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The Weather 


Today—Mostly sunny and cool, high 
around 78 degrees; not quite as cool at 
night. Wednesday—Partly cloudy and 
somewhat warmer. Monday's tempera 
tures: High, 74 degrees at 5 p. m.: low 
60 degrees at 6:05 a. m. (Details, P. 24.) 


The Washington 


Times Berald 


{ost FINAL 


49th Ye 


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ar — No. 239 


oe 


STASSEN GETS 


Phone RE. 41-1234 The suis bas 


TUESDAY, 


JULY 


i Re WTOP Radio (1500) TV (Ch. 9) FIVE CENTS 


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1936 


Missouri Tragedy 


Judge Sees 
No Trial 
In Arlington 


School Suit 


To Decide Soon 
On Case After Floyd Merga: 
a fur 


Hearing 5 Hours _ sthe fire 


PLAICO. Mo... Jub 

10 persons 

killed im a fire 
rough a hon 


here ton! 


raat 


Lone 
Puxico is 125 on 
> . ™ 
Louis tn southeest Mosse: 


near Ponlar Bluft 


ed 


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rf a wry) 


Of Arguments 


By Connie Feeley 
af’ Reporter 

Federal District Judge A\l- ‘4 ) 
bert V. Bryan indicated he 
would hand down his deci- escap 
sion in the Arlington school 
integration suit without a 
formal trial after hearing 
five hours of arguments yes- 


Cc 


-_ yr'Te 


Bortha Rogie 


10 Feared Dead in Fire 


at Home tor the A ged § 


‘ sorte 
eit 


ey Wieved 

 wanaties op ie 
the gregrieter, Wrs 
peut Di. and 
ner 3}eera aid gandsem David 


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grine 
The Dames were oul ef com 
ml ik ‘wewtory frame 
Wilting Deiere vere i> 
peeret. WSeluteer firemen 
net cea aMmone wmesuide 
eT” fed > oe 


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PCr PVE. Lae erry 


Georgetown Student Bas One 


terday by lawyers 

The ted announce. 
ment from ti bench in the 
crowded Alexandria courtroom 
came after for both; 
sid@s agreed on the basic facts 
in the presented during 
the session 

Bryan told attorneys and &5 PORTLAND 
spectators that his decision can Res uers today 
be expected “within a few '*#*! of 19 mountam chmbere 
days.” The case is a test of the ™ostly teenagers, from the 
application of the state's segre- sjopes of Mount Hood where 


ation policies to Nor Vir. Tope@ together at the 20.500 
+ ech orthern Vit- oot level, they had slid 2000 


E> at feet down the ics 
Virginia's Attor . 
so tery Almond Seed Coniet i, 2 coe 
ryan the filing of the Federal - - 
Court lawsuit was “premature” Ly ae, © — 
since the plaintiffs had not ex- mont, wes | lied * pratted 
hausted remedies available ~~ ae a anes Con - 
through administrative chan- a + eo > 
~~ . ok on quae ton at Ge 
a" bye we Al at yw aa other ag suffered broken 
‘vancement of Colored People 5 wy ge — 
asserted they had been stymied, . 
in trying to get the School The body of Mass Kaufman 
Board to act on integration. who was midwey along the 
The NAACP brought was brought down ai 
action in behalf of approxi ‘ today : 
mately 235 plaintiffs, mostly Suzanne Blum ao! Baldv mn 
Negroes, but including some \- ¥~ 294 Susan Stein of Baw 
white persons, more, Md. were injured 
In defending the Arlington ously. Miss Blum suffered 
School Board and Superintend. {"actures and Miss Stem 
ent T. Edward Rutter, Almond ‘a@ctured spine 
was acting in behalf of officials The cimmbers mempDr! 
who once had opened the door ‘¢ American Hoste! Asseci 
to the limited integration en- U0". Were Gescending the moun 
visioned under the Graw Com- t#!m when two of them sipped 
mission's pupil assignment They dragged the others down 
plan. The vouths were led by Car 
; That door was closed by the >C®moor of Portland, Ore. a 
tate and the General Assem- ews and Clark Coliege stu 
bly passed a law taking away S¢™t. AU were fastened to 
riington'’s right to have an gcther by a single 1204loot rope 
lective schoo! board One of the injured was 
An attorney for the NAACP Ronaid G. Hemrich 28 © 
pottswood W. Robinson I11,/4™@or in the Georgetown im 
oted that the suit is brought’ vers!) Foreign School. Hem 
vainst the School Board in its Tich, whose home is in Cigar 
Orporate status. But he said Lake, lowa game Ww George 
e organization is “trying Ww town in 1955 after ateendme 
pring the State in line with Mason (ity (owa) Jumer Oe) 
ne i Constitution.” ege He had been living at 
Almohd said Virginia is 1726 17th st. mw 
restling with the problem of ‘2 New York, Miler Moore 
maintaining its public schoo! president of the American 
stem. “Everybody knows Youth Hostel, said thal the ac 
at. isolated from the sup- cident on Mount Hood was the 
port of the people, _it cannot first such mishap im the 20 
urvive.” he said. That sup- years that climbing the meun 
sort. he declared, involves seg- tain has been included on the 


unex pe 


le 


attorneve 


case 


(Puct ~~ we Poor 


Ore. July 20 


removed ine 


wT) 
rip 
e 


the = 
oa. wa 


Last of 19 Climbers 
Taken Off Mt. Hood 


tamer’ ater Ionre 
—_ 


aT Tanagpe 
—T oe eee 
reve the Tasos 

Tem Pfan Zi. of Srovks. Ore. 
vas Cline ceaerty with five 
ore Shen be sew Oe 
wonepgrs [alum 

“ST had @ jeckionifie and [ tried 


dene and %e cut Gham apect” be eo 


“They were 2c Ged chee & 
other and axuvameg kt wae 
just «@ Westy cee” 

“T tied Ge auiury exe gr 
Wes Easiene) wieee iret 
were siking eat of the eoow” 
he ser, Sie Ged witle 1 Wied 
~ eel ber out” 

(nme of the eurvivers Judy 
Mar” of Queers V llage 
hotbed dewsm Lie moun, 
tenn Geapite 2 foarctared ankle 

The beet of (he bared wae 
Lifted over 


y 


MONTH 


LEAVE 


US. Backing 


Is Asked for 
uez Board 


Cargoes to Egypt 
In 2d Retaliatery 
Slap at Nasser 


LONDON. July WD 
Prime Minister Anthony 
Eden announced to cheers 
m the House of Commons 
tedav Britam’s refusal to ac 
rept Egvets “unfettered 
‘outret of the vital Suez 
Canal 

He also announced 
~ all British arms 
we Egypt 

Immediately afterward 
ericam, UEritish and French 
hipiomats discussed moves 
wing @e Wile waeterwes 
under nfernational control 
There were reper’<« tke L normed 
Stetes and Eritein were balk 
m= a any idee of allowme 


S rare 


_ 
Saipmen > 


Am 


wt 


Wellet Brands \asser 
“Second-Kate Hisler’ 
ef 


pliam te assure free and <fi- 
cent use of the canal ty 
wortd sipping im peace and m 
war burl urging caution while 


_ wexIng (o Maman a commen 


tue neecee egeration Bieed 
pleeme ant apeiical supplies 
were “roped o giaces Four 
dates gee eergeary treat 
ment Ge Ghe iniueed tefore 
thes were tate? devo to Tim 
berime Letige ateur the &3,- 
out |= rae Lmuisgices Wen 
benk Them Ge Per led 

tes bell can and bell oid 
Gewn the meunta & s«wreed 
word of the aurufieor Tle irs 
argatuset Qwp ww resc® tie 
—aer SS Tee a ef | 3(6etD 
mieees «ef Timieriae Loder 
red De Bearvieih ae Age 
Wien gure and eh oetructor 

The ancuftiert was (le worst 
1m thee beoers of Weunt Bead. 
one «of the acing ger areas 
m the Practice “Sortiewest. 
“are guess eerie 
cet on DA wie ene per 
oon wes let and gee were 
imjured sewvupesy Gp tie serth 
h Lcape 


ryt 
: 


gation. which “Is embedded association's itinerary. 


into the pores of the people 


“Four groups have already - 


and cannot be eliminated over- climbed the mountain this sum- 


might.” 


To meet the requirements of itinerary.’ 


mer as part of their regular 


said Moore. Me « 


front 

Dipiemats said the fir.t step 
under consideration invoived 
am ullimete wideummg of the 
discussions here to melude all 
the maritime countmes which 
use the canal most. 

The goal for such negotie 
lene would be the estaninh- 
ment of an internation author: 
ty for the waterway hnking the 
Wediterranecan Sea with the 
Red Sea. Such 2 move would 
im effect. recognize Egypt « na 
nhenaligajion action and allow 
her te share im canal operation 
revenues. 

The informants said Egypt 
would Ge invited t& take part 
im (hese wider talks. 


Britain and the United States. 
however, want to keep Russia 


CenstanUnople Cepven wands that 
ouow preg ee the canal whee lharrow « were lop Yervgen oe MS Maton ES 
2 epem ta nations Wb Pea Loaded and thal the sur 


and war 


~ 


Presidential 
Aide to Push 


Drop-N 1xon 


ve fl (Campaign 


| Says He Will Return 

| Te White House 
“Team” Immediately 
After Convention 

\ Thrigtt 


oo 


be . 
By Robert C 
Ser Tew 
President Eisenhower ves- 
terday granted Hareld E£ 
Stassen a 4week leave of 
absence, at Stassen’s own 
request that he be freed 
from his White House dutses 
to push his “dump-Nizes” 
campaign vithout uzvobving 
the Administration 
The months leave will beg 
Thursday. and will extend over 
the Republican Nations! Con 
vention 


ne 


heorria od Preee 


Sure. Seow after Stassen’s return te the 
Capital it was announced that be had been 
given « four-week leave of absence to pre 
mote bis “dump Nixen” drive. 


Plans to Cut 


Raerelé ©. Steen woers © Sena auile oe 
be ducks under the wing re igtt giane a 
NeGiens! Alrpert afer beet geerting will 
Presi¢dent Ewenthewer « the Goo wm Getter 


thereafter. 


ne will 


Ihe Signs 26 Bille: 


One jor Ist A-Ship 


To Germans 


Reductions to Be 


Potomac Span W atis 
On Congress’ Return 


By, Jor Lorthas 


Rut 


In Supply Ferces. 
Net Combat l nits 
By 


eewn  # 
Onmms-aler Cangpess convenes 
Tua? 

iw? snd cepresentat 
Peteral ageumes agreed 
"tw ‘at aether attempt 
atusiict Dade 'y oftain spec!- 
fr Cangoewmonai approval for 
® aa he southern Up 
uw sam before amy actual 
Vrs Iepus. 

Fulure “ win such approval, 
sat, ogrobebiy would 
Jiarmery accent the 


new autiterized plam te Suid 
he ortige across the Potomac 
aoe 2 ine wuld of Ge & 


District 
gener | homer 
yesterdey a slam’ 
uen of the proposrd 
len avenue Drage o 
vei island 


Enginec: 


. Jape See 


John G. \N@rTis The surpree Gevelopmmest 
“as announced by Murray Say 
r 


L‘ssistant White Heese 


or (cmMmeaco uw lee oF 
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o.a 
-* vP< 
ams lp cS L nited 


informed 


art 


State 
ew Reo Yr Wext 
they : 
en 
srengtn 
neat twe vears. 
urs wi! 

and support forces : 
from combat units 

Such assurances 
learned yesterday 
te German military 
matic officers who 
high Pentagon and | ee 
partment officials over 
the weekend. The German rep 
resentatives sought the con 
suitations im the lig™ of re 
ports that the United States 
is weighing Seavy militar) 
manpower cuts Ddetween 
and 1960. : 

Big manpower reductions 2) 
most certainly would mean 
withdrawing or stripping cown 
same of the \merican 
divisions in West Germany. Re 
perts of such @ possibile shift 
nm American military strategy 
have threatened to compuicate 
German plans to build a 
daw ision Army within the 
North Atlantic If y Urgan- 
zation. 

Se concerned was West Ger 
man Chancellor Konrad Aden 
guer over this danger to Bis 
legislative program te rearm 
a somewhat reluctant Germany 


” 
. — 

n Europ 

put 


———S oe 
mer 
" come out ' pi at 


Mr. Eisenhowers Getigp 
“burg (Pa) ieom 
. Stassen, whe lest Moender 
civen Urged Gos Chmstiian Herter of 
_ Massachusetis be somneted 
as Mr. Eisenhbower’s 1906 rex 
ning mate = bew of Viee Pres- 
dent Richard M. Nawem, ew 
back te Washington tellewung 
his conference wrth the Pres- 
dent and later issued ups stale 
ment 
“Il am pleased the Presigest 
has granted my request Ge 
Thursday, Aug. 2. I wall quake 
a further steabereeett abou oy 
conunuing endeavor te add t% 
the strengin of the Emenhower 
campaign and te Republican 


See Staessen, Page Ti, Cal 6 
Reds Reported 
Invading Burma 

RANGOON. Burma Jaly 32 
>. Several bundred armed 


(Chinese Loman ireeps 
have crossed a 300-mile Stretck 


36 Prisoners 
Use Sledzes to 
Break Own Legs 


BLFORD. Ga. J mil 
Thirty4ix ‘Gnmaice Rove — 
Quarry State Proween pree ther Tike suutiierty route grevie 
own iegs with ))-pound setige ose was aoorveved by Com 
hammers Tne gees Gur Federal agencies and 
against working condiluwn @ Demet «fimais agreed ‘ast 
the “Litthe Alcstras” of Ge = St 2 Hem over Roose- 
ou cee a ~ wet tie’ was desirable 
Geerfia State Prison Seem Punmng ance them has been 
Jack Forrester, State DUTT ,.cfpeueiy am wie Roosevelt 
tor at ‘onaa & — iiaend gooyect. 
dector im ti os . 
had y Aeon mes  Lewieietiom t» autherize the 
legs : amr giam  weecifizally passed 
Sarnester anid ‘tthe Hieuee ip the leet dupe of 
and 2 Negre inn te onent Cangress. along with 
their unusual reve! fireenons ta make the span a 


Laue ome 


me o and diple 
tained 


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wiin 


ul ? 


nerTre 
Yr 


Loca. Tt 


bow 


o e 


st 


Sewever- fe Senate Eillied 
iar wige crovises sand 
tf enngressional approval 

aoe God ever Roasevelt 


ie Te Seer) | OCU6haoe fee Gougit previous 


Tlextble” 


A mbdassador 


wee 11 
Tempe a ier 


cumag? os permit raising the 
auen quer Runseveit island. 

ge meeting were 

’ tte Fine 

Vat onai 


that he called his 
t the United States. Mainz 
L. Krekeler. home for consul 
tation. He alse sent the chief . 
of the military counci] of the 


as among the most hardened wm arts 

Georgie. Be sani the @ietier Cantal Paria “Satienal Capi 
emence hemumers which j(Ghee Geetied Pacing Commission and 
Gover ; recvushing Terk Zigipvay Department. 
ornscure Be said the men placed rum 
under their fetis and Sere 


end “started whackeg ear” Baereneers Eifeetive Get. I 


ere === $345 Million U. S. Retirement Bill 
May Be Signed by President Today 


heeek dif Ge neler anesthe 
= 


he Supreme Court integration called the fall that brought 

ision, he said, Virginia “must death to Miss Kaufman an “wn- 
liminate the factor of race fortunate accident.” 
ntermixture and amalgamation Hoste! representatives Moare 
by resort to some other and Said, have flown to Oregon te 
different system within the . ‘ 
ramework of law.” 


Asked jater by a reporter to Membership List Is Demanded 
ARLINGTON, Pg. 16, Col. 1 


~ Alabama Judge Refuses te Set Aside 
$100,000 Fine Levied Agamst NAACP 


| MONTGOMERY), Ale, July request aut Ge ater party be too late for a hearing 
bed ‘been cote? The etiter “ey camt bear & before 


30 # — The Alabama Supreme sees well have 
' he , ta . We may as | 
Court refused today to grant party is the Sume of Alabama, denied and go to the 


it 
an immediate stay of a $100,000 repr. .cxted by Aturmey Gomy ¢ Supreme Court.” Prank 
against the National Aeso- eral Jobs Paetteremm, wie emi. Beeves, of W asiingien, 

lati. « for the Adwancement of June 1 ettanmed fren Joces a2 marked. 
Colored People 

The fine was tevied bh 
Circuit Judge Walter & 
Jones for contempt of his cour 
by lure tw progace 
NAACP's 
went into 

Within an hour after Jones far We mm 
had sejected an NAAC?’s re- oer 
quest to modify the fine, at- 


to delay = while they askedthe .enganizaion 
_jora review of the contempt! ahem and ask for 
. findings 

| But the Supreme Court jus obtaimed the stay 
tices said long-standing policy 
prev-nied their acting en the 


% 


, 2 


West German armed forces. 
Lt. Gen. Adolf Heusinger. here 


See TROOPS, Page §. Col 1 


further inte Burma 


Mr. Yates 
Sells Piano 


wrong uniil they ordered om 
men beck tp work 


77? 
é 3} 


L The action, it was explained.\expect him te urge Crngrem 
will permit the employes to next year to take these ameng 
benefit from the more liberal other steps 
orevisions of the law, which Teo repeal the provides 
The President will sige Miowiti increase retirementsur-which will forbid 

Rev geritags today. the bill to vivor benefits upwards of $345 OfSce fram 
gomudte major tew Federal em- million a year milien 2 year 1 w 
joge cetirementeurviver ben- The Commissions directive pay im retirement 
’ will affect only 40 employes. Ms operatiag 
Hie smust agurove tie legisia An average of 200 a month are 
Wednexiay midnight forced to retire at age 70. Hur 
effective am that dreds of others retire volun- 
dui Of be sigue it after that tarily. several 
’ will be effective The decision to allow the additional tepgay 

new bill to become law is re- -grade 

Service Commis- ported to have been made last by. 
a White House con- G0 


' (Belutet Stary om Page 


In | Day 


gf 
Ti 


“Wonderful results’ | placed 4 = = 
a want ad Friday and sold the — 
revealed Mr = 
Leonard D. Yates Jr., Route 2 
Box |'044, Vienna, Va. 

You can sell anything faster 
~—baby grand or music stand-— 
through The Washington Post 
and Times Herald-—reaching 
382,000 - tarmulies daily, over 
127.000 more families than 
ary other paper in town. Simply 
prore— 


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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 
> Toesder, July 31, 1956 


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Bill for A-Power 
Ship Is Signed 


GETTYSBURG. Pa. July Fl 
Presrie rt 
a score of 

and kept 

~ Suez 


The President 
er tack te Washington Tues 
dae mecning after 2 jong week 

estate 


slanning to 


of the fi 


_ongress 

surning last 

the Sills 

te agoreved authorize: M6. 

million fer construction of the 

worf’s first cficlear powered 
sup 

Ancther measure signed into 
lew goves 2 go-ahead on a three 
soar Giianilicn ocrogram of 
Fede-al grants for nteip in con 
srurtiem ef health research fa 
cums 

ie «2 statement on that bill 
“s rallied it “an im- 
orctant stew forward.” Sut said 
the sneaeure “is deficient in two 
uroe@rtant respects.” 

Me said & “fails te provide 
aa ance for construction 
af ‘anistues for training of med 
cal grwentists, and the amoun's 


P-esi cent 


Fisenftower t 


authorized are inadequate in 
hans wanda ™ 

\dministration 

a broader, $250 

the President 

the next Con 

the. full re 


- Wr Eisenhower 
us others sudmitted 
were flown from 
Washington by Gerald Morgan 
the President's special counse! 
Short! after returning to 
the White House, the President 
confer with Secretary of 
John Foster Dulles re- 
garding the Suez Canal crisis 
On Wednesday morning, Mr 
Eisenhower will hoid his first 
news conference since he wun- 
derwent abdominal surgery on 
June 9 
he President is con- 
valescing from that operation 
In advance of tackling a bit o 
work at the farm today he got 
in_a little golf practice on the 
lawn in front of his home. His 
dectors wont permit a full 
round vet. but have let the 
President try some approach 


will 
~ ste 


still 


‘ 


Daniel. Yarborough Ope 


Texas’ Governor Race 


DALLAS. Tex uly DD 
Sem Price Danie! and Raiph 
Yartersugt began their Demo 
ecatic camngaians for the lexas 
gree. orsitip today 

Latest recorts of Saturday’: 
Decmeeratic orimary showed 
Dewiel whe says he will resign 
os Usited States Senator i 
commeted is leading Yar- 
boreug® Gy almost 152.000 
torres. 

of a ex 
sotes cast. Dente 
and Yarborough 441.74 
ver Lowted States Senator and 
Tessas Gevernor, W. Lee O Dan 
~ tad 2454 

Tl wher candidates were 

State \aw requires 
ne candidate 


entree 


“ated 7 S20 000 
had 393.556 


a for 


mie 


and Yaerbercug? wil be heid 


sapperted Dwight D 

» 1962 Secause De 
would 
tuudeland oi! 


cre. ersor 
cet supoert Tense 


Yarbercugh issued a 
skiing Deniel to 
whether Pe will 
= > 
o- euas to the Re 
subiices Party—as be did im 
i 2 


Shivers. not a candidate for re 
election this year. Yarborough 
was supported by House Speak 
er’ Sam Rayburn, leader of the 
Texas Democratic faction that 
hacked Stevenson in 1952. 
Neither Rayburn nor Senate 
Majority Leader Lyndon Jonhn- 
son announced support for any 
randidate in Saturday's primary 
Both asked omy precinct 
renventions elect “good. loyal 
Democrats” to the county con- 
ventions Aug. 4 Johnson's sup- 
porters generally carried the 
>t meetings Saturday 
1 the Shivers fac- 
ose fight. partic 
Fort 


> 
that 


Congressmen were 
© primary ex 
| Be who 

was defeated by State District 
Judge John Young of Corpus 
Christ Former 
Lindley Beckworth of 
“2 eT vac 
G 


J (clade 
nominated for the 


VsOnitry 
Jeutenant Governor Ben 
Ramsey. also the retiring Tex 
as ‘National Democratic Com- 
mitteeman. was forced into a 
rune with State Sen \ NI 
Sikin Jr. a supporter of re. 


i “8 trevicus ersueeteeFll Wiked school laws and 


shemets of umeeat Gov. Allan 


teachers salaries. 


—— = 
—_— 


Kenney io Run D. C. | 


Harriman Campaign | 


w Jebo Renner. 2 Washing 
fon lewver with a long record 
~ Goverument service. was 
samed chairman yesterday of 
hue Barr 
~"~AaA 7 © 2 Wh 
sae for Pree 
hient im eight 
“ees anc Ue 
Dastrwrs 

Eeaney was 
@esuty flirector 
ef (> new Ge 
fueect Mutual 
Secunty Ad 
smetreties 
wien Harr? 
"rat was @rec- Kenney 
ter @uneg tke Truman Admin- 
Mtr? ss. 


' 
’ 


of 78 Kalorama Cir- 
aiso is former Assist- 
ant Secretary of the Navy and 


Kenney 
cle nw 


former chief of the Economic 
Cooperation Administration 
mission in Britain 

He will direct the New York 
Governor s campaign in North 
Carolina, West Virginia, Vir- 
gota. Maryiand, Delaware 
Rhode Isiand, Pennsylvania. 
New Jersey and the District. 

Kenney is a native of Okla- 
homa and practiced law in Los 
Angeles before coming 


Washington. He is married 
and nas four children 


Gor. Long Tests 
Strength Today 
In Louisiana J ote 


SEW ORLEANS. July WF 
Gee. Earl Leng tests bis polit 
mel strecgih Tuesday when 
eGters seminafe 2 Senator. 
eqygrc Congressmen and severai 
leseer politica! efficiais im Me 
Demecratic Primary 

Tie Gevernor seeks the de 
fear of Reo T. A. Thompson, 
wie refused to back Longs 
succesaful third term race for 

: long 
announced be would support 
Themrgsen s three opponents in 
tine race for the «eat from the 
Tete Cengresstenal District 

Sem Russell & Long. son of 
the inte Louisiane Sen. Huey 
PF. Lame and nephew of the 
Geverner. & unopoesed im is 
bi for = second term Also 
wzegpesed are Reps F Edward 
Metert. secking 2 ninth term 
ie the Ist District. and Edwin 
Willis of St. Wartinville. run 
mug foc ae Gf term im the 
3¢ District. 


7S he & 2 ee He Se Oe 
eee 


Mossadegh’s Release 
Scheduled for Sunday 


TEHRAN, Iran, July 30 7— 
Mohammed Mossadegh, who 
nationalized the Angio-lranian 
nl Co.. in 1951. will released 
from prison Sunday, a security 
official said today 

The frail old man who used 
his tears as a weapon to sway 
ms opponents. was jailed in 
December. 1953. by a military 
court which sentenced him for 
attempting to everthrow the 


Government of the Shah. The 


Shah reduced his sentence to 
three years 


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Interior Serretary Fred A He 
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going on and alwert mate ‘hte ere eeturt te 
decisions when [| was &@ te = Oe ke: cemet 
White House He ti des” CSuremee SS geart 
Sesion. whe jomed = a : 
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California license plates. 


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President’s Doctors Are Criticized 
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BOSTON, July 30 ®—Dr.! Dr. Rutstein said “an op méxsinn ts 
David B. Rutstein questions if timistic picture of the Presi- “27O™=™ | _ 
2 magazine article whether recuTTence \arring i andl Syweagtre Wes Beare Ww 


ent's life-expectancy followmg - - « 
the American public is prop- on we - third and tee thirds ef 2S eoeet conte Or oe 


CIT ye 


was given br Gor 


erly informed recovery whom operation & DewrecrSuc secunt flare nem 
tors attending him 


by medical TIT --Rune 3 
men who care said it would seem that ‘wer —— —_— 
our Presi- was “al variance with ihe PUD the pivewian to a Pres@em or Parts ta Ce Treo —_— ay 
dents when lic scientific candidate. showld teferm fom inet. sees 
they are Dr. Rutstein said that when if the Gemands of te office f oreng= Pains Fsews 
stricken il! the doctors announced in Feb exceed his phesical copect: 

He is head of ruary “the President should be if the petient acrpied th . il 
Harvard Medi- able to carry on an active ite advice, his beelth would Ge ooo aw 
cal Schools satisfactorily for another 5 t0 tected and the cowstry would geceies pallies plesk of 2 ee 
Department of 10 years” the President had “no not be called upon te conte ng of Ge Deweeretec Sete 
Preventive choice on medical grounds of » office or choose 2 Prem@et® Cemertear: siediers coo 
Medicine, and Dr. Rutstein refusing to run for reelection.” whe was oot well euough Seaee & Ciicege geet werk 
a vice presi- In connection with President sere is eueeeecies SE Toe 
dent of the American Heart Eisenhower's operation for inm- “If the patient refeee@ the woalld tect: Beo Joe FE 
Association testinal obstruction leitis— e@vice. the phosicien would Cocmeck GO iee) Caress 

Dr. Rutstein has previously Dr. Rutstein said that within then heve te fer=e the greece Ge Paes Commies 
publicly indicated he feels hours after the operation the the wired sad thet be bees of “Sr cee 
some interpretive reports on doctors were out with a state-< > Gi ehe = Setter qeaitet o coe 
the outiook for President ment. He said they “appar; menor bo  diecuee 


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Eisenhower's health after his ently were perfectly willing 
attack, and again aftereven before the immediste “But @ his petient were atic 
intestinal operation, were effects of the operation were 
out of line with scientific medi- known. to issue a statement 
cal literature on the diseases. acsuring the country that the 
Informed of Dr. Rutstein’s Presidents health would in ne 
article. White Hiouse Prec« Sex way prevent from carry ing 
‘retary Hagerty said out his previous plans 


nim 
James 
COM Men’ Tr 


they give any safercuerécd 


McClellan (D- im 

Subcommittee chatr- i _ 

man, was en route te Het some of his cose Sies te Ge 

Springs, Ark. and could not be Subcommitice aft 2 closed ace 
reached. Also out of town was sion June 2 

Robert F. Kennedy, Subcom At a public bearing i Map 

mittee counse! Chotimer testified he Rad 


The Subcommittee Demesought White Hou beep & 
crats voted July 20 te give Mc. arranging inguelrers for SS ar 


Clellan authority to call the line clients bDefere Ge Cad 


there would be no comment on 
tic Monthiy, on “Doctors and 
Politics Dr Rutstein su - 
gests that the proper role for 
2 doctor caring for a President OGL OL CNOiner 
} cand te 
cal facts and their precise in 
L\erpretations 
“If the physician goes beyond 
stein. “He becomes just an or- **™?4y om when the Senate In voted “present” 
dinary citizen subject go politi-vestigating Subcommiticee Chotieer. 0 Bevery Ee. 
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u@hcés ‘in a Geld inpould jold its longanticipated Call’. attorney aided ie the 
ments by physicians have as tivities of Murray M. Chot-(then California Govermer) Eat 
little merit as medical judg-imer, Vice President Richard Warren and Sen Willem F 
ments by politicians on the M Nixon's 1852 campaign Knowland (Call) Be tesk 
Dr. Rutstein says the Ameri- er 
a ==" Ings would not be h untul . 
can public has fallen short of ~ September at Ngee me, Vice Presidents Closest au 
: st . . ; * -* . : aa > = : 
getting the best information in this could not be con. <istes 
lin Delano Roosevelt 
“The occurrence of severe 
ilimness in three Presidents of 
the important question of the 
responsibility to the public of 
the physicians attending the 
Dr. Rutstein concedes 
news about Preesident Eisen- ——_——_—_____ 
howers heart attack was 
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by the Presidents doctors 
nr s president a 4 idida = 
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y Senate Unit Uncertam 
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this paint. he then ceases to 
which he Bas no expert quali. public hearings on the iegel campasicns of Chie? Justice 
: a : > - 
ability of a candidate to run ..snacer over-all charge of Xrunn's cam 
ilinesses of two previous 
the United States within a pe 
President,” comments Dr. Rut- 
handied in a strikingly differ- 
at our new store—6%65 15th St 


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Writing in the August Atlan 

should be to stick to the medi 
Capitol Hill was silent yes Republican members merely 

be an expert,” writes Dr. Rut - , - 
fications . .. Political judg- 
a : 
for office Speculation had it the hear-nsien and became one of the 
Presidents—Wilson and Frank 
riod of some 40 years raises 
SLOIN. 
ent way,” than the story of the! 
ilinesses of Presidents Wilson 
and Roosevelt. News bulletins| 
Rutstein| 
said, “gave the appearance off 
a full disclosure of al! pertin-| 
ent medical information / 

But he said “the public was! 
net informed of the published 
scientific evidence” on the out- 
look for patients suffering such 
attacks. ) 

Dr. Rutstetn sald the public) 
was not told about three re- 
searches which showed “the 3) 
year survival] rate of such pa- 
tients was approximately 50 


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McKeon Pal Tells of Vodka 


By Albon B 
Saf? 

PARRITS ISLAND C.. July 
3—A rugged Marine buddy of 
S/Set. Matthew ‘ McKeon 
tid 2 general yurt-martial 
panel today e rustied up 
the Bottle of vodka from which 
he ana McKeon dra 
McKeon recruits by 
drowning in n Creek last 
April 

The 


Sgr 


Hailey 
Reporter 


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row 


nk before 


lost six 


Ribb« 


te<t came from 
Eivwyvn BB. Scarborougn 
Lynchburg. S. ( first 
witness called Me 
tal entered third 
re a uury” of six 
ers and one Navy 


TIONY 


= 


35S 
ts 


offic 


Marine 
qa@ortor 

The leatherty-red-faced for- 
mer senior rifle range coach 
ef the ill-fated Platoon 71 testi- 
fied he brought the vodka inte 


Scarborough 
THe witness stand 
ehie= defense coun 
Zoiar Berman's 
femme gun was silenced 

be oe ¢ 


was 
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oven 


impassioned 
pleg by Be: r dismissal 
of three ‘fharges 
neZi gent 

and 
2 
York 
con 
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Ut Scarborougn 


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raoniK 
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mud 

eon 
tfalls 
sud 
over 

was 

of. cov 
water up 
the bank 
water 28 


— 


surgron 
non June 
e night 
ary march into 

ex Vrkeon was 
ne hed nerves in hits 
eg from a slipped 
ind could have 


vhile jead- 


co 


1 beading the march Mc- 
vag carry ng out routine; 
“eit training practices to’ 
ade bus “laggard” p!atoon dis 
oie and that he 
ae 


his recrwi 


a 


2? 
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"ults ao any- 
al he actually didn't do him- 


Set 
fa contesting Berman's mo- 
me today. Maj. Charlies B 
: trial counse!. charged 
af McKeon « statement 
re@iiy im evidence gave edi- 
n@e be led the march know- 
g @here were non-swimmers 
7L 
“Toe take gonm-ewimmers, raw, 
frained recruits, into wun- 
powm waters ewer their heads 
culpable negligence almost 
@ point ef wanton negli 
nee.” Sevier told the court 
“eon is expected to take 
Sand in own defense 
@day. probadiy the after 


own 


nis 


- drink to Set 


no time . 


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Asoex sn cet Pore 


Staff Sct. Matthew C. MeKicon (right) chats =ith tee © 
nesses whe testitfied fer the d@efeuse at Melicon’s trial 
yesterday. They are Staff Sct. Elere B. Scarbereagh (icf) 


from the “hard 


ris 


’ - 
Seeping on 
mn the brig 


and Warrant Officer Lesiie E. Velie 


McKeon was . 


McKeon 
gure - 


iz 


ne wee 


released from the brig last May . 


and placed under i@mile re- 
striction around the base 

McKeon sat ramrod straight 
sic chair staring into appar 
nothingness as fh {mend 
admitted owner 
ship of the vodka bottic. intro 
duced into the trial by the de 
fense 

Scarborough said he dropped 
im on McKeon about 11 or 11-30 
a. m. on that April 8 Sunday 
looking for something to ease 
the pangs of a tlalion party 


in 


> 


enii 


" gee 


he had attended the previous . 


day 

McKeon was on ? 
when | walked im and 
the door Scarborough 
iGentifying the room as 
drill imstructors quarters 

The general talk was about 
the shooting of the platoon 
marksmanship. and how 
could make it better.” he 
admitting under prompting 0s 
Berman that 
doing too well 

“Il asked McKeon if 
any (liquor) and he said, “no 
| don't keep it in the barracks 

“I said 
needed one (a drink) and that 
| knew where there was one uf 
McKeon would drivé me over 
tw get i.” 

Scarborough testified 
MeKeon drove him to barracks 
706 where be was quartered 
and he picked up a bottle. Mc 
eon drove back to 761 and 
Scarborough said. he. Scar 
borough, carried the bottie—a 


. 
closed 
sand 


ihe 


sarc 


fifth ef BD proof vodka—into 


bag. entered the DIS 


i ima 
oom: with McKeon and shut 


said the bottle 


»of calling men from te ru) 


King. 23. Eugene. Ore. began 
having a few drinks from 
About two inches of fuid re- 
main in the sealed vodka bot 
tle and Scarborough said 
that’s the way tt looked when 
he left tt in McKeon's quarters 
to be picked up later 
The witness, a veteran of 18 
years stTyice im Marine 
(orps, said while be and Mr 
Keon were in the Di rooms 
another sergeant came in and 
teld McKeon some members 
of his platoon were 
down outside 
Scarborough said McKeon 
ordered the platoon inside for 
a general “field day” of clean 
img up the berracks and then 
came back inte the DI room 
with him and closed the door 
| took a drink.” Scarborough 
said. “I poured it inte a cup 
with water in itt and offered a 
McKeon.” 
Scarborough said McKeon 
“took a drink, as far as I know™ 
and that when King came in 
about 12:30 op. m he and Mc 


-Keon had another drink and 
t" gave one to King. 


| thought I kind of. 


that , 


laying 


—_ 
race 


‘> 
: a > 


Platoon 71 wasn't 


he had; 


ewes of thee chara 
ef 


werure 
ore of 


$uU 


the bottom Rib 


Volle saul thes wou 
possashie. from what 
oberrvea im chartimg the rf 
bottem from beats Sy taiorg 
scientific soundings wrth “Ph! 
adciphia poles.” mes and mets 

“We exhausiea everything 
available im cur e@erts t& 
cate hboles—eves to the exten: 


<a 
- 
= rw 


. 


iat 


range who sai they kore 
where some holes were.” ¥ 
tectifeed. “They were poneuls 
ent. We could mot fied a 
holes.” clifis i Soamis 
wells or oiber Gepressiogs ou 
there 

Berman explai 
that ~“Soanish 
‘te treacherous 
coverea + oft crusts 
waxn Vous geve Fe) 
sudden siep: 

Valle descr 


: 


- 


fallots 


re aru’ , o- 
“e 


bot 


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referred 

al “On? 
J 

oc @muac 


umoer 


ee 


Led 
stream 
per hour. fi 
" 2 °“Derweeiy 
rums about 3 
The testis were 
bigh 


es errr. 
2s 


~ . 


miles per hour 
conducted tuo hours after b 
tide under river comdiiens sim 
ilar to those when McKeah ied 
74 members of Bis pistoon its 
the weiter 

Volle also testified a) 
though the water was only 5 
feet deep from 2 wp te a5 
much as 46 feet from the bank 
the bottom was @ gooey mud 
into which vou could sink from 
8 to 12 inches. 


that 


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BONNEVILLE, UTAH 


 Liquer Stere Holdup 


» Care 


oo. 


2 Arrested 
In Holdup 
At Hertz 


The 
charged with robbing the Hertz 
Track Rental Co at Di @ si 
ow. of $1008 at gunpomt earty 
Sunday morning was reporied 
yesterday by police 


arre<? ef ‘¥e men 


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Accor ate Presse 


Tar Heel Honey 


Nerth Carelina’s entry in the 
Miss America pageant will be 
Jean Melten of Albemaric. 
She woe ber crown im the 
state contest beld af More- 
bead Citr. 


a oan en oy Stranding 
pomp | i; 
Discounted 


Washington 


of 


- Cargins ym 
ce at 734 Girard 

Was arrested vesterday 
aformat etgained from 
pooce said. Cargins 
once sam. telid them he per 
ie Treehery & > = 


— 
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Hiamton 


area travelers 


—S 
= planned to 


had 


Eurove on 


"oO 


return 
from the Andrea 
Stockholm will 
face an ocean-going traffic jam 
hably be stranded 
offmiais said yesterday 
It is estimated probably few- 

er 160 Washington area 
m persons had scheduled return 
trips from Europe in August 
and September aboard the two 
. vessels which collided off Nan- 
ce reported tucket last Wednesday nicht 
Police said they found the Im the “heaviest travel year 
there's been.” these shipiless 

travelers face what an Ameri 

fam Express official terms a 

nasty ihey must find 

accommodati m Meet as 

mers returning 

hooked solid 
inconven 
extra 
Con 


find 


Deria or the 


but pre wont 


travel 
than 
nis share at the Banneker play- 


cund and when he went to 
a yesterGday i was gone 


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ns 
Pe 
result in 
m many cases 
mat officiais are 
the worargers will 
vs of getting back 
Bonelli. Italian Lime 
ct manager. owners of the 
Andrea Deria. said there 
will be “ne stranding of pas 
sengers talan Lime of 
cialis in Genoa reportedly are 
planning toe provide another 
sap in September to handle 
passengers 
Worst booking problems will 
come August. according te 
Donato Bianmch:. whose Bianchi 
Travel Agency here specializes 
Mediterranean travel. 
The Swedish American Line 
owner of the damaged Stock 
m rperted te be plan 
mng wolive Ms luxurious 
iretemiers z2teng «2xth extra 
buaks on other ships for 
Stockholm passefigers 
' Seme 160 persons scheduled 
te leave for Sweden on the 
Steckhoim'’s mext trip are stay- 
img ata New York hotel at the 
ines expense. They will be 
bunked aboard the Aungsholm 
scheduled to leave Friday. a 
spokesman for the Cari W 
Johmuson Travel Agency said 
here 
Sir tranmspert while more 
Churchills Are Guests costly than sea travel. aise & 
. expected to lighten the traffic 
LONDON, July 30 #@—King jam by putting on extra flight 
Frederik IX and Queen Ingrid sections travel agents said. 
of Denmark entertained Sir 


weld 

seer So 
charge 

narcotics 


he id 


the To 


for 


2? Seucht in $1165 


im 
Prince Georges County Po 
“ee were searrotg yesterday 
two bandits whe Belt up 
VWerress Family que Store 
Si Anmmapois rd Biladens 
fareg. Me ate Saturday 
escaped with $1165 

Helen Varren,. DB of SOD 
Quincy pl. Bladensburg. owner 
of the store. sald the men eo 
tered. beld ber at gunpomt end 
teid ber to open a cash register 
hedden behind a counter 

Polke OGreedcaest a lookout 
for two white men. ope dressed 
a checked sGirt. Siwe pants 
ana = bat. the other wearing a 
biue cowboy shirt and 
tam pants. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST aed TIMES HERALD 
thai 3 Tendon, Daly 32, 2956 3 


Doria Captain Says Ship Radar 


Tracked Liner Before Collision 


NEW YORK. July 30 @—The States ship opersting regalia W. La Selle of the American 


Italian Lime sold today is 
Andrea Deria radartracked 
the oncoming liner. Steckhoim 
before the crash last Wedars 
day night that sent the boxers 
ous Doria to the bottom of the 
Atlantic 

The line alse disclosed vital 
records thought int were 
saved br Capt. Piero Calemei 
the last man to keeve the 
sunken liner. What the records 
show was kept secret. 

Calamai reportedly tel of 
the rader wetch im addressing 
a rally of his crew yerterday 
Guiseppe Ali. director-general 
here of the Italian ime. com 
firmed it today. 

For how long 8 period the 
Deoria’s radar wes working was 
not made public 

What was confirmed was that 
Calamai teld the crew the de- 
vice Was operating. that he him 
self watched the Stockholm's 
aporoach on the eaxcreen and 
that he was on the bridge from 
3 fog 
that shrouded the crash began 

The collision south of Nae 
tucket Island Massachsu 
setts. occurred 2t 11-2 p.m 

Officials of the Italien Lime 
and the Swedis bAmericen 
Line have been close-mouthed 
about what happened 


> m when the beavy 


’ 


ott 


Dest mer peed UgreLimg ned Export eer Inde 


: - ome of America’s greatest ves 
the interests of greater safety... “ssid news reports of the 

Charman Herbert C_ Beamer coiiision point indicated the 
(DN. C) saxd the coamsmiliet coorkhboim was not on its prop 
ness of rader and ether savage fp - an interview when his 
Genal devices” Name meambers .a55 arrived today from Ex 
of th Cecumiliee will COM rope he said- 
bere Wednesday t» Imspect (Be 8 -Ome sailor does not criticize 
damaged Start noir. apether unless be is at the 

(Rep. Editir Nourse Regers cone of action. All I know of 
(R-Mass) yesterGay proposed. cy collision is what I have 
m 2 letter te Presidest Eset eead and if it is true that the 
bower, that the Usted States Srocitholm was 45 miles off 
assist fmemcially m replacieg Naeotecket,. then she was off 
the AnGresa Derm course.” 

ier letter. i part. saat That was the position given 

in view of the Gem ond be the U. S. Coast Guard and 
comsiamily expendimg frieed-ethers when the disaster oc- 
ship tGeteeee Americas sad 
Italy. the travel requrement of The United Press reported 
the people of beth commiries the Grst damage suit resulting 
ama the Ageerican way of gf from the collision was filed in 
ereus beip t© overcemee greet Pederai Court by Nancy Lae, 
Grsasters, | reapectialiy request 3 clevater operator at the 
vow to mrtiate the meressary ar- Fentambieau in Miami Beach. 
rangempents te provide for agiiwhe suffered 2 broken leg 
te the preper authertiies of aboard the Andrea Doria. She 
Ttaly of famds equal te SD per seed the Italian and Swedish 
cemt of the total cect of a2 mew Limes for $100,008 each. chare 
ship te replace the Anp@rea me oefgigence and careless 
Deort ne<s 

“This cacitel con tbe meade Following is the Ietest list 
available from feeds already isseed by the Italian line of the 
appropriated br the Cengress dead. missing and unaccounted 
for foreign aid. If mecessary. the for from tie sunken liner An- 
fimancing of the remainizg 3@ Gres Doria 
per cent of the total coat of KNOWN DED 
ims new shop should te worted — zg SHAY 
out on a feasible basis befecem Lears t- ht = wae ; 
the Govermment of the Ll ated ~ 7 mi! 
States and the proper suther- 2 “aestens © 
ities in Maly.”) 5 4 

Mears hi. © Amdéres 
Deorie’s Geath Int reenzined af 


Serre MH 


_——_ 


_ 


"ob 


The New York Post said to * 


day both liners bad tracked 
each other on radar for some 
time before the crash 

The Post said a source on 
the Steockheim said Der 


the puampber of those ithe 
ally wraccegsted for was res 
gaced frem 37 te @ 

Two creemet op the Sicck 


blies” were observed for half 


an hour, right up to the crash 

The Swedish Lime declined tos 
comment 

[United Press the 
records were sealed today and 
sre now enroute Italy te 
plane in a diplomatic pouch 

is expected to be a key ex 
hibit ip the Italian imvestige 
en | 

The United States govern 
ment is not concerned official 
ly with a direct iImvesisgeion 
of ts own because the crash 
occurred outside American ter 
riterial waters—some 45 miles 
south of Nantucket Island of 
the Massachusetts coast. Fur 
ther mo United States wessel 
was involved 

However. both the Heuser 
Merchant Marime Committees 
and the Coast Guard plan care 
ful stedies of tnformation o> 
taaned m Swedish or Italian im 
quiries to see whether United 


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4 Tuesday, July 31, 1956 


Tick-tock ...tick-tock... 
the whiskey that. 
didn’t watch the. clock... 


seven long years! 


SUEZ—From Page I 


Britain Halts 
Arms to Egypt 


Ma ilect sovernmment whichother Colombo powers—India, 
the unfettered Pakistan, Ceylon and Burma— 


| ui 
mee 


wou I rave : 

_ fa <insle nower which °° consider the Suez crisis } 
o . % These were the nations that oy 
et nave sponsored the Asian-African ‘ 


own, exploit it purely for the Bandung conference last year. jf 
rey mgeaee ovate on British Press Cautions aN 7) 
Picks did , , 7 a 

spe measures to avert Qm Force in Retaliation a ” ie 34h 
‘ = ‘ ‘ ‘ f? sf mNrTorm ; o »> . fA 

Py Reuters ¥ 
ants said the three powers, to LONDON, July 30—Britain’s | m hoe 
this time, have not discussed press today kept up hestile ig 

» blasts at Egypt's seizure of the LU, S.P0 PO 2 TAG! E 


tive 8 OF TT Lary rece against 
Suez Canal, but was slightly 


Superior 
from the start... 


Egypt. A Briti niorManmt CX- nore restrained about the pos United Press i 
plained considerations of force sible use of force as a means . after seven years 
would not arise unless Egypt of retaliation Labor Day Stam p y 


, The Liberal News Chronicle ’ . 
said the United Nations should Commemorating Labor Day, 


world shipping or refused 10 gicouce what steps need to be this stamp will go on sale at — 


supreme J 


: " ale ; 
to - ager ye ae r agains 


accept any international ar- taken Camden, N. J., Sept. 3. The 
rangements ! spervising the “At the same time we, with model of the stamp was de- 
ca be ald = ms _ gape veloped from the central sub- 
should make it clear that any , 
French Foreign attack on Israel or the closing ject of a mural in the AFL- 


, stian Pineau, who of the Suez Canal to interna. ClO dullding here. 
~ from London for tional shipping would result in ~ . Wain 
was Petaliatory military action as ce we oe ; _. 
yur part.” it declared. nany risks before any decisive 
he Financial Times said action is launched 
nited States policy had helped “Above all, they have to in- 
to produce the present situa-sure that any action has the 


; 


: + ey ti full understanding and support 
oe Egger oe Pe ocvle. \merican policy toward of all three partners i | 

L pas ” ~BYI t Ras unth the Aswan The Manchester Guardian 

:eU *< dam decision (withdrawing argued that in view of Middle 

a ae pe | > aid been both weak and East and other world prob- i 

eee : : ' complacent, the authoritative len conscription in Britain 

-  ¢ ally on economic affairs com- cannot now be abolished. It 

_.. mented added, however rhis is not 

na “American policy has helped the occasion for military ac- 
. to produce the present situa-tion at Suez - 

= | ~ ~ tion and should not be allowed The Daily Herald also re 


to water down the effectiveness jected the idea of using mili 


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(nei pping con The Daily Mirror said 
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no received word het ave assengers have flown 
had car ed it« order to canal 


ficials mot to accept checks 
mn Lond or Paris banks in - - : 
D2 MeTIT tous : ? 
Cairo,” Haypt, clamped Eastern Air Lines 
. t ewrrency controls on for- 
eig mnk accounts here today : 
r similar finan 
irres aga e AraDd : 
yu Britain and France = 
tne sited Press reported ; 
gor ment announced 
© aliel t earlier had 2 
eve a ft order and 
; pas tnrougn the : 


Suez Canal could continue to ae 
$s in checks drawn = === - 
British banks. The Ministry 


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trols wv yuld affect 


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House announced P -| 
tous ‘amnounced that Pres Louisvi Q toH. 
of State a bn Foster Dulles! 


Lieyd. Fre f reign Minis s 
le : stian Pineau and Rob 

ert.D. Murpin ne t 5 Dep 

anTo nave OPen « 

will conduct a full-scale review 


erri ng here 
of the Suez Canal crisis Tues 
day (he Internat ional News 


Service reported e : NON- 
it was announced that the irming am STOP 


HRS. 
conference will be held “at the 


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50 min. DURHAM . « « sto min. 
earliest possible moment” after 2 . 
Mr Fisenhower returns to| , 
Washington from is Gettys “ 90 Richmond 2% 37min. 
Washing » from his Getty, Charlotte s os STOP min. 


nr > le began buying 
arms from the Soviet ~ bioc, re lol 
British military sales to the 
. = ; ? 
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trover al —- and Al 
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iro They had a 90- 
but did not dis-| bh tit t 
~ Britain and France have eres no su Ss tu e tk RIENCE 
fs n gyptian cash and or EXP 
c 5 as well as funds of the 
Canal Company. in their bank 
& British Adee monen Rrmnmnerers * * 
disclosed that two warships y ir litce 
the cruiser Jamaica, recalied) 
from a visit to Egypt, and the) : 
minelayer Manxman, en route 3 : 
frem Israel, had — arth of ' 
to Cyprus, 250 miles pn te) 
the Suez Canal ent TION 
SS, roe| 26 YEARS OF DEPENDABLE AIR TRANSPORTATION 
eign Minister Ruslan Abdul-| he , , 
gani announced a conference’ | ee 
was being planned with the | a 


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Soviet ‘Ready’ 


For Suez Talks 


LONDON, July 30 w—Rus- 
sia is willing to discuss an “in- 
ternational solution” to th 
Suez Canal dispute that would 
permit wnrestricted passage 
for forcign and leave 
Egypt sovereignty over the 
area, it was learned today 

A Imgh iron Curtain 
said Egypt would have to par- 
ticipate im such talks. which 
could include “interested pow 
ers or be put before the 
United Nations 

Suggestions already have 
been made at Western Big 
Three talks here for a “board 
of directors” of the canal that 
would include Russia as a ma 
jor sea power. 

The comversation of the Iron 
Curtain source indicated that 
Russia, grhile sympathetic to 
Egypt's struggle for independ 
ence. is worried lest the pres 
ent dispute lead to a shooting 
war 

The source. who in the past 
has reflected Russian policy 
thinking, said Western insist- 
ence on maintenance of the 
Oi-mile canal as an interna- 
tional waterway makes an “in- 
ternational solution” logical 

Such a solution should b- 
negotiated with Egypt. m® 
forced, the source said. Egyp 
than sovereignty over the ca 
mai rome would have to be rec- 
ognized 

Final could be 
reached in a Big Four confer- 
ence next year. the source 
hinted In the meantime. a 
temporary arrangement could 
be worked out to insure con 
tinwed free passage of ships 
through the canal 

The source dismissed as un 
Fea@iistic a report that Moscow 
either has concluded or is in 
process of working out a mu 
tual defense pact with the 


ships 


source 


solution 


caused some alarm in Moscow. 
the source reported 

He said Russia does not fee! 
international peace is endan- 
gered by the actual seizure, 
but that a settlement must be 
made to lessen tension 

The source also ict it be 
known that Egypt is fostering 
the impression in the West 
that Russian support for it is 
greater than actually is the 
case. 


Student Strikes 
Beset Bolivia 


LA PAZ, Bolivia, July 3 
The outgoing government of 
President Victor Paz Estens- 
soro was best by labor troubics 
today 

A large section’ of univer 
sity students went on strike. 
demanding the resignation of 
Gaston Aracz as rector of the 
University of La Paz. They 
charged Aracz with being “the 
enemy of university students.” 

High school students also 
walked out in support of de- 
mands that city authorities 
provide additional buildings 
‘o take care of overcrowded 
schools, especially Ayacucho 
College 

4 strike of bank employes 
passed its fifth day without 
immediate prospects of settle. 
ment. The strikers demand to 
be allowed to have their own 
social security rund instead 
of contributing to the general 
national social security fund 


School Fires Probed 


TAKAYAMA, Japan, July 30 
*?—Fires destroyed parts of 
two high schools 2 miles apart 
over the weekend. That made 
four. schools destroyed or dam- 


Associated Preaes 


The British carge ship, British Peer. moves {| fic was reported proceeding normally. in 


through the Suez Canal yesterday, as traf- | 


the waterway 


seized by President Nasser. 


Nasser Branded ‘Second-Rate Hitler’ 
As French Premier Hints Stern Action 


By William J. Humphries 

SN. ¥. Herald Tribeme Nees Ger . 
PARIS, July 30 — Premier 
Guy Mollet catalogued Egyp 
tian President Gamal Abdel 
Nasser as a second-rate Hitle: 
today and promised France 
along with the United States 
and Great Britain, will deliver 
an “energetic and severe ri 
poste” to Egypt's seizure of the 
Suez Cinal 

Addressing 100 French par 
liamentary newspapermen and 
their guests. the Premier made 
clear that Egypt's wish to ex 
propriate the canal was not 
exactly the question that had 
aroused both himself and 
many French editorial writers 
to liken President Nasser to 


, 


phase of the new Middle East 
crisis. the French government 
leader said 
not contesting Egypt s wish 
bu- its decision 


imat nis country : 


'* 
expropriate 


taken wunilateralls to break 


agreements solemnly conciud 
ed with France and other na 


wons 


' Quetes Nasser’s Book 


Mollet excused himself from 
describing what an “energeti 
and severe riposte” might be 
after he had quoted passages 
from Nasser's “The Philosophy 
of the Revolution” and asked 
his audience if their tone was 
not like that of Mein Kaihpf 
the book which Nazi Ger 


one 


the canal is closed and shipping 
time lengthened! 

The Egyptian embassy 
Egypt would 
guarantee freedom 
through the canal 

It denied “rumors concern 
the raising of transit fees.” 


said 
to 


passage 


continue 


of 


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French Auto 


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Chicago 

PARIS, July 30—French of- 
ficials and citizens generally 
are aroused over the rise \in 
auto fatalities throughout the 
nation 

“Halt this bloodshed,” cries 
the newspaper Franc-Tireur 

At least 600 deaths and more 
than double that number in- 
jured is the toll so far for July 
in automobile accidents on 
highways and streets. These fig- 
ures are double those for July 
a year ago 

For August, when literally 
half of France goes on vaca- 
tion, no fewer than 1000 dead 
is predicted 

In the last four years the 
number of cars on French roads 
has quadrupled. At the same 
time French authorities have 
taken proportionate steps to 
cope with traffic conditions 

Highway police have been 
doubled—they number 10,000 
throughout France. Squads of 
motorcycie troopers patrol 
roads over weekends and more 
local police have been assigned 
to dangerous intersections 

Two helicopters hover over 
the outskirts of Paris at sensi 
tive points. But all those mea 
sures have been powerless to 
put a damper on accidents. 


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Naseer was given a second 
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tian leader is an “apprentice 
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in insulting terms to the demo 
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The canal seizure 
international stock and money 
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NETTUNO. Italy. July 3 
The United States today dedi- 
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the memory of thousands of 
American and other World War 
il dead in southern Italy 

\ message from President 
Eisenhower. carried by Maj 
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Trade Pact Signed 


KARACHI W#—A one-year 
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Hungary is the third Commu 
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within the last four months. 
Poland and 
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Radio Budapest announced 
a three-man Hungarian delega- 
tion had left for a week's stay 
in Bolivia “as an expression of 
good relations between Hun- 
gary and Bolivia.” 


Wounded Cypriot Dies 


NICOSIA, Cyprus #—A 
Greek Cypriot wounded by 
hooded gunmen in Kythres 
yesterday died in a hospital 
today 

He was Panayiotis Jhilambi, 
shot by five men wearing white 
hoods who burst inte e village 
restaurant where he was drink. 
ing coffee. A second Greek 
Cyprict was wounded. 


Want Seminary Opened 


Reuters 
GALAYATETOE. Hungary 
The executive committee of the 
World Council of Churches has 
renewed its call for the re- 
opening of the Protestant 
Union Theological Seminary in 


Polish Reds 
Are Reported 
Shifting Rule 


WARSAW. July 30 @—The 
Communist Party will divorce 
itseif from the Polish govern- 
ment Twesday in the most dras- 


tie action taken by a satellite 


country since Yugoslavia broke 
with the Cominform in 1948, 
informed sources said today. 

The sources said party lead 
ers decided it is wrong for the 
party to continue acting as @ 
secona government. 

As a result, the seventh ple 
nem (full session) of the Cen- 
tral Committee of the Polish 
Workers (Communist) Party 
meeting here will publish s 
resolution splitting off the 


» party from its Stalinera close 


aMiliation with the ruling offi- 
cials 

At the same time the Cen- 
trai Committee will take steps 
to handle Poland's economic 
crisis to prevent another Poz- 
nariype riot 

The Central Committee 
closed its meeting Saturday. 
It elected three new members 
to the 13-man Politburo and 
decided to hold a ‘full-scale 
party gathering in March. 

(In West Berlin, the informea- 
tion bulletin of Germans driv- 
en out of Eastern Europe after 
the war said Polish Comme 
nists have ordered their youth 
groups to weed out members 
who “showed no interest in the 

work of the youth organiza 
tion.” The West Germans said 
thai, in Short, would be. a purge 
of members who have carried 
their criticisms too far.) 

Polish Communist sources 


said the methods to be taken 


to solve Poland's economic 
difficulties and raise the stand- 
ard of living give no hints on 
expected Sovet help. 

Since the visit of Soviet Pre- 
mier Nikolai A. Bulganin last 
week Warsaw has been alive 
with rumors that the Russians 
would make a big loan to the 
Poles and defer payments on 
past loans 

There was considerable dis 
agreement reported in the ple- 
num on the Poznan riots and 
the views expressed by Bulga- 


| Chapel at Anzio 


Madrid, it was disclosed here 


today. 

Spanish police closed the 
seminary Jan. 23. While the 
seals have since been removed, 
it has not yet received permis 
sion to function again 

The World Council groups 
over 160 Protestant, Angelican 
and Orthedex Churches with 
an estimated membership of 
170 million persons 


Denies Charges 


Revers 

NEW DELHI. iIndie—Prime 
Minister Jawaharial “Nehru to 
day denied allegations- that 
“crucial decisions” regarding 
the future of Bombay City 
were taken without consulta 
tion with the cabinet 

The allegations were made 
last week by Chintaman Desh- 
mukh. who resigned his post as 
Finance Minister He ex 
plained his resignation by a) 
leging the. Governments de- 
cision to make Bombay a crm 
trally edministered area for 
the next five years. instead of 
merging it with Maharashtra 
was announced by Nehru with 
out consulting either him or 
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Sefra, 250 miles south of Oran 
today. The train was beleved 
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cort guard for the tram were 
wounded when Nationalist 
rebels fired on the wreck 

Near Orleansville. roughly 
midway between Oran and A} 
giers, rebels attackes a French 
farm. shot to. death one 
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‘ _Twesday, July 31, 1956 


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U.S. Tells Troop-Cut Plans 


TROOPS—From Page I rison there by trimming out 


to talk t6 American military 


men. 
Krekeler met with Secretary 


of State John Foster Dullés 
yesterday for 30 minutes. He 
voiced his government's strong 
objections’ to proposals either 
to cut NATO armies or sub- 
stantially to reduce American 
troops in Europe. Krekeler 
told néwamen he also express. 
ed Adenauer’s “grave concern” 
over any shift of Western strat. 
egy which would gear defense 
forces more heavily toward use 
of atomic weapons. 

