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SATURDAY, JULY 14, 


The Weather 


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storms fi by clearing 
afternoon evening, high near 88 
Sunday somewhat cooler and 
less humid. Friday's high, 82, at 2 p. m 


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DIE IN F 


ir | 8 


19th Year 


—_—_ 


45 


7 in Fight 
Aloft Seize 
Red Plane. 
I'ly to West 
Hungarian Group 


Led by War Pilot 


Reach Freedom 


234 om 1956 (Ch. 9 


6 
eee Compeny 


WTOP Radio (1500) TV CENTS 


——$—$_ 


AIR GRASH 


Military 


Transport 


Resort Weather 


$4. Billion 
Aid Voted by 
Senate Unit 


Appropriations 


Plunges 


Into Swamp 


21 of 66 Aboard 
Are Injured; Plane 


Group Gives Ike 


are 


A Tactical Victory; 
"Cuts Fund for Tito 


By Warren Dufifee 


ted Press 
The Senate Appropria- 
tions Committee handed 
President Eisenhower a tac- 
_Dere: U. $ & Weather torews }' tical—but by no means final 
W eshingten Post ond Times Mereld Mas “ , 
victory by approving a 
$4-billion foreign aid money | 
bill yesterday 
The Committee recommended 


Romania Bids 
- . | aad that $4,017,000,000 be provided 
heir long -piotts hex . | | he Renew L. % for the program during the cur- 
mot 9 a hun rent 12 months. This was an in- 
oria Var i] 
»- Friendship 


crease of $680,300,000 over the 
Sf iz 
Expanded Cultural 


Bound for England 
Had Hit Air Pocket 


FORT DIX, N. J., July 13 
(*)— A military transport 
plane, taking off from rain- 
swept McGuire Air Force 
Base near here, crashed in a 
swampy pine forest today, 
killing at least 45 persons, 
two of them children. Twen- 
ty-one others were injured. 

One airman aboard, among 
the least injured survivors, said 
the fourengine C-118 hit an air 
pocket and split as it landed 
its belly. The big plane did 
not burn 

Lt. Col. Pedro M. Souza. an 
Army doctor, blamed most of 
the deaths on fractures. He said 
all the passengers had not re- 


leased themselves from safety _ 
belts. The plane had seats that 


Inside Germany 


INGOLSTADT, Germanys 
July 13 “*—Seven artti-Com- 
munists a 
Hungarian airliner in 
hight with guns and iron rods 
high over Hungary today and 
fled to West Germany 


Read 


a wild o 


fre wa le : 
Rartian 
He 
trols 
the 


pilot 


gure approved by the House 
i onlw $9.600.000 under the 
the Presi- 


at 


AT 
plat 


ee 


; , »* ’ 
's airfield neal um se. DY 


on 
aent 


Passed by 
The vote was 13 to 8 

Mr. Eisenhower originally re- 

quested $4.9 bill Congress 

iu subsequently approved a ceil- 

special ing of $4,105,000,000. However, 


And Economic Ties 


Asked by 


By Was 

{f;er Se 
of the 
leap 
face was 


1 12 pet 
sengers ane d 
were in 


ng pas 13 to 8 


crewme fi. 
scriously 
“Bonn Adenauer’ 
nany cried the first Romanian 
triumphant plotters Deacon 
ucar?r 
from the plane. His ae ite 
ced toward the back 
bloody > press conference at his lega the House then voted to limit 


= Airman Albert J. Buck, a sur- 
The seven later were joined tion yesterday to announce actual funds for the prograin Paul Hutfmen Ne Pact Witheut it Radford Sees : ad 


by another of the 15 passen-'i, country wanted to be to $3.4 billion. viver who suffered a fractured 
her Named to U IN.'U. S. to Stand Firm An ‘Ultimate’ 


Minister 


en Lnna 


Minist: 
summoned 


on. Associated Preas 


; OF THE MILITARY TRANSPORT WHICH CRASHED NE AR FORT DIX 


LL 


Sil RESCUERS SEARCH WRECKAGE 


oO 
4 


ee ee 
7 - 
_ 


¥ 


rs aboard in aski jum, ankle, told an Army doctor, - 
r iriendiicr with the U Col. Horace W. Doyle, that t 
beers okt etl oP crew ot nited - The orgs ~ 4 hit the air pocket just as 


lStstes Committee, 
the seven, Joseph 


One of distributed 


Brucan 
a Budapest student, 
sup had been planned 
time 


Jakaby. 25 
said the « 
for a long 

The seven 
an hoardeda the twin-engine 
airliner in B They al 
carried 


\dapest 
rods 
identified 


also 


rme!l ilot 
he Lieutenant,” 
bound for 
hely. provincial capital 
Budapest 
Jakaby said just before they 
boarded the plane they were 
tipped that a Communist secret 
police officer was among the 
passengers. Thus they had to 
suspect everyone 
When we were 
town of Gyor,” Jakaby related 
“the lieutenant drew his gun 
and hit the ing beside 
him on the 
That was 
of us drew our 
all the people 
ong to us on tne ead. Yi 
slize we had to su 
them being a secré 


Was 
Szombat 
southwest 


ot 


near the 


man sitt 
head 

the signa 
iron I 


who. did not 


for wus 
A 


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> 
arew 


fire 
him 


ret poipceman 
Before he could 
gle ader knocked 


went on Ja 
Red pil ot 
what 


© all this 
continued, “tm 
apparently noticed 
happened, flew loops, turn 
verything in the plane up 
wn More passengers 
ured 
eutenant managed to 
the cockpit, forced 
gunroint to wilh 
passenger ipart 


over con 


vA at 
» the 


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con 
OOK tre 
; War 
he airiinet 
grou id 
yped across Austria 
ynded on the United 
Forces Manching 


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was 

was sulterin 
njuries lwo 
were WOotriec! 
passengers al 
eutral asked to De 

ngary 


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transla- 
from an editorial in 
Thursday's issue of the Roman- 


Lions 


Romania would like “nor- 
interchanges,” 
of 


countries. 


said 
mal 
the re 
CcOUl sulates 
and the ex 
tists, 


economic 
procal reopening 
both 


nange 


in 
of scientists, 


al technicians and libra- 

ries 
“The 

prove relat 


States 


time has come to im- 
ions with the United 
Brucan said in his first 
being 


months 


press conierence since 


assigned here three 
azo 
Brucan said Romania's first 
the des ior a rap 
was handed to 


Minister 


note ol re 
prochement 
L nited 
H. Thayet 
7 An 


‘ Tawit rt >) 


Robert 
March 
with a 
Min- 

his 


States 
Bucharest 
ad 


monse. the 


at note met 


and 
Ss awaiting the 


ster deciared 
countrys 
wo a second 
two weeks 


now 
answer! 
note submitted 
ago 
Siate nt 
man 
say 
irom 
consideratior 
to in due cours 
Bi 
peen “a ea in 
Lnit ates-nomania! rela 
1 ine inree 
manian 
had 
inis coun 


spokes 
wouid only 
ived a note 
inem an this is under 
It will be replied 
had 


ucan Lnere 


i at 
phys Ans atl agronomists 
| veda in 


some 50 
tead to 


me! 


visas 
American 
including 
epreneul 
who 
up a 
na- 


irope to n 


and a 
troupe 


orcenestra 


ng 
Ss country has nego 
Library of Con 
to send over an exhibit on 
Whitman this Octo 
with turer. He 
+ liso invited 
a musician 


tne 


Walt 
rte Let 
é a 


niers 


Fleeing Motorist Charged 


stbene ened voted to give 
Mr. Eisenhower almost every- 
thing he asked for in the way 


ene a young wom- 142m newspaper Scintela, which of restoring House cuts. 


However, the program still 
faces a sharp going-over on the 


Senate floor. where some mem-| 


bers are primed to seek an even 
figure than that 
the House. If the 
Committee figure should be ap 
proved by the Senate, it still 
must go to conference with the 
tiouse. 

Conference committees tradi- 
tionally come up with a final 
figure somewhere between 
those voted by the House and 
Senate 

The Committee rejected three 
attempts to limit or eliminate 
aid Marshal Tito’s Yugo 
slavian government 


lower 


proved by 


to 


The attempts were lied by 
Senators William F. Knowland 
R-Calif), Styles Bridges (R 
N. H.) and Joseph R. McCarthy 
R-Wis 

Cuts Tite’s Millions 


While the Committee pul no 
new strings on aid to Yugo 
slavia. it voted in effect to re 
duce the amount of military aid 
availiable for Tito from $22 mil- 
lion to about $17 million by 
earmarking an additional $10 
million for Spain. This must 
come out of “defense support 
funds for other European a! 
lies. Yugosiavia’s pro 
would be $5 million 
One House cut which 
Committee sustained was a re 
duction in the VU. 8S. contribdu- 
tion the United Nations 
technical assistance 
The House cut the Administra- 
tion request of $15.5 million for 
this purpose to $10 million and 


to 


the Senate Committee kept the’ 


$10 million figure 

State Department 
expressed disappointment that 
the cut was not restored. They 
said it was one program which 
contributed much to U. S. for 
cign policy at little cost 


officials 


Mrs. Olin Johnston Hurt When Car 
Is Struck by Another in Wild Chase 


Mrs. Olin D. Jonhnst wife 
of the Democratic Senator from 
Sou Carolina. was treated 
at Emergency Hospital for 
nossible fractured left rid | 

geht after the cal 
driving was struck by 
at 4th st. and Independence 
ave ““ 

Police charged Robert Rich 
ard Harris. 22. listed at 3023 
14th st. nw.. with driving while 
drunk, passing a red light and 
colliding. They said he had 
taken a car belonging to Bruce 
Wahl of 222 34th ne/ 


’ 


thy 
2) 


r soe 


iner 


i 4 


> 
>. 


saw Harris 
and gave chase 
car. Harris collided 
Johnston's car dur- 
ing the chase Police said Harris 
umped from the car after the 
crash and tried to escape on 
t. Wahl and an unidentified 
man gave chase, caught him 
and held him until police ar- 
rived 
Mrs. Johnston. 55. lives at 
9506 E. Stanhope rd.. Kensirg- 
ton. There were two passengers 
n her car. Viola Huss, 46. of 
Spartanburg. S&. C.. who suf- 
> 


a 


Po! 
get in his 
in another 
with Mrs 


car 


Le 


ae. 


left arm. and 
14, also of Spartan- 
suffered a bruised 


fered a bruised 
Pau! Huss, 
burg, who 
chest 

Both were 
gency Hospital 

Police took Harris to D. C 
General Hospital for examina- 
tion. Police Pvts. Robert L. San- 
dage and Harold V. Teague said 
Harris told them he was cele. 
brating his birthday and had 
taken Wahil's car 

Police quoted Mrs. Johnston 
as saying her husb@nd was out 
of town 


\ 


taken to Emer- 


ap-| 


rata cut 


the 


program. | 


Delegation 


GETTYS 
President 
nominated Paul G. 


on 
all 


bly of the United Nations to be 


he 


York City. 

He forwarded 
ination to the Senate in spite of 
a threat 
Carthy 
fight 
tion 


Wednesday 
a huckster 


th 


line.” 


ce 
co 


or 


Former ECA Chief 
Appointed in Face 
Of McCarthy Attack 


By Edward T. Folliard 


Stal! 


The United States will not 
sign an arms pact with Russia 
despite Soviet acceptance of 
American manpower proposals 
unless Moscow also agrees to 
the Eisenhower opé@n-<kies in- 
spection plan. 

However. the Administration 
is “considering what further 
initiative” the United States 
might take to break the disarma 
ment impasse, especially in view 
of existing huge Russian and 
American stocks of nuclear 
weapons and today’s level of 
armaments 

This word came 
from Harold EK. Stassen, 
President's disarmament 
at a press conference 

While Stassens comments 
amounted to a “no, but—" re 
ply to the Thursday statement 
of Russia's Andrei Gromyko at 
the United Nations, Stassen 
did his best to give lt a “yes 
provided—” cast 

Stassen said Gromykos ac- 
ceptance of the “first phase 
force levels” put forward by 
the United States in April 
amounted to “one more small 


Reporter 
sBURG, 
Eisenhower 


13 


today 


July 


Hoffman as 
e of five American represent- 


ves to the General Assem 


7" 
- 


id on or about Nov in New 


Hoffman's nom 
by Sen 


R-Wis 
prevent 


Me 
would 
confirma 


Joseph R yesterday 
the 


aide, 


that he 


to its 


McCarthy told the Senate on 


that Hoffman 
of one of the major 
emes of the Communist Party 
He said Hoffman had re- 
made 
“only 


was 


ntly Statements which 
uld be made by 
a Communist 


a foo! 


and he called 
See IKE, Page 17, Col. 7 


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Staff! Reporter 


step toward closing the gap” 
between East and West. But 
when questioned, Stassen made 
it clear the Administration’ 
could not see how a mere agree- 
ment on numbers of men in 
uniform would advance the 
cause of peace or the security 
of either the Soviet Union or 
the United States 

A “partial agreement.” Stas 
said, “must not create a 
false sense of security.’ 

Gromyko had announced that 
Moscow accepted the American 
plan to set a 25 million-man 
limit on American, Russian and 
Chinese Communist militar 
forces, with 750.000 for Britain 
and France. Gromyko, however 
offered the figure of 150.000 to 
200.000 for other nations where- 
as the United States had sug 
gested 500.000. a figure set 
chiefly to cover West Germany 
South Korea, Nationalist China 
and Japan among the Western 
allies 

Stassen indicated he did not 


See STASSEN, Page 17, Col. 3 


Jet Crash Kills 
Patuxent Pilot 


BELINGTON, W. Va., July 13 
P—A Navy Fury, a jet fighter 
plane, crashed with a resound. 
ing explosion just north of this 
central West Virginia commu 
nity today. killing the pilot 

In Washington, the Defense 
Department identified the pilot 
as Li. Cmdr. H. G. Sickel 
who iived with his wife 
four children in the Solomons 
annex at the Patuxent River 
(Md.) Naval Air Station 

\ spokesman said Sicke! was 
fying a FJ2 Fury jet Co 
lumbus. Ohio. No cause for the 
crash has yet been determined 


ra 


and | 


On Open-Skies Check Cut in Forces 


Disputes Published 
Report About Asking 
Reduction by 1960 


By John G. Norris 


Stef! Reporter 
Adm. Arthur W. Radford said 
yesterday that it is possible that 
the introduction of advanced 
the Armed 
per- 
cut 


new weapons into 


Forces “ultimately” may 
the United States 
military 

But the C 
Joint Chiefs of Staff disputed 
publi he had 
proposed an 800.000-man reduc- 
tion in the Army, Navy Alr 
Force by 1960 

Radford is 
ment in ovuvious Tepry 


York Times dis 


mit to 
manpowc! 
hairman of the 


shed reports that 


and 

ued a formal state: 
toa New 
erday 


patch yes 


a fturor 
said 


B00. 


t about 


in ngres The report 
that Radiords 
000-man cut had brough 
a “revoit nst him by the 
uniformed heads of the Armed 
nd had brought orders 
considera 


Cel I 


proposed 


agai 


F orc es a 
furthe 


See DEFENSE. Page 17, 


suspending 


Senate Heading 


For Busy Week 


Leader Lyndon 
notified the 

nat next 
toughest of 


would not 


the House 
day But 
come ii 
and meet 
haps unt 
week 


Monday 
per 


Pat ate 


and 
mianign' 


Indian, Vugoslav Pleas Rejected 


it left the runway at McGuire, 
'30 miles south of Trenton 

Maj. Huly Bray, Information 
Service officer, said some of 
jthe survivors were so badly in- 
\jured that they were expected 
ito die by morning. Two died 
in the hospital a few hours after 
the accident. 
| The plane, bound for Burton- 
wood, England, carried a crew 
of 10 and 56 passengers. These 
included 41 airmen, nine of- 
ficers, and six civilians, among 
them four women 

The big craft had lost radio 
contact with the field, which 
at first was unaware of the 
crash. 

Capt. Tors Hamrick, informa- 
tion officer at Fort Dix, said 
the pilot, apparently trying to 
level off and land, cut through 
brush and pines for 300 yards. 

The Military Air Transport 
Service said in Washington that 
today's crash of a C-118, known 
as the Douglas Liftmaster. was 
the first fatal accident suffered 
in five years of operating such 
craft 

It was reported in Washing- 
ton that the rescuers attempt- 
ing to get to the crashed plane 
had difficulty in bringing ve- 
hicles toward it because of the 
woods. Victims were carried 
out by hand 

The plane smashed into a 
pine forest three miles from 
the end of the runway. Wreck- 
age was scattered over a half. 
mile area 

The report of the air pocket 
came from Lt. Col. Horace W, 


See PLANE, Page 17, Cox 5 


Today’s Index ] 


22 Kiigellen eo. 
Movie Guide 22 
Obit varies 20 
Parsons 23 
Pearson 27? 
Picture Pane . & 
Rea! Estate 31 “ 
Sok olsky 

Sports 

TV Radio 
Weather 
Winchell! 
Viomen’s 


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Dixon 
Editoria 
Events 
Federa 


Today 
Diary 
aren 

Horoscope 
Keeoing Wel 


23 
9 
9 
29 
24 
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14 
20 
19 
28 
26 
27 


U. S.. Britain Refuse to Stop A- Tests 


Until Nations Agree on Disarmament 


UNITED NATIONS, N. Y 
July 13 #—The United States 
and Britain today turned down 
Indian and Yugoslav pleas to 
halt immediately the testing of 
atomic and hydrogen bombs. 

James J. Wadsworth, United 
States delegate, told the U.N 
Disarmament Commission that 
the tests will be carried on 
until] nations can agree on a 
ban in a comprehensive dis 
armament scheme. 

“In the absence of such an 
agreement, the United States 


} 


considers 


the testing of nuclear 
weapons is essential for our own 
defense and for the safety of 
our friends.” Wadsworth said. 
“We shall continue to work for 
an agreement in which the iim- 
itation of tests would De an in- 
tegral part and we will do every 
thing we can to assure that 
radiation will not rise above 
tolerable levels.” 

Anthony Nutting, British Min- 
ister of State, agreed with Wads 
worth’s stand. Nutting, Wads 
worth and. Canada’s Paul Mar- 


Bae 


tin said scientists have estab- 
lished there is no danger to 
humans as long as the tests con- 
tinue at the present rate 
Russia's Andrei A. Gromyko, 
who has plugged for an imme- 
diate end to the tests and a 
ban on atomic weapons, said 
the Soviet Union will continue 
its test explosions as long as 
the West “continues to obstruct 
agreement " Russia is the 
only other power producing nu- 
clear weapons. Gromyko said 
the ‘American and British ar- 
guments are “unconvincing.” 


. 


THE WASHINGTON Pt 
9 


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House Hikes 
D.C. Worker 
Benefits 


The House voted vesterday to 
boost the District 
workmen’ compensation for 
juries to $54 a week from 
present top of 335. 

It do so by defeating, 116 to 
62. an effort to remove the 
District compensation features 
from a bill covering compensa- 
tion payments to the Nations 
longshoremen. 

The measure now goes to con 
ference. the Senate ver 
sion sect a $50 a 
week 

Rep. Howard W 
Va.) led the last-dit 
to lift District 
out of the Longshoremens Act 
' ocal salaries and working con 
aitions are tirely diffs 
from those of longshoremen, he 
declared 

Smith backed a separate Dis 
trict compensation law pending 
in the House 

The separate measure, which 
would continue the $35 pay 
sient rate. has been urged Dy 
the Washington Board o° Trade 
Rep. A. L. Miller (R-Neb.) and 
Chairman John L. McMillan (D 
Ss CC.) of the House District 
Committee said the local pro 
posal makes sense. McMillan 
introduced the pill 

“Why employes of Garfinck 
el's and Woodward & Lothrop 
should be lumped with 
shoremen is more than I can 
understand,” McMillan said. H¢ 
added that he would not o 
pose raising the rates proposed 
in his measure 

Rep. Edith Green (D-Ore 
author of the bill to increase 
the rates, attacked Smith's pro 
posal to drop the District pro 
visions as a method of “freez 
ing” local benefits. 

Mrs. Green said her bill is a 
“model compensation law” for 
the Nation, urged by President 
Eisenhower. She said the week 

ly salary of many District work- 
ers is well above $100 and thus 
comparable to dock workers 

Rep. James Roosevelt (D- 
Calif.) said Federal workers 
here receive benefits up to $121 
weekly for on-the-job injuries 

ep. Roy W. Wier (D-Minn,) 
said McMillan’s measure con 
tains “clever limitations and 
restrictions on laborers’ bene 
fits.” 


UAW Urges 
Reform Plan 
For Elections 


Walter P. Reuther, president 
of the United Automobile Work- 
ers, circulated to ail mem- 
bers of Congress yesterday the 
UAW's own “clean-elections” 
pian, built around “a $5 ceil 
7~ on political contributions 

euther said it is “of vital 
importance” that Congress act 
in this field before adjourning 

The UAW plan, he said, would 
broaden “the base of political 
action through the small con- 
tridutions of a large number of 
people in place of the present 
system of campaign funds which 
relies upon wealthy families, in- 
dividuais and special interests 
to meet the greater part of the 
costs.” 

At present, the “leading” 
election reform bill in the con- 
gressional mil! is one sponsored 
by Senate Democratic Leader 
Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) and 
Senate Republican Leader Wil- 
liam F. Knowland (Calif.), and 
83 other Senators. But even this 
bill has been almost lifeless for 
months. 

Reuther has called that bill 
“inadequate,” and in some re- 

“harmful and 


maximum 
in 
tne 


since 
maximum of 


Smith (D 
h floor fight 


the provisions 


rent 


lane 
MVilx& 


The UAW plan puts its spend. 
ing ceilings on the size of the 
individual! contributions, instead 
of the overall total. 

It would place a $5 limit on 
contributions to congressional! 


senatorial, and presidential cam- ; 


paigns, with an additional $5 


limit annualy for gifts to a po- ‘sine the 


litical party or committee 


Saturday, July 14, 1°56 


* Calif.) 


inequit-' 


ST and TIMES HERALD 


a ne 


Gta’! Peete 


Vernon E. West, retiring Corporation Counsel. and Mrs. 
West offer a toast te well-wishers whe feted the couple 
at the Washington Hotel last night. West, whe steps down 
as the District's chief legal officer Aug. 1, will be succeeded 


by Chester H. Gray, West's principal assistant. 


Board Named to Try | 


Marine Sgt. McKeon 


Associated Press 


The Navy yesterday an- 
the members of the 


the law off 


nounced 
court-martial and 
cers assigned the trial of 
S’Set Matthew C. McKeon on 
nansiaughter charges growing 
wut of the drowning of six Ma- 
rine recruits at Parris Isiand 
S. C., early in April. 

The trial will begin at the 
Parris Island recruit depot 
Monday. The president of the 
7T-man court will be Col Ed.- 
ward L. Hutchinson, Woodbury, 

J.. who now commands the 
6th Marine Regiment at Camp 
Lejeune, N. © 

Other members of the court 
are Lt. Col. Nicholas A. Sisak 
North Braddock, Pa. now 
stationed at Camp Lejeune: Lt 
Col. Luane Fultz. Springfield 
Ill.. also from Lejeune; Lt. Col 
Daniel J. Regan. stationed at 
Quantico, Va; Maj. John G 
Demas, Weirton, W. Va.. Camp 
Lejeune; Maj. Edwin T. Cart 


to 


ton, Palo Alto. Calif. from Le 
jeune and Navy Lt. Bentley A 
Neison, Kansas City, Mo. now 
a medical officer at Lejeune. 

The law officer for the court 
martial, who in military trials 
performs many of the functions 
of civilian court Judges, will be 
Capt. L. N. Kiein, legal officer 
for the 3d Naval District. New 
York. The trial counsel who 
will act as prosecutor is Maj 
Charlies K. Sevier, Jacksonville. 
lil. now at Lejeune 

Capt. Frederick M. Hayden. 
Richmond, Va.. from Lejeune. 
and Capt. William L. Otten 
from Easton, Pa. now serving 
at Cherry Point. N. C.. will 
seTve 25 assistant prosecutors 

The military defense ilaw- 
yers appointed by the Marine 
Corps are Lit. Cel. Alaric W 
Valentin of Philadelphia. base 
legal officer at Camp Lejeune, 
and Maj. John R. Debarr of 
North Umberland, Pa. also 
from Lejeune. 


Ike Never Soft on Reds, 


Kuchel Tells Harriman 


Usi'ed Press 


Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel (R- 
yesterday accused Gov 
Averell Harriman of New York 
of “a bald untruth” by 
ing that President Eisenhower 
is “soft on Communism.” 

Kuchel told the Senate he 
hopes Harriman’s remarks were 
unintentional and not “an un 
called for, unwarranted, vicious 
and malicious charge against 
a great American.” 

Harriman, a candidate for 
the Democratic presidental 
nomination. sai ne Was one 
candidate who could not be 


imply 


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TODAY 


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election year, such as this one 
To encourage these contribu 
tions, the plan calls for a $5 tax 
credit “for each such $5 contri- 
bution.” 


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YESTERDAY 


Renate 


‘a 
Also, Reuther proposed “free ‘or 


television and radio time for 
major political parties”: 


candidate in an election; desig- 


“one >" 
free mailing” round for each). 


nations of fiscal agents author- “|; 


ized to accept contributions; re- 


porting provisions on contribu- s: 


tions generally similar to those * 


in the Johnson-Knowland bill 
but which would be more fre- 


quent and also cover primary > 


elections, and finally, “real en- 
forcement machinery.” 


The UAW has urged a non- ert . 


partisan investigating body to 


investigate alleged violations of pre 
election laws and report them ; 


to the Justice Department 


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, City 
* iver what his campaign head. 


., attack on 


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IM A “COLLEGE HALL” 

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916 14 St. AW. 


accused of being “soft on Com- 
munism.” : 

He later exonerated his two 
Democratic rivals—aAdiai E 
Stevenson and Sen Estes Ke 
D-Tenn from his 
charge But he said Mr Eisen. 
had been “very naive” 
about the aims of communism 
and Russian leaders 

“The Presidents whole life 
makes that statement a baid 
untruth.” Kuchel said “Soft 
on communism?’ The people 
of the United States and the 
free world know that is not 
so. And I suspect the leaders 
im the Kremlin and Peiping 
know that is not so, too.” 

KRuchel said the President 


fauver 


hower 


“electrified the entire universe” 


by his facetoface statements 
with Soviet leaders at Geneva 
last summer. 

Harriman, meanwhile. polli- 
ticked among Democrats here 
and prepared his speech for to 
night when he addresses North 
Carolina Young Democrats at 
Asheboro. NK. ¢ 

Kefau 


ver left 


for Salt Lake 
Utah, where he will de. 


quarters called a “hard-hitting 
the Eisenhower Ad 
ministration.” He wil] be key- 
note speaker today at a Salt 
Lake County Democratic con 
vention. 


Olney Rotarians 
Name R. L. Hatzes 
R. Louis Hetzes. 4415 Strath- 


‘ more ave. Garrett Park. Md. 


has been installed as president 
of the Rotary Club of Olney 


Other new officers are Alfred 
T. Burton, vice president: Wil- 


liam Neilson, secretary: Melvin | 
« Crawford, treasurer. and Robert 
The | 
William | 


Duck. sergeant-at-earms 
directors are 
Brady, Ed Furman. Lawrence 


Oeser, and Andrew O'Reilly. 


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i\form of government 
| Republic — 
| have 


Rights Bill Victory Predicte 


a 


By Murrey Marder 
Saft Reporter 


Democratic and Republican 
backers of the Administration's 
civil rights bill said yesterday 
that the Sewthern “manifesto” 
condemning it will not weaken 
its prospects for House approv 
al next week 

None of the key supporters 
of the rights plan was ignoring 
the pledge by SS Southern 
House members to fight it with 

every available iegal and par 
Lamentary weapon 

But the Bis prepenents 
said that kind of attack—which 
they agreed could be formid- 
able—was assured anyway, and 
the formal warning has not al 
tered the outlook 

One leading House Democrat 
privately styled the statement 
by 79 Southern Democrats and 
4 Republicans as “a dud from 
the standpoint of voting effiex 
" He said. “it only in 

the sectional tines 
and will harder for 
some Republicans. who might 
have wented te de so. to ¥% 
against the bill 

The Seutherners deciare 
tien. made public Thursday. 
was officially presented to the 
House yesterday by Rep. Wil 
liam M. Tuck «(D-Va.). former 
Governor of Virginia 

Tuck. whe was among the 
Grafters. said the rights bill 
Sears at the vitals of the 
of this 
under which we 
been able to look 
forward to the future with un- 


tiveness 
tensifee< 


make 


ote 


hounded hope and «epporte 


nity 

The manifesto asssilse the 
rights plan which wil] come be- 
fore the Howse on Monday as 
an “Iniguitegs proposal” that 
would be “sa @agrant violation 
of States’ rights.” 

Under the rights bill. a bi 
partisian civil rights commis 
sion would be created. along 
with a special civil rights divi 
sion in the Justice Department, 
and the Attorney General 
would be suthorized te bring 
civil suits im Federal courts in 
the name of persons whose 
voting or other rights were 
withheld. or even threatened 

“I must admit that the pic 
ture looks dark” for the bills 
opponents, said Tuck. But. he 
said. the recent successful fight 
against the Federal bill for . id 
te echool construction “looked 
as if & were a hopeless fight 
when i started, too.” 

He said the opponents can 
win the fight Wf the country 
realizes % is “not a sectional 
battle.” but puts the rights of 
all the states “just as much in 
jeopardy. 

The school construction bil! 
was strangled in a parliamen- 
tary wringer in which it was 
loeded with an anti-ce on 
amendment that helped defeat 
at. A similar tactic—patting ex- 
treme rights proposals in the 
present bill in order to kill it 
—may be tried again, its sup 
porters warn. 

Even without that, the bill 
aiready is given a virtually 
hopeless chance of passage in 
the Senate. where it can be fil) 
bustered to death. 

Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R- 
N. ¥.. chief Republican House 
sponsor of the bill. said he be- 
liewes the Southern manifesto 
means “nothing” in terms of 
changing votes. He said the bii! 
will “command the support of 
nearly all Republicans and half 
the Democrats to assure its pas 
sage™ in the 435-member House 

He anticipated “net more 

than 20 votes against it on the 
Republican side.” Equally vital 
said Keating, Congress should 
not adjourn wnatil the Senate 
acts “om this key measure of 
President Eisenhower's pro 
gram.” 
' Chairman Emanuel Celler 
D-N. Y.), of the House Judiciary 
Committee. under whose name 
the bill goes before the House. 
said the Southern statement “is 
an old record being replayed.” 
But now, said Celler. “we can't 
any longer tolerate second<lass 
ciiizens m America.” 

Although Celler had favored 


a stronger rights bill he—alorg’ 
with Keating—<said any South-’ 


ern backhand move to make the 
bill more drastic in order to 
set it up for a defeat should be 

23 a4 “subterfuge” 
and defeated. Some considera- 
tien is being given to a House 
Republican conference next 
week to warn of such prospects 


Food Reserve Planned 


KARACHI, July 13 @®—Pakis- 
tan is planning to creste « 
national reserve of food with 
the beip of the United States 
and other friendly nations. an 
oHicial of the Food Ministry 
Said today. 


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Change of Command at the Point 


Lt. Gen. Blackshear M. Bryan (left) welcomes his successor 
as Superintendent ef the Military Academy, Maj. Gen. Gar- 
risen H. Davidsen. General Bryan has been ordered to new 
duties as commanding general of the Army in the Pacific. 


Florida Paves Wavy to Disbar Reds 


TALLAHASSEE, Fia.. 
13 W—The Fiorida Supreme 
Court teday made membership 
in the Communist Party 
grounds for disbarment in this 
state 

The action came in an amend 
ment to the integration rule of 
the Florida bar covering con 
duct of attorneys 

The court refused, however 
to amend its rules to hold an 
attempt by a lawyer to invoke 
the Fifth Amendment would 
oe prima facie evidence that 
be is unfit to practice. 

To hold thus would be to 
place an undue burden on him 


July and would be unconstitutional, 


ihe court said 

The court drew up its own 
amendment to the integrated 
bar rules after considering a 
petition by Dade County Cir- 
cult Judge Vincent CC. Giblin 
and 26 other members of the 
Florida bar 


Wants to Join U.N. 


NEW YORK, July 13 (N. Y. 
News)— Morocco has applied 
for membership in the United 
Nations, it was announced at 
U. N. headquarters today. The 
former French territory in 
North Africa became independ 
ent last March 2. 


'Chicago Has New Outbreak of Polio 


| CHICAGO, July 13 (®—Doc-?There were only 32 cas@s and 
ae a e new polio cases two deaths in the same period a 
n Chicago today and the city year ago. 
health chief appecied to parents; Dr. Herman N. Bundesen, 
to be sure their children re-| president of the Chicago Board 
ceive shots of Salk vaccine. of Health. said it was “very im- 

The City Health Department portant” that parents and fam- 
said the new cases brought the ily doctors make sure that all 
Chicago total for this year to children are inoculated with the 
140 cases, with three deaths. anti-polio vaccine. 


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Smoking Test Records E 
Heart Attacks to Come 


test 
po- 
OTs 


ignt 


A cigarette smoking 
shows promise of detecting 
tential heart attack condit 
long before the attack 
occur, if was reported 
day 

The test meas differ 
ing effect of cigarette smoking 
on the heart's pumping action 
according ts a report the 
July 14 edition of the Journal 
of the American Medical Asso 
ciation 

Capt. Murray »ber 
Force Reserve medica! officer 
Giscussed before and after 
smoking tests on a ballistocar 
diograph machine as a means 
of diagnosing silent coronary 
artery disease. The ballistecar 
diograph is an extremely sen 
sitive device wh measures 
impact on the body from each 
thrust of the pumping heart 

It had previously been shown 
that smoking before the taking 
of a ballistocardiograph record. 


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The wast 
men tested had norma 
after smoking. he reported 
However. the results showed 
abnormal tracings increased 3D 
times in persons between 30 and 
60 vears of age. Abmpormal re 
sponses shewed up 
weight individuals both 
and after «sm 
of age. the 

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recording 
provement 
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Be tax Cees mets Sac Pustesreotrr 


Preston H. Everett splashes by im his beat, in which be Jest traweled ever 434 miles 


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Girl Arrested Seafarer in Outboard 
Voy ages to 


As SE. Crowd 
Is Dispersed 


id Juve 
won for Diling and 
kicking a liceman after refus- 
ing to leave when solice dis 
persed a crowd of between 500 
and 600 in Southeast Washing- 


\ 
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ear- 


ac 


VYilliam T. Murphy. 
the Eleventh Precinct. 
rowd caused no 
ept the girl 
wz asked to leave sev 
she approached Pvt 
fer and said 
me do any 


‘nor 
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tumes 
Meverhoeff 
can i. make 


placed her under 
she reportedly kicked 
him on the ieft 
Lhe way to pre- 
etrs, she tore a 
smashed a 
patrol wagon window, causing 
$464 damage 
Pending Juvenile Court ac 
tion. the girl was released to 
the custody of her mother who 
agreed to pay for the damage 
lier other said she believed 
the crowd gathered when it 
wes reported there was going 
to De a ght between two E£irTis 
Murphy er. said pre 
cinet detectives are inves 
ticating reasons | the Thurs 
cay night gathering in the 1200 
biock of Eaton rd. se 
Murphy said there was no 
basis for the incident. 


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Kotelawala Honored 


LONDON, July 13—Queen 
‘Nizgabeth today received Sir 
John Kotelawala. former Prime 
Minister of Ceylon. at Bucking 
ham Palace. and invested him 
with the insignia of a Com 
panion of Honor. 


sealarer fre 
N. Y. Bad 
Washi ington 
He aid it 
outboard motor 
adventure. and a bo < 
Scotch—all of winch stood hum 
in good stead over 434 miles af 
water from Mamaroneck. \. } 
to the Marine Mart, 960 Mame 


ih 2 16-foot 
oa 2 eee oe 
236 


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the worse for wear. on 
meget. Stelling some 
of a record 


slightly 
Thursday 
sor? 


Roughest 
manning the 
3-horse power 
mises *t 
quan ink 
OTP aarTs Cal 
thousand 
square 


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Port Here 


Everett traded 
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tall amd tanced Everet 
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Police Warn 
Of Molesters 
In Alexandria 


Alerandria Detective Chief 
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Proud of His Peacock 


Ss its prowd ewner looks on, a peacock | 
makes «2 pretty picture as it floats te earth 


from the top of a shed on the Brampton, 
Ontario, sare of | William Bulbeck. 


= Last 5 Days 
= Of Sight Gay 
For Boy, 4 


ORLANDO. Fia.. July 18 
Pourvearold Mike Siboie. a 
wavyv-haired little fellow with 
s wige grin, has just 
see bright flowers 


five days 
wrt %; trees 


yther's 


bis world will 


i be 
know it 
rignt eve when 
nid because it 
28 ected with cancer. Now 
ev are «zg to have to re 
we the other eye to keep the 
malignancy from spreading 
Every six weeks during the 
past year. Mikes perents, the 
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Sibole. took 
the ber te New York for medi 
treatment. hoping Mike's 
Z could be saved. A few 
Gays ago. they learned the 
weeration mo longer could be 
postponed 
Next fall. Mike will start a 
presemoot traming ciass at a 
seteet for the biind in Miami. 
where be will learn to live in 
= dark. unfamiliar world. He'll 
me taught to see with his 
fingers 
While Mike still has his sight 
be ts being taken to see nearly 
everytimimg that can bring «a 
smile to a 4year-old 
He bas visited the tigers and 
ams and giraffes and elephants 
. SA which 2 
wild animals near 
has laughed at the 
“TKS and watched 
oTulantiy coiored fish glide 
through the water at the Miami 
Seaquarium 
ie has gone on Mm rides 
Geen reads iitmed with the 
greenest of trees and the bright 
est of Gowers. He has played 
= the sum and not noticed the 
sadness im has mother's smile 
How much can a fellow see 
s five days" 
Mike doesnt know and he 
Seesn t worry. All he knows is 
that be is having a wonderful 


go 
totally blind 


that 
ie = 

But be doesnt yet 
Mike 
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D.C. Man, 66, Dies 
From Wreck Injuries 


Chartes J. Hupomann Sr. 66 
of 2006 34 st. ne. died vester- 
jay m Casualty Hospital from 
r es suffered Sunday in a 
listen im the 4000 
Branch ave. in Prince 
(ounty 


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High-Strung 

It’s His Habit 
To Dangle 
On Ledges 


Dangling precariously for an 
hour from high 
above the ground has turned 
be new experience 
for 23-year-old Donald Seaman 

The former airman from 
Benton Harbor, Mich.. who was 
rescued Wednesday from a 10th 
story perch in the Dupont Cir 
cle building. was identified 
yesterday as the man who dan 
gied 30 minutes early on June 
l from the 9th story ledge of a 
downtown Philadelphia struc 
ture 

Local officials and 
General Hospital da 
interviewed him here 
aware of the earlier 
until after they re 
man in the cust 
parents 

Seaman and his parents. 
and Mrs. Louis Seaman. 
Yo Michigan yesterday 

At the time of the June 1 
incident Seaman was an Air 
Force sergeant, stationed at Mc 
Guire Air Force Base WN. J nw. Police said they 

He was saved at that time *. marked 
through the efforts« f blonde oe 
Winnie Cook, a Philadelphia Both \~ <y~ 
policewoman, who spotted him der $1000 bond f 
at 1 a.m. perched on a 9th floor Mot ay wore 
ledge of the Pennsyivania Rail sates Loma 
road s Suburban Stat Build 
ing acTOss the street City 
Hall . 


She went 


Police Seize 

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Big Gaming 
Suspect Here 


Police arrested two men yes 
terday on charges of operating 
a Evidence was sup- 
plied by undercover officers 

it. Seott E 


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lottery 
a window 
the 
mbling squad said one 

Lackey, 
man 
racket 

weighs 3099 
his address as 


Moyer of 


out to no 


the men, Boyce E 


was the “biggest ever 
ine nu 


key 


ga ve 


rrested noers 
He 
4ist st 
said 
in gar 
Premier Cab Company 
Sherman ave. nw. A 
with the identical 
number played by 
cover man was 
La possession, 
reported Lackey 
owned a fleet of 10 
said he admitted 
in bets but said he 
back bets himself 
second man arrested is 
+ ge Gobel Jr.. 30. who gave 
his address as 1520 st. <e. He 
is the licensed owner of Peary’s 
3530 Georgia ave 
recovered 
bil irom 


1557 
ba lia 
Police 
tT? 


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arrested 
of the 
at 2337 
numbers 
amount 
an wur- 
found 
police 


he 


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and 


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de! 


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were not 
cident 

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.e,epnoning 

didn t 
rhe 


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8a d Pol 
said 


ce 


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of 


Mr 
flew 


restaurant at 


dollar 
) 
released un 
for arraignment 
the United 


issioner;r 


iON 


Janitor Arrested 


rom 
_. With Lottery Slips 
upstairs and ints ‘ 
an adjacent vacant office. where 
she talked to Seaman at length 
and heard him say he was “dis 
gusted with everything in the 
world.” She urged him te come 
close to her When he did so 
policemen inside the office 
grabbed 


The next day Seaman was 
returned to his bese where the 
incident was written off as a 
result of intoxication 

Seaman applied for—and. on 
July 2, received—an honorable 
discharge. Then days later he 
was saved from the ledge of the 
Dulilding at 1346 Connecticut 
ave. nw. by the Rev. Edward 
5B. Lewis, a Methodist minister 
who was summoned by police. 

District officials said they 
agreed to turn him over to his 
parents because Seaman's “con 
dition cleared up very well.” He 
had been sent to D. C. General 
Hlospital for mental observation 


ear-old ianitor accused 
$300 worth of num 
bers in his back pocket 
was arrested yesterday as he 
strolied down an Arlington 
street, police reported 

George Parks. of the 600 block 

Randolph st.. Arlington, was 
arrested by Det. Set. Thomas J 
Tracy and Pvt. Leonard J. Bur 
nett. of the Arlington 
squad, about 1:30 p. m. in the 
1600 block of S. Walter Reed 
drive 

Tracy said he and Burnett 
took $300 worth of numbers 
slips from Parks. Charged with 
operating a lottery, Parks is 
due to appear in Arlington 
County Court Monday. 


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of carrying 


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SYDNEY 
Widespread floods 
Australia t 
prospects 
of 445 mill 
1956 57 Se a*nr 

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today 


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in Southeast 
wreck 
a record wool clip 
on bales the 
a sneep ranch 
spokesman said 


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Crosses ae Burnes 


At Officials’ Homes 


Fiery were burned 
last night in front of the homes 
of top Washineton officials and 
a leader of the National Asse 
ciation for the Advancement 
of Colored Peepte 

Police found a 6foot-high 
wooden cross on the front lawn 
of Justfée Felix Frankfurter’s 
home at 3018 Dumbarton ave 
nw. The cross was still smol- 
dering when scowl car “7i. 
manned by Pvts. A. J. Booth 


crosses 


‘and R. C. Orme, arrived at the 


scene. 

They used a fire extinguisher 
to quench the fire 

Martin Rosensky and Monk 
Casper. students at Gedrgec 
Washington University, saw a 
burning cross in front of the 
Brandywine Apartments, 4545 
Connecticut ave. nw.. home of 
Simon Sobeloff, Solicitor Gen- 
eral. about 1 «2. m. Sobeiofls 
nomination to the Fourth Cir 
cuit Court of Appeals is under 
consideration by the Senate 

The youths kicked over the 
cross, extinguished the fire, and 
found a fiberboard sign. 


Police verified a report that 
anotner flaming cross) Was 
found in frent of the Sheraten- 
Park Hotel. The hotel is the 
home of some of Washingtog'’s 
top officials, including Ghee 
Justice Earl Warren and Sen. 
Herbert Lehman (DN. Y.) 

Witnesses said the cross was 
set alight by men who Gove 
up in a car bearing Virginia 
license plates 

A dethwrapped cross alse 
wasb urfed igst midnight on 
the front lawn of the Belisvifle 
home of Mrs. Douglas King 

Mrs. King chairman of the 
*rince Georges County Branch 
of the Nationa’ Association for 
the Advancement Colored 
People 

William Clark. assistant chief 
of the Beltsville Fire Depart- 
ment. said his company re- 
sponded to a call shortly after 
midnight and found an &{foeot 
cross in flames in front ef the 
King home at 5402 Odell rd. 


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night when an out. 
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right leg. Katie Mudd of 305 
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the hospital for lacerations ol 
the face 

According to Alexandria Po 
lice Pvt. Edwin Handack 
car. driven by Martha Ru 
of 805 Wolfe st Alexandria 
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insisted they first must have numbering about 100,000, op-' government, it should be re- people.” 


M iti ti A PI n 
#» “ " . 
. — Pa guarantees of the right to de pose the move for union with pee o AW eo te ee nee Hg at 
Lats . ’ ' akarios), in Pan é - . 


this island colony with Greece British leaders were report- of an organizations of the! start work on the ep gen 
The Ethnarchy Office, which ed several weeks ago to have Greek Cypriot people, has al-| Tne Prime — ogg tone 
OTTAWA, July I . Tim ' —— + speaks for most of the 400,000 worked out a plan whereby self- ready clearly declared the pre- dog hg Seren terror- 
Minister Louis St. Laurent Greek Cypriots, declared that government would be granted ee: nll wt A one Po nas been overcome.” 
indicated today that muitina only exiled Archbishop Maka- Cyprus in the near future, with 


tion supply of arms to | 


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eee ee ee eg » Greek Cypriots Reject Plan for Self-Rule 


| NICOSIA, Cyprus, July 13 &.,island-wide. Ethnarchy Assem- tion, which, however, it pro-|self-government y= Kame 


| ) il the 
| x . ' \Greek Cypriot leaders today bly, consisting of more than ‘@sSes to recognize . ... fen agp Pe of self-deter- 
a ~.. 
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rejected Britain's bid for co-/400 Greek Orthodox church| “As for the declared intem) 1. xo other person can 


; itai intro - 
operation in developing self- and lay representatives. bana _ one pane negotiate the preconditions in 


goveriment for Cyprus. They, Cypriots of Turkish descent, 5, providing internal self- the name of the Greek Cypriot 


sraei is ; i rios can negotiate a settlement the right of self-determination) —.. 
under discussion of the Cyprus ‘ssue, and em- to be exercised in 10 years, This 
We informed the House « Bolling’ s Rest phasized he already has made reportedly was rejected by the’ 
self-determination a prime con- Turkish government | 
about the possibility of there M/Set. LeRey E. Archut of tion. The one hy Office took | 
being something thet would not the command personnel see- Assembly Inner Cabinet eee se eee 
be exclusively a ‘ an ac- tien, has been selected as the The Office said Prime Min Agreement Is Cited | 


an 
Gon im supplying arms \o i> outstanding airman at Belling icter Anthony Eden's announce-- “It is inconceivable,” it said, 
rac) Sir Feree Base. Sergeant ment yesterday that Britain “that the government of a/| business 


Pay my ‘ae .. “tention Archut, a native ef Brown's wil! press plans for self-govern- power like Great Britain should ; ° 
n P , oee - 266 6Walley. Bee will re at ment was received with “great have reached the point of tak-' = foreign and domestic 
2,¢0rT ge Drew who s2id ys Bie -* = prese . > = : " : 4 
le tee i en etmeansett: & Heade@arters € resentment” by Greek Cypriots. ing refuge behind the artificia 
balance in arms strengt caeq ommend at 
. ot ; . | Eden .did not mention self<de- clamor raised by another coun- 
ween mess one e Arab) the Air Force Association's termination try in order to avoid implemen- | ™ » omancr 
tates nized re te a y + . a 
med whether the _ IE ne convention in New Oricans The Ethnarchy Office is a six- tation in Cyprus of the funda PILOTS EMPLOYMENT 
coe will shee: Getenieaiiie o 4 mPext menth. member inner cabinet of the mental right of self determina teterers airport 2. &. 1. ATins 6-1704 - 3916 Barbonk Sivd.. Serbent 7, Calif. Therewsl 5-9068 


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Commons talks are being held 


eration to Israels application ~~ —_—_——- 
for shipment of Sebrejet fighter 
planes 

Israel last April pequested is 


> suance of an export permit for 
. —s two dozen Canadian Sabrejet e 

. : | Wednesday St. Laurent said 

__/ Canada would have been happy: 

| , . to join with other Western pow 

ir ers m doing something to re 

' ; store an arms balance “but we 

Go not feel that when other " 

. ‘ Western powers were not ore 

' | pared to join in that responsi 


+ . - bility is should Df a resDponsiDi 
- : : : ~ -e ow re 
Ass ated Press ity set} o ine gove ne t of 


Fecnny Preset Tin et) weemes ters President |" rine sinister sat ow RM SESS MM LOS MR CM Mw Colo et (0 me Ogre mk 


Naseer on the latter's arrival in Belgrade yesterday. in talks with Maj. Gen. ! 
Burns of Ottawa. Unit 
tions chief truce super 


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kjold, the government has gcath- 
ered that the Israel-Arab situ- 


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. , . “co ‘ ation is still delicate and “micht 
1a DY Nasser an HUQ ve unfavorably influence if 2 
. country like Canada were to at 
. , . tempt 7 take the lead in chang 
eernaUOnas S U tele 00K Dia c ng what is Lows my opi! rn an 
nd mutual reiauions detween imbalance of armamer 
ugosiavia and Egypt were dis 


” No Change in Border 
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overnmental Palate Reuters 
tlared “peace and pros MOSCOW, July 
in the Middle East area. viet government 
as everywhere else, izvestia, today 
secured only if the “ridiculous 
is adopted that peo- Soviet 
be masters in their Finland 
own countries under the 1945 peace treaty 
the Izvestia deciared that the 
“right of every nation to shape spoutier ee —_ Nee — 
its own foreign and domestic ries ms not suoject to revi . : . 
policy without any interference *">, | , : Here's What You Get: 
from other countries.” The newspaper was com- | | 
Tonight, Nasser was enter. ™Cmtimg oa, Finnish press re | - | : Double D ith Mi 
ports that Russia might make as resser we sever 
It was believed tained by Tito and his wife @t euch conceccinn« duriz - . 
may produce a a reception at the president Klementi roahi . Matching Chest of Drawers 
e by the three presidentia White Palace. low’s visit t Soleil meet - 
onstitute a “third Several hundred guests, in- month sates: ) 4 | ' _ — Bookcase Headboard Bed 
ay a middle cluding about 100 newsmen, at izvestia added: “The cam | Simmons Steel Coif Spring 
ms still uncom- tended. But two Israeli corre- npaign for a revision of the fron yy 
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report on Nasser’s 8day good- of the Finnish press cannot be — ; ) A ; 
ique said “an will visit were denied an in- regarded as anything but in- | if = | ces 2 Plump Feather Pillows 
ms on the in-' vilation appropriate.” -- a ' } 


NATIONAI 


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Nasser aise mentioned 


| Red Air Buildup = : | =4> EASY TERMS 
Pope Urges Mother Visits |cviet of" souk Koress am 


Force warns that if the Com- 


munists attack again in Korea. 


Resistance to (Guy Burgess _jxjs; = tet ie wit sven 8-pc. SOFA-BED 


R ] P | Vi within minutes. 
»Cce .4* r “We have no wavy to defend 
ec ré ssure n ¥: Os ow ourselves against the first at OUTFIT 
tack.” declared Lit. Gen. Kim 
VATICAN iy Jiy is @ LONDON, lly } »—The Chung ‘ ul the ROK Republic 
iT ; : 4 mother of runa’ ‘ t(ritish dip. of Korea Air Force Chief ‘ 
, — , ined Stef. in an interview 


: Ju ; ;s 


her son in Moscow in a new in- rag Sabrejets—one ROK an 

stalment of the cloak-and-dag- one American—in Korea would 

ger Burgess .and Maclean offer no more than token rescict 

. ance to the more than 300 MIG of 
jets the ‘ ommunis*s = , 


The Foreign Office. pressed co 
hy newsmen’s rie eo, tnrow into the initial assault 

Kim declared 
United States Air Force off 

cers said privately that the 
Us a aoe te tremendous Red plane build 
i ; if .ee 7T Sr - 

: 4 th , up. in violation of the Korean 
arrive ; Tt ' . . " 7 
= enero Armistice, is partly responsible ® Modern Tapestry Sofa-Bed 
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burgess, 45, along with States air strength out of 
Chair 


ald Maclean, another Foreign Korea 

Office official. turned wu n “We would be sitting ducks.” : : : 

Moscow, in February, afte: ssid one officer Plastic Occasional Chair 

Syear disappearance.” Modern Blonde Cocktail Table 
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Kremlin Belfrage. British-born writer 
— : = deported from the United 
nne Bargess motner — socialite States because of ( omrmtul ‘ 
i by Com- Mrs. J. R. Bassett—told news ..,nectinne ic now broadcast 

the Bishops men then she would iS| ing for Moscow Rad 
nen of Albania. son “if there was any ossi- Relfrace who was shinned 
slovakia. Hun- bility of doing so.” hack to his native England last 
Poland tO- Maclean already 1s ' *T) August. came on he sir from 
ny. “and joined in Moscow by his Amer- Moscow today. The broadcast 
of Europe ican-born wife, Melinda, and was the first indication be had 

their two children. gone to Russia. 


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Pees? Covidt Amends Pension Bi [JOHN G. WEBSTER Says: 


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CSUNDAY 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. » dae wi ae 
Py Reuters | 
| MOSCOW, July 13—The Rus-: 
yng OF ot ‘sian government today accept- 
ed an unprecedented series of | 
, parliamentary amendments two) 
rove 5 one of its bills and set another | = oe _ 
A suY o) precedent by appealing to Par-| | 


WITHOUT liament to pass the nt 


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SEEING ‘ concerned 


BOYD'S “THE BIGGEST DISCOUNT HOUSE IN Ton: Premier Nikolai Bulganin ap-| a ; 

pealed for approval of the) % | ~ 
s amended old-age pensions bill | 
SAVE! SAVE DURING BOYD 5 by the Supreme Sovict (Parlia-| . 
° ment) at separate sessions of | 
the body's two chambers Sat- ) . 
urday Me h. 
PRE-EXPANSION His appeal, at an aftérnoon a | — 


session of the Council of N& 


tionalities (upper chamber) was . . 

believed to be the first time a oll * va 
Soviet Premier had ever asked _ i _ 
the Supreme Soviet for approv- ' bas 

ts i) el of a government bill in- oat 
tead of taking such approval 
ER DISCOUNTS 5": | ™ 
ET EVEN GREAT The two chambers were ex.- . 


pected to pass the pensions bill 
unanimous'y despite the upper . 


TODA house's history-making action " : 
Y SATURDAY! in proposing amendments to it : 
OP ° yesterday , 
Soviet Parliament members 
EN 9 am. fo 6 pm. had never before been per-| o1vision CHRYSLER CORP 


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OPEN SUNDAY ele » ST. OMY — than the anual budget or 


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CHRYSLER AIRTEMP sions =by 13 billion rubles in Air F B FI 
250 000 , Sabres—are refueled simultaneously in the (| at Exlin Air Force Base, Fia. 
fen Cosoment TOP BRAND $3.250,000,000). " ons 


ee an ee $277 3 =e, the autet inv Rick, ECON” same a RUE 
Se aie ab arg VA TON pension age from @0 te 50 be W estern Aid for EK gy pt Ollenhauer 


Req. $349.95 GE *, '$ 7 cause he said “we must coun e 

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thong Fe $ art nents proposed could be| By Socialists 
Button $187 + phen American. British and World worked out a Nile River water o 


’ 
Witt Chasetneat The government's draft bill. 


Control , - use agreement with the neigh- wie + ® ° 
presented Wednesday at a joint Bank help to build Egypt's s Sud b ' re MUNICH, Germany, July 13 
Reguler $579.95 TOP SRAND nen, $319.98 PHECO session of both houses, was Aswan Dam once again seems poring r = sypulan Su: im _The West German Socialist 
TON FLUSH $ *s Sg warmly welcomed as a whole.|i;"-ely Conese talks are > i im PFO®’ Party today reelected Erich 
MOUNT with 1 TON Plush But Wester: ge ress and appear to be nearing Oijenhayer as its leader in the 
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Mount Model the criticisms ‘na tunaiinaiain nD a Settabe and a — agreement n ' campaign to unseat Chancellor 
2095 7 as the first stage ir mn prepared to go through) The State Department, DOW’ k onrad Adenauer in next year’s 
Reg. $349:95 TOP 3174 = ge in a widening with their part of the plan as ever, in recent months cooled ’ ) 


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7% , agreed on last winter, the key off on E tian President 

HOTPOINT Flush Mewnt with a Soviet “democratization” now lies With the Eisenhower Gamal A fag A hecause | The 55-year-old former salés-| 

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1’ TON TON 7's Amp. Flesh $ "y - bill . a de ‘ _State pos cle Sources tions with Moscow. Nasser did largest party in West Ceermany, 
With Therme- $997 vaevensetas of 60 and for women ai "85 7 the Uni ted States announces it British grant but sought an ad- ‘ nd year-o anceiior. 

Req. $259.95 FRIG- $ les old-age pensions init epee to make the $56 ditional commitment on later The unanimous vote for Ol 
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; 9s ment er Reguler Bulganin said the proposal] to ae as a Se ect In addition. ’ there has ae — os — poms Some 
een a 3169 reduce the pensionable age for ne ongress must vole been considerable congres-/crat (SPD) annual convention 


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TCHERL %6-TO0 Secular $340 95 men from 60 to 55 enotgh foreign aid money to sional criticism of the grants here. He has been chairman/ 

ee ces 1e°Tem sl when he wound up debate) rece, the funds from the fis-'to Egypt since 1952, when the SPD’s first| 
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ist rt ‘ ashington. Abmed Hussein, torture. 

Reg. $239.95 TOP $ CASEMENT $167 a cnik and other So. Russia Cooling og told » von TR Ambassador In the 1930s Ollenhauer had | 

BRAND ‘> Tea Pech With Thermestet ~~ —— 1 ef the Vat at to- The United Pre ss also re Henry Byroade in Cairo he felt to flee from the Nazis to refuge | 

sion which prec eded rtp ek ported yesterday that Soviet it now would be easy to work| successfully in Czechoslovakia, ' 

of the Council of Nationalit ® Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepi- out terms of the grant. This France and Britain. ) 
€S lov had hinted that Russia may wes taken in Washington to’ The convention also reelected! 


to h ; _ 
NEW FANS. 7 a Baw Bulganin repeat his be cooling off on its offer to mean that the Egyptians had Wilhelm Mellies, 56, an author, 
help Egypt build the multi-mil- decided to accept the Western. as vice chairman, an office he| 
ap Sams som $18.88 | lion dollar project. Instead, ac- offer and as probable evidence has held since 1952. The re- 

aden een N | B Te sa cording to diplomatic reports, that the Egyptians, already newal of the leaders’ mandate 

= eens $38.88 | - e ru ecins sheplov has show n a prefer- committed to a long-term arms reflected the quiet optimism 

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Fon Specie Ts Ik a Wi ] dustrial plants, a move likely to ance it off with an arms agree- their election prospects | 

39.95 Vornede $23.99 | al _ it } bring quicker political returns ment with the West. Reelection of Ollen hauer | tre. 2 
20” Exhewst fon oy the Russians Im their drive World Bank President Eu-\came after the convention em-/ 

+ ee $47.99 | 4 penetrate the Middle East. gene Black saw Nasser in Cairo phatically reaffirmed its deter-| 


50 Wectaghoue fittest Bonn Leaders | The World Bank offered a two weeks ago and assured him mination “never” to cooperate e Quietest on the Market @ Cleans the Air @ De- 


Stet $200 million loan to Egypt pro- the bank was : d t } ‘omn 
Venti lotor j an as prepare o £0 with the Communists. 
Fo $14.88 : BONN, Germany vided the United States and through with its offer. Nasser Pravda. the Communist Par- humidities & Filters and Circulates + Thermostat- 


) , duly 13 @ - 
29 95 . Britain made a combined $70 made no mention of a Russian ty news . oday b! 

Exhoust =, ~ $22. Ls Premier Jawaharlal Nehru ar- million grant and Egypt offer. it was said. , - eee eth nnes ‘widdion ically Controlled ® New Flush - Mount Design 
rived today to see West Ger- for a “popular front” with the| ® Convenient Controls @ ECONOMICAL (up to 


many’s fabulous postwar recov- Reds | ; 40% less<ost of operation than many other 


- ery and talk with government 1 Olienhauer’s reelection was L 
_— GE Fleer $34.99 | leaders about the Soviet [/ S 4 I. ‘Oo Ez f renewed backing for his pro- ™@ es). 
an on oie oe ‘ Union's “new look.” . . OWS «por gram of loosening West Ger- : Wir 
Pedests ae ‘ The neutralist Indian Pre- many's military ties to the . Needs No Special ining ; 
Fon $34.89 mier Was met at the airport by . West while promoting the max- ‘in mest cases this unit will not exceed a —- . rating and mf ~ 
wwe Ce i -W ello .on- > i lomatic relations with instelled on a circuit with ether outlets if 2 qualified person assures 
j pro-Western Chancellor Kon le / f R ‘imum diplomatic 
“. . . a — $34, 39 ‘ rad Adenauer and other ‘oP e O Ussta Russia and the Eastern satel- user the rest of the electrical system is adequate. 
20 Peden te “ $38. cy government officials. lites to gain the long sought 
He and Ade nauver exch anged| By Joseph R Slevin | reunification of Vermany. This unit may be FLUSH MOUNTED will not stick 


warm greetings and expressions  ¥. Herald Tribune News Service ) 


hi b { N hr o¢ , . . : 
ies seer oe. omenit The Administration has au- cluding agricultural machinery, Malava Plans Mission out in the room. Controls are convenient y placed. 
owe ship- the sources state ; 


. Petersberg Hotel, former head-|thorized a $1.1 million ‘ ae : | Reuters ‘ 
poe, $168 NEW TV : quarters of the Allied high com- ment of steel to Russia The space allotment was orig-) ii41 4 LUMPUR, Malaya,|Finished in soft neutral beige. 


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FRIGIDAIRE, PHILCO °9 o~ After lunch, Nehru paid spokesman said yesterday the|demand of would-be exhibitor’s laya will send a 30-man trade 


G.E.. HOTPOINT, BRAND 17 Series courtesy calls to Adenauer, ' | mission to Communist China 99 
CROSLEY, KELVINATOR TV Portatte 9 Foreign Minister Heinrich von|*teel is being sold to the Rus-/Morespace is Deingasked, =— a’ yan in August, it was Regularly $399.95 


New GENERAL ELECTRIC Brentano and Vice Chancellor'sians by a private American announced today. 


o% 14 Serves TY Franz Bluecher businessman. The shipment ‘ P e , , oe. | 
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5O% Off! coer eee they both told news sett steel and will be used by Egyptian Attack | __ PRE VE, SALE 
: mee. . ey . Soviet st 4 
° RCA, EMERSON. CBS, men their talks had “begun A ane me a Renge i to mass | “SHOE-SORE’ FEET «© 


PHILCO, ZENITH, well.” The sale marks the first time) JERUSALEM, July 13 @ pee oe ee Sree PRICE 
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OLYMPIC favorable conditions,” Ade- sold steel sheets to any of the eight Egyptian infiltrators at-| 


o/ ° nauer said. “I am convinced)iron Curtain countries since , Beovides medicned 
DISCOUNTS! for mutual help and mutual ex- disclosed that a license for the Dear the Gaza strip. | irritation. Has 
spokes absorbent corn- 


changes.” shipment was issued on May An Israeli military ' 

Adenauer invited Nehru to a } "but By A ee not — man said the Egyptians fired on | a — ms 

Reg $69 95 state dinner in his honor t& whether the steel actually has the town—a favorite *target of Oowe aa a oot ite 
REGINA night followed by a reception. left the United States raiders in recent Gaza strip Tug counters. 

Waxer and 97 Nehru's main conference with} The spokesman refused to **!rmishes — but that the fire| MEXSANA TO HOMEOWNERS 

Polisher 36: Adenauer will take place Sat-| give either the name or the W45 not returned. There were 

urday. He will be here until! location of the American seller." Casualties, he said. ‘MEDICATED POWDER | 


~si9 ame a _- Tuesday, when he Jeaves for He said the identity of an ap —— ——— | ONLY +8.49 per month 


Brioni, on the Adriatic coast of plicant for an export license is 
FEDDERS Yugoslavia, to confer with Yu-| confidential commercial infor-| 
DEHUMIDIFIER goslav President Tito and Egyp-| mation. 


Reg. $139.95 tian Premier Gamal Abdel; The spokesman stressed that! 2 am, | di Deli & I ll iol 
sovd's tow Price *OD Nasser the decision to issue the export Silver Spring and mmediate ivery nstatiation 
Informed diplomatic sources license was approved by an in- 


mane said Adenauer would seck In- ter-agency committee that in- ; St 4 
22 1H. ROTARY Arlington Store 


dian support for the reunifica- cluded representatives of the 


tion of Germany. State Department, Defense De-| AND YOU GET THESE “PL BENEFITS” FROM 
POWER MOWER ‘They said Adenauer would partment and Central Intelli OPEN SATURDAYS US BENEFITS” FRO 
4 Cycle, 2%. *69 be highly interested in Nehru’s gence Agency. | JOHN G. WEBSTER 


wines ~ 4 Seeties appraisal of the world situation’ He said the committee autho- = “ Complete Selection of ABEA-WIDE SERVICE by Webster's represented. No trade-ins Wo re 
Moter and the Soviet Unions “new rized the \ansaction only after een factery-trained servicemen. Ra- possessions. JNSTALLATION AND 


look” foreign policy finding that steel sheets are in ‘ — _ PIA WO 4i0-dispatched trucks. SERVICE BY WEBSTER S. ove 
COMPLETE LINE OF adequate supply in the United _ FACTORY-TRAINED SALES Pen. ‘"*CP*RICE Where Cestres af sem 
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States and are not on the list q Famous make new spinets SONNEL—No obligation for their 
. - 7 —_ - . ‘ or CONTING 1) ‘Fr. vit + 

GENERAL ELECTRIC GARDEN EQUIPMENT Impeachment Threat of stfategic items that Ameri- ; , and consoles, some at spe- advice and service, LOW-COST. wos netting a my 
. 3 o/ o/ Reuters | cans may not sell to Russia and a cial reductions. A complete CONVENIENT wm ee 19 WE SELL. we mentais 

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“owe 30% to 50% Off! SANTIAGO, Chile, July 13)"*S European satellites 1-7 price range. to homeowners... amir 10% down WH SERVICE . . WE GUARANTEE 

ere Bey oe Py The spokesman said he “as _ | a “ : There's only ONE respeesibility- 
GE. SUNBEAM UNIVERSAL, An oO ition Senator here = ' — - = = oe 
BROMEX, REVAL. DAES he will ask the Chilean *@mes” the Administration will we wo $25 Down--Easy Terms MERCHANDISE—Every unit sold by 7°" @ Wedster's. 


WESTINGHOUSE. WARINC says , _ ie 
OsTER. ete 7 Congress to impeach President approve any future requests for Jona u W eoster Mw **2acty af 


JUST ARRIVED! ; Carlos Ibanez if a document/Permission to ship stee! sheets, o RG A NS ' , | These are just « few of the reasons for baying 


Reg. $2779 95 claiming Ibanez planned to set to the European Soviet bloc un-/| ’ " 
NEW 1957 Grundig-Majestic up a dictatorship is authen- less a shortage develops in this from Johan C. Webster's 


ticated country. 
RCA VICTOR TV HI-Fl AM-FiA Sen. Alberto Mallet made Hammond Chord 


AVAILABLE FOR ; RADIO this threat yesterday amid a U. S. Businessmen : 
3 MAMEDIATE DELIVERY PHONO +f 59 tense political situation cre Wurlitzer Spinet 
ae ‘ated by a report issued by|\ To Hold Moscow Fair , ne For Free Sur- 


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gt Tut DISCOUNT and chairman of a committee’ The Soviet Union has signed enjoyably you cao play 
orders, Delivery. tnetaliation and > y , ence of deposed Argentine business the right to hold an 


rece eh extra where decired. Dictator Juan Peron in Chile agricultural! fair in the heart of | Hours: Daily 12:30 te 9; Saturday 9 to 6; Closed Mondays 2 | Jou mo S WE BST £ 4 
Galleguillos’s report included - 


wiiders or dealers > 
‘ Moscow between July 4 and Au- 
ST 6 Goer? “643i a2 Oe a statement which Ismael de 


7 gust 11 of next year and United 7 eonel TF iha 
la Cruz, the then Argentine : PARKING at the Door Al NDITIONING HEADQUARTERS 
Ambassador to Chile. is said States businessmen are jumping | 


in Clarendon, to have sent to his Foreign @* te chance to exhibit their ! 7 . 
Minister in March, 1965—say- W4Tes behind the Iron Curtain, ) ' 
3195 Wilson ing there was a possibility that;*@ministration sources re-) ‘eo 627 F St. NW. ° Opposite Hecht's 


St. nw. W. Boulevard oi March 22, 1956, President Ye@led yesterday. ) HOURS: Monday Thursday ’ 
Open Sat., 9 AM. te 6PM. Open Sat, 9 A.M. to 6 PLM. Ibanez would carry out a coup,| The signed-contract also guar-| 9332 Georgia Ave., S. $. 5169 Lee Highway, Ari. STORS RS: and mo PM. 


close Congress with the aid of antees the Soviet Union's pur- ‘At Mor ¥ Just off Ge @ Mason Drive ) : 
the armed forees and turn the/chase of at least. $15 million parang! Bay (Just of: By org Ry ee rwe) ) Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Seturday ‘til 6 P.M. 
eT A AN I I RE AT TOR IT Ue 


government into a dictatorship.’ worth of exhibited goods, in-| 


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Ss Saturday, July 14, 1954 eee 


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A fifth lane for vehicular traffic is in use on Key Bridge and soon a sixth lane will be ready. The new lane 
built in the area formerly occupied by the west pedestrian walk, was opened to auto traffic this week. It is 
on the left side of the bridge as it appears above, with Resslyn at the bottom of the phete and Georgetown 
at the top. Workers have removed about half of the concrete fence along the last pedestrian walk. The 
entire half-million-dollar project, which includes removal of streetcar tracks and raising the present bridge 
level by five inches, is scheduled for completion by December. 


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Mrs. C. N. Bilby, wife of the owner of the Cherokee Trading Post at North Miami, Okla., looks over damage 
wrought by a windstorm that blew away the roof and walls. It's the third time in two years it was wrecked. 


Sen. William A. Purtell 
(R-Conn.) applies mortar 
as the cornerstone is laid 
for the new Senate Office 
Building at Ist st. and Con- 


, eee “ 
stitution ave. ne. Other : Z Pre 
members of the Senate Of- 
looking on yesterday are . 
(from left) Sens. William ; al 

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Lancer (R-N. D.). Thee- 
dore F. Green (D-R. 1). 


John W. Sparkman (D- 
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dents of Santorini. on the oa . —_ 
Greek island of Thira, tug : ; - - ? 
on a rope to pull down an ' 

undermined wall in search 2 . ' - — 

of victims of this week's P, 

disastrous earthquakes | 

The death toll ran hich as * 
the tremors were followed 

by seismic waves which LS 

hit coastal villages. Thou- 

sands of islanders are 

homeless in the wake of 

the disaster. 


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\ Greek woman visits a 
ruined church at Santorini 
after the earthquakes. 
The temblors were de- 
scribed as the worst dis- 


turbances in the area in 
the present century. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, July 14, 1956 


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ventilating fan with electrical re- 
rsible motor and automatic ther- 
contrel. Far 50¢5 On oF 
i . room temperature rises OF 
ever , th 
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4 ted to mate perton 
Grill and pe RA Gump. 
4-point cross- 
Waffle Baker aapedt J eed 
List 19.95 ee, SpONTEG 
induction motor, 
rubber -covered 
t 3° cord. Weight net 33 bs. os 
ALL Purpose 
IXER i RY! IN- PC ° RTAB models Res. 19.95 
List 39.95 7720, 7730 and 7620 fans. Adjustable vertically from 60° . 
maximum to 31 minimum. Rolls easily on large rubber 
32 wheels. Made of 7%” O.D. steel tubing, top section chrome 
+ 
Only mixer with 
Dow's and juicer. 
KNAPP MONARCH JUGS 
—_ THERM-A-JUG 
| Rugoed steel construction 
hard baked ename 
serves a3 €@ dGrinkin 
Capacity 


COFFEE MAKERS 
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Sunbeam Coffee 
master 
17.935 Toastmaster 
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14.95 Sunbeam (Lady's) Ay 1 (3-slice) 
28.50 Sunbeam , 1° nienat 
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Vo 1P. RCA 


AIR CONDITIONER 
WITH THERMOSTAT 
LIST $259.50 


179° 


SARTONS 


a MP. RCA 


AIR CONDITIONER 
WITH THERMOSTAT 
LIST $319.50 


| 89-** 


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% HP. PRILCO 3% HP. HOTPOINT 
AIR CONDITIONER SILL-O-ETTE 


WITH THERMOSTAT Air Conditioner 
LIST $349.95 With Thermestet 


LIST $339.95 
210”° 
ORIGINAL CARTONS 


224° 
New ~ No. | Rated - 


AIR CONDITIONERS | Ain conomionen 


T\> Ame. 7% HP. Phitce 
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219° 


ORIGINAL CARTONS 


List 3.25 


THE CATALINA 


THERM-A-JUG 
Sturdy steel outer shell finished in herd 
baked enamel. EASY POUR SPOUT for 
convenience. | Galion Capacity 
SUNSET-GLO or POLAR GREY 
List 329.50 


sale -30 199° 95 


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THE RIVIERA ORIGIN 
SALE 34°*5 THERM-A-JUG 
Sturdy, chrome ey handle for easy 
:. handling. Exterior is finished in durable 


ONLY 
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14.95 Westinghouse Seem, O88 
14.95 GE. Steam 

9.95 GE. Steam Travel . 

995 GE Dry 

313.75 Sunbeam Dry 

14.95 Sunbeam Steam 7s 


AIR CONDITIONER MIXERS 


@wtth Thermestat 


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59.95 

47.50 

19.95 
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27.95 


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Original Carteas 


VENTILATOR 


NEW LOW COST 


UTILITY FAN 


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POPULAR OSCILLATING 


2 2 FANS 
10 49 


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THE MONTEREY 
THERM-A-JUG 


s an adequete all-day sup 
ala 9 j a¢ ¢ rore piated ’ anc a 
rougnesi use > x qi 


withstand 
SALE 5-95 


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acity 


LIST 8.95 


THE SPORTSMAN 


roose THERN.-A. 

Odds and liquids 

Provides a large tray 

3 storage Lignhiweignh? and 
33 aft. capacity 


SALE 8° 


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List 12.95 


Ortetnal Carteas 


Original Carteans 


VORNADO window FANS 


34.95 3-SPEED lov 
64.95 3-SPEED 30W 
79.95 3-SPEED 40W 
64.95 ELEC. REVS BLE 
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1956 Westinghouse 
Dehumidifier 


Fated Ne } mast 
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you con buy. 10,000 
cu, . capacity 
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List 
139.95 


SALE 82°, 
NORGE 
AUTOMATIC 
DRYER 


9 ib. Capacity 
Norge Exclusive 
4-way drying 
List 229.95 


124” 


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HOTPOINT 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 
Pore elain tneide * and 
List 
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TELEVISIONS 
159.95 .17 Admiral 
179.95 21 Admwral 
349.95 2! Philco 
229.95 RCA 

329.95 RCA Console 


WASHERS & DRYERS 


249.95 Whirlioool Washer 137.50 

95 Hotpomt Washer 186.90 
Westinghouse 

179.95 


Washer 

Norge Washer ..179.9§ 
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Dryer 136.50 
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Elec. Dryer . 159.50 


Waiter 


LEC TRIG SKILLETS 


719.95 5 


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289.9S Hotpoint 30” 201.60 
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359.95 Hotpoint 39” 

double oven 245.52 
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REFRIGERATORS 


419.9§ Westinghouse 12 
cu. ft. auto. det 
399.95 Hotpoint 1077 cu 
ft. Auto. defrost 
$29.9§ Norge 13-cu.-ft 
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Mell-Hoffmann 
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10.95 Model 1156 6.57 
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WASHINGTON 
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OPEN 


Daily. 9:30 to 6. Thurs.. 


P te > Bie - 4 2th tee 


41.95 


19.95 *F 


299.95 
261.45 


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79.95 Cap 
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112.50 16” Ges 1.1 ho. FEI 
128.50 22” 


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Nats Put 


ob Addie’s 


Column... 


— 


lt Occurs to Me: 


THAT IT’S A NICE THING the Glasva Athletic Ciub 

and the Silver Hill Sand and Gravel Club are doing for 

e Butch Tipton Fund . These two top sandiot 

ms will play this afternoon at the Glasva, Md., 5ta- 

m. starting at 2 o'clock . The stadium is located 
Route 301, approximately 10 La Plata 
Butch Tis youngster 


’ non 


miles below 


ton s ihe 


los arms an accident 


cent) 
That people go out of their way to 
j be nasty like that Detroit newspaper- 
urgea the Tiger owners 
to Bill 
ne iatter was a B 


Veeck aid more for 


- 
woo 


man 


to sell Veeck « vndicate 


ix ail 


League when he was 


eland thi 
and he was repaid for his ef 


merican 


te o1Tne} ciud 


any 


lubs make mone, 
Amer 
i of an 


~ ‘¢ rest 


> 
> Addie 
- 
- 
ima to note t) man: 

Momotional practices all ove! 


(Peubie was that he the average 


acct pied 


Veeck's« big 


al rhe A 
ine itacue 


gave ian an even oreark 


That ar A, y bpeutenanitcoionm 
goed idea tor changin 

provide no opportunity ito! oficial Or 0 
@yror to a baseball team ' occasion a pop 
im between ‘cogitating 
charged and the batter is < 
the rules be changed allowing 
e@irors to a team and these errors would be calculated in the 


team's fieldin 


says they 


charge an 


fly drops 


he 


writes no error is 


t. I suggest 
to charge 


players he 


redited with a base hi 


the official scorer 


tad 


~ averages 


‘Squeeze’ on Tigers, 12 


Valdivielso 
Bunts Home 
Roy Sievers 
For Victory 


Ry Bob Addie 


Re>-* * 


wespective 


misters 
Swap 5Ren Kallees 


rhe afd nax of the came 
h team scored five 
chth inning and 
blow” was 4&2 squcete 
Joe Vaildivielso which 


n Row Sievers wilh the 


t ing 


connect 
team got 13 hits 
Manager Chuck Dressen used 
seven pitchers and. to ne 
topper on this mixed-up game 
Lonnie Gros got tie wictory 
only one pitch. It happened 
Grob reliewed Bud Byerly 


—s hi 
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to | 


>» 


en 


The Washinaton Post 


Times Beraid 


om, 


’ 


ht Ce 


it) 


SATURDAY, 


JULY 14 


» 1956 


& 


Yanks Amble 
To Seventh 
Straight 
Victory, 10-0 


NEW YORK, July 13 @ 
Young Tom Sturdivant breezed 
to his eighth victory with a two- 
hitter and Bill Skowron batted 
in four runs with a single and 
a home run as the New York 
Yankees walloped the Cleve 
land Indians, 100 tonight be- 
fore 40.664 


It was the straight 
success for the Bombers and 
hiked their bulging American 
League lead to 8 games 

The 8% game edge the 
Yanks now hold over second 
place Chicago and the Indians 
is their best advantage since 
1953. They now have won 
six straight from the Indians 

A five-run seventh inning. in 
which the Yankees swatted a 
double and six while 
sending 11 men plate 
put the game well beyond 
reach of the third place Tribe 
and guarapgteed Early Wynn's 
fifth defeat in 15 decisions 

The only hits Sturdivant 
gave up tonight were a two 
out. fourth inning single by 
Preston Ward and a one-out 
fifth-inning ground rule double 
by Jim Hegan 

Skowron batted in a run with 
a single in the first inning off 
Wynn, then hoisted the Yan. 
kees into a 40 lead in the sixth 


when he sliced his seventh 


seventh 
TY 


’ 
ais) 


singies 
to the 


On Two Homers 


Phils Knock 
Reds Out of 
Lead, 6-4 


CINCINNATI, July 3 W— 
Philadelphia's Phillies hit two 
homers and nine other hits to- 
night, defeating Cincinnati's 
Redlegs, 64, and knocking the 
Reds out of the National League 
lead. The Reds got seven hits 
off Curt Simmons who went 
the distance. 

Stan Lopata hit his 15th 
homer of the year in the first. 
Granny Hamner made his sec- 
ond of the season, a two-run 
blow in the second. 

The Phillies capitalized on an 
error and three singles for their 
winning tally in the eighth 

Hamner reached first when 
Shortstop Roy McMillan muffed 
his grounder and went to third 
on a single by Ted Kazanski. 
Another single, by Simmons, 
brought him home 

Philadelphia added another 
run in the ninth when Hamner 
belted a single that brought 
Del Ennis across from third 

Brooks Lawrence, trying to 
run his record to 134 on Fri- 
day, the 13th, was knocked out 
in the third 

The Reds took over the lead 
in the bottom of the second on 
Gus Bell's homer that scored 
McMillan and Wally Post ahead 
of him 
PRILADELPBIA 

AB 


CINCINNATT 


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Bill Tuttle 


S20e@ COON--Sco”rvo-B 


SQ COC COOW--ea- 
Sere OSo-wOOO900 ve 


- 
~—OO-O4 24uw*euneD 


THAT JULIO BECQUER proves a long-time nter : mn third and 1 put Js : homer into the right field seats 
mine. that left-handers can play third base : . aomner inte the wages el6 coats 
tet. there's no reason why a southpaw couldn't be a ca 
= Baseball experts used to give you tne n alarkey 
la@itt-handed third-baseman has a natural spin on 

ies hard to handle ms to disp 

se would a | 


: 

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Tetele 881177 7 Teta 47 
aPanned for Lawrence in 2nd 
drat for in ’ 


Philadecivhia 
Cincinaati 


Yanks 

of their 
seventn 

and 
runs 


the 


if} 


uncove red 
IS-hit attack 
when four straight 
an error scored 
and brought re 
liefer Don Mossi. Two singles 
and Andy Care’ double got 
the other two runs home 
pienship at Birmingham, Enc. yesterday CLEVELAND “ew vor« 
Scores: 6—3, 4—é6, 6—4. Davies will play <itine wr: 
Seuth Africa's Trevor FPancutt today in the 
fimals. (Story on Page 11.) 


1c) eee e11—4 
138 e808 @wve—s4 
singies Ee, fypes. 
tnree or Bi amner 


left-handed 


That w 
to have forgotten 
Was a good one 


HOFS ON HOAD Michael Davies eof 
Wales defeated Lew Head of Australia. the 
Viunbieden champien. in the singices semi- 
fimals ef the Midland ( eunties tennis cham- 


oa! } ; Acker 
‘ HBP... Br 
met jiroes. W 

Acter i-] t 
ave memorie« ] remem- ‘i. Gecorr. TF 


That baseball fans h 
ered only Whitey 
field fence at Griffith Stadium 
that both Wayne Belardi and ‘ 
@a@ it this year, t Anyway, Im 
@ fhe All-Star game. 


long had 
Herzog hitting a home run over the right 
fans remember 
Maxwell of Detr« 


qd Duke Maas 

lox<< 

Va'tdy Sincles in Toe 

ure novo [ The Tigers 
— Te . |Rames with 


mek an 
the 
Several 


Wwe Yee DD Ves tae 


Potts Takes 
Tennis Title 


Hard Werk Pays Off 


‘Walter Reed’s Tinkham 
Named Olympic Coach 


By Jack Waish 

@at!l Beno rr 
hard-working young man who has been in 
for a long t made his biggest splash yesterday 
Tinkham. who at 24 has coached the Walter Reed 
ing Club te six consecutive National AAU women's 
was namec to lead the American women in the Olympic 

ourne 


ear coe 


harlie 
opened ws on 


‘al ° © *> 
‘aas im ft 


oe Tetals 


Braves Defeat 
Bums Twice. Geveland ~ eon e608 G00 Defending champion .Steve 


me ‘ 198 O85 Six—I® Potts won the Military District 


MeD a i Selbers Mant :, 
a Fir t oon > eee, % of Washington singles tennis 
—, ron ‘ ; r? fant 
lake Firs ty 
7 ‘ - ~e Cer 


championships, defeating Doug 
MILWAUKEE July 13 & 


Craig, 6—0, 6—4, 4—6, 6-3, yes- 
terday at Ft. McNair 

Joe Adcock’s grand siam homer 

in the nightcap paced the Mil 


Potts and Craig teamed up 
to win the doubles title, beat- 
waukee attack tonight as the 
Braves swept a twi-night double- 
The 8 to 6 victory in the first 
game restored the Braves to 
— |) - ee The Braves now lead by a full 
: vile - be — game and 16 percentage paints. 
tunnels had =e ect yester- The Braves have now taken om 
came up with his grand slam in 
the sixth inning as the Braves 
ing game but had to score twice 
more in late innings to claim 
Don Drysdale, Ken Lehman and 
Clem Labine. Labine. who a! 
hits in all. 
(Fiest Geme) 


ing Lt. Col. James Gerard and 
header from the Brooklyn 
first as the Cincinnati Redlegs 
re three straight victories from 
trailed 41 
the victory 
lowed the Braves single runs 
MILWAUKEE 


7s 7 7S 3 
ec 78 te ‘7 14 


Tetals 


37 45 
“ : , 


iirst. Harwey Kuenns and Ear 
Torgeson singled and Chartic 
Maxwell walked to fill the 
bases. Al Kaline’s sacrifice Ms 
orougnt in one rum. Tor : 
who went to third on the fis 
was balked heme br Ramo« 
Bolling homered in the 
ona inning te boost the 
tr margin to 34 
Nats came up with tee 
m thelr second. Sievers 
and took third on Tonys 
and : singie. The latter mowed 


ine 


“THAT BOSTON COULD BE ready 

Bos." An exhibition is scheduled there 
season between the Baltimore Colts and the New York Giants 
an@ the game is being embraced enthusiastically Boston 
& Bungary for big-time football .. . New York is in the minor 
leagues as far as college football is concerned because there 
are fewer football attractions every year in the Big Town 


football again 


aaa 


hefore the regular 


san? ° 


wer 
De A SERIOUS 
swim me 
>ian 
Sw im ™ 
titles 
Lames 


The 
_ Ws . runs 
--Enat something is out of line somewhere when wrestling 
@ Capito! 
timed them aw 
laughing 
other w is: 


SHAT HANK BAI 
splur ce and his po 
lorgeson walked A though 


Ree hit 19 homers ; ty 
mmfor league season was | and moved upon Maxwells m have 
field out. Kaline got an infield recent Olympics- 


- . hit : orgeso he i wecoond 
at it all depends the ing of a great play... “ 2 T e " q 
. Stone relieved Stewar' 


die Yost mad point and Raw Boone gro 
hich were almost duplicates the Ken to Valdivieles whe three 
e All-Star game Everybody said Boyer Roig t to t Ke 
great third-baseman if he plays that way ond. Rowg Gred to Ru 
Yet. Yost’s fielding in the Yankee — Boone but 
but paid any attention See NATS, Page 13. Cel 3 


brought up the 


‘apere la A—40 


—— — — 


Arena played to a full house Thursday night or ye 
mad om the relay then “ing career at Walter Reed. Tinkham 
SO scored Doth men " : . te . le ; ne Tre i he woncger is 
swimming honor 
for Jack Cod) Los 
yo 


3 ve h : m ; as ipevre 


Angeles 


The Nats 


Lemon and Pete 
watked in the 


* & 
American women 
[ating poorty in 
(hey failed 


peftore im one 
been off 


ver had the fifth 


his hitting has 


ere nr 


ENTIRE STOCK MEN’S 
SUMMER FLORSHEIMS 


— 


originally 18.95 to 24.95 


2 wim a 

19562 Tinkham expects a f 
sewing at Melbourne 
tminme our team will be 
well-Dalanced a5 any 
sasc 


ree great plays in the Yankee series 


ones 


> late 


= — 
er" — 


A GOOD BIT of the 
ance will be supplied by his 


Dark’s Hit eG Sees cr ode od ae 
Y . tional records 
Stops Giants : 


serves 


good nobody Don't 


ke my word for it, ¢ 
fer the game 


022080 20% 2. se~u- seep 
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a otals 
ae = B tsHINGTON 
They include =.” 
chamfiiens like Shelley Mann. 
Mary Jane Sears. Dougie 
Grey. Wanda Werner Mrs 
Betty Mullen Brey. Marie Gil- 
let amd potential champs like 
Evies. Martha Ann 
Phyte and Brenda Dietz 
Miss Mane supplied her 
team s reaction to Tinkham’s 
. Were so happy. be- 
done much for 


the heavyweights 
it if he ever Floyd 
Machen could beat Ar« 


Machen is hest of the young 


— : 
—-8h@wge- 


Patterson 
hie Moore 


and will meets 


still don't 


prove 


Jack Ransohoff, 6—4, 6—4, 0—6, 
Dodgers on scores of 66 and , —— 
were Gefeated 64 by the Phila 
the third place Dodgers 
The Braves picked Don New 
Newcombe lasted ont! y¥ 
think 
im the seventh 2nd eighth in 


6— 2. 
65 and moved back into first FREE CUSTOMER PARKING AT ALL HAHN STORES 
piace In the National League 
ALL HAHN STORES OPEN SATURDAY! 

delphia Phillies. The second 
victory added to their margain 

Adcock. who smacked a two 
run homer in the opening game 
combe for six runs on six hits 
in the first inning of the open 
through the first inning and 
was followed to the mound by 
nings. Was charged with the 
loss. The Braves banged out 15 


Hundreds of pairs of FAMOUS FLORSHEIM 
QUALITY SHOES greatly reduced... wide va- 
riety of styles, colors and sizes in NYLON MESH, 
SHANTUNG SILKS, VENTILATED LEATHER 
and WHITE BUCK COMBINATIONS. 


