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warmer; high near 88. Friday_Some 
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HOUSE VOTES $3.4 BILLION AID 


Robertson ~ 7 wis EN " Navy,AF (Dulles Sees | 207" Sho « Bird Party Lines 


JOHANNESBURG, 


Seeks Delay — 4AF | Deny Hops Russians soutn tree, July it Cyossed As 


mother and 
- «0 "s old son were killed nere 
On Airport | MM Into Russia Free by 66 | 33." Boost PI 
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a dus Cronje's gun broke an , 
11.000-volt power line on 


\] Burke . Bs Statements Assert Secretary Savs which the bird was sitti#e Are lonored 
al . N . > > Pe ihe line fell to the ground 4 = 
| a o American Planes People Will Be and ignited some dry grass 


, "Sete . J ; ms tT . = F . Mrs. ©. Jd. Cronje was — : , 
Fairfax Citizens > Me : Violated Territory Lnable to Resist 5 A A la fe Administration Pins 


> ates > | . = . » : : . . : Tan threw a bucket of water on 
Petition to Prevent Riis . | Despite Charges Rebellion Trend in a” doe alk tiie Hope on Senate; 


killed when he panicked 
and te the fallen 


Building of Any | Nixon, Dulles Cite 
lerminal in County | . ; P ae ys eee Be Yoeie Bid wire . et Bn 
. £, rhe Air Force and Navy 2 ) Danger in Cut 
Pt ha na : be 
Ry Frank R. Kent Jt a flatly denied yesterday a  «. retary 6{ State John By Neil Ma Neil 
Po " ‘ L< > ‘ : . . 
T Reporter 2 | , , Russian charge that Ameri- , mr. : | 
| : oF S Foster Dulles predicted yes- 


to postpone act mot 3f1 oh Oki eee can military planes flew % | . | il 1j y The House h inded Presi- 
-. a nee . lerday that within 10 years + up DULL i¢ ine fn Paes ee 
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the Senate Appr )pria- a Ss, . over eight Soviet cities on th “ , dent Eisenhower another 
. the Russian people will 


is Committee on Presi Ye four flights last wee! | et ; foreign policy defeat yester- 
nt E = % | . : break the shackles of Com Stimu us ! SF pour’ ' Stet 
A Fisenhowel equest ‘ ¥ % The det -_ ry Ls ‘ 284 to 120 


iaiss carne al : dav hs voling to 

47 ‘ en munist tvrannyvy and emerece S 

po tl msg deg caer , USSR note of protes as fol ss 2 “are nati : na emerge “~ | k | restrict foreign aid spend- 
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siruction on the proposed warded from the State Depart . " i¢ eth aC ¢ ( ing to $3.4 billion in the next 
rT *T ’ BR " . \ . | ment iv the Pentagon and Ne Dulles ire lared in a e he 

forecast yesterda digi x D " fully worded statement at 3s 12 months. 

, ! iense ‘partment officials : 

Fal as ten = | : * news conference that the trend Senate Acts (On a voice vote. the Hotise 


ted looking it © matter. toward rebellion against what Amid C1 defeated a move to kill the 
Larlie Pec! al State fe called grievous capuvity rit ‘ large. A hole Dill 

\ ‘x c f . W } DD i] > {/ >; T 2 lohn Foster Dulles told news. Wl! prove irresistible Tt Was Misled rhen, on the final ro call, 
iLoO?Rr! oniers if i uiies . ler / ip men he know nothing of the ihe Secretary denied Com 160 Democrats and 124 Repub- 
Russian charge that American ™U"'t charges that the United Associated Press licans voted for passage. Sev- 

, , , ' = States ha ctly sought | _ : ct pul . 
Vice President Richard Nixon and Secre Airport following Nixon's return yesterday planes had made three “gross ;,.. = direc ought ‘© The Senate, amid charges that my Republicans and 50 Dem- 
tary of State John Foster Dulles converse from his round-the-werld tour. (Stery on ocrats voled “no 


joment uprisings behind thy had , lead 
violations of Soviet air space Iron Curtain. « . : rae ovrmeone na tried oO “misiea 
in an autemeobile as they leave National Page 7.) mm, such as the Poi rt 


ne sum was $1.5 billion lees 
» J) ° , o We he an riot its members last night side 
on July 4, 5 and le said he mn 0 . . than the $4.9 billion originally 


was referring the Red note to lle declared the United Staies tracked a bill designed to stimu- | requested by the President. It 


. : . ‘ fense Departmen! must encourage seekers « ree- lat g of . > was a full half lion under tl! 
"Bl: ‘kh af Smear Tactics Hit he Defense Departme r? Ss ‘ree-\late the building of ne type ; rv | half-billion unde! tne 
<it is 


\ Pentagon spokesman late! dom behind the Iron Curtain merchant ships for the United $4 billion he told Republican 


by demonstrating through its : > leaders Tuesday was the mini 
, Slates coastal trad 
. ° ° y ‘ int Ag own conduct and example the mum for which he would settle 
| tj ry 7 ' f a 1o : 5 “sy : ’ vs) " »?* Se " . w« : ’ 
Re ort ( A ed Medict ne [ seq on Ike retary for Intern tiona a5 rewards of a free society en. John J. Willams (Rf The money bill now goes to 
; , /vwL Gordon Gray would “determine Dulles’ freedom-by-1966 pre Del who had voiced the the Senate where the Adminis 
j <° ; . | | the facts and rt por hme ha to di tion was the first time he chal ge told reporters later this tration aitfis Lo make its major 
- .s , , . _ Tors, Ras , ; : ' 
. re : , Ol { I c SS 2 State as Suggested a time table meant the bill is dead for this fight LO gel as close as possible 
, j P firs TW ai earing vo Lnited Stali ‘ Force for compietion of the changes vear ’ to the SM billion ceiling autho 
Ler aca " ate vue Ps ; netelin , . } 
: , which he said are already rized by -Congress previously 
approp ul Ke W alte r Lommitiece © | — ue hd = pence Blam agi reflected in the Kremlin’s new Williams the senate in separate legislation 
this se BIOn > . A . Presse a , , “ce | i¢ e : » : » >» of at 'T’>} . : 
rhe Eisenhower request wee Hears “Clearance Weisbaden, Germany, declar POllies toward the Russian had been given to understand) The House action was 
peopie and the outside world. the Eisenhower Administration marked by charges that Mr 


i. ies Metete aamenitted th ‘ A hearing on the nomination of Wesley A. D’Ewart to be j,,, 
eause the supplemental! appro Board” Denial Assistant Secretary of Interior turned yesterday into a ony, sircrar assigned to the ne — a to favored the bill, but that in wasn emne a ena im Fay 
ules Statement Dy evelop- , : el: 


riation | vady had bee hot argument over “smear” campaign methods and the - : State rati is , 
pr _ a | orbs af witnesses before A 6 President Eiseni ~ th dic “ command of the United States ments in Moscow, including fact Administration officials 5. sn. public. There also were 
po d by 1 commi “ ireaiment oi resiaen Mennower with dicumarol, aaAw Force in Europe violated Soviet Premier Nikolai Bul opposed certain provisions on warnings that the aid cuts mav 


sat , ce Un-American Activi , 
tre i ate : » could = % a blood anticoaguian' ° Soviet or satellite territory 
amend | itl de the ties mmittee yesterday ‘The issue of the President's \ir Force headquarters here 


riations Committers stated Assistant Detense Sec 
priavion OomMmimitlee 


ganin’s assertion to the Russian the ground = the) contained mean that “large numbers” of 
Parliament that East-West “hidden subsidies lor ship American troops will have to 


reque 7 ' Live v : rime Ti f.con treatmen deveioped wh Ser) ’ a aiso made a flat denial! \ ; 
» 4 , ner 4 ' , ae : » . " tension has ease ’ lat : ;, ce sen’ overseas 
he to offs slice et oard” for R chara veut erger (D-Ore.) dis lke lo ( ontet spokesman said . sed ane tam @ operators \ , Ric] im 
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th» , ; ‘ : , e vast farce 7yone as pee n . } residen?' cn 
e no ; ' ' , ‘ closed he ad written forme! We do not have the Soviet P h eer Sen ndo} B lohnson sides Richa 
ry enter established ; Nixon, returning from an Asian 


Ss bo | he Wu : | if : : ' © ™ ' : surgeon (,eneral leonard \ % « protest st) ‘ annot comme! | on . : ; lex TT) ri ’ leade! | pur said c its 7 | eit | ~ . 
measure toda ‘ mi ee ry viac ar Scheele conce rning (he afety it } a on : officially at this time liow Du les warned ths the Soviet , . Z | in ites ‘ tates 
s ‘ J : : s at Patt . 


. ms Ne ns ent . our | . : — tne Gere ine | aia a c could be disastrous 
Ren. Dani ry.t v auion ¢ of the use of dicumaro ever, unofficially, the Air Force, "¢W ‘00K leaves no room fo1 - me ¢ " th py * 
some oO © areas he Visite: 


mber of | House mi lie said he had rece! . Pp PI; . can say that no USAF planes complacency in the West. He announced “ ut mot be Ul Secretar: tat 
priations ayy ye , we n » ‘a! anewer from the forme ic 0 ans have been fiving over Soviet said the free peoples still must purpose of the lteadersni ah s ties aye oe 
‘ vid ir Du ft ‘© Health se ie chief which in territory. as the Soviet note is P®@) “a heavy price to protect program tnis oO agail ' — a mY  rogge 
themselves.’ Pees = vals eget epce the $15 billion slash 
Cabinet member 4 year until these discrepancies would undermine seriously the 
ri , are cleared up. and unt . Gefense programs of United 
states allies including uch 


dicate: ie medicine is igi ‘atl su se lg 
—_ A the licine | highly By Edward T. Folliat upposed to claim rhe 
conirover;rsial . on \ Navy spokesman said “the rae 
Neuberger placed ti letter purported American planes “pon the Kremlin 
: , ‘ ? : >, >» * -. Tt ——- : — . : ; : 
| which. in quoting medical au GETTYSBURG, July 11 claimed to have flown over &!ve assurance that leared FE : 
Robertson «; e often the same thorities ran for 10 pages, into Having reaffirmed his decision Russia July 4. 5 and 9 were @0ne in Stalin's name noth sides ae as Sager Korea 
: ‘ ; ’ Tv F , ; ; . : " ' . : " e : " ’ ‘ rhe ic : Cc > if — 
that another pi | we ~m0n the record of the Senate In- to stand for reelection, Presi-| not United States Navy planes.”}¥ndone, and that such policies eeeen. , — aid a dra 
ams hew hi np" ati ’ 4 will + eo Williams contended ti in tic cut without a cushion 
propriations wa ; ; lerior Commitlee dent Fisenhower will confer Moscow Radio, meanwhile, ¥! Hot ecul he , 
: " . 9 . : san ; F " ‘ . : . , . . 
making in the lous mimit = . ; Dr. Scheele said in one part _ broadcast the text of the Soviet Apparently worried by formation Sen. Samuel J. Ervin Would a rude shock and a 
tee He «aid he «: no re n > wor f the letter that ts (dicu here Thursday with Republican note on alleged violations of its Ne®ru's continuing criticism Jt (D-N.C.), the measure’s 5€Tious thing 
why the tiou .f re} ' ween ‘ weows marol) use and duration of National Chairman Leonard W air space. It claimed “a twin-en Dulles emphasized that Indian floor manage! had given the \ sweeping § udy of the en- 
: 1 af , : Va ae ; '« . wr — oe le " = om Pons " ° . , - ,ict if » oT : T 
duct hearwmes and inciude t : , ‘\ treatment are matters to be de--Hall about convention plans gined medium bomber of the American relations are fun-|Senate about the Administra. “re 4 : hg eg! meanv le, 
| . rows _<\termined by the physician in trateg United States Air Force from damentally good” despite what tion's position on it was “not W45 voted by the Senate. It ap 
~\ | ¥. . hes " . " ™ ” 
individua’ pa the American zone of Ger- he called a “great deal of sur-| rue proved by voice vote a $300,000 
many” flew over East Germany face agitation,” the Associated Ervin said he hadn't tried “to ‘®quiry Dy a special committes 
: . . ; Ana » 7" . 4 . . . Se Dae . — ‘OT if , 7. | sie 
nrobab " ; . ave announce d but the } reside mt is and Poland and intruded into Pres« fur ther rep irted a ceive . 1S ad anvone mehation ed \) Une full forgign 
: 9 = ™ " " ° " ans . ¥ “ . ae ry ¢ : 14 . ’ . ve) " eserys . 
for hearing 7 Ps : ; lio ru , ‘ <i . . exper ted to fly to San Francisco Russia neal Grodno at 9 35 There are of cou! co * , adding had her ) in in aLiOfT 5 teed _ os Pnio};r 
Valt DP; tern , ‘ a ne ami : . fere »< for : ns the att the Vemocrats am epubdiicans on 
week and is a . =e when properly adminis- and make a speech in the Cow a. m said, “differences in our vi - rmed - , the Appropriation d 
"ork or LOD , , “*. \ yy ’ red undae controlled con Pa! ' , ins The note « harged that the about a good many interna. \ omme * t ommittee tral l¢ POTVUDT Talons an Armed 
july Zi ' , \ n mn revers ons to property selected pa ae eS So bomber remained over Russia tional affairs . but | hawe there were no opjections to the pervices Committees The 
linuse or : ; ' ' ; m i Writ tients b or under direction of lion for a second term for one hour and 32 minutes constantly emphasize ad ve do ill irom any, Covernment = up i slated to report to the 
group out A a physician trained in its use.” That is one of the matters penetrating up to 320 kilome- not hold that against India } agencies senate Jan. 3! 
il accom Williams said two provisions Most of the cut in the appro 


and campaign 
it has never been officially 


and the va ; ree y i sl he GI Ste neras rhe letter said everal dis ief Fxecutive may want ters (over 200 miles). following Dulles said he w ' _ 
conduct earit funsel to ai Brith  advant: an attend use of the | a eat i. There route from Minsk to Vilnius pany President Eisenhower to '" the bu! would permit the priation bul ~$1.3 billion—was 

Sen am uf Pag ; medicin and careful planning - og ug ; o Kaunas to Kaliningrad Panama City for the Inter. Government to buy DacK irom) '" miiitary aid to Lnited 
Wash : 7 . | Walt afte hour ¢ of the dosages is necessary are others such as r example, It also claimed a similar type American Presidents confer. the Waterman Steamship Co States friends and allies. 
Interstate a! | | | Z The persistence of the drug the question of who is to make UsaF plane from West Ger- ence, July 21-22 of Mobile, Ala, 20 vessels al \s passed by the House, the 
mecenarhe | list did for several days after its with-'the speech putting the soldier- .,,, penetrated Russia al $1.600.000 each. He said the bil! carries $1.7 billion in mili- 
iio meee @ the Co » inde ~wihe enit Walter's drawal may be a disadvantage, statesman in nomination, 8.54 a. m. the following day company had bought these tary aid to 36 countries, com 
deme y | Oe teal Rosner : ed Geant te Seanhe eke The talk here Tuesday, when near Brest flying to Pinsk Tadar %. I, d =m ships from the Government 12 pared with the $3 billion asked 
Burke va OU A el . one Ewart nomi! on al- Republican leaders of Congress| Raranovichi, Kaurus and Ka . a@ex lo 15 years ago at an average Sy Mr. Eisenhower 
eimne ; me > ng , , ountered: most was lost sight of mn the were in tows. was that Presi- liningrad, “penetrating up to \ : , price of $800,000 to $900,000 i provides for $1.7 billion 
or : +4""S " oan probably avai war of Committee words. The dent Fisenhower wants Rep 150 kilometers” and remaining Pe; ’ > The bill in question, a nong CCONOMINA aid to 4 crountrie 
1 am going to st , : to lle ary s outbreaks started wilh ques (Charies A, Halleck (R-Ind.) to over Russia one hou! ana 20 ‘ , ' ‘ othe! inings would have al in all 4 countries would get 
be saserte: oe Commu tions about D’Ewart’s knowl make the nominating spee< h minutes : IPE | ’ lowed the Commerc Depart aid under the bill with 28 get 

Che Fairfax pet , _ rmed “dreadful see D’EWART. Page 11, Col. 2 The President is known to De Russia also charged another nice , ' | T | ment to charter surplus tank-| Ung both military and economic 
nrolect wou he we dadeniai of ploy ni a strong admirer of Halleck and LSAF twin engined bomber “'¥o>* , seetetes ers lo private companies charg aid : 
ta development of ree & te: non ¢@ in the ’ . - of his ability as an orator “penetrated Soviet territory to , ing them $150,000 a year pei liouse GOP leaders repeated 
ef the county a! slta would me} thes fi. fiwiy Stee] Negotiation Then there is the question of a considerable depth” on July Dixor ' o ship i) scolded their colleagues for 
he » source of annova pportunits : rg Mr. Eisenhower's own part in 5, and that on July 9 “new vio-| Editoria hopper’s Pg. « A hotly disputed provision ‘ailing to back the President in 
netilion “as< re ’ . u ne ni *Tfamation To Resume’ loday the campaign, W hen he is to lations of >oviet air space Dv ( lod ale would have permitted ine com. O15 repeated ane soem pleas 
Frnest W. Reis: id rue ive made it clear start and just how much he is American aircraft were record ry ors 53 | panies to trade in two dry car-|'0 restore at least part of pre 
a committee opp o 1 ait rganization’s main con Sen. GOP Leader Wil- ed Financial .26-26 55 go vessels, by selling them to Vious cuts in the aid program 
nant Tne : é | abilitation.”| Stee} iio eliebel ¢ liam F. Knowland (Cal.), in an [The Red note charged the Gor A 55 the Government, to raise part | But neither the Republican 
action vesterday iney a > Si id recall help agreed ne i) mnion Mouncing here Tuesday that flights were “for reconnaissance vormen $ 39 of the cost of building the new ‘aders nor anyone -— woe 
reade are Of ard , pl ts a foes blacklisted |eaders in Pittsburgh today in the President was “in the purposes,” declaring they con-| Horoscor | Weather 20 dry cargo-tankers See AID, Page 11, Col. 3 
the airpo! ent ent artists Dy seek an efor ta end the ii-dav-old race to stay,” quoted him as stituted ‘deliberate action by ?, 

Meanwhi aT See BLACKLIST Pre. 12. Col. 1 steel strike See IKE, Page 2, Col. I certain United States ele 


shall Butler (R-M ° IPE NS. ie ee ments calculated to aggravate Papers Speculate on His Dow nfall 


would take ecretal UsS-( SSR relations at a time 
of e Week i\wnen international tension 


New Bill Locked in Conference easing and Gen Nathan 


mee iztina has been visting Rue /(uests al Reception Deny Khrushchey 


25 Drug Addicts Left Fre am — 
» Drug Addicts Left Free to Roat "Resor? Weather |Insulted West in Drunken Moments 


By Death of District Commitment RBEW ety PRT itecoon, ny so septamsons wl oe em ees 


Hight 7800 84 || nent guests at a recent Soviet June 24 is this the end of Khrush 

Th 4 Foir Pei Cheonx : - a r . , . . , > , “as 2 . Se ry - : ’ > » dae > , ’ ; 

first withdrawal ing to get conferees together High 78-84 of w bmcatang reception for visiting Western Lt. Gen. Tage Anders = a ane Se — a 
So far the rush toward ad Fri; Chenes airmen denied today that Rus-|in the Danish capital that he Was Mr. K rude at that 


' . from the dru according to - . = rr dee , . arty? , nif 
Ze) i: ed 4 - g & iournment has blocked a meet- oo Howes, 4 sian leaders were anything saw nothing out of the ordinary party asked the Daily Ex 


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yfive known drug United States Attorney Olive: ine : . NS ses3 more than cordial despite per-\at the party poces 
are wandering Washing- Gasch The Senate and House dis | oS sistent reports that Soviet Com-| “I saw no intoxicated or But Daily Mail Reporter 
ton’s streets He said yesterday he would agreed on two items in the Dill : i munist Party chief Nikita noisy person he said. And he Walter Farr said he learned 
PHONE TODA / ’ » gre at large. officials await disposition of the Dis- The Senate version allowed " — Khrushchev was drunk and in- derided the reports to the con- trom an authority in a@ posi 
i i a aie : . ; : eit : : , 7 . - 9 + “ . ’ ; “e« Te ti 
o sy. because Congressional au- trict’s bill before proceeding Federal agents to inspect local a sulting , trary as “pure fabrication on to know the full facts’ tha 
cme as Gece an tines al the cases of the 25, referred druggists’ records, contrary to |4 -. The reports that Khrushchev Twining's office in Washing the party chief Is planning a 
y to send them to the Fed- , him by Det. Sgt. Joseph the House-passed bill , insulted Western nations in ton issued a statement by the “long holiday Farr said the 
weekend want ads eral Narcotics Hospital at Lex- Gabrys. head of the Metropoli- Referrals to Lexington could , general and United States Air Air Force chief that “an air of party chief now must be ai 
‘“ * ak on ington,“ Ky expired June 30. tan Police narcotics squad be made for two more years, Force Chief of Staff Gen. cordiality prevailed at the garded as a drunk who iS pray 

" © vig few powers to commit ad Whether police will be able under the House bill. The Sen- || we tase 4 Nathan Twining and British reception | ing into his enemies hands. 
atwaday & Sunda iet« to Leximgton are con- to find the addicts later pre- ate called for an indefinite ex- | Air Minister Sir Nigel Birch in’ But two Senators said Twin rhe enemies were identified 
Clacsit ‘ 4 in a proposed fareoties sents # -preblem.Under present tension | particular raised speculation in ing told them that at one point as former Foreign Minister 
| toh law for the District. law, police release addicts after The proposed District law the British press today that the in the shindig Premier Nikolai V. M. Molotov, former Premier 
of The ecked in Senate-House confer- giving their names to Gasch. If would aid treatment of addicts, fy portly party boss might be on A. Bulganin went up to Khrush- George M. Malenkov and First 
Washington Post ence the drug users don't answer a contro! the sale of “thrill” pills 4 his way to political oblivion chev and told him, “Be quiet Deputy Premier Lazar Kagano- 
Until conferees clear the bill. subpena. police wil) have to and make night searches easier. || of showers But both Twining, through you are talking too much vitch, a brother-in-law of Stalin. 
the addicts’ only hope for treat- search the city for them, ac An addict discovered by po- || ‘ his office in Washington. and) The London newspapers -— All were Stalinists. It was 
ment at overcrowded D. C. cording to Gabdrys lice, under the new bill, could } ; > uk wes ther 8 the chief of the Danish air except for the Communist Khrushchev who launched the 
RE. 7-\ 234 General Hospital. But facilities District Committee aides on be held until his court erdered L force in Copenhagen denied Daily Worker~-speculated that campaign to debunk the late 

there allow only 10 days care Capitol Hill said they were try- removal to the hespital. — iatbiraree Potond Teme tenis ae that there was anything but a Khrushchev may be drinking Premier. 


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— WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


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Democrats Challenge President aie? hy 75 ory 
To Make 84th Congress Issue Sta on AUTO 
> —. bb. i0 "2s ee SS . °° bes acne ae = | red EF AIRS 


lenged President Eisenhower 
yesterday to raise Congres” 
handling of his iegisiative pro . NO ONE BEATS OUR PRICES 
gram aS @n issue in the coming | OR OUR WORKMANSHIP 


campaign 
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey Front End 


(D-Minn.) said the Democrats | Overhauled 
are well armed with facts Enjoy Washington Weather 


about a lack of Republican sup 95 
port in Congress for foreign aeeeeieens AIR CONDITION 19. 
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which Eisenhower report . . “ne ) 

edly pledged yester fay to stress Shriner Is Ready to Shine | Your Automobile 
in the campaign . 

Before Kise ‘hower starts 62. of Deadwoed. & $ rus 
toute to Gametman aliiiieen eit Gerald Crarr. = ' P.. impertal Potentate ment athation AUTOMATIC 
his leap year liberalism. I sug elect of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nebles of the | Trans- 
gest that — convincing Myetic Shrine. has bic tie adjested by dauchter Margaret | Me Money Down—2 Years to Pay . 3 
about 225 Republicans in Cor Ane with supervision by Gev. Jee Foss of South Dakota. One-Day Service eueSsrOn 
‘gress who don't go along with Crary was preparing te attend «2 ceremony af the Shrine | Free Demonstration REPAIRS 


him.” Humphrey said cenvention im Detreit Be eas installed vesterday. $34 95 


“it might be better for him 
'O Campaign a little for the .. Washington for a farewell ' ; ty’s executive commit 
farmers and small businessmen dinner for Sen. and Mrs. Walter 
for the old age nsioners and! ec «sj poe em he 

pe Fr. George (D4.a.) spemsored Oy =" 


the children in des rate need the Democratic Senatorial ( am rive te get & aime of REBUILT 
of school rooms —_ States Rights Party candidates 


Daren -omm Tt 
Sen. John . Sparkmar p-7* +4 Oo Oe f Waeshiestes fer presidential electors on the MOTORS 
: ee . . Al; the 1952 D ' 2 ws y tom = Non ° 
Four Washington teen-agers received a Bohar. 16: Betsy Blair, 18: George Andrews, a ; 32 Democratic vice | | . tres 6 general election ballot 


nre<c omit ; Lomi i< Rou ide: (ow _ acares . : ; 
Congressional sendoff here yesterday when 18, and Jean Leckwood, 17. They are part re . a 2, ae = the Colorade State Democrats whe Senn Giadies — NO DOWN PAYMENT $99.00 
they left on the 4th leg of their cross- of a Ti-section team which will present a how Republicans helped battle Convention July Chandler said his group is Easy Credit on Any item if Desired 
country bicycle relay from Portland, Me.., scroll te President Eisenhower at the Ke ip a Senate-passed housing ‘ new —not « revival of the State« WITH EXCHANGE 
to San Francisco. Left to right, Jimmy publican National Convention. bill in the House New States Rights Rigs Demecrats which en- 
' Sparkman and Humphres Partw Is Organized tered slates of electors im ai 
both said the “part-time Presi : number ef states in the 1948 
Te re dent” issue will be injected inte SHREVEPORT. La. Jely 1! general election (/ 
N ixon Return : Rea dy to Run W ith Ike the campaign atesniaiieinel r._:-ormation of a new inde The mew party. Chandler said,| “4 CLUTCHES 
+ Z 5 News Service reported pendent political party The i mot support candidates in 
* Sparkman said thic ic in. States Right« Party of Lour? the Republican or Democratic! 
eviladbie herawee thats what ana “ae annewerred tocay & ms as lene as they hack 


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Amid Criticism of Remarks in Senate wit Sine Sout Ser! “Ties. “Steve. the Se rghen bal 20 pe 


per 
Harriman Tells Plans 
. atec Prose policy of Mr. Nixon and Mr Nixon said that during h 
Vice President Richard M. sGeeretry of State John Foster) visit to the Philippines, For 


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x . f) a . irnm i . % wing ’ - Soi : ' ly : ~~ , 
ESO EICu back fre ! "Dulles in regard to India will mosa, Vietnam, Thailand, Pak- NEW YORK, July 11 #—Ge Smith l roves New k ffort 
the-world tour vesterday with a - Avere!) Harriman «avs if elected & —_- . 4 


not serve to drive India and the istan and Turkey he found 
reaffirmation of his intention 


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bare minutes after Sen. Estes pakistan Nixon said he had ers wanted to know “what my His views were given in an Sen HW Alexander Smith (R- Aee 1. The Senate leader has 
Kefauver (D-Tenn a Demo Nehru in mind when he said plans will be He then said Sets to a series of questions ; rankine Republican on *tt ®° speci fie adjournment tar 
cratic presidential aspirant, had earlier that acceptance of Com- that in April he had indicated, § m »P. L. Prattis, executive Senate Labor and P , oer Republican leaders told 
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for getting into a row with ID- ous and “inconsistent with free- the ecision of Preeident *'. @ egTo newspaper he are Uo ¢ ur r tt; » earlier thic week that 
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Nehru in the course of the trip. acted sharply Since the President has indi by Harriman for President 
Kefauver told the Senate “!! In an arrival statement, Nix- cated his decision to stand for “¢@¢ auarters 
fxs an incredible fact” that Nixon on had no comment on that reelection, “I can say the an The New York Governor. cam 
got into a feud with Nehru, and matter but stuck to a report of nouncement I made in April P®'s™'ng activity for the Demo 
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with what he called “growing overseas, plus politics Senate Republican Leader ™4es his frst personal bid far 
anti-Indian policies” in the Noting what he termed Pres- William F. Knowland (Calif Southern support when he 
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critical of the withdrawal of stand for reelection.” Nixon senhower's second term deci. %. ‘ 
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registrar of deeds. Attorney 
John § Bottom))\ who now 
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Mrs. Helen D. Grozier, who has ; sl 
an interest in the paper wught ' : 
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financier John Fox from selling : " 
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paper Her attorney. Chester Neither Fox nor Bottonitls ‘Tred a cat . g n ocTtiinated 
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Vet's Disability Checks = "== 


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nvestigation of the 

: ipén if Peter Weinberger 
ymcdf its ful) resources have been 
made avaiiabdie with view to 
effect ng soiution of the case 
in a2 SBreekivn candy store 
‘today a 34-vear-ocld woman was 
irrested Nassau County po 
ice said they intercepted he 
call te the Weinberger home 
They told New York police 
he woman said she knew the 
man whe kidnaped the baby 
ma that he could be found in 
Stamford. Con: Stamford po 
© were not even alerted. so 
need were iocal autho 

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woman identified herself 

ts (;insberg of Brook 

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lation” in deciding that a World 
War It veteran. who obtained . rurnrns ]0) pare 


been receiving Veterans Admin- —neee 


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istration checks for 35 years 
never was in the Army . ' 
The criticism came from Rep heck 7 _ — elie and acding 
Alvin FE. O Konski (R-Wis.) afte | —— , pats mil T r cot) tmily newspaper 
he Rad listened to the plight of tls per —_ offec : itt yor ine 
Michae! Sobolewski, 56, down two expensive watrcte cuNr ‘wspapers 
to his last $7 because he has re sapphire cme ani « 
been cut off from compensa | 
tion checks which were } 
source of income ; erree 
Sobolewski also fac t imeome 
sibslity that is citi s . " ut con 
tificate. issued in — 
real | Pension | | : 
Sobolewski, wilk al ~ hs "thn _ - Wa: Derwutt 
824 Bth st. nw s a Polish na . Noeuportt ie ant Fora , , 
tive who came to this country . Hatheid. According persiar? 
at the age of 12. Iie says he en 
listed in the “Polish-American 


records ere tae vasnw? rer ris 
mck «Ts | hay atit wie @ _ - tien 
‘ .-VPAT SeTIte nics rrvwnee Lit ‘mt TULMSs could 
Army” which was recruited in ng ite a Pos Tiere a! toc ge 4g tj 
Reechester. N. Y.. at the out - wh, Ga..4 Lao-fin ern His an quand ome 
break of World War ! ? for armet ° win 

Me served on the front lit r . Kat and ' veri <Prri be ler : 
im France until his righ ; arired | ” at thee 
was broken by a German , : a © ae : — — OR MITTS Tae rime rnt 
grenade and he was capture + ae as an amMmesia pater . . 

After the Armistice. liberat ser tiospitva! (new 


) him te : von 
ing forces took him to an A HAEL SOBOLEWSA! va arta 


field hospital and later he was ' 
: on #ems 
at servi enit .. the checks were stepped nd held unter 
returned to a service bDospita! a om 
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He was ho orably disc! q 


wing * agi? 
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frem the United States A! ; . its : mwnoed and 
and in 1921 began drawing dis A d () “(| ed hii Ballot mer . navor $ 
ability checks. of $63 monthly. ~ | ¢ J | eT rie 


Three vears later, Sobolewsk ® Dever ted re 


became a citizen as a result of ° ° ' " 7” m . City Hall 
honorable service in the mull In Illinois Check Scandal 


tary 


Hie compensation checks 
$16] monthly, kept coming un- af them we 


"> . 7 ‘ ne 7 ; 
til June, when he received a ae a guestiouabéer n JOVERNMENT 
letter from FE. E. Johnson, di- today toid a top running nm ch - 
nine RELATIONS 
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rector of the compensation and jin his campaign | 
petision service of the Veterans ,., set off the Republi alles : ou " ane “ = 
Administration a | 
“When vou were released you 
were apparently mistaken as a 
United States soldier and : | 
seqguentiy discharged as alleget = 
through a misunderstanding demand mever got an\ mom 
Ln Le! oO Dials Auditor paper sar 


vour true status “ec 7 : oy 
, Orville E. Hodge. whose afiice ne charges Miche 


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Ss In Rape of Girl, 15 


German Shift 
To East Asked 


MUNICH, Germany. July 11! ® Abolition of the conscrip- 
#—The Socialist Party today tion law just passed by the 
demanded that west Germany Iundestag. 
loosen its military ties with the| © Reduction of Big Four 
West and strengthen diplomatic forces in Germany and a limit 
relations with the East to endion the national forces of the 
the deadlock over reunification. two parts of Germany 
| The annual convention of} * Revision of the Paris 
‘West Germany's major opposi- treaties making West Germany 
tien party approved a series of'a member of NATO to ease the 
resolutions calling for complete way to Russian acceptance of 
reshaping of the foreign and/ reunification. 
nilitary policies of the pro- °® Promotion of closer diplo 
Western Government of Chan- matic and trade relations with 
cellor Konrad Adenauer. Russia, the satellite states and 

Led by Chairman Erich Ollen-' Red China 
hauver, the resolution charged| °® Widening of day-today con- 
that Adenauer's belief that the tacts with East Germany. with- 
cold war was still on had led out recognition of its Commu- 
Germany into a blind alley: nist regime. 
| In his keynote speech, Oilen- 
haver said chances of a settie- 


a collision with an Italian 
cargo ship. The entire crew 
of the Estoril was picked up | 
up by the cargo ship, the | 
Dea Marrella, after the ac 
cident in heavy fog. | 


iment with Russia were never 


on with rearmament despite 


ling support of the convention 


HEIDELBERG. Germany. 
July 11 Ww. — United States 
Army officers are being be- 
sieged by letters demanding 
that they leave Germany or 
face the wrath of an organiza- 
tion calling itself the “Fight- 
ing Association for an inde- 
pendent Germany.” 

BAMBERG. West Germany This was disclosed today by 
July 1i—Seven American sol-, spokesman for the United 
diers are in military custody|Sitstes Army European head- 
here suspected of a criminal quarters The letters are al 
assault on a lS-yearold Ger- moct dead ringers for the stuff 
iman girl, a spokesman for the the (Chinese Communists cent 
|\United States 10th Infantry Di- around during the Korean 


‘general election 
7 GIs Arrested 


Revers 


= | visio@ said today War.” he said 


The spokesman said the in-| There was speculation the 


Ss cident occurred shortly before letters may be the work of a 


midnight on July 9 when the neoNazi organization 
girl was walking home in the| The letters bore the post 
‘company of a 2Z3-yearold male marks Munich and Stuttgart 


lbetter. But, he added, the B F loc f I 
S pemmte coe petinered ‘e — 0 ftters Warns ) 
= 4 = \isigns of improvement in the ) 
bs : : ; 
Ba | wrestonal «i'w ation. Yanks to Leave Germany 
wal - J 


Each of the letters bore the 
admonition: 
| “Fhe patience of the Ger 
man nation... is at its end 
Go home now. before it is too 
late. Our call will be followed 
by deeds. We are resolwed to 
juse whatever means possible 
lin our holy struggle.” 

Top-tranking officers — gener- 
als and colonels—treceived the 
‘letters, as did some with lesser 
rank 

It was recalled that the “go 
home” phrase was similar to 
the Communist slogan broad 
cast in West Germany when 
its remilitarization drive start 
ed several years ago 


Recently it was reported) 


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Scviet Parliament cheer to! yananese Parl ef end Sirens screamed, practice 
day a promise by Premier Nik-| **™* * Ae ament for an bombs exploded and sulphur 
olai A. Bulganin that the use ‘ot | nuclear weapon tests. smoke blanketed several areas. 
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women already had peen great-jand be incdrporated in the} | iwith six persons killed—since | better than another brand 
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an # Minutes of prepare Bulganin also discussed ; tn pane @ hse a ws * 2 
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RERN, July 11 w#—Federal,reported threats after question- 
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on the French Embassy and ajigerians entering the country. 
consulates in Switzerland but | 


released them when they found ing .orial to Henor 


no evidence to support the sus. 
U. S. Dead in Britain 


picion. 
vas working in 
on eens . CAMBRIDGE, England, Ju 
w—A United States memo- 


Switzerland, the other two were} 
hand are a danger to the peace | eon fle tet ial chapel commenorating 
of the world generally, and on! e| American World War Il dead 

the Western-sponsored Baghdad the other constitute a continu-| ~~ & a, a be amen police iniiented 2 Britain “will be dedicated 

Pact is a defensive alliance | Monday. The cere- 

his country joined because of un-|mony is the first of six such 


ation of colonial policy for) here next 
| an effort afoot) 
countries of the Middle Fast.” there might be an : 
" to attack the Embassy an 
past experience and the gen As Premier Bulganin, Com-! programs to be held this month 
4 ) disclosed informatien appeared 
al international situation munist Party chief Nikita te confirm this threat lat United States military ceme- 
The pron A of the Soviet Khrushchev and Foreign Min However, a thorough search |teries in Western Europe 
Union's southern Asian neigh- ister Dmitri Shepilov looked of the rooms of the three Alge-| The American Baltle Monu 
por ro replying ; . — on, the Shah Tange that “ rians failed to turn up any, ments Commission erected the 
veil criticism y Soviet government “has never joine lal t 3811 
. ' oa os ‘weapons of any kind or infor Cambridge memorial to 
“ “he ?-— = —— | apets plays wan Bs ale | be held, police Officials said.) and airmen dead and 5125 mis: 
The Shah and Queen Soraya | tionate rats which won first | -.:onal official said police did) ing in action if and around 


Soviet Union and never will.” 
e here ) state visit ; 
“ Npo we pf yee "ta | prize in a pet contest. not take a serious view of the’ Britain. 
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SEOUL, South Korea, July 11) 
The last United States Marine 
unit withdrew from South Ko 
rea today with the turning over’ 
of Pohang Air Base on the east! 
‘coast to the South Korean gov- 
ernment 
| The ist Marine Aircraft 
Wing, which fought during the 
Korean war from the Pohang! 
base, was moved to Japan g 

Lnited States forces remain-| 

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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HER ALD 
6 Thuredev. puty ig, 1954 


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Nasser Leaves for Tito-Nehru Conference 


ito 10 per cent on the income visiting. monarch, Voroshiloy 
‘tax for 1956 said the Soviet Union “wants 
*An “exceptional profits” to see Iran strong, independent 
tax on business firms plus a 294 prosperous, but we wish 
levy of half of 1 per cent on that the territory of Iran will 
their net capital and reserves Never be used to threaten our 
in 1957 southern borders 
“That is why.” Voroshilov 
Shah Defends Pact went on, “we openly declare} ' 
we are against any aggressive 
MOSCOW, July 11 W—~The 
Shah of Iran in effect told his 


groupings which on the one 
Kremlin hosts last night that 


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grade. about Arab-Israeli mat 
ters and the Middle East situa- 
Lion 

The United Nations Secre 
tary-General is due to fly to 
Geneva Thursday. He goes to 
Reirut next week for more 
talks with Middle East leaders 


{INS), Western interpretation of the 
Brioni conference being a “neu 
tralist” conclave which might 
produce a “third force’ be 
tween East and West 

Nehru already has rejected 
the broad use of the term “neu 
tral.” and today the newspaper 
Folitika supported him. declar 
ing the word ‘newtralism” has 
become obsolete because of the 
ft flow of ational 
events 

Naseer will hawe 
nance to talk * 
marskjold. who 


BELGRADE. July if 
The Yugoslav government 
preparing a big welcome for 
Egyptian Premier Gamal Abdel 
Nasser 

Nasser is scheduled to arrive 
at the Batanjica military air- 
port Thursday afternoon on 4a 
visit that will be climaxed by 
talks at Brioni next week with 
Yugoslav President Tito and 
Indian Prime Minister Nehru. isw 
The West regards the Brion 
meeting as a conference of th 
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PARIS. July 11 #—French- 
men were called on today to 
little ar no Cig ever deeper in their pockets 

+ Dag Ham. to finance what Socialist Pre 

Belgrade decorated wit _ Rel. mier Guy Mollet's government 
Egvotian and Yugoslav flags calls the pacification of Alge- 
and the gove ment hee ealled ra el 
on nee Minister Paul Rama 

sear for funds 
wv the nations 400.000 
fighting Aligerias ne 

rebellion. won quick 
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Lords’ Death |g, 
Penalty Vote 
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Reuters 

LONDON, July 11—Socialist 
Sydney Silverman tonight re- 
newed his lifelong battle to 
abolish the death sentence in) 
'Britain after the House of 
|Lords’ rejettion of his bill. 

The 60-yearold Labor mem- 
ber of the commons announced 
that on Thursday he will place 
the issue before Sir Anthony) 
Eden’s government in Parlia- 
| ment. 

Specifically, Silverman will 
| challenge the Conservative gov. 
‘ernment to declare its policy in| 
view of the fact that the upper'| 
house, a hereditary body, on) 
|Tuesday rejected the “no-hang-| | 
‘ing” bill, which had been ap-) 
proved by the elected House | 
of Commons. 

Eden's government is not ex-| 
pected to reply before next! 
| week. 

As a political storm raged 
,over the Lords’ 238 to 95 vote 
‘against the bill, there were re- 
‘ports the government may in-! 
troduce a bill amending the) 
laws on murder—but keeping| 
\the scaffold as the final deter-) 
rent, 

Commons can pass the meas 
ure in its next session and, if 
so. it will become law in a year, 
regardless of the Lords’ over 
sition. 
| Eden's governmest ‘announc-| 
(ed its opposition to the bill dur- 
ing the debate in Commons last | 
winter, but allowed a “free” 
vote on the issue — meaning 
members could vote in accord 
with their individual con- 
sciences rather than by party | 
| loyalties. 

No execution has taken slace| 
in Britain since last March,) 
when Silverman introduced his 
private bill. A number of con-| 
victed murderers have heard 
'the death sentence pronounced 
on them, but are still alive. 


West Samoa 
Turns Down 


Full Suffrage 


UNITED NATIONS, WN. Y.. 
July 11 #™—A United Nations 
}committee reported today that 
|'Western Samoans, due to get 
‘self-government in 1960, have 
turned down universal suffrage 
lin favor of tradition. : 
| The 1956 visiting mission to 
| U.N, trust territories in the Pa 
cific said inhabitants of the ter- 
ritory of Western Samoa, now 
‘run by New Zealand, shied! 
jaway from the idea of giving’! 
| every adult Samoan a vote in 
ichoosing the territorial legis- 
lature to be instituted next! 
year. 

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Trusteeship Council, they want 
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ditional spokesmen of the Sa-| 
moan community—the more 
than 4500 family heads, or Ma- 
tails. 

As a result, universal suffrage 
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European members of the 3} 
year, l-house legislature, but! 
only the Matais will vote in 
election of the 41 Samoan mem- 
bers. New Zealand will appoint 
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Samoans, the mission re- 
marked, insist the Matai sys- 
tem is in “full accord with! 
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Matais are chosen by the fami- 
lies which they head and are’ 
responsible to them.” It added’ 
there are now 17,026 male Sa-' 
moans over 20 years old, so’ 
every fourth one is a Matai. , 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
‘ Thureday, July 12, 1954 ° 


— 


Dulles Shifts 


On Neutrality 


By John M 


Hightower 


Associated Press 


Secretary of State John Fos 
Dulles took United States 
lity around an 

terday and 


Tne oppo 


ter 


ra “| : 


le tually 


: countries normal! 


gain safety for itself by being 
indifferent to the fate of oth-} 
ers This has increasingly 
hecome an obsolete conception 
and. except under very excer 
tional circumstances, it is an 
mmoral and shortsighted con 
ception 
This attack on newtrality as 
immoral greatly cheered Al 
lied countries which saw in 
a reaffirmation of American As 
sociation with them It upset 
countries like India which saw 
in it a condemnation of their 
special positions in world af 
fairs which they had thought 
three days earlier Mr. Eisen 
hower was defending 
The idea that Dulles had 
made a broad attack on new 
trality was generally reported 
and discussed in Washington at 
the time and there was no de 
or suggestion that Dulles 
was trying to make a different 
point 
The denunciation of neutral 
ty was made on a basis of com 
parison with those countries 
which had joined collective de- 
sive systems. The need for 
-se systems was explained in 
ms of inability of the United 
tions to function for security 
rposes because of the veto in 
\ Security Couwnrci! 


Ix Outlet 


-cterday. Dull@® was asked 
his denunciation of neu 
m and he said he was talk 
a neutralism which 

ern for others 
then asked by what 
Nation could express 
lie said 
he done bw member 

Lnited Nations 

, reporter pointed out to 
him that in today’s world vir 
all countries either be 
to the United Nations or 
to become members. io 
and most of the other 
classified as 
the. United Na 


aATwoOU 


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for others 


long 
wish 
dia 
neutrai are in 
rinone 


Dulles said the ane excention 


* ae et Pew ge 


Narcotics Suspect 


Acter Bebbsr Priccell. 1%. i 
shewn veeterdaer in Lee Ae 
gseles after his arrest om «@ 
narcetics§ charger DPrrscell, 
whe is best remembered fer 
his rele in “Treasure 
land.” was taken inte costedy 
at his Pacific Palisades bemr. 
after police recevered a bac 
of merijeana threes from 
the car of a friend whe had 
just visited the acter. 


ie 


which occurred te him wae 
Switzerland, and he said Swit 
veriand has a long tradition of 
neutrality and fs case wee 
very exceptional " ‘he ence 
he had weed the words im bic 
He clearly Gd 
e he — ner 
vas Wwerpera) 
cugpest ed 


land's newtralit: 

\ reporter 
that this seemed 
his Ames denunciation for prac 
tical purpeses had ap pierce 
thon at all 

Dulles agreed 
thought there were 
ary 2 Sere Tey 
tral and. therefore. cui lt: 
lowing an tmmora! 


had talked about it 


then 


“Kr mean hoe bi 


oe} 2° he 


very few 
countries 
alt tn 
rmolcr ae he 


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Jail for 1 Cent Rebbery 


TORONTO. Ont July 
INS)}—Bruce Singrriand 
and John Schnider. 2. were 
centenced today to nine months 
n jail on conviction for an as 
sault-robbery. Their loot: One 


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Dulles’ Statement on Communism 


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The seems pri 
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those who compose the inter 
national ( ommunist movement 
Rut it was not only the Soviet 
members and Soviet 
workers who suffered from the 
abuses of Stalin. Other peoples 
also suffered. That is a tact 
which the Soviet Communists 
seem to ignore. They should 
see, if really their eves are 
opened, that the violence and 
terrorism which they now de 
nounce was not merely Soviet 
domestic policy but also Soviet 
foreign policy Whole peoples 
were thereby brought into griev 
ous captivity. And the still free 
people have had to pay a heavy 
protect themselves 
are entitied toe he 
assured that the evil done im 
Stalin's name will be. undone 
and that such policies will not 
recur 

The Soviet Communist Party 
now promises a decentralization 
of power in favor of the Soviet 
republics, and. for individual 
citizens, “freedom of speech 
and of the press and freedom 
of conscience” and a rule of 
law It says that “the highest 
aim of the Soviet state is to 
raise population's living 
standards in every respect.” 
But these things were already 
promised by the Soviet state 
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February 

Only the reality ef vigereus 
democratic institutions will 
genuinely tneure against the 
corrupting power of éespetiem 

The whele world will there 
fore watch te see what will 
actually come of the present 
developments. If they depend 
ably alter the domestic and 
foreign policies and practices 
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to provide guide dogs to the blirid at no cost to them and with no 
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During the training period the blind students live at the Pilot House 
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12 i Thursday, July 12, 1936 eeeeR 


Witnesses Deny Forming 


Blacklist Clearing Board 


BLACKLIST—fFr. P. I 


ing advice and guidance from 
such men mentioned in the 
Fund report as Columnists 
George Sokolsky and 
Riese! Jack Wren 
BR. B.D. & O. advertis 
ing firm, James F. O'Neil 
American Legion publication 
director. and Frederick E. Wolt- tion, testified he was 
man the New bw the heels” into the Fund 
York World Telegram and Sun. report He said his guidance 
“From where I sat. the men for the Anti-Defamation League 
who were alleged to be clear- had been limited a phone 
ance men in this context were call conversation 
doing good. not evil We And he said his only actual 
came to them for help and they “clearance” work was limited 
gave us help.” Forster declared. to reporting an anti-Communist 
He thought Edward Engberg. speech given by Henry Morgan, 
the man who interviewed him a blacklisted actor—after be 


ing alerted to the speech by 


BBDA&AO's Wren. 
Woltman said the actual 


for the Fund report, “may have 
had a complete sense of re- 
ce of what the Ant 
Defamation League was doing” “blacklist” mentioned by the 
in soliciting help from men Fund report is no more than 
‘whose judgment we rely on.” the “10 or 15 drawers of files 
he keeps on persons with Com 
munist affiliations, as well as 
the files kept by such as 50 
kolsky and Wren 

Woltman said Wren, whose 
advertising agency buys radio 
and TV programs for its clients, 
‘spends as much time clear: 
ing people as he does establish 
ing that there are Communists.” 

Woltman said the “rehabilita 
tors” certainly weren't in that 
business by choice—“but may 
he they are sentimental, maybe 
they feel sorry for them (those 
blacklisted).” 
Somewhat 
man said he once 
actor Raymond Massey by tell 
ing him an organization cn 
which he served as a director 
was no good 

He immediate]; 
Woltman reported 


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of New 


“Dragged,” Woltman Says 
York's a 1947 
for his 
infiltra 
dragged 


Reporter Woltman, 
Pulitzer Prive winner 
series Communist 


on 


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to 


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helped out 


A COLLINS 


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Woltman declared know 
as a fact that tims report has 
| put advertising agencies on a 
spot where they will be much 
more careful (in rehahdilitating 
They have been made the goats 

for doing something that 

r ought to do.” 
said one of the report's 
Elizabeth Poe 


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Forster + Woltman 
.~..» @ matter of clearance 


explaining, “ ‘We have to have 
somebody who's familiar with 
the Communists, who is sym- 
pathetic with them. Who else 
can we get to interview Gale 
Sondergaard (a blacklisted ac- 
tress)?’ ” 

In a statement from Los An- 
geles. Miss Poe termed Wolt 
man's testimony “absolute non- 
serse.” 

The American 
O'Neil stated flatly 
has never engaged 
blacklisting or the 
clearance.” 

He then proceeded to testifs 
that Legion “locals” were “cer 
tainly in keeping” in their pro 
test against Miss Sondergaard's 
projected appearance in the 
play “Anastasia” this month in 
Philadelphia's muncipal park 


Almost 100 Letters 


O'Neil also said the Legion 
had initiated almost 100 letters 
to its locals explaining the anti 
Communist, records of actors 
and actresses who were the 
subject of controversy in local 
movies ’ 

hese letters became a ver, 
Vital factor as a means of re 
habilitation,” O'Neil explained 

O'Neil called blacklisting 
reprehensible” and added 
Certainly, Communists should 
not be employed.” He reported 
the situation in Hollwwood 
good the 
| see 


Legion's 
his group 
in either 

so-called 


lo 
al present 
no occasion for us 
alarmed.” 

( olumnist 


statement 


ne ; very 


me 


Sokolskyv 
submitted from his 
New York sick bed. estimated 
same 300 blacklisted persons 
were now back at work in the 
movie industry because o* “re 
habiliation™ efforts 
He said he personalls 
rehabilitation 
Actors John Garfield and Lu 
ther Adler and Actress Judy 
Holliday made by Forster. Co! 
umnist Riese! and himself 
Sokolsky dismissed the Fund 


in a 


knew 


of in bealf of 


yesterday the Government sold 


By Gaylord P. Godwin 
United Press 
President Eisenhower said 


or gave away $1,264,800,000 
worth of surplus farm products 
during the six munths ended 
June 30. Most of it was des- 
tined for overseas. 

In a semi-annual report to 
Congress, Mr. kisenhower said 
the United States now has 
gotten rid .of $2,953,000,000 
worth of surplus farm crops 
under the special disposal act 
which bécame effective in Sep- 
lember, 1954. 

The United States still had 
about $8.5 billion obligated for 
farm surplus last May 31, 
however. The government 
owned $6.1 billion of this out-. 
right. The other $2.4 billion 
was held as security against 
price support loans. 

The 1954 law permits the 
Government to sell farm sur- 
pluses abroad for foreign cur.- 
rency, make relief donations to 
friendly countries, barter sur- 


report as “a melange of misin 
formation.” 

But he emphasized: “No per 
son could clear another. It is 
only possible for an individual 
to clear himself because only 
he knows what his motives 
were and what all his actions 
were.” 


Poznan Mass 
Set Saturday 


Requiem mass for the victims 
of the Poznan demonstrations 
against Poland's Communist re 
gime will be offered at 10 a. m 
Saturday in St. Matthews Ca 
thedral 

The celebrant will be the 
Most Rev. John M. McNamara 
Auxiliary Bishop of Washing: 
ton. A sermon on the position 
of Catholics in Poland and 
other Soviet satellites will be 
delivered by the Rt. Rev. Mser 
John K. Cartwright, Cathedral 
rector 

The mass was arranged by 
the Polish American Congress 
on behalf of Polish-American 
groups in the area 


4 


welfare organizations 


ipluses abroad for strategic ma- {vision is the heart of the pro-; 
terials and donate surpluses to gram, according to the Presi- foreign currency provision da 
and dent's report. Under it, the far behind commitments, 

persons in this country. government has arranged to ever. The 


$1.2 Billion Farm Surplus Moved in 6 Mos.,Ike Says 


Actual shipments under this. 


sident re 


The aim was to cut down the ship $1,466,900,000 in surplus that shipments since Septem- 
commodities abroad, $801,200,-\ ber, 1954, total about $500 mil- 


Government's huge surplus 
hoards which tend to depress 
farm prices because of a fear 
they some day may be thrown 
on the market. 

In the report, Mr. Eisenhower 
reminded Congress the Ad- 
ministration wants two changes 
in the current program: 

1. To double—from $1.5 bil- 


lion to $3 billion — the Govern- 


ment’s authority to sell sur- 
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ispended 11 days ago. after 
boycott by Negroes, will be 
y~umed on a segregated basis 
)4 with schedules revised to 
peal more to white patrons. 
was announced here today 
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wnmerce. after @ conference 
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ch discontinued bus service 
se July 1. No date for re 


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1 had boyeotted the buses 
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the scene of 
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¢ boycott on the question of 
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The Alabama Christian 
Movement for Human Rights 
announced it would sponsor a 
boycott as a last resort unless 
the Birmingham Transit Co 
agreed to desegregate its buses 
and hire some Negro drivers 
Negroes have been boycotting 
buses in Montgomery, Ala., for 
seven months 

Schedules in Tallahassee will 
De revised to appeal to white 
housewives and workers in the 
State Capitol offices, rather 
than to the city's 14,000 Ne. 
groes, Brownlee said 

Negroes formerly made up 
an estimated 60 per cent of 
the bus line's patronage. Their 
boycott cripled the company 
financially so that it had 
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president Statson Coleman re- 
tained his franchise, his 
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buse* 

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THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1956 PAGE 14 


Speaking of Neutralism 

It is highly unlikely that Mr. Nixon, Mr. lles 
or any of the spokesmen who have been dispensing 
morality on the subject of neutralism are going to 
change Mr. Nehru’s mind. They are not likely, in 
fact, to pick up any converts at all, either in India 
But they are 
long string of animosi- 


or in the other countries of free Asia 
altogether likely to leave a 
ties and bruised feelings as a result of their gratul- 
What, then 


it so profusely” 


tous advice the sense of offering 
The only reason this newspaper has heard which 


that those n Asia which 


the United States are fearful of the 


has some point is 


} untnes 


are allied with 


attraction of neutralism. If their people see other 


nations which adhere to a policy of nonalliance 
receiving the equal blessings of the United States, 
they may themselves have difficulty discouraging 
neutralism as the easy course. Protests from some 
of these allied countries, it is said, may have been 
what induced Mr. Dulles to contradict and undo as 
only he can the President's understanding remarks 
on the position of neutral countries. The circle 
became complete yesterday when Mr. Dulles sought 
to undo Mr. Dulles, and this time he was right 
Actually is the fear of neutralism voiced Dy 
allied countries a good argument? Is it not, really, a 
kind of blackmail? If an alliance is so filmsy as 
to be swayed by a few words of understanding for 
lion of another countr 


‘* The hac 


the pos iow much reliance 


be placed in noint, however, is 


something elise Granted that this count nas an 


interest in maintaining its alliances in good repair, 
4< . necessary '* do this at *hea PX ish ms of al Pg) ated 
(an we no 


friendship with other free countries , 
have 


the 


take a leaf from the Russians, who 
smart enough not to 
uncommitted countries except 

Mr. Nixon himself, in an ext 
speech at Lafayette College last month 
belief that “often too much reliance is placed upon 
the effectiveness of bombarding the uncommitted 
countries with radio broadcasts, motion pictures 
and press releases which present the American 
viewpoint.” The same may be said of packaged 
morality about the cold war. Surely a sophisticated 
view of world affairs requires the recognition that 
there is a strong feeling in parts of Asia against 
any sort of military alliance. Stress on nuclear 
weapons, and awareness of the dangers of fallout, 
The most effective alliances 
are made up of like-minded countries which face a 
common dagger, as in NATO. In Asia there are a 
number of new countries to which the danger does 
not clear-cut and which are unwilling 
at this point formally to take sides. 
as Mr. Eisenhower himself 
said before Mr. Dulles torpedoed him, that these 
countries are neutral between right and wrong. 
Their leaders are following what they regard as a 
patriotic course best calculated to serve their coun- 
interests. We may think them naive, un- 
or wrong. But is it wise to shout this 
continually from the housetops—or, worse, from 
the capitals of rival countries? 

Is it not time, in short, for us to stop this side- 
show-barker kind of wheedling, to find something 
else to talk about or keep our official mouths shut? 
What we are succeeding in doing, against our own 
best interests in Asia, is create the impression that 
it is necessary to sign a military pact and plunge 
into the cold war in order to be friends with the 
United States. One of these days, if this keeps up, 
we shall find ourselves confronted by a continent 
full of countries which are neutral against us. 


indeed 
heen rege anvihing on 
peace ’ 

raordinarily fine 


stated his 


increase this feeling 


seem $0 


This does not mean 


tries 


realistic 


Overflights 

Was 
deny so emphatically 
American 
of the State and Defense Departments to comment 


Air Force in Germany to 
the Soviet note protesting 
overfiights ? 


it wise for the 
The curious reluctance 


on the accusations left the suspicion that the Rus- 
sians had caught this country with jam on its face 
The Soviet note charged that American planes 

ntruded” on Russian air space on three occasions, 
once penetrating to a depth of 200 miles; it is now 
disclosed that a previous note in May protested 
four other “violations.” Actually, it may be sus- 
pected that both countries have been conducting 
what overflights they can get away with in efforts 
to do high-altitude mapping and gather intelligence. 
There have been reports, for example, of Soviet 
planes over Alaska 

This practice, which is scarcely compatible with 
the niceties of international conduct, is a dangerous 
business that has grown out of the tensions of the 
cold war. What makes the Soviet protest interest- 
ing is the relatively moderate tone and the lack of 
previous publicity—and the apparent lack of any 
Russian effort to apprehend the Why 
should the Russians now complain after, presum- 
ably, knowing about the reciprocal violations for 
months? The American reply stemming from the 
Air Force overseas rather than from usual diplo- 
matic sources is equally curious. The Whole affair 
is a sticky business in which the whole story may 
never be known. 


violators.’ 


Clement as Keynoter 
The choice of a keynoter at a national party con- 
vention is always a compromise in the sense that 


many orators are available and that a choice has to 
be made among them. Gov. Frank G. Clement of 
Tennessee was chosen to sound the chief message 
at the Democratic National Convention over 17 or 
18 rivals for the honor. In part, no doubt, the ar- 
rangements committee was influenced by the young 
Governor's reputation as a speaker of force and 
popularity. Probably, too, they were attracted by 
his comparative youth: for this handsome lawyer 
and former FBI investigator got himself elected to 
the Governor's chair when he was only 32, and now, 
at 36, is in the midst of a second term. Such achieve- 
ments are always impressive in politics, and at the 
moment the Democrats are in a mood to lay special 
emphasis on youth. These considerations obviously 
counted for more than any misgivings on the part 
of Democratic legislators who sense in Mr. Clement 
a formidable potential rival. ; 

One other factor was doubtless Governor Clem- 
ent’s general high standing in the Democratic 
Party. Former President Truman has praised him, 


and Adlai E. Stevenson once described the Governor 
as “one of those wonderful young men who is rein- 
vigorating the Democratic Party.” As he was the 
first Governor of a Southern State to veto a segrega- 
tion bill, he may be expected to soothe the friction 
that usually afflicts the Democratic Party on this 
issue. Important also is his devotion to the presi- 
dential candidacy of Mr. Stevenson. Not only will 
the keynote address help to create an atmosphere 
favorable to Mr. Stevenson; in all probability the 
arrangements committee was influenced in con- 
siderable measure by the strength of Mr. Steven- 
son's position before the convention 


Question of Conscience 

By persisting in his refusal to give the House 
Committee on Un-American Activities certain 
names has demanded, Arthur Miller, a 
distinguished playwright, has put himself in serious 
danger of a contempt'citation. The committee has 
asked the House of Representatives to cite Mr. 
Miller; if it does so, he may well be convicted and 
sentenced to prison. Whatever happens to him, 
however, he can have the satisfaction of knowing 
that he obeyed the command of his conscience, that 
he has behaved honorably and in conformity with 
a deep-rooted American tradition 

The Committee on Un-American Activities can 
have no such satisfaction. It has asked the House 
of Representatives to uphold it in an exercise of 
arbitrary in an effort to coerce a man into 
Mr. Miller has pleaded 
no amendment and has been accused of no crime 
He might have improved his position if he had 
disclosed the names to the FBI, thus not relying 
wholly on his own judgment of their significance. 
But the names really can be of little moment to 
the committee or the Congress: they are unlikely 
to contribute to national security or to any legiti- 
mate legislative purpose. They are names of five 
or six writers who happened to be present at some 
literary meetings, sponsored by the Communist 
Party, which Mr. Miller himself attended in 1947. 
His reasons for refusing to give these names are 
respectable 


which it 


power 


betraval of his conscience 


What I would protect here is not Communists 
or wrongdoers but my responsibility for my own 
actions... If 1 must be judged, let me be judged 
by what my native impulses lead me to do rather 
than what necessity now makes opportune 
| cannot confess another man, therefore, as |! 
ask the committee to consider where true respect 
lies in such a case, and where contempt; it is no 
news to the world that there are words of agree 
ment and assent which. in truth, demean, and 
conscientious reservations which magnify the 
dignity of the state. 