Heusinger flew home late 
yc-terday. He and Krekeler are 
said to have been partially re. 
assured about American man- 
power reduction plans 

High Pentagon officials are 
understood to have made these 
pledges to the German of 
ficials 

© The United States will do 
nothing about cutting its mili- 
tary forces assigned to NATO 
without full consultation with 
its Western allies. Whatever 
reduc .ion is projected probably 
will be brought before the 
NATO Council meeting in De- 
cember 

® This Nation will maintain 
its draft law. Any move to drop 
conscription here probably 
would hurt German plans to 
raise a 500,000-man armed 
force by a new, not fully im 
plemented, induction law 

® No thought is being given 
to cutting American “fighting 
forces” in Europe but only to a 
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Tt plans to increase this to Stalin Ill and T-51 tanks. 12 
96,000 men by the end of the Polish, 14 
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ing costs of complicated new 
weapons. | 

In connection with § as- 
surances that there is no 
thought of cutting “fighting) 
forces” in Europe during the’ 
next two years, Pentagon offi- 
cials are understood to have 
noted that they now are work- 
ing on the fiscal budget for 
1958 and cannot plan definitely | 
further ahead. Reports that 
cuts of 350,000 to 800,000 in the 
2.850,000-man American mili- 
tary forces were being studied 
dealt with wos — plan 
ning, extending t 

Meanwhile, pl nal 
fense Secretary Carter L. Bur- 
gess, Pentagon pan ge a — 
told a Senate Armed Service 
Subcommittee that his office! 
and the Armed Services still 
are drafting the 1958 budget 
on the assumption that man- 
power will remain about the 
present level. 

West Germany now has 
only 35,000 men under arms 


such cases, they warned, West- 
ern forces, largely geared to 
atomic war, could not cope 
with East Germany's 7 divi- 
sions and Czechoslovakia’s 14 
divisions until things got out 
of hand 

Furthermore, any reduction 
in NATO's present 15 active di- 
visions would leave West Ger 
many exposed to surprise at 
tack by the 63 Red divisions 
stationed in Central Europe, 
the visitors are said to have 
argued. American officials, it is 
reported, were surprised by the 
critical reaction to the man- 
power cut studies. The strong 
reaction may have had some in- 
fluence on Administration plan- 
ning. 

The Americans also are un 
derstood to have talked about 
the difficulties of keeping mili- 
tary budgets within reasonable 
limits in light of constantly ris 


support forces from streamlin- 
ing the 17,000-man divisions 
and eliminating supply units. 

Pentagon officials also are 
said to have told the Germans 
that they are trying to maintain 
armed forces capable of fight- 
ing wars without employing 
atomic weapons, 'as well as to 
fight with small, tactical A-de- 
vices and/or strategic mass-re- 
taliation bombs 

The Germans 
have been particularly con- 
cerned over any substantial 
lessening of NATO’s ability to 
use conventional weapons to 
cope with local situations. It is 
reported that they expressed 
fear of trouble starting with 


are said to 


many and Czechoslovakia and 
with Redinspired strikes and 
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By Charles Corddry 


56 Years Together 


The first United States'by four engines instead of the: 
bomber designed to fly faster blowlamp’s” two. 
than sound, the triangular- The new B-58 jet bomber 


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secret, informed sources indi- 
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Arlington School Suit 
Decision Expected Soon 


ARLINGTON—Fr. Pq. I 


amplify this statement, Almond 
said there are “numerous fac 
tors which could be used as the 
basis for assigning students— 
geography, physical facilities, 
health, academic standards.”’ 
These, he said, could be used to 
maintain segregation. 

Most of Almond’s 45-minute 
court presentation was devoted 
to arguing that individual par- 
ents should have submitted 
transfer requests in behalf of 
their child rather than joining 
in a suit in Federal Court. He 
said there are methods of ap- 
pealing on the State level. 


Actions Retraced 


He retraced the States ac- 
tions on integration, including 


the Gray Commission plan and , 


the calling of a special General 
Assembly session for Aug. 27 
to consider future policy 
Therefore. Almond said, Vir 
ginia is attempting to deal 


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plaintiffs’ suit is “premature.” 

Oliver Hill, an NAACP attor. 
ney, vigorously attacked the 
State's moves, It is true, he said, 
that the General Assembly will 
meet Aug. 27, “but it’s certainly 
evident that the Governor is 
not going to ask them to lo 
anything to ease segregation.” 

When he announced the 
special session, Gov. Thomas 
B. Stanley said he would ask 
the General Assembly to per- 
mit withholding State funds 
from any community which in- 
tegrates its schools 

Working through State chan- 
nels as suggested by Almond, 
said Hill, would be simply a 
time-consuming and vain at- 
tempt by the plaintiffs “to get 
what the (Supreme) Court has 
already said they are entitled 


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Hill said Virginia had been 

“dictatorial” about integration. 
Two efforts were made in 
Arlington to obtain integra- 

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School Board in July, 1955, 
and a petition to Supt. Rutter 
last April. The first was turned 
down because of State policy, 
he said, and the second was 
forwarded to Richmond and 
nothing has been heard of it 
since. 

Almond had 
petitions “nothing but a formal 
demand that you (the School 
Board) set your house in or- 
der.” 

Judge Bryan interrupted 
Hill’s presentation to ask that 
School Board attorneys pro- 
vide him with information 
about the Arlington school 
population and the county's 
school facilities. 

Figures estimating that a 
total of 21,030 white pupils and 
1445 Negroes will be enrolled 


when school opens Sept. 4 were) 


later read into the record. 
“Under a Gun” 


School Board Attorney James 
Simmonds told Bryan that if 
an injunction were issued for- 
bidding segregation, “the local 
School Board would be in the 
position of operating under a 
‘gun in carrying out its ad- 
‘ministrative obligation to the 
‘State and the community.” 
| He said the court action 
'should not have been filed until 
lafter an integration policy has 
‘been evolved by the State. 
| Assistant Attorney General 
‘Henry T. Wickham said the 
integration suit is “in fact a 
suit against the State” rather 
‘than against the School Board, 
and said the State cannot be 
sued unless it gives permission. 
‘No permission was given, he 
said. 

NAACP Altorney Robinson 
disagreed. He said the Schoo! 
Board has a corporate status 
and can be sued. 

Frank L. Ball, Arlington at- 
torney and former State Sen- 
ator, also argued against the 
integration suit. He said ~the 
Supreme Court did not call for 
a “kangaroo jump” from segre- 
gation to integration, but 
decreed “effectual, gradual ad- 
justment.” 
| He predicted the General 
\Assembly will walk a middle 
‘line between two extremes of 
thought on integration 

Technically, yesterday's argu- 
ments were on a mation ‘te 
the School Board to dismiss 
the suit. Bryan said a deci- 


sion by him to uphold the mo- 


tion would be a final decree. 
If the motion were denied. 
Bryan said, the court—if it 
\sees fit—could enter judgment 
iin favor of the NAACP. 

He indicated he believes his 


decision on the motion will be! 


a final decree regardless of 
which way it goes. He said he 
saw no need for further argu- 
ments. 

But he set Aug. 9 as an 
“emergency date” for lawyers 
In the event he decided on a 
further hearing. 

In the Charlottesville inte- 
gration case earlier this month, 
Federal District Judge John 
Paul ruled on the day he 
heard arguments on a motion 
to dismiss. 

Paul swept aside protest by 
School Board attorneys and 
called for a beginning of inte- 
gration by fall. He said he 
would not permit his court to 
be used in connection with an 
“evasion” of the Supreme 
Court decision. 


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[celandie Embassy Asks 


Withdrawal of Americans 


Aseociated Press 


The Iceland embassy said 
yesterday its government be- 
lieves the international] picture 
is sufficiently peaceful to war- 
rant the withdrawal of United 
States troops from that stra- 
tegic country. 

In a statement issued through 
the embassy, Gudmundur Gud- 
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Minister, said: 

“The government considers 
that the defense arrangements 
should now be revised so that 
the armed forces be withdrawn 
and that Iceland take over 
maintenance and operation of 
defense installations .. .” 

A State Department spokes- 
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the Department has received 
no formal communication from 
the Iceland government. 

Under North Atlantic Treaty 
Organization agreements, about 
4000 U. S. Army, Navy and Air 
Force men are stationed in 
Iceland. They operate an air 


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Egypt Planning 
Canal Deepening, 
Envoy Declares 


International News Service 


Egyptian Ambassador Ahmed 
Hussein yesterday said Egypt, 
las a result of consultations 
with American oil and trans- 

rt companies, expects to 

oaden and deepen the newly 
expropriated Suez Canal to ac- 
commodate supertankers. 

Hussein charged in an inter- 
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canal to deteriorate” because 
the property would have legally 
reverted to Egypt in 12 more 


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The new coalition govern. 
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land last week had been ex- 
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of United States troops. 

Gudmundsson said the pol. 
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the defense agreement was 
concluded.” He added: 

“The objective of the govern- 
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is . by no means to alienate 
itself from NATO, but on the 
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; wages. mere than S287 See met pacer 
the largest source of Mocome = 


They totaled S188 billion. a— -= 


rise of $13 billion over 1852 
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Corporate dividends totaled . 


Senate Hires 


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$7 MOETELY AED UF 


Mrs. Coar. 


Fired Earlier by House 


Helen B. Coar, removed from a downtown recording plant 
the House payroll because of a but lost it because of the time 
reported “conflict of interest,” devoted to the congressional 
now is drawing her salary from JOD. Her husband, she said, has 


the Senate. Gone outside anhouncing bul - gz 
: she added. there is nothing iz pa 


Mrs. Coar was studio direc- hi. work agreement to prohibit a 
1h £66 Ss a 7322 Ge See 5S 5 516? ico Mery. Ari 


tor of the Senate-House studio this 
that recorded radio and tele- Sterimg 3 Sent Jim@er $25 fivwmore § S200 


vision broadcasts for members Rage 
of Congress. S@eeseeseeeceeeee ee eeeese es 

She obtained her $6000 an . 
nual pay from the House. Her 
husband, Robert J. Coar, who 
headed the joint facility, was 
paid by the Senate 

On May 2, Ralph Roberts, 
clerk of the House, said he had 
fired Mrs. Coar at the direction 
of the Patronage Committee 
He alleged she and her hus 
band operated private record- 


The F.F.V. 


to 


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ing projects that were in con- 
flict with their work for Con- 
gress. 


However, Rep. Francis E 
Walter (D-Pa.), chairman of 
the Patronage Committee, said 
Mrs. Coar lost her job because 
she had no political sponsor 
Coar remained on the Senate 
payroll. 

Mrs. Coar went to work for 
the Senate on July 1 when the 
joint congressional recording 
facility was separated to per- 
mit each side of the Congress 
to operate its own recording 


plant. : . . 
Under the new setup. Mrs One of America 8 finest trains with strearclime coactes. 2! -room P Jimana. 
Coar is progtam director at * C&Odiner famous for fine food — serves 


$6200 annually. she said, and 
her husband is head of the Sen- 
ate facility. 

The Senate's sergeant at 
arms. John C. Duke, hired Mrs 
Coar. He said he knew of “no 
conflict of interests.” 


Complete breakfast from $1.99 
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Ly. Washington 10-55 om. EST 
Arr. Charleston 9:44 am ELST 


Mrs. Coar said she and her 
husband began the recording OUR WIFE ALONG | 
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. omy far wo fe emy 
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12 Tuesday, July 31, 1956 a 


Tragedy on a Mountainside | 


United Presse 


Arrow points te the area below 
the summit of 11,245-foot Mt. 
Hood in Oregon where 19 youth- 
ful mountain climbers plunged 
40 feet to the bottom of a rocky 
crevasse. One of the group was 
killed. The climbers were roped 
together for safety. 


Jim McNamara. Staff Photosgrapber 
Three more Washington area 
girls joined the select circle of 
Miss Washington finalists during 
judging last night at Carter Bar- 
ron Amphitheater. They are, 
from left, Edna Clark of Silver 
Spring and Jolene Oakes and 
Barbara Freeman, both of D. C. 


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Zach vear since 1951 Wallace E. Wentworth of 9601 Bristel ave... Silver . . ek en Malt Photos by Vie Cs 

= : Stephanie MeKenzie, 727 Argyle rd., was 60 P : : 

Spring, has celebrated his birthday at a party with meighberheed chil r ar Here are Stephanie and Craig Coburn, ake 2, of 9607 Bristol ave., helping stow away 
giren. Here are photes of last night's party, which served to mark his , younger Chan Der hest at cast = an gery the good things at the Wentworth birthday party. Wentworth 1s assistant disaster re- 
$2d anniversary. Wentworth is at right but she had just as much fun as he did. lief director and safety and fire protection engineer for the Veterans Administration here. 


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that will be shown at the Montgomery County Fair, Gaithersburg, Aug 721-25. W. Va., yesterday. Two cars at left hit head-on, one spun around and a third car struck it : 


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Group Plans 
To Attract 
Va. Industry 


Chamber of Commerce rep 
resentatives from Alexandria 
and Fairfax, Arlington, Prince 
William and Loudoun Counties 
or’ ed a corporation last 
night designed to encourage in- 
dustries to locate in Northern 
Virginia. 

The new organization, called 
the Northern Virginia Eco 
nomic Development Corp., was 
formed under the chairman. 
ship of Ralph H. Bogle Sr. 


president of the Alexandris 
Area Industrial Development 
Foundation 


The corporation will attempt 
to raise “at least $35,000 a year 


for at least the first three 
years” from local governing 
bodies and business frm 
Bogle said 


The money will be used 
hire an industrial engineer and 
staf? to study the land, tax 
rates, power and transporta 
tion facilities and other indus. 
trial potentialities of Alexan- 
dria and the four counties 
engineer then will look for in- 
dustries which are consider 
ing relocating and will give 
the findings of the study to the 
firms. 

Under the proposed plan, any 
ewner of land suitable for in 
dustry who wishes to sel] must 
fix @ maximum price for his 
property. 

The corporation is an out- 
growth of the Alexandria Area 
Industrial Development Foun 
dation. 


Other officers are: first vice 
ehairman, Henry J. Rolfs of the 
Fairfax Chamber of Com 
merce; second vice chairman 
Robert A. Peck of the Arling. 
ton Chamber; secretary, John 
Norman of the Greater Manas 
sas Chamber, and treasurer 
George W. Rowzee Jr. of the 
Arlington Chamber 

The group will meet again 
Sept. 10 and the third meeting 
will be Sept. 25 when the cor 
poration wall present its plans 
to the Northern Virginia Re- 
gional Planning and Economic 
Development Commission 


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A display at the “Atoms for Peace” cxbibdt is expisined t 
Syeareld Micher] Waloell by Bis Setier. Pete Woaleoll. 


. Smithsonian Opens 
Atoms-tor-Peace Show 


About 150 persons 


hen han \ Isfter ? 
The them chance sieTrt wneuae 


that a epeciel erent bed bees 


scheculed. attended the apnea 
ing of the \etleon’s fire trace 
ing “Atoms for Pearce’ estima 
at the Museum of Natura 
History feserda 

At the brief ceremony I 
ard Carmicherl, Secretar af 
The Sm ee 
told 4Chairmaen iI 
Strauss of the Atemir Emerg 
Commission that the Srrtthem 
ian lang het bern imeresied @ 
tomic €NCTES 


Langley Remark Ercalied 
He quoted the law Samur B 


. rary? 


Langiey. third Secretary of the 
Smithsowian, 2s concledig af 
the turn of the cemptury thal 
“here 6 SER see 
these energies ‘wantiam and 
radium) (al men Se pare 
sital. 

“Thats 2 wers TrietTe sling 
statemerr' res e¢ Streams 
indeed. Twe mewer heard & 
The exhibit & d@esetied @& 
the beneficial rather then te 
“parasita or éestrurtiee. ust 

of nuclear enrrg: 
fostiy rT? is mace > re 


photegraphs and di 


stomic energy s wees it r 
Gustry. acricultere. moedicioe 
» and other fields Tt imcbudies 
some mactinrTy. same moeoes 
and full+ized dummews of mee 
wearing proiwerire cela 


The exhibit takes fis thea 
from President Hlisenhower’s 
1953 United \abens speerh oo 
atomic energy. One pene! of 
the displer shows a partuwe of 
the Presicdert and quotes his 
words: “Te Gnd the war be 
which the mraculens iocve=- 
titweness of man shall met be 
dedicaied to his death batt opp 
sccrated to his ie” 


it will be on Giepler ip the 
museums rotunde Ser tieee 
months Ajong with tee simp 
lar exhibits now nearing com. 


Refco sh 


without 


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« Hyattsville 
‘ Police Chief 


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became the Grst of four ares 
governing bodies last night to 
approve the establishment of 2 
commission to select a site and 
operate a2 juvenile detention 
horge for Northern Virginia 

if Arlington, Fairfax and 
Pails Church also approve es 
tablishment of the Regiona! De- 
tention Commission, backers 
of the home estimate that 


ground will be broken on the 
$170,000 home by this fall. 

The home, which will be lo 
cated in Fa 


Stall Phote 


erning appro 
val of the resolution creating 
the Commission. The cost will 


— a _ 


‘Reward of $500 
Posted in Killin g 
AtSoldiers Home 


= will be sent later on 
a \auen-eude tour Capt. Richard J. Felber of 
The seactiem of viewers the Police Homicide Squad an- 
question, nounced e# $500 reward yester- 


.. . ee 
“lent ties suppesed te De se- day for information leading to 
coe” veured by 2 women in the arrest and conviction of the 
mex carly 2s te the Get state- slayer of Charies H. Gaynor. 
sect bs ber companion “I 71. found dead on the Soldier's 
Gent enderstand &.” Home grounds last April 14 
Eugtt seaccid Michael Wal- A special police detachment 
40 Jefecsom st ce. bas been working on the case 
=aent having any trouble com-€¥%*T since. on 


chung © ent fall The reward was raised 
seas Lom A takes’ Sacerthrough cooperation ef the Dis 
Pete Walcot hy ~~ A, 4 
One of the briefest visits S°!@er's Home, where Gaynor 
pant t» the exhibit was by g 922 lived for nime years. 

par of youmg shortsciad girls 
wt. dacted mts the rotunda. 


Commission on Juvenile Detention 
Approved by Alexandria City, Council 


The Alexandria City Council be met on a pro rata basis by long. 4 more than permitied by 


the four communities 

In other action. the Council 

® Reversed a decision by ty 
Traffic and Parking Board de- 
mying driveway access te «a 
supermarret planned for Duke 
st. between Longview drive and 
Cambridge rd. The owner of 
the 117 @0@0-seqvuarefoot site is 
Virginia Square. Inc. 

© Approved request by the 
A B and W Transit Co. te over 
ate specially designed oversize 
buses for a 30-day trial on four 
routes. The buses are 39 fret 


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sion. whoch must giye fimal ap 
proval 


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~ “MORSE 
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This week, The Saturday Evening Post 
brings you the story of the political battle 
that the whele nation is watching. Find 
out why McKay's connection with an aunto- 
mobile concern may cause him trouble 
with labor. Youll want to know how 
much Morse’s anti-Ettenhower remarks 
have affected his popularity! Learn about 
the remark McKay once made over the 
radio that Morse has never forgiven? And 
what de the polls show about McKay's 
chances to beat Morse? 

Be sure to get your copy of this week's 
Post and read: 


GRUDGE FIGHT IN OREGON 
In all 7 


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Sem sanuslly Dennis i 
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THE WASHINGTON oye: TIMES HERALD , _ 2 Board Awards $1.9 Million Contract |Gen. Wensinger To Retire Today 


Maj. Gen. Walter W. Wen- gree from the University of 


3 «For Junior High School in Roekville (ees  eoin ein he tiarnes tad ese com 
Rockville to Get Hage“? lle 


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after 39 years of service. 


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Montgomery County aally estimated construction lay start of the project for two Gen. Wensinger, who reside 


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vely award- ost of $1,935,900, so the Board months. The school must be “'" B48 Wife at the Marine CABBAGE JUICE 
romtract last .. Barracks at 8th and I sts. se., 


Pinin wi* ll) ask for an _ additional started now, it is estimated, if ’ ‘uo ese ( 
arian is holder of the Navy TOSS, E sise. Carret and Celery Julte 


7 * = — " veer St — 296 000 next yea to rovide it is to be ready by Se tembe , ; 
, ot r Jun High School > or P Ey rape e4 3 ) 
i Ou sins Pro} ect . lee “ +h Rockvill furniture and equipment. Tota! 1957. Furthermore, Rhees said. of de tae a einen ak ae poe Ales weheeon R wt t 
om The contract mt the. appropriation eter building costs will be 2 per cent He is . native of Defiance. VITA FOOD STORE 
nena tris? inet , riginailvy 32 ; 

al a 7 — < _ ol e hn Se ~ ee higher 2 months from now Ohio. After taking a law de-§ 519 'ith St. MW. RE. 7-1212 
nis irented perinienion to\t> solute Geatbentiel to ode és " “dt is sublect to notifi- vised the Board to award the rhe Board also approved pre 
he Rockville Housing Authori- mercial almost 35 acres on both ‘ * ration t inty Manager M. L, mtract at the higher figure liminary plans for additions to 
y last night to construct a 75- sides of U. S. route 240 at Old mer: he’said, a gatecery of sherwood Elementary School, 
| : | : at OF | , +t ' 1s to cut the cost would de-/Eastern Junior High School 
Ie Seheetk teiimene neustnn|Giiitnaiverih diab esmeetin =e 7 and Polesville High School 
eject in thd town's Linceln| He seid he wante to bunal FN “4 ; ‘3 eens Approval of the last was given 
Park section a shopping center. The tract | ; cielies Bea ee 


7 > : 7 : on . 
Council assent was required is about two miles from the : Fairfax Voters’ Forum Organized Sheldon, Board of Education 
cause the ject will be 2©W Atomic Energy Commis ; . Supervisor of Construction, on 
———— —— wo wom Lom Senodien | pow x. : , cutting costs, because of 
sion headquarters under con Cooking Mayor Ts _ “sete cltin . an .. Cutting of a , ‘ 
' . . - - Two Fairfax County citizens’ gather to speak. Other officer tight budget for that school. Direct Commuter S rvice 


xem pt from Coun ‘ reai truction at Ger 
sirucvion at Lermantown , . : r 
State taxes. Rockville already {nanother rezoning request,) Properly attired in a cosk’s SToups agreed last night to or-George Yerby of Alexandria, wil 
has approved the slum-clear- Rockville lawyer Harper M. hat, Mayer Geerge 3. O'Ware gemite 2 Fairfax Voters Forum vice chairman; Dan Schimmel . x 
® project Smith urged the Council to of Hyatteville prepares 2 des to consolidate and coordinate of Falls Church, secretary; Ray »} Daily Flights 


77 


e oe will ow the zone yn? ay ee sert (italien rebagliene) free = sublic meetings of political can. L. Wood of Groveton, treasurer. 
ount 0 per cent of its rent use in order to attract tex " F 
efpis after utility costs, in producing plants to the County | St Jerome's Cesk Beek. The g:ctates ip Nagoem Recent sey me Roanoke, Va 
: LLel ai it' . Mi > : . . su " . 
af taxes He represented Dr. Joseph book. compiled frem (avernte The Federation of Citizens Falis Church, publicity chair- ’ - 
» A move to amend the ree- A Stimek VV oodro W. Neal recipes of partsioeme-s of the Associations and the League of ™@™- J 
ent so that the ithority and Ola T. Neal who want Myatieville church =i be Sites Cahetn tential the toe / | i nchb Vv 
sould build anywhere in ck- their 19% acres, on Southlawn eos sale duriesg the rch ~~ = ~=Ssr _ . aevesenement ) yY wrg, a. 
wille was defeated four to two Lane north of Rockville and geir The fair will be betg -27OUP and elected ap executive 
by the Council adjoining a County dump, re through Ame. 11 at 434 ang "Ord with Mrs. Albert Farwell Do FALSE TEETH 
In a later hearing. the Coun- zoned from residential te in ” Wieor » & Mr = . OGertess, safe, ready te ee | 
‘ : a> s. Rraticcite f Viemma, as chairman. Mrs : 
Reem tn Ores roamast foriGuaitel Gallaun sts. A . a ee Rock, Slide or Slip? whole col. | Colll District 7-1800 or Your Travel 
oie ' — Parwell aso is presigent of the : 
weroning in the Upper Coufity rhe Upper Montgomery . PASTEETH, an tmproved powder to ; Acent For R : 
- ° :, Reaé- or Reservations, information 
J ifice deciding last y oO v4 : ountyv Plann ng [ ImmMission 7 s . ™ » _“2r rr Se ~ ay aie deen o — Diates, ' tn g 7 
the 1 ediiee gare a holds f th more firm 
postpone all zoning action in and the Mayor and Council of “SS ©6G SWS SoGies recom Mrs. Farwell said the forum po not siide slip or rook No wenn 
he areas of relocated Govern- Rockville. recommended ap ™enGed cenis "ould organize “candidates goory. pasty taste or feeling. FAS. 
ett Does 


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mt agencies untill planning prov al of the request although No action was taken o- 2% P a Weir! ai candi Sas aaae Gunes olen oie (den- 49¢ 9Be¢. $} 69 
rveys are made the professional planning ad- of the rezoning requests es fer 2 specific office would ture breath). Get PASTERTH os any 
> David T. Cavanaugh. a prop @rug counter oa vy 


a _— — ee —= ~ a 


ee ae ee ee ene ey, 


‘\ rlington’s 
Bond Election 
v. gain in Court 


A pair of taxpayers yester 
y asked the Arlington Circuit 
€eurt again to void a bond 
tion held June 5 for school 
@ courthouse constr 
he pair, Attorney 
Burdette Jr. and 
Z. Rathbone. former 
thé Arlington Chapt: 
Wefenders of State Sovereignts 
ang individual Lit 
the issuance of a | 
the County backing the 
million bond proposal 
begal 
4 similar 
Burdette and 
frown out of cour 
Mality earlicr 
Judge Walter 
decision has been ay 
tie State Supreme Court 
ppeals 
Before the suit is heard. how 
ever. a court order will be 
meeced to amend the plead 
Burdette filed yesterday. . 
An apparent typographical 
ror names the date when the 
gance and sale of the bonds 
authorized by the County 
rad as July 21. 1955. rather 
man July 21, 1956. Court at. 
©s said a Cireulit Court 
Seige will have to sign an order 
Bthorizing correction. 


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Alcoho] Institute 


Open Today 


=enmee first of a planned annua! 
me@erican Institute of Scientific 
fies for the Prevention of 
holism will open today at 
rican University 
mane two-week institute wil 
Seure lectures on the effects 
leohol on the physical. men- 
and moral powers, and on 
Social, economic, religious 
™ political life of the com- 
memity. Some 5) educators, so- 
mei workers 2nd clergymen 
the United States. Canada’ 
inree overseas countries 
participating 


a 


anning Commission 
ts Meeting Tonight 


ai Park and Planning Com 
ymaumgsion wii! hold a public meet 


yy its Silver Soring office 
t ociock to hear citizens’ 


mggestions for changes in Sil 
er Spring zoning and street 
pans 
—Recommendations made at 
session will be considered 
© commission in drafting 
wised street and zorring plans 
the Silver Spring business 


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Mantle Homers Twice, Yanks Crush Indians; 
Braves Beat Dodgers Seventh Straight Time 


This ‘Mathews, De Washing . - Mickey's 
Morning... “4 ports ' Total34 
With Shirley 5 | Adcock Hit Bs TUESDAY, JULY 81, 1956 is | With First ; 


BROOKLYN, July 30—This evening it was the H R nl 
Dodgers getting the first crack at the National | ome uns Grand Slam: 
League's Big Quéstion: Will anybody stop the Mil- ' , 
waukee Braves? It has reaghed the isolation-booth By Shirley Povich 
Stage. The current four-game series between the Stef Reserter 
Dodgers and the Braves is for the big chips. BROOKLYN, July 30—The 

As the Dodgers hauled off for their Milwaukee Braves’ bully boys, 
big effort, they weren't even second Ed Mathews, Hank Aaron and 
to the Braves. They are third, a Joe Adcock, deflated the chal- 
Same and a half behind Cincinnati lenge of the Brooklyn Dodgers 
and four games to the rear of Mil- tonight with a home-+run bar- 
Watkee. But there was a well-ex- rage that sent the third-place 
pressed reason by an uninvolved NL Dodgers reeling five games 
manager for preferring to think that "back of the lead. 

Brooklyn, not Cincinnati, posed the Before a madly - pleading 
greater threat to the Braves crowd of 24,744 of their fans, 

“As between the two clubs, you the Dodgers were outmuscied 
have. to like the Dodgers, not the iby the league leaders and beat- 


the Cleveland Indians 134 ts 
night. 3 

Whitey Ford allowed eight 
hits and struck out 10, 
weakened in the ninth 
needed help from Tom M 
for the fimal out. 

Mantlies two homers—his 
33d and 34th of the season— 
put him one game anead of 
Babe Ruth's pace when he hit 
6) m 1927. 

His grand slam homer. the 
fifth of his career. came in 


Réds.” this fellow said today. “Every- — 
body likes the Reds’ power, and the Series of Week second inning off the I “ 
Reds’ infield, but in a race like this . veteran righ th ander, 

you don't bet everything on the fig- Povich siege waa Lemon. The Yanks sc 
ures. The Dodgers have the most old : en, 8 to 6 The Dodgers ceed runs Se 


I wish I amassed five of their runs in 


pros. They've been in these tight races before: : 
a toolittie, toolate surge in 


could say the same thing about the Reds.” 

The Dodgers’ old pros have, indeed, been a gprightly the last two innings. — ) 
group lately. They've gained ground on a siiwonlill team The Braves, beating the 
that won 11 of its last 15 games. They did it with an eight- Dodgers for the 10th time in 


game winning streak in which Duke Snider and Carl Furillo 15 games this season, were also md eels hos bie , 
making it seven In a row over homers 


and Roy Campanella came to life along with the Brooklyn wile . = 
Brooklyn. Along the way, they a i “a ~% runs, his high for a single game 


another one over the right 
fénce off Bob Feller, scoring 
Billy Martin 


pitching that produced seven complete games 
bie destroyed the beast of Brook- ) ag this year 

CAMPANELLA IS STILL showing only a disgraceful .227 lyn pitcher Don Craig, who was — — — — — cation - @4 =a 
batting average, but no Brooklyn fan is unhappy at the way unbeaten in ten straight games ~ - ee at 6 i $7 
the veteran catcher is belting the ball of late. He has been ** Ebbets Field : = eit. 2 
getting big hits for the last two weeks, even though his Six in Rew for Buhl + pee Phi fkem, i 
averaze hasn't climbed spectacularly. There were some interesting CROWDED RIVER—White River becomes crew ded at mid- ; i 4 Colawite. rf : : 

It was Birdie Tebbetts who first sounded the end of marginal statistics at the end stream, turning point in a regatta beld af Ind@ienapelix, 3 06 6 Corsauelse : 
Campanella’s batting slump. At Ebbetts Field last week, the of the night. Bob Buhl, for i> Ind. D466-H, piloted br Eddie Tem Fert Warne. scocts 7. ; : 
Reds’ manager watched Campy taking batting practice and oe ano 4 po my De Saket. ~ Gy Mt SR Be Ps eS re ove: ' 

sireew 7353 


murmured “I don’t like the way Campanella is swinging.” . 
’ rear, although he needed heip . 
It was a curious observation inasmuch as Campy had just os Ernie 1 eth before we (Inev Takes Big Man Net Hitting Phils Swee 
belted two batting-practice homers into the seats finish. Pp Tetels S605 TTT Totals 35 69045 


"} 8al on j s sw ” . Ad x tained . 5 . = ~ st 
I said I don't like the way he's swinging,” Tebbetts said as enhoate indaien, ienaaal Fifth in Row Sievers Sall Problem C" | - i. 4-2. ie ae +f am 


‘He's swinging too darn good, as far as I'm concerned. He's Brooklyn pitching by hitting at 


a gh paige elo Peg mg the clube” mane pratima oto "And From Pirates A N M ~ e _~ th - *~ Bee 
: ny | , th aie ; s ats eet Chisox = 4. Cal : 
mer Paes yas. Mastie 3. 
> 
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The Dodgers’ recent surge is not bad news to the rest of the Dodgers stretched to eight 


the league. however. It has tightened up and given new im- straight the games in which , ql Sr. . 
portance to a pennant race which Milwaukee was threaten. they homered at least once Hg nmin wine ghee so Sy Bob PHILADELPHIA. July 3 © Fors. a Maste 
ing to empty of all interest. The Dodgers put on their Before he wavered and had sd eae ediegs com jum Geena The Philadelphia Phillies, be jh Sire 


to be removed, the fast-balling nilecte a7 
winning streak at a time when the Braves began to stumble Buh! was making a mess of the ” song sae | » Bo hoot CHICAGO, July 30—The Nats enjored a fall dar of rest 
® bit, and all of a sudden it’s a scramble once more Dodgers in the first seven in- << today as they prepared te terkie the Chirage White Sex who 

—————- nings, allowing them only four ™85t, whipping the skidding inemseives are hanging om for dear life after having lost 
hits and a single run. Going Pir--cs 42 to keep within 2 of their last 22 games 


IT WAS JUST A COUPLE of weeks ago that the Braves |! . _ 
into the eighth, he had a 7-1 games of first place Milwaukee. Manager Chuck Dresses bas his own troubles and & 


left the Dodgers for dead in Milwaukee. Brooklyn sallied lead ~Y —. | 
into the Braves’ home town and was flattened in four straight The Braves’ power boys a> GurrBell, a former Pirate, Mood to sympathize = ee cise He got an encourage Cubs at Con- 
games. That made it nine out of 14 for Milwaukee in its sembled nine hits all told. bat 722 te thorn im the Pirate job trem Dean on |) =e Haddix won . 
htad4o-head battles with Brooklyn, and one thing the Braves they didn’t trifle much with side. With mates on secOnd and Sunday against Detroit be ) the second game 42 after 
apparently had proved was that they could beat the Dodgers. ‘Singles. They - three of those. third and two out in the thira, “*Te Wete other shadows cast JO edits carned ia aath 
Unable to draw away, however, they now have to prove it all Ut also got three doubles and 1... » sinking Jow liner to °" Bi | ceraight win aad his bi 
three home runs. ; The big problem has been hinth ef, 
over again | Adcock set up the Braves’ Tight field. Outfielder Bob : AMERICAN LEAGUE the stasom against three de 
It'was the Dodgers’ guys with the bats, Snider, Furillo, first run with a double off the Clemente missed a shoestri Roy Sievers who is m@ ope of . ca == wih 2 job that 
: ng Ss the 17 ~_ Pee ; 
Amoros, Campanciia, Randy Jackson and Pewee Reese who left field wall in the second i®'catch and Bell got credit for his wart slumps. Ii New Werk cs =» a oe om” Gani Dr. . 
launched them on their current come-back. In their last few |"ing, and Thomson singled him , goubie as both runs scored. games since’ the midccascn Cleveiend s 2 ss semsatocal y rece 
| home. In the next inning, the opened the geme with a single 
gamés, however, most of them have cooled off, but the Braves scored in simpler fasb- The Redlegs went to work interruption of the All-Star SS 43 SU isu 20d was erased stealing Had- 
pitchers stepped into the breach in heroic fashion. The same ion Mathews simply lined ene ey Kdog a Game, Sievers had batted caly 8 46 St tem & Petived the next @ batters 
thing happened for Manager Walt Alston last midseason into the left field seats oe eee 140. Hes drives & rens & m order 
. Kluszewski singled te right to Detues: + & ABS — 
when a rookie pair, Roger Craig and Don Bessefit, bailed In the fourth, the Dodgers ) : three games—eight ruts Came’ 
out his sagging team cut the Milwaukee lead to 2-1 °P*" the second inning in all—end im the lest 16 +, Baltmere “a 3s 230 eed , onary s 
it on a double by Furillo and a e@* tt second on a single by eur WASHOCIO“N 3 &@ 255 of cate a6 +*: 
The five-man pitching wheel of the Braves has been the - _ Bell. Both men advanced gs banged home only iT mates = iat m 3146 
single by Amoros, but that was Others Nke Clim Courtesy. Raeees Cr 3 Gt 334 32% > Sisiteem. 3: 
envy of every other manager in the league with none able to stand as their only run of >™0*Y Burgess grounded out Ed FiteGerald I Rerberet ———= $12) Ress $335 
to thrust forward such potent arms as those of Bob Buhl, the first seven innings Jabbo Jablonski then singled r : Pete Runnels and iva 4ii¢ ae ; +3 
) . . sharply to left and the Rediegs 2°™ Lemon. a 66888 “ $33 
Warren Spahn, Gene Conley, Lou Burdette and Ray Crone Eddie Yost have the Maeel> 466 ; 
Craig Grows Lazy had a two-run lead. . packed up Leeceme $8 | ; saneki2> 8 6 $3 
It has been Buhl, particularly, who annihilated the Dodgers é‘ slack. = 5: : - $7 
€ th Craig walked Mathews with The only Pirate scoring came “But Sievers — Mere 3 se 
with his five victories over them this season, all of them ity out in the fifth. then let in the fifth on Frank Thomas’ . is my big . = tt: 
at the expense of Carl Erskine ‘him steal second unmolested triple, a bloop single by Jack — Drewes sags i . ) Tete S5Ste me Teme Bh 88T 
on a lazy windup. Aaron Shepard, a walk and Bill Vir- ben be's hitting, e's a belp "se = 


TONIGHT, ALSTON was attempting to concoct an anti- ‘Simgied Mathews home, rode|don's single. wd. ag caretal exh = 
dote for Buhl. H fronted h b home leisurely himself on Ad- C#™ct¥~ati PITTsSt gos P have to be a eh ae 
e for Buhl. He confron im with the Dodgers’ own AB , as him and make mistakes agaimsi co = ; mad — 


: ' . cock’s tremendous blast gles 394 : see 
special guy, Don Craig. Craig's charm is that he haS won the leftfield upper anak aap hore = rf $9 a § Cotes st sai3 the other guys.” ew 6 eee 
10 games at Ebbetts Field this season, and no team has That made it 5-1 and in the bas ani tb $183 roa as ie¢i3 Moone feels his slump more 
beaten him here seventh Hank Aaron laid one Burpese < : hi 6 ib 2253 keenly than the amishle out- NATIONAL LEAGUE . 
The pitchers of neither club will be looking with enthu- /™ ‘#e aisle upstairs in the left rice Se 8 : 0 Clemente r 423% — = : . Be | wt Pet cs 
siasm to the four-game series. Ebbetts Field can be an aba- comer pevillos Wa Bruton = Acker 5 " $338 — sas : . = 2 _ Mivuiee 33 HH SD 
base and that made it 7-1. Preemane i 600eiCBren 16065875. “Ive changed my stance cues | ST 3 SO 
toir for even the most skillful pitchers. The fences in every Gil Hodges’ double capped esse $2) 2 and have even tried to swing Broeth. Sea ss 
direction are too convenient. It is related that Babe Ruth ‘a three-run Brooklyn rally in aXaran te.» i ¢ © © differently. I find myself D- oe teats “a 2 2s 
the first time he observed the dimensions of the park, re- the seventh that knocked Buhl Bsters > e¢e¢e¢ ting the ball with one hand— iit GH AD 
marked, being golf minded, “This looks like a sporty course.” ory of m3 o _ kept cleaq retas 272710 Temi 26732715 YOU know letting go of the bet Pixtsbergh _ 43 2 ASS Come! 
vi .j. is record of never having com- »-truckget tor im 3. sith my hand while my . Ohh 
It used to be the meee of the Dodgers to get the opposi pleted a game in Ebbetts Field. Ws ped “tor Neraz 7 tz sch left cas _ ; Nebod ay AR = st ss ~ amues a 
tien into Ebbetts Field and beat their brains out with swats Ernie Johnson moved in to ¢ Srrecemet fer Waters ta ch ‘can get power that - eset ——« $ 
es, T , ) _ ae oS er Ee : a YESTERDAYS EESULTS = +s) .. 
off and over the fences. Two will be playing at that game halt the damage then by fan- ———_i °° °«-«°-«+«+«etwswm—_. Getting beck @ Stere & <t 
in this series. The Braves’ Joe Adcock, Eddie Mathews, Hank ‘ning Amoros. The Braves Pitstess  .. G00 O20 698-2 rout be admyted that Dressen ee eee - HE 
Aaron, Bobby Thomson, Del Crandall! and Bill Bruton will ‘Picked up their eighth run in| R—Retisses Kisweeski 2 3° bas gone a long way with the ome ; itis 
be swinging for jackpots, just like the Dodgers. ~ —_ ‘ei emeps F Bet 2 Shevers tall lefthander who showed bril- $34) ee é 
Sis Zz ohnson ran into & tWOTUD) “\insereski Leng ane Coe iet—liamt promise as a rookie i= 27S peeemmm $68 
homer by Peewee Reese with Cucmes > Feupersh 6 38°—~ 1956 and has bogged dows for = , = 
: |two out in Brooklyn's ninth but)scser 3. Freeman 3. Peoper 1 Bs- the past two seasons. etet tts BIS 
Sullivan Solved Orioles B t a moment later he got rid oft, “preesas 3 ix 4% Peper $3 ©6Stone had pitched only one =P. | 
: ' ca oo oe a wy 4 ae heker 3-3 Ps per 43 Scans 64 meg te game in 13 starts be se a 
rer, tho ’ : ; wert fore tamed the Tigers with 4 A 
Trucks Wins | A. in Tenth _ |i sist ot there thee silwae- Pare, Seer HEME Sak ge gee pee, sate ae Se iain. Ri 
A’sin tenth kee homers were still ringing in *-*~ *~**™™ See SARE, i, : — > 


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Three-Hitter KANSAS CITY, July"30 & noha le BROOKLY Seeks Most Valuable Player Award ec ere 


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DE TROIT, July 30 #—Vir- homer broke a 3-3 tie and gave he : : : 4 eee of tee. 5 © 4 im 9s: 
gil Trucks threw a three-hitter the Baltimore Orioles a 43 vies 134 $num 132° | Braves Hank Aaron Hopes to Win Batting | 
at the Boston Red Sox today tory over the cellar-dwellling a " $i : 9 Amores \f 448 ri a * > 
and the Detroit Tigers whip- Kansas City Athletics tonight. to Oe $88 bree eee Cham nshi and Play in W orld Series D. i Printers 
ped tal] Frank Sullivan for the The Athletics threatened in Sons 43 ei. pees 2 oes po p . 
rst time in han two sea- ; ‘ ; ves 7 : 
fir ioe more than two ie seth. Enos Sivaghter dco B Walker pies BROOKLYN, July 30 @—Henry Aaron, | lyn “He knows he can Go & and be doesn't Lose in Tenth ) 
: ~ a ’ ho out and Simpson followed with Tt “3492710 Totals 25828719 WhO once uttered the classic query, “Who's press. He's relaued_ confident and soccessfal™ 
The 3° year-old Trucks who 0M : _ ~~ | g-—-Walked for Craig ip Sth. | he?” when told that Ford Frick had fined Haney. who Gelights ic beving Hack oo : . 
. | SRE RINE a line drive which Willie Mi- truck out fer buck in 7th ' ' : CENCINNATI. Juy BB @ 
had pitc ed only two complete - a fer Lammas in Oth him $25, has three high ambitions for a fel- his side after suffering through the ii out . 
,. randa snared in the webbing of $—?ns'*¢ ‘ct tenmas & Zed Defending champion New York 
games th.s season, had to battle ,, : _@—Ran for Walker in Sh | jow who has been in felder's demage while be managed Picts ) 
| his glove with a leaping catch. jdiwackes #il 6 31-5 professional baseball pushed over 2 run in the last. 
wildness in the early and late... sors insinal Brooklyn eee 100 os2—< PP burgh. of the minth today to defeat 
| . S CITY — - Only four years - hem with felow:s Lbke Mickey Man , 
stages but the only run h€ Per wins cecd8 9% ropensn “2594 altace Gulamt Nese. Pellet) And ote isnt. to i oan Oe =; Washington, 32. in the opening 
mitted was Mickey Vernon's pry*te" .. 2°99 Sausnrrt 510 bif— Amores BI—-Thompson. Mathess. know better the com- te, Ted Wiliams, Wille a. a round of the 424 Union Print- 
ith home run KelSs $919 primis ce $4 3d: Modsee 2. Reese 2 2B—Adcork, Purilic, [ Sheciess Jee Jochzen, Bate MaES ors baseball tournament. 
Niemenif 22 6 Simpeon.rt 522¢@ ees 2 missioner 0 the like that. Maybe be may become the greet ; 
BOSTON, DETROM os Trdos.ib-< $691 oe” 23s Adcock, Aaron Reese. & pews 8 game, although the est.” Cumnset, Bete end Cab 
HO R ; : Garaner.2> 421 72 j > > Brut Bahl. — ee " : : 
Risuedb 4123 pBrideetss 66 ‘ f Spm $288 Demeia 40137 Brooklra 6 BB Bunt 6 rag -| wey be's going that Aaron believes the secret of his suceess is ao ae ——— pen gare 
Lliamsif 3 0 org om.ib 3380 Mirendass 3 1 4 8 Surmetté.r 200 1 Roebuck 1. : ; certainly will come his abilrty te keep from worrymg ‘even about tour- 
Vernon.1> 3; Mazwellf 4i 4 Moore p 316 {| German.p 206 3 Jonnson - ‘ope Roebuck 3 Lehmas about. “pas - ftamen’ Washington plays Cin- 
nm AE SBR Oe Se 5 § Wighto 00006 3. BO—Bzhi 6. 7 2-3. Creis s = who ss currently filbeg the commismesers 
Daley < « Oso Mouse $516¢n 1836 icnma i in 2 R-ER—Bubl 4-4. Cros, 1D@ 22 year-old chair), And be has a good dlustratics of ms "@52U tomorrow morning 
addin od Li i gmat $3209 Pornieeen 6 3° |$-§. Johnsen 2-2. Roebuck 2-2, Uchmes, cleanup man for the point. . Muddy Gelds delaged the 
ure. 900 Truckee 301 ry : e i : “be tournament 
urd.p P20 o Truckep 301 3 vetels. 26103019 Totals 38 9 20 16! Grane 19-6: Gone i, Secory. |  cmetoag vag Fhe hs, “Take See. oe ee batiag an . r. .— one game— 
Ke! 660 ' ; ; , “en - said. “The pitcher gut enly a ball I've Cn.caao victory over Bos 
Opt! totals 23 1278 brig out for Buveriak tm Mim. onal League a bat So the percentage iz weapons is ie “O0—went enly seven innings ‘ 
sale ov co sxe, for Mura so 7h RALEMOBRY —-- $8 HBP 898 i=] Mise America Denies | smplonship, | play faver of me sod tit tor felow wah the bali Sere, Bad ‘n be called on 
eWalked for Kiely in 9th A ' ; , =. aia 
> eam = die Gas Seok Sxitay, Robinson. Be tances, Dekdnes- She'll Wed DiMaggio and be voted his Aeven | Hamey points te Aaron's “aleest perfect = und 
Detret ! "| oo6 120 Ois—4 LL RBL—Nieman. Smith, Moore 2. . | Jeague’s most valu- timing” as his chief od _ Cimemmnati edged St. 
Me ee Boone, | House. will ™~ : t es NEW YORK, July 30 #—Lee able player. “He deesut hit until the last shut out 
ing. Mgus Sma... ovate HR—Ver- Gardner e tierdner, Miranda sed Ann ~* : vether, Miss America . Quite an order for any athiete. But for split second” pets plenty St. Louis 
: ssa" tne EO Chases, Se a - And. | of word on the ball oil the time and Be ants | fog t= 
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y? \Of Le Baron Not Quarterbacking Redskins By Walter Haight 


CHICAGO, July 30—Nobody will be accusing ‘the 
staid old Washington club of making a circus out of ‘the On Pith Hole By Jack Walsh better before embarking on his trip by train. THE JOCKEYS’ Hall of Fame nominations have been re- 
and old game of baseball. And vet, to bolster falin p Soff Reperter “Coach Kuharich just told me by phone that vealed and my picks for installation are Johnny Longden and 


ttendance, the Nats will hold a “Pot O'Gald” night on BEFORE LEAVING yesterday afternoon to ‘Sere 5 no torn cartilage in LeBaron’s knee Isaac Murphy. The Pimlico celebrity group was conceived 
and we dont believe an operation will be with the aim of doing honor to the timmy athietes im one of 


ug. 11 when they play the Red Sox at Griffith Sta¢ium He gee Acme spy joim the Redsjins in Los Angeies, President necessary. But Joe also said we won't know sports most dangerous games 
It was for such stunts as these that Bill Veeck was pilintie#i Ok. " oO George Marshall said it ail- the full extent of the injury until about A<« : bserved wh h 
, Ze Joie Redman cam ‘a ' - AS somecone ouse©ry wien cham § 
while he was in the American League - “ I don't want to even think about EddieLe Wednesday. , 
<eet the quaiifying medal in . pion George (the Iceman) Woolf, al 
“Harrumph.” said the oosdheck Ge Nene nak at te Baron not parins EEE iw. ready honored, was killed in a spill 
“ruining the grand old game the ik ae Stee Gel As quarterback io the — MORE THAN ANY other pro quarterback, jn 1946... “If it could happen to 
Making 2 farce out_of the grand «iid fecatiom sumer champurship Redskins etther this . LeBaron must have perfect mobility. His Georgie, it can happen to any of 
game” wteniag at Kenwood Golf Year or for years to Se ability to pivot and give the slip to the huge | them. There are no neutral corners 
m ic ry +, Come ~ de onrushing linemen is the thing that has him = | - 
with the pay checks edi ee ae iat > Setter Marshatt MME SL | boreecing oo greatness, At STs ond ios | "ou rma aR 
steadily for clubs wisifing Wading - Bam spe was te <p it. nor anyone else bas , — pounds, the Little Baron needs all the nimble- riders going, however. is a remark- 
ton, the other American League own ue EFgeareit Anacostia to a aapang — — — | Bess two good knees give him. able sense of humor that often bor- 
ers probably are silently applauting att Scitusi youngster, who tea on este thn ; a _ Overlooked in the excitement over his in- ders on the cynical as the little men 
the extracurricular activities aches. “med thie golf at the For: ars a pn amr —_ ss jury is LeBaron’s — 4 team ~ . keep mixing popping leather. metal- 
Dugent: srunicipal course. fasi- _ adie di - . San punter. Last year. without getting a kic shod hooves and breakn 
uled at Griffith Stadium im the Guttwwe. Cedi = tines cur 7 to “e@founds the proex- Be blocked, he booted 62 times for a 416-yard | srier dav , eakneck@peed day 
The grand old game és fine when 2 ice Jutinmy Grubs of Manor 2° 5¥ éving the big Ty me average. This put him fourth in the league Typical was the time. that Henk 
franchise is profitatie, but when the cum, a ) .. Ee and. among others, he outpunted Cleveland's Moreno received a two-page telegram 
cash customers stay away, then ane Mistlher diam plier the medal The Unessiness in = specialist Horace Gillom. They didn’t run of iestractions en how t ride . 
thing which will bring them beck & ST ceet week WGA officiels a ag camp <= * back LeBaron’s punts too often either. 6340-1 chet ine sfstees race. the heres 
considered within the framework qf “#@et the youngsters request oe Nema ; eo 1 cy Marshall said if he had to look - ran for Hank a half mile and ‘the foided u Wh 
dignit; ’ am engage ip 2 quick-death - Al on the @ site the tcom's performance owner saw Moreno later he naively mined ot t had hecaenet 
yi would automatically depend upon the per- | “"*™** ' - : » Ae wna 
era “dignity” is a malleable word. 4The haschall peaogile scrimmage Saturday quickly spread to Wash- | formance of Al Dorow, and Rookies Don Bai- | _ “thing happened. snapped Moreno. “I just ran out of 
Bend it into any shape that fits their needs. Basehalll is grt Wieers Birdie an Ith a ae Marshall was notified imme | ley and Freddy Wyant. "aeons at the pe — 
: v phone ommenting on a trainer's ~~ ——_— 
Sing to be a right proper game, Tl) heave you know. The Tie GiGi Bedinman fad ~~"? — aban + os : 
Dnsined-pants and witsceller sct divendy ts im cummed af MAU ff 2D and 3K, wiaten o ‘ Marshall confessed sleep didn't come easily HE MUSED: “If Dorow knew he had to step | biting criticism of one of his eczaN Bown 
Witte Sransitess EPiat Sirti putt am the Isth) ~“UTSSy Might “I was doing a lot of think- in, he might do a heckuva job. The best game | Tides, another jock noted: ne “ ENTRIES 
7 = queer tat woulli fave eaved = 3© se he ever gave us was that last two years ago Fe a binoculars vtiee er- aaa enmm aun myn 
we ag em the teouliie of ging the a. when Jack Scarbath was burt and Al knew he u can ste Me Changing sas can CS: _ 
ANYWAY, IT’S SOMETIMES amusing to see how cusioms caters oew oles io he us MOST OBSERVERS feel that wrhout Le was the only quarterback we had. He threw ™y mind going down the 
schange when the buck is involved. The jate Clark Goifith amu gieaoft a meg be Redskins easily for four touchdowns and turned in a big- owe . 4 
’ : S ho muttered protests against brvasr Gout, wimer of the Forts “= mMSeives tlimg to stay owt of league performance. ’ is not sad. however 
unt tt 4 >a _- 4 n 2 ( oe = 2 ae Neate iennit ational jumor the Eastern Division cellar. With him. they “Bailey won the East-West outstanding Eddie Arcaro the first con 
' pecs ol ope ae : =— ve = — Diiettictt fourier Gitfe and ead “ould make a fight for the top spot player award over Ralph Guglielmi and temporary jockey elected to 
It was perhaps indelicate to remind Griff that for years ihis er im the NMarvland State Marshall said: “That could be so. Take the looked good in Canada last year. If you no the Hall of Fame. was bx 
@reatest attraction consisted of the comedy team of A) Schactr gudifvine cous fr ‘tite top quarterSack away from any team and . tice. he threw a couple of nice ones in Satur- | sieged by reporters after he eentee Gal ih thee 
ad Nick Altroc k hastussst Cram fier of Cammerre waere + it Ea of those pecking the PS ee “ and Whirlaway hid the rivals : oe euce Ov9e 
= Spee: a oe = mati) poner. was out in Cleveland Browns te be dethroned are predi- nearly everyone else. though, Marshall im the 1941 Preakness "l Mecdow Midas tk 
: = These two wey rp gifted . antomimist: > the greatest I ant tack im M, sinking @ “8O™E their prediction om the absence of had every reason to think this year would be Said Eddie: “Wipe the jam 7 Boe? be Ke 
:#Padition of the court jesters, the circus clowns and the sad. DPfwet wtrtie putt on the last Oto Graham, aren't they” LeBaron’s best. As much as any one man, lit- off my face, boys. I've just § Seem > 
. Feeed, baggy pants exponents of the art like Buster Keston, 7 “In my Deok, there isw't_a quarterback in ‘tle Eddie was the prime reason the Redskins been o picnic.” & +r ws 
Gbarlie Chaplin and Jimmie Save in ‘tte siugof® Seth Redman “e ‘©ague to match LeBarém for intell:gence al their turnabout from 39 in 1954 to 84 And l Hartack describ. L 
and spirnt. m 1955, the best comeback on record in the ing his win over Needles on ~—&F. 


