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Sectional 
Row Flares 


Over Plank 
On Rights 


Southerners Hint 


Mutiny Against 
Any Strong Wording 
In Party Platform 
By Robert C. Albright 


Ria Reporter 

CHICAGO, Aug. 10—The 
North-South flames over a 
civil rights plank in the! 
Democratic platform blazed) 
white-hot today on the heels 
of uncompromising state-| 
ments on both sides of the! 
issue before the Democratic 
resolutions committee. 

A parade of liberal witnesses 
told the 118member platform 
group the party had better af- 
the Su 
integra- 


New York's 
firm unequivocally 


preme Court's schoo! Truman says he will name hi 


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Truman 


Believed for 


Harriman 


rom, \eeadihaay’ tens 


Stevenson's Men 
Think They Can 
Win Without Aid 
Of Ex-President 


By Edward T. Folliard 
Staff Reporter 
CHICAGO, Aug. 10 
There is a widespread im- 
pression here tonight that 
former President Harry §. 


‘Truman leans toward Gov. 


‘Averell 


Harriman of New) 


‘York for the Democratic 


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Associa'ted Press 


Gov. Averell Harriman, right, visited former 
President Harry Truman yesterday in an effort te win ap- 
proval for Harriman's presidential ambitions, 


The cagey 
s choice today. 


tion decision now that it has 
been “challenged.” 


George Meany. president” of Surprise Slap at Congress 


the AFL-CIO, was applauded 
loudiy when he advised the 
committee to meet the issue 
“head on.” 

But Gov. George Bell Tim- 
merman of South Carolina, 
leading witness for the South 
ern right-wing, warned the 
platform draftsmen that the synited 
party will go down to defeat if President Eisenhower vetoed 
it so much as mentions the the $1.6-billion Rivers and Har- 
bors bill yesterday in a sur- 
prise action 

The President charged that 
of Southerners, the lawmakers had acted on 
who have heen comparatively “incomplete information” in 

let the sizzlin iss e *Pproving some of the 99 pro)- 
bie Pte « —_— ects and 14 river basin im. 
promptly backed Timmerman’s provements authorized by the 
warning politically-potent measure. 

Former Gov. John S. Battle He said Congress had failed 
py in. St to get a review from the Army 
o irgin a evenson sup- Engineers or an opinion from 
porter, told reporters specific the states involved in 32 of 
mention of the court decision the projects. These would have 
“will smash the party.” cost more than $530 million. 

“God knows we don’t want .0¢ President said also that 


court ruling in its civil rights 
plank 


A number 


on 


to get out of the Democratic 
Party, but if they throw this 
Supreme Court thing down our 
throats, you can kiss us good 
bye,” Battle said 

Sen. Sam Ervin Jr. of North 
Carolina, similarly said the 
Democrats may lose “several 
Southern states” if’ they spe- 
cifically mention the Supreme | 
Court ruling 

One Democratic veteran 
who has been helping his 
party write platforms for a 
long time, listened to the hot 
words on both sides of the 
traditional rift, and then turn 
ed philosopher. 

“All these words (flying 
around here like brickbats are 
onl for the record,” he said 

When everything's been said. 
the Democrats will do what 
they usually do—work out f 
their differences.” 

Some of the platform 
makers, however, were more 
jittery about the prospect of a 
compromise tonight than they 


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Cannot Talk Without Pain From Shingles 


Ike Vetoes $1.6-Billion | 
River and Harbor Bill | 


By Patricia Wiggins 


former 
'‘Chieago Thursday determined) 
'to indorse Harriman. They said’ 
ithey had been trying to talk 
him out of it, 


tional 
at giving the New Yorker the 
nomination. 


presidential nomination. | 


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Whether he will declare for) 


Harriman may be known at 
(3:30 p. m. Saturday, when Mr.! 
‘Truman has promised to an-' 
nounce his choice. 

Of course, he could favor, 
Harriman and still not declare! 
for him, on the theory that 
next week's Democratic Na- 
Convention would balk) 


High-placed Democrats, ir 


cluding a former member of 


the Truman Cabinet, said the 
President arrived in! 


arguing that he! 


might “wreck” the party's 


aa in November 


Mr. Truman himself contin- 


‘ued to keep Chicago guessing, 


Press 

too. little local 

was provided for 
Congress usually is liberal in 

approving such projects in an 

election year in hopes that ® 


participation 


they may improve the election to 


chances of members. 

Not since 1940, when Frank- 
lin D. Roosevelt did so, has a 
Chief Executive vetoed a Riv- 
ers and Harbors Bill in a simi- 
lar situation 

Mr. Eisenhower apparently 
was aware that his action was 
somewhat unusual. Before the 
veto was announced the White 
House notified all members of 
the House whose districts had 


| projects in the bill that he had 


decided not to sign it. 

The President noted that the 
bill only authorized projects 
for which the next Congress 
would have to supply the funds. 
Thus, he said, the veto need 
cause no delay in starting 


7 many worthwhile projects. 


The President's action drew 
a mixed reaction. 

Rep. James T. Patterson (R- 
Conn.) blamed the House Pub- 
lic Works Committe for delay- 
ing action on the measure and 
then reporting out a bill “so 
badly prepared that the Presi- 


a dent was forced to veto it.” 


Rep. Frank J. Becker (R- 
N. Y.) said the veto was “a tre- 
mendous disappointment to 
me, for it represents a post- 
ponement of work that is di- 
rectly needed along the shore- 
line of New York.” 

Chairman Dennis Chavez (D- 
N. M.) of the Senate Publie —— 
Works Committee said he was 
“very sorry” Mr. Eisenhower' 


had rejected the bill. 


Tydings Recovered, Then 
Relapse, Political Adviser 


Livie disclosed that Tydings 

ata Reporter two weeks ago had pepe Fo 

. covered from the shingles, 

tg ee oe which struck him shortly after 

ts seat he lost in 1950. has his primary victory in May 

run into a greater obstacle /hen he suffered a setback, 

than Sen. John Marshal! But- Livie 
ler. 

That obstacle is shingles, an 
ailment which has made it im- 
possible for him to talk with- 
out extreme pain. his eye. 

R. Bruce Livie, a close poli- “As anyone knows who has 
tical adviser and Tydings’ pri- had them,” Livie said, * ‘shingles, 
mary campaign manager, yes can be excruciatingly painful.” 
terday explained that the in-. He said any prolonged con- 
ability to talk without pain was versations caused Tydings to 
the reason Tydings has gone in- suffer as though from a severe 
to seclusion at his Havre de toothache. Because of this, 
Grace estate and refused to Livie said, Tydings’ family and 
take telephone calls or receive doctors have sought as much 
visitors. as possible to keep the candi- 

This action sparked rumors date from talking either in per- 
that Tydings bene withdraw son or A telephone. 
from the senatorial race. |. “He not only has been get-. 


By Frank R. Kent Jr 


after “doing too much,” 
explained. 

The attack of shingles, Livie 
said, runs along his face from 
the right jaw, where a tooth 
infection lay, to a point above 


Suffered 


Reveals 


ting local calls, but calls from 
all over the country,” Livie! 
said. “You can imagine what it’ 
would be like for him to take 
them himself, and if he taked 
one he would have to take 
them all. I atm answering 15 to 
20 calls a day.” 

For Tydings to recover, Livie 
said, complete rest and quiet | 


will be necessary. Organically) 


Tydings is in excellent health, 
Livie declared. Livie said he! 
“thought Tydings would be in 
shape to talk with the press 
shortly after the National Con-) 
vention, and to start his cam- 


ould The affliction, 
2 disappear a 
nigh 


Nir 1 though 
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first te 
rey Page 


land seemed to 
himself hugely. 


be enjoying 


Harriman is far, far away New Look Ori 


from the 688% needed for the 


nomination. | 

Supporters of Adlai Steven- 

n- who has most of the 
pledged delegates, found it hard 
believe that Mr. Truman 
would come out for Harriman,’ 
although they agreed that he| 
might favor Harriman. They | 
argued that the former Presi- 
dent was too good a party man 
to throw the convention into 
an uproar. Still, they evidently 


Larry G. 


ways. At the right is the old 


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District Streets 


Monroe, paint shop foreman, is shown as he 
changes bus signs from Capital Transit to D. C. Transit, 
name of the new operating firm. The change includes ad- 
dition of the line “An Affiliate of Trans Caribbean Alir- 


designation soon to disappear 


from D. C. ‘streets. (Related Stories on Page 17.) 


Dulles’ Invitation Rejected 


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were impressed by the talk 
that “Honest Ave” was Mr 
Truman's man 
The Stevenson people, led 7. 
Adiai himself, appeared to 
getting ready to cushion pa 
shock if the Truman announce- 
ment should not go their way. 
Stevenson, interviewed on 
his way to his headquarters in 
‘the Conrad Hilton Hotel, was) Democratic Party leaders 
asked whether he believed he agreed to come to a Washing- 
could win even if Mr. Truman ton conference on the Suez 
is not for him. 
“My. I don’t know.” he said. from the State Department to 
“T am not familiar with all this the White House. 
calculation of delegates. I'm| This wag_reported from Chi. 
not too well informed. But | cago yesterday as party leaders 
think so.’ prepared to fly here on a spe 
He then moved off to his cial Air Force plane sent by 
$150-a-<lay Royal Skyway suite. the White House. The plane 
He was accompanied by his sis- will fly them back to the Demo- 
ter, Elizabeth ives, and several cratic National Con vention 
aides. after the meeting at noon with 
Jacob M. Arvey, Tilinois Na- President Eisenhower and 
tional Committeeman, beganiother Administration officials. 
saying early in the morning Secretary of State John Fos- 
that Stevensor could win inter Dulles originally had tele. 
spite of Mr. Truman phoned or sent telegrams to 
“I gravely doubt that an in- the various Democratic Sena- 


See DEMOCRATS, Pg. 2, Col. 1 tors and Representatives ask- 


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crisis only after it was moved, 


ing them to meet with him at 
the State Department. The tele- 
grams cited “the gravity of 
Suez situation and upcoming 
London Conference” and said 
Dulles would appreciate their 
attendance “if at all possible,” 

despite “difficulties of last min- 
ute change your schedule.” 

The invitees conferred with 
their leaders, House Speaker 
Sam Rayburn and Senate Ma- 
jority Leader -Lyndon Johnson 
The verdict was not to make 
the trip to confer only with 
Dulles. One Official said that 
similar earlier conferences 
with Dulles had not been worth 
trips to Washington. 

Word of this reached the 
White House. Presidential As- 
sistant I. Jack Martin then tele-' 
/phoned to tell the Senators and 
House members that the Presi-' 
dent himself wanted to talk 
with them about the Suez crisis. 
At this, the leaders quickly 
agreed they should go to Wash- 


‘ington, together with their 


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Democrats Agreed to Talks on Suez 


Only After Transfer to White House 


Republican opposite numbers. 
Just how many will be here 
y ad was uncertain yester- 
ay 

While no one would com- 
ment publicly on the political 
implications of the conference 
or of a possible special session 
of Congress during the Presi- 
dential campaign, newsmen in 
Chicago reported that the Dem- 
ocrats were privately talking of 
both angles. 


Today’s Index 


Amusements 43) Keeping Well 24 
Churches 12-13. Kilgalien r 
City Life 17 Movie Guide 
Classified 45-55 | Music 
Comics 24-27 | Obituaries 
Crossword 27 Pearson 
District Line 26) Picture Page ‘ 
Dixon 15 | Real Estate oe 
Editorials . 14 | Sokolsky 

Events Today 18 | Sports 8 ii 
Financial 22-23 TV-Radio 71 
Goren 26 Weather . 18 
Horoscope ..25| Women’s 19-20 


Suez Crisis 
Is Discussed 


On Hurried 
Trip toN. Y. 


Secretary Says 
He Did Not Ask 
Hamarsk jold’s 
Intervention 


By Chalmers M. Roberts 
Staf{t Reporter 

| Secretary of State John 
Foster Dulles flew to New 
York yesterday to see United 
‘Nations Secretary General 
Dag Hammarskjold amid a 
flurry of reports on Western 
plans to solve the Suez crisis 
and avoid a Middle-East war. 

After a 90-minute luncheon 
/eonference in the Waldorf As- 
jtoria towers with Hammarsk- 
jold and American U.N. dele- 
gates Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. 
jand James J. Wadsworth, 
Dulles would not comment oth. 
er than to reply “no” when a 
‘meweman asked if he had re- 
quested Hammarskjold to in- 
intervene in any way in the 
Suez crisis. 

At the airports in New York 
and on his return here Dulles 
would say only that they had 
talked about the Suez “and 
conditions generally.” He did 
find time in New York, he 
isaid, to register for the Novem- 
‘ber election. 
| But there were these reports 
ifrom the U.N 
| © That Dulles had sought to 
avoid any U.N. Security Coun- 
‘cil meeting before the Lon- 
(don Conference next Thurs- 
day; that he suggested that 
whatever plan the conference 
produced would be submitted 
to the U. N. for final approval; 


that he asked Hammarskjold 


to help induce Egypt to go 
along with this program. 

* That Hammarskjold, who 
earlier had publicly hinted 
that he might favor U. N. su- 
pervision of the Suez Canal, 
had expressed astonishment 
that the dispute had not been 
immediately brought to the 
world organization. 

Egypt has been threatening 
to go to the U. N. with a charge 
that British-French military 
preparations were a threat to 


jthe peace, a position publicly 


taken by India and the Soviet 
Union e United States has 
been leary of VU. N. involve- 
ment largely because it might 
lead to raising the issue of 
internationalization of the 
anama Canal, a move broadly 

hinted at by the Russians. 

Washington has been anxious, . 
however, to avoid 5 ae that 

it was by- -passing VU. 

Reports from Cairo ud Lon- 
don in the past 24 hours were 
similar to word in Washington 
on a State Department memo- 
randum outlining a posible 
solution to be offered at Lon- 
don. The memorandum was cir- 


See POLICY, Page 5, Col. 5 


i Six Rails Seek 


, 45% Fare Boost 


Six Eastern railroads yester- 


> | day petitioned the Interstate 


Commerce Commission for a 
45 per cent increase in first- 
class passenger fares. 


Fakery Called a Calamity 


Soviet Paper Brands as ‘Fabrications’ 
Claims Russian Invented the Airplane 


By B. J. Cutler 
¥ VY. Herald Tribune News 
MOSCOW, Aug. 
viet Union backed off today from 
‘its long-time claim that a Rus- 
sian invented the airplane. 

“Problems of History,” 


Rervice 


the 


admitted many of the claims 
made for Alexander Fedorovich 
Morhaisky, as the builder of the 
world’s first heavier-than-air ma- 
chine, were “fabriaated.” 

The magazine lashed out at 
well-known writers of history) 
and science for faking a 
kinds of “evidence” to “prove 


Mothaisky got an airplane into 
the sky ‘before the Wright 


taking advantage of the Soviet 
public's interest in native 


10’The So achievements to “ascribe to our even more fake 


country discoveries and inven- 
tions that were in reality made 


abroad.” 


Describing such false claims 
as “a real calamity” in Soviet 


official rewriter of Soviet history, historical literature, the maga- from an early 


‘zine struck observers as sound- 
ing a retreat from the claims of 
the Stalin era which credited to 


Brothers. 
It. accused these writers of 


lishing House in 1949, and the 


‘revised edition of 1955 contained 


ry. 

“Problems of Hi " charged 
that in an effort to find letters 
from Mozhaisky deseribin ; 
“flight,” the authors cop let- 
ters Victor" Hugo had received 


rench navigator. 
It also ridiculed the poms of 
Jul - 1882, as the date of the 


archives ives shaey 


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fii 
Russian science many of the 

major discoveries of mankind. hen on the supposed 


eleorologial are 


wan nee ee | mm D. C. Seeks ‘Extreme Campaigning’ of Nixon 
pEMOcRATS—Fr P. 1 ay : ‘Home Rule’ Helped Democrats, Stassen Says 

e ‘aa go | y Warren Unna lin which he, Nixon puty|Leonard Hall, sa sikedn 3 

Harriman Held ee ee in Platform saat ener” gterey Genera win, il alowed place Her : 


ter’s name in nomination. But Chamberlain & Rove 


Harold FE. Stassen yesterday’ 
accused Viee President Richard 1#mb chops in a 4-hour Alcorn stressed the Nationa! 
Ry & Stall Reporter M. Nixon of “extreme cam-/&t the Sheraton Cariton Hotel.\- nities indorsement of the Shirtmakers 

bed r r CHICAGO, Aug. 10 — Thelpaigning” in 1954. He also nit ee ee at at\Eisenhower-Nixon ticket: “We DOMESTIC AND 
; “ District of Columbia's .wo rep-|/abor opposition caused him to|® don't see any change in the} [IMPORTED SHIRTINGS 
| ; one floor above the hotel suite 
eesentatives on the Demo-| °™ Nixon would become a drag ° ‘outcome of the convention. re. ; L. 
; tie Resoluti Committee |e. Uae ag phone calle trying <2rless = yp Saas eee ae 15th Street N.W 
a cra esolutions m € ‘election ticket. | do.” Ww. 

‘dorsement by former President “We today recommended a District} Stassen said he had been toid/t© rally support for Herter. (1. Chicago, Emil Rieve. an Tailored Blouses om Sale | 
g|;Truman of Harriman’s cand) f SS “Home Rule” plank in the Nixon's campaigning helped| At his ve ang oo confer-',FI-CIO vice president and | NECKWEAR SALE 
dacy at this late date will be : Remeeretio w'atterdh ‘Sen. Richard L. Neuberger (D- ence yesterday, Stassen re a - — 
. . sufficient to nominate Harri- ; 4 | : P : neir| act), t0 defeat former Sen. Guy|vealed he aioe = o ume com LOUIS & DAN BROWN. LTD a 
Anti Ri ohts man,” Arvey said 33 : a In jointly presenting theiriGordon (R-Ore.) in 1954. sidering asking Nixon to with- ’ : 

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Piatform—fFr. Pa. 


“I doubt that anything or per-) ae F S case, Polly Shackelton and) Stassen indicated Nixon's tac- draw his own candidacy as Vice: 
son can stop Stevenson in view) Ba yaa * Belford V. Lawson Jr. told the|tics may have backfired in a)President and to nominate in- 


of the large number of dele- Bo] — ~ latform-draftin rou that good many campaigns in the stead Gov. Herter at the GOP 
Bloc P ushes gates now lined up ee “ye xt , Seen ug hd they spoke fae Scher first last election. 2 al gene Ba — Francisco. : 
After a strategy meeting this | Race delegation chosen in the first} Democrats have long smarted Stassen: sai appointment “ 
afternoon, James E. Finnegan, pe olcbann Sac under Nixon’s campaign impli-to discuss this was broken by pA 


al ; " . . " 

Plank Fight campaign manager for Steven-| Internationa! News jofficial election a, cations that their party was Nixon last month. Since then. 
— — yy said it was — Saha Pretty Leigh Stewart of Chi- | “We bring you the man- “soft on communism.” , (Herter has decided to switch 
of those present that nothing Stassen’s campaign to substi- signals and nominate- Nixon 


date, in that elec- | >. . 
have been at any time since|could stop Adlai. eago displays a heavy-duty wes ae 5 over whatiahan tute Massachusetts Cov. Chris- himself. ) of Summer & Fall Clothing 


Adlai F. Stevenson issued his) Roge Tubby. press officer for lollypop on sale in Chicago majority of the voters in sup- tian A. Herter for Nixon r- tis! Yesterday, Stassen also an 
surprise statement calling for Stevenson, said: “We feel that) by the Young Democrats. port of a referendum on self-\yeat’s Republican vice precijnemnced the eighth GOP Con-| 
vention delegate to support his 


‘ °°? ? i ; hout Mr. - ” . ; hd . , 
anqualified” support of the We can win with or wit overnment,” they said. “The dential nominee, yesterday re- te t ') 
court decision Truman. Naturally, we would pete of the District are treated into behind-closed-doors|“open convention” move. He is / bre 0) 17] TO) TC i) 
prefer not to have Mr. Truman to the Democratic |Maneuverings. These were John H. Thorpe, secretary- o- ~ 


Appointment of a middieof- grateful 


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the-road 16-member drafting ©Ome out against us.” Sen. Jackson Congress that authorized them|some of the developments: treasurer of the Michigan Fed- 
committee, on which five| !t was difficult to pin down to elect a delegation to this; ° Stassen announced he had eration of Labor. In an accom-| 


Southern states were repre-@my concrete evidence on Mr Convention.” paid a morning call at the panying statement, Thorpe said () dd , § r 
sented. had led to talk a q|Truman’s views. Nobody was Enters Race | The 1952 Democratic plat-|' White House. He said he was he regarded Herter as an “im- war oday , aturday 
plank in the 1948-52 tradition,/4Dle to testify flatly to having form carried a 14-word Home there as disarmament-chiefon- provement” over Nixon but 

underlining the principles of Deard him say he was for Harti) wy Vi Rule plank: “We favor immedi-|leave and refused to say whom|personally could suggest “no Q A M t 6 P M 
the Supreme Court decision ™4? However, the impression I or No. 9 Spot ate Home Rule and ultimate he had seen or why..(Later itibetter man” than California 4 eA . QO en . 
without mentioning its name. ‘that this was the case was wide- ‘national representation for the|was learned the call was made Gov. Goodwin J. Knight. ._ | 

Several rough drafts of such|SPre@d, and it reached to influ- Sen. Henry M. Jackson (p.-|Pistrict of Columbia.” . jon Presidential Assistant Sher-| A fight broke out in St 
s plank were in circulation to-\“4! men in the Party. may ry Mm. eackson (| The 1952 Republican plank|man Adams.) Louis over Stassen’s announce-| 
day. One of the drafts, reput-- Paul M. Butler, chairman of Wash.) yesterday became theiread: “We favor self-govern-| ® Vice President Nixon held\ment Wednesday that Elroy W.| $110 Imported Dupioni Silk 
ediy having the support of sev- the Democratic National Com-|second Democrat openly to|/ment and national suffrage for|2 hastily scheduled 50-minute Bromwich, St. Louis tool manu-| Suits. Black, brown, grey and $78 
eral high ranking Democrats, ™ittee, evidently was one of | seek the vice presidential nomi-|the residents of the Nation’s/conference with President Ei-facturer and chairman of the) not all si : 
led like this nSED ee DONSUSS Oe easton at Chien Capital.” 'senhower. The White House Missouri GOP delegation, had! tan, not all sizes. 

“Every American child, ir- Nw York Governor was the s cago. | he two District delegates said the conference dealt “pri-joined the Herter campaign 
respective of race or national — —s —— = Without any oral explanation, told the resolutions committee marily” with the international/and predicted Nixon would 
origin, economic status or place scan Thesnae ny Alesandro a four-page biographical sketch|that immediate home rule for|situation and politics came up only lose votes for the Eisen-’ (se Your Charge Account or Our Layaway Plan 
of residence, has full rights “.*.*: of Jackson suddenly appeared|the District of Columbia wasjonly incidentally. hower ticket in Missouri. | : 


under the law without discrimi. ©! Baltimore, National Commit- , lnm | the logical extension of the pri-| © Former Colorado Gov. Dan|' Perry Compton, Missouri 
nation to having educational \©¢™#" og =e ope pee wd ~ ae a ee election. This established/Thornton also talked with the GOP chairman, said he and: 
epportunity to develop poten. Michael J. Birmingham. presi-Press Gallery. only an official primary proced-|President. After Thornton dis-other delegates were consid-) : 
be Pune” 
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tialities. dent of the nn. sca The sketch, prepared byjure. The delegates said theiclosed that they had discussed ering caucusing the delegation| 
The Democratic Party is {O™méssioners; we a ~ ‘Jackson's office, reprinted| District was now “eager for the|the “Eisenhower farm eru-on Aug. 19, the day before the 
dedicated to full recognition Green of Prince-Georges Coun- praiseworthy press notices the|real meat of mature citizen- sade,” he praised Nixon as convention opens, and asking [scwor 
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ty—called on Butler this after-'c h ved h = t ofl. : 
and protection of individual ~ Senator has received. It then|ship” and the management Of/“one of the best Vice Presi- Bromwich to step down, both 
rights and liberties of all xr i eae Oe eee added these significant words:|local affairs. ldents we have ever hed” as delegate chairman and na- CHOENBERG & GERSHEN 
Americans ‘ ound ‘ * Be Rutler go “Since early in 1956, Jackson’s| Members of Congress, who| @Former New York Gov. tional committeeman 
story to tell, tha utler, name has been mentioned fre-iwith few exceptions serve re-\Thomas E. Dewey repeated his| In San Francisco, H. Meade & Pork Pree of Aer Let or 812 14th St. NLW. 


“The basic concept of our . 
governmental system is that CUS" disclaiming any —_ quently as a potential vice/luctantly on the: Senate and|indorsement of Nixon after an/Aleorn Jr. chief convention Gerage that Pispiars the 
information, expressed the be-\,residential candidate.” ‘House District of Columbiaigvernight visit in Washington lieutenant for GOP Chairman Pert and Shep Embicm 


all men are created free and , 
equal, are entitled as a matter ow wll ga Truman wanted) +. final page of the sketch|Committees, are understand- 


of law to all political rights! cso. included indorsements of Jack-|ably not interested in the de- 
and all opportunities for ofiee-L ee ur —— = son made earlier this year by tails of running schools, Pm 
tion, employment and decent)cyite in the Blackstone today. |SeRs- Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.),|Pitals, the Department - ‘ele. 
living conditions without dis-\tie remained for half an hour| “@tren G. Magnuson (D-Wash.)|tation and the like, the dele- 


| | id. 

erimination . . tol rters that he had|#"4 Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.),|gates sa ‘aan 

Nowhere. in’ it was there not talked shout his candidacy, (24 by California Attorney] , They added: “As citizens of PROGRESS REPORT Neo. 1 
mention of the court ruling} Gov. Harriman. who arrived CemeTa!_ Edmund G. (Pat) the aan » th wo ages 
however. After today’s strong|in Chicago today, also called on 4 own. greeny _ _ - we pe a roy A W hi 

emand for a specific affirma- j _|Gdorsement Ap , at a time|** 7 . 
tion the Southerners them-| porters: “T'm ee a the when he himself was a candi-/ation of local matters with the TO: Mr. and Mrs. Greater as ington 
selves were first to show signs|nomination.” He. too. said date for the presidential nomi-|same zeal expressed by people 


ef doubt that they could win! aster talking to the former nation. meh phe Ay Lt mf. FROM: Fort Washington Estates, Inc. 


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such a plank President that his candidacy|' The biographical sketch also) | 
Even if a limited statement —— discussed. . mentioned that when Adlai AP on, hn a oe pad 
's approved by the i6man| «4 third candidate who called Stevenson was asked if he CONn-|shead of the District in meet-| 
drafting group, it runs the risk\ + the Truman suite was Gov.Sidered Jackson a vice presi- ing the 1956 quota set by the! 
of being upset in the 116mem- 4 RB (Happy) Chandler of Ken- dential possibility, he replied: Democratic National Commit- 
ber full committee. If it clears +. Ky. “I think Henry Jackson isij.46 The quota was $20.000 
the full committee it must) The Stevenson people were ¢@uipped for any office.” ‘and the District turned in $32. 
still run the gantlet of the saying privately that they be-|, Jackson's office, when queried|a73 they said. 
convention floor lieved Mr. Truman was being {°F an explanation, said the) "’ 
One liberal witness. Joseph | swayed toward Harriman large-| biographical sketch was pre-| 
Rauh Jr., national chairman of |), by Judge Samuel Rosenman |P@red by the Senator's press re-| E..German Building Lags 


I 
for Ac-| New York, who used to be a|/#tions aide, Russ Holt, “just in 


tion, and one liberal member 
of the committee, today called 
for a convention floor show- 
down to amerd the platform 
if it contains “anything less 
than” a specific indorsement 
ef the court decision 

Gov. Averell Harri.1an of 
New York at his news confer- 
ence Thursday, howe er, suc- 
cessfully evaded all questions 
on whether he will lead a 
floor fiight for an amendment 
if the platform fails to affirm 
the court ruling 

In fact, it was only after con- 
siderable sparring with report- 
ers that Harriman said flatly 
that the court decision should 
be overtly mentioned in the 
plank. 

. Harriman preferred to put it 
fis way: “I believe that the 
@vents that have taken place 
Bétween 1952 and the present 
time should be taken into ac- 
eount, and I believe that the 
Democratic Party should recog- 
nize the Supreme Court deci- 
ions that have been made on 
this suject and should make 
plain the Democratic Party 
eomsiders these decisions the 
law of the land.” 

Harriman stressed that he 
Has taken this position for 
“months.” He refused to be 

wn into an indorsement of 


Reuters 
White House Counsel. Rosen-|Tesponse to Tequests by the | : 
man spent a good part of the|*'re services. | BERLIN, Aug. 160—The Fast’ = aASHINGTON 


' The Senator's office said it\German building industry is’ 5A 
— pg Menten “traiegists| bad no explanation on why one/|facing “very large” backlogs in|/ .... yr. and Mrs. GR ee that during 
would be satisfied if Mr. Tru-|°f the sketch’s four pages|key projects caused by a lack i. happy to ennounigned contracts 
man announced Saturday that|S?ould be devoted to vice presi-|of manpower, the East German, <The corporation ® §300,000 of 
he was “neutral.” Some of cemtial indorsements. Communist newspaper, Neues af ope 
them were reported to be urg- Until yesterday, Sen. Hubert | Deutschland, reported today. It oe to buy 
ing him te take thie course H. Humphrey (D-Minn.) has/said power stations, houses and tention 
: ’ | been the only Democrat openly|farm buildings were curtailed. 
ito seek the vice presidential) _—_ 1 firm 
MeKeldin Leaves nomination. However, Sens. | . 7 at = next few wee 
John F. Kennedy (D.-Mass.) and RECENT | | mplet - » disposal sy5 
, ‘ - . ‘_Kefauver have done nothing to will be upply and qeuee n 
For Convention \discourage their followers from ENGINEERING tor water SUPPIT ent and 
putting forth their names for Desigmpleted A ee Norcross. The = 
the nomination. ones 
on eaten MeKeidin aa GRADUATES with 500. lots py submitted ™ 
his family left here by train to ‘ I Unusual opportunity for 2 ion for *PP 
day for ” the Republican Na- 00 Gets Court Bid men with a 7l-year-old na- to one-and - 


tional Convention which cpens; yaIpeH. Ay -. || tionwide organization with 
. : : | Sf , g. 10 W—Na- 
Aug. 20 in San Francisco. tionalist China has nominated eget} - anes over 


The Governor is chairman of'y k_ Wellington Koo. for the 
; itt a ; mer : . mre . y on 
the Convention Rules Commit-\Ambassador to the United roan Ae ~algg: einai | wridge will fu 


McKeldin, chairman of the at the World Court at the 


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tee which meets next Tuesday. States for the post of Justice pon | establish its impo star sho 
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tal. million 
State delegation to the Con- Hague recently vacated by the Service Co. Capi cesses, out plans eee cou 
vention, said that “All Mary- death of Hsu Moo of China. S117 M ot WLW. «Call NA. 80104 As time te is, yac be 
igang dination tad aC a center, eek pecome reality 
tions will be in accord with 
the wishes of our national lead- & 
er, President Eisenhower.” 


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language used by Steven-/ BERLIN, Aug. 10 «—A top| 7 
gon Tuesday in calling for af- East German cemented a Because of the nnseasonable weather these last re Mattlar ld 


firmation of the court ordef.\nanerman, Wolfgang Czekalia,| few weeks ... and because it's Bruce Hunt's pol- 
He praised resolutions chair-'3¢ has fled to West Berlin and|—| icy not to carry over merchandise from one year 
en John W. McCormack, but asked for political asylum, ref- to another, we're offering you truly remarkable 


said he would not necessar- fficials said today. 4 : 
fly” accept the platform Me- ae sekalin a2 been political) *#”'8*--- with months of hot weather ahead. 


Cormack’s committee drafts. editor of Neues Deutschland, F 
Leading | Of -inatys, it official mouthpiece of the Fast 6 Emre Stock of 
esses who plugged for spe-\German Communist Party. He 


efic mention of the court opin- told authorities he feared ar-' 
the, AFL-CIO chief Meany told yest because the ‘Communists Summer Suits 
ees ee - -- he had ties with the ok Galties Prisca! A protected future is the keynote of FORT WASH. 
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Ge need to mention ; | the Fort Washington Yacht and Country Club. All 
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Colored People, said the must grapple with it, embrace . 
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Gurther — pledge execu-| But South Carolina's Gover- Famous Calvert and 

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Dog-Law Teeth 
Felt in Arlington 


Fugene D. Murphy. a dog 
owner, learned in Arlington 
County Court yesterday that 
he County's new dog ordinance 
tras teeth in ft. 

Murphy drew a suspended $5 
fine and a court order to get 
a stronger leash for his mixed- 
breed female dog, “Frisky,” 
after he was convicted for al- 
lowing the dog to run at large. 

A neighbor, Mrs. John A. 
Raker, mother of six children 
from 10 months to 12 years 
old. testified that two of her 
younger children had been bit- 


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nine men aboard a German 
freighter yesterday in Dela- 
ware Ray is marked hy a 
eross on the map above. 


Blast on Ship 
Injures 9 in 
Delaware Bay 


LEWES. Del. 
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Hunted Dog Bites 
Arm of Law—in Leg 


A Metropolitan policeman 
Investigating a dog bite com- 
plaint yesterday got to the 
seurce of the trouble imme- 
diately. The dog bit him. 


st. se. A small black and 


white deg of undetermined | 
breed ran out of the house | 
and nipped him on the ankle. | 


Aug. 10 (Spe 
Nine seamen were seri- 
ously burned today when an 
explosion and fire ripped 


The dog's owner, Marie 
Hudson, of the G st. address, 


Pvt. John F.. Drass, of No. | 
14 Precinct, stepped out of | 
his eruiser in front of 3014G | 


Henry Rhodes, 90, of 4322 14th st. nw. is | 


still driving an autemoebile daily in his | 
| birthday, he 
Monument. 


work as « real estate salesman. Born in 
Smithten, Pa. he was 10 years old when | 


Stull Driving at 90 


Tilden was beaten by Hayes for the Presi- 
dency. In 1956, the week before his #4th 


Ttalian Line 
Suit Seeks 


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$25°Million 
| NEW WORK, Aug. 10 (#—The' 
Ttalian Line today sued the: 
‘Swedish American Line for $25. 
million in the sinking of the 
luxury liner, Andrea Doria,| 
July 25 after a collision with 
ithe liner, Stockholm. | 
| In the Federal Court suit, the! 
Italian Line claimed the sink- 
‘ing of its liner was caused by 
the “fault and negligence” of 
the Stockholm and her crew. 
| The two ships collided in the 
Atlantic Ocean in darkness off 
the Massachusetts coast, and 
the 30,000-ton Andrea Doria 
lwent under several hours 
later. The Stockholm, her bow 
smashed, managed to get back 
ito New York. 

Parlier the Swedish T.ine 
filed a Federal Court petition, 
asking that it be exonerated 
from any blame, claiming the 
accident was caused by the 
Andrea Doria 

More than 1650 of the passen-, 
gers aboard the Andrea Doria 
were rescued, but 50 persons. 
including five Stockholm crew. 
men, are dead or unaccounted 
for. 

In its suit, the Italian Line 


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walked up the Washington 


‘contended the collision “was 
‘not due to any fault, neglect or 
want of care on the part” of the 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
ne soy Saturday, August 11, 1954 KG, 


through the engine room of the 
German freighter Heideberg at 
the mouth of Delaware Bay 
Rescue craft from the Coast 
(,uard Lifeboat Station at 
Lewes. than 
reached the stricken \ 


leas four mities 
away 
sel within 10 minutes after ti 
first signali« 
ceived about 2.25 p 

The tremendous 
the 1595-ton 


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dictrees were re 
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hlast 
veasel ac it wae 
and 


Delaware River to Philadelphia 


passage up Delaware Ray 


to unload a eargo of iron ore 


Hundreds of spectators and 
vacationers watched rescue op- 
“erations from the point of this 
Cape ‘Henlopen resort area, 
about 2% miles away 
Coast Guard craft and a boat 
from the Delaware Bay Pilots 
Association brought the injured 
seamen to the Army dock at 
nearby Fort Miles. From there 
they were rushed to Beebe Hos 
pital here 
First reports that 10 to 1? 
crewmen had been killed were 
quickly dispelled by the (Coaect 
(,uard after’the brief fire was 
extinguished below decks of the 
Heideberg 
The 300-foot vessel was oper 
| ating with an all-German crew 
under charter to the Rova!l 
Netherlands Steamship Co., the 
Coast Guard reported 
The ship's captain, Heinz 
Mauershberger, anchéred his 
powerless motorship just east 
of the Harbor of Refuge station 
‘3 miles off Cape Henlopen to 
await tow tugs which will take 
the. Heidberg to’ Philadelphia 
Saturday morning 
4 Coast Guard spokesman 
quoted Mauersberger as saying 
, the blast came when the No. 11 
piston in the engine room blew 
aut. Eight crewmen were taken 
from the ship immediately after 
the blast 
The ninth injured man was 
—mot removed to the hospital 
wrtil about 5:30 nm. The Coast 
»f,uard said about 12 other crew 
men were treated aboard the 
Heidberg for minor burns and 


put 
The ship, registered out of 
Hamburg, Germany. was en 
‘route from Puerto Ordaz, Ven 
_@muela, to Philadelphia. 


shook” 


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was charged with failure te 
have the deg inoculated, 
failure te precure a dog U- 
eense and having an un- 
leashed dog. 

Drass was treated at Dis 
trict General Hospital. The 
dog was confined te his 
house. 


ten by Murphy's dog since last 
Apri! 

Mre. Baker, of 62301 N. 15th 
rd. testified that the dog was 
running loose on Aug. 7 when 
it was supposed to be in quar- 
rantine 

Murphy. of 6300 N. 15th rd., 
said his dog was “very playful 
but not vicious” and that he 
allowed the dog to run with- 
out a leash but under his su- 
pervision in the evenings. Mur- 
phy added that “Frisky” had 
broken her link chain several 
times and escaped from the 
yard. The dog is properly Ii- 
censed and has had the re 
quires rabies inoculations, 
Murpby said 

The new dog ordinance, ef- 
fective last June 1, prohibits 
dog-owners from allowing their 
pets, whether licensed or un 
licensed, to run at large. Max 
imum fine for violating the pro 
vision is $25 


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McDonnell said yesterday 
the revolutionary craft. a com 
bination of helicopter and air- 
plane, reached the speed dur- 
conducted by the Air Force's 
Research and Development 
Command 


Correction 

Francis Alfred Fischer. 
charged with murder in the 
fatal shooting Wednesday of 
Wilfred A. Grove. was incor 
rectly listed as living at 5512 
2d st.. Temple Hills. due to a 
typographical error in Friday's 
editions of The Washington 
Post and Times Herald. Fischer 
never lived at that address 


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Boy Warned ‘Salt Drink’ Claimed 


In Cathedral A P 


Bomb Blast 


A I7-yearold boy who ad 
mitted in Juvenile Court yes 
terday that he set off a home- 
made bomb in Washington Ca 
thedral was given a stern warn 
ing by Judge Edith H. Cockrill, 
who then dismissed the com- 
plaint against him. 

The boy was charged with 
designing and setting off the 
bomb that exploded during a 
June 2 concert, sending a 30- 
foot tongue of flame billowing 
over the heads of 1500 persons 
in the audience. 

No one was injured by the 
blast, which occurred in a re- 
cess of an 8foot thick wall of 
a gallery towering © feet 
above tue Cathedral floor. Dam- 
age was described as negligible. 

The boy acknowledged his 
guilt to Judge Cockrill yester- 
day and said, “All I can say is 
it was a prank. | have no fur- 
ther reason for it.” 

Judge Cockrill heard a court 
worker describe the boy as “a 
very bright boy who seems to 
have a good future.” He was 
salutatorian of his high school 
class and is entering college in 
the fall. He is a “perfection 
ist boy” who has an interest in 
science, the worker said 

The tclheancut youth ap. 
peared in court neatly dressed 


; light sports jacket and 
oe ot He was flanked 


by his parents. 