The law is not altogether clear in this situation 
Chances are that Congress has power to extort this 
information from Mr. Miller. The question which 
the House of Representatives must face, however, 
is not a jegal but a moral one-——whether it wishes 
the Committee on Un-American Activities to use 
its power in this way. There are uses to which 
power may be put which, in truth, demean, and 
reservations of power, as of assent, which magnify 
the dignity of the state 


The Ghouls 


“What made you do this? What kind of minds 
do you have? What kind of hearts do you have?” 
These questions, to which, apparently, answers were 
neither given nor expected, were addressed by 
Magistrate James E. Lo Piccolo to the two young 
men brought before him in the Felony Court at 
Ridgewood, Long Island. The two defendants were 
accused of having attempted to extort $5000 from 
Mrs. Morris Weinberger of Westbury, Long Island, 
the grief<razed young woman whose baby was 
taken by a kidnaper on July 4. This pair, who had 
represented themselves to her as the kidnapers, 
amused themselves at a tavern by making telephone 
calls to the Weinberger home and fresh promises 
that the baby would be restored unharmed. Ac- 
cording to fhe authorities, they regarded it all only 
as a fine practical joke that would give them the 
pleasure of “watching the cops run ‘round in 
circles.” 

One must be appalled and amazed, like Magis- 
trate Lo Piccolo, at the spiritual and emotional 
poverty of persons who could willfully add to the 
mother’s torments and diminish whatever chances 
remained to her of recovering her child. The worst 
of it is, however, that these cruel hoaxes are by no 
means unusual. They occur almost invariably in 
widely publicized cases of kidnaping; and even after 
the young men had been arrested, Mrs. Weinberger 
was enticed on other fruitless journeys by other 
anonymous telephone hoaxers professing to have 
clews or information. It all seems to support the 
findings of some psychologists that much of modern 
mankind is rapidly losing the faculties of empathy 
and compassion—i. e., the power to project oneself 
imaginatively into the emotional situation of an- 
other; or in other words lacking in what would have 
been described a few generations ago as ‘ordinary 
human feeling.” 

There is hardly any doubt that sensational pub- 
licity serves as a stimulus to these callous and in- 
human hoaxers. There is also a question whether 
premature publicity, by frightening the kidnaper, 
does not greatly multiply the danger to the kid- 
naped child, if alive. This in turn raises the ques- 
tion of the responsibility of the press in its coverage 
of these cases: whether concern for the child's life 
should not take precedence over the obligation to 
publish details which the police request be tempo- 
rarily withheld, 


G. J. van Heuven Goedhart 


The world lost one if its best citizens and ablest 
international civil servants with the death at 
Geneva on Sunday of Dr. G. J. van Heuven Goedhart. 
A distinguished journalist and a daring leader of 
the Dutch resistance to the Nazi regime during 
the Second World War, he served the government 
of the Netherlands in a number of important legis- 
lative and diplomatic posts; in 1950 the General 
Assembly of the United Nations chose him to serve 
as High Commissioner for Refugees. It was Dr 
van Heuven Goedhart’'s difficult assignment to make 
provision for the remaining hard core of refugees 
who could not migrate to other lands. He dis- 
charged the assignment with vigor, compassion and 
resourcefulness. Civilized men everywhere will 
miss him. 


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Letters to the Editor 


“Ignoring the Children” 

Although I agree with your 
editorial of July 7 denouncing 
the House defeat of the Fed- 
eral school-aid bill, I believe 
you left something unsaid. 

The Federal school-aid bill 
could have been approved by 
the House if the President had 
sent a special message in time 
He could have mustered 
enough Republican votes to 
pass the Administration-backed 
bill. As it was, only 75 Repubii- 
cans voted for the bill itself 

It was an example of poor 
Gettysburg farmhouse timing 
that the President sent his 
message, through Mr. James 
Hagerty, after the bill had met 
defeat 

What is all this 
the dangers of a 
President” 

EDWARD S. DUBBS JR. 
Waynesboro, Pa. 


talk about 
part-time 


CAA Appropriations 


Your editorial cartoonist, 
Herblock, has almost consist- 
ently shown in his works of art 
an ability to disregard the facts 
even as reported in your paper 
in order to convey his, and 
therefore your, views on sub- 
jects of the time. You and he 
well know the adage that a 
picture is worth a thousand 
words 

The cartoon of Friday, July 6, 
is a very good example of his 
semi-true pictorial review. He 
portrayed a penny-pinching Ad- 
ministration shocked at the big 
question of how to avoid air 
collisions. Whom he wishes to 
blame is obvious. Had Herblock 
obtained more facts, or not dis- 
regarded them, before forming 
his opinion that you wish others 
to share, he could have given 
a more accurate picture 

In your issue of Wednesday, 
July 4 your staff reporter, 
Frank R. Kent Jr. reported 
that from 1951 to 1956 the 
amount the Congress appropri- 
ated to the CAA was consider- 
ably less than that requested by 
the Administration. During this 
period we experienced a num- 
ber of congressional sessions 
wherein the political views of 
the majority of the Congress 
were officially contrary to those 
of the executive branch. 

Here are the figures as re- 
ported: 1951—asked $46 million, 
appropriated $19 million; 1952— 
asked $24 million, appropriated 
$10.5 million; 1953—asked $15 
million, appropriated $10 mil- 
lion: 1954—asked $7 million, ap- 
propriated $7 million; 1955 — 
asked $5 million, appropriated 
$5 million (1954 and 1955 were 
the only two years of the six 
that Congress did not appropr?- 
ate less than the amount re- 
quested, Le., the only two years 
a la Herblock); 1956—asked $23 
million, appropriated $16 mil- 
lion. Perhaps Congress and not 
the Administration should he 
blamed for pinching pennies in 
the face of air tragedy 

Don't you think Herblock's 
picture and opinion are a little 
distorted? A little constructive 
criticism would be of more pub- 
lic service than so much rabble- 
rousing and playing to the pub- 
lie FRANK NEBERER. 

Arlington. 

Editor's Note: Mr. Nebeker 
should read the rest of the 
story. In 1951 CAA asked $78.5 
million; the Department of Com- 
merce cut the request to $46 
million; and Congress eppropri- 
ated $19 million. In 1952 CAA 
asked $39 million: the budgetary 
request was cut to $24 million; 
and Congress appropriated $10.5 
million. In 1953 CAA asked $35.5 
million’ Commerce cut the re- 
quest to $18.3 million: the Bu- 
reau of the Budget cut tt agam 
to $15 million; and Congress vot- 
ed 310 million. In 1954 CAA oria- 
inally asked $30 million and re- 
vised this down to $13 million: 
the budgetary request was cut 
to $7 million; and Congress rot- 
ed $7 million. In 1955 CAA asked 
$21.2 million; Commerce cut the 
request to $7.7 million; the Bu- 
reau of the Budget cut tt to $5 
million; and Congress appro- 
priated $5 million. In 1958 CAA 
asked $26.5 million; the Budget 


Rureau cut this to $23 milion 
and Congress appropriated $16 
million 

Responsibility for the cuts is 
shared by Congress and the Ad. 
ministration, but the largest 
cuts have been made by agen 
cies of the Admtnistration ttself. 


Montgomery Airport 


We write to join the protest 
against an airport in Montgom- 
ery County, as we understand 
hundreds of other civic-minded 
citizens are doing 

It is too bad that Montgom- 
ery County has a council that 
is a rubber stamp for the man- 
ager, and a manager who wants 
to hand over our fine residen- 
tial region to industrial devel- 
opment 

An airport will be a noise 
nuisance blight on our homes, 
the same as the other airports 
have become throughout the 
country. It is time right-think- 
ing citizens rise to again de 
fend their homes and tranquil- 
lity by demanding that the 
airport project be bottled up 
until the matter is legally 
placed before the voters in 
form of a referendum at com- 
ing elections 

JOHN B. SUTTON. 

Bethesda, Md. 


“Traffic Hazard” 


I read the letter to the edi- 
tor, captioned “Traffic Hazard,” 
signed by Ellen R. Bondi, which 
appeared in the July 3 issue, 
with some curiosity. 

A traffic study made in the 
latter part of May by the De- 
partment of Vehicles and Traf:- 
fic at the intersection of 30th 
and Brandywine sts. nw. indi- 
cated that, since Brandywine 
st. had been opened to traffic 
between 30th st 
cut ave. traffic controls were 
now needed at this intersec- 
lon 

This department, therefore, 
submitted to the Board of Com- 
missioners an amendment to 
the Traffic Regulations pro- 
viding for the installation of 
stop signs on Brandywine st 
On June 12 a Commissioners’ 
order to this effect appeared. 
On June 20 the order was ad- 
vertised and on the morning 
of June 25 the stop signs were 
installed. 

If Miss Bondi had first. con- 
tacted this department about 
the intersection, she would 
have been spared the trouble 
of writing a letter to the editor 
about a matter which had al- 
ready been completed. 

ANTHONY L. ELLISON, 


Traffic Safety Officer 
Washington. 


“After the Cold War—What?” 


‘T have been pondering your 
leading editorial of June 30, 
entitied “After the Cold War— 
What?” There is much that is 
excellent in this statement. 
Your warning against pride is 
all to the good, as is your call 
“for soul-searching and imagina- 
tive statesmanship™ in the face 
of recent changes in Soviet 
policy and their repercussions 
in the Communist world 

I must confess. however. that 
I find the dogmatism ‘of our 
title and the sentence, “The 
cold war has passed into his 
tory,” astonishing and disturb- 
ing. I cannot help wondering 
whether you considered well 
these phrases. 

It may be that a question of 
words is involved here. I have, 
for example, found myself us- 
ing the phrase “cold peace” as 
a way of indicating the in- 
creased emphasis on peace On 
the part of both cold war bel- 
ligerents. It seems, however, 
far from clear that any basic 
change in the aims and goais 
of either side has occurred 

The Soviet leaders have man- 
aged to retain the initiative im 
plicit in the ideology of world 
revolution, on the one hand, 
and in our posture of “contain- 
ment,” on the other. Only now, 
under the impetus of new biood 
and fresh ideas, they have bold- 
ly embarked on a drastic shift 
in strategy. From a cold war 
of position they have without 
warning forced on us a cold 
war of maneuver. It is this de- 
velopment, which I think is 
strategic rather than merely 
tactical, that has found us un- 
prepared and unsure as to ap- 
propriate and effective re- 
sponse 

Admittedly, unsettled 
power struggle within the 
Kremlin and the corresponding- 
ly heightened pressure of mo- 
rale problems are influential 
factors at the present time and 
have blunted for the moment 
the aggressive prosecution of 
the new strategy. This makes 
possible the assumption of your 
editorial, namely, “the evolu- 
tion that is taking place in the 
Soviet Union” and “in the Com- 
munist ranks ... at so fast a 
pace”: but I suggest that it is 
premature and most unsafe to 
plunge at such an assumption. 
There is, tragically, a very good 
chance that rebellions such as 
that at Poznan will hasten a 
reversion to Stalinist despotism 
and rigidity and nip’ in the bud 
what might have become the 
first stage of a significant evoiu- 
tion, especially in the satellite 
states. 

A sobering antidote to the 
optimism engendered among us 
by the Khrushchev denunciation 


the 


of Stalin and the Tiflis and Poz- 
nan uprisings has recently been 
provided by the eminent former 
Ambassador of Lebanon and 
resident of Washington, the Hon. 
Charies Malik. Writing in the 
July, 1956, number of Foreign 
Affairs, he says 

“The Communist penetration 
of the Near East is wery seri- 
ous. Moscow probably has 
never in history had the direct 
or indirect influence it now en- 
joys in the Near East. Com- 
munist parties and front or- 
ganizations are very important, 
but they are not the only ave- 
nues of influence . 

“The consummation of this 
penetration has occurred dur- 
ing the last 12 months, but the 
studied preparation for it has 
been going on for perhaps 30 
years. Agents have been 
trained or primed or enlisted 
and placed in key positions— 
in trade unions, in the press, in 
government, in the community 
at large and perhaps even in 
Western capitals. Not a single 
word of criticism of the Com- 
munist world is allowed to find 
its way into the government- 
controlied press of some im- 
portant Near Eastern coun- 
tries, whereas defiant and ex- 
ultant abuse of the West is the 
daily menu of the reader. The 
increase in recent years in the 
reading of Communist litera- 
ture throughout the area has 
been phenomenal both in itself 
and relatively to the increase 
in the reading of non-Commu- 
nist French, English, American 
or other literature wie 
clergy and laity of the Greek 
Orthodox Church have been 
the particular target of Com- 
munist cultivation: a Greek 
Orthodox Bishop is going to 
preside over the World Con- 
ference of the Partisans of 
Peace meeting in Peking this 
summer. 

“All of this constitutes a 
grand Western debacle. The 
point is that it is all new. This 
Communist penetration is the 
most important phenomenon 
in the Near East at present, 
more important, in my opinion, 
than the Arab-Israeli conflict.” 

In view of this situation, in 
the area which was once an 
Anglo - American stronghold, 
mentally speaking, not to speak 
of the Far East, Africa, or Latin 
America, I respectfully submit 
that we shall do well to accept 
the reality of Cold War as with 
us for a long time to come and 
that we had better prepare 
ourselves for this spiritually 
and otherwise without losing 
any time, 

CHARLES W. LOWRY, 


tve Directer. Poeunds- 
tien Religious Action 


Ww 


and Connecti- 


More Voice Sought 
For New Capitalist. 


By Malvina Lindsay 


IT’S TOUGH luck for Communist propa- 
gandists to find that the fat man in & 
plug hat with a dollar sign on his stomach, 
who has so lomg been the stereotype of 
the American capitalist, 
is changing into a 43 
year-old housewife of a 
family whose income is 
around $6000. 

The typical owner of 
American industry seems 
headed that way, a re- 
cent study of stock own- 
ership by the New York 
Stock Exchange indi- 
cates. Women constitute 
52 per cent of this coun- Miss Lindsay 
try’s 8 million stockholders—who have in- 
creased about 1,500,000 since a similar 
study was made in 1954. (This does not 
include the millions whe indirectly own 
stock through insurance companies, union 
pension funds and other institutions.) 

But even more departure from the capi 
talist stereotype is under Way. Another 
Stock Exchange study shows that people 
under 40 and residents of smaller towns 
and cities are doing an ever larger share 
of exchange business. 

Direct management of industry is neces- 
sarily restricted to a small group. Yet 
the spread of its ownership among the 
people of this country is significant—and 
it is also discomfiting to those whose ideas 
of American capitalism are of the 1900 
vintage. 

Probably that is why Soviet leaders have 
been attacking the American concept of 
“people's capitalism.” and why Dmitri 
Shepilov, Soviet Foreign Minister, has 
called it “as absurd an idea as fried ice.” 
(Hasn't he ever heard of baked Alaska?) 


eo 

WHAT should be even more discom- 
fiting to Communists and to all others 
who cling to the cartoon idea of the 
American capitalist are the movements 
afoot to give the people who own industry 
more voice in its affairs, to provide them 
better protection of their rights, and to 
awaken them to their corporate responsi- 
bilities. For such developments promise 
to give American capitalism more grass 
roots vitality. 

As yet, however, Americans cannot be 
complacent about their roles as small capi- 
talists. Corporate democracy still is far 
behind political democracy, as witnesses 
have been telling a Senate Subcommittee 
on Banking and Currency, which is con- 
sidering bills to improve proxy voting 
regulations. 

There has been criticism at the hearings 
of “feudalistic” relations between manage 
ment and stockholders, and especially of 
the machinery for handling proxies (the 
forms on which stockholders give au- 
thorization for their votes). A plea for 
the secret ballot in corporate voting was 
made by Mrs. Wilma Soss, president of 
the Federation of Women Shareholders in 
American Business, Inc. She asked that 
funds be provided the Securities and Ex- 
change Commission to make a study of 
practical ways and means of bringing this 
about. 

Mrs. Soss, who has been campaigning 
for the secret corporate ballot as zealously 
as the early suffragists campaigned for 
the political ballot, declared that industry 
needed a modern proxy mechanism in 
preparation for the great expansion in 
stockholders that was expected. She pre- 
dicted that, barring a war or major 
depression, there would be 20 million 
stockholders within a decade as a result 
of inflation, stock splits, population growth, 
expansion programs of industry, and birth 
of the atomic age. , 

Many of these new stockholders. she 
pointed out, would be employes of cor- 
porations—as a result of the spread of 
profit sharing—and therefore in special 
need of a secret ballot. 


ow 

OTHER proposals to the subcommittee 
have included: mandatery cumulative vot- 
ing to afford minority representation on 
boards of directors, abolition of the stag- 
ger system of electing directors, and the 
provision of Better facilities for dissenting 
shareowners to submit their proposals and 
arguments. 

It is not only in this country that grass 
roots capitalism seems on the march. 
Some British companies are now providing 
train rides and free lutiches for stockhold- 
ers who attend annual meetings. A large 
chemical company is advertising that a5 
per cent of its stockholders hold on the 
average shares valued at less than 406 
pounds and that 80,000 of its employes 
are owners under a profit sharing plan; 
And Lady Norah Decker, British socialite, 
is sending autographed copies of her photo- 
graph to stockholders of the Birminghati 
Small Arms Co. asking their votes to have 
her industrialist husband restored to the 
board. 


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Today and Tomorrow . . 


The Question of Health 


THE DECTSION, which the 
President made known to the 
congressional leaders on Tues. 
day, was takeg, it would ap- 
pear, immedi , 
ately after his F 
operation —as 
soon as his 
doctors were 
satisfied that 
the operation 
had been suc- 
cessful and 
that they 
could expect 
a good and , 
reas onabl 
rapid mes | Lippmann 
ery. The decision taken then 
was to consider that thic« sec. 
ond illness was accidental and 
incidenta.. It was not only un- 
related to the heart attack 
Not only had it no negative 
bearing on his general fAtnes« 
It was even likely to make him 
more fit by correcting a chron- 
ic ailment 

This was the picture given to 
the country at the press con- 
ference held by Mr. Hagerty 
and the doctors a few davs 
after the operation. It was 
followed by a pause of a few 
weeks while the good recovery 
the doctors prophesied was 
being confirmed. 

On Tuesday, feeling much 
recovered, the President told 
the congressional leaders that 
he h: 1 not had to make a new 
decision about running again 
He faced the issue last winter 
after his first illness. which did 
really raise the question of his 
fiiness. He had not had to face 
the issue again because his 
lleitis and his operation. now 
that he was feeling himself 


By Walter Lippmann 


again, did not affect his gen- 
eral health. 


THE PRESIDENT will have 
no illusion about whether his 
health is going to be an issue 
in the coming campaign. There 
may be all sorts of views as 
to whether, and.as to how, the 
Democrats can legitimately 
raise the issue. But it is the 
kind of issue which is already 
in people's minds. It will be 
talked about privately, what- 
ever the politicians say public- 
ly. It is in the nature of things 
the paramount issue. Who is in 
fact likely to exercise the 
powers of the Presidency dur- 
ing the next four years—the 
President in the full vigor of 
his capacity, the President hav- 
ing to spare himself and to 
depend or his staff, or the Vice 
President? 

The discussion of these 
things is a horrid duty. But it 
ie a duty imposed upon public 
men and upon the press by the 
President's decision to seek 
another term, despite his age 
and his serious illnesses. To 
refrain from the discussion, 
not to try to inform the dis- 
cussion and to lead it and to 
enlighten it, would be to en- 
gage in a sentimental con- 
spiracy of silence. It would be 
to attempt to conduct a 
momentous national election 
without talkir.g about the main 
issue which is in everybody's 
mind. The result would be to 
make the election turn on a 
vast whispering campaign. 


THE DISCUSSION will be a 
difficult test of our taste and 
of our common sense. No 
doubt, the medical profession 
will be heard from, not s0 


much in public pronounce- 
ments as in private by doctors | 
talking to their patients and 

their friends. But there can 

be, it is evident, no such thing 

as an authoritative wd con- | 
c,usive medical opinion. For 

the question before the Ameri- 

can people is whether General 

Fisenhower can be counted | 
upon to carfy a burden of 

stress and strain which cannot 

now be predicted and ap- 

praised. For nobody has a 

right to count upon four long 

years in which the President 

is uncer as little stress and 

strain as has been General 

Eisenhower since his first ill- 

ness last September. 

The people will have to 
judge the question of health 
by the common sense they 
have acquired by experience 
—experience from having | 
known about the old genera- 
tion in their own family and 
among their friends. They will 
be asking themselves and they 
will be asking each other 
whether it is prudent to re- 
elect him, given the Presi- 
dent's age and his medical 
history and the modest re- 
serves of energy which, even 
before his illnesses, compelled 
him to work short hours. 
There will, of course, be a 
great division of opinion on 
whether it is prudent to re- 
elect him, the Republicans 
rating the risk as reasonably 
small, the Democrats as very 
much larger. Much will alo, the lucrative New York- 
most certainly depend on Miami run 
whether, once his convales- In the midst of a hearing on 
cence is concluded, the presi- 
dent displays a convincing 
vigor in the conduct of this 


office 
(Coprrant 


“Mark my words, 


Pan American World Airways 


Airlines yesterday of seeking “at 
all costs” to prevent Pan Amer- 


route. Pan American told the 
Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) 
Eastern and National are mak- 


1956. © Y¥ Herald Trip ; e 
era ibune ing ‘ exorbitant profits but 


Washington Scene . + . By George Dixon 


“Pm Forever Blow 


WHEN T CAME into the 
office the other day the joint 
was Jumping. The news desk. 
in particular, was doing nip- 
ups. Its deni- 
zens were be- 
having as if 
the millen- 
nium had ar- 
rived just two 
minutes be- 
fore deadline 

“What.” I! 
asked all 
this unseemly 
t u multation’ 
Has the Presi 
dent finablts 
announced that he is 
ning’ 

"Not 


mer 


“ic 


Dixon 
still run 
exactly replied the 
lead-off rewrite man, without 
missing a typewriter deat 
“But Hagerty is bubbling’ 

“Did you say ‘bubbling 
*bumbling’” 

“This is a new style of press 
release.” explained a deskman, 
snapping a pencil in two in 
his agitation. “Nobody actually 
says anything. Hagerty just 
bubbles.” 

“Then why don't they 
the fire out under him” 

“He bubbles with good hu 
mor. This is interpreted by 
our Gettysburg correspondent 
in charge of effervescence to 
mean that the President has 
just told James C. Hagerty 
something he very much 
Wants to hear, and what would 


or 


turn 


ing Bubbles” 


supplying “inadequate service.” 
Pan American noted that 
Eastern and. National Airlines 
had asked for a rehearing on 
the case now under review just 
last week. 
In a petition to the Board, 


the presidential press secre- 
tary want to hear more——?” 


“I WILL I said 
“But didn't the press secre- 
tary do anything to the as- 
sembied press but just come 
out and bubble at them? Didn't 
he say anything?’ 

“He said he had just had a 
personal conversation with 
President Eisenhower but was 
not at liberty to disclose it.” 

“Well.” I conceded, “That is 
undoubtedly fraught with 
something, but isn't it kind of 
a new way of getting news? 
When [| was on night police 
and asked the desk sergeant if 
they had solved the mystery 
of who swiped the pushecart, I 
wouldn't have felt he was fully 
communicative if hed just 
bubbled at me.” 

The copyboy fingered 
stubble on his chin. “The news- 
paper business has moved 
ahead since your day. You just 
asked questions and printed 
the answers. If you didn’t get 
answers you came bac* and 
said there was no story. Today 
we interpret people's expres- 
BONS 

| can see where I am be- 
hind the times.” I admitted 
humbly. “Journalism has wun- 
doubtedly marched into the 
frontiers of emotion. To be a 
newspaperman today it isn't 
enough just to have a medical 
degree. A Washington corre- 


grant that,” 


the 


Pan American stated: 


spondent, to be even half-way “The very date of the filing— 


equipped, should carry a 


applications for this profitable .. 


at a time when the Board could! 


you won't go unpunished for 
mess youwe made... 


up to be parents, 


some day you ‘ll grow 
too! eee 


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Rivals Curb Competition, 
Pan American Tells CAB 


not possibly act before the ar- 


accused National and Eastern gument—shows petitioner's ploye can receive full state job- 


lack of good faith ... 


“They s@ek at all costs to 


ican from competing with them prevent the certification of the industry. 


one applicant, Pan American, 
which they know will giye them 
really effective competition and 
. will put an end to the . 
waiting lists” on planes 
Miami. 

Henry J. Friendly, Pan Amer- 
ican attorney, said Pan Amer- 
ican alone can properly supply 
added service from New York 
to Miami to make sure vaca 
tioning northerners can find 
space in the busy winter season 

The Board is now in its sec- 
ond day of a hearing on re 
quests by seven carriers to sup- 
plement present service on the 
Miami-New York run. 


pencil, a stethoscope, and a 
psychoanalyst's couch.” 

“Yes.” murmured the re- 
write man. “The penicillin has 
become mightier than the 
scoreboard.” 


THE YOUNG lady, who has 
become angular from doing 
the “woman's angle,” declared 
that it is sound journalism to 
go by a man’s expression be- 
cause the face is the mirror of | . 
the soul. I muttered that there 
were, of course. distortions. 
but she ignored me. She hates 
me anyway 

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tell you here’ ” 

“Or ‘A stall—you'll heve to 
see Leonard Hall.’ ” 

The secret agent who 
delivers the press releases 
from the Central Intelligence 
Agency came in and said we 
should try to interpret the 
facial expressions of the ° 
Democrats, too. The desk man, 

a rocklike Republican, de- 
clared the Democrats aren't ‘ 
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These Days 


A Herring Out of Water 


THE HERRING is a lowly 
fish that usua'ly stays out of 
politics Maat es, kippered, 
marinated. Bismarck - .. how- 
ever you like 
the fish. it has 
become a ser! 
ous problem 
in internation 
al relations, 
particularly to 
the United 
States. Once 
before I knew 
of the herring 
in politics and 
that was in Sekeisky 
China where 
the salt smugglers imported 
barrels of herring from Hol- 
land. threw the fish away, per- 
mitted the brine to evaporate 
and sold the salt for a good 
price. There is nobody who 
knows better than a Chinese 
how to turn a by-product into 
é profit. Also, there is the cele- 
brated red herring of Amer? 
can politics which is not a her 
ring at all but a figure of 
speech going back to the good 
ola days of the Yankee pea- 
dier 

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troubles us most is the 


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that is caught by the fisher- 
men of Iceland. Unfortunately 
the United States is not a tre- 
mendous consumer of her- 
rings, not even when they 
come pickled in white wine in 
tin cans. But the Russians eat 
enormous quantities of raw, 
salted herrings which go very 
well with vodka. A chew of 
herring and #ip of vodka is 
an excellent appetizer. 


SO WHILE the presence of 
Americans, with their heavy 
pocketbooks, produces an in- 
fiation in Iceland, the Russians 
come along and buy not only 
the herring but any other fish 
the Icelanders may have. The 
Russians have a trade agree- 
ment covering the subject and 
it has been made to apply also 
to Poland, East Germany and 
Czechoslovakia, countries that 
are large herring consumers. I 
have known people from those 
countries who could not start 
a meal without first having a 
piece of herring. 

Iceland-Soviet trade is boom- 
ing, the Russians taking about 
28 per cent of teelandic fish 
and selling petroleum at a rea- 
sonable price to produce «a 


President’s Power Curbed 


On Overseas 


Air Routes 


Tnited Press 


The Senate Commerce Com- 
mittee voted yesterday to re- 
strict the President's authority 
over overseas air routes 


It approved a measure which on U. S. negotiating teams for 
would eliminate the President's overseas routes or foreign car- 


authority to approv§ or disap 
prove Civil Aeronattics Board 
decisions on air routes to or 
within U. S. territories 

It also would limit his author- 
fty to review CAB decisions on 
air routes to foreign countries 


or foreign airlines permits in A group of newsmen who have 
this country to cases involves studied at Harvard University 
under Nieman fellowships to- 

State and Commerce Depart- day announced the formation 
ment spokesmen opposed the of an association to promote 
in the South, be 
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trade balance. When two coun- 
tries exchange products on a 
fairly balanced basis, their 
friendship is likely to develop. | 
The Icelanders found the 
Americans useful because Sick” oir te heasa 
their economy was strengthy | open 

ened by the import of Ameri- | ana 

can dollars, but they also ex- 

perienced an inflation because 

the Americans made goods | ations. 

scarce by purchasing too much, ‘men tin ormation on Defense —— 
by paying higher wages than is | MER) pelciss ana. Pat information tc 
normal for the country, and |Conéres end the public 

by tending to introduce the | 

American standard of living | 
before a country is ready | 
for it. 


THE RUSSIANS employed | 
trade to make the United | 
States unpopular in Iceland. | 
It is a method for neutralizing 
a strategic base. Of course, |i 


if the American would eat a | nec 
herring a day, we could prob- 

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Thursday, July 12, 1956 


15. 


Jobless Pay Bank Adopted by Ohio; 


Unemployed Make Withdrawals 


COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 11) ceived pay, in addition to state; proved by James Tichenor, ad- 


|(®—The state has approved an jobless benefits. 
‘individual income security pro-| 
| gram for jobless workers, which| from this fund must be deduct- 


'will overcome objections raised ed from state payments. This 


Ohio ruled that payments) 


ministrator of the Bureau of 
Unemployment Compensation, 


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plan rejected by Ohio voters | The auto industry contracts 


‘last year. provided that 
| Beman S. Pound, chief of the ber of states would have to 
Unemployment Division of the agree to pay furloughed em- 
Ohio Bureau of Unemployment) ployes full benefits, without de- 
Compensation, revealed details ductions for payments fram the 
of the new plan today. company Ohio refused but 
| State officials here said the| enough states agreed to put the 
iplan is a new development in contracts into effect. Modifica- 
management-labor relations) tions were made to permit Ohio 
and may have “far-reaching so-|Ford and General Motors to 
cial implications.” They said receive additional company 


this program would get around! benefits but none from the) 


the various state laws, which state, after the third week of 
were a stumbling block to the unemployment. 
_adoption of the GAW (Guar; The key word 


in ineel 


anteed Annual Wage) program against the GAW contracts in| 


included in the United Auto Ohio and setting up the new 
Workers contracts program was “remuneration.” 
The new plan sets up a bank-| Pound said the law provides 
ing account for each individual | that any remuneration a laid- 
ys the money to be with- off employe receives from his 
rawn by him only during a’'employer must be deducted 
rien of unemployment. At the|from what he could receive 
same time, the furloughed em-' from the state. 
Union and management at 


less pay benefits the Eaton Manufacturing Co 


Under the GAW plan nego- and the Pittsburgh Plate Glass 


tiated by the UAW and the auto Co. got around the “remunera- 
the company made tion” stumbling block by set- 
payments into a trust from ting up individual accounts for 
which furloughed employes re-\employes. The plan was ap- 


——— ee 


_Tke’s Intention to Run 
Pleases kurope’s Press 


LONDON, July 11 @®—Euro with Mr 

eB nr oy Brews d wel-isaid. “They hope to couple 

com resident Eisenhower's : 

decision to seek a second term,|™!*- Nixon's supposed lack of 

but expressed duubts about his Popularity with the unstable 
ihealth of a man they are al- 


Nixon,” Volksgazet 


; : lident.’ 
Malik Says He's ) The West German Socialist 
An Ike Booster iNeve Ruhr-Zeitung said the 

LONDON. July 11 & Vice President's qualifications 


Seviet Ambassador Jacob |*** ‘™portant to Europe “be- 


‘cause the leading role of the 
ae ts — My for Prest- | United States has become more 


~ sharply stressed as a result of 
Have you heard the ‘the Soviet switch from cold 
news?” asked Russia's em- war to economic competition.” 
voy to Britain as he swept | the Swedish liberal Dagens| 
into a party last night. Nyheter expressed belief that 
Heads turned his way. (the President chose to run “be. 
aiaan os Fy Moscow cause he regards himself as a 
cement. » |man with a duty... to unite 
“Senater Knowland, ’ 
oth ie Sn tt the leading democracies and 


overcome the differences be 
nounced that Ike is g0iME (tween the big-power blocs.” 
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Russian press 
Presi- 
The conservative London 
dent's friends at home and 
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but added that 
“a nagging doubt remains.” 
“The Republican Party has 
treated the President's illness 
with such a nauseous degree of 
ruthless opportunism that sus- 
have inevitably been 


aroused " the Telegraph 


added 


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President who must take 
things easily can exercise the 


which the 
(of American Govern- 
runs down . 
“Secondiy—and this point 
cannot be balked—there is the 
question of who would succeed 
Mr. Eisenhower if he was in- 
capacitated in midterm. Mr 
Nixon is not. in the eyes of 
many, a person of the same 
caliber.” 

The Beigian Socialist Volks 


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adopt in the coming campaign 

“The Democrats have drawn 
up their campaign plans on the 
assumption that Mr. Eisen- 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
14 Thursday, July 12, 1956 


Widow's 
As VA Weighs Pension 


has steadily 


So far, she still hasn't heard invasion of Sicily, 
from the Veterans Administra- Seine neeiiil it 
rs. Stephenson's pred 

tion. And the financial situation ment involves legal knots of 

of Mrs. Stephenson, whose New York lew which both the 

hero-husband was killed 13 District Court here and the VA 
years ago last Tuesday in the are seeking to untie 

When Lt. Cmdr. Richard D.) 

a _ en, 31, a 1935 graduate 

Naval Academy, was 

Rr on the Sicilian D-Day. he 


Sunburn Pain Disappear i his wife and three minor 


Smooth Tan Emerges ii \» pea rr. siemen 
Without Peeling or Blistering 


monthiy support of the chil 
dren. The widow's compénsa- 
led Sperti® 
burn 


By Morrey Dunie 
Bitaft Reporter 
More than six weeks ago, He 
lenita K. Stephenson asked 
the Board of Veterans Ap 
peals to restore her war wid- 
ow's pension. 


tion stopped Noy. 16, 1946, when 
‘she married Francis M. Hine in 
New Rochelle, N. Y.. But the 
bovs support increased to $40 
each per month 

She lived with Hine until 
1949, although during that pe 

od he would disappear for 
weeks at a time. She learned 
in 1954 that Hine was subject 
to strokes, seizures and attacks 
of epliepay. 

On June 27, 


fortable ten. It°'secal 
fyintment. Does not at 
Ruy Sperti today 

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doing so, he applied New York 
law, since the marriage took 


Plight Deepens 


visit te Communist China, 

- | Nikolags Kitsikis, a leftewing 
© | Deputy said here today. Greece 

mémbers representing all par-| ' 

ties in the Greek Parliament as not recognized the Chinese 

will leave Aug. 25 for a month's Communist Government. 


die 


Greeks to Vi 
ATHENS, July M—Nin 


Tydings, Butler 
Fire First Shots 


Assoctaied Presse 

Sen. John M. Butler (R-Md.);mous report from a non-parti- 
\and former Sen. Millard Tyd- lg States Senate com-| 
mittee made up of Republicans | 
lings, who hopes to ca that po public 
title Aone cia th pe =. and Democrats alike which 

g e v found in 1950 Mr. Butler con- 
‘ber election, have fired theiducted a ‘despicable, back- 
first pot-shots of their Senate street type of campaign in- 
campaign. | volving false photographs, 

It all started Monday when edie be : ete 

| | ngs also note e Na. 
ithe National Committee for an tional Committee for an Effec- 
Effective Congress announced |tive Congress includes as mem- 
a $500 contribution to Tydings’ bers George R. Donahue, prom- 
campaign. It said further aid inent Catholic layman ; Dr. 


‘ . ; or. | 
would be given Tydin Francis Sayre, dean of the Na-| 
os bee Cathedral in Washing-! 


| Sen. Butler yesterday said “onal 
the organization was “primari-|'0": Dr. James H. Pike, dean of | 


ly interested in left-wing poli-|t®¢ Episcopal C athedral of St. 
cies - John the Divine in New York. 
“lf I received a contribution and such other “patriotic Amer-' 
from that outfit I would send it |*©4"5" as Elmer Davis and Ar-) 
back,” the Republican senator ©hibald MacLeish. 
commented. Tydings said they “need no 
A Butler aide, elaborating on defense from me for the type of | 
the Senator's remarks, said the ridiculous antics my opponent! 
fact that the committee is sup-| has indulged in.” 
porting Sen. Wayne Morse (D- 
Ore.) as well @s former Sen.) 
'Tydings was indicative of its! 
left-wing” leanings ) 
Then, Tydings issued a state 
ment in which he said he was! 
“very amused” at Butler's de-| 
scription of the committee as a 
“too liberal organization.” | 
“IT am sure,” the former Sen- 
ator said, “every Maryland citi- 
zen will have @ hearty chuckle 
upon hearing Mr. Butler com- 
ment on the subject of cam 


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MRS. STEPHENSON 


Today’ 


Events 


Events scheduled for today 
(asterisk denotes event is open 
to the public): 


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Charleston, w.vo. 86 min. 


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place there. The annulment wa@s tender Band. Grivan Theater, & . = 
“ab initio.” or from the begin-| “Travelogues. Roosevelt Center, & pb. m 


HOMOGENIZED 


paign donations, coming as it 


ning, and completely wiped out 
the oj, ‘mafriage in the eyes 
of the Ia 
Nirs 

the VA 
his was 
District 
which 


Refre ie 


withor it 


Shenbennen then asked 
to restore her pension 
denied by the VA 
Office in Philadelphia 
held that the fraud on 
Kirkiand based his de 
ree was not recognized by the 
ht of New York legal au 


Oi; 


which 


veig 


MnHoerity 
1O | In the last few veara, Mr« rived in Poland to visit coal 
i'Stephenson has made ends meet ™Nes and see the living con 
é‘ ditions of Polish miners and 


iby working as a part-time in 
‘terior decorator and by receiv 
jing financial helo from Navy 
Relief and her husbands An 
napolis classmates 

One classmate, Attorney Ar 

ur FE. Tarrantino, also repre 
sented her in the VA fight and 

29 presented her case 

Board of Veterans Ap- 

npeale The office of Sen. John 

iKennedy (D-Mass.) asked the 
IVA to expedite its decision 

| R. L. Jarnigan, chairman of 

i the appeals board, said on Tues 

day that her case is still pend 

He said his office turns out 

1000 decisions a week 

that the Stephenson case 

had been sent to the VA's Gen 

eral Counsel for an opinion, a 

procedure in about one of every 

4500 case« 

General Counsel Guy F 
Birdsall indicated a report 
ishould be ready soon. 

According to Jarnigan, Mre 
| Stephenson's claim could be re- 
lected for a reason other than 
ithat given by the Philadelphia 
office 


given an opportunity to dispute 
the new reason. Jarnigan 
agreed this would mean an- 
other delay before a final deci. 
wr is issued 


Then, he said, ehe would be 


Although Jarnigan esaid the. 


| law does not provide for eppeal 

from his agency's ruling, Tar 
|rantino said he would carry the 
case to court if the decision is 
acainst Mrs. Stephenson. Mean 
while, she is still waiting. 


Baltimore Engineer 
Named Miss Airpower 


~ | Associated Presse 
Joanne Alford, 24year<ld 
aeronautical engineer of Balti 
more, Md... today was chosen 
“Miss Airpower of 1956” by the 

Air Force Association 
Miss Alford, a 1955 graduate 
of Purdue University, is an 
engineer at the Glenn L. Mar- 
tin Aircraft Plant in Baltimore 
She will reign as queen of the 
Air Force Association's 10th 


eaey Aug. 145. The contest’ 


| 


annual convention in New Or-| 


| was open only to women pilots.; 


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Benneker Gommunity G0€8 only five years after Mr. 
Butler's last campaign mana 
ger, Mr. Jon Jonkel, was in 
dicted, tried and convicted of 
violation of Maryland corrupt 
practice election jaws for mis 
handling of donations and im-| 
proper donations, ) 
“It seems,” Tydings added 
‘that my opponent is going to 
try to distract the Maryland 
voters’ attention from the real 
issues of this election by any 
means no matter how absurd. 
“Mr. Butler must run on his 
record which includes a unani 


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: > ee iY : — 7 i Jefferson Liquor Store 
: << (Sa * ee ' = — S905 Geercia Ave SW 


af learnt 


ely y ‘ of , <a : as : * y ‘ . - ‘ 4 A y < ‘ : . , _ a = » te the finest RAndeloh 46-1016 
FANS AT GREAT SAVINGS U/l. aa epee pecial 3-day sale! Just to introduce yo : 
an s sy ee // ‘ CO ee ae ~*~ 2 ; straight Kentucky bourbon vou ll ever taste “Heaven HEAY Mudrick’s 
al {| 1414 tvving ©. VW 
7 j Free Parting 


o ‘ ny ‘ ; ; ; . 7 ae 4 - 
9 a Tw asemen ; ; AS : ) , 
4 $34 95 7 f ai >.. 5 Hill ‘ee charcoal filtered and aged io periection im ine 
etels 7 > ™ / : a om > + . ° . — — 
¥ wv Exha $24.95 ; , ee a, A\- 3 best tradition of the great bourbon country.  @ 2a NOrth (-ce08 
you I! like if irs a |» , for the heat mint julep vou ve 


3 hi ’ W , e 
$30.95 , ae 14 Bi ee ever tasted, Get “Heaven Hill” today at our regular price a pitein 
RA he $3.58 a filth—plus beautiful l2-oz. highball glass for , S12 Wiscensta Ave 
$30.95 ii tee : ) oe Se | ab, Gessects Ree. 
; be ti ~ iMersen ¢-#858 


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Speeds $64.95 a he Bb S : THURS FRI. & SAT. ONLY! 
wi aS TIS | is | “7 
Discounts On Air Conditioners « | ; ee 


Famous Make 34 Ton, 72 AMP $189.95 . | 4 | 
Sameus Maha % Ton $164.95 OR he ~*~. “Bourbon Brook” “Kentucky Pride” Queen's Liquers 


1784 Piertée ore ww 
i” Pior.vdse 


Famous Make | $189.95 a Bae = Straight Kentucky | 6-Year-Old Straight B= = 


Cliften Li 
ray Be “a V9 
Cor Chepian Sts 


CAMERAS OF ALL KINDS .. . PLUS “TWO-FOR” SPECIALS ON FILM .. . STOCK UP FOR VACATION SHOOTING COtumbia 5-2080 


$1.85 K135-E135 20 Exp . 2 for $2.94 $1.00 K 828 2 for $1.47 $1.29 #31 Polaroid 2 for $1.96 
2 135 34 Exo 2 for $3 92 $2 40 - mrmn Roll ’ y* p aid FULL 
135 20 Exp 2 ter $1.22 Kodachrome 2 ter $3.63 oe 2 for $2.35 omet Liquor 
‘Sc VP 120 and VP 620 2 for 64c $4.65 8 mm Mag Kodachrome , /> @41 Polaroid 2 for $2.64 OT. e. par 2 band 
$1.2 120 and CU 620. 2 fer $1.96 in process 2 for $7.50 >'.98 #42 Polaroid 2 for $2.94 ; mo 
84 Proof 


= Dixie Liquer Stere 
oi!” Ms N } 

‘ , prosue Aey Bridge 

t Famous the World over for ADams 4.7715 

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DISCOUNTS ON GARDEN TOOLS COSCO TABLES AND CHAIRS a 


$3.55 Spading Fork $2.37 (Lamit ntities In Asst. Colors) .. “Whiteside” 
ridge Chrs. 2 for $11.95 amaasiert t pat Superior Quality 


$2.40 Bow Rake oe $1.74 8 ig y ° 
$2.20 Prona Hoe $1.47 “ f I $8.95 100 Yo 
$9.55 Warren Hor $1.70 ey Ng step ot $8.95 


'Sand ’ ss ans 
: | ndcman Pen Somme Ate 
$2.10 Garden Hoe $1.40 || Lh LI19S Folding Step Stool... $7.95 IMPORTED it an 
$3.00 Torf Edger... cl. same Peet 95 Posture Back Step Stoo! $11.95 Ry yt 


$2.75 vator Jencuue My = tabl $6.95 oy Seen ie 1 
$2.25 Curved-Tooth Rake......$1.90 | i \ o OP witriet 2-238 
$3.30 Garden Shovel.........$2.20 | ' 

$3.75 Garden Spade . $2.50 $19.95 Men’s Plastic $1.98 3-WAY | NOR THEAST 


$1.80 Lawn Sweeper.........$1.20 = tees FLASHLIGHT L _— 0" | 
..... $1.67 TS ve Weltman Liq. Dept. 
fifth 


Circle Liquers 


$2.50 4-Tine Cultivator ae 
$2.50 Cultivator Weeder $1.67 $ 95 98: WHITESIDE 
$2.45 Half Moon Edger 11 Brende® 

$2.10 “Eariess” Hoe . Button switches to red green or Scorch Wn! 
69c Weeder... Bie $29.95 Top Grain white light, eo scores o* 


B5¢ Trowel ate Cowhide 2-Suiter ; | ve ° 7 ‘ a! ee. 
59¢ Midget Cultivator 


65c Midget Rake rey eae $ 95 \ | 
$1.35 Dibble Planter 16 ¢:) : DIN "fears Ugo sere 


59c Midget Fork om wt hel izte Liqnor Stor ae ot. ras coal Fhe Calvert Shop Lincein 6-777? 


79¢ Midget Culti-Hoe a 
69c Midget Culti-Weeder JEWELRY DISCOUNT 


75c ‘Shrub Rake ve CLEARANCE 7 | - Hamlin Liquor Store 


mrt RT. Awe. WE 
69c Midget Culti- Weeder $25.00 Man's Birthstone Ring . Lawrence 6-100 


$16.90 
, Hee SWIMMING POOL SALE SOUTHEAST 


s. Ant Viny!-Coated Nylon 


Store 
SANDE MAN . oes 2 ey pve. NE 
B.A NOE! ivaee 6-1000 
ght 


of “a 


30.5 Proof 


» 


. - ‘ Anacostia Thrifty Store 
Magnetic, Suede Strap $9.95 yon} lew Of Kot 1208 Good Bove Re 55 


er hoes 7 te w Be $29.95 | 90 6x6 x12” | $17.30 “Senator's Club” — “Gerbrau LUdlew 42610 
fomatic, | lewels An 4 . 
“¢ $79 Matching ; — ES eee PENNA 
$55.00 Lady's Watch by Elgin 1 64750 a'xé’xI9 $31.00 ; ° : 
17 Jewels, Stretch Band. .$29.95 oe | agat pees tA | ay's Ft. Davis Liq. Store 
$9.30 Matching Slide ve. eS PREMIU PREPAIUM ae ats F* 


Power & Hand Mowers at Big Savings $890 4'x4’x8” $6.00 Li dliew 2-t4008 
$79.95 Foley 18” Scotsman*. $54.95 MODERN STAINLESS STEEL IN CANS Seemolinte babh 


$99.95 Foley 18” Deluxe $69.95 Fee Sees, Oe 

$109.95 Foley 20” Deluxe’ ...$77.95 gee peated epee ye po vi “Puente of PrecPorteas” 
. noe $49.95 $22 50 246-Pc. Service for 46. $92.50 $5.95 2-gallon Scotch Kooler. $3.98 Anvips Temes. Ave 8 . 

senye Fianeer 4 31.50 34Pc. Service for 8. $16.50 $9.95 Alum. 2-gal. jug with Spgt. $6.$0 x carbide 

$41.95 Pioneer 16° (Electric). .$27.95 . . , $9.95 


14.95 5-Pc. Cutlery Set in 1495 Mel Hoffman Gr 
$5.75 Resinite Sprinkler —s utlery | . “A be : Be A Queen's Liquors 
Hose—50 ft $3.95 $1.1 ncan Hines Ba ve Fue 


_* MICKOry Flavored. 10 Ib. Box 79% 
19.95 16° Hand Mower $13.95 KRUEGER 
$ . - Many Other Assorted Grills, Fuel, etc. PREMIUM 
$23.95 16" Clemson Mower. . .$17.50 at Close-Out Prices. 
$33 95 }7" Clemson Mow er $23.50 Jetterson Liquor Store deposit : | BEER IN 


' a ‘yee 
* aeyele engin 7 FULLQT.CANS § O%)272 5" 


FABER BENSON J) atcrcnn 25 35 Sm 


Washington's Discount Department Store - VDDD 14th St., NW. (at.R) AD, 2-4312 IN CANS : | 
ashington partm. , SEER | 3B for $1 cose of 12-3.95 
Open Daily 9.30 to 4; Thursday 12.30 to 9%; Sat, 9.30 to 3. Closed Monday, June, July and August Circle Liquors i ae 


ww F Vo wy wre 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Is 


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T huredey 


July 12. 195 14 


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10AM: 10 PM 


: Varnes 


| nationally famous brand-pe +f me ' " + 


— 


9” x9" %" 
This is a famous national brand 
tile—comes in beautiful, mar- 
We reserve the 
right to limit each customer to 
400 pieces. Sorry, none sold to 
dealers, builders, developers or 
commercial houses. Buy yours 


belized colors. 


at 10 a.m. today! 


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Were this the selling- season, all the prices you 
see below would be much greater. 
keep our selling force and workreom people 
busy we are offering off-season savings as high 
as 50> on carloads of famous make broadloom. 


This i is DuPont nylon 
and soft underfoot. Easy to clean. 
Decorator shades. ues 


This is only a partial listing of -well - over 


FIRST come. FIRST served! 


Sold as is! 


f aler 


—_—_—_ 


Description Was 


Grev 


Nylen Viscose 


3 99.50 


Rote 


Nvlen Viscose 


5 99.50 


( ecea 


Nvlen Viscose 


5 99.56 


Blue 


Nvyten Viscose 


5 99.50 


Geld 


Heavy Nvyien Viscose 


$120.00 


Grey 


Nvylen Viscose 


5 99.58 


Sage Green 


Heavy 


Nvyien Viscose 


$120.00 


Navy Blue 


Heavy 


Nvlen Viscose 


$1270.06 


Mareen 


Heavy 


Nvien Viscose 


5 99.50 


Beige 


Heavy _ 
7 


Nylen Viscose 


$ 99.58 


Biue 


heavy Cotten 


$168.00 


Sandal cod 


Heavy Cetton 


$216.00 


Rese 


Leop Pile Nvien and \ iscese 


$189.00 


Light Core 


en 


Heavy Cotton 


$173.00 


All Weel Veivet 


$431.96 


Nyten end Viscose Leop 


$248.00 


Heavy Nvien and Viscose 


$279.00 


Licht Blue 


Nvyien and Visecese 


$146.00 


Cot , 


Nvyien and Viscose 


$177.00 


Licht Gre 


oni Nvylen and Viseeese Heavy 


$705.00 


Reige 


11} Weel Twist 


S148.00 


(.rcen 


All Weel Le 


op Pile $459 60 


(rey 


Nvien and Viscesec (damaged) 


$775.00 


(.reen 


All Weel Twist 


$336.00 


Rew 


Cetion 


$175.00 


(.Treen 


Nylon and Viscose Leop 


$160.00 


(orev 


Nvien and Viscose Loop Pile 


$145.00 


(,.Treen 


Nvien and Viscose Loop Pile 


$270.00 


Re igs 


All Nylen 


&775.00 


f hareea 


Thick Weal Pile 


S180 00 


Be ice 


I 


Thick Wool Pile $321.00 


Sandalu ood 


165 
Make vour selections by number. 


quality 


Heavy “Nvilen and \ierese 


remnants. 


«erey 


Nylon and Viscose 


Blue 


Nylon and Viscese 


(rev 


’ Nyten and Viscese 


Creen 


Heavy Cotten 


Grey 


Woe! Reversible 


Green 


Weol Reversibie 


Beice 


Wool Reversible 


Sandalwood 


Heavy Nvien and Viscose 


Cee eee es et 


Turquoise 


Heavy Nylon and Viscose 


Beige Floral 


Wool 


Rose 


Cotton Pile 


Turqueise 


Loop Pile Nylon and Viscose 


Careen 


Loop Pile Nvyten and Viscose 


eRe aA er en 


Green 


3Piv All Weel Twist 


‘gigigh 


J 


ae 


C.reen 


3Piv All Weel Twist 


> 


j 
: 


C.reen 


Veo! Wilten 


Reige 


Loop Pile Nvion and Viscese 


- 
vw 


° 


—Turqueise 


Cut Pile Cotten 


Green 


Aut Nvten 


EN Sh 
S'SSis 


Grey 


All Weel Wilten 


ey 


Woodrose 


All Nvlen 


gh ” 
3I8 


C.reen 


Cut Pile Nvten and Viscese 


(rey 


All Nyion 


Green 


| Leop Pile All | Wool 


Green 


Cut minal Nylon and ay 


C-reen 


”" Thick Weel Veivet 


Beige 


Toop Pile Nylon and Vi 


Charceal 


Cut Pile Nylon and Viscose 


Reice 


Cut Pile Nylon and Viscose 


Cireyv 


All Nyten 


Selections of 4x6 and 404 rugs, $12.95 


iit 


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NATIONALLY 
\DVERTISED 


BRANDS 


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SMITH 


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Place your erder now—doen t xait—cask in on 
lou find every desireable decorator 
color, famous make, xeere end materiel —S ALE 


PRICED: 


In order to ‘ 
the savings: 


Shop carly for best selection. 


and viscose — 


Full rolls. 


reg. 7.99 stain-resistant brouiiaass 
Animal, food, ink stains come out of this carpet with 
any ordinary household cleaner. Beautiful selection 
of tweed patterns. Perfect quality, full rolls. 


req. 9.95 loop-pile broadloom 


Vylu’s Ankara Nylon by: DuPont a or Wtle 


with Viscose loop pile—doesn't show footprints 
or other impressions. Decorator shades. Per- 
fect qaulity. Full rolls. 


@yust four of 14 bergen burs 


NO MONEY DOWN 


6 to 36 months to pay 


DEPENDABLE SINCE 1935 


PENN CARPET Cit 


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Another Pay Raise 
For 1.500.000 Seen 
By Rep. Murray 


CHAIRMAN TOM MURRAY 
ef the House Post Office and 
Cwil Service Committee. ix of 
the opinion that the Congress 
approve, no later than next 
vear another general pay 
raise for the (Government's 
1.500.000 classified and postal 
er eves 


NAVAL GUN FACTORY: A 
top official there «iys no addi- 
tional employe layoff is planned 
a time He said the 
agency had an 8100-job ceiling 
and that the Navy may 
soon. He explained. however 
that the contemplated cut 
wouldn't result in a layoff as 
actual employment consid 
erably below” the ceiling fig 


“a ‘] 


fond 
. 


tnmis 


cw 


is 


t 
Es 


if 


where there is a shortage of 


RETIREMENT: Chai 
Philip Young of the Ch 
ie ( ommission 
the Administrat 
more tiberal CS ret 
togay s meet 
House (CS Cormrittes 
row the Admiunistrat 
standing pat on 
'" pey regirees gq su 
an additional $165 m 
benefits at no new cost 
employes. 


POST OFFICE 
have reinstated. at least tem 
— six employes in the 
New York post office whe were 
suspended on security charges 
The reinstatements resulted 
from the Supreme Court's ruil 
ing that confined the securits 
law to sensitive jobs Mean 
time. Post Office is awaiting 
clarification from the Justice 
Department on whet further 
action. if any can taxe in 
the cases which involve 
eral former top officials of 
AFLs Postal Clerks loca! 
there 

Henry J. Kaltenbech 
Signed as solicitor of the B 
reau of Publec a to return 
to private law p tice 
Bain of . otaathens is ue koe 
resident of the Federal a. 
_kaminers Conference 


will 
> © = k.. 
nae 


em st ; a 


ar 


. -_-—@& — 
is reported to 


-,\ 
*he 


- 


>) 


NLRB is secretary. 
Treasury's Bureau of Ac 

counts has given cash for sus 
gestions to Bette Brown, James 
Vv. Gray and Grece Hall. Beulah 
Danmgoisse has retired from the 
same agency Mary E. Pidg 
een has retired from Labor's 
Women's Bureau after 28 years 
of service . Margaret J. Clim 
tem hes received ber second 
meritorious job award from 
Navy's Ordnance 


REF. JAMES C. DAVIS ‘(D.- 
Ga) has called on the Civil 
Service Commission and the 
Defense Department to make a 
study of the wtilization of 
scientists and engineers in both 
(C,overnment and private mdus- 
tries with defense contracts 

The chairman of the Houwse’s 
Manpower Subcommittee said 
he was concerned ove 
induct res th eo 
ernment racts Ae 
robbing Peter to pay Pau 
eaid. “when we give them con 
tracts paid for wiih 
that permit them to hire 
best scientists and enginerrs 
away from the Covernment 
The least we can do is to insist 
that they be certain that they 
really need the ones they al- 
ready have 


3085: UL. & Informa‘ion 
Agency is hiring layout and 
design artists, $6399 to $7570 to 
start. Send applications toe its 
personnel office, 1776 Penney! 
vania save. nw. . Navy has 
epenings for budget officer 
$7570. and tabulating machine 
operators, $3175. Call Liberty 
56700. branch 42873 ... Civil 
Service has an exam open for 
male correcticha!l officers. $3670 
, Naval Proving Ground at 
Dehigren. Va. has a continuing 
need for statisticians, matbema- 
ticians, physicists. electronic 
scientists and engineers, up to 
S8000 to start Send applica 
tiens to its office of industria! 
relations . 


“ 


con are 


-¢ 


‘art monevs 


the 


Planned 
means earlier 
“takeof(.” Save 
here! it pays! 


savings 


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Tiwes Feral’ 


% ity Life 


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PICTURE PAGE 


AMUSEMEN 
FINANCIAL re 
' 


THURSDAY. 


JULY iz, 


1936 


- = 


19 


The Gespel and a Tackle Werk on a Ledge 


Minister Prays, 


Pleads With Ex-Airman, 


Then Saves Him From 10-Story Leap 


Ps ‘2 


‘See Rill Gold's co - 


Pied 

| praved all 
before | did it 7 
. 


he time 
was praerime 


=e spoke sae ™ 


= 


whose own life lan zg 


of he epee * 
Sanger 
~crete 


<terd > 


a man 
eras great 
above ta 
{wrle #2 
Lalliing on ana = 6the 
gospel, the Rew. Edvard F 
Lewis saved 23-year-old Donald 


Ewis 
. eth Geds beip 


2 farmer 3 rman fe 
Harder, Mich. fre 


Seaman 
Ben: on 
suicide 

“Tt seems like « Cream.” the 
soft-spoken 35-year-old minister 
said. “| remember jumping for 
him. and then that struggling 
body. and trying te beild 

Mr. Lewis was sleeping 
the neat white parsonage nex! 
Lnmion WMethedict (Chu 
when 2 ud kpocking swank 


-” 
«+ 


be) 
rf 


"nf 


shere sporearms'© 
>" 
om the iedgr 

For 33 mipguies te Sie 
pleaded and prayed. 

“He teld me pet te cogpe near 
him or be woald jams” Mr 
Lewis recalled | ached bee 
7? be trusted me. He saad be 


sons gared hs 


ret 


rr eo 


teld bie God loved bam 
than be treated of be 
would oot heve reaucsied « 
ministe’ And que.ed from 
the Scropture umts me 
ali we that leber and are bear 
laden. and I will give you rest 
ihm the wore ied had 


_—— 


gratitude 
ate te beip the ber.” 

But for the slem@er. serious 
,youRst caurcemen te io i 
not ever yet. He bowes te coum 
sel the youth “with permissses 
of doctors’ a D.C. General 
Hospital where Seamese & 
uncerge ng 36day ofertvstion 
ens rencernesd , ad 
=a" ‘hat be gets 
aad sou Wr 


_— 
aru" 
™~ are 


* v4 yy 


| -_ r-« 


_ia . 2 


700 Aeres eon HReck Creek 


= Planning Group Approves 
i2- Mile Montgomery Park 


Br Raloh F. Rethowcks 


ee? Seer 


elaberste 7 
center sone 
Viers Mill 


Plans for an 
acre recreation 
Rock Creek ear 
Village were approved yester 
day by the Maryland National 
Capital Park 
Commission 


The center, sections 6 and 7 
of tie Commission’s planned 
regional Stream Valley Park 
ong the creek. SL extend 
two miles from Garner and 
Viers Mill rds. te the owtsksrts 
of Rockville 

The park will include «a sia 
dium seating G&D persons 
parking spece for 3609 saute 
mobiles and several baseball 
Giamonds. tennis courts and 
abins for overnight camper: 

Ir rearhe< te 
par l be dammed 
\akes 7 
arger (Fo F roRrT abewt A 
acTes each and will be equipoed 
with dGdocks and «a boethouse. A 
smaller iSecre wke @& De 
made a bird sanctuary 

Part of the money for 
acquisiticen of the land is ex 
pected te come from Feders 
Capper-Crampten funds The re 
mainder of the money will come 
from the sale ef bonds 

Commission Chairmen Car! 
ton E. Pyles said much of the 
land has already been pur 
chased. The remainder of the 
land and a beginning of the 
development of the buge park 
may be financed from a $195 
million bend issue the (om«mus 
310m plans to seli this month 

Bids on the bonds wil] be 
offered July 24. Of the proceeds 
Si million is earmarked for 
Montgomery County parks 
cluding the Rock Creek center 
S000) for perks im Priece 
Georges County: $210009 for 
the construction of Lettie Falls 
Parkway between Bradies 


Deadline Near 
On Property Tax 


-. pper af 
reek wv 


os 


x the « 


rTea'e Teo 


=F . 


the 


Personal property tax return 
forms for the Gecal year of 1957 
have been mailed to al! taxps» 
ers of record and must be Sled 
before July 31. 1956. the Dis 
trict assessors office 
yesterday 

Returns postmarked after 
July 31 will be subject to a DD 
per cent penalty for lete Gling 
Tax forms and assistance mer 
be obtained at Reom 2171. Mu 
nicipal Center, 300 Indiana ave 
nw 

Owners of tangible persona’ 
property held for sale or rent 
or weed in a trade or business 
fle returns weless the 
owner has betty exemptec 


. : 
mus 


Today's Chuckle 


The Texas tycoon rushed 
the airline demand 
ing 

“Gimme a ticket 

aie? 


