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79th Year — No. 249 


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FRIDAY, 


AUGUST 10, 


1956 


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IKE CALLS SUEZ CRISIS PARLEY 


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Court Issue 
Passed Up 
In Truman’s 


Plank Talk 


Party's Resolutions 


Committee Hears 


ee 


Ex-President ‘Pour 
It On’ Ike’s Regime 


By Robert C. Albright 
Stef Reporter 
CHICAGO, Aug. 9—For- 
mer President Harry S. Tru- 
man today called on the 
Democratic Resolutions 
Committee to write a plat- 
form “in simple language so 
that the people can under- 
stand what the Democratic 
Party stands for,” but failed 
to call for indorsement by 
nameofthe Supreme 
Court's school integration 
decision 
In fact, Mr. Truman passed 


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Former President Harry S&S. Truman is 


S, 


“Ss 


International News 


Adlai Stevenson on Truman's arrival yes- 


up two separate opportunities 
to go beyond the Party's 1948 


and 1952 civil rights planks in Truman Gets 
explosive ye . 
Big Reception 
In Chicago 


Folliard 


ter 


resolving the most 
single issue before this conven- 
tion 


Back in 


of vigor as ever but leaves 
his old “give-em- 
hell” form, Mr. Truman literal- 
poured on” the Eisen- 
hower Administration, which 
he said “doesn't know anything 
about anything that's going on 
anywhere.’ 

But he cautiousiy refrained 


nation. Page 1. 


ly By Edward T 
Siaf? Repo: 
CHICAGO, Aug. 9—Former 
President Harry Truman, 
who used to be criticized for 
being impetuous and shooting 
from saying senything that from the hip, was a smiling 
would fan into flame the racial sphinx today who had all Chi- 
issue in his own Party. It split cago guessing | 
Democrats down the middie Whom did he fayor for the 


: te Democrati¢ nomination for 
@uring his 1948 campaign, and President? Wes it. as rumored. 
could do it again. 


Adiai Stevenson’ 

The net result ofhistestimony, “I am making no announce- 
before the 108.nember Reso- ment for anybody.” he said. 

‘ : “Are you against any candi- 
date in the sense that you are 
going to try and stop him?” he 
was asked. 

“Yes.” he said, laughing. “I 
am against me.” | 

Mr. Truman did promise re- 
porters that he would crack the 
riddle of his preference at the 
end of this week—in time for 
Sunday's newspapers. The 
Democratic National Conven- 
tion opens at noon Monday. 

“I will tell you who I am for 
before Sunday, so that you will 
have it for the Sunday papers, 
I hope. the Missour: warrior 
said. “But I want to get a lot 
of information before | make 
any announcement. | may not 
be in a position to make any 
announcement unless I! get 
more information than | have 
got now. I am not a bandwagon 
fellow. Don't get that into your 
head.” 

A big turnout of political re 
porters, as many as used to 
show up for his news confer- 
ences in the White House, tried 
for half hour to find out whom 
he was for or which way he 


Sce TRUMAN, Page 2, Col. 3 


Hope Dim for 260 


In Burning Mine 


MARCINELLE, Belgium, 
Aug. 9 \®—Hope of saving 260 
men entombed in a burning 
coal mine here faded tonight. 

After 36 hours, rescue teams 
were pulled out of the lower 
workings of the fiery Bois du 
Casier mine. They had been 


s 
“more misconduct in o % 
senhower Administrati 


fatally stricken. Page 50. 
Harold E. Stassen asserts 


Stanley Told His Plan 1 in a 100 to replace Richar 


Faces Uphill Battle 


Virginia. political leaders 
reportedly told Gov. Thomas 
B. Stanley yesterday he faces 
uphill fight in the Legisla- 
ture for his program to resist 
schéol integration. Page 724. 

gation. Page 27. 
lutions Committee was to bol. 
ster Southern hopes for a civil ms 
rights “compromise” thal does 
not specifically mention the 
Court ruling 

Liberal elements in the Par- 
ty. who have been plugging 
for a specific indorsement, not 
ed dourly that the fermer 
President never “eluded” such 
mention. But not once did he 
go so far as Adlai Stever.son, 
who declared only last Tues 
day that the platform “should 
express unqualified approval 
of the Court's decision.” 

Mr Truman's appearance 
transformed the hitherto pro- 
saic platform hearings into a 
colerful moment in the sun, 
with Democrats vying with 
each. other in praise of their 
old leader, and exhibiting the 
first real enthusiasm on issues 
that has marked this gathering 

Until he took the stand, the 
civil rights issue had been ex 
cluded from the testimony, un- 
der an agreement to discuss it 
Frida, 

Immediately following the 
former President was Thomas 
K. Finletter, his former Secre- 
tary of the Air Foree. Finiet- 
ter urged the Democrats to 
present a “program for peace.” driven back by intense heat 
highlighting reliance on “SU- from smoking galleries where 
perior power in the absolute they had hoped to find sur- 


See PLATFORM Page 2, Col. 1 vivors 


Montgomery 


Aas 


4 group of Montgomery 
County Democratic leaders at 
Rockville yesterday attacked 
Averell Harriman and urged 
the Maryland delegation to 
the National Convention to 
support Adlai Steverse: for 
the presidential nomination 

In a telegram to Comptroller 
J. Millard Tawes, chairman of 
the delegation, they said Mary- 
landers should “rebuke the 
desperate attempts of Governor 
Harriman, Carmine DeSapio 
and their followers to split the 
Democratic Party in a reckless 
but vain offort to obtain the 
presidential -nomination for 
Harriman. 

The message was sent over 
th names of Ward C. Cad- 
dington, chairman of the Coun- 
ty’s Democratic Committee, 
State Sen. Edward S. North- 


Ends Baseball's Dry Era Here 


Bleacher Beer Garden Opens Tonight 
For Griffith Stadium’s Thirsty Ones 


Griffith Stadium, an island policy of the late Clark Grif- paper cups, in deference to the 
of prohibition for more than g¢:h an adamant prohibitionist, proximity of the athletes to 
py woe Pay rm eS oe who refused to admi* the prod- field-side imbibers who might 
aren, Washington's largest. Uct Into the stadium that bears be tempted to throw bottles. 

The Washington Baseba!l! his name. Any beer-drinking fan tempt- 
Club yesterday won a ere The ye age of a ed to stand up and cheer for 
} license from. the Alcoliolic ington Club from prohibition- ee 
Beverage Controt Board and is ist ranks leaves only Philadel-* °me run hit info the salon 
prepared to start serving to- phia and Pittsburgh as major Sector will be sternly reminded 
night to thirsty fans at the league parks not selling beer. that he is violating the law if 
Nats-Red Sox game. ara Pig Ban ag ty oe oo he is so forgetful as to rise to 

Tables and benches, a y the eachers to 
installed to meet regulations patrons presently accommo: |S ag with his drink in his 
that beer must be served to dates 170 persons. Club officials "#"¢- a Be 
table-sitters, have transformed say the section will be ex-| There is utterly no signif- 


what used to be the front rows parded to serve 500. Easy ac-icance, it was said, that the | 


of the outfield bleachers into a cess will be prowided for grand- struggling seventh-place Nats, 
spacious spot for the parched stand and box seat holders. ‘were awarded what the ABC 
to quench their thirst Tt will be a club policy + od designates as Class D 


greeted in Chicago by presidential aspirant | terday for the Democratic Convention. 


The Day’s Politics 


Former President Truman arrives in Chicago as full 


Harriman, Indorse Ad! 


fellow politicians disturbed 


and in doubt about his candidate for presidential nomi- 


Americans for Democratic Action credit the Demo- 
crats with a far more liberal voting record in Congress 
than the Republicans. Page 22. 

The Democratic Digest charges that there has been 


among members of the Ei- 


than among any Government 
officials since the time of President Grant, Page 38. 
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt declares doctors exam- 
ined and approved President Roosevelt's physical con- 
dition for a fourth term eleven months before he was 


Gov. Christian A. Herter’s 


chances have increased to 50-50 against their original 


d M. Nixon for Vice Presi- 


dent on the Republican ticket. Page 22. 

Adlai Stevenson's headquarters in Chicago announces 
that six members of former President Truman’s Cabi- 
net are openly supporting the former Illinois Governor 
for the Democratic presidential nomination. 

Gov. Averell Harriman charges that President Eisen~ 
hower “failed utterly to exercise leadership on segre- 


Page 27. 


Near and 


Russians 
Accept Bid 
To London 


| Would Invite 22 
More Nations; 
Say Conference 
Won't Be Binding 
9 


LONDON, Aug 


Soviet Russia agreed today 


to join the Western-spon- 
sored Suez conference in 
London—but expressed all 
around dissatisfaction with 
its purpose, its composition 
and the date 

The only reason 
government has decided to at- 
tend announced, 
that it is a “champion of peace- 
ful settlement of international 
issues” and the London con- 


ference may open up a peace- 
ful approach to the question of 
free navigation in the canal. 
“The Soviet government can- 
not disregard the fact,” said a 


the Soviet 


Moscow is 


Egypt to Organize 
New National Army 


President Gamal Abdel 
Nasser of Egypt yesterday 
ordered formation of a new 
National Liberation Army te 
cope with the threat of Anglo- 
French military intervention 
ever the Suez Canal crisis. 
Page 14. 


note handed to all foreign em. 
bassies in Moscow. “that an in- 
creasingly tense situation is 
Geveloping in the area of the 

iddle East” and 
Britain and Frence are resort. 
ing to “gross and unjustifidll 
pressure on Egypt.” 

Russia declared she did fit 
cdnsider the London conference 
—to which Britain, as host. in- 
vited the United States, France. 
Russia and 20 other nations— 
was competent to settle the 
future of the Suez Canal 

She proposed that the invited 
nations be expanded to include 
22 other nations, among them 
Red China and other members 
of the Communist bloc. several 
neutral states such as Finland, 
Austria and Burma. and every 
Arab state from Morocco to 
Iraq. 

She also suggested that the 
conference date be postponed 
from next Thursday to the end 


" of August 


Revolt in Reckville 


Leaders Hil 


‘ 
4% 


ated Pre 


Blair Lee lil, and Margaret 
Schweinhaut;. Alfred L. Scan- 
lon, president of the Western 
Suburban Democratic Club, 
and J. Newton Brewer, treas- 
urer of the Maryland party's 
1956 “Victory Dinner.” 

Referring to Harriman and 
the New York Governor's gup- 
porters in his bid for the nom- 
ination, they said: 

“Their irresponsibility is fur- 


ther compounded by the fact Postponing the conference and (Chijds 


that the man Whom they seek 
to deprive of the nomination 


is Adlai Stevenson, an enlight- ance left but two of the 24 on Comics 


ened and courageous Demo- 
cr:tic statesman. 


“We believe that we reflect 


the opinion of the overwhelm- im Madrid tonight that Spain Editorials 
ing majority of Maryland Dem- Would attend the London con- 


ocratic voters when we ask that 
you publicly repudiate the Har- 
riman forces and that you in- 
dorse, on the record, with both 
pride and satisfaction, the can- 
didacy of Adiai E. Stevenson of 
Illinois. 


The. Soviets further suggest 
ed that Cairo, rather than Lon- 
con, would be a more appropri- 
ate meetng piace 

\ Brit Foreign 
spokesman said the 
action was that 
comimd loaded fol 
tirely different from 

which he had 


Office 
1irst re- 
Russia 
a party en 
the one 
been in- 


si 


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ited out. how 
ever, that the Soviets acknow!- 
edged the legitimate interest 
of world powers in keeping the 
canal eternally open to all na- 
tions—despite the declaration 
of the Egyptian Embassy im 
Paris today that Cairo does not 
intend to revoke nationaliza- 
tion 

The impression was that the 
Western Big Three would turn 
down Moscow's suggestions for 


Ty!) 


changing its makeup. 
Moscow's qualified accept- 


Britain's list to be heard from. 
They are Egypt and Greece. 
> (It was officially announced 


ference.| 

Egyptian President Gamal 
Abdel Nasser is expected to 
give his answer Sunday and it 
probably will be “no.” His na- 
tionalization of the Suez Canal 


See SUEZ, Page 14, Col. 1 


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‘Proposes Platform 


Plank 


Truman Urges Control In 


Of Vitab€anals by U.N 


By Walter Lister Jr. 
N. Y. Herald Tribune News Service 


CHICAGO, Aug. 9—Former 
President Harry S. Truman rec- 
ommended today that the Suez 
and Panama Canals, together 
with other strategic straits, be 
placed under the jurisdiction 
of the United Nations 

Mr. Truman made his com- 


Rhine-Danube 
Kiel Canal. 
“Now I see the Russians are 
trying to argue for internation- 
alization of the Suez and Pan- 
ama Canals.” Mr. Truman said 
“They ought to be told there 


Canal and the 


Party Chiefs 
Congress 


Summoned 


Here Sunday 


Nixon, Radford. 


Dulles Will Sit In; 


tivat afte 


Special Session 
May Be Called Later 


By Chalmers M. Roberts 
Stal Reporter 

President Eisenhower yes- 

gressional 


are more than two canals,” he 
said. “And the platform should 
make it clear that a suggestion 
for international water ways 
was made by a Democratic 
President more than 10 years 
ago.” 

Earlier in the day, at a press‘ 
ree ony — = his ar- terday called con 
rival her ; ’ 
Pedensadiande.- te.. Mr. Tru. leaders of both parties to an 
man was asked if he would ap- Urgent Sunday noon White 
prove Great Seiain’e heen to House conference on the 
orce a reversal of Egypt's q«rit; 
the Committee that when he seizure of the French corpor- critical Suez issue. ; 
was at the Potsdam Conference ation that operates the Suez It will be the first time since 
in 1945 he had suggested and Canal Mr. Eisenhower became Presi- 
days in favor of making inter-\sary to use force on any sub- et, with the leaders on a 
national waterways out of the ject that comes up between {0reisn Policy issue involving 
Panama Canal, the Suez Canal, nations,” Mr. Truman replied wf amar sod of American 
the Black Sea Straits, the carefully. MiuNtaty Scuon. 

: Earlier, the leaders had been 


= called to meet with Secretary 
of State John Foster Dulles 
at the State Department as 
‘they had done in the Indo- 
china, Formosa and Middle 
East crises. But the plan was 
switched at dinner time after 
a National Security Council 
meeting. 

Vice President Richard M. 
Nixon, Admiral Arthur W. Rad- 
ford, Chairman of the Joint 
Chiefs of Staff, and Dulles will 
sit in with the Senate and 
House leaders for what was de- 
scribed as “a briefing session” 
on the Suez crisis 

So strong is the Administra- 


ments on foreign policy during 

jam-packed session of the 
Démocratic Platform Commit- 
tee in the Mayfair Room of the 
Sheraton-Blackstone Hotel. 

Asked his opinion of the Re- 
publican Administration's han- 
dling of the Suez situation, Mr 
Truman replied: “I don’t think 
the present Administration 
knows anything about what 
they're doing anywhere.” 

The former President told 


Extension an Issue 


Transit Contract Talks 
Recessed Till Saturday 


as of mid- 


labor nego Transit Co. assets, 

yesterday night next Tuesday. 
: The new management's posi- 
tion was summarized by an as- 
sociate this way: 


District 
tia2ztions 
snagged on the question of con- 


tract extension 
He thinks negotiations, so 


A source close to ©. Roy 
Chalk, new repsit owner, . mean an extension agree tion's feeling that the situation 
rward © would ME fay. is inevitable. + a al 


is fraught with the 
trate, but only after a contract jy favors” arbitration. fust|\Ous danger of war 
extension beyond next T “what is to he arb‘trated and is now a possibility that Con- 
This came as @ ‘how it should be arbitrated con- ST¢8s may be called into spe- 
union members, w cerns him cial session after the two presi- 
Chalk nevér had i Paced with closing financial dential conventions to give 
would accept arbitration TUS deals with both his bank and Presdent Eisenhower some 
day or within a year from Tues orc he doesn’t think he has sort of stand-by military pow- 
on" we had a firm agreement time before Tuesday to settle 


to arbitrate. we then would 0" # basis of contract arbitra- 
agree to extend our contract,” “40M, too. 
one influential union member The union employes of CTC 
maintained. made this explanation: 
Without extension or arbitra. Chalk has asked only for an 
tion within five days. workers ¢xtension. He has not ind!-\ angel Nasser a proposal for an 
are pledged to strike. This cated he would arbitrate, at all jjternational system of some 
reasoning stems from a long-—@ position regarded by the ying to control the Canal while 
standing union tradition of “no- Union negotiators as a breach respecting Egypt's sovereignty 
contract—no work.” of faith. and right to nationalize the 
To beat the Tuesday mid- The breach consists of a re- Suez Canal Co. as Nasser did 
night deadline, Chalk and Wal- versal in negotiations by Chalk to precipitate the current Mid- 
ter J. Bierwagen, president of Of his position in a letter to Sen. dle East crisis. 
Leeal 689, both have called for Pat McNamara and Rep. Oren If Nasser accepts or is willing 
help from Federal Mediator Harris June 25, they said. to negotiate whatever the Lon- 
James A. Holden. Holden ad- In the letter, Chalk said he don conference works out. then 
journec a three and a half hour had “long since made it clea? the chances of war will dimin- 
session yesterday at the Fed- (that he) would welcOme and ac ish. 
eral Mediation Service offices, cept impartial and binding arbi- But if Nasser flatly refused to 
reporung “no apparent prog- tration as a method of resolving consider creation of what Brit- 
any disputes collective bargain- See POLICY, Page 12, Col. 3 


ing had failed to resolve.” He 
Resort Weather 


transit 
recessed 


s. 

That possibility will depend 
on the outcome of the London 
conference due to open Aug. 
16. The conference Is expected 
to hammer out for presentation 
to Egyptian President Gamal 


ther talks were recessed 
until 2 p. m. Saturday 
Chalk lunched with close 


also told Congressmen he 
would agree to a formula for 
associates Then, he reviewed selection of an impartial chair 
the situation with District man of a three-member arbitra. 
Commissioner Robert E. Me- tion board. 


Laughlin 
16-Martini Wager 


By midafternoon, Chalk was 
5 je 
Fatal to Winner 


on his way to New York to 
close his deal to buy Capital 
ex | DAYTON, Ohio, Aug. 9 ®@—A 
25-year-old tippler won a $20 
Pace bet that he could drink 16 mar-| , 
Keeping Well 46 Mis in less than two hours but }; 
Kilgalien 44, died shortly afterward of ex- 
Livingston sg cessive intoxication, a deputy 
Movie Guide coroner reported today. 
Music The official, Robert A. Clark, 
Night Clubs said Louis Angoff made the 
Obituaries wager with Allen Gradsky, a 
Outdoors bar owner. Angoff beat the | 
Pearson deadline by 40 minutes, Clark 
Picture Page 25 said. 
Shopper's Pg Shortly afterward friends 
Sokolsky 27 walked Angoff outside for 
Sports 53-57 fresh air. He collapsed in front 
5! of the tavern and died en route 


TV-Radio 
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Federal Diary 23 | 
Financial . 58-59 
Goren 48 
Horoscope 


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Weehengtee Pest end Times Herel Map 


They Entertained Twining 


Reds’ Hope of Return Invitation Fades 
As Time for Big U.S. Air Show Nears 


By John G. Norris | 

Sia Reporter tema he Berens Sree ae wuaiary Salat. To all in 
in ma City over quiries on the subject, Twining 
siaeseae wat dita ort oe he Labor Day weekend, and has said a return visit was “up 
tion to attend the United States|"°M¢ 's in preparation. ‘to higher authority.” tt has 
National Aircraft Show this With the big annual show been understood the Adminig- 
year to repay the Red Air ly three weeks off, some ar- tration does not want Russian 
Force Day visit American Air|"@"sements would now be un- dignitaries here during the 

Force chiefs made to Russia in\¢¢T ¥2y¥ if such a visit were in political campaign. 
June. \prospect, officials said Amerivan aviation men have 
And it is a safe bet that if a| Nor are any plans afoot to heard tat British air chiefs, 
reciprocal visit is arranged forjinvite the Reds to the only who also were present at the 
Russian military men, in re-jother major Air Force event Moscow aviation show, invited 
turn for the hospitality extend-jscheduled for this fali—a fire tleir Soviet hosts to come te 
ed to Gen. Nathan F. Twining,|power demonstration being ar-'Britain’s annual Farnsborough 
it will not come until afterjranged for prominent civilian air show, which starts Labor 
the November elections, and rs at Eglin Air Proving Dey. 
rounds, Fla., in October - Soviet military att.ches are 


probably not until! next year. ee. 
A check with responsible! Soviet chiefs made it, plain expected to attend the Okla- 
, a5 they were 


Pentagon sources yesterday re-ithat they invited Twining to huma City sh 
vealed that no bid has gone out Moscow with the hope “f start- invit-4 last year. 


to top Russian air officials to ing reciprocal visits with Amer- 


This is a departure from the the beer be served only scense. 


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Truma n Hailed at Chi ica go Ike Forms National Honors Board 


President Eisenhowér gester- proposed to increase the pricé: southwestern states cothendel 
questions,” he ssid, fe will of 1912, when a candidate need- day created a 15-member Com- oe 5,5 to 7.7 mills a kilowatt i, was unfair to increase rates 
announce your paper and your'ed two-thirds of the delegates mittee on Civilian Nationa) "°UF to d ] cies 

. a co-ops and public agen 
pame-ep that the sot of Honors in a move to “encour-|.,1%@ rate increase was de- titted to preference in the 


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‘was learning. It was no use. 


Truman Presi 
Up Court Issue 


weapon atomic 
that neither Russia 
other state will dare st 
war or allow one to Start.” 

Mr. Truman discussed the 
whole range of latent issues 
foreign policy natural re- 
sources, housing and rising in- 
terest rates, as well as civil 
rights 

It was the job of the Demo 
crats, he insisted, to return the 
Government to “the people 
He charged the Republicans 
with running it tor the benefit 
of “the special interest boys 
and not for:“the common ev 
eryday people 

“l am urging 
you,” he said 


Air pow er. 
nor ali’ 


ar’ 


you, begging 
io make us a 
platform on which we can go 
out and convince the people 
that the welfare of the United 
States, and the peace and 
the welfare of the whole world 
is wrapped up in the Demo 
cratic Party this fall.” 


Backs "48 and ‘52 Platforms 


Mr. Truman declared the 
platform “should be very spe- 
cific and plain on civil rights. 
as it was in 1948 and as it was 
in 1952.” 

But when Rep. Charles Diggs 
Jr. (Mich.), a Negro mem 
asked him for “guidance 
how that program should be 
carried out, especially in the 
light of events that have taken 
place since you were Presi 
dent,” Mr. Truman failed to go 
beyond the two former plat 
forms 

| have always thought 
1948 and ‘52 platforms had very 
good civil rights planks,” he 
said. “I'm a little partial to the 
1948 plank, because I got elect 
ed on it and | liked it very 
much.” 

At one point, Hugo Alex 
ander, an Ohio member of the 
Committee, made an attempt 
to pin the former President 
down on a “specific” civil rights 
recommendation, 

Mr. Truman here suggested 
that the “48 and ‘52 platforms 
“be studied,” and added: 

“I think the Committee is 
perfectly capable of writing a 
platform that will accomplish 
the purpose—and that is being 
fair to all of the people of the 
United States, for which the 
Constitution provides.” 

Former Gov. John Battle of 
Virginia said te was “agreeably 
surprised” by Mr. Truman's tes- 
timony 

Sen. Sam Ervin Jr. (VN. C 
said he thinks the South is 
quite willing to accept the ‘32 
plank. 

Sen. John Sparkman (Ala) 
eaid he thought the best de 
scription of Mr. Truman's tes- 
timony is “moderation.” add- 
ing: “ _ 2 certainly did not call 
for fie 1 


DOT, 


on 


the 


orsement of 
the Court’ s decision.” 

Rep. William L. Dawson (II1.), 
a Negro member, indicated his 
agreement with Mr. Truman 
this way: “The Supreme Court 
is the law of the land. You don't 
have to put the law of the land 
into the platform. It should 
deal with principles, not specif- 
ics.” 


Rep. Diggs Disappointed 


Rep. Diggs, however, was 
ewe disappointed that Mr 

ruman did not spell out his 
recommendations. 

“The 1952 platform was a 
good one at that time,” Diggs 
said. “But it does not provide 
for things that have happened 
since (the Court ruling). It 
needs to be brought up to date 
Mr Truman did not exclude 
that.’ 

In developing his civil rights 
position, Mr. Truman quoted 
from a survey and a history 
of the civil rights program, 
“To Secure These Rights,” pre- 
pared under his Administration 


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ELGINS and Hanns 


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urged his listeners to 
find out ne 
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taken place 
including the decision of the 
Supreme Court. about which 
ther s much controversy 
were only ah enforcement of 
the law which has been a partis 
of the fundamental and . basic 
1 of the United States since 
the late 1860s." 


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init we Ae he 
day 


fen 
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law of the 
has not been enforced 
: ‘nt back to ine Haves 
lilden presidential contest of 
1675 for his account of why it 
had not been enforced 

Mr. Truman maintairied that 
Samuel Tik len w was legal ly e! ect 
ed. but that the Electoral Co! 
lege illegally ‘counted him out 
in favor of Rutherford B 
Haves 

Hie recalled Ulysses S. Grant 
was President, and said they 
brought. Hayes«to the White 
House and swore him in 
Sutiday. March 4. “because 
were afraid if they didnt swear 
him in there would be trouble 

Well.” said Mrs Traman 
the people m interested in 
Samuel Tilden'’s eleétion were 
sent for and an agreement 
was made between those peo 
ple and between Rutherford B 
Hayes and Gen. Grant. that if 
Mr. Haves was allowed to be 
President without interference 
the troops would be withdrawn 
from the South. and the recon 
struction program would be 
stopped, and the l4th Amend- 
ment would not be officially 
enforced.” 

Mr. Truman wes apolauded 
when he said two Republicans 
made that promise in 1877 “and 
that situation prevailed until a 
man named FradRiin D. Roose- 
velt was elected President” and 
set out to implement the 14th 
Amendment 


or 
they 


i 
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Stand on Other Issues 
The former President 
is to say on other issues 
Foreign policy—The peoples 
of the world today don't know 
just what the foreign policy 

the United States and 
what it means” He 
plank that will help Demo 
cratic candidates teil the world 
“just exactly what we stend 
for.” 

Agriculture—The farmers 
‘have been put in almost ex 
actiy the same position that 
Andrew Melion put them in 
beck tim the 192068... mis 
treated. And they were 
promised everything ander the 
sun.” 

Atomic power— 
see that the special pr 
boys have complete cont 
it... It ought to stay 
hands of the people 

Power give-aways — “They 
started to break up the TVA 
... Somebody caught up with 
them. But they have given 
away Hells Canyon . and 
if something is not done that 
Hungry Horse Dam will be 
the last you will ever see.” 

Among other witnesses were 
John S. Coleman, president of 
the United Stetes Chamber of 
Commerce: Rep. Wright Pat- 
man (Tex.), who testified for 
the Democratic Advisory Com- 
mittee on Small Business; 
George J. Burger. of the Na- 
tional Federation of independ 
ent Business: Louis Lubin, of 
the Businessmen’s Council of 
Americans for Democratic Ac- 
tion. and Stanley Gewirtz, of 
the Air Transport Association 
of America. 


had 
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in the 


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customers here will understand‘? “!" ‘he nomination. It now 
just exactly what is behind the requires only a majority. 
question. Answering a question about 

“Mr. McCormack,” said a re 1952, he - 
porter, “has accused the (Eisen-/cans of waging a “dirty cam- 
hower) ‘Administration of ex-/paign.” He said, as he did in 


frat t ith the New York a month or so ago, 
Kremlin. “yo he ee chet he didn't think»the Dem- 


view?” yocrats ought to raise the health 

: eee , issue this year against Presi- 
of oan | Tae Sn word dent Eisenhower. He said it 
said, “as there is hardly ever wasn't proper to “step on the 


' n when he has had an ill- 
a word of truth in the editorial ness.” But the Eisenhower ree. 


policy of that paper to which), 4 before that, he added, pro 
you refer.” ae vided “plenty to jump on.” 

He obviously was thinking of He was evidently referring 
the McCormick family thatitg the “part-time President” 
owns the Chicago Tribune. charge, and also to Administra- 

“I was referring to Repre-'tion policies. 
4g gh Eaadpaodl be A reporter reminded Mr. 

a Truman that he was a revered 
elder stateman of his party. 
What was his influence at this 
\convention? 

“I have no desire to be an 
elder statesman,” Mr. Truman 
said, smiling. “You know, a 
statesman is a dead politician, 


They laid verhal traps for him. 
That was no use cither 

“Mr. President,” said a news- 
man, “It seems that you have 
succeeded in baffling us as to 
where you stand about the can- 
didates. Was that your pur- 
pose: 

“That is exactly right.” he 
said. “I thought vou would get 
that after a while 

He threw hack hi« head and 
laughed heartily. Very obvious 
y he was having the time of 

is life, playing at the game of 
olities,. &@ game he once! 
lescribed as greater than golf. 
masebell and football com- 
ned 

fhe upshot of his reticence, 
vrrever, was to convert Chi-|sentative 
cago into a huge rumor factory, | Massachusetts, 


in which hope and apprehen- explained. 
sion were mingled in the} “I thought you were refer. 


breasts of those backing Adiai/ting to another McC ormick, 7 

Averell Harri-- Mr. Truman went on. “Every: 

nan New York. and some body is entitled to his own. 

of the favorite-son candidates. views. I don't think there has 
Mr Truman is a tremendous deen go os y= — the 
influential figure in -his par-| Reds. y have secusea me 

influential than of that. I think there is a cer- and I am a very live politician 


the 


of 


far more 


the Republi-| 


.. +1 don't want to tell the con- 
tain fellow likely to be on the vention what to say or how to! 


ng the White House. He might Republican ticket (Vice Presi- say it. I am here as a specta-| 
not save the power to “stop”|dent Richard M. Nixon) .that tor and as a private citizen. I 
\dlai Stevenson, now far and has accused me of being 4 think I am going to have a 
awey the favorite, and put over traitor. I don't like it.’ seat at the convention, al-) 
Governor Harriman, the rich) Mr. Truman warded off a though they are awful hard to. 
underdog. But he would. it was number of questions aimed at ,.; " 
conceded. have the power to getting him to express @ Cam- A familiar voice arose in the 
throw the convention into tur-didate preference. Then a re- rear. 
moil if he tried porter tried to get him to say «Mir President, Kaltenborn 
The Harriman people hoped that no candidate with Steven- of the National Broadcasting 
that he would try son's delegate strength has Company.” 
The Stevenson people said it‘ever been denied the nomina- “wey” 
inconceivable that con smiling broadly, 
they re Did you.” asked the re- Mr. Kaltenborn.” 
the auda- porter, “ever hear of a case of Just about everybody in the 
nan had 2 candidate going into the first room was thinking about the 
things ballot with anything approach- same thing as H. V. Kalten- 
also were held to be in- ing 600 votes and not being born prepared to ask his ques- 
conceivable—his firing of Gen. nominated?” tion. They were thinking how 
Dewclas MacArthur. for ex-| If Mr. Troman had said that the dean of radio commenta-| 
ample. They were troubled he never had known of such a tors on election night in 1948' 
Rumors were flying al! over case. he would have in effect kept saying over the air that, 
the Blackstone and the Conrad been acknowleding that. Ste- while Mr. Truman was ahead, 
Hilton tonight. One man. who ¥4050n was unstoppable and he would fall behind and ‘lose 
lone been associated with Was @ certain winner. But he to Dewev when the ‘farm vote 
Mr. Tru said he knew for 54~ the point of the question, came in, and how, on the eve 
a fact that the former Presi | ducked it. of inauguration day, Mr. Tru- 
oat wes for Stevenson. “I can't give you the history man got up at a dinner in the 
However. a Stevenson lieuten- Of ali the conventions that Mayflower and mimicked him 
ent said that Mr. Truman told have been held in this coun- so well that his audience had 
him, “You have nothing tory. he said, “but I have stitches from laughing. | 
worry about known them to go in with less It is the memory of ‘48, and 
Mr. Truman arrived in than 200 votes and come out that great upset victory, that 
Chicago this morning at 3 nominated.” makes Mr, Truman such a 
o'clock on the Santa Fe line’ He explained later that he magical figure here In Chicago 
Candidate Stevenson was in 4s referring to Woodrow Wil- and leads the Democrats to 
the train shed to meet him. 50m at the Baltimore convention take heart. 
together with a small army of 
lieutenants. Governor Har- 
riman. certainly would have 
been there, but he was not yet 
in Chicago. Harriman’s cohorts 
jowever, were out in force— 
Sam Rosenman, India 
Edwards, and many others 
4 shout went up as Mr. Tru 
liowed by the boss, as 


bert Hoower was after leav- 


a 


said Mr. Truman. 
“now are you, 


mar 


not 


— 


Vienna Will Become 
W orld’s Atom Center 


nis 


Lake Michigan water for sani- 


By Warren Unna 
Sief Reporter 
Great powers from East and concerned with atomic energy 
West have agreed upon the Geneva; IAEA's second 


chocie, already shelters the 
Austrian capital of Vienna as Rarenedin ness of the Oe 


Truman, stepped 

the train. Now 72.) 

r Chief Executive ap 

peared to be in first-rate phy 

sical lion. He certainiy 
looked happy and relaxed 


He sheok/ hands with Steven- th 
the best site for the new Inter- 
son. saying “hello, Governor and the International 


The familiar cries of “Hi national Atomie Energy Orgonisetion. 
os valked AE! 


is an outgrowth of; 
Hasty!” arose as he walked Agency. President Bisenhower's “Mt-| 
through the. train shed The 12 organizing nations |... or-Peace” proposal to the 
hemmed in on sides by “| chose Vienna over the only U. N. in December, 1953. 
murers gther significant contender, 
“This is the best reception Ganeva Their selection will 
I've got since Rome,” Mr. Tru- put before an organizing 2 Polish Officials Held 
man said. “It's Rome Paris and conference of 89 nations which 
New York all rolled into one. wit) meet at the United Nations 
“Have you a candidate?” ®i, New York Sept. 20. 
reporter shouted. — Informed officials stress the 
“No, fo, no, no.” he said, 8 ¢,-: that the site selection must 
Stevenson stood beside him. 4. agreeable to the whole 
Motorcycle policemen WIth pouy But they left 
screaming sirens escorted MY. gone that Vienna was to 
Truman to the Blackstone, ine world’ s atomic capital. 
where he moved into Suite 508 Austria put forth its bid 
He had promised to hold &@ carly this year. It requested, 
news conference at 10:30 a M454 quickly gained, United 
As the time drew near for this, states support. It also gained 
it was apparent that his suite +), support of Russia. The 10 
would not contain the report other nations designated by 
ers who wanted to attend, OF the United Nations General As- 
even a quarter of them. It Wa5 sembly to help organize the 
arranged, therefore, for th€ International Atomic Energy 
news conference to he held in Agency also agreed on Vienna. 
the Blackstone ballroom These are: Australia, Belgium, 
Mr. Truman was applauded pra7i| Canada, Czechdslovakia, 
as he walked jauntily im 474 France India. Portugal, .the 
mounted a platform. He spoke Union of South Africa and the 
to many of the reporters, Te United Kingdom. 
membering them from iS Vienna, once the capital of 
White House days. the Austro-Hungarian Empire, 
“Il hope that when you 45K has usually been by passed 
ee EE Ra since Austria's defeat in World 


condit 


Reuters 
VIENNA, Aug. 89—Two mem- 
bers of the city national coun- 


arrested in a general purge of | 
the staff, Radio Warsaw said 
last night. Both were charged 
with accepting bribes. 


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SALISBURY, Md., Aug. 9 


Bai "sooner ne diced | vc gen [In Slaying of 
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Spring, died today of injuries! 
Suffered when he walked into) | ™ Ren | 
the path of a car at Ocean! F&F Oe ae i ie. as | 
. # lic Sz d. as bee ( ss . | " " “ ’ 4 . 
nee ore pager SO Gen. we. bic ee 2 oe, li pgp an hae a by CManhiatle =AKROW$ 
Lira | lice charged a 47-year-old res- - 
eral Hospital four hours after taurateur with murder yester- 


the accident Be day in the fatal shooting 
Ocean City police said Alf | ae ee ie oe Wednesday 05 
his ie Long Sleeve or Half Sleeve ' 


walked into the path of a car Ee teal | ‘night of 
operated by Cashur Benson of | P business part- 
Bishop, Md. Benson was not 
charged. The car carried its) Ba lAlfred Fischer 
victim seve al feet police said. | a ; listed at 5512 
Dr. Earl Royer, Wicomico; §7 or eee 2d st., Temple 
County medical examiner, said! | 3 i se — | Hills, ‘was or: 


Alf died of head injuries and) ; ee f° a. ee dered heldt@ 
shock ‘ ‘ ; pa, without bond@? 


; "Re ae - 2 : A at U r Marl- 

Woman Driver Hurt | + i, Pg ppe 
} oe eos boro jail pend Grove 
, : - ing a prelimi- 

A 64-year-old woman was : — , & 3 Marlboro Police Court. Police 
Emergency fips! yestrasy aa a res placed two additional charge 
after er sedan and a truck col- git ale " ih | ; . _— ~ wi ‘ » Fhe ager y EP amar ga x 
lided at Wisconsin ave. and 35th aii ee | , . . . : | The victim, Wilfred A. Grove. 

° P pe | ck ae 44, of 5912 28th ave., Hillcrest 
Jennie Conn, 0 in get eta | oo © gilda. Heights, died at 1:25 p. m. yes- 
a= 2 . terday at Casualty Hospital of 

chest wounds. 


st. nw. 
Police said . 
2938 Cathedral ave. nw.. driver 


of the car, who suffered head in- 
juries. would be charged with ae | Detective Sgt. Robert N. Cab- 
failure to give the right of way. a | ae Pe gr, een ee eS ~_ ral said the shooting occurred 
4 passenger, Camille Mayer, j 6: . ihe 2 : i. ~ § i 4 + oe Po after the two men. reportedly 
7, of 29001 Connecticut ave. nw.., dae Psa i, toe ‘ _. ae “good friends,” had an argu- 
Associatea Press ment in Half Shell Restaurant, 


was admitied to Emergency 
Hospital with possible fractures ‘3210 Branch ave., Silver Hill, 


. 
of the shoulder and back. H ] f i Q S Md., which they operate jointly. 
William L. Joiner, 38, of West eat une or f te pen ea At one point in the quarrel 
Columbia, S. C., the driver of Fischer left the restaurant, 
With the skyscrapers of lower Manhattan as a background, | eraft carrier, glided down the East River vesterday heading went home, and got a 32 caliber 


the truck, was charged with col- - ' 
liding, police said. the USS Saratoca. world’ s largest and most powerful air- for the open Atlantic Ocean on her shakedown cruise. automatic pistol, Cabral said. 
mated ——— —_——— Hie returned soon afterward 


Takoma Bride Hurt, and shot Grove as he came out 


Groom Dies in Crash 2 PY olicemen Oldest Driver il PD. Be 29th Division restaurant, according to Cabral 


BAY MINETEE., Ala., Aug. 9 ‘Cabral said, Fischer ordered 


a . 
(f—Th for m Reb M ~ eS s 
spices ioar tae tee Lurt In Melee 4, 8 2 Takes Back Seat Wins Praise Seip onal oe, 
Md., a bride of five days, was | After surrendering to police 
injured seriously and her hus- With5 ) y ouths Of General without a struggle, Fischer said 


band was killed in an automo- Henry C. Yates, 82. who? Grove, a 300-pounder, had been 


bile accident near here today. , “throwin him around,” ac- 
The two were married last Two. policemen were injured ™ace the printing plates for p ee INDIANTOWN GAP Pa.,' cording So Pvt. George’ Whit. How’ > your supply of lightweight 5 SUTIN 


Saturday at Ft. Belvoir. Va.. and a police car window was the Nations first stop signs, ‘ 2, Aug. 9 .——Maj. Gen. Henry low. Fischer also told Whitlow P oeade 
after the husband, Pvt. Jackson smashed in an Arlington teen- decided Tuesday he had better 4 ‘ : * C. Evans of Baltimore. Com- he had been drinking prior to shirts for office and dress weal if it needs 
P. Spiers, 18, of Picayune, Miss., age melee which wound up.with Stop driving himself. Fee wk mander of the 29th National the shooting. Investigators] replenishing, we suggest a visit to Raleigh, 
complete lis 6-month training stub, taveunity tilt Geltan tuineninin ated he retire 7€0 ogical Sur- hee. Seiad Galeton Cinieiae tue could give no additiona] motive : 
- ~ = % =e . vey lithographer turned in his a ae da sised the nit for its for the shooting. amans favorite store. for snirts by Arrow 
shwav Police said 2 20-year-old youth early yes- District driver's permit be- . a ‘ According to records of the , 
el 4 from his car terday. cause “when you get to be my) : me fine showing in two weeks of sixth Armored Division Asso- and Manhattan, a man’s favorite brands. 
’ te , ; ° : 
into a bridge! The fracas. watched by more 28 ‘it is time to close up any-) ‘4 summer training here. ciation, Grove served with the ‘ 
5. Route 31. than 60 milling teenagers, be ma he District’s old-| | ee “The thing that amazes me,” fontey Be oa Fan mong | - Choose from whites and soft Summery 
en route . hime in Ctdaies ates Was the inet 3s 6 h Gen. Evans said, “is that in '@%try Battalion during Wor! : C tte in 
cee Polen Pes. domet Wink a a iy re weeks these Guardamen Wat It and advanced through] 62 OF8 pe a Gees oT a tiie 
“ee ed ae ON tee . er can show such proficiency in SNAS tO HISt sergeant. re n naq-s 
Flower av Pabome Park West and William \. Allen at Vehicles and Traffic. He fig- the job.” ait, ’ was awarded the Combat In- batiste or s pdent CONONS. LONG-SeeveE 
tempted to quiet a carload of yres he has driven the dis- He attributed the success of fantrymans Badge, Purple models in several smart collar style S: half 


boys who reportedly were try- tance to the moon and half $ , ‘ pre = the Maryland and  ~Virginia Heart, Bronze Star and a Sil- : 
7 ee sleeve with regular collar or convertible 


Vf ] . H | ] ng to « rash a party at 13th and way back since he bought his te 7e28 troops to experienced officers ver Star. 
j (iii S PLU N. amare = Saloni first Model T touring car in’ @ , [ee and noncommissioned officers.| Grove’s citation which ac- , | 
Pg Bw slonious = = . R , ies | “There are enough old- companied the Silver Star read, collar that doubles handsome y with a tie 
, Gis aay =concuct an The District has no age lim- | Oe ae it | in part: 
: | » i GSS win us to tescn thei per for dress Or open as a-sport shirt. 


A fter Ine uest resisting arrest was Ric na 1 it for drivers, but requires vis-| hm ‘< d recruits the ropes.” Gen. “While serving as a platoon 
—_ geen Ft 20, of tols x ion and rules of the road tests @ te IF Evans said. ‘Each year that sergeant on Oct. 1, 1944, and 
ty . wate ea setae be + gmt after 65 ‘ - body grows and each year we while under heavy counter- 
i (l \ Lil (? mond _ ee 2 Bige 5 alles: nc. traffic safety officer An- ‘> get a — better.” battery artillery and mortar’ RAL HABER nA r 
. o ) ite ac. .a3. nony L. Ellison lauded Yates’ - Elements of the Division fire, he reorganized his squad 
il gamdniestin -Seanw ‘gtitllemte roe S a with disorderly voluntary giving up of his right , , a depart fee southern parts of under this fire so as to be able 
one! ury yé Y conduc to drive. “I w Virginia Friday, while the 
found Harris M. Woollen, 52,, West said he and Allen ar- on a | Be Rigg m8 Staff Photo rest of the Division leaves Sat- communications lines were di: DOWNTOWN: 1310 F Street weet re 
sponsib iv ene sm aes OPeRhee. " , . : , 
responsible in the death of a rived on the scene in response safety.” Ellison said. Henry C. Yates, 82, tears up “rday rupted he calmly and witlr CHEVY CHASE: Wisconsin near Western Avenue 


sigh pd wphab Mary Brace rin rm gommnrt y ag bee Until. a month ago Yates, his driver's license after de- Tl on — Be sh. —_ excellent judgment supervised si dinaitiities 
: wren who lives at 733 Taylor st. nw.,.| ciding to quit. A driver since |the Division has not received 3g cecamvatne athaek ans Call RE. 71-1234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash 


for action by the grand jury. parked on the wrong side o 
Woollen had been held in ine street. When police asked ware Ea ype a accident or 1920, he got his first ticket in an unsatisfactory report. In ership and unwavering loyalty 
$10,000 bail on a charge Of the five occupants of the car ;\.,, ’ % June this year. He lives at fact, Evans said, this year ~ in the face of enemy fire » ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 
homicide. to get out, one of the juveniles — 733 Taylor st. nw. Division received 1842 su : gt 

Hart. a former Bureau of En- began using profane language, “The only thing I ever hit > rior reports from the 2d Army yoo ae ae. ¢ : . ° ¥ 
groiving mach ni&t. was found West said was a squirrel and he ran into compared to 405 superior. re- 


early Tuesday unconscious) When West told the boys tome,” Yates recalled. Last full time and attention to Ports /4st year. ’ 
’ Meanwhile, the various 


against a tree in front of 154, quiet down, Seracino inter-month Yates brushed fenders driving. ' 

1ith st. se. Me died at District vened and a scuffle ‘began: be- with another auto and was| “With my record broken, — peaeeed ee ae for . h M 

General Hospital without re- tween the five youths and the charged with failing to give decided to quit,” he said. de oa Viewiann eat Sheet on f e ower 
sining conse . two policemen. i ie 7 

gaining consciousness. An au » pore land. The Maryland wnits end- 


topsy showed that death was' The right front window , 

oe by head injuries. the police cruiser was wert jed > tahoe today © hen the 
Police Pvt. Joseph W. Proulx by a rock during the fight 27 on — negiment, Dente 
| fanny ih) to Par more, returned from bivouac 


testified at the inquest that West was hit in the mee bo . ; 
Woolien, a painter, told him he suffered cuts on h ft | jwhere they were conducting 


had ‘an argument with Hart Allen suffered body bruises field exercises 

shortly before Hart was found. When the fight began, teen- Si D. $e Al [ | ; 

Charles R. Donohue. of 150 agers came out of a priv ~ treiis in er - : 
23 Are Sentenced 


lith st Hin testified that he home where the party was . 
P TETERM ARITIZBURG. 
South Africa, Aug. 9—Twenty- 


heard Hart offer Woollen a ing held and gathered to Aaebe 
drink elroy night in Wool-/ West said. The party was su About 19 per cent of 1983 dio test frequency, more than 
len’s apartment at 152 lith st. pervised by adults and was be- persons returning Civil De- 80 per cent of listeners clearly three of 26 Africans charged 
se. After Hart left, Donohue ing given in honor of a youth fense questionnaires said they understood the messages. About with the murder of five police- 
he heard Woollen tell a who is rian into the Air Force, faijed to hear the mock air raid 10 per cent were unable to tune men during a raid on an e 
friend in the apartment, Potce 5 warnings on July 20 when Op- in one or the oth f the two African tribal area Feb. 2 were 
Seracino appeared in Arling- ~~”, y P- , er of the two a e 
fart - “ — his cane. aa” Cine "Fremart veaterday eration Alert 1956 began. frequencies. sentenced to death today. The 
gave him the one-two. gS pg Engler ore f lhe questionnaires were pub- 4 Civil Defense spokesman a the =r gg district : 
8 io, shed in Washington newspa- said a study would be made ® ‘¥4*#!, sought to wipe out : 
Driver Held’ for Jury reg Rw 3 Pe aly Soear ia pers at the tiie of the to see if certain areas were out Stocks of dagga, a locally cul- of Executive Cars 
In Death of Woman Juvenile Court Aug. 21. a (range 8 of effective range of the warn- Crete mayne. ) & Demonstrators 
ohn E. Fondahl, District ing sirens. _ — ALL CARS USED 1000 MILES OR OVER 


Civil Defense Director, said Some 525 questionnaires 


4 truck driver was ordered - ‘ 59 51 t of th t d 
held for action of the Munici- % | | “ fe , eel per Cen © returned from D.C. papers were re- 
pal Court under the negligent| SCMOOL DALely blanks | indicated the sirens turned from Maryland and an- UP 
homicide act by a coroner's ~ \were heard clearly. Another 21 other 506 from Virginia. These 10 $ 


, t of residents heard the 
jury yesterdas P fs | , per cen were sent to state Civil Defense - 
Charles E. Thornton. 41. a ati o1ers to _ \warning faintly. About 19 per offices for study. No break- HOT SHOPPES 


messenger listed at 76 New cent did not hear the signal down of the figures was avail. 


York ave. nw had been! , | (- at all 4 able yesterday. 
charged with failing to yield Attenc amp Concerning the Conelrad ra- Rega SS Syn a ‘ Stecial 


right of way after the truck he —— —_— , 

was driving fatally injured A total of 820 school safety See Historie Family Dinner 

Trene Greenwood, 65, on Aug. patrol officers from Virginia Gus. . . ‘es ~n 

2 at ist and C st. se and Maryland will attend five Fatal Shooting of Girl HARPERS FERRY Choice of Appetizer 
Outstanding Values 


Miss Greenwond of 104 Car- Safety Patrol Otticer Traine By Boy Held Accident | "safe Kage cov" [J {BAKED ™ 
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roll st. se.. died at Casualty Canfps between Aug. 13 and 
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The camps will be spon wm rhe death of a syvearold] AML Chick 
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Ki slinver Exhibit Columbia Division of the | a Finch Was ruled acci- 
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6-vear-old Dewey Ritchey, who 


Of Maps to Open [#2r2°4siy *yi,c2un Police. ved » ride bullet that killed] es $1.85 Pimiento. Butter 


his young friend, was too young. 


instructed safety lessons de Homemade Potato Salad 
The Kiplincer exhibit of his-- George R. Rammond, man- ' have any criminal intent. Children dinner $1.00 Garden Green Peas 


he Kipling , vere +h girl was w 

toric Was! ington maps and pic- ager of Traffic Safety for Od rae a bre Apt mpe > Hill Top House Hot Roll with Runes 
tures opens at 10 a.m. today in AAA said the mumber. of tataiy : y = 
; Rad 7 , “ols the Washine- shot pierced her chest. She Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Diemer Dessert 

the Editors Building, 1729 H safety pat: mun asning meRCURY MONTEREY aoe se. 

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si Bane of _ ned for W ashington — ong! the trigger of a rifle that Harry Includes station wagon tour te Fudge Layer Cake , pines Ay A wo sdewei 
woodcuts and photos. patrol squads a progr . n o Finch father of the dead girl,i Caverns or Historic battle Eiberta Peach Pie seecous peamieee wu. f 
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4 Friday, August 10, 1956 


Around the World 


Japan Sets Appeal to Soviet Chief 


MOSCOW, Aug. 9 (‘*—Jap-to be executed legally since 
anese Foreign Minister Mamoru the rebellion started. T he 
Shigemitsu asked today for an rebels have threatened heavy 
interview with Soviet Premier reprisals for such executions 
many of which have been de- 
layed for political reasons 
nist Party First French reesidents have exert 
Secretary Ni- ed heavy pressure to have them 
: as carried out 
kita Karush- [Rebels meantime killed five 
chev in a@ final French soldiers and wounded 
effort to break 12 in a hard-fought battle near 
the deadlock in Tabiat, Reuters reported. The 
Soviet -Japa- battle began with the ambush 
nese peace of a Frenen convoy and 13 
treaty negoia- ‘French soldiers were killed in 
tons s the same area last night. A 

The Japa- Shigemitsu Mosiem village near Conde 
nese delegation Smendou, in western Algeria. 
announced that Shigemitsu re was reported raided by rebels 
quested the appointment dur- during the night, and an un- 
ing a 30-minute private confer- disclosed number of Moslem 


Nikolai Bulgan 
in or Commt- 


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Venezuela Charges Plot -Magazine Tax Passed Sen. John T. Haig! opposition 


CARACAS, Venezuela, Aug OTTAWA, Aug. 9 #—Can- a oie cai ane teen iil 
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ment announced tonight it hed ment action today on a bill to the country.” The government’ . 
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were arrested including loca! will be on the gross advertising aS ee SS 


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killed a rebel leader called Woman Tortur ed 


: in an ambush last Tuesday eee 
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ice reported 

Japanese sources said the 
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and Shepilov lay in an appeal 
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viet government 

Shepilov has stated repeated- 
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Korean Election Returns 


SEOUL, Aug. 9 (#®—Early 
results of yesterday's local elec- 
tions in South Korea showed 
an overwhelming victory for j 
the members of the ruling 
Libera] Party led by President 
Syngman Rhee 

About one-third of the re- 

“turns available here showed 
6486 Liberals elected mayors of 
cities and loys and members 
of the opposition Democratic 
Party were returned |Few 

mocratic Party members 

ntesting the elections.| 

ting for councilors of the 

capital city and nine provinces 
will be he id Mc ynday 


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Protest in South Africa ' 

PRI _~— [A. South Africa,’ ? 
Aug 4 Twenty thousand 
African women. some in the 
tribal dress and others in 
European clothes, converged 
on government headquarters 
here today to protest regula- 
r-tions requiring them to carry 

identity. books 

For baif-an hour the stood 
silently ' the 
frican 


A 
Nationalist Movement. Special 
Branch (political) detectives 
“kept watch but the demonstra-; 
tion passeefl without inciden 
The women came from ali 
parts of South Africa. 

Only African men previously 
carried passes. Under the new 
Population Registration Act 
everyone, African and ‘white, 
men and women, must now 
carry identity books. 


Algeria Rebel Executed 


ALGIERS Aug. 9 W—Mo- 
hammed Ben Mohammed Tif- 
frouine, a nationalist convicted 
of killing a French gendarme 
on one of Algiers’ main streets. 
was guiliotined at dawn today 
in the courtyard of the local 
prison 

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she 3.64 LEDERPLEX, Lederle Capsules on | 

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ing yellow and white. Enjoy the large 
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Pork & Beans CHEESE Bs oa 4 pen lcs i bread, crusts 


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‘begun exploiting the situation.'the inauguration of the new 


= WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER case } Riots Over State Lines In New Delhi today the Low- state from October to Novem- 


n,. 1956 
_Pridey, ‘Aageage NO-99 er House of Parliament ap- ber, Reuters reported.) 
proved —241 to 40—the goverl| The Ahmedabad police ar- 


| Spr ead 1 mn India;: 12 Dead. ‘faa state sa.amnate (he Nie, rested 50 persons, including six 


Iso decided to postpone, Sicmnanida 


mp - ere ee ——te 


GI-German Rape 
Trial Delayed 


BOMBAY, India, Aug. 9 # lipped os the mobs and 
‘Wild street clashes, lice used to roads. | 
WUERZBURG, Germany, Vevegn: Banged Bema wrecking Official reports said five dem. 
Aug. 9 WA United States’ @ caarge P onstrators were killed and 24 
court tial ded th . : and looting were reported from injured since rioting resumed 
rorige —. y AB macigepy: Dose > the strike-paralyzed city of today. 
rape trial of seven American) & Ahmedabad today in the latest, A 24-hour curfew was 
soldiers for 24 hours today be- surge of violence over govern-‘clamped on the city but police 
cause the l5-year-old German ment plans for state border re- were still battling tonight to 
girl involved was ofdered to visions. restore order as arsonists 


hed uader 4 doctor's care Disturbances and streetroamed the streets. Troops 
' fights occurred also in Bombay 
and other Marathi and Gujer- 
ati-speaking areas 

At least 12 people have béen 


, U. S. Army doctor exam 
ined the girl named Erika. Her 
full name was withheld He 
confirmed the certificate of ill 
ness issued by a German doc 
tor 

The girls uncle said she was 
tired and nervous after testify- 
ing most of Wednesday. about 
her alleged rape on July 9 

The seven soldiers, all mem 
hers of the .J0th Division, face 
possible death s@ntences if con 
victed Erika told the court 


she was raved at lenat hve) 


times” by the Americans She 


were posted at stfeet gorners in 
Ahmedabad to enforce the cur- 


police 


few. 


In Bombay, used 


‘killed and 200 injured in two batons to break up demonstra- 


days of rioting in Ahmedabad 
over proposals to link the 
Marathi and Gujerati-speaking 
areas in one bilingual state, to 
be called Bombay State. 
Police reportedly opened fire 
on demonstrators burning gov- 
ernment offices and attacking 
police stations this morning. 
Tear gas was used to disperse 
some groups. Bus shelters were 


tions by restive Gujeratis in 


the eloth market. 

Rioting also spread to the 
Guijeratijanguage state of Saw 
rashtra in the Kathiawar Pen- 
insula. 

A communique issued at Ah- 
medabad said the strike there 
went “out. of the control of 
students” yesterday afternoon, 
implying leftist parties had 


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SAVE TROUSGLE! Instant! No 
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SAVE SPACE! Needs no refriger- 
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could identify only two of the 


Gefendants MADE WITH A TOUCH OF 


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Associated Press 


. Wish-Bone gives MAGIC 

Peron Leaves Panama—But Not Alone BLANGR to veo dabei 
Shéwn leaving Panama airport for Vene- same plane wad’ Maria Estela Martinez, Made trom pure oil, vine- 
zuela is Juan D. Peron, former dictator of left, 26-year-old A an blonde ru- | gor, rare seasonings, and 


| Argentina, accompanied bya an aide. On the | mored to be Peron’s current favorite. just theright touch of garlic! 


Try Wish-Bone for morinat- Fetes oil 
ing steaks and for delicious * SAVE 0 armioads 0 


Argentina Ends Purge a OF ene cone 


“44 NE ) * '  -@ DELICIOUS FLAVORS! 
, | , Make sodas, sundaes, snowballs, other 
KA T . 
Of 92.000 Union Aides | NSAS City 
RUENOS ATRES Aug. 9 @ zure, Provisional President Pe WWISH- BONE | 


famuly-favorite fountain treats. 
Argentinas revolutionary ey aro Aramburw has said union: 
ernment has decreed that 92~ -iectiong will be held before ITALIAN 
DRESSING 


000 Peronera labor leaders to pick new officials 
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Reguier 9% valwa Send 4 fr A Orink labels 


may once again hold union Sept 3 
to: SUCKER WOLD, Box 2547, Salumere 15, 4 


jobs of the giant labor organization, 
» They had heen barred from Argentina’s only nationwide 
union posts two months after, Union body. 
President Peron'’s overthrow 
last year. The anti-Peron re-, 
gime feared the labor leaders 
would launch a campaign of 
sabotage and trouble by the’ 
workers, the backbone of Pe- 
rons civilian support 

The government said last 
night it intended from the Grst 
that the ban against the 92,000 
should be transitory except for 
those actively dedicated to the 
strengthening of the dictator- 
ship. The decree said each of 
the 92.000 cases was screened. 

The 92,000 now can run fors 
union posts’ when the General 
Confederation of Labor (CGT) 


HAWAIIAN is freed from government sei- 
PUNCH. Mossadegh Asks 


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when new HUDSON Z PLY 


Keeps your food fresh and 
your drinks refreshingly 
cool! This $2.29 value 
yours for just $1.00 plus 
two Dulany Potato Salad 
labels, Mail to: 

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Try Duleny's 
real Géerman- | 
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Salad i MEO aan TEHRAN. Aug 8 (—E 
“ efter reporting that “enemies 
are trying to exterminate me.” 
ThesMilitary Governor im- 
mediai@ly sent an extra com- 
pany Of troops to the home of 
Mossadegh $ son, where the one 
tume Premier is staying 
Mossadezh. once one of the 
most powerful figures in the 
Middle East, was released from§ 
jail last Saturday after serving 
a three-year sentence for crimes 
against the state. He was con 
victed of treason against the 
Shah after he bankrupt his 
country by nationalizing Brit 
ish oil 
Yesterday a busload of people 
drove up to the house where 
_ frai i] old man is staying and 
ited jown with Mossa- 
dezh the traitor.” 


Two-ply means two 
layers, and Hudson 
2-ply Toilet Tissue 
is two layers of the 
finest facial tissue. 
That means you get 
double softness and 
absorbency and a 
double strength 
unequalled by 
ordinary tissue! 


Russian Will Confer 


With Showman Todd 


MOSCOW. Aug. 8 (®?—Vladi 
mir Surin, Soviet Deputy Min 
ister of Culture. left by plane 
today for the United States. He 7 
plans to confer with showman 
Mike Todd on joint production 
of movies by a Todd wide 
screen process the Russians 
hope to acquire. 


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Federal Super Markets 
Food Fair Super Markets 
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IGA Steres 


Delicate pink, pretty pale blue, dainty 
yellow, cool, cool green—and, of course, 
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all out—and ran off sheet after sheet 
until we had a THOUSAND sheets 
in every roll! (Humdreds more than 
most other brands!) 

So get your supply of this exquisitely 
soft two-ply tissue right away! You'll 
never go back to wispy single-ply again! 


We knew you liked the soft, downy feel 
of fine facial tissue, so we made two 


layers of the softest, most luxurious 
facial tissue of all and wound it oma roll 
to give you the finest TOILET tissue 
money can buy! 

Then we went in for color, stopping 
only to catch our breaths at the lovely 
decorator shades this unusually fine- 


textured tissue permitted us to create! 


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Amazing introductory Bargain Offer 
gives you a Déuble Saving on 
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Read Millicent Benner’s 
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modern marriage trend 
and sce six of Washing- 
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Section of — : 


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and Times Herald 
phone REpublic 7-1234 


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Glim cuts grease faster than deter- 
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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
* Friday, August 10, 1956 figs 


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Here they are! All your favorite grapes ... radiant 
with freshness; in full, tight clusters, sweet and 
satisfying. They're selected in the vineyards by our 
own expert buyers, then they're rushed cool and 
clean to Safeway, direct. And something else 
important: we handle grapes by the stems only. 
That minimizes bruising, keeps the clusters intact. 
Take home a variety to your family today! 