The explosive was “more 
like a firecracker than a 
bomb.” the report to Judge 
Cockrill said. The youth “was 
careful to place it in a recess 
where he felt no one could get 
hurt." The worker pointed 
out that the youth had not con- 


sidered the possibility of panic ~ 


among the audience. 

“Wholesome pranks” are not 
objectionable, Judge Cockrill 
t d@ the boy, “but we have no 
right to play a prank that 
might hurt somebody else. Not 
knowing what it was, anything 
could have happened.” 

Judge Cockrill pointed out 
that construction is still going 
on at the Cathedral and re 
minded him that “nobody 


iknows what the jar of an ex- 


plosion might cause.” 

She urged the youth to “use 
the mind that you have.” Judge 
Cockrill then dismissed the 
case “with the understanding 
that you're going to be more 
careful about your pranks in 
the future.” 

“I certainly will,” the youth 
aaswered. 


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By Nate 


for Burns 


Haseltine 


Stam Reporter 


A medical team yesterday re 
ported that a_  kitchen-made 
remedy for shock can save the 
lives of burn victims. 

The treatment whereby the 
victim takes liberal draughts 
of a weak solution of table 
salt, baking soda anc tap 
water has proved its worth, 
clinically, in three cooperating 
hospitals in Lima, Peru, the 
report showed. , 

Vietims in a stat. of shock 
from severe burns usually are 
given intravenous injections of 
whole blood, plasma, or the so- 
called plasma extenders. Such 
treatment, though highly ef- 
fective, is not always avail- 
able: it is expensive, and it 
requires medical’ skill to ad. 
minister. 

The tests in Lima hospitals 
were conductec for three and 
one-half years by a group of 
Peruvian and American stien- 
tists, under sponsorship of the 
United States 
Service 

Lifesaving results of the 
“salt drink” treatment con- 
firmed earlier animal test 
findings of three PHS scien- 
tists six years ago in their 
Bethesda, Md., laboratories. 

Important as the treatment 
is for any burn victims, the 
technique is 
prime importance in event of 
nuclear attack where burn 
casualties “ight number in the 
thousands. 

Shock is a semi-conscious 
state marked by falling blood 
pressure, a feeble though rapid 
pulse, decreased breathing. 
and sudder and intense 
incomplete suspension 

body functions. The 
victim's skin is pale and clam- 
my, and in burn cases, the loss 
of circulating body fluids sets 
up and immediate and press- 
ing need for replacement. . 

The study reported was 
based on comparative results 
of alternating the old and new 
treatments on 110 severely 
burned children and 83 severe- 
ly burned adults. Every other 
badly burned patient was 
given the “salt drink.” The 
others were treated by in- 
travenous fluid injections, long 
conventional. 

The researchers reported 
they found “no significant dif- 
ference (in results) between 


Public Health - 


considered of 


as to 48-hour 
ultimate total 


the two group 
mortality or 
mortality.” 

The salt drink formula calls 
for one teaspoon of table salt, 
a half teaspoon of baking soda, 
and a quart of water. Rurn 
victims are urged to drink as 
much as they can hold until 
the shock stage is passed or 
the doctor arrives. 

The report stressed the ob- 
vious danger of giving liquids 
by mouth to persons who are 
unconscious or who cannot 
swallow. For those burn pa- 
tients who could take it, the 
report noted, some drank as 
much as six or seven quarts 
of the salty drink in the first 
12 hours. 

The report, by team of 
seven physicians, was pub 
lished in this week's issue of 
the Journal of the American 
Medical Associttion. 


Andrea Doria’s operation. 

It added the Italian Line and 
the ship's crew suffered losses 
“amounting in all to about $25 
million as nearly as can be esti 
mated as a result of the said 
collision.” This includes the 
ship herself. 

In the exchange of charges 
and countercharges, a key point 

as heen over which ship 
turned into whose path. Both 
lines said their ships executed 
turns just before the collision 

The list of dead and wnac 
counted for has dropped from 
52 to 50 

A spokesman for the Italian 
Line said yesterday that two 
women passengers on the An 
drea Doria who had been un 
accounted for were found 

They are Mrs. Annetta Cusu 
mano, of Jennings, Mo. and 
Mrs. Serafina Matteo, Bridge- 
port, Conn. 


Adm. Brown Sails 


BELGRADE, Aug. 10 — Vice 
Adm. C. A. Brown, commander 
of the American Sixth Fleet. 
sailed from the port of Split 
today aboard the heavy cruiser 
Salem,-after a three-day visit 
to Yugoslavia 


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Trial of McKeon Branded 
Error by Chief of VEFW 


DALLAS, Aug. 10 (*»—The 
national commander of the Vet 
erans of Foreign Wars today 
expressed fear that the court- 
martial of Marine Sgt. Mat- 
thew McKeon would tend to 


break down military survival 
training 

Timothy J. Murphy. Boston, 
Mass.. a fawyer, said the court- 
martial of the 3l-vear-old dril! 
instructor who led his platoon 
into a swampy area of the Par 
ris Island, S. C., training base 
was a mistake. Six of the re 
cruits drowned. 

“We favor maintaining pro. 
grams that develop the ability 
of-men to resist panic and to 
survive,” Murphy said. “We 
feel that this court-martial 
would tend to break down the 
knowledge of how to carry on 
training to survive the rigors 
and brainwashing methods” of 
the enemy. 

“It was unfortunate that they 
put Sgt. McKeon on trial.” 


tenced to 9 months imprison. 
ment, fined and ordered given 
a bad conduct discharge by a 
court martial board. The sen 
tence must be reviewed by 
higher authorities. 

Murphy arrived today for the 
opening ceremonies of the 57th 
anunal convention of the VFW 

More than 47,000 
were expected to attend the 


encampment which opens of. 
ficially Monday. 


The career Marine was sen- 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
4 Saturday, August 11,1956 


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Around the Werld 


Death Toll Mounts to. 16 


As India Rioting 


Reuters 


AHMEDABAD, India, Aug 


[The number of injured is 
estimated as high as 300, and 


10—The death toll mounted to many have been arrested.) 


16 in this riot-torn West Coast 
district as 
tions continuec for the third 


straight day in Ahmedabad City 
and spread to outlying towns (lower 


for the first time 

Two persons died in Ahmeda 
had today when police opened 
fire on rioters who defied cur- 
few orders 

4t Kalol, 16 miles from here 
police patrols fired at demon 
strators, killing two 

4 16-hour curfew was clamped 
on nearby Baroda after mobs 
stoned police who fired in the 
air to disperse them 

[Mass demonstrations, and 
some violence. were also re- 
ported in Surat. midway be 
tween Bombay and Ahmedabad. 
and in Mehsana, and at Patent 
in Saurashtra State. The Asso 
ciated Press said a Bombay 
State Deputy Minister was 
mobbed and injured 


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the passing of the states re- 
organization bill through the 
Indian House of the People 
house ) The bill now 
goes to the upper house (the 
Council of States), after which 
President Rajendra Prasad has 
to give his assent before it be 
comes law 

The bill redraws the boun 
daries of the present 29 states 
to form 14 states and four cen 
trally administered regions 

On Nov. 1, when the new bill 
comes into force, Bombay State 
will be enlarged to include 
Gujaret, Kutch and parts of 
Madhya Pradesh and Hydera 
bad, with Bombay City as state 
capital. The current riots broke 
out with demands for a sepa 
rate Gujerati-speaking state. 

The Indian government de 
cided on the plan after riots 
were provoked in Bombay by 
an earlier proposal for separate 
Marathi and Gujerati-speaking 
states, with the port of Bombay 
maintained under central gov- 
ernment control. The Marathi- 
speaking Indians demonstrated 
because they claimed Bombay 
City as their own. traditional 
“capital 

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Shaded area shows scene of | 
rioting in India. Black dot is 
site of Ahmedabad, center | 
of the demonstrations. 


People today, Prime Minister 
Jawaharial Nehru accusec op- 
position members of provoking 
the Ahmedabad riota. A Com- 
munist member, Hiren Mukher- 
jee, denied the charge and said 
the government had made “a' 
sorry mess” of the states re- 
organization 


Russia Ratifies Labor’s 
Right to Bargain Freely 


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Soviet 
ternational conventions giving 
empilovers and workers the 
right to organize freely and to 
bargain collectively, the Inter- 


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announced today 


This means that the Rus«sians 


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Scientists Probe 
Drop in Gravily 
In English Town 


Re ere 


WARLINGHAM. England. 
Aug. 10—Everything weighs a 
little less in thie little town 
than it does in the surrounding 
country, and government ge- 
ologists are sinking a $70,000 
shaft to find out why, 

4 spokesman for the Govern. 
ment Geological Survey said 
today Warlingham was near 
the center of a “low gravity 
basin.” 

The difference is very mi- 
nute.” the spokesman empha- 
sized 

He said it was thought to be 
caused by a layer of hig h- 
density rock, which would tend 
fractionall: increase grav- 
ty plunging to abnormal! 
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mum age for children and! 
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pledged th®mselves are: | 

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Begin China Tour | 
Reuters | 

TOKYO, Aug. 10—Fifteen 
former high-ranking Japanese! 
military officers left here today | 
for a one-month tour of Com-| 
mtinist China as guests of the 
Communist Chinese govern- 
ment. | 


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added the leaders had given| pensation 


‘continue to press the territo-|50,000 work force had walked|9 hours, 16 minutes im actual 
‘Trial issue at a meeting with|out in the dispute but it ac-jflying time, 


Reds Still Refuse to Return Japanese Islands 


arg treaty with|started just before the plants; The new flight presaged the:mand said today it_had been 
MOSCOW, Aug. 10—Premier|the Soviet omg _— get-\shut. down for the usual two- start of scheduled service, at' informed the military leader of 
ay | re — . te wae ‘aes summer vacation. \a date not yet determined, and|,. ,1, rtive revolt in Manshi 


eR ‘was a step in the direction of : 
psa ng a as ~ ao - ape be SEOUL, Aug. 10 (INS) — aimier Mao Tse-tung has called followers. 
ay a Japanese plea for the re- Island, the Habomai group and) : “the greatest cooperation be- Th : 
turn of Japan's former island|Shikotan Island. —At the eon-|North Korean Army liewtenant tween China and the Sovieticg) , ne ton ee 
of Keseshire Gnd Bterefa clusion of a peace treaty, they reported today that the Com- Union.” . ae aon. wo. wa 
, : ‘are willing to return only the) munist Youth Alliance in the! ported.shot by his soldiers be 
ing we aca ns Japa- Hebomel and Shiketen and MiNorth Kereen ity of Kaesong Indonesia Rebels Strike cause they considered them: 
nese Foreign Minister Mamoru appea apan would accept staged an “uprising” last July | selves betrayed. His garriso 
Shigemitsu as he emerged from this condition. 10 and said “many” rebels’ JAKARTA, Indonesia, Aug. rebelled at Pertebtate’ cenit 


a 90-minute conference in the ' ‘were killed and injured in !° ‘*—Army reports said today 
Kremlin with the top Soviet’ British Strike Settled (fAghting with troops. ‘that seven soldiers have been °f Manabi Province, Monday 
LONDON, Aug. 10 ®—Gov- 


leaders. He had gone to the | The lieutennat fled and told! ilied in a surprise attack by ™#5t- 

Kremlin in a last attempt to his story in the South Korean| [The Government announced 
sar ogy ogee ag Soe _ ae ernment mediation today -anpital of Seoul. He said the 150 terrorists near Bandung. that at least 20 Army officers 
unable to get in a week of Drought an end to a 19-day rioters demanded freedom 

negotiations with foreign Min-| strike of 15 unions against the bread. > Sie 


and Presumably the attackers and soldiers and three civil 
were members of the fanatic ians would be tried for sedi- 
ister Dmitri T. Shepilov. ‘British Motor Corp., over the OR eens Sk Flich 
Looking tired and unhappy, abrupt firing of 6000 workers. °°? *" Pigg ight 
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He\company agreed to give com-'TU-10¢ twin-jet airliner arrived) 1. spondence. Y . 
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southern-most in the Kurile/notices on which they were|regularly scheduled fiying time 
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Peiping and Syria 
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Reuters 


HONG KONG, Aug I 
Communist China and Syria 


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GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, Aug.'communique issued today and 
10 ‘®#—The local military com-|quoted by Radio Peiping. 
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POLICY—From Page 1) ' THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Britain to Hold Parley PIG Dulles Talks — ae 
With or Without Russia “ggg Suez With 


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F ie | | . 
Prom News Diapatones tional courtesy and responsible|The Ministry of Health an-| ge igi ta ig, I I, N, Chief 


LONDON, Aug. 10— British relations Between goverm nounced it had canceled all 44 Be We 4 ) A 
Foreign Office officials said to- Ments. leaves for its officials and phy- ‘Ge | 7 P 7 ; 
ple of Egypt are one Sicians. It said the number of) | Se ae a jeulated to nations accepting in- / CH) V/ f { i, / / f, f / J / / f, y f, 


SHOP TODAY 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 


- | “The 
erent Giat the Sues Canal con and all behind the president in hospital beds would be doubled. jwtations to the conference. | 


ference will be held in London F | The ke ints these: 
his endeavors to uphold their) The Egyptian Red Crescent ) e key points were these: 
| * Establishment of a new in- THE MEN’S STORE 


next Thursday, as scheduled, independence, sovereignty and poe oe society also can- | 
with or without Russia dignity,” the statement said.celed a aves. bie, ternational authority with full | 
Admittedly bewildered about “This ” euthiisinstio support is. The government-controiied _ ‘control of toll rates, finance, | WASHINGTON, CHEVY CHASE AND ALEXANDRIA 
the meaning of Russia's “com. Not confined to the frontiers of préss in Egypt was filled with eee «Operations, administration and! 
plex” and “contradictory”re- Egypt, but has been voiced by|threats to ‘the West and de- Oo ‘expansion of the canal; fair 
ply to the conference invitation Arab and Asian nations and mands for a “holy war.” Several . ee [—— compensation for stockholders 
ae of the old canal company and 


day. Britain b @ their leaders.” newspapers. reported that a a 
smo tay . ee S r of the Greek Parlis- a arbitration by the World Court. 


Russia's attempts to alter the The Egyptians went close to mem : 
date, place. ante and compo 4¢c using the original Suez ment Savvas Loizides, who is . of any disagreements between : ut 
sition of the conference. Canal Co. of sharp pencites (Oe. Cyprus Ethnarchy (church Associated Pree | Egypt and wo age ge ead 
, They said the company by 1954 leaders representative kT ; “ne, (OM compensation or een 
Britain has not yet replied to pany dy P Chief of Egypt's new “Na Egypt afd the new agency | = : 


. Athe rrived fn Athens 
Russia, and is reportedly not in #4, built up a reserve fund ex- Athens, had arrived | thenal Liberation Army” is 
any hurry to do so, but she gave ceeding $112 million which was|with assurances that Cyprus Maj. Kamal El Din a |pro ts turned over to Egypt. 
being saved until 1968, when would not be used as a British ' | © Control of the new agency 


uaaiie setectihe aiaaane” a its concession to run the canal base for an attack on Egypt. | seit. His command is made io be run by a council nomi- ° 
posals by the Greek Govern- would normally have expired. But peaceful aims were pro- up of homedefense fore- nated by nations chiefly in-| 

ment to recast the conference. [t then added: “Should the c'aimed by Fathi Radwin,’ es, including women, and ‘terested in canal navigation, | 

{In New York, Secretary of Concession be extended then|Egypt’s Minister of National) jg apart from the regular ‘hus putting the Egyptians in| 


State John Foster Dulles told there might have been a chance| Orientation, on winding up an army. a minority position but assur-| 
newsmen it would be “imprac- that these reserves would be| unofficial 8-day visit to Rome —venesattitriog, ig them of a larger revenue 
tical” to follow Russia’s propo. used as planned. But should the/He said Cairo newspapers did than they have obtained in the’ 


ails to delay the conference. “It\concession not be extended|not reflect the opinion of Nas- q..i, wants Arab governments Past from the Suez Canai Co. 
nationalized by Egptian Presi 


a metter for the United King. then, the company would dis- ser’s government if they wrote : 
to decide, Dulles said.) “\tribute them as accumulated|of a Moslem war. “Egypt wants ‘° pledge collective action’ dent Gamal Abdel Nasser two in men’s a ar | 
*In Athens, informed sources profits to the shareholders.” peace,” he said. against any military move on weeks ago, the move that set pp eC 
aaid Greece would attend in| In Cairo, it was officially an-| He also said, in reply to a Egypt and expects to put the off the current crisis. 
apite of the rejection of her er a re | ae oo — vee his npn matter before the political com- ® Revision of the 1888 Con.| 
posals. Of the 24 nations in-|/pone s visit to Russia. Ne; wou consider any question 
Tihed. only Egypt has failed to had been scheduled to arrive injof “nationalizing” the Panama mittee of the nine-nation Arab an at eta tae aoe aan : 
reply, but a statement issued| Moscow next Tuesday, two days|Canal an internal Panamanian League Sunday, nations in wer or peace The | save on clearance of clearance on men’s fine 
hy the Egyptian Embassy here — “ be portaneaen 4 wrt es * India’s top foreign-affairs Associated Press said that | 
ay served as the first official| Some 10, persons jJamme er developments: adviser, V. K. Krishna Menon. ’ : . 
tine that she would decline.|\downtown Cairo to shout their} ©* Libyan Premier Mustafa leave®-Saturday for talks with slomiins Wear ommend et | MEN’S FL RNISHINGS SUMMER-WEIGHT 
“The statement was sharply defiance at the West and call|Ben Halim said he approved Nasser before attending the ties sin le-handedly in the fu. 
exitical of Prime Minister An-for a general strike through-|Egypt’s nationalization of the'London conference. ture ‘ SPORTS COATS 
thony Eden's remark in a worldjout the Arab world Aug. 16.\canal. The Arab desert states,! ¢« sources within Generalic | | SHIRTS—A group of men’s fine 
broadcast Wednesday that Brit--The demonstration, organized|on the west flank of Egypt, has’ ,:,,., Francisco France's aov These proposals, however, ap- a 4 
President Gamal Abde! Nasser,|the Liberation of the Moslem/inforce British garrisons there|for » moderate solution acceot terete Ot he Egyptians or! in broadcloth and Oxford cloth fabrics 95 
and not with Egypt or the Arab | Countries,” also urged youths) with men who might have to be',n),. 4, both Egyot re A 4 "of some of Egypt's friends who i oe 5 
world to volunteer for the defense of used in a Suez showdown. West. They ex 4 5 i © have agreed to attend the Lon- Mostly solid colors or fancy stripes. 
“This was described by the the canal. A similar strike’) This apparently explaineditsire ine Sy gay Aran oe ‘© don Conference. | 
‘Bmbassy as an attempt to cloud|call was reported in Damascus. | Britain's action t oday in again) ,ojicy of moderation “We wilt Dulles and other Western were 32.95 2.22 d 4 
the issue “a new tendency, Egypt meantime mobilized its postponing a big airlift of Soe bins to the hilt.” one § diplomats are awaiting a cue to 8.95 ° an 88 e / 25 op op OS 
.s . Incompatible with interna- doctors and medical supplies. troops to the Mediterranean iard said ‘ oe from Nasser,on how far he may 
; until Sunday at the earliest. © In anata roe ee go toward accepting some form 
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Damascus reports said that Pleven warned Americans of internationalization. Nasser ' ; ‘ ae 
8700 members of the Bahrein ans iM is scheduled to reveal his po- rTES—A large group of men’s four- 
Workers’ Association have de- ur te a a tee sition Sunday in Cairo, shortly in-hand ties, most of which are all were 22.35 to 65.00 
cided to destroy the British- sai at Russia White House ; ' | . 
Read All protected ‘aland’s oil refinery seetelia tae if Nasser suc- aks Gitanee President silk. There are many colors and pat- Group of summer-weight sports coaté® 
and pipelines if Egypt is at- in Holding the canal. | Fisenhower, Dulles, Vice Presi- “s 
About the Exclusive tacked. ; * U. S. Secretary of the Navy|dent Nixon, Adm. Arthur W.| ‘@°ns represented includes chino, linen, rayon-Dacron, 
| They quoted a statement is Charles Thomas flew to London’ Radford and Democratic and lk oe 
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the “Bahrein National Union.” ferring with American officials|London Tuesday evening. . 
af at DEAL — rage thy who = visiting the Syrian . Paris. French service chiefs The Associated Press also re- made of imported cotton madras (all 
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gh the Suez Canal this|norts that Congress might be 
|Corp. — a ane on the month for Princess Margaret's panied into spaelil Fa if| 
Suez conference next Tuesday. East African tour. the London Conference should 
len etemen Bandaranaike, ¢ Egypt expel'ed two Brit- fail. 
y mier of neutralist Ceylon,ish employes of the Shel! He said that “there is nothing 
eclared internationalization of Petroleum Co and arrested which would suggest the need 


Suez is untenable. four British. correspondents to- for a special session of Con- 
’ *A Damascus source said day in a crackdown on Briton ss.” PR ferri he Sun. | 
Jordan's... 7 - seen Gay nite Howse” meeting | save on lightweight 
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Reuters Dulles had only a “no com 


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» thought of former President 


PIANOS Seven persons, including afore dawn when a time. ? T ferences in Chicago 
British soldier were injured exploded at a British Forces a. bebaenathenatenthe of the 95 00 
HAMMOND “jslightly today when timeclub. Two other bombs ex-/Panama Canal under the U.N 
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WURLITZER Meanwhile, British authori. again today with President Ei 


SPINET ORGANS _ Go Meperes Soar ties announced they refused semhower on the Suez issue 
The soldier and three cus ~ renew ~ So permit a en peng: pes with d 
0 seeorge Sporidces, corres. Mr. Eisenhower for minutes 
pnakney two Givek Cypricts ae vert pondent “of the semi-official yesterday and said afterwards Save on these lightweight summer suits, all from our reg- 
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popper. reeding eon and on and eablivions 
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Extra Points The Damage 


By Jack Walsh / e % By Bob Addie 

, Stat Reporter | 4 Stat’ Reporter 
CHICAGO, Aug. 10—On a Some of the hops from the 

night there was deep soul- new beer section in leftfield 

searching for a single star on must have worked their way 

the College All-Stars, the into Chuck Stobbs’ fast ball last 


Cleveland Browns ground out a night because every run he 
26-0 _ vietory before 75,000 in gave up was the result of a 
Soldiers’ Field. homer as the Boston Red Sox 

With its shutout, the Browns’) downed the Nats, 3-2, before 
eo a pas ang avenged last’ a crowd of 7457. 
year’s loss when it was held re-| 

Ted Williams, Sammy White 
——— ~ vhs saad upset. Pes and Dick Gernert hit the trio 

© wonder on this steaming; of homers for the Red Sox and 
night was that Cleveland was the combination roved too 
held to two touchdowns. On six tent for Stobbs nee the Nats 

Jim Lemon hit the only 
homer-for the Nats, his 17th of 
the year. 

There were other occasions 
when all the Nats needed was @ 
sacrifice fly or a single but 
they were foiled by Tom 
Brewer. 


16th for Brewer 


The young Red Sox right 
hander won his 16th of the year 
coming out on top in his duel 
with Stobbs, thanks to the po- 
tent bats of his teammates. 
Stobbs absorbed his ninth loss 
against 10 victories. 


The Red Sox got nine hits 
and the Nats eigh# Williams 
banged his 14th homer in the 
first inning for his only hit of 
the night. White hit his fifth 
homer in the seventh to tie the 
score, 2-2, while Gernert got 
his 12th in the eighth inning te 
win the game. 

Thus, the Red Sox managed 
to stay in second place in front 
of the Cleveland Indians. The 
ambitious Sox now have wou 
25 of their last 35 games. 


Stobbs’ Streak Ends 


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Carries 129 Pounds Today 


Nashua Big Favorite 
In Atlantic City Cap 


By Walter Haight 
Saft Reporter 

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Aug. 10—Nashua, Mr. Millionaire, 
will be out to prove the equine rich get richer here tomorrow. 

The world’s greatest money-winning thoroughbred engages 
in his first RSVP horse race when he tackles eight stout 
rivals in the inaugurai running of the | 
hy invitationonly $100,000 Atlantic id 
City Handicap 

The Nasrullah colt, kept idle last 
Saturday because of a 132-pound 4as- 
signment for the Brooklyn Handicap, 
tdétes 129 pounds in the mile and a 
furlong test and will be ridden by 
Bddie Arcaro who wil] wear the col. 
ors of Leslie Combs, head of the 
Nashua syndicate. 

Despite a weather prediction for 
fair and watm which adds to a good 
beach-day, upwards of 35,000 are ex- 
pected to see Nashua oppose perhaps 
his strongest opposition of the year 
and certainly the most rugged since 
he whipped Sailor and Social Outcast 
in the Widener Handicap three-way 
photo finish last February. 

Nashua, fit enough to give his rivals a fit according ‘o 
horsemen and clockers, in all probability will march post- 
Ward as a 4-to-5 or less favorite. The race will not be on TV. 

AS USUAL, he gives away weight in gobs—from 10 each 
to Llangollen Farm's Mister Gus and Alfred G. Vanderbilt's 
Find to 17 to Christopher T. Chenery'’s Manotick. 

Others in the lineup are: Darby Dan Farm's Skipper Bill, 
115; Maine Chance Farm's Jet Action, 117: Sam Tufano’s Wise 
Margin, 115; Calumet Farm’s Bardstown, 114, and Woodland 
Parm’s Blue Sparkler, 113. 

Jockeywise, the race brings together many of the Nation's 
top performers. In addition to Arcaro, Willie Hartack comes 
Gack to his native East. The country’s saddle champ will 
handle Bardstown. 

Other riders and their assignments are: Eric Guerin, Find: 
Iamae!l Valenzuela, Mister Gus: Walter Blum, Jet Action: Joe 
= * Regalbuto, Skipper Bill; Dick 

McLaughlin, Wise Margin: 

Sam Boulmetis, Blue Spar- 

kler, and Robert J. Martin, 

Manotick. 


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occasions, they took over in- 
side the All Stars’ 45. The pres- 
sure on the game Collegians 
playing defense was unrelent- 
ing. 

Of course, the Browns have 
another potent scoring force. 
Blanked last year, Lou (The 
Toe) Groza also came back with 
a record-setting four field goals 
They were from 44, 37, 34 and 
31 yards 

With Ed Modzelewski run- 
ning g@s hard as he ever has. 
and George Ratterman passing 
cleverly, the Browns went on 
an 80-yard march in the first 
period for their first touch- 
down 

Ratterman cenneécted with 
halfback Fred Morrison for a 
l3-yard strike to culminate it 


Reds.Trounce 
Braves, 8-I: 
Trail by One 


MILWAUKEE, Aug. 10 @ 
Tie Cincinnati Redlegs, aided 
by Ed Bailey's grand slam home 
rum, vaulted into second place 
in the National League tonight 
with an 81 victory over the 
Mfiwaukee Braves 

The triumph put the Redlegs 
ofe game behind Milwaukee 
and a half game ahead of 
Brooklyn, now in third place 
on tonight’s loss to Philadel- 
phia. 

Bailey's home. in the eighth 
over the rightfield wall his 
th of the season, marked the 
first time he had grand 
slammed during his major 

ue career. The blow came 

Bob Trowbridge, who had 
relieved loser Ray Crone at 
the start of the inning 

The victory went to Larry 
Jamsen. formerly of the New 
York Giants and recently of 
the Pacific Coast League, who 
wis making his first start for 
the Redlegs. Jansen gave up 


nine hits. 

ailey’s blast «delivered 
Frank Robinson, Ted Kluszew- 
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NASHUA WON five. of 
eight starts this season and 
21 of 28 in his career for $1, 
236,935. A victory tomorrow 
would net his owners $65,000 


and send his all-time earnings 
to $1,301,965. 

In his last start. Nashua 
merely toyed with his opposi- 
tion in the Monmouth Handi- 
cap when he packed . 129 
pounds to a galloping three 
and one half-lengths victory 
at odds of 3-10. His other 
victories this year were regis- 
tered in the Suburban, Cam- 
den, Grey Lag and Widener. 

Mister Gus and Bardstown 
appear to have the best 
chances of upsetting Nashua 
in their first meeting with 
the monetary monster. 

Mister Gus will offer a 
comparison of the merits of 
Nashua and Swaps. The 
Liangollen star has been 
runnerup to Swaps in three 
of his world’s record-break- 
ing races and established an 
American turf course record 
when he drove to a length 
triumph in the one mile and 
three -sixteenths Arlington 
Handicap in 1:541/5, better- 
ing Swap’s former mark. , 


Associated Press Wirephoto 
son took a flat pass from quarterback George Ratterman, 
ran 13 yards for game's first touchdown late in first quar- Stobbs pitched his ninth : 


ter. The Browns proved too powerful, winning, 26 to 6. plete game of the season and 
his fifth in a row. The loss 


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Morrison (32) runs inte the waiting arms of College All- 
Star back Harry Moore of Arkansas after 3-vard gain in | 
first quarter at Soldiers Field, Chicago, last night. Morri- | 


The Nats 


Snider Fans 


Haddix Stops 
Dodgers for 
Phils, 3-2 


BROOKLYN Aug. 10 & 
Southpaw Hervey Haddix, com 
ing on in ninth-inning relief of 
young Jack Meyer, struck out 
Duke Snider with the bases 
loaded to give the Philadelphia 
Phillies a 3-2 victory over the 
second place Brooklyn Dodgers 
tonight 

Meyer, a 23-year-old right 
hander who hadn't started a 
game since May 22 of Iiast 
year, was the Phillies choice 


Never Pass Browns’ 34 


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when Wit 

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did that in the first 
liams blasted a long 
the rightfield bullpen, a poke 
estimated at 450 feet. 

The Nats tied it in their half 
when Whitey Herzog walked 
and came all the way home on 


Pete Runnels’ long double to 
left center. 


Stobbs’ Hit Wasted 


In the third, Stobbs opened 
with & single and was sacrificed 
along, but Herzog and Runnels 
fanned. Both teams were frus- 
trated in the fourth. 

In the top half, Gernert was 
safe on Eddie Yost’s error and 
was forced by Jackie Jensen, 
who moved to third on Jim 
Piersall’s double. On this oc- 
casion, White flied to Roy 
Sievers. 

In the bottom half, Clint 
Courtney singled and moved 
to third on Lemon's one-out 
double. Herb Plews got an in- 


It was only in the last two 
minutes that the All-Stars al. 
lowed their goalline to be 
crossed again. Gene Filipski' 
went wide on a two-yard run 
to go into the end zone un- 
touched : 

The All-Stars were so inef- 
fective on offense—or the 
Browns so-.strong—they got only 
as close as Cleveland's 34-yard 
line. 

It was an early spurt that 
accounted for the penetration. 
Michigan State's Earl Morrall, 
starting quarterback, started 
with a bang, connecting for an 
‘ll-yvard pass to end Harold 
Burnine of Missouri. 


Browns March 80 Yards 


Then Morrall paced up the 
middie for a first down at 
Cleveland's 43. Hopalong Cas. 
sady, held to 21 yards all night, 
got nine of them. 

Morra!! was hurt on the play 
and lowa’s Jerry Reichow 
promptly had a pass intercept- 
ed in the end zone by Warren 
Lahr. 

That started Cleveland off on 
its 80-yard march. All-Star er- 
rors and failure to move the 
ball then sent Groza into his 


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topped a par-smashing frolic today through the second round || 
of Tam O’Shanter’s $101,200 men’s pro “world” golf tourna-| Bees 
ment with 36-hole totals of 135, nine under regulation. wasieos 

Wininger, the Odessa (Tex.) pro, who led the first round | w,cumcron 
with a seven-inder 65, dropped a 6-foot birdie three putt on nom Xb 
the last hole for a 34, 36—70. 

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when Manager Mayo Smith de- new yORK. Aug. 10 (® 2nd 13th and parring all others. 
cided against starting his south- wickey Mantle’s two-out, ninth. Wininger blew good chances 
paw aces, Haddix and Curt Sim-|jnning double drove in Billy to maintain sole possession of 
mons, against the Dodgers’ pre- Martin from third base to give the lead with a bogey six on 
dominately righthanded batting New York's American League- N°. 9 after wasting a shot in a 
order in cosy Ebbets Field. leading Yankees a 5-4 victory¢'rap, and with a bogey five on 

Meyer made it pay off, giving over Baltimore tonight. , the 17th after leaving himself 
the World Champions just four The winning blow, Mantle’s Sort and chipping poorly. x 
hits and striking out eight be- second double of the game, But the two leaders could Brewer Giannels). WINNE 
fore walking Sandy Amoros to came off ‘reliefer Billy Loes, oast Of only a one-stroke edge . a 
open the ninth. now 1-5. Martin had singled i” the 72-hole romp for Sun : 2 ‘ 

That's when Haddix came on with two out and chugged all 44y's championship payoff of Westbriar Golf 
—retiring pinch-hitter Chico the way to third when the ball 550,000 Westbriar Country (Club fied out. Lemon put the Nats 
automatic kicking performance Fernandez on a sacrifice, losing got past Tito Francona in right- Crowding Middlecoff and wij; hold its third annual im front, 2-1, with his blast in 
that must have become drab, pinch-hitter Jackie Robinson on center. — Wininger at 136 were Peter, medal play tourram it at the the sixth but the Sox tied it 
indeed, to the All-Star bench.|4 W4lk and then intentionally New York, retaining an 8%- Thomson, Jerry Barber, Pete vienna Va. club today and UP im the seventh on White's 

Penn State’s Lenny Moore Walking Reese, after Junior game lead over second place See GOLF, Page 11, Col. 4 Sunday. ? See NATS, Pg. 9, Col, 1 
stirred up a litttle late excite-/Gilliam grounded out, to load Boston, trailed until the ' 
ment with two runs of 23 and the bases and get to Snider. (seventh against starter Ray eae 
9 yards but it was to the’ The Phillies, who now have Moore, who has yet to beat the 
defense that the sportswriters Won 11 of their last 13, got all Yankees in five lifetime de. 
were lookinng for their out- their rums in the second in- cisions. A walk and singles by 
standing All-Star player vote.."ing, one of them unearned, Martin and Yogi Berra tied it 

Maryland’s Bob Pellegrini, a - sagob Sal a in the seventh. 

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BARDSTOWN represents lems. Lemos. White. ornert. El 
the unknown quantity and 
under his weight advantage, 
may find considerable back- 
ing to take the measure of 
Nashua. 

The four-year-old colt, who 
made a belated racing debut 
this year following a series of 
injuries, was regarded “as 
the yearling most likely to 
succeed” among the Calumet 
crop of 1952. 

In eight starts this year, 
the son of Alibhai and Twi- 
light Tear won five races and, 
Mathews, im his one stakes appearance, 

Bailey, S— drove to an impressive two 
| eft Cinsinast! & Wale . — lengths victory in the Equi- 
poise Mile. 

Find has finished in front 
of Nashua on two occasions 
this year, although the Van- 
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| returned the victor in the 
events. The son of Discov- 
ery finished third in the 
Gulfstream Park Handicap 
with Nashua in fifth place 
and. in The Metropolitan, 

Find was third a neck before 

the Combs’ colt. 


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NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y., 
Aug. 10 #-—Frankie Frisch, 
member of Baseball's Hall of rt f 
Fame and one of the sport's re mere —Ss= | f 
alltime great second basemen, Breekiva - 
is in the New Rochelle Hospi- ones, Hamner, 
tal suffering from a heart at- 
tack but his physician tonight 
reported his condition good. He!pp 
is 58. 

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but that he was not ready to| i. 
say whether it was a coronary 
attack. 

“It'll probably be Monday 
before we know for sure,” said 
Dr. Vaughan. “But as of now 
he ts resting comfortably. He’ 
is in an oxygen tent but that 
is routine treatment.” 

Frisch, who -has been con- 


Lightburn Wins 
Over Zulueta 


NEW YORK, Aug. 10 @# 
Ludwig Lig‘tburn, 141, fight- 
ing like a man with a grudge. 
got even ‘vith Orlando Zyjutta, 
135%. for a July 3 defeat by. 
climbing all over the Cuban 
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® unanimous decision in a 10- 
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which he carried 128 pounds. 

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afid Referee A! Ber! had it 63-1, 
all for Lightburn. The AP card 
Was 82 for Lightburn. 


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NATIONAL LEAGUE 
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~ THE PROMOTION-minded., ' 


Nats will inaugurate another 
feature before the Red Sox 
Bame at Griffin Stadium to- 
Right when they literally will. 
Bive away money. 
~ The promotion is designat- 
@d as “Pot o’Gold Night” and 
ill be supervised by Joe 
l, the veteran “Barnum 
the Bushes,” who has tried 
e stunt successfully many 
mes in the Southern Asso- 
tion. 
» Engel 
ee eager attanooga club 
as since staged 
Sood Night for other clubs 
his league suffering from 
of attendance. 


inated the idea 
the Pot . 


attending tonight's game will , 


be given a special ticket with 
a number. Then a lucky num- 
ber will be selected and the 
man or woman (or boy or 
girl) selected will be given a 
large sack. At the pitcher's 
mound will be a bathtub 
filled with coins. The lucky 
customer will be allowed to 
keep all he can carry away. 

It's not as easy as it sounds 


ducting television shows after 
the New York Giant games at 


the Polo Grounds, did his regu- 
lar show yesterday with Man- 
ager Mayo Smith as his guest. 

On returning home Mrs. 


Frisch said he looked tired’ 
and complained “my heart is 


‘bothering me. 
Frisch, who came out 


of 


Fordham University to make 
the Giants varsity in his first 


because the record for this . 


sort of thing is only $920. The 


bag gets heavy with all. 


those coins and it takes 


strong man to lift over $400 | 


worth. - 
The game itself, in defer- 
ence to the stunt, will start 


|.15 minutes later tonight at 


1937 


The old Fordham Flash man- 


| aged the Cardinals, Pirates and 
The idea is that spectators | 8:15 instead of 8—Bob Addie. ‘Cubs in the National League. 


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New York ... 
585 


Cleveland . 
Chicage .... 
Detroit ..... | ; 
Baltimore .. ) AM 
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New York. . 38 
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Spectators Duck Ball, Spill Drinks Al Kaline 


Ball Park ‘Beer Pen’ Draws Full House; 
Lemon’s Homer Scatters Sudsville Fans | Hits Homer 
Because of rising 


(See Picture, Page 55) Baer. are four sections, | White’s went over the kegs Ek Ti 

three rows deep, seating nine | into th h w rer- | ; ¥ 
The Nats played to a full | people in a mag . met po er a gy Bt : or Isers costs the industry's 
house in their new beer gar-| "As expected, the first | went into the left-field bull- | , major tire compa- 
den or “beer pen," as the | splash into “Sudsville” came | pen. Ted Williams’ homer |- DETROIT, Aug. 10 @!’ . hy boosted 
wags christened the new | when Jim Lemon blasted his | went into the right-">Id bull- |Right-hander Dick Donovan oo i et os 4 
area where precedent was | homer in the sixth inning of | pen. pitched the Chicago White Sox prices on retailer's 
shattered last night with the | the Nats’ game with the Red | Stadium concessionaires re- |to their fifth victory In a row) current tire pur- 
sale of brew for the first |. Sox. ported the first night's re- tonight, limiting the Detroit . P . 
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Nis ‘ ing the beer when the ball | estimated ‘they disposed of |umph. ‘cei - 
There was a constant | fortunately landed in the | 42 cases or approximately | It was Cheago’s sixth win at oh hea gagayy MAR 
crowd by actual count, of ap- | aisle. Two spectators, in | 1000 bottles of beer. Briggs Stadium without a sét- KET T i R E Co. 
proximately 100. Some never | ducking the ball, spilled their | Incidentally, it was only | back. WILL HOLD THE 

moved out of their seats | beer. coincidence that, just to fit | Al Kaline’s seventhin ning) , 
while others imbibed one The homers hit by Sammy | the occasion, a fellow named homer, his 23d, ruined Dono- LINE on premium 
beer and then made way for | White and Dick Gernert | Brewer (Tom) was on the hill |van’s shutout. Nellie Fox hit a grade and first line 


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Charles Town Charts Speed King Jenkins “ig rf Bo) ‘e Roger Tops 
) Dies of Heart Attack oh Pe : ield in -, 
Sehwartz | MILWAUKEE. Aug 10 7—Time, the only opponent Ab With Stars D. C. Tennis. 