=r - 


termina! 


ssked the 


and Pianning 


m= . 


reported ~ 


boulevard end Siver ri sad 
the remainder for the Comms 
sens oew efice balldes iz 
Sniver Soring 

In another erties westerdas 
the Comemmiesen recenmed cal 
propesalis wior® would alter tie 


twee meath=s age and Sua ap 
proval ts set for July 2 
The plane is 2 compreteasive 
survey of the area work recom 
mends the locaton ef schools 
regeemal and iecal parks and 
wmaller recreatoom cemters 
steal grepesead ‘tet 2 
cre regeenal park soecth 
Le be efiumemnated from 


Toe 
ss 
of Roark. 


- « 


oT ane = ‘tn Te Derk 2 Ome 
the Ednor 


Varro we;* P-gp > 
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Intelligence 
and other Federal 
outside the Capital City was 
scored yesterday the 
Senate Appropriations Commit 
tee. 
Frank G. Addison 
rity Bank of Washington presi- 
dent. said the District would 
die if it lost its Federal payroll 
through one move alter an 


Central Agency 


buildings 


before 


Jr.. Secu 


‘other. 


| 


Speaking for local bankers, 


he urged Senators to reconsider 


the $49 million request of CIA 
to build at Langley, despite a 


'slated House vote cn the funds 


today. 
‘prevented from 


: 
: 


2 


Phote by Larry Kretve 
| 


Deeelé Seaman. Th. ts comforted by an aembelance at 


tee@ent after bis rescue yesterday br « minister. 


| doubted 


Agency heads should be 
setting such 
in the present 
fashion, Addison 


building sites 
haphazard’ 
declared. 

Sen. Carl Hayden (D-Ariz.), 
Committee chairman, rsked Ad 
dison to draft legisiation out- 
lining a “badly needed” uni 
form relocation procedure. The 
draft ought to be aired before 
Senate-Hiouse Public Works 
Committees, he said 

“Why cant vou 
CTA im the District” 
nis Chavez (D-N. VM.) demanded 
of Ageney Director Allen W 
Dulles. Chavez said he was 
thinking of the economic life 
of the District 

“After all, these people can't 
vote and we have a responsi- 
bility to them,” he added. 

Dulles said the Langley lo 
cation would free congested 


huild te 
' Sen. Den 


| District streets of autos now 


driven to 40 different CIA quar- 
ters in the city He said he 
that the Fine Arts 


——————— 


D.C. Presses 
For U.S. Aid 
On Schools 


The District forwarded 
Cagte! Hill yesterday its plea 


ie 


°n 


fx ns tae pend még 


s309"N 
Federally ummpected school aid 
jeg ws'atio7 

The Board of Commistsoners 


\erete Sea Lister Hil! @-Ala) 


that it is “strongly recommend 
ed that the House-passed legis 
istien be amended te include 
the District of Columbia. Hill 
= chairman of the Labor and 
Public Welfare Committee that 
bas the measure before it 
“Tt is the Gem belief of the 
Comanisssoners that the Dtstrict 
of Columbia should not be 
barred from ebtaiming financial 
ausistance uoder such laws if 
the District cam meet the tests 
of eligibility.” wrote Commis 
emer Robert E. MclLaughiin, 
Seard chairman 
Hal bes sald be would urge 
bos commuttee to seriously con 
coverage for the Destrict 
The measure would extend 
two expiring laws that provide 
Gaemciel assistance for schoo! 
im areas where 
activitves have caused 
om infuse af children of Gov 
erement empioeves and provide 
fund: for maintenance and op 
these socalled fed 
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Sea Repo er 


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Saterday of the Navy s veteren 
voice. Radio Arliegion. for 
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the tales of his own errentrw 
by wimg of a tree bouse 
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with almost every tap of N AA's 
serdimg &ry 

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slightly more than four decades 
been loaned for the ex 
hibit by the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution. the Henry Ford Museum 
and the Navy's own archives. 
unciude the Freed-Eise 
mann meutrodyne receiver, the 
Grst radie im the White House, 
slaced there in Warren G 
Hardicg « time 

Ona wew aise will be De For- 
ests Grst vacuum tube, Thomas 
& Edison's original teletype 
orinter. and more than 3O other 
items guaranteed to delight the 
Teteran ter hnmiciar 

Actua) hw NAA 
worlds first radice 
mg adepted that terminology 
ac k the dass when simi 
ar establishments were known 
as “wireless stations Over 
ts OOeewatt transmitter st 
eoced at midnight last June 
” Navy Secretary Josephus 
Daniels conducted the first 
leng distance radiotelephone 
conversation with officers of 
the USS. Nebraska, cruising 
off the Virginia Capes. in 1915. 

most familiar landmarks 

re its three steel towers, the 
Largest 600 feet tall, which came 
Gowen im 
te another fast-growing indus 
try—aviation. Originally sched- 
uled to be bailt of concrete, the 
@efooter wpe reared in steel 
after petrietic Navy Orass pre 
tested «= would detract from 
Washington s own 555-foot shaft 
eof masonry on the Monument 
aeeeendin 

Parmers across the country 
regulated their working day by 
the time sigepais issued about 
every tee hours by NAA. These 
eomgirate new from Annapolis 
The “Navy said disposition of 
the buildimg and grounds. the 
latter cace a slice of Fort Myer, 
nas not been decided 


have 


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1949 out of deference’ 


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Separate Sewerage System 


Independent 


Drainage, 


Planned in Southwest 


The District 
decided 
penmden’ seu age 
and storm water should be con. 
structed in Southwest Washing- 
ton in connection with proposed 
redevelopment there 

The decision for independent 
systems means an expefiditure 
of about $1.5 million more than 
f a combined system were 
maintained, according to San 
itation Engineering Department 
Director Devid V. Auld. He es 
timated total cost for the inde. 
pendent systems at about $48 
million. 

With 
Auld 
flow 


( ommissioners 


yesterday that inde 


systems for 


independent systems, 
said. no sewage would 
into Washington Channel. 
Dut instead all will be carried 
ior primary and secondary 
treatment te the District's sta- 
then at Blue Plains. Contracts 
for $6 millhon expansion project 
at Biwe Plains are expected to 
be let within two weeks, ac- 
cording to Auld 

The Southwest now has com 
bined sewage and storm water 
mains. with result that. in 
the course of the vear. about 
2 per cent of the sewage gath- 
ered from the Southwest drains 
mto the Channel during rainy 


tre 


'weather 


Navy's Veteran Air Voice 


Special Rites to Close Radio Arlington Saturday. 


a 
a 
” 
ual 


Becky Jean Batler, 4. daughter of Engine | 
makes believe — 
someone's listening as she talks inte the | 


man i/e William Batler. 


In general, Auld said. the «x 
isting mame under Southwest 
streets will be used for storm 
sewers. 

Auld was hopeful that the 
multimillion-dollar grant fea 
ture im the recently enacted 


‘Blatnik water pollution contro! 


bill will help the District in 
solving its pollution problem. 


Parolee Held 
In Robbery 


Charles H. Bennett, 25. 
lil 7th st. se.. 


listed 


at was arrested 


by police early yesterday for 


vielation of 
later identified as the man who 
held up a Alling station on 
June 29 

Bennett's car was searched 
and a 32-<caliber revolver was 
found beneath a seat. Detec 
tives remembered that a gas 
station at 2398 Massachusetts 
ave. nw. had been robbed of 
$5 by a man armed with such 
a gun. Bennett was identified 
by an attendant at the station 
He was charged with robbery 
and held under $7500 bond. 


allow the 
proposed block construction to 
go up within District bounds 

Sen. Henry C. Dworshak (R- 
Idaho) lashed out at Dulles for 
putting up a Pentagon- type 
building at one site 

“Is that where your employes 
are going to find out what hap 
pens in Russia—in lush quar 
ters beside the Potomac?” 
Dworshak snapped. The old-line 
Republican indicated he'd pre- 
fer a better camouflaged office 

Prince Georges County dele- 
gations led by Rep. Richard 
E. Lankford (D-Md.) put in a 
bid for another site near River- 
dale, at Edmonston and Good 
Luck rds 

Access to the Langley tract 
demands $8.5 million be spent 
to extend the George Washing- 
ton Memorial parkway, Lank- 
ford noted. He said CIA em- 
ployes could reach the Prince 
Georges land on present roads 
Hie was backed by Frank M 
Ewing, president of the Prince 
Georges Chamber of Com 
merce; and Dr. T. B. Symons 
chairman of the Chamber's 
(iA committee 

Rep. Joel T. Broyhill (R-Va 
testified that most of the Lang 
ley residents wanted the build 
ing. But one of his constituents. 
Roger Fisher, a Langley resi 
dent, submitted a petition of 
opposition signed by 700 of 
his neighbors 


Fisher warned committee. 


jmen they would have to spend 


$20 million on approaches to 
Langley before 
through. Also opposed to the 
Langley location was Neill Phil- 
lips, of the Progressive Citizens 
of Georgetown. 


In Georgetown 


Judge Rules 
Alley Land 
Gift Proper 
a. 


District Court Judge 

McGarraghy ruled yesterday 
that the District government 
jacted properly in accepting a 
gift of land to widen a George | 
town alley and permit construc- 
tion of alley dwellings 

His ruling was made fn a suit 


‘brought by 21 residents of the 


area near Orchard liane nw... 


‘which runs east and west be 


tween 30th and 3ist sts. in the 


| block bounded on the north and 


south by P and Q sts. 


Attorney John J. Dwyer con- 


tended the District illegally ac- 
cepted a strip of land 16 feet 
wide, which would bring Or- 
chard lane to the required 


parole and W&S width of 30 feet before houses 


could be built 

Assistant Corporation Coun 
sel Hubert B Pair said the Dis 
trict had authority to accept 
the gift and McGarraghy said 
he agreed 
Furthermore. 
said, widening of the alley 
will not only result in pub 
lic use. but will result in bene 
fit to the general public.” Res 
idents who brought the suit 
said their property would he 


McGarraghy 


‘imiured if houses are built on 
Orchard lane 


Flu 


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By Charies Del Veochic. Stal! Photographer 


first radio telephone transmitter bullt by 
Lee De Forest. She saw the equipment at 
Radio Arlington yesterday. 


they were) 


Joseph 


ill Conferees Reach 
sreement on Terms 
f ‘Transit Franchise 


Before Senators 


CIA Relocation 
Hit by Banker 


“Haphazard” relocation of the*Commission would 


Meet Again Today 
To Plan Action If 

CTC Stockholders 
Reject Chalk Offer 


By Richard L. Lyons 
Stall Reporter 

Congressional conferees 
agreed yesterday on terms 
of a franchise under which 
O. Roy Chalk could operate 
District transit 

But they sed ~” 
Pp. m. today leaving unsettled 
the more controvefsial question 
of how to assure transit service 
after Aug. 14 if Capital Transit's 
stockholders turn down Chalk’'s 
offer to buy the company. CTC's 
franchise expires on that 
date. 

The District Commissioners 
recommended providing in the 
franchise bill for a standby 
authority to take over if the 
stockholders turn down New 
Yorker Chalks deal. 
conferees are opposed 
public authority. 

One proposal 
ask CTC to continue operating 
until January, if necessary. 
when Congress would be back 
in session. Another has been 
to let the Commissioners crant 
a franchise to another operator 
if CTC turns down Chalk's 

13.540. 000 offer. This would 
open the wavy for S. J. Solomon 
who lost out to Chalk at last 
month's CTC directors meeting. 


30-Day Extensions Asked 


All this becomes academic if 
CTC’s stockholders approve the 
sale to Chalk at their Aug. 3 
meeting. 

But another question is 
whether the necessary work, 
such as title search, can be com- 
pleted in time to transfer the 
company to Chalk by Aug. 15 
if the stockholders do approve 
it. The Commissioners have 
recommended extending CTC’'s 
right to operate for 30-day 
periods up to three months to 
keep transit moving in such a 
situation 

Rep. Oren Harms (D-Ark.), 
ranking Howse conferee, said 
he had been assured by CTC 
officials that CTC would con- 
tinue to operate while the trane 
fer is being made 

Chalk said he 
could meet the deadline 
were given a franchise 
diately. 

Harris said conferees made 
some changes in the Commis 
sioners’ franchise recommenda 
tions, but that most were clari 
fying rather than substantia! 
One change was to broaden the 
grounds for which the 20-vear 
franchise could be revoked, 
Harris said 

A group of eight Washington 
area civic group leaders wrote 
the conferees yesterday urging 
them to provide for a standby 
public authority. They also 
asked for changes in the Com- 
missioners’ franchise proposa!s 
to assure adequate service in 
Washington and oearby Mary- 
land. 


Urge Conversion Hearings 


reces until 2 


House 
wo a 


has heen to 


thought 
if 


he 
he 
imme- 


The group urged that conver 
sion of streetcar lines to buses 
be ordered only after public 
hearings: that the new com- 
pany be ordered to freeze cash 
or post bond to assure it can 
finance the VT-vear conversion 
to an all-bus system: that con 
ditional relief from real estate 
taxes and statement that earn. 
ings of 6% per cent appear fair 
be struck out of the hill 

Signers of the letter were 
Cuiver B. Chamberlain. 
sel for Citizens Transit Im 
provement Association: Fred 
W. Gast, treasurer of the Prince 
Georges County Civic Federa 
tion; Walter Kingsbury. vice 
| chairman of the Interfederation 
Council: Frank B. Sherry, vice 
|president of the American Fed- 
eration of Government FEm- 
\ployes; George Spiegel, con- 
‘sultant to, and William P. Sul- 
ilivan, chairman of, the publie 
| utilities committee of the Allied 
i\Civie Group of Silver Spring; 
Edward Wilcox, public utilities 
‘committee chairman of the In- 
| terfederation Council, and L. 8. 
| Winnemore, public utilities 
icommittee chairman of the 
|\Montgomery County Civic Fed- 
jeraticn. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST - TIMES HERALD 
1) Thursday Jule 12. 1956 


Alfred ores ~ 


Attorney, U.S. Aide 


On Aug 1. 1926. Mr 
mack entered the office of 
vath. de 
Wood. He bec 
the firm in 1935 
as a4 member of it and suc 
firms until his death cxcept 
a period dur World 

Shortly after Pear! 

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orma 


Alfred McCormack of Green- 
nh. Conn... for many years a 
partner in the New York law 
firm of Cravath. Swaine & 
Moore and formerly director of 
intelligence the Military in- 
telligence Service of the War 
Department and Speci A ssist- 
ant to the Secretary State 


Wik 


and 


wire a tive \4 


a 


the 


Military Intell 
1944. In t 
ne 


FRED McCORMACK 
-- former Intelligence Director 


ees 


ac a 


cned 


mm we 


ia On 

+ ed 
Fiske Stone 
Justice of 
Supreme ( 


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CAPITAL TYPES #18 


Md. County 
Set to Start 
Desegregation 


sie p 'TO@« Al 
ae ‘ ounty 
said details 


etiect remain 


LOW aT 


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a comp 
c 


COM 1LeeC Slalec 


sth Tepe 

The acti 
yesterday 
weeks @ 
by the Wash 


on Lt hy ced late 
by 
announcement 


ington Archdiocese 


anr 
followed 
similar 


several 


WTOP RADIO 


AT BROADCAST MOUSE 


$245 


Complete Funeral 
Yes. Chambers has been first fer many years because 
with ws you cet the best for the least amount of money. 


Nowhere can vou get all the services witheut charge 
above the cost ef the casket. Be sure with Chambers. 


Other complete funerals $95 te $2000 
@ Complete grove opened and closed—$69 
In Case of Death Cali CO. $-0432 


WW co 


@NC OF TKE LAPGEST UNOERTAAESS iv TE #OF 


Me Me ln Re a Le Be Lpchlingte 


om 


the Department of Agriculture 


today 


Met or- 
CT? 
Cersdorfl, Swaine & 
ame a partner in 
ntinued 
rs*or 
‘or 
War il 
Marheor 
aT 


States Roads Commission Phote 


University of Maryland Bypass to Open 


This aerial view shows the 24 bypass of ben at Il a. 


Lniversity lane. which will divert traffic 
from the University of Marviand campes. 
Gov. Theedere KR. MeKeidin will snip a rib- 


Shirley Hwy. 6G. W. Potter, 
Widening Hits Served U.S. 
Snag on Cash For 44 Years 


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req { 


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trucks using 


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ensus 
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Mr. Potter 


as 
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cid val offices 
the or tie had been mas 
: of ti Petworth | odge No 
agon nigh priest of the Petworth 
and’ MRovyali A hapter and master 
roads ignhntwood Council No 


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the Penta 


leaves 


TT? rac 


A Siep 
Piney Point 
ters. Frances Pot 
and Ressie Duff 
and a brother 


: also of Pontotoc 


son 


Lolior 


am 


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Lt. Virgil A. Barron 
Funera 
sil A. Bar 
- (-Uard officer, will 
the Uni versity/2+ @ m. Fri 

met her Chapel. Bur 
ngton Cemetery 
Lt. Barron. 5A 
while visiting the 
old friend, ¢ 
Radio Flectri 
ey 1314 Ariing rf 
a. | Barr 
attack of coronary 
During fh 
tre bast suarad 
ved ne © 
(cadem New 


wervices for LI 


Vir 

a retired Coast 
held at 
Myer 
in Ari 


Laure ron. 
be 

in Ft 
be 


tended say 


ere she 
Evans graduated 
1887 
» 1860 
wed in 


ial will 


ry 
; 


died Sunday 
home of an 
mrad Chief 
yn Brad 

Alex 
suffered an 
thrombosis 
19-yeai career in 
Lt Barron 
oast Guard 
London, Conn 
mpanied cedet 
classes training « Lt 
Barr prepared handbooks 
describing the ports to be vis 
ited to answer cadets’ ques 
tions. He was an assistant to 
the superintendent of the Acad 
emy 

After his retirement in 1048 
Lt. Barron became interested 
in magic as a hobby. Before 
coming te Washington he had 
attended a magicians’ conven- 
tion in Miami. He lived in St 
Petersburg but spent much of 
his time traveling about the 
country 

Surviving are two brothers. 
John E. of Bayside, Long Island’ 
N. ¥.. and Newton C., Briar- 
Funeral services will be held cliff Manor. N. Y., and an aunt, 
in New Bern. Josie Beron, Bayside. 


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ang three 

, niece. 

Connec- 


two grandchildren on 
great-grandchildren 
Beth ©. Wenriweh. 3701 

iye« 


ticut ave also survi 


Renah Connor Moore 


Mrs Renah Connor Moore 
mother of Ernest G. Moore. 
an Agriculture Department offi- 
al here. died Twesdaw at her 
home in New Bern. N. C.. after 
a long ilimess 
Moore. 776 Old Chester 
Bethesda. is head of the 
information division of the Ag- 
rcultural Research Service in 


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m. Monday te open the road. 


The $1 million read is expected to divert 
about 98 per cent of the 11,000 cars and 


the campus road daily. 


W.M. Watson, 
Service Head 
Ot Auto Firm 


William MeKechnie Watson 
54. general service manager 
Lustine Nicholson Chevrolet 
5710 Baltimore ave. Hyat 
ville. died ves 
terday at Prov 
det Hos 
lived at 
(,eorgia 
Silver 


ne 


a 


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tal. He 
12916 
ave 
spr 
Mr. Watson 
was operated 
on for hung 
cancer about 
eight months 
ago. He and his ss) watson 
wife. Kathryn. 
returned Tuesday from &@ vaca- 
on in his native Scotian 
Born educated in 
| Ww Watson m 


Necot 
grated to 
i War Il 
was corm 
in 1 ‘ana 
fomot er 


and 


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representa 
i ven Or 
Great Britain in 
Last 
after ti 
came to L nited 
lie served first as zone 
manager for the Pack 
ard Corp. in Cleveland. He later 
occupied the same post in the 
Washington are 
Mir. Watson became associat 
ed with the Lustine Nicholson 
Chevreiet agency in 1952 as 
general service inager. He 
that up to the 


ry % 
fi ; 


tive in charge 
(anada and 
the Middle 


Shortly 


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Wat the 


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son 
ates 


service 


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position 
s death 

hie belonged to t 


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Pre 


le eaion 
} ine 


sbyvterian Churc! So 

ciety of Automotive Engincers 

ana the Argyle Country Club 

Besides his widow, Kathryn 

Mr. Watson leaves a daugh 
Deborah. of the homo ad 
dress. and a of 

New Jerse, 

‘uneral services will be held 
Saturday at the War- 
Pumphrey funeral 

home, 8434 Georgia ave. Sil 

ver Spring. Burial will be in 

Parklawn Cemetery 


1) 


'P : 


Douglas, 


ner 


Amy Kh. MacMaster 

KK. MacMaster, 71, 
government worke!l 
unexpectedivy Tuesday at 
ngton University 
a 


>] 0 


4 ry) y a 


retired 
died 
George Wash 
H 


al 


ospita follov 


heat 
\ st 


ing 


stroke. She lived at 


nw 
Born Elizabeth, N. J., Miss 
MacMaster was a 1915 grad 
uate of Bryn Mawr College. 
Pa. After graduation she owned 
operated a giris’ tutorial 
mmer camp for several years 
camp was located in Suna- 
N. H. for some time 
the early 30s Miss Mac 
came to Washington 
she did research work in 
government. She 
worked at various times for the 
Library f Congress, the In 
terior Department and the De 
partment of Labor. Miss Mac 
Master retired about six years 
ago 
Surviving 
Mrs. Irving Stewart 
ter, Va. and Mrs 
Benedict, Chatham. N 
brother, Ronald K 
ter, Elizabeth. N. J 
services and burial 
Flizabeth on Friday 


are two sisters 
Glouces 
Benjamin 
J. anda 
MacMas- 
Funeral 
will be in 


Col. Royal E. Phillips 


Funeral services for Lt 
Royal Ector Phillips, 42 
ular Army officer. will be held 
et 3 op. m. Friday in the Ft 
Burial will be in 
(emetery 

Phillips died unexpect 
Monday at the Pentagon 
a heart attack. He was 
chief of the Ordnance Chem 
ical Section. Logistics Branch 
of the National Guard Bureau 
here. Col. Phillips, who lived at 
2604 Farm rd. Alexandria. 
came to Washington in Feb 
ruary after attending the 
Armed Forces Staff College in 
Norfolk. 

Born in Winston-Salem. 
N. C.. he received an engineer- 
ing degree from North Caro- 
lina State College in 1935 
That same year he married the 
former Elizabeth Underwood 
of Roseboro, N. C., who sur- 
vives 

Besides his wife, Col. Phil- 
lips leaves a son, William R.. 
and a daughter. Lynn S&S... both 
of the home address, and his 
jmother, Mrs. Theodore O. 
Phillips of Winston-Salem. 


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Ariingt or 

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Jule 16 
tna 


Karl Findley og. noe yeas, 
Dies; Edited 


Air Journal 


Earl Nelson Findiles 78, | 
editor and publisher of U. Si 3 
|Air Services, a monthly avia-| 
tion journal, died yesterday 
morning in 
‘Emergency 
Hospital after 
a heart attack 
He lived at 
3051 idaho ave 


ee ] 

Catholic 
an io «a.m 
Interment Coagreenenel Deaskere 


BEANE. DORSEY RICHARD. On Tuee- 
Gay. July 10. 1956. at his residence 
3808 RSEY RIC 


Genevieve Flynn 
L Beuyer. Sister Mary 
Harriett A ae 

ad Willem F 
Roser and pm 
from the ~e yt are on Saturday 
July 14. at m ence to SI 
Anos —s "Church Wisconsin ave | 
anc Yum at where requiem | 
mass will be ‘eitered” “108m in-| 
terment Mount Olivet eangegs Reia- 
tives and friends invite: 


or oe 5) tb ‘eon On Tu 
id DAVED W TLLTAM 


brether of 
ads. 


the Annunciation. beth st ~ Ry 
peeses ave. ae. Ms wy = s 
a be ered > Priends 
Ons "Katives in’ ited 
Hil) Cemetery 
POTTER. GEORG 


interment Cedar 


Ww Tueeda’. 


in 
Ohio. 
Findley 
first worked in 
the subscrip- 
Gon Cepert wa Findley 
ment of Ency- 
clopedia Britannica } AEOR 
Cincinnati In 1900 he joined raun nC , “a a 
Lockhart iron and Steel Co Davi 
Pittsburgh In 1903 he was 
assistant genera! sales manager 
of the Lake Superior Powet 
Co., Saulte St. Marie, Canada +~y 
From 1904 to 1808 he was with our iver 
the Parson Manufacturing Co.) "" *""™ 
in New York 


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ize in aviation-writing in 1908 5 - PYLES. LOTTA VIRGINIA. On Tuceder 
He was a reporter on the old| Fi,” f° 22" tO soo Bs. Delores LBtrA® yinoiyrh a oe 
New York Tribune for a time ne 
In 1916-17 he was a reporter for 
the New York Times. Sunday} 
Magazine 

In October of 1917 he was 
commissioned a first lieutenant 
in the aviation section of the 
Army Signal Corps. He rose | Good Move 
to captain before the end of aay. duis at 108 
World War | while on duty .. Park Cemetery, =~ 
with the information branch of 
the Army Air Service. Before 
leaving the Army he was asked 
edit a military aeronautical 
magazine 

rhe first S. Alr 
Services appeared in February 
1919. and the monthly journal 
has been published continu 
yusiy since then. Mr. Findiey 
became owner and publisher of 
the magazine in 1925 

Mr. Findley met Orville and 
Wilbur Wright in 1906. He 
covered the first airplane 
flights ever to be seen in New 
York 

He married Gertrude Murray 
Train in 1906. She died in 1940 
Mr. Findley was a member of 
the American Legion, the Army 
and Navy Club and the Post 
Mortem Club 

Funeral services will be held 
at 10 a. m. Monday in the Ft 
Myer Chapel. Burial will be in 
Arlington Cemeters 


Mrs. Zanoff. 
Wite ot Photo 
Studio Head 


Mrs. Samuel Zanoff, 67, wife 
of the production manager of 
Harris and Ewing Photography 
Studios here, died Tuesday at 
her home, 8409 
Grubb rd. Sil- 
ver Spring 
She had been 
sae wet alle] deat Winaceae ap terusiess. Hter-) 0 2415 Garand, 
ment for some 5 
time 

Mrs. Zanoff 
came to the 
Lnited States 
from her na 
tive Latvia in 

Mrs. Zanoff 1908. She was 
married in 1911. She lived in 
the Washington area since that 
time. Mrs. Zanoff has been with 
Harris and Ewing for 35 years 
Hie has been production man- 
ager for some 15 of those 
years 

Besides her 
Zanoff leaves 


BRISCOE, aa A. (nee Seer 
Succdcen li 


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Rose Koenick, 2605 Span le os _ 

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liam Bicksier, 
retired ‘Railway 
died Tuesday at the! 
Nursing Home in 
Loudoun County after a heart 
attack. Until his last illness. 
Mr. Bicksler lived in Hern. 
don, Va 

Born in Herndon. Mr. Bicks 
ler was an express messenger 
on the Washington & Old Do. 
minion Railroad for many 
years. He retired in 1948 

Active in Herndon civic af 
fairs, Mr. Bicksler was a mem- 
ber of the town council sev- 
eral years ago. He was a char- 
ter member of the Supreme 
Lodge, Knights of Pythias. 

He leaves his wife, Ella B.. 
of Herndon: five sons, D. Earl, 
Harry J. and Eugene P.. all of 
Herndon; Martin V. Vienna, ‘ mas 
Va. and Norman H. Ajexan-| if 2? ys. | 4th ot "Rome 
dria, Va.; a daughter, Hazel B ; , at! ferment in Mays: ais July 12. In- 
Leathers, Durham. N. C.; 10 cancer BELEN on 
grandchildren, and six great R ae 
grandchildren 


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J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS CO. 
FUNERAL HOME, 
CREMATORIUM 

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U.S. Files Claim for Land 
Sought as Standards Site 


The Justice Department filed 
a deciaration of taking yester 
day for about 550 acres of prop- 
erty bordering Route 240 near 
Gaithersburg for a new home 
‘for the National Bureau of 
Standards. 


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The site location previously 
had been distiosed 

The legal proceeding in 
United States District Court in 
Baltimore. included a deposit 
of $325.000. This. said Assist. 
ant United States Attorney 
Martin A. Ferris. was the Gen 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIVES HERALD 
reinates Tharsdey, July 12, 1956 ad | 


eral Services Administration's | 


estimate of “just compense- 
tien” te the several property 
owners 

Congress has appropriated 
about $939 099 to acquire neces 
sary land and carry cet pore 
bminary engineering work on 
the project. Estimates are con 
struction wil] cost sheut Soo 
million and equipment about 
$40 million. The move may take 
five years to complete 

Ferris said the Gling geve 
the Government title te the 
land, although the eventual 
financial settlement probebiy 
would be set by trial before 
a condemnation jury 

GSA and Ferris listed the 


oroperty as F. T. Briggs. S. B 
Briggs, Otis B. Kent, John B. 
Diamond, Robert Chambers, R. 
Vv. Cower, Paul and Gladys Fine 


gan. J. A. Saunders, State of 
Maryland and William O. Dosh 


> FairfaxGroup Opposes 


Vienna Annex Petition 


More than 209 persons who 
ve in the area which the town 
af Vienna hopes to annex from 
Fairfax County yesterday asked 
Fairfax Circuit Court fer per 
mission te Intervene im the an 
nexation suit 

The suit ic now pending be 
fore the court. which is expect 
ed to set a date for hearing 
next Monday. Vienna contends 
” needs some 23 square miles 
ef lend aediecent te the town 
expansion. The town 
cave itt can provide municipal 
services to the area more casily 
than the coun ’y 

The petition bears Zl siense 
tures of residents and property 
owners who oppose the annexa 
thon They are residents lead 
Briarwood, Wolfirap Read 
Cedar Lane. Oakdale. Wedder 
burn. Oekridge. Woodford. Oek 
MacHenry Heights 


lemits for 


Porest, 


Kingsley Roed. Moidone Acres. 
Owelesa Road and Adaki Road 

Alfred F. Eure. speaking for 
a group of Briarwood residents 


satd vwesterday the snnexation. 


would work te the town’s ad 
vantage but prove a disadvan 
tage te county residents. He 
said under incorporation resi 
dents would pay both town 
and county taxes. He particu 
arty objects to a sewage treat 
ment plant the town plans toe 
build near his groperty 

Pure salt residents of his 
area hbawe deep wells and do 
net need water from the town 
ie fears Vienna officials 
sould allew erection of small- 
a subdivision m the ares 
«hich now hes lots of 3 to 
acres. He beliewes the county 
under its pending roning ordi 
nance. will protect the present 
characteristics of the area 


Senate Committee Acts 


The Senate District Commilt- 
tee will meet at 10-39 a m. Fri- 
day to act on about a dozen 
bills and five nominations 

The bills probably will in 
clude a measure te regulate 
and increase a! interest 
rates for pewnorok it bas 
not officially received subcom- 
mittee approvel, but indice 
thems are i will 

Also expected te go before 
the full committee is a bill on 
which subrommittee hearing: 
were held vesterday to increase 


Friday on District Bills 


Municipal Court jurisdiction to 
let it act on civil cases invoiv- 
ing up to $3000. The present 
limit ig $1000 

Nominations include John 
Lewis Smith Jr. te replace Ro> 
ert M. Westen on the Public 
Utilities Commission: Austin L. 
Sickling to replace retired 
Judse Armond W. Seott on 
Municipal Court. and John H 
Bernett. Godfrey L. Munter 
and Judge Frank H. Myers te 
al three sew domestic reise 
tiens judgeships on Municipal 
Court 


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Ivicted of concealing and with- payroll records from July 1 
‘ ‘holding cash receipts and dis-\to Sept. 10, 1954, and of con- 
led|cealing $1600 in assets “in con 
; udge Lawrence L. Fields, 35, for- operates a dry cleaning shop Ursement books, canceled 
For Navy J _ Bf mer president of the Kent dry 9" Long Island. Keech ‘Tos |checks, bank statements and'templation of bankruptcy.” 
Pei WE nwrnger ante ~ sah, |cleaning stores, received a sus- — a 1 to 3 year prison) 
oe |pended prison term and was | 


ington University Law School, ' Keht Stores of Washington 
Inas been nominated by Presi. Placed on probation for five were declared bankrupt in Sep-| 
| years yesterday for witholding tember, 1954. Fields was con- | 


Firemen. to Vote Today 
On New Promotion Plan 2:25 eggs sects 


Advocate Gen- 
eral. | 
Members of the District Fire-\recommendations of a special | The new board would inter-; ward has mond B. Keerh imposed the 
men's Association will cast which |View candidates/themselves and | been legal offi- sentence on Fields, who tell 


association committee 
votes today to express their superiors be-| Cet on the staff | 
preference in regard to pro | 


has been studying the promo-|thetr immedia of the Com- 


posed changes in the Fire De- tions system for several months aase recommending promotion | mander in N ; ; / 
partments promotion system Sutton and the association’s | *° Sutton. ‘Chief of the orodom In Prague 
The 800 members of the as- study committee have agreed| While Sutton propéses to Pacific Fleet VIENNA, Austria, July 11 #e¢ 


, * 
sociation’s Local 36, comprising |that the present promotional! withhold ratings of candidates f0F the last Prince Norodem Sihanouk of 
about two-thirds of the depart-|method, under which only 10) three and a Capt. Ward ‘Cambodia arrived in Prague to- 


ments personnel, have sched- per cent of the men taking pro-|-°* pesmerees Darere they lane half years. Senatorial approval 4ay from Moscow for an official 
uled two meetings today at the motional examinations can be|‘e written examination, the 4¢ his appointment would in-|Visit, Radio Pfague reported. 
VFW club, 1809 Rhode Island top-rated at 95 per cent, should association committee has rec-\clude promution to Rear Ad- 

ave. nw. The night crew will be abolished ommended announcement of | mural. om, on 


meet at 9 a. m. and the day|. Sutton’s chief recommenda-| pstings beforehand Ward is a graduate of West | INSULATION . 
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soc 121... RELSKA 


crew at & p. m tion would set up a qualifying) The association also has urged ern High School in Washing- | 
Kimsul, Rockwool, Fibreglas, 
Zonolite Th Most Honored Vodk 
@ World's Most Honor fe) 
RUCKER LUMBER 


They are expected to express | promotional examination. Can . . ton and of Georgetown Uni- | 
their views on a new system of | didates who pass then would go|!ssuance of ratings every six versity. He was graduated 
Navy in ; ; | 
’ | . Ww ) 80 and 100 Proof. Made from Groin by |. Reisky & Cle, Cockeyavilie, Md, USA. 
j 1320 Wilson Bivd,  JAckson 4-1234 long-gleaming 


promotions recommended to before a five-member board ofimonths instead of every two fram GWU Law School in 1935 | 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD Ward Nominated Kent Stores Head Put on Probation 


"*) Thursday, July 12, 1956 


| 
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District Commissioners by Fire! fire officials composed of three years, as at present. It also and taught there before a tour 
Chief Millard H. Sutton. They deputy chiefs, the fire marshal/has asked that ratings be made of duty with the 
siso are slated to consider the and fire drillmaster. by company commanders. be orld War Il. 


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THE. WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Thursday, July 12, 1956 Oo” 


Guitarist Eddie Condon, as he appears at the jazz treat in Rock Creek Park. Condon, 

who owns a New York night club bearing his name, is the only big name at the 

festival who doesn't give a solo—he’s too busy leading and playing with his all stars. 
The fabulous Louis Arm- 
strong, a twinkle in his 
eye, lays his hot lips on 
his sweet and sassy trum- 
pet. Fresh from a highly 
successful international 
tour, Louis is blowing 
them down as head man in 
the “Festival of American 
Music” at Carter Barron 
Amphitheater. 


— 


Beating out that rhythma 
on the drum, is Gene 
Krupa, billed as the 
“world’s most famous 
drummer.” The colorful 
Krupa, swinging out in his 
old-fashioned style, leads 
a trio on the outdoor pro- 
gram. 


— 


Modern-jazzman Dave Bru- 
beck, at the piano, runs 
through a number with a 
member of his quartet, 
Paul Desmond, on the alto 
sax. The festival is the 
first time the accomplished 
artists pictured here have 
appeared at the same time. 
The Krupa and Condon 
combos came here from 
the Newport (R. L) jaz 
festival. Benny Goodman's 
orchestra takes over the 
last four days of the festi- 
val Saturday. 


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“Stop teasing, Mr. Commissioner,” says lovely Joanne Holler as she reaches for the key to the city, eld by Com- Snug in their Maine ave. berths are the Royal Dutch Navy's Dokkum and Wildervvank, coastal minesweepers 
missioner Robert E. McLaughlin. As D. C. representative in the Miss Universe contest, Joanne willpresent the here on an unofficial visit. The ships, part of a fleet of 32, are partly financed by U. S. off-shore procurement 
key to the mayor of Long Beach, Calif., where the beauty contest will be held later this month. funds. The public will be permitted aboard the sweepers from 1 to 4 p. m. Saturday. 


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A leng-emoldering feud be- 


tween Fairfax County's Board 


lof Supervisors and 


the Plan- 
ning Commission climaxed yes- 
terday when the Supervisors 
decided to fire the Commission 
if they can find the legal means 
to do if 


|Execut 


| 
; 


the present 15-member commis consid 


|pointment of a new commission said “no.” 


The Supervisors told Ceunty 
ive Cariton C. Massey 
and Commonwealth Attorney 
Robert C. Fitegerald to draft a 
resolution by Sept. 5 to abolish 
to authorize the ap 


sion and 


amendment to the 
legal code of Virginia 

Friction between the two 
groups has increased since the 
present Supervisors took of 
fice Jan. 1. It was intensified 
by disagreement over the Me 
Hugh Master Plan 

The planners, 
months in making recommenda 
ition on the McHugh Plan, end. 
‘ed by submitting a plan of their 
own for residential land use 
which was unaccepttble to the 
Board. The controversial Free 
hill zoning amendment was the 
i'means used by the Supervisors 
ito force the planners into con- 
crete action On the McHugh 
plan 


under an 


to Fire 


terday which would abolish the 
planning commission. It passed 
by a 5-to-2 vote, with Supervi- 
sors James Keith and Stuart 
DeBell dissenting. 

Ovenshine proposed a new 
Commission with nine mem- 
bers—one for each of the sev- 
en magisterial districts, with a 
member of the Board of Super 
visors and the county executive 
also serving 

When asked by DeBell if he 
ers the present Commis 
“incompetent,” Ovenshine 
He said the two 
hoards have “lost confidence in 
each other” and added that the 
supervisors “can't lean on 
them as heavily as | think we 
should.” 

Members of 
Commission now 
gered four-year 


son 


the Planning 
serve stag 
terms. They 


who delavedtare appointed by the superv: 


sors to make specific recom 
mendations on all planning and 
zoning matters. 

Four months ago the super- 
visors took the first step in 
streamlining planning and zon- 
ing procedures when they 
stripped the Planning Commis- 
sion of control over the 20-man 
planning staff and ordered the 
staff's transfer to their own 


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Planning Group 


By Muriel Guinn 
Stat! Reporter 


BrickerCase Echo 
Senate Votes 


To Require 
Pact F ll-In | 


Trjet Press 

The Senate,in an echo of the 
fermous Bricer Amendmen 
fight, voted yesterday t Te 
quire the Fhecutive Depart 
ment to give the Senate a fil} 
in on intenational agree 
ments. 

The Senate could fe 
the agreements. Bul the meee 
ure for the fy time were 
let the Senate Khow wheal = 
such agreements 

The legislate, which nee 
goes to the Souse, wet imitre 

uced bw Se@rate Repwbiicen 
Leader Willien F. Aeewland 
(Calif.) to obtyimn eome form «7 
Senate action this year on the 
Bricker Ameriment recur 

The bill werld require the 
Secretary of Sate to send the 
Senate the tett of any tuber 
national agresment within @ 
davs after tt tas been entered 
into with a foetgn ceuntrs 

The measur would not af 
fect treaties, wnirch require for 
mal ratification by the Sensir 
Executive agreements. wsual 
secret, are pect entered inte 
bv heads of govemments There 
have been some tharges Pres 
Gents have weed enecutive 
agreements as asubsetitute for 
treaties 


THIN 


ternetiensl agreemnents ex de! Sem John W. Bricker (R-|“the problem will not be solved 

Ipectioar lew a cai ae whe has _ the fight | until a constitutional amend- 
Tre Admomretranen a constitutiona | 

on me stand en Ghe mew ver om tie treatypmaking powers, | ™en" is pessed making ¢ ener 

een heweeer and Semate Dern called the new measure “a step that the Constitution is su- 

ecratar leaders heave refused oe op the right direction.” preme over any treaty or inter- 

call r wp fer Getnoe Bricker said. however, that’ national agreement.” 


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Bricker Amentiment te limit 
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Challenges Other 
Waxes fo T 


hu 
rry 


Supervisor Richard P. Oven 
shine offered the motion yés 


jurisdiction. At that time they 
said they were unabie to get 
recommendations from the staff 
without their being “tempered 
by the Commissions judg 
ment 
On other matters the Board 
Passed a peeping tom ordi 
nance with a maximum penalty 
of $300 fine and 30 days in jail 
(warded a sewer contract for 
$167.182 in the Lincoinia area 
Agreed to revise the roning 
ordinance bar the issuance 
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areas for construction of filling 
stations restaurants motels 
auto repair shops and other in 
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Her mother and step-father, Mr 
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The driver of the car, Robert 
Ee. Walter, about 30, of 
Marviand ave. ne., 
ported in serious 
. after an emergency 
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According Trooper J. C 
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times. All the vie 
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The Senate confirmed 
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vesterday. Hansen succeeds 
Stanley N. Barnes. who was 
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| The Alexandria school sys-;the total state appropristion summer, the Beet dip agreed 
jtem will receive an increase of would be $597,000. Williams t» sent om gpg me Zone Plan _ 
Surprise Liquor Bargain Bie Board was told last)the city's rage Hl ben tne (Chasies Sime Eienes, Tt Bast Silver Spring Cith y} 
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Stalker Retires, Nash CBS to Quit Making (orn ms» 


OF SE Ae ster Sources close to Studebaker- 


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By S. Oliver Goodman ~ NEW YORK, July 11 #—The Columbia Broadcasting Sys. nes 
Financial Editor oviet Challen e Ry A we - tem today decided to discontinue the sale and manufacture of |. 1), = SOTRSSEENS See fer 
| e @«.@ By J. A. Livingston , . J : other two weeks. 
Appointment of Richard H. Nash as manager of the Willard c radio and television receivers through CBS-Columbia, its ra; Meanwhile a 30-million-dollar 


Hotel. effective immediately, was announced yesterday’ by dio and television manufacturing ‘division. | grou 
+ OF The action wds announced? Tee to ie Sees Bon 


Charles L. Ornstein, general manager of the Abbell Hotel chain. | vii ; " ft) | banks falls due again tomorrow 
Nash succeeds Douglas Stalker, former vice president snd | roy ganda Value iit Exposition - by William S. Paley, chairman | 50 Milli "a It is ed a $45 mniltion loan 
ho retired?-— te am se : ' | li ‘ome 
a S health. Bt eee te os (Third of a Series) jtogether under the banner of|large enough to %uild an all- of the board of directors, end) : _ a arranged soon after the merger 
ee =o | : ..»|Marxism~-Leninism, symboliz-| Frank Stanton, president of the) Now Saving Stamps of = btudebaker and Packard on 
ported convalescing in Florida. Business Increases SO PROUD are Communist): oun ° os ‘new, modern industrial plant| &- P Oct. 1, 1954. 
: be ing the unity of agriculture and parent company, after the regu-| aTL_LANTIC rN : 
Nash comes here from the On Md. Toll Bridges Party Leader Nikita S. Khrush-|industry: a man and a woman|°™ scratch, a plant such as ; ne ” ¢ the CBS! Jul NTIC CITY, N. J., 
: , Mad. | stry; ren ar mon meetin | ; J 
McAllister Ho- » “ chev and Premier Nicolai A.\at work side by side, indicating *®e half-billion-dollar Fairless ope create lian ate: wy bt UNS)—The National 


tel in Miami, & Maryland toll bridges are | . , —_ : board. | Premium Sales Executive 
Fla, where he enjoying ever-increasing pros- |Bulganin of the Soviet Union| equal rights 7 ny ae ease Eye sengy® 0 a ne No reason for the decision, ©!¥> was told last night that 0 OU ve 
my |when you see women on con-| Morrisville, Pa, Hence, govern- | some 50 million U. S. women 


. neral ty. the Stat ‘om. |Agricult ural goer . \, ) 
aa bo er. A mom Dy phn ga ba, land Industrial = |struction jobs lugging brick,,.mentowned and * government-|W4s given in the brief an- are now saving trading 
veteran in the | O'Donnell, who heads the |Exposition on | |righting timbers, or spreading financed industry becomes es-| nouncement. | stamps issued by merchants 
motel field, tol facilities department, said |the road to Ye pivase” “cual ightr seduce: fectaal weanen iar Soviet Hus| , THe announcement said t he| in nearly every feld of retal 
has 9.120.592 vehic! . |rolsiav out wehy , | trade. The estimate was ma 
an oe eed be 464 oo “rane the’ Chien side Moscow, ‘tion for all, depicted by a young Sia’s arsenal in the battle for eg: te — pe a he by William Preis. wine Lape 
" Montreal. peake Bay, Potomac River |that they man and a young woman walk-|men's minds, hearts, and self-|*“*ure o e other S manu- Stop and Save Trading Stamp dj 
5000 a 
Teletype ribbons? 
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the King E4 | and Susquehanna River |whisked Mar- ing into the future, books in/interest. The chart says: Social- facturing divisions — Columbia) Corp. of East Paterson. N. J. 
ward in Toron- e bridges in the ninth months |shal Tito to a ihand. Finally, you see a statue ism succeeds, see ' Records, the record and phono-| He estimated that at the 
to. the Adol- Nash ending June 30. This was a |private view- P of men debating. Meaning: Self-| A Nove, long a specialist in graph manufacturing division;| present rate, the industry is 
phus in Dallas, _ 6.9 per cent increase in rev- jing the day @ 4 government—people participat-|the Soviet economy and just CBS-Hytron, the tube and semi-| headed for a billion-doilar- 
and Webster Hall in Pittsburgh.| enue and a 3.6 per cent in- jafter he  ar- ing in making laws! ‘recently assigned to the British|conductor division; and CBS a-year mark in the near fu- 

He is also a past president of | crease in traffic over the same [rived in Mos- fiyingston | Here all the glories of com-| Embassy at Moscow, has writ-| Laboratories, the research and ture. 
the Pennsyivania. Montreal and’ period of the previous year, |cow. It was a munism, the achievements of}ten an article in Lioyds Bank) development division. | 
Hallas Hotel Associations. Mrs.| he said sunny day. Tito suggested to| people under socialism are Review, in which he suggests) Although CBS issues only a 
Nash and their three children! _ ees Khrushchev they take an open/sung. As for capitalism, bah! that Soviet industrial prowess,|-onsolidated statement show- 
will come to Washington this) i car and then, stroll around the|Backward and outmoded! Anj|“although still well behind thei, the profit or loss for the 
autumn, he said HCA president recently re jifair grounds. “You'll walk out eye-catching chart, centrally United States, may reach Amer-| entire broadcasting system, en or 

The Abbell chain, which ac- turned from a six-week over-'your legs,” said Khrushchev. (displayed, depicts how much/!c@s present industrial output with no breakdown for individ-| 5 
quired the Willard in 1946, also seas trip Sonnabend also said No exaggeration, that! This ig | faster production has grown) by 1963 jual divisions, the consolidated’ 
operates the Paramount in New that HCA had been approached 4 permanent showplace of eS — under) THE FURTHER implication, 'teport for 1955 says in part: R k f I] 
York City, the Stanley in Colo ce garding possible acquisitions munist achievement. It's on a eted | hold lett wright on though Nove doesn't go so far,’ “CBS-Columbia was faced oc e e ers 
rado, the Summit in Union- in Latin americe Among six World’s Fair scale. Individual ~ roby itere's ehaie n- * OD) is that by 1975 or 1980, the So-|with product difficulties early 
town, Pa. and the Alexandria American hotels operated bY buildings, reflecting native) 75 ee ry: viet Union, by maintaining its in the year and failed to oper- 
in Los Angeles HCA ts The Mayflower of Wash-|<nirit and architecture, house |INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION present expansionary pace, will/ ate profitably.” | T - 

ington. The chain W&s Of-\the products of each of the 16) ad — surpass America. “The west,”| crs ‘ ™ Ai n eXas ea 
Filderman Honored ganized earlier this year and blics which make up the/ . Socialist Capitalist | ovs Neve, “f 1 - Ty SS ee oe 
, tenor y repos , | Year Countries Countries ("275 “OVE, ‘aces & really se™'TV manufacturing business! 
More than 200 friends and Tect ntly Teported “outstanding|Uy. SS. R. There are spacious ious challenge on the economic/|june 15 1951 through a mer-/ DALLAS ' 
| progress” in the—first four jawns, a man-made lake, and; 1937 .... 100 100 front.” It's a special and limited) per with Hytron, Inc. which 2400.2 sm Wiener Artiagios 


business associates paid tridute +) wat 1950 191 7 
ta Mike Filderman at a dinner ™om™s of operation as 4, high-spouting fountain. A ov. ee 147 challenge, but a serious life-and-/}.4 4 manufacturing division Downs 3-D ranch yesterday be 
Air-King Products./came a part of a multimillion- 


celebrating his fiftieth birthday @"" building is devoted to indus-| oe pee — ~ death challenge, in which the progn a 
: . . ST nos orT . A . 4s 7 » ’ q . 
and thirty h , 7 ; trial machinery. Slogan: “Tech-| . <t ab Soviet Union has chosen thei, . . : 
P an a. 8 Who's News nical development depends on| 1963 201 179 weapons |The sets were named CBS-Co- dollar Fort Worth-Dallas area 
year Mm tue SP ‘ 1954 342 176 ) _|lumbia, and a subsidiary com-'industrial district development 

pliance field Robert J. Weigle. former(|the development of the lathe Jte L America is the land of capi-) sn. sot y | . _ 
ee. —_ Thus, in 17 years, Socialist talicm W duce fo on.| Pay p in which five Rockefeller broth 

mn is @)\ sales manager for several appli Barns are kept fastidiously ro Ma F ane ‘ 249 nt baasomer+ CS pevuse . om) On Oct. 28, 1953, the subsid-/ers have a large interest 

ance firms here, has joined'clean by big-breasted farm rg ‘ton wee “ote ~ ioe sumption. The Soviet Union,jisry was made a division of William Zeckendorf. New 
Amana Refrigeration, Inc., as'women. There's a show ring for a production ithe land of supposed socialism, CBS. The first complete line York real estate man announce. Want an easy, single source for ' 


Corbon paper ribbons? 


Orange reproduction 
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ealer develop. bulls. horses.| VetsUs only 76 per cent for cap-|produces for productive and’, : . 
. re ‘< a judging prize — . italism. From 1950 through)military strength. It concen- of radios was not produced un- ed the brothers—John 3rd, Nel- e!! your reproduction requirements? 


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cows. sheep, and the bigg St, 1954 the gain is 179 per cent trates its power. We disperse. til December, 1955. son. Laurance. David and Win 


fattest, and probably the most ~ . ' , 
. er Versus 20 per cent, spread out, ours. An evernag- . throp—had joined in developing rn | 
an ihe o se just pa ‘sae ging question for us is: Can ne Anaconda Also Cuts the 5000-acre Wynne Zeckendorf 4 
se 851i us if 7e@ > ~ : : « | 
een. he — gn Fee THIS HAS tremendous do both—keep our guard up. NEW YORK, July 11 (NS)— project. He said it was the first STOTT 
ee See ea ,| propaganda value home and yo ri ’ wg; time they have made a major CHAS. 6. & C0. 
acti\ in the manager of the ing returns—too much feed for abroad it tells the Russian yet raise living standards Anaconda Sales Co., today re 1 estat ‘ t off ae 
| anage! t] q , ' ; > 5 . we real estate investment off Man 
appliance field; Washington q too little food value. But that's people that they're getting Answer: We've no choice. We duced the price of copper hatt Island . 
| rge Wasser-| 4 : must do both. cents to 40 cents a pound. Simi-|"4**40 istand. NORTHWEST WASHINGTON 
in Philadelphia. George Wasser) district of Life being corrected since Deputy somewRere under communism; me | The 2400. 3-D h 
man, president of George 5,85 and Casualty ; Premier V. V. Matskevicn’s that their privations are not in Let's not be oyerawed, car-jlar reductions were made t ch 4 hh d ‘a eee aed Pl ee 
‘ f Georg aS al asu: — | | . ’ . ' erty change an n 


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one of the princival speakers!Insurance Co.. . ; : , | 
at the Shoreham Hotel. affair we been pro- States. eo oe There are gaps, distortions, | two major United States copper at the Wagonner ranch head- 822 17th STREET 
; - | 8 ¥ 8° and lack of depth in the Soviet! producers quarters house, La Mariposa, of 
— “ ge ee k, ase-|moted to divi- Weigle You could spend weeks at the -e oe a. . — economy. Recently Aeroflot, the | Zeckendorf, Angus Wynne Jr SILVER SPRING 
a an. W ) ELe Wi #= sion sUuUpeEVISO exposition and not take it all rusnacnevy if 1s oast at - : , : . . 0 i 0 
lifetime pass to any Amerk n the agency department and ~~ the Georgia building, I| production in the Soviet Union ~~ Senn wah dena Record Retail Sales f Dallas and others 8408 GEORGIA AVENUE 
League stadium has — shift 4 to the — sipped Georgian wine and ate — —— » Near aoe egg + navian Ajirlines System for’ The Commerce Department Foreign Exchange ALEXANDRIA 
, panys home omce im N&855-' Georgian cheese, apples, and a and Great Dritains, that ITS sin - to th oviet Said that prelimina figures ; 
Bigger SEC Urged ville... E. H. Williamson has/,ind “a paste candy made of|fast catching up to the United on Ag et br ay showed retail sales last month mates fellow.” te 1711 KING STREET 
The Securities nd Exchange heen transferred from Wash- figs and nuts. a littie like the States pact was that SAS must switch totaled about $16.600.000.000 ee Se > eo — NAti ’ 8.4181 
Commission needs a far Digger! ington to the general offices of apple candy of Virginia In the! Further, it plants political before it erosses the Soviet | This was slightly above the Ee on "i os cost , ore 
staff and a more aggressive use McLean Trucking Co. in Win-| Turkmen building, I saw tealand economic ideas with for- border from four-moter to two-|record rate reached in May and|ow@ Ose (eam $7000, os connecting oll stores 
of its/powers to cope with the | ston-Salem, N. ( jleaves. cotton. and beautifully eigners. Here is a government- motor planes. It must down- about 4 per cent above June 
currently booming stock and : ‘woven rugs. You get a sense of planned, government-financed grade to the Aeroflot level of 1955. 
bond iesues. according to the W ith the Analysis the economic sweep and system of production. Look how Though percentages make the 
current Time magazine The The Chase Manhattan Bank breadth of the Soviet Union— its growing What an appeal Soviet Union's industrial gain Covernment Bonds * 
article points out that in 1955), nn 4 44-02 bro. iron ore, coal, wheat, flax, rice, that must have to the leaders of | 01 Hollywood colossal, to- w You. te -t! an | 
SEC operated on a budget of] oS eee ne page FO \eancy embroidery, fruits, man-\underdeveloped countries—to| ow 1 think I'll be able tote. a Ey 
pera chure on the petroleum indus y ry, ; Indi N , , counter U. 5. Geveremest Tressery bends, 
less than $5 million had @& trw showin new records for | ganese, mac hinery. Name it Nehru in n a. .asser in justify the statement that. in te. sched. oct cheepe sed yield, 
“skeleton staff” of 699 people.) 7... .. ed +, |Likely, it was there. Egypt. . relation to the United States,|,2“ 3 mes i) 
, 7 SEC will get $5.-|2°"", *@ Consumption, Carnings, In America, we pay homage Dom ohae 
t fiseal 1957, SEC will get 90.) 4.4 ae and ca } t] -_ the Soviet Union has to grow tts %s e791 
749.000 from Congress which'“’**” pital outlays} IN THE CENTRAL build-|to the virtues of private enter-|.... ¢act indeed merely tot? 
will enable the agency to build x : The poe A ow . = a ing, the Building of the Soviet prize and ownership, to the stand still. America’s power ‘. his 
up to a staff of 790. This will) S©V'*¥, PUbisnea by Sache &iUnion, you come upon a sum- size, efficiency, and industrial 1.o¢h @ goad to end a source of ttm 
still be 25 per cent below SEC|©° Predicts visible improve-| mation of all this vastness and| daring of General Motors, A. T.| +19 on Khrushchev, Bulgan- 1 Pas 
strength immediately following ment in American business 19 tie reason for the Khrushchev-|& T., or General Electric. Cor in and Company. 12s 
World War Hi, it was empha the second half this year - « *|Bulganin pride. Statuary cele-|porations of such size, with A ; . Tas 
sized. “The problem.” says the Hemphill, Noyes & Co. has re-|prates the advantages of people three or four exceptions,-exist| FRIDAY—Percentages make VPs 
weekly news magazine “is pot|/¢@sed a special analysis Of|ynder communism; Farmers'only in the United States. Few|Somet Union seem Orawnier| (om 
<«¢ much what SEC does as ~T@!g Systems, military elec-|anq workers striding forward nations have private companies than it i. 
what it does not do Crities Tonic and office equipment a 
argue that SEC is not growing 


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manufacturer ... Auchincloss,| ~ — ee — 
Parker & Redpath analyzes . 
rar, Comer, ant Temes! 950-Million _ dP 
ee Gas Tranmission in current O&IU-/MULLON |New Yor on rices He 
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Sines Tew Pusu 8 se! Notes . : Total sales, $3,300,000; year Sion; iiisdti 2 9% O8% OF Ww) Prites 
cial section in December, 1994, | | o, $4,531,000 3363 12 9A | scents. 
under the title “Free Germany; _ Sales personnel of seven area | All S | | 8s ° ia ie ee ' Ta & ot & 
“neaks™ The section carried Sehlitz beer wholesalers at Ss d i oO ri } (008) Wigh Lew Close Cag. Thyrdtve se 9 os +%) 
ay ; ' ’ . , 
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of these ads have been made ©*tensive local promotion cam-' 4 s 2s —te 
by RBaldhard G. Falk of the P@!gn.. Directors of National subscription and closing of the Srmeer Ss 0% oes 
' : ler Savings & Trust Co. declared re 1] ATSF 4398 aes | 
Berlin office of Schaler, Butier — = books on the $250 million Of ge pics 4.sc0s “am -— % 
& Associates. The Falk report resuiar quarterly dividend Of| american Telephone & Tele-|a Lise 4.250720 101 
dicates that the majority of #2 cents a share, payable Aug graph Co.'s 3% per cent ceben- 880 4.ss2818 f1%— “ 
advertisers did not take full l on stock of record July ape tures Betesti 3.25088 
advantage of the medium nor /@mes T. Walker has been shift-| a a 
did they p.an beyond the inser ed to Washington by the Frisco’ 


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henefits he Falk summary is ““' omg . ; ‘Ty, | bee ft recently Conw 4.5599 
. > . . eeaus John V Fat , now in De- en So ; y | | 
a — r] A. 0 troit as regional caien w & De The debentures were won at at ace This emnouncement is wot an offer te sell or a solicitation of an offer te buy these securities 
ashington office of Schall Wilfred G Frey has been auction yesterday by @ nation- COCs 44.5077 7 8% The off ering is made on!) by the Prospectus. 


Butier & Associates, 1028 Con : . 255 
named Washington regional| Wide syndicate managed by | tess 


—— oe ales engineer for Wales-Strip-| First Boston Corp. and Halsey, |cosescus ss2001 
, : ‘o> mac | Stuart & Co. at a DOrTOWINE COSL ge eg 3.375078 
Foreign Hotels Eyed pig Fed to AT&T of 3.76 per cent. It was |Gewce 3582 


; Chun King Sales, maker of’ - 
Hotel Corp. of America American-Oriental Foods, has|the costliest publicly under- ie aceaete | . 25 0) 000 000 
conducting preliminary bought a 94,000-square-foot| written borrowing by the), 4. ? ? 


z wtions im several Euro building in Jackson, Ohio. for world’s biggest utility since 
“an and Middle Eastern coun- use in an « xpansion program, | 1930 when it paid 5 per cent. 


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ies for acquisition of hoteljaccording to Jack Carpel Co.,;| In September, 1954, AT&T Gee Elec 3.5578 ; J i gy ( 

‘operties rhis wan reported ts Washington enles yo + = Bc, bessowed a similar amount ata suete 3 avseet American elephone and elegraph OmMmpany 
yesterday by A. M. Sonnabend, |tative. net interest cost of 3.15 per cent. | GMetac 3.9572 * 19% 


. ; . rq GMetCpe 3.25578 
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: ee fone asozoeme ‘3 Bt bet Bom Thirty-Four Year 3% % Debentures 
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“according to nities Seneeet Lins Central Republic Company Gregory & Sons Francis 1. duPont & Co. Spencer Trask & Co. 

Tucker, Anthony & Co. Ball, Burge & Kraus The Robinson-Humphrey Company, Inc. 

McLeod, Young, Weir, Incorporated New York Hanseatic Corporation Stern Brothers & Co. 

Burnhamand Company H.Hentz&Co. Wm.E.Pollock&Co.,Inc. Auchincloss, Parker & Redpath 

Baker, Weeks & Co. Wilham Blair & Company Burns Bros. & Denton, Inc. 

R. S. Dickson"& Company Green, Ellis & Anderson Arthur M. Krensky & Co., Inc. Riter & Co. 

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sa ‘ Thursday, July 12, 1956 27 


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..semenko Group Buys 


_* Warner Bros. Control 


NEW YORK, July 11 @—Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. an- 
nounced today that a group of invéstors led by Serge Semen- 
enko, senior vice president of the First National Bank of Boston, 
had acquired a major portion of the stock held by Harry M. 
jand Albert Warner nee ee 

Jack L. Warner was elected 


president of the motion picture L, k ~ | 
company, succeeding his broth-‘ u ens tee 
er, Harry M. Warner. The new 


president retains substantial Income Soars 
~ holdings in the company which . 

he and his brothers founded | ~ , M } 

Jack Warner had previously n 1X ont 1S 

been vice president in charge 


_ Chemicals, Rails Pace Renewe 


Associated Prens 


Total sales, 2,520,000 shares: 


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rose 50 cents to $187.10, with the industrials 
up 90 cents, the rails up 20 cents and the 
utilities up 10 cents. 