_£ Like Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis of a later era, Altrerk 2" Goub gut hall oe . , , FI Ris ° oo | 

Bod Schacht could make everypne laugh but themachves ae ste Bot 2 Sao a : | Fabius in this year's Preak- recep mace yy ~~ mile (pec 
oh m- : — fer ieee seem Bedinan’s ness, summed it up thusly: *F"..™ ~y=<_ ee 

“He ran like gravy on a new 2 Mare Deree 2 ® cn 


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wag a headline attraction for years 
nmttter but heavy riding athletes that 


goe Engel, who conceived this Pot O'Gold ifea, anil tes —_ — , eat | F's, . ba 
" _ lle, _ + e > > MaiT! Lia? o Jil arms im ico puts in its Jockey . i, . 
pfSeticed it successfully in Chattanooga for many years. use ~ - + , - Pp j S 'j ed le Seeo | R | : = : : : 
mas. Va. mined wa te . Dare . es 
manage the Altrock-Schacht act. Joe tells many stories af lor tihie= wilt Bl Beene: reo Cains Cc i u , ne OuTIC Hall of Fame For Rim EBACE ce 
diffeulties in keeping the two temperamental comedians of Wortert witt Ts an | ry . ARTHUR GODFREY bh (| decker Bere Ot We 
“om k : ther | , REY has | 2 Bemestrecch warey oo 
prop ting cach otis 37 Preseason Games ‘U.S. Tennis iOS Sotias (Sse. S35 
———— , win ef Colum img with the purchase of {ia: Ss: * = 
SeENGEL PERSONALLY will direct the Pot O'Gald nugir . itt TT but re KALAMAZOO, Mich, July Beau Rocks, a 2yearold geld- § 2" 8 = ee 
SA-Griffith Stadium. He's had a lot of experience with his qurc ef op be allowed t olay PHILADELPHIA, July 32 @—National Football League 3 @—Donald Dell, Western ing, from George P Gretn- Joe Eaze «J Meciotrre 
Seiguing gimmick. The idea is that « tub is placed on the Ger the D605 year title instead —— — es - — := apeeeeed a oe including the oe champion from Bethes- _— The youngster is out ,.”""4. “ce Ge — 
*—i@sher's mound and a spectator is invited te carry awey all of the feature? championsiiip : aoeaiaeda ae << ¢ Aug i0 before the regular campaign «i _ oe ey oo Bang ~ pe On the Rocks. : 
~~ ’=—- . , Of course, is a coinci- 
Me :, (2 Commissioner Sert Bell announced that the 12 pro clubs will United States junior tennis’ dence, and by Beau Gem _.. 
If this sounds slightly silly, you've mever seen a man tr ’ piay im @ cities im ZZ states: be championship. Arthur has turned the juve- 


to wrestle a bagful of coins. Those things get migtity hears starting with the A!]-Star Dell, seeded No. 2. trounced nile over to Shirley Pawne 
Arthur Merovick of New York’ who is leadin@\the Charile< 


game 
Enge! used to pull this stunt with a wheelbarrow ané one co ™ oon a et R Wi 
Oeices that the Nats have specified a sack will the Sor ' . > - omans ins reo Town conditioners with 18 
notice used closed, will be sponsored by Rod Laver of Brisbane.sthe winners Payne also has Sun 
Grst Australian entry in the his- pRujer 2nd, Evening Chime 


their particular version on Aug. 11. Perhaps silver @olles ~1 ‘ newspapers and other erganiza- 
ar now lighter, you know—a dollar Gocsnt go as far as it . : rons with most of the proceeds | ro Sweeps tory of the National tennis’ and Gala Dice for Godfres 
going to charibves interested ip championships, avoided elimi- and will begin a aiid of the 


use. to 
Bie core told of 2 lttle guy in Chatteneage whe ingest ome | Sell said that SFL teams AL SUDUFDAM the Junior singles” Maryland minor tracks with 
to be picked as the lucky man The guy was a real henpecked — , ' hal ; ; Tyearcid = ia. 
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. a tom d@ollars m@ the preseasee AL TIMORE w _ haired southpew, was pushed to : _ ta 
support. Engel agreed a oe Se * @-Senrfit games , : wee? July ste: the limit te defeat unranked aoe = ene aabereatt. 
“That little man.” Engel recalled. “was nme bigger then = donwaead < The schedule. (X—indinsws ™ Romans Country Don Brewington of Shawnee, angle to an Po aay = 
: he e? ‘ 6 ao 6 6 n ‘to , t? 
idget's Bermuda shorts. ] had a whole pile of silver dallas ass (ss es ane, ae Holmberg = x!) horse Riley in tan Setur. 
: og 4 » Cireeion by te on Holm rooklyn ~~ _ : r 
eee o by two strokes with a 68 today rg. © yB. day's Dwyer Stal which 


at my ground crew had shoveled iife a Wig ih on The Colleges i Stars. Cherece: | i5— SecA . © . « 
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ound. f figured we were going to get away lucky because heal . - = at Suburban Country Club to iets Chin tach chen Cieconten was overlooked by the writ 
‘at little man couldn't carry away the change from a nickel “@: SS SF on oe Tanks Gee ns Se he pro suuapetsaas in the in the junior division, had no +n Back in 1890, Isaac 
# ieast, it looked like that to me. : ro ~ ! . pat annual Middle Atlantic PGA- trouble eliminating Ronnie An- ™“"'phy rode a thoroughbred 
. << 1s, ars, toat- Federal Golf Tournament. glemeyer of Winfield, Kan., 6— a a to victory in the 
Bw ie thic it ‘ , : a See ; I, 6—1. entucky Derby ... It's pos- 
BWwell = or little man filled the wheelbarros to the brim Pram es «=Romans end Jerry Smith of Donald Ralph of Bethesda ‘ible the tagging of Riley 
Sn@ started to haul it away. His wife said: ‘Youre nat going : slipped by the Jockey Club 
#0 @ave all that good money there, are you, Henry” . > . ; which, through the ofrsicht. 
“So poor Henry put another shovelful on. ‘Come on,” welled , with 2 best-ball in the opening round in junior Tan the risk of having two 
his wife. ‘Don't forget them bills we have te pay” Se Henry . ' play Kentucky Derby winners with 
Stuck another bunch of dollars on - Ptccersh. Ch » . ge ert mR. leading players, Norm “a same name. As far as I 
“ ; : aero . urdock. Perry, Los Angeies; James Know, Belmont'’s Coaching 
os : rte ; —s Wectet> . 
Now he started to wheel the thing away. 1 figured theé | | : t® post 2 Shaffer. St. Petersburg, Fla; Club Amesican Oaks is the : 
r lift that load. But, do you know, that little man carried gileser. defeated Frances Top ) — « Sheeting tie Bill Gor- John Skogstad. Coral Gables. only stakes race won by two 7 Dee 2 
ut-more money than anybody we ever had in the stunt. 1 92mg. ©-4 G—A yesterday at... , * es Ridge pro and Fla: Alan Roberts, Brooklyn: horses with the same name —- 
@idn't find out till later that he was a hodcarrier and I wes 7 POfemer and gained the 5 : . Gordon Eddie Sledge, Dallas, Tex.; Joe’ Calumet's Wistful was home —4 —-})' +: ——— 
k ¥ A : » | i ie Womens « _ Deckard, Fort Cowley, Salt Lake City: Roger first he = 7h. —s 
ky he didn't take the stadium , ot 4 ft Goes — ' - id Wer . im the Syearold filly 
SITs GE See aay savern ? ° Donald, Werksman, Los Angeles, and tect in 1949. In 1917 another OCEAN DOWNS RESULTS 


his Pot O'Gold idea may be only the beginning. Alice . cham- “str reat. t. Earl Buchhoiz, St. Louis. Mo_! Wistful was the winner i wile ‘pace 
Engel had a lot more stunts like elephant hunts, auteme =o guondéhps ~~ of gress im also won their first round jun- P : nner. : 
= Ae : eeps, Elmer ior matches. 


s as door prizes and even a house. That's right. the ance . Watiins play unseeded | . 
fe away a fully furnished home complete with garage A. Sieie MeDenalif for the | . 2 Specially invited guest In the boys’ division, Tony 
‘. , “em ath : , rom Ciften Park took net with Thompson of Chevy Chase. 
rhaps the climax of the Nats’ stunts wil] be giving awe Md. was eliminated by Jerry 
tthe-ball club—but then, a lot of people may not consider this Levin, Cincinnati 1—6 
t@ perticular prize. But the Nats should put on some aifie . 6 Oo—4 
-shows to compénsate for the horrible ball club they we ficléed 
‘this year. Maybe some day we can replace the freaks with 
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ment of Willie Pindell. the 
apprentice jockey. I should 
have mentioned Skilly Green 
which I'm glad to do... J. 

| Fred Cowill, new Charles ~ samy soums 4s rae Sw 
, - Hors | Town steward, is a former ~3—: =i acc. oe 3 - 
sor. Obtain e Killed | tenia tenstactans ites a Soap Ring (Sowee) oe ¢S 2 
- - | and won the Marylan unt —— ag 
3 Dale Mitchell In Pileup al Cup three times in a row with ew Preecmer ant a 
AT: sia Is “7 . Sevatet = x : Blockade .. . Speaking of $—I mile (pece;: S500; 2 16" : 
S—f page Onppeses Merice =e BROOKLYN, July 3 >—The Randall Park jumping races, the only hunt 

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~ S - ill Da c SPARES. Somaitinate— : CLEVELAND, July 30 @ Maryland with mutuel bet- % Do a= 
| lever { cis u 1 im ae . Gay bought veteran Dale Mit-4 4yearold race horse was ting is the Foxcatcher show, >) = (ow 
chell from the Cleveland In- kitied today im a freak train- on Sept. 8 and 25 at Fairhill. & . 


2 :™ for am undisc osed amount . 
‘ oble T Picked Zz dians img accident at Randall Park. Md... . Bill Cruse, veteran 
ats r m Cain — 0 arr of cash and a minor league Giyndon Lady. ttained and writer and chartmaker. has 
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@four-hitter in the second game -Wew YORK, July 30 @—Vic SS The Potomac Bost Club of Mitchell, a 3¢yearcld left Ratio’ 5 mn, ima joined the Morning Tels 
; loaner 8=—n handed be 2m «6MiGentifie 2-year-o graph staff at Charlies Town 
ef Sunday's double-header c-icac Ham Richardson Seam" * *~ en, S.C. Senate me img outGelder. was crashed A third horse. Tar ... Al (Columbia Country : 
almost got the club's firs: my Giammaive and Barry Mac: - ~ et sg en tenga er~ sold reserve oo ae Queen, ridden by Jose Cants, Club) Howard and his gang Eaioks Band Sestes L~, 
utout in 98 games this year kay were named today tw the Ohio SLale : cn | ge ow are giving Charles Town and | mile (pace) Se. 2 oo% 
aboar yneceon the nearby Red and Hunt . oi 2 2 
and released. Tar ¢- ios? .. & 
Club at Harpers Ferry the : 


114 games stretching U. S Davis Cup tennis team . “se me 
rough last Sept. 11 when Ted to oppose Mexico im the Amer. Te Last Loans i peice Queen the Zyearcld onceover lightly .. . Gabe 
superficial in-’ Murphy, who went to the 


bernathy blanked these same !¢4" zone finals this eveckentl _— - aim suf! 
The matches will be gilewed Made lo Plavers : : ' 80 juries. Gilyndon Lady won ,- reg ~ 
gers. ; fe at the . Westchester Country “ the current season with a life-two races at the recent Thistle-| my poet ap gy me ay me 
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No major league team in bt (Club, Rye, X.Y. Friis, Set) COLUMNS, Olin, July 38 ; | visitor, Molly Mutuel,  in- 
ever has gone through a urday and Sunday. Offical ap» om Stave fotball coach : 4 formed of the @ 
, icteri mt of the squad was : : presence © 
ason without registering at oie to : way Mg een ete give . - the insurance executive, said, 
ast one shutout and the Nats 5. -nsirman of the Davis Cup wr —~ ~- E Tus roster last | 1 wonder what he'd charge 
uneasy that they may be selection committee. er wh» cereuedt “loans” alades . hon and gy ape — some betting insur- 
t lark. Haase Tom ance’ 
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minated for this dubious dis- a \ J and Phil ¥ ty - 7 
: , ous fourman double blades sex Nancy Eyles Sets Lane of Washington. D. C.. was Shamrock Team Meets 

Washington pitching <x. Ors. - scooter y today in the opening The Shamrock Athletic Club 

. : Hav wor | . nd of t Stat : AthieUe Civ 

aff is peculiar. Only two men, O Hansen -y ~ wag hy whe oo AAU Record ut aa tha Saag woe oggge- Bo unlimited football team wil 

huck Stobbs. who probably U. S. team that afvanced 8 oy, cuntitions ad . yy & : ; hold its first meeting of the 

the zone finals lest wetkenf 5 Tig die lst woullf be om =e. captured the one-man J ° Ol - pionships by Barabara Mueller, & 

. oe simgie ‘blades seniors, repre J UMUOFr ‘ym pics Milwaukee, 6—3, 11—9. gee ae oa 


Hl open the Chicago series with a 43 cictery C - 
: ¥ over Canage geriurths eanticte tt: seeded ‘ancy 
— Top N Richey should call Lou Logan at Harri- 
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d Pedro Ramos have won sg Victoria B.C. . 7 
re than five games. Stebbs Mexico's team. heated oA, a» player would be lwo. drew a first round bye. Last 
as =" 88 mark and Ramos ™°> Playing captam Dro Be wien: pineet Ohi State om 4s. | \ a ty bhmrengnd pene Dea : 
The Nats started this trip by , Este free ing her title because she has Today = Events 
opping four in a row, three ; 
Cleveland and one to Detroit. 
the Griffs rallied to gain 41 
nm break in the Detroit ~~ 
sepies which makes them 25 
om this road tour. 
—Adseady there is a strong 
SG@epicion that Prexy Calvin 
Griffith will do considerable MV astingion Tub. | | + 
unloading this winter and will ®t Chicage, WEBG- - rales old ‘show at Griffith Stadium next 
be shopping around the trade July 160- Monday night. 
f l . . ; : i Antonio Recca and Karl Von 
; Hess are featured on the out- 
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t is the monster flag, which differs from the rampant 
pole-kitty in that it is a green dragon on a 
yellow field, to show all the world that the 
ship has boated something extra big or dif- 


By Don Carpenter . 
ODERN SPORT FISHING boats carry a variety of flags 
They have a cocktail flag, regatta 


But the 


Speaking of monsters, I saw one on the 
Hill at the mouth of Eastern Bay Saturday 
afiernoon while headed for 
grounds. My boat wake disturbed the sleepy 
brute and it dove, but not before I got a 
good look at the large dorsal fin. Sharks up 
to several hundred pounds were caught in 
nets last week near this area 
bad we did not have Bennett A. Rock of 
Baileys Crossroads, Va., along. 


the Wild- 


It was teo 


He is the 


the Wildgrounds near Poplar Island 


a gold mine for fish over the weekend. The Harland D. 


w's FBI party of eight 
ight more than 400 fish 
ere Saturday, including 
efish, trout, hardheads, 
ng William perch, shmoos 

the largest spot I have 
r seen. At the same place 
day night Lou Edelstein 
five friends from Annap- 

made a good catch of 


Oi 

e croakers and spot. Both 

fie the lights of a large 

of fishing boats there 

e the calm waters look 

a city illuminated in the 
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iE SOLOMONS Island 
reports excellent fish- 
The Bobby. skippered 
. Bell, out of Leon 
‘s, recently made a 
including 
trout, 5 kingfish, 20 jumbo 
. 1 flounder and 6 hard- 
s and 450 King William 
h. The lucky fishermen 
Jack and Nancy Cor- 
. Richard. Joan and Eva 
mell, Mary Tarman, 
Garver, and Donnie 


Malls. 
Ocean City, Md., has re- 


Gerded through July 22 a 
Stal of 884 marlin swordfish, 
of which 325 were kept by 

lers and 559 released. In 
woo. 365 were recorded as 
@f the same date’ of which 
308 were released and 167 
kept. Charlie Stout of Balti- 
More was awarded the grand 
Prize o. a silver tray by the 


Ocean City Light Tackle 
Club for releasing the most 
marlin (4) during their tour- 
nament held there July 19-20 


G. N. NEWPORT, 127 Dar- 
rington st. sw. makes bucktail 
trolling lures called, “That's 
It” and Little Bobo.” He, T. 
J. Hearton, Claude Acton and 
Albert Burke angied in the 
14-ft. Newport outboard boat 
on Morgantown bar near Po- 
tomac river bridge and got 76 
rockfish in shallow water at 
noon recently. The next day 


they boated 31 more. It was 
blind trolling with three- 
quarter ounce sinkers and 


line« out 100-reet 

Nearer the mouth of the 
Potomac recently, R. E. Nun- 
gesser caught 22 rock, aver- 
aging between 2 and 2% 
pounds, by bilind-trolling in 
about 20-feet of water at 
Bretons Bay near Blackstone 
Island. He used his 24caret 
gold head and hook No. 3@ 
lure. This, he said, does not 
rust and then spoil the buck- 
tail 

Nungesser says there are 
plenty of small rockfish and 
Dbiuefish at Tall Timber on the 
lower Potomac now, but they 
are too small to bother with 


He thinks the small “snapper” 
blues will be followed by 1-to- 
2-pound choppers. Bob had 
his best luck with rockfish 


by trolling on the slack water 
of either high or low water. 


Navigation Expert Lists Rules 


Take These 


In ‘Peasoup’ 


Precautions 


Weather 


By Peggy Reynolds 


m or the Andrea Doria. 
'-And, more realistically. 


the Chesapeake Bay area is subject to 
ding tropical rainstotms, which also can 


Preduce near-zero visibility. 


=o we decided it would be a good time to 
stm the responsibilities of the pleasure 

in reiation to thick weather. We 
Balled on Lt. Alfred Prunski, U. S. Coast 


iman 


his 

traveled to the helm of his own craft 
called experiences in pea-soup fog, and 
tied a mental course of action for his 

@ext encounter with low visibility 

+ Fortunately, heavy fog is not as prevalent 
re a5 in many coasta! regions. 

get to the occasional thick fogs we do 


imagination also probehiy 
He 


But in ad- 


Reynolds 
eer. a specialist in navigation law, who in 1954 edited and 


sed Farwelil’s Rules of the Nautical Road. 


> LT. PRUNSKI pointed out 
that the laws are very com- 
., involving international 
inland rules and federal 
fegulations, governing sound 


pment for various types 
vessels. In some cases, 
as for the small, un- 
red sailboat, there is 
ees no regulation at all re- 
g to sound equipment. 
—"But.” Lt Prunski com- 
mented, “even though no rule 
may spécify what kind of 
horn or bell to carry on your 
particular vessel. you are 
nevertheless obligated to 
give the proper signals under 
fog conditions. 

“In accidents which result 
in legal action, the courts 
apply common sense to the 
situation. 

“Basically, the ability to see 
and to hear as well as pos- 
sible under given conditions 
should fulfill the lookout ob 
ligation. If you can't do both 
from the helm, you should 
have a crew member sta- 
tioned as a lookout.” 


HERE are the signals you 
must make when navigating 
in thick weather: in inland 
waters: a motorboat under 
way must sound one blast of 
at least 2 seconds’ duration 
every minute: a sailboat must 
sound one biast if on the 
starboard tack, two if on port, 
and three if sailing with the 
wind abaft the beam 

Both motorboats and sail- 
heats at anchor must signa! 
by ringing their ship's bell 
rapidly for a period of 5 sec- 
onds once every minute. 

Of course, Lt. Prunski 
agrees, the best advice to the 


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navigating under conditions 
of poor visibility if at all 
possible. If he is caught out 
in a fog or a storm, he should 
reduce speed, sound the 
proper signal, and stop his 
engines and thereafter navi- 
gate with caution whenever 
he hears the signa! of another 
vessel forward of his beam. 


IF HIS DRAFT makes it 
possible, he should avoid 
main shipping channels. 
Large ships are required by 
to reduce speed in fog, 
but they don't always do so 

temember, your runabout 
or sailboat or small cruiser 
is a mighty small object from 
a steamer deck. Even if the 
crew of a large vessel is alert 
and the ship is proceeding 
with caution, you may be in- 
visible until it is too late 
for the ship to stop or alter 
course. 


NATIONAL YACHT 
Club's Second Summer se 
ries for Potomac River stay- 
at-home sailboat skKippers 
continued Sunday, with the 
fifth race sailed in a moder- 
ate breeze, and the sixth in 
moderate-to-large raindrops. 

Chesapeake Twenties (Both 


races). l. Dick Reynolds, 
Judy Contrary: 2. George 
McKenzie, Yankee. Hamp- 


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McGowan, Jo Blo; 2. George 
Psomos, Diana; 3. A. Stasek, 
Channel Fever. (Second 
)} 1. Channel Fever; 2. Jo 


Lightnings: (First race). 
1. Al Hudson, Country Girl: 
2. Tim Corcoran, Cork; 3 
Lou Borges, Fiying Lady 
(Second race). 1. Country 
Girl; 2. Flying Lady; 3. Cork. 
Dusters: (First race). 1. Moe 
Myers, Cherub; 2. Bob Wein- 
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1. Jack Lynch, Cufasa; 2 
Cherub; 3. Illegit. 


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Small Boat Safety Problems 


Hearings Go on Road 


THE HOUSE Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries Com- 
mittee will continue hearings 
on small-boat problems with 
sessions in Detroit; Aug. 8, 
and Chicago, Aug. 9 and 10. 

The hearings were launched 
here several weeks ago to air 
the pleasure-boat situation in 
this country, with a view to 
providing a revised Federal 
framework of boating laws if 
this is deemed necessary. 


Stiffen Arms, Let Towboat Pull | 


By Frank Dikios 


WATER SKIING. Amer Ghe standing poet a the beat 


ica's newest outdoor ithriil 


Started Ge gall. Seow I was 


sport, first attracted atien vefiing slemg merrily in the 


ion Many 
years ago im 
the French 
Italian 
To 


where weler 
skiing enthvy- 
Siasts do not 
abound Elins 

All you really need, te be- 
come a prefoenmt water skier. 
is a knowledge of swimming 
and fair physical balance. Ip 
snow skiing. i & af tech 
nique in control and manner 
stleopming plus the ability 
to wax your beards prepery 
fer prevailing snow 


necessity to keep the repe 
taut is most essential 


THE SIGHT of @ pereen 


seon discover that = %& guile 
simple although thrilling. 


1 HAVE been inward is 
winter . 
When I 


country, convinced me of ths 
fatt in the Great Seuth Ber 
of Long Iisiend. Se iets ge 
through a guick course woth 

ruce 

First. start on @ry tand 
You sit down on the skis and 
slowly jet the imetructer pull 
you up inte the proper pos 
tien for skiing when youre 
out riding the weaves. Thirty 
minutes of the fundamentals 
and you're ready try the 
real thing. You're pounded 
frequentiy to keep knees 
bent, arms straight and heave 
the weight distributed dirert 
ly over the feet in a halt 
crouch position. If you heve 
any difficulty with skis wob 
bling. they will autematically 
assume a2 straight position 
when the towbest hits 3D 
miles per hour. At the take 
off, keep arms straight and 
let the boat pull you. 


I GRABBED the towbar 
hitched 75 feet te the siers 
of a speedy moterbest and 
gave the driver the signal te 
“push off.” Suddenly the pall 
came fast and steady. I ior 
got to keep the boards 4 to € 
inches apart (any farther and 
the wake will tumble wow 
quickly) and I dunked one 
the refreshing surf. Again 
I donned the rubber harness 
of the 6foot-5-inch lammated 
skis. , 


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fieers of the now famous 
“Chasseurs Alpins” icrack 
mountsin and ski troops) 
were watching some aqua 
planers. One jokingly svuc- 
gecsted- “How about trying 
skijoring behind a motor 


DURING this same pericd 
arent! grous at Juan Lé&s 
Pins “happened” on the same 
new. Headed by Count iaxi- 
milian de Pulaski, this group 
usually aquaplaned daily at 
the famous French resort. 
One afternoon. the Count and 
2 friend were squapiening 
side by side behind a power- 
ful boat when the friend hit a 
wave and was tossed off his 
beard. 

Continuing his run. the 
Count was bothered Oy the 
empty saquapliane bouncing 
close to bir. To avoid being 
hit Gy @. he decided to put 
ene foot on the empty board, 
leaving his ieft leg on his 
own beard. Te bis surprise, 
he aquapianed just as well on 
two boards as on orc. 

Te 1000. the late Fred 
Walker of New York City, 
whe founded Cineram 2, 
beoaght out the first water 
skis im@ this country. Ten 
years later expert skiers from 
Pramece gave daily exhibitions 
at the New York Worlds 
Fair im Flushing Bay. Others. 


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and championships are held 
for sectional, state. national’ 
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throughout the country. Per- 
sons who would like to pro- 
vide testimony may contact 
Mr. John M. Drewry, chief 
counsel! to the Merchant-Ma- 
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AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER 


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TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1956 


Replying to Nasser 


It is important to the success of President 
Nassér’s desperate gamble on the Suez Canal that 
he; appear before world opinion as the underdog. 
Inthe circumstances it ought to be a ¢ardinal 
pringiple of American policy in any response to 
avold being placed in 4 position in which this 
coumtry would appear merely to be defending 
Wésftrn imperialism. There is some danger that 
we shall be backed into such a position if we listen 
to ee being voiced in London and Paris 
for use of force. 


ainly it is the right of Britain to cancel her 
mimtéry aid to Egypt and the step seems fully 
watranted in the circumstances. The British action 
to "Block Egypt's sterling assets in London is of 
more. questionable merit. The meaning of the 
retaliatory Egyptian freeze on foreign currency 
trapsactions is still confused, but no doubt Colonel 
Nagser will contrive to remain the underdog. 

Phere can be no question now that relations with 
Naser have been badly handled, beginning with 
the Communist arms deal which this country had 
reason to know about in advance. Mr. Dulles’ 
ratfier cavalier dismissal of the previous offer of 
help on the Aswan Dam seems to have precipitated 
Colonel Nasser’s fanatical move on the canal. But 
the@lame for this is large enough to go around. 
Th@'yapid souring of British views following the 
ouster of General Glubb from Jordan (and the 
paticky reaction in the banishment of Archbishop 
MaRérios from Cyprus), as well as the growing 
Frénch resentment over Nasser's incitement in 
Algegia and Tunisia, all helped contribute to Mr. 
Dulles’ action. 

What is important now is not to parcel out 
blame but to avoid compounding the mistakes in 
eny joint British-French-American course that may 
be apvisaged. It may be true that it is impossible 
to «fo business with Nasser: but it certainly is 
possible to push him further into the Soviet 
embrace and at the same time make him more 
of ‘es hero of the Arab and neutral worlds. It 
wotad be well not to be overly sanguine about 
the jnitial Soviet refusal of help on the Aswan 
Dam, Nasser’s position as a suppliant when he 
goes-to Moscow next month will be improved by 
the canal nationalization, and the opportunity for a 
gragdiose gesture may be more than the Russians 
caine A situation in which Nasser seemed to 
be standing up against the forces of “imperialism” 
would be a gilt invitation to Russian intervention. 

Thus the first requirement of a realistic approach 
is for the West to keep the issues straight. The 
quéMion of foremost concern is not the nationalli- 


zation of the Suez Canal Co., however annoying 
that may be. The really important issde is a 
guarantee of unrestricted international transit 
through the Suez Canal at reasonablé toll rates. 

There are tangential references to the Suez 
Canal Co. in the Constantinople Convention of 
1888, and the nationalization may be construed as 
violating an international treaty. But the company 
was scheduled to be transferred to Egyptian owner- 
ship free in 1968. It would be difficult to make 
much of a case before world opinion against the 
expropriation of a company that was due to go to 
Egypt in 12 years anyhow. There is always the 
danger that Nasser’s stroke will be viewed else- 
where as a precedent, and the Western countries 
cannot afford to condone it. But the protests ought 
to be focused on such matters as fair compensation, 
just recognition of the Suez Canal Co.'s assets out- 
side Egypt and the determination of the amount of 
awards elsewhere than in an Egyptian court as 
Nasser proposes. 

ees . 

Continued passage rights through the canal for 
vessels of all nations are another and much larger 
question. This is justifiably a matter of broad 
international concern on which the Western powers, 
if they present their case properly, are most likely 
to get the support of other countries such as India. 
It is the possibility of capricious closing of the 
canal, rather than the status of British investment, 
that is the real threat to British and Western 
Strategic interests (and here Nasser’s record in 
respect of the blockade against Israeli shipping is 
not encouraging). There is talk in the London 
discussions of some sort of multi-member inter- 
national board to guarantee free transit in the 
canal. Precisely what form such a guarantee could 
take, and how Nasser’s compliance could be 
assured, are by no means clear; but such a plan 
is a far more constructive response at this point 
than a resort to military force. 

What must be asked of all proposed Western 
countermeasures is whether they are calculated to 
be an effective check on Nasser, and whether they 
will help keep the basic issue clear to the world. 
We must keep in mind that we are confronted 
with a man heady with power whose actions, 
judging from the screed he delivered last week, 
may not be entirely rational and who might not 
hesitate to embark on a military adventure out of 
desperation. The situation calls for care rather 
than chauvinism. In any event, we ought to take 
pains to avoid confusing the nationalization ques- 
tion, on which we are unlikely to win before world 
opinion, with the crucially important issue of free 
transit. 


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Undercutting 


Last October Assistant Secretary of State George 
V. Allen was, dispatched on an urgent mission to 
Cairo to talk with Prime Minister Nasser about the 
Egyptian arms dea! with the Communist bloc. The 
following passage from President Nasser’s speech 
of Yast week’ on the nationalization of the Suez 
Canal may throw some light on the results of Mr. 
All®n's mission: 

After the arms deal was announced, Washing- 
ton sent a representative to Egypt, Mr. George 
Alien. who was transferred to Athens last week. 
Hes came to Egypt with a message from the 
American Government. He was to meet me. I 
found that dispatches from Washington and 
news agencies were reporting: Mr. Alien has a 
warning for Egypt. Mr. Allen carries a threat to 
Egypt. A threat to sever this, that and the other. 

Afterward an American official contacted me 
apd sought a special interview. He said he re- 
gretted very much the status of relations be- 
tween the United States and Egypt. He also 
said: Allen has a strong note from the United 
States Government which might prejudice 
Egyptian nationality and prestige. I assure you 
that this note will have no effect because we shall 
be @ble to remove its effect i. 

hat no practical outcome would ema 
maté from this message end guaranteed this... 

(italics ours). 


Is this a true account of the role of this unnamed 
American official? If it is, who is he? What was 
his responsibility then, and what is his present job? 
Secretary Dulles ought to consider it a first order of 
business to investigate and report on what appears 
to have. been an atrocious piece of diplomatic 
sabotage 


Mr. Stassen’s Crusade 


If the leave of absence granted Harold Stassen 
is not an indirect blessing to his stop-Nixon efforts, 
it certainly does nothing to discourage them. The 
leave of absence, it is true, may be construed as a 
polite device for firing Mr. Stassen. But the news 
eccounts indicate that it was Mr. Stassen who him- 
self asked for the leave on his visit to President 
Eisenhower at Gettysburg yesterday. Moreover, 
Mr. Stassen already had made clear his intention 
“to stay on the team.” What the granting of the 
leave does is set up a technical distinction. It 
permits Mr. Stassen to carry on his activities with- 
out being officially a member of the White House 
family. 

If President Eisenhower had wanted to stop Mr. 
Stassen's politicking, he could have done so merely 
by telling Mr. Stassen that the matter was embar- 
Passing. If he had been angered by Mr. Stassen’s 
activities as a violation of the rule prescribed for 
snembers of the official family, he could have fired 
Mr. Stassen out of hand. He has done neither. 
It is therefore a reasonable assumption that the 
eearch for a more popular vice presidential candi- 
date is not strongly in conflict with the President's 
wishes. 

This is wholly consistent with what Mr. Eisen- 
hower himself has said. He expressed delight when 
Mr. Nixon charted his course behind the Eisen- 
hower ship, but he has been careful not to indorse 
Mr. Nixon as dhe sole acceptable running-mate. 
That line has emanated principally from Repub- 
lican Chairman Leonard Hall. It is something of 
@ truism that vice presidential cantlid&’tes seldom 
add to the strength of a ticket; the objective is 
to prevent them from detracting. Mr. Nixon has 
strong partisans and strong enemies; but his parti- 
gans generally are persons who would vote for a 
Republican ticket anyhow, whereas the enmity and 


guess is that he would not hesitate to take on 
another candidate although he might not intervene 
personally. But the time is very late, and Mr. 
Stassen will have to pull a more durable rabbit 
out of his hat than anything he has produced so far. 


Let Him Go Hunting 


Gen. Joseph Swing’s silence on the blistering 
congressional criticism of his Mexican hunting 
trips is, at least, a refreshing change from the 
conflicting explanations and second thoughts which 
he provided during the recent investigation. But 
it will hardly serve to dispel the serious question 
the House Government Operations Committee 
raised about his fitness to continue as Commissioner 
of Immigration and Naturalization. Nor does the 


‘failure of the Attorney General to follow through 


on his offer to investigate the improper use of 
Government equipment and personnel on these 
excursions bespeak a proper concern by the Ad- 
ministration over the improprijeties which the Mol- 
lohan Subcommittee uncovered. 

The subcommittee pretty well riddled General 
Swing’s claim that the several Mexican. trips were 
“primarily” for conferences with Mexican officials. 
In at least one case, the Mexicans weren't even in- 
vited, although the General “hoped” they'd show 
up at his r@mote campsites. They did, but most 
were minor @fficials not even connected with immi- 
gration ac#vities. A fancy Government trailer, 
airplane and three motor vehicles were used on 
the trips. As many as eight American immigration 
officials took time out to go along.. On one occa- 
sion, some of the party’s guns weré seized when 
they were unable to display the proper permits. 

The hunting trips are part of a by now fairly 
clear picture of careless~mixing of private and 
public activities by General Swing. He once used 
the Immigration Service to recruit a Mexican maid 
for his Washington household; his daughter, on the 
agency's payroll, made a trip to Mexico officially 
described as for “recreation” on an Immigration 
Service airplane. Taken together, these individ- 
ually petty departures from proper official conduct 
are intolerable. One of the proudest boasts of 
the Eisenhower Administration was that it would 
lift the moral tone in Washington. The President 
ought to free General Swing at once from the 
official duties that seemingly have not interfered 
with his hunting. 


Mr. Heselton Scores 


Rep. John W. Heselton of Massachusetts waged 
a vigorous and successful battle to kill a Senate- 
approved bill that would have dangerously sub- 
verted established procedures for setting airline 
subsidies. Simply stated, the bill would have ex- 
empted proceeds from the sale of old airplanes 
from being counted as “profit” in figuring sub- 
sidy requirements if the proceeds were.used to 
buy new equipment. This was supposed to be a 
needed encouragement for modernization; but as 
it worked out, it would have meant a tremendous 
windfall for Pan American World Airways, and 
relatively little help for smaller susidized com- 
panies. 

Capital Airlines, which like most of the larger 
carriers is not subsidized, has recently placed a 
pioneering order for 14 British Comet jet airliners. 
Other companies also have jets on order for some- 
what later delivery, indicating no general inability 
in the industry to keep abreast of capital improve- 
ments. If there is a need for added, individually 


‘tailored Federal aid for some lines, it ought to be 


met without altering the spirit of the Civil Aero- 
nautics Act. This unaimed, scoop-shovel approach 
clearly was not tye way to do it, 


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Progress at State 


‘On Wriston Reform 


By Chalmers M. Roberts 


TWO YEARS after Secretary of State 
dohn Foster Dulles gave his blessing to the 
Wriston Committee proposals to strengthen 
the Foreign Service, the department today 
is in the midst of trying 
to “find square holes for 
square pegs,” as one of- 
ficial puts it. 

In other words, depart- 
mental personnel offi 
cials now are busy re 
assigning those former 
departmental em p loyes 


_ who for one reason or an- 


other are not entering 
the Foreign Service in 


’ hopes that their services 


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Aid to the Needy 


How can the Joint Confer- 
ence Committee on H. R. 7225, 
comprising the ranking mem- 
bers of the Senate Finafice and 
House Ways and Means Com- 
mittees justify their action on 
the following. 

(1) The Senate adopted by a 
vote of 62 to 21 Sen. Rus 
sell Long's amendment to in- 
crease payments to the needy 
aged, blind, and physically 
handicapped $7.50 per month in 
Federal funds. The States were 
required to pass this increase 
on to the recipients. 

The Joint Conference Com- 
mittee chopped down the $7.50 
to 34 4 month 4¢n Federal funds, 
and the States are not required 
to pass this increase on to the 
needy. 

(2) The Senate adopted by 
vote of 56 to 34 Sen. Paul 
Douglas’ amendmént to allow 
oldsters to earn $50 a month 
without having it deducted 
from their aid payment. Con- 
gress granted the blind this 
privilege several years ago, but 
the Joint Conference Commit- 
tee struck out this amendment 
for the needy aged. 

(3) Welfare departments in 
some states decided that wom- 
en ate less than men; therefore, 
the food budgets for women 
old-age pensioners are from $4 
to $5 per month less than men’s. 
Sen. Estes Kefauver proposed 
to put an end to this sort 
of thing through an amend- 
ment to prohibit discrimination 
against those on public assist- 
ance because of sex...The 
amendment was adopted by the 
Senate without opposition. Yet 
the Joint Conference Commit- 
tee struck it out of H. R. 7225. 

I call the action of the Joint 
Conference Committee cold- 
blooded and heartless—what do 


you call it? 
GEORGE McLAIN, 


President, National In- 
stitute of Gocial Welfare. 


Washington. 


Preserving Georgetown 


Georgetown is universally 
recognized as one of the most 
historic and beautiful sections 
of Washington, and we have all 
been laboring under the delu- 
sion that it was protected by 
proper restrictions. However, 
a spéculator has recently had 
plans approved to build 19 little 
4room alley dwellings in one 
of the best sections of town, de- 
spite the protests of the citizens 
in the rest of the block and 


other. Georgetowners. 


Certainly the project is en- 
tirely contrary to the best in- 
terests of the public. Won't 
some public-spirited person 
have a law passed restricting 
new buildings to size compar- 
able to others in the neighbor- 
hood? MARY KEY LEWIS. 

Washington. 


Humane Slaughter 


There was an error in the 
United Press report of Senate 
action on S. 1636, published in 
your issue of July 24, which 
I hope you will allow me to 
correct for the information of 
the public. 4 

The United Press reported 
that S. 1636, passed by the 
Senate on July 23, would com- 
pel meat kers to adopt hu- 
mane methods of killing ani- 
mals.. Unfortunately, this is not 
the fact. As y spon- 
sored by The National Humane 
Society and other humane or- 
ganizations, S. 1636 did require 
packers to end the cruelties 
in their slaughterhouses. But 
he Senate Agriculture 


rs to the Editor 


Herblock is on vacation. 
During his absence cartoons 
will be reprinted from other 
newspapers. 


tion still is an important step 
forward. S. 1636 declares it “to 
be the policy of Congress” to 
encourage the slaughter of 
animals “only by humane meth- 
ods.” The entire text of the 
bill constitutes a statement by 
the Senate that methods now 
being used by packers are in- 
humane. 

These policy decisions by the 
Senate. are gratifying and en- 
couraging, even though they 
will not immediately rescue 
any animals from suffering or 
relieve the burden upon the 
conscience of Americans who 
think that our Nation should 
not permit great cruelties like 
those that disgrace our slaugh- 
terhouses. 

A new effort to enact a 
genuine humane-slaughter bill 
unquestionably will be made 
in the next Congress. May 
your United Press story of 
July 24 prove then to have 
been merely premature! 

MARY McC, THRASHER. 

Washington. 


Speed Enforcement 


i 

I have just returned from an 
extensive automobile trip cov-- 
ering in excess of eight thou- 
sand miles. The outstanding 
impression that I will never 
forget was the total disregard 
of speed regulations by the 
buses and trucks and trailer 
trucks. 

I try to keep right at the 
speed limit when weather and 
other road conditions permit. 
Time and time again I had 
trucks and buses pass me when 
I was going the passenger car 
limit. Many times during the 
rain they have passed me 
splashing water and mud on 
my windshield. They are a 
definite menace en the highway 
with their uncontrolled speed. 

Why can't we insist on some- 
thing that can be put on all 
trucks and buses that will con- 
trol their speed or that the po- 
lice be more alert and rigid in 
the enforcement of the law... Is 
the American Trucking Asso- 
ciation so powerful that it can 
control regulations to a point 
where the lives of the American 
public are endangered? I 
think it is high time that some- 
one got excited about it. 

MILTON K. MEYER, 

Washington. 


“Stassen’s Revolt” 


As one voter who would like 
to cast a ballot for President 
Eisenhower (after 10 years as 
a Democrat) but who finds it 
completely impossible to do so 
with Nixon on the ticket, I 
thank you for your brief edito- 
rial on the Stassen-Herter de 
bacle. 

‘That Nixon is a man of ques- 
tionable ethical standards, 
whose politics and policies 
have shown a high degree of 
opportunism as well as right- 
wing (anti-Eisenhower) Repu 
licanism, might not seem so im- 
portant if our pregidental can- 
didate were in sound physical 
condition. But the very real 
possibility of having in the 
White House the man who four 
years ago tried to distract the 
Nation from his political mor- 
als by talking sentimentally 
about his dog, is one which will 
certainly prevent this voter 
and perhaps others from cast- 
ing votes for Eisenhower. 

But that might be a good 
thing: because a vote for Eisen- 
hower would be a vote for a 
man who to all appearances 
likes Nixon and wants him—in 
itself a damning fact. Is not 
our President revealing a lack 
of sense of reSponsibility to- 
ward his country, and a lack 
of humility, if he foists Nixon 
on the Nation, willfully disre- 
garding his own physical weak- 
ness? 

Optimism is both the great 
strength and the weakness of 
America—and of Eisenhower 
personally, one might say. It 
is to be hoped that Stassen’s 
move will not be the last at- 
tempt to awaken the President 
to his responsibility. 

ELIZABETH 
KONINGSBERGER. 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
ow 


It must have been distressi 
to The Washington Post 
Times Herald, when Harold 
Stassen’s political snowball 
failed to gain momentum and 


esteem for Governor Herter 
but rather because of his sneak 
attack on an able Vice Presi- 
dent who fas the support of 
the President and most of the 
Party leaders. 

OMAR B. KETCHUM. 

Bethesda, Md. 
ies os) 

Unfortunately Mr. Stassen 
was correct. ere is a large 
segment of the American pub- 
lic which would prefer Gover- 
nor Herter to Nixon as the vice 
presidential nominee. With the 
ailing Eisenhower heading the 
ticket, the spotlight will be 
more and more on the man in 
second place. Since it is 
sible fhat Eisenhower will not 
live through a second term, it 
is quite proper that considered 
thought be given to his 
mate. 

Nixon boosters claim that 
were he replaced a large num- 
ber of California voters would 
be disaffected... This may be 
true. But it is even more true 
that large numbers of Califor- 
nians simply do not trust Nixon 
and would prefer him to be 
replaced. Among these are 
Governor Knight, Senator 
Knowland, and others who saw 
Nixon in action on the Warren 
campaign train in 1952. 

We hope that Chairman Hall 
will allow the Republican del- 
egates to assess the situation 
honestly and to choose the best 
possible man. It would be a 
shame if Eisenhower were de- 
feated for reelection simply be- 
cause of his running mate. 

KARL M. RUPPENTHAL. 

Palo Alto, Calif. 

es" 

I like Tke, just like so many 
others, and do not intend to be 
facetious by suggesting that he 
retire to his Gettysburg farm 
and enjoy himself the way he 
planned when he purchased 
that farm. 

To choose a running mate 
who puts his foot in his mouth 
so often is, in my humble opin- 
ion, an imposition on the peo- 
ple of this Nation who like Ike 
so much, and have bestowed 


y! 
Presiden well, 
take the 


will not be lost to the Government. Only 
a minimum loss is anticipated, officials say. 

The Wriston group (named after its 
head, former Brown University President 
Henry M. Wriston), made many recommen- 
dations of which the most important were: 
integration, of departmental home service 
with the Ftreign Service within two years 
and a “bold and imaginative” recruitment 
and scholarship program to insure an ade- 
quate and steady flow of young officers. 

What has happened in the intervening 
two years. Here is a rundown based on 
July 15 figures. 

Not including new positions just voted 
by Congress, State has 5093 jobs in Wash- 
ington and at the United Nations. Of these 
2600 are unaffected clerical staff. Of the 
approximately 2400 other posts (GS-7 or 
equivalent grade or above), 1500 are to be 
Foreign Service positions under the Wris 
ton setup and 900 civil service officer 
positions. Foreign Service officers are ro- 
tated from Washington to posts abroad and 
back again. Departmental employes serve 
here only. 

ow 

THERE WERE 1187 departmental offt- 
cials to be considered for integration. Of 
them, 565 already have been certified and 
-329 have been assigned to posts abroad. 
Another 324 of the 1187, however, have 
declined to be considered for the Foreign 
Service for various personal reasons. Over 
100 of them, for example, are married 
women with husbands in jobs which pre- 
clude their going abroad. Others simply 
do not want to leave Washington. State 
says only a few actually have quit because 
of the program though an unknewn num- 
ber are known to be shopping around for 
other jobs in or out of Government. 

Of the 1187 considered, another 105 have 
been disapproved after applying for For- 
eign Service jobs because of medical, .“gen- 
eral suitability” or overage reasons. As 
of July 15, the remaining 193 were still 
being processed. In all, State hopes to move 
about 660 officers into the Foreign Serv- 
ice out of the 1187 who were supposed 
to be “Wristonized” by Aug. 1. 

The Wriston Committee wanted the neec- 
essary examinations completed in two 
years and that has been accomplished. 
It wanted reassignments for those not in- 
tegrated completed in.three years but 
officials say that is not realistic—it may 
take four to five years. Wriston, however, 
left an out by saying reassignments should 
be handled “in a humane manner.” 

The problem has been—and remains— 
how to find the right posts here at State 
for those of the original 1187 who aren't 
“Wristonized” into the Foreign Service— 
to find the “square holes for the square 
pegs.” 

Congress has lent a helping hand by 
adding to the 900 officer posts to be ex- 
cluded from the Foreign Service approxi- 
mately 125 new jobs for Fiscal Year 1957 
out of a total of 250 new posts it approved. 
So far less than 50 of these have been re- 
assigned to civil service officer positions 
because of few suitable openings. 

Most of the 1187 have been holding posts 
now earmarked for the Foreign Service. 
Toughest problems are in placing those 
now in such specialized tasks as intelll-. 
gence research ahd economics, ; 

ow 

THE recruitment picture is improving. 

In Fiscal "53 only 56 entrance level of- 
ficers were hired and the figure slumped 
to 41 in "34, the year of the big “rif” at 
State after the Eisenhower Administration 
took office. In 55 the total rose to 143 
and in ‘56, the year ended this June 30, 
to 164. In calendar 1952, 1639 applicants 
took Foreign Service examinations, in 
1953, 1065, in 1954 only 750. In June 1955 
a new type exam was given for the first 
time to 3334 applicants with a second exam 
that year in December for another 4068. 
The June, 1956, exam was given to about 
3290. 


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Today and Tomorr OW « « By Walter Lippmann 


The Suez Crisis 


THE TIMETABLE indicates 
that President Nasser has for 
some time had jt in his mind 


that he might seize the Suez 
Canal, and 
that a plan 
for doing it 
‘had almost 
certainly been 
prepared  be- 
fore .the re- 
cent crisis 
over the As- 
wan Dam. 
Only about a 
week mg 
oetween John 
Foster Dulles’ Lippmann 
interyiew with the Egyptian 
Ambassador, withdrawing the 
offer to help finance the dam, 
and the seizure of the canal. 
It is hard to believe that the 
seizure, which required a 
series of coordinated actions, 
was improvised suddenly in a 
few days. So many Egyptian 
officials had to do so many 
different things so quickly 
that there must have existed 
a carefully-prepared plan. 
Indeed, it now seems prob- 
able that when President Nas- 
ser sent his Ambassador in 
Washington to the State De- 
partment to accept the previ- 
ous offer to help finance the 
dam, he already knew that 
London and Washington had 
decided to withdraw the offer. 
It has been common knowl- 
edge for some weeks that 
Congress was opposed, that 
London had concluded that 
Nasser was unappeasable and 
that Washington was coming 
around to the same view. Nas 
ser knew also that he had no 
alternative offer from the So- 
viet government, and that he 
was, therefore, approaching a 
dangerous crisis in his affairs. 
From the autumn of last 
year to the late spring of this 
year, his prestige at home and 
in the Arab world were very 
great, in the main because he 
seemed to have both sides in 
the ccld war bidding for his 
favor. The symbol of that 
favor was the underwriting of 
the dam at Aswan, and once 
Nasser realized that there 
might be no bidders, his posi- 
tion at home and in the Arab 
world was in desperate dan- 


ger. It was then, it would 
seem, that he made ready to 
cover the failure of the As- 
wan Dam project by precipi- 
tating an international crisis 
over the Suez Canal. 


THIS VIEW is supported, it 
seems to me, by the sheer 
demagoguery of his claim 
that by nationalizing the Suez 
Canal, the Egyptian govern- 


,* * ment is now able to build the 


dam without foreign aid. The 
profits of the Suez Canal 
Company, even if all of them 
were available to the Egyp- 
tian governmént, fall far 
short of what would . be 
needed each year for the 
dam. 

They could not all be avail- 
able if the Egyptian govern- 
ment were to make good its 
promise to buy out the share- 
holders in the Suez Company. 
Furthermore, all this does not 
take into account the effect 
upon the Egyptian financial 
economy of sanctions which 
may be taken by the Western 
powers. 

Nationalization of the Suez 
Canal is not really a means 
to the building of the Aswan 
Dam. It is rather a political 
substitute for the Aswan 
Dam, one which not only 
maintains and even augments 
Nasser’s prestige, but one 
which will give him strong 
new bargaining power. 

With physical control! of the 
operation of the canal, he is 
in a position to exert pressure 
on the countries that use the 
canal. Even if he adheres to 
his promise not to raise the 
toll rate, he will control the 
administration, and will be 
able to use his administrative 
powers for his political pur- 
poses. 


THE WESTERN nations, in 
taking their decisions, will 
have to assume that the Suez 
Canal is not the only trump 
which Nasser has up his 
sleeve. In all probability, 
the plan for the seizure of the 
canal is only one in a series 
of plans prepared by Nasser 
and the revolutionary leaders 
of the Arab world. All of 
them, we must suppose, are 
aimed at the liquidation of 
Western power and influence 


in North Africa and the Mid- 
die East. ' 

There would seem to be 
three lines of policy open to 
the West. One is to accept the 
seizure of the canal and to 
hope that Nasser will be quiet 
for a while. 

A second is to resist him 
with juridical and economic 
sanctions designed to bring 
about his downfall. 

A third is to resist him with 
sanctions designed to bring 
about a negotiated settlement 
in which the international 
character of the canal would 
be recognized. 


THE FIRST course, accept- 
ance of the seizure, is really 
impossible in that it would in- 
vite, indeed provoke, wide- 
spread imitation of Nasser’s 
triumph in humiliating the 
West. 

We would have to expect to 
see the nationalization of 
pipelines, oi] fields, and in- 
stallations all over the Middle 
East. Nasser would not only 
get the prestige and the prof- 
its of his coup but he would 


GRIN AND BEAR IT 


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have good reason for believ-| 


ing that it is now safe to) 
carry out the other strokes to | 


eliminate the West. 


Both the other courses call | 


for the use of sanctions— 
whether the aim be to over- 
throw Nasser or to compel 
him to negotiate. 

The sovereign rule about 
sanctions—which the experi- 
ence of a generation has 
taught us—is that they must 
not be used at all unless they 
are used deliberately 
resolutely. There 
toying with sanctions, no use 
dabbling with them. Sanctions 
are not war. But sanctions 
have the same objective as 
war, and they should be 
taken as seriously. 

This would lead one to 
think, it seems to me, that 
since it is necessary to resist 
Nasser, the object of the 
sanctions shoud not be the re- 
covery of the Western posi- 
tion in the Suez Company but 
an international regime for 
the canal, preferably under 
the aegis of the United Na- 
tions, 


Coprright. 490s New 


York Herald 
ridune. Inc 


Washington 
Hush-Hush Talk 


Seene... 


By George Dixon 


IN THE LAST mad scram- 
ble to relegate the 84th Con- 
gress of the United States to 
the pages of history, a pare 
doxical situa- 
tion develop- 
ed. Many of 
the Senators 
and Repre- 
sentatives got 
so serious 


mate of your mental hospital. 
Your bill is treason. It is a 
Communist plot. 

“[. shall reserve further 
comment until I read the bill. 
Please send me a copy.” 


THE TURMOIL was at its 
wildest when Sen. Warren G. 
Magnuson, of Washington, re- 
ceived a rush communication 
from Assistant Secretary of 


state and Foreign Commerce 
Committee, of which Magnu- 
son is chairman, against kill- 
ing jellyfish with chemicals. 
"Ewart should go down in 
history as having made the 
enly undebated statement of 
the adjournment maelstrom. 
He stated unassailably: 
“Even though a jellyfish Is 
dead, its presence in the wa- 
ter is still undesirable.” 


and | 
is no use| 


| 
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iwe have lost the Mediterrane- 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
“rere Tuesday, July 31, 1956 


. 


{ 
| Congressional race 
ithe nomination of 


— hower-Herter ticket.” 
“) ’ on ol > » 
/ LI news conference: 


| “Harold Stassen has 


weeks, effective Thursday. 
his request. 


“4\ “Mr. Stassen wanted to havé-the President's conditions. 


‘the time and opportunity to 


House. 


work.” 
| In answer 
Snyder made 


to 
it plain 
had proposed the 
absence. 


show, Lem! . 


foods women don't take cooking serious any more! ... 


“Maybe we should combine this exhibit with the hobby | 
.» What with ready-mixes ahd instant 


Stassen himself was 


” 


Mediterranean Role 
Of Navy Emphasized | 


By C. Yates McDaniel 
Associated Press 


Adm. Arieigh Burke says the has standing orders to protect 
free world would have to write the 
off the entire Mediterranean Americans. 
area unless the United States 


Sixth Fleet could stay and fight 
there in event of war. 

The Chief of Naval Opera. 
tions also said in recent Con- 
gressional testimony made pub- 
lic last night that the American 
Navy might be the only major 
force capable of continuing re- 
taliatory assaults after the first 
furious exchange of atomic 
blows in another world con- 
flict. . 

The Admiral said that if U. 5. 
carrier task forces “cannot 
operate in the Mediterranean, 


an, and we had better be able 
to operate in the Mediterra- 
nean because of that.” 

Burke testified at a special 
Senate air power investigation 
before an international crisis 
was precipitated in the area 
by Egypt's of the Suez Canal, 
which links the Mediterranean 
with the Red Sea. 


Report Denied 


Both the State Department 
and the Navy yesterday denied 
a published report that the 
6th Fleet had n specially 
alerted to take Americans out 
of the area if the Suez crisis 


Herter, Stassen said: “I have 


been neither rebuked nor en- 
dis- 


couraged, approved nor 
approved.” 

A newsman asked Stassen if 
the “leave of absence” did not 
amount to “a gentle firing.” 

“Oh, no.” replied Stassen. 
“It's the other way around.” 

Stassen reiterated his inten- 
of tion to push on for the homina- 
tion of Herter for Vice Presi- 


lives and property 


Burke, in his testimony be- dent, as the man who he be- 


fore the Senate Air Power lieves, would add the most 
Committee headed by Sen. strength 
Stuart Symington (D-Mo.), said ticket. 

that if tne U. S. Fleet cannot’ The clue to his 
stay in the Mediterranean with g four-week 
carriers “nobody can stay was believed 
there.” 

He said emphatically that 
land-based planes could not 
operate in the area unless the 

eet was there and fighting. 

Expanding beyond the Medi- 
terranean, Burke said control 


Hagerty last Monday, 
Stassen opened his 
Nixon” gambit. 


“dump 


Stassen Gets Leave' to Push Drive 


STASSEN—From Pq. I | 
. through '° Mr. Stassen that while | 
an Eisen- had every right as an individua] Republican split (3) made it 
te make any statement he 80\ heen made over in the 
desired, it was also equally ob Mr Fisenhower” 
vious that he could not make'question of whether he is truly 
a member at the helm of his party and 


| In Gettysburg, Snyder read 
ithe following statement to a 


re- Such a statement as 
quested a leave of absence of the President's officia 
‘without compensation for four family.” 


“The President has granted his White 


pursue certain political activi- from old line GO 
ties without involving his offi- followed Stassen’s original pro- 
cial position or the White posal. Most of these appeare™ action (ADA) 
to take it for granted that } 
“Mr. Stassen and his assist- Nixon’s 
afit, Amos Peaslee, will confer clinched on the ticket. As late 
with the President tomorrow as last Saturday, 180. of 
(in Washington) on matters per- 202 Republican members of the 
taining to Mr. Stassen’s official House released a statement de- renominates V ice 
claring their support of Nixon. Nixon. Addressed to delega 
questions, 
that would be “delighted” 
Stassen, and not the President. Nixon as a running 
leave of has not. 


to the Eisenhower 


‘statement made by Presidential President. . . . 
Press Secretary James C. situation a little confusing to to what ADA says any ‘ 
after say the least.” It's more significant that 180 | 
no effort to conceal their ela-| declared 
Hagerty said that Stassen tion. One party official, who Nixon. I don't minimize what... 


ere 
“The President pointed out,@d (1) trained the spotlight on 
he Nixon (2) emphasized a basic 


clear that the GOP “has not 


image of 


} (5) brought the health issue in- 
ito focus 


By. taking temporary leave Of restrained their enthusiasm, 


A storm of indignant protest 


leaders had nemocratic asset. 


® Americans for Democratic 
in a 

printed pamphlet entitled 

Second 

lican Party will be 


name was already 


taking 4 


with the Nation's future” 
President 


Mr. Eisenhower has said he ang 


mate. He phlet analyzed “the career 
however, foreclosed 


when measured against thé 


world.” 


® Senate Republican leader 


rters’ Roundup” program, ghout Nixon.” It added: * 


Knowland the first effort was made 


at least most Repub-jican National Committee de 


alternates to the Repubii-’” 
to have can Convention, the ADA pam 


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an,” said the Repub- 


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a a 


(4) raised a . 


) Publicly, however, Democrats « 


ouse office, Stassen' They may be rooting for Stas- 
was literally complying With’ sen. but they don’t want his 
move to succeed. Most of tham » 
say they regard Nixon as a 


the “dark and dangerous gamble ’ 
if tte » 


and 
sed character of Richard Nixon” * 
the choice of another running and said his record “shrinks 
It also seemed obvious that mate who is acceptable to him. 
being| The political ferment started 
neither “dumped” nor “fired” by Stassen’s declaration for 
for his anti-Nixon activities, as Herter continued to build up 
some GOP leaders had urged. yesterday, on both sides of the: 
| Asked for Mr. Eisenhower's party aisle. Among the devel- w 
reactions to proposed shift to opments: 


needs and responsibilities of,. 
America’s position in the . 


Preparation of the pamphlet ° 
as begun before Stassen:- 
opened his “dump Nixon” drive... 
3 but the ADA took note of the” 
William F. Knowland (Calif.), move as “further public expres-° 
interviewed on the MBS “Re- sion of the deep sense of uneasey:( 


a 


described Stassen's move aS public controversy over Nixon’s 
“disruptive” and said it has frness happened because he has’ ' 
“played into the hands of the become more controversial, - 
Democrats.” He said it does more vulrerable, more expend; 
not “necessarily” change the able than he was in 1952, when 
situation, however. 
went on to say: “I think it does drop him seven weeks after hig. 
presents a very difficult prob- nomination.” a 
lem. under the circumstances 
because 
licans in the country and I clined to comment on the AD 
think most members of Con- 


men 


® Spokesmen for the Repub- 


pamphiet, saying they had net’. 
request for gress had assumed that the yet read it. One GOP party of, 
leave of absence Vice President was desired and ficial, who asked that his name 

contained in a was entirely acceptable to the not be uséd, said however: “Né- °*' 
It makes the body pays too much attention 


* Democrats generally made House Republicans have just” 


their support 


of the seas is now “largely a bad informed Mr. Eisenhower asked not to be identified, said Stassen has said but I don't. 


unilateral” United States task in advance of what he intended that without Democrats lift 
a hand the Stassen maneuver Convention outcome one iota.”*' 


rg think it affects the Republican” 


a 


ti. 


“since the naval power of our to do. Hagerty had added: 
allies is not extensive.” 
He said the Navy had no 
Seer of Hatem of taking 
over the long range strategic AW All 
bombing missions assigned to U ows 
the Air Force but declared 
ie smpeusee naval forces Me r t 
“will play an important part mbe 
in the immediate retaliation” S 0 
ahem would follow an enemy Di D 
assault. 
However, Burke said he saw ivert ues 
“less and less likelihood” of a’ 
general war with Russia. pin- By Robert M. Lewin 
ning his opinion on an esti- Chicase Dally News Service 
mate that Russian defenses 
“would have to be very fine 


would risk starting a general 
conflict. 


‘Aluminum Walkout 


they had, 


Ofter Is Made to Avert: 


NEW YORK, July 30 ®—The'They emphasized 


Nation's two biggest aluminum “Made no progress. 
producers tonight made new 
CHICAGO, July 30—The economic offers to the 
much better than I think they AFL-CIO United Auto Workers Steelworkers Union in an ef- around 35-40°cents an hour.’*' 
are now” before the Soviets permitted members today t0/fort to avert a strike set for 
contribute part of their union Midnight Tuesday. 

‘dues to outside, non-partisan’ 


Alcoa made a three-year of- 
5 fer to the USW last week call- 
United ing for a package increase of 


Alcoa and Reynolds produce 


almost three-fourths of the Nee 
The new offers were made in tion's vitally needed aluminum, - 


} 


Meanwhile, Alcoa con- 


Russian Missiles 

Burke conceded under ques- 
tioning that “we would be in 
tough shape” if the Commu- 
nists deployed as many as 500 


flares into violence. 
| Both agencies said the Fleet 


the Interior Wesley D’Ewart 


they became 
advising the Senate Inter- 


lightheaded. 
he civil 
rights bill, al- 
though doom- 
ed, proved 
especially un- 


balancing. By George Sokolsky 


There was so much . | 


so. much | talk 
arent et tcreed,” ond | Another Try That Failed 


a night session after union ne- , 
gotiators, headed by USW Pres- tinued negotiating in Pitts* 
Jah gy ye ald, met AGC. = the Alufinem.. 
13 million-member union's It-/\of the world’s largest producer, (sents 11,000 additional employes . 
submarines to launch hydro- *¢Tm4tional Executive Board. (the Aluminum Co. of America. in seven plants. law 
en missiles against the United . UAW leaders explained that) Talks. with Reynolds Metais| U. 8S. Conciliator Williang= 
States. their action is an answer, in Co. hit a snag earlier today, but Rose said the Pittsburgh talks: , 

The Chief of Naval Opera- part, to charges that unions are Reynolds negotiators met again “are making Pi . 
tions said that in the event of using compulsory dues money with union officials at night. | Alcoa, world’s b alumi- 
war “some of them (missiles) for political expenditures, of-| Details of the offer were not DUM producer, said it plans to! 


organizations for political edu-| 
cation and citizenship. 
The action was voted 


(Copyright. 1954. King Features 
Syndicate. Inc.) 


“color” that Rep. Gordon Me- | 
Donough, of Celisornsa, | ALL MEN in public life suf- 
fered a sudden attac he ‘fer from frustrations and dis- 
pixyism and urged that they | ,.,intments. The concatena- 


add “sex.” os . 
tions of affairs, the course of 
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating of events. the tn 


New York protested that sex 
was not germane, whereupon apy psa 
Representative McDonough ag ag 
slew him by .rebutting: “If Bsn ea 
sex is not germane; Lord help. dominate si t- 
the human race.” uations to the | 
Rep. Emanuel Celler, of #™70yance of 
New York, argued that sex those who 
was not in order, and Rep. have devoted 
Aime J. Forand, of Rhode Is- their lives to 
land. who was sitting in for What they re- 


Speaker Sam Rayburn, ruled 
that it was—which was all 
Representative McDonough 
needed for another rocko 
socko. He assured Represent- 
ative Forand that posterity 
would thank him for ruling 
sex in order. 