Jenkins ever feared. caught up with the old speed king late 
‘TH ORANGE. NX. J. last night and be died of 2 heart attack. NORFOLK, Va, Aug. 10) Ted Rogers, twice a winner 
@—Ham Richargecn’ *™* 73year-cld race Griver and former mayor of Sait Lake Three players from the Arling- of the tournament, will he 
City collapsed as he was returning im ton area will be on the West ded No. 1 ‘im the District 
wees 2m sutomobile to his hotel f @ ‘squad for the first annual All. 5°e¢e¢ SO. 1 im the 
Milwaukee-St. Louis baseball ble- Star Scholastic football game of Columbia men’s singles ten- 
header NE ty CP at Foreman Field here Satur- nis tournament. scheduled to 
2 George Bourke, 2 Milwaukee ma day night at 8 o'clock. , 
. Se, Pale’. muidiy. im, the as — eee 5 est eighth w 5 . who was driving. took es ype a Plone Miner of Washing- ro ayy 4 East Potomac 
SECOND RACK—About 4% furlenss. Pore, $1 : - : , i 7 mnearby service station ca ® tomLee at tackle and Mike Rogers, former United States 
S-vear-olds: claiming oft : J : ime. ‘ ; poise arnttulance Jenkins was pro- Agee. George Washington, and junior emeten’ is making his 
Grune: Pee eine Rocks. Treined by B Payne nounced dead at County Emergency fon Gardiner, Wakefield, will sieetaemaes ts Gee 
31 Hespital. be in the backfield. Agee, a “8t appearance in the tourney 
Jenkins, 2 stocky, white-haired man Washington All-Metropolitan '” ag? cong re yg Age 
whe only recently had to start wear- celection will play quarterback 4) oteve Potts pot com 
me giasses pay blue eyes, set his and Gardiner will be at_half- or scoted  winbien tues 
cst record in back. * ; 
At bis death, he still held half a The West squad will start a oy te & Cog 4: Dove 
deren speed and endurance marks. ine averaging five pounds more ines 7 A: a. t elf Beck’ No’ 6. 
Among Jenkins records that still nor man than the East. Ned Mc- oa ’ eh . - c — Wot 
stand are these Donald, former coach at Vir- Davis Ne og NO. ¢, an 
290 miles at 196 miles per hour. = sinia University will handle the whe ¢ ae oy PEED ERE 8 
1000 miles at 172 miles per Rowr. West squad and Tommy Thomp- 1.04 today and Sunday at 
3000 miles af more than 165 miles per hear. son, former William and Mary sae ton y a oo , seen 
July 20, 1951, wher he was only three minutes away and Philadelphia Eagles center, "1. Rock Creek courts 16th 
setting a mew one-hour record on the Bonneville Salt ~ ij) coach the East. a oe , co - - a 
skidded into 2 course marker and damaged the que EAST TEAM mennedy as. nw., for 
nn —————. gadiator of his famous “Mor- EXDS—Smyth Weed. Norview, Morris remaining rounds. 
mon Meteor Newport "Wises Acts Brulich. Chareh- oo.; ¥ a Gone = eenaa 5 eng 
Climbing out of the car, he OU ce Bennett, ‘Ghen@tentt Cotes, ve. Bob Johnoon: Seymour 
said it was his last race. Birk Phores. gous aa ee Witsen: Mack Fer ba Yee: Ren 
“At 68 I've outworn the Maery of Norfolk. —~--4 = he MeSurety: 
eut' place drivigs. Winner. J car.” he said am og D is: Bd Ww mes : 
~ Impulse—BHope Eterna! at 2 F nt d But last June 7. yw oy to n s. G by. |e ie: cm m i, Ben 
+ 30". we OE = i : . establish a new 2¢hour en- Maddex ys. Bn 
/ 14 2 % 1° ‘pout 7 7 —— Tennis Squa '  d@urance auto speed record. BACKS pis Lemmeond. @ re Carl Hannah; Dick White vy v7 
NEW YORK. Acc i¢ o& He ded it, with some heip ' Gene 
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eX e 3* 3 NTS ROCE—Abest 7 furiomes Pacer 50 . + : : 4 gore: records there, he aroused the the Ages, LOWEST PRICES 
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, sseee: 1-02 tractor B. Kelly, president of the At- 


That ¢areer ended in 1926 Jlentic City race track and father ' 
«hen he drove from New of Monaco’s Princess Grace, to- Regulators 
York to Sam Francisco in 86 day was voted racing's “man 
hours and 20 minutes—faster of the year” by the board of di- ALL MAKES 
than any train had made the rectors of the Jockeys’ Guild., 
trip at that time. From then Kelly will be guest of honor REPAIRED tog EXCHANGED 
on be engaged in combat at the Guild's annual dinner- 


with the “old man with the dance in New York Sept. 29. 4 ) 
hour glass.” . 8 J. PAYNE 
—— Minors Draft Dec. 3 
BUT JENKINS was always new YORK, Aug 10 @ 181@ L Street W.W, 
as interested in safety 25 Im Charlies Segar, secretary of pe 2 
baseball, announced today that. Hectrical Experts’ since 1919 


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Alexandria Ball, » 46-year-old club pro 


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400-meter freestyle in 5 min 
utes. 10 seconds flat. She had 
set the record in yesterdays 
triais with 5:10.7 

Mariey Shriver of 
geles finished second | 
and Susan Gray of the Walter 
Reed S. C.. beat out Shellie 
Mann for third m 5:15 
fiat. Both made the team, how 
eve! 

Ford Konno. double Olympic 
gold medalist in the 1962 
games, squeezed onto the 


| cys 


place 


American team in a final event om 
af the program by winning the ;. 
men’s 200-meter freestyle final. ¥ - 
individual 8: 
event on the Olympic program, - 


This is not an 
but was held to pick four men 
for the 800-meter relay. 
Konno. of the Cincinnati §S 
C.. was timed in 2:104 followed 


by Richard Tanabe of Hawaii —°"* 
in 2:12 flat, George Harrison, = 
and } 
Perry (Tim) Jecko, of Washing- >. 
ton. D. C. and New Haven S.C. ! 


Berkeley, Calif. 2:124 


2:13.1. These four.make up the 
relay team 

American record-holder Ka 
ren Cone of Ridgewood. \. J 
harely beat Maureen Murphy 
of Portland. Ore.. to win the 
women's 100-meter backstroke 
finals. The third qualefier 
Mary Ann Marchine of 
dianapolis 


Clese Finish Causes Delar 


The finish was so close that 
many thought Miss Murphy 
touched the finish line frst 
and there was a delay im an 
mouncing the official time 

Miss Cone was timed 
minute 15 seconds flat, 6 of a 
second slower than her record 
time set in yesterdays qualli- 
fying Misses Murphy and 
Marchino had an identical 
Mocking of 1:15.2, with Miss 
Murphy awarded second place 

George Breen, Buffalo, \. Y 
world record holder, won the 

1500-neter freesivie 

in 18 minutes 137 sec 

qualifying for the team 
aiong with George Onekea of 
Hawaii and David Radcliffe. 22 
yearold Army private of Laos 
Angeles Onekea was timed 
in 18:49.7 and Radclifie in 
19-17.15 

The final nights program 
was delayed nearly an hour by 
power failure 

Earlier, Pat Keller McCor- 
mick, double Olympic gold 
medalist and young Gary To- 
bian led an _ allCalifornia 
sweep in i10-meter platform 
berths in diving tryouts. 

Mrs. McCormick, 26-year-old 
Los Angeles housewife. came 
from behind with a spectacular 
final dive to beat out two old 
rivals in the women's high- 
board, Paula Jean Myers of In- 
dian Springs, Calif. and Mrs 
Juno Irwin of Pasadena. Calif 

They finished 1-2-3, the exact 
erder in which they placed in 
the 1952 Olympics at Helsinki 
Mrs. McCormick won the 3} 
meter springboard trial« earher 
for a chance to shoot at an wn- 
precedented repeat double slam 
at Melbourne 


Tebian Has Big Lead 
Tobian, 20-vearold two-time 


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Sate? 49-11 


the National PGA this year, 
Morgan apened the pragream by ewig the freestyle banged out 34. 35—69 
———~ etn Gn DET te eclipse the off «Among these dropping far 

mark bei be Jock Strand of off the pace Were Jack Burke. 
the Pacific Sesociation by nine Masters and National PGA 
champion. and leading money 


Printers. Pry 


End Season 
Lamy of (he Pacific Associa a leathery-faced Cooper, a 


With Victories «x 


. the $5. 137-pound 
mate from Los Angeles, posted 
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The Leaders 


CRITIC aco Aas. 0 (AP)—Seeend 

reand im the “wert” men's pre 

tuermement «¢ Tam © Shanter: 
tninger. Tex 


In another 
North Ellipse ’ 
feated Federal Storage. 54 

FBI meets first-half chamgrn 
Silver Hill for the league charm - 
pionsmp in 2 best-of-three 5 
games serice begining Ture 
dav. 41! games will be pleved op 
the South Edliper at 330 


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Thomson, 26, winner of the 
* British Open the last three 
years, fashioned 36, 32—-66.| 
: - His great second nine included 
_—Bauk Sh birdies on the two long holes, 
rer’ a. STORAGE S0CK FET am I8foot putt for three on 
, € No. 12 and another birdie three 
om the 373-yard No. 17 with a 
nineirom approach one inch 
from the cup 
Mickey Wright. the long 
hitter from Chula Vista. Calif. 
naintaimed her lead in the 
515.008 women pros division 
with a 75 for a total of 146. 
“x under par. Betty Jameésbdn 
with 76 and Mariene Bauér 
Hagge with 71 were next at 
149 


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ORALGE Va fog 10 
~ Tie Vaseegiem area olay 
Ts Seta: gaened 
Doe! coum? of the second an 
pou! Ree Ridge ivitation 
Tens wages lems ehamgion- 
=p ant twee etrect players 


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Qame ca mo 
fERERaL sTenecs = 
‘ack FRY Jac 
womens amateur di 
the tourney Ann 
Richardsen. Columbus, Ohio 
rit Canis —Pet Stes set a2 womens cource record 
aa Se ‘ Caw oa ; : ._wee 2 six-under-par W to 
oe Sewer | ~< grab a six-stroke lead at the 
Storris | Bros . halfway point. The 20-year-old 
Berber) Howe of Prederichsburg, 6—@, blonde knc~ 2d one stroke off 
0-1 | the amateur mark of 71 set by 
wrt Smith in 1954. 
Ward Wettlaufer led the 
_mens amoteur division by 


ber 
(a) and 
“8 for 143 and Barkow had a 


Indians Reported. | | (aS for 
Seeking Biko: : : “ t , zs WOMEN'S PRO — zs 
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CLEVELAND ‘iz WwW *® 

The (Cleveland “ews saxt & 

day ut had learped thal (.enera 

Manager Hark Greenberg of 

the Cleviend Indians = on ihe 

second trip to the Pac: rr Cases 

vithin a2 week mm an effort i 


Big Weekend 
obtain Steve Bike, sugpeng 


former major league farst base Mt Old Dominion 
” "The newspaper said Joho Starts Tonight 


Holland, presidert of the Las 

Angeles team of the Panic MNANASESS Va. July A 
Coast League. has pul 2 $2. ™E ef racing begins 
000 price tag on Bilke, who has @ O88 Derunmiem Speedway 
hit 47 home runs ¢his seecen mgit with the run 
and batted 367 through Aug. 1." | 
It added that Mallend oni 
catde there war mo chance of 
Bilko bemg sold until the end 
of the season 


Mrs. Noble Wins 
Kenwood Golf 


Mrs. George NVotie won te . 
naweg - ps sae Cup wure of SU) wateerseles will com. CINCINNATI Ang 10 © 
eee le Be con tt oe: 2 pete om the Eastere Store Drag Yershell Freeman, the Cincin- 

. Raceg ‘anhoree nati Redlegs star ;elief pitcher 


net score 77—_4—Z3 Whrs 
Noble also won the gree prin whe was hurt vesterday, will 
he lost te the club at least until 


but elected to take the met on Ciifferd Aum Creed 
7 Sunday. it was announced to- 


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Mixed Doubles Tennis 
Starts This Morning 


; Play begins thie morning in 
ave being taken the second annual Washington 
Reeres- Geif and Country Club's invita- 
victery of the season westerGer Ger Degartrest’s annual fail onal mixed doubles tennis 
as Quantico defeated Solimg totem ‘e®urmeme nt. Sugust tournament. 

Air Force Base, 164. at Bolling 13-09 ot Poor Wile Bun Mar 
Eastman’s threevear rereréd @ Toupgeiers wisiing tw 


Mike Eastman. who xa be For Temmis Entries 
discharged from ‘the Marie 


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POST and TIMES HERALD | Washington Charchmen 


Saturday, August 11, 1956 


4 Confident Living 


Bringing the Best 
Out of Yourself 


By Norman Vincent Peale 


P | : 
Recentiv I met a distinguished European violinist, on his way to mass from the ree-, 
, tory when he saw trapped in a) 


‘Possum Helps 


By Kenneth Dole / wet 
Btaft Reporter | 


An opossum came down from 


Georgetown University and 
helped the pastor of Holy Trin- 


) 


‘ity Church work out a sermon 


whose distinction as a musician has earned him a world- 


wide reputation 


He had come to this country to giv 


e window grating 8 
‘sum. The window opened into! 


‘that had real Pentecostal fire.) 


The Rev. Emory A. Ross was 


: 


2-foot "por 


» concert on a famous violin, a Guarneri, made two hun- sn, wine cellar and it appeared 


dred years ago in the work-’ 


shoos of the famous Guarneri 
family of Cremona, in Italy. 

We always think, in our 
country, of a Stradivarius as 
the world’s greatest violin. But 
this concert performer, while 
highly respecting that make, 
believes that his particular 
violin is greater than the 
Stradivarius. Almost since his 
Guarneri was made, it has 
heen in the private collection 
of a very wealthy fmaily. For 
two centuries, it has lain in 
ite case on a velvet pad and 
has been played only a few 
times And. now, it is in ac- 
tive use for the first time 

t asked the violinist if it 
would be necessary to work 
with the Guarneri for a while 
hefore it could be brought up 
to its best form 

“Ah. yes,” he 
asleep lt doesnt know its 
own power and beauty. I must 
play it until I wake it up and 
when | do -there will pour 
from it riotous melody 
harmony 

The thought occurred to me 
then that far too many of us 
lie asleep and ineffective, wait- 
ing for a master touch to 
awaken us and fill us with life. 
For there is great power in 
each of us, much greater pow- 
er than we «ealize or even 
dare imagine. This power was 
huilt into us in the process of 
creation and we cannot lose 
it—but we can permit it to 
lie dormant 

What is this mysterious 
power? There is no mystery 
about it—it is simply God- 
power and every child of God 
has it. The Bible says, “The 
Kingdom of God is within 
wou.” And what is the King 
dom of God? It is the as 
sembling together of God's 
riches. His powers, His great- 
nese and His goodness It is 
in vou and. by wise and proper 
use of it, you can change any- 
thing in your life that needs 


said It's 


doing our best. There is no 


reason why we should be de ern Shore boy, knew an opos 


, ny- sums 
feated and victimized by any oe canal te refined. fe he Oe 


~~ cided against trying to pull ft 
across the strings of & violin through the grating and retired 
and, if you know how to do into the rectory. He went down 
, empty box. 


instrument and bring out the Altar Bey Aids Capture 


thing. You can draw a bow 


technique, you can waken tha 


most beautiful musie from 


within in. 


know the, technique. 


the anima! had gravitated there 
from GU. 


How do you waken held the box up to ft. The ‘pos 
a human being and bring out sum, naturally, played dead. 
the best within him. You must’ He told an altar boy outside to 
push it in. “Who is it?” asked 


Father Ross. a former East- 


teeth were as sharp as 


He opened the window and 


Fortunately for all of us, the the boy. “It's Father Ross,” he 
technique is relatively simple. said. 


It is thinking and believing in 
terms of faith. 
faith? 


It ic not merely intellectual 4nd 
doctrine. pro. whence it was taken back to its 
i 


ef. natural habitat. 


assent te some 


position or creed. It is be 


That was good enough au 


And what is thority, so the boy took a stick 
Faith is the releasing 427d shoved the animal in. The 
mechanism of a human being. Priest clapped 4 stave over it 


THE REV. EMORY A. ROSS 
- ++ paster of Holy Trinity Cathelie Church, Georgetown 


Priest on Sermon 


ys. “ss 


|Set Sunday 


Sunday 
They bope te make the Suild But Mr. 
experimental laboratory of. The 


3513 34th st. mw. last week and across the country 
worship serv- the church 


ia “ eer 


Church Homemade T 
For Christian Witness 


Ministers. 
to understand it 


Cosby. 


better. 
Womeldorf stayed 

son of 

missionaries, he was bern in 


Services will be held in the Shanghai and educated at vari- 
at 1! a m On the vas American colleges. Several 

floor, church members will of these he attended during © 
attend one-night-e-week classes and after the war under the 
im church history, the Bible. Navy training program, from 
Christian (starting 1945-1950. In 1952 he graduated 
with Ged and ending with from George Washington Uni- 


eternal life). 


and Christian versity. 


mn 1955 he graduated from 


I 
The second floor will be the Union Theological Seminary, 


*Richmond. Va., trainin 


schoo! 


Under the name of Church for Southern Pres an 
of the Master, the congress clergy 
them has been worshipping the By this time the Church of 
past year at the Church of the the Savior was suffering from 


Saviear. 
ave. ne 


225 Massachusetts the pressures of growth. It 


would destroy its purpose if it 


The congregation was formed became a large church. If it 


The annual collection fer the bers 


Catholic Youth Organization of 
Washington and three sum Church member. They give asion. But if it sponsored « 


mer camps for deserving chil- 


and comsecrate 


Jume 7%. 1955. with mime mem- started another church in alli- 


ance with itself, it would ereate 


temth of their income te the new church within the frame 
church for of a nestablished denomination, 


dren will be taken Sunday 1" Gods use their talents and it could give up some of its 
ll Catholic churches im (h® abilities, promising te serve members to this church and : 


: 2 
Staff Prete Archdiocese of Washingior 
Camps te be sided are the 


Merrick Boys 
Md. St 


took his prize upstairs. 


Ghost descended “like a dove,” life was Alfredo Oswald, his Md; 


meent de 
summer comp ai. 
and Christ Child 


and the Bible uses that word Father Ross returned to the , nigeon, probably one of those! piano teacher at Peabody, who for Girls, Island 


in its real Anglo-Saxon sense, Church, 
a thought. 
word meaning “akin to God.” the children’s mass—was com- chureh turret, 


deriving. as it does, from 


his head bent 


Nine o'clock their home 


making 


mase— 


So the secret ic ta achieve ing up and he wanted to work from. behind the altar. 


ands real sense of being akin to the story of the ‘possum into) 


God 


living by that faith and that tongues as of fire”; Father Ross'\4iq you do it?” 


belief 


within you 
There is nothing theoretical 


about this process. I have seen'#"d_ sanctified them, he will 
it happen to thousands of peo- suide and sanctify you, because) 
can you have immortal souls. But years, rooming there with H 
Never forget the Holy Ghost has no concern| ard Mitchell, now conductor of and coached soccer. 
the basic fact about yourself—|with the short-legged animealithe National Sym 
you are greater and finer than that tried to get into my wine/ciose friend, he 

Follow the tech- cellar this morning 


ple and am certain it 
happen to you 


you think 


And, when you actual- told how the Third Person of] 
ly live by it, you are bound the Trinity prompted the Apos-|nriest ca 


to bring out the best that is\tles to set out and propagateltions not 
the Christian faith. 


“As the Holy Ghost o will sieetet He is an 


nique I have suggested and Opposum is a creature of in-‘version to Catholicism. 
vou will awaken yourself to Stinct. He doesn’t have an im- Teacher Advised Him 


a hetter life than you have ™ortal soul. In fact, he doesn't 
, even know he's an opossum 
“But you are different. The was quite a feat for a manried of 
Holy Ghost is working in your named Emory. Father Ross sus- From 1947 to 1951 he was pre- 

pects he is the only Catholic fect of discipline at George = ™*. 
priest named after the noted town College, and the next two 
Metholdist preacher. He came years assistant director of the 


known before 
1954. Bell Sredicate Ince 


ever 
Ceorrienht 


Pope Dispenses Fast 


day granted «a dispensation 


from fasting and a 


sou! 

raise you up as high as you 
CASTEL GONDOLFO, Italy, ¥4nt to go." 

Aug. 10 @—Pope Pius XII to prowvidential Act 


hetinence| This was an illustration made 


every moment and will 


in the became a Jesuit brother 
swooped down same day his wife entered @ 


The congregation, and 
It is more than merely his sermon. The sermon dealt preather, too, were impres thought to the sacred 


affirming that you have faith|with the descent of the Holy|Rut afterwards a skeptical pa 


and that you believe—it is|Ghost in the form of “parted)richioner queried. “Father, how »; 4; 


. Asa 
te that he Father Ress’ Alm 
He returned to Woodstock Six District bers are amons 
for studies in theology, 1941.45, more than 709 winners in the 


For the’ helped a little in Mitehell’s con- 


the They give free 


Carmelite convent. Oswald en- 
couraged his student to give 
: ration 


In 1932, when he was 25 years vities 
old, he went to the Jesuit house now 


and 
The red-headed, story-loving Sent. 8, 1934, he took his vows 
n draw on recollec-\and entered -on his juniorate 


only from the clois-\From 1936 to 1939 he studied =” 
‘ters but from the world of : Rev. Patrick A 


hilosophy at Woodstock Col-yisno5 of Weshington 


accomplished \iege Woodstock, Md. The next 
ist, having studied pt Pea three years he taught English 


y Institute, Baltimore, Sif and Latin at Georgetown Prep. 6 T). . Youths Win N 
Ford Arts Awards ~ 


had charge of the school paper. 


and was ordained June 18, 1944 


To have had a part in this His “Tertianship.” or third pe- 


training. followed 


> which 
Patterson Junior High. He tock oo «son 


Him “with a lively and creative keep its own size under control. 
' imagination.” They study the So it started the Church of 
— at N2”-\Scriptures at least 15 minutes the Master as a unit of the 


. amd pray an equa! length; Southern Presbyterian denomi- 


me. They strive to be full: 
Chrié¢tians and make their 
Iife “a witmess te God's 


mE grace 


| prototype of the Chuch 
orphans and children whose of the Master is the Church 


constructive leisure time arti 


An 


nation 

“While experimenting inside 
the denomination, we intend te 
keep some of the things we 
have learned in the Church.of . 
the Savior.” Mr. Womelderf 


says 
His wife. the former Faith 


Dougherty. daughter of Proctor 
+ L. Dougherty, District Commis 
sioner in the 1920s, is hap 


about the new home of t 


Marshall. widow of Peter Mar-'Church of the Master. It was 


shall and « best-selling reli-| purchased 
writer. in the Reader’s\assistance of 

igest. described how the mem-| 
bers of the Church of the'$4000 


Sails 


of 


hedist Church. 


wil serve 


partiy with the 
the Potomac 
Presbytery, which contributed 


ew Fort Hunt Church 
Opens Services Sunday 


ugete Thomp- | 


A native of Rirmingham. 


the new Ala. Mr. Thompson was grad- 


the 


uated from Birmingham South- 
ern College and the Vanderbilt 
School of Religion. He has 
served churches in Tennessee, 
Alabama and Massachusetts. 
Prior to coming here he was 
at Boston University, where he 
did work on «a doctorate in 


changing and overcome any 
dificulty 

There is no reason at all 
why anv of us should not be 


our best selves, giving and # Mary 


Baptist Baptist 


this year for Catholics on Aug 
14. the eve of the feast of the 
Assumption of the Blessed Vir- 


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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA <i 
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Sixteenth and O Streets, N.W. 


dramatic by something that had 
just happened. But it was not 
so providential as what oc’ 
curred the previous Pentecost.| 

As he described how the Holy 


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ee Lewes 1 5.9 
Weebinctce 1. 8B. C 
Alfreae W Hueret. DD Minister 


Methodist and building con-)Guild and Mission Bureau. He 
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by his religion 
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from his mother. | 


THE ROCK SPRING 
CHURCH 


on Aug. 14, 1953. 


of 
their souls.” He is also trying Junior High, $80 


_—- 


SPR ERES - 


Edward Hughes 
Robert J 


Arnott. interim Associate Minister 


Pruden, Minister 


9.30 ard |! 
430% 8 30PM 


SHAKE MEN'S SOULS.” 


00 AM.—Speaker 
dent, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. 
—Evening Fellowship Program in Fellowship Hall 


Mr. Amott speaking at 8:00 P.M 


Dr. Duke K. McCall, Pres 


on the top, “TIMES THAT 


Church School 9:30 A.M.; Nursery Provided at a! Services 


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


a, 


6483 AM .RBible School 


Grorgrtown Baptist Church 
IN THE HEART OF GEORGETOWN” 
Ziet and N Streets, Northwest 
Rev W O. Kersey, Minister 


11-00 AM —Guest Minister, Dr 
Wednesday, 8007 


john €. Briggs 
Prayer Service 


ROBERT E 
Rible 
Mren ng 


Schnol 


9.30 AM. 


“THE FORGIVENESS 


Rey Hoover 


745 PM 


8.00 P.M 


“GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 


9 St. and South Caroline Ave. SE. (at Penns. Ave) 
MARTIN F. CLOUGH, TH.D., Pastor 
HOOVER, Assistant Pastor 


Worshio Services at 1) AM— 
“THE ANOINTING OF THE SPIRIT” 


preacr 
Wednesday Praver Meeting 


AIR. CONDITIONED 


Ws Preach the Old Fachioned Gore! 


430 PM.—8. T. U 


OF Sin.” 


ng af nom services 


9.00 and 


10 90—Church School 
10:5$0—Organ Recital 
4435 P M.—Youth Groups 
7.00 PM 
730 P.M 


Jesoer Serwece 


Calvary Baptist Church } 


Sth and H Streets, a ms 
Clarence W. Crantord, Minister’ Chester H. Jones, Assoc. ‘. 
"thames Mens Orgonis Frank A. Meberiein, Minister of Music 
ATM NDITIONED SANCTUARY 
(1-15 AM—Worshio Services. “ONCE SAVED, AL- 


Service tor the Deat—Mr. Francis C. Higgins, leading 
“GOD'S MARCHING ORDERS, 
Rev Donald McAliphine, speaking 


Voreery epen dartnge al! services 


WAYS SAVED” 


9-43 am.—Sunday School 
11:00 am 
4390 om Training Union 
7 as om 
Benadcast Over Station WEAN 


Trh and Randolph Streets N.W. 


PETWORTH ” 


“WEARTS THAT GOD TOUCHED,” Mr 


“LESSON FROM DEBORAH,” Pastor Morgan 
100.3 Me) 


5. Lewle Mergen, Jr., Paster 
Brown Hughes, Assoc. Paster 


Kerth 
Harding, Guest Speaker 


40 Services) 


‘ Nersery 


Norman T. Chase, Minister of 


Roersery ef All Services 


9.40 aom— 
w 


METROPOLITAN conan 


6th and A Streets N.E. 


Music 


11.00 AM. and 7.30 PM— 
Messages by Dr. Clyde W. Tayler, 
Secretary of Affairs, National 
Association of Evangelicals 
Sunday School " 6:10 p.m.—Training Union N 
ednesday, 7.55 ° M —" THE HOUR OF POWER 
A Friendly Charch with « Goipadl Menage 


Eee 


BETHESDA Fi 


0 Sea 


og ye EN 


Pg ee ee ee 


Janis Cripe, Christian Educetios 


11.08 AM —~Wershie end Germen - 


Reet Berinegs Little Palle 
Reed 
Wersnie at 8.30 A M. 


Ceeet Spearer 
Marvin MePeaters 


FAIRFAX COUNTY sumwen senvices st cmunce srs 
Rev. Bebert 6 Beckwith. Minieter—Parsenace Phene CR. 45-1889 
$:30 AM.—Worship Service, Nursery for pre-schoel Chiléren 


Gerden Geet. B.D... 
Ach. Directer of Mesto 


8.30 AM —Half-hour Service 
11:00 AM.—Moerni Worshio. Sermon: “THE KMACK OF 
- MG WHAT COUNTS,” by the Reverend ® 


CONGREGATIONAL 
10th & G Sts., N.W. 


Minister of Music, Whitford L. Hal! 
Helen |. Troutman, Organist 


—Farrity Warship Service 
“LITTLE ROOMS WHERE NEW WORLDS ARE MADE” 
(Nursery 9:30 end 11 AM) 


Lutheran Lutheran 


930 AM 
11:00AM 


Minister | 


Church of the Reformation 


312 EAST CAPITOL STREET 


Pastors’ Dr Lewreace D Folhewer, Bee Donald OW Priege, Arsorsate 
Dr Ooecer F Blackwelder. Pastor Pmerittus; /ule Zebawse. Minister of Muse 


9 and 11:00 A. M—"WHAT CHRISTIANITY DID POR mE” 
Pastor Prigge 
9 and 11:00 A. M.—Children’s Church & Music Instruction 
9.12 
Sunday Church School fer al! ages 
6:00 P M —Sundey Evening Club. 


LUTHER PLACE | CHRIST LUTHERAN 
MEMORIAL sth & Gotete oa BO. 7A 9-67 18 


Mth & 8, Ne pe P en cee 
rs am end J mn. 
at The Lather States Morning Worship 


on me unl ST. PAUL'S 


The Rer wee S Mars 
aos Copncstions Sco 36 Cont O EW 


@urtne aff servicers oe Ay NEY ee Paster 
, arts ner.” Banite 


Wureers 
98 AM —Chureh Schoo) 
Virginia 


TRE SERVICE 
GOOD SHEPHERD» 


#46 end 11:00 AM 
Sredéeck Bad end Larey Avenue 


cru) RIGHTEOUANES® 
Or Pree 
400 PMHYoune Adult Pellewenie 
Veceties Chereh Sebeo! 
Monder-Priday. § AM Neve 
Free Seeder Partivg 
Ovpeditec the Cherct 


ue 11:00 ou t apermang Werenep 

HOLY TRINITY 

FALLS CHURCH 
Arent res eo 
8:30-11 A.M.—Morning 
9:45 A.M.—Church School 


St. Paul’s Lu 


AUGUSTANA 


Lutheran 


20 ane 113 om Werke 
, VIRGINIA pe: 
Faith Lutheran ~~“ ROR 


Chere Gehecl Geesiens: 8:99 & 11° om 
Superciesd Bursary ot § 16 and [1 08 6m. 


Worship | 


—e 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA | 


school each Sunday at 11 a. m 


church history 
The Thompsons and 


their 


two children res‘'de at 1142 W. 


Wakefield dr. Alaxandria. 


Postponed Picnic 
nian atte Be Held Sundae 


will hold services 
school classes in the 


Tickets to the Missionhurst 
____ |Family Day Pienie, which was 


Cathedral 
Daily Services 
7:30am. Noon, 4o.m 
Steve De, —_O88G0N 


Washington 
Massachusetts and 
Wisconsin Ave. N.W. 


ELEVENTH SUNDAY 
After Trinity 


8:00 A.\Qq—+Holy Communion St. Mary's Chesel—- 
The Rev. Cenon Luther D. Atle 
9.30 AM.—Hoely Communion—Bethicher Chanel— 
The Rev. Richerd A. Norra, Generel Theciogical 


Sem inary 
11:00 AM—Momning Preyer and Sermon—The Rev. Conon Luther 
. Miller . 
4:00 P_M.—tvensong—The Rev Thome: Georse McAlister 
Vicar, St. Andrews, Southport, Liverpoel, Exclend 
Regular Guided Tours—Daily from 9 am. to 3 bm. and 
Swaday: following the 11 2m. and 4 Dam. serewet 


A | Sapengepe 
Aid Serine "Prarer wack Sermon DY the Rev Warren © Mose 
8:00 PM —dvening Prayer with Sermon OF Wr °o Gree 
ST. ALBANS _ Masechusetts and Wisconsin Aves NW 
~ Ee 
7145 AM —Hoely Communion 


1) 6 AM —Merning Prever. Germen. Mr Serre 
Wednesday 16:38 AM. Holy Communities 


ALL SOULS’ MEMORIAL 


2300 Cathedral Ave. NW. Uust East of Conn. Ave) 
Rev. Frank Sleckwelder, Recter ev. A. L. Wille, Acseciete Rector 


LR CONDETLIONED 


8:30 AMsa—Holy Communion. 
11:00 A.M. “KEEPING COVENANT WITH GOD.” Me Wits 


Pounded 1712 —6@ seres of famous ChureP rare 
New Memopshire end Allison at rt @ NW 
The Rev Joseph Tatnall. Rector Gerviess ot & 9.59 anf 1! am 


OLD ST. JOHN'S 
‘Ghee 


80 AM—Helg Communities 


Trinity Church 
“hem cess 
ities 


—Mornine Prever an¢ 
Bermor 


ASCENSION | 


CHRISTIAN YOUTH 
CRUSADE 


postponed last week because 
of bad weather, will be valid 
for the event now scheduled 
for this Sunday. 

The picnic will be from 1 te 
7 p» m on the Missionhurst 
grounds, 4651 N. 25th st.. Ar- 
lington. 


ee eee 


OPPORTUNITIES 


MDT be otl¢ of the 
2 cay 


fe 


VIRGINIA 


BETHEL ‘Raa 


° AMH—Chare® Gboot: tt aw mest Minteter. The Rev. Withert Leascer 


Church sf Berthren Church of Brethren 


Washington City Church of the Brethren 


Pour’? Greet end “erth Ciirciine Avenue Geuthenct 
Deere B Bectteer. Winieter—Serci¢ © Worer Associate Minister 
Sse A WH Chere® Sebo! 


1? AM — "sR Cortetiee View of temersittr—tl BEAVEN” Bev Mover 


There WO Be Me Prening Services) 


wterr salist Unturrsalist 


| UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL MEMORIAL CHURCH 


Commer 16th and S Siteetse N.W. 
REV. SETH ®. 


2400 MINNESOTA AVE. $5. 

Bilis Heed Minteter 

Woershio-—4 36 ond 11 ea. 
enét 7 46 om. 


4801 SIXTEENTH ST. H.W. 
(140 «tf Deeater’ 
4 R Holton. Minister 


Worseh-lleom end tem 
#-2 Ber Sees ot the doer 


FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 
léth and Webster Ste. H.W. William C. Alishouse, Paster 
Robert Williams, Asst. Minister ‘ 
9.43 AM —Sundey Schoo! 

19:50 AM —ter. Robert Williams J 
7.30 t 8.30 PM HAPPY SUMMER SUNDAY NIGHTS. 
RICHARD OSBORN. Good! Singer af both services. 

430 PM —Yarh Groues 


ST. CLEMENT Wedrestey 7.45 > M—LOUISE B. CHAPMAN of Karses 


City. Me, Guest Soesker. 
Mersery Dering Both Services 
Toke Georets @ Alncke bes oe 19% FF te Werete on Bie 


News of the Churches 


An experiment in commuriity relations is paying ee. SS - — 
religious dividends at Bolling Air Force Base dry Methodiet Church at BPC 
It began in 1954 With a problem familiar to much-and 11 a m. services Sune: © 
moving military personnel—the “here today, gone tomor- “An.Appointment with 

row” attitude which too often results in religious indif-"™! be he 7 
ference. 

It took a Methodist minister from Wyoming, Pa. to 
do something about it. Maj. Robert D. Coward, a Bolling 
chaplain, reasoned that much of the indifference might .) aint may 
stem. from unfamiliarity with the community. So he cisco is sese end ecco’ 
decided upon community action—and area clergymen emney pe wie ieninns 


ne Gener Oeuncl of the 
were more than willing to aid him. United Chast) of Careie ix 


Incoming military personnel at Bolling are now Te-q..c:65 an DESO 
quired to attend a Wednesday briefing session in the Another Britieh mitiiter wie 
base chapel center. Here local clergymen of all faiths ¥™! office im Socal seruues 


Sunday Ree. Thee 
are on hand to extend a warm welcome to the newcomers -_.. 0. -- Pon wie 


—plus information on religious, social and recreational oreach at Washington Cette 
opportunities available in the community. ~~ Evensong sorvire aft 4 

The result have been heartwarming. Airmen and their a bs etene off a 
families now flock to the base chapel, and military s.4ce% Church § 
membership in community” ‘tet ree a2 emcee _ Engen 
churches has soared. Last ; 
year, for example, 57 persons representatives 
contacted through the Bolling 
program joined local Presby- Mary 
terian churches—and nearly Austin. 
half had mever before held 
ehurch membership. Many are 
active in choirs, Scout units 
and Sunday schools. 

One of the most enthusiastic Lutheran 


al oe ie a basement of a new church 
chaplain a supervisor a al ' 
religious activities at Bolling. addition Sunday meen. GF 
He points out that the pro- ganized only four years ago 
gram fulfils the all-important with 37 confirmed members, 
objective of a ae the church now has over 300 
gious experience for those who _ 

leave home for military serv- heen adbemian Gh le 
ice. service will thold a procession 
to the site of the ground 
breaking. The Rev. 

Klein is pastér 


| 


Oorderene 


f 
i 


i 
H 


oo curate of 


served ree 
Levelace. Robert Stankaré. County Antrim ant & Peters Ghe guipit of Mount Veruen 
Themas and Shirley i. Belfext He is presently ca Piece Wetiodiet Church.st © 


gee 
Ex- 
his ; 
Dr. 


changing pulpit: with the Bee ar? TDG 2 ™ Sunday, & 
Fr “Gort-Given 


The fast-growing congregs- of 
tion of Bethany Evangelical (Poh 
Church. 


Drama Vesper Service 
To Be Presented Sunday 


> 
Cornelea Kinsella has been ap 
pointed organist for Lewis Me 
mortal Methedut Church. She 
has been chow director and 
erganist for numerous iocal 
churches and ts a member of the 
Frecutiwwe Commettee of the 
American Guild of Organtsts, 
D. C. Chapter 
>. 


thre weekend at Meuresc, Jesutt ton 
retreat center near Annapole. 
M 


, an 

Divisien of 

the Natien.- 
te be 


Postin Turkey Family Nights 
Lenore Glve on be a effort to increase Chris 

ter of Mr. and Wiese. James - j hin Winriife © 

aa a ante Church will institute 

The Rev. and Mr«. Gerald ***. Garrett Pak, Mt. wil | 

Ackerman were feted recently 22 Aug. 2 fer Tubes, 2 Tes of family nights for 

at a reception observing the Jom the farults wf the Ae ons ceeiers 

completion of his first year as ©®" (‘Coliqgeue Srette © pit event will be 2 Sept 

was anpoin rt ww 2 tee ” eis o9 te PFPotoemaer 


pastor of Ashton Methodist 2™=" 
Church, aa, _ | Sine | ~ ag 5 te Oe ¥ Th. 
: : American Boerf of Comm beet will bere Sh aod §S oe 
‘ omas Cercle Vaeratseon Beble ~. 
‘The feat) io re by the No Sioners for Foreign Sineies. ot £32 pom aod reture 
, : service agency of the 
Congregations! - Christies 
lead : ; Churches 
will held tts fircl sessions Mor. 
reaking ceremonies : Mics Keene + « 128 geet wee 
Ground-b . day through Friday from 9 a m at Cheadle Coll 


at 3 p. m. Sunday will initiates, ason m Luther Place Me- 
| Biarigies of Giri Suergirs of Christ 


that beys whose mothers teok 
all the responsibility fer reli- 


ty 


if 


” 


guest minister at the Il s m. the world's 


The Rev. Richard Irvin, pas- 
tor, will officiate at first serv- 
ices of the new North Bethesda 
Methodist Church on Sept. 9 
at 11 a m. at the National 
Presbyterian Guard Barracks, Bell Mills and 

Old Georgetown rds. | 
lexam- Mr. Irvin recently completed, 

Pet- three years with the\General 


tad one Board of Temperance of the 


_ He repre Methodist Church. Earlier in 
International his career he successfully or 
pro- ganized church ore in pas- 
Hill torates in his native Texas. He 
resides at 115 Second st. ne.,’ 

bet expects to move to the 
Bethes- North Bethesda 


iY ores dFe 
“lt 


| 


> 


thesda Methodist Church and! 
Church 


‘ 
i 


Gun- increased population and new 
tom- Temple Memorial Presby- housing developments in the 


Church area. A church school program’ 
Rev... Ernest J. Troutner, for children and adults will be 
of Method s 


set up during initial services. 
will) Geographically 


4 


the chereh! 
asons for Will serve an area from Ips-) 
in Ham wich rd. on the north to the 
: intersection of Old George-| 
: town rd. and Rockville pike, 

and the area extending to Wis 


. services in West 
Congregational #t the National 
pending selection of a site for 
Marvin McFeaters, chief of the new building. 
Procurement Analysis Branch 
Social Work Conclave 


of International Cooperation 
Administration, will speak at 
Meets Next in Tokyo 


Spring 


: z 
THE WASHINGTON POST and 
bier.” Saturday, August 11, 1956 


TIMES HERALD 
13 


program | |} 
the Washington West Dis- 


a 


a 
eves " 


area in the, 


~* * ? 4 
a aia 
Fe oe 
i 
‘, 
4 


~ 


> 
- 
to 


Staff Pheote 


Johnny’s Call to Worship 


Johnny Colket, 5, of 4416 Albemarle st. nw. -rings the bell 
calling together the members of tlie kindergarten class of 
the Eldbrooke Methodist Church Vacation Bible School. 
The class, which meets in the church at 4100 River rd. nw., 
built the replica of the church in front of which Johnny is 
standing. 