The day's most active stock was U. S. 
Pipe & Foundry, up “% at 28% on 135,600 
shares. Three big trades from a single seller 
accounted for more than 71,000 shares of this 


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NEW YORK, July 11 (™—The stock market 
= ~~ _ advanced for the sixth straight session today 


Dow-Jones Stocks in the longest string of daily rises since last 
new YORK, Jely 11, October. 

Selected industrial issues led the market 
to a moderate advance in a follow-up to yes . 
terday’s late rise in the wake of President | all sold unchanged at 28. No news was linked 
Eisenhower's renewed decision to run |, to this turnover in VU. 5S. Pipe, the largest 
éey: ‘edertriois, 283.166. Pivotal stocks gained fractions to arourtd | domestic maker of cast iron pressure pipe 
eretities, 32,900; 65 tks, 2 points. Some issues stepped well beyond | and fittings, but it would naturally benefit 

; . this. from the newly-enacted 33-billiondollar high- 

(108) High Lew Among the losers, however, were a number | way bill. 
Yanan of industrials, notably among the steels and | While most steels were off fractionally, 
1 6% att motors, which participated in yesterday's | Lukens advanced 6% on a sharply higher 


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Chemicals and rails paced the advance most 
of the session although the rails lost some 
of their steam as the session progressed. 
Coppers were ahead following news that the 
nation's biggest copper producer, Kennecott, 
had reduced its copper prices 

The Associated Press average of 60 stocks 


earnings report 

Among the chemicals, Union Carbide rose 
2% and Allied Chemical 2. Others in this 
group were up fractionally 

Union Pacific paced the rails with an ad- 
vance of 2 points. Most other rails were up 
fractions but New York Central and Illinois 
Central shaded off 

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kens Steel Co. reported today 
earnings of $3,542,133 or $11.14 
a commonh share for the six 
months ended June 16. Sales 
totaled $50,919,423 

The company said this com- 
pared with a net of $849,290 or 
$2.67 per share and sales of 


cott was up % and Anaconda ‘s. ™ ~~ * wA—% and Benjamin Kalmenson, for- 
; . ~ % ; os $36,214,537 in the 24 weeks ended 


Un Asbar } 
a . mer vice president in charge of 
. ; 1 te film distribution and president ena Lk. sien ter" oe 
“ of Warner Bros. Pictures Dis- ago, the Company reported. On 
tributing Corp Jan. 1, Lukens changed from a 
Kalmenson was elected ex- fiscal year ending in October to 
ecutive vice president of the one that would coincide closely 
parent company. Samuelito the calendar year 
Schneider was named treas| 4 chman Corp. reported net 
urer, in addition to his postS!ordinary income for the fiscal 
as vice president and assistant year ended June 30 of $5.386.- 
to the president 764 compared with $4.608 633 
In assuming the presidency. for the previous year. The in- 
Jack Warner announced that vesiment company on June 30 
all the worldwide facilities of had a total net asset value of 
Warner Bros. and its subsidi- $242 435.920 or $52.40 per share 
~» aries “will be “directed more after deduction of the $2.51% 
vigorously to the acquisition of per share dividend declared at 
the most important story prop- the fiscal year end. A year ago 
erties, talents and to the pro- the net asset value totaled 
duction of the finest motion pic- $224250663 or $48.47 per 
. tures possible.” share 
There was no statement from Other earnings renorts 
Warner Bros. about the size of + ee Oe Ss ine usee = 
the block of stock acquired by **.,' ’ | 
the Semenenko interests. Pre ' Distifiers Ceres. {or 
viously published reports, how- . rinye $2.645.717 
ever, indicated that it may have $39 
been 800.000 shares from the 
portfolios ef Albert and Harry share ; 
Warner and other members of |, 7 e™er-Geoderbem. for three months 
the family. The reported sale ¥ $4,651.77) 89.880.990 
a price was $27.50 a shave, but a y 
187% 164 + % OO Str 2 of spokesman for the company re- 
1% S7\e+ te ve poe ne fused to confirm or deny this. 
a 67a ta Ue Pie pf Warner Bros. common closed 
> Gm OP PR 2 today on the New York Stock 
ee Exchange at $26.62, up 62 cents 
 4%+ % Ven Qast Semenenko, a director on 
toys wie- many big company boards, has 
. = been actively interested in the 
motion picture industry for 
more than 20 years. He has 
participated in the financing 
and reorganizing of such firms 
Sa 33%4— Sp vere as Paramount Pictures, Loew's, 
12% 222+ Ve Vishing Inc., Universal Pictures, Colum- 
“ bia Pictures, RKO Radio and 
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plant on Rockville pike in near- Turney Gratz, vice president ane -— BANE - Dividend ' 
' it ' ; Declared | for : 
by, Marland wore annsutsrd ag the veal etaie brokerane|™ sina AL 
tling Co. of Washington firm ,- yoy ay nd 2 gee 
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Chester W. Martin J: presi land and finance the building &. APPLIANCE co. 
dent of the local Pepsi firm 
"| Capital outlays, it was a rO¢ Luce rices 
said construction will get un- stood. will be divided $500 
der way immediately on a three- |; building and the rest ~ Yesterday's wholesale produce prices, ONIONS—Dry. 80-ib. sacks Califor. 13th 4 G Sts | Ye 
acre tract on Rockville pike at modern electronic and auto * Washineton for ess-than-carioad nia Yellow, 3 inches and larger b ° ’ " 
Rollins ave.. owned by Dermot matic equipment ' —_ Se repertes br the Agriculture = a gy By Gieh : 


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4. Nee. Completion is expected Martin said that no addition APPLES Mew Jerses: Buchel basket. °F. 3_ inches a62 ALL c ND NEW! 
by early next year stock financing is contem- § " 3.50. Washington: | lows, Yellow Globe type, medium. 6.09 


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ent facilities at 901 17th st. ne P , ‘ 8 ; ‘ireinia j Dushel paakets 4 Yt tm aun se, TWoes te TELEVISION ® HI-FI. PHONOS e 
: ° °F raneparen't . : ler 75 
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wit tern ee at Allied to V ote |e gt xe t's iene wis) same Satie’ Siar RECORDERS 
r on order e new ant 4 lee 250 . “i ‘“ orate 
will d bl et | d - si 8. California cartons 180- sacks a Py “ wr. : 
pear - i. ae 4 f a. ves See 550. Maryland standing. un washed These Are Just A Few of The Many 
; ’ ty. P Ane , , 00 Sreware one ¥ ini Cob- . 
' : . ; - “The combined facilities of } mh rox y or = § j-ben carton ble foatane ge ~~ eH. Outstanding Values For 
Theme Star mi the old and new plants.” Mar = ws. 18; J “+: + TOMATOES a Cartons 10- THURS SA ONLY! 
Fonise i! . tin said, “will enable the com Vi e f bushel a 67 os jeg Cbetenmmately § D. 4s, 1.59; Se 3 FRI. T. 
pany to further expand produc- AANA QeMen a Pe caren et ae OPEN THURS., FRI, 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SAT., 9 A.M. ‘TIL 6 PM. 
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He also anticipated that pres- signed a proxy voting its hold S. No. 1.2 in ini um a 
ent Pepsi employment of about ings of preferred stock in Vir 2 GE AIR CONDITIONERS & FANS 
in vEce n hamper | r ; TODAY 


250 will be increased by 75. or\ginia-Carolina Chemical Corp.', B®A"S-—Sushe 
30 per cent, when the new plant in favor of the present manage 
gets into full operation ment it was learned today 
Pepsi sales for the first six An inquiry to the company ' 2. es. 3: to place your 
months this year, Martin re- confirmed the proxy had been . 33 , Ti weekend want ads 
ported, are about 20 per cent sent in favoring management. > ray £25 © in the b ALL BRAND-NEW 
— + * ahead of the same 1955 period, Allied owns 43,502 shares 7 'g SYLVANIA 


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Can't Take It 


Even Into Now 


By Richard L. Coe 


LNEY CONTINUES INTO 


comedy with the George S. Kaufman-Moss Hart Pulitzer 


prize-winner of 20 seasons ago, 
With the possible exception 


its summer of adventures in 


“You Can't Take It With You.” 


of. souffies or shaving lather,! 
few things age faster than comedy. Their very success prompts 


endies variations on similar themes and a once-fresh style soon 


beromes hokum 


In the case of the highly individual Vanderhoff-Sycamore 


families, whose pater familias stopped working 35 years before 
because he wasn't having any fun. we are suddenl; 


removed from the era when my, 
to bet that 


light years 


father, for instance, was willing 


Alf Landon was going to keep That Man in the 


White House from the dreaded Second Term 


it was then. evidently. 
gaffer who hadn't ever paid 
believe in it. of a Russian 
tabies in Child's 


7 


Or 


fairly 


grand duchess 
an inceman who decided he'd rather 
Papa Sycamore in the cellar making fireworks or an offensive 


easy to cherish a determined 
income tax because he didn't 
who waiting 
join 


was 


fellow who printed Communist dogma on his living room print 


ing 

We have 
enough to recognize that such 
behavior is high): 
thing 


since 
un-Some 


r of 
Olney and most of the vouthful 
cast conspire to suggest that 
the Vanderhoff-Sycamore phi 
losophy perniciously 
LU nde 
the players are nervously aware 
that this is not normal or patri 
otic behavior. that non 
conformists deserve the public 
ministrations of such experts 
as the Gesell Institute. Dr 
(;@orge Gallup or Dr. Norma 
Vincent Peale. 

The usually more pensive D 
rector Jith Waring furthers this 
atmosphere by treating the 
whole as farce. not comedy 
Frenzied disbelief underscores 
mis instructions to a cast 
toe convinced that the 
more dangerous! 
ranged 

Not unnaturally. a 
derstanding course is taken by 
\ydia Westman and Edward 
Finnegan, who obviously were 
around before the pulse-takers 
had strangled the national in 
dividuality. Miss Westman plays 
Penny Sycamore. who 
plays because somebody 
typewriter at the door 
ago. and she her 
coo! rationality. My: nnegan 
finds the same dry logic in 
(;randpa Vanderhoff. When he 
says grace petiore a meal the 
riay achieves that kind of aif 
fectionate charm that d 
another election veal 

But the rest can hard? 
expected to realize what 
their bumbling, Broadway sim 
pliefty, Kaufman and Hart were 
warning wus about. When the 
little son-in-law starts wrapping 
homemade candies in messages 
crawn from ‘lrotsky. we 
have to give up the idea that 
were supposed to laugh This 
amt funny, buster, and he 
hadnt oughta do it. A neigh 
hors gossip could keep him 
from being admitted to offices 
where he hic wife's can 
dies rhe American Legion 
equid picket the piace. What 
would Richard Nixon say 

fy coniormity has tur 
fe Sveamore tribe from 
Euriing eccentricity ft 
Higniy suspect suodsersio 

PLAYERS, INC.. 
dent co 
K aufman-Hert 
Vermont wing at St 
Piayhouse,. Winooski 
day also brought 
opening to the Vermont 
pany, which had embar 
rassed at the insistent choice 
of its audiences On yearly 
rolis for severa summers 
Winooski audiences had em 
phatically stated ted 


Even the cool country a 


is more 


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press. because he thought it printed 
matured? 


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to see a comedy called “Father 
of the Bride.” an adaptation of 
the Ed Streeter book which had 
reached the screen but neve 
the major stages Players 
Inc., finally obliged, the phone 
says. and a house, headed by 
Governor Joseph B. Johnson 
ate up the whole thing 


PLAYERS, INC... also are 
readying their eighth nationa! 
tour in late Septem 
ber This year's plays form 
a striking contrast—“Henry 
Vv” and “Charieys 
Aunt The eight-month 
tour is almest entirely booked 

And soon off the presses 

“ill be a brochure photo 
graphed and designed by Fred 
Maroon, the ex-Life man, whose 
photographs of the play, *ully 
rehearsed last spring, are stun 
If Players, Inc.. can 

to the Maroon brochure 

have something 


“The Bold 
and the Brave” is an infantr 
yarn of the Italian front 
WW-ll . Mickey Rooney 
appears after his long absence 
playing one of those crap-shoot 
ers who nets a fortune only to 

t in a bitterly ironic way 
Wendel! Corey, Don Taylor 
and Race Gentry are other prin 
cipals and the gir! is played bs 
Nicole Maurey. who was far 
more agreeably Occupied 4:5 
Bing Crosby's inspiration in 
Little Boy Lost.” 


PLPPETS: Normand’ 
the Rockville bistro, this afte 
starts a Thursday 
puppet shows for the 
kiddies As she did last 
summer. Yvonne Verlaine will 
be on hand with both marico- 
nettes and puppets, offering 
TwoGun Wilbur” this after- 
noon and planning such favor- 
ites as “Jack and the Bean- 
stalk” “Little Red Riding 
Hood” and “Punch and Judy’ 
for later Thursdays 


THE VISITOR'S BOOK: In 
town to chat about her Plaza- 
bound adventure, George Ur- 
1984.” is Jan Sterling ... 
Long a theater operator and 
Government film expert, Ar- 
thur Mayer, head of the Coun 
cil of Motion Picture Organiza- 
tions, arrives filled with praise 
for the Audrey Hepburn-Henry 
Fonda-Mel Ferrer version of 

War and Peare.” Hell ad 
dress the Almas Temple Sphinx 
Club luncheon Friday. .. Neila 
Ates, the tummy-twister who 
scored in “Fanny.” arrives Mon- 
day to headline the Casino 
Royal's bill... Lester Cowan, 
at work again on that long de 
laved film about Simon Bolivar, 

checked into the Cariton yester 
day f diplomatic contabs 


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Leuella Parsons: 


Soviet Tour 
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HOLLYWOOD, July 11 
this week, 
Mike Todd will play host to a 
group of Russians from the cul- 
tural division. 
I'm told Mike 
was asked by 
the State De- 
partment to 
show the So- 
viets the cul- 
tural aspects 
of our town, 
but Mike re- 
fused to com- 
ment on this 
He recently 
visited Mos 
cow, and arranged to have a 
premiere of “Around the 
World in 80 Days” there Nov 
15. The picture will open first 
in New York, then London, 
then Paris, and then Mexico 
City before it is shown to the 
Russians 
Meanwhile 


Miss Parsons 


Art Cohen, who 
did such a good job with Joe 
E. Lewis’ book, “The Joker Is 
Wild,” is writing the life story 
of the irrepressible Todd. 


WHEN SHIRLEY Booth 
opens here on the 16th in “Desk 
Set.” one of the first nighters 
will be Walter Lang. 20th Cen- 
tury-Fox has asked him to di- 
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at it and see if he feels it is 
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1000 Faces.” the storv of Lon 
Chaney, he's going to stay right 
at U. |. to star in “The Dev- 

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‘After waiting for five hours, | NOW IN 41°" WEEK 


NEW YORK, July 11.—Mara 
Lynn, the dancer, lost a desir- 
able role in the musical “Hap- 
py Hunting” because Ethel 
Merman ve x 
toed her. ’ 
Merm’s reason: 
She refuses to 
play the moth- 
er of a girl 
taller 
than she is... 
Sarah Vaughn's 
heart has 
switched from 
her wealthy ; 
Detroit swain 
to a Hollywood Miss Milgalien 
actor... Vivien Leigh will toss 
a big party welcoming Marilyn 
Monroe to London Viv's 
frightfully anxious to dispel 
all the reports that she's “cool” 
because of 
those plunging necklines and 
that space-grabbing 

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est in his brunet designer was 
bound to come out into the 


used to play. Anderson has writ- 
ten the lyrics and Allie Wrubel 
the music, and producer Aaron 
Rosenberg gives Jimmy 4a 
chance to go into his song and 
dance routines—in a racketeer- 
ish way. 


CAROL CHANNING, who 
has been sifting out her tme 
in Las Vegas getting a divorce, 
returns to town to do a Screen 
Gem telefilm for the Ford 
Theatre called “The Menace of 
Hasty Heights.” Joseph Hoff- 
man will produce it, and al- 
though Carol has done live TV 
many tmes, this is her first tele- 
vision film 

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marry Charles 
should be the 
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open even if Mrs. R. hadn't 
tossed the lawsuit. The actor 
modestly prefers side tables, 
when he visits local cafes, but! 
the lady—like so many ladies— 
jinsists on choice ringside loca- 
Dizzy Gillespie's tour 
of South American cities was 
called off suddenly by the 
State Department Washing. 
ton knows of trouble brewing 
in some areas he was to play, 
and they don't want Diz duck- 
ing bullets while hitting those 
high notes. 


4 SONG Carol 
sings in her debut movie 
Traveling Saleslady, 
banned by several 
tion managements. It's a ditty 
called “A Corset Can Do a Lot 
For a Lady.” and Fran War- 
ren's recording of the song is 
verboten to disc jockeys in 
Denver, Cleveland and Bos. 
ton. Actually the lyrics are 
pretty mild; it’s the title that 
offends the kilowatt boys. 

Marion Brando, interviewed 
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rice Zolotow, gave the writer 
an educational 20-minute lec- 
ture on what's wrong with 
newspapers, columnists and re- 
porters. Had nothing to say 
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The sex. expert calls the law 
when he wants to get rid of| 
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licemen appeared and very 
apologetically asked Miss Cow- 
ley if she'd mind leaving. When 
she replied: “What if I did 
mind?” they said, “Let's not 
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(left) of 
night as 


Ann Morgan 
elected last 


President 


Marion, Iil., defeated — 


of Girls 


Traffic Summons Served 


By Norman Driscell, Staff Photograph :r 


Nation, receives congratulations from the 


but still smiling — candidate, 


Donna Cari<on of International Falle, Minn 


Miller frip ‘May Hit Snag 


C ’ : 
oe neciag M er. Monro 


series on Page 36 i 


NEW HAVEN, Conn., July 
ll #—The honeymoon plans 
of Marilyn Monroe and Ar 
thur Miller hit another snag 
today 

The newlyweds, who plan 
to leave Friday the 13th for 
Europe, were subpoenaed to 
testify July 23 in a negligent 
homicide case. 


It appeared, however. that 
the playwright and the ac 
tress would be permitted to 
make a deposition in the case 
Instead of a personal appear- 
ance 
Attorney 
berg said 
left under 
his Roxbury 
by private 
Magliaro 


GREENBERG 
Tra Slade, 18, New York 
driver of the car in which 
reporter Mara Sherbatoff was 
killed June 29 while follow 
ing the Miller-Monroe car to 
Roxbury for a news confe: 
ence. The Slade car smashed 
Into a tree. Miller stopped 
his car to give aid 


Frederick Green 
ine sudDpena was 
Miller's deor at 
home vyesterda, 


investigator (Cuy 


represents 


- 


Greenberg said the couple 
apparently returned to Mil 
ler's Roxbury home last night 
from New York and fcund 
the subpena. Connecticut law 


does not require that a sub- 
pena be served personally. 

The law provides that a 
deposition ¢@n be arranged 
for good cause,” said Green- 
berg. Such a decision, he said, 
would be up to the Justice 
Court at Roxbury where the 
case will be heard. 


IN NEW YORK. Miuiller's 
atiorney, Lloyd K. Garrison, 
said he was “very optimistic” 
that an arrangement eould be 
made which would permit the 
Millers to leave on schedule 

[he Millers already have 
bought their tickets for the 
trip. They are scheduled to 
leave from New York at 4 
p. m. Friday aboard Trans 
World Ajrlines flight 860 
bound fer London 

The victim of the erash 
was a New York correspond 
ent for the French picture 
magazine Match. 


MILLER only recently ob- 
tained a six-month passport 


—_ ~ a 


Princess Grace in Paris 


We Didn’t Start 


Rumors. 


PARIS. July 11! 1... P ris 
cess Grace of Monaco fiashe 
e bright smile today when 
asked about rumors that 
and Prince Rainier are ex 
pecting an heir 

The royal couple arrived 
in Paria by train from Mor 
aco for a two-week visit and 
confirmed their intention to 
visit the United States next 
fall 

But neither would comment 
on whether Monaco can ex 
pect an hei: 

“I'm afraid we didn't start 
all these rumors,” the Prin 
cess said with a smile towards 
her husband. 

She declinec to answer 
other questions on the sub. 
ject, no matter how worded 

The Paris afternoon news- 
paper Franee-Soir reported 

“that when she was asked 


sne 


any 


- _ 


Mamie Shops 
For Jewelry 
In Dime Store 


GETTYSBURG. Pa. July 
11 w—Mrs. Mamie Eisenhow- 
er did a little home town 
shopping todcy in a local 
dime store 

The first lady stopped first 
at the costume jewelry coun- 
ter where summer prices 
were in effect. She bought a 
white summer bracelet and 
necklace—27 cents each pilus 
tax. She also paid 57 cents 
for a pair of pink pear! ear 
rings with a rhinestone cen- 
ter 

Mrs. Eisenhower also pur- 
chased some nail polish, 
thumb tacks and cloth 

She told store officials she 
liked the store and would 
“come back again.” 


She Says 


whether . ashe 


the Pri 


was pregnant 
replied: “Peut 
(perhaps). 


(other 


ncess 
etre’ 


newsmen. however 


said was an 
free French trans 
lation of her remark that she 
and Rainier did not start all 
the rumors 

lier refusal to discttss the 
matter increased the (tempo) 
of the rumors that she is. in- 
deed expecting an heir 
which would continue the 
Grimaid@ line and prevent 
Monaco from being taken 
over by France. 


this apparently 
extremely 


BOTH THE Prince and Prin 
cess appeared relaxed and 
tanned as they strolled along 
the platform of the Gare de 
Lyon station, newsmen tail- 
ing along 

The Princess was dressed 
in a pale gray silk shantung 
suit, her blond hair was 
swept up and sparkled in the 
sun, unencumbered by a hat 
She carried a light brown 
gabardine raincoat »ver one 
arm and held a dozen red 
roses. 


The Prince sported a light 


gray suit, blue shirt and blue * 


and red striped tie. 


THE PRINCESS said she 
has had no contacts with 
Hollywood since her marriage 
last April. 

She and the Prifice said 
they intended to spend ‘two 
weeks in Paris resting, shop- 
ping and enjoying the sights. 

“After all, why does- any- 
one come to Paris’ the 
Prince asked 

The Princess said she 
wanted to fill out her trous- 
seau 

Not 


anything big.” she 


said. “But all those tempting’ 


little things that bedevil you 
in shop ‘windows.” 


Depa! tment 
his 
where she 


from the State 


to accompany bride to 


London, is sched 
uled to begin a picture July 
30. They plan to remain in 
Europe until November 

Chairman Francis E. Walter 
(D-Pa.) said today that his 
liouse Committee on Un 
American Activities would 
not block the couple's sched- 
uled departure. The commit- 
tee yesterday cited Miller for 
contempt of Congress for re- 
fusing to name alleged Com- 
munist writers he once knew 

Walter said he would not 
request the State Depart- 
ment to revoke Miller's pass 
port. The House is expected 
to apor@e the contempt ci 
tation late next week.'By ihat 
time, the couple would be 
in London. 

It would be up to the Jus 
tice Department to make the 
final decision on whether to 
prosecute. Conviction for con 
tempt carries a maximum 
penalty of a $1000 fine and 
a year in jail on each count. 


a ee 


Times ashyingto 


THU RSDAY, 


Ps 


———— 


. JULY 12, 


1956 


* Jor and about WOMEN 


SOCIETY 
CLASSIFIED 


FOOD FEATURES 


Katie Louchheim Addresses Group: 


Girls’ Nation Elects Ann Morgan, President 


Shelton 


Ry Elizabeth 
and Eileen Summers 


DELEGATES to the Girls 
Nation crossed party lines 
last night to elect a Federal- 
ist president, Ann Morgan, 17, 
of Marion, Ill. and National- 
ist vice president, Mary Char 
lotte Decker, 17, of Jackson- 
ville, Tex 

After the election, climax- 
ing two days of vigorous 
nominating and campaigning, 
the high school juniors 
merged their rival factions 
and will put on a united front, 
as well as hats and white 
gloves, when they visit the 
White House today. 

Aan. who Hopes “to bring 
back to my community some- 
thing I have learned here,” 
defeated Donna Carison, 17, 
of International Falls, Minn 
Another Minnesotan, Joyce 
Hughes, 16, of Minneapolis, 
lost the vice presidential elec 
tion. 


THE DELEGATES voted 
by secret ballot in a class 
room nicknamed the “hot 
box” by the Federalist nomi- 
nating convention Excite- 
ment was so rampant as elec 
tion neared that one of the 
yell leaders, Gaynell Bordes 
of New Orleans, led her Nda@is 
the-Cats in a Federalist chant 
The youngsters didn't realize 
their mistake until they had 
repeated several times 
“We're the Federalists 
were on the bell.” 

Group singing kept the 98 
delegates occupied while 
pairs from the states, in al- 
phabetic order, filed thei 
secret written ballots, and 
the tally was made. 


EARLIER the future states 
women heard Katie Louch 
heim, director of women’s ac- 
tivities for the Democratic 
National Committee. present 
the views of a veteran in 
politics 

There's no limit to 
far a woman can go in poli 
Mrs. Louchheim said 
answering a question from 
“I think there are 
barriers to 
women n politics in the 
United States whether work 
ng for an organization or 
running for office.” 

She said most women do 
not go into politics because 
they are not free to leave 
their homes 

Mrs. Louchheim. who will 
represent voteléess Washing 
ton at the San Francisco con 
vention in August as D. C 
committeewoman, called the 
tune on the night's election 
returns beforehand when she 
observed that “Girls Nation 
delegates last year... saw 
little difference between the 
parties.” 

She added: “This attitude 
is not particulariy unusual 
among young people. I feel 
certain that if any of you fail 
to find distingtions today, you 
soon will ' 


DESPITE some 
signs’ such as 
Potnan riots. 
us trom the 
hasnt changed,” 


how 
fice 


the floor 


ne hurdles OT 


“hopeful 
the recent 
“the threat to 
Communists 
a top De- 


—_ —- — - 


ana 


partment of Defense spokes- 
man yesterday told delegates 
to Girls Nation. 


The speaker, Roger Ernst 


of the Office of Assistant Sec- 


retary of Defense, addressed 
the teen-age girls (two from 
every state) during a briefing 
at the Pentagon. 

The delegates were 
comed by Secretary of 
fense Charlies E. Wilson, and 
were briefed on the fou! 
women's services by the head 
of each service 

Secretary Wilson, wearing 
a gold “Ike” pin in his lapel, 
told the girls: “We appre- 
ciate your interest in our 


wel. 
De 


organization—after all, you 
are some of the folks for. 
whom we are working »s0 
hard to make our country se- 
cure.” 

When he left, the Girls 
Nation delegates saluted him 
with a lusty rendition of 
their official song and the 
Secretary quipped 

“You waked up 
Pentagon!” 


ERNST told them: “There 
may be a chance that the So- 
viet system may evolve into 
one that gives its people a 
greater degree of freedom 
and that Russia will conduct 


the old 


’ 


WASHINGTON WELCOME—Mrs. James Young and her 
daughter Diane, welcome two visiting American Field Serv- 
ice students from Athens, Greece, whe will be house guests 


Beware National Pride, Dulles Says 


burst into a chorus of 15 raha. 


THE PINKCHEEKRKED, 
smiling Secretary apparently 


By Marie Smith 


SECRETARY of State John 

Foster Dulles yesterday 
sounded a warning against 
pride in our own country, 
state, city and family” that 
goes to the point of being ar- 
rogant.” 

In a speech before 653 for 
eign exchange students gath- 
ered at the Department of 
Interior Auditorium, he said 
“you want to recognize this 
world is rich by its differ- 
ences. And although differ- 
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itself in such a way as not to 
be a menace to the United 
Staes. But, at present, it is a 
menace to wus.” 

Ernst insisted that the 
Lnited States has increased 
its strength by “moving it 
out nearer the enemy so that 
if he wants to hit us he must 
spread his own forces out 
thinner.” 


IVY BAKER Priest, Treas 
urer of the United States, 
will receive the entire dele- 
gation and their leaders in 
the White House garden to- 
day at 11 a. m. The group will 
go by bus to the Department 


of the Youngs while tn Washington. 
and Thalia Krycos. Both giris ere 14. 


Caloyannis, left, 


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in Hurst Hall 


Charies W. 


with Mrs. 
Gunn, Girls Na- 


tion director, presenting cer- 


tificates to the 
Mrs. Ralph M. 


delegates. 


Lillard, as- 


sistant director, will present 


pins. Greetings will 


ex- 


tended by Dr. Hurst A. And- 


erson 

president. 
President 

who is to name 


Ann 


American University 


Morgan. 
her cabinet 


this morning. will deliver her 


inaugural address. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
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who is ners will have five days in 
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Show.” be honored at a 
United Nations reception and 
The July issue of Seventeen see the sights of the city 
magazine invites teet)age 
giris to join in the sixth an 
nual Save the Children Fed. 
eration Christmas doll con 
test 


At Heme Here 


Mr. and Mrs. Norton Jack 
Zetiin are now residing in 
Washington following their 
June marriage. The bride, the 
former Cynthia Brooks, is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sau! 
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The contest is designed to 
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NEW YORK. July 11—Sem 
Wilson ik 
genial pianist whe each year 
accompanies the models as 
they show clothes om the run 
wey fer the fashion editors 
@Guring Prees Week. Sammy 
tries hard to play appropriate 
music as 2 background for the 
clothes. In past seasons he 
has strummed strains from 
“Song of India” for Sari fash- 
ons, “Madame Butterfly” for 
the oriental. and “Bolero” to 
keynote clothes of Spanish 
inspiration 

This year somebody 
about “My 
influence on 
Heowr afier heur 

simce Monday morning 
whether the clothes justified 
m or not—Sammy has been 
drumming out the lowels 
tunes from that hit musical 


THIS MORNING at 11 
Scleck. the fashions finally 
fell inte step with Sammvw's 
music when Samuel Winston 
presenmied the twelve coe 
fumes specially Gesigned by 
Cecil Beaton for the Winston 
collection and executed be 
Designer Roxane of the Win 
sten Sirm 

There were hints of 
period im last year s collection 
when Cell Chapman istre 
Guced ber stunning Castle 
Walk gowns Other design 
ers had sow turned to the 
1912 period—a logical next 
step after the empire and 4 
rectoire influence of past 
seasons 

But Beaton s authentic cos 
tumes for “My Fair Lady” 
catapulted the gentile cos 


my ihe plump 


told 
Pair 
fall 


‘mes 


|, tumes of this pre-World War 


| British artist, 


OR 3.29 EACH 


Regularly 4.98 and 5.98 


’ 


@ LACE AND PERMANENT TED 


TRIMS 


erty \ 
@ TEN STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM 


... Lette | FER I Me, 
@ HALF SLIPS INCLUDED 
‘ 7 rik \\ 4 


@ WHITE, PINK, BLUE, SIZES 32 TO 40 
RY oneal 


4 


| diaphanous delicately 


| peried inte fashions spet 
light for fall. Beaton. famed 
photographer 
and author. can certainly now 
add fashion designing te his 
claim to fame 


IN THE 12 gowns shown 
this morning there were tunic 
over narrew skiris. wide 
sashed midriffs. high bodices 
and high drapes. and floating 
fiuttery shoulder drapes 

They were interpreted ic 
pastel laces. some silver 
threaded. satins and layers of 
tinted 
chifions and nets in » rem 
niscent rainbow of paesiteix 

Nile green lace made the 
V-necked lace tunic over @ 
mauve setin siender sheath 
sashed with ievely Tan 
printed taffieta. in another 
chiffon made the overskirt 
split from the waist to show 
the silwer silk satin narroe 
skirt beneath A corsage of 
pink. gold and lavender roses 
decorated the one-strapped 
bodice and picked up the vari 

used 


ways to accent the essentially 


| Mr 
| Robinson are Sow residing in 
| Scranton, Pa. following their 
| June wedding. Mrs. Robinsons. 
| the former 


Residing in Scranton 


and Mrs. Harry Elmer 


Jean Ariene OF 
ney. is the daughter of Rev 


and Mrs Stephen Barry OF 


nev of Crownsville. Md. Her 
husband is the son of Mre«. 


Mary Robinsen of Takoma 


Park, Mé. 


narrow yet soft feminine lines 
of these gowns 

Three plem bSrilliant roses 
rambied over # green “stem 
te make the single shoulder 
“strap of a long white satin 
gown. These are lovely gowns 
made for ladies whe lead a 
leisurely languid life — fair 
ladies. indeed 


OVERTURE to the Beaton 
gowns were the clothes by 
Roxane for Winston, whose 
designs were definitely in 
fwenced by the same era. Her 
evening sowns emphasize 
long. slender lines with grace 
fully draped wrap-around 
skirts sashed wide round the 
waist and ribs with bouquets 
to emphasize the color and 
the line 

She makes the mest of 
chiffons. gold and silver lace 
and paste! tulle in leavers of 
color fer this sentimental 
journey inte past era. Yet 
they are gowns that look 
right and levely in this mod 
erm Gay 

For beth day and evening, 
Roxane emphasize<« what she 


calls the “elevated waistline” 
ali right, high waistiine 
Achieving the high-waisted 
look are short jackets that 
underscore the high-bodiced 
dress beneath. Her “guards 
man’s jacket” is a high boxy 
bolero 

Fabric combinations 
surprise in this 
time and again as 
and-white tweed suits 
ascots of bilack- or 
spangled lace 


GETTING back to evening. 
the newest look is the slender 
sindous sheath with iong 
sleeves, a very low back— 
especially in black which is 
additionally important this 
season 

Ceil Chapman spotlighted 
this fashion in a “biack witch- 
ery” group—iong slinky black 
crepes cut with sophisticated 
long sleeves, saucy low backs 
and worn with big black hats 
flourishing with either ostrich 
or what passes for aigrettes 
this season 

Sometimes 
velvet hat is 


offer 
collection 
in Diack 

with 
white- 


the big black 
shown with a 


_-_—_— = 


sleeveless long sheath. Most 
dramatic and decorative ver- 
sion is Ceil Chapman's ail- 
over beaded black sheath— 
sleek, shiny and sultry—cut 
with two fins flipping out 
at the hem of this serpentine 
affair. 


FOR LATE DAY there are 
short dresses with shaped 
fullness, and sheaths ani 


See Fashion, Page 37 . 


Stere beours 9:30 a.m. te 5:45 p.m. 


Clearance 


of LLGGAGE 


SECOND FLOOR 


In Off termer prices 


Exceptional savings on men’s and women’s fine lug- 


gage taken from stock and reduced for clearance. 


Men's top grain leather or fibreglas® companion 


cases—one-suiter. two-suiters, three-suiters. 


Were 


42.00 to 79.50 


Women’s canvas, plastic or fibreglas* wardrobe, 


train, overnight, weekend, pullman, or hat and 


shoe cases. 


ALL 


SALES 


FINAL. 


NO APPROVALS. 


NO MAIL. PHONE OR C.0.D. ORDERS. 


ON SALE AT OUR MAIN STORE ONLY 


Julius Garfinckel & Co. 


© STREET o FOURTEENTH 


Tobe Says: 


TODAY let's think shout accessories for 


1334 F STREET NW. 


Beaeed te Sterde Cearbide fer Extra Weer 
Expertly made with ali the know-how thet makes 
Armmelia Carhart a top seller Yours at a fraction of 
its regular cost. Brown Englisch tweed 
Res. $33 toh com S22” Sep S56 26" sive 33.34" 

S22" Sep. 59.50 Pullman 29 39.67" 


“Juw Bw 


open Tonight! 


— Frank RSelleffm 


Sree Cer Oe Ghruses, Se tees Giver Egrong 


Dress plus jacket 
NEW! im dark cotton 


front and back then 

covered for downtown 
with the curve of 

a titted jacket. 

Floral printed brown, 
mavy OF grey; 

ees 12 te 20 

and 14°% te 24". 


Mary Haworth’s Mail 


Clinging Wife 
Must Grow Up 


DEAR MARY HAWORTH 
I am writing for my sister. 
who feels I can write the 
better letter. Her problem 
might easily 
be mine if | r 
had her make- 
up: but I am 
not much like 
her, therefore 
have no prob- 
lem 

Weare both 
in our twen- 
ties. Jane is 
married to a 
wonder ful 
man her own 
age, 23. whom she truly loves, 
she says. She has confessed to 
me a pang of jealousy because 
she feels (rightly) that she 
cant enter the area of his 
main interests, which are 
sports 

John, Til call him, has a 
lifelong chum ({a_ bachelor) 
who visits maybe once a week, 
and the two men are like 
schoolboys discussing their 
favorite topics. Occasionally 
they go to games together and 
obviously enjoy each other's 
company. Jane doesnt care 
for sports, but feels “left 
out” when Johp doesn't ask 
her to go with him 

I've told Jane that John's 
Interest in sports doesn’t 
subtract from his devotion to 
her. He is @onderful to ber 
as she says herself. I've ad 
vised her to develop interests 
of her own 


Mary Haworth 


WHEN T AVORK nights. as 
T often dé. my husband's 
best pal ‘also a bachelor} 
comes over and the two men 
baby-sit with our son. and 
have a great time with thei 
hi-fi records and books. The 
are very intellectual and I 
am not, but | don't feel as 
helpless or left out as my 
sister does 

My husband and I are 25 
and we've always maintaincd 
a certain amount of freedom 
throughout our three years 
of marriage. My sister is 


clinging, and though I don't | 


think John has noticed it in 


their one year of marriage, | 
I'm sure as time passes he | 


will feel the strings growing 
tughter. 

Will you please try to ex- 
plam a good attitude for her 
to assume’ T am completely 
happy, but she seems to gain 
no inspiration from my mar 
riage hs 


DEAR P. T.:: Your sister's 


attitude is babyfied, though | 


ft is unflatiering to a baby 
\ baby literally 
whereas 


to sav 80 
eant heip himself. 
your sister could, if she had 


to make the effort or perish 


Jane expects to be the cen-' | 


ter of attention. solely be- 


cause she exists. It is this im | 


fantilism on her part that 
takes the joy out of marriage 
for her, and causes her to 
feel crucified by John's other 
interests in life. And 
causes him to be bored with 
her (more than either ad 
mits), I suppose 

lo be explicit, Jane's atti- 
tude is insatiably demanding 
and consumingly seifish, 
though cloaked in tenms of 
winsome “helpless” appeal. 
In having you author this let- 
ter on her behalf, for ex 


aiso 


ample, she contrives to make | 
you feel pleased with your- | 


self, aS a person specially 
gifted and complimented, in 


doing her essential work ‘or | 


her 


Residing in Hyattsville 
Mr. and Mrs 
Davis are now 
Hyattsville, Md following 
their June wedding Mrs 
Davis, the former Barbar Jean 
Stephens, is the daughter of 
Mr. end Mrs. Fdmund Ste 
phens of Arlington. Va. Her 
husband is the son of Vir. and 
Mrs. Cecil M. Davis of River 
dale, Md 


Edgar Neil 
residing in 


DAR Regent Sails 


Mrs. Franklin T. Garrett, 
new regent of Col. James Mc 
Call Chapter of the District 
D. A 
at a tea in her home on Kent- 
bury Dr.. Bethesda, Md. be- 
fore sailing recently for Eu 
rope The chapters next 
meeting will be in October. 


o 


_~ 


R. entertained officers \ 


' 


ACTUALLY it is no real 
service to Jane, to humor her 
in this plaintive dependency 
and 
usual thing. You are right in 
deed, in advising her to. de 
velop “interests” (or re 
sources) of\her own. 

And it is to be hoped that 
her devoted husband has the 
sound judgment to set her a 
good example of mature 
sense, in steadily maintaining 
a balanced repertory of legit 
mate social interests, despite 
her jealous drive to slice him 
down to her sub-standard 
measure 

From the sane adult view 
the right attitude for Jane to 
take is that she is privileged 
1o share in John's life. as his 


wile: but she isn't entitled to | 


iry to cut him of{ from rep 
ulablie interests that just 


don t happen to be hers, spon- 


taneously. 

Her present anxiety 
frustration are a 
minder to her to grow up. 
psychologically. and become 
comfortably oriented to the 
practice of making room in 
her life for beloved persons, 
who arent necessarily ab- 
sorbed in her all the time 

M.H 


and 


Mary Haworth counsels 
through her column and not 
buy. mail or personal inter 
niew. Wrote to her en care of 
The Washmoate Post and 
Ti ngs Herald 


@ Geod Will Offer! Ge to 
days most modera blue deter- 
geat—the enly one with a Can- 
non Face Cloth teside! New 
Blue Detergent Silver Dust 
washes clothes whiter, brighter 
than sew —even in hardest wa- 
ter. No biuing seeded — i's « 
wooderful a/l-purpese detergen: 
Speeds dishwashing! Ger large 
size New Blue Detergent Silver 
Dust—with the paste! color Can- 
noo Face Cloth inude. (Cannon 
Dish Towel in Gieot Size!) 


imported marble cafe table 


Give vour teverite room @ tevch of old world chofm with this 


dremot< Penwen cofe tab'e 


your fing room, bredkfast sock. porch o potio 
travertine too of Beautifully textured beige meorbdie on Winch 
trpod bese 


eontemporery 


wrought 


the emertes? « cow Gecor ter 


J-rnch Roman 


wen $57.95 


impotted Helien Chieweri chair in block of wolouwt with woven 


fush seo? . 


$19.95 


“Washington's Largest Marble Display” 
Bist M Street N.W. (at Wisconsin) Fideral 4-1362 
Open 1! 4.M. te & PLM. Dally 


exploitiveness as the | 


sharp re- | 


* 2@ 4 


7 * > > 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


Thursday, July 12, 1956 


7 
Ger Spring Valley Store, Open Toreder through Saturday 


(Q4 


Exceptional reductions on many groups of our important fashion merchandise. All beautifully styled . . . All 


"Julius 
Garfinckel 
& Co. 


Stere Hours: 9:30 a.m. te 5:45 p.m. 


a” 


me 


f A 


priced at great savings, but not all sizes. fabrics or colors im any one group. On many items intermediate mark- 
downs have been taken. 


ALL SALES FINAL NO MAIL. TELEPHONE OR C_.0.D. ORDERS NO APPROVALS 


@ rump Fioor 


ee ee 


; 
: 
; 
; 


dresses—F urther reductions on couturier dresses. Many one-of-a-hind including daytime. cocktail and eve- 
ning gowns: silk, wool and cotton: by such designers as CHRISTIAN DIOR—NEW YORK, TALMACK, 
HARVEY BERIN, HANNAH TROY, CEIL CHAPMAN, TRAINA-NORELL. KUNEL. ADELE SIMPSON. 
MOLLIE PARNIS and others. 


or more 


otf 


original 
price 


were 
59.95 
69.95 
39.95 
155.00 


19S. 


22.00 to 330.00 
73.00 to 150.00 


Special group of spring and summer dresses 49.95 to 495.00 
suiis—silk, light wool, cotton, «ilk tweed, 110.00 to 225.00 


\ special group of one-of-a-kind couturier suits creathy reduced. 


coats—full-lencth and toppers; light weight tweed, silk, light weight fleece 


were Now 
19.95 te 149.95 32.00 tw 99.00 


i eee ee 


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BRIDAL SALON 


bridesmaids dresses—talfeta. ergands. aston chiffes. One-of-a-kind, some suitable for cocktail and evening wear 
were Von 
79.95 te 49.95 19.00 io 33.00 


wedding dresses—iace. organds. taffeta. satin. peau de sete. Some suitable for fall and winter 
were 
69.55 te 265.06 


ow 


FIRST FLOOR 


gleres—cotion, new 2.65: also a croup of leather gloves have 
been taken from stock and reduced. 


SIATH FLOOR 
DEBUTANTE SHOPS 


dresses—da) time. afternoon and short evening dresses 
were ow 
12.95 te 49.95 | .. 8.086 te 33.00 
A greup ef summer suits 1/3 off former prices. 


SECOND FLOOR 


1/4 to 1/3 off original prices of a croup of Beys' Clothing and | 


Furnishings. 


A group ef separates 1/3 to 1/2 off former prices. 


FOURTH FLOOR 
GREENBRIER SPORTS SHOP 


were 
17.95 te 79.95 


coats—wool, spring and summer weight 
49.95 te 149.95 


raincoats— 19.95 te 59.95 
skirts—pasiel wool 17.95 te 25.98 
A group of sport«wear greatly redoaced 


MISSES’ SHOPS 


dresses—misses’, petite and half sizes; summer cotten. imen. ~-3 print. 


daytime and cocktail, costumes were 
17.95 te 89.95 127.608 te 53.80 


A group of daytime and evening dresses 50%, off former prices. 


suits—misses, petite and half sizes; cotton, silk. reyen, Crutsaiine.” 
printed cotton, linen 


hats—<«pring and early summer, some fur felts 
16.95 te 16.95 6.50 to 180.00 


dresses—silk. cotton, rayon A greup of First Fleer Hat Bar hats also reduced. 


GIRLS’ AND SUB-DEB SHOP 


coats and suifts—<«pring. sizes 7-14: &14 
were 
17.95 te 39.95 


755 te 32.95 


ow 
2.50 to 26.0¢ 


5.00 to 22.00 


a@resses —«izes 7-11: &-14 
bleases—<«<izes 7-14: 8-14 3.95 te 4.95 2.50 te 3.25 
skirts—<«mes 7-14: &-14 495 te 7.95 3.25 te 5.00 


4 greap ef accessories. playwear. sleepwear. raincoats and underwear 
5/3 te 1/2 off former prices. 


INFANTS’ AND CHILDREN’S SHOP 


coats—toddier and sizes 34x. boys and girls 
were ,ow 
35.00 10.00 to 23.00 


P 25.00 te 69.95 17.00 te 47.00 14.95 to 

Also a group of wool suits 30% off former prices. dresses—itoddier and sizes 2-4 

. 7.95 te 25.00 ...... 
begs suits and jeckets 5.560 to 27.00 


pleygeweer and s! ~pweaer—a-<orted «izes 
2.95 to 5.95 2.08 to 4.00 


A greup of accessories. shorts. bathing suits. ramceats and creepers 
5/3 to 1/2 off former prices. 


5.80 to 16.50 
5.50 to 18.50 


MATERNITY SHOP 
l-piece and 2-piece dresses, suits and separates 
were Vow 
16.95 te 39.95 7.838 te 27.00 
Also a special group of maternity wear 50%, off former prices a s 


at SPRING VALLEY 


FIRST FLOOR 
GREENBRIER SPORTS SHOP—dresses, coats, suits, raincoats, 
skirts. cashmere sweaters. a group of sportswear 
INFANTS AND CHILDREN'S SHOP—<coats, dresses. boys’ 
sults and jackets. playwear and sleepwear, a croup of acces 
series, shorts, bathing suits and creepers 
SHOP FOR BOYS—a croup of boys’ clothing and furnishings 
ECOND FLOOR 
GIRLS’ AND SUB-DEB SHOP—<eats and suits, dresses, blouses, 
skirts. a group of accessories, playwear, sleepwear and underwear 
MISSES’ SHOP—dresses (daytime. cocktail and evening), suits 
MATERNITY SHOP—a group of maternity dresses, suits and 
separates 
DEBUTANTE SHOP—dresses (daytime, afternoon and short 
evening dresses), summer suiis, amd a group of separates 
COUTURIER SALON—dresses (daytime. cocktail and evening) . 


FIFTH FLOOR 


blouses and skirts—some two-piece co-ordinates: silk and Orlen.* cotten. 
Yow 


nylon, silk, rayon, linen were 
10.95 te 129.95 7.08 te 38.68 


lingerie—pajamas, gowns—long and short, «lips. halfclips, beaffant 
petticoats, panties; cotton, silk, nylon tricet, wewen nylon 
4.00 te 419.95 . 2.358 te 33.00 


robes—iong and short; negligees, hostess rebes, lounging pajamas: silk. 
velvet, cotton, nylon, rayon, wool 
8.95 te 115.00 6.08 tc 73.80 


bras, girdles and cerseleties—tiily of France. Hollywood Maxwell. 
Character, Model, Warner. Bras, all colers; girdles and corselettes, Mack. 
white, pink 
bras 

girdies and cerseleties 


7.56 te 6.95 ' 
£58 te 15.00 e 


Julius Garfinckel & Co. 


\— STREET at FOURTEENTH 


4 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
34 Thursday, July 12, 1956 nae y 


Anne’s Trading Post 


This Working Wife 
Bakes Her Own 


LILA BARTLETT of Stiver Spring, Md., is a working 
mother whose family \group enjoy home-baked cakes, 
cookies and pies each week 

A job as secretary in the busy Capitol Hill office of Rep 
F. Ross Adair and activities as president of the Junior 
Women's Club of Silver Spring might be enough to keep 
most women away from the oven—but not Mrs. Rartlett 
Monday night is baking time at her house 

“I whip up my own cakes with a couple of standby 
frostings which are easy but delicious,” she says. Into the 
oven at the same time go brownies (made from a mix 
chocolate chip cookies and custard. Meanwhile, eggs are 
boiling for egg salad and a meat loaf is mixed for freezing 

Planning is very important for this busy mother with 
three ever-hungry children, aged 11, 10 and 6, and a husband 
who still wants home-cooked meals 

Here are some typical Bartlett menus: 


Meat Loaf Dinner 
Baked potatoes 

Frozen peas Applesauce 
Corn bread Devil's food cake 

The meat loaf which was prepared Monday night goes 
into the electric oven with the potatoes. The ovea turns 
on automatically while Mrs. Bartlett is at work. Eleven- 
year-old Georgia Bartlett prepares the corn bread mix, 

MEAT LOAF 

I‘. pounds top of round ground 


@ FROM MAYER & CO.’S DISPLAY ROOMS 
coop dey aden = Indl itharmaaten tin i oe ar 
ay se @ ONE-OF-A-KIND FLOOR SAMPLES 

@ ODDS AND ENDS FROM WAREHOUSE 


OPEN THURSDAY, 9 A.M. TO-9 P.M. 


We've sharply marked down a vast collection 
of precious Lifetime Furniture for 
immediate clearance. This is all regular 
Lifetime Furniture you’d normally pay 

much more for . .. nothing has been 
specially purchased (or added) for 

this event. Save substantially on bedroom, 
dining room and living room furniture, 
occasional pieces, lamps, rugs, etc., in the finest 
Traditional, Provincial or Modern. Sorry, 
no mail, phone or C.O.D, orders; all 


sales final; all items subject to prior sale. 


; i , 
OF LIFETIME FURNITURE 


Coie 33% 50% 


LISTED BELOW IS JUST A SAMPLE OF THE HUNDREDS OF EXCEPTIONAL VALUES ON SALE... DOWNSTAIRS STORE ONLY 


Meat loaf 


tablespoon worcestershire satice 
cups Wheaties crumbled 
‘4 teaspoon each of black pepper 
pinch of oregano 
enough milk to moisten 
Bake at 350 for 1 hour 15 minutes. Tomato s4u 
poured over a few minutes hefore the meat 
from the oven 


7 


EASY FROSTING 
1 stick of butter 5 tablespoons milk 
pinch of salt red food coloring for pink 
3 cups confectioners sugar color 
2 teaspoons vanilla This frosts two S-inch layers 


Alexander Smith Carpet 
1,000 sq. yds. of rayon and nylon deep plush 
pile broadioom. Discontinued pattern. 

Was 31095 sq. yd. 


: now 7 QO5 $Q. YD. 


2° and 15° widths in grey, champagne, 
pecon beige, green and turquoise. 


PULLMAN SLEEP SOFAS 


ONE-OF-A-KIND FLOOR SAMPLES 


Were 295.00 to 369.00. NOW__..188.00 
Excellent Selection of Fine Fabrics 


Famous, Firm-O-Rest innerspring mottresses 
ond Dox springs. 
Were $119.95 Per Set 


NOW 79. 50 PER SET 


FULL AND TWIN SIZES 


Steak Special 

Broiled steak Fresh spinach 
French fried potatoes Baked custard 
Tossed salad 

The minute Lila Bartlett arrives home from work she 
cleans the salad ingredients and soaks them in cold water 

When the other dinner chores are done, she chops finely 
half head of lettuce, peeled cucumber, radishes, green 


CARPET CLEARANCE 
onions and two tomatoes. These are tossed with her 


favorite dressing: 1 cup sour cream. \« cup French dressing, ) Was NOW 
] tablespoon salad oil, dash of salt, pinch of garlic salt, tmoyy Grey ond Green 12 Sp age 1395 10.95 Heritege, Cocktail Table, Parchment 159. 50 , vincial 

celery salt and pepper ed : my a | eee Brandt, Lomp Table, Fruitwood and itelien, Provincial Breokfront Chine 146.00 
orey ond-Beige oyon and Nylon Bross yh Se shee tatih aan? a : Tell City, Cherry Buffet, Table, 6 

plend .... oon ae- s--= 9.93 6.95. Hekmen, Fr. Provinciol, Fruitwood Chairs 474.00 296.00 
Beige, Grey ond Cocoa Uncut All Cocktail Table .__. ._.. $1.50 
Wool al . 13.95 10.95 Widdicomb, Chairside, Inlaid Mahog- 

6.95 3.95 189.50 


Many @ther Items Not Listed 
sion Table, 4 Side and 2 Arm Chairs. 545.00 325.00 


BEDDING AND 
48-Inch French Provincial Credenza 
SLEEP SOFAS Buffet 


.365.00 189.00 
French Provinciel Junior Dinette, 7- 


147.00 68.00 Wes NOW Piece Group -..- 
Pullman Pillow Back Sofa, Sleeper, Drexel, Trovis ny, 

mubby cover _. _........ 545.00 339.00 Drop Leof Extension Table — .. 169.00 $8.00 
Kerpen Sleep Sofa Chart. Mato- Thomesville, Mahogany Chine 

lasse <. _379.00 248.00 Cabinet 121.00 79.00 


eT, =". 


"rrr TrrlhTeee eee eee eee 


a KK EK ee 


TRADITIONAL 
Seher, Mohogory Lemp Table. DINING ROOM 


Leother . g . Was 
Wooderd, Commode Tobie 7-Piece Dinette Group, French Pro- 


Family Picnic 

Raked heans - Hambureers 
Potatoe salad 
Applesauce Double crust 

On Thursday nights during the summer. when her . Grey Cocoa, Green Cotton Brood oom . 
husband plays softball with the Jaycees and 10yearold | —Fxl0 Beige Deep Pile Rayon 
Billy works out with the Cub Scout team, Mrs. Bartlett | —_— . 9950 39.00 
plans a picnic. She feels a change in the eating pattern }—1 2x10" x8" Grey All- Wool High- 
revives summer appetites ond-Low Loop Pile 

The delicious doublecrust lemon pie is a specialty ) 1 2’x1 8’ Almond Beige Wool! Vel. 
reserved for the days after Congress adjourns, when her vet Broadioom__......._._.__. 
work load is lighter. She uses a favorite a and roll |—12’x9’9” Kelly Green Deep DiI " 
pastry recipe for the crusts. It's made with 2 cups flour, Cotton Wilton 
% cup cooking oil, % cup cold whole milk and 1"2 teaspoons 112 “10 - Come Catron 


salt. Brood!oom ee ica .112.00 85.00 


Seann pibiee enreet tte , Cherry Dropleat Table, 
lemon pie 


Buffet, Table, Breck: 
né, 4 Side Choirs and 2 Arm 


Corner China Exten 
.195.00 98.00 


LEMON PIE FILLING 
1% cups sugar 3 egg yolks 


7 tablespoons cornstarch % cup fresh lemon juice 
% teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons butter 
1% cups hot water 

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And Invite the Neighbors 
Try an Ice Cream Outing — 
On Sticky Summer Weekend 


By Louise Gephart 


LET'S MOVE OUTDOORS this weekend. In 
vite some of your neighbors to join the family 
at an ice-cream outing. There's nothing better 
in the summertime. 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIVES HERALD 
eee Thursday, July 12, 1956 3h 


Gee 


With the pictures here are several suggestions 
for varying your ice-cream menu. If.you're the 
kind who likes the old-fashioned vanilla ice 
cream, here's that recipe, too: 

Pictured on this page are just a few ideas Beat two egg whites with “% teaspoon salt 
for giving this favorite dessert « many-splen- until stiff. Blend in 2 tablespoons of sugar. Beat 
dored look. Have you. noticed how ice cream 2 egg yolks, add 1% cups of light cream, % cup 
brings out the best in other foods, too” Serve SEGRE ORE ! CAREPSE SERED, PUES UletED Cas 


it with & whites and 1 cup of whipped heavy cream into 
with cakes, puddings, cookies, pies, all kinds egg yolk mixture. Pour into freezing tray and 
of fruits and hot coffee. 


freeze. Stir once during freezing. Yield: 1 quart. 


HAWAIIAN SUNDAE—Ice cream and fruit are favorite compan- 
ions. Right now cantaloupe with ice cream makes a super sundae 
You can vary the appearance of the sundae by cutting the melon 
in different ways. Form a ring around the ice cream using canta 


loupe bells, cut slices of cold cantaloupe to- make rings for ice 
cream; fill half a cantaloupe with ice cream. In the picture above. 
l-inch slices, cut in half, are garnished with coconut. You can use 
this trim with chocolate ice cream for a colorful dessert. 


All Dressed Up 
For Special Day 


A GENEROUS BOWL of ice cream sur 

rounded by small dishes of toppings for 

sundaes on a silver tray (pictured at the 

right) makes «a glamorous combination 

Your guests can select their own’ sauce. 

For a variation make cranberry sherbet, 

which is especially pretty on a dish trimmed 

with daisies. Crush jellied cranberry sauce 

from a li-pound can with a fork. Add 2 

ap ee - ;, tablespoons of lemon juice, % cup of 
4 ' ie 4 he oo oS orange juice, 2 teaspoons of grated lemon 


, rind and 1 tablespoon of grated orange rind. 
DAYS OF YORE—Dips of ice cream right from (1% quarts) of half and half, and 2 cups of 


Pour into a freezer tray and freeze at 
the freezer are enough to make anyone's mouth whipping cream. Bring to a boil and cook 8 to coldest setting until sherbet is mushy. Fold 
10 minutes over medium heat, stirring con- 


KI ' yore” f 
water, Back to the “days of yore” for some lemon in 2 stiffly beaten egg whites or % cup of 


custard ice cream that rivais the best from stantly. Sur about *s cup of hot mixture into whipped heavy cream and continue frees 


: 7 "ny ’ lgoert » > . -_~ 
Grandma's freezer. In the electric freezer pic ing until mixture is stiff. Makes 6 servings 


4 beaten eggs. Return to pan and cook over low 
tured. all the chore of- turning by hand is elimi heat, stirring constantly, for about 5 minutes 
nated. For the lemon custard ice cream. mix 4 Remove from heat and cool. (For faster cool 
cups of sugar and 7 tablespoons of cornstarch in ing. beat with mixer or stir occasionally.) When 
e 4quart sauce pan. Add 1 cup of fresh lemon cool, pour into 1 gallon ice cream freezer and 


juice, 1 tablespoon grated lemon peel and 6 cups 


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cups brown sugar, packed % teaspoon salt 
Fish. turkeys and broiler teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon soda 
and fryer chickens lead the eggs. 2 cups (‘% Ib.) coconut 
Nation's “best buy” list this 
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The Interior Departments Mix in vanilla. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after 
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Fruit Cup 
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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 
o6 Thursday, July 12, 1956 eee 


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The Miller-Monroe Romance 


Marilyn, 


Fourth of a Series 


“She fas never been asso- 
: ciated with a Liberal crowd 
By Jim Cook or Conservative crowd as 
ARTHUR MILLER'S LIFE such.” one of her Hollywood 
has been threaded with social intimates observed 
and political controversy for “| don't think she has any 
years, but friends figure he politics. I'd call her a polit- 
wont spend nruch time talk ical neuter 
ing about politics with his “If she’s in love with Mil 
new wife ler, it is with Miller the man 
Mrs Arthur Miller (for and Miller the writer rather 
merly Marilyn Monroe) has than with the political views 
never publicly concerned her- he holds.” 
self with such matters. Miller asserts that he him- 


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self has never been concerned 
with “politics” in the usual 
let's-get-out-the-vote manner. 
One thing is certain. His 
views as @ protester did not 
come to him ready-made. 
Both the elder males in his 
immediate family, his father 
and his maternal grandfather, 
were status quo Republicans. 

“The rest of us in the family 
were New Dealers, I guess,” 
Says the playwrights Sister, 
Joan Copeland, 

\ substantial portion of 
Miller's protests has been di- 
rected against anti-Semitism 
His grandfather was very de- 
vout in the Jewish faith. died 
in a synagogue. The imme- 
diate family was less devout, 
but always observed the Jew- 
ish high holidays 


MILLER’'S FIRST NOVEL, 
“Focus.” was devoted to the 
theme of anti-Semitism. “Fo 
cus” was banned from at 
least one school library as 
anti-Catholic 

One critic assailed “All My 
Sons.” Miller's first hit play. 
as an “unfounded smear upon 
the American business com- 
munity.” Replied Miller 

“The ideology of Amer- 
ica—every man for himself— 
denies man the essential need 
to give something,” he said 
the year the war ended. “Go 
out and see what you can get’ 
must be changed to “Go out 
and see what you can give.” 


Arthur Won't Talk Politics 


He admitted he made an 
error when he swore to the 
New York board that he had 
submitted a non-Communist 
oath to the State Department 
when applying for a passport 
in 1954. It was an honest 
error of memory, he said. 

(Later Miller did submit 
such an oath in applying for 
a passport to accompany his 
new wife on a trip to Eng- 
land. He got the passport.) 

Miller was asked if in 1952 
he signed a statement de- 
fending the 12 Communists 
who were convicted under 
the federal Smith Act. Miller 
said he had, adding: 

“I am opposed to the Smith 
Act and I am still opposed to 
anyone being penalized for 
advocating anything.” 


HE ADMITTED attending 
See Monroe, Page 38 


Alexandria Hadassah Teas 


A series of summer get-to- 
gether teas has been planted 
by Alexandria chapter of 
Hadassah to open their mem- 
bership drive. The first of the 
teas will be held July 17 at 
8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. 
Harold Fagelson, 302 Cam- 


bridge dr. Alexandria. 