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morning from 
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10.95 to 14.95 


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elior Raymond B. Allen of UCLA 


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same mind as Gov Knight 
¢ formal Or a 

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for “ 

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' ball and a the (ardimalks 


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CHICAGO, July 13 #&—Short 
stop Ernie Banks tied a major 
league record by playing his! 
394th consecutive game since 
breaking in as a rookie in 1953 
and used a seventh-inning sin- 
Rie to power the Chicago Cubs 
to a 746 win over Pit 
here tousy 

Banks’ first-pitch single off 
all-star pitcher Bob Friend 
scored Dee Fondy. who had 
tripled, with a deciding run 

The Cub shortstop tied a rec. 
ord set by the late Al Simmons 
then of the Athletics in the 
American League. 

The Cubs pcunded Friend. 
who won last Tuesday's All. 
star game in Washington. for 
15 hits during Bob's seven in 
ming tenure and saddled him 
with his eighth loss 

It wes also Friend's ffth 
Straignt setback since posting 
his Lith viet June 16 against 
>t. Louis at Pittsburgh 
PITTSRURGH CHICAGO 

, AB ROA. 


By 
NEW YORK. July 13 ®—I 


Bil] Skowron throw a foothal! 
Wertz in their first 
at Yankee Stadium 


land's Vic 
yesterda’ 

it wae 
contac? 
Lebovitz 


an licegal 
said hal 
baseball 
writer of the Cilewe 
land News In foot 
ttsburgh bail it would heve 
been a lSvard pen 
aity.” 

Just an accident 
said Skowron. the 
Yankees muscled 
first baseman. a for 
mer footbell player at 
Purdue University. “] 
was running clearly 
within the base path 

r touched the 


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record total of ear PO 
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determine the three I 
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BALTIMORE, July 13 ™ Occasional 
Lou Skizas hit his first major- ©0sed the fi: 
with his seventh vietor v of ‘the tied Notre Dame 
edged Baltimore. 3 2, ever made al 
before 7471 fans decathion cor 
HOS onds by 4. W. Mashburs 
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a 98-no bulge over 
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; He won the )00-meter 


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year as the Kansas Cit corey Lewis for 
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im pain bet got seriously burt Wertz went 
oot with 2 brumed left hip and a groin injury. 

Lebovitz reperted that Skowren violated 
role 7:08 wihech states that interference by a 
Tuer arcers “SOen @ rUenning the last half 
of th @efamce frome bome te first base he 
rum ctsade—te the left ef—the foul line and 
™m the wergere s+ »udgment mterferes with the 
fie"ier taking a throw te first base. 

“That Skewren definitely interfered with 
Werte & evidert by the collision.” said the 
Cleveland writer. “The phefes show dis- 
tunmrtly Skowren running inside the line.” 

Skowres said the accident was a common 
ome om seach throes. “Tve been bumped at 
least Give tieees thic year, the same way.” he 
adied “T's ome of the hazards of playing 
ivet bese.” 

i keow ope thing—it certainly was not 
mientiienal en my part. It was just one of 
these things Wher @ low throw comes to 
you, ss materal for you te beck up to get 
he bell en a2 bounce. That's what Wertz ap 
parently €t. aod when you @ i you're in 
uwntile 

Told ef the “Wegal contact” 
Jamaee fost baseman reterted 

“l trapped ower Wertz's right foot. What did 
iuey eapect ape te @o—siop and let Wertz 
ack ep the bell” 

Sijoeren’s teammate. Hark Bauer. whose 
cand + 2m bommer helped win the game. added 
ms tee ceats worth 

“Every teeee theres «@ collision like this 
“antoedy starts yelleag ‘football tactics.” It 
heppemed vet year when I ran inte Nellie 
Fox of the White Sex. trying te break up a 
Gombe clar. T “Sy screamed then, too 

Siwrks, thes & ne pesty-waist game.” 


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BASEBALI — BU asbhmegtce 
Upsets Hoad 


Detrek. WTTIGITVY «how 
BIR MID LAM 


Su Is /—Undredictable Lew 
Head ef Australia. the Wimbie 
Gem champion. was upset 
tie known 2)-year-old Weish- 
teday im the semifinal of 

[=e Midland Counties tennis 

tournagient. 

The Blend Davis Cup star 
eaten 6—i 4+—6. 6—4 by 
| Devies. whe started to 
eut of the tournament be 
se be Ggured be didn't have 

a2 coS2ree 
Heed. already winner of the 

Lustrahan, French and Wimbie- 

Sem crowns and needing only 

ihe Uneted States title for a 

tare “grand siam.” played dis 
mterested|y. as often has been 

the case im bis career 
Devies’ final epponent fs Tre- 

Pancett of South Africa. 
she elemimated bespectacied 
laresiay Drobay. ex zechosio- 
vakien. now a citizen of Egypt 
amd resident ef London. The 
sore was 6—j3. 6—4 

Just before the match started 
today. Devies 
the met and told the Australian 
he bed te play tomorrow for 
bes hometown, Swansea, against 
Card:ff. 

“De you think I cought .to 
scTatech”.” the young Weishman 
asked 

“TI doen't know.” replied Hoad. 
“That's up te vou.” 


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BOSTON. July 13 W—Jim) 
Piersall proved the man of the 


}moment for the second time in 


as many games today when he 


drove home the winning run as. 
ithe Boston Red Sox whipped 
the Chicago White Sox. 54. 


Last night Piersall walloped | 
a ninth inning two-run homer | 
for a 31 Boston triumph over 
the Chisox. 

The Bostonians literally had 
given the White Sox their first 
runs in the opening inning as 
the infield made three errors 
on as many chances, allowing 
Chicago to tally without bene- 
‘fit of a hit. 

Boston came alive at the bat 
im the sixth when they put to- 
gether a walk, three singles 
and a double play for three 
runs. 

George Myatt, Chicago's 
third base coach was chased to 
the showers in the ninth by 
Umpire Bill Summers after re- 
fusing to stay in the coaching 
box or beyond the box, in line 
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MANASSAS, Va., : 
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man-stock cars will be held at 
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here Saturday night at 8:30 
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Wally Gore, current point 
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Other drivers expected to 
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Former Coach Dies 


PITTSBURGH, July 13 & 
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1? THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD Saturday, July 14, 1956 


Swaps, Nashua, Fabius Run in $100,000-Added Races Today 


Plas MisterGus | yee, «| SENT a Golfer Finally Finds 
oe Pa Millionaire or 4 anes Ti artack His Lucky Hole MeNair, ; 
Entered at Favored at “ a "ee WlRide | it reed Gencal Moar Roger sGain 


Hollywood | Monmouth x / a a Bs Calumet Ace | srs seine reucraay |, Tetsceded Pred. MeNair 


at Twin Lakes golf course , 
) ee ae | hole No. 4 . Barney Welsh and Cortland 
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EWOOD July 13 By Walter Height | | | CHICAGO, July 13 —Preak. Today, playing another Ferguson, 6—2, 6—0, in the 
#—Swaps, wv | pro Biell Reports ) | , .- * eo ness winner Fabius, with Amer-| Townd, Marshall get his sec- | second round of the Woodmont 
three world recar: end OCEANPORT. N. J}. July 12 a ” ee icas hottest jockey astride. is ond hole-in-one—at the same Country Club doubles invita- 

: | | | | ee fav hole and with the same No. (tional tournament at Wood- 
etieeer th : ice six From all appearances it will be / , | avored to conquer seven—or 5 iron 
, | ‘possibly cight—trivals in tomor.- ; mont yesterday. 
, | | | [en |row’s $100,000 added Arlington — In a two hour and thirty 
Hollywoo p Handicap tomorrow on te classic minute maich, John Bennett 
tomorrow rhe febulous 4year-old is a The Calumet Farm ace will be . — eed ae ag 
——_ - hnlde 14 Siated ve away weight and | rrr 5 piloted in the rich rile ehase P k ~ | ‘ enes an ar rown, Set 
ame p ei , poy fake AN, = : , in the 2 ist . ; for 3-vear-olds by Willie Har. ar s enTinis 64 In another match. Lewis 
Pards, oe a ond one-sixteent! running of | $100,000-added : “eo tack, the riding sensation of the ~~ Mulitz and Bob Davis defeated 
, 4 ‘ h " ty bee os 4 Monmouth Handicap — an d ' ; | , current Arlington Park season Starts lodav Bill O’Brien and Dr. Jim Sha 
sheeahth, — mse an@ come stand ready to accuse him 7 Fabius, who finished second oe fer, 61, 6—2. 
ag: He of teking money under false , —_ to Needles in the Kentucky Der. TODAY'S SCHEDULE 
The Gold Cup j al pretense ) ._ = by and was third in the Bel- Thé Public Parks tennis Robin Hivsensitel gi ny A ey 
<1 wy fe } ‘ ‘ - 4 . = os 
ore his a ond | In fact, the opposition Nashua OF se champtonshipe begin today, 10 Sheet nd Ensien Wertele “ 
is ) nas scared out of the race is tee = a. m., at East Potomac ’ * 


hai : TI Arli Field Adair ana’ Boo ¢ — 
ote . oe air on ° , 
A e > , P oe ; . ington nen Al Talkin is seeded No. 1 in onl m—Stan niey Rumbougd on 
. : — . ~ > "AGO wir ia ™—FPield fer . aene ry eetereon v6 ohn net 
‘ . i. ** ; ’ - P ; - - men Ss. 7 : : - ; 
The Gold Cup Field The Monmouth Field 2 A BL a S singles. Phil Neff is sec-jand Tea brince 


‘ : ) 4 . . ond seeded . The winners will slay in the soml- 
pat ee eR: St: aay + EANPORT. N. J. duty 13 r—The | fh, 1. oF ables A - oe £3 ded, Bob Cage thifd,| sash ot tse pm. and the Gnals will 


field r temerrew’s £6£1060.000-added Deoubledordare Tre . Ingram fourth and ee played Sunday at 2 9. m. 


Moemouth Handicap ot ao mile and « Fiteht Mist . . 
ae The Warrier’ Frank Dunham fifth. Seeded rey s 
seat , Stine players drew first round byes JAMAICA ENTRIES 
and wont seé@ action until the ; _ $3000 er a ae elms 
(heanette second round, beginning at 2 | . 
eCalumet Farm entry »D ™m 
Grees value, S159.47\. Net te winner ir 
lenrcden ' Pm exeept Doubledesdare First round pairings 
Valensecta -— 4 ° , Ps , : ' oe 8,825 a A M—Phit Debyrns ve. Charles 
aliancelien Farm entre : Ys ; ee et . . £10,000 eee : gt yw 


ehallengzers§ i th $100,000 give and take for Nashua here 


weight« jockeys 
Heree and Jeches 
to 
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22K PR Vewiia 
an =e Ue ee a oe ow 


Grees value ‘seven starters Stes second. S76 Pe ~ - : : : ’ ‘ Post time about 
alee te winner. £100.000 ‘ne sc cond - ane ~ a oe p ‘ 
enn third. §°0. 008 feurth sie one elewviaic wire et , ™= 
Prebable peat time. & 4 oT ——e . : : : 

i ——< | p | . mont, chiefly must outrun 

and one-quar' thie wear mucn superior to the opposi © : : — Swoon : Son, unbeaten in four . irving Banser 

“‘ on he will hi } : ‘ ' 7 ~¢4 1956 starts and twice a winner! . bs Petter vs 

Classic dist » 1 Wilil Nave in the race. ! A : ; 

' yo | nat a ‘ , . ; # over Fabius last vear " G. Andersen 
ord is 1531.5, established in if you know what I mean Bh . Sg Ne | ) : nit a. he 

1950 at ¢ | | im the first category are the , : 4 “ oie a, ee , : liowever. other notanvie con lenes wa. Cal 

rt) ’ ? ‘ . . . : q ¥ < 
. yin yes . Pa . tenders in the classic which will Jehnanses Hamd> 
the Irish wonde: ; ta eees: Find, Fisher | ,? . - gO 298 Wiliam Watking 
lafternoon, Jet Action . : a fr. —. cae E gross $159,325 if all nine start 
= dy and Le Beau Prince; in the sec- ¥ ’ ' . 9 ae ) he and net the winner $103,000, in mar. Wik “Dewi is va. Peter 
if > Y ’ ynd category are likes of Mano ' 4 a , tips” s. ys wo clude C. V. Whitney's Head Man 
z . 

abeth tick, Impasse, Cavort and and Claiborne Farm's fast filly 

rhouse 


Aarcac't on 7 Ocean Dow 
others —— Doubledogdare = 


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als lone Mt + ale But Nashua, making his first A GUSHER—Oil, owned by Brookmeade Arcaro up. At left is Shooting Bull, Pau! Needles ostensibly passed the a ——— OF M4-NIGHT MEET 
nA liste “We ry - . , 4 : iIRaT ACE—1 mij * lass 25 
yl . ased the 4wearolag “PPCarance at this seaside, stable, drives through the rain te win at Bailey riding, finishing second. Oil paid Arlington classic because the .. 660 — oo. Cae 
Swans to record fame in hic laci °*2) 'S the thing and the pre Jamaica in New York yesterday with Eddie $25.70 on a $2 bet. mile distance is too short : if4 Ststenter 
ewo ‘ ine at ction is for a crowd of 35.000. —— — -——— —— -- —_——__— —— he Witch tach. ,< Ring | | 
Tre Mt K , - Ro os irizzie set in during tod+y’'s Cc Dest ach Orie (Wat . Selo ”: itt Honeys Teer to 
vis err’s by Bro- peor: :, aaron: esiroves hy 
PY ae Sy pt hye ; program whieh threatened to JAMAICA RESULTS ARLINGTON ENTRIES arene 
r ne is at we & Mig! ain an 1—5% furlomes: $3500: 1:07 . ) rv 
share of chasing Swa eemed to point to discourag- # cunts Beseuct (Cte) 33.46 12.7 one fi 1 — . After Breaking Leg inj 
other contender ee distar : beach weath Pexie Chance ( Boland) B.10 3.3 11d De ome hes } 2 . mn 1¢ Record 
longs}! ots. Honev's h Beau ™ _ b ~ - ; . at ony ns ale One te Ge. Sehwtser) hy ee a CHARLES TOWN. W Va.. - ere . : ake 
. ’ : , Dp ’ 5 '. ° Ad . | ; Pose ; ' ~~ mir ' i? : 7 
Busher and Blue it, round 7 - © BIENGANCE. \pristiing. © Middiine Soe : CONSENSUS ; ’ July 13—A serious accident was f mile (trot o teld eniry _— 
. lioweve Nashua’s handlers «us tas >» and Casual Friend ul . ae = ion ree ( . 
out the field ) - Wa ent . R rted in the sixth race here s 1, Se 
e sta ed ihe Dig horse will 


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~ Swaps’ 130-pound i: regard! fs , 2—6 furlongs; $3000; 1.12 AT CHARLES TOWN y when Carona broke his 

Wich. and include : “* reZaraiess oF rac condi- | ag Vin yy ry aay ’ 5% 3 ; Phil il, Denfield & Dine In | ‘' Wwuoees iid) let ? le 
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rider Will e NS npems . im @ race that, with nine Slide Sir (Serrentine) 
; ' tal will gross $115,400 and , ‘St*" Fare. Malt Mis 
Porterhouse SO < is » . inde Socializer : ; ; . > 7 " Ne : ; , _ arona was ii acai 
= ne e winner $79.200 The Vorb: a4 Med. Telia ¥ —Seuire Jack 17, Larkechord 1, New - —_ ' 
Bobby Brocato carrie ; > —_e ~ ac: Biack Nip . oo x san Y ad . ; - ; ( even Dy a full le 
T . is at a mile and ea quarter - . '—War Phar t7. Peet Vendor 14 ; oo .. . 
me rack announced | Nashua, winner of $1,158.76 DAILY DOUBLE PAID $175.70 rely ' ‘More | .ii;he suddenly broke dow! 
there will be win Dbettin ri} nd th : ee ¥ 6S } furl L132 . — SS Sues & Fue inn markable riding DY 
” ius ? . ; .**4 = ' i. -~. sta ~~ 
-. u é, e tee d greatest Star Boxer icone . 7} ; i. Denem “14 Hasty , , , Joe Servis prevented the 
on y ei al = aces 7 oppor- Full Brother : C . : io 29, Pelir’s Be 10. Litte|! us : year-old geiding from falling 
unity of : een. Hebrides riz iz . >ivms : : | — 
inging us 1956 me Bob and Robert ¥ 5 4 Assent . : > imto the fiving hoofs of the 
« winnings to a shade over $200. ; P 


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Ocean Downs 
Results 


— Binds 15. Ne Excese 16 . 
»- } furlongs: S3700 Inacea . ' , charging field ‘rona was 
UU or about 25 per cent of the on Aveare) 25 te 18 "8 6 — LANE 7%. Our Je 5. Eilvie . Jered dest: . 
$1 951 900 — Sheeting Ball (Raller) a.» a. 4 . om ere osu vuye 
Law hi purchase price paid sr Apap veterinarian 


oy the Leslie Combs 2d syndi- “ mg Se via tele? @umest. te - tA —ee~ 
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- SIDE 21. Beach 5, Male = , os * injured. DevMe Airtite 
cate f : ’ . 
Winner of 20 of 27 starts in'St%* ae ae a ; ~» "an vem © Stee 


three seasons. Nashua will - — — Dew . Little Hermit 15. ’ ‘we. or - ARLINGTON RESU LTS 


2 uUriong , 

ry > , Clem (Guerin) : % ry: - - 0 wy ’ : 1500 o : — , 

a a pounds, conceding Vet. dat (Areare) ate 13 . 1% Revel Pete 12, ‘ Culseper (Dedeon 3.80 hee 4ée By goeld ye g—Qne mile itroti; $700 \? 
from 18 to 24 pounds to those The See (Atkinson) " ; ° Sue bis ¢ . (Carstens) 4.80 1.40 Purse Broo , | Md Benedict | (Bly $29.60 11.26 5.40 
: reat Ule Maitr »——Heners Tiger 16. Wield 14, Jim. ided Boman 135 kerb 6a 7 “ , Peter Geoiddust (Hubbard 6.00 426 
who face him aaa Dodge mie M5 : ering | (Wings May Gigi (Belote tae 

- — —-- tea 1: $3 , , chem. Ser 2 Jan) te Dba rd -j te : > Bas 

Arrayed against Nashua will 6—s furiesss, $4500. 101% : Admieal Vesa { Seuered Aces , BS. cls can § el adi & : es) ois Protector vo Sane 


. ® Tangrria. Beattie 
4 Tecsin «Belan nd) 4 ~n a ‘ “ . Fr oneazo : ; an . . 
: be C i... henery’ 5 Manotick. Rrichter Dave Choquette) ; seidatternene - j commer Ten 2 ; ker Ww ’ ; =o _ Sem. ; , | Darn! Daly SOULE — PAID 7 Ys 
1:0 Valley Farm's Impasse, Clear- ¥* rote Fea od. Vet's , we -* a "neat State 2, Showers End 15. omen FS ‘$45 ~_geetetes | i mul - ony, Se A ; 
198 Water Stable’s Cavort, ae and Bout" Poin vel Review 4, ‘ ‘ ' 105 Numeric 8 Maiste Tracer (Sheremeti) mete) 
iis Rock Farm’s Mr. First. J Tiga! miles, 85000. 14 AT MONMOUTH aBishop Stables. Inc. enter =~, ace 6 a ; re bee ne ieaee! 
’ ; . ' ‘G 7.30 5 7 5 oiden Dn Laurys Olory egrer 
:? Roe nes Cedar Hil lL. notale titan ~ +40 § te ree 16, Medest Pete 14. Breek DGilvers e 4 Ref : Speed: . Remenes ian R ana is 
" . : ._ , : a. Ped . ” . ire satr ™ - 4 —- her 
. Brothers Fly ing Chief, Mr. and vi. ~ Peseste slew = ~in tiew ti, Murrieane Lede te $500 — - =. me _ — 
Mrs. R. C. Markus’ Mielleux|sam and Plotier Sun Miracle & mikes 2 Bar bal ¥ DOUBLE PAID 8117.60 


. - ~(rigei e 6 Pelly Aca it Little " : 1 76° 
mad Chal Mar Farm's Seven Lys miles, $3700: 1 ‘tT: ee oa Leke Dive. _ 7 = 
« nae Netferfree (Reland) . ; —Se Alwars Mevin 16 . sae ’ . . Te ‘ mole (fn " , s 26 
Rew Maid «‘Martin) . . Re " a. ts Rare, ote atl , gibile ° H - 4 
Nashua will be seeking his seieoten Reed (Anéerson) 8.20; 3 White Orchid 15. Dark ; 1 lt reer ; “en in -_ — - an sf val a ah 
tal tand a7 oy . — = = ° <> ; ° ; treak © Re Leader , ip) : One Mile pace: S700: 2:66 
Stakes victory of the cur-| 8nd end Prince Nam , Mametickh 7 Miel-|£ woons & : /EN ACE ™ (pace purse Toss (Walters) $15.20 6.46 
ren — , ‘ A, “8 asi $7 fur ss; $3000: 1 2. sified . 2 rimeess Lindy (Lag tess) 36.40 
' . Campaien and comes off ——-———— _ 7 |. Gelden Pear & Ladd « T? Warr ; an ij Rrece ‘(Rarile) : S600 Prisks Day ‘(Tre 
of a great victory in the Sub. c G is. LSeriet i4. Neble — Farm Raby's Delight ec : ° 
: . ; Action ird Gene oc lo 
urban Handicap 7 , lear ter ‘ not Anish. brok equip t) 
pana! will be in the saddle again. and 3 r-olds u ua 5. Sk Lady A en _eauipmen 
{ ur ious! the second righ . ws d i] agai a ar ARLINGTON ~ nad ’ at Returt Ager avater 
i , qa, unny Jim Fitzsimmons, trainer _ 1- Misty Style 24. Le Babre 9. John's *Adoe Siine 107 Bo ; 133) wars jeans . = ens Cue e : 
weig! im the field at ill1 Mabie tte “> 3 -i & Homestreteh Flare (Jonesi 
pounds tomorrow is the lone of Nashua. has announced that x Senator | Biake 13. Menkees 11, Set 106 | Pi ' $—5 furiong $3500, 1:07" 
aati t ‘4 ’ ainbes Derby Mor ‘ : auequtrr§ (Carstens) 74.68 66.40 17.060 
in the race, Manotick. She the colt will be equipped with OLYMPIA BLEND 26. Bel Quwes- eran 110 Hewbeck (Hartack 3.60 ° 00 A One 
«hh q . ih : , tien | leans Pride * ‘ } ; Combahee (Heckmann) im | baditioned) Purse $2500 Swish (Malle 
own a distinct li king for blinkers as he was when he won . ; ee Shannen 4. Reclaim 15 . ‘ } Reve Rule Pir Mor Vanhook “Rhee, 4 Rhythm King 
° lon r . : emt > ovi fsar he Lilia s Bes Tranquil , " » + i.) ork Rtokles ' 
le of Yeo routes and looms as ine Suburban Handicap on Dream Pattern If. Final Fole 12 > pou : Pizarro Pren ‘ mt and Pietro _" ty B« (Wa a 
i; one of Nashua's stoutest rivals July 4 " — -~ a Model Rosecroft (No Dri ver 
; ‘. 1S. Blanchard 1%. Wites « » fu $4500. 1:05%; Orpsy Ge ¥ leutt 
Eddie Arcaro, who has piloted| Looks like Nashua Impasse ..?--Ges i‘ Waikiki 14 Lebanon Lad (Jessep) 9.60 3.40 3.20 


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ar. ‘ : : " , " Irisch Cheer (Heckmanen) 6.608 i mee ‘Bheafter) 
‘ashua to most of his triumphs and Cedar Hill to me. . Fabius 1%, The Britons Beat Aussies wy Ow — Rosect 
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yy, land went all out for 375 and Truce Brace Carstens) “s6.80 0.00 . tN ey ‘Satie 2 -_ McB lien Irving Guy gheay Yaree 
-addoc I Pic kee Em at Charles Tow i , TH RESL LTS Autralia got only 81 a Alam Davia ‘Wartack, : ) Be ‘ ified. I Biien Je , ; 1 mie '. $600 : 


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Smith) .. 40 2786 In the thir est cricket ten — > 7 , ” « h ' 7 eller, Qi : 
Post Time—? r.™ High a Silady (M or ef _ ; Bie Beok (James) ‘ " ' See. ae ° 7 | 1 > Quie nh ck Vols Brewer 


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Perce. a)ene rear-alds and op: claiming: | f : : : ne | B+ ateten 4 se i. __ Me ’ Pr lad at Leeds. Birch got 41 for Aus Moris, Beckmann) > he ners ie om + se ~_ 23 —— 
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one-half furlongs (14 fey 15 20-1 | Musk ‘| tralia and Harvey 11. Rod anes See 


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an FO 6 Lady Dori eis ir : ved Wider veer (Tine “aA ing: NEW HO 
srdess e ; I "(No B +» Nothing las r + 30.) mes. $4000: 1-0 Nidowed Boencer ' nneunc ngi URS 


oe : 5 Bi nel ; mena | <= rales "Foie (Reqalboie) - —_——_—— LS ' — — 
: } ; ' “— at (Nelsen . 
Press ae ae > . 6 am. to 12 Midnight 
3s posting nishss 138 8 rugn's Jane, dp Marans Ene mo les Tow / Daily Except Sunde 
T _— : .¥ = . ’ ’ 5) ‘ir a» . 
* and ene cinigenth miles (ih) olds and ee: claiming shoon and Lost Chord a A tar Ss OUW IL iar ? ’ 
_7 light Mt Need a 1's PAILY DOUBLE FAID a7 Si Riverdale Liquer Store 
; at i* ™m : 74 ’ . iCopyr! - se " Ty angie Pp > cat one lnc > 4 } a : « 6214 Balt. Ave. Riverdale, Mae 
wEaTeEa Cuot DY—TRACK FAST +i. : ; 
(Deveau) 2.4 FIRST RACE—Charies Town Course. For 3-rear-olds ~~ ioe — ¢ ' . : —_m = 


Orace. Mr iv. | Men. nin 1000 t 2% s ' od Won 
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out feer end ene-half furtonges 4 


Prefer 


VYVYvOoOSsT Fee 


send bas tealint 1% «0 ceel Mane chey Wa igs les ae: 0. Tea ‘$6.60, $4.00. $240; BRISTOL JOE. 96.20 
ay j neers y “. 74 ? SS t to the mace early. took command and 
. cr) Drafteman tired then 
SIXTH RACE — Pore e toe; 4. : The Fixer. Gottapassem. Junsluske and uring. Bristol Joe 
seven furlon ee. S1200; S-vear-olds; elsiming > Stan Sag a: ight Bit. daPi strongiy to cheliense in the early 
é ished second squalified and placed \a 
. 350 Oi iJ 11S 6 - m Course. For 4-rvear-olds anc 
Trumpington cis, $380 1s be ate 5 so Jets Bor it Lt eee Pivinn ips Purse. $1500 Som. Stet) ages. We 
New Valier « Bhem) 5 : BOU Ry 8 40 $2.20: LITTLE CUPE. 63.00 ‘ Grece Time. | : 
vale Pride owcnase) ! DANCE + ING $3 60 - — — 
cars Cut. So yin ; r 
« Bling Shank. Summér . S08 leas navn ant pt AA ah 
co ox , RACE—Purse 82000 3-year. aliewance: ——@>* Suestepama and F; thers. closed well nearing the stretch but wa m 
Longshot Daily Double ‘Go bee itee © bite oak tie tun furlongs: 84500; 1} suaricrn’ Dance Darling improved sosition im the las 
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. . Polly's Bo (Krat a 108 3 : 
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THIRD RACE—Puree. $1008; 4-year-olds and op. claiming , Pig _ 

beut seven furlenes 14) . : iv oF Needed la ’ 1] ’ —_ . —$__——— - — — 2 ‘ 

° ~ — : ae ' iA miles: $4000: 1 444 lors oc kew V Str. | ‘A Ss 3 it $5.20. $420; POSSESS. 8700 84606 

A +~ S-year-elds; claiming: abeet Lark Sen (Stevensen) *i| on 680 lack! ’ : . ae ; " 
; Striking Heer (Smith) Ae Ar : . tretch tur 
: : : : ‘ts losed wold c.y of 
: Sickhle’s Seend (Leblanc) wet Ang servi bi3 : u a ceu.nt ¢t leadert nearine 
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im he . : 1] | * mits 3500; 1.45 ’ Inger ifs 8 A am the late stages ; 
“ : . ~~ €enatles Town Course Por %3.-vear-oelds 
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NINTH RACE—Purse, £1700: (-vear-elds and us claiming = i i ¢ ET. 8102 20 : ARRAH CINDY 684.60. '% vonee Purse #1500 at 450 Start sood 
ene and one-sixteenth miles (a) “ . ; : T Al r. $22 otis SB Ad. oe mme 86 Wwinge M  Polinger's 
& Hund a Proof 4 " ' r neeaned . = Wat ° aie or ‘ . P : F " tar: ’ J . inne , se a r he : ‘er J At Dalian ri Treined DY R 


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. (Shires = fen ee it 8 ae Say © 1.60 Spring Gro Russo) 117 3 | 
ft P *? ’ Shoe ; . ; " . . 7 ? —~. ? My Seonet - : i] 
- - oe see (l) JACKIE PET ener? 111 $ 
all - “9 aMr Jones and Sh On almpromptu vias 
Best Bet—GALA DICE (7th race) Stakie-Read cates almpromp HALPW OY $12.60. $4.80 $2.60: HAMPACE , $3.40 $2.20 
T ® ‘ nad ' i & 82.2 
escmeemees = . — . i‘ : — » pao ~ 100 fs 1 ' n¢ , a vine maitwar t con ee enterime the firet turn. held on 


p) me w : ‘ . = ' » | : ve : : : to be Dunished te kero Hamoace 
e - . ’ ’ ined br HW tust Ti 1-192 sale ii he last 41 ' Stter. aiwars closest t h co 
ne * anc Wha Wearing down 
° 7? . , wo 4: cxey | sd f e ‘end Sorine Gro did not menace sironaiy | | 
2 Sele varles Lown a Pi aT i(k My sias 
mare + i ; + GUT Bat : One and one-sixteenth miles For 3-rvear 
3 Zayr.etle rGuimi) 11 ar Tae yh pooe Off at rt 6 
= S . of ? / ‘ vin: place rame moer. L & o : e. 13) 
PADDOCK RAILBIRGE OLD BONES CLOCKERS BENNINGS CONSENSU« ¥ buss ‘ ; ; Bienbs n—Lads Olen "Teele ed by owner — 
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Demaret, 
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BOISCHATEL, Que., July 13 
Bill C Jr. of San 
go, running down long putts 
th deadly accuracy 
ond 4-under-par 68 today to 
ke over the lead in the $26.800 
golf tournament with a 
re of 136 at the halfway 
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shing near the end of the 
d in the second round. over. 
oK and passed Ted Kroll of 
t Lauderdale, Fla.. and Jim 
Vemaret of Kiamesha Lake. 
,' who were tied at 137 
Kroll, with a 69 today. fin. 
lar ahead of Casper 
Vemaret, with a 68. was 
threesome just ahead 
ultimate leader 
LTOKs x hind 
iJ6 were Gene 
i Hills, Calif.. winner of 
$26,800 Open last year: Al 
ei\ink of Grossinger’s. N.Y 
y Bolt of Houston. Tex.. 
rrank Stranahan To 
whose 67 yesterday head 
first-round field 
pers spurt the 
overshadowed a record 
ring performance by Dow 
sterwaid of Bedford Heights 
who whipped through the 
1 round A seven. 
nder-par 65 
it was a reversal of 
1 from 74 of yesterday 
put him in a tie at 139 with 
Furgol of Lemont, Ii. 
Walker Inman Jr.. of Au 
ia, Fla.. each of whom shot 
today 


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Arell. Fle 


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Becker Leads 
Area Jaycee 
Golf Qualifiers 


Becker 

dian Spring course in 
| yesterday to 
gion qualifying 
the National Junior 
or 


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lead { 
trials 


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i Washin 
for 
Commerce ; 
scheduled 
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nNamber of 
championship 
piayved Aug 
N. D 

Four players earned places i! 
the 18-hole tests sponsored ‘by 
the Washington Junior Cham- 
ber of Commerce. The other 
qualifiers were: Johnny Red. 
man, Fort Dupont, 72: Johnny 
Adams, Bethesda Naval, 74, and 
Maniy Parks, Chevy Chase, 78 

Jack Doser Chicky Cul 
linane and Bobby Lerner, 73, 
and Joha Si 75. qualified 
yesterday at Bethesda for the 
Maryland iyeee qualifying 
trials to be held Thursday at 
Green Hill Yacht and Country 
Club, Salisbury, Md 


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‘Well, Here We Go Again’ 
Zaharias U nder goes 
Another Operation 


GALVESTON, Tex., July 13 #@—Babe Zaharias said “Well. 
here we go again’ today as she was wheeled into surgery 
in @ pain-relieving operation to aid her in her fight against 
ancer 

The 


greatest woman athlete of her 
time, cheerful and thinking only of 
a ftund being raised in her name to 
aid cancer victims, underwent a five 
hour operatior which was reported 
successful by her physicians 

She made up her mind yesterday 
to have the operation when she was 
told that it had been successful with 
others. The doctors described it as 
a cerdotomy which surgically divided 
the nerve track that carried the sen- 
sation of pain to the legs. 

The great woman golfer has been 
im severe pain for some time and it 
was getting progressively more in 
tense. She had to take medicine all 
the time 

[ know it’s going to be all right.” Babe Zeharias 
she told her 300-pound husband, ex-wrestler George Zaharias 
“I feel like this is going to make me feel much be tter. Don't 
worry, Honey lake care of everything. Don’t forget to 
check Our mail this morning for cancer funds« 

Zaharias spent the five * 
hours she was in surgery 
Stalking up and down the 
hall 

All Il want 
to pray tor he 
dqdeciared 
Ihe Babe 
Sery at 
taken t her an fh 
later. She knew little of 
was going on and only 
bied “I hurt 

\ spokesman fo 
Sealy Hospital said 
geons cut some of the nal 
sensory nerves which lead 
into the legs. The operation 
may cause some difficulty in 
her ability to walk. he ex- 
piained, but “it does not nex 
essarily mean she will be 
paralyzed 

—— 2 mw na’ no 
rves in your hand 
there. 

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Griffs Put 
‘Squeeze’ on 


Tigers, 12-1] 


a bad throw and the run 
ner Knocked the ball out of 
Pete's glove as lorg eson scored 
Frank House was hit by a 
ned ball and Small ran 
him. Kaline scored as Tuttle 
Bor Ihat put 
fad agai n. 6-5 


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carried while 
in more tournament that I mAaICS ODEeNe 
anti more money in golf than /the eighth by hitting Belardi 
any olper woman in history. (with a pitched ba! Hoeft ran 
I Kuenn walks Bvyer- 
eved Chakale lorgeson 
forced Kuenn Then came 
singles by Maxwell. Kaline. Red 
Wilson, Tuttle and Bolling good 
for five runs 
it was when Tuttle wae on 
third that Grob relieved Rverts 
and on the first pitch. fac ng 
Philips, Tuttle tried to steal 
home. He was gzeaq out by 
Berberet to end the inning 
Then the Nats came back 
with five runs of their own 
Herb Plews, Yost and Herrog 
opened up on Gromek with 
three singles good for one run 
Maas came in and faced Lemon 
who grounded to Boone. The 
latter threw wild to second as 
Yost scored 
Runnels grounded to Maas as 
Herzog scored. Maas threw 
wild to second and Lemon was 
sate. Sievers was hit by a 
pitch, filling the bases 
Berberet singled in Lemon 
Oravetz ran for Berberet. Clint 
Courtney batted for Roig and 
forced Runnels at the plate 
Valdivielso t nied to 
‘Maas and nm out as 
Sievers « 
which 


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Tigers Toss It Around 


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Bill Scarbrough, 
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Publinx Final 


SAN FRANCISCO. 


Iwo 


July 13 
harpsnooting Southern 
ers, both natives of Memphis 
Tenn., today won their way to 
the finais of the National Pub- 
lic Links Golf tournament and 
will play for the title tomor- 
row 

Bill Searbrough, 32. now a 
petty officer with the Navy at 
Jacksonville, Fla... defeated San 
Francisco firemen Ovid Seyler, 
6 up with 5 holes to go in one 
semifinal match. 

In the other, a close affair. 
Junie Buxbaum, 38, a 128-pound 
swinger and a businessman in 
Memphis, turned back Jimmy 
Wilbert of South San Francisco, 
2 and 1, in their 36-hole match 


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HOT SPRINGS, Va. July i8 
*—Beverly Hanson and Kathy 
Cornelius fashioned a brilfiant 
nine-under-par best ball of 65 
here today claim a four 
stroke advantage at the halfway 
point of the 72-hole Hot Springs 
women’s four-ball golf tourna 
ment 

In a well nigh perfect exhibi 
tion of team piay, Miss Hanson 
and Mr Cornelius recorded 
an eagle and eight birdies in 
today’s 18-hole round over the 
treacherous, 6375-yard Cascades 
layout. They were five under 
regulation for the first nine and 
four under par coming home in 
bringing their 36-hole total to 
136. They had a 71 in yester- 
day's first ronnd 

Trailing the leaders were 
Louise Suggs and Gloria Fecht 
who posted a fine best bal! of 
69 today for a tota] of 140. Miss 

had four of the five 
registered by the team 
ird position the tour 
ch offers the winning 
combination $1450 and $1000 to 
runners-up—were Marlene 
Baver Hagge and Mickey 
Wright. They added a 70 today 
to their 72 yesterday to finish 6 
strokes in arrears of Miss Han 
on and Vrs. Cornelius 

Alice Bauer and Betty Bush 
carded 71, which gave their 
team a 3J6-hole total of 143. In 
fifth place after today’s round 
were Fay Crocker and Marilynn 
Smith, at Fl, 7F73—144. Last 
year's championship pair, Mary 
Lena Faulk and Betty Jameson 
was badly off form and tied for 
sixth with Jovee Ziske and 
la Armstrong at 145. Fach 
added a 73 today to its 72 


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Tinkham 


Named Ceach 
For Ol ympics 


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Golf and 
as presi- 
the U. S. Pool Cor- 
The latter is a bud- 
ization in which he's 
a partner. It installs. services 
and repairs swimming pools 
Tinkham lives at 4829 Chevy 
Chase dr. with his wife. Bar- 
bara Am. and 18-months-old 
son. Geoffres 

He became coach at Walter 
Reed almost accidentally. He 
was an Army private and 
candidate for the team when 
Coach Jim Campbell agreed 
to disagree with local AAU 
officials 


ana 
ingion 


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TINKHAM LAU DS Camp- 
bell as a fine coach. And he 
remembers going to plead 
with Campbell to stay at Wal- 
ter Reed. When he didn't, 
Tinkham fell into the job. 

Although born in Yankton, 
S. D. Tinkham has spent 
most'of his life here. He at- 
ended Grant Elementary. 
Gordon Junior High and 
Western High. He went to 
the U niversity of North 
(aroluna and was twice 
nicked on the All-America 

imming team 

Stan was 
here 


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a ire 


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hamp as 
at 
der age. Stan said hi 
If vou act like 
train like a 
live like a 
be a cham- 


an interview 
was 
pion 
champion and 
champion—you 1! 
pion.” 

Ten vears later. its ap 
parent that Tinkham has 
been able to instill that phi 
losophy in others. 


Silver Hill. 


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Silver Hill Sand and Gravel 
snapped FBI's eight-game = 
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6 Russia Urges A-Pool 
For All-Europe, U. S: 


By Stanley Johnson 
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MOSCOW, July 13 W—The 
Soviet Union proposed today a 
Europe-wide organization to 
control peaceful uses of atomic 
‘energy, including Communist 
and non-Communist nations. 
Both the United States and the 
Soviet Union would belong. 

The organization would re- 
place a West European organi- 
zation being developed. 
known as Euratom. This is to 
pool the atomic resources of 
France, West Germany Italy, 
the Netherlands, Belgium and 
Luxembourg 

The Soviet Union charged 
that Euratom would be a tool 
of the North Atlantic Treaty 
Crganization (NATO), make 
more permanent the division 
of Germany. and enable the 
Germans eventually to produce 
atomic weapons 

The Soviet Union disclosed its 
proposals in a note to the em- 
bassies of the United States, 
Britain, France and so-called 
“neutral” nations. including 
Switzerland and Austria. 

has agreed with the 
States and other 
countries set up under 
United Nations auspices an in 
ternational agency for the 
peaceful development of 
atomic energy An 64-nation 
conference will mect in New 
York in September to consider 
a charter. Moscow failed in 
efforts to get Red China admit- 
ted to that meeting 
in addition, 


now 


to 


Communist 


oa HE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, July 14, 1956 


13 


countries announced last 
March their own atomic organ- 
ization—the United Institute of 
Nuclear Résearch. The Soviet 
Union promised nuclear re- 
search equipment to a center 
to be set up in Russia. 

Euratom is in the treaty- 
drafing phase. The French Na- 
tional ass¢mbly this week ap- 
proved French participation 

In objecting to Euratom, the 
Soviet Union declared 

“This system would give an 
advantage to thosee countries 
which are not able to organize 
the production of atomic en- 
ergy. It would increase lack of 
confidence and create addi- | 
tional difficulties for the or-! 
ganization of European se- 
curity. 

“The creation of an organi. 
zation ineluding only one part 
of Germany would accentuate 
the division of Germany. and 
complicate the creation of a 
peaceful and democratic state 
in addition, Euratom would 
abolish all restrictions con 
cerning the production of 
atomic weapons Western 
Germany 

The Soviet 
rope-wide 
nor 


Internationa! News 


Second to Horses 


Mrs. Vance Longden, 26, tes- 
tified at a divorce action in 
Los Angeles yesterday that 
her husband, the son of 
jockey Johnny Longden. 
preferred the company of 
the Lorses he trains, to her. 
She won -her divorce along 
with $250 a month child sup- 
port, $385 a month alimony 
for two years and a $10,000 
lump payment. 


in 


Union said Eu 
cooperation would 
exciude bilateral agree 
ment Both the Soviet Unio: 
and the United States have 
agreements with individual na 
tions for exchange of atomix 
information and the supply of 
atomic research equipment, 


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Heart Surgery 
Absolved in 


Girl’s Lawyer Poses 
Youth Court Puz 


A ni 
plaint 


filed a 
charging her daughter 
control, hired 
an attorney to defend the girl 
in Juvenile Court yesterday 

posed a problem for 
Edith H who 
noted that the mother’s actions 


other who com 


Was bDevond her 


Ber 
Judge Cockrill 


‘d in a “conflict of inter 
asked 
lild be expected 
lect proper representation 
Judge Cockrill said she had 
no ready answer, but that she 
1d by a 1953 Court of 
Opinion which fre 
her when she allowed 
attorney, hired by a girl's 
her, © make an appear- 
ance in behalf of the girl 


av.i.gol 
could 


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was Dour 
Appeals 
versed 
an 
mot 

The jurist made no decision 
on yesterday's case, continuing 
it to permit the court clinic to 
Study the girl. 


Man’s Death 


By Nate Haseltine 
Staff Repo: 

The possibility that 

ing artifical heart val 

the sudden death of 

old ball-playing forme: 

invalid ruled oul 
tops) 


a stick 
ve caused 


“no 


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zle 
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In another case, a father of . ' 
, findings yesterday) 
13 children began serving a The dead man is James 
90-day jail sentence which was W. Ellenberger. of 1372 Br vant 
imposed by Judge Cockrill for st. ne., who collapsed Thursday 
night while playing baseball 
contributing to the depend. = ; , 
> a - ae at the Bethesda hevy Chase 
ency of four of his children Recreation Center. 4700 Nor 
The man was convicted Mon 
day by a Juvenile Court 


wood dr... Chevy Chase. Md 
a rs artificial heart 
in the first case of this 
be heard by a 


ani 
vaive was nediately suspe 
when he pronoul 
Dut 


heart 


was by au 


jury 
type to was 
we 

e father earns $84 a week 
of his sons were com- 
mitted to Welfare Department 
care 


wit! 
thes 
Squad 
Suburban 
Among tho 
concerned 
tiufnage! 


ed hiry 


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4 


four 


on dependency 
last May. The 
no provision for 
since his wife died : 

His other children are either 'If¢-saving valve 
grown or are being cared for ‘"¢ patient. Dr 
by a stepdaughter at the hospital for 
- \, 1] ’ lad : 

In sentencing father, WO° Ellenberge: 
Judge Cockrill scored = — , 
ents who sit by and let the Rn. day, Dr. Frank J. Bros 
Welfare Department take care chart, Montgomery ( TA Cor. 
of their children.” ea? announced the autopsy 
findings exonerating the plastic 


charges 
had made 
their 


was Dr ( hal 
of Georgetow 
care Versity Medical Center 

three years ago performed ths 


man 
who 
suMstitution on 
Hufnagel was 

other duties 


the was brought 


Armed Services Ordered | 
To Ban ‘Immoral’ Books 


Immoral books and maga- 
zines are to be banned from al! 
armed services’ libraries and 
post exchanges under an order 
issued from the Office of Secre. 
tary of Defense Charles. F 
Wilson ; 

The memorandum, signed by 
Assistant Secretary Carter L 
Burgess ted 
chiefs of ol 
service 


was dire< to 


all 


ine 
personne! Lhe 

The action i be 
have 
dispatch 
Latholi 
News 


leved to 
rompted by a news 
from the 
Velfare 
Service. 


oecn | 
National 
Conference 
which charged 


Pe a ae. Bee Pee 


/services personne! 


vaive. Ellenberger, b | 
is bi from a cerebral eibbelismn 
a blood clot in the vita arteries 
iOf the brain 
| Death was probably due to the 
imans diseased heart condition 
i'which had been relieved by the| 
valve - insetiing operation. he! 
‘Said. It was in no way attri 
table to the still freely workin ee 
that objectionable reading mat- heart vette en added. Nlenbe 
a enber 
ter was being sold to armed er had suffered bacteria! pone 
in post ex- carditis, germ inflammation of | 
changes in Japan and Korea the heart linings. The disease| 
Publication of the article re- #50 attacked the aortic valve| 
sulted which prevents fresh blood from | 
. flowing back into the heart 
the chamber during the rest mo. 
newspaper Ment alter each out-thrust of 
Archdio- blood from the heart 
Ur. Hufnagel’s now famous 
Plastic ball in a chambered tube 
was Surgically inserted in the 
the body's main artery 
it emerged from the 


in numerous protests to 
Washington according to 
Catholic Standard. 

of the Washington 
CoC Se 

Defense 
that appropriate action would aortas 
be taken fo insure that books where 
and periodicals offered service heart 

personne! “reflect the stand he 
ards of decency and morality ccroner said there is no douht 
which characterize our mili- that the valve, which pern 
tary forces.” the Diood to leave but preven'(s 


he 


order 


stated 


Montgomery Count Vv 


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Drug Case 


Conyiction 
Set Aside 


A 3i-year-old Silver Sprtifig 
man, convicted by a jury ef Ji+ 
legal possession of 41 pounds 
and 4 ounces of marijuana, was 
acquitted yesterday by District 
Court Judge Richmond 8B. 
Keech 

Keech. set aside the jury ver 
dict and entered a judgment of 
acquittal for Raymond Hernane 
dez, 2201 Salisbury rd.. Silver 
Spring. The judge said evidence 
in the case did not sustain’ & 
guilty verdict. 

A codefendant, Mercedes R. 
Lujano, 20, of Monterey. Mex 
ico, pleaded guiity to . the 
charge. Kech sentenced L ujana. 
yeésiccday to serve 20 months 
to 5 years in jail 

The two men were arrested 
when the marijuana. said hy 
Federal agents to he worth ap- 
proximately $50,000. was selved 
last Jan. 26 at a downtowm bus 
depot 

Lujano testified 

Hernandez that during 4 
re he asked Hernandes 
lim to the bus depot 

ck up some baggage. Rofif 
ano and Hernandez testified 
Hernandez did not kaew 
package contained miérir 


at ine trial 


K 


~790" 4 
tae ' 


ech sen 
Coleman 


tencded 
$8. listed 
~ serve 1110 
prison raping 
roovding a 45 Year ld WON 
an last Nov. 9 shortly after she 
irked her car in the garage of 
an apartment building 
Judge Luther W Youngdahl 
gave Rudolph D. Gee. 16 listed 
at 4903 Ayers place se., a 2 to & 
vear prison sentence for raping 
a vou! housewife last Nov . 
Juvenile Court had wai ved ju- 
risdict over the youth 
, Green, 31, listed’ St 
nw. was give 
pris term bf 
Youngdah! mar 
in the fatal stabbing 
Patterson, 
st. nw, 


Lo 


years in for 


—_ 
a qd 


Se 
= 


rn 
Judge for 
slaughter 


May 19 of 
35 ed 


Pearlene 


1210 4th 


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118} 


at 


Fish 


‘+ . 
Smothered 
Re 
‘PIESTE, Italy, July 13—A, 
small fish blocking the intake 
caused the death through 

f oxygen of thousands of 
Italy's rect y 
aquarium Oni¢ 
and a turtle survived, 


most 
here 


eels le 


back into the heat " 
werger alive 


permitted him to engagd 


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kent ss 
ver 


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There is equal little doubt. 
added, that an old blood 
clot from the original dise 
damage broke loose and worke 
is way upward to the narr 
brain arteries. There it blocke 
off continued flow of fresh 
blood to the brain. 5 oO 


he 


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“ADMISSION RATES” 
ADULTS, 80c; Military, 65¢ 
Students (12 te 16), 65¢ 3 
Children, 50¢ ‘ 
Poot Open Dally. 11 A.M.t0 P.M. + 
Including Saterdays ong Suendars 

“Air Conditioned Leck eomes 


Water temperature ‘"e eearees. 
Reom temperature 5 deerees. 


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lyuavrievs cocoenuw? cream oe 


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Old Club Restaurant &; ©, 


oe 


Stone House Inn fo" o"-" 


(el! yeu con ect) served Family ~ he Prome 


Open Deily Old 8 


1Sth & Mew York Ave. N 


Michel's Res RE 77-1956. 


Cencert Recording Ensemble 


in St. Metthew's Court 


Desert Inn 


spere ribs. Dinners trom $1.75 Parting. Duncen Hines eporoved 

mvites you te ty our 

Bae m ow epen fireplece. Notionc! Press 
3.3060 


STEAKS, 


Fresh Hem end Eos Open 24 hours ter your 
Convemence 5.7287 


Hamilton Arms Coffee House °"< 


ah . of Mew York _ Ave, nw 
Ove 


Comoe'ete 


Pearls of the Sea 


@70 Lee 4 sae Approved by Duncen Hines, 


French Cuisine. Famous for French Orion Soup, le Diner 


lunch from 7Sc. FREE —= Closed ho Mondo, 555 Se Washington S., Alex. 
Picture Windew Dering 
mosohere. 


CONTINENTAL 
2nd Floor— Washington Sido. Swperletive America 
Fermeus chet Gebriel cuisine 
1020 Verment 


Diener served from 3:30 Twesdey threugh Sundey. 
luncheor ond no » Sunday neon dinner Closed Mondey 


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behind Longteliow Bidg. Bre:ied Shintebab RE 
CHINESE AMERICAN 


oN eh. Bin ea lly 


Gung Ho '“s,°,%.,5" 
Red Lobster 


The 


Onions 
werege, $1.25. Open Sundeys 


Md. OL. 32-8820. Fried Chicken. tfegas 


S1) S&S Wesh. Sr. 


ch. 
succulent Prime fib 


Mackey & Betty Costin. 
trick 


Prep 


Jwety tender Sirloins 


Form 


seven Seas 


~ os coursd feast te « 
Go: noe ’ midn 


co 


Deliciows Sevthern cocking with 
mode hot retls. Serve your. 
Mendays —- of the soled bew! 


A Tradition of Fine food Since 1658 
Stecks, Cheos, Seofeood 

Washington ’' mest beow 
world fomeus “Longchemes” 
REE ‘Pabknen ter dinner gvests, 6 rm 


= i™m™pie dinner 


ght. Piene music 


Old Eure e 


Porty tooms 


" ‘9434 Wis 


jaan Nw W esto? 


tuncheons 6x “Blanes " 
4x. Osen iI 


from 
om 


piatte » 
om. te |} 


835 17h) NW a 8 
At iS Mill Bidg ber 
Gerage 17th Eve 


Aldo Caf . E. 7.9510, 114g 
e pored from Boa! 

1705 De Seles S&S 

Pizzo. Speciolizing 

17 - Nw 

RE. 7.0805 


919 Sheridan S& NW 
by P. Merchitellli end ¥ 


Cock tos \s Schaffer’s 
Guests of Pear Cor 


A 
jest right tor downtown dinner & Th heater 
mort welk frem Shubert end Nations! 


. MW. Fameus for fare 
Aoole Cheese Pie. Het Popover:s 
Fresh seafood plotter. Open every 


_” Ciro’s 
Gusti’s 


Napoli 
Sukiyaki 


ITAL 


Pe 


Potomac of fF 
Dytch 


np. 


NW 


ws Gwetl’s 
Arb agton Ridge [* Overlooking the dishes Fine 
Skyline. Super temily dinners trom $1.85 

Closed Men. OFT. 4.7900 


7 Ter 
AAA 


Genwne beorbexc ved ‘pore 
Open Deily. Air Cond 


Gourmet 
y Dinners. _ 
Oper every doy for tuncheon Cocktail! ‘a, 
Dining Reems. Complete Ber. Ol. 72-9421 


Weshington’s Club. Delicious chidva 
turbey, hem, secfeod. Dinner from 


s Vi 


Hofberg’s b 


Ave, MW. EX 3.5474 


KOSHER 


Ve 
Refined Family op. 
hug Maryiond Fred Chicken 
Ample free parking. 


elovs eostries from ow 
. NW breok test, 


& Coleevilie L~ 


wea AE Se — 
neuer, Dercing 830 Excetiont cusine 
” Quiet, resttul condie'ight otmosprere 
Awe Meer Michels Gyosy ond 
No 


1113 15th Se Nw 


Ww. ye. | : 1456 


$s Rewmanian 


MAND 


Randy's 


Mnany nw 
NA. 8-0600 


wr Lotus 


shows nightly 


SEAI 


Wok. 


ee ee ee 


a TT 
Discover rec! * — Chercoe! 
7.1370. Air-Cond 
ash Sp a Shee ay se amet sii : We 
imoperie! 


Red Lobster | 


a 


~ Chinese Grehes 
Delicious 


m en evtheni« 


American 


“7, i 1, % 
‘ndhiichithashtes ” $23. 
t nest me 
atmosphere. Full Course dinners from 1.25 Cocheaa 


turing seefegd. Open 1) AM.1] PM. dolly 


The Sun & from $1.25. Lunch 7& ve. Open noo 


"ee perking. Party facilities 


CHINESE NORTHERN 
Dovid Lee's New Restourent 5915 Geergie A 
Specializes in rorthern Ch 


Mondo» 


i qQveurs 


Duck Abe $7 
eo 


© da itoa!.e-r 


He lian 
m Mahen dishes. 


for 


; 
Pizze, Revicii. 


y- is Prime top qualiey 0 smite 
style fomily dinners. Oper deity end Sundey Three floty 


Aer. 
Crinmese dishes. 


a 


new 6 Nerth Capito! 5+ o Moderate 
ond Wearley’s Facing Union Sesten Piese Chercoe! Broiled Stecks with FF 


- 
Giehes served omid cool, 


Alex. Yo. Netivwe Chinese dishes ’ ’ 


+o 
OV. 3.3135, 


te mid. daily Sen bone 
1773 bd Columbve i AW, 


—_ — 


OE. 2-0826 


ve. LW TY. 2-404. 
nese cuisine. We serve ever ything frog 
Free cut tomer Sertineg in the rear 

ru Seturdey from 8.00 Pm» 


GERMAN 


Gem vet 


chert 
oven 


Boos! 
Hom 


Stuffed Duck 
Germen Specieities, 
Enterta:nment nightly 


HUNGARIAN-VIENNESE 


— 
meq Steek $2.00 Mon 
Free Part og tor em 
Conditioned. NA &§ 99 


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Cie 
Af 


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Cock ta» . 


IAN 


Ave 
’ ree pes 


NW Fomous for leghen leed. 
Pizzo, spogherti, revel, 


American. 


Pw. 
‘ee9, 
Continental cui tine 


Supers 
Privete bonqvet rooms. ME £104 


mize end el! your toverite HNelien 
wines, excellent cocktails 
Spoghert, 


Steoks, Cocktalia ow 
RA. 3.0512 “ ved 


_ OF | 6300 biock Georgie Ave, 


JAPANESE 


Suhiyoki cocked your table. Delicious 
Tempure, Jepenese beer 
Sur 


ond sake served 
5-10 Pa 


STYLE 


m @ whistling 


Featuring New York style steamed corned beet ond pe 


own bobery 


'vrnch Ord dinner 


Luros Restaurant and Carry-Out 


Kosher Style Sandwiches. Luncheons end Dinners served from 
Feeturing Kosher Style Submarine Sondwiches. Telephone WO 


Famous for Cheese Slintses, WY. Se 


Pastrami Cock tei | " _Open 
ARIN 


—_ 
Mane lobsters Mondgerin 


—_——eo- 


on tarts 
"1, 


‘Seoteod 
1 AM 


Ve ‘ee 4 ities, 


jes dolly. 


Dis sfhiectve . ring 


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Eves., GR. 5.4937 ot oe. carr, ; FB ae: eyes erices. Luncheon 11.3 
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Belioous " Reasonable Berbecued Soore Bibs — juicy Prime fies of ~ Net Yeu Own Live 
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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


14 Seturder, July 14. 1956 eee 


Confident Living 


Think, Pray Big 


For Big Results 


By be Vincent Peale - 


Some people like to differentiate between 
and “practical people They even look down on 
dreamers. and criticize them for their dreams 

I don't share this viewpoint. I have never met 
successful man © 
of all a dreamet 
ful man is only ' As has 
learned the me Of mak 
ing his creams come true 

The great t Nations 
building on New Last 
River has become ‘ 
foremost tourist at 
is tne ours 
an area whi 
from a sium and | 
ness district \\ 
dental ( 

The |t 
origina 
dream 


Mls 


tect 


nited 


York 


tanding hotel rur 
ch was u~ed 


sireet 


eer 


and Ana 
are imme! 
speech ne 
staten oft 


easies# | 


are the 
Lo beat 
| wa 
philosop! 
that wher 
big. you! 
wavy (,00 
And ar 
is that 
are back ol 
you pr 
necessati 
wt. and 
namic all 
to support a bis 
it all you've g 
itself exerts extra 
force 
Those who plan litt! 
spiring things seem 
little faith and 
ing that little 


A... Zion 


JOHN WESLEY 
A. M. E. ZION CHURCH 


Netional Church of Zion Methodirm 
14th end Corcoran Sic. VW 
B. Prenkiia Jeckson. PD 
8S AM—Fariy C - 
11 AM.—Hols ° yr Metta 
tor Rodney 
8 PM—Dr 


impre 


Min eter 


Birthday | 


“dreamers 
the 


a truls 


Universalist Universalist 


UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL MEMORIAL CHURCH 
Corner 16th ond S Streets 6.W. 


SETH R. E 


—-9 — 
She, 


oe . 
ne Fs -~ + 


11:68 AM—Worship: “MAN'S INDPERTERPNESS TO THESTERPaT™ 


Episcopal Episcopal 


| Dr. Evans 
Plans Four 
Talks Here 


——m The Bee Dr Louis H. Evarme, 
mimeteretlarge of the Pres 
hieriae Geaerd «of National 
Minswos. for the fourth year 
es. Ww eprrrrer 
wT Tiwster 
sc we \a0enal 

. > *?° ar 


Baptist 
Church | 
To Mark 71st 


— 
De. Evans 

Presasterian Church, 
~ Rev. Der. Wiliam 

— Onapoms 

4. vee. Ue} 
Sai oe Hes subject wl 
odations of Cire 


e Sout derTn 


cee fer 


an Indone 
tz atusie 
ge 2! 
. ee Twest preach 


— Tie 


Vieonse (Va) Presis 


es & wortine 
mm pecoie 

ect = 
the Grace of 
ees. Baptist Stu 
retary 
Varvieed wil oe 
ar oft the Ne 
t Memor.ai Church 

tag Saray 


~ for ‘ 


wer guest oreacters 


him Heads fer Heese 


| ATwys 
Coe 3a 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


Cathedral 


Daily Services 


7-30 am.. Noon, 4o.m 


State Daey—IOWA 


Washington 


Massachusetts and 
Wisconsin Ave. N.VV. 


The Seventh Sunday 
After Trinity 


8:00 AM —Holy inion St. Mary's 
The Canon Robert F. McGregor 
9:30 AM.—Holy umion—Bethiehem Chapel— 
Chaplain t ; ze > Aree 
13:00 A.M.—Morr yer and : 
The Canon Robert McGreg 
4:00 P.M.—Evensong—The Rev. Canon Charles 


ivrem 


Chane! — 


Stenmette, Jr 
> pm. one 
Ae eS 2 


sa. 10 
| p= 


Regular Guided | ours—Daily 


Sundays followmg the 11 am. and 


‘tc 


“7? 


HERALD OF TRUTH wheal. ASC MET WORK. . Pm. 


THE CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY 


497 s7T. ws 
THE REV Cuan es D Sees oD ; THE REY 
§:00 AM —HF ; 
te A” Church S8c} 
13:00 AM .—Mor 


600 PM 


WARKZIN F Mace 
‘s er? BMour ane a. or? 

:P mon t 6 Rectee 
oon's ae “TON aND MAWES PRP” 
m. Discussion of the A ns 


“e  f. 


Azcarrear 


FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 
ee and Welete Se ww Wiese C. Alebouse, Paster 
Beer © hiewe fof Sewer 


ssachusetts and Wiscomsen Awes \ WW 


ST. ALBAN’S 


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11:08 AM 
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Sermor Pimcoesy Virose 


ALL SOULS’ MEMORIAL 


2300 Cathedral Ave. N.W. Uust East of Conn. Awe) 
Rev. Frank Blackwelder, Recter Rev. A. L. Wills, Anseciate Rector 


8.90 AM —__-Holy C Mmmunionr 
11:00 AM.—"FINDING GOD'S PURPOSE FOR YOUR LIFE.” 
Mr W 


heal woe 


st. Stephen and The lacorastion 


ST. PAUL’ $ 
The ‘Rev = — , 7 ne Lor 7 = 


Hols Comr . AM rs 
11 AM .—Morni and Sermon . 


OLD ST. JOHN'S 


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ass & Sermos 


ST. JOHN'S 


card 


ST. MATTHEW'S PARISH 
BYATTSVYUALL. =P 
4204 & Oe. ate 7 


Jite & Nicholson 1» 


Trinity Church 


st Debiie & VOW 
Ry liaad Recter 
Richard Fasen. Avot 

oer a 


Piner Breach Rd 
The Rev. Ra 


ASCENSION 
and ST. AGN®® 


ifth end Mneqnehasesty | Ave. Ww PORE L wei 


The Reverenc . ome s... £63 
—Lew CHRIST CHURCH 
_ GEORGETOWN 


oO = reese | a we 377 
" Be-.o7 
1 a v 


an or Curmg 
: ve 


7-90 AM—Leow Mees 
16:00 AM—Gune Maw end Sermon 
7 AM—Lew Mace 
7 eed 800 AM Lee 


Setur¢er. 4-3 PM iervices 8 anc 


ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 


Resort! BA. & 


cHuRCH OF ST. CLEMENT 
Masen Drive : 


Sev. J. Jequctin Ambicr, 
£50 end 


Recter 


‘Services: em 


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES 
AND READING ROOMS IN 
GREATER WASHINGTON 


5 ‘ar « a a -* 
6 -m Bostor. Massachusetts 


a 
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SUBJECT GF LEO Sewer WALT Sh. 1956 


41 4090 Cordasly bere’ w fore 
tee Beat ng Equa: 
Rado Pogera Sor. FFL. £45 am 
a. SSC. €003 an 


TV Peegrese—toeados. BP EC-TY—3 AM 


a a 


Washington Churchmen 


The Rev. 


‘For People’ During War 


By Kenneth Dole © <0 : @C. 2 Se e -e 
Stall Reporter 
Im the terrible winter of 1944, 
before the Battle of the Bulge. 


a orecesion of poker-faced 


ry 


inte a Third Army 
Escho. Luxemburg 

Theis wounds 
male similar 
the left 
were im the 

The care 
etived was 
thetic but 
ward 

The Rev. Denald C. Irwin, 
now pastor of the Wallace Me- 
mortal United Presbyterian 
(burch. Randolph st. and New’ 
Hampshire ave. nw. was chap 
lame at this hospital the Self 
inflicted Wound Hospital of the 
Third Army 

| obtained there a far more 
nformed and sympathetic un 
ierstanding of ual prob 
ems than [— had before the 
minister says. tie was certain 
= lUhe6 CUtwinked te soldrers 
that they “had Many 
were “neuro osevehiatric cases.’ 
Some “bad lived sheltered lives 
and this was much (hers 
were comscience-striken about 


hospital in 


were nge 
Most were 

or left hand a 
back of the lec 

these soldiers .re- 
less than sympe- 
mo complaints were 


* 
Gris tredged. or were carried. iv 


font 


nert? 
Spiri 


the 


cone 


too 


th water 
Anees. undergoime 
terror of constant! 
they had reached the end 
~ them rece. Se they wounded 
[nemeeives In some non-vits 
part to get away from it ail 
ime young chaplisin was it 
erested te learn that most of 
nese wounded men 
ated te the church in 
war. But he felt 
understand the 
(266 and His 
Jesus (Chris 
of thes 


im foxholes 


war with members 


Lennea Geagiev. 


were Tre thy » need for a 
some guilt. But the Bible 
they didn't an is a singer 
(,od it saves 
. God 


and 


sneer 


purposes< af from tnat ' 
rte ts — them mn 
He assured : 
ith the result 


armed to the 


ihe SactT 
love “a 
manv re’ 
Teaqay 
it was im this heenital We 
rw save that | 
my particular calling 
seling with 
of the 
OCCUPY 


‘aa . 


discovered 
Was coun 
people [his phase 
Terry as com LO 
‘me greater pert of his 
mas received special 
Elizabeths Hos 


Three years ace 
" @ seminar 
care of the 
week course . 
taught by Dr. Winf: ver-7 Tua = Os 
holser. hospital superintendent 
_Raptam Ernest F. Bruder. and 
Meer euperts. About 65 Wash 
agtom ministers have taken the 
seminar. im which they learned 
hew psychiatry can heip re 
ugion help the troubled 

Though hapey te gain an in ae 
sight. inte psychiatric methods mpressed by the 
Mr. Irwin, like many of the ee 
Semesters. dilfered with the 
paychsatrists on the primacy of 
religion. Many psychiatrists. he 
feels, regard relicion as a tool 
—if t works, fine’ But he would 
pet M the other way around 
religion is the end, psychiatry 
the means 

Also, he disagrees with psy- 
ehiatrists om spiritual rebirth ne went to > Fieve at 
Regeneration = more than @ mind was made up. The 
psychological adjustment.” he day he wired for admis 
says, is “the Spirit of God Pittchurch-Xenia 
[agg 2 mans life com- Seminary 
peetery.~ Two "vacation 

As am 46(‘evangelical Chris- then. in 1938, his fir 
Gan, Se has different ideas on back in Moamouth. 


Bewutown Evanarlical 


ord-breaking 
iT ye = 
nag 2g 


on pastoral 
renia - 


od 


ministers 
thinking lie went back 1 
next morning to hear 


“‘providential,” 


That night 


truggie 


his thoughs jeu 
had “quite a 


al 
ya OVEPTY 
and alienated 


shown vy the 


basketball 
> 


W oo:iwor>»rt 


was 
nes 


were 
started him 


more 
His college pastor saw him and 
invited him to lunch. This was 
for his friend 
applied enough heat to make 
ne 
When 
32a. m. il 
next 
[on 2 
Theological 


pastorates 


st church 
Invited to 


ay) &eformed Churches ; 


GRACE 


Twieeeth ead © Ste 
: a _EWILER 


etek 
& & te F 1a 
Birie y - hae ~~ su 
ie aw ake WZ °ren'p> .3 = rn - 
SBurvwery ¢urime serv xe N 


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Mor = Ro = 
ireety curwg wervne 


VIRGINIA 


ArGectee Eied. af Geo Meese Brive, 


Nursery é€x 
RF rwrir z INSTEDT =a 
7 AM TOVER FOR 4 TASER 


Church of Brethren cx 


- &-, + a 


The Rev. Donald C. Irwin, paster of the Wallace Memorial 
Lnited Presbrterian Church. 
of the Vacation Bible Scheel 
his son. Peter. 


chats en the church steps 
‘from iefi) 


and Verenme Horrix 


Chinese Church 
Sets Last Rites 


Members of the Chinese Com 
munity (Church will hold their 
ast service in the church build 
ing at 1011 L. st. mw. Sunday at 


The ground-breaking 4s set 
early October 
winning July 22 
gregation Will meet Sundays 
at 2 p. m. at the Mount Vernon 
Place Methodist Church where 
am held its first servites 21 
years ago 
The Rev 
pastor 
ce Su 


the con 


ir CC 
will conduct 
nda) 


Hung 


ine sery 


Washington City Church of the Brethren 


Pourtm Street end North Caroling Avenue Southeast 
Suace EH Ramsey Minister—Haro'¢ S&S Moyer Associate Minister 

6 AM —Chuere®? School 

1. © AaM— TEE Peace oF Gon” Rev. M 


There will be Ge evening services! 


ver 


 Spiritast Science 


Tatheren 


> — — > = 
First Spiritual Science 
fete OO. MNS Khe Ae 
Ber. Albeoe W Tiegell Paster 
Privete Appots imec's 
ME &-e°Ts—<cO. 46-1169 
Sa Ver cg 
sa ‘ r- 
Twueedes ot 


Devtiopinsg Clases Det. § FM 


Church of the Reformation 


Ti? EasT CAPTTOL STREET 
Pesferr De Lewrence D Folkewerr Deeaelad WOW. Priege 
Br Ovcer Blac«weider. Pestor FF. se: Jule Zedeuc. Nix 


°00 AM—"WHAT’S YOUR PHILOSOPHY,” —Or 
11.00 AM—"WHAT’S YOUR PHILOSOPHY?” —O: 


700 Pm—Dr. Robert VarDeusern. Service at Camo 


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HOLY TRINITY 
FALLS CHURCH 


Ariungton Bivd & Woodlawn Ave 

Edward F. Yost 

8-30-11 A.M.—Morning Worship 
9:45 A M.—Church School 


St. Paul's Lutheran 


PALLS CHURCH. VIRGINIA 
Lees — = = Le wood R4 


933 of ae ay “cheat acd 
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8:30 end | $200 sm — Worship 
reer? et both services 


Pastor 
Suncsay S-nooi aad 


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CHRIST LUTHERAN 


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VIRGINIA 


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Divtiee Services of €06° 9 0 ert 11 waM 
Cherch Seihecl Geesiens: 8 39 & 1108 6 me. 


Supervised Murvery ef 8 36 and I! 84m. 


Grrrk Orthodox 


ST. SOPHIA GREEK 
ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL 
36th and Man. Ave. 4.W. 
Very Rev 72 
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Atwi2enes 14 e 18808 
Jo=e «6T. Tewlerites 
Matins 9 aot! 19.59 om 
Divine Literer 19-08 eet 2 
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STS. CONSTANTINE 
AND HELEN 
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Rev. Demertricse G. Kalerie 
Prices 
Seterfar Eresies Teeeern. 79 
Matinee end Divme Litures. §.35-19 


[Lutheran 


Irwin Found Gift Youth Camp 


Attracts 23 


Twenty-three Lutheran high 
school students are arriving to 
day from 15 states to paint 
the parish hall of Our Redeemer 
Church, North Capitol st. and 
Rhode Island ave. 

Beginning Monday. they will 
work from 9 te 12 a. m. apply- 
nz a fat pastel green to the 
interior of the hall. a job that 
would cost $400 if done by pro 
fessionals. Three young people 
mn the local congregation will 
in the work 

The project is part of the 
annual summer work camp pro 
gram of the Luther League of 
the young people's 
organization of the United 
Lutheran Church. Similar 
camps are being held in Modes 

\ibuquerque, N. M.; 
Neb: Toledo. Ohio; 
N. Y.. and New Wind 


orn 
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America 


to. Calif 
: Inco! n 
Towners 
Md 
ur Redeemer is a Negro 
The work camp men- 
>» will have Sanday dinner 
ad spend the afternoon in tne 
mes Of comgregaiion ment 
bers. They wl attend a con- 
sregational picnic and outing 
Thursday afierncen im Rock 
Creek Park. Friday night they 
| be guests at a2 fun night 
the newly peinted parish 
ail There will be games, 
entertainment and 2 movie on 
story 
campers will room 
vate homes and the cight 
stay at a neardy room 
The women of the 
7] furnish meals 
\fternoons. and evenings. the 
ampers will visit (-overnment 
end talk with leaders 
<ocial and political 
Today is set aside 
t'shion ~ 
Robert E. Heffner, 
e Church of the 
on. Meust Kisco, 
s camp director. He 
Washington work 
: dermonstration of Chris 
working dynamically 


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ferstanding and trust 
the Rev. James 
le pastor of Our 
er Church. expects. “Tt 
extend the cultural 
the United Lather- 
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V incentians 
Will Honor 
Late Dr. Trigg 


4 memorial tablet honoring 
the late Dr. Joseph E. Trigg, 
Washington physician, will be 
dedicated Sunday at the sm 
cual Festival Day meeting of 
the St. Vincent de Paul So 
ciety of Washington. 

The meeting will be held at 
Camp & Pierence, Abel, 
Charities County, Md. where 
i Trice wes a voluntary 
camp ph ian 

Principal speaker will be the 
Rev. James A. Caulfield. pas 
tor of St. Jame Frances de 
Chantal Catholic Church, Be- 
thesda. and former Vincentian 
chaplain. He helped found the 
camp in 1966 This sunyner 
mere than 409 children § om 
poor families are having free 


vacations there 

The camp is sponsored by 
Vincentians. a charitable 
group of Catholic men 

More than 200 are expected 
to attend the meeting which 
will begin with luecheon at 
DOO 


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yee 


the 


Father Petrini 
Is Camp Chaplain 


The Rev. Aldo P. Petrini. a 
curate at St. Pauls Catholic 
Church, is serving as camp 
chaplain for the first half of 
the 1956 Merrick Boys’ Camp, 
ipa CBarles County, 

Dr. Eugene Pireg of Chil 
dren's Hospital and Dr. Joseph 
Carlow of District General 
Hospital are resident physi- 
cians 

Applications for the fourth 
anc iast twoweek camping 
period starting Aug 6 are be. 
img received at the camp's of- 
bee, 1404 New York ave. ow. 


Polish National Chay 


ST. FRANCES 
POLISH NATIONAL CATHOLIC 
oe Lelem (hape. &ashingica 
Cat -s! 
teh ant Woot, Road 5 Ww 
Rev & Kamteett : 1-237Be 
Pole) Mae 1! 8 aM 
Survery Dury Servece 


Divine ®@ rience 


CHURCH OF THE 
HEALING CHRIST 


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Menter of the lL ST. A 


SUNDAY tise am 


Zaee ree couse aD 4.2 


1.00 AM. 
“WHAT OO YOU SAY?” 


AS@Batet Wis 
Unity School, Lee's See, Me. 
sem Seedefer. Mieieter: 30. 5-005 
scemay. 1 om 


BARKER HALL. YWCA 
7h & K Se. Ww. 
1° aM —Sunéay Gchoct 

11 AM— "THE SAVING 
rowtr” 


— 


Ry Kenneth Dole 
Meeting at The Hague 


¥ 4 Elects U. 


S. Statesmen 


The Rev. Abraham Vereide, Secretary General of the 
International Council for Christian Leadership, returned 
to Washington this week with reports of the annual meet- 


ing at The Hague. 


Princess Wilhelmina. Honor-*~ 


ary Persident of ICCL, presided 
at the opening and closing ses- 
sions. Laymen attended from 
20 countries. Sen. Frank Carl. 
son (R-Kans.) was 
president and Rep. Brooks 
Hays (D-Ark.) chosen vice pres- 
ident for the Western Hemi- 
sphere. 


also vice presidents: Dr. Charles 
Malik of Lebanon, Sen. Edmond 
Michelet of France and John 
Henderson, a member of the 
British Parliament 

Cooperation in the love of 
Christ” was the central em- 
nhasis of the meeting, accord- 
to Mr. Vereide, who 
founded International Christian 
Leadership in Seattle in the 
1930's. World headquarters are 
his residence at 2324 Massachu- 
selts ave. nw. 


el 
ing 


Under the new adoption 
program of the Lutheran 
Inner Mission Society 
Washington the frst baby 
has been turned over to its 
foster an stat 


CHRISTIANS LOSE 


During the last 25 years the 
yportion of Christians in the 
world has dropped from 37 to 
per cent. The 
Christians has gone up from 
682 million to 787 million, a 
numerical increase of 105 mil- 
lion but suffered a proportion- 
ate decrease of 5 per cent. All 
the Christian gain was Roman 
Catholic—from 331 to 458 mil- 
n. The number of Protestants 
ank from 206 to 200 million 


number of 


reelected 


of | 


Avenue Presbyterian Church 
this Sunday at 11 a. m. 


TEACHERS VISIT D. C. 
Thirty-five teachers from 
Southern California 


ton for “classroom enrichment 


in the fields of history, geog-'United States, 


raphy and English literature.” 


Nation-wide “See America 
First” tour, includes the White 
House, Capitol, Government 
agencies, and Adventist world 
headquarters in Takoma Park. 

® Dr. E. K. Morris, president 
of the United Givers Fund, will 
speak at the International 
Crossroads UEreakfast at the 
YMCA Sunday at 9 a. m. 

®* Plans to complete 
building program of Camp 
Wamava, Front Royal, Va., will 
be made at the Arlington 
Church of Christ Sunday at 3 
p. m., when repreesntatives will 
attend from all Churches of 
Christ in the Washington area 
The camp will open early in 
August 

® A 178-page 
Diocesan Priesthood 
United States,” with a foreword 
by the Rev. Dr. James A. 
Magner of Catholic University, 
will be published by the uni 
versity Aug 


the 


“Guide to the 
in the 


Presbyterian 


‘Witnesses’ 
To Conduct 


Convention 


Anton Koerber, Washington) 


Seventh- 
Day Adventist elementary, 
Other leading politicians are'schools are visiting Washing-| 


‘Their itinerary here, part of a’ 


iHis 


| 


resident and former real estate 
man, will be chairman of a re-| 
gional convention of Jehovah's; 
° Witnesses at! 
oll Forbes Field, | 
Pittsburgh, | 
next week ) 
More than 
15,000 persons 
are expected 
to attend the 
meeting, one 
of 40 conven- 
tions being 
held by Wit- 
nesses this 
summer in the 
Canada and 


s 
Koerber 


Great Britain 

Koerber will give the key- 
note address at the opening 
meeting Thursday morning and 
the concluding talk rare 
afternoon. He has served 
hovah’s Witnesses in various! 


now circuit supervisor for sev- 
eral congregations in northern 
Virginia. 

Eleven hundred Witnesses 
from 15 Kingdom Halls in the 
Washington area are 
the meetin 
C. Good. 
ister Good will peak at 
Forbes Field 
Washington off 


Presbyterian Meeting 


Alexandria. 


The Rev. Kenneth G. Phi 


Foing to 


give a short 


' according to Harry prayer following the 


local sune? cing m 
— a ae go to work with their shove 

The $170,000, 
building will be 
example of the 
American architecture as 
sanctuary. 


ably 


as will another 
cial, Kenneth J 
Pulcifer, circuit supervi for 
the Washington congregation 
and nearby Maryland 

The principal address, Sun- 
day at 3 p. m., will be given 
by Nathan H. Knorr of New 
York, president of the Watch 
tower Bible and 
subject 


an 
SOT 


smaller, 


House. 


na 


Tract Society, 5¢tVv'™s 
“Why Permanent 
Peace Will Come in Our Day. 


assembly<lining room, seat 


Rice Pact Signed with a stage 


kitchen. On ti 


This is what the new religious education 
building, on grounds of the Old Presby- 


fer. 
first regular minister of the 
Meeting House since 1863, will 
address and a 


Is. 


three- “story | 
authentic | 
same vag 


Although fb Noon 
the educational 


ing 


285 at a meeting or 200 diners. 
and an electric 
1 main floor wi il 


terian Church, 
stored 
ll a m.ichurch. Then, 
service. Then the children will) __ 


The 25th annual meeting of 
building will have twice the! the Baptist Conference of Min- 
floor space of the church and} 
three times that of Flounder| 
the former manse now 
as church school and 


isters and Christian Workers in 
the Washington-Baltimore area 
will be held here Monday to 
| Thursday. 

ie the thesis? eit be an| ,, sessions on the theme * 
World” will be held at the Na- 
tional Trades and Professional 
Sc hool. 


Prank W Cole Architect 
terilan Meeting House in Alexandria, will 
look like. Ground will be broken Sunday. 


Church Children to Break Ground 


Children will break ground 
capacities for 40 years, and is Sunday for a new religious 
education building at the Old 
House, 


Rev. Dr. H. Elias Harrison, died:inal manse, built in the late’ 
in 1863 after serving 43 years,/igth century, 
and services 
mittent. 
was closed. 

The 


became  inter- 
In 1886 the church 


office building. 


, a : 
“resurrection” began) 


and reopened 


in 1952, the orig-\is early next year. 


|Sunday 


was converted) 
into a religious education and 


Last year funds were raised 
seven years ago when a small] for the present project, which 
group from the Second Presby- will occupy the balance of the 
Alexandria, re- available ‘land apart from the 
the graveyard. Completion target 


Area Baptists to Convene 


day at 8:30 p. m.. and the Rev 
Moses Beasley of Shiloh Bap- 
the 
closing sermon, Thursday at 


tist Church, Alexandria, 


10:30 a. m. 


‘Chris- 
nity at the Crossroads of the 


Rev. Dr. W. H 


Philadelphia: the Rev 


Lincoln Heights. versity; the Rev. 


Other speakers include the 
R. Powell of 
Dr. | 
Frank T. Wilson, Dean of the 
School of Religion, Howard Uni- 
Dr. James L. 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Seturday, July 14, 1956 


15 


First Services Planned 


In New Church Sunday _ 


First services will be held’ 
in the new Grace' 
Presbyterian Church in Brook. 
field Park, Springfield. Va 
The Rev. Robert J. McMullen 
Jr. the minister, will preach 
*@ lla.m. Sunday school will 
meet at 945 a m. A Youth 
Fellowship service will be held 


jin ag Fellowship hall at 7:30 


| P. 
Next Sunday, July 22, a dedi- 


\cation service will be held at 
4 p. m. and Open House will 
| follow. 


Following a policy of maxi- 
\mum use of facilities. a vaca 


| tion Bible school will be held 


on week days from July 30 to 
Aug. 10. A weekday kinder- 
garten will be operated when 


‘Mr. Reiter 
To Be Given 
Pastoral Post 


Cari C. Reiter, 24. who grad- 
uated last month from Con- 
cordia Theological 
St. Louis, will be ordained as a 
minister and installed in a pas 
toral post Sunday at 4 p. m. at 
the Lutheran Chapel, 
Oxon Hill rd. se. 

The rites will be carried out 
by the Rev. William H. Kohn 
of Hyattsville, president of the 
Southeastern District of the 
Lutheran ChRurch-Missouri 
Synod. 

Mr. Reiter will serve as mis 
sionary-atlarge for the Oxon 
Hill congregation and Our 
Savior Lutheriw Church. Indian 
Head, Md. 

A native of St. Louis. he re- 
ceived his higher education at 
St. Paul's College, Concordia. 
Mo., and Concordia Seminary. 
He ‘is married 


Seminary, 


5735 


school opens. Children of all 
faiths wil] be welcome. < 

The new building consists of 
‘a vestibule with a slender 
white steeple above and a fel- 
lowship hall to the right of the 
steeple. The hall will seat 300 
persons for worship services 
and 220 for suppers. On the 

ground floor will be classrooms 
for 300 children. 

The church was founded in 
October, 1953, when services 
were started in what is now 
the manse, 5919 Grayson st. 
Since last March the congrega 
tion has worshipped at the re 
cently completed Crestwood 
School. 


Baptists Plan 
Honor Sunday 
For Dr. Briggs 


The Rev. Dr. John E. Briggs, 
‘dean of ministers in the Dis 
‘trict Baptist Convention, will 
‘he honored Sunday by the 

" Briges Baptist 

Church, which 
is named after 


hood 


Thursday 
Many of the 
thousands of 
couples he has 
married and 
Pr} ‘ the persons he. 
' has baptized 

Dr. Briggs sre expected 
to join in paying him trifute at 
morning services and at a 5:30 
Dp. m. reception. 

Coming to Washington 
1908, Dr. Briggs served the 
Fifth Baptist Church; then, 
after a period of retirement, 
Temple Baptist Church. He is 
past president of the District 
Baptist Convention and & 


in 


truste*> of the Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary. He is 
teacher of a men's Bible class 
at Briggs Church. 


Moore of Baltimore, and Dr to the former 
Nannie Helen Burroughs, Presi- 
dcnt of the National Trades and 


Professional School 


| Dr. Samuel De Witt Proctor of 
Richmond, President of Vir- 
iginia Union University, will 
give the opening sermon Mon- 


Mariners Set 
Meeting Here 


MEN lose their religion when 
eir religious beliefs no longer 


have significance in their daily 
wk, according to the Rev. Dr 


be an office and “crying room’ 

for babies, as well as class- 

rooms. The third floor will be 
classrooms 


| KARACHI, July 13 @&#—Pakis- 
tan today signed an agreement 

iwith Communist China to buy 
160,000 tons of rice 
f 


Mary Lee Dierker of Detroit. 
A reception will follow the 
to meet a enn 


ri F. H. Henry, editor of the 
rojected magazine, “Christian 
Today.” In a talk here he 
id Western man has been 
retting away from the Biblical 
w of work. which sees “the 
laily job as an opportunity to 
erve God and serve one’s fel- 
ows”... Frances Cowne 
Deputy, formerly a District 
school teacher. is the new di- 
rector of Christian education at 
the Washington Street Meth 
odist Church, Alexandria. Her 
husband, John W. Deputy, is 
superintendent of the Sunrise 
Dairy, Herndon, Va. 
Evangelist : Billy Graham 
will preach at the New York 


-_ 


Dr. Buxton 
Retiring From 
Church Post 


Associated Press 


The Rev. Dr. Clarence Fd- 
ward Buxton, since 1943 rector 
of Pohick Episcopal Church in 
Fairfax County, has announced 
his retirement as of Sept. 1 

Dr. Buxton, a native of Bris 
tol: N. H. has spent most of his 
life in the South and plans to 
retire to his Springfield home 

The 68-year-old minister has 
been rector of Lunenburg and 
Copley Parishes in Richmond 
and Westmoreland Countie S$. 
Va.. and St. Andrew's Church in 
Greensboro, N. C., 
Church in Covington, Va., and 
St. Mary's Church in Madison- 
ville, Ky. 

He was educated in Kentucky 
and at Columbia, Harvard, and 


the Virginia Theological Semi- 


nary. 
His wife is the former Miss 
Jean Elliott Page of Richmond 


Congregational 


land wife. 


A nse | 


All members of Presbyter- 
ian Mariners (married couple) 
clubs in the Washington area 
will meet Sunday at 6 p. m. at 
the Northminster Presbyterian 
Church to hear the Rev. Louis) 


ifood shortage 


H. Evans, founder of the Mar-| 


iners 

Now minister-at-large of the 
National Presbyterian Church, 
Dr. Evans started the Marin- 
ers program in 1927 at his 
church in Wilmington, Calif 
The program has been recog 
nized by the General Assembly 
of the Church as an official pro- 
gram for married couples, and 
there are now more than 1200 
clubs throughout the Nation 
There are five or six in the; 
Washington area. 