MUNICH, Germany, Aug. 10 — 


King-Burdette Reunion 


The 23rd annual King-RBur- Wesley Grove Methodis ‘ 
Church in Woodfield, Md Par. 
are asked to bring 


Methodist 


. 


nich 
will be with the problems in 


va. ved in 
indus- 


and 7:30 p. m. services of Cen- trialization and its ects on 


tral ithe family and community. 


Presbyterian 


MORTHWEST 
THE NEW YORK AVE. PRESBYTERIAN 


Tieh and Mew York Ave. H.W. 
The Rew. George M. Onocherty, DD., Minister 
The Rew. K. Warriston McCracken, Ascsociste Minister 
Wiha Warthne Organest Stephen H. Prussing, Dir. of Music 
930 AM .—Sundey Church School 
930 eA 11.00 AM.—Dr. Clifford E. Barbour, Pittsburgh, Ps. 
4lR CONDITIONED 


he National Beoshyterian Church ! 


ATR CONDITIONED 
Ceenectice?t Avenue ond M Street M.W. 
DWARD tL. &. SON JOuM 3. RICE 
TMEODOORE SCHAEFER, Orgenist sad Chéirmaster 
2:00 aed 11:00 AM— | Worship, 


Hall Chapel at Congress ° 
Pee Beers FF Bierce 


2.30 AN —Homeg Woche “WSO ASE WE 
ly LDeeereree rece 
9.30 A.M—Sundiey Scroll 


NATIONAL CITY CHEE TS CHIROS— Thames Circie 
Waren tesiegs Wimew Willan | Mermngran, Assoc 
DD SD 440 —Atormng Worwne 


the building of a $39,000 White »orie! Churc 
Fiteesth Seett Ceetee 2S 


retary of the D. C. Baptist oy Fr By Ay he —— ; 
Convention? William J. Crow- ‘eommenntin. eel 
der, director of missions and 
. in the Central YMCA, 1736 
evangelism; and the Rev, Ag | oe | 
Lincoln Smith, pastor of the . oe 
Congress Heights Church. Comp Wanes moor Front 
tai Royal, Va. built almost entire 
Tape-recorded songs by the jy through the volunteer labor’ 
choir of the First Baptistoe members of Arlington! 
Church of Clarendon will be Church of Christ, opens this 
used in “Cornerstones,” a" @*- afternoon. Virgil T. Bentley 
nual pageant depicting the hts ic director : 
tory of Arlington County. The 
song: will be employed im a 


arene showing a meeting of the 
eounty’s first Surday school. The ter ef education end assistant to 


he pastor at Fountam Memorwl 
pageant will be presented by the : 

Arlangton County Department of —e ¢ hurch. He recently en 
Recreation and Parks, Aug. 16 “*" pO mene . : 
and 17 at 8:30 p. m. in Lubber "CMgous education from Sout 


western Baptist 
Run Park. Admission is fret. | seminary, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Four representatives of Na-| » en 
tienal Baptist Memoria! Church 
are among 100 Christian rece- 


Dr. J 
9.45 AmM—Ohwet> Sten 


John TD. Cachran i sew mre 


Bible Conference and 
School for Pasters begins Mon. 


reation leaders whe have been 


Mer. Lacey R. Harwell, Guest Preacher 
Broadcast at 7-00 om. ewer WOOK-AM,_ 1340, and WFAN-FM, 100.3 
Schoot— 10-45-12: 15—Children’s Classes. 
10-00-10.45——Adults’ Classes 
fence YS. Lo ced Care 66. €2 Stee te FPreet of Cherch 


Chevy -Chase Presbyterian 


CHEVY CHASE CIRCLE 


TF Pew " oteg Weiter Wa.4v7s A. Davies. Jack W. Angermean. 
eo—rrete Wirietere BMareld W Dickenstee(s Minister of Music 


CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS 
Galt of the Preshsterians of the Seath te the Nations’: Capdad 


Ge the Pertwey of Bed end PF Streets FT 
Mintetere: 4udres Bett Berd. DD... Jemese G. Grebeu. § T 


Va. 


oesTors” 
Rev. Dawid R. Holt, Richmond, 
Guest Preacher 


at Green Lake, Wis. 


‘Polis National Church 


fete C1. MM Ko ee 
Rev. Alike FW Tindall 
Privete Appointments 
Me 8-0973—0O 56-1148 
Boirt' 4) Healing Messages Merting? | 


ST. FRANCIS 
POLISH NATIONAL CATHOLIC 
Bethichem Chapel. Washingves 


Seth and Woodler Read ¥ &. 
Rev & Kaminski (0. 1.227% 
Polish Mase 11:00 AM 
Nursery During Serwce 
“ALE. Zion 
JOHN WESLEY 
A. M. E. ZION CHURCH 


Nettonal Church ef Zion Methodum 
14th ond Corcorae Ste. NW. 

BR Prenkita Jackson. DD. Minieter 

11 £0. ~“7O@ Boe TO PEAT” 


Jackson 
PM LETER or Jackson 
——$_—_$_—_—___——_- 
CHURCH OF THE 
HEALING CHRIST 


24660 Sixteceth 6t. NW. 


Galdes Vent: Set) ©. Ghelix, Geel, belie. & Ge Lord of beoee 
the wehote cere & tu ef me gine 


4115 lth & NW. 


Rev Demet ries 6. BRalerh 
Priest 


Satur¢er Brenine Veepera. * 39 


Divine Liturgs 39:58 unt 3 
Sender ené ali@ave 


630 PM —Jr. and Se —High Westminster Fellowship. 
7.30 PM.—Yoaung Adult Groups 
Wedeesdsy, £00 ° M——“THE HOUR OF POWER” 
5-2 Buses step ef the door 


Bow meeting  Yorth Bethesda /y High Schecl Jobuson 4:e 4 Bwing Dr 
REV. LLOYD G. SROWN, Minister 


Church School, 9-30 AM. Worship Service, 11:00 AM. 
Sermons Rew. J.C Dane, Guest Spesker 


TAKOMA PARK sapic ond Tulip Aves. 


New reters 
Peete ¢. BTC aNay cod Oot. WOVTOOMERT 
Rev. Willem L. 


mR FeCl sceEsRere. 
920 ad 11.00 AM.—"SEERING SIGNS” istC(Csj 


Mantgomery 
P30 AM —Church School 7.00 ? M—Youth Groups 
Virgeuua 


THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 


. . N ke AWN Mexico Aves. 
Metropolitan Memorial oN.) srahodin Chuck 
Dr. Edward Gardiner Letch 
Rev. Joba Charles Walker, Rev. Richard L. Cookson 
9:30 and 11:00 am—*“AT HOME IN THE WORLD” 

Rev. Walker 

9:30 AM.—Sunday School 


Fifth and Alabama 


Avenue 3.8. 


~ > 
: 

Congress Heights 
Dr. George L. Conner, Minister : J. H. Searls, Assistant Minister 
, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Sunday School 
“HOW DISPOSE OF JESUS” 

Rev. Harry Lee Crawford 
4690 pm —lintermediate Fellowshin 
~Vesper Service, Under the Auspices of M. Y. F. 

Nereery Daring Al Servives 


HYATTSVILLE First Methodist 
Baltimore Avenue at Hamilton Street 
©. novoten Cooney. Assistant Minister 
9:00 and 11:15 AM.—Church School in New Educational Bidg. 
9:00, 10:10 and 11-15 A M.—Three Identical Serviees 
“BLESSED ARE THE MEEK” 
REV. C. DOUGLAS COONEY 
Nursery Provided for Children—Ample Parking Im the Rear of Church 


11:00 am 


7:00 a.m 


Mathedism's Historic Shrine in the Heart ef the Capital 814) 


FOUNDRY 


1éth Street Near P N.W. 
Murusters: 
THEODORE HENRY PALMQUIST 
HERMAN McKAY 
THE MINISTER OF MUSIC 
Glenna Carow 


(Est, 1 


® 


9.30-—Church School. All ages. 
9:30 and 11:00-— 
“AN APPOINTMENT WITH GOD” 
Dr. E. Benson Perkins, of Birmingham, 
England, Guest Preacher 


WESLEY 


Conn. Ave and Joceiva Gt. Nw 
KLZIN K. HADDAWAY. DD. 
Minister 


9:30 AM—Worship 
The Rev. LeRey $. Graham 
Guest Minister 
9:30 and 11:00 a.m. 


Tempie Dunn. Director of Musie Church School 


Mount Vernon Place 


Massachusetts Avenue at Miath and K Streets N.W. 
DR. ALBERT P. SHIRKEY,' Minister 
REV. W. VAUGHAN MOORE, 


R. DEANE SHURE, Minister of Music 


10:00 A.M.—Church School for All Ages 
Morning Worshio 9 end 11:15 AM. 
"“GOD-GIVEN EXTRAS” 
Dr. Clovis G Chappel! 
Noted Author and Preacher 
6:45 P_ M.—Evening Worship 
“COME, FILL MY CUP” 
Dr. Caradine R. Hooton 
Exec. Secy. Bd. Temperance 


Viett Methodtem's 
A Cordial lnvitation to all 


Conventent to Bus end Car Limes 


CALVARY _ 1459 Columbia Road N.W. 
Loute 4. Better, Mintater' of Mane 


Summer Schedule, for August and September 2 
9.00 A M.-+Church School Classes. 10:00 AM ~~Nursery Care 
10:00 AM-—“THE ARMAMENT OF THE CHRISTIAN” 
Dr. Hugh L. Dryden, Guest Preacher 
16th and Allison Sta. N.W. 
J Arties Leatherman. Minister 


HAMLINE 
Edwin B. Skinner, Minister of Musics 


9:43 A M.—Church School 
11:00 AM.-“THE REASON FOR REVERSES” 
Guest Preacher, Rev. Ernest J. Troutrer 


CHEVY CHASE 7001 Connecticut Ave. (et Shepherd) 
Ministers, Clifford Homer Richmond and Charles Rother, Jr. 


9:30 and 11:00 AM—”"DAWN AND DUSK” 
Dr. Richmond Preaching 


UNION METHODIST CHURCH 


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AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER 


SATURDAY, AUGUST II, 1956 PAGE 14 


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More Than a Running Mate 


Among the many Democratic vice presidential 
hopefuls there are political assets enough to add con- 
siderable, if not decisive punch to the party's first 
try in 24 years at unseating an administration. But 
the choice will not be easy.’ For, unfortunately, not 
all of these qualities seem to be combined in any 
one of them. Because the vice presidential selec- 
tion is the last order of convention business, it 
seems likely that the candidate will be picked for 
his ability to plug any chinks that may remain in 
the party's armor after the evolution of the piat- 
form and after the presidential balloting. 

If the South is sufficient®y mollified by the civil 
rights plank—expectéd to be moderate, if not 
equivocal, on the segregation issue — Senators 
Humphrey and Kefauver would appear hest 
equipped, on their records, to offset this concession 
in an appeal for Negro and Northern liberal-sup- 
port. Each has the added advantage of popularity 
in the farm states. possibly the best area for a 
mertal thrust at the Republicans. Should a last- 
minute shading of the conventions civil rights 
position be requited in order to contain Southern 
feelings, however. memories of Senator Humphrey's 
1948 temple-cleansing performance, and his promi- 
nent identification with Americans for Democratic 
Action, might upset him. Senator Kefauver's at 
times bitter primary campaign and ‘his unpopuw- 
larity among fellow Senators leave him similarly 
vulnerable to any all-out harmony manehver, should 
one prove essential. There is also a question 
whether Senator Kefauver would be the best man 
to carry out the legislative liaison assignment Mr. 
Stevenson has'in mind for his running mate. 

Thus, although their outstanding campaigning 
abilities and general liberal luster make the two 
Senators obvious choices, the unpredictable Demo- 
cratic delegates might well find a need for a more 
moderate candidate—and the field is full of them 
Senator Kennedy of Massachusetts goes to the 
Stockyards with solid New England hacking. un- 
marred by old political battle scars. Although he 
himself rightly deplores use of the issue, he also 
is supported by some Democrats who have figured 
out that his Catholic religion could be a decisive 
asset. New York's Mayor Wagner, also a Catholic, 
geems to arouse no specific sectional antagonisms, 
although, if religion is to be considered at all, 
there are also those who believe either Senator 
Kennedy or Mayor Wagner would lose the party 
votes in the South 

But should 
test the convention by next Friday has contrived, 
the Democrats will be far from the bottom of their 
vice presidential barrel. Senators Symington of 
Missouri and Jackson of Washington as well as 
Governors Meyner of New Jersey. and Leader of 
Pennsylvania, have some support. Governor Chan- 
dier of Kentucky is at least his own candidate 
Senator Symington—who has managed to conciliate 
Southern Senators on civil rights,‘to be “right” on 
the farm issue and also to be friendly with such 
right-wing Republicans as Senators McCarthy and 
Bridges—is being watched in particular for a late- 
develaping»show of strength. Of course, the presi- 
dential nominee will, through vetoes, all but dictate 
the choice. But he will not do this in a vacuunt 
Slightly less than a third of all American Vice 
Presidents have succeeded to the Presidency. In 
the past three administrations, the incumbents have 
taken on broader roles as the burdens of the Exec- 
utive grew. President Eisenhowers health has 
further accented the importance of the office. The 
presidential nominees are thus under a heavy obli- 
gation to give the most serious consideration to 
their choices for Vice President. For whoever seeks 
that office today is much more than a running mate 
He ought to possess no less than the ticket leader 
himself, the qualifications for the Presidency. 


A Haid Study 


Leon Keyserling. former chief economic mentor 
to President Truman, may or may not be able to 
convince the country that the Republican Admin- 
istration has checkreined prosperity. It's a hard 
study, as the teen-agers would say. For even amhe 
described the country’s economic ailments to the 
Democratic platform committee, the Administration 
was able to announce that employment and con- 
struction activity each had set new récords. In New 
York, industrial stocks touched a new peak and 
the entire market hovered near historic high marks 
There remains ample room—and need—for learned 
debates on where it all may lead, although few 
responsible economists now see any serious danger 
signs. But it is not the kind of debate from which 
the Democrats are likely te draw any vote appeal 
in the present economic climate. 


No Time for a Strike 


The negotiations between the new District transit 
system and the union have been hampered by the 
lack of time. Stockholders of the Capital Transit 
o. approved the sale of its assets to O. Roy Chalk 
only a week ago and the dea! is still in the process 
‘of being closed. Mr. Chalk and the union leaders 
have scarcely had time to get acquainted and could 
not be expected to have reached any detailed agree- 
ment in the brief period of their negotiations. 
“Further bargaining is clearly essential to determine 
‘whether full agreement is possible, and, if not, how 
the remaining differences should be settled. 
Mr. Chalk is said to have urged extension of the 
present agreement for one year. In our opinion, 
Ahat is not a reasonable request despite the fact that 
the transit fare structure is frozen for a year. As 
the negotiations proceed, the union may be able 
. te convince the new management that some adjust- 
ments in the contract should be made right away. 
Other parts of it may be allowed to stand for a 
year. In other words, it seems to us that further 
“negotiations are needed before a binding agreement 
for as long as a year can properly be made. 
“ The union is apparently willing to extend the 
“contract temporarily, but it wants a commitment 
“for arbitration of unresolved issues. Before the 
‘negotiations began Mr. Chalk had pledged himself 
“te accept arbitration. We can readily understand, 
“however, why he is unwilling at this point, when 
“nothing has been agreed upon, to accept an epen- 
“end arbitration arrangement. That might dampen 
“the disposition.of the union to bargain at a time 
~when bargaining is vital: | 


* As we see it, the negotiations should continue” 


“under a temporary extension of the contract 
whether or not agreenient has been reached as to 
how far arbitration should go. The union will lose 


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nothing by extending the contract for a month, 
six weeks or even two months. A strike next 
Wednesday when the new company takes over 
would be unthinkable. Such an uncooperative atti- 
tude at the moment of transition would cost the 
union most of the sympathy and understanding it 
won in its long struggle with Capital Transit. The 
public interest demands that service continue with- 
out interruption until the Chalk management has 
an opportunity to get its feet on the ground. In 
the long run we surmise that the community will 
demand resort to arbitration to settle unresolved 
issues. But the problem of the moment is a smooth 
transfer of operations from the old company to the 
new and continued negotiations to see how far 
bargaining can go before any need for arbitration 
arises. : 


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Rewardin g Impropriety 


if President Eisenhower really has given an 
honorary job to Harold E. Talbott as chairman of 
the Air Force Academy Foundation, he has grossly 
infringed the high moral standards which his Ad- 
ministration noisily undertook to enforce. A news 
story states that Mr. Eisenhower has asked the 
former Secretary of the Air Force, who was forced 
to resign his post last year, to head the nonprofit 
corporation that is seeking to raise money for 
extracurricular facilities at the new Air Force 
Academy, although no public annountement has 
yet been made. Mr. Talbott displayed considerable 
acumen for extracurricular-activities when he was 
in a position of high responsibility, but he also 
showed a considerably underdeveloped sense of 
ethics. The disclosure that he had been using his 
official position to solicit business for a private 
firm in which he was interested is what compelled 
his resignation 

The Democratic Digest, in its September issue, 
asserts that “more heads of Government agencies 
have been charged with misconduct in the Eisen- 
hower Administration than in any administration 
since Grant's.” This is an ugly overstatement, and 
the aspersions on the honor of such officials as 
Secretary ‘Benson will properly be resented. The 
Eisenhower Administration, contrary to its prede- 
cessors, has generally moved quickly when im- 
propriety or conflict of interest has been shown. 
That is what makes the Talbott story so incredible. 
If it is true, it not only will hand the Democrats 
a gilt-edged campaign issue, it will also be a stand- 
ing affront to public morality. 


International Waterways 


Philosophically Mr. Truman was right in suggest- 
ing United Nations jurisdiction over strategic water- 
ways, even though his gibe at the Eisenhower 
Administration in the Suez crisis was not helpful. 
Mr. Truman's interest in free access to waterways 
is an old, one. Soon after he came to the White 
House he attempted unsuccessfully to persuade 
the Russians at the Potsdam Conference that inter- 
national waterways should be made of the Danube, 
the Kiel Canal, the Black Sea Straits—and the 
Suez and Panama Canals. Herbert Elliston, in a 
column in this newspaper last November, recounted 
an exchange of correspondence with Mr. Truman 
on the subject. Serious attention to international 
supervision for all such waterways might reduce 
the dimensions of the Suez crisis and place it ip 
perspective before world opinion. 

Whether it is a service to broach the matter on 
the eve of the conference in London may be 
dehated. Any effort to institute international! super- 
vision of waterways now under national control 
undoubtedly would raise a chorus of nationalistic 
military, political and economic objections. Such 
an effort, of course, would cut in more than one 
direction. If the United States might have to yield 
a few prerogatives in the matter of the Panama 
Canal, the Russians also might have to accept 
guarantees respecting the Danube, the Dardanelles 
and possibly other waterways touching their in- 
terests. Because of the probable objections, and 
the danger of confusing the consideration of the 
Suez problem, perhaps it would be better te deal 
with one crisis at a time. Suez is at issue because 
the question of free access has become a matter of 
wide concern; other waterways are not now in 
contest 

Nevertheless. the United States had better be 
prepared to have the question of the Panama Canal 
brought up at London. Legally this canal is in a 
different situation from the Suez Canal. Its Use 
is covered, not by an international convention, but 
by a bilateral treaty with Panama. The difference, 
however, will be difficult to explain to other nations. 
Moreover, the Suez Canal is at least on Egyptian 
territory, whereas the Panama Canal is not con- 
tinguous to continental United States. 

Very likely there would be screams of strategic 
concern at any proposal for international guaran- 
tees of free access to the Panama Canal under 
continued American operation. But it would be 
well to examine the validity of these objections 
very carefully, as well as the possible mechanics 
of vetoless international supervision. Would we 
not be in a stronger position to bring world opinion 
to bear on Egypt if we suggested that after the 
Suez matter is settled there be a world conference 
to consider appropriate guarantees on other water- 
ways of international ‘importance? 


Of Oaths and Expletives 


It is a good rule to be grateful for small favors. 
and the decision by the Department of Justice that 
the loyalty oath in public housing no longer is 
enforceable certainly amounts to a favor. The 
oath was an abomination which never was effective 
in combating subversion and which offended the 
sense of dignity of many Americans. But if, as 


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The clear issue in the Suez 
si om is that the United 
States, FPingland, France and 
the World Bank reneged on 
their pledge to furnish Egypt 
the money to build the Aswan 
Dam. This act forced Egypt to 
look for other ways to find the 
mn -sssary funds. The main as 
set Egypt has js the Suez Canal. 
The British by treaty have 
turned control of the Canal 
oor to Egypt and are now try- 
ing to back out of that agree- 
ment without giving Fayvpt a 
cf once to run the sys -~™ in 
accordance with existing agree- 
ments 

It is obvious te even the most 
stupid individual that Egypt is 
determined to find ways and 
means to build the Aewan Dam 
and will go to extremes to reach 
this goal. The cost of fighting a 
war with Egypt will be enor- 
mous as opposed to the price 
of the Aswan Dam 

Egypt favors the West to help 
finance the dam and the sim- 
plest solution would be for the 
United States to lend Egypt 
the money as a long-term note 
repayable to the United States 
over a period of 100 years with- 
out interest, and payable in 
any amounts as Egypt deems 
within her means for any given 
year. This policy would launch 
Eg >t on a path of construc- 
tive internal development for 
many years te come and take 
the pressure off the Middle 
East because the Aswan Dom 
will involve millions of Egyp 
tians in the constructive pro- 
gram 

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could argue that Egypt doesn't 
sorely need this water supply. 
We have only to look at our 
o.. water troubles to realize 
that. Egypt could, no doubt, 
run the Suez Canal as effi- 
ciently as any nation, provided 
that the interested forcign na 
tiens will extend their full co- 
operation and support 

I believe the United States, 
Rritain and France made a 
grave error in judgment in 
breaking their pledges to sup- 
port the Aswan project. I be- 
lieve that when this commit. 
ment was made it should have 
been kept at all costs to pre- 
serve t honor end 
of the nations involved. Our 
policy has been stated as 
“deeds, not words” or, to para- 
phrase an old American tradi- 
tional expression: “Put your 
money where your mouth is” 
Only this approach could lead 
to a sensible solution. 

Further, if one amortizes «a 
$1.2 billion loan over a 100-year 
period it will only mean pen- 
nies per day for the American 
taxpayer to preserve peace. But 
this is assuming that we fail to 
get our money 


However, there is little evi- 


dence on which te base a con- 
clusion that Egypt could not 
repay a loan over a 100-year 
period. Poor Americans use 
this method of financing their 
needs in time payments and we 
haven't gone broke as yet. Why 


not extend.the time-peyment 


plan to nations’ 
EARL J. NICHOLSON. 


Falis Church, Va. 


Letters to the Editor 


“Open Vice Presidency” 

Your editorial of August 3. 
“Open Vice Presidency.” does 
refiect the thoughts of this In- 
dependent Voter. | am grateful 
to Harold FE. Stassen that more 
comsideration will be given the 
running mate of Dwight D. Ei- 
senhower in the coming Re- 
publican Convention. 

Perhaps the Republican Par- 
ty forgets the Independent 
Voter only goes to the poll 
when he has confidence in the 
candidates 

RHODA FE. BOWMAN. 

Fairfax, Va. 


Court Critics 

Your issue of July 31 carries 
on page 24 a news item from 
Roanoke, Va. July 1 to 
the effect that Virginia Le 
gionnaires have passed a reso 
lution ca@iling for an amend- 
ment te the United States Con- 
stitution to curb the powers of 
the Supreme Court. 

The criticism of the Court is 
said te stem from its decision 
im the case of Pennsylvania vs. 
Steve Nelson, in which the 
Legion claims the Supreme 
Court “has ignored and nulili- 
fied sedition laws of several 
states.” Whatever may have 
been the past errors of the 
United States Supreme Court, 
it is difficult te see any founde- 


tion for the present criticism. 


in the decision ef Pennsylvania 
vs. Stewe Nelson, for in this 
case, reported 359 £=xUnited 
States Reports 487, the United 
States Supreme Court has 
affirmed the judgment of the 
Supreme Court of Pennsyl- 
tania 

HOMER L. CUPPLES. 
Alexandria. | 


“Confiscated Assets” 


I would like to offer some 
comments on your editorial of 
July 22, 1956, entitled “Con. 
fiscated Assets.” : 

lL. It is a serious mistake to 
maintain, as you do, that the 
issues as to the restoration of 
Gerntan and Japanese assets 
have already been conclusively 

tled, legally if not practical- 
ly, so that the bill approved by 
the Senate Judiciery Com- 
mittee can be represented as 
“out of order.” 

The Bonn Agreements signed 
on May 26, 1952, by plenipo 
tentiaries of France and Great 
Britain, as well as of the 
United States and the Federal 
Républic of Germany, are the 
most authoritative interna 
tional instruments in this field. 
These Agreements of 1952, as 
amended by the Paris Protocol 

published 


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private property of German 
nationals or German corpora- 
tions. 

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This meeting has been called 
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Mr. Bomblow—Ladies and Gentlemen: 
As you know, two of our 

distinguished members, ~ 

Mr. Hinny and Mr. Trum- ~ 

pet. are delegates of — 

their respective parties 

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eminent members, Mrs. 
Montclair St. Vitus, is 
going te both conven- 
tions as a hostess-ob- 
server. 

Judge Pudd—I move 
we provide the little lady with an ap- 
propriate corsage for each day during both 
conventions. : 

Mrs. McAddie—Won't she need fresh 
ones at night’ 

Mr. Brash.How about some fr-scented 
Tke and Adiai shaving lotions for Trumpet 
and Hinny? 

Trumpet and Hinny—No! 

Mr. Bomblow—I propose that we send 
messages to both conventions. 

Mr. Moll—That's right! We should de. 
mand that the Democrats choose a dynamic, 
hard-hitting, give-em-hell candidate. 

Mr. Stepp—Just a minute! Mr. Hinny ts 
going as a delegate of his local party. We 
ean't horn in on his presidential choice. 

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MR. BOMBLOW—There is nothing to 
prevent our sending messages to both 
conventions concerning a matter that is 
even more important than the Presidency 
—the Vice Presidency. 

“Mr. Shellback—No! I'm opposed to any 
public discussion of the Vice Presidency. 

Mr. Brash—I move we throw out the re- 
porters, amoke up the room, and proceed 
tp a discussion of the Vice Presidency. 

Mr. Sneep—That's un-American talk! 

Mr. Dare—As President of Atomie Age 
Citizens, Ine., I protest this preoccupation 
with nominating conventions in which it 
is too late for us to have a voice, and at a 
time when the gravest world crisis since 
Korea has arisen. I move we take a stand 
on the Suez Canal seizure. 

Mr. Eagleton—No! We should keep our 
noses out of the Suez mess and bring-—— 

Mr. Brash—Our oil eompanies home 
where they belong. 

Mr. Wadd—Now wait! There's not enough 
oil in this country—— 

Mr. Eagleton—.Sir, are you reflecting on 
the resources of this great Nation? 

Mr. Bomblow—I move we send a message 
to each convention urging the selection 
of a Vice President who is an outstanding 
example of red-blooded American man- 
hood—— 

Mixed Chorus—Nixon! Herter! Kefauver! 
Humphrey! Kennedy! 

Chairman—Order! Mrs. St. Vitus wants 
the floor. 

Mrs. St. Vitus—I'm due in Chicago this 
minute for five cocktail 
parties, and twe preconvention dinners. 
But I want to say that since we can't agree 
on any message to the conventions, I think 
we should sponsor a big party at each of 
them honoring Mr. Hinny and Mr. Trum- 
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MR. DARE—I object. Both cfinventions 
are overloaded with parties. There won't be 
a delegate on either floor who's awake——— 

Mr. Brash—And sober! 

Mr. Eagleton—-Sir, are you refiecting—— 

Chairman—Let Mrs. St. Vitus Anish. 

Mrs. St. Vitus—This is a matter of status. 
All the smarter parties will he televised 
and watched by the entire Nation. Our 
organization is not represented on the 
social calendar either at Chicage or San 
Francisco. We should keep ourselves be- 
fore the public. 

Mrs. McAddle— Why? 

Chairman—The question is out of order. 

Mr. Stepp—What time is there left for us 
te give convention parties with all the 
breakfasts, brunches, luncheons, cocktails, 
dinners, smokers, buffets, fashion shows, 
movies, cruises already scheduled? , 

Mr. Dare—We should send a message to 
both conventions asking them to cut out 
the parties and consider the state of the 
world. 

Mrs. St. Vitus—That sort of thing can 
really be done best at parties. And there's 
still some time available, I've found. Noth- 
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America’s 36 Vice Presidents 
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Last of a serier by the jhe would have “an opportunity;President, was no match for) 
author of the authoritative to compare his fossilized life either Jefferson or Madison— | 
book, “The American Prest with the fossils of all ages.” two great masters of national 
dent. The Throttlebottom Vice Party polities. 
Presidents—men like George! As the outer sign and sym 
Clinton, Elbridge Gerry, bol of his having forfeited the 
Daniel D. Tompkins, Schylercontest for national + 
Colfax, William A. Wheelerjnence, he absented himself 
and Levi P. Morton—were not'from many Senate sessions. 
necessarily lacking in ability.| When he was there, there were) 
In one place or another, allithose who wished he weren't, 
had shown enough of it to win|because of the distracted way 
a measure of local fame forhe presided over Senate busi- 
their talents—far more, cer- ness. | 
tainly, than was es by| He forgot points of order.) 
Abraham Lincoln, w came miscounted votes, once lent 
ment. he nature, of the Viee'ta the presidency with only a/himseit to the appointment of 
sonal relationship between the cow years in the Illinois Stateithree committees all devoted 
Vice President and the Presi Legislature and one term iM'to the same subject. The —— 
dent. For if our 36 (Vice Congress to his credit. sensible thing to his credit ae 
Presidents) are viewed in a|_.Pather, the common feature his request of the Senators’ 
single glance, the one fact ¥®* the fact that they were/that they forewarn him when) 
central to all the other facts overshadowed by the personal they meant to give lenge 
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in the constitutional powers 
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stereotype image of Mr. Throt- From Small Puddle ty, and to treat each other ®f “was playing him false.” John Nance py mma me 
tlebottom. It was this image George Clinton, the first of with perfect sincerity and great pinaty the Knife at 2 meeting Roosev 
which Woodrow Wilson had in this tine. speaks for all his candor in evry respect. But at Whetiesee Ge a of the Cabinet 
mind when he said about the cucceccors As Vice President some point—it can be over a b.esk. a wena Vice ing of 
vice presidency that “the chief quring President Thomas Jef- patronage matter or a basic ,__. mgm ap mg 
embarrassment in describing ferson’s second term and James issue of social policy — there. ¢ nie of Ambitious Lieutenants 
it is that in saying how little wadicon’s first term. Clinton comes a break. : sidential 
there is to’be said it, one has gweq his place to the New It can be of the sort that Bing eo — 
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say.” threw to the Virginia-ruled thur to complain publicly thet can be tinction through oases with 
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——— 


Nerris 
h year 
tary Donald A. Quarles. And 


Gen Nathan F. Twining, 
USAF Chief of Staff, is the 


‘heavy favorite, as of today, to 


replace Adm. Arthur W. Rad- 
ford as chaifman of the Joint 
Chiefs of Staff. when the lat- 
ter's second twoyear term 

expires next summer. 
Knowledgeable Administra- 
tion officials dow t that Presi- 
dent Fisenhower would ask 
for Wilson's fesignation, but 
they believe it would be read- 
ily accepted if offered. Opin- 
joms differ as to whether the 
former General Motors chief's 
foot-in-mouth bobbles are out- 
weighed by his forceful lead- 
ership in what has been called 
the toughest job in Govern- 
ment. But it is reported that 
the 66-year-old Secretary has 
been ailing. Wilson's doctors 
are said to have advised him 
to give up the strenuous post 
that he already hes held far 
longer than anyone before 
If Wilson does leave. as 


uarles, Twining May Succeed Wilson, Radford 


he gets along with Congress 
far better than other Defense 
chiefs. Many insiders at the 
Pentagon profess to see signs 
that Quarles already is being 
groomed for the Wilson post. 


eos 


AS FOR the Joint Uhiefs 
chairmanship. two things 
make it likely that. an Air 
Foree man will succeed Rad- 
ford. One is that it is the Air 
Force's “turn” to take the No. 
1 military post. Army Five- 
Star General Omar Bradley 
—the first chairman—served 
two 2-year terms—the limit 
under the law—and was fol- 
lowed. by Admiral Radford. 
While the National Security 
Act does not require that the 
job be rotated, there is con- 
siderable evidence that Con- 
gress intended this to be the 
normal practice. Added to 
that is the fact that Presi- 
dent Eisenhower's military 
policy tends to put more and 
more emphasis on aif power 
and -less réliance on field 
armies. Therefore, it would 
appear logical for the Ad 
ministration to put an Air 
Force general in the powerful 
JCS chairmanship, rather than 
an Army general who prob- 
ably would view the policy 
with misgivings. 

Until Gen. Alfred M. Gruen- 
ther made his surprise an- 
nouncement that he would re- 
tire this fall, many expected 
that President Eisenhower 
would choose his old Chief of 
Staff to replace Radford. 
sruenther’s great prestige 
and his closeness to General 
Eisenhower was expected to 
outweigh feelings dhat it was 


Pentagon °e « e By John G. Norris 


the Air Force's turn. Now, 


- hawever, there are those whe 


say that the President's de 
sire to name.an airman to 
cafry out his m'lftary policies 
played. a -part in Gruenther’s 
decision to ask retirement. 
The serious operaticn he re 
cently underwent is said tn 
have contributed to Gruen 
ther’s action, along with the 
knowledge that he probably 
would not get the top Ameri 
can military post. 


eos 


IF AN Alr Force man is 
picked, Twining would seem 
the logical choice at this 
time. While some of his testi- 
mony in the Symington air 
power hearings, supporting 
higher air spending than the 
Administration proposed, has 
not pleased Wilson, the Air 
Force Chief of Staff gets 
along well with Quarles. Also, 
he has played much closer to 
the _. Administr-tion _ policy 
than other ranking USAF 
generals, and he gets along 
better with the Army and 
Navy than some of other air 
generals. Gen. Lauris Norstad, 
who will succeed Gruenther 
as Supreme Allied Com- 
mander in Europe, and Gen 
Laurence Kuter, USAF chief 
in the Far East, are other 
possibilities. All ° this, of 
course, is predicated on a Re- 
publican victory . this fall. 
Election of a Democratic 
President would bring sa 
major reexam nation of pres- 
ent defense policies and 
probably some changes. And 
a new President certainly 
would pick his own chief 
military advisers. 


Marshall, remarked on the 
wisdom of making the Vice 
President a regent of the 
Smithennian Institution, where 


we —— tt 


Washington 


A Peach With the Pairs 


JAMES P. Griffin is 5 feet 
9. weighs 265 pounds, and is 
bigger around than a Salva- 
tion Army soup kitchen. De- 
spite the im- 
post he car-@& 
ries, he has to 
work at a gal- 
lop because. 
he has one of | 
the most hur- 
ry up jobds in 
the world. He 
has to find 
last-minute 
opponents for 
Congressmen 

a4 my” Dixon 
Griffin is the Pair Clerk of 
the House of Representatives 
A mé@mber comes up to him 
and says 

“Listen, Jimmy, theyre go 
ing to vote on foreign aid, but 
I've got a date with my chi 
ropodist. I'm again’ the bill 
Find someone who's for it.” 

The Congressman toe- 
dances off without a care in 
the world, knowing that 
“Jimmy” will take care of 
everything 

The vote might be coming 
up at once, and the behemoth- 
fan James might have less 
than two minutes in which to 
work. But he has never failed 
yet. Like a successful poker 
player, he always comes up 
with a pair 

HE ACHIEVES this by find 


ing a proponent of a bill to 
pair with an opponent. Thus, 


These Days 


Adult Delinquents 


J. EDGAR HOOVER of the 
FBI recently said on a broad- 
cast, “A criminal is not born— 
a criminal is made.” 

Except for 
the very few 
who are idiots 
or morons, 
hecause of 7 
damage to the 
brain, most 
ehildren 
would grow 
up wholesome 
members of 
society, if 
they were not 
corrupted in Sokolsky 
the years of their upbringing. 

The Board of Education of 
New York City is facing pre- 
cisely this problem and is hav- 
ing a tough time of it because 
of the multi-religious charac- 
ter of the city’s population 
and the competition among 
the various religious groups. 

In 1951, the New York State 
Board of Regents adopted a 

statement of moral and spir- 
itual training in the schools.” 
In a document on this subject, 
issued July, 1956, the state- 
ment is made that “Religious 
education and training are not 
functions of state-supported 
schools. Religious education 
and training are the exclusive 
responsibility of the home, 
church and synagogue...” 


THIS IS stated with too 
much finality. Parents have to 
view the question differently. 
The child spends five or six 
hours a day at school and 
sometimes many more. It is 
inconceivable that during 
those many hours, the child 
should be altogether without 
religious education, t 
moral teachings, without eth- 
ical precepts. The fear of one 
religious group that another 
might be more attractive or 
present its case more attrac- 
tively does not take into 
consideration the. welfare of 
the child but rather the nu- 
merical strength of its vo 
taries, So, the statement says: 


“.,. is ne 

nor a prerogative of the pub- 
Hie achools to teach religion or 
to indoctrinate pupils with 


ither a function 


York. and he became Governor 
for a seventh time in 1800. Yet 
thie able state boss. on coming 
in 1804 as Vice 


toa Washington 


Seene .. . 


say of the President of the 
Linited States but it ix. wrfor- 
tunately. only the truth” Tt 
can be of the sort that led 


two members on opposite 
sides of an issue can both be 
absent when the vote is taken, 
et be recorded as having 

en either for or against it. 

Griffin is mow 62 and has 
been employed on Capitol Hill 
since 1911 When he first 
came to Congress he wasnt 
quite so heavy’ In fact, he 
was so light that a Congress 
man was able to hoist him 
with one hand to tear down a 
lady's banner 

President Woodrow Wilson 
was addressing Congress 
Suddenly the chamber was 
invaded hy 2 crash force of 
determined - looking ladies, 
headed by the late Mra. Au- 
gust Belmont. The latter un- 
furied a banner and bran 
dished it at the President. it 
read 

“Whatrare you going to do 
about women’s suffrage” 

Griffin said he was staring 
at the banner when suddenly 
an anti-suffragist Congress- 
man grasped him by the seat 
of the pants, hoisted him 
above his shoulder and com- 
manded: 

“Tear down that banner'” 

“What did you do”” I asked 
Griffin 

“Tl tore tt down. But Mre 
Belmont glared at me so fero- 
ciously I got scared and ske- 
daddied out of the chamber!” 