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Cauliflower ...._2 245° 4 
Vegetables 2° 5x G9 ows immer Save On These 
Peas & Carrots’: -6%=°1 | | ° 7 Dee 
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Lemonade .... 449° |. ‘ 
Lemonade .... 2: <4 Sweet Peas 


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Limeade 2 ‘cans 27 . ( | Gordenside 
\ “A : Cut—2 cans 23¢ 
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FISH Sticks <=: 3x8 V 
pkg. 35¢ ....... php. . o\\ 

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les Turkey or Chicken... “i oie 


Beef Steaks .... J. \<— 4} Pork & Beans 


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Soap Powder Liquid Detergent Staley’s Royal Satin Del Monte Whole Wheat areal Sticed..... ue 1% 


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Friday, Aungua 10, 1956 ll 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD» vague, and purposely so at thisit incls of some sort of inter-)states, nationalization of West-/East supplies be 
12 Friday, August 10, 1956 ‘time. Among other things, a ‘ poe gs ge ccagaana lern-owned oll properties, inter- would probably 
| there has been talk.of some sort; If hé does there prob-| vention by the Soviet Union on in the Western 
of new agency whose profits | abl bee East war the Arabs’ side and military ac- immediate 
alr e ron Li ¢ ML would go to Egypt after pro-\0r such is the Administra- tion by the United States. perts beli 
vision was made for mainte- tion's present glo view. Preliminary plans, at least, States proba 
nance o eppensiog, of the If war come, the pos- have been made to step up pro- supply fore 
FO L ; STORES Suez Cana pey- are almost éndless: A duction of oil: from United Western European 
The - however, is now sh-Frerneh attack on Egypt, States, Canadian and Venezue-,now obtain much 
; > considered to ‘he sim wheth- an Arab attack on Istael, sabo- lan. fields to fill the gap for from autos area 
= N ew: ’ And So, So Delicious! ya P y eC. /er Nasser will agree ba. ab tage of oil pipe lines in Arab Western Europe should Middle Middle East. 
caked ish Prime Minister Anthony President, Dulles and the lead- 
Eden on Wednesday termed ers to know in advance what 
“an interntaional body or “an Nasser has to say at his sched- 
CHOCOLATE MILK international system’ then, in ted Sunday press conference 
ae f, the eurrent Administration “°¢ ©¥NGSY P ; 
_ fi,! 4 M Made with pure, whole milk view. Britain and France prob in Cairo, Nasser has promised 
fads} ’ ably will take military acticn to give his answer then to the 
os e)  Blavored with Kraft chocolate . “Hot , 7 
| Ma ; , against Egypt. British -French-Ameriean con-| 
“ The Fountain Drink you serve at The United States has re- ference call. | 
fused to make 4 sopra = Dulles himself will jeave on 
Sed ae Shas ania no COM: Tuesday for the British capital 
bined war plans with Britain for talks in advance of the Lon- 
and France. The hope here is don conference ; 
that. if worse comes to worst, ._ The Secretary will fly to New 
the United States can avoid York today for a luncheon 
military participation and by so Meeting with the | nited Na 
doing restrain the Soviet Union|tions Secretary General Dag 
4 Hammarskjold. They will dis-> 


trom JOTERS win Egypt against cuss the Middle East situation, 
Britain and France. Soviet 
, including Hammarskjold’s re- 
military action would open the cant wiahe ia Sidalew ead te 
possibility of a world war the Arab and Israeli capitals 
A special congressional ses There was no reasén to be- 
sion presumably would be used lieve, however, that the Dulles 
to demonstrate American unity trip foreshadowed a United Na- 
in an election year and to show tions move by the Western 
a determination to take mill- nowers, although both Cairo 
tary action, if judged necessary. nq Moscow have talked of a 
Such a session could, of course, ). VN. move F 
have unpredictable effects of Yesterday. Dulles met with 
the presidential election President Eisenhower on the 
The State Department yester- Suez issue for about 10 min- 
day announced the Sunday con- utes before they joined a Na-) 
ference between Dulles and tional Security Council mect-| 
about a dozen top Republican ing, presumably largely de-' 
and Democratic congressional voted to the problem. | 
leaders. The announcement, At the U. N., the Interna- 
which made no reference to ational News Service reported, 
possible special session of the there were hints from Arab- 
84th Congress, said: Asian sources that Egyptian 
“Bipartisan leaders of both|Foreign Minister Mahmoud 
House and Senate have been Fawzi might fly to New York 
invited to meet with the Secre- Sunday to demand an urgent 
tary of State on Sunday after- Security Council meeting, pre- 
noon. Aug. 12. at 3 o'clock. The sumably to charge Britain and. 
purpose of the meeting is to France with a threat to the 


brief the leaders on the latest P©ace along the lines urged by 


me 


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CHINESE DINNERS 
. the Russians yesterday in their 
RIVAL ‘ > developments and plans for th acceptance to the London con- 
3 —== London meeting on the Suez ¢. 8. call 
DOG Bt | Canal.” | > 
f Acceptances Received 
FOOD White House Announcement wa my : te 
5 ‘he Sunday meeting here o 
303 .CAN Then, some six hours later, .ongressional leaders was 
rx 16 oz. is 29C the White House issued this an- called after several days of try.| 
CANS 20° nouncement: ing to round them up after ad- 
“The President has invited journment of Congress. 
NABISCO ». 3 ) : the bipartisan leadership of a: jeast two leaders, House | a 
RITZ CRACKERS 7 ‘ Box SUNSHINE 6°% oe ? Sen 37 Congress to a meeting on the Speaker Sam Rayburn (D-Tex.) e ” " 
CHOC. FUDGE SANDWICH ib  36c CHEESE IT J®. pho ° c Suez Canal situation at the ang Senate Majority Leader , ijl # 
ya loe White House at noon Sunday. | yndon Johnson (D-Tex.), will . 
> STARKIST | MT MEAT too 30c DREFT mo 32¢ Secretary of State Dulles, Vic€ gome here from Chicago. where ; 
—— oe oa teed MONTE SLICED No. 2% Presiden} Nixon and Adm. A™the Democratic National Con- DON : BUY JUST ANY MARGARINE— 
DEL MONTE PINBAPPLE 46 on. 9Bg peace Con 866 =| thur Radford will also be there. vention opens Monday. 
pout INEAPPLE a r MORTON SALT a, Cin 236 “This is the briefing session Other acceptances came 
* ; * 296 miniatures of 6 for the congressional leaders Senate Minority Leader — 
aay , as scheduled earlier today to be lian F. Knowland (R-Calif) ET FR W 
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Committees of beth Houses.” ence should fail and conditions! AP pun needs for stepped-up summer activities. 


The earlier meeting had worsen. 
net ineluded members of the 
APied Pirces Committees. Proposals Remain Vague 

To further underscore the’ Details of what the West 
urgency of the situation, it was may propose at London remain 
announced that the President 
would not go to Gettysburg this 
weekend. 


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General Strike i7C—C—i‘its oe Benen Se 


NICOSIA, Aug. 9 @&—Greek- the $83 million Royal Air Force 
Cypriots seass a general strike base at Akrotiri and a $28 mil- 
today in island-wide protest)... joint headquarters for! 


against he hanging of three of 
their C Peer! ry men by the Brit-/Britain’s Middle East land, sea 


ish. Two bombs exploded in the and air forces. The air force) 
garden ‘of a Nicosia elub run base employs 2200 Greek-Cyp-| 
for British soldiers, but thef@'riot construction workers and 
were no casualties, lthe headquarters project 1600. 
The three yotiths died on the The strike caused suspension 
gallows us Nicosia prison short-gf the island’s seven Greek 
ly after:? a. mm. for slay a newsr apers and: two English- ‘ 
Turkish Policeman and a “language papers. Two Turkish} 
ish soldier, ipapers continued publication. ee 


pa Sk owes ater embittered erent were deserted ani no. 

e ypr who make Up giajor incidents were reported 

fourfifths of the island's 500, although the British took heavy ee | , 
000 population began the strike precautions against demonstra- Miss Drossoula Demetriadou, — aN | 

and qttickly’ halted nearly all tions whose fiance, Edward Mom- FOOD BAI 

activity: Only the island’s 100,-- (in Athens today, police broke palada, was slain by Cypriot 


000 Turks appeared to be going up a demonstration of students terrorists, was flown to Eng- 


abodt teir normal business. who carried a black-bordered Gee 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD ! Te Japan Uncovers (50th Wedding Party 
st cn lle» Toe ry a. Dynamite Plot — Will Be Held Sunday 


TOKYO, Aug. 9 (INS)—Jap-| A reception marking the 50th 
anese National Police an-wedding anniversary of Mr. 


. | | 
Russia Agrees to Attend Suez Parley | Zag seis eS “a tet Sir oe 
SUEZ—From Page I ‘Ceylon in agreeing to come to!for an international authority,tary aid in the Suez case be- . & assy here. m™ Sunday night in + Peary F-4 , CONCENTRATED 

the conference. Like them, she to contro! the canal. cause it might provoke Rus’ | | Police said the men had Tind net’ nw. The reception is: For Home Use 

July 26 set off the crisis that underscored her understanding) Talk of force in the dispute sian intervention. | "ty three sticks of dynamite in hey , held by the famil ) - 

provoked a display of French that the conference would: not,was somewhat muted in Paris; The informant said, however,| , their possession when they ng he y dt 

and British military muscle. (be restricted to discussing the and London in the. wake of t! . two countries very much were taken into custody on 
All 


Indonesia joined India and British-French-American plan Prime Minister Sir Anthony|wanted Unjted States moral)j wig Hokkaido, Japan's northern- FENCES ,. 


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‘Eden's declaration in a radio and «. aomic support. , 
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to fight He aid however, Canal Co., said in Paris that if 2 't Force, an ultra-rightist Weed, Chain Link = Sapemnere ] 
iitcors toaahuinaea seizure o¥ Bt ay would be justified, | ’ group. Police said they con- aphent  Drivewars | [S aie See : 
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| a confidential message from with force is a very different 
Prime Minister Jawaharlal thing,” he said. international News 


Nehru of<India, appealing to) In its note, the Soviet gov- 
him to call off the British-ernment took the stand that ™ Gen. Sir Hugh Stockwell, 
: recalled from Germany for | 


French show of force. Eden Egypt's seizure of the Suez 
was said to have replied that Canal was “perfectly lawful talks on the Suez crisis, is | 


‘Britain has no intention of at- and justified”; — rumored to be the British . l : 
It expressed belief that na- choice to: command forces | Cweet. And fresh IN) flavor as 
' , 


jtacking Egypt, but is deter. 
mined to keep the canal open tionalization would not affect po. mobilizing in the Med. 
new § ; ee ey British War Office, however, al conference is capable of set- 
| Y + a announced postponement for at tling the future of Suez, the 
5 a ' — ws: i % : 
tart n tangy % > ae = ilift of the Headquarters Bri- the Panama Canal and other 
ee Ai tok gcede of the 3d Infantry Divi-important sea passages and S 
: - ision to the Mediterranean. Six straits. Volunteers ek ie 
of carrying 100 men, and about admissable” the military pre- 
200 smaller planes were to have paredness measures of Britain) Into Id Army 


to world shipping. normal navigation. It hinted iterranean. I 
For unexplained reasons, the broadly that if an internation- _ er ee EO OIE Se A Sweet, tresn cream) tC made from 
least 24 hours of a massive air- same principle could apply to Nasser \V elds 
ye ha ae | 
sensation ve en = |Britannia aircraft, each capaole, It denounced as “utterly in-| 
started the first wave at dawniand France. 


Friday. There was no indica- “How can these actions be 
: tion whether four troopships, reconciled with the commit-; From News Dispatches 
Sold at all Giant Food Stores ‘due to leave in the next few\ments of the members of the} CAIRO, Aug. 9 — President! 
nd other leading food and store days, also were affected. |United Nations to refrain from| 
: 9 - package . | [Reuters reported, however,'the threat of use of force 2 tecont Abdel etme 4 one 
Bottled by Cott Bottling Cd. of Washington that the troopship Dilwara will their - international relations\@¢cTeed the formation of a 
4835 Rhode islend Avenue, Hyetteville, Md APoleten 7.3168 lleave Southampton Friday, andiand to resolve international! “National Liberation Army” in 
- — mee _ that two other troopships arejdisputes by peaceful means?” apparent preparation for gueril- 
ato waco _- ae re "er =o ‘ sins la war, should Anglo-French The sweetest ee te poured 
t was also authoritatively t added that these military) . ' 
learned that 27 merchant ships|steps would be “given a fitting forces occupy the Canal Zone. ag ch aly ar pS gee rned into 
hive been requisitioned tolrebuff” by Egypt and other) The new army welds to- ee ee cag abe 20g 
icarry arms and equipment. ipeoples who are “fighting for|gether Egypt's volunteer forces Lond O Lakes Butter, No wonder 
| {It was believed the airliftitheir sovereignty and national/_the 50,000-man National! Land O'Lakes Butter tostes and 
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ya, where Britain maintains aj Criti¢izing the participation ’ pic egion, an@| from creom thot’s sunrise-fresh/ 
|base, and that the movementiof the United States in the|WO™Men soldiers. An estimated | 
\was delayed because of Libyanitalks that led to the calling of million men between the ages 
‘objections. In Istanbul today, the London conference, Mos- of 18 and 50 were expected to, 
Libyan Premier Mustapha benicow said the United States was): un; 
‘Halim, who is visiting Turkey |not a member of the 1888 Con | VOLunteer. 
Training began immediately | 


with King Idris of Libya, was|yention that established al 
quoted by Reuters as saying!|principle of free navigation of/°" Playing fields and school 
grounds throughout Egypt, de- 


ithat the United States-British Suez. ma ogy 
refusal to aid Egypt's Aswan « ” | spi e heat up to egrees. 
est’ Biased Approach | Maj. Kamal el-Din Hussein, 


. 
Dam project was “the West's | | 
im” ‘biggest mistake.”) | Declaring the list of coun- ook tow cnn ome giwre & 
= ‘- tion and a m r of Nasser’s 
NATO Affected’ ‘tries invited “revealed a biased) riginal Revolutionary Council. 
| A widely printed report said approach” designed to assure)...< named to command the 
‘the 15,000-ma.. 2d Infantry Di- that the conference would ap-|new army. 
pe y P “ee Britain Prove plans drawn in advance| Radio Cairo, 
vision—one of the four Britain \Nasser’s decree, compared the) 


+ 
Kop rim keep?d in West Germany—may for me oe yg aa new army with the commando. 
be withdrawn to ‘join strategic(" Proposed that these other/ynits that harassed the Brit-| 
lish Army im the Canal Zone! 


reserves in Britain during the/©°UNtries be invited: 
crisis. Later, Allied diplomats) Australia, Albania, Burma,/4fter Egypt abrogated the 1936 
sai d Britain had advised her) Bulgaria, Anglo-Egyptian treaty in 1951. 


Hungary, East Ger- 
NATO allies that only some|many. Renae Jordan. Iraq,| | Hussein is reputed to have led " 
personnel and small units were|Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Po.|'#!45 a8ainst the British. | 
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or denial from the British War gy China. ie cir deploved ees Sarees. 
‘Office of either report, and|. Other developments of the Some observers saw the cre- 
NATO officials in Paris would gay included: jation of the volunteer army . i z 
largely as a morale booster. mencas inect 
Weeeeh, sellers sources in MADRID —Four Arab coun-\Nasser hrs thus far refused to nee 
Paris said French and British tries — Lebanon, Saudi Arabia,/declare a general mobilization. Lightly Salted led 
lmilitary and naval Jeaders had Iraq and Syria — were report-| | Radio Cairo later announced ightly ted or Unsalt ‘ 
ealled:-to @ top-level con + to have asked Spanish For-\that Nasser would make a na- 
been ol Fridet ister Alberto Martinitionwide radio broadcast next 
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\want direct United States mili-on a tour of Arab capitals, to) 
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Red Chinese Ease Up 


Friday, August 10. 1956 


On U.S. Churehmen. 


HONGKONG, Aug. 9 
The Catholic Mission Bulletin 
today reported that the Chi- 
nese Communists have trans- 
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aries from Shanghai prison 
cells toe a guarded private 
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Alexander Houle, Glendale, 
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China’s Ex-Emperor Admits ‘Sins’ 


By David Chipp 


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FUSHUN, China, Aug. 9—Pu 
Yi. the last of the Manchu em- 
perors who 50 years ago ruled 
all China, today is in prison 
here studying 
Marxism 

“The Son of 
Heaven” as an 
infant ruled 
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on Throne in 
Peiping’s For- 
bidden City. 
Now he is held 
only a few 
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place where . 
his ancestors Pu Yi 
300 years ago launched their 
attack to conquer China proper. 

When I visited him today it 
was the first time Pu Yi—who 
once learned cricket and was 
given the name Henry by his 
English tutors—had spoken to 
an Englishman for more than 
20 years. He had not been in- 
terviewed since being pro- 
claimed Puppet Emperor of 
Manchuria under Japanese pro- 
tection in 1934 

He shares a room with 14 


well treated. He is 50, but looks 
more like 40, and appears 
healthy and well fed 

Pu Yi said his past behavior 
had been that of “the devil” 
and only now was he living like 
a human being . 

In a courtyard under high 
prison walls topped with elec- 
tric wiring, about 40 elderly 
political prisoners played 
games with the studied deter- 
mination of those who have 
eternity to spare. They are not 
required to work 

Among them were Pu Yi's 
brother, Pu Chen, and other 
former ministers a military 
the Manchurian 
puppet regime under Japan. 

He started speaking slowly 
but gained confidence, especial- 
ly when confessing his “sins,” 
as he told for the first time the 
story of his disappearance 11 
years ago 

This is his story: 

On Aug. 18, 1945, he was at 


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senior Japanese officers. They 
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were stopped by a Russian lieu- 
tenant general, who sent them 
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in Manchuria 

Pu Yi said: “T had not dared 
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served them for 14 years and 
knew too much about their rec- 
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dhe next day he was flown 
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Refugee Exit 


Amoctate¢ Press 
Gow. J. Bracken Lee of Utah for Gevernor in the Sept. 11 


water asked the Supreme Primary. 
on yr mas ig S for- Enforcement of Pederal tax 
Court te ~ }#s within Utah. Lee said. “is 
eign aid program Unconsit causing not merely a violation 
of the Federal rights of Utah 
-—— \iizens” 

United States citizen bat also 
is causing a definite pecuniary 
loss and financial damage to 

the state ieelf 
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permission to file an original 
compiaint. That is one in which 
Srst action is asked to be 
taken by the Supreme Court 
Mest of the high tribunal's 


Amnerwam effictais are 
‘g@lartard eer wire fate of 13.000 
refupers fon Earege who may ahaa Gut 
be trageed mmafe Cima by *®*Treasury 
Cemmaniet takeover ef &@ George Hu oe 
Ceitied Matiess 2gency at perer — = 

era 
spe meget fonds Ser the 

Sent hie es Te — 
Compumest srisare bas Seem “Cengress 
‘ertheemine Im comeequence, under the Con 
State Degectereet. officials are 
as pergieeed about the Com 


“itution bas 
ae power te collect and expend cases that have gone through 
Tears! meues as Ubey are con- 
ocernet eyrut wtat will taper 


taues for such purposes,” the lower courts 
t the refagees—canily pre 


Gevernor «aid 
Slican. has been . = 
Lee. = eee adent Emen 22 Hollywood Figures 
Crartts whe Ged the Buascian 
revweluwe, ami German Jews 


emtical 
Lose Blacklist Appeal 
who fied the Sans 


bower and wants te pull the 
United States out of the United 
Nations. , SAN FRANCISCO, Aug,3 @ 
Bie bas refused to pay some The State Supreme Court has 
There were orignaly some of bis 1955 income tax—the denied appeals by 273 Hoily- 
e0.908 of these European refs portion be figured would fo for wood writers and performers 
cers im Chima but many of Sereign aid He argued it is un- who contend they were biack- 
them have beem socttied Ge Constitutional for the Gevern- listed by the °im industry aft- 
where ment to give taxpayers money er they refused in 1951 to an- 
Som Baker, chief United & Soret tries ‘wer questions on possible 
States delegate om the UL XS Despite sfarp criticism for Communist affiliations by 2 
Srenemir and Sectal Council, Sis actions, Lee last Saturday House Un-American Activities 
ied 2 formal ¢ mild protest at OFSTTOde stromg party opposi- Committee 
Geneva Wedinexdias. Baker tofd “OO to win a chance for an un The high court thus upheld 
BOOSOC the United States um PTeredentee? third term The yesterday dismissal of their 
Jecstands Red China—cot 2a Ste Eepubiican convention damage suits against major pic- 
“ guecnber—Aad contrat of ™2ed Sim amd George D. ture producers by a Los An 
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The Vice President and Politics. 


Delegates at Times Have Rebelled 


On Leaders’ Second Place Choices 


moved 


'gan to ballot for the 15 candi-)President™” F 
dates who wanted the vice | Presented with the chore o¢ | platform ehh an scceptance 
presidential nomination, James erther taking Wallare or losing | “peee® he was prevailed upon 


Byrnes 
pleading: “For God's sake. doa snarl, tonk Wallace. lis om! The moral of the story fs 


you want a President or a Vice |tinued 


among 


'Waellere as he stood on the 


them Roosevelt. the camrertaan woth Bot to deliver. 


snarling trencfiee’? thet the putting down and 


(putting up even of Vice Presi 
dents is not a game for youngs 
ters. 


| SATURDAY: The Three 
Types of Vice President. 


io rth ai f hy 


ruthor af tee ewtnerta 
The Amerweon President 
In the mid-1850«, Sen 
as Hart 
eran of 
wrote aprroving!y 


“crews 


oa 


smoke- lied 
af 


+) 


- 


re eos 


Thom 
Benton. an acing vet 
rooms 
many 


things he had known in pol 


Rut 
+ 


the inat 


ir. 7Tren 6s h6rCLeShCUD 


mo ONnvent on Se «£ 


pped 
trie 
Nnominat 

t70n he wrote 
sponsible body gz 
hafled. and gowerned by a 
dextrous contrivers 
inoking to their 
in the game whict 


od 


on 
> Aer 


- 


in putting down and putting u 


men 


Diverred from all ese 


irae 2 cer, 
remains 


"= * 


words seem acc 
later What 
added. however, i« 
giing need not have an ‘ 
as its 
juggs! ng of 


ar riod , 7 


Hhiect Tt 


forre:s 


g. nobody w 
everybody + 


. no 
Lins 


The Conservative Marshall 


A« for the “dextrTro 
ca 7? 
were no 


_ ve 


now 
they 


ers 
“bosses —if 


>» 


tution of the nemina’ 


. 


‘ow . 


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inmtere«* 


niay 


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— eye? rie 


one 


~ = 
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the convention scene with their 


“deais” and “hergains 

: eventually 
Even 
WwI<cecr < 


the other unt 
stood alone sO, 
ever the fio 
good or bad, they can move 
only a 
free-wheeling way. Sooner 
vailing force of other 
or of t! 


on of good or bad 


Three cases 
cho re presidential 


7% 


ce of + 


fact 
j interest wo iid draw apart ——— 
eacn 
im wis 
whether 


‘ne 


limited distance in 


a 
or 


j later they meet the counter- 
DOs Ses, 
e convention as a whole 
4 or of the Nation—each with its 
j own vers 


—the strongest single bess in 
the Nation—meant te drop his 
vice president and pick a dif 
ferent running mate for a sec 
andterm bid This was Presi 
dent Woodrow Wilsen in 1916 
his vice president being Thom. 
as RR. Marsha 

Marshall. a conservative. hed 
caused 


rot an ooen erisis By 


~ [re dry. thin 


trwe outlook. On the other hand 
he spent more than an ordinary 
. : of time foraging for 
patronage be fed his jo> 


nd 
= 1% 


‘re rroanths he'ore 


Thus, in 


‘ro Dermoarcra = COT wrer* ON cy 


1916 
wt Secretary ~f 
“A am (,:b>s« Vic Adoo at thet 


memmers of the (ahbmet 


the Treasury 


“ncaa moved ts un the vice 


presidentia nomination for 
Secretary of War Newto 1) 
Baker. Wilson gave his 


> > 
nsent to e efo 


we . oo 4 gies hirn 


mate of his own 


ning 
ent 

The counterthrust was not 
long tn coming. W.F. Me- 
Commis. Wilsons manager at 
the 31912 Democratic Convert, 
tion. had mowed so far ower to 
the side of Wilson's enemies by 
1916 that he would heave hked 
to prevent Wilson's renomina- 
tion. But since this was impos 
sible. the next best thing was 
to retain Marshall. “Marshal!.” 
he said. “was superior to Wi!- 
If there were to be any 
by fate. we could 
not go very far wrong with Mar- 


£72 


cnr 


success on 


McCombs’ resulting call to 
arms was answered Oy Tom 


. along 


root. to fis 
nominated 
dency by 


OwT surprise was’ 
for the vice presi- 
Sen. Medill Me-! 
Cormick of Illinois. At this 
pont. howeve r—t he wrong 
peimt—the delegates who had 
been so craven in the matter} 
of Harding and the platform 
suddenly revolted again st 
Senate dictation : 
of their honer’ 
sovereign free will. 
the ranks 
the governors for a champion 
ipped ane thes 
warting all 
of a 
Thus 


Coolidge 


In defense 
and 


*mey 


their 


infoked tn of 


heen 
some sort 
giance in his direction 
te the shout of 
the one good offering of 
Senate was trampled 
underfoot the vice presi 


ag 


had 


far 


found 


tre 
junta 
and 


dency went to 


4 Ceunter-Rebellion 


To the third ilimstr 
ch rebelled 


dent's choice 


ronvertion w nr 
agains ts Pre 
of a vice presid *ntial running 
mate was DBilocked only by an 
all-out counter-rebellion of the 


President himself. This was 


the Democratic convention of 


1940 

The delegates had acknow- 
ed President Roosevelt's! 
extraordinary hold on the! 
country Dy nominating him! 
for am unprecedented third 
term. But a few hours later! 
inievy were im an uproar over 
the fact that he wanted Henry 
Wallace for the second place 
on the ticket 
The heat on the convention 
floor soon brought President 
Roosevelt's own temper to «a 
Diaze.. and in this mood he 
wrote out a rejection of the 
thirdterm nomination and 
asked Judge Samuel I. Rosen- 
man to put it in shape 

Word of this was evidently 
comveyed to the President's 
men at the convention. For) 


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bosses. All had come to resent! 
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White House. and they quickly! 
agreed to help prevent “Wil 
son's getting a candidate to his! 
liking as vice president.” 
The Delegates Rebel 
Wilson 


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pS 


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owe? 


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of having had any connection! 
>with the antiMarshall move/ 
ment. Thus his reoiy td Gov 
H. R. Fielder of N ersey. 
who had asked him to name 4 
. vice presidential choice 

.“I do not feel that I have 
the right to suggest anything! 
-'on this head.” Wilson wrote 
him June 2. 1916 “The attitude 
of Mr. Marshall toward the 
Administration has been loyal 
end generous in the extreme 
He has given me every reason 

to admire and trust him” 
The effect of this pragmatic 
the renomina- 
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im some ways, shot through 
with more irony than any- 
other simgle incident im con- 
vention history. Briefly. «s 
Senate junta at the 1970 Re- 
publican convention had 
gouged out of the hides of the 
delegates a presidential nomi- 
nation for Warren G. Hard- 
ing. It had also managed to 
get the convention committed 
to a platform w meaning 
was @s sinuous as 4 snake 
wriggling in vaseline. But 
after these two vital points 
were won. there was the wsual 
grand gesture. in the form of 
2 concession to liberal senti- 
ment 
The vice presidential choice) 
of the Senate junta was Sen! 
Irvine H. Lenroot of Wiscon-| 
‘sin. @ man who still carried! 
much of Robert La Follete’s| 
ideas in his bones despite a) 
personal break with his one 
time friend and mentor. Len-' 


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Americans for Democratic ual performances included the ’ 
' ry ; 5 Action yesterday credited natural gas bill, foreign aid. 
—O ()- Democrats in both Senate and public housing. social security. MUSCOGER, 
House with a “far more lib Niagara power and Hells Can- ne 


Harold E. Stassen declared Republican Party on an Eisen 
yesterday there is now a “fiftw- hower-Herter ticket.” 
fifty chance” that Massachu- All this, Stassen told a press 
setts Gov. Christian A. Herter conference. is of a considerably 
will replace Richard M. Nixon different complexion than 
as the Republicans’ vice presi- “one chance in 100" Herter 


stood when he first proposed 


aie gi ae - | ) r July 2 
Mate by Rocking- | Yo¢so0®) (GOP convention in San Fran- “@rters candidacy July 23 
perdable name since cisco concluded he fully ex Stassen, the President's dis- 
1949 pects “unanimity within the armament chief on leave. had 


~ other things to sav at his 1610 


;'K st. nw. campaign headquar 
ters yesterday 

® Elroy N. Bromwich, § 
Louis tool manufacturer and 
ehairman of Missouri's GOP 
delegation to San Francisco, is 


—_ 


leader to come out publicly for 


leanvass shows Missouri its a 
ishoo-in for the Republican 
iranks with Herter on the Eisen 


hower ticket and “doubtful”! 


with Nixon. (In a subsnquent 
istatement, Perry Compton, Mis 
| souri State GOP Chairman. 
icalled Bromwich's statement 
absolutely wrong.”’) 

® |] have never been and am 
inot now anti-Nixon. This is 
mot a movement against any 
lone.” Stassen declared. He then 
added: “Where Herter is known 
ithe best. he does not subtract 
|Where the Vice President is 
known the best, he subtracts 
i most. -It's a sad fact. It 


one I was reluctant to find.” 

© Pro-Nixon commitments 
have been made thus far by 
delegates from 15 states—cast 
ing only one-third of the con | 
vention'’s votes. Stassen termed 
this ' f teak 


an indication of weak 


Chef Boy-Ar-Dee brings you @ great new one-dish meal! ness” and said even many of 


se committed to Nixon have 
aie phrases in their 
endorsement permitting a 
switch to another candidate 
Stassen, more relaxed aad 
\less defensive than in his previ 
lous press conferences, yester 
iday said his mail is now 3 to 1 
lin favor of Herter. He said the 
letters usualiy contain checks 
land the Fisenhower-Herter ac. 
count in the Riggs Bank now 
totals $4291—with all outstand 
ling bills paid 
Stassen reported most of his 
mail was from the coastal 
‘states: California, Oregon and 
'Washington in the West: New 
York, Massachusetts, Connect! 
cut, New Jersey and Pennsy! 
vania in the East. | 
In addition to Herter, Stassen 
found “expressions of strength” 


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now the seventh Republican:draft him.” for judging party and individ-' Two Republican Senatorg,! 


Herter. Bromwich declared a 


| AD f S “ P ] ] S h aoe J. Williams pe and{corded on the Liberal side on 
9 erman Welker (Idaho), were test vot 

ay § O OWS ‘listed as voting Conservative ves: Sen vere ae 

on all issues. -erats and 19 Republicans on 

In the House, 94 Democrats the Conservative side onall se- 


d Democrutie Liberalism bo. 7 Republicans were re- lected roll calls. 


Acafciated Press 


‘eral’ voting record than Re- von dam. Issues in the House . . 

publicans yiciuded foreign aid, aid to in Every Large Size SUPER SUDS 

for Govs. Dan Thornton of The ADA, using its own education, and civil richts. ) ee 

Colorado, Arthur B. Langlie of yardstick to measure Liberal) The ADA gave a plus to a ; 

Washington and Theodore R Mn C a gh votes, ree pe agemn casting & vote which) PLUS MORE DETERGENT 
teldir ary emocrats in the recent Con- the organization believes to be’ 

MeKeldin Of , waryiand, pte gress supported the Liberal in harmony. with Liberal pdli-| PER PACKAGE than any 

added he had a “high regard” position an 14 selected Senate cies. Otherwise he got a minus. similarly packaged brand. 

for Cro. (,o0dwin Knight roll calis 72 per cent of the Fleven Senators. all Haedie.} 

of California but so far hadn't time as contrasted with 30.5 erate «c : 

canvassed the California dele. per cent for the Republicans pt pleated 100 per cent Lite we Nee ee 

gation on its Nixon allegience. On_ seven roll calls it se- Humphreys (Ky.), Pat MoNa-i@ '° the Cleanest, Whitest Wash 

Stassen also paried a ques- lected in the. House, Demo! mars (Vich . Hubert H Hum-| You've Ever Seen 
tion yesterday on the signifi--crats were found to have voted ohrey (Minn.). Thomas C. Hen-! 2 is 
cance of former Massachusetts the Liberal position 706 per nings Jr. (Mo.), Herbert H. Leh-|§ 290 without @ Biluing? 
Gov. Robert Bradford coming cent of the time as compared man (N. Y.). Wayne Morse and | 
out for Herter, with Republicans’ 40.5 per cent.'\Richard 1.. Neuberger (Ore) 

When asked if Bradford, a The ADA advocates prin- Estes Ao Pita A eee es BUY A BOX 
bovhood chum of UHerter,iciples of the Franklin D.' William R Lain and Mat- TODAY! 
had made the move with Her- Roosevelt and Truman Admin-ithew M. Neely (W. Va.). Gfum- ‘ 
ter's consent, Stassen replied: istrations, although it calls it- phrevs and Laird took office 
Those who know him (Herter) self nonpartisan during the session and‘did not} 
longest are most likely to The 14 Senate issues selected vote on all iseues 


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1956 


Polio Shots 
Available to 
Allin D. C. 


Restrictions Lifted 
For an Indefinite 
Period; Abundance 
Of Vaccine Cited 


By Nate Haseltine 


leDITORIALS | 
“AREA NEWS | 
PICTURE PAGE| 
OBITUARIES | 


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Diary 


AUGUST 10, 


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FRIDAY, 


By Jerry 

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President Signs Bill 
To Protect Rights 
In Agriculture Shifts 


THE PRESIDENT tras ap 
proved a bill, Public Law 918, 
which will make it easier for 
Agriculture’s research em- 
ployes to transfer to state or 
local government projects with- 
out losing their job rights. 

The law gives the Federal 
employe the option of either a. 
being “detailed” or tw go on 
leave without pay in buch 
cases. If he’s “detailed,” he'd 


Stef! Reporter 


Anyone now can get Salk 
antipolio shots from District 
of Columbia practicing phy- 
sicians, at the going rates, 
regardiess of age, sex or 
pregnancy status. 

The D. C. Advisory Com- 
mittee on poliomyelitis yester- 
day met and lifted for an in- 
definite. “experimental”  pe- 
riod the voluntary agreement 
whereby the doctors limited 
their vaccine injection prac- 
tice to pregnant women and 
anyone six months through 
19 years of age. 

Abundance of the vaccine 


get his regular Agriculture pay 
but he'd be subject to super-' 
vision by the state: or local 
government 
An employe on leave without 
pay will keep all Federal job 
rights such as status, credit 
toward retirement, annual and 
sick leave, in-grade promotions, 
life insurance and protection 
of Employes Compensation. His 
travel to and from his assign- 
ment will be paid by Agricul-| 
ture but travels for the project’ 
will be paid by the sponsor. 
State and local government 
employes also can be trans-) 
ferred temporarily to Agricul- 
ture’s projects. Agriculture will! 
pay their travel expenses and 
salaries. Those transferred 
won't have to take Civil Serv- 
‘fce tests and they won't be 
eligible for status. cd 
PER DIEMS: At the s- 
tion of the President, F al 
agencies are beginning to work: 
with the Civil Service Com- 
mission in a move to standard- 
ize salaries of the 800,000 per 
diem, or wage board, employes. 
The striking differences in 
salaries are those paid by the 
military agencies as compared 
with those of VA, DHEW, Gen- 
eral Services and others. Fed 
eral agencies im the same area 


to complete the D. C. Health 
Department's program of free 
shots of Federally financed 
vaccine was given as the rea- 
son for the committee's action. 


| The restrictions’ lifting was 
‘taken despite the recent rec- 
ommendation of the National 
Advisory Committee on polio- 
myelitis vaccine which “strong- 
ly urged” retention of the 
priorities system “until maxi- 
mum coverage” of children 
and expectant 
been oWtained. 

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Stat Photes 


Charles Adelman of the Pan American Union had Paz in 
custedy when this photo was made, but the bird fled again. 


Pan Am’s Parrot 
Goes on a Lark 


above that reportedly needed) 


mothers had, 


Parking Lot 
Under New 


Expressway 
Projected 


Agency Discloses 
Plans for Use of 
Two-Block Space 
To Hold 509 Cars 


By Karl Meyer 
Staff Reporter 

The Motor Vehicle Park- 
ing Agency disclosed plans 
yesterday for using two 
blocks of waste space under 
the proposed Southwest Ex- 
pressway for a low-cost park- 
‘ing lot to ease downtown 

parking bottlenecks. 
| In a unanimous vote, MVPA 


recommended that the District 
i Vv 
plese bebere wee ven. ty ew ve ‘Commissioners approve its pro- 


Court, 19, right, of Andover, Ohio. In ad- | 
dition to the trophies shown, the winners |posal to build a $245,000 park- 
were awarded college scholarships of ing lot under an elevated por- 


$1500, $1000 and $500 respectively. ition of the Expressway between 
2d and S. Capitol sts. sw. 


The lot would have space for 
509 cars, and be leased to a 
private operator under the 
plans. Funds for improving the 


Chris Bayley, center, 18-year-old Seattle, 
Wash., youth, was named yesterday as win- 
ner of the fifth annual National Teen-Age 
Read-c-o here. Second place went to Tom- 
my Varner, 17, left, of Atlanta, Ga. Third- 

tract would come from District 


Road-e-oTop DriverAward 
Won by Seattle Teen -Ager (i3225 » ss 


ition of Zoning Consultant Har- 
ER old M. Lewis’ proposed parking 
An 18-year-old Seattle, Wash.,; Pat Ledger, ty Sn = two wow Fang bags driving exami-'eode, which would require that 
boy was named the top teen-age Sitis who pitted their ving nations, young miotoristsidowntown shops and ffice 
4 4 in the United tie ye know-how against the boys dur-/took written and oral tests'buildings provide extensive 
river iz four gruelling days of tests, covering aptitudes, knowledge off-street parking facilities. 
the fifth annual Teen-Age missed third place by 11 points.\of road rules, and ability to : 
Roadeo rolled to a thrilling Pat is the best teen-age driver handle a car in tight circum. ¥4¢tlities Adequate 
finish here last night. in Maine. Her brother won the stances. | The agency declared it was 
Chris Bayley. whose skill at national contest last year. The contest is sponsored y the “sense of the meeting” that 
the wheel carried him to victory The District's contestant,the United States Junior private parking facilities could 
over 49 contestants from all Raphael Anthory Plummer, Chamber of Commerce, iniadequately handle downtown 
over the United States and 17, 128 48th pl. ne., finished cooperation with the owe parking. 
Hawaii, won a $1500 scholarship. 11th. Trucking Associations, Inc., the The proposed parking lot, 
He plans to attend Harvard Uni Douglas R. Lee, 15, of Hope- Chrysler Corp. and the Liberty | pyenutive Director Lewis R 
versity. well, Va., placed 35th, Mary- Mutual Insurance Co. ‘Watson Jr. told the Agency, is 
Second-place winner was land's representative, John R.. The competition seeks designed mainly to serve yoo 


to 
‘employes of three nearby Gov- 


frequently pay many different 
salaries for identical jobs. 


A 


rambunctious macaw Charles 


Th tion to 
sshashiien ciuheah locally, was TOmmy Varner, 17, of Atlanta, Hallstrom Jr., 17, of Baltimore, let young drivers prove their 


Adelman, scrambled made at yesterday's meeting Ga- His prize is a $1000 scholar- was 36th. safe driving ability, improve 


named Paz (Peace) led two up trees after him. by Harold C. Kinner, secretary 
Pan American Union garden- After an erratic flight, Paz of the D. C. Board of Phar- 
ers and a crowd of curious tired a bit, alighted and was macy, and seconded by Dr. 
bystanders on a wild chase captured and placed on a stick. Preston A. McLendon, pedia- 
through the Ellipse near 17th Victory was short lived, how-trician, both committee mem- 
st. and Constitution ave. nw. ever, for Paz again became air- bers . 
yesterday. borne with about 50 persons in [t was unanimously passed 
The brilliantly colored bird, pursuit. by the members present after 
one of three who have free run When the big bird was finally mild opposition by Mrs. Chan- 
of the patio at the Pan Amer- shaken loose from a tree, aning Walker, committee mem- 
ican Union, got restless yester- taxi driver, William Openshaw ber representing the local 
day morning and flew out of of 2306 4ist st. nw., helped stuff chapter of the National Found- 
the main door of the building. him in a burlap bag and there- ation for Infantile Paralysis. 
The macaws, largest of par- by became the only casualty. Mrs. Walker observed that 
rots, have their wings clipped Paz nipped one of his fingers. though the vaccine supply 
every year so they can’t fly very Pan American Union employes "Ow may well be above de 
high or ver} far. Paz, how- said the parrot was capable of ™and, “all wed meed right 
ever, flew high enough and far biting through the finger, bone ~- # pal ae oe — new 
enough to frustrate recapttire and all. : a bpp cam 
raise for many of the emplayes. attempts for about an hour. He Paz is one of two parrots pre- P@PeTs and wed have more 
In the next couple of weeks, few from tree to tree igner- sented to the Pan American 4™2nd (for the vaccine) than 
the, Army-Air Force Was? ing pleas, threats, missiles and Union by the Guatamalan Em- we could meet 
Board will make a similar SUT-\jimp shaking, af the two gar- bassy in 1955. Officials said he To cover this contingency 


laries fense's the original motion was 
pa » anal my Fee eterna aeners, Wallace Zinn and has escaped before. amended to lift the priorities’ 


altimore area..Bavy will fol- restrictions “until 
low its findings. “@t's | 
that a similar stady will be * 
made later in the year of the 
salaries paid military civilians 
in the Quantico-Fredericks>urg 
area. None, however, has been 
set up so far. 

ROY HALLBECK of the 
AFL's Postal Clerks, urged the 


Multiple Sclerosis Group 
, ‘reassess’ its recommendation 
Democratic Platform Commit- 


tee yesterday to promise ~aw (usted for Joining UGF or. Ragone A. Gi, of 


Charlottesville, Va, Medical 
quate” salaries to Federal em-| 


ewes in charge of Public 
ata th § i 
ployes. He cited a report which’ The national organization of| Rivers refused to comment may bg ey 
showed } Federal age by wre ey vy panes pe b wer nd further on the revocation of Columbia, was an invited but 
of 35 different groups studied, charter 0 e ’ , non-votin articipant at ves- 
have received the smallest in- trict of Columbia chapter yes the chapter's charter. _. terday's ph wy He alt ng 
crease in “real” income since terday. Cody Pfanstiehl, publicity s+04 the Federal advice to stick 
1939. Hallbeck also will appear| Joseph P. Tumulty Jr., treas- chairman of the United Givers to priorities until the agree 
before the GOP Platform Com-\urer of the District chapter, Fund, said the UGF was sup- ment was lifted, nationally 
mittee. said a letter had been received porting the ousted chapter be- Dr. Gillis said that the New 
THE AVERAGE Federal em-\y Marshal! Hornblower, Dis- .,u<e it knows the needs and E™S!and states, New Jersey, 
ploye in this country received trict board chairman, notifying capabilities of this area. He Illinois and Michigan are all 
a salary of $4102 in 1955, an in-\Dim that the national was re- said the MS center would get S¢tting less vaccine than their 
crease of $192, or 4.9 per cent,| VOking the charter for violating more money for services and demands require. 
over the 1954 rate. /a rule against joining federated ian have to spend it for , Committee members stressed 
The average, however, was ©@™mpaign drives. campaign expenses the need of educating parents 
$4345 in the Washington area,) The District chapter applied) Tymulty said there was © ‘#ke their teen-age children 
an increase of $375, of 94 per for ‘was Binited June 411.000 in the MS fund here “© Practicing physicians or D. C. 


Army, Navy and Air Force is 
far and away the largest em- 
ployers of per diems. One pro- 
posal would have them, in ef- 
fect, recommended wage scales 
for VA, DHEW, GSA and other 
agency employers of per diems. 
A step toward that direction 
has been taken. 

Meantime, Navy has sched- 
uled a “spot check” of the sala- 
ries paid the estimated 20,000 
Army, Navy and Air Force per 
diems in the Washington area 
to start Sept. 10. Army and Air 

eree will accept and fellow 

avy’s findings which easily 
could result in a modest pay 


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Givers’ Back Local Chapter 


ace the recommended “relak- 


tions. Thus, it was exp 

jf the supply and demand 
situation changed, the commit- 
tee could be called together to 


cent, over the 1954 rate, An and was @imitted gine days now, and that the pational or- 2°a!th_ Department clinics for 
estimated 45 per cent of all later in e of expressed Op- ganization believed it was en- >2/* Shots. Only a very few 
Federal employes who are paid position by the parent organ titled to the sum of the age group, 15 through 19 
$10,000 and more are in this ization. '@Rivers said plans have al- %©@"s. have gotten even first 
city. Prior to last December, already been formulated for or. *“0ts of the protective vaccine 

ROUNDUP: © Elisworth H.Qumber of MS chapters hadjganizing a new chapter, but , ‘* 's ™ this age group, the 
Morse has been promoted to @llied themselvés with feder-Pfanstiehl said the orphaned 4°Ctfs said. that bulbar polio, 
director af GAO's accounting ated campaign’ drives, but 4 group will continue its work ‘%¢ most deadly form of in- 
and auditing..policy staff, sue-/Mational ruling since that time’anq support of research at Dis- /2™tile paralysis. strikes more 
ceeding Walter F. Frese who isif ¢ 9 Uires permission ’be ob trict headquarters in George °'t©" than among those past 
on a year’s leavmof absence to tained from_ _ national! frst. Washington University Hos. ‘eir teens. 


teach at Harvard,”).. Post Of,The Distrie=> did ital. Nationally, Public Health 
fice has CSC approval to waive have Sore to join UGF, P \Sérvice yesterday reported that 


the usual 90-day separation no- Tumulty said. ’ ; | 759 new cases of polio were 
tices to permit several em-| J. C. Rivers, public relations Today s Chuckle ‘recorded for the week ended 
ployes involved to remain on counsel for the national, said last Saturday. ‘This contrasts 
the job after Oct. 1 so they last night that the local charter; Customer: “Have you any-to the tolls for g 
can retine under the new and had been revoked and that ajthing for gray hair?” weeks of 1409 in 1955: 1608 in 
more liberal retirement law... new District chapter would be| Druggist: “Nothing but the 1954; 1870 in 1953; 2306 in 1952, 
Harold H. Leich, an able ca- formed greatest respect.” and 1200 in 1951. 
reer employe, will be promoted 

to assistant director of CSC's. | 
Bureau of Departmental Oper- 
ations, succeeding Nick Ogano- 
vie who will be director of 
CSC's Denver office... . GPO 
retirees: E. W.. Harris, Ira 
Kinchen and W. A. McLendon. 


‘Break the 
Bank? 
SA 
ed 


(Last of a Series) ities. The city-wide ratio was 
one to eight. 


By Jean White Since then, there has been a (r**’ 
oes Revarar half-detade more of decay, al- =, 
The Second Precinct, with though there have been spot _ ) 
rusted tin /™provements through major | 


its rotting hovels, oo atte —- sm te me ¥ PF tn, 
fences, and littered yards, ings . certain bullc- cog o% 


hope for a brighter day ahead. With the’ surveyors in. the || 
That hope lies in the North: planners now gan get down to | 
West Urban Renewal Project, ™#PPing out a work plan for - 


néw in its preliminary two. .2e. long-range, broad-scale | 


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uy 
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9S Sopae 


In the crimeridden and ee ee 


blighted S@¢ond™” Precitict, The brokén line indicates the 
jwhich corresponds roughly to boundaries of the Northwest 
the urban renewal area, the Urban Renewal Project, the 
task ahead is tremendous, but ope for the future of the 


tie sectoBimbracing most of 
‘the city’s wickedest precinct. 
‘Survey Completed 

Six housing investiga 
have just finished nine months ers. In a survey two edest) 
‘of field work on a survey of years ago the Washington Post 
the area. The material now is'and Times Herald revealed the 
being tabulated for a bloek-Second as the city’s/wickedest ington’s other slum eradication 
by-block profile of a and Precinct. projects are the 8l-acre Area 
living conditions in the North-| Population 
west renewal section. west 

It will show some of the will 


: 

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4 
e 


further em 
notice” and the word “e 
mental” was inserted te 


ation” of the former limita 


Second Precinct Revisited 


| Slum Clearance Plans Pose a Challenge to Area 


the challenge is exciting to Second (Washington's Wick- 
Precinct. . 


oe ioe B and C are 


ship. In third place was Sidney Education and Welfare Depart- 
‘ment, 3d st. and Independence 
ave.; the Railroad Retirement 
‘Board, 3d and C sts., and the 
Identification Division of the 
Internal Revenue Service, 2d 
and D sts. sw. 

Watson said the cost of the 
lot was estimated at $177,000 
for paving and $77,000 for con- 
structing a pedestrian over- 
pass. The money would be 
amortized over at least a 10- 
year period. 


‘Interference’ With School Functions 


Charged to District Budget Officers : 


A school board member ac-'schools officials said they would Corning said, would center pidding Watson said, and given 
te ee a we ng ag gs = operations of 300 administra- a lease that would set a limit 
aueationsl processes” 4 for- mF ne schools. Funds still will “ve personnel scattered stam SS cunsion at the menting Dak 
bidding school officials to re-be earmarked, they said, for im 18 school buildings. The proj}-'-ated that about $10 a month 
duce size of classes by hiring group testing and psychological ects, he said, will be self-liq per car was considered “fair.” 
more teachers. pupil study and for 16 special dating with the sale of old 

The charge camb as the three- teachers at the elementary school properties. Other Sites Studied 

ber finance -ommittee level. | High on the priority list for) Watson said that both MVPA 
wang! to recom-| Eight of the nine Board mem- ©@Pital outlay are requests for'and the District Highway De- 
that full Board of bers attended the committee ™oney toward planning ofF/partment were studying about 
District meeting yesterday, and they in- building new elementary fve-other sites on the Inner 
c i for a hearing dicated they were ready to fight schools near Texas ave. and Relt expressway for possible 
to protest a cutback in school for more funds. The big push Burns st. se., 10th and F sts. jocation of similar lots under 

operating fund requests for will be made, they agreed, for ™¢+ 2nd near 56th and Eads ejevated sections of the road. 
getting $881,100 for the extra/®t. De. Funds are also ear) +. action on the underpass 

In a preliminary run of budg- grade-school teacliers and $168,- marked for additions to Taft lot came after MVPA a stadt eae 
et estimates, city officials sent 300 for special secondary teach- Junior High, Payne Elementary favorably on an alternate site 
back the Board of Education's ers. In all, School Superintend- Moten Elementary, Phelps Vo-)) cen 24 and 4th sts. sw. be. 
$35.8 million request slashed ent Hobart M. Corning is ask- cational High School, and Ran- couse af & prohibitive $777,000 
by $1.9 million. They put aing that $1.5 million of the all Junior High. cost estimate. 
specifie veto on using any of $1.9 million slash be restored. y ome $2.5 million is asked In an item-by-item vote on 
$1.2 million allowed over this’ The full Board of Education 2¥™lor High School replace-\.. 2 1 jwise parking proposals 
year’s budget for reducing the wil] meet at 11 a. m. Monday ™e®t and $4 million for @ NeW yrupa voted anoroval of only 
pupil-teacher ratio in elemen- to act on the budget estimates, >°Utheast senior high in the). oe inn ne cniveuensiil 
tary schools. eae In another move, Tobriner °"8tess Heights area. | parking roquiremente asked 

The limitation on hiring got finance committee approval by Lewis. By the meeting's 
teachers—the Board asked for of a plan for a special study end, only half the proposals 
money for 178 additional teach- of how reading is being taught had been voted on. 
ers in the elementary schools jn District schools. On key Lewis proposals, the 
to cut class size—came under <A three-member committee, Agency: 
repeated fire yesterday. appointed by the Board presi- ® Recommended that there 

Walter N. Tobriner, a mem- dent from outside the school be no requirement for off- 
ber of the finance committee, .ystem, should check on wheth- street parking for downtown 
said.the District officials were er the fault for lagging reading office buildings, retail and 
attempting to make an “edU-scores lies in methods and service establishments and 
cational judgment” and “inter- teaching, Tobriner urged. rooming and tourist homes. 
fering in the educational proc- ‘This brought a protest from Lewis would require each to 
esses” by telling Board mem- corning. He objected against provide off-street facilities. 
py: ben A. spend their wm tae another “group of outsiders” *Urged further study or 

Rey Ve put — emarée cuestioning the “ability of a clarification of Lewis pro 
mae our “even Starling Our fine staff of teachers and prinej- posals for residential lots over 
class-size reduction program, " mm 46500 square feet, medical of- 
said C. Melvin Sharpe, presi- fices and apartment houses in 
a = os art downtown or transitional 

> zones. 

bud officers were of a : “ ” 
three-step program adopted by quest for 1958, with the proviso of additions! parking fecllities 
the Board of Education to re- that wage weg hg bape — , for nemo Hg ve A outside - 
Suse _— E gh. one = “ . a | the downtown or buffer areas, 
silewwed only to hire 82 teach- Included are $86,000 for plan- Washington Post and Times Herald Map mew 5 agape ng = pone Sens 
ers to keep up with expanding ning a $2.4 million administra gy ,4eq area of map indicates units wes too high in the 
enrollment and hold pupil- tion building and another $12) | ion of parking lot under Lewis plans 

teacher ratio at the 35.25 ex- million to build and .equip a a FE The ideas assented te a 
pected this Seprember. ae — wereheute yo aad Tg Southwest Ex- wn Ae eS 

With the cutback in funds, so t administration o! : > 


Van Court, 19, of Andover, Ohio, made ‘at a banquet at the Wil- terest. in high sehool driver- 
who received a $500 scholarship. lard Hotel. Besides being training programs. 


Slash of Teacher Fund Assailed 


Education ask the 
ommissioners 


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The finance committee also 
gave approval to an estimated 
$14.5 million capital outlay re- 


Cleveland that “the sense of 
the meeting” was that private 
parking facilities could handle 
downtown motorists. 

MVPA, whose chairman is 
Edward C. Baltz, a civic lead- 
er, will meet at 2:15 p. m. 
Thursday to act on other Lew 
plans. | : 


tabulated, planners will decide in kind” — water and sewer|mansion that Once was the 
what treatment each square lines, new roads, buildings. home of William Stickney. 
should get: rehabilitation, con- Before the actual facelifting president of the Washington 
servation, or clearance. begins, the planning still has es 

Some blocks will be cof- several steps to go. A National “!ty Council in the early 1870s. 
served through tight enforce- Capital Planning Commission Soon after there came a half. 
ment of the housing code. Oth- committee, with the aid of ar- century of neglect and decay) 
ers will be rehabilitated chitects, will draft plans for that produced the slums, crime,| 
through major repairs. Still ideal land use and zoning, and and degradation of Washing-| 


GLASS JALOUSIES 


For Porch or 


\ others will be torn down to tag the blocks for clearance, tor.’s wickedest. 


make way for new structures. aay or a In March, 1054. The Wash- 2 
n NC itself w ington Post and Times Herald 
Many Face Demolition : asked to adopt the master plan. began a series on the “menace 
With a limited spot inspec- The next step along the line of tM veritable sink of iniquity 
tion, RLA offifials estimated is for the District Commission- that has developed in this pre- | 
more then a year ago that a *® °° hold a public hearing cinct.” Six months late? the 
7 before they decide on whether NCPC drew up the boundaries: 
third of the Northwest project to approve the pian. _ for the Northwest Urban Re-| 
area's 15,700 dwellings might RLA then will be in a posi- newal Area. A year later RLA 
be tagged for~ deniolition. tion to ask for the $40 million got $749,655 for the survey »e-| 
Boundaries of the project are &™2™* and begin buying prop- ing tabulated now and for pre- 
P erty, razing, and selling to pri- liminary planning. ’ 
Massachusetts ave. and K st. vate developers. | The surveyors, headed by W. 
ep arene 'N. Goodson, chief of the RLA’ 
‘investigations and insp ‘ion 
And then there will be a division, did not try a door-to’ 
Station brighter day for the Second door check. With yp ane. ) 
and Precinct, which had it period (7 oa¢h type of structure in the 
Agency has set of elegence in the past before! sreg — residential, industrial, 
aside a ad million capital grant it fell on evil days. 


RLA when the time’ jn the years before the Civil. While the preventive war to 
.| ae hold the line decay 


ks north of Union 
on the east. 


houses for elegant living. / 
ore At 
th and M sts. nw., there still claim 


‘ THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


*). 


Stanley 


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Old Ways Gone 
Dixie Racial 
Ties Cut. 

Parley Told 


ee 


SVILLE. Va.. 
Negro leaders 
they cannot 
people about 
any more,” 
Osborne, consultant on 
integration of the 
Friends Service 
said tonight 
The old wavs of doing busi- 
ness won't work. Old relation- 
ships between races no longer 
exist,’ told the Charlottes 
ville-Albermarle Chapter of the 
Virginia Council of Human 
telations 
Miss Osborn, 
ished touring Southern 
states in the interest of inte 
gration, told the members that 
“we should replace exploitive, 
humiliating relationships with 
dignified relationships. We 
have no right to make arbitrary 
rules to apply to one group and 


CHARI 
Aug. 9 SD] 
im the South say 
talk 

their 
lrene 
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American 


{ ommittee 


OTT? 


rh tf 


problems 


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who just fin- 


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Friday, August 10, 71956 


een ence ae 


Is 


RICHMOND, Va., Aug. § 
Gov. Thomas B. Stanley held 
a third high level conference 
on the segregation issue today 
and reportedly was told he'll 
face an uphill fight in the Leg- 
islature for his new total re- 
istance program. 

The meeting lasted at the 
Executive Mansion for five 
hours and included seven mem- 


| bers of the Legislature and two 


members of Congress 
The conference was called 


to discuss ways of winning sup-; 


port for the all-out no-integra- 
tion program announced by 
the Governor last month. 

Reliable reports indicated 
certain members of the group 
advised Stanley they were 
doubtful whether he could win 
support for the entire program 

They told him there would 
be strong opposition to the pro- 
posal to sanction the withhold- 
ing of pyblic funds from local- 
ities that might be willing to 
go ahead with limited integra- 
wcn 

The prospect would be 
brighter, the Governor report- 
edly was told, if the Gray Com- 
mission agreed to support the 
total resistance program, but 


even then success would not be’ Services for Mason E. Tay- pioneer Orville Wright at the 


assured 
As in the earlier confer- 


S tories of Drunks 
Told 
He Faces Fight 


Stir Bowie’s Ire 


Bowie residents protested) A woman, whose hotise faces 
violently last night about pub- the town’s main street, said that 


‘licity given their town by news- all day long at least three or 


papers and television stations four men can be seen sitting 
because of their problems with on chairs on the sidewalk, 
dogs and drunks. drinking. 

In the monthly town council) These idle drinkers, she com- 
meeting, some 100 of the com-|plained, use the sides of the 
munity’s 1000 citizens angrily >uildings as public toilets. At 


waved newspaper clippings and Night, the number of loafers 


protested strongly to the Town 8TOws to 20 or 25, she said. 
Commissioners about jokes be- Another property owner 
ing made of their stray dog stiped that “people lie drunk 
problem on radio and televi- in every condition imaginable 
sion stations. alongside the road” near his 
“People are being ridiculed house. 
for living in our community,” _ Commissioner W alter L. 
complained one citizen. “This 5t¢wart said the County Com- 
actually can make real estate ™!ssioners had promised him 
values go down.” they would send two dog catch- 


one reporter pre: rag STS. 
Meredrg be aibb oa mas) Since Bowie has no police- 
Nevertheless, complaints ™*" he said, the town must 


depend on County lice to ar- 
about the problems persisted. rout lolterers and drunkards 
One store owner said he had 


: This brought a ery from one 
complained two weeks ago that woman to “raise taxes and hire 
14 or 15 dogs had assembled in g policeman.” The loudest ap- 
front of his store. The dogs are plause of the evening greeted 
still there, he said. ithe suggestion. | 


— 


Cmdr. William Wallace, 
Had Wide Naval Career’ 


Services. for retired Navyjin the Far East, and with a 
Cmdr. William O. Wallace, 72, special service squadron as 
whose last duty was with the executive officer of the U.S.S. 
General Court Martial Board|Rochester in Panama. He had 
at the Naval been stationed at the Naval 
Gun Factory Observatory and Navy De-) 
during World partment here. 
War II, will be He was commander of a) 
held at 10 a. m. ‘West Coast destroyer division’ 
today in the and then attgched to 3d Naval 
Fort Myer ‘District headquarters in New. 
Chapel. York City before he retired 

C ommander in 1935 for health feasons. | 
Wallace died He lived in Florida until’ 
Wednesday in 
his sleep. at 
his home, 3700 


Washington. He was recalled 
to limited duty in World IT at 


ight 
1939 when he returned to 
in the U 


Prayer for Today 


Help me, O God, a3 a man, 
to pray a man’s prayer. 
Make me a good husband to 
my wife, a good father to 
my children, a good friend 


August 16. at 
lenvooed C 


on Friday. 
Interment G 
Help me grow in grace and} | 
to achieve real maturity’ int’ 
my manhood, even unto the 
measure of the stature of 
the fulness of Christ. In his 


4. 
M a ssachusetts Cmdr. Wallace the Gun Factory, retiri~ g again’ 
ave. nw. Burial will be inin 1946. 
Arlington National Cemetery. '° Cmdr Wallace wads a ™mem- 
A native of Warrensburg, ber of the Naval Atheltic As 
Mo., Commander Wallace was sociation and the Army and 
a descendant of the Briscoe Navy Club. 
family, some of the “ist set- He is survived by his wife, 
tlers of St. 
Md. He was a 1907 graduate port, whom he married 32 
of the Naval Academy, where yearé ago; a son, J. Berry Wal 
he later was a mathematics lace, 5260 Partridge lane nw.: 
instructor. In 1923 he wasa grandson, two brothers. 
graduated from the Naval George and Thomas, and two 
War College in Newport, R. |. sisters, Mrs. Samuel Baston) 
Cmdr. Wallace had served and Mrs. Frank Pelser. 


M. EK. Taylor, Deaths, 

° | Elsewhere 
Coal Dealer. |. c., s.r cc, tes 
For 60 Years 


'73, United States Air Force 
(ret.), demonstrated the feasi- 
bility of firing a rifle from an 
aircraft in 1911 with aviation 


lor, 75, a waterfront coal dealer controls during the flight; in 
Wiesbaden, Germapy, while 


C. W. Evans 
Funeral Set Dies; Edited 


For Today Magazine 


Services will be held at 2 C. William Evans, 55, associ- 
p. m. today for John R. Grin- ate editor of the National 


Grinstead 


MOYER, MaL - 

No. Aftin — i os 
er of Forrest ° 
Cc ylor 


a 
— aw 


Mary's County, the former May Berry of New-) ™: — 


Stead, 74, retired veteran of 46 Guardsman Magazine for the 
years of Federal service, at the past four years died yesterday’ 
Chevy Chase : ‘in Doctors Hospital of cancer. 


Mankato (Minn.) Free Pres erjcuperal — | ‘ ‘He had been hospitalized since, 
‘Memorial Day. 


a heart attack; joined the Free ' 

4 ‘ave. nw. Burial 

Press in 1925 as a reporter, Be |i) he in Rock | Mr. Evans, a resident of the 
'Primee Karl Hotel here. was’ 


came editor two years later 
and, upon the death of J. A. Sediigal Ceme- 
1943, ry a veteran Delaware newspaper- 
man and had worked fof the 


Callahan in Décember, ; 
Man. Mr. Gri n- 
Philadelphia Inquirer in 1926 Heme. Cameron & A: 
dria. until time of 


ences, Reps. Howard W. Smith for 60 years, will be held at 
of the 8th District and Watkins 12:30 p. m. today in the Lee 
M. Albitt of the 4th were pat funeral home 
ticipants. 4th st. and 


ae ' M a ssachusetts 
Petitions Urge School aye. ne. Burial 
, : rs» + iwill be in Rock 
Segregation in Virginia an teu @ 
Pro-segregation petitions are tery. 
béing circulated in Northern. Mr. Taylor 
Virginia in an attempt to influ- <«uffered a fatal 


ence the General Assembly atheart attack 
its coming session on the school Tuesday at his 


visiting a son. 


Clifford H. Russell, 57, vice 
president and publisher of the 


not to another 

“Segregation itself is invisi- 
ble and will take time to disap 
pear.” she said. “It is better to 
integrate all at once than bBy 
steps and stages, the latter will 
only prolong problems 

She urged the. Council on 
Human Relations to keep its 
program flexible so as to meet 
any emergency that arises 

The Nation will no longer 
tolerate segregation in public 
instituti she declared. 


a 3 

Pie 
Wary's & : 
Va Int 


bd 


ns 


a, made publisher; in stead, who re- 
tired in 1952 
Nathan Diener, 66, president from his post 4 
segregation problem. __ home, 611 Con- of the New York advertising as an adminis- ae andi “ peyton Augett 4 fea Taknine ERE: 
The petitions ask State legi® ctitution ave. M. E. Tay! firm of Diener and Dorskindstrator in the or e Washington ost, brief- dow 

eters, Seen ee Sine. He hed re ~* ™ ayl0F ‘formed 35 years ago with Ben- r e ¢ onciliation ™*- Grinstead ly in 1947. He was editor of 

Richmond on Aug. 2/, to “pre- tired Jan. 1 from the coal busi- jamin Dorskind: in San Rafael, and clearance division of the the Signal Corps Messenger at Mrs. Ada Sisies of Cont ten | 
serve our system of segregated ness he operated under his own Calif., while visiting his daugh- General Accounting Office, Fort Monmouth, N. J. from A 


Mrs. Helen 


Anne Martindale 


| 
of 


name at Maine ave. 


Won't Go Back 


Anne Martindale said yester- P 


day she will not seek reinstate- 
ment in her job as assistant 
supervisor of sports and direc- 
tor of tennis for the Arlington 
County Recreation Depart- 
ment 

Miss Martindale, 39, was dis- 
missed from her job by Recrea- 
tion Director W. A. (Buck) 
Richardson on grounds of in- 
competence and insubordina- 
tion 

About 50 persons, including 
tennis star Pauline Betz Addie, 
appeared at an Arlington Coun- 
ty Board meeting last week to 
protest the firing. Miss Mar- 
tindale, who has been with the 
Afiington department for three 
years, Said yesterday she is 
considering recreation work in 
California 


Policeman’s Shot 
Flushes Sus pect 


public schools 

Jack Rathbone, leader in the 
ro -segregationist Arlington 
chapter of Defenders of State 
Sovereignty and Individual] Lib- 
erties’ said yesterday the peti- 
tions represent a “grass roots 
vote of confidence for Governor 
Stanley.” 