Next on the schedule will 
be a tea Aug. 8 to be held 
at the home of Mrs. Samuel 
Noval, 2500 Hays st., Alexan- 
dria. A membership supper 
to be held in September will 
wind up the season's drive. - 


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On June 21. 1956. the 
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Dulles Addresses Students 


Students From Page 31 


eign exchange student him- 
self 

“Onivy we didn't call it 
that.” he said and went on to 
*xpiain thet when he was 14 
years old he and his siste 
spent a year in Switzerland 
where they went to schoo! 

He termed the experience 
gained in living abroad as 
“perhaps the most valuable 

of my education.” For 

ntinued, “the first thing 

mportance, if youre @oing 

to deal in international 

affairs, is getting to under- 
stand other people.” 

He praised the American 
Field Service for its program 
of bringing foreign students 
here for study and sending 
American boys and. girls 
abroad. “It is making a tre- 
mendous contribution tor 
peace’ he said, “one that will 
make my job, for those who 
fill it 15 or 20 vears from ! 
an easicr task to peritor! 


HER SPEAKERS on the 

,ere | } as }? 

Pike special assistant to 

President Eisenhowe: and 

James T. Murphy, ecial 

agent of the FBI who told the 

students “one of the most 

misunderstood things is what 
the FRI does.” 

“It is not a Federal police 
force,” he said. “The main 
thing we do is enforce ap 
proximately 140 Federal laws 
the bulk of them dealin 
with interstate crimes ard 
maintaining internal secwl- 
ty.” 


HALF the students gah- 
ered yesterday morning in 
the Senate Caucus RKéom 
where they plied three Sen- 
ators with questions aout 
United States politics, and 
foreign policy, after h@ring 
Sen. Paul Douglas @-I11.) 
explain the functios of 
the Federal, Executiw and 
Legislative branches Of the 
Covernment . 
boy from Germany 
wanted to know wha makes 
the difference betwefn a Re- 
publican and Demogat Pres- 
ident—is it based dn issues 
or personalities? 
Sen. Mike Marsfield (D- 


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Fashion From Page 32 


season 
drapery and 


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bloused backs, 
floating panels which often 
fall from just below the 
shoulder blades to emphasize 
a high lise. There are also 
many imteresting dinner, 
theater. restaurant and cafe 
suits (apparently nobody's 
expected to stay home!) 

These are cut in a range of 
resplendent fabrics—one of 
the most exciting being 
Trigere’s sleeveless suit of 
white silk twill with bloused 
sieeve iess iacket over a 
black broadcloth top beneath, 
shown with one of her white 
“birdcage veils.” 


In Silver Spring 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward V 
Garabedian are now residing 


in SHvér Spring, Md., follow- 


ing their June marriage. Mrs 
Garabedian is the former 
Grace Nishan, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. William Nishan 


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Mrs. Vahan Garabedian of 
Chevy Chase, Md, is a grad- 
wate of Benjamin [Franklin 
University. 


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Mont.) replied it is often 
based on personality, but 
added that “the Democrats 
are more liberal and close 
to the people while the Re- 
publicans tend to favor big 
business . 

To the question of whether 
religion has anything to do 
with the election of a Presi- 
dent, Senator Mansfield said 

it hasn't since the 1928 elec 
tion.” 

Asked to state his prefer 
ence for President, he replied 
that “Adlai Stevenson seems 
to be leading the field.” 


THE BIGGEST applause 
was reserved for an indirect 
mention of President Eisen 
hower. It came when Sen. 
Wallace Bennett (R-Utah) 
said, “I'm sure we will not 
have a different President 
after November.” 

Asked if he thinks East and 
West Germany can be unified 

mn conterences without con 
flict.’ Sen. Clifford Case (R 
N. J.) expressed belief that 
“unification will come” but 
it cannot be accomplished b 
4 single conference. But. he 
sdded, “I don't think we will 
have a war.” 


NINETEEN busloads of 
foreign exchange students— 


653 in all — are making 
their greatest impact on the 
suburban areas where they 
are guests in private homes. 

Scattered over 19 commu- 
nities, the recent high school 
graduates will get a final in- 
side view of American life at 
the level before re- 
turning to their native lands 


after a year in the United 
states 


MORE THAN half-a-dozen 
special welcoming ceremonies 
—some as colorful as the flags 
of their homeland — were 
staged for the groups on their 
arrival in the respective com- 
munities where their visit is 
being sponsored by church, 
civic and other organizations. 

Hot coffee and doughnuts 
were served with the mail 
distributed to the 39 students. 
representing I7. .countries, 
who arrived sh y after 10 
a.m. at the flag-®corated en- 
trance to Clifton Park in Sil 
ver Spring 


home 


WESTERN hats and regalia 
indicating they had been to 
California, were the identify- 
ing badges of the 38 students 
who arrived at 9 a. m. in 
Westmoreland Hills at the 
home of Mrs. D. C. McKenzie. 


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WHEN MRS. Edgar Fell 
decided on July 11 as the 
date of ber cocktail party 
she didn’t know that it would 
celebrate her « ease 
sale of the §, . 
late Mrs. 

Dwight Davis’ 

house to the 

Laos govern- 

ment for its 

new embassy. 

The Ambassa- 

dor, Ourot 
Souvanna- | “ 
vong signed & i 
on Monday Mrs. McNai 
after almost 
two years of looking. 

Mrs. Fell’s own house on 
Thirty-Second st., off Cleve- 
land ave. is surrounded by 
trees, is roomy and comfort- 
able and yesterday the host- 
ess had asked only enough 
of her friends to pleasantly 
fill the drawing room suite 

The Peruvian Ambassador, 
Fernando Berckemeyer, was 
among the first to arrive. 
Vice Admiral and Mrs. Clark 
Woodward, the Robert 
Schencks and Nigel Gaydon 
were early birds too and Mrs. 
Woodward slipped upstairs 
to spend a half hour with 
Mrs. Fell’s mother, Mrs. 
Gordon Crawford. 


MRS. WALTER Bryte, not 
long back from Southampton 
was looking for Col. Bryte to 
join her if he could get his 
new boat, which he had sailed 
up the inland waterway from 
Florida, berthed on the West 
River. 

Vice Adm. and Mrs. Calvin 
Cobb, and Maj. Gen. and Mrs 
Leigh Wade, came in, both 
Mrs. Cobb and Mrs. Wade in 
cool-looking powder biue. 

Nell MacCracken, also in 
pale blue, and just back from 
New York sald the only dis- 
appointing part of her stay 
was the play, “The Diary of 
Anne Frank” which put her 
to sleep—promptl) 

Dr. and Mrs. William A 
Morgan were there and 
“extra men” Donald Downs, 
James Coggill, Bill Wait and 
a pleasant young Britisher by 
the name of Gibb. 


KATHARINE Byron 
brought with her a tremen 
dous thermos bottle flled 
with iced tea. “I'm on a diet,” 
she explained 

Madeleine Adams, Meade 
and Clare Patrick and the 
Fontaine Brouns. were al! in 
porch groups or about the 
buffet table. 

Mrs. Julian Gillesple and 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Plitt 
came together; Mme. Viad- 
imir Rybar, Mrs. Henry Flood 


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guests Mr. and Mrs. William 
Watson—no relations. 


Sea Story: 

TWO MINESWEEPERS 
from the Netherlands moved 
into Pier 5 yesterday for a 
stay of five days. 

The Dokkum, commanded 
by Lt. T. H. de Meester and 
the Wildervank, whose skip- 
per is Lt. J. H. Boestra, are 
on an unofficial visit here to 
show the United States Naval 
authorities a completely 
Dutch designed ship of this 
type and to make compara- 
tive trials with American 
minesweepers of the same 
design. 

This afternoon, Rear Adm 
Lorenzo S. Sabin Jr.. Com 
manding Officer Potomac 
River Naval Command. will 
give a cocktail party for the 
ships’ officers at his quarters 
at the Naval Gun Factory 

On Thursday, the officers 
will be entertained at lunch- 
eon at the Netherlands Em 
bassy by Baron van Voorst 
tot Voorst, Netherlands 


charge d'affaires. Later that 
afternoon, Lt. de Meester 
and Lt. Boerstra and other 
officers will be hosts at a 
cocktail party on shipboard 
for a group of United States 
Navy officers and others. 

Anyone for minesweeping? 
The ships will be open to the 
public on Saturday from 
l p. m. to 4 p. m 


From Tokyo: 
LIEUT. COL. and Mrs. Mi- 


chael Gussie have returned 
from station in Japan and 


have bought a house in Alex- | 


andria. Mrs. Gussie studied 
flower arrangement during 
her stay in Japan and pub 
lished a book, 
nese Flower Arranging” 
about two months ago 


Parade: 


SECRETARY of the Navy 
and Mrs. Charlies Thomas 
will be guests of honor at the 
reception following the Sun- 
set Parade at Marine Bar- 
racks on Friday at which the 
Commandant of the Marine 
Corps, Lieut. Gen. Randolph 
Pate, and Mrs. Pate, will be 
hosts. 


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MARY K. PROSISE 
ANTHONY MILLER JR. 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo I. Prosise of 
Springfield, Md., announce 
the engagement of their 
daughter, Mary Katherine, to 
Dr. Anothony G. Miller Jr., 
son of Mrs. Anthony G. Miller 
of Chevy Chase, Md., and the 
late Dr. Miller. Miss Prosise 
is a graduate of Georgetown 
Visitation Preparatory 
School and Junior College, 


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and of St. Jos@ph College, 


Emmitsburg, Md. Her fiance 
attended Duke University and 
was graduated from George- 
town University School of 
Dentistry. 


CAROLYN R. REIN 
—LAWRENCE I. ZAROFF 
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rein an- 
nounce the engagement of 
their daughter, Carolyn Rose, 
to Dr. Lawrence Irving Zar- 
off, son of Mr. and Mrs. David 
Zaroff. Miss Rein is a gradu- 


Kingagements 


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cine and is now interning at 
the Mount Sinai Hospital in 
New York City. 


FRANCES SKINNER 
—GEORGE V. RUOS JR. 

Mr .and Mrs. Virchell J. Skin- 
ner of East Liverpool, Ohio, 
announce the engagement of 
their daughter, Frances I., 
to Capt. George V. Ruos Jr., 
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meetings of Communist Party 
writers in 1947. Then came 
the crucial questions. Asked 
yround who else was at the writers 
Nn not meetings, he replied 

' Mr. Chairman, I under 
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this question and I want you 
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Child Behavior 


Mongoloid in Family 
No Cause for Shame 


By the Gesell lustitute 


THE OTHER DAY we an- Who is apt to have such 
swered the letter ofa mother a child? Almost anybody 
who had been told by her plty- might. Not enough is known 
sician that her infant son about this condition to make 
was a mongoloid idiot and useful predictions about when 
that he should, for the sake it may turn wp. It is generally 
of the family, be put into an believed that the highest 
institution. In answering this percentage of <uch children 
mother's questions we is born to older mothers 
assured her that actually women between the ages of 
many mongoloid = children 35 and 40. However. many 
can be kept at home. and that mothers whoa are under 2 
many grow up to be accent aiso do produce moncoloid 
able members of their children 
families 

During the reset of this 
week, we should Piike to 
discuss some of the not too 
widely’ known or understood 
facts about mongolism. Verv , 
little has been written on abnormalities and mo + bege = 
this subject. The standard yetiepments pocubiarities, 
work in the field) is a tech- = 6, 8 ERIS whe looks s 
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Clemens Benda (Grune & eter wh , Nang wee peer 

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Stratton He is usually easily recog- 


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ask how frequently do mon eye slits tilt upward and 
goloid births o¢eur® Some 
figures give it that there may 
he about 5SO@ such babies 
born a year in New York 
City; perhaps 9000 in ne muscles. Asarule a diagnosis 
pre boa is not difficult to make 


VONGOLISM.” accord 
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Wise finished with outside elastic; net trim. Sizes 
$-7. White or pink. 
2.75 Extra Sizes, 8-9, now .. . 2.50 


1.75 Trunk. now—1.50 
Wide legs, neatly hemmed sizes 4-7. White or pink. 
2.25 Extra Sizes, 8-9, now . . . 2.00 


2.25 French Pantie, %e~—2.00 


Finished hem at legs, outside elasti¢ at waist. 
Sizes 5-7. White or pink. 
2.75 Extra Sizes, 8-9, now... 2.50 


‘Penna. Ave. at Sth St. N.W., Washington 


D. 1.35 Brief, »w~—1.15 


Leg openings finished all round with narrow 
elastic. Sizes 4-7. White, pink or blue 


1.65 Extra Sizes, 8-9, now ... 1.50 


2.00 Breechette, ~»~—1.75 

Long, sleek-fitting legs, outside elastic at waist. 
Sizes 5-7. White or pink. 

2.50 Extra Sizes, 8-9, now 2.25 


Kenn's—Street Floor l nderweaer—Both Stores 


5.95 Nylon Duster 
that’s a honey to wear 
and to care for? 


399 


It’s no-iron, it dries in a jiffy, and for all its 
fragile,. feminine looks, it's durable. Buttons 
from hem to Peter Pan collar, has 2 large pock- 
ets. Pink, blue and maize with dainty velva-ray 


print. 12-18. 


Kenn's—Negligees—ind Floor, Both Stores 


N. Fairfax Drive at N. Kirkwood, Arlington. 24-Hour Phone Order Service—DI. 7-7200 


Both Stores Open Tonight: Washington Hours: 12:00 - 9:00; Arlington Hours: 12:30-9:30 _ 


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Priceless Young Fashions 
You'll See in August “Seventeen” 


.-» by Betty Barclay 


10.98 


Priceless is the word for them, for Betty Barclay has a knack 
for choosing details, fabrics and designs, that never reveal the 
tiny price you pay for these dresses. Both are cottons you can 


wear into Fall 


A. Sheath—tucked and burtton-trimmed front; zip- 
pered back. Cortton-and-acetate. Navy, brown or 
grey with plaid tie. 7-15. 


jumper and Blouse—plain brown, grey or navy 
sheath jumper with low-placed pockets is cotton- 
and-acetate. Baby dol! checked blouse to contrast 


is cotton. 7-15 


Keann's—Juniors F ear—lnd Fieer, Both Stores 


Be a Queen in Calico 
Beautifully-fitting sundress 
with bolero ... by Joan Reberts 


3.99 


The basque style of this dress gives you such «a 
beautiful figure . . . the strap style neckline keeps 
you so cool... the bolero makes it proper for 
street. Washes wonderfully. Bright print on 
black, rose, blue or yellow. 12-20, 1442-24. 


Kann's—Deavtime Dresses—ind Floor, Bath Stores 


KANN’S, Wash. 4, D. C. 
Please send me Jean Roberts’ Calico Queen as checked: 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
40 Thursday, July 12, 1956 _ 


————— 


If you're a 


of pection 


you'll like the big 
Want Ad Section of 
The Washington Post 
and Times Herald 


It’s a truly modern market place for action-minded people who like getting 
things done fast. 


Place a want ad to sell things, and you-see lots of action—FAST! Order a 
For Rent ad and prospective tenants promptly make tracks to your door. 


If it’s a job you're offering, workers come clamoring. If you run a “Wanted’ 
ad, you quickly hear from people who have exactly what you're after. 


Yes, the real reason why so many people depend on want ads in The Wash- 
ington Post and Times Herald for problem-solving, is ACTION and plenty of it! 
And what makes this fast action possible? It's circulation — 127,000 MORE 
than any other Washington want ad medium. Actually, the BIG Washington 
Post and Times Herald reaches 415,000 families every Sunday and 382,000 


families daily. 


That's why these want ads clicked ... and yours will too. 


Hires Right Man 
For Special Job 


Finds Ideal 9 / Country Store 8 Barbers Apply 
Girl Friday Leased Quickly For 1 Job 


GIRt, FRIDAY (Marketing Re- COUNTRY STORE, Pair Co — BARBER to work in Bethesda. $80 OFFSET REPRODUCTION Map 
pearch Siust be «& ' tyn Orocertes deine between £1500 susrantee. OL. 4-9635 Experienced in mujtilith - 
interview. tabulate. and p nm and $2060 per month. Widow un , . —— photweraphy. For research firr 
eeners ler cuties hours abe to carry on Dusiness. JE Excellent working conditions 
per Gay 5-day eek | Mae ; 323%. Hilt... REALTY Mapie - Write PO Box 5968. Bethesda. Ma 
S66 after i _ ave Vienna. Va : . We tilled the position within : 
minutes of opening our shop 
“| now have a country store when 8 barbers immediately 
leased for three years—thanks answered our ad,” declared | - 
: man wit ial experience 
to the fast action of my want Mr. J. W. Merrington, Letand said ag anna ¢ oo 
ad,’ said Frances H. Moore, Barber Shop, 7009 Wisconsin 9, 


, A Frederick Research Corp 
il : ‘ ’ 
Hill Realty Co : Vienna, Va ve., Bet esda, Md Bethesda, Md 


tee Sar. “We got amazing respdnse 
“Our “help wanted’ ad in The 
Washington Post and Times ee Se ee SO ee 
Herald brought amazingly 
rapid success in finding the 
ideal person we wanted,” re- 
vealed Mr. Walter Gerson, 
Gerson-Chastka Associates, 
1101 Vermont Ave. N.W. 


Found: Fast Way 
To Sell Cars 


PONTIAC —-1955 “S70 series r 
sod bb. w.-w. tires. Hvdra-Matic 
7000 sectua miles $1800 xT 
S-6185 or see af 1122 Prince « 

Alien. Va 


“l got the quickest and best 
resuits possible in selling my 
car with a want ad,” stated Mr 
John R. Robinson, 1122 Prince 
St., Alex., Va. 


Salesladies 
Came Running 


SALESLADY. exper. : 
ing. vacation and benefits. per- 
manent pos. Apply Blankins. 

' King st Alex Va 


— —— ee 


“We are well satisfied with 
the results from our want ad 


Many applied for the job,”’ re- 
marked Mr. M. Davis. Blank- 


ins, 429 King St., Alex., Va 


, 


Sells House 
First Day 


$560 DOWN NON-GI—Month!s per- 

ments only 652. i-~bedrm. expand- 

ible home on “-eere corner jot: 

within walking distance of schoo! 

and 10 minutes from Alex. Call 
T. MOTON RE 

Mt. Vernon ave. OV 35-6900 


“Our want ad sold the house 
we advertised on the very first 
day,” said Mr. John T. Moton, 
J. T. Moton Realty, Inc., 2309 
Mt. Vernon Ave., Alex., Va 


Laundry Jobs 
Filled Immediately 


WOMEN ‘(t) — Colored. } 
work. Experience oot 

Pairfex Cleaners. 719 West 
st... Pairfax. Va. CR. 53-3454 


“The jobs were filled imme- 
diately! Thanks to our want 
ad which brought in 25 calls 
within 2 hours,” revealed Mr. 
Robert W. Froehlich. Fairfax 
Cleaners, 721 W. Main St.. 
Fairfax, Va 


If you're a man (or woman) of action 


The Washington Post 


and Times Herald 


and like to get things done fast, 
act today! It’s so easy to place 


your ad. All you do is... 
phone REpublic 7-1234 


Washington’s Favorite Home Newspaper 


New Manifesto 


Signers 


Sought 


Trtted Preas 


Southern Democrats began 
circulating a new “manifesto” 
yesterday pledging all-out op- 
position to President FEisen- 
hower's civil rights program. 

The document was being 
passed around for the sig- 
natures of Southern members 
of the House, where debate on 
the legislation is scheduled to 
begin next week 

Contents of the manifesto 

not immediately dis 
One House member 
it makes a “vigorous pro 
against consideration of 
the legislation this vear 

He said it commits the 
signers to use every, parlia 
mentary device at théir com 
mand to delay action or defeat 
the measure when it comes 
before the House 

The paper was described ax 
bipartisan since Republicans as 
well as Democrats from the 
South were being asked to sign 
is. One source said the docu 
ment does not make any threat 
of a Southern revolt from the 
Democratic Party 

The civil rights bill, spon 
sored by the Administration. 
would set up a four-point pro 


oa a 


Judge Rules 
Must Stay in 


Thomas F. Dickerson. 32 
Serving 20 years in the Mary 
land Penitentiary for the $540 
holdup of a Bethesda finance 
company office on July 14. 1953 
was judged “dangerous by 
psychiatrists yesterday, but do: 
tors differed on whether he is 
“insane.” 

The reports were cited at a 
hearing protesting his segrega 
tion from other prisoners at 
the penitentiary and urging his 
transfer to another institution 
for psychiatric treatment 

Dickerson, who in 1954 was 
listed as one of the FBI's “10 
most wanted men had been 
committed to the Spring Grove 


_— —— — 


gram for protecting 
rights and strengthening Jus 
‘tice Department 
of legislation in this field 
Although it is considerably 
imilder than many similar pro- 


voting | 


enforcement, 


: 


posais in the past, the Southern) 


lawmakers strongly oppose it 
There is scant chance it would 
pass the Senate this year even 
if the House approves it 

The Senate Judiciary Com 
mittee has held several hearings 
on the measure but has taken 
no action. The committee i« 
headed by a Southerner (Sen 
James ©. Eastland (D-Miss a 
leading foe of civil rights legis 
lation 

One House member whe de 
ciined to sign the statement 
said it was represented to him 
a8 a device to get press cover 
ace for arguments advanced 
against the civil rights bill at 
recent rules committee hear 
ings 

Rep. William M. Tuck (D. 
Va.) was mentioned by some 
Southern sources as a sponsor 
of the new statement 
jeclined to comment on 
tie said that if 
statement it 
fore Friday 


this 
he had any 
would not be he 


Dickerson 


Md. Prison 


Mid Venta! 


slashed hie wrists and went on 


Hospital after he 


a hunger strike at the Rockville 
jail in 1954 

He was suspected of commit 
Ling a set n the 
Uistrict and was sent here for 
trial after his conviction in 
Marviand. Washington psychia 
ruled he was psychotic 
and unable to be tried 

Maryland psychiatrists say he 
is not psychotic, but is “exhibit 
ing a psvchotic-like § state 
Judge Paul FE. Mason. 
heard the case. ruled 
Dickerson would have to 
in the penitentiary 


ies of robberies 


trists 


that 
stay | 


—_ _ 


Wilson Denies He Differs 
With Twining on Planes 


—— 

Defense Secretary Charles F 
Wilson said yesterday the only 
difference over airpower be 
tween him and Gen. Nathan 
F. Twining is the words they 
use to express themselves 

He said he and Twining. Air 
Force Chief of Staff. agree on 
all basic facts but “men always 
eay things a little differently.” 
He told reporters, “I am sur 
prised at the confusion there is 
in the picture.” 

Wilson said another effort to 
“clarify” the situation will be 
made Friday when Twining tes 
tifies before the Senate Ajir 
power Subcommittee headed by 


- — Ve ———— ——— — 


Presa 
Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo 
There have been persistent 
reports that Wilson and Twin-! 
ing disagree over the relative 
strength of Russian and Amer 
ican airpower. Whatever differ 
ences do exist. Wilson said. are 
the result of “differences of 
opinion” and not of basic fact 
Symington said Twining told) 
the Senate Armed Services 
Subcommittee in closed session, 
Tuesday he would have voted 
for an extra $900 million Con 
gress granted the Air Force if 
he had been a Senator. Wilson 
has said he has no plans to use 
the additional funds now 


Strauss Almost Blows Up | 
At Reactor Bill Wording 


Aseseiated Pree 


Chairman Lewis L. Strauss 
of the Atomic Energy Commis 
sion was disclosed yesterday 
as feeling one provision in an 
atomic reactor bill 
amounts to fogging AEC mem 
bers “as tardy schoolboys 

The Senate-House Atomic 
Energy Committee made pub 
lic hitherto secret testimony of 
Strauss and his fellow commis 
sioners on the bill which the 


Committee has approved for 
action in both branches of Con 
gress 

It calls for a $400-million pro- 
gram designed to accelerate 
greatly progress in building an 
atomic power industr) In 
cluded would be large-scale 
power reactors at AEC plants 
as well as smaller research re- 
actors with promising new 
types of designs 

The transcript disclosed many 
arguments between Committee 
members, led by Chairman 
Clinton P. Anderson (D-N. M 
and the AEC members 

Strauss and some of his col- 
leagues objected most to the 
language in the bill which says 
the commission is “authorized 
and directed” to build the 
large-scale reactors 

Objecting specifically to the 
word “directed.” Strauss said 
he felt the agency already was 
working hard to carry out an 
stomic reactor program 

At. another point. Strauss 
said “my feeling about ft is, 
and I realize it is an individual 


power 


a 
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Tractor Trailer 


Kills Man. 70 


4 70-vear-old man was killed 
today when he was struck by 4 
tractor trailer on the Baltimore 


bivd. at Greenbelt rd.. Berwyn 


The only identification on the 


body was a card from a Depart 


ment of Public Welfare bearing 
Brown. A 
Madison 


the name. Byron 
street address, 2265 
ave.. Was given, but no city 

Pvt. Carroll 


Bond of the 


opinion, that that is the kind 
of an expression you use to 
your valet.” 


News Driver. 
Foe of Loan 
Sharks. Slain 


PHILADELPHIA, July 11 
\ newspaper truck driver may 
have paid with his life for his 
vigorous opposition to a ioan 
shark business among his fel- 
low employes, investigating po 
lice disclosed toda‘ 

Detective Inspector John F 
Driscoll, directing the probe of 
the brutal slaying of Henry J 
Turner, 54. early yesterday in 
the parking lot of the Philade! 
phia Inquirer, said 
lending operations” appeared 
definitely connected with the 
murder 

Turner was beaten savagely 
about the head and body short 
ly after leaving the newspaper 
building and died minutes later 
at Hahnemann Hospital. There 
were no witnesses to the mur 

er which police at first 
thought was committed with 
the 4ntent to rob the victim 
His wallet was taken 

Driscoll said several inform- 
ants have “named names” in 
what was termed a “$6 for $5 
lending racket 

Driscoll said he was told 
Turner was vigorous and out 
spoken in his opposition to the 
lending practices which were 
gouging his fellow drivers 


LEGAL NOTICES 4 


LU — Rs oe 4 BS ty Attys. 
eedward Bids 


erat 


bi a hac obtained from the Probate 
of the District of Columns. 
Acmi inistration on ¢ 


All persons ha ry 
the deerased are 


the sudecri ' 
cay of Jan ya! 


Prince Georges County Police 


said witnesses told him the man 
appeared to have attempted to 
jump on the running board of 
the truck as it started through 


the intersection 

The wheels ran over his body 
erushing his chest and 
Bond said. The driver was iden- 


skull, 


, } or the 
A Columoia. Clers of the ’ 


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eed 


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BER IGERATORS 
Credit Terms Arranged 
| cave the jareest 
Westinghouse. GE and 
LIKE NEW 
ARANTEE 
“ 
Ave rs re at 


= .<<Rton— 
hoot ine. eded. 


, 6358 e 

De Wali 

afl ote NE 1556 ~ deal 

"mode! odbin ore fo 

beck. ae ttech 195 iia 
Evite MACHINES 

Geed stock of electric trade-in 

models. consoles and portebies. All 


popular makes. from $19.95 te 685 
Also fheor sampies and demonstra- 


home triai 
, ROEBUCK & CO 
Pinpemmyno 8 RD. NE 


th sEwin 
+n ave RA 3-6111. 
- Loveseat. 


" 


~~ Bec es’ ae. 
ers. Geep-well cooker. «o 
model owt Im excel. cond 


- 


: “= 
electric typewriter. hi-fi ampiif. 


ian E SAI FE! 71-2343 


ao retroad gr’ 1% « Wears like new’ 
; 3 “7 74 ; 
VI 


—Iniaid secre- 
Bariy American 


THE WASHIN 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 8 ag 


Laree e«roup of trade-in type. 

are belive offered to the 

is ranee from $15 to 

qparatins con- 

Set til 

OFFICE TQUIPMEN: t 

iw. ME. 8-100) 

mith-Corona port 

Good cond. Cail wkdys, betore 5. 
standard 

ables, up. Your oestes oa y an 

eek. ee home demonstration. 

3350 


shoeose from “Must sell wl tein 
WD's. 1488 Conn. Ave 


P00 

Win — ~~ Crosley Custom .. 
Zz -ten as A-l cond. 

after 5p. ms 
1956 models 
want an hone L 

: PARA M Pains. 

2202 Ge. ave nw. Pree pki 

VAC —=, Electrolux 
9.95 KE? 
ae NT T House. ° 2101 R. | 
NC 


orineer type with pump 
del. PO. 22-6425 


cardioaram. 3 wlira vielet 
amps. examining tadie. physi- 
Ali n 


*. at ea: 

Bice Open Pri. eves. “il FB 

® ARE «) anging our dish = ern 
have hundre for sale Also 
Gorens of jace , =. ne anc @ranes 
Aocly between 10 and 12 dali 
evangerne pemcones, 1330 Lat 
nw NA 


ATS WANTS ——T3 


rp ~ 2 BU! ~ off) 
5 3 pam - gerati 


S13 RA. 6- 2977 
sath lt An ‘igh Fen ity 


2B 
ALBION Penna- 


“josed Monday 
» PURNITU RE EXx< “HANOR 
$\_eF Li. 6-0585 


provin lal furniture wan'- 
707 
Any amount. also 


need refrigera’ ~ ty eas 3 
Diane Mr..O « = 


Bring your dente e 
discarded iewe) 


KAHN. 
6iD BPAsmioneD Sone y 


owes. rir ‘Cs mm. iA? 
FARO PRINT DRYER. 

preterrec. Ca DE 
PIANO Por pvt perty 
so lOte a6 reasonabic 


PIANOs WANTED—cC 
Mr 


INSTRUCTIONS 
ELECTRONICS 


NURSES. NEEDED 


1090 women went od 7-65. to learn 
es. =n 1 


HELP, MEN 15 


AS 
See "ABBEY First 


nig) &0 
a eg A rts a | POOKKEEPERS 
: El 


posal ion 


COLUMBIA EMP SERV 
1341 CG Bt Builte 224 ME. #&-3429 
ACCOUNTANT | SAL. OPEN 
AUTO ty OFEE 
WHITE AND COt 


D. Rs EM PL "EXCHANGE 


ACCOUNTING CLEae. S-day | ia) 
REDDIT CUE +4 a 


ante BNITROLLER 


ra< *xD $i 0.000 
Baltimore 
CPAs 


ALLEN O'BRIEN PERSON 


“ACCT. OFC. Mek 
nalerte Ang 
SORE ry PERBON WEL. 434 Ere vs 


NATIONAL 


Employment Service 


dest us" ra .nee 
jv ned 
Clerk 1008 ron figures 
© 4 . 
Hote, . ree ot tos 
MISCELLAN EOU 
amviiter overseas 
oFTises DUS 
. I, S = 
lastere nec 
ATION AL “pata see 
st 


“ASST TO MANAGER 


T need aon sesistant te warn our 
comowte.7y 


vncer ¢direct 
No experience 


er Personne! 
for appointment 


GTON POST ent TIMES HERALD 
Thursday, July 12, 1956 41 


HELP, MEN 


avout mah, pgencs isbto 7 


store exp 
House organ A ME “day Ay 
UTIVE PLA “sr. oe ed 


ARMATURE WINDER 
and 


SERVICE MAN 


APPLY 
9am. to 460m 
Monday Thru Friday 


NATIONAL ELECTRIC 
SERVICE, INC, 


901 King St 
Silver Spring, Md 


ASSISTANT 
MAIL SUPERVISOR 


24 to act 
as assistant supervisdr in mail 
High school graduate 
ana supervisory experence 
necessary 

$55 per week, 
We pay more for experience, 
5-day week, 9:30 to 6 p. m. 


GOVERNMENT 
EMPLOYEES 
INSURANCE COMPANY 


14th AND L STS. NW, 


Ve ma man over 


ronwrn 


minimunM 


PLEASE APPLY 
8A.M.TOOPIM 
AT L STREET ENTRANCE 
ATTOUNT ANT BOOKKEEPER. must 


knew double en book keeping 
for active “builder in Stiver Spring. 
: &-1400 


White 
Remington en. 
» SERV. 

19 ith # : " 
ASSISTANT | en eeoke ae $4 
ABBEY PERSONNEL. 1358 Eve NW 


ASST. MANAGERS 


—permanent 
iy ' ad’ 


No experience 
essen'ia curing 


He mecke 
\seorgia Ave. 


sOrwid, Ma 


MAr Hotftack er 
Rhode island Ave. 
Me Raini er. Ma 


AUTO MECHANIC 


amen | nw. 
hal ‘000 


ated MECHANTC White 7. 8 6. 
Bart. 4’ Tisen ERV a: 


AUTO wr WANTC 1 We nave ooen- . 


Py TS ‘ro men — We 

opening fer & car 

be 

a7 one 6. 
Tison “hevrolet 

AvTO “METAL 


ea arr 


} et» ToD 


AUTO SALESMAN 
U SED CARS 


entra 
ne 
_ 


evenings 


: good 
Springs 


z ion shop 
Pe ’ commeen ; “Barber “aD ». 1323 
. st 
sikerk— ow eer bart time. 4641 
Ueorgia Ave 3-968 
RARBER wanted =p BA 
. 


$110 
A aS ot once 


gu 
BRANCH BARBER ” atop. 
Piney Braenc rd 8)) 
4 9550 Wee 
$100 week guar- 
-0685 


RURARAN anor wneects 
n 0 J he eater 
57° guaran- 
‘k Barbver 
Wheaton 
air -condition- 
- at . rel ’ 
Ave... Aie® 
RARRERS —<ivarantee 
apoiy in persor ’ 
ine fa nT 
Bhrop 8405 Ceorgia 
Spring. _ 
Lo ing 


"BREPR.- vise wric 


-o\ored 
meals and 

1334 Mass ave. ae 
G _panerss 
"Di STR ict Wee af st PPLY 


—_——_-— 


Exr e rienced 
: POs! 


~ @xperie: 


CAB DRIVERS 


fe not beve an ident 
arc we Mmetruct yeu 
Men or wome 


BOB’S STUDIO 
131 15th St. NE Li. 3 
CARPENTER —Poreee 
residentia - 


-sround man. 
ma- 


mer’ 990d 
Apels 1386 
AlaPamea ave 


CHAUFFEUR 


rr i and 


required 


Knowledge of 
suPurhan area 


Severs! years experience 
as chautteur (3% Gepradie 
s Gay 


nent position 


wr ® wet Perma 


APPLY 9 A M. to 3:30 P.M. 
Monday Through Friday 


ERCO DIVISION 
mesa Md 


CHAUFFEURS 


x. rport 
ne 


industries, inc 


WA. 7-4444 


At Wesehingten Wea one 


witr 


Viretrnieas cheuffeurs 

quired residence 6t ast & years 
APPLY 

AIRPORT TRANSPORT 

Washington National Airport 


"'"Fentineed on Vellewlns Pause 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


_ 42 Thiiteday. - July 12, 1954 secs 


| MELP, MEN 


PHONE | Draftsman, Elec. 
TODAY | DRA SMAN. tude 


LLOYDS Le SERV 
to place your 


1820 N.Y. Ave. NW. #7. 3-2207 
ELECTRONIC 

weekend want ads 

in the big 


TECHNICIANS 
Immediate Openings 
Saturday and Sunday Ov tor 
| erseas Assignments 
Classified Sections of 
The Washington Post 
and Times Herald 


RE. 7-1234 


HELP, MEN 


wt 


Experienced 
ne ol 


Nationa! Scientific 
Laboratories, Inc 


ciass 


’ ee ww 


co.ored 


“im 4965 
A 
5-81 5¢ 
860 $90 
s’ 


tn 
519 


ENGINEERS 
RECENT 
GRADUATES 


attendan' 
eae WEEK 


on or 
14 


ap 
ni e410 
N 


Ere per German cook 
Mise Mo 
PERSONNEL. GO st. oe 


CHEF 


manors curr 


18T CI ~ oo wre! 


~~ enced 
eferences rea 
BONE brrice. 


ELECTRICAL 
MECHANICAL 


and 


ENGINEERING 
TECHNICIANS 


Sheraton Carlton Hotel 


Claims Adiuster 


me position 
department 


Trainee 


Desiring to Achieve a 


: General Motors 
Career 


constl 


' n 56 - 
MAN AGEME NT 
a Waenh agton a _ 


ul A. 100) 


CO OFF EE SHOP MGR 


WS! Cerne, treinine 
135 
‘cer? Peabo. WL, 17398 Exe ww 


conn” NICATION ire ne sas 
ABBEY PERSON NET ‘ir tre NW 


Controller—Otc. Mgr 
$10 000 


rar un 


rr 


elias 
B ¥ 


Gor 
super 7 PER 
COOK Ps 


me F? 


COMPREHENSIVE 
TRAINING 


ri < 
rl » 


STIMULATING 
ASSIGNMENTS 


FOREIGN 


and 


DOMESTIC 
FIELD 
ENGINEERING 


Airborne 


Instrumentation 


SONNE! 8 Fee NY 


re. » Recent es 
orw ay 5 Fmp Serv 
gor STAMPING 


mse 


ETROPOL FAN 
TMPL. AGENCY INC WA 
908 10th Bt NW near 


| OINrera 


Recent Graduates 


an‘ 


Mechanical- 
Senior Engineers 


Servo Computers 


Electronic 


Electrical Mechanica! 


no fee—$400 | 


MEN 1s 


ENGINEER 
Appl?’ persenne! o 
ASSADOR HOTEL 1424 
, wo 6 te8 

YES 
mice 124 Co Cena. Are 
i. th —< he 


ce 
K 


ipige ere aE 

Ss —_ Stondents 

21 Colered. car Washer. lwbrice- 

jon men. Must be experienced 

Featherstone Service Station 
’ 


“HOTEL "CLERK 


hand treagecript. Leest he 
te See es , Mecees a’ 
PRRSONNTT 171i Os 


| MOUSE FATHER—Co! leas trad Bre- 
re * 


Saper. 
ter 


* 
bet bet. 19 and 5 
INSTALLATION nmeenenie 
ced 7 : 


"se '- Ppersor 
far , 4104 Geor 
Meh" —Tor-apt we 
J OR— Colored. fer ant ae 
wv. ; hil a] stoker expe 


enc |, Box M-<479 
Pos 1 


LABOR—LAW—$6500 
TO $6800 
or 2 : exer. ebor-lae and 


PER: SONNEL SERVICE 
MEAT CUTTER, $90 WK 


Loca 
anenimes 


».50 at 


per 
Ree 


preferred Severe 
_~ Miss Mor ryan, wa : 
PFREONNEL 5 


MECHANICS 


“4400 ©=Breach 
« 


MACHINIST 


= " 
POS! Ti 1ONS, 
1334 Mas Themes Cir 


DI. 7.921 17 


MACHINISTS 


Fxnerienced 


ING" 


rail Mechanis 


Benet ts 


r= a 
= peny 


Anpoly in Person 
MONDAT THRO 


8 AM 


PRIDATY 


4 PM. 


. 


MELPAR, INC. 


© 
wT) 


to 


131) SOUT * 
(Or? JErP Le a 
3000 ARLINGTON BLYD. 
FALLS ach. OVA 
a-ne 4 


Tak 2-¥ 
sa. oe te plant en 


»**s 
and race 


"MAN WANTED WITH CAR 
good references 


‘HELP. MEN 
c 


MEN 


nepes tele 
=!) os & 


= es | . 
fice oa ~,y' Grebe fy 
cieral't 


TECH. 
WRITERS 


1S) HELP, 


it. 5-day. 


@ jetter ., press. 


eualits Sun | 


COLUMBIA EMP. SERV. | 
L134 Site 204 ME 629 
on n Raioh | 
3835 Mil rd.i 
Hensing on. Ma ¥ soi 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 

Under 35 $5000 us. Newepaper 
— el ree te tra el. Nat. ore 


8-23 
BOYD S Cor 12th &G 
REAL ESTATE SALESMEN 


ward 
een 


presen 


’ : 
S&c Hieber Pivers 


Preperation of tetructtor man®. 
ais and insteiiation serecedures on 
electronic equipment 

Education in electronics and prevri- 
ous technical writing experience 
neceaearv 

Interesting and chellenging aesign - 
ment on ae fied oroblems 
full informetie 


6406 Georg) 
~ Real Estate 


‘\PPLY IN PERSON 


MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 
BA.M. TO4P. M, 


MELPAR, INC. |} 


arai ESTATE a aLESEN wanted 
‘* 


® wsroefeesion 
‘main « 7 
Rox M-488 Waeh 


ESTATE SALESMEN WwW 

2 r -omen with exper 
not abdeolute!r 
teach vou how 


REai 
once A Subsidiary of Westinghouse 
Air Brake Company 


3000 Arlington Blvd 


‘2. 7°64 Pf 
ores | 
- 


RF at ESTATE full and 
pert ime Vir 

office Cs >» Mer. ia 5 : 
COMMONWHFEATI TH PROPTRTIES 


Falls Church, Va. 


Allred st 


REFRIGERATOR & 
MAJOR APPLIANCE 
REPAIRMAN 


area: of 
® \¢dars 


a , > man ‘sr «os)¢ 

. 7436 oe 

2emm.; vtarh. a ‘once ME. 8-2336 
TECHNICAL WRITERA 


SET YOUR SIGHTS 
ON TOMORROW 


RCA 


has these 


cen” so 


immediate 
Newing 


Cor 
eo uel —o5Fesoe: openings for technica! 


writers im 


Missile Electronics 


e 
Dre 


SALES 


PTRNTTI RE Linn 


SAL ESMEN 


People’s Food PI 


Wha s rore 
and oppertwuni', 
fessiona. study 


Refund Pies 


RCA osreriges vou 
for advanced pre 
mrough its Tuition 


CALESMEN ~ 


ve fer ‘a oomen new. We 
sar ; rom 


Arrange Confidential 
interview 


A erancris 


Inc 


13 HELP, MEN 


»» TOUNG wan 3 


' 
wry! 


re- 
i anu- 
, ambitious 
. Oppertu 
in national 
Diy give 
a of eduantion. emp oF - 
age and salary 
rite Box M-4 


HELP, a 
Le 


a 
welients $a “yy aa on 
ioe ‘eo mi itery exp 
eceosiable tart. 
Ot PE ir 
POSITIONS, INC. 
ave 


1334 a at Thomas Cir. 


7-9217 


also 
publications. in electronica tech- 
nical radio er TV. But th 

just Diws factors. If vou 

ive imagination, but four feet 


consider an adequate | 

yourselt, Address P. © 

‘aehington. D. C 

over 18: circulation | 

can earn 875 per wk. 

Collier betw. 8 and i0) 
Os. Ay. 

20-30. one of 

office supply 


campaign 
See Mr 
4 


TOUNG MEN. white 
caf neten * 
and ~~ ay - har 
openings for | and col 
lege — aM, 1 ye in «a 
manent saliee position Positions 
are avallable after hg 
tafiing. outside sales nd te 
: Ample eppertua! iy 
advancement 
m With initiative and oma tien 
empiore wapesis. Call FA 
; en for 


vt 
prort 


Short Ares to 
698. Wash. Pact. TH 


interview Will be arranged af 
convenience 


An 
youl 


| YOUNG mean for over-counter sale 
of photographic cueseenent 
ooo but not A, ntial 


4181 
int erview CHARLES a 
WATT? 
ary. noe tine: 
fro Wee 
Wilmineton 


WANTED—Expert and 

Thoroughly Experienced 
Watch Repairman 
Permanent Position 


A. Kahn, Inc., 935 F St 


Club 
e r Leeetion tr 

| W. Reeese Bngineering Corp »& 
Asenc Attn Chief enatr 


Needs 


Whe are @il) 6 work from 
6@nm ws» curing week- 
Gare with organization expand 
me very rapidly Capable of 
earning 870 & week and more 
No selling involved lf your bills 
exrrec vO : * now is the 
time te 40 something about it 
Apply m person ta Mr 

: - ker Hill rad. ne 
tween 


m enc 7 > m@ 
PL, nist DO NOT PHONE 


ing 


LEARN 
TO SELL! 


If vou ve a0. 
WELL TEACH YOU 
NO COST TO YOU' 


never hefare 


be- 


Qualifications 
‘ye 25-35 NW Washington 
Montgomery County residents 
necessary for jocal sales calls 
Potential Silver Goring. Ma 
income producing career in | EXP. COL” MAN — "Wall washina. 
creative selling with! fleors. windews. ref. ME 84800 


cage ee Management| ~ “BON’T 
_ ANSWER THIS AD 


$150 
1 
13 


body man te work en Chrvs- 

perm. job te auali- 
h person 
East-West 


art 
sy 


expense. to! 


det ermine potential abilits 


make 


Aoply 
Room 


“MOTION” BICTU RE 


"Pat NTTRS AND INSPEC 


1 “EE 


404 8 YY. Ave 


Came Listen 
re 


ss OF OUT 


Then Decide 
n sae 


iuture i 


Nea 
ber 


rhene 
orn 9.4 


PARK LAWN 


LF PIKF 
Rethecca 


rai Sea Annie 


in| > 


s75 


rr 
EMPL. SERV 


nw ST. 3.3636 


Young Men. College Graduates 


THE Career Opportunity 


HESAPEAKE & POTOMAC 


netiona ergenisation has 
f sales and sud- 
sitions demand 


management ad 


TELEPHONE COMPANY 


Offers excellent career oD 
Qualified 
ng regu 
An wnter- 


office in Boston peace 
> 
portunities tor » ween 2% 
yourg men seek 
lar emoloyvment 


nm merharnics 


some “business 
Salary enue an pen cee 


Seng resume jo Box $1. Post. “iE 


SYSTEMS 
ANALYST 


ect rr @er. 
m Gestirable M 


be high schoo! graduate 


trormrcs ss? 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


We are looking for @ man be 
tween the ages ae 25 and 35 
with an mteres? and experi 


15 HELP, MEN & bean 


| HELP, 


; REFRIGERATION | 
Mechanics & Assts. | 


6 PART TIMERS | 


15A/ HELP, WOMEN 16 


oy ie aa 


ation. way 


imistMas. “1130 


; ne 
be- 


Soe, mora it gpere, 
“ia- 


teal especially bactericlo ay, 
oo. clinic. a 


ene ‘, oxgellent sa 
with Mr. CHR 
¢ 


operator. 
bac ckeround 


‘4 
or eng ee 


mm 
troller. ‘Row 


"CASH Ber Sen 


National 


WOMEN 


iMD) & 
ee ABBEY First 
1338 Eve St NW ST. 3-0190 
ookkeeper, CR 7200 
tlephone infor 


clerk inane 


women 4t09o.. m. ..886 mo 
“typist. Ar - 

Kk g00d with wares. eee 
kkpr-typist 


NYeeeh bt, ne "ean 


— 


CASHIER-CHECKER 


PART 
a M'le 23 P.M 


Sormenent ning in cafeteria 
st “bulldine durin junch 


te 


itions 


& 
-typiat, upper 16th «st 
Interviewer ‘type’. mature, 655 up 
843 
$145 
te sft5 


$726 
+965 
70 


ne e a 
s s = andbaat 
ea ai ») hehe ; —_ a omen 
‘home. rae, 4124 Wilson B pe You Arlin te Ve. 
CHECKER. ~CASHIE ier 
Prearienes nee One af 
ve aeneng * Fines? nest Motels pieas- 


ant rin eon eee . sompen 
benefi -. ing. LSONNEL oP. 


SHERATON ‘alpaca el 


ee 


RK: Se 
— not nec Standard Drus Ce 
and Minnesot 

CLF -TY 
tien with 


Typtete (varitene trade ; 1234 09 


ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 
INVOICE CLERK 


"Ts 


Must he experienced: ca 
excellent vere 5 an 48 
company benef i ear 
advancement 

For Call 


Appointment, 


thnk hath — aa 
TU. 2-6800 | SILVER. SPG. ‘8 BETH. 


IL VER nine nocky 
41) Ga. J CLERK 
White fo Gry cleaning stares 
Appiy Dickey s Cleaners. Tih and 
Prenkiin. she ne 


CLERK ~ . 


thee¢da dry cleaning clan 
Bannan ren. 
CLERK-TYPIST 
BETHESDA 


- or ine ie}. Ofhee Initistive 

a snettiones seeearial Under 

x: er he vypist Pius penette. 
orter hours ava! Tavis Mrs. Jones, 


60-4446 
EMERSON 
Research Laboratories 
701 Lamont St. NW 


“SCOTS. ABST Teed tap ts TASS 
COLUMB 


et = ISTING ONLY 


AD 

cone 

: ees TyPist 
tient re 


FoR” 5 
BAN Cc 


8 ETARIES £06 
peda” 2 Cc a $3000 
YPIST. Girl rid ie | 
COLUMBIA. EMP SERV 
1341 G Bt... Suite 224 we 8-06 29 
ACCOUNTANT SRAEEPER - 
100 Const 


sae office 
perienced in ‘Bee comptometer 
; ofgdine machine required TE. 


Bi) : 
oh 4 Aa = 


8343 
ERTY. EMP SERV. 


S See 
ac 


Rock ¥! 
expr 


YSs.. near 
EPT. Med 
va 8 


R 
8 
. 


Pi eareni voice 


ak ane 
sonality, little tyoin 5 
$240. NATL . 
AIS 16th st ae . Bi 3-7 
CLERK 


Accounts pavabile 


NA 
ne visit. “WELC OmP 


ACCT.-BKKPR 


Insurance 
ant 


tedar 


$70 


en 


department 
with knowledge of tvping 


PERMANENT POSITION 
5-DAY WEEK 
LIBERAL VACATION AND 
EMPLOYE BENEFITS 


: HAHN SHOE STORES 
poleat ~~ Tth apd K Ste BW 
electr. typist 


70-878 | one 

nd be ge abt HL permanen|( 
open | port: 5-day 
ae & 
salary 


air 
: 


conditioned in 
vil $2058 month. 


terwood 6undst 
P rom ory credit cl 


ATLAS Aacy. RE. 7- 3787) 
1470 NY. Ave NW. Room S06 | 
B.C. EMPL. EXCHANGE| | 


WHITE & 
Dry-cleaninge cizs 


Th. 


reasonably 
yy we call 
P Stewart 


CLERK. “EYPISTS [7-35 Seven 
ae ona) 
-gnowsa scant orn 


typist 


> 
for son Ine 


re 
" 


RCA Service Co., 
TRANSIT MAN 


large construc 
h wood vis L 


7 Built finisher 
. Waitresses 
reasea, col 


7 409 NWew York 
REASEN 


~ SALESMEN 


° rat CK DETVERS 
Sa. 


nese responsable larnson eng’ - _ 
neenng assegnments require @ 
personabie mdividual with «a 
mgn degree of technica! abil- 


mterest and ingenuity. 


WANTED—One first-class trim car 
Pent oe Ca A $1396 or Ja! @Pce in Clerical systems analy 


5-9390 ‘Ask for Mr. Thompson Ss This Counter gir's 
RECENT person should be able to de-| Pountein cir 


ENGINEERING ) y~*Eye ee the facts about pres- chamberma: ot 
GRADUATES ent work methods by inter ; 


views with employes and 
: : 7 °. 
Un ast he wsryy mi vel ae oreani araivre he results order. 
liom with offices im 109 ef ties a) to recommend new systems in 
- ove r the wor! onerrs 
SER \ matic Control of Tempera’ 
TA. 9-0836 | Humidiiy 


ast bem ' - 
Bee ar Repnelae, Johnson »ervice Co 
; 1i7 MS TW. Call NA &8-0104 


after 6 9. m. 471 Bot Be 2 
~UPHOLSTERERS ~ 


- , _ SERVIC — 
NEE staide 
excenent wort ne cond 


wore 
company benefits ook ine 
1 Ws = ——— —- for permanent year round 
yrrer— ours. noen to 465 p.m helsterers. only those with at 
; me permanent position with lo yeas . ouperience <x * , 
a rancement the are DF 
Need ecpendavie lert SL 


LEADS 


wht 


(16) Suite 


u wri ® = o N 8 
3 th a. A, 
5 . ” auto 
; 234 Wiaoe bivd. ari MAE nh $- 
CLERK-TPYIST 


‘ac 


or torms contro! 


GENERAL MOTORS 
THE E EC TRON “< - = 
” evetepmens work en Alr ity, 
mental Filec 
rve Goanoutere 
> ~— eee FY 


van'aoce 


Mes 


used 

car 
ie are Nw Pa » t : = ' 

- my ofher cermmPean” Servi -e ~ att 
—Over 20 Years Old or per ntervies a.) > : 

hilt . ; nei STANDARD EMP" 
Ave 
TRUCK driver 

= toned 
ot 


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, 
th 
er career ad 

Pasition 


Oppor 
Otfered ¥ oung Men 


conceivable 
Pay 


~ 
rermanency 


ene! +4 oy familiar 


yi ernere! 
8004 


HO. 32-5412 


Accounting 
Clerks 
standing employe benetit oro White. for diversified office 4 


up ’ 

leas’ . 5 to 5 36 cay week air 

peiy tor grermn ~alary commensurate Previous exper! on . he Bermanen' | Mr. Ven Landingham 
n! 


th experience RENAIRE CORP. 
Lt. &-2900 


volving manual, mechanical 


and electronic methods 


Aute- 
. 
62? Ge ure and 


* 


ana develiocoment 


” ~" " 
er ary. 


‘ne oO hen - 
rork. a rip pian Call 
ey sie oder 
20 PARTS, ry . af 
CLERK-TPYIST 


This it a 


fact 


career ooportunity 
growing mqur 


providing an 


Ex per enced 
igiet Radio 
ampehire 


with a arce 


MANAG SER TRAIN 


Ine 


. company 
Si) ver Sor! ne 


Aut 


jential ter ‘le 


en. 


Washi: ington Interviews cond 


THURSDAY, JULY 12TH WASHINGTON 
Phone Mr. F. Holtz 


Company Representative THURSDAY, July 12 
cae aay 33 ree nets F- Va 
1-5 P, M. or 7-9 P. M. Company Representative 
ae, EX. 3-5033 

July 12 
9 P.M. 


Please state 
requirement. 


_ 
frurumum salary 


ng “opportu: for | 
r net oan ave 
suburoen ie- 


pume pespensibill 
—_—— vam ~~ nditioned effice 
TRAINEES — 


sACESWIN 


Wastngton 


PLEASE REPLY 
IN WRITING TO 


| DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL 
| , ave \eads com! out ef our GOVERNMENT 
DRAFTSMEN | ste'il setnengihtasee: Share EMPLOYEES 
Cau INSURANCE CO. 


Car necessary 
2 - 9000 
NGTON 5. D. C. 


APPLY IN PERSON 
MONDAY-FRIDAY 
BA M. TO 4 P.M 


MELPAR, Inc. 


A Subsidiary af 
Westinghouse Air-Brake Co 


Th 


~~ ARRIAGER ms jols iat at oe, | 
TRAINEE cal Be | 
INCREASED SA | 
SALESMEN 
WANTED FOR 
EXCEPTIONAL 


OPPORTUNITY 


LEADS CLERK 


* ) (Light Typing) 
pee | 


Jonp 
Salar) 


Or write 

Buperviso 

AC S8perk Pius 

TRONICS WDIVIBI 

MOTORS CORPO 
ike > Wi 


ENGINEERS 


A New 


Westinghouse 
Department 


ENGINEERS 


Design and Development 


Por circulation dept of well-knows 
macgaerine Work wil) 
keeping records concern- 
the circulation ef the maesga- 
Applicant mut eniey Work- 
as vy laures pesting and 
s ding ures will me 
Some typing —~—S_, es 
pconttatieatien and surgical | 
: re lif insyvrance. 
other company benefits 


Call DI 7-3900 Py 
ber: ween A Mas 


Thursday, 
1-5 P. M. or 7- 


ORNERAL 
ATION Mi) 


Bailes Manaser AD 


WASH 3000 Arlington Boulevard 


FALLS CHURCH, VA, 


Bus from | 
to F.C 


ner . UN 
“Ear CUTTER— Exe . 


Georgetown 


Or Write FOR YOUNG MEN 


AC SPARK PLUG 


TRONICS DIVISION 


OPENINGS 
INTERESTED 
THE HIGHLY 


FIELD OF 


ré 
a 


MECHANIC. HELPERS 


tan)es sore exper ercre 
Ace? Se ween © baa 


serece. 1345 New Y- 


NEWSPAPER 
DEALERSHIP 


IAQ ta 


LANDSCAPING “Waehanle” ot once. Take Arnold V-2 


ORTH ; 
| National organisation will pay the Apply 1192) ith and E 


“COLORED SALESMEN 


Pu or part time 

week while training 

nus Reterence. Apoiy 3 
Investment Company | iit 

Desirable openine for sasressive 

yo e 1 in automobiie division 

of jarege finance comeeay 


LEARNING »*t}: 
v5. 
Plant Entrance 


. sDeIN. secy. 35 “be wk ete 
Us to $46 per rs 
fa “YY ana ‘16th Bw EX. 2 th 
Admin. secys to $6000) 

ions ay i *E RE 4 


Clat oN ax | 
CLERK. TYPISTS, Sree to $70! 
to sseee | 


LUCRATIVE 


THE ELEC 


. ia ween: 
interesting position 
appare| store 4, 
| on purchases JO8 
BARRIS CO... 1334 sts 


CLERK-TYPIST 


Under 346. for advertising research 
éeperiment of 

ezine ould 
figures and 5] 
knowledge o 
Calculatin 
sirabie 


DRAFTING 


experience 
“- 469. Post-T 


General Motors! 
Vital Corporation 


WELDING AND | Milwaukee 2, Wis 
Metallurgical 
Engineers 


Quality Control 
Engineers 


| 
719 iit 
: ; ish win « ls e! ° war hes " 
LAT! LEAST ONE YEAR OF . Many company benefila and S an ad 
. ts 


01 f e in an interesting COLORED. cliches par , quel 
HIGH SCHOOL for lerview caters . eee Tith st “NW. 24 floor 
MECHANICAL HELP, MEN & es a 
oO | ee KE 4 - OFF ce | | | hand 
DRAWING COURSE bs ation bere! ' zpe ss 0 working Call 


° between 9 
: 
? 


sp 
ai 
REQUIREMENT: 
"Techs. £2 00 


ON TROL 719 lith 


- Hi) 

per- relations 
719 rep , : 

. tail) contact orkin 
pe shertaané arithmetic Paes 
machine experience de- 

me reautenl 


ISA 


Me. 


an’ compe 
7-2900. ent 


ELECTRONIC 

INSTRUMENT 
“BPRING Rock¥) 
s_ Are iv? 


, ve : MAE EDE ; 
REPAIRMAN “OIL BU RNER MECHANIC HOME EEZER 


Manufacturin : | ; 
g Experienced. permanent. transpor FOODS | FOR ADVANCEMENT IN ' Na ide ir Btetion potusent River. 
Engineers ont ilo ‘ feed Lets ; Lisl  — - ._| Ma ree i) ii 


0:9 tre ot NY AN EXPANDING RESEARCH xT. 2 ; cA 5 : “Taek wae ” ¥is00 
Decign are man, « ’ 
rx O'BRIEN Personnel Bory 
BALTIMORE Dy id ce Mest ee 
INTERVIEWS 


RE 280 
YOUNG MEN 
a 


5 - 
ta 

$30 te 

(many 


£78 | GueRK: TYPiIsT. it wo 
0 enced in office procedures 
. typin speed 
conditioned ee 


adjustment 
America an Red (pp. 9058 BE st 


exper 
LENT OPPORTUNI | r- or 
LE OPPO TY i | - ene com. fs L ered 
¢ 


misstoned MANY OTHER 

Various and 

select offices 

Annette D Tatelman 
235 Woodward Bide 74414 


Ker 70. aintheer- 


I need an amoistas' 
eration 


‘7 
apter 


interesting fields 
ne 


in 


acy ar emer’ 
ions 


T—It-30_ Sermanen 
eondit modern 

5 ' ,-hour 
md ripwestern Nat! 


OPT ICIAN Vv AN 


apes . 
4 


, BAIN 


rn nan henerft’ TED © srauvre ‘. 7 
mpany fits acne FR Ld a ORGANIZATION Da 
4 5 ates ? 

— rvice Lee 


, we 
RicPardsen’'s 
ana Lean 


fan 


Hey 
_Hbeylte STATION attendant and 


roec service far eg | 


Anan rere wer 
eer . 


2-6800 


“© ern our 
. 

i a 
_ 


AND 
YOUNG WOMEN 


For Counter Work 


APPLY 


pune, ies 

IN PERSON oes ORA Mate 
UT No experience 
ut 


@m 


13 ’ Pp 
July 14-15 


idav. July 
Sugees 


rear, “6 


Telephone 


applicant | 
ures §«OF Mere peri . 
for business Start on aver- | . ; 


x COLD. 
Biiny ests 


reomnel | oy 4 Yad 
miment. = L00r 
mg Ave {8-35 order up 
Dishwashers’ and bus girls 
Pountain girls a* ; 


Wa tress, sailed alr) 
Maids 


Beaty 


| a4 AGENCY, Inc 
"hen 10th at NW... near 


b short oe i 


Po ~ Seis girls 
Waitresses ; 


CONWAY: S Emo —* 
Cory WarreE. with 


eral MT CHANICS 
per ay 


EMERSON 
Research Laboratories | d0r SALES —e =] 8AM. T 
~ Pe pt m. position open | BOS SALESMAN Experienced for O 4 PM. ; 
LExinaton 9-8422 LAMONT 5T. NV benefits Abels. pecronge! “athiee.| Good salary Cieber > ; | Tika? ENING. in Tage 
FLECTRICAL EW INTER, DRAPTS mK B ver Spring ONDAY THRU FRIDAY ) <r it 

parvraus. te ee MAN. familler 2 GG 

* writ = 

com 


Oi5 Fierida sverue ae etperience 
piaremen! 1204 Wise a ne iS f.. BF 
‘ $8000 | ARCADE Teaghers A o! 
policy and «6 _epurapie hou itiens fi. x BS rir 
Loo KING = ~s jon? Hee Swit 


Piret. Typist key punch. Geax sa) en 


MELPAR, xx] ae azgeet bay punch, donk cokes 


: ry 2ereer.._. men Swift Employment 
-ROU! pe. z. 91) j0th st. mw. 2g 8) 
©. NATL. EMPL. SERV ee in “Washington? See us. come 
. 719 t t f f ly fore the 


jobs are gone 
HELP, MEN & WOMEN TSA 


; 
maneg a. 