All offices in the Mariners! 
are held jointly by husband) 
The co-presidents 
are “skippers,” the cotreasur- 
ers, “pursers,” ete. ' 

The meeting, which begins 
with dinner, is sponsored joint- 
ly by the Mariners of the 
Northminster Church and the 
Mariners of the National Pres- 
byterian Church. 


Shigemitsu Heads Talks 


TOKYO, July 13 (®#—The 
Japanese government today 
named Foreign Minister Ma- 
moru Shigemitsu., a “go-slow” 
advocate, to head its delegation 
for the renewal of peace treaty 
talks with Russia. Tokyo news- 
papers predicted the talks will 
begin late this month in Mos- 
cow. 


Congregational 


| 


CLEVELAND PARK 
B4008 Lewell St. NW. 
Washington 14. D. C. 

Alfred W. Hurst. DD. Minister 
Janis Cripe. Christian Education 
11:00 AM.—Worthip and Sermon. 

“THE CAUSE OF CHRIST 

| MAKE MY OWN” 


Nursery for pre-echeoel Children) 


FAIRFAX COUNTY 


Rev. Hybert S. Beckwith, 
9:36 AM —Worship Service 


ATUMMER SERVICES ot CHURCH SITE 
en Resute 
Minister—Parsenage Phone CR. 3-1882 
Nursery for pre-echool Children 


#736, 1% miles W. of Annandale 


in East Pakistan 
Pakistan already has received 
20,000 tons of rice free from So- 
viet Russia and has bought 50.- 


The new building marks 
third stage of the 
tion” of the historic Meet 
House, built 


000 tons from India and 15,000 settlers. 


tons from, Burma. | The previous minister, 


the | 
“resurrec- 


ing | 


in 1774 by Scot 


the 


Baptist Baptist 


Presbutertan Oresbutertan 


firthodist 


NORTHWEST 


WESTMORELAN 


Western ond Maes Aves 
at the Cire 


30 AM.—Half-hour Service. 


1:00 AM.—Morning We 
* THE POOL,” by 


rsrup 


Philie Gerden Seott. DD. Minister 
WwW. L. Inderstredt, Minister of Education 
Hareld Ash. Directer of Music 


“THE MIRAGE AND 


Stephen E. Balogh 


Sermon 


the Rev 


00 A.M.—Church School through Grade 3 
Completely Air-Conditioned 


Car! Heath Kopt 
Min: 
Helen | 


9-30 AM—Family Service 


CONGREGATIONAL 


10th & G Sts., N.W. 


Mirusters 


ster of Music, 
Troutman, Organist 


11:00 A M.—Merning Worship. 
(Nursery 9:30 and 1} A.M. 


Charlies W. Parker 
Whitford L. Hall 


zoaoxrwcin 


“OVERCOMING THE WORLD” 
Dr. Kopf 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


16th Street and Columbia Read N.W. 
Dr. Elbert J. Smith, Interin: Paster 
8:45 and 
9:40 AM.—Bible School 

8:00 P_.M.—"THE LIFE OF PRAYER.” 

Sermons by Mr. Howard D. Rees, Summer Minister 
Nursery Provided at al Mm Servioes Except 8:45 
Cars of Those Attending Bibie School and 


1636 Columbia Rad. N.W Heve Parking Ticket Stem ped 
Conference Room 


Free Perting for 
ahtp. 


National Baptist Memorial 


11:00 A.M.—"“ ADVANTAGES FROM DISADVANTAGES.” 
6:45 P.M.—Training Fellowship 


Moruzing Wor- 
im 6Chercht 


GEORGETOWN BAPTIST CHURCH 
“IN THE HEART OF GEORGETOWN” 
3ist and N Streets, Northwest 
Rev. W. O. Kersey, Minister 
A M.—Bible School 
A.M.— THE SPIRIT OF POWER” 
PM.—"THE TRIAL OF FAITH” 
Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.—Prayer Service 


9:45 
11:00 
8:00 


6:45 PM.—8B8. T. VU. 


GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 


9th St. and South Carolina Ave. SE. lat Penna. Ave.) 
MARTIN F. CLOUGH, TH.D., Pastor 
ROBERT E. HOOVER, Assistant Pastor 
—Bible School 
Studies in 
7:45 °P —A Study 
8:00 P.M.—Wednesday Prayer Meeting 


AIR. CONDITIONED 


We Preach the Old Fashioned Gaspel 


Jeremiah—Chapter 43 


. 
on the Moly Soot 


6:30 P.M.—B. T. U. 


Sth and H Streets, N.W. 
Dr. Clarence W. Cranford, Minister 
Chester H. Jones. Associate Minister 
Thomas Moss, Organist 
Frank A. Heberlein, Minister of Music 
AIR CONDITIONED SANCTUARY 
9:00 and 11:15 A.M.—Worship Services 
Dr. Clarence W. Cranford Preaching 
10:00—Church School 
10:50—Organ Recital 
6:45 P_M.—Youth Groups 
7:00 P.M.—Service f 
7:30 P.M.—VESPER SERVICE” — 
Dr. Clarence W. Cranford, presiding 
Nursery open during all services. 


Mr. 


CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 


r the Deaf—Mr. Francis C. Higgins, leading 


7th and Randolph Strects N.W. 
5S. Lewis Morgan, Jr., Pastor 
R. Brown Hughes, Assoc. Pastor 


11-QC¢ 


PETWORTH 


9:45 a.m.—Sunday School 
6:30 p.m. Training Union 7:45 p.m.— 


Broadcast Over Station WFAN 00.3 Me.) 


20 am. DR. WANA ANN FORT 
“THE RUINED GARMENT” 


(Nursery All Services) 


6th and A Streets N.E. 


Norman T. Chase. Minister of Music 
Nursery at All cee 
11:00 A.M. Mess age— 
“THE weny yr IN THE CRADLE” 
7:30 P.M. Message— 
“ONE MASTER—ONE MESSAGE— 
ONE MISSION” 
W. F. Powell. Nashville. Tenn 
preaching at both services 
9:40 a.m.—Sunday School 6:10 p.m.—Training Uni 


Ser 


Dr. 


Wednesday, 7:55 P.M.—" THE HOUR OF POWER SERVICE” 


Disriples of Christ 


Disciples of Christ 


A Friendly Church with «a Gospel Message 


METROPOLITAN cre-coninomeo 


’ “Holding Perth the Word of Life” 


on 


Fifteenth Street Christian 


IMA & Kentucky Ave. 8.2. 
Erte Daenecke D.. niateter 


9.30 A. M—Worship service-Guest Speaker, Rev. Howard Krause 


John W. Lane, Minister of Education 
8:45 and 11:00 A.M.—Services of Worship, 


“TOGETHER” 


NATIONAL CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH—Thomas Cir. 


Dr. J. Warren Hastings, 
9:45 A.M.—Church School 


“GOING BEYOND WORRY”—Or. 


Miruster; 


William J. Nottingham, Assoc. 
10:50 A.M.—Morning Worship 
Hastings 


ow Jonn W. ame 
9:45 A.M.—Sunday Scho 


Nursery tor Babies yi Small Children. 8:45-12:30 P.M. 


CHEVY CHASE——5671! Western Ave. N.W. 


0 PM.—Youth Groups 


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Sixteenth and O Streets, N.W. 


ALEXANDRIA CHURCH 

a7 are King St.. Alexandria. Va 
wibur a Ho eevou Mh is Ler 

Worship 16:56 am. and | 39 p.m. 


1435 Park Read N 
Chaplain Richerc 


FIRST CHRISTIAN, 
FALLS CHURCH, nll 
yr Clayten Pippin. M 


aa Ay ae. 7 cee 


COLUMBIA — CHURCH 


PERSHING DRIVE CHURCH 
Pershing “wy and N. Highland 6. 
Ariingwoa 

G. David ‘i Minister 

Wership 10:55 am 


SHEPHERD PARK CHURCH 

Charies H. Bayer. Minister 

12th St. and Eastern Ave. NW. 

Worship 11°00 a.m. 

TAKOMA PARK CHURCH 
L. Watterworth, Minister 


Edward Hughes Pruden, Minister 
Robert J. Arnott, interim Associate Minist 
11:00 A.M.—Guest Speaker: Chaplain (Brig 
A. Tobey 
6:30 to 8:30 P_M.—Evening Fellowship Program in Fellowship H 
Mr. Arnott speaking at 8:00 P.M.—"GRACE 
Seventh in @ series on 


Church School 9:30 A-M.; Nursery Provided at all Services 


er 


9:30 and 


Gen.) Frank 


ABOUNDING” — 
“CHRISTIAN FAITH & HUMAN DESTINY.” 


| Free Parking at Northeast Corner, 15th Street & Mass. Ave. MW. | 


BETHESDA FIRST 


JOUN FP. GATES. Minister JORN W. LANEY, 
Services & and 11 A.M. Church School 9:43 AM 


R4.) 


of Eéecetion 
Youta 7:00 PM. 


Broadcast at 7:00 5 m. ower WOOK-AM. 


i795 1863 HISTORIC 1883 1947 


Che National Presbyterian Church 


AIR CONDITIONED 
Connecticut Avenue and N Street H.W. 
EDWARD L. R. ELSON JOHN J. RICE 
THEODORE SCHAEFER, Organist and Choirmaster 
9:00 and 11:00 am—Morning Worship, 
“LOVE, MARRIAGE, AND GOD” 
Dr. Lows MH. Evens, Guest Preacher 
1340, and WFAN-FM. 
Church School—10:45-12:15-—Children’s Classes. 
10:00.10:45—Adults’ Classes. 
Buses '-3. L-? ead Care 66. 42 Stee te Freat of Cherch 


100.3 


Cheny Chase Presbyterian 


CHEVY CHASE CIRCLE 
MORNING WORSHIP, 9:30 A.M. 
“THERE iS NO ESCAPE”—Rev. Maidwyn A. Davies 
Youth Group—7:30 
CHURCH SCHOOL—4¢ 38 and 11:08 AM. 
W. Paul Ledwig. Minister 


oo 
Maléwrn A. Davies. Jack W. Aneerman. 
Associate Ministers. W. Dick Minister of Music. 


CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS 


Gilt of the Presbyterians of the South to the Nation's 
On the Pertway at lind and P Streets 1.W 
Minteters: Andrew Reid Bird. D.D.. Jemes GC. Graham, 5.7.2. 
AM —@unday School Wureery Guring morning service. 
A™M—Communion Meditation. 
PM.—"THE MESSAGE OF ss ee ye = 
Dr. James Appleby ‘ing at beth services 
Dr. Bird Conductina Worship. 


During the Reconstruction of the Historic 


Georgetown Presbyterian Church 


Founded |780 
Russell Cartwricht Strouse. D. D. Minister 


THE CHURCH'S TEMPORARY HOME (IS 
OLD ST. LUKE'S CHURCH 
Wisconsin Avenue and 35th St. 
Services at 9:30 A.M. 
This Surmmer 
“J oe 
Dr. John Bailey Kelly 
Pastor Emeritus 


N.W. 


THE NEW YORK AVE. PRESBYTERIAN 
13th and New York Ave. H.W. 
The Rev. George M. Docherty, D.D., Minister 
The Rev. K. Warriston McCracken, Associate Minister 
William Watkins, Organist Stephen H. Prussing, Dir. of Music 

9:30 A.M.—Sunday Church School 

9:30 AM.—The Rev. K. Warriston McCracken 
11:00 AM.—DR. BILLY GRAHAM 

AIR CONDITIONED 


SIXTH KENNEDY STREETS W.W. 


ROGERT WN. OERTER, JR. NED E. RICHARDSON 
9:30 AM —“FAITH AND JUDGMENT” 
Nursery through Primary during Worship Service 
6:30 P.M.—Jr. and Sr.—High Westminster Fellowship. 
7:30 P.M.—Young Adult Groups 


Wednesday, 8:00 P._M.—"THE HOUR OF POWER” 
S-2 Buses stop at the door 


WESTERN ¢ seers werenie roo 


9:45 AM—Sunday School. 7:00 P.M—Young Adults 
11:00 AM.—"THE POWER THAT INSPIRES QUESTIONS” 
Dr. Charles Enders, Guest Minister 
Wednesday, 7.00 P.M —Mid-Week Service 


MARYLAND 
BRADLEY HILLS Washington Heights 


Now meeting in North Bethesda Jr. High School, Johnson Ave. @ Ewing Dr. 
REV. LLOYD G. BROWN, Minister 
Church School—9:30 A.M. 11:00 AM.—Worship Service 
“THE CHRISTIAN LIFE 


TAKOMA PARK maple and Tulip Aves. 


Ministers: R. Paul Schearrer, Daniel C. Buchanan, 
William Montgomery 
9:30 and 11:00 AM—THE HEART OF A PASTOR” 
9:30 AM—Church School 7:00 P.M.—Youth Groups. 


SIXTEENTH AND 


1906 H St. N.W. 


> ed 


Virginia 


THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
Cariye Spring Reed ond North Vermont St. in Arlingten—JA. 71-4766 
Geerge Hileman Yount, Minister. Reberit A. Barnett. Assistant Minister 

9:30 and 11:00 A.M. —Morning Worship 
“pDAN'S REAL GOD”"—Mr. Yount 
9:30 and 11:00 AM—Church School—6:00 P.M. Youth Groups 


Old Prefbyterian Meeting Houle 


9t South Fairfax Sereet, A:exawpeta, Vincreta 
yma ony G. PHIFER, eine 
Church 


106 AM. 


owe 946 AM. 


Eas 
ARLI a 


Worship Service # Church Schoot—#:90 & 11-00 AM. 
Sermon Titie—“IN OUB TMAGS: OSES.” ~ 


A 


an 


9:30 AM.—Sunday School 


Metropolitan Memorial 
Dr. Edward Gardiner Latch 
ev. John Charlies Walker, Rev. Richerd L. Cookson 
9.30 and 11:00 am —"A FAITH THAT STRENGTHENS” 
Dr. Latch Preaching 


Nebraska & New Mexico Aves 
The National Methodist Charch 


“WATCH FOR 


services. A cordial welcome 


Mount Vernon Place 


Massachusetts Avenue at Minth and K Streets N.W. 
DR. ALSERT PF. SHIRKEY, Minister 


R. DEANE SHURE, Minister of Masic 
10:00 AM.—Church School for All Ages 
Morning Worship 9 and 11:15 AM. 
“SY RIVERS OF WATER” 
Evening Worship 6:45 PM. 
GREEN 


Dr. Albert Shirkey, preaching at all 


istt Met ’ 
to all. Representative Church 


CHEVY CHASE 


7001 Connecticut Ave. Gat Shepherd) 
Ministers, Clifford Homer Richmorid and Charles Pother, Jr. 
9:30 and 11:00 am—"LOVE = PERISH” 
Dr. Ruchmond Preach: 
Wed. 7:30 > M_—-YOUTM } NIGHT 


HYATTSVILLE 


9:00 
9:00, 10:10 and 


Baltimore Avenwe at Hamulton Stree 


. EPGAR W_ BECKETT. Mieieter 
C. DOUGLAS COONEY. Acsietant Minister 


and 11:15 AM—Church School in New Educational Bidg. 
11:15 AM .—Three identical Services 
“WHEN THE OUTLOOK IS DARK” 
Rev. Edgar W. Seckett 
Mersery Prevriged for Chil¢ren—Amople Parting m the Rear of Church 


First Methodist 


14 Teeotieth & BW 
hev. Béward SB. tewts. | 


9:45 AM—-Sundey $ 


UNION METHODIST CHURCH 


tiecks shove White House—Just off Pena Ave.) 
Minister. Minister of Music 


11:00 AM.—"JOSEPH, THE YOUNG DREAMER” 
7.30 P M.—The Adult and Wesley Fellowship 


Pree Perting FPoectlities Neet te fe Cherck 
Viet? Methodiem’s Historic Downtows Charch—Saeme Senctuary Walls Stace 1060 


Haroid White. 


HAMLINE 
9:45 AM—Church School 


E¢win B Skinner. Minister of Music 


11.00 AM.—"OF WHOM THE PROPHETS SPOKE” 


béth and Allison Ste. H.W. 
J. Artiey Leatherman, Minister 


CALVARY 


bouts a. Posten 


Summer Schedule, for July, August and September 2. 
9:00 AM—Church Schoo! Classes 
10:00 AM.—"THEY SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH” 


Convenient to Bus end Car Lines 
1459 Columbia Road N.W. 


Jenes w~ gw! 
Minister of urte 


10:00 AM.—Nursery Care 


WESLEY 


Comm. Ave ond Jocelye & EW 
ELZIN EC. SADDAWAY. DD. 
Minister 


Temple Dena. Director of Musie 


9:30 AM.—Worship 
“WISE AND FOOLISH 
SUILDERS” 

9:30 and 11:00 am. 
Church School 


Monisters: 


9 30—< hurch Schoc! 


Mr. 


patheGaays (tests Gstae in the Neue of the Capital Ces. 1814) 


oe 
FOUNDRY .; 


16th Street Near PF N.W. 


THEODORE HENRY PALMQUIST 


Al ages. 
9:30 and 11:00—"THROUGH LOVE TO 
LIFE: A LIVING HOPE” 


McKay preaching 


Dr. George L. Conner, Minister 


7:00 o.m.—Vesper Service, 


Congress Heights 


9:30 and 11:00 a.m —Sunday School 
11:00 am—EVIDENCE FOR OUR BELIEFS” 
6.00 pm —intermediate Fellowship 


Wersery Durieg AU Services 


Fifth and Alabama 
Avenue $.£. 
J. H. Searls, Assistant Minister 


Under the Auspices of M. Y. PF, 


VIRGINIA 


ARLINGTON 


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9-30 and 11:00 AM.—Church 
7:00 P_M.—Sernor Fellowship. 


Ministers: 
Maddock, William A. Lyons, Albert NM. Honaker 
8:00, 9:30 end 11:00 AM—Morning Worship 
Sermon: “NO PROBLEM 15 TOO GREAT FOR GOD” 
Rev. Albert N. Moneker 


Glebe Road at South Eighth &. 
Arlington, Va. 


Schocl. 


Gurtng of services. 


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Sad a 


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AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER - 


The Courts Mean Business 


Virginia authorities deserved the criticism leveled 
at them by Federa 
lottesville school desegregation 
policy has indeed been one of 
in compiying with 
This policy has deterred school officials from making 
use of the criteria which. as the judge noted 
available to them for assigning students on a basis 
other than race. Here was practical y an inva 
tion to adopt the pupil plan discussed 
by the Gray Commission but never acted upon 
Judge Paul made mincemest of 
arguments offered by the state 
criticisms only Attorney Gi 
recognized the 
on 


John } 


Judze 
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the Supreme Court d@ecisen 


are 


assignment? 


ibe Gelenmse 
CLCMPLURE irom mis 
neTai AimonG 
leca! f ‘its of the 
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In advising the 


the actual timing wil] be 
the Fourth Circuit Court of . 
officials are on noti 
start on desegregation 
wheiming task in a university cit 
white population of only 182 ; 

The most interesting part of | 
sion is its implication for 
State officials have consistent); 
any steps toward desegrezation im 
ties; Arlington lost its right to elect 
in part because of an interrat to which the 
General Assemb!l, t the derision 
will nudge Governor Staniey into calling the special 
session of the Legislature so long promised 

Yet the issue has now moved beyond 
of the Legislature, for this and subsequent court 
orders will hold, irrespect the state does 
Perhaps, however, the decision will serve to jolt 
legislators to their senses. It is an abrupt reply to 
“interposition” and other attempts at evasion. Att 
tudes in Virginia have never been as congealed 
as those in parts of the Deep South If legislators 
will reassess the problem coolly and realistically. 
they can at least help cushion the adjustment in 
Other areas of the state by suggesting the pupil 
assignment plan and encouraging biracial confer- 
ences at the community as well as the state level. 

It remains unfortunate, in this newspaper's jods- 
ment, that court tests should come first in downstate 
Virginia instead of in border states or in communi- 
ties along Virginia's northern tier where desegre- 
gation will raise far fewer problems. This comsid- 
eration pertains particularly to the suit in Prince 
Edward County, which is to be heard almost simul- 
taneously with the Arlington suit. In contrast with 
the situation in Arlington, there is a substantial 
Negro population in Prince Edward County, and 
there have been many threats from Farmville that 
the public schools wil! be closed 

No court has said, however, that the rate of 
desegregation need be the same in every part of 
Virginia or any other state; the meaning of the 
Supreme Court decision is quite the opposite. This 
is the real challenge to the General Assembly and 
to Governor Stanley—to provide guidance that will 
facilitate adjustment at different rates im accerd- 
ance with conditions in individual communities 
The Eisenhower Administration itself could do a 
great deal to encourage moderation in state policies 
by enunciating a plan of aiding the courts in the 
formulation of a deliberate desegregation timetable. 
beginning in the areas where the problems are the 
most easily met. 


its school board 


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the focus 


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Thought for Senators 


Only about two weeks remain of this legisla 
tive session of Congress. That is the lencth of time 
the 85 Senators listed as sponSers of the honest 
elections bill have Jeft to demonstrate to their con- 
stituents that their interest in reformmg campaiga 
contribution practices is not merely virtuous talk 


Stalling in Steel 


The resumption of conferenges by representatives 
of the steel industry and the union, with the aid 
of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service 
carries no assurance of an early termimation of the 
steel strike. Both parties are still sparring for 
position, and there is no evidence as yet of serious 
negotiations. Each must realize thal a gepuime 
compromise of differences will be necessary to get 
the steel] mills into operation once more. but neither 
is willing at this point to come forth with a new 
offer 

John A. Stephens : r for the iv 

er the resumed talks by 
m would ultimately accept 
wonderful offer™ 
rike began. David J. McDonald 
ym. retorted thal the compames 
articles of ipGgen- 


me : — g > bee 
Chie T Dee ae Ses 


predicting that the ur 
what he called the companies 
made before the st 
president of the uni 
revival of what he called t 
ture” indicated they had no intention of making 
an agreement at this time Obviously ths is not 
the way to differences and end the losses 
($50 million in wages and 
each week) that both sides are suffering 

The pre-strike offer made by the companies did 
indeed have some attractive provisions including 
wage increases averaging 73 cents an hour during 
each of the next five years, additional cost-of-living 
adjustments’ if prices should rise, further unem- 
ployment protection, and various fringe benefits 
But the offer was tied to a proposed five-year con- 
tract, which union officials thought was too leng 
other features also proved to be umacceptable 
Certainly it should now be’evident that new offers 
and counteroffers from both the managements and 
the union are needed to avoid 
the strike to the point of cripplin 
economy. 


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bon tens of steel 


Intellectual lron Curtain 


A House Judiciary subcommittee is now consder- 
ing a bill which would empower Customs and Post 
Office officials to censor publications coming to the 
United States from abroad be witmesses who 
appeared in opposition to this measure—represent- 
ing among others the American Library Association, 
the American Book Publishers Council, the Ameri- 
ean Friends Service Committee, the American Civil 
Liberties Union and the American Federation of 
Teachers—-presented so conclusive a case that we 


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hope the sebcommittee will give the bill the prompt 
burial 1 deserves. 

The bill would amend the Foreign Agents Regis- 
tratsem Act se as to require the registration of any- 
one semd.ng uste the United States any publications 
ch maght conceivably be considered propaganda 
The purpose appears te be to legitimatize a kind of 
censersiap whack bas been practiced for some time 
»y customs and postal agents under an exceedingly 
strained interpretation of the law as it now stands. 
These censors have gome so far. indeed, as to hold 
up copies of the Lemdon Economust in order to see 
uf they contained dangerous political ideas. Verner 
W. Clapp, Assistant Librarian of Congress. testified 
that under the proposed statute clerks of the Times 
of Lomcon might be required to register as foreign 
agents 

As Irwing Ferman of the Civil Liberties Union 
pointed out. “It is obvious that foreign publishers 
or publishing agencies of foreign governments will 
be wnwillieg to register under the provisions of 
jon 4 ip order te send to persons within the 
United States materials characterized as foreign 
repegenda”™ The effect. in short, would be to 
st Americans of from inteflectual contact with the 
orld eutside. This is as dangerous as it is silly. 
ss 2 form of cemsorship sponsored by men who 
faith im free imstitutions—and in the 
such institutions of their fellow- 


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Amerxcan: 


Another Try at Cyprus 


The problem of Cyprus seems to be entering 
upon 2 sew phase. Lord Radcliffe has left for the 
British colony mm the castern Mediterranean to 
begun the belated task of drawing up a constitution 
ovine the islapders home rule. Doubtless the 
jurist will talk with the immer cabinet of the Eth- 
If the exiled Ethnarch himself. Archbishop 
Makaries, will condemn terrorism (which he is not 
likely to Go), Prime Minister Eden says that nego 
tiatlems mught include the exiled preiate. 

Self-goevermument im Cyprus simply must take 

ccogmt beth of the strategic requirements of the 
Western world and of the particular interests of 
Turkey. The former may be easier to agree upon. 
After ai, Greece and Turkey are united through 
NATO im defending its eastern flank. A long time 
ago this mpewspeper expressed the opinion that 
Cyprus was vested with a NATO interest. To be 
sure, the island is formally Ueyond the NATO 
sphere. bat such an argument has no merit in the 
context of intre-NATO relations. If the problem 
had been brought up in NATO at the beginning of 
the terrorism. surely the common interest in safe- 
guara@eg siraiegcal requirements would have 
aoded im the disposition of that phase of the problem. 

There remains Turkey. A Gfth of the population 
of Cyprus = Turkish by descent. These people 
have their own ethuarch. or racial leader. They 
are just as much attached to Turkey as the Greek 
Cypriets are te Greece. In addition, there is a 
geographical propinguity. Cyprus is only 40 miles 
from the south coast of Turkey. and this factor alone 
would account for Ankara’s concern in the disposi- 
tien of Cyprus. Look at the map. and you will see 
why—ageinst the background of the position of 
the Sowlet Diec morth mortheast and northwest of 
Turkey—Turkey insists on 2 say on what happens 
te Cyprus 

Asise from these and other considerations, Brit- 
aim would be remiss ff she did not insist upon 
guarantees for the Turkish minority. Any consti- 
tutzem providing for bome rule surely requires some 
safeguards for the Turkish Cypriots, and it should 
mot be beveed the wit of the parties concerned, 
granting the return of good-will, to write such a 
constitution. ‘This is altogether apart from the 
mere distant comsderation of enosis, or union with 
Greece 


National Medical Library 


The Sght of the Chicage delegation in Congress 
acest the Natiemal Library of Medicine bill is a 
depressing exhibitien of self-serving carried to 
extremes. When the measure came up in the 
Senate a month ago. Senators Douglas and Dirksen 
attempted to have it amended so that the proposed 
new library would have te be built in Chicago. The 
Senate termed them down and passed the bill 
authorizing comstruction of a new building for the 
National Library of Medicine “im or near” Wash- 
ington. This measure has since been approved by 
2 House Interstate and Commerce subcommittee, 
but a furious Sight continues. 

Chicage Comgressmen got a bill to their liking 
introduced and sent to the House Administration 
Committee. When bearings were held. a big dele- 
gztion swooped down on Capitol Hill and pleaded 
the cause of Chicago, bet the committee decided to 
drop the measure im deference to the bill before 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce. As a last des- 
perate gesture. however, the Chicago boys are said 
te hewe gome to Speaker Rayburn with demands 
that the bal] for lecation of the library in Washing- 
ton alse be killed Ft is Gifficult to believe that 
the Speaker will align himself with any such selfish 
request 

The National Library of Medicine. also known as 
the Armed Forces Medical Library. is the largest 
collection of medical books. pictures and exhibits 
in the world Under the bill im question supervi- 
som ower thus truly sational institution would pass 
from the Defemse Department to the Public Health 
Service. Obviously the library should be given a 
permanent home im or near Washington where it 
cam serve all interested branches of the Govern 
ment Should & be transferred to Chicago, which 
siready bas four ef the country’s 15 big medical 
bbraries. 2 new collection of medical volumes would 
have to be built bere to take its place. Instead of 
bottling up the bill. the House leadership should 
insist om a grees light for its transmission to the 
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POSTWAR RELATIONS 


Decency end justice must govern relations be- 
tween people m the postwar world, which must not 
be left e preg te vandalism « further time. In order 
to acharve thes result the machmery of mternational 
: seust be strengthened so as to utilize, 
ts order under lew, the tremendous resources of 
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Letters to the Editor 


Juvenile Marriage 


I am, happily, on the inside 
looking out, so perhaps I view 
marriage differently than the 
Very Rev. Francis J. Con- 
nell of Catholic University. 
Perhaps his statements at the 
Family Life Institute were a 
little severe, but I agree with 
his general idea that early 
marriages and especially “ju- 
venile courtship” are positive 
ly “dangerous.” 

Things have come to a pretty 
pass, however, when “Mar- 
riage is primarily for the wel- 
fare of society rather than the 
individual.” 1 hope it is still 
true in our Western civiliza- 
tion that man was made for 
neither the Sabbath nor the 
state, but that the Sabbath and 
the state were both made for 
man. I have even read that 
Eve was made for Adam. There 
may have been an ulterior mo- 
tive, but none was mentioned 
in the version I read. 

This matter might be just 
an ordinary difference of opin- 
jon, were the subject of ve 
young marriages not of suc 
great concern in our country 
today. I, too, was dismayed 
by your editorial suggestion 
that our society simply “ad- 
just” to the phenomenon and 
indeed offer in the public 
schools courses to better pre- 
pare teen-agers to play grown- 
up. 
Am I being quaint to sug- 
gest to the editors and to ed- 
wueators generally that, to some 
adolescents, math, science, Eng- 
lish literature, art, music, po- 
litical science, commerce, his- 
tory and other comparable sub- 
jects are about as challenging 
and exciting as sex? Certainly 
they are as durable over the 
long haul, and, if one wishes 
to eat. as useful. 

A little academic distraction 
migm go a long way toward 
solving problems of juvenile 
courtship and child marriage. 

MIRIAM F. BOLDUAN. 

Frederick, Md. 


“Plea for Open Spaces” 


Your editorial of June 26, 
“Plea for Open Spaces,” was 
very timely. Natvral woodlands 
and fields in suburban Mary- 
land are rapidly disappearing, 
most notably in the upper Rock 
Creek watershed. Only a few 
years ago about 50 of the 76 
square miles in this drainage 
basin were in farms and woods. 
Today less than 30 square miles 
of these rural lands remain. 

The suburban population of 
this once largely agricultural 
basin has risen to well over 75.- 
000. At least 225.000 more live 
in the 17 square mile portion of 
the Rock Creek asin within the 
District of Columbia. Open and 
wooded space is pitifully short 
for these 300,000 people and 
much of it is poor in quality. 

If the Maryland-Nationa! Cap- 
ital Park and Planning Com- 
missions inventory of land 
use, referred to in your edi- 
torial. is followed by a sound 
plan for the future, many ad- 
ditional benefits besides ade- 
quate play-space acreage will 
accrue. To the extent that ridge 
and slope lands are left natural 
or semi-natural with trees, 
shrubs and grass they will bet- 
ter absorb storm rainfall, thus 
helping to clear up the silt- 
polluted mess in Rock Creek 
that so greatly detracts from 
the enjoyment of its park both 
in Montgomery County and the 
District. 

Acquisition of stream valley 
parks wil! also forestall home 
building and other construction 
in sections highly vulnerable to 
repeated floods. Our worst 
flood thus far, that of June 1, 
1889. discharged four times 
more water than the flood of 
Fevember 22, 1952, which 
covered parts of Connecticut 
avenue and Beech drive in the 
county. 

More floods as large or 
larger than the 1889 occurrence 
are going to strike here. When 


ures are taken quickly to keep 
construction out of the still un- 
developed stream bottoms and 
lower slopes. 

Although the upper county 
zoning ordinance had some 
poor features, it did provide 
flood plain zoning which pro- 
hibits building within a mini- 
mum horizontal distance of 500 
feet from the banks of Rock 
Creek and of a few other major 
watercourses in the Upper 
County Planning District. Park 
and other lightly developed 
recreational areas, being little 
vulnerable to flood damage, 
represent suitable alternative 
land-uses for these places. 

The Rock Creek Watershed 
Association urges active use of 
data now available for the 
preparation of land-use plans 
and follow through such as fur- 
ther land acquisition by jhe ap- 
propriate agencies to accom 
plish the objective of more open 
spaces. 

It is heartening to note that 
other civic and conservation 
groups besides the Rock Creek 
Watershed Association are also 
interesting themselves in these 
matters. Equal'y encouraging 
is the growing awareness of our 
state and local governments 
and their agencies, urban and 
rural, to these expressions of 
public concern over the future 
condition of the communities in 
which our children are growing 


up. 
WILBER W. BOLTON JR... 
Guetmen. Rock Creck Watershed 


Associa 
Kensington, Md. 


Diplomatic 


The excellent letter of Mr. 
John P. Burke of Brookmont, 
Md. which appeared im 
your columns of June 20,.1956, 
on the subject of diplomatic 
immunity, I believe deserves 
serious consideration, discus 
sion and action. This is a 
problem that concerns ail 
American communities where 
foreign diplomatic representa- 
tives reside or may travel. It 
is not one for Washington, 
D. C., alone, but includes New 
York City, with its United Na 
tions headquarters, Boston, 
Chicago, San Francisco, New 
Orleans and countless others. 

An additional facet of the dip 
lomatic immunity  probdiem, 
however, that Mr. Burke did 
not emphasize is the one of 
personal injury. I have re- 
cently suffered injuries (bro 
ken hip and pelvis) from being 
struck by a diplomatic auto 
mobile, which confined me to 
the hospital for over four 
months and left me partially 
crippled for life. As one who 
has been deprived of his con- 
stitufional rights to satisfac- 
tory redress, due to our archaic 
law on this subject. I have 
given considerable thought and 
study to determine what cor- 
rective measures to protect 
American citizens in their 
homeland from its inequitable 
effects could be taken. 

Very few American citizens 
realize that diplomatic immu- 
nity not only protects the for- 
eigner enjoying it from any 
claims or legal action against 
him, but it also denies Ameri- 
can citizens their constitutional 
right to go into court and have 
a fair and reasonable determi- 
nation of their damages deter- 
mined. This results in the in- 
surance company, even though 
insurance may be carried by 
the foreigner involved, being 
able to make its own deter- 
mination of a settlement figure 
for the damages suffered, with- 
out regard to any claims of 
the injured party. 

Obviously this figure is al- 
ways favogable to the insurance 
company, since the victim is 
compelled to accept what is 
offered or nothing. This is true 
because if he refuses the set- 
tlement and goes into court his 
case will be dismissed for lack 
of jurisdiction by the court and 
any judgment, therefore is un- 
attainable. The question 
what is a practical solution for 
such a situation? Changing the 
diplomatic immunity lew, which 
f 


Free Food jor Poland 


With three years to mull = 
over, the Communists heve 
found an answer to Americss 
offer of free food te the hungry 
people of Poland. They've a> 
swered that they want te ber 
our food, but that we won't sell 
itt They have made ws look 
worse than # wed never of- 
fered the food in the fut 
place. 

Yet there is an obvious sole- 
tion whereby Americe can Te 
gain the initiative and actually 
double the good will of ber 
original offer 

First. deiiwer the food. as 
originally planned, to the Red 
Cross with the announcement 
that we hope the Polish gover=- 
ment will accept it. At the same 
time, announce what the total 
price would be on the world 
market. Say, however, that the 
Reds may pay us whatever proce 
they like for the graim, and v= 
will donate their entire amourt 
to UNICEF. Or suggest that 
Poland merely accept tne gram 
as a gift and make their own 
direct contribution te UNICEF 
if they wish. 

That way the Communists 
cannot honorably refuse the 
offer. The grain actually would 
reach the hungry familics of 
Poland. And American grain 


dren of the world 
JOHN HOLWAY. 
Washington. 


Immunity 


is infernational in its scope. 
would be a long drewn oul, a 
not impossible, procedure and 
would undoubtedly be bitterly 
opposed by our own Stale De- 
partment in erder t© pretect 
its personne! abroad. What tnen 
can be done’ 

The only alternative. as | 
see it, is for our own Unies 
States Government, since i 
responsible for the situation, to 
reinstate for American citizens 
their right to lawful redress for 
damages by assuming 2t ieest 
the civil liability fer any clamms 
against persons residing im the 
United States to whem dipic- 
matic immunity is given. This 
would permit an Americen 
citizen, who has been injured, 
to sue the U. S. Government 
and obtain a fair trial and judg- 
ment in an American court for 
any damages done him— 
whether it be by another Amer 
ican citizen or a foreigner 

At the same time i retains 
for foreign diplomats ther 
diplomatic immunity status 
subject only to claims by our 
Stete Department through 
diplomatic channels fer such 
redress as it considers equit- 
able fram the foreign govern- 
ment concerned. Since the lew 
exists primarily for the preper 
functioning of the State De 
partment and its personne! 
abroad, it is only right and fair 
that it should essume the bur- 
den of such claims, rather than 
the individua] American citizen 
who at present has no standing 
either in his own courts or 
through diplomatic channe}s 

I am glad to say thet an imi- 
tial step has been taken te rec- 
tify this intolerable situation by 
my Congreseman from ‘the 
Tenth Congressional] District of 
Virginia, the Honorable Joel T. 
Broyhill. He introduced a bill. 
HR-10088, May 3. 1956. “To pro- 
vide a remedy for injuries te 
persons and property caused by 
the negligent or wrongful act or 
omission of any individual 
granted diplomatic immunity 
by the United States.” 

This bill was referred to the 
Committee on the Judiciary. ! 
understand, however, that i 
has little chance of being re- 

out of committee before 
adjournment uniess sufficment 
public interest is evidenced to 
cause it to be given some prior- 
ity. The bill, in my opinion, war- 
rants the support of every 
American citizen to hasten its 
— WARREN S&S. PARR. 


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U. S. Will Insist On 
a= == Qpen Sky Arms Check 


Uained States has military ebii- consider the Soviet's lower fig-' the 
ai at te ine we ure for the other mations as a 
wiirt & will sot unilaterally *€Tious obstacle He said that 
negotiations involving those na 
, a a tions might work out a com 
of the Joint Chet, of = i oromise between the two sets 
shears the Gest seo ip 2 com of Seures If so, & would mean 
plxated chaim of national pian- 2 Cut im the lone sought bat yet 
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> bos & op t the bishest Getmen army as well a5 cuts 
eve] othe ese-w' ive for Seuth Kerea and National 
ang WOer te Congres” st Chima 
Wiese feued = statement) Ie discussing his Thursday 
—=pag Ge Sed a ed Bad talk at Gettysburg. with Presi 
“eet 9 statemest aise made dent Eisenhower, Stassen dis 
paier 2 letter be had written closed the United States 
om July 3 t Charman George was “considering what further 
VWacon initietive” & might take on the 
acm prodiem. But would give 
ne details. He indicated that 
any new plans. ff adopted 
- meet be ready to present to 
the U. N. Disarmament Sub 
committee this fall Some West- 
em nations boge the United 
States will at least modify the 
epem skies plan or drop i for 


fact 
are 


“There three pomts which 
[a ft cede a tiie time 
Prem. & is ceeeibie that mam 
ewer requirements for the fu 
[ee security of the United 
S20es can ultimately be ‘ower 
Serguse ef the mtroducten of 


first 
agreement. 

Stassen said that the Presi 
dent's directive to him, based 
on the “underlying principice” 
that modern war was “certain” 
te be “a vast met loss to both 
sides.” was to seek “a durable 
peace” by steps which ‘main 
tain or improve the security of 
the United States.” 

Stassen said the 
States has mot altered its op 
position to a ban on tuciear 
testis. but he did not rule out a 
clange im that or any other 
present American position. He 
said no changes have been ap 
proved Ly the President at the 
National Security Council ts 
ble. He added that the test 
probiem can “only” be consid 
ered in relation to weapons and 
cuntrols 

The Russians have reverted 
to a form of their previous 
ban-the-tbomb” proposal. But 
Stassen yesterday brushed this 


Washington Scene © « e+ By George Dixon : 


that & is now scientifically im- 
All at Sexes and Sevens 


phase of an arms 


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annual regulcemertd tw aden 
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Secretary @f Defense ~ 

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United 


that 


sumiies em future force ieveis. 


possible to ferret out existing 
stocks of nidden nuclear weap 
ons. 

Stassen said Gromyko’s 
speech indicated Moscow was 


metropolis. Ratie declares 
that one woman turned to 


. 


_| McConchie, Md. May 18, and and the Washington Brick Co. 
' volt electric wire. Butch lost the Aviation Committee. 


On 
ef the more prim members of | said 
the Amerikan Newspeper ple information to use if they 
Wemen's Club are upset by 4 were fighting a war to bring 
propesal to add 2 new clause jabeout great devastation” 
t the rules of membership ithough neither had “relisbie 
providing punitive measures icentinuing information,” | 
should “the actions, behavior, | as aerial inspection woul 
utterances, or public standing | duce. on which to base a lasting 
ef a2 member become preju- |peace. Gromyko repeated Mos 
G@etal to the clubs 
and reputation” 


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inspection system” which 
sy gt! — ~ would be in the interest of all 
exzorc spar nations. He also said that the 
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Bell, Norway. that the development | 


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had said that if the original gap’ 
‘between East and West was 


“nine miles™ it had by then been 
By George Sokolsky reduced to “five miles” Yes 
iterday he said the new Soviet 
offer reduced it further to “four 
miles.” But he continued that 


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combination of pro cation. 


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/PLANE—From Page I 


45 Killed, 21 Injured 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
“ Saturday, July 14, 1956 17 


IKE—From Page I 


In Fort Dix Plane Crash Paul Hoffman Named 
\To U. N. Delegation 


Doty, chief of professional serv-** 
ices at Fort Dix Hospital, who 
interviewed the unidentified 

airman. The survivor gave no 
further details 


Lightning, storm and blinding 
rain turned the scene into a 
quagmire. 

Military ambulances. buses 
and trucks were dispatched to 
the area from Fort Dix and 
McGuire. 

Companies of foot soldiers. 
carrying axes, entrenching tools 
and other gear, waded knee- 
deep and hipdeep through 
swamp water to get to the site 
Bulldozers were used to clear 
for doctors and nurses. 

roops cut pines and set 
them in mattress-like fashion 
along a sandtrail bulldozed 
through the woods. 

The plane had cut its own 
swath through the pine trees, ~~ 
had smashed apart and had 
rolled on its side. Parts of the 
ship, including wings, motors 
and other metal were scattered 
through the woods. 

“It was sheer luck that some 
rescuers were able to reach the 
fallen craft.” one member of 
the rescue party said. 

Half a dozen communities 
im the area sent first aid squads 
to help the military. Carloads of 
families with children attempt- 
ed to get into the area but 
were detoured by a four-mile 
square grid of military and 
local police 

At least 250 rescuers were 
at the scene including medical 
and salvage crews. 

The spokesman said air traf- 
fic at the McGuire Air Force 
Base is not congested and that 


. & member of the tives and alternates nominated 


can Party, is chairman of the and Democrats, with the Re 
board of the Studebaker-Pack- publicans 
ard Corp. He won praise for 


\ate adjourned. ; ‘nitted 
| White House Press § J. Wadsworth, deputy © 

the 29th Air Transport Squad- James C. Hagerty. after an States representative te the 
ron. Air Force officials said the the names today. was U- N. Richard Lee Jones of 
backward seats were a safety if the Administration (cago. Ambassader te i+ 
measure to ward off a high hnew sheut McCarthy's ee 

casualty toll in the event of a ; 

crash.) 


to go after Hoffman. 
, “Yeah. we read it.” 

This was the first major air on 
crash in New Jersey in 4% 7 a oe 
years. , 14 ward S. Greenbsum of Prince- 

During a period of three a ml td. 0 eer tod Deine. 
months at the end of 1951 and President Eisenhower saw fit” CTat, and Mrs Oswald B. Lord. 
the beginning of 1932, three... nominste him and if con- 2 Republican whe & United 
commercial planes crashed at firmed by the Senate he would States representative to the 
oy N. J. The total dead “work for a lasting peace.” U. \. Human Rights Commis 

yan , ‘Hoffman said he also was hon- Son. 

- bag any - airliner a ored to be given the chance! President Eisenhower con- 
——- ai — m= “4g — : by the President to work with ferred this morning with Seo- 

eet? may g* —— dja “people for whom I have a spe-\retary of State Jobe Foster 

- » thin A —_ . ~ cial admiration and respect— Dulles about State Department 
cent to this Army post, was fOr +. other nominees and many affairs, but Hagerty hed oe de 
mally dedicated less than a year delegates to the U. N.” tolls on their talk. 

ago and was described at the said: — onestly Pres ales 
four to five planes leave for time as destined to become one 2 5 annch ae to oe . to wag Nona eeiens 
Europe each day. of the greatest international air- McCarthy's charges. It is a Richard M N hf: mare 

[The United Press reported ports in the world. theme he has been carrying for but their — on a: 
that the C-118 was a military Gov. Robert B. Meyner and... sesinst various le I conference = 
’ peop to Saturday morning. 
version of the DC-4 commercial leading military figures were on believe the battle of the Free. Dulles left a Cabinet 
airliner. It was adapted for hand here Sept. 10, 1955, to woua against communism is| cart fy ° —_- 
cargo and troop operations and watch the takeoff of the 25- 4. strugsic of the century and S . 7s eo 
could handle 76 passengers on 000th MATS plane. The cere-p., .o-) ae soaned Gall weather was fine In Washing- 
troop benches. Its normal range monies marked the completion I've worked ant fae Gite Shen ton, but the Aero Commander 
is 3860 miles. of $55 million worth of construc- wig That is one of the rea- ime rain just south of 

[The transport belonged to'tion begun two years earlier. | cons 1 took the ECA job.” a een ee - 

[The United Press reported the President's Air Force aide. 
that McCarthy said he would .».. naa flown Dalles here, 
oppose Hoffman's nomination ' Hos 
on the Senate floor. but that eo A rest 
he had “no plans whatsoever”... - amy nat -uasiee (hb 
to filibuster against it. “It is a — » % nad tp 
good thing that it is coming a. vy presided over 
before the Senate.” McCarthy “* \*™met meeting 
said. “I was disturbed for fear 
_—" be an interim eppolmt- Cermany Given Jets 

(Hoffman said his “personal Reuir-s 


preference” was that his nom BONN. Wes , 
ination go before the Senate 13. cenads Se ee aoe 
for “thorough consideration.” (German Air Force a gift of 73 
(Chairman Walter F. George Canadian-built F-86 Sabre Mark 
(D-G2.) told the Senate his For-5 jet fighters the Canedise 
eign Relations Committee will Embassy said bere today. 


Benefit Today Trade Board Names 
For Butch Tipton Committee Heads 


Philip M. Talbott, Washington 
Silver Hill Sand and Gravel poard of Trade president yes- 
io 


eS The Washingtes s et ane terday announced the reappoint- 

Times Herald Industrial League 

will play Glasva Athletic Clubi*™ “ Sverett J. Beothty a 
wt, <a> ~ geet” — chairman of the Economic De 

velopment Committee and the 

appointment of Harrison Somer- 

ville as chairman of the Avia- 


ert (Butch) Tipton Fund. 

The game will be played at 
Glasva, Md.. on Route 301, ten tien Camenitios 
7 tee of LaPiata, Md. at Boothby, president of the 

All proceeds of the game wil] Washington Gas Light Co. has 
go into the fund for the 10-' been chairman of the Economic 
year old youngster who was Development Committee since 
severely burned when he 1954. Somerville, vice president 
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House Boosts Funds 


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Capitol Grounds 
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“Hiessl.” Stringieliew eucted| EET 
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“EASY 
TERMS 


a, 


The 
Federal 


Diary 


By Jerry 
Kluttz 
eam 
Defiant House Group 
Fails to Agree on 
Retirement Change 
chairman, the 
st Office & Civil Serv 
\ittee yesterday 
failed to agree on a bill to 
e the US retirement 


eT ’ its 
' 


met 


ghteen of the 25 members 
led the 

was presided 
James Morrison (D-La.). 


Reportedly, the Committee 
approved tentatively an amend. 
ment to permit lower-paid em- 
ployes to compute their annaui- 
ties after the Airst five years 
of service on the basis of 1 
per cent of their average sala 
ries, plus $30, times the years 
o* service in excess of five. The 
employes would continue to use 
the 1 per cent, plus $25 plan, 
on the first five years of service. 

ep. Joel T. Broyhill (R-Va 
offered an amendment to re 
e emplove contribution 
Senate-approved 
from 7 to 6 
mittee pul it aside 
muon 
{ ommittee voted 
is executive 
Tuesday 
next ' 


closed session 


over by 


John 


per cent 


—* 


r) sPeacial 


umber 
vesterday 
abe oT) i 
Adminis J 
a 
ive approved 
Others took a different view 
They are convinced that a ma 
jority will vote for the John 
ston bill but ther felt it would 
be “bad stratecy” to have done 
it vesterday. Also, they said, a 
few amendments like the I per 
cent for $30 provision, would 
make the Johnston bill an even 
better measure for Federal em 
ploves. 


mon 


rie ry) ho: 


( hairman 


Mitay 


lamentarian 
Mu 
nd Tuesdays sessi 
Reps. John Lesinski (D 
Mich, Robert Corbett (R-Pa.) 
George Rhodes (D-Pa.) and 
Brovhill! were leaders in the 
move for’ yesterday's meeting 
aimed at speeding up action on 
a CSR bill. They and others felt 
that the hearings were drag 
ging out and that no CSEK bill 
would be approved unless dras. 
tic action was taken. 
Murray has his 
too, and they flatly d 
has been dragging 
CSR and el 
They point out 
missed only two n 
that he returned here promptly 
after the death of his mothe: 
to continue the hearings Thess 
are genuinely fearful that the 
“a could lead to hit! 
g and the blocking of a 


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legality 


supporters 


other 


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nt 
ajor employe legisiation thi 
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is a key 
wislation app 

ing days ol 
upport and 
vital 

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would | 


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reases als 


and $3000 
UNION 

Morrison, t! 

also al 

headed 

the Jo 

quiring Fede 


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RECOGNITION 


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members 
will 


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Reps 
les. John Moss (D 
H. 


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group is expected to 
7 


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Murray believe 
ll be rankied 
The Committee 
milar bill two 


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Senate Group | 


Votes Bill for 


Pawnbrokers 


District Committee 
Approves 12 Other 
Issues for Action 

On Chamber Floor 


The Senate District Com- 
mittee unanimously ap- 
proved a pawnbroker licens- 
ing bill for the District yes- 
terday 

The bill. a House 
gned 


business back to the 


passed 
measure des 
small loan 
District from 
and Maryland 


local Hillis > rn? 


to entice 


0 nearby Virginia 


13 


Senate 


was one of 


oO ine 
floor by the committes 


The pawnbroker bill 
lure to outlvis 

by increasing th 

Lerest 


‘ ; ~ 
Tave ror 


per cent 


hambeau Mem 
The 


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ave naire 


dd 


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beau and the 


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up to 
> > 
B sta ] > 
* | Om my issiong 
° 


Hiouse nase ‘i; 


would 

e mit 
»}a tiat 20 miles 
Other Approvals 


Other bills appro. 
Municipal ( 
on over damage 
S3000. ‘| present 

$1000 

® Allow mresidents of the 
District who have practiced 
nere tnonree vears to serve on 
the Board of Examiners in Vet- 
erinary Medicine. 

® Permit niore than one sil 
ver medal award in any one 
year to policemen and firemen 
in recognition of meritorious 


>< ry ice. 


wive Our 


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in to ne 


® Apply unemployment com- 

pensation laws to 1595 District 

employes of institutions in 
Maryland and Virginia 
® Free car buyers fr: 


Senate to Act 


Committee 
Approves 5 
For Bench 


The Senate District Commit- 
tee approved five nominations 
including three judges. for 
the District's new Domestic 
Relations Branch of Municipal 
n less than )5 minutes 
nve nominecs were sup- 
emthusiastically and 
heartedly” by the District 
Association, Thomas M 
ysor, new president of the 
Association, testified 
Swift Senate confirmation 
forecast for all nomina 


hole 


¥ as 
uons 
Named by the Committee to 
judges on the District's 
recentiy<reated Family Court 
were Municipal Court Judge 
Frank H. Myers, John H. Bur- 
nett and Godfrey L. Munter 
Other ni approved 


Sit as 


minees 


United States At 
istin i Fickling. 
» Municipal Court 
fill the vacancy cre 


ment of Judge 


is Smith Jr 

Robert VM. Weston 

ss a member of the District 

Public (ommission 
for a rm 


\ Rover of 


named 


5 


neals teat 
served 
the latte, 


a? 


who Rover when 
United States 

the District. Rover 
ling as an attorney 
hable integrity.” 

ng nominees 
ly Court, Raysor 

ttee there was 

ed for their con- 

tion ‘to expedite the work 


orne,. 


: 
ior 


W Oranci 
the law creating the 
Relations Branch, the 
start handling 
Gays after their in 
Family relations 
now are taken to District 
Appointment of Judge 
t branch leaves 


‘) - | 
on the Municipal 


may 


Cu 


saies tax twice on autos 
tht and replaced when 
found defective. This also 
would allow teen-agers with 
learner's permits to drive cars 
when accompanied by license- 
holders from any other juris 
diction. 
Four committee-passed bills 
still awaiting House action 


bh | 


would give free school lunches | 


to needy youngsters; allow 
Commissioners to hire nonresi- 
dent assistant assessors; com- 
pel cab owners to carry in- 
surance, and set up a fund to 
pay for official publication of 
District regulations. 


Succeeds W. E. Leahy 


Edward Burling Jr. Heads 
Citizens’ Adv 


iward Burling Jr., Washing 
ai 


' : 
was elected chairman olf 


in lawve i community 
leader 


the nine-member Commission 

Advisory 

( ounci! yester 

day. succeed 

ing the late 

William &E 

Leahy 
The 

was heid 

h iT d 

doors 

Dut labor 

er J. ( rurner 

present. Aft 

erward it was 

reported, Burling, nominated by 

Dr. Garnet ©. Wilkinson, won 

on a split written Dailiot over 

William J. Smith. active in the 

Federation of ( Associa 

and an council 

member 


Smith 


rrs 


election 


with 


Burling 


Lizens 
tions original 
later was elected first 
e surling 
was made 
Smitns mowuon 
Hall. a Burling 
and acting chairman 
ys Geath last mont 


chairman 1} 


juerit 


vice 
election subdse 


But Drop Is Coming 


isory Group 


was elected second vice chair- 
mat 

Earlier Milton W. 
past president of the District 
Bar Association. was sworn in 
as a new member to fill Leahy s 
unexpired term ending June 
30. 1958. Sworn in for new 
three-vear terms were three in 
cumbents, Mrs Harold WN 
Marsh, Dr Wilkinson and 
Smith 

The Council 
er | 
and 
missioners in 
obtain an adaditi 
Federal payment 

Burling, 48. a partner in 
the law firm of Covington and 
Burling Hie is a graduate of 
Yale, and of Harvard Univer- 
sity Law School in 1932. 

An active Republican, he is 
vice chairman of the finance 
committee of the District Re- 
publican State Committee and 
chairman of the Citizens for 
Eisenhower Congressional 
Committee for the District. 
tie named to the Coun. 

two years ago. Burling'’s 
is at 1339 20th st. nw, 


King, @ 


s first action aft 
e election was to commend 
the Lustrict Com 
their efforts to 
nal $3 million 


. order? 


is 


was 
cli 
me 


Price of Potatoes Tops 


Record High of 25 Years 


e record, then 
the devil. It's 
a chain-store 

nan agreed 
produce counters around 
ashi areas, Califor 
nia white potatoes are Dringing 
around 55 cents for 4 pounds 
The price on southern potatoes 
averages 59 cents for a 5-pound 
sack. Last year at this time— 
when spuds usually are selling 
at their lowest—you could buy 


7? ry 
hme Vil 


ifive pounds for a quarter. 


If it's any consolation to the 
housewife, potato prices prob- 


hit their peak and 
down. One pro 
» man reported a $1.50 drop 
it wholesale cost of 100 
pounds in the last two days 
The blame for the . high 
prices? Lay it to*unseasonable 
cold weather in growing areas 
from Florida to Long Island, 
the dealers say 
The cold has fouled up the 
timetable of potato crops, which 
usually overlap as they go 
north. The chain réaction 
started when the Florida crop 
was delayed two or three weeks 
The Long Island ,crop—which 
usually starts coming in by July 
4—hasn't hit the market yet. 
Relief will come when potatoes 
from Washington State, Idaho. 
and Oregon begin moving into 
trade channels within two 
weeks 


Lie 


The Washington 


Times Berald 


ity Lite 


WOMEN'S NEWS 
AMUSEMENTS 
TV-RADIO 


COMICS 


SATURDAY, 


JULY 14, 


1956 


5 


With the dust from a slum clearance pro)- 


ect adding realism, a mass 


we 
. 
4 


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ce FP ws 
, - 


Guided by M. 


ing and sterilizing whit 


The secret of making good sugar cookies | 
in the field is divulged by Melvin Seay, of 
the Office of the Quartermaster General. 
Hendricks, 


His pupils are Marjory 


Set. Theodore Ganaras of 
Food Service Department, Fort Lee, a wash- 
is 


by (from left) Mrs. E. G. Vanney of Mont- 


—— ) 
a 7 


feeding pro- | 


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2 
gomery 


constructed 


iene» 
-" Fe *, > . - 
a « 2 - 


chairman, 


: 


vice 


Purple Heart for a Skinued Ankle 


County Red Cross; 
Benson, D. C. 
Kenzie, Fairfax County Civil Defense unit. 
Bricks, mud and half drums are used. 


Emergency 
Civil Defense, and Grace Jenkins (right), 
Loudoun County C. D. The cookies were 
baked in a wood-burning oven at the site. 


- 
ov 


By Arthyr Ellis. Steff Photographer 


all 


gram under simulated disaster conditions 
is held at 3d and K sts. sw. yesterday. 


Mrs. Robert 
Red Cross, and Mildred Me- 


J 


Feeding Division, 


‘empowered 


Mass Feeding Trial Held 


By Jean White 
Staff Reporter 


, 
> 


half-acre lo 
. 20 ladies— 
the aid of some veteran 

Quartermaster Corps 
sergeants—entertained approxi 
mately 75 guests yesterday 

It wasn't at all according to 
Past 


oer 


On an open-air. 
at 3d and K sts 


with 


> A 


Army 


Emily 
rhe drated soup was 
cooked 55-gal drums and 
ladied out with a tin can nailed 
a stick. The cakes and bis 
came out an oven built 
the spot from bricks 
mud The beverage 
ached Potomac 
trucked down from Great Falls 
The setting was a sium ciear 
ance lot. When it came time to 
serve. by coincidence a great 
cloud of dust rose from a falling 
brick building being razed 
across the s‘reet 
All this addec 
phere for the occasion: A trial 
run in mass ‘“eeding curing 
simulated disaster conditions, 
netural or man-made 
The disaster-feeding team in- 
cluded Red Cross. Civil De- 
fense and Army workers plus 
observers, who made notes for 
suggestions for a manual on 
mass disaster feeding to be 
written for October release 
The 20 student-hosts were re- 
cruited for the trial run from 
Red Cross and Civil Defense 
organizations in the Washing- 
ton area. The guest list of 100 
“eaters” most of whom 
seemed to have had a heavy 
luneh just before — also came 
from the Red Cross and Civil 
Defense. 
By the time the meal was 
served at 3:30 p. m., the stu- 


in on 


or 


OT 


’ 


i.e 


to the atmos 


ents were the hungriest peo- 
le on the lot. 
They had been digging cross 


trenches to burn trash, laying 


brick for ovens and water ste 
rilizers, and hammering away 
at makeshift tables. After this 
they were ready for the food 
-rather inaptiy named, they 
thought—the typical disaste! 
meal The menu: Dehydrated 
pea or hicken noodle 
sandwiches. coffee. sugar cook- 
cornbread, cake, 
The mass-feeding 
nut t classroom 
to work with vigor 


SOUD 


Discuits 
students 
instruction 
They stuck 
together with mud unde! 
of Army top ser 
geants. They stacked tin cans 
together make a chimney 
They purified polluted Potomac 
water with household bleach 
(10 drops to a gallon). They 
boiled water and stirred dehy- 
drated soup in big drums. 
There was one casualty. Miss 
Susan Richman received a pur 
ple heart—cut out of a sym 


ics 
eir 
> 


Dricks 
the direction 


to 


ee -_———-—— —_-— —_— —— 


Suicide Is Vedict 
In Frick Death 


Dr. Christopher J. Murphy, 
deputy coroner, issued a certif- 
ieate of suicide yesterday for 
Harold C. Frick, found shot in 
the mouth Thursday in his Ken- 
nedy-W arren apartment. Mr. 
Frick, 71, was head of the H, C. 
Frick Insurance Co 

Funeral! services will be held 
at 2 p. m. Sunday at the All 


Souls Memoria! Church, Cathe- 


dral ave. and Woodley pl. nw. 
Burial will be 
Indiana 


in Petersburg, 


bolic tin can—for skinning an 
ankle against a board. 

When the house fell in across 
the street, Ma). Robert Benson, 
of the Quartermaster General's 
Office, said 

“We even have natural props 
And we have the Capitol in the 
background to remind us it 


could happen here 


‘Transit 


y 


Senate Group 


Hearings 
On Burke 
Proposed 


-__e 


Staff Reporter 

The Senate Appropriations 
‘Committee is scheduled to de- 
cide today on whether — and 
iwhen—to hold hearings on 
President Eisenhower's request 
‘for $34.7 million to start con- 
struction on Burke Airport. 
| Committee members said late 
yesterday that the matter would 
be taken up at the session this 
morning in connection with the 
supplemental 
bill. passed 
House. 

Advocates of Burke vester- 
day were lining up their forces 
in expectation of a hearing 
Monday. A tentative schedule 
of eight witnesses—four for 
advocates and four for oppo 
nents—reportedly had been pro- 
posed. The Burke advocates 
are hoping to produce repre 
sentatives-of the Air Transport 
Association, the American Pi 
lots Association, the Washing 
ton Board of Trade and the 
Committee for Burke Airport 

Sen. John Marshall Butler 
(R-Md.). who wants to see the 
airport at Friendship, Md., be- 
come Washington's second air- 
port, said a Monday hearing 
would not give him enough time 
to line up witnesses against the 
Burke request. He said he “most 
certainly” would appear at the 
hearing if it is held Monday. 

Butler sent a letter to mem- 
bers of the Senate Appropria 
tions Committee asking them to 
defer action on Burke until the 
next session 

He also said that if Friend- 
ship is designated a “co-air ter 
minal” for the Washington- 
Baltimore area, the Adminis- 
tration and Burke advocates 
would realize “it would be a 
tragic waste of the taxpayers 
money” to appropriate further 
funds for the project 

Secretary of Commerce Sin 
clair Weeks has asked the 
Civil Aeronautics Board to des 
ignate Friendship as an alter 
nate to National airport wntil 
Burke is constructed. The Sen- 
ate received the Burke funds 
request because the suppie- 
|mental appropriations bill al- 
ready had been reported to the 
\House. The Senate plan is to 


| By Frank R. Kent Jr. 
| 
} 


appropriations 
yesterday by the 


| include the Burke request as 


an amendment to the final sup- 
plemental bill which is still in 
House Committee. 


Shore Bridge 
Moves Closer 


To Reality 


NORFOLA, Va., July 13 
4 multimillion dollar bridge to 
link the Virginia mainiand with 
the Eastern Shore moved a step 
closer today with appointment 
of a committee to set upa study 
of the proposed project 


The committee 


a meeting 
Bay Ferry 


thpee man 
named 
of 


vesterday at 
the Chesapeake 
District will con 
ier with consuiling engineers 

Serving on the committee 
will be W. DD. Dimmitt of Nor- 
folk: L. Beirns Perrin Jr.. of 
Warwick and George R. Mapp 
J-.. of Northampton County. In 
addition, Commission Chai 
man Lucius Kellam also will 
serve. 

The 


( omm’* sion. 


ferry commission was 
the Legislature 
to undertake a bridge or tunnel 
project across Chesapeake Bay 
if itt decided one would be fi 
nancially feasible and in the 
interest of the state 

The route would depend on 
the recommendation of the con 
sulting engineers. At present 
bay ferries travel 21 miles be- 
tween the Kiptopeke and Little 
Creek termimals. However, a 
bridge or tunnel crossing by 
way of the tip of the Eastern 
Shore and Cape Henry. would 
shave seven miles off this dis 
tance. 


by 


Ballantynes 104 Years Old 


City’s Oldest 


Moving to N 


Washin 
n 


hook 


oldest 
since “Uncle 


gton s 
store. | 
Tom's Cabin” was a best selle 
moving anew building 
—_ ming planned { Jul 
with opening pianm ior July 
23 


OUSTIESS 


is into 


William Ballantyne & Sons 
hooksellers and stationers for 
104 years, is moving from its 
home of 30 years at 1421 F st 
nw. around the corner to 605 
i5th st. nw.. across the street 
from the United States Treas 
ury 

Ballantyne’s 
st. in 1852 
only $1000 the first month, 
mostly to stock the book 
shelves. “Uncle Tom's Cabin” 
was the first book mentioned 
in the firm’s first ledger, which 
was turned up in the moving 
preparations. Alongside Uncle 
Tom and other books, Ballan- 
tyne’s then sold hair invigora- 
tor 

Now Ballantyne’s best seller 


) 


7th 
of 


opened 
with 


on 
expenses 


Bookstore 
ew Quarters 


is “The Search for Bridey Mur- 
phy” and the store sells sta 
tionery, greeting cards, engrav- 
ings and adding a costume 
jewelry and gift department at 
its new location 
Ballantyne's 


is 


was family 
business until 1952, when a 
group of local businessmen 
bought it. The present owner 
Horace J. Meyers, purchased 
the business last year. He was 
a home furnishings merchan- 
dise manager for Lansburgh’s 
for 10 years, was with The 
Hecht Co. and afterwards ran 
the Horace J. Meyers home fur- 
nishings and decoration busi- 
ness on Connecticut ave 

Several authors will auto- 
graph books in the new store 
during the first month after the 
opening. Among the first will 
be Herbert Block. the Washing- 
ton Post and Times Herald's 
Pulitzer Prize winning cartoon- 
ist, Herblock 


ion the grounds that 


: 


| people are 
an aversion to working without 


Action 


Delayed in Rush 
To End Session 


| 


Conferees Defer 
Drafting Franchise 
Provisions Until 
Monday Morning 
By Richard L. Lyons 


Stat! Reporter 
Congressional settlement 
of the District transit prob- 
lem was delayed again yes- 
terday by the adjournment 
rush of floor business. 


An afternoon meeting 
House-Senate conferees was 
postponed until 10 a. m. Mon- 
day because House members 
were held on the floor by ac- 
tion on a long list of bills 

Sen. Pat McNamara  (D- 
Mich.), conference chairman, 
said he thought conferees could 
finish their work Monday. 
Their task is-to act on a bill 
granting ©. Roy Chalk a fran- 
chise to operate District transit 
alter Aug. 14 when Capital 
Transit’s franchise expires 

Conferees tentatively agreed 
on franchise provisions at three 
meetings earlier in the week. 
Ihe big unsettled question i¢ 
now to assure uninterrupted 
service Chalk’s offer to buy 
CTC turned down by the 
stockholders Aug. 3 or if the 
transter cannot be made by 


Aug 14 
City Given Powers 


staf? lawvers 
drafted language vesterday gi\ 
ing the District ( 
authority 
tinuity of 


of 


if 


1< 


Congressional 


mmmMissioners 
to deal with the con- 
Of service questions. It 
would let the city heads gi 
CTC a temporary permit 
operate until Chalk can ft 
over, or issue Chalk’s franc 
tO anotner operaor if CTC turns 
down Chalk’s $13,540,000 offer. 
Such a solution would avoid 
a conference fight over the 
Commissioners’ r eco m menda- 
tion that a standby publie au- 
thority be created to run transit 
if Chalk can't. Housé members 
are opposed to the Senate 
passed public authortiy idea 
Chaik, New York airline ex. 
cutive, said he would start tak- 
ing inventory, searching titles 
and doing other work prelimin- 
ary to taking over aq, 500n as 
conferees give final approval to 
a bill. He said he was sure he 
could finish the work and take 
over by Aug. 15 if the conferees 
reach agreement Monday. 


Labor Problem Looms 


If he can't and CTC should 
conunut operating. the com- 
pany could face a labor problem 
such as produced last summer's 
strike. The transit union's con- 
tract with CTC expires Aug. 14, 
It has submitted new demands. 
In a letter refusing to negotiate 
it would, 
not be in business, CTC includ- 
ed a pro forma statement termi- 
Mating the contract as of Aug. 
14 


| Union president Walter J. 
| Bierwagen 
| didn't know what would happen 


said yesterday he 
on Aug. 15 if CTC was stil! the 
employer. But he added: “Our 
unhappy and have 


a contract 

Chalk said he would 
union contract talks as soon as 
it was “proper Hie said he 
thought he must wait until the 
stockhoiders agree to sell him 
ine company 


start 


Winners Named 
In Motor Roadeo 


Five airmen and one civilian 
won first places in the finals of 
the 1956 Headauarters Com- 
mand Motor Vehicle Roadeo 
at Bolling Air Force Base yes- 
terday. 

rhe six winners will 
sent the Headauarters Com- 
mand in the Air Force world. 
wide Motor Vehicle Riadeo at 
Hamilton AFB, Calif. Sept. 
26-28 

The 


repre- 


civilian 
James D. Richards. 
ning st. ne, in the 1! 
competition. He wv 
carryover winner 
year’s locat contest 

The five airmen 
were: Al/c Bobby J 
sedan ciass: A ] 
Wishow, “%-ton 1 
S/Sat. Joseph Lumia, 29-pas- 
senger bus: A 3/e William Cur.- 
tis, tractor trailer: A l/e John 
Alexander, refueling unit trac- 
tor trailer van type 


Today’s Chuckle 


Traffic sign at the edge of a 
email town in the South 
miles an hour or $19.90.” 


winner was 
( Nate 
:-ton truck 
as the only 

from last 


~ > 
& ie 


winners 
Ferguson, 
Clyde M., 
ickup truck: 


aT 
- 


— -- 


RUGS 
CLEANED 
AND STORED 


“Over 26 4vyears experience in 
dusting. shampooing. sizing. 
cutting. binding; fringing and 
repatring 
* New Modern Equipment 
Free Pick-up and delivery in 
D. C.. Maryland and 
Virginia 
Oriental or Domestic Rugs 
Winter or Summer Rugs 
All rugs fully insured 
Washington's Lergest 
Furniture Ditepleg 


CURTIS BROS. 
LU. 4-4000 


Viet our newly fedecorated 
Purniture @tore for Better Buys 
im Purnitere and Reuss 


NICHOLS AVE. AT/V ST. SE 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HER ALD | 
1) ’ Seturdey, July dd 1956 — | ® : F. D. Shelton Prayer for Today 


-_ —— a t—™ - —— ee 


God, our Father. we lift 


be . . | 
lito thee our grateful praise. 
S 5 Dies; riter Thou art our strong deliv- 
a. aps Is | ' erer. In hours of darkness 


. thou hast been our support,/! 3/en wood 
And Editor in j)OY OUT companion, From Sanmon. agg oe La 
| thy hand comes cvery good 7 ae - 
" paws ‘ BLANCHE | - 
° 


Py - BS a gift. For family and friends 

hi a - sa ion y* > ae ; ) for beauty and laughter, for 
FF. Frederick De Witt Shelton,’|work and praver. we give 

x! : 61, a nationally known econ- |thee thanks. Above all we 


‘hs oe 


: es >. ne {oe " . | ; 

- a . omic writer and former asso-| | t@nk thee for the gift of thy 
| Raker > . 

> sed Son for our Tredemp- 


> 


. . See 4 aa iciate editor of the Kiplinger Am 
: ee | ° e ’ . * ie! 

e in a special “F ' Letter here, ther W »uned ahi 

cL,enel al \ssem- ’ ; ; y : bs a | died W nes emery 


¢ Pe» 
; ' pe >. ; ashingion [ | > dis- - 
, ster fler ? : . ; ’ . SiC KERNELA. Rt esttt ce Os 
Jud ve Paul y mages 8) ee | | sae B |day in S trict judge, District of duly 12. ists fox a — 
. ; . | pa policy on ’ , Hospi- ER ‘LL. bee hue dar 


: MiNi Toc erne iether of 
egation was Se l, Springfield, von 


v ariottesville + = Mo. He was ; 
F « 
Speaks Out irt decision Lhurs nat . : ! victim of lung . Chris _ 
a) ie { : ; a cance! ". Bers x : 
, tors in uthside Vir : ’ . ‘ ees ' ; 
> | ' ; . ieeerment Cedar 
k roti Bench ginia, whe + Negro popula. a? te - | moe =| ton resident — BENNETT Sageent 
— ' en and resist. : . for man: years a / Sees. th a tI 
segreg the great , ° Mr. Shelton Stewart Abell e . a 
ed legisla : . lived at 4411 : ' uneral services f \ewar>»ri 
event any | | Hadfield le F. Shelton é, 
re in the 


School Verdict 


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nw. At the time of his death 
Mr. Shelton and his wife. Char 
line, were spending the sum 
ommission) mer in Springfield wv ; ~ 
Edward graduated from Drury |. Hon iTOll Sk. TN fons : Gianit wOmmMas 
e said it : x 1 lege 40 years ag He ' a surial Will ae ~~ & —' 
al (sOV ; 
al 
tnree 


ta ked of 


trusteé of the Col 
After Army servic 
War |, Mr. Shelton 
L nited States + 
Commerce in 1920. He irked 
the Chamber's 
referendu! tT iment 
1931 when he joined the 
nger organizatit 
Was associate 
the Kiplinger letters unt 


I! Shelton aiso acted 7 


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Dird 


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Cmdr. David 5. Butler, head of the Naval Cmdr. Harold 8S. Willis, executive officer 
Photographic Interpretation Center, breaks of PIC; Rear Adm. James S. Russell, chief , : . as i 
ground for a new Center building in Suit- | of the Bureau of Aeronautics and Rep. native of Webs! = tte ae a. 
land. Offering verbal help are (from left) Harry R. Sheppard (D-Calil.). ., he w , . . - : 
pam — en - - _— clubs 
Among 


National Press lu osm 7 2 ) . = ; aahers 


he ~~ Work Starts Mary Van Deventer: Society. He belonged to St,|™Wi8%;, EANCER Op, Depater. |e tae 


4id ’ 
~ienet o Qn Suitland 7) ] f 
tegration” | ens augiiter of justice 
" assign \ 4 —- B | | ay - 
Be . avy ul c Hie Mary Lurton Van Deventer, Court 
| daughter of the late Horace H.| judg - ' . ' ~ Pr RORACE 
Lurton,: a former ssociate t ni preme |... mer . ne ap . = — - , 


Marea ’ ; 3 
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BARNSLEY ; PPRoOTSeON 
private’ Ground-breaking ceremonies 
were held yesterday for a new 
’ sat 
$25 million building at Suit -— tice of the t 
land, Md.,. which will house the \our' 
Navy PRotographic Interpreta- Thursday ar ved as \ fi : = 
r 12. Tenne le M it r- Mo *.  Biive 
on Center now located at Ana ».. nome 2 | | | | . 
costia. ad! n 1 Fun : 1 
The new structure will be \ ° ® ® &c' 
built in the neighborhood of the *¥°: Ne ‘ 
last, V@avy Hydrographic Office and an = iINnesS 
the Census Bureau. on Suitland S¢vera! months 
k (D rd.. near Siiver Hill rd _B r n 
de Fifth The agency which will use ark sv 


' BRASS. IDA . = 
today la he A BRAUS | & MORON. JO8X 


Seant » ti Ta facil ‘ tad fem. she wa and the Di 4) I ; Loe Dee n ¢ “ . 4 i=o.e aréens Cemetery. 
’ ed ~ aniewv tne t N evi Li 5 was esiai : " . ‘ , 
" legislation | lished in 1942 to provide aerial the widow of : = ina Chart: Alfred L. Hutchison : > : SALLS. LAWRENCE I 
>! ‘ . - ’ ‘ : “ - ‘ - +e 7 =. . 
rs mn in the photographic intelligence data ! orace Van ‘ese F leave: Alfred Louic Hi - ao 
the Vir ; of rgini rrespec-\and to train technical person- VC nventer, a Mrs jurton . . MN ek ay hae e 
' rde: nel for the Navy. Since 1945 it, Knoxville law Van Deventer |" , pw, 4 ' ae A over artera 
never bas hési- in member of the has been located at the Naval yer who served tol L, | tur place nw., Uleaners, 7808 Old Georgetown 
to speak out on controver- em lw «pi program of Receiving Station in Anacostia \" Washington on the Mexican an ' liece lie iT rd. Bethesda. for about 
issues and he figures that @efiance would be announced; First spade full of earth for|Llaims Commission. Mrs. Van ton, 2129 Florida years, died 
sometimes he says too much n the next ween or iv days. the structure was turned by Deventer lived if Washington ' Thomas L. 7 Thursday at i 
dir ly , "| But the Gray Commission) Rep. Harry R. Sheppard (D- fcr several years. r, Colo. Private funeral serv-| cn ene Hos BURCH. FLEIFABETH 4 
160 irect y , » the 3 . “- Suburban Hos 
plan, especially the pupil &% cCslif) Others who participated’ Her father was Chief Justice ices will be held on Sunday in ,.,,,) after an ; igss. st Ge 
signment plan, was looked wore Rear Adm. James R. Rus-0f the Tennessee Supreme Knoxville, Tenn. 1 
upon by other ‘legislators as . , Sa 
+h | ielean manne sell, Chief of the Navy Bureau Pas Fr an Sion 
he answer. Delegate William : 
nites of Arlington <aiq Of Aeronautic, and Comdr 
ae eo) David S. Butler, commandin , aeane 
enactment of the Sssigir) mor of the ceiter * Frank R. Mitchell Wythe Williams 
plan duris ig the past ses- _ .  enewew frie *_ 7 
could have ower the The builder for the new Frank R. Mitchell. 73. a re JERSEY CITY, July 13 (LNS) 
He decision Prince Georges Couny facility tired official of the Western Wythe Williams, prominent 
an immediate §5 John Tester & Son. John ( 
0 cons der the Loenhier is the architect . . ~~ 
Until 1953 the center was a dent of Arlington County, died Gay ats Francis Hospitai here 
Armistead WL. subordinate command of the! yesterday at his home, 608 after an _ ill 
Naval Photographic Center. North Vermont st. Arlington. ness of more 


” hes 


— Mr. Mitchell suffered from a0) OOO he 
solution lies . Donald F. Kehl heart ailment 
A mative of Greece, N. Y “We Willian ‘Befere coming — ys 
Memorial services for Donald wr. Mitchell joined the West mwanllles roe. . FN lg a CORA AMELIA CLARK a me. 
Kehil, 46, an assistant gen- ern Electric Co. shortly after ° Sunces ane ~ oe ; ' ; _ irginia Pepers 
counsel for tie Ford Motor the turn of the century. Sub-| rt) Uewe years. He was born in 1 uk Reamer Prieads | Say 12. 1904 
and a former Treasury De- S®d¥ently he worked West-| p-ece Club of owa. Mr. Hut 
ern Electric in various posts *** . to the Bethesda M 
partment of-| throughout the country, includ- America, had 2 thesda M 
ficial here, will ing Washington under n 4a a | : 
be held at 8) He returned to the Washing- ™4J0r SUrZCTY ay. winiams |... oT ae = wh Pr wie 
p.m. Monday ton area about 1928 and settled June : fh» tek Oe a aD st. a : ‘ 
in Christ Epis- in Arlington. At one time he moval of a cancer. He lived 
—_ ' es copal Church,| was division superintendent for Weehawken N.@ 
publican dg rt oe A Bigger. - Dear DOr, Western Electric in Washing Born in Meadville, Pa | 
Over WERE OS om Siffie ~ te ogee Mich ton. Mr. Mitchell retired ji hia Weeleva) — os Cemets 
sides —"d = — Mr. K +h1/1045 tended Ohio Wesieyan = ist ary ens hn | DONOVAN, ‘EMMA ‘BEMPLER 
He was a fi art y cal ait oe, - = died June 30| He was a life member of the Sity and began hi , : 
fain in World War |, return aa a <r . aboard the! Atexander Graham Bel! Chap- career tn 1905 as shaahdl - 
from Francs rm term In ¢_) a Ghatea” sitinte ; United Airlines ter of the Telephone Pioneers the Minneapolis T: ne Requiem mass will be offered 
the House of Representatives. | ate , ae , Mr. Kehi plane which of America. He attended the The veteran newsmat ari + ag, r m Monday 
ed private . , a crashed in/Calvary Baptist Church inc ¢ also included reporting hue of Lourdes Ca c cay, guy 
Grand Canyon, Colo. He had Washington for the lilwaukee Sentin nur n in Be iesda. Burial wil SICHMAN. ADDI: 
executive committee be en with Ford since 1947. He Surviving are his widow 1.) jicag aminer ‘ ai ein Parklawn ( emetery , " 
neet “as soon as pos-| ved at 25050 Marshall st.,|/lian, of the home address 
owed by the full com-| Dearborn, Mich daughters, Margarete Temple. Le: ations an rlin Rev. Ernest A. Palmer 
consider the whole During World War Il Mr.' man and Myra Patterson, both 
raised: by the Char. Kehl worked in the Treasury of Falls Church: two sons. J ime ‘uropean respondent Funeral services for the Rev 
decision. State Sen | Department's foreign funds| Rhodes Mitchell, Richmond, for ¢! New York World and Ernest Adolphus Palmer. 76 
Waverly, Com contro} division Va., vice president of the Chesa llies Magazine, and |! ll be held at 1 p. m. Sunday 
he would) _ Survivors include his wife,/peake and Potomac Telephone 1 co ssount Calvary Rantict (SUES sere 
inlevy next week Grace, and two daughters, Kath-\ Co of \ irginia, and F. Raymond the S: lav Evening Post : eet waaptew. Bap 
Stanley when we and Janet, all of the home Mitchell Jr.. Fairfax, stri le was ; istant to wa gt Rockvill . Burial we. tee a r-rigen hee Cos — on on 
ild meet address commercial manager { le ward of directors of the *¥! 9¢ 48 Lincoin Pal mi r of ang MM iru dy ony bet ENTER 
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special inter and P. in Arlington twin sis- R nstt 5 te 


an . he boa f et | | ma . ©. 8 - eats peeer oS. 
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Flectric Co and long-time res) newsman al d auLnoras died to vy | - 
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ance is N. Y.. and a broths rry. of ir Wil ns ithore - Calvary = 7 a ro , rt ta — 
id.asin NEW YORK, July 13 ® Greece. N. Y. Ten andc! is i Bo get santa rye pony % at 4 P Re os and i, Wareox wutian McRECEXEE On 
Newport Comedian Sid Caesar and his dren also «urvive ill sor idd!) ‘ the Reicl last 18 years ’ osée =) 
that fe announced the birth of a be in Columbia Gardens . hington + icast and at Nils 
npeen fiaAaAugnte} today rhe girl lery. | : , ericK ave.. tockvill ’ , 
als de- weigl 18 pounds 6 ounces. The 
har : two other children, 
le 4 and Richard, 4. 


ELLIOTT POROTHRY ranerT?i 


me! suffered a 


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f ilty I ruitiul Years Loss JOHN Js memory 4 “ae * | r . Bisco Prove re oo er, i. 


Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Gossage of 408 Kennedy st. nw. 
are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary this week. 
geettie Gossage was a master painter with the National Geographic ) ' ee we Ses. & pee WILLIAM LEE’S SONS oOo 
WAR neten . Society for 18 yedrs until his retirement in 1952. The couple But in our hi he liveth stil, 5 rt Seren Taturekt. bet FUNERAL HOME 

_ had five children, three of whom are living; 19 grandchil- §f¢' ea ae wm. Pere | Ses ” es ie fp Jeadore CREMATORIUM 

dren and three great-grandchildren. | whee | : Low TE Any Maem AVE =P 


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Town Topies 
Marines 


By Marie McNair 


FOR THE Cuban Ambas 
sador. Migucil Ange! Campa, 
and the Chinese Ambassador, 
Hollington Tong, the “Sun- 
set Parade” 
at the Marine 
Barracks yes 


Snap Into Sunset Parade 


yesterday at the Metropolitan 
Ciud in honor of Albert 
Nufer, new U. S. Ambassador 
to the Philippines, and forme: 
Ambassador to the Argentine 

Other guests were Deputy 
Under Secretary of State Rob- 
ert Murphy. Assistant Secre 
lary of State Walter Robert. 
son. State Depariment Coun- 


Smith 
b ry? 


Emmet 


r Healey. Horace 


Counselor of the U. S 
bassy in Manila. 
O'Neal and Myron Cowen, for 
S. Ambassador to the 
Philippines: Charlies Hodge. 
Ernest Lindley, James Reston, 


Lyle Wilson. Walker Stone. 


mer | 


“Confederate Mint Julep and 
supper’ party at Adams tarm, 
Frederickburg, n Sar 
day, July 22 


Au Revoir: 

MR. AND MRS. Clement 
Conger and their three chil 
dren sailed on Wednesday on 


the Independence to spend 
six weeks in France 


Robert Foulon, David Cut 
tell and George Peabody. 


Date Book: «~ 

PIERRE Millet, French 
Minister,.who is being trans 
ferred from the Embassy to 
Paris, will say goodby to his 
friends at a party he'll give 
on Monday afternoon at An- 
derson House 

Madelaine Reece Adams has 
sent out invitations for a 


terday after- selor Douglas MacArthur. 
moon was Deputy Assistant Secretary of 
a “Tirst State. Howard Jones, James 
A m D assa- D. Bell of the State Depart. 
doer Campa ment. Chief of Protoce!l John 
was stirred R Fr Simmons, and Deputy 
“It was very , Chief of Protocol, Victo 
im pressive™ Purse 
he said. Am- The Ambassador of Thai 
bassador land, Pote Sarasin and the 
Vietnam Ambassacor Trah 
Van Chuong. were also in the 
group. More were Comdr. \ 


Embassy Row: 

PERSIO da Silva, First See 
retary of the Paraguay En 
gave a farewell cock 
yesterday at his 
home on 29th st. for Comer, 
Mario Lopez Escobar, Naval 
Attache of the Paraguay Em- 
bassy, who is returning 
Paraguay. 


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tail party 


mmpressed.. “TIT ve 
never seen such precision.” 
To wateh the Marines 
some in scariet tunics and 
white trousers, others wear 
img navy biwe jackets atop 
their white trousers. “march 
on the coolers and present an 
imtricate manual at arms. has 
been viewed many times by 
many people. Yet it's an ex- 
perience that = ever new 
and that fires the spark of 
patriotism im every mans 
hear 


YESTERDAY Marine Corps 
( ommandant. Gen. Randolph 
Pate. and Mrs. Pate saluted 
Navy Secretary and Mrs 
Charies Thomas at the parade 
and at a reception following 
in the garden 

Secretary and Virs. Thorm- 
as. Mrs. Arthur Radford. wife 
of the Chairman of the Joint 
Chiefs of Staff: and Mrs. Max- 
well Taylo?. wife of the Chief 
of Stall. Gen. Taylor. arrived 
together. They took seats 
with Gen. and Mrs. Pate 
a front row 


OFFICERS in their 
starched white uniforms 
crowded the garden scene 

There were the former Ma- 
rine Corps commandant, Gen 
Lemuel Shepherd: the Ma 
rime quartermaster genera, 
Mai. Gen. Raymond Ander- 
som. and Mrs. Anderson. Vice 
Ldm. f Tyler Wooldridge 
and Mrs. Woodridge 
Gen. Philip Berkiey 
and Mrs. Berkley: Rear Adm 
and Mrs. Heward Orem, 
Rear Adm. Victor Barringer, 
and Mrs. Barringer 

From other lands came 
Bric. P. C. Gupta and Mme 

ef india Brig W ~. 

non of New Zealand. 

MeKinnoen. and. 

aking friends iast. Adm. Sir 

Michael Deany. the new 

chairman eof British Joint 

Services Missions, and Lady 
Denny. 

Mrs. Gerald Thomas. wiie 
of the Commandant of the 
Marmwe Cerps School at 
Quantico. said she was Deck 

familiar territory. With 
Cuben Ambassador was 


RAINY SENDOFF—Reporte: 
weds, actress Ma 1M 
Miller dashed | uch 
plane for Eng! 