Alexandria's delegate to the 
Virginia General Assembly, 
James M. Thomson, has made 
petitions available at his law 
office. Thomson, an anti-inte- 
grationist,said he had not origi- 
nated the petitions, but that he 
had been asked to present them 
to the Assembly. 


Group Hits ‘Usurpation’ 


By Federal Government 


LURAY, Va., Aug. 9—A res- 
olution “deploring the usurpa- 
tion of states rights by the Fed- 
eral Government” was unani-; 
mously adopted today by 200 
delegates from the Mutual In- 
surance Companies of Virginia 
at the close of their 34th an- 
nual convention. 

States Attorney General J. 


: 


Joseph P. Eathorne, 23. of Lindsay Almond Jr. told the 


and O ter. 


st. sw. 
Archie Galbraith Cameron, 
As a 15-year-old boy he went ¢; sneaker in the House of 
to work for the Stephenson Representatives in the Aus- 
brothers in their coal yard and tralian Federal Parliament, was 
took over the business when 4 Wartime Minister for Com; 


merce and the Navy, and a for- 
they died. He coaled boats that mer Postmaster General: 


carried passengers and freight sydney. 
een Was 7 

between vesmingen ane Balti- James Gray Watson, 70, of 
more as well as supplying fuel , ongmeadow, Mass., editor of 
to homes and businesses. New England Homestead, an 

He was a life member of agricultural _ Magazine, since 
Dawson Masonic Lodge No. 16, 1932; in Burlington, Vt. 

His first wife, Ruth Grifii Dr. Edmond L. Schmidt, 36, 
Taylor, died in 1918. a histologist in the Univer- 

In 1934 he married the for- sity of Connecticut’s zoology 
mer Blanche Dorothy Hibbs of department; in Franklin, Conn. 


Washington, who survives. Also 
surviving are his sister, Flor- ag me BR ge al 
ence I. Coakley of the home os 

ing agency, Atlanta, Ga., and a 
address: a brother, Robert Ll pormer spo riter. Broke ifito 
srombanindvon’ nw., and five the newspaper business with 

the Chattanooga Times and 

later came to the Atlanta Con- 
stitution; in Atlanta. 


Scott Helt, 49, veteran broad- 
casting industry member and 
engineer, patent administrator 
for the Allen B. Dumont Lab- 
oratories, Inc., of Clifton, N. J.; 


in 


Trapped Woman 
Drowns in Car 


CHINCOTEAGUE, Va., Aug. 


died Tuesday of cancer at Dis- ' 

trict General Hospital. - er <<. ni he G 
Beginning in the postal ac- efore joining the Guards- 

counts division of the Post Of- ™4n, Mr. Evans was associated 


fice Department, Mr. Grinstead with Hill & Knowlton, a Wash- 
worked his way up to chief of ington public relations firm. In 
the electrical accounting divi- the last few years he edited the 
sion of the office, a post he held Military Government Journal 
for several years. He lived at and News Letter of the Mili- 
3701 Morrison st. nw. tary Government Association. 
A native of Scotland County, He was a Master Sergeant here 
Mo., Mr. Grinstead was gradu-in a reserve Military Govern- 
ated from Quincy (11L) Busi- ment unit. 
ness College and Georgetown A native of Wilmington, Del.. 
University Law School. where some of his relatives are’ 
He was a member of Chevy living, Mr. Evans was a grad-| 
Chase Presbyterian Church, yate of the University of Dela-| 
the Chevy Chase Citizens’ As- ware in Newark,.Del., and at- 
sociation and the Fossils,- a'tended the University of Penn-| 
group of retired men in Chevy sylyania. 


Chase. ' 
Richard B. Wireeler _ 


His wife, Nellie Donn Grin- 
stead, died in March. He is sur-| 
Richard B. Wheeler, 80, fe! 


vived by his daughter, Mar-) 
jorie, of Plainfield, N. J., whose 
husband, the Rev. 


Gerald T.tired Gevernment em| 
Krofin will assist the Rev. Dr. with 30 years service-and @ Iife-|” t 
resident, died 


Paul Ludwig of the Chevy 
Chase Presbyterian Church, 
with the services. Also surviv- 
ing are three grandchildren pital of a heart attack. 

and a brother and sister in’ Mr. Wheeler. 6f 1724 S st.’ 
Memphis, Mo., Louis R. and... worked for the Railway 


long Washington 


Wednesday at Mount Alto Hos- GRINSTEAD. 


Dp m at Pohic 
Pohick Cemetery, Lorton, ¥ 


seaey, JOEN 


© 
but tons 
dren 


il, 
mt C 
August 


fa 
Eamem 


1735 Park rd. nw., a former Ma- 
-Tine, was held under $2000 
bond in Municipal Court yes- 
terday on charges of house- 
breaking. His case was con- 
tinued to Thursday 

Checking a report of a break- 
In at the Arcade Pontiac build- 
ing, 1437 Irving st. nw... Wednes- 
day night, Pvt. William R 
Holden said he looked through 
the front door and saw a man 
whom he ordered to come out 
The saspect fled to the rear 

Holden said he smashed a 
door pane with his gun butt. 
again ordered the suspect out 
and fired one shot at the man’s 
foot. Eathorne walked out 
Holden said, and commented 
“That was close: three inches'” 


Baltimore Business 
Leader Dies in Fall 
BALTIMORE 


jumped to his 


the 16th story of the Munsey ple, said after the meeting: “It 


building, 


in New York. 


Edmund C. Collins, 54, vice 
president of the Harkness Pa- 
vilion of New York’s Columbia- 
Presbyterian Medical Center, 
was former Assistant Attorney 


delegates last night-that the 9 #™—A Navy man and his wife 
real issue involved ts stateS were trapped in their over- 
rights, not the question of de- turned car today when it 


segregation. : 
He said he would fight the plunged off a bridge and Navy 


taking of states rights “all the officers sald apparently a rising 


The family ha 
that tokens of sympathy take graving and Printing and was 
the form of contributions to the a guard at the Treasury's dis- 
American Cancer Society, 


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School Segregation 


FORT WORTH, Tex., Aug. 9 
?—The Board of Education 
decided last night Fort Worth 
public schools will operate un- 
der a policy of racial segrega- 
tion for another year. 

“The interests of all con- 
cerned would be best served 
and the orderly and lawful op- 
eration of schools of the dis 
trict would be best accom- 
plished by continuing the pres- 
ent policy.” the Board noted 
in ordering segregation for the 
1956-57 school year. 


Aug. 9 wr Dr. G. D. Flemmings, presi- fering mainly from shock 
Fred H. Alperstein. prominent dent of the local chapter of the, 
Baltimore businessman, fell or National 
death today from Advancement of Colored Peo-' 


’ 


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Association for the 


doesn't meet with my approval. 


Alper @>in, 58. was president,We- have given the Board 


of the Gaxton Co 
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problems that might arise.” 


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* Colombians in the city oi 
Cali on Tuesday were cele- 
brating the anniversary of 
the 1819 Battle of Beyaca, 
a decisive engagement in 
the nation’s war for inde- 
pendence from Spain, 
when a ball of fire rose 
above the town, followed 
by a deafening explosion. 
The blast was caused by 
the detonation of seven 
truck leads of gevernment 
dynamite. The trucks had 
been parked in a densely 
populated downtown area. 
Yesterday a press censor- 
ship was still clamped 
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He Won't Let Circus Die ° 


By Ralph F. Reikowsky 
Stall Reporter 

“The greatest show on earth” 
folded its tents last month in 
midseason but the tradition of 
the big top is far from being 
just @ memory 

The Mills Brothers Circus. 
now touted as “the largest in 
the United States.” rolled into 
town for two one-night stands 
m the nearby Maryland area 

Jack Mills. manager of the 
tidy little show, said it will stay 
m the sawdust trail “as long as 
im able to stand.” 

The Ringling Brothers-Bar- 
num and Bailey Circus will be 
yack next year, he predicted 

“I'm sure of it.” he said. “The 
stockholders won't let it die 


Seme of them are show peo 
ple ¥ 

The closing of the Ringling 
Circus has had the effect of 
sacking them in” whenever 
the smaller troupes come Ww 
town. Mills said. 

The salty, gravel-woiced man 
wer is one of three brothers 
whe operate ine three-ring cir 
cus. The others are Jake, who 


manages the personnel, and 


H | who runs the conces 
seme. * wand don't forget our Three Mills Brothers performers—Inge Schmitz and Inge Lindaman of Germany 


mo yell a a Oe ste and Ida Rudis of Czechoslovakia—primp before entering the Big Top. 
added. 


Stall Phetes by Vie Casamente 


& 


JAKE MILLS SURVEYS HIS REALM AS THREE OF HIS AERIALISTS REHEARSE THEIR ACT. 
, 
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Mills who began 17 years ago payroll of about 400 persons. 
“with one truck.” a proud of A new troupe of artists are 
aon Rescye ny traditions DiS bired each year, usually in Eu- 

“We've never missed «a per- rope where the brothers an- 
formance. never been a minute nually go while the show is in 
late for a performance and winter quarters at Greenville, 
never played on Sunday. We've Ohio. But some of the old- 
never missed a payday and timers are still around. 
don't owe anyone a red cent,” Mayme Ward, one of the 

said Fiying Wards, is too old and 


. 


a veteran clown-contortionist 
who has been with the big top 
for more than half a century. 
He wouldn't tell his age but 
he contended he “was a drum- 
mer boy in the Civil War.” 

“You mean the Crimean War, 
don't you?” mother clown 
chimed in. 

The informality of the big 
top was evident in another in- 


+ troduction Mills gave to one of 


to operate. every one of our costumes.” 
Das 100 artists and a total Then there is Buck Leahy, 


. 


’ 


his aides: “Meet George—he 
went to college.” 

From a stand in Northwest 
Branch Park in  Chillum 
Wednesday the show went to 


Cabin John yesterday. Today 
the circus moves to La Plata. 

The Mills Circus is one of 
the few remaining troupes in 
the country, among others are 
the Cole Brothers, the Pollack 
Circus, which plays the Pacifie 
Coast area, the Cristiani Broth- 
ers and Charles Hunt. 

This year also spelled the 
end of the King Brothers Cir- 
cus. It was “jinxed” early -in 
the season by a series of ac- 
cidents which included the loss 

and lions, the 
of engines on 
ks, and a fire in 


The Washington Posi 


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1956 PAGE 26 


The Shape of Suez 


President Eisenhower's plan to meet with congres- 
sional leaders on Sunday emphasizes the gravity of 
the Suez crisis. The inflamed passions could easily 
lead to war, and the expected announcement by 
Colonel- Nasser over the weekend could further 
exacerbate the situation. The American interest 
is first cf all to restrain these passions so as to 
permit rational consideration of the international 
issues; but it is not inconceivable that if the nego- 
tiations at London go badly some sort of authority 
from Congress may be needed. 

The Secretary of State, after his initial mis- 
judgment in the method of withdrawing the proffer 
of help to Egypt on the Aswan Dam, has shown a 
rare degree of understanding both of the issues 
involved in the nationalization of the Suez Canal 
Co. and of the importance of winning world opinion 
for any solution. The seriousness of the situation 
goes far beyond any considerations of domestic 
politics, and Mr. Dulles deserves the support of his 
countrymen. 

The problems at London are complicated consid- 
erably by the Soviet note conveying a conditional 
acceptance. This is a masterful document from a 
legal and psychological standpoint. It makes a 
case on Egypt's rights as well as on the obligations 
of the 1888 Constantinople Convention that the 
British will find hard to refute. The Western 
powers may well not be so satisfied with Egypt's 
assurances about free access to the waterway as the 
Soviet Union professes to be; indeed, they cannot 
retreat in their demand for international guaran- 
tees. But the Russians have made a compelling 
argument that nothing Nasser has done in present 
circumstances would justify the use of force. 

There is one crack in the Soviet argument: the 
case of Israel. Egypt has in fact not only blockaded 
Israeli shipping, but also prevented ships of other 
nations with nonstrgtegic cargoes bound for Israel 
from using the canal. The United States Govern- 
ment regards this as a patent violation of the 1888 
treaty; and the United Nations Security Council 
twice condemned Egypt on this score (although the 
second protest was blocked by a Soviet veto). The 
trouble is that nothing was done to follow up the 
protest. Thus while the Russian note omits any 
mention of this case of Egyptian defiance of inter- 
national rights, the Western position is not strong. 

When all the Soviet diversionary points are 
added up, however, the fact remains that Russia 
has accepted the invitation. Compromise may be 
possible on the list of invitees and on postponement 
if necessary. Actually, the Russian interest and 
the American interest, for differing reasons, may 
be parallel in that each country seeks to prevent a 
military clash. The Russiams may be in a position 
to restrain Colonel Nasser. India’s acceptance of 
the ‘invitation, and her recognition of the inter- 
national issues coupled with her protest against 
the military gestures by Britain and France, also 
may have a calming influence. 

The task of the conference is a fantastically large 
one: to satisfy Britain and France, which see their 
vital strategic interests imperiled, and to persuade 
Nasser “to agree to international guarantees that 
will assure free access to the canal while respecting 
Egypt's rights. World opinion is probably a more 
significant force than military measures in accom- 
plishing this. At the same time, it can scarcely 
be doubted that a complete breakdown would in- 
evitably involve the United States if it were not 
to split with its closest allies and witness a breakup 
of NATO and the Commonwealth. A determina- 
tion to do whatever is necessary to keep the canal 
open must remain a cardinal principle of American 
policy. That is why it is so crucially important to 
focus on the main point of international guaran- 
tees irrespective of all side issues. 


Postscript on McKeon 


The conviction of Sergeant McKeon and the 
sentence imposed upon him by the court-martial 
at Parris Island seem to have left a good many 
Americans dissatisfied.. There are some who be- 
lieve the prescribed punishment to be unduly 
mild in view of the fact that six deaths by drowning 
resulted from the sergeant’s decision to lead his 
platoon on a night march into the tidal swamp as 
a means of teaching them “discipline”; and there 
are those who believe that, since such disciplinary 
measures were a common practice among the Ma- 
rine drill instructors at Parris Island, Sergeant 
McKeon was far more unlucky than culpable, and 
that the sentence is accordingly much too harsh. 
Again, there is a widespread belief that McKeon 
has been made the scapegoat for weaknesses in- 
herent in the methods of training Marine recruits. 

With this last point of view we have a good deal 
of sympathy. The testimony at the court-martial 
indicated that, as the drillmasters at Parris Island 
went, Sergeant McKeon was one of the mildest and 
best liked, that the device of disciplinary night 
marches was by no means unusual and that in this 
tragic case he had decided upon it only as a last 
resort in dealing with an exceptionally unruly 
platoon. But it was also shown that Sergeant Mc- 
Keon, like most of the other drill instructors, had 
an almost religious devotion to the Marine Corps 
and its training methods. Thus, as we said in our 
editorial of April 13, it is these methods, rather 
than the personal guilt of Sergeant McKeon, that 
are really in question. With this judgment General 
Pate, the Marine Corps commandant, appeared for 
a time to agree. When he received the report 
of the Naval Board of Inquiry, General Pate prom- 
ised that the Corps itself would be on trial. 

Later, however, General Pate seems to have 
changed his opinion; for when he was summoned 
as a witness by Emile Zola Berman, McKeon’s 
civilian attorney, the general testified that in his 
view the necessities of discipline would be satis- 
fied by depriving the sergeant of one of his stripes, 
by transferring him to another post and by dis- 
qualifying him for any further work in the training 
of recruits. General Puller, a retired Marine hero 
and a great favorite among the enlisted ranks, who 
also was summoned as a defense witness, went 
much further and approved the actions and judg- 
ment of Sergeant McKeon to the full. This testi- 
mony, and the decision of the law officer, Captain 
Klein, USN. to admit it over the protests of the 
prosecuting officer, seems actually to have injured. 
McKeon, for it placed the court in an extremely 
awkward position. If members had acquitted Ser- 
geant McKeon, or found him guilty only on minor - 
counts involving relatively slight punishment, they 

under 


for his client really defeated his own purpose. The 
probability, however, is that Sergeant McKeon’s 
punishment will be considerably mitigated during 
the process of review. Meanwhile the question 
concerning the wisdom and efficacy of the Marine 
Corps methods of training and discipline under 
contemporary realities remains as much unan- 
swered as it was before the trial began. 


Tragedy and Tyranny 


People everywhere will extend their sympathy 


‘to the bereaved residents of Cali, Colombia, where 


perhaps 1000 or more persons have been killed in 
the explosion of seven army trucks laden with 
dynamite. This is the sort of disaster that at once 
elicits the compassion and help of the civilized 
world. There will be very little sympathy, however, 
with any effort by the Rojas Pinilla government to 
use the tragedy as a sort of Reichstag fire incident. 

Bogota newspapers under the thumb of the Rojas 
Pinilla dictatorship have already hinted that the ex- 
plosion could be blamed on the efforts by Liberal 
and Conservative leaders to unite in seeking a re- 
turn to constitutional government. There is a clear 
implication in the accusations that former Presi- 
dents Alberto Lieras Camargo and Laureano 
Gomez, who met in Spain last week to combine 
their efforts to restore freedom, were responsible 
for the tragedy. Dr. Lieras, in particular, is too well 
respected in the free world for any such charge to 
stick; he was secretary-general of the Organization 
of American States in Washington for many years 
and is known as a statesman as well as a. patriot. If 
there was sabotage in the Cali blast, the Colombian 
government has every moral right to seek to 
identify the perpetrators and try them fairly in 
open court. But the Rojas Pinilla dictatorship will 
fool few persons if it seeks to extend its reign of 
terror by resorting to the traditional and trans- 
parent diversionary tactic of tyrants to perpetuate 
themselves in power. 


Handwriting on the Wall 


Judge Paul's firm decree in the Charlottesville 
school desegregation suit was thoroughly justified 
on the legal merits of the case. As the Federal 
District judge noted in his opinion, Charlottesville 
officials in accordance with Virginia policy have 
taken “no steps whatsoever” to comply with the 
Supreme Court decision. The injunction imposed 
at the start of the September school term is the 
price of do-nothingism. Judge Paul's opinion, how- 
ever, does not envisage full desegregation imme- 
diately. It calls, rather, for a “reasonable start” 
toward desegregation next month. 

Legal justification aside, whether this decree is 
calculated to accomplish its purpose within the 
political realm is debatable. Virginia officials with 
the exception of Governor Stanley had been 
rather mild in their reaction to the decision 
of Judge Bryan in the Arlington school suit. This 
decision set a date of next January for beginning 
desegregation in Arlington, and it carried a broad 
invitation fo the General Assembly to enact a pupil 
assignment plan permitting the districting of -stu- 
dents on a basis other than race. 

Will Judge Paul's decree now reverse a moder 
ating trend in the General Assembly? Attorney 
General Almond says it is likely that both cases 
will be appealed together to the Fourth Circuit 
Court of Appeals—a step which would delay the 
effective date at least of Judge Paul's decree. A 
realist such as Mr. Almond must recognize, how- 
ever, that delay is all that an appeal could be 
expected to accomplish. There must be other 
realists among Virginia's leaders who understand 
that at most Virginia can buy a little time to work 
out a good-faith plan that will satisfy the courts. 

The desegregation suit in Prince Edward County, 
which is the touchiest of al] those in Virginia, does 
not come up for argument until November. This 
gives the General Assembly the opportunity to 
enact the pupil assignment portion of the Gray 
Plan and couple it with local option— Such meas- 
ures would ease the transition everywhere and 
make far less probable any precipitate ruling in 
the Prince Edward County case. 

Vision and leadership, however, are the prime 
requisites. Governor Stanley's version of apartheid, 
which excludes any desegregation ever, will not 
do; nor will such actions as that of the Loudoun 
County Board of Supervisors in voting to deny 
funds to any school district that may be ordered 
to desegregate its schools. But if the General 
Assembly when it meets later this month will read 
the handwriting on the wall, if it will accept the 
principle that desegregation is coming and seek to 
accomplish this in gradual and orderly fashion in 
accordance with local conditions, it is altogether 
likely to find that the courts will be sympathetic 
on timing. 


Faster Arterial Traffic 


Traffic Director Keneipp’s proposal that speed 
limits on five arterial streets in Washington be 
raised 5 miles an hour is very modest indeed. 
Radar checks have shown that almost everyone 
traversing the streets in question exceeds the 
speed limits without increasing accidents. In these 
circumstances the retention of unrealistic speed 
limits tends to create an unnecessary law-enforce- 
ment problem even if it does not impede traffic. 

The most hopeful aspect of Mr. Keneipp’s recom- 
mendation is that it is the first step toward mod- 
ernization of the District's “antiquated traffic laws.” 
With the aid of radar checks and police studies, it 
should be possible to boost speed limits on many 
Washington streets without increasing hazards. 
Though traffic congestion has mounted, the auto- 
mobile is much safer to operate than it was 25 
years ago when the present speed limit was fixed. 

Along with highér speed limits on arterial high- 
ways, and the elimination of traffic bottlenecks, 
should go.a speed-up in the construction of such 
thoroughfares themselves. Recent civil defense 
studies have indicated how desperately Washington 
needs more radial highways. Motorists ought to 
be able to drive into the city from all different 


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Letters to the Editor 


Atomic Power 

Your editoria: on July 26 on 
the defeat of the Gore-Holifield 
bill states that the House Ap- 
propriations Subcommittee ac- 
cused me of “uplicity” and 
“fraud.” 

What transpired before the 
Subcommittee can be briefly 
summarized. Its chairman vig- 
orously objected to part of a 
letter from the Commission to 
the Joint Committee on Atomic 
Energy. That letter, which stat- 
ed a legal opinion of the Gen- 
eral Counsel of the Atomic En- 
ergy Commission, was signed 
by the Acting Chairman of 
the Commission in my absence 
from Washington. I took full 
responsibility for the letter, as 
indeed I must as Chairman for 
all Commission affairs. 

In essence, it was a disagree- 
ment over an involved legal 
point, but certainly the Com- 
mission acted properly, in good 
faith, and even on requést, 
when it informed the Congress 
of our General Counsel's opin- 
ion. 

The charge of “fraud” is not 
to be found in the report which 
the Appropriations Committee 
of the House adopted. 

I will appreciate an appropri- 
ate explanation of this and, 
since the Committee did not 
make the cherge, a public 
avowal that The Washington 
Post itself did not’ intend to 
accuse me of “fraud.” 

LEWIS L. STRAUSS, 


Chairman. United States Atomic 
er Commission. 


sy 

Washington. 

Editor's Note: Mr. Strauss’ 
summary is correct. The testi- 
mony before the Subcommittee 
did indeed concern a dispute 
about differing views of an in- 
volved legal question. The 
charge that the Atomic Energy 
Commission's legal argumerit 
was “fraudulent” and “duplici- 
tous” appeared in a draft report 
submitte1 by the Subcommittee 
Chairman. The word “fraudu- 
lent” was remored in the final 
report of the full Committee. 
This report did not accuse Mr. 
Strauss of “fraud” and we dis- 
avow any intention of doing so 
tm owr editorial. We are happy 
to make the record entirely clear 
on this. - 


For Safer Streets 


Your Aug. 3 issue contained 
@ picture of the first place 
award for the 1955 National 
Pedestrian Protection contest 
for cities of one-half million to 
one million population being 
received by a young lady on 
behalf of the District of Co- 
lumbia. 

The same issue contained a 
story of a pedestrian having 
been killed when struck by a 
truck as she was c the 
street at First and C sts. se. I 
am sure that the victim’s fam- 
ily takes consolation in the fact 
that Washington drivers kill 
fewer pedestrians than in other 


‘cities of similar population. 


Dead automobile riders are 
no less dead than those killed 
while walking, so an award for 
fewer dead pedestrians is mis- 
leading. The fact is that, in 
the same issue, the District traf- 
fie toll for 1956 was listed as 
numbering 38 deaths as com- 

ared with 31 on the same date 
ast year. This is an increase 
of about 20 per cent which, if 


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


by joining local safety organi- 
zations or forming emergency 
traffic safety committees. They 
are beginning to marshal! public 
opinion behind efforts of the 
police and courts to put a stop 
to a senseless Slaughter of 
more men, women and children 
each year than were killed in 
four of our wars, including the 
Korean war. 

There is no citizens’ organi- 
zation in Washington that is de- 
voted to making our streets 
safer. Perhaps in a voteless 
community, citizens’ organiza- 
tions are not as effective as in 
other cities. Nevertheless, an 
effort to arouse citizen support 
behind a continuous drive for 
traffic safety should be made. 

As stated in the new Adver- 
tising Council campaign to stop 
accidents, “where laws are en- 
forced, deaths go down.” But 
laws are not enforced strin- 
gently enough unless the pub- 
lic gives real support to the 
authorities. 

ALLAN M. WILSON, 


Vice President. The Advertising 
Council. inc. 


Washington. 


‘Disgruntled Virginian’ 

Please permit me to offer to 
J. F. Nelson Jr.. whose let- 
ter appeared in your Aug. 1 
edition, a handshake and a pat 
on the back. I am sure that you 
have many other Virginia read- 
ers who agree with Mr. Nelson 
that it is more desirable to re- 
main law-abiding citizens of 
these United States than to be 
dragged into a degrading paro- 
dy of the Civil War. 

I have followed the shift 
from the Gray Plan proposals 
to the present open disavowal 
of any intention to integrate, 
and it has left me with a feel- 
ing of disgust. The underlying 
sexual fear, finding expression 
in the premise that schoo] in- 
tegration will result in “dmal- 
gamation of the races,” is prob- 
ably highly interesting to the 
psychoanalysis, but hardly de- 
serves recognition as a prim 
ciple for legislation. Even Sig- 
mund Freud would consider 
quite beyond redemption, the 
prurience of persons who con- 
sistently confuse the clang of 
a school bell with a mating- 
call. 

BEATRICE NAFTALIN. 

Fairfax, Va. 


America’s Musical Talent 


May I speak up on behalf of 
American musical talent? What 
about American musical talent? 
many people will say. It is 
very well taken care of. Every 
year we offer innumerable 
scholarships, some of the best 
teachers and musicians in the 
world are gathered here and 
our ‘students are benefiting 
from their experience and art- 
istry. The music students of 
this country, unlike those of 
Europe, did not have their 
studies interrupted by war, 
with the consequent loss of 
time, health, instruments and 
opportunities. The American 
musical student is indeed de- 
veloping under ideal condi- 
tions. 

But tue musical student of 


today is the potential young. 


artist of tomorrow. It is for 
our young artists that I wish 
to speak. Once our musical 
larvae have left their ideally 
equipped musical cocoons and 
turn into gloriously gifted and 
trained musical butterflies, how 
much scope do we offer them 
to try their newly unfolded and 
beautiful wings? The answer 
is, we offer pathetically little. 
Again, unlike their European 
counterparts who have endless 
opportunities for performance 
and development in small and 
in large cities, and both with 
small and large orchestras, our 
Poin | and talented musical 
fledglings find opportunities 
for perfomance virtually non- 
existent. 

Try to sponsor some gifted 
young American artist and you 
will get a stock answer from 
both managers and orchestra 
conductors. “We can use only 
box office attractions, and can- 


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plead with sincere concern for 
the young American artist of 
today and possibly tomorrow. 
I plead for his birthright, which 
is his right to be heard in his 
own eountry above all, under 
the most favorable conditions 
we can offer him, so that he 
may achieve recognition and 
growth With the dignity due 
him as an American artist. A 
true change of heart toward 
him must take place. 

May I make now some sug- 
gestions about how to achieve 
this? After due consideration 
and many years of teaching 
and musical activities in vari- 
ous parts of this country, |! 
am convinced that our music 
scholarships are awarded some- 
what indiscriminately. We 
must have stiffer requirements. 
In lavishing these facilities so 
easily upon the merely talent- 
ed, not only do we nourish 
false hopes for them, but also 
we unduly crowd the musical 
profession. ' 

Scholarships should be grant- 
ed ae to the superior talents, 
of truly concert caliber. More 
money should be provided for 
such superlative talents to help 
them to meet managerial and 
advertising fees during the ini- 
tial two or three years of their 
concert careers. During this 
period of time they will de- 
velop into what is termed a 
“box office attraction” and at 
the end of this allotted period, 
of no less than two to three 
years, they should be left to 
their own resources and to that 
of their managers. From then 
on it will be the survival of the 
fittest but in terms of growth 
and artistic development. 

Also, large and small com- 


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Be 


Dump Nixon Drive 
Has Wide Response 


By Marquis Childs 


REGARDLESS of what the Republican 
regulars and the professionals say—and 
they believe that they have already 
slammed the door on his “open conven- 
tion” proposal to substi- 
tute Gov. Christian A. * 
Herter of Massachusetts | 
for Vice President Rich- © 
ard M. Nixon—a sam- 
pling of the thousands of 
letters coming in to Har- 3 
old E. Stassen shows a 
wide response from al- 
most every part of the 
country. 

Stassen, who drew 
down the wrath of the 
Republican organization when he came out 
for an Eisenhower-Herter ticket, says the 
mail is running about two to one in his 
favor. Many letters contain contributions 
ranging from $1 to $1000. 

A sampling by this reporter of favorable 
mail received over four or five days shows 
several things. 

First of all, it indicates that the letters 
are not from the extremists or screwball 
fringe but from solid citizens, with a pre- 
ponderance of lawyers, doctors, ministers 
and other professional people. Many are 
from independent voters, many from Dem- 
ocrate who say they voted for President 
Eisenhower in 1952. Some are from lifelong 
Republicans. | 

A large majority say they want to vote 
for President Eisenhower again but they 
cannot do so if Nixon is on the ticket. 


Childs 


cos 

GEOGRAPHICALLY, California leads, 
but the populous ipdustrial states on the 
Eastern seaboard are close behind. Letters 
have come from every state in the Union. 

“We voted for President Eisenhower in 
1952,” a Los Angeles minister writes, “but 
we will be very reluctant to vote for him 
this time if Nixon is the vice presidential 
candidate in the light of all the circum- 
stances. Keep up your crusade to get a free 
convention and the strongest possible 
ticket.” 

“I am chairman of Ward 8 of the Repub- 
lican Party in my town and I know there 
are many people who would be inclined to 
vote Democratic if Mr. Nixon is again the 
running mate of our beloved President,” 
writes a lawyer in a small Massachusetts 
community. 

“In a recent informal canvass of some of 
my friends in the Independent Voters 
League, I determined that of 51 people with 
whom I spoke, 48 registered Republicans 
will vote Democratic if Nixon is forced 
upon them as Eisenhower's running mate 
for the next election,” a Philadelphia cor- 
respondent says. 

A writer in Tucson, Ariz... declares: 

“There are 12 members of our Demo- 
cratic family who veted for President 
Eisenhower. None of these 12 will vote the 
Republican ticket if Mr. Nixon is nomi- 
nated for Vice President, because they are 
convinced that Nixon is not presidential 
caliber and they feel the hazard is too great 
to chance his becoming: President. . 

Some writers: tay°that they have noth- 
ing against Nixon and they even express 
admiration for him, with the limitation that 
they do not believe he is up to being Presi- 
dent. 

ow 

ONE CORRESPONDENT in Buffalo, 
N. Y., says he is 25 years old, a member of 
the New York Young Republican Club who 
voted for Mr. Eisenhower in ‘52 but is 
“dead opposed” to Nixon out of a convic- 
tion that the vice presidential nominee 
“should always, and rarely is, viewed in the 
light of presidential successor.” 

“You voiced the hopes and wishes of mil- 
lions of independent and inarticulate vot- 
ers who will not vote for Mr. Eisenhower if 
Nixon is on the ticket,” a lawyer in Hart- 
ford, Conn., wrote on expensive engraved 
stationery. 

Vice President Nixon's associates have 
let it be known that he, too, has received a 
large volume of mail since Stassen touched 
off the controversy, and virtually all of it is 
favorable to Nixon. The belief in the Stas- 
sen camp is that this comes from regular 
Republicans whose loyalty to Nixon cannot 
be doubted. But Stassen's point is that if 
the GOP is to win, the support of independ- 
ent voters is vital. 

No prominent Republicans have at this 
writing given Stassen any public support, 
In fact, Republicans in the so-called liberal 
wing of the party who might have been ex- 
pected to side with Stassen have felt com- 
pelled to come out for Nixon. 

But, nevertheless, the response that has 
come to Stassen in such volume from ordi- 
nary citizens cannot be ignored. 


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Matter of Fact e @ « e By Joseph and Stewart Alsop 


Harry Truman’s Role 


HARRY S. Truman's jour- 
ney to Chicago poses what 
may be called the other big 
question about the Demo- 
cratic convention. (The No. 1 
question, of course, is whether 
the North-South coalition sup- 
porting Adlai Stevenson will 
be split by a civil-rights fight.) 

The question about Truman, 
as it has been phrased by 
Averell. Harriman himself, is 
whether he will “take his 
coat all the way off, or only 
half way off” to fight for Har- 
riman's nomination. As these 
words are written, the Tru- 
man coat is ¢ertainly half 
way off already. 

In the earlier period of pre- 
convention maneuvering, the 
former President always pub- 
licly maintained that he had 
no candidate, but even then 
his impartiality had a quality 
all his own. He disiiked Sen. 
Estes Kefauver enough to say 
so openly. He disliked Adlai 
Stevenson enough to say s0 
privately. And he liked Gov- 
ernor Harriman enough to say 
so both publicly and privately. 

While Kefauver was still in 
the race, and there was still 
some chance of a sort of 
balance between candidates, 
Truman did not go much fur- 
ther than letting his own 
views be known in this man- 
ner, so that the professionals 
could not misthke where he 
stood. But when Kefauver’s 
withdrawal thoroughly upset 
the balance, Truman made at 
least one major effort to re- 
store it again. This was in his 
home state of Missouri, where 
he is not a delegate, but has 
much natural influence on 
the delegation. 


WITH THE several Missouri 
delegates who sought his coun- 
cil, Truman was rather sharply 
critical of Adlai Stevenson, 
questioning Stevenson's abil- 
ity to Wage a tough campaign 
and attacking his standing as 
& political professional. Some 


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of the bad feeling between the 
two men evaporated after 
Stevenson went to see Tru- 
man in Chicago last July; but 
there was still a sharp edge of 
bitterness on such Truman re- 
marks as his forecast, “Why, 
if Stevension is ever elected, 
he won't let us inside the 
White House.” 


More positively, the former 
President strongly urged Mis- 
souri National Committeeman 
Mark Holloran and other Mis- 
souri delegates to continue 
voting for Missouri's favorite 
son, Sen. Stuart Symington, 
for at least two ballots. This 
was a direct effort, of course, 
to aid Averell Harriman's 
Strategy of holding the 
favorite son delegations in 
line, and thus stopping the 
Stevenson bandwagon. 


Truman told his fellow 
Missourians frankly that he 
wanted. them to -stick with 
Symington because he thought 
this would help Harriman. 
Harriman he said, would be a 
fighting candidate. Only a 
fighting candidate, in his 
opinion, eould challenge the 
personal appeal of President 
Dwight D. Eisenhower. So he 
was for Harriman and made 
no bones about it» 


THUS IT IS clear that the 
Truman coat is half way off. 
To take it all the way off, 
however, the former Presi- 
dent will have to take two 
very serious steps. He will 
have to come out publicly and 
unequivocally for the Harri- 
man candidacy—which is a 
very different thing from 
using his personal influence 
in private, as he did in Mis- 
souri and will no doubt de in 
Other states. And he will also 
have to give maximum sup- 
port to the Harriman strategy 
of splitting the party on the 
platform in order to split 
Stevenson's coalition. 

On the second point, Tru- 
man has repeatedly said that 
one of his grand objects at 


taking a united Democratic 
Party into the hard election 
fight omitast Eisenhower. 
Anyone who knows 
Truman knows, of course, 
that he will mot tolerate a 
wishy-washy platform. But 
demanding a forthright plat- 
form is a very different thing 
from trying 
platform fight just for the 
sake of a fight. 


AGAIN, Governor Harriman 


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Chicago would be to help in| 


Harry | 


to promote a 


and his friends have repeat. | 


edly asked Truman to an- 
nounce in public the support 
that he has always promised 
them in private. And Truman 
has always 
first, that he did not think this 
kind of public intervention ap- 
propriate for an ex-President, 
and adding, second, that he 


refused, saying, | 


could not make a decision | 
anyway until he had studied | 


the situation in Chicago. One 


of the symptoms of the situa- | 


tion is the inclination of Tru- 
man's own Missouri delega- 


tion to disregard his plea to | 


hold for Symington, and thus 
to assist Harriman. One or 
two of the Missourians are 
Harriman-inclined. The rest 
are either friendly to Steven- 
son, or simply anxious to get 
on the bandwagon. Unless 
there is a big upset in the in- 
terval, at least a majority of 
the delegation is inclined to 
shift to Stevenson at the end 
of the first ballot, or at any 
rate to leave Symington on 


ington is nat anxious to argue 
with the majority. 

Maybe the platform fight 
will change everyth’ng. May- 
be Stevenson and Company 
will somehow arouse the al- 
ways hot Truman temper. 
But although it is dangerously 
close to decision-ttime to be 
making forecasts, it. now 
seems most likely that the 
Truman coat will stay where 
it is, halfway off and halfway 
on for Harriman. 


Washington 


Legislation in His 


HOUSE MAJORITY Lead- 
er John W. McCormack is 
out in Chicago, heading up 
the touchy task of drafting 
the platform 
for the Demo- 
cratic conven- 
tion. But if 
any very radi- 
cal planks get 
into the plat- 
form it won't 
be the fault of 
this Boston 
Irishman. He 
believes in 
proceeding 
with caution. 

Just before he left Wash- 
ington, he told  me:°“A man 
in public life shauid be «a 
leader—but not get too, far 
out ahead.” 

By this  hé meant that an 
elected Representative should 
never get so far advanced 
that the people he represents 
cant keep up with him. He 
should lead them, but slowly 
and surely 

“A man in public life,” said 
the 64-year-old legislative wiz- 
ard, “should try to fogm pub- 
lic opinion. I declare myself 
months ahead on something I 
see coming. Then, when it 
happens, it won't come as such 
a shock to the people. They 
won't be so emotional about 
it—and neither wil] 1.” 

I spent a day with Repre- 
sentative McCormack before 
he left for Chicago because I 
wanted to see how one man 
could attend to so many dif- 


oo .-——_ 


See 
Pocket 


e By George Dixon 


ferent things at once. It was 
a rewarding experience, but 
I'm still slightly dizzy from it. 


NEARLY EVERY ove of the 
435 members of the House had 
a bill he wanted passed before 
Congress adjourned. The Ma- 
jority Leader either got them 
what they wantéd, or a com- 
promise, or pacified them suf- 
ficiently to get them out of 
his shaggy gray hair. 

I asked Mr. McCormack 
how he kept so many things 
in his head. 

“I don't,” he said. 
them in my pockets.” 

He reached into his left coat 
pocket. “These,” he said, 
a out a fistful of papers, 
“are things to be done in the 
Various committees. . These.” 
pulling a sheaf from the right 
pocket, “are matters to be 
taken up with individual Con- 
gressmen.” 

From his lefthand inside 
pocket he drew a wad big 
enough to choke a percheron 
“These,” he said, “are matters 
to be taken up with Sam Ray- 
burn. We meet and go over 
things together every day.” 

“Your right inside pocket is 
bulging the most,” I said. 
“What's in it—the quarterly 
volume of the Congressional 
Record?” 

“These are my Wednesday 
bills,” he grinned. “I accu- 
mulate all the bills I think 
can be passed by unanimous 
consent and put them before 
the House every Wednesday.” 


“I keep 


I TOLD Mr. McCormack I 
had just read a most interest- 
ing article on the functions of 
the Majority Leader by Dr. 
George B. Galloway, chief 
of the Legislative Reference 
Service of the Library of Con- 

ress, ’ 

“Dr. Galloway.” I read from 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
pee _ Friday, August 10, 1956 27 


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Gov. Harriman Accuses Eisenhower 


Of Failing to Lead Civil Rights Fight 


BUFFALO, N. Y., Aug. 9 # 


Gov. Averell Harriman said to- 
inight President Eisenhower has 


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“failed utterly to exercise lead-| 


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“My law comrade, kiddie! ... 


If running away from home 


toward east is only boyish prank! ...1f running toward 


west is Imperialistic deviationism! 


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Six in Truman Cabine 


Said to Support Adlai 


the second. And Senator Sym- | 


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ership on desegregation. 


The candidate for the Demo-| 
cratic presidential nomination | 
also renewed his attacks on 


“moderation” within his own 
party. He said such a policy 
would lead to defeat. 


i 


The Harriman forces repeat- 


edly have useti the term “mod-|er.Nixon 
erate” in reference to Adlai closed, but it followed Presi-\see the President at 10 a. m. 


Stevenson, the front runner for dential 


schedule. 


‘attempt to force Nixon off the 


1956 GOP ticket. 
ees chant ae | Meanwhile, Nixon and for- 
lions” in previous conven- mer New York Gov. Thomas E. 
tions over . _ ra « mat ‘Dewey held a dinner confer- 
choices for, Vice President. ,., ; Washington 
The fourth article of his se- ineeeh bomen ye tes me = 
ries appears on Page 20. meeting as a “social occasion,” 
ok OW. - aoe . gy Nag nee further comment, 

“ee 4 rear. 1¢ President will meet with 
nounced. It caused & *|\Nixon at 9 a. m. White House 
rangement in Mr, Eisenhower's special Assistant William 
Jackson, who originally had 
The subject of the Eisenhow- been slated to confer with Mr. 
talk was not dis-'Eisethower at that time, will 


Assistant-on-Leave Har-| Another morning caller will be 
Stassen’s assertion thati/Agriculture Secretary Ezra 


the nomination. Harriman, due), i. “gaining rapidly” in his Taft Benson. 


ito arrive in Chicago Friday for DAES 
‘the National Convention open-) Caceres r O OO OOrOOrrrrr 


ing Monday, spoke at length on 
the civil rights issue in a speech 
prepared for the 50th annual 
convention of the Alpha Phi 
Alpha college fraternity. 

He declared the Supreme 
Court decisions on segregation 
“are the law of the land” and 
added: 

“President Eisenhower has 
failed utterly to exercise lead- 
ership in this matter. 

“During two years of default, 
he permitted a vacuum to de- 


velop which extremists pro- 


ceeded to fill. 


“If he had, for example, 


CHICAGO, Aug. 9 #—Adlaijthanks to those who have been called together men and women 
E. Stevenson's convention head- advancing my name for the sec- of good will, of different back- 
quarters today said six formerond spot on the national ticket|\grounds and from different 
members of the Truman Cabi- and to now ask them to cease! parts of the country, and asked 


net have come out in support further efforts along this line.|/them 


of -Stevenson for the Demo- 


cratic presidential nomination. 


retary of the Air Force; Howard) Smathers’ ) 
McGrath. Attorney General mentioned off and on as a pos- establish a commission. 


They were listed as Dan Kim-|position in Government other 
of United States would not have arisen. 


ball, who was Secretary of the 
Navy; Thomas K. Finletter, 5ec- 


to work together .. 


“IT am not a candidate for the many of the tensions and emo- 


vice presidency and desire 


than that 


Scnator from Florida.” 


no tions that have developed, in 


the North as well as the South, 


“President Eisenhower asked 


name had been for congressional authority to 


He 


Oscar Chapman, Secretary of sible candidate for the second needed no congressional au- 


the Interior: Sen. Clinton An- 
derson of New Mexico, Secre- 


pusition on 
ticket. 


the Democratic thority. He could have estab- 


lisehed a commission without 


tary of Agriculture; and Jesse) Smathers will go to Chicago it. President Truman did pre- 
M. Donaldson. Postmaster Gen- Friday in the role of senatorial cisely that in 1946. 
eral. 


‘are supporting Ste venson— from Florida and on the slate ers 
Archibald Alexander, who was which supports Adlai Steven- gation laws, 
‘Under Secretary of the Army, son for the presidential nomina- 


that two subcabinet members 
of the Truman Administration 


and Anna Rosenberg, Assistant 
Secretary of Defense. 


Humphrey Hes ‘Frank’ 
Discussion With Adlai 
CHICAGO, Aug. 9 #—Sen. 


Hubert H. Humphrey (Minn.) 
acknowleged today that he had 


the article, “states that ‘the a “frank and friendly” discus- 


Majority Leader often con- 
fers with the President and 
advises with him regarding 
administrative meas ures.’ 
Doesn't it tire you out having 
to dash back and forth all] the 
time between the Capitol and 
the White House?” 

“Not unbearably,” 
McCormack. - “I have. seen 
President Eisenhower only 
once in three-and-a-half years 
On legislation.” 

“Are you resentful?” 

“No, it doesn't disturb me. 
But, if | were the President 
I'd have the Speaker and Ma- 
jority Leader down oftener.” 

“What would you and 
Speaker Sam do for Ike that 
you haven't done?” 

“Well, I think we could 
have upped the amount of the 
foreign aid bill if he'd seen us 
before it was reported out of 
committee. When I tried to 
point this out, the President 
issued a statement that he'd 
seen the members of the For- 
eign Affairs Committee on 
both sides. He overlooked 
the fact that over them are 
the Speaker and Majority 
Leader, and that we 


some influence.” 
Copyright. 1954. King 
Peatures Syndicate. ine 


replied 


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have 


inunciation of Vice President . Bu 


sion with Adlai E. Stevenson 
before announcing he was & 
candidate for the Democratic 
vice presidential nomination. 
Humphrey said he would not 
be seeking the nomination if 
Stevenson had advised him 


campaign chairman and is due 
The announcement also said to address the National Con-“has recognized that some lo- 


vention Monday. 


Harriman noted the court 


calities will have greater prob- 


He is an alternate delegate lems and difficulties than oth- 


Judge Rap 
For Ordering 
Closed Trial 


SACRAMENTO, Aug. 9 
The Third District Court of Ap- 


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; 


in complying” with desegre- 
and added: 
“Governmental authorities— 
Federal, state, and local—have 
an obligation to see to it that 


‘the law, through normal pro- 


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cedures, is complied with.” 
Further outlining his views 


on the controversial issue, Har- 
iriman said: “The Communists 


are making effective use of 


racial discrimination in Amer- 


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ica in their hate campaign 
against us. I have seen it and I 
know that it works. . 
“It is vital to our security 
that we move forward to elim- 
inate racial discrimination in 


peals ruled today that a Call- tow. in fact, and in our hearts.” 


fornia 


Superior judge exceed- 


against it. But he said it would "ed his authority when he barred 
the press and public from the! 
entire proceedings of a S€NS®'times” in » speech last year. 


be “inappropriate” for him to 
comment on published reports 
that Stevenson called him the 
best-qualified man for the tick- 
et's second spot. 

Humphrey also said he favors 
a plank in the 1956 Democratic 
platform which makes it clear 
that the Party supports the Su- 
preme Court decision banning 
racial segregation in schools. 

The Senator, a central figure 
in civil rights squabbles at the 
1948 and 1952 Democratic con- 
ventions, said he has not 
changed his views on the sub- 
ject. But he deplored the “sec- 
tional” dispute over what he 
said was primarily a matter of 


and attitudes.” 


Nixon, Wilson Chosen 


For Keynote Targets 
Chicase Tribune Press Service 
CHICAGO, Aug. 9—A. de- 


Richard Nixon and Defense 


tional murder trial. 
The opinion was 


In his references to modera- 
tion, Harriman did not refer by 
name to Stevensen, who said 
“moderation is the spirit of the 


handed: Ike’s Schedule Changed 


down in a suit by four northern For Nixon Talk Friday 


California newspapers for a 


writ of mandate against Su- 
perior Judge Donald Geary of, 


Sonoma County. 


The newspaper protest arose hold a pg 
earlier this year when Judge conference with Vice de 
excluded spectators and Richard M. Nixon at the White 

the trial. of House Friday morning. — 
of | 
He arran 
said he ordered the unusual President's 
because of expected testi- callers for Friday had been an- 


“means, methods, temperament mony about unnatural sex re- 
defense 


Geary 
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have a more difficult time on to the Kennedy exchequer. 


next Monday. night by Gov. tion of criminal law and are 
Frank G. Clements of Tennes- likely to arise in the future.” 
‘see. | The court said Judge Geary 
Clements read a rough draft Would have been justified, in 
of his address to a small au- the interests of a fair trial, in 
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‘ton Hotel suite yesterday. A\time Mrs. Black was on the) 
delighted listener described it, Stand. | 
as a masterpiece of invective, But it added: 
calculated to stir the assembly) “We do not believe the trial 
‘to wild enthusiasm. Nixon and/court should have excluded the 
Wilson will be assailed in evan- Public during the entire trial. 
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posed to be a practical way 
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phrey could, in a position of 
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tellectual discipline which is 
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torial activities. | The reading lasted 37 min- | 
Most of the vice presiden- ‘utes and Clements paused in testimony was begun and con- 
tial aspirants in 1956 on the 41 instances for expected out-/tinuing it throughout the en- 
Democratic side have 1960 in bursts of applause. The speech tire trial. 
view because it is assumed in ‘concentrated such fire on Nixon 
Democratic quarters that, and Wilson that an adviser 
with Eisenhower unavailable, ‘mildly reminded Clements that 
the Republicans will not be President Eisenhower, after all,' 
able to win in 1960. However, would be the Republican can- 
that is a long way off. didate. This called for some 
The real difficulty that both revision. | 
parties face is the meaning- When the public hears it, 
less “middle-of-the-road” con- ‘the address will include the 
cept which makes no political President in the attack. The 
sense and therefore the elec- issue of Mr. Eisenhower's 
tion is reduced to a “cult of health will not be mentioned.’ 
personality.” As it stands to- 
day, both parties are without | 
basic philosophies. Sherman “ee 
Adams’ effort to harpoon To Seek No. 2 Spot 
so-called intellectuals into the | Associated Press 
Republican Party assumes! Sen George A. Smathers (D- 
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choosing a Vice President ee 
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The Washington Post | 
7 Jor and about WOMEN 


1956 


5) 


SY 
el 


FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 


all 


Style Show Tosses Bouquets to Brides 


The Lohengrin March Begins Again 


AUTUMN BRIDE—Hecht's gave a Chrysanthemum Wed- 


ding 
haired Yvonne McCuskey. 


in honor of fall brides yesterdays 
wearing this white corded faille 


evening. Copper- 


Thaver s Tell-a-Scope 


gown with simple lines 
fingertip 


the show spot! ent. The gown 


‘ Photesrapher 


an alimost-rounded neckline and 
p veil was the last of the modei-brides to step into 
is available at Hecht's 


And Here Is Charlie—Out of Context 


By Mary V. R. Thaver 

ONE OF THE most fas 
cinating experiences in Wasb- 
ington is attending Secretary 
of Defense Charies E. Wil- 
son's press 
conference. 

The confer- 
ences are set 
in an anony- 
mous Pen- 
tazgon room, 
gray walled, 
the ceiling a 
grid of light- 
ed glass, with 
little to dis- 
tract the eye 
except enlist- Mrs. Thayer 
ment posters on the walls 
and the Defense Department 
seal above the green-baize- 
covered table where the Sec- 
retary sits. 

Mr. Wilson doesn't stage 


too many, this week's round 
up falling between the 50th 
and 55th since be took office 
in 1953. Besides the head. 
line value, the real thrill of a 
Wilson session is an exciting 
lesson in semantics. No one 
in such ‘high position, mest 
probably. has expressed him 
self as uninhibitedly. 

The Secretary mixes siang. 
homey maxims, sarewd huck 
sterisms imfe a sort of De 
troit existentaliem which re- 
quires a glossary to capture 
its more subtle nuances 

However, even semi-trans 
lated. the Wilson sayings, 
gathered over a span of time. 
create a clearer portrait of 
this man-inpower than any 
stringing together of dates, 
anecdotes and factual achieve- 
ments. 


THIS WEEK, unusually re- 
laxed. the Secretary was 
tanned. wore a bright blue 
summer suit, white shirt and 
conservative gray tie 

Hie answered approximate 
ly 48 questions in_less than 
an hour, disposing of sub 
jects like Scez. rumors of 
military manpower cuts and 
inflated defense budgets with 
2 mental fipofthe-hand, 
coining several picturesque 
Wilsonisms while so doing 

It was almost a fun per 
formance. And since. several 
months ago. the Secretary 
went on record with “I am 
sympathetic with taking «a 
phrase out of context,” here 
is Mr. Wilson's own, out-of- 
context profile 


MR. WILSON IN GENERAL 
“It's a defeatist attitude 
to say you can't do better.” 


Town Topics 


Some New Arrivals Meet the Folks 


By Marie McNair 
THE NEW South African 
Ambassador and Mrs. Went- 
vel du Plessis will have no 


difficulty making friends — 


influencing 
people 

Bothare 
rharmi ng, 
natural, 
friendly 

Yesterday 
they met the 
Comm on- 
wealth Am- 
bassadors 
and their ‘ 
wives, and a . 
group from Mrs. MeNair 
thé State’ Department at 
South African Counselor and 
Mrs. Anthony M. Hamilton's 
small garden cocktail party. 
The party took place at the 
Hamiltons’ home in West- 
moreland Hillis. 


AMBASSADOR and Mrs 
duPlessis have come from Ot- 


tawa where the Ambassador 
was South African High Com- 
missioner 

Mrs. duPlessis yesterdays 
learned from “old Washing- 
ton” hands that this was an 
unusually cool summer, and 
jwas surprised to bear that 
Washington w inte rs—com- 
pared to Ottawa s—were mild 

The Capitals young and 


pretty and newest Ambasta- | 


dress wore a silk sheath yes- 
terday of charcoal gray and 
pink splashed on white, and 
a black velvet hat with gently 
rolling brim atop her pale 
brown hair 

Mrs. Hamilton. who has a 
trim little figure. had on a 
pink cocktail sheath with 
rounded neckline and veiled 
in black lace 


HAVING the most fun at 
the party, I think, were the 


Hamilton children—Vanessa, | 
Kathy. and their older broth | 


er. Kim 


Nee TOPICS, Page 34 


mined to get a dipiom 


and Times Herald. 


Wedding 
Bells—Or 


Diplomas? 


SIX of the Capital's top campus contingent think 
a college education should come before marriage 
In an interview with Millicent Benner, these “Big 
Wheels’ tell why, they're college-bound and deter- 
a, despite the engagement 

diarhonds that glitter on their hands. 


There's a lively color photograph taken on the 
local campus scene to illustrate Miss Benner’s up- 
to-date story on college clothes and dates, and the 
co-ed's views on education and marriage. Don't miss 
this entertaining feature in the Sunday “For — 
About Women” Section of The Washington Post 


a 


The girls were never with- 
out trays of canapes, which 
their eager hands kept cir- 
culsting through the garden 

Vanessa has been studying 


ballet with the Canadian 
School of Ballet this sum- 


“I suppose hope 
eternal in the human heart 


or breast.” 


springs 


“It geems the sins of com. 
mission are 
Importent than 
omission.” 


MR. WILSON ON 
MR. WILSON 

“I have the typical split 
personality, I suppose, of the 
average American. Once in 
awhile, I'm a Virginian In- 
dian fighter, and then the 
other times Im a peaceful 
Quaker.” 


“I can never tell what is 
going to happen to me.” 


“As I said, I get into the 
most unexpected things — I 
suppose it's the aftermath of 
the cold war.” 


so 0 6M™mUuch 
ine 


more 
sins of 


“You don't get into trou- 
ble quoting yourself.” 


MR. WILSON ON MONEY 

“Well, I wouldn't like to 
brag about my selling abili- 
ties.” 


Re the sale of his stocks 
when taking office: “I had a 
little sentimenta/ atlachment 
to it.” 


Re research: “|\s very easy 
to waste money on what you 
call research, that is, people 
hide behind the name and go 


See THAY ER, Page Mu“ 


By Millicent Benner 


CHRYS ANTHEMUMS— 
better known in the world 
of flowers than fashion— 
were the inspiration for a 
bridal show staged by 
Mecht’s at their downtown 
store yesterday evening. 

A sittingstanding au di- 
ence of engaged girls with 
their mothers, sisters and 
friends crowded into the 
stores fifth floor audito- 
rium to witness the fashion 
nuptials commemorated by 
Jeanne Ort, herself a newly- 
wed. 

In the barrage of brides, 
no one noticed the absence 
of a bridegroom. Instead they 
concentrated on a wedding 
day dress for the bride. as 
well as frocks for her brides- 
maids, her friends and for 
the mother of the bride. 


ALL OF the bridal gowns 
were of traditional white. 


ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID?—Then this is 
for you. Model Marian McDonough wears a 
ballerina-length net gown of glowing russet 
at last night s C hry santhemum Wedding 


( hurch Supper 


The Old Church. built in 
1692 near Sunderland, Cal- 
vert County, Md. will wel- 
come friends to its annual 
Homecoming Supper held on 
the Church Lawn beginning 
* 3 Pp. ™, Saturday 


Both Locations Open All Day Saturday 
1104 F STREET @ 1203 CONNECTICUT AVENUE 


Ul fly 


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Friday and Saturday Only 


97° 12 


values to 29.95, all sales final, 


sorry, no 


sale at both locations 


mail orders or C.0.D. 


Some were stark in color- 
ing—others subtle. There is 
a preponderance of off-white 
gowns in the fall because 
they complement the bronze 
tans that mafhy an autumn 
bride has acquired during a 
hot summer in the sun. 
Floor-length gowns with 
sweeping trains and simple 


"lines led the parade. Several 


ballerina length gowns were 
aiso shown, but Commente- 
tor Jeanne Ort said the bridal 
popularity of ballerinas is 
waning. 

One anklelength icy white 
taffeta with short sleeves 
a few twist for fall gowns— 
was modeled. 


FOR THE bridesmaids 
there were gowns that 
started in a glowing russet. 
cooled to a teal blue and 
blazed again in burgundy 
Each one was designed to do 
double duty—first for a wed- 


Ba: - Te ee es 2 Sect 


ding and later as a formal 
date dress. 

All of the bridesmaids 
gowns were coordinated to 
those of the brides. In one 
sequence, the bride wore @ 
high neck empire-waisted 
gown and the bridesmaid at 
her side complemented her 
in pink lace with the same 
high neck and . waist lines. 


either a pout of tulle, fying 
panel or bow. 


FOR THE BRIDE'S mother 
there was a dress of violet 
lace over satin violet with a 
soft scalloped neckline and 
another in moss green taffeta 


with a long-torsoed line 
Suggestions for an easy to 
pack trouseau included a 
cocoa colored Forstmann 
wool crepe with a herring- 


—— 


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Bhitpibon 


sour fashion store 


SAL 


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bone tweed jecket and « 
washable winter cotton with 
Siamese colors of burgunéy 
and tea! circling around from 


wok 
a deep breath when they 
caught sight of ——— 


travel, 
for trousseau and iifetese 
use 

The show ended a: Goes 
many 2 wedding with the 
make-believe bride touming 
her chrysanthemum bouguet 
to the audience 


Study Urged 
Of Parents 
Of Delinquent 


NEW YORK. Aug 3 @ 
A settlement house director 
saic today social workers be 
liewe that ‘“e strong family 
life with respect, love and 
acceptance can be the key 
stone in a child's life” 

Discussing the probiem of 
javenile delinquency before 
the fifth quadrennial conver 
tron of the Soroptimist Isrter- 
national Association. Helen 
Harris. director of United 
Neighborhood Heuse,. said 
part of the blame fer jue 
nile delinquency could be 
placed on the parents 

“We must understand whet 
has created the parental eil- 
uation.” she added 

“These who are parents te 
day were teenagers during 
the depression, where they 
lacked security and stability, 
and were teen-agers during 
the war yeers end the after 
math of the war years 

“This has a great deal te 
do with the apsthy on the 
parts of parents—the ‘whats 
the use” attitude.” 

The governing body of the 
Organization which inmeclvdes 
30.000 business and profes 
sional women im 29 countres 
adopted two measures today. 


ONE CALLED for a diree 
tive on policy im support af 
womens rights. This, the 
governing body said. should 
imclude definition of equal 
education eppoertunttiea, 
equal rights with men » ¢he 
economic field. equal pay for 
equal work and equality as 
between parents in the exer- 
cise of rights an@ duties with 


aLroad of maintenance obit 
gations.” The United Netions 
has adopted a convention far 


By Vie Casamente Stal! Photographer LA SALLE Dr Bois 
staged by Hecht'’s. When the wedding is 
over, this bridesmaid’s gown can double as 
an evening dress. It comes with a matching 
silk jacket and is } available at Hecht's 


S& Sand od Streets 
et 7-002 


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THE WASHINGTON POST «nd TIMES HERALD 


Prides. Aogett MO 196 


Girl Friday 


Regatta Secretary 
Hates the Water 


By Elisabeth Skelton 


HELEN WILLER 
reg? “27 l‘acty m Pre: 


More t 
~er self 
limes of speeding pos 
te the 
beat” stationed 
the Georgetoes channel! 


——_ et 


tice 


nigsayr i 


Besides rescaumg press and 
ecentex officsa's LE 
ars 6 pT sor ment 
aboaeri the committee 
and the sometimes ¢amgerous 
trips by shuttle boat te and 


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raceboa. fuel mclodes 
a5 Sel 2s petro 


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Guricg a2 Fierida vacation, 


m goes Sack te 
2 s¥immng 
sppbea “Sink of 
ang a Great 
trip ieft her 

weak ‘or weeks 
It even extends to crossing 
weter Oy bridge. apperentiy 
On a motoring trip recently 
se Woke cul wh a sun 
acetay after crossing the 

Wiss<iserp7 


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As a , secretary, 
Mrs. Miller se husband. 
Pred. is a special FRI agent. 
img toward Ue 
> and 16 event im the 
= Heaury Bu-rougns. 
regatta chairman. at bis Gray 
Limes fice. 10919 I st. oe 
The Willard Hotel wil] be of 
Scial beadquarters duric 
the clacex 

Her other bosses are chair- 
of the commitices and 
Mrs. C. Raymond Wire. gen 
eral chairmen of the G&rst 
regatta ball. The traditional 
Regetta Queen alears so 
lectedjn secrecy by the com- 


> ae | _s* 
Sep 
¢*-~e 


-~ oF 


beat parade. 
”& the Crippled 
Children's Society 
WHEN NOT bacr with the 
regatta. Mrs. Miller ts secre- 
tary 
events. ize 
Bicexo 
spring She previously worked 
Greater National 


in~- 


February through December 
tae 


Washirgton 3 
years ago te marry ber for- 
mer Ind:ama University class 
mate 

From that time. until she 
went te work om the regatta, 
the former Helen Thomes 
had seen only one President s 
Cup Regetta “I got ceugat 
in the traffic at Hains Point 
and coulédat get cat” 


JOAN MORAN 
—HENEY SEYAN 


Mr and Mrs Frank 
oe Detret. Mick. 
te engagement 


or2n 


— i. WAREEN HARVEY * 

Mrs. Mary E. Aruy of Arline 
ten, Va. anmounces the eo 
gagemest of daug™ter 
Jane Eliya. te J. Warren Har- 
ver. som of Mra. Mildred E. 
Harvey. aise of Arlington. 
Va. Mies Arey is a greduste 
ef Washington -Lee High 
Scheel and attended Deckim 
son Cellece Carlisle Pa. 
end ts a g-eduste of the Jan 
tor College of George Wash- 
sagion U mversity Her fiance 


ier 


Engagements 


is aise 2 graduste of Wash 
ingteon-Lee High School, and 
attended the University of 
Alabama. He is presently 
serving with the Ar=y = 
Ft Jackson, S. C. 


MARY LOUISE AENY 
—EARL BH. BALTEEMAN, Jr. 


Mrs. Mary E. Arny of Ariing- 
tom, Va. ammounces the en- 
gagement of ber dsug>'er, 
ay Louise, te Earl BR. Hal 

erman, Jr. son of Mr. Eari 
een also of Arlington. 
Miss Arny is a grodusie of 
Wasningion-Lee High School 
and attended Dickinson Col- 
lege. Carlisle, Pa. and George 
Washington University. Her 
fence is also 2 graduate of 
VUashington-Lee High School 
and 1s presently employed by 
Murphy & Ames Lumber Co. 
Rosiyn, Va 


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BRUINS REGATIA—But Helen Miller. of- 


ficial secretary to the civil leaders staging 
the annual Potomac powerboat classic. 
mits she bates the water. This year she 


ad- 


By Dick Dercey Stal! Photesrapher 


won't have to go nearer to it than the sea- 
wall. Her “office” during the Sept. 15 and 
16 event will be on the shore. 