THE DIALOGUE got so ris-/ jis 


que they finally decided to 
take the issue back to com- 
mittee and carry on the rep- 
artee behind closed doors s0 
it shouldn't shock the sen- 
sitivities of the voters. There 
it really got ribald. It was a 
good thing no one tried to 
send a transcript of the closed 
session through the mails. 
Representative Celler per- 


gard as a pub- 
lic service. 


Harold Stas 


sen has the reputation of be- 


ing an able administrator of 
a public office, which is not 
an ignorable item as there are 
not too many men of real 
managerial ability in public 
e. 

Although only 49 years of 


age, he has been Governor of 
the State of Minnesota, presi- 
dent of the University of Penn- 


sylvania, and an almost per- 
manent candidate for the Re- 


publican nomination for the 
Presidency of the 
| States. 


United 


THERE CAN be no question 


sisted im Ousging “eex” that | but that Sloane's career Sas 
been notable. But he pos- 
t leaked out to female mem | .osseq of one character de- 


bers of Congress, — ! 
them to become kittenish. 


causing fect that places him in an awk- 
ward position vis-a-vis other 


Rep. Katharine St. George, | penublicans. That is his ob- 


President of the United States. 


Never for a moment did 
Stassen lose the ambition to 
be President or the conviction 
that he was just the guy for 
the job. 

When Stassen, in 1940, real- 
ized he could not get the nom- 
ination for himself, he turned 
his youthful strength over to 
Willkie and gained some stat- 
ure by his sacrifice because 
the Eastern businessmen who 
were then in control of the 
Republican Party looked fa- 
vorably upon Stassen. 

However, Tom Dewey and 
Bob Taft arose to plague Stas- 
sen and to reduce his oppor- 
tunities. When they had ex- 
hausted each other, Dwight D. 
Eisenhower appeared on the 
scene and took over. Stassen 
became an Eisenhower man 
and was duly rewarded by be- 
ing givea Paul Hoffman's job 
as almoner of the United 
States, giving away its lar- 

esse to .all nations with a 
ree and generous hand 


MR. EISENHOWER then 
took Stassen into the White 
House where he was made an 
Assistant to the President, a 


dealing with foreign policy. 

When the President became 
ill, some Republicans aspired 
to bé Vice President to re- 
place Richard Nixon. Among 
these was Harold Stassen. 
There were so many aspirants 
and they all gave the impres- 
sion of -waltzing on Ike's 
grave even before he died 
that it was inevitable that the 
President would solve the 
problem by keeping the 1952 
Ike and Dick ticket. 


SO STASSEN omanized his 
Young Republican contingents 
in 16 states to put pressure 
on Mr. Eisenhower. He was 
duly warned that his activi- 
ties were not pleasing to the 
President, whereupon he sug- 


’ 


gested the name of Christian | 


Herter, knowing as everybody 
in political life must know, 
that Herter cannot and, for 
ra health, should not take the 
ob. 

It was a smart way to start 
an argument in the hope that 
Stassen would get it as a com- 


; 


promise, but it was too smart 


and too palpable anu too des- 


perate. 


(Copy t. 1986, 


atures 
ndicate. ve 


p a 


| 


will get in because we won't ten against the wishes of announced, but they were ex- Dbegin tapping the big electri¢ 


be able to get them all.” 

Burke indicated the Navy's 
ews piney Py oy 
marines wou the Regulus 
launched from ships and sub-2™0 
marines offshore against Soviet 
submarine bases. 


Navy Orders Building 
Of Regulus II Missiles 


Associated Press 


The Navy yesterday an 
nounced the first production 
contract for Regulus Ii, 
bigger, faster and longer range 
version of the missile of the 
same name. ) 

The Regulus I already is 
carried by four cruisers, two 
submarines and four aircraft 
carriers, 

The contract for $12 million 


members. 


has singled out the UAW. 


monthly dues goes into a local 


other 5 cents goes imto a 
International union. 

Walter P. Reuther, UAW 
president and an AFL-CIO vice 
president, said: 
| “The Executive Board de- 
— oe despite the clear 
was awarded to Chance Vought Ti#%t of the vast majority of 
Aircraft Inc., of Dallas, Tex. |UAW members to establish citi- 

Regulus II, like its pre-2emship funds, any member 
decessor, is an air breathing WOuld be allowed the privilege 
missile of the pilotless bomber Of having the citizen fund por- 
type. It was developed for tion of his dues diverted to a 
launching from ships and from non-partisan organization or 
bases ashore. organizations solely concerned 

The éarlier Regulus has a with promoting greater citizen- 
range of about 500 miles and ship activity in political affairs 
the Navy has said its speed by encouraging registering and 
is about that of sound. ivoting, etc.” 


| Under the UAW constitution, 44Y Session yesterday broke up actresses, is ill in a Lo 
5 cents of each member’s ° 4 “not-too friendly basis.” pital. 


pected to be patterned after furnaces tonight. The process! 
Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-ghe three - year agreement of shutting down the “pot 


sub- Ariz) has been a critic of|signed 
vity and ex- USW and the steel industry. 


a 
a me ke has 
charged that unions use-part of direct wage increase of 28.7 
members’ due« in behalf of a cemts an hour over the three 
candidate or party whom the Ye4rs, 
members oppose. He especially Denefits. 


Friday between the lines” will last through Tues: 


The. stee] pact called for a of 


Dame Evans Il 


LONDON, July 30 #—Dameé* 
Edith Evans, 68, one of 
said the Europe's most distin 

how. 


plus numerous fringe 


Union spokesmen 


union citizenship fund. An- 


SD 


e 


similar fund maintained by the 


secretary of peace, in charge 
of universal disarmament. As 
such negotiations are the prov- 
ince of the State Department, 
Stassen came into conflict not 
only with John Foster Dulles 
but with all other persons in 


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This stopped the learned 
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uncertainly at the gentlewom- 
an, then raced to the diction- 
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When he returned he looked 
relieved, but wroth. 
“I am not,” he declared, 
“I've got a wife!” 


IN THE MIDST of all the 
hysteria, Rep. Leo O'Brien, of 
New York, got the floor and 
launched into a thundering 
denunciation of California's 
Finn twins, George and 
Charles, for lobbying against 
his Alaskan mental health 
bill. Representative O'Brien 
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‘THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Tnesdey, July 31, 1996 


Br Henry Rohiand Sal! Photocrapher 


Harold Pheips and sen Charies: 160,000 miles this trip 


Father and Son Halt Here 
In Bike Trip Across U.S. 


A fast-pedaling father and 
son from Pasadena. Calif. have 
averaged 108.6 miles & day on 
a bicycle trip that has brought 
th®m 3400 miles across the con- 
timent 

“My son had never seen the 
coumiry east of Arizona.” so 
Howard H. Phelps and his 13 
vearoid son. Charlies. saddied 
up and left Pasadena 31 days 
ago on English bicyc! les 

Except 
a Boat being 
automo! 
made th 
Pih@ips said the greatest mile- 
age made during a 12-hour per 
io@ Was 122 miles from Truth 
or Consequences, to El 
Paso. Tex 

Pheips. a 34-year-old pedes 
trian guard for the California 
State Highway Patrol. said this 
Was Mis fourth bDicycle trip 
aefoss the country. He said his 
sO is the youngest boy to make 
the transcontinenta! bike ride 
Ph@lps made his first trip when 
he was 14 
Ane On to Canada 

Brom Washington. which was 
the principal objective of their 
eG@iern jaunt. they intend to 
move north to Canada, then 
hack home -by Sept. 15. 

Phelps figures they will cover 
& total of 10,000 miles in their 
journey. On previous trips he 
has been to every state in the 
Union except Maine, and he 
has been as far south as Mexico 


N. M., 


in Of history during 
_ he would 
, School. 


(ity. This time they have cov- 
ered 13 states and the District 
of Columbia 

Commenting on Washington 
Charlies said he “enjoyed the 
Smithsonian Institution more 
than anything else.” He said 
Washington “is the prettiest 
city Ive. seen since we left 
home 

Pheips said he thinks his son 
has developed a better sense 
the trip than 
in a year of 
in the 8th 


have 
Charies is 
grade 

The pair travel with a mini 
mum ioad of clothes. tools. 
toliet articles. and camping 
equipment. They've had 12 
blowouts since they left Cali- 
fornia, but are still traveling 
on the original tires and expect 
to wind up the trip on them 
Dogs and Rattiesnakes 

The biggest problems so far. 
according to Phelps. have been 
rattlesnakes and dogs. Fortun- 
ately they've been bitten by 
neither 

Both felt that Texas was 
their favorite state so far 
Phelps said that many motor- 
ists who had read about them 
or seen them on television. 
tooted their horns and waved 
as they drove by. “By the time 
we left we felt like real Texans 

Next year? They pian to 
pedal to Alaska and maybe 


even catch Maine on the way \ 


back. 


Wheaton Woods Pool 


Gets Board 


Backers of the 
Wheaton V oods 
swimming pool have 
@ go-ahead signal 
Montgomery County 
Zoning Appeals 

The Appeals Boarc ap 
proved a special zoning ex 
ception permitting the group 
to construct a pool on a four- 
acre tract at the end of Land. 
green st. in the Aspen Koolis 
subdivision 

The approval was condi 
tidfed on the swimming pool 
asepciation collecting $70,000 
from its members toward con- 
struction of the pool 


proposed 
comrmpunity 
received 
from the 


Board of 


Ap proval | 


At two publ: hearings the 
application was strongly op 
posed by the newly formed 
Wheaton Woods Citizens As 
sociation. made up of home 
owners near the proposed pool 
site They argued that the 
pool would depreciate prop 
erty values, constitute 2 nur 
sance ‘and create a traffic 
hazard on Landgreen st. 

The Appeals Board, how 
ever, found that the pool 
“wou'd not adversely affect 
the present character or fu- 
ture development of the sur 
rounding residential commun- 


ity. 


ew 


Dead Fish Force 


Families From Homes 


HOUSTON. Tex.. July 3 
Toms of fish rotted on the Gulf 
of Mexico shore from Channel- 
view to Baytown, Tex.. today, 
and the odor forced many resi- 
dents of luxury homes from 
their residences. 

Work crews were attempting 
to bury the fish or were spray- 
ing them with a deodorant 
The fish began floating in Fri- 

An investigation to de. 
temmine cause of the death of 
the fish is under way. 


Engine Failure Forces 


Airliner to Turn Back 
Re vters 

LONDON. July 30—A four- 
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TWA airliner flying from here 
to New York turned back to 
Shannon Airport today from 
halfway acrois the Atlantic, 
with one engine out of action. 

After a T-hour wait the 3% 


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Man Killed, 
6 Hurt in 
2 2-Car Crash 


Automobiles 
In Head-on 
Collision West 
Of Annapolis 


High-Living 
Gunman in 


$3000 Haul 


Hatfield Caught 
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Needed the Money 
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Frank Hatfield. who went 
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he was registered at the ' 
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One person was killed and 
six were injured last ‘night 
when two cars collided head- 
on four miles west of An- 
napolis on Route 450, Anne 
Arundel County police said. 

Carl M. Burns, 41, of Land- 
over Hills, was pronoupced 
dead of a crushed chest and 
fractured skull at Anne Arun- 
del General Hospital. | 

The six persons im serious 


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his passengers, Daniel Carri- 
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_ MeKisson, 3906 52d st.. Bladens- 
Burns was riding in the 
of Brown's car. 
‘ge Herman Green, 32 
driver of the other car. and his 
sassengers, Solomon Hillary, 
. and James Blake, 25, all of 
Davidson ille 
Brown told police he was 
going west on Route 460 when 
be saw the other car coming 
toward him in his lane. He said 
be pulled off the road and was 
almost stopped when Greens 
car struck his. 


Heart Attacks Kill 


2 im Car Crashes 


The deaths of two men in 
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fingerprints reveaied 
wide Trex arrests 
‘thors. police said 
the combived <«f 
f a2 cab driver. Western 
ploves and police. he 
was captured here at 2:30 a. m 
July il 
A few minutes before his 
apprehension he had emtered 
the Western Union office and 
asked ST) mm travelers 
checks When the clerk. Dora 
M. Pierce. got the checks for 
him, painted @ revolver at 
ber and handed her a neote 
saying. ~! is a rebbery 
He filed 300 $10 checks 
and one heck. was pul 
sued and sts. have he annuity feostet tr 4 
nw. where surrendered ‘per cern! on the treat SO ant 
Indicted housebreaking 4 cor an 2 wememiie 
and charges were John under iw Geuees ae 
J. Righs listed at 1855 Cal- proved jest weer anf cuaiie 
vert st and Anthony MW No lL. ae 
Accardo, of Jacksonville tire on or after 
Fia R. WH wil 
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tie at 
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coutited to provetie ‘the doa 
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discourn Tat i 2S Pe cer am 
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17506 Rosebud liane, Rockville, 
was pronounced dead after his 
car swerved off Georgia ave 
aear Windham iane in Wheaton 
and bit a telephone pole early 
yesterday. 

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that date wouid 

duction 
Tae TTS 


DISABEGATS retremet ms 
get a jot when they exeamoe 


are charged with ran 
home of Dr. Paul 
Sli Nebraska ave 
June 1% and taking 
th of property. The 
tified Accarde as an 
from an Alabama Jalil 


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Besides his wife. he is sur- 
vived by two children, De 
berah. 3. and Richard, 2. 

The other victim was John 
Franklin Gravely. 57. of 
Cree lane. College Park. _— 

. 2D ently died at the whee 
— = Ge» — = of his ear Suncay night be- 
_ Gi which 2S oes i plowed into the rear 
oe employe & age G) whem De; . car driven by Mrs. Leon- 
wat wit mm ety a> the <yeercld ard Kirsten. 14427 Whittier pl 
the the SS would get 15 years t only 5. on Route 4 at the Prince 
years credit for hus coileague Georges Anne Arundel County 

££ SS years une 
=" Mrs. Kirsten said traffic was 
qypugrreata meourct ef town yo rarmror mtu es payable by aaving slowly toward .Wash- 
‘imcfor when the accident oc- 


wurred. She said wa sat 
dead when she ot 

went beck to Ris car. 

Gravely. manager ef the 

Fish Laundry in Baltimore. is 
survived by his wife, Lillian 
\ Gravely. a son, John F. 
~ Gravely Jr; a daughter, Vir- 
ginia Carr. and three grand- 
. children, all of College Park. 


D. C. Soldier Dies 
In Germany Crash 


* Washington soldier was 
burced te death Friday in Ger- 
many when the jeep in which 
he was riding skidded off a 
biliy road and caught fire. 

Pic. Leo R. Kiker. 22. whose 
mother. Theresa Kiker lives at 
2IG2 16th st. se.. and two other 
military policemen died in the 
sceident near Stuttgart during 
@ thunderstorm. 

Kiker had almost finished 

: four-vear enlistment in the 
Srm@y He had previously 
served in the Navy 


Lhe - 


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fours aot ee sere 
I 


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Trim ww! 


on charges 
It * 


larceny and 
ne a deadly weapon wae 
+» E. Stores, 18. listed 
2 X\. Oak st.. Arimgton 


charged with «= 

5 at St. Thomer 

opai Church I772 

nw. Property wal 

07 wes taken In 

possession. police said 

were a pistol and a switch 
blade knife 


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Stokes war 


ropr ry 


The followmp tatie show fier 
CSR betore ond ofe” Urcteee 
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ave. Acoma! 


Salary Before After 


Before = 
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10.000 


Peeping Tom 
Case Thrown 


Out of Court 


The first Arlington case un- 
der the state's yearcld Peep 
ing Tom lew wes thrown oul 
ef court yesterday for insuffi 
eent evidence 

Judge Charlies NX. Hulvey J: 
dismissed the charge against 
Richard T. Polk, 21. 912 N. Ran 
doipt. sct.. Arlngi.a, Who was 
captured July 15 by Roger 7 
Willard. 23. outside Willards 
Ruckingham Apartments win 
aow 

Willard testified he heard 
® nome at about 1 a. m. thal 
sounded like the bedroom win 
dow screen was being ripped 
oer punctured He went out 
side. armed with a gun, to in- 
vestigate, he said, and saw @ 
man running away 

Under questioning by De 
fense Attorney Lous Koutou 
lakes, Willard admitted he wes 45g 
net prepared to testify he ac 750) 
tually sew the man peeping 5900 
threugh the window 

Polk's brother, John R. Polk 
24 is now serving 55 years in 5 7300 
prison for the 1951 kidnaping Jat) 
ond rape of a2 young Navy 
bride. 


Teday's Chuckle 
Jonna: “Did you fish with 
fies”” 450) 
Jacx Gust back from camp T7500 
ing trip: “T fished with them. 39.900 
camped with them, ate with 


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services. William L. is sta 
tiened in Europe with the Afr 
Force. Joseph Charies is in the 
Navy 
Aw Force. 


Pedestrian Struck 
5 4t 14th and K Sts. 


The 


SuTree 


every re weryreter 


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trbir teins 


Drior 


Avg  Anmud 
Salary 


5. ae 
3300 


to bis ribs and spine yesterday 
when struck by a taxi at 14th 

and K sts nw. after stepping 

47 from a streetcar platform. The 
- eab was driven by Alfred Reic’- 
i man, 70, of 7425 13th st. nw 


188 Hospital 


Heart Research 
Grants Bigger 


The Washington Heart As 


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Pollution BF, 
Threat Cited 
In U.S. Sites 


Relocation 
Basin Commission 
Points to Inadequate 
Federal Planning 
For Sewage Disposal 


By Karl Meyer 
Biaft’ Reporter 


Community planning in 
upper Montgomery County 
will be “no more than a hol- 


low name” if relocating 
Federal agencies do not pre- 
pare more adequate sewage 


stat Photo » disposal plans, the Interstate 


Her biggest “tip”—$100—is shown by Edna 8S. Fetzer, wait- 
ress at the Howard Johnson's Restaurant, 4700 Lee hwy., 
Arlington, yesterday. Mrs. Fetzer. was given the bill after 


she found a visiter’s wallet, 


stuffed with Canadian and 


Mexican money, in the booth in which she served him a 
70-cent breakfast. The visitor, who asked not toe be iden- 
tified, returned after an hour to claim his wallet. 


Tee Close te Riverside Polls 


Mayor Convicted 


Mayor Claude F. Warren of 
Riverdale was fined $25 and 
costs yesterday for violating a) 
town ordinance by campaignh- 
ing within 50 feet of the polls 
in Riverdale’s election iaét 
May. 


Of Vote Violation 


He said Warren's reply was “a 
bunch of profanity.” 

Bell also said he saw War- 
ren “leaning on the ballot box 
during the voting” and again 
“after the polls closed.” 

Warren told the court that 


Commission on the Potomac 


‘River Basin warned yester- 
id 

ay. 
| In its monthly newsletter, 
the Commission singled oul 
Montgomery County as an ex-~ 
ample of the pollution threats 
and sewage problems that Fed- 
eral agencies may bring when 
they move to nearby Virginia 
and Maryland. 

At present, the Atomic En 
ergy Commission and Bureau 
of Standards are moving te 
sites in the county on water 
sheds that empty inte the Po 
‘tlomac upstream from metro- 
politan water supply intakes. 
Other agencies also may move 
to the county. 
| The AEC, the only agency 
whose disposal plans are svail- 
able now, will pipe sewage 
temporarily to a small treat- 
iment plant at Gaithersburg un- 
til a larger trunk line is com- 
pleted no later than 1959. 

But, the Commission pointed 
out, “the AEC has planned a 
sewer main just big enough te 
take care of its own building. 
If the other Government agen 


Judge Grover Lee Small, in’many voters were unfamiliar cies follow this example, com 


nding down the sentence in With the mechanics of casting munity planning in upper 


that 
or. “anee would be 


warned 
of the 
jailed. 

Several witnesses testified 
they saw Warren within 50 
feet of the polls on election 


‘ day. 
suf- Asked if he was violating “ i 
fered from a beart condition. the ordinance during the vot- tice by all parties,” and not just 


who was not a 
freely ad- 


ing, Warren, 
candidate himself, 
mitted guilt 

“Why yes, sure.” he an 
swered. “So was everybody 
else.” 

Charges agains® Warren 
were brought by Erwin NW 
Wade of 6315 Taylor rd., River- 
dale, husband of Edna F. Wade. 
councilwoman defeated for re- 
elecfion in the May 7 voting. 
Results of the election were 
protested at two meetings of) 
the town council, which voted) 
xX 4. refuse to investigate’ 

election. 

One of a parade of iti cdees,| 
Town Councilman Samuel A’ 
Bell, testified he saw Warren 
standing 15 feet from the bal- 


lot box and asked the mayor,| 


“Im @ nice way,” if he wasn't 
violating the town ordinance. 


Boy Sentenced 
For Using | 
Barbiturates 


One of a quintet of Alexan- 
drians rounded up June 16 by 
police for getting “high” on 
barbiturates was sentenced to 
an indefinite term yesterday in 
the State Training School for 
Boys 

Ju 


| 
| 
| 


: 


liam L.. 


Cowhig, appealed the’ 
sentence. ' 


T. Brooke Howard, attorney’ 
and James A. is in the for the other juvenile and three confer 
adults, challenged the wording when I was told they wouldn't 
on the warrants sworn against mind if I stayed around for 


explain the procedure. He said 
he made recommendations on 
a choice to voters while ex- 
plaining the procedure. 

Judge Small blasted the 
“flagrant” violations, calling 
em “a very despicable prac- 


y the defendant 

“If this sort of case comes 
before me again I'm going to 
put somebody in jail,” Judge 
Small ‘Said. 

Warren posted $50 bond 
pending an appeal in Prince 
Georges County Circuit Court. 


Te October 31 
Dr. Mann’s 


Retirement 


Postponed a 


For the furred and feathered 
friends of Zoo Director Wil- 
liam M. Mann, last night cer- 
tainly was a night to howl. 

It was 
most at 

I2th hour 

when news 
. spread that Dr 

Mann would 
e remain on the 
* job instead of 
= retiring today 

as scheduled. 

Under 4a Civ- 

il Service Com- 
mission order 
Dr.Mann announced yes- 
terday, he is among employes 


al 
the 


. exempted from age retirement 
venile Court Judge Irene until Oct. 31, 1956. This will 
\Pancoast sentenced the 16-year--PeTm't him to share in the 

Three of Kiker’s 11 brothersiold youth, one of two juveniles "eUrement increases which go 
amd sisters are in the armed in the ring. His attorney, Wil-'"*° effect Oct. 1. 


“Wasn't it beautiful the way 
it happened,” Dr. Mann said 
‘I was at the Smithsonian te 
about other matters 


them and asked for a bill of'two or three more months. 


particulars as to their offense. 
They are charged with illegal. 


st.: 


“Of course, I had planned to 
hang around the Zoo after I re- 


Thomas L. Smith, 27, of 1701 7 ae bey g te tired. I sort of like the Zoo.” 
les Ss 3 rv 
= oe. a S. Weaver, 22, of 128 N. Fayette +, 


“Delighted beyond measure” 
at Dr. Mann's retirement still 


Martin D. Bailey, 18. of is in the future was Dr. Leon- 


E. Glendale ave., and Rich-srq Carmichael secretary of 
ard D. Orr, 22, of 3620 Edison the Smithsonian. He also noted 


st. 


About 100 former members. 


there had been no plans 
_jannounce a successor yet. 


f the World War II destroyer 
escort USS Schmitt will con-, 
‘vene Saturday and Sunday for 
‘the second annual shipmates’ 
reunion at the Annapolis ant mr yaad sort of affairs,” he “organic loading.” the chief 


to 


“Now, we can cancel the 


party,” Dr. Carmichael] said. 


About 200 friends of Dr. 
ann had planned to give him 
party today. Its cancellation 


like those 


‘pleased Dr. Mann. 


“I never did 


them, and slept with them” $105 


sociation plans to increase its) 
grants for local heart research 
148 ta about $45,700. 

148 During the fiscal year ended 
188 July 1, $32,700 had been allo 
cated for research by the As 
soc ation. 

Dr. Bernard J. Walsh. Associ 
ation president, said the grant 
mereases were made possible 
by greater pubic response to 
tm 1956 Heart Fund appeal. 
Eight Washington scientists re- 
ceived research support from 


— — 


From Alexandria 
Are Returned Safely From New Y 


Two Aiexantir2 m2t hers 
cTiec with releei end fl) om 
@ach others alms weseetiie | 
whet ine; iea@Tnet tier tag: 
ters. Mmssing smece Aerie 
Tug. het ween jount edie op 
New York Oi 


. association. 


Charged with contributing to Tax Returns 


uty Lontiess. 15. anil! 
aret Wiames OS Siteth 

hiked to New You em 2 wratt 

use TUCK ont Gurl chem 

eclves ite 2 Brom weet 

7 Stauon. They were tet eve 

a Ct Ojpveniie authoriies amd 
_—- geeid at the (Chittvern: Gene 

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One victim, Richard Mo wy. attcvilie Police Court. @ ballot and that he took them Montgomery County wijl be no 
uture violators into his office in an effort to more than a hollow name. 


The Commission, an advisory 
group with representatives 
from four states and the Dis 
trict, noted in its newsletter 
that each agency brings with i 
“satellite communities” com- 
posed of staff homes and shep- 
ping centers 

Instead of each agency build 
ing Jis own trunk sewers only 
large enough to handle agency 
sewage, the Commission urged 
planning to provide trunk 
sewer lines large enough te 
handle wastes from the agency 
and the satellite communities. 

The alternative, it warned, 
would be wasteful duplication 
of facilities and “new polle- 
tion threats to the Potomacs 
waters.” 

Specifically, the Commission 
reiterated its plea for an area 
wide master plan to cope with 
sewage disposal in the entire 
m grea. The news 
letter asked that a conference 
be held between Federal and 
local authorities to consider 
problems arising from relece- 
tion. 

As a precedent, i cited a 
Conference on Master Pilan- 
ning for Sewage and Sewage 
Treatment in Upper Mont- 
gomery County which was held 
last August in the office of the 
District Engineers here. 

“The AEC’s exclusive sewer 
main has not yet been bullt. 
We respectfully suggest an 
other conference.” the news 
letter concluded. 


Contract Awarded 
For Sewage Plant 


A $65 million contract for a 
new secondary swage treat- 
ment plant at Blue Plains. 
planned to cut Potemac Riwer 
pollution from District sewage 
another 30 per cent, was 
awarded yesterday. 

Low bidder, according te 
David V. Auld, director of sani- 
tary engineering, was the 
James McHugh Constructiz 
Co. of Chicage. Auld said 
project is scheduled to 
“within 60 days,” with a 
tract completion time of 500 

ys. 


‘ 


When completed, the 
mary treatment plant at Blue 
Plains will have added te 
secondary treatment seration 
tanks, final sedimentation beds, 
blowers and blower buildings 
Auld said the tanks and beds 
would cover “dozens of seres.” 

This is the first leg of a $12 
ment project, Auld said, and 
when completed will mean that 
up to 80 per cent of District 
sewage will be treated before 
being discharged into the Po 
tomac. 

Now only 30 per cent of the 
factor in pollution from sew- 
age, is removed before District 
sewage flows into the Potemac. 


Maryland, Virginia Guard 
Start. Training Together 


All training is being con-. 


last year’s allocations of the July 30 ‘®—More than 7500 ducted under the supervision 
National Guardmen from Vir- of Maj. Gen. Henry C. Evans, 
and Maryland today Baltimore, commander of the 
‘tackled the first day of their 29th Division. It is the third 
‘two weeks summer training at consecutive year the troops) 
this 17,.000-acre military reser- have supplemented their one- 
vation. 


the began at 7:30 a. m., with em- Gap. 


Lt. Col. Ralph L. Haga, Rich- 


division cha re- 


troops # 


rvices. | 
In other action today, drill’ 


turned 


for 
ithe ator oo at 
-view and parade next Satur-' 


¥ ‘day. Govs. Tho 
taught ley, Virginia, 
of Ma 


their McKeldin, 
ischeduled 


ae wsneey.cm= ™” (C, Ralph Barker Dies, F. Proctor, [vase usnon 


) 


J ohnA.Fleming 
D.C. Scientist 


and specialist on the earth's 
magnetism, died Sunday when 
visiting in San Mateo, Calif. He 
had been connected with work 


site 
He 


- 


i 


Roscoe Lee 
Dies, Expert 
In Dentistry | 


direct its course. To thy care 
and keeping we commit our- 
this day, confident 


surgery : 
‘Sunday of 

theart attack 

aboard the 

liner United 

States. 


re 
udge of the Montgomery! New Y Baptist Publishing Board. 


was given a citation for re-| 


TTenn.. staff editor, National] | 


ling his “diplomate,” or national 
certification. He was a 1922 


ee 


services wil be 
i" - ‘ addition 
JOHN A. FLEMING Dies, Wife of P. ost Printer ; aes Bo nowy BAB y Pegg, a a aia 


Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. Science 2 
and fore 
In 1941 h 
Bowie m 
Geophys 
1945. the © 
of the Physeca: Somety 
detie Survey before joining the London 
Institution. He designed observetorics 
With his support and inspira. used by the Carnegie Instite- 
tien as director of the Insti- tion in Peru and Western Aus 


tute many scientific discov- tralia. and by the Coast and 
Geodetic Survey. He was the 


J/author of many scientific pe 
s pers on geophysical subjects 
which supplied the basis for ra He served as president of 
dar, and world-wide cosmic ray the Philosophical Society of 
Washington. the Association of 
In 1908. Prof. Niels Bohr. at- Terrestrial Magnetism and 
tending a theoretical physics Electricity of the International 
conference here, received the U 
cryptic telegram from labors 
tories in Copenhagen. “Barium 
comes from uranium.” Shortly 
thereafter, he and Prof. Enrico! 
Fermi set up an experiment in 
the Institute and worked out 
basic ideas of nuclear fission 
Mr. Fleming was a member|institute of Huancaye. 


Florida Bill Seeks 
Probe of NAACP 


TALLAHASSEE, Filia. July National 4 
: A Peo - Arimgiuer - 
3 6©@—Two bills concerning dvancement of Colored > » 
segregation hold the key to ple (NAACP) and other oa Soupiter, Hise Ps re me 
whether the Florida Legisla ganizations The other bie F A WNirksic of @ 
ture will adjourn its special would provide for local option place. Takes Park. Mid; 


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committee to investigate the oth bills come up before st 2p om. Thureder ot Ft 
‘the House Rules Committee Chapel with bariel ic Arig 


To Conference 2 202 2=, = a2 
of getting 
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Mr. Lee organized the first 


exe stem of Navy Officer Dead at 58 lg Sat 42, dieitor, of theloral surgery department at 


and headed it until 1936. Bervices Ft 
————— pianist. he ; 
led own dance band during 


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Robert E. Freeman Dental So-| 
ciety, belonged to Chi Delta 
Mu and Kappa Alpha ‘Psi fra-| ; 1-30 
. and was at one time) ™ Cemetrrs 
of Mary's Episco- 


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prayers will be offered on W 


Deaths Elsewhere August 1. at 11 7 
William C. Henderson, 77, Cuermt. Som J. # 
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newspaperman for 50 years, city 
editor of the defunct City News| 2f,iite=. A, Gravely 
[Association and head of the) 22m 7 Grevety Jr. 
Funeral services for Marie I|\New York Times radio news) O'S. of Coumms Gs 
silat Reckvile Centre, N.Y. Seren tne Peete anaes 
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tives one f vited 
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ées. July ; 
og + as ‘ 
John McNulty, 60. author and, ss hier 
the New Yorker mag-| 
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three days of national mourn- BAWKINS. RODxXEY W 
of a heart attack in La a 


Mr. Lee was a member of the Kies wBenaier. Sire, Base. 


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A Gawler Funeral 
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Of 1000 comsecutere 
Gewler Famerals. over 
dali cost less then $700 ~ 


253 east less than $400 


mamied to the National Repub- 
of service lican Convention in Sam Fran- 


PUNERAL DIRECTORS 
“The Fine Coss No More” 


1756 Penn. Ave. NW. 
Telephowe: NA. 8-5512 


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TUESDAY, JULY 31, 


1956. 


Dollars Well Spent 


Infant 
Industry 
Booming 


Thard m4 serws 


By Maxine Cheshire 


TODAYS INFANT I 
DUSTEY is « multi-million 
@oilar Susifess with mane 
factucers cutdeing them 
ives in making beabr<care 
easy. ficient and effortless 

Everyoue watts; the best 
for thew new-born baby, and 
= you cam afford ail the 
slimy conveniences, every 
d@nilac will be weil-spent. 

Sut W@W youre worrying 
shout mot being able to bud- 
gt (US OCfewest m nursery 
eqeapment. just remember 
that your mother and mother- 
miaw got along without it. 
Both you and your busbend 
were berm inte 4 generation 
witos@ parents were less gad 
gr" <onmsc (ous 

However even on a limited 
Sudtget. youll Gud that by 
wise epping and buying 
you can afford the necessities 
that make modern-day baby 
tare a pieasure. 


[iy youre sot planning te 
eapead your present living 
quarters after the big event, 
= ae Dick and Gloria 
Moantfort of 3525 Davenport 
ace. ow. space may be an in- 
GSuencing factor im your im- 
medidte selection ef sleeping 
facilities for the baby. 

[a thew three-room apart- 
ment. aiready crowded with 
a geowing collection of an- 
Gague furniture and -ofher 
Ear'y Americana, the Mount- 
ferts hve and work and study. 
The baoy and hrs belongings 
will ge m@ one corner of the 
bedroom CGloria. whe does 
= int of Der work as a free- 
lance commercial artist at 
home, has her drawing board 
amd other equipment set up 
ne tie oppesite corner. Dick. 
ot at American 
Unauversity, does parttime ac- 
coanGimg and aise eften 
works at Seme. 

Weve looking for an old 
Dime cradle t 40. wih our 
furniture.” dags Gloria, “bat 
what well gprohebly get is 
ome of those wicker basket- 
hie bassinettes. with handles, 
tat you can take in the car. 
Aud we'll get a Wittle wicker 


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BEYING FOR BABY—Just 
making up their minds what 
t bey for their expected 
firewtfern i& a problem for 
Dirk and Gloria Meuntfort, 
as for mox* sew parentsto-hbe. 
Mere they look over the 
thumgs ban, will seed, on dis 
play mt: baby department 
a the Becht Co The price 
sot style range is wide 
enough m ‘evertment stores 
t giget Sudget restrictions 
and space limitations. 


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bere by her husband Dick, before their heir claims the out- 
tin December. Gloria's sister is expecting a baby sooner. 


pert estimates thet @ to DW ing bending. 


weight and heavyweight), a 
half douen of more rubber 
gads (you cam get a couple 
of large ones and cut them 
inte four and even eight am- 
pe peces 

Quilted plastic crib bump 
ers are 2 good ides and cost 
about $4. You ll sleep easier 
soursve’! this winter MW you 
aise can afford « safe warm 
noper blanket beg (at about 
S355) te make sure your in- 
famt stays cozy and covered. 


THE MOUNTFORTS have 
oe teem te st up a bath 
metic and age place te store 
one... They tre considering «4 
friem@s advice to setile for 
an eval plastic os rubber 
“i:sRpen 

Bat if you're luckier space- 
wie. the felding canvas tubs 
ace handy and will serve as 
a place to tress and undress 
the bany wrthout back-break- 


Here again, 
sale prices very often are as 
low as $495. Real stream- 
lined elegance is tagged at 
about $20, but there is a wide 
in-between selection. 


YOU CAN spend less, but 
towels and -toilet articles 
usually cost another $20. 
You'll need: 

Two large bath towels and 
two wash cloths (again cot- 
tom-knit is advised), two 
cakes of baby soap, two each 
of powder and oil and lotion, 
one box of sterile swabs, one 
package of sterile cotton, a 
rectal thermometer (which 
sounds expendable, but noth- 
ing imsures greater peace of 
mind), manicure scissors (his 
nails grow faster than he 
does, and your own sharp- 
pointed pair ere risky), a 
laundry bag or hamper. and 
a rubber or plastic apron. 


THE TOTAL OUTLAY for 
feeding equipment for a bot- 
tle baby shouldn't run more 
than $15. Buy: 

A sterilizer; six to twelve 
bottles of the eight-ounce 
size, two to four of the four- 
ounce size; six to twelve nip- 
ples; a plastic or rubber bib: 
bottle and nipple brushes; a 


See BABY, Page 27 


Cannv at Convention Time 


She Saves Democrats’ Dollars 


By Helen Fleming 
Chicage Delle News Service 
CHICAGO, July 30 —A 
woman's touch is being lent 
to arrangements for the Dem- 
ocratic national convention, 
which are rolling along at the 
Conrad Hilton Hotel here. 
It's the touch of a slim, 
pretty, adopted Texan—Eliza- 
beth Forsling, assistant to 
the convention's manager, J. 
Leonard Reinsch of Atlanta. 
Though 34, Betty could 
pass for just old enough to 


vote—“to vote Democratic,” 
she amends the compliment, 
her brown eyes dancing. 

Besides being efficient, 
hard-working and untiring, 
she is soft-voiced, sweet- 
tempered, good-looking and 
the soul of diplomacy. 

In addition, she’s a canny 
pincher of pennies, which 
makes her invaluable to the 
financially hard-pressed, out- 
of-office Democrats. 

Because Betty's eagle eye 
scanned the breakdown to 
proposed convention ex- 
penses, there'll be no coat 
racks furnished by the Na- 
tional Committee at the In- 
ternational Amp hi theater 
this year. 

It was going to cost $257 to 
rent those coat-racks, com- 
plete with signs saying “Ap- 
pare! left here at the owner's 
risk.” and Betty said the 
racks would not be missed 

More importantly, the 
young Dallas business wom- 
an discovered the committee 
has normally paid daily occu- 
pancy charges on dozens of 
rooms at the Hilton while 
telephone company em- 
ployees worked in that space, 
putting in special lines fer 
the use of the national staff 
of 55 or @ 

— workers report here 
Aug 

Sue Hilton was 
means full a while back, and 
I didn't see why the tele- 
phone men couldn't get into 
those rooms then and get 
their work done with no less 
to the hotel,” Betty says rea- 
sonably. 


by no 


“So we got our phones in, 


over in the corner covered 
with little weeden  bexes. 


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United Press Photo 


ELIZABETH FORSLING 


« preparing for politicos 


The guests using those rooms 
now probably don’t even no- 
tice them. and were avoid- 
ing a hotel bill of several 
thousand dollars.” 

She doesnt like 
too eagle-eyed about money, 
I've always 


to seem 


she says—‘ but 
earned my own living, so it's 
a subject I've become pretty 
realistic about 


TODAY BETTY OWNS her 
own public-relations firm in 
Dallas. 

She met Paul Butler, Dem 
ocratic National chairman, in 
1954, when he made a swing 
around the state in behalf of 
the party regulars. Betty had 
been handling some regular 
Democratic clients and giv- 
ing the party help as a volun- 
teer publicity consultant be- 
sides. 

“A few of us, including 
Paul Butler, were crammed 
into a little plane for that 
tour, and we got pretty well 
acquainted,” she says. 

“Mr. Butler asked mé aft- 
erward to come to work for 


the committee, and I said 
“No.” 

“I fled from the big city 
once, when I left New York 
and went to Texas, and I 
don't want to get into politics 
full time. 

“Qh, it would be fun to go 
on the campaign train this 
fall—but then I'm going back 
to Dallas and my own busi- 
ness.” 

Betty met her current boss 
“Len” Reinsch, a radio-TV 
station executive, when, as 
radio editor of Newsweek 
magazine, she interviewed 


*him as the newly named ra- 


dio adviser to President Tru- 
man. 


EVENTUALLY she moved 
from Newsweek te TV, and 
she helped cover the last 
national conventions in Chi- 
cago for the ABC network. 

Working 14 hours or more 
a day on program arrange «- 
ments, hotel assignments, « * 
ticket allocations and other 
details, Betty hasn't been 
able to get out much socially 
since she arrived June 6. 

Her air-conditioned car— 
“a necessity in Texas.” she 
declares—stands unused in 
the garage. 

Since it's developed that 
she will be on the platform 
most of the time the conven- 
tion is in session, she has 
sent to the Dallas store 
where she usually shops for 
another dress or two. 

There's no time here for 
getting out to the stores. 

Betty is 5 feet 7, a light 
brunet, with her hair drawn 
smoothly back into a short, 
citified version of a pony- 
tail 

She's not a girl whom a 
bachelor democratic commit- 
teeman or delegate would 
overlook 

And when serious romance 
comes along, Betty's ambi- 
tions won't stand in the way 
of marriage 

“I don't crave personal suc- 
cess, she smiles. “} certainly 
have no desire ever to be 
Secretary of Health, Educe- 
tion and Welfare.” 


Alice Leopold Speaks: 


Armchair Politicos Are Scored 


NEW YORK, July 3} @ 
Alice K. Leopold, assistant to 
the Secretary of Labor for 
women's affairs, today urged 
women to make politics a 


career or combine it with 
other careers 

Mrs. Leopold, speaking at 
the opening of the 14th bien- 
nial convention of the Amer!i- 
can Federation of Soropti- 
mists clubs, told the 800 dele- 
gates that “you are all politi 
cians in the finest and truest 
sense 

“But most of you are arm- 
chair politicians—and an 
armchair politician usually 
permits inefficiency in public 
office, holding back her con- 
tribution to good govern- 
ment.” 


SHE SAID she would like 
to see more women in Con- 


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kansas, Florida, Georgia and 
Oklahoma 

Mrs. Leopold urged that 
more women be trained for 
key roles in business and 
government, saying the 22 
million women now in the 
labor force are @ million and 
a half more than a year ago 

Nearly a third of them, she 
added. are over 45 

“This is @ period of dy- 
namic change.” she said, 
“when one of the foremost 
questions is whether wom- 
en's place is in the home or 
in the labor market.” 


THE SOROPTIMISTS, an 
organization of professional 
women, also heard greetings 
Averell Harriman, 


delivered by Commerce DtI- 
rector Anthony Akers, and a 
welcome from Mayor Robert 
Wagner delivered by Deputy 
Mayor John J. Theobold. 

Pluma B. Batten of Woods- 
town, N. J., presided over the 
opening sessidn of the week- 
long meeting, attended by 
delegates from the United 
States, Canada, Hawaii, Alas- 
ka, Panama, Mexico, Cuba 
and Brazil. 

A luncheon address by Dr. 
Ernest Griffith of the Library 
of Congress, was followed by 
committee meetings through- 
out the afternoon. , 

Next week the American 
meeting will be followed by a 
week-long convention of the 
Soroptimists International 
Association, which repre 
sents some 30,000 women in 
27 countries. 


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Couple Ask Parents 


Subsidize Marriage 


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DEAR MARY 
Our daughter, 2. a 
more in college 
oo a boy. 22 
medical sta- 
dent. They 
Want to get 
Married this 
summer. and 
they expect 
US parenis to 
Support 
them — with 
each pair ef 
parents con- 
tributing 
fifty-fifty to 
their living 
costs, tuition 
beous expenses 

We. as parent 
don't feel that 
ask or expect 
parents to contribut 
support—mucnh 
through two 
@s his wife 

Also. the 
expenses, as 
Joan and 
mean that 
triduting 
and tuition, too e 
costs tonsiderably more 
put a boy through medica! 
6chool.«thah to put a girl 
through college, when she 
living at home 
ing classes in 


a 


Mary Haworth 


ana miscelia 


JOAN'S 
feel they 

Joan has ri 
college at id i is 
good job—with 
support herself 
years, until Ben 
medical sc! 
ship etc Bu ' 
ar angement we Go 
huw they would 
she became pr 
ask the paren 
ali. three of the 

We would er 
ciate your giving 1 
ion on a situatior 
and tell us whet 
would be right 
cerned. Thank 


DEAR L. K 
fair to the 
his parents 
they are eager! 
subsidy proposit 


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son of how the modern 
[ung woman operates. in 
the contract for the 
man she wants. she doesn't 
low down her negotiations 
wih wideangle unselfish 
considerations, as regards the 
nexorable financial account- 
ng. in the event it threatens 
to be difficult 
Rather, she just fixes her 
zim and bulldozes ahead to- 
ward her primary objective. 
namely marriage amd accom- 
She fig- 
ures the future will be met 
somehow—which is to say 
that like Scariett O'Hara. she 
declines to réckon with to 
orrow's problems until to 
morrow dawns 


THUS I SURMISE that 
Joan is probably the hopeful 
ndirect instigator and per 
sistent advocate of the pilot 
lo marry Ben this summer. 
And at this time she has 
powers of persuasion in win- 
ning him to her views, that 
parental wisdom cant coun- 
teract. Hence they may seem 
to be of one mind. But don''t 
be too hasty about evaiuat- 
ing Ben as fhe would-be 
sponger in the situation 

As for my opinion of the 
proposition: I think it marks 
both Ben and Joan as child 
1s andidates for marriage 
lacking in disciplined 
streneth of character and re 
ponsible foresighted atti- 

des. But to de «y them early 
marriage within the frame- 
work of parental help might 
be to invite worse hazards 

their relationship — just 
betause of their childish im- 
patient caliber 

If both sets of parents are 
welltodo, and not opposed 
to the youngsters love 
choice, it would be in line 
with modern mores, in bet- 
‘'’ class families to indorse 

college-age marriage. and 
nance them through school 
jut if youve been giving 

m a college education at 
same personal sacrifice, you 
hould draw the line there. 
Let them cooperate. by de- 
nying themselves. too. until 
they can take up the burden 
of their support. Or, if they 
marry. dont give them more. 
lally. than you were 
prepared’ to provide your 
child. as a student, before 

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Home in Arlington 


Mr. and Mrs. John A. Fri- 
dinger: are making their 
home in Arlington, Va.. fol- 
lowing their June wedding. 
Mrs. Fridinger is the former 
Betty Ann Alberts. daughter 
of Mrs. Anne Alberts of Ar- 
lington. The bridegroom is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John 
A. Fridinger of Arlington 


Living Here 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard D 
Marshall are now making 
imeir home in Washington. 
Mfrs. Marshall is the former 
M. Bernadine Johnson, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ber- 
nard Johnson of Newark. 
N. J. She is presently em- 
ployed as assistant counse! to 
the Senate Judiciary Subcom- 
mittee to Investigate Juvenile 
Delinquency 


Registrations 


Many of the @ or so co 
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Washington area are now ac- 
cepting registrations for the 
fall term. Information on any 
of these schools can be ob- 
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Animals With Talent 


By Ruth Wagner 
A FILE INDEX of the 
names and addresses of 2800 


animals is part of the busi- 
ness equipment of Lorraine 
D’Essen. a girl with as un 
usual a career as you could 
find 

She also has a farm whose 
livestock at present includes 
elephants and lions and lives 
mn a l?-room house in New 
York City along with three 
Russian wolfhounds, three 
Siamese cats. a Yorkshire 
terrier. an English sheepdog, 
a kangaroo, a llama, an Egyp- 
tian temple dove and a wom- 
bat (The latter. we're told, 
is “a small bear-like marsu- 
pial.” Its habitat is the tree 
tops of Australia.) 

Lorraine. & former adver- 
tising account executive, and 
her husband. Bernard D'Es 
sen. rum a business called 
Animal Talent Scouts, Inc. 
Lorraine is president, and 
Bernie, secretary-treasurer. 

She says that she started 
the Talent Scouts because as 
a city<iweller she was cur- 
jous about the animals and 
animal fibers (such as cash- 
mere. vicuna, etc.) that were 
always cropping up in ads, 
and because she felt sorry for 
those animals whose pictures 
were actually used in ads and 
who got stage fright in front 
of cameras 
This, she reasoned, was be- 
cause they didn't understand 
the new strange experience 
It wouldn't happen if the ani- 
mals were with someone they 
knew and liked 

So Lorraine and Bernie 
and their staff of eight peo- 
ple make friends of the ani- 
mais and get them used to 
civilized ways and go with 
them when they're called on 
to appear in fashion shows 
or on TV programs 


TALENT SCOUTS is a 
kind of four-footed modeling 
agency It supplies “chic” 
poodies for fashion shows, 
long-haired goats for cash- 
mere coat ads. lions and ti- 

rs for jungle scenes in TV 

Currently on the tal- 

roster are several ele- 
phants and donkeys, especial- 
ly for campai in year appear- 
ances at rallies and the like. 

The sheenodog named “Dun- 
nie” became a Broadway star 
“overnight.” in “King of 
Hearts.” according to Lor- 
raine, and subsequently ap- 
peared with Bob Hope in 
“That Certain Feeling.” the 
movie. version of the same 
play. now playing at Wash- 
ington’s Playhouse Inci- 
dentally. Dunnie is close 
friends with the D' Essen 
wombat, plays happily with 
it 

Lorraine never strikes an 
animal. believes kindness 
and gentieness are the best 
approach. Even with tigers 
and other “big cata” she has 
had better results' with soft 
words than some “adimal 
men” have ad with clubs 
and guns. The only time she 
ever used a gun was to shoot 
imto the air to frighten a mad 
dened lion into loosing a 
tapir Who had ventured too 
close to the Ddars of hie-cage 

Two of the wolfhounds, the 
dignified 95-pound Baron who 
is over 6 feet tall when he 
rears up on his hind legs, and 
the flirtatious Lady, who is 
so slender that she has a 19. 
inch waist. are at present 
touring the country with Mr 
and Mrs. D'Essen as “ambas- 
sadors of good will” for a 
new liquor, Wolfschmidt Vod- 
ka—staying at swank hotels, 
like the Shoreham, and stop- 
ping traffic whenever they 
stroll magnificently down the 
street 

The other day Lorraine 
went shopping on Connecti- 
cut ave. Bernie and the wollf- 
hounds waited outside the 
store while she tried on 
shoes 

I'm with those beautiful 
dogs,” Lorraine chattily told 


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ANIMAL FRIENDS: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard D’Essen, 
two of their business associates, 
have an informal afternoon visit in their suite at 
Mrs. D’Essen is president and her husband, 
Animal Talent 


schmidt, 
the Shoreham. 


secretary-treasurer of a unique business, 
which gets animals used to people, cameras and 
stages so that they can appear on TV or in fashion shows 
are Russian wolf- 


Scouts. 


without nervousness. 


Sounds of the “Czarist” 


Lady 


coats. Thats 


Virs. D' Essen 


the salesman What dogs’” 
asked the man. who couldn't 
see a thing | he knot of 
admiri peop! who sur- 
rounded D'Ess and the 
aristocratic hou 
BARON AND LADY, who 
belong to a wolfhound popu 
lation of only six or seven 
hundred in this country, have 
appeared in movies, added 
elegance to fashion shows 
(Dior even wants to design a 
gown to go with them, Lor- 
raine reports) and plan to of- 
fer their first offspring ‘as | 
mascots for the 27th Infantry 
“Wolfhound” regiment. 
Some of their “gaze-hound” 
elatives—so called because 
wolfhounds hunt by sight in- 
stead of smell or hearing— | 
are used to hunt coyotes and 
wolves in the middie and 
southwest | 
Bernie D’Essen recently | 
gave up his job in sales pro- 
motion for pharmaceutical 
supplies to devote all of his 
working time to his wife's | 
four-footed friends. Now he | 
too is a fast friend of the 
wolfhounds, whe like him 
especially well when he feeds 
them hard boiled eggs or 
hamburgers, and he's also 
friendly with the other mem- 
bers of the household manag- 
erie, Who are at present miss- 
ing the D'Essens badiy 
“Everybody keeps looking 
for us, prowjing up and down- 
stairs and all around the 
house,” says Lorraine of the 
left-behind animals who are | 
being watched out for by 
other members of the staff in | 
Manhattan 
All of the 


animals are 
“hand-raised,” will eat out of 
the hands of their friends 
and obey them implicitly on ‘| 
stage or runway or in front 
of a camera. The D Essens | 
would never thiik of giving | 
their animals to a zoo, feel | 
that it would be kinder to | 
shoot them than to put them 
behind bars after they have | 
become used to the freedom 
and loving care of a hon 
Lorraine frequently Jakes 
some of her beasts onfhospi- 
tal visits and says the young 
patients, some of whom have 
seen few animals in their citi- 
fied lives, have a. wonderful 
time feeding dried corn to 
Samantha the Goose and rai- 
sins to Linda the Llama. 


Residing in Vienna, Va. 

Pfe. Richard Allen McKin- 
ney, USMC, and Mrs. Me- 
Kinney are now residing in 
Vienna, Va., following their | 
July wedding. Mrs. McKin- | 
ney, the former Marsha | 
Lynn Gates, is the daughter | 
of Mr. and Mrs. George W. 
Gates. of Vienna, Va Her | 
husband is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Theodore McKin- 
ney of Knoxville, Tenn. 


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PARIS, 
swaggering elegance harking 
back to 1910 marked the 
Pierre Balmain collection to- 
day as the second week of the 
new fashion season got under 
way. 

Priceless furs bordered 
trains on fabulous evening 
coats. Birds of paradise, 
aigrette and ostrich plumes 
shot up from formal hairdos 
to nod royally in passage. 

These clothes, said the de- 
signer, “turn in nostalgia to- 
ward ... Boldini beauties, 
D’Annunzio heroines, parad- 
ing with greyhounds in Flor- 
entine groves.” 

One mink evening coat was 
cut to floor-sweeping propor- 
tions. Many Balmain neck- 
lines were down to the waist- 
line—in the back. 

Instead of capes, which are 
becoming something more 
than obvious this season, 
Balmain does jackets and 
coats which only look like 
capes in back view. They get 
their fullness from a deep 
fold on each side, starting 
from a sloped shoulderline. 

Bosoms are emphasized 
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trasting color or fabrie. 
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tricky to explain, but the re- 
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look thrown forward, and the 
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The little black dress is 
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Balmain does dozens of them, 
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The Burkes - 


Entertain 
His Deputy 


The €hief of Naval Oper- 
ations .and Mrs. Arileigh 
Burke entertained yesterday 
at a dinner in honor of Dep- 
uty Chief of Naval Opera- 
tions and Mrs. Matthias B. 
Gardner_at Admiral’s House 
of the Naval Observatory. 
Among their guests were 
Under Secretary of the 
Navy Thomas S. Grtes, Vice 
Adm. and Mrs. Herbert G. 
Hopwood; -Vice Adm. and 
Mrs. George L. Russell, Vice 
Adm. and Mrs. Ruthven E. 
Libby, Rear Adm. and Mrs. 
Rufus £. Rose, Rear Adm. 
and Mrs. William V. Davis, 
and Mrs. Robert W. Cave- 
nagh. 


This week is well-filléd with 
parties for the service 
sect. On board the USS Se- 
quoia on Aug. 1, Asst. Secre- 
tary of the Navy and Mrs. 
William B. Franke are enter- 
tainting at a dinner-cruise for 
Chinese Ambassador and 
Mme. Hollington Tong. 
Checking tn on the same day 
for a visit is. Sir Richard 
Gale. the Commander Gen- 
eral of Northern Army Group 
NATO. A fellow countryman, 
Maj. Gen. Valentine Bouch- 
er (he heads the British Army 
staff) will entertain at an & 
p. m. dinner for Sir Richard 
on Aug. 2 at the Bouchers’ 
Nebraska ave. residence . 
Commandant’s House at the 
Marine Barracks will form 
the setting for a dinner party 
on July 31 when Comman- 
dant and Mrs. Randolph McC. 
Pate entertain at dinner for 
the new chairman of the 
British Joint Services Mis 
sion Adm. Sir Michael and 
Lady Denny Mai. Ger 
and Mrs. Ridgley Gaithers’ 
dinner party on Aug. 2 at 
the Ft. Leslie J. MeNair Of 
ficers’ Club is a farewell to 
Canadian Brig. Gen. and Mrs 
J. W. Bishop, who take off 
soon for duty in Vancouver 
. August 4 is the date of 

Army Medical Corps 
ninth birthday celebration 
Local corps members will 
gather at the Walter Reed 
Officers’ Club for a cocktail 
buffet. 


The blue and 
Army Chaplain 
over the floral 
day at a reception celebrat- 
Ing the 18lst anniversary of 
the Corps in Patton Hall of 
Ft. Myer, Va. Preceding the 
parti was an anniversary 
parade 


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Culting the birthday cake 
at the party was Mrs. Walter 
L.. Weible. wife of the Deputy 
Chief of Staff, USA. Ags 
int in the ceremony was the 
Chief of Army Chaplains, 
Geen. Patrick J. Ryas 

Among the guests were 
former Chief of Chaplains 

William Arnold. and 
Morris Sheehy 


General and Sirs. Charites 
Bolte and Maj. General and 
Mrs. J. G. Christensen are 
receiving congratulations on 
the arrival of a grandson 
orn in Frankfurt on July 
22, the baby is the second son 
of Captain and Mrs. Philip 
Lawrence Bolte (she is the 
former Lorel Christensen 
Recent arrivals on the Wash. 
ington scene are Vice Ad. 
miral and Mrs. Herbert H 
Hopwood. Admiral Hopwood. 
who commanded the First 
Fleet in the Pacific. reliewed 
Vice Admiral Roscoe Good 
as Deputy Chief of Nawal 
Operations for Logistics 
Taking off soon for Oxford 
Ohio, are Marine Major and 
Mrs. W. S. Witt. Major Witt. 
who is Aide to Asst. Secre- 
tary of the Navy W. B 
Franke, will teach at Miami 
University. 


--—— —_ 


A HIGH KICK is given by girls of Aquiana, a local syn- 
chronized swimming group, during the finale of their “Can- 


Can” number. 


The girls, who give many performances in 


the area, starred at the Army-Navy Country Club Satur- 
day night. Their next engagement is at the Norbeck Coun- 


Feels Fine: 


She Is 
Ready 


of Democratic 

Humphrey of 
candidate 
into the vice 


THE WIFE 
Hubert H 
Minnesota. latest 
to toss his hat 
presidential ring, said yester- 
day she feels “fine” about the 
announcement, although 
said wasnt “in on 
decision.” 

“The Vice President's 
is pretty hard, I guess, but I 
think we could make the ad- 
justment to the life.” she told 
a Washington Post and Times 
Herald reporteé! 

Mrs. Humphrey and 
Senator have been in Wash- 
ington eight years, and 
aithough their present enter- 
taining tends to be informal, 
snes confident that enter- 
taining is another hurdle that 
could be cleared in the line 
of “adjustments.” 


Sen 


she 


the 


DELEGATES to the Demo- 
cratic Convention in Chicago 
will have an opportunity to 
meet Mrs. Humphrey in the 
lounge run by congressional 
wives for the use of delegates 
and their friends. She will 
be one of the hostesses. The 


. . 
convention itself wiil be the 


second she has attended 
None of the Humphreys’ 
four children will be in 
(hicago to watch the battle 
for the vice presidential 
nomination. The three boys 
tne eldest is 14—are at 
summer camp in Minnesota 
Daughter Nancy is attending 
summer school at Rethesda- 
Chevy Chase High School. 


Horse Show 


Hiorse show fans are ex- 
pected in force at the Lions 
Club of Elkton horse show 
to be held at Spotswood 
Field. Elkton, Va. Satur- 
day, September & 


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Bias ee 


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Vital Fact: 


Surprising Miss Universe 


HOLLYWOOD, -July @® 
(INS) Miss Universe, beauti- 
ful brunette Carol Morris of 
Ottumwa, lowa, heads east 
from Hollywood today leav- 
ing behind her a very sur- 
pifsed group of news re- 
porters 

The surprise stems from 
the fact revealed only yester- 
day that she was an adopted 
child, a vital statistic of 
which neither she nor her 
foster parents had given any 
inkling when she won the 
international beauty title at 
Long Beach 10 days ago 

While the 20-year-old, 
statuesque girl traveled to 
New York for personal ap- 


ae —— 


* 


” 


try Club Aug. 8 They are (top 
helm, Ellieh Bailey, Betty McWilliams, Maryse Delevaux, 
Helen Fogel, Thelma Wilhelm, Valerie Markwood, Patsy 
Golden, Barbara Van Dusen, Carolyn Donsavage, Soma 


Golden, and Donna Erdahil 


Ms ; 
"ip. . 


| Engaged| 


CAROLINE K. RAYMOND 
—METIN TAMKOC 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray- 
mond of Rockville, Md.. an- 
nounce the engagement of 
their daughter, 
King, to Metin Tamkoc, son 
of Mrs. Mediha Eratay of An- 
kara, Turkey. Miss Raymond 
attended the University of 
Maryland. Her fiance re- 
ceived his M.A. degree from 
the University of Maryland 
and now attends Georgetown 
School of Law. 