GRIFFIN has a phenomena! 
memory He remembers 
every member of Congress 


were 
Stadium 


stitutional changes im our Gov- 


ernment 


They begen with 


detia 


They cropped up in.the early vancement 


between Viee Pressdent 

Themas Jefferson and Presi 

‘ : dent John Adams. at 

¢ By George Dixom when the Vice President was 

th man whe stood second on ' 

the electoral balloting for Pres litically explosive policies, cast President. 
Senate 


A very old man came up days of nomi 


accosted Jimmy 
most 


and 
Washington s 
greeting 


who I am” 
"oa. - 2 

Griffin 

gress the same time I did. but 


contradicted 
io Con 


do” 
“You came 


and I came as &@ messenger. 


The old fellow gaped: “Rut : 


T only served twe terms and 
you havent seen me for 41 
years. Are you.sure you don't 
think I'm somebody else™™ 
“No,” said Griffin. swiveling 
his paunch to let a dozen peo 
ple by “You are Abraham 
Walter Lafferty. you were 
elected to the G2d and 634 
Congresses from Portland, 
Oregon, and you were some- 
thing called a ‘Progressive 


" said the octo- 

genarian, weakly 

“Yes.” declared Mr. Griffin 
“It was against free shaves for 
Congressmen.” 

“You're right’” 
old gentleman. 
stubbly chin. “Tl wonder why 
I was against ft then” 


By George Sokolsky 


the tenets, doctrines or dog- 
mas of any religion, of any 
sect, or of secularism. This 
is a simple reaffirmation of a 
prized and basic characteristic 
of America’s legal and consti- 
tutional heritage.” 

But it has been the prized 
and fundamental characteris- 
tic of America’s legal and con- 
stitutional heritage to teach 
religion and a morality based 
on religion in our schools. All 
one needs to do is to read the 
early school readers of this 
country or to take the Me. 
Guffey Readers which 
strengthened the characters 
of millions of Americans at 
the time of this Natian’s 
greatest period of upbuild- 
ing. No ohe taught anything 
sectarian: they taught relli- 
gion. Nobody used the school 
to proselytize; they taught 
God and his law of life. 


J. EDGAR HOOVER has 
stated the results of the 
change of attitude: 

“Now as to the seriousness 
of the problem, I think I can 
point out to you that in 1955 
one out of every 35 youths 
between the ages of 10 and 
17 was arrested. Five hun- 
dred seventy six thousand 
persons under the age of 18 
were taken into custody in 
the United States. This hap 
pens to be an increase of 11 
per cent over the previous 
calendar year. At the present 
time the record shows that 42 
per cent of all 
rested for major crimes are 
persons under the age of 18. 
and of that number, more 
than one half are under the 
age of 15.” 


ianism has taken the place of 


morality, materialism 


place of God. The increase in Members 


juvenile delinquency can only 
convict the adulis who cor- 
rupt their own children by 
withholding from them Gods 
gift of moral law which alone 
can guide human beings, of 
whatever faith, te the moral 
life. Human experience has 
established that for it there is 
no substitute 


Coprrteht. 1954. King 
Peeteres Srecicete ioe 


eushy 
cws 


far as te edu 
<talement 


bed 


And 


revolting lard Fillmore 
Taylor a product of the com cause of 2 powerful President 
I'll bet you don't remember Yemen system. worked assedu- Thas. Vice President John Ad 
Tavier's peli ames under 
Indeed. Fillmore went so ten, Vice President Martin Van 
Tayiers death Beren under 
so os te heave Grew Jacrkeon aps ‘i 4 
you came as a Representative ™ glide over a sharp if implied Vire President Richard Nixon Secu rity Plan | 
reference toe their quarrels under President D ) 
these seme querrel« Picenhoee ° 


te defeat 


m nating 
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Representing as they do 2 ™™- 
minority of cases mm the history expected, Quaries is the leg- 
of the Lice presidency, the mo- ical choice to succeed him 
ttwe wndertying the entente The spare little Air Force 
mar te on evetoerve agree Secretary has been a mem- 
ment on policy. The most con her eon acento wae, 
specrueu iar . since : ren e came 
: er aoe Assistant Defense Secretary 


Vice President George M. Dal 
las, whe. te support one of for me ey ee ger 
President James K. Polk A reti elephone vice . 
" = wigh oo the 62-yearold | 
Quarles is both a scientist and | 


able executive. He unques-. 
knows more. about | 


the ten 


a2 tome 


tion and just over the | 
then any other ‘top 


Moreover, 


conven his preserving at any cost the ——— . 
Wright Group 
Will Submit | 


President img liewtenant enlisted in the 


George Washing 


Presiden: 
and. perh 


Dwight 


Further Reductions 


Lard Wright. chairman of 


VEA Ex 
For Admitti ng Negroes 


rhe speech and drama sec-with Arlington County public sais which the 12-member, bi- 
Republican.” What's more, I ton of the Virginia Education schools, is now in private partisan commission will make 


can remember the first speech Association has been custedspeech and hearing therapy 


because it admitted Negroes to affirmed its approval of its con- 


membership. 


One 


part 
1952 


white 


Martin 


of 
H 


of 26 sections of the 
VEA, the Virginie Sorech and 
Drame Assectation became -« 
of the state-wide group ir 
Its comstituther does not 
mem bersfir 

organtzaticn 
of teachers and school officials 


our seciety in which sectar- Sas — mem bers, 


the VEA. 


the Commission on Govern 


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sien begins in January 

In an interview Wright, how 
ever. said he cannot now in 
dicate exactly when that will 
be. or the scope of the propo 


. the commission has 
| and 

Wright has repeatedly stressed 

the “tremendous task Congress 
Stellen at 2 meeting last May. assigned to us.” 

_ Williems said the VEA direc ( i¢ now a year since Con-’ 
tors will effer an amendment to £ress created the commission 
their constitution at the VEA's to make a study of the field of 
assembiy im on Oct. Federal security. Commission 

“3. The amendment. be said members. however, were not 

will require VEA membership appointed until November 

28 2 prerequisite te member. The commission's work, how 
‘Pp ™® an affiliated section ; | | 
“In thet wer. Willienss «aid continuum “intensively” with 

7 wil be certain thet we will research inte fields ranging 
be able tn continue the historic from personne! security to se 
ee policies of the curity asperts of immigration 

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1956 


Highway Chief Says | 
Minnesota Avenue | 
Project Should Be 
Ready in 3 Weeks 


Express traffic from Mary- 
land will be able to travel 
the Anacostia leg of East’ 
Capitol st. in three weeks. | 
Highway Director J. N. Rob- 
ertson said yesterday | 

The East Capitol st. bridge 
across the Anacostia River has' 
heen open to motor traffic! 
si..ce last Nov. 10, but traffic! 
has been interrupted by con- 
struction work on an underpass 
at Minnesota ave. ne. 

Because of the construction 
work the bridge has not heen 
able to take any of the Fast 
Capitol st. traffic. 

The new artery will take mo- 
torists along a limited access,| 
Glane thoroughfare, from) 
which they view the river and 
the Capitol for a mile. 

Robertson told Reciprocal 
Club members at the May- 
flower Hotel yesterday the) 
$2.3 million underpass contract 
has been almost completed by| 
the Kenny Construction Co. 

“With no rain, we'll move 
traffic through in three weeks,” 
he said. | 

Widening and repaving Fast 
Capitol st. is part of a $30 mil- 
lion highway improvement pro 
gram in the eastern section of 
the city. 

Only one other contract on 
the East Capitol st. project re 
mains to be finished. This is 
a paving job from Kenilworth 
ave. to Stoddert pl., due for 
completion in mid-November 
This paving work will not stop 
traffic, Robertson said 

He reviewed the highway 
improvements siated in the 
District at the luncheon meet- 
ing. Some $106 million will be| 
freed for road work over the 
next three years, he said, as a 
result of the big highway bill 


passed by Congress last ses- 
sion. 


Roadblock _ 
a, They We 


| 
rae 


Ain Se 5 


. 
a 
pete o7 


ae 


Three days ago a photo of 10 Washington girls 
competing in a 1926 bathing beauty contest was 
published on the picture page of the Washing- 
ton Post and Times Herald. Since then twe 
Washington housewives, who are shown above, 


group in the 1926 picture. At left is M 


Virginia Told 

it Can Buy 

D. C, Airport 
Interest-Free Bonds 


Suggested for State — 
To Purchase Facility | 


| 


RICHMOND, Aug. 10 FW#—A 
Department of Commerce con- 
sultant told a Virginia legisia- 
itive study group today this 
State probably could arrange 
to take over the Federally 


operated National Airport at 
Washington and a supplement. 
ary site on an interest-ree 
bond basis. 

“Our feeling is that a fair ar- 
rangement with the Federal 
Government would be for the 
‘State to take over the Federal 
investment with $12% million 
t bearing bonds,” 
kley told the Com- 


Group Set Up 
To Stabilize 


Fruit Prices | 


MARTINSBURG, W. Va. 
Aug. 10 #—A newly formed! 
Fruit Growers Association, be. 
ing organized to — stabilize 
fruit prices, reported today it 
elrea has been assigned to 
market nearly half the orchard 
erop of this four-state growing) 7,06 C. Buc 
asge. mission. 

The Growers Processing AP-| Buckley was one of three De- 
ple Association of Applachia,|nartment officials heard by the 


Can’t Agree on Contest 
covering growers in the Fruit'study group investigating feasi-| 


Belt of Virginia, West Virginia,|,ijity of acquiring, operating) Two of the 10 bathing beau- 
Maryland and Pennsylvania,\snd constructing airport facili- ties of 1926 who graced the 
said it had signed up 3.5 mil-\si.. sient: Catlin at els euimeminnaes 
lion bushels of processing ap-| | ouis Rothschild, Under See-\? quiey 
l bout 45 per cent of the... . ¢ : on Wednesday turned up yes 
pies, a per ce retary of Commerce in charge! 
area's crop. | , terday still charming and still 
of transportation, predicted ret 

The directors are continuing |.ontinued growth in air trans- very pretty. 
the sign-up campaign and are) ortation and said that in 1959, Ut they could not remember 
eompleting details of the AS ewe will have jets in the pas- 
sociation’s formal organization. |... gercarrying field.” For this| 
A sixman committee was di-\reason, he said, it is necessary by 1965 and a total of $57.5 mil- 
rected to draw up.the grower 1).: sirport facilities. be im-jlion by 1975. He said the 1965 
contract and draft a constitu- .-oved and expanded. development stage of the Burke 
tion and bylaws. | “It is quite clear there is and'site and improvements at Na- 

The committee, named by! ii) continue to be a deficiency tional Airport could be 
Board Chairman E. Blackburn): the Washington area eco- achieved by the issuance of $24 
nomic base unless there are ad- million in revenue bonds. 


PAULINE RUBINTON 


LOUISE PARKER 


Miss Washington? 


1926 Bathing Beauties 


. 


just what beauty contest it wa 
they were in. 


1926 contest. 


— -——— 


1210 Tewkesbury place nw. 


the picture. 


Moore of Berryville, Va... con-; 
sists of R. Sam Dillon Jr., Han-| 


: ditional airport facilities,”| In response to a question as 
—_ <~ . = piatson, Buckley said. to whether Burke has been set- — rong Ba ogy Ra pe rem 
artinsburg; Arthur E. Rice; Commerce Department offi-\tied on as the supplementary : 


dr., Bigierville, Pa; Ralph W. tals were unanimous in their airport site, Rothschild said 
Tyson, Gardners, Pa; H. Deliv. that an arrangement\Burke actually was second in 
mar Robinson, Winchester, Va..| 114 be worked out for a State preference, the first choice be-) 
and Ben R. Lacy 3d, Front!.i-nort authority if one ising the Andrews Air Base near 
Royal, Va. ‘created to take over National Washington. He sald the Air 
The Association hopes to les-/,i-,ort and the proposed sup- Force had strongly opposed use 
een the wide price fluctuations) je mentary field. of the bases and this left the 
They also reported that ap-\" Buckley pointed to National Department preferring the 
le growers in western New Airport’s long record of earn- Burke site. 
ork and Michigan also are ings and predicted it would) State Sen. 
working along similar plans, of-|..44 to bring a good rate on wick of Arlington, study com- 
ficials said, and later the groups |) 4.45 sold for development of mission chairman, said his 
may work together under 4/1), proposed airport at Burke, group recognized that Virginia 
eentral plan. \ does not have “adequate air- 
Directors of the Association port facilities.” 


fa. 

are: In addition to the $12.5 mil- “4 - ; : 
i i i. > 1956 Legis 
Maryland—Dillon. lion cited as a possible acqu . egisiature pro 


, 

ind ‘sition price for the Federal vided for the airport study. A Today s Chuckle 
Pennsylvania—J ohn Lin *.|\Government’s equity, Buckley report on commission findings) Sign on a reducing parlor: 
Epweste!G Prank M. Hess, icted an additional $34 mil-|is to be made to the Governor “Come on in. What have you 
: egg veg dy many Monet ion would have to be invested and the General Assembly. got to lose?" 
Virginia—Robert J. Rea, 
t Jackson; Ph Glaize, | 
ester; William F. Young No Arrests During 5-Hour Tour 


zante ia SD. C. Police Cruiser Patrols 50 Miles 
To Keep Juveniles Out of Trouble 


Lynchburg; Joseph E. Hen- 
y, Creset; Lacy, Robii.son and 
West Virginia—Henry W. 
1 Jr., Paw Paw; Sam M 
, Shepherdstown; Ned 

By Wendell Bradley lH #t. ne. First stop was a/ In all, Murray and Lyons 

Stam Reporter supermarket with a dozeninvestigaied 50 places known 

Cruiser 86 left police head- boys, from 8 to 18 years oldias “hot spots” to police. Most 

quarters at 7 o'clock last night|in front. Less than half the'o¢ them were quiet last night. 

boys had wagons tocarry shop .,. . ad 
and patrolled 50 miles of the ad wn. heme. | “Kids are wising up.” Lyons 


, Romney, and Matson. 
, The rest! 
city’s streets for five hours wore told to leave. said. “We've noticed a big drop. 
without making an arrest, in-| 


r Wey. i aS Sage yey! Z h e The 2500 block of Pennsylvania 
vestigating a crime or respond-'older ys take a cut o e 
ing to a citizen's complaint. ‘younger one’s earnings,” Mur- ave. se. used to be a faverite 
The police car, manned by ray said. place for hot-rodders. Nothing 
Pyvts. George FE. Murray and! At Lincoln Park the officers|20ing there now. 
Alphonzo H. Lyons, was tak-/found five teen-agers standing) Lyons and Murray told 
ing part in a week-old experi-|in front of a drug store. A 15-/Sroup of six boys and girls in 
ment which officials hope will\yearold with a duck-tai! hair-# movie -holise parking lot to 
result in a significant drop in'cut was nonchalantly smoking ™°V¢ On. : 
teen-age crime. a cigar. Maybe they won't do any- 
“The job of the men in the| Fifth District Lt. Nunzio thing, Murray said. “But may- 
cruiser is not to arrest teen-|Bonaccotsy, who arrived on the De later we'd have had a rape 
agers, but to prevent them'scene just before Cruiser 86, call, or stolen hub caps or a 
from getting into trouble,”|recognized two. of the boys. /fight. 
Capt. John F. Ryan of the|They recently had been ar-| Prevénting teen-agers from 
Juvenile Bureau said. “Thejrested for nemeeng escapees, 
cruiser keeps a constant patrol/from the Nat Training 
athe. drugstors, restaurants,/School. A third was wounded (half the 
ice cream pariors and dance) 
halls where kids congregate.” | 
“Trouble starts when kids 
leongregate with time on their 
hands. They get rowdy. The 


his wife. 


‘ 


Washington. 


sit 


GAS HEAT 


have identified themselves as members of the 


Simon, 1210 Tewkesbury pl. nw., whose maiden 
name was Pauline Rubinton. At right is Mrs. 
Gilbert G. LaGorce, 4400 47th st. nw., wife of 


The Washington Post and 


Times Herald ran the picture the as yet undetermined cost 
of a line of unidentified bath- of removing streetcar tracks. | 
ing beauties in an unidentified) Lioyd Harrison, assistant cor- 


“Why, yes, that's the Miss 


Scapa Flow Contest of 1926,” not bind them to use the same 
said Mrs. Samuel Simon, of formula in the future. 


after overcoming her shock 
when her husband showed her wrote: 


Both women agreed the con- 
test was held at the Scapa Flow! 
pool on Georgia ave. near Grif- 
Charles R. Fen- th Stadium. They leave it up)versed the District Court, and 

to others of the still unidenti-| he Supreme Court declined to 
fied beauties to settle whether ‘eview the case. The Supreme 
it was Miss Scapa Flow or Miss Court sent the case 


re District Beauty Queens in 1926 


rs. Samuel 


ED 


on this page. 


the advertising director of the National Geo- 
graphic Magazine. 
Parker in 1926. Photos of both as they appeared 
in the bathing beauty photo are published below 


Agency Sites 


| 


For First Time 


Recordings 
On Tape Put 
InE vidence _ 


Regional Council 
Says Unapproved 
Moves From D. C, 
Are Against Law 


By Liz Hillenbrand 
Staff Reporter 
The chairman of the Na-|| 
tional Capital Regional Plan-| 
ning Council protested to the) 7*P¢ Tecordings of conversa 
White House yesterday that'tions were introduced in a 
the Administration is sanc-\W4*!Judicial proceeding yes 
tioning violation of the law} eres: probably for the fret 
by letting Federal agencies, 
locate in nearby. Maryland 
and Virginia without con- 
sulting planning agencies. 


They were introduced by 
William L. Taggart, Federal 
Trade Commission counsel, in 
proceedings against Better Liv- 
In a letter to the President, . 
Max S. Wehrly, Council chair-'"%. Inc., an aluminum storm 
man, declared such “piece- window distributor, accused of 
meal” location is resulting in “grossly exaggerated” adver- 
‘serious problems “especially in tising. The company operates 
terms of their impact in rela-\stores in New York, Pennsyl- 
tion to water supply, sanitation vania, New Jersey and Mary- 
land river pollution, highway land. 
‘access, and related elements.”| Inspector Roy E. Blick, of the 
Wehrly pointed out that the Police Department's morals di- 
National Capital Planning Activision, made the recordings in 
of 1952 requires review of plans his office from wire recordings 
for Federal agencies in thisithat had been taken in Sep- 
area by the Regional Planning tember, 1953, in Philadelphia. 
Council and the National Cap-| The wire recordings were ob- 
ital Planning Commission. He tained by Philadelphia detec- 
said a recent trend toward lo- tives who had enlisted the aid 
cating Federal buildings with-\of a housewife. The detectives 
out adherence to this portion hid a microphone in a vase in 
of the law has grown up “under the woman's living room and 
what I understand to be the recorded her conversation with 
sanction, if not directive, of the one of Better Living'’s sales- 


: 


Stal Photos 


Mrs. LaGorce was Miss Louise 


Transit Fare Pla 
Restated 


| The District Publie Utilities as moot, because Congress in 
'Commission has reaffirmed its 
policy of determining public 
jtransit fares by basing them jegally declare the question 
on the “original cost” of tran- 


|sit property. 
day to the 
Court of Appeals, the PUC 
said the original cost method 
produces a “factual and real- 
istic result.” 

| The new District transit op- 


jerator, O. Roy Chalk, may not 
\ask for a fare increase before 


Aug. 15, 1957. 
‘Chalk is purchasing Capita! 


|Transit for $13.5 million, and. 
the company now has an orig- 


‘mal eost base for figuring fares 

at slightly over $19 million. 
There is a likelihood, how- 

ever, that PUC will consider 


Chalk’s line as an entirely dif- | 


ferent operation and use the 
s\$13.5 million figure. The cost 
is further complicatedeby the 
‘fact that Chalk has assumed 
all CTC obligations, including 


iporation counsel, said yester- 
day the PUC’s latest arguments 
for an origina! cost basis did 


7 


In its finding to the Appeals 
Court, however, the PUC 
base determined 


| “The rate 


“Why, yes, that’s the Missiby us is as near to a precise 
Washington Contest of 1926," 4 h 


"\measure of the fair value of 
» the property for rate making 
‘purposes as, in our opinion, 


of 4400 47th st. nw., said hercan be determined.” 
husband is threatening to use| 
the picture on Christmas cards. 


| 


George Spiege|!, Washington 
attorney, had challenged this 


ait until your grandchil-/method in a court case. He said 
‘dren see this,” LaGorce told’ the PUC should have used 


‘rate base reflecting the current 
value of CTC property. 

The District Court threw out 
the case, the Appeals Court re- 


back to 
he PUC last January. 
The PUC regarded 


the case 


Relief Checks 


‘May Be Increased 


years of work and four weeks Civitan Club of Arilandria at 


| Persons on public assistance 


securit 
before July, 1957, Asst. District 


In a finding reported Wednes- 
United States 


of increased costs of the con-'Robert Graff, first vice presi- 
tract; a 90-day retraining pro-dent; Hassell Stiltner, second 
may get more money as a re- gram, with pay, for streetcar 'vice 
sult of the new Federal social operators in the planned con- Moore, secretary; 
law, but checks prob- version 
ably will not show an increase buses. 


——————«—— Executive Offices.” men with a receiving set in an 
| “We sincerely request thafadjoining room. 
the Executive Offices see to it! ‘The FTC subpenaed the re- 
‘thet, In the future, agenciesicordings last April, but it was 
contemplating locations in out-\necessary to transcribe them 
lying areas be required to con-'on tape before they could be 
‘form with the provisions of law used as evidence. 
jand in such a manner that this| Taggart said the FTC scoured 
‘trend can be properly related| Federal agencies in vain for 
to the orderly, efficient and someone who could do the job. 
healthful growth of the area Finally, he said, the FTC hit 
as a whole,” the letter £0n-\on Blick, who had worked with 
cluded. mechanical eavesdropping in- 
Backing Wehrly’s action, his struments for 15 of his 25 years 
Council yesterday adopted 4 with the police department. 
resolution that the National | After yesterday's hearing, 
Capital Planning Commission, which was adjourned until 
in collaboration with the Re-| Sept. 7, trial examiner Abner 
gional Planning Council, “pre-|Lipscomb said he had accepted 
pare a “step-by-step planning ithe recordings on the basis of 
the Appeals Court declares it procedure to be followed bythe Supreme Court's 1952 deci- 
moot. The PUC’s arguments can Federal agencies in selecting sion in On Lee vs. U. S. In that 
still be used as precedents in M¢W, Sites within the National/case the Court ruled that a re- 
future cases. Capital region; and that this corded conversation between 
procedure should be made ef-\the defendant and a Federal 
fective through the issuance narcotics undercover agent via 
of a proper Executive Order.” , transmitter inside the agent's 
The trend toward disbursal vot did not violate the search 
of agencies to outlying areasiond seizure provisiona of the 
was instigated by a tive| Fourth Amendment. 
from the Office of Defense Mo) 1 inscomb added that he had 
bilization, the Council was in-|,.ver heard of a previous ad- 
formed. ‘ministrative proceeding in 
The problem was illustrated |. »iep had 
at yesterday's Council meeting,|,.0n introd art, whe 
when Veterans Administration .,i4 he had searched prece- 


officials applied for review of dents carefully in preparing for 


Chalk Set 
Talk: , 
lks Tod ay two ee ee Rock. |@* Seats Serene with the trial 


O. Rey Chalk, new trancit/vjile Pike in the, southern ares! 

operator, and Walter J. Bier-\> sed site is 25 acres cornea B Polio Cases 
Reportedin 

District Area 


wagen, union chief, will resume by the Dawson Farm Develop- 
talks on their labor contract ment Co. The other is located 
St 2 p. m. today. _ {immediately behind the first 

Present terms expire at mid- ee — farther from 
night, Tuesday, when Chalk ’ 

Three new cases of polio in 
the Washington area were re- 
ported yesterday. 

A 15-year-old boy in the 11800 

ock of Huggins dr., Silver 


The VA officials said the 
has been authorized by Con- pag - “red faced” to find 
Spring, is Montgomery Coun- 
ty’s first case. County health 


gress to close his purchase deal ¢hat Rockville is part of the Na- 
with Capital Transit Co. tional Capital area,. requiring’ 
The two men are slated to review by the Council. 
meet in the office of James A Wehrly commented that “the 
Holden of the Federal Media- same situation of not knowing 
tion and Conciliation Service, the provisions of the law has bl 
3d and G sts. mw. The parties occurred on several occasions.” 
eter ok eee Brg mm The Council deferred a deci- 
sions urscay ‘0 &OW sion on the hospital locations 
Chalk to go to New York to yntil September, pending staff ae ee 
sign final papers with bankers study. pital Tuesday with bulbar polio 
who are financing him. The Council agreed yester-iti. had not received ahiir oan. 
He will return to what ap- day to join with the Interstate .jin. shots 
pears to be a deadlock over the Commission on the Potomac A 3-year-old girl and a 15- 
month-old boy of Prince 
Georges County have been con- 
firmed as polio victims, the 
County health department an- 
nounced yesterday. The boy, 
of Southlawn, suffered tem- 
‘porary paralysis beginning in 
April. He had not received 


by PUC 


he interval had revoked the 
“TC franchise. Harrison ex-' 
vlained that the PUC could not 


moot. It therefore submitted to 
the Appeals Court the informa- 
tion the court requested. 

The case will be closed when 


Transit Contract 


Bierwagen, 


after 15, and an 8th holiday,ithe club's August meeting in 
plus Inaugural Day. Also time Aljison’s Little Tea House on 
and a half pay for holidays; a Arlington Ridge rd. 

bar against layofis as a result) Others taking office were 


president; Malcolm L. 


from 


Public Welfare Director Don- 
ald Brewer said yesterday. 
An increase would be con- 


Mere Women Than Men 


question of a contract exten-| River Basin and the U. S. Corps 
sion past Tuesday. The union of Engineers in sponsoring a 
Chalk has insisted on an e€x- month to determine a program 
tension, wtih no guarantee of for action on the Potomac Riv- 
He and Bierwagen reportedly 
still have to discuss the union's . “8 . 
Arlandria Civitan Club iia wae 
cipally they are a 25-cent wage , : 4 
increase, with from § to 15 Installs New President |.,1¢ #'t!. who lives in Hy. 
j drens Hospital in June. Sh 
three weeks’ vacation after five installed as president of the|suffered no paralysis and had 
So far this year, there have 
been nine cases of polio in the 
pared 
with 87 at this time last year. 
The Distriet has reported three 
ton one. Alexandria 
Harry Gil-ino cases. oe ame 
‘Quinton, assistant secretary. (urged caution this year in re- 
porting polio cases. Health of. 
each suspected case of polio 
thoroughly before listing it. 


tingent upon case loads remain- 
ing at their present level, 
Brewer said. 

Because of a lack of funds, 
Brewer explained, the District 
Welfare Department for years 
has followed the procedure of 
figuring out how much money 
a destitute person requires to| 
live on, and then lopping off | 
about 22 per cent before pay-| 
ment. 

Using a complex formula, the 
Federal Government contrib- 
utes part of the money paid 
out by the District. The new! 


I 
it 


: 


the formula as of Oct. 1. 


McCarthy in Hospital 
With Old Knee Injury 


Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R- 
Wis.) has been in the Bethesda 


c 
c 


P 
(Md.) Naval Hospital since Mon- 


day for treatment of an old 
knee injury, it was disclosed) 
yesterda 


Alexandria’s Population - 


tl 


2.523 in 6 Ye 
Up 22,523 in 6 Years AND STORED 

) - 

Alexandria's population has'to birth and migration to the ae 
jn Original city area. | 

crepes nd moana eta a " The present population in : 
he past six years, according tO’, ieyandria’s total area of 15.6 
he city’s planning office. ‘square miles is broken down! 
A city census report shows to 41,334 males and 42,976 fe. 
males. The report shows 18,777) 

- 


social security law will change that the present population is 
84.310. In 1950, a Federal census 


step toward an economic study) 
which is expected to lead to de- 
velopment of a city master 


has demanded arbitration. top-jevel regional meeting next 

arbitration. er basin problems. 

special contract proposals. Prin- 

conte taba MC UAEele, cactus © Casual aie was admitted to Chil- 
received two Salk shots. 
Washington area com 
cases, Fairfax two, and Arling- 

streetcars to'mer, treasurer, and Russell) The Public Health Service — 
ficers have been asked to check 
RUGS 


are whites and 8533 are non- 
whites. 

ounted 61,787 persons in the) An expanding future school 

ity. population is pointed up by age 

The new census is the initial classifications which show that 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
18 Seturday, August 11, 1956 


LD a 


Marine Colonel 


Anne Arundel Accepts | 
03 Negro Applications [Ee Meslay 


ANNAPOLIS (#- 
year-old 


Cou 


rule. 
nity echool 


Anne 


Using a 30. 
Arunde! 


officiala have 


granted nearly all of 53 applica- 
tions for Negro children to be 


enrolled in 


schools 
The 53 applied under a ruling 
of the Board of Education last 


May that students in the first! 


previously white 


three grades may attend the 


achool nearest them regardless day named Maj. Gen. Emerson) 


of previous restrictions. 


In considering applications, Army Engineers, effective 
Supt. David S. Jenkins said the 4.4 1 


Roard followed an old State rul- 
ing that the nearest school is 


that one served by the school Tyler 


bus stopping nearest the stu- 


dent 


‘s home. 


Only three applications came 
from south of Annapolis. where 
feeling is strongest against the 
Roard’s integration policy. Six 
of the pupils will be admitted 
io Annapolis schools and the 
rest to achools throughout the 


rounty 


Rive 


Four 
largest 


north of 
r 

will 
number 


the Severn 


probably be the 


for any one 


school, Dr. Jenkins said 
The enrollment figures were 


made public as the Board pon- Point in 1924. He has been in’ 
dered a suit filed against it by the Engineers for 31 years. 


eight white parents seeking to 
block integration. 


Dorchester Drops Bar 
On 12th Grade Negroes 


CAMBRIDGE. Md.. Aug. 10 Planned and initiated the re-/American sector of Northern/at Quantico until forced to re- 


i» 


The 


Dorchester 
Roard of Education said today Cherbourg. 


County 


it would admit 12th grade Ne- 
gro students to its previously 
all-white schools if they made 
“bona fide requests.” 

The statement issued by the 


Roard made no réference to - 


desegregation of other classes 


The 


board sa 


id, however, 


that it planned “in good faith 
to comply with the Supreme 
Court decree concerning deseg- 


rega 


tion.” . 


The statement said that inte- 
gration would apply to all mu- 
sical programs, assemblies and 


athietic 
County 


events, 
teache 


and to all 
rs meetings 


ealled by the Board 

All requests by students for 
reassignment to other schools 
“will be considered in the light 


of present enrollment availa 
bility and teachers assign 
ments,” the Board said 
Postlude 


‘Coppelia’ 
3 Times in 
Washington 


By Paul 


Washington is 
versions of “Coppelia” within 
a five-month period 

In June the Ballet Russe de 
Monte Carlo, offered their per- 
formance at the 


ron Amphitheater 


Hume 
seeing three 


Carter Bar- 
Last night) 


on the same stage the National 


Ballet 
In October the Royal 
is slated to give their 
quite 
the Capitol 


Ballet 


Dani 


conception at 


of Canada 


sh. and 


Theater 
In the Canadian version the 
Gaint-Leon choreography sur- 


vives with the 


gave theirs 
Danish 


different, 


modified man- 


ner of miming to which we are 
accustomed. Celia Franca, the 
company's artistic director, Is 
also their Swanhilda, filling the 
extensive role with both art 
and a clear knowledge of its 
traditions. 


In 


the opening act 


Miss 


Franca has a pert vivaciousness 
spiced with a slashing parade 


of the role’s 
liance. 


technical 
In the second act she 


bril- 


dominates the busy scene with 
easy darting humor. 


Gl 


his firet 


well 


Gibson 
Frantz. 
up on the 


enn 


we have seen in 
hysique, and in a wonderful 

vish insouciance, he has the 
right manner. In his solo, there 
were leaps and turns of excit- 
ing brio. 


The girlie of the 


was seen in 
He stars out 
top of those 
the role. In 


company 


made fine looking friends for 


Swanhilda, and together with sie 


the boys gave the czardas and 
its companion pieces great zest 
The novelties of the second 


act 


can stand 


considerable 


sharpening up in the reitera|~ounty.” she said, “why don’t'Montgomery County Hospital At Naval Laboratory 


tions of movement that make 


the scene such a lively affair.| 


The same can be said of Marcel 
Chojnacki’'s Coppelius. He 
shows too small a range of 
emotions in his traversal of the 


role. 


Rage, 


grief, bewilderment, 


and open delight must have 
their separate expressions and 


actions, reflecting the 
tor's 
watches his creatures in action sunny. hish 
and as they are abused. Mere *rt'? 


inner feel 


poor doc- 
ings as he 


Haggerty 
Rites Slated © 


The Rev. 


‘in West Ten- 
nessee and 
Funeral services for retired) Kentucky, = 
Et Oe $$ | yesterday. 
Marine Lt. Col. John W. Hag), short {illness 


gerty, 56, who served in World gt Emergency 


Ttschner to Head je i ne se ry 


held with full Dresden, 
military hon- Tenn. Mr. 


ors Tuesday at Hart was a 
su p erannuate 


A as my BE ng l neer S y , er Chapel OS Meme tier, ot 


.« ©@ «£2 #@ 6 @ o fie Arlington 
President Fisenhower yester-’ Nati ws 


Rev. Sterling Hart Dead; fram ta, 
Circuit-Riding Minister {=c:% 


| Sterling Reece; Mr. Hart was born in Dar- 
Hart, 94. area resident for the'danelle, . Yell County, 
‘past 10 years and a retired cir- literally ‘In the midst of the 
‘cuit-riding Methodist minister Civil Wat. His parents were on 


the Methodist Church. He = 
tired some 25 years ago. hie 
lived in Dresden for several| Methodist 


2 
Cl ; ‘ 


O God, our Guide, looking 


of thy leading. 
Thou hast seen the end 
from the beginning, and 
thow hast had a plan for our 
lives. We strive to walk in 
the way thou hast led wus. 
Teach us that all the way 
our Savior leads us. So now 
and always may we bless 
the hand that guided, the 
héart that planned: in Jesus 
Christ's name. Amen. 
—George A. Litfle, Toronto, 


Ark., 


their way from Weakley 
County, Tenn. to a new home in 
Arkansas. His father, Thomas! 
Greene Fiart a Confederate 
Army officer, died of an illness 
before they could reach their 
destination. 

Mr. Hart grew up and he 
came a teacher in Weakley 
County. He then became a can- 
didate for the ministry and was 
lordained into what was then 
the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South—later joined 
with other ups to form the 
urch. 

He was first assigned to the 


School Publications, United 
Church of Canada. 


og CR, “Whatton” Risieeen 
rehes ef Christ 


ol) ef the 
ag + Uv. @. A 


Ernest Pedersen 


Ernest Pedersen, 55, an art- 
and painting contractor 


' Hart of chiloh battlefield near Pitts-here for 31 years, died Wednes. 


andiday at Providence Hospital of 
had been ill for 
some time. 


Ont., former editor, Sunday | 


oo bef ing to sta 
C. Itschner as chief of the age th hie son, Joe Y| shiloh Meetinghouse on thelist 
: Beltsville, Md. 
Shores Fis, Col Haggerty| “Brother” Hart, as he was|burs , Landing. Tenn. and 
Itschner, who lives at 505) since August, 1954, died at the|*nown to his many parishion- yee eonference cancer. He 

place, Alexandria, re Veterans Administration Hos-/*™ and to the friends through- While. still a schoolteacher 
, 1tG S$ PD Stursis pital, Coral Gables, Fila out the Conference, saw the shad hin bebheed ’ 
places 14. Gen. 5. 2. SUSrEss. ’ | ways of the circuit rider change|he married his boyhood sweet- 
: Wednesday heart, Martha Nelson Kennedy. 


Itschner has been assistant 
chief of engineers for civil 
works since March, 1954. In 
that position, he is responsible 
for supervising the Nation-wide 
civil ‘works program of the 
Corps of Engineers. The pro- 
gram includes investigation, 
planning, construction and 
maintenance of Federal river 
and harbor, flood control and 
multiple purpose projects. 


d red 
Ho ee eee oaes to forse|She died in 1948 at the age of 


years 


When he enlisted as a private 
highways and his trusty horse! 
in 1918, he saw duty at Parris give place to the automobile. 


Born in England, Mr. Peder- 
sen came, to this country 34 


azo from Denmark 


where he grew up and was ed- 
|82. The had seven children,/ucated. He settled first in Bal- 


Island, S. C., and on St. Thomas if f who ive: Ravyiti 
"ay He built churches and par.'our of whom survive. y|timore, where he met and mar 
in the Virgin Islands. After his sonages, and swam candied Kennedy Hart, Little Rock, |ried, Margaret F. Kiank, then 

discharge in 1924 he became 4) .6k5 and waded the backwa-|Ark.; Hope Hart, 3620 Con-|moved to Washington in 1925. 


civilian employe at the Quan-|i.+. of the Mississippi to reach/necticut ave. nw.; Nelson Key 

ico Post Exchange. ‘his meetings. He preached to|Hart, 3710 Williams lane, Chevy 
Recalled to active duty a8 8\-ural eongregations under|Chase, Md., and Joe Hart. 

captain in World War Il, he W&5) brush arbors and led hundreds} Funeral services and burial 

stationed at Quantico and here. 4¢ gospel revivals. will be Monday in Dresden. 

After the war he returned to) | 

civilian life and the Quantico’ 


’ 


; 


A graduate of the Corcoran 
School of Art, Mr. 
was a commercial artist, paint 
contractor 
here. He operated his business 
bas e from his home at 6514 4ist 
i ‘ave., University Park, Md. 