Whirlwind 


Algerian 
Students 


dre On Tour 


Twenty-four students from 


Bougie, Algeria, took whirl 
wind tour of Wash.ngton 
and they enjoyed every 
minute of it 

The students, ranging in 
age from 16 to 727, are tour- 
in the United States and 
Canada under the sponsr- 
ship of the Council of Stu- 
Gent Travel, Paris. France. 
and the YMCA'’s Committee 
on 
Among Foreign Students. 
This week. the 
have visited 
well-known tourist 
here and have been enter- 
tained by séveral groups. 


THE STUDINTS ak 


Washington better than any 
other city they have visited 
because it is more like Euro 
pean cities, one spokesman 
for the group said. They 
have also been in Toronto, 
Montreal and Quebec City, 
Canada; Buffalo. Detroit. 
Cincinnati, Knoxville and 
Winston-Salem. 


Another feature that has | 


impressed the students on 
their tour is the hospitality 
and friendliness of the peo- 
ple. They were guests of 
various families in Virginia 
while here. 


In charge o° home hospi- 
tality was Mrs. James Brown. 
Mrs. Bernard Wiesman is 
head of transportation. 

The group left for Phila 
deiphia and New York City 
yesterday and will continue 
the tour until Aug 2). 


Friendly Relations | 


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many of the | 
gat ) 


Wedding Announcements 


BELEN CALHOUN 


nounce the marriage of their 
C2ugmtier. Helen Edna to 
(Raries Paul Grier. son of 
Mr. and Mrs Paul Grier of 
Kensington. Md. om Aug 4 at 
the Bethesda Presbyterian 
burch. The bride is a gradu- 
ate of the Sidwell Friends 
Heed College. 
Md. The bride- 
groom i 42 graduate of the 
University of Maryland. The 
couple will reside at Hyatts 
ville, Md. 
BARBARA THOMAS 


—M. da COSTA LIMA 
Mrs. Irving C. Thomas of 


Lima of Recife. Brazil. on 
Aug 4 at the Grace Meth- 
oedist Church, Gaithersburg. 
The bride attended Western 
Maryland College and the 
Johns Hopkins School of 
Nursing. The bridegroom at- 
tended the University of Re- 
cife Medical School. The.cou- 
ple will reside in Baltimore, 
Md. 


LOU BARNES NAILL 
—ROBERT G. MATHEY 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Claude 
Naill of “Evergreen Farm.” 
Westminister, Md... announce 
the marriage of their daugh- 
ter, Low Barnes, to Robert 
George Mathey, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. George Louis Math- 
ey of Mount Rainier, Md. 
om August 4 et the Calvary 
Methodist Church, Mt. Airy. 
Md. Mrs. Mathey attended 
Florida Southern College and 
graduated from the Univer- 


sity of Maryland. Her bride- 
groom is also a graduate of 
the University of Maryland. 
They plan to reside in Hy- 
ttsville, Md. 

NOEL LAMOTTE 
—FREDERICK W. MILES 
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. LaMotte 
of Darien, Conn. announce 
the marriage of their 
daughter, Noel, to Frederick 
Werden Miles, son of Mrs. 
Frederick Miles of Stam- 
ford, Conn. and the late 
Frederick Miles, on Aug. 8 
in St. John’s Wilmot Episco- 
pal Church, New Rochelle. 
N. Y¥. The bride was grad- 
uated from Mt. Vernon Semi- 
nary, Bennett Junior Colleze. 
and Finch College. The bride- 
groom attended. Governor 
Dummer Academy and was 
graduated from Yale Univer- 


sity. He served two years 
with the United States Navy 
and is now with the Inter- 
national Business Machine 
Corp. in New York City. The 
couple will reside in Darien. 


MIRIAM RUTH DUNN 

— ELLIOTT MAYER LYON 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dunn 
announce the marriage of 
their daughter, Miriam Ruth. 
to Elliott Mayer Lyon. son 
of 1. Jack Lyon and Bertha 
Price Lyon of Worcester. 
Mass.. on August 5 at the 
Washington Hebrew Congre- 
gation. The bride attended 
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“BEGINNING AGAIN” 

Here is a2 poem by Lowise 
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I week thet there were some 

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Called the Land of Beginning 

Agar. 

Where all our mistakes and 
ell our heartaches 
And all ef our poor selfish 


grvef 

Could be dropped like «a4 
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We would fird all the things 
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The day for one less fortunate. 


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Agar 

Thess i one 
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QUOTATION 

In answer to the query of 
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Make it do, Do Without.” 


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THANKS to C. H. Leake 
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TRAVEL NOTES 

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border. If this whets your 
enthusiasm, continue on to 
Mexico City. Mexico offers 
a diversity of scenery, a 
people whose way of life and 
language are different from 
ours. All this and it is not 
necessary to cross an ocean 

Last year our family of 
three adults took a motor trip 
lasting three weeks which 
covered over 7000 miles. *We 
spent $8.28 for lodging and 
$3.13 for food per day per 
person 

We kept 
hy preparing our own meals. 
We have a gasoline stove, 
thermos jug and ice chest, 


which ‘s not essential because 


marketing can be done on a 
meal to meal basis. At noon 
we stopped at a roadside park 
and prepared a hot meal. We 
used paper plates and cups. 
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noon w* bought milk to drink 
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skirts and blouses, a rain 
coat, several pair of shoes, a 
warm bathrobe and slippers 
for cool nights 

For gas, a new tire, auto 
insurance we spent $144.65 

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ee 


* Mary Haworth’s 


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: Those Bills Mean 
Lots of Problems 


DEAR MARY HAWORTH: 
I am a daily reader of your 
column. and I am writing to 


[pou im a last effort to solve 


Haworth 


three children, 

“i 2 years. 
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DEAR D.R- It occurs te 
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DIPLOMATIC CONFERENCE—Ambassa- 
dor Gunewardene of Ceylon has a chat 
with Catherine Hamilton, also a member 
of the Embassy Row set 


Reunion Ball 
Is Slated 


The end of World War IU 
will be commemorated at a 
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from 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. at the 
Officers Service Club, 1644 
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Guests will be officers and 
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Hostesses will be daughters 


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I wept the sad life of Dorothy Parker 

When I was young. Her life seemed darker 
Than woman should know at the hands of men. 
Grief ruefully, bluefully dripped from her pen. 


The poet's life! Oh, I ached at the woe of it 
And do today. From the little I know of it 

A lonely love is the poet's lot. 

Still, love's sad songs all boil the pot. 


Ellen Wise 


A Poet Is a Lovesome Thing God Wot 


The Town Has.a Gay Summertime Whirl 


brick, and John F. Simmons, 
Chief of Protocdl, 


Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Regin- 
ald Harmon and Mrs. Robert 
Whitney Imbrie were in a 
conversational group under 
the trees. Still more were Mr. 
and Mrs. Edmund B. Mont- 
gomery, Edgar Morris who 
had come from the Brazilian 
Embassy; Mr. and Mrs. James 
Souby, Mrs. Elonzo Tyner, 
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon P. King 
and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. 
Whittemore. 


TOPICS, From Page 31 


mer. Kathy said yesterday 
she wants to be’a rider—not 
a dancer. 


THE BRITISH Ambasse 
dor, Sir Roger Makins, came 
by. had a chat with Adm. 
and Mrs. Robert Carney. The 
Canadian Ambassador, Arn- 
old Heeney, the Ambassador 
of Ceylon and Lady Gune- 
wardene, Lady Munro, wife 
of the New Zealand Ambas- 
sador who ts in New York 
on U. N. business, and the 
Ambassador of India, G. L. 
Mehta. were all there. 

George V. Allen, whose 
term as Assistant Secretary 
of State for Near East, South 
Asia and Africa will end 
when he leaves as Ambassa- 
dor to Greece, was there with 
Mrs. Allen. Also from the 
State Department were Dep- 
uty Assistant Secretary of 
State, and Mrs. Burke El 


Dinner at Eight: 

ROBERT L. Garner, presi- 
dent of the newly formed 
Internationa] Finance Corp., 
was host at dinner last eve- 
ning at Chevy Chase Club. 
Mr. Garner is former vice 
president of the Internea- 
tional Bank. 

In the group were the At- 
torney General and Mr. 
Herbert Brownell, the Secre- 


By Norman Driscoll, Staff Photographer 


Catherine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Anthony Hamilton (background), who yes- 
terday gave a party for the new South ATf- 
rican Envoy and Mrs. du Plessis. 


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State, Loy Honéitienn” and 
Mrs. Henderson and Assist- 
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ury and Mrs. Andrew Overby. 

Still more were Jay War- 
ren, alternate executive di- 
rector for Canada for the In- 
ternational Bank and the In- 
ternational Finanee Corp., 
and Mrs. Warren; J. Burke 
Knapp, new vice president of 
the International Bank, 
Mrs. Knapp; Mrs. Samuel W. 
Anderson, Mrs. Joseph Rob- 
inson, head of the women’s 
section of the Savings Bond 
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Bosworth, long-time friend 
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mother, Mrs. Robert V. Gar- 
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Preview: 


ERIC Johnston, president ° 


of the Motion Picture Asso 
ciation of America, was host 
at dinner last evening at 
association headquarters and 
afterward gave his guests 
Wshington’s first look at the 
new film, “Solid Gold Cadil- 
lac” with Judy Holliday. 
Guests for dinner and the 
movie were the German Am- 
bassador, Dr. Heinz Kreke- 
ler: the Ambassador of India 
and Mme. Mehta. the Am- 
bassador of the Philippines 
and Mrs. Carlos Romulo, for- 
mer Ambassador and Mrs. 
Amos Peasiee, Mr. and Mrs. 
James Ludlow, Mr. and Mrs. 
Albert ‘Troxal, Mr. and Mrs. 
Raymond Hare, Francis Wil- 
cox, Miss Mary Proctor, Mr. 
and Mrs. Andrew Birding, 
DeWitt Sage, William 
Schmeisser, Mr. and Mrs. 


Clifford Folger, Morris Ca 
fritz, Marvin Braverman, Mr. 
and Mrs. Daniel W. Bell, Mr. 
anti Mrs. Griffith Johnson 
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
Clark. 


Checking Out: 


Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. 
Witt and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- 
ence Fisher will leave today 
to speend the weekend at the 
Farmington Country Club at 
Charlottesville, Va. 


Decorated: 


MERWIN L. Bohan was 
awarded the highest degree 
of Brazil's highest Order, the 
Southern Cross, at a cere- 
mony soaring Fd at 6 p. m. at 
the Brazilian 

Ambassador Ernani — pee 
do Peixoto made the presen- 


‘tation before a company of 


more than 100 guests. 

Included in the group were 
the Ambassador of Mexico 
and Senora de Tello, the Am- 
bassador of Bolivia and Sen- 
ora de Andrade and the Am- 
bassador of Venezuela Cesar 
Gonzalez. 

Among others were repre- 
sentatives of the State De- 
partment, the Export-Import 
Bank and the International 
Bank. 


MR. BOHAN is a fortaeer 
United States member of the 
United States-Brazil Joint 
Commission for Economic 
Development and at one time 
was United States represen- 
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Economic and Social Coun- 
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THAYER, From Page 31 
ahead with a lot of boon 
doggling.” . 

Re Joint Chiefs of Staff: “I 


think most of them would 


like to have the eld pocket- 
book wide open so they don't 
ever have to worry about 
how much everything costs.” 


“It's much easier to do, 
some foolish thing and not | 
appraise it.properly if some- | 


one eise has to pay.” 


Re quotes on his budget: “I 
usually say plus or minus a 
billion or two.” 


MR. WILSON ON HIS JOB 
“You know I work on this | 


business of keeping men from | 
biting dogs.” 


“We have problems enough 
over here if we handle them 
right.” 

“I can offer him a chance 
to get ulcers.” 


MR. WILSON'S MILTARY 
COMMENTS 


“T never believe in _under- 
estimating an enemy.” 

“I haven't noticed it made | 
2 man smarter to put one 
more star on his shoulder.” 


Re Fiejd Marshal Ment | 


pomnat ys ae te Say EE 
than some of the A 
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“Too many electronic ; 


brains.” 


“If we have anything for | 
any length of time we can't 
resist’ telling the Russians 
about it.” 


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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HER ALD 


Friday, August 10,' 1956 


At the Playhouse 


Director Fiddles 
While Books Burn 


By Leo Sullivan 


“STORM CENTER,” 


Council to remove a book titled 
the lending shelves. At first she 


at the Playhouse, a veteran, small-town | 
librarian is confronted by that kind of hysteria fanned by) 
trickery which we term McCarthyism. 


She is told by the City 
“The Communist Dream” from 
consents to the order. It seems 


her only eay to win the long dreamed of children’s wing, now 


offered as a bribe by the Council. ) . 
her integrity again, she once more places the book in circulation. | 


Then. finding the footing cf 


Almost immediately she is branded a Red. 


To begin with, the accusation 


and politically ambitious councilman. 


comes from only one impudent 
Soon she stands accused 


ly the full Council, then the newspaper, and finally the whole 


citizenr 


vy, including the children who are her special interest. 


The proof of Alicia Hull's guilt by association is her name lent 
repeatedly in the past to what now are labeled Communist-front 


tions 
case of book-burning. 


organiza 
isa quiet 


What the hot-headed young councilman initiates 


The result, once he recognizes 


the political potential of the issue, is a witch-hunt. 
One doesn’t have to look far, even today, to find real-life paral- 


lels to L ibrarian Hull's fictional 
as the 
us to bel ie’ But, unfortunate- 
ly, “Storm Center” fails to come 
to grips with it. It is, in truta, 
an inferior motion picture. 

Standing upon an ali too in- 
Bamed principle, Daniel Tara- 
@ash and Julian Blaustein have 
co soda ed a diatribe doc- 
tored up for entertainment pur- 
poses with rather irrelevant 
melodramatics. The first effort 
of what promises to be an en- 
tervrising association, Phoenix 
Productions, the picture is ac- 

lly a daring attempt, which 
erved sounder treatment. 

Taradash, together with Elick 
Moll. responsible for the 
Original screenplay. In an wun- 
questionably sincere effort to 
illustrate the effects of such 
vicious methods, they bave in- 
troduced a subplot of a small 
boy emotionally scarred by the 
incident. And once little Fred- 
@ie Slater's story of utter dis- 
itiusionment is introduced, his 
fallen idol, Mrs. Hulk becomes 
almost as completely ostracized 
by the scripters as the char- 
acter is by the community. 

Not that any actress with the 
intelligence and strength of 
Bette Davis could ever get lost 
in the shuffle. And, in fact, it 
is to her great credit that the 
impression she makes in the 
early portions 
has force enough to carry the 
script’s message through to its 
Wagnerian, ringing end. 

This conclusion, when the 
psychotic child sets fire to the 
old, ivy-hung library structure, 
reflects the producer's passion 
It also confirms a suspicion 
held throughout that Taradash 
was his own worst enemy dou- 
bling in the role of director. 
For. here tds cameras move in 
among the flames as they finger 
and destroy shelf after shelf 
of the world’s great literature 

Certain isolated scenes have 
a Tring of truth. For instance, 
*the Council meeting at which 
the widowed heroine is orig- 


Vu 


inally accused. Brian Keith as — 


the politico brandishes the let- 
terheads and says, “Mrs. 
you must admit that you did 
share some of these people's 
views.” “No.” she shoots back. 
“they shared some of mine‘” 
With Paul Kelly as a weak- 
hearted friend on the Council, 


ini , 
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NEW? 


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citi 
STORM: -STCYR: ‘STARR 
and DORIAN DENNIS 


Nats vs. Boston 
Tonight 8:00 p.m. 


a 


ae Me 


Griffith Stadium 


Advet et sal le at § AAA Locad- 
a €.. 6 Bua 
Rest 


Bank end Grisfita 


sresent calm might lead; 


of the picture. . 


Hull, | 


story. The issue is not as dead 


STORM CENTER A Phoe Pro- 
duction released 1 Cease. Pictures 
Produced by Ju Blaus 5: 
and screenplay ‘by Daniel Tar ash 
and Elick oll. Di fected. by Pa ms 5 
At the Piayhouse 


gar 
Reverend Wi 
Haze 
Senat or Bascom) 
Cari 
Mrs. Simmons 
Mr. Morrisey 
Bert ‘ 
Charlie Rod 
Joe Phillip Crampton 


Miss Davis has a beautifully 
done Cheklovian scene of sur- 
render, as she packs her be- 
longings to escape her exile. 

Yet, on the whole, “Storm 
Center” is a too well-stacked 
deck of cards. 


“LIL ABNER,” the Johnny 
Mercer-Gene de Paul musical 
of our own Al Capp folks, is in 
for a special kind’of welcome 
when it arrives at the National 
on Monday, Sept. 17... James 
Brahms, the amiable boniface 
of Olmsted's, 
other of his generously affec- 
tionate salutes to the theater 
. Having stylishly called his 
patrons attention to “The Tea- 
house of the August Moon” 
and, currently, to “Pajama 
Game” with appropriate deco- 
rations (you should. see those 
pajama-covered walls’), 
now planning to top himself 
.. . Cartoonist Capp has con- 
sented to send along some well- 
chosen pieces of his Dogpatch 
creations—in color—and Rose 
Robinson Cowen, of The Young 
Men's shop, has agreed to lend 


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UPON HIS RETURN. 


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NEW YORK, August 9 — Chet Baker story—his life and and warp them, to get an even 


\lywood 


James Dean, 
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‘us the hero of . 

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fantastic Hol 

saga. 


'VYeteran movie 


S 


Kieron Moore takes his po- 
sition for the take-off of a 
mysterious rocket flight into 
outer space in “Satellite in 
the Sky.” British science fic- 
tion featuring an English 
cast, the picture is at the 
Metropolitan and Ambassa- 
dor theaters. 


pace Man 


her well-acknowledged show- 
manship in hanging them . 
All in all, “Li'l Abner,” already 
making a mail-order dent on E 
st.. is going to know we are 
grateful for the first world pre- 
miere of a musical Washing- 
ton’s had in almost a genera- 
tion. 


ferring in 
tra--rivate 


of keeping the 
Deana vogu »Miss Kilgallen 


“hot” until his final 
Edna Ferber’s “Giant” 


movie— 


cute idea and they'd make an coyturier 


the young actor joves — the jazz world will crazier sound! 
who lived intensely and died hey 


e plenty to gab about be-) 4r THOUGH the film version | 


tween rifts. The latest chapter, of “Anastasia” is set in the | 


set in Detroit, is the topper. . ‘1920s, that’s not stopping the | 


Ava Gardner’s close chums in designers of Ingrid Bergman’s 
Europe register amusement at costumes from one oo 
the rumors of her betrothal to that will be news in 
Porfirio Rubirosa, admit it’s a enciaga, Karinska wy ; seam 
named Kriesener 
ideal pair, but insist clown Wal- have taken the post-World War| 
ter Chiari is the most impor- | years as a mer “point of 
tant man in her life. Whereas departure”. from dresses mod- 
Rubi is serious, if you'll par- ern enough to catise sighs 
don the word, about, an Amer- among the current crop of in- 
ican lady not quite free of her ternational fashion plates. 
present husband. Concessionaires along the 
The newest fad among the Eastern seaboard are moanin’ 


— has Elvis Presley addicts is a pip. the blues. Bad-weather week- 


reaped the anticipated num- They soak his records in water ends have been so numerous 


ber of millions. 


All kinds of gimmicks. from) | 


fan magazine spreads to pil- 
grimages to his grave, will be 
utilized in the campaign to 
preserve the dead youth’s box! 
office value. 

As a macabre example of | 
how the screen publications 
are going along with the mas-' 
ter plan, the November issue! 
of one magazine will feature, 
an afticle on Dean written en- 
tirely in the present tense. - 
if he were still alive: “Whe 
Jimmy relaxes... 
my plays ... Jimmy lives in 
4 wand of gladness.” | 

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| STAIRWAYS 1Water Rate Boost Sought in Virginia [77ST Aleoa Strike |! "as a es 


ree 9 le amma Northern Virginia enstomere owns both the Alexandria with County officials, water. | : ; “9 ites Is Kn d e d by ON SHOCKING / RAW! REAL! 


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i ' lof the Alexandria Water Co.' Water Co. and the Virginia 
company officials and civic as-| x : . 
. RUCKER LUMBER ote WIDE. VISION White girl explorer faces 
t.. 


| face an increase in water rates Water Co., said yesterday that 
1320 Wilson Bivd. JAckson 4-1234 be help pay -for an enlarged customers of the Virginia firm sociation delegates. He said SCREEN! untold danger om nthed 


SK — mm —=\eompany reservoir on Occo- also may pay higher bills. the $3-million to $4-million cost} yee “es 
Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Cir- quan Creek. Barr spoke at an informal of expansion at Occoquan must Pe ae >- ear act ACTUALLY tribesmen, savage jungle 


culation, and order The Wash- j Jj Rarr, president of the meeting of the Fairfax County be made up by higher rates, yea beasts ! 
ington Post and Times Herald American Water Works which Public Utilities Commission although the fitm has not yet ba ; j ‘ 
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2 et Auminum Company of America’ OF UPPER 


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He said customers of the Vir-/ @ % and the United Steelworkers AMAZON! 


SHE FELI ele , ; . ginia Water Co. may face a| 7 ¥! ‘ _ signed a 3-year no-strike con- 

tig ot rate increase unless increased ; tract today that will end a 9- 

IN LOVE : f . A me Pw. revenue through expansion of day strike that has cut alum. 
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| FA | = ent, 8 Pe In either case, before a rise ae 
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58 


Mi d t U d GOP 
" | s 
arged by Magazine 
. . al . . . . * * > * > . united Press 
| The Democratic Party's of. 
ficial magazine, Democratic Di- 
gest, charged yesterday that 
more high Government offi- 
cials have been accused of m.<« 
conduct during the Eisenhower 
Administration than “in any 
Administration since Grant's.” 
Among them, the magazine 
listed Agriculture Secretary 
Ezra T. Benson, Immigration 
Commissioner Joseph M. Swing 
and former Air Force Secre 
tary Harold E. Talbott | 
It said five additional Gov 
ernment agencies have been 
accused of misconduct during 
the past four year's. Four “have’ 
resigned under fire.” the Di- 
gest said, and‘“a fifth quit be-| 
fore the scandal broke.” It said 
the other two, Benson and 
Swing, still are in office. 
The. article charged Presi 


dent Eisenhower with dealing 
with the accusations in a m1is- 


4 


Waving goodby to Capt. Rich 


What will be the big issues 
of the coming campaign? | 
Staff Reporter Murrey Mar. | 
der details them in the Sun- 
day Outlook Section, basing 
his findings on polls among (f 
Congressmen and newspaper 
editors, Democratic county 
chairmen, and Virginia and 
Maryland politicians. 


* ham, 16, left, and Bruce W 


JEFFERSON 
MEMORIAL 


Accor \ated Press 


‘Namination in Doubt 


Missouri's Republican senatorial nomination hinges on 
absentee ballots to be opened today. Albert E. Schoenbeck 
of St. Louis, left, and Herbert Douglas of Neosho, both 
attorneys, ran a neck and neck race with Douglas holding 
a slight edge yesterday. 


ner “just the reverse” of his 
campaign pledges in 1952. P&S 

It quoted Mr. Eisenhower as|f?> 
saying then: “When it comes to) fe 
casting out crooks and their >=" 
cronies, | can promise you that 
we won't wait for congressional 
prodding and investigations. 
The prodding this time will 
come from the top.” 

But, the Democratic Digest 
said, in cases of all agency 
chiefs accused of misconduct 
in the Eisenhower Administra- 
lion, “the corruption was un- 
covered either by congressional 
investigators or by the press 
—never by the Administra- 
ticn 

“Moreover the White House 
never fired any of these offi- 


“> 


— -——— 


¥ HIGHWAY 
BRIDGES 


sh A\ Sa 


Map shows the location of 
the proposed new highway 
bridge. 


Postlude 


Lyric Theater Group 
Stages ‘Princess Ida’ 


By Paul Hume 
It takes a strong productioniof all Gilbert's creatures, Mary 
and some first rate singing to Alyce Bennett raises the tone 


Twin to New 
Potomae Span 


Being Mapped 


A $9-million twin to the New 


In Riverdale 
Aid Offered | 
In Drive on 
Squirrels 


regional 


of. American Airlines are Michael Willing: 


and Times Herald carrier boys. The two, 


’ 


jcharged with assault 


ard Brockway 


| 


enit, 17, Post | 


who won a European tour in a circulation 
contest, left July 25 aod returned to Na- 
tional Airport yesterday. The shoes are 
souvenirs of Holland. 


“ 


Staff Photo 


2 Post Carriers End 


Busy European Tour 


The first 


carrier boys 
when they landed at National 


And no wonder. 
and Bruce Wenit, 17, flew, 
walked, motored, and went 
by rail from the bottom to 
the top of Sweden and all over 
Holland. 

They averaged a reception 
a day, with prime ministers, 
mayors, ambassadors and so 
many other dignitaries they 
have forgotten them. 

They ate more food than 
either had ever seen, starting 
with seven meals their first 
day in Europe and ending with 
a 27-course dinner in Amster- 
dam.. Neither gained weight, 
they said, because they were 
going too fast. 

Mike and Bruce were met 
at the airport by their families. 
Both were wearing wooden 


scandal Highway Bridge is on District shoes. Mike lives at 943 N. Over- 


look dr., Alexandria, Bruce at 
2800 Quebec st. nw. They made 
the trip with 48 other carrier 
boys from all ovér the country. 


The trip was “fabulous, won- 


derful,” both boys said. Bruce 
is going back to Sweden next 
year for the whole 
The reason? “Those 
girls are terrific,” he 

Besides receptions 
included a snowball 


Lapland, ascents of two of Swe- Kosta G 
den’s taller peaks, two nights people in thé Kosta 


thing two Wash- visits to a Swedish glass fac- 
ington Post and Times Herald tory and a Dutch flower whole-: 
said yesterday sale plant. 


“We traveled on every bus 


1 Airport after a two-week touriline in Sweden,” Mike said. “In 
j] of Europe was: “We're tired.” a day and a half we took a 4%- 
Since July bour boat ride from Stockholm 
24 Michael G. Willingham, 16,'to the Baltic, then a 3%%-hour 


boat ride back. Then 3 hours 
on a bus to the Swedish prime 
minister's, then 3 hours back. 
We ended up with a 2-hour 
plane ride to Lapland. The 
whole two weeks was like that.” 

“Getting back to food,” Mike 
continued. “We ate al] kinds 
of fish and cheese. The best 
meal of all was a barbecue in 
a Swedish glass factory. We 
cooked the meat in the glass 
furnaces for a couple of sec- 
onds. 18 was delicious.” 

Mike and Bruce won the trip 
in a contest sponsored in this 
area by this newspaper and the 
American Weekly. They were 
chosen in a series of elimina- 
tions among the 3500 carriers 
of The Washington Post and 
Times Herald. They made the 
trip with 48 other carrier boys 
from newspapers all over the 
United States which inelude 
the American Weekly in their 
Sunday editions. 

The finale for the boys will 


’ 
; 


By RobertsP. Jordan 


James J. Brahms, who cus- 
tomarily holds forth interest- 
ingly and at length on the con- 

| siderable merits of his Olm- 

sted Restavw- 

rant, has anew 
topicthese =) 

days of which, 

incredible as it 

may seem, he 

is even proud- & 


. > 


pute this. inas- e TY ms 
much as the 7 Dad” Brah 
pound 9 ounce boy was. born 


to them last Saturday. Roger’ 


is part owner and manager of 

the Bourbon Room at 1031 

17th st. nw.: Brahms is one of 
the establishment's backers. 

But Roger and Polly named 

| the infant James Brahms Dom- 


—_ ee - a 


indians Ask 
Restudy of 
Oil Contract 


The Navajo Tribal Council 
yesterday asked Secretary of 
the Interior Fred A. Seaton to 


’ 


ithe 
‘would have given the tribe a| 


‘reconsider his disapproval of 


a proposed contract - which 
‘would have given a Texas oil 
company exploratory mineral 
‘rights on some 5,365,000 acres 
of Indian land in Arizona, Néw 
‘Mexico and Utah. 

Payl Jones, council chair. 
iman, said the contract with 
Dethi-Taylor Oil Carp., 


25 per cent royalty on alt oil, 
gas and helium developed and 
a 50 per cent share of net prof- 
its on the corporation's Navajo 
, operations. 

The contract, negotiated for 
the tribe by Norman M. Littell, 
its Washington attorney, was 
rejected within the past 
month 

The contract was not made 
public until after Seaton's dis 
approval. Jones explained this 
was necessary because J. Revel 
Armstrong, Interior Solicitor, 
had to study the legality of the 
contract's terms before he 
could announce them. 


Cross Burned 


At Vienna Home 


Fairfax County police said 
yesterday an eight-foot wooden 
cross was burned at the home 
of a Negro family near Vienna. 

The cross was burned in a 


brock, and Jimmy . Brahms, 
normally an urbane; courtly 
bachelor type, is busting Wis 
buttons. That’s HIS boy; hell 


| have -you know, and he’s been 


_ago; Jimmy was 
They told him they w 
‘name their first offspring aft- 


. 


waiting for him for some time. 

The Dombrocks were mar- 
ried at Olmsted's two years 
best 


er him, and this, of 
wat fine with Jimmy. So hes 
been sweating it oul. ’ 
You ask him hew he'd have 
felt had it poen 8 Pee you 
cet an ex e rrer. 
Jimmy is a very expressive 
guy. , 
Anyway, the Churchills (two 
parts brandy, one part cham- 
pagne, dash of Triple Sec) are 
flowing like champagne .st 
Olmsted's and the air is bilge 
with cigar smoke, and Cpe 
it all comes the insistent 
of James J. Brahms “He's a 


nice boy,” a VERY nice bey 


ov tte. 


ces 
And then there's Nat Bader, 


_ who was asking us to pass the 


(word along 


) 


that he is now 
thumping the ivories at Benny 
Bass’ new place at 3508 Rhode 


‘Island ave. ne. So we passed 


be presenting to President Ei- field near the home of Myrtle, 


- senhower a hand-blown erystal 


vase depicting the landing in 
this country of the first Swed- 
ish immigrants.in 1638. The 
$1200 vase 
lass \ Works @nd° the 


at a Swedish Boy Scout camp, Sweden. 


Arlington Boy Bigelow Gets 
LosesEye in Approval for 
Gun Accident Rutgers Post 


A 16-year-old Arlington boy 


Hospital. 


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TRENTON, N. J., Aug. 9 @ 


Judge John O. Bigelow to the 


Robert Bullock, of 3352 Lee Rutgers University Board of 


highway. suffered a .32-caliber Governors. 


bullet wound in his right eye 
Wednesday when the shooting 
occurred in the basement of a 
15-year-old friend's shome 
North Arlington. 

Staff surgeons removed Rob- 
ert'’s eye ,after a rescue squad 
unit rushed him to Arlington 


Hospital. 


The 15-year-old boy has been 
and is 
due te appear in Juvenile 


The climactic end of the con- 
troversy came at an extraor- 


in‘dinary public session after the’ 


Senate Judiciary Committee) 
sent Bigelow’s nomination to 
the floor “without recommen-' 
dation.” | 

The Senate suspended its) 


rules requiring a closed session | 
on all appointments. Sen. Al- 


district of’ 


Neal on Five Oak rd. late 
Wednesday night. Assistant 
tna Marshal Alfred Savia said 

rs. 


and 
apparently. into.the air. 
She said the taf raced away &s 
the fire broke out. 

The fire Was put out by the 


ment. 


D. C. Man Gets High 


Naval Academy Post 


ANNAPOLIS, Md., Aug. 9 # 
Capt. Richard R. Pratt of Wash- 


executive officer of Bancroft 


ment : ; ; ‘ ‘ ; 
tra cost to the taxpayers of al.- Federal and District money who lost his right eye when a The State Senate confirmed by Hall, midshipman dormitory at 
friend's gun went off is in crit-, 13.4 vote tonight the appoint- the 

ical condition at Arlington ment of former Superior Court 1 93¢ 


Naval Academy. 

member of the class of 
at the Academy, Pratt is 
a two-time winner of the Navy 
Cross. 


CROSSTOWN 


The Bright Spo 


, 
; 


in Town! 


Dancin vy Nightly to 


FRANK CONDON TRIO 


cSitvan. Pieasant St NW 


Neal reported that a car! 
is a tribute from the:drove up in front of the house ° 
she heard foer shots fired,, 
She. 


/Vienna Volunteer Fire Depart-' 


‘ington, D. C., has been named kF 


t 
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the word along in Wednesday's 
column 

Trouble is, Nat allowed yes- 
terday. that he was reading 
that address on the outside of 
the wiridow from inside f 
establishment. Se the 5 in 
3508 really wasn't a 5 at all: 
it was, and is, a 2. The cer- 
rect address, friends, is 3208; 
repeat, 3208 Rhode Island ave. 
ne. 

Nat also now reports .that 
it isn't just Benny Bass’ plaee. 
It's also Sol Bass’ place..Sol 
is Benny's brother. OK, Nat? 

; one ' 

WHO'S WHERE; Guy #iit- 
chellk (remember his *My 
Heart Cries for You?) opens 
Monday night at the Casino 
Royal . dimmy Lake, the 
Mayor of Ninth Street, will 
emcee the moonlight cruise 
Sundey of the Restaurant Bev- 
erage Assaciation of Washing- 
ton. The doin’s aboard the Mi 
Vernon, which departs at 8:30 
p.m. from Pier 4 at Maine 
ave. and N st. sw.. will feature 
Surprise acts from D.C. nite 
spots, were told ... Les Wil- 
liams has been charming out 
the applause at the Old New 
Orleans for years and. it 
pleases us to report, he still 
sings it out of them as nicely 
as ever. The top spot at that 
restaurant's intimate Sazerac 
Room is being held dows by 
tall, beautifully dressed Jan 
Oliver, a lady whose singing 
could use some of Les Wil- 
liams’ showmanship Bass- 
in'’s can be proud of its new 
cellar hideaway, “L’'Escapade.” 
The new room is the latest in 
a long list of renovations at 
the restaurant (14th and Penn- 
tylvania ave. nw.) and it is as 
cozy and pleasant as they 
come. Net the least of Bas 
SiN's assets, however, is ahg of 
its old standbys—W ade 
Grubbs. better known as 
“Fuzzy.” who is one of. the 
best bartenders in the busi- 
ness 


td) ry 
COOKED AT YOUR TABLE 
Jade\ sg 


1018 Vermont Ave. N.W. 
or Res. EX. 3-5474. Sun. 5.10 


Opening Men. Aug. 13th 
Ne Cev. Ne Adm. Ne Min. 
Fer All Ladies 


GUY MITCHELL 
Star Columbia Records 
Movies, Radio & TV 


CASINO ROYAL 
l4th & H Sts. N.W. 
NA. 8-7700 


BRADDOCK 


eg Aug. 23. His bond Was) ert McCay (R-Burlington), 
$2500. ‘majority leader, sai saw no 
Lt John E. Cullins, head of need for a private session “be- 


help 
anti- 


HEIGHTS 


the Arlington Juvenile Squad, 


overcome the haza*®s of a hot of the music to the finest con- cials. or even asked for their 
August night in Clendenen ceivable level. Vocally she is resignation. Their ousters 
Hall at American University.sumptuous and easy. And in'came about through public 
Especially when the show gets her building of the finale to pressure and’the moral incon- 
on the road just under one half act two, ably supported by the sistency of their remaining in 
hour late. knowledgable conducting of ithe Government. 

In spite of these opening Greenebaum, she put a real “To find an Administration 
night problems, the Lyric The-,operatic cap on the entire pro-jn which high-level ? 
ater, Inc.. of Washington (did ceedings _ \eompared with that of the pres- Highway Department drawing 
you know there was a L. T.,, Your chances of seeing "Prin-ent regime,” it would be neces. boards. 
Inc.. of W.?) gave the first of cess ida” are few. If you are’sary to go all the way back to| The proposed Potomac bridge 
three performances of Gilbert /" the groove for this sort of Grant’s Presidency, the Digest would cross the river immedi- 
and Sullivan—or should it be thing, you wil) find the Lyric said. “Even the record of the/ately upstream to the north of 
Gilbert’s and Sullivan’s—"Prin-/T he ater very much in the Harding regime also implicat- the old trestle-topped 14th St. 
cess Ida” last night. If you are groove these next two nights.\ed fewer ageney heads than Bridge. Eventually, the old 
a G & S fan, you will have And what a first class way fof {he Eisenhower Administra- bridge would be torn down, un- 
yourself a fine time if you make 4 fot of young people to spend tion,” the article added. der plans approved by the Na- 
the trip over to Ward Circle their summer, Tickets at the) In naming two “Cabinet” of. tional Capital Planning .Com- 
tonight or tomorrow night, door. ficials,. the Democratic Di zest Mission. : 
Take a pillow of some kind age yi os sgl TO) Be een ne we pond 

Iécale pro- : . was not actue member ; 

mcctiem. have is a srchectta Marvland Sur phus'y; the Cabinet. , 7 ape, " — el eee 
the Washington yweernr ct 4 | i. S7 Milli The Digest said Bensoy has into the Distriet. Its connection 
Youth Orchestra, coriducted, ota a? WELITION heen involved in A, neon way: wong: Boe nent ee ee 
by Michael Gréenebaum. There TIMORE W—The State '-@neuverings,” among them a - s: Bat 
voices filled with the Savoyard oa} year with an cstimated sur- (U2ds to repair a home used by ee in ‘ ; er wd loop 
traditions; the stage has just njius of $26,740,572.20—about $7 himself and his family. . % eat wit ee te et to 
enough painted sets on it to million more than budget es-,, More serious,” it said, “was helen be F > Graven wn 
leave room for minimal action timators guéssed Benson's rote in the butter and/@ ~ aon oa She sate ge Bh . 
and still give the necessary) State Comptroller J. Millard Cheese deals of 1954." It said/Pe “a ae , eee Oe 
illusion Tawes released the figures to- Benson was responsible for al- The ahbain st ‘he dieien tan. 

The show is very well paced, day in a preliminary estimate lowing butter and cheese proc- provements is.part of LP ves 
which is one of the requisites statement on the fiscal year ¢S80rs to buy cheese from the al highway soourian aseed by 
for a thing of this kind to live. ended last July 1. Of the total Governments surplus stocks) | on tact cession. Localle 
It moves just as it should. $26 million surplus, $19,775,137 and “sell it back to the Govern- Schartann said $108 ‘uiltion 4 
What's more, it has voices thati/has been appropriated to sup immediately’ at an ex- 
a pga Ay Bo Acnpaelee oe 1957 general fund reve- most $3 million. — o> for construction 
any such level of adequacy That leaves $6,965,435.20 free It said the ——— — was ous . 

The men’s trio in act three, surplus which Gov. Theodore pronounced rae oo ze , 
sung by Thomas Rutter (Hila McKeldin will have to start oe by . «a R Peel? at 
rion). William Struhs (Cyril), with when he makes up his oe eppormte y = 
and Robert Ellinwood (Florian), 1958 budget proposals. The un- Eisen Dies te 4 Ed 
turned into a real piece of fun. encumbered surplus compares eg im “- a 4 of 
Struhs. letting himself go, took with $3,926,381.60 for fiscal — . an aig cent vee A 
over and put in the kind of en-' 1955-56. bend .: C | oe ye ret 
jeyable zing needed ta Mormer Internal Revenve Bu- 

; Lemmo’s King Hilde- g»gr oc * : 
ID na od the right look and CL Seeking Loan reau —_ > gr ee 
sound. as all the principals F 1) _ nitorv or ieee oe ae , ' 
pave, ae BNE en eh ee Mansdre was charged by the) 
coustical matter and no fault’ Catholic University has filed m-3azine with approving a deal) | 
of the well enunciated diction 4 preiiminary application with w..ich happened to land ors 
_and as a bass he suffered the. Community Facilities .Ad-| brokerage fee ag hay os Arthur D. Jones. 
more in this than some. Carroll ministration for a $1,240,000 awarded contract in —- At-' game warden, offered his 
Mattoon makes a convincingloan to build a new 200-bed drews, the magazine r ’ ; i, yesterday in Riverdale’s 
Profesor of Abstract Sciences dormitory, a student center si_wed his Governmen pos D squirrel campaign. 
in looks and voice and an extension to the dining 

As the Princess Ida, noblest hall 
) Tod: 
, ~ y 
Area Events loday 
~ 
activities 


The following a list of following weekend 
, femen 
. , or today for Serv ic 
events scheduled fot ; ORCHESTRA DANC 
; ‘nts open Central YMCA. 17th and 
(asterisks denote eve pe Covad Cub Gance: 9 to | 
to the public St Mathes 
CONVENTIONS 
Alumni of Institut 
throwsh Sunday. Shorenas 
The l7th A re i 


1s 


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“alihedrs 
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dra! 3 

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and Saturcay m or coat re- 

s Lounsce and Information 

125 N. Columbus st Alexandria 
pm Saturcay 

SO Lafayette Sauare Club. 719 Mad- 

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tnrougn 
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tion. Sunda3 will 
LUNCHEONS sop st. . m8 
— uh 13 oo. ~ entnou : 
Re iproc:.7 civ 4 ae lames S caaah hae 
LS p. m. Saturcay 
SQUARE DAN 
Mount Vernon Pils Mr 
Oo p.m Saturacay 
St Matthew's Cathedra) Club. § Db. m 
Sunday 
OPEN 
8 M 
Capito. st 
Prom Saturday Shy 
sy! Caivery Baptist Ch 
he $i hed 
Hoepitali(y 
erian Church 


flower ; 
Development Corpor. 
2.30 p. m.. Willard Ho 
MEETINGS 


rporatior 


te CES 
thodist Church 
Developmen! cx israel 
Sa. m. Willara 

—PECTAL EVENTS 
‘ i» Rece ; 4 


HOUSE VARIETY PROGRAMS 

artin’s Cathelic Church, 1012 WN 
5-12 fo Mm 
Sth and H 


by- 
m 


a.36 


wimming 
4 gance 
ircn 
+ «| 
House National Pree 
1762 N st. ae sp 


order to become head of a cor- 
pany” with Federal tax trou 
bles. 


Talbott accused 


was 


His offer came during a visit 
ito Mrs. Janies D. Byrd Jr.. of 
4511 Madison st.. who had tak- 


Oflen charge of the campaign 


said preliminary investigation 
indicated the i5-yearold had 
‘beer. “twirling and playing 


“using his office and official)/Tyesday , after a squirrel bitiwith” a 38-caliber revolver in 


Air Force stationery to solicit!5 year-old 
company. 


business” for. his 


Debbie Bryant while 
she was playing in the Byrds’ 


Strobel was charged with 4! yard. 


conflict of interests. Cross, the 


magazine said, used his position 


to help a friend win a francl.-te| took the 
ts. nw. from railroad” officials. Swing’ vaccinations. 
cus “ig was charged with using his o mates, 


lwhile attempts were made to 


‘cope with the squirrels, 
mothers were given what Mrs. 


fice to “enhance hjs private 
luxury.” 


Talbott Sees Ike, 


Denies Any Politics 
Harold E. Talbott, who re- 


last year, 
Eisenhower yesterday. 


Talbott spent about 45 min- 
utes at the White House, but the police. 


declined to tell the purpose of) 
his call. He did say in. response Jones promised to take neces- 


Fearin 


‘. rabies, Debbie's 
mother, r 


s Earl W. Bryant, 
girl to the hospital for 
Debbie's play- 
the three young Byrd 
boys, were kept from the yard 


: 


For two days the anxious 


Byrd described as a “run- 


around” by the authorities. 


and the Health Department 
told them it was a matter for 


Help came yesterday when 


to a question that politics was $ary_ measures to pacify the 


| not discussed. 


Talbott quit as 


Secretary after a congressional !: 


Air Force nuisance. 


neighborhood and rid it of the 
As a start, he prom- 
to set traps today in an 


which he had placed the 32 
\caliber bullet. 

| The gun, Cullens said, ap 
parently belonged to the father 
of Mhother teen-ager. Juvenile 
Court avthorities said the 15 
year old boy was known to the 
court as a onetime ae 


Waiter Accused 


Of Draft Violation 


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‘in public.” | 
Opposition to Bigelow’s con-+ 


cause all of the aspects of this) 
case have been fully discussed) 
’ 


firmation arose after it was! 
learned the ex-jurist was de-| 
fending Newark school teacher 


(Robert Lowenstein, who plead- 


: 
: 


ed the Fifth Amendment dur- 
ing a congressional hearing on 
ism. | 

The Senate Judiciary Com- 
mittee twice before refused 


to esnfirm Bigelow, ‘after 
he was quizzed by the Judi¢i-/ 


ary Committee on his views 


‘about communtsm. 


Numerous bar associations 


+ ee 
Neg 


MACHINES 


100-200- 
400 LBS. 
PER DAY 
PURE 
WASHED 
ADJUSTABLE 


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TPs 
) Pollock Refrigeration Co. inc 


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A 26-year-old waiter who was vigorously defended Bigelow _ 


signed as Secretary of the Air Prince Georges’ County police eight years late in registering and criticized the Senate. for 
Force under fire of criticism told them it was a matter forifor the draft because he said delaying approval of his nomi- 


ligious beliefs was charged yes- 
terday with violation of the Se- 
lective Service act, the FBI re- 
ported. 


Sth st. sé., was arraigned before 


- 


visited President the County Health Department jt was against his Moslem re- nation. 
Mahoney Leaves 


James Barnes, listed at sok or Convention 


. S. Commissioner James F George P. Mahoney. who 


Splain and held under $2500 
bond for action of the grand 


gained control of the Mary- 
land Democratic State conven- 


LAST 3 NITES 


Ae ele =. we ywTS 
Direct from Arthur Godfrey's TV 
Shoe 


BLUE GRASS 
CHAMPS 


Saturday, Aug. I Ith 
8:30 p.m 
DANCING AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 
On U. 5. 40A 


5 miles west of 
Prederick, Md 


wu 


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IN PERSON! 
wis Teddi | 
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bid . Rca-vicTor 


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“Mast Popular Place ia Town” 


Your choice of” 


committee cited a “conflict of - sgn to pore and pemnents use 
interest” between bis positions ‘"¢ Squirrels in areas where Barnes told FBI a tion after his defeat by Millard 
gents he 
wih a cane and pri- ‘hey may be hunted in. season. worshipped at the Mohammed E. Tydings in the party's Sena- 
vate industry. Temple of Islam No. 4, 1325 Ver- torial primary, flew to Chicago 
mont ave. nw. He was required yesterday for the National Con- 
Presented to Gaskill 


to register for the draft in 1943, vention. | 
but did not register until April Before he left, a one | | 
Tillman J. Gaskill$61, of 908,0f this year. the Mahoney-controlied 
Hamilton st. nw., a carpenter)  - tion to the National Conven-' 


Accidents involving military|at- Glenn Dale Hospital, was. y tion made room for a 
personnel dropped eight per awarded the Hospital's plaque Businessmen Asked representative from 
cent in the year ending June for outstanding achievement » 4, Georges County. The 

to a report by lyesterday. ‘ To Lead Schools Fight had been ignored 
istrict of Wash-| Gaskill was cited for his un- John S. Coleman, t rious Mahoney f 


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y any drink listed 


Center 
» m. Saturday 
hew's Cathedra! Club. softhbal 
10:50 «. m. Seturday 
s Cathedral Club. 1814 N 
and refreshments. 4-7 


| a RECORDING STAR 
' es of 


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8 AM. to @ PM. 
COCKTAILS 


. “MR. WONDERFUL” 
Arme | : 
Sth and’ Churches. 1317 
ter‘ainment. games, 2 
cay 
Penthouse YWCA. co-ed 


nas 


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me Banks ata 6 } Forces Cente {; enn Da e a e 
oO owatermelor : _ 317 G 


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st. nw.. dancing. en- 
to 630 o. m Sunh- 


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asketbal! 
valley bell, 8 p m. Gorn roast. Pri- ~ 
~ Fencrat ¥MCA chess, 7 p. m. Friday Mishaps Drop 8 Pet. 


ave i 
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ternationa: Cross s Breakfast 
rominent speakers). 60 cents. 9 a. @ 
unday 


Latheran Service Lounge. 573 1ith at 
, Georgia eve an ate lle m Pe ade 
r Community enter. 
is Georgia aye Ow. games dance Ay m - 30, + at 
ig Pp. m riday unge open 2-10 Dp. @ : 
Wy A the Military D 
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Reuters 1 
- ' ’ PARIS, Aug. 9—Gen. Pierre per 
Weekend Calendar Jacquot hes been appointed to rest . were 
; succeed Gen. Roger Noiret as proper 
For Service Personnel ‘commander in chief of French poer housekee 
The Armed Forces Hospital. forces in Germany, it was an-operating vehicles, and failure 
ity ccueines has listed the nounced today. ito use safety devices. 
sf - 
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The hospital. The award was pre- ties to meet 


attributed to im-'sented by Dr. Coleman said failure 


cent of the injuries. 
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of materials, . District Public Healt) Congress 10 pass tlie schoot Bilt 
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| THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES 
are Friday, August 10, 1956 


' PHONE 
TODAY 


to place your 


in the new mechanical engineering fie'd. 


Guided Missile Launching Systems 


The following positions are available: 


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 @ product would 
be helpful. 


MECHANICAL DESIGN ENGINEERS 


Openings for Mechanical Engineers with four to ten 
years of engineering design experience; background 
in one or more of the following preferred: Automatic 
Machinery, High Speed Mechanisms, Material Han- 
dling Devices, etc. Ability in cam, linkage and gearing 
dynamics desirable, 


HYDRAULICS ENGINEERS 


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- 
tional assistence and other employee benefits please 
phone 


JU. 53-7200 
Personne! 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. 


Pinte, ie 


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tren euvalified 
cals Positively na canvassing. 


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BOX $15. PIGUA. OHIO 


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ned shoe anes 7. Pull time, 
1415 Georgie ave. Wheaten. LO 
We heave « limited number ’ oe oe ee 
of positions aveiiabie for Bish | partment: el. oppert.. . finest 
school le - company bone for the : ae 
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week. © to 6.30. wun ltier CO. "sb Colesville 
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von otth k no 
automotive and q south- 4 Corners diate, permanent 
weekend want ads | SnVis"ait'on sanestoen = ae =a 2 ie as Saztrgnced,cting, gad soterine ES ata parti 
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{ ; th bi stlarye and -h Leeging 4456 Bianco 84! . Ave. dU ENT RON. “INC. no weeken work: 
4 n e ig . ine ,oenditions tact in Sen Az: | = — Permanen pest ' > 
| t DENSRURG. seciude 
Saturd d Sund A036 tie ave. yhesien. vais ims. chke now's oe! -| Call AP. 7-8885 for Appt. iffice GOVERNMENT SERV INC. 
urday. an un ay, Lao se? < opportunity fer you with a wel ALESMAN servicemen te . 5 oni ; Bide a os : — . 
Classified: Sections off Sf" fii inStigi tee Sane iat Sega OR” eae RETYPE” Qa SE leas Sa Oo ENR tee er ee er ao ey a STENOGR, 
moe. an y = as overs $ ané 7 Pp. SB. appliance chain | 
= ions of St aut child pace) Bese Pete tha tee ig Meine Eom te "Se aes oy ee ee oS ae 
rk ave or wile. Appl : " . © studen ¥ i, 
The Washington Post oply “te AL = i = ‘ieee fem: N d | te counting” ex As a aey text pe AO ac- py rae eultn, a A 
d Ti H id | imam 5 years’ expetionce’ ts| qonee: te » Tell -esta plished “ine. Canmes Shee Stece. 1391 & ee ber per ith Pg my DICTAPHONE cy. ant ersonality and "aane 
an mes era Risin manping and at am r Sterriew. coll JA 2-9645. <3 — ady Scr King voice anent 
t®o we years as fs stereo jastre- At “TATE AX (OR SOUND RADIO & TV NE i OPERATORS bs? Well-estaniished office. 70 
; also a ; me ’ ' up *pencing on age an 
e milter vith f aftine «& heTl " | teno- ’ . 
RE. / 1234 | phases A mane’ = & nd seas aA, : 25242 TECHNIC CLAN | taphore. oan - ene son Room A 7 hn 
e ew Yor Orr Box . | Reception secy. essa, 
| eee Pont ta 3 = Fxorlient var. workine condi- EXPERIENCED | Bes sinner ‘sien és” $2 | Fee, ie and B ts. ow. 
HELP, MEN - helpers. white Call Arilneion a py ae et. Binh seal” typ coed = fies 
oo oe : pT aE Tesstr erat sir iester ’ of 1H 
Centineed From Precedi LAUNDRY——DRY L ANING a “Ee ate “we cont 6 man | Be aner t typists Ae, * 
Paaied To take Greer Managemen anc esperieoces 6 — ' +7 
CG i Saaaiea oe forthe: aay of estab —_ tems ——— teleti some sae SALARY UP Typist ar. . Sen “3558 
are experienced. you tam 8nd thriving Cert mecs C- master OBienne sete ae a - |Sace ARY— $37 
start | in this en at top sa . rect-t--home s-jes ss ; Mr Ward "ber S000 > mnt ‘teetc oer Beene sew $ : 
co mmise jf zee are “working Me. Del. D.C Va. Desire me ‘So Go sometiine show & MACHINE OPERATOR | TO 80 WEEK CORRTY jaleworsh|¢ 
ow. eve- a with eur Sesafu a ord " im TEMPO ELECTRONICS. INC oun i 2 2615 — NCR 3108 er 2200 permanent poxt- DEPEND act ditions. 5- 
eppointmen: me large dire-t-to-home s8)°s - ° « - 
GOVERNMENT | ning. by confidential “eppucations oraaniration . Ex veilent ~ salary ppneks tat am RG Cams =. aoa 7 b. a Call Mr Lawrence. RE ING : ‘ 7+ Wee toch ia Bescrine 
es. 3945 aveling expen plus ¢verwrice : : Z 
yw a . : hee 4 * eh0- 
RELATIONS iN ERANCE NaN Heme weectnds Onauusl advance- SYOCR CLERE—Yease eer Wa OO NOT PRONE oer pive — toe vee! }~39OON ABILITY ih awhe "Be iaat, = one 0-30, Wt. 
| tools: ent oppor: : aie 4 . strane , — B , 
oral malgenance i leree ia compen Por ‘interview. ABSRY PERSONNEL 1238 Eee ee. OPPORTUNITY IN | st ¥ —Collese | A ie: oo ma NC.. 1334 Mase. 
jee : more _ : . TP 
a1 flinston. Vireinia. | 3-2389. Leave name and shent eae poe = == 8 =6LANDSCAPING BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST | Riitresting sort in convenient le. Soke. Tie Fe ee | STENOGRAPHER 
Prom! inent netieona: manufacturer ME NIC number. and request Mr mecy #770 POSITIONS “ce L334 Natiece! organization will pay the tions Sheedily expanding ani- 

Automatic Temperature and _ =. ie Mar:ec> use: . Themes "sht san S08 & reer or more Immediate opening for a rapid. ac. tation. 5-day week. & to 4:30 Pers diten order dept. 
Bemis, Contrets has opening for! B KWAY MACK Truck ®& RK — White Theroach- ve oo. 3-8717 [ eueiiied te enter ¢ im Curate typist. under 40 rears of SECRETARIES air--on ™ Pice Salas aaavance- 
recent engineering eraduate To ANIC Exper jenced oniy. iF experienced pidnicht ~ . t . Rhee - ac. s<aoe igcime 606m 0 | lstles| S60. i knowiedge of Basic ac- met a tea es eck. 
contact Government design ana * TRUC INC 2121 W ™m. smift: tee se ms Se" } SDaAMS TEACHESSs “Se uperience pecessary COURTInNg «& some experience Air ; libeya) co peat 
construction agencies oF ith *. ne ny ite Apply PERSON. AGENCY, 1341 G a= & -.sopn Write Box M _ Post-T B. ine «& : bookkeeping iw-Qonditioned Office STONE e DAPE) Bete A CO. 
new department Atirective com. —— knew - GER ANNAPOLIS KHO- mechine Excei — opportunity for 
Dany benefits automatic transmissions. $706 MELP, MEN & WOMEN 115A. sevancement uel and sick Immediate vacancies with =. FRANKLIN | ST. NE 