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Rain Jinxes the Miller Departure 


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NEW YORK : 
Newlyweds Ma 


and Arthur Miller 


erbatoti was tal a%a Her ess azer’ 


news . accident Weobhver. said a “oO ..eC 
the 


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June 29 while fol 
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The driver of the 
cal ira Slade 12 
charged with negligent 
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apart Paris Magazine correspond 


By Wally McNamee. Stall Photographer 


tonic summer clothes. One of the refresh- 
ing styles for the show was this toast crepe 
by Suzy Perette with a bloused back and 
cowl neckline. Commander Whitehead's 
comment: “I like to see women in feminine 
fashions 


THE COMMANDER APPROVES—Com- 

mander Edward Whitehead, who is usually 

seen indorsing a bottle of Scheppes, 

switched to style Thursday. He was the 

guest of honor at a Hecht Company lunch- 

eon and fashion show geared to cool-as-a- 
the British Minis —_—_— —— 

Lady Harcourt 
they are starting a 
in August for a ranch 

Jackson Liole, Wyo 


Students Take Capital’s ‘Grand Tour 
eesagdor and Lady Vv 


mate car Gaal extth THE GROUP of ) 
and Gee af rlgn exchange students who 
ave been sampling the sights 
f the Nation's ¢apital during 
” Da 


653 for three-month stay with fam- 
Europe. Eight Wash- 
ngton area students from 
schoole attended here by the 
Furopean students were in 
hat group 


this country a 
nes in 


Their visit to 
Ame! 
volun 


Was sponsored by the 
can Field Service, a 
teer organization, and the ex 
tne two-way annua 


ihe vou 
been sent ba 
oe week, tf the! es af 
the summer yesterday Y prograr borne by the 
ran blots mar OM the communities have 

1 the students. live spent a year in the United 

he United States or abroad as guests of American 

families, and tor the past 
ree weeks have toured the 


country by bus 


foreign students 
slates 
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and giris 


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left on June 25 for 


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L. JANE THESBO 
—ELGENE L RANE , 
Announcement ts made of the 
engagement of Loretto Jane 
Thebe. daughter of Mrs. Hub- 
ert Andrew Thebo and the 
late Mr. Thebo. to Eugene 
ignatimas Kane. son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William A. Kane Sr 


GWENDOLYIN ARBOGAST 
~—HARLES W. WALTON 
Mr. and Mrs. Buford ©. Ar- 
bogast of West Paim Beach. 
. Fila. ammounce the engage 
SATE Moen of [heir daugnter, 
nour a (,wendoiyn Joyce, to Charies 
Wallace Witten. Miss Arbo- 
gast is now emploved bs 
L_nited States GCovernment 
ler fiance attends Benjamin 
WwW ON—A , Franklin Uniwersity and is 
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Mrs. Gibson Nominated for Post 


MRS 
Monroe 
presiden ati Y 
eration of epudiical vice 
en. has bee 
the presiden 
zation 

Rilections are sc! 
Sept. 5 to 7 at 1 
convention in Ch ; ident of the California 

Mrs. Gibson will run fo receration 0! Republican 
the post now held by Women third vice president, 
Carrol! D. Kearns. wife of the ™rs. Harold McGeorge, St 
Republican Rep Petersburg. Fla.. member-at- 
from Pennsyivania large of the NFRW executive 
Kearns, having served committee; fourth vice presi- 
terms, is ineligible to dent, Mrs. J B. Parks of Pueb- 
again for the same office 10, Colo 

Secretary. Mrs. W. H. Det- 

THE NOMINATING YY weiler’ of Hazelton, Idaho. : ef 

mittee, whose secretary president of the idaho Fed- the bail. The public is invited 


Summer Store Hours 


JULIUS GARFINCKEL & CO. 
MAIN STORE 


Republican Wom- 


Mat- 


n Burdick of Wash- eration of ubli 
has also an- en; treasurer. Mrs. H 
the following slate son, Avoca, Minnesota 
president, Mrs The presidential nominee 
mpson of Hunt- is vice chairman of the He 
wife of Rep publican State Central Com- 
Simpson: second mittee of Michigan and was 
ient, Mrs. G. L. Pen a delegate to the 1932 Re. 
Berkeley Calif. publican convention 


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Closed Moadsy 
Opes Tuesday through Saturday 


9.50 am. to S45 pm 


Air-Cooled 


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iypieces 


911 Seventh St. N.W. Washington 


Bastille Dav Ball 


The Federation of French 
War Veterans will give a Bas 
tille Day ball this ewening at 
the Mayflower Hote! to bene 

the Associations relief 


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WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER. ALD 
Juls 


l4, 7956 


D’Ewart Choice 


Lauded. 


Lon 


complicted 


The Senate Interior mit- 
tee 
days of noisy political hearings 
on the ination of Wesiey A 
lL) Ewart A «sist Secretary 
of the Interior 


move 


yesterday iwo 
nom 


as ani 


to connhnrm 


Chairman James ! \f 


(D-Mont.) said it we 
some time to put tne 
gether 

LD’ Ewart, 
lican Congressman 
lana, was given a 
pointment by President Eisen 
hower Oct. 6, 1955, to direct the 
Interior Department's publ 
land management He has 
waited nine m« for a heat 
ing. and his term expire 
when Congress ad) if no 
action is taken on ine 
tion 

By contrast 
Interiors new 
unanimously confirmed 
month within a WweeK 
nomination. Ina half<iay hea! 
ing, the Committee diant even 
hother to go into executive se 
si0n to vote on Seaton 

Committee witnesses ye 
day both criticized and praised 
the D’Ewart nomination 

Helen L. Peterson, executive 
director of the National Con- 
gress of American Indians. de 
clared D'Ewart's record as a 
member of the House Interior 
Committee ympa2 
thetic” toward Ar 
dians efforts to hold 
diminishing land base 
Supported by Senators 

Both Sens Arthur \ Wat 
kins (R-Utah) and Barry Gold 
water (R-Ariz.) took issue with 
Mrs. Peterson. They contended 
that she was trying to biame 
D’Ewart for the Administra- 
tion's policy to help the In 
dians relocate and make them 
selves financially independent 

“We're trying to help the In- 
dians stand on their own feet,” 
Watkins explained 

Angus McDonald, assistent 
legislative secretary of the Na 
tional Farmers Unio said he 
was opposed to the nomination 

ecause of a azing bill 
D'Ewart sponso ed in the 83d 
Congress. Critics of the bill 
which never got out of commit 
tee, claimed it would have given 
17,000 ranchers now holding 
grazing permits in the National 
Forests the right to deed them 


wuld taxe 
record to 
65 Repub 
from Mon 
recess ap 


a former 


ntns 
will 

urns 
nomina 


Freda A. Seaton 
eecretary, was 
’ ‘ 
a> i 


aD) nis 


ter 


was 


In 
neir 


er an 


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onto t 


gl 


Raked | 


their heirs or to 


\. Barrett (R- 


McDonald 


Frank 

angrily told 
yesterday that he (McDonald) 
was “wholly misinformed,” that 
the purpose of the D’Ewart bill 
help out the small farm- 
New Mexico 


. in 
in 
“Grab” Is Charged 


George DD. Riley, legisiative 
representative o1 the AFL- 
Ci¥V, in a slacement of record, 
accused D’Ewart of being “a 
consistent ‘giveaway entnus) 
He repeated nis groups 
earlier charge that the Uv Lwart 
bill had “ail the aspects of a 
grav 

4 


cis 


, 
asi 


Latta Barrus, Roch 

} member of the 

Yor k Yearly Meeting of 
iy of Friends (Quak 

he was opposed to 

wart because the Indians 
did 

For 


CXCCULIVE 


D Ewart. Leo V. Bodme 
vice president of the 
Lumber Manufactur 
aiion termed the 
exceptionally well 


Nationa! 
ers \s 
nominee 
gquaiihed 
Richard L. Neuberger 
then attacked the pro- 
witn by pointing 
he represented large 
nber interests who were be- 
hind a “timber exchange” bill 
for which D’Ewart had been 
floor-manager before the 
House The bill never passed, 
but its critics contended that 
t would have permitted “big 
lumbermen to trade stumps 
for trees 
Alan speaking in D'Ewart's 
behalf were former Rep. O. K 
Armstrong (R-Mo now a 
writer for the Reader's Digest. 
and Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel 
(R-Calif}>, Kuchel said Govern- 
ment would never get any- 
where if an opposing party al- 
lowed “political predilections” 
to govern its approval of Ex- 
ecutive Branch appointments. 
Senator Murray made no 
comment at all. D’Ewart had 
tried to unseat Murray in a 
bitter political contest im 1954 
When D’Ewart's nomination to 
the Interior post was  an- 
nounced, Murray called it ap- 


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Shah and Queen Home 


TEHRAN, Iran, July 13 
[he Shah and Queen Soraya of 
Iran retrned home today after 
an li8day visit to the Soviet 
Union 


sell them 


~~ 
Associated Press 


JOHN A. STEPHENS 
. steel negotiator 


No Progress 
Made at Steel 
Conference 


PITTSBURGH, July 13 W 
United Steelworkers President 
David J. McDonald reported “no 
change whatever” as steel con- 
tract negotiators today recessed 
until Monday their efforts to 
end the 13-day-old nationwide 
stee! strike Immediately aiter 
the 2-hour negotiating session— 
the second in two days since 
Government mediators inter- 
vened—industry representatives 
conferred privately with the 
Government group. That meet- 
ing lasted an hour 

Joseph F. Finnegan, Director 
of the Federal Mediation Serv- 
ice, said the industry negotia- 
tors gave him a report on their 
meeting with the union. He said 
“it would be unwise to com- 
ment” on the report “at this 
time.” 

John A. Stephens, U. S. Steel 
Corp. Vice President and chief 
industry negotiator, told news 
menu he was not at liberty to 
comment on the union-manage- 
ment meeting. He did not meet 
reporters after talking with Fin- 
negan. Finnegan said the strike 
of 650.000 basic steel workers 
is a “serious threat to the na- 
tion's economy.” But he added 
he did not consider it a matter 


‘that would require a personal 


report to President Eisenhower 
at this time 

The strike has spread unem 
ployment to nearly 75,000 em 
ployes in steel-related indus 
tries. The railroads and work- 
ers in steelowned coal mines 
are the hard hit 


On Existing. 
Rules Urged, 


‘tion facilities, 


128 


Pilot Care 


As jated Press 

President ‘Wusaherter’s spe- 
cial assistant on aviation plan- 
ning said yesterday that “about 
as good a guarantee as you can 
get” against plane collisions at 
this time ts to have pilots ob- 
serve existing Federal regula- 
tions 

Edward FP. Curtis, 
studying the need for long- 
range improvements in avia 
was questioned 
by House Government Opera 
tions Subcommittee members 


who Ss 


‘who were concerned with the 
‘recent airliner collision over 


the Grand Canyon at a cost of 
lives. The Subcommittee, 
under Rep. R. H. Mollohan (D- 
W. Va.), is anayzing the Federal! 
role in civil aviation. 

Curtis said the present sys- 
tem of limited Civil Aeronau- 
tics Administration supervision 
cannot be radically changed 
quickly. To keep complete con 
trol over all flights at all times 
would be difficult, ‘he said 

Curtis said he hopes his study 
will be completed by March 1 
1957. Among other things, he 
said, the planners must de- 
termine what type of planes are 
likely to be flying in the next 
20 years. He added that the best 
prospect for immediate im- 
provement is “rapid implemen 
tation” of theCAA’s 246-mil- 
lion-dollar, 5-year air safety pro- 

ram. 

Meanwhile the Civil Aeronau- 
tics Board ordered a public 
hearing Aug. 1 into the Grand 
Canyon tragedy. The hearings 
will be held in the Commerce 
Department Building 

At least one Board member 
is expected to sit at the inquiry 
with a panel of experts from 
the Bureay of Safety. 

Insurance claims resulting 
from the crash on June 30 re- 
portedly now total nearly $5% 
million. These claims cover all 
who died in the crash and the 
destruction of the planes 

Not included in this amount 
are the liability of TWA and 
United Airlines to next of kin 
of the deceased passengers and 
the amount of life insurance 
carried by the passengers 


themselves 
Ex-U. N. Aide : 


: Court Suit 
Planned in 


Army Firing 


/2801 Quebec st. nw., 


Associated Preas 


To Wed Firestone 


Reverly Louw McFa 


rian, 23- 


year-old daughter of a wi- 


dowed 
21 «O(willl 
stone Iii, 


school teacher, 
wed Harvey 
only son of the 


July 
Fire- 


head of the Firestone rub- 


ber empire. Miss 
lives in Brecksville, 
land suburb. 


McFarlan 


a Cleve 


‘was more of no work to do 


Lecoecur Beaten 


By French Reds 


PARIS, July 13 


\P—News- 


‘to personne! 


Robert S. Triplett Jr., 38, of 
said yes 
terday he planned court action 
to force his reinstatement in an 
$11,000 civilian post from which 
the Army separated him about 
18 months ego because of “atti 
tudes inimical to the best inter- 
ests of the United States 
Army.” 

Triplett, most 
mathematics instructor at 
Maryland University, said he 
has been uneble to get a com- 
parable Federal job since the 
Army fired him after he pro- 
tested working conditions on 
an overseas assignment for 
which he was recruited. 

Reporting to Rome as chief 
of industrial activities in the 
the Army’s procurement” of 
ordnance from foreign makers, 
Triplett said he found “there 
was no work to do.” When he 


recentiy a 


' protested, he said, he was trans- 


ferred to Milan “where there 
and told he would have to stay 
there for the duration of his 
two-year overseas commitment 

When he protested by mail 
officials in the 
Pentagon, he said, he was fired 
and a Civil Service Commission 
hearing subsequently “failed to 


papers today printed close-up overturn the Army charges.” 


pictures of 
Auguste Lecoeur, 
apparent to French ( 
boss 
badly beaten by 
at a political meeting 
Lecoeur 
was expelled from th 
1954. tried to addres 
at the c.al mining 
Henin-Lietard in 


Maurice Thorez. 
Communists 


not 


blood-stained 
once heir- 


ommunist 
who was 


last night 


a former miner who 


© party in 
s a crowd 
town of 
thern 


France when local Communists 


filled the hall and 
with chair legs 
weapons. 


other 


Said the university 
also failed to renew his one- 
year contract, which expires 
with the summer schoo! session 
next month, after his superiors 
were advised of his Army sepa 
ration 

Un 


yesie! 


Triplett 


versity denied 
day tha circum 
stances of Ti Army dis- 
missal influenced their decision 
not to renew his contract. The 
Army would comment only that 
Triplett was discharged from 


.ttacked him his GS-13 post overseas in an 
and 


action which the CSC appellate 
board since has sustained. 


ee 


Tighter Liquor Control 


Sought by Grand Jury 


» vVatte 


A Prince Georges County jer hitting Pearce on the head 


grand jury recommended yes-| with a hatchet in a construction 
terday that liquor law violators shack niversity 


on the U of 


be held for grand jury and Cir- ‘Maryland Golf Course June & 


cuit Court action instead of be- 
ing brought before county ¢ 
police courts. 

"The action was recommended 
to cut down on liquor law vio- 
lations, primarily selling hard 
liquor on Sunday, which is pro- 
hibited in Prince Georges 
County. 

States Attorney Blair H. Smith 
said similar action in bringing 
gambling cases before the grand 
jury had reduced violations, and 
he expected the action would 
have the same effect on liquor 
violations 

In addition to the recommen. 
dations, the jury returned in- 
dictments in 48 of 56 cases con- 
sidered in its latest term. There 
cases were ignored and five con- 
tinued for further investigation 

Billy Rae Prevatte, 14. was 
indicted in connection with the 
May 4 killing of Frazer Cam- 
eron, a teacher at Maryland 
Park Junior High School. Pre- 
was also indicted on 
charges of wounding and intend. 
ing to kill two other teachers 

Francis D. Wagener and Robert 
Hicks after being reprimanded 
for truancy 

Also indicted were seven Dis 
trict men, ranging in age from 

18 to 23, on charges of raping 
a 26-year-old widow on June 8 
They are John W. Robertson 
Jr.. 23, of 3329 Brothers pl. se 
Robert Edward Richards, 18 
1241 4th st. sw.: George Staniey 
Breeden, 21, 613 1 st. sw.: Rob 
ert W. Singleton, 18. 411 6th st 
sw.: John B. Singleton 
I st. sw.: Ronald Gene Byroads 
21. 479 N sw.. and Joseph 
Charles Frady. 20. 459 I st. sw 

Timothy Smith, 32. of Wil 
mington, N. C.. was indicted on 
charges of armed robbery and 
assault with intent to kill 
Smith was accused of taking a 
$500 payroll from Alexander 
Pearce, 58, of College Park, aft. 


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Calvin C. Arbaugh, 30. a tree- 
cutter who lives at Linden and 
Walnut sts. in Beltsville, was 
indicted in the killing of Ray- 
mond Q@. Waskey. 23. a roomer 
in Arbaugh’s home, after Was 
key became involved in an ar- 
gument over the attentions of 
Arbaugh’'s wife by a third man 
Waskey was shot in the chest 
with a 20-gauge shotgun July 3 

Arraignment dates and tria! 
dates will be ann in 
about a week, State's Allorner 
Smith said 


Chile Quakes 
Panic People 


SANTIAGO, Chile, July 13 & 
Earthquakes shook Chile to- 
day. One person at Copiapo 
died of shock as the populs 
tion panicked. 

An undetermined number of 
copper miners were injured. 
some seriously. when caught 
by shifting earth at Huantema. 
In the northern cities of Val- 
lenar la Serena and Copiape, 
the quake ieft cracks in many 
buildings 


Adenauer Patches Up 


Quarrel With Minister 


BONN. July 13 — Chancellor 
Konrad Adenauer today publ 
ly ended a quarrel with his 
Finance Minister. Fritz Schaet- 

An official statement said the 
Cham had told Schaeffer 
he commanded his “full con- 
fidence” both as a Vinieter and 
personally. The dispute wae 
brought into the open when 
Adenauer publicly criticized 
last month's bank-rate increase. 
known to be approved by 
Schaeffer 


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ert THE BEES 6:2 
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F Street, Bethesda, Shirlington, Silver Spring, Connecticut Ave. 
This summer—open Saturdays, at F Street. 


Also all Jelleff branch stores! 


Teens! $14” 


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“FREE 
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ALVERT [i sig 


Wins Pasa a 
In Long Fight « 


ROME. July 13 @ The 
United States Consulate today 
issued an unrestricted passport 
to Gordon Mclintire of Wash- +e 
jington, D. C.. who lost his job 
with the United Nations Food 
and Agriculture Organization 
(FAO) on the grounds he had in “THE SRA 
not won United States loyalty = ete -| | at 2. 3, 398, 730 and 9:30 
clearance THE ens” jonn | VIERS MILL 7... °°. 52°: 

The State Department or- MEs Mitst_ Gaynor : Srnvs AND 
dered MclIntire’s passport can- THE BxEs 
iceled March 30, 1954. McIntire 
limmediately began a two-year 
legal fight to regain it 
| Passports also will be issued 
ito his wife and two children, 
was told today. 

The Consulate gave no ex 
iplanation of the State Depart- 
ment’s surrender in the dispute 
Mcintire had filed suit. in the 
|Federa) District Court in Wash- 
\ington but the case has not yet 
been heard 
| “I am certainly gratified by 
this new action.” McIntire said 
‘It was a terrifying thing to 


99 | wend our passports canceled 

: without any kind of hearing.” | 
| McIntire was chief of the pol- 
icy and procedures section of 


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A Dad Can Be | 
A High Hurdle 


| 
By Richard L. Coe | 


ILLIAM HAMMERSTEIN labors under the fateful star 

of being the son of Oscar Hammerstein Il. whose “The 
King and I” even now is delighting us at the Capitol 

The human family offers few challenges so demanding as 

being the son of a famous father. “Bill.” as he seems to be 

called. is involved with as producerdirector of “Carmen 


Jones,” which arrives Thursday at the Carter Barron amphi- 
theater. 


It does happen t! 
Bizet’s “Carmen” 


us 


at Oscar II cooked up the idea of updating 
and, after a career that included such notable 
musicals as “The Desert Song.” “Show Boat” and “The New 
Moon,” embarked on a partnership with the melodic Richard 
Rodgers that led to “Oklahoma “South Pacific” 
and “The King and |! 

Still, more 


“Carousel. 


important to me as a Washington theatergoer 
is the hurried afternoon O« ar spent some five vears ago 
testifying for an amendment to child 
previousiy had kept the of America’s cont 
from playing here. In book 
before the House District Committe 
the National Capital's 
with his discreet eloquent tes 
timony. Sin he spoke 
had some 60-0dd weeks 
ater we wouldn't 
have had 

50 lunching with ti 


the which 
p! 
testimony 


labor law. 
best emporaryv avs 
my the genial Oscar's 


e changed the status of 
theate “ae 


Names 
with 


hame 


the 
We 
musical 
I've 
is thirtwe «ib ies 
ish son became something spe 
cial for me. I wanted to tel! Rill 
how much I admired his father 
and remind him—which. it 2nd Bess’ « 
turned out, he didn't even know 
~—that « 'thout his dad's Paint ¥ 
mony. “Carmen and its Bill 
children have plaved eth 
here a company 
Bill got his theater start as) *°44G DC OF 
an assistant stage manager at 
the St. Louis Muny Opera 
which akin to Carter 
Barron amphitheater excent it 
seats 14.000. r Roch 
Creek operat 0 and 
the Missourians are to 
laughing off the 


Popular Musical Revivals 


Bill now ; ma ne a 
for h mse 


out Big 


Tur ned 
we Ve 
do fine 


weren t 


7 | 
{) Tne 


1, no A 


O 7 wise good on us 


alone a few future pos 
mind: I'd like to 
kerbocker Holiday!’ 
ould get the 
Dany 
I'd like to 
Wagon.” 


revive ‘Ank 


| wish we « Porgy 
thats been 


do 


or 


uring Europe 
'fre?i yur 
Jones 


to totr such 
couldn't 


aims at 


he dreams about 
ally impossible 
he'll find a way to 
rot a fine cast, head 
Smith. for “Car- 
and even though 
ill oe 60-odd salar 
lle “Carmen Jones is 
wish he could keep the 
ther 
is own 


as 
bari 
rir? ’ ope 


is our 


whereas ot ies tO 
mm Seals Sih) 
used 
_ he’s got a Her 
Dorothy Fields musical in 
works The Works.” which 


to do with the propriet 


the 
name 


' has 
if : .s | ‘a : eTe ' 1 " 1 } eT 
n ’ his has be 
wouldn't mind be wa pro ~ a wax use — yr Bill } 

: ; ' anging ire wi e ) ; 
ducer He's lig) t opera ho<ce of - se 5 res - u . . 
6} still hot on it. Having so much 
the New York City Center 
‘ , , in his blood about our musical 
where popular mus ical sho 
; > stage and so solid a background 
net prorits that al , : 
hat Joshua Logan wants him 
and opera companies Cort . a 
tinue their luct Fanny London 
ia ° ie jae. : ct . coc ? 
aT nt h re ~ 1 — » the nust have something 
ot unnaturally i] yu ne 
, s found least —_,e 
en com to picking +. A few 
may yet find an 
Hammerstein picking up 
th * ro ’ " ~s : 
; . Hi 00K a 4 thread of Oscar I. so fas 
ar ammerstetn ’ 
‘ y rive ; 7 1 ng a ' eure ry \ neent 
any young ! ny lay that 
" . . . : 
thr Bill's 
the « 
Daddy 


Pras 


\, 
low the ballet 


to tm restage for 
euy 
le’s at 
Fat 


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that wh 
mus Calis 
er 


cs 
ler 


res want 


hiograpny 
box 


sSnee s recen' 
should buy t 


i man on his way 


you he Kk 


RENNY GOODMAN and Dis 
tonight take over the 
irron amphitheater for 
. tll be strange 
Renny after 
Allen play him 
biography 
seen someones 
screen, you easily 
ion that that's all 


ouse|! 
“Finian’s Rainbov 
covered he did 

When we beean thy : * live 
Bill explains, “we t couldn't get 
arord stars of - | there is, there isn’t any more 
edy fiel But Benny and his clarinet 
Straight actor nen tie now take back the tale from 
nothing te de, musical comedy TV's Steve. 


people con alwavs earn a living 
in TV. night « rr traveling MONDAY BRINGS: the Na- 
We couldn't get | Rie Names tional’s opening of “The Pa- 
to sign up for minimum jama Game,” the “Steam lieat” 
wage of $85 to $100 per week ery aideway mu- 
: and the Palace's preview 
Work on ‘The Works’ “High Society” slipped in at 
“We had to ge 10 between showings of 
without n . 


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nem de ehur } 
said We are going to 
the extent of unity in be! 
petween our 
hall be 
goal when we 
mutual recogni- 
tion of one another as portions 
of one church of God.” 


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Only Survivor 


Riehard Basehart plays Ish- 
mael, the young seaman who 
survives to tell the story of 
“Moby Pick.” the Herman 
Meiville novel, eloquently 
adapted by John Huston on 
the Metropolitan and Am- 
bassador screens. 


Louella Parsons 


Good Role 


Given to 
Maureen 


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Six 
enviable 


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Sullivan has in 
ch Harry 
Brown is 
producing for 
Columbia 
under 
Scott 
banner. This is 
a Western and 
will be made 
on location in 
the High Sier- 
ras starting 
luly 18 
liarry Joe 
says that Maureen 
beautiful in the tests she 
and that in addition to 
loph Scott, co-stal 
reen Wiil have 
ictors—Henry 
ful of Rain,” Skippy 
former child actor 
biv Richard Boone 
fame 
If 


‘The Captives,” 
whi 


Joe 


Miss Parsons 
looks Just 
made 
Ran 
her Mau 
of “Hat 
Homeier. 
and possi 
of Medic” 


Silver 


yuund this story by Elmore 
[ eonard an Argosy mada 
zine.” Harry Joe told me. “and 
full of action and excite 
ment. We signed Budd Boetti 
cher to direct.” 
former child actor. 
bly Richard Boone of 


JIMMY STEWART, 
actor, once again becomes Col 
James Stewart of the U.S. Air 
Force and goes in training in 
Omaha with the Strategic Air 
Command. He reports to Gen 
Curtis LeMay, who is his head 
officer. Jimmy, who was with 
the Air Force during the war 
goes once a year On active 

place in the 
reserves is kept in good order 


PERLE MESTA is complete 
ly sold on Hollywood, and she's 
looking forward to comng 
back when her life story is 
filmed for television Martin 
Manulis, who produced the 
Louella Parsons story for “Cli- 
max,” will do a great job for 
her 

She told me it was my story 
that was responsible for her 
giving her consent to CBS. She 
is lucky that she will have 90 
minutes, because it's impos. 
sible to tell a life story in an 
hour—so much is left out that 
is important, and very often 
trivial things get in 

Il hope Mrs. Mesta will get 
someone to play her who will 
be as good as Teresa Wright 
was in my story. 


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O'« 


Dorothy Kilgalien | 


Mara Lynn 
Applauded 


NEW YORK, July 13—When 
Mara Lynn did her third audi- 
tion for the Ethel Merman mus- 
ical, “Happy Hunting,” stage 
hands, other 
actor s—and 
even La Mer- 
man—b ur st 
into applause. 
The number 
Mara danced 
was one from 
“The Amazing 
Adele.” which 
never reached 
Broadway 
Iowa's Gov 
Leo A. Hoegh Miss Kilgallen 
received the ultimate 
pliments from news photog- 
raphers when they shot him 
broiling his own steak at the 
Charcoal Room. Their com- 
ment “He's even nicer to 
work with than Jayne Mans 
field” Al Hibbler’s wife gave 
him a portable TV set for his 
birthday. Although. blind, Al is 
a rabid video fan and catches 
all the big shows when he's not 
performing 


ANNA KASHFI, 
is becoming fa 
mous ust 
strength of the rumor that she's 
turned 
ties for 
Brando 

Back in 1924. Graham Mac 
Namee covered the Democratic 
convention in Madison Square 
Garden with one microphone 
There was another mike at the 
speakers rostrum and one 
near the band. At the coming 
political powwows, NBC esti 
mates there'll be hundreds of 
microphones all through the 
convention arenas. 52 cameras 
on the floor alone, and such 
science-fiction gadgets as two 
way radios the size of a small 
handbag and a hand television 
camera which the photographer 
aims like a flare gun 


JAZZ STAR 
whose long-run romance with 
Henry Fonda's ex-wife Susan 
seems to be a thing of the past 
telis Gotham buddies he'll be 
eaving for the French 
tiviera, and for a fascinating 


inexpected reason Instead of 


in com- 


Hollyw ood’ . 
newest actress. 
out the 


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Allan Eager 


soon 


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fitures are sure to make a big 
hit with visitors to the Euro- 
playland. His bankroller 
in the venture is a young Phil- 
adelphia jazz fan 4 singer 
n Cotillion Records rejoices in 

re name of Sarah Nade 

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Saturday, July 14, 1956 


House Unit to Question Entertainers 


On Fund’s Roll 


By William M. Bates 


United Press 
House 
yesterday 


investigators decided 
to question a group 


of entertainers listed in a Fund 
for the Republic report as hav 
ing been blacklisted because of 
false Communist charges. 

“We want to ask them where 
and when they were blacklist 


ed,” said Rep. Francis E 
(D-Pa.), 


Walter 


chairman of the House 


Committ Lee on Un-American Ac 


tivities. 


critical of the Fund's 


made the announcement as the 
Committee took testimony from 
officials of two anti-Communist 
organizations mentioned in the 


blacklist study 

Godfrey P. Schmidt. 
of Aware. Inc.. 
report as a 
said, 
command would ~ be 


put every week 

Schmidt and 
a radio writer 
ber of Aware. 
tne organizat 
tins cont 
munist 
tainers 


Paul 
and boar 


on 
aining 
backgrounds 


Ex-Editer of Counterattack 


The Committee al 


mer editor of Ci 


“Subpenas are out for 
some of them right now.” 
Walter, who has been 


a New n 
York attorney who is president 
denounced 
political tract 
“The Communist 

glad 
have a document like this come 


R. Milton 
d mem 
explains 

issues 
alleged 


of 


so Ca) 
a witness Frank McNamara 
uunteratta 


Ass 


Schmidt 
highly 

be 

an ani 
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field 
Walt 
Philadelphia that the 
itt t open a new 


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HOUSING Ss AS 

biacklisting | 
He said 
entioned in the report 
questioned at Philadelphi 
hearings on 
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one of 


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At that 
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nmunist 
possible self 


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i-Communist newsletter 
the entertainment 


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of ‘Falsely Blacklisted’ 


identify its other prospective 
witnesses until they have been 
served with subpenas. 

The Committee also will hold 
hearings in Philadelphia on the 
funds grant of to a 
Quaker library at Plymouth, 
Pa.. that refused to fire a li 
brarian accused of being a 
Communist. The session will 
be held Monday and Tuesday. 

Winding up the blacklist 
hearings here for the time be 
ing. the Committee yesterday 
placed on recor, a statement 
by Labor Columnist V ictor 
Riese] denying he was part of 
a “cleavance ring” to permit 
rehiring of blacklisted enter- 
tainers. 

The report had mentioned 
Riesel as one of the persons 
who could make it possible for 
accused actors to clear them 
selves and find jobs in the ra 
dio-television industry 

Milton was asked whether he 
thought a Communist faction 
existed within Actors Equity 
the union of Broadway stage 
artists “I would sav yes,” he 
replied, adding that Reds “have 


been able to exert leverage on‘ 


those who describe themselves 
as liberals.” 
Reti Infiltratiog 

He said he thought the extent 
of Communist infiltration of 
show business “is substantially 
ihe same as it has been.” 

Schmidt described as “a slan- 
jer’. the charge that his organi- 
zation has retaliated against 
persons who oppose it by brand. 
ing them as Communists. But 
he told the Committee that 
neutralism is out of place” in 
the fight against Communism. 

He said the Fund's controver- 
sial report on alleged blacklist- 
ing of Red-tinged entertainers 
“ould lend “encouragement to 
the kind of people who justify 
joining of Communist front or- 
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: 5 Saturday, July 14, 1956 ae 
Here’s a Chance to Get | a ee _wUaney, we} erueet wh nol: Walter Winchell ; aso 
| ay a ye «ep ma —WIOP-TV. Gun- | ; ... OF NEW YORK TV Fan Shoots Neighbors 


. ; . 
Advice from the (;roaner {4,1 5) A et st . : 
knife-throwing amd sharp § Chester finds himselt a reiuc- , ee : Bl P R . 
shooting act tant prospective bridegroom, The Worst Crime Diamed in rt oor eceplion 
a By Larerence Laurent SS pm—WITG Base | 2 2 result of 2: tie €0) | 
r ball. Washington ws. Detrocdt nn . somes ee | LIVERPOOL. England, July at the front door. T officets 
ANY YOUNG ‘GE ‘oncis il ar riet : -- . Tenth | . . : i AVE » England, July'at the fron . iwoam 
ANY YOUNG SINGERS in eg tim ya draesal Ie or ret ee oy a> te pm—WTTG. Fea Every kidnaping inspires a surge of pity for the victiM—a@ 49 vorevician fan Jack Pugh, ran forward and seized him 
the area who are in need of He got in a few plugs for hi aoe A = © hice | turame Hest Milt Grant in- | profound sense of compassion for the parents—and cold outrage af ufos He was said to heve to 
advice? Advice will be avail- rity, t sure, bul he also he : oe than ~ ee Mane treduces film features directed against perpetrators of the crime The Weinberger 30, faced — MUIGET them: “I acted urider greet 
able from no less than Bing provided a maximum of infor- ". ™ “WRE Vv Mon 13:35 p me —WTOP-TV. The case has some similarities with the Lindbergh kidnaping. In charges today afier a shooUng provocation. He is an evil man. 
Crosby on weetien sheet tic views om ss 


. , one Late Show Jean Simmons ) ‘the Lindbergh case all news-'spree in which he allegedty It was thet ewil man I was 
- - é 
Sunday —~ Ree o, ~~ an@ David Farrar star in 
‘ issucs aed amdacan {ro 5 
night's Ed 2 


papers agreed to withhold pub shot up the home of s next-<door after, not her x 


age of Gold When the ° al lication of the ransom note .. — 
5 . - . ’ i r whose electrical sys 
Sullivan | suggest that members of mouth Park death of ber estranged hus 10 (7 Is | Until they learned the note had neighbo { th TV . 
: both political parties get kin- ee om —WMAL-TY band is announced. a young = .. been circulated by a syndicate *©™ Was imtertering wit Reporters Group 


me recordings of the Chammeomiten Bewling wommenm remarries. Mer first ‘3 Every kidnaping brings out recepuon 


- . iascten stake secu Buddy Boman «<s Bal ca art - zs hand reappears and black On Radio ithe unspeakables and the luna The man next door, Ronald Elects Officers 


2 3) p=m—BEC TV. News mails ber cies sliihering out of the dark-\mgorrison and his wife were 
en. Mansfield’s conduct C@® | trom 4 Corners: Juvenile ness of their minds. in the 


be used a6 a guide te others | " - . — et ee ee seriously 
court Judge Edm Cockrul Weinberrer case—it was The 

o appesr on 1V. © Others | discusses the prevention of 2 A ssateacue 11 a. m—WMAL. Jerry |Things who were nabbed in (Still in a hospital today. Both John R. Beal, Tome magazine 

pied Ris frank — enetime juvenile eGengder *™~ = ! rong Show: Jerry reviews | shakedown plot . The Lind- suffered wounds in the back correspondent,. yesterday was 


’ - . > 7 _ ~ : 7 - . 
sl } : he = - from becomeng 2 repester the week's ton reco a bergh tragedy had Gaston B . a ie an 4 said Pugh elected president of the Stete 
aA tunes to Geel ) 3 La ! B | t the ne Me d been annoy or years by 
ha —_ TY new ficans who wangled $100,000 na : . . 
pet tunes in a public 3 pm—WwAL ric oucn peverwe UN Department Correspondents 


; : vil vise ¥ ™ , = cack J toe w - — : , from irs. MeLean of Washin interference caused by a faulty 
Crosby will advise gram with the hope of be- Orvark Judie: Umer 4 Beer ww, a 0S a. mM. " TOP. 1 ’ & Association 


nirar ; Cp nger a wes" ewis: Gues re alict ton on the criminally false pre-|SWitch in the Morrison house 
aa a | eae aa f ming better informed — Me 4h es By Marvland Q's Griffin, as yes , en that he could ahteln 80 wm Be mae jv Fe F 2 the a membership 
response to questior i URR TILLSTROM aad his | Gleason im “The Honeymoon ° . and the Chordettes sa le: ) at the child | $B) ~~ : st meeting John M Hightower, 
by Sullivan. Cros! 1 ; of K ikla and Othe ihe ers Vben Ralph and Alboce BALTIMORE. July 13 @ ‘ I ard Pp. m. —WEee: ¢ ty athson is a rather miid He sprayed the whele house Associated Press diplomatic 
rule ~~ Gayee oor of | Rave o Gt, Eee mate © lene Giste of Margstend sonia) wentters Rema ot lect script for sub-humans| indiscriminately with bullets,|"@Pporter, was cleted . vies 
See ee Fee a - Pe. tra recerd teting Alce how sorry | | Hosp al's Board of Dire by a kidnapping: Those|the prosecution said, and also president and Ray Cromiey, 


ursy f : for u + Spectace- , cf ve ‘as pessession of 340 acres of is helped to overcome an : , 
served in pursuit of in ul 5} he ms. Ale, however, recelves == eiped to o adv ) engage in hoaxes, false tips | turned the gun on a 16-year-old free lancet, secretary treasurer. 
boy who witnessed the shoot New board members ciected 


ing career , we eos , comtreversial and dubiously-, reasoning prejudice agai: 
ing and who ran to telephone were Chaimers M. Hoberts, 


wounded and were Associated Press 


this : rae ( , , s latr ; and phony phone calis... You 
If this agoesn't caus titled land om Assateague Is | chiatry I ; 


any trouble. the next : tor the product ‘ uli @ H ow vet > 1:35 p. m—WWDC. Base may be stunned to discover (nat tne police Washington Pest and Times 
of the film is certain to creat Ft oO liane av m ; : 3 ; am aol j bal! W as ungton ‘ Detroit some even send threats to pal ihe proseculion said Pugh Herald Edward Werntal, 
& small amount o contro Mansfield, . ' - MB 4, A moet ye 05 p m WGMS. Philhar- | . 15 of the victim After first hammered on the Morri- Newsweek: Don Dison, Inter- 
versy. Bing will mame the top lar ns : on _ a — - _ =". 2 monic Matinee: Schumann . ) . sll son front door and when it was national News Service: Eagl 
maie and the tup fémale vo The Continent csana , lerrerist ~ Washington feal estate opera-| Sympliony No. 1 in B Fiat, | 5’uno Hauptmann Was convict, opened he blazed away; Voss, Washington Evening Star, 

embedded itself Donald Gonzales. United Press: 


calist. Just remember, please, The CBS Board Direct Len toc whe bouget « from the np 38 “Spring”; Beethoven, |ed for the kidnap-murder of} Ons huller 
in the Morrison television set. Raloh Harris. Reuters: John 


that Bing is picking his fav. ? Ge iced - path. of ~~ “— ay - aa ae — 4 rm em oncerto No. 5 in E | the Lindbergh baby—the Lind- 
aan at ats eee = | ‘ -, we ’ ~ . . —- G | | = : ae@ same ‘2 an act or : = pero ‘ \ioz . berchs received scads of letters ad ut “ay yo Sunag Kansas City Star. and 
usually wary. it is because ~ er tain Kangares and the Mari Sele of GSB acres of islan ae 9 i Pi threatening the murder of thei gh's use he was standing Henry Tanner, Houston Post. 
this reporter was in a state : Silver Spring an Ackerman, who is de ! 2:30 p. m.—WRC. Mo : other son 
amounting to shell shock ms 1 Ligh a pa—WTOP-TY. * me ¢ sland a5 a! Dr Bob B rm rhe } 


™ : , ndbergh kidnap story 
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(ter daring rece me: | ; | lage Show Ger a r ; -< : w York Yankee sta ad a tremendous impact... Ii 
cize a performer whom some ; ’ P thin’ Smth and Tie Eee —ereere, . 5 p. m—WRC. M 3 , , 
persons lapel a r : | » at > _ at ; heads. vocal greun remetiruction of a bridge from , ; Por? a . was rarely oul ol Loe papers ior 
. _ _ af a . ; 7 : >in? : 
assume he is no rosby 's ’ ' 1 enor > op -=m—B MAL TY the mainland ' a i wears ... It immediately af 
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favori e And | Sascuryvye Lon Lt’ f (}) : :; Te NCES . : aos as ‘ssateadu is$ianhg riag : 5. mm —WWDC 7 : : ee law of the lan 
that Crosby will receive a lit miniatu cour Ha Weeks” 2 LA © ton Cerp composed of | — ‘ 
, , , ‘ , e People: ( + 2 m after the crime was com 
tle of the hombardment urren . 1 s rem ; as a D. « Boar ; ' 
which was directed my way.) ill be quizzed on Item ' ny : mo permission te build a private aoe a = , , mitted Congress enacted a law 
. * " a 2 _— ¥ Loner? itu 8d 7 . 
Seared if hie ’ ; : tml téce. The arguement con 4 " . » expan ied the power of 
I . SECO reg i? , . as , , . . Lee Merv iewer v org yni 
[HE SECOND program in tions of T! | mued for months in the Leg-| {™Crviewed by George Fiy1 deral agents in the fight OPPOSITE HECHT C 
the "Press Conference” series / Dim Herald. and ' i i atere and before the Pubix ey _ al | ; » a fainst kidnapers | ' ae 
. — J 9 o an : . . . j ‘ : fre, 4 a im : 4 sé | 
was several hundred per cent two local papers us ctr Ser ce Commission re k Lewis Allen's book 


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ape ; aae: or i pan president and weve Eherant At one pout e > oe limes Her ald nce Yesterdays described 
For one hing e technical eral manager of WWDC E be ara Arnold and rz fot | -kern ~~ ‘ : ae af tha Genetic Gaee 
difficulties had been overcome will head the new Pub Britton ; t ul ul >= —WG is "_ et and reporters ar 
and Vic Guidice’s direction ittioms Plu loara of ti ot p.=a—BTORr TV. Th ; res for . ark. i Arust: Ginette pian riwad: th -arest railroad sta 
was master{ul nited n¢ Russ Morgan Show: Gorst i : authority co . tio wa ansiormed into a kK LE 
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: headquarters; news 

trasting (the appearance As ' . va ’ ”’ op m—WMAL TV. Ware . pt Ducts the en vu , C o1 peri the Lindbergh baby 

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of Attorney Genera! Herbert © sf : . - 1e , m—WEC TY Eomrore woe. recerved authorit’ doctpiae , wver issued a statement 
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RARE HAZARDS 


THE SILO at the end of the’ 
bern may be 2 mechanical 
booby trap. We sow know why 
many farmers became i! and 2 
few Gied after working mm the’ 
dle while BR was bemmg Bled 
The fresh chopped core fer 
ments and produces nitrogrt 
diwoasde, & yellowto brown red 
re. 

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when the weather & warm 
the cern *s green The chemical 


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cause everyone beitevec the 
farm felkiore that “wilage stole 
all the oxygen from the ai” 
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bem. Seme faeruagrs soted 


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Samy mere than 25 years ago 
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g25 “as noted when the Silos 
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were traced te the poisonous! 
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2s _ Saturday, July 14, 19 ' 


The DISTRICT LINE by Bitl Gold 


Even Freedom Can Be 9798). Playful kittens (Red- 


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rT } mo secret that there 


my crowd are a pathetic lot 
whe doen't knew what te do 
with themselves. 

They'll call up at about 5 
o'clock and say. “C mon, tet s 
find us a big steak and then 
take a lioor show some- 
wu Te 

Thanks. Ill say. “But I'm 
expected at home for dinner.” 

Oh.” they il say morosely 
The conversation aiways 
hangs there for a while in 
gloomy silence. Then 

“Well, I guess I'll have te 
eat alone age. and then 
catch a mevie—if there's 
ene left I havent seen.” 
Those who belong to 

to organize a tabie of 

poker. but usually 

muster a quorum 

they play dom 

no’ irs the 

sometimes they read 

watch television. Anything 
to Kil time 

One transplanted 
Yorker who sneeringly reicrs 
to the Nats as bush leaguers 

lo every nig game 

recem ome stand 

em ngns. “Dut 
something tie 620.” 
Wives whe get the mail 
editien of this newspaper 
at their summer reserts are 
hereby advised that ther 
can step worrying about the 
husbands thew left behind. 
The ently evidence of mis- 
chief I've seen among them 
was when [| picked op 4 
friend fer a reund ef coll 
I den t want te be catty, but 
his house Was a mess. 

cor 

TODAYS BIRTHDAYS 


(‘Tuckerman 2-6287) 
+ ef teday'’s Give-Away ictters, 
ften more fu 
in 


$3 was inclesed for Children’s 
Hespital) 
co 

‘TWAS EVER THUS 

Speaking of spending the 
summer at the beach, Sammy 
Ferro and his trio are booked 
into the Henlopen Hotel at 
Rehoboth for 
ana trom that 
writes 


inh 
resort wait until the middie 
of summer to have 
trees trimmed. with that in 
fernal buzz saw starting at 
8 a. m.? 
all day today 

“lf ther're stil) burzing 
temerrew ther ll have me 
hankering for the peace and 
quict of Washington's traf- 
fle noises.” 

co 

THIS IS WASHINGTON 
Geed Willey of 
note« that the 
substation at 
vania ave. nw 
the White House 
termed the “West 
won 


of 
on 


\ew 
Lest seu bSegim te 
Ssebversive eveTieies 
these commments. ict 
besten te explain that I 
refer te these ef my friends 
whe are temporarily free M's 
= the air because their 
wives ore spending the 
suremer at the beach 


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GENTLER SEX 
Mrs. Thomas 
of 218 S. Reval 
dria. has an aunt who likes 
sten to the ball games on 
She's just discov- 
when Arch 
nits. no errors? 
the end of 
s not mean 
has gone 
there's nobody left 

il park 

co 
: AINT tf THE TRUTH? 

Jack lay Aitch writes 

how k th the 
all is 


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ne 


Reo. Clarence J. Brown 
Rep. Gerald R. Ford Jr 
morrow'’s celebrants: Shir! 
Powich. Jack Sacks 
Four. Bruce Eawards 
Small Jr. and Manly Fi 
mann 


friend« are highly enesual. 
The sumemerr bachelors in 


“ unhappiest 


check 


@ls the 
cos 
GIVE-AWAYS 


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tens 


cos 

Re LAUGHTER 
From the sedate Journal! of 
the American Medical Assoct- 
im Tore frverr 4 int 
and 


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in some cigars 

hou scbroken 

Hemlock 4316 

housebroken 


Black 


Court Asked 
To Block NE. 


House Razing 


Patricia FE. Fahey asked Dis 
trict Court yesterdaysto stop 
the District Government from 
azing an old house at i441 
Girara st. ne 

in a last-ditch effort to keep 

wrecking crews away 
the house. Miss Fahey 
suit im District Court 
through Attorney William A 
(,allagher 
The legal owners of 
house are the heirs—in 
land—of the late Cornelia Sui- 
kerbuik. However, Miss Fahey 
said the estate of Mrs. Suiker- 
buik owes her $6000. She asked 
the court to forbid the demoli- 
tion of the condemned dwelling 
until this claim is settied 

According to the complaint, 
the debt. consists of money 
spent by Miss Fahey and serv- 
ices performed by her both be- 
fore and since Mrs. Suiker- 
buik’s death in 1951 

District Sanitation Depart 
ment emploves cleared the 
house on Thursday of books. 
furmitare and pictures—some 
nearly a century old 


theeda 
Mother 
kittens Ran- 
Blackand 
(Olympic 7- 


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threat meist and 
comfortable. Eajey 
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Hi sust for calling Mr. Bend LA. 62666 for ps 
Hershman Takes Post 


ion estimate & fects 1 
With Chamber in Ohio 


: Robert R. Hershman. an off 
) ciait of the Washington Gas 
since 1940. has re 
| te accept the post of 
rculive manager and secre 
’ tary of the Coshocton. Ohio. 
Chamber of Commerce 
| Hershman. 4651 Q st. nw.. was 
assistant to the secretary of the 
66 


SOFA & CHAR 
COMPLETE. INCLUDING 
gas company in 1949-50 he 
served as president of the Palli- 
— 


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FOR AS UTTLE AS ..---- 
sades Citizens Association 
All 


inds 


CALL LA. 6-26 


Lewis Miler 2 ree 


WITH EVERY PRIVATE DE LUXE SWIMMING POOL HE BUILDS 
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THIS OFFER FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY 


INCLUDED 
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BRIDGE QUIZ 
@. 1—As South you hold: 
AAKRSIT €CAQEATAAIOBEL 
The bidding has proceeded 
Seeth Wiest Nerth . 
; diamond 1 ae treme 
What do vou bid now’ 

Q. 2—As South you hold: 
4%*49K963 @€KQI9 &KGS 
The bidding has proceeded 
bast Beath 
| dtamerd ? 

What do vou bid’ 

Q. 3—As South you hold: 
45195 PAG 10 eKlOéTaAQied 
The bidding has proceeded 

Seeth 
| diamond 
' What do you bid now? 
@. 4—As South you hold 
AI1EPRTILZSIIOSS2L ARS 
The bidding has proceeded 
Fast See 


W eet 
Pass 


Pass 


1—Two spades 
close choice between a jump 


shift of 3 clubs and the reverse | 


bid of two spades with our pref- 
erence leaning toward the Jat- 
ter call. Although partner's no- 
trump response over a diamond 
would make it appear 
that he fits one of the minors, 


he could conceivably have some | 
spade holding not | 
We can always | 


four-card 
worth showing. 
bid clubs subsequently should 
it prove expedient 


2—Double. Your hand figures | 


to produce about five tricks and 
your trumps are good enough 
to draw some of East's 


compensation should prove 
more than adequate 
3— Two no trump 
though partner passed original- 
ly 
one round 
spades promoted your hand is 
the equivalent of a sound open- 
ing bid However, 


your hand led up to 

4+—One no trump. This hand 
does not quite measure up to 
the requirements, but dt does 
have a partial spade fit plus two 
tens 
tended to keep the bidding 
open and the alternative of an 
immediate spade raise is nt 
appealing on such skimpy val- 


ues. 
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Paul Lanham to Retire, 


Served D. C. 51 Years 


Pau! Lanham, nationally 
known hydraulics expert and 
superintendent of water opera- 
tions in the District Depart- 
ment of Sanitary Engineering, 
will retire July 31. 

Lanham has one of the 
longest rescords of service with 


the District—51 years. 
' 


‘is considered a pioneer in the 


The self-educated engineer 


field of metering equipment 
measurement. 


patents in this field. 
Described by Sanitary Engi- 


| neering Director David V. Auld 


as “one of the most brilliant 
minds I've ever met,” Lanham 
is credited as the “most import- 
ant single influence in making 


the District water distribution) 


system one of the best in the 
United States.” Other cities 
have frequently consulted him 


om water distribution problems. | 
A member of the distin-’ 


guished family for which Lan- 
ham, Md. was named, Lanham 


'began his career with the Dis timo 


trict staking out water mains’ 
with an engineering field 
wagon. After a brief period on 
a switchboard. he orgenired 
water survey divisions of the 
old water department. “The 
equipment was quite crude, so 
I developed new types of flow 
measurement.” Lanham ex-' 
plained 

Lanham'’s father, Trueman’ 
Lanham, was “father of shade! 
trees” in the District. As first’ 
superintendent of trees and 
parking, the elder Lanham 
planted and grew most of the’ 
District's shade trees from’ 
seedlings. Another son of the 
elder Lanham. Clifford. held 
that post for 54 years, retiring 
in 1946 

Lanham plans to settle down 
and “enjoy the flowers, grass) 
and trees” in the home he in- 
herited from his father on Old 
Annapolis rd. Lanham. He ie 
married and has one son. Paul 
Trueman, and a foster daugh-' 
ter, Helen Wood Davis of Bal- 
re. 


MARK -TRAIL 


By Ed Dodd |The Washington Merry-Go-Round 


> WE WAG SORE AT THE 


| . 
= ™ HES RIGHT OVER 

THAT'S WHY HE | LOOKING { GEHIND THAT GTAO 
¢ FOR MARK 


SET FIRES...1 BGKED MARK 
NOT TO TELL ANYONE NOT 


.«@UT T THINK HES 
BUSY RIGHT NOW 


TRA ... 


Pan Am Airways 
Criticized Anew 


By Drew Pearson 


Pan American Airways,’ Actually the situation was 
which advertises itself as “The worse than I reported, for Pan 
world’s most experienced air- Am failed to teach the flight 
ways,” has taken more news- engineer what to do in such an 
paper editors ae emergency. Says the CAB . 
~jand publishers | “The specific contingency 


By Alex Raymond ‘= free junkets that occurred in this accident 
——- <a> 7 |and employs Siwas never taught in any ‘of 
more lobbyists Sithese classes (which the flight 
jand public-re- \engineer had attended) nor had 
lations mén ithe company (Pan Am) issued 
than any other any specific instructions in re- 
airway gard thereto.” | 
The full force | Most blatant lie by Pan 
of this public- ‘American was in connection 
relations bat- with a near accident over Ve-' 
|tery is always Pcarson nice, Italy, when a Pan Am 
ibrought to a. abe DC7B caught fire in its No. 3 
ibear on any newsman WH” engine. In denying any respon- 
dares report on the activities sinpility, Pan Am states: “The 
‘of one of the world’s biggestifirst information issued by 
leirlines. and a recent columM/Hamilton Standard to DC7B 
by this writer was no @xXC€P operations that propeller gov- 

L | 


uon. lernor drive shafts should be 

The column in question Wa8 replaced was on December 29 

| dedicated to the question of|/1955, one day after the acci- 
air safety and illustrated the | dent occurred.” 


> 


<7 <i SCE Ceeue, \ 
- ABSOLUTELY ) 
Ne ece’ 


imanner in which the Civil Aer-| According to the official CAB 
) utics Board and Civil Aero , ' ‘ 
jonautics Boa ‘report, this was completely 
; | nautics Authority had failed faise. Here is what the CAB) 
\to take proper safety precau-|,ncident Investigation Report! 
| tions 
; 


1] th seen” was File No. 10178 stated on page 4 | 
. a ad colu . ‘ a | 
sane look critical of Pan Am) In November, 1955, all DC TB | 
. 2 . “* i“ 
}than official records justified. | OPerstors were advised bj the | 
But since Pan American's propeller manufacturer (Hamil-| 
i'publie-relations men have now ton Standard) that as a result 
conc ted a letier to newspa of the failures a program wa 
pers denying various refer- being initiated to replace al| 
, -+ - 1 be a | 
icidents which could have heen me part No. C1059 with = aen 
i prev nted: and since the safety shaft, part No. 321822 | 
tof American life on the air-| Pan Am had not followed this | 
| ways is of crucial importance, 'recommendation at the time of 
ilet’s 


ONNA GIVE LORD 
OTTOM 4 PUNCH / \? 


H ~~ 


ao le 


| take an additional look at'the near accident over Venice 
+ ithe Pan American safety rec-|on Dec. 28, and it was not until | 
‘ord, as published in official’ Jan. 16, 1956, that the CAA 
CAB records. issued directive 56-2-2, making 
| > ithe change mandatory. My 
Rusty Propellers ichief criticism was of the CAB 
When a Pan American Boe CAA for not rs quiring all com 
ing 377 ditehed in the Pacific P@mes to make an immediate 
195 miles off the coast of Ore-|Change in a part which had been 
gon in March, 1955, the CAB found to be defective 
imade an examination of other| Pan Am also made an amaz- 
|Pan American propellers. This. ing and self-incriminating alibi 
'was because a propeller had for failing to change the elec 
|worked loose on the no. 3 en-|trical control apparatus recom 
igine and caused the engine tO mended on Boeing 377s 
ifall out. though, as I reported. it did 
The shocking fact was thati|make the change in its DCs 
ithe CAB found 135 per cent) 7) wae simpler to meke the 
| of the Pan American planes on changes on them (t Des 
ithe Pacific-Alaska division to alibied Pan Am in its lette: 
have rusty or corroded propel aqitors “than the Boeings 
ler blades atin ‘a no 
Here is the official finding of oe Se ome oe te 
” DC6Bs were coming off the as 


its 


he 
Lo 
on 


the CAB, page 7, Accident In sembiy line at the time.” 
vestigation Report, File No 
1.0039 In 

“Corrosion which is known | “°T* 
often to serve as foci for fa-| eT 
tigue failure was found on 13.9 ‘ose coming « 
per cent of the PAWA-Pacific-|/!ne, 80 the 
Alaska division blades.” Oo wall 
| Pan Am also stated in its de.|those who did 
‘nial of my column: “The CAB/!!ves in the | 
ireport definitely states: ‘The|in March, 
\aircraft was ditched under con 
‘trol’ ” 

Merely because a big corpo 
\Tation states something to be 
a fact doesn’t make it a fact.! 
no matter how many public 
relations men it employs. Here 
is exactly what the CAB report 
stated: | 

“A Pan American World Alr- 
ways Boeing 377 N 1032V was 
ditched in the Pacific ocean .. .| 
after No. 3 engine and propel- 
er tore loose and fell free 
foLowed by control difficul- P . 
tes.” t Fund 

This doesn't sound much like ro] ee une 
being ditched “under control.” 

Pan Am also denied by state-; The Army Corps of Engi 
ment that “CAB investigations neers has received $5 million 
revealed the pilot had been for continuation of flood con- 
unable to increase the power 4 mn ¢) n ' 
of the three good engines to rel projects in ine Anacostis 
compensate for No. 3 due River and Cumberland, Md 

area, the Department of the 


electrical failure.” 
; Army announced yesterday 
The fiscal 1957 appropriation 
includes $1,682,000 the 
c thy » 
Here exactly what the Peace Cross flood control proj 


\CAB reported: “The tearing ect in the Anacosta River 


other words 
in use carrying passenger 
harder change 
if the assembh 
gers just had 
Ke a chance. Of 
four lost their 
if Oregon 


— 


planes 


nasa 


ana t 


@ ii of 
1955 
Copyright 1954 


Bell Byr 


Drew Pearson + 
the secret warning 
Reuther has given the | 
crats tonight 7 


at j 
over WTOP. 


45 


Army Given 
Peace Cross 


to 


Another Denial 


: ‘ for 
is 


i 


laway of No. 3 engine obviously|D. V. C. Birrell, chief of the 
lereated a short in that portion Engineers Division, Washington 


) District, Corps of Engineers 
the syste ery ; 
| ’ =, evens AO ¢ says the project is expected to 
f engine. . 
7 


of 


—*. A subsequent attempt be completed within the next 
SS iby the flight engineer lo in-, year. 
, <a ij ‘crease r.p.m. by use of all; A total of $3,400,000 was allo 
ee, le , sw ches simultaneously result-|cated to Cumberland, Md and 
EY en jed in opening of the master! Ridgely, W. Va. flood control 
fy” . leircuit breaker so that the! Virginia receives $2,904,000 for 
ir.p.m. of none of the remaining| Norfolk Harbor, the Nerfolk 
could be land Portsmouth Belt Line Rail- 
iroad Bridge. Thimble Shoal 
Channel and a waterway from 
Bay to Chinco 


t~ 
Increasing the fr.p.m., or rev 


olutions per minute, is of'Chesapeake 
course increasing power. teague Bay. 


—— 


—— 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
ait Saturday, July 14, 1956 


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FINANCIAL NEWS 


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" SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1956 31 


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Your Dream Home of the Future May Be a Home of 56 


Area’s Housing Show 
Starts on September 8 


By Paul Herron 


Real Estate Ect: 
HROW away your crystal ball. Stop dreaming about) 
the home of the future. The latest home designs, de-| 
*, appliances, furnishing and prices will be found in the! 
Homes of "56 exhibit that is just weeks away. ) 
The Homes of ‘56 is a month-long housing exposition | 
onsored by The Washington Post and Times Herald with! 
the cooperation of leading area builders, decorators and/ 
furniture stores. -_ 
Starting mext Saturday s to home furnishings and eotial 
npse of the building innova- For that reason visitors to the’ 
s that will make housing Homes of 36 can expect to find 
ews this fall will be disclosed the newest fabrics. furniture 
the presentation of the and colors in addition to basic 
sketches and pians for home products 
bomes In-the exhibit | The aprileance industry also’ 
ss you tne Homes of ‘36 is boasting of great strides in| 
> be observed from Saturday. the home equipment field and/ 
September § through Saturday. «ame of the t startling ed-| 
September 29. The public will vances will undoubtedly be 
be imvited to see all of the found in kitchens, laundry 
hemes and there w be no ad rooms and utility rooms ; 
mission charge to inspect 2n) Earty reperts indicate that) 
dwelling the Home of "56 will be larger 
This i the ninth year that gan its preticcessor, 
this newspaper has sponsored equipped and with greater a ant 
the annual full-scale housing tentica paid te facilities fer 
show. Im past years hundreds jeisure and indeor-cutdeer liv- 
of thousands of persons have ing Because of the increased! 
viewed me mm mde mes—(h¢ size and “extras” the new 
best the industry has to hemes will probably be slightly, 
many nave ur- higher im price than the Hemes! 
dwellings r al "55. 
nspecting tbe b iowever, there will be model! 
Ho nes of 36 im every price 
National Heme Week—a ma bracket and lecated in evety 
ten wide observance of the « n of the Greater Washing 
preducts ef the buiRling indus ‘on area 
try—is stheduled fer Septem During the September home 
ber 15 threuch 22 and the Heme show the real estate section of 
Butiders Association ef Metre The Washington Post and 
pelittan Washington, will ob Times Herald will carry com 
serve the event lecally. ever. picte details of all the homes.) 
lapping the Hemes of 56 dates. with pictures. sketches, loce-| 
T? : will mean that ihe pud- wons and di rections for reach 
: be treated in September ing the sample dwellings | 
of the most comprehen Ents 1s in the home show are| 
0OUs md exhibitions ever now being received from ares 
buyers builders and, if approved, will! 


im recest years are. ses ome oat te ee A GARDEN VIEW OF THE RESIDENCE OF MR. AND MRS. MELVIN GELMAN ON BRADLEY BLVD. IN BETHESDA, MD. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER ALD 
> Seturday, July 14, 1956 


Tile Is Building Feature | 


One of the largest ceramic: with California Hermosa tile in’ 


tile jobs ever to go into a build- the east as well as one of the 
ing in the east will make up /2"Sest jobs with any kind of) 


, ramic tile. 
part of the interior finish of| rhe but 


The building, to be completed 
the world’s first bronze sky-|in 1957 at a cost of $30 million, 
scraper. will include many unusual fea- 

Approximately 100,600 square tures. Besides being the first 
feet of tiling will be used in the building with bronze as the ex- 
S8-story House of Se agram terior wall material, it also will 
Building in New York, making be equipped with a closed cir- 
this the largest job ever done cuit color television system, 


House For Sale 


New Custem-Bellt Brick and Stone 
Rambler tn Melly Hill eear Coneree- 
shenal Coantry Clad. Living reem, 
full dining room, modern bitches, 
S bedreems. t% beths. Breesewer, 
f-cor corace. Expendibte tnd fleer. 
%-acre weeded 
Christie OL. 


Vacation Varieties 


One of the leading home magazines recently conducted a 
survey fo find out how many of its subscribers spent part) 
of their vacation on home improvement projects and following | 
are the results: 68 per cent spent all or part of their vacation, 
at home. 


Téeatiy situated on 
let. S87.950. Call Mr. 
71-9709. 


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Small Country Estate 


eteched goroge from War ngto 
jus? post Perto oft te A rent te Zara 
ene block te Ft. Scott Dr. right “ be 9 ort SATURDAY AND 
SUNDAT 2 wnt! 4. 


Manrstetter. McCase a Co., Inc. 


JA. 35-3407 Evenings TE. 6-0837 


With a View 


Miller Development Co. Each house has 
Pago bedrooms and three full baths plus 

room Stone walls give privacy 
ra the rear yards of the dwellings. 


Town Houses 


Two new “Georgetou a type town houses 
with a view of the Pal Park from the 
porches and sundecks, are being exhibited 


lor the first time today at 4854 and 4856 
. by the ©. C. and A. N. 


TM 
EDGEMOOR, MD. 
SMALL CLOSE-IN ESTATE 
1 acre—beautifully landscaped 
7116 FAIRFAX RD. 


the family seeking not enlr 


ne rest 


Loughbero rd. nu 


Lenders’ Advice 


New Models Would Boost Home Sales 


els that will stimulate the in- builders in giving buyers more 
terest of home buyers whe are for their housing dollar.” 
able and willing to buy better) Strunk and Weimer reported 
housing but whe ere not com-(that housing starts in the first) 
pelied to buy or trade up,” said|half of 1956 were off approx. 
Strunk and Weimer. l\imately 13 to 14 per cent when 
They added that other fac ‘compared with the same period 
tors thet would help to stim-\of last year. Dollarwise, they 
ulate the rate of homebuilding reported, the decline was much 
would be (1) easier monetary (less pronounced, with expendi- 
policies, and (2) the adoption tures for residential construc 
of flexible interest rates for'tion down only about 6 per 
insured and guaranteed mort- cent below 1955 levels. 
gages. | Sinee November, they said. 
“Current trends suggest the rate of homebuilding has 


This center bell older home te ideal for 
epactous grounds cutside but Bite speciow rooms inside La 
Gates room. kitchen. TWO BEDROOMS AND BATH ON FiIRGT 
FLOOR. twe edditiensl bedrooms end beth on second fer Pull 
Sasement with maids room. end full beth end one-car garage 


Open Teday & Sun. 2 te 7 


te Bredicg Bicd. 


ACRES 
25 Minutes To D.C. via Shirley Freeway 
Room for Living laside & Ontride 


Remodeled farrn house with lots of charm. Nice lerge living room (with fireplace) opening 
into en unusually lerge screened living porch with barbecue fireplace Dining room, modern, 
equipped kitchen, 2 bedrooms, tile bath, plus a-4-rm. & bath wing, Maid’s rm. & bath. Base- 
ment, oil h.-w.h. Built-in garage. Some outbuildings. Garden, asparagus bed. $31,500. Terms. 


Shown by appomtment 


or. 485868 ROMYE LAMBORN, 


RErciusive Agent 


The “best hope” for boosting 
the rate of homebuilding is the 
development of “new models” 
that will excite customer in- 
terest, according to twe top 
=—= officials of the United States 
Saving and Loan League 

Norman Strunk, League ez- 
ecutive vice president, and 
Arthur M. Weimer, League 
economist, expressed their 
views in the Quarterly Let 
ter of the national trade or- 
ganization for the savings and 


Directions: Wisconsin Ave 
right te our open mg* 


4. RUPERT MONLER. JR... Realter 
1223 Coan. Ave. —r NA. §-4048 


SL 
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NSTUART & MAURY, REALTORS 


left te Faetrias Rd. 


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Realtor OT. 48035 


Cope orga 


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Open Sunday, I to 6 


SPRINGFIELD, MD.—$31,950 
5606 Pollard Road 


This home will surprise you—3 fireplaces 

3 alr conditioners installed and available at nominal cost 
A RELATIVELY NEW 6 “. RAMBLER OFFERING MAN 
UNUSUAL INTERIOR FEATY Excellent size living re 
with fireplace separate dining | : 
kitchen, 3 bedrooms. 7 ed ba ; 
FAMILY ROOM aR DEN “ iH PEPLA : 
he house 6 on attractwe PA! 
WITH FIREPLACE. l-car oerage. Lev 
oped and established part of Spring? 
Munity. 

Directions: River Rc ad to Soringfield Dr. (opposite en- 
france to Kenwood Civb), left to Pollard Rd. and right to 
ev “Oven” 


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51g 


BRADMOOR-$23,500 


8514 Irvington Avenue 
in the desirable Bradley Bivd. area convenient te schools. 


loan business. 
And the two officials made 


“easier credit.” while 8 would 
help. is not the whole answer 
to the present decline in the 

olume of home building 
“Even if mortgage credit 
ould ease im the months 
there is no assurance 
that the rate of homebuilding 
advance to any marked 
" gaid Strunk and 

mer 
They noted that while home 
buyer interest remains strong, 
purchasers are becoming in- 
reasingly selective, and that 
houses that do not provide at- 
tractive design and styling, and 
are not located on large, well- 
planned iots, tend to stil 
slowly. 

“The best hope for advance 
In the rate of housebuilding is 
the development of new mod. 


that the money markets may remained in the annual range’ 
be easing but it will take some of 1.1. to 12 million units, the 
it clear that they believed that uime for builders to adjust to\exception being February| 


such changes,” 


officials. “Flexible interest annual rate equaled last year's 


rates would 


said the League when the seasonally adjusted) 
be heipful to'13 million units. 


CHEVY CHASE, D. C. 


5303—RENO ROAD, N.W. 


Open Saturday and Sunday 2 to 6 


FIRST SHOWING of this appealing 2-story brick colonia! 
en attractive and well landscaped lot. First Floor 
room with fireplece, seperate dining room. & 
screened porch. and’ a LARGE COVERED TERRACE 
PRIVATE GARDEN, built-in garege. Second Fioor; 3 twin- | United States architects for | 
sized Bedrooms and 2 tiled beths.. Basern FINISHED a decade have been — 
RECREATION ROOM WITH FIREPLACE, maid's lavatory, more and more of the nat : 
laundry facilities, ges heat. VACANT, WMMEDIATE POS- beauty of wood in their home 
SESSION. and building designs, expicit- 

Directions: Wisconsin Ave. to Bradley Bivd., ing the lovely texture, grain 
continue past Wilson Lane to Huntington Pkwy. and colorings of wood as a 
an immediate ieft on Irvington to our “Open” decorative device. Exposed 


TUART & MAURY, REALTORS() |wals sre typical canes, where 


iwalls are typical cases, where 
CHARLES T. BERRY, JR., Direc. of Sales 


architects have put nature's 
own materials, such as Douglas 
5207 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. KE. 7-1370 
(Evenings OL. 64439, HO. 2-5393) 


on 


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3106 ROLLING ROAD “ROLLINGWOOD”, CHEVY GUE, MD. Pe i 
Alse Open Saturday 2 . ¢ #¥- 
thts eed bo cxaeine Ean tn he atlas, Tea tense | — | 
WIDEN Your Home Comfort 


and grownds ere in immaculate condition. 3 lerge bedrooms, 

2-tiled baths. Large living room, den, dining room, kitchen and 

screened one-car NINE vooms ie this wery desirable gropecty. WIDE canter hall strikes keynote of gracious heos- 
pitality, living room (fireplace), sppreximately 15227, den, large dining room, garden-side large 

screened porch, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths. Priced amazingly low. 


porch. 
DIRECTIONS: Cet Coen. Ave 
RE. 7-2271 


ene. 


lef? and 
right end 
sign. 


Garage. 
tw ieesed emg BSE oo tdend & 
Rotiag Booed e246 Lett to 1108 


Cer CheceRaly fe, eco: 


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3333 
7 $ Conn. Ave. Lilla Burt Cummings, Exclusive 
fir and West Coast hemiock 
lumber to work serving the 
dual purpose of structural 
value and appearance. : 


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A 55 Foot One Level Three- ‘ 
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$ te feet toalfle Hehe (Am 4), then Brick Split Level New Model Rambler 
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Symondcie tignr on right 
OPEN EVERY DAY 10 A.M. TILL DARK ne : pwrectee | ccs owe che re wet 
¥ . 2 Furnished Model Homes by HUTCHISON Furnitare Co. 
ont entional 


Om, 
shed recreetion com. fyi! $22,500 
Eucellest FHA, Military FHA end C Financing Available 


MURPHY & SNELL BUILDERS-REALTORS 
JA; 5-7195 


EXCITING NEW ALL COLOR KITCHEN 


GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 


* GE Refrigercter * GE Counter * GE Olsposcl 
* GE Well Oven Ronge & GE Dish wearer 


DIPECTIONS: From Woshingtes, Arlingtes Bed. VU 5. BD) dhow 
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to Wiletes Bhepping Center. ieft on Patrice 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Cooling .' Saturday, July 14, 1956 33 


(uestions, 


mer” | YOUR LAST CHANCE TO LIVE 
IN CARROLL KNOLLS | sernc 


1? Tait 


= CLOSE TO EVERYTHING! 


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grand opening: 


~ CARROLL KNOLLS 
SPLIT-LEVELS 


3 bedrooms, den, 2 1/2 baths, 


tamily room... nexttoa 


10 acre recreation park 


$ VA, FHA & 
Conventional 
J Financing Available 


2 
s’s d 
7 price sublect te VA approval 


m oD 
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Copyrigh’ 1956 Howe & Gerstia Agency 


@ LARGE KITCHEN WITH DINING ALCOVE, EYE-LEVEL OVEN 
@ SEPARATE DINING ROOM LEADING TO PATIO & GARDEN 
@ SPACIOUS LIVING. AREA; FINISHED RECREATION ROOM 


Carroll Knolls offers you one of the choicest locations of the area . . . right 
next to a modern school, close to churches, shopping, public transportation, 
equally convenient to Silver Spring or Wheaton. Carroll Knolls is a safe 
place to raise children . . . filled with cul-de-sacs and dead end streets. 


. Many homesites back on state-owned property. There is a heavily wooded 
this wonderful home value playground, community center and —_ schoo! adjacent to your home 
b 


ad ; . " Carroll Knolls homes feature plenty of brick, plenty of interesting and 
- e] ssible by these suppliers different trim, giving you a community of different-looking houses in the 
latest split-level design. Carroll Knolls homes increase in value every 


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You Can Improve pte og MnLERAM & KING, INC. @ 5 MINUTES FROM THE HECHT CO. AT COLESVILLE & GEORGIA 


| o 7 rf Re ' COMMERCIAL LINOLEUM CO. Kocher Equioment By @ A FEW MINUTES FROM SHOPPING IN ANY DIRECTION 
laity Room INC. MALER BUILDING SUPPLY 
meet & Cotes CO., INC. @ RIGHT NEXT TO SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES SHOPPING 
CONTEE SAND & GRAVEL. rorewcork By 
CO. INC. POTOMAC RON WORKS, INC. 
mnie By directiOns: rive out Georgie Avenue 
JOHN A QUINN thru Silver Spring and continue on the Georgia 
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S 4. SMITH to the 10400 block of Georgia Avenue and 
Lendeeenten 0 turn left on Evans Drive te the end of the 
—— LAMDSCAPES street and ovr model home. 


Arc? tecture By THE HECHT co 


WAGMAN CONSTRUCTION CORP. 


MH. T. HARRISON & SONS. INC. Facavations ty 
Owners & Builders Phone LO. 5.5040 


SUBURBAN EXCAVATORS 
Sales Agent 
igh rnc furniture interiors by 
me pcomssct | 3 & chneider : 
923 15m Se. MW. 900 Seventh St NW EX. 3-6767. 
ses, fish bowls ; eee: 


" va ( if 
»r books can be placed RE 7-6650 , > 


"al Toes Bene | ee | , —— —77 No More ‘Solitary’ Cooking | 
Saturday, July 14, 1956 / | | ” i : | Homes of the very neariens planned like railroad | FOR RENT 


. a a : ; ii é future simply won't have kitch- sleepers to get the most utility Furnished 
, ' - ‘ens—in the traditional sense. oes yp ge ong — Bannockburn Heights 
A mi , ins ) jhousewives have their way. strictly anti-social—and un- Atteactive Bemiee eS te 8 
. : e- ” nin 
racie of modern engi < | Jane Tiffany ‘7agner, home necessar) se ceantely meen 
neered timber construction is ) . service director of the Gas Ap-| It is possible, she points out, |} every detail. Features 43 ft living 
a new jai alai arena at Riviera’ pliance Manufacturers Associ-'to set up a food storage, prepa- roo 8g: Bey Ra ante 
Beach, Fla. Laminated wood . oe whe mene. for the eee ene cooking center that | entertaining Exceltent schools 
. . women are geting skillfully combines recreational pearby. Bannockburn @#wim 
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arches 294 fee ong and nearly pa a ifed up with working “in soli- and utilitarian facilities. Such | P°°! g my wy ey 
eight stories high at their apex mn . Sao itary” and want kitchens de-ja room, which she calls a “livi- ae Ang — poy ’ 
span a record of 242‘, feet, the - a | |signed to let them share family|nette,”| might even be large | 5t@rting late $320 Por Month 
greatest distance ever covered ; : - contacts while they work. enough to include a4 laundry. , hentet Only setended, bear right 
by construction of this type , . ., “Builders with an eye to mod- den and dining area without | t River Re. left to Wilson Lene, 
; : ern living requirements will\Cowngrading the main floor | "** 0" Levereet fo 7418 


—- 7 ® | ed quit offering layouts with kiteh- decor of the home. 


$ POTOMAC 
$ HUNT COUNTRY 
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@ 4bédroom, brick rambler with 
@3%4 baths; 12% acres with 
@ stream, fenced for grazing. 


LARGE POND FOR 
FISHING, SWIMMING 
AND ICE SKATING 


Open Sat. and 
Sun. "Til Dark 


Luxury and Elegance Unlimited 


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{ grand opening has been staged today by the Wagman level oven and dining area, separate dining room leading 
Construction Co., Inc., builders of a last section of homes to patio and garden, a living area and a finished recrea- 
in Carroll Knolls, in nearby Maryland. The four bed tion room. Ta reach model homes: Out Georgia ave. 
room, 2% bath split levels are priced at $20,990. Features to Evans dr. and Carroll Knolls sign, le{t to end of street 
of the new dwellings include a large kitchen with eye- and houses. 


FRANK TAYLOR 


OWNER ond BUILDER 


OL. 6-5155 
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No] 


‘ Home Owners Warned of Repair Racket 
of family income is recom- \ as i 


mended budgeting for hous Homeowners have been vic- out o. for so-called trial-pur-\is finished in full compliance 
ing. Our Mortgage Protee- timized by fast-talking sales- chase offers with your contract. TO REACH: 
entrance te 


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ten Pian aesures your fam- ’ sell , or wort Dont believe exaggerated Out Columbia Pike past 

lle «2 home that’s free and \ men who sell shoddy . Orta claims or guarantees sions any EFFICIENT SERVICE FOR 40 TEARS : LARE BARCROPT te Whispering Lane risht te 
less improvement services al —' - & , J 5 im the Open Sian 


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clear, thus takes care of « , product or service SALE AND RENTAL poe Open 
quarter of their needs. sky-high prices. Here is how to, Read and understand all NORTHEAST and SOUTHEAST . ) Saturday & Sunday 
keep out of their clutches, say papers. Don't sign documents REAL ESTATE Moon ‘til dark. Evenings by appointment 
the editors of Changing Times, With unfilled blanks. If a com- HOHENSTEIN BROS. 


. ’ pn} TT | °° ?} ms ’ 
The Kiplinger Magazine. pletion certificate ar! required and DONAHUE 
n connection with the finane- L. 6- $20 
Don't believe any claims OF jing sion it only after all work|| 72.2%," %. = Li. 7-s000 C 1 
suggestions that the materials eh ten , Members Wash. Real Estate Board |) 
7? ¥ ‘to sed or the workmanship 
OF WASHINGTON, D. €, to be used or the . 
| 'is approved or backed by the 
B16 14th St., M.W., RE. 7-6161 | Government. There can be no 
such endorsement 
Be leery of propositions for 
using your home for neighbor 
hood demonstration purposes or 


= ° ad ) ft re " " sh he . 
Exclusive Kenmani offers to give you a cash bonus 
4 Bedrooms °@ 4 Baths ©@ Library work might generate. Watch 


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5212 Lawn Way 

(Corner of Lawn W ev and Brookside Drive) - , ‘ 
Impressive Southern Colonial, just completed. Spacious Special Paints Made 

entrance hall, 30x15 living room, 15x18 dining room, ' 9 
Mahogany paneled den with full bath. Western cedar For Asbestos Siding 
kitchen with large dining area, 22x26 screened and tiled 
porch. Four large bedrooms, master (30x15), 2 baths on , - 
second floor, stairway to attic. Paneled recreation room siding requires no paint fo 
Maid’s room and bath. Twocar garage. Price $59,500. preservation, it may be painted 
$30,000 Ist trust available if a color change is desired 
. ' f Most major paint manufactur- 
een Saturday and Taney, I to 6 ers now market paints especial- 
ER HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION ly intended for use over asbes- 


Directions Owt Wisconsin Ate. te Dorert Ave. iff on Dore? te 
Kennedy Der then tert end feliow Kenned, ‘te home et aoeenee of tos siding and asbestos board 
dewn Wey ond Brockaute Dr Ordinary house paint may be 


TED LINGO used if it is preceded by a 
4.6219 primer recommended by an 

™ e. lestablished paint manufacturer. | 
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Although asbestos< em ent 


“emphasis on home value” 


Li NCOLN — ee THE VIRGINIAN 


water |eorene 


The contemporary 3-bedroom VIRGINIAN RAMBLER has more wonderful festures then we 

heave room te tell of, but here are a few. it's wonderfully spacious for entertaining, for family 

fun and for privacy when desired. Interior highlights are a lovely living-soom arse with 414 9 0 

stunning 2-way fireplace, ceiling-high window wall and built-in bookcases; @ big kitchen Z 5 

with GE 10 cu.-ft. refrigerator, Disposall and washer. You may have the fameus CALORIC 

BUILT-IN GAS RANGE UNIT, too, at 2 small additional charge. Striking exterior touches $95.44 Monthly on 25-yr. Gl Loan 
include versatile carport with storage room, front planting ares and « wide test overhang te 

keep the home comfortably cool. FHA and FHA Career Financing. Only 2% Down to Qualified Gi 


THE 


“PROCLAMATION” Sire? 
Prices Range trem $18,700 to $23,000 aotetinnt , . THE CRESTWOOD RAMBLER 


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Te euohfied purchasers. chic cvarebie i HA 
Deadapeeeremiam THESE BEAUTIFUL HOMES... s : 
feature steel beam and brick construction, rock woo! 


insulation . « wing room with fireplace-and pic- 
ture window. din ng room, GE all-color kitchen with 
Formica counter tops, linoleum floor, exhaust fan 
ceramuc tiie hath Abundance of closet space Full 
Gaylight basement, Rheem furnace, 40-galion hot- 


Coreer loans 


Trt sevel living ‘sete: ing 
3 bedrecms, | | both: 
, yt > water heater. Concrete driveways. Minimum lot Livin@ 800M 
LLUSTRATE size 12.000 sa. ft All city utilities Close to sexe 
churches, schools, shopping. One-year warranty 
Ss ADDED FEATURES: The New Honevwell Modu 
i flow temmonerature rantro! svstem—the . TAPELITE” 


wall switch—and the Honeywell Fire Belle completely 


automatic Mousehold detection 
UNSURPASSED FOR LOCATION ... FOR 
VALUE... FOR CONVENIENCE > Where $] 3 950 
Purniched by M. T. Broyhill & Sons after 9 house plans to choose ri 
; from, with several elevations of each, including Split Compact planning is the key te comfortable living in the full-basement, 3-bedroom NEW CREST- 


HUTCHISON . Levels, Two Levels and Ramblers $117.05 Monthly on 25-yr. GI Loan WOOD RAMBLER . . . « great big home that’s lovely te look st, easy te care for. Living 


Furniture Co. Complete GE Kitchen In Color : , , 
Wilistes Ghoppins Center, Only 5% Down to Qualified Gi ty picture windows and center wall fireplace, 
Sale Purch GENERAL ELECTRIC dining ares. Glamorous kitchen, three big bedrooms with huge closets, full bath and 


Ores Daily. 19 4M Mom will the tully-equip 

= © GE REFRIGERATOR ® GE RANGE TOP MODEL HOME BY DON PARKINSON UNIT atop ote =a tae oa ou ane tates 
EXHIBIT HOUSE 4 ~ oe reper y = Le tote OF BARNES &@ KIMEL windows. it may be expanded inte « hobby-recrestion room or extra guest ome 
820 Chambliss St. # F.H.A. & F.H.A. CAREER SERVICE FINANCING 
DIRECTIONS 


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as wat, 4 “ Out Shirley Highwa Edsall ad cl 
LMT Bgl: Sina cp aap pos CRESTWOOD CONSTRUCTION CORP. 


‘we on Back Lick one-quarter mile to Braddoch Road, then 
° DEVFLOPERS © BUILDERS © REALTORS © INSURANG tn hs Aeiteren gin: Kale Builders of Quality Homes 


2a a gy caigpe sane eset | MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY TILL CRESTWOOD PARK @ NO. SPRINGFIELD, VA. 
" . DARK. SOME HOMES READY FOR IMMEDIATE CL. 60481, JA. 7-6666 
OCCUPANCY. a 


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GTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, July 14, 1956 30 


NAREB Organization itate boards and one state real 
‘estate association, organized 


New Type Roofs 


The newest type of roof! 
structure designed for use in 
schools, churches and homes is 


THE WASHIN 


FHA Approves 2810 Loans 


In the Washington, D. C., met- garage and finished attic spaces, 
ropolitan area last year the! and contained 5.3 rooms, includ- 


. led wood trussed rafter ' 
Federal Housing Administration em ; - | In 1908, in Chicago, Ill, 120’ the National Association of Real 
insured 2810 home mortagages |'"8 S bedrooms. About 10.7 intalad talaciehe ebaus ons | a 


: | | wae Pe men, representing 28 feal es- Estate Boards. 
totaling $38,326,000, according Per cent of the properties had 5 x . | 6 op ten Econ which tbe & 
es a re Hine | 4. “e ' very inexpensive roof gam 
to mas arringer, FHA| garage facilities of some kind. construction | 
director for this area. | Barringer said the averages! | 
Barringer Said the average(|he cited applied to newly built! 
new home in this area financed owner-occupied homes financed | 
with an FHA-insured mortgage|with mortgages insured by the’ 
in 1955 was appraised by the' FHA under the provisions of 
FHA at $13,340. It had an area|Section 203 of the National! 
of 1031 square feet, exclusive of Housing Act. 


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FOXHALL-Reservoir Area 


First Time Open Sunday 2:30-5:30 
4841 Hutchins Place 


Very attractive new brick house on deep fot, built 
Georgetown manner with 
onto garden, 
$24,750 


Left off Reservoir 


Storage Problem Solved 


Householders with the out- 
door urge, who have no base- 
ment and yet need storage for 
garden and play equipment, 
|have discovered a smart way to 
gct added storage space. Com- 
|pact units, built against a fence 
ora house, can be air tight and 
frost tight if tongue-and-groove 
|Douglas fir flooring is used 
\for the sides and roof. Shingles 
jor composition roof will make 
the structure watertight. Stain 
ithe storage unit to match 
fencing or house siding. Thesse 
units can be long and harrow 
‘and require very little space. 


in the 


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side entrance 
kitchen and garage facing 


living room 


the street 


yer ng 


Askit 


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COUNTRY CLUB VILLA 


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Rd. at MacArthur 


miereect 


2232 49th Street N.W. 
For Rent Or Sale 


Charming and cozy 3-bedroom house on beautiful wooded lot 
Recreation room opens on terrace level. $24.950 or $200 
per month. 


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New Ramblers for Maryland Buyers 


Out MacArthur Bled., right on Ashby. left on 9th 


J. ©. CHATEL 
1532 Wisconsin Ave: 


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for the Ryon homes is from $33,500 to 
$34.950. To reach model home: Out Massa- 
chusetts ave. extended to Cromwell rd. 


right 2 blocks to Knollwood rd. and right 


again to houses. 


Homes on Massachusetts avenue extended 
are being offered for sale by the Thomas 
H. Ryon Co. is a rambler 
with three bedrooms and 2, baths. Split 
level designs also are available. Price range 


HU. 3-3356 


Shown above 


———— —— 


Open Daily 1 to 6 


to oFn this multi-level 
pace for t extra bedroome 
3 large bedrooms and & hath« 

Living reom, dining reem, GE Kitchen 
(arage, redwood family room and basement 


a ae 
— SO Rot AT COOSA) 


TWO NEW TOWN HOUSES 


IN AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE LOCATION 


4854 and 4856 Loughboro Rd. N.W. 


| OPEN SUNDAY 


Be proud Williamsburg Colonial with 
° 


After ‘War of Nerves’ 


Housing Bill Faces Last-Minute Action 


he alse promises a fight for 
some legislation — preferably 
cleser to Administration pro- 
posals. 


Situated among the natura! dogwoods and giant 
estadiished., convenient 

Out Rieer Rd ts tre 
STON DRIVE, lest to 6403 


EDW. F. FRY CO. 


Builders 


oaks of this 
communit' 
beyond KENWOOD 


OUNTRY CLUB te WIN- 


assured in a full turn-out, the 
four Republicans will be under 
pressure to revive the measure 


The Democrats anticipate this, 


By Hugh L. Morris 


International News Service 


OL. 4.5212 Eves. WO. 6-1792 


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Housing legislation dead 
locked in Congress but the pro 


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Wu Won wi ie 4 


me we ee bee \l/e\s/e\s 'e\) S/o). 8G e\./6'e\. eu 


Best Week-End Selections! 
OPEN SUNDAY I ‘TIL 6 
5 BEDROOMS SPLIT-LEVEL 
Bradley Wille Ares 


Red brick home on WS e@cre ecross street from Bethesda Country Club with 
vorded twimming peel end gelf course. 2 bedrooms end beth on ist 
oor, 3 bedreems end beth en Ind. Full beth in basement. Outside on 
rence, %% inclosed poetic. Lecker rooms on oround level fer equipment 
Lerge cerpert. Priced below market ot $29.9590 
t Bradiey Bird fe Seovn | 

7 : ca wre fs Rarnum one bis 

5d08 Seddon Ad. and OPEN sion 


CHEVY CHASE BD. C. 
5326 Nebraska Ave. N.W. 