Pedersen 


anc sign painter 


‘am. said she 


Itschner began his Army ca 


reer on graduation from West) exchange as manager and' 


A widety yond audit ate in RROD. Randall, 


a rounder or 


At the outbreak of the Ko- 


— freon vee, be, wee coe ote Church Here 


In World War I! Itschner 
was in charge of Air Force con- 
struction when that program) 


MAJ. GEN. E. ITSCHNER 
‘was at its height. Later he was’ . ++ new engineer chief | 


‘in charge of heavy construction'/——————- 
in Northern France. He 


construction of the port of/France, Belgium, Luxembourg tire in 1953 for health reasons. 
and Germany 
He also was in charge of the Itschner also. served 14 nw. until moving to Florida. 
ehabilitation of all railroads, months in Korea. For two years 
rts, hospitals, depots, bar- before he came to Washington his wife, Juanita Haggerty of eae: 1341 K at. 
racks, coal mines, stee| mills he was North Pacific Division’'Miami Shores; six children, «o wi} be held #e 
and public utilities in the engineer. John Ill, 4912 S. 20th rd., Ar- 9+ ‘12 noon to- a 
_.'lington, a Marine captain sta-day in ¥riend-& 
tioned at Marine Barracks shin Raptist 
jhere; Mrs. Nathan Sibley,chyureh. iat 
\Schoefield Barracks, Hawaii; and H ste ew. 
Mrs. Charlies R. Schultz JT.. Burial will he 
92138 Glenville rd, Silver),  tLineoln 
Spring, Md.;: Robert Haggerty, Memorial Cem- 
119 Pine Spring rd. Falls etery 
Church, Va; Mrs. George! : 
Stark of Iwakuni, Japan; Kath- 


Fiery Cross and Shots 


Protective Care Given 


Rev. Randall 


Girl After Disturbances 2 seercien eae “oes Mr Bansal 


Friends may call at the General Hospital 

, h fy , 
Fairfax County police have said when a ward reaches the Chenin on ~ 9 7 | He founded the church, 
placed a 19-year-old white girl 48e of empicyment the Depart- 


in protective custody because aaae sv ieer teeeewe™ a ‘Pro- ‘ : 
when she sought refuge with “We tried to interest Ruby U. S, Prison 


a Negro family, a cross-burning in becoming a nurses aid,” the 
and an exchange of shots re- Official said, “and we got ae | nt 
sulted . several jobs but she wouldn't opu ation 
we stick with them.” 
The girl, Ruby Taylor Fincl- police Lt. Lance Greer con- 
moved 
home of Myrtie Neal, 5 Oak rd...wealth attorney Ralph Louk 
near Vienna, because she had and County Court Judge John| 
no place else to go A. Rothrock before Mrs. Fin- | Im 1949 he was named pastor 
Wednesday night, unidenti- cham was taken into protective *h® Federal Rureau of Prisons,'.¢ yrount Joy Baptist Church, 
fied persons set fire to an 8- custody. reported yesterday that the sth st. and Virginia ave. se. He 


foot cross in front of the Neal 
residence and Thursday night County Welfare Department had decreased 
a car drove up in front of thejhas custody in this case until Northwestern College here. 
house and five shots were fired. Mrs. Fincham reaches 21. She June 30. / Mr. Randall was vice-chair- 
A member of the Neal family was held under a detaining!) The slight drop has not, how-|..... of the nursery committee 
fired one shot into the air. No order signed by Judge Roth-¢ver. alleviated overcrowded\4¢ the Southeast Community 
one was injured. " }rock. conditions in major institU-s use and a member of the 
Mrs. Fincham has been a Attorney Ernest N. Hudgins, “0S, —_— said. Southeast Civie Association. 
ward of the County for 10 years. representing Mrs. Fincham,| . The Federal prison popula- 
She came under its jurisdiction has filed a writ of habeas cor- “U0 On June 30, 1956, was 20, ginia T. Randall; a daughter, 
because her mother was mental- pus with Circuit Court in an 374, down 336 from the pre- Fdith Actie of Washington; a 
ly ill and her father a drunkard, effort to obtain her release. | V'0US year. stepdaughter, 
yy ine, nly saitlcant decrease jiams Loyd; a. sister, Inet 
She lived in sever 0 " 2 . | . ne grandson. 
homes and last September she Syrian Student fined. Bennett reported, was in//Tnme! tht tues 
was sentence 0 serve ' 
in G s eg, were 2400 less immi 0 i0- 
Se conan naire Miienead on Ordered ip Leave nat vet gencins os gg — wee Joseph G. Arendes 
vagrancy charges. She was re- an increase of 600 in the num-. Sérvices for Joseph George 
leased last April with time off A 31-year-old Syrian student ber of military prisoners re-/Arendes, 63, a retired Metro- 
for good behavior. Last May, Who made his living here by ceived. politan policeman, were held 
she married a 22-year-old Vien- door-to-door selling was or- Bennett reported no serious yesterday in St. Stephen's 
na roofer, Sam Fincham, but dered deported yesterday after riots or major disturbances.(Catholie Church, 25th and 
they separated three weeks he admitted exchanging kisses There was a slight decrease in Pennsylvania ave. nw. Buria 
later. Welfare officials said with a 14-year-old Arlington escapes, all of which were from W45 in Arlington National Cem- 
The County Welfare Depart- girl through her front door juvenile institutions. etery. 
ment swore out a warrant for screen. In the District, Donald Clem-| A Washington native, Mr 
Mrs. Fincham’s apprehension Anwar Sibai, listed at 5020 mer, director of the Depart-/Arendes served 14 years as a 
last June but officers couldn’t 4th st. nw., was convicted in ment of Corrections, said the/policeman here, retiring as a 
find her until recently. She was Arlington Juvenile Court of population of Washington pris- Private im 1938. He drove a4 
released from jail under $750 SUDjecting a minor to immoral ons has grown without any de-\patrol wagon in the Sevench 
bond pending a hearing in influences. He was given a crease for the last 10 years. (Precinct and was stationed in 
County Court. The hearing three month jail sentence. The; Last Tuesday, Clemmer said, both the Eighth and Fifth dur- 
was moved up from Aug. 17 S¢mtence, Judge Hugh Reid the population of the District ing his career. 
to next Monday after she was 22/4, would be suspended upon Jail, Workhouse and Reforma-| Am Army veteran of World 
taken into protective custody. ©!54!'s departure from this tories reached a record high of War I, Mr. Arendes died Mon- 
Members of the Neal family °°U8"Y- , 4710. This compares with 2094/day after a long illness at Ke 
said Mrs. Fincham had stayed ‘on the same wa 10 years ago. ee Veaete 
with them off and on for three r | Last June, Clemmer told a °o . 
or four weeks but —,. Montgomery to Vote papertes Ser, The See pa . 
come back now “because it is . Post an imes era the . 
too dangerous for her to stay On Hospital Bonds lovercrowding was a “time Deaths Elsewhere 
in a colored settlement.” Montgomery County voters bomb for trouble.” He said the Actor Felix Oudard, 75, vet- 
Mrs. Fincham, a beautiful nay vote Nov. 6 whether they *tuation remained just as eran of the French legitimate 
d d rasa 7 dangerous today. and musical stage and movies, 


blue-eyed brunette, said she ha . . 
received no help from her fos want the county to float a $3 He cited the crowded econ- played with the leading actors 


ter mother or-her father. She million bond for financing con-\ditions, which made it harder of the past half century in 
said-her husband “has given me ~ t ete of the Silver Spring'for guards to watch prisoners, France; in Paris. 
only $1 since we were mar- Hospital. ‘and the need for additional’ : 
ied.” The County Elections Board guards. Ps gg Bes ot en 
| She said she left Goochland announced yesterday it has! ‘Corp "at tae York, dastaned 
with “a clean bill of health” completed its check of peti-' . the Lake Murray Dem near 
‘and wasn’t on parole or proba-|tions requesting a referendum 10,000th Gives Blood Columbia S. C., and Ms engi 
tion. “If I'm a ward of the submitted this week by the : . ~ 

neering activities — " 

' tries, inclu 

they help me?” ‘Referendum Association rmoap Liamcteee yptecee mgr nig, ~: 

A Welfare Board official said found more than 11,000 signa-| The 10,000th blood donor at/ing current work in Indonesls 
the Board had “tried every- tures, far more than the 50a9/the Naval Research Laboratory < C , ° 
thing” with Mrs. Fincham over needed to put the question on'since the Red Cross bloodmo-~ ~~ 
a period of years.. The official the ballot. ‘bile started visiting there in| The Rev. Charile M. Duna- 

: : December, 1950, gave his pint evangelist ely _— 4 me 
Ft ay epi one of 360 employes conducted 1000 covivel meet- 
| Oo $0. ings; in Enid, a. 
National Weather Summary °si0 ::sngtoca t. nourana, "© ES 
| of 1325 Maple View pl. se. an| Mary A. Bigelow, 78, > 
ware, Ohio, wife of William F. 


| Weshimgtes ond Area: Today 
— pe a EN ory v 49: Geed hand to congratulate him was 
'Priday’s relative humidities: Maximum. | 4--umulated ) BY gh 4 Capt P. H. Horn (USN), diree-| 


‘until 11 a.m. today. 

A native of Leesburg County, 
Va., Mr. Randall came to Wash 
ington as a boy. At 18 he was 
ordained a deacon at Sharon 
‘Baptist Church. He was li- 


\10 years he served as assistant 
James V. Bennett, director of pastor of Friendship Baptist. 


slightly as of and Master of Theology from 


Housekeeping magazine; 
Delaware, Ohio. 


Pleasant fussiness is by MO's7 ot 620 © m: minimum. 44 8! since Jan 1. 1986. reese, Det- tor of the Labo 
: : ; . 4 ratory. It was 
ae Ne ta 908 an overall at. ,, marrnn@: Today—Partiy cloudy, not Accummlates Aodcienes precipttatinn the 27th visit of the bloodmo-| Dr, Henry Percy Pickerill, 
, | Sunday Portis clegly. mederste tom-| sine Aen. 1. 1966. 0 took 7 bile. 77, one of the founders of mod- 
_jern plastic surgery; in Well- 


Sunday - 
tractiveness with the same ra. Sunes. | 


diant costuming and expert en. 
semble that marks this com- 


panys 


entire 


repertoire. It 


will be seen again on Monday. 
Tonight: “Swan Lake,” com- 
plete. 


Pope Switches Day 
To Honor Workers 


A: . 
Virsinia:  Todar—Most!y Shag? bat ty low. "24 = co - 

me cio se. - weet. Manon : Bor riees : 
aS to 90 east sunkee- Paste cloudy. 6. @. arte ee m. th 
Farm m 


wer © Ber: 12:18 0 10% is 5. = ine rn ? 
reat Ce, DP aaahe bate E Robe eee Be Today S 
Events 


| ington, New Zealand. 


' 
‘Temperatures and rain for 24 hours ending 7 P. M. Friday: 


M. L. Pree. LA Pree. m 1. Pree. 
1 ‘a o* New Orleans , 
Se _t] Mew York 86 73 
* 061 Sass cute nae 
ha eo as 463 
if qo 
| Phoenix 06 «(O79 
lr J Pittsburgh so 668 
j Ee. Pertiand.Me. 96 64 
. a | ( 
i 
4 3 | Ricnmena 2 73 
a8 8 Sim 6 
| - 


rw 
- 45. 
* — 
PISKIBVS SE 


Services for the Rev. Ray- 
He lived at 6710 Western ave.mond Matthews Randall. 52. . 
: founder and first pastor of the 10—Dr. Johannes S. Buck, 60, past president and vice presi- 
The Colonel is survived by girst Baptist Church of South- brilliant chemist and well-to-do dent 


which now has a membership 
‘of 200, in February of 1955. The 399 yards from the laboratory 
body will lie in state there } ijding he found Buck's body, of Nursing Education has re- 


“ were found nearby. 


. .-— 
in the sulted Aasistant Common- Drops in 56 lensed a minister im 1934. For\the scientist also was having the dean of the school. 


Under Virginia law. the population of Federal prisons’held the degrees of Bachelor) Duke University before going) 


Surviving are his wife, Vir- 


Elizabeth Wil- 


Hospital, 


Mostly) Winds: Mostly west st 10 te 18 miles engineer at the Laboratory. O2| Rigelow aie elites all Cand 
: in 


. a one py oe es day rome at oe oe sisnaae 
team heade aries . a. * oF. 4 
Goren of Miami won the {tise Xatombmens me ioaruine ciaedl- 


| 
| . d In March Mr. Pedersen pre- 
sented Zoo Dérector Dr. Wil- 
Savant k oun liam M. Mann with a portrait 
| Ry A had —_ of him _ 
| ° , 1 e painting, which he 
Dead; Leaves had once offered to sell the 
| Mann family, had been ir the 
| ‘artist's basement since it was 
Note to Son |completed. 
| Mr. Pedersen had been ac- 
| Nw. ¥. Dally News Service tive in the Corcoran School of 


| RENSSELAER. N. Y., Aug./Art alumni group and was a 


of the Sign Painters 


laboratory executive, was found Union, Local No. 1129 | 

dead today. | He is survived by his wife; 
The scientist's eldest son, 2 daughter, Mrs. Harvey G. 

Alan D. Buck, 26, a Yale stu- Ray, Fairfax, Va; his mother, 


‘dent, said he found a 10-page Catherine Pedersen, anc two) 


letter from his father last mid- sisters, Mary Hansen and Mar. 
night which told where the|tha Andersen, all of Ronne 
body could be found, and left| Bornholm, Denmark; a broth- 
detailed instructions barring er, Martin K., in the Merchant 
religious funeral services. ‘Marine, and three grandchil- 
After staying awake all night dren. . 
in the apartment they shared,|; Funeral services will he 
ithe son followed the letter’s in-/held at 2 p. m. Monday at 
istructions and began searching/ Hines, 2901 14th st. nw. En- 
‘at dawn near the Sterling Win-|tombment will be in the Fort 


throp Laboratory, where Buck/Lincoln Mausoleum. 


was associate director of the 
CU Granted $114,396 


chemical. division. 
At the edge of a field about 
Catholic University’s Schoo! 
lying with his face on an ether- ceived $114,396 from the Pub- 
soaked towel. A bottle of pills lic Health Service to prepare 
jteachers, supervisors and ad- 
Young Buck said his father ministrators for mental health 


of his mother. State police said ate stipends may be made to 


was upset by the recent death work. Applications for gradu-; {)3' soy : or 
Boon ° . ts a. 


financial differences with his 
ae second wife. 


Monday. 
Get Injerm 
MOYER. MAUD M., of 


mo" .S oat, 
erett, , on gund * 12 
at 2. m. Yntermens Ev ra 
wMday. “August Ek. Mh hae 
E HER A beloved 
fetes of ‘. eae 
rue -brasect Eee eae Bet. 
aed M ey 
SNe Ta Tanne wane 


ttie o Cal - : 
(estor Curreil Paotic ot Ve 
a rs onia 


PEDE 


at 8 
eral Home. at. ae. ~4 
ay Auswat 13, gh 2 2 . Park- 
- a acilities. En ent Lin- 
Mausoleum. 
—_ ADS, — 
oo Sea 
r — 
hoadk 


poral ome, 
ueetay. Augvst i4 

kland 

| delphia. Pa 

ROSE. JOHN (JACK). Friday. August 
10. 1956. JOHN JACK) HOSE. be- 

loved husband of Lilli 


: 
at ti @:+m. In- 
Cemetery, Phila- 


: ie] 

ork City and Mrs. Arifee Gerdon of 

hington. CA 

| four aig! rs. re. Mary Da » Mrs. 
ne wein. rm. Lille Ru one 


pneee Aupast 1, A i2 . . 
See ee 


copy 


sages. THERESA (nee ae). On 
ureday. August 9. 1956. at her reai- 
| Thekess SERRA. peleved "inathad 
. ov 

of Mrs Zeotge R. Hasier. ey 
ong Henry es. FPriends may 
ca * the ‘Lae Home, 41h 
st. and Massachuset(s ave. ne. until 
10:30 onday. Ausgué i 

| Mass will be offered af the Chur 
of the Holy Pamily. Hillerest Heights. 
qd. at il «e-em lntermens New 


Cathedral Cemetery. altimore. Md. 


SONNEMANN, SARAH ESTELLE. On 
poe yd S. 1956. + 
| formeriy of Chevy Ase. ue 


’ 
j- 


ton 
the Wa rey 
= Bt” Georgian ave. Bier 
' . wa ym. . 
ay. Avgust 11 Serw and beter. 


Pia. 
Buck, a native of Liverpool SWEET, ANNA EL 
y ’ . ; (Ret). ? Oa , 
England, came to this. country | ““gnaceniy, Thorsday. ageust 9 nan awnte Carfisie Hos 
' | 1956. et insula Balls AR GWE f 315 
in 1924. He was a professor at - ot Fentn cepital, Salis;| pe. the wits the 
te P 9 Fa _ Wile , 2%. a Bwee: and mothe of Mire 
u . 7 * ason 
‘into industry and had heen: Puspand ef ee morn: & Pemebnes| Gress ot, sisher of oe Serious 
with Sterling Winthrop since, ee ae. a ge ME Ht Griftin, George T. and Oscar 
1902. | TADS Be cn aeatetiaash ina: | geietee and, get, arate 
He was associated with the NAF ational Cemeters ; J “8 
discovery of atabrine, a substi-| with full military honors. ne.. enti 30 8 “0 August 
tute for yore aera 2 henge “Rensington argens Hon and a, hens Church, 
/nerve gas, and an insulin prepa- wraing ome, ensington. ; =“. an assac t ve. aw, 
| AIsyY F 10411 E ‘| at 10 «. 
~ o meg Eg 4-5 ee Onk Hill Come: 


Kensington 


iration that helps stabilize the t 
Bell. mother of Miss Lillian 


blood sugar count. 

; y of Alexandris. Ps ~ 

\Leigh Harris ance. Va. erandmother 1 Jean 

. : Anthony of Accokeek. Md ends 

| HENDERSON, Ky., Aug. 10) Git? fu? issccchusstte are ne. 
»—Leigh Harris, 79. a man| where services will be held Monday. 

iwho once asked if he could’ Cedar Win “Geometers” s RE Agate 

get a newspaper for nothing|B0YD. Joun 

land later became editor and 

publisher of the Henderson 
Gleaner and Journal, died yes- 

iterday. 

. Before he came to Hender- c 

ison from Tremont, Ill, in 1909. 

‘Mr. Harris wrote the following 

letter to a newspeper broker 
in New York: 

cs am looking for a paper as 

that I can get for nothing. Can untt’s Funeral Home. Wa , 

you advise me what to do?” | interment Pisgah Methodist Church. 
The broker told him to go to DAVIS. THERESA R. On ebavis 


‘Henderson, where a bank) Sidow of the late Harwood -' 
agreed to sell the paper to) Occoquan. Ve. She & survived by tw 
Harris at cost if he could| Washington, DC: three daush 


gton 
bring it out of debt. bg sao, Sete ¢ 
end Mrs. Rewena D. 
van, Priends 


; 
: 
: 


| Mr. Harris did, and when he v 


‘took over, he wrote a oneline) [ooqa™ vs. oe = 
editorial: Ser Saturday. August il, at 2 
| “T have come to Henderson! Pontck Gemeters. Lorton, W 
to run a newspaper.” EVANS. CLARENCE 

Mr. Harris consolidated the th sohe ; 


old Jotrnal with the Gleaner. 
The newspaper now is a morn- 
ing daily. aye. ow. tsey Ing . 

Interment fy BS 


Mary B. Heaton batty wise en bout aT OROVE 
Mary B. Heaton, 87, Wash-| Grove step or of Barbera J. Le 
ington native and retired a Fe ae 


. Carths r } 
superintendent of the John lev. Edith Miller and Jale Grove 
Dickson Home, 5000 14th st. Sc eet ; 
inw., died Thursday at George; i nee. Sooo 5.2 ! 
heen ne Hospital after | aa ie on 

ort iliness. RPER. : P34 
| Miss Heaton shared an apart- yee Kite c. + 
‘ment at 4701 Connecticut ave.) ¥, P ; 
nw. with a friend, Theresa A. ey BH 
Tims. She hed been retired; 17% 
‘for many years from her post on 
at the home for elderly men. " 
She was an active member of g, 
‘All Saints Ep al Church at 


Chevy Chase circle. ard hang James 


Services will be held at 1 
p.m. Monday at the S. H. Hines 
‘funeral home, 2901 14th st. nw. 
Burial will be in Cedar Hill 
Cemetery. 


| Hi " 

aaATOR, MART .DOWEM oe, Tye: 
ws : | ospiial Many BOWEN 

Goren Team Wins Wad bet cate t 


Bridge Tourney 


pire 


° A. 
w eaver, Carrel J. 


ne 


. 
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~~ 
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a % 
a 


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; 


fw? | 
Times pion Post i | 
" Jor and about WOMEN. 


The W 


TT 
ever her shoulder 
actually an Adiai poster 


And it 


of Chicago. a Sarah Lawrence college 


Susan Weinress 


LOOKS LIKE STEVENSON looking 


imoniy its 


city 


hae 


Associated Preee Wirenhote 


freshman. is the Stevenson adherent pos 
ing with Adilai’s picture in the convention 


————— 


But Non-Delegate Ruling Can Be ‘Tricky’ . 


Rep. St. 


By Martha Cole 
Associated Prese 

THE FIRST woman par- 
Hamentarian of a national 
political convention expects 
ne problems when the Re- 
publicans gather in San Fran- 
cisco Aug. 20 

Mrs. Katharine St. George 
of Tuxedo Park, N. Y. & 


House member for 10 years, 
told an interviewer yesterday 
she believes the GOP gather- 
ing “will be practically par- 
allel to the 1944 convention 
in Chicago, where Dewey 
was elected by acclamation— 


George ‘At Kase’ 


that's opinion, 


publicly 


my private 


expressed.” 


HOWEVER, in case of need, 
Mrs. St. George has been 
boning up in the past few 
weeks and—as is always the 
case at such gatherings—she 
will have the help of special 
ists in parliamentary pro- 
cedure 

“I've been reading up on 
old conventions.” she said, 
“and there's one problem that 
has occurred about people 
who are not delegates or al- 
ternates who wish to talk to 
the convention.” 

She said there was one in- 


Internationa! News Boundohote 


EARRINGS FOR HARRIMAN—Lending an ear to the 


Harrimamfor-President campaign 


ie Carolyn Moore of 


Harlan. lowa, who models “Harriman Is the Man” button 
earrings in the Harriman national headquarters at the 
Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago, in which city the Demo- 
erate will convene on Monday to choose their standard. 


bearer. 


a 


on — -—_—- — ----—- -- 


Sews Up 4-H Dress Prize 


Associated Press 


A 16-YEAR-OLD Frederick 
high. school senior won. the 
dress review contest, wind- 
up feature of +H Club Week 
which ended at the Univer- 
sity of Maryland campus lass 
er Anne Masser, a 

blonde who has 


ants who entered dresses 
they had made themselves 
and modeled in the show. 

They were judged on mod- 
sling, their 4H record and 
workmanship. 


MISS MASSER’'S winning 
ereation was a blue plaid, 
wool school dress with white 
collar which cost her $10.50 
to make. She wore navy-blue 
accessories. 


stance where it was decided 
the non-delegate could not 
speak and was escorted from 
the platform 

“It's a tricky ruling,” she 
said, “and one that’s never 
been resolved definitely.” 

But Mrs. St. George added: 


“I don't believe the ‘conven-~ 


tion is going to have any 
problems.” 

Conceivably, there could 
be a problem if Harold E. 
Stassen should ask to speak 
or to nominate his candidate 
for Vice President. Gav, 
Christian A. Herter of Mass- 
achusetis. Stassen is not «a 
delegate, but has heen invited 
by GOP National Chairman 
Leonard W. Hall to attend 
the convention. 


MRS. ST. George says she 
also has been reading up on 
platforms in past campaign 
years and says frankly, “we 
have left undone those things 
we should have done and 
have done those things we 
should not have done.” 

She has definite ideas about 
equal rights for women— 
but no special privileges, she, 
adds. 

“Tl am unalterably opposed 
to this nonsense about women 
retiring earlier than men,” 
she said. “It's perfeetly 
ludicrous. It's a privilege— 
that is not equality. 

“I'm getting too near the 
age myself to think that you 
have ta go out to pasture 
when you're 62.” 

Rut Mrs. St. George said 
she won't be working on the 
Republican platform — “I'm 
supposed to be an unbiased 
parliamentarian.” 


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SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1956 19 ~ 


The Service Set. 


Admiral Burke Invites the ‘Juniors’ Aboard 


By Winzola McLendon 


“THIS IS typical of Admiral 
Burke and the reason he is 
so well liked in the Navy,” 
remarked a white uniformed, 
be - ribboned : 
Marine offi- 
cer at Admir- 
als House 
ye sterday. 

He was re 

ferring to 

the Garden | 7 

Party Chief Soe 

of Naval 
Op erations, 
Adm Ar 
leigh Burke, 
and Mrs. 
Burke were giving for junior 
officers of the Navy. 

According to the old4dimers 
on board, it was the first 
time a Chief of Naval Opera- 
tions has entertained at Ad- 
miral's House for the juniors. 
Adm. Burke said he gave the 
party because he “wanted to 
know them better and for 
them to know the seniors.” 
He just wishes he could 
“haye every young officer, 
but the quarters aren't large 
enough.” 

It was large enough for 
several huodred officers (en- 
signs to four star admirals) 
and their ladiés to gather on 
the green lawns. Among the 
guests, a Supply Corps lieu- 
tenant, James B. Ramey, and 
his pretty brunette wife, were 
chatting with Rear Adm. 
“Whitey” Taylor—the Navy's 
Chief of Information — and 
Mrs. Tayler, 


STANDING under the 
large tent which was spread 
over the buffet and bars, dis 
cussing uniforms versus muf- 
ti (a burning question right 
now with the military (were 
Cmdr. and Mrs. Warren Smal- 
zel and Assistant Secretary of 
the Navy Raymond Fogler. 

Golfing at Burning Tree 
was the. conversational topic 
for Wave Lt. (jig) Helen 
Weaver and Rear Adm. “Red” 
Yeager. Lt. Cmdr. Mahel 
Stockert met friends from a 
former duty station—Admiral 


—~—— — - — 


Phil Regan 
May Star 
For Mesta 


THOUGH the thames of the 
enertainment stars at the 
party to be given by Perle 
Mesta in Chicago on Aug. 14 
are still under wraps, sources 
now say that they'll probably 
include singer Helen Forrest, 
popular recording star, and 
singer Phil Regan as well as 
singer - turned-dramatic-actor 
Frank Sinatra. 

Presidential and vice presi- 
dental candidates and fellow 
notables invited to Perle 
Mesta's shindig at the Black- 
stone will have to choose be- 
tween getting there late or 
sitting through a smoke-filled 
convention session in a din- 


» ner jacket. 


The engraved invitations 
will specify. “black tie” for 
the 10:30 p. m. champagne 
buffet, according to a hotel 
spokesman. For those who 
haven't succumbed to con- 
vention feet, there'll be danc- 
ing until 5a. m. 

Mrs.-Mesta and the Black- 
stone's chef are still work- 
ing over the menu 

Fixed items seem 
turkey, and sherbet and i.e- 
eream in the form of Liberty 
bells. 


At Home 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. 
Leibig are now at home in 
Silver Spring, Md. Mrs. Lei- 
big is the former Irene Kath- 
erine Hodgens, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Hod- 
gens. 


Mrs. McLendon 


and Mrs. Donald Felt. Ad 
miral Felt who left Washing- 
ton four months ago to com- 
mand the 6th Fleet is now 
back as the new Vice Chief 
of Naval Operations. 


THE JUNIOR officers were 
not only “getting to know” 
the seniors; they were also 
seeing a well-run party at 
the quarters of the No. 1 uni 
formed man in the Navy. 

From the veranda. came 
musie by a Navy orchestra 
Mess attendants—with the 
Admirals four stars on their 
white jackets—darted in and 
out with trays of drinks and 
small chow. There was a buf- 
fet of hams, turkeys, shrimps, 
pizzas (very special at Ad.- 
miral’'s House), tiny puffs 
filled with lobster, and flakey 


hiscuits: and there was music 
by the Sea Chanters 

When the Chanters—a 
group of sailors from the 
Navy's School of Music—fin- 
ished singing a lively medley 
of nautical songs, one Ad- 
miral walked over to Adm 
Burke and said, “You don't 
have to sell me on the sea— 
just keep me on it.” 

Vice Adm. and Mrs. T. & 
Combs, Vice Adm. and Mrs 
H. G. Hopwood (recently ar- 
rived from California where 
the Admiral was commander 
of the Ist Fleet); Vice Adm 
and Mrs. William Davis and 
Vice Adm. and Mrs. R. FE 
Libby (he the new Deputy 
CNO for plans and policy) 
were among the upper eche- 
lon on board. . 

Among the iuniors I saw 


WELCOME ABOARD WAS THE WATCHWORD vyester- 
day at the garden party given by Chief of Naval Opera- 
tions and Mrs. Arleigh Burke at Admiral's House. Helping 


bachelor Ensigns Joseph P 
Cosgrove and Richard Media- 
tore chatting with Wave Lt 
(jz) Charlene Suneson and 
Ens. Merilyn Gemme), Lt. ig) 
and Mrs. IL. FEF. Popp—a 
foursome with Rear Adm. and 
Mrs. Irwin Norman—Marine 
Capt. and Mrs. D. M. Twom>y;, 
and Maj 
Hamm 


WHILE the Rurkes were 
entertaining in their garden, 
the officers of the Canadian 
army staff were giving a f«ure- 
well party for Brig. Gen. and 
Mrs. J. W. Bishop. The Rish 
ops, who have been wined 
and dined daily (she ° said, 
“Were eating our way out 
of Washington”) since he re- 
ceived his orders, take off to- 
day by automobile for Van 
couver. 

Their party drew the tops 


and Mrs. N. LL.’ 


of the Canadian, British and 
United States Army. Mai. 
Gen. and Mrs. H. A. Sparling 
were a foursome with Rear 
Adm. and Mrs. George Hold- 
erness, while nearby Gen. 
Charles Bolte (just back from 
a Furopean jaunt) was chat- 
ting with Brig. R. A. Ferrant. 

Then there were Lt. Gen. 
and Mrs. James Gavin. Lt. 
Gen. and Mrs. W. L. Weible, 
and Maj. Gen. and Mrs. P. D. 
Harkins 

From Walter 
“Surgeon to the President.” 
Maj. Gen. Leonard Heaton 
and Mrs. Heaton. Then there 
were Maj. Gen. and Mrs. 
John Stokes, Mai. Gen. and 
Mrs. R. L. Vittrup (he just 
received orders to Korea), 
and Quartermaster General 
of the Army and Mrs. K. L. 
Hastings. 


Reed came 


By Vie Casamente. Staff Photocranhar 


Mrs. James B. Ramey (second left) with her drink is Adm. 
Donald Felt, the new Vice Chief of Operations (right), 
Standing by are Lt. James BR. Ramey and Mra. Donald Felt 


Closeups on the Conventions 


CHICAGO, Aug. 10 ® 
Former President Truman's 
daughter, Margaret, came 
here today for a brief visit 
with her parents. She is en 
route to the Republican Na- 
tional Convention. 

Margaret, who is Mrs. EF 
Clifton Daniel, planned to 
leave Chicago Sunday. 

She and her husband will 
go to San Francisco where 
Daniel will supefvise publi- 
cation of a facsimile edition 
of the New York Times that 
will be distributed daily to 
GOP convention-goers. 


MRS. DANIEL said she 
will attend no sessions of the 
convention. “I'm going to 
San Francisco to take care 
of my husband,” she said. 

Mrs. Daniel said she liked 
the idea of going to San Fran- 
cisco. “Its one of my fa- 
vorite cities,” she said. “I'm 
going to do some exploring 
while Clif works.” 


GOP Contest 


Aseociated Press 


WIVES of Cabinet officers 
will judge a contest staged 


ee 


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by Rep. Oliver Bolton (R 
Ohio) to pick a new Repub 
lican slogan for the fall cam- 
paign. 

Bolton's office said yester- 
day there are around 7500 en- 
tries to cull. To make the job 
a little eatier, Bolton's aides 
will pick 100 slogans for the 
Cabinet wives to look over 
first. 

The Ohio Representative. 
dissatisfied with current GOP 
catch phrases, is offering a 
$25 U. S. savings bond to the 


winner of his contest. which 
closed July 31 


SUGGESTIONS have tome 
in from people of every state 
in the union except Vermont, 
plus Alaska and Hawaii. In 
addition, natives of England, 
Holland and Cuba have 
mailed in entries. 

“When the winner is decid- 

ed, Bolton's aides said, they 
hope the name can be an- 
nounced on television and ra- 
dio from the rostrum of the 
GOP National Convention at 
San Francisco, 


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T SHUDDER for the next 
generation. [ shudder not 
hecause of dtortes about i 
venile delinquency or rock 
‘n” roll. but 
hecause 
were raising 
@ group that 
will have 
some dis- 
torted views 
on classical 
literature 

EVER Y- 
time a tele 
vision pre 
gram decides 
to adapt a 
classical novel. the results 
are pretty dreadful. The 
teen-agers who have never 
the book, for example. 
are exposed to a small. dis 
torted hunk of the classic 
There remains no need—in 
the mind of the youngster 

to read the book for him- 
self having seen it on 
TV he already knows all 
about it. Like fun he does 

A case im point is last 
Thursday nights Climax’ 
production called “Right te 
Kill” «CBS, WTOP-TYV). This 
was based. according te Wil- 
liam Loundigan. on “Des 
toevsky'’s great novel. “Crime 
and Punishment.’ Now it 
has been s@veral years since 
| read: “Crime and Punish 
ment.” but I recall best the 
concise analyses of a tor- 
tured soul and the brilliant 
descriptions of early psy- 
chology studies 


WELL. SIR. on television it 
was something eise One 
could ¢omplain about the 
ebvious lack of rehearsal 
time. Terry Moore. John 
Cassavetes Joe Mantell and 
Robert Harris had learned 
their lines. Dut obviously 
there hadnt been enough 
time to give them any under- 
standing of what they were 
saying. The results: A wood 
en set of speeches by a 
wooden set of performers 

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When he finished with 
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one could conclude that the 
novel amounted to this 

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from Iowa came to New York 
to write. His writing didn't 
sell He got mixed up with 
a wild bunch of intellectuals 
and to prove to them that he 
was a bie shot. he killed an 
old woman who ran a pawn 
shop 

“Meanwhile. 
bar. he fell in 
waitress. She told him to 
confess and he ran into a 
bunch of dancing hepcats 
and admitted his foul deed.” 

plot. broken only br 

Panne» ~ & is standard 
television fare. But it ain't 
Dostoevsky. Piease tell your 
sons and daughters to read 
the original before they past 
judgment on the quality of 
the writing 


REMEMBER the superb 
dramatized study of the 
United States Constitution 
presented last winter by 
“Omnibus?” The texts of the 
three programs will be pub 
lished this fall in book form 
the Houghton Mifflin 
Company 


LATEST BULLETIN from 
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Ed Sullivan 

“Sullivan spent a comfort- 
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injuries sustained in acci- 
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dicate no signs of pneumonia 
at present time. but because 
of bronchitis, discharge will 
be delayed until next wk.” 

Sullivan's son-intaw 
Robert H. Precht. is in “satis 
factory condition and is 
scheduled for surgery today 
to correct bone injuries to 
his left leg and ankic. Precht 
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Hop: Milt Grant emcees this, 
teen-age variety show 

545 pm—WRC-TV. Meet 
the Champions: Tennis start 
Althea Gibson is guest 

& pm. — WIIG. Capital 
Caravan: Bob McEwen em- 
cees a variety show. 


som — 
Championship Bowling: Joe 
Wilman vs. Bill Lillard, three 


games 


7 pm. — WRC-TV. Adven- 
ture Theater: A honeymoon- 
ing couple is confronted with 
an insane fugitive in “Stran- 
gers On the Sea.’ 


735 om — WTITG. 
ball: Washington vs 
fon 

& om. — WIOP-TYV. Jack- 
le Gleason in “The Honey- 
mooners': Alice gets a pup- 
py Yrom the dog pound de- 
spite Raiph's objections 
Ralph becomes so upset that 
he feeds dog food to his 
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Daly emeces a pre-conven- 
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Base- 
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WMAL - TV: 


Martin Agronsky and Edward 
P. Morgan. 

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Bennett Shaw: Tony 


| 11 a m—WMAL. Jerry 


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five weeks. Tonight's guests 
include comedian Ben Blue, 
vocalist June Valli and come- 
dian Harvey Stone. 

£:38 pan. — WTOP - TV. 
Stage Show: Comedian Gene | 
Bayles ie guest. 

8 pm-—WMALTV. Law- 
rence Welk Show: An octet 
sings “The Whiffenpoof 
Song.” and Rocky Rockwell 
sings “Lonesome Polecat.” 

5 p.m. — WRC-TV. People 
Ane Funny: Art Linkletter 
sends a couple from the stu- 
dio audience on a two-week 
safari in Africa, to search | 
for a lion cub. 

9:38 pan: — WTOP.-TV. The 
Russ Morgan Show: Guest is | 
voealist Rusty Draper. 

9:30 p.m. — WRC-TV. Fes 
tival of Stars: Rival camefa- 


| Minor, 
| suite from Rosenkavalier. 


_ the People: 


man Brian Donlevy and Rich- | 


arti Defining, both on the 
trail of Public Enemy No. 
1, find that double crosses 
lead to “Double Trouble.” 

16 p.m. — WRC-TV. Encore 
Theater: 
Virginia Bruce 
“Out of Sight.” 
anist learns to accept 
affliction with the help of 
the girl ke loves. 

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Town and Country Jambo- 
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Texas Wildcats. 


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WALTER WINCHELL its 
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Another Wolfson Sl df 2 eran Sperry Rand, IBM : 
Enterprise Sold : y a SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1956 ‘ol — a Settle Big Suit 


| ch Rates om Ps ryt ' : 
5% Sought on Coa ims NEW YORK, Aug. 10 —Dow, Jones & Co., budinest news 


By S. Olivet Goodman service, said today that settlement of Sperry Rand Corp.'s 


hk 1 | 
Pinancial age gS Ba R ° A k 4 5 Matas named ee te — ete suit against International Business M 
Hard on the heels of the Capital Transit Co. sale, t s H/, " chines Corp. has nm agreed upon. 
FE. Wolfson group has sold another of its many enterprises. 6 Kastern a l S 0 Oe Under terms of the agree-; irra 
; rere ome J eee J ee A ee 


Stockholders approved the sale of Newport Steel Corp., of ment, which must be approved) ; 
Kentucky to Acme Steél Co., for $16,450,000. More than 98 per QUARTERLY DATA .| by directors of both companies, EAL Plans to Pay 
ore than 5S pat MAS. AB), AT ANNUAL RATES Sperry Rand agreed fo drop its 


cent of the Newport Steel stock; ~~ . | . 

i dined by seorritt-Chagiman! R hn Ist Class Ka res | Bere: U.S. Comm. Sept, CLA Morrie Kate anti-trust action and IBM will! 2% in Stock Annually 
. Scott C whose chairman epee Active, Lower aise oO drop a countersuit it filed) NEW YORK, Aug. 10 > 

& Scott Corp se . . U S Cro S against Sperry Rand last June,’ Eastern Air Lines announced 

and president is pg hy Wolk On New York Market Associated Press | “By this we mean bringing it) The proposed increases . ° p . |Dow, Jones said. | today it planned to increase 

son. “LEW” hel \ aad ae Six Eastern railroads, includ- to a level at which the type of|would boost coach fares from Officials of both IBM and! its dividend rate with a 2 

titles with Newport Steer. Common stock of Potomac. jing the New York Central and service offered by our railroads the present 3.721 cents a oped d Sperry Rarid had no comment) per cent stock dividend in 


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According to the haf > Soy Electric Power Co. was ithe . Pennsylvania, yesterday will reflect the cost of such First class rates would be upped to make on the report. : the fourth quarter of each 
Journal, a te 0 ae oe the among.the most active issues proposed a whopping 45 per service.” from 4.725 to 6.851 cents a mile. The Dow, Jones service said:| year, in addition to the 
nority stockho! ae rs oy 4 yesterday on the New York Cnt increase in the first class, There have been reports that| Not all the big Eastern rail-' “It's understood that settle-' regular $1 annual dividend, . 
apie —unconscionabs =n . passenger fares—a step that the Pennsylvania and the Cen- roads went along with the move ° ment also calls for a long-term) paid in four equal install. 

fraud.” The dissenting stock- Stock Exchange. ‘would make such travel on their tral were prepared to surrender to initiate the unprecedented in- Durin Jul cross-licensing agreement. ments. 
holder, Leon S. Shelby, said he Turnover, totaled 17,400 ines far more expensive than their first class traffic—patrons crease. The Baltimore & Ohio, o y During the life of the agree-- Directors declared the 
plans suit to halt the deal. shares and Pepco closed at /flying. of Pullman and parlor cars—to a major Eastern carrier, said ment, IBM, it's reported, would! regular third quarterly divi- 

Shelby sald in his opinion the 22%, down %. On Thursday _ These railroads-and two oth- the airlines because of consist- in a statement that it “is not a gnited Bouse pay Sperry Rand several mil-| dend of 25 cents on com- 
assets to be sold to Acme Steel “~" 5.  ”" lers also petition®éd the Inter- ent losses. party to these applications for lions of dollars more in royal-' mon, payable Sept. 15 to 
ma Srewbert iol wastainel ie tyre ba sen st-te Commerce Commission This possibility was not men- rate in ronepe and had no com. vcaeuatial eeu pa ties than it would receive from! holders of record Aug. 22. 