_ ute iy ater <4 Wis. ave wi ie mar 21 leave. setiyement "Sia 40-hour ' ie a 
toi, f%. serze and goticit for in@us TECHNICAL BALL BOON DANCE TEACHERS cok were conait pned dutigin GOVERNMENT established engineering lab- | SUPERVISOR-—COLORED 
undry. No . ‘_ierviess. supervisors | Sal 7- 
JOHNSON SERVICE CO Mechanical Eng ineer pitaltzation pian Fe ag ase. 21-30 to teach % "SS eact-| Set. G30 lor anseinimant . EMPLOYEES | Oratory for haps > ages 
: Ss ’ _| Commissions | tt . iy no exper - We tr ; . 
2117 M St. NW, | SEE¥CMBPAL, plate or welding back petens im addition 0 Bese came 53 Cupar needed: Se Eras INSURANCE COMPANY} secretaries with ability tO» | Age 28-45, Good educational back- 
Call MA. 8-0104 | Reals competent mechemresl man Ros. 16” tose, Carter In¢ustria WRIT R = serson 1-6 P.M Martini NATIONAL meet the public. oints q — a Lo exper renee 
Old company, Pemmnnanicel man. tecnery. 4967 Lawrence at Ge ERS pet Stacie. 363-12 GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY} te assist with work sctivities with 
— ~——— pent ode starting salary met. Manor M = SALES or 4th and L Sts. NW. 5.day, 40-hou ke id other ladies. Abov aver ¢ income 
ancem opportunities antec to take : "rite Bibles 16 6Box I6sTH & M STS. NW. | fe 4 - . oo start Advenecmens ant rtunity 
ENGR. OFC. ‘BLDG. $95 Work ju in ‘Baltimore division. Con-| Over eetablished routes im nearer : (ite " PLEASE APPL vacation hospitalization Write Miss Harkgn, Box 605, Post- 
EDITOR. HOUS tect MR. DF GO PF. 143 & Merrland: guarenteed sealers plus Experience in preperation CaN¥ ASSiE: 5s: ests wp te opr gureinee | @ Y : : . _ os , 
NstuR Ct aime - soe cab A orth ave. Baltimore 2, Md. Phone comm vacation sith car. other of inatouction ties . 5) et Cal AP 1-44600 SEEPS. MACE. | ovr. mae "960. | retirement and other em- 7 sizicla 
A MAN. ah —  - —— empiose efit Apely Pattere #0 ms, hand- Aer seer! : : 
ry eee men ie a fie N wita cass 137, Hy Cieaners itis Gs. are. _ hécien, Gpnention ord andi. CAR HOPS ey = <4 8A. M. TO 3 P.M, ploye benefits. tevens Modeling School, NA. 8 
‘LLOYDS EMPL. SERV | dpgmaet eblie.- wo. s-azst et es WELP—Young men. white ‘tenance manuals for elec GRILLMEN . he "manent oth] AT L STREET ENTRANCE s—(White) Office 
10 N.Y. AVE. NW. ST 207 4EN Trcennt® _ nesting business ye but 4h eer «tronic (equipment. Strong WATTRESSES | offer fering. Boot anlar? meals and PLEASE CALL 7. ate ~' an ss 
= ¢ warning . Masters. ae > $ , 7 —, * | re) ee 
i Hollen’ jpechanical joa) work, “4g *BR s SALES—Reisil, Ari. 5 days S205 electroruc background nec- KITCHEN HELP MANGER AN petals | FOOD COUNSELLORS” PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT elephone Solicitors 
senshi Fe. Cottaae ie ad |“ CALESMEN- $4507, 2” Se he Tose Mabply Seeatneas tnt Sout ea JU. 5-7200 - _ | Jalleors® so™Spsrate"“rote "Bene 
2 ; : 0 - 
ENG NEERS | Se ee foductrial C $450 rainet on the joo fn Washingten’s 4 all sh "S03 area? ompany expagding food | Commission nous incen\ive Genes. 
TILO penal MEW in its construc- 25-35. Aute reas em - a Bewest Erive-tn Resta Appts te the) , and turday. Apply arrancement for cualified ts on us POWFTL, OT. 4- 
tion Dept Applicents must be| in ring resume. Technica! NTERVIEWS sei. On i Me Sees, ee ith men. Car helpful. Call OF 4- TORIES sists, * 
airaid 09 "cline ne A... ao a: Av pa beipful Mists NA Monday thru Friday TE T . tor Ss ti 8500. ‘Ash for Mr. Powell, 10 a. m.- VITRO LABORATO a _EMP.. 1307 H NW 
PLEASE SEE OUR AD v fas at 42}- 3 ‘grenn ave ts BOYD’ BOYD’S—C r 12th & G 7-739 ner Sener © ar. zk; ° TYPIST — . work , Se “the 
— cond . . 
TODAY’S SPORTS PAGE GER $300 - : seater “REAL ESTATE “SALES Fa Market ror “hile. Advancement, CHAND- DIVISION OF Singer Sewing Machine Co. 
FOR DETAILS al _ SACESMEN sp ct sl . (ie om. k. Bust e¢ Virginia my , - ) manent position, hag < working 
are new offices. 35- ~~ yrs... mar- want lerm se «06 9 By Aopontmenr ia Call 3-I2. ‘Boe Riner Rea! A OFFICE WORK — Fiec- VITRO CORP. OF AMERICA | conditions. 5-da 40-hour week. 
ried Prifer veter urity « a base salar? >’ tus commmiest ona 4: .¢ , $-7023 CASHIER tronic manufacturer. shipping dept | compeny benefits and paid vaca- 
clearance reouired jons tic! furnish —-~ ports — ve micians answering phones, typing. keeping 942 W A | tens when qualified. Some knoqw!- 
Wach 1025 Conn sve Rm. } somes. with pay. Gocertenity te skilled im sereloeccal Bien inventory records. 8.30 to 5:00. 5- 6 ayne “Ave., edge of shorthand r wired. A 
asnhington interviews vence (© managerial position ERCO DIVISION tenkine technicucs. sole Ambitious. aggressive youns lady. © yattsville Grea residents Silver Spring, Md. in person only to a 
Sat. &S (A 11 & 12) ual consideration civen with many empiove pene’ka. “Ro. with common sense for CASHIER Brtferred. Entron. Inc. AP. 7- NG MACHINE CO. #04S 13th #1, 
at un ug & 12) MORN ore 00, Apply SINGER SE wine ‘a , ? r. Dart. Room 369. 3025 and LIGHT BOOKK Sitterue 9585 | Biv ver Serine. Md. 2 biecks from 
9AM to 4PM ING NEWSPAPER oA Sill Georgia ave. oe ACF Industries, nC. E's: bd at D>. Cc Chester. Geod polary. steady position. MR eecueran » minal 4" 
: - — eT} 
Phone: MR. R. MARTIN ALESMIEN ‘GINFERS.  oifice Riverdale, Maryland j a GROUP LEADER M | Y. =x. 3- 
DEALERSHIP age WA 7-EANe a ine a —CASHIER-TYPIST NAF eth be Ne at Ek. Teter oe tis th 
at DISTRICT 7-4056 Sorie S yt. Jp. Ms Pord at MEN AND W PIST Lauy (25-40) capable of working 2/08 16th St_ WW ath. & “0348 (2). to learn dictaghone 
‘$4 or jth &G av. HAs ame cma —— sp¢ scburtes counties Experienced cashier-trpist. S-dey *¥!% others ona ability to meet SECRETARY Bl enue $345 work. permanent position with ad- 
is otenimmnemmmscnat {eerie a a a Eee hove morning? oF shernecss ot? week: paid vacation and hospital’ ubite ual Be 7 rtunity for és vancement PPveriunities. 5-day 
SPERRY Applicatians now being ac- cata? git Neste at: zac : ‘ss — he to . oe ay gation. Call Mr. Warren. HO lé " core rnines, 2 sate hy aoe SLY sp ING Rock vilje ce plove “Denefits ° ce ane = 
> nz : _ , Lu 4 { ‘ e v ; 
cepted for immediate SALESMEN fr, levies ~~ SALES PERSONS Stanley H. Horner, Buick —White, 18 to % SECRETARY —Cadable. depend YPISTS—SECYS — OK 
GYROSCOPE COMPANY “errs for morning news- FOOD PLAN MEN 7° oui oe cat alee: —_____— rt bus offie ~ waren experienced a er . Tost office ALLEN O'BRIEN Personnel _ Serv. 
aper hy ‘ =) , fun = "CU. 3-053 To sell small appuences and home- ling and cas — : ork )- 
Division of Sperry Rand Corp paper dealership. Excel f OCTs@mE sa i sm =o TANCE 3 a CASHIER full | time bad . nt aol v ,- Ba pts ay “brief, resume So YPIS 
Great Neck, L. |. N Y lent earnings. Full time car. Good eTh bemefits ~~ Ry — . = ny ver .' r COPTEE 5 ryli com - at OT 46 = 700. Mr eepiial. 8. Box bib F 
rea eck, ; ew York work. Cash bond required HOME FREEZER Call TU. 23-9000. ask for Br Betee. —_ + = vi UsoErn benefits ADp! 7 OpenSONNEL CECRETARY Immediate opening. Pleasant work. 
For personel interview FOODS aa ee EY Ee GEORGES WAREHOUSE. “ ite. Pree i to sans tae nee a te 
! mtn Men experiences As- 29:5 pF se Me prone our friends. Have a plastic and acetiens 60 per © 
ENGINE telephone Mr. C. Kohi- A = = Le TV. 651 Pa coded WILLARD HOTEL toy parts or our demonstrator peal estate piee: goourate ah rt spast Schwarts Sees, 2931 12th 
ER ’ ove . pa * Seta a Te } n 
34 class: new lux type apt. bids mann. JA 8.7521, Appili- Offers to Tv Trcaxictax & a =—- STLTER 14TH & PA. AVE. NW. ort a a a a be attractive, reliable a + intelli- TYPIST* 
rm. Abt many co. benefits, Appiy| CaMts should live in or near Experienced Closers pereated, SA ben = coe ant a Office abe, Saies CHEBEEE - WOSTESE Wiehe Club x ME 8-6009 | Mr. “Wakeman eee, Sede. week, eel velelinn:| Watts, ace $8-66: ennerienesé. Ate 
personne! sffice, rm. 319, i424 & Alexandria, Virginia YOUNG Mix—@urre 0-45- Sae " ‘Bookkeepers & experience preferred pypeeys. . salary open e 20-2 iss; curate. for dictaphone work is 
. ow CAPRITZ CO. , 24-HOUR CREDIT APPROVAL bes —t and take shor: Beekkeepineg Machine Operators 3. Patio LouNG ¥ M SiiF at _ or OL.) editoria) dept. of National associa- 
ENGINEER — six: th class. for mod ictgaaniian 24-HOUR DELIVERY OF FOOD hand: must be adaptable to ait X Operstcrs ass Fo ANC AC N - after ti Air-cond. building. 5-day ’ 
ern apt. bide in Arlington. Va: MCLTILITH 6 Exp. white A? es Office duties. expecially sayrs! aaa Wectrec & Machinist L Lecal subur ary ECR Y | Week. paid yacation. group hospi- 
good pay See MR GILL. chief en udurden Md. To £3 - aides & ime. bendadi- —_— ~ — e-han cal Dreftemaen ler bb " ine for talization§ 4&5 ife insurance. : 
pmeer 333 8 Glebe rd. Ariing- Y pe PL.. 918 Blisworth Dr. & COM ross PAID rs) ow 3 loca. referes a on Srv : echenical & STENOGRAPHER experienc hit caliber person TO $75 PER WEEK tartine salary $2700 6 10ce 
’ IU BY ANY FOOD PLAN ary e 4 —<— 2s =n ‘ustrial Emetreers ith knowledge o and amd Ave. WW. on Scott Circie. 
FOOD SA ES E a MANAGER. eas ~— yA “sal- nes vig +7 r Over 1k te east «(PTeduction . Sheet Metal | Permanent ition for person able geners] insurance e over Pius hospitalization benefits. as Di "7-3412._ pe at 
L M N ary plus commission. Apply ANNUAL SHARING ith manager: 6 how — 4 re Purchasime Manager z meet or pudiic food = management of agency and oe nus and libera) recon my TYPIST for accting dept. Book- 
id u lke to bulld « freezer Bee aerrel’s City Service. = Bis averese £256 per be See io. — . ers ee educationa! ook 4 one clerk 7 ry| 39-hr. © Tred Diictty Ci- xeeping and shorthand cesirable. 
food sappiy business im your oon Z lf you have no experience we 7. 5 te il s m. Reem 4 2 1405 semebie Body Repsirmen @ | &* ground and veal working conditions» AD- or af Natl. Trade Assoc S| 5-day week. paid vacation. profit- 
area’? Company expanding food Olt ay Year st me “xis Painter Apely ia years of age. ply in person matucc!. fast, accurate typist. Short sharing and many company 
sales line. Commission and bonus rome i wiih ood pay for fully will train you. APPLY DAILY YOUNG SEN (2 Gis wee grad Seam Putters tween - rreon. ‘Mes — oe aon Ars, Wheston, tie — yo a af air -B.: *i ™ on fits. Apply prs d Hechinger 
Grrangement for qualified les- @usiified an ependabie : ‘ = Gai, to ters : aad h ts 
men. Car helpful. Call 4-8500. Bald vacations, good workine con €219 3D sT Nw. and bovine, _rstaurant ‘rede gheet Metal Duct Buperionse NATIONAL CAPITAL BANK LADIES, a ART TIME yaried and interesting. Time snc a ORTRY S. 
ot NaN Pe tee between 8:20 ‘and ease TU. 2-2028 meals Must knoe oes oy — arrns = <P or Guaranteed a@vancement for girl oprs. with typing (50 openings 
Fo AIN MAN—Part time Ex- 3 4-30 and 10 a = oF he 2 . Apelr is persom Toe EV OYMENT N. Some typ- Barn £20-825 weekly or more serv. With ability. Need proven tep ht’ DAILY). Miss avAne at BOYD 
pertenced Rowe A, Mr Lewis - » J. insmeore Georgia 'ce WS . in a ee with Seures « . ‘ + Worker with exper eu~- cor. IZth (NA. 68-2340) 
Schwarts Pharm HESSICK INC. Dl _7-0744 — , ae sa2 Giiso Avende $-dar tion. megis + Ag yg" ha A iT?}s * wy round. Call for appoint. KR 7- Select pos.tions—weicome —Vvisit, 
FUR RE Oo ATOR for Unit Backhoe on Bec heeds. Md Stiver Spring Md vacgt a. rie ve Van Buren for wesk ovallehle Pb =e Blan irst 
URNITUR ‘FINISHER Crane carrier. Transportation fur oer 54888 = e 9-'029 > ; i on.-Fri remain BISTS 
Prperienced. Per os! t Bished. Good deal for right > COLORED al 1. — $80 ; 2-ma TY 
Feshington’s ermencet position at Annual ssiary CO. 84308 SALESMEN Young Men —. Cert. messengers $45 worth ar. L L —$4200 office. Must have good shorthand 
play Ex client working conditions. 4 AUTO PARTS = Dn meet ig 7 mer out $40 ; vrs. exD uader 35 initiative and aseame reapenss- Immediate nee 
top salary and other benefits Ap- SILVER SPRING-Rockville Emp Pucters-Grivers pa... - irl for clatm Mase aa bility ea Bae Good Starting Salary 
a . . urtis Bros. Pur- 8413 Ga Ave JU. 9-4446 Cr THE wa: A FTE start sso Cre". of ‘@cal insurance co: must . under E538 r rtunities for Advancement 
Difure Co.. 2041 Nichols ave se PAINTERS — White only MAYTO® ACCESSORIES — ~-- Sem oe geod typist: only those in- a ms . dell Sce Miss SECRETARY Hour Day—5-Day Week 
GARAGE MAN—With some know!- TON rear 1607 O st. nw CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC Feumteis cir, Bete! 840 “| poten the beach “this Monday Through Priday 
ecse of gardening: married. ne fa S, white. experienced oniy ' — ~ Pull and Pert-Time Jods SNNEL Senos 5 
aelidten: ‘nan. drinker aoe 28 th t. pares 7. Full time positions available ECRE YMENT oy summer? How about saing .. work 
: ent: come to work Appl PS) ee Ae > WN 
GRicL ‘MAN NIGHTS EA CONSTRUCTION. i:06 Wel. selling. 44-hour week, plus HELP, WOMEN 16 AITRESS 
Ape’ . gorse a0 week. 1305 PAYROLL LY — — a ull company benefits, group Offers exceilert career ~o (tract? a 62,0 a MA DICAL TECR te ; READ BotTaess. night work 
J st ne Fribe UREL 2 insurance, hospitalization, va- portunities for qualifed See ABBEY First See re —_ ~~ if Ree See Mr. Black WA #-23 SILK . PINISHER—Mode | 5309S Fost. ne. Mr 
LA ; cation etc. m % AB rst + ‘vacation Worthwhile * BOYD’ =—C 12th & work nd aT . 
aiaeaialts onl RERARS  y. SILVER SPRING-Rockv! tle Emp yourg men steking regu- , Eve & NW ST 3-0100 om - or £o0d working cond OL. aitresses and Hostesses 
‘Whi —U M full ve . ~.. or .*s - 
time; 30 to $6 years of age. 1 year Eiki pd. 9480s a Apply in Person lar employment. Positions | TSS See vee. -- se EV CREDrT CORE. tection! white under 3, SILK FINISHER srnite, OxD, =a fyths night, anol 
inca moral ans reoulred. Must) College srad.. preferabiy ya , are available in Washing- Cashier Wise. sve. S days . sis6 " 1 to live in cottage with 3 patients Mantiower "Valet . itt ay ey ang E Sis. | 
mente of ke scat faw "enforcement fare. yet A - “of sestern Auto Supply Co ton and nearby Virginia Pons “checker betel po? | TO $70 RER WEEK | Ley be Se tat tive = White: ' ‘Ta Su tym eogse, 
encies Sh! wor 731 L ; Cer ° , 
qd. Ya and D.C Starting sal- seucnstonas nce. Write kines oe An interest in mechanics . ome sonen --+- SES Pius Respitalization benefits, Xmes Sa Loune ThL_13*h_8 
ary ait for -hour wk $$ The Crosswey nar. or electronics is desirable aoe mach opr ° te seb be ry one as ee Awe ~ 5 policy , - st. STATISTICAL CLERKS jwas ss. = oie ee 
, . tkpr . . Assoc - a i 
Banat be 5 , vests loc — , yetdence. CHILD'S HOME PORTRAIT | SALESMEN uate Core cor. éeater $-4 a} oo N —_—* S, mod . air- r ACCT. 678 | Ome experienced oe Apply is 
ble | ' some’ ond ie Time an or over- es penieemnemnes 
ealth btarting "Gataae “56 week CALLERS | —_ } a : bang — ; Pe a Re Ms RPG. La} a Se ~ - a rienced. soft 
s- c&.. 5 days : heed acemen or 6 ¥ 7 or tier type ty r ~ 
N EP Y APPLICANTS OR OPERATORS : EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Catcter. PEE eceé+<e 330 1-237 “LLOYDS MPL. "SERV. =| every Sun. « ereee 8 ‘ae 
PHONE C CA BETWEEN 39-11 AM Have Several Permanent _ “= Coot. GHW. ive is ......560 “ Noon to 2 an = Ba: 
PROOF PASSERS 725 i3dth S&S. NW ‘-heme oor 1420 N Y~ Ave. NW -.B- 2307 Little Vienna bts 18 8 Biz2 
Art Highest Salary and Commissions ngs ; sf Seamstress. alterations .___.. 955. Fer tmeurance office: 4 §-day bo j 
NASER IVE Mrs Fisher. UN. 4-2705. weekdays “ — ~ = py pay nt de ee working Bo Scand write full exper and qpali- 
ence a -10 a m. 6-9 Paying Highest Commissions Acoly MA oe Reation, s, prefer live in. Box 817. WAITRESSES 
reet OF Sat r poly Monday Thru Friday “COLORED | BRANCH SC CLERK-TYPISTS im 7; Y| DAY OR NIOHT WORK. EXPERI 
Co. 83 20 “Teen Atm ing Optical Weekly Drawing Accounts 6:30 A. M. to 4:00 PM 7? XK & BW St 3-6650 __) Main office in Riverdale. Md. bas Fv hat | ENCED. APPLY 1305 PF NW. 
- oa ———_— . t . openings or er ~ ay J to 
- ———aug ew | OORW live te or out S75-435 terested permanent employ- e. 
Many Employe Benefits Youna Men—Part Time Counter girl light ; ate ot ment. Convenient suburban Toca] -7pe | hy Sate. om payrapi Bost. a 2 ts even ne or part time 
WITH CAR-STaRT wow Com Eve im (3d) LS Someaess pestdente of * zi mS. INC, 1 1334 Mass. ave. nw. 3506 Columbia 
Sell: Experience Desirable , a haa! a — mare = 7 yc EMPL. EX ' i ‘ Nee ts Sseneg "building ohzelz in per .- r OWE TR 
DESIGNERS ” Biag. “Ger “or ra 3 -¥ at inate she WHITE _ serena a 3 romoti as ) | pos “WAI ESSES 
& COLORED ¥5 5. an ive rm | COUNTER. Days—il te &. 
; @n sher opr -t t in 860 up Highest wages 
Apply + pa YOUNG MEN, 21 TO 2 stresses . ‘1e wait ad ——- typing ess ~ my 4 * strut sexe $60- - PLEASE CONTACT | art CPi ait HOWARD 
opportunity as trainee with col +18) uD — 95” ’ tis: ic .. ith St. Nw 
: ; + : . metional finance erganiszation e:- stris *05 surance DOT FR (NA. #-2115 MR. Cc. P. SONNEBORN - ~~ 
Guided Missile Launching Systems|} HAHN SHOE STORES | fltnstl Setert pian "Tm Gemma tr ath & PERSONNEL “SERVICE | : ans 
futere Sih rapid eévance rr - ANAGER AT ' . sftks “s30 e ey ber day 
te neces Sais ; mos 311 G at (Est. 22 Yrs) "a0! NEL or night “vr plus tips 
LX - A. Onty mer i Me as workers _= ion 3 , a PRX PIST M athe. ext is CONWAY'S _ Ser 519 6th NW 
’ ' ° a3.17 34 ‘7 -: ° ba : ‘ 40 > aoe — 
Additional oven nos in long range projects on the Ss “toters —— = ee en Se . RE $40 Immediste opening for personable 
weapons of the future with ALE MAN te Georgia Ave. Giver Serine MANY OTHERS TYPES n “yetail young Pek or copy treing and 
=o 2 am = St nQ, 2-55 be meat typist and rope! TBE eweraier: sie 
GOOD wee ore a oe 12 adie: al! 5 im) Ottice a . © or 
(Colored) *k White a- ME_8-0525 ACCOUNTANTS & compony yeneets: exedl. wets! 
; < cond.. 7 in person 16 Ri 
VITRO Abia Gap” Cee Sige {BE and BRP w 
Outstand Oppo unity COLUM lA EMP SERV. 
One eof Americas lading tsta pe I ve ’ GO &.. Suite PHOTO PERSONNEL ~ 
enies in ite teid is inerested ip sonetereni ad ler HOME PORTRAIT . . 
The challenge of a new technological field . . . can be | saleamen. @ith er - . — Executive. Future $100 <%= irs and Expr. ail = CALL ER Who are interested in attractive positions 
- °? - te. = ™ . " 
yours with the expanding VITRO LABORATORY in ee Pai? ae PAS oh —¥-- wt tn OPERATORS with a growing and exciting industry 
Silver Spring. Here you will find career opportunities gna will Ee"pale ‘while you ears’) ur Munray studios Stencas. tryouts s ig ' PROOF PASSERS should consider the Telephone Company. 
3 | sities f ce sins Fi ~ “2708. wenbdass 


It’s a real thrill to say that you are a part 
our country’s great communications 
" system. You receive excellent starting 
pay with early and regular increases. Our 
girls have many opportunities for pro- 
motion. There are lots of other benefits. 
Unexcelled business training is given in 
pleasant surroundings among friendly 
people. Don’t put it off. Visit our em- 
ployment office now before these desir- 
able openings are filled. 


725 13th Street N.W. 
Monday thru Friday 
8:30 am. to 4:30 o.m. 


The C. & P. Telephone Co. 


SECRETARY 


(Newspaper) 


Secretarial position to company officers available for 
experienced young woman with good stenographic 
skills and the ability to handle more than the usual 
amount of responsibility. Legal experience helpful. 
Many company benefits including liberal vacation 
plan. 


Apply . 
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 
9A.M.TO2 P.M. 


. 


& Times Herald tx ae y 
ISIS L Street NW. 


ia 


site “leat 
norsing experience. heeded meth = 
service our cuttomers must have 
ute: 40 hours pet week. ir 
ours. salary boti us, 
“~— ondny between 
4404 Wisconsin a’ 


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SILVER SPRING & 
LANGLEY PARK, MD. 


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TRAIN TO BE ra 
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HOT SHOPPE WAITRESS 


EXCELLENT SALARY AND 
TIPS; POSITIONS AVAIL ee 
IMMEDIATELY AND ALSO 
AFTER SCHOOL STARTS 
FOR YOUR 
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Apts. 
5700 BLK. 2D ST. NE. 


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BROOKVILLE fm 
DUPLEX APTS. eae 

2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 


Living rm. dinette. bedrm.. 
bath sas hot-water 
heat. $6750 and $68! Conv 
shopping center and trans. 
be a 


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GENE H PHIFER 
408 TOWER BLDG ST. 3-87 
Wheeler Terrace, Inc. 
1217 VALLEY AVE. SE 
1 Bedroom—$70 and Up 


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OR UNFURNISHED 


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in of 
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large &) ichens —empie closets 
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POR FREE SROCHURE CALL 


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check every apo)ican'’ 
TV 
16Te st 14146—New'y 
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vs COLUMBIA Dp Ww. 
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Ssh" HARTNETT HALL fake 
1426 2\st St. NW.f 


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HU. 23-3422 


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maid's work "DY a ‘elfice bids. 
RS 1726 New Hamo. Ave. NW 


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bids. 
bh. $54. in 
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1-Bedroom Apts —$81.50 

‘Wh Suen Deck 
2-Bedroom Apts —$9 50 
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ARLINGTON 
Air-Conditioned! 
WANT THE FINEST IN 
OOERN APT. LIVING? 


ead launpcry 


CLIFTON TERRACE 


ba ve gene a. 
best apt 
Pr: eon = 


GARDENS 


l-FARE ZONE 
4688 NICHOLS AVE. SW. 


} Dain. 
} Bedrm., Furn + up 
Ix UDING UTILITIZ 

EPPICIENCY PURN 
Sedrms., Unfurn.— 
LOS UTILITIES: 


out to mase this 


#725 LANIER PL. NW vs < 
and Co ‘a ré tree 


2 BDRMS — $7 73. 50 to $86.50 


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7 
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a gr 
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dlamen. 4 tor. entlaven and sculls Private Bus Ser ice — Capital | er 
Transit & Silver Spring Shope ing 


PHONE JO. 
Oper Daily, 
Sunday, 


1-2700 
». . 
RA MARS AVE veg A 


COMPLETELY 
AIR-CONDITIONED 


OWN LOCATION 


GARDENS 


S. Prederick St at Columbia Pike 


1. 2. and 3-Dedroom “ite of 
y closets 

fion _ p facistiny 2 

exirar” immacctate. 

ane a, ‘een 

2-Bedroom , $94 a 
“AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
ALL, UTILITIES INCLUDED 
ALSO SOME FURN. APTS. 


JA. 7-0300 


LUXURY LIVING 
AT ITS BEST 
Air-Conditioned! 
—RESERVED FOR ADULTS 
—EVERY CONVENIENCE 
AND 2 BEDROOMS 
JA. 7-6660 


SRLINGTON—Larcee 2 vet rooms 
iamet 4 secre te 


Ts 
ore 
— 


~ FIRST SHOWING 


THE WILLIAMSBURG -*édert Mor. 


fr, $139.50 


ily 


Darotea Ave 


2? Bedroorns—$82.50 and p 


rm 
; pewly - inte 
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(URY pik" tomer 
LER GARDENS 
me CONVENIENT TO 
EVERYTHING 


MATa 
cs & ONTO Si ae rx 
TLAND AVE _—Bea ¥a 
beat. 2 -o onal 
STEU 
7-244 


ARMSTRONG 


ST ROUE 


Unturn.—$65 up 


aree ease’ 
a. 


~ LARCHMONT 


large 
cross ventila- 


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a. 


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ihe 
HU. 3-4400 2004 Lee Har. JA. 22-7070. JA. 7-658 
~~ NOW RENTING JUST 16 MIN. VIA. SHIRLEY Hwy 


MO 
GRADE. HICH, ‘NURSERY 


s | . to place your 
81-80 weekend want ads 
‘ | in the big 
- See we = Saturday and Sunday . 
FURNISHED ~lassified Sections of* 
VILLA LAGE APTS. The Washington Post- 
ci Ee and Times Herald ~ 


RE. 7-1234 


ee 
APTS.. UNFURNISHED 36 


$105: 1! 

ne : 

= . 

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from Key 


St te 


SCHOOLS 


$66 


i GAS 


PROJECT 


ALSO FU 


CQO 


BIG BR 


ng OF CLOSETS 
A : 


LIVISG 
} Sedroom— $87 50 


NY 


8-5740 
CAPITOU 
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fe gee HEAT 
CLEA 


POR BROCHURE. KI 


ch floor t schoots SHIRLEY DUKE APARTMENTS 
4447 DUKE ST 


TN ROCK CREEK PARK - 


RIGHT AT SHIRLEY DUKE APTS 
1. L BR. APT 


$75. "BC Rogers Pat shits. Ma 
Convenient te 
shopping ot] = a 
mea) Se sliton gt 7. 
WATER AND Ap ee emilten st ie 
: ; AP 2558 oF RAN 1 
ee 1. | tocHé 34 i4te st ae i 
" a2 ¢5 


Xe Large Apt —Tow Rental 
i EDRM. APT.—$90 ~ 
EFFICIENCY —$57 


NEW AMSTERDAM APTS 
2701 i4th ST. NW 
New r cecorea' 


buses an 


RNISHED APT. PLAN— 


8-$5°7 


ALEZANDRIA. VA ” 
pe 
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sw itcP hear 
por desk or C 
co. $7e8 
an "erastetn Syudicaice _ 


“3608 FLOWER AVE. 


L, AND STILL 


OOMS . ir™m.. ; 
Ls lose to transp. end 
PEATURES POR GOOD bid arprted hh 


st. §-9580 
10 MINUTES 
FROM THE CAPITOL 
SEE MODERN SUBURBAN 


Jt 


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oo 


LUDES [ TIL Ay. 
162 

CORP 
Eves 1. —_— 


Brus “Pris 
ST. NE 


LESS THA 
VIA SEW 


2 


st 


533 A 


At 


, 2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS 
LIMITED NO. AVAIL. 


: GREENWAY 


A CAPRITZ 


Beautifully. Decorated 


1-BEDR 


wot Sed Bete | Fe 
“ROSEMARY 
== Apartments 


Suburban Living 


7. ww 


“tam t 


10 Winthrop st 
st 
Sat 
si 00. 
“ND AY 2 


The pias — 


4545 CONN. AVE 
AIR-CONDITIONED 
3 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS 


AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY — 
MRS. BENS an SSSIDENT MGR. 


H. G. SMITHY_ CO. 


DEVE oO PMENT 
and A St. SE. 


N10 MIY DOW 
EB CAPiTou. 


rxewory 
BRIDGE 


os 
~/ > 


OOM APT 


$64 


DRM. APT. 


$78 


ct 


“A 
BE 


T 
i DON NA LEE 
a” Walk © Pub be and 
Parochial Schools 
And to Large Shop Center! 
BUS AT YOUR DOOR 
LARGE 2 BEDROOMS 
PETS PERMITTED 
CLOSETS GALORE 
Conv. to Pentagon Navy Annex, 
Ft. Belvoir 
Furnished Availab'e 
RESERVE NOW? 


M 
- 


OFFERS 


Its Finest 


FURNISHED APTS ALSO AVAIL 
Make Your Selection Today 


Vacat 


N 


All Away! 


IDEAL 


Numerous play areas, basker- 
| ball courts, indoor playrooms,* es sed shopping 
-- tables, berbecue pits. 


A ie Sie : 


SRP tae 


SWIMMING AND 
WADING POOLS 


ion At Home 
In Our * bas I fore: 
Mariveore Pike, 
manetas "GARDENS 
“GORDON TERRACE &E. 3” 
ir-Condition Unit 
OW OPEN 


3 ; 
EMBASSY SECTION 
THE WARWICK 
3051 IDAHO AVE. NW. 


{set aue AND CAT aves.” 
OVEL 
setie £2 


to Our Residents Only 


FOR CHILDREN. 
comed ba 
near churches trans 

IM. 3 : 
215 One ST. SE. 


oF ne 
Cco.. él 


JUST COMPLETED__ONLY ¢ APARTMENTS LEFT 
AIR-CONDITIONED DELUXE 


2 


Peatagor Reve Annes Bote 
; 1631 T ST. NW 


’. HaMP. AVE & T ST 


1 RM. EIT. DINETTE. pats o63 
2? RM. KIT. OFNFTTE. BATH $79 
3 RM. EIT. BATH $35 


in Beautiful Silver Spring 
Completely Air-Cond. 


3 BEDRMS.—!% BATH 
$133.50 MONTH 


Newsy reha>iiflated and compiete- 
ly redecorated . 


equ liomen’- 


putas 


— HEAT OT WATER 


PORT AT ioe 


sy So 
pron Hills chert 


APARTMENTS 
OE LUXE GARDEN TYPE 


“ry KAGER A: Ast. i132 
1™ Fs ‘Sdtee! er 


ee 
Mrs. Guy, 2512 Holman Ave. 
Phone JU. 8-1297 


Glen Manor Gardens 


Off-street 
sep. Cm. area, wa’! 


mms. 


AUXNDRY PA- 


gy Ra ae 


W screonsinr 
We. rz 


EM 


ee 


GEORGIA AVE_PAST TAST-Wrst 
Y a = RD 


HOW 
wate ON 


Stes Wanda’ 
aneris. ° 


Lock #0 


LEE GARDENS 


COMMUNITY OF APARTMENT HOMES 


5 Glee Ft, . ivi caccaccusteae 
2 BEDRM. APT. ...........,.$99.50 
All Utilitees Included 
A@‘ecent ‘te moments from Pen 
ABBeL. just we the heart of Btown 
St tien to Clatynden et foute 137. then 
Rice tees On circle et bead of sires. 
9 ‘wt 7:30 


Pert Mirer. and Nave 
8 minutes ashing on. 


= fre ey — : 
LOWEST RENT 


| BEDRM — > ie 
2 BEDRMS $7500 


; FURN. APTS., $81.50 Up 
ALi. OTILITIES (CLUDED 


“e- 


—- Tae © 

one-half } boca bo Satrease. 
Daily Hours 

Saturday 9 ‘ai I 00 

Sunday 1 ‘* 5,00 


Apply Office, 701 No. Wayne St. 
Arlington, Va. 


JA. 5-6546 
35-6986 


CALL RE. 5-8000 
FOR BROCHURE AND 


Rental Mor 
Office JA 


' 


| OA 


1 Bedr 
2 Bedroom Apartments . 
3 Bedroom Apartments 


3-5000 


BEDROOM APTS. FROM $153 
ALL UTILITIES 


row trermo«ctae? 
tc cosets, 


INCLUDED 
control, 
$20. xit., 


spacrous 
two elev. 


parka, 


-wali 


PHYLMAR PLAZA 


4100 W ST. NW 


ee ar = 


wtt en 3h & 


_ 7-2282 


ert te 39¢h 


a vert 
W «t. to epertapents 


Bt Of 


* DU 


s Easier end Less Expensive 


> > 


NEW 


AIR CONDITIONED 
KTON APARTMENTS 


NOW RENTING 
oom Apartments 


~g 


~~’ 


.$ 92.00 
.$112.50 
.$135.00 


eres eft © * 
eee * * 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED IN RENT 


MODEL APARTMENT OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 


: 
} Directions 


Lansley Perk shepeing cenier te Fos stress. 


i Beck 


| Magazine Realty Co., 


; WOODWARD BUILDING 


REE Iasi 


Out Mew Hamechire erence extended 1 Wille past 
riabt on Poa stress 
rental office on left. ot 1964 Fou Street. 


Inc. 
ME. 8-6055 


——_ 


i te 


FURTHER INFORMATION 
sro Sams aenst w., PARK SHIRLINGTON APTS. 
“pare Only a Few 2-Bedroom Apts. Left. 

From $134.50 


‘ALL UTILITIES AND SERVICES INCLUDED) 


Private Swimming and Wading Pools 
Completely Air Conditioned 


Z Extra ige. rooms, with Ige. closets, garbage disposal, ige. 
BASSY SECT 1ON freezer top Westinghouse refrigerator, plenty of privete 
perkung, tiled corridors and many other features. 


so 
rile 
oo. 


OPEN 30 AM. ‘TIL 9 P.M. DAILY 
DIRECTIONS Directly out Ghirley hwy te Shirlington shesping 


KI. 8-1900 


4503 31st St. Sduth Arlington, Va. 


In Montgomery 


1-BEDROOM APTS. 
2-BEDROOM APTS. 


F 


ore “th cupip Geom 
2 wide lawn avecs t sele 


: 


BEAUTIFUL 
ROCK CREEK GARDENS 


Ma. 
Roc« 


r 
_ srry, 


on the District Line 
and Near Creek Park 


TRANSPORTATION 


Rervtce tw eat 
@Goenmte@an arene 7 
Ceptta! Transat tuset 
Aliso task ote, bu 
service 


SHOPPING 


107.50 


reer * 


RENTS INCILADS ALL UTILITS 
URNISHED AND UNFURNISHED APTS. 
spare; viaveround tow | 
CALL JU. 5-4030 


Rental Office on Premises 
AT 4327 GRUBB RD. SILVER SPRING, MD. 


OPEN SATURDAYS, Lore oti 9 ‘TL 5 


fs 


p=tes oe 


MANAGING AGENTS 


Eig & McKeever 


as 


on Fellewing Pace Tn " Gontinned on 


ca Pe . oy ) S SRT a2vte 32 6h SES Ls bys BMA 9905 ric MOS 4 232 uGH anyaun saat avte 232008 AAURUE $2 AYTA ZIEUOF 


Rij? FFAS 


64) SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67D. 
— MARYLAND 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER ALD/ Houses 
4? Friday, August 10, 1956 . 


APTS., UNFURNISHED —_36 


Common r : ’ — iz om > hh. y 7 . : |) ae c = ihr : 5 
’ oa a8 'e . . P ° ’ ie + : 
ren. ear 


c 
7 M 9-668. . ; 
ae ee a 2 rms..| ©. . . Ho. | gomuphetely eedec. ST. Lan, 4, (rust xy rooms. 
if aes a peat aeF pet yale | WA rm ON: A & . met i 
urn - 4 < N iP ! . f Ratt . 
INC 800 + ne NA Be 3-bedrm gy larze 3 | iLY 1 TO? gion” we an %—F- 


‘ ae dining ive 
to place your 801 49TH ST. NE. (8 . te menatioen NOTES 
ar comfortable 2-bedrm gf SS Wisp eo 'M N. inves ' ' frent 
vay Wis bie ads 1 mod elt Didg_ $95 Incl utile frame offs Ear | ee red tall mornin co. trust note, 82.200.  ~« GAs nw. | COL.., $] 00 per mo.| 
ny e CHS, 724 141 entatic: vw Val AEA Sabet GES WAVE CLIENTS Sith unlimited cath; low : Bi dl 
7 : cre 1. Classy. apt -size e: ched, GARA SALE OR RENT 45 for purchase of secuna-Arunt nares | "Ou oe A Ha oe rf northwest; Ide- | eee error 
nicely fints 


COL ost 177  bedrms.., Jan aes?. ADT. to 
Saturday and Sunday cm sf ' : B._8-6659._ ate~soud Open 12-2. 4611 Van Wess "a NTOWN. OFF STREET PARK. ot wick one etre” te) Dako ny niente to bo en st . ~ yt aN a. ree 
lassified Sections of Fi a a ~ . - 2 be*- Sy ns WF—Spa- ous rembier) a rear i217 a. Fe ie “. JE_ 2-376 | ere te Polpe ae comple ech ulti ~y faraee. a 
: eda.| 5° Dive” inc. boo ‘Rt: ‘nw TRUST NOTES WANTED 61a. sirn5 | “Slecenh cf me can Ta. | i 
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sf 


e Washington Post « sn a aay. LU 2-122 Aircond.._ tastefully Det iano.) Na 6- : Di 7-9080  Bres. RA 3-2190 
, COLORT —2 snd . . pts, 2 | room. Sia” : * OFFICE, DESK SPACE, Rent 46 WiLL BLY SELL 2d a 2 a 
and Times Heratd entre Oe ie: 7 OL, 6-543 = | Seen DESK SPACE, Rent 46 MR JAMES——DI. 7-1655' COLORED—-VACANT — To BETHESDA VALUE—A 
CEE Orem. 80... eee : Use nee a ece te nee end ae anf oft SALE, INVEST PROPE 62 509 Rittenhouse St. NW. | rei t | shh 
‘ in mod. apt ide Bachélor apt.| garg"™ gift /ARD : : ig SALE. ~ BHROGH SPECIAL | Siena 
RE. 7 1234 NW. ) mo. all utilis, Three 2- ta ArER OL. -54 ices 182. ot. my = 3 ct sea ee Nils or “ a prick, $. zoom soa ful 4307 lilinois Ave. NW. pe F . ~ye 
Buttabie for How kin’ SCHAPER Of d:| near 7th and P Sts, NW. Pire es- Selamat can, be nee Ie a6, Ste row brick: 8 rms.. detached $17,500 6-8600, eves. OL. of 


b bea hike i d 
» BOG-| char AC 8 tot 
ap vies near KL. 93-9540 or TE. 66-0110. " . nt ranc 
hilare 966.50 MED M. house: clase 16 schools. NW" lias Juni east of ah heat Rent shout $1000 per mo.. es 14th, St «4 ST. 7 ae wrong eB ee EFRLICH CARROLL KNOLLS 
ar? vom en . ne to « 7 Ss Dp) : . , = —— 
*{ "7 oI x t nt > rms ALEX —3 bedrms. fenced yd Con : H se. etc uPerin - in 
e* _ + - - —_— 
we bath “6453 premises Telephone $395 dow . Kr NO CAPTTOL ~ COLORED—VACANT OL. | A. $388 OL. 433468 Year-o1d ; 
COLORED in. = : oe * hi : A — rm ~ brick * 4 ’ ont cond : “ : rooms. 
with > ne. WANTED Brick 6-10 unit ap Lo Mi eae 1200 BLOCK sates ed red Soren Coloal large. 
tower 
‘* — —_—_—_—_—_—_—K—K—X—XKX—_—_——— ee 
AIR-CONDITIONED COLORED I $3 2 ~ Mer dl an Ww. tull Lae —, rm I uckneil A dD. HOUSES WM CALOMIRI “INV. _CORP, 
100. mo 8707 GEORGIA AVE, ALE, 9. C.. “ 
. ~ BO _8-8379 r-conéit Detached briek Colonial on besati- — | See 
4 ook 440 ridian kitchen. eX —Reverly Ti Lovel rely Go- ler ; Sain wrGuites arranged a corner fo: J bedroom ; Ars ZOMPC RED ri’ BARGA SAIN | X 
" » & 
‘a0 ae Se SIGLER & CO.. F p. | dishwasher. 1 "7 7-8300. Bice Phone JU. 9-004 Ee G lightful 
nN many extras. $195 with lease. TE. revenge ew gale Attractive rm Any WOODS. Chevy Chase— BSMT_ DET. GARAGE DETACHED. Pr alee home, with enn R . esse 
. hou “ 
af : cs 6] ; .» . “ + 
WARWICK VILLAGE is! . “tore of “Saf FLLIS KOSSOW REALTOR modern a , b 
vis : ' 22} gT 3-44! __ TA. 9-749 | din - ise. livin Colo- CHEVY CHASE. Columbia praised 5404 BROOKWAY DR. 
. | . . . ‘ | 
dia.| guile, air-cond. bide. | 7 .| 7-t0om Just ocks west, Only $395 down: compl. redec: 2 rambling fine section. west at “ave 
peoveres nds towering 
1-180 t avail ; 
2 a ____ Ext » Wowkees Dr.. turn ight 


—_— . 
APTS., UNFURNISHED “ain ak bee en in Huntington 4} capes at rear and 2? sides Cu 
Continued From Precedin shops; is re ildren; steady renter. An offer is in od -new 
aublen, Gel: ‘back VLORED, 05 New ¥ a “snd Det Tana,| 10 settle. an estate Lous P aig 
m. duplex: a9 10 eee. hit.. bath, tod. apts. HOUSES, UNFURNISH 4) ty bide of dignified) Shoemaker. 1919 K Bt. 6.W. WA COLORED—GI APPROVED Evans Dr. Open 2-6, Sat. & Sun. | L 
r , » tar y 2 Time mG 2190 H U U ED Meee Club. 8-1166. 2012 24th St. NW 3-0450 3-bedrm. rambler. conv. te schoois Pe 
‘.. tropoliian Clu , 74 YOU ST. N.W. Alter 6:20. DO_229968 HURIAUX wt ty 
mt _ ‘at \ 19 min. Pentagon. © pe ex- ) rom 8 
1300 MASS. AVE. rms. Kit.. Bath. Best! iple on! . Jefferson. Maner bids. in Hyatts.. Takome Park. Sii- | 4 brick rtd ry 
COMPLETELY fist ane Piorm OOF oa ww thinne tei, Abe on bere Roe ite ver Spring area. JU. 9-8604 MENT Dr. 700 BLOCK E th rees: ex 
} }~hbedrm. brick semidet i bathe 5 rm i bs ~~ i ei * 
ly payments space. bedroo 2 
bat 0. Man im m cemmemnmngeeepatates 
i Naritor or call SIGLER & CO BROOKS RLTY,. co AMERICAN TNIVERSITY PARE. LORED— VACA an 3.2190 
| Lee. ..he rn iW ek ~ } ™s. Z " fir powder Goor 
me ant > . : v. rm Ai rm x! rm anf : : “. fo REALTY ¢ _ fr . 
, _ DI _INC 1a00 4 BEDRMS.— The ow ofa _ 4 953992 ic HEVY CHASE—Delightful 3-bed- 
vall- COLORED—1354 Monroe st nw, 2) »-7468 ae sT. 3 -bedrm. brick: cent r fee 
bas ; on wit » n ir e° ot bidg : der , i ne $795 DOWN reatures © “4 900 vite 4 ¥ a healtors 
on bath. separete fen, OL 2-64 
homes $115 mo Individ- . Woods 
Feat uae 16 NW. offce sec ; F**) Club area—Low 205. GI « 
: mith Westinghouse 2 sc ase See This ~ detached Fre complete ante for, he wi a Snow white brick olen . OPEN, 1 TO 5 
poundproet walls Full <\ occupancy _. . n Lares * | lend. kitchens. 2 baths. 2 ine closed pchs it toda 
TH and Spi ug BY rm 5 lot “with | towering es Hon, Cal u tA Sched gociont tess- sikDLER Reabty vat ko 2-1257 re Bal Bani lub rind —o Coote. 2-00 come ~~ hy 
Ps 5.497 Pee ' ' bt. ecreation = h. tion, Cal th — D a s) sc 
Manaoer’s Off ra COL DRED , TY Co ’ um —" i A . L. " sin : d ‘ . > Wa . Oven fom Bd Sor — ae or _— rs seed rr nh 7, Kt 080,500 ---+ COLO FMIDETACHED COLORE VACANT cK Call To A&A L 
woyte  saues ; daily including Sunday. | Apply J. J. Sullivan Co. 2333 18th) WA! ONES . INC. 2-FAMILY BRICK Ehrlich Deluxe Special CHEVY CHASE, MD. | on. Brockway ana coaiinus 


Call AD. 4-3440 : Ae. or. 68! \LER & “CO RA Mr ° son Ave - R v 
ore Zs . & Menneds St Bt. NW. or call AD. 23-2626 | HEY Cc oaag ft, ——_ Ave NW 

“BOLLING VIEW APTS.” |coisnen.—r55—weRIDTAN Pr TE. $-5912 1025 Conn. A _D. Go| § rms = vad. vats | pomiee, Hu ep NAN) Perfect for Entertaining & ure N- Johnson 
ee eS, moter, 3 bedrm. ¢ NW Lae 9-bedrm. apt.. kit. and on : ve. baths Ide: r ‘Nr. READMOND REAL ESTATE. | rooms, | LIVING RM —24x24 "es Hs Raf . Co. 

iS Mental office. 464% Gn n kit, 83250: ant. fee ALEXANDRIA ARFA , , | shopping _cen a¢ — = TNs EM 2108" 7 | an Vary Loe. Private Garde le 2s 

wt ‘oo nito : * BUCKNELL MANOR rr Prestige Office | oF Asking 824.980 eo 3 ™.| COLORED.16TH_& TAYLOR NW FRED EHRLICH In addition. there is an umusua 

*poLtiNG ONAVY. . Immediate P ton | Wendi let. femsedaling nd vedenn: CHEVY CHASE ~~ Coe-teer ola $595 DOWN | for parties. 4 bedrooms 3 Baths! 
mmedciate rossession ing for an acceptable fenan a * Colon al; ist © , OWNER MUST SELL | lier 630 PM a. aoe on 24 f; vou Will be 


apt - | rating : , 
pace: ¢ an “COLORED, $55 | | these rooms laree. & ; =, beermi —_ titel mod §-rm tapestry bri ck. im finest 7; the Doseibilities eof ti r 4 n 
pin 89 I Near E. Capi tol 28 4 “Benn! ha Gay at . et Fa. J sitbod Hest ones ; i. e: a garage. Colored—8th . Ingraham | NW. pemne, _Seieee pt S20,565, sushed in for b space 
‘ - 3 TWIN-SIZE BEDRMS. . cilities. Tan | el . oo io ust 452%. 25 - SMALL DOWN PAYMENT | Ee® Hwike | as Sat - 2 laree ~- dy “722%. as 
a hopping _ 
: . Ping $11.500 


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t hn redec e , : = ane 
: "NA bet 4 R ec. Refrie . 7.89) PENG A} QUARE VEST available BILLIN SSLEY ec? co o73 Colon ta brick home. front Preat 4-7693 or W 
Ake Cantral ILL y . pet 24 : I , 6 rms rear 
SRT ie: “APT “HOTEL COLORED- * pot aes Bre. & ont? oLintte Wale To } L "bees G Georg: - ave iver : Saki Dd. c. Firs voter: : re ri ! I wl Chevy ons Rambler 
1028 CONN. AVE te Oe OS ee ae Sone Spr rent below $3 per sauare : tL. Ls -bath bh Priced si. Sperkiing new hom 
4 tt LOCATION ey , — . . foot: all services and conveniences, tached bric ; * Walk: ne dis- EL ee rOh TERT | 500. ‘ca MR STOVE 
ALK TO WOKE i apt. {8 On, bus line PROERAT Swimming Pool | de of Suver spring. Mr. Blowe.| tance to Lalaseste Sooo. Powdes DO CAMPARELLA & CO, 0 7 
, a mae 8-313 rear 380. C Priced amas: ingly a ONLY $495 WN 


full kit: wit bath RENTAL CO., 915 New York ave OR “to tent. Ia- 7 om. te 
Sr cem: otielencien al aa16 and Elementary School on OFF tin BL Wheaten.” Ma) 81818 cal Legum & Ge Se 4 BEDRMS. D mn HED Tichen Scot ‘ 
EM. 2-5006 TUCKERMAN 8ST. XW. : ew | wan uss WHEATON ILS AREA. 2708 Pent. 


sr? . % fa. Ave. nw., 4500 Bed- Adjoining 20-acre Wooded Sites 7-7 53} 
bait 50, hed. tm... “oe, iv Fm. kit. beth. 969.00. A wren x CHEVY <¢ CHASE 6314 7TH ST. NW. 1300 BI EMERSON ST I 
CONDITIONING 'T Foote St. NE $120-$125 PINEY BRANCH & FLOWER AV! =§=COLONIAL BRICK pg to Mh a see Fie “add ae "tris “cneer sine ——— rms, tas i hy Ke 
a Bedrm. liv. rm. dinette, ki _LOUIS RUDDEN, TU, 2-3060 a . nae | Ww | mn 
PHONE Ve A Nel ree RR ’ A. ot IKE = co. A 5 9100 The owner of this beautiful home pa A. 4 J nT he —— <> : : Hien. : *D.: bal: 
; - 251th C LL SO ~ us : “mm — ; fFpe a ee pd iL. ; maid's rm. th ROUSS ARD AG igor 34 4< 


TSH PLEY PARIS »? vermo _A — ree ect rod WEEKDAYS AND GSAT. 3-8 2-.YEAR UBLEASE aa anal t a new! ts of rd et . tly b bemt.. s rch, 
a I a A ; Geist fal "Sie a) FOR AHH ogame, car | $950 DN.—4 APTS. | Earl gate fos i 
aa ft 


DESIRABLE SE. LOCATION Bi netian Ddiinds RA. 3-6369 MONROE DEVELOPMENT CORP MD NE bedrm.. din. rm 
1-Bedrm., from $68 50 COLORED MN ines Hey Alex loge Gea end ii soL_ 1 ow ave cm | ah o. scr. porch, 
al ; Bmw = ' “- . oors to 
ddit i 4 and 2 ttle LI. 3-5305 Ll. 3-5307) mutaranding income. from 5 ot * el a ‘ 

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B 
y => oi + A. under Bi se: 
Laree rooms. pastel de pictu s bedra iv. rm... Gi shed brick dinin 
: ; ms 4 10 rs ° in 3: aad transi x ae mo thor - 8 A mmec ae as. 'G \ORORGE In New Air Conditioned, SHANNON & LUCHS CO. NTH GOOD SECTIONS 
churches. . ACK KRAFT._NA_ &.2900 iMPRICAN UNIVERSTFY AREA Downtown Office Building. , $89 50 MO eee OLR Realt ae 8440 
RED— SETACH 
2-2-0533 ‘cond. LUSTINE REALTY CO. ‘NDREWS Wes "3 5210 13th St. NW busine: feed at 
ex oandl ' I ; = |; a usiine air Priced | 
: tiled t t. 500. with sacelent financing cor lot fied 3863 ALLER cm preety 
oss 6-3 
CuevtT CHE Db. €.—Just « step 


2-Bedrms from $80.00 1905 Whittingham Pl. ne , | baths Recreation rm. in full bemet : CHEVY CHA sy 
UTILITIES INCLU DED) 101—NEWLY REDECORATED ALEX — 1334 Bayliss Dr “a-bedrm NATIONAL ORGANIZATION | Pr: ced in the mid 20's. Don't miss COLORED DOWN. : a a a center-hall.  brick-< ~and-stone Tam- praise! oe ‘Subarban Prover 
as ter. situated on ’ : 
ample rt : $ | 95 D ——Si._ 3-78 I ae street This e 
: MASON GREE CO J 
cot one D—5920 Foote st. ne. One| New home s. 2% bdbeths Conn ¢., imma be ir 3 YEARS OLD 
3188 25th st "ee ge bedrm.. | rn finette. kit cony. to qverythi me. Reas. AD 788 SQUARE FEET ' heme ; rm. fren “ ° ° Best Buy—Upper NW, ; ye A 
' ae: . om . q ri t© shopping center and Conn joan Lovely brick rambler 
—- - : : nia! 5 : . : m’ Pee , 
412 Sth «st 1 I 7.8995 . 6. jars ’ / t? 2? 
EFFIC. —$64. 50° , ee $85-$100. L 2 PRIVATE OFFICES 2- ; : i‘ w ase disposal. venetian FL. PULL BATH_ DEN a Ch PFRR . 
2801 15th ST. NW . ts. $87.50 to 8 w™ r 3 ANNANDALE tee Ee rw & BERENS in. CO. EMe apes. srove, setkis.; Sul Dems m h-wh. double garage.) Resi: 3- i ‘i Phill oe 
t ~~ *- . “DISME > Al XTER ; rambler fs med. poss. 2 F| 523 PENNSYLVANIA BLDG, -300 ise Dishwasher. disposal. Ch h irkside WHEATON HILLS ~ 
1-BEDRM.—$86. 20 H st. _ | CUNNINGHAM, Realtor JE. 2-8109| 13th St. and Penn. Ave. NW ‘ALLIANCE REALTY CO. +t ey ee ee Leaving town, must 
COLORED 12 Lamont st. NW L. N.—immac. 2 & 3 bedrm_ brk ' * | te Lafayette School Here is the Days. ME. & 5454 EADMOND. REAL ESTATE Modern” white brick Colonial in’ custom built. 4-bed 
Tmet utils Moder mn elevator bi Ver ’ ractive. 2 rn it.. bat aa ttic idea! loc KE. 8-6586 Cali ME. 8-0948 home for the large family at a Atter 6 RA. 35-5454 TU. 2-6161 EM 2-707 close-in area just © jnevy brick Cape Cod tn 6 
Bdec ed halis, sun deck, 5215. 4RL., W.—Glose-in 6-2 room house most reasonable price. 3 large COU —DETACHED—S9S0 A ae ch : sarc “fen and ory a a 
e resident manage cot ORED | T st. nw. 2-bedroom ¢ backyard. $90 mo. JA m 2 hs. stairs up) 3¢ rma: Mod HOUSES WANTED, te BUY 65 ist 8 re of 
F ~ $891 and 2 bed. ny. transp. CO. 5-6668. ANI -&-—At: mid | 3 “SIDED. aT 2 You ww a se ~g e ag: 2 bom, + Pru 
to am 1 he? ih drm es Te Ae te 2 A. $25 MONTH INC. UTILITIES | ne alee ‘yest. big kitchen wi ‘ ; Carr. 4 AD SPOT CASH | kitenen and roan & 
; 714 1: $55 month "| Te 6-8977 , stores, churches LOUIS RUDDEN. TU. 2-3060 breakfast mook. Maid’s room an HOMES AND TRUST pores 
art ere ; "+ hearts eAlTY & : > ————————— bath, = a? es 
— an mn St Ww 12 ch a hw $s O : “oi rms., i-f _ BUSINESS PROP. RENT 47 rd bed ES el 7 or Jour $m mis 
t N mh 3 > 79 at we 3 S02 a ao . = ee NORTHWEST REAL 9400 
c p rm. bedrm.. ain tm. kit bath. $130 mo. JA. 8 Bt. RESTAURANT 5 ones = CUM 33 P | Modern hed) WH. L_1-7278 Ex lly att room 
1. BE ORM, APT —$90 + ture. O68 me: oneal « ‘i -3628. avaliable at entrance uy 3-dedrm : b: PO sh RM - os W 5 or 3-bedrm. bome —— ona ~ My -- Re with 
?. REDRM APT e Ke fy oT NE "RE , i nd Al > am, Fon. pay, cen eres grates access aes tol home. Nr. Eastern Star Home. ! oer. % res odern good SE or ot a. m ittin ae. tiled basement. 
> Reknnsindl ee be oil coLonkD. D hee > den art oa 4 rt “ Ra seer rm. Garbage disposal ba 4 hea , ~ 368. ‘ential © 8 rage 
one of Wa ingt nost 4 313 seen . 5. i h peveanes Leon at HE. 4-7000 ior informa- cret ; , = 
ve elevator-apt id | ~~ ‘he rm, cinets Kit ren ‘enced Sack’ ward: tf truly outstanding location UERBAC co —d1 7-6501 cond tion 2 oe jo 24 = BLAN ore REAL’ 
te tit t JA. 2-217 hich will spesk for itself upon oa SOLES, RE M = bouts od ee 


bby. switchboard n oa CLEVELA’ — 
i . bu . . p at entrance LU rit PAL T « ARL —s- rm — Colonial 2 bed n fon we a, s Anytime. ore CORNER a 
con COL—FARRAGUT $f.) A . CASH BUYER” OR ese “ait, & 


fac tities or prem! s A a : P « with fire LN 
K Y . 49 Will consider aay ” reasonable of- ° 
will sell terme | LI. 6-2000 om Pa AGENCY 


MRS FICKS th at . separate dining 1 "full dDasement fers LAURA HAR fon bemaed 
Con 
) senea arian, ot r me OR 
i. Sears Greenwood Knolls i*°* £0. 


piv desk or CALL MRI! : 
/ |. cor liv arage. shade trees; $125 
serena Bornstein Gyadicetes | ait "Tm, bain. @65. m mo. 839 N. Harrison st. JA. 7-2211 _ NW. 13?—Lae. new REALTO PRS PARE 3 Baths—Rec. Rm. 
“ane MODERN LIVING ; TINE ski (rn <emi-det mt te commercial srea EV ND PA 
iIN\ . NW DI fer, yd 3 biks schools. sh LUSTINE REAL. NEW— CO-EXCLUSIVE In —> Petworth WW. sec. ft for sale or rent in 

COLORED— 206 T3th ne bus tagon c y CO. 412 Sth St. NW. DI This house wants a family to en- Ut enif: ultramodern’ County W + S00 

Luxury, Comfort, Convenience iS Bete: aM > &. a —i I~ 5 ighias a ey ~-: ~»— | Sone Ete a? fet to Fis: Sen ys | RES 

' , . 2 rms. k nd bath. "RA “1651 Pent; 2 bed attic. full bemt.. 665 PER WO. —ist comm. corner ' ne tinisi ope lywood cole , a ry | hom 

. DE -0956 : : ‘ } - = : a poles southwest of Alexandria. with- LAST Oo TUNI | Mew Colongial -. 6 @ 7 3m. 

. . m oo & Upshur : Mt. Rainier iy im : ust be able te take | 3 poe o's powder on "Nee 


» ’ ; rden — } oom ix, BUtO. gas ; 20 = 
area §=suiteadie for baroer large —~ graccio | be paneled vm over low equity Gi loan. No agents No Money [ lown a tached - veren 
che “year cine =. 


rocer launmcry cleaner storage 


schoo : 


5: 2 heat r - atte M2-1965 ae SE os ba. . and rear yards wn! a OUICK ACTION eT 

ers $75- sits ox ists W) De. 23-1137 Se te payment or ‘aa house } TO VETS Wood Ac str. 
1-hve a Ja. tose COMMERCIAL SITES $3 eal a | 
NO.—Rr St Ana's, er rmnns | FOGGY ans MAKE ME AN OFFER St Gresntield. A B13 Beil 1M 


; | Sn, 2 | : ase, Col “oral Wick, Wome. de 4-aeré Conkéd on tad High- 212 14—16 RE 7.353) Ny 
u ENTS ‘AL Rw a? oe per Oe eee Pee | ated chests ond —3 mil ¢ Fall YOUR OFFICE. ava Hi» UN. 4- 3422 will buy your heme for sil ‘cash! 
~ | AVA —* UE NO : pats J 4 ransp berhood way rmies west o aris by = RA eee So a ee wT o chars * thee qaelt iN sre 
~ f ? Nice] 175 3 
os40 oY BMANNON & LUCHS dee” fone es 4 S wy 4 pise Pe, sit MFORD REALTY 4&4 Church. Sewer, water and gas rears niet AR * remodeled a NEAR COOLIDGE HIGH ‘ e: "a2 tue , it deleodl how 
” tae 2.97 — es . - - +, 4. 4 o 
SAA ist st ne. NA. #2345 | Ding: util, turn. LN 3-4) AREF ALLS CHURCH —SevergT Ze I ae-| available. 60¢ per square foot. George a4 Bech hans at 4 erty 
bie - bear hduses 100% alr cooled br Carrier. or kept it | at EAR 
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QUINCY MANOR COLORED ABK-Us! REALTY COTA. 8:1253) cout Fartington —="Approx.| nice-sined, hi sowder rm.” Srepl : ne ee ea tor Vous thom om 
. . : : Spot Cash for our ome re near a and transporte- 


CHEVERLY, MD. 14 ] 5 CHAPIN CAPITOL HILL 15.000 square feet. Corner a ee ee 4 Le oan ,. 
yst restored ’ n ; : ' “ 
- Near 14th and Pla Ave. NW 3 bedrms.. din. rm. openi aes ea adjacent to shopping = se 32-4443 | Full basement. ore DIRECT FR OWN -¥ tio. =s — a -- fen “2 
2-Bedroom Apts.—$66-$71 Elevator Building Close to Bis." - ae ae @ orest Hills = a6 oul. x pit ' y S cash OM NER | 5 PPA an conventional Davers at at a 
Transportation and Shopping cee i's rth mj; HUBBARD REALTY CO.' For the Busy Husband! |-“"2ot aap VETERANS Cor, PRINCE GORGES CO. “ores Daily $ AM TO 9 Pa. 
’ OD _ . ° -? - - ' 
CONVENIENT SHOPPING AYD matotare. AR FRE RM NR code nla Amid Tall Trees Nr. 14% allatin nw. Wide! Mr. Kitchens. St 3.0308 nus bo - Gnd cer OPER) 5 eee Wine ee 
i : APARTMENT aT 54) amazing! This lovely two-story) 8* rk. Liv. tm. with Srepi.. b6A pounce taht > tivine 

. Kit. gem 2né@ fir: 4 bed- Greenwood Knolls Realty Co. | Be : mnite for s grand 


TRANSPOR LATION 2 R MS RA . . = lge side acreened porch. = 
. fenced let. $135 te brick is only 10 
NA the White Heuse, t. With bath. 2- ; -— . 2 baths, WH. 6-6486 | separs 


re a ae 
IRECTIONS: Out Defense hwy OOMS. K! N ; . 9904 vi A om th ouae.. 
Rms rom Peac e Cross 1 bik to ATH. $82 50. BeAity om . dbo 7 acres, $45,000. Near CIA ; setting. sdjoining poss eau a 
i ie d ~y ee sat 4 a ve , ‘ prambicr. 2 beat sspaneled site. High elevation. 1 mile to C Park Center I large LEO ‘BERNSTEIN Co. _ Ld. 
f out 2 t me j 1e- Le Ni. ; Tr) : 
Madris, SITAR ng dea ihn teed sath ta| Coury Ch Huard Rely) Site's vent eth —eSPkaBO 2 Mg — | SALE SUBURD. WOUSES OTD. 
LW _.8T_3- a o., Merrifield, Va. JE. 2+ kisens 
RENTAL. Wr Stu ake stn M COLOR! D. r—Apt. bid ae redecor rated $150. "Si EVANS i ; -- AY? ths on second) %'959 DOWN—S$95 MO. wm 
{ ue : A 6-010 - SW. — . | floor: with fin- | HEIGHTS, MD.—Beau- 
i $7 2.50: reles aa —+ nd. 6 fy “yy - st: tenes 5 ed room “oares Owne Otis Place & Sherman Ave. a new. ut. white marbdie, ; ‘s . . aoe iv. rm... - Con- 
abil ___ COL — Tags Toth st as ced BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES $5 S>"4 room Attr. Colonial brick: 6 ige. tooms.| ranch-stvie house. 92 ft. long. le- ei weet fee FS and 2 bath "enclosed 
; 7 ; ’ : t} util is : _ . —— e > . 
ERSITY OF MD. (7 Blks) | Ai = — d'town: reduce bt. sober, B s —2100 14th St. NW uy Mee ws 2. wee ge. gas h-w ht. 2 porches: - ih exclusive spetion a n te) , 9 Z nig) >. m. 
408 


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' we —_— a eR eatiae: Newly decorated, modern eauip- ee ¥ ondi! 
o ’ =x 
OR [) aU. 8- den. 2 baths. bem! rd a GEORGETOWN CREW LSTRON pi saght™? AEALTY co 
. ves. be LIST Di..7-9686 TU. 2-3764 | 


rick ar hw den 


{UTILITIES NOT INCLUDED) 


+ 


> 


ths 
Wigs J nw —Newlz dec.) $150 Ze ‘CUNNINOAD 7.2 J. LEO KOLB tor ee. 
‘aoe . , _. tor . =O EALTOR AD. 32-3100 _ CORED built- “i. Americen | Glene- 
i vats 5 ; bedr BA 5- GORGETOWN BARGA _— very 80! Ri ENDEN ST NW. ord Eitenen libra gat - 
CO.OP. APTS., SALE ize. liv. rm. ae Le wy and ache noe $990 ttractive little bachelor — T sarge bedrooms. jar ree lot with “elt MASS. AVE. 
bookshelves. din kit. with h ‘ Lon — required mon onthly IFUL CORNER ater eat rw F Roderick SKY- con 
3 REDRYWS ‘ Soe oat ELEGANT Ls bed rm ap’ dishes asher enemas is a © — eenter , onl on lo : " o oe 
~$81-895 to 2 | me a preseat! os = $950 Dn. $] 00 Mo. er he 


: A. ‘ a a yimiened stotrway 02 3 ise. s doing over 8900 weekly. Cob. eves pom ount 
a 544 px iar. t " re lown payment:| Taen eae iB. 2-2663, COVETPREA wens eine oti J. A Chatel, HU. 33-3356 Conter-hail plan. 4 @@drooms. fire- "we : ot 
| . ints tae, -5, CAFETERIA. own 7 reliving af 13 GeomcETOWN-'3 “Eee gt fens iun oomais) ARGYLE COUNTRY CLUB 


4317 ROWALT DR bad 
$70. r. rosa, 
lish basement. baer lovely warden pore eat 


neur and mé@in r - 
rs . : 1A 8.2800 . oom ram ake ° d: - : ds h- 
PARTE RI %S APTS. é1 000 clin ys ae Toery Mi a ¥ th ou Dughout Ox! 0" 130 mio 000 an A Bee my it nd patio epeation’s condition carage ine ward with flowers. pcr ? 
, RIGGS RD perating Pep ating on pit : ——- ESSO service station = 2-ear ¢a- DAN. + eves. ™ SEs VACY Pes: IO 
south OF UNIV. LAND nicely conditioned first 7 te ne 4-pedr 3 pumps: also store for rene ) 392 to ; "R a HUMPHRIES TREES AND PRIV : 
ef contemoorary ; .- ee ee » S, ; - a ¥ co... 5 a . SS, —. To tee § _ me oat : O16 2 Mass Ave eb oie — = 5020 3 NEW RAMBLERS yust for rs bar ain. iy . HURIAUX 
with bale . y-din itehen ane 21, m - if more building space js“ _pieesent sere COLOR $23.500— $25.500—$27.500 ne a ’ “Ke ; to. 4-4164 OL. 4-3348 
Orc eed t dox residential commercial. SERA completed an 4 rey ve m. ° 
‘130. soa Slely >. i 70 Se 60. sah will provide ee 3 "berms = bath +. 7. AS 4 BEDRMS. EMIDET. 7 are sireasy Third 8 S the prury OL. 4 
ne ist oot N RD... Silver t Boring. toblisived scute: 1908 arenned GL ays Wis. Ave DE. 2.1137 3-room. 
ftreplace. -<enod 


rest. 819.250 


3-bedrm. rambler 000. much additional t alsa 
q ; | +d t, “ per construction lunch opera tions fo for MILLICENT CHATEL 
. 7 ca c ; + . a « 
2 BEDRMS.—$78 2.50 J see: geo La O. at least $3000 cash JE 3-307, CLOVER PARK —Immaculaie Grick schosie 
. a0 4 8-071¢ Colonia semidetached peme in «a STON 
MRE PAT McDANALD . , ; ; nD. ¥Y STORE and living quar- close-in residential area or = 
‘oe Uae inditioning. Well ished SPRING ters for tee A. set of cau. i — 
os . 4 ry Je r ane switch : in a c nm rm incl Jordan frogen-food cabinet. : ~ rm, Sth abeody gts “~~ me 
S¢ ; ; TN 0 hoth = . b ths mia i ~ display a we - meat tast.. le. br tek , . 4 spacious rms. 
+ 988 66th St. NE —2 ige r: "NN CO. “es ‘8-956 [T. 14 or JU. 9-5352 beer cous ane. am 5 “ UCHS CO. trance ball, 2 baths. rec . 
: L% ~~ ales 7 : OWN s. sl = all nee | = : : age Move 
tobe. reas offer 19 t ' J "Car ex 3.4400. 