The moet eutetending wolue of the season! Three bedrooms, 7 bethe: de 
feched brick with moder kitchen, lerge 70.%. den. finished etc mad s¢ 
room ond bath in bosemert Most convementiy loceted reer fimest churches, 
schools, shopping ond transportotion 


ASKING $23,500 


Reach: Out Conn. Ave. to Nebraska. right te 5306 bik end OF EN 
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CHEVY CHASE, “D.—ROSEMARY HILLS 
$16,800 Gi Approved 


Tired of lecking of today's run-of-the-mill hewses? You bet vou are 

Why net drive by thie ene Sundey? We think you ll come in end give 

This ie on B-yeor-cld deteched brick colenia!l in @ settied neigh- 

end on @ beawtiful TREE sheded corner tet. Meyse if A-! con- 

Living room, dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and beth Screened 

full basement with levetery. in sight of trend sew elementary 
Owner transferred oversecs 

To Reach: Out F4th St 

te Ross Piece, right to Maywo 


fo Fast Weet Highway. teft te Sendale, right 
a Ave ena iert fe 8714. 


LARGE STONE HOME 
Upper 16th St. N.W. 


vow con beet this beautiful heme for value don even coll ws 

yeors experience we hove never been privileged te effer such en Gut- 
stending volve. Mere ere but o few of the meny feetures: Huge fving 
room with fireplace, benaguet tired Gining room, terge well equipped 
kitchen, 3 bedreeme end 2 bethe. Poneled recreation room 
go’oge immecvicte condition Sacrificed af ently $16,500. 
financing 
DIRECTIONS 
end open sign 


Legum & Gerber Realty Co. 


EM. 2-9000 


Excellent 


Out 16th St. NW. W. te Rittenhoues St, right te 1370 


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and built ” : 


grams at stake are too firmly 
entranched for the lawmakers 
to let them die 

Chairman Albert Rains (D 
Ala.). of the House Subcommit 
tee on Housing, says the Fed 
eral housing programs make up 
15 per cent of the Nation's 
economy which he deciares 
would be “wrecked” by their 
sudden expiration 

Contained in the stymied bill 
are public and military hous 
ing. home improvement loans 
and housing for elderly persons 
and colleges ; 

Last-minute maneuvers on 
housing have been fairly com 
mon in the past few sessions 
of Congress with some South 
ern Democrats and Repubii 
cans teaming up in an effort 
to kill off public housing 

The readbleck was erected 
this year in the House Rales 
Committee which passes on all 
bills before they reach the 
fer debate. The Senate 
approved measure was tabled 
by a 6 te 4 vote. 

After a month-long 6 to 4 
deadiock last year, leaders 
managed to shake loose a com- 
promise housing bill just be- 
fore adjournment 

Similar action is anticipated 
this year after a “war of 
nerves” with both Democrats 
and Republicans threatening to 
let the programs die. Only 
those members who agreed to 
table the bill can call for a new 
vote 

With five Democratic votes 


count on it and, in fact, already 
are calling for it 

Rains says: “If (the Admin- 
istration) wants a housing pro- 
gram—and they say they do— 
they should be able to get at 
least one other vote to support 
it, and failing to do that it 
would be clear they don't want 
one.” 
House Banking Committee 
Chairman Brent Spence (D- 
Ky.) says the committee drew 
up “the best bill” it could and 
any further action will have to 
come from the rules group 
without additional prompting 
from him 

Federal Housing Chief Al 
bert M. Cele calls the Demo- 
cratic measure “unrealistic, ex- 
cessive and ill-conceived” but 


Biggest disagreement centers 
on public housing. The Senate 
wants 135.000 units a year: 
the House Banking Committee 
wants 60.000 a year; the Ad- 
ministration wants 35.000 a 
year, and the House Rules 
Committee—so far, at least— 
wants none at all. 

There is disagreement among 
House members over programs 
that could be extended with- 
out the new legislation | 

Authorization for the Govern-| 
ment to make home moderni- 
zation loans expires Sept. 30—| 
and 1956 is National Home Im- 
provement Year. This could 
easily be extended in a sep- 
arate proposal, but Spence says 
he will not make the necessary 
request for piece-meal action. 


More Funds for New Homes | 


HOUSING starts in May were 
estimated at 108,000 compared 
with 137,000 the previous May 


They are practically even with 
May. 1954-53-52. House starts 


numbered 463,300 for the first tet brigh 


five months, compared to 560 
900 in same period last year 
This is approximately a 
“month's loss” when put beside 
last month's figures. If present 
trends continue, starts for 1956 
should total 1.230.000: however. 
there is still a chance—as 
HHFA Administrator Cole 


pointg out—of hitting 13 mil-/ 


lion units. Private estimates of 
home building contracts point 


to possible gains over last year 
in the later months of 1956. 


WHILE CREDIT generally 
has been tight ee, there 
spots and some 

twists. For example, the 
International Ladies Garment 
Workers Union says it will put 
$15 million of its pension and 
welfare funds into home mort- 
gages. 


—Marketing News. 


*1 TO7 
Completely Air-Cooled 


These two new George- 
town-type town houses— 
being shown for the first 
time—represent excellent 
value in one of the most 
sought-after residential 
sections in Northwest 
Washington Designed 
for the business execu- 
tive, diplomat or officer 
of the armed forces 
Each has three bedrooms. 
separate living and din 
ing rooms, three full 


baths, and a powder room. From the rear porches on the second level or the third 
floor sundecks there is a beautiful view of the Palisades of Virginia. For privacy 
each of the rear yards is flanked by a stone dry wall on one side. When you visit 
these fine new quality homes you will appreciate the gleaming, modern kitchens, 


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and the many space-saving features which make for family comfort. 


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lett ra Nebraska 


Open” sen 


OFFERED FOR SALE BY 


W. C. and A. N. MILLER 


DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 
B@liders and Developers of Wesley Heights, Sumner and Spring Valley 


4860 Massachusetts Avenue 
Office Open Sunday, 11 A. M. te 3:30 P.M. 
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A Flawless Combination 
Of Comfert, Style 
and Convenience 


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3 ENORMOUS 
BEDROOMS 


2 FULL BATHS 
HUGE LIVING ROOM 

BUILT-IN GARAGE 
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Wildwood Estates 


Enjoy living os it was meant te be . . . in beautiful 
Wildweed Estates! Located in the prestige area of Bethesda, 
Maryland, these distinctively original homes represent an unusual 
achievement in split-level design. From the unique center hall entrance te the 
huge kitchen with table space, these are the homes that represent the ultimate 
in value! Yes, enjoy modern suburbaq living at its finest, within walking 
distance of schools and just minutes driving from all the urban conveniences 

of Bethesda in the newese address of distinction——Wildweed Estates! 


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eleome to the Pinehurst! So magnificent... it's 


like a page out of “House Beautiful.” This picture shows 
just a few of the luxurious details found in the rambler. 


VA (ff 
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10% DOWN 


30 YR. Gi LOANS 


——onstruction Features 
@ Pull.dewn steirwoyr 
Cirewlt Brecker box 
Streets, curbs, 
ut ites fn 
4 gollon 
gverortee 
Welk-in closet in moster bedroon 


Exhoust fen te storage tre 
Deouble-hurg windews 
Herdwoed oak ficors 

Stee! beom construction 
Wells and ceiling insvicted 
Formica venitery m beth 
Sedded and shrubbed lets 


Immediate Occupancy 


With Conventional Fiaancing 


gutters, ond city + 


‘ he richly paneled entry is a pleasant preview of other 


rooms to come. Beyond, an inviting living room with twin 
windows framing the greenery, making this unique coun- 
try club setting an integral part of your home. Other ex- 
citing features, deluxe baths, built-in bar, outdoor ter- 
race, a modern push-button kitchen and more. 


3 BEDROOMS « 2 BATHS 
New Rambler Styling $21,500" 


*subject te VA appreral 
Only $1500 Down to Qualified Vets 
$20,000, 30 yr., 42% Mortgage to Qualified Vets 


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Directions to Wildwood Estates 


Out Wisconsin Avenue past the 
Naval Medical Center to the 
Wildwood Estates sign at Gros- 
venor Lane and Wisconsin. Turn 
left on Grosvenor and continue 
following directional signs to 
model home on right. © 


THE GREENBRIER, not shown .. . split level with 3 bed- 
reoms, 2 baths, fireplace, finished rec-room and twin 


Open Hours terraces. Price $22,500. $2,500 Down to Qualified Vets. 


Saturday and Sundey, 11 AM. ‘tl 9 P.M, 
Daily, $ P.M. te 9 P.M. 


VITTORI 


HE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
; Seturdey. July 14, 1956 ” 


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Westmoreland Hulls 


4520 Jamestown Road 
Open Sat. & Sun. | to 6 


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room and 


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on Alebamse Ave. te Mark 


PLUS SETTLEMENT 
COST 
30 YR. LOANS 
$71.95 PER MONTH 


plus tenes ord mawronce 


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VENTIONAL 
Financing also Available 


Pike approximately 3 
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REALTOR 


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LOCATED IN BETHESDA 


Excellent Fimencing 


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When you’ ainting a wall, remove the electrical switch 
and outlet platés and paint them Separately on a newspaper. 
If you paint the plates on the wall, they'll stick and possibly 
disfigure the surrounding area the next time you take them off. 


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fury. cantilevered out similarty 
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'™ vrour bank or other mortgage 
ender and to your builder and 
get rough estimates on the cost 
ef comstruction in this area. as 
weil as an idea of the relation 
af the cost to your budget. 

Wim thie information you 
“il inow whetier you will 
want te proceed with construc 
nom bv erdering working biue 
Tints direct from the architect 
= aeking for Dids for the 
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SPLIT-LEVEL 


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WITH BUILTIN WALL OVENS AMD BREAKFAST SPACE 


OPEN DAILY, NOON “Til DARK 


© FULL BASEMENTS 


HILLCREST HEIGHTS, MD. 


New All Brick Homes 


LAST GROUP NOW READY 
For Immediate Occupancy 


$14,250 NO MONEY DOWN 


to vets 
$72.25 a Month plus Taxes and Insurance 
30-YEAR FHA LOANS TO NON-VETS 


3 nice sized bedrooms 

1% Baths 

Air cooled with 24” attic fan 

Full Basement, tiled Recreation room 
Large kitchen with 12-ft. rerfigerator, 
garbage disposal and exhaust fan 
Convenient to schools, churches, shop- 
ping and transportation 


OPEN DAILY TILL DARK 


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RIGHT 170 
ALDRE "« 


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LEBROOKE DR 
26th Ave. & Keating St. 
Hillcrest Heights, Md. 


DIRECTIONS: PENNSYLVANIA 
BRANCH AVENUE, TURN 
COLEBROOKF DR ‘TO 
LIGHT RIGHT ON Ct 
TO 26TH AVE LEFT ON 26TH AVE. TO 
MODEL HOME OR. SUITLAND PAPE; 
WAY TO BRANCH AVE. THEN SAME 
AS ABOVE 


' 


a maximum of modern living 

preferences. Spreading de 

nands informal tamily 

rooms are met with the ground 

floor recreation room. With the 

nain foyer. garage. laundry and 

extra iavatory on this same 

many advantages are ob 

rect access is provided 

room without 

img tracking through 

house. The tracking of out 
sce Girt int ine | y 

= a ied 


e laundry. io 


‘ 
ior 


wacticabie. | ry is of 
adequate ‘Oo acc 
a@ dryer. still it is convenient to 
an outside drying yard access 
bie through the garage 

Lnusual plumbing economy 
is made possible by the group 
ng of both bathrooms, the kitch 
en, laundry and lavatory 
,ack-o-back and up-and-down 
All piumbing lines are concen 
trated in one zone : 

The econemy of a split-level 
house ever a one-story house. 
beth im construction and land. 
aise te iustrated in this plan. 
If veu visualize the lower level 
of this house moved out so that 
the bedrooms would not be ele 
vated, vou can see that the size 
of the house would be Increased 


he iz r.4 


size odate 


by almost 56 per cent, calling 
for more foundation, more roof 
and more land. | 
This is one of the reasons 
properly plannea split-level 
houses are préving as popular 
on flat land as on slopes Some | 
experts contend that a true! 
split-ievel is a house with more | 
or less of an even grade @i| 
around it, while a split-level on} 
a hillside is merely an adapta-! 
tion of house to land . 
Lies this house can be built! 
economically with or without a] 
basement. The lower level of! 
HW.9 already is built on a slab 
and the living room level could! 
readily be adapted to a slab or’ 
crawl space. The only basement 
pace incorporated in this plan 
is under the living area. This) 
provides an adequate basement 
without creating excessive base- 
ment space. This basement is 
only seven risers down from the 
foyer level 
A small craw! space could be 
substituted to provide for stor- 
age and a horizontal heating or 
air-conditioning plant. Such 
space would be only three steps 
down and involve less founda. 
tien work. | 
This flexibility makes HWS 
suitablefor any part of the coun- 
try—for warm or cold climates, 
rolling highlands or low ground, | 


CUSTOM-BUILT 
TOWN HOUSE 


Air Conditioned 
FOR SALE BY OWNER AT COST! 


— 


7605 Connecticut Avenue 


Just completed, custom-built rambler in exclusive section ef Chevy 
Chase. Four bedrooms, 3 baths, huge living and dining rooms 
extra laroe, fully equipped kitchen 
thon room with kitchen end bath. 

accommodate 100 persons. 


Attractively finished recrea 
ideal for entertaining and w 


May be seen at any time 
‘OLiver 4-3628 


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WMAMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
Complete Monthly Payments 


Only 
199 
Including Everything 
PRINCIPAL. TVTEREST. TAKES 
& INSURANCE 
NOTE THESE 
KINGLY 

FEATURES 


££ BATH ®@ GAS RANGE ®@ 


ING ROOM © HOT WATER HEAT @ c 


BLOCK AWAY ® SIDE’ 
OUTSIDE ENTRANCE 


CABINETS GALORE 


These handsome homes have hed an cverwheiming public « 
_Dbe emating financing now svelaedie to everyone 
net te eee such « terrific housing Sergein this weekend 


venient te everr*Ping aod everywhere 
» the perfect Bouse for 
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3 BEDROOMS © SEPARATE 


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Exclusive Sales 


LLOYD COATES 


EDWARD R. CARR, Inc. 
1010 Vermont Ave. N.W. 


MA. 61805 


WaAlaut 5-8823 


7 ee _ 


Shown above is beautiful, luxury hitchen with handy 
breaklast mook. 


DIRECTIONS: Out Sheriff Rd. to George Palmer 
Highway ...ture right and proceed along Highway 
few hundred yard: to model home on left. Watch 
for ngnt, pennants on home. OR out Benning Rd. 
to EF. Capitol Street, leit om F. Capitol thru Sad 
Pleasant and them right on Palmer Highway to 
model home a 7261 Palmer Highway. 


Metal’s Role Is Increased |- "SS LS 
The State of Real Estate In ‘Tomorow’s’ Dwellings . 


WILLIAM J. TOBIN JR,, ac- arrangements, he will present |NAREB’s national committees © COLLEGE HEIGHTS ESTATES 


tive in area construction and|his recommendations within 30 is a post of great responsibility ce2as ce" i Metals are taking over more cued parts Mstesd of pieces. UNIVERNTY OF MARYLAND ARES 


real estate fields, has joined the days. reflecting the esteem with onsuk ce ™ 7 “Se and more jobs in teday's mew because metals are strong, ste 


sales staff of the James L.| “We are fortunate in obtain- which members are regarded! ,,¥eres, §_ Poindexter. win Uhre “wood” homers, and willl Save bie, easy te finish — and they 


Dixon real es- ,' - Realt) Service 
tate company ing the services of Professor >y their fellow Realtors Jumnen A Colbert Sr with Bergman ©VEN greeter perience ip te are getting cheaper te use.” 
. . ' : 7 . 


= - Realty Co hone ata 

Tobin, a grad- . |Vivrett for this study,” FHA RECENT REALTY license mQtgmiding ©. Mackett pishert, with —e Ss Se - <ane To date. says the magazine. 

oat ' . C Be ” Ma. LCE! AL iceNSe Ehish G arnow ing to 8 §pecin Study op Meuse metals have been used aimost 

eS © ' h e ommissioner orman P. Ma a rovals announc d by the Deborah Susan Rinclend with Bi- A H 

Catholic Uni. son séid in meking the an- ~ Ae : : ce ye the, nesles a. §, - ane Inearine heiterskeiter m heme build 

voreite ‘an Since ike is maw an eal Estate Commission of the Henry C. Patterson, with Beteman in the bem co peers the ing—<asually as substitutes for 

io aie gy BE. mer "y Lect District of Columbia include Realty Co cy metals im an geerage I@ wooed produrts—but now they 
hool, served . gage on a special project in the followin Viola E. Crawford. with Gienn Bealts ' 

, . aa FE ts ger g: % ‘nn square feet beuse bawe jest ore beginning we be employed 
wr several S same area on behalf of the by BROKERS - 4 Downs Swain. vtth aehout doubled * t 

years as th ex. Louis W. and Maude Hill Fam- Richaro eo ni Prancis Ronald wn ain ith ce mew tetel sheet i ospstematic. Iocical and 


6 
; x Andris Realty, Inc « 
ecutive secre- ily Foundation of St. Paul : oo oe © Ellison. with Gienn Reaks Sur tems, arcerdimg Se te offem bandsome fashions of 

: . e a: 3 Cc ow - oe” ot - 
tary of the As- (Minn.). The purpose of the 5 C : - ' pber{ Joseph Hughes. with Kaiser aa che ang tare wg al- (hetr owm “On the way.” & de- 

5 , - it ante ¥ . 4 , ~ ' re ’ 

sociated Gen- project is to ‘establish criteria Pane. ta 5 G@. Chapmen etth Signer % wee penn law - of clare — a —at 
. . = oe neh & Co. Ir _ ‘om " aGmT, . nes stiect curtam walls thet will 

Tal { ontrac- Tobin for the guidance of archite t ts, Re ; uch i¢ ti Riadner 7 Men af three Te’ als ter’ "tru © o revoiut on , rome Su id T 
tors Associa planners, welfare workers, in- , ESTATE SALBSMEN © Fiera enhem Ven Valkrnbergh stantly arceleranin " | nor ef | os eee 

: rier ry , " “ ' ; pu Li : "J : v : “> oer -- 
tion. He served as director of Stitutional administrators, gov- Marjorie E. Dils Ca with J. Prancis in, wit oO” censh & Co. in mem te = . ~ 2 matte = months, not _—— 

: . ; me - a7 - rd. 7 7 tI 7+ > ’ ~~ ° tar . ~¢ 

Jabor relations for the National ernmental agencies and others ert = . wile Piorids Pr al ; Reali Ly + ; ' ” . . P . eee ™ ~ = 4 : ~ — “ - 2 ; ?- : : _ ry ~- _~s 
¢ te ane ‘ : r wwe cle wre . TTS ri ; Tr .or 

Association of Home Builders in planning housing for the | - th eon A kerr ah. i ) Cc M AH iane with Tev ie > Rea:- . A u - k t . eeeta = eo i, and ite 

. woe ; a’” | ton. with Ris@s & Co oe ate i 4 oe amen buliding. Secape metals : (l fimesftes, metal ceil 
for six years and during the ase — ea vith Ris@s & Co | "Helen Lucille Johnson, with Bilimes ay ’ 
pst year served as bui'ders’ * * Co ley ty Co in are C@Sily 20st te Walt mgs with mtegra!l ichtime fer 

yei ma 3 on > Mathew Johnso 7. Jack Feitte m arts pr rer haart rte nn rOrnrpe 
consultant for Southern Whole. | DR. JOSEPH W, SEAY, Falls | | George & ith Tavier's bonnes ane =~ m with fad ‘ ae <r and exten 
salers. Inc Church, Va., Realtor, has been | ns oe “NY 
a named to the Education Com j : . . c Ce See eeee ee eee eeeereereooe 
: oa : . 7oeeeeee 

FOUR NEW members have Mittee of the National Associa z 
been appointed to the board Won of Real Es- ENGLISH VILL. cE. EETHESD 
of directors of Frederick w. tate Boards. ‘ a A 
Berens, iné In making 

The four. all members of the the announce- 
firm, are; James A. Graham, 
senior viee president in charge , 
of mortgage servicing: Hector 5¢4y's oppo hw petal Ee 
Hollister. vice presiden ar ment to the n rinur t : 

8 . , . “ Committee ° ° th Ror Los Plenty of Life 
general manager of the mort ‘ solde th Bindler y . 
gage origination department: R an d a" | J Me Co ’ X ' : \V ood ships cy? 
James E. Thompson, comptrol- 1! ¢ ks, presi- fohe Bers states Navy have 
ler, and Denzil O. Nichols. vice 4¢"¢t of the ty tancy of ov years 


eK and de a+ Leaps “pth Noah Pate Dr. Seay 
e tour new members of . ‘ke ; : : ’ 
the board join reelected mem fax Real Estate Board, said BRICK AND STONE RAMBLER 
bers who are George W. De. “Membership on one of By Owner 

Franceaux, Hubert I. Kleinpe-'| —— —_—_—— —_— 
ter, Harriet S. Anson, James C. 

(hristopher and Solomon 


Grossbers. Gas-( )perated 


. > . 
MAURICE KAY, sales man-/ Annliances 
ager for the Kay Construction PP 
Lo., now heads the sales force , 

+ While 5 million new house 
atthe newly opened Kemp Mill holds have’ been set up in the 
— in nearby Montgomery United Statés sifice 1950, the 

ounty. Kay has sold more). ober of gas appliances in 
than 400 homes at Connecticut use has increased by more than 
Avenue Estates, another Kay 31 million. At the same time, 
Construction Co. development more than three gas-operated 
. >. 7 
; S ; appliances have come into use 2 
adel oye ty = the i, millions of homes where a a ey _ , 
obiem of housing for elderly decade ago the average was & Fy a A 
persons—Professor Walter K little ae. than one seporote Gains ~- Ray - “ae — Bs 
Vivrett, of the University of! vast expansion of the Na oe ~ 


beecilt tee the same ovations «0 jae glaased 
so many buses: ant prupesmd! mon se Shs wxclagne wal> 


ee ee 


: im 


. sal Rernelc « Red)ltr 


ment of Dr 


5498 CHRISTY DOSIVE 
trees fecated m one of Macyient s ime communtiies. 
© Trwe center hal! plier 
© Large lwing room @ frreepiace 
© Famiy size drmimg sow 
° Fmeshed recrestior reom 


Thee CUSTOM-BUILT. Deemed conifer ce & lorce . 


“fer Tarcstercet tore tere 
re mcd x " _—— : ecrTre « sa" sfv 


°° elher Peer VProereur-(rnd 
"are » took DB tweety Driwe, 


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Minnesota—has been engaged +ion’< ural gas pipeline sys , , ' - 
by the Federal! Housing Admin- om Be 4 the Gas Appli- oevelleble. fer further infermetic &D oe 77-1481 
istration as an adviser on the ance Manufacturefs Assocta- PPS EEE BEES FEES SEES EOS _—_—__— oe _ = — 
subject. tion to have accounted for the 
Professor Vivrett is due to|fact that 92 Million gas-fired 
arrive in Washington shortly | cogking, comfort heating, water | 
and ‘will work closely with the} heating, refrigeration and laun-| 
Architectural Standards Divi-|dering appliances are now em 
sion of FHA. According to the| ployed in 48,800,000 homes 


Oe 


ort. Feew ft Tees) 458 SE Vey 


Pe - rye v — ~ ” P-— von, » 7 . ™ are ‘ane ’ 
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BUTTON A FLET REALTY 
Beiter 


“4725 Weer A Ww wo. 65200 tan. WO. 63500 


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HPSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSES SEES EEE ECE OOOO 


an —_——. 


A Quality Home in a Convenient Location 


Two Waterfront Offerings 


Open Sunday 2 te 6 D.S.T. 


aaa aca at a Budget Price 
tf = 


View From the Living and Dining Reom 


Situated but a short drive from Washington (23 miles), this 
two-year-old home affords all the pleasures of the water- 
front retreat plus every convenience of the suburban home 
With a 200-foot frontage on the Potomac River. near Guneton 
Halil, this truly modern home offers such features as.an uiltra- 
modern kitchen with dishwasher, disposal. two sinks and 
Thermador Wah oven In addition to two lovely baths there's 
an extra tile shower for returning swimmers. Vinyl tile floors . * 
set on concrete and an oti-heating Plant edd gereatiy to the : —— > “ -- af 
efficiency of housekeeping. A sun-porch solarium (16x16) . 7 4 
with Jalouslie windows and ceramic "ttle floor affords a de- ae —— The BR = Ow Rambier 
ligehtful area for the second living room. The entire living ae a on _ - ~_ = 
area. and the kitchen. has @ 15-mulle unobstructed view of the ' i oe Al COND . ONED MODEL HOMAE PURN SHED sy 
There's a doudile carport between the house and un- . - = _ - —— - — _— 
guest quarters, & onl sea-wall with steps and _ 5 : : F — OF ANNANDALE iN ELEGANT ca PROF Le 
leading down to a substantially bullt pier with pile- 
driven supports and « pontoon section at the end. .Priced 
at 699.950 with terma. 
Directions to reack Shirltew Highway toe Lorton-Guaston 
Nell turn-off. wender the highway to firet road on the right 
fhen to No. | Mighwap end directly across to Guneston Nati 
road end follow the white line ts the roed to Geneton Hail 
then continue straight ahead (follewine Hallowing 
sions for two end three-tenths miles and tate right 
fork on reed te the River end the second Acuse on 
the right 


Retirement and Hobby Estate 


UALITY because this is a Mace-built home—constructed Corwenient to Bristow are churches and schools (both public 
by a ine oa is proud of the homes it builds and prowde amd parochial). Yet, Bristow still offers the pleasant cowntry 
still to stand behind them. Mother will thrill to the Quality of tiie tin onl , 
GENERAL ELECTRIC Kitchen that’s as modern as "Ain sas ony of Oe bs etnies Cele Sat 
Featured in the queen-sized kitchen are a GE Refrigerator 
with freezer, GE Dishwasher, GE Cabinets, GE Disposal and a UDGET-PRICED at $15,300. You'll agree when you comsicer 
GE Clothes Washer. such features as al!-brick construction, livweng room fureplace, 
: healthful radiant heating, three bedroorms, blacktop dnwewey, 
ONVENIENT because Bristow is just minutes from the Pen- and sodded and landscaped lots Come out teday and see the 
tagon and Naval Annex and only 20 minutes from down- howse of your future—agents on property daily and Sanday, 
town Washington over the modern dual-lane Shirley Hignwey 10 A.M. till Dark. 


BUDGET PRICED AT 


Heuse ... Guest Heuse .. . Hobby Workshop 15,300 


. « « Seventeen-mile Water View $400 QUALI VETERANS —30- YEAR FINANCING 
Thie modern stone house, situated on 6" acres on Potomac ' ONLY ro RED 


Bay short distance (seven miles) from Fredericksburg, & 
the perfect place for the family seeking partial or full-time SUBJECT To VA 
retirement. while remaining within an ours drive from APPROY AL —_FHA CAREER SERVICE AND 
Washington end a few minutes from Freceri ksburg. With aw 
shout $50 feet on the Bay. this smal! estate offers excellent FINANCING aL ABLE 
fmhing. bathing and Doating st your own back door from ct 
your own private pier. The main house contains ‘iving room 
dining room, large kitehen and a bedroom with private bath 
» the first floor, while there are two large bedrooms anc & FULL BASEMENT, 2-FIREPLACE AT 7 
th on the second floor. A modern greenhouse is attached RAMBLER $1 400 
' e rear of the main house, which is heated with a modern 
Ji-firead hotewater heating system. The cottage offers 4 
separate and independent establishment, With its own water 
wad sewer system. a huge living room with fireplace, kitchen 
ath and screened porch. The huge. shop» which contains two 
ants’ rooms and « two-car garage. ‘5 ample to store & 
desired. A former sciéntiet used this shop w con- 


ts 
ns to Reach: * Shirley Highway tte No 
stoplig in Falmouth end turn left on 


‘ : in * 9 3 
- ee SS ee and three-quarters miles to Rowte 218 
2:8 for ebout three miles to Route 664 and left om 604 to 
the dead-end of this roed (ebout five mites) to the property 
asTow 


fhe right t the Bev e ; 
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65 WILSOY SLYS. ARLE O. Fa. 


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"F smnanDare 


cL. 62729 


Frelusive Agents 


2039 WILSON BLYD., ARLINGTON, VA. 


JA. 44-1400 — Se eT AN Ee en ne AE OO Ene 


Fine Northern Virginig Properties 


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For Bright Kitchens and Bathrooms F**6* *=* 


Fuctt of Nerth Acerica'’s 
Kitchens and bath S require frequent scrubbing an@) qoecirs of fir trees Crow cherfly 
‘they must be able to “take i." For that reason, most people in cur Setters Sates. nepert 
prefer to paint the walls, ceilings and woodwork with a duratie, George Pata Pipweet cag 
|easy-to-wash, high-gloss ename! neeTs. 
: 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


AIL Home Eyed 
ena "Auto Parkers By Planners 
Strangle City, NPA Says = &o= 


LAH ASSEE 


Seturder. July 14, 1956 


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Fria. — Th 
FOR THE FAMILY 
SEEKING TWE QUIET LUXURY OF 

A SMALL ESTATE FOR YEAR “ROUND LIVING 
IN A SETTING OF UNSURPASSED NATURAL 


BEAUTY .. 


LEEWOOD (2° 


IN THE NORTH SPRINGFIELD AREA OF NEAREST VRQ. 
ON 4,-ACRE WOODED (really wooded) LOTS 
All City Utilities 


s 


which his 
depends and 
happening 
ajot Amer®i 


‘A yerem ee le Ob 
NM 


Tile Quality 
And Variety 


Jettervan Davis home in Richmond, } a. 


Jeuruess to Great Homes 


= The “White House’ 
Of the Confede "acy 


1 as 8 xpe > stare — +. By Louise Hubbard 


PANELING 13: 


a 
2 
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4 


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a 


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Brocken 


winding 
play 
rou! \ 


man 


las deen 
. gus? ti) _ elu 
mnie was born in 
non. and Joseph died 
a Oroken nec® after a fall 
um a Saicony which was late: 
removed. President Davis 
. nade brief appearances at the 
. m-monthiy levees. held by 
VIRGINIA Seng aie samme pear, i an emonthly levees, held by his 
.? > - 
: '* os -*; i 7 of F vec u : ‘ abine off os 
political spirants rv ticl 
tose Seacquarters were *” ~ a Th -- BL . 
~ non ety gatnerm 
* miungion one sseey ee — 


' were maintained im at tor? + 
: Jefferyon Dav s and . ne .. ve "he ~ ar “4 | 
nr ne; © serie? rw 2 * e 
.arshemn atmosphere, a military band Sg eT rt 


vere » nm al ~ ~ : 4 
» 2st oe Fe ai nrles sueauy DF aved ana the , “af : ~ 
aya ner’? ) Laqy of the Confederacy wae ™ 


ere arcent pe , a 
non aesisted by ber witty and beaut { The Split Level with the Keynote 


niaousg? with dliametric 
xT’ Margaret 


ews, Seth met a 
Their frst n When Gen. T. J. (Stenewall) 
Jacksen «died, follewing the 
CARPORT-PORCH (373 a108") OPTIONAL AT $958 
EXCELLENT FHA & CONVENTIONAL FINANCES 
(FHA $4550 DOWN—25 & 3S TEAR LOAD 


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Daw mo ‘ull rebef Wrs. Davis 
atwert @ gorge us 


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lilet ‘he drawing and 
cm with 2 profuon 

giants. 
ender 


Premdent 


builders of 
are now u»- 
hoard for 

4 \Desto~ 
une 
nveambustibie weather- 


BRICK SPLIT OF) Seon ant emer to paint A pop. 

v m= «OTrartee is to use Satiens 

* ; Ne verdeai joints Setween 

© 3 BEDROOMS YT =pplementary Sat 
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Taver 
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suds tor decorative 


ATTRACTIVE 41. & 
CONVENTIONAL FINANCING 
AVAILABLE 


Tarleton is located withm 
walking ¢rstance of shap- 
png area, schools, 
hurches ané transporte 


» Finished Recreation 
Room 
e Fully Plastered 


Walls 
ilse ireilable 
THE DORCHESTER RAMBLER 


3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, Full 
Basement. 17,995 


Cross Memerial or 14th Street Bridge to Shirley Migh=a»—Cortinue 
on Shirley Highway te Seminary Bead ext. Take cult and ture et 
cm Sem-nary Road and comtinue pest new hegh schoo! te Jordan Street 
Tern right te traffic light at Duke Street. Continue 80D teat 
tuermished model home. 

OPEN DALY & SUNDAY 


SECLUSIVE SALES 
WIS associates REALTORS 
Ous ~~ Coe, 
SUITE 307 CONTINENTAL BLDG 


TaARLETO 
WASHINGTON 5. DC. mE £84376 
Model Heme Furnished and Decorated by 


MAZOR Wasterpieces 


Washington Silver Spring 


?e AM Th DARE 


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ne wh Se 
aot Gi manufacturers in 
aneervame af iugust 
Parr ting jieatng 
Whar). «aes the 
wacng Mdustmes Bureau 
wid special emp! 
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#! tispiass 
mwev -oager 


v J _— y lerton 


mire Tl aele 


“7 per err? 


smoing 
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WNOLes*aierTs 
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1958. Ws 
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Retrigerator— ou. i © 


Ewe-leve! Crwens © 


Modern 100 amp. Power Servae © 


Natural wood Cabunets 


Garbage Dusposal 
ets woth Modern-tolid Doors 


Rado in 


Large ©) 


Mus:~<all Every Room 


Interphone Comm. System 
Sidewalks; fully sodded lots; city 


utilities; curb & gutter, blacktop srects 


JONES-PETERS 
Construction 
Company 


Incorporated 


FL. 4-7477 


Ta © T. fee Oe Be. SEDO 


(Designed by Charies EF Alien) 


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Exclusive suburban community of only 12 homes @ peri -lDhe 
area. large trees, dead-end streets, bagh schoo! emly reo biecks 
bus for elememary schools at door, walkeng Gestemce w coo 
ter of town—three shopping areas—churches—cheere. shor: 
ride to three goli clubs 


CHOICE OF SPLIT LEVELS 
719.3508 te *28.758 


VA 3 Year Loens—FHA 4 Conventions! f emam mg 


BRICK — 3 BEDROOMS — 2% BATHS — LIVING 
ROOM AND FAMILY ROOM — SEPARATE 
DINING ROOM — GARAGE — P§TIO. 
Open Daily for Your Inapection 
C——— Berne 


eS o pel: a E. a 


FOXHALL ROAD AREA 


ihe erlesking Prizate F state 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
_— Saturdey, July 14, 1956 “4 


AMAZING 


VILLAGE 
4-BEDROOM HOMES IN WOODBRIDGE, VIRGINIA 


New Split Level } First Showing of Golf View Homes 


7 he fore? oh vom me of Cadi ; Po te 


Hames «4 bLevers. Price of the home ts S21] Boo. The 


group of four-bedroom split level ducllings dwellings have been built by the Saul 


near | iene, Pa. wall be held tedeyv. Each Construction Co. with sales by Culmore 


heme co leeted om «4 hail-orre 


vr oumied jot Realty. Goll View homes are adiacent to 


end jeaturces « 2>-leot lezung room with fire- the Uo esthriar Country Clab lea reach: 
plese ‘woe cemmcte teeth . @ Pome ree (Put Leesburg Pike fe Tysons (orner Lett 


reeftsen reem end « sperete dining room an rte. 123 ane mile to Golf lieu Si gris 


; theard hee the end = corpert < 


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beg seer peweled -ecmcamon -rem 2] om ge 9ge 


| Cemenar@ etectraic 
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OPEN SAT. AND SUN... 27 


-et?Y «<a 


ear’ ioe, i‘ bats ane Pond i ever wens Za hames 


Plug-In Devices Help Maintain Cooling 


the other into te a minimum 
iiea«£), dm nn , , ere ene CONVENIENT TO EVERY THING—Shepping and beck withie 3 
enditicener or dehu hg Fe, i ae FS a biecks—2 blecks te ~— — 5 te Sena 
etrolc« were for both cooling and dehumid-| 47 ‘Mie aiate ase “ < > Water ond 
~ Mouinneapolis- “'®Uon "y Sewer, 
el! engineers to mon — OPEN DAILY 3 "TIL BARK 
perm are or humid Cape Cod-Watertroni 


nmcitions a" 


: DIRECTIONS: Free 14h Sf Bridge eet Shirtes Mictheer “Gente 
For tess than $100 year. n° B54) te Weedbridge. right on Rewte 13 apprentmatety ', mile 
- te mede! heme 


buile by THE WOODBRIDGE DEVELOP. CO. Inc. 


c sma this holds operating cost . ; . SALES he MZ <<. uUtezg o 


WOODBRIDGE, VA. 


WILLIAM W. MORRISON 


Qur Suburbs 
Are Booming 


MARLAN HEIGHTS 


CHOICE HOME SITES 
ON MT. VERNON BLVD. 


of the total. This preportign has 

changed little ower the last de 

cade amd a ba! 

} The popalatices of the cut! 

ing areas of standard metropol 

ftam areas gained about 9, mw! 
eee smh of 


4 «rc wm Ried f° 5 ex VUree 


f the Losted States 
h proporti0g os 


NO CASH SETTLEMENT! 


LA VIE CENTER HALL SPLIT-LEV ELS 


Payment 


"15,750 


DIRECTIONS 

Ow George Arence w Vers SH Seed tet op 
Vers 8 Seed © exwasnce Wheater Coy ager 
o e--ence ent coetrce of Foreland De tekken. 
9 Ore Ofe HST Cop et ee. Ore wie “Ss o.- 
weds tere of Se corre of Paewleed Seve ond 
feereg Sreet Pree FPrene— Sneha 69997 

Medel Fore Open Saurde. ead Suede 

ll AM. co @ PM. Deals 1 PM. WE Deri 


eecoce patos ROY CON. 


ORGIA AVE NW. mPERNER 
ORGIA AVE NAW. issn wevcs TU. 2-7400 | LERNER 


‘ya Srvc ELV E AGENTS 


a rams BROOMS PS E.B5 see 


2 Ful BATHS 


ANOTHER FINE HOME IN 


NORTH SPRINGFIELD 


The WOMEN’S CONGRESS OF AMERICAN HOUSING, 
which recently met in Washington, recommended prac- 
tically all of the points already found in the “king-sized,” 
budget-priced Berkley . . . four bedrooms, two full baths, 
separate dining room with large picture window, spacious 
back yard and patio area, utility room with outside “kids” 
entrance, basic selection of valuable shrubs and special 
landscape plan, all sleeping and living areas on one easy- 
to-clean level, and a modern, complete kitchen. 


s a pleasant actuality 
The community has 
magazines for its 
ana hundreds of 
have been planted 
mn tron? yards Note 
of lawn be 
Extra eating ana enitertain- 
afforded by ‘arge sodded rear 
areas North springfield with ifs 
romnng conmfours and wide, winding sfreets 
am established community Churches 
pubic and parochial schools, large new 
smopprng center, Little League basebali, 
scout troops, newspaper and the like make 
t meal for the healthy happy growth of 


you anc your tarmuly 


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Other Fine Homes Priced 


From *16,800 WARD RF CAV EUS, ine. 
1010 Vermont Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C. NA. 8-1805 


JULY DELIVERY | 5540 Back Lick Road, North Springfield, Va. CL. 6-1212 


DIRECTIONS: Ir's just twenty minutes from downtown along the modern Shirley Highway to the Springfield cloverieaf where 
you turn right to Back Lick Road, right again on Back Lick Road one mile to North Springfield entrance on 
left, and furnished model Rome. 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
40) Saturday. July 14, 1956 = 


-_ 


Housing Market Facts 


EW 
fe ola 


CONSTRUCTION put appliances has taken place this 
re during May 
S77 billion im value. equaling quoise is U 
leet May—an all-time high for Was 
ae month. Tota the first sales 
fin@ months was 
This reore<er’ 
eqomstruc’ 
toe 
TURQUOISE ix coming 
Ga as an ‘tant color in 
@wale@r apchances. according /to 
Sports bere from various yrro- 
@acers. Pink is still the lead 
Savi rT). Gert seies show tat 


§ sizable crop in sales of pink 


is second and tur- 
rd. and tur 
the marked 


totaled vear. Yellow 
quo a 
shown most 
far 

$15.6 
am. annua 


' $423.6 bil 


increases. 
million INCREASED LAND COSTS 
mew ic «aid to be the largest 

rate : selling prices 
ycal fully devel 

increased 


cent n 


7? 
ip 


— 
no 


is expected to De 
cen 


Geed News for Value-Minded Home Buyers . . . 


Presenting the New 


Lynwood Split-Level 
ony 994,995 


3 Gedroome © 15) Bathe © Dining area with breskfact bar * 
Matzernt alelectrc kitchen © frarshed panc.ed, ted rocreat-on 
vcom «= tesemer?. with cufeide entrance © lerge lots, city 


wer and sewer hardtop streets. 
Gpen Teday and Daily 


S ood Yrwigr vs 73 


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~_ he he he he he i he i i i i i i i i 


Sales by 


QUANTICO REALTY Co. 
TR. 5-2840 TR. 5-6445 


burit fy 


LYNWOOD BUILDERS 


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Amateur Can Construet 


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im cost 


—-~_ yTyTrTrVTTYrTYTrTYryrwreyTyry-”-7T’ 


Do It Yourself 


Grill of Conerete Blocks | 


fine material wp te make « 
sneoth surface Then trowel 


By J. Ralph Dalzell 


* é ° 


. Clean sand. Apply the mortar 
the shells and ends of the 
~ecks. and make jos one- 
nat imeh thick After bBieocks 
l through 7 are taid. place the 
. DiPts If Postiiem. As shown im 
picture D. flatten the pipe ends 
so they will ff the one-half 
nek mortor joemts. Use chicken 
“ire im the horizontal joints 
r reumforcement te make the 
whele grill strong 
’ mortar to, 


or 


slaris 
' 
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Smoke wil ——— 
ims -erill p 
cooking utent 


easy te keep 
»ids the 
the mortar dry 


~ Questions and Answers 


fan Water Sans i 


=M etal Lath 


SS wer 


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An 


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a kee es er OL ES 
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Will 


Smart Radiator Cover 


AP Newsfeatures 


An easy way to enhance the 
appearance and increase the 
usefulness of cast iron. radia 
ters it te comstruct enclosures 
for them out ef wood frames 
and metal lath. Enclosures of 
this type previde decorative 
stands and yet allow the full 
flow of heat when the radiator 
is being used 

Te make your own stands, the 
only teols vou need are tinners’ 
snips, hammer. saw and sanding 
Dbieck. A little imagination on 
the part ef the home handyman 


tractive enclosure 


Widely used as a plaster base, 


various types of metal lath are 
suitable for this type of work. 
The recommended type fora 
radiator enclosure, however, is 
the diamond mesh metal lath. 
weighing 3.4 pounds per square 
yard. Made of expanded copper 
alloy steel, diamond mesh lath 
can be obtained at well-stocked 
building supply yards with 
either a protective paint cover- 
ing or galvanized. Either can be 
painted in colors to suit your 


will result in an extremely at- room decoration. 


Mass. Ave. Extended 


Springhield, Wh. 


4 Bedroom Split Level 


a al 
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_— ee ° ao 


5627 Lamar Rd.—*3 1,500 


The new brick home contains electric kitchen, large 
combination screen porch and carport. Located in the 
most convenient Metropolitan location, within walking 
distance of Wood Acres Elementary, Western Jr. High, 
Little Flower Parochial schools, Kenwood Country Club. 


Other 3 & 4 Bedroom Ramblers and Split-Levels 
priced from $30,950 to $34,950 


Open Daily & Sun. *til Dark 


Der Owt Mase. ave. 12 miler bewond Westmoreland circle to Crommetl 
drive end right 3 Blocks to Lemer rd. end sample Aoure. 


GRUVER-COOLEY CONST. CO. 


NA. 8-1737 Ewes., OL. 47179 


es SS 
Premier Showing 1-6 P.M. SATURDAY. and SUNDAY 
SPLIT-LEVEL RAMBLER in WOODSIDE 


— eee 


Cheverly. Wid.—1 Bedrooms 


Tt 


SSSCSSSSCSCSOSOOCSOOSCOCCS 


ndicated on the 
Rub the solution 
Sains, wing rubber 
[> water. 


the 


Ges 
3501 Séth PLACE 
$16,700, Gi 


Rime « then 


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- “Fr a - ear@d or 6, or + : we ¥ 
Sunday 
s = ‘7 


Open 


‘ new paint 
oung, WO. 6-97) pid enameled surface’ 
iz te & Yea bat dull surface 
oe oe ae the mix casy te handle. Place strong solution of wash 

° the concrete in the form. Tamp soca. or sandpaper it. 

° it. particularty meear the forms. : r : 
® Use 2 tong Ist im 
© of dash lines ipictare GB) te 
© «mocth the surface and make 
® it level 
> Use a rake to lightly tap the 
® surface of the concrete to push 
® the gravel down and Sring the 


oe. Ine 


Fimish Panels First 


When peneling @ room with 
ellber West Coast hemlock or 
Deuglas fir .ecnme prominent 
weed fnisher does sail the 
sanding. buling and lecauer 
img of the panels before he in- 
stalls them on the wall. He cuts 


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1304 HIGHLAND DRIVE .. 
Perfect for Doctors or Dentists Home and Office 


Never have we had the opportunity to offer such an unusual Floor plan. Center hall, living room 27x14, very 
large separate dining, a big family kitchen, a most inviting screened porch off kitchen and living room. Lovely 
paneled den, master-bedroom, ful! bath, all on one level. Three steps up to two twin size bedrooms. 

Lower Level completely out of ground, beautiful recreation room, bar, raised fireplace, maid's room, full bath 
plus two additional hobby rooms and laundry room. Attached garage, on an ideal level lot nicely landscaped.: 


Dir: Out Colesville Road from Silver Spring to Highland Drive, left four blocks to Open 
Sign on left 


& RAHAM JU. 5-6010 


Opening of 


Exclusive waterfront subdivision 


WILELINOR ESTATES 


many coats as seeded. T! 

sult ts beautifully polished pan 
els with the rare grain and 
textures of the wood brought 
out im startling loveliness. He 
says  & eaaeer te work when 
the pemels are fiat. 


we are holding 
the original low 
price on these houses .. . for 
the first six approved buyers! 


“13,990 


BURGUNDY KNOLLS—3-BEDROOM, Deluxe 
KITCHEN, FULL BASEMENT RAMBLER ... 
Lowest Price in the Entire Washington Area 


For further information call Mrs. Henderson 
Eves. and Sunday, JU. 8-2488 


featuring 

In 

Anne Arundel 
County 


OUTSTANDING 


RANCH- 
STYLE 
HOMES 


Oa *E rhevhefvon 


. : 
these fine homes and save 


S evenadie. See hs louse tocsy or Tomorr 


tax fo our reoresentalive me Dest nom 


town while ey iast! 


ONLY $290 DOWN—S$70 MONTHLY PAYMENTS 


te gueltied vets plus tezes enc meuwrence 


directions: ©" furnished by 
tore before Pocky 


Designed for the discriminating family, 3 bedrooms, 


Poland Brewer 


ines mode rorves 


dork. of Annapolis 2 full tile baths, powder room, \full dining room, breakfast room. 
Fecluncve ne) 
PO. 32-2158 


eves: HO. 72-7242 


SEEING IS BELIEVING 


Picture yourself in lovely Church Creek, overlooking the SOUTH RIVER right outside 


Annapolis, convenient both to Sahsieness and Washington. Transportation, schools, shop- 
ping almost at the doorstep. Well-planned recreation area for boating, fishing and swimming. 


Financing avaliable for sites and homes. 
Open fer inspection noon till dark 


Exclusive Sales: 


Chas. H. Steffey, Inc. 


18 E. Lexington St.. Balto. ps en 


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atk & ASE 


Take Your Choice Wood Matches Decor _ | ‘Intimate Design THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


, ) . Saturday, July 14, 1956 

Varnish gives wood a hard protective coating. You can obtain styled See iss ocntenes | P od fs tl N | see r, vad eps or — = d 

it either clear or in the colorsfof natural woods. The most|rary or a traditional motif to| r UC Lil te CWws peggy tb: opted nroang & Ac aw . _ 

pend by glee is glossy but other varnishes with semi-|maich the prevailing decor of —_ og vor ae ona gh Qualit Pa s Off 

woes and at Snishes are also available. i; 3 * Rea aa By Ed Morse rior. Although the theater has y y id 

F a large capacity—1450—the| When you're painting barns, fences or similar structures, 

NEW YORK (#—Hunters and | $125,000 instead of a million—j|tasteful use of wood has re-|will be wise to use quality paints. They wil] save you money 

housewives, hobbyists 2nd han-!is offered by Logistics Research sulted in an intimate atmos-|by wearing longer and will provide a good foundation for re- 

dymen have new products of Inc., of Redondo Beach, Calif.|phere and excellent acoustics,| painting. Be sure to use a primer on new wood before applying 

note this week. This Alwac 800 series electronic according to drama critics. ‘one or two coats of the chosen finish. 


G.I. g Yachtsmen, businessmen and data processing system is capa-| FLEAS OAD RE AN, SER Pet oy SO : 
farmers may also take heed.|ble of 11,000 additions, 2000 |, ~ eye: ae sate pemetmer - - 

a There’s a new Winchester| multiplications or 13,000 com-| > 12500 COLESVILLE RD. eng, 

model 50 shotgun in 20-gauge|parisons per second. It’s for|~ | | Fe | 

by the Winchester-Western Di-| business, scientific and engi-| ys ~ poet ech y arb B. 
a vision of Olin Mathieson Chem- neering use. iy ter f . | 
ical Corp., developed to meet) | ‘, . ; ee: , x Ny 

the demand of skeet shooters | fo 


Another boon for the busi- 
and hunters of upland birds. It| nessman is Diebold Inc.'s new 
features the non-recoiling bar- 


tabl rofil 
re! which eliminates the double vedel 9000 poe ‘an tea 
30 Year Loan aoa on most automatic only motorized microfilm cam- 
, /era priced well below $1000. It! 
VA coe to ommqnahe can be carried from one branch | 


pproval) Here's he Rage | yg os office to another or one depart-| 
THE ONLY NEW Fee eee en be nuit; |ment to another, providing in. 
to roast chicken, pork lamb | reeree economy in microfilm. 
Tol thd we) Bee 41, LoL, SPE [and beef on top of the stove. terage OME And eM8Y) HY 
Can be used for frying, too, of) | 
course. It’s of stainless steel! ; 
with a heavy copper bottom,| For Mr. Fixit—and his name 
latest in the Revere Ware line|'s legion—there’s a new plastic, | 
of Revere copper and brass. |a@dhestive patching kit that 
suatdbend idoesn’t need heat as a sealing ia is A 
A new material for the handi-| agent This one was developed 
craftsman is this solid foam of|for repairing and binding J —_—, Be 
bakelite phenolic resins pro-|4fticles made of soft vinyl) _ < wo — LIFETIME 
duced by V. L. Smithers Manu-| Plastic. The kits consist of a 
facturing Co. of Akron. Simple|™Metal tube of transparent ; | 
hand tools cut smoothly and/Plastic cement and a vinyl Hite : | 
cleanly through blocks of this|Sheet for patching jobs. It's | INVESTMENT! 
stuff if you want to make vases,|™@de by Miracle Adhesives & te hy | 
bowls, trays and other knick-| Corp 


knacks. lt may be the largest pur- 


— | Suburbanites, ex urbanites.’ chase you will ever make. 


A “hurricane package” hasS\campers and people who blow Therefore consider the CON- 
been added to the power han-ifuses may like this modern, STRUCTION BEFORE you 
die produced by Toro Manufac-|safe electric lantern designed 
turing Corp. of Minneapolis.\by Burgess Battery Corp. It 
This includes a generator capa-|features a cottage-type light- 


_ pB mn gee rig Bem, em with a circular, unbreak- *93 950 a Split Levels A Ramblers 
, 


buy. 


clear chimney which 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT = @ & ma rinancine 


electrical service and a pump,/throws a wide circle of bright 

handy for drying a flooded bese-| light. 

mem. The power handle is 3a) 
| basic source of portale power} ’ e “ ; > Aw a) mH fin Pematriahimm sme hi r i] 
for motorized grass cutting, | A new insecticide that can be OPEN We ffer you a quality built home of the est stru ding 8 

) snow-plowing. tilling. et \used against pests either in the plastered walls, mahogany paneled sliding closet and kitchen doors, paste! 

3 BEDROOMS : [snow-plowing, «illing, etc. house or out in the garden has} SATURDAY — colored dream kitchens and equipment 

) Farmer or housewife will be wt a ho ay wm *Y the re AND Uorer level features 3-twin-sized bedrooms and two beautiful paste! colored 
] interested ma new anti<dxi- killer called “Raid” Nias k 4 bath rooms. 

2 2 BATHS idant called “Sta-Sweet” that) . . SUNDAY . — . = 
lwill kk lerd fro ‘ in a l2-ounce can pressured by 20x26 Recreation room completely finished with plastered walls and adjain 
rancid _ at least e vear The aerosol. Press the button for 12 : 7 ing bath. Level outside entrance to yard, plus a full basement 2\x27 feet 

@ Master Bedroom with Bath plus Full Basement with finished Rec- big packers have been using an|** Seconds to clear a room of ° Total space exceeds 1300 square feet of living! ) 

2 other Bedrooms and Bath on reation Room. anti-oxidant in their lard for| "Sects, from fleas to flies to 


'|mosquitoes. Direct spraying in TO BELIEVE ALL 
2nd floeer, ® Aluminum Windows eal for the smal techer plomt or| garden will kill aphids, Ye “Ve, to ee hy THIS SPACE 
Ist Floor Powder Room o for Ai sion farm. Lift Products of Cedar | "TPs yh -- J others. The OU IS AVAILABLE 
Foyer Entrance Ducts r Conditioning Rapids, lowa, has worked out | SPF*Y ee Directions: From Silver Spring, drive out 
Large Living Room with picture ® Your choice of Interior Decora- sel bugs in the problem and ICK ve BE : ENS SALE Colesville Rd. (Rte. 29) one mile beyond 
. 5 inc. 


window ti sells “Sta-Sweet" to locker) Nu Tone Inc., of Cincinnati intersection with New Hampshire Ave. 
rons. \plants in bulk or to farmers or has a new electric power head OR. From New Hampshire Ave. drive 


Separate Family size Dining Off Street Parking housewives in small bottles. recessed in the kitchen covater- HUBERT KLEINPETER. Pres out to Route 29 (Coleswille Rd.), and 


| top to which you can attach continue ore mile beyond Neval OFd- 
. ew | A new molded, fibre glass sail|a power driven bow! and mix. REALTOR 33 YEARS nance Lab. to 12500 block of Colesville 

Large Deluxe Equipped Kitchen cio eee ane Bus boat, the “Baby Six” is introjer, a juicer, a blender, or a 
with natural wood cabinets, eye- duced by International Yacht| knife sharpener. WU. 7-7700 


level even and breakfast area. ® Concrete Patic |Sales of Detroit. Its the newest | : - : : — -—— —_ —_—___— ——_——z 
|material used in mass produc 


OPEN WEEKENDS NOON 'TIL DARK; DAILY 2 "TIL DARK tion of boats. Great strength for | 


its weight, no rot and minimum 
DIRECTIONS: Out Riggs Road to Eastern Avenue, right on Eastern Avenue, ‘gas are claimed. 


3 le to Chill "lace, S 
epprox. *4 mile to Chillum Place, right to Sample House Gardeners can now apply fer- 


tilizer in the hottest weather] BIEN: | Custom Homes Opposite The Westbriar Country Club 


| without ~~ lawns of 
shrubs with rden’s “38.” ac- ° “ge . . . 
[cording to the chemical division > in a Magnificent Setting of Majestic Trees 
iof Borden Co, its safe and taal 
burn-free even when applied rey te. : : ome 
SALES, INC in amounts four times the rec- sum «6 Between McLean & Vienna, Virginia 
1 . jommended quantity, says Bor- : 


9 ‘TIL 9 den. 


A kind of poor man's elec- 


| tronic brain—selling for a mere 


3 AWARD WINNING 
HOMES IN THE HEART 
OF SILVER SPRING 


BAY MODEL SPLIT LEVEL 


3 or 4 bedrooms. 1's or 2‘ beths, with kitchen 
alcove and all brick construction. The Green 
wood Knolls model that took the National 
Homebuilders Association Convention by 


le. ae 
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“eevee 
Sees ee eeee ee eeeee eee eee eae eeee 


" ir Wirt. 
2% dae ¢ 


7 


~ 4 BEDROOM SPLIT-LEVEL 


on Huge Half-Acre Lots Shaded By Towering Trees 


25.FT. LIVING ROOM @ 2 FULL BATHS “"S.3.000°" 
FINISHED RECREATION ROOM e PATIO 
SEPARATE DINING ROOM e BAY WINDOW KITCHEN 


is : GOLF VIEW HOMES INVITE COMPARISON! Where > 
righ ; “5 else will you find 4 large bedrooms, 25 foot living 1 


ceiling and long sweeping festured as ; room with fireplace, separate dining room and family 
Outstanding split-eve: design architects’ 


House & Home magazine ..<.+. $18,250 t size kitchen with bay window at so low a price? Com- $2186 Down 
i pare the gracious patio, the finished recreation room, 


the wooded half-acre lots with any other home in the 30-Year Gi Loan 


area. .Compare these all-brick homes in Virginia’s 
finest suburban community adjacent te the lovely 

Westbriar Country Club .. . just 1 mile before Vienna, tte Lp COLOR KITCHEN 
Va., with its large shopping centers, 4 miles from the With HOTPOINT built-in eye-level even with 


See , rotisserie, built-in surface burners, Garbege Dis- 
new CIA site in Langley and only 9 miles from D. C. cach Wiis, te ealtamehin Sch Obteete onl 


Drive out today .. . you owe it to yourself! DISHWASHER AT NO EXTRA COST! 
City Utilities, Sewers & Water! 


FURNISHED MODEL HOME OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY, NOON TO DARK 


DIRECTIONS: Out Arlington Bled. (Rt. BEAUTIFUL CARPORT AND MODEL HOUS 
50) te 7 Corners; Right on Route 7 THIRD FULL BATH OPTIONAL PURNISHED BY R. MARS 


hrough Falls Church to Tyson's Corner. 
: MIKADO SPLIT LEVEL oe - Left on Re. 123 at raed Soho } anes CULMORE REALTY CO. 
GREENW ooD knolls 3 bedrooms, 19 or 2% baths. en, carport, mn Golfview signs, Turn left & follow Cul P 
femily coom off kitchen . . . editer’s choles ond ; mere signe to homes. OR, out Chein 456 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, Va. 
Realty Ce. winner of American Builder Award 1956 $19,250 ; Bridge Rd. (Rt. 123) 1 mile past Tyson's 


13224 Georgia Ave. Silver Spring See : Corner to Goljview signs opp. W extbrier JE. 4.6650 


: " : veni . ta ° 
sg gt Straight out Georgia Avenue through eae ~ 5 % DOWN te vets; FHA & Com 
6 the 13200 bieck and cCOmmunity entrance on the ie qualified 

side of road. Oper daily to 9 om. WH. 66484. ventional loans alse available. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD LL — amv f 
4° Saturday, Jaly 14, 1956 °: 


~.— dapat 


iwc sad -LANDOVER KNOLLS 
Morteage Re d Tape Strippe d by Ruling Near Baltimore-Washington Expressway 


¢ 
1 ALL BRICK-3 and 4 Bedr Full Basements 
' _— —— 
By Robert F. Morison ‘4% lien has been taken. .time and no money will be left} This ruling is one of several | an ooms U men | 


The mortgage money lender over after a lender has recov- real estate tax matters cur- 
Unites Presse has first claim on money re-ered his loan the lien can be rently active here, Others in- 


~ The. Government this week ceived from forced sale of the removed without taking the clude | - o ' , Pi $ 
stripped some tax red tape property. Thus in many cases matter to court. 1. Indications that Congress ’ ; 
from mortgage foreclosure the Government stands to gain The mortgage lender can may act this month on tax ». ; 
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proceedings nothing from its lien make faster work of the fore- legislation to permit establish- 
The new ruling applies to From now on if it is clear closure and the Government: ment of real estate investment 


properties hich Federal the Goverfiment is wasting its will save money. trust funds. The general pub ; , 
: as a eT on ee could invest in these as it } : NO EXTRAS 
7 s 


does in funds which hold pools 

ALL BRICK, 3-bedroom 
rambler, full basement, 
outside entrance. These 
houses are tops in quality 
construction throughout. 
Colored tile baths and beau- 


yf corporate stocks and bonds 
Supporters of the measure 
Claim it would help relieve the 
shortage of mortgage money 
by drawing a greater share of 
private investment money into 
real estate loans 

2. Studies by the National 
Association of Home Builders 
to figure out possible tax in- tifally equipped kitchens. 

}centives for several of the ai " ’ 

IN BEAUTIFUL [privately financed housing pre SEE THEM AND 


\grams which are backed by the | . se | COMPARE— 


> 
se 
o* 
i a 


|\Government. These include the . . 
ROLLINGWOOD inew  trade-mn-and-build plan MOVE RIGHT IN! 

and older programs of urban 

renewal, low-cost housing and 


ESTATES slum clearance 
| 3. Internal Revenue Service 


proposals for carrying out a 
new tax law provision which 
HIGH ABOVE generally lowers the tax rate 
on money received from sub- 
dividing and selling land. The 


ROCK CREEK PARK money used to be treated as $ 
regular income. A new amend- 
ment to the law makes it a 
capital gain. The proposals are ? 


still open for comment by in- 
terested parties 


This week's tax lien ruling 4 c d 
came after the Justice Depart. e rooms 


Pad ili 
ment complained the Govern. 
ment was yearly getting tan- ? E | p th A 
cled in more and more fruit. U q $ 
less mortgage foreclosure 
— Never so much for so 
In many cases ft is not pos 
sible for a mortgage money little. Can you imagine 
cage Bn nergy on oe ALL BRICK (except 
on which there is a GWovern- . , . 
ment lien, according to a tax the trim) for this LOW, 
official here. Before this week's LOW price. Only 3 left. 
riling the lender had to sue Can be delivered before 
the Government for removal ‘ 
of the lien. Government law- school starts. A terrific 
yers had to go to court even if value. 
there was no prospect of col 
lecting overdue Federal taxes 
' Under the new rule, the 
The House of Visic de- The house of Vision is your dream come true... a home with iGovernment eliminates its 
ar ws —T dm ™ > * . . . ila 
: pred by Ame a lasting promise of many years of happy living for the entire be ples ape p and the whole 
of meximum , m , : : c 
family. With a new kind of spaciousness and a world of planned Ispeeded. The District director 
privacy, this home makes every phase of family living a distinct (of Internal Revenue may agree 


Bpacious living room, ¢ en lly . 
a . , _ nditionally to remove the T it , Waseh'ng'on-Baltimere Frporeeever ‘a Chee Sa. oes watu 
pfrally-located kitct the pleasure for each member of the family. It’s a home built for |i... when investigation shows ht eee ee See nee 


leros. privacy-planned bed- comfort... end it’s easy to care for. Entertaining is always a = it has no dollar value to the t Old Lande 4. follow Old Landover Rd. te 65th 
Fooms, pilus de h tei Government 
rf aoe han pleasure. See your House of Vision today! eg 5 Pe 


er a home is mortgaged for more 


and mony other Visit the House of Vision. Select Your Lot in than Lo ee _. oy so Open Saturday and Sunday 


that not 
features Rollingwood Estates Today. return enough money to pay 


rman ae Tender a or call ELIZABETH EISELE © UN. 4-5757 or SP. 3-7929 


; —— The real estate investment 
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED bill before Congress would 


make mortgage investment 
rice $38 500 trust funds subject to the —— 
P Pas f same taxes that apply to funds 
hich hold corporation secwu-| 
Open Saturday & Sunday, i to 6 rittes, its supporters elaim 
LOOK AT THESE HOME VALUES: cree moot Higher tax liabilities now in| 


Light-Conditioned and Two ultra-modern beths x” effect make it impossible to set 
WO 6" 


; up real estate funds which 
climate-conditioned Large basement with recre- would hold pools of mortgages. 


-to-the-minute kitchen ation area ‘ | 
“ breakfast nook Center hell with big coat Bao say. | 


Va. > 
ree bedrooms and den Owens-Corning Fibergles tional Association of Real Es| : 
Living room with open fire- insulation tate bogrds, which supports} | 


plece and picture window Automatic sprinkler system the bill, said it would “permit 


VA Approved —F.H.A. and Conventional Financing 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION! 


fort and conver 


small investors to put. their! 
VISIT the Model Home, 3203 Brooklawn Terrace money into a diversified selec-' 


cae t So -#8 
tion of sound mortgages.” 
BRILL and PECK C0 The NAHB also supports the - uj r 00 in or 
. measure. It has been studied e: 


and amended by the House 
1415 Roxanna Road N.W. TY. 2-1415 Ways and Means Committee, 


j but not yet reported to the! ; PT 
American Houses, Inc., Authorized Builder Dealer House. y TOP T ° » 


40-Ft. Brick Ramblers 


14,500 


Gl 2% Down 


30 Yr. Financing 


1tOrl Mia 


Excellent Terms for Non-Vets ) N A wok ve RreOC Ke L£,QQr___ x 


FEATURING: a ~ iT JUST 2 


Brick and Masonry Construction erey, "mi MONTGOMERY COUNTY og 


3 Large Bedrooms a. | D. C. LINE 


2 Full Baths 2 ALL BRICK RAMBLER 
peg edpeser nana o* 2 BEDROOMS ¢ 2 BATHS 


Full Basement 


40-Gal. Hot-Water Heater r 
wo her of the family, the Kingston has for Mom . huge closets, @ heavenly 


Gas Forced Air Heat é ie nul Frigidaire kitchen; for Ded...an uncramped feeling of the large living 
: igruder P iv % ee room and full basement big enough for do-it-yourself tools, for the children 
Off-Street Parking Ar loads of room to romp and play and enough bedrooms to 90 around, 


: m Y it 1 rself t this beauty today! 
Select Oak Floors atross | } ou owe it to yourself to see ; auty today 
‘ 7 1 " : 
Gas Range sailor : ONLY 21 301 
age a 


Refrigerator we tn EXCELLENT FINANCING AVAILABLE 


‘tralia. Jul 


*purchasers 0 Informal living at its best! All brick construction with three large bedrooms, 
specious dining room end two full color tile baths Appealing to every mem. 


| 1040 $@ FEET 


*'f wou desire, your purchase contract will include provision for your soot member 
we great sead et no exztre cost! se 


OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY | b nnny oe yd p v! DIRECTIONS, (from 9.C) Sp Comnaction Gonna We, Gatien ion eh te £9 Geveb food, 
11:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. wal obligation : e ~——hy & Geubh Read ond tun Might onto Gru Read, turn right off Geubts feed of the 


| sifien wheth< end McKeever Rock Creek forest sgn. 
EE Ee Se: wrth eae ear Cage OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 10 AM. “TIL DARK 


Viers Mill Rd Triangle Restaurant) and continue to Viers Telephone leaner years. ee Z 

Mill Shopping Center, tur teft on Randolph Road and go _ : T iT - A<Aat7 eT” 

Ya mite-to Randoioh OR: Out Wisconsin Ave. 314 H ] \ tad ric Ke . ‘e124 — = | REALTORS 
yppafeaeyrbier py tnerie vy dnyge ee gt ee WH. 6-4818 a 

pape ce oe ice gt ag : o OMS, , EIG BLDG. © 8641 COLESVILLE RD ILVER SPRING, MC INSURERS 


t to Randoloh Hills. 


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. C . : THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 

Full Oil Tank .Prevents Corrosion Saturday, Jy 14, 1986 43 
7 wate x 

The desirability of keeping rosion is especially important door tanks will remain stable 


fuel oil tanks filled during the at this time. on their anchorage. | VIRGINIA 
summer months is emphasized) It has been found that rust-| In addition to keeping his eee#ee 
by the Plumbing and Heating ing of tanks almost invariably tank full of oil, the owner of 
Industries Bureau. occurs from the inside out.'an oil heating system should J "a "74 FF 
Uniess a tank is full of oil, ‘This is another factor which also take the precaution of hav- "a e 
moisture is likely to condense points to the importance of ~~ a pared a = ' 
on the inside wall of the tank.| keeping tanks filled with fuel ye oo te servic ee 
am genes £ e summer months./! 
Moisture causes rusting which |! during t . 
wentual? trates the tank! In the case of fuel oil storage’ 
. — pone = tanks that are buried in the God of Thunder 
walls and causes leakage ‘ground, there is another im- 
Since basemepts are notori-|portant reason for keeping) Oak, long recognized as a/% 
ously damp during the summer|them filled. Fuel oil serves as|wood of great strength and/® 
months, unless protected by'a ballast during the suntmer/quality, was once the tree of|5 
dehumidifiers or an indirect’) months when rains are likely to|the God of Thunder and was so/|% 
hot-water heating system, the cause heaving of the ground.|respected that a law in Saxony : 
protection of tanks against cor-- When kept filled with oil, out-|prohibited its injury. 


Near Virginia's Exclusive 
Washington Golf and Country 
Club 


al Ae ee 


“Manassas Park” Complete 2-Bedroom 
ONLY Home with Stairway 


to Expandable 2nd Fl. 
is t Large Lots . . . All City Conven- | 
jences. Paved Streets, Water, 
Curbs, Sewer, Gutters, Street 
Lights. 
Face PRICE oe SM Be OY 
SD (Ariingten Bivd.) te Farrfex Circle, 


PER MONTH continue on U. 5. 29.211 te Centre 

$ ville. bef? en Reuwte 28 aeppro- meotely 
@ miles te Mode! Home. 

VE | 4 4a includes Taxes aiatk tates ce 

) s.¢6 

Rosengarten, The building is completely air conditioned and dining ‘preakfast spece. Pour twin- MANASSAS FURNITURE 


and insurance 
t den With fireplace plus Die side ecreened MANASSAS, VIRGINIA 


and contains equipment jor complete eye examinations porch. Lower level includes two-car , ; 
re ri ' . garage 28-foot : J w ¥ | Sec So 
and optical 1“ ork. club room with ber. 30-feet library with enether A . A a able on tions 1, 2 & 3 Id 


ea 2 Se NO MONEY DOWN TERMS i 
two-level rambler is unquestionably one of the finest bomes WN New Section Now Open 


in the entire Ariington-Pairfax ores Directions: North on Glebe Road past 


_— eee ee 


Design for.an Optical Firm 
The M. A. Leese ey Co. has recently moved into this PLUSH BI-LEVEL — *52,500 


new building at 1747 K at. nw. Described as “especially 
built for an optical banal? the structure was designed oectudet bee titan ot ont teed onan 
by architect Maurice May and built by Davis, Wick and re Lares fexdT E Well boom Sith Georsian’ fireplace. 


aa ete kitehen inched 


ea” Denes Oe. 


Country Club end on to Chesterbrook 


Repair Hints For Homes OPEN SUNDAY, 2 to 6 ot On bon ata wm res he 


. é 

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ij : 7 —— 
5 ~) —.; * 


Defective Wallplug ;y loosening the two terminal) | 2055 WILSON BOULEVARD = > TN oS ore CATS N OLA 7 


AP Newsfeatures screws 


JA. 5.6800 "AAA a Ae, 
DO . cut off the damaged | ’ A . S| : 
DO ... know that, when @ parts of the wire and remove | ISHANNON:&-LUCHS| RLINGTON,. VIRGINIA « 
wallplug et the end of a lamp enough of the outer covering | GRR see ee. “0 sOth 4 . CALL MANASSAS, VA. 
cord gets cut of order, it al- SO that one and one-<uarter RESIDENTIAL SALES ANO RENTALS Our ot nniversary Year a 6, keke ow oA. 
the inches of the undamaged wire | 
s bare 


most always is’ because 
wires connec' ' 
frayed broken or loose run the wires 
DO disconnect th rd through the plug, tie a knot in| 
the insulated part of the cord 
and wrap the knot with a piece 
of electrical tape 
| DO fit the knot into the 
recess between the two ter- 
minai screws, wrap one wire | 
around each terminal screw | 
and tighten | 


DON'T . . . neglect to wrap) 
ea wire around a terminal; 
screw in the direction the | 

ew will turn a precau 
tion that will prevent the wires 
from moving out of position. 


DON'T . allow any loose 
strands of wire or insulation to 
peek out from under the plug; 
trim them off after the ter! 
minal screws have been tight- | 
ened 
| DON'T... wait for future 
similar trouble to develop: in- 
spect the wall plugs periodical- 
y to s®e whether the wires 
have started to come loose. 
Add-A-Patio | DONT. . 1Orget to advise | 
jmembers of your household! 
Free-standing and inexpen- that pulling a wallplug from an/ 
outlet by the cord instead of 
by the plug is the main reason | 
why repairs are necessary. 


sive, this pavilion satisfies 
the urge jor outdoor living 
for home owners who did 
not plan for a patio when 


the house was built f RUSTIC FENCES 
sim ple frame ol fur tbyv 4 issue of House Beautiful— 


inch posts supports the roof — . S®. . : Living for Young Home- 
of 1 by 8 inch louvers. Floor BERRALL JASPER FENCE CO : wy . akers, hebrutey issue; Better Homes & 
may be log cross sections, Pi Bim Blu a eB: ' rdens, April tissue; Family Circle, April 

Bride’s Magazine, Apri 1 issue. 
stone, cement or grass, Phone HUdson 3-7300 


A COMPLETED COMMUNITY OF THE 
ANNANWOOD [ 2." 
NORTHERN VIRGINIA—IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
YOU are invited to attend our showing of the all-new 1956 Na- 3 BEDROOMS @ 2 FULL BATHS 


tional homes . . . to come out and see the homes you've been 
reading about, the homes you've been dreaming of owning. 20 950 
Look what you get: t 


Architect-Designed by Charies M. Goodman, AIA, the 

country’s foremost home architect, to assure the ut- FULL PRICE—COMPLETE 

most in spaciousness and livability 

Individualized Homes with the flexibility of custom- MONTHLY PAYMENTS APPROXIMATELY 
styling to make room sizes to meet your specific needs +109°°° Principal, Interest, 
and desires Taxes, Insurance 
Come—See our all-new 1956 National Home! Al! new 


, , tor S ' 
Kitchens with Oxford Special Finish wood cabinets An %—20-Yeer 


and continuous Formica Counter top-electric eye level 
oven and countertop Range PLUS GE Equipment shown CONVENTIONAL LOANS 


® VETERANS: below 


NX as DOWN | Clean Gas Heat by Perfection-Air Conditioning Avail- 


abie at siignht extra cost . 
mention 
PAY ME) vT Come— Slee our all-new 
® FRIGIDAIRE elec- © fully autemetic | 
tric refrigerator hot-water heater | - / 
FRIGIDAIRE elec- eoeeeee.om | / q ) tional home i 
tric range owe 


Deluxe Features and Equipment too numerous to 
Large utility or 


Three Bedrooms— storage room 
large closets 


Large lots, beav- | , 

acious livin ify ndscea Dish h 
gets + SE eondigemearssy mS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY @ OPEN NOON TOSIX 
abe Bus transporte. Disposer WEEKDAYS 6:30 te 8:30 
Forced sir heat, tien, school bus And *eeeeweeeseeneeeweeeeeee#ee#e 
— dane ny besten velel TRADES CONSIDERED 
cont | 11.4-cw.-1. oom ination retrig- ALSO 4 BEDROOMS—2"2. BATHS 

21 Other Finer Features erator-treerer in color, with 


sutomatic defroster, magnetic 22-foot finished Family Room. Separate Di inming WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO DISCUSS THE 
ADERHOLDT | | dese, towtooch apenas,» | Room. Master Bedroom Suite with private bath ‘CONSTRUCTION OF A NATIONAL HOME 
REALTY CO. | | volving, adjustable shelves. aciial "4 ON A LOT OF YOUR OWN 


and Laundry Areas—Select Oak Floors. 
(office) (CONVENTIONAL FINANCING ONLY) 


deer 515 ONLY $23,950 COMPLETE 
Riverside 35381 * LOgan 728515 > 
‘ DIRECTIONS 


oti lake, Ag 3 Tac ANNANWOOD DEVELOPMENT INC. 


interchange and 3 miles te Annan- 


latte antmeth BOX 385, ANNANDALE, VA. CLEARBROOK 6-2500 


or 
Out R 50 fj li “— 
DRIVE OUT pb pty Faget, hee Morse 
. Church Read (Rt. 649) te A nwood 
mane Drive wet 8. Cae : . sign ‘ond open house a right. 
tel &i —Indiane P : 
(Route 210). to sigma, juet? ONE OUT OF EVERY 48 HOMES SEING BUILT IN AMERICA TODAY 18 PRODUCED BY... 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


44 Saturday, July 14,. 1956 eee 


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Handy Paint Accessories 


Paint pails, available at your paint dealer's, are inexpensive 
and make painting easy. They're ideal for mixing modern 
paints and their wide tops accommodate all size brushes. Also 
helpful are brush holders—small clamps that fasten to paint 
pail rims. One of these will hold your brush neatly inside | 
the pail. Handy roller pans, which contain just the proper | 

' 


quantity of paint for use with a roller, have clamps that fasten 


to a ladder. 


athe AaeSeetest 


™ s | 7 4 5 7 ' 

OWN A HOME IN VIRGINIA 
“Burlington,” fascinating 
ante bellum l2-room 
mansion, FP’ miles from 
Charlottesville, Virginia, 
on 15 acres. in «@ neigh 
borhood oft beautiful 
estates, with century old 
box» ood and rece Re- 
cently repaired and with 
all watilitien Price: . e 
$22,500. ter farther im ) . 


ometion contest Relaxing to watch—relaxing to make, That's carpenter- 


editor Steve Ellingson’s comment on this weekend project | 
shown here with TV singer'Ginny Jackson. 


BEVERLY F. PARSONS. Associate 
POLLY P. McGAVOCK 


Phone 72-7178 


Realtor Charlottesville, Va. 


Pattern Project 
Workshop at) ishing” 
For Relaxation 


By Steve Ellingson 


Earn *15,000 
and Up Yearly 


Your Own Business 


oo ORLA Be oe Ae bd ee LD ELA OO ed ee ed 


THREE FOURTHS of the best thing to actually going on 
earth's surface is water and one one. 
fourth is land. Its easy to de-/ Den mothers have been writ- 
duct this fact that the Lord in-|'"g for more pictures of this 


tended man should spend three type to keep their little cub 
scouts busy. Letters have also 

times as much time fishing a5 }..7 coming {com veteran's hos- 
he does working pitals and apartment house 
Under the circumstances,’ dwellers whose only shop is a 


Foxtail Recla and I took a few kitchen table. 


No Capital Required 


eoeeset bel eel eb cereore 


Immediate weekly income 


for an experienced Real Estate man, 30 to 45, with a 
proven record and specialized in buying and reselling 
Va. or Md. properties in $10,000 to $20,000 price range. 


tees aewe: 


ME. 8-0980 


3107 Circle Hill Rd. 


Ist Floor Bedroom and Bath 


Just 10 minutes from the Pentagon, this home with in- 
dividuality and charm on a beautiful tree-shaded fenced 
lot, is offered for sale by an Admiral. 


First floor has double bedroom or library and bath. high- 
ceilinged living room, large dining room and screened 
porch opening on garden, kitchen, maid's dressing room 
and lavatory. There are 3 bedrooms and tile bath on 2d 
floor. Attached garage. 


$26,750—with $5,000 Down Payment 


days off last week to try our 
luck. As it turmed out, there 
will always be a question in my 
mind whether we went fishing 
or whether the fish went mas- 
n’'ng. About all that we did was 
to drown a iot of worms 

Fish travel in schools which 
probably accounts for their in- 
telligence. Either that or school 
was out and they were away on 
a vacation. We didnt get a 
nibbie 

Even so, we did have a good 
time. Got rid of some mental 
cobwebs, our nerves loosened 
up and our contentment got re- 
juvenated. No doctor can pre- 
scribe a pill that will do as 
much 


N 
The only other activity I 


know of that will help a person 
relax as much as fishing is a 


This is an easy project: here's 
what you do. Get a couple of 
small pieces of plywood and 
trace the full size patterns on 
them. After that paint over the 
tracings just as the pattern 
specifies. It tells what colors te 
use, etc. After that use a 25- 
cent coping saw or jig saw and 
saw out the sky. Next fasten a 
string from the pole to the hook 
and the picture is ready for un- 
veiling. No trick at all. 


To obtain the full size Poor 
Fish Picture Pattern No. 8&4, 
send 25 cents in coin to Steve 
Ellingson, Washington Post and 
Times Herald, Van Nuys, Calif 

Other similar pictures avail- 


Ikinge Horse and Cowbor ie 
thearts 25< 
: “ 


P “ture _*? Aa 


Picture 2: 
25 cents. you may 
5 


Have a good time Sunday 


; : ee ture De terns for ; 
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World of Finance 


ér1 SEC Moves to Aid 


Atomic Power Pools 


) 


Capital Commerce 


6 Major Promotions 


Listed by Ransdell 


By S. Oliver Goodman 
Financial Editor 

Six major promotions were announced yesterday by Ransdell, 
Inc.. of Washington, one of the largest printing and publishing 
firms in the East 

Fe A. Merkle. president and genera 
elections as follows , 

Lee D. Ritter to 
president He he 
the company [ot 
most recently in 
partmen! 

Robert M. Greenwood to se 
ond vice president. He joined 
the firm eight years ago and 
has been in the sales depart 
ment 

Arch A. Merce: 
dent for public relations 
has been with the firm for 
years and is an editor 

James M. Ragsdale to 


The 


Tusiness 


46 oATURDAY. JULY 14, 1956 


Associated Press 
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) yesterday 
adopted a change in its rules designed to encourage publie 
utility companies to take a larger part in the develapment of 
atomic power projects with a minimum of red tape. ; 

SEC chairman J. Sinclair? ee ee 

Armstrong said the rules were | 
amended because the commis-/ Philco Anti-Trust 


“is fully aware of the ‘ 
en BE Suit Is Settled 


national and world-wide impor- ; 
tance of the development of The Justice Department 
settled its anti-trust , suit 


nuclear power for peaceful pur- 

poses in accordance with the’ against the Philco Corp. yes- 

policies expressed by Congress terday. 

in the Atomic Energy Act of It ‘announced that Philco 
has agreed to relax its con- 


194.” 

“We do not believe,” Arm-) trot over distributors and 
strong said in a statement.) desiers The consent judg 
“that the Public Utility Hold- ment. filed in Federal Court 
ing Co. Act should deter pri-| ;,, Philadelphia, was made 
vate enterprise from going for- public here. : 
ward with nuclear power pro)- In the judgment, Philco! 

; an appliance manufacturer, 


Soviet Challenge . . « 9,5. 4. tivingson 


Sloppy, Unsafe Working Conditions 
if 


| manager, listed the 


. strength, publ'c library at Kharkov were 4 
photocopies of numerous British [Dee 8 Bett ketntee = = =Marrte Kaw 


and American scientific jour 


nals. At the Georgian Academy 
of Sciences in Tbilisi the same Libby Net 
Shows Sharp 


The USSR. Academy of 
Rise in Year 


duces—by brute 
not finesse 

“Outer surfaces of buildings 
show peeling stucco, uneven 
brick-work. Plant looks 25 
years old, yet most of it has 
been rebuilt in the last ten 
years, after being destroyed by 
Germans.” 

Such comments apply more 
or less to all the plants I visit- 
ed—the Stalin Auto Works, the 
Ordzhonikidze Machine Tool 
Works, both in Moscow: the 
steel plant at Rustavi; the Lenin 
Machine- Building Factory in 


(Fifth in Series) 


HERE ARE the notes I jotted 
down during and after seeing 
the Kharkov Tractor Works. 
second largest in the Soviet 
Union . es | 

“Original 
ly built in 1930- 

31 Ivan Seri 
kov. chief engi- 
‘neer and assist- 
ant director, 
who spent a 
year in the 
United States , 
in 1938, made 


first vi 


heen witlas J). e, Sales Room 38% 


years and E 
But Read Fine Print 


sales de 
EXTRA! Downtown Wash- 
gton department store sales 
week ended July 7 
skyrocketed 38 per cent over 
the same 1955 period’! Area 
ales during the week jumped 
ce presi- 29 ner cent .according to the 
He Federal Reserve Bank of 
19 Richmond 


*) 
ya 


tne 


Sciences makes it a point to ob 
tain copies of foreign industrial, 
technical, and scientific jour- 
nais—Journal of the American 
Chemical Society, American 
Economic Review, Automatic 
Control, American Journal of 
Mathematics, American Journal 
of Surgery, and so on. Then 
if desired, photostats are made. 


i ; 
it} 


Le 


‘yy 1 


yice 


He 


ects 


president for publication 
is a 10-vear veteran with 
firm and also an editor 
John A. Mcintyre to assistant 
secretary. A veteran of 27 years 
with the firm. he will continue 
as superintendent of produc- 
tion 
Garwood 
sistant treasurer 
with the firm for 
formerly was 
secretary-\reasurer 
Richard Chamberlin. who was 
reelected secretary-treasurer, 
announced he retire from 
active management early in 
1957 
Ransdetl, Inc 
Rhode Island ave 
about 400 persons, 
building with more than 
000 square feet and produces 
more than 50 periodicais for ac 
counts in the East and Middle 
West. It operates around the 
clock 


ine 


, 


Chamberlin 
lie has 


Lo veal 


tO as 

been 
s and 
the 


assistant to 


, 


Wii 


located at 810 
ne.. employs 

occupies a 
100 


Resseguie to Retire 


Harry E. Resseguie wl! 
tire on July 31 as Washit 
bureau chief for Fairchil 
lications \ writer f 
years, RKesse- 
guie has spe- 
cialized in eco 
nomic news 
and has gained 
a reputation 
among Wash- 
ington news 
men as a vigor- 
ous campaign- 
er for keeping 
Official news 
channels open. 
Following his 
retirement, he will continue to 
write “Economic Horizons.” a 
series of background business 
articles for Fairchild Publica- 
tions. He lives in McLean. Va 


Resseguie 


Another Loan Peak 


Washington bank loans post 
ed another new high in 
week ended July 4. according 
to Federal Reserve Bank 
Richmond figures. The 
peak of $528.312.000 was up 
more than $4 million for the 
week. Comparative figures for 
12 reporting Washington banks 
foliow (in $1000s): 


the 


or 
new 


nounced. William B. Mullett 
\ be account executive for 
the agency. The bottling firm 
recently announced plans for 
a new $1 million plant and ex- 
panded activity 


King Heads FGAA 

Robert W. King of Wasbing-| 
ton has been elécted president 
of the Federal Government Ac 
countants Association, which re- 
cently reorgan 
ized on a na- 
tional scale 
Founded here 
six years ago 
the association 
nas grown to 
neariy 2000 
membérs in 18 
chapters in the 
United States 
and Tokyo. A 
new Washing 
ton chapter has 
incorporated, which will 
its own officers 
national FGAA will 

headquarters 

King said. with a full 
executive secretary. King 
is agency accounting officer of 
the Housing and Home Finance 
Agency 

Other officers of the national 
FGAA, all vice presidents. were 
elected as follows: Henry A 
Wallace, Los Angeles: Col. Wal- 
ter R. Jeffrey. Chicago. and 
William A. Newman Jr., Wash- 
ington. 


77 
Vili 


King 


es- 
in Wash 


Lime 


New Enterprise 


4 new retail sporting goods 
store has been opened at 1718 
[ st. nw., by Fred O'Rourke and 
lohn R. de Sibour. The 3000 
square-foot store features hunt- 
ng and fishing equipment 
O'Rourke is a past president 
of the Isaac Walton League. De 
Sibour, active in local sports, 
founded the feal estate firm 
bearing his name in 1945, The) 
reaity firm will continue un- 
der management of his wife. 
while he devotes his time to 
the new enterprise 


Who's News 


An 


4 


quite a point 
that in Febrw- ngst 
ary, 1930, he aave - 
was hunting rabbits: that a 
month later the building was 
under way: and that the first 
tractor came off the line be- 
fore the end of 1931. ‘I have to 
say,’ he commented, ‘that Amer- 
ican specialists helped very 
much in getting the plant laid 
out and going. . 