MARY LOU HAIRE 
—HUBERT T. LAUKAITIS 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Haire 
of Marion, N. C., announce 
the engagement of their 
daughter, Mary Lou, to 
S/Sgt. Hubert T. Laukaitis, 
USMC, son of Mrs. Nellie M. 
Laukaitis of Worcester, 
Mass., and the late George 
Laukaitis. Miss Haire at- 
tended Stetson University in 
De Land, Fia., and is now 
employed by the 
Revenue Service, Washing- 
ton. Her fiance attended 
Marietta College in Marietta, 
Ohio; and is now stationed at 
Camp LeJeune, N. C. 


MARY E. KOELB 

—WM. J. HOUSTON JR. 
Mrs. Priscilla 1. Koelb an- 
nounces the engagement of 
her daughter, Mary Eliza- 
beth, to William John Hous- 
ton Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 
W. J. Houston of Silver 
Spring, Md. Miss Koelb is 
the daughter of the late Rev. 
Howard E. Koelb. 


a 


vy Jim McNamera. Staff Photographer 
to bottom): Mary Lee Wil- 


Caroline | 


Internal | 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
ee Tuesday, July 31, 1956 27 


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pearances, reporters checked 
their notes and found that 
her foster parents, the Rev. 
and Mrs. LaVerne Morris, 
had been very 
closely about their daughter 
at the pageant 

Rev. Morris. when asked 
about the lack of resem- 
blance between him and the 
girl, replied 
“I'm always being kidded 
about it and I just say she 
takes after her mother.’ 
The matter was fully ¢x- 
plained yesterdas when 
Carol and her parents talked 
to newsmen at a gay party 
of Miss Universe pageant 


questioned 


— 


Buying for Baby 


Is a Big Business 


BABY, From Page 25 


pair of tongs, a can opener, 
a pyrex or metal container 
with markings for mixing and 
measuring in one operation, 
measuring spoons; a combi- 
nation funnel-strainer, and 
several rolls of sterile gauze 
wide enough to fit over the 
bottle rim (this will save you 
maddening moments wath 
clogged nipples). 

You may or may not want 
to get a bottle warmer. They 
vary in prices from $3 to $5. 
They're faster than a sauce- 
pan on the stove or holding 
the bottle under a hot-water 
faucet. You can also connect 
the warmer in the nursery 
and comfort your hungry and 
howling infant until his milk 
is ready. 


WHEN IT COMES to 
shopping for baby clothes, 
misers succumb almost 4s 
easily as millionaires to the 
displays of delicate, dainty 
little garments. Be practical, 
unless you love laundering 
or are in the income bracket 
that just drops dirty clothes 
in a hamper and never sees 
them again until they reap- 
pear in the bureau drawer. 

One fancy outfit may be 
all your heir will need, and 
this can do double duty for 
both his hospital homecom- 
ing and his christening if 
you decide on all-white. A 
snowy sweater and shawl, 
with booties anda bonnet 
to match, will also see future 
service with brothers and 
sisters alike. 


ABOUT $30 will take care 
of everyday clothing. Here 


is what the experts advise: | 

Four to six short-sleeved | 
shirts; four to six kimones; | 
four to six receiving blankets; | 


four to six gowns; at least 
three pairs of socks (short): 
safety pins: two pairs of 
waterproof panties; . insert 
sizes 


Some recommend 
the six-month 


on sizes 
skipping 


sizes in favor of ones, even | 


though your wee infant may 
look lost for the first few 
weeks. Chances are, 
thing smaller will be out- 
grown so fast you'll hardly 
have the new washed out. 


UNLESS you own a wash- 


er-dryer, consider stretching 
your budget to include a 
diaper service. An average 


weekly cost is $2.50 for 12 
diapers’a day delivered twice | 
weekly. You get a choice of | 
several styles. A deodorized | 


hamper and nylon leundry 


bag are provided and the | 
delivery man takes away the | 


soiled supply. Most com- 


panies also rent scales for 


75 cents or so a month. 

If you buy diapers, -the 
average cost is about $3 a 
dozen. 


THAT takes care of abso- | 


lute essentials. If there's 


_ still a balance in your check- 
book, consider 
| these: 


any or all of 


grew it. 


and teething babies. A 
second-hand store price can 
be as low as $5 

® A car bed. Some models 
double as carriages and car 
seats. One economy-minded 
couple let their infant siecep 
in the device until he oul- 


®*A carriage. Maybe 
friends will offer to lend you 
one. This is an item some 
young couples buy jointly. 
One mother uses it for mora- 
ing airings, the other in the 
afternoon. 

®Cameras. A  simple-to- 
operate still camera, with 
flash attachment, can be had 
for under $10 and takes very 
good pictures. Or you can 
record your offspring’s first 
wiggles, sneezes and smiles 
in action with a $30 movie 
camera. One husband ate 
hamburger every other day 
for a month while his wife 
saved for this item! 

® A chest of drawers. The 
wicker wardrobes, a choice 
of the Mountforts. costs 
about $15. So do unpainted 
chests of a good size. 


There is conflicting advice | 


any- 


In this week's Post, Wally 
Westmore tells you, in his 
own words, about the 
amazing rele he plays as 
dean of Holly wood’s make-. 
up men! Learn how stars 
tell him everything from 
their work problems to the 
troubles they have with 
cheating husbands! Dis- 
cover how he handles the 
facial problems of such 
stars as Grace Kelly, 
Audrey Hepburn and Deb- 
orah Kerr! Don't miss 
“I Make Up Hellywood” 
in this week's Post! 

Read ¥ ally © estmore’s Six 
Secrets jor Handling Y our 
Own Makel p Problems! 


Out today—on ali newsstands 


“Wd 


winners beside 
the 


the pool at 
Ambassador Hote! 


MISS MORRIS, a coed at 
Drake Unwersity, said she 
Was surprised to find that the 
fact she was an adopted 
daughter had not been 
common knowledge all long. 

Also at the gathering were 
the foster parents. Morris 
said of his tall, willowy girl: 

I wish you knew how much 
she means to us. No parents 
could love their Shildren 
more than we love Carol. 
Love is one thing she has | 
aiways known abundantly 
and she has always given us 
her affection.” 

The Morrises said they 
have no fear that they are 
about to lose Carol to the 
siren call of Hollywood fame 
and fortune. 

“It was our wish that she 
should try for this prize.” 
Morris said, “and we don’t 
think it will change her.” 


see the new fall 


Today—big Jelleff 
value day! 


Savings of 4 


Sports Shop—Third Floor 

$6.99 to $7.99 Summer Blouses, $4. Cottons, 
rayons and Dacrons. 

$19.99 Cotton Beach Jackets, $12. Black. 
$19.99 Famous Make Bathing Suits, $12. 
|-pc. plaid and solid cotton suits with flared 
Skirts, little boy shorts. 10 to 16. 

$3.99 and $5.99 Denim Skirts & Culottes, $3. 
$10.99 Cotton Plaid Slacks, $5. Black or 
green. 


Coats, Suits—Third Floor 
Misses’! Women's! Juniors’ $59.99 to $89.99 
Coats, $35. 

Misses’ $49.99 to $59.99 Long Spring Coats, 
$25. Dressy, casual 

Misses’ $39.95 Pastel Coats, $20. Pink, yel- 
low, blue, beige. 

Misses’ $39.99 Spring Wool Coats, $15. 
Juniors’ $35 to $39.99 Long Coats, $20. 
Navy, gold, white, blue, coral. 

Women’s $39.99 Spring Wool Toppers, $20. 
Short and =4 lengths, proportioned. 12 to 18. 
$49.99 to $59.99 Suits, $35. Dressmaker 
wools, tweeds; some linen costumes! Misses’ 
and juniors’—one or two of a kind. 


Misses’ & Women’s Dresses—2nd Fi. 
Misses’ $17.99 and $19.99 Dresses, $7.95. 
Misses’ $17.99 te $22.99 Summer Dresses, 
$12. Tailored and dressy afternoon styles. 
Women’s $17.99 to $22.99 Summer Dresses, 
$10. Tailored and dressy. 

Women's $25 and $29.99 Dresses, $15 and 
$20. Chiffons, voiles. 


$12.99 and $14.99 Cottons... $7.99 
Sheer dotted batistes, plaid ginghams, do- 
mestic striped dotted Swiss, eyelet embroi- 
dered cottons, lace-trimmed cotton madras 

.. Many are one or two of a kind in sizes 
2 to 20 and a few 14 plus to 20 plus. 


Fifth Floor, F Street and selections at all Branch Stores 


the girls who know, serve you! 


frak Reb offm 
® STREET SHIRLINGTON S8ETHESDA 
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Shop 


| on” 

Now Open! , 
Always a great event for college 

and career girls . . . come and 


SAVER SPRING CONN AVE 4 


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fashions, have 


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College Fashion Show 
August 8th at 8:30 P.M. 


Mayflower Hotel, Grand Ballroom 
Get your tickets, Free for the asking, 
in the College Shop, 4th floor, F Street, 
and at all Jelleff Branch Stores. There's lots 
.of news in the Fall Forecast . . . come see! 


Season-End 
to 4% and More! 


iehasiians and Corsets—2nd Floor 


$5.99 Nylon Satin & Cuddylen Slips, $3.99. 
$3.95 Sheath Style Petticoats, $2. Gold- 
printed white cotton 

$3.99 Cool No-lron Sleepwear, $2.99. Cotton 
plisse gowns and pajamas 

$3.99 Cotton Broadcloth Pajamas, $2.99. Sizes 
32 to 40 | 
$6.99 to $7.99 Blendaire Batiste Gowns, $4.99. 
Pull or waltz lengths. 

$18.50 Famous Make Foundations, $8.95. 
Nylon and lastex combinations. 

hg to $15 Nylon and Lastex Girdles, 
$12.50 Lastex Pantie Girdles, $6.95. Small, 
medium or large. 

$3.95 to $7.95 Nylon Tricot Lingerie, $2.95 
and $35. 

$4.95 Stephanie Paneled Slips, $3.99. 

$5.95 to $12.95 Nylon Tricot Gowns, $3.95 
to $10.95. 


Teens Apparel! Junior Sportswear!— 
: 4th Floor 


Juniors’ $39.99 and $49.99 Wool Suits, $20. 
Also silk and wool blends. 

Juniors’ $29.99 and $39.99 Wool Coats, $15. 
Mint green. 
Juniors’: $25 Long Rayon Faille Dress Coats, 
$15. Navy or black. 

Juniors’ $8.99 Two-Piece Cotton Play Suits, 


$5.99 

Teens’ $22.99 to $25 White Nylon Evening 
Gowns, $10. 

Teens’ $17.99 to $22.99 Summer Dresses, $10. 
Teens’ $8.99 and $10.99 Summer Dresses, $5. 
Cottons, rayons, prints, jacketed 


Junior Dresses—4th Floor 


Juniors’ $8.95 to $14.99 Cottons, $5. Sheaths, 
sun backs with ful! skirts 

Juniors’ $10.99 to $14.99 Cottons, $7.95. 
Printed and checked cottons in long, short or 
sleeveless styles, full skirted shirtwaist styles 
in white and pastels. Breken sizes 9 to 15. 
Fourth floor. 


French ‘Room Dresses—-Second Floor, F Street 
racks of exciting finds for you to pick and choose! 


All this week! Silver Spring Week! 


We join in this great baer eta event with an enthusiastic outpouring of special values’ The 


merchandise is not only of ti 
astic response is most gratifying’ 


y interest, it is quality-right and fashion-right. 


Your enthusi- 


® Cotton dresses, misses’, women’s and juniors’ fashions, beach wear. 
© Accessories, lingerie, children’s wear . . . all through the store, on every floor, Jelleff 


quality merchandise at special prices! 


® Extra! Winter Coat Samples from Sycamore! $79.99 to $110 Coats at $59. 
Juniors’ and Misses’ sample sizes only . . . and only at Silver Spring! 


THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
Tuesday, July 31, 1956 


28 


Gieeeeeses, 


Today's Events 
The Sketching Group, Uni- 


g 


Anne’s Trading Post 


_ Seeks Substitute 


For Sugar in Jelly 


Slick Trick 


Wake Up to World Woes, Businessmen Are Told 


CHARLES TOWN... W. 
July 30 “*—The president of 
the U. S. Chamber of Com- 


Va., Burroughs Corp., of Detroit. 


“The 


There is @ grim race for men’s intercontinental 
problems we now con- minds in Europe, Asia and Af- there would be little security 
front are indeed of interna. rica. 
tional proportions,” he added. 
merce tonight urged America’s “The struggle is. world-wide. that no one can hide from an the human race.” 


businessmen to look past their 
own industries and assume re- 


missile and 


for a continent threatened by 
“But the irrefutible fact is the hospitity of two-thirds of 


— 7 


versity Women's Club say sponsiblilties toward world 
Vb S theas ogee > WITH MOST fresh fruits Can Anne readers advise me conditions 
eodore Kane, 20th st ‘ ‘here this type of work is . 
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Regarding the practicality 
of cork tile for a living room: 
Some years ago I gave cork 
tile @ severe test in actual 
use and found it tremendous 
ly satistactory. I installed the 
tile in a tiny entrance hall, 
3 by 5. where there was con- 
stant traffic, including all the 
small friends of my three 


played and ate at a small 

table in this hall 
A friend who used cork tile 
in a dining room complained 
that grease spilled on the 
cork left a permanent stain 
J.HS. 


| MORE NOTES 


CORK TILES are beautiful 
and nice to walk on. Tile 
floors do not sweat the mois- 
ture. through. Cork takes 
quite a lot of care to keep in 
order. I feel an asphalt tile 
would be most practical for 


OUR PANTRY was con- 
verted to a downstairs bath. 
The walls are in terrible con- 
dition. The plaster is 
or through the paint 

the cracks are fairly 
large. Is it possible to put 
some kind of tile or plastic 
wallboard up without cdm- 
pletely repairing the plaster? 


young children . or 
PIER ANGEL! The tile is warm under foot We want to do Ly een Informal 
mote even in the coldest weather, kup Seapeeions a 
“SOMEBODY UP attractive to look at, easy to CINE og - man Luncheon 
THERE UMES MO? wash, clean and wax. After a ge ote hanks to 
a year, it showed no sign of 1 F-. RE. 5S. Mrs. D. C. McL., , x Rendezvous 
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Child Behavior 


Quarreling 
Adds Spice 


For Age 3. 


Coleman was speaking to his 
home folks. He left his home| 


in Charles Town after World 
War I to enter the business 
field. 


He is president of the 


It’s “the” 


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Hollywood Notes 


Gals Will ‘Waltz’ 


-lo Hugh 


’s ‘Whip’ 


By Hedda Hopper . 
HOLLYWOOD, July 30—Hugh Marlowe, involved in a slap- 


ping incident on stage during os 


Anniversary Waltz,” has a pic- 


ture with a very appropriate title, “Man With a Whip,” which 
Bob Stabler will produce for 20th. Hugh will have several 
girl costars. Wonder if they'll demand a no-slapping clause | 


in their contract? Girls play 


dance-hall hostesses who 


tossed out of a town in Kansas... Jane Powell tells me that 
for her film “The Girl Most Likely.” she'll have three co 


stars of equal importance 


They want Jack Lemmon, Aldo 


Ray and one more. Jane had to turn down a color spectacw- 
lar on TV in September, also rearrange her schedule for Las 


Vegas because of the picture. 


Both she and Ethel Merman 


will sing at Republican convention in San Francisco. 
Raymond Burr's next starring role will be in “The Fever 

Tree,” in which he plays a tyeoon in a wheelchair who learns 

his wife married him for money only, then plots to kill both 


the wife and her lover. 


It will be made in Havana, Cuba. Ran 


into Burr the other day and he said, “You know you're 


really responsible ‘for my career. 


nickel and laying bricks in the 
you used to lunch You 
wouldn't move your feet, so 
we got into a hassle. I told 
you | was an actor. You 
said. ‘Then what are you do- 
ing here? Stick to your pro- 
fession and starve for it” 
And I got so mad I decided 
to take your advice.” .. 

I've discovered the secret 
of Yul Brynner’s atomic en- 
ergy. He has an oxygen tent 
in his dressing room and 
when Britishers are sipping 
tea on the set of “Anasta- 
sia.” he inhales oxygeh, then 
bounces on the sound stage 
to dumfound them. He did 
same thing during stage run 
of “The King and IL.” Yul 
bought a Mercedes-Benz 


RICHARD L. COE is on 
vacation. His column will 
resume on his return. 


sports car which his wife and 
son are driving to a place he 
got for them on the Riviera. 
His i?-yearold stepsister 
Catherine is playing with 
him in the picture. He'll 
bring her to America with 
his family in September 
Jef Hunter checked into 
California Hospital for obser- 
vation. he feared galistones, 
but his M. D. couldn't find 
‘em 

ZSA ZSA Gabor was hav- 
ing a celebration dinner with 
Harry Karl when her friend 


I was down to my last 
patio of the Ivar House where 


Derek Goodman errived in 
town. Day later Porfirio 
Rubirosa phoned from France 
that he'll be here in couple 
of weeks. So it seems ap 
propriate fr her to buy “The 
Tall, Dark Stranger.” which 
she ‘did with Hugh O'Bria 

on TV, for an 4 ecare mn | 
picture George Sanders 
will be her costar in it, and I 
daresay some of the tall, dark 
handsome fellows in her pri- 
ate life will also be included 
Could be a riot. Yes? 


TWENTY . THOUSAND 
FLORISTS from all over the 
country are sending blossoms 
to drop on heads of those at- | 
tending premicre of “High 
Society” Wednesday night. 
I hope thorns will be removed 
from roses to avoid pricked 
feelings ... Mighty comital 
that George Murphy is ar- 
ranging entertainment for 
Republicans in San Francisco 
while boss man Dore Schary 
does same service for Demo- 
crats in Chicago. Could be 
friendly competition, or play- 
ing both ends against the 
middle Bing Crosby's 
closest friends believe this 
present fishing trip will be 
his last as a bachelor—that 
the date of his marriage to 
Kathryn Grant is imminent. 


‘Chicage Tribunte-N. Y¥ 
Syndica‘e 


Nees 


a. 4 


D.C. Man and Partner 
Lead Bridge Tourney 


NEW YORK. July 30 (”—In 
the national summer tourna 
ment of the American Contract 
Bridge League, Alvin Roth, of 
Washington, D. C., and Tobias 
Stone, of New York, today lead 
the er of 156 life master pairs 
with 601% points. 

After completion of two qual- 
ifying rounds, the pairs on 
Tuesday enter the final sessions 
of the tournament. 

Following Roth and Stone in 
Group I—300 and more master- 
points—standings were: 

John C. Kunkel, Harrisburg, 
Pa. and Michael Michaels, 
Washington, D. C., 793% points; 
Murray L. Schnee, Jamaica, 
N. Y.,. and Jay T. Feigus, New 
York, 781; Sam Katz, Miami 
Beach, and Jules Tilles, New 
York, 756; Sidney Silodor and 
John R. Crawford, both of 
Philadelphia, and William Jo- 
seph, Paterson, N. J. and W. W 
Jackson, Rochester, N. Y.. tied 
for fifth place with 755 points 

In group Il—pairs with 50 to 
299 masterpoints—the standing 
was as follows: 

Sam Fuoti, New York, and 
Howard Moss Levittown, N. Y.. 
704 points; Jack Horton, West 
Islip, N. Y.. and David Schiffer 


Weisbach, 676, and Louis Bern- 
ard, playing with Robert Sharp 
of New York, 756%2 points. 


‘Oops’ Taken as Bid 


At Bridge Tourney 


NEW YORK, July 30 *—Ap- 
parently the lowest bid in 
title bridge history—“less than 
one club"—was made yester- 
day in the national summer 
tournament of the American 
Contract Bridge League. 

A dealer dropped his cards 
to the floor and said, “Oops.” 
The next player thought he 
had heard “pass,” and bid one 
club. 

The dealer protested an out- 
of-turn bid. 

The referee said: “Players 
must not make misleading re- 
marks. ‘Oops’ will be treated 
as a bid of less than one club.” 


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Mrs. Temple Awaits 
Surgery in Hospital 

HOLLYWOOD, July 30 (INS) 
Mrs. Gertrude Temple, mother 
of Shirley Temple, is a patient 
at Santa Monica Hospital to 
day, preparatory to surgery. 

Shirley Temple. one-time 
child film Star. now is the wife 
of Charlies Black and lives in 
the San Francisco Bay area 
with her husband and three 
children. 


MATS Headquarters 


In Hawaii to Move 
Assectated Press 

The Military Air Transport 
Service (MATS) yesterday an- 
nounced plans to move 
headquarters of its Pacific divi- 
sion from Hickam Air Force 
to Parks 


Force Base, near Pleasanton. 


Calif. 


The transfer will 
personnel and 
to the mainland. 


send 400 
their families 


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In Chicago | 


Is Battled 


CHICAGO, July 30 ~—Sixty- 
three new case of polio and 
two deaths during a 72-hour 
weekend period prompted the 
Chicago Board of Health today 
to call for a house-to-house 
drive to encourage Salk vac- 
cine inoculations. 

The new cases and fatalities 
boosted the totals reported 
since Jan. 1 in Chicago to 422 
cases and 11 deaths, more than 
the 391 for the whole of 1955. 
The figures compared with 100 
cases and 5 deaths in the same 
period in 1952, when the’ city 
experienced its highest previ- 
ous incidence of poliomyelitis. 

Dr. Herman N. Bundesen, 
president of the Board of 
Health said: 

“Chicago ought to be mobi- 
lized.” Women's clubs—every 
club—ought to go from house 
to house. | urge every person 
eligbdle for vaccine to go to 
their family doctor, the nearest 
hospital, or one of tHe various 
Board of Health stations to get 
the shots 

“I am not at all panicky.” 
Bundesen deciared. “We can 
lick this. The disease has not 
reached epidemic proportions.” 

He said 500,000 persons need 
to be inoculated in the next 
two weeks 

A Syearold boy and a 14 
year-old girl were ‘he latest 
deaths reported. Neither had 
received vaccine. 

Of the 422 cases reported this 
vear, 37 had received vaccine. 
but none had the full three-shot 


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slave citi in Loew's Capitol 
King and I, and Mr. Harry 
Angelico who stocks the best 
Italian food m town at Center 
Market City are both favorites 
with their respective audiences. 
Mr. Angelico will not enly help 
you wth your Italian food 
selection. hell even teach you 
how to prepare it. 


Merit-Hiring Praised | 
By 100 Illinois Firms Prince Pierre 
Operated on 


In Virginia 


ion merit with preference to adjustment. 


‘ ¥ 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD : 
st He Fs Tuesday, July 31, 1956 29 


funds has prepared a graphic 
presentation of high spots of 
the report entitled “Here’s How 
Merit Employment Works.” 
The chamber states, 


the Illinois State Chamber of 
Commerce that companies 
which hire minority group 
members on a nondiscrimina-|™ 


meet successfully both the real! 


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More Salk Vaccine 


International News Service 


Ju 

The Illinois State Chamber Monaco, father of Prince Ra-/S4!d then “there are no plans 
of Commerce, out of its own'nier III, underwent a stomach “or @ wedding) at the moment, 
ulcer operation here today. 


described as good by his physi-' 
“This cian, Dr. John F. McGavock.) 
survey confirms the opinion of The operation was performed 
by I 
head of the radiology depart- 


and imaginary problems of in-|his address.on the hospital ad- 
mission card as.“Telly-Ho” at 


of 
miles east of here. The resi- 
dence ig owned by James S. 
The Government yesterday re-/Twohey, who vacates it soon 
leased 3,733,902 doses of Salk/for a year’s trip to Europe 


but | _ 


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DOROTHY KILGALLEN is} 
on vacation. Her column will 
resume on her return. 


spring that Prince Pierre and 
Mrs. Audrey Emery of “Old - 
Ordinary”, just east of here, 


CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.,\Were Planning to marry, But 
ly 30 W—Prince Pierre of “TS. Emery’s private secretary 


The prince’s condition was 


TODAY'S 


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Dr. Harry Lee Archer,| 


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CHICAGO, July 30—Hiring of non-whites in the matter of 
Thirty-five men- 
color is both practical and effi- tioned wage assignments. Seven 
cient, according to 100 Illinois mentioned absenteeism and sey-| 
“_ that os tried it. ne.|eh_ mentioned personality prob- 
ported in & survey by the Ifi-°™% Such as. ‘carrying @ chip 
nois Commission on Human °" the shoulder. 
Relations. 
The sufvey was conducted 
under the direction of Riley H. 
Pittman, executive director. 
The report shows that any 
firm, regardless of size, type or 
geographical location can de- 
velop a workable merit pro- 
gram, said Pittman. 
The Smaliest firm in the sam- 
~ had nine “employes, the 
argest approximately 38,000. 
“All 100 employers came 
nearest to expressing complete 
agreement on the policy of ‘no 
race differentials in promo- 
tions, layoffs and pay scales,’ ” tegration. 
Pittman reported. 
Only two of the 100 firms 
maintained a policy of white 
foremen_ only and only one pre- 
ferred Negro foremen where 
most of the workers were Ne- 
roes. 
. The general sentiment of the Polo vaccine for immediate use| 
employers was, “Non-whites aod inoculation programs, 
working at various jobs are no said some states are still turn- 
longer a novelty. Put them in a ing back excess supplies. 
new ‘department and not a The vaccine released yester- 
thing happens.” day, produced by the Eli Lilly 
Eighty-six employers thought ©°- and Pitman Moore, Inc., 
white and non-white workers Tings to almost 86 million the 
on the same job were about total number of doses approve 
equally efficient. - since the vaccine program be- 
Seventy-two used one set of $4" in April, 1955. 
standards for all alike, and only ; 
28 used special screening for ¢ 
non-whites 
Forty-seven firms reported 
ohe or more special problems 
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D.C. Legal List Adds 
29 Common Stocks 


By S. Oliver Goodman 


Financie! Editer 


Twenty-nine common stocks 


have been added to the new 


list of legal investments: for trust funds In the District of 


Columbia, covering the second 
‘ The list is drafted 


register of wills forthe District’ 


of Columbia, under the rules of 
the United States District 
Court 


The only common stock 
removed from the legal list was 
that of Household Finance. 

A spokesman for Cogswell 
said that Household Finance 
common and, preferred stocks 
were removed because the 
firm's earnings failed to meet 
interest charges and preferred 
dividend requirements by the 
required margin of 2% times 
Over a two-year period 

Many utility and municipal 
bonds and preferred stocks as 
well as the 29 common stocks 
were added to the list 

Following are the industrial 
end public utility common 
stocks found on the list for 
the first time 

California Electric Power, 
Taciede Gas Co. Minnesota 
Power & Light and New Eng 
land Electric System 

Alleghany Ludium Steel 
American Machine & Foundry, 
Babock & Wilcox, Bridgeport 
Brass Carborundum Co 
Climax Molybdenum, . Cluett 
Peabody & Co. Combustion 
Engineering, Continental Bak- 
ing, Dana Corp., Dixie Cup. 
Dresser Industries, H. J. Heinz 

oO. 

Also 
heed 


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Interehemical] 

Aircraft, Melville 
Minnesota & Ontario 
Outboard Marine & 

g. Co. Pittsburgh Con- 
solidation Coal, Rayonier Inc.. 
St. Regis Paper, Spencer 
Chemical, Warner-Lambert 
Pharmaceutical Corp. Yale & 
Towne Mfg., and Zenith Radio 

For many years Cogswell, a 
recognized authority on invest- 
ments, has been charged by the 
Court with the duty of com- 
piling and maintaining the list 
of securities in which invest- 
ments may be made by fiduci- 
Sries handling trust funds 
wnder the supervision of the 
court. 


Corp.., 


Riggs Moves Up 


Riggs National Bank of Wash- 
ington is now the 52d largest 
commercial bank in the United 
States, having moved up from 
S7th place since Dec, 31. 1955. 
The ranking is based-on a ¢om- 
pilation by the trade publication 
American Banker. Riggs’ de- 

its as of June 30 totaled 

26,933,819, compared with 
$407 505.643 last Dec. 31. 

Two other local banks 4dlso 
Moved up in the national list 
National Bank of Washington 
now 
With deposits of $235,667.017 as 

f June 30. NBW formerly was 

106th place. Closély 

in 105th place is American’ Se. 

curity & Trust Co. with deposits 

Of $235.197,793. A. S. & T. for- 
merly was 109th 


New Cement Plant 


Alpha Portland Cement Co. 
yesterday announced that it 
will construct a new cement 
Mill at Lime Kiln in Frederick 
Gounty, Md. on the main 
ffeight line of the Baltimore 
& Ohio Railroad. As outlined 
wy J. F. Magee. Alpha’s presi 
Gent, here are the plans for the 
Gew plant 

It will have a capacity of 2 

illion barrels annually and 
Boul be in operation by 1958. 


+ About 500 men will be ‘em. 


semiannually by Theodore Cogs 


half of 1956 
well, 


Baltimore Wal Adopt 
D. C, Park-Shop Plan 


» Washington's Downtown 
Park and Shop plan has been 
adopted by Baltimore in a 
program to be launched 
Wednesday by 125 of the 
Maryland metropolis’ firms. 
Oscar I. Dodek, chairman of 
the Washington program; E. 
A. Pritchard, vice chairman, 
and Patrick T. Gori, exect- 
tive secretary of the D. ©. 
system, have been invited to 
attend the Baltimore opening 
ceremonies. Now 13 months 
old, the Washington pian is 
under study by a score of 
other cities. 


—_—— 


ployed during construction pe- 
riod of 18 to 20 months 

About 150 permanent em- 
ployes will be required to op 
erate the plant, with an annual 
payroll of approximately 
$750,000. 

General contractor is the 
MacDonald Engineering Co. of 
Chicago. 


Seasonal Loss Less 


Washington Gas Light Co. 
reported a seasonal net loss of 
$175,009 for June, as compared 
with a deficit of $180,557 in the 
same 1955 month. For the six 
months ended June 30, the 
company reported net income 
of $5,046,877 as compared with 
$3,640,034 in the like 1955 
period. Investment in property, 
plant and equipment totaled 
$115,197,941 as of June 30, an 
increase of $12,308,198 during 
the past 12 months. 


New District Manager ° | 


Dennis A. Kuhn has been! 
named Washington district 
sales manager for the Lincoln 
division of Ford Motor Co. 
Kuhn will man- 
age merchan-. 
dising opera 
tions for both 
Lincoln and 
Continental au- 
tos in the Dis- 
trict of Colum- 
bia, Maryland, 

Delaware and 

adjoining por- | 
tions of Penn- 
syivania, V ir- 
ginta, West Kuhn 
Virginia and North Carolin 


ranked as 104th largest under a new {3-district sales expansion program which listed 


setup. Kuhn, who lives at 14710 
Carallton#@d. in Reckville, Md.. 


: 


belinhd formerly was Washington as cal year on nine major new Cés Hemestest 


sistant district sales manager 
of Lincoln-Mercury. He joined 
the company in 1934. 


47,000 in M.L.P. 


change reports there are 
roughly’ 47,000 Monthly Invest- 
ment Plans (MIP) on the books 
and more than 980,000 listed 
shares have been purehased 
since the pay-as-you-go plan 
went into effect 30 months ago. 
General Electric is still the 
most popular stock among MIP 
investors. General Motors) 
maintains second place, fol- 
lowed now by Dow Chemical, 
Radio Corp., Standard Oil of, 
N. J. and Sperry Rand 


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Used Car Shortage 
Is Reported Acute 


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DETROIT, July 30 #—The trade paper Automotive News 


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At City Bank 
Said today a shortage of used cars has reached “near<irastic 


| The City Bank believes in an proportions,” according to reports from both wholesalers and 
ounce of prevention. As a step retailers. 
toward discouraging bank rob-) The paper said industry ob- 
beries, the Washington bank is servers attribute the .renewed 
photographing paper money spurt in used cars to the fact 
in a Recordak microfilmer. .\“both dealers and buyers are 
The film record provides se-enchanted with the second- 
rial numbers for the police in hand units.” it adds: these ob- 
the event of a holdup, accord-servers figure the situation 
ing to C. F. Burton, board chair-'this way: 
man. In all branches of the’ “Dealers, reduced*to no prof- 
bank, signs near the teller win-'it tactics to clean out the new 
dows advertise the microfilm- cars, are pushing extra hard 
ing of currency. on the used car department 
Tellers are instructed to in- where money still is to be. 
clude the ‘ microfilmed “hot made. | 
money” in any cash they are. “Buyers, on the other hand, | ae 
forced to turn over to’a robber. are turning to used cars rather Prices of tin and crude rub 
“Anybody contemplating a than 90 days. Price and Fnanc-\per for future delivery rose 
holdup of a City Bank might fear will be outmoded ip 55 sharply in commodity futures 
hydroelectric projject on the oy Beep t Senaggtiee- oo ca ore Giving tnevencinete dealings Monday. Both are im- 
Senels tie ts Commnase tens much fun mentine the one strong roles in swinging the peneee from the Malayan Ag 
tinga hydroelectric project in because the police can soon buyer to the used car ¥. he Canal vw « & on 
the state of Minas Gerais. trace their trail from the serial, “1>¢ extreme pinch in f As Brit taliated 
The bank said it had agreed numbers on our Recordak mi- supply of used cafs pushed . s Britain retalia . against 
to considet financing of United crofilm.” sales activity at wholesale Egypt's seizure of t ° canal, 
States goods and services for) The Secretary of the Treas- auctions to the year's peak last and oh peor ~ yr 
in the fields of power, air and permission to banks to micro-,: 12.) week 79.5 per cent to 2 cents a pound on the New 
surface transportation, indus- film currency, “provided that -, ) cons penaniba went home York Commodity Exchange. 
try, and agriculture, including the film records.are maintained ith Pama A nee That is push- Old crude rubber futures ad- 
projects in both the public and as confidential.” ing hard against 80 per cent vanced 0.56 to 1.35 of @ cent on 
private sectors. turnover of 209 contracts. 
_ 
| Mutual Funds 


which operators normally con- 
Gold Rises in France 
| WEW YORK, iuty 38 (AP)—(Nati. 
lec 


‘sider the ‘ceiling’ on the sales 
ratio. Some individual auc- 
Securities Dealers, } week.” foreign currency prices struck 
) : Ashed a two-year high on the Paris 
market totlay as a result of un- 
easiness over the Suez Canal 
crisis. 

The one kilogram gold ingot 
jumped 11,000 francs ($31.42) to 
487,000 francs ($1392.42). 

At the same time the Napo- 
leon gold 20-frane piece went 
up 100 francs to 3500 francs 
($9.99) and the Swiss gold 20- 
franc piece 130 francs to 3370 
francs ($9.62). Other gold coins 
followed the lead 


London Stocks Slump 


LONDON, July 30 #—Prices 
gave ground in all sections of 
the London stock market today 
as investors waited for clarif>- 
cation of the highly tangled 
Suez Canal situation. 

Oil shares naturally were the 
most affected and prices 
toppled on heavy selling. The 
appearance of some buyers, 
however, caused a slight ‘re- 
covery near the end of the 
session. 


Tip to Thieves 


Che Washington = 
|Microfilmed 


Times Berald 


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Post . 
[Dusiness 


TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1956 


30 
in 12 Months 
Area Thritt 
Units’ Assets 


Export-Import Bank Credits 


Brazil to Receive U. S. 


Reet 7%. |Aid of $151.4 Million 


The Export-Import Bank last night announced credits of 

The continued growth of $151,400,000 to Brazil for economic develepment, and said it 
Washington area savings-loan| was ready to consider other prejects in a wide variety of fields. 
associations is graphically: The bank also said agreement was reached with a Brazilian 
shown in their statements as economic mission for easing of} i 
of June 30, 1956. ayments if necessary on debts rehabilitation, up to $15,000,000 
The 30 member associations Brazil already owes the bank.|for acquisition and repair of 
of the D. Cr Savings and Loan The bank and the mission, dredging equipment, $15,000,000 
League reported combined the statement said, agree that for the purchase of United 
assets of $810,427,046 as of mid- “adoption of means capable of States materials, equipment 
and services to increase the ca- 
pacity ofthe Paulo Alfonso, 


Suez Crisis 


Ups Rubber, 


Tin Priees 


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same 1955 date. and importance in view of the 

Comparative assets of newly opened prospects of ex- 
dividual members of ternal financial assistance for 
League follow: President Kubitschek’s eco- 
comic program. 

Largest project for which the 
bank authorized credits yester- 
day was $100,000,000 to finance, 
purchase of United States 
equipment for rehabilitation of 
Brazilian Federal and State 
Railways 

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na $200,765,814 on June 25, com- 
$42 pared with $143,669,719 a year 
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#.% that will more than double 
yo production facilities for Kel- 
us? Vinator appliances in Great 
3.35 Britain, George Romney, presi- 
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be NEW YORK (#—The Ameri- 
on can Iron & Steel Institute esti- 
9.7, mated the Nation's steel mills 
4.08 will operate at 175 per cent of 
an capacity this week and produce 
4m 431,600 tons of ingots and steel 
ae for castings. The ipstitute re- 
1944 Ported last week's production 
11.2% amounted to 419,000 tons which 
hy was 17 per cent of capacity. 
72.4 7 . 

ma) On Grand Union Board 
ey Election of William I Myers, 
wap Gean of the New York State 
4% College of Agriculture at Cor- 
we} nell University, Ithaca, as a 
wae director of the Grand Union 
na) Announced by Lansing P. 
12, Shield, president of the 350- 
ae store eastern food chain. 


in Record Calf Crop 

Hy The Agriculture Department 
8.8 forecast this year’s calf crop at 
43,272,000 head, the largest on 
record and 1 per cent more 
than last year’s 43,001,000 


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noted, was achieved in the face fre ! 
of a decline in price levels of 37" 4°", ™ 
agricultural commodities. Net ssf Cs 1 


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—y wy v— 716 149% = 143%~—1% United Cp 28s Se 


previous day 2,240,000; year ago e © i tie . ? 1% 1% 19% 1%—% #1£;%The Bureau of Mines report- | 
2,195,160; two years ago 2,848, Oi ls Rema Lil epresse a Tin : 1 B.. Me + eit tegah 9e r 1h ity i od yeetihay” Ghd preddstion 
360; Jan. 1 to date 341,690,972; we ie Us Gas te 158% 3. ati 3%e+ 6 of oil from shale and coal may === 


1955 to date 410,342,514: 1954 . Me te’ 
te date 293,508,858. r 3 NEW YORK, July 30 ®—Strength by steels advances to 438 declines. There were 35 new > . , ah , : > §% §%+% begin to supplement United 
and aircrafts developed today to mix a stock bighs for the day and 18 new lows. an Ne & de Pe Mie 7% ta ‘te i States oil supplies in the near 
Loew ‘ : Volume totaled 2,100,000 shares compared Read Coat | + is * sate THE TEXAS COMPANY 
market which was declining earlier as oils with 2,240,000 on Friday. f gy 2 3 future. ’ 
Dow-Jones Stocks continued under pressure. Amerada, with little to worry about in Pea 13% us 7 +1% “New reserves of petroleum ———=2 | 6th ‘ 
wuts “eo” Clese Changes, vill deeply affected by uncertainty over a —— East, wy — wi PO gp vine oy 40 agest 1) =o 17% ia et win the ground are being discov- Consecutive Dividend 
reg: os ith Oil, down around 3 points earlier, clo % ered only with increasing ef. : 
BR Geese brzcsngy ‘the Diddle Ban toll fet with 8 ioms Of 8 PO lowing the news i, 5 et 8 i i itt fort and “expense,” the bureae ny eee Soey per caaro on 3 
La a 70. 4 heavy interests in.the Middle East fe x of the fire and explosion at its tanker farm 7] 74+ % said in the bast of a series of Capital Stock of the pany hes 
ai coed ; the second session. They put on a similar jp Dumas. Texas. , . Plywd 2 % ia @ +.¥ reports on shale atid coal re-| here declared thie i eaubie? 
stilitie Sate th age , “8; performance in the London stock market. Bethlehem Steel scampered ahead 3% s 1s (tes su tub & nm 5 on September 10, 1956, to steck- 
~. Seen But losses in oil shares were lessened in now that labor peace has descended over Pa a 1.40 57 Rud . ot'?) Under a law passed in 1954, holders of record at the close of 
the afternoon as steels, firm from the start, the steel industry. Republic Steel and $7 U ad . 


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ag sg et : a , Peep’ 65 ~% the bureau has carried on ex- business on August 10, 1956, 
1H) High Low Close CRs. stretched their gains and aircrafts awakened | } oungstown Sheet & Tube each advanced 27 m2 — % US et™ tensive research to develop The stock transfer booke will re 
A to give the market a shove towards the up- 7 Pe C . us Tok 128 a », methods for producing oil from main open. 
eee side. The late starting aircrafts went ahead 5) ; 1%— % both coal and oil shale. The 6. TCasemanes 
77 41% 4% The net result was a thoroughly irregular with Boeing ahead 2 points, Douglas 1, Gen- pr . #s+ law expired last year, but the mes Patients 2 
showing although the statistics gave a slight eral Dynamics 1% and United %. ‘% 7 te bureau is carrying on limited yearn 
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edge to the high side. As Alcoa and Rey nolds Metals faced a la- 194%— ta gate work in both fields under its duis 27, 1088 
The Associated Press average of 60 stocks bor contract deadline each stock went ahead s 8 ; ms z7M +54 regular functions. arene ' 


rose 20 cents to $189.40 with the industrials | 3 points, apparently in optimism over a set- : = sine | ~ s%+% During the special research 


up 60 cents, the rails down 10 cents and the | tlement with inflationary effects. : s%4— % teow U Te ? 38 eri bureau rfected _ . 
utilities also down 10 cents. Hilton Hotels slipped a point despite news pf A ara Uteh PRL 2.28 s 5% s+ ve ee eg A. a ne A oil YA LE & TOWN 
Of the 1134 issues traded there were 442 | of its 2-for-1 stock split and higher dividend. ‘ ‘1 from both coal and oil shale 
) a a Oe .- tea 4 The problem now is to get the| Declares 274th Div 
— "as (08) Nigh jose Chg. Pit Coke & C ta § 28% M+ pro nw & Se on 
(100) Wich Lew Pit Con Coal 1.28 14 %+ % costs down to compete with oil 37'2¢ a $ 
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3% 89% . Citie mm 3 } s om = : nae Me 
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—_ -” 2.408 ” ” > 16% The Board of Directors hes de- 
cew's + lored « rterly dividend of 
LeneSCem 2a tp w. Su+ id ein Pr aengre oe ecttundina 
. me Common Stock, poyeble on Sep- = 
: ’ tember |, 1956, to slockholders al - F. DU 
Geak St Oi 2 2+ . 
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WEx.Ly Data 936) a 138 = ly . on ’ The trensfer books wil not close. Executive Vice-President and 
LowSNash 2 190" : : - 7 % — % PAUL C. JAMESON THE YALE & TOWNE ara. Co 
Deets Standard & Poor Morrie Katz Loweastew ‘ july 24.1054 Treeaurer 
Lokens St! . 54. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
32 Tuesday, July 31, 1956 egeens 


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nquir ANNAPOLIS, July 30 &# deomuek, ont ah ee one Ay : | A wrion: Stat. clerk. type. WW. ..... 
| ; | ‘An all-male jury tonight con. | $i %oth'Ri eS MOrOAE Socal pres on quantiy—tos | foment mid eh...) 
| a ”" i956. AT 10 © Csr AL CO. 660 Georst \ 
The compliance office of the!Airways, and between Los An- ‘oie eth ney wisi of | gee come why such application se TE 2 _ wa aenalltr acs ATLAS Agcy., RE. £9703 
Civil Aeronautics Board has Seles, New York and Miami gee ryty ty death of perest be ublisved in the — 225 sas. Vicune, Su, Sun both 2 Ree TS CEOUNTANTS 
_ ae “ea +h3 . — 
asked for an investigation of *°* ‘he others. r. Richard M. Wick. | Washington | Post and “Times a —- | aie Se en a a eID MTOR A R 
‘eer esirlines én the Trans- Complaints signed by Com- The jury reached its verdict | cessive — oF ate sue ee. 2-20F ; — —s Gemonstzators: | bis CASUALTY UNDERWRITERS. exp 
*'pliance Attorney Robert Bur- after 2% hours of deliberation day herein mentioned. the fret | G53 Lose aa 9650 Seen the SIGE SEWING CENT? re) ee, > 
American former nonscheduled sein noted the CAB has re- | og PD not jess than 28 | Sst 7a ey cw oc) Colesvie Ba. Silver Sorizs — a AINEES. college 
combine—Trans-American Ait-\yoked the letters of registration in Anne Arundel County Cir. ness, the HONORABLE BOLITHA | MOTOR TRAVEL 11A Ths Ave. Langier Shop Ctr Sver $5000 CEELECTION MEN. exp 
ways, Twentieth Century Air- of the four companies and has cu.t Court. ey? in pee oe oe TCsliornia 425 Aun od ems ae 5 + a PERPETUAT wv cies . 2308 
linés, Hemisphere Air Trans- ordered them to refrain from Delli-Pizzi was released in | 1256, A‘es: (Geal) JOBx w liformia, $25; Aug 2d eases Cone S> Fhe COME IN AND LET ME EVALUATE 
.N ‘ , 10.000 bail di , iti | POLL Deputy Resister of Wiis Buiter Yelioes ome itebe Eervredca. oo EB Monsgomery Ave... Rockville YOUR BA a 
port and Trans-National Air frequent and regular service. $10, pending imposition | {or the District of Columbia. cere :- SSO yw Goon Serie 
lines. Wie aivtiaan ammenian to th of sentence. Judge Benja “in —_ 4 Stbver cor @ Caliges Cs =, 4 Fy: SEE MISS WOO 
James Anton, CAB compli-'pictrict of Columbia Court of Michaelson said any motions by Shi wan: of fee ——— -~s. 8 an D 
ance chief, notified the board\ Appeals for a judicial review the defense would be argued southers zevte pieierehy. Shug | ‘iwern food box fish bon. 2 cath ™ is ne ee a 
there ave “reasonable grounds” Pending 3 decision. the court : Friday, the date set for sen- | = oe uéems tt . ~ gee scales. Coca-Cola box ~ ACCiS. Overseas. 6 " oe 
to believe the companies arestayed that part of the order tencing. ic peae a = SS ee NJ ATION AL 
viclating the Civil Aeronautics which would prohibit the air | | oan te University | zent® DOWD S 4418 Conn Ave Employment Service 
act greatly exceeding the jines from rati ' ; of Maryland medical student | : x. ts “Weshinet 
frequency and regularity of or regular ym omy a ‘faces a maximum of 10 years | _PENSSTL GANGA AYE 95 a eALES DIVIION 
service for which they are au tion with the others. but did not in prison. | ‘8 62: ; | 3 aon eae 955 so FIRE- ea fARTIAL LISTINGS ONLY 
thorized. stay the part requiring each Both he and his wife, a night | — ai Sats. Ee 3255 Soe = ro ah g~ Ae ‘@ feet. pss! + R&D. 
The flights involved were be- airline to refrain from individ- club performer, remained im- erven, Sanitary y:----4 7. cach —- eer ‘te aaee eee ~— 2210 ie pCa Eales ase: paper. cat i. 
tween Los Angeles and Oak- ually operating a frequent or a —" when the verdict was | {tert so tte ake a eee | ay ag +O PO TIRE SALE! | ““deeree nen: oar ioe. 
land, Calif.. for Trans American regu! rj given. Pucyst 20, 1986 st 2D. Si. Eastern | - es —- Trainees. office eauim 
ares. tn | | Wick died two days after he iacesand times they. will be Bub AIR-CONDITIONERS omni ca (fre "Bee- 
—— : : . . C.F ned ang re . ’ in 
, iwas struck by Delli-Pizzi in the | posal Porm and Rm Be Prov wy Be vain oo 
lobby of a Baltimore hotel. The tonned trom the atbee oft or car bara, eaten ier 
Postlude ‘frst trial in Baltimore ended | "arineet_o\ ibe Commipsion. me PEICE rant salary $4200 
; : deposit of 625. which deposit will I\VISION 4 
‘in a jury disagreement and the | be returned te bidders or te these Accountants. spe 
| oo : ountents. 5 4 
Associated Press jretrial was moved here. | Sloan weiihin 10 ure ater Prene b. orereens | pi 
, . : opening o 4 ; r ifive — > 
aicotm brown Woes Well Again ey at ore oe hee” || slots’ mote W Vij nee 
! , as | han : r. io fs wase Snsivsis exp. 87160 
h: left a Baltimore night club | 7871." 6° "Ray. “Commissioners, it wool green ran w/ped. 4 Purchasing agent. exp. ¢lec- 
° . . Jean aa gg 18, of Sunny- 9) out-advances allegedly made | Atiee Jone Bonifant. Secre- eeetion bids Ei. 8-9779. ___ metal ach pa 1s g6n00-87 
ectlal at Lil ps aaron conciigrlicn ped lily, menowigg Ahm Aye wg | RUCTION SALES =; BRAND-NEW (| Sas, sister cioal® tite 
or nt ys nea a itap dancer. He said she told | | fect. fund or” suns 8450 
im Wick w . SOTICE Is HERESY GIVEN THAT ca fund pF pubis 
wrecked car, has a big smile him Wick was one of the “most | BOTS ast 16. 1956 at 10:06 — FURN ITURE Auditor’ 23-35; unusual opp. 
By Paul Hume for nurse Jackie Huggins as |*#8'ess!ve men” she had ever | © A981 Chevet 2S cen Le IR MS —- a Tae exper, 
:' ; : . | she is w ‘encountered. onging to Richard D Ward will OO . Bkkor. wholesale food 
Malcolm Brown sweated out: We have no way of knowing) nb heeled from her hos-  Delli-Pizzi. said Wick only | be sold 8 salle austien of sais EDR ONLY ra"iatictaa - soomine exp. 
@ piano recital last night in the Under what, if any, particular) pital room in Salt Lake City |. unted in response. He said he | bela by Restucl Pinance Go, | ; ' Admin. trainee, coll. dee.” ,. 
Phillips Gallery. problems , Brown may have| yesterday just before leaving |foliowed the older man into the | #. wa “* * * Corel a $245 | Phorcerapale side. exp 7 
" en working. st! . — a = = a | Clerk. NCR on 
We do not mean that it was prow hn vay a9 Ran = Ey ey gee —— ~ the Ry og 3 in an at- | BUSINESS SERVICE > Gresser uith career goed come. NO MONEY DOWN Aa asters. ear age exper. 
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warm. It was a very temperate else who heard him, how uM ga Lake ‘aie ¢ alias a "De Wish tuned Te | : i. Sugermar- Easy Terms—free Delivery ey accepiabie pen oye = 
evening, as far as the weather prepared. he was in many ways 7 vee ' »” Delli-Pizzi said. H : : ; ene SWANK = R NATIONAL EMPLOYS 
went. But young Brown, who it would serve him and our che Gute wees Sune OS. he became ser hiahaenné Uo | Wise pened I U N. ASI ANT A 
is old enough to know better, readers no purpose to list ' | | = 11S H ST. NE. 
| : ; 1 cause Dr. Wick was a big man. 2 ‘) 2a7o Por & young m 
listed an ambitious program these. Nor can we offer him “The lapels of his coat which | = oo ee | ae ee ~ Ma x = ie and pleating personality, 
that included an E Minor much helpful advice other than Bobo | aw , I was holding slipped out of <<. ee aS kee itis oc ee, Oe i ‘oo $2, *xcrilent opportunity 
erg Atsae snd Fugue by to consult some sound musi. 5 yer my hand and I hit him once,” | gk =k" ft, Ly as- Vospitalization vacation with Dav 
ach, the last B Flat Sonata, cians whose suggestions he can vd he testifieed. The medi ) | Paieeuitt sate side chancer benefits paid be emplover” "Bande 
K. 570, of Mozart, the third trust, as to his future, and what A d 2 Oth ‘dent said he rushed — the | ae 2b tor beses and carrying seat working conditions —s 
sonata of Prokofieff, the Suite, he ought to do to make it the n ers lobby and didn’t see Dr. Wick’'s J Pied vel tits: . Aah tor Mr Dering“ * “SS 
Opus 14, of Bartok, and the best possible, in whatever field e head strike the marble floor. 2st aster? in Wash. ASST.-MANA 
Pier my of Cees my Held in Row pi" Sie Ssh SS ee Loe 
—— - 'Pizzi, testified she had finished CALVERT CREDIT 
ther act and was seated at the eo. ee eS Sipecou c= 5: — eee Several openines: must le 
, . \ . | MORRILTON, Ark. July 30 bar waiting for the medical stu- to 40 mos, SECO Salme 30 | OU) 7.0513_-BA 4.2977 AL modern employe Seehtin ne 
Reddick Savs ° [cLean Group __#—An Arkansas sheriff said he dent was Dr. Wick touched her. | abpmMONE—acte paa_7preerie $70 PER 1000 BF BOCCHY— Ass acest | Mi Quiver. 4257 Rhode Ia 
" < Off a arrested Mrs. Barbara (Bobo) Pe - Delli-Pizzi, the former wecbeg, res. rang tree a Sa =>? foe Mi. Rainier Md ° Inland Are. 
st re ‘ arlotte Holland of Hunting- oo = : eee 22. ae 5) 25-0598 Onn Be EE, © Oxon Ran 
ers Site Rockefeller, her attorney and) OM ve said ~~ Ace Wrecking Co. Sie WOE WANTED abate | OS” mere 2 O 3-308 
e eVeEC two friends for disturbing the *™: a., said she moved her | ADDITIONS—Compirte remodeling ‘a Rees Giver Sorina, Ma” p™, Are 
The board of directors of the h W stool three times but Dr. Wick Kitchen remod specialists The . nie rtEN WaNtin— An¥ amount s\s9 on rime. Md JU. 71-8313, 
" - - peace in a fight at inthrop ; ; prestige of cur oreenmisstion is 4002 Mice Ave EE —~"o reet refcigers crs s&s. rang*s and — a 
’ McLean Citizens Association! Rockefeller’s palatial mountain-|PeTsisteed in rubbing his hand | Misc citec. long term Gnane- | - . 25 aa Mr Qray, 5A $3672 __ AUTOMOTIVE FIELD 
( ou rt Order voted unanimously last night to top home late today. on her back. | | [ng AMERICAN HOME DerRove- | 3 AU No exper. nec } 
invite the site location commit ) . When she told him to leave | : Bee pour ¢rota!l eolé piaticem Area promotion work 
ceca . Sheriff Marlin Hawkins said ner alone that she w — rant nee BA 3-eoB6 Eoscartes jeer my . pay cash $20 8 day. “Minimum gE 
BALTIMO tees of the University of Vir-of Bobo and her companions, > ee ee ean shelving. reefing. gutt fences. | ites: anf lias foo. A KAHN, INC <of'*t, Tight from your. heme. 
ALTIMORE, July 30 ™ ginia and the Fairfax Hospital “They were very rude. I never gaged, she sald Dr. Wick told —Audiis. taxes | fotie-giem comstres rae A a Be ip ‘ie am. to 8 pon 
Dr. Robert H. Reddick testified to select McLean. Fe gfe fmm Ae pts rn her “in that case I'll be back | seris returns unemployment etc. Ve ———- 5 5 ——# - ve wale > vour AUTO “Baby wenn - 
today he does not remember The action resulted from a they on a minor charge.” wy pte very upset | oaK- ex > aaa B. 8iso Dalper, for skgms Park 
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proposal Sunday by a group of! Earlier, Morton Bass, Bobo and left the club. When Delli- | — wr err x: saclense 
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sthic medical licenses aft ockefeller's attorney, said the Pizzi picked h 
i on 1986 $ ait€! school and the hospital on the blonde ex-wife of wealthy Win- him about the incident — | jens 8 8 — — | —— 
- yy = 500-acre Maplewood estate of throp Rockefeller was “tossed said, and just then Wick left | ‘ins NTEY. Dissierine & paint- AIRLINES rl - 
e state has charged that Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Ulfelder,to the ground.” He said her the club and started across the | 4 anes AIR TRAVEL AGENCIES Dc EMPL. EXCEIR 
@s secretary-treasurer of a Which they have offered to sell hand was cut in a scuffle with street to his hotel. | “end pil kinds of repetr _oaintine. NEED ody and fender XCHANGE 
“rump” board of examiners, for $2500 an acre. an employe at Winthrop’s Win- Delli-Pizzi said he only | Coe: Co. CO 5-1380 MES ext WOMEN ‘or grouné and gesteurant mer. white |. ’*"Open 
the Easterr Shore psychiatrist! 7%¢  Tesolution was pre rock farm. wished to tell the older man NTRY. psint. cca tepale FG See S's sietion so “ap 
sented by board be Details were not clear but not to ret th — = =f = A pert 34 Cass of betier. Too sal 
issued licenses as lat Jul J members Marie , : return the next night Chefs and 34 cooks : 
) nses as late as July Wernick and John T. Lynch, B&3$ 8#id Bobo arrived at because his fiancee was upset. | Rouriz sais or ‘re: estimates. ets. on aooshed 
2 in contempt of a court order The board also offered the co- Rockefeller’s Arkansas show- Dr. Wick, who had a wife and . haat. ___. ferimen exp oh 
against him June 29. operation of its community place eee ee two children, was in Baltimore sapair: werk guesses Oowaae Busnes Be 
Dr. Reddick testied as a cir-'planning committee. in connection with her Syear- on a business trip. river furs. say "°% -- Tee ® 
: old son's visit to his father as MANY CrwEnS are 45 
euit court hearing continued agreed in the divor tt] ‘ | 50) oh a he 
into tangled affairs involving 7. done Lehow! em . ou Doe Ordi a ae 
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the State Homeopathce Society. | ; , ' 
He told Judge Joseph 1 Funeral services for Isadore Bass did not implicate Rocke- 
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a and he did not By tod : atten De held at 11 a. m. treated Bobo in : Aight over her I \ SasvtYes BRaCTY cOULEoE Automobile Salesmen 
ay at the Danzansky funeral car keys. asses 1238 G & be Dt 7-379 
a = ty Me the a —"y — 14th st. nw. Later the sheriff reported he = 4 fontgomery ree “2 tae ee NURSES NEEDED ~ a 
© & question r. Lebowitz, a Past Grand had picked up Bobo , mc chair & rose chute gt with aie ont. 3 stoty maseuenry ee wnee 
Deputy Attorney General Nor- Master of Covenant Lodge No. mother, ding h ne ding veh pen A dog's right—or lack of it— Dees: ai06 98. Ceitgpet 16 co sanng wrt of,coored toy com = - nat Be ve seve 10° 
said he Pope yh Dr. Reddick 13, International Order of Odd Armand Danzig, not otherwise ‘0 roam unchecked through his | Bemetier ge560 Paome 50 > wate ager: ensel. vay. Das-evquine- mination scale ‘in’ Washing: 
said he did not personally date Fellows, died Sunday after a identified, for disturbing the neighborhood will be debated ) oe expavmest service ~ aeed spit Cal GH? 
oe issued by the board. heart attack. peace. He said Prosecuting At- at § p. m. Thursday bef | sracta, oe RT COURSES SCHECTER AT OL 6-4508 
; J —~- unable to explain, Mr. Lebowitz has been asso- torney Ed Gordon Jr., had Montgomery eee — - | ~~ Pe fe 
clarly why some of the licens- ciated with Pan American Life|filed warrants against the quar-| The Council h y ee . | ay - RR yA K-. eae 
es sssued after examinations Insurance Co. for eight years. t¢t. |publie wee as scheduled a | Soconal jaiet visit write. shone AUTO SALESMAN 
by the “rump” board on June He was member of the Senior! which w id on on eommanes | | weandies “D> * C.dhare Tr yOu Gre ® producer and unsetis- 
25-27 were signed by two dif- Diamond Club of the company . _._ oor  .. B gman’ dogs | ‘ES isp FY axwccucia HANDLEY PORD hess apnuise. 
ferent presidents of the board, and of the Men’s Club of the20 Yugoslav Fugitives ag o% large ou | Der © wor. cinsers Sob guar Pach- 02 SAE will interest you. Step im 
Dr. Simeon Virkutis and Dr. Hebrew Home for the Aged ! urban districts and banning Se ge tt SN EE 8 5288 end inquire. All inquiries ere ces- 
Robert D. Brown He served ini he allen,» =o Arrive in Italy — — ones grounds | are . VACATION SPECIAL na, SS veur decision ip 
Dr Reddick said Dr. Virku- 1944 to 1 ' | Reuters uring School hours except | ot teat beteer ine : NC . 
tis resigned the position June Sergeant ot be ten a master) ANCONA, Italy, July 30—Six When leashed or muzzled. |; catamet a oat DAMS COURSE HANDLEY FORD 
5 , me Gyoemerge. Yugoslavia ref iwed| . The ordinance, backed by the ‘Stee weet te cottees | WITH $2 MEMBERSHIP S2dF ChOkCth oye e® 
and that Dr Brown was ap- Besides his wife, Betty, he is gos via ugees arrTriv County "all 7 . ¢ <2 |. 3 28 Gee -cape We cae ‘ech vou to dene Ls 6923 GEORGIA AVE. & 
society. But Ramsey said li- lyn; his father, Samuel, of 414.204 claimed they had forced | ust - ao ‘A ss dog ss fe ores, FRED ASTA of DANCE AUTO SALESMEN 
censes issued as late as July 2 Crittenden st. nw.; two broth-| 22, Best's owner and three. Bw oA ~- = & ee STUD) $600 Per Month Gua 
continued to bear the signa-ers, Meyer A. 414 Crittenden| =" of the crew to cross the|* ap any dog from~| | (rps: Geet: Cute ast cree “WOMEN, CALL AGE 2 pete 
ture of Dr. Virkutis st. nw., and Harry, 9623 Ever sora = “ ane huntin = f — the = | Sn mete mares oe “3 eee AGES month. us commision" fee 
Dr "Reddick. chiet_paychia en it slver Spring: and alge ‘saucy tor angum in Taly ler of ts owner or eustodian | Le. | See ae 
triet at Eastern Shore State sister, Sally Rose, 5180 Eastern|fre* jeatowner cad his crew|and not under its owner's or | fae es Se | Shorthand and Typing signs. ‘sales ot 108s Dodges and 
fied earlier that some of the port of Fong = te contrel. | See Coen See. Sa. mies SPEED WRITING qonnel im our selon de 7oq 
pers from the June exami- B At Pescara. further th _ 639 New York Ave nw iN SIX "WEE v7 we ot ty tanto 16 
nations were marked by two uddy Baer Cleared Italy's Adratic ee oa on) Meetin Ho OFFICE FURNITURE Xx W EKS > wee of ibosn ‘per year 
ee he had licensed last In M ol estation six refugees including aaa - nors Ss ca caecuser owas pened "Deare tin ws) a Warhing:> _ Doses ‘anely 
orc : Case fre ‘ . oy S-4raser weed ie Prone ST. 3-20 te M: Casper 
He ‘sald he appointed the| HOLLYWOOD, July 30 (INS)\which they said they selzed at Work of Jesuits | lee Se ees “Speederiting wi 9G Star oe 
two, Drs. Harry Royson and Former prize fighter Buddy Split. A further eight Yugo- | See ane ter feces on thee Somemviel Sc i 
Dewey John Cardillo to help Baer was acquitted by a Van silavs slipped across The spiritual, patriotic, edu- 8 SS SF Te a eS See BARBERS “Fort Welvoir on 
mark t o j P S the Italo- hk ies 1406 G St. NW ie shop ctr ist oad 
he pa d N tional : - 
Ited” pers, and “con-/Nuys municipal court jury to-/ Yugoslav frontier near Gorizia|<* and other achieve- -— <C@eaees costs — acs sence and sober Apply Port 
su other directors of the day on charges that he annoyed during today and asked for ments of Jesuits in the United “ iva sanvice. eew classes a vested Tae 
society on their appointments. two young girls. asylum. ‘States were honored at a a 2 a ok ae Shep. 9031 
_— —s last night at Blessed | oe Be See test <2 yes.) 
Sacrament auditorium, Chevy | | is r¥8t hours 
Chase Circle nw. x4 | id ieee ere cme pres | | Seto S 810 guar i¢ 
More than 500 guests attend- om: ore paghing cnotuand Bamarn ~sieags “7 4 
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mage © Py 40th anni- | | trie Ld caasos ‘per HELP) MEN 1s Piney Branch aeceee 7 
versary 0 eath of St. | SM pankese Ivy bedere pea bar. 2 Pine <. Bly 
Ignatius Loyola, founder of the | S ee _ ABE MECHANIC ~ pont wall — 
Jesuit order in 1534. St. Igna- | bay. from Se sewer | sie. “pore eo get ue vast be. : aang, 
ties died in Rome on July 31, | 1336 Mess ‘hes 3 of Thecies Cx. : No wapeed i eeeed a5- 
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| The Rev. Dr. William | ABSTRACTORS MD, 63500 Shep. Wash 23 DC” 
O’Brien, S.J., of Georgetown See ABBEY First cs gn en 
ye guest speaker, said sdeetemn cos fora Ot bas F Seman AS Sg 
‘that more than 33,000 Jesuits Sects , ’ , ay. A Re, ° 
are working as missionaries, Fee ee Bist ne he 
educators and in other capa- ~y-{- > ob ons BIBLE SALESMEN 
cities in all parts of the world. | ace “amen estendents 2 P00 week up. Apvly 930 F et. 
Of these, he said, 8000 are’ ap eet wesie “BODY AND FENDERT 
Americans. In the United | St wa MAN 
$45 


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duct 28 colleges and universi- 
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MOSCOW, July 30 @—The | ye ok so 
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pmeng the 10 teams competing | Eigusr store porter. own Sar = 
in the first event of the world | Janitor. Live | + allow. 
championship parachute-jump F chee orier” mo. 2-bdrm. 
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placed one-two-three in team 
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—" Tuesday, July 31, 1956 33 
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ye 6. 
—Insjde work, ‘must be WOOL PRESSER-s 
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Position available for man 45- < 

years of «a of unauestiona 

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INSTRUMENT CO. 
8030 Georgia Avenue 
Silver Spring, Md. 