CONVENIENCE Lis" ICENT CHATFL ray a -£ 


OMFORT rel: Best offer. owner leaving 
PRIDE ase) ita pt tee germans 


Lugurious living et @ mint- ; 3 -REDROOYS aor s | ‘ ‘ : 7 
e m cost H H. A. GILL & & SON by exe usive full : of rooms. . OL Nip noe on RA Mw) a 


sultation 
move) broke r and travel 


ho 

Dz 2200 be : io. sec) garden. N. Capitol and 
“Ov * Pi oi ke this itine. =a recon and ~-A BR. ¢ mis BY OWNER ) nt SE 
rerseas duty makes ss ; 4 
“beara : oo with burs. » 232 Woods -| poate WOOD. " | Re seer oF iran ates : 
pemt : Nr ev . A. +5 brick . a 
thine 2035 N. Vermont st. JA 5 ve ’ 
? spt equipment. near 14th aad Y ; ; rult” 

° tu ra 


Col OReE?r — ee Se ' Exce! v ; a gs 
APARTMENTS WANTED 325% —) bedrips 2 aeeths os Cash recreation room 
1801 Wyoming Ave. NW CRISMOND REAL ATE pepee. Soe call Na. 8-682". gay FR - ye Oe construe: pA HUMPHRIES Ee SONS | 


" h 
-hedroo® apt. second floor ° Goes = fupite, seneate wr "WW. 348—A rms. betwee a tieg must be sold 
Ant. 25. open at inspect. § : 4 ee ba 4 | ras i's baths rec. rm. gar ICE ; Ti ion and bath on lst . Many 2 
ood trans- , , 4 AD m 4.3400 tor JU 33 onl Sisiee ef comets ec metus nis ., Billines! Shown by dinin ; 
mm ; “bedrme . : rreened y- - r | ; 
| , Wyoming y= NW. comps Sry ise - = SILVER "*PRING—7 ee immed Service station for lease on heavily be wl — 1312 Farragut St. Nw.) oe erquaq leve ‘ 
Ground -floor ram ‘ U “an6 AD. 32-1985 ¢ wooDM MOR AG Zn. trppere y a dev Cal TA Ss0ss ! _ Detached brick on large lot 7 ow tennis center ROBERT E. LOHR 
cy. Inc. 3-5 till of Faeirtax County. ©s brick home with charm. eee. round Unusual bargsin et Sie , . — ‘ “aor M 1600 
r 


EE 


' MOVING AND STORAGE i9 : * TAXI BUSINESS. inc! ew ‘6 >» a de 
: SLEEPY HOL De luxe cus Soerry. S rele “oma a) 3a ao “tales 5420 Kansas Ave. NW. y oat » during wk call EX fou, om or tnd convent 
Conn “re. 
2-4151; eves..| Holy Redeemer Parish 


Low. 

4-1 ry § el ped :} 0 . b seh pac 

bedrooms $25 b- 9. icilien et to ae. a , od - 3. iat bright bedrooms 2 Gemidet corner Owner. Reduced a oe 

Aa-t GOVInG— if jobs CUNN A tor, JE. 2- 3 mip. trem Cts '. a, co_for quict sple Knowles i i a * sett | 

any time Reas raves LU. 4-5353 SE det. bk. firep!.| orders oy Sorter) floored att see me) roe eaTATS, SO. ree peeerran 

‘eROW inttivistat “job nice fis. elec. k., 2 tle b's. demi, Coll r vant L pt Demi. slate) ALD, 2R16> wie viaireay te 
| : H | Te) ss v. ‘pERENS Jk COLORED - BARGAIN: 13th & Ken Ken. aw eek 
- red a 

oyer 


ne free 20-0248 HWAH. 1 infant RE 46-8134 4.26? 0 
ibo TRANSPER — Local moving. WESLEY HEIGHTS — 4 bedrooms business yourself , nec Det rma. 
G.4011 inde ar | rm.;. oil h a. at. sl 
ng i). 3 mod. kitchen et 4 lei. po 
ne 
- 


DARROENDS MOVING ~ faaline 9 cae : ~~ “oe oe.) omees > = Eoliege Park ’ a pany aoe be W SLEY HTS. Like new 
_5- bat Z. be paid OPEN EVERY DAY. 1-5 | 3049S. DAKOTA AVE. NE. 


0 VER n 
WEW CAFRIZCZ DFV ELOPMENT fi OXLEY ct tha serv AD 3-887) 3- ” 5 ‘ opened fuarantens moriange a . 
eres Md. Va. m.. ait ; 

Aisbame Ave. and Sts Rad. SE MOV om FickUP Dc. Mt ve . dead: wil "goeaider Foote 3324 Str B ed thew 4 Mann tached corer with bed- “larse 

*BEST BUY IN TOWN” Transter Co AP 7-2685. 2. ©! ent an 

Xs 7 | . So 13th St JA. 7-4298. 1 rms, : ied | pore ms 
_ , QliCk MOVING “One oince or Cc At por. lished rectaurant ead, Newland ent. bdullt- aaa 
BINOLE FARE BUSA MOVING OR DELIVERY — @ntire Woe nomes stis te : intersec rte #, -. 


Veekencds ana eve 
32 ROOMS Roy Au ot coe 4 Storage BRS peed Ptn0d | de jots sf N N. PY 
nh T ; - - 
68 nd $70 Rt. ae on tt Gee te 7 ymct yi <a-is) : eat ‘se pede brick: 3 bedems : 
of a é ax eae for ott In-Town Suburban Living ~ i “rer Sunders, Warsav. ui | fee oe 
4'/2 ROOMS ae e y 24-bou see t exper ound with Meret 
ada : e eway. very com ~ 
$8). 75 and $84. 50 & i tie “STORAGE CO adie home with 3 bearms. asd m3) 2 
yy . no t Conn 
Alu, UTILITIES INCLUDED 4 2 oe > = “p10 deths aoe” ae pico! 
Bursery schoo), shopping gn er and soo walking 1s isthe. 3 Shea 
elem. schoo] at pro — — ; : 
oon is t oe . 
z hing OFFICE. 30. 2-2990 . — immed eceus to March 
Oven Shia es os PM soo month 
Mc a orn 3 bed e.2b 
TORE SW. and SE ; or gai tees 
’, 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 4 4 or remmis room Real- 
APTS. AND FLATS |: a eras 


FROM $57.50 : ~ rts det Sones 


‘ 


a > 5 Otte 


1 : tree res : me - 


on : 

one api- 

tol mogumren: plain'y visibie SF fron 
- c . 

¥: “anes 

Une ate 7 _ OL mo dn or 


5. S300 J Vi- 


LE 3 
Ce om 


pC. 


Bey ve plans. 3 
completed. 4 distinctive sep 


. washing machine, 
deepfreete. and 
other. extras. Ol or 
| 30 doen 
Close bs 


ie cme’ 


MORTG AGE & 
TMENT CO 


9.3480 
Eves. and Sun.) 


bas 
$21. 359-823. . 
KESSINGER & CO. JU. 


re 
water heat 
500. A. J 
2:49%4, t 
WA 
NO ON. CYT. 


speed a} ingle 
9 


REAL TY 
INVES 


% 4 
(RA. 6-8489 


WEsT | uY ATTS. —ohtoute 4" 
bes 


rh cond 


WEST HYATTSVILLE. 


——— aret 
Ch 


by co ae 

oyast Ps 3 a 
ram or. Tae. 
hve ki’ 

$11 a5 0 Terms 

a ¥ for HE 

89 HOUSES BY av Guts—4560 down 

rén' hanagrym™man s ; 

Open Basics’ ‘y ¥- ver _ good Le a 

ome minor r°oatr 

famiis Bares! 


Assame ( 

_ Ww. ,. HU jones co 

4-|SOne ‘AND, INCOME—Z 
an one 

mcombe al ‘ed a 

omp.ete 


gee 
At... 
4060 


Recs Manor 
drm brick 


ah excellent 


WOOD COMPANY 


Silver Spring 


rm ced : 
a .. 5 Tatts wr 


fereq- 


.. a 5-6010 


oo 


5 


‘ime in ‘ia con 
and Be ips Fields 
. m 
cyorycasas 
aay Cau Chester BH. Ke 
s7100.. Mrs ad WH 


BRICK CAPE 1 ae 


rick rambler Ceramic 
des sc 
tant IOM 
Latham. Md 
tor 


ong - 


sal H use 
HAL 7 RLTR 
os tial ote. 
this 2 
rec 77 tet? 

Cpane REAL Ton. 8433 Os. ave 


¥ ; 
cai till WA 
BERT * ” pAVIS & 
nOU tes ‘BY ~ ft GWES— ally wood 
ye Fr amdier iyi! Basement 


eee “fali ¢ 


lo @Quaillfying 
m 


ond!- 
rice 


convenient 
Pull base- 
820.000. 
BWAIN. 


Wilkor & als Inc. 


Fealtors. Uptown Office EM 2-6715 


RUN 


to ser this 
, 


Under 
ay idea} 


rewire 


easy terms lor quali 


Wy R HUGHES CO. 
? 


7i- 1400 __ "Ti 
“oops jM only 
al? ost bed - 


lo ~— home 
lh Bit 


7" a close to 


desirah ’ 
nd Bes hesda Hoenh a! Th ree 1 
Nom ; = 


; : 
SRC " REAL Ty oO. 
To 95992 " 


iUst Li aE Fhocy ‘immediat ry 
< Ou h 
“5430 "1450 
LOUIS 
paar | oN "@-27 
tab ie 
b : bs 


9 
= Bare 
7. Wice 
*s he 
C: 8 . 2 
LER. 
WA 
= pee Frame bones a 


23. £ves. 


fares C. CONLEY & CO 
9525 Ga. Ave JU. 93-4134 ‘ti) 9 

Prince Georges County 
eee oe eee aes 


5 ize. Db detn aoe 


go 
oF oh Ges PROPERTIES. 


$1 7 'T$0 a x oI 
PEIN ax) GEORGES 
"Lis 


igi Pant 
fenced io On 
or RA terns 
PPro PERT? TES 


GER PARK 
WEST HYATTSVILLE. This 2- 
; a with Bearly 


Out 


fl ot apvrai sec at 
pitte 5 ree ee and 


ROBERT 8. DAVIS & CO 
af ENTION ete OF | HOR- VETS 
$11 cme ie. 
_ sereemed porch bg 


erpthing PRINC 
9 &S k G E “s “PROPERTIES AP 


7-3900 s 
$74 
Insurance To 


COTTAGE CITY 


miy $9500 ls the full price for 
neat bungaio 


aski ng $1500 
and may comsider less 


r hg 44 oUONVELt, CO. 
ALENTOWN RD. —3 PBA ooms 


rb 


tr tte GL: $12,000. 
lames C- “Coniey & @s AP. 


MESSY 


Weather. we are ha eving. 
ike 


woul ~ oe 
us 


but 


mo. Asking $1 tose 
rin BURCH REALTY co 
° nm. A dDargain ' . 

J. VICTOR DICKEY. AP 7-8080 
BRENT WOOO — By owner. Imores- 
; -bath. Kh den 
use tree-studded ing «an 
Mul ion bay windows 
~- * al 


5 spenes 


< meee 
m Live Rent 
a 


ea + and 

00. Consider $550 down. 

ORGES PROPER IIL.s. 

a. AnDEX 

in Open tort - 
co. 
AP 


amblers, ¢ 
cholson 
inepe-tion 
{(ARRY BOSWELL. 
“REALTORS. AP. 7-1lil 
GI—RAMBLER 
| DOWN NTON 


Halt Block off 
3 large be in Coors 


INC. 


@i close by wr eater 
ict HEIGHTS 
4 BEDR OOMS_-Gi $650 CASH 
S75 Per Mo. Incl. Taxes and In« 
Conveniently lowated Cape Cod 
ym. dipette. Kit 
fr} ead with 
room 27. Wij seth, outekis. 
FREDER RICK W. BERENS 
SALES. INC RE 6-5400 ; 
FOREST HEIGHTS or wn. 
con to o.in?g 


2 = 


rm 


$ ay «gee 
Z i. 2? @& at , on 
= EICHTSTBRION em fang APRs neacty ie 
Oxz2-Y 4 
ao he og Loe hx _ AMBER 
bedrems. > 
+ ~~ 


FOREST HEIGHTS 
Gi—-$600 CASH, $77 MO. 
TOTAL PYMTS. INCLUDE 
TAXES AND #NSURANCE 


Mest attracttve 
on ige -. 


% 
fire CONSIDERED 


: blocks te a 
st 


13 st. right mt | 


J. MEDLEY BUILDER. 40 


" ! nade : 
is exce 
ate ed far below marke) a” wits 000 - DELAPIDATED 
FREDERICK Ww. “BEREN NS | Gerace. but oh what s house ' Only 
SALES, INC, _ RE. 6-5400 FE soves 
GLENN DALE. MD.—Mod. re 
ec rm... 2 firepia.: o 


- 


'» ecre: $14,950 
HILLEREST HEIGHTS 
CNLY LEFT —£620.300 


. carpo 4, 
t m 


wale’ ave 


- 


. 
> 


oo Wicr Sqamer Ps 
rrr « 


BUYS 
HILLS 


erick Colenial 
Sep. din. ra; 


GO! approved. 3- 
ne®w-hoyse 


altors conc bear’. side 


“HILLCREST “HEIGHTS” | fa cAMe By a oper A | 


rambler at and * paik. full 
be 

BRADBURY P HOHTS. 
$1000 dn 2-Betra's 


ea.08 r- beau! if had 
back porches. 


oe 


OPEN DAILY- 
orner. 
= room 


an nog 
owner transferred : 


*& “MOORE. Realtors 


RE 6-8680 
"HILLCREST Saag 8 


50 
S -and-den 
= fromt 


bun- 
and 


i ter 
e: 
RE, Realtors aval) 
RE Vict > 
fs4.-. 5- . = 
: ” 7 2750 -_.. ass y 9600 DOWN 
iyag under 
Pod wr ee “seldom 
+ AP 7 


- 
Ne -nhew 
$690 


ONLY 
eh 
> 
. 


pran 


teat! J 


67VA. 


“ss ANDRIA — Off 
biv Bashtord 


mi 2200 Wilson Bird JA 7-9300 til 9 


Oniz., 


ital YOU MAY HAVE A FONT 


set gc is a 


1B ormation! 


ia 


ARL. FOREST . 
SE 8 Nat 5 
Tail woot eh tee 


ce $18, 
aries JA. 7-3024 


= erage 
cre tot Lit ee ia pte e} ¥ ge 


cre it, List 
we gton 


its Brand- new 3-bedrm. beauty ag ord 
ag a oe ce for 4 
awn full eyitent 


in rec 
Cr tN $21. 300 
7 


_ tad barbecue. Wodered o at, basement Sahh 


b ncan Real Estate CeOwelt & 
322 8. Wea ets Alex. 


Crest 


1~ Nea MBLER 
ere ra Tas 


oat mad éauip.; 


ate Be Rai eats | 


JA. 7-1203 JA. 5-2444 


~ ANNANDALE- 


3 acres on Water and sewer: excel. 
lent buy fer Builder or developer 
or rr whe would like « good 
size 2- - home 
ee on nic ° lee - S.: also guest 
houre and detached garace. otal) 
price, 631.000 


Pairfax Park——S-rm. house on 2.7 

res. ta to have sood future 
potential: now rented for $45 per 
mo.: total price. only $4000 


_Aiepans ria. Va. 
ALEXANDRIA AREA 
BUILDER'S pert gold 


brick ~~ 


- ss 
—, o 
-bath * colonial 
l. Levéi entrance. 
and 0 HPs fico 


bath 
__ Cal HIRZ. 


Se ; 
clus! ve é 


Brand thew. ail 1 bedrm 
iy 8&2 


styl egttage chosen “aay + smapenatee 
| A te ne copie. for its indiv 
charm . panele den. 
entr. hall, step-down tiv. rm... sep 
in. rm. fully pene'ed rec. rm 
tiled kit. Oak Ridge Schoo! dist 
min t. 10 min. DC T. 4 
940° No agents 


BROYHILL CREST 


wit cs 


nts 


la of the 
era. 439 with only 
ventions 


ART POST, 


817 & Wash. St 


y 
$1500 adn. com- 


INC. 


Et. 
ALEXANDRIA—ARLINGTON 


68-4229 


| 2 amanite « “built 45-ft. 3-bed- 
in mb mar Vie | 


ATTENTION ! ! 
PURCHASERS 


GBORGE MASON SCHOCK. 
IMMEDIAT z coournees or A 
J rm 


“922. “300 sl ap- house. nicely 


, 
3.4 4 ocoee toe <2 
jot et be- 


ween ¥ anétte » = 


a — tg ficepl te 2 sses<ion 
iv 
breakfast nook, tf CALL JA. 4-1300 


Sreesewas: ‘et jo0nd00. & $13 M. T. Broyhill & Sons 


cL 6. SpE 2-6080 Pg’ Brita ash rN 


ARL. S80. — 2-bedrm o.bd.4.: ce 
wooded lot: 5 m Pentagon. Smal! 
dn. rat: ont; read bargain. Owner. 


ay xk. se, Vere r = 
| sen + 7 on een = 


inspection Eariy 

4-BEDROOM spacious brick 

center-hall colonial: 13225 lhv- 

ing rm.. full basement. rec. rm 

— earase. Exc — i= 
Conventiona! 


BUYER’S 


HOICE lecation (5 minutes te | 
Pentagon) for —~- 4-rear-old. i¢ 
arm 


. mocern 
PR my and dish- 
GI saooraived. $23.750. 


ey 
cellent s cond!: 


peneies separate 


Gir 
Before you buy ase this. 
4 


LAROLeY 
Older bungalow- wee 
ai — 


2-bath 


; min MS. 2 BATHS 
cellent con 


} ae? = et. 
™m 
prgeiace. 
bed rm 


nd ba 
mit ‘ee § 


EALTOR 


eer. Asking $2), Open 1-6 
i301 Rirewees rd. JA 


So oe owner. 2-bedrm 
ric din raf ~— - 
th and 


oiiree 


t oF sooremet £14.- 
2-ved- 


| gail 


Hicks aestae Co. 


Eres. SO. 5-5930, TE. 6-3372. 
OV. 35-6666 . 


FAIRVIEW 
$15,950 


5- bedrm brick rambler with living 
ih f piece. full bas@ment 
with Outside entrance Front 
auabe refri 
n Place : 
Mac Lindsey Realtor 
Eve: CR. 323-1962 


: 7 
a0 RCH AREA—<si5 ~4 
true center-he 


Tremend oe 


Edison. 3- 

rk shaded cor lot 

¥ - Ww peh. ee rm: oar 
SP tat PR 
distance to Wake- 

‘leh <~ | elem. school. Brick 
an s. od: bedrme. full 
Vernon red for $700 


Mt ent. GI appro 

e 5 min. to ; : 

1S mis. downteen be bus and $7 1.15 per mo he Kl 8-8600 
r 


hiv 
glee 
oat. Gen 


2 ise. Sedrms. with 
closes and Beth. leneed 
ked- — with tevelr — 


8: . Cnet aes a ‘tL. oF call owne: 
OFF RUSSELL RD. 


Abe 


field 
.. 


Custom- ~~ 
2.4 vou 


AL2X%.. $16.950 

ace and ae ; bedrms. 
rm 

xox. =I R-JIM6 == 


base- 
dn 
ar 
jis 
4 colonial. Brand- gee 
2 extra larse tein Rs. sdreoms 
a. 


»* 
mene nem oy niee 


ne 

(a 900 eis Arlington bivd : Ow 

7-4} i es * * scheider “e 
35th id. 


3- 3-36 r vite CHURCH ARES “Spacious 
: ntar 


° sized 
wwe aak 
—IWNER 484 
rm  Geee Cod. tu 
in. rm.. firen 
shop ctr 
7 nest enh trees. 

a 3.- 


PS ya bri ck and dig var 
wane 4%". loan. 


sch 
ivi 
built * garese equipped 


dining r 4 bedrms 
. PRA financing 


mene Or FT 1 Toa “H% 


rear yard to ac hool s trans 
teres 

THE PICKETT CO 
Ss lebe Rid. Ari JA se 


| srt ; ni 
' n°: close ¢t wa RCE—Custom- -bui! 
i; 3 Will con 


APPROVED AT 
ranmmot be civen over phone 
ly shown OF appt 


HEAVENLY 


‘»-acre of ovens groun 


Giad- 
vi 50 ; 


anr 
part « orersian “rambler : 
eee ' Total price $15.500 
‘. 


schools ote 
$00 “Make offer. * 
to 801 N. Fiorida’ 


FASCINATING 


NEAR LORCUM LANE 


dows ‘(ence 
shop. GT 814 
ation vith -y access Uson bivd 
ten vis. Shirlery hwy ~~. 
Gi contracts sccepted! 


$1000 DOWN 


PERSONNEL OWN 
Cute contemporary 
bedrms Gesigned for) 
living. Living rm. hes 
end 
overieekine 
equipped kitchen 
beautiful 
A lee 


~ ARLINGTON 
REALTY CO. 


$17.9 


For Those Who 
Must Entertain 


PIRST OFFERING Interest- 
ing we oF home. cases fo 
with for 
cars 

d 


place, “tatty 
study. dain 
spacious t. 


only 


"BATHROOMS. waik in 


sets 
Y A “LARGER” HOME 
AT ONLY $21,950 
EDWARD R. BRIGGS 
JA. 5-8902 4751 LER HOWwY 
FRANKLIN DSSS lee brick 
._ ful bedrms 


uate Es 
oped wy ; ' 


those 
- Ry lem found at at 
ae app: it imevect call 


MILLICENT CHATEL 
JA, 8-7330 


> 
: 


on f a acre @ 


about 610.000 
ALEXA’ 45 


JEFFERSON MANOR 
$750 DOWN 


you oo F RAVE TO BE 
Brick semidetached home w#i 
din. rm 


a 
__ 


Ba, Yors ARF A—4 rms nee 
$1500 town, Sto 


Fe 
sed dining rm... win 


FORT 
ARLINGTON NO. bath 

Cc TO squooLs. mr. parkwar a. oe larg kiteher pvlee 

balsa? his Rie Ta ie 

he itv ca ie }» Gin. rm... bon. INC... “508 N. Washington st. 

| and. fs p room ‘tire a ine ce ROVETON — “f 

- excellent ag well-located. 3-bedrm 


en on 4 
bat 


Large 
with outside eutrence 
at only 


= BEL REALTY 


$15 =~ st. 
KI 8- 1988 


ANDRIA—S13 


NOTHING DOWN! 


Nonvet S ryer oe opper- 
tunity! fs you have good 
and for closing ees. 


huge 
fu BJ 
/ ? 
| M | for ~ “Bee this value taday 
SPOTLESS | icari Real Estate 
credit KL 87190" 

My ovngr has fust given me me 8 LYON VILLAGE 
fim fust as tresh ass) OWNER TRANSFERED 
a 1 ae puis 5 

at $19.- 

5 tt 
TOMAC view ESTATES 
TE. 66914 

ANDRIA 

ree 
s Cape Cod oes ye 


immaculate 
e this bome e¢spe- 
cake paptirebie. IMMEDIATE 


Posbessl JA. 4-1300 
we T. Broyhill . & Sons 


— Lovely contemporary 
nest) & hillside 
many trécs and by- 
spacious ily with 


h location * 


bee 
the 
iets Shao "Vernon yt ne is | M. 


ONE LOOK! 


ince you that this 


: 


amber 
efor shrubs 

oe — ol 

fir 


$650 as or and & no month 
ments. $12.250. 


REAL ESTATE 
Town House Special 
fn : , mT. VERNON BLYD.. Hollin Hal) 
> we re Pentagon and Belvoir 

peor 
—~ eile - 


rooms Washe 4 
1712 activity room 
: . . 


Lot 130x 


er. storm win 
1 schools. 


Nr shopping, yi ® 


fag. - *- att oe 
Gi ond 
Millionaire Row NORTH ARLINGTON 


4-bedrm Oetek Colonial 
corner tr PHA 
f Rio Price 5 8 000. 


George, H . Rucker Co. 


| dA. 32-9517 


et eS eT ae 
Ba ie 


| wi aopreisal. 


Watch Your Wife Bpiit level 2 
se. rec 


post 


» Pein rec 


ma, sear ee gene st. 
BROOKS REALTY CO. 


S| - 
bier. Nice jot 


‘DA. 8-6262 port 


wed 


©im 
y 
ABSBOCIA 


950 ang — 


the word for the kitchen im this) 


of beautiful 
heme bas io 


schools, ¥ 
Gl Onie $15 400 Listing 313, ART! 
HIDEAWAY 


OFF SHIRLEY HWY. 


FULLY AiR- ead abd’ tONED 
HOT-WATER BASEBOARD HEAT 


fis i fFiatrie dt! 


. 
AFH Cat, 23-9817. 
ARLINGTON 


We itmvite our tnepection of 
excellent ¢ -m property 


: r. Ne 
7406 Dickenson sat 
$17,500 — 
FHA APPROVED 


6&-room odrick Colon i™% bathe, 
ree. 700 beautiful level lot wit 
plenty of shade n 
redecorate. | bloc 

pping center. 6 


Mac 
oa | * 


$17,500 
,,. Reas. Dn. Pymt. 


stores 
. - 
wa with trees 


eT 


MELPAR 


SPECIAL 


AE 2 EY 3 Pe 


ASSUME Gl if 


We etter this Anes. 4 ZURIOVS Je. 
anc 


4 jet: 
to handle. 


} 
owner ao pee. OL appr. $15,900 
ww) - 


$500 to 
$1500 dn. 
NON- Gl | 


SUBDIVISION 
RAMBLERS. “AND SPLIT 
RANGING FRO 


$14,250 to $17,250 
PAYMENTS LIKE RENT 
appt. to see ‘all 


J. T. Moton Realty | 


32309 Mt. Vernen Ave. 
OV. 3-6000 


you NG MODERNS wil « ap reciate 


the easy living Dullt into 
all-br righ © ontemporary home 
Hi ape dinin 
4 2 
pases’ All 
the ba 
or ia qt. 


“WIDE. CHOICE 
LOCATION—PRICES 


NORTH ARI INOTON- 2-be 4 - 


choice location: «813.950; 


Gown, 


ALLS CHURCH-—-2-bed 
expandabi ¢ Cape Cod. Uving room 
with replace patio: $12,500 
$600 dows. GL. 


ALLS CHURCH—3-bedroom 
Ge eal er 0-ft screene porcn: 
beautiful level $13. $1000 
down. -Gi. 


lot, 


D. NORTH ARLINGTON—3-bd e é- 
room ree Colonial. 1% baths. 
full mt.: conv. location: $19,050 

$1900. aun. GI. 


EF NORTH ARLINGTON—2-\ e 4- 
ick rambler separate din- 


many custom 
conventional! “finane cing. 


YEONAS REALTY 


_JA. 86-2100 
Pair- 


REALTORS 

7313 WILSON | BLVD. 
a OWNER— Sleepy Hollow in 
10 min Sa Brana- 
rk bler epee. 
'y eere lovely 2? 
let seci th mane 
pie. . 
25 "Wealkine 
new 7 ‘Corners poop etr.. bus- 
Cc today. 

be 


" Phon 
termes hone 


62 FOOT 
a og 


SHIRL LEY “Wy. 
$18,750 
Mannas Rity.. JE 
“> —NON GI 


FALLS CHURCH 
SPECIALS 


4 ~ m. Or eee com di 
b 4 oon ay os 
Nr 


oa 
W.T Up dike 


2-3110 


_ Peder full 
tree 


‘OPP ing 


rar 
As ii ttle a $500 "an. Se $1: 29 mo 


" cal 
; 


cely 


fenced 
— 


be possible 


_Jot cor np: 


ree 
$1000 


rm 
’ bea 


(4th 
i ~ 
an 


Only 


Many ue 
vo scl 
$90 mo 


BRADDOCK HEIGHTS 


Gead-end street 

hesten “Mason, school, churche 
bus fenced yard 
ve full ‘bemt Move in now 


iy Sis 
REALTY CO.. JA _»-4400 
5 Custom -bullt 
charming or 


L*» bik 
cn and 


rt D. 
living porch, 
itehen 
library, 
large Dedrms. 
fireplace 


te. Only 30 minutes 
A rere find close in 
reasonatie price. Cash and terms 
arranged EDWARDS REALTY. 
JA 232-4733 
WHEN buying or selling rea! eatate 
in Virginie. 641 GORDIN-MENSH 


BEST BUYS | 
G! SPECIAL’ 


Thie exeeodtionally tmmacutate 


rm 
ust be fn te te. VA 
approved for "sad. Cail JA. 5&- 


REAL CLOSE 


-\ Must icave this exc 


beautiful bdric Colonial 


L} ne- 
fee at only 620.950. Cal 


$950 DOWN 


T special. 3 bedrm. rambler 
' terrific Kit. with dish- 
reed at $15.- 


4 Bedrms.—2 Baths 


time offered. Colonel Gestres 


ec 

Asking 
“ol All offers 
miss this one 


- ap- 
$13,750. oR 


GI——-G! 


This really a buy. 3 

home with full Damt. and rec. rm 
in close-in Ariington a approved 
for $14 Ni JA $400 


D-NEW 


bath brick rembier; 


Call 


bedrm 


We 
iW 9 


a r 

ger TER HOMES K REAL TY 
‘HM! 9 JA 5S-9400 

TY PH ‘vo Down On this redeco-| 

rat ag rambier on «6 

ly f Assume 

loan and Ynees rieht in 

cial t #12.760 

REa! [Ww 


“FI. M 
1-ACRE LAKE VIEW 


zotic rambler; 3 bedrme 
modern kitchen 
heut. 


POMPONIO 
PRESENTS 


'2-BATH RAMB., $18,950 


| 1 year old; master bedrm. 


| Radio Bids. 


JA. 3+ 
MCLEAN RRALTY. AT LAST!t-—aA a-2p8i brick Fam 
El. 6-$196 Q d 


| bsct sae BY 


—GHARM | # 


se A 
"ciparker” Smith & 
= JA. 7-616) 


- 


Friday, August 10, 1956 A3 se 


PHONE 
TODAY 


-| to place your 
.cur'2 weekend want ads 
in the big 


— Brick 
to TR ay 


a ee "U, Pace 


st meant 


n¢ 
ae Fp Hailey, YE. 2. 7944 


TO ALL PROSPECTS! Saturday and Sunday 
Under ¢ pote ction 5-bed- 


wee Sic *S nd 3 ‘assified Sections of 
ht basement: io. exeel- The Washingtor Post 
ot and Times Herald 


RE. 7-1234 
SALE SUBURB, HOUSES 67 VA. 


VIRGINIA ¥ 
Moo, center © me nr. 


rms.. Nike new.) 


Antique brick, 3 bedrm 
has bath 


nt bere le outside entrance. 
ichardson Hall, 
rf eatin | 
| 
wo ArSagten.-633 950. Wr. Hecht 1A - 
old custom-Dullt -fam-' on 


wi i shrubbed Mr. & Mes. ee It Yourself” 
5- yoo Estate 


wok ETTIN | 


44.FT pao en “jnformation, call 


bier located on @ lige. 
lot a an 


rm 
bath and patio 
ke setting 
ER & 


CO. center; on) 
| Fag ‘7 a ie 


N 
| CHasan. Bris REAL 


HASER. 


® Split- Levels 


4 Bédrms., 2/2 Baths 


BRAND comeneos ; 
style split . 
‘evell 
th 


FISH 
Va-A 
ED 


mnie: 
foome and bath up: quali\y. owner- 


Spectacular at $18,000 


EDWARD R. BRIGGS 


Onan North > Ari. 
2 BATHS—BRICK 


Close 40 pub and =e 
schools, tenes, “shopping. 

bedrms., | ist 

rec. area with resiaes, 
de luxe kitchen: closets, storage! 
jeer? ee $17.900 Gi 


ee 


value at "oak 
ai ry 0 
TATe "Beitice. INC 
hey ’ 
FREIFIC By piz}e _ Set 
res Huge living room 
decorative brick firep) 
parate di 


broke $21,950 
COMMANDING VIEW L. 2 -beéresm. ~ bath. 


STONE RAMBLER brick rams 


isposal 

rit lavishiy 

RM. (15245; suitable for ierge 

acale aoa ae Conus 
ocat 


$3000 aoe will han 
Arthur L. "Walters, Ing. 


ve VICE 
‘  ilebe JA JA. 7 -5abe 


ERSON 
904 N Rendon hard 


“Crab Orchard”: 


STONE 


Sturdy. sprewiing. | 
rancher und 
gaa oo 


nd 
can assume a $15,500 existing 


trust 
AND 
~My 4 Timeke s falling 3 ‘ase 
this TOP BUY 
J. F. CUNNINGHAM, Realtor 
JE. 2-91 or JE. 44341 
TOWN OF FAIRFAX 
4 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS 


NEW BRICK RAMBLER 


irst fast—this is a bar- 


LAURIE CORP. 


$-1717 2334 Wilson Bivé. 
GI—$12,300 
3-Bedroom Brick 
Immaculate: has Anchor - fenced 


windows. doors; 
shopping. one | pom 


Miller Real Estate 
71203 JA. 52444 _ 


IN-LAWS LIVING 
WITH YOU? 


Year-old rambier in Alex ear 
Masonic Memorial. MAIN FLOOR 
Large with firepl., 

rm.. 3 large bedrms.. 

DAYLIGHT. BASEM 

level entr.: lee 

full bath. 2d 

storage area 

landscaped 

churches and sho 

Owner transf. Phone Iz 6-508 
No agents. piease _ 


It’s New and Atttattive 


and Sunday “a cark 


5 a 


a5 galore; 26- 


. 7 
Situated ona * 
t with citY water’ 
lowest cost house per so 
an ywher e in Virginia and bullt 
Qua ality Contro ol” to give 
“MORE HOUSE” than can be 
duplicated anywhere is 
price! PS. It also inci udes 
finished recreation room 
screened poreh off dining room: 
100-ft. macadam driveway. Lo- 
: 


»-acte 
It 


5 
in and 
restéen Ces section: close to e 
thin Excellent terms. 
Art ur L. Walters, 
PERSONALIZED SERVICE” 


504 N. FRondoiph at Oi 
2 Plantation Colonini 


$25,200—VA 


lenty of space te live Ln your 


aria 


session with quick ‘pos- 1 
WILLIAM KAGAN CO. 


ARLINGTON TRUST BLDO 
15 N. Courthouse Ra. JA. 5-8850 


SOME PEOPLS | WANT Ti TE ; MOOR 
, unce 


svurdi. y pes a 
: sbi Bp n v. i- 
in possresse «yO ij- 
rine th fir Designed 
. separate dining mm. : min. from , =. a 
c and : 


an 
os <slebie. ROUTH ROSBINS 


TOP VALUES 


COUNTRY CLUB area of No. Art 


air- pane RID 
especially 


MAIN ONAN SEA 
In sod 6-room house and 
' Pairfa ax. Shown exclusive- 


"MASON HIRST 


Annandale. Va Phone CL. 6-2200 


—TARG! Be TLTES — 


Older home near Vienna. 4 bed- 
ion; 2 acre; space throush- ¢ 


“a 
near Ps window overicoking private 
~ enclosed sarage Fully’ 
equipped modern kitchen. Convyen 
entiy located ag Palis Church 
schools and ouee commut- 
ing to Penta Only $23,750. 
GRACE A. KEMPTON 


McLean. Va. 
§-4934 


ly 


screened perch. 
full daviight 
shaded lot. Priced at $34. $50 


15.650 GI APPROVED 


Arlington 
ly created of brick and tim- 
completeiy different 
rm. with rege 
modern dining ell. 
“d ght’ basement 
' and separate en 
arden plot Call 


_N 
Open 


ut: $17 
Older home in McLean rm 
baths; trees and ioveiy garden; 


Church: 
2 bathe 


5 
rch 


5.350. 


5.450: 5% down 
t mer ageume 811.309 
with $2000 4d 


APPROVED che 
area. wal 


im Pals 
4 bedrms 


brick coloniai, 
aths. sereened 
beautiful lot: 82 


ASSUME 


928. a or loan on this N. Arling- 
ambier: 2 bedrih ag 
basement na shed reo 
Bree 6! . 
rah y 4'y Hi 
sph: ievel onty .7 
m5 J%s ®t, 
this the fini ~y sat at 23,., —~ 


n: peentbiabin ale! 
rms 


ape Cod 
| wooded lel; nony 
3 first trust 


$15.950 GI 
residential 


*- 


rm.; 
‘ 2222 
Glee rd f Giebe hwy.) 


ania " 


= * 


yOu NEED 4 bedrooms 7 Tull 
THEN You BS <o aown te qualities 
18 de luxe split level wit bac E"BARBY. 


ae ait &. 
ished fee. ren HOLLE er: AVOID 
RED TAPE 


me PANT REALTY CO, "ENTERTAIN HERE 
eb ieof-iowp owner| sated: 3 bedtoome. 2 babe. witsb-| ASSUME LARGE TRUST 
LITTLE CASH REQUIRED 


Bocce s— out-of- town oF ra 3 bedroom 
FHA 
Saptage-ety 


an. pgs 


rage; 


$17.500 


no new eplit-lev 


5 be his" iarae en with eye-level oven. dis onaiie 
3- home: with full e. and - ace me 
a orbs tose 
ss 


ae 
Pati 
CA ai vite 
POLK! § $900 — and paymen 


ARD TO BELIEVE) {2 


Faglice 


$1500 Dn., Non-Gl 


Por this renserhonte low Ra - pay-| 
nos 3 ceant fee ean Sun ~be 
rambler with ful * aasenent: 

" section 0 Pa Church: | 
loaded with extras. syeniese. ye 


: d , 
jt me itchen, dishw ie pie 
: | 


n Low 


everything. 7 ‘than 813. 


Call JA 
Prpctionl lly pov eetek rambler, — 
th noire: ince. J erie an com- 

wi rep 
outs Kpprox 
cee pene 
men ote “' 
$15.000. Cail JA. 5- 6200. 


Modera 
. me 


ing rm. designed 
mode clean. economical bas 

board heat. huge owe wich 

garden entrance eae lay 
ares. an attac 


y it today. 
eons ie A pists “gat Artax 
A 


ae 


California sll the 5 
will buy this j3- 
ving rm 

refrigerator, 
laree ho. 2 


lot 
N.. Lerner * Co 


| er 

wonderfully- ~were 
eutiful 
livin 
_entir 
‘xe +-# iten; 

de uxe — pe c 
nelte space” fo ak 


s ahs with fire- 
y. separate “re- h 

$i7. with iust & 
— to handle. Call JA. 5- 


Time ts of the qrcenee. i 
i poreqre Zi 6 rms... 


all 
Beautifully "ine 
patio. barbecue pi 
ton. Price le 
with only §& 
to be assum 
200 . 


,0W 


—_ . PHA or conventional terms 
ap Arthur L. Walters, Inc.| 


“PERSONALIZED SERVICE 
N Randolph at Glebe. JA. 7-5200 


= LONG | 


Brick and Stone 


RAMBLER 


an ais 
on. Hu 
Call JA. 


and ready for 


room y new 
&. even ginip brick ot aa 
ing 


be duplicated for 824 950 
7000 GI loan eseu 


LARE & HUXTABLE / 
+239 pros. $2800 toh 
| {COLONIAL REALTY vee 
| | Ree liors-Developers. JA. 
Wesley “ee, Inc. Low, Low? 
J A. A-] ] 55 DOWN foe d 
| 


SB TERRIFIC! | Gi LOAN’ TO_ASSU 


ONLY $11,950 4 
a8 


AUTHENTIC 


brick fon rege 
in 


Beautiful white 
property detailed 
whe mebur 
FULL ier 
completely 
SUITE. ft 

fot 


owner moving to Penasyiva 
9.500. 


LAURIE CORP 


JA. S-2717 2334 Wilson Bivd. 


1 “Wesle - BE ARRANGED 


‘. 
Tha 


6-year-old well-kept brick and 


Fe AND OUT 
Te ones ‘revnote a a4 indi 
vidusl Sipow ON PRON 


ead 


| brick ane redwood 
UNE bitchen. 2 rt bathe. 2 =| On Only 
%. igs %o DOWN, 8117. Ar 


with plpce: atta Ra, 
4 po aaa Be, ca 
me. but 70s 

thur Walters, 


“PERSONALIZED SERY 
owe "sh" S- 0707 ‘ all Randolph at Gleve. i 


t 


Inc. 


sag. 


Dia fin 
| $18.3975 ‘ONLY 


2140 ait 


“New Brick Ramblers. 


5 


TURQUOISE 
KITCHEN 


and ev 4s @& summer 


Ber esiorea § fét- 


breeze 
footer 
ab 


Saabs Hollow Manor 
$22,500 to $24,950. 


SOME AVAILABLE scenario 


iii us eae FINANCING, 
7 MURPHY. & SNELL 


Donne 
m 7-8817 
os fone ntsrnterentacasgangr 


at ale Seat Be 


ment. s 
space. will ma 
an abwlute joy 
, 


e many 
pepenes of th 
ck rangher 

trance Tt 
ay ving rm x ; 
tin the 


rms 


Office: JA. 5-7198 


Ra iee tan is 


ocuy') ame te 


NO DN. 


S7/AUTOMOBILES, SALE__97 
rn signaia, ‘Original | A-tone A ts 


| Banaue | condition: | sre INC. 
A, Waar io feos. MOR cea Sethe ao as ee 

‘33 DODGE i Sp ae a a gc “- 
$695—$25 DN. oe tes Sass Viste 


fully equipped pee - val quaran- 
CLARK os dows 


BLASS & 


TRUCKS, SALE 


—T 
reas Ki, 9 gids 
n. ave. 


4 4- aut. 
: Vine: w.-w. tires, Hyare. r 
. really looks and run } 
$545 dad 


Ge. ave. nw.) 


WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD /PERSONAL LOANS 
Friday, August 10, 1956 cece | Licens 


PH ONE | ACREAGE, SALE 
Safin! : 
TODAY - ae oy ~ ee Ave.. 


RUT hard 
to place your ” 286 c | EN IN NEED OF 


Sweekend want ads FOR LOANS a | 
in the big 


THE 
a 4! 


s ACRES. a8 tate road 


terms 


‘55 BUICK 
$1495—$195 DN. 


) piviere hard too. fulle eou ipped .| 
ner. For credit aeoveral, call 


928 
ao mes & CLARK 


N. Cap. & Fie. Ave. NE, 


> nel truck. , 
-5-4400 SFO MORILES WAN D 96 
1 ‘AUTOS wanted. ‘46 thru ‘52. Spot) 
cash , 

WANT TO ae 


Path at. st. ~ Pos: 


buy any make. 
See us first if vou reall F CADILLAC toss Series “62” 
per your oar PARKWA 4 arance and 


a! Serene | Zondities spotiess iiss 
aying be AKERS OLDS- CADILLAC Co. 
 Peirlineton _ Shopping Pepter 
OV 0350 | 
clal s#- 
leet wood: 


oLps— _ “oR” 4-dr. 
tene chartreuse 
+ ty oe heer aoe. 


* $2700 Mr 
ext. 306 Wk- 
and weekend, TE 


Starfire 


bd as = 


* $4400 
- Holiday, 2. Ko 
biack, Fu ; 
— 
ou 


BRAND-NEW 
“HUSKY” STATION WAGON 


$1495 


Alesse hardtope, 4-door sedans 
convertibles 
purpose 


model oor 4 
(POR 
100. 


late 
Cor 


eves. F ' 

53 “PLYMOUTH RANBR 
Club coupe potiess it. and dark 
green e ~~ aby r. and h. Com- 
pletely clea and reconditioned 
= the Monroe tradition. Looks | 


pleasure. Many improvements. $209 IT Cad ew No. 743A. 30-day 
: i - guarantee. 
adillac- ‘Olds Co.) / Teade and terme toe sult vou. 6875, 


}- 2600 M FOR 
BILE 1955 ame: ide 1237 Hypa ‘ aA 
vesreces one we ite; Tull Sas SPG. JU. 5- eTe04 th 
$2995" "eee Aran tee FS igina! oxeohant meted. 
(Capitol a a Co. one owner $1090 
aM. Suburban Motors, Inc, 

634 Sipe: r : 


951 Persetiine Dr. Stiver Spring. Me. 
- JU - 


site, take colored . 


Land 


50x 160 
pouse 


ideal 
ae & 


FARM 

more 
just of 
~ 2 - 


[DODGE —1953 Coronet 8" 
ana Gyromat 


erey “fintsh $89 

ou 
Dealer.” 120 Wis. ave 
6330. 


sedan, and OLDSMOBILE 19: 954 
li} convertible Blac 


er bower og ‘power 


tone colors. We finance at bani :Capitol 
rates. Direct factory dealer 1232 29 
tin. Morr 1s ’ 


Austin Heai Aus «2° 
Minor. MG. "Mo-Masneite, =n ae — 
’ ac 


cars| 

DODGE—'S1 Coronet 4dr. Radio 
heater. sutomatic transmission. 2- 
tone finish. exceptionally clean 


wer seer! One owner 
INC. 


Bs More and ca “cold ‘sos8 — WHEELER. 
14 “ne WA. 7-4500, @ soit Cadillac-Olds Co. ERRORS agMtgoF ae rte 
anted paving | hig °38. 1222 22d M _— er EO 00 Wiscon NW -4708 

Immediate pick-up 

‘ yo 7 goon tres; ‘vopGr—195s Custom Rovel Lan- 
WANTED—Cars a iy _8-7908. | cer hardtop. 6-pass ir pow r- 
odel an, Laan beauti-| fight. power steerin 
| Ta3. 4 : ! under. 


orida. ave. ne ME 8-3336,| precring - > 660! 
| -CARS—STATION Wade on 
; One. PICKUPS. WOLFE MOTORS. 

199) WIS. AVE. NW. Lié 


book 

Will Be Up 0: ) — “power brakes. 63595. CCC DODGE— 51 * luxe sf 
FoR 36 MONELS guara: itee ent condition. sac; £395: . 
Soon Capitol Cadillac-Olds Co. $25. én S. Ee pares. Reser Mit.) ent 


12 _— 18th se . ne. 
Chbitiat a 60" Boecisl een Oe od ae Ce 
} c.ean +7 goulmged § 95 LL 
-5 2000 ARL oT ORS 01 ‘Wise 
50-55 MERCURY 2200 { Ol -212 


= ity GirrokD MOTORS. 1 
YOU A LOAN IN OR WILL, TRADE OP OR DOWN | ib wt "and be - FORD—'S4 Custom 
7.500 mi 


ak ese - Wy 
y Hrs. Phone BLASS z CLARK: he 


C Cc wryer-owner 
Now apitel_ and Pia apitol Cadillac: ‘Olds Co. 


$9 x 
porto sis 5- 6700. ext. $5922 
=a ai 2 ST °. 2600 o—_ 
ONLY ONE TRIP NECESSARY 


_% ‘S52 FORD 
Suburban Finance Co. REPOSSESSED 


ass fi Rhode Isl. Ave. UN. 4-7200 $449.50 TOTAL he 


East-West Her. Bethesds Pair lingtor Shopping Center 
oL. 2 Tudor, 2- tone finish, V-8 engine. - 
r 


MARYLAND Cash Loan $4.50 down and take up) + 4 


nd 
lance at oniy 82 per month. equip.. absolutely n 

low  Wberal 
m ¥ A >.| Ride a; Wars on wi (mene damages i aa ro. ipet credit approval ecail = a A co 
ay OE Gp Of your DIGS on $337 Rhode Isl. Ave. UN. 4-5172 + 


to Shenandoa SECURIT ! MOTORS! —'49 spo 
entanee. (urn rent. KE Wheaten Finance Co, | Excel. cond: se, 
ARB coma af my ec a 4th and N. Y. Ave. NW.| Bo 'ms tk 
« ~e acres abbas trom _ oa rorD— 1953 Commins : = te heater Rréra 
logs. & Residents Radio. 


od and. Hand-hewn ch 

solid stone loundation. ° oor mist green finish. Good tires. eriginal 2-tone fin 
S225 BR. I. Ave. 4) Sais 6245 INC 

-IM 


basic value '¢ we Ww 
* 
Vand Times Hérald | "_ADERHOLT seat Cp. , 
AUTO SALES. 4920 R iterior styled by em 


, puted Rae gaR, 
| 340 
ee ne ee LOANS BY PHONE ; model cat 
®,| want to 
lassified Sections of ding: BL Panperctanpnteretagins 
Ingles Head Hev « g 7? 
» Suburban Finance COs esperately. DEALERS ‘need car 
15 . ooee conn- “West Hwy. ot. 3 sees ) 
RE Fal 234 = +) Geersis “Ave. 40. * $949q | 
Save SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 
VIRGINIA 


prev 


Hyattsville. Md. WA 7-1280 fully equipped Jeauer. Alle 
ae power brakes wits 7 popular makes 
Overseas delivery srranged. 


Manhattan Auto atin = 


Sales & Service Imported and doo 
American Cars 1914 raaie 
R STS. NW. 
HObart 2-7000 AKERS OLDS-CADILLAC CO. 
| PAIRFAX BRANCH Between Pairlington Shopping Center 
A. J- 


Pails Church and Pairfax on_Lee 
tt! at Merrifield. Va. JE. 4-3302 


CONFIDENTIAL 
s 
The Washington Post} ist lap Heed Hey ig 
station wagons NY AT TS. capi. AC “— “60 
I 


WATERFRONT, ait 
LAKE JACKSON 


Pe > MANASSAS. VA 
a Te 


| Bade nebu 7 


4500 | 


“ te 
-tone 
RWIN 

2il. in Pairfax. 


ha 38 
“62 reen. 
Dp 
JE 
222 2d 
“er ao 


fully equipped: power! 


croauet court 
terms call Manassas 


rive out 
| WATERFRONT, Rent 738 
— Very nice 


BEA 
cident conveniences. 
R 1. 3877 


cellent cond. 
825 down. LA. 6-2700, 
18th and R. i. ne 


bes utifel two-tone finish 
:. only ‘S8 STUDEBAKER 
30- dev * written Sm é-fleer. m4 


tw RE 
—_- fice 6s 3 7-1308 
+ PACKARD SEDAN bod > 
PAR. h Hydra-Matic transmission 
luxury-tone radio. heater. -white- 
wall tires. The finieh is the or .- 
inal casp: an- cream. Wit 
=| aa eyecatchis 
roud 
170° _ Priced especially low 
quick saie. $495. Trade and 


MONROE FORD 
1237 EAST-WEST 
ER SPC. J 


me rm. NE 
1GHAM. ‘ORAL % BCHOO 

nye IRGH JU NOR | fon 

4 far 18 


ot PAURIE CORP. 
; CHARMING _ WOMEN’S LOANS 
on? ip Hi llwood Rec - i iiay 


’ 
je! ip Millwged Gec-i nena ressenahie, JA, 3-0403, Our Specialty! 
“tull| Py Fit: WE CAN MAKE 


Purn. cottage. all con 


NATURE ALONE 


” CHESAPEA 
3-bedrm 


rent reese 


tneciuces powe 
eae branes and L conditioning 


con | rial Cadil lac-Olds Co. 


22d Nw 3-2 


"Si or- 
ulpped and extra-nice 
BURROWS Pte 
| se = 


atety . 


ah. 
chrom 
ae title» hy warranty. 


SPECIAL PRICE, $2495 
os STUDEBAKER 


TIS Battimere Ave. 
College Park. Md. 


we ‘Eau 
oa }* 
pop at ‘' }. 300. “will River price 


nut aon , & 
A fax "Rity.. “JE. 4-4900 sok i 


clean 
waterf 
ALE, OUT-OF-TOWN 68 om au 8 La Piata 3106 or 
MARYLAND 


hor 
Fewin eam ae. 
4 biks oat usiness : sect. ia PLACES 75¢ 
r 


>? 
GI 
Sa? 4-dr. ¢. & hi motor 

& five tires in excel. cond. $109 
Uh owner pore mi LA 54958 
\—1 try Clu ara- 
S-tone Anish Radio 
-Matic drive, an out- 


Orig 
" 7. -@ 
} a : mo L &T 

ne NA 
Biue 
; power 
guarantee 


fouls: Soe 8 Olds Co. 


TRS CADILLAC. ie. 
CONVERTIBLE 
$195 DOWN 


Gorgeous white finish with ecus- 
tom Eidorado red leather interior 
A of al fat Cadillac equipment 
owner car ly: credit 
l call or come te 


Es ~ Auto Center 


A he BOS weer LOC 


‘ » AIR-CONDITIONED: 

53 BUICK, $1497 

Reedmaster sedan: 

2-tene screen finish: tole 

equipped, incledinge sir-eendi- 
nin r. ynaflew 


T 
H 
i 


gor STON, TBS. 
3-be 


85 an. 

RS. 224 and 
8-327 

you see CADILLAC- 
' probes: 


Capitol 


PLEX. 
jalea Poa 2 PHA 
sin. SO TE _.OL...2-2908 ad. 


* 
= RyMs 
RAS 


ro all Ss a... 
available Aus 
14 weekends and 


Suburban well 
. ranemission. New car guarantee 
and tithe. $2245 

a? B “4 ARY oe ence 

Pays More for Clean Cars 
Any Make—from Cadillacs 


To Fords ) 
PENNY MOTOR SALES 
CA SH FC 


A; ae ° 
BILL DENIS, INC. 


4040 wal AVE 


TOP DOLLAR PAID iz 


for clean cars: ell models and cor. te - 
“SECURITY MOTORS JGpitol Cadillac Olds Co. - oe 


& N. J, sve. aw, ST._3-2 it desired. $3 os | 
athos & pick-up trucks ot Ci fi er AP ~ Sais 
cash price for, extra. Power i. eering or us FAPPY'S. 
ker 


coupe 


oie 


opolitan 
ra_-Matic arive 
ish 


or ee 


house wie 
RI 
lies. 


5-room 
Phone Luray 


4250 
write E. Alger. many eutbes: - 
e 


solutaly § new muti 
sacrifice for ealy $2 5. CRANBON 
MOTOR 631 


— 


‘51 CADILLAC 
COUPE DEVILLE 
light bier. Re- 
heater, seat covers, 
white-wall tires. 


$1395 
Alcorn Motors 


Lee Hishwer 
JE. 2-5058 


Finance Corp. 3 Ge. sve. af 


AP %-2237 seat covers 
heater Pordomatic. ete. 
= jow-mileage car in extremely 
i bot gts > & mos 


FRANK SMALL JR. INC. 


1736 Good Hope Rd 
_ EM. 1-9647 


FORD. "$0 “V-8" sedan 
heat; $375. Pord *49 “ = 
Also Ford ‘51 
cars so nice 


trasting 


; ‘47: sy 4 *Seeatn 
a ae: Cranbrook club 
h Very clea $7 


12 th and RB L. ave 


stove and refrigerator 

water from bie sprin 

Grand vies eastwar WHEELER, 
lan. camp f 
angoeh River and 


— 
WILL BUY PROPERTY 

’ white or col. Quick 

l) MR — co 
LA. 6-519 
FARMS, LAND, oir 
, MARYLAND 
aa aC RES Near | 
am ; 


at re 


Bis upper. © 
DAIRY FARM 
wes 150 year- old Geerene 
" roo 


rw 
LA ee ee a upe R 
convert- Thacker “Motors. 


fhanks fo 


NCOLN 


3 vecere hard- 
>. Very clean. l-owner beaut 

In 2-tone with overdrive d 
and 

4000 GA. ave 


ich 
law 


, Mm ™ 
DOGS, PETS. KENNELS LOAN 


ree 
Be PUPS. m.. AKC 


76 


Dalecariia } 
} e 


ty 


M4 


6970 Lee 
. Jer Arlington, Va. 


A clean. 
ade and & 
8000 PORD. 5100 Wis PL wD 5-Soot 
extra cash for r 
your vacation, choose 
the Lincoln Loan olfice 


most convenient: 


, pavan LOAN | 


> Silver Spring 
7910 Georgia Avenue 
JUniper $-5200 


highest 
spare. new top. 622395 Thac with S aan end 


BENDALL’S 


New Pent. Star Chie? 
Conv. Melabar Yellee- 
Nimbes Grey. £3738. 
S395 Dewn, Lew Bank 
Rate Fin. 


heat fireplace 


woah. 
Many 


Custom 2-dr ame r. 
*. w= tires & enive 


by i ouner ear: $1595; "Shas 


BROWN MOTORS 


to 33234 Wis. Ave 
ic 


credit. ‘apererel 
to select from 


5 
sOPERtATic MOTORS 


tenant 


GA 


barn 
84) 


OKLAHOMA 


oe, 
H 


LE 
foetent 


condit jon ‘One oe — 
Suburban Motors, "Inc, 
951 Pershing Dr »Piver Spring. Mad.. 


Pt — 
man, i. 6-8027 


priced to ‘on ell. JE 
PS—Two Are 
Wor m 


116 
™s30 FER hg) tae born May 
tle | 34: received distemper shots and 
eice,, Wormed Call Mrs. de Mo- 
leyns, DU. 74-3456 
COCKER Pups AKC Che. Re oan 
clieto Kia Jo 
, ~R.-, ty JO 


Pt 7 


ae champ.. 


so 


female 
rFoRD— $9 club coupe Leaving ¢ cus 

must sel 2nd car. Must be « 

be an | 


FORD V-8 Pordor 


= MERCURY 


INC. MONTEREY 


1954 Crestline 
© tin 


Must buy 50 this week 
K MO- Sate ant i 
—— LLAC— sy 
CASH FOR CARS : ‘s fe om Hydra 
MAKE Hey L perior w! 
a OWN OTORS AKERS OLDS CADILLAC CO 
5336 Wis. NW 4 5 wih 6-9400. ae + hag | \enem: ~ 
HIGHEST PRICES PAID CABILLAC—1535 a? febh: beau- 
* an »sronre nis al 7 
puiss. © For Any Make U Cars equipped. very low milease. Only 
-VYRUINTA hye PONTIAC , | $3695 é 
fo att nerd Ta. pave for § $1 345 ST. 3+7100._ Suburban Cadillac- Olds 
; . mu TE 6 411 WILL PAY” HIGH BRADLEY SHOPPING Nay MI 
& wi’ CH VILLE on 08 29 oni ESDA MD 
es ~~ hfs 8 . Cash BOO any make car — 53. 130° 


182 


ca 5 


) 
BENDALL PONTIAC 
1625 Prince St. 
Alex... Va. 


ite 


. SJie Ge. ave pb 


old Du 
blondes. and ~ 


997 
PONTIAC LL JR., 


va 
COUNTY—S0 acre 


Ruck- 


Good for home or 
Mensh Co 


, 
“~~ 


“is . buys 
7s 


" “ken 


sen n 


; 
.. 


an 
"a TE. 6-413 
: RU, mo. Bu 


for 
ha t! 


vs for $10 600 


y home and ¢' * a res 


RNDON—Bric 


house 
» D.C 


Tor ot 


$5590 
5 


Le ei bur 
3412 Rhode Island Ave. 


APpieton 7-1202 
> Takoma Park 
7009 Carroll Avenue 
JUniper $-1525 
> Annapolis 
224 Main Street 
COlanial 3-3300 


- osDec 
very fine pets; 875 and $100. OL 
4-7328 : 
ENGLISH soringer spanie 
Liver and Waite. 5 wks akc res 


“ hepher So Uepies, AKC 
ineage L. 23-8293 

fr ts . spayed 
loving home Ki. 9§- 
AT DANES. 


& CA 
ia for 


fawn — black 


7 Mt. Rainier { 


4221 Connecticut Ave. 


BUYING! ! ! 


Highest prices paid for used 
cars. Bring car and title te 
orehes of our two bis loca- 


EMERSON & ORME 


(BUICK) 
and MS 


ith 
sis Rhode Island ey NE. 


OLE 
“standard thr heate 
1 Best off JU 
EVROLET— SS S-dr. exe” cond 
ivory w. t.. heater and defroster 
_3-3402 


3200 Penna. Ave. SE. LU. "9-9827 
LU. 1-954? 


Reasonable cash _HU aD— “ Victoria hardtop Beaut 


Gea. ave 


rorD— 33 — ¢ 
Beaut 4.to 7 Anish. * spotiess 
terior omatic. the t 
“Real renee pull.” 
trade and 

LO... 4008 G 
FORD—'S4 Mainiine “?” 2-dr 
orig. blue Onish with extras 


Custom|in 


~3155. bet ween 
—————— @m i 
CHEVROL T—1956 sedan with mo- 
sic and heat 
afd runs 


$95 DOWN 


Hardteo. radie, heeter. &: ll power 
roogn a tac 2-ton db! finisn 
ate tires Por 


"+" credi’ 
approval! cal 

4-2396 
MILLER MOTOR CO. 


— air 
— 


= 

mi. FPliow-tene. a. come. 
tes Best omer must 

wn soon Calli JU . $033 S Priday 
een and 9 


‘56 


Plymouth 
BELVEDERE 
$190 DOWN 


power steering. vower 


nN ¢ LAS 
PAYMENTS. For credit approval. 


OVericek 43-1600 


‘SS MERCURY 


tully cantunet “inched 


| low mileage. im- 
cond. throughout. 
WATA $199 


inspection 
Phone 
other cars 
deal 


new. Special lig 
adn Trades accepted. KIRK 
TOR CO. 4000 Ge. ave. aw 


1,995 
Pohanica Olds 


Washington's Oldest 
1126 St. LW. 
Di. 7-1003 


to from— 


SUPERMAT! IC MOTORS 


Ani nh 1 sre 


2) nh good condition: excellent 
transportation at small cost. Call 
3-5078. MR. ALFR 

Si 4-dr 


| new brake & trans & valves 
| Or best offer OL... ‘ 4-3361, 


-8833 

OLET— ST Bel Air hardtop 
otiess orig Are. engine 

ry. W = — ~ =e . 
as 


Ll. 4-2396 E 


MILLER pall gg B CO. 


*54 Plymouth 


Belvedere 


WANTED 


FORD—1953 Country ecden. Porde- MERCURY — "56 paeeteres hard:op 
r n D - 
matic. redio. heate 3 cheose same Temple” Trailer Villese 
ARLE MOTORS, INC. | Decith — ress 
On Shirley Hwy. et Shirlingten.| Soars. 2 ¥8 pt 
Arlingiog: Ta. —___El. 3-06 . wit PoRD. cc 
FORD—1952 4-dr. R. & Eawik 
matic. $595. Minn Motors : in Pairtex 
Minn. Src. ne 
shoe F- —— el 
fully 
const am 1 miss this 


FRANK a et JR, 
1738 Se a i? 


Wner snc 8 
nish. racic. heat- 


. Dower steering and 
DOYLE MOTOR Cres MONROE FORD co. 
8625 1717 R. I. AVE HO 


NE 29008 
rs 4 arr ry wo ein 
CHEV ROLET—i1553 sedan: SeCosiom ert 
33 91098 needs some wor 5 full price 17 hater re wt od w 
joun GIPFORD MOTORS ievnc 3-50 FRED u i 2 


INC 
a wer 4 wv A. 
2501 Columbia Pike + Bay 
5.9223 Besant S Frode 


4 ek Rrater: ett. ‘Vers cleus, wary | 
Roper Mir mi Tease Warranty 6 mos. or 6000 e ORITHINESS aap ees 
FRANKIE SMALL JR, INC. T7098 A s. Ave... Bethe 
2° 


00 Penna. Ave LU. 2-987 55 FORD 


CHEVY.— "is fdr RH Perfect 
Victoria FPairliene “V 


ountry-bdred. 


saat ovish COUNTY KEESWONDER Fe Mat CLEAN CARS 
eh 85 cleared recent Holland. AKC Champ sired Idea! 


? C Champ, sired. 1 ‘49 TO ‘36 
peta for chil erm. shots 
wormed trained wW onderful wateh- Top Dollar 


‘Loving Chevrolet 
live >) 6- 
evro 
Will welch 7-9 Ibs > 4 AUTOMATIC ving CAR LOT 


spown. AKC reg. 
cropped, wormed and TRANSMISSION ve: ee S. 
REPAIRS 


865. Phone JO. &-8159 
PARAKEETS Wanted — 5500, Ga. 

We Specisiiza in All Types 
of Transmissions 


Work Guaranteed 
Free Estimates 


~"Wienteress. 
from. Blue @ 


a 

cn co 
h stone fire ace! Pordo-| 
af Seae a 4211) eas 
: : nouse 


tampunioed } a-ton pic stirective 


totei vo 


CONVERTIBLES 
"56 Ford . .$2497 


Fairlane convertible: beaatifal 
two-tone finish. w.-w. tires. e8*- 
t i were nw h and 

an 3 


sy guarentee. 


1545 rome 


credit. te 


ood 
oe Geue reain. 
rey co.. 


tee CHEVROLET 


ir Specia!. 

$23. “Bervicomen tn a a 
orn. 

ack. 000 ave RCO. a3 


ont 


_ietile 


2¢ 97 
cule 


‘AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


ae band tp, deb cream. 
eon spprer 
yeeur 


arr 


Terms 


iscount 


rorD— saa” 


rIGeDS & 3 3 Bia House. tort 


itth &@ M Sts . DE. 1-0196 


"55 BUICK, $2347 

tible; heaatifal y vet 
lon “with black tap sed heather 
aphelster?s: w.-*. pewer 
steering ond brakes. Drea... Ff. 


and h.i new-car appearance 
ivth & M Ste. N.W. DI. 17-8196 


"54 BUICK, $1947 


Reasadmaster convertible: 
t white; 


res. 
sbieck and fawn with, 
CR. 3-3893. 