“On entering factory proper, 
noted slipperiness of the steel 
flooring; .ater came to wood 
flooring, chipped, roughed up. 
splintery. Grease everywhere 
Girls leisurely gather up stee! 
filings into a cart; in modern 
American plants, such filings 
are carried off by conveyor. 

“Pace easy-going throughout 
\ small auto, exhausting copi 
ously, goes around plant lug 
ging things Bad for health 
4 worker laboriously uses a 
powe.: reamer to expand holes 
in the chassis through which 
to attach. bolts. Then he ham- 
mers in bolts. Much hand work 
and hammering 

“Woman with long-pronged 
tongs takes red-hot rivets out 
of an electric arc stove, inserts 
them into a shaft held in place 
by aman. The stove is 12 feet 
away from the shaft. If she 
slipped Women around in 
great numbers, generally wear 
no stockings. 


“A STEEL air pipe is exposed 
above the surface of the floor 
An accident hazard. Men and 
women sit around waiting for 
parts to arrive. 

“Great amount of hand<art- 
ing. The steel claw hasn't yet 
replaced the human hand. Not 


‘much materials-handling equip 


ment except for heavy things— 
motors, steel bars. 

“Bolts and nuts often lying 
in aisies. Light seems to be 
okay. Outside is stock of crat- 
ed motors to be shipped to ma- 
chine tractor stations as re- 
placements. Also saw finished 
tractors. Obviously, plant pro- 


Leningrad 
Housekeeping 


and niant 


cleanliness are far below Amer- 


ican standards. 
workers would 
than put 


up with 


American 
strike rather 


the dirty, 


smelly toilets, messy lavatories 


SPACE IS at a premium. The 
lift- and tow-trucks which dart 
up and down factory aisies in 


America could not be 
plants 
complete new layout 


most Soviet 


used in 
thout a 
Lighting 


Ww 


in most of the factories is not as 


as at 
seem 


good 
plants 
stream of 
glass windows 
All right during 
days, but not 
Eucss 


to 


Kharkov 


daylight 
and fanilights 


in winter 


Some 
depend on a 
through 


sunlit summer 
efficient, Id 


Soviet industry labors under 


a constant 


scientusis, 
nicians 
government 
tory 


contradiction — an 
inevitable conflict 
engineers. 
on the one hand and 
planners and 
managers on 


Hnetween 
and tech 


fac 
the other 


The sixth five-year plan calis 


for 60% 


output. At the 


demands efficiency 
A tall order 
engineers 


mation. 
The 


and 70% 


increases in 
same time. it 
and auto- 


and techni 


cians want to make haste more 
slowly—built more plant, take 


more ti 


me to install equipment, 


change layouts for technologi- 


cal betterment. 
cost Dp 
be met 
criticized. 
wouldn't collect 
sult, argument 


But that would 
roduction. Goals wouldn't 
Ministers 

Piant 


would be 
managers 
bonuses. Re- 


How much im- 


mediate production should be 
sacrificed to ultimate efficien- 


cy? 


ALL DURING 


postwar period. 
assiduously 


libraries. In 


studied 
ods of the Western world 
large factories have 
the 

Ordzhonikidze Works, 


the war and 
the Russians 
the meth 
Most 
technical 
library of 
| found 


photocopies of entire scientific 
and technical journals, includ. 


ing American Machintest 
Engtneering, Machinery. 


Product 
In the 


of articles or whole magazines 
for redistribution Now 
changes of technical delegations 
with France, Great Britain and 


Libby, McNeill & Libby an- 


-|mnounced earnings of $8,037,971 


for the fiscal year ended June 


He said the rules under the 
1935 Act had been amended to 
provide that: 

1. The definition of “electric 


the U. S. are being encouraged.|2, compared with earnings of utility companies” shall not 


Higher learning is state sub- 
sidized. Young men and wom-) 
en who go to universities or| 
technical institutes get a str 
pend. 


$5,433,402 the prior year. 
Earnings per share of com- 
mon stock were $2.05 compared 


Especially talented stu-| to $1.35 in the previous period, | heat 


apply to companies organized 
on a non-profit basis to develop 
atomic power projects where 
their only purpose is to produce 
or steam from special 


dents—those with high marks\and sales of $295,513,912 com-|nuciear materials. 


get bonuses. In schools and 
in factories, the more you do, 
nore you're paid. The in- 
centive syrtem — piecework — 
is strong in Russia 


THE TASK AHEAD, how- 
ever, isnt easy 
ners must overcome the handi- 
cap of an industrial pliant 


‘hoe 


which is still largely of the’ against sales of $31,586,533 and sideration 
Many share earnings of $134. The! Atomic 
tech- 1955 figures, however, did not the 
and procedures which include United Can & Glass Assn 


thirties 
use 


the 
factories 


vintage of 
postwar 
niques 
in this country are passe. Nor 
do peasants take to work in fac- 
tories easily. Per man output 
of the Rustavi Steel Works, 
outside Tbilisi, is far below 
British and American levels 
Yet it was built from scratch 
starting in 1946 Workers, 
drawn from Georgian farms 
have been slow getting hep to 
the ways of steelmaking. 
Though the Soviet Union 
possesses a good economic po 
tential, it can be exaggerated 
It’s far too easy to take recent 
rates of growth, as many econ- 


omists have done, extrapolate ; 


them into the future, and then 
shout, “Beware!” 

Soviet planners have had 
benefits not likely to recur— 
spare manpower; machinery) 
obtained from other countries. 
and, in the thirties, borrowed 
technicians. But as industrial- 
ization increases, energy and 
materials which formerly went 
into the brute expansion of pro- 
juctive facilities will have to 
be diverted to services—trans- 
portation and power. That's a 
problem which I think analysts 
of Russia's economic prowess 
have not adequately considered 
rll take it up tomorrow. 


Associated Preas 


Total sales 1,610 shares; year 


1erican Stock Market Prices 


> 


(ion) Wat Lew Clee Che 


(08) igh Lew Close Che 


pared to previous year sales of 
$216,876,478. 

Hent Feeds Inc. announced 
earnings of $1,200,758 for the 
six months ended May 31, com 
pared with earnings of $898,505 


earlier. Sales were 3$45.623.067 
and share earnings $1.75, as 


Co. figures. With these in- 
cluded. 1955 sales would have 
been $34.343.864 and share 
earnings $1.62 

Other earnings reports: 


Ciectansti Millies Moechine Co. 
12 weeks ended June is 


1954 1955 
$2.364.680 $817.5 
+ 30 


for 


35 
45 
six 


Net tnecome 
A spare >. 
T Meter Car Ce. for 
months ended June ) 
Net income $1.032.418 °464 734 
A share 7 
Net sales 
*_Loes 
Mineecseta Pewer & Licht Coe.. tor rear 
ende@ June 30 
Net income $4.569.191 $).671.9598 
A share 221 150 
Ne . Ine, for sta months ended 
$692.501 °6315.522 
; 115 $s 
8.741.000 6.712.344 
éeduction for nonrecurring ¢x- 


24 
25. 791.389 186.068.0225 


I ’ s 


a sare 
Net sales 
*after 
penses im counmection STR mere te nee 
Lancaster, Pa. pient and te cosing 
and sale of Siamforé. Coan. plant. 


Windels Named 
SEC Regional 
Head in N.Y. 


Paul Windels. Jr. of New 
York City yesterday was named 
regional adminsitrator of the 
Securities and Exchange Com- 
missions New York regional 
office. 


Sec. Chairman J. Sinclair 
Armstrong said Windels’ ap 
pointment is a move to further 
tighten enforcement of SEC 
rules and regulations in the 
handling of securities 

Windels, 35, is Assistant U.S 
Attorney for the Eastern Dis- 


2. Public utility companies 
owning stock or voting rights 
in such reactor development 
firms shall not be defined as 
“holding companies” and thus 
shall not be required to register 
under the Holding Company 


Soviet plan-\for the similar period a year Act 


Armstrong said the rules 
changes were made after con- 
of views of the 
Energy Commission, 
American Public Power 
and several utility com- 
panies 


Tax Formula Extended 


Senate passage sent to the 
White House yesterday a bill 
continuing through 1956 the 
present formula for taxation of 
investment income of life insur- 
ance companies Under this’ 
formula 87% per cent of the 
first million dollars of invest 
ment income is exempt from 
the corporate tax rate and 85 
per cent of the remainder. 


New Fuel Injector 


CLEVELAND @®—American 
Bosch Arma Corp. and Thomp- 
son Products, Inc.. announced 
development of a new fuel in- 
‘jection system for automotive 
jand other gas driven vehicles 
The joint announcement said the 
new product would do away with 
the traditional carburetor. It 
_ added the product was expected 
ite change automobile styling 
| because it reduced engine height 
by as much as 6 inches 


Braniff Stock Filed 


Braniff Airways, Inc.. is bor 
rowing $40 million from a group 
of insurance companies and will 
raise another $10 £4million 
through sale of 1.105.545 com- 
mon shares to stockholders on 
the basis of three new shares for 
each five held. according to a 
registration filed with the Se- 
curities and Exchange Commis. 
$100 


| thousands of 


agreed to allow its distribu 
tors and dealers to deal in 
products not manufactured 
by Philco. It also is barred 
from making dealers and dis- 
tributors restrict their sales 
to certain customers within 
sales territories. 


Steel Pri 
™ > >. " 
Start Rising | 
CHICAGO, July 13 #®—Ware- 
house steel prices are climbing, 
in the opinion of officials who 
attended an executive commit- 
tee meeting of the American 
Steel Warehouse Association ih 
Chicago. , 
At a news conference after 
the meeting yesterday, many 
companies indicated they are 
hiking prices between $5 and 
$12 a ton. The heavier increases 
in most cases are on plates, 
structurals and similar tight 


supply items. The lower boosts 
are on sheets, strip and itemp 


in easier supply. 


The prices increases will bit 
steel users 
manufacturing and fabricating. 
Steel warehouses distribute 
about 20 per cent of the na 
tion's steel. 

The news conference survey 
also showed that steel consum)- 
ers generally entered the cul 
rent steel strike with abnor 
mally high inventories. Some af 
the warehouses officials said 
they are selling less ‘steel dut- 
ing July, with the strike oa, 
than they did in June. ; 

“So far we haven't had any 
rush of customers clamouring 
for stee) Robert J. Heggie, 
vice president of A. M. Castle 
& Co. Chicago, said. “If the 
strike lasts a few more weeks, 
we may feel it in structural and 
plates, though.” . 


Ford Employment 


Shows 1100 Pickup 


Xs 
Zz Me 
1% 


~ +08 Offering price of the 


by) 


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+ & 


Joseph R. Wiebush has been ago 845,400. 


trict of New York and has rep ~». . 
appointed director of research | — shares will be fixed late: 


resented the Federal Govern- pranif directors with DETROIT, July 13 #—The 


mand deposits 
Time deposits 


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1% 


New Travel Agency 

Harold C. Hagen, former 
Congressman from Minnesota. 
is president and general man 
ager of the newly-corganized 
West Indies Travel Service 
Inc., at 1003 Pennsylvania ave 
nw. It is a branch office of the 
firm by the same nafe in 
Miami, Filia In addition to 
Hagen, officers of the new 
travel agency are: Carlos 
Blanco, executive vice presi 
dent: Junio Solano, second vice 
president; Lucy S. Luz, man 
ager-secretary, and Audrey L 
Hagen, treasurer 


Pepsi Appoints KEM 

The Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 
of Washington has appointed 
Kal, Ehriich & Merrick (KEM 
to handle its advertising, effec 
tive Aug. 1, Pepsi President 
Chester W. Martin Jr. an 


for the National Institute of 
Dry Cleaning in Silver Spring, 
Md. John 
Ss. Beckham, 


formerly of the 


Rufus H. Dar- 
by Printing 
Co., has been 
appointed gen- 
eral manager 
of Newspaper 
Printers Corp.. 
1065 Wisconsin 
ave David wy 
>. Lehman, for- . 
meriy of Laid Wiebush 
& Co... has joined Bache & Co 
as a registered representative 
Herb Fried has been 
promoted to vice president in 
charge of the Baltimore office 
of the W. B. Doner Advertising 
Agency Ben C. Pope has 
been appointed general mana- 
ger of parts and service for! 
the Falls Church Garage, De! 
Soto-Plymouth dealer. | 


D. C. Security Prices 


Yesterday's prices on Washiegtes Steck fx 


the Philadeiptia-Baltomere 


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Pet flec Per com 15 at 27", 
“ at 27% 
Wash Gas com 78 at 39%. 1 at 1% 
mat Ws, MB wt Ws 
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PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS 
1961 163 
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Washington Gas 3s, 1988 163 
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SAVINGS BANK STOCKS 
Sent 2 06of §6 6Bethesds §=6(71 58) 
Bask of Commerce (118) 6 
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS 

fie ‘> 7088) 
Nation Ueien (1.08) 

TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS 
Ce'umbia (28) 
Real Estate (29) 
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS 
Garfincke! Com (1.68) 
Gartiecke! 445% ce ce pte (1.175) 2 
Gelgentere ce tem £ 
Geldenterg cue cy 8% pie 

Hecht Ce ‘7 88) 
Pa™% com 

Leasten Meee 
Mergenthater Lime 

Nat) Mige & lev com 2.58 
Not'| Mige & lew of¢ 2 18 

Peegies Ores St com (2.68) 
Secerity Sterage, New 

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Wewe & Lettres com 

Weowe & Leterep pid (5 

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Declared or paid se far this year 


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peals involving violation of the ¢ 
w+ % law. He succeeds James C. Sar- 


1$-16+1-18 cont of New York who became Manganese Bill Voted 


a member of the SEC on June 
29. 

Windels will formally take of. 
fice Aug. 6 Until that time 
Daniel J. McCauley. regional 
administrator in Washington 
will serve as acting chief in the 
region which includes New 
York and New Jersey 

The SEC recently announced 
that its New York regional of. 
fiet activities would be ex 
panded and the staff increased 


*'9 there to bring new emphasis on 4¢t¢ 


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i te 2 -266 
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netfers offered cows active 
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mercial cows. | “i130 - 
bers and cutters. $5006 11 56 


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BALTIMORE July 13 wm | 
CATTLE—Receipts. 100: not enough 7 
clases sold te estadiich a treading basis 
very Ditle ineuiry for enmy ci m 
receip's intended for Mendéar's trece 
CALVES—N e@uctations pomireily 
one 


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reetivers. celivered 


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being handled by F. Eberstadt & 


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The Senate yesterday passed 
by voice vote a bill setting up 
a new Government manganese 
purchase program of 660 mil- 
lion pounds at a total cost that 
could reach 69 million dollars 
However, shortly after passage 
Sen. Williams (R-Del.) filed a 
a motion to reconsider the vote 
This has the effect of prevent- 
ing the measure from going to 
the Hiouse until the motion is 
upon 


New Paging Device 

PHILAD™LPHIA W—*“Audi 
page.” a miniature paging de- 
vice which fits into the ear, will 
be marketed nationally by 
Philco Corp. The receiver ope- 
rates on the principle of mag- 
netic induction and needs no 
wires. The sound can be Leard 
only by the wearer, Philco says 
the device will be used by the 
Anferican Broadcasting Co. dur- 
ing coverage of the national 
political conventions 


Support Bill Voted 

The House passed a bill yes 
terday to set up a Government 
price support program for 
domestic producers of four min- 
erals. The measure was passed 
b 
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y voice vote without debate. 
The Administration-backed 
ill would require the Govern- 
ment to spend an estimated 
$91.7 million over the next 30 
months buying up tungsten. 
fluorsper, asbestos and colum 


_ | bium-tantalum. 


Ford Motor Co. said today ig 
Michigan employment in- 
creased by 1100 workers from 
the first week in June to the 
first week in July. The total 
now is 67.264, all in the De 
troit area 

The company said the nun 
ber of employes with at least 
one year seniority who are 
leid off totaled 6350. High for 
the year was 9263 at the end 
of March 

Layoffs for the 1957 model 
changeover will begin this 
month, the company said, and 
will average 5100 employes dur 
ing July and August. Most it 
dividual layoffs will be for 
three weeks or less. 


Babbitt Joins Forces 
With Two Conn. Firms 

B. T. Babbitt Inc. has entered 
into an agreement to joi} 
forces with two leaders in the 
fast-growing aerosol packaging 
field: Bostwick Laboratorie 
Inc., and Connecticut Chemic 
Research Corp., both of Bridge 
port, Conn. 

Babbitt for 120 years has 
been a leader in producing and 
marketing consumer goods 


such as BabO, Glim ané@ 
others 


Paper Firms to Merge 


NEW YORK W — Federal 
Paper Board Co. Inc. of Bogotd, 
N. J.. and Morris Paper Mills of 
Chicago announced their db 
rectors have approved a merger 
in which Morris will be con 
solidated with Federal. / 


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ago $3,890,000. 
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Inconsistencies’ 


Color Clues in Old Favorite If You Prefer Blondes 


. . ne Many attractive room color schemes have been derived from) For very light-colored modern finishes on furntture 
Lenders Design Role Irks agazine — Ge is ons aaeae eanee ar By: poeta hn tant | tore fixtures, the wood itself must be light in color. 
| drapery fa and slip-cover material for at least one importa , 
| piece of furniture in the room. In one such room, the flowered | are uniformly  ampperbageg aad a> n0 
THE ROLE of the mortgagehe goes by seem too weak to ;than-everage” structures that|chintz at the windows and on a deeply comfortable chair| There are times, however, when a 
ender in building design justify the experiment. In | recognize that “planning and contains tones of coral, beige, chartreuse and off-white against remove color from other woods—for instance, when 


@ background of soft blue. The walls and most of the wood-\ful figure of black walnut and the matchless patterns of ma- 
‘shows annoying inconsisten short, design seldom becomes design are powerful economic work are painted in the soft blue tone. The mantel, however | , 


4s 


T. BD. BURGESS 


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cies.” declares the July Archi 
tectural forum. 

“True. the lender has helped 
te smother arehitectural prog 
cess and te heap mediocrity 
apem our cityscape.” says the 
magasine. “But i is aise true 
thet be has been willing to 
Gnence goed design, anc. @ 
deed. te baild it for himescli.” 

Usually the influence exerted 
be mortgege Ieoters = oF 
secured by 2 cloud of fiscal com 


an overriding consideration, ex- 
cept im the project that is al- 
ready marginal.” 


forces in themselves, sometimes ),. been finished in a mellow beige. The beige tone is repeated 
subtle, and sometimes direct. in the plain floor covering while the coral is echoed by a chair | 
in their effect on cold, long- covering and the chartreuse by a lamp shade. The ceiling is 

‘painted off-white. 


The modern, glasswalled 


bank erected in New York by 
the Manufacturers Trust Co. is 
cited by the Forum study as 
one of the instances where 
lender-owner buildings are “far 
more imaginative and forward. 
looking than the proejects they 
just finance.” and are “better- 


— - _——— — 


that relatively few of the money 
merchants sense this; if they 
did. there would be a more 
consistent standard of archi- 
tectural quality in the building 
projects they produce for them- 
selves.” 


hogany are desired in a light finish. 


® EXCELLENT VALUES 


Open Saturday and Sunday 2-7 


Sleepy Hollow Area $31.500 


Very attractive L. shaped weed brick rambler with white ehut- 


Che Hamlet 


Chevy Chase, Maryland 
FOR SALE BY OWNER 


ters and roof. Brick wall im living room with fireplace an 
built-in shelves 3 becrooms. screemed porch and garage. Pane!- 
ed well In dining room with doors opening to storage shelves 
Large windows im living room end grownd level recreation 
room overiog&® « sheded rear yard. bordered by «4 stream 

within walking distance of new tennis 


slexitiesn according to the 
magerine. yet no other part of 
the Suriding industry can exert 
the influence on design (that the 
-aaGer can { orecise s5ee55 
ment of their role is difficult 
t explains. Seceuse taey Yer) 
jor gam te man. and from 
=e part of ihe country © 4 
ther. 
Nevertheless 


LAKE BARCROFT 
$29,500 


An outstanding redwood and paste! stone rambler of unique de 
sign featuring lerge living room with stone fireplace, dining ares. 
. % Geciares, cer souinpoed GE color kitchen . 3 bedrooms. 2 beths, lerge femily 

fam Greed findings emerged room with sliding glass doors opening onto the stone patio with 
from a study made for an 
sticle om “The Lender's Infu oe Dec ve tury sforage eres 
coce” im a2 seTies of 
"as bBeeTt presenting on 
‘cture in America” The 
sgnifeamt of these findings, it 
sant. were the following 

© “The lender's influence on 
architecture. where it is felt at 
all. is primarily pegstive. It & 
sot so much what the lender 
wants jesign a6 what he 
ieecn't want, This is particu om GF ne oF 
uriy true now. and MH repre 
sents a change from 15 years 
oom Where the lender would 
mer make positive Sugges 
tees” for altering details. he 
sow rarely does. In @ tignt 
meney market he can afford to 
make @at rejections. and move 
= te something cise 

* “Whether positive or nege 
ive. lending influence seems to 
vary inversely with the price 
of the baildinme The higher the 
cost. the less the lender enters 


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$28.950 
New brick eplit level on quiet street overlooking lake. All rooms 
are spectows. Double doors in dinime room © patio 
Dining space in kitchen. recreation room. 3 bedrooms. 2 bathe 
attached garage 
Te reeck Cofers®ee Pite gest Beties's Creesroeds 
oa Blew Bea a 


eng after geertiege Seoee Corners 
rt Aopen Lear. thee 

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Lake Barcroft 


-90r te Bleir Rd. right 
y te Pime Tree te leet home 
ar’ cles 7. — > 7 a > > 


Tree Shaded Woodley $16,100 


An extremely neat redwood shingled rambDier fust completely 
redecorated. T 


Open Saturday & Sunday 


Neen "TH Dark CORNER LOT—CONNECTICUT AVE. AT LELAND ST. 


Twelve-yearold split level Colonial with four good size bed. 
rooms, two baths, newly-decorated living room and dining 
room, jalowwed porch, lerge kicchen, basement, two-car oc 
tached garage. Must be seen to be appreciated. Idea! locenoe 
tor 1 person. Wallsto-wall carpet and draperics 


protesuona 
included. Immediate pomession. Specially priced at $35,000 
for ummediate sale. 


CAN BE SEEN AT ANYTIME BY CALLING OLIVER 43428 


- 


he living room has en attractive birch wall with 


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Out Columa PX ~6C BEECHWOOD 
~ en om a CONST: CORP. 
JE. 2-1396 


mt redient heat and covered patio 
seten Bird... tere irft tee treffte Hekts tegoed 
te Westmoreiand te Ith 


land Ce > 


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to open sign at 
on the corner 


120 E. Bread St. Falls Church 


hati, 4. 


ben 


* “As @ result 


“ 
eee 


home bu.ld 
ng feeis more of the mpect of 
lenders likes and dislikes than 
amy other segment of building 
Sgeuvtiediy. the mseurance sp 
-psal practices of the Federal 
ng Administration and 
‘he Veterans Admoinistration— 

th therr aetertows aversion to 
ms Gesenm imeevetion which 
the lowest patd bureaucrat can 
understand—are a strong 
[acter bere 

* “(Ower-ell. @ lender's view 
= Gesigm tend te be only as 
omservative as his economics 
i foe te be. He will Snance 
an atvaneed bSuiliding—mean- 
ng ome unfamiliar in planring 
ancl appearance — provided its 
ecatilem ms goed. its ownership , 
pit edged. its income prospects | 
‘renege. But be will tern down 

~~ same Guides FT on bal 
amee. the ecomomic indications 


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Unedited Testimonials By Purchasers of 
Another Smashing KAY Construction 


o-Pe1 44-) ee 


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— —— 


Antique Locks | 
At Housing 
Center Exhibit 


Sn ornate lock used by the 
remnquering Persians in the year 
6 5. C.. and a lock imstaiied 
ruseders on the West 
-ate of the Holy Sepulchre in 
jerusalem are sow on display 
a (ee Satlenal Housmg Cen 
er ES L st. ae 

The amctent lock used by the 

Persian Aimg, Dartus 

the Hely Sepulchre 
eck are exiibited at the Ne 
Gemai Heusing Center slong 
wth many other locks and keys 
from ‘he antique collection of 
The Yale & Towne Manufactur- 


itt 


77 Ue 


historical collection 

the develooment of 

from the time of the 

jams ef 4608 year+: ago up 

the micidle of the 19h con 

i feature of the duspiay ts an 

wiginel wooden lock dating 

cack te the Gays of the Cru 

sades under Richard the Lion 

Hearted. This lock was com 

tructed sahout A D. i068, 

Ss Egeptien en@iuecrs who 

raveired wilh the armored 
anignits 


4 Simple Way 
Te Add Space 


One of the simplest ways for 
the bomeowner te add year- 
round living spece to his home 
inciose =o back or side 
sere’ The cost is much less 
ben would be inveived im 
cemopiliete new construction 
Present perch posts often may 
be used as pert of the framing 
sad the electrxal wimg may 
be aiready im place too 

S wide vwartety of attractive 
har¢dwoeed and softwood floor 
me is available if a new floor 

-eeted The use of wood 
sding or wood shingles for the 
e1terier and wood paneling for 
‘te interior. will Beep the mod- 
reach 
f ~ mest budget 
while giving the new room a 
warm. fmendly appearance Soth 


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Heating Trend 

Het water beating systems 
for bomes are geining = pop 
slarity. The Plumbing and 
Jeaung Industries Bureau re- 
sorts @ gain of 13.7 per cent in 
the production of bosers in the 


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net space. Roomy 
cu.-ft. freezer-top 


urches and Schools 
MASTERPIECES 


P.M. DAILY 


ARLINGTON, 


JUST 5 MIN. VIA SHIRLEY HWY 


LA SALLE APT ~ HOTEL 


rx a ~ ye 
. and 


36/APTS., UNFURNISHED 


JENNI 
Mra tools 


eupeancr 
iukury apt Must he on 
fully appreciated =. J for 1 
eccupen cy se wi il 


ons renting fo ay dail “RA 
1271 ofr call SHAN SS & LUC 
beter ree bust oe. BA. §-2346. 


decorated 
nome 


CLAREMONT 


‘aus | Simplex & Duplex Apts. | 


i 2 BR. $89.50 | 


INCL. ALL UTIL. EXCEPT ELEC 


Thru vent wet 08 private entrance 
modern ti hen hp ipment? 

sty of closet space laytcrounds 
shopping cent Bus through de- 
velopment 


ASK 
APT 


ABOUT OUR FURNISHED 


R 
Includes beat. water and gas PLAN 


DECORATED 2733 8 siter Reed Dr 
Ort King 6t 


Artington a 
Sat. 9-5 


Wdys. 9-8 
~ OGDEN GARDENS - 


Pian 144 OODEN ST 
ttr bed: m n de 


A iu e 
APARTMENTS | + service 
ALEX 


art CAPRITE “D1 


GREENWAY 


CAFPRITZ DEVBLOPMENT 


Minn Ave. and A St. SE 


EWLY 
»8C 


Bt 4 THROUGH PROJECT 
Also Purnished Apt 
“39 


7-9080 


SHIR} LEY Tyr’ KE 
DUKE ST 
" Nee 48 ; 


1028 CONN 
DOW NTOW N 


AVE 
xt sa 
h 595 «up 
ONING 
Pty 


LONG BRANCH | 
APARTMENTS 


amar 
zi Dal 
“ON DIT LESS THAN 
VIA 


10 
Vow &£ 


Reaut fiyl 


1-BEDR 


WWNTOW 


wi 
CAP! TOL BRIDGE 


vy Decorated 


DOM APT. FROM 


$65 
$82 


ice Ore 
M TO 5} 
COON TO 


SHIRLEY PARK 
APARTMENTS 


BPAC te, 


PARKHILL APTS. 
1610 tag Ty NW 


Rt : 


RES 


$05 TEFREREOG cTNW 


BEDROOM APARTMENTS 


mai ager 
7 
Norther 


tesirable ha me > ne a) 
ST 00 AMES DIXON 
= x 
—- 
8608 FLOWER AVE 
TAKOMA 7 ARs MD 
lee bec rm —_— - .* 
~ 2 ™ hedrm ‘i 
n ; n ; Nee ° ee La) 
8.7580 


BELLEVUE 
GARDENS 


1-FPARE 


: S 


a - 


T. BROYHILL 8 SONS 


4688 NICHOLS AVE. SW . 
Queenstown 
Apts. 

2 BEDROOMS FROM 


$83.50 


Redrm F, <7 
TILITICS INCLU DEI 


PHONE JO. |- 2000 
Open Daily, 9 6 P 
Sunday. 1-6 P My 


PARKGLEN 


35! 


ry 


ar 5 J 


2) 


Ty ADOT VA 


-Redraom nom 


)-Be tron Ae 4 — 


and 
the 


ls Easier Less Exoensiy 


at 


NEW 


AIR CONDITIONED 
OAKTON APARTMENTS 


NOW RENTING 
1 Bedroom Apartments 
2 Bedroom Apartments 
3 Bedroom Apartments 


Living 


ALL. UTILITIES INCLUDED IN 


RENT 


MODEL APARTMENT OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 


RESIDENT MANAGER HE 4.4303 
BROCHURE ON REQUEST 


Magazine Realty Co 
WOODWARD BUILDING 


LEE GARDENS 


COMMUNITY OF APARTMENT HOMES 


APPLICATIONS SFING A 


| BEDRM. APT, 
2 BEDRM. APT. 
All 


EPTED FOR AUGUST OCCUPANCT 


Utilities included 


Ad‘ecen' 
Aw ,@a 


and Navy 
Washington 


Pen'agon 
cow nteow ob 


‘oe Fort Myer 
just & minutes te 


moments from the 


the heart of 
DIRECT'ONS: Across ~2— Memortal Bridge. follew 


Roulevar turn fright ot to Clarend at Rou 
one-half block to entrance Offic e located on circle at head | 


Daily Hours 7:30 
Saturday id 5 0 


sunday : 5.00 
Apply Office, 701 No. Wayne St. 


mgto nr Va 
ald Mor. JA. 5-6546 
Office JA. 5-6986 


oo 
thea 


of street 


| MODEL APTS. OPEN 


36; THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


r 
! 


a Stag Saturday, luly If, 1956 


APTS., UNFURNISHED 36) 
4821 4TH ST. NW. 382, 000 
Daily 


Apt. 2, drm liv. em. din 
Circulation 


and sath $4 at 56 incl. ©. and 
a Delafield pi 
sales results 


ol 


A See jan. at 337 | 
CAFRITZ—DI. 7-9080 | 

3218 8TH ST. SE. | 
All bright corner apts th cross 


Cc 
setting on quiet str quicker 
ena 


means 
and 
Times Herald classified ed- 


vertisers. To place your ad 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


tor Washington Post 

pl . 
DREYFUSS 

19 1 rw 


LARGEST IN ‘SE 
Beautiful 3-Exposure Apts 
Buena Vista Apts. 
3223 BUENA VIS 
APTS., UNFURNISHED 36 
NEWLY DECORATED 


Catholic Un 


SMALL PETS ALLOW! 


NF AR aur ert ng AND 
3 CE 


Near versity 


Sts. NE, 


55-$60 


Tih and Ham! n 
Low Rents, 


Kitchen 
Gas heat, 


sdern 


. 
»AUL 


r NW 


co 
NA. 8-2100 


APARTMENTS 


. 0657 
sAPLEW oD. APTS 
>° . with 
- _ > 


p% | 


WAYNE 
NEAR Roe KR CR 


1 AER, CHER 


An ve nedroo 


it ea ‘DI 


aN RCH “ ) 
“AVE NE 


at ¢ 1 30 


a vor -_ rT? ; ' T 
" 7.908 WALKER £4 
eed CO. §-0222 


Apartment Homes in Good Hope Hills 
Minutes Drive to the Capitol 


LARGE PORCHES 


Overlooking Suitland Parkway. Oxon Run 
Park. Picnic Grounds and New Golf Course 
Open to Public, at these Reasonable Rents 


| BEDRM. & PORCH—$71 to 85.50 
2 BEDRMS. & PORCH—$8! to 94.50 


10 


few desirable apar 


CONVENIENCES: Short to 3 one-fare lines, 
ahe : . et hans : Cunvenient to 
Nave 
street parking 


Fields Research 


, Pa at 70th 


 —_ .. 


Office open 


,_ 7 & 


oP. @ 
TAYLOR 


Fairview 


UNIVERSITY 
Apts. 


Park, Maryland 


NEW 


IMMEDIATE C PANIC Y 


COMPLETELY AIR- “CONDITIONED 
$84.50 to $97.50 


sided 


WITH. LARGE “EXHAUST FAN 


om $/ 4.50 to - 50 


Rentals trom 


b- water re 


Rentals fr 


’ black Nlarth own R 305 oA past Univ Lane and follow 


ode! Apartment 

7920 18th Ave 
HE. 4-2073 

CARL M. FREEMAN 

Management 


sil el vee at California St. 


THE HIGHLANDS 


T AVE, NW 


Remodeled 


1914 CONNECTIC 
AIR. CONDITIONED EFFICIENCIES 
AND I. BEDROOM APTS. 


ahie ‘ne mm~meciate . Z sn 


"“¢ a ar “4 


Ava! 


“4.HOUTR APCRETARIA 
CARPETED CORR 


arn ROOF GARUEN 
SPACIOUS ROOMSA 


UNTIL 9 P.M. 
« 7.1240 


DAILY 
Manager an Pren a rth 
SHANNON &, LUCH 


14th ' . v 


Resident 


~T 
faa 


ee 


WEST HYATTSVILLE 


KIRKWOOD APTS. 


and 
Reed 


Pieruc 


30 


to 


Walk ng 


chur 


aistance 
Bus service to 


ERCO, 


Hospital, and Bethesda 


BEDROOM 
Liv ng Room. 20x12 
Bedroom |3x!2 Ft 


CHILLUM HEIGHTS | 2 BEDROOMS v= $81.50 


APARTMENTS 
1520 CHILLUM ROAD 


thin You 


Live W at These Rentals 


2 BEDROOMS $78.50 


1 BEDROOM $68.50 
(Rent 


Includes All Utilities) 
Offering 


Corner, newly decorated apts 
Stores and shopping centers nearby 
Bus at project entrance 

Attractive surroundings 

Picnic areas and ball field 


Wading Pool and Play Areas for Ch 


SCHOOL PROBLEMS? 


GET LOCATED NOW—SCHOOL NEXT DOOR 
Rental Offices on Premises 
Open Every Day ‘Til 8 P.M 
1520 Chillum Road WA. 7-3948 


DIRECTIONS Prom DPD ¢—Det Wichigen eve Queens 
Chene! r4.), left at Chillum 4 to property. Or. out Rigse rd. 
te Chilum ré.. fright te propery 


H G. SMITHY COMPANY 
1Sth St. NW. ST. 3-3300 


dren 


sil 


| Continerd on Following Pase 


{INCLUDES ALL, UTILITIES) 


Furnished Sample Apartment on Display 


FOR FREE DESCRIPTIVE BROCHURE WRITE OR CALL AP 17-7418 


RENTAL OFFICE ON PREMISES 2731 NICHOLSON OT 


OPEN DAILY-SUNDAY “TIL 8 PM 


DIR Prom D. C ra. 
wt a’ Ager r¢ 
project. Or. out 


Oat M 
Or out 


ave Chape! 
Riggs re right te 
right on Ager te project 


chigan Queeps 
ta protect to Ager ra 


New Hampshire ave 


BRENTWOOD 
VILLAGE 


GARDEN APARTMENTS NEAR 
THE HEART OF WASHINGTON 


1 BEDROOM FROM $62.50 
2 BEDROOMS FROM $80.00 


ALSO FURNISHED APTS 


Open Monday thru Friday ‘Ti! 8 turday, 9-5; Sunday, 10-S. 


1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE., NLE. 
DE. 2-3202 


i _— a 
’ Cantiewed on PFoellewteng Peso 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD APTS.. UNFURNISHED 36) 


__ de Serurdey, July 14, 1956 BAY : | BL 1033 21st nelly. cone Sa ye a Sas a ool 


) APTS., ‘UNFURNISHED 36 5 sai ae a at tar =<, a 2 er ae . . > | Potabiisbed gee 
ae 7 "S080. By Sis: wesenan Wt 


415,000 PENTHOUSE 


ae 
Sunday 1642 CONN. AVE E, jen ks _ | : aoe Desmnn : ae BROYHILL PARK 
: ree jit. rm. fire. Veena Terrace Apts. | 1 dedrm 
Circulation toot DoT Sei43 or BM. 2-498 | 1-2 Bedrooms, $72.70-$81 80 

ener . ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED ; =") by cm. km and bach Se0 50 
means quicker sales results YORKSHIRE Large att ort : —~} al see Ae - ieeemitsadh on a 
for Washington Post and “oF : ~ yg! —. @ieet > > Oe med a eee = ba " - etroem a5 1625 Ne Capste: St HO. 32-7200) tr 


Cor: 1 bedr: f| br cal 30. 5-05n8 eH = ~ COLORED | Srere bearer 

Times Herald classified ad- Nevator Digg. sect. 6 . ; : — — = | garare. Excel nt 1wo-be@ urn: 

a eet Thana te iF Oe stovage rm snmp as es t “aes = en BS as CLOSE-IN- trate se Han Sree as Gall Mrs Rese: Kr 
, Pp - ‘ : ” : : + 

for Sunday ATTENTION! THE VERONA pon 6 Peniasm ct © oat | aoe ri erent. Sie ee | NEW APARTMENTS | Sistcoee Me Baca! nopse a eT 


An 
: . ed eel BUS 
Mass. Ave. Embassies “pg ING APTS | - = See mes - = s & “470 UPANCY cm ' rms 
Phone ) . MINUTES DRIVE | coneeh LoxSrmLow ae te : mont 1 EBRdom—§ 0 ait finine ym. kit: brand-o 
ri ” ' cry" 5 - os. i »- Nea Het Weter on 1 bus ane shocaing $100 
: 4 A onditroned: My . TEs 5k CAREFULLY § “Bt4 : 
‘TCO LETED Few Anartments Stil Awe a>ie' Aa _ * a. * 7 ner BC U 
APTS., UNFURNISHED 36 var See , Brand-New—With Elevators’ ' ; - a poe 3:4 -y,~—s Oe 


ay » eer a: Mr Greek. LU | ¢ 
: , = s . = - - — es 
Fentinaed From Preced ase | Bedrm, $107. 50—2 Sedrms SEWLY REMNOFI EN BLDG 7 = isk i eption in gh wpite We: 


DEMAND ITEM 2-BEDRM.—$145 tom $137. See Rex Mor. or) 95 ger ema *, — $>_, | ee a 
DONNA LEE | 1-BEDRM.—$115 ee — a eS _ SEES Peale 211 SF Nw 


AM BOGLE 4 3 7 eto ; ~. - | PHIL T. ATKINS 
So ss > VEL E s.eyY, | 3 ™ ie — = = = nt fr!) ji .. , det et dh ? T. 
me ween Living Witn a ICIENCY, $8) WISCONSIN «VF Betreom: * sT TTT ed « ad " ce | ene nee : = 


e ver ty , 7) eo . 
City Canven: ence al ee iN Cher? = Va oa «4 i777 ~ LARCHMONT : Om - - 7 . S DE 2-4087 
LL U ; LIT CLI ° -o = 
Extra Large 2 Bedrms _— : NE = 7 = C : upoea OFF a “se 
ae cate she COME " : : THERM aT AT r con t R IGGS PLAZA | D4, Sun. 12 GARDENS — . rc. 2 =, Se SUEY wr ae mo as pas - Ys. mo SILVER 

HILDREN WEL ME La ; ROOMS R KEW CAPRITL DEVELOPME*T ai Lae =e. Di F- : . —2-vedre * mm. 

CLOSETS GALORE et pare Ts AREA. Wana Fort Ll : Detote ave ond Hamilton & NE Call HE 44500 a 2° a Ee cing sree. _fexipped — oe Guarchan Fed a aL Lawn Bit 
Seundavest, Fwenrect Two ELEVATORS MASTER AN. ONLY LUXURY arte Is LUXURY APTS =: c . —olored—Desrrable Apts pitas a3 : Rent. $105 8408 GEO _ AVE. SE 
PETS PERMITTED CLOSE-iN RIGGS PARK : oa =a NEWLY DECORATED = ee FAIRFAX—2 bedrme. tir | air -congitione: ; 

_ = . IN TOWN i o— .~ - REALTY - { . . — — st fac ; 
WIRED POR AIR-CONDITIONING — ae nil . hy : az 2! 2-7 arn - ~-+y te trems ~> sj 

Furn.-Unfurn. PHYLMAR PLAZA aeede ale = on » oo We, me = . rr - ona Rent tery inte —_ MRS. VAN DEUSER. J: 
RESERVE NOW’! 4100 W A BEDROOM APTS. —377 . ion One 2 Comers pg : ? rw > t 7 ' ~uy 

. _/ ¥¥ J > NW = . = i a : roe ere pa - q ralLls CHURCH.W3 be a a >< -suille jie to ~~ coma o4 a 
CATlI MR ru MPF N _ BEDROOM APTS —$102 Ve = _ Byer ~ ¥ : ; . ° = a - rm 4 - acct ete 

: Jt xe “BEDE —§79 30 T= é% a me ares. Sauipe 

Je 3- 23 ' - Rent tmcledes off utile a - aie S : . = Ge 4 2 See, ¢ ont 

RECT? ‘ONS PROM Down? owr : 2 BEDRMS —399 SD a an¢ 
. ac e 


7 A po —~ = — ace oom : wet rixt ache ability co 
L NGLEY : to W .. ’ = us -s - &§ ' ' “ : = cr -_ CR Ca; 


ans waft 
Mayiiower fo. : 


Near Froefient Shep Scheel and 
PARK _ ow Cvevidenss Meese 909 LONGFELLOW nw TR ee s 
~ : _ 7 ‘ , cw oe . — J 7 . . 
RENTAL Orrics OPExX Dar? eer aes . « r t li des 
i’ ST. NW, S120 4th oF tA 30) Adon 8 Maragere Com 282 time, Beas. rates. 1 $5355 its Cwhe a Ki. 9-397 ' i - 
- =" - “ . RDENS -. sprcta votes. Finest — 
APARTMENTS AIR CONDITIONED A CAPRITZ DEVELOPMEFT o_o = For CARDEN PARKLANDS LET ANDY MOVE FT —Couches re. |" tora ecatven : : 
| f sti 286: & enGs. cic AD 4-9517 | a v 216 
ae i hw | ft < 
201 WN apechi a T*.. Py *_ Tee Cererrs peres MOVE 08 PREEPD C. Ma. ¥ M4 bedr ; . Pr ie. abet 
201 N. Han csimpeaey Ave : | ORP ia AGER TERRACE | 2- BEDROOM ~- nora ~ P pata r — ‘.29eme f-e end hancen ba SE eA oo Ty Ww S32 ~eees : iy : ' Mtpece_for secret 3 ’ t— - 
, : _ aN (A. 84818 AGRR RD AND OOLETHORPS ST ~~ mm schremtni hee = AP 7-969 
nexcelied Suburban . ; NLITE West Byarts —*, A ~ TWN 


At These Reasonable Rents ren Tit D : —*. ~~ eer , ~ : ™ : 7a AIR-CONDITIONED 
en M THE CAPITOL LOWEST RENT IN AREA ne Sn - Se NGLE Pare sce Sot ei hw “ Fa - a ~ 2 pre SF ig A = 
1 Bedrm.—$73.50 | S£f MOQERN SUBURBAN ween, 314 ROOMS pe mee ar can a5 | Ree = ped, Bears 
GLASSMANOR | BEDROOM—$69 50 > SCHOG. FPROELENS bea— ~ % - rambler on grandad |. ‘hedrm hee P 
2 Bedrooms—From $83 "{OIQENCY, 3. ANB. 2-BED- 2 BEDROOMS—$81.00 : : 368 and $/0 fowck Tiss S yr = senanie ana 
+ ’ : " - ci ject : > = 
Unites Included weeny HED _DATLY All Uttlwes Included - : : J ROOMS bone 3 er as er Bas Pe. ROBsCHACH 5 REAL TY lpcitiheeet Realty. tne 
it. Ts. % we Su wor... Ae :7 - “ ; = 6S Rewer & + - . 
TRO ' AROE SHOPPING - a. LAT om LAMENT ARY SCBOOL txt = arr ae ¥ Zu $8 | 75 and Sa4 Ss } a Pate CHU RCH i REA o“tanos room . 
| . \NSI aS ro . =* --- > ' 2 aon @ a 
STORE pRADE SCHOOLS Cl cs ene panne _ as = : —e LITIS ISCLIDED : ae e ’ ee 2 ye amporary - = 
ee na tht . al a ms — or Mix = = - _ __. _Sursery echest, eheesine conter and cryer. heme | hon | Mmediately. $t25 ; ‘LARe : OFYES <i a Tt ae _Grereyp 
lat a aks Pt = art . o r tal at Men ns : Br & 3 J ~" Cem «<Bool B68 srziect ‘i : Prine Boring — ex porary 


 . -_ . eA, as? “TT f ; 2a" &«, wcrc —= 7 “4 ah FE SBA Wht y z : ~ - gy recrest 
BUN. 122 "ROSEMARY a : - , — , teem Mor weet $5 MB weer M nage vine rm. aod Ser bh fires “ont 
OPEN - . ill f = . -™ - in “2 peeves" ' ‘Fr ms . . 
. 1 are c. ~1}61 
TR 


an . si75 i silabie ane. 5 
| Apare | eee Scere uncer wae | COLORED-$55 = ee 
| Suburban Living | & = | 2 ’ s aa i, oom te we =o. ALLIED eed 


At its Finest ' Sas : dh —_ -— == 5 STRESS aT Wier Ra 52 end NIM. 3-dedrm 


full " Gish washer 


Daily SAM 


Phone HE. 4-3200 
M1 1th NW Bt. 9-2900 APARTMENTS 


LLOYDS APT. 3850 Tunlaw Rd. NW. 
800 TENN. AVE., ALEX | | l-, 2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS 
OFF SHIRLEY HIGHWAY n ) LIMITED NO. AVAIL 
MINS TO PENTAGON ’ reng FURNISHED APTS ALSO «Vat. 
Make Your Selection Today 


Vacation At Home 
THs, DIN Best or $30 0D LP 


B sion AaMER SWIMMING AND 2 Bedrooms $9e SD 
AMPLE PREE PARKING WADING POOLS _eies Ou 


SEE RES. MO EM 2-4200 vw = bee 6 


ree™m ents * eith- . : ; TEat_lg? Sa) Weegee 
c HA! RLES £ oy =" NOW ‘OPEN enc Aug i sccupenc* se ie > =. Se tmomms - : _~ .s _oe ) = =< % a 
v : - an - | ’ a : 73 - 2 he h wr 


eos 1 a7 a : ; a: in O- * - 7 . = ~ - ——— . a Owne 
SHIPLEY PARK renee grseoaned P =: 3a wis= mame» Wiltshire Parkway,” i ale +) Tec cx, | a A Ob Biro Saree Sts 
ms ee 7 oer Po Tops in) Living Private he — ie 1° 6>m Bunter A . a Nai — 2 bedroom hous terme arraneee 
ecrm., me v CDrAN ansit & S!ver spring Shopping ru Cae sue as Cure Bb . om. Gin. om) i op. JU. 8 T MA 
2- Bedrms from $80.00 ASPE M PARK APTS. 670! HILLANDALE &D - oo . KENshcTox : HO! S —& LATIMER 


LURIA BROS JA ‘8500, 9 | 
W gon 


n 
fura 


. ; GTO. 
oT 14th ST ys At Ay wut R - " i. : ° a . > . = : od ts ~~ i’) Sache ivime Rea ter 
| EFFICIENCY—$69.50 -. OS Cae CHEVY CHASE, 1D 2600 BLK. NICHOLS AVE. SE. | _zeub ye it at he Se he STORES. —— rr 
‘rece : : CE S . “ 1. - ia careace 4 -— cm: -- 
pe : ~- 2 BEDROOMS —$ 117 50 IDEAL FOR CHILDREN AIR-CONDITIONED te : Mow avaiable » few desirable - * 4 ' Larse vars Aval, . : 217 noel Convenion ogc 
3400 OSTH CT 3: ove from Numerous pley areas, basket- CARILLON HOUSE laa : garter oe act: ¥ - 2923 


a 4ec 
grated row brick home ein entr 
re : an 


30. 2-0135 pment vou i St ball courts, indoor playroorms.| 2500 WISCONSIN AWE Ne | BEDRM UNIT $649 50 NIM. 1007 de Sec a RR a 
= —— : ‘loset spare si -" tables, berbecuve prs. , 


ore, luxury | tur ; BEDRM APTS ~_ args 2 BEDRM. UNIT. $79 50 : : - - | : 4 ‘ ij a -s | ment. There oe 
COMMANDER APTS. Aldor Management Corp Radic oc ae Lesvre eine Eft er met POR INFORMATION ePPLY woR a it 749 or “) a x : nme apples mal . 
JU os epureweu! aarvum = = ESSTT PL. of - 


NA &8-5740 Eves. 6-017 $) 
COCK TAT. LOUNOE AND = BA 
RESTAURANT 


' ¢2 | 

) PRO garry -—- : : : = 2 Gan & T_s . = ' iene Coll uel 

NEW DE LUXE CHALFONTE ete, | = oo Sa _— ~SaaPa. -* / Le — — a, , hy of sew Previdence * Lee Bern stein Kethroy Rew 
1712 CAPITOL AVE NE. - = fa se = a= aces wera ee) es eg ee ES Nel Some 

AIR-COND. BLDG 1601 ARGONNE ew. As 7 pecs a —_ - — = : " diging — oi 


WALK DOWNTOWN | Sait titengst Carson, ao 4 [ ore TEs Pp = 3 = 2 oe) - Sooe hear eel STEVART Sant “7, 


| We Are Not New, But CAPRity— i 7. 9080 a 
POR RENT OF SAL 


\Charming and Di gnified FAMILIES ecrk ine ples «ant ; ORS EN 
Sere. ~ . SUN., 1- 
EFFICIENCY cictaied bya balanced budeet are * ut —e seo & sD SEE THESE cond 2 bedrms . email garden EN SUN., 1-6 


at s | i 3 . pair services on 
ts 


122 13TH ST. NW, 


EFFICIENCY ch reasonable — ther: ~— ™« a ut ace — COME AROUND - 
4 ) welonmne at : , n t- 7 ; a Larchmont Realty 
$80-$85 1-BEDROOM—$90 UP SOUTHERN HILLS ) tm Ice rat ; 54 oi = fer =: : “TOW! - w Jc 42 Ba +e 
INCLUDING UTILIT in i ; ela INGSTON TERR. SE | ae = = Port Do Be ) ihe. i5a2 eh fire 
SECY. & ELEVATOR . Some With Porch ; = : 
AVAILABLE IMME 


FROM $64 50 
ING 


y ; TEs + . : tis ’ to Tt and »i 
[RE DESK , ~ ie :: 817 
DAILY 9 A M-10 P.3 rH Di iT <w BEDROOM SPACIOUS APTS. — 4 | SURREY HOUSE a . es 
. oS eee one ath —— 8 SRERO? , —_- r ES = rick APARTMENT SITES 
3025 ONTARIO R ee Oe a 2 ip Pom ine cTic# ; 2 io af & - , ae , 
' : de Can ARRAN ; cane 


iO. 3-6797 


~UPLAND © ic 


t Retr: : 2 5-418 t we 

: a carerts es * 'ELOPMENT inthar 7: 92:4 CON S - . A "eh echeelk snd Wack net 'C — 
Th op Onn mm AN Tn tne Cityv—Singie Pare Fe N AVE | RM. K Fs 2 —$5é 30 WARWICK VILLAGE —— os passes. i tearm hove at coe 
= bert New Arr t TILITIES (I=sCLOUDED L . = ' ¢rape 72 

3 — i2 MIN. TO DOWFTOws $2 +t =a a on D-pedr=s Remes $115 ms Individ- ; ed = Rent 627 5. dees be Piet. 

GRACIOUS LIVING —_- . a w ol Game e — MONE Recmee ast . ¢ rar o sa: dacemen - b =< ae, | OO 

, 4 add : ar ke -—7 rerearch | - tht .. ae ° 3 _ > = _ ; tri . ° 

in an Atmosohere part * . be . ‘ a B —— . — ae B ; 7 vy ; [poe . rm s! ore’) 


. . 7 te: - > ~ Poll een ul derk. JE 
Found Only at : Mane (hae : ter! > reree: ; ; 
THE WOODNER | ** Ve Large Rime.” $84.50 S04 KENNEDY ST. Nw : Benning Hts. Apts.| § = 
}MIN® FROM WHITE HOUSE 03s PW - , pore os of aT. BEDROOM — $67 oi A 2 ee te 
4% te CREEX PARK vTTsA «np TY ant INCI . : a 7 . , - x : ? BE DROOMS 7 $-4913 ReODF a ave. oN 
Now Available MRS PAT McDANALD ~ ee es ee * ee cncher ant batt SOnP ~ $7 Eke pedros 
Efficiency Apts pi aee ee - VERMONT | refit 7 3 BEDROOMS —$36 50 re Sis , ences 
, , — —_ Ay ; . ts <<. Vins Cl. & BENT 
Hoe swan fae FOR THE FL RUST COMPANY ——y — went | Office Hour 69 (my S12 Set 


- Ke ad ul . siwe ~< > —— e == — 
Air-Conditioned | Discriminating a . “Besr RENTAL I te | . COLORED SPECIAL 
Gmert shove ¢ ana gat “aa The Georgetown InG v* 1 . a ee a : c Set yg BUCKNELL MANOn 


coca tal ' o ash . “ Bed 5 : . oe > s 

>t. ~* =, r- -& - iiul reer 7 pa : : ag oe Da 

de S456 oe San 2 7 25 12 QUE >t. NW. cee eee : TILITIES . va se ) : - r. . Immediate Possession 
HU. 3-5600_ HU. -44¢ NEW AND MODERN 


| manager cunners qraGa «Te ae ee aad 
1 BEDRM “APT $89 50 Completely Air-Conditioned te a x, ew” Ge Tee _ Forman Bernestr s — = — 2 3 . —_ | cy Ker © 7 Felt, BarumOOMe 
NEW KITCHEN EFFICIENCY 15th St 2S ____ST_p-s000 | eee a ae an a <> | «(Com s. A. ¥ Fo 
1701 16TH ST N.W $94.50 UP 400 Chesapeake St. SE. | AIR-CONDITIONED rs af 2505 13TH ST Swimmina Poo! | Ex Sidi tad & 
ie forth’ta mid-ses scree) |-BEDRM. APT. | || BEDRM—$6650 | pBepxceupr | a < and Seinen? Sued on Fillies = a, 
peitchboars and ai ae x ervice $ 39 50 UP 2 BEDRMS — $82 50 a | ROCK CREEK CARnewc arte APT Adjoining 2-acte Wooded Gites 
wis shop uty shop. e on Bea wt: chy reaecoraled apts < —— 4201 MASS AVE NW ~ GARDENS 4! 5 


A ~ ae Call ) , $120-$125 
Rs ‘PICKS DY ; Also choice 2-Bedroom, Dining _ <3 tons oo Unturnshed : - . 
se rs WASHINGTON'S — os ie [. MORRO worn 
. nesta SS oe DEVELOPME: RP 
COMPLETE De Wrdrs. 8-5 


Norman erus ‘eu im. Anoartments. Some w/Den 
1403 SOMERS a . $195.00 UP | and 2 BEDRM_ APTS ; 22 Pe sent 5 Reeeeeees 
. UTIUTNES INCLUDED 


Atlan = + st rant 6G a “ 
EL APT. FURNISHED BY! Misr 20 ssa APARTMENT BULDING | Berne’: case 
MAYER 4 co as v = Verv Desirable DD ory gate "jong 


ias NE ‘A Bedrs éa . Depeee Cette «= 

, B99 PENNA AVE. SE. | TS MIN. DOWNTOWN ATLANTIC GARDENS meng aa ng Dene cerme-r tT: 

MAMA ROSEY ae a awe _ Se NCY APT. $57 2 a 3 Se Ow Availabe peer t Schools and Sa ie “~~ -_ ; - a 7; 1 ease desires a t- 

3000 CONN AVE NW |-BEDRM APT $82 oe ins REFTAL OFFICES GFE Dat r ae a ret —o, sis Meatiist - “37 ah dart. DUskire 
—Lar » ' oe « na a - | 7S cara con eer ~~. : 

1-BEDRM APT $89.50 2701 14TH St “N W. " HOURS steel © e: — 4 athens 4 3 = “mae we, «HOWARD ara & 

Boe one an’ . . *¢ _ : > : aaw 439°? wera Be S -: . : ‘ ’ ; rms : the 82 3). POR REALTY 2». , no 

bratty Stain Stag”) Salisan oer Stet. Te) tine NOONSSDPM SUNDAYS ABSLTS ONLY." | RSE re hee, 6123 UTAH AVE—EITS 

hue 8 ” t ent ace ; . en ul . ~ ; a : , ‘ 4 - - : ~ ol . Twtached 7 : 

--4 on de . "AL, wR ma feak «s° rar ste . 7 79 3 =" For bertoremgt: or CA : -= ofoRGE “aso GREEN co “i 

POSTON. “He 3-400 ance. appir deny 2 [Cor au ce 24D0D = % .?t, “7 ‘SAM ROSEY —AD 4 “2700 


n be natein G@endiaat st Bouth Capi us 2 +3 brick: € = baths Sate 
“THE SERENE |e Becsaitin tenaicate— | Pr ae ee : piel Aas cs ree ee 


we — ¥ 
Immediate Occupancy 5 0 ee ee ee * iS eee 


} BEDROOMS x 
oi Artie | (ftraet, aterm, aot wate terre] HL. RUST CO 
POWDER RM let Fl ead ane rns, a rabie ‘es noais NA 8.8100 : : ¥ y . 13 = sO :. Ba BENTAL eT v + 
: : — ae e ve. ) <perirs . : ~_ J i. : - tor 
3 Bedrms., Fron? $132.50) $2ixs Sur pirenicaiet some] CHESAPEAKE | Stars mere ot ple Seem ee eee oe | 
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| Boucher Monge: BA Sar NORTH - —— i a via = , tied "Reatty. “oe ™ 
- 7 ts . . 7 Om hows : 
B NEW | wanearnres 238|/BEST BUY WILLSTON | tear, aera oa ea 
lock to apts Balen 3 é Air Conditioned ee 3o = 2 BEDRMS —3$6< 50 = ose a ae > megan _ any. : a wa 


lock from express bus hes- ana eta - 

H. G. SMITHY CO Elevator Building heel 2 teim-cieed berm / @ ewance ' PROM $72 50 : . of = 
Sil isth Ot. KW ST %3-3900 c ~— R walk-i? closets. laree Dy om... @ rete ; . f- Twe 
EXCEPTION ALLY aree 2. oe J 4V Sargent oad net. fuuy equinpee —a ; ’ . “zm 3 4 ante? “Waral Weas ane . 
Sos. iaree recep gt eae ae on ’ tac s _ , Soetttaa ~ - . 5 SECTS aaa 
: “Te Just of Pastern Ave : ; : —— a eS. ae 2 : wot hooks § - Gh ~ newly gecorated. rets 
Sa “ orate 4A. SGaergent Ra xz OF 7 . ay : 


a! $92 50-897 50 PER MO - Lt 7-TOS orgs > 4059 —s $3: cototie- is: 1s OF Cas — 9 rooms 
a 'amxs 2 Bedrooms, $140 PORESTY | $e, 


tk 4: pece con — © rr 
L -—. oe : ee SALE automotive store with 
ane Pentagon seater. 4 7 : — 7» hd owner 


AX 4 


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‘a 8. > INct Alt —— ~ 
ht UTILITIES INCLUDED AUTOMATIC WASHING MASBIST gunied 5 me "T__) BEDRMS COLORED —$99— 


oe “yr ee Ot. PLS EeaEet 7 RMS., BSMT. 
220 ALCON ‘ST. "NW RESISENTT MANAGER end ANTTOR APZ 8-1 Air Conditioned Rent | Bile —— ear ” 
Soh Mae ae deedine se: ees) = ON PREMISES "ta ee. + a beat ace aa Stee Petworth 
CAFRITZ -Di. 7-9080 ~~FAIRVIEW APTS. — 1615 18th St SE. Apt 4 $95 . pe onnet RA ty hm 
OMAR CIR. ¥ 7-394 


~ 906 "I" ST NW TLy-725 BRANDYWINE aT, 58. NEWLY DECORATED 
Newly- eaotetid Bid gice, roomy. | and 2 hedrme.| 1, : 
conrangziagerroms | da ape | ae eee ee 141s OP SOe 
Lares . : . et water end 65 willie ArT 
ig ae ts . : 313 DU SOM PL. SE Tes ” RES MGR. 13 
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_Sges Housing Corp quiet o Key st Apt 1 A 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD.'THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER ALD 
a Seturder, Jaly 14, 1956 OS 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 
re ae see RRO US Ae S| 382,000 
- “¥ briefly. 4 MNentgemery (County 

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Ds amr of . 1 — am _ =» & - — a . | -- osname ail ‘he ¢ inte a : aes ; : > | 0, 950-$84 Mo Ci rculation 

Carri (Mise Cimcty. =z - - ; —— am : - A, --- — oo « R + S & Saves : = ‘wie awit) TRU , a. we lee results 
OWN ‘s a to ; ’ ' : ee i rE 6 WOODW ARI t. |= ON pate . WVED- ; 1 Figs Ph, raat es 

~ = 2 . = rood 311 ais . or we hee 8 oF " | sain for Washington Post and 
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7 or re Spec tof v >. :, ° — , : } LJ : 7 / . t. . | : = ee Highwas 
. & DXLAND at wt . t matic. Gl exe 3 ema * eavile m6. i a <¥: Beautiful Berkshire 
TODAY = Sa et ele 1 rte OWNER TRANSFERRED 
| ‘ : fe STmamgtanas ar Tasos — SHEA | TAI " ROBERT E LOHR Below M Val 
SALE OF. C MOUSES 64 SALE ©. C HOUSES a te a li wer, aresenim RE 44000 “wl 9 
a | RES CD [= Sion — « ro oie canter a SED VETI THE cAeFORER 


eqaired 
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Huge Recreation Room 
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"AVAILABLE 
2 7 wr 
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5 &-8917) 
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OPEN 11 TO DARK r 
PYLES REALTY 


WWooGmoor Agency inc WER, Tres =. Nirery 
NOTHING LIKE IT 


HILLANDALE 
Oakwood Forest “FOREST 


For Bovs . ER mes 
New Brick 
MULTI-LEVEL HOMES ma 


"ALLIED “ae ~~ 
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Prices Start at $24,950 
= . ——— ceiA Cinencis 
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3 Ty CO mC re wet te Breocuhs Orgs BOON “TIL DARE 
CHEVY CHASE REAL INC wpe eed rahi te open vis 
3333 Conn. Ave. NW. EM. 3-1800 — POALHAM 2 CO. P Sarva 


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VIRGIN VIRGINIA VIRGINIA VIRGINGA | ——a ae € 
TET ARARIA me , — omnes “> | FULL PRICE—$5550 
PLERANRIA _—j)—, BROYHILL FOREST AUNSON HILL 


trie kite Nv ° | eeperten ~~, a ret i. 
a : . th a ~ - - . ae opie wo srmali anu 7 2» 
$14,200 | Sexe esst $15,650. | Eres 
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pym™m ts caiy §5 
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9 _ , ESBION a Hen: te prgek De. a oon | CALIFORNIA RAMBLER 
, ~s- ; . rH ~ ~e , - ‘ ase For rthe; mformeti aR SFT LIV KR. W FIRE 

eRe +T Tn .aTs : —_ , ; . . & por a ne = = water See 


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. ant in : : ' _ ay | ee, LOW PRICE 
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SALE SUSURE. HOUSES 47 —0 
MARYLAND : _ : ah ; sl? oO A + , ; Met ~uslieigith yer 
Montqemery ( eunty ? Parker Smith & Donnell : 
( ester ped trem Pre: dene a 


: entre ° Tremp + yt tth mg shace trees 

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“ * rrin i*,. “ : uipped <i 4 bey -— 3 ‘ ARDENS 
: fir-piece : n- TOF Aro 
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Ewer - FArmhraxk—sone 2 3 hetrown partielty 
2s - " : : =e te ~ ‘ expansior§ attic 
- aka ieeist Sri &k Cao remo }-d : 
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4 BEDROOMS <5 ai bs Gait | Set Fi, Ni NicHots 


ESTATE CO 


ToS 
C laremont Cape Cod McCAY & McCAY, inc 
acon: 4 . IRPA) UNTY HIS - 
— tree "EALNG REST ad Dp] NE RIDGE mi Six —gxaraep— te Loe 
-_ 160n i —~igeg ". ee? ae A OO .. Artie! 


. f RE Bhi ENTE | EBA EEPY HOLLOW 
REDUCED : . BRICK RAMBLER 
$1700 =f Ncoesiom: | Seo e MEORSO BRIE x AS 


sa 2a 
cikeros eas 
5 ge a. ao 


Walker & Dunlop ARL NGTON REALTY 
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S2EPry BOLLOW AREA Ne 
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a eT REDUCED $4000 
FORESTVILLE : ; ; _ whe 
a= > ® . ~ : 
SARCR OPT $2310 
Se Ft. Belvoir 
3 a on - - A 7 a _ , r 
as Washington Airport ii . iach 
" — ' reer ta ut : : ye. " 
GI—$250 DN LYNCH , Price $25.590 
. : , REALTORS __ FRED J. GEORGE, Realtor 
i Ve a ifen t stpeas and Th 
- Ree: ee Ther — & . 
Mannas Rit, : 110 SPRINGFIELD. 


ACEHIGH 


RAMB FR 


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: ‘ ; Par rivey Vrusuet Va at $3 
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Edw. R. Briggs, Realtor 


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ARLINGTON 


: : ess Stone Home 
a —~ <| one wateede 4 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS 
w pa avy : - : “ . 50 


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FRED J. GEORGE, Realtor 
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1 | : = a a alee : es = »-| Assume $11,700 Loan 
“SPACIOUS | Buses: yore ee 
NEW 
RAMBLER 


LOW ON CASH 
DN.. Gi VIRGINIA LISTINGS 
WANTED 


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Emi ee | IAL "REALTY 


Charmer! 


: fea S| is SRS, re es, | Fa BevEE“2 COOL SHADE 
Se ere vas ee | 


3 and 4 Bede 


Exactly | >%tomsnsim 
ia 7 . é . Batr 
As You Like It’ i 
car-cld antique brick rancher GI or FHA TERMS 
URIA BROS 
2048 Wilson Bivd 5 ‘ta 
HMDory TREC 
= = to — = 
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Arth Ll. Walters, Inc 
MN. RANDOLPH AT GLeRE | To egeeee 
neever en 
JA. Te 5200 min ie. ‘ros 
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ee a Bede 20ahe Ye Es gee SR [Rapaetiee $1000 Down 
SS ee ey FB * —| 2S ee ee sae dee i FULL ACRE 


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= - : ; enuca , + ; de : a its @ 
Age ear Sane ume ; : as 3" a oe ; 3 ; ; ¢ 
Tar a ~~" @ ~ a7? . ‘ - . a 


ee ° »> - e °ren 
niet see f vues ‘rom shepp — 
Easy ‘ria té @:stance of D S. ~ aE a. Pred ~ oni ~ 
, et ace, i ; t abe — . eo - 
~~ ; . 2 noe - »eterac Gseame iefec on ' ® ORT ARLIWOT ” being J. ye Reslty—JE 4. 4900 
- “ } - . “1 ’ ing! fe od ' eT $/ . rk Se ane 
Fh) “ee “> 3 Ls - ; ’ on Ditetee We vas ——. some oo eS on us , becewer' fhe See ate ; Tue a 
: a. % oo 5 ° =e 5 ; r : -— 2. \ compels’ o mee : ra ser 
eer ; on .- _ “3 ° _ —"%. VENSE —- - 


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SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. | SALE SUBURB. “WOUSES 67VA. | SALE SUBURS. HOUSES 67VA. : SALE SUSURE. HOUSES 6TVA_) SALE SUSURS. HOUSES 67VA.) SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA.) THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
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VIRGINIA ) 
Ceontineed F reeedi 


(Children) 
i NEEDED | 


lhece Expandible Houses 
Langley-McLean Area 


~~ $7500 
Por ©. Ari. Ve. 
trees 
Lee . 
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must set 6-3275. any time 
h~ SALE RY OWNER 
bedrm. 17 century 
in the country L7 
offer Must of 
Va Tusede 2 
settling with 
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3-i934. 
GORGEOUS RAMBLER 
bin @ith Tear ' 


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PACKED + HOUSE — 

McCay & McCay, Inc - 

[A S-a875 ves. JA. 24713 
ONLY Stee ron ALI THis— 

with a ing 


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ised. fi 
ROVSCHACH 6.950 


ier W Broad st. Pa is | ” HOLLEY REALTY 
SAVE. “SETTLEMENT s 


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REA! TY 


“HAPPY NEWS 
3! WONDERFUL HOMES 


“ARLINGTON REALTY. 


CASH TALKS! | 


$13,500'—ASSUME LOAN 


as & On shed 
rm. ang warn m acemen 3} good 


ARLINGTON "REALTY 


Large Family THE PICKETT CO 
with fireplace, dining rm. large) Member Mutual Cuent’s Buchs 


_ SACRIFICE 


‘oer ork fam 


4 BEDRMS 
2¥%2 BATHS 
Full Finished Re 


Seosrate din. rm., ioe 
Brick and Frame 
$18, 930 

Ex = EN T ER 
MOREL L REAL FY 


JA. 5-3704 or SO. 5 


lf you’ re tired 
an evel i pies “™ 
. Richardson 


Redw Bicg + 
MILITARY —+t 
ate Dora 


Short on cash 


DISTINCTION 


4 Bedrms 


YEONAS REAL TY 


Pea 
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Split Level =: 
Supreme | “édw. R.Br 


re : 


dsatut oit— 


~ Morell Rea! tv inc 
BRICK RAMBLER 
ne countryside 3 bedrms 


- $650 DOW'N 
ae 
REALTY CU 


For Als at “OWNER 


o> me 


NING LX CHS CO 
niversary Year 
55 WILSON pay ARLINGTON 


Gli APPROVED 


(yw : ear 
= >+h) ee 


3 BEDRMS —2 BATHS 
pleas : “Seer Quick 
g's Mason Green Co 
ative oe . 
R. Briggs, Realt 
~“Tts "BEAUTIFUL L 
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; i4 for OUR 
1ACH REALTY 
Ps : 


” Soni th ’& D Bs 
~ EXOTIC INTERIOR ~ 


Parker, 


~ You and Yours 


ireopace 
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. r 
oe veteran Parker Smith 8 Donne 


Arfax F Realtyv—JE. 4-4900 4 << 


SUBURBAN LIVING 


THESE OFFERINGS HAVE PRIVACY. AND A '« ACHE 
ACRE TION 


LOIT—YET HANDY LOCA 


$14.600 Gl—4-sedrm 
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fu nesrire 3 
creened oe - 4m ACRE OF WOODS 
— = ee 


A’ ) 
“w. BASEBOARD MEAT. 7 min 


CROWELL & CO., 


100 MB. Glebe Be. 


INC. 


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cEORGE HW RUCKER CO 


1403 KN Courthouse Re 


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“pe ent pute eohors — Like Rent 
yee etret 

“ne : ‘” 

olan Same 

~i-acs heme m 


“"HOLLEY rie MBIA PINES 
S000 Lee Hey KE 6-1 


SUBURBAN 
“FARM HOUS a 


tadivricualian 
- “© a 


- ie 
C2em forest Shreve 
° ec¢room =» 


ececat Set rY—<« 
“* - n ~ 

a. 5-088 andes a4 " 

asYSTORe® #£4.7" 


NON GI OPPORTUNITY 
= Very Low Down Payment 


MASON MIRST , , , ire Wineos 
. . . 7 4 


__ VIRGINIA 


“THRIFTY 
$500 DOWN hid 


anyvene whe Wants to serve | 
~» 4 = vou tmecine a dSfati~ | 


Seturday, July 14, 1956 
SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 
IGINIA 


VIRGINIA ) 
2 TO | ; SPRINGPIEL 5D 


; >. > 
OUT-OF-TOWN 68 
DELA 
furnished 
in 


nit ates 
Large J)-ped + N 


SALE, 


h 
im Be oh PrankigedsrBel* 

) ethany an NGricks 

ki ~ agg BY batt Facts Not Words “€ : y, re ete ill he nen 
ood, age | A_ LIST YOU'LL LIKE | Wainer or\ pnone MOumey 2-636, 


“K ~ wer ~ ae A. ex 
jek; __ VIRGINIA _ 


"521 yt 
Manassas 


3-bedrm brick someter, 
neig! hborhood. liv. rm 


Town & Country ‘eiing 
TE. 6-!1415 9 TILL 9 


| 
EXPANDIBLE ) 
BRICK CAPE COD | 


heuvure for 


ai 
thee, te Mason school 


TVY Hitt Alex. 3 
rms. 1 Dat vig 
rec. fm. $621,500 


rm 
altachea gareee, 
. +e 


WELLINGTON the Po- } 00 or 
" 7: hen | 
a, Norman Realty 
Center Bt —Manassas. Va. 
Phone Manassas 63 
Open i Sun 


~ ROUND HILL, VA. 
and modern 
entrance 
Syme: dining room 
wa carpeting 
INGTON recreation 


| ? , room 
full Sasement x Pinas “Sasement room 
INGTON REAL ie bath oll hot-wa' e 


Wilson Bi HOLMES RUN  ACRES—Con- 


: of 


| POOREST 4 
le )-car garace 
er 19.950 
ALEXANDRIA 


naer ho 


em acre it 
$16 sho Commutt s 


arpor , : rm 9 ¥, 
and redwood. 619.950 _——. 3 Round on a. Telephone 


REAL ESTATE WANTED 69 
WILL BUY PROPERTY 


Brick or frame, white of cal Quick 


. t mim? 
spancy 52000 cash 
nadie 


a A | rae 1 


law 
ane the 
_ 


cm t Bia 
nee 


al Sxonees 1 
Wer? rat 
‘Masente "ex oT. 


Custom-Bu It 


tT ne 


aco\e 


TH DARK 
510 Bresten PF 


iller Real Estate 
cA 5S 2088 


ALF RANDRIA 


OPPORTUNITY 


Is ITT 


“OPEN 1 PM 


the “aml: 8 tree 
peme rai BOW —TO- 


THE M. H. BARRY ORG 


= > 


sss08 Select Norwood 
we b, - Bre — , i> a 2 Sawer ae “— _ = 
ALZZAWDRILA AXKaNDaLs . 
ONE LEeFi 


BRADDOCK AC 


VERSON av x 
xT 38 . 
Eves "Mire Browne sO 
ar : Ae 2 ? 


CRES 


SUNDAY ‘TIL 7 P.M 


wick remiie 


ARLINGTON 
REALTY CO. 


"7 Vee F< 


EXANDRIA 
_$! 4 JO-GI 
tek = — 
. 
REAL ESTAT! 
Ja. 55608 


ALA ZANDRIA 


BrADL ee 4 HEIGHTS 


ARLINGTON 
’ CLI AREA 7 & 
vs x | s. 


— 


a 


_ Ideal 


Gara a 
BEAUTI CL GR > 
Comme ryweaith 


= 


»* ‘Der? eo. ~ 
ama : 


new age of wing 


East Vienna Woods 


RAMBLERS, SPLIT-LEVELS 
914,750 to $18,950 


ALFZEANORA ARRA 
OPEN 2°TIL & 


MARLAN HEIGHT 


ope: gn 
ART POST. REALTOR 
| Vat. & Airs a. S-a000 
wens Bar-o* 
. on Deecuea P<" Feng m Chae Eeidee Fo 
<s 


= Ss oe OF [ese geet Beast Ed 
me. \ Toe Gece bt Gece Se Vie 


_YEONAS REALTY 


. fan = 


TOWN OF FAIRFAX 


TOP BRACKET BUYS 


ONE ONLY * BRICK SPLIT 


ONLY ONE BRICK RAMBLER ava 

Tu Ps sere? Sere"e er “™ . 
Sw S288 Geer peraes Pw 
JA. 3-5550 


ONE ONLY 85° RANCHER—CO 


becrooms. 7 tethe TYO-car eiteche!? gerese 
eT eTeanee Tes 


ares of 13° kicker Per interme 


"Ter eee 


$149 month!y 
Prncipal & Interest 
ONLY ONE 75’ RANCHER with BASEM eNT—COR 


‘4 Setreeme 7 See Gen rercetiees cone 


ragt, TWO fireplaces Por 


‘' s 2 ge 
niet cal da 1-458 


DIRECTIONS Pree 44% @T SRUDOF ao SETLIST Sor weT 
ROUTE =236 tere Tet end greceet “f-eure eof secon’ 479 S942 eoeret ¢ 
eveart TOWN of PAaMPrak ow LITTLA SIV SLL eee 
eaagr Ture righ! tie communtt? emf cetomue ww eet et ere Tam 2 
ant prereset spe bBo 2 SED Seow a oe 


WILLIAM KAGAN COMPANY, 
A-iageae Tuer Budtieg 
1515 N. Court House Road Arucgton 


— * sTuorTrT?T ex's 


wr 
2oead 


, 2 rebe eed eur 
KS 7 


INC. 


EXCLUSIVE | REALTY CO. 


- 
tad 


Location ie. 


BROADMONT | 
Eases! $7500 


COMPLETE FR 
s *.BEDROO \ 
R OWN WITH 

UNFIT te ISHED 2D 


uth Robbins Real £ te Ce or nights 


FARMS, 


LAND, SALE 


MARYLAND 
CONGRESSIONAL. Cc OS BE 
REA Ve desirab 2.182- -0ct 


: _ raded 
GI c of pocraph 
> , ~ ai- , 1581 Ol 
" . , 1.2 


A WONTH 
PR INC INT TAXES & INS 


NO MONEY DOWN 
~arm. hoe n ose-it 
; n n Tita *Aaremern a. 
OPEN DAILY rect 110m ; Seei nes DeLlevine 
. : 4 
TIONS PROM WASH NON G) 
Ri RLY } \) 


nore rT loar 

:1] Dasement 
erice 813.900. 9050 
. ane ren = 


"A ARL INGTON 
(ONE MANASSAS 685 hs ran 


re ra o 


Special FHA 
Military Loans 


ARE A : LABLE He ward County. Ol¢er 


nNrr2 ac 
‘ " improved A. . asbes- 
Di 


Realty Co 


naron 
3 . . Ge 


SANCH TYPE 
AIR cecal wistarnagee 


CONDITIONED 


S4.Fr. C Rambier 


1d 
sund own PA 


wood ‘Park ~- 
-acre 


. . : On va * 
$] 3 R00 . _- ; ss. _ water Pe ed 
he « . 


mston 


iiding restric. 


Le Canren ‘3 


— — 


bedrm rws eTs M LEO 


re 
dayilg asemer 
VIRGINIA 


be parmes price Obi 
; $ 9400 > DOWN $60 m6. buys for $2688 


IMMACULATE 


: : ; ' ‘s : ec rm : ape Cae ri 
Aree 7 Pv pasemet 


Estate ; ht | pric $146.950 


= see tp) 
444 


VING "seit LEVEL 
& SUN 


> 
Real 


GRACIOUS 
OPEN SAT 
1-8 


} | Lee ney 120 
: , —_ _ - ——— a et ( ’ rms 
- ° : wit 


POMPONIO ye? Nawe and 
Career Officers Presents 


rrenton 
> 7 


. 


° 
Ma 
| ALL REAL 7 ¥. 


a) in ar ass ream 
at buildings 


> ' - - : ; ~ mode —— 
akee ood : rig? . ro . fees and shrubbery. 45 nere(e : 
»" pen s° ' . sr 500 erms. Immediate posses 


- , " tren - " 4 
own & Cour try Rea ry : : ~ + - 308 ACRE stoec - haAreter 
TE 4 1415 9+ 9 ~ ment riced RY ™E Saree eee & acre 9° 


oven fasonead ¥ 
TREES. -TREES, TREES 


. : 
OPEN 3 P.M 
. ed ern 
PROPERTIES 
PERROW 
7 


SMALL DAIRY 
rPARMS 

wo MES RUN MING TON 
ewepeorary rer 7 ‘4 ' 


ARLINGTON | Seritiubetnreat | cown—cowvenrionat, | Experts 


— n : 
be arranged to sult Super 


WAKEFIELD FOREST WATCH YOUR 


PUT Ue WIFE 


— 275° Ve Fnen TOU 


ng : : 
Fags te = ee, SW 


Barse 
a 


DOWN BALANCE 30 


- ~ ‘A ‘an 
Ratigh Ave 
, ° a & lowt : . $09 ¢ $38 44 monih. 
1 sill | 2 acres 


| Garx 
LINDSEY Pomponio ae, SANS: al” 
JA x RICHARDSON & - 2: 


it a JA. 7- 6660 10 ACRES 
FALLS CHURCH | res ge a 


a hehe aPLAY SAFE. | Eas 


NO MONEY DOWN TO 
QUALIFIED VETERANS 


e'ter-ces 


hbathroorr 


YRS 
helie@er oF 
adapted 
5 rooma, 


monta.ys 5 


Vernen Mem . ° 617,500 


118 5S Goat or mt 
one Mapass 
: 


we winGows. sen 


ACCOREES —Lots ‘from $650 woes: 
10%. do be) sis mo . day 


> 


PA. ‘. 
—i0 desireabdie lots, 
water sewer’ 


enivy $1250 se 
, : *o a 
Premises Daily CA 7 MA 


Ee we | 
7 


- > t Reute 7 te Pals Church 
Parker * | beck We 
Parker s Palis Church. va 


LARCHMONT REALTY, INC. 


3163 JE. 3-1830 


ANGEL PARK 


BLOCK BEAUTIFUL TAYLOR RUN PARKWAY 

ALEXANDRIA’S CHOICE LOCATION 
Semi-Detached Homes 

REALTY CO 


3 BEDROOMS. }! 2 BATHS AT | arsibeNriay, pul Taine ie 
$14, 790 aie ; sere es ea he 


MA 


adjot nines poe Ruy surround 


Paved road. Price 

° $4509 
40 Mmepect cal 
inc., Realtor 


ngion aI Alex. Va re | or Mrs 
TODAY 


tee) 

at ANY ACE tee let 

a inst wea — 
wooded | 


“OPEN 


rest ir icled 
, orn 
* PYLEs 


Jones Point bridge Ace 
ree lees thren 61006 en sere 
res. water -J as, Within 
D ¢. bee. Other ecreage 


C MURRAY 


idea , 
couNrhy 
ing 


orti + 


ONLY $300 DOWN 


Dramatic Ramblers ee tet 
ROSE HILLS FARMS peo UM 


See and Compare 
$14,950 — 30-year VA loans | 2." ee 3. : 
r Immediate Occupancy . | 


Aw.) 
Seve ered aye 
Fi ft " on 
ise be oo earn: 
16014 
ne pide cia. Nee 
“arene 45 


ole 


ite 5-661) er 

~ VORGINTA 
ARL.. N.— 2) lots of 

Artax of ee “je y *2900 Water sed sewer im. 82 

o_, am) Aes 


47 
f 


pha 


Pr 


ed trom 
Some Fo 


at. 
each 
take BARCKOF ERTAYER— 8h 
yee liy wooded 

Price & . 
2-6672 or El. 


5 Minutes from 14th St 


Open Daily 10 AM 


ECTIONS: isth st 
oa mot er 
=! oe 5 


; : . on @on st ° 171600 = 
: sO" ra ~ F aM 

ri . a . y] a —— r; 
= oge a2 Wer bs + operles RE oy ction 
. EDwAakDs PEALTY Half Moon rd nearly ', acre #4 
iw, DA K fromiese: excel. we. 


w) in vew we ena 
Ahir ev a sre ." 


fd 
7. mer bsridse es Frenconis 
sos MILL em irance 


MORRELL REALTY, Inc. 


7044 Wilson Bivd. Ar! ngton, Va. 


SO. 5-560! or JA. §-3704 


“ Ae 
B: “ae le eu me»  Wnaetoe 
ie Le ‘< 


waterfront, beaut 


5. Wash 
sale—ao) w ak 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD | TRAMERS, SALE 


Seturday. July 14, 19356 
73 WATERFRONT, RENT 


AO 
LOTS FOR SALE. 


*erereR 


an 


AMERICAN 
TOP VALUE 


VIRGINIA 


Centinerd F rem Preceding Pate 
WILL SUBORDINATE 


360 Ra 


CAPE COD 
_ MASSA CHUSETTS 
~~ Uno "AF DOu 
rc rm 

im ’ 
5ine-¢ \ eT 
immec tate : 


AR? 
: 


ae RALD HARBOR L 
0 Af 


Loc RHAVEN 
ft icbens 
pal 


secre 


vertctien + 
i. " 

SORTH BEACH far 
sewer 
" ; ° ty EEWOROTH Seach 
AY a Meta‘ ern ant ; 


ows ¥ v 


“6 ACRES |conaal 


WOININ ARE —< 
f rrr 
Won nA} ' 


ES seg | LOCHMAVES 
Mt REAL 
T2200? 
ACREAGE, SALE 


VIRGINIA 
AREA 


ante 
wV- 

> a¢ 
4 
, 


“nDNOoOOD. »& 
a t " ar 


Mrs J 
ON BAY 

ESTA “ub 
ar 


ESTA re 


3 444 


75 


> 
mier 


JA 


: rate A ti. 
MODERN WINTERIFED : 


MeLEAN. VA 
1 o4 - =e 
ens MeCAY 
IN¢ j £8.86" ‘ al F ’ : 
OAKTON PATUARENT-cWPeaP 
sites on F New furry ambie 5 
_ 


mn pa 


ti { AY ; 4 r 
. * 
genera RD 
7 ares . 
. “ 


A we Sel 
ar ea eer 


STLVAWY ORT S 


cCAY 


°° @ an 7 

SCTENTIOTS cCLipPs 
tease : 

ae Ree 

MADISON. o 


we ACHES ol 
ate m= OF 
re (lee . 
‘WA : : 


Me TPAR 
sc kes . 


is : Vb 
§ aie —-, 


: , 
WAaATERFRONY 


. 


oc 
aare 


WATERFRONT, SALE 


MOBILE HOMES 


"5S? PALACE 
REDROOMS 
$3095 

' PAYMENT CAN BE 

AS LOW AS $400 


STARLINE 

BEDROOM 
577° . 
Tow 


TERM 


EXCEL ONE 


ov WEF coxpn 


ASK ABOUT OUR 
Lease Purchase Plan 


Reoat A ie Treble Rented 


AMERICAN TRAILER 


fwoen Weekdays 


PF a, srocs 
~ 


ROTC HR 
aND NASH 


Sa 
BI AIR ' MOBILE 
HOMES Se Ae # 
Pains : 
$s = 5. 
PERSONAL LOANS 
ader 


| 
: 


*maell oa Lew: 


CASH LOANS FROCITRED—On so 


UNION AUTO ‘CREDIT 


Need MONEY > 


6. 550° 
Be 
140K 
ANS 

* + | 


HOt + Hol FINaw : ‘ On 


#% 


cal BAPE ARE BAY VACATION PLACES 


” TT 


ran 


ALT FUGaPNY wTS v 
- 7 ve rr a 


meTMaNy 


, 
Long Beach 


ACIOUS 


nesacn pri 


. 4 errr 
1S Tine MAIN? 
~ - a 


~ - 
iJ 
Lv, ¥. : : v P 


TRUCKS, SALE 


CHEVROLET 
, —? 


"940 
RANBOM 
Me. PA 


rare. 


es 


. 
CHEVROLET 


. 


cme 


we § 


= 
DOGS. PETS. KENNELS 


76 


AMERICAN PIB RIES Sis 


BEAGLE- z; 


mes 7 


OW “TERR 


ROA RS—AK*( 
: . a 
reise 
_ 
BuAtRs 


~F 


: aa ' 
ROAR OFT 


PO.ERS 
< Aim’ 
Smt A 


cHnini 


Cae 
2° 


‘ wim Amt ~~" 


— 5 
— 


COCKER rceries. 