: A single block o . " ment fo make on them.” reg yes | : 
(ICC) for a 5 per cent hike im tioned in the joint statement. ge sey 4 improved, +p Sperry Rand filed its me oe ¥ 


the. variation between the net ; crops 

nies shares changed hands yester- ‘basic coach fares. But the railroad declared: In Atlanta, a spokesman for 
assets figure of hay se meg day. an unusual volume for | The ICC probably won't take “There is no better way to the Southern Passenger Associ- Sightly, - Nye on, “gee sy antitrust action last December, 
the sales price by saying ‘ final action on the request for tr-vel, in opr opinion, than onjation said the Southern rail-'* i eave thie ota fo ron ht: SOS (Se ae Saeneten 


negotiated price was the best) Pepco. Brokerage quarters | roads no plans to seek arty! against IBM for alleged un-(‘o > | 
the company was able to ab- attributed the liquidation to roment ‘an a eodd dom ee. Lee Kg SM ary oo in em. nS saan timating a amg ie gw eg restraint of trade in mmercia 
tain ain anes the! Possibly an investment with favor on some sort of in| First Class Fares: ‘And similar word came from a hia ae eevee bas nop (Violation of the Sherman and. - . 
$23 million fAgure and the $i6,| “%™ crease since it recently acted ’ spokesman for the Western bushel wheat crop. (cision. acts: IBM countered) ( reddit Profit 
450.000 sales price will result! ‘on its own to begin a study of Now and Proposed ‘roads in Chicago. | ‘The August earn a with its own suit last June) 
in a tax loss carry-forward, ac:| icontinuing losses from railfoad) 9 yore Aug. 10 im |. The lines asking for the 45\4,,,504 somewhat from thel@ arsine Sperry Rand with in. 

ding to Robert E. Harvey, jpassenges eperations.: if asked by the (PY, cent boost in’ first class/i.1) estimate of 3,226,688,000| "S°™ent of 35 IBM patents. Sets Record 
din g | - EAAEVCY> Business loans |... o22 These losses have been offset| 'f fare increases 7 rates were the Central, vow Ff ny ; aos | 
Newport Steel vice president. 609 | railroads teday are | bushels but wheat was up from| No. American Aviation 
Harvey at one time was vice ’ : -394|by profitable freight te. ted. this ts how first Pennsylvania, the Chesapeake the 922,262,000 bushels in pros-| 

| ller of Demand deposits Sas | $3a343|,. In their petition, rail) stanted, le & Ohio, the Norfolk & Western,| Me eo | LOS ANGELES — Directors) Consolidated net income of 

fee and comptroller Of Tine depois ..... 2 lizes said they lost $1.5 billion, lass ticket costs (minimum |1), pennsylvania-Reading Sea- The Crop Reporting Board\o! Nofth American Aviation, Commercial Credit Co. for the 
c yer ay 2 Costiel Week's § 20 dollars on their passenger oper-, Tail y= ~ * pega mee shore and the Lake Erie. linia . h 9 y coy es Ine. voted to offer 1,145,011\six months ended June 30 
. yor ab a Cont . rans) Week's Sales Up 7% ations in the past 10 years—an| tons) includ tax would | Joining them in requesting |) fa ge ing has ae ae shares. of capital stock to its amounted to $13,119,827, equal 
any Newport stock. The New. , Washington area department average of about $125 million! POMP|Fe: |. a aithe 5 per cent coach fare in: yee ee ea th ee tang.(sharetiolders at the rate of one to $2.61 a share compared with 

Ae gpeses robes an stores in the week ended Aug. dollars a year. From New York Rail ew Rate crease were the Lehigh Valley), P P . asens” wander share for each six shares held. $12,873,163 and $2.59 a share 
on Sin ag Nal ‘eeent|4 showed a sales gain of 7 And this year, they reported, Giese ..... s56.28 fase see.c1/and the Reading. sarah steht ty wet) ne subscription price will not/for the corresponding period 
main wit its assets represent: or cent over the same 1955 their losses were running even WeeBingtos | AIL «othe Nation's railroads ¥C#'er : 7 oo ora | y ait be fixed until on or about/of 1955. Net income for the 
Kip: apn be rh period, according to Federal higher. Washington | "were granted passenger rate in- 1 Age 7 the eastern .hall\c.o ¢ immediately before the |twelve months ended June 30 
Ca al Tranait int oe Bre Reserve Bank of Richmond) In confirming persistent re-“" “°°? .- S*6'! G55 815.86 L205 in May. Basic passenger” ees = ool OG worsened |Tesistration statement be- totaled $26,431,504 or $5.26 a 
Sift remain in vol gn. ry Aigures. Excluding suburban ports’ that big fare increases) * comparison of conch fares would be fares were boosted 5 per cent). T and po we adj enticomes effective. The latter share against $25,153,055 and 
newly chartered aiaiears r branches, downtown. volume would be sought, the Central), — | Present Presed Fiase and Pullman charges ‘were ogee 0 infall na ates of Will be filed with the Securi-|$5.02 share in the same period 
Care.” whose main salen all was 5 per cent ahead for the 4«. Pennsylvania — which to- nds Rate hiked 7% per cent. a ti heli a rn  efieient| it? nd Exchange Commission'a year previously. 
he cash and a claimed tax los week. ‘Other sales compari- gether carry about 25 per cent Sissi. > 3 $e Even so, the ICC has viewed), —, ; a. 7= on Aug. 16. Stockholders of The per share earnings are 
carry-forward of nearly $16 “x sons with last year follow: of the Nation's rail passengers, | with obvious concern the con- The eo ra ported that cord on the effective date based on the number of shares 
en: : emis 4 wks. to Jan_tto- joined in a statement which y tinuing subsidization of pas- ‘a 4 + oe ti “ h wil, be eligible to subscribe. (outstanding at the end of the 
- EE +» wisah:|itetce B.C hag f Ass. 8 | eid: a fine train, and we believe that|senger traffic from profits, ¥'GesPpread partic ae or oe respective periods. 
OO shane ae yo Wolf- 2° | “We have found it imperative there will continue to be a de-\earned by freight operations. It — bank program icated — Silver Advances The net income, exclusive of 
ued o ot eth miggeoened ichm : to take bold action to put our mand by jsubstantial numbersiis just now laying the ground. nan oS rag crops would) NEW YORK. Aug. 10 &# capital gains or losses, for the 
ve og anaes ae + yy oe "2 fees. ' ;4 (‘fare structure on a redlistic of people at the price we pro- work for a major study of the Th 3143 779.000-bushel -n| Handy & Harman, major New S&me six months and 12 months 
fae makers. of " galvanised hs W ame, wet ree. ‘cro ‘eationate for ats 1 com-| York silver dealers, today Periods this year set all-time 
housewares and small Sleetrie| ” "O 8 News a. a 1 Pk th ee | O ——— - —— SH _ —-—- ! ve with Sontnetlen last quoted New York silver at records. . 
appliances; Utah Radio Prod-| Grover P. Manderfield has year of 3,241,536,000 bushels,|90% cents a troy ounce, up|, Otiier earnings reports follow 
ucts Co., Inc., and Shoup Vot-| Deen elected a vice president , ° The 938,988,000- bushel wheat 4 cent from yesterday. The ‘for the six months ended June 
ing Machine Corp. of Woodbridge Clay Products New York Stock Excha e Prices crop forecast compares with| London ‘spot price was meet ge ae oe stated): 
“A healthy ,treé requires CO. in nearby Virginia and the ng 1955 production of 936,761,000 QS WA, penes. ee 
a bushels. -__'|Fairchild Camera Aide (4 er. 
(Continued from Page 23) 7 = (ism) Wigh Lew Clem Chg. Cady High Vow Clase Cie) Te WT 946,000 bushels of, NEW YORK, #— Fairchild ret income ve 
| EE EE pe ~~ 4 gy~ «Winter wheat, now almost en- Camera 2 ee rm pee I eens 
> oo 1Tva— “6 Young 3 1 31% 31% 3%—% tirely harvested, and 217,042,./@nounced appointment o he ay-/A share 2.06 1st 
9 101% 108 181% — */ 000 bushels of spring wheat. |Gen. Kenneth P. McNaughton, 


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Rates of dividends in the fevegeing » penerarly is - sctive Sear of won session Air Force, will mere his head. 7 
awe 06seeeel § §6Gisbersement ” Government , . 
quarterly of semi-annual declare Au whest contracts except Septem a plant — s Los Amis ; few small lets sood 
soted, — bighs. wae short , at 18.00@23. he lots pH 
retestion foreseet we ont J. & L. Tax Plea Demied | +04 ,20°¢ staushter caves up to 
311%: con =| The Jones and Laughlin! ,.2#OO% Receipts, 30: | few. 
. $1. ‘Steel Co application for tax He : nd Sanson tan ne sales, 
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pt — yall A vice president of. the Middle genpic  pt4.7se4 
"of Same s: Atlantic States Accounting ous Pi 22 
uart @ F 8 ae Conference .. . Thomas E. Mc-| 
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—— a lin E. Lowance, at one time'¥s 
at various times operated ho- with Melpar Inc, has been ™ 
tels such as the Sheraton Park ejected vice president of re-\vs 
in Washington, the New York- search and engineering at the vous 
sk -_ oo During World'Union Switch & Signal Divi- wie” cf” 
Var Il, he was a colonel a8 sion of Westinghouse Aijr Yee 8 1. 
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By Charlies Cordray 
United Press 
Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther, 
Supreme Allied Commander in 
Europe, said yesterday his 
NATO command is making @ 
review to see whether “surplus 
units” can be eliminated from 
its combat. divisions. 
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: Jan. 1 te date 362,777,547. ptieee 
1955 te date 427,384,778; 1954 to | Kae al 
+ NEW YORK, Aug. 10 #—The stock market | $1-4, the rails down $1.10 and the utilities | pai 
~ staged a gentle decline today on the smaiiest | down 20 cents. | 
Stock volume in nearly three weeks. It was the | volume totaled 2,040,000 shares compared [Pit 
ee sian tones pow since July 2, with omy | with 2,550,000 yesterday and was the lowest | 
at i 7 i | si 970,000 
Pivotal issues fell from fractions $6 ea | Maes SEY 23 when turnover wa 1 | 
5 pela eS dowel “pearly to 6 points. Gulf Oil, with a loss of 5% at 132%, was the 5 wets 
A few selected issues gained. day's most active stock on @ turnover of | 
snapped a string of three 38.700 shares. 
scant odie rises since Monday's sharp The market still was selective as shown by 
ofl the heavy trading in United Dye & Chemical, 
“Tt normal -weeke up 1%, Chance Vought up 1% and Curtiss bone 
ats “Wright up %*. Potomac Flectric Power was 
| in the most active list, off % at 22%. 
The rails showed slight reaction to the 
application by eastern carriers for 4 boost in | Pstss 
decks coach and first class passenger fares. The 
Rail stocks. after their excellent advance of pivotal steels decid fractionally. Motors 
‘ied on profit-taking. Brokers | improv ractionally. saat | 
wonnee | chet today’s decline was 2 logical The American Stock Exchange w4s irregu- has “got 10 have a shield” 0 
inuation of the general weakening of “gr -/ eed honds were Tower in slow trad- ip ' si | \deterrent ont ceunian Regret 
bree gm hepa a bonds eased in dull —Q— “se B fae “4 (hom, 
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7 1% We % | united Press \some sort. of reduction, or at 
u a - | ful f Ai least a reshuffle of United 
States forces in Europe is in 

A Jug ut O val ‘the works. 

Dr. W. G. Stroud, Army physicist, holds s container filled Mr. Eisenhower told a news 


' ‘conference he planned a meet- 
with air collected 75 miles above the earth’s surface by ‘ing with Gruenther “to see ex- 


Navy Aerobee rockets above White Sands, N. M. It will be i sctly what his thinking is on 

used in tests fo pave the way for space ships. the matter” of troop reduc- 

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46% othe? units eliminatede 
Associated Press ‘ 4 Gruenther, who will return 
: ‘isenhower, dis- heart attack last Sept. 24 @¢@ to his Paris headquarters Tues 
niwargy -_ ponte of his: his major abdominal opera- day, said he did not know yet 
1s EE gyn _ 4, 2° "tion last June 9 when he will see Mr. Eisem 
save we Health, told a visitor yesterday ,4t his rews conference last hower. He said he also will 


1% 8%—' “the Lord willing.” he plans to wednesday, the President $4! confer with the NATO milb 
FR attend the Republican National he was feeling physically fit. tary standing group here in 
2% 2 —% Convention in San Francisco He added he w4s planning 4- preparation for the annual fall 
5%+-%* Jater this month. other medical examination review of needed forces. 
, , ay The White House visitor W45 some time before the November | Meanwhile Defense Secre 
108 Amintore Fanfani, secretary of election to confirm his fitness tary Charles E. Wilson said in 
» oe . the Christian Democratic Party to serve another four years. an annual report to the Presi- 
: ‘The President said again— ‘dent and Congress that Amer- 
i was leaving the as he cid last March—that if|jca's armed forces are flexible 
2 brief\he ever finds he is physically|enough to meet “whatever sit- 
85 visit, rked unable to serve, he will go be- yation might arise” with what- 
s%—- “ about his plans the American people and ever weapons are needed. 
od ‘Franciseo Aug. 23 | Obviously referring to air- 
w%—i% day of the GOP convention. Ata news conference Aug 1,'\stomic power Wilson said 
re “' Mr. Eisenhower is expected to Mr. Eisenhower said he was “emphasis has been placed on 
s Sin wiaccept nomination for a second feeling fine—improving every weapons best calculated to de- - 
4% term at that time. day—but still didnt feel 45 ter aggression.” He and other 
a He added with a smile: well as be did before his heart defense officials have repeat- 
‘sam “That is, the Lord willing. attack last year. edly cited United States 
: 19 ‘Nowadays I nearly always have Fanfani, speaking through 4 strength in this phase of war- 
What Stocks Did Shot Git? m— %\5, add ‘the Lord willing” | interpreter, told newsmen afterifare ag-the prime reason that 
< ‘Shelter wt have been sick twice in oneithe visit that he had thanked large standing armies are not 
y ‘*| vear.” the President for this country’s | needed. 
a. * " That was a reference to his aid to Italy. | Gruepther, when asked what 
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wet «The Civil Aeronautics Board, President Eisenhower com- n ir’y skc 
1#%+ % yesterday gave Northeast Air-pleted action yesterday on the 
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an : li, *authority to enter the New: last of the 280 bills left on his By Kefauyer 
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1+ %\ York-Florida market, one of desk when Congress adjourned. 


“%— ‘ithe world’s richest for air His final stroke of the pen| sen Estes Kefauver (D- 
at oad. ta, trasfic. _ | made a law a bill which codifies Tenn.) yesterday recommen 
is 8 + *. Deciding its big New York-t0-\41) military laws dealing with that a grand jury “without 
1%%...... Florida route case in hie the Armed Services. It makes further delay” investigate the 
a2. dozens of rival applications — ' th facts in the now defunct Dixon- 
ss— % were filed, the CAB overruled no change in the laws om Yates power contract. © 
s7v2— San examiner's recomme:Jations selves. | He criticized Presidential As 
.-xand decided that Northeast; just before affixing his stant Sherman Adams for 
set ‘isl.vuld be permitted to competeliure to the bottom of the sak his “high office to push 
Ti T— % With Eastern and National All| he vetoed five other bills, They “ igh a deal which his own 
ie 30 ice. Administration now says is 
s34— ‘lines in the East Coast S€rvice.| were measures to: * ys 
ww— | The examiner had. recom-|' Authorize $1.6 billion in riv--@eainst the public interest. 
alg mended that the third coast-al-'ers and harbors construction. |. He said Adams had tried to 
2u%— rier should be Delt- Airlines| Build two bridges across the “Prevent public disclosure pf 
3% We Wof Atlanta. He had said the ohio River. wrongdoing,” even to the point 
14 Board should reject the appli-|~ amend the Internal Revenue of frustrating 4 congressional 
n _.....eation of Northeast, a New Eng-\Code dealing with foreign tax investigation. 
4-1 |1and regional airline. ‘eredit for British income. __ Kefauver also blamed Atomie 
ui 4 To put Northeast into the! Amend the Internal Revenue Energy Commission Chairman 
% ......\New York-Florida market, the Code to provide a special meth-Lewis L. Strauss, Securities 
8 et Board granted the airline a five-iod of taxation for real estate and Exc ha ne e Come ission 
"0 —* \year extension of its New Eng-linvestment trusts. Chairman ly inclair Arm- 
-M —1lland routes south of New York-| The President's clean-up ac. strong and former Budget Di- 
ant » Newark to Philadelphia, Balt! tion brow ht to 1041 the num- rector Rowland R. Hughes for 
nd ‘concealing information on the 
iat 3s more, Washington, Tampa #04 ber of bills he approved and ng 
"+ * Miami. 23 the number vetoed in the contract’s negotiations. 
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SPREADING EAR these diseases, now are blamed row,” said the physician as 
INFECTION for their return. What is be- they left the office. VA ; ] a py" 4 
Twenty years ago there was pind this paradox? The next day the boy looked, Ry a 7) | ‘| 


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carry rain water of down [fists, the causative organisms 
dation of your house. These fito the. passageway if the nose 


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cal students went through right ear. The family doctor ture zoomed to 105 degrees.| 
school without seeing a case..was consulted and when he|The drum broke en route to) +4 na? 7 
drugs, which were given credit open the drum. “I would like| At this stage he was worse 
for reducing the incidence of\to see Johnny again tomor- off than the child of a genera- 
tinely opened the drum surgi-- REX MORGAN © : Fae ise oS a ge aie. ‘By Dal ‘Contis’® 
cally, which was better than | ‘ 
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SPLASH BLOCKS Jpn si) |/Sesmoe) | meson || Benen me 
The opening of this passage- MAPLE? MUST: NEW YORK EARLY 
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’ entering the middle ear 


through the outer canal. It is a! 

STEEL GRA TING tough structure but can be 
broken when external pressure 

ow WEl L$ is increased through fisticuffs, | 

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or skull fracture. Insertion of a 


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window wells pen window wells are not only hendty de Geet aneinn shake 


dangerous for children and grown-ups, but are trash The modern physician has 
more weapons to combat ear 
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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


Saturday. August 11, 1954 


Tell Us the Truth 


T HAD te make a quick 
plane trip a couple of days 
ago. My flight was due to ar 
tive in Washington at 11:55 
and to de 
part at 12:19 
When ili 
checked in at 
the airport at 
11:25, I noted 
that both ar- 
rival and de- 
parture were 
posted as 
“fn Time.” 
Then | went 
Rill Geld aff for 2 

Hrief wait 
with a friend who has an of 
fice at the airport 

At 13:55 ft sand to my 
friend: “Td better get going 
My plane is due in now.” 

“Oh. sit down.” he re 
pied. “Everrthing has 
been late all morning be- 
cause of the weather. TT 
have my girl call ap for a 
current report.” 

At 17°92 his girl popped 
her head into hic office 
“Thrat Aight will leave on 
fime 12-10 she said 
“You'd better hurry.” 

We seurried off ta the 
proper gate. But no airplane 
steed waiting for me there 
My friend turned to an air 
line ermplove and said: “Pete 
see if you can find out about 
thie man's flight.” 

Pete picked up the phone 
chatted for & few moments. 
hung up. and sighed 

“Your plane is still at 
the end of the runway at 
LaGeardia, waiting its 
turn te take off.” he «aid 

This spring. when we were 
in Florida with the Nats. 
Yardbird 1/C 13507254 wan 
gied a weekend past and flew 
Gown te join us. Hie plane 
wast scheduled to leave Jack 
Genvilie at 8 and arrive in 
Ortando at © . 

When the ship failed to ar- 
rive at @ a score of anxious 
friends and relatives of pas 
sengers gathered at the 
ticket counter to inquire 
about it 

“Tt will probably be land. 
ing in a2 few minutes,” the 
gitt en d@uty teld us. 

The minutes ticked by. 
With no sign of the plane 
The clock inched around to 
83). then te 10. Still no ex- 
planation of what had hap 
pened to the airliner 

"You hawe a direct line ta 
Jacksonville.” 1 said to the 

the counter. “Why 

you find out if the 

plane is in the air. or still on 
the ground”” 

“Sir.” she said icily. *T 
teld you the plane would 
be landing in a few min- 
utes.” 

By 10:30 some of the men 


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and women waiting for the 
airliner were pipiniy under 
great tension. I approached 
the girl at the counter once 
more. “Are you going to ask 
Jacksonville whether that 
plane has actually taken 
off?” | demanded 

“Sir.” she snapped, “T 
teld you the plane would 
be landing In a few min- 
utes.” 

“I've been listening to your 
predictions for an hour and @ 
half.” I barked, “and they've 
been consistently wrong. Now 

“fF ipmake a prediction. I pre- 
dict you'll be on that wire to 
Jacksonville within the next 
five minutes.” 

| walked off to a pay phone, 
called the city editor of the 
local newspaper, and told him 
that an airliner was 90 min- 
utes Overdue on a 60-minute 
flight, and that there was no 
word as to ite whereabouts 
Then I walked back to the 
ticket counter 

At 10:34 I saw the girl 

answer her phone. Thirty 
seconds later she was on 
the direct wire te Jackson- 
ville. At 16:35 she was writ- 
ing on her arrival beard: 

“Still On The Ground I 
Jacksonville.” A seore oP 
us gathered about the coun. 
ter sighed in unison, vastly 
relieved to know that there 
had been no accident. 

It is difficult for me to 
write a column like this, be- 
cause I am an airline enthusi- 
ast. The industry has worked 
hard to provide excellent 
service Like millions of 
others, I have been impressed 
by its accomplishments 

Rut the lines have caused 
much irritation and worry 
for their patrons by failing 
to post realistic estimates of 
arrival and departure times 
It is time they mended their 
wavs 

They needn't be concerned 
ahout our blaming them for 
delays which are beyond their 
control. We're big hovs now. 
We understand the facts of 


airline life. and they can trust” 


us not to be wnreasonably 
critical 
Give it te us straight, 
gentlemen of the airlines. 
We passengers are th® best 
friends you ever had. 
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2 Three diamonds. Raising 
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We're Big Boys Now; 


around | 
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Chicago Opens Stretch 
Of New Expressway 


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~ JUDGE PARKER 


Aa es 
WHAT KIN? OF NONSENSE 
WAS PARKER GIVING ME LAST 
NIGHT WHEN HE SAID? THE 
COURT HAP THE AUTHORITY 
TO TAKE A CHILD FROM BOTH 


t, i 


COMPLAINT 5 FILED WITH 
hb. THE COURT TO THAT EFFECT’ 


JOE PALOOKA 


werk AS 


CHICAGO, Aug. 10 ‘#—Chi- 
cago today opened a T-mile 
stretch of the $150 million Con- 
gress St. Expressway for traf- 
fie from the West Side to the 
downtown district. 

The expressway, which will 
run 11 miles when completed, 
is expected to increase the 
average of 78.000 motorists to 


DONALD DUCK ~~ 


more than 100,000 entering and 


leaving the downtown area 
daily. The highway also should 


ease some of the rush-hour eon 
gertion. 


Al 


City Police Solve Puzzle 


Of MP Car Gone AWOL 


Metropoktian police solved the somewhat the worse for wear. 


‘embarrassing case of a missing The red dome light on the 
‘Armed Services police cruiser was smashed, the right wind- 
‘early yesterday. 
About 2 a. m. two Armed stery rippéd. 
Services policemen answered a 
call in the 600 block of S st. nw. 


shield broken and the uphol- 


The men protested their in- 
nocence but were arrested and 


They returned and found their charged with unauthorized use 


car gone 

Set. Claude Rushing of the 
Armed Services police informed 
Metropolitan police. 
minutes later, Pvts. Henry S&S. 
Heflin and Sheldon Fischer of 
the Second Precinct found the 


i missing cruiser in an alley near 


5th and N sts. nw 

They also found four men, in- 
cluding two sailors, clustered 
around the. car, 


which was 


of an auto. Arraigned before 
Municipal Courf Judge John H. 
Burnett, their cases were con- 


About 45 tinued until Aug. 23. Fach was 


released under $1000 bond. 
Police identified the four as 
Robert Eakle, 22. of 2520 Burns 
st. se.. and Woodrow Dean, 22. 
of 2500 32d st. se.; both sailors: 
Earl von Reichenbach, 34, of 
314 Atlantic st. se.. and Walter 
Cook, 23 of 2250 S st. se. 


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ASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


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By Willard (dency would stir up TV in- returned from Europe. 


old Secretary of the Interior, 
Oscar Chapman. Oscar checked |* 
over the lineup of delegates; 
state by state, with Truman, 
tried to persuade his old boss, 
. there was no chance to stop 
the Vice-Presi- ‘Stevenson, Urged him not to) 
Gency is concerned Natu- stick his neck out for Averell’ 
‘rally he figures that it's a Harriman. 
closed convention as far as he|' Truman in part agreed. He 
and the No. 1 spot are con-said that Adiai had made a 
cerned. good impression on him the 
Bat a2 good hot rebel-yell last time he talked to him in 
floor fight for the Vice-Presi-iChicago, just after Truman 


terest in what may otherwise But, he added, “if there's 


be a dragging political circus..any way for Averell Harriman 
Also. Adiai advisers are notte win I'd like to help him.” | 
wnawere that a het Democra- Stevenson “himself also got! 
tie battle would be a healthy in touch with the ex-President, 
contrast to Len Hall's cut-eand- obviously worried about his) 
dried Nixonitis strategy atisupport. Bill Boyle, former| 
Sen Francisco Democratic National Chair- 
Se if the Democrats cant man, also talked to his old 
\_ ) arouse audience interest in chief. urged him not to buck 
the main ring of the Chicago the tide, argued that Steven- 

circus, maybe they can for the'sonm couldn't be stopped. | 

5uate—4+, VP sideshows On the other hand, India! 


Averell, but was not ready yet 


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lank or ae good Vice President.” ... 


Phone: TEmple 6-4400 
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City were also busy. Send for Illustrated 


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went to Kansas City to woo!% Convenient te golf course and 
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Here ts some of the back- to go out for him. 


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Stevenson needs as 6 Sen. Humphrey of Min-| The masonry paint that 


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~ ) tevenson was talking to) 
as to whether bell make ¢ Humphrey at the farewell din-| 


ner for Sen. George of' # 
Georgia and told him that he 
preferred as Vice-President a) 
Senator rather than a Gover-' 
nor. He said he needed a man’ 
with Senate experience who 


Stevenson advisers have been 
greatly impressed with Kefau- 
vers popularity in the Mid- 
west where their man is weak- 
est. Jake More. astute Demo 


cratic leader from lowa- who , 
not only could preside over the 

as =< Midwest Demo ic neste but help rally support)  gersen Wire 

crate =Conterence, Teporte® tor important administrative! 

there is great apathy toward 


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punt 21 Disencum- sian girl doc Soak on ts $]-25 wit™ $2.77 
57 Youth ber tor Required to eer 
59 Burrows 24 Weight of 41 Fragment Install oe Delivered $3.39 
69 Mutton fat India 42 Deterrent Comes in 6’ and © sectic 
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a Saturday, August 11, 1956 


George's Newer and 


NORTHEAST 


Plenty of FREE PARKING 
en eur huge lof .. « Just 100 te to Self 


Today Only! 


‘ TOC KITCHEN 


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BE SAFE! BE SURE! at AT GEORGE'S WHERE YOU GET A [- omc x ame moments _— 8 so 


NEW HIGH QUALITY FULL  ACTORY WARRANTY! | HI-FI SAVINGS | 
FURNITURE ||. .NEW TELEVISION [Pr verccrorormrn er Slizn fon S| 69: 95) 


Series TV Conscle with 2i-Series TV Console 
2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE. King- flechmatic tuning 4195 Medel +169 speed automatic phono and 


—_ o ' $319.95 Brand New 1956 ADMIRAL ) 3 electrostatic speakers 
i Regular $169.95 


cher in cansorted rand . Series neo 7 
aoe. 922998 *145 GUE aca ctuescche “TENITH 2 eae sc ~207 ne a # $199.95 Philco Mah 
2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE. 3.9¢. sspecom 91. vies TV ete TV Table $110 CONLON Ciments Otidee °° ST 1 9 cs 


coger Tiago $165 oo, Sen 2 Coe a $138.00 Brend 
ve Ps onense case bed in genuine 160 Concale Medel de New 1956 EMERSON w /electrostatic speakers 
“ walnut. Reg. $229.95 a ‘89 ELECTRIC 


ARTISTIC. Soe ond = suiliee. Pee india te aaa or BOX $s] RR sane +" arend New 1956 @5. 21- a s 
somple ag Reg. $150 full or twin "$91 $319.95 Brand New 19546 ZENITH 2)- | Medel able $1929 ge engage gnome DRYER ass a $ 5 9-35 
ye peaker 35-ope 


eae tT need serra 189 2)-Berlee 1 Yeble pe tps save ever yea on _ 
$122 MAYTAG ’ Automatic Portable Phono 


$349.95 Brand New 1954 MOTOROLA | model 7 
$199.95 Wilcox Gay $ 95} 
Tape Recorder, Dual . ~ 


omse end New AUTO. WASHER . 
2-PC. LIVING “ye ag coont +46 " $199 aales 1 phon Peg "$88 PE pee of course 4 ° 6 
Speed w/2 Speakers 


As $269.95 Brand New 1956 ADMIRAL | Medel 
ROOM SUITE fies | Pits TY Cones $eg yg | Ston98 trad Now 1086. caomeY 1144 
Sefs and matching chair In i = ny T alee 
assorted tapestry covers. = 7 - ’ Dieries TY Coneale $169 , , WHIRLPOOL AUTOMATIC. WASHER $129 


o 
$159.98 : 7 4: — - ye $279.95 trend New 1954 PHILCO 21. 
PHIL $249.95 Brand Now 1956, BEN 4 $109.95 Symphonic 
i co Supermatic AUTOMATIC WASHER 129 Pr te gaily ine sur . 95 
$249.95 Brand New 1956 $112 7 3. Spe oe some ga - . 
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$189.95 ..... : $279.95 trond Ne nee 
17-Series TV BLACKSTONE ELECTRIC DRYER 
Wrought Iron Legs ; 


Medel 
Teble Medel $279.95 Brand New ie | ) 59 
Regular $129.95 . 


$339.95 Srend New 1954 ADMIRAL 
27c. LUVING ROOM SUITE SEALY INNERSPRING MATTRESSES or 24-Series TV Console 
FRIGIDAIRE AUTOMATIC WAS 
$289.95 Brand New 1956 KELVINATOR $139 
PORTABLE PHONO $69- : 


FISCHER. Fleer semople BOX SPRINGS. Netienclly 
in green frieze = $16K edvertised "" $39 
AUTOMATIC WASHER w/aute. temp. contre! 
in leatherette case 


Reg. $259.95 Brand New ‘56 


RCA 
21-Series TV 


Console Model 


Reg. $279.95 et $59.50 


STUDIO COUCHES. Open $ 
te we tele beds. 4] 


Our Reg. $79.95 


SOFA SED $ 
Opens te sleep two. 4] 
Our Reg. $79.95 


2-PC. SOFA 
BED SUITE 


Sefe bed opens te sleep twe 
~ with lerge matching 
chair. 


Our Reg. $189.95... 


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ELECTRIC DR $98 


NORGE 

$129.98 Greed New 1954 G5. $229.95 95 Brand New ‘worst AUTOMATIC — 

eo . $89 WASHER w/timetline control . -$He 
Medel $259.95 Brand New 1956 $149 
ee Gand Spe ee ee RCA WHIRLPOOL ELECTRIC DRYER 
2i-Gertse TV Totte $279.95 Brand New 1956 RCA WHIRLPOOL $149 
AUTOMATIC WASHER w/aute. temp. control 
$259.95 Brend New $139 
NORGE ELECTRIC DRYER ...... a 
$79.95 Brand New 1956 $47 


B . —— «© mueme 2 eee = oe — . $220.95 Brond Mow 1956. as $9 AUGUST CLOSEOUT ON FANS! 


Gabe Gans Gass SOS oe 


Cl ee EE 2 ea a 


BENDIX Super Fast ELECTRIC DRYER ...... 


REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS wasiee vw/Wend Dil... .. SUD ALL FANS 12 PRICE 


Res. $299.95 Reg. $499.95, Brand New ‘56 cee $109 
sy + er agg acTaic — $139 Choose from such famous names as 


HOTPOINT PHILCO wiines enend eels | $69 G.E., Vornado, Emerson 


04 FAMOUS &SRAND —- 10.8 Cu. Pe. Bie Bin. 12 Cu. Ft. 2-DOOR - 
ig Bin ee en tee 106 International, Westinghouse, Lau and R&M 


20% nae off la] REFRIGERATOR ||} REFRIGERATOR} p QP tamurer aime one... $95 


: AL ELECTRIC 
w/automatic defrost tthe Ah a ok ay tL . $159 


SOFA LOUNGES. Convert ie 
inte fulldength bed. $30) > New 6 
FOLDING COTS. Complete $99 and door shelves! $219.95 Brand New GENERAL ELECTRIC S114 CLOSEOUT ON 


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Our Res. $59.95 —y : 
with inmerspring mottress. ELECTRIC DRYER 


SLEEP CHAIRS. Open te $ Our Res. $34.95 
sleep one comtortably. 53 BUNK BEDS. Complete with 2 inner : ; at ae Reg. $319.95, Brand New FOLEY 


Our Reg. $79.95 spring) «metivresses, 2 springs, 2 fr. oon 
2-7Cc. SOFA BED SUITE pect 2 bed | beds. gverd rel ond —_ RCA 
~~ ~ pw — 4 ne os — $67 4 ry =e h. “thelveder REFRIGERATOR oo Supcome LAWN MOWERS 
rater . colors $140 40 @ rerniceraton rerabagarea ae $249 a WHIRLPOOL Reguler $109.95 
Reg. $219.95 HGUTWOSS SED MAME. $529.95 HOTPOINT 113 ou. f, | defrost . 1s 
Adjvat te full, % or twin . i= REFRIGERATOR with bottom freezer, | $279.95 Now DESPFREEZE 8 * $149 AUTO. WASHER 21-INCH 
| 3189 ROTARY GAS MOWER 


ee oe e $ sizes. Our Reg. $10.95.... he dof oe ; eu. #. CHEST FREEZER. 
ae neh ok ogy 5-PC. CHROME DINETTES. , 189 
. Teble and 4 sturdy oe . 
With 4-Cycle Clinton Engine 


MODERN 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. 
Double dresser, chest & OP-ED FORD s.: Reg. $149.95, Brand New “36 $419.95 ey ote 1956 WESTING- 
bed in cordovon 145 HOUSE 11.4 cv. ff REFRIGERATOR > 99 
Our Reg. $199.95 4S 7 | So with bettem freezer end $249 
sr twos — Ss a NEW RANGES 
drewer, chew & bookcase $79 te 1% Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR reo New 1956 ADMIRAL 
bed in welnut finish. — 12 es. f. UPRIGHT PREEZER 269.95 Brand New 1956 WESTINGHOUSE 
Our Reg. $159.95 _ For fleor, wall, $77 doer shelves $229 oan ELECTRIC RANGE . ae $188 

= om or stand! : $529.95 HOTPOINT Super Deluxe ELECTRIC 

RANGE complete with double oven 
$449.95 Brand New NORGE 12 ev. fr. oy Ee cae pea : 


> 2 
a 9219 $939.95 Breed Now 1956. WESTINGHOUSE 


Reg. $229.95 Brand New “36. $389.95 “lew Mesamnal, abtach* Cosioms 


Admirell 3 yy sins test 
$109.95 Brand New 19 


10 Cw. Fe. Size GAS RANGE 


Upright Freezer =o 


CLEARANCE 


ALL GARDEN HOSE 
SPRINKLERS 
NOZZLES 
GARDEN TOOLS 


1/) PRICE 


FINAL 
CLEARANCE 


Regular $39.95 


PORT-A-TEMP 


PERSONAL PORTABLE 
AIR CONDITIONERS 


= 
EL a a a ae 


ALL OUTDOOR 
BARBEQUES 
AND GRILLS 


All barbeque teel sete and sum- 


1) PRICE 


Our Reg. $199.95 .. 


ON a a a a a a a ae 


a a a a 


Reg. $129.95, New 


CLOSEOUT ON NEW AIR CONDITIONERS CORY 


$349.95 Erend New 1956 EMER. 9 $259.95 Grend New 1954 PRIGID- 


+ soy iow #189 son Tom re "9148 rns Bei a Ey ty DEHUMIDIFIER 
$319.95 Grend New 1954 HOT. | Thermestet apes a. aE 

$349.95 Grend New 1954 HOT. 
POINT % TON CASEMENT with 
$269.95 Brend New 1966 GF. % 
TON Plush 

So oo ae 


$549.95 trend New 1954 HOT. 
POINT 2 TON Deluxe Filush 


le OR 


Res. $279.95 Brand New 


GENERAL ELECTRIC 
AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER 


“Serving Washington for 30 Years” 


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The Washington 


Times — 


Post 


al ~~ 


GENERAL NEWS 
AMUSEMENTS 

HOME OF WEEK 
HOME MAINTENANCE 


SATURDAY, AUGUST ll, 


1956 


Just a Month to Go to the Big Show| 


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SIR MO 


igo Sept. 8 and once again 
| the home-hunting public) 
‘hereabouts will have it as easy 
las it can possibly be to find out 
what's on the market in Great- 
er Washington. 


Thats the Saturday kickoff 
date for the Homes of ‘56 ex-| 
hibit—the start of an area- 
wide display of new houses 
which will be open from then 
through Saturday, Sept. 29. 
| The Washington Post and 
‘Times Herald, in cooperation 
‘with builders, furniture stores 
land appliance dealers, has 
been sponsoring the annual 
“Homes of...” display for the 
past eight years. This ninth 
display, like the others, will re- 
fiect the best home buys in all 
price ranges available in Great- 
er Washington. 
| Along with it, 
be treated 
home decoration, and the lat- 
‘est in home appliances. 
| Six more Homes of ‘56 were 
approved yesterday. You'll find 
pictures of two of them at left 
and the other four elsewhere 
in this section. Their approval 
came as real estate men here 
noted an upswing in home buy- 
ing after a slow summer which 
they blamed in large part on 
present “tight” mortgage 
money and Federal credit re. 
strictions. 

The split-level Monticello Es- 
tates, Alexandria, Home of "34 
(top left) is spacious and lux- 
urious. Built by the Beitzell 
‘Construction Co., it has three! 
bedrooms, three baths, an ex- 
equipped kitchen (with a wall! 
oven), family room with fire-| 
place, carport, basement and 
numerous other quality fea- 
tures. 

Spacious and luxurious, too, 
is the split-level Springfield, 
Md., Home of "56 (bottom left) 
at 5501 Kirkwood dr. in Mont-| 
gomery County. Built by Kett-) 
ler Brothers, it is typical of 40 
\quality houses the firm is build | 


visitors will 


to the newest in — 


:; Sih Pie aay ‘he 


os ° cm Pr ‘ Se «le 


New Homes in Lake Barcroft Estates... 