Temple View Garage 


cCulleeh —_ ee we B ealer 
"In10 Duke St. Alexandria 
Ki. 9- 1847 


SPECIALS 
‘53 Hudson , 
"53 Consul 


‘ 4-rm. bungalow, 


pane 

or colored 
- <4 Paha le 
terrier pups. AKC 


wn ' 
liam A. Cooke, 
a} 
Coon co es). r station wagon 
- 2-257 


quipped Leow mileage Low price 
- warranty L teat 
| m CO. 900 M , 


MILITARY 
PERSONNEL 


ATTENTION 


Tee 3 grades and efficers any- 
where financed with ne down 
parment. Applications taken 
by phone. 


ntehtnciehis os eH TRUCKS, SALE 


ie 


Ar 
cost. 72 


ETN 
FARM FOR LEASE 
seeded meadows: excel Toa y 1 a vRO —Pea 
6 rms Seal Point Prefers good home to} anteed irteke at the lo we 

ith bath high price. We leve them but ap in tow first 
che doesn't. Mother and Dad NicHOLso * CAeVROLET 
Cc separated from eac . 
== gpckup 


like -RirreNe — Bealpoint. 
you j Noa good home 


wie se 
Tae FOR SALE “73 HORSES, LIVESTOCK 76A 
; MARYLAND 5 FRESH COWS, Holsteins: also 20) 
— nese $650; oars ¢) eeo~apring 4 otfe ers: Bangs call. 

ow a eal H gusee h 


Every re. inc! lua. 8 
very low “mt et. BR abt 

it teday' 
8740 ines re. 6. S 


ce-“l-m 


lo- -e 


HEALEYS 


Brand- poral Latest Models 
FL 


and h.. Drnea.. 
maculate Inside gas 
6ié RK. 1. Ave. N.E. 
°48 PONTI AC. $197 


Convertible: green finish; geod 
~- An excellent bey at this 


bis a I. Ave. NE, DU. 17-5200 


"SI FORD .. .8697 
CretTas bine with bineh tes. 
= = a ree, nt. «& oni’ ete. Very 


BILL ROSS 616 RB. I. Ave. “~~ "pv. 71-5260 


EMERSON & ORME 
7400 Georgia Ave. N.W. 


mech. cond. $395 $s dn 38 mo 

Insp. guaranteed. L ST. Mo ORS 

22d and NA 8.3 

: ard, waron 

eater spotless 
onroe-re- 


* Specia! on. 


equ 
New. car anevene $1 ine auieh 
er steering sale. B aE 398 for 900 
b. tires. @ 

wher car: $1695 


;BROWN MOTORS 


f+ Wis, Ave. NW ¢- 

roORD- Ranch Wacon Heater. 
automatic transmisston all-metal 
body. Very clean. One owner. $1395; 


figs WHEELER, 


550-A. MONRO FORD. $100 iy to ee MOUTH- IMPER L 
axe WO. 6-2 3 GFST WaSHinotor DEAL 
‘a 


oe | 4dr Tally 4800 Wiscotsin FW. 
/ 

aside and mere A ee BUICK 54 

The finish. s brand new ‘dark biue Wis. Ave. Bethesda. Ma 


paint job Pak: i: n-$009 
g@ FORD 


5 low purehai , none, DELIVERY Dlue. Mester ane Bowteeiize ode. 
CONVERTIBLE 
$85 DOWN | 


thera! allowance on American) BIVVER Moto fat ease 
car trade-ins and PREMIUM a1- Vaart Dea! er 5120 Wis. ave 
EASY MONTHLY a 
Fordomatic R an hn 
ereen wi 


wanes, oa your Imported car 
ey a5 passenger 
ecuicped Excuisite 


CLUSIVE WITH 
. Or 
ish: Powerglide ee . clean- 
in tow 
baes top For credit apereyv 


Manhattan Auto | = 
' 
LI. 4-2396 


& Borvie © Import 4 ane 
MILLER MOTOR CO. | 


American Car Est | 
7TH — if ot>. NW. | 
ROCET—1 555 Belair ir ptation 
pagen 4-dr ully - gs ery ° . { 
e; einer fitful 
safety. Semten 
a 30-day: 


. $% 
$3 $1095 Very 
ROSENTHAL “CHEVROLET 12th | 
Rd. & Columbia Pike 
Va JA. 748781 
***) sickup. Low mileage 
-. Mot a. 4211 Minn 
= ne 


DGE— 49 en - a, seats. $395 
| Cal, Bil Stevens. Un. §-3130. 
"53 WILLYS 
very truck 
conc t? onecd 


IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 26-4 
Also Modified Models Slightly Higher) =? 
Delivered Com JU 5.7804 
pany a, Direct factory Goaies p 
or Austin ealey ustin orris a “* 
Minor MG. MG-Magnette, Hil-\s.. OLET—'S4 Bel 
Mercedes-Benz, Porsche . 
Alte Romeo. Sunbeam. Willys and 
other popular makes Overseas de- 
livery arranged 


BRAND-NEW 


club lean 8458. need b- oe 


Sliver tay 


Tudor. 


Glebe 
Arlington Spring 
- 
x “Al 
erd 
HAymsa — 


wi 
oa ready for your the 
232-6090: eves... pe ous & economy min Sed 
o 


is 


19 mo 
7229 JA 


9%. GOATS, PARTS, SERVICE 81) pene: con 


BOAT ADS 
APPEAR DAILY IN THE 
SPORTS SECTION | 
vERDALE rs Fthe nororsd FARM AND GARDEN 83 
-". aot "; “f Sieron BAt *, Re 5 — peceing sae c Fe 
ar 
ree wooded jots wide se ect ion 


big or 
Sob. ar 
. restri cted just en |ereville, Me 


0 
5. 
rm don Ho mec custom BULL 
PY LES REALTY co mi 


‘53 
OLDS 


“S8" 4-d¢., beaewtiful 2-tene green 
end white finish; vedic, heoter, 
Hydre-Metic, power steering. Ex- 
cellent condihenr. 


re 
thorough! y, 
gir 


(BUICK) 


1tth & M Sts. NW. DT. 17-8196 


, ee ; 
616 BR. 1. Ave. N.E. DU. .7-5008 


2200 | 
real economy for you. No 


MONROE FORD 
1237 EAST- : 


0 each 
ICKEY AP ‘7- AO 
RA CLUSIVE TEMPLE MILL ares acres alk- 
are 3 
DOZE nd loaders for -grad- 
excavating end iand clearing 
Call UN. 4-853 33. 
"6 


eral ms 


53 FORD ‘2 TON 
“” $745 


MANDELL CHEVROLET 


LU. 32-1081 
P24l Nichols Ave. &.F. 


r con- 


ROLET- Al 
Ra red and 


CREV re Be! 
verpibie. io. heater, 


| ARLEX Tae INC. 
8h isley Hwy 


at ae me 
step ee . 


rds : 

T Burgess 

UT. 100x126. deal 
es 


_— —— 
e om iiece| A 
fongrs | REAL ty” co, UN. 4 
7 -§655 


across frem new indian 

pring Country Chub most of 

operty overlooks proposed Nort n- 
ideal building site 

survey ana onninese- 


85 Immediate Delivery at 


ooney . instru- 
eae, came for y & night 
MOTORCYCLES. ETC. 
ARL DAVIDSON. 
condition 7” $100 or best 


— 48 Warley. 
ol 4-4437. 9-5: WA. 717-1486 


Call terme? LO. eee SALE 


A 1957 10-ft 
tefully Syrniahe a 


ate discrimn inatine fami 
er ’ a: ‘ze CA 
sDietttragat 


| hwy. at Merrifield 
ALEX. BRANCH 
| Alex. Va. King 3 
4 TCK— 1855 ——— wer “pedan | 
es 


Brand- New 8s6 JAGUARS for 
w milea 


c sagen. r > 
ter. your Sani with ; £850 or best offer. | 


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absolutels +p Sy uae on! 

lew sneer ~ - unconditional 

uaren .. 

amily rea a ~ “ 

Gay ony "ot rie 
rR co.. 6312 Gea oe ne. 


2-Door “6” Sedan. Car #2178; 30-day money back 


One ner 
like ie ge 
OTHO W mitame BUI 
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pens ble parte 9 faoer 
0 OOD-CHEVY CHA 
veral, ex: ellent home sites 7A the 
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redio and a) Fares 
seat covers erms 
Blass. _pesutiful arey 


ADE PONTIAC 
a 43 eA, 4-85™ 
50 .. ME ms Lo —Sis and SSs, 2- 

i Super ardtoo sedem » Geers i fyi! , << r lwoks Be] 


a 
8 
Maroon hite. power pesrmee and delivers ae econom 
rakes. electric wind oe 68 
electric windows this! No. 736A. 


seats. pius s 0 
c OLET— 3951 de xe sedan MONROE FORD 
Capital Cadillac: Olds Co. 4 | tends terms. $25 ate » Hh 


L ww Roper Mir jeune “ona 
TANLEY jigs YSLER— i: a imperial sedan. 
HORNER’S Sess Be Ceany on 


Pia. Ave. NE at 6th .": 6-6454 1612 Yo 
: ith ‘Dow = orker 


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4-dr. Exeeptionaliy clean. well cared oes 
‘Veresaen- Power steering. opstom , upBeipters 

RATT: Owner 


MANDELL 
LU. 3-1051 
2241 Nichols Ave. 5.2. 


presente 3 
5 station wagon Ch 

superb condiiom Horne 

(midtown). llil ié4th 


+ gi799; 
Bus ick ot 


‘SS Chev. 15 Ft. Van 


oer $2595 


MANDELL CHEVROLET 
LU. 83-1004 
2241 Nichols Ave. 8.2. 


for 


A ION 
Rolling wood Sect 
um of lj 


sear Bet a 
ERS 3 OLOS-CADILLAC Co. 


984 net ve 
vrlo. ae : rm 
tora 
cont TE. 6-4959 an 
1946: 27 ft 
good cond. Located at 8076 Thor 
Gr LO 77-8975. 


ROLLOHOME - 
1952—-26' F 


letely 2672 FT 


Interstate 
4- 


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owner. 

* anos 
1CK . 20th & 


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fromtage on 

in nearby Fairfax 

oa approved an 
7) acre each 
Agency 


© WIL .-#. tires. tr. & b 
R. I. ave verseas 


50 GMC TRACTOR 
code tents ,... 91995 


seddie tenks . 


Radio and heater 


HOB JR 
1612 You o NW 
perial town | 
fon An outstanding ve: 7 oe 
ca ear 
luxurious oun 
tar invertor trim. Many other “i 
tures 


695 
WHEELER, 


CHRY R- W ASHI OTe. 


Moncure am | 4- one 
ag PE igs! blue na white Radio heater ‘ona 
feos ow.. Outstanding for only 


AKERS OLDS-CADIMLAC CO. 

MANDELL CHEVROLET Fairlingten Shepping C - 
LU. 2-1051 zencrie. Ye __ OV. 3-03399_ 

: B - mn with music and 

2141 Nichels Ave. &.F. rat Ye DC ia- 
a So a week 


on ¢ 
Pheope for credit approval. Many 
from—same 


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MAINTEN ANCE GUAR- 


$1995 


0” dow 
RECONDITIONED ‘- 
om 


“WACK ‘BLAIR 


Marviand'’s Largest Spartan Dealer BU 
Roycraft 


rte j 
—~ Vagabond—Maliard 
Gree eat Lees Nashua ’ 
White Plains 4. La Pilate 4671 
25 miles south ut Washington 


a a Richardson 


Full Price 


No Cash Needed 
credit. Military personnel, all grades, financed. 


For Credit Approval 
; Call 


TU. 2-4200 
Bill Ross 


7400 GEORGIA AVE. W.W. 


pe-) ARL 


= MOTORS, 
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IMPERIAL 
“ DEALER 


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Me-acre wood ed Py) 
a o. LARG vertible coupe. fu 
tremely clean 
ee co. tested for var 
_ vier 3 
owner. excel. cond. Fr JE. 30-day 
can get financing: 61050. 
Special 4-dr 
OTHO WIL. 
20th and A. 


share : 
NCF rable Lib: 

ee vee SCHOOL BUS 
54-Passenger Reo 


Leather interior; tmmecelate 
condition. Excetient tires. Re- 
an me- 


“4a. Beautiful ae “é- Wis 
cylinder yal : utomatic 


transmission 


p: 35-T.. 


com - 
63 


—T beautiful. s soded lots 
100° cown. $20 
ORCH. de- 


tises6 


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CXR TOINS FROCURED oo aT 
74 UNION AUTO "CREDIT : 


o buy penconesy priced| 1 AY 


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or-siged jot in Ogey Bottom re- 
| PERSONAT ToaNs 


wal ares. W rite particulars 
s M-J87. Pos!- tS 
RE SALE 


OMAC. MD. 
Potomac Hunt 


E BARCROFPT—L ot 
in cost By owner. H 


TS WANTED 


yee Py oe 
& EROS . 
Nw AP. 


Suaraesns to pass D.C. Va. wer brakes 

r Md. inspection 
Weuld palo aporex. $3,008 new. 
An excellent bar « 


$1095 


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the heart of 
Country. 13% 


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. _ Home of country clud used care 
7725 Wie. Ave. OL. 46-6100 


New in Our 17th Year 


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AUTOMOBILES, SALE dyad an SALE 


Centineed From Precedi 
+3 1950 all-metal ste owner 


IAC —. * €etain 1 
NTIA 4- pe; green and Diack fins a ay a. pgon; @xceptions| iv - 
ty Seiad ‘Als ras ae ane beater. Hrdrs Matic c p32 set Sart p % aid 1$a8 Sire s7475 -< é, miles. Us an er. 
Om c shift. mu res: pew car conditien By a es > radie $2006 whit e wi ~ oe joe 2. Saa9 | 5 o5. Ris Yo ~~, 21). in ws” fe8 CO.. 900 M st. 
ari 4 


] ar fac 4-dr Sonn. n ee 
AC PRY, LTD 7 
BS te $05 doen 0 ve ‘Pars “MONROE FORD CO. i K -2 eels ; leon 
: + T+ >. : . ‘wmivs— tp 4- door: 6-cyl. sedan. @t Stewart | 
PAS a tom Beta - Ry 5 > 384mm .. se oe Lee one Soars Priced to sell. Gien- Ace de luxe: 2- tome: superh con- bivd . . 
’ eo eat “ ~¥ “< . TR as . ’ Gixiwitrs_ "SE tea —' ftion: overdrive 

’ hea FORD 2-De 7) Lee if. ST " 1; im —> Thi ry a isted | «es "1956 
t hace 


e automatic — _ — 
r factory ac ae 1952 Cataline. + a. A soe - 5) y : if Ww tires. $1500 o 4-6390 after 
ruaranice Bzere- =. oer $3 PL . ot ; - or time 
Me ea er nie wu = - ae =e : & i> shit oris 1 lev wits tat ¥ wagon Rn: wins 52 station wagon, 6-cy!.; 
59 <Aee o. Gees \Seanr Beer o on. 4-3 P te ~~ heater direct. Mehts: exce LET C $s 
* rc mt «UF ‘ 


Pree 2 
: $39 5 ‘down 
“ce fine cellent mechanical °¢ 
“MITCHELL 8 Mo. glean 295. MITCHELLS M Hey. Sliver. hut, ok 


- 90 Low 
‘TIAC. 7320 Wi ave 

L 4-090 _ “tn Bante Hear x ARCADE PONTIAC : om gL 
W.-W. tires St aie F a bh + 3440 4 F 7 S2 = 7 c..3 a ot ) 
Ble: Radin hese Wea hietis! tebettns: Se gcertanne: OC Many stwe Ne cheese trem 6 “Oe SER VICEMEN S 
pote re . fakes. Br mee , Pho . y redit appre: Woes . | . - : sO poOWwWN PAYMENT 

jess raced on new Cadila er cars ft eect ire S La pe Ges ANY Ri 

sreders and officers CA DOW ‘ 
49 Packard ..$179 ‘50 Oldsmobile $399 


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2d nw. Ex sone. INC orb St. NW. EX. he Post-TH rearets the er — wal 
KER an | i Geek the sores CRANSON MOT 
AKERS OLDS-~ CADII ILLAC CO ‘eth + ~w _— (Ue 990 6T12 RANSON. . ng OR C ain For Further (nrormetion , 
en PONTIAC—.‘50 ' ; v= Call Fell —_—_ Deluxe 4-dr. Radio. heater. Rocket “S58. t-dr. Jet black. 

ee cus yellow JET MOTOR SALES ' Reas geod. Ne. PROS. R. & bh. Mrdramatic. 7058. 
oon cian tien aoe OLDSMOBILE “88° 2-DOOR ..... . 'S] Packard 399 

Li. 4-200 ‘49 LINCOLN 4-DOOR 39 . 'S3 Studebaker $799 acka $ 

‘A? CADILLAC “62” 4-DOOR Commander. L. C. Light ereen. © 1S, fo. 


Hea og - nee wonems- 516108 


NASH 4.DOOR » Gites Ge . sien. 
DE SOTO 4-DOOR + cya 
$1899 54 Stude. . - 31095 


MES RRASAALELELELLAL S 


‘53 FORD Ramblers Sale [5 se » coon ane simes am 
Tuder. A mie *-p eet 7 Left—all Models vbhere fin oe 


family car ev 


Cartemiine 


extras and really a bargain H Di ane « mae a a 5 . see 495 die. heater 

, . , , UDEBA "V¥.8" 4-DOOR . . Pall Price 

COLONIAL OLDSMOBILE’ uge Viscounts Colonial Oldsmebile's BR ‘50 BUICK 4-DOOR 95 38 ‘SO Packard $149 “AB Pontiac $195 4 

ihe - =. ation a y . ‘-édr. B BH. Mechanic's « 5.” %-dr. Radic. bester. 
ae tt 3-268 Burrows _Motor Co. . —s 1559 PA. AVE. 8.5. @ ‘52 HUDSON 4-DOOR S12  eleam ear 
s +c ; as. 3-202% ‘S) NASH RAMBLER CONV., overdrive 595 
' . —_ . . PACKARD ULTRAMATIC 4-DOOR. 595 , » Many Others to Choose From—EZ Terms 

PONTIAC WAGON, metal body 695 4 


+ Ss $375 Servicemen : — ‘S) MERCURY 4-DOOR 695 
worTH Attention’ : rasoved ‘47 CADILLAC 'S) PLYM. SPEC. DLX. CONVERTIBLE. 695 ’ Hd 
: . New tires and top. This car 'S2 STUDE. CONVERTIBLE, Hydra. 695 > 


CHRYSLER 4-DOOR Soptecoere 'S6 Ford 
° > , “Ss.” t-tene. Re- Eauipeed, radie ond beater. 


$95 . celal. RBS 


We can deliver to you 4 - . : x ESR, Caney: . ass 
Tes % sredges and officers one ns ; . = eran “vy. ”* -DOO 
$395 'S3 DODGE 4-DOOR 795 


56 Plymouth Bl ic." ishoctinat” Soe $1260 “ype: inom bhiitin ‘$2 BUICK CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE... 895 | STUDEBAKER-PACKARD 


Pte Pe + Arplications teten ; 
(PER MO.) +49 Burrell Moters ~ pened: 6720 Lee Highway ‘4 ree wim Open Baily, 9 °*e 9 VW 7600 Georgia Ave. N.W. RA. 6-1122 
BANK FINANCING 297 sree, ee. oat A — at 2 Artingten. Va Je. 2-500 Raiine ; 
BETHESDA MOTORS - sianiiaa canta es — Motor Co. | a A 4 4 4 4 4 Ay te bos 
a. ‘hs = 
Seuhes and Wisc AY *s. 2 oS eee a ' 
OL. 4-1000cun , 'S6é MERCURY 1840 Wilson Bivd. a. F 
: “se qus 53 DODGE : ead Pee iciven “Rew ear Title and War- ll © EASON: Of 
‘56 OLDS Coronet Conv. —> pene , —> $1995 | a eS OI I 
LEE D. BUTLER, Inc. cage BUICK Dealers 


{-door pardon, Power atee gee D. BUTLER, ane. Einssie-SSereery eo 
ing, Dower brakes, Hyde Linomt -iert ct ' Coon. & Fie. Aves. AD. 4-8000 
ie & h.. w.-w. tires. 1000 : — OT ES DS STE ran pening Many Other Fine Cars Available 
re- =ee eee ee * fd - inne 
NORTHWEST | NORTHEAST : 
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~~ Me 12-mo? te gua satee 
cardie¢s-« 

| 17th AND M STS. N.W.2 | 616 RHODE ISLAND ¢ 
,AVE.N.E. DU. 7-5200} 


of 
This i* « MATIONAL SOND 
Di. 78196 


ED USED CAI 
56 ' PH 
PONTIAC Do ar otors ‘S6 Buick $3097 | “56 Buick $2647 
«4 sew aon r. 2 Supe : t-deor hardtes. Riviera 
i> seit 'S6 Buick "55 Buick $2497 


New black tap, 

body, w.-w. tires, Gyre- 

matic drive; lew mile- 

age. Excellent condition. We have 2 cheater of 


as Ss. Ws a 
1636 Biadensvur re Bd. NE. Special Sale Price 


Alcorn Motors 


6920 Lee Highway 
Ari. Va. JE. 22-5050 


STUDEBAKERS  oeincieiniisieissinicinils 


The area's targest 
Studebaker deater 


Alington, Va 1956 
For the "va deal FO 2 [) 
AY 


American Service 2-dr., 3000 miles, car is sold with 2 30-day, 
| Center money-back guarantee. 

One Block from Hecht Co. 

585 N. Glebe Rd. 


Ari; Va. 
eJA. 17-7722 


Fenner Motor Co. 


$2895 
$2697 


Hardtep: Drynafiew steerin 


1 and a Job Is All BU'55 Buick”. $2347 | SS"huick = s2347 


Super sedan: Draafiew. power Century hardtep;, Drnafiee. 
$1497 | ‘55 Buick 


You Need at “Dollar” fi>4 *<«... Lo Ae oe BASEL 
- ; $1397 34 Buick $1697) 
seer sedan: Dreetiew 


J Buick "Si047 | ’53 Buick $1297 


407 Fla. Ave. WE. Ul. 6-7200 Neda ‘5 + 
e | ‘50 Olds ‘98" 4-Dr., R. & H. +] Down fda sweet ‘es tee rh potetins $397 


Full ‘Si buick 49 ‘Buick $347 


2 ° By / 2-Dr., R. & H. $ 
Fi in a hn C [ in 50 Dodge : 105 Price | Sedan Buick “GT Bick | $197 
. / 50 Buick 4-DR., R. BH... S] Down vy. Tg 
‘$2 Cadillac . $1547 


WE HAVE THE ANSWER ‘A9 Chevrolet 2-Dr., R. &H.$] Down Bil sete. : 48 Cadillac $347 


Sedan Hyrédra-Matic. 
De Soto 


Sedan 

“50 Chrysle : ‘50 so ae 
G . ‘50 Chrysler 4-Dr., R. & H. $] Down 3 gag was odge eer 
‘ Hordtes, 8. &H.$ Full §0‘S4 Ford... $1197 | '54 Ford... $1047 
W che el 195 Price 52 Ford. $797 | ‘50 Ford... $447 
N ‘50 Chevrolet 2-Dr., R. & H. +] Down ‘49 Ford $297 ‘G9 Ford _. $347 
*S?) Hudson $497 | ‘51 Hudson $497 

Sedan. Hernet: Brére- Matic Sedan. Hernet: Hyrdra-Metic 
Olds $797 | ‘53 Mercury $1247 


OV APPROVED CREDIT Come to ‘51 
Hardter: Hydra- Matic Monterer hardtes. 
Olds . 


ON ANY CAR ON OUR LOT TH 320 Flas. Ave.N.E. Wn so tenes 


¥ 


Super - tenet Dynaflew. pewer 


pigs a 
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60-DAY All Cars Thoroughly Reconditioned 
RED TA % ie i Where a Dollar Goes Farther! " | EMERSON & ORME 


IMMEDIATE ae sis 
| = MANDELL CHEVROLET = 


‘S56 MERCURY 
Fe iinted “ acon: Me ere come pte 


tir 
dda. oo wasrente. 
pie 83569 


SPECIAL PRICE. $2995 
LEE D. BUTLER, Inc. 


= i cojn. ~mapeurs 
. 


FINANCING 
‘SS CHEV Get Repair—Free 


rome 1 DEPENDABILITY 1Price-Cu 


a oe 3 bibs Buy a Merit Award Car 7 
; ces. Peeeet AL Steuart, Ine. — 
te Full 100% D. C. or Virginia Inspection. —— 
*% 96 Other Cars. All Years, Makes or Models 34th AND BENNING RD. 


% Servicemen Financed. 
AT BOTH BIG LOCATIONS 
12th & K Sts. NW. 629 H St. NE. ani tamee LU. 1-8300 


varine 


PONTIAC Servicemen all grades financed. 


Star Chief Custom 4- 
deor sedan: beautifel 


$1805 FOR CREDIT APPROVAL 
Trade, 


Terms CALL 
COAST-IN PONTIAC 


pr IRV MARTIN 


‘54 
Mercury NA. 8-4455 ST. 36624 LI. 6-4600 Open Monday through Saturday, 9 to 9 153 DODGE $ 
ee ode 12th & K Sts. N.W. Auto Center ei 9495 Corvect 2-deers oute, trans. ¥. and b ro ag 5 


equipped with Mercomatic; Open 9 ‘Ta 9 
100% gvaranteec. Open Dasly "Til 9—Sun. 10 "Til 4 Firedeme: redie and heater: sote. trens. y FORD $ 
aly en AAPAAAPPAPAPPAAAS| | '53 CADILLAC $9195 || 35 FOR 1295) 


Convertible: hydramatic: light green. areen. Ne. 2007 


ALL CARS ‘SS PLYMOUTH = $9795 / 11/52 PONT. $69 5 


Conv.: Bedre.. cr. ecnd bh. Ne. 1064 


GUARANTEED ‘55 FORD Customline $] 64 5 
SAa5 — = a ae 4-dr.: V-8: radie, heater, sute. trans. '54 CHEY. $2905 


“6.” beater, low mileage. 


ps sos Sr sn D OWN _ cso vt Ferd ie, ] | S4D00GE Coronet $1395//1'53 FORD $795 


SOCIO IOI iek 


Call Now for Credit 
V¥-8 t-deor; * and b.t ereen. Ne. 1092. 


ANDY ADAMS =<— ‘34 DESOTO CFC $1595 11 151 FORD $39 5 


TU. 2-3515 ro wtex , . and hb: 


wm sss nu Jf 3, Chae. "9" F'saterd “SS. § Bee 3] |B ves me 9999511 = 195 


———— t-dr. Powergtide Victeria “S 
week rem ween | 4 

‘50 Merc. $4271°S1 Chrys. 35% '55 PLYMOUTH $ 49 CHEV. 

*-4@ Saver “6”; heater, powerflite. 1645 iy Deluxe 4-deer. Ne. 1t24. 


PLYM. id lie 3] [te S070 ot oe $795) 1150 CHEV. $9Q5 
eat fst mak “HT 51 wae RIS, Smut +745]Il'50 ous $375 


i-dr. ‘-tene ton. New Oop ms 
PER WEEK Full Price : 
: en es Een... r. and bi t-tere 


‘S) Olds $6" 0°51 Ford 948 No Money Down UMMER SPECIALS__. $9 4 5 


t-r. Like nes tor. “2” — sae ‘52 Plymouth __.. ... $39515 150 CHEV. 


1% Nie Beene i First 3 Graders 
51 Lincoln *5-'9 3°51 Buick %7-'? For Credit Approval t rs ater 3-Passenger . eas $295 | BE sromensir couse: 1. ane b, 


i-dr. Mydra Kit: ere 8-er. 


Nothing Down For Credit Approval, Call pave Save Coupe : : | 
paleo 6.9 ee an sell MANDELL 
F E. 3-5540 : J mend LOWEST BANK RATE FINANCING | — 


_ ME. 8-2674 | 130 orner moons ro cHoos moe =H CHEVROLET 
scsi | Circle Motors DICK WILLIAMS 31 Poem irae Wenn muses 


- Out-ef-Towness kines 


y Kelly j ~~ 2401 PENN. AVE. Rw. SOEe Cheering hey Pe NEW CARS: DE SOTO-PLYMOUTH — 12241 Nichols Ave. S.E. LU. 3-1051 
Open 9 ‘Til 9 Open 6:30 TH 19 P.M. 530 Years in Business... the Largest in the East! LE a elena ee ey a ye 
NEW CAR LOCATION AT 1440 P STREET N.W. : 
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“ms K <x NW. 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD . | | | By Chester Gould 
46 Friday, August 10, 19546 nied ~~~ 7 } MY NECK---I'M 
a: al a8 TURNI CHOKING --- 


Keeping Well ° « By Dr. Theodore R. Van Dellen meat? | Roe : Busy, i : 


FAT DEPOSITS that arteriosclerosis begins substances in the blood. the HAVEN T _ Sth 
we 


SOME PHYSICIANS believe when fatty molecules of choles- more the likelihood of devel- a» 
they can “take the starch out terol and lipoprotein stick to oping hardening of the arteries. 7}, Y yee 
of a hardened artery by re- the walls of the blood vessels. Diet is implicated because > 
@ucing the amount of fat eaten § It is assumed that the great-some of this cholesterol and 
by the petient. The theory is er the concentration of these lipoprotein’ comes from the 

daily intake of fat. By taking 

less of this compound, disor- 

ACROSS Solution to Yesterday's Puzzle ders of the blood vessels. in- 

cluding coronary thrombosis, 

wanled tT, 9/90) will be+kept to a minimum — = 4 
4h Owned . st ELViEIN One objection to this theory | /§ «U5 Ps of 4 . Core SsTe 

IBDo is that the body manufactures . ; ’ i= 
its own cholesterol independent Shes me. : nies eile aa ae 3 
of our meals. On the other gS Bet * By Dal Curtis 
hand, blood vessel chenges omenlian 
have been produced experi . a / AND NOW, I'LL 


mentally in rabbits, chickens, 
, 7 : DO IT. WINSLADE --- BUT MY TAKE THE USUAL 
To the limit of space, ques- YES WINSLADE! I SHALL HATS OFF TO YOu! I DIDNT 


trons pertamning to the preven- “ wn THINK THERE'D BE A CHANCE 
renin 9 Yaar ren. Pager 9, Sire TAKE THE ELEVEN-TEN PLANE 
0 ease will be a TONIGHT AND BE IN NEW YORK —— OF GETTING HER HERE! : 


swered. Personal replies will ,- eg 
he made when return stamped > EARLY iN THE MORNING - Z 
envelope i¢ twmclosed Tele- ' SHALL NOT LET ANYONE DISSUADE 
phone maquiries not accepted. | 6 ME, WINSLADE! 
Dr. Van Detllen will not make 
. cragnoses or prescribe for in- 
65 Pulled apart 21 Oriental! 44 Supplicate dividual diseases 
66 On the ocean = weights 46 Haunch 
67 Repose °2 Small mase 47 Oxygenates dogs, monkeys and rats by in 
68 Dash —_ 49 This female cluding large doses of choles- 
stand 69 Forfearthat SLuminary = «4 nun terol in their rations. 
inland 70 Endeavored 26 Lowest 54 Traveled There has been a marked 
71 Dispatched 47 nanichment 55 South Afri- (change in our menus since the 
DOWN 28 Player can Dutch (turn of the century. We are -—. 
WwW 99 Line of voice 56 Other consuming more fat and the in-. LONG SAM va 
1 Tax & Curtailed containing 57 Deer crease parallels the rising in- 
2 Limp 9 Manage Sve units 58 Visage cidence of heart disease. Arte- 
3Acontinent 10 Deaths 31 Slanting 59 Allure with (Tiosclerosis is prevalent among 
4 Rebuke 11 Tune 32 Blackbird bait all races that eat fat. The con- 
5 Wasted 12 Slight color- 33 Remains 60 Persia dition is relatively scarce 
6 Rodent ing 35 Shelter 61 Coin among peoples on substandard 
7 Peruvian 13 Gambling 36 Attention 65 Japanese diets. 
stake 41 Evil spirit fish In commercially underdevel- 
oped countries, each person 
’' Pp rs] sh 982 consumes annually 1 to 6 kilo- 
‘ grams of fats and oils: our citi- 
oe zens take 20 kilograms. In poor 
nations, less than 20 per cent 
of the calories is derived from 
fats whereas in the United 
States, the figure varies from 
40 to 45 per cent. In American 
business men, it is 58 per cent. 
The low fat regimen is lib- 
eral and easy to follow after , 
it becomes a habit. Foods hich 
in fat are taboo including fatty Ea SS NERC La Pe BL. ea! * | } % By Ken-Allen 
meats such as bacon as well 


as gravies, cream sauces, fried ~ POS Se ae oul! 1 AM NOT SURE ,RICHARD.--- 
foods, nuts, cocoanut and des- ’ ‘af PASSIONATELY, PAINFULLY } ABOUT THE “HOPELESSLY”! 


serts containing cream or short- | «+-AND HOPELESSLY---iN ; 
ening. Use only salad dressings | POOR GUY’ HE DIDNOT REALLY & B icer casily THAT HESS | LOVE WITH You! PLEASE! GOODNIGHT. 
made from vinegar or citrus HAVE THE INTENTION OF 5 ; a SUDDENLY MY THOUGHTS 
juice DEPARTING BEFORE YOU! im | AY LOVE WTH You! ARE SCRAMBLED LIKE THE 
Skim milk and buttermilk | BREAKFAST EGGS OF THE 
contain less fat than whole : , GOOD MADAME WORT’! 
milk and-cream. All meats, par- : == . ——  ~ e | 
ticularly pork, lamb, and cer- 
tain cuts of beef are rich in 
fat. Shellfish, young chickens 
and turkeys, and fish have a 
~- - lower fat content. 
a : ‘4 : - TOMORROW: Mastoiditis 
' | from ear infections. | 
PRESSURE AND PROTEIN 
M. W. writes: Will removing 


39 Iananese 


4? Rov « name 
43 Riackthborn 
45 Soiritualls 


r , ’ . T all the protein from the diet 
What's Coming Up keep the blood pressure at a 
c proper leve!’ — —_ 
REPLY SMILIN’ JACK 
’ . ' , 
At T] $§ ‘ fl P, | No, because protein does not prevention in children has L 
d le onven on. raise the blood pressure. This some suggestions along this A -OsT: ; SASHT, Gove ~ THIS IS to SE 
oldie had its origin in this way: tine 1 may be obtained by RACE ~-ALL SET? WATCH : 
Refore the gavel crashes down to ; Certain types of kidney disease 4 ta ed. selt- : , ME STARTING FLAG’ . . COUaN YT TURN 
gt 4 tg _ {not onty raise pressure but alo Sending 8 stamped. self pan es gh a 
tion in Chicago, there's a lor you'll eo vtgy A elimination of pro- quest . ' , —_* = WE Yo $ y 4 
want to know. teins. Older treatment included adil y 
a low protein diet and when re-|_{20?7™4**_1#9*_Chicoee Tripaney 
What ere the prospects?’ What covery occurred, the diet was 
@ look for? What w expect? igiven credit for lowering the 
we ‘blood pressure. This does not 
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' Friday, August 10, 1956 " 


| STEVE CANYON 


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4 
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Van . Distriet Commissioners 
We've Got to Stamp will Stamp them: “Past 


Them ‘Past Due’ Due —But Okay.” Better 


late than never. 
DURING Washington's last I get a constant stream of 
transit strike, police moved 


letters which spell out the 
a record volume of auto traf- ng 
fic at speeds ranging up to absurdity of existing regula- 
"40 miles an ’ tions. Except for the name 
hour, with n« of the street usually traveled 
increase i! by my correspondent, the 


the accident 
rate. Since letters bear a frustrating sim- 
ilarity 


then, months 

of radar stud “t drive to work on (fll in 
les have re your favorite street) each 
vealed that ; - 

on mans daw.” the letter will begin 
streets the “I try to obey the law and 
25-mile. at drive in a reasonable man- 
hour speed ner. But I find that in Wash- 
limit is dead Bill Gold ington it is impossible to do 
as a dodo. When conditions § porth . 

permit, trafic moves much “Traffic on this street 
faster than 25 and there Is moves at about 35 miles an 
no accompanying rise in the hour. If 1 stay im the 
accident rate. Deputy Police stream, I become a law: 
Chief Howard V. Covell has breaker. But if I stick to 
long urged an upward Tre the legal 25, motorists be- 
vision in local speed limits hind me start blowing 
This week, Traffic Director  ¢heir horns and cursing at 
George E. Keneipp finally me. They take desperate 
recommended a cautious and chances to pass me. What 
limited first step in that do our traffic officials 
direction think I ought to do?” 

I trust that similar rec- I was never able to get a 
ommendations will be made sensible reply to such let- 
covering additional streets, ters. Engineers and plan- 
and that as they arrive the ners concede — privately — 


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TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS 
Greetings to Herbert Hoov- 
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kales, Rep.* John R. Pillion, 
Maj. Gen. @ Lawrence C. 
Jaynes and Brig. Gen. Wil- 
liam E. Crist. 
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Both vulnerable. North deals.| 


| Opening lead: Jack of hearts. 
An opportunity for the em- 
ployment of advanced tech- 
nique was offered to declarer | 
in today’s hand. North found 


The single raise w 
slight 


ward. 


perhaps a understate- 


somewhat disinclined to offer 


ment of his values, but he was'———- 


MYRTLE 


his first rebid somewhat awk; a ; 


tt 


— 


a jump raise. However, he 
}compensated for his early cau- 
tion by subsequently cue bid- 
ding the hearts and jumping 
In spades and South carried 
on to slam. 

West chose the routine open- || 
ing of the jack of hearts. A | 
clairvoyant would have select- 
ed the king of diamonds, a/| 
most unlikely choice, which, in 
this case would have placed 
the contract beyond deglarer’s 


took a dim view of the situa- 
tion considering that he needed | 
the improbable 2-2 diamond. 


and another diamond with a 
prayer on his lips. The prayer 
was destined to go unanswer- 
ed and declarer suffered a one- 
‘trick set. 

| This was another in the long 
list of cases in which provi- 
| dence helps those who help 
themselves. Declarer had not 
given himself every chance. 
‘Careful technique would have 
brought in the hand. Sough| 
should draw no more than 
two trumps before cashing the 
king of clubs. He then returns’ 
to his hand with a third 
round of trumps and runs the 
clubs discarding diamonds) 


reach. bn 
South drew the trumps and é 


Ss 


a 


~ 


break. He therefore played ace, PENNY 


aim 


LOGIC FAILS TO 


mst 


from dummy.He then plays! 


YOu THINK MONEY GOOWS 
ON TREES, 

COMES NATURALLY Like 

7 HOLES IN CHEESE, 


o> 


FALLS Lite THE CEew, 


SPROUTS LIKE FUZZ, 


eae 


dummy’s remaining heart and) 


leads a low diamond intend-' 
ing to duck regardless of 
East's play. | 

If East has a singleton hon-| 
or, the defense collapses since 
the forced return affords 
South a ruff and a discard. If, 
West trices to extricate his 
partner by overtaking, he in 
turn will be end played. On 
the cards, as they lay, West 
‘is forced in with the lone king) 
and cannot avoid giving de- 
clarer a suff and a discard. 

Observe that declarer sacri- 


for if diamonds are 2-2 the 
ace on the second round of} 
the suit will clear up the road. 


| (Copyright. 1956. by Chicago Tribune) 


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NickelPlantDiary 


| By Drew Pearson 


. With the Democrats busy 
preparing to nominate their 
man for Président, Repubii- 
cans are chuckling privately 
over the way 
they have out 
smarted ,the 
Democrats on 
one of the 
most dyna? 
mite - laden 
questions inf 


building an ex- 

pansion to the Government's 
nickel plant at Nicaro, Cuba, 
and a secret diary showing 
the manner im which Chair- 
‘man Len Hall, master mogul 
of the Republican Party, 
pulled wires im favor of his 
pet company. 

Reason the Republicans are 
smiling is because they have 
managed to suppress this diary 
Attorney Genera! Herbert 
Brownell has been sitting on it 
to keep it out of Democratic 
hands. Even President Eisen- 
hower has been brought into 
the picture and has concurred 
that the diary must be sup- 
pressed. 

Democratic Congressmen 
made frantic demands for the 
diary. But all they got were 
smooth smiles from Brownell. 

Though House of Representa- 
tives Democrats dropped the 
ball, Sen. McClellan's Gov- 
ernment Operations Committee 
has now picked it up and may 
go further. 

Meanwhile, other copies of 
the diary exist, and this writer 
h.. seen them 

The entries show that Chair- 
man Hall demanded that his 
friends, the Raymond Con- 
crete Pile Co., of New York 
get the engineering contract 
for the very important in lu- 
crative construction job in 
Cuba. They also show that 
Hall was against the Frederick 
Snare Corp., because Snare 
had not contributed sufficient- 
ly to the Republican Party. 

Chairman Hall, when ques 
tic ned, called t's a “damned 
lie.” 


Executive Contributes 


The Snare company had 
‘built the first Government 
plant in Cuba, had a base in 
\Cuba, and was considered qual 
ified to build an @xtension to 
ithe old plant 

Randall Cremer, executive 
ivice president of the Snare 
iCompany, who kept the diary. 
went to see Chairman Hall and 
iargued with him about the Re 
ipublican background of his 
firm. He also got Harold Tal- 
bott, then Secretary of the Air 
Force, to talk to Hall to con- 
vince him that the Snare com- 
pany was a good Republican 


firm. 


Someone in Republican 
ranks even checked the dona- 
tions of the Snare firm and 
found that two or three of its 
executives had contributed 


* $100 each to the GOP in 1952. 


which the Republicans regard- 
ed as mere chicken feed, | 

Finally Cremer came in. with 
a sizable $1500 contribution to 
the Republican Party in 1954 
This would appear to be against 
the law. since no one with a 
Federal contract or who is ne- 
gotiating for a Federal contract 
ean contribute to a political 
party. | 
Significant Entry | 

Here is one important entry 


in the secret Cremer diary 
which the Justice Department 


bas suppressed and the Demo- 


crats are trying to get their 
hands on. 
1954. just two months before 
the big Cuban contract was let. 

“Call from Richard Simp- 
son.” reads the entry in the 
Cremer diary “Unfavorable 
news from Hall—has the im- 
pression some of references 
we had given had failed to 
come through; 1) Talbott (Sec- 
cretary of Air Force), who 
vouched for what we had said 
about the original award of 
Nicaro to us, but has since in- 
dérsed Raymond 
Pile) and greatly weakened our 
case; 2) Bernard Shanley (of 
the White House staff), who 


has simply walked out; 3) has. 


received no corroboration from 
the finance chairmen in New 
York and New Jersey.” 

The latter referred to the, 
Republican finance chairmen 
in New Jersey and New York, 
who were supposed to verify 
Cremer’'s contention that Snare 
corporation officials had con- 
tributed to the GOP in the 
past. 

There is evidence that Chair- 
man Hall telephoned repeated- 
ly to Edmund Mansure, then 
head of the General Services 
Administration, which has 
charge ol all Government build- 
ing contracts and kept inisting 
that contracts should go to Re- 
publican firms generally. and 
that the Nicaro contract should 
go to Raymond Concrete Pile 
specifically 

When Mansure first men- 
tioned Frederick Snare. Hall 
exploded. He claimed Freder- 
ick Snare was a Democratic 
firm. He based this on the 
fact that Snare had been award- 
ed the original construction 
contract under a Democratic 
administration. 

After Hall withdrew his ob- 
jection to letting Snare get one- 
half the Nicaro contract but 
still insisted that Raymond 
Concrete Pile get the other 
half. More on this hot situa- 
tion inside the GOP shortly. 


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Fallout Has Insignifi icant Effect On 4th Term, Wife Says Than in ‘52; Plans ‘Farewell’ to GOP 


By Leonard Milliman “That's exactly what I'm g0- we've only just made a start.” 
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 9 * ing to talk about” at the con- ¢ Boys clubs for the under- 
Prospects of peace are “better” vention, he said, declining to privijeged not only reduce de. 
today than they were four elaborate linquency but are “a much 
W8S years ago, former President; Hoover, one of the four long- cheaner operation for the com- 
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runfing birt hday p00 His own birthday appeared to 
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customary 12- ® He's writing a book on his former President. who rattled 
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30 days of labor and 
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of spying, and imprisoned 
by the Chinése Communists 

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1:15 p. m—WDDC. Fred 
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“Shine on, Harvest Moon.” 

3 p. m. — WRC. Five Star 
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Symphony [I:o. 35 in D Ma 
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Workshop: “Only Johnny 
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9:30 p. m.— WMAL. Foot 
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18 p. m. — WRC. Boxing: 
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President Eisenhower vester- 
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next Jan. 7—a date that will 
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Mr. Eisenhower's message 
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Mantle Hits No. 39, Nats Jolted Again 


This Morning... 


With Skhirtey Pevich 


THE BEWILDERING tbebewior of fhe Amen 
. baseball fam has been gwen a wade berth thos fa by 
our psvcheanaivsts, who obvrousi ace afraid 10 tacke 
broadsade the subject whech m ther crcies = Gscusaed 
only m furtive whiepers. 

Moos reported mot wery apthbertaterh 
lo. sp ooptrenmd pewthe «arch §6ridd 
wercare min the avee @f the besa! 
ganidiends to «2 Come! siuty af 
seme of tne mantiestaueme theve ant 
was the wei of eerexposum Arp 
=er. eceerding te the eters. be wos 
hate found car vassing neat roca) 
imstxtetioes asamg fo othes hat an 
bedy ss unused cme they migit alin 
bam @ 

Apother verwor of the tare = that 
the gpoear feliew staply Geciiel te 
wthd@-ee from secety and apern the 
rest of tos days sflng cvoss.egget 
> Ghee celrecestiear cee gees 
papers, @ ition cesr reach of snacks 
anf aieaps © Tee Ee shams 

eft sheuider EF & emphatically Gene’ 
aMtbougt < was admmied be cout be 2 


week oc wth Ted Bihan gp 
m= rete wes epplavdec te thee 
ne a0 enms. gir or the pevcner 
fons to acl a thes Ge Se ae 
onal ewenmre that feechs!) fans 


+ mertumg calculated w change 2@ hee 

se wew as gurkl> ant coupe ry = 2 

On Teesday. Wiliam: get at the Ferner: Par’ 

‘me ewery sete Fer eee Ger be Ses 2 bet go. 2 

nogenimi aed phosrey op GHhems The maex' dey he 

ite @ the wieeties rer eh 2 aug and bt 2s Dem 

for goed weasure and be ss cheered to the ects @ 3 Gore 
Bag Here zed 2] read ser go 

ft gpeoseed op soomethboeg Set the press bes piilvenpiers 


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thet emer upcr a By 


Braves Split 


With Cards 
On 3-Hitter 


WLWVStare. Aue F 
Sen Wiel Setted ow tire 
come Genuiit as fe St Louis 
(Cartinals def®atet re Wilwau- 
ber Geaees 30. i te second 
pane of @ trufiehecdrr. 

The Biers tee the frst 
wane $f. on Ste ftree-fit pitch- 
ng of Beviite Tagior Phillips. 

The aplit gut the Braves I% 

sheaed af runmerup 

"mm ap tte fight National 
Lewger care emi 7 games in 
Sr ww tTormtciacer Cincinnati. 

Tie Graees used four pitch. 
om Qutilefing Geer Gene Com 
ro whe was clase? in the fifth 
er gene up € tite fer 4 
cam. Tem Poltteikiie went the 
route Ser tte Cartingis and was 
‘Seeurrftere=’ Seer F tite. 

Der Baaeergerne «cred for 
Thee Cais op Gee Ore ining 
eter te anget atvanced on 
W) Deets sarrmfire and wored 
em Whumaai!’s if G center 

ek walle? @& Ge third 
ermt Ge secant «em Wuasial’s 
conus Ge Joe Adrock and 
comeeet Ge giete afer Wally 
Weer + angie o& center 

Musa angled im the fifth to 
eeere Walter Canorr ami Bias 
mga Coopers angie m We 
egerth @aore® Moon 

Lew Sreter. Geh Bali sand 
Ecue Jnimem fhiluwed oniev 
op ‘the tmrrund anf gave up ¢ of 
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BASEBALL 
GOLF 
FINANCIAL 


Six Pitchers 
Pounded for 


FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1956 


20 Hits in 


15-7 Debacle 


) By Bob Addie 

{ fat Brower 

| The Yankees decided & was 
a@ good dzy for batting practice 
yesterday and ied by Mickey 
Mantle, who hit his 30th homer 
of the year, the American Leo 
gue champions showed no 


mercy. 

They piled up 2 hits as they 
again whipped the Nats. 157, 
before a crowd of 172379. of 
which 6648 peid. The rest was 
composed of youngsters who 
were the guests of the Nats 
and the Washington Post and 
Times Herald, and several bor 
dred ladses day customers. 

it was all reminiscent of a 
‘small boy with a2 cap pistol 
tryimg to outshoot 2 cannon. 
Our guys did get a respectable 
total of 12 hits bet every one 
of them was a single and that 
kind of hitting was so match 
for the Yankees muscie 
Martin. Carey Homer 

In additions te Mantle, whe 
went 11 games ahead of Babe 
Ruth's record. Billy Martin and 
Andy Carey also homered. 
)\Carey and Jerry Coleman also 
got doubics and these shots 
were riffing cat there with 
‘sech frequency that the pitch- 
ers and outfielders got slightly 
shell-shocked during the after- 
porn 

Bunky Stewert was the offi- 
cial loser. Bunky didat have 
time to get wermed up before 


bave borg martazwed Fs mmpossitie te bee a Pome Tut, 

r, ~~ a - ye or 7? 7 nF - wr t 

T ele w s Umwr a = Tae = OF nm Treas mg om tte «cmd wien Boddy 

ie “ asa Por > Cia’ awe ls sec Sw MTTS<TIT fTimih!i ert arr eame 

when quairacs” ors S the sound ani exit im ao ily Erufen’s single 

fan can beoe ooly ome cTeeciion T> Theeug? Se we Bruton wore 

—, sry r : - 

t owen mecessary the homer be SOT Bp Reyuisks dropped 
Jes ine drive to 

the Bome 


- 
pe 
fam cheets for Willams the Lae aif? anotfter im the 
ther movemerm ip > fim CRE woe Ge Seat aut a2 hit 
be fecerred fer aoitiies at Gem ™ 
wIT ad 
facgpeeeness that mughti make some at 


Derk afvanee® om «a 
at 2 walk and came 
. TreeTTy 
sem toghtiuly mategue £ Pit. Wietlews sneied 
turmmg the @ry check 


the Yankees touched him for 
Sve runs im the first inning end 
two more in the second. Bob 
DW esler. 


/-_ ie” sos 
man as Washington catcher Clint Courtney waits in vein 
for throw from outfield. Umpire is John Stevens. Yankee 
eutfielder Hank Bauer watches at right. Yanks won, 15-7. 


By Charies Dei Vecchio Saf? Phocnerasher 


Hambletonian Will Move 
To Du Quoin, IL, Track 


GOSHEN, N. Y.. Aug. 9 @ the Du Quoia State Fair, Du 
The Hambletonian Society — fl, by 2 unanimous Henk Bauer greeted Stewart 
: r : “mee with 2 single in the frst 
ic Sgn ‘ spl lio New York State Commis and Martin shan | 
- betee and edie , » Same sioner George Monaghan and Mantle and Bill Skowron later 
stake for 3-year-old trotters to the United States Trotting At walked then Skowron was 

Du Quoin, Ill, located some 73 *OC!st0n. which controls tret- forced by Elston Howard Ca 
E miles from St. Louis ting and pacing throughout the rey homered for three more 
° In a statement by E. Roland womngy hay 2 been feuding runs to give the Yanks a 50 
e Harriman, president of the or- tock off and a ware eee he inning K 
> ganization which has s ed hadi  B = aad oe second ucks 
® te famous stake since its in- ~""."* : and wes forred ty 
Saugural im 1926, the society Veuters Becoupe.” “Ware : the try fers double 
pe jn , organized following 8 Matec gleg. Tomy Roig threw wild as 
® “The directors of the Ham- “Te! mvestigaiom. » Haak went to second Martin 
$ bietonian Society were agreed The seven New York tracks singied m Beuer then was 
® that the proper place for the had sought to keep the Hambie- forced by Berra 
® Flambiletonian is Goshen. How- *omian at Goshen where the A peseed boll sent Yogi down 

ever. in view of the ufisatisfac- T***® 25 Won Wednesday byte second When Mantle 
1 tory conditions under which The Intruder. Under the wil] walked, Wiesler relieved Stew- 

harness racing is being admin-°f the late Bill Came, who art and gave up 2 scoring single 
istered in New York State at Drought the stake to this little to Skowron 
the present time, a contract Orange County community im Singles by Kocks, Baver and 
was awarded for two years to See BRACE, Page %, Col 7 See NATS, Page 4. Col I 


Te Srames soened the wor 


Be Teper 


TUT NNECESSARY SLIDE—New York Yankee third baseman 
Sanify Carey slides across home plate in the fourth inning 
ef yesterday's game against the Nats at Griffith Stadium. 
Elsten Boeward and Carey scored on 2 single by Jerry Cole- | 


we” rervort oc 


a 2 Gee rem. toe 
kr 
Nace 
er be eet a 

— the Se Soe 
Bs eee 

from the pulp 
(hacacieTies 25 


yielded Mantle’s hemer) and 
Dean Stone all saw action. 

Casey Stengel Yankees’ 
manager, mast feel like a gen- 
eral. Every time bes bere. it 
seems, the Washington pitch- 
img troops pess in review. 
Kecks Wins 15th 


; 

Johany Kocks won his 13th 

of the year although he needed 

help from Tom Morgen im the 
sixth 


re ff zt me Chiat 
2 Teer of 
than the 


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Re oe lg 


The Nats 


Box Score 


Brooklyn, 
Roebuck Stop 
Pirates, 7-3 


PITTSBURGH. Aug 9 @ 
Carey. 


The Brooklyn Dodgers, fighting fuser, 


wire Senry Saron threw wild 
turet ater San Whueial’ ‘’ rear ia- Colemas 
ais tif ts reach the top of the Na hacks. » 


tional League. eased past the **"*== 
Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-3. before *™*** 
WASBINGTON 
7486 today 
Brooklyn's offense was aided <a 7 
-tby three Pittsburgh e i 
! and remforced by a masterful 
i @ veitef pitehing job on the part 
4 = of Ed Roebuck. 


m 2 wid mth 
ie Gath ativaenced on Jee 
fees seerfice and scored 
op Theres fit Ge center 
Tie Carmtinais scored in 
hearth a Dem Siesineeme 
get ani went ail the way 


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ot Friday, Ceomnsnel 10, 1954 eceen 


a 


Bob Addie’ S Ma 
* Column 


THE YOUNG FOLKS directing the destinies of the 
Washington baseball club have come up with another 
first or “thirst’—depending on how you look at it 

It was with some trepidation yesterday that the Nats 
announced they were discarding another, time-honored 
precedent beer will be served in 

ville,” the ersatz. home run 
h was built this year 

The have been issued a Class 
D license beer in the new 
er area which was supposed to 
benefited Roy Sievers, the big 
home run hitter. However, Roy has 
hit only three in the area which was 
named for him in jest, just as Pitts- 
burgh had its “Greenberg Gardens” 
a few years ago when the fences were 
shortened to take advantage of Hank 
Greenberg s power 

At any rate, a beer garden in the 
ball park is something of a novelty 
here. For many years the late Clark 
Griffith had the unique distinction 
of getting a whopping sum from ‘tis Nationa] Brewing Co. 
sponsor and yet prohibiting the sale of beer in Grifiith’ 

tadium , 

That, you must admit, is really salesmanship at its best 
Griff’s long-time business associate, the late Eddie Eynon, 
also disliked the idea of selling beer. Some say “the Judge” 
was résponsible for the ban because he was a life-long 
prohibitionist 


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to sell 
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Addie 


EYNON-1-FACT- used to set up something of a “frisk- 
ing” guard outside the park, reminiscent of the old West 
when the bad guys had to check their guns at the door. 
The Judge kept an eagle eye out for anyone trying to smug- 
gle in a bit of liquid cheer 

Lest some of the good burghers of this village storm 
Griffith Stadium with placards demanding Calvin Griffith 
be hanged in effigy, it may be pointed out that beer and 
baseball have met before 

In ( 
given 
Ww 
and wi! 


for instance, the whole center-field area is 
to picnic parties and the brew flows steadily. 
families make a practice of attending the ball games 
ile the kids sip their soft drinks the adults take a 
beer or two to keep out the heat 
Beer is served in Yankee Stadium, at the Polo Grounds 
and in Ebbets Field, Brooklyn. It's served, in fact. in all 
major league parks with the exceptions of Philadelphia and 
Pittsburg! As far as is known, none of these communities 
has been corrupted by the proximity of beer to the national 
pastime 


leveland, 


le 


NATS HAVE a gimmick whereby people seated any- 
the ball park may go to the bleacher area to get 
a brew, in case they get that parched feeling. Since Wash- 
ington is noted for its fondness for the amber fluid, that 
bleacher area could wind up as the most popular spot in 
the bail park. It could be that there will be many a traffic 
jam out ere some dul] evening the Nats are hopeletsly 
out of the ball game by the first inning 

Just to that they're not under the thumb of their 
sponsor, the Nats have thrown the sales open to five dif- 
ferent brands of beer 

In the District, of course, there is an archaic law that no 
one can imbide spirits while standing. For generations, 
casual observers have been trying to figure that one out 
The idea probably is that if you fall off your stool or chair, 
you've had it 

Adhering strictly to the ABC (Alcoholie Beverage Control) 
restrictions, the Nats afe going to insist that patrons be 
served beer only while seated. This, of course, will play 
hob with a rally. A guy has to root sitting down or the 
Nats could lose their license 

Would that mean, then, that the ABC board would close 
down the stadium? 

ONE CAN SEE, too, that with thirsty customers waiting 
there will be a new version of musica] chairs. It's con- 
ceivable that the ball game itself could be lost in the shuffle. 
Also, since this will be an exposed area, a guy could wind 
up with a home run ball im his beer 

What do you want, a baseball in your beer? 

The Yankees were the first to depart radically from the 
beer business and set up a saloon. Perhaps it would be 
more accurate to say that Larry McPhail was responsible 
MacPhail initiated the “Stadium Club” which took care of 
the before and after needs of any human camels. It's easier 
to join a millionaire’s club than to get a membership to the 
Yankee Stadium saloon—unless, of course, you want to 
buy season tickets along with the privilege of membership. 
That would be a horrible price to pay in some places and 
undoubtedly would force many people to go on the wagon. 

Many people, of course, can combine a glass of beer with 
a look at the ball game. Watching the Nats could revive 
one of the hoary expressions of the tavern set—especially 
if our boys take it on the chin. Then, literally, the custom- 
ers could cry in their beer 


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Wininger Leads World GolfWith 7-Under65 


-| Cineinnati 
Downs Cubs 
On Homers 


CINCINNATI, Aug 9@ 
The... Cincinnati Redlegs 
sorted to their favogjite weap- 
on—the home run—again to 
day to come from behind and 
defeat the Chicago Cubs, 5 to3 

Until the eighth, ‘Cincinnati 
had scored only once off bonus 
piteher Don Kaiser, and that 
was a homerun in the second 
inning by Eddie Bailey — his 
19th. 

Then, with two out and 
Frank Robinson on base. Ted 
Kluszewski drove his 7&h hom- 
er of the season over the right- 
field screen to tie the game 

After Brooks Lawrence, who 
went to the mound with one 
out in the ninth, again turned 
back the Cubs in the extra in- 
ning. Robinson walked and Gus 
Bell hit the ball ower the right- 
field screen for his 22d round- 
tripper of the year. and the 
game was over 

Cincinnati used five pitchers, 
Joe Nuxhall. Hershell 
man, Tom Acker. Don Gross 
and Lawrence. Freeman twist- 
ed his neck trying to field 
Ernie Banks’ grounder, and 
complained of dizziness im- 
mediately afterward. He was 
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Team— 

President 
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said last  F New 
City that Washington would « 
definitely be represented in the 
Eastern League this season 

Reached by phone, Lockhart 
said Washington would  be- 
come officially a member of the 
league after the league office 
received a check for $1500 from 
Mike Uline for league operat- 
ing expenses. 

Uline said last night 
check was in the mail and that 2 
he was going ahead with sions 
to have a team. Jack Mitchell. 


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BOSTON, Aug 


Sallivan Pitehes Six-Hitter 
Well Behaved Williams 
Helps Bosox Take Second 


9 #—Frank Sullivan's 


six-hit pitching, 


aided by Jim Piersall’s vital two-run single, carried Boston 
to a 3-1 victory over Baltimore today and into second place in 


the American League 
Ted Williams 


on his best behavior 
for the s@cond straight day, collected 
two singles, a walk and reached base 


on an error. Williams was fined $5009 
Tuesday for a spittinz episode 

Ted started off the Red Sox sixth, 
in which the team scored all its runs 


with a single. 
preceded Piersall’s 
Jackie Jensen 


insurance run as Sammy 


into a double play. 


An error and a walk 
decisive 
came home with an 
White hit 


blow 


Sullivan achieved his elusive 10th 
victory on his fourth try. He has lost 


five. Big Sully 


hibited marvelous control, 


only one walk 


The victory was Boston's eighth in 
the last nine games and enabled the 


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Sullivan 


Bosox to climb into second place ahead of the Cleveland In 
dians who lost to Chicago, 9-2. 


Umpire Charley 


Berry banished Orioles 


manager Paul 


Richards trom the bench in the Ba! itimore seventh for re- 
marks concerning the plate 


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LOS ANGELES, Aug 9 
Joe Kuharich 
-and his three assistants went 
on the prow] today for a right- 
in for Jerry 


Michigan State 


= = rookie, who cracked his right 


Chisox Rout 


Wynn, Drop 


CHICAGO 
paw Jack Harshmar. 


—Por nieles “- 6) 


* Tribe to Third 


Aug. 9 2—South- 
limited 
Cleveland Indians to five 


2. hits today in hurling the Chi- 
so cago White Sox to a 92 victory 


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The White 
major. league 


Wynn his sixth 
loss against 13 triumphs. 

Sox equalled a 
record when 


Orestes Minoso was hit by a 


pitched Dall in 
inning. 
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Sandlot Title 


Atchison-Keller plays Strick's 
Restaurant, 5:30 p. m. at Fair- 


jlawn Field for the second half 


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Memorial League 


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hand here last night as the East 
defeated the West, 7-3, in the 
annual intra-squad game 

*lanutis underwent X-ray ex 
aminations on his hand this 
morning. 

Results showed he broke the 
metacarpel bone of the third 
finger and returned to camp 
at Occidental College this aft- 
ernoon with his hand in a cast 

The 26yearold ex-Spartan 
speedster is expected to be out 
of action at least two weeks. 

This means he won't be able 
to play when the Redskins face 
the Rams in their jith annual 
exhibition charity me in Me- 
morial Coliseum on the night 
of Aug. 17 

Kuharich, who sent his boys 
through a light drill this after- 


noon, plans to use either Dick’ 


James, another rookie from 
Oregon, or Sam Baker, one- 
time Redskin player who re 


cently rejoined the squad after) 


a military hitch and a fling at 
Canadian football, to fill in for 
Planutis. 

Another possibility would be 
Scooter Scudero, 170-pound 
ground-burner who normally 


Giorhaen at left halfback or’ 


safety man on defense 

Jt was fullback Leo Elter, 
200-pound four-year veteran, 
who won last night's intra- 
squad game for Coach Mike 
Nixon’s Red-shirted Eastern- 
ers. In the latter minutes of 
the game he dashed 49 yards 
to score after taking an un- 
planned behind-the-line pass 
from quarterback Al Dorow. 
Norb Hecker added the extra 
point for the East. 

Shortly before Elter pulled 
team ahé@éad, the West 


25— scored on a 12-yard field goal 


by Hal Norris, formerly of the 


rsh University of California. 


Wins Farmington 


Golf Title, 241 


CHARLOTTESVILLE, 


Va.. 