COCKER 


aFioHOTH REACH. DFT 


Cis AER 
(oC KER 


COLLIE 


coll 
cout 


OLE 
vv 


rive - 
v « Res COLLII . 
s >ra ; be 

POREST ¢ . ‘ 
. cir? TERRIER 


a 


; —~w 
ai RW OOD 

«> ~- + ' F Vv 
sorTH RIVER 

e Sha 


: 7 ; 
D HSHLND 


- 


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> . 


ve 
water e . 
: BACH: WOND Pu 


KE 7049 
BUNTING $45 s ; 
anie _ 7 BAC ashe Nb 


DALMATIAN rPUrrirs 
neg ' _ c 


—_ 
ENGLISN sSsETTee 
> 7 


Paper 
APP Rah 


{FRM AN SHEPHERD 


CTRMAN SHEP 


intial! <P TTtRs 


ini-e STIR 
al t 7 . 
IRISM SETTOR PUrs 
iTS ’ abu n 
; . 
ARTTTPANS 
; ; ~ 
POODLE PLUPPriis 
. ws 


roopl bd rturris< 
Sy Bos =. Koowte 

STs CLIFs—! ‘ 
' age 3 sii 
POODLES 
7 7 


- 
. redenss ck 


"RETR EAT. 


nd COTTIE, 


‘Nk Cc. Schwartz | 


Tou ATERPRONT SPECIAI 
Colo BREACH Large 
Anest : ra Mis 


cTAMERE ‘kerress 


Watertront 


CWEVEOLFT 


phoce 


FORD 
ser 


- , 
. occa, on 


FRANK SMALL JR , INC 


$3: 


Porc ia. 


ro 
4e 
sake 4 


ROS ENTHAL 


* 


795 
Chevrolet 
Gie 
. 


DUWP truce 
e 454. 
INTERN ATIOVAL We 
Sak Fxuce ‘ '* Be 
ar owner HE 4.500 
INTERNATIONAL sare 
er _ $156 200 ww 


. iI +07 
Teepe Tecrua. a 
truck sil mod 
Se a? sf? .¢ or 
INTERNATIONAL 


ac . r< 
VAN BODY —i<. 
“4 rn ted sith ee, * 


= 
*, -tea 
beater 


pick ep 


bear 
ieee, Ne. 5578. 


- 
a 


x 


Pewergivde > 
bea ae 


» 


wes . 
“=e «weer 
1 om Ne. 6655 se @ 


anes > 
beater red 
Ne. 41158. 618 


= 


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= 


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“a ch -ee 
mareen 


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nee 


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sreee. Ne 


——_—_—_—_—> ——_ OS OO O—_ OE _ OO 
AUTOMOPILES WANTED 96 


JUN a. WANTED Parime up 
7-429 


7 
> 
— 


AU TOs trucks — ec 
pe y 80 for 


>ey : § 
— "KIRK 


CRE OR CARS 


Y MARE OR MODE 
BROWN MOTORS 
Vi NW wo 4- -—~ 
— ed. $1) 

pieeup. 20. & 67 ie 
SEE ’ CAES—ST ATION 
'PS WOl + pores. 
wis 7A p14 


CARS| 
NEEDED 


weak 
MO 


yt aha war 


.it8 


HORSES, LIVESTOCK 


Siesepeake, Bay 


PPORT' 


IMMEDIATELY 


76A 


tea 


SADDLE HORSES 
. as —*ee "Fr "es = 


49's to “55's 


reberate t meet of SOE 


7 
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FARM AND GARDEN 


rT? : 


(, ARDEN 

s) Ay “ee a MCTTORS 
: Mac PFA ; : 
SODDING work 
7 xt Ra 
. Sow « 


FARM MACHINERY 


ree 
Lar 


LU. 1-1236 
DISCOUNT 


CARR D 
RD NE 


APN NING 


PENNY 


rs 


MUST SELL — 579 
> ae ; 


MOTORCYCLES. ETC 


se 
Make— from Cadillacs 
Tn Cnn 


MOTOR 


Cars 


c ean 


SALES 
LA €-2200 
cm = pais 


MARLEY 1950 4 
, sae _ ‘ HARLEY. Davison. 

Chesapeake Co 

Be 


ON THE ; POTOMAC 


want ey. Ba rpson— 
SP 44 


TaAILERS: SALE 


* ee P N 


(he a 


540 or FP. ©. Box 
Wi CL PAY HIGH 
“FLOOD PONTIAC 


- 


MING 6 


CHARLES 
- : ; 


& 


* 
cc’ 


$ : 
‘ SPORTSMAN 
condities 


pest con 


porches. S.e¢p 


4221 Co nnecticut Ave 


our en? make any 
© Gs Tire? | 


| 


m9 


ERLSESE. 


Cor. 3. Capitel sad Pia. Ave. FE OL 


NOTICE TO READERS 


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knowingly publishes misleading, fraudulent, 
“hait’’ 


or 
advertising. 


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the premise that the product is properly described 
in the advertisement, is available at the advertised 
address, and will be willingly sold to the consumer 
at the price and conditions stated in the advertise- 


ment. 


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faithful compliance with these conditions, we 


would appreciate knowing it. 


Advertisers who deliberately violate these stand- 
ards will not be permitted to use our advertising 
columns. 


Just call or write the Better Business Bureau, 507 
Perpetual Building, NAtional 8-2727, of which 
this newspaper is an active supporter. 


AUTOMOGILES WANTED 96 AUTOMOBILES. SALE 


97| AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


| BUIMK— 52 Super hardtop RF.) iera 
& b.. Drnafow. Sky dilue 
white top No 


WANTED "BUICK “52, 


IMPORTED 
USED CARS ecuenele low 
woes Pies ead € HICKS CHEVROLET 
x MERCURY. head ha 


55 Super 
oor 


-STUBBS. | 
DEALER 

— | | 
hardtop , and eray. 51586 
to hard mh] Capito 

pitol Cadillac. Olds Co 

53) : 

C—19s4 “62” 
ippea Vers | low mile 

= wd ced te 

ban ga Re Olds 


— Nd _—- ag 
OL. & 


a ; equipped. 


4-dr.. 


oe Coronet 4-| eau 
b) 


Subu 


iz. 


‘29 BUICK 


“REPOSSESSED” 
$1787 TOTAL 


$180 


nowy _ 


| Manhattan ‘Auto, Inc 


ol R STS. NW 


= fully “ecutpped . 


wort 
ah os 


iown and take ap pay ments 
owne ow mi wage. fully 
terrific buy! Service- 


of oe rs financed 


BLASS & CLARK 


COR. © CAPITOL & FLA AVE. NE 
AD. 4-9882 


PEALERS 


any mare 


SOUTHERN merc = 6cars Ly 
tesnearats : . 
stat : 

Al SAL LES ‘ 

vert Me 


= CASH FOR CARS 
Ary Make 
BILL DENIS, INC 


POU WARM «welcome ax 
ae Ba! NES a. es © 


> ye 
Ls 


oa a tires 
*) 
ADIL Cc 
Mm Derade Convertible 
eeul — Lee mileage -” ~~ 
tion ae owner 
Tms 
x riser REEFE MOTORS 
Ly 2 HYATTS e. WE LI. 4- ooh 
_ 20 48, 60 Special 
* Hydra-Matic. 
ows. white-wall tires 
4 - 


tifel Al pine 


equipped tneledin Cont inenta! 
Kit. Specia) at 
Bt iM BR—1955 pegacmectes sedan. 2- 
en 


ie merisr sedan. 2-1 Suburban a 
N “=! 
pore rake Gate" COC) BARLEY BOPTINO, COTE, 
Capitol Cadillac-Olds Co. ‘ : 
222. 224 St. NW ST._3-2800 


Ly Super equnvertinte: A . 
rn 


a utiful 
; ouass ‘221 173 ay pert ofter. 
TA 


7 
N@ Geaiers. -2899 


'54 BUICK 


Super Riviera 
HARDTOP 


Ls 


= 
Ts 
—_ 


BUYINGIT! 
Fighes't pr ces pald for 
ars —o ~4, - 
EMERSON & ORME 
(BUICK) 
ith end M Ste NW 
* Rhode ad Ave. FF 


electric 
A lusury harctep beau! 
may buy MONT 
BS Linco!n- Mer 
. 27158 Bladensburg re 
Pr 71-2929 Ta 
caDtiac— 55 Model 
Ville: + eauipped 
electric alien” wr 

dition 


show 
AKERS "OLDS. CADILLAC CO. 


¢ 
either ef our 
' 


a 


inelvudine 
con- 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


Pairlingteon Sheppinge Cente 
v es ose 
r et bb. NDED 


Lee D Sater’ 


C ACE’ Full Price 
ROADSTER aul... 


Inc 


take 
Por 


mate 
condition 
_ Darments 


“MILLER MOTOR CO. 


16 FLORIDA AVE. NE 


LI. 4- 2396 


TmMAS 
“ ws 
so” 


— ’ 
+3004 
be Homt* } gupe v ile. 
ully nial peed. po 
~~ apare 
Cap itol Cadillac: Olds Co 


24 at 


2-tone green 
steering 


| NES 


: 
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tire 


oy “‘sedanette. 
Sl Riviera. Drne “ang B . 
52 Super Riviere ss 
h.. 6699; “33 


» 


Air-cond ition) ing. 
ery low mileage, Reduced to $3395 


Suburban Cadillac-Olds 


¥ SROPPING | et > 


2000 miles 
HORNER y CORNER Buick 
Pua. eve. ne. at 6th LI 


b _ 
t73909 
Dealer 
6-4 


. Sparen. 6000 new 
t cond. $3680. CL 6-1 788 


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ee 
United A ito Sales 
Dealers : 

PREE M4 INSGTRA TIO? 
3 Rood 1° “- Wh 


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"Oren st NDAY AFTER 


AYyT 


ANGLIA—P: efe 
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OLKSW AGEN 


[Ir rPORD MOTO RS Inc 
on 


” ABOVE CAR ~' 


Manhattan’ Auto 


Sales af : 
Ameria 
7TH AT R 


Retry 


sUaris-weRLEY- 
ROS NTHAL 


Gieve Roed & Co.iume * Pe 
7 . 


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pramar FCoE 


“CAITHNESS 


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‘Rhode Islan 
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LOOK AT THESE VALUES: 
‘SS Chrysler _ $2,695 ‘54 Ford 


New VYerker St. Eeste 
herdten: Pewerfiite. F.5.. 
raz r & ha - 
tives. Dodge $895 
$2, 095 “2. vs Gosqarte, ever- 
ms ore . ve, tene 
a : :. paint. 


$1,395 
Renckh Weeon: heater; t- 
tene paint. 


:"S3 Chrysler _ $1,195 


> 


tives 


AG 495 °s3 ferd 


“st. 995 ee meme v- o ueaane 


"S1 Plymeyth 


Convertibie; r. 


*- "49 Plymouth 


' Cheb sedan. As is. 


The Kine invites 8 RSW Un Wes WO, 
Party at Al's Moters, Sat. July 14, 68 P.M. 


“CAITHNESS Buick 


Ave Be wl 


roca 
OT 5 e008 bay | 

zk oes ~ 
paint. 


$1,795 
Station Wagen 4-ér. 
passenger. Mercomatic, 
heater; 2-teme paeiet. 


$545 


"52 BUICK” . we 


Super 2 


a nafow 


BOYLE "MOTOR, SALES 
lL Ave NE HO. 23-0008 
38 Cent ury hard to. Dynes 


a ates “e655 


A) _ rr on Fees 


CmAL SEM 


gives 


wi EELER, INC. 


Ba 
@-$0:3 
. 


97 | 


vdra.. = and 
ant ack 
* 4-éf,, and 
Excellent 


wotey = 
h.. ya , ads -w. tires 
condition 
McKEE. PONTIAC 
“PONTIAC MBANS McKEE” 
5335 Wis. Ave ST. 3-7107 
‘CADILLAC—'55 7-passeneér Beau 


tiful bliack finish Pully eaulppe 
m lenge. Private owner. Bpe- 


Beart . 


AUTOMOBILES, a 


EBMG ONS: 


c mv ROLET— . + ~¢ 
green Bho — 
radio and ~ 


FRANCIS & PARSONS 


YOUR SE DODGE. PLY MOUEE 
2116 Nichols Ave_ 6 


Se 
ae » va. 


condition. 


cial at $499 


| Suburban Cadillac-Olds | 
BR Y SHOPPING CENTER 
\ BET re A. MD . | 
OPEN SATURDAY 
| CADILLAC—1955 62” coupe 
Ville Coddess 
E. Puilly pn ee | 


powes brakes. $4195. CCC guaran 


| Capitol Cadillac- Olds Co 


wh nd 
al Bs conditioning 
a8. one cuarent 


| 9 Cadillac- -Olds Co 


_J222 234 St NW. ST 3-29800 


LU. 4-2880 LU 
CHEVROLET..1954. 2-door 
Radio eater, low mileage 
AD. 2-64232 

CHEY 2.dr. Buc 


— i, 2 x 
new batie?y. good 


4-1 777 
eedan 
$12 


an * = at 


EDMONDS (Ford) | 


9 3298 Wilson Bivd.. Ari.. 
= -~Ra2 

: — Ss 

Powerg ide 


Sa CHEVROLET BEL AIR 
o-do08 R. & 4. Pull power. Brand | 
: tires eyeing two-tone blue! 
irish De ‘. this Saturday 
spec) 
HICKS “CHEVROLET 
6929 OCvrorgia Ave 
3-0100 


R 
cues ROLE T—1963- 
’ « oe 


Mr. Stal! 
" Stohiman 2 re 
- 2 ’ iQ MA St NW 
AD 614 AD 
1956 CHEVROLET CORVE 


ay AF standard 


asior ; ; ate delivery 
gman Chevrolet 


\ Glebe Reé. and Colunibia Pike 

D ; 67h) 
getter Te fA 
~ 1987 #! r ; 


EDMONDS (Ford) |} 


2 nd - 
3298 Wi Bi hes Ar 


ce ato seae with 


TS 
100% cuarant ee D 


~ 


TTt 


20 


, SUPERMATIC poTyns 
le + . = 49°90 


inciuede 
lke ne 


private 


4 
ies 
Gath oh 43-33: 9229, ms 


green Exc eptionally 


FRANCIS & PARSONS 
YOUR &F Th Ah YMOUTH 
Zs Nichols Ave 


beautiful as 66 
Bermuda green re@ie and 
mileace Ce 
pow today 


: M) 
g. TES Chevrole 
3270 M ST. NW 


AR. ae 


re " pewer 
concition 
appreciated 


FRANK ¢ ieee INC. | 
on i Bx irs 


uto te ans 


7 


Repossessed 
eee 80 Total. 


sec a er 
nails: mechanically seed 
c ~- be h 


+ 


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“eal for 


12) 


CMEY ROLET —1953 
. lexe 

hed mn 
upbaistaned 
stray patent 
sta va 
cieal sor 


Advis hes 
| "FOLLIN- PACKARD 
one oe ow. Air Ware = — 


Stand heate defroster. 
—™ over tur- 

interior 

at 


1-409) 


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hard = ina im 
3 95 


weer 


| 4000 Ge Ave. 


OPEN SINT) A 
; 3 Bel 


i¢ aEVROLETS 


top eaulipoed 


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mu- 
i 


Hi KS a dOast ee 


— 190 s Ave 


gp £198 yer 

CWRYSEE 1960 New, 

coupe: Bbiack. fully equipped. power 
brakes 09s 


~ | "| Capitol Cadillac: Olds Co. 
CURYSLER worl ta 


excelent % 
per 
1840 


ra fa a hs 


6. “a 


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c.eear 
perf.' 


“150.” ' Lin nt 
as 


mech. cond. 
es: . OL 


matic iraneonton 
a 
in es oS brakes. " skeclient 


“SPECIAL. TODAY 
. $895—Now $690 


“POLLOW CAR IN SEY TO SMI” 


Suburan Motors, Inc, 


951 Pershing Dr.. 


We Have The! 
PACKARDS 


vies, One 

COVINGTON MOTORS 

7301 Wis. Ave. (Beth. 
OL 0 


“The Gerace with « 
Conascicnce”™ 


"SS PLYMOUTH 


Betvedere cheb setdant redie, 
heater, Powerfirte, W.-W. tires: 
es beseetifel ene-owner «car 
Saterday special, $1495. 


4. L BGrewn Pontiec, Inc. 
1545 Wikeon Ged. Ari. Va. 
JA. 2-5657 
CLOSED SUNDAY 


BUTLER-BARGAINS 
$10 DOWN 


LEE D. BUTLER, Inc. 
1121 2st Street N.W. 
District 7-011) 


LINCOLN-MERCURY 


—_--- 


OK Guaranteed Us 
SPECIAL 


7a. & & 
wet ae few 


"55 Buick 
Sk pe la 
53 Pontiac 
62 Cadillac 


Hydra Matic 
Coupe de Vi! 
’ aH. 


Precision Germeon-« 
ve te 4M. PF. G 


Ee 


Ke oe LL 


4-deor, & & H. 


by dromot<« 


TERMS 


ed Cars 6000 


lew C¢ 

“me. $1995 
$1695 
$1595 
$1095 
$1895 
$995 
$995 


$795 
TO SUIT 


0 Buic 


‘e 


49 Nash ; 
'46 Chev. 


rotted , 


48 Crosley 
YOUR BUDGET 


HEY, THERE! 
Don't Pop That P 


orker! 


OUR PRICES ARE KIND 
TO PIGGY BANKS! 


VALUE USED CARS 
ost—Good Trensportation 


50 Dodge ai 2 
OO Cheyslor 1s" 


"60 Studebaker 5°" 
49 Cidemebite are 


9 ell 
Eq. pped, 
Geed Cendition 


ape |_Y\/|\||ING 


RYLIET 


Tiliag 


spring 


OPEN DAILY 
TIL 
_ 9PM, 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


ote 


97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


97| AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


Continued From Precedine Pade Contineed From Preceding Pare 


NOW thru TUESDAY 


OPEN DAILY 9 TO 9 
SUNDAYS, TOO 


"6 BUICK ROADMASTER 
HDTP. COUPE. 


Yoo Tl sever beat walee Bhe thie. Thic 
cor © & Reaedmerter and le fully coute- 
ped aA Dynafiew transmission. Power 
brakes. pewer oe power windows 
pewer seats n@ an cleteric an- 
tenes. White walle wy the fimal teech 


+5 VOLKSWAGEN 2-DR. 
SEDAN 


Here's ene of the mest seselar . ee 
mn 


- ree 
an exetelient{ ber ‘os this lew eric 


»> OLDS SUPER * LDR 
Anether Lestine Special ~ s : tone 
read and @hite: cauineed «tth ex 
hing ne sats transmission Per 
fect threes 


"55 MERC. HDTP. MONT 
The sharpest car " oe ' 
Garaling white. fis Nhe brand.cee ix 
every was Sevieeed etth evervthing 
ples Mercematic tranemiscien ioe 
and veal bur tt 


5 PONTIAC 4-DR. 


roe Tl ever 


SED 
ow 
ream saméiehen 
Dent miss this one a6 this lew orice 


‘55 CHEV. B. A. V4 4DR. 


Chevretet'« mont pppemasee moder with 
Pewere > mile- 


ace, telly eanip ped ke ‘eeu 


55 CHEV. BEL AIR 2-DR. 
eum G-tene Slee ond white medel t 
equipped with everything rea seed 
Feu really went « beastifal car. this 
was mage fer rou 


“- rT 
55 DE SOTO F.D. HDTP. 
You  tewe thie ne el® 
Dice finish and is oc 

thing. trecleding Pod: 

sion Thts ear is 

tien—like brand-new in every respect 


4 PLYMOUTH 2-DR. 
SEDAN 


This tc « beawtiful tufene ereee medel 
that looks and rans like « mew car. Tt tx 
reaainoed wit everything onl bas 
Sattematic tranemissien 


“4 FORD CLUSTOMLINE 
“V8 4D. 
Bent mise 


thie one. You want te 
se ari 


* ineiée and out 


lew mi cece 
54 OLDS “98” 4DR. 
al tenes bine sed aver 


React fot aper 
this ¢e - ts exuirped 
sikh every vibing "Our lewest orice ef 


the year 
S4 BUICK CENT. HDTP 


The Centery ix 
o 
7 end white finish: felly 
eeuipeed and Drasfiow 


‘+44 BUICK SUPER HDTP. 


A sensational watee for & seneetional 
ear T's eeuleoed eth everrthine 
plus a... rnafliew tranemtesion: beaeatifel 
ign and brayn finish. See this 
i's > "pene lena! ber! 


54 PLYMOUTH STA. WAG. 
Your family wil tere 

tdeal fer the city 

it's a beeatifel 

eacsipped with everything 


53 MERC. MONT. HDTP. 


Perseces read wtth o Black tee. thle 
is | de lewe car for thie tery low 
A "lt bes oll the coulpment 
ercematic tranemissien 


53 OLDS SUPER “88” 4-DR. 
The ber of « Wiletime This cor te 
folly eauieeed with emeeth Druaficw 
tranmemission, beautifal cream aad black 
finish 


53 OLDS “98" CONY. 

Here's real valor The perfect eutdeer 
far at the perfect erice. Pulle caeioned 
with redic. beater. Nréra-Matle trans 
missten pewrr steering and pewer 
brakes Thie car ts share’ 


"63 CADILLAC CONV 

This l¢ & ene-ewner car: very lew mile 
ace: tmmeculate inside and eut. dese 
titel dawea erevy Gmie leaded ith 
ran : Mvdre 
pewer windews 
eve Thies is @ 
mite 


53 DE SOTO 4DR. 
Thies car te souloeed etih ever 
satematic trenemiesten ereen§ finial: 


perfect threeghest muet eee te 
aepreciate 


3 CHEV. BEL AIR HDTP. 


Reads te ce any time. anrehere’ 


ear ree went went te 


rthing 


You i leek ac teepertent a6 ree feel in 
thie cress eee white ene which it 
tetally eeuipped fer easy travel 


“S3 PLYV. CR'NBRK. 4DR. 
Wher wel when vow con ride te thie 
han@eome telene ereen cer that is 
eavipved fer reer cenventience’ See it 
and vou Vi be sold 


2 DODGE DIPLOMAT 
2-DR. 


lf veu're teoking fer « coed 
tee condition 
ime end dark ereen 
fully equipped 
4-DR. 


52 OLDS “98” 
Tf vou're taking « vacation trip this 
year. this is 


car. thet 
thie ts 
finish ; 


finteh: eaulteped with everrthing. sles 
Hyrdre-Matle ead pewer steering 
bl | 


2 OLDS “98” CONY. 

really share sautemebi 
jest in time fer the beawetifel eugtdeer 
weather: in corgeeus bine with Peck 
ten. i te eaeuioped with everrtihing 
. Herdra-Matic It's & super model 


and « super value 
"50 CADILLIAC HDTP. 


COUPE 


This ene - eultstanding tn stenning 
rey and thie moedel ts 
in excetiont condi 


Tedder the orice is « real steel 


"49 DODGE CORONET 
LDR. 


Here t« the car thet veal be eread 
te ewe in fe original smart bdieck 
finish 


"49 PONTIAC 4-DR. 

Se clean 2 little for af vee Tl erer 
fied. tt hee the eauloment ree wens 
en@ Wedra-Matic trensimesion. Get 
bere early fer this one. 


*3095 


*1295 


- $2095 
*1995 


*1545 
*1695 
*1545 


$9095 
$1095 


y) 
$1195 
bigae 
$1645 
71645 
71145 
+1295 ) 
1095 ) 
$1495 

4, 
$2195 


845 
#995 4 
745 ¢ 


“aa 
+945 

+1095 

71095 


*295 
*295 


Easy Low Payments 
Written Guarantees 


Every car gets a “Peace 
Guarantee 


of Mind ‘ 


OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 9 
—EVEN SUNDAY 


a SES 
NICHOLSON OLDSMOBILE ) 
5555 Baltimore Ave. 


Hyattsville, Md. 
4 
ON rwsS 


UN. 4.20738 


A A 


Sentiner conv. coupe: fF. and &b.. 
beautifal @-tene teterter: « 
81396 


H. J. Brewn Pontiac, inc. 
1545 Wilson Bivd.. Art. Va. 
5A, 2-085 
CLOSED SUNDAYS 


mice sport car, 


"53 OLDS 


“SR” Bellday Coupe: BAH 
sutematic shift. t- tone ome 
and white @as.e tires. A 
reel beauty. 


$1,395 
ALBER OLDS 


1801 Biesqacoers Ra 
| bleek Se. N. Y. Ave. 


WANTED 


RELIABLE 
PARTIES 


to teke ever unpaid bal- 
ance on repessesed cars, 
includes finance and in- 
surance charges. 
‘SS Cadillac Conv. 
"54 Cadillac Cpe. 
‘53 Cadillac DeVille 
‘52 Mercury Copy. 
‘53 Chev. Hardtop 
‘S2 Olds Super “88” 
‘51 Olds Super “88” 
Call for credit approval, 
KE. 7.1522 


BILL DENIS, Inc. 


| DEPENDABLE 


97, AUTOMOS 


SALE 


‘56 PONTIACS 


BRAND NEW 


CATALINAS 
ay “gy $9 479 


ia me bo entry. LA wy cunt 


e 7 
Trestere, "tirectional oo 
me 
or wy 
* Sak ke RATES 
© 6 MONTHS TO PAT 
@ SPOT DELIVERY 

ALSO 8 DEMOS. 

IN OTHER MODELS 


af e5 $1989 


COAST-I N 
PONTIAC 


407 Pie. Ave. NE. LI. 6.7708 
Open Seentncse “tl 8 PM 


THE wr ASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, July 14, 1956 ne 


‘53 yulgurws es 


4i-deor sedan: ¢. and 
tires, beautiful bive eich. 


$895 


DIVVER MOTOR CO. 
“Your Dedsee-Piymeeth Dealer” 
78038 Wie. Ave. — . Ma. 
OL. 4-7525 


?. 
‘als 


titi Benning Ra. NE. 
Li, 4-455 


Servicemen 
Attention! 


Tee 5 eredes and officers anr- 
where finaneed with ne dewn 
payment. Applications tekken 
bry ghene 


Burrell Motors 


"S54 FORD 


VS Cetemliner Forder, redice, 


. heater, Ferdematic. ether equip- 


ment: t-tene Wee and trery. 


Hh excel. cond. 61195 


H. J. Brown Pontiac, Inc. 


1545 Witeee Bied.. Ari.. Va. 
JA. 23-5657 
CLOSED SUNDAT 


‘51 OLDS 


“oe” 4-¢éF 
* gare ; 
erar 


$495 
Alber Olds 


1461 Btedensbere nd. NE 
+ 
1 Bleek Se. §N. YY. Ave 


sedan: ¢ ana 
clean; t-teone 


USED CARS 


have re fer 
repaeta 


. rer meny peers, oc Waek 
beedaquarte 
' our 


"s oldect Chevrolet Dealer. o 
me euality, oeoceue geod cars 
tien "her felr ond 


herest dealings. 


‘34 Chev. .. $1043 


(-deoer. jet black finish: equipped 

with radie. heater. turn -signals: 

gre art ene before ree baer. Car 
o ; 


‘$3 Chev. $985 


4-deor, trery ever biwe: 
with radie and beater. 
*: vreu con ber thie 
bh confidence. Car Ne. 


7 

55 Mercury $1783 
t-tecor. t-tene Slee: eouleped 
wth eceostem redie. de tune 
beater. Mercemetic sige many 
ether aeefel secesee . 
mileace: fe suarentes’. Car 
Ne. 324. 


RE. 7-7887 


Fully eouteeed with 
lexe heeter 


ee rer 
many ether extra 


many ether extras. 


1130 CONN. 
(Opposite Mayflower Hotel) 
Visit Our Two Used Car Lets: 18th St. Between L and M 


tinted cleats. se@ded dash. evereiae 


$3695 


‘35 Chev. 
“s10" t-dr. 8 evi. 
int tern- cignabe 


on «il 
Cer Ne 


"54 Chev. 


" dr. 


. $1686 


$1087 


livery ever bine! 

@e teue redie. 
Pewerstiide: « 
> 


valve. Car 
‘50 Ford $295 
eaulnord 


t-dr harber ier 
+ ‘a r. and h.. very ceed tires: 


Cc Inepection§ cuaranteed. 
Car Ne. 363-A. 


AVE. N.W. 


Eosy GMAC Terms 
Open “il 9 PLM. 


ALBER OLDS 


1630 14th ST. N.W. 


1956 COMPANY CARS 
“88's” SUPER “88's” and “98's” 
Selection of colors in 2 doors, 4 doors, 
Holiday Coupes and Holiday 4 doors 
TERWS TO SUIT YOU 
Above all we give the kind of SERVICE you are 
entitied te when you own an OLDS 
Here are a few of the GREAT SAVINGS; 


‘S6 OLDS SUPER “ss” 
sms es wat barat tee tet eG ta oe 
«gq A 


. white-wall tires and 


’ , 

56 OLDS “98’ 
4-DOOR HOLIDAY HARDTOP SEDAN. Fintehed te « teeetl- 
fuel super t-tene brenee and bele 


. eect wt 
white-well tires. 


OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM 
COME IN TODAY .. THEY WON'T LAST LONG 


Neo Parking W errics— 


ALBER OLDSMOBILE INC. 


1630 14th St. N.W. 


-~_-e-  — — 


drive-in building 


DU. 7-6444 


SAVE $$$ 


THE FINEST IN 
TOWN 


“46 YEARS YOUR BUICK DEALER” 


NORTHEAST 
616 RHODE ISLAND 
-AVE. NE. DU. 7-5200 


NORTHWEST 
17th AND M STS. N.W. 
' a Di. 7.8196 ‘ 


. $1,997 
"$1,997 


Convortitte; power steering and 
"54 Buick $1,547 
Sedan: medel 4-D. 
RA. Buicks .. $697 
and sedans; dr ne 
‘$0 5 Buick ie $447 
Sedanette 
adillac... $ae7 
Sedan “St: brdre 
‘SS Chevrolet $1,497 
Sedan “T10" custem. 
‘52 Chevrolet... $647 
$697 


"55 Buick... $2,447 


Seper hardies: sewer steering 


and dyna 
$2,397 


‘$5 Buick 
baerétes: drne 


Centerr 

‘53 Buick . $1,347 
Canvertibie: dyna. 

33 Buick .... $997 
"5S! Buicks $697 


Sedans and hardieps: dyna 


‘S50 Buwicks . $497 


| 51 Studebaker | 


TODAY'S 
BARGAINS 


1°66 Thunderbird $2795 |) 


A real eperty car, Whe few if 
every wary: beatiful licht creen 
with new black top. Ferdematic, 
fell sewer, cr. and & 


Cenvertibice. fell sew 
it ment, Heht biee finish with 


bleck ten and red interior, 
Rn. & H.. exceltient con- 


‘threaghent. 
Ford $895 


Convertibie,. E. A HR. Forde 
matic. eream with Mack ten. 
=.-. tires iM — beauty in en- 

cellent cord 


ppacegsen 4-dr sedan dark 
blue FR 


w.. drive. new sent Ff) 


covers. y aeitenaliny clean 


161 For 
| 53 ‘Chevrolet. 


‘$198 
“tie” ¢-ér: dark hive finish 
. seat covers and extras 


cena threagheat. 
rene Whe wee 


LOGAN (Ford) 


3540 1 4th St. N.W. 


1 Crenbreetk 4-Dr., 


$295 | 


; Cestem -.fr 


CLEARANCE! 


"53 HENRY J. « $365 
Reonemica! t-crl.. original 
finish. 

"53 rev Moun $745 
aH i\we- 
tene linish 


"52 NASH $595 


Ram bier Station Waren. &. & 
K.. everdrive 


3 PACKARD 


a 
, pewer | 


$1695 


-D ta 
low mail ace. ee qecunahevt. 


"$4 FORD $1195 
Custe *.Dr.. Fordematix | 
ericir ‘at ated 


aS PONTIAC 


3 sone Vntoh 


vdra~-Matun 


‘53 PONTIAC 
Reich e 4 "aoe 


"53 FORD 


$845 


_- lene 


$815 


jet black fimieh 


biue 


$445 | 


lub SeGan a. ere | 


$225) 


& 8. eriginal B 


27 other clean cars, all 
makes and models te 
choose from. 


TU. 2-4100 


——_—_ =< 


Cerenet i-dr sute. traens.: 
gleaming Diack leeks ona 
the nee. Only 


$1895 
DIVVER MOTOR CO. 


“Vour Dedge-Ply moth Dealer’ 
7805 Wie. Ave.. Betheoda, Ma. 
OL. 4-7805 


rene 


‘matic: teemaecelate 


18 Sueer Siation Wager 


‘RE Special 
'@ execetieont be 


5! 


§°*'5S Chev. 


im “2:0” *-deer. re@ie and beater 


‘5°51 Stude. 


1 Commender V-4; beater, ste. 
traneretasion 


10,000-MiILE 
WARRANTY* 


LATE MODELS” 
*'SS Ford $2,195 


Ceuentry Seuire 


"52 Buick 


r. ond 
b.. Dreaflew: teow mileage 


*"S3 Nash $995 


a Rambler Country Clebi + ond B 


h.: extra share, overdrive 


"52 Buick $695 


4-dr 
, 


*"53 Chev. 


Bet Air *-dr.: ©. and b.. pewer- 
glide. cieaming diee finish 


Ford $595 


Perder sedan: + end h.. excel- 
lent transpertation 


**S3 Buick $1,395 


Special hardip: ¢ and b.. arma 
t ber im tera 


*51 Chev. 


*-deor and = oh perfect 
seoceshout 


**54 Buick $1,695 


Centery 4-deer, extra sharp. re- 
die, beater and Draafiew 


$395 


**53 Buick . 


Readmas 4-dr ‘eadons r. and 
i... Srasfiew. power steering 


PAGE-HUGHES BUICK 
621 ARLINGTON BLYD. 
JE. 3-1189 "ls Gurr, vo 


Open Mendar threugh Fridar. 
> ‘Tu 9: Saterday “TU 6 


Clesed Sundar 


r and & ferde. : 


$9951. 


sedan: ©. ond &.: 


$995 


$1,3958) 


$5950 


TAKOMA FORD 
8725 Piney Branch Road 
Silver Sprg., Md. JU. 8-1000 


‘S3 OLDS 


"*8 4‘.ér 
hi t-tene 


sedan: *. and 
paint. dDiGe 


$1,195 


Alber Olds 


1401 Biodqusbocy A NE 
ul 


4-4 
1 Bleck Se “a Ave 


MERC. 


Mercury: Mercomatic, elec- 
tric windows. Car Ne. 2246. 


omit 
+595 


Full Price 


Me Cash Needed 
Ne Small Lean Reavired 
Subject te Credit Approval 


lt Ask eabeut eur 3 day 
4 trial 
| antec. 


& i100%, quer- 


Call Now 


TU. 2-4200 


| Military Personnel & | 
Out of Towners Fi- |) 
| nanced. 


$1,4955 


BILL ROSS 


7400 Georgia Ave. N.W. 


"35 
FORD 


2-deer 6-cy!. SOLD AS JS. 


| Runs very good; body fairly | 
}geod; 2-day money-back |) 


guarentee. 


‘685 


Full Price 


Call For 
Credit Appreval 


LI. 6-2626 


| Military personnel 
| & out-of-towners fi-|)j 


nanced. 


Dick Williams 


1731 Bladensburg Rd. WN.E. | 


Customline 
matic, +. and hy levely bive 
and white; excellent condi- 


tien. 


7 


DOWN 
Call for Credit Approval 


ME. 8-2674 


Military Personnel 


| and Out of Towners | 


Financed 


Andy Kelly 


129 K St. N.W. 


“"yY.8;" Ferde- | 


Repossessed 
‘33 
OLDS 


“88” 2-dr., 
& white, R.4H., Hydra.; ox- 
cellent condition. 


DOWN 


Call Now For 
Credit Appreval 


ME. 8-2674 


Military Personnel and 
Out-of-Towners Financed 


Andy Kelly 


128 K ST. N.W. 


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AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97 AU SALE 7 


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THERMOS JUG : a >» New 1956 De Soto 
AND FAMOUS , can | sei tenn te ech Seaton menace 
PLEASURE CHEST eas ThE rele ¢  ¢e eens P ance SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM) 
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1956 860 Catatias Coupe. STEWART 
toawoped with Medea Mat. : — . -. BUICK 
white-wa wes. tad, este: _* $1495 

directional signals, back-up bghts = dé — -_ =a. 9395 
two-tone paw, undercos’g a B3 AYTeouTH 574s | Sentins Weeee 


porcelawuzes 1O0n FoR THESE AND MANY OTHER 


Pies 3 ather spedteln—ounstend Plymouth BARGAINS at THES WYATTSVILLE LOCATION Bargains Galore! 


. ‘SS BUICK ‘55 OLDS 
lawe a. ‘wien ALMER Seeria! t-@r Sener “SS” © 
ROWN —-— 3 FORD, WC ET E85 $9495 | FEF! $2495 
138 Wesor bu vee eer * 31 10 HAMILTON ST. or Drakes. ¢ “tem 8 twterier or brekes Custom teterior.« 


=.-*. tires. t-teme finieh W.-*. tres, t-tene finieh 


i. n poate avercinck AP. 70110 Tee te cheese from . 
: , = ) ‘46 BUICK 7 OSs 
INCLUDES INSURANC - 


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‘48 NASH ‘55 Station Wagon 


Nech Rambler 


ae fs *49| FE 1895 
BIG R s NE ‘S) CHRYSLER tires, custom interior, lhe 
Al t =r -dr-: sue: °. sed $495 ‘47 CADILLAC 
‘56 PONTIAG | : 
MONTH 
INCLUDES INSURANce ae 


$ 
"34 BUICK Inepection 195 
AND FINANCE Chanes LONG LIFE USED CARS 


Special de huxe 


tar sedan: $1595 "5S CHEVROLET 


Dras: t-tene v4 Bel Alr 
finish: ready te ge r & h. Aute- $1795 
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en «Oo : c Pention ads coset eter’ $7QS 
| "SS FORD srs 
A "S6 Pontiac. $2,395 “ - Paatene _ Vie- ‘48 BUICK 
Clee eeder fells oo utered --¢ : . feavertitbien. &. & 
oe-—ror ke eet ceecteetee — . matic custom Hv nee Va. ine $ 
yots ISURANCE , . | . | rier. 2- . 245 


CHARGE : 
AND FINANCE ‘ : ‘ ‘ ; . , =) Others Equally As Clean and Priced Correspondingly Lo 


STEWART BUICK 
1525 WILSON BLVD., ARLINGTON 


and guererice ow ee 628) e . 7350 a Sundays iA 5.7351 
doen. See  Getee : 
: ; > AM OPM Open Saturdeys FAM 5S PM 


'S6 Pontiac $3,330 = tee a a ellie a es 


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7320 WISCONSIN AVE. OL. 4.8000 ees — s 4 


“In the Heart of Bethea’ ap 


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TOP QUALITY 


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ae 49 Willys $195 "5S! Chevrolet $595 
m™ Ste. Wen #1153 Cee. Dix. #1016 
+ ‘47 Plymeov 
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PRICE 
$91 49-*' 870 4-Dr. — “Biraie-ftight hydre- $ 02 
Sedan matic e t . 
; Ne. 6.044 heater and reosier . 2677 
+2210 S7O 4-Dr. |ocate biue Hinuh straio-tiahs $ 44 
Catalina + 7. A La 4 and 2675 
== |$9 497-26 ee 
Ford $ herd come +187 0 Oo Ti 7 P : . rrey finish, Bereto-fiignt hydre- 
| 46 For 175 Pp. ; Sauce lies aad Gites : arey nish oy Ls a. 84 
severe *17S\ 59 Coa. s ait - 7 = SS E77) | Sez lS Be |2699 
#951 = Se eee at oe glace ond «as 


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‘48 Pont. s _ Z = . = r 95 -- —— 
mn Pi es 195 bos fon #1038 $295 35 CHEV. , Oo & +895 : , = ——- Leow: +2499 . a Mg ay $97 a 
4-de ae $945 'S! Ferd $595 i ‘ 29 


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instrument panel front-dumper 
4-dr. Cus. 8 #312 


So. an "Ga — n a: ’ $9499 re suerd. glaze and gas 

48 Buick s Z ae diy : _ ~ r " "I : Tutene poates biue and nimbus cy 01 
: wie 4 —. sas anak Strate ie a af ie r- a 9791 . 
ioe ee 145) ove’ $595 62D PLYML. . . °895 Sar 7) | SE = 

‘90 Chevrolet $395 "5S Swick .. Meck o-tr.. © -o. Geee & 6 Ee ' - — pase eat & ware Svalon bine finish trato- gy 96 
4dr, Dix. #17121 Ndte. Con ous? 2495 —— im mr ——¥ 191 smat Cotatins Co. power secrine ‘ reais ‘neater 2889 
‘51 Ford $395 "$53 Dodge 7 55 PLYM. $145 uel - TT : Sandalwood finish. @treto-flight 

a-dr. ‘V-4' #680 2-dr. Cort. #488 895 | eee ee ;  o 4-Dr. ee, Se ae 9899-96 


bd — $g5 - ng fl $595 Belvedere, Gardtep. eed an€ white sewer Gren OF". weer mie coat, glaze and «as 


: . . , ail 4 mei! sad nimbus 
ru rane 7 = — Cats a . simbes : ee fm tr fi ' . 
= ast ad? c = " at radio eater ; ¢de- 14 
"52 Pontiac s "52 Chevrolet s ‘49 FORD $O4 — > ; 3 ? = - : '- Con ’ . fr ste sa! ox «oly -~ $9963 
Convert. #1064 695 4-dr. Dix. ©6085 695 > « « > 1 - ‘ a 
'50 Dodge 's3 Ferd Cle coope. cocten *S" ' bes ors ; Setremece paver £ . fueht hedrematic. redic. heater e 
4-d¢. Cor, #1127 $] 95 4dr, ‘V-4" #908 $550 meee = fs x ™ — en gy nee ges Bes oo $2699 we 


‘47 Pontiac s ‘Ss! Ford $ i ] FORD $45 - -_—t oo > teres. amdercest. clase and eas 
2-dr. #1031 100 l-dr. Olin. #906 445 > * e¢« « im ae 5 


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ali cars ahove that are equipped with Radice and Heater 


of your car te wet paid for, * Servicemen Welcomed aso have the following equipment: Directional Signals, 
we will pay off the balance. pea i ” Sack-up Lamps, Of? Filter, Off Bath Air Cleaner, Non- 


SERVICEMEN FINANCED * Immediate DBelicerg te AN | glare Rear View Mirror, Glaze and Gas. 
"52 PLYM. 
a 


Bill Adams [8 -s0cxv. 


Py Sales Lot ‘St FORD 


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(Oue Weck off Geeetes BA» ‘ 
Opes Saterdar “WH 4: 
CWweed Sender 


Doen Men ae 
2241 Nichols Ave. SE. LU. 3-1051 
Mew Cor Showroom 1808 Nichols Ave, £6. Ww. 44600 | e — 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97 | fo-4h SALE 97) Aereeeern es, SALE 


97 AUTOMOBILES. SALE 


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“Suir aoe . mo “ 
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om} OL, 4-4674 
Used Cas ei & Truck Sales Oniy” 
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~ assess ‘Paner MeKEE PONT ‘AC 
ao eee | “PONTIAC WEANG “fc? 
5335 Wis. Ave ' 
FORD 
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CHR YSLER- PLYMOU TH- ‘eotrt 
LARGEST WASHINGTON 
Qo Wises i 


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REPOSSESSED 
$449.50. TOTAL 


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8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. 


Our 33-Year-Old Reputation 


and extensive reconditioning facilities 
guarantee the highest quality at the 
lowest prices available in the market. 


5601 Baltimore Avenue 1750 Bladensb’g Rd. N.E. 
In Hrattevitiec ta At the coree 
LA. 6-1305 


, outs Biadensbers 


rare A. * 7205 and aoagee } .— 


82 HEWRY J $345 


creer fie ceulpoed with 


code and heseter RC 146-A 
‘$2 KAISER $495 
with de 


4.Dr grey 
Ne. 4057 


lene radio A 


autematic 
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"48 CADILLAC 


F leet «eed 4-dr é@art bier 
ae —~e some sed heater 


Si DE SOTO . $495 


Cle ean'n 
_— covers. 


$495 


ra Gin 
Leeks 


"$545 


$495 


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frneeh 8 eceatvercd 
custem Seater 


‘S| STUDEBAKER 


dive finish 
cost rad@ie 
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teme green finteh 
at W ,~ 4 sea seat 


"62 PLYMOUTH 


Cambridge 4-dr mareen fimich 
wih redie. beater, erat 


61 PLYMOUTH 


denrertible 
(ranemietion 
beater. Ne 


5! CHEVROLET ($445 


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"52 STUDEBAKER ($545 
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a iedie 2 y-~ A SS" ,- 3 = bets of ve beste. 
= BASH ‘seas | "82 PONTIAC 


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‘.Dr. Ambecsader: t-teae brewe finich seat cevers 
actematic (ransemisstes. redie & beater 
vf 


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"63 CHEVROLET $695 = — 


green finiekh ee ulpped 


me. cite 
‘55 BUICK $1995 
b bese 


t.Der biee fimich 
. $1146 


radie. custom heater 
ever Whee fie 


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.$1595 


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Lew 


radice 


beater mileage 
54° T0484 


felis 


$1195 


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"95 CHEVROLET $1595 
a or 
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“i178 


"55 FORD 


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fimesh ‘auieeed with 
penctts seat covers oad « 


‘SS CHEVROLET $1895 


l-tene finish ee Gio 
7 mil*eace One 


$1295 


dr. power steer 
rea end white 

raéie 66m | |6hbeater 
5C185-A ; 


cestem heater 


‘S6 PLYMOUTH 


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“176 


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hoe OLOSMOBILE | . $2085 
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As $1395 


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Selection 
and ceters 


£ 00 Reward 


PLUS ALL YOUR WONEY Back 
w wtthie 5 dave vou cam ber « 
far of similar quality af « lewer 
Price 


ONE OF THE WORLD'S. LARGEST CHEVROLET DEALERs 


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MALL JR., INC 
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$95 DOWN THE CHILLI POD PAGODA 

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This COLOSSAL STRUCTURE-NSO FEET IN 
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WAS BUILT BY KING DUTTHA GAMANI 

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ENTIRE PERIOD 


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COMPANY OFFICIAL CARS 


NEVER TITLED 


2-DAY SALE 


ited Auto Sales 


Pu) ar 
Conaressional 


MAotors 
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Man's Mod $3275 
EXCLUSIVE WITH 


‘Manhattan Auto | FULL PRICE 


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71H sn ae | 37> DOWN 
ind-New JARS for! upe 


Holiday Cor 


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MILLER MOTOR CO 


16 FLORIDA AVE. BE 


LI. 4-2396 


United OLDS 2) 38," 


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ARLEX OTORS cacy Sa te Duleage; BUTLER BONDED 
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MERC TRY 


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Even fall darks in black, blue or brown 
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SALE! Two OF OUR TOP SHOE NAMES 


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sueces, lustre calfs, fabrics . . . plus winter darks. 


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the’s ‘Inaction’ Denounced 


Segregation Must Go, 
Harriman Tells South 


ASHEBORO. VN. C.. July "4 ? 
Averell Harriman told the seg 
regated South tonight that this 
country must abolish racial dis 
cTimumation tif wants to win 
the struggle against Kremilin- 
led comnrinism 

ee must recorcn 
New York Governor 

thirds of 
lave coiored 
Dames are 
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the free peopic 
skins he Com- 
using racial dis 
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tafe against us. 
Lave seen how they use 
know 
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gn for the Democratic presi 
tai nomination for the first 
inte territery beostile to 
vies om the racial rights issue 
The Supreme Court decisions 
racial 


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pudiic ois 
erate speed are 
aw be land.” 

‘,overnmental authorities— 
. state and local—fave 
the sattbetion te go forward in 
accordance with these decisions 
and. through ermal proce 
fures. see that the law is com- 
sied with.” 

Harrwman addressed the state 
-onvention of Young mocr at- 
Clube. He got a snubbding 


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Memocratic Chairman John D 
lr and other leaders 
inconvenient 


The New Yorker asserted that 
many of the tensions and emo 
rmoms which have developed in 
the “North as well as the South” 
ntegration “would not 
f President Eisen 
had exercised re 

of leadership 
ene point of his pre 
before inging 


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inte the civil rights issue. he 
blasted the members of his own 
party. among them Adiai FE 
Stevenson, who preach modera 
tiem on integration and other 
matters. 

“Let's pot talk. In the Demo 
cratic Party. of middieofthe 
reed.” Harriman said. “That's 
Eisenhower's trademark — let 
him keep it. Its a front for in- 
action. For us. when theres a 
ob to be done. we do it.” 

In Washington. political o> 
serves beliewed Harriman de 
luberately chose a Southern set 
ting for a new airing of his civil 
rights wews the hove 
breaking up Stevenson's North 

uth delegate strength at the 
Demecratic National © 
tien 
These obeervers felt he 
uid gain much while losing 
ttle because bes words would 
be aimed at Nerthern Demme 
crats unhappy over Stevenson's 
pleas for moderation 

If President Etsenhower had 
called a conference of “men and 
women of good will” te work 
out solutions of the school inte- 
gration probdiem much of the 
current bitterness. Harriman 
asserted, could have been pre 
vented 

Harriman said the Eisen 
Administration had 
fatied not only to advance civil 
rghts but had weakened the 

untry s prestige abread and 
had farmers and small 
ousinessmen at home 

Aimest every . responsible 
otDserver returning from abroad 
reports that the prestice of the 
United States has fallen and 
confidence af free peoples 
has deciined he said 
the meantime. the imfte- 
of the Kremiin has 


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D. C. Denied 


$3 Million 


U.S. Funds 


Added Payment 
Turned Down by 
Senate Committee 
In Split V ote 


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By Grace Bassett 

Sat! Beoo 

The Senate Appropriations 
Committee threw a curve 
yesterday at District budget 
makers by denying the $35 
million extra’ Federal pay- 
ment authorized by Congress 
for the District last March 


a 


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Dans 
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lo 


loaded 


taxes on Wash 


33 million was 

" lohan Stennis (D- 
and Glenn Beall (® 
favored the Beast. bat 

‘failed te rally enough support 
lor Committee clearance 

“Frankiy. | dont see how the 
$3 million can be restored now 
said Stennis. who handled the 
D. C. request 

He suggested that the Com 
missioners bring an urgent re- 
quest for the Federal funds to 
Congress next January if the 
city snks iste debt without the 
money 

We may have to meet emer- 
gency expenses with a Federal 
payment ister.” Engineer Com 
massioner Thomas A. Lane pre- 
@cted. He said the Committec 
action left the city without any 
contimgenmcy fund” for emer 
gencies 

Lemmissioner Robert E. Me 
Laughiin said the Senate vote 


> 
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“favorable insurance 
rating on water-front property 
MecLaughiin. speaking tast 
night on Station WWODC's “Re. 
port to the People” said the 
District request for $100.000 for 
2 new Gresest wes turned 
Gown and would cost $69.000 
te reper the old one. He said 
even then the Soest would be 
inadequate 
He said be did not think the 
ienial of extra funds would 
cause an imcrease in taxes 
Washington because Congress 
prebabiy would grant the extra 
money befGre allowing that 
happen 


Ped 
. 


. 


| suppiementary budge' 
se was approved 

by the Commitiee. This upped 
the Houwse-pessed budget f 
$163 thon by S807.400 
passed by Congress this would 
bring Destrict spending for this 
year up te a record $1987 mil 


7” 


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funds for the ‘fire 
. commtteemen rejected 
$100.000 for sanitary sewers to 
abate pollution: and 4$550.000 
for the Youth Correctional Cen 
ter at Lerton. Va 
All other items the Commis 
siompers had asked restored to 
the bedget were granted 
These incl Sag60 for an 
accountant. $3208 fer a licens 
ing cierk. $136.209 [or 28 police 
men to bring the force up to 
2308 and for 6 police cars. $19 
600 for 6 employes to process 
trafic tickets. S468900 for a 
deunquents home at Childrens 
Center. $25.008 for a com 
pany site: anc 341) bring 
District Nation Guard Com 
mancer W H Abendroth's 
salary to SILG) annually 


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resident Returning 
To White House Soon, 


But as Convalescent 


With 100 Tep Scientists 


New Civilia 


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To Evaluate Weapons | 


Ry John 


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Pe? Resor 


retary Charies E 
crested & set 
lian agency af 
scievsusts to ana 
armament and pro 
a2 nonpartisan evalustion 
rival weapons 
Named the Institute for De 
ense Analyses—IDA for shert 
the new organization = @ 
nonprofit Delaware corporstion 
set up at Government regues 
byw fiwe leading engineering cob 
le ze< 
L nder a Pentagon rrorganiz 
tion now being compicted. ff 
will take over operatmg 
activities of a C-oveTnimert! whl 
set up Secretary al 


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which wes eared af salting 
vurhcatven wat Osment dy 
the @miitey. ant starved i 
funds and sae@y techie 
scaemishice persemne the Ssear 
a4 Weep Sesiem Evalee 
Ren (ee fee gee fae 
vened as planned 

Defemee chieis bece tit 
hopes, Dowewer,. thet te re 
remped WSE.. working 
Through the mor juratet «us 
tests. wil] gree their amevert to 
$64 08) gursuem Jt 

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missile & the best Set Ger te 


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Reds Arrange 
Moscow Visit 
Parles Announced 
As Soviet Envoy 
Te Bonn Is Recalled 


= ¥. Seca Teibase eee Gere 

BONN. July 14—The East 
German (ommurist regime sm 
nounced tonight st is sending 
its top leaders to Moscow Mon 
day for “mmperianit pegotiz 
tiens” with the Soviet Unies 

It wes disclosed aise thal 
Vaierian A. Zorm, Soveet Am 
bassador to West Germany, 
being unexpeciediy recalled te 
Moscow to receive another as 
signment as vet unspecified 

The “negotietiess” im Mies 
cow. the announcement sad. 
will have : pei 
age nda 

il. “Purther 
present quest 
ment 


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measures f 
nercase of the in 
and important socia 

The East German 
wii include Premier (te 
Grotewohl Communist Party 
Secretary Walter U Ibricht, Dep 
uty vr Otte Nuschke, De 
fense M ter Wii Stopn 
Fritz Selbmann, head of the 
Commission for In@ustry and 
Tramepert: Paul Schelz 
of the Agricultural (2mm 
sion. and Ferecign Mimmter 
Lothar Bolz 

LOT" $$ Tecsa means 
parilure m Bonn of 
the most high-powered and ag- 
gresstve envoys bere He sougt! 
te megotiate a regular trade 
agreement with Benn for «= 
pansion of West GermanRus 
sian trade iowe the Ade 
nauer covernment refused tw 
conclude a trade pect wrth him 
the dissatrefacti Tm aTTs 
German bust ircees 


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Troop Cat 
By January 
Is Indicated 


Prepesal m Bedgrt 
Plans Redocten of 
125.008 te 273.000 
By Derrel Garwood 


lorie Pee feo + 
Qn oréer regecmg Ametircm 
military strength be op & 7S- 
000 men before the end of 1354 
was Greclosed posierdey Py De 
femee oficiak«. The seeve cee 
mormediste Cangeessecal ccc) 
cis™ 
Pestesss «ficigis eet ‘he 
cutback might range frem 0 
0080 te 773.000 snem The present 
jevel of manpeee’ ames 
27234900 men 2 al Ween ters of 
serrice 
The recememenis’es Ger 2 
cutbark by pest Jauuasry 
comisainet 8s are Ere 
or dreemg wp miltiay hwtg 
tee neal fee sear. oe 
a. The ice 
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compicied? by Segr 
can be sulmmtiued 
mn Januars 
Descjesure of the eriyr came 
after Deemer Secretary Charts 
Wileon and A@m Arthur W 
Rad@ferd chazmam of tne Jeune 
Chiefs of Stall. head Geemed Gat 
any Gree G@echiien bet teen 
reached em a jong omg Tove 
te reg@uce tbe wnfocmed force: 


head - 


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Omo\ issued 2 Siaieteest we 
mg extreme cou op tae Lg 
ef Peviagon repurts ef ciniem- 
sisted manpower cals. De a 
attet “Dheenite the geace’s 
talkee emanating from Meacow 
there m= lfievallr wetmg & Tie 
wertd aeceme teeter te pasty « 
mayor Cul 2m sar arined Serres 


Marilyn’s Knees Toss British Press Into Tizzy at London Airport: 
Olivi ier Becomes Mouthpiece as Tumult Drowns Her Comments 


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William Harcourt 
Rew ers 

LONDON July 
Moeoarse moved tod imte a 
| country mansion, com- 
piete even to a butler, and said 
would be “very nice indeed™ 
t meet her new neighbor 
Queen Elizabeth I! 

There was no immediate com- 
ment from the Queen. 

Hollywood's movie queen and 
ber husbaod of two weeks, Ar- 
ther Miller. rented Viscount 
Moore's country estate. only a 
shert distance from Wincsor 
Castle 

Seated ladylike in the dining 
salon of ber new home. Marilyn 
invited newsmen who had fol- 
lowed her from Londos airport 
i ae 


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14— Marilyn 


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thin an hour 

Asked i if she asoped to become 
acauainted with Britain's 
Cueen. Marilyn replied: “Yes 
that would be very gice im- 
d 


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es? 


_ 


She said she and ber husband 


were counting on some long DF | 


cycie mdes 

When the shapely beauty ar- 
rived at Lenden airport from 
New York. she wore a tight. 
neck-high Jersey dress under a 
flapoing white raincoat and 
dark glasses. 

Crowds packing the pubiic 
enclosures waved and woll- 
whistled. 

After customs officers had 
checked their 27 pieces of lug 


Also at her side was Sir Lau 
rence Olivier. who will play 
ber leading man in the movie 
“The Sleeping Prince It will 
be made bere im the next four 
months under the auspices of 
Marilyn Monroe Productions 
Inc 

Almost wunmoticed im the 
crush around Marilyn was 0h 
viers beautiful wife, Vivien 
Leigh. whe played the leading 
role of a flighty chorus git! in 


until] the cameras started click- 
; Suddenly. her eves lit up. 


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300 reporters and photogra- the famed smile was turned on 


phers.. 


7 


gnd she crossed ber legs quick- 


\ 


ly to reveal the celebrated 
knees 


[That started H, the Asse 
ciated Press reported. 

‘One phutogr apber crashed 
into a newsreel camera, knock 
ing it te the floor 

Another ilensman 
forward and fell on his face 

[A wall of photographers 
plunged toward Miss Monroe 
like the forward line of a foot- 
ball team Police stopped them 

‘The news conference began 

[Are all your conferences 
like this’” asked @ reporter. 

Oh.” said Miss Monree ma 
small voice, “itis & Very o- 
derily 

If she wes beautiful te be 
hold. she was almost impos bie 
to hear 


Marilyn refused te torte 


microphones She said she liked iyz * cored ant Muss Legit avant 


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us 


t. talk t© men—perweel: 
Her veace vas pied = ew 


lurched or 


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Hagerty and Press 
Clash on Health 
Issue: Dr. Ravdin 
Visit Disclosed 
—an 
GETTYSBU RG. 


Corneil 
July 14 
senhower's 
announced today 
every has gained “mo- 
but that.he still 
mmvalescent when 


the White 


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his return 
White 

James 
could oe as 
nant hCUSrlhCU 
morning. 

Bagerty and repverters en- 
arc 6 «62 6Sometimes sharp 
we<tion andi ansWer “essio7 «n 
Va Lfonard D. 
the surgeon who oper- 
Wr. Elsenhower. has 
‘wm slaving at the presidential 
‘arm for twe weeks: (2) why the 
torters Dave heid only one news 
rmutierence, which took place 
erty after the President's 
aieaminal surgery June 9. and 
=» wie the President isn't 
gunning weigh’ 

Hagerty inmsisfed Heaton is 
prumarky est a2 Souse guest: 
thet the doctors bad bel an 
leurs sews conference and 
deel intend to held any more: 
amd that they are | concerned 
Sy the President's stetionary 


Sunday 


Tuesday 


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sr? 


petgiit. 
Hagerty 
another of 
tena part 
°T : ,4)41. 


informed newsmen 
the medical men who 
un the aSdominai op- 
Dr lor Ravdin of 
P%: Lado! pr coming down 
VIC Bis wile to spend the night 
a the Ewenhower farm. He said 
Ravdin would be present as a 
guest. sot « doctor. but it would 
= “Tueuleus to say be won't 
fame @ look at the President.” 

Mr. Eisenhower will be re- 
mag 6 6h6U6Me6hULWNM ite «6Howse 
‘ome Ove weeks after his intes- 
Uli attack’. which wae his sec- 
mi Orusit with death The frst 
’ as ~ Deaert attack of last 


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7? weeks bave seen 
peitical maneu- 
ueutenants as 
presidential 
The ma- 


big obd)ec- 


erTman 
a*sistarn 
"?EVe 

7 

LT get Mr. Eisenhower back 
as “the full 
term candidate 
as a whispered 
within the Re 


That will be 


fertzert 
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‘Tallenge 
pat ic an 
tone 
2 Ta Siunt 
2 Democra 
Whether 
B questi: 
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Powell Fears 
Kidnap Plot 


VERNON. VY. July 14 
m Powel! 
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to kidnap 


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Hearst Says Tito 
Will Get 380 Jets 


7 | 


NEW YORE. July 
Publisher Wills am 
rlearyt erted tonight he 
bed learned thet the United 
Siafes pians to make available 
aieut 346 planes to Com 
mumest Yugoslavia. 

Tm Washington, State De- 
sartmen* spekesman Lincoln 
White sald be bad “ne com- 
ment” em Hearst's report. Other 
quarters the Capital said 
they believed Hearst's figure of 
38 sianes was “about righ”) 


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THE WASHINGTON POST ead TIVES HERALD 
Seinday, July 14, 1956 — 


— 


Ike Returning 


To Convalesce 


HEALTH—from Page I he had explained “st keast 
Limes that Hesion Sas oo 
leave when be was called Sack 
the Presudent and 


| are 


gained. “momentum, — particu- 
larly during this, the fifth »ost| 
operative week. His condition 
continues to progress very s@us 
factorily He hela his 
weight and is steadily regain 
ing his strenzin ana nis acuy 
ity. He has waiked progres 
sively longer distances This 
week and vesterday walked 
over a mile. His temperature 
blood pressure and pulse hav 
remained normal 
“It is expected that the Pres 

dent will return to the White 
House within the next few 
days. Although he has been in 
creasing activit A 


to operate on 
taking 2 
as a personal gues 
howe! 

No. I 
Dr. Heaton doesnt cx 
President every 
Snyder does. He said 
docs as>ist 

But primarily.” 
said. “he & bere Dot 
has 16 but 
house gucst. wit) 

Why dont 


Ger ope 1 


now © 


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er 
¢ ize 


dav—ix 


healen 


. Ager’ ,aques 
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Mager? 
bec 2zunw De 


*, 


his y and 
word loed daily here at Gellys 
burg. his return to the W) 
House shoulf not signify t 
his convalescent period 
been completed.” 

liagerty was acken W 
doctors thought ; 
convalescence pericd would Goct 
end. The fess sectetary re 
called thev.bd said the day of 
the operation the pertod would 
last up to six weeks ama. hx 
thought that still held. The six 
weeks will be up a week [ro 
today 

Hagerty and reporters Bad it 
back and forth for @ while. W ity 
has Heaton remained there this 
entire two weeks since the Pres 
ident left the hospital’ With a 
trace of irritation, Hagerty said 


reiesT img . io 
ite ence shortis 
nat 


has 


at ok 


Fisenhowet 


Court Upholds * 
- 
» = sid : 
President in 
7. se 7 
Wiener Firing 
The United States Court 
Ciaims upheld the authority ol 
Pres dent Eisenhower yesterday NO, Hagerty said. be won't 
to fire a member of the now Would he entertain a request 
defunct War Claims ‘ , /*° comierence with the pis- 
sion before his term of offi? * 


expired 
Myron Wiener of 4705 49th 


the difference be 
| attack and oner 
coime te take 
lime to spell — out 
He said the decimon was the 
Goctors.. not his. on =e more 
De'’ws seessoons 
You are shutting of dieu: 
sion.” Miss Fleeson challenged 


of 


‘eteasheat 
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hace ™ 


Why. with an iecreased 


pedi ar 


af 


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Off te report te the President at Getirsbarg, Vice Pres dent 
Nixes (eft) and Wiltee S. Perseus. Depaty Assistant te the 
Presademt. beard 2 plame af Natrona! Lurpert. 


Ike and Nixon Discuss 


Plans for Campaign 


because “etvicgsly I cant ds 
cuss these pleats af this tee” 
He Ged say & bas aot yet Seen 
éecoaed who stil place ~ ws name 
mm nememetsen a the Reged. 
can coeventjon who opess 


Sen Freeciece con Aue 2 He 


sat@ aiso there 2s po douse 
gee of bis o@we compdidaecy a 


tue Pressdest s (arm ts morn 


He was reminded that He 
Natwest 06ers 
Lecuard W. Hall seid bere oo 
Thursday the ticket would te 
Puen>hoertT-\ coon” and asked 
t be bad any Geetts ca We 
score 

: 


sart is comcerned” 


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PARKS—From Page I 


fields and forests which once 
surrounded the Capital City.) 
This makes it increasingly im- 
o@rative that the fullest and 
witest use be meade of those 
park areas entrusted to the care) 
of the Federal Goverument” 
Prepesed Prejects 

Listed fer the Metropotiten 
Washington area Guring ine 
next @ecade are these major 
projects 

® Comopiection of the Memo 
rial Parkwey from Mount Ver 
nen to Great Falls on the Vir- 
gimnia shore and (,reat 
Falis to Fort Washington on the 
Maryland side of the Potomac 
Riwer. 

® Restoration of historic Fort 
Washington and construction of 
facilities there for picnicking 
and fishing 

® Development of scenic 
areas of the Parkway siong 
both sheres of the Petemec to 
provide more outdoors recrea- 
tional epportunities for both 
young end olé. Among areas to 
ne 50 expended are Daingerfield 
Island. Belle Haven Grove, Fort 
Hunt on the Virginia side and 
Fort Feote in Maryland 

© Preservation of some sreas 
mn thear patural state to provide 
nature study and protection 
of wildlife. 


Reck Creek Park Reads 


© Completion of the Rock 
Creek Park roads system. with 


oor 
rinwn 


- improvements to existing reads 


One of the balls makes it 2 


Federal effencer to da™age or 
bicew up airelancs in fight or 
om the ground If ‘he expiocion 
of a2 tbem> Gr other 
causes property 
the maxima penalty 
2 Gee of DD) rears 
oc beth. If there 
life. the semaity is Geath or life 
| would be presumptuous j 

Hagerty answered lef me te anewer that os fer as 
™ fhe Nicon 


sabotage 
damace only 
« 2 SIO 
m prison 
s aico loess of 


and coms jon of the longs 
planned roo\ bypass which will 
connect the Rock Creek and 
Potomec parkways 

© The historic Civil War De 
fense of Washington will be re 
habiittated @nd developed as 
small park units with roedweays 
to with the contem- 
plated Fort Drive sround the 
perimeter of Washington 

* Construction of & stenic 
perkwey from Sousa Bridee to 
Fort Depent and other improve- 
ments te the Anacostia parks 
roed system 

© Improved facilities at 


Eva Peron Reburied 


BUENOS AIRES. July 14 & 
Government sources staid today 


$70 Million Program to Beautify City | 
Announced by National Park Service 


Washington Monument, includ- 
ing a visitor orientaluion center 

® Basier access to and larger 
parking areas at Lincoln and 
Jefferson Memorials; construc- 
tion of a historical Museum at 
the Custie-Lee Mansion in Ar 
lington 

© Extensive improvement of 
700 long-neglected smal! parks 
and reservations im the Capita! 
area. and establishment of ad 
ditional pienie groves and play- 
grounds within the city. 


Canal Te Be Developed 


Wirth said that the Chesa 
peake and Ohio Canal. slated to 
become a national historical 
park from Great Falls to Cum 
beriand, will be developed for 
outdoors enjoyment with facili- 
ties for hiking, boating. picnick- 
ing and overnight ca@inping 

From Washington to Great 
Falls. the canal will be deve’! 
oped a5 a unit of the National 
Capital Parks system. with more 
recreational! facilities 

Ultimate elimination of po! 
lution in the Potomac River. 
Wirth foresaw, 2ill make pos 
sible fuller recreational deve! 
opment of the Potomac watef- 


_ front. 


“Sailing. power-boating. ca- 
noeing. rowing, racing afd fish- 
img. he said, “will be accom 
modated in marinas and parks 
to be developed on both shores 
between Key and Chain Bridges 
and along the Anacostia from 
the District line to the Army 
War College. Both banks of the 
Anacostia will be developed as 
parks.” 

Appropriations to carry out 
the various stages of the “Mis 
son GS" pian will be sought 
from Congress from year to 
year. Wirth said that the $3 
335.000 provided in the current 
appropriation bill was approved 
on the basis o: his department's 
overall pian. 

The Park Service Director 
will discuss the broad program 


—_~——— al 


TREAT THE FAMILY 
TO A DELICIOUS 


, Attorneys of the 94 Federal 


at Monday's ceremonies at the 
Sylvan Theatre. Dramatization 
of the “L’Enfant Scene” from 
Paul Green's symphonic drama 
“Faith of Our Fathers.” will be 
a feature of the program 

NCP Superintendent Edward 
4d. Kelly said that in case of 
rain the ceremonies will be held 
in the Interior Department Au- 
ditorium. 


YOU CAN PLAY 


—* > -_ SHT AWAY! 
U. S. Aides to Sift | ™" 


Delay in Courts 


Attorney General Herbert 
Brownell Jr. said yesterday that 
methods to reduce the backlog 
of cases in Federal courts wil! 
be the major point of discus 
sion at the annual conference 
of United States Attorneys 
scheduled to open here Mon 


d ay 


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Districts will take part in the 
three-day meeting 

Brownell said the “interests 
of justice” require the elimina 
ye the “long delay between away" is 
the ma of suits and the time nit 
they come to trial and are ad yours for the asking and 
judicated.” there's no obligatien. 


Lome in 


ee “You play .. 
demonstration 


today! 
Ihe *‘Baited’ 


HAYWARD. Wis 
™—A 34pound +r 
been sent 
hower as “bait” get the 
President to come W isco: 
sin for a fishing vacation. Sta‘ 
Attorney General Vernon 
Thomson was the sender. 


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take of calories 
Jemt gainis 
eT wane 
is that 


int the Preab 

5 we a Teport 
nn accing 

2 digestive imade. 


st nw. an attorney. sued the 
United States Government for 
salary between Dec. 10, 1955 
when he was removed fron of 
fice by the President, and 
March 31, 1955, when his origi 
nal term of office would have 
expired 


he reciied “I Sere =e Geutt 
os fer as the Emenhbower part ; 
Ss conceraed.” 

He poleted eat te White 
Howse cocresponden’s that no 
ome ertualiy “runs fer the vice 
peesigecntisai som@irestion that 
this is decoded tr the presaé-n 
tual cancetate and the delegates 
to the co@went»oen. He adwutted 
mh 8 we ode qpuile, Dowevwer, Laat 
be & still “sreiietie.” 

Asked @ Warrer Chotiner 
i . aera 3 Penptinnne ots porary ihe GGctetS wae I os Angeles loever whe 
cisenbower fire ener alter was bic "2 “anager m 
Wiener refused a request to re ‘ Mr . Se be- | ese ae Ng , sequently 
sign ore he entered ft tal. “ House 

The Court of Claims ruled for the abdominal operstion|y.. rtiects would plae e paetle 
that it was not the intention was 168 pounds Pricer te BES jie this camra.gn "Ninee saad 
of Congress when it created Deart attack, be tipped the 


the body ef eusted ex-Prestdent 
Juan D. Peren's wife Eva has 
been removed from a shrine 
here and given “Christian bu 
ra S seeret grave The 


oe * 
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FULL KEYBOARD 


$# MONTHLY AND UP 
Pius Houling Charges 


: The man whe planted 
the bomb fer the purpose of 
killing hes mother w 2s convicted 
and sentenced Geath OY 2 <ecrecy was to prevent die-hard 
Colerads court Peronists ‘ making the 

This was possible because the grave a place of pilgrimage. 
bom> was put aboerd at Denver 
amd the pleme crashed im the 
same state It was pornted ou! 
that if m had exploded outside 
Colerade, the lack of any Fed 


Roast Young Tom 
TURKEY 
DINNER 


Dressing, $7.70 


Git 
Cranberry 

uh Appeticser. 2 

Vegetables, Saled, 

Ret erage. 


EPT UNE noon 


quer 
“of 
repiued 
lie 


gained a pound 
_ 


that | know of.” Hagerty 


to 
said Mr Pisenhoewe- “ee irom 

Wiener was appointed by for- | pe to 163. and the 
mer President Harry S. Tru-)Goctors bad said they expected 
man on June 8, 1950, to serve "'™ ‘o Stay on “tils platess of 
during the life of the commis Yel" some time And 
sion. The commission ¢e¢ased "* aGcecd by way of reprtitics 


functioning March 31, 1955. Mr 


et Gravy. 


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the cemmission to require im- 
achment of appointed mem 
rs if it was found desirable 


scales at 178 pounds His physi 
cians at that ume declared they 
preterred his weight te be I72 


there will be no —~— =~\ow Children 


l3th_ & G Sts NW 
STerling 3-9400 


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JUawer 5-1105 


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directory. garden nthews. 
stamp news, general fee 
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Real Estate Section. formerly carried in the Sendsy Post 
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Section G—TV Radice Week 
Neus te iev 1ls20n 
rac Com metits 
crossvord 

Sectien H—Shew 
Drama. mesic and aluse- 
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Busi- 
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Art Calendar , 
Irston R. Barnes ... 
Book Reviews 
James H. Beattie 
Fragtkiin R. Bruns . 
Busipess Outlook 
Richard lL. Coe 
“Country Livin 
Johg Crosby 
Crossword Puzzie 
Death Notices Outdoors 

District Affairs 2 Lovella Parsons 
Editprials ' Drew Pearson 
Edugation Direct The Philatelst 
Herbert Elliston Pinfeathers, Pegasus 
Engagements Leslie Judd Portmer 
Federa! Diary Katherine 8B. Poser 
Eddie Gallaher 
Garden Clubs 

Golf News . 
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Aubrey Graves 
Walter Haight 
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Mary Haworth 
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Paul Herron 

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Hore@scope | 
Horses and Peopie 
How to Keep Well 
Hunting and Fishing 
Walter Hubbard 
Paul Hume 

In the Groove 
Robert P. Jordan 
Walter Karig 
Dorvthy Kilgallen 
Jerry Kiuttz 

Lat Casebook 
Lawrence Laurent 
Letters to Editor ... 
J. A. Livingston 
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Old and New Souths. Page Fl. aie wa 

Nashua. Swaps, Swoon’s Sen win day's $300,000 berse Gendetes Be tory Wome 7] 
races. Page C1 716 lik Se Mw, «=RELS7-9732 

Me! Parnell] pitches no-hitter as Bosion defeats Chucage. 
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Marine Corps S/Sgt. Mat- 
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The trial will draw national | 2 ie mle ies “a § — 49 50 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED 
attentifn to the famed “boot e y £mee “oe | 
training” base, where the en-| “ Cent ~~ ” 


FINE KID MOHAIR AND WOOL 


manslaughter in the death of 
six young recruits, goes to trial 


Ure system of Marine Corps 
recruit training has been drawn | 
into question. 

Gen. Randoiph McCall Pate. 
Marine Corps commandant. 
candidly sums it up: 

“In @ very real sense. the 
Marine Corps is on trial for 
the tragedy of Ribbon Creek! 
just as surely as Sergeant Mc. 
Keon.” 

McKeon will go on trial at 9 
*. m. before a 7-man military 
court to answer for the tragic! 
night march of /pril 8, when 


he led 74 mémb>rs of his pla-' 


toon into a treacherous tidal 


inlet of Ribbon Creek at Parris 


Island. 


Six young recruits—including 


an Alexandria boy, Jerry La- 
ronte Taomas, 17, of 2708 Elm. 
wood dr. Burgundy Village— 
were drowned in a general 
panic that ensued when several 
recruits were swept into deep 
water by an outgoing tide. 

The Marine Corps, promising 
no attempt to “whitewash” its 
own system, charges that Mc 
Keon was under the influence 
of aicohol “to an unknown de- 
gree” at the time 

A Court of Inquiry charge 
accuses the 3l-yearold Marine 
veteran of eight years of drink- 
ing an “unknown quantity of 
vodka” during the morning, af- 
ternoon and early evening be- 
fore he led Platoon 71 on the 
ill-fated march. 


Four Charges 

McKeon will be tried on four 
charges of violating the Uni- 
form Code of Military Justice 
— manslaughter, cruelty and 


maltreatment, failure to obey 


orders, and bringing discredit 
to the Armed Services. 

if convicted urder Ar'icle 
119 of manslaughter, McKeon 
faces a maximum penalty of 
10 years at hard labor. dishon- 
orable discharge and forefeiture 
of all pay and allowances. 

maximum penalty for 

conviction under Article 92. dis- 
obeying orders, is two years at 
hard labor, and under Article 
83. cruelty. one year at hard 
labor. A dishonorable discharge 
and loss of pay also would fol- 
low 

The general Article 134 car- 
ries a lesser penalty of three 
months imprisonment and loss 
of two-thirds pay vp to three 
months. 


Trial Open te Public 

Because of the wide dtten- 
tion and the national debate 
set off s# to whether the Ma- 
rine Corps recruit training is 
too tough, the trial has. been 
opened to the public. | 

The Parris Island Depét 
Grade School, scene of the trial. 
is expected to be jammed with 
scores of newspaper, television 
and racis men who are being 
accommodated by the Marine 
Corps in a special barracks at 
the semitropical base. 

McKeon, who was freed from 
the Parris Island brig and 
placed under a O-mile restric. 
tion on May 25 by Navy Secre- 
tary Chaties Thomas, will be 
amply represented by counsel 

In addition to the three legal. 
lytrained Marine officers ap- 
pointed by the Navy, he will be 
defende] by a famed New York 
trial lawyer, Emile Zola Ber- 
man, and his own brother-in- 
law, Thomas P. Costello, also 
a New York attorney. 

Berman is expected to lay 
heavy emphasis on the drink- 
ing charges placed against Mc- 
Keon, which nowhere allege 
that the slim, crew-cut sergeant 
was drunk. 


Denies Drunkenness 


McKeon himself reportedly 
denies he was drunk when he 
ordered his platoon out to. as 
he has stated, “teach disci- 
pline.” 

In a copyrighted story of an 
interview w'th McKeon over 
the weekend, the Internationa! 
News Se -vice reported McKeon 
denied he was intoxicated at 
the time of the death march. 

The INS story. by James L 
Kilgalien, quoted McKeon as 
saying “my conscience is clear 
on that engle. I didn't take 
them out on the march because 
of liquor. I was just as clear- 
headed as I am sitting here 
now. That's the honest truth, as 
God is my judge.” 

McKeon, who has been living 
at his home four miles across 
Port Royal sound from the 
“Island,” has been serving as 
clerk-typist to the Roman Cath- 
olic chaplain at Parris Island 
while waiting for the start of 
the trial that will make Marine 
history. 


The Arthur Millers Arrive 


As part of their rousing welcome te Lendon. 


honeymooners Arthur Miller 


ler are greeted br Sir Laurence Olivier 
(left) and his wife, actress Vielen Leigh. 


and Mrs. Mil move 


Mra Willey (“lerio Werree will make @ 
sit Se Lae Witeies eter, 
Marilern * eaqpesed@ ge coursed (he Sritish 
press Ge Geer Ge pele Gere Page 2) 


20-Hr. Pistol Armed Husband Seizes 
Peeping Tom Suspect 


W hipping 
Charged to 5 


TAYLORSVILLE, WN. C.. July 
14 w—Five men will go on 
trial here Monday on charges 
of stringing up a confessed 
bootiegger who is a witness in 
Federal and state liquor law 
cases and pistol whipping him 
for 20 hours 

The men, alleged members 
of a gigantic illegal liquor 
syndicate operating out of 
Taylorsville, are charged with 
kidnapping and torturing con 
fessed bootlegger Kenneth J 
Hogien two years ago. Hogien 
claimed the men beat him for 

hours while hung by his 
fingers from a rafter in a lonely 
Catawba River cabin 

Hoglen said the men accused 
him of stealing $18,000 while 
on a whisky bDuying trip. m 
Washington 

The five defendants are 
Raiph Burgess, Taylorsville 
Wayne Watson and Frank Mar- 
tin, Lenoir: Travis Triplett of 
North Wilkesboro and Neil 
Davis of Caldwell County. 
iN. C. 
| The defendants and Hoglen 
are among 31 persons recently 
indicted on charges of violating 
Federal liquor iaws. Avuthor- 


ities described the syndicate's/ 


operation as “the biggest in 
western North Carolina.” 
Hoglen vanished in January 
1955, just one day before he 
was to have testified against 
his alleged kidnapers. FB! 
agents found Hoglen in a small 
community near Pampa, Tex 
Hoglen has been held under 
$50,000 bond since his return 


Stolen Baby's 
Mother Looks 


AtyV agrant 


WESTBURY. WN. ¥.. July 14 
(INS)}—The mother of kid 
naped Peter Weinberger was 
taken to a police station during 
the night. reportedly te try to 
identify a vagrant who had 
been picked up. 

Mrs Beatrice Weinberger 
was closeted with detectives 
for nearly an hour in the con 
ference room of Third Precinct 
Headquarters at East Williston 

Apparently the attempted 
identification failed, as neither 
FBI nor local authorities would 
comment. 

Mrs. Weinberger was brought 
to the station and taken home 
in a squad car. She ister re- 
turned for another brief con- 
ference 

Nassau Chief of Detectives 
Stuyvesant Pinnell said 
would make “no further com 
ments nor answer a@hy ques 
tions until there is a positive 
development.” 

Earlier. investigators said 
they planned to pump out al 
storm water drains in the area 
around the Weinberger home 
in an effort to find new clues, 
or, possibly, Peter's body 


Recently Hatched 

W hooping Crane 

Dies of Infection 
NEW ORLEANS, July 


14 @ could do was play dead 


4 2)l-vear-old Arlimgion mat 
wes captured a. gunpent 
an irate husband about 1 a. m 
yesterday and heid on a perp 
ing tom charge 

Arlington police said Richart 
T. Polk of S12 XN. Randel = 
was captured by Roger BZ Wa 
lard of 4121 N. Pouwrth «= 
.riington. Willard. 28 taid pe 
lice be and bis wile were oe 
tiring im ther greuntdieer 
apartment in the Buckingham 
Apartments when they heard @ 
noise outside ther betirenm 
window 

Armed with e gun. Willard 
went to the window 19 Invest 
gate and saw 8 ™an Tung 
away. He showted « warning 
and fired one shot to hell She 
man 

He said he then forced Polk 
to be on the ground while be 
vrte called police Pohor found 
several holes poked mm the 
screen through which Polk ap 


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Airman Shot 
By Gunman 


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P—An airman todey credited 
the cast on his Draken werk 
with saving his life when be was 
shot by a young gunman 

Air Force T Set. Themes © 
Thompson, stationed with thr 
cround observer corps an Cha 
lotte was shot twice ang ic 
for dead on a country [eet & 
by a hfichiee 


Anson Count) 
yesterdays 

He walked to = Tanmheust 
and called polce Pau!) Donat 
Maske Zl. of Sugearioens &© 
Anson County. ¥@s apprehend 
ed shortly afterwards near tie 
South Carolina borfier by Sr 
State Patrol 

Maske was charged with a 
coult with intent ae Kill ant 
placed in the Amson OouTly 
Jail 

Thompson told police he wae 
driving cast from Oberiete 
and stopped at Monroe tr hus 
cigarettes. He sald 2. “Ds 
asked him for a ride t» Waters 
boro 

“] agreed and we tedr trem 
Monroe to Watedborn. Ater 
about 20 miles he Grew hs ps 
tol and teld me te Gree a 
cording to is @irections ~ 

The airman said Maske ™@ 
structed him to stop m the ae 
serted Anson road 

“Il was wearing a neck brace 
as the result of a broken THESE, 
received im @n <eetomepir 
wreck not long age and coun 
not fight back, and one of op 
hands 1s partially paralysrt af 
» result of the wreck There 
was nothing | could de hu Op 
as he said and prey w 
spared 

“| was instrecte”d te walk 
into a patch of woods. He Se 
lowed me with the pistol Furs. 
he shot me im the back. Laikil 
the bullet hit the brace 1 wos 
wearing and glanced of. Tha 
likely saved my lie 

“] knew that the only Thimg 7 
] tp 


The first whooping crane ever pled to the ground ant - 


born in captivity has died of a 


peared to be @ goner 
walked up to me and she me 


lung infection, Audubon Zoo again, this time im the meck I 


officials disclosed today 
‘young .chick, first of 


hatched last month to the only 


The still did pot move, though te 
two Pain was almost unbearanr 


“That's when tbe collied ome 
over and searched my pockets 


two’ whooping cranes in captiv- He tock what money I thet 


ity, was found dead yesterday 


A second chick. hatched three convertible. I 
soon disappeared “@lked for help 


days later, 

and 

‘George Douglas guessed 

an ow! carried it away. 
The 


chick, Crip and do, 


Park Superintendent 
that 


and then drove of m my 188 
sat wp ant 


It was an ewful experience 
and I feel lucky to be alne” 


peeetti laf atenrptied to epen 
the Venema Sine. 

Polk cocentiy wae rceleased 
trom jmeun afer faving served 
™.> wears Sor ousebresking, 
ancertimng oF Det. Capt Dudley 
7S Rerorm Wertor sad Polk has 
e lenge wweemnic cecorcd. 

The suspects Sretiter. John 
R Paik DA. o@ cow serving 3 
“acs of gta fer Kidnapping 
ant cage On tie ogtt of June 
i Wl Join Polk and William 
QR Peeor bcheoced the Orde of 
2 tema leufenant from a Calo- 


Fake Priest Fetled 
In Meemeery The ft 


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eauiro and Ghat the identifica 
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ROME, July 14 (®—Italy told) ters, fying Egyptian and Yugo-;ment’s pension pram and 15,off their jobs on July 23, —— === ee ee 
‘Russia today that a world arm- slaw flags circled over the air-' other decisions made previous. union leaders decided here to- 


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cause. of international tensions. ; day = ASTHN 
Joining her pension program would They reached the strike aeci. nent 


PARK FREE AT ANY Westerns part drove past, American thunder-increase payments to retired 0m unanimously after a two-| i. nae mine, coaghing ond 4 and duttieuls 
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Soviet Premier rubles to $1 it was estimated) Then the union leaders called citer teres, reles brome val free? breathing 
Nikolai A. Bul- Skyscraper for Milan the pensions would cost the na- 0M British Minister of Labor] :.1 sousder sleep. Ort MENDAOO st érug- 
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AG 


Sunday, July 15, 1956 


Red Gains Seen 


In Navy 


By Rose 


International 


The Senate Subcommittee on 
Airpower released vesterday a 
Warning that the Soviets have 
Made substantial progress in 
their race to wrest naval su 
remacy from the United 
tates 

Vice Adm 
Geputy chief 


Thomas 5S. Combs 

of maval opera 
tions, said in secret testimony 
June 6, that since 1945 “ver 
tainly they have closed the gap" 
between the Ru sian na’ ' 
second largest in the worid 
the U.S. Navy 

Release of the transcript 
showed Sen. Henry M. Jackson 
TD.-Wash.) commented sharply 
Shat of the three branches of 
Zhe armed services, the Navy 
“is the only one that 
proudly say is the largest in th 
world.” 

But, Jackson said. in view of 
“substantial inroads” by the 
Soviets with their fleet of 430 
submarines, “we have been go 
ing downhill in relation to the 
Soviet navy.” 

Allies Important 

Combs commented he would 
“rather say they have been con 
ing uphill.” Jackson agreed 
this was a “better choice of 
words.” 

The admiral said if the Com 
munists took contro! of Greece 
Yugoslavia or Italy, the United 
States Naw might be forced out 
of the Mediterranea! He said 
also if NATO count 
not with ws the 
would change entirely 
would have to reass 
tion. 
~« Combs 


ond 


we eo 


and ~ 
ss Our posi 
agreed wi Sen 


Power 


McKee 
News Service 


A. G. ill 


Duff (R.Pa). that! 
Navy planes could hit and de-! 
stroy enemy Cities well as 
sea targets 


James H 


as 


WEAPONS —f rom Pq. I 


Gen. McCormack 
.» ther have tep refles in new agency, 


At another point, Combs said 
Navy planes could wipe out air 
fieids in some satellite nations 

The subcommittee, headed by 
Sen. Stuart Symington (D.-Mo 
broadened its inquiry to include 
naval strength at the demand future—the Army's 
of GOP members who said an the Ai Fi 
accurate picture of UU. S. an What « va 
power could not be obtained 
without considering the 10.00 
operating planes of the Navy 
Enemy Planes Penetrate manned 

Symington told Combs one 
of the most wunfo 


Evaluation A 


Nike B or 


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ba ” 


ld 


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strated omvoers” 
iow mucn « phasis 
‘UNnZLe should be placed on prepera 
things the inquiry has dis tion for a “limited war.” which 
closed “is that the combined Army chiefs claim is more like 
production of light jet bombers jy to oceur than all-out thermo 
by the Navy and Air Force is nuclear attacks’ 
thousands less” than the Com © Could Navy aircraft car 
munists are producing riers operate in close waters 

Combs revealed the Navy has like the Mediterranean and 
“run exercises in which low close to enemy shores in war. 
level bombers penetrated deep'time and how much damage 
into the United States through could they do? 
radar coverage and they were vm 
successful in going back inland Old Unit's Difficulties 
a thousand miles and comm Fi 
back out.” 