EXEPERIENCE NOT weceeeent 
DAY—APTERNOON —EVEN 


PPLY 
WHITE TOWER OFFICE 
714 18TH BT NY 
8A. M. TO 4 FP 


porters. o- ye 
- he 
z 


eIDer en 
Hayes 


have barde 


md Barter Shoo 


Jt) 5-072 

1K FINISHES. 
714 .- val i Washington ‘bids 

> 


ANK BOOKKEEPERS 


Rurroughse Bookkeeping hine 
Supers ence § preferred 
ile ineurance 


"MUNSEY. TRUST co 
1} amt 


Hair Style 


sOOKKEEPER_ CS a 
: Sw To $347 NATL £ 


030 ups 


N 


NA. &- 
N 


mt 


PORTERS 


each i393 


¥. Ave 


Lm Eye hig 


, Gay an 
835- 


peraor 

5-day erek 
Melpar’s expansion 
has created ned co! 
positions for men experienced 


, 915 Pia 
in the following fields. 


) MA, “Tao! ovment Agency 


ave ae 


SEARS OFFERS 
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 
IN RETAILING 


AT OUR NEW SE. STORE 
OPENINGS AS DEPARTMENT MANAGERS 


For Men and Women Qualified in These Lines 


YARD GOODS LINGERIE 
WOMEN’S HEAD CASHIER 
ACCESSORIES WORK CLOTHING 
LUNCHEONETTE 
VENETIAN BLINDS AND AWNINGS 


Mw 
: r 
& ‘term. ps: Our, aacy 


AWETICIAN Santer to Gave G- 


E alls for 


3000 Arlington Bivd. 
Falls Church, Va. 


hurch residents pre- 
Permanent posi- 
- Fa! . Church Ref. 
required Many 
employe benefits. 


anal . 
emp oymen! 


Sheet Meta! Layout ferred a 


points To ath ay wi lL. alt 


520s RIDE. "SOx. ats Pe. ww | 
SEXPO-WICE OPE 20 


Alex 
AC 


hore 


erences APPLY PERSONNEL 


FOR CAFETERIA 


18-35 yre 


Machine Parts Inspection 


Sheraton-Cariton Hotel 
14TH 2K STS NW 


~ STRUCTURAL STEEL 
CHECKER-DRAFTSMAN | 


ea Promt 


‘Take Arnold 2-V Bus from 
ltth & E Ses. NW. to plant) 


ROBEY PERSONNEL. 1355 ive NW 
YOU! NG ee 


WIth 
B fRapour ox 
Piva’ CE CO lett Prk: 


Faia} HELP 


White 


town oid, rie 
TOM or 

APPLY IN PERSON 
‘AM TO4P. M 


MONDAY THRO FRIDAY 


MELPAR, INC. 


3000 ARLIN 
PALLS 


Alex I 9-5055 


Instrument Assembly 


MELPAR INC. 
1311 South Fern St. 
Arlington, Va. 


whe can type 
pene dictation Zl three-car Bs 
in own 


Lown g0c¢ . saiary’ 
with excellént copdiiiens for 
| party. Write Box M-482 Pos 


erperienc« 


TORS—Al ‘kinds 
salary. See Mr 

cor a. -~ 9 
pe! Sslary 


a 


ar 4 . mov: ine “expenses 
open 


SOUTHERN ENGINEER. | 
ING COMPANY 


10588 
Oo 


Are * ~eaperienced tive 
oing Suceiness | --- fondition in ais-eend- 


boring 
Muss pre ee references | “Toned vat "Cal Se mgny company 
Aarne - i. 3 aly Wie vith 

ant. dbl Tis «77 cleaning 


rte BNE TON s&s ve 


for Alex anérie fi 
for SO yre 
Wri 


‘Take Arnold > ¥Y tus from lith 
ane E sts af piatt enwance, 


_ PRESSERS—(Wool) ; 


experien et piece 
* wea e 
| feady for work 4 
ee i. Rs of 
or ‘oaly ob 
st Alea Sark 
Ave 


{2 pl 


DISTRICT DISCOUNT 
139. K ST. Mw. f 
MAN for active stockroom 


steady work Apoiy perrin 
. . 1499 & Quince 


rea! estate 
sr 


(1 blk. off Jefferson Davis Hwy. 
Route | at South 25th St.) 


Alabama Ave and Naylor Road 5.E. 
From VAM te SPM 
Thursday, Friday, Seturday 


duly 12, 13 and 14, 


a 


HELP, WOMEN 16] wate, womne 


FRAC nur 


ope 
nee ePriOsts. 


board operato! 
NW 


%, AG its 
poste), Age 30-56 ot 

6347 SAT ; "R etal =, 
nw, EX. 39-1270 


DENT AL ASST. Sil Sve 
VER “RPRING Rocky] 
e JU 


an 

me 
} 1 
hts : 


TY rist—¥i " 
doe 


F) 
ua 


? $446 $394 


shed TYPES aT — Ales 


“oil 


: hel 


Att rac 
POTOMAL 
King & Ait AK 


DICTAPHONE 
OPERATORS 


EXPERIENCED 


REGISTERED NURSES 
> Lia +. | 


. fay wt 


ace : a 
00 | ain 
REGIS STER RED Abs 1%: 


AL ‘FT 


16 HELP, 
& col. Immediate STeNO An iriington 
ALS $250. POTOMAC EM 


WOMEN 16 ; HELP, WOMEN ; 


16 HELP, WOMEN 


Will train | 
PL... 911 Kin 
9-3055 


Alex <6 


| TELEPHONE | 
OPERATOR 


White exp y and night 
Day 


de 
Neptune Tocm. 13th an 


he 
WOMEN — PART TIME 
ting 


BART TIME 
CAREER LADY 


Waitresses and Hostesses 
Apols 


-—_—— 


SALARY UP 
TO $80 WEEK 
DEPENDING 
ON ABILITY 


ian EY PERS NE 
RES 


’ 


RESERVATIONS © 


, 


X\ 


a’ 


MGR 


WW tocat 
ge . 


= 


, 


HADLEY HOSPITAI 
s A s\A } 


Tues 
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er 


Tt 
> VO 
Evan: 


nation, a 


cor. 12th 


‘LERT agtressive woman with car 
nd 


al 


Live 
NATI 


t 


SYSTEMS 
ANALYST 


16 | ROOMS, 


see “Ss a ftiss 


FURNISHED 


| ALEX —Large cool room 
. pie Spatiomen. TE. 6-821 
umn. rm 
6° emp! 
io Kine «t 
690). aft 


_APTS., FURNISHED 


A ~~ Lar 
l-bedrm. 


peas ce attractively purajenes | eee 
corner apt 

Petting | 

ad 

Pentagon an 

A $2634 


pent te 


APTS., FURNISHED 


bedrm lis 
SAND ITEM 
bath. Beh. Lo | DONNA LEE 
cout merA LL ,, eae $5 50 = : th. fF ‘tbl 0 fu Suburban Living With 
' men 2 ; . . , = , . C hy C 
| CONN we Te : AT a > ea 
crook! « p Extr a Large 
| SUPONY. CHRCTE Bus Sc 
Ant S00. a! : Chridren 
ht PONT , CIRCLE ' Sint tn a te nice, 2 Sedrm ( 
oe ” sa.811 7 : i y <n windproof, ; répre ’ 


PETS PERMITTED 


Furn.-Unturn. 

RESERVE NOW/' 

CALL MR THOMPSON 
1E. 3-123 


-din 
CLEVELAND PR 

ca heme Beaut 
bat 


oer 


se 6«6Th pv i 
ma 


: : , 
a’ m _ ar 


K 
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wo 


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shopping 
on 
sets Gal 
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“VIV AN HOTEL eo Sh 


WJ ~ y 
1] BX BSLAN EN 
a 


: = a? 

ahs ARLINGTON—1 bedrm ww 
aeantont ta 

ROOF H nee ’ KET 


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STRAKD eT abe if 


34'THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES 
Thuredey, 


HERALD 
12, 1956 3 


July 


ery 


ov ee Roes Creek—@pac | 
. zit porch 


Bedrms . 


e 1—9 
SALAD 


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v 
t? 


SALESLADY 


SALESLADY 
ag ; 


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SPAMS TRESSES 


‘is 


SPC RETARY 


TEMPO 


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HDRTGGI«T 
5o« TT . 
> - : : a . - 
> Silver Borine SECRFT (RY -<TRNOCRAPAER 
siecy 71. ' e ‘ : : 3 + 
a 3 « | . € é , 
Guaran Bos rrac 


rire. 
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iT79 : 


Pie SUP\ Prva 


ABBEY 
GRILI 


=~ Pr 


Wort | 


ancy 
rs POTOMA 
“PERSONNE! ' " : 


AND POUNTAI SECRETARY 


suse 
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SER \ 


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WATTRESS 
. 


™ 


: 
WAITRESS 
Apt i4 


arr : . . ® 


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=~ . 
. 


HOSTESSES 


MARYLAND MOT 


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CPN. OFFICE WORK 
J ° \ » a , ’ 


\ , Ds 
BrsisNi ss GIRLSs 
a, 
atic y : : 7 : 
‘ CAREER OPPORTUNITY 
| . ’ ; ‘ : 


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EMP! 


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Dept 


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WATTRESS 
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WHITE Pr ye Ab 4 BELOn 
DREN'S a ME RA 5.| SECRETARY 
- m™ oinal 


= ‘4 
. yeoeser .s « 
. od 
TANT. € MI) 


KITCHEN MG x 
> 
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an 


LADIES 
LIVING IN MD 


4 HOURS PER DAY 
REQUIREMENTS | LLOYDS | EMPL 
OVER S OF AGE , 


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With Pp 


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22 YCAR : TY? 
“ See ABBEY 


e@asant \ 2 


PART-TIME 


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SECRETARIES 
; pel es | 
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: n + 5 BOYD s 
CATNDORY—oir + 
air mit 


LIBRARY 
ASSISTANT 


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Times Herald 


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NEWSPAPER 
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Washington Po 
Times Herald 


: c7T. cy + 
1515 L STREET NW 


fEACHERS waite 
._- ee 
‘Dams TEACH 
~t *. < 
5334 Wilson bird. Az 
. venAros Par 
[sf * 7 +o >. = 
aclT 


$1.50 hr 
iT CON ANTS 
tat, Washington bids. 


se ’ 


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RITZ CO... Rm. 3! 


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INVOICE CLA.-TYPIsT 


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sb ina grow ng 


the Telephone 


The C. & P. Telephone Co 
SECRETARIES 
TYPISTS 
STENOS 
PERSONNEL CLERKS 


l, terest 
J-Hour * 
oned Offices 


Benefits 


4 
Air-Condit 


Numero 


Us 


INTERVIEWS 9 A.M.—3 P.M. 
Monday Through Friday 
Other Times by 


ERCO DIVISION 
ACF INDUSTRIES, INCORP 


Appointment 


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CHILD CARE 
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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD! APTS.. UNFURNISHED 36 APTS., UNFURNISHED 36 APTS.. UNFURNISHED _36) APTS.” UNFURNISHED 


14 Thursday, uly 12, 1956 ee ‘ ee eee ae Ge | | 
ra. oO ans 3 TYTER"GARDENS 4m? QUIET APT. |Benning Hts. Apts. 
| ip WLR OPEN TODAY | Baiet, pt, home. (luz. Sis-tent seh 5 a ae ine det. cof. (ade 
PHONE ee 50, Bpetiows, corner, ra hebedem RDrvit OAL 2b eats 1-BEDRM. APT.—$82 gu Bac, "Rest ' reas. Garage | BEDROOM—$67 ard bears, be 
 farite a peed | 1189) Falk to schools entrances EFFICIENCY APT.—$57 a eae st, nw. AU. 9-340 2 BEDROOMS—$77 
| “+ ot bY edecorated—3 colors ALi, UTILS. INCL. IN RENT romotions for tenants. 
; , : Utils My oa $60 | is ~Outside drvyine ' NEW AMSTERD APTS r liv. rm din rm +. 4 Ty . 
l ets A eae | en enminsained—iseat enileren 2701 14th ST. NW. Office hours. 8-5 daily: 8-12 eat. | ® s. Hv. tm.) capital needed for stock 
T 116s—" ) ’ ! ‘ ‘ u * rms a nd LY 2.12993 din. rm. kit... : ' tails ove Rent from 
“and ut. aoe . 0 Newly decorat apt. with spe-| a SS ; month Miss Tee > 


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2 Bedrms.—3$89 - Bt wit tchboard RNR AT a NS. Sy Vic. Th AND Vw |b vee bedroom £9. Fo wes for appointment | 
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weekend want ads 2- BDRM. . HOMES | 3 Bedrms —9105 ws st , desk “ey s asomoietely rede 868 50 eared ished Bedrm., itv din. | AG , ie 5 JU }-3858. 
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The Washington Post) 4500 SOUTH CAPITOL EMBASSY SECTION llently 1 bedrm. apt. Wise ave. sect. JA : brick i YOUR OWN | eee 
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MASS AND CATH. A’ fs ree jobs| 
arm. | — n Ma. rates v. 4-5355 a] 
' KERR ? CIRCUS - ~ | ReeT MOVER: a rates i: faite 10” . wy 8» 
Aro, UNEURNISHED oe) er Sat Pash’ Go SMITHY| ping RM 2-671 Shaan NO $72 | COMMORE Hearty co c | _per mo. LI. 3-0129 
' SRURG PIKE | dependad ns 2 8517 | MODERN in Good Repair — 
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Naylor Gard : tater “een. > ti pie 
ayior araens f, WEA. as mere , » TARE: ie ihe oft aed A AND NOLD LINES —— | 
’ P ; al pare ne 92 86 WIRED FOR AIF INDITIONING a Bred } VERY HIN OLS. SHOPPING ALES. 4 Syne Veet ' at he a 2706 Biadens erurs \ ; oh business with one of the ’ WESLEY HEIGHTS 


Classified Sections of ~~ BUS AT BOOR Bally’ Bet "9D wttetheetbed 1-Bedroom Apts.—$81.50 
and Times Herald | BEDRM. $69.35 THE WARWICK oati . te oadiotn ene | ‘ i HAVE ; rkw MOVING AND STORAGE 39) Seas ‘ay = Ny | omac——Larae - 
eetadinen Willen: 3051 IDAHO AVE. NW. | cat Mae Be NiSHE NWA. VA—-beden— rable, BUSINESS | Dome on besuytiful lot. .. 
5 a , ».4900 NORMAN RERNSTEIN | } MSTR. AA-1 MOVING Gimal or vu 7 — oo ad fi. Living » 
RE, 7-1234 : 500, Bee | 
enter. turn : losed | 6 L Ave MAS — AY iJ ca™ Weer 
ve , AD. 1-9 Pe a l% baths, 865 
P rr Frem Preceding Pace a’ A ' . “RIGGS PLAZA. nde oe oe -4 , ~, Jk. 4-6 Eko joer axby TAT ! ve 
. . 510.1 hedrm - : . | on ; at ¥ : ' 2 st , , 
bist fir. 2-unit , aston. 1 dior y CAPRITZ DEVELOPMENT| | a Se tae Hillwood Manor aor ari nares de Be’ “rms ‘ile bath a> edie — "mel. “Nr, apepning ne Ph, 
ONT Y LOxY RY APTS IN . ident pase on io PURN NISHFD | HOUSES FURNISMED thes veNeH & CO. INC 
CLOSE-IN RIOGS PARK eMite conveltenr BUS ERVICE VIA . fo ™ necessary knowledge to op : 
nt! BUS AT CORNER erste end belld Four orn 
| TS 77 ~ ; bemt. with washer oat aryer, a Lovel anc most progressive off com 
"iA, REALTY, 0. oF | 1-BEDROOM APTS $77.50 | NEWLY-DECORATED RATES FROM $81] : Bis th Verses tie She | aera Geeee | Tk mig Lig, 


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Wi achterintin 2-BEDROOM APTS.—$ | |2-BDRM. APT.—381.50 UTILITIES INCLUDED EVES HE. 4.5292 

“ELMAR GARDENS Rent Includes Gas. Heat end ren ORs ua) S40 eT ax Directions Out Columbia Pike to cn W CRASE—Rovemary i oe ROGER MOSS—HO. 2-6020 We are oresentiy engaged 
: me “ ) ah ny No rman Berne! ein Ayn OF eae sti > hank ya a &- more! 6-551 WALK se Cnty. OF Wb}. = in the most dynamic expan 
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Neat Excellent Shop. and Schoo hiweea Ma at 5 | SiL VE SPO. 3 BEDRMS. rec. fm. elec. kit. sarbaee dis ——/ an 2 SUE le John R "de Sibour & Co. 
a . EST dish waecher Wew house cond ory and need Top Men CO. $1199 Eves. FR. 3-29210 


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RENTAL teh mea Ran » 4 GREENWAY = o a s c "AR: * oR 2221 J 2339 mo, Cail ti P oe ie pf Our modern service stations 
p1Ie_ oe 3-444) oe 906 “I” oT NW —ie RIVERDALE Rent m, INC are ready for yeu. Annwea! ‘TTwW tT NW. ti1is—IT teem. 2 
RVIEW RIGGS APTS A CAPRITZ DEVELOPMENT ° : m coo ~ CHARMING histaric ~Golonial earnings ranheine from beths and 2 half baths furnished 
. . Minn. Ave. and A St. SE. a CoMDTTIOND , Call IN, 4-93 1 NW. 8 rms 2% beth $7500 te $20,000 are not ity sets, best offer above Ae- 
: liciency. mit ; h é ORE TOWN : ; firep! oad pianec. elec : - ) : : st oT 6 
On RJOOe RD . - , av : ned 4. —- 4 rm A... - - : All aa uncommon in today's mar cepted. nV. 
T' LESS THAN 10 MIN bed . " ket. Many dealers are on NW —aAu iractive to pown house. on 16th 
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Apartment Homes in Good Hope Hills uTH ) LANE WNTOW ; A 
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VIA NEW CAPI a BRIDGE. pletely are a. cond terrace hs ’ 
. ares ) INGTON HOUSING CORP. 931 ‘i ; ions. 8275 & mo . : Joying such incomes now completely 


10 .Minutes Drive to the Capitol | e | ee ¥4 reRs 5 ie : Br adh = a | pe Eom ve o 
A croup of cont “a - ’ Beautifully Decorated 10 MINUTES © 4 n . ‘ vit 2. liv.- mm | sa : - ; m ere 5 2 gone ' 
~ + bee — 1-BEDROOM APT. FROM FROM THE CAPITO bath oF a Available Immediately . mavestment eagttal _ a9 mg J vs. * 
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LARGE PORCHES cre ge $63.50 SEE MODERN SUBURBAN | Fis Sim gilt. Cones | FALLS CHURCH AREA! Sci'vase'yanen "| Sikoi Ap SMEs 
Be: 2-BEDRM APT GLASSMANOR | Fak. "oss!i tia = 72) ih age heen came TORE Betrsts 
Overlook rg Suitland Parkway, Oxon Run cx ie $82 | one D 3-BED- i= ut . P| a tae 2 ye Por details. phone C1 Comb residence-office. 6-bedrm 
4 ? BEDROOMS ' ND — © rue sat rt bE kits Service OF8§F Co. JA. 411 }\y-Dath residence. Connect! tae of. 
Park, Picnic Grounds and New Golf Course 879.50 to £89 50 OFFICE OPEN DALY : . —_— a 2 a! _ 
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0 en) ' COOL, AND STILL | $68—Includ | Bock : Mio. Shry| iii Rarmond. BM JE. 2-1450 abiphed trade lal Teorms;| grup che. Sullt-in esi 
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5S. & PORCH—3$81 to 94.50 CONVENIENT TO /|..... .. . a -a1h0- S WOODLEY 7 Sen S-pobehowse | 3 | | TA. 3-880 TEIN CO. 
EVERYTHING ned rir | f ‘ ot . UN. 14.20 7 ~| 3-bedrm rambler f e75 mont! Vrs Par = tablished Pyro LEO M "BERNS 
P , P ropert t street. Just VL screene pore: : ; Brightwood ipper ae 1” 4 stributorship Southern CO. _5-38327 9 
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orang | Lad ot Artax Realty. JE. 3-1450| $e Seats tats Bid teak | cqpersa! tn ssis| AIR-COOLED 
if : " : , + EE - , 3 res ' usin ' . 
ve : 4.200 y 5" : SILVER SPRING eres — roe rl n section. n¥ Tee - - ne f CAFRITZ HOMES 
4 . . 7. AT w “ ° a rice ite al tee acs ay ’ 2) i. uth , RRANT? NEw FRICKE 
me si G =" CoO one tek - REAI TORS ~~ “gee : 102 Annapolis Bottled Ges anc OPEN. DAILY | TO 7 
ne Slee tb ST. NY ST 3-330 wi REFD | i. 2 Sl ahs er pliance Co ~~ - 
aTRaET. 199 | ROWNTOWN. 1210 Iti IN ST. NI tached: attractive iar rd. Very| brick home. } “silg, ERNEST SERVICE SHOP —Lanaley- AGS! ore cont. {F ~- yh 
rm rt t . RA. 35-0634 bDelore 1) & & ~~. DL 17-2221 S.4353.| BP ~ wupandiss Priced : 
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00 MASS A ve NW DEMAND ITEM 3 ROOMS, bath. stove and 2 D>. C...aF. Batnewows. ie, 3 bs % mo. up. Inquire 601 REAL ESTATE LOANS 
\ Bedrm, Apt., from $65} DONNA LEE | ifiistodis "ital let) dathaad is Stithents » iu | een Cnt EOE: Sar “power on seconm ar 
soanettic a : : . . B AMR eM SL hs. 1 Ere 8 - en 4 oe 8b .  F nc ‘- a 
; P Suburban K.VING With 4a, tA ATION rT. ry eee HOUSES, UNFURNISHED . Max Niu ’ % ; 4 a ~~ = pearby ua Re 1s . / ; st nd mpi nouse 
City Convenience WILTS . py de- —2 fr ‘ col onEe— “\s on. Andrews. Bol NVESTM “i “ORP ne at it ign = 
’ < 4 we # : 4 semidet @-rm. brick: 2| 1219 , "¥ . uw ~ . ac ates. RA. 3-2) 
Extra Large 2 Bedrms ew: 7 -F-4 | a | awl k ; : he, re ms rt a “List YOUR WOME WrrH Us. 
B Schools, Shopping il 15th S: NW ST co NTI ay Ris aX, ate 2 - he ar Re i . ‘ ; at oe Me ~~ oe sea Aa 
Mi ORE? : 1715 : , a OR A R 
C LDOREN WELCOME WARWICK VILLAGE COLORED. 746 Guebee Pi NW ust | 7 Bh 3-408 wh. TH ASTERN AVE 
THE COLONY | _* LOSETS GAL ORE 2505 13th ST NW : ' es } J : 1a- A ver’ spac or "7 - ioe i. hu bp NTU ; 1060. 
maproot, ; repro ‘ . 2 sernen | y tingnhous ‘ul De ~—- mts tain : bie 5 per 
: —_ sher. arver tr rda ; b responsibd. > 7 acres ’ 
ONLY $61. . PETS PEAT TED. | foes oan es oe el Soundproo! ‘walls Pull mo DE 2-15: | in ass eee gel VISIT LOHR HOMES 
R | porch ft nellentiy cated * a & InG Bu —9 fr an bought for disecoun 
rt , n ~ " parocht ls -asonab) LI €.3862 Call RORSCHACH Re LT NC : 
B EN WOOD NCLUDING | UTILITIES Furn -Unfurn. ten ne n nh ~ . 14 “ pr a Pent 0 Ww — TO RENT 1107 w © on at Pails ‘Chareh . CLEANLINESS 
yyely, jee. ed rm ant Bee th RES SERVE NOW! nO pets. see Mri 2 : _ iets includ ~<A - a a A J. 2-37 — CARS one thie T 
VI eg GSE % vn aNSeMEN? - MAI RY iS —_— “BY NDICATES , —_— K , , ‘Pen Tt vA “S shed houses TRUST STE 61 b Pris 
— oven + , we — 5-59] 2990 J 3-183 room hom 
A Qf : é —~ ~BA on game oF Fac WED 3-Bed: den HAVE CLIENTS with un!imfled cash 
‘ - ; , Tr rt : Do. ©. oo purchase of second-trust notes 
; LLOYDS APT. 5 S&S m. Bey ALEXA Us ss Sanalbece —e) oe ABaecace Reach ine 
MONROE 300 TENN. AVE., ALEX. | fSiie—in-oimna ss ene Ca Nees ee ee | allied = , 
NELSON Y HIGHV s. Rit, bath “i includ | «= | Prmediate Possession me se. Le TRUST sOTe WANTED 614 4-4000' right 
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| sax. 70 PENT Ress ren baths plus servants quarters Not WILL BUY OR SELL yst note ROBERT E. LOHR 
ALEXANDRIA’S  UNEWLY DECORATED COLORED, $59 Wag es eer ae ee | MR JANE OL TES JAMES—Di. 7-1655 wg, sso Ty 3 Po RA, tage 
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iN REG. APT BID rye “LY &@ SAN : + VALE Property Management AR —-4-unit apt house er q ; . 1 Ww 


[80 FURNISHED 3-BEDROOM APTS. |2 Bedroom 387: fi NATL. mh ad 
ONLY 812950 PER vn he hike i Li me L ALT Surlting: pat PHILIP T ATKINS ~~ ood Only $4000 
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ALDON” MANAGEMENT & b3880 H COLORED. i- NW MONROE DEVELOPMENT CORP fall "hate = ation concerning our| pereer a AY AT y? Lanter Fi BW. mene om One 
S IPLEY PARK | rts ive mn kit bath! 80. 5- says. 9-5 mane ment service | sa500 —~- rt needs | Ne 
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Glen Manor Gardens. | '".2",A'mos 1-Bedrm., from $68.50 | apt att sea est ax Met Gy |——ANACOSTIA | _rul%¢ntoal”V™""Th Sees | BRICK APARTMENT 
un niy at 2-Bedrms., from $80.00 cok A. 6-6969 _ _ | 198 ' sem idetach $22 500 , s 
3 BEDROOMS— |! 1A RATHS THE WOODN ER Lares rooms. pastel decor, pleture | 1 re o-- of) heat. new! . Scam” ate Vieginle Aa Owners ‘i cock a = of ures cai able NW Section 
a > were OM WHITE HO rag | Windows mt ose e _ a , ous 5 - 3893. — t =. - Base of 63450 
Pac inc hoe K CREEK PARK : iawn. faciis.; ' : , prol ; <n N S-bedrosm brk mies j . rr ’ Outstanding Luxury Home 
2c AO? Now Available wey. ye Pe 350 AD euch romh.. psttc, loeal int _ love pad Marine elieess. Poon REAOMOND REAL ESTATE | This 
$133 20 dap nls rte cy Aofts ' : : — ntagor | bedrms ‘ Ly ; i909 OF — ‘* rs, Phone Ty 2-616) E\ ES EN. 2-8873. | 
DES HEAT. HOT WATER AND Gas prICtercy “NPT , , wa <:) wee 7 ax “ SALE. O. C.. HOUSES 64 


, e 1-Bedroom Apts | location rn ped-| JA T22th 
MOV! r 0 NCE 7-2244 Bore ™ eden a “specious roon AL BAKER & SON, INC. ApEEe AN ONEVERSSTY Pe | 
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- , / r “ned LCOLM. R nr . AL ac . 

Air-Conditione ‘potas sis = co OFFIC ming oe “a —S : onal 


: ona sracge ~ “wish nee 
ore & tH, RW ——5- om suite. @ RANK ; "VOLE MAN eM 


Apartments _| 200 six nicwocs ave se. | Sereai rita tits fg | Se RAN e gmc 
2 M. APTS a we ~~ — 
. , nd ; : , 4 —- UD APTS -ALBO A a Tl . “ARLINGT ON 
) ! tion Today | 9fden type apts ~~ . PRESTIGE ADDRESS 
See Mrs. Guy, 2512 Holman Ave at eee eS SWIMMING and |! BEDRM. UNIT $69 S0| Moedra sleeping porch wi 1025 Conn Ave. | ina “cewser rest tet fh 
Phone JU. 8-1297 tnd iornge fesuites Soon WADING POOLS) BEORM. UNIT, 979.20) saatterenned porch. BG ss’ | Rv‘bisler “Woces. eal Yor = SE Bais ean | ee ee 
, is ey ne cal reer Call : rick a 


59 POR INFORMATION APP’ 16 =e Las m4 amall suites m 
de Ma «Sz Private Bus Service to Capital os T 2650 BIRNEY Pi . a OO oe | Stuart i. rong 


BRIARCLIFF -$35, 930 


GRORGTA AVE PAST SILVER SPRING TO FPOREST GLEN FD. LEFT 


ON FOREST GLEN TO HALE Pi LIGHT 1 BLOCK TO GLEN MAXOR l conc er Spring Shopping , ; ffi h cellings «nf 
MARLB Rd "GARDENS | ? 10. 2-9300 IA. § : natural daylight fort 
, - i . FOR CHILDREN | apr —rossarm at ee — oh =e ' / a it 207 
NEWLY REDECORATED 1929 EAST-WEST yA rated Cail che JA 7-1 c> mas i iva . ide 
TO RESTORE—This is & real mid ~* -. ene 


APARTMENT VALUES SILVER SPRING COLORED | | st— vies cnt me fhenei Bevera. cocwities. 22 ot the i 6 .. 
' a ; ; summer discovery one l-bedrm apt Modern kite 


GRAND OPENING assesses CURIOS |e alta a ie Reabacrae | bem rere eres aad 
bedroon iis. fu month ‘ ) ) Ut e D—5 : aie : th Pee ; cel bs now. Re ter HERMA 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY r SERED BROCHTTE | off Benning N decor 1 cpl. With | ehiid; : re! $2 “ta ‘t * rare i 6) dows Exclusive iS iu, 56177 Mh 3-2 
39 Ah a. QOD APTS. Vie. Waller | §54's0 lic!’ siove: refrin all vill | SEYWESDA = bedroo on|  Pobe BUppis 2 BARBARA HELD H 
ni . ‘ 60 >t th. : | Meec; 2 ded . 0 fo: nspec ion y xey mn Ap . Cc , A Z i. $i3 ‘Oth- tia GE Orr ee os oa ‘ Coors ~ 4-0891 23-1205 5 
PARK SHIRLINGTON APTS.) * | fanep $99.50 incl | 41 » RENTAL (CO. 918) or 2 and J-oedrm. homes, HOW-| Bisa: “Enotty pine-paneied: wil DOC HIE | PRIVATE ENTRANCES 
oh ‘ an” enaam . nw TU 2 0105 “or TY. 2-9568. FOr. - F o ' bA— MM rt 9-11 r U mn 3 be of 2 af | MODERN KIT & BATHS 
umer modern | a 13 : —— | : : woul ° 
Completely Air Conditioned i aaa 7) AIR-CONDITIONED Liding: $8050 to 865 per month.| FORESTVILLE ‘Deas $110 19TH AND T sts. NW spe  Deauti im the Full Bsmt., Oil H.-W. H 
f 7 C Renwif _ , . ; fu “4 . 3625 “til Sp om. . < oo . 4 4 . : $1 world’ \ e a . ’ . 
; ee Pp; ivarte Swimming Pox ' : CARILLON HOUSE COL. t190 Hass D.. se i- ar 5A: : ~ th i Sa) 4 55510 2 oe - 7 - ~ > aise ‘ "| $495 DOWN 
Wading Pool for ali gh ——~ 8: em ee | 2500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW COLORED. | 70, — +2991 , "0 436 lees exe joataen sows. ine ; master FLIIs KOBSOW REALTOR | 
r , bedrooms * "Tein , WwW cae tikes s530. 7S ng A 


2 > : ‘vie roovw . _*. 
: 92 c hen end ath. $65 Di. 7- : R. EE ———— Dsus — dot ; 
| d 2 5 di A f $1 | 4 50 * ¥ GER “MOS: ._ 2-6020 FE : fag or neal APTS a rey NE MALE ORA R "c Hits MAN "INC. BUSINESS PROP. RENT 47 oo —— 
ar) © room pts rom ern convenience. ry, Mee: ,. ea DI “BEDROOM apts | 4906 Wis A fre BLADENsn URG—S60 ya. Tt iat & BARBARA HELD 
TT [nS AND SERVICES COOL COOL COOL | views “agetevarial cervice. pa a few mod os 10 pad ¥. = . ae ANDREWS ~ 2) mo tils A. j-hias , r e 
ALJ RO VENTILATIC geck ster antenna. iat r t «) on ~ ii rr in| : ' -_, > bat =i . atari 
— ~4 (a iit ~y and ~~~ a ae | ire and - oper tor : b ’ : fenced vaerd . |All O _One Floor ih ori c ai. Ct ee . y 
HC MELIKE Your | | : Se eh lait Wares] tance Ween ‘cees* liane n yet, Se | 
| Your inspection Invited a6 AL rN” ea! “s a! a _ aad val :' rn . powe = Se) on n _aenie! rick : 
- , = . . - - . : : - ’ “¥ re’ rn. = : 
[ | CALL EM. 2-8800 ; ork OY 5 | pea . saney. Were 5 a3 x ai ne Fine pian. 6 lee fms ful amt 
CEPTIONAT laree 2-H apt * i _ , " ' : , ro . i> porches pesutiful vard with 
Ex A Af .. ap Ne 2 s ., 3 oe . - basis ed a= oe - a gts | ‘ — iM .| gerege Call TA >-anbo. teow Neti 
ths i COLORED 1338 Bhevherd gt iw , oh A r-cond toned 
hese D) kun at ur @oor ‘ . & rms and 5 . : ra a hie 
’ . 10 imet } at : aD : ws 7 


. eer arer nea ar . ’ h -U. 
: . : : Lene cs 


te red 
\ a : we ; ; ? ; eT ‘ 4 - 
{OND REAL ~ Hy Ah ms RT DOUGLASS FE. BULLOCH & Co 
’ ' io 19} ys NW RE 


buy af $26 


HIGH OFF SHIRLEY HWY. IN ARLING 


oom: ho Eves 3-8875 : 
Navy Annex Painting is our bby | : Coe D APTS ert Etre | 7 ea. fuly eouip. GE kit 
OLE SEE RE Se. WASHINGTON-LEE APTS. | ATTENTION! EASONABLE RENT. ME. 8-abe1 | S18 2-82) STORES, RENT 49 
AJ : CHIR: 1ER AND SCHOOLS . North Wayne . : ;  URCIOLD er ee | APITOL ILL. By owne © rms iN BUSY NE. shopeinae center. Ap- 
“FAIRVIEW APTS | Mass Ave Embassies é arene | ne. nf gas heat storm windows. “srox 1500 sa. {L. near laree apart ene CHACE D. C.. $22,500 
EL APT. FURNISHED BY MAZOR MASTERPIECES 113.7% BRANDYWINE ST. GSE 5 MINUTES DRIVE $75. inc! Mee res gar. $140. RE. $-7192 t developm Ample parking BARNABY WOODS ai Bs 
"omael aiine te Ride 1” . U. 3-666) COLMAR MANOR—2 bedrms. i ot a°:”.l—=>=—— Attractive brick Colonie! in_ ence: COLORED WOODRIDGE — 
M 9PM DAILY oe a | col = ; ‘ _| rm. Bit.. bath; % ben rd 5 5 Capitol se. 17 lent condition: 3 bedrooms 2 baths | : 
y ‘ BEDRM —$72 20 A e d D . mk mo | Obes. from schis. bu lare a ft deep od for any on fi arse. Snished stiic.| DETACHED SUNGALOW 
- . if- on : e uxe some. 890 mo. AP . 7552, al. ; sinesé rent $1 mo LO 77-9568 oS ne recreat) on room with fire Det ~~ oommes 
PIFFCTIONS OC rie On SHODE 2 BEDRMS —$/9. 20 "er em ' CRESTWOO , piace perch garage level jot. in-| y ; Pa 
renter: through Bhirington entrance pest Hot Shop; cE | clewn, roomy, almost new Bide, JUST COMPLETED , | D—Ciese- in ved. APARTMENT SITES $4) Spection invite ; : . 
at ‘ . , , ~ - : i ; / ; : ue a nective ‘ a, o Cree TOWN SUBURBAN ™™ 2-9490 at : P. fia and 
with ; ; rm... dai F rv c Han : z110 VACA i- 


en lst st. Bouts ntinue let 
Aot. H G d  riek Colonia! ver} ERS 
j |. 7 
p ouse Yrounds | soo tloor den and powder rm..| REALTY CO 


me oe 
$300 bebe Cail TA 9-6800 


j ’ 
PHONE OR WRITE FOR FREE BROCHURE DELU KE a OPP RENTS i iF Teas fa hana 7 oesatess 
: Seg tie F508, Very, ares, 2-BEDRM.—$145 ‘bot. $72.50, ME. B-p868 "| Jae, bedrms and smaller ‘rs. and| p iy, clowe-in. 32.000 oq,| PL ie Fest Gen smd Roeder TE] NA. 6-0904 TA. 9-3459 
Kl. 8-1900 rm tamniliy-size x a . aliens) 1] BEDRM. a 15 Sasa. teden ti 1m ent ‘imm ed. O88. str Se i  Necation. | erepesans , bees. Laem ') mo. tevly dee S- 
St. South, Arlington Va ol Boy an ave Qual: = Call JA 1 or JA. 8-6576 | peting and drapes | \ y + 7 


vranc- 
, -973 : 
; 19 tis ‘4-4 . : - : 
O87 EEF ICIENCY, $87 call ace ERAPY | | FARMINGTON 111, Jefferson a Wa. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 55) Sous ™ Jur’ 5. von rend ; = inspect ia sy Dixie 
ACOSTIA < —_ ‘yy _ , or. 2-becroom bric midet , . ‘Call WO 100 "4 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED ine ft ‘bi ir pe. Immocuiete Tereew:. Snape tt ~/y OR PR oa Snes & CO. INC Chevy | OL RED__V A ANT 


lease 


; , : 7 
. ry Re- + : oils : them call EDD 500 : ; Chase. DD © — 
Live Better for Less Money mise epg Pee pier nk ea ut Soave ise. “tes es vatbs ewcnema- ai ~ ~piaeal f Fe ge ae ge race | CHEVY CHASE—Daliahitul ted 1327 Jefferson St. NW. 
THE * aut Es CO SPACIOUS ROOMS _ SEPARATE t mow NA #3556 a ace ie 3.3333 ori fee 2-949 wil, crim. rm =. 3 on rm. 623.500 | Detached— Beautiful Grounds 


' \ aie 9963 DINE AREA WALI O-WALI CoLoRED—cik i mes st. ne, ipinat) : tran 
N clo SETS SEPARATE KITCHEN New 2 rms. kit. and); and frame ntempo st Bot > C Located in the CHEVY | mH ASE Cherm! ne 3 bed-| 
- . MIN WIA SHIRLEY HWY wo EVATORS. MASTER AN ine tov frig.) } eo d finish ; ’ omae Fate enter are - a> teaeke th pen-| 
: . rENNA and all util pt ¢i . ; rt ge FS - ~ 7 rm close to Conn. ave 
APARTMENTS 49) mm @s caped wiih petio, swin erry bide | ane - 19! J nee" ™ . need me nes 
‘ 5 ming c! se to tranep pid low. if you are) 213% 7 LT. LavALses | Rit 
e- = - a a . he . Wee . : lookin | _ - : oi e future Oo ST se 171 La "FRED Fi ‘icn 
ress : PHYLMAR PLAZA ; | _- | om “bh rr ; Fal os rm pr 7. we THEVY wie Excellent br ck a 14th . ' aT 7 9450 
a - | center-hall Celenial Den r er 


¢ . batt ad hot- rn ‘ 
2 BEDROOM APT 4100 W ST. NW ) eee the . | Wrac rors fr ir-cond rm porch on ist f . —~h YL BRED wu, 
— . ni BEDROOM APT. . | DAVIS. INC, 800 M st. nw: NA.) 3-bedrm ° mmporary To mt tron ington ABC | Sige wooded | 74 YOU ST. NW. 
In 55 rambier with ' val in « -_ - Le r . r we : 
— aed - ae we ‘ EM 17-4471 2 
8 


s4¢6 Dea’ walter anc ges : *32I¥9 : . - 
. ROM PTR aecT il wa FROW Noe . — ; 7 ~ ; Ss ; ts ; ” 

’ rio ’ wWTOWWN Ic T CAPt Tos As 
, et on f midet , 


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¢ 75 5 CT ' 53.2% DECORATED! Wis 7 ‘ aiver ' ms j T ‘ st 
MA ss oh oe SD LAN! > ACRE er! or : to W at : ewly decor: § Spr porar > 
BEDROO ¥ ' LAWNS rT ND J =| Tight on v 8 ; ste, ’ oh a 4 £ ; . . necrT r = 6 SERVICE STATION : 
- — ° : ae ~ rT 8- $5- rep.ace : na : ' : ' ' " ‘ " 
HIGH ScHG OLS. sic ae Ew 3.5000 v7 >? wm : 5.” ; 1715. Avaladie Aus ‘ | moders bay , ~? ples ing Mede hen. pat ants Cai 
' 4 IUG } ~ rae | rm m ; < Sew | . reas , ’ ' ‘ 4 : ves A 240° 
@ ae | SES BEST VALUE pice comd : $87.50 s __7-9686 S ARLINGTON For t riicuiars ca w 8B Mert - Woods pe eed BAL, ee Ae INV. COR 
= Co t< : A\se rnisheg Apt en . 4 : m st. i row _ by -J ear mn. w 
Aj og erent . ' CRESCENT th, 942.30. See jan. Apt, 108 | 7_000rm. Sem w ory cioke {pom ~_*)| FOXHALL RD. W WesleY fers ere 
lust Over D | | SHIRL E) ogy st APARTMENTS en > ye 2\ able immediately. $92.50 4 USED CAR LOT | New lMeting wi Searmss 2i5| DETA HED 
a eke DU m ; cues! condition bedrms., 
Special Express Bus to r) C Ca Now += 5100 Por Iniorm HILL 399 3 40" ne > me eedrm cambler with f bese <netes eek _ gor eg ; < csiietite ‘ies bis till e 
Two Large Shopping Centers 2 BEDRMS. From $84.50 tor= 14g Et. aw men ee? see Avellsble) office, ete, 10. $6046. ce Chatel, “HU. 3356, | room, Mished to styled Sind” cate 
(New Community Swimming Pool to CLAREMONT AIR COOLED eiir.) poste ‘aor FOXHALL VILLAGE }"soariods ‘bedroqme. mad. 
. paaggy ween, in 0 Benning 16. of.| LURIA BROG JA 7-8800, 9 til 9 | ecndttienes See tareer| e7@, bath and kitchen all situated 
Be Built Next to Apartments ' Large newly decorated apts. with | 2048 Wiison B. Ladies’ well-estabishe aiee" | on beautiful jot. About £3000 ~ 
ihe setae 6 Duplex Apts | ¢ Siecle ana a... 30- fas ee = + CARE ‘eK —Nr Noval Wa Reacy ‘ rk- : ges 
_ ’ . <€ ‘a . an " - i} : > re re 4. ‘ ry / , > 
OPEN DAILY ‘TIL S PM chools  edjoining “a losets oat =, een. ees oe meee , ver -€75.000 : | — we- | fine “steeet alee +® 5 * - 
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ‘TIL 7 P.M 2 BR. $89.50 | ie Motieulenssr teers | Bes Sze ee" ss Pg: Sen) ieee lige rm. 8 $120 sel 6.000 plas im | room. hard flee 
° | {-1908 (37th st bet <A 4-7416 ani Oi. 4-802. _______. | Toms 1 

INCL. ALL UTIL. EXCEPT ELEC. | fides ro and Eiy oF se) , andi em house: 1. fest ast , ; a Bo ° Mr 

. omen oun. overloosing Potomac 4. Post 1-H fo ieee liv Bin paaieY co. 


™ : - >.8. ——— | ‘ 
tila rt: private . en: rance. | n : ‘ vu firepit. din. rm 
tm  & chen ‘equipment 4 G SMITHY CO | 3. “=. . 72 50 2-1397 | ) Gishwesher, Gen. § beGr 
plenty of closet space. pisyerounds | 811 15th St NW a. 3 a ay ; ; 28k 7s) . detached ss 
7 rms br: 


aC ' : engine center. Bus through de- ARLINGTON 
' ONVEN NCE yveiopment : ; cep st.@laer — | } i 
MINE: Pawel Gist: RA ASK ABOUT OUR FURNISHED) Air-Conditioned | 5 ' tinting oer ne a | tiation” gr lense ease near Sori Ar) =a 
stoWn Ehoopinge Cente Bill rd . : DELUME KITCHENS b ‘3 ae 5e Bar ws inn ex er 1973, Wie Ee 2 2 
HG SMITHY COMPANY bade ¢ gag igANO 2 BEDROOMS MeL rE is aaah pe mee “REA | MILLICENT CH TEL | 


1Seh ST. NW 2s. Arington : ; | Let us Pully equipped at 
, ‘Baa Fe an 94 CALL JA. 7-6660 FOR APPT.| (oars Trica Si ia Eves. EL. 6-4 Con Bair t-~--_™" es so ier, heap REAL +2100 | 


- air 
level: “2 bed 


r 
a 3h path af 


bove-grace recr 


yr oo fireplace carport: ¥ sare. 
Fashionable 600. OWNER. O©§, 6-s906 


First, b-~A ottorea. Vacant "Cape God. seo oe. De my mt 
on oom ith rec rm Ol eopreteed, $18 
$00" , RORZENDORFER. OL 


rs, | tae 
4 BETHESDA AREA if AGENCY. IMC 
RIVER RD. SECTION Pico 


bedroom 
ee we ws =. 


nt y-| NEW SPLIT-LEVELS 
fore and transs. ora 6927 SELKIRK DRIVE 
Be ai went? ne ce sf oie): Beau iful 3 bedrm 2% -beth briek 
borheed surrounded 
Entrance hall. c- 


seMIDE ACHES. shad: eer . rep 7. IF = 
e Cining room mow n kiteh- 


» 2-7. sas 


Asene?, ‘toe 
4 COR NERS 


na , : 
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: et : ric 
s7 PEN « ri ye Lent 
cA rt 3 SDETAC mt og CROSS i BERRY i © Sas oe 
rr’ : 
LUXURY HO | REALTORS OL. 2- g 0 D 4.8383 
“4TH & NNEDY | RETHESD AST Wt Toe f i ak TS ra 
“a e cute frame [7 g000 
The peautih rr me must be seen rambler oh Gouthwick st. near NIM GLENNONT—$' hiv *. ? beth 
‘a be +t A 1) we an paneiec living reom = Ph nee, . > 
teens, ‘ dishwasher. disposal ull at a 3 ae * hoe 
re re dex Oreted love} , wet aa SUB ReaN 
xciusive Bane UEL & — ee 
Inc OL. 6 ) GLENMONT 


RETHESDA— Ext ulsitely ~decar 

-bath brick _— $ 0-G 
Compleye sir condition bg | 4 99 | 
formal tom nit se- }-dedroom br 


Sataned pereh. completely, dem Anchor 
ete4 throughoat KO RTEN. wi ndows and doors 
One DORFER. OL. 46111 “til 
Buti = -_ : 
, _fuburbes , | ETHER A—Cicw a 3 alee Kmes $1 ] ce ene a 
or sT lan | te cheese from 
“COLORED IMA ARINE”* | Briark fom a SiG O88 3 8 2 

' ‘ 
MAGINE THIS |sevmnababY OWE 

NO. MICHIGAN PAR rms 2 bathe, rm bas at 645 a month 
GI BARGAIN--$12,500 | fu) “in. s r, m. with firemt| SIGLER & CO. JU. 4-8383 
é * bi 1 KENSINGTON — 5-bedrm 

rm. 


pe’ 20, level jot 


COL OL MICHIGAN PK 


MODERN 6-Rw PRICK 
ine oew Pro ov) dence 
Reautiful spac 


center! 


ar : 6204 s ; rec 
Se FMESDA—a15 950 or raised 
681i to vet. spec. 3- 12. Se xO REN DOR nz OL 


mee an wit "a. dail m 
KENSINGTON 


/PS0—$84 fo 


TAX Ps 
APPROVED $550 DN. 


BERENS 7. 
wnings in ‘ne THESDA Wel - located 


silt >» orick Cape 
d “= Tm 
4 ‘ Soeined eerece. porch 
: $s! 50 MAROARET 
 COUSRED een DETAC HET rent - $-' 


3 a - : s 
c ian, + HOME. "~ ITH ie Oeore ian 


laadacaped 


"READMAOND = A , STATS Landon School Priced 
at oP i, $i aa VES LO 4.7087 Ce et HANNON 5 te , " 
oror -— Aree | 5s r om, . 
| 2 3 BAINT BRANCH FARMS 
: Fr 7 ~~ ‘tunn | es 
ONLY $150 DOWN /[® FEAT A _. ~ 5-4. Small! Estate $37.950 


TRUE! TRUE? Almost 3 Acres 


, and 2-car caerese. 2 substan 
Pullt ot a Cel) 
"KE. 3-1370. eves. OL. 2 


249 
STUART & MAURY Te 7 Lo | 


rambier | 
oer 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 
| MAR 


aunty 


mM” 
WESTMOR D HI 
2-bath. Cole- 


eal vgn Sen “Recreation 


with fires! GE kitchen nretlable 


for immed 

BURR N. JOHNSON JR. & CO. 

423 WISCONSIN ave= REALTORS 
ST? 2-0642_ 


Ie the GI appreisel of this charm- 
ine }-bdedroom home in excellent | 

conditi on. Levely ~ wil an 
seperete dinin , *y—*- good. | 
sige kitchen ll bescanent with | 
—_ | t and partitioned for recreation 
Walk te bus and — ¢ and 
oe a schools Fenced fe 


SHADY SPOT 


this two-veer-old nm per 
oo ck rambler: fell dase om | 
beautiful ctree-shaded jet that a 
eford you complete relazatio 
co ee Re a ~~ at ~ 


this me and ced rieh 
JAMES C: ‘CONLEY Aer 
2325. Ga — = - 

ABE too 
Wre'll-plenned home seeserns | spe- 
cious living room with Grep 
separate dining 


bedrooms and det 
up well-landsceped 
wn 


RAMBLER | 
Brick home featuring 
with frepiece. sep- 
electric kitch- 
disposa! and table 
offertne toilet 


shopping end 
tren “Woon 


co e 00 1 Sa _ =. ave 

© 4-7200 “til 

“Close-in Si er Sort 
schools. churc 
pu Colonial 

ming rm full 
dem! excel 7”, Lot 6. 
C ROBERT GRAY CO 


Realtors 


eran ma 


Thies 2-stery al aay we has 28 | 
gcor. -sine bedr hs 
Or 


room 
pricea $1 


scho snc ue 
' rans! feoved GRARAM | 


aco. rst ie aa 
ATON—$13., 750 
S nedroom brick rambler STth sep- 
arate timing Le eaulp zit ——, 
=m. large fener a vard 
en balance see me hon. 
. YOU NKIN & CO. REAL 


parable $10) per mo 
her tenced 


fgll emt ne 
LO 5.3688 Suburben Prop 
WHEATON BARGAIN 


n 
oo 5 ee 4- rm peae rand bath , 

2 bathe rm. an ior den}. 

full Lar wand ite jevel jot; close — 7h. 2309 Mt. Vernon » bearm . - the 2nd eer. 

basement ¥ rec 


at3.che. ° INCE ror | minary Grea 3-| screened porch and garase. Don't; parevax counry— 
- ro 


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"RINC GEOROES REAL 
WA. _1-66 


rm. rambier 


Terrific settine—ieve! 
: oe orders are 


+77 
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MARYLAND | Thursday, July 12, 1956 45 
H K lreasure 
CBE ERE ane + half a réon type Jan er PHONE 
a Enea | Geos ene 
u 
Boll fess, We eee | Peal tat ES mee 
~bedr to a 
This home is in excellent location pearly new J- l. d d 
BE. ¢-90%0 arse lot. ao Te echools aa wee en want a S 
=~, + n in the big 
k bal prompt. “posses. ALE XANDRIA-DEL GAY— Levels 4] ccrention inapect FALLS Catecs 
— od 
bedrm brick rambler: ige ievel) 
812.950 5 wn to GIL 
The Washington Post 
and Times Herald 
sec 
neighborh on 4 . 
Very se. liv. rm with Only 3 vee. © | i yA gy ROU “oS 
se bedrms INS REAL EST 
ARLIN n WG 
mer: /3 BEDRMS 2 BATHS| [iro rs., ie EOIN 
ad ALEXANDRIA AREA Basement, Scr. Porch, Rec. Rm. , re bs . tart 
- se5e __New masonty J- r ace. separate dining | «e 
arm. split ve Washington $14,750 MIL] ¢ ” FAIRFAX COUNTY 
. e 
pt ak 5 ha bea | ra ” Pooded lot. 
rms... With 
Sol pores and patio | rs : ARLING one wants 
$1000 down may handle $20.95 i Approved 
‘ 
ye age Realtors KI. 9-1600 
PRETTY” COTTAGE | 
$9950 | rides via » RI Tone METZLER A 
ree liv with) scr serch. full bemi. wi 4 ar Hae = —J 5 2 
arce rece an area. Vacant 7811 Lee Hey 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
pet ér 0 fsa Bie parkway to|_3 Seo FALLS CHURCH AR dow : 
Una eou — non-veterans: to pi our 
MOORE & MOORE, REALTORS | ALEX al of, 8 Gi ~— cast. m yeh doin 
an Beet 6- -roomn | . Por a y he c's u. in AR ee eb Lerner & 
Oy. . —Cae Cod. 4 be 
LY DICKEY, AP. 7-8980.. | “Segrm. h schools. | burp colonial ‘with heayy rms. tip paines Hirepl sep. @2-\Saturday and Sunday 
AYATTSVELLE eres) 5. a a i she , root in lovely Leon Village rel lot, G appraised bib.oke a 17 d Sectio f 
: 2-1284. ~ aSsirie ions O 
bedrm rambier in aust, miss seeing thie if you demand 
ar UTH ROB- RE. 7-1234 
hoant ‘ VS o ui r | +. érver sistas — - ———————— 
6 MRE aaency ke SALE SUBURB, HOUSES 67VA. 
ee 2 BDRM ee “bars | Eases tems RT. ae 900 
Immediate occu cy of now’ 
y extras, de lune n Sao. Parker. Smith & Donnell springhel "Va. | 
dishwasher and fan. | JA. % 6161 a) er) wonderful coments ity of satic- 
a NORTH fds Re on | 
and easy Gl terms INCE ) rs : nar 4 \ ) bedrooms (plu 
+ abstain sean hy. eRS REAL Y CO PRICE $19,950 | Somes trom on | hE 
Antique brick. 4-bedrm. 2%-bath mar on ey ue, AND a On 
war —Fort| Sane Cod em a BROS ING | 
ite be 3-vedrm ny Seo. din rm. table space REAL 
) eras lew down ay ; fire lace, dining ' bs Pe PA 
quick sale. 3 bedrma. , | ee eeise tek « brick a. with ws a ri 


none ‘ 
Dius laree etees t x let we 2160 
ulpped 2 a good 


INOTON., 
Cae BRI 
rene Masa wi vr. 

Bivd New brick rambler ; bedrms ne sheltered pt p ivo® 
i . modern tehen. 
“Ww. 7 700 | $1500 down — i. a only and very rere: 
y porcies.| fiting No 320) ART POST. INC | REALTY, Ki 6-3108 
omt. On ie./ . 
Brick spl 


Janney's Lane. in of 


' 
| 
on. | A sects 66 
jail 


elvoir | 
Gh $350 Airport 
$250 DN. | oe i, GL LOAN for belance 


¥ RNON REALTY. KI. 8.3108 
All- GI- home with full 


—— - = — == compl redecorated, lee level fenced NAVY ANNE ARE , 
Cleve of | ARL-CCAMEMONT —7 mip Fea.) 5 dead-end street | ¥ oe rgom Dr. 
eee $i2 Laree FR 


AY knoll and 
E COOLING 


t 61000 doen 
ADERHOLDT REALTY 
ama * a ee cholcest | eeatien huge tivine ’ ;| ready Gl enpr 
SUITLAND | Oe Sais Coline "Eicken sii | Foxe Reals da StaSh. OA | ny $io, 
rT ee annas Rity, JE san 


bungalow: ige.| o7e-level oven. table ran ~ ARLINGTON = Jefferson Vil , Ca 


with Orpi ft. de luxe refrigerator Glan wasn 
3- bedroom brick Colonte! Brick ond frame Cod Cod 


responeibdie 


DOWN PAYMENT 


| GI OR NON-GI 


anc gardece clepoce 


m 
mn ba Bis: rN 
MOORE & esaecis "REALTORS | 
. 6 


(optional 


to elem entary and) 

clese to churches 
convenient te Pentagen and Dp. C.:} 
$4 down conventional basic | 
0196 Ae) der & Seliers Open 3 DD. mt 
>. - Do va ot 
, than reel 

> 


| Mannas Rity. E 2-3110 


VIRGINIA ETE . 
WANTED 


“— for or * 


| weekdays 
: 


ONLY $500 DOWN 
sample bedrooms . eae = Dead] 


i ‘eh 

}-dedrm modern house Wxclusive sales OOR. chicken hoys — oF 
DIN-MENSH Realty Corp. Cail! weter ond electricity. orebard Ry 
80. 53-6790 


ane "ARLINGTON REALTY 
2300 Wilson Blvd. JA. 7-3900 i) 8 


McLEAN 


this f'n 


 - and treneports- 
ALF XANDRIA—Br owner 
St JBURBAN REALTY co Pentagon buses and sthools  ertek >, owner " , - 
> 4 - . 
|$402_ Martboro Pike 6.5 JO. 8-6200 Tne f _F | sep. din. PHA financing avail. $59 
L CUTE se kil sérerred principel end imterest 


eaten | CALL JA 4.1300 
jot dead-end street <= 9-4538 


Girard ot WwW This magn 
home contains & immacu ate 
pe Detn. oi wb. full 
Excelient cond 


1242 Columbis Rd. NW 
S.mpiy celiehted with 
brick home 
money maker 
many more cal 
or TA i713 
LORED- -ATTENTION 
Gl APPROVED 
ONLY $250 DOWN 


ONLY $75 PER MONTH 


screened 


paths as | 
a i bath Siate 

2 7.500 810.000" 40en. Month 
LES '~. BERNSTEIN co 


— eo x Tud. 5 


2 COMPLETE APTS. 


COLORED U PPER 


_ 
3 BEDROOMS—MODERN 


‘BURTO 


tom-bullt center- hail pian popes | 
hh seperat 


SDA. close in —~ _Conter- hel 
dbrick rambler load ith char 


+ $678 
«detects S19." 7 5 yr -ol ram- 
>» - 
iam: 
rea. ber 
LEY REAL TY 


A 1908 
. of Bradey Siva —) 
ie ~ Colonia! ed din 
— S bam Leve 
maieed $15 


soo  KORZENDOR? nm. OL. 4-811! 


BETHESDA | 
NEW SPLIT LEVELS 


areas most ef 
Whetber : 
the chotce 
AIR-CO! 


tw Lane 
ead iit ecain 
me 
THOMAS L PHILLIPS 
REALTO 
3420 Connecticut Are. WO. 6-7900 
brand-new. cus- 


pen. Ip $26.500. | 
j } == 

met. Byes. — ae 
Burning | ree tstates 


5- Bedrm. Split Level 


Read brick - Ten \ -ecr 
5 bedrm- a baths a, 
patio with carport. full Bs 
side ent moc. it picture win 
dows Bel ow market 
financin 

Le 1U 


3315 Conmnec 


|} CABIN JON = ere ——— 


sos 5-4036. wii 
COLORED VETERANS | 


$10,900 


ABOVE BROOKLAND 


Bemidetached brick beme 

B gears ol4. With fro 

basement. Anchor-fen 

hardwood floors throu tho ut and 
Desutiful tile & 


hea i. SMITH CO. 


TOLDRED — Wodern 
only $89 50 per mo 
Tile bath full bamt 
meny extras Call til) 
aaa 


COR $69 “DOWN _ 
Lovely 8-rTm = brick mn he oe ios. 


Aute 
’ Y Pay 
EXT COMPANY 
Lt. 3-5307 
COLGRED-VACANT 


$493 dn. Move In 


ere & PARK ROAD 
; eri 


brick Home tor 
: 


"pullt- in 
MO: 


aly or Will eeees 


ade. Tne * 


tasteful 
eut' Whe 


HOUSES WANTED, to BUY 25. 
A CASH BUYER OR 


wil uw fe Tt, at ad 


FROM \ OWNER 


ah prove 
Ince GORGES 
Pree aporeieal Dar or : 
trhens. 5 3.7 


168 
cash offer on pre 
24 hours 2s Delle. JO 


bome nD "hd 3-d400 
AY i CASH | 
Tao Dollar to Owners 
For Promot Service 
ME. 8-0194, LO. 4-7942 
Ce —WANT TO SELL? 


Your home. apt.. farm: iot or acre- 
can. 2 


k home on large 


& living room 
dining room. 3 droams 
ullt-in garage. $15 
OBERTSON 

Wis. Ave. OF; 32-2173 


Evenings. OL. 2-8246__ ae | 


CARROLL KNOLLS 
SILVER SPRING 
$16.950 


Sparing ai brick rambler « 


rard Livine 
w. sonar te 


MEDIATE ‘BccurANcY _o in- 
rt enti. & B RE 


Celonial Investment Co 
$73 15th Ot. NW RE 17-6650 


CHEVY CHASE —Note to emall 
Tell mother the finest and 


" a 
CHASE VIKLAGE—S-bed- 
huge 


Chas 
powder Tm. ? 
EN x. orated thr oushout 
O's Cali 
RE 


sD din 
as .* ~ 


REAL TY | 


Bronte 6 CHASE MD. 
Gi APPROVED, $16,800 


misc onnecticut Ave 


CHEVY CHASE 


full Det ; : 
be A. &, Call NA $449 Ul) 


aes 7 


pon a) 


Be nk: te ra TT peerceme 234 now 
oor « room. 


fon an er 
>asement. . = 
s(ancin 
SaMU 


CHEVY CHASE, MD. 


$21, 400—VA Approved 


one notes perenes Ya... Ma 
c we 4.%8is lmore Realty! 


~~8U ie KCTION - 


st 5 es 
: 


mt one, (A. o- 
a Cash for Your Home | 
A’ sT SOT. 
a Dickey A 


“Heats to i 


recreations ry... : 
| oe _— car- 


peting 


includ rea. 
quailty home al $39.500 “call My 
. my HF. JON 


me! & 


Eves. OL. 


Just off 
ée. 3-pedrm 
. Bietare oie- 


APR ; 


with excelent | 


e 3 2 , 0oD 
15.-} ha 
a | th -in— Silver | ring. 
2 bedrms. on : . 