WATCHMAN 
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mployee penasie “ecard 3 months 


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WHAT HAVE 


Missile Impact Prediction 
Geriatrics 

Mathematical Model Building 
Power Distribution 

Personnel Testing 
Climatology 


and scores of other areas 


IN COMMON? 


electronic equipment. Previ- 
ous industrial or military serv- | 
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APPLY IN PERSON 
BA M. to 4 P.M 
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AIR DEFENSE 


Electronics Planner 


Long range planner to relate our industrial ef- 
forts to United States Air Force requirements for 
ground base electronic environment for defense 
against manned bomber or bailistic missile at- 
tack. 


Appreciation of military considerations and ead- 
vanced technical comprehension are necessary 


True career opportunity with leading electronic 
systems manufacturer in central New York state 
Salary as appropiate. Moving allowance plus the 
very best long term benefits of. stable employ- 
pension plan, insurance etc 


ment, 


Call EX. 3-3600, Ext. 213, Miss Rager; Monday 
through Friday, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. to arrange 
Washington interview 


DESIGNERS 


Guided Missile Launching Systems 


Additional openings in long-range projects on the 


weapons of the future with 


VITRO 


The challenge of a new technological field’. . . can be 
yours with the expanding VITRO LABORATORY in 
rere you will find career opportunities 


ver Spring 


im the new mechanical engineering field 
Guided Missile Launching Systems 


The following positions are available: 


‘Health and Life 


SYSTEMS ENGINEERS 


Openings for Mechanical Engineers with four to ten 
years of engineering experience; must be capable of 
recognizing the simple practical approach to complex 
problems; experience with a manufacturing concern 
in design, planning and control of a product would 
be helpful 


MECHANICAL DESIGN ENGINEERS 


Openings for Mechanica! Engineers with four to ten 
years of engineering design experience; background 
im one or more of the following preferred: Automatic 
High Speed Mechanisms, Material Han- 
dling Devices, etc. Ability in cam) linkage and gearing 
dynamics desirab'e 


HYDRAULICS ENGINEERS 


Machinery, 


Openings for Hydraulics Engineers with 10 to 12 


years of general engineering; hydraulics, and com- 
mercial and ordnance design. Analysis of power re- 
quirements of missile handling and launching systems. 


For complete information about the project, educa- 
tianal assistance and other employee benefits please 
pnone 


JU. 5-7200 


Personnel Department 


TO ARRANGE FOR SATURDAY INTERVIEWS 
PLEASE CALL NOT LATER THAN 3 P.M. FRIDAY 


Vitro Laboratories. 


Division of Vitro Corporation of America 
962 Wayne Avenue, Silver Spring, Md. 


* 


THEY DEPEND ON 


APPLIED MATHEMATICS 


and 


ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS 


They have furnished recent problems 
for the consulting services of our 
Washington Applied Science Repre- 
sentatives and/or the computing serv- 
ices of Washington Scientific 
Computing Center. 


our 


Are Ph.D. graduate in 
mathematics, Are you interested 
in advancing as rapidly as you are capable? 


you a bachelor’s, master's, or 


physics, or engineering? 


WRITE, Giving Qualifications, or TELEPHONE 

Dr. Liston Tatum, Manager, Applied Science 

% 

4 

Mr. Stanley G. Reed, Manager, 
Scientific Computing Center 


OR 


International Business Machines 


T1TT RE. 7-3703.» 


CHIEF DRAFTSMEN-_ 


for 
Challenging work on 
FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE SYSTEM 


Should have experience with Ships struc- 
tures and cargg loading devices or Naval 
Fire Control! 

QUALIFICATIONS: 
Extensive experience in drafting practices 
and supervision of draftsrren in large 
numbers 
Wide experience as pertains to draftsmen 
in design of ships structures, supporting 
structures, ships components, electrical 
equipment and heavy machinery. 
Extensive knowledge of Navy Department 
Bureau of Ordnance Standards and spec- 
ifications. Close work experience with de- 
sign engineers for the past 2 or 3 years. 


DRAFTSMEN 
MECHANICAL 
STRUCTURAL 
ELECTRICAL 


Installation Experience 
Preferred 
Cost of Living Pay 


Annual! Improvement 
increases 


Connecticut Avenue N.W. 


Shipboard 


Extended overtime 
available 
These positions offer: 
High Salaries 
Management Develop- 
Insurance ment Program 
These are permanent positions in subur- 
ban Detroit, Michigan. Interview and re- 
location expenses paid. To arrange Wash- 
ington interviews call 
A. O. Kartinen 
COlumbia 5-2000 
Monday, July 30 
Tuesday, July 31 
Wednesday, August | 
9 AM.-12 Noon 
2 P.M.-5 P.M. 
7 PM.-9 P.M, 
or write 


‘CHRYSLER CORPORATION 


MISSILE OPERATIONS * 
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT he 
PO. BOX 2628, _DETROIT 31, MICHIGAN 


DISPLAY ASSISTANT 


YOUNG MAN 
with 


4 


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5 


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Fashion Display Experience 


Permanent position with splendid opportunities for advancement, 


Apply 


JELLEFF’S 
Personnel Office, 
Sixth Floor 
F STREET STORE... 


| Camtineed om Following Face Continued on Fellowne Oyen 
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wey ASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD! HELP, MEN 


Tuesday, July 31, 1956 var 
- 15 HELP, MEN 
YOUNG MAN 

to 30 years of sage por- 
lifetime career with 

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Make way for tomorrow 


CHRYSLER MISSILE OPERATIONS challenges the future. with today’s 
greatest engineering opportunities. You wil! find at Chrysler Missile 
a completely different work atmosphere; one that is geared to new ideas 
and in which you set the pace to advance as rapidly as your ability and 
Gesire permits. You will »y the congeniality and the many benefits 
thet can only be derived from working with today’s leading Missile 
experts 


ory 


We invite you to challenge the future with Chrysler Missile and take 


your place now in the industry of tomorrow 


MECHANICAL AND AERONAUTICAL 
ENGINEERS 


Small Mechanisms 
Rocket Propulsion 
Physicists 


ELECTRONIC AND ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERS 


Weapons Systems 
Analysts 
Servomeéchanisms 
Computers 
Operational Analysis 
Radar Systems 


Aeroballistics 
Aircraft Structures 
Dynamic Analysis 


Flectro-mechan Cal 
Components 

Circuit Analysis 
Navigation Systems 
Fire Control Systems 
Instrumentation 


7, ana ; and development of Chrysler 
stone, Jupiter and Fleet Ballistic Missile 


These are key p 
Corporation's all-important Re 
Systerms 


and 


Numerous posit 1s also 
of all levels in the above fields 


Der omeot de< gn engineers 


These are permanent positions ‘ interview 


and relocation expenses 


Detroit, Michigan 


sshington inter 
A. O. KARTINEN 
COlumbia 5-2000 
MONDAY, JULY 30 
TUESDAY, JULY 31 
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST |! 
9 AM.-12 NOON 
2PM.-5 PM 
7 PM.-9 P.M 


or 


write 


CHRYSLER CORPORATION 


MISSILE OPERATIONS 
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 
P. O. BOX 2628, DETROIT 31, MICHIGAN 


Ample oppertanity fay 
gerious-min 
he ed ambition Pos. 


SCIENTISTS 


Philadelphia Location 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 


As a part of the planned expansion of its 
advanced missile weapons systems re- 
search and development program, Spe- 
cial Defense Projects Department an- 
nounces openings on its professional 
staff in the following fields 


ORDNANCE 
Arming & Fuzing 


TEST 
Assen Diy 


CONTROL 
ENGINEERING 


Design & 
Development of 


Evaluation Launching area FIRE Sent hee 

oo" Gi aes iene SYSTEMS AN 

y ess Lomponent COMPONENTS 

Computers 

Analogue Techniques 

cal Servomechanisms 

Electron c - . ( ontroi 

GUIDANCE SYSTEMS 
D COMPONENTS 
Gyros 
Accelerometers 
Stable Platforms 
Servo Systems 


Cali Mer. J. P 
McCormick, Manager 
3 Control! Engineering 


, STEMS 


“~ PéAsACarT 
EQUIPMENT 


Analysis area 


COMPONENT DEVE 


Electro 


IPMENT 


mecnai 


Inertial 
Pressure 
Timing 
Radiation 
Influence 


Call Mr. Ed. Libby, Manager 
Arming & Fuzing Engineerin 


OTHER AREAS 


Advanced Mathematics 
Thermodynamics 
Aerodynamics Structures Design 
Aerophysics-Astrophysics Ground Support Equipment Design 
Vibrat Stress Analysis 
Telemetry Microwave Beacon 
Antennas Data Recovery 
Field Test Systems Test 


Call Mr. W. A. 86i 
Professional! 


Operations Analysis 
Computer System Design 


ngsiey, Manager 
Personne! 


Positions exist at the interme- 


diate, and ‘senior levels 


junior, 


Positions are available in such area as 
research, component design, systems de- 
sign, analysis, and development for per- 
sons with degrees in any of the follow- 
ing fields 


Electrical Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineer ng 

Physics 
Chemistry 
Mathematics 
Aerodynamics 


Salary and responsibility are directly re- 
lated to experience and to an individual's 
contribution to the program. 


WASHINGTON INTERVIEWS 


July 30, 31 & August | 
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 
Call the above Managers at 
District 7-2852 
Between 1 P.M. and 7 P.M. 


if you prefer, write in confidence to 


Mr. W. A. Billingsley 
SPECIAL DEFENSE PROJECTS DEPT. 


GENERAL. ELECTRIC CO. 


3198 Chestnut Street Philadelphia 4, Pa. 
or Call Collect to EVergreen -2-6613 


>. 


4. 


2@Gnae. 


ree ord stars | SOME TYPING, dntn 
Sales experience not essen: ne ow but : aver 14th st. 
knowledge of music | i. or ’ 
Gesirbale = - double entry 


poplar kkpr.. fnowi. 
kpr 


fiew CHARLES Sa in. Young Men ives 


ee 
OTH ier ‘OFFICE POSTTIONS 
Electromatic typi 


THE 
CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC | 
COMPANY 


ave 


TELEPHONE 


Pa 
Otters excellent career op R 


port ry 


young 


ties for 
seekir 


men 
 Viaanlal ahs 
y 


A | fLAS Agcy. RE, 7-576 


"ACCTS & BKKPRS. 
CLERK-TYPIST 
FILE CLERKS 
gta ake 

CRETARIES 


"ae 


Monday Thru Friday 
A. M. to 4:00 P.M. 


| deal 
| 8:30 


ne positi ‘with 
mM 
INTION SALEGMEN job probiems. Our 
ATTENTION & ,iR-CONDITIONED 


fhe experience re 
against 


Outside 
sin a weer 


raonrmr >. n P 
Sales Mana aaer 
2-9000 


PART TIME 


sork 


Bn, 
PA! 


nid rain it 1341 @ SL... 
after 10 a 

ACCOUNTANTS 
. wi BOOKKEEPERS 
“TIME WORK CLERK-TYPISTS 
50 per whch, 20 brs SECRETARIES 


p pulle MANY OPEN INGS FOR 
“> 


234 


» 
TNCSL AL OFPORTINITY 
. har : ne 


e ‘ “COMPANY CLR 
7 


‘OPPORTI ONITY IN 
LANDSCAPING 


rela 


ons. 


s70 
$455 
£50 


| rome 33a ~ 
7 00 seCY- x 


ving 
“offices 


COLUMBIA EMP. SERV 
Suite 224. ME. 8-369 


in m=. 
ee FASHIER. exD.. 
2 $5000 


BOK KEEP NG 


MACHINE 
OPERATOR ¢ 


Experienced—Under 35 
Excellent Working Conditions 


NATIONAL 
SAVINGS AND 
TRUST CO. 


keypt $275 
Ran 4 ‘key — tr sinee Re ot POIOMAC 


ing positions 
Mr lack at BOYD'S 
n Thousands 


ma Sn A 
ne 


ep -sec a4 
~~ ort: a” ; 


" $86 
thers Miss : NG a. PER 3ON 
| NEL 1311 Gs 
“Bookkeeper, "$100 
SECS. law an » $e 
TYPIST - “propertl +4 $7 
CLERK -TYPISIS te $70 
BKKPO "MACH. OPR. 
WASHINOTON? 


TlovD*s EMPL. SERV. SOmPr 
1420 NN. Y¥. Ave. NW. OT. 3- madd 


—— —————— 


indus 
sD. mach 


14th & Rhode Island NE. 
HOT SHOPPE 


Im med! at ue and Tmanent pos- 
on availlabie cellent income 
mea! ; an ‘4 uniforms furnished 


Aoply Directly 
To The Shoppe 


ry White, toe parking 8 
beiween i6 « 35. Alt 

yt ’ 
a 


“das anc eve 
igh ost 


~ work 
Homer Bul 60 


dine 


day ~+ ir <-< 
sesaared = ts 
necessa au Mr. saroanart 
for rental ofc ; 
POTOMAC EMPL 


sood oD- 


$225 
or could be 


45 
nec. $31 


. aoe ‘e 


; one | 
ST ATistic Al. CLK. 
BRK ; OPR. NE 
FABOUORAPH OPR 


Pros r ~ 5 fe 
NOS 


350 
“MA H 
ar DR 


CTAPH INE OPR. upper 


RK TYPISTS NW. NE. to $260 
. TYPISTS. NE. BW. to $282 
co, 


> Wpme some 


in chem 


A ASIN TON 8 


cone 
, a6 


SNAL 


NAO SERVICE 
itn at. NW tL. EA 


» $6000 


1c RELA- 
7 ' 
yi) 
COMME 
CLERK 
x 4 °. e42 
J 
tions 


Ri 


area 
5S ds 
WW to $347 
wts vac t 


nw 


32-7270 


’ Pie 7 
rye STS, Many to $70 wees. on 


ee Gonley 


$325 


5 


typing 


2 Hudson. bet. :9 
O'DONNEL 16 SEA ORILI 
~ CASHIER-WRAPPER 
; Permanent pc rn, 5 Gay 
Liberal Employe Benefits 


HAHN SHOE STORES 


CHER: See 


weer 


Permanent opening in cafet erta in 
government Suildine during -~ 4 
‘riod Mon ‘Frid 
A m 
GSvERNMENT sEnvices: INC 
s* 
—~FASHIER AND a a 


Por larce furniture store. 5-day 
werk. Good starting saiary perma- 
nent. Apply wi INAL FU ene 


TURE CO. 71 A Sts 
CASHIER 


ung woman experi. 
Pg receipts and 
n atedes of typ- 


day throug! 1 
te 


: 
sor 7 


ST. NW 
—~CASHIER- TYPIST 
od 


00 avpotntme 


Ht ee Buick 


Lo it 


9325 CHARGE AUTHORIZER 


wy ras 
to s50-s 
- 
A> tatior a 
SrcyY. (ay tation) is 
Bec y a 6 
ma KKES ERS , 
cil rr ih say.' s 
CLE TYPIAT. Can. fill + 
CEPTIONISTS 
a 
te § 


8 
ar interesting fields 
n ‘Annette D. Tatelman 
aan & WOMEN I5A 235 Wood ward Bide. Re 7. 


rPLOorLe—F est 
ib'e Ft v0 P. . 


7 Oe 
BiB : 


‘ALPS 
Write & 
office 


koe Non: town 
Sey —$325 


rk ri man in 


ere —— 


330. Richmogs. v3... = Sim> 
KITCHEN HELPERS b 
Bus Boys & Girls 


nay Bh 


"cuR bist 


1 , mei in 
ron Pa 


JR. "BPR —$260 


laree 


HOT SH OP PES, INC 


24) 4) 


MANAGER 


eres — les 


typing Reise in 


Rect +yPIsT 


m Downtown 


CLERK—$250 


> * 
rk ‘ 


=o a - 


PP: 
office 


RECEPT., NO TYPING 


of Fes firm. 2 9 


yy 

$75 5 

te 880 

to “7s WM 
; 73 


in CTERK — Whit a 
} 2 m n 


ADMIN “SECY —$365 


trade 
Dictephone p nier pret 


$283 
Beau 


iia k 
Ne typing 


Perr anent pos non 
lay weer 


Liberal vacations 


HAHN & CO. 


th & K Sts. ¥.W 


+ urate 


addresso- 
ie tat? « 


“414 


t 
eth | cleaning 
joe with g00d oar 


= WIE ite 
: experien ced. & 
_ref erence Call JA -4537 
to work in = oy of whole- 
sale laundry. Bo typing necessary 
~~ must be accurate with ~ 64 
f be dependabie: resident Mr 
Aopiy HUB 
& Eastern ave 


= ae 


rrec 


»ETERK 
3 FOR GENERAL 
OFFICE WORK 


permanen 
werak.y 


\-day 
salary 
&. ; 


week, . pea 

$50 Appiy 
ABRAMBON CO 
ith ST NW 


Mr 


CLERK TYPIST 


ve ree apopeer 
a 


bie o sore 


¢ 7) Epene 5 
, 3 : 6200 


}.2508 
i4th NW 


: 


“AIRLINES 
TRAY 4% 
our netr 
AVIATION “TRAtnt 

e))) ae ¥W 


ARTIST 
HIGH FASHION 


fashion artist wit 
instinct 


ions 
» +a’ 


yned arty ° 


Air-cond't 
positions NA a4 


Fxoerienced 
proven hich fashion 


YOUNG’ MEN 
YOUNG ‘WOMEN unas tc siticsanienell 
For Counter Work Inept ine rrehandis 


"DAP" APUERNOON oy MES : at 


merchandise in one 
" fres h 

par ——— 

met 


ESSARY 

fTENING 
SALARY PE 

5-DAY ‘S- Hoth w WEEK 

on ’ em ploree penetit 

; ral ciscouwr aree 

Abele person ne) of! 


~aaaee 


WHITE TOWER OFFICE 
jon 


wees rd 6 Loth rop 


Age 18 to 45. neat &@0d- 
_ — ApDix im Der 
not cai 


. yg: ® 12 n. Deo 
\ae7 Kaloren 7) Rd 


ft cP. wOMEN 
TRACTO 900 


gy ABBEY Ciest 


p538 Eye o NW SI 43-0190 
r oD te) ext $) 


COLORED- me P 
ABHING ros B. "< 
APR. 


me 
On bivd 3 


_ Assistant Bookkeeper 
' me typing spouses 
cond iiens. 


a rorkin 
t foe agels 


©*s bs any 
Thomas } ; 
Mutual Five f; ” Sila Co. 
orp ¢ 
3 a : 
i 5» 5 T - BOO Ate 
ra 4 iva nea 


itie Cm : ao 
trainee. \ype 
c eras 
Re servation clerk 
eor dentoenr 


some ‘yee. > ays 


i" N 
: -TYPRT— 


; leasant per - 


$50 

$) 25 hu 
| 
ona «a 


RED 7B ef or 


er ne 
34650 
7 


BANK BOOK 


POTOMAC 
ee 


BOOKKFEPER 


‘ 
Put 
911 


COUNT AN 
D.C. EMPL. “EXCHANGE 
sta vas eS ae Ne RED 


jadyv experir 
Sooke een ps. 


rettremen'’ 
length of service 
star opportunity 
: ment 2 


Call Mr. Thompson, or 
Mr. Griffin at NA. 8-2112 


oo4 
for 
domestic 
Laundry pernere, 
pha os Ss oper 
MANY ‘OTHERS ~ALL TYPEs 
512 St -N 
HO 2-$512 


$300 
ROCKYVL. 


all tyres 
rs 


B. F SAUL CO. 


ane 4 
| pities "ber otfles 


ey Sin 
< 


sae Bea 


SS DENCIES NEED 


"R¢ 


te queveise 
ork 


- 
“tn nkipeg G0 ao tok 
store advertisinge devert- 


— ine ¢ 
pian 


wo 1 ~ b200 

NW “tv .. £ee 

$275 

tht BEGINNERS AND EXPERIENCED 
. COL RA De 


De 


Kings y 


advance- 


UNDER 35 


Must type at least 40 words 
per minute, accurately. Excel- 
lent working conditions 


NATIONAL 
SAVINGS AND 
TRUST CO. 
eo A 


445 Dv. m 
in- 


h 


wave: group 
Eeonomica! cafeteria 
vlidio Bee Vv 
ce. Jd 
Apt : Line. “INSURANCE co. 816 


i= Inter res ir ne ing work 
in front office hou 
. = permanent 


alr 
Per- 
JIT. 


position * ith 


nel office. MOTEL statisch. "Teth 


LERK-TYPISTS 
SECRETARIES 
STENOGRAPHERS 
AND HS 

-HR a 
comr x ANI RB Non yf, OVER 
fone WHITE 

. OTHERS NO: 

a] Bi ASSTS. SEC YS 
Sacre on c ~ $300-: 
- ity Ss 
STENOS rusty a ceresting £60 4 
APS are many 
CLERK 1 oh + See 
bE et tt eae 
A* "kK «- iad 


°° 'yRe 
biker 


™) "WSdn reksonneL 


 SEEMISS WOOD 


CLERK. TYPIST 


For pasar dept 
A. zm 


m : 
my | ae 


A rts sonatas -* 


“exe 


aph salaries. 5- 
edvance- 


m. te ii ». m Pieae- 

conditions Imeurance 
Permase ~. 

isth end Pa 


"wate end 


at Sever is 

joan omer ‘ oflice 
Pome eae 
sek thd . time, 


Hote) — ashington. 
ave 


io 


a. COOKS. 


6° COOKS. short 


CAR HOPS | 


1} FOR typewriter 


- DICT somenn 


| hours ahorpatins weekends. 
DP. 


. WOMEN 


age eas A 
: tite pauttar.ce. e8. 


CLERK rv Ts. Sas Wimerous 
o" 


cown- 


Cg 3 or Dr.» 
PRO 


DY * : 
1510 t st oe. : Sentared 
Peet Cri Ga * Phy = 
on ROP ESS me eo ta 


D*eti tee 
ae) 7) 
eoiuic 3 ie ‘538 Wa 
riedic§ = raise 
ECRETARY 
retary to executive 
p annua — . Biowicdae ot 
Appi North western . st e e- 
812 Woodward Bide. fyoing helpful but Ly. ualifications. 
: ¥ 5 cay conditioned office. § : Alex 3395. 
oe 4 : ce. nee Sil Kine st. 
ea A TYPISTS — 
See ABBEY First 


1338 Ere a nw ST > 0 30 


ne . 
' = tou . i pd. i va. Under seveases 
dys. pountey [ee i! ii-1 op S-d.-w. $50 
r £ 2-5093.. 
K- a Pist— 18-30 permanent 
aS in mocern air-cond. office; 
wk 


-TYPis 
_— 


res 
your 
Post- 


machine 


adding 
of 


White. are 18-40 


' Wa , 4% Co 


CLERK.- TY PIST—Interesting open- 
ing for typist = insurance co 18- 
25 5 pie asant - - 
roundines or oF employe benefit 
good +p rel for advancement 
Diy 620 Woo rad Bide. ith 
_H ste. of. Wash. DC 
P cra! AR- COSMETIC 
40-? ? 


- Dees, FM _3-4 


is al wes y 
10 


Man t 
5 Bei CLERK 


Netien< wide auto supply co 


Ap- 
and 


clerk. 
7 oot 


Artht 

short-order 

Dish was ey and bus gcirls 

hae ta »& counter 
Waitres alad «ir 

Maids 


10 
», Western Auto Supply Co. 


3908 Bennip 


witte'” 


“cr 

METROPOLITAN 
MPI AGENCY. INC. BNA. 868-1393 
906 LOth 8! NW pear N.UY.ltCOAGe 
COOK: food salary: Ariingten ares 

JA, 2-3586 at 19 8. Bi. 

order . o* 
om. « . 830-835 
Ser.. 519 6th WW. 
trainee, 5- $45 
20 FF St. NW. 


? 
Eaptometer | 
Operator | 


t Rainier. dntos * 
SECRETARY 


for srominent 


Payroll Clerks 


Previous experience in pavrell Ge- 


, 
cow ain giris. 


tunities 
lent emplove benefits. a. 
suburban location 


APPLY IN PERSON 
MONDAY-FRIDAY 


matie 
Sick leave veges 


hospitalisation. DS 3- 


SECRETARY 


8 A.M. TO 4 P.M, 


MELPAR, Inc. 


A Subsidiary of 
Westinghouse Air-Brake Co. 


Pree 


Hot Shoppes, Inc. 


Apply Employment ee 
IMG ST. Nw 
COS METIC—DRUG 


‘ENERAL 
ORE SALES 


Age 20 20 to assist 
. 


3000 Arlington Boulevard 
FALLS CHURCH, VA. 


Bus from 


to F. C 


DAYS OR HO! 
90D REXALL DRUG 
. Cc »R 718 AND x NW 
Comptometer Operator 
Ex perter 7 in comptome- 


pany 


vo’ 
Y 


Atlantic Research Corp 
ALEXANDRIA, VA. 


Take Arnold V 2 
lith and E sts 
Plant Entrance. 


nw. 


SECRETARY— _ 


ce necessar 


PERSONNEL CLERK 
Excelent opportunity for as indi- 
vidual who is nterested in ga 
ing experience in the field of per- 
sonnel management Must have 
good educational becksround if no 

Cc om typing must 
potential of assuming 
littes at ao hiaher ievel 


HOT are LINC. 


141 G St 


iy int erested cau 
COUNSFT ORT exp 
Re n 


st 3400- . 
MAN AGEMENT 
Inc 1oot. 14 
SECYS : STENOS. 
AGeNcY 
TA 3$-0856 


3 
2334 


=e SAS IT *“LERR POSTING | m se ye 
“ai ivd JA 


at ' . Dd 
mi ATLAS Aocy, RE 7 5767 
1@n YN ¥ Ave ry —_ 
CESK CLERK. personable and atir SECRET AR a : 
Hrs im. Ave. 
perm, me Corner 


cfit, sre toa “ ; 


NV © HAVE me © 
Rex "@p’' joni. ; PER! ~y YP 2 


. 5 2 ne ar 

Call Mr 

DEMONSTRATOR ———, 

$7 ae srcy.. | 

. 670. POT Cc 
a = son 

FOR ADVAN - HCHETARY. Yo 
‘er 


AP \ er tar 

int tists La. ay _Apoly Hot Shoppes, Inc 
fr Ppart- ; nw RM 

D's Isdem- D Cis 

North America ne cone lk Tp s ‘Fon TC hac 

. P om and EMP! 911 Kine st 


GECEPTIONTST-TVFT — 


No =. 


ne 
pirtitiax ‘ADA: Hoa 
ABBEY PERSONNEL. 


~ DIETICIAN 
eactive “ tian . 
cafeteria of arge rganita : 
ass‘stent to head dietician 5-lar cys i . 
oe a oe omen a 1 PG - — _BETHESDA. 
other « _ : 
2 anc sick 
Dal Catateria 
resume. #i¥ Bs age . at 


5300 wD 
i338 Gre : 
pr, 


Fu. 
SEMENT 
001 


org Type 40 


J eS ee nee tT 


Star Cleaners 
. 


<TaTi-? 
a ~_ 


sil 7 
—— 


’ ic Al 
rice - i nner 
rere . 


mem? 
eave 


. : : - : 
STENOGRAPHER 
: > . ré riper « 
% 


ae rator 
railing onc i'ions and 6 
pieve ed antases full of 
time y Apt ’ ’ 
~SALESWOMEN 
— oa 


nite Tre ase f 


620 - ~ ESTATE. 
H sts oF "Use ig cc Dat “ wg =~ ae 
; ; Mr Delile. ST 
Dining Room Mgrs. a dtsrirecenes— Por 
with fru cone able te 1 ~- the pub- S O y 
$75 PER WEEK | & a 
ft hon N ;* ; ‘or ipier- 


We will 
fop pe 
perrence rwith pe tential and & W. apt. bide end vother: an’ 
a desire to learn Restaurant “ ac 

Management. We offer per- 
employment, career 
opporturuties, and many com- 
pany benefits. Age 23-40 
This could be the.job you've 
been looking for, or trunking 
about. Send resume to Box M.- 
224, Post-T.H. giving full 
particulars —-  ¢ 

OTEHWASHERS. aundry and de- parel shop ex: 


mestic wkrs. needec. good st al opp App |y +s “oa son 
siege Park Shor 


- , 
4 3320 


at ouses 


STENOG k iPr 


as. ei peri- 
ferences . 
MANAGER — went 
be exp... of 
yy 


pay top saleries to 
opie, whether with ex 


manent 


ive wil 
sales acy for specia 
= ary and comm 


BBLAC. ie T. NW. 
ne roi ce 


“it us Delp + 

mpiy Age) 
on til, i 2 

on A re SW —S DAY ESS 

FILE-TELEPHONE CLERK ~ Wor - LEEDS Emp. Ser r St Ne 

; enc «¢ acc sor ‘ We can pines 6 

$< ; : ‘e ne ~~. colleae ered. 


SERED IT “BUREAU Thomas RE 


, Oo ST. NY ONE FROM HOME 


"ve 


to 


7 ss SEAMS TRESS Experience wor, 
FOUNTA N MG OR , ; —— aes 2o- ms parttime we , 


earn nes Ar ,s es 


“=r 


24_fleor, Tis i2ib 


TELLER 


Excellent Working Conditions 


NATIONAL 
SAVINGS AND 
TRUST CO. 


GRILL GiRte , 
LIGGETTS EMPL 


404 Y save 


GENERAL OFFICE GIRL Americas * Room 91 is 
PART TIME 1 TO 5 Bids. 13th and E gts 


eee 77 ww = ’ A eee Cau Sec retaries 


cme yaresy. Moty re a hhed 
Gye se i EMP! 
he you. od tw JA 2-2000 


S wry? te. ‘0 anewer *e ephone: 
tehboerd experience helpful but 
necetsar©ry or even) —s 


5-day 


We have 2 excellent openings 
for qualified secretaries. Must 
bke to assume responsibilities 
and must like dealing with 
people. These 2 positions are 
unique, interesting, and a def. 
inite challenge. Salary com 
mensurate with ability end 
experience. Please phone for 
appointment, or apply. 


HOT SHOPPES, INC. 


rth ty OPP: cE 
2 


at OR 90 


aal day 


Por e) otfee b 

with Dotel or restaurant 

ence preferred Day hours 

Gays per week. Emolorese benefits 
after 3 ny | pry oyment 


MAVE ny HOTEL 
CONN AVE & DESALES ST NW 
SECRETARY 


ir HOUSEWIVES MOTHERS 
irl-Pri 2 epeot svallable fer the ed wa, m end experience 


- Bens pase, Sime jpcner ~~ ; r rishi per Shorthand or Dictea- 76 .-T 
FY . asearn’ ‘s :| 

work with seagy prore Phone phone may ge —_ — caeeve rvrigy es) - Alexandria gift, 
Mon.-Fri 9 «j = 233 THE Cc REDIT “BU REAU 8-45, must —— nest 1O1 Eine ot 
ST 


, Ape y Aero Aute Co 
HOUSEWIVES SUCRETARY Beet cn. oftice > Alexandria Kl #-6025. Mr’ Nelson 


prs ms eCeETAn 5600 
Paid « en} bills ish A Y, $3600 TYPIST 
for 


ance Fare 
bet After three months & te start 
pub'te wosetieen, x Ra >--- 
trace 3 
an 
\yo ng ‘speed 


po | b he der 
= vor 


Tialive “nee! 
SECRETARY 


750 Gecretary t) executive of 

. @stablished firm. Permanent posi- 
tion. excellent opportunity for ad. 
Tancement f intelligent peresa 
with initiative Varied work. air- | 
cond effice. 5-dea 
include free sick 
ose. eases a... 2» hospitaiiza- 


STONE-STRAW CORP. 


TRANSCRIBER 
Under 35: experienced. tS 
co Nese ecducetion. must be socurs 
typist te hancie mm 
lated meter ial 
opportunity fer aecvancement; 
hour week. anneal and tick leave 
Retirement pian Air-conditioned 
Dullding la typed resume give ~ 


m say 


reet 6feerarch 
ral ” ¥ tare exce a . 
mintmem ef 60 = 


r week 4 ay 
; vaca'ion 
on” eden 
Doctor 
ra . 
. TYPIST Some 


sherthand. whiie. 
pager. Sex 


fience hot necessary 


Age under 46 rapi4 scesrete typtet 
with knowledge of NCR bockkeep- 
ne mach ine and pesic accounting 
Capadtie of a : confidentia! 
work. Immedia 


LADIES, 


Earn $1 
own convenience 


PART TIME 


hour 
ua 


_- ae 


LADIES 
IN MD. AND VA. 


° ,/ 
768, Post- 


GIRLS 


Do You Want Pleasant 
Working Conditions? 


| bees 
“cond. vghice, Ab - > Work i in Cool Comfort 


of Own Home 


4 HOURS PER DAY 


, 
GOOD SALARY TRY TELEPHONE OPERATING 


OVER “25 YEARS OF AGE in air-conditioned comfort. 


WITH PLEASANT VOICE 


CALL AD. 4- 3648 


FOR APPT. 10A.M..4 P.M, 
ASK. FOR MISS HENTZ 


Excellent starting pay. 
Four increases first year. 


Po 
Pleasant work in nice surroundings. 


The C. & P. Telephone Company 
725 13th Street, N. W. 


—— 


16 ps WOMEN 


WAITRESSES 


Full or part time 
Uniforms and mea's furnis 
Departm store hor 

AP 4a! Mn. ST 2 = 


THE Ween CO. 
PARKIN 1g ABI INGTON 
OLEB?E WILBON BL’ 


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Extra Large 2 Bedrms. 
Bus, Schools, Shopping 
CHILDREN WELCOME 
CLOSETS GALORE 


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PETS PERMITTED 


Furn.-Unfurn. 
RESERVE NOW! 


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EFFICIENCY — $I 
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NEW MODERN FURN 
2411 20th ST. NW 


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420 MASS. AVE. NW 
Air-Conditioned 
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soon in this de luxe bidg.., $118 


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Sil isth st. NW 
ST. 3.3300 


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$90 to £120 
ALSO UNFURNISHED APTS. 
CHESAPEAKE TERRACE 
4242 4TH ST SE 
pr, Mites “oesctous APTS.—Vic 
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LARGE EFFICIENCY, $75 
1-BEDRM, ART. $110 


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MSTERDAM 


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elevator apt blida 
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CARILLON HOUSE 
500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW 


EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS 


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CALL EM. 2-8800 

ASTLETON 
1701 16TH 


1-BEDRM, APT, 
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ST. NW. 

$110 
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72.50 per mo 
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LUXURY LIVING 
AT ITS BEST 


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—RESERVED FOR ADULTS 
—EVERY CONVENIENCE 
AND 2 BEDROOMS. 
JA. 7. 6660 | 


ARLINGTON’ S$ FINEST | 
FORT STRONG APTS. | 


LEE HWY. & NORTH DANIEL sf 

1 MILE PAST KEY BRIDOE 

| BEDRM.—$90 

2 BEDRMS.—$105-$110 
Includes all utils. sarbace disp. 
self-defrost. refrig.. fenced- ~ = 

grounds. tennis courts. wi 

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RENTAL OFFICE. JA. 5-2908 _ 


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APARTMENTS 
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a, gritin APTS. 


RNISHED APTS. ALSO AVAIL 
cut Selection Today 


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38 WADING POOLS 


prt 
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Transit & Silver Spring Shopping 


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st —i-bedrm. apt. all utils. 875 


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ror FREE SROCHURE 
4013 38TH ST. 
2 BEDRMS, FROM $92 


TILI(TiI = INCLUDED 
: oF 


reasonable ren’ 


DISTRICT HEIONTS 


LOWEST RENT 


1 BEDRM.—$63.25 Up 
2 BEDRMS.—$75.00 Up 
FURN. APTS., $81.50 Up 


exce) 
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1500 MASS. AVE. NW 
COMPLETELY 
R.-CONDITIONED 


14K ATION 
Rusiness 


wined ehildt am mer cay camo 
CALL RE. 5-800 
FOR BROCHURE AND 

FURTHER INFORMAT ON 


Ria o> hed 


OCCUPANCY 
$6750 UP 
i270 UP 


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SUPONT CIRCLE AREA 


Le od on olds © ty decor 7. 
rm 1} 


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cbBuEoWn bai arts Fer 
tata ch. AD. 4-2644 | _ 
GE WN 
KEW ARDENS 
2700 QUE ST. NW 
x. 130 


GUST NC fEs 
APTS 


errict 
1-BEDRM 


ished with 


linen ser 
Of " 7 
3640 


newly 
enGc 


Ase furt apis 


maid 


Manager $ 
Call AD. 4 


SHIPLEY PARK 


DESIRABLE SE. LOCAT! 
1-Bedrm., from $68! 50 
2-Bedrms., from $80.00 


UTILITIES INCT UDED) 
arge fr — pastel cecor. picture 
wv ndows ¢ oee'ts nerene 

bus SLOD_ In Dre 
os +> ~ x. hops 


"SE: 


INCLUDES ALI 
' did ul 


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gi Sac y 7. apply Cesk of cai) 
\ wa 

jie 
pas OGELTHORPE _ 
| BEDROOM— $753 
DRM. AP SOON. $85 


ATL 
UTILITI “INCLUDED 
et, ac MS al now 


rms. la 
Cony chur hes 
or 


3400 25TH ST. 


#0. 232-0135 


APARTMEN 


at "GARDENS — 


INDIVi »2.3 SPDRM ToMEs 
ree kitcd ~4 ampie ciosets 
rear entrances 


vt ront and 

ES chools 
Somp ete. edecorated— colers 
Ls ' 


3 
ry ; uteide drying 
maintained! childres 


“BEDRM —_$70 
2-BEDRMS.—$89 
3 BEDRMS. —$105 


XURY DU 


YLER 


va 


. _ 


area U of 
ERCO bet ween Queene 
and t 5S Rt i. Medern 


ot, Was. MOR hy APR 


deal 


art Ta! ions 


Sp , $109 
P! 10" H 4 
“OXON PARK 


OXON TERRACE, MD 


ONE BEDROOM. os 35 and 


ee 


AIR. CONDITIONED 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
7 Tuesday, July 31, 1956 35 


4 (Bee, age 


ha 
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1815—879 ‘30 inel 


new refri jerators sefeahca ins -. bedr mu 
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LOYD beat sar'so” ‘and 968 50 or 


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" IDEAL FOR CHILDREN EK 


ars UNrURN — 382, 000 
EMBASSY 5 , 
| Daily 


THE SU hy 
IDAHO AVE. N ; : 
| 3031 10 | cea CATH. AVES.) | Circulation 
RS gy 
means quicker sales results, 


bids 
4100. for Washington Post and 
en Menor’ ¢ ordens Tinés Herald classified ad- 


: Beautiful Silver Spring 
Completely Air-Cond. To place your ad 


3 BEORMS.—1'%4 BATHS 
$133.50 MONTH 


He ses rite 


BLAYC 
LB A} 
See 
Mes. Guy, 2512 Holman Ave. 
Phone JU. 8-1297 
FORGIA AVE_ PAST EAST-WEST 

a Me 


HOWY i? chp To 


he 
SL 
Oe FLOWER AVE. 
M 


—. PAR. 


— 


4 


verti sers. 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


APTS, UNFURNSNED 36 
CLAREMONT 


Simplex & Duplex Apts 


2 BR. $89.50 


INCL. ALL UTIL. EXCEPT ELEC. 


Oat LODE 
of inti Bites 


Toru ven tie er private en trence, 
modern uipment) 


shopping center 
velopment 


ABOUT OUR FURNISHED 
PLAN 


2733 6 re Reed Dr. 
oF 


Ariineton JA. a8 
Wars. - s. Bun. 


=**Chillum ” Hots. 


1520 CHILLUM M ROAD 
Live Within Your 
Budget at These 

Rentals 


MODERN NEWLY 
DECORATED APTS. 


| TiSae RoAS ab gteene 
2 BEDROOMS 
$78.50 


All Utilities Included 
1 BEDROOM—$68.50 
Public & Parochial Schools 
Next to Apts. 


surroundings 
y Aree ds 


ARK AND PRONIC inh 
A oat . Siete ™’® raise your 
A corner apts Bhevetne saat er — 
by 


New elev. 
n 


N N 
New Duplex Sunshine 


A 


Shooving Center and transp 
EUGENE H. PHIFER 


ee ouse 3-871) 


it. and 
‘ib a ‘on res 


both a 


129 


te a ey “SECTION 
THE WARWICK 
B. 3051 IDAHO AVE. NW 


ABS. AND CATH. AVES) 


ind sho 


GRACIOUS’ LIVING 
In an Atmosphere 
Found Only at 


WOODNER 


‘ONS RBS SHAE PR 
Now Available 

.from $86.50 

1-Bedroom.. fr. $139.50 
2-Bedroom Apts. 
Air-Conditioned 


shove d! 
leu nes 


A wep turing 


iC fenced 


near 


Rental Office Open 
Every Day Until 8 P. M. 
5 Call WA. 7.3948 


H SMITHY © 
HU. 3-4400° eit ish oo Nw at 3-300 


Smart 
coc 


»! in th yo 

deck ror a 
3636 i6TH 

HU. 3-5600 


Apartment Homes in Good Hope Hills 
10 Minutes Drive to the Capitol 


LARGE PORCHES 


Overlooking Suitland Parkway, Oxon Run 
Park. Picnic Grounds and New Golf Course 
Open to Pyblic, at these Reasonable Rents: 


1 BEDRM, & PORCH—$71 to 85.50 
2 BEDRMS. & PORCH—$81 to 94.50 


BUILDINGS: 90 detached 4-femily and 6-family bulidings: chil¢dres 
eelcome ef bie some reserved for eéulise only; 
lande-aped. with homelixe setmosphere; 

in subdurban settin 


APARTMENTS: Three exposures. cross-ventiletion te every apt. 
hich elevation end open surroundings make the large airy rooms 
upusualiy cool. Large liv. rm. end — spece. Large porches ac- 
joining bedrm. end kitchen make possible outdoor living. dining 
end seeping im summer. Rear stairs to large fenced-in lawns for 
sate play Unusually large venetian blinds; gas 
ranges; plumbing in Kitchens mdi- 
vidual storage lockers; bidgs. wired for air conditioning: excellent 
maintenance service Rent teclodes gas, heat and hot-water. & 
few desirable apartments avalabdie for immediate occupancy. 


distance te 3 ene-fare bus | 
theater Convenient te Census, 
Bolling Pielés. Navel Research 
Off-street parking. 


Wavior R4. at 30th Bt. OF 


‘WattaLy TafioK ee 


¥ TAYLOR, 


NVENIENCES: Short walk 
angering centers. echools «& 


7 drographic. Andrews and 
Laboratery. Navy Yard. and dewntown 
LOCATION: Geeod Hope Hills te weet of 
end vicinity. Renta! pene open every 
30th 8. SE LW. 1- 


‘BRENTWOOD 
VILLAGE 


GARDEN APARTMENTS NEAR 
THE HEART OF WASHINGTON 


FROM $62.50 
FROM $77.50 


1 BEDROOM 
2 BEDROOMS 


ALSO FURNISHED APTS 


CARILLON HOUSE pen Monday thru Friday ‘Til 8. Saturday, 9-5; Sunday, 10-5. 


2500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW, 
1-BEDRM. APTS 


Lexery livine with every mod- 
ern convenience. Beautify! 
secretarial service. pack- 
age end receiving Fr 
aster antenna. 
fecilities and esrese 


Your Inspection Invited 
CALL EM. 2-8800 
ELMAR GARDENS 

"| Boers Heights. M¢.. on Bamonston 

4 Convenient te sehecls buses 

and shopring e- and two-bed- 

rm. ove Renoveted, spec! nos AD 

ply 5307 Bemiites St.. Apt. Ne. 1 

AP. 71-8698, 

BHA ARNON & LOUCHS 
74 i 14th on Ww NA. 8.2345 


ROCK CREEK 
es ep b S-bedrm. i api 


AIR-C 
NR PREE Par KING 
ette. am 


/ ott. aioe yan sorgge 2 BEDROOMS $130. 
= SILVER SPRING - =T 3 os 2411 20TH ST. NW 


OGarcen ty 
pa oh K. rs. 


me Rie dala ro 
NLOP. CO 


ee TAVATTSVILLE 
KIRKWOOD> 
bo 


Quiet neigh 
Bedrm $73 50 srenspertatiss shopping a. 
. : ar ij rm co.er 
ile Neu s. kite om with wide oven 
from . $81.50) tile baths, § 
(Includes All Utilities) 


refrig with 7. 
pire 
Att On par AY 


cabinets £92 
No security Ar ne roaut red 
co 
Dir Bus Serv : 
Re! ana d Large 9 
Playsrounds. 


REALTY 
OF ARLIN 
2s 
OPEN DAILY SUN "TIL SF mM 
Free Brochure on Request 


sun 
Mmundry 


manager 


DREYFUSS “BROS. INC 


Bh Se 


mother with 2 dren day 
4 ¢ 
rms. UVine 


| 
dinette. “kite m beth and rear 


apt. £97.50. Utils "neluaed 
MOOR AGENCY, Inc.. JU. 9-5555 


it Pe 


pie os 
actiiiies 
0577 


NEW BLDG 
CONN. AVE 


71-1566 


NOW RENTING 
CLARENDON CIRCLE 


Newest air-conditioned 
artmen Arlington 
convenient to 
nad 


MOR OFFICE. APT 
DE 27 DU 


pt iter 18%) ahi 


full kit.: with bath 
Rey efficiencies 


ie bate pigs, te 


a iC 
1339 Ft. Stevens Dr. NW 


2731 Nicholson §t eftic ° 


Remodeled and redecors' 
bedrm. living rm. hate Py 
kitenen apd path. te 
ne kitchen ge an 
electric! i 


i 9 
~ Te fe apt. 20 Po a 
15t 
hh is Fite fs 
#0, 2- ee 
DONNA LEE 


Suburban Living With 
City Convenience 
Extra Large 2 Bedrms. 
Bus, Schools, Shopping 
Children Welcome 
Closets Galore 


Soundproof, Fireproof 

PETS PERMITTED 

Furn.-Unfurn. 

RESERVE NOW! 
me 


. . AD . 
bedrm apt with porch. hot-water gene 
at 873.75 mo 
KEARNEY &8T 
. Reot-water heat 


4 nr 

9 mary 
wo anise 

’ tits 
“ieth 


osed porch 


liv. rm... nett 
rch. 8! 5 BS ois ut otis ay 
x US 


, "hone 


bedrm kit. and beth. new 


oy Welhme = ores Vis. 


Bedrm 
< “eae 


i, 
‘equi 
$ac 


1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE., N.E. 
DE. 2-3202 DE. 2-3260 


PRIVATE HOUSES 


OR 


DUPLEX APARTMENTS 


First Floor: Large Living Rodm, Dining Room & Kitchen. 
Second Floor: 2 or 3 Bedrooms and Bath. 

Each House Has Front and Back Yards, Lawn Care, Gar- 
bage and Trash Removal, Gas, Water, Heat, Laundry 
Facilities and Repairs Provided Free. Lo 


SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING CENTER ON SITE 
2 Bedrooms,$93—3 Bedrooms, from $109.50 


ALSO FEW FURNISHED APTS. 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE 
1734 ARL. BLV®.,. FALLS CHURCH, VA. 


JE. 2-5500 Daily, 9 te 5; Set.. 9 to 1; Sun, 12 toe 4 


ae —— <— 


™ PARK ‘SHIRLINGTON APTS. 
be tise “LARXELe Apr Hore”, 2 Bedroom Apts. from $129.50 


(ALL, UTILITIES AND SERVICES INCLUDED) 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


Completely Air Conditioned 
Free Private Swimming Poo! 
Wading Pool for Children 


Spacious rooms with an aboundance of closet and cabinet 
space. Roomy kitchens with garbage disposals, exhaust 
fan, 9.1-cu.-ft. freezer-top Westinghouse refrigerator, sep- 
arate broom closet. 


MASTER TY ANTENNA 


PRIVATE PARKING ACCOMMODATIONS 
TILED CORRIDORS AND MANY OTHER FEATURES 


PENTAOON EXCELLZNT SHOPPING. 
AND SCHOOLS 


MODEL APT. FURNISHED BY MAZOR MASTERPIECES 
OPEN FROM 10 AM, TILL 9 P.M. DAILY 
out Shirley Bey 
= Soe Pree Sr feat et 


> 


CONVENIENT 


DIRECTIONS: Direct, 
om dist st South; con 
PHONE. OR WRITE FOR FREE BROCHURES 
8-1900 
4503 31st St. South, Arlington, Va. 


a 


SHE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD! 


36. 


Es 
o=a- 


Tuesday, July 31, 1956 


S., UNFURNISHED 


2 ige. rms., kit... Dath;| 
| empl. couple. NO. _"'1-7282. 


-—3 rooms.) 
--2 ms. kit.. bath. 
ine! ude 
PRON SO. Inc 
-5790 


415,000 
Sunday 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results, 
for Washington [fost and 
Times, Herald clasified ad- 
vertis#rs. To place your ad 
for Sunday 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


a 
APTS., UNFURNISHED EL wiihks 
on od From Pree Pr 


801 
/ pir Conditioned 
1 BR. APT. 


92.50 


(UTILITIES INCLUDED 
1414 UPSHUR ST NW 
113 


RES. MGR., APT. 


COL.—-NW 
refined 


util ities 
SIM 
M 


COL ta ey apt newly deco- 
“rated, Call ots ere cecil 


CEDAR ‘GARDENS 
1455 CEDAR ST. SE. 


Large modern ftreproot 1-be 
apts $72! to Avail able 
immediately kitchens 
with plenty of workin « space. Com- 
<p facilities and off- 


Call Lt? 4-8944 or 
a. 


& LUC is 
N. 
NE 


~be sroom 
at 


RED 


ii st 


+i ‘or nS 
j 2345 


‘rm 
29¢ 
See janitor 2.50 
TORRE REAL TY 00. 
1625 No __Caritol 
co ORED 
Walking Distance St. Elizabeths 
And Bolling Field 
1500 EATON RD 48 
Extra lige. i-bedrm corner apt 
modern wide .——-~ 
ave Apoly tor en pre 
ises 


m 
hot water 
mo 


urn 


A W RENT 
2-BEDRM. APT., $81.50 
1-BEDRM. APT., $69.50 

INCLUDES ALL «Siu TIES 

Fant ace arr 


~ PARKGL EN 


Aots.—$81.50 
Sun Deck 
Apts. $91 50 
ies Included 
HAVE A FEW 
URNISHED 

MR ARMSTRONG 
a a'° aX, pa 


- 5 
tani 

DREYFUSS BRO 
1019 15th St ~y 


COLORED 
1415 CHAPIN 


Near 14th and Fis. Ave NW 
‘Elevator Building Close to 
Trarapertation and Sho PpINg 
BLE FOR 
IMMED} ATS OCCUPANCY 
OOMS BATH TOVE 
REPRIGERATOR 857 50-$60 
3 ROOMS. KITCHEN AND 
HB. 8$77.50-$82 50 
ALL APTS NEWLY DECOR. 
ADULTS ONLY 


HG. SMITH 
$11 ISTH 7 EW. er 


\e 


NA. 68-0580 


“ee enter. turn 


E REALT TY co 
45s LEESBUR: ; an 
Phone JE 650 


WIDRICH “COURT 
Lge. Rooms, Huge Closet 
Parquet Floors—Play Area 
Convenient SE. Location 
CLOSE TO NEW EASTOVER 

CENTER 
AT DOOR 
BEDRM $73.50 
UTILS INCL 
—, at fINGSTON = RF “4 
3.46 


20 2 
CERALDINE APTS. 


APARTMENT \ VALUES 


4404 Texas ave. se. 1- bedrm. apt 
4; 2- m 


ba A : 

1807 IRD ST NE —i rm 
share bat $ 

T ST NW —Bedrm 


2 


kit 


rooms 


Wheeler Terrace, Inc. 
1217 VALLEY AVE. SE. 
1 Bedroom-——$70 and Up 
2 Bedrooms—$82.50 and Up 
Includes utilities: liv 22 
13 5 large cio 
inclosed play yard 
incinerator on e+ch floor 
fent hopping an 
enu! poet pt 


ot. 818 wk. lade 
1079 


refes 


Enea 


astern. apt 
i ve IN« 500 H 
- + no fee "MANDEL. 


at Nee HOMES 
$68—$73.50 


Beautiful Hillcrest Heights, Md 
IO. 8-5140 


BOLLING AND NAVY 


1520 Rite 4 ST NW 
r bath 
b! is. $7 2.50 


ulte 


ROX ie REALTY 


shopping 
st. 62.; 


churches and 
ut lis 715 2nd 
A-2 ; 


GREENWAY 


A CAFPRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
Minn. Aye. and A St. SE. 
Leesa THAN 10 MIN. DOWNTOWN 
VIA NEW E. CAPITOL BRIDGE 


: COLORED 
Benning Hts. Apts. 
4433 £ ST. SE 
One of Washington's 
Best Developments 


1 BEDROOM—$67 
2 BEDROOMS—$77 


ALL UTILS. INCL. IN RENT 
Office Hours 
ee ie 
COL.—408! 
Bennin 
S75. i 
or cail $ 
\COT. 

r bedrm. apts; 


See Janitor ] 
COL 05 H ft ST uw. 
= 
Co. t uw 
DISMER At xiER CO. 
nw. NA. &-07 


CO-OP. ais SALE 


Beautifully Decorated 
1-BEDROOM APT. FROM 
$65 
2-BEDRM. APT. 
OFFICE OPEN DAILY 

mM TO M 


oA 53? 
ee P, To 5 P.M. 
2-$250 


LU 


~ RIGGS 
PLAZA 


NEW CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
Dakota Ave and Hamilton St. NE 


ONLY LUXURY APTS_IN 
CLOSE-IN RIGGS PARE 


8-5 dally 8-12 Sat 
} 23-1222 


Minnesota ave 
.. rd. Mod 
utiis 
RACY CO MT 
aT. ii 


ne 


808 


CONVENIENCE 
COMFORT 
PRIDE 


Luxurious li: —~ at a mini- 
WIRED FOR AIR-CONDITIONING 


1-BEDROOM APTS.—$77.50 
2-BEDROOM APTS.—$102.00 


Rent 


sudurban 
service. Call 
JA 576 


— = ONTY S1805— Sure 
Te bedrms av. rm 
& bath 
1703 aanler pl 
& sh acked 
EDMU 

9565 


scat? pretty y 2 


fover 
ap’ 


includes 
except 
ce ~ 
Excellent Shop. Schools and 
Providence Hospita) 


“EF OPEN DAILY 
NE RA. 3-444) 


Near 
Nos" J I YNN. 


tn 3 orrr 
5130 4th _ 


white: 
fee Call 


enants in 
MANDEL. 