He said this was done even “compre! 
though U.S. defense commands independe 
were told these planes would wations” like these..Its first 

me maior job was to weigh the 

The admiral said the Navy's comparative worth of the B36 
greatest need is skilled person- and postwar “super” carrier 

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id use more planes. Other composed of 23 ym 
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That Seized Red Plane 


By George Boultwood 
Associated Press 

INGOLSTADT, Germany 
July 14.—Freedom-seeking Mun- 
garians said today “complete 
lack of hope for the future” 
drove them to risk their lives 
by capturing a Communist air- 
liner in midflight battle to es» 
‘cape to the West. 

Seven Hungarians, who told 
‘German police they hated com- 
imunism, crash-lan’ed the Amer 
‘ican-built DC3 of the Hungarian 
‘State Airlines on an airfield 
‘near here iast night. 
| Five of them suffered head 
injuries and broken bones in 4 
h they 
and 
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of four 


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bhioody struggle 
subdued the crew 
eht other 
armed a Communist secret po 
lice agent among them and 
hedgehopped along the Danube 
River out of Hungary across 
‘ustria and into West Germany 
Two passengers caught in the 
ys revoi ined the rebels 
asking asylum today, pouce 

4 i 
» Horvath, 34, and 
llona Antal, 19, in 
nocent bystanders injured in 
the fieht, decided to ask to 
rema'n in West Germany 
lice sources said 
passed notes from their 
pit tal rooms asking each other 
hat they should de. They had 
said earlier they planned to 
announce their engagement in 

three weeks. 
tal asked a reporter 
about the chances of a job in 
West Germany. Told there was 
a labor shortage, she exclaimed 

“But the Communists told us 
that thousands of unemployed 
tanding idie in the 
streets In Germany.” 

[A senior police Inspector, 
Rupert Zwing, was quoted by 
Reuters as saying West Ger- 
many was “absolutely certain” 
nt asvium to the six Hun 

men and a girl who 
seized control of the airliner 

Zwing also said it had been| 
deci led not to issue arrest war- 
rants aga nst the seven, though | 
they might have to face a pos- 

hle charge of entering West 
any illegally.} 

Together with the five 
escapees in the hospital were) 
seven passengers and crew 
members suffering from in- 
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Gyorgy Polyak, a former World’sparks of indiv idual ambition 


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pilot, whe was leader of the 
pilot. 


There was one woman among calise we never knew whether 
the conspirators. She was Enese they would let us realize our 
19, wife of Ferenc Iszak,' ambitions.” 


lszak. 
a 25-year-old Budapest student, | 
who was with her. 


It Hungarian air force was why we left.” 


“Nobody can plan for the fu 
ture in Hungary,” she said, “be 


Another escapee, Joseph 


Interviewed Jakaby. a 25-yearold student 


im the hospital, where she is be- said he joined the plot because 
ing treated fof a broken finger in Hungary “there is absolutely, 


and broken ankle received in) no future for young men. 


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By Richard R. Kasischke 

VIENNA, July 14 #—Shaken,. students by reducing weekly 
by the June 28 uprising of classroom hours from 44 to 28 
Polish workers in Poznan, Com-| or 32 hours and promising that 
munist rulers in Eastern Europe henceforth compulsory lectures 
are promising reforms to their in Marx-Leninism will be less 
protesting workers and stu- dull. But they did not meet stu- 
dents. dent demands for genuine ac» 
demic freedom and the import 
of western books and news 
papers. 

East Germany—Communist 
rulers retreated on efforts to 
increase worker production 
quotas. Trade wnion secretary 
Otte Lehmann said they were 
withdrawn because the work- 
ers received them with “indig- 
nation,” 

(The Communist union organ 
Tribune «aid miners in four 
East German towns denounced 
the shortcomings of the Red 
regime at recent union meet- 
ngs, according to United Press, 

i(Tribuene praised the “de 
mocracy” shown by potassium 
miners in the towns of Merkers, 
Tiefenfort, Stadtlengsfeld and 
Unterbreizbach.| 

Hungary— ‘the Communist 
press reported a meeting of 
Budapest stee! workers protest- 
ing against “incomprehensible 
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promises may prove difficult— 
depending on Moscow's reac. 
tion and how far the Polish 
goes in adjusting 
“justified grievances” 
of Polish workers. 

Poland announced last night 
that the nation's economic plan. 
ning chief, Eugeniusz Szyr, had 
been relieved of that post and 
assigned to be Minister of 
Building. Stefan Jedrychowski.| 
Deputy Premier, was appointed 
economic planner. 

This shift and 
last Sunday 
istries of aut mobile 
en and machine industry 
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the Poznan upheaval and gov 
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Israeli, Abduct Girl 


JERUSALEM, Israeli Sector! 

14 Israel complained 

e Mixed Armistice Com 

today about the killing 

1 young Israeli mechanic by 

wrmed band and the tempo 

abduction of his 

a parked car 6 miles from 
Jordan borde 

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with a Sten gun appeared out of 
the darkness and ordered them 
drive on. Grauback refused 

was then told to alight 

he did so there was a 
f gunfire and Grauback 
the ground 
more men in khaki 
armed with rifles, ap- 
peared and forced Miss Frank 
to leave the car With the ra- 
dio still playing, they marched 
ner eastward. Twice they asked 
ner for military information, 
but she said she had no such 
iniormation 

‘once they asked her nation 
ality, and. she told them. “I'm 
from Russia She said she 
thought “it makes a good im 
pre m to tell an Arab now 
that one comes from the Soviet 
L nior 

She thought the three men 
with the rifles wanted to kill 

put that the man with the 

gu yoviously the leader 
ied to spare her life. She 
she spoke in Hebrew and 
understood the lan 

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Elks Head 

Fred L. Behn of Zanesville. 
Ohie. has been installed as 
Grand Exalted Ruler of the 
Elks. The ceremonies were 
held at the Elks 92d annual 
convention in Chicago. 
they were. one answered, “We 
are soldiers 

Finally they released her 
after about af hour. She went 
to a police station, where she 
reported what had happened 


U. N. Chief to Seek Peace for Mideast 


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UNITED NATIONS, 
July 14 (INS}—Dag Hamma 
skjold will make an all-out bid 
in the coming week fer peace 
in the Middle East and an end 
to bloody and re 
raids on the borders 
ff Israel and the Arab neigh 


incidents 


Lauatory 


Next Wednesday. the U. N 
Secretary General will meet in 


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3 Die in Crash 
Of Private Plane 


PETOSKEY. Mich. duly 14 
h—Three persons were killed 
when their private 
plane crashed during a heavy 
wind and rain storm. They were 
Bernard Cassidy, 43, of Chicago; 
his brotheriniaw. Emil A 
Michaels. 45. of Lombard. Iil.. 
and Michaels’ wife, Marjorie, 45 

The party was en route from 
Traverse ‘ ity. Vii n to Petos 
key to meet Cassidys wile 
Lois, who took part in the re 
cent powder puff derby and was 
attending a convention of wom 
en fiers here. 


lest nigh 


Jerusalem with Maj. Gen. ©. L 
Burns of Canada, the U. NX 
truce chief, consider the 
Palestine situation and the pos 
sibilities of permanently easing 
tensions in the border strips be 
ang Aras 

Hammarskjold, who preceded 
to the Middle East 
mes 
Curtain lands 


1o 


tween the Israelis 


his return 
by ou rough the Iron 
and taiks wilh 
top Seviet leaders a5 well as 
Marshal Tite of Yugoslavia. 
has convineed himseli—as his 
reports beck to LU. N. headaquar- 
ters indicate—that none of the 
lisputing leaders im any sener 
cares to risk war over the Pal 
estine question 

But Hammarskjolid. an om 
thusiastic beliewer in faceto 
fac showdown talks with those 
who contro! the distines of na 
tions. wants to make sure that 
the cease-fire agreements he ne- 
gotiated on his peace mission 
last April are sound and solid 

He has informed U. N. head 
quarters he will seek out for 
earnest taiks Premier Ben 
Gurion of israel and Mrs 
Golda Myerson. the Israel For- 
eign Minister. The next day. 
July 18. he will cross over to 
the Arab side of Jerusalem and 


rHE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
gop Sundey, July 15, 1956 \ 11 


confer with King Husein of Mindezenty Is Moved 


Jordan and his chief aides. | 
Hammarskjold will proceed 


Reuters 


VIENNA, «July 


leased last summer, has been 
14— Joseph moved from a monastery to a 


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Florida Newspaper Reporters from Miami to Orlando, After 
Visiting This Development, Give Enthusiastic “On-the-Scene” 
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NEW AND BEAUTIFUL 
COUNTRY CLUB DEVELOPMENT 


ORLANDO SENTINEL Florida has been voted the state where miost people in the nation prefer 

Oriande. Flonds to spend their vacations. Florida is no longer looked upon merely as the best 
place for winter vacations, but now more people go to Florida in summer 
than used te go in winter. It is only natural to want to own your own 
place im this magical State which affords such varied pleasures and 
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perfect for year-round living that the state has to offer. 


June 3rd swe 


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* PAVED STREETS 
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sea level and away from the threat of hurricanes, this beautiful lake 
property is within easy motoring distance of both the Atlantic Ocean and 
the Gelf of Mexico. Summer humidity is lower here because 
elevation from 64 te 115 feet. 


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In Crash of T ransport ee oe 


FT. DIX, N. J. July 14 W)storms often produces strong, Going afoot to Investigate, ; | Du, X. J, cared two, Saaterd kt Wate 


a a doomed plane's takeedl fo enced nisin’ currents, experl-\he said he found Kiley in the! — | Washington area men an Army Tuestiay after spending pert of 
ured today in ‘an futenaive!’ wither « downdraft or i ae ig ver ~ 
probe of the first major dis-\can cause a plane momentarily circles" and crying ‘“plane} | 
aster in the history of the Mili-\1o lose altitude Moving out of °T@sh.” It was these two who 
vary Air Transport Service. an updraft, a plane sinks quick-|reportedly brought first word) 
Forty-ive persons died and ly, like a man walking off a/of the accident to authorities. 


21 others aboard were injured cliff 
| Rescue parties, first using) 
as the big, four-engined plane| ‘The silver-colored C118 Lift pong tools, and then einai 


plunged into a boggy pine for-| mactor YT vara! 

, the military version of 

oe fat an the DC-6 commercial eirliner,|thicn’ grocth te brine ont = 
Force Base in @ thunderstorm. |C2* **timated to be only about stunned, the injured, the dead 


to 700 feet aloft when the) : hours 
It was the first crash costing| ble came. aye Seteee the jod. 


passenger lives since the serv-| Military spokesmen said sev- 
' was done. 
ice — organized eight years eral factors probably prevented, 4 log road was built over 
ago. service annually trans-/additional deaths. Brush and the mire to give access to am 
ports hundreds of thousands of pine trees, some of them 100 bulances. 
military personnel and depend. feet tall, served to cushion the’ Seven women and two chil- lightning may have been a fac 
et ~ he. pm from bases in this | impact as the plane ripped a dren were among the 45 dead.'tor. the UP report added) 
ome 7.7 “yg ome |500-yard swath in the woods. (Five of the 21 injured were in} The afternoon's thunderstorm Metropolitan 
As en. Joseph Smith,; It hit, bellydiown, as in a critical condition at the Ft. Dix had brought freakish weather to 
MATS « commanding general,'crash landing, from the rela- Hospital. The plane carried @ , gaic 
patel spital. P the vicinity. including «a . 
lew in from bis Maryland hpad- tively low altitude. Seats on the total of 66—a crew of 10. 50 that damaged property 
=— ‘ plane faced toward the rear, a military personnel and 6 ci\knocked automobiles about in 
safety device used for some vilians. : 
He Misses Wreck, time in oe Most pas-- Colonel Goss said an aircraft thunderstorm 
; sengers sti ad on seat belts. accident investigation board.! ores knocking out power at 
Drowns Next Day |Pyt. Thomas Kiley, of Law- made up of senior officers and the Ft. Dix police station and 
TRENTON, N. J.; July 14 am |Temce, Mass. who stumbled headed by Brig. Gen. George causing some minor flooding 
\ir Force Lt. Russell E. Tup- bleeding and dazed from the Daney, of the MATS Atlantic Anoth.. survivor of the plane 
per Jr., who had planned until] WTeckage, said he felt “a tre- Division. would analyze “mi-'erach Set Robert R. Achilew of 
the last minute to fly to Eng- ™eMdous jarring” just before nutely all aspects” of the crash. Wrightstown, N. J. said the vi- 
land aboard the C118 trans. ‘"@ plane slammed into the A special air safety team also cious downdraft struck ‘the 
port that crashed here yester. ‘2/2-soaked treetops, and broke was ma | here from Norton plane just “when we needed 
day killing 45, apparently #P@rt Air Porce Base, Sen Bernerdine-\ power” te climb 
drowned today Be + on a | _ Simultaneously, on a lonely) Calif., to aid in the inquiry. The plane was piloted by Maj. 
canoe ride with his wife. dirt road nearby, Pfc. Rudolph! [Officials in Washington, the Joseph Ray Wiliets of Los An 
Tupper and his wife, Ann. ‘A. Johnson, 22, of Norfolk, Va..' United Press reported. said the geles. a veteran of 13 years in 
both were missing after set. “#5 “riving through blinding crash probably was due more to the Air Force with a 4000 hours 
ting out on a canoe ride on |"2'". When he heard a “splut- the turbulence of the thunder- of flying time. He fought in 
Crosswicks creek in suburban |‘°T'"€ noise” and then “a big storm than to a downdraft World War Il and participated 
Creeswicka. ‘noise in the center of the’ [Investigators also will be im the Berlin Airlift. He was 
| woods 6 looking for the possibility that! among the dead. 


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said 2d LA. George A. Wiltse of 


Santa Monica, Cal. “We seemed , a te - 7 * a Pes m 3.4 i ee ae | = oe ad \} : . <6 $455 | “aX 
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Lightning crackled and heavy 


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clouds, rain and hail darkened 
the late-afternoon atmosphere 
as the plane took off. Three eo 
miles from the runway, it hit 
into a remote, swampy woods ty 
at the edge of the huge Ft. Dix 
military reservation o Uf 
Lt. Col. Richard Goss. inform 


mation officer. said “weather 
conditions at the time of the 


takeoff were within acceptable 
standards for normal proce- WwW 
aure 
Visibility at the air base was Se _a , : eee er 
reported to be a mile, with a | Sa) eS. | Books Se oot ., : = 7 ea.” lng 2 oy oe ae tee a : ~~ Mae a 
ceiling of 2000 feet and scat-| “ooo ae a aa —_ ea ae . * mae oe Po bk a ae oe , 
tered clouds at 500 feet when SSE VES See ‘eg OS A 5 ed : oe m co 
the plane took off for Burton- SS SSS ket Se se . 8 ; 
wood, England. The minimum 
flight requirements were said 
to be a 300foot ceiling and a 
half-mile visibility. 
“Everything happened so 
quickly,” said Airman Albert 
J. Buck, of Philadelphia, one of 
the survivors. “We were going 
along steady, hit a downdraft, 


and she dropped.” ertire street 
Boiling air amid thunder. JL expands again! We're taking over the | a Ss AV E b oa O MA 
oa : of the huge building at 9th and F Streets as Bates Jewelers 


Slain Mother’s moves out. Hundreds of additional stems have been reduced 
— : ste | most spectacular giveaway of really fine furniture’ Many O 


For 2d Autopsy —4 farnous names reduced for the first time. Only a few of the 
PITTSBURGH, July 14 @ | : hundreds of items listed here. All for immediate delivery 0 Daily 9-30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 


Funeral services were held to- | | ; only. Come early tommorrow rnorraing’ 
Thursday 9-30 a.m. to 9 p.m. 


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day for the slain 26-yearold 
Mrs. Nancy Dickson, wife of a : 
Ells was Bat dowered inte the All Sales Final! Sale at F St. Store Only! No Mail or Phome Orders! 
grave. instead, the court or 
dered it brought back from the 
cemetery to a funeral home for 
a@ second autopsy. 

An earlier autopsy showed 
Mrs. Dickson, mother of two 
children, suffered two bullet 
wounds and a sku!l fracture, 
presumably from a blow. | Frames, elaborately carved; some un- 

Her 30-yearold husband, | finished; less than manutacturer’s cost. 
Wally, claims he found his wife - 
early Tuesday morning on the 
floor of their Edgewood district 
apartment after his retum 
from a round of taverns. He 
denies killing ~~ er 

Dr. Theodore R. Heim , 
said Mrs. Dickson may have freend Modern Living Reom MY an on sv7.00 ! 
been bludgeoned and shot to fe PE j 
death as early as 7p. mM. last) odern Limed Osk Droplest Table, ex- : | = — = 
yo autopsy was ar tends to take one 12” leat, complete with : eeerbed by Ectose. eer ocr eer ITS 139.92 | 
ranged by Dickson's counsel, 
Lawrence O'Toole. The attor- 
ney contends Dickson is being 
detained illegally on a murder 
charge. Dickson was returned 
to jail following the funeral FE RLS 
services. Medern 7-Piece Cherry Dinette Set (but- 
fet, china, table, 3 side chairs, | arm 
chair) ‘ 498.95 297.49 

. 29. @ Innersp Stedic, complete with bol- 
St. Catherine S Sound sters, woe! to sleep two (as is) 114.95 79.95 
Channel Projected | a yn aan ae CRS TE won stnne 

4 $28,000 navigation channel | 

at St. Catherine's Sound in St ' French Provincial 3-Piece Bedroom— 

Marys County, Md., is being Antique White (triple Gresser—chest - - . 

planned by U. S. Army Engi- —bded) 650.00 wey - 
neers, Rep. Richard E. Lank- | Limed Ooak Modern Cedar Chest by Lane ’ 
ford (D-Md.) said yesterday. | Limed Osk Modern Cedar any Ae 

I enkford aid the project, | Poon Batten Sapa Lounge 
to be completed by June, 1957, wit 
provides i a channe! six feet j Flame Colored Lounge Chair with 
deep and 100 feet wide through 
the lower entrance into the town Lounge $-Piece Dinette Set 
— —— ne eee wee in solid oak (round table, 4 captain's 
an a cnann . chatinn .. ather 500.0 . 
and 80 feet wide through the Toile a deectentinan cde 9 S9888 Sele. 
upper en trance from the essa Bed. Black and Madeira mahogany —— 329.00 2ba.46 
Wicomico River. Saniebened ~ 64900 398.95 . ~ * 
Kroehler Sofa Bed, green tweed 139.95 9844 : 259.95 eenand 
Va, Gets U. S. d (\Wrmet Wildwood Chery Dining Room and Miheinn t 

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“*—President Eisenhower to- Ser = 
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the Armed Forces experimental table, 4 side chairs, 2 arm chairs) ... . 1295.00 895.00 
training activity, near Williams- 7 Piece Cordovan Mahogany Junior Di- 
burg. It will be used for Set (buffet, china, table, 4 side 
National Guard training. rere ‘ "949.95 287.69 

, chairs) 2% 


Silver Fox $-Piece Dinette Set 
Grey Mahogany Wardrobe ...........129.95 59.88 
CORRECTION 2-Piece Sectional Sefa, charcoal grey y ’ 
The (as is) 349.95 178.42 
3/ 3-Cushion Sofa in figured linen cover. 289.95 218.89 
¥4-TON RCA Casual Cherry Modern Pembroke Table. 69.95 43.95 iy ‘J 0 
AIR CONDITIONER S-Piece Twin Bed Mahogany Hepplewhite . 


Theat ap the advertise. Bedroom Suite, Dowble Dresser, Chest, 2 
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Saeder. July 15. 1956 


Cypriots Vow 


"Eye for 


Kye’ 


Te ef Prev 


NICOSIA. Cyorus. July 4 — 
The Cyprit underground today 
greeted the arrival of a British 
peace segotister with an oul 
berst of threats te kill Britich 
emilians. iscludmg chiidren, on 
on “eve foc an eve seen 

Lecd Radc arrived 
Seday of astructions§ from 
Prime Minister Anthony Eden 
te werk out 9 sew DSeral com 
Sitteties thai would prevede 
self-goveramest for thr rebel 
nox LOM Y Radcliffe 

te stay several 


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aimest as soon as Rad 
eiiffe arrived 
curity precautions. the E: 
éGerground orgarizatiorm 
netace « would de anything Dut 
cooperate 

EORA 
jets te coene 
eerival aed bes frre 
the Brovist governor 
Baré-z 

“We ware Harding we shall 
Glaiee an eve for an eve.” one 
ef the ieaflets sao For every 
young bey billed we shall kill 
a young Exgickh bey. For every 
ef mae hile’ we shall clam 
es eld man and for every Creek 
woman. we «bal! kil! an English 


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EORA leaflets alse ademmitied 
wnderground responsi> 
lest Seedar’s marder of a Brit 
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Nehru Says U. 


unde- meavy Se « 


Britis 

The wederground 
followed last sights action br 
the powerful Ethnarchy Council 
ruling body of the Greek Orthe 
Geox (Charch im Cyorus 
tually rejecting the sew British 


ground fighters had killed 212 


Th- Ethnarch said only exiled 
Cypriot leader, Archbishep Mea. 
karies . could oegetiate and 
speak for Cyprus. Makarios is 
now at @ remote place of cxile 
m the Sevehelies Island of the 
Indian Ocean 

Radcliffe admitted his 
was a difficult ore 
Radciifie will gather informa 
om ana draft preliminary con 
tional plans here before re 
talks 


,od 


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turn ine te LA 
with Eden 


US. © elcomes Eden Plan 
On Cyprus Problem 


ce cet Prese 

The United States yesterday 
eelcomed Eritains itMmtent te 
#Ork owt some form of se if-gov 
erument on the island of 
vores 

The State Department said in 
2 ome sentence comment 

The United States welcomes 
the intention of the Britis? gov 
erument as antneounsced ty 
Prime Muimaster Eden to proceed 
"Hh the develonment of self 
government on the island of 
_vyorus 


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Policy 


Tends to Divide World 


—Priume 
Nebre de 
States 
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Much of our thinking is per- 
verted by concepts of commu 
niem and snticommuniem If 
Russia had been @ great power 
as M is today. without being « 
s Communist power. the same 
conflist undoubtedly would ex- 
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Nehru said the twe major 
world preGiems tedayr are «a 
Givided Germany and the Far 


' East 


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WE the @her mans thimking 
Ties koed of thimking leaves 
@e roem fer any country te sit 
em the froce Tf. carried te its 
foal end & divide« the world 
rte twe hesfile camp: each of 
which i ready te spring af the 
Shrest «of the other 
Nelrs sald the cold war 
“weds te hatred. 
oEEeeriee 6 6a 
othe: 
“A cold wer can ently be justi 


The German prebiem. he 
sid. could be solved etther 
by “mepesed cverwheilming 
strength” oc by peaceful nego 
tiation 
“is 
peace must 
added 


this case a clpate of 
be created” he 


Nebru’s remarks were made 


against 
news conference earlier in the 


rule out the poasibtiity indie 
might receguize Communist 


East Germany, 


“IT de not know whet the de 
velopments will be.” Nehru 


in floor fashion & 


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Dyearoid German died today American soldiers. 
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Of Cisler 


The International Coopers 
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of interest whatsoever m ms 
employment of Walker L. Cie 
ler. president of the Detroit 
Edison Co. as & Consultant of 
electric power 

William J. Caldwell, bead of 
the ICA's Office of Public Re 
ports, said Cisler is not engaged 
im @ manufacturing Dusipess) 
which could conflict with his | 
overseas activities. He said Cis 
ler has been of “emermous serv 


lice” te the Nation ) 


Sen. Clinton P. Anderson] 
_— M.). chairman of the Joint 
Committee om Atomic Energy. 
questioned the possible com 
flict. Cisler also heads the 
Pewer Reactor Development 
Co. wheee 44 members repre 
sent 32 otilities firms which 
have jouned to experiment with 
nuclear power plants. 


teld newsmen. “Ne minister 
of my government can Le down 
the government and say what 
it is going to do in the future” 


states a hostile act. Adenauer’ 
position is that such recegni- 
tien wapid solidify the division 

Gefmany. india now has 
diplomatic relations with West 


fear of the day at which be declined to Germany and maintains only 


trade ties with East Germany. 

Nehru appeared before ai 
news conference here after talk-: 
img im secret with Adenauer for) 
three hours 


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The | 
Federal 
Diary 


’ 
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| 
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By Jerry 


Aluttz 


Senators Confer 
On How to Enact 
Retirement Bill 


HOW TO get a good Federal 
niove retiremeni-survivor 
li enacted into law this year 

the subject of one of many 
d confabs. 


wee kel 
, group of senators are de 
ting the possibility of by-pass 
he House Post Office & 
Service Committee on re 
nent. They have proposed 
the House-approved bil! 
ise the salaries of Federal! 
be amended to in 
Johnston retirement 


> 
itTives 


? tne 


If the Senate would approve 
the pay bill with the amend 
ment, the bill could be sent 
to a Senate-House conference 
without prior action by either 
the House Committee or the 
House itself on the Johnston 
CSR bUL In conference, the 
House would either have to 
take the bill or nothing. 

Some of the House of 
nents of the Johnston bill may 
pull a surpri and refuse to 
Say one word against any of it 
or 01 


to. further liber! 


34,8. 


7 a 


J rs 


Ame 


| ae mriy new 
am 
alize 
If this happens, their stratecy 
will be clear. In the first place, 
they will concede the bill's ap 
proval by Congress. but more 
important, they will be con 
vinced the President will veto 
and kill the bill anyway. So. 
some of them conclude. why 
waste the effort on a useless 
battle? However, no one can be 
sure the President would vete 
the Johnston bill even though 
some insiders have a hunch he 
would. 
The 
a the 


7” 


+? 


comprom) 
he 


DAIANCE OF IT 


He PO & 


use 


member 
and 
despite 
jeadershir 
of the Hou 
cerned 


orner 


gress uncer a } 

pension of House rules. During 
such periods the Speaker recog 
nizes the ci! ian of a Com 
mittee. Also it the custom for 
a committee cha 
ciea from the 
I 
t 
pr 
membde! 
tO get action 
bills is tO Oi 

Incidentally) 
re-reading i 
made on 
davs ago 
ment ti 
“Te 
par 

“As chairman 
Committec, | am st 
form my dul 
and in the best interes 
country. I do not Kno 
chairman of a House com: 
that has more burdens 
trials and tribulations and 
more constant pressure and d: 
mands made upon him than | 
as chairman of our committee 

“I sometimes wonder why ! 
do not quit as chairman be 
cause of the heavy pressure and 
many demands and other un- 
pleasant duties that confront 
me. Still, I have a responsibility 
and a sense of duty and can 
shoulder the burdens and stand 
the gaff as long as my con- 
science is clear. I feel that I 
am doing the best job I am capa 
ble of with my many limita 
tion.” 


INTERIOR’'S Bureau of Mines 
has given awards to 
Elizabeth Heuser, Vernis 
den, Jean Marshall, June Haley 
and Anne Rogers NAVY'S 
Ordnance has given like awards 
to: Marie Chomo, H. M. De 
Wilde. Emma Hawkins, J. B 
Moore. R. J. Pierce, R. C. Ste 


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O.P.E.D.A has 

elected: Charles Burkhead 

nt: E. L. LeClerg, vice 
and Dorothy Martin 

tary-treasurer 
ARMY'S Adjutant 

has 

Bright 

Spencer 

Ravior. 

Br 


wri, 


Agriculture's 
le 


secre 


Genera! 


laschak, |} 

P Butler R. 
t. Barbara Henderson, M 
Johnson. Vivian Learn 
Lucas. R. F. Lynch, J. M 
Hielena O'Hara, Elea 
Renfrew, llaggie Ross 

Margaret Sau: ( 


Webb 


' 


Fr. Giamo 


Postman 
Pressgrove, and 20-year 
pins to: Marie Hayes 
Nave, VW. B. Gentry. Dock Svkes« 
W. L. Webster. Ernestine 
son, Louis Lazar, Ralph Holn 
K. J. R Rickle. 
Kempt 
Hindsman 
Mulford, 


ar 


Ode | Vv 
er, Esther Funke. 
T. A. Sullivan 
Elia Boston, R. E 
Proenneke, John McGuire 
Freda Bentley, C. A. Bugg. H. J 
Tew. Emma Haggard, Beatrice 
Gold, Hyman Weinstock, H. B 
Nelson, Bessie Reynolds, Hy 
man Farber, J.C. Ruddy, Helen 
Thompson and Robert Hacken 


Ruth Yost, | 
So-| 


Discuss Campaigns 


The Washington 


Times Berald 


Post 


Us 


ity Life 


AREA NEWS 
OBITUARIES 
FINANCIAL 


Burke Field 
Fight Shifts 
To Senate 
Committee 


Senators to Hear 
Proponents and 
Opponents of 
Proposed Airport 


A running dogfight over a 
$34.7 million appropriation 
request to build a second 
major civil airport for Wash- 
ington at Burke, Va., shifts 
to the Senate Appropriations 
Committee at 10 a. m. Mon- 
la\ 

+ 
»} hear both sup 


mo," (tte < > ie 
ay t 
opponents of the 
re 


National 


proposal! to 


rcrowding at 


he Commerce Department 
ecently requested the funds to 
wuild an operating but not fully 
eloped airport at Burke in 
Fairfax County, 19 miles from 
downtown Washington 

W and 
riendly to the project quickly 

it in their bids to be heard. 


tnesses friendly un 


1ir Groups Favor Burke 


Proponents will include the 
hington Board of Trade 
n of airline pilots and the 
ransport 
represents scheduled 
reial airlines 
Opponents to be heard 
a committee mber 
Willis A. Robertson (D 
and two longtime Con- 
gressional opponents, Sen. John 
Marshall Butler (R-Ma and 
Rep. Joel T. Broyhill (R-Va 
n whose Congressional district 
Burke lies. In addition, repre 
sentati' of Fairfax County 
have asked to present 
the Butler wants the 
huge but nearly idle Friendship 
Airport, serving Baltimore, to 
be used at least temporarily as 
a terminal f Wash 
Burke proponents say 
hip. 31 miles from down 
is too far 


a 
Association 


mie 


me 


rs 
resident . 
ir protests 


second r 
neton 
Friends 
town Washington, 
away. 


Administration Criticized 


Robertson said yesterday the 
isenhower Administration han 
died Burke project in a 
haphazard way.” 

“it waits until 


> > : 
SLTPNUOUS SeSSi( 


the 


near the end 
ym to send the 
Congress a request for appro 
priations,” he declared. 

The Virginia Democrat said 
fe “would not take the ppsition 
that under no circumstances 
should the dimgerous air con 
gestion at our National Airport 
be relieved” by building an air 
port at Burke. However. said 
Robertson, Congress should not 

impose” the airport on Fairfax 
County and on “taxpayers of 
Nation” without “definitels 
knowing” that Friendship Alir- 
port can't be used as an ade 
quate substitute. 


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the 


Today's Chuckle 


Mistress: “Ella, when I hired 
you, you said you were a good 
maid because you never got 
tired. Now this is the third 
afternoon I've come into the 
kitchen and found you asieep 

Maid: “That's how I keep 
from getting tired.” 


SUNDAY, 


JULY 15, 


1956 


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Bl 


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By Arthur Ellis, Staf! Photographer 


Charley's a Camera Fan 


Ten-vearold Charlies MecGettigan, recover. | 
ing at Emergency, Hospital from third-de- 
gree burns, is pictured for the first time 
out of bed since flames enveloped his body 


™~ 


jects is 


Headed for Pigeonhole 


Doom Foreseen for Bill 
To Test Drunken Drivers 


By Jack Eisen 
emeaten 


Biat! 
A Senate-passed bill to per- 
mit acceptance of chemical 
tests as evidence in District 
drunken driving trials probably 
will die in a House District 
Committee pigeonhole when 
Congress adjourns. 

William N. McLeod Jr., chief 
clerk the committee, said 
yesterday the unit “has not act- 
ed on the bill and doesn't plan 
to do anything with it 

Rep. Oren Harris (D-Ark.) 
chairman of a subcommittee to 
which the measure has been 
ferred. said he does not pian 
to call it up for action. Com 
mittee Chairman John Me 
Millan (D-S. C.) said hb ul 
not approve the bill “ul 
am assured of its validity 

Farly action on the languish- 
ing measure was urged Friday 
by the Metropolitan Area Trat- 
fie Council. It voted to notify 
committee members that 
favors passage of the bill, 
Provides for Blood Tests 
| Under the measure, t 
ence of specified percentages 
of alcohol in defendants’ blood 
streams or urine would be ad- 
mitted in court as evidence of 
drunken driving. It would also 
require suspects to submit to 
blood and urine tests when re- 
quired by authorities 

Police have complained that 


of 


re 
i* 


is 


.* 
a\ 


Ignoring Riv 


By Robert E. Baker 
Staff! Reporter 

Rep. Joel T. Broyhill (R-Va.) 
said vesterday he is running for 
reelection to Congress on the 
Broyhill record. His opponent 
said he is running on it, too 

These are a pair of person 
able candidates, Republican 
Brovhill and Democrat Warren 
D. Quenstedt. But it may be 
that voters in Virginia's Tenth 
District will not see them at 
the same time 

“I am not taking into consid. 
eration there is anyone else in 
the race.” said 37-year-old Broy- 
hill 
8 1957. and it is my duty to ask 
the voters of the Tenth District 
to renew my commission 

“I will point out to the people 
my record of service and I will 
not enter into a comparison 
with a political nobody.” 


Brovhill was interviewed 
his office on Capitol Hill where 


he has held the job of Tenth! 


District Congressman since the 
District was formed out of the 
old Eighth in 1952. Quenstecat 


. was interviewed in his law of- 
»'fice at 816 Connecticut ave. nw 
an Both 


talked about their cam 
paigns and what they thought 
the issues would be 

Broyhill said he did not care 
debate with Quenstedt or 
any other candidates in the race 
for several reasons: He has had 
debates before and the voters 
haven't shown up in good num- 
bers, just the fixed supporters 
already on one side or the oth- 
er: regardless of good inten- 


to 


tions, such engagements some- 
times “get the campaign in the 
. ' 


gutter.’ 


in 


| 


' 


“My term expires January! 


REP. JOEL T. BROYHILL 


. 
> 


“T won't have time to adjus 
my campaign to suit the cam- 
paigns of other aspirants,” he 
said. “But if I am challenged 
that I am afraid to debate, I 
will prove that was a mistake 
if he will provide television 
time to suit my convenience. 

“I won't let anybody get by 
with loose charges.” 

If the election were held to- 
morrow, instead of next No- 
vember, political observers sur- 


he pres-| 


‘al Quenstedt 


*T 
p 
apy 
in court to testify on the intoxi- 
cation of accused drunken driv- 
ers. This, they say, has led to a 


shockingly low rate of drunken signed to the urology, neurol- ing 


driving convicitions here. 


March 4. Charley's favorite hobby at present 
is his camera, and one of his favorite sub- 
Nurse 
Charley's home is at 1112 24th st. nw. 
: > 


Patricia Hart (right). 


Shortage Blamed 


D. C. General 


Cuts Service 
Of Interns 


| District General Hospital, un- 


resent procedures require the able to recruit a full comple. 
earance of a medical expert Ment of interns, has been op- 


erating three sections without 
intern service since July 1. 
| No tmtermse have been as- 


ogy, and psychiatry sections 


Jones Point Span, 
New State Dept. 
Addition Cleared 
By Committee 


The full $49 million 
‘request to build a new Cen- 
tral Intelligence Agency at 

Langley, Va., cleared the 
Senate Appropriations Com- 
mittee yesterday. 
| Committeemen admonished 
CIA Director Allen W. Dulles 
to “stay within” that $49 mil 
lion, however. The Committee 
aiso ordered no money spent 
on construction until Virginia 
officials have assured Dulles 
they will install water and sew 
erage facilities, according 
‘Chairman Carl Hayden 
Ariz.). 

This virtually settles the dis 
ipute over the location of the 
‘CIA. The House last week 
passed the same. Langley ap 
propriation. Hayden said he 
‘hopes for a Senate vote Tues 


to 
(])- 


ay. 
| Dulles testified at a hearing 
that the state of Virginia had 
| written his officers it had $300, 
000 on hand for the service in 
istallations demanded by the 
|Senators 
| Also passed by the Commit 
itee were House-approved 
| $14.3 million for a Jones Point 
‘bridge and $44.9 million for a 
State Department addition 
Zist and Virginia ave. nw. 

Hayden said committeemen 
deleted a House recommenda.- 
tion freezing bridge work until 
Virginia, Maryland and the Dis 
trict agree on maintenance 
costs 

Area 


ine 


ai 


of a 
wel) 


items were part 
catch-all money bill 
over $1.5 billion, mostly for 
military construction. Hayden 
said clerks still were computing 
totals. But some $140 million 
had been added to the House- 
passed measure of $1,555,539.- 

Senate committeemen added 
$15 million to Air Force con- 
struction; $10 million to Naval: 
and $9 million to Army build. 
Another addition was $88 
million for the Army and $18 


of 


McLeod said there is “a lot since the beginning of the 1957 million for the Air Force to 
of opposition to it (the bil) in fiscal year, a medical officer re- defray costs of keeping these 
our committee” and said the ported yesterday. The hospital,' forces in Germany. The West 


people 
tutional rights.” Under the pro- 
posed bill, he said, they would 
be “forced to submit” to the 
collection of 
could be used against them. 
Representative Harris . said: 
“I don't 
| would care to express at thés 
time, because I haven't con- 
sidered the bill at all.” 


only 36 interns although 
budget allows a quota of 54. 
The 


tern services in a 


priations Committee with 


plea for a pay raise. 


Senate committee members 17 projects 


Interns and Residents! United States 
evidence which Association at D. C. General'to meet more of the costs of 
pointed to the cutback in in- 
letter for- 
have any feelings that warded to the Senate Appro- 
a construction 


“still have some Consti-|be said, has been able to recruit;|German government met these 
itsicosts after World War II. 


But 
the 
allies 


for 
its 


calls 
and 


a new treaty 


maintaining their 
abroad. 

Left unchanged were military 
items passed by 
the House Thursday, except for 
to be built with 


troops 


Rep. Howard W. Smith (D-/restored $126,000 yesterday for present funds. These call for 


Va.). 
tre 
ny 


third-ranking Democrat on 


a bill to make it more dif- 


ficult for drunken drivers to be reporting on a supplemental ap- “unidentified” 


on the streets.” If the pending 
measure would do this, Smith 
said, he would favor it 

Before indorsing 
posal, the Traffic Council was 


salary boosts for interns and 


committee, said he favors residents and $14,500 to hire'so were not in the House bill 


first-aid men for ambulances in 


propriations 
trict. 
The 


bill for the Dis 


funds from the budget. 


no additional appropriations, 


a $500,000 
project alloted 
to Fort Belvoir. It would pay 
for a nuclear heating plant 


Among these is 


House Appropriations| somewhere in Alaska, Commit 
the pro--Committee had slashed these|teé aides said. Washington Na. 
Dis- 


tional Airport drew $275,000 for 


told of a police study showing trict Commissioner David B./maintenance and repair work 
that the number of drivers un- Karrick said the action would at the MATS field. 


der the influence of alcohol or 
drugs who were involved in ac- 


increase the intern shortage, 
Medical officers at the hospi- 


Also included was $7.4 mil- 
lion for land improven.ents at 


$49 Mill 


—!> 


| Senate Unit Approves 
ion for CIA 
Building at Langley 


> 
| 


Lt. (j. ¢.) Sylvia Radyx demo 
the exhibit of pioneer radio e 


Pioneer Station 


Staff Photo 
nstrates a 1924 crystal set, at 
quipment at Radio Arlington. 


1000 View Deactivation 


Of Navy’ 
rar’a 
\NaVYV S 
oo 
An overflow crowd of more 
than 1000 attended ceremonies 
commemorating the deactiva 
tion of Radio Arlington yes- 
terday at the historic naval 
radio station on Court House 
rd. off Columbia pike 
Throughout the day the old 
red brick headquarters of the 
Navy's first air voice played 
host to hundreds who went to 
view an exhibit of ploneer 
radio equipment which will be 


on display from 10 a. m. to 5 


p. m. through Friday. 

R. J. Johnson, managing di 
rector of the Arlington Cham.- 
ber of Commerce, told the 
crowd that Congress would be 
asked to establish a naval com- 
munications museum on the 
l3-acre site, disposition of 
which has not been determined 

Capt. E. W. Taylor, com- 
manding officer, naval com- 
munication station, traced the 
history of Radio Arlington 
from its establishment in 1912 
to its decommissioning last 
month. 

The principal speaker, Rear 


Radio Arlington 


Adm. Hengy C. Bruton, director 
of naval communications, elabo- 
rated on the radio “firsts” which 
had been accomplished on the 
including the first radio 
mination of longitude. the 
first radiotelephone conversa- 
tion, and the first designation 
of such an establishment as a 
radio station. 

For years a fertile proving 
ground for experimental elec- 
tronics, Radio Arlington at- 
tracted such famous developers 
of the infant industry as Lee 
De Forest and Charles P. Stein- 
metz, both of whom conducted 
important tests with its equip- 
ment. 
| “Phe Navy has been a pio 
neer on nearly every major ra- 
dio frontier, from the earliest 
days of wireless to the present 
age of highly mechanized, high 
capacity, long-range radio com- 
munications—ail in little more 
than half a century, or only 
slightly longer than the 43-year 
life span of Radio Arlington 
itself,” Adm. Bruton recalled. 


site. 


deter 


Senate Vetoes 
House Bridge 
Amendments 


cidents has increased 206 per|tal have said they have been the Naval Academy: $4.2 mil- | 


cent in the past seven years losing promising medical school/lion for a research center and | 
while the amount of traffic has' graduates because of the low chapel | 


gone up only about 21 per cent. 


pay scale. 


Broyhill Says He Runs on His Record 


WARREN D. QUENSTEDT 


. « « candidates for Congress in Virginia's 10th District 


said his real campaigning will 
come in October with complete 
television appearances, use of 
mail and radio and coffee, teas, 
receptions and handshaking in 
all precincts. 

He will be busy until then 
making speeches to groups, not 
as a candidate, he said, but as 
a Congressman. 

Quenstedt, who won handily 
over two opponents in 


trict has about all the elements 
ithere are. 

He will try to see personally 
as many voters as possible and 
|develop a highly organized 
campaign. 


Quenstedt’s Plans 


As for the issues, Quenstedt 
said they are Broyhill’s record: 
“the incumbent's failure actu- 


ally to accomplish anything: the 


introduction of bills with a/' 


simultaneous press release is 
one thing, working for passage 
jand bringing it through is an- 
\other.” 


| Quenstedt said Broyhill’s 
role in the Capital Transit situ- 
ation would be an issue. “He 
(Broyhill) came very close to 
being Louis Wolfson’s (chair- 
j\man of the Capital Transit Co. 
|board) personal representative 
iin Congress.” 
| He said Broyhill would have 
to “assume full responsibility 
ifor the Republican record of 
|tyranny with regard to Federal 
‘employes, especially the loy- 
alty-security. program.” 
Quenstedt said “the time 
will come when the incumbent 
must further explain why he 
signed the Southern menifesto 
(deneuncing the Supreme 
Court's decision).” 
| Quenstedt said he would like 
to debate with Broyhill. 
Political observers say the 
10th District of Arlington, Alex- 
andria andn Fairfax has more 
Democrats than Republicans, 


last but Broyhill has been able to ing 


mise, Broyhill would win com- week's light Democratic prima- capture the Republican vote as 


fortably. Broyhill’s job, then, ry turnout, plans to campaign well as a substantial 


iFt. Lesley J. McNair: 


Demo- | 


at Walter Reed Hos. 
pital; $3.8 million for an In- 
dustrial College building at 

and $6 
million to move the Air Force 
research and testing command 
from Baltimore to Andrews 
Air Force Base. 

The Senate Committee alco 
approved $3 million for the 
Minneapolis-St. Paul Interna. 
tional Airport. 


Stone House 
V ote Stalled 


In Committee 


A House Interior Subcommit- 
tee was unable to muster a 
quorum yesterday to take ac- 
tion on a bill to block restora. 
tion of Georgetown’'s Old Stone 
House at 3051 M st. nw. 

The bil’, om which public 
hearings were held several 
weeks ago, has been on the sub 
committee's agenda for some 
time. There was some indica 
tion that with Congress head 
ing for adjournment, the bil! 
would be left to die in the sub- 
committee headed by Rep 
Gracie Pfost (D-Idaho). 

However, its sponsor, 
Warren Rogers (D-Tex.), said 
i\yesterday he would make a 
| strenuous effort to push the bill 
out of committee to the House 
floor. 

The National Park Service 
has already purchased the build- 
ing and ground for $90,000. In- 
terior’s approved appropriations 
bill for fiscal 1957 contained a 
$62,400 item to restore the 
structure and grounds. 

It is this sum Rogers seeks 
to tie up on the basis the build. 
is of dubious historical 
value. 

The Park Service has testified 


Rep 


The Senate has refused to ac- 


‘cept House amendments on a 
bill relocating the Theodore 
Roosevelt Memorial Bridge 
across the Potomac Riven in 
the vicinity of Constitution ave 
The Senate passed the legis- 
lation, changing the location 
from upstream to the lower 
end of Theodore Roosevelt Is- 
land. The House added two 
amendments,. the major one 
icalling for a draw bridge in- 
istead of a fixed one. The Dis 
'trict Highway Department es- 
itimates this change would cost 
ian additional $1.8 million. The 
‘other change specifies the span 
|be a six-lane one. 
| Senate conferees appointed 
to iron out the conflicting ver- 
sions are J. Glenn Beall (R 
I Alan Bible (D-Nev.) and 
J. Allen Frear Jr. (D-Del.)., 


nae 
1500-Unit 
Housing Loan 
Setup Read y 


A Federal loan-and-grant cow 
tract for 1500 low income publis¢ 
housing units integral to the 
District's long-range slum clear- 
ance program will be signed 
shortly with the National Capi- 
tal Housing Authority. 

The estimated total maximum 
development cost for the unit is 
placed at $23.7 million by the 
Public Housing Administration, 
which made the announcement 
yesterday 

NCHA Director James Ring 
explained the 1500 units will be 
built to house low-income fami- 
lies displaced by urban rede- 
velopment projects through 
1960 The NCHA board will 
meet in about a week to execute 
the contract, Ring said. and the 
signing will follow later in the 
montn 
Sites have not been selected, 
ng said. 


: 
: 
* 


Meeting Monday 


k igures in Transit Deal 
Await Conferees’ Action 


| The District transit situation 
imarked time over the weekend 
as negotiators awaited an im 
portant and perhaps 
meeting of Senate-louse con 
ferees at 10 a. m. Monday 

The Chalk-Fox group, heir 
apparent to the expiring Cap. 
ital Transit Co., at 


conciusive 


id =District 
Officials were hope*ul that an 
agreement could be hammered 
OLt at the meeting 

The major obstacle to an 
agreement on a franchise for 
the new operators concerns the 
method of providing continued 
service if the Chalk-Fox group 
is not able. to complete its pro- 
posed purchase of CTC for 


is to keep that advantage con- from now till election day. Ob-\cratic vote. His campaign will|that its research indicates the'/$13.5 million by Aug. 14. Cap 
jective will be to get the sup-be tuned to keep it that way./Old Stone House is the “only ital Transit's franchise is set to 
| port of all elements of the Dem-|Quenstedt will have the job/pre-Revolutionary building left expire on that date. 


stant. 
Broyhill Forecast 


ocratic Party, 


and the Demo of breaking up that combina- 
Broyhill, an astute politician, cratic Party in the Tenth Dis-'tion. 


istanding in the District of Co 
| lumbia.” 


- The Commissioners with sup 
port from some Senate con- 


ferees, call for a “stand-by” 
public transit authority as «@ 
backstop to the proposed pur- 
chase. But House conferees 
have put their backs up at this, 

A possible compromise, in 
draft-form, would permit the 
District Commissioners to issue 
the franchise intended for New 
York airline owner O. Roy 
Chalk and Washington trueking 
firm owner Morris Fox to some- 
one else if the proposed pur- 
chase falls through 

Another complication if the 
purchase ig not completed be- 
fore Aug. 14 is the transit 
union’s collective-bargaining 
contract with the present CTC 
management, which likewise ex- 
pires on that date. The union's 
leadership is cold to any propo- 
sal to continue CTC under 
present management beyond 
Aug. 14. 


HE W ASHING TON POST 


Sunday. 


and TIMES HERALD 


19, 1996 


T 
B2 July 


Pollution H 
By Air-Coolers 


Air - conditioning 


2300 Training 


D.C. Leads 
In Ratio of 


Apprentices 


_- 


units ine 


Washington are adding 
ry abl ’ 


dirt; 


age e 
dangerously 
River 


The ait 


polluti 


big wWwaiere 


theate! stau! 
offi 
Residentia 
air-cooled 
not involved 


anart vy 
lidings 


- 


re 


houses and 


a 


rhe Dist P appren- 


blame can be 
big 
are | = ~~ | 
a , 

But 1 
dit oner 
once can 
million gallo 
downtown 


s in relat he number 


watercoot state or 


figures 
Labor Depart 


over . 


quarter of 1956 


were 


.. . _-_ : : 
run much as . is. 


; pioyers training 
rentices. or 62 per 1000 
nen. Viontana was next 


1000 and Minnesota 


into 
limited sewet 

Overfiows Into River 

¢ arhw if 

\rney meri 

determine 

apprentices 

fill the 


i'n 


4 lin) 


week 


the Dis 
Law went 
105 
raining undet 
irds. In the last 
mn 8000 apren 
registered with 
Apprenticeship 
about 3200 subse 
1 out 
Labor 


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. vears 
‘ : 4 A . - , A(norent 
t expert ft ' tno effect. the 
nn 
he exp 


ant wn 


Sa cesni 
re 
apprentices 
' imum sti 
work in the Distri ecade more tha 
have been 
District 
Theater Saves Money seit bast 
He said the a higher rT yY al 
water rates 


users 


w . | 


ppe 


De 


ary 
; 


had been made in 


tow 

1953 
4 mi 

Most of thi 
X%).000 gallor 
nditioning 
Then ' 


tercooll 


inan 


. 


he prev 
hs 


> Lilian 
apprentic 
7 vollen 


turping veter 


e 


re anorentices 
lan any 
© report shows 
arity were plumb 
electrician, sheet metal 

rker and auto mechanic 
District preferences in order 
of popularity were carpenter. 
bricklayer, printer. electrician 

and plumber. 


Margaret Linds ley 
NEW YORK 


et abl 
indsiev. who roams 
Bs a free 


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riter 


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ance WW ~ 
’ Dr. Charles Austrian 
BALTIMORE, July 14 ®—Dr 
arles R. Austrian, noted Bal.- 
re physician who inter. 
ipted a New York vacation to 
fly - as a consultant. 
lapsed and died yesterday on 
colleague's office. 
istrian, 71, a specialist 
nunology and internal 
had been driven to 
ice of a colleague and was 
the car when he col- 
He was dead on arrival 
liopkins Hospital 
had been chairman of 
al advisory board 
duate of Johns Hopkins 
, anda it medical 
Austrian taught at 
ty from 1923 to 1950 
associate protessor 
the time of his 


sve ¢ 


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$ . >? 
at ieTe 


Mrs. Lindsley 


Britain an 

PM in New ork. ' h where he 

is now out of exist e medi 
Much of het 

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paper 


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A Convenient Location 


A Distinguished Address 


Another Gawler 
Tradition 


enue Northwest. the 
i funeral 
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finest tradi- 
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SONS, INC. 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
1756 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. 
NA. 8-5512 


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Police hose down the scene at 5th and Up- sion. 


shur sts. nw. after a fatal truck-aute colli- 


Van-Auto Collision Here 
Fatal to Youth on Truck 


37th D. C. Traffic 
Death of 1956 


; 


. 


16. Walk 
lied and 
VW oods 


VV a 


ne Zimmerman 
Md was Ki 
Dorsey. 49. 

Md.. suffered multiple 
yesterday in a truck-auto 
ilision at Sth and Upshur sts 


UPSHUR ST 
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4 


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b | 
i) 

Diagram locates intersection 
where Wayne Zimmerman 
was fatally injured at “X” 
when he was thrown beneath 
a delivery truck (2) after it 


collided with ear i] Dot- 
ted symbols 


r 
. 1 
Pol _ both men were 
th from a delivery truck 
wl it was struck by an auto 
mobile driven by Gladys Ward, 
39. of 1511 Varnum st. nw. She 
was admitted to Freedmen’s 
Hospital for observation 
Zimmerman apparently was 
thrown beneath the truck as it 
un around, A-U Pvt. W. V 
Kelleher reported. The youth 
was dead on arrival at Emet 
y Hospital head and in 
ul injuries. Dorsey was 
ated and released 
" Kellel er repo! ted 
ard was driving on 
permit and had 
driving stru 
months. Police said 
ted at 


Simms 


ice 
&rown 
en 


Spi 


oOo! 


a 
indicates posi- 


tion of vehicles they 


collided. 


as 
that Mrs 


a learn- 
been tak 
tion for 2' 
she was be 
i time by 
also 


of the 
address, who was 


er's 

ing 
» the wife 

ton L)-S 

suffered rib inj 

said Harris also 

of unauthorized 

he “borrowed 

celebrating his birthday 


Traffic Box Score 


On Area Fatalities 


Deaths DPeathe Tetal 
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Jaly 14 = Jals 


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VYilliam A 
Varnum st 
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Crash With Senator's 


Wife Jails Motorist 

Robe! Richard 
drew a 90-day sentence in Mu 
nicipal Court yesterday on traf 
fic charges growing out of his 
‘birthday party” collision in 
which a Senator's wife was in- 
jured Friday at 4th st. and In. 
dependence ave. sw 

Judge Thomas Scalley im- 
posed the jail term after con- 
victing Harris of drunken driv- 
Ing, oassing a red light and! 
colliding with a car driven by 


Harris, 22 


Alexandria 
Arlington 
District 
Falls Church 
Fairfax 
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Abraham Goldenhorn. 


Owner of Glass Company 


Funeral! services will be held 
today, his 63d birthday, for 
Abraham Goldenhorn, owner 
of the District Glass Co., at 
3 Dp. m. in the 
Bernard Dan 
zansky & Sons 
funeral home. 

3501 15th ave.. 

Takoma Park. 

Md 

Mr. Golden- 
horn died Fri- 
day at George 
|W as hin gton 
iUn abet an 
‘Hospi tal 
cancer after ov Mr. Goldenhorn 
iiliness of almost 
Burial will be 
| Memoria! 
iweek will 
inome, 7206 
|Park, Md 


As a 14-year-old boy, 
Goldenhorn came to 
from the Ukraine alone and 
unable to speak English. He 
started to work in the glass 
business in Jersey City and 
came to Washington where he 
\founded the District Glass Co 
jin 1936 
| By saving his earnings, Mr 
Goldenhorn was able to bring 
‘Mis mother and father to this 


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and 


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followed. However! 
suffered a sort of 
Immigration off 


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sisters 

name 
sea change 
Clais had 
name as Gildenh: 
his brothe ar! 
came ynhorn 
of the family h 
change the record 

A charter mem! 
ziers Local, then 
sey City. Mr. Golde 
the unofficial tit! 
co-workers 
cutter this 
sippi 

Mr. Goldenhorn was a 7m 
ber of Beth Sholom Congrega 
tion 

Survivors 
ed that 
contributions to the 
Washington University 
tal Cancer Clini 
can Cancer Soci F 
wife, Rose. children 
nard L., 7205 16th ave.. 
Park, and Bert 
Detroit, Mich.. 
children. 

Also surviv ing are (wo si 
Lena Dubinsky of New York 
and Goldie Decker. 3801 Conn 
ave. nw. and a brother: 
Goldenhorn, also of 


mis |] 
al 
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Colde 


7s 


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two years 
in King David 
Garden Memorial 
be observed at his 
ISth ave.. Takoma 


who have request 


tokens 


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Mr Ameri 


America 


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Ber 
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Colbert 
and four grand 


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New York 


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the Hart 
Marx prize for 
with his ‘ause and 
Extent of the Recent Industr 


Progress in Ge 


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Murray, 83, 3 

nw., died yesterday 
of a heart ailment in Suburban 
Hospital after a 5-year illness 
She was a Washington resident 
for the last 60 years.’ 

Born in Luray, Va. Mrs 
,Murray came to Washington in 
11806 after her marriage to 
i'Charies CC. Murray, Washing: 
iten contractor, who died in 
1928 

She is survived by her 
Irvin C.. 5725 Utah ave. nw., 
two daughters, Mrs. H. Laur- 
jence Fahrney of Frederick, Md.., 
land Mrs. Harlan R. Jessup of 
' Swarthmore, Pa.; two brothers, 
‘Dr. H. A. Hite and Ernest L. 
|Hite, both of Missouri; seven 
igrandchildren and four great- 
| grandchildren 


Dr. Earl D. Howard 
Service 

EVANSTON fll. July 14—-Dr 
‘Earl Dean Howard, 80, retired 
Northwestern University eco 
inomics profesor, died in his 
home here today. He was the 
first Chicago area Rent Control 
Administrator and held other 
|\Federal administrative posts in 
\a period spanning both world 
| wars. 
| Dr. Howard was Deputy Fed- 
jeral Fuel Administrator for 
\Iilinois in 1917, Deputy Admin- 
‘istrator of the National Re so" 


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The victim was thrown beneath the 
truck (right) as it overturned. 


Native of D. C. 


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Service Set 
For Tuesday 


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requiem will be 
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Dis 


‘Mass 
1 Luesday for Charles 
Huppmann Sr... life-] 


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Fu 


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was hurt 


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practiced 

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former Mabe! 

died in 1953 
Since then, Mr. Huppmann had 
a brother 
and Anna 
sa «(st. = ne 
are three sons, 
a sergeant in the 
District Fire Department, of 
1706 Commonwealth ave., Alex- 
tria, Joseph F., 5809 32d ave.., 
) and Mearle J.. 
Wheaton. Md.: 
esa M. Koster 


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mace nis ! 
and sister, 
Huppmann 
(tner survivors 


Charles J. J! 


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Carl Schad 
Masonic funeral services for 
Cari Schad. 78. retired baker, 
will be held Monday at 10 a. m 
in the Chambers funeral home 
Riverdale. Md. Burial will be 
Fort Lincoin Cemetery 
Mr. Schad. 922 9th st 
died Friday alter three 
iliness of silment 
Providence 
Born in the 


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week 
al 


a 
a neart 
Hospital! 
state of Hesse 
Germany. Mr. Schad came to 
United States at the age of 
worked at the Schneider 
Co e for 40 years 
in 19:33 

id 


of ‘ne 


Scn tive 
r Al 
of the Masons 

bachelor, Mr. Schad is sur- 
vived by his brother Andrew 
C. Schade (who added the “e” 
Oo | after coming to 
intry, 3025 Yost place 

and sister, Margaret 
Maranek the 8th address 


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Judge Lewis H. Miller 
RIPLEY, W July 14 
Jus H , a circuit 
judge for the past years and 
Republican candidate 
for governor, died at his home 
here today from a heart attack 
First in 1928, Mr. 
Miller was g his fourth 
successive eight-vear term as 
judge of West Virginia's 5th 
Judicial Circuit 
Only yesterday the 65-year 
old judge had presided over a 
session here of Jackson County 
Circuit Court Although 
troubled bi heart condition 
he had con- 
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Dies at 84. 


Nellie Friebus Grove, 84, 
native Washingtonian who 
cheered many an amputee in 
area hospitals, died Saturday 
‘of an arterial 
chrombosis in 
a nursing home 
at 517 Albany 
ave., Takoma 
Park. She had 
‘been ill 
some 
‘months. 
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lost a 
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blood 


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Mrs. Greve 


when she was neariy 70. Un 
daunted by her age or experi 
ence, she learned to walk wil 
an artificial limb and often vis 
ited war amputees 

| Quite a dancer in her early 
lyears, she often did a high 
‘kick Jor morose veterans tell 
ing them “I have an artificial 
leg, and if I can manage it, I 
know darn well you young 
bucks can handle © em.” 

Mrs. Grove knit and cro 
cheted some 200 afghans for the 
Red Cross in the past few 
years 
Her husband, 
an 


F. Grove 
man. died it 
lived at 1417 
n Dut after 
Grove moved 


Paul 
Sr insurance 
1935. They had 
Longfellow st 
his death Mrs 
to 5420 Colorade 
lier mother. 
Tyne Friebus 
Washingtonian 
Theodore born 


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(,ermany 
real estat man her 
Grove studied at the 
Seaton School and then si 
some two years studying 
Germany near her grandmot 
er's home 
She is survived by her son 
Paul Jr.. 170 Fleetwood terrace 
Silver Spring, a granddaughte: 
and two grandchildren. Start 
ing with her mother, five gen 
erations of her family 
been born in Washington 


Rev. Ernest A. Palmer 

Funeral serv 
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Palmer was pastor « 
Caivary Church f 
last 18 years. He died Wed nes 
day -at his home. 216 Fred 
erick ave., Rockville. Mr. Pal 
mer suffered a stroke two 
years ago but had been good 
heaith since 

A native 
Paimer enter: 
some SO years 
taking a pulpit 
gelistix work for th 
and Baptist Churches in 
Rooslana and Washington 
areas. While pastor the 
Mount Calvary Church he was 
also for 17 years pastor of the 
Jerusalem Baptist Chureh in 
Sellman, Md 

Survivors include his widow, 
Elien, of the home address, a 
son, 11 daughters, 18 grand. 
children, and 9 great-grand- 
children. 
Philip N. Newby 

Philip Nelson Newby, 63 
nploye the Central Fuel 

and life-long area resident 

Friday of a heart attack 

his home, 1708 West Vir 
zn.a ave. ne. He had been in 
poor health for the past six 
years. 

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Newby enlisted in the 
ines the day ‘after World 
War I was deciared and saw 
action in Europe with the 2d 
Division 
Funeral services will be he 
Tuesday at 1 p. m. in © 
ers funeral home, 517 
se. Burial will be in 
National Cemetery 
Surviving are h wife. ft 
former Lillian A. Rodgers 
son. Raymond O. of St 
Mo.: two daughters, Dorothy 
Campbell, Lanhamdale, Ma 
and Audrey Sonderman, Catons- 
vile, Md.,. and five grandchil- 
dren. He also leaves four 
ters. Mabel Brown, Margaret 
atlett and Grace Collins, all 
of. Washington, and Elizabeth 
Shoemaker of Virginia 


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Deaths Elsewhere 


Robert L. (Bob) Carleton, 60 
composer of the Dixieland jazz 
classic. “Jada.” wrote more than 
500 tunes during h career 
had been playing the piano 
recently in a night club in Bu 
bank, Calif.. where he died 

Roberto Paribeni, 80, one 
Italy's greatest archaeologists 
and students of antiquity, led 
excavation research parties i: 
Egypt, Ethiopia and the Near 
East: in Rome 

Harold J. Clery, 70. vice pres 
president and treasurer of 
soews Theatres, inc of can 
cer in New York 

Luis Jesus Fernandez de Cor 
dobay Salabert, 76. 17th Duke 
of Medinaceli and holder of one 
of the oldest titles of Spanish 
nobility, was 8 times a duke 
17 a marquis, 15 a count, and 4 
a viscount: in Madrid 

Harry Lester, 78. ffiend and 
teacher of Edgar Bergen and 
many other noted 
quists, known as “the Great 
Lester,” was a popular figure 
in show business for almost 60 
years; in Hollywood. 


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Segregation 
Sparks Two 
Court Cases 


RICHMOND, Va., July 4 
The school segregation struggle 
produced two actions in Fed 
eral courts in Virginia this 
week. 

One was an inconclusive 
skirmish, the other a major 
engagement which the segrega- 
tionists lost decisively. 

The skirmr took place in 
District Court here Monday 
The court delayed the Prince 
Edward segregation case while 
it takes a covrle of weeks to 
decide whether three judges 
are required o~ one can act 

The battle, which went to the 
Negro petitioners, was in Char 
lottesville Thursday in the 
court of Judge John Paul of 
the Western District of Vir 
ginia. 

Judge Paul, an old artillery 
officer. shelled the arguments 
of attorneys for the Charlottes 
ville school board and the Com 
monwealth of Virginia. Then 
he ordered a start on desegre- 
gation of the city’s schools by 
September 

Judge Pauls order — de- 
livered orally from the bench— 
came as a shock to many segre- 
gationist Virginians who had 
breathed a sigh of relief after 
Monday's court action here. 
They had hoped the Prince Ed- 
ward delay meant another year 
of segregated schools in the 
state. 

But there had been some 
s¢gregationists who shook ‘heir 
heads and said Judge Paul 
would ride roughshod over the 
arguments of defendants in the 
Charlottesville case. He did Just 
that 

“I am not willing that this 
court be a knowing and willing 
accessory to a policy which has 
as its purpose deiay and eva- 
sion of the decision of the Su- 
preme Court,” he said. 

It was the biggest victory yet 
for the National Associatién for 
the Advancement of Colored 
People against the recalcitrant 
states since the Supreme 
Court's anti-segregation decrees 
of 1954 and 1955. 

And already it has markedly 
turned up the heat on the argu- 
ment over when the General 
Assembly should meet in spe- 
cial session to cope with the 
problem—and what it should 
do 

Gov. Thomas B. Stanley's of 
fice received a telegram from 
the Arlington chapter of the 
pro-segregation defenders of 


charged yesterday in the burn- 
ing of crosses at the Sheraton- 
Park Hotel and at the home of 
Supreme Court Justice Felix 


Frankfurter Friday night. 


Deputy Police Chief Edgar 
E. Scott said last night that 
Ronald Eugene Rowley, 24, of 
605 N. Jefferson St., Arlington, 
was charged on two counts of 
kindling a bonfire between 
sunset and sunrise. Rowley 
forfeited $10 on each céunt 

Scott said Rowley admitted 
setting the fires at the Shera. 
ton-Park, where Chief Justice 
Earl Warren and Sen. Herbert 
H. Lehman (D-N.Y.). make 
their homes, and in front of 
3018 Dumbarton ave nw... 
where Justice Frankfurter 
lives. 

“Il wanted to influence the 
greater populace of the wrong- 
ness of the Supreme Court de- 
cision, Scott quoted Rowley as 
saying 

Scott said police are still 
looking for others who burned 
crosses in front of the Brandy. 


wine apartments, 4545 Connec- 


ticut ave. nw.. home of Solicitor 
General Simon Sobeloff, and at 


2402 Odell rd., Beltsville, home tions Squad, called Rowley at 
of Mrs. Douglas King. She is his 


president of the Prince Georges 
County Chapter of the Nationa! 
Association for Advancement 
of Colored People 

Rowley was traced to the Ar- 
lington address after a door- 
man at the Sheraton-Park took 
down the license number of a 
car seen leaving after the fire 
was set 

Detective Edward W. Chaillet 
Jr. of the Special Investiga-. 


state sovereignty and individual 
liberties which charged that 
Judge Paul “pre-judged” the 
case 

The telegram from Jack Rath. 
bone, chairman of the chapter's 
board of directors, contended 
Judge Paul should have dis 
qualified himself. 


Education Board 
Gets Resolution 


DAYTONA BEACH, Fila 
July 14 W—The Southern Re 
gional Education Board has re 
ferre’ to its executive commit- 
tee a proposal aimed at increas 
ing racial integration in grad- 
uate schools of Southern uni 
ve. silles. 

Some, such as North Carolina 
and Louisiana State, admit Ne 
groes to graduate schoois, but 
most are segregated 

Dr. Martin D. Jenkins, Negro. 
president of Morgan State Col. 
lege for Negros at Baltimore 
pointed out that some univer 
sities do not admit Negroes to 
programs for which they 
qualify. 


Spain Requests 
More U.S. Aid 
In Madrid Talks 


MADRID, July 14 #—Spain 
asked more United States mili- 
tary aid in four days of strategy 
talks between American and 
Spanish military representa- 
tives, a joint communique said 
today. 

The United States delegation 
is hoaded by Maj. Gen. Francis 


Stal! Phdte 


This wooden cross was found smoldering on the lawn of 


home and asked him to 
come to Police Headquarters. 
Rowley, who said he was an 
electronic engineering student 
at the University of Virginia's 
extension school in Arlington. 
surrendered voluntarily, police 
said. He did not divulge the 
names of the two men who 
were reported to be with him 
when the crosses were burned 
Scott said the FBI, called in 
with the approval of President 
Eisenhower. and the Metro 
politan police, would continue 
their investigation in an effort 
to locate the other men be. 
llieved to have been involved. 
Warren and Frankfurter 
joined in the unanimous Svw- 
preme Court decision of 1954 to 
ban segregation in public ele- 
mentary and secondary schools 
\Sobeloff argued for desegrega- 


ition on behalf of the govern- 


iment 


before 
Lehman is a critic of segrega- 
tion 

Crude signs were found on 
the Sheraton-Park lawn attack- 
ing Warren and Lehman An 
other sign attacking Sobeloff 
was found on the Brandywine 
lawn 

Neither Warren nor Lehman 
was at the hotel at the time of 
the burning. about 1 a. m. Sobe- 
loff said he slept through the 
incident. Frankfurter could not 
be reached for comment. 

The Sheraton-Park Hotel is 
the home of several other top 
governmental officials, includ- 
ng at least eight Senators and 


Justice Felix Frankfurter’s home, 3018 Dumbarten ave. nw. 


the high court. | 


eight Representatives, several 
rom the South. 

Attorney General Herbert 
Brownell Jr. ordered the FBI 
to bring its “full facilities” into 
action after discussing the in- 


Rejection of Sobeloff 


Urged by 6 Senators 


Associated Press 

A letter urging rejection of)son (D-Ya), and Harry F. Byrd 
Solicitor General Simon E. So-|(p. Va), | 
beloff's nomination to be 4 
\Federal judge was sent to a 
Senators yesterday by the Vir- Jurisdiction over Virginia. 
ginia and Carolina Senators. North Carolina, South Carolina. 
) Sen. _ J. P sohen vp eee mars and West Virginia. 
‘one of the six Senators s ) ' ' 
‘the letter, said it declared that|. “4ryland’s two Republican 
'Sobeloff's nomination to be a >©®ators, John Marshall Butler 
‘judge of the Fourth Circuit and J. Glenn Beall, are strong- 
Court of Appeals “is obnoxious ly supporting the nomination. 
ito our states and to us 4 and Sen. Matthew M. Neeley 
rg offs nomin eo 
first submitted by President Ei- (D-W. Va.) was among the 92 
lsenhower a year ago and is Semate Judiciary Committee 
‘scheduled to be brought up for|™@Jority that voted to recom- 
day | Opponents of Sobeloff have 
| Ervin said that, in addition to|C@#led him prejudiced against 
himself, those who have signed wn Ang ty the school segre- 
the letter are Sens. W. Kerr —- 
Scott (D-N. C.), Olin D. John-|_ Johnston was reported by an 
iston (DS. C.), Thomas A. Wof- a ae hem gy Mond 
rj 1¥ con- 
ford (D-S. C.), A. Willis Robert ‘firmation of Sobeloff’s nomina. 


ition, but Ervin and other oppo 
Jeff Donnell Seeks inents said they do not intend 
To Divorce Aldo Ray 


The Fourth Circuit Court has 


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Quake in Mexico 
MEXICO CITY, July 4 @ 
The government observatory 
last night reported a mild earth- 
quake about 215 miles osuth- 
west of Mexico City. There 


| were no reports of damage from 


the area. 


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ito conduct a filibuster. 

HOLLYWOOD, July 14 @ 
Comedienne Jeff Donnell has 
filed suit for divorce from her 
actor-husband, Aldo Ray, al| 
though she says she still loves 
him. The 35yearold actress 


charged Ray with cruelty in an 
action filed yesterday. 

The couple were 
Sept. 30, 1954, at Orinda, Cali 


THE WASHINGTON POST 
end TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, July 15, 1956 


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is at his farm in Gettysburg, Pa. 
Presidential press secretary 
James E. Hagerty said the Presi- 
dent “thought it was a good 
idea” to call in the FBI. 
All of the crosses were of the 
same size and construction 


They were made out of 2x2-inch | 


lumber and were about 7 feet 
tall and 3% feet wide. Cotton 
batting had been taped to the 
crosses and doused with kero- 


sene or gasoline before they | 


were ignited. 


Rhee Says Reds 
Plan to Invade 


Tre terse 


South Koreo, July 
Syngman 


SEOUL L.. 
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He added 
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Rhee was speaking to Walter 
C. Dowling. new United States 
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the United States Commander- 
in-Chief, Europe. Lt. Gen. Car- 
los Asensio Cabanillas heads 
the Spanish negotiators. 

An American spokesman said 
the United States delegation 
had not been empowered to 
talk about aid to Spain and 
had merely received the re- 
quest to pass on to Washing 
ton. There was no indication 
how much more aid Spain 
wants. 


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end TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, July 15, 1956 


Of you go on 

that fun time vaca- 

uon. Be sure you enjoy 

all the sights by having the 
two pairs of glasses you'll 
need—both white and tinted 
the sua Visit 


lenses for 


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Education 
Aid Won by 


Ten in Area 


from Greater 


Ten persons 
Washington have received aca- 
demic grants. 


‘at Queen Alivah College, Bagh- 
‘dad, Iraq, went to Armand X 
Labat, 1215 Kearny st. ne., an 
instructor at Anferican Univer- 
Sit) 

Special grants from the Dis 
trict Chapter of the American 
Cancer Society. Inc. for eight 
weeks of research at Memorial 
Hospital for Cancer and Allied 
Diseases in New York City were 
by Miss Randi V 
ge Washington University: 
Gibson, Howard 
and Charlies Payne. 
University 


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versity 

Scholarships for 
eign affairs and political science 
at George Washington Univer- 
sity went to Alan Jason Gold- 
stein, Judith Kearney Shana 
han. John Edward Duncan. Ed. 
rump and Eugene 
Iss Lambert The Eugene 
and genes FE. Mevér Scholar 
ship for 1956-57 was awarded to 


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| Blood supplies in the Red 
Cross Regional Blood center 
here have hit another low 
point, Red Cross officials an- 
nounced yesterday. 


Collections fell 842 pints 


'short last week of the 1750 re-' 


quested by nearly 60 civilian 
and Federal hospitals in the 
District, Virginia, Maryland and 
West Virginia. 

Three weeks ago response to 
an emergency appeal for blood 
donors lifted supplies out of the 
danger stage. 

Last week a shortage of don- 
ors of all type of blood, especi- 
all O-positive and O-negative 
brought collections well below 
the average need qi 350 pints 
daily. officials said. ° 

Daily emergency needs were 
\met by calling on the “Emer 
gency Panel Donors” who stand 
iby om a 24-hour basis when 
their specific types of blood are 
/reqvired However, blood 
eemter wurkers pointed out. 
donors can only give five times 
yearly and the pane! will be un- 
able to fill a continuing short 
age 

In its regular weekly report. 


he Blood Center announced } 


pints distributed and collec*ed Pentagon. 


is made up by borrowing 
from other blood banks, 
from reserves built up by the 
response to the recent emer- 
gency, a spokesman said. 


In addition to the bilood- 


mobiles, other places receiving ..*." 


bloo¢ are 
daily from 8 a. m 
Mondays through Fridays; 
Freedmen’s Hospital, 18 p. m.., 
Mondays through Fridays. and 
on Sunday afternoons from 2-5 
p. m.; Walter Reed Hospital, 
1-8 p. m.. Mondays through Fri 
days, and on Sunday afternoons 
from 25 p. m.: Walter Reed 
Hosjital, Mondays through Fri- 
days, 9a.m to 4p m. and on 
a a evenings from 7 to 9 
. Mm, and the Washington 
Regional Blood Center, Mon. 
days 19 p. m. and Tuesdays 
throvgh Fridays, 9 a m. to 
5p. m 

In the coming week the 
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lowing places 


Garfield Hospital 


Prince Georges 
ree Base Bul 4. 
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Jenne Leth. 
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the thought of half a million 
men fighting rebellion in North 
Africa. 

President Rene Coty re 
viewed the 90-minute parade 
down the Champs Elysees and 
marked the occasion by giving 
decorations for valor to five 
soldiers from Algeria. Heavy 
clouds prevented the sched- 
uled fly-past of 150 jets. 

Many town councils withdrew 
the usual subsidies for street 
dances. The funds were di- 
verted to care for the needy 
families of men who have been 
mobilized. 


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oe Samir, July 15, -1956 B5 


CONGRESSIONAL BOXSCORE 


MAJOR MEASURES IN 84th CONGRESS 


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Swing Probers | 
Question Flights 


By Paul Southwick 
United Press 
House investigators revealed Government plane, jceps 


yesterday that Mary Ann Mitch-'an air-conditioned trailer 
ell, daughter of immigration 


The Workmen Are Here . .. the Barricade Is Up... 
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Poued 4 Killed X 
Fleer 


Reported by » 
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Comm tre 


and 
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plete with a truck-hauled power 


commissioner Joseph M. Swing. 
was listed as a passenger on two 
Immigration Service plane 
flights to Mexico. 

They said records at the 
Brownsville, Tex., airport man 
ager's office listed her on a flight 
from Brownsville to Monterrey. 
Mexico, on Dec. 9. 1955. and on 
a flight to Mexico City last 
April 3. One was listed for 
“recreation,” they said. 

Mrs. Mitchell is employed as 
a secretary to the Immigration 
Service Incentive Awards Com- 
mittee and as an “administra- 
tive analyst” at $4,500 a year. 

Her name cropped up when 
investigators for the House 
Government Operations Com 
mittee headed by Rep. Robert H 
Moliohan (D-W. Va.) tried to 
track down hunting trips Swing 
made into Mexico and Canada 
with Service conveyances 

A spokesman for the Immi- 
gration Service here told the 
United Press that “our records 


generator, on his bunting trips 
But he said hunting was ontls 
“mecidental™” on the 
three to Mexico two 
Canada in the past two years 
Swing said the trios were in 
tended for personal 
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ficia’s to promote better coop 
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One Dies in Fight 
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ARTESIA. N 
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The wounded 
third suspect were captured 

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Dulles Asked 
To Plead for 
Polesin U.N. 


Reo Anfuse (D-N 
¥.). said yesterday he has urged 
Secretary of State John Fos 
ter Dulles te raise at the next 

— >» U. N. General 

Assembly the 
question of So 
viet withdrawal 
from Poland 
and the other 
sattellute courn- 
tries 
if the United 
States should 
suggest at the 
Lt. N. that Rus 
Sa remove HS 
armed forces 
from all the satellites. Anfuso 
stated the move would “rever 
berate throughout the world 
and serve to encourage the peo 
ple behind the Iron Curtain.” 

The Breokiyn Democrat 
im a letter to Dulles that 
a mew chapter in the struggle 
for human freedom was written 
the heroic workers 
f Poorman whe rose up in re 

acainst their Communist 
poressors to demand bread 


and freedom.” 
QQ But this rebellion. he wrote. 
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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
B6 Sunday. July 15, 1956 


CD Alert Here 
To Be Limited 


—* With the countrys second 

big « | Defense test due only 

five days hence, it was still ue 

certain last week tc what exten 

e Washington area will pal 
ticipate WASHNGION D Cc 


On* thing seemed 


Stare Hours Monday: Langley Park, Md., 12:30 to 9:30; Washington, 9:30 to 6 P.M. 


Cool Breezes 


are yours the summer through 


LANCE Y P2e4%_ WARYLAND 


Livilla?r nar’ natron 


with powerful, quiet, smooth-running 


Held in Baby's Death 


Mrs. Jerome Polenz, %, of 
Milwaukee, is pictured during 
an inquest into the bathtub 
drowning of her 6monthold 
daughter. Police said Mrs 
Poleng told them she killed 
the baby after a “faith heal 
er” told her the child would 
grow up to be an imbecile 


D. C. Legion 
To Hold 38th 


Convention 


The American Legiot 
ment of the Dist 
its 38th annual convent 
the Shoreham Hotel 
through 21. More than 
Bates are expects ’ 
Past Nationa! Vi C 
er Dr. Car! J. Rees 
cipal speaker at the 
session at 7°30 1 ’ 
Zindel J 
mander. will 1 
ing remarks 
Nomination of 
officers for 1956-57 
tation of award 
are on the a 
meeting at ; 
An iInaugur 
m. Saturday 
room of the Siw 
low the elect 
tion of officers at t 
last sessior 


Bridge Meet 
Draws 100 
From District 


The Washington area expects 
to be represented be, a>out 100 
players when cards are 
dealt July 28 in > Hotel Com- 


t! 
th 
modore. New York ny the . 


opening of the American Cor 


tract Bridge Leagues summer , 


national championships 

Negro players will be partici- 
pating for the first time in this 
summer event—one of our na 
tional play offs ti le league spon 
sors a year—aithough they have 
appeared in previous fall 
spring and winter play-offs, and 
in many regional and sectional! 
meets. 

An ACBL spokesman ex 
plained that each of the major 
championships is played under 
the “ground rules” of the host 
chapter. Heretofore Negro par- 
ticipation in the nationals has 
been largely restricted to those 
events sponsored in New York 
New England and the Far West 


negligible in view ol 
cis on b st t cD 
not to co —_ 2 hrS («vere 
lion of 1 : as had bern 
planned 
Fon 
{)p 
ne esaerh 


spoke sina 
, relocat 
mpleted early th 


Last Year's “Dnsetiefacters” 


quiet Tresignalien 
e of Charies 

f of the Cr 

ori of the Genera 
Administration's Re 
He is in charge of par 
m edera building: 


cu” 


'* . — 
: of the CL OTCINS.—ZT 
: a , rr) fe, 2 U at on phase. 


Traffic Jams Feared 


Py y reason for cancells 
: © evacuation of acuaT 
ngtor Overman 

ikelihboed of 

of civilian 


ale we had planned 
evacuate ~~ 4 <tand 
5‘ Tang ng Up to Loree Deus 
uid hewe developed” 


S-Year Guarantee 


lie said wider participation 
= thie clert however east Ui TRS renee Re eaee Cae Cae oe 


woked for in other phases. For 
nstance. all Government agen 
es have been urged te take 
e part. ether threugh wt 
ration of shelter area« ofr ™ 
board *vacuastiion transpor- 
tation on the street 
CD personnel will eesembie 
at an alternate command post 
in Olney. Md 
The evacuation signa] will be 


sounded at 11°08 a. m. Fridas 


the take cover signal at 1°45 » 
m. In connection with Onpere 
tion Alert, OCD also will partic 
ipate In a Nationswide test af 
pre og py for 15 minutes be 

ginning at 4:10 p. m. the same 
day 

a that period, Fondah! 
said. all radio and TV programs 
will go off the air coast-to cors! 
to permit emergency commu 


a4 a.io 


length, 640 and 1240 kilecrcices 
The term CONELRAD iteelf & 


short for Control of Eiectre- 


magnetic Radiation 

During the test alert the lorcal 
CD office at the Rene School 
will be named only by the redto 
dispatcher, there in case of an 
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Fairfax Launches StudytoDecide 72/8725 
On Changing to Junior High System |— 


RB Were Came what type of schoel plamt would the present program of astoc | 
Sut boerer be needed if a change is made. tion af ttle or me cost 

So eiepery committee ef Junior bigh schools would re The reorgenization study &s 
wteul expers amd ether cit} ‘eve overcrowding at present expected te take sbeut a year 
—" seme wll Gere @ sted Gifs hich schools but would meee Becomumendstion: of the croup 
werk Ge Geciie whetier the orw olents witlf a different tree will be made te the Schoo! 
Facts Camry sxteei qstem Board 
wtrmaiat esajish omer jug 
oes 

The effect of 2 charge om thr : 


Arlington May Vote 
On Becoming a City 


Artlingtonians may be asked 
te vote in November on that 
old familiar question — Shall 
Arlington County become a 2 ; 
city? : ates nt <2 

The county's leaders are roll : | : =e 
ing up their sleeves for an , 
other try at the question that 
has been bounced from com 
mission to committee for years. 

This time however, indica 
tions are that the question will smuilar 2ptitudes, mterests sad 
go to the polls in November 4 a a . = : | 
and will be approved, for An in | > . amr 
lington’s leaders are aware of 
the need for more elbow room. 
which a city status will give 
them 

County Board Chairman Wes- 
ley W. Cooper puts it this way: 

“Were larger, we've got more 
probiems, and I think we can 


deal with them better as a cit 

than as a county.” , hes beet 2 remg afvorste of 
: . . 5 . Iw “ue Wa? ee Pees , 

Delegates Uree Incorporation hee : wo te zgguimmment cw he we! tecether . . 

Cooper has asked the county ; ' Seteet Beart te Yeactet 2 coc separated from the li year-old 
board's Committee on Organi- mire far te Federaten of 4 
zation and Procedures to study Peene - Teartes Associations 
the question of incorporation Sas eee oe ee f set asied 
and report back to the board amie af Ghee gubeect De bee oe 
on July 21. ? a," nial ie @ dimmsrsel 

Concurrently, a committee of . s. ae , . te aoe af oe 


the Arlington Civie Federation ie 
is deiving into the problem [eee 


Support has been given -to this! * a 
committee's study by William/| - . 
L. Winston, Arlington delegate | 
to the Virginia General Assem-! 
biy . 
Both Winston and Delegate 
Kathryn Stone of Arlington 
have indicated that incorpore 


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winter proposed changers ranzg 
mg from adult education and 
Dre-prumary trem mr to special 
classes for gifted children. an 
arts and science high school. a 
ccnter fr end 


Three Days to See 


Four-yearold Mike Sibele of Oriande, Fis. has only ttree 
days te store up memories for a Mietime. Mike is the wectee 
tion would be to Arlington's of eye cancer. His left eye already has beem remewrrd end 
advantaze doctors say it will be necessary te take out the other cre. 
Winston has suggested that Am eperation bas been scheduled for Tercsdzr. 
gton as a city would have; — — —— 


er to annex adjoining . . - 
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Under Virginia law.a posed city charter, 
county does not have the power caused voters to veto incorpo 


to annex > ; . Ex - = | 
ration in a 1952 pesacenSum. Crashes. plodes ' cas @eeeear turk erhewi vlan 
Annexation Power Desired However, County Board meen ecat-urt teow York tee The Cleese commuiiee repert 
John B. Lohman. head of the Chairman Cooper believes that SALINA, Kan. July 4 B—A cage eed 2 ilies coe Leek ao Ge ostee & & aoe i 
Civic Federation's study com- the road money is not as im B47 jet boreber crashed and mis 3 oer oot of De scieat 
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wou mean “a roaden — —_ ; . —_ i [et es De Tate 
der — ne UCP COU 
spectrum of governmental pow- increased Fe al big away ; " — . aig — . wer Getler. sear ae 
ers. of which the most impor- funds are forthcoming for Vir- *a*ng of frem Smoty Hil Ar 
tant in my opinion seems to be ginia, and because Arlington's Force Base e f ne Ta5>e Tie J : ———_ Fs — (27 : a ah ~~ ied, - 
the power of annexation and at highway needs are pot as cru- 30 ard were i ec I 27 - ~f -] ms cTrirmes ww 4 grr : Our >I year 
least a limited amount of regu cial as they were in 1952. The plane bt im a plowed ~e fF tee 2segee @ Set ewe oe oe your - . : of service 
lation of public utilities. : . —_ __ P aT a. = % 7 ad Tetra Sera Miver =. i ’ ~*-**e* e ]= = = © = = 
Both Cooper and the Civic Seo¢ 8 quarteraite fem te . ~ oo 


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ners area in Fairfax, which in- 
cludes a $15 million shopping 


Lohman said the Seven Cor- ‘ Sera rym «iwei pan 
Federation Comittee want to 


get the viewpoints of all polit» 
cal and civic factions on the 


end of the ruuwaer and « mi 


from the city limita The sacmal . 
Siemt petites leeds over the (hs 


Tt. menert woes owen wile 
meet of “Se £ nulees x<308 
a oe went Memery o sal) 
aLaoie. 


both Arlington and Falls : cily 
Church are likely to be in 
terested in the future.” Win- 


B47 fem Seeks « : 
Mill crashed for miles coe Seme Sega seperted> 
ston has also termed this area of the bese Jume 26 billing were wef @ ae Ge ee 
a “logical direction” in which taree men. —-. 
Arlington might expand. — 


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Pent studies of incorporation. 

Lohman points out that Ar | 
lington as a city would have a 
greater latitude in governmen- 
a atapnnetion, _pisaning Atoms-for-Peace Pact 

re jon of pu ut 

ties. This greater has CAIRO, ouy 
been emphasized by State leg- 
isiators who would like te see 
less special! legislation passed 
for a populous county that be 
haves like a city. 


Weuld Lese Read Funds 


The drawback to a change- 
over in the past has been the 
fear that Arlington would lose 
more than $500,000 in annual the use of atomic energy for 
State highway funds its re peaceful purposes and im sci 
eeives a6 a county. entifie 

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