Aug. 9 W—Marge Burns 


Greensboro, N. C 


of 


. won the sec- 


ond annual women’s invitation 
golf tournament at the Farm- 
today 
with a 54-hole total of 241. 


ington Country Club 


Miss Burns. 
round 81. finished 


posting a final 
10 strokes 


ahead of the field. Cathy New- 


s Grubb, Cullinane 


Eliminated in 


U. S. Junior Golf 


WILLIAMSBURG, Mass 
Aug. 9 ‘»—Washington, D. C.’s 
two first-round survivors in the 
USGA -National Junior Golf 
Championships, Johnny Grubb 
and Chicky Cullinane, were 
eliminated in today’s third 
round of match play. 

Grubb ousted Bud William- 
son, Lincoln, Neb., in the sec- 
ond round this morning before 
Virgil Prater, Fountain City, 
Téenn., beat him, 1 up, in the 
third .round. 


Middlecoft 


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Tam O’Sh anter pane Richerdsen, 
Four qocunetia Yates, 


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CHICAGO, Aug. 9 (‘#—Fran- 


cis (Bo) Wininger, prematurely, Be Sep" Whadnce 
‘gray sharp-shooter from Qdes-'¢ 


slammed into the first 
lead of the $116,200 
championship at Tam 


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O'Shanter today with a 7-under- 


par 65 

The well-built, 33-year-old 
pro was among the horde of 
marksmen who ghattered par 


36, 3672 on Tam’s 6015-yard or ‘Lan. 


acreage. 
The tournament committee : 
made the course easier for the 
first round by sticking the pins 
fairly well in the middle of 
the greens. Tomorrow they 
promise to toughen it up. 
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with these leaders: 


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CHICAGO, Aug. 9 
Here are the standings at the 


‘A’s Defeat 
Tigers, 5-3 


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runs by big Gus, Zernial and 
Cletus Boyer carried the Kan- 
sas City Athletics to a 5-3 vic- 
tory over the Detroit Tigers 

88 $2-~68 today and broke a six-game 
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A’s. 


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Alice Bauer each with 74. 
Wanda Sanches of Baton 
Rouge, La.., 
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tied for second with 7 


Wininger, former Oklahoma Nea . 
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MEN’S AMATEUR ep 


Kansas City Open this year, 
led the pack of 93 fellow pros 
in the rush for the ‘ 
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Two Strokes Off Record 
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of 63 set by Lloyd Mangrum 
in 1948. Any pro breaking that 
mark will win $10,000 


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made a great bid for it. Errie Bethesda, Md.., 
45-year-old club pro at'win the tourney, today gained 
. carded 35, 31—66 the doubles semifinals of the 


Ball, 
Oak Park, Ill 


and Cary Middlecoff, the 1956 National 
National Open champion, shot:Commerce junior tennis cham- 
34— 66. pionships, defeating Don Voss, 


32, 


Bill Nary of Wayne, Mich., Hattiesburg, 
the National Casey, Laurel, Miss., 6—0, 6—2. 
posted 67's 


and Ted Kroll, 
PGA runnerup, 
while Billy Maxwell, also of 
Odessa, and veteran Jimmy De- 
maret were grouped at 68. 


‘Blew Last Year 


Wininger last year was the 
54-hole leader in the “world” 
jamboree with 209 then blew 


‘to a closing 77 to share ninth 


place. Today he reached every) 
long par 5 hole in two shots 
for simple birdie 4s. He deuced 
two of the three short holes’ 
with 6 and 15-foot putts. An-} 
other birdie came on an 18) 
footer. 

Kroll pulled off the most sen-| 
sational shot en x,oute wto his 
67. He rifled a No.2 fron two 
feet from the pin on the 515- 
yard 15th for eagle 3 


Floyd, Beck, Foss | 
Win Matches in 


Cavalier Tennis 


VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Aug. 
9 fF Defending champion 
Wade Herren of Birmingham, 
Ala. drew a first-round bye 
and then downed Col. 
Taylor of the Armed Forces 
Staf College 6—3, 6—3 today 
in second round play of the 
sAventh annual Cavalier Invi- 
tational Tennis tournament. 

Second-seeded Don Floyd of 
Arlington, 1955 Virginia state 
champion, turned back Dick 
Edmunds of Halifax, 6—2, 
6—2, in another second round 


+ Scrap 


Leif Beck of Silver Spring, 
Md., seeded’ No. 3 who played 
No. 2 for Duke University last 
season, defeated John Berke- 
ley of Hilton Village 6—0, 6—2. 

Saul Leibowitz, George. 
Washington University star 
from Norfolk, defeated Joe 
Wood, Charlottesville, 6—0, 
7—5. Henry Foss, Washington, 
defeated Peter Sherwood, Hil-) 
ton Village, 8—6, 6—1. 


prize—Mickey jovee N Ziske. 
Vista, Calif,, Bashy ig Fa. 
Louise Diane 
and Pens. 
Rett 


W OMEN AMATEURS — Marlene Bawer 


Gleria Srepeteena, Calif. 
Betsey Raw 


the all-American Mary Lena rauth. Ga. 
Pay 


‘World's’ Art > Melnik 


Ward Wettlaufer. 
Al ow. Th. 


Doubles Semifinals 


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ata Friday, August 10, 1956 5D 


——— 


Oyakawa Breaks Olympic Mark 


Miss Mann 
Qualifies 
For 3 Finals 


DETROIT, Aug 9 #—He 
waii's Hoshi Oyakawa, Olympic 
champion in the men's 100- 
meter stroke, qualified to 
defend his title by winning the 
finals of the United States 
Olympic swimming trials to 
night in 1 minute 5.2 seconds— 
two tenths of a second better 
than his own Olwmpic record 

Ovyakawa shared the spotlight 
today with Shel ev Mann of the 
Walter Reed Swim Club. Wash 
ington, D. C. Shelley qualified 
for three final events today 
after winning a berth on the 
Unitea States team yesterday 
by finishing third in the 100 
meter freestyle final 
“The American | Seay 
was first in the 100-meter 
terfly qualifying: second in the 
400-meter freestvle and eighth 
in the 100-meter 
trials. The first eig 
event gained the finals 

Shelley withdrew from th 
100-meter backstroke, however 
to concentrate on the other two 
events 

The 100-meter butterfly tri 
were domfnated by Washing 
area girls. Walter Reed's Mary 
Jane Sears was ynd and Bet 
ty Mullen Brey was third. Kay 
Knapp. Terrapin Swim Clap 
College Park, Md., was tied for 
fifth Misses Sears. Knapp and 
Mrs. Brey won berths on the 
United States team Wednesday 
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Valter Reed's 
finished sixth ar 
finished eighth in 
freestyle qualifyin 
Miss Mann 
event 
Walter Ree 
ner. leading 
the United States 
Pan-American 
ninth in the 100-meter Dutte! 
1:16.7 and fal led in her 
> to the AmeT 
ican team 
Two other prime netng 
in the 100-mete!r hackstroke. 17 
year-old Frank McKinney 
Indianapolis and towering 
Wiggins of Pittsburgh, 
made the United States 
second and tni 
to Ovakawas re 


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respectively 
ord pel rform 
McKkKi vy, son 
Democratic Natio 
was clocked i! 
Earlier today 
in Cone and S) 
collegian Rich: 
tinued 
can swimim! 
liminary trials 
In the first 
events of the 
rain at Brennan 
national records 
tered 
Miss Cor 


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dav iiia 

pools 

were 
16-year- 


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old high school junior from 
t a tenth: 


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own mark 


Ridgewood, N 
of a second off het 
in leading preliminary trial 
in the women's 200 hack 
stroke in 1:14.4. She had done 
1:14.5 in the National AAU at 
Tyler, Tex., last July 7 

Miss Ruuska, 14yearold 
daughter of an immigrant Fin- 
nish electrician from Berkeley, 
Calif.. swam the women’s 400- 
meter freestyle in -5:10.7, the 
best ever in the speciality in 
tthe Jnited States. And Fad- 
gin, a Woonsocket, R. L, boy 


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Tie ve | 


» to the Brookville Swim Club in 


"paced Fe 
a vesterdayv 


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. Diays 


’ at 5:30 p. m 


Federal Sterage 


Jockey Injured 
Two Horses Die After Colliding 


SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.. Aug. 9 &—Twoe race 
horses were killed and a rider was injured today when the 
horses collided head-on while on an exercise track. 

Miss Nell, a 4-year-old, broke loose while being walked, 
track officials said. She and Marian, a 2yearcld Ally. 
collided, # was reported. Joseph Karney, 22, Syracuse, 
N. Y., aboard Marian, was thrown te the cround. 

Karnev was treated at Saratega Hespital and dischareed. 

Both horses had finished in the money on the flat track 
here this month. Miss Nell was owned by Tony Pascuma. 
Ozone Park, L. 1, Marian was owned by Daniel Van Clicf 
of Esmont., Va. 


At Twe Peels 


President’s Cu p Swim 


Events Open Tonight 


By Mark Hannan 


Aquatics take over the spotlight this weekend in the annual 
. President's Cup Regatta with a record number of swimmers 
and divers competing in the three-day event 

The large entry list has forced the Cup committee to divide 
tonignts opening program 

The divers will compete as scheduled in the Bradlee Towers | 
pool for championships in the Junior National, D.CAAU 


and President's Cup high and low board events starting at i 


5 o clock 
The 12-vearoild division of 
the All-Kiddie swimming cham 


pionships has been transferred pools for instructions at 7. 


Saturday's 
the sixth 


program will 


’ " , - " > 
Aiexandria with the first even annual 


also scheduled for 8 

All contestants and officials for ages 4 to 10 

This card will be held at the 
East Potomac Park Pool start. 
ing at 4 p. m 

Senior swimmers 


UnionPrinters 


» Beaten, 3-2 


Tony Natoli and Bil 
icral Storage 
over the 
with thee hits each 
in The Washington 
Post and Times Herald Indus- 
trial League on the West El 


are fea 


tured Sunday with ten events 
scheduled for the East Potomac °* 


Park Pool starting at 6 Dp. m 
Sunday will also o0e 
CA.A.U. Junior Olympic div 

s 

girls 
Entries 

from 26 states as well 

District 


| Froman 
to an 
8-2 Union 


Prin 


Victory 


ters 
as the 


isive times at bat 
land seventh. Mays slugged his 
118th in the third and White his 


,Rogovin, 
d 


Je 
are requested to report to the 3 


be a 
All-Kiddie w 
championships with 20 events +) 


the s- 
titles decided for boys and 2. 


have been received - 


Giants Win 


OPEN 8 A.M. TO 6 


—— 


’ 


On Homers | 


NEW YORK, Aug. 9 #—The 
last-place New York Giants 
broke Philadeiphia’s six-game 
winning streak today, 5-2, with 
an il-hit attack that included 
two homers by Jackie Brandt 
and one each by Willie Mays 
and Bill White 

Brandt hit his seventh and 
eighth of the year on succes- 
in the fifth 


15th leading off the fourth. 


The other Giant run came in ' 


the fifth on Mays’ double and 
Dusty Rhodes’ triple. Mays’ 
double knocked out loser Saul 
first of three Phila- 
elphia pitchers. 
Joe Margoneri., 
left hander, was rolling 
with a five-hit shutout until the 
seventh when a single by Wil- 
lie Jones and Andy Seminick’s 
sixth homer broke his charm. 
The Phils had won 10 of their 
last 11 going into today’s game. 
PUILADELPRIA NEW YORK 
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There are two league games 
scheduled tonight. The F.B.I 
team can clinch the second- 
half championship with a vic- 
tory over the Printers. In the 
other game Federal Storage 
Jack Pry. Both games 
will be played on the Ellipse 


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Don Arnold defeated Cowboy 
Tom Bradley in twe successive 
falls last night in the feature 
bout of the weekly wrestling 
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In other bouts, Skull Murphy 
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a balding 6 
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won tne 
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by upsetting Richard Fadgen 
in the finals 
Hughes. who was a member 
the water team for 
Uncle Sam in the 1952 Olym 
pics at Helsinki, put on a surg- 
ing finish in the last 25 yards 
of the finals to win in 2:444 

Despite setting an American 
record in the afternoon trials 
Fadgen failed to make the 
U, S. team. The Olympic Swim. 
ming Committee announced 
that its breaststroke-butterfly 
team, limited by the rules to 
three, will be made up of but. 
terfly winner Bill Yorzyk, 
breaststroke winner Hughes 
and butterfly runmnerup Jack 
Nelson 

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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HER ALD 
56 Friday. Auguat 10, 1954 sees 


a. —— 


* Vie Seixas, Ham Richardson Gain Quarterfinals 


Around The Tracks 


Horses and People 


ee —— Se ee ee 


Charles Town Charts 


FIFTH RACE—Charies 


Makes Your Auto 


RACE—From Page 53 Rea Bettest 


Illinois Gets 


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Ine.) Town course. Purse._ 81200. For 


GOSHEN, N. Y.., 


By Walter Haight 


Aug. 89—HAMBLETONIAN CLEAN-UP: 


The Intruder, surprise winner of the famous Goshen classic, 


did not race as a 2-year-old 


¢ 


He suffered a virus attack that 
kept him on the shelf until last June. Since then he has won 

two races and 
a half dozen starts... 
collected only 


was second twice in 
In all. he had 
purse money 


$1530 in 


until he hit Wednesday's jackpot for 


$59,155.15 
$100,603.99 
finishes 
worthy of every 


bold 


grossed 

The Intruder’s two 
proved the brown colt 
dime of the $35,000 


in the race that 


paid for him as a yearling by New 


Jersey's Leonard J 
tne 


on 


it was 
Ned 


Buck 
eve of driver-trainer 


Bower's 33d birthday and on the oc- 


casion of his first 
Hambletonian., 
truder, won 


participation in a 
that his boy, The In- 
Bower came to har- 


ness racing via horseshows and was a 
rider of ability which comes naturally 


Haight 


because his father for years was a 
cavalry captain et Fort Riley, Kan 


Young Bower recalls it wasn't too many years ago that he 
was a groom for trotters and lucky to get 30 bucks a weck. 
His Hambletonian driving and training earned him a sum 


said to have been $6000 and some change .. 
on the race and Intruder’s * 


victory, one wonders if the 
heat system isn't the right 
one to determine a trotting 
champion. Come to think of 
it, our 3yearold running 
champion, most often is the 
thoroughbred who makes the 
bést showing in the triple 
crown, a sort of three-heat af- 
fair . However, in the 
Derby, Preakness, and Bel- 
mont, there’s only the single 
shot. When Brevity stumbled 
at the Derby start; when Hill 
Prince had trouble along the 
rail: when Native Dancer be- 
came hemmed in at the club 
house turn—well, they were 
beaten, and that was that 
But The Intruder had his dif 
ficulties in the first heat at 
Goshen. Bower could not get 
him clear and he wound uy; 
in lith position behind the 
winner Valiant Rodney, a 
$60.30 shot who under the 


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NATS—From Page 53 


Mantle Hits 
No. 39, Yanks 


Romp Again 


another Yankees 
third and made it 
80. In ttie fourth. Skowron 
singled. stole second and 
scored on Howerd's sinale. 

Carey scratched a hit 
Grob then Coleman 
home two more runs 
it 114 

The Nats got a pair of runs 
in their fourth. They filled the 
bases on singles by Jim Lemon 
and Herb Plews and a walk to 
Roig. Lou Befberet, batting for 
Gyb, , in Lemon and 
Plews. 

Berra Walked in the fifth and 
eame home on two singles. The 
Nats matched that run in their) 
half when they filled the bases 
on a single, a hit batsman and 
a walk. Plews’ sacrifice fly 
brought in the run. 

In the sixth, Carey walked, 
stole second and scored on 
Bauer's single. The Nats got 
two in their sixth. Ernie Ora- 
vetz singled, Eddie Yost walked 
and Whitey Herzog filled the 
bases with another single 

Pete Runnels got another 
ene-bagger which brought in 
Oravetz then Yost scored on 
Clint Courtney's sacrifice fly. 

A walk to Berra in the sev- 
enth and Mantle’s homer made 
it 15-5. The final two Washing- 
ton runs came in the eighth on 
three singles and a sacrifice fly 

SIDEBARS—The nine 
finalists in the Miss Wash- 
ington contest were. intro- 
duced at the nine positions 
in the field The Nats 
have been able to win only 
one game from the Yankees 
here and one in New York 
meanwhile, the Griffs 
have dropped 14 to the 
champions, their worst rec- 
ord against any club... to 
day's crowd of 6948 was the 
smallest the Yankees have 
played before an this trip 
this was Kucks’ first victory 
on this road trir . despite 
their six-game losing streak, 
the Yankees go back home 
only a game orse than 
when they left .'. . of Man- 
tie’s 39 homers, 31 of them 
have been from the left side 
of the plate ... Mickey used 
a new bat for. the first time 
when he hit his 39th homer 
... that bat will see plenty 
of work for a while .. . Jim 
Lemon is using a 39-ounce 
bat ordinarily, ball- 
players swing a lighter one 
at about 33 o inces . the 
Red Sox come in for a three- 
game series tonight . 


Mantle got 
rl in the 


off 


to make 


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doubled | 


' 


. Looking back 


single-race system would 
have taken all the marbles. 
But The Intruder came back 
to win the second and third 
heats, making his record “for 
the event 11-11. 


HOWEVER, Helicopter, the 
1953 winner, was li7th in a 
field of 23 trotters in the 
first heat and then took two 
straight, six times since 1948. 
the winner has wrapped it up 
in the first two heats ’ 
Post positions are all impor- 
tant in harness racing and 
for the Hambletonian the 
lineup for the initial heat 
is the result of drawing ; 
However, thereafter the 
horses start according to the 
way they finished in the pre- 
vious heat. The Intruder, for 
whom No. 11 was drawn in 
the first heat, started from 
the same position in the sec- 
ond. But, having won the 
second heat, he was in No. 1 
or the third If three dif- 
ferent horses had won the 
three heats, a fourth heat in- 
volving only the three previ- 
ous winners would have de- 
cided the title. This proce- 
dure was necessary in 1932 
when the Marchioness won 
with a four-heat record of 
]|—-2—4—-1 and again in 1934 
when Lord Jim took the cov- 
eted prize with figures of 
4—1—-2—-1 .. . The heat busi- 
ness has a drawback as 
far as the bettors are con- 
cerned. This was apparent in 
Wednesday's H am bletonian 

' Egyptian Princess, the 
favorite, broke twice in the 
first heat and this was appar- 
ent to the crowd. However, it 
soon became news in the 
pressbox that the filly had 
thrown a shoe and had in- 
jured her right forefoot and 
thus was a doubtful second 
heat starter. But the public, 
for the most part was unin- | 
formed, and s0 Egyptian | 
Princess was the choice in 
both the second and third 
heats. She did her darndest, | 
too, getting in front in the 
stretch both times before giv- 
ing way in the gang-fights 
into the wire. 

WHILE the Hambletonian 
show is conducted by the 
Yonkers Raceway, which 
staged a night program in the 
same 24 hours, the big race 
still is sponsored by the Ham- 
bletonian Society, which had 
the last word as to where and 
when. Heading this group 
is E. Roland Harriman, 
brother of the New York Gov- 
ernor and presidential candi- 

ate. Therefore I was sur- 
prised to find that the village 
of Goshen didn’t have an exit 
sign on the New York Thru- 
way—not even on its one an- 
nual day to shine My 
Hambletonian pick was a 
trotter named Go, who didn't 
have much get-up-and-go. In 
fact, Go probably didn’t know 
which way they went .. 
Like the 500-mile Indianapo- 
lis auto race, I believe every- 
body owes it to himself to 
see at least one Hambletoni- 
an but here's the way I figure 
it: good time, Good Time 
Park; better time, Churchill 
Downs 

And so I'm going to trade 
mountain climbing in the 
Catskills for some sunning on 
the Jersey shore. Nashua 
goes in Saturday's $100,000 
Atlantic City Handicap and 
I'll let you know if he turns 
on the heat If you run 
into Molly Mutuel at Charles 
Town, tell her I took a slow 
boat to China to cover the 
Hongkong Derby. 


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SOUTH ORANGE, N. J., 
Aug. 9 “»—Three 
and one Frenchman gained the 
quarter-finals of the eastern 
grass court championships to- 
day as Vic Seixas and Ham 
Richardson kept U. S. hopes’ 
alive by rallying for 
victories. 

Seixas disposed of Lt. Cliff 
Mayne, Fort Monmouth, N. J., 
46, 6—2, 6—4, and Richard. 
son defeated another Aussie, 
unseeded Roy Emerson, 6—3, 
1—6, 8—6 

Australians Ken’ Rosewall, 
Neale Fraser and Ashley Coop- 
er and France's Paul Remy ad- 
vanced while well- known ! 
Americans defending cham- 
pion Sam‘ Giammalva, Gil 


~ Shea, Herb Flam, Grant Gold 


en and Barry Mackay lost 
the third round. 

Rosewall, the top-seeded for- 
eign player, crushed Flam, 
Beverly Hills, Calif., 6—0, 
Fraser éliminated Giammalva. 
Houston, Tex., 6—2, 6—4, and 
Cooper stopped Golden, Chi- 
cago, 6—2, 

Remy eliminated Shea, Los 
Angeles, 6—2, 6—3, in the 90- 
degree heat at the Orange 2 
Lawn Tennis Club 

Two other Americans gained > 
the quarter-finals when Sid 
Schwartz, Long Beach, N. Y.., 
disposed of Engiand’s Roger 
Becker, 6—1, 6—4, and 
Frost, Monterey, Calif.. ousted ; 
Mackay, Dayton, 6—2. . 
6—1, to complete the round. of 
eight 

In the women’s division. top- 
seeded Louise Brough, Beverly 
Hills, Calif.: and third-seeded 
Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode, 
Forest Hills, N. Y., reached 
the quarter-finals. 

Miss Brough conquered Sally © 

Moore, Bakersfield, Calif., 6—1, 
6—1, and Mrs. Knode whipped 
Diane Wootton, Santa Monica, 
Calif... 60, §—~—I. 
Bloomer, of England. also 
gained with a 6—1, 6—1 tri- 
umph over Lois Felix, Meri- 
den, Conn. 


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Devils Verse (Scurlec 
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$10.00. $5.00: PLACE PIGALLE £3.46 
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held on well to the stretch 


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1 $0 1930. 
3% scheduled to be renewed over 
the same track next year under 
10.20 the direction of Cane’s estate. 


15.60 


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¢ 3. for 1958 and ‘59 with the under- 
5) », Standing it can also be shifted 
to the little Illinois community 
S next year if the widow of Cane 
is In agreement. 


man said 
the directors that if after two 
years, racing conditions in New 
York State were bettered that 
arrangements should be made 
to return the race to Goshen.” 


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l—7 furlongs: $3000; 1:24% 

Midpassage (Boulmetis) 6.20 4.40 3.60 
ep Ren (Batcheiler) 9.20 6.20 
Tee Shirt — um) 4.40 
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Mary Lawler (Ceffari) 69.486 74.08 12.00 
Rattle Talk (Je oape TD 11.20 6.60 
Palse Pride (Ree 4.00 
North Anna. Susper we? Star Joanie 
Randall. Blooming O racorn. Fast 
Brook Jet Seasoned 
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and piaced last 
J DAILY DOUBLE PAID 9786.80 
3—6 furlongs: $3000: 1:14 - 
Cousin Cen (Witeen? 16.40 8.480 6.70 
Mile. Dianne (Culmene) &.40 
Witlamette (Cushaw) 
Geldenca Stir It tle 
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Bluefish ‘Run’ 


Starts on Bay | 


By Don Carpenter 


IT’S BLUEFISH TIME again on the Chesapeake and trol- 


lers should have fun for the next two months. The “run” 
{hat started this week is a good one in numbers but so far 
the size has been small, mostly from 1 to 2 pounds. Best area 
apparently is between Sharps Island and 
Poplar Island along the Eastern Shore of 
the Bay. 
Rod and Reel Club boats at North Beach 
did well trolling for the choppers. One 
boat brought in more than 50 blues weigh- 
ing 1 to 1‘2 pounds, all caught on the Nun- 
gesser No. 0 gold spoon with yellow feather 
Some are also being taken on bucktails 
For best results. use a wire spreader and 
rig it with a gold spoon on one side and 
a bucktail on the other. The spreader is 
better than the “tandem rig” because each 
lure attracts fish to the other lure and 
there are fewer bad tangles than with tandems 
Rig the lures on 3-ft nylon (30-lb test) with 8-inches of No 
6 piano wire just ahead of the bait to prevent bite-offs. Sink- 
ers should weigh about 2 ounces when blues “break” on the 
surface, but 4 to 8 ounces will 
put your lures deeper for 
blind trolling or to get the 
larger fish that are rarely 
caught on the surface 


quired Sinches in Maryland 
waters, then slam them 
against the nearest deck 
White perch are plentiful 
this year, but will they be in 
1957 if this sort of thing con- 
tinues”? 


BLUES ARE — ALSO biting 
on the bottom on fresh-cut 
spot bait. Spin-casters and 
bottom bouncers should cast 
away from the boat and keep 
the bait moving. 

For the past five nights 
fishing has been poor on the 
Wildgrounds but should pick 
up now that the blues are 
covering the upper bay. 
Riues were caught this week 
at No. 31 buoy at Thomas 
Point Some were caught 
far up in the Chester River 
Early morning and late eve- 
ning seem to be the best 
times to troll right now, 


MOST NEARBY rivers, 
streams and ponds are now 
clear enough to fish for bass 
and other fresh water 
species 

Last Sunday, Charlie Gray 
and his wife. Grace Ann, of 
7218 Forest rd.. Kent Village. 
went fishing at Seneca. Md.. 
on the Potomac near Darns 
town. “Cappy.” the Gary's 
fishing beagle, went along to 
boss the job. When the boat 
hit a rock, Cappy flew over- 
boar qd and they rs hin 
out ogether with 
me a size small-mout : - ack 
bass, 5 handsize blue-gills 
and a channel catfish Al but 
Cappy were caught with sp 
ning tackle an Abu 
(Orange DOdy with silver 
spoon) 


YEAR the Chesa- 
loaded with small 
spot or “specks 
Anglers should be glad bde- 
cause these tiny fish will be 
the “jumbos” of next year 

Hundreds of dead specks 
have been noted floating all 
over the bay, particularly be- 
hind fishing boats. Alleged 
sportsmen, angered with 
these nuisances, are bounc- 
ing the bait-stealers off the 
boat or throwing them high 
into the air with disgust. 
This rough treatment is ap- 
parently more than some 
fish can stand. Why not 
think about your sport tomor- 
row? Cuss all you want, then 
put the small fish back gently 
to grow some more. 

The casualty rate among 
undersized white perch is 
also hith. I have seen anglers 
catch them less than the re- 


THIS 
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Norfolk 


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UP AT MATTAPONI 
LAKE, Croom, Md., are bass 
and bluegills. Maryland Fish 
& Game officials recently 
found the lake in almost 
perfect balance. They took 
specimen bass weighing 3% 
to 4 pounds. Elwood Sager, 
who owns the lake has ac- 
commodations for anglers and 
their families at $3 per per- 
son or $5 for mother, father 
and child. 

Milton Gordon, a long- 
District tackle salesman, has 
opened his own store, The 
Fishing Hole, at 307 9th nw. 


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By Peggy Reynolds 
A MODERN Jack-and-the- 
Beanstalk is Bill Armstrong, 
Ambassador Hotel swim- 
ming coach and Swimming 


Events Chair- 


man of the 


1956 Presi- 


dent's Cup 
Regatta 

Bill and the 
Committee 
worked to 
obtain a 
healthy en 
try list for 
the Regatta’s 
Aquatic 
Weekend, 
which starts at 8 p. m. to 
day with diving events at 
Bradlee Towers pool. The 
Swimming event will start at 
tne same hour at the Brook- 
vile Swimming Club. Now. 
the committee is swamped 
with participants. 

We've got entry forms 
stored in every carton and 
box in the office,” said Bill. 
running a handkerchief 
across his broad brow. “And 
the darn things are still 
coming in! I'm not com- 
plaining—we wanted them! 

But imagine, last year we 
had 325 people in all. and 
now weve already had over 
800 entries. And they're still 
coming in 


Reynolds 


DID this come 
For one thing, Bill 
explained, the Regatta this 
year incorporates the WNa- 
tional Junior AAU Women’s 
One-Metre Board Diving 
Championships, and the Na- 
uonal Junior AAU Men's 

iree-Metre Board Diving 
aeenndonall ips. 

The Regatta events were 
included in the Amateur 
Athletic Union's national 
calendar, and the program 
promoted at both AAU and 
conventions, Bill 


HOW 
about” 


being an Olympic 

when interest in ac- 
sports runs high. we 
were naturally affected.” he 
continued. “Besides. a num- 
ber of entries will come here 
directly from Detroit, where 
the Olympic Trials finished 
on Wednesday We're get- 
ing some of the country's 
champions. 
“Local 
‘way up, 


participation is 
too. You know, 


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1956 


-—-— 
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Adetsle heady for Plunge 


Twe sets of twins, Peter and Chris Barnhard, 4 (left) and 
Dale and Dane, 8, practice starts for Saturday's All-Kiddie 
swimming championships. Their parents are the William 
J. Barnhards of 4847 Langtirum lane, Chevy Chase. 

By Charies De] Vecchio. Staff Photographer 


Peter and Chris inspect trophy which will be given 


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all chil- 


dren who complete the Kiddie races. 


we've had a 500 per cent in- 
crease in community swim- 
ming pools during the past 
| year From 28 brand-new 
| pools we're acquiring 16 
local teams.” 


THE CHILDREN’S pro 
gram, too, has been empha- 
sized. About 450 participants 
are pint-sized. ranging. from 
4to 10 years old. The Sixth 
Annual All-Kiddie Cha m- 
pionships will be held at 4 
p. m. tomorrow at the East 
Potomac Park pool. 

While the sub-junior win- 
ners receive medals, each 
youngster who. completes 
one of the 20 races will re- 
ceive a Future Olympic Con- 
testant trophy, a miniature 
of the Olympic statue, sym- 
bolizing good sportsmanship 
and fair play. The statuettes, 
as well as all other aquatic 
trophies, were donated by 
Washington builder Morris 
Cafritz 

Armstrong picked up one 

the shiny statuettes. 
is is a plug.” he ex- 
“for a broad pro 
gram, headed by President 
| Eisenhower's Committee on 
| Fitness of American Youth, 
| to get the new generation 
| away from the television 
| sets, out of the spectator 
stands, and back into the 
swim. 


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Weekend events wih be 
found on page 55. 


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‘Ski’ Covers Multitude of F un| 


By Aubrey Graves 
Outdoors Editor 

A HANDY person to have 
with you on almost any sort 
of outing is Albrecht New 
mann of The Washington Ski 
Club. If you collide with a 
pine tree while schussing 
down a mountain slope, Al, 
who is leader of the Ski 
Patrol and an expert first- 
aider, can fix you up, if any- 
body can. 

If you get caught by the 
rain while sleeping on the 
beach, leave it to Al to find 
a wide tarpaulin in that 
seemingly bottomless station 
wagon of his. In no time at 
all, he'll have it rigged on 
poles extending over the 
back end of his car. 

There he'll cook breakfast 
for a half-dozen of you on a 
single gas burner. And no- 
body, including Al in his foul- 
weather gear, 
wet. 

If you think this is exces- 
sive praise, ask any one of 
the 14 ski-Joes and Jills who 


camped with him last week- . 


end on the club’s Bethany 
Beach (Del.) Bathing Bonan- 
za at Coin Road Recreation 
Center. 


THE SKI CLUBBERS do 
not pine away during sum- 
mertime waiting for win- 
ter's snow. Practically every 
weekend finds them out on 
trips. What 
activities chairman Bob 
Ryan cant dream up, isnt 
worth thinking about. 

So far this season, the 
group has weekended at 
Cape Hatteras, enjoyed a 
square dance, paddied in 
canoes through “grey water” 
and down a portion of the 
C & O Canal. There have 
been water-skiing and swim- 
ming parties at Rehoboth 
and Bethany beaches and on 
Chesapeake Bay. 

Two weeks ago the Ski 
Clubbers and their friends 


will get very ~ 


enjoyed (or endured, as the 
case may be) a camping and | 


around Seneca 


trip 
scaled cliffs, 


Threy 


hiking 
Rocks. 


crouched in cavés and under- |} 
took some genuine spelunk- |{ 


ing in the Allegheny Moun- 
tains. 


ON 
Chesapeake Bay. At high 


THE SCHEDULE for | 
tomorrow is a fishing trip on | 


noon, alongside the dock at | 


Deale, 
board the good ship “Su- 
zette” with Capt. Roxey Nei- 
man at the helm. 

For the Aug. 
end, two days of swimming 
and hiking in 
of Cacapon State Park in the 


Md., 22 members will 


17-18 week- | 


the vicinity | 


cool mountains of West Vir- | 


ginia are in the cards. 
Says a notice in my mail: 
“A buck in 


an envelope | 


mailed to Robert Ryan, 1213 | 


S Buchanan st., Arlington, 
will secure you a place by 


the campfire. For more de- | 


tails, ring up JA. 31415.” 


A THEATER party at Ol- 
ney, Md. where “The Old 
Boy” will be playing, has 
been arcenae for Aug. 24. 

“A likely 
spot for a 
post - theater 
party will be 
ferreted 
out.” Reser- 
vations are 
limited to 20 
couples at 
$2.25 per per- 
son for tick- 
ets. 
Resefrva- 
Graves tion request, 
accompanied hy checks and 
return addresses, must reach 
trip leader Betty Field, 4014 
Lorcom lane, Arlington, by 
Aug. 1 


A BIG “REPEAT” opera- 
tion is planned for the week- 
énd of Aug. 31Sept. 2, 
“back to the uncluttered 
beaches of Cape Hatteras and 
the Carolina Outer Banks, 


By Aubrey Graves, Outdoors Bditer 
Marian Bradford, a Youth Hosteler, is one of many bene- 
ficiaries of that small but wonderful camp stove of Albrecht 
Neumann, the Ski Club’s safety director. 


limited. The first 37. quall- 
fied hopefuls who send $2 to 
Ryan “will reserve a space 
by a window.” 


Ryan) will repeat their com- 
bined operation of last June, 
with an air-conditioned Grey- 
hound bus for transportation. 
Estimated cost will be $25 
for the three days. Reserva- | 
tions for this one will be 


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Broomes Island 


North Beach 


‘Breezy Point Beach, Md. ae 


BREEZY POINT 
BEACH 


Wide Sandy Bathing Beach 
Real Wonderful Swimming 
Netted Bathing Area 
Plaveround Facilities @ Fieats 
Rew Boats @ Fishing Wharf 
Pienie Greve and Tables 
Snack Bar and Bath Heuse 


Ellieti’s Inn Prince Fred. 156-J-1 
FRANCHI'S RESTAURANT Ed Markwards 
& Pizre 8 
Phone Alpine 7-488! 

SOLOMONS We. 

success. Excelient fee m & 
Capt. 
Phene 7101 


Broome’s 
Maman Motel 
BOAT RENTALS 
Good italian & American Food ; Prince Fred. 
FISERMAN'S PARADISE 
foed and equipment. 
Capt. H. Leon Lengley 


For Fine Fishing Island 
Charter Boats 
North Beach, Md. 
Air Conditioned Rooms Bernie's Pr. Fred. 198-W-1 
Fred & Amelia Retechow 
Chicken Caciottora, Spaghetti, Lesogne, ) = Mé. 3 and 306 to River all 
Solomons, Md. 
Let these listed below make 
your fishing trip 9 huge 
Capt. Rodie Langley, Jr. 
Phene 4021 
H. Weedbura 
Rooms & Breakfast 
Phone 43507 


Through Ri Meribore te W Bower's lan 


mi! Fishing Parties—Bar— 

and follew signs 6 miles te Breesy ms 

Point Beach. Md Phene 2631-2666 
Phone Prince Frederick 266-J-1 


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with a bonus expedition to | 


Okracoke Island by ‘beach 
buggy’: thrown in.” 


The two Bobs (Luntey and 


Guests Invited 


ALTHOUGH the .Ski 
Club has more than 500 
dues-paying members 
($4.50 a year), its roster 
is not closed. If you like 
the sound of their out- 
ings, have a potential in- 
terest in skiing, and think 
there is a possibility you 
might like to join, you are 
invited to accompany the 
group on some of its trips. 
For further information, 
contact .Club . President 
Ralph Teunis (Re. 7-0733 
or RE. 7-6671); Vice Pres- 
ident Jewell Blankenship 
(DU. 59061 4); 


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and 
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Furnished Cottages by the Week. 


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° . . | The Washington Post j Sean 1 Hh high; piuneie : | \4 ~ : 
Doubling in Vitro usiness | Colbert Puts 1957 | 
Backlog Foreseen |. —S——2?s*seeest ees | 827 9Gj||Auto Trade at Peak » 


’ . ‘ 
By S. Oliver Goodman B Q) le yok : . Livi a DETROIT, Aug. 9 (#—The auto industry next year may equal. 
d Financial Editor | USINeSS ut oe ee By J. A Livingston nS or surpass record-breaking 1955, L. L. Colbert, president of 
Chrysler Corp., said today. 


Vitro Corp. of America, which is expanding its operations In pte © a | 4 o 
the Washington area, yesterday reported a backlog of $43,528,- Is General Motors Too Big: = saan thek th abens-ae “oak pareare thon: the*company's 1997 model . 


000 in unfilled business as of June 30. : : , 
President J. Carlton Ward said in his semi-annual report to TOO good. for the good of American businessmen who | CHULA UNS MN NEH YE Hes steam than ever before” behind 
That's the ambiguous rating Jackson Mar- | must deal with it and too big for the good | ee ae promotion of Plymouth cars, Aleoa I ps 


shareholders that a new contract with iSindalh. wine, enpencideet ndtae, aaa BOE, RR ts noe 
Atomic Energy Commission, when executed, ’ ; sident of the American In- " h / BLS. Morris , 
will add Soerextmatelly $44 million to Vitro’s stitute of Management, constitutes himself a | of the country,” Martindell, through the..{ its lowest priced line. 


arenas tackien. | , Supreme Court of manager- es American Institute of Management, proposes | | Referring to sales generally < 
The Vitro report showed net profit of $263- & ial competence, gives Gen- “* | a limitation on sales—say 1 per cent of the arns for next year, Colbert said re- . | 
729 or 34 cents a common share for the first ee eral Motors Carp. gross national product, or $4 billion. By that sank devia. aha delieamnnrs uminim 
six months of 1956. This compared with $140,- The company, says Martin- és | standard, G. M. was 200 per cent too big in te “na 
968 or 27 cents a share in the same 1955 : dell, defies the law of di- ‘| 1955, when sales exceeded $12 billion; Stand- are more optimistic about busi- 
arte ~ minishing returns. Long ago ard Oil (N. J.) 50 per cent too big $6.3 billion; ¢ a are ness conditions than any time CC t Lh 
Ward predicted that earnings for the bal- tines degenerative giantism Ford, 40 per cent ($5.6 billion); and U. S. )in the last three years. He en a ibe 
ance of 1956 will show an appreciable in- ~ sateen Ay pple Bingen a Steel just over the line ($4.1 billion): oi ntiosdded as heel aed oasis ; 
crease over the first half of the year. ; 2 ne company 1S QUICK On Ge- a . Having recently come back from the Soviet ] | : rt 
Vitro: Corp. entered the Washington area — cisions, hard on competition, = 6 «| «Union, I can’t help but be influenced in my In First Ha f than 18 million persons have PITTSBURGH, Aug. 9~—The 
in 1950, when it purchased the Kellex Corp. Ward and wonderful to customers judgment by its industrial structure. In the ‘bought new cars in the last Aluminum Co. of America to 
of Silver Spring. and shareholders. — —_- < U. S. S. R. there’s no competition. All autos | | three years and a lot of these day announced a new price of - 
This operation, now known as the Silver Spring Laboratory, “Every yardstick of Livingston are made by one trust; all tractors by an- | Net income of Columbia wil] be potential customers foro, joni » pound for basie~ 
of Vitro, is located at 962 Wayne ave. and employs about 400 scientific management at- other; all machine tools by still another, and ‘Broadcasting System, Inc., for;/new cars in 1957.” wees Heett Pa 
persons. At the time of the acquisition, employment was about tests to the company's skilled operations,” | so on. State-wide operation develops the (the first half of 1956 was $5,308-| Another good indication of Ss Sy Seen - 
150 persons. ‘eirber + ENR eerpses Bo Martindell. Yet, he’s disquieted by “Gen- | economies of mass production and minimizes 990 or 71 cents a share com-'good business ahead, he said, ™orrow. This is one cent a: 
On May 31 ground was brok-) eral Motor’s growing ascendancy in Ameri- | duplication in research, engineering and ad- |pared with $6,327,672 and 87\“is the steady demand for used pound higher, or slightly more - 
en for a new $1.5 million fa-| Cap, Airlines’ Gross ca’s productive machine.’ ministrative staffs. jcents a share in the correspond- cars and the firmness of used'than 4 per cent. : 
cility to be located at the north- Martindell raises an important question. As the Soviet Union becomes more powerful |ing period of 1955. ‘car prices.” "Ateee gold te eet Gee 
west corner of Georgia ave.and) Rises in Six Months When does “big business become too big?” industrially in the years ahead, American | The 1956 figures reflect the| Colbert said the forces for alley grodes of AB ome maneesl 
its intersection with the pro- Capital Airlines of Wash- | ow corporations will have to compete in world decision announced July 11 to/ big, solid prosperity for Chrys ang for mill products also are - 
posed Connecticut ave. exten-| | P ‘ rn" , , IT’S A question that legislators, econo- | markets with these giant Russian trusts. Yet, igiscontinue the manufacture ler in the next six, eight or nine being increased in varying 
sion. Completion of the new ington reported operating mists, and social analysts must face—and Martindell would repress the very companies ‘and salé of radio and television| months “so far outweigh all the amounts, depending upon com- 
research laboratory is expected; revenues of $28,157,084 for | answer intelligently, scientifically, objective- | best qualified to compete, the companies [receivers by the CBS-Columbia|things that might possibly pull:position, form and degree of 
in April, 1957. This Vitro unit) the six months. ended June | ly. But Martindell’s not the man to answer | Which have most successfully mastered large- ‘division. The results are after us back that it just does not. fabrication. 
specializes in the field of) 39 against $23,955,943 in the | it. He's too tendentious. He “dooms” G. M. scale production. Does Martindell want to deducting the operating losses make sense for us to prepare} The higher prices, Alcoa - 
guided missiles and wunder-| same 1955 period, with too much praise and insufficient analy- | kick the Yankees out of the American League | 4¢ tne qivision in the respective for anything except more op- said, follow the granting of . 
water ordnance. Due to extraordinary costs sis and objectivity. G. M. has proved, argues | because they win too often? Would that im- periods. ° portunity in 1957 than in 1956.” wage increases and other em--- 
Vitro Corp. also owns the involved in integrating the Martindell, “what skilled management [does] prove baseball? Consolidated abt. teveent ‘ployment benefits to hourly- ; 
Thieblot Aircraft Co. of Be- new Viscount fleet, the air- with bigness. It [harnesses] the ever-growing . cos - d sal : f the System reached Interlocking Gets Nod ‘paid employes amounting to- 
thesda, Md., and Martinsburg,’ jine showed a net loss of | pyramid of wealth to corner more and more MARTINDELL would hamper the strong | - ° > rr pay fe h of $174-| The Civil Aeronautics Board about 9 per cent in the first 
W. Va. In 1955, Vitro bought ¢1 609.811 during the period. | of the ideas, talent, technological improve- | to help the small. In the case of Studebaker- ay eee Se Ms 149 has approved Gen: Robert J.\Yea" of the new three-year 
a 47 per cent minority interest This compared with a net | ments and market available. It [provides] | Packard, the Federal Government. used an- ’ compared w . $ ‘le wnte 4 Sacliatiee’ gubeiiinns labor contracts. : 
in Thieblot and recently the profit of $3,465,499 in the first | more research to add to the increasing spiral | other method. It came to the company’s aid 995,695 in the six months ende " ass he | he ona 
remaining 57 per cent stock six months of 1955 when non- | of assets. It (gains) contacts and privileges, | with defense orders. That, at least, doesn’t June 30, 1955. ship as a member of the boar : : 
interest was acquired from recurring capital gains were | even innocently, which enhance further its | penalize success. ___ Other earnings reports follow|of directors of Continental Air Steel Prices Raised 
Armand J. Thieblot and others.; peing realized from sale of | position. Its expanding wealth enables it to The stated purposes of the American Insti- (for six months ended June 30 Lines and president of " 
The latter deal was through aircraft enlarge its advertising and promotion to at- | tute of Management in rating managements ‘unless otherwise stated): | Airways. A director of Conti- By Two Companies 
the exchange of 51,000 Vitro tract more and’ more of the public. | are two: | Amertean Lacndry Mochiae Co: nental since April, 1955, Smith PITTSHURGH. Au » 
common shares for 204,000 “In an industry which has conditioned the ® To help improve management of Ameri- |%¢t,income ... $802,623 ids. 769| Was elected president of Slick Aiieehany Ladin ‘etaae Com. = 
Thieblot shares. Vitro stock, public to more alluring curves in each new | can corporations. * Riglow-Ssinterd Carpet Ce.: “*\Tast June. Sodas nied ‘ae petene 3 ool 
traded over-the-counter, is CUf-'strernoon of the renovated year’s.fenders ,the multi-milliondollar dies | -¢ To provide investors with an objective A%pare  P3 #4) E l |products “to compare with the. 
rently quoted at $21.50 bid. C. C. Hubbard Memorial Lab- t© satisfy these whims can crush the small | basis for making investment decisions. stot mans COM: sen 0c tah ts GE Gets Alcoa Order | competition.” 
. :, oratory. The reunion will end Producer... Thus where Marmon and Is not the recommendation to curb G. M, |A Mare. 1.08 9' LYNN, Mas. (®—The Alumi-- While Jones -&. Laughlin 
Peoples Drug Sales Up \on sunday. General chairman Stearns-Knight may have succumbed to mah- | a direct denial of Martindell’s stated pur- |1ei income $4,853,069  $3,788,257)num Co. of America has or- Corp. the No. 4 producer, made 
July sales of Peoples Drug js Milton H. Ehrenreich of Be- *S¢Tial lapses or faulty valves in the ‘20s, | poses? se  Carties wright ©ers 3 : dered three 12,500 kilowatt/no formal announcement, cus 
Stores, Inc., totaled $4,814,392,' thesda, president of the Mid-At- °™€ Surmises that bigness is partly responsi- P. S—A checkup at G. M. indicates that Y*i, income ... $20,452,125 $15,069.85) steam turbine-generator units tomers were notified of price 


hare... 2 . ' ‘am 9 
ble for the slow strangling of Hudson and none of its officers is a member of the Amer- | orecthte Steet Co. of erotics oi. ars from General Electric Co.'s increases. A company spokes- 


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an increase of $45,499 or 1 per ic NV C . 
a meaty Seep Studebaker today.” ican Institute of Management. Perhaps that |A°sur 3.43 Medium steam turbine, genera- man said they were “generally 


cent over the same 1955 period. — 

“ . ‘ , ' : | General Antiine Film Cere.: tor and gear department here * sas 

Sal st seven months cos is one of the company’s managerial derelic- wer": "626.000 $1.744.000 P . the same” as the competition. 
ales for the fir Cooperative’s Growth — lA share ‘ek 39 2.19\ for installation in Alcoa’s new - 


ny ree esttee or &? Se eal The history and | growth of IN CONCLUDING that G. M. is “too big tions, " | seat Sregene $17 307.000 . $45 million alumina plant at : 
over the corresponding period ®chdale of Virginia, an area) — |  Sthavailabie owine to merger with) POint Comfort, Tex. Foreign Exchange 
last year. aes cooperative, is out ) fe a Ex loration Co.: | . NEW YORK, Aug. #—forcign Uxchanges 
Treasurer H. ‘J. Althouse ined in the summer issue of P bh Hi d ° wet income sf. igs $6933.02, Dow Chemical Plant utes fellow: Conadion delleer in Sew” = 
noted that the chain operated the Journal of Retaliing, yet ro e inte American toe ~ | Michlesn,’ Gas Uiuities Ce, for 12) Dow Chemical Co, will con- eo 101.80% United States’ off. /a4 ws 
terly publication of New York \Net income. “s893,033 struct a plant near Lee Hall, ttt _, Seat Briteie (pound) $2.185/18, off - 


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162 stores in July, against 157 a University’s School of Retail- 1/32 of 4 cont. 


#413639 
; : SS ’ . 1.41 Va. to make zefran, a new syn- 
5 toast ing. Author is Dwight Gentry, On Depletion Associated Prese ; (108) Wigh Low Cisse Chg. wet income #17.826,090 616.081.9000 thetic textile fiber which can 

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’ * af associate professor marketing otal sales, 1,290,000 shares; sesai 32 51% S82 S%+1 |” Pnited Aircraft Corp-: be dyed in a wide color range. 
SEC Plans Revision at the University of Maryland. ‘year ago, 630,910. Mich 78 ~ = me Bile awe $20,550,253 $15.308.7™)/ It will be built on a 600-acre SPECIAL PURCHASE 
The Securities and Exchange He tells how Rochdale of Vir- Z OWaiIt_ces | bi ees ; se 18% wecierican Chain # Cable Cos. | plant. Completion is expected 
Commission yesterday called ginia started with annual sales (100) High Lew Cilese Chg. 2415-16 15-16 1 5-16 A share... ' 66 2.41, in about 18 months. from Standard Brands, Westing- 
for comments by Oct. 31 on @ of $500,000 in 1946 and now ex. Associaied Press Kenai , ements Wt ie te te. (Net incomes. eoaSicday 9367619) 0 a on eee oy eee 
preven a rule te pe age ban . ceeds $3 million annually. Sen. Jamés E. Murray ©- pa ~ 2 Wie Wie We...) Gremmsn ‘Aireraft Engineering Corn’ Equitable Life Peak S erincia< ie aie all 
i i i 7 " - ael4 c : : . . : ; ; c 
investment commanies in sales Not Mont.) said yesterday he “has Ajax Pet . : 31 5 «64% «24 15-16-+1-16 PS 1.86 2% The Equitable Life Assuranc furniture of every description: 
Notes 0 yg S0ciety of the United States\] pecis tables, chairs, File Cab- 
..|Peached a new peak in sales inf inets, Lockers, Safes and Book- 


literature. The [suggested re- m ' . asia in mind” ordering a new in-/4 % 4%... cn — . Net income - $827,707 $1,210.17 
visions would ré@quire, among) “teps toward easing the par ’ ; iN . . “dings ne | . 
other things, that charts and ing problem are outlined in a quiry by a Senate Interior. sub » ag iD, tha , | ' st Ss Ce, 12 months ended the first half of 1956. New ordi-}} cases. 


? 
- ; , ie | i 6+1- 30: | insurance sales totaled : 
three elements involved in in- the Chamber of Commerce of depletion allowances on the ease a a Cheek ' sy iy . A share 5.14 3.70, $831,198,555, a gain of 14.1 per P 9 
. Ww o ? Henolulu O11 Corp. : 
ia Mi “96061477 o4.1945s1:,CeMt over the comparative 


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vestment compan rform- the United States. Available er 3O\« V ie Ye Net income .... : - . ve te 
pany pe production of oil and other ; s4— WA th “63 i.65| period of 1955. Ordinary insur- 75 % 


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Saabuind lanéene’ enatien oided al yr TD yy beams a i : Bigs arte en 84398. $4.803.000 ance in force totaled $11,445,- Free Delivery and Parking 
: : Aides to the Senator, who jess ts i Park Mie .. the aE et 2.28/ 912,726 on June 30. Group sales|] Also visible File Equipment in }. 
? a@-% ; 
or depre ” ' 14m they did not know whether tis! h tg Wiseonsin etrle Power Ce. . 
re Approach” . . « “s new guide’ cant he had’ definitely Ge me) @ oe oe t June 30; 55.994 149 Of Such coverage to $14,475,804,- Manhattan Office Equip. Co, 
book for the arbitrator, con- he ‘ Ve\Meclear Am at A shar "Sa 344. 639 New York Ave. N.W. 
Senator is out of Washington. atiss Cp wt 43 ‘vee % Oceanic Oil % 2e— % June 30: ‘ a 
In a prepared statement re- Mis Pwd Ake 1@—e— % Ogden Corp ee 18%e— % Net income ....610,062.046 °00.687, 608 Auto Output Dips PP SSRRSSSSS SEES ESSERE ES 
expected to attend the 26th an- been published by Bureau of ,..2.4 by his office Murray Sailer ? 1s%— % i BL see & 
nual reunion of the National In- National Affairs, 1251 24th st... tre ‘depleti a Ra Sen’ levee’ 87 1 _— ie ! 
said a 272 per cent depletion | 16 3% 3 15-18-+1-18 . ta ., {Ohte): ooo Output in the United States this 
% i te— % " $13,450,544 $10,173, 
, Prkbg Act .25t i Fucem Ve. Automotive News ‘said today. 
will be held at the Shoreham for $3.50 a copy ... Printer’s capital.” The depletion rate pit",,e% - & : 3251p 2a 2 18-41-18 ep ae 1 This would compare with pat 
Hotel and at the Institute’s Ink estimates that presidential) ¢,.- other minerals varies from 01 ee tet ete leon nae eeng, Pineswole Con Ul eok’s 111,152 car assemblies. Notice of Availability of 
1100 7 
oe Earnings Statement 
be the dedication Saturday space and time. the allowable percentage deple- ee oe a ee Wet income ... 363 -6245.06}/ Sared with 20,721 last week. It! 
tion for specific minerals is too Ss «= 0722.199| Said General Motors alone will 
° oO. orr7.s0t $1,695,000 week. Other makers are taper-|{ 1933, as amended, and pur- 
N y k B d P domestic production has. not; ) 44 95! ing off or have closed down for|+ suant to the provisions of its 
ew or on rices ‘been adequately studied.” - 
3 amp 1% 18 18% C Pet Sa— % Met income $533.000 8421.000 
Associated Press 7 900. High Low “Giese % 45-164 1-46-+1-16 Ser, Su 1? A share - 1.10 4 dated May 23, 1955, Potomac 
. . Ce. / 
MerrCass 3% 8 Ws % y “ 776. $3.415.387'Co. h rd 
(000) High Lew Close Chg. ‘ = el | 1% 19% 1% L income ©. has awarded a contract to/¢ 
= = 8 oo ne wok. Arbitration on We 17% * Sitional Cylinder Gas Ce. *™\Foster Wheeler Corp. for the|‘ its security holders an earn- 
87% 67%+ % G ] A li e: income $4,703.53 
18s 108 — fe enera nite Oo te Sie wet income 
'c 119% 118% 118+  ; 80 6 monia plant ‘ . , 
Ie. janes’! BERN, Switzerland, Aug. 9 ® fi 1a 2M Mt We” Slane Conisiner € | plant at the Texas Co. re-|4 June 30, 1956. Copies of such 
4 S44+ % The Swiss government demand- tii 


distribution et val - " 
and asset value re--ment at 40 cents a copy. Ask - $5,001 000 85,163.000'in the six months amounted to} Sreel end Wood. All Sizes. 
: , Are fub A 1 ok 
Drycleaners Reunion tract administrator, and union The . Sive+ Ve Reskeer ie & > 3 try Rand Corp, quarter ended) 
116%+1% A she 
1%e— . . 
stitute of Drycleaning Alumni nw. Called Management Rights a) ,wance for oil “has enabled Panceast Pet 138 te— Ve Net inc . Potomac Electric 
headquarters in Silver Spring. campaign advertising will total 5 to 93 per cent. % i— % Net income | (682,047 $1.360.038 The trade paper said truck out- 
* With reference to Section 
jhigh or too low for the purpose 
Net income , $2.032.350 $1,317,202 the switchover to 1957 model ¢ Common Stock and Bond 
| ‘ Seu Pet 98 | 
Chg. we Sdn Ati Of} «=. «41: 8 19-188 9-188 9-18 Lear, Ine. . 
Total sales, $3,590,000; year (civ is2ea0 1 65% 65% 65% Su iss Demand ~~ a ee Eh iow ce 2 § Hi% Wis ine 1.017.044 1876.95, Lexas Co. Contract \¢ Electric Power Company has 
; a ae ; ; 
oie 15% We 18s §; $7.206.303 design, engineering and con-|, ings statement covering the 
> MY We Cea Explor 746-16 47-16 
1258 H% 83% | . 
ave S4— We Net income ... $759,477  8758.858 finery at Lockport, Il. This) ¢ earnings statement will 
177% 127%— % NYORW 4555 me Bet - ed today that its dispute with s ’ -. ; we 
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i “ : . ‘« heads the full committee, said)4 “es 4 sing | eet income ) 
flecting unrealized appreciation for Parking—A Businessman's Aa: «6G 1 33% | ‘ , aioe $282,712,011, bringing the total 
cided to order the study. Are € , 
Nearly. 400 drycleaners are or management attorney has 
re . ees 
“combined edrnings of predecessor! DETROIT (#—Passenger car 
. ~ W ‘Per share 271 207,week will total 107,731 units 
Society, starting today. Events and Arbitration Process, it sells .5) , oie oe on sl eens atic Tool , 
: perators to accumulate vast . 
Net income $4.927.164 Power Company 
Md. One of the highlights will more than $100 million in paid Murray said that “ ‘hether oe neral Box Ce. / /put will total 19,717 units com- 
s " ‘ 
} show a production increase this ¢ !1 (a) of the Securities Act of 
of bringing out maximum)! cs 
; A share 
Wet Wo) weiter Kidde & Co. cars. ‘underwriting agreements 
ago, $3,041,000. LeckhAir 3.75908 232 187% 106% 1067+ % a). a oe *|NEW YORK (#—The Texas|{ — 4, generally available to 
5 t's i 
iin Preeress Manstoctorint;* se7g.gin Struction Of a synthetic am-|* twelve month period ended 
“a 
6 plant, which will have a capac-|' 
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A share 
} sna hg $20-186.798 #19.218,579/ity of 180 tons of ammonia)» furnished upon request. 

+ 2A 2. *3"\daily, is scheduled for comple- POTOMAC ELECTRIC 
RP gger $18,903,772 | ton in 1957. POWER COMPANY 
neome.... (626,090 8i.144.000 ig : By: CHAS. L. CARR 

: ~ tor 28 wetks| Dividend Actions Comptroller. 


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each (2 ee O44 4448S SSS SSS GO 


te Nor? = 387047 7% 1 + % the United States over General ¢ 


16 100% 164% 104% —‘e 33 : { 
19118 189% 189te— a Aniline and Film Corp. should, 


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Associated Press ? B48 bg ° ad ... 2 ° agitnad Pm SS Sa. Ciese ME) 
Total sales, 2,550,000 shares; | *» e = He a wm % va 
previous day, 2,480,000; year a a3 on 7% sd 
ago, 1,621,280; two years a£°, ee S (Ff | ind Ou Penh cma pte: eT 0 6 + 4 Ua Ae . i et 
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088; 1954 to date, 317,899,731. NEW YORK, Aug 9 p—Rails were ihe ; There was nothing in the London ene Oe atag or ge 1 15te 15Y ve Unit Carbon 2 (es « & - #81 sag of advertising spojects. time was contri uted 
heroes and metals the villains of today’s | for copper or the domestic copper uture (Patine Min ‘ ia tMe— Vode Cig We te : ie ite Mem We last yOar o nationa : : 
stock market rise, the third straight this. prices to account for their decline. Some feet .. oe ¥ ™ we ee,” a Bo on oa < This was donated by, newspaper and magazine publishers, 
Dow-Jones Stocks week. Wall ‘Street observers felt that disappoint- |pep eat pfs 2 3 BH” wutn ct 1 £8 Bo radio and TV networks, individ: 
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wew YORK, Aug. 9 The market was higher from the start and ment over the earnings of ¢ et “or rent yt 18 a - = _ = Lf 8 ¥ + a } pte ual brovend tran stavation 8d dent of the council, said & 
Geen ge kee SM met | looked as if it were really going places tate . which fell 3% points, might have CN \sesin 7 pf 119027" ¥ x, outdoor an rans , . , 
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90 inds 519.09 $73.24 917.19 519-04 mh in the afternoon when the carriers and contagious. Penne Dit «(18 6 0% 0% 1 % Ue Gas * ? 1a vertising companies in behalf major campaign this er é will 
va rails 168.63 17424 168.32 170.08 +18 sclected issue ted Curtiss- Wright's advance followed news of \Pese Yer 35 $° 1%, By Bee Ye Unit ind te 30r O te Se of 43 national welfare projects be the “Vote & Register drive, 
15 stils 99 «(71.15 068 78 6 6.14 . ~ ' a a tec! hich had the long awaited defense contract for its new penn Tex pee ae 2% 2 Unit “aM yo sd + a such as cancer polio and heart conducted by the American 
ths 183.68 104.94 182.66 143.67 +0. ut in the final hour, © eels, which he her: ; Pre Penney 1C 38 | su! (8 " +! - ’ By ; 
0 eee tions in stocks aed in averages te Deen © saved earlier turned definitely down. fnancial protege, Studebaker-Packard which, Pesersad a ee es Sh For S$ 2.400 w% 3% h- fund drives. Heritage Fou dation, to bring 
ac e 704 en ras atl | ‘ . 1 1 0s 71 N 
_ gee. indestriats, 799,900; _raiirests, 08,20; ward. Coppers and other metals dipped | after a small early rise, closed unchanged = Pwhit 2.48 UB ay mn Radel "ae : bsg n ot Public service ads were car out a record vote in the NO 
wislities, 41,208; tetal, 416,406. euddenly Santa Fe was the bellwether among rails, Pa ar 7 re pee 28 Ms oS Melt 1.28 i" mW ms ass \* ee in places ote port ~ M6 53 elections. sign sia 
ie. daily ‘ -anci Ini Aj : ? 1. 1 61 {ve US Hoff “ie i 4“ conimercial advertisers, such a e newest ¢ : ) 
Rails: remained turdily ahead but amons advancing 2 points. United Aircraft Sonth a 2 ee . 198 a TY us induct = 1m 17% 17% con'the front pages of news being aeveloped, will be con- 
a 190) Wigh Lew Clese CM the major divisions they were practically 3% a ie toll Its higher reome ty aoe = Pepsi Cola 12 “a n 7% 71%+ wis ind pt y - nA » A tno > papers and in house magazines ducted for Financial Aid to 
—A— alone wilted %s following ite earnings deciine, after \Petret Cp 20 1 10% 1% Wet Lines 1. . wm oe ; p80 , 
‘ ' hohe : Us Pipedt 1,288 mw 3% 37 m+ “ tions, the ‘ducati «=» aor ned to it 
L 1s ‘1 4% (me at =| The Associated Press average of 60 stocks being down around 2 points. Alcoa picked renee se a pm on bus ailus pir, 06 ‘ ai 7% sTte+ Ve 3 a aa = i. BY, Seat he ioe 
aac Vene = oi ime lze— | rose 40 cents to $190.50 with the adustrials up atter its labor settlement Chrysler gained (priser 94 ries 190 108 108 US Piywd 20 3 a (4 a +% ouncil reporn orm the public & 
ie ‘wre 5 is 2 hanged he rails up $1.30 and the utilities | 1 9s its president predicted an upturn in ae 1sse | a2 Oa Oe a US Reb 2 28 Sze Site SI Welfare campaigns Werk also creased load which colleges and 
ewe Sti 1.800 y 35% 38% Ise unchanged, the er aay ' t yea rhita ef 1.98 40% 40% ug Rob pf 8 Ie 2 Wie 2 +1. brought to public attention universities will have to bear 
: : unchanged. Volume Wa» the best since June auto sales next year ph et pte.ce 2300 106v2 18S 1o%e+ %4)US Smelt Je 1 4% % Het & id f de- fut 
Admiral tg 1s iv im my 8 with a turnovel of 2,530,000 shares com: In the Américan Stock Exchange prices |p 8 EM 7 1. ate wh WM Smelt ee tive arp sve m nronet ees and, me ys hn nm Te rene unee sdvertising 
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HECHT CO. 3 GREAT STORES FOR YOUTH 


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YOUNGLAND COTTONS PROVINCIAL COTTON PRINTS 


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TODAY AND TOMORROW! LAST CALL TO SAVE ON FAMOUS CHILDREN’S FOOTWEAR: 


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650 Babies’, sizes 3-6 

7.50 infants’, sizés 642-3 

850 Children’s, sizes 845-12 
950 Girls’, Youth's, sizes 1212-3 
7.95 Teens’, Loafers, sizes 4-9 
995 Teens’ Shoes, sizes 4-9 
10.95 Teens’ Shoes, sizes 4-9 
10.95 Boys" Shoes, sizes 3¥2-< 


Children's Shoes, Second Fleer, Washington & Siew Spring: 
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