’ or 2 
newly dec. $70. RE 
> i 


Small or 
reies. 
—_ = — 

- _ 


vee 
time 
ey MOVER 


AA.-t 
5.3739 any 
2 rms. kit... share BOXLEY 
HO. 27-4089 
Heat incl : $55 


$65.50 month 

a? ror rent 
71 

2 7 —_— added vans JA 23-1834 
COLORED LIDO retire — ‘toss 


ng TA 
613 Eadepen never Bp ° . move OR PICKU! pot »c 


$45.50. mont h 


se 1 ie 
ti in¢) 


itcnen 


723 12th st 
ies mont h 


bath. apt 
VRCIOLO REALTY CO 


COLORED—-DUPLEXES 
434-428 Burbank St wt 
est in D at $62.50 Cos 


it.. dimette. bath. Adults 
express bus and stores. RE 
er LI H. T. Rando! ~ 


4-7265 


ae 
bids 
‘ ®.4941 

iF am nn) Reasonable 


re< te 
ROVALL re ANSFER & 
as 


St orage 
rms OQ 


he >.6248 . 
> OV ing = 
¥ - , 

8 3 cat Pau! ior Bent moving & ha 
time. @:so Sun. reas DE ayy 
ick MOV ING Oc, piece or 

qn se: reasonabdie AD 4-0617 


+ 
965 plus ; HOUSES FURNISHED 
New + York | Ave > aw — ALEX.—Brick 
bath pts.. . Tm 


— 
fu 


COL ina 8 


E.. 33 
kit.. Bath. enc! porch 


—~w- 
lee 


N.—3-bedrr brk. Col Ws. 
_bus $150. JA. &-5888 


ids 5 
. ao and bath. all 
it , Tpavis. | inc. "S 
3 T Eve st. ne. ist thor 
é rm - kitchen gma owt 
ecor 1” Bavis iat oll u - 
sa §- 
1166 
TDs. kit. 


The Voldir” 


126 WTH ST. NW 


$49.50 


STUDIO APARTMENT 


DOWNTOWN L 3 On 
ELEVATOR SE 
MODERN LA NDRY Ya ILITIES 


ffic. Apt $59 50 
bedrm t $69 50 
®° inspect < tanitor om premises 

or call 
r 


HU 
6 HUMPHRIES & SONS 


Colma Bs 
aa 
} yin r 
& DUNL 
TENNYSO: 
3 bedrms 
: ALARA 
ALIF: RN ‘ ~ RAMBLER 
ished. c 


2923 


ir 
+ 


7 
77 I 'DGE 
4445 


erase ie $140 
REA. ESTATE COR? 
es. and 2s 


nt unfurnished 
ar Cc ag 
Eeplior U. 5-7] = 3 
a —* bedrms 
acre fenced ssoung:, ' 
ae 


3. anand 
41 
~~ 3-beadrm rambler 
Tauxemont area 
Newiy redec- 
9416 


Manor 
with 


" st ne—2 fms af 
bath. Demt. ullls. furnished 
: 6 


2 Vermont ave. ow i rm 
share 7. heat and hot- 
. er mo. Key in 
wM ‘. 
N 


v i 
-DA 18. INC... 800 INC. 


BOK 
ALEX aryit 
WARWICK VILDCAGE 
3-bedrm. nomes $115 mo. Individ- 
basement with Westinghouse 


& 


zt 
condits 


and bath ~ 
hat weter ine .uded 


ow. 3 rms a 
h. New cond itioa 
- 


paned c. 
' lee’ . ‘third 
Tight. Vacant. 


! bath, 


full 
| JA. 7-221 


2-1390. MALORA F..CHRISTMAN. INC 
Ww §-29793 


. kit and 
F 


NORTH ARL 
— pe rms | 


5 
Ags foun ARL. thes 
, 


mo. cot ONY 
R type Cc 


a 5) REE EN ae 
*). OUT-OF-TOWN RENTALS 43A 


Finest Downtown tae. 
CONN. & & 

yeestent office space oe 

ished. Small, medium arge 
50 Air- Sane 


nis 

areas UD. 

ing available. Electronic eleva- 
. : le parking adjoining. 


BUSINESS PROP. RENT 47 
“Bath. et INDUSTRIAL Property 
$125 


r lease +" any size pilots: avai 
- e@y thoroughfare, Cit 
n Co. 


surance 
barber shop ad 
6-089 


traffic 


2 baths Ay at 
kit. air cond. 


ape. RO. —dJ3- boéres ‘ 
Price $150 


rm... 


and 
fait weil gar. 


.ARL.—809 No. Harrison st. 2 bedrm 


A bermt.. det. garage. 


ARL. ~1306 So 
min. Pentagon 
paceman 


Walter Reed 
3 bedrooms. 


with ‘, bath. 


. Realty 
RL. N.—Im 2&3> edrm. brk.| 9.223 
Bsmt... attic; ideal loe Re 88-6586 
ARL.-FAL 76 CHU RCH several de- 
sirable 4-b oom houses 
ASK- “Ost “REALTY CO. JA. 8-125: 
ARL INGTON, of S. Walter Reed dr 


4-room bunealow. 


SILVER SPRING 
SHOPPING CENTER 
GA, AVE. & COLESVILLE RD. 


AIR-CONDITIONED 

PRIME BUSINESS LOCATION 

PROVEN pout POR TOP 

MERCHANDISER 

74. PLOOR AND BASEMENT 

] 'T. FROM MOST HEAVY ae’ 

TRAV ELED CORNER IN STATE 
OF MD 

E1G & McKEEVER 
JU... 8-8200 


STORES, RENT 


NEAR Navy Yard: suitable for any 
pe of | ine« 
534 8th ‘st 


reas. rent. Apply 


FIRST COMM ‘RCTAL, CORNER, Wi 
R. & Upshur Sts.. 
duitawle for laundry 
shoe repay. Ps: 

, ‘off ‘ne 


» Be RETR STREET 


Modern air- -conditioned store 55x 


a 


Br : E ’ EW FORE ST—302 
Rd + Dat! 


8? 
CoO 


"BEL rsvinLE, 
th 


$. 


GEOR: a Sion : ‘GREEN 
A ;, 49 


a0 mo 


BETH SD A—4-bedrm 
» Dath Vacant 
SCHAPER 


BETHE SDA—3 


refs 


1 $1 i30. How ARD 
‘Ol. 32-3441, 
bedrms . ry Bat rber 


rm 


440 


BETHESDA. ‘st eae bed- 
$1 th d er? attractive 
Excel lent _ a - 


or olum 
2 WEINBERG & BU 
07 NOW 4 8- 55 
toe 15TH ST. NE. and adioimine lot 
7ean and ,equipved for luncheon-| 
ett e _ idea al for soft custard LO | 


~ 
Nie ey 
3- inc. | 


si28 me. 


— ro. m 


COLLEGE coon — 
brick ramb ki 
WE 


y 
ree. rm ; 


c ~~ eee 


h 
« 
b 


CLUB | 

tion 3) 
rand-new brick 
itchen. ° fire } 


t WAREHOUSE SPACE, Rent 30 
CHOICE WAREHOUSES | : 


‘l) 3.200 sa ft ound floor 
Tailboard Medias” ‘Parkine for 
ft. One 

concrete 

Close-in 


story rein- 
bide R 
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New. 
a 


da c 

071 o evenings, 
A True 

: dryer 


rent 
fir 


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pen 
. 3- Gavital 

V 

was anor. efficiency 
Sale 
bdsm e 

immediate! v 


or 


offi Best N 
sq. ft ine. modern 
with air- conestoues of- 

fices. R me. loadin 
docks and all facilit ies Excel. 
lent location. Available about 


WEINBERG & BUSH, Inc. 


COMMERCIAL SITES $3 
AN 


AN OPPORTINIT?T Oe te 
t= 9? rg OF A LIFE- 
TIME 


D! et 
Owner - 
— g-pedroom. 2- 

vel with garage, $175 
(REALTY, 5800 Lee hwy 
0 


ts CH RCH—I- and 2 bedrm 


houses available immedia 
LOW ND a. 


7) 
vw 
> 


3. 33 ¥ 

C.—3 bedrms. 
with Srepiece and 
din . kit th 


‘ 
rm. 


Vasent $140 

4b bedrr  Fam- 

3414 Orchid cr.. 
808 Mo dr 


5 Bladensburg rd. ne. 
nten 


lots for @ 
r. £330 APARTMENT SITES 54 


er 
90 5 Mol 
Ss) 


IZ : 
"oenet ‘GLEN => S116. 
: ~ Apt. House Grounds 
High density. close-in. 48.000 square 
or more. Water. sewer and paved 
aireacy in. Ideal jocation 
74677 or JA. &-6576 


—_ ee 

BUSINESS eee Leer cae 55 

— ic — yoy NI rA 
oma 


; mes: 
&- crn 
apeh dan et STORE a sale 
& S D Cu 


“bedrms., 3 baths 
ed yarc. EM. 32-0837 
eve ol 3125 us 


*s and 
“2 000 AU rE rs tae 


6 a 


= ot otes 

HOLLIN WILLS ts 
in Gs 
carrying 
’ 


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“Inventory 428 000 ‘whi ch 
vENPORT reatiy Air con 
Jan SO 


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BOSW ELI 


hal 


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arc $100 per 
> sis SAUNDERS CoO 
‘abl 


re erg — BE YOUR OWN BOSS 
i) 


eading petroleum products tn 


‘rT? .=215 
UNDERWOOD PL. WW. 
$105. mo | bedrms 


. 


, Ne ir own bu usin 


a 
~ BUS. OPP. OUT-OF-TOWN 


HOTEL—24 guest rooms, prosperous 
established business. No comp 
yr. around business, excell lomt 


Water- 


~ 
Beek 4 


lge 
ras 


$145 


————=» 


ion. all o ; 
a Ph 169. Crisfeld 
ESTATE LOANS 60 
AY —2d and 3d 
ase Call 3-54 
=P TR. LOANS PURCHASED 
, LTY CO... Realtors. 
ME 8.2495 
ih 
LIENTS with unlimited 
ee = ‘of second-trust 


nd courteous 
RORSCHACH REAL- 


Cri sf) 
REAL 


NE — Very nice 
hom love'y 


2-car carace, 
29 


enh _ ee, B . giand 
ng 


se & other desir- 
Mrs. Carter Eves 


N.W 
; TRUST NOTES WANTED 61a 
{1D TRUSTS wil 


TOmpt action 
WH. 6-4950 
st no 


wit OW RELL-SA ust pater 
say. ices MR. JAMES—DI. 
er mL OM amy. 


REE REDEM. FULL BSMT 
reeze Bendix: Adelp 
ro CENTER: 
ng ot ee Cc 
ST. 3 443 Ms 


! ity of MD 
2914 or HE 4. 

TAKOMWA PARK 
well kept 
; 408 


now $130 
5800 Lee 
Rig HP ne. — On 


roon 
full 


is 


va aD.e 
sT.TYy 

Rall 2S. Hwy., | pay top cash prices 

<Fit Kadi Md. Va. or D.C 

~ n is 

attic %, . 

yar on bb 


RIVER, TERRACE les sed 
$87 

! come 

Price 


c 8s 


50 per mo 


r 


; Call 30 
COLORED — 2-UNIT BRICK BLDG 
GAS HT. #95 DOWN 
LoUte RUDDEN. TU. 2-3060 
SALE, D. C., HOUSES 64 
CHEVY CHASE, D. C, 


GI APPROVED $20.750 
4 BEDROOMS . 


Ble : nome is tn epmncwnte con- 
and ve 


COL 
Pet presen, 
: 


DRED Lae a rms 
heat big 
REALTY CO 


r 
— 


Col 
gas 
$1 
8-88 


, 


sune 


, oie 


COLORED 
HOME VALUES 
TORK AY ‘Ez NW —§ rms 


NW —6 bath 


baths 


Ke) ford wh a o08 Boos 
CHEVY CHASE 


NEW 

at 

K St. 
Ti “ ST NW .- 


, V 
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61 
68 
ea! 
$! 
320 
10f 


rms... 
9rms. 72 
Imo i AVE 
ois PI _ XW 
Rp wz HUMPHRIE 
Ma Ave Re 
COL., TENNESSEE AVE. 
PRT. PX H. 6 RMS. GAS HT. BSMT 
HH. NATL ALTY 
[AS CIRC. NW RE. 7-3534 


“COLORED 


I NE —6 


ata! 


rec m. wi 
* path Garage 


e REAL |» 4: * 
-4678 
—This cen ter 
large weeses cor 


J kit chens CHEVY ci 


819 M 
3 baths 


st. nw. 


9 rms 
gas heat: $100 
URC IOLO REALTY. cc 2. 
COLORED— "3! ‘ 
and bat Arcol 
ISAAC te co j 


ME, 5-494! 
e rms 


atta ) a good bay at $26.950. Call 
COL ‘ORED— rm, 6 £300 ‘tl. 9 p. m. EDWARD 

ds bsr NES & CO. INC., CHEVY, 
Kh AL TY | Cc 


o-rm 


-T 
Al 


the well insulated 3rd floor 
ily size dining 

pad pecentas NOOK, 

n 


Ni 
th. $65 per mo 
AL bs TER CO. 805 H st 


ACRES —7 - room 
, 


quthicgs 

$40 nt 
WANTED > TO | RENT 
EMPLOYED _LADY—Desires 


gi OKINE 
“Aus 
T-t 


2-story frame 
s miles poem 


Properties 
orest Hills 
For the Busy Husband! 
Amid Tall Trees 


This lovely two-story 

: > : utes 
the Wh 4 ; "has 
& Syivan setting. sadijoi nine Rock 
Creek Park Center . large- 
living reom. epen oll separate 

" pqrecnes pose. re 


. Ne 
24) 


PROPERTY MANAGEM'T 44A 


reis 


rein! 


Re 
Lon sasen ". il 
Eve: 


Needed 
T Lee Hwy 
212 JE, 2-148 
Property Management 
HILIP T. ATKINS 
DE. 2-4087 


a ee ee ee 
GARAGES, SALE OR RENT 45 
XCEL 


Amazin’ 
colonial br 
rom ° 


» 


ntr 
breakfast aesk, pn 
two baths on second 
arge third fleor with 
storage oF ished room } 
+. Union Station 
-2B4 


OFFICE, DESK SPACE, Rent 46 


JEORGFIOWN — VER CBTINGs 
ARLINGTON ’ J LEO KOLB CO ' 
REALTOR AD. 32-2100 


elec : 


AN ang re ae 


ROCK CREEK HILLS 


Luxurious rambler with Ja st ohow 
the finest fleor plen eve see 
featuring huce artistic vt ig room 
with icture window overlooking 
lovely private rear garden mg 
bath 


a . - joree | “beautiful shr be 
Pbareain: 


aaueee 1 ~y mid 0s. 
' he 


S| ANNON & LUCHS 
$ 14th Ww Ԥ-2345 


BELLE View "SHOP CENTER 


Be: ween Goarge Washington e- 


com - 
aul ys 
of, 


> ‘or other 
€ minor serti- 


rm. 
co rm priced in 20's 


| 


. Ex 
oamace financed. Call NA. &- 6440 dert: 


7-1655 —— 


sits COLORED — UPPER NW. + 


zm. 500 BLK 


m) 3.3540 
, COLOR 


SAUL 0. c. wousts 6 D. C. HOUSES 
ae. mm COLORED--VACANT 
509 Rittenhouse St. Ay 


= ae brick, 6 rooms, ae. 
mt.. -w. new house 

Betlise Sat e ‘be 

FRED E 


GEORGETOWN ew. exclusive 
brick in pest ssneeian doubie a: 
b 3 bedrms.. sep. 


1675 WISC. ‘DE. 2.1437, 
MILLICENT CHATEL | 


SHEPHERD FARK. D. C.—Det 
— Xa 4 SOOrens.. plus gen. | 
r breakfa 
30.000. CALL ie-| 
ill 9 Dp. m., 


made in 24 te 


HRLICH 
1012 14th St. NW __—ST._3-0450 | 
—Alver 1630p. Bi. DU. -1-1398.__ 
0-FT. “COLONIAL, BRK. 
6 RMS., 1% BATHS 
2 CLOSED PORCHES 
FULL BSMT. REC. RM.| 
$395 DOWN 


ELLIS KOSSOW,. REALTOR 
-44 ‘TA. 9-8749 


~ COLORED—$150 DOWN 
SEMIDET. MODERN 


$70 MO. 


peex aes peu soeathed brick 
od eat 


* Below 
& GERB 


Wesley Heights | 


| A HOUSE Y. DISTINCTION | 
Beautiful location. lovely- garden. 
attractive peeace House in excel. 
lent conditi iret floor: en- 
trance Rall rawing room and 
porch, library and ravetory, di din mq 

s: 34 ook 
garace. 


im *< Chatet "BU. 3-3356  * 
WESLEY HEIGHTS 


nei eemerneed. 
beautif' t. 
wit ~ 
one fin in 
home. There are 3  &.. bec 
baths on 2d ‘loor. Goo por 
with maid’s room and ba To 

attractive aoe SINDLER REALTY CO. 

Priced in t Anytime. 9 
pointme ae VA 


Birickler, NE.— $59 ‘ed SOWN _ 
GILLIAT & CO. : 
DE. 2- 4, SRE 


DOCTORS—DENTISTS | 


tare stone home overlooking the LI 

city Washington 

4 huge- sized bedrms 

and what a vine hi. 
z 


: 


pone By 


on! 
o] ~~ Y 
" ’ 
fenced ard 
Call co. ‘$- 4056 


~ COLO! +r 


“ome cellent conditian. 


a Hy Ve 


this 


ear 


excellent 7. r 


Modern 


a  #) 
{fers floor. 
an der 
ma 
ba: e- 


ires basement 
; 


e ve <top 
$! 

‘HO. > i287 

a 

3 ‘ nt 

sh + ~ me call Mrs. NO 


‘full — 
front and rear 


co 
aes 


ne 
ne chen and tile beth 
ent auto 


; heat; 
: yard 
we ev ESTMENT 
33 3-3307 
eats RED— DET 


i; BEST BUY— UPPER NW. 
5210 13TH ST. NW. 
ist Floor Ren ru Bath 
H.-W. 


as the most beaut ful ittenen 
tne cit y Huge recr ; 
fired hot- wal ~ heat 
aceg 7 New Auto Washer. Dry 
pe ene iD REAL ESTATE 
2-6161 MRS HABER EM. 2.7072 
"Set ORED fH & E. CAPITOL 


$495 DN. 


FINISHED BSMT—2 APTS. 


emis is teniz © dergein. 2 kite.. 2 
paths. 2 cl. porches. All redec 
ine< ty and won- 


" 
; 
‘ 


TOWN HOUSE 
EXCELLENT INCOME 
Well-constructed an 
brick home in Mt 
10 rooms, 2% bat 
oll h.-w reat ) 
transp. Very low do 


r 
’ 


wn payment me proper 


BAR “REALTY CO. 
TA. 9-6800 
~~ COLORED—PETWORTH NV Ww. | 
HOME VALUE 


BEST 
> WN 


buy thig semidetach 
a — ] a. 
front > 


’ 


D. mm 
SIDNEY Z MENSH & CoO.. INC. 


NEAR CATHEDRAL 


Smeetions brick house on 
gree Bu 


abonme . 
lene first floor for entertal ning 


ane x - BEGG. | ADLE NC. 
bu "7.2480 


Fashionable | NW. Section on 
Outstanding Luxury Rambler ati? DI 
Only about 4 years old. this fine 
home has the spacious room. fine 
quaity workmanship nad excel- 
lent architectural des! sn neces- 

Dieasurable mocern liv 
treat ar 
‘this fine upper 


will 
home 
crete 

wood floors "Get ached —: ase. 
4 dbedrms.; beat ls 
basement; cas 

Geors! 2 ave 

schoo!s e 

ER REA ALTY | 

__._. AL 


brick! 


' 
"ise. 


; 4807 Illinois Ave. NW. 

. det ach oa 
be 2 al 
cant 


A 
“ERED EHRLICH 
14th St. NW ST. 3-0450 
Sinctmninn After 6°30. DU “<95 
COL,—14TH AND 
$495 
you move 
+- Ns “ 


oe 


lus an income 


ie 
TAY! i. 


Lon 
WN 


‘be GI 


$ 4.950. “Bass 
é sh oniy 4 
[ BU RGESS 


10 
De : nai 


200 


om 6-52 a 
> + abe HOt SE 
. Con ne tict 


nto 
eo 


KALMOS REALTY 
= “ORE AM FOR VeALe 


Ww 


pac 
loca 


—INC OME: 


ME 
7 RM BRICK 
2% MOD. BATHS 
BEAUTIFUL KIT 
REC. RM., GARAGE 
$995 DOWN 


KOS860 W 7 TOR 
." T 8749 
3700 BL OCK 


activ ‘ 
SOLD 3D 
CO. KE. 7 
CRORE 
~OOD 
. Rea 


HOMES 
CTIONS 
_Kalavrithi: Ex 


COLORED—ATTENTIO 
Only $195 Down and Take 


33-8440 


714 Tth st. ne 


Call EX. 3-8440 or TA. 9-1713 


4 4 BESR DET AEHED 
1300 ahen EMERSON ST. Nw 
uly $795 dow: u 
the proud 
North west 
heat ’ 
¥ recdec. ST 
COLORED—c! nice 
SE neighbor 


7 : 
Se 


OLORED—BRIGHTWOOD 


Upper Kansas Ave. 
2 BATHS—! TRUST 
a ae 
Medley. 


Covel 
cm 


ri WIth ONE TRUST cal 
Mctn =x 3-24! 


PRED A SMITH CO. 


~ COLORED—CORAL HILLS” 


Detached Brick 


$] 7 {O00- =3850 og 


OLORED—DET.. 4 BEDRMS 


4th 


= ‘ee 
LEO M. BERNSTEIN CO. 


c 5-3533 
COLORED WOODRI DOE 
3040 § DAKOTA AVE. NE 
Dtaches corner bdrick with bed- 
. anc bath on ist fi 
OW N— VACA 
ROGERS REALTY CO 
NA. 8-0904 TA 9-3459 
COLORED— MT PLEASANT 
DISTINGUISHED COR NER 
2001 KLINGLE RD 
LARGE SEMIDETACHED 


and 


ed 


Ss p.m 
R. A. HUMPHRIES 

2 Mass Ave. Realtors NA 8&8-5020 
COLORED 500 BLOCK 
J EPPERSON ST. NW Br 


ue 
ty: load w ith ex ras 


7 
» 


DP! ct ar 
— ion thr ough 


OUul 


R. A. HUMPHRIES 


Mass Ave Rea! tors 


HOUSES WANTED, te BUY 65 


GEE 
ew S Rt need home: 
4 } & Prince Georges 


nw 


unty. 


BIRECT FROM OWNER 


Highest cash erty 
D 


QUALITY HOMES 
Broker Co-Op Invited 


for o* 
LU or PR INCE dro RCES CO 
sal. Day or «ight 
; ST 3.7308 é : 
offer on properties 
ant Delle. JO. 2-0683 
2" J4V 
SPOT CASH 
HOMES AND TRUST NOTES 
ICTOR DICKEY AP. 7-8080_ 


A CASH BUYER OR 
"GotrHbist f REAL hey “so 
Bt pl of pay — fo. for 

WH aif Naw 7278. 


K ACTION 


at. Once Str 
M : field “Pa 9. i 


Spot Cash for Your Home 


QUACKENBOS NW 
A REAL DREAM HOUSE 
5808 8TH ST. NW 
NEAR COOLIDOE HIGH 

4116 ILLINOIS AVE. NW. 
22 FT. BARGAIN 
6105 4TH ST. NW. 
DETACHED BEAUTY 
Call ‘till 9 om. AD. 4-6652 

DANIEL DIENER & CO.) 

COLORED - GT specials choice NE 

ti 


ions Down payments 
Monthiy pay- 


J. 


your 
- 9400 


H 


or nearbdy 
_ Sst antial cash 
2-8136 or ST. 3-73 68 
ep. ouses to | veil and rent 
DE 


section of the 
no commission char 


& CO CO 5-4056 Eves OL. 4-2016 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. ier 


MARYLAND 
Montgomery Count 
~-sS. ea Sl buy sAGTNE! 

2 baths. upstairs fam- 
LUS + ~ 
na! “ang al 


ws an 
Cc 


ERS ia S10 306. 
floor. finished 
Sn yomnes. 
‘Batty 


=" larce bed- 


ED—7i5 UPSHUR ST WNW. 
29- t. Colonial bric«. 
ar liv. rm i * 
rm t 
porches in knotty pine. 3 bedrms.. 
th with stall: shower. ree 


7 
modern 
Lovely = 


akiast spe 
CHEVY CHASE R 
18 


till 


3- 
: ARGYLE CLUB AREA 
" fooms. 


LGR 


Galy $3905 down for Gite . 7 6 
Cooniail; full f] 
yard, po schoo 
tratispor‘ation. Call 
dD 


BONAFIDE. Se 


of a itfetime. 


Geen che 
Our Lady 


. eenter-en- 
bright bemt 


trance brick Coloniai, 
with paneled recr 
outside entr. scr 
rear yard, shade trees 
: me a and #¢k- 


sed 
RBAN. EM 2-2400 
rr For $2 
rick Co! onial den. 
stairs ° Bn c 


hal) tch 
- a bash. seperate “Tint ng rm... 
uu rm jal 
ful) 
wil 
SIND 


COLORED—G!I APPROVED 
74 YOU ST. N.W. 


y hag down Nr. NO. CAPITOL &T 
nidet 2-story brick. . 


grounc- 


ae house tn i yard. ‘Call salir 
BOGLEY OL 


rooms. 
M 8. full base- 
7-1655. Eve R 3-940 lovely S with 
wen. CALOMIRIS INV. see Cai saMvEt, a eet 


Si, be completed 


' or garage 


trees. 
a sell 
‘ INC... oe floor 


sae SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD, 
MARYLAND MARYLAND 
Cc 


ON—Only 61 
ee or retired couple 
on R =* ‘nn 


NORTHWOOD | PARK 


| Attractive on onial ar witty with 
3-ft. li + rerines, s} . den ch.! 
3° “twin-gined 


| Fe ormal sized it 

| poyder re. rm... _ ‘bem 

iw Kt PRE eRoEAMe Fo. Wats 

aaa me older home’ WASHINGTON GROVE 


beautiful acres with 2-horse’ 
| The town within a forest—<« 
nity jake for ewtmming 


13 

cus 

we oe a a ome 
a ‘ 

|S ePésutate @ co. J. 9-454. etek te ir 
10.Miles From : >] 


3-bedrm 1 
firepiace’ = 
. n 


po | ae 


mo.) 
ome, fea-| 
~ Bit 


s 
© vet.; love 
caring speciow 
with ae eee: 
rm 00 .' 


E 2. 
BETHESDA 
RIVER RD. SECTION 
NEW SPLIT-LEVELS 
6927 SELKIRK DRIVE 


OPEN DAILY 3 ‘Th DARK 
2' doded. Jot, in 


small 
Neariy ne 


~~ 3 
rec full 
+ oun oS 4 
$30.000 es ont on 26 acres $40.. 


Entrance hail. 
living room 
eoine aquarters, sepa 
Me modern kitch- 
with fireplace, 

” malt’ s rm. carport 
Be sure es aoe Re: 
homes Price sta 4 
950. DIR.: Out River - * tieet 
» lane to Nevis rd. ‘first ieft 
left on Nevis to Sel- 


BERRY, Il 

REALTORS. OL. 2-0098 
BETHESDA—$20 950 4-yr.old brick 
3 bedrm 2 baths. kitech- 

on “? h table space; nice level lot 
nice section. Owner purchased new 
= ~. oe . down pay- 

rent. GI pend- 

ing eit L Nas! ie har TY. EM 
46 


2-2326: eves. 


BETHE 
Truiy 


50 ' 2 homes svali 
rate dinin 7006 Eves community. 

; r e 

K CREEK 

laundry rm. with pride we present this | beau- 
tiful. brick home r 
nize Nis assetee 1, 

breakfast 


ape 


° EVE: 
TED REALTY 
ROCKVILLE 3-Hedroom br. 
} with full emt. completely 
and new screened porch (12 
x 10 f}.). aso aggrqnec —y 
Has veteran 
wWaich owner 
sumed. Paymer 
house is in beautiful 
has many nice refinements 


wert ‘oceine 


re ‘o4-3 
Prince George: County 


BROS . ADELPHI VILLAGE © 
endl bea 


At Waahinetor 
condition ~~ Phone Gaitherst 
ver 


east end 


SDA Greenacres $1 
charming 3-bed room ‘brick 
Large living room: sepa- 


2: ha Eves Mr. 


wane ay 
onial with 
family-size ‘ining 
at we ie porch 
, Study and = j 
ded yard $28. 500 
pendorier, OL. 4-811) “3. 


BETHESDA —$17.950 Near NI, | - 
bed: ba 


jivabie 
3 


BE 
ene "brick An. 
aths 
= ed 


sm 

spendorter. Ol. 4-811) ‘til 3. 
Silver Spring Rambler | 
Very striking and well — 
brick home near sc hools and tr 

3 bedrooms. 2 baths. living 
dining room and de luxe ki hen 
with breakfast space. porch and 
tied basement Brangd new and U 
ready to move imte Call NA 


8-6440 ti p.m 
MENSH & CU 


Gen ho st 
s PHI x ips. OL 
0 ae 101 
BETHESDA ° Pat Woon. AREA— 
oom c« 


3-ded 
vine room. 
large kitche 


_ SI iDNEY 2 INC. 
SILVER SPRING 
RAMBLER—$ 16,200 


3 bedrm. brick with ultramod 
lo rel 7 evel races yard = 


amt ld 
Por 


+ a 


_ 
ing room mt 


firepjace 
. hs 


rit 
rewar 
hools 
Exce!- 


HYATTSVILLE 
Lovely 5-bedrm . 1'4-story home 
in A-i cond Pull dem G 

det. garage. Only 


sale to Gt or non- a1. 


went verms 
NEVER 
you find «a nicer 2-bed: 
Hard to describe because 
features Lac. in & 
a 2 igo 5 rooms 
garace. Call for 


SAMBLER-—-CLOSE IN 
$10.750. Truly a unique home. Pull 
6-rm. . brick ome with ice. #i- 
elec kit, center- hall plan full 
din. rm bemt. Excelient terms 

anyone 

CALL 


rl -b 
. beautiful . 
Realtors. Ol. 
_2-5287 
BRADLEY WOODs—Luxaury : 
| bier custom designed; picture Win- 
| dows with ilovely vistas overlook - 
| ing ite acre plus of 
iving frm... 
Me Ras bay. 
. 2 lige 
| ae luxe kitchen, delightful porch. 
i bullt-m garact; 
00 Cc. ALLE! 
} mM. 3-4450 
D 6115. — — ' 
, CHEVY CHASE. close to the circle 
and the clud ality stone resi« 
denen with an ianer graciousnes?¢ 
for living end entertaining. «an 
outward appearance of grandeur 
the executive or bu) 


7500. Eves OL 


low Gs $2000 down 


LANDOVER AREA 


level 


ror Pry rt tale ON 


wOODS'DE "REALTY co. 
sT. 


ime ai stance 


to 


price of gis so. wih as 
as $3000 do 


THE PERRY BOSWELL 
WA 4500—Realtors 


‘< 
from 
r rick 
aton shapes center 
ful bemet Anchor teneed 


sidewalks 
3 ary 
GRAHAM A oo. J 

9 


Off Mass Ave 
2-bath brick 
: breese 

; £00 


co. 


: 80 -§ 
wits THOMAS L. PHILLiPa. wo 


. 


. ROGERS HEIGHT s— 3-bedrm. bre 
900 er to be’ 
pc! 


loan 


AP 
SIL. VERRILL 
Driv by an 


2802 Andover 
a 


loce 

e344 
enone. “REAL TO : 
nae -“Ziz3 3100 Pa u P Rone 
chit ST “Keep cu 


in this attractive 3- 


: 


brick 
be 7 
Hake MAN REALTY 
Lt 2-5976 
$1 0.500 GI 
Yr si Lens 


- ~~ -beirm } me 


rear 


rms 


bung. F bemt. Pyrmts. Resite 
LO. §-3688. SUBURBAN atiTLaNp—) 
r ped rms 


~. 


‘or 


many extras ine! 


ya asher 
F GEORGES "REALTY Co. 


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Park. $33 Brick and stone 


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ONLY $17.950 
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L118 Georgia Ave. 


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rambdier with seperate din- 
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shopping and bus 


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$12.750-—-WHEATON HILIs 
2 bedrooms. full bemt.. brick and 
aa rambier on bie corner jot 
particulariy attractive and in- 
Genuine home. 


$11.950— ROCKVILLE 
3-bedroom ROCK CREST rambler 
Impressively tmmeculate and beau - 
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$19.950—KENSINOTON 
Living room. dining room. kitchen 
and dén down rooms end 
bath up. Garage. Huge wood lot 
Looe like & dream Needs «& 


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Marry A. Boswell Co, 


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CONTEMPORARY 


Inc. 


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tree 1. §-3400 
3 excelien' LOVELY 4- BbaM. CAPE COD 


. 1% baths. garage. full 
size dining room and mod kitchen ALL sent oe 
sted home. 


with breagfast bar. Will finance to> Fme newly de 
sets S608 si} B. WRIOHT. EM feers refinished sy fall baths sit. 


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gee svnune. HOUSES 67MD. att noes —eor SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA.|LOTS FOR SALE 
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N . | wala LACUNA ~ EXCLUS © Wit. erea. new u es iv baint. a ORY. ‘Tuesday, July 31, ' 1956. 37 
wii) osdrmes des, es ee ) _ » Realtor) jg ¥ ‘ wide selec apilne wii it ss SAukS—=<“C~« PY 
uit Sob tp: bedrms. “ e Properties : aon, restr cted yA. Just ao TRAILERS, SALE » AUTOMOPILES WANTED 9 96 = LE 
mm tomers att A 
oa lore Fe uth a — covered Terms 50% down. Homes custo 
if -. odeskeed ik busit PYLES REALTY CO. JO. 
esijing in od ares. n 7 igye. J a a '. a9. VERNON R NV. COLONIAL. 52. 30 [ft.. bat noo. , CASH » A ADIL 
it at awn meet trees. Rae tein park, ares Small gown pe7:| 2007 Mt. Ver : excel. cond.. $1860. Lot 132 
rry jane, sk. Fen | See vingtield. Va a7 aeaity wiey yempeee, Reg ee ott Risgs 4., uh ‘miles past Tick $ a nal Traller Court, 4-DR SEDAN 
aL S CHURCH = drms..' beamed cathedral ceiling ‘asher. patic, beautivul yard with esteurent. ity water, aie aa DENIS, “INC 4 
nat ‘oe C | stucco, ph bemt.. stove & refrie eve catcher in this « these m owers. shrubs ny large Le rt pe i T | ag ant 
URB. HOUSES ava | taree’ Wing” room ore Areplace 000 down. total $10,600. Ce bedrm rembler. All electric kit T nes . ue poertee 7 .~ an models. = re »e 
arate dining room. sin BA ' eparate din. rm otomae River front (S750: Lakes-2 models -biue One 
IRGINIA Kitchen. full tie basement. eauti- INCOME lot in wire Norih Arlington Jo. n| Fall Church Area | t niles east 6 “Shep etastown, pashue——-s models PP inte tate quick 
pany cevblete eset! S178 apatggage Beer UPON An? MERA Ae and tROWeLL £60... INC wick Poserasion, god Buy, | Be Rane terme Apply yey’ "| Afultard-<20" vacation a 
. , ROWELL & IN pherdstown W.Va Reconditioned—.7 models | ea 
fs enced co er igt hmezing P+ thease Rity., a 2- 3110 SAG IN NEARBY VI £0 N pene Rd. -_ A OL: 3, 500 ANGLEY. VA. — A "a iste 2 Pan 88 + Dare & 12-6 Sun. | re clean cars: ol} modgels and The Auto enter 
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“| $72.50 PER Me 411999 |A REAL BARGAIN—$16,500 “iver ia” acre. Aumume oi Mannas Rity., JE. 2-3110; gt hiliside on fast streem. Maryland's Latpest @Dattan’ Dealer Bey de MOTORS _| s2,‘Ot{ Northwest Location) 
: he 0 FoR mw. . AS UME LJ DANIEL £. RAGALIE ‘oan and move right in. ty water avail. Owner. JE. 2- Wpite Plains. Md. La Plata 4671 | 4: 

*y Yee ~ 18-ft. living rm 4.9419 washed Because it redecn 25 Miles South of Washington, ; yoga “62” Orey. 
apace es fenced re choot” Out with OF LO 28h? _, Maplter OT . rating Act fast! Call Rorschach tors WANTED 74 D_C., om Rogie 291 uc come rr jearing. 
bor. ir. ni des te school wne 758 <5 amb de Ke DA vt Realty, 1107 Wes’ Broad st.. Falls PLATT. _ “With bath and awn- power es. electric win 

; mi ry BE UY TOUA ee ‘Just Loaded With Them’ “eres 18 D.C. of aeaiby phy SrYVCNTT 71a SY itol Cadillac-Olds €o. 
‘ | AIR CONDITIONED - Avnerey THE CHAMPION : AUTO PARTS-SERVICE 91 
Attractive big brick rambier wi : 7 A 
y | Prone and brick epecievél house! riving room (12924) with fire. LORCOM LANE AREA fireplece im living room, meds oom ACREAGE, SALE 5 ee ae ge nish toll power 
rn i: th — gelling. piace: full ize dinjne room: al dining foom. huse dinette-sise MARTLA bs ~ te power 
$800 DOWN rione os vie wo enmectric kite wits, tie N WINWNE : kitchen with leree breakfast bar D | e sh” ric windows 
and picture window overlooking bath On the yom floor 3 larece A BLUE ao I R ia io- and smart shadow-box ivider _FARMETTE A ic : new, 
iLy 3 TO per pares, Designed by Lone SS bedrms = tile beth Full Demi ~: fo aunt 4 others ps ultra de luxe range, refrigerator. 5 acres or more, stream, on «rave! | “Suburban Cadillac. 
c 1? ve | ri mod: ; lu ee : . ’ 
iF, your ance of s veceme architects Terrace private Al peaped lot with “ae iaree shade site wish sep. Cin. e.. 1 dishwasher, Rye I Lage oy Bot ae just off indian Head Hey TRANSMISSION wave ty = | 
“| truly charmin ouse ~ s and 2 fireplaces Full Dem! ' art mi af few for - +e 
s : avin ee 2 ean bedrms.. 1% ace Poy trees. Very convenientix. | pit : - built-in = — © ae peness Pg 4 a 2 c supe) S AERO r REPAIRS 50-85 oeeeed sete 
ss ” ‘ mong rees or . 4, ‘ - : eeeeeeete 
ae neared tay cptriner. —— yn ~ er il disposal. George Mason Green Co dead eng street. ais e* ne ae and in pe cent ter. imgraculate cond}- LD ania ae > me cccocdoss me 1 5] CADILLAC 
~ ™ Exc! usive Agent al lights rom the Pentagon J ' é perfectiy im ae 31 ° esiiors a a ‘ “Oo SEU .steeeceeds ome 
gn dea ten e shreet. ‘eal } MA i] 7“. “4 , iO Gl 4.1409 o rept ve value at only $21 000 ~~ ul APPROVED ,; a. ~~ We Specialize in All Types 50-38 seeeeseee et CONVERTIBLE 
in i ys lic © anc : pec ary . ‘ . 
ee pincingeg. a pi ores) te ne hee N RORSCHACH REALTY |. gyi Mi gh  remenmcens on wit, Frade UB ion odwa’} Yerr tian. low millegs. 48 tola 
; | ~ here lang values are goine up all Work Guarant 
joner «a wall-to-wa carpeting. RIGHTS NEEDED 1107 West Rroed 6. Palls Church =n tim ont 3 whole, $1100 per = = 
A ws ot ‘home a! = out WALK! 6 OTST ANCE ro | Te eet low down Why re mt nee JE. 2-3706 acre MACON HIRST Free Estimates BLAS: LARK) DOYLE. MOTOR SALES 
3 -_ - « : } . ren 4 en ; 
location: No Cc. 1.A. SITE Laem | pot hae Ae d ) Ge B ~ti17 RL Ave. NE. Ho, 2-0008 _ 
Jamestown 1 we. “Hot in Hel Vi- wew ail masonry home on ‘,-acre I Dieased to heip you to nen ¢ gener" COOL S DE ed Parklike Setting” Anrandale, ve phone CL 6-2200 Temple View Garage 8OU itol_ an \CADILLAC—'s4 rleetwood. two 
negr C 1A. lLangiey gite. Living terms you can affor | LA ¥ Auth | » pre w.-w. tir 
room with picture window, 2 bed- SNOW-WHITSR BRICK RANCHE 95. "B MOTORS, 2510 Bia- 
The Mm H "BARRY Org. pe s. 1 ae equip.. modern Arfax Realty, JE 4- 4900 TREES poe ierty Bares 3 at tows L ‘wo0d: WATERFRONT, RENT 756 "S010 D Duke St. Alenondela “ene ios A md 
itehen, paneling in jivine roo sa8¢ 4 . ; 
4 Si ape Ave, Aer S| and din, room. 61! r $ | O00 DOWN Sen ace Sree. pals cesten-ses ar .: liv “?| ~ porches. 4 Ki. 9-1847 tone iinish; Mn like 
Reliable Ofte’ G ACE A KEMPTON full basement. Hi, 2 sears fl@or-to- bedrins. 2 fy ~ he og — BUYING!!! | See throughout Terms. or ' trade 
. HWY AYD ASSUME GI LOAN! Here it VIDE ¢ NG ceiling fireplace ™ specious living any_ Beach Del 
ae move in fomorign 4" . 6-32 cLBAR A. &- 4934 is enact: what ¥ you have been PROVIDE THE SETTING room *) me. epars ; dining room. 5) . BAY — COTTAGE. - AKERS OLDS-CADILLAC Co. 
\ 2-bath bri ck home f looking (or—a nice 5-room bur IN SHREVEWOOD bright de luxe equipped kitchen, in beautifu) pvt. beach mog + con TRUCKS, = ighest prices paid ‘for used | Pairiington Shopping Center 
me replace. becom ment, Srosmeene ORT R LVOIR © esiow with screened porch and an exclusive section of much-higher birt ps 6. My Pa er eee 17-6429 . cars. Bring car and title to . 3 
er ‘4 sere of - IR a \-aere lot. Cony t locatior priced home is the *'steai LONTAL ottage. Clean CHEVROLET ce-Of-mind guar either of our two big loca- = ou 7 
“Only te "600 easy terms iriendiy nei righ borhood Oniy 812--| 3 and 4 Bedrm. Solit Levels | 7 u've been looking for at $20.850. an reasonable JA 9563 an.eed ve at ye lowess ice tions trous bieck and white top: all 
"p82 ASSOCIATE BRO- + S19, ae 130 eur possession in ist delay. VA! 27, blocks [rom WicHoL [s0° ° disy Ph ee EMERSON & ORME powee equipment: very low mile- 
~— eek! Water available Aug 4 and o . ; new condition; especial at 
3 Bedroom Rambiers “Sec | uded $45 « a.4/48 
sque brick rambler , = — a oo 6 ; } I 
BRADDOCK ACRES | S'sedfae “D ireplacen, ful barn $10,300 ce Bem MAVEN IE mi DCTs FORD STARE Ta shai tos (BUICK) “burbar Cadillec-Olds 
1) Cc bit A tik - ra r Cue ; « s a 
Somplated on Chere *Wonteg Tait extras pluses beautiful -%y-acre facts A decabvate dacs pest, meter, 200 wk. Out Rie 214i rv fost, side board. wood cond "BELHESDA. MU, OL. -c100- 
i pnemt wit s th’ and landscaped lot. Out FIRST OF- FULL PRICE to sign on left. Owner on premises Pa , a. t i oe cond i406 
round level outside entrance. 3 ro. = ? . “Belvoir AY ist! VETERAN! with a small down pay- GI OR FHA TERMS le phone UN. 7-8155 408 ae i. J HEV Ln ve E 
r bath. liv with min. SF rt Beiyoir. tyDes d prox. 8467 per hor wer 
fr dining area. electric equip financing sossivie. Bee today by Mn" ya, RP 'S-room. brick home. LURIA BR OS. ed. parkiané : and: g- VACATION F PLACES 73¢ AUTOMOSILES WANTED ts ANGLIA—Prefect, Consus =f trap emasion ten inte delivery 
sto ' ed . venier close-in location: eco , bars Beni orics Di ® 
oe seuaar ohumht mer the Tom Morrison Realt Conyenjent., close-lq_lecatiee: o-. a ae o 9 - ae eee he de luxe leatures ALLEGMENY MTS. — Cottage 6 ‘Zodiac. i ae GEN. Rosenthal hevrol et 
mds. screens. Yo ay have yo y try p= 7. ae, ; te 2048 son Biv : ntaetanlie ar _ Deep Creek Lake: Ac. 5-1) _ ASH FOR ARS UMPHS lebe 
out TS of color sc chemes through- REALTORS—JA. 68-8333 Sof tetas i? tas Pe bie r, a ‘ 1 Crnter had Se $-93) "3901 girs *t ett ton HOBBS a WEL 
~- oais . ; ACRE . ee SB Lg m e. Arlington | , 
The pri ae 4350 Bi" 700 GRAVFLLY POUT * Pern Ssee oe. A EST) A . aou : is vs) 4 epa _ DOGS. PETS. KENNELS 76 BROWN MAKE OR MOTORS sets ar sing ic ei v7 Air > -e7' 
personnel pure nee s ANNANDAI = Ae b{PORABLE aay yY pete tone 
mgt REALTY CO. Shot » * m ao iy payments of 5 BEDROOMS 9-room brick house wit! " be me . os . soa aoe tnt twin a nd oat inet | y “co . ET 53 N ~ AU IN H AL ws 2 ba ae af cle r & 
6 or thi attract! : i heat. s (iret » adern nerrs > twin-si : roe or "hb me cr w ’ : a anne 
guy aneled rec. room, fen apedim, wi FULL BASEMENT! ai uated titenen with 30-%¢ walk-in freene room in basement with cedar pan £0) . ac HIGHEST pick PAID 19 3's | gories: eeke ike new Warranty. 
CALL TODAY io see this lovely ithe REALTY cos SNAS| im. cheergalt Pat tendd vitesinil Se°rits Segall’ homsesote"faes| Soe" deee"ead, REC ste “nocsaute mae gaat Dat: AR Mame, Uwe cor TRE PRE UD | FRANK SAL IR., . Ine. 
rs. heme in the suburbs Only tt veniences an . ‘ gareaces * very ss con ruc- , . ne :- Meck NTIA . eaeee | 
: 0 re ho rooms an rom macadam rosd and bus line m throughout to the lest detail. |aies bo turn. PO. 2-2628. , ,. 
rms isa bath s° Tro — bea “contamperate ea Een’ wooded own, 3 bedrooms end ' ba th beyond « pretty spring-fed lake 4 maenificent heme at 34 i cel. tempera ae & = \ eee es 
em. snchor-fenc yard: shops! jot, ige. liv. rm. with fireplace. 3| UP, Seperate ete ene: -—s stocked © fish. About 4 scores meat, Mealthy dam AKC. Non- & pick-up trucks wap 
cos nearer, AL GMiTH| bedime.._ dining sl nr, Bed, Persie”, Ate gtoTS8B°4 ODA", clear. Balance am soagee nt Tomorrow's pes Wail, bar, Riphest, 7 80 ins ween AU a. io & heater; — 
; - . - schools-a : ' ull forice ni . other ' ar : febdt . : . le @ : 
t on privileges. e a pean tar calles inspect Price $70,000 7,500 cash, bel S lj Jak +44; oo. ith for Southern “outlet KIRKE MO- HEALEYS ARLEX Tee INC. 
Chauncey Realty Corp priece of My as EMA oF cop ARL| NGTON |° nee v9 ato monn, Bee ty Ing ACHE trip *_preas re . Witt PAY HIGH On Shirley Mwy. st_Shirlington 
taxa: 8127 PORT L A Week days. T -) A y! ‘ a, devote - -octa” © NEW 1956 MODELS ‘ 
ys INDS O a 50 $-3904 weekends and eves.. pean taal AGUE * 6.2900 rox Fikenk Brom tye T| (OM, prise for oF | Pebvered wie meee ene. “46 de laxe.-Sa78. Bt 
Cl. 6-2800. JE. 2-5080. JE. 4-667 S22: REAL | Y CO. Annandale, Va, Phone CL we yrs. AKC: $35 es. pr 650. Ter FLOOD PONTIAC | Seeee ~- My, Ege © Chev Ger lune, $525 cars %0 
“" JEFFERSON MANOR—GI avpr. at a Closed Sundays peedy for immediate eccupeney.| rier pup, 1. 81. RE $9374 astio. Morris Minor, pass any inspection de- 
ARLINGTON NORTH $1 5% down, or will rent with wn, 4 7 aH ws perkee ‘whale mubker with plenty,” aN S RD PUP—S mos 4221 Connecticut Ave. | Magneite ag 2 Mercedes Bans down, week P ‘Ss 
tien to b nything over Be 42200. Wi va B? ary brick fr with plenty acc rea.. well diacivl ined 638 Me oree pie 
Value Plus Location per mo applied * to down payment cviee apeees insid pe oss +4 thot 7 ited. BO 5 : UN a 2 ne uw Willys ide MH ther a 
fy! Seen | —_ ~ . anu erseas : aver? arran 
Pay more? what for? When | brick’ full Some, Sith rec, tae salt sere, en h rambler rt Bickinah Biles AL tat ye, ctaee| Gt ANES—ARC Wi: Wie? they .tay, masa Hi, 
a i. »3,2-det! atering alum orm Windows an yy Bs. sipisned ease Price sous dining ell + wit in. Ma este Ne gentle. Lineage: cu. ™OO’ us first if you rea.) S$ 
Sr pctinitr tm, (aorta esd |: | SUPERP! BEteRee set reduced” to $14 Sgcecite fea UCKINGNAM — | soe “Mise seeusful puchen! perk Rexdent Btar Fern. te’ Baa’ eH your car. PARRY 2985 | CONVERTIBLE 
beth off the kitchen. « iving + oy Week days, BO. R 4 gown for auick sale. Close in ioce AREA with d ner ke space syen' y of smart Has ME LITTER. 2 mo. JE : fod models slightly higher’ 
Seetsiene Ge img tm st . we - R E tat Cc r MUST SELL thig Ge) ish! ful | home eve-leve en ac y PENNY MM OELIVERE COMPLETE $45 DOWN 
oy nt yg 4 Sifese. 7 LOVETTSVILLE (Lou oudoun County) Mista oo B yy ree Borne O p goer, re ne Drive a. . pepe cones. op refrieatetor ig Pays More for Clean Cars RRAND-NEW Low Ee. one owner.  Pogtect 
wbiic trans. 2 biks ¢ ard- f ” t! living fr with om TUL. TT | origi new *.- 
esgtover shoeing. semnanhare wood firs.. oii neat oat ce RE 5 5869 — > ~ wt ' room. Par- ,~ a eae Se | * ; _* Any Mak eae Cadillacs 1956 MG-A | tires. fully ecuipped Call lor quick 
and junior high: close to &t site. Be fal Demme <6 TT. TEV =~ $2) 900 bar ‘en “is the larse den rhy basement with 46-foot To Ford 2195 | Stedit epprove 
ns ’ (16x21 | bemt reavion h firep! 
fenced let. On h ' ‘ th the good bu avy enc sed “Be . room "Brena $ 
GEORGE H. RUCKER CO. churches. - schoots "and. stores, Call ) 4 a } bedrms, 2 bathe. "te iJ. Wesley Buchanan, Inc. ences Asie for a roe PENNY MOTOR SALES Liberal allowante on American Va Me Auto Center 
REALTOR JA. 5-8585 er. Loevetteville, a. ley papement lot 900x260. It's a new J 4 ] ] 55 > . i pea Fs Are : nA “329 trade-ins ad PR PRE! allow-| , or oe Lecat " . 
- ric - o - : E- = "| ance on your : - 
NEW ““NEW’ LOOK LYON “VILLAGE Richardson & Hall, Inc.) #4 \- * - "$3 | 9 ‘DOW N ATS, PARTS, SERVICE 81 {ot Wk ste a MEETS p DEUS WHT c = 
Center b “3. 3-bath he me Radio Bids. Ari. 7-$108 | 2 FE TO QUVUALIFIZD VETERANS “Ceontineed @ i 
| SiB*ful basement seveoned pores, 9-4 BEDRMS. 212 BATHS DE LUX se BOAT ADS a TUG s. _MAanhattan Auto Wit 158 er air Pe tie 
an ati acne gar pri recy r r : T ‘ - » ‘tires. 
CONTEMPORARY DES! below GI appr. Quick possessio: - SES OR, Pio PHA. and PHA STONE RAMBLER he ur L. Walters, Inc INC.| APPEAR DAILY IN THE ————, ~ Gales & Service Imported on6 | Sect. | salen Site or ‘best offer. 
\_ completed | most apeen] une Arledge Real Estate Corp. Riititary “Au! brick custom rapbier VY. ACRE : - SPORTS SECTION —_—_—_—_-_ AND R STS. NW. ie TS 1-5 station 
ram). ® bew i008 uce 2533 Wilson Bivd.. Ar ington an 7. en. if s in ho ses JA. y & 5200 _ . : 
{ { ciful n nits ed on . acre level jote & a rfect Itien: wish 
[redwood trim and brick tower 2A S496 BE_b.cA69 | 21? homes feature, Kitchens. found) (a ak 7 Brand-New 1936 JAGUARS | fetjnas culty fr het A, 
: ly in higher priced homes anc or charm and distinctio ey r -19 
" separate Se re. deluxe NORTH ARLINGTON fn "yoy — oe ee lac 5 and sy en uy rice ors — Are WANTED —-—- : —__—__— Bn Mas F eoneen valle ‘ tome = 53 5 aes | ng 
om with outside entrance e ciud rms ith epiace n har seen in this pr or e I PERSONAL LO - 
~~ 4 : bat Pu carpo a eP have separate din pow penas. wner @ ne. S08 - ; | LL BUY PROPERTY AL Faml. y Finance C yy Church and roriee ~y Lee ie ARLEX EX M ORS. — 
rec | roo , 5 immes r Gis TecueTcs ete e. 4 z way St merr é- 
att and outa! ian entran 2. Pris Brick Rambler THOS. J FISHER & CO and we Will give you all details had - aa wh oat col Quick NEED MOREY 4: 8885 NCH . a Shirley Highway at Shir 
srious terms o ered $19.250 GI iA $.0061 Colonial Realty Co -  -g- >= Sw ry ER. HU ¥ . Y? y 
: $19,950 JA. 5-6200 FARMS LAND, SALE “Wie y tN APEB op 
’ ° OF “MOREY — 
WAIT This dazzling white rambler ts , ere : BATHS | > BEDRM. BRICK AMBLER MARTLAND Mr + ; "SS CHEVROLE 
ur ‘ ; 1? ti nr ’ rer Dp 4 ‘ 5 ‘ . 7) : 2Y 
BRICK RAMBLERS every. mem r {yeu lems. 25 sarase ol hot- ee Oe IF ee, et ee. i bh 550 ACRES - Near Ls ode **% Ma * esscti Pi. > / Ces SS 6D OS® fy Ast sige i 3-989 
3 BEDROOMS. 2% BATHS All functional parts of use- water baseboard hea: are price $15.500. low Cwn. pay schools Term 7 Before... During...o After Vocation! sticKs— doors. ag 145 DOWN 
aaguntenrh. aie 0.980 pg = 2 LAP Shag py only a fey seaSurss ‘s : tA “ 184. . oo ae " sesper. ’ _ A 3 514i Gitctacathdtitienmes aa > Get cash f "ead a ny nibles: care 
Now under construction a ing room-<dining reom combine. a a ‘ an ely land- pt ae :, VIRGINIA - + y ay ef geen nay 1, 3 colors Aerie corel and ivory finish with 
short Cons! of tiv. rm. tion. 3 generous-cized bedrooms scaped AND GREEN CAR- £108 DN. B60 Mo. pura for $3860 just one trip by phoning first, 4301, Rhode Brent: oa img interior. Nrien top. F. 
with picture window. f firepl. se with sliding door closets: fill P - £! CRE RSTEP 66 acres. hard sivedere 4 Employed men end «omen—mar- ¥ 004 , Po S cylinders. pre- 
in. rm. a6 in equip. xit bed basement with r room. tf . te PURIOUR with ON THE DOORS Beach. 60 mi. s0 D. E TE 46-4131. § red or single —~ get « prompt BUICK- Su i: ae : > alae —- hed 2 Lae 
" ° . ° ; ‘ , ‘ 4, . . - «l - 
Coens. “ia joel re  # . ao ieee A ae “ cremee te pousess if you ys OF ‘THE PENTAGON AND ONLY $30 | pow 4h ge og | A a ay 545 > MARYLAND CASH LOAN rh np ot ya mt my here yr th See sed $360. ~ A it “2 a — 
window if bath: outside en-| Parkington Shoppi ante ee dee in we ' - eG your leen on lee pass any inspec- 
winder ap4 | pat eth: outelde op: = stor ang public trane- wi aoe Rn Aa os $ ] 4 950 C. White comm. b. ae “ ry $3337 .7 1 Ave. UN. 4.51726 your first visst to our office, write — © f°Ge © fn a8 dew 7 week. oun Uu 0 Cry er 
t atio wa @usii- ves a> = a. ccmh ica! — PAPPY'S AU . 13 a all 
TAPE! Gincereiy stating eTT 7898 Geor » : (TH ortheast Locet 
HOME & GARDEN cS ee ae soe ¢ =e hguse ,l_- Cute as o bug's ear 3 larse SACRE FARM aN E cesssessseces Leens 525 te $400 named . aa Le sell ) stetion =. 
is wn seeroome j1 s. recreation owe : 
RAMBLER YEONAS REALTY)  Hesipg sor, detbntind =| fa aice iol “Biter Sop co) oe i ean ave ¢* | Seinen, fe oti iy 
ty af + " > s - 
3 BEDRMS., 3 BATHS | 2313 Wilson give Ja. s-2i00 WILLIAM KAGAN. ‘CO “INFORMATION CALL iact of, bg, Snags. ty, miles CONFIDENTIAL G | gay, at Lips. tee 836-4. Monroe 
oenice $36 800 ARLINGTON TRUST BUILDING CHESHIRE INC han « i "wan ‘over He » LOANS BY PHONE ; {, Suver 
| 15) N a 4 LA 5-8850 e , : . f sf 
Roves to be the outet anding SLEEPY HOLLOW aoe v= pe S Ari. Ridge fF — On Your Signature Only ai aan | ew ir | d. and sno-shoe white: 
Rents hich:"eitts Giiasta st mss) a witaf Re re ee I alOT eg $12,500 ~ ove Ue Fath : ; | OS KING STREET = Pa apogee Sa eng eee eel SR: 
: $i - barge Ge iuxe 3-bded- ; ame an : 
ter rm and bath ky mas- roo -beth brick rambier. with SAVE eise- B y Girect trom own Suburban Finance Co. + Alexandria 8 Chet kin vera ONR  FoRD 
end bath plus another master bed- full daylight basement in this ex $650 DOWN GI }-bedr 2 \g-bat en BB _\» 2900 s © 5.9062 "Phone: King $-5858 h. Dyna. A = $100 
or dit y rm. wile fre-) cmsie, “oe section. Priced at ter entr.. brk. split level. Wooded WEST VIRGINIA ines LOW fey. OL. 2-0800 Opes evenings — phone for hours GotoR CO de 1! : 
din. rm., spacious eat-1 in Substantial 7, qT sec. close im 30-yr. FHA loan sTOX AND HAY 68 ba 3339 .. = ON 4.7200 team ate © ceddem of Gf qreeedinn teoes OTO tad ensburs 
om, screen re! 10x90 ‘pati 0 » Manas Rit JE Refreshingly bright ts this nearly | JE. 2-1134 No bro ~ VARs ae very | owner, ¥. & en ine. 
with x" nding on * Ys new 2-bedroot home with full : ————| Bi. trem hare teed. 36 on LW a aeae epi o 8i0es. Only “$1398. Trade terms 
<e area Vari ~ tiled bath he modest p will ar . iN en $¢ Dynal) 
OLO : TY cc | Radrm, 2-bath. brick spilt level in| appeal to. the Tarifty bame buyer KITCHEN winchester, Va. 630 mo. R. Siutth ARLEX MOTORS, INC. | buna SRAMcH, MRE. $748 
! vin } llant ' : , Ee 
CONIA REAL CO ¥aves Village: - 4 Boe ig firepiac . equ! mippes kitchen. beau- LOTS FOR SALE 73 On Shirley ee at cling om es & b: 4 oor sewer 
rs-Developers 5-6200 _4-8664_ tif patio ack yar fenced APPEAL _Ariinsion. Ys. 735 tre a _ rt 
Reaitors-Developers. ¢ lot with trees adds tn tbe char 7m MARYLAND ‘592 BUI K | Patrfax. "near theater. J& aie 
ARLINOTON NORTH 4 R 0 a _, qvervind ~ ‘ $i9 °° ac c OKEEK— . oc oe 0680 P, acre 
A A : down ay ipper a — ack c cou 
Chance of Life YEONAS REALTY) aitretit' tema et: Wii Be rcs matte Oe eee peoetiee,_ mal SES Bad, "E, “Bhibabies 
“ft. ee e >, DE LUXE 313 Wi Blvd JA. 82100 os ". fow of oo rligh ~ eared a coed rd toe 2 money dowr ete delivery near theater JE. 32-5727 of 
« bungelow for only $12.95 : uson, BY. . prises r you whe Continued on next column on approved cred 
fepiacea living vm. separate | 4-BEDROOM RAMBLER eomeaem you see. this NEW ANTIQUE | SERSONAI 7 DOYLE MOTOR” SALES OE S-segter, b pene 
dining rm. Klichen. cteTRer-waeoUSa TRG, «-RMICK RAMOLER ‘The Kiazies PERSONAL LOANS ; 117 Ret Ave NE Ro. 2-0000 | Sot aR, se leah Puan 
on ist fir ‘permanent “- This beautifu rambler 4 ovely & nite re . 8 e005 Ho!- 4 J ae ¥ 4 . qme ” 4 under Swell Loen Laws BK - ~35-Beecla! i-deor == fall ook Jey cee Rt. ay 
wary te finished. expandidie pogrene " eths. located ow located on & 160« 300 A Oniy minutes from the Penta ulpped. ue ept cess on irtax near “theater JE 22-8727 
petaire With plumbdin signed high up on level lot with trees rue center entrance ha . » C sd new shovoir Sa r oo o money Gown _ 
fete beth: full basement. de- I we distinctive fea rm opens on laree screened = = C. anc new shopping WILLIAMS BUICK. = and R. L hee sa Ge wae 
idea tures acious liv. r with porch oth have firpis,) dint Brel ave 4 | ° 
etion. Fast listed don't ‘miss firep! center-hal! nee i fully equipped kitchen 
ormal-sise din. rm. de iux . oe feature is the 4 LAURIE CORP 
GEC RGE H. RUCKER CO. Ett with dinette space rice overs! ‘aed bedrms, and 2 tile baths a ay 
pantry. all rms. twin-size + ,28 ate a one cer: JA. S-1717 2334 WILSON BLVD 
JA. 3-9817 Pull bemt.. o@teide entr Fis- ROUTH BOBBINS . REAL aatal t © 2 "s : 
| . } oe fa ) in thi . -4 — 
Qua ee es | pone -.! spores, Ls noes OWN Wael Ar ’ yd F m bY Ul 2 era hardtop. Dynafiow. ©. & | 
ARLINGTON. NORTH Det. brick garage. Very liberal WN. GI on lovely level \)-aere garden 82 poe. ; 
terms wner leaving area plot; features cian nolows’*' NATURE ALONE Ces p fu > 
3 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS | immet Possession. Shown bp ying san OF peat cre fares etme Ot  Sereaey. de, arate, fal pomey 
a: apt 3 + exc nd. wall-to-wal) car- “L  becroome, Figen a 
COLONIAL REALTY CoO room. in living afd dining room cheerful kitchen. full bemt. wit! WOMEN 5 LOANS mi) 2 RNER'S <a ~4 
automatic washer, nite level fenced separate — entrance COXOMY O ; ‘alty! 8 ), as? 
$17,900 JA. 5-6200 __ |istt-pge ead ena'strect- conv. to, PLUS 8h $18.000 With, ALL TPES ur Specialty: GAC. FINANCE “T | 
. Ft. Belvoir or Airport 71-9090,” ¥ pL ESTATE SERVICE WE CAN MAKE Puy tty 55 | 
Quick poss, tote) monthiy pay ry YOU A LOAN IN CORPORATION equlpned, "powe 6166. 
Brokat easier Oi Co. 