» : 
dust 


e Out. | 
a*béafkr’ bic. on. ¢- | 


t Her ot Mead- 


“ROCK CREEK HILLS 


Center-Rall spit level on «& al mente, less than rent 
corner ist. This < wy J < a sI0 


bullt home features a WOODACRES $24, 585 
DEN & POWDER RM 


a to pur- 
rick . 


4 ; : u : well- to- 
custom-made 
Garage FUR! a. eousal 
Immaculate er 
financing. $35.950 R 
BM. 35-5600 till > 
ROCKVILLE mec 
very specious brick u ti70. eves 
ah - >. 4 


‘ee tem 
A remark- 


breerew ary 
| Excelent 
WRIORT 


ane . atu ART & MAURY a 
SIGLER & CO. LO. 4-8383 . x ~t- 
® = AREA All ~ brick 
ranch-style home in a private com 
munity AL 


New Colonial homes. 6 and : rme 
is 


kitchen } 
Wood Ac res Constr. 
4 Ey r” OL 
av wdire. Well - 
; near vin 
and to on 


Z BATH ieee 
Bist r High Scheel. 2-9r .| 
red Porer entr. Liv. rm.-dim 
cond 3 bedrms geod ‘ ~ firep! cs. w tapi) 
partly finished 4th dic. Gishwasher. Recr | 
mu 


= Gere 
LEO M "BERNSTEIN CO. 


Eves. Mr 


}t- book cases. 

cor with laree separe's Se aine 
expansive side yard makes this large Orick Dome) 
beth Gen ane large A ful) 


a = 
mmaculate condition away from 
=| mac of. . 


NG 
with Deagti “ =r 
bedrooms. an 
with Raréwood. oers mye FT| 


anc be c 
=e oe WE Sara. Nets WriNarate CO. 


a rm. ay A = te 5-353) 9 Fis. 9 
Corner ROBERT 


—HoRTH CHEVY CHASE — 
= cs ae “23: 


9808 KENSINGTON PKWY. 
Ist-Floor Bedroom. and Bath 
_.—.-.-—.. | Distinguished English Type 


VER SPRi CoOL IAL. center hell entrance 
speculators for offer. this with unicue pat very attractive 
rick. 2 pian rm 1422 with 
onl "dinin om 14142 >? ares 
bedrms ng 7 up. Very modern 
sit-electsic ‘;neben Lars * wooded 
%6. Wali-to-well carpeting 

In o& verw etiractive se 

level lot with Dbeawti - 


bene “HL 
HUMPHRIES ” 


inte thie lovely 
+ My . ving room 
see. «cia i) 
and lover y kitchen 
reom.. — 


* perkins thine 
close te everr 

s own sell. £19,500 
i] uve §6=6llevely)= = 3 - Bead & O 
home. Separate din a) ful . 
Mens epsgas, p red tape 


SILVER SPRING 


very neat and attract ve C 


proved at #13 
HOLME : BAIR, Realtors 


SPRINDPIELD AREA 7913 25TH AVE 
5907 OSCEOLA RD Gi—$275 DOWN 
SHOWN BY APPT. ONLY a ; 
“| Stesttn Toit "ting Poon. ep] grecrthing fer complete 
eh, 3 tates! mt 


Owners transfer maxes! 
i 6fime preserty avellabdile ser} 
sa.e or rent 


Burr N. Johnson Jr. & Co. | 
EM. 3-8777 Eves... C 4-006) 
st Jan's PARISH —Lovely 6.) 
room 


niversity iane Call 
OL HEIGHTS 


511.500 
5 aces partially 
trees. good gar Oleer 
house. Opportunity for home en 
investment er for bullder oF -| 


Q | vester 
x contemporary “Gener MOORE & MOORE, REALTORS 
" . 
he kop cond. Bi 550 Y HL a “ta ane- 
—— x oe one tetel payment: as- 
} rm. © 


reac 
full Sem 


: rooms 
ah ans 
rosin rs Bana” 
' 
STRA ing Wi Tiams- | Ps 
! _ist-fir den ‘and powder rm./ 4. : fr te | 
. es " Ss Ambro Goon | 
terms PRINCE GEORGES PROP. | 
helena TI 
> baths. $13.9 950 
ome on spacious 55x! 


Rie ow ty 
eem scheo bik 
nee —y gireet one ; bese tram streetcar os 
. av. 2- or te +-4 ° 
A homes 


30 
VISIT | RSS ee eta Cela 
A COLONIAL HOME 


Fame yo Heights 
3- MBLERS 
years 


LOHR 
TWO FAMILIES 
) 


These Fou must ste. 


HOMES & BeMT 
ROBERT E LOHR | mere over "igs OF pan from pres. 
r old. bas everything washer 


RAMBLER—CLOSE IN | 
Tegwood remiber with $ tremencees: 


- 


on thts 


are 
Seb is & tok 


rambler. 4 din | 
Bah fice “it asetl pois dt| NO MONEY DOWN! 


ALEX. Ls" “bedrens. den 
we on dDeautifu 

a on ee: easy 

Er 9-822 pe ca BROK 


ALEXANDRIA VICINITY 


Ne Coral Fills Shopng “| COOL BREEZES | 
REAL LIVING 


BRICK HOME, has ise 
din. fm a4 bam on 
lot or ue TRANSFE . | 
L. THIS WRK GAC. FOR 

One in « lifetime do vou 

mance © buy « 


Most atirec. Snane. can) . 
ae (hie 
kit. 3 


one floor. Huge storage attic above 
on & seau ily 
one of "Virsinia’s | 
lanned and uniaue suburben 


“Hoon "CO AP 


eee CHICKEN FARM 


89.500 
acres. Idea) retire-| ventional Anancing available. G | 
hich bSreesy jocation:) the Family y a tr woes end this home 
sole tin summer) right 
Bes: | 


“Ww 'R aualif — THE "M. H i BARRY ORG. | 
“HUGHES CO. VERNON AVE 


f oe 
a 7 A... Th. 3 PM oa Byes Mrs Browne. &O 
vaults of clean * with of [THE OLD RELIABLE orc. 


8250 down vin Realty 
i-} Ww ALEXANDRIA 


$14,200 


Por only 8700 down 4 $80 oer 
mo vou can purchase this J-dedr 
»rick raembier on « beaut in e corner 

with trameporteation 2 biecks 
away and schoo close by 


ng room end) 
or the low; 
A or con-/ 


A ly én 
. ob masonry rambier 
oom. = 
oi RGOES PROPERT 


| COZY white rambler. 


Bue new: laree H. - window 
m., 


assume 
__. ’ oe us today te inepect 
Pt hae ES PROP RT these outstanding values 


ARLINGTON. NORTH 


Excelient 4-bedrm. brick Colonia! 
just 2 Dlecks from echools. stores 


raised $13 $00. or assume 106m.) and transp. Can be bousht for 
CHAM & CO. UN. ¢-8385 


RS | 
HIGHLAND RAMBLERS| $85Q Down 


. MD 

an? ' a $100 per moe GO! or sesume 
settie-| ‘rege 4% igen after reasonable 
inapect | down payment 


rar A. Bosw i Co., | 
a ee Se, oe Walker & Dunlop | é 


hisse at AN . 5-9r- INC 

old. 2-bed : | JA. 3.0008 8 ©. Mooree St 
with sesphait 
entr. Immeculate cond Lae 


yerd. Te mepect, cali LOU ALEXANDRIA 
8-45)2 


Bhan BRET» 


le : 
Get more liv! i comfort with this| }-bedroom prick i% baths.” full 


Sitbrick rambler "ide ‘serveped| bam. worer rm. ie ‘most’ cpn- COLERIAL REALT 


porch table spece in venient iocation at 12 Tasier Run 

rm. Nr. schoo i * peer. ¢ tb 900 | MILLER REAL ESTATE 
$260 down 71 month Mw “a 

JaMns CONLEY & CO. AP. 7-6292 | te, 7-190 npg PO 


4 BEDRMS. — BATHS 


SCREENED POR 


s 
windews and fenced 


3-BEDRM. BRICK RAMBLER 


Owner ip California silces price 
15.200. 


"a oH 
3-bedroom bri a i™% bethe full 
bam’ w/Trec. re. in most 
venient menos @ - R.. a un 
Parkway 

MILLER "REAL ESTATE 
= Wow | JA. 17-1203 JA. 5-2444 


own. Fest possession 


THE PERRY BOSWELL CO. 
WA. 71-4500 REALTORS 


CONLEY & CO. AP. 7-6292 


value immedis te poss 
brick rambler 

near Andrews 

vite rm. with firepi 

; GI or conven- 
term D 


Por the buver with ne OF. if reu 
e $300 for clos) - charges and 


shoppi ne centers 
rect busiines. Fully 
wasnper and drier 
urn. sample house 
Kennedy 
pe. ~ —— koreans 


lots of lot ‘or the ijittie 
th h 


a 
leni Ay with sep 
edditi onal buliding with pen let x my 


ber 
coved: $12.525 pr. unite 


‘RINCE GBOROS REALTY x 
BM 
buns. iv. rm rm. 7: + 
ee emt shaded 
Ave. WA Tse iwpRTK _ 
clean “ae Realty Corp 
ve). very TE 5 737 
new refris.. storm | 2 RL. 3-273 


r lege ; 

winds tenced oe: Be _ 

mesoine and school: only 
eth. 


ALEXANDRIA 
BRADDOCK HEIGHTS 


easy terms P 


N 


Love 3- 
brick. tenes 
pit. In 8ui 


rm semideteched 
yard wit ba cue 
é. Call L. 77-6333 


eemer 
e Park 
DAVIS 


sey eh ip coi TIO: 
sxauroht GROUNDS 


) en conte L oe for better loce- 
better price. 624.950 


ae uy. 5 mid Ki. #-0142 
|The M. H. BARRY Org 


2206 Mt Vernon Ave. Alex. Va 


A—Nearly new 
S-bedres home, ty ly 
Rn 2 "bathe : Y 
= i! oe ‘infag - 


imapect 
1 comvimnce you of the velue./ 


$) 
“Chauncey Realty Co. Str 
dow fe. iM Hy sf _ : 


h 


nia) | prette 
Hitery per area > ny ra ¢ 
i Pea Sock 


aN rr. a. ee | T'S 


 AVRORA - lactive 


by owner. 3-ded- 
oor Co an. rm 2 
bethes. lara ‘Rii Demt iA 68-3348 | 


NEW RAMBLERS |_M. 1. Broyhill & Sons _ 


ae Pal ee) pout Tenement pe. | 3 and 4 bedrms., 2 to 2) | POM PONIO 


in. GT $13,850 
Member M sal Client “he 
ember —s he ws ch 

fal ee 


| Mhbetron— xe —New brick —€ levet 
+ oe 2 bearme. 3) + baths. fin 
rm with fireplace | 
Only sis. $30 In-service contract 
accept DOBSeSs ; 


PRESENTS 


| MILLION 


th of earn for 
Laxure brick rambiers in 


| baths, recreation rms, 


$20,950 
$23,700 


CALL U8 TODAY TO INSPECT 


"|WALKER & DUNLOP | 


78 © Menree JA 8.9000 


oOo 


Mer ber lobe ha. ren” Hero | 
4 So. Glebe “ 


°°? oe 


9 


i 
—-_ 
;* 


; 


ARLINOTON 
4-bedrm a 
basement. kitchen with breakfast | 
nook, Assume §1S00 im Snencing 
Total price si” 950 
J-W REALTY 


=e 
-2 


u 7 
elegant ap- 


BLAZING 


LIK® THF SUN’ REDE 


JA. &-1878 
ARLINGTON 


Stone Home 


4 BEORMS.—2 BATHS | 
$17.950 ) 
ree the sutstanding tur of the 
eason see this ettiractive BR Ar-~/| 
hingten home im excellent jocetion 
schoo and epoveine 


N ARLINGTON 


fenter entrance 
tremendous ; 


REAL ESTATE CO 
134 8. Wayne St. JA. 5-1219 


these 
there's Lo. wid 


ee 


S$S$ 


5 ae $10 


Shoen Ss A. i cali 


N. ARLINGTON 
CLARENDON | VALUES 


Near Hecht oo amg ores _ $ | 2,000 
PURSE-APPEAL 


Ashten Heights area 
ts am. attractiv 


2-bed 
ome. Heres the “clincher— 
own to enrone 


— Po 


excellent condition! Hurry 


Pomponio 


50 due to transfer of owner 
bers! terms Immediate posses- ' 
sion Shown Oy appt. onir 2222 Wilsen Bivd. Arlington. Va. 


Gyner (gts oe comet i 1A. 7-6660 
sie: $18,500-GI 


RAMBLER In nd tbe convinced 
rm A 


n-size bedrm “bath home 


}-bedroom rambier 
escaped ist; located 
. 


- 
end imepect it thoroushiy 


Yeonas Realty 


REALTORS 
2313 wusen Wire ga 83-2100 
uded In 6004 neigh- 


ere je thot hard bo o. on bus line. Clo te 
. : : : 


on 
Ny 
Realtors JA. 5-6200 
ARLINOTON- BARC ROFT ARS AREA 


$35,000 


0 acres of rich grass land. about 
acres pretty woods with stream 


via 
$15 "200 for « quick sale 
mred poss VERNON REALTY. 
KI &-3106 


3 BDRMS BASEMENT 
Move right =—" | 
Center hall 
convenient 
to-wall 


trees ; min poe 
new school, good bust farilities 


1 |Parker, Smith & nnell 


asamp 


yee 00 
Appros 81500 will 
892560 mo ine. t 


COUNTRY CLUB AREA 
SPLIT LEVELS & RAMBLERS 
Shose Some oe ppt , A oar asbestos shingle house 

racious living rm. with fireplace. | automatic washer. air- 


ARTINOTOR Nore =. rersiged bed-| iitione wooded area - 
BI LEVEL rms. 2% deaths. ; hed eA mit Hils. of : pween Ty- 
“ ° “ts6 Zz }| Church urn on Lise st. tecond 
Brick rambler with bedrooms. N DAILY AND 8UN-| right. 2312 Borde po 
Pa bi — PERPROT elec LA : bast Across Chain Bridge il—_Gear ana 
: : oes . ’ - n 
AMILY—al) kit a ) table 4 sh 3 ee 


reen . 
in srpan -level 
wim poo A 
~y school, stores Py. ey $24.9 
716 N 


| 
cation "Sern _——EE oe 
racious 
hall. 3 le 1 bathe. | , 
ral __—. rm. : = “i | Livin Is — 
ful soment ane Saree, Walki mwac oop  — 2 
Arm N Country Club | — ie thet popular 6-T 2 ee oe oor / 
ROUTH ROB INS REAL ESTATE 4 4 wa 
CORP. Bi. 8-$000. 0 | t room in the esemen’ de ; t 3-bed 
BROYHILL FOREST te quick , 
| in BATHS 


ReRerON | Rl EALTY 


: | 


Teta. price 
Gl $% DOWN. 30-YEAR LOAN pency, 3nis } 


~~ 

om - 
large ecreene AK “ 
ment. Onis & 580: 


coresr-in S87 y ice Gnencin Finest jo wg BO ull 
ava overs IMMEDIA ~y B _— a vii ae ~ oe DP "Tosume ar rv o me 


ious. 91 : an” PALE BY UWE? ik 
BEN {6 TO wotg he ake ore 


20 mingtes 


CALL JA. 4-1300 
M T. Broyhill & Sons r Minton te, 


irae aw} Ré.. 
KETT CO 


TUE Pi Pie 


CRESCENT HILLS 


Member Mutua) AA Exchange giteh . ; wings u 
Worth Waiting For pened es oe me oe 


inish it, Yourself 
Lovely 3-bed Drené-new sntious Wick Tommie’! and save | oes 
bler MP | Page EP gh brick rome erfect ve-gare wot with adows car N. Arlington tone- and-trame + 
sereened porch rt _esement | 2. 

located on auiet teed -er street Al din bes BMCMOn) badems & nd 
== excellent neig with oye-leval oven —~ + ech cadi- | BANDABLE 4 
6 cour ary oe and Arlingten nets LARGE 


newest schools. An outstanding Richardson 4 Hall Inc : 


uy at £24,950 peeeiient ter 9) Deputy 
Call JA. 4-1300 . et a : core 3 x Parker, Smith & ig Seat 


M. T. Broyhill & Sons 
~ FALLS CHURTH 


ession Oct 
a “4 


or 
sew you is 


n & Country Realty 
Ses | TE. 6-1415, 9 ‘TIL 9 


a ne 


to expandibie f" ys : 
trecip peeevted Cal ad Owner Anxious 


BRICK RAMBLER) fu Sarr agi ote tang 
| $14,950—-$1500 DN. | 


fortabie jivi 
$11.606 45% GI lean on 


it Crurce, 
Ps Moloce 10, ts ier rege a 


vee 4 pian a 
> extra-large 
Tm with fivepiges | 
ry : 


Walk w bus 
’ i ce od — Only 
pasoment deantifu. | 


rE 
| pee ea I ag CAL Hailey, JE. 2-79441A10e Real, J t908 


THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD FARMS, LAND, SALE 70| WATERFRONT. RENT _758/ DOGS, PETS, KENNELS 76 /AUTOMOSILES WANTED 96) AUTOMOBILES. SALE AuTemoenNs, Sait _ 9 SALE 
. : oes South REACH. Clean cone iF "34 Gaels ce Sue eet Soe 
riawedey, July 15, 1996 ‘ | 898 Dé, ts to bure for 184s es on water-|-3 ‘Ww hone be pe _ =| wit» ee Ewan Fant, Rowen a JAGUA 
| SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. °.'°*e "Glo HE a |ENJOY COOL CAPE MAY. N. 2 —| Page seen a . ioe oe 4220 RL ee © i or ists Gr > Cave ss BRAND-NEW 1956 
PHONE | VIRGINIA ‘aTt ton | fved. Aug. 1-Gept. 18. é-hr. drive) 3-S508. — a or model Donaid Motora 145 L ewupeet. ne itine | xK-140 ROADSTER 
| LOTS Tee SALE och Front ey pane "5 | COCKER panic! puppies (2), biack.| Plotida ave. ne. ME. 8-336. —- , seer = steer | NEW LOW PRICE AT 
LARGE FURNITU RE MARYLAND —— ' it and side pore hes coke. 18 cach, JO. 8-851" EP | LL . 


T A care 
OD ¥ LCCOKEEK : 50 dish washer 7 ¥ up Cham bd. RE: 87 ai | - A mare er e! a ‘ , 3495 
L —iLAOtLS from a . :- ler Write to Mre. Clarke | reg . Whe m. at >- 4 . ta ' ; = rz — ~ 2 
LARGE FAMILY | gt Joe down, S13 me. le W Birk Bi. Chery Chase, Ma -|¢ pu VE UTO 9920. 4. “Tet i wes rt t we . od DEMEDIATE DELIVER 

, | Ha bat-f se +, ne — RWYN a va eo | ~ ie ~+ ' ail i a 7 oon il ed Ls . nale 8 iC “+4 FOR CARS. < AmaLLag aN “" ' “f ne ~ a —< Mat Y wmattan j wito 

to piace your 1 recre » and oY th water d sewer:| tences. $50 ; , f\ ir -cond!: ton ma be ; i. san rhes Meacrce Ford Gervice Bince 1914 
aon é« A re . . - r* DAC nant ND rur—AKC ; : - wrr rile " e a - : : < ROOM: 
weekend want ads preperiy Mapes ae sity Ge. UN, 4-068. aP 7-4065 mt. 5-bed 1 ay ea ae st lineage JE. 2 2-240 | Any Make uae OOe auarent ae E Al IRPAX. i — - : 
p : mt. >- sf le | tand.. & ore cl, 3 cians wad 

rake > HUSCPABLE CALVERT MANOR, Nr. Acco | all : x 2 house ae bik sided. § es. | BILL DENIS, INC FX ‘Codillac. Olds Co ais «i ta Between Fails Church and Fa 
in the b q JE. 4 Au 1S: 10% an. Gis mo 2 -910) ite Tom Aistrom ‘ Eg: a Pup ke! 4040 WIS AVE. NW. KE. 79-1522 122? 22nd ot OWS Tr 3-oem or ao. . pene, Fax om Lee Highway at Merri- 
1¢.750—Brick. So. Ar . peer. Broker = IY >.514 eteatie on x vile iri J re Qe | yi. wae a wecome and cold coab capma Lac — "ss Piece: woes pete 7 ue wywimanue. om Gas felt Ve—JE. 4-3302. * 


mw GI aporaisal 2 ms EXCLUSIVE TEMPLE nr : | 4 — ~ : “ ras oT sCTORY DEALER 
Saturday and Sunday rm. with Brepi ray iu fte| Later wooden tote ioe selection. | $765. Sis SEGS4.ASGS veces ar] Fetane’s Tyra usw code: Sire'| Biadensbure rd. pe WA. 6500, | fe oe WHEELER INC | sca Toema 
co Cc aoe: OF vant believe aaeall as.| Ter 0" eg ares just open | GR 5-389) weekdays 8-58. . AUTOMOBILES, SALE 7 , CEP TAL AR Pl TMOUCTH-MereRtalL e a 
x. 4 A) 
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Classified Sections of st! fe 34s 5 ae * : . 255 Youre | & 8 (2). Slameve weds mos Suburban Cadiliac-Olds Lanois? WasmrectTos Deal sR yt — 
The W Post | See sd 2 ) Ave FUR. ae. aad opts. neat | Bouecbe. ineesl. $90 se, MS. 2-572 | SOME, eae cae Sg STAD | oe and Wile 
' ——= - - ardwe ry oe LaQueciia. | MOTH ‘ A J : b - : oe r — sia 27 
e Washington Pos i dge ‘NorTH BEACH jely cottast| male Kittens le y plump good | $6 ROADS! | ‘TuuReDaY Ta > p. Susteete trans Oxre forest | 7TH at R Sts. NW. NO. 7-27 
) 127 acres: less tran , : : od bath. Ft; | Virginia home. Ki 89-3953 wiiels. A le wae roe inh, Sn Se Only 55) 1810 King St. Alex, Va. 
and Times Heraid 5. water and gas. Within) cont. het water; Ize screened DLE PUPPIES. black standard. | $3495 ote wr: — an A +e lo King 8-5525 
* Other acreage § porcii, ; rT descendants of , T Swe mt =- m4 pi f ing 
? V/N aye oo Fi. eae f re of ple intel a ortainins JACK PRY, LTD -s 4.3 ar yy ; 
RE / | 234 = ’ ay 78 | RA. _ i} ts . EXC! USIVE AREA otal aR ; > 300 ery ) Avisee— 51 +-dr 2 & s&s. Hydra- 
, Mr iv Para - F A\ ES AT? LD . : Ten ry min 4 eres a ACE - RIgTOL” Converti ble 7 s se i x. ao 2296 - 
lary , | 1s vari ~h uyine ~~ mage ch. Perriwi 1238 Comm As 7 = 7 ae or 
SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67V A. "KAY REALTY 00 "RA Gos shalt Uesemeat, Penced-in Tete: PUPPIES - Mixed «Bessie AUP "koto" Ye a nha 56 LINCOLN 
: il wooded lets par 7 | ; ’ fros ' : . : : =~ " - —- " - . : -niere sedan Compicte 
VIRGINIA AREAS JE A. 4900 " " p ox 00 4o«"n ; noapoay - é ay ” 10 ts a SPIDER SPORT ROADS TF; 2 " " . ; Aor. . P - rotons _4 . re ipmen Ramo hee 
Cop tinued Prem Preceding rase ; M : STORCH |; Snores Sei r i : ; ; ' ‘y.. - faery teas a , . a : - woes a : oe be-drive 
. : ion call §-2 4 oh De : . "y of gras - . - . , . 
, lan K 


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ASSUME GJ iy ce PR NI COUPE 


, . : ‘ *n eo > New va i 
ADE J i? ° rT) VACATION PLACES 735¢ stAMESE KITTENS. Cc Rl. ree — TMuMet yIAT 7 YE Ba 
HH . - ALLEGRENY MTS.—Modern 5-rm. _Polmt, 7 wks. DE. 2-142 JACK PRY, “LTD _s  ioot 
Dt n4A) R sentahlic Genes cot et 2 on weep Creek Lake. UN STU : + " 1¢ ; Y Tn 
; -. . ' : 4 : > n 4-4 a + ire Sn " nr ; - F « , 
| REES “ Rt - le , LEO ' : § -_-- --sesoeoeo--------- <r -----—-— th m= 3 re is Minx : oe 14th & SM : / , Vv - . -, : : - : -— 2? ge * bn FRis! LEE . “BUTLER. INC 

, H : arr" > : WEST VIRGINIA DOGS, vers. ae = tiku 7 vc re i. : ne . E ae ; = +: : =: Coon _& Vip. aves _BW_9D ¢-2900 
', age . RESTRICTED Potemeac FR " BOXERS. ‘ brindle« ' yg ae vs ; Ree. AK‘ CMP a, . ete : le rn ~~ aSuateves 4-d00" 

; sb ' ; - — ; ; : . ath " , s = Z T KB. aoe IG , . . - ; ; ’ - —— pie! y area " 

REVEWOOD TREES . & Basy terme Avs to 1 her Show days eres, - , pad Re SS) ~ , S.900 “ =" . . : 5 ci; S r $1445 MONROE ORD 
: ; i's 2) ; Ve Ke , > stock * HORSES. LIVESTOCK anGLia Prefect leony’ - +s = : ; > +, : Biiver 
oO. 6-7 VOL. WAGEN Ri : hal > a ae sor? - = 
WATERFRONT, SALE 735A Boxee PUPS Powe aki . ore . and bri ! reese id ee oer be 7 as —_ “ = : — 7 = NEERCtRY ~~ ‘Montcia ; hare oe 
10 BE SUBDIVIDED—Severa : : ows Longwait. UN.| f0leT. soos odin |) a Sa he As By, —— sige Beeat: 
a © i Ee aan ‘ i GA hing i Colun re sagtes e ’ | P equipped. 
: ead th cu CAIRN pagel -- a LAND and ; '. S26 : . . r ei ‘ 
dist shot: Py t , 14 : mo. roanen £195 aN Lia 195) , . ie , “ - " 
; = nn m == = CR. 2: 7 " a BU nnows Mc “MoToR ETu : “8 p RSO} ar war: ranty ema tthe 
; + : cael ~ - Ls Ce % 7a - ~ we : : 

FHA TERMS ) ber ——_ ohh iions howls boom | PERSONAL LOANS N-WEALEY — ist rec Wi cut ROLEy at = <n 'sor EE TE ome) Maytlower Motors, 

. ' , ’ ’ . 7 a if Ms) ° ~ we ~n *f -_ - ~ ~ 

. , Ee Licenerd under Small Lean Loews ; "iy SD r Aprn nt : eT ,s - y rf 

‘ C cond. 61201 “SOCENTHAL CHEVROL | OF c — ™ - « __ 4535 1 [- = 
PERSONAL LOANS . , :' wrectEy— 4 &-passeng?e, sabos 


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inc. 


LURIA BRO , e hi - > , ea) es - wae bh. Mercemet . 
248 Wiison Bivd. 9 ; en at ran r i . der Small an Lewes MOTORCYCLES ETC. BY A? Li —_ Ar sig ‘ "wre ; : re jou 
; . ‘ ’ ao ' o . o an 
SS B ROFT C : SSsSssseceses LOANS MOTORCY<« oar = ED. 140 BY.) 5 hs r* selection @ os . —A oS duan Oe A RLEX MOTORS INC. 
esate ab . “he B { o« " ? : w+ Ouick—C enfidential wo loade wit! } : | 4 oa @net — 7 : = = , ; —< 2 : -'‘e? Wey " = - te i 


| 3 4 , TRAILERS, SALE ria and Americal . 5 Sececn or. Ser forme 
phn weed a , 7 j y SN ~~ - . ‘Mire . . ; : _ 7 
HAPPY NEWS ¢ Mapp hy ; PHONE ee = FR| Becssion 3 = : er ’) $595 TOTAL ee koe 2/55 ‘MERC. 
Lt . > SH LOAN 4 OUR SIG including full beth: $19 5 mer 3 ; it mas We # MONTC IR 
WONDERFUL HOMES | 93337 8.1. Ave. un. 4.57729 5 MATURE ALONE TeV T “sae! x — err tse * LA 
. ch vari ©7898 Georgia Ave. ju. 9.28529 § WOMEN'S LOANS me and imperial Dealer, WE ever finance 


9226626666666 Our Specialty STEWART HOUSE TRAN FS " ert Imported end LASS & CLARK 


Ame 


CONFIDENTIAL WE CAN MAKE i a f ers Mobi 'TH AT STS. NW Arn Lvs : . aA 


you A LOAN IN > ania wersea - : +i RANCH ‘ie . 7 
LOANS BY PHONE Phone WR et, pk SERVICE wed re pata he > 2a De 
On Your Signature Only - 2 Hrs. pated RI ‘ABOU Rt Uses — UTHS | a , lc’ ae - . 5 Teal De : : ; . mart 7 ER MOTOR CO. 


: : TUR MARINE Bai LES CO - 
Suburban Finance Ce. = Boxy owe reir wecessany ag Ne paperis STANLEY ¥ oo as " — wee 5 ORIDA 
900 Georeia Ave. JU. $4982 § AL Fina "ersia_4s HORN SPER EE Brac Tan Pome the are. Noe > LI. A 2396 
Ses EMARYLAND Cash Loan AMERICAN Pa. Ar ee Sie , ee a 4 
TTI? e te > - | oon nie : , crys Ta—19 : = - : 5 cumeens 6 
PUL AA ewENT . 208 Gestata ave io , nnn Ay an CK 6 0 3 2 doors. 4 4 doors, & he rw : aene’ aY a 7 
oes : y L MES 4 colors. Seville Boick. >” F are ' sue 
AMBLI 3 JUST OPENED Wheaten Finance Ce. OL Rbede Island Ave. Breat-| lent « ie a Proce . be oe) = 
NEW LOAN OFFICE 11081 Views MID Read 50 LiBt ar a ter oe - ac i , iy ot 8 
: ; . : ‘=a _ ; evy < ~ . 3 . ~ serranty and ‘ithe Cail < ae 
see it ROR- | RESIDENTS’ FINANCE CORP PT —1 BEDROOM gE, W-. tines. Ver? ct in Mavtio 
OF MT. RAINIER Suburban Finance Ce.8 . Re + ib and B1_ave. ue LA. S600) | CHEV ROLES aytiower Motors, Inc. 


Out-of-Town LOANS IN 2 HRS. [if re omnes. Se Se ee ~ | SSA E fintsh* one emer Very wond| retueed 


1608 East-West Ser. , ' — Ww TI " | e be 2 
OWN FR bo He in :.s! o FT. : VET. f a ae Ken) on recs Chevrole . " a | . 
n women Resi ‘ : - ; ‘ 4-844 = w--~ we aes : e .s - 
" 7 2 -, ~L—. p ptane. Ove, an Resident's Finance Corp. a pax ‘4 a: a —- a - , - - : . "84 MERCURY 
; 7] - fy 0G ra ' rit. or See ' >) ‘55 BUICK ' 59 CHEV. fe ne . r- _ te 5 a pester See se so 
wMehaan- bar me : cam be as | “REPOSSESSED” Ss = a:| BOYLE MOTOR SALES 
: ban, x ) : 280 4nd. pam nh 
LEAVENWORTH Arfax Realty, Jk Oph ! : $1787 TOTAL | $249.80 Total 
s¥ Ail OWN HOUSE : ma -y ; ~ , | ; _— eK ’ 4 otal 
AND MAXWELL rol ove AMERICAN TRAILER ped. A terrific bur! Service wns 


; - ‘7 : , ° 2 7 ‘ : 2 
FIELD OFFICER ' ) _ ~ et . gna wethankalls erat SOLD Seae— 5 —a -. . . -arresty and 
; Dberual > ? 


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FHA Militarv ; , , 3301 R -" " ’ 3 Bi Acc” "e “CLARK = yt t . -~ - = . —_ —— : . Maytiower Motors, Inc. 
“In-Service Loans . a + , , , mM ¢ aprt  & + A AVE. SE ager Suse . were > 
ARE OUR SPECIALT" ANI . . ; 0 1. Just D. 4-9862 The Auto Center 


HAVE Ju ' . ’ 6. — - . . >? ' . : y . . ~_ os Ewes La . 


ee zt ey 
vee ‘53 BUICK | busvacutr— 
* mer Ss 
ack > 2 a cw 4 -ewobhoe 
top . o_o a . a.297 


' erm | _ i} BEI - : m 
Boa ssume_[ : 
y , Ga ive? Your Owe Sigvreture h tralier Hardve; 
: Excel Mis ‘a ~ - 
heer ate owe * wil ‘ 


: i Can be « . : if Waorre 
simpiA Te ™ SS ESS -_—- - — = : ‘SY th : > " rt =D ™ . . . . ° 
ARLINGTON REALTY HUGE GI LOAN a oe Lay i aint Te oe BROWN MOTORS ee ee ee Bee oe 
} ‘ : Bacher wh up to ‘ $48.33 : rack a) j ¢ - ) 2. vo 6-909 Chevy Chase Chevro et — IN — Y 
von ‘i NT oe sre) a. plus” feature: - | for any worthwh $34.44 . a e: f od he 100% nit c L ae CrevnOuE . An, © — REPOSSESSED $2985 


ey ia brenkias! bar, wall gees reiriser| J Pur ; 00 $20.34 |... BUR onl 2 a tee anower contest $449.50 TOTAL 


¢ r a has - : b at A827 lieate OF - 
© Ge oneg. game ae $16.09 of 7 ah : Lakes als aU PERMATIC ‘MOTORS “Rosenthal "Che rolet > o> On 
or ether prone @! dey loans under $308 ore $384 Lake aly | 1¢th and Pa, Ave. GE. Li. ¢-¢000 

on a 2-moenth plan under Va ae . 5 o Ty 4 Center eedan 

aw @hich limits small loans to ’ , — ‘y equippes 


- ' . 7 : . | 
: AN ROVYCRAT ’ “) » nse" = “ . ; 
- _ >= eust ‘ me s . : — . 
to 4¥ months to repay. $606. Interest cherges are 2% ; Ones wow t& ipp-- One owner Lumet pe RiTyY MO ; OR J 
y rw \ : . ‘ ™ —- . 


elf you wieh, teke up ° 


on Unpaid balance of 


a sn a —. an n¢ , . , . -' / 
- hes = po © : ‘ Le . ~- 2 , " 
CAl _ . | Dp OP | Come = oF waa” time : lees md S%e% on the th OTqO * et 
BELL REALTY? 7. | ‘i | 7 prone fy st : . der camer bardtan Miviere. |iteat ... 
tered BUILT Howes hi , Ma. : Penatow I . ody, | UmEVROLET - 
specifica Sei ; Ls so 01 . ~ A one X roe Me - 
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. MOUNT RAINIER ! . . : ; 4 . 
ee we eee f LOCATION T, 3233 Rhode isiand Ave. 1 || American Finance PERSONAL LOANS ‘i ee ean) ae 
aban Con Saat en | tomes [| ADams2-3500 | ia sede Seal Toes Powe | $20 cP Sika Yi" end| ghee Rene 4 
— ; SAVER SPRING i Corporation ‘ aan LOANS PRoc URED—On « 7. = a . a ' 


ee ee “ abv aol rr 
. . . 961 Boenifant St. | $422 Whee. Av O. 47731 . = 
aitypber Sutaal Cis + exci Block east of Georgia Ava. | mrniates ~t UN VION AUTO CREDI T 


WONDERFU NI UL. WOR : A Es APE ) JUniper 8- 1500 ' 4702 Merthore Pike ©. 3 : 4RR4 
sparkiis rmuce a , NEED MONEY? 
7906 Georgie Ave., , y.) : - feonh On 
JUniper 8-111 ? ouick PERSONA! 
in Vieginia, Berrew vp te $600 ) Res ; 
ARLINGTON TRUCKS, SALE 


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. 1407 N. Garfield St. : CHEV KOT ET—Prace-o 

f at Witson Biva . at ; tad 
JAckson 5-5400 NICHOLS IN CHEVROLET 


. oe DODGE M i-te nh: oF owt silo” -_ 
PUBLIC FINANCE vy ©. page before 7) power sive = 
> lo After 7. ¢ ’ power : Qc i= = Te. — . use nee. 
: n » > - ar 4 ° a " , . id 
CORPORATION me _— i. Industrial uP truck 1! 2 | oe oy ane | , - : z 
former'y Put mon ‘ti. ai 8 oo. m. Closed - sos = ror : 52399 HORNER S conNEn Buics owner = ees noe ' a 2 —— o be On TOSENTTiAL “CHEVROLET 
um V- Ws Dealer. F ne » i (Hb BOLEI— & Aa * iA mer 9 aclingom. Ee & Columotea Pise 
tcku oo | ‘ : bot! —< = : ? : ia sk 2 7 2 ; 
kup . . , paeass — k acm ae | o- : >> i. ae we «3+ as ~~ . 4’ ‘osu do RamBbier datas — 
elivery | wr. Bo Steer ing he — . . nal ’ ° # — we ” “ ca, —~ * from. | conver 
ake <0 a . . and bo ; Pos : ae. * » a re > wet . . -_* 4 are fully equipped 
: ; “~—r toe > HORNER S : : aa price 8 


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7 ; : Ss) ’ . : - = * m 7s 5 w r 
ROSENTHAL Chev rolet oth. Li 6-6664. s. ‘0 ~ aa te 7 . 2 t a a on et ee re oO OR co 
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Mannas Rity., JE. 2-31 10) Seon eee ma view Nek enioxar ens — .: ry 
MILITARY—O “ 3 _ ad at ~ Coe 
S115 mo. with immediate | oc See take, “eet... MAY BE A SENSIBLE SOLUTION 


s You may be able to take advantage poe 
of bargains with cash. Get ~~ — a, & oo Paying up 


7 
Tomorrow _ up to $1000 for any good purpose. 5: ick-up <r wanted ‘ 
Take up to 24 months to repay. = ~~ s, pri vas Drnaflow 


wile sii.caa POR All fui Styling ; All DRESSED UP AND NO CASH TO GOT gas & SH uilet, KIRK MO-| power Drake btbeé OPE on 
earm mbler im © we coe. See your friendly HFC meneger tedey ef ARLEX wy >, _ NK. 88 
, hederd. it's TODAY! Lite mserence en af HFC loans af ne extra cost te you. A H FOR CARS| ¢ Ca Gnirtey ro 


MAKE OR WODEI Arlington. . >) 14 s > ; BS . * fie Cad 


orhars, 
hE ere | beach mam rs OUSEHOLD FINANCE — fi popes te to, [dir id? ft «| Porn cw armen emer | Seer tel or ant re 
=F chs 


AUTOMOBILES WANTED 9e. atiex SF a i roe 


ARLEX M bc i" = ae. Li. 4-300. 


4llen 
- engage 


ang «ood _ a ut 
RING REAL ESTATE CORP 
5 4000 


D , , . 4 — sw te $30 ; : 
; pia ‘ re, , mmecdiate pickup 6785 rs ry hi ond) tioned 
LL XURY Y LIVING, ed Olas e hear , pi Kops WoUre wi WAG- ut . te tit ~~ oe tne Y Chevrolet 
‘ are Oo c PS WOLFE MOTORS MAC our Bus 
Th earning : : ’ . wy Nene tua wT. 0» “omg 199) wl - ay Ez. W EM 3 O14) 9 er eens - ORME ih ane 
; : , ° , : Sast land 3235 Rhode |siand v nda wr DI a . 
PHONE 'JOréen 8.9364 PHONE he 4-574 ‘PENNY 
SETHESDA ' 
7444 Wincor CLARENDON-ARLINGTON Pays More for Clean Cars a ee ‘ nena 
. " ie oO y 
PHONE OL iver 6- 7400 3153 Wilewon Bivd nd F Any Make From Cadillacs OTHO WILLIAMS BUICK 
pate A oe PHONE JAckson 6-6474 To Ford | Ave WN AD. 4-2) 
8641 Coles Fig Hic ;, : CABSLLAC—'S3 cou pe 
Dow de Pome ‘iUniper ALEXAMORIA PENNY MOTOR SALES | Anjat iy_squinped 
- : : : r wid (ow! .s ef e227 K mg “{ nr ’ i620 ; NE ; % »200 ¢ + apn Non b "C ad Mac ‘Olds | 
of a > ~~ . PRONE i ietone 5.4400 PHONE ‘Kies >-279'5 Uupur on ac! 
T wn &, Lourtry ry $3 j 9 DOWN Vm the Clarendon and Alesanaria owes ‘cons ore lemiled te S000 Interest cuar ges WILL PAY HiGH BRADLEY SHOPPING CENTER 


. 7 i ‘es seen #4 ¥ ei “) © mae Ce _ : n ar : “" = . b °0e 
TE 4 415 , . FTER ANS , erlrsy en baiamces io J #0 end s » meal Aly on ary Teme FLOOD PONTIAC BOTS. eanay ee‘ Z 1 
sitee DOWN 4 rt? ar L _ Walter ' ine - CADILL AC—'49 4-cdoor se@datr 7 -* - = . 7 
: 422! Connecticut Ave m ts obsoan — 
; -S CONG ssiowar 


- - = —_ . : $47 . of ; : 7 : 4 
"TA ae 5900 WE WANT t muy any make any med —] Conatessional 
~rvy car See ; t if you reali _ _ _—— ” ’ —Syie 86 
Want to se veer car. PARKWAY o1 b- ‘ss ., 
PORI >, 3030 Ms s. ow. PE 204 


COA ; 
ARL INGTON WANT TO iY til “f oge car ‘54 AD om “"y a =_ 
make not important ’ ean ( ~~ , 
IWIN DA ¥ MAE 3$40 iad ereound c £ 
he 


: ; rf ash LOGAN (FORD ; : et ae 4 as ’ : 
"NON-VET = To “FLEETWOOD” = |_ e488, Mapes. 20a and | thee ee FOR 
y. OPEN . _ a . TOP. : .% POR °56 . . 
€500 ~ $] 500 DN REAL ESTATE WANTED 69 : : se-32 CADE LAC =P a enna. sewn a. re , ARLEX “MOTOR: _Inc Convertible . 
NON-G! _~ § + 4 *%, 2% - . Ww oe: EUerE senbhseca ry tees x == Dane TR wiih Pertematic. + een ie DEALER 


- r MoTON| 3° pe "1 ; ay OR WILL FRADE OP on coer (ee FRANCIS & PARSONS & a — Bee 4 * 


os DE ALL ‘ t ont my ©2 
WiLL BU Y PROP ERT Y , rotige I } = ’ = eer a “gtcas Tia & L Oe sw. 
Nebr hin flere BLASS & CLARK go ETE Ee Se See S| tales oe 
et! lemer all MR MILLER. i Cor_N. Capitol and Fig Ave WN ~ Y paseenaer =e : 09 at S-dese setaa, 36 
- & E a ay $5 passenger Beau- (eeVaotr? . . om “i =e 
Ty, cree .-. J > . 


PICK OF rages ® aur CARS 7 mi lenge, private owuer. Te : r aman 
u70es_ 


FARMS, TAN, NEEDED duced te SOCENTHA 
1S dillac-Olds ge te te 
ARLINGTON {ise scue ee wea | Suburban Cadillac Olds | ome ny ent Somme tary! | | 6-314] 
soacon ge sscuim yu on eee || UG A.C EEINANCE = jf !MMEDIATELY | #aeh Re tet ee a he 
enient esident Va 2 yg ty 


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49~"SO-'S1-"G2-'53~"54-' 550 WiLLAC 6)” canvertible ere 4 = -) 3 Whitman 
| We are deaperetely im peed 500 , List green black tap TOR “— anon ~.82 =. 2th &2 Rf ave BE AD 
CORPORATION . tra-clean a : of ipower - ARLEX MOTOR i, .« ' dushic mae al 
y, wo Soper ter these ' Snir mat img cd , . - e ~~ 
GAT. RAINIER we Capitol Cadillac Old Ce | Aransas C9 4636 | z ; fee 
3510 Rhode Islend Avenve* Tel. APplefen 7-2800 | we suarent *e vou more money im pito da ac Ss TO. : — 2 cy oo eo PP a: soll 
rm Loads of 3317 Rhode tslend Avenve**.. .. . Tel. HObert 2.5028 | sleet and not orice ts our) CASITLACE OSS tar ae | epueed Aas regngesg~e 
Priced ai 625 500 : —<S 4 - 4 i Be } taht ° lar u . » Dorado 5 : t or i> . c c D 
. HYATISVULLE come te meus , 4,4, nena omel 55 Fleetwood. All in top ait — . oe | wet, sr ry 

. BRI ~~ ae ae in ches : 0. buys for $9980 5303 SBeltimere Avenue" cash . Terms \o suft you yng ‘Soto * on 

4 acre hd ne ; LA . 


Ses) Si LU. 11-1236 | ee 


ach oo a 0. D : —_—_—_--eoororoeoe 
roy -~ \ . >. ou for $10 SAVER SPRING ae 
Bb0 DN ise Mo bar CARR DISCOUNT 
. . 145 BENNIN F \ 


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97 AUTOMOBILES SALE 97 AUTOMOBILES, Sait 


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97 THE | WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
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Thursday, July 12, 1956 47 
‘AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE 7 


MANDELL errr an er 


ro! con verliove 
end B. ‘pute tramemission w -e 
: se asuther accessories 

4 euarantee Bi a 
2905. a | — $395 


ARCADE PONTIAC 


1437 irving St. NW 


~eo PRS FAD WENT 
Thre anit te bat thre crete 
ners 


fully equippe< $49 
BANK FINANCING 
BETHESDA MOTORS 


De Seto-Piymouth Dealer 


. ; brakes 
adews. New 
ontee, Save Si000 of tease Le foe ;| Capitol Cadillac Olds Co 
$4 195 | ease ‘ow MecNEIL PON. 12772 2 T 
Ace 


(PER MO.) 


ATTENTION 


THO) Wie, Ave. (Beth) 
SERVICEWEWV ot. 272-9200 


“Tie Garace with « 


a4 ce PTF all 
$295. Orig. owner. 


- | *5S0 Pontiac cet ble 


as $395 —- 
Conk fimaneed ies, & er trade. Por ; 
the Dest Geel see Meet) Gee us 
far Me oa ad semen ae. "330 | we 


roche i RH 


‘rerine 
ires ‘ )-tone 


KRiex” ‘MOTORS. _INC 


THERMOS JUG 
AND FAMOUS 
PLEASURE CHEST 
WITH EVERY 
CAR WE SELL! 


ee Pea Lad 
riot one a 4 l-owper car 


Chevy Chase Chev rolet 


12) Wisconsin Ave Ch. 4-141 


ver pranes oe 


CADILLAC 


79 


$25 DOWN 


tomenh Fr 


.,. 7 torres 


_. “—e.. i 
14th and Florida Ave. N.W. HO. 2-7500 


St ee ee ee 
53 Ferd =. 


Custemiline teder sed 


“hak Ay 
No Cash Needed 


Subject to Credit Approval 


es 


CATALINA 


HARDTOP ° 


REPOSSESSED 


Reautitu! black 
& H.. Nedra 


4 terrifiee ber. 


The 
Auto Center 


629m $e ME. “us 


1955 
FORD 


Maintine 4-dr. se- 
dan. &8-cylinder. 
Nice Car. Sold as is. 


— $19 89 


COAST-IN 
PONTIAC 


=— te Gee 2S | 
~— oe 4 


” Del-cor eouee vies? aad 
otm~tic mierter Pewerctide. 
radte ard beater shew reem 


‘SS Fora 3,58 


* Competitive 
Appraisals 

* Financial Terms 
Te Suit You 

* Immediate 
Delivery 

* Service Before 
and After Sale 


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Bet Air epert coupe. couipeed 
—— Pewerstide. redie sand 
Ne. 1088 


'S3 Studebaker $795 


anf hempten ¢-4r sedan in shew 
reem cend.. castpoed with 
4 


overdrive. Ne. IT1t 
LIRERAL ALLOWANCE FORK TOUR PRESENT CAR 
14th) aed Ploride Ave. M.W. Open Evenings. HO. 2-7500 


CEES od 
ow $500 Dqwy 


ON APPROVED CREDIT 
Low Weekly or Monthly Payments 
TERWS TO SUIT YOU 


——— 


fr a | 
CHEVROLET 


LI. 6-3141 


2m bein sas 
Repeasansed 
‘33 
OLDS 


“SS” 2-dr.. beautiful green 
& white, RAH... Hydra; ox- 
cellent comdrhen 


A 
MONTH 

INCLUDES INSURANCE 

AND FINANCE CHARGE 


“era ¥om 


» ont Lee 
ew Tr Beer Vr Be, ee 


» ‘S1 Pont. 


* ar Chieftain —" 
rasipord 
pertect 


"SS! Swick 


4 
MONTH © 


INCLUDES InsuRaNce 


A 
MONTH 
UDES INSUR ANCE 


wel 


Auto Center 


ul 6-4400 


ANDY ADAMS 


3720 Georgia Ave. NW ‘50 Chev. 


. : #6r odes | | 
, — TU. 2-3515 ~—8  — a 
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ME. 8-2674 ae : 


Meletary Personne! and 


29 St mE. 


LISH-KEEFE MOTORS, INC. 


310 Flerida Ave. N.E. 


Reliable Parties 


Ovut-of-Tewners Financed 


Andy Kelly 


123 K ST. MW. 


la Take fhrer This 


‘53 OLDS 


"98" HOLIDAY COUPE 
Pewer steering, 


A nice car. SOLD * aS 


brakes, 


‘48 DODGE 


4 Deer. 


ARCADE 


AND FINANCE CHARGE 


WO CASH NEEDED ‘32 PLYM. 


Me Small Leanne Required 
Subject toe Credit Approval 


93 MERC 


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“Rater Trades aath Arcade” 
"56 PONTIAC 


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‘50 CHEV. 
‘51 FORD 


‘ =e go ere 


FULL 


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$95 DOWN 


The 
AND TAKE UP SMALL 
MONTHLY PAYMENTS Auto Center 


ATTENTION Our Northeast 
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AN gredee leeeced Officers 


USED CARS 


fer fine a etarenteed asod 
fer felr end 


oat 
henest dealings 


‘35 Chev. $1695 


S ert. station wee- 
ped 


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er =e centiaunen. 4 Ne 
as 


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' ene Slee caalieped 
redie 


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'47 Plymouth $] 00 : 
<3 ote $695 
rar oe 03 9OOD | 
tok. +] 870 | 
22,4... $9595 } 
2 an 9895 
a. son rene 9295 | 
BF fers asi 9595 
Ag 
warp con 170° 2095 
santenvas "O95 
*595 


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+695 
$195| 33 tot. $550} 
5445 


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TU. 2-4200 


BILL ROSS 
Georgia Ave. NW. 

‘35 

CHEV. Auto Center 


2-Dr. “6 Cytinder Our Me st 
SOLD AS 6 oo oe AS. 


ea 


*895 


Full Preece 
Cell ter Cred Approval 


ME. 8-2674 


Military Personnel 
and Out of Towners 
Financed 


Andy Kelly 


129 K St. N.W. 


Station Wagon 


Chevrolet 4-4. 2-tene, © 
& b.. equipped. A veal chee 
wegen. 2-dey money beck 
Qusrantece 


-Aa 

1130 CONN. AVE. N.W. 
(Oppeste Vevilower Hotel) 

Viet Gur Two Used Car Lote: 18th Se. Between L and M 


RE 7-7887 Easy GWAC Terms 


Open ‘TH 9 P.M. 


pd — 


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*195) 2 
*125).. 
*175 
*195 
*99 
*195 
*245 
*145 
| cae on °O95 
na oe an ee 
*85 


‘55 MERC. 


Montclair 
Hardtop 


$195 Down 


Contracting Wack cad ebite 


"39 Cadillac 
ad +1078 


‘46 Ford 
4-dr. ‘V-8" #1097 


‘48 Pont. 
2-dr #1i3i 


n Nash 
#1138 


‘49 Chevrolet 
4-dr. Spe. #1199 
bet —— 

etal 


"48 Buick 
Sedenette #1058 


ii 


" 64400 2-tone 


Sold with a 2-day, 


“BS” cyl. 2-deoer Sedan, equipped; 
blue. An excellent car. 
money-back guarantee. 


NA. 88-4455 
Irv Martin 


12th & K St. WLW. 
Osece 9 WH 


‘24 FORD 


RANCH WAGON 
Fordematc«, «. & hb. excel 
lent condities. Sold with « 
2-day money back guarartec. 


NO MONEY DOWN 


Me ‘mall Leer Needed 
Swbyect te Cred Appre~al 


CALL NOW 


TU. 2-4200 


‘56 OLDS 


Fal) Equ oped 
Rede, Mester, £Barrc! Car- 


Cars Ne. $31021A—348348—551630C 


‘2895 


MERCURY 


Custom WHardtep. A _ real 
bargain. Sold os is. 2-day 
money back quaerectee. 


SaaCa 
$635 


PULL PRICE 


Rocket “SS” Molidew Sedere 
—Hydra Matec, 


"675 


Full Price 


"52 Pontiac 
_§ ‘5S! Ford 
100 2-dr 


Cenvert. ©1064 
"50 Dodge 
4-de. Cor, #1127 
‘47 Pontiac 
2-4, #103) Bin 0906 
$145 ee $695 | 
BRING YOUR TITLE 
if your car is not paid fer, 
we will pay off the balance. 
SERVICEMEN FINANCED 


‘49 Ford 
by 
A, 


Se. Cee 
Ooen Mendar threesk Ooen Seterdar HG: @ 
Pridae 1H 3 PM (\eeed Sender 


2241 Nichols Ave. $.E. LU. 3-1051 7 


Mew Cor Showrcem: 1800 Michels Ave. 58 WwW. 4.4406 


1998 


Financing Arranged 
fer all. Military Personnel 


on Approved Credit 


NA. 8-4455 
IRV MARTIN 


12th & K Sts. N.W. 


2 blocks from Grevheund Bus Station 
wm downtown F ashington 


Open 9 ‘Til 9 


Attention 
Military personnel, afl 
grades financed. Officers 
ne down peymest re- 
quired 


Call 


Li. 6-3141 


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Auto Center 


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SFU HT NE 6 66600 


Mh A A A A a A a OO OO a a a 
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_ 48 Thursdey, July 12, 1956 


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Morning... 


With Shirley Povich 


[t was sorely grieving to Amercan League partisans, 
like myself, to-follow the carnage at Griffith Stadium on 
Tuesday when our troops were demolished by the Na- | 
tional League upstarts, whose forebears we used to lick 
for exercise at the annual All-Star picnics 

it was bloody defeat without even a tide of battle to offer 
comfort The National Leaguers 
seized the initiative, splintered the one 
charge of our light-hittung brigade in : 
the sixth inning, and laid us waste o> ats ‘ | 
finally by 7 to 3. —. a | 

The full impact may not vet have 
been felt. This was the sixth Ameri- ; 
can League assault that has come to . 4 . 
grief in the last seven All-Star games, | 
and victory has perched, too, on the ‘4 | 
NL banner in the last two World we 
Series. How long the AL must endure | 
the yoke of National League rule is a s ; 
dismaying question now, because the A | 
end is not even within range of our & | 
telescopir sights. 

There has to be, though, better ap 
preciation these days for the improved skills of the National 
Leaguers who for so many years rolled over and played dead 
for the AL bully boys. Certain it was on Tuesday that the 
better team won, and regretful though the admission be, the 
better league as well 


: 


THIS WAS FAR different than the All-Star game fare that 
Washington fans had in 19987 when the American League, 
then at the zenith of its power, pulverized the NL, 8 to 3. Oh, 
we had it in those years. Hank Greenberg, who the next year 
was going to hit 58 home runs, couldn't even break into the 
lineup. No need for the likes of Hank. because Jimmy Foxx, 
who already had a 58-homer year to his credit, was our first 
baseman 

No doubt on Tuesday, though, which league carried the big 
ger guns and flicked the quickest rapiers in the infield duel- 
ing. It was the National League that had it, with Stan Musial, 
Willie Mays, Ken Boyer, Ted Kluszewski, et al., swinging bats 
laden with doom for the AL, and the nimble Boyer, Temple | 
and McMillan making our AL infield look oafish in compari- 
son ) 

Worse than that. Manager Walt Alston wasn't even tapping 
the full resources of the squad the NL had given him to work 
with, because still on his bench, unneeded in the fray, were 
Billy Banks of the Cubs, a 2l-homer man this year, and Ed 
Mathews of the Braves. of even greater homerun fame, 
Unused, too, by the NL were Brooks Lawrence, the pitcher no 
body has beaten this season: Clem Labine, best of all the re 
lief men in either league, and Robin Roberts, perhaps the 
finest pitcher in the business 


SAD IT IS TO NOTE that the American League. at the 
finish. had virtually run out of talent. Stengel had no depth to 
compare with the NL's, had only Billy Maxwell of the Tigers 
and Gil McDougald as left-over batting threats. It never used 
to be like that in the days when Greenberg couldn't break into 
the lineup. and the talent was so plentiful that Joe DiMaggio 
was shunted to right field to get his bat in the lineup 

The National League had both the muscle and the finesse 
Big Ted Kluszewski, looking like a refugee from the Olympic 
weight-lifting finals, used only part of his muscle to whack 
the most fiery double ever hit into right field Kluszewski hit 
mo homers like his colleagues, Stan Musial and Willie Mays, 
but neither did they scorch the ozone like Kiu did with his 
driv es 

Sure. the American League, too, had a couple of homers, 
by Ted Williams and Mickey Mantie, but neiiner was as ex 
citing as Musial’s and Mays’. Willie was getting his asa pinch- 
hitter and it was a murderous sock far into the permanent 
stands by way of convincing Washington fans that much the) 
had read about Willie was true Musial’s was interesting he 
eause he was reclaiming at five the All-Star game home-run 
title that Williams had tied him for an inning before 

HEAVEN KNOWS HOW many National League fans were 
made in this sector by Tuesday's demonstration. Certainly no- 
where in the AL in recent years have the customers been able 
to feast on such a superlative second base-shortstop combina- 
tion as Johnny Temple and Roy McMillan. They could make 
an AL, citizen unhappy at his lot 

And nobody in the American League plays like Ken Boyer, 
an immense 200-pound breed of third base cat, who is only 25 
and another reminder of how the NL, not the American, is 
coming up with the good young ones 

Oh. it was warming to see Mickey Mantle get his homer, bad 
leg and all, and to remember that when all the claims are as 
sessed he is stil) the best ball player who breathes, and is yet 
only 24 and an American Leaguer. But the off-set was your 
glance around the rest of the AL lineup and see that our other 
best guys, Ted Williams and Mickey Vernon and George Kell, 
are beginning to push toward forty, valiants though they be 

1t was Williams, more than any other AL player, who kept 
the defeat from being absolutely utter. There was even the 
spectre of a shutout, until the old gaffer lashed into Warren 
Spahn's pitch in the sixth Inning, knocking it high and far, 
and getting everybody to agree instantly, that if it ever came 
down it was going to be home run 


oe 


On Waivers From Cardinals 


41-Year-Old Kinder 
Picked Up by White Sox 


> Fllic Kinder. 41-vear-old righthanded 
Sox from 


CHICAGO, July 11 : 
relief piteher, was acquired by the Chicago White 
the St. Louis Cardinals today on inter-league waivers 

Kinder. who compiled a 24 record with the Cardinals, was 
sold to St. Louis last winter by the Boston Red Sox, where he 
had a 1955 mark of 55 ° 

Kinder broke into the majors 
with the old St. Louts Browns the disabled list 
in 1946 and has a lifetime rec’ Zimmer was hit in the head 
ord of 98 victories and 70 losses. by a fast ball thrown by the 
He enjoyed his greatest seasom Cincinnati Reds’ Hal Jeffcoat 
with the Boston Red Sox im Jurie 23. suffering a smashed 
19049. when he posted a 236 cheek bone. He left the hos 
mark. pital Monday. 


A's Sell Lasorda, 
Bring Up 2 Rookies 
KANSAS CITY, July 11 * 
The Kansas City Athletics to- 
day acquired two players and Tommy : 
announced the sale of Pitcher|@md Bill Sweeney stepped in 
‘Tom Lasorda to Denver of the'again as manager of the Port- 
American Assdciation. land Beavers in a surprise 
The A’s recalled Al Pilarcik,' move today by the club to try 
Columbus outfielder and third-'to get into the Pacific Coast 
ranking batter in the Inter-'League pennant race. 
national League, and bought; It will be the third time as 
Pitcher Wally Burnette from Portland manager for the 51- 
Denver. 


Dodgers Put Zimmer 


On Disabled List 
RROOKLYN. July 11 ‘*—The as he announced his 


fielder. Don Zimmer, placed on 


Holmes Quits, Sweeney 


Takes Portland Job 
PORTLAND, Ore., July 11 


managed at Hollywood, Seattle 
‘and Los Angeles as well. 
“Maybe somebody else can 


cal 


Mantle, Berra Will Play as Race Resumes 


Cleveland 
Gets Chance 
To Whittle 
Yanks’ Lead 


By Will Grimsley 

NEW YORK, duly ll 
Casey Stengel’s two illustrious 
cripples, Yogi Berra and Mickey 
Mantie. will be in the lineup! 
tomorrow when the New York 
Yankees open a three-game 
series with the Cleveland In- 
dians at Yankee Stadium. ) 

Berra’s hand injury In Tues-' 
day's All-Star game at Washing-' 
ton turned out to be minor—at/| 
least it wasn't serious enough! 
for him to take the case to a 
doctor. 

Mantle, his right knee in a/ 
brace, reported no ill effects! 
from playing the full nine in-| 
nings at Washington and indi 
cated he's ready to continue 
pursuit of Babe Ruth's home-| 
run record. Johnny Kucks will 
pitch for the Yanks against Bob) 
Lemon 


Yogi's Little Mystery 


Berra’s injured hand added a 
littie post-game mystery to the 
anrival All-Star classic, won by 
the National Leaguers, 7-3. 


The Washington 


Times Bersid 


Post 


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In the sixth inning, Yogi's 
right hand was nicked by a fou! 
tip from the bat of big Ted) 
Kliuszewski of Cincinnati. The! 
two small fingers were badly 
bruised and Berra said it “felt| 
numb. ° 


“I may have ‘em X-rayed,” 


&, 


rs 
- 


he said, indicating the possibil-| 


ity of broken bones | 

The Yankee front office said’ 
it had received no report from 
the iron man catcher and the 
team physician, Dr. 
Gaynor, said, “he 


Sidney | 
hasn't! 