Gpctiess Shick Cape Cod, 
paroc ~4 ~ i 
and tte) 
Brot ef fore! pe rear ot 


most conv iehbor hood. any reas 


ASSUME 


GI LOAN 


Huse ving room im rear with fre- 
; ple 


large carport. 
ant. trust can be 


id bdo! Let us show you! 


Parker, 
Smith & Donnell 


JA 


77-6161 71-8817 


» so yrs. old. bedrooms. ful) 
redecorates side and 
apoer GI or 
military ‘a0 mo incl. taxes 


t 


vi 3 muck tor ‘ae Co) tittle 


cu 
HILL 
L. brick rambler t 
ull yiigh ‘ ent. House 
ikegynew r ha equipped 
itcfen oe sec 06Gining rm... 
wir) thed t) om ist floor & 
ly th im Basement. Heating 
foughed-in if basement ex 
ansion. 30-1 tlling exhaust 
mn. merour c hemes au 
tiful wooded acked up te 


tyee= Priced righ at $i7.- 


Call JA. 4-1300 
M. T. Broyhill & Sons, Inc 
FAIRFAX 


New T-room brick split level 
4 bedrooms. 2 be ths. 


re corner 


ARLINGTON 


Lot 


6- room ard ec Colonial 2 tee- | 
de screened 
a. % fis 
apoteved. fit 3 ie y 
creel sey 
74. 23-6090 JA. 7-3011 
SPRINGFIELD. —— 


to 


: x mt. 
ches and 


H BROS... 
PL. 4-gpoo. 


INC 


9 
o 
’ 


es! ‘Pomponio 


POMPONIO 
PRESENTS 


$65 
Mannas Rity., JE. 2-3110 


pe i ‘ 


5%. CASH 


15,650 GI 


3 Rederiet 
2 Porches 


PALIS CHURCH Only 
ing 


4i / y// 
Down payment to aualified vet- mo for every for this 
. . erans for these new brick rambiers charming home. Seautiful iand- 
in popular McLean Va. Come out scaped iot with trees. livin rm 
today and see these 3 large bed- fireplace dining room Extra 
rma... 2 baths. full basement. ep arse itche Many other fea- 
cious living. rf nh fireplace eres TERRIPIC BUY! Call MR 
pr, FOG AND a , * am none kitchen equip ARRIS. NA 5000 
HOCK. wit irc cabinets dishwasher 
_ my dy pS garbace isposa!l 10 refri “FREDERICK Ww BERENS 
s 5 hee counter top ral se wal over and SALES INC NA. 8-5000 
pienty of tadie space t [ —— > 
GOT hit above for $18.750. Oven daily 1 WHITE 
ok LANDLORD 7 tL it PPOR ING till das Sat. and Sun J il! p D 
dark irection Out Chain Bridge 
ra Rt 23 oueh McLean to CA E CO 
Westmoreland st eft at arrow Large iiv. rm. with firep! sepa. 
FLAT TOP to McLean High School. follow to rate din. rm veaule. kit. ful 
fillside Manor OR out Lee hwy. bemt.. sute. washer. expandibie 
(Rt. 29-211) to Washington bivd. attic. large yard with many tel 
WOULD haa) beEMARENY CAPE A oe to Westmoreiand at right trees 
COD A ~- Westmoreland st. to Hiliside FHA—OI—CONVENTIONAL 
OUT! 34 hu Manor Ex habit Quick possession owner trens- 
{vine room marth Arpolace, teva: ae DARWIN REALTY Serres 
ning room x chen. rec- 
+ e- room, with fireplace. screen- FALLS CHURCH 


ull ment in 


rch base arage, 
North. po Bh, JA dao 


—~ $650 DOWN — 


j Owner says gotta go Must sell 
| 3 Shen this spotiess 3-bedrm. Palle Church 
rambier on ‘«-eere. fenced yard 
Asphalt ore, ‘\alousied a) storm 
windows ruit trees falk oe 
MANION.” “A ae sf Wnt stores and school. Assume 4% 
Compe rabie “lo te home. Easy financing Come see at 328 
: ve Dale ¥ Sack priced PAR — ae SS eee 
sei : yi ET Al 8 ‘Tom Morrison Realty 
y ' -acr Koos 
ote d ms. 2 fun baths. magn! 
teent pving room with fr 
peparete afns ng. 138 ° ream 
a 1508 c -, 3 Bedroom Brick 


a ~—~E 
JA. 71-6660 jumarel —~_ Anchor- eneed 


DICK TRACY | Yaéass"s 8dion 

wT of 47 A NICER 3- JA ‘Miller fe "Estate 
bp >. ee 

iieacanan, om 8 REDUCED $1250 


_Arl. Forest Colonia! 


we pete pi —_ . ne 
; leaming fully equipped 


R- oT 


$15,7 


50 
Mannas Rity., JE. 2-3110 


TRADES ACCEPTED 


4-bedroom. 2°, -Dbalh 

new solit level in North 

$25 J-W 
CO. JA. &- iste. 


on * this 

brané-n 

Acinaier 
LTY 


eins 2087) Family Home 
I—$12,300 | ed A 


TRADE YOUR HOUSE 
+ OR YOUR VACANT LOT 


AS YOUR DOWN PAYMENT 


LIVE IN ONE—RENT ONE 
—INCOME PAYS EXPENSES 


All-new brick. § rooms on each 


floor. de luxe kitehen colored 
tiled teths. swoarate . basements 
end utilities. idea! location lock 


” -, line, tear Pentagon. 


OPEN FOR 


DANIEL 
4-2410. REALTO 
"38 tes 8 


4. Bnclos with HUOR Briere *e ceD a poncH. 
clos pore wit remov- J 
bie pd poral PORMAL DID KIT 
er eon my lst floor PULL MT Pours DE hte 
l} dDasemen AND FIN REC RM CHO 
. & a * Arinetes :  sthoal PENCED LOT : There 
ntary 
gn two Jo. blocks to to 2 bus lines. eu J SELL FOR FHA APPR 
FE. Malcolm, TA. 9. 3024 
ORPHAN ANNIE 222% is ao, nee? price for « 3- 
coarse aha home in «s 
erittt » logatto, Rec. room 
“ys "baud rear vsorch. 
on ipped hen. " separase din 
Te . 


i ha nancing LYN  Pitry rae 4 :: 


ors STONE RAMBLER 


oe * picture rs Mae , WITH ACRE LAKE PRIVILEGES 


¥ stom 3-bed 2 bath 
m= we Oe hobe with huge room i. . tol center 
serge street, a one of — 15x23 living rm. 12415 din- 


de | 


rm.. 15a18 master bedrm - 

Fats") han SAE ne rec a Pt. s Scomrs pats 
NL ) sorpess. © La, eave lot 

vorner 


"380. “SeOWELL yy 
ibdors Trade- & 
AIR! CONDITIONED 


Ts, 3 baths. etter. emia 


TK 75S” 


SAVE $3000 — 


> bedrm.. @6-ft. Brick rambler on 
wooded \ acre Liv. rm. with fire 
sp din 


fom ‘Hailey "te 3 as 
RETIREMENT | 
HOME 


Penced 


— 
eos es ee ke 


rm large «it 


Phone 
Now 


2 Hrs. 


ONLY ONE TRIF NECESSARY 


MARYLAND Cash Loan 


S337 Rhode tsi. Ave. UN. 4-517¢ 
7898 Geersia Ave JU. @-2852 


Wheaton Finance Ce. 


11031 yiees A. ad. 
LO. 4. 


Suburban Flaanes Co. 


Resident's Finance Corn. 


3275 Rhede 19. Ave. AP. %-2?27 


8 


$600. Interest charges are 
monthiy on. unpaid balance of 
$300 or less and i%% on the 
remainder. 


American Fine nance 


3510 Phode island Avenve* 


5303 Boltimore Avenve* 


ent te The Met S*enee! 


7912 Georgia Avenve* 
8513 Geerga Avenve’* 


.. 


4503 Knox Rood" 


fAccens from The Met Srooee] 


150 N. 3 Notched Rood* 


MT. RAINIER 


3317 Rhode lslend Avenve** 
MYATTSVILLE 


SILVER SPRING 


COLLEGE PARK 


LEXINGTON PARK 


ae CHURCH, VA. 


. Tel. APpleton 7.2800 


BUICK 


Tel. HObert 2.5028 L_3-2600 
RIVIERA | fop: radio. heater, sutomatic trans- 
Tel. UNion 4.8200 | a Se power brakes. immacu- 
e ‘O”n : 
| EELER, INC 
7 : 


a LyMOUTE. IMPERIAL 


$95 DOWN |, 


Super hardtep be Dw teal 


a oo 
Power ER at 
credit ri 


4-2396 


eins MOTOR CO. 


!, JUmper 7.6900 WASHINGTON DEALER 
Tel. JUmper 9-3566 


Tel. UNien 4.0058 


Tel. Greet Mills 3671 


in Tord, | ty ie. Fi 2 


custom vert: 


e-©. good 
vindows 


178 West Breed st. Bo te 8600) Tel. J0ffersen 2-4612 
*Formerly Ge Acceptance Corp ** Formerly fully eauip.. <P cond, | 4017 
Coneamer ; Credit Cer acer 1 


rT. redig, 
| + ay _ auiomatic ‘Wansentodten - 


4 7-7 
“exeoliant . ; 
4 ee mate” under” Sid" indent 
Oper J 
\ 


.»» MAY BE A SENSIBLE SOLUTION 


For paying bills, medical expenses or many 
other money problems. Apply for any amount 


up to $1000 for any 
good purpose. The 
principal requirement 
for a loan at HFC is 
your ability to repay 
in regular monthly 
instalments. 


ALL DRESSED UP 
AND 


NO CASH 
Te GO? 
There's an HFC office 


by 
today? 
@ LIFE INSURANCE 


riven only 11,000 


wiseeter INC. 


' ‘55 CADILLAC 
Convertible 


| REPOSSESSED 
| ee ape 3 


4- ae 
BLASS & CLARK | 


Cor. N. Cap. end Fla. Ave. BE. 


4>5 us 
ys fa 


immediate 


ful 


Esist calr Ob Co Co. 


ON ALL HFC 
LOANS WITHOUT EXTRA COST TO YOU 


| JU niper 65-4400 


om beam e 


OLD FINANCE 
ryporaliond 


Alesentria affess leone ore Henle’ to 9000. intent oh ddan charge} 


MT. RAINIER 


3235 Rhode Island Ave.. 2nd Pi. Eo 
PHONE UNion 64-5740 


RENDON-ARLINGTON 


es > > 
Tanelit ae. ti 


oe 


* 


King 8-2916 


rm ee 


f 
4 


SHE WASHINGTON POST and- TIMES HERALD’ sprowontes Aut 
38 Tuesday, July 31, 1956 ~~ 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE agent? AUTOMOSIES, SALE 7 En OLD j 
MERC aERCU RY— 55 Men verey, c . ors ; +5 


dio. heater. Mercomatic drive. 
tires Exceptionally ci "Gua 4. DOOR 8 
Wheelmooiie war; Radio and heater mre. Bogie. 
8 white-wall tires. Very lo 
INC. $1495. $245 Stal 
7 


payment 

HR YSLER-PLYMOUTH-IMPERIAL 

netal. R. and h.. Pordo- LARGEST WASHINGTON DEALER DOYLE MOTOR SALES 

showroom tond $1948 HAINES 2200-Wisconsin N.W. EM. 3-9708' 1717 RL. Ave. NE. HO, 2-0008 

M CO.. 3600 Bladensburs rd MERCURY—'S Monterey 4-dr. se- + oe gas | 

a : : < 

-~ | CtAMs BUICK. 
ave. ne. AD 4-8344 

OL DSMOBIL r Holiday 

Charc & power 


hydre-power of yg & 


ee eS 


J 
bab "abe 
He $35 “an Thines tls 
CO. 3600 Biadensburg rd. 


ra Long 
free 
mileage 
1955 st at jon wagon v8, 3. 

metal. R nd Pordo- 
co « 

custom “8” Tudor own 

radio and heater overdrive: safety low mileage; Butler -Bonded: $139 


belts: white tires: $1995 LEE D BUTLER, | 
ARLEX MOTORS S, INC. 112) 2ist Ot. NW. DL 7 apa steering power brakes rntaoes cece 


On Shirley Hey. at Shirlineton guara 


26616. Capitol Cadillac-Olds Co. 
wit usic, $375 MG 22 22d St. NW ST. 3-26 
SALE! Fi —1955 Patrician; 


extra. inc! auto trans. 
Largest Selection in Town! ' eater, to — a win- 
D S. TC 5 


dows mileage 
wean itor ear. *BUTLER- BONDED: 
TF 1250 AND 
1500 MODELS 


Eacefla: on sAitio "LEE D. BUTLER, Inc. 
KEE PONTIAC raded in on our new y MG 


1121 2ist St. NW DI. 7-O0111 
CRE MEANS McKEF Austin Healevs 


oa ; ikD- i951 200" 4-dr. sedan 
ST 3- ha owner cars wee meey extras 0 equipped Clean Specia! 
* at 
re) Wa +4 = 


LOWEST Prices EVER! "LEE D BUTLER, Inc. 
$695 Te ae 
1956 MGA | 4 

$2195 
Manhattan Auto 


Saics & Gervice import eg an id 
American Cars 1914 
7TH &'R Srs/ NW 


ee “38” 


. e s 
Aliso Ford ‘51 sedan, music. 
27 


FORD oe Custemiine 2 -door. fr 
nd mileage, 2-tone finish 


5335 Wis Ave 
PORB— i154) Ran 


ARiLeEX” Moron | 


at on 
On Shirley ° ade at Shiri in all gaenenmrine 


: $935 
PL Ys ovuTH— I 1956 Bel vedere A. “dr 
wer fiite adio 
teering. power A, "ene tires 
and ue giass, 2-tone: almost 
new: $2 


ARLEX MOTORS, INC. 


NEW 


including snow treads. 
~$905 


NOrth 
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY luxe im light gre An ex- 


t buy for that. _— iy sec- 


REPOSSESSED 


FArEras pa Pairia Between ts 


$449. 50 TOTAL sx on Lee ond car. $495 


Hig 
Tudor. 2-tone Anish 8 engine =o rifield. Va. JE. 4 wy _ahevy Chase Chevrolet 
r. h.. $4.50 down and take up Dal- « a BRANCH i810 Mine St , OL, 4-6100 
ance at only $2856 per month Alex. Va. King 8-5525 =. Wiscon : 
A a credit approval cai "Dl 


SECURITY MOTORS’: 
4th and N. Y. Ave. NW. 


Open 9 TILL 9 
3.—1951 


WASH — SA custom: 4- door Ramb 
ve & 
e 


"Si Rambler hardtop. black 


really ciean throuwsheuw 
ae D. BUTLER, Inc. 
le nw —_ BI 7:01) 


BENRY 
> tir 


a Hittaan— oss 


Seca low mile . owner: @&- 
cel lent condition: A 95 


JACK PRY, LTD. 


3 po. tation waeon’ 


FULL PRICE 
$45 DOWN 


'b ie 2-Goor; equipped; sereen finish 
i646 a, a) oo ~~ iy =. @ = y payments 


“MILLER” ‘MOTOR CO. 


16 FLORIDA AVE. NE 


Sa L|. 4-2396 


ates Te “tres 
bd Arse Matic drive. PLYMOUTH — 150 St ation Wagon 
Must OTH e133) jood tires, $475 or best 


$69 ° Rea ORILE 196 All aaa Good cond. Good ¢ 

— moceis a! mn olfer. © 
ste  Reedbads: fost y 1 Ah iwc PONTIAC 53 a ais de ve ia 
— Conti nenta = Con- =< te. Ma "Ha. *1 00 - aye he im and any » Wu 

we Agen i Cos af a 
osmopolitan 4-dr McKEE. PONTIAC 

adio “PONTIAC MEANS McKEE 
5335 Wis. Ave T SF 07 
PONTIAC — {956 Star Chie? Gistom 

; r Catalin 


Leow pr UR 
200 M st. se * Pre 8300 


yo hy ie 


300 Mt tse, Ld. 4 : h Reines Mot or Co 
; 1953 Jet 4-door sedan. Wilson. 
aroon. twin h’ power heater Lp< 


McKEE PONTIAC 
‘PONTIAC MEANG McKEE™ 
5335 Wis. Ave ST. 3-7107 

— 48 De Laxe 4dr. &. & b.. 


pearly age tires Runs very good 
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full price 


* — ’ 
sedan: Diack: sul trans r 
pester: p fa stiful, clean car: Bui. 


“LEE D. BUTLER, Inc 


Lip a Re Pa 


Premiere sedan. Compiete power 
incoin s 
arive transmission. 


‘56 OLDS “88” 
HOLIDAY COUPE 
$195 DOWN 


l-tone finial y * 

3000 actusi m@ oe e - 
Immediate deliver : 

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credit Gpproval ca 


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Tee D BUTLER, Inc. | BLASS & CLARK 


Aves NW. AD. 4-8000 . . - me. Casn trade. Por the bes 
its POUR toe Cann T 4-dr . sedan Cor. MH. Cap. ond Fis. Ave. HB. | deal see Me Natl wee us today, Mc 
u NEU rr INTLA 20 Wis Ave. 


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OLDSMOBILE — 150 Bur = “IN THE HEART OF BETHESDA” 
sedan, 2-tone green x ’ equtseed 
power steering — braces 
Ss coc guar anti 


apitol Cadillac- Olds Co 


© Big 
Ww as $395 do own Bank financ 


NW Ww pr. 22509 

1952 ” 
green. power 
~+4 seat covers Clean 


| ONION AUTO CREDIT 


1430 Fis. Ave NE Li 4-4884 


. ee «€©TSED CARS IN 
STOCK. NO REASONABLE 


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nn SALE 7 —— SALE 97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97 


EB of the best cesiu 


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‘49 CHEVROLET 


Carrrall 


Sr avTomeen. ss, SALe 
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heater 
4 "¢lean car oichi cond 
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unused miles. Only’ Me 
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LEE D. "BUTLER, Win kv NW ot 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


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600 9 5335 Wis. Av. aA 


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$195 FULL PRICE 


station wagon. r & 
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‘PO! A 19 le - 
2-door. blue, fully equipped. $1695. 


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Silver Bp 


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heater. automatic tra 
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Immeculste, 


HEELER, INC, 


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5335 Wi Wis. "an sr. 3- 7107 STUDEBAR! 
» Catalina. et SER VICEMEN 
NO DOWN PAYMENT 
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HAINES 
This applies te Ist three 
ertible: -IMPERIAL & erad 
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END OF MONTH 
Matis: "very SALE ) 


JET MOTOR SALES 
ie 1594 Penn. Ave. 6. 
EE NTIAC ' 
56 OLDS—$28 
“PONTIAC MEA at os HOLIDAY pee mrawa 
passen or, 


LI. 4-2300 
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wagon 
radio = “heater. light: 
green finis 


*55 CHEVROLET — $1795 
ARCADE F PONTIAC 


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rEp 08" 4-DR 
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PULL PRICE $245 


Pe 6-passenger. 


$79 ipped 

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DOWN 
ON ANY CAR ON OUR LOT. 


ON APPROVED CREDIT | 
‘S4 Mercury.. $25 “dn. ‘52 Catalina. ..$25 dn. 


| Hardtop coupe, fully caulpped: Pontiac hardtop: radi, heat- 
| readies, ter. er. Hydra-matic; so shoewreemh 


‘50 PON’ 


No down payment on apeperss 


cally perfect 


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‘Our Northeast Location) 
4629 H St. NE 6-4 


For credit approval su” 


Inc. 
woes Coneressional Alsport Lane 
4 vie MD. 7-7100. 


ccc guarantee 


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Luxe. besutitu: dark green Anish: 
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payment: bem rate financ- 
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‘LEE D. BUTLER "ine. 


1121 2ist St. NW pL 7-O111. 
rt DEBAKER— 1955 Resa} Com- 
¥-8 club coupe 


2 black. 
poet, Tut. 


-¥ res 

_£35-A. +1398" ungaie 
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CLUB COUPE 


pont eT. ‘automatic trans- 
mission mons down on 4ap- 


Boye MOTOR SALES | 


Ave. NE. Ho 


Servicemen 
Attention! 


Top 3 grades and officers any- 
where financed with ne dewn 
payment. Applications taken 
by shone 


Burrell Motors 


2121 Benning Rd. NE. 
Li. 4-4552 


‘54 Chevrolet 
2 deer sedan 


ruc price $3295 


Lew Dewn sereueet 
Balance GMA 
Sees finish. 
ped. power gclide. 
heater. .very 
‘ - shewreem cendi- 
tien. #117 
ran EVENINGS 


Addison Chevrolet 


14th and Fis. Ave. N.W. 
HO. 2.7500 


4 Looking for a 
Used Rambler? 


We have « choice ef 
"53's. "54's. "35's. & "S'S 
D an ‘yan 

cellent cenditien. 
Dace & | -owner cars. 


any Ex- 
Lew mile- 


Terms or Trade 


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‘PACKARDS 


From “6@e te ‘SGe. All bedy 
styles, One-owner cars 


COVINGTON MOTORS 
7301 Wis. Ave. (Beth.) 
OL. 2-9200 


“The Garage with « 
Conscience” 


‘49 OLDS. 
4 doar sedan 


PULL PRICE $135 


“98” series, black finish fully 
eau 


Chevrolet hard tee “V-8". 6.000 
original miles. Gorgeous 2 tone 


| finish. Perfect In every war. BR. FT 


| Ne Small Lean Needed 


Subject te 
Credit Appreral 


Call New 


TU. 2-4200 


Military Personnel and 


55 Chevrolet $25 dn. 
Bel Air: fully eg with 
Pewergtide, radice, beate 


| ‘55 Plymouth. . $25 dn. 


| #-€eer sedan. red and Diack: 
fully —— radie. 
| beater: low m= ce. 


$25 dn. 
y 4 felly 


| “53 Ford 
4-door sedan 
equipped; leoks 
perfect. 


‘52 Ford~"V8" $25 dn. | 


t-decr sedan. fally cunteoes 
wih radio, heater—e 
Beaty. 

‘S) Mercury... .$25 dn. 
t-deer. black. redie. heater 
— gout miss this 
‘52 Diplomat, $25 dn. 
Dedge Hardtep, t-tene green. 
Gyrematic dcive. radio. heat- 
er. A dream ‘on wheels. Only 
$9.45 weekly. 


Many ethers te cheese from. 
SERVICEMEN WELCOME 


| LISH-KEEFE MOTORS, INC. 


310 Florida Ave. 


N.E. Li. 4-0601 
Le Sa Se a 2 oe 


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av 


or meas yeses. as Washington's eldest Chevrolet Dealer. we 


Ime euality. suar ears 
Ave. quality at Boberben  Prives! 


‘S4 Chev. $1295 


Bel Air . 
ever bine. sipoed r nd . 
on onels. sowersiide. Ne. 


53 Chev. $945 


Bel Ale t-dr. VFerest ereen. 
Ff. ond b.. pewere . very 
seed tires. Ne 375. 


‘S3 Buick $1195 


Seper Riviera Hardtesp.; t-tene 
rev & bilee. eauteeed r. «& 

. tern signals. dynatiow. A 
remarks valee. Ne. 377. 


1130 CONN. 


t-deer. Ferest creen. eoul 
and . turn sicnals. 
ke new. Ne. 352-A. 


"55 Ford. 

Custem Teder. 

blue iatsh. er r 

povcemeones signals. 
uty. Ne. 


33 Ford 


“ 
Fordom ‘atic. very « 
478. 


AVE. N.W. 


'S4 Mercury .$1295 


one 


(Opposite Mayflower Hotel) 
Visit Our Two Used Car Lots: 18th St. Between L and M 


Out-of-Towners Financed 
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‘49 CHEV. 


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CO., 408 Ga. Ave 


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LEE D. BUTLER, Inc 


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MERCURY 


MONTEREY 
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Lome Qnish 
tires ss Credit 


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ten MOTOR CO. 


DOWN 
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Appreval 


LI. 6-2626 


Mianery pomsanel end out 
of-towners financed 


Ask About Our 
100% Ne Cest 
Guarantee 


Dick 


WILLIAMS 


1731 BLADENSBURG RD. NE. 


1955 
Lea 


a = plat A real bar- 


= 156 OLDS 


SUPER “88” 
HARDTOP 


$95 DOWN 


ae and brakes. 


materts os) guaran 


"MILLER Pit er 


316 FLORIDA AVE ? 


LI. 4.2356 


i YOUR 
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+375 


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‘56 Plymouth 
FOR ONLY §¢ 49 


(PER MO.) 
BANK FINANCING 
BETHESDA MOTORS 


De Sofo-Plymouth Deeier 
Miller sud Wise. Aves. 


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Approval 


DI. 7-5733 


Military Personnel 
and Out-of-Towners 
Financed 


Ask About Our 3-Day 
Money-Back 
Guarantee 


Auto Fair, Inc. 


313 W. Y. Ave. MLW. 


'S4 
MERC. 


Monterey Hardtop. Beautiful 
2-tene finish. Fully equip. 


Call for Credit Approval 


ME. 8-2674 
MUuitery Persennel 


Ask About Our 90-Day 
Guarantee. 


Andy Kelly 


129 K. St. N.W. 


OITA RIO II 


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Serer 


FAIRFAX NASH 


ae Seminary Rd.. located 
De! Baileys Crogsroads. Ve 
1@ minutes from Pentagon 


RE. 7-7887 


BILL ROSS 


yeSS Cosegie Ave. NW. 


2636 Wilsen Revlevard 
JAckson 21-9004 


\ tt De te te A Ae A A A. 
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Repossessed 
‘53 
OLDS 


“$8” 4-dr., beautiful 2-tone green 
& white finish, rodie, heater, Hy- 
dra-Motic, power steering. Excel. 
lent condition 


1953: 


2-dr. sedan. 6-cyl., equipped. 
Z-tone finish. A clean car. 


bieck t 


snate and 4 
mileace 


cream finish with 


63 Pontiac . 


Station Wace 5 
doors. biue Tinish. “lew 


Call Now For 
Credit Appreral 


Ask About Our 90-Day 
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ME. 8-2674 


Military Personnel and 
Out-of-Towners Financed 


Andy Kelly 


128 K ST. WW. 


. Vieteria Ferde- 
matic. Twe-tene. red and cream. 
w.-w. tires. Like new 


"50 Studebaker . $245 


Champion. sew Ve. tnepection, 
with everdrive. 


Full Price 


LU. 1-1236 


Muitary Personnel 
and Out ef Tewners 
Financed 


Carr Discount 
3345 Benning Rd. N.E. 


and take over low monthly 
payments. 


3720 Georgia Ave. N.W. 


Call New for Credit 
roval 


ANDY ADAMS 
TU. 2-3515 


1525 Wilson Bivd 


1954 
CHEVROLET 


2-Dr., 2-Tone Sedan 


Full Price 


‘ST MERC. *399 


Club Coupe Mercomatic. 8. & H. 
Full Price 


51 DODGE °399 
'S1OLDS #295 


4-Doer. Hydra-Matic. oe 


‘51 CHEV. 295 


‘50 OLDS ‘98’ #295 
4-Door. Hydra-Matic. R. & H. WW. Tires. 


‘SOBUICK #295 


4-Door, 2-Tone Paint. Dynaflow. 8. & H. 


Convertible. &. 


Club Coupe. 8. 


475 = 


Servicemen all grades financed. 


FOR CREDIT APPROVAL 


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IRV MARTIN ¢ 
NA. 8-4455 | 


12th & K Sts. N.W. 


Open 9 ‘Til 9 
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3909 Minnesota Ave. N. 


(Ome bieck off Benning Ed) 


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7 Convertible. ER. 2 H.. tue- 


cre JA. 5-7350 


‘47 CHEV. 


2-Deor Sedan. R. & H. 


‘46 BUICK 


4-Door Sedan. &. & i. 


35 PACK. 
No Money > dtm swith good 


Easy GMAC Terms 
Open “Til 9 P.M. 


a —_—_——_— — 


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66 Chevrolet. . $2195 


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Super t-dr. Riviere. BR 2 H.. 
Dyast lew. w.-w. tires. ready te 


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= gue, & & &- vA > 


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. Arlington, Va. 
CLOSED 


SUNDAYS 


ene °695 


w.. Perde- 
rich green eth white 


ie Pome $195 

be age On 

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"47 CHEV. $} hi 
4dr. #iiis 


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bodenaaety 
ran Con #080 O99 
_ DODGE $39 5 


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End of Month 


SALE 


‘50 CHEV. 


2-Deer. 2-Tone Paint. 


‘49 FORD. 


Full Price 


‘275 
195 


aH. W.-W. Tires. 


‘48 DESOTO *99 


& u. 
- Full Price 


‘74 
ad 


53 


Bill Adams 


Sales Lot 


E. 


_ LU. 2-7900 


50 CHV. | $395 
con. #181 RODD 
‘47 PACKD. - $5 


/ 


‘40 CHEV. 
2-dr. = 1041 


‘46 FORD 
V-8 2dr. 21118 


re 
2 215., $495 
a. | 
oe sans. 9198 
Phage $795, 
ver 110 


*60 


"48 BUICK . 


Spr. 4dr. x i? | 75 
m4 Se 95 
“ DE yt 95 


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st se $346 
= te 


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Sullivan Had a Circus 


And So Did the Viewers 
By Lawrence ienlgblinesiicniccnaid 


ED SULLIVAN'S Sunday 
Right television show (CBS 
WTOP-TV) proved one thing: 
A circus is pretty wonderful 
entertainment, a spectacle 
that does not 


~ 


appears all too seldom in 


television. 

THOSE EGAN Brothers fi- 
nally did the right thing on 
“, 964,000 Challenge.” They're 
now competing one at a time 


Oscar 
guest. 
3 p. m—WMAL-TV. After 
noon Film Festival: John Mc 
Callum and John Mills star in 
“The Long Memory.” After 
—- imprisoned for a crime 
he didmt commit. a2 man is 
released. He begins a new 
life, until suddenly he meets 
the man he allegedly “mur 
dered.” 


Hammerstein 


wane, one Televistes—— TT yesdary TV Highl ights 


napping case ih s 
formed ex-convict in “Alias 
Mike Hercules.” 

°:38 p. m—WRCTV. Kai- 
ser Aluminum Hour: Nancy 
Kel ly stars in “Roar of the 

jon.” A vindictive. unbel. 
anced teen-ager terrorizes @ 
widow and her child 

Ss pp m—WTIOP-TV. 
Spotlight Piayhouse: “The 
Magic Glass”. is the story of 
a2 compact mirror that tells 
the future to all who look into 
its depths 


9:38 p. mw —WMAL-TV. Du 


= On Radio 


11:38 a m—WTOP. Kathy 
Godfrey Show: Caleb Ham- 
mond, cartographer. answers 
questions about maps and 
discusses unusual vacation 
spots 

3p. m—WRC. Five Star 
Matinee. “Nor Ever Less 
Dear” is the story of a gov- 
eynor, seeking re-election 
whose family weakens his 


f 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
Tuesday, July 31, 1956 39 


a 


Pension Claim of Hero’s Widow 


Denied by 


By Morrey Dunie 
Stem@® Reporter 
The Board of Veterans Ap 
peals yesterday turned dow: 


Helenit 
for a war widow's pension 


a K. Stephenson's claim 


Veterans’ Tribunal 


indicated it.was interested in 
a second legal point, one not 
mentioned by the Philadelphia 


later she learned Hine was 
subject to strokes, seizures and 
attacks of epilepsy 


On June 27. 1955, District office. The decision released 
Court. Judge James R. Kirk-ivesterday was based on this 
land annulled Mrs. Stephen- , 4 * 


second technicality, and did 


sons marriage to Hine on the 


te ste against the challenger. This ,° v4 h Pha ey Wns 9 pont Cavalcade Theater wer gee ee een nd at ary grounds of fraud, holding that 20t mention the original fraud 
giam our or io adh Gale mace tele bet i ront \¥e fhe A ; u e Ship That Sheok the 7-30 n m—WTOP. Bind opinion datec Hine misstated his true state basis 
Sancing girls A | ' — name % the < - yt At , Vorid s the true story Croshy Show: Lindsay Crosby Thursday, the of health and wealth According to the board de 
in recen t re d uc © . erve eran ; , ars ry a c eve c An ; the hulldmng of the fr«t iron sings Standing On The hoard refused The next day, June 5d. Hine cision Mre Stephenson's m2 
o_o wy a ee ted tr k “my tien ad warship. the t Ss. S Corner.” re ‘ion died riage to Hine was dissolved by 
ome a 4 If you're interested. the “First Mate star: ae Pres Monitor. during the United 3p m—WRC. X Minus on a8 the \rmed with the angulment Hine’s death, not by the a: 
rele sted the tiny automobile in which the | ton Foster. __ states Civil War , | One: A group of: seientists Cia of 1) decree, Mrs. Stephenson asked 'nulment decree. The board 
skilled oor Egan brothers commute to + -20 = ~—WMAL TY i - PB. a a travels to an unknown planet Comdr Rich the VA to reinstate ber as the took the position that a decree 
7:3 — AL * The Late Show William th bilit . ; umremarried widow of a World of the court in a uch as 
formérs to an New York is a Volkswagon Warner Brothers Presents \endieems end Masel Chance colonising : 22 ~~ A ara D. Stephen ike We sasvdennien ont meee pe _. been a ale 
~ . t ao . _— : + Fr : -~ . ' : _ : : : 
aimost se: Since the Egans, combin ~ Cheyenne joins the Mexican star in “Terror Ship.” A son, one of her pensfon. She contended 30 days have passed. 
ondary ole Laurent weigh over 600 pounds, the | Nationals to battle French in- writer finds that the derelict é : Americas that her marriage to Hine, in’ The 30 days is the time tn 
The empha- two of them in the tiny auto | yaders in “Fury at Rio fishing boat he has purchased B05 p m—WGMS. Sym- World War II Stephenson (the eyes of the law, was com- which the losing party could 
sis Was on musical comedy, must be one of New York's | Hondo.” was the scene for murder phony Hall: Schumann, Map- Navy heroes pletely erased appeal the decision. Since Hine 
kicking chorines and dazzling finer sights. $ p m—WTOP-TV. The 11:38 pp WRC-TV. To | fred Overture; Mozart, Piano Uniess the ruling is carried st Refused died before the time for an 
costumes. This provided an BILL HERSON. a popular Phil Silvers Show: The night: Henry Morgan is guest | Comcerto No. 14 in E Fiat; to court and overturned, the) The VA District Office in pealing had clasped. the Board 
evening of fair entertain- , , Pentagon becomes involved emcee. Other guests are the Respighi, The Fountains of decision by the Veterans Ad. Philadelphia refused her re i his death ended the far. 
ment, if one’s taste happens Washington disk jockey for Bilko’s contest to pick a Blackburn twins. dancers, | Rome. ministration tribunal is final quest, claimi that the fraud riage. _— 


Attorney Arthur E. Tarantine. 


mn WWES Base- | 1908 Noval 


to run to second-rate musical many years, was in town last “Sweetheart of the Platoon.” and vocalist Micki Mario. 8:55 p. on which Kirkland acted was| Tarantino declared yester- 
ball: Washington vs. Chicago 


eee a y Bick is pouty week. Bill now lives in Flor 38 9 m—WMALTV.. Ke vhepdig on Sa not recognized~by the weight day that the Board's decision 
0 ‘Ai ano equate te Xs ida. He manages Radio Sta- | Wyatt Earp: Wyatt uses his 9 p. m—WRC. Fisher Scho. represented _ - Secntemen of legal authority in New York “merely perpetuates the fraud” 
surroundings ; = _ knowledge of caitie to save . arship Award Dinner: Univer . = , p m _where the Hine marriage oc- in the Stephenson case 
Sullivan, to his eternal tion WTRL in Sradentown, I ch Labor Aske« : in her long legal wrangle with . , 
ou. . ee the life of a man about to be Fren é sity scholarships are awarded , curred. A VA spokesman said the 
eredit. relied on the perform- Fila. appears regularly on => ~~ , ” at the Veterans Administration. \ 7 
" , ersons “a , y ed for cattle rustling Mini Wace Hike .o winners of the national \..i4 vesterday when informed irs. Stephenson then took Veterans Administrator, Har- 
who performs ae the recult of NBC's “Monitor” and owns s | s.39 9 m=_wror-ty. Minimum Wag inen-age competition in de- (of the adverse ralten ine hat the case to the Board of Vet: vey V. Higley, could be’ asked 
(nal ce teagan oe € anal sty a , nm Thee oe < Navy Log \ arrier pilot PARIS uly 2D #*—Frances NMgning and building model considerinz eourt action - Trans Appeals by Mrs Stephenson to review 
nat} ov" ' superb timing.” in 4 << on = Seeman "all biinded im acti« s guided . lahar union. the Com cars Stephenson was killed in ac About 10 days ago the board the case. 
iO an eT os . > ~ ‘ ' tie | . ; hes rt o Z est ¢ r D . , = a - . iT 
The program Was a throw ne “ ses For a jong time. the = r . ae OY "Than 2 munist-led General Federation 18:05 Pp. m—WMAL Mys von July 10, 1943, on the first pam EP ST AE MR ery ST ~ a Oe I cm meyer 
ba: k to the days when one golf professional Was a cucus woes ae. sh apenas ot her a« asked ‘or an —— Time “Sheriock day of the Sicilian invasion nea - mm <_ 
attended a cireus to be con midget 8-45 WTTG. Ducout Of L.200F, Sas 255 ~f Holmes.” He left his widow and three ; 
founded and astounded. All Yes, indeed, Herson misses Chate: » ani Ge 4 ws iow, Percent increase in the na 19:05 p. m—WGMS. Music Young sons. * ; ) 
in all! was a superb pro- WRC and Washington, D. C baseball players 6 Uonal minimum wage to DFINZ Room: Dolnanyi. Serenade Pemsion Payments Made ‘ 
gram and, to repeat, proof 4 aaa Raschal!: rates to 40 cents an hour in- in C; Schubert, Excerpt from Veterans Administration | , 
H = : d its > kh Mm. WTITG ase 3a. : 4 ; 
that @ cus & best left to WRC AS realigne Washington vs. Chicago stead of 36 cents. Non-Commu- the Quartet in E Fiat mace monthiy pension pay- ? 
circus peréormers. A repeat radio schedule and_has added 5 “ m.—WMAL-TV. G. F__ nist unions joined in asking for 10:38 p. m—WWDC. Treas. MODtS to the widow and her | 
performance, surely, isin or- two television stars — Ray Summer Originals: Hugh Government parleys on revis! .-. Agent An initialed hand. °2"., “Bem she married Fran- ’ 
: aL ' 7 - Z i ai if ; : 
der Haney and Paul Arnold—to Beaumont. as a private detec- ing the minimum wage but set kerchief is the clue to mur- cis M_ Hine on Nov. 16, 1946, | } 
the schedule. Henry is now pe edi: satus « kid. (me Ganre , Mrs. Stephenson lost her wid. , 
ALL WHO watched the heard each weekday, 2 to 3 | “Ye, #tempts to solve a kid- BO NE der. ow's compensation, but the VA| ; , 
Goodyear Playhouse produc- m Arnolds show runs —— —_—— a od re jimereased its payments to the : , 
™ f «Dp " from 11:10 p. m. to midnight ; ‘children 
a “ ace) on In addition, Willard Scott's Pragrems printed here conform to informations Peru Releases She did not live with Hine } { 
“Twilight Tunes” show has furnished by stations et trme of publicetion ~ too long and in 1949 ; i 
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Tuesday, July 31, 1956 


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phone inquiries not accepted. 
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diagnoses or prescribe for iv 
dividual diseases. 


By Dr. Theodore R. Van Dellen - 


THE WATER PROBLEM 


) 
| WATER is a mixed blessing 


It is essential for health, even 


life. yet when polluted, is capa 
ble of wiping out 
community. 


Water also is a key resource 


of modern civilization. Our 
population has risen and so QUIET LITTLE ‘ 
have our hygienic standards. CORNER, GIRARD : 


There 


engineers estimate that 
present 


double by 1975. 


Water is used in air condi- 
laundries, 
In- 
dustry has become a tremen- 
dous consumer; a large refin- 
ery, for example, may utilize 


tioning, automatic 
dish washers, and dryers. 


as much water as a small town 


Water also is needed for irri- 
farm 
sprinkling systems are in vogue. 
demands 


gation. and now that 


the agricultural 
should multiply. 


In this country we have 1300 


million acre-feet of water but 
use only 195 million acre-feet 


In this respect, we have plenty 


but it is unevenly distributed. 


Los Angeles, for example. has 


3 per cent of the population 
but only 0.04 per cent of the 
Nation's precipitation and 


0.0005 per cent of the stream- 
jously the city must / 


flow. 
import water te survive. 


The role of medicine in this 


gigantic problem js smal] but 
important. 


the danger of contamination. 
In many sections, the supply 


employed for drinkiag, bath- & 


ing. and cooking is the same 
as that used by industry, agrt- 
culture, and waste disposal fa- 
cilities. 

It is difficult to develop new 
sources although some plans 
are encouraging. Rainmakers 
usually make headlines with 
their cloud seeding but the 
yield from this method is low. 
Converting salt water into 
fresh can be done but is ex- 
pensive. An enormous amount 
of water is stored in our lakes 
and rivers: there is said to be 
much more underground in the 
various strata of the earth 

Up to now we have been 
able to keep pace by increasing 
the number of reservoirs at an 
annual rate of more than 16 
million acre-feet. We also can 
spare our current supply by 
conserving what we have. This 
means prevention of contami- 
nation by salt water. city 
wastes, and industrial chemi- 
cals. 


} Many industries have found) 


it profitable to recirculate the 
water used in their manufac- 
turing processes. Treated sew- 
age efMfiuents and other con- 
taminated waters can be uti- 
lized for various industrial and 
agricultural purposes. Water 
is not as great a problem in 
this country as in other parts 
of the world. We can be thank- 
ful that our authorities have 
kept it high on their priority 
list . 

TOMORROW: 
vention. 

BAD NEWS AND EATING 

B. D. writes: Is it better to 


Bedsore pre- 


an entire 


has been a fourfold in- 
crease in our water needs since 
the turn of the century and 
our 
requirements will 


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THATS THE SAME ADDRESS 
WERE HEADED FOR NOW— 

TO PICK UP FLAT-TOP. . 
WHAT GIVES? 


By Chester Gould 


DON t TRY TO GET Away? Yaa /e@ 
MORE /=Ua 
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TABLE IN SOME 


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THIS FOR ME, MISS FORREST? /. 


WOULD YOU AUTOGRAPH 
MY NIECE WOULD BE 


OH, MISS FORREST 
wu. 


The more. we try ,. 
to store our water, the greater \\ 


MARY WORTH 


THAT FROM HIG SAVAGE INFANCY. 


WE REMEMBERS AN OBJECT LiKe | 


By Ken-Al len 


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git 


YOU MUST FORGIVE ME---IM 


BE ADDRESSED!...15 IT-.-- 
“YOUR GRACE”. .? 


read a letter containing bad 
news before or after dinner’ 
REPLY , 
The results are the same. If 
it is read before dinner, appe- 
tite is affected; if put off until 
after dinner, indigestion may 
follow. 


YEAST, A FUNGUS 


LISTEN 


F. H. writes: Is yeast infec- 
tion considered a fungus 
disease? 


REPLY 
Yes, or, more properly, a my 
cotic disease. Blastomycosis 
and moniliosis are examples of 
disorders caused by yeastlike 
invasions. 
(Copyright 


1954. Chicage Tribune) 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
oe Tuesday, July 31, 1956 ’ 41 


By Harold Gray 


SHEFFIELD July 30 (® MANILA, July 30 (INS)—| 


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_ THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
4° 7 


Tuesday, July 31, 1956 


Once Over and Not 

, Very Lightly 

THERE is a movement 
‘afoot to simplify business 


letters and reduce their 
wordiness. Perhaps “move- 
o~g 


“slight 

ring” 

be a more ac- 
curate de- 
scription of 
the progress 
that has been 
made. But at 
least there 


Bill Gold 


tendency to get away from 
such horrendous stereotypes 
as: “Your favor of the 15th 
inst. to hand, and in reply 
we beg to advise...” 

Now I wish somebody 
would undertake a similar 
campaign on behalf of tele- 
Phone conversations. Most 
of us spend far more time 
on the phone than in han- 
dling correspondence, and 
any improvement would be 
a boon to mankind. 

As one who makes and re- 
ceives too many phone calls 
each day, perhaps I can of- 
fer a useful suggestion or 
two. 

A call can be completed 
more quickly and with the 
use of fewer words if the 
caller takes the trouble to 
think for a few moments be- 
fore he begins to dial. 

This may be self-evident 
to you, but apparently it has 
never occurred to some of 
the Bell System's other pa- 
trons. 

Reaching their party 
seems te unnerve them. 
Before they can recover 


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from their surprise they 
stall for time with some- 
thing ‘on this order: “This 
1S Mr. Jones? Oh. @h, 


hello, Mr. Jones. 1 didn’t-— 


expect to get you. I 
thought you'd be out. But 
I'll tell you what I thought 
I'd call you about, to see 
if I could get hold of you 
if you were in.” 

This gets the conversation 
off to a fine start. Unless 
Mr. Jones is a beachcomber 
or professional loafer by 
trade, he was probably in 


the midst of doing some- 


thing when the call came in 
—perhaps something useful, 
like earning a living. His 
temper is mounting, the 
clock is ticking on, and thus 
far absolutely nothing has 
been accomplished. This 
could have been avoided had 
the caller organized his 
his thoughts beforehand. 

Another timesaving tech- 
nique would be a general 
agreement among all tele- 
phone users that it is suffi- 
cient to express each 
thought twice—once to say 
it, and a second time to 
make sure that the other 
party is neither deaf nor 
dumb. 

“Lostandfound depart- 
ment?” the caller will inquire. 
“I thought I'd call and ask 
if anybody turned in a -pair 
of white gloves yesterday.” 

“No.” the tlost-and-found 
man will reply, “no gloves of 
any kind have been turned 
in all week.” 

“Oh,” the caller will sigh. 
“| thought maybe . they 
were turned in. That's why 
I called.” 

“No, I'm sorry—we're hoid- 
ing no gloves of any kind.” 

“I see. This is the lost-and 
found department, isn't it”” 

“No, you dunce, this is the 


¢ dog pound.” 


“What did you say?” 

“| said, ‘No, I told you 
once, the gloves were not 
found.” 

“Oh. We must have a bad 
connection. Well, I thought 
I'd call to see if you had 
them because I just bought 
them two weeks ago. And 
you say nobody has turned 
them in? They were white, 
trimmed in... 

“No, I'm sorry 
turned them in.” 

“Well, that’s a shame. I 
thought some honest per- 
son might have picked 


Nobody has 


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them up and turned them 
in at the lost-and-helle ... 
hello ... did that young 
whippersnapper hang up 
“on me?” 

Saying it tWiee ought to be 
par for the course. And hav- 
ing said it twice myself, rll 
hang up. 


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will not be published if you 
have abbreviated your tele- 
phone exchange. Please 
spell it out. Listings must 
be accompanied by your 
complete and legibly writ- 


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submitted by mail. 


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POST SCRIPTS 

In the current Saturday | 
Evening Post, Franklin P. | 
Jones observes: “Middle age | 
is when the ‘morning after’ | 
lasts all day.” 

And Charles Raffing 
comments: “Marriage was 
probably the first union to 
defy management.” 

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TEXAS STORY 

From his soft drawl, it-was 
easy to guess that Ph/3 Hol- | 
lis Estes of the Navy Photo- 
graphic Center is a displaced 
Texan. “I suppose,” I said, | 
“that you've got a dozen pro- 
ducing oil wells back home.” | 
“No, suh,” said Hollis. | 
a poor Texan. You 


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‘and South reached their game 
contract reveals a distinct lack 
of resourcefulness. North's re- 
sponse of three diamonds is 
not well chosen. A mere tem- 
porizing bid of two clubs is 


far better strategy. Instead of 
competing at four diamonds, 
South might have tried the 
more enterprising call of three 


“No,” I said, “tell me.” 

“A poor Texan,” he 
grinned, “is one who wash- 
es his own Cadillac.” 


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(| North-South vulnerable. 2° trump relying on partner 


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At that contract declarer 
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more or less marked him with 
the ace of clubs. However, de-' 
clerer sfw a charice to steal) 
the hand if he could find a fa-/ 
vorable distribution of the; 
cards. After winning the open- 
ing lead, he entered perm 4 
~ ~ with the king of spades and 
Pass — a ‘a diamond. East, unmindful of 
Opening lead: Two of hearts.’ the danger of stripping -him- 
The lone ace of trumps fre-| self to the bare ace of trumps,} 
quently carries explosive prop- played low and  declarer’s| 
erties and in today’s hand queen held. The queen of 
proved to be a lethal weapon hearts was then played and de- 
agdinst its possessor. clarer decided to cash only one 
_ The manner in which North more spade leading to the ace 
re Then a diamond put East in to 
force a suicidal lead. Declarer 
had met with a bit of luck, for 
if at this point, East possessed 
a third spade he had an easy 
exit. Perhaps a better play by 
ideclarer, after winning the 
queen of diamonds, would have 
been to cash the queen of 
spades and then lead to dum- 
my'’s ace. If East had to ruff 
with the ace of trumps, the 
contract was assured and if 
East ruffs with the jack of dia 


a 


ds it would mean that the 
cogtract probably could not 
ha 


The actual bidding: 
Seuth West Nerth 


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Pass 


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been made anyhow. 
ad East made a quick grab’ 
of the ace of diamonds and 


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DANDY SHINERS 
WHEN I RAN 
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THEY 


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then a graceful exit, declarer 


would have been doomed. 
Copyright. 1956. Chicago Tribune 


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HUA 
OFF In A NICE wey’, 


The Washington Merry-Go-Round 
: 


Ike Gave Stassen 
Full Green Light 


By Drew Pearson 


President Eisenhower may'ception. As the House of Rep- 
iyield to pressure from the po- resentatives swung into a fin- 
litical-harmony advisers around ish, GOP Congressmen Gross 
‘him. but when he first talked of Iowa and Pillion of New 
to Harold Stas- York made charges of mal- 


RIP KIRBY 


QUT OF MY WAY YOU GRADES 
TYPEWRITER JOCKEY! I'LL 


PLEASE, CONFERENCE 
MISS FULTON! B.2’S ic) HIM! 
IN CONFERENCE. YOU 


SUTO-ER! 


sen abouts owe feasance against Albert Day, 
Nixon, there = former chief of the Fish and 
was no doubt Wildlife Service. on the 
whatsoever ground that he had partici- 
that he knew pated in baiting duck blinds. 
expressly what They were given a unique 
Stassen was “ee answer by Democratic Con- 
. | gressman Reuss of Wisconsin, 

who invited them to repeat 
their charges off the floor of 
Congress’ where they had no 
congressional immunity. 

| Said ee oo aes 
can readily ispose 0 
janti-Nixon drive whenever he within five minutes after the 
‘wanted to, made it clear he has conclusion of our remarks by 


matter 


‘never believed in preventing the gentleman from New York 


ithe Republican Convention and the gentlerran from Iowa 


from making up its own mind 


had a perfect right to propose congressional immunity 


ME TO WALK TO THE 
NEXT SERVICE STATION? 


anyone he wished just as long longer obtains, and in t 
as he spoke as an individual, presence of the -press, which 
not as a member of the “team.” ! a = hae gage ~ con- 
vene, le em repe 

FE gan Sages ag aA charges of criminality on the 
Fisenhower ld be pleased part of Albert Day | 

After the session adjourned, 
to have Herter on the ticket. nous stepped out to the hall- 
Ike thinks highly of Gov. Her-., opposite the Speaker's 
F a 5 eae office and waited for his two 
a drag on c 
last thing Ike wanted to do 
was to take the lead in dump- 
ing Nixon. He knew it would 
infuriate the Taft Republicans. 


- Hagerty Fumes 
| 


| The man who was sorest 


and Gross did not show. 
Ambassador Barred 


An interesting, unpublished 
incident occurred on the Adri- 
atic isle of Brioni when Tito. 
President Nasser and Premier 


STEVE ROPER 


Nehru of India conferred there 


accompanying me to the hall-| 


‘on his Vice Presidential run- way opposite the Speakers’ of-| 
ning mate, and told Stassen he fice, where the privilege of 
no 


the 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
. Tuesday, July 31, 1956 


a 


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Friday Nites ‘til 9 


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Other Days Open ‘til 6:00 


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‘about Stassen’s bombshell was 


Press Secretary Jim Hagerty. Tecently. 


— 


eee 
yvouR BOSS MRED DETECTIVES 
MIKE!’ EVERYBODY WAS LOOKING 
POR YOU! WE WERE AFRAID. 
YOUD HAO AN 


WOW | KNOW HE'S ALIVE. AND 
WHEREVER HE 16 TLE FIND 
HIM’ WE OWES ALOT TOA 
LOT OF PEOPLE ~ AND THis 
JOKER 16 GOING 

TO SE THE BLL 

COLLECTOR / 


ae 


T TAKES ALONG 
TIME FOR wEWS TO 
REACH THE O1L FIELOS 
OF SOUTH AMERICA, 
ALOMA ] JUST 
HAPPENED To SEE 
GUMBO'S PICTURE / 


“5, 


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sh 


The Russian Ambassador 
tried to crash the gate of the 
heavily guarded villa but was 
turned away. The Ambasador. 
Nikolai Firyulin, made a special 
trip from Belgrade but was not 


Jim, who is the most skillful 
public relations man ever to 
guide the publicity course of 
any President, had helped to 
plan the Panama trip to show 


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the American public that Ike 

was well and vigorous. 
However, Mr. Eisenhower 

himself spoiled this by confid-'sage for President Nasser. 


allowed into the conference 


that he had a very urgent mes- 


room even though he protested Chaise 
Cover 


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ing that he didn't have much; When Tito was informed the 
strength, which of course took Ambassador had showed up, he 
top headlines. was so irate he ordered him off) 

Then just as the President the island; didn’t even tell Nas-| 
was homeward bound, Stassen ser there was a message for; 
dropped his “dump Nixon” fire- him. The whole incident was) 
cracker which tdéok all the kept very hush-hush. But the’ 
headlines away from Ike's big question is: What message | 


WHOIS THATGOING ““ 
INTO THE CAVE — WITH 
ALL THE TROOPERS ? 


BY GOLLY, I THINK 
IT’S THE iT 1S! ¢ 


Washington arrival. As he WS 50 important that the Rus-| 
‘landed at National Airport. not *!4" Ambassador had to deliver'| 
one question came from news- it immediately? Western diplo- 
men about the Panama confer- ™#*S don’t know the answer, 
ence. ; ; ; 

- was flide be tied. Washington Pipeline 

Note— Another dramatic! The Army is teaching a hush- 
move will be made shortly to hush class at Camp Gorden 
reassure the publig on the how to operate lie detectors. 
President's health. Not only Army investigators 


’ but other Government agents 
Johnsonian Humor ‘slip down to take the course. 
Though the courts don't recog-| 

Sen. Lyndon Johnson, Texas gize lie detectors, they are senal 
Democrat, has by no means by the Defense Department, 
always agreed with SenjAtomic Energy Commission, 
Wayne Morse, the new Dem0-\and Centra! Intelligence Agen-| 
erat from Oregon.'. But he cy. The Washington police also 


showed tact, charm and humor |bought four lie detectors . . . 
im paying tribute to Morse at Here's a new wrinkle in the 


a big $50-e-plate luncheon held right of political candidates to 


HOWEVER MY 


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