“4° 


checked in with me.” At Yogi's! .* 


Woodcliff Lake, N. J.. home, a 
housekeeper, said, “he came in 
and went out again.” 


Always Catches 


Stengel, asked whether Yogi 
would be in there catching 
against Cleveland, said wryly 
He always catches, doesn't 
he’ 

ihe way Mantle’s right leg 
stood up under a full game was 
another encouraging feature 
for the Yankees, who hope to 
lengthen their .6%-game lead 
against the invasion of the 

Western clubs. The second 
place Chicago White Sox faltew 
the third-place Indians into 
town 

Infielder Billy Martin. side- 
lined in Boston and Washing. 


jton with a bad leg, also will be 


back in the Yankee lineup. 


Dodgers’ Jackson 


Has Cut Thumb 


MILWAUKEE, 1] 
When the Brooklyn Dodgers 
open their I3-game western 


Juiy 


Swing with a twiwighter here 
tomorrow, Infielder Rand 
Jackson will not be in the line 
up. The Brooks’ cleanup man 
gashed his left thumb in a freak 
household accident and the in 
jury. which required three 
stitches, is expected to in- 
activate him for a week or 
more ) 

Jackson was taking a shower 
Monday night and as 
squeezed the porcelain knob to 
turn off the water. it broke in 
his hand, cutting the thumb 
With most everyone occupied 
with the All-Star excitement. 
word of Jackson's mishap didn't 
reach Brooklyn officials until 
today 


Prince Morvi 
Defeats Kaster | 


OCEANPORT, N 
»>—F. C. Rand Jr.'s Prince Mor- 
vi, an import from Australia. 
scored his third straight vic 
tory on the grass today by 
whipping the noted turf per- 
former, Kaster. by a nose in 
the first division of the $20,000 
added Longfellow Handicap at 
Monmouth Park 

Mrs. E. E. Bankhead's Jabne 
was an upset victor in the sec 
ond section of the featur?, com 


J.. July WM) 


jing from behind on the outside 


to beat Aeschylus by a length in 
the mile run. A crowd of 24.415. 
largest weekday gathering of 
the season here, attended the 
races. 


Giants. Braves 
Halted by Rain | 


MILWAUKEE, July 11 @ 
A baseball game between the 
Milwaukee Braves and the New 
York Giants, scheduled as a 
makeup of an earlier rainout 
was rained out tonight. 

The Giants, in town only for 
the makeup game, return to 
regular season work tomorrow 
at St. Louis. The Braves are at 
home tomorrow to the Brook. 
lyn Dodgers in 


| doubleheader. 


eae ‘Wash 
Holmes stepped out Spain’s Miguel Takes (kansas City . 


Lead in French Open 


DEAUVILLE, France, July 


11 “»—Angel Miguel of Spain 
shot into the lead at the 54-hole 
mark of the French Open golf 
championship today with a four 
under par 68 In the morning 


\year-old Sweeney, who formerly round of the final day of play. Wilsen (11-5) 


Miguel was tied with Flory 
Van Donck of Belgium at 137 
after the first 36 holes 


Brooklyn Dodgers applied to- nation after @ conference with total of 209, four strokes back 


day to have their injured in- General Manager Joe Ziegler. 


s | 
: 


of Miguel's 205. 


Machen KOs 
Giant Valdes 
In Eighth 


MIAMI BEACH, Fia., July 11 
»—Eddie Machen, the lithe 
young California heavyweight 
scored his 15th consecutive vic- 


‘tory as a pro fighter tonight earned the 38-year-old Baltimore 


when he knocked out big Nino 
Valdes with a smashing right 
to the stomach in the eighth 
round 

Already the tenth rank 
ing heavyweight, the 24-year-old 
Machen undoubtedly improved 
his position with his decisive 
victory over the giant Cuban, 


* whom he had already beaten in 


a previous meeting in Cali- 
fornia last April 16 

The quick, heavy-hitting 
Machen stunned Vaides with a 
right cross to the jaw soon 
after the start of the eighth 
round, kné@cked him into the 
hopes with a left hook, then 
drove home the finishing blow 
to the midsection 

Vaides lay on his left 
in a cormer through the 

and had 
smelling salts. He out- 
weighed Machen 206% to 192 

It was the second time the 
strong but siow-moving Cuban 
had gone down urder Machen's 
vicious blows. In the fourth. 
the Californian caught Valdes 
with a battering left to the jaw 
and as Nino staggered back 
ward, Machen was on him like 
a cat, landing three lefts and 
three rights to the face 

The last right knocked Valdes 
halfway through the i:opes. As 
he crawled slowly Lack, Machen 
went after him again, but Nino's 
Stamina enabled him to last 
out the round. 

Valdes, who dropped out of 
the heavyweight rankings last 
year after losing to Archie 
Moore, Bob Satterfield and Bob 
Baker, may decide to call it 


side 
10 


» | auits after tonight's battle, in ot 


which he took a 10 count for 
the first time im his career. 


The Minors 


AMFPERICAN ASSOCIATION 
Indienepeolia 7 Leateritie 
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE 
Beflale & (Piret) 
7 (Recond) 


PACTFIC COAST LEAGTE 
Sacramente & San Francisce 
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION 
Atlanta & Nash ville 
Birmingham * (hattancega 
TEXAS LEAGUE 
Fert Werth 4 Shrevepert 
See Antenic 4 Oklahoma City 


, 


IN THE MIDDLE—Walter Remans, Balti- 

more, walks between Clarence Doser, left, 

of Weodmont, and Claude Wild, right, of 

Burning Tree, off the 18th green in the 
. — ~< -—_—— © 


to be revived! 


By Chartes De] Vecchi®, Stal! Photographer 


Marvyiand Open championship yesterday at 
the Woodmont Country Club. Remans won 
the tithe with 144 fer 36 holes. Doser shot 
146 and Wild 154. 


144 fer 36 Heles 
Romans’ Fine Finish 


Wins Maryland Open 


’ 


By Maury Fitzgerald 
Btaft Reporter 


first Maryland State Open championshi 
mont Country Club with 144 for 36 holes 


Tied with four other professionals in fourth place at the Pete, of course, is having his 


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a 


bias 
BASEBALL Tigers Come 


In Tonight 
To Launch 
Second Half 


By Bob Addie 
B'aflf Reporter 

Having barely escaped the 
cellar in the first half‘of the 
season, the Nats reopen their 
campaign tonight when they 
face the improving Detroit 
| Tigers. It will be Ladies Night. 

Manager Chuck Dressen has 
nominated Bob Wiesler while 
‘the word from Detroit was that 
| Billy Hoeft, the Tigers’ ace left- 
hander, would face the Nats. 
‘Clint Courtney hit a pinch- 
| homer to beat Hoeft in Detroit 
'the last time he faced the Nats. 

The Nats went through a two- 
hour workout yesterday morn- 
ing and the empty stands 
‘looked strange after the big 
crowd which packed Griffith 
Stadium for the All-Star game 

Most of the players seemed 
to have enjoyed their breif res- 
pite after the arduous sched- 
ule which saw the Nats play 21 
games in a row. including an 
exhibition with the Phillies 
without a day off 


Yost Takes Pictures 


Many of the players staved in 
town and attended the All-Star 
game. Eddie Yost. of course 
had to be on hand because he 
jis the player-representative 
Like any other fan. Eddie was 
busy taking pictures of the 
game 
| But the holiday spirit is over 
and the Nats face grimmer 
‘Tealities. There's no question 
| that Dressen was keenly disap- 
|pointed over the showing the 
\Nats made in the first half of 
the season. His biggest problem 
had been pitching but Chuck is 
hopeful his hurlers will start 
‘rounding into form 
| Dressen secretly is pleased 
at the steady progress made by 
Wiesier. The big left-hander 
couldn't get anybody out in the 
spring and was horribly wild 
Of late, Bob has steadied down 
and tightened up on those free 
passes 

“If we could only stop walk 
ng men. we'd have a chance.” 
Dressen lamented. “It's not the 
hits that have been beating us 
its the walks. A couple of 
|passes and we're in trouble. If 
imy pitchers get better control. 
we'll have a chance.” 


‘Club Improving 


; 
Despite three straight losses 
jto the Yanks before 


excellent work in the field 


end of the morning round at 74, Romans said at lunch that a best vear with the stick 


three-stroke deficit wasn't too big a handicap to overcome over 


a real tough course 
Woodmont proved a tough test 


The shift of Runnels to first 
base meant Dressen could 


Romans made good his pre- strengthen his offensive power 


diction with a two-under par finishing round of 70 and won the in the outfield. Roy Sievers has 


championship by a stroke 

Jack Isaacs, 1949, 1951 and 
1952 champion from Langley 
Field, Va., finished second with 
145. Host Club Professional 
Clarence Doser, also seeking 


his first Old Line title. and 
John O'Donnell, pro at Balti- 
mores Mt. Pleasant course, a 
winner in 1953 and 1954, fin- 
ished with 146 to be tied for 
third 

O'Donnell led the forenoon 
round with one-inder par 71 
Doser was second at 72 and 
Isaacs third at 73. 

Romans went into the after- 
noon round three strokes off 
the pace and on equal terms 
‘with Charles Easton, Congres 
siona!: John Gustin, Charlottes 
ville, Va.: Freddie Bolton, a 
driving range pro, and Clare! 
Emery, Washington. 

Romans, Baltimore city 
match play champion, made his, 
big bid on the front nine with) 
a three-under par 33. Romans’ 
canned 


Fabius, Hartack Up, 


Favored in Arlington 
CHICAGO, July 1 


Classic. With Bill 


at Arlington Park. 


unbeaten 
year 
thons 


in four races 


of the classic. 


at 120. 
Erb 


10footers at the sec-| 
ond, sixth and ninth holes for; 
the birdies that gave him a/! 
lead he never relinquished. ) 
Romans went four under at 
the 14th and just about had 
the title tucked safely away 
in his back pocket, but slumped 
at the 200-yard 17th. He hit 
ad 2-iron into heavy grass 
dumped his next shot into a 
double bogey five. 
| Knowing that he now needed 
e par on the last hole to beat 
‘Isaacs, who had finished just 
ahead of him, Romans put his 
second shot 15 feet to the right) 


: of the pin. He tapped his ap- 


‘proach putt inches from the 
cup for an easy win. | 
| Jimmy Bellizzi, Washington; 
John Gustin. Farmington, and 
Defending Champion Charles 


See GOLF, Page 5, Col. 5 


| AMERICAN LEAGUE 

| W. L. Pet. G.B. 
New York 52 26 667 
Chicago .. 438 30 589 6% 
Cleveland ..44 31 SBT 6% 
40635 533 10% 
M42 «AGT 17 
33 43 AMM 18 
31 50 383 22% 
28 48 368 23 


| YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 
No games scheduled. 


TODAY'S GAMES 
| Cleveland at New York— 
Lemon (16-6) vs. Kucks (11-4). 
Chicago at Bosten (night)— 
vs. Porterfield 


: 


(2-8). 


Kansas Baltimore 


City at 
| Van (Night)—Ditmar (7-9) vs. Wight —earn (3-9) vs. Pohoisky (5-7). 
perk up the club,” Holmes said Donck slipped to a 72 this) (3-7). 


resig- morning, giving him a 54hole) 


Detroit at Washington — 
jler (3-5). 


Majors Standings 


| NATIONAL LEAGUE 


Cincinnati 

Milwaukee 

Brooklyn .... 

St. Louis .. 

Pittsburgh 

‘Chicago 

Philadelphia . 

New York 

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 
New York at Milwaukee, 
postponed, rain. : | 


TODAY'S GAMES | 
_ Pittsburgh at Chicage (2)—) 
Kline (7-5) and Law (3%) vs. 
Jones (4-7) and Kaiser (2-3). 
| Philadetphia at Cincinna | 
Roberts (8-10) vs. Fowler (5-8). ) 
New York at St. Léuis (night) 


: 


coklyn at Milw (2, 7h & K 


jand Craig (8-3). 


»—~At fensive ball and his 
least eight 3yearolds and as second base has strengthened 
many as 12 may race in Satur- the infield. Dressen hinted he 
day's $100,000 added Arlington would keep this alignment with 
Hartack perhaps late-inning 
aboard, Preakness winner Fa-defensive purposes if the Nats 
bius probably will rule a slight are ahead 

favorite in the one mile feature 


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been playing ieft and Jim 
Lemon right with the center. 
field job shared by Whitey Her- 
tog and Kari Olson 

Tony Roig has played fine de- 
move to 


shifts for 


The Tigers 
injuries, swept 


hampered with 
a three-game 


However, a strong challenge/series from the White Sox be- 
will come from Swoon's Son, fore coming here 


They'll play 


this here again tomorrow night and 
Under allowance condi- Saturday afternoon. Kansas 
Fabius City comes in for a double 
must carry top weight of 123 header Sunday. The A's will be 
pounds, with Swoon's Son next followed by the Cleveland In 
including Jockey Dave dians who open a three-game 


series on Tuesday night 


Shep Downtown Today 12 te 9 ot Tth & K, 14th & G 


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ee ee (9-4) and | ‘SILVER SPRING, MD. * Open 9:30 to 9% Deily 

Buhl (9-4) ws, Newcombe (11-5) ALEXANDRIA, VA. Open 9:30 to 9 Thurs. Fri. 
CLARENDON, VA. Open 9:30 to 9 Mon. Thurs, Frt. 


. ‘ the All 
Walter Romans’ refusal to accept anything less than victory) Star game. the Nats have looked 


Country Club professional his improved. Pete Runnels. a sur- 
p yesterday at Wood- prise switch to first, has done 


Says H. Gabriel | 


|Griffiths 
And Murphy 
|Get Along 


| H. Gabriel Murphy, who holds 
ithe largest biock of minority 
stock in the Washington Base- 
‘ball Club. vesterday insisted 
there was no friction over the 
Nats’ policies and that he and 
the Griffith family were “a 
happy group.” 

Murphy was questioned about 
a recently published story that 
the Nats “are badly in need of 
drastic overhaulding as soon as 
possible.” The local insurance 
executive denied he contem- 
plated any such move or that he 
had been critical of the way the 
club is being run by Calvin 
Griffith, who succeeded his late 
foster-father, Clark Griffith, as 
president 

“There are bound to be some 
differences of opinion in every 
organization,” Gabe pointed out. 
“Sure I wanted to audit the 
books. It's my job as treasurer. 
cellent shape and I have not 
had. and do not have now. any 
criticism of the way the monty 
is being spent 

“There has been some discus 
sion on policies but I admit that 
| know little about baseball. I 
don't think I'm qualified to pass 
on the judgment of men like 
Calvin and Charlie Dressen. I 
never said that I ‘reserved jude- 
ment’ on Dressen. I think he's 
doing a capable job under the 
circumstances 

“Certainly Im disappointed 
over the showing of the Wash- 
ington club. I'm a fan, too, and 
every fan in town would like 
to see the ball club doing bet 
ter in the pennant race. 1 never 
criticized the trades we've 
made. It's too early to tell. 
Maybe we'll do a lot better in 
the second half of the season. 
But Calvin has the advice of 
a lot of experts and I don't set 
myself up as an expert who can 
second-guess their judgment in 
baseball matters. This bal] club 
may surprise yet.” 

There was another item 
which Murphy denied. He was 
quoted as saying that the late 
Clark Griffith's philosophy that 
the Washington club was essen- 
tially a low-cost operation was 
deadiy thinking, not only in 
baseball but in any other busi- 
ness. We must be more daring.” 

Murphy replied: “If I don't 
criticize Calvin. how could I! 
criticize Mr. Griffith? Certainly, 
he Was an astute man as ever 
one in baseball knows. This is 
my position as I've stated it 
and anything else is just not 
true 

As far as his desire to own 
the club himself, Murphy an- 
swered: “I certainly would like 
to own it. Who wouldn't’? Under 
the agreement I had with the 
late Mr. Griffith. and which 
still exists. [| have the first 
right of refusal. But I'm not 
undermining anyone and I'd 
honestly say that we're a happy 
group.” 

Calvin Griffith echoed 
phys words. “I don't know of 
any friction,” he said. “This is 
ail news to me. | don't want to 
make an issue of this and I 
don't think there's anything 
else I could add 

Legal experts say that while 
Murphy has the first right of 
refusal, there is no way in 
which the Griffiths could sell 
except by unanimous agree. 
ment of all of the family stock 
holders 

Simply stated, there's no way 
for Murphy to buy the stock un 
less all the Griffiths want to 
sell. That. in itself, should in. 
sure contro! of the Nats by the 
Griffiths for as long as they 
want it—Beb Addie 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD Thursday, July 12, 1956 : D..2a: Lillian Lee, 15, | Manassas Stages 
on - | British Open “ ylo, | 


° _pot & - ' 1th Extra Hole atty ftp feature. vil Mahligh 
Virginia-Owned Horse Threat to Nashua Kapped by "jth Bstra Hole are 


way here Satur- 
of Court House Country Club Dominion Speedway : 

anadian ‘on The Washi Post and | "ye" th. 

By Walter Haight | wear-olds and up. Despite the | macia—a tough assignment | is a common occurrence with | WALLER TURNED him | wou e Washington Post an Three 10Jap heats, conso 


Walter Times ‘lass cup at semifinal and six 
Stal Reporte fact he'd never started in | made tougher because Nashua § 2yearolds, something akin | OU! on the farm and let him Sebo ets . « PB me ay are also on the 
1S ASKING A HEAP of | this country and had no pub- | was in the line-up to a child’s chickenpox or wander on his own to get ac- BOISCHATEL, Quebec, July|Court House in a playoff yes-|!ap match races 
P of | ) 
rT \SAING ished workouts. the word got Rut don't think for a min- eater climated. Last fall he Pov 11 U—Golfer Stan Leonard — : 1. ns | program. uy bas 
a horse but Le Beau Prince - ad ite that Le Beau Prince ips. him a little and took him to Miss Lee won the match on PS 
around he was a “goody” an ute that Le , oA sev 
with 100 years of French | the wise money showed for | didn’t have his backers. The However, the shin condition | winter quarters at Camden, |o¢ay compared the famediine fourth extra hole after TOP VALUES 
|; ; : : : | , is ii : - >a we ° - f , : _ 
neds , edieree man betting opened with Nashua sometimes occurs in older | §S. ( British Open with a Vancouver being tied with Mrs. Elizabeth c BUYS! 
reeding in nis p gree, Lary) 7 agree 7 . %e : 
daletereha Bastille Mew om fat ‘. horee ran a sensational | at even money, but the sec- | horses who have been lightly Le Beau Prince got into \caddies tournament and gave Hanna, also of Court House, porenees TOP VALU 
urda: “ whippi zy Nashua made a move like | ond flash showed The Prince raced. Le Beau Prince had | serious training for the first (4), latter the nod for thrills with net 775. Miss Hanna SILVER SPRING 
. “the $100.0 : ‘round the turn to | quoted at 3-toS. However, his also ran in two Belgium races | time in mid-winter and the posted an 88-1474 and Miss PORTS SHOP 
ang winning ihe 00 OOO : \ ind arrow ee tits : . ' : et onied ‘ 2 " " . and organization. Lee an RO.15— 74 OV th - " 5 
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Ae te teed ton ae eee race last year sensational trials The Lachute, Quebec, profes- ulation 18-hole medal play ° meds JU. 5.0900 
: 3 _ se ° . " ™ v 
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. tak , , mo! » ther som r e par- 
crack at an American stakes Reau Prince nore tnan a day at owie there was some nlay ‘ aldin cut short = 
sroceeded to scare the wits year ago while visiting i thing special to Le Beau °*™ er Al Balding cu * fourth hole, while Mrs. Hanna ; 
; ~ t of Nashua supporters France. At the tim ” Be Prince European trip to return took a bogey 6 Mrs. Hanna pose auneeR — BOA 
tod an S88 dail = ie in the cuarte purchased the more heralded Waller has a horse in his Leonard arrived back Satur- won the gross prize with 88 ra Yand. 2145 F EWE 
sleted by the war ’ lillie Roland shot Le Akbar Khan, a Tehran colt charge who has whipped day and Balding the next day. Other prize winners f 
ree. aamed Sudden Reau Prince within a head ot who was beaten a nose by Nashua this year—Mrs. E. E The pair finished well down r ae wa ad F Wikhous henwoe 
ho also was winning Nashua and it appeared he'd Chevation in Pimlico’s Dixie Robbins’ Midafternoon. Le iin the British Open and termi- 
a a care: ga on from there But the ef Handi ap | last spring Reau Prince could make it nated committements to play 
iat : . ei - 7s ; s , : _ : ; : - or . " . Vi eed — 
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Column 


AFTER THE Ball Was Over: 


The last of the baseball caravan pulled stakes yester- 
day and the general consensus was that a new phrase 
could be added to the immortal words of Bugs Baer: 
“Washington—First in peace, first in war and last in the 
American League”... From Commissioner Ford Frick 
on down, everyone thought the phrase; “and first in hos- 
pitality” could be added. 


The baseball people were impressed with the wa* 
was policed by the Nationa! 
Agency, now a permanent 
Griffith Stadium’'s 
Capt. T. M. Tibbs. Lt. J. J. Daugherty 
and Sgt. Av L used tact 
and persuasion instead of strong-arm 
methods to handle the big crowd 


the park 

Detective 
part of 

police force 


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( ummings 


The Statler Hotel also did 
proud with its arrangements for the 
baseball people who made the hotel 
their headquarters ... Warren Giles, 
president of the Nationa! League, per- 
sonally thanked Manager Herd 
Blunck and Wally Fauquier, sales 

Addie manager, for treating his National 
Leaguers so well... “Usually,” Giles 

grinned, “whenever we go into an American League town 

for the All-Star game, we take what's left over. But we were 
treated like the home team here.” 


itself 


Willie Burgin, chief of Griffith Stadium'« press commissary, 
had been looking forward to this came for months Poor 
Willie had to go to the hospital on the day of the game and 
missed the big event. 

The Griffith Stadium concessions did tremendous as 

. The most popular item was the souvenir program carrying 
& cover drawing of the late Clark Griffith . The programs 
were sold out and 300 people left their names for additional 
programs which will be reprinted 


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AFTER THE battle was over, the writers singled out three 
men for glory—the Cardinals’ Ken Boyer and the Redlegs’ 
double play combination of Johnny Temple and Roy McMil- 
lan ... Everybody agreed that Temple and McMillan, as well 
as Boyer, meant the big difference ... . All three choked off 
possible hits with great plays 


the 5 


Buck Cane! 
to our Latin-American 


told of a fellow he encoun- 


There were the usual anecdotes 
Yorker who broadcasts in Spanish 
neighbors, who also love basebal! 
tered in Cuba last winter... This fellow was an outfielder 
and, according to Buck. not very bright His team lost both 
available catchers through injuries one day and the outfielder 
was called in to catch... He donned the gear and asked the 
umpire: “What's the count? The ump replied: “3 and 2” 
«++ The catcher thought for a second and asked: “3 what?’ 


‘ew 


Ted Williams made a kidding remark after the game when 
somebody commented that the National League seems to have 
a monopoly on these All-Star things ... “I guess,” Ted said, 
“that from now on if people ask me, I'm going to say lm a Na- 
tional Leaguer. That will save me a lot of alibis.” 


Williams again had a thought for the fan who pays his 
money to see a game... He was at the batting cage and some 
people in the lower stands were imploring the reporters, who 
were jamming the field, to get out of the way so they could see 
the stars take batting practice... Wi 
fans This is a big thing for them. You guys see 
us hit all year. You should give them a chance and not ob 
struct their view 


lliams agreed with the 


poining out 


Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize is the picture in yester- 
day's New York Times (really?) which showed Ken Boyer 
playing third base left-handed ... The picture, as we say in 
the trade. was reversed, making a left-hander out of a right- 
hander . couldn't happen on the Times, or did 
it’ 


. Of course, it 


The last man to leave the American League clubhouse was 

Farly Wynn who has in-laws in College Park... Wynn and his 
Cleveland teammate, Herb Score, turned in shutout innings 
... “You never know,” Early mused. “I felt I didn’t have a 
thing and yet the ball was doing tricks for me when I came 
in.” ; 
Joe Page visited with Bobo Newsom and later went on 
Robo's TV show on Channel! 4. Asked which player im- 
pressed him most, Page answered: “Detroit's Harvey Kuenn. 
He's a great hitter.” 


American 
Star gents 


Freddie Baxter, the clubhouse boy for the 


League, had a fine day . But a couple of All 
“forgot” to pay for their bottles of pop. 


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ment. Play in the tournament 
will start today at 5 p. m. with 
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Sunday 

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seeded first 

Second seed went to Lieut 
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LOS ANGELES, July 11 (*%—Presidents of Pacific Coast Con- 
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meet for another review of widespread athletic scandals and a 
possible revision of the conference purity code, 

Chancellor Raymond B. Allen of UCLA termed the present 
code “archaic ... and unworkable,” and urged alumni of al! 
PCC schools to write their presidents and demand a revision 


of the rules book 

Officials at the University of Oregon and Oregon State Col- 
lege said they aren't worried about reports that their institu 
tions will be drawn into the net of trouble which has already 
enmeshed UCLA, Southern California, Washington and, to a 
lesser extent, California 

All PCC schools are. preparing self-evaluation reports. 
was requested by the presi-, 


This 


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Rocéa Wrestles 
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Antonino Rocca tangles with) 
Karl Von Hess at the Capitol | 
Arena tonight in one of the 
biggest wrestling battles of the! 
local season, 

Rocca, the most popular grap. 
pler in this country, and his 
riot-provoking opponent, are be- 
ing brought together in a two-) 
outof-three falls, @minute 
time limit contest. 

The big show also marks the 
first local showing of Skull 
Murphy, 240-pound colorful) 
newcomer from Ireland, who is 
completely hairless. Murphy) 
has been matched with popular | 
Red Lyons in another two-out- 
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dents at their June 18 meeting 
The reports go to PCC Commis- 
sioner Victor O. Schmidt 

Consideration of these re. 
ports presumably won't be un 
dertaken until next fall. 

The call for a special meet- 
ing of the presidents super 
sodles the self-evaluation sur- 
vevys. 

4 WL. Strand, president of 
Oregon State, said their report 
will be submitted shortly and 
“there is nothing in it that 
substantiates the claim that any 
serious violations have 0oc- 
curred.” 

“Tl would be surprised and 
disappointed if .any present 
member of our athletic staff 
were guilty of any major vio- 
said Leo Harris, ath- 
letic director at Oregon 

\ Los Angeles newspaper 
headlined today that “gross 
violations” would be divulged 
within a few days involving 
the two Oregon schools. The 
source of its report was not dis- 
closed 

The same newspaper, the 
Fvening Herald Express, said 
its public mail poll now shows 
a total of 274 advocating 
that USC and UCLA withdraw 
from the conference. Oppos- 
ing were 24 

Allen's address in the main 
concerned ULCA's expansion 
program and its relation to 
community welfare in West 
Los Angeles 

Turning to the athletic side 
n which ULCA, USC and 
Washington have suffered 
heavy penalties for illegal ath- 
letic subsidization, Allen de 
clared 

“My great concern about the 
purge is that it be complete and 
that every institution unearth 
all of the unsavory and irreg- 
ular patterns of subsidization 
which are carried out by its 
supporters 

“No  insititution. 
UCLA, condones 
uces 

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the sense of fairness.” 


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5? Thursday, 


—_— 


eeeen 


July 12, 1954 


Areund The Tracks 


Horses and People 


WHILE NEEDLES’ 


By Walter Haight 


HANDLERS have decreed Saturday's 


Monmouth Handicap is not the spot for the Florida-bred to 


debut against 
lazy colt is doing okay financ 

(Comparing the juvenile a 
3-vear-old records of 
Needles, statistics show that 
$56,085 shy of Nashua 
record monev-winning pace 

It is interesting how 
of Nashua and Needles 
aiong in almost identical gre 

For instance. during his 
campaign. Nashua won six 
Staris for $192 RAS During 


make his 


is just 


Nashua 


Nashua and other older horses, the 


ially. 

nd early + 
and 
Needles 
s world- 


the winnings 
have moved 


woves 
juvenile 
of eight 


his 2-vear- 


old season. Needles also won six races. 


but made 10 for ear 
$129.AN5 
Fach 


year-old colt of the 


taris« 


be name 
veal 


went on tH 


- 


NEEDLES. thus far as a 3 


nings of 


d the 2. 


vear-old, Raight 


; 


Maryland - 
Colt Takes 


‘Waterford 


By Paddock 
Staff Reporter 
CHARLES TOWN, W 
July 11—Outclassing his 
rivals, Robert J 
balu, 
ly accounted fo? the Waterford 
Park purse, today’s feature at- 
traction before 5161 
Jockey Donald Teague had 
the assignment on the Cockeys 
ville, Md..owned thoroughbred. 


five 


Va.. 


Vernic's Al- 
the odds-on favorite. easi- 


‘Teague Rides Albalu to Victory at Charles —_— 


Racing Selections at Charles Town 


Bhipisiat i 


, 


Si a 


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PADDOCK 


Mighty John 
Bilimont 
limont Bel! le 
ad Oe 


mber 
ayward 


Shio To Shore 
Marbella 
Bauires Ledy 


Chaconne 
Toilich 
lfagenia 


Past Spin 
Porever Noble 
Polyquest 

On einami!iion 
Counterparty 
Black Whio 
RAJIPU T 
Putney 
Scotch Cravat 


Maizinia 


Daddy Dering 4 
Bandu irria 
Out 


RAILBIRD 


Belle Pragece | 
Belmon 
Ayrons 7 


Jersey Im re) 
lun Bra ~ 


riine 
vires Lady 
ack Jewe! 
Janet Lynn 


Lfagenia 

Toilich 

Qunspinner 
orevre Noble 

Polyquest 
OXY BOY 
lack Whip 

Counterparty 

pq hand 

Raip 

Beotch Cravat 


Hf , 7 
founder 
Maizinia 


put ch a Kine 
Tyo r 


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lm ber “Topper 
<= LT 


OLD BONES 


Chicie | Sad. or 
eimont le 
Aytons Sty 


Sun Brandy 
Sun Bike 
Jersey impulse 
I'll Beatem 
Bousres Lady 
tariine 
Jane Lona 
ollich 
Ifagenia 
Thorney 
Forever Noble 
Boliyauest 
Steel Town 
Counterparty 
Black Ta) 
Scotch Cravrat 
Rajput 
Nordic 


RELLFOUNDER 
wick 


a.tinis 


BENNINGS 


Ayrons 6x9 


rr John 
ons 8 


Belmon' Belle 


Battiefite 
geresy Impulse 


K-O 
Marbel! 
Sauires Leary 
TFAGENIA 
Janet Lynn 
Song Riva! 
Thorny 
puneptaner 
olraquest 

Lively Jeep 
Paimer Method 
Counterparty 
Nordic 

ney 
Scotch Cravet 


Mairinia 
Re. Hounder 
No Lae 


Revenooer 
Three Boys 
Let Out 


im ber | Topper 


Donna R 
Another Kiss 
Bun Bike 


Marbella 
vire Lady 
ip To Shore 


TOILICH 
Bone Riva! 
Janet Lynn 
Polyquest 
Lonchelle 
Sunspinner 
American Cross 
Sounterparty 
einamiliion 
—— Cravat 
aipu' 
Putney 
Bet ifor under 
n 
& ove . Dream 
pend: urria 


So ance 


Ar 


asty Word 


CONSENSUS 


u 
Mighty John 


un Bike 
mber Topper 
ease 


Tothch 
ardy 
anet Lenn 


Bell Testes 
thorny SS 


ONEIN AMILLION 
ounterparty 
tee) Town 


Rajpo 
goth Cravat 


Prankantine 
No Ls 
Belifounder 


pendurria 
itch Kine 
Pomalee 


Jersey I ise 
r 
a Brandy 
SBouires Lady 
rbell 


Janet Lynn 
Tollich 
Itagenia 


Polyvaquest 
unspinner 
orever Noble 


ounterpartys 
Lee] Town 
lac whip 


coteh Crevat 
ajpu 
Noraie 


Rellfounder 
No Lien 
Awick 


Let Out 


Mighty gona 
yrons Sky 
mont lle 
a 
ship To Shore 


RANDURRIA 
evenooer 


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4 Serve Kid +42 
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Cr cial 33 
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Helvetia ; 
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has 
for seasonal! 
Kentuck. 
Preakness 
While 


and 


the Ti 
fort—his 
the Preakness 

Nashua went 
$747.675 last 
record 


ple Cro 


loss 


Needles < 
this figure 


The Florida 


PrintersBlank 
Silver Hill = 


The Union Pr 
first-hal! 
14), yesterday 
in a 
Times Herald 
League game 


‘ hy am n 


Ben Duvall and Bob Gid 


divided 
vall 
aeteat 
for Silver 
scored 
virtors 
TNION PRINTERS 

RHOA 


tine pit 


was the 
Hill 


ineir 


Deen out six 
earnings of $441 BS50— 
Derby To these he added the Wood, 
Nashua 
Derby. Needles 


wn byw one ef 


season 
carnings 
ougndred in «a 
$305 B25 si of 


red 


ion Silver 
on the r lhinse 


Washingt 


scoring tne 


fourth 


nil 


four 
the Flamingo 


limes, winning 
and Belmont 
Dwver 
met defen bh 


Su aps in 
missed 


align 


to Fabius in 
rested colt in 
have to step 
make 
mark 
Uniess he 
horses later 
enough hund 
around to put 
top 
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tre 


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of any thor- 
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EMMITSBUR( 
i?— Jim Deegan 
month of We 
State Teachers 
named coach of 
country and ti 


Mt. St. Mary 


Paddock, Bennines - emreeess | 
Each Pick Five : 

Paddock. The Washington 
Post and Times Herald handi- 


capper and Bill Bennings had Ry 
a field day at Charies Town 


yesterday. Each 
winners on 
program. 

Paddock's 
Navy Brat. $3 
$17.60 for a 
double: 
$3.40: Vapid, $5 
loc, $6.60 


Rennings started with Navy tine. had 
Catydier, 
$44.70: 

$3.89, and Sunolec $5.69. 


Brat, 
New 


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Albalu 


Totals Howeve 


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Bow! inning 
ter, Pa Handicap 
No 
three horse in 


raduate 


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hé 


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ted as | 
and No. 2 and 
the 
post 


horses 


positions 


entine. of the ( 
did have No. |} 
Row! was NO 
®t numoers 
were no 7 
Bow! No. 3 
$27.69 daily Thus 
(Rest Ret). on Flower Bow 
60, and Suno- In fact. every 
race, except 


selected five 
nine race 


$1.60; 
Albalu, 


position and 
Now eve 
confused 


the Kent ic ky 


he continues to be the 


on it if he is to 


there just aren't 
red granders 


IN THE SAME MATT, 
requests 
of differences in 


nners 


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goes JRA en, 
harles 


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cont 
tote numbers 
rybody 


and he crossed the finish line 
three and one-half lengths 
ahead of Olympic View. It — 
the son of Alquest and 
Empress’ second triumph oo 
ing the present session 

Held under restraint in the 
early running, with R. McClan- 
ahans Whatatoy setting 
early pace, Albalu took over 
rounding the far bend and won 
with plenty in reserve. The 
payofl was $3.80 to win, $3 to 
place and $2.40 to show. 


Potpourri Third 


The battle for the place 
award was tight. with Joseph 
Levy s Olympic View earning a 
nose decision over the Red Bar 
Farm's Potpourri. Albalu was 
clocked in 1:151/5 for the 
Charlies Town course 

J. T. Gibson's Chestnut King. 
ridden by Jockey Sam Palum- 
bo, was the winner of the Misty 
Morn Purse. secondary feature 
conm- |A fecent arrival from Dela 
ware Park. the chestnut colt 
scored by half a length in 


Forida Derby. 


most 
history, will 
single-season 


meets older 


him over the 


what we shall 


ire 
for ex 


position num- 
To the track 
probably will 
but to the oc 
they re 


Lady 

Town win stole 
as No. 7 post at the top of the 
ites that a homestretch when Mrs. W. B 
ticket | Dietrich’s Royal Bim bore to 
while he re. the extreme outside. and Just 
7 ticket and lasted 


if it is cash 
a typo- Pays $10 
Chestnut 
for $2 


,now ng 
through on 


Was 
King returned $10 
Royal Bim was one and 
position num |, half lengths in front. of F 
HUMOers are | adamucci’s Silverdan, the 4 to 
‘me 5 shot favorite ridden by 
Jockey Raymond Arduini 

rhe stewards handed Jockey 
Walter Herman a five-day sus. 
pension. The veteran reinsman 
was found guilty of “careless 
riding’ astride “Polly's Secret 
in the first race on Tuesday. 


remem- 


she origi 
No. 8 horse 
France tne 
was a iate 


all horses 
positions, 
the inside 

om 
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DELIS CHEER. $4.40 


Double 


(6) Navy Brat 
(3) At Request 


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Publications. 


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Smoke Sereen (Hareack) 7.80 
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furion 
Berk Tesa ‘ 
Oer Helidar 
Tregice Kime 
Outhelder 
Running Wolf 
4% | miles 
Game O'Mearts 


Goforw ard 
Better Goods 


Lacy of Swords 

$2250 

(Baird) 

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furiongs: $3700: 1:07T% 

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: 3.10 7.38 

4.70 


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6&—4 furlongs. 84500 
Yarn (Roeland, 
Pires Glemee (Geertn) 
Pesla’s Tea (Cheauetic) 

Hasty Drive rtiracs 
Model Ace 


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DUBLIN, Ireland, July 11 
Gordon Forbes of South Africa 
defeated Gil Shea of Los 
Angeles, 6—3, 3—4, 8&—64. in 
the quarter-finals of the men’s 
singles in the Trish lawn tennis 
championships today. he 


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land Parm-Raritan Stable entry, 
2-year-old maidens 


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Riabie -Sleemanna 
silowance claimed 


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JAMAICA ENTRIES 


83000: 3-year-clds up 
20 Bo 


claiming 
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W&L Wins. 9-5 

MANCHESTER, Engtar d. 
July 11 W—The touring Uni 
versity of Washington and Lee 
lacrosse team defeated a North 
of England twelve by a 9-5 
score today. 


Parm - Tagle entry 


BAAR IC 


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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES ae 


Thursday, July 12, 1956 


Saturday, Sunday 
rims, xt ome DIG Crosby / mon 
12th annual iceenialt’ a Pony 

‘Show will be held at the nate 

Fairgrounds here Saturday and Bi cd d { r r 

‘Sunday. 1adaers tO I Ss 

| Fifty three events are on 4 

ro with children u oq 
ie a, competing for adie | DETROIT, July 11 #—Singer-actor Bing C vay, who is part- 
|money and trophies worth more | OWner of the Pittsburgh Pirates, has joined wih 10 other men 
‘than $1500. A complete maiden |im a syndicate that report®dly has the inside trek on the multi- 
‘and novice pony division and a/ Million dollar bidding for the Detroit Tigers 
‘novice championship will be}. The famed “croaner” was en route to his Eko, Nev., ranch) 
featured. and was not available for comment. His bother Larry, a) 
business associate, called a report of Bing’sparticipation in 
the syndicate “ridiculous.” 

But two Michigan radio executives who hei the syndicate | 
insist Crosby is a member of the il -man geup that bid $5) 
million for the Tigers and*~ 
Briggs Stadium, one of base-| 
ball’s most beautiful parks. 

Until today, only two men 
had been identified in the syn- Eriries 
dicate. They are Fred Knorr,! 
president of the Knorr Broad-| Tenth Night ¢ 24-Night Meet 
casting Co. which operates four op tmeE RACE 
Michigan radio stations, and | PP Horse and by 
John E. Fetzer, president of | Madse Brewer | 
Fetzer Broadcasting Co., op hat 
erator of several Michigan and 
Nebraska radio and television 
stations 

Both Knorr and Fetzer said); c5..%)"3%). «a... 
today ‘Crosby is in.” | Barbara Rosecgt) «B: 

Some question was raised) «seconp nacee.« 
that Crosby would have to dis- | Purse. -600 
ipose of his stock in the Pitts- 
| burgh club if the syndicate’s 
| bid is accepted by trustees of 
ithe estate of the late Tiger 
owner, Walter ©. Briggs Sr Also elle Pride Pummiford 
| Bat Knorr said that possibil- 7 
ity had been explored “before! ~ . 

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iby at no time has contemplated 
iselling his stock in the Pitts 
| burgh club. He will become one 
iof the owners of the Detroit 
|'Tigers if we are successful in 
‘our bid = . 
FOURTH RACES 
Pu : & 0 4 ied 
Ocean Downs 


Results 
| 
| mile pace $00 
Bennie Truex (Walters) 
Sie Brown ( Sunith ) 
Pater Verk ‘Davwvis) 
Northa ‘yuna Tar 
press ’ " Abd 
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4 of 3:03 : 
Liten Hanover Tremas) 500 
isn Martha BD. iPle 
Dean Watts (Sheatler) 


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Nigel Bruce 
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Wetreveh Fiash (Jones) 11.46 5.00 240) EIGHTH RBACE—te 
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‘Dale Royal (Stokley) 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD DICK TRACY 


6 Thursday, July 12, 1956 Horoscope 
ADDING MACHINES nthe sectign, t hleh roe 
birthday comes. and ape what your out- 
look @ stars. 


(DESK MODELS) ls. according to 


Thersday. poty 12 
MARCH 21 TO APR 20 ‘(Aries)— 
This day's aspects sugpest that rou work 
. up ‘ od ace. You Will accomplish 


time if you do not 


and other transactions. Think! 
% TERMS ARRANGED + Yr ens mm APRIL 21 TO MAY 21 (Taurus) 
ACCEPTE > the 
make tion your own good 
* REBUILT AND ve RENTALS-REPAIRS Argument gains pothing: intelligent de 
GUARANTEED ON ALL MODELS MAY 22 TO JUNE 21 (Gemini)—If you 


are neither reckless nor immoderate, 
rou should have a happy. productive 


; = = f 208 : : ave i" . > ’ —4 
. 4 (* - . ; : : r A ' =f a . 
SALES o REewTacs e ReParaes. iday accomp ish much for family, | SS . . 
friends, neighbors, too ;, ’ ~~ 
le ZUNE 22. TO JULY 23 (Cencer)—=| fo ee : 
fork, recreation, study, m — ——— SnnnE EERE . 
ual iabor and craftsmanship, ' REX MORGAN y Dal Curtis 
< - = 4 . . “ é . — 


industrial er professional. all h 
serous aspects bow A good day! 


JULY 24 TO AUG. 23 (Lee)—Do what 
2019 14th St. N.W. HU. 3-121 ff rot must, cna fn a faim nnd courted AEE 
manner 0 Wii, achieve more 2h FOU =a - 
realise uy 8 keep Diugsing. EBnioy some WELL, I GUESS , 
=—— === _ . . |diverting relaxation. Good aspects! THATS TT. LILAS 
GO. 24 TO SEPT. 23 (Virgo)—Don't GOOOBYE ae 


' U 
ms x © rry i 
but keep working. 
WNGW the Oo N LY matters a8 you go. Laugh, enjoy recre- 
eee stion with loved ones 
‘ 4 > m4 Ru ors RH 
Aluminum Awning that opens§ | : 
| a es patience, goog humor 
and closes at your touch §f) 27, 2,29 wr»seomearn 


now 
| tendencies—for the purpose of making 
|even small improvement 


21 (Sagittarius) — 


mk ar es 


periment. science, Music 
| tivities ere favored now 
|} opportunities 

DEC. 23 TO JAN. 20 (Capricorn)— 
Generous sepects for both 
;business activities. Needed 
sult conditions also sponsored 
with current happenings. Cooperate with 
right forces 

JAN. 21 TO FER. 19 (Aquertus)—Un- 
expected occurrences in us of 
ection may tend to confuse. cause false 
deductions a «eu . mvestiigate 
Success is seldom gained cevernight so 
| keep trying 


Olve today that special 


| YOU BORN TODAY are highly tm 
| Rative, impr lonadie. delle | 


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‘goes so rapidly that a physi-| 


The tissues surrounding the hip 


'Uniess corrected, the affected 


isoniazid, and PAS work much 


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How to © ms 
Keep Well | OR N ANNIE 


By Dr. Theodore R. Van Dellen' 
| To the limit of space, ques-| 
tions pertaining to the preven-| 
| tton of disease will he answered 
\Personal replies will be made} 
|when return stamped .envelope| 
jts wnclosed, Telephone Gnquirtes| 
inot accepted. Dr.. Van Dellen| 
twill not make diagnoses or pre-| 
scribe for individual diseases. 


| HIP PAIN IN CHILDREN | 

SEVERAL YEARS ago I re- 
ceived a call from the mother! 
of a 7-yvear-old boy. The young: | 
ister was limping and com-| 


| plained of pain in the right 


rad 


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_ HE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Thursday, July 12, 1956 


ay és 


By Harold Gray 


hip. The mother had tried to) 
\get the family physician to com-| BLONDIE 
mit himself over the phone but) 


By Chic Young 


ibeen X-rayed 
I supported the family doctor ; 
‘on this becuse too much is at ) 
istake to rely upon a telephone | 
re 


ihe refused until the lad had) 
| =. I WANT YOU T 


Fims LETT 
| diagnosis. Furthermore, X-ray 
lis indispensable in differentiat 
\ing hip disorders. | 
,Three hip conditions are 
prone to develop in children 
up to 10 years of age. One is. 
|a transient condition that re 
quires little or no treatment 
ibecause it disappears spontan- 
eously within a few weeks. This 


disorder (transient synovitis) | 
comes to mothers attention | 


‘when Junior begins to limp or| z3 


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TER | FOR ME 


thigh, or knee 


-~( (UL PUT THE LET 
IN YOUR HATBAND 


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" NOW WHO WOULD PUT 
THEIR HAT IN THE 


| Kray is negative, which 


complain of pain in the hip, 
LI’L ABNER 
iserves to differentiate it from) in 


tuberculosis of the hip and| 
Legg-Perthes disease. The cause 
of transient synovitis is not 
known but injury is suspected. | 
This possibility is difficult to! 
determine because most young 
sters bump themselves, stumble, | 
and fall several times a day. At 
any rate, little need be done 
although healing occurs more 
rapidly when the child remains 
in bed and does not bear weight 
ion the affected joint 

This benign hip disturbance | 
is more common than is gen 
erally recognized. It comes and| 
cian is not always consulted.| 
joint probably are red, swollen, 
and inflamed, abnormalities 
that do not show up under 4A-| 
ray. If the boy whose mother! 


called on the phone had this 
condition he will improve 
spontaneously as do others with 
transient synovitis 

But the same cannot be said 
of Legge-Perthes disease. In 
this disorder part of the end) 
of the hip bone sloughs away 
and leaves an irregularity on 
the joint surface. A-ray will 
demonstrate the abnormality 


as good as new. 


gun remedies for anemia. 

VINEGAR TO REDUCE 

Mrs. W. writes 
vinegar help a woman to re 
duce? 

REPLY 

This is doing it the hard way 
Weight is lost when an in 
dividual eats less. Drinking 
vinegar will help if it decreases 
appetite or is used instead of 
food (which we de not advise) 
TOP LAYER 
writes: Is epithelium 
some form of cancer? 

REPLY 

Epithelium is the layer of cells 
covering the skin and various 
body openings and cavaties. 
This is normal tissue. A cancer- 
ous growth of these cells is 
called epithelioma. 
' (Copyright. 1956. Chicage Tribune 


leg is shortened and a deform. 
ity of the hip develops 

The same can be said about 
tuberculosis of the hip joint 
This is more serious and re 
quires more active treatment 
In the past, the involved joint * Jj 
was put to rest by applying a 
large plaster cast. Immobiliza 
tion was continued for many 
months until no signs of disease 
remained and the joint became 
stiff. The new antituberculous 
drugs. such as streptomycin, 


faster and often leave the joint 


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Portraits 
By James J. Metcalfe 
How White Is Black? 


Some people like to talk 
about ... The deeds that 
they have done... And 
dwell upon the honors 
and... The medals they 
have won... And there 
is nothing wrong in that 

. If they can back it 
up. And prove the 
great accomplishments 

. That overrun their 
cup .. . But some are 
less particular... About 
the things they state... 
And it would be polite to 
say... That they exagger- 
ate ... And, sad to say, 
so often they ... Even- 
luaily believe . . The 
‘specious fabrications that 

. Their conversations 
weave .. So much, in 
fact, that they feel hurt 
. « « If anyone should 
doubt ... Their smallest 
claim to glory in... The 
Stories they put out 


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The DISTRICT LINE By Bill Gold 


The Man In The 10th 


Floor Window 

YOU read about Donald 
Seaman in the late editions 
of yesterday morning's paper 
Early Wednesday, he was 
perched in a 

10th floor 

window at 

1346 Connec 

ticut ave. nw. 

When. two po- 

licemen ap- 

proached 

him. he be 

gan to slide 

out the open 


Bill Gold 


you come any 
jump. 

In the street below, a crowd 
began to gather. The police- 
men withdrew to call for 
help and a minister 

What happened in the 
next hour was recorded in 
one line on the police biot- 
ter, and in a few drama- 
packed paragraphs of news- 
paper type. Donald was 
pulled back into the build 
ing and sent to the hospital. 

There was a little more to 
it than that 

When I stepped off the e! 
evator into the 10th floor 
corridor, Deputy Police Chief 
William J. Cunningham put 
a restraining hand on my 
arm The window is at the 
end of the corridor.” he said 
“Your man Dave Kelly is 
down there. Move quietly and 
keep your voice down.” 

| picked my way through 
the policemen and firemen 
waiting in the corridor and 
eased up behind Kelly. Silent 
lv. he took a pad of cop’ 
paper out of his pocket and 


screamed 
closer, IU 


. ‘THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 


Thursday, July 12, 1956 . e 


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ns 


feet bevond wus, Battalion 
Fire Chief Elmer F. Stein 
lounged against a wall. Be- 
side him, Mr. Lewis stood 
reading a passage from the 
Bible. They were about 
& feet from the open win- 
dow in which young 5Sea- 
man sat, 

Mr. Lewis finished 
ing and closed the Book. 
“Won't you take my hand, 
Donald.” he said, “and let me 
help you in?” 

Donald turned suddenly 
toward Stein You're inch- 
ing up on me,” he said dark- 
ly. “Go ahead, be a wise guy 
and make a grab for me. Go 
on—try it, and see what hap- 
pens 

! haven't moved. Don.” 

Stein said amiabiy. “Im just 
standing Here listening to Mr. 
Lewis read Scripture.” 

Nets do any good” / 
whishered to thre 
standing ; we me He 

Hopeless,” 


from thes 


read. 


frremoan 


OOF , 
he said Not 
height 

Won't vou take my hand 
and let me help you, Don- 
ald?” the minister repeated 

“No.” said the man in 
the window, moving a lit 
tle further out. 

You don't trust me.” said 
Mr. Lewis 

“Yes.” said Donald. “Yes, I 
do. I trust vou 

Then take my hand.” He 
held it out and took a4 cau- 
tious step forward No.” 
Donald shouted. and his body 
began to move over the side 
of the sill again. The minis 
ter stepped back 

You better stay 
there said the man in the 
window I'm getting tired 
of He shifted his posi- 
tion slightly 

Suddeniy the minister 


back 


PA 


the minister’s shoulder. “T 
hope I didn't hurt you when 
| came busting over to that 
window,” he said 

“Skinned my knee.” said 
Mr. Lewis, “but I was never 
so happy te have it 
skinned.” 

I drove the minister home. 
For a while he was quiet, and 
| didn't intrude on i his 
thoughts. Then he said: “I 
had no idea of grabbing for 
him. I didn't think I could 
do it. | kept thinking: What 


if you funge for him and 
cant hold him? What if you 
cause him to jump to his | 
death”” 

I pulled up in front of the 
church and fcr a long minute 
we sat there wrapped in the | 
still darkness of the night. 
Then he said 

“Mr. Stein and I needed 
a lot of help tenight, didn't 
we? But when we needed 
Him, He was by our side.” 

“Good night.-sir.” I «aid as | 
he got out of the car. “You've | 
earned what's left of your 
night's sleep.” 

cos 
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TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS WITHOUT A 
Greetings te Norman C 
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HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 
The lowbrows I associate + 
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showed me his notes leaped forward and grabbed 

“Dnid Seaman s/sat AF °”? at the bey. Stein's hace 
the Rev. Edw B Lewis Union body hurtied ferward in 
Methodist Church Seaman that same instant. “They've 
living YMCA sez will jump.” got him.” Kelly velled. The 
Around the corner and 10 policemen and firemen 

- - burst past me inte the al- 

cove to lend a hand. 

, sa few moments Don 
jangied 10 stories above 
street as the powerful 

fireman and the § slightly 
built minister hung on to his 
writhing form 

Then a dozen hands hauled 

the bov inside while he < co 
fought with the blind fury Aa 


of 10 men to escape their 
¢ ON BRIDGE 


| grasp 
) In a few minutes it was 
North-South 
North deals 


and inevitably we got to talk 
ing about relief pitchers and 
their ability to snuff out a 

Les Sand, the radie TV 
man whe used te pitch in 
pre ball himeel!f. siched en. 
vieusly. “The only time I 
was ever able te stop a 
rally.” he confessed. “was 
when I had a bat in my 
hands.” 


ed by resort to somewhat dif 
ferent tactics 

North, one point short of the 
classic requirements for a one 
no-trump opening initiated ac 
tivities with a call of one heart 
The one spade response was 
standard and North chose a 
rather cumbersome rebid of 
two diamonds. He was disin 
clined to rebid one no trump 
ibecause he felt that his 15 
points placed the hand beyond 
‘the minimum range 


| over. Donald was strapped 
to a stretcher and taken to 
| the hospital. Fireman Stein 
| put a powerful arm around 
BA AF no - -  Bee 


vulnerable 


Ease the strain and * 
tension — enjoy chewing 
Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum. 

You'll feel 
apdam This position is not supported 

by proper authority. The mini 
mum hand includes holdings of 
13. 14. and 15. Some minimums 
ilare. of course, a little stronger 
than others and North here 
may be said facctiously to hold 
a “maximum minimum.” After 
a onenotrump rebid South 
would glide confidently into 
igame at that denomina‘ion 
After the twodiamond bid 
South was hard put for his 
second call and felt th the 
least of evils 

. Passe 
3 ne (treme Pess ‘Chance on 

West opened t 
and deciarer 
mained on his toes. Just a bit 
of complacency at trick one re 
suite in loss of the contract 
If declarer ducks. the suit is 
clpared and West gets in with 
the ace of hearts to cash the 
setting tricks 

Declarer properly came up 
with the ace of clubs, for at this 
time the club suit offered no 
threa’. If West had five to the 
\K--10 his proper lead would '& 
have been the king so that, if 
West has five clubs. East is 
marked to a certainty with one | 
of the club honors which tem- 
porarily blocks the suit 

Winning the first trick. de 
clarer led to the queen of 
hearts and the club suit cannot 
come into play. If East drops 
ithe king of clubs under the ace 
at trick one, as he should. 
South's nine will prove te be 


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| All roads led te an eventual 
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MARK TRAI . Ed Dodd ! THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
L By The Washington Merry-Go-Round |. * Jee Magee : 


Alien Giveaway | OPEN TONITE ‘TIL 9 


By Drew Pearson Other Days Open "til 6:00 


Some of the cleverest back-jInternational,” 1 explained. 
Stage lobbying in this session|“are ready to buy your wheat 
of Congress has maneuvered a/jat the same support price you 
bill for the return of German) paid for it—$2.60 a bushel—and 
——— iin Aone — <a butter for the support price 

RIP KIRBY By Alex Raymond you paid—60 cents a pound 


7 ; ; = Cay BAK: Y ; Judiciary Com- They would like to take deliv- 

- ; IME MANOPOL/S SUBWAY, //P4M. | | HEY, PRETTY SUCK! ‘\RIGHT. AND ALL THE fame Ot ree Aeesee™ Seed pee Le Lae mittee onto the , ery immediately—this week in 

ALL Mens, Se i son “act fh T WERE. TUNNEL | [Doe VELEFT Dew cig, \ NOONE SHOWS | |Senate consent Tay West Berlin. The State De- 

we ZERO... ae te ~~ STRAIGHT AHEAO_A |e > riepe’'LL BE QUITE A - © calendar where ‘ partment informs me that you 
: ~ Al r Mie LL 


——— 


or WITTEE | ND. | it may sneak . P ialready have a large supply | 
eon prev isiTORS. by the entire there so that all you neéd do is! 
: ito send a cable to release it 

| there.” 


| I stressed the need for speed, | 
. a, |the fact that now was the! 
dollars, with Pcarsen | psychological time to show that 
the big Ger- individual Americans were 
man cartels who manufactured eager to help individual rebels 
arms for Hitler being the chief against communism. I suggested 
beneficiaries, United States tax-|that it was much better to 
payers will have to make up| have groups of Americans oper- 
the half billion. ate than the Government, be-| 

In order to camouflage the\ cause East Germans distrusted| \ 


oo . S uealiidinetadints German giveaway, the ae is} governments. They did not| 
IN MULL 2s JR ee dressed up in some high-flown| distrust people | 
von creme —~y language about compensating) “Will you write me a letter! 


a 
“wee | WHY, YES, PET. 1 REMEMBER FIB TO ME! nationals of the United States|ahout this?” requested Secre-| nd 
' "ASKED ME HA who have war-damage claims.|tary Benson ) 
ane e WEae nesters. Te om 2m NAD : 
|" WON. . | 2m 2a SN i. ANYBODY WITH 


MONEY And while former POWS do) “1 have already written one,” 
get some benefit, the chief|T said, and pulled it out of my'| 
benefit goes to I. G. Farben.) pocket. | 


the giant Nazi cartel, and the) Days passed—a total of three! 19 ~~ Count "em —_ 19 Pla ys 


former owners Of Americaniweeks. No word from Benson.’ 


Bosch, Schering, North Amer|Pinally, Riddleberger phoned) ALL DESIGNED FOR EXTRA SAFETY 


ican Rayon, and so forth ito say that he hed taken $15) The 106” top bar is made of 16-ga. steel tube ... legs are 


‘Polish Revolt eng be sage oes ow gh 93” long. The extra-heavy 2° tubing used thruout is con- 
| the East Berliners nected with one-piece, 16a. steel sockets. The sealed ball- 

The State Department drafted| bearing swings are suspended on 1,000-pound test chain 
en official announcement and| and have non-tilt, self-leveling steel seats. All bolt ends 
President Eisenhower signed it.| #"* capped to prevent cutting hands and tearing off clothes 
i\may point to ways of helping It wee Ane gesture, and good| : °° all hardware is cadmium plated—body is [finished in 
ithe people of Poland today. | politics here at home But part! baked enamel just like your car 


In June, 1953, diately | : | a re 
after East itn  warten wh Fy + Agha, "The! 19 BIG FUN PLAYS : 7 


| Here is some unwritten his-| 
| tory regarding a previous revolt! 
i\behind the Iron Curtain which 


STEVE ROPER — yr ip tee 5 . my, By Saunders and Overgard tackled Red tanks with bottles slots were over. And the of-° 3 Trapeze Bars Take With j 


|and bare hands, crying for food, , '® 3 Play Steel Monkey Bars 
— —_ E — | PF weaT HAPO@ENEO, wae P—THAT WIGHT Iw Bauer? cial announcement by the) y 


—~ -- . 
_— mH | — mi.%i) |! suggested to Jimmie Riddle- . * 3 Sets of Fly R : 
— — « . . ua ; - 7, 2 ; a . S (> nt as) ‘ Fisk O ying ings 
more vay we Veal Oe deine ny AD og f-1 WENT 10 0UR MOTEL. 1 WENT FOR YOU ANS — ieee berger, then in charge of the melas selina ona oasal® 2 Play Ladder and & Slide . 
YOURE WOT wee NOMAD mh . | | SN ae As. + EY'D LAND AT D> vj , eh State Department's German ' ’ ) Stands free and away from 
¥ 6 ¢ e- SUT YOU OOWT Sh0Ow/ ~ You NEVER : propaganda gesture. It won us! 
EVEN CAME BACK FOR -——~ a , | desk now. Ambassador to Yugo- no friends swings for safety 
— your UNO! LH Fae slavia, and to Gen Beetle 1 Basketball Backboard 
= oe " =m! ny - Balloons to Poland and Net : $32.95 Delivered 
‘State. that nite Slates 100 ] Sprinkling Shower for 
‘surpluses be given the hungry! This unwritten history is Hot Days { Sail $5 scene 
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rioters by private American'told now for one reason only—|e 2 Play, Welded Top “Air ONTHLY 
service groups lthe recent revolt in Poznan,| Glide” 

The Lions, Kiwanis, Rotary) Poland. ® 2 Super-Safe Swings ther Gr@ Sete from 
Clubs, I suggested, together; This time the State Depart-\e 2 Stee} Chinning i ne nen 
with the American Legion,/ment, acting more wisely, had 


VFW, AMVETS, Junior Cham-i\the American Red Cross offer! . + 
bers of Commerce, would prob-ito send food to the Poles. The! R 0 S$ B 
ably be delighted to help fi--Red Cross, though organized ig versiz an OX 


nance the purchase and dis-\under the wing of the United! 
—— ‘| tribution of surplus food. If|States Government, is not the) 
By Lank Leonard the offer was turned down, then'Government. The offer was| 

: —— Fast Berliners, with no bound-|turned down 
THIS’ TMNOT MAKIN ary to worry about. could come; However, it is still not too 
NO, NO, MS FUDDLE! THAT'S THE SAME Ae |! across to West Berlin and pick late for groups of patriotic 
WHY I WANTED YOUR 7 ' ; up the food themselves Americans to offer food to the 
RAADAT I BBETTER 7” ranpcucrs! we're | ae Wick: [ also figured this proposal/Poles. If the offer is turned 
6-GO FOR B-HELP OURSE ™ . would be right down the Eisen-'down, it is still not too late 
Be yeh seek pepe : ; ; ~~ 4 jhower Administration alley be-|to send the food in small pack 

\ J ‘as e ; A ' 


j\cause it had been talking soiages by balloon. The Crusade 
much about private enterprise'for Freedom has been sending! 
jand keeping the Government|balloon messages into Poland! 
;out of private enterprise ever since we inaugurated the 


, . idea from West Berlin in the 
‘Lions Clubs Ready summer of 1951 


Coorrteht. 1954. Bell Syndicate. Ine 


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