The Kal-Mayne, Corp. announces the 
opening of four model homes in Lake 
Barcro{t Estates—all contemporary-style, 
quality houses designed for indoor-out- 
door living. This home is a four bedroom 
split-level. The entrance level includes 
the living room, kitchen and dining room, 
opening toa large sideporch with with builtin 


barbecue. Siz steps up from the entrance 
level lead to the bedrooms and two full 
baths. Six steps down and you'll find a 
full, finished recreation room, built-in 
arage, storage room, laundry room and 
alf bath. To reach: enter Lake Bar- 
croft at Blair rd., continue to Joallen dr., 
turn right on Joallen dr. to the homes. 


a ¢ ™~? 
rT - * 


POOLE OR? ey WO vend adedeet . 


pa .. And New psa in - Harmony Hills 


4 large new section in Harmony Hills, 
Silver Spring, opens at noon today. The 
three bedroom homes are of brick con- 
struction and have full basements, F ea- 
tures include a split foyer entrance, sepa- 
rate dining area, equipped kitchen with 
breakfast bar, birch cabinets, exhaust 
fan—and a price tag of $14,990, with $300 
down to veterans. T. N. Lerner, president 


of the Riehbriar Corp. sales agency, re 


| 


ports that buyers have a choice of interior 
— tiles, formica and bath fixtures. 
uilte by the O.F .C. Corp., these “Cinder- 
ella Homes” are available with mortgage 
payments as low as $74.48 « month. To 
reach: out Georgia ave. past the Whea- 
ton Shopping Center. Continue on Geor- 
gia ave. following “Cinderella Homes” 
signe to the Harmony Hills entrance. 
Turn left to the furnished model home. 


ing there. They will range from 
$34,000 te $37,000 in price. | 


Ket Brothers’ 


ARLEDGE 


Real Estate Corp. 
2533 Wilsen Bivd. 
Arlington, V 
D. C. and Va. Properties 


SALES—RENTALS 
INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 
APPRAISALS—INSURANCE 


JA. 37-4448 


ome of ‘56 


VA LOANS UP. TO $20,000 
Minimum Cash Down Payment [| 
ON SELECTIVE BASIS 


SPECIALISTS 


Complete Real Estate Service 


FHA MILITARY LOANS 
(Alse reguler type FHA) 


GEORGE |. BORGER, INC. 
Loans on Real Estate 
Favrerable Rates 
Sales, Rentals, Insurance 


643 indiens Avenues N.W. 
NA. 8-0350 


aise 
CONVENTIONAL & FHA 


AL. Landwigt 


MORTGAGE LOANS 
OL. 7.1686 S16 15h 86. LW 


LOAN SPECIALISTS 


Seme 5-Day Commitments 
10 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE IN 
Gi LOAN PROCESSING 


HARRY L. GODDARD 
1346 Conn. Ave. HU. 3-4236 


Conventional FHA & GI 
Consult us for 
the Loan that 
Best suits your 


BOGLEY, HARTING & HIGHT 
PHA MORTGAGES © Gi 
HOME LOANS © CONVENTIONAL 

LOANS © CONSTRUCTION 


PLUS 
end Conventional 
Fer the BEST in 
Virginie Homes 
A 20-MAN SALES STAFF 
Cell or Viste 


Arlington Realty Co. 


_— 


SERVICE TO 
UILDERS BROKERS 
WASHINGTON & SUBURBS 
8 LOCATIONS TO SERVE a ~4 
anno Ave. Chase, 


Near The W 


GOLF CLUB MANORS 


Redreem Rambiers 
-§ Redroem Colonials 
Bedreem Split-Levels 


tmemedinte poss 
TRADE-IN 


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B. F. Saul Co. 


Over « Half Contury of Experience 
925 15th Se. NW. NMA. 8.2100 


a ee 


LOANS 


on REAL ESTATE 
SALE or 
REFINANCE 


| C. ROBERT BOUCHER 


ST. 3-7722 


@ver 166 lete avaliable for 
custom £. 
WALTER R. REYNOLDS CO., INC. 


REeclusive Sales ? 
Realtor s— Developers—Bulldere 


G.I1.-F.H.A. 


CONVENTIONAL 
30-YEAR Gi OR F.H.A. 


23 Year Conventions! 
On New Houser 


Larger Loans Invited 
Some 2% Down GI Loans} 


|General Realty Co, +S Insurance | 


Investment Building S 
x 3-5250 Protection for 
Homeowners 


Discover how the 5-in-1 


Residential and Commercial 


REAL ESTATE 


SALES — MORTGAGES — MANAGEMENT 
“RENT ALS — INSURANCE — APPRAISALS 


>> rrr aes ee ee 2 eo = |= © = |S © 


SOLD FOR 


CASH 
Buchanan St. 
Buchanan St. 
Buchanan 
Buchanan 
Buchanan 
Buchanan 
Buchanan 


HOUSES 
WANTED 


We have calls daily for 
houses tn: 


o 


Langley Park 
Takoma Park 
Silver Spring 
Hyattsville 


HUGH T. PECK 


7930 New Hampshire Ave. 
HE. 4-6400 


pr ae wage es so at Si Pe a i ee ) 
OF ae, a 2. oA cate bn'e i > -. Rt ~ 


be te La ted MAD >. 


RANDALL H. HAGNER & COMPANY 
REALTORS 


Founded 1904 


ZZZZZZZZ 
al sal sal sal tal iol tol 


For All Cash 
ever « sale « dey in July 


Cox & Co. 


WU. 5-0775 RE. 7-1633 


1321 Connecticut Avenue N.V Telephone: DEcatur 2-3600 


Is Your House For Rent? 


There is a steady demand for houses in the me 
dium price range. If yours is for rent, we believe 
we can rent quickly te reliable tenants. 


The abuse a man takes in this life—up te a certain 
point—indicates his strength. 


The abuse he takes beyond that point—indicates his 
weakness. 


This applies to all walks of life. 
Particularly does this apply te the squared circle. 


JAMES L. DIXON & CO. 
1022 17th St. N.W. 
ST. 3-7200 


H. G. Smithy Company 


S11 15th Street, N.W. STerling 3-3300 
Mertgage Representative. The Travelers Insurance Comvenr 


ave 
r? 
ROPE 


MANA 


CEPMAENT 


back to 1888... can re 
lieve you of all headaches 
.. take care of all details 
for you. And... we're 
equipped to handie any 
size operation. 


we invite you to a preview showing 
of one of our newest properties 
Air-Conditioned 


Efficiencies and 1-Bedroom Apartment 
in the recently remodeled and modernized 


Frederick W. Berens, Ine.” 


Good builders like to 
finance through us be- 
cause they know we will 
not lend on second rate 
homes. So a loan by us 
amounts to a significant 
endorsement of the houses 
they have to sell. 


‘FREDERICS W. BERENS INC. 


Mate Office, 1772 OS 5, 3.08 


| SSE Rata eee 


“a bse 


Your Property With * WEAVER 


BROS., INC. “~ 


(at California Street) | 
For choice apartmetits, call NOrth 7-1240 p Ps = 


Walker 2 Tie. 2 


REALTORS 


' THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


Some Experts 


ee Seturday, August 11, 1956 
McLEAN, VA. 
Sy ee, Old Colonial on 7 acres featuring 30-f. Living Room, 


3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths. Comoletely restored and re-built in 1940. 
Choice location near Madeira School. 


$37,000 


OPEN SAT. & SUN., 2 TO 6 P.M. 


Faclusive 
DU. 7.1234 


right on Route 123. etreight ahead af 
left t2 OPEN SIGH 


OL. 2.0091 
Directions’ Over Chetan ori doe 
Lenelew on Rotte 191 t© Greenways 


Forecast New 


‘Pinch’ Ahead 


| 

' 

By Robert F. Morison | 

United Press 

Some industry housing ex- 
perts see a chance of a new 
housing shortage if the pace of 
homebuilding does not pick up. 
They base this on the as 
sumption that personal in- 
come and employment will con- 
tinue at record levels and that 


: 


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ib 


eg 

Executive Home 
Lacéted in on exclusive section seer Columbia Country Cheb Designed fer 
gereratians of family living. tdeal fer eny size femily. 4 bedreems, 3% 
boths, study, cowder reem, bedreem end beth on first lowe! rT 
living and dining rooms, huge screered porch. 34-7. peneled clubreem, 
2? fireplaces, servants aquerters; 2-cor gorege. Owner leevieg city, must sell 


immed: ately 
OPEW SUNDAY, 2-4 


Driee oot Cora Ave tate Md. pest fed traftie Nieh?. vieh? «ff Hre- 
house O88 Denion te Glendale. ieft te our OPEN rien «of 8635 Glea- 
dale Road 


RESIDENTIAL SALES AND RENTALS 


5000 Cennecticut Ave. Ke. 7.1800 
Our S0th Anniversary Yeoor 


————<——— nothing changes the growing 


publie preference for home 
ownership. 

One industry official says 
“we're in danger of having too 
few houses,” and not, as some 
have forecast, too many. 

New families and separate 
households are being formed at 
the rate of nearly 1 million 


Located in Carrollton, Md., the Stafford 
is @ three bedroom split-level with two | 
baths. It features a finished recreation | 
room, separate dining room, slate roof, 


a year. These need apartments 
and houses to live in. 
tion, an estimated 309, 


each year, largely through pro 

grams to improve housing and 

upgrade neighborhoods. 
Expectations are that work 


will be started this year, some 
200.000 less than were 
last year. 


the housing 
of units which have undergone 
major modernizations. 


, 


HILLCREST HEIGHTS, Mb. 
| New All Brick Homes 


LAST GROUP NOW READY 
For Immediate Occupancy 
+14. 250 NO pg sd gsc 


$72.25 a Month plus Taxes and Insurance 
30-YEAR FHA LOANS TO NON-VETS 


3 nice sized bedrooms 

1% baths 

Air-cooled with 24” attic fan 

Full basement, tiled recreation room 


® Large kitchen with 12-f. refrigerator, 
elie disposal and exhaust fan 


Convenient to schools, churches, shop- 
ping and transportation 


) OPEN DAILY TILL DARK 


DIRECTIONS: PENNSYLVANIA AVE 
ALDRE "« 


TO BRANCH AVENUE, TURN RIGHT 
26th Ave. & Keating 9. 


TO COLEBROOKE DR. (TO TRAFFIC 
Hillcrest Heights, Md. 


= 


LIGHT). RIGHT ON COLEBROOKS 

DR. TO 20TH AVE.. LEFT ON 2TH 

AVE. TO MODEL HOME. OR. sUTT- 

LAND PARKWAY TO BRANCH Av 
_ THEN SAME AS ABOVE. 


Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Circulation, and erder The Wash- 
ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


—_— 


The fact that the credit- 
essed housing industry has 
not built more houses this year 
has not yet, it was indicated, 


on a few more than 1.1 million'of 9209 Fenton st.. 
new houses and apartmentsi< ing has been 


im aaa Ralph P. Ripley 


000 dwellings are destroyed Nar~med ‘Senior’ 


Of Realty Group 


CHICAGO—Ralph P. Ripley’ 
Silver 
approved as 


built 2 senior member of the Society 

of Residential 

This leaves an apparent def. 4ction of the board of gover- 

icit, but there are additions te nors of the international so- 
supply each year cicty. 


A professional organization 


for independent appraisers of 
residential real estate, 
bers more than 9000 members 
—0f whom 1950 are in the se- 


lect senior classificati 
had its full impact on the sup- ., rie, ssification which 


i num- 


the professional in- 


ply of housing. This can be €x: dorsement of the organization. 


pected next year. 


A graduate of Cornell Uni- 


Housing begun last year is versity, Ripley is president of 
now being occupied. This is the real estate firm of Ripley 


reflected, sources say, 


“stability” of the vacancy rate Spring, with which he has heen' & 


in the & Romer. 


Inc.. 


Appraisers by 


im Silver! 


The Stafford-Modern Construction Co.’s Home-of 756 | 


attic fan, @ aye-level wall oven. This Home 
of °56 ‘is offered by the Modern Construe- 
tion Co. and it reflects the demand 
today for split-level construction. 


HUNTING HILL — 
ESTATES 


Beautiful Rolling Hunt Country 
mear Rockville 


Open fer inspection Saturday and Sunday, 1 P.M. te 6 P.M. 
3 NEW RAMBLERS 


1. Brick, center hall, living room, fireplace, unusual dining 
room, ultra-modern kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2V4 baths, bullt- 
in garage, screened porch, 14 acres . . $29,950, 


2. Brick, 3 bedrooms, 2? baths, 2-car carport with screened 
breereway, full basement, 114 acres $32,500 


3. Brick, four bedrooms, 2 baths, 2-car carport. screened 
breereway, full walkout basement, 2% ecres ... $39,000 


Each estate completely enclosed 
with white “Middleburg” fence 


Alse available, 2 few homesites, from 1.1 aores 
to 2.2 acres, $3,500 der aore 


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Directions: Straight threagh Reckvilie on Bt. 84. choot 4 mile 
berend Cleveries®! sew 346 te Glen MIN R4.. left te eoen heme. 


Robert 2 Hall Ca 


FECAL TORS . INOVURORS 


Fine for Painting—and Free 


Save those cardboards that come home with shirte fresh from 
the latndry. They make fine “edgers,” especially when you're!” 
painting the gerry Slide one on the floor, close againat 
ou go along. It will keep smudge from the 


the baseboard, 
floor, and can ho 


isposed of easily. 


4919 St. Fimo Ave. Bethesda 
For Details, Mr. Lebling, OL. 446688 


WHITEMALL J 


OL. 2-3250 


MUNSON HILL 


2% Dewn G.I. 


3-Bedroom Brick Rambler—Full Basement 
$14,950 and $15,650 


ONLY 4 LEFT! 
GI, PHA er Conventional Financing 


aus BETHESDA ™ 


lit-Level—$37 500 

603 Durbin Road 
Large entrance hall with open stairs to clubroom 
with fireplace and full bath, large living room 


Contor with Weedwerd ah Lathrop end Suites Gartinanel moe cneres eas with Gullt-in Geskesses ond Araplace, Longe avy: 

construction. Beautifal \-scre and contain living reom, 8 bedrooms. ing room opening onto 25x11 screened dining 

t——; Pua o% ae SS concantiondl basis py y* —- porch. Deluxe kitchen with dining area, also == 
= veur old =a 

house and pay the nee dewn payment then opening on screened porch; 3 bedrooms, 2 baths; == 

- pow gen _ Arling- Open Sat. & Sum. 14 dm. So peer room, garage, large lot = 

e a : 

WB moe oe Peet Mage he wer Wed., Thurs., Fri., 7 se 9 p.m. Other plans from $31, $00 - 4 

Heights and Olfm Dirive sien. ill OPEN DAILY, NOON TO DARK. SUNDAY, 16 TO DARE — 

TO REACH: Wisconsin Ave. to BF a= Bicd., left on 
left om Olin Drive one dlock Munson Hi ’ Inc. Bradley to Durbin. right jo. hom we = 
and left twe DBlecks te srosect. 


J. 23-8611, JA. 93-4777 
Eves. RE. 6-8218 er JA. 2-1871 


Bowling & Gardiner 


DEVELOPERS OF 


among houses and apartments 4ssociated for more than 34/&)| 


fit to live in but vacant and up Aerie a) 
District Chapter of the Society @ 
of Residential Appraisers. 


for sale or rent. 
In the first quarter of this 
year about 2.7 per cent of the 


He is a member of the 


total supply of some 50 million Color Helps Sell Houses 


houses and apartments were) 
vacant and available for rent or) 
sale. 


year earlier, 
heavy building years back-to-' 
back. The vacancy rate went 


year and has 
changed since. 

The “low” vacancy rate, in- 
dustry sources say, is the “en- 
emy” of efforis to get rid of 


isubstandard housing because it) ~~~ 


‘makes continued rent or sale of 


ing. This kept the evailabie| 
supply “relatively low,” A 
survey reported, particularly 
of better quality units. 

Demand for rental 


— 


experts profess 
to see no prospects of an early 
rise in the building pace. 
an upturn, in their view, a 
need a loosening of credit. 


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AND LOVE 


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DELUXE MULTI-LEVEL, 
& BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME 


420 ,000 complete: = 


Se carport optional $750 extra 
‘ALL TYPES FINANCING AVAILABLE 
FHA, VA, 222 FINANCING 

A few — for immediate occupancy 


Weashingter. Actngtde Bind. 0 5. 3) about 7 miles 
comtiowe on U. 5. & te fret trafic 
Anneracie 2 miles 


WESTWOOD PROPERTIER, WHC. 
1812 ANNAD 


SAN ANTONIO, Tex.—The 
This was up about four current San Antonio house!) 
tenths of 1 per cent from a/ market is such that most houses 

reflecting tW Ol sre completed 


and painted be- 


It also con 


if 


fore they are sold. Sales experi- | 


up in the fourth quarter of last/¢"¢e shows that color influ- ? 

remained un- @Mces preference . 

tributes to an impression of # 

room size and shape. Proper 

colors are considered by build- 
ers to be a major sales tool. 


is. 


OPEN 
DAILY & 
SUNDAY 
10 A.M. 
te DARK 


A Teal 


tached gcarege; 


2315 Coun. 


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" Chevy Chase, D. B20 


Near Finest Schools 


5326 Nebraska Ave., N.W. 
value! Detached 5 bed- 
Dan 2 treet on fe x 

fs basement: : level lot de- 


;} convenient te 
tion. 


Priced im low 30's. 
To reach: Out Connecticut Ave. te 


or Zast te 


Both open Suan. 1-6 P.M. 
Legum & Gerber Realty Co. | 


Ave. 


ji 


ed Bradley Village Whitehall Moner 
SALES ’ 
Charlies H. Ome 


OL. 4.5229 OL 45076 
Sold te Approved Purchasrrs Only 


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, 


A Luxury Suburb 
Just Minutes From 
Downtown Washington 


in Location 


Everything at your finger tips in an established 
community, public parks, elementary high 
school, swimming club. 


in Value 
Priced below today's marekt EARLY OCCUPANCY 


in Features 


. eaghe. walisthroughout (© Eye level oven 

© Brick construction , 

e 3hed © 4 burner surface unit range 
© Outside basement entrance ° Birch cabinets 


KELVINATOR ee 


© 10.3 eu. ft. Kelvineter refrigeretor ecross 
the top freezer 


a 


DIRECTIONS: 


trom Washington, ge over either 14th $1. Memorial, or Key Bridges sirry on Pate 
Sty be Shirley Highway, sovth on ShiAey Highway for epprosimetely § miles, ex® 
Seminary Reed overpass end continue South on service rood povee'ing Breet 
Me wubdiwiten, bef on Taney Avenue te Model Home. 


= NAHB Official Hits Credit Curbs | 


A minimum drop of 250,000 dropping to close to one mil- 


to the 


Dickerman referred 


Jhnousing starts during 1956 is lion starts ‘as compared with requirement of a minimum 2 
foreseen by John M. Dicker- the million and one-third new per cent down payment for GI 


fan, executive director of the units produced in 1955,” Dick- 
National Association of Home erman said. “And yet the Ad- 
Builders, largely as a result of ministration persists in main- 
wredit restrictions and “tight” taining the credit controls im- 
-Mortgage money 

“The annual 


= > 


rate = 


Ww. 


now ent conditions a year ago.” 


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\ STUART & MAURY, REALTORS (‘ 
Present 3 Quality Homes in Choice Locations | 
Open Sunday, I te 6 


“Columbia Forest’ 
4218 Resedale Ave., Chevy Chase. Md. 


Waetking Distence of Public end Porechial Scheels, 
Churches, Pleygreuad, Shepping end Trenspertetion. 


Tre of the meet amaring bomee we hare ever offered 


Teoh sleastie jest te 
end tmaegine living te thle coneental commanttr 


SOLD 
Springfield, Mi. 


5606 Pellard Read 


Thies heme will surprise you—3 fireplaces 
3 ait conditioners installed and svailable of 
nominal cost 


& SELATIVELY NEW BRICK RAMBLER OFFERING MANT UN- 
PSOAL INTERIOR FREATT RES reetlent sire nr 
o, % r ; be 
“~ OF DEN Ace Alee 
beese t¢ af ettrectice PANELED RECREATION 


FIREPLACE. 't-cor careee. Level tn 4 
eetabliched pert ef Seringfiel4—ae LE cuneate 


Preecrron : 
Renreced flat 
sen 


River Road te Sertnetield Nr aepoeite entraarce 
lett te Pellerd Re and riekht te eur * 


Palisades 


5004 Cathedral Avenue V.W. 


The fouls 
Group of New GeorgetouwnStyle Town Houses 


Home Available in « Distinguished 


Neceastenalir «6 baelider will execete af aathentic reproduction of 

lar erchitectere of the Colenial 

tiger. in this ——y blend the 

refinemen ef the sast with the conven the fetere. 

saat thie greep of hemes became readily salable. ané eniy i of 

remains svailabic Siteated im an exctestve commehity 

hemes of “Kent,” Pe 2 

nee hall with powder with 

dining reem. ‘large . kitchen with 

soace An epen stairway with wreaeght tren railing 

leads =. the living reem lewel te « paneled brary et carder 

lewet and with on sed@ietatng fell bath On the td fleer are 

" B& tewety bedreems and tiled —> ee te a ee tn Py 
and an'ample sive teendrr er hoare 
eerchased TH On WITHOUT t su ee am CONDITIONING 


nrirecrTrions Mare Ace te Ward Circle. eround the Circle 
sand vrieht on Nebrasta Ave reetinaeme tmte Lauaghhore Rd. te 
Arizona Ace left te Cathedral and righ? '* aur 

or MeacrArther Riva te Arteena Are 


| ler 


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STUART & MAURY, REALTOKS J 


CHARLES T. BERRY, JK., Director of Sales 
5207 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. KE. 7.1370 ¥ 
Eves. HO. 2.5393, OL. 2-3633, or OL. 2-9498 ¥ 


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— ie ae” ae 2S 


posed under completely differ- 


home loans and the increase in 
FHA minimum down payments 
from 5 to 7 per cent imposed 
by the Administration in July, 
1955. At the same time, the 
maximum repayment period 


— — for GI and FHA loans was re- 
Y duced from 30 to 25 years, but 


this was abandoned last Jan- 
uary 

“There has been a great dea): 

of discussion about removing 
the 2 per cent requirement,” 
Dickerman said, “but conversa- 
tion is not halting the skid in 
housing starts. What we need 
is action, and fast.” 
‘He noted that housing starts 
have ,been dropping steadily 
Since the credit restrictions 
were imposed. 

“As a matter of fact.” he 
said, “the industry pointed out 
at the time of the restrictions 
that the housing market was 
adjusting itself following an 
exceptional upturn in starts 
and that controls imposed by 
the Government were com. 
pletely unnecessary. Events 
since have more than justified 
our position.” 

Private housing starte dur- 
ing the first six months of this 
year totaled 559,000—down 126.- 
000 from a year ago. Unless 
checked, @m even lower volume 
is anticipated for the balance 
of the year if present trends 
persist. This decline, Dicker- 
man said, means, in effect, that 
substantial numbers of modest 
income families are being de- 
nied the ppportunity to buy 
new homes. 


The Kingston—Kig & McKeever’s Home of 56 


This rambling, all-brick Home of *56— 
the Kingston—h)as three bedrooms, two 
haths, and sells for $21,301. Lecated in 
Rock Creek Forest, it is in « new subdi- 
vision of Eig & McKeever homes. 


Shrevewood — 


{ four bedroom split-level, this contem- 
"56 is the Luria Bros. 
offering. Features include « 22-4008 liv- 
ing room. This home and others af the 


Shreverwond project are e buslt on uaoded | 


pordry Home of 


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WESTOVER 
*13,950 


ond witcher Det Meer has 2 
Heavee lecated 
Cross, 1A. 2-708 


left “ Block te hom 


Realtors 
Washington Bids. 


WEAVER BROS., 


Merteage 


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1128 N. Kentucky St. 

Arlington, V 

OPEN SAT. & SUN. 

Brick home on @ wooded let. There tt @ lerge fe! 
redracm, 


and hath 
within 2 wlecks of bus, shopping, echoots ond churches. Coll 


2 70 64 
room, tell Geiee ree 
hb « tell besemer’ 


PIRECTIONS: Out ~ an emane Ried. past Giebe BA. te HW. Kentteee eve 


INC. 


Dt. 7-8300 


Bankers 


DRAMATIC 


Most Striking SPLIT LEVELS 
with luxury features and an incomparable 
15-mile valley view overlooking the. Capital 


Virginia's 


IN. FASHIONABLE BREN MAR, VIRGINIA 


* 


Foun Huge Bedrooms 


vay a proportioned with extra closet space; 
bedroom can easily be converted to a study or den 


Builtin fue level Kitchew 


Counter top range, natural birch or coler-keyed cabinets, 
10.5-cu.-t. Kelvinator refrigerator 


and garbage disposal. 


Dining Family Boon 


Shown at top left is the magnificently flexible glass-walied 
dining-family room, which with its breathtaking hilltop 
viste and spacious dimensions is an outstanding achieve- 


cious dining room, large closets and Fr 
idaire kitchen are among the highligh 
To reach: Out Connecticut eve. to Ea 
West hwy. right to Grubb rd. turn rig 


 ¥ on Grubb rd. and proceed to the sig 


the Luria Bros. Home of °56 


lots of from one-fourth te one-thi 
acre. To reach: Out Lee hey. throne 
Falls Church and continue just past th 
Pine Springs Community to Shreve ri 


Turn right and follow signs. 


ng PE They're Gold-Plating 


Faucets in the Bathroom 


Luxury touches for modern: Even the fush rod and seat 
bathrooms and powder rooms hinges were gold-clated in « 
were everywhere in evidence number of the bathroom fx- 
at the recentiy-held National ture ensembles featured at the 
Plumbing and Heating FExposi- exposition 
tion in Milwaukee Gold-plated, or the more eco 

With more money than ever nomical brushed brass. Attings 
before to spend on home im- are strikingly beautiful in com 
provements in 1956. homeown- bination with the pastels and 
ers are looking for novel and deeper tones af colored bath- 
distinctive ways to beautify the room fixtures 
bath in the course of a general in addition to gold-plated fit- 
face-lifting, says the Plumbing tings, there are the ever-popu- 
and Heating industries Bureau. lar fittings of sparkling chro- 

Here are some of the things mium-plated brass, as well as 
the plumbing industry is offer- brush chrome, a satiny finish 
ing in that connection: Monogrammed faucets. For 

Goldpliated trim. Fixture the personalized beth, faucets 
manufacturers are now offering for levatory and bathtub may 
14carat gold-plated faucets and be engraved with the home 
pop-up drains for the bathtub owner's initials. 
and lavatory block letters 


im seript or: 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, August 11, 1956 31. 


@ 48-ft. Brick Ramblers, Split-Levels, Cape Cods ¢ 


in The Gadutiied Bells Clusch. Arce 
$18.950 te $23.000 


Features 
* Full Daylight Basements 

with Fireplaces 
Living Reom with fireplace * Seperate Dining Rooms 
All Electric Kitchens * 4 Acre Woeded Lot 
OPEN BPAILY AND SUNRBAY 
PIRFCTIONS Out Lee Hey. right on N Weektmeoton Ailcd 


moretend St. then right on © Weetmorciand &¢ to Moly Dr 
Dr. te end eof etreet aed madel hams 


CHARLES AWRET—Builder-Owner 
914 Maly Drive, Falle Church, Ve.—JE. 2-6575 


te NN Weet- 
left on Moly 


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OOPND EREDAR UONORENODERTi ona neOeEOGSOONNORROOOOHOOTIINNTINID 
OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY 12 TO DARK 
SPLIT-LEVEL — $18,950 


" 3600 Dupont Ave., Kensington, Md. 


Montgomery County i« one of the moet easily accessible areas. 
COmverment t- churches, tchani« shnoning and transportation. Neer 
; National institutes of Health and Naval Hospital. 2 blocks from 


Conn. Awe... one black off Plvere Mill Re 


* 2 caramic tile bathe 

© 3 well-proportroned 
bedroom: 

* Den er second living room 

* Besement 


Gi, FHA OR CONVENTIONAL FINANCING 
EXTRA LARGE WOODED LOTS TO CHOOSE FROM 


Te Reeck’ Oat Conn. Ave te Kensington end Pidbrs wi fd 
Mocks te cur OPEN sign. OR out Georgia Ave. te Pipers Mill Rd 
5608 block and cur OF EN sign 


James C. Conley & Co 


REALTORS 


Livieg room with fireplace 
Large dining ell 

Equipped kitchen 

Many tell oak trees 


right 2 
lert te 


9325 Georgia Avenue JU. 9-4134 


home design! 


Full Basement (4 Baths 


Enjoy all the necessary space for storage . 
semperted ten tances Gk ae colle 
entrance and picture window. 


ment in 


BPIRECTIONS: 
Drive etross l4th & 
Street Bridge and 
follow Shirley High- 
way te Edsall Road 
eist-off Tut right 
eon Fdsall Read cut- 
eff and cross over 
Shirley Highway fol. 
lowing signs directly 
ta Sorrentes frpr- 
fished model home. 


Open Heures 


Seturdey & Sundey 
16 AM. te & P.M. 


Deilly 1 P.M. te & PM, 
Medel Heme Phone 
A. 49706 


18,649 


$449 DOWN vers 
30-YEAR Gi LOANS 
30-YEAR MILITARY LOANS 


4ise FHA ond Excellent 
Foes. “sheer 


Vimegring Avonlable 
6406 GEORGIA AVE. N.W. 


to Qualified Veterans 
30-YEAR FINANCING— 
Conventionec! Finoncin 


PHA, FHA Career Service 
g Also Available 


Possession in 30 Days ond 


Liweoe ns té 
CrowEa (BaF 


now TO REACH BRISTOW: 


| Route 649 (Ra 


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AGENTS ON PROPERTY 
DAILY AND SUNDAY, 10 A. 


TU. 2-7400 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


32 Satin, Aces 1, OE “i Realty Roundu 
OWNER SAYS SELL TODAY . | ee eee peckwerth | 


of Engineering at George 
Washington University, will be 


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Gruver-Built 


This 3-bedroom, all-brick, 2-bath ‘house, including 
recreation room, separate dining room, screened 
porch, is in immaculate condition. IN FACT YOU 
WON’T EVEN HAVE TO BRING A BROOM TO §f topic: “How Can We Get More has opened his 


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SWEEP IT OUT BEFORE YOU MOVE IN by op ee 
GI approved for $18,600, but can be bought for Pgcie isis 


less—either GI or a conventional loan. The following unopposed 


For further information call 
JU. 7-9449 or JU. 9-8869 


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$18,950 


Open Saturday, 3 to 6; Sumday 2 to 
Don't beliewe it if vour friends tell you there are no more cutetending beve The bome 
listed yesterday won't last over the weekend. Charming fireplaced liwing room, bailede 
cabinets and corner cupboard in dining room, beaugifully done early American bkiches; 
2 good sized bedrooms and bath all on first floor; completely finished large room os 
second floor. Full basement with ', bath, detached garage. 

NOTE! ABDITIONAL 50’ by 100’ LANDSCAPED LOT INCLUDED IN 
SALE PRICE. 

Directions: Out Lee Highway to Glebt Rd. right on Glebe Rd. to N. 25th Street, left on 
lSth Street te open sign at 3174. 


Weekdays Eves. & Sunday 
9 A.M. to 5 PM. 7 Ave . | JA. 2-9517 


JA. 35-8585 
1403 N. COURT HOUSE ROAD, ARLINGTON 


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JA. 5-3704 @ 2044 WILSON BLVD., ARLINGTON, VA. © SO. 5-560] 


GATEWAY TO A LIFETIME OF GRACIOUS LIVING - | 


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3 BEDROOM 
ALL BRICK HOMES 


$600 DOWN TO ALL PURCHASERS 
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- | Complete Monthly Payments Only 


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3 BEDROOM, 212 BATHS, | vesncsnen,; eeuaiaiie, ventas & Wesaiaal 
50’ BRICK RAMBLER | | 
. NOTE THESE KINGLY FEATURES 


$ 
23 a 00 * TILE BATH © GAS RANGE * 3 BEDROOMS © SEPARATE DINING 


DIRECTIONS: : ROOM * HOT-WATER HEAT © CURBS AND GUTTERS © ELECTRIC 
REFRIGERATOR © BREAKFAST NOOK © DISTINCTIVE SEMI-DE. 
Excellent FHA, Military FHA 
and Convention=! Financing So a TACHED DESIGN © SCREENS AND SCREEN DOORS * FRONT AND 
AVAILABLE BACK YARDS © HUGE LIVING ROOM * CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS 
ALSO LA “® PULLY SODOED AND LANDSCAPED LOTS © CITY SEWER AND 
ALL-BRICK BRICK Rmx WATER © NEARBY SHOPPING © DIRECT BUS TO BD. C. BLOCK 
RAMBLER . a entees SPLIT AWAY ® SIDEWALKS * SPACIOUS CLOSETS * KITCHEN CABINETS 
Car port Parr . 
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Reth GALORE. 
*22,500 *22,500 | These handsome homes have had an overwhelming pub- 
2 Furnished Model Homes by | lic acceptance and with the amazing financing now avail- 
HUTCHISON FURNITURE Ca. able for everyone, you cannot afford not to see such a 
OPEN EVERY DAY, 9 AM TO DARK terrific bargain this weekend. Convenient te 
we AE eT Or everything everywhere, you can move in at once. 
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415 S. GLEBE ROAD, ARLINGTON, VA | 4 
1010 VERMONT AVE. N.W. : 
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" UNBEATABLE LUXURY AND COMFORT FOR LESS THAN RENT 


$300 DOWN 3m szzsmrcons. 


TO VETS | 
wath breakiast bar, birch aatural finish cabinets, exhbard fen, Kelesactor 19 


30 YEAR Gi at FA 10 eee ee 
SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM 


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1 FULL BASEMENT 
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4 © outside entrance to kitchen 
® venetian blinds in al! finished moms 
® screens and screen doors throughout 
bss ®@ choice of available interior paints, tiles, 
formica and bath fixtures 
. @ sliding double-door closets 
é ®@ American Standard bath foctures fim colors) 
‘ ' @ 49 gallon hot-water heater with 5-year quarantes 
es + ® beautiful hardwood floors . 


® macadam off-street parking areas 
30-YEAR FHA MILITARY LOANS ® lots sodded 71° from front lot line. remeinder 
Excellent Conventional! Financing Alse Available in trees or seeded, 8 shrubs per lot 
@ all. city utilities, streets, sidewalks, 
¥ curbs and storm sewers 


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56406 GEORGIA 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
34 Saturday, August 11, 1956 


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Speaking of Cooling 

Air conditioning equipment that welcomes friends 
hot summer days is skillfully and specially finished by 
manufactures to protect it against corrosion and constant use, 
4s well as to give it a pleasing appearance tht will harmonize 
with its surroundings after installation 


TTT UU 
Westmoreland Bills 


New Colonial. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. 2 pow 
der rooms, 200 amperes electric service engi 
neered for the future. Dining room and living 
s0Nn ook large shaded brick patio. Around 

air-conditioning. Basement playroom 
with fereplace. New mode! electric kitchen with 
vens, custom cabinets. Street-leve!l garage 


HULLAC HOOUE DEE HEEL ETA 


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electric doors, custom appointments. Dec- 2 
rated in the Williamsbura tradition 

burg Theos ?8.cmet eportenret 

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Open Saturday and Sunday 11 te 6 
Evenings and Weekdays by Appointment 


- George ¥. Worthington & Son 


NAtional 8-3326 Evenings: EMerson 3-0770 


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4 Bedrooms—2 Baths 
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[his six-year-old rambler will provide your family wath privacy end comver==ce 

r happy living—spacious living room wrth fireplace. seperate deemmg room. 

| equipped modern kitchen with breakfast space. The tour bedrocess beve 

unusually good closet space—basement has recreation aree—iterge well lene 
sped lot, rear yard fenced. Priced for quick sale, $34,950—easy eran 


bh: Out Lee Huy. to Glebe Rd. right te Dettmer Bd. reght Oe 4°53) ent ofee og 


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PRIZE WINNING NATIONAL HOMES 


20” CENTURY HOMES INC. 


7342 WISCONSIN AVE. SETHESDA. MD. 
Oliver 6-7770 


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FINANCING 


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SETTLEMENT. 
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Inchedes Principal, tnterest, Taxes and lesurence 
Attractive Terms tor Mon Veterans 


Check These Quality Feateres: 
© Sestinghouse Electric Kitchen © Direct Bus Servier to D.C © Tile Bath 
© 1,008 Square Foot Lote © Sidewalks © Dining Arca © On) Heat © Sliding 
Dear Closets @ Paved Streets © City Water © Huge Picture Window © Oak 
Hardwood Floors © Outside Storage Room © Curbs and Gatters © Sodded 
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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
vr Saturdey, August 11, 1956 2: 


| First Things First | 

If any one covering can be called. the most imfbrtant, it is the 
> primer. The primer to paint is equivalent to the foundation of 
=> E a house. Its application to exterior wood should not be delayed, 
“. 


for by such application you provide an immediate md foe. | BETHESDA’S PRESTIGE tee vile. | | 


film against penetration by moisture, such as rain and fog. 


CHEVY CHASE MODERN | * New. Conceot 


‘Model Home Completely Air- 
Conditioned fer Your Comfort 
| PRICED FROM 


*24,990 


ONLY $3,950 DOWN 
$18,500 FIRST TRUST 


an —_ = ere 
~. PIT ks. wees &. e 0 ‘ : =. : - 


Raymondale—W estitood Properties’ Home of °56 


{nother contem porary-style multi-level ‘| $20,000, it features an all-General Electric ~~ 
Home of "56 is this four bedroom, two kitchen, including wall oven. To reach: | nn, oe — | 
bath house offered by Westwood Prop- | Out Arlington bled. (US. Route 50) | Go “pee. too 
erties in Raymondale. It recently won ehout 7 miles tad Annandale rd. lefjt on oe Sp spa Ave., aie bd 
the American Ruilder eward. Priced at innandale rd. 2 miles to sign. lessed acrament aris 
: 7 — Open Sunday 11 to 4 


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: FHA LOAN FUND Completely modem, al! electric kitchen with birchwood cabinets, 


dishwasher, disposal, stove and refrigerator are merely some of 
AVAILABLE thd many attractive features to this home 

lt also hoasts a wide, length-of-house front porch, cheerful liv- _ 

aa with fireplace, large dining room and a kitchen you - 

t see ih. 

On the second floor there are 4 twin sized bedrooms and two baths. OY ne eee All the elements for prideful owner - 

v2 ship and expansive family living are 

| yours in The Forester, distinctively 


Registration Set For New Pupils 


New pupils in Fairfax County'open now and will accept en- 


wel register at elementary roliments at any time. At Falls os : 
2) and 30-Year Terms 
schools on Monday and Tues Church High School, however. 3 
cay and & — of the high where an unusually large in- Reasonable Fees 
a = a ae crease in enroliment is expect- Single-Family . The basement extends under the full length and width of the 
Al eight high schools are Detached Residences house including the porch; has an asphalt tile floor and an Paneled Recreation Reom * Din- 


_ed, four days beginning Aug acoustical tile ceiling, plus maid's room and lavatory. ing Reom © 23-ft. Living Room, HOTPOINT APPLIANCES 
cathedral ceiling * Electric by Miller Kitchen Center 


modern in design and . Soe- 
cial features include «a . 
style living room with indirect light - 


——$——$———— ee 


20 are set aside for registration | Virginia and Maryland, The hot water heating plant is in good condition. The front and a 

im addition to Monday and Areas rear yards are attractive and there is good play area in the back of ite * Patio 
Tyler & Rutherford. inc. Tuesday. Pp t. Efficient the house and a detached garage reached via a rear |5-foot alley MODEL HOME oA FLECTRK mg . . all-electric kitchen with 
Mort 4 Loans Pu ils who graduated last rompt, Hl1icien Attractively priced in the upper twenties. this house is an ex- Oren 11 A. M. te DARE. SAT. GENERAL ELECTRIC colored appointments (Beautycraft 
os oo ceptions! value particularly in view of the financing. SURDATs ea€ DART, 1-DARE. Heating by cabinets and Hotpoint apphances: 
Insurance June from elementary schools : Furnished by KRAFFT-IMLAY dishwasher, garbage disposal, 11 eu 
with 


Service 
in the county were registered Call Mortgage Dept. Directions: Out Connecticut Are to Chevy Chase Circle. right on Chevy HUTCHISON FURNITURE CO ft. refrigerator, eye-level oven 
Chase Parkway. straight through on Petterson St. te Neveda Ave. and Decorated by Frieda Poms rotisserie) i ; 


901 Barr Bide. 910 17th St. UW. for high school classes at that 
our open sign and house 

DIRECTIONS: wth glass siding doors opening ontc 

. and a most de- 


RE. 7-5245 time 
North on Wiscensin Ave Past ; 
: . | SHANNON -&-LUCHS | John F. Donohoe & Sons Bethesda Naval Hoapite) aeprexi- } priew ney A come ken an established 
mately one mile te Maplewood Fe- suburben eres. 


Realtors 314 Pennsylvania Ave., $.E. tates. Turn left on Alta Viste Re 


Ri verwoo | Area Our 5éth Anniversary Year Realtors Eves. EM. 3.8207 to Model Home at 5026. 


North Arlington 
Just Minutes From The Pentagon 
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4 Leveled.Luxury Living 
3 Bedrooms — 3 Baths — Finished 
Recreation Room—Lovely Equipped Kitchen 


Price $33,500 ai , 
Open Sat. & Sun. Noon "Til Dark Fall gS FR i NIG sit = 


Derechows: LUader Key Bridge on the George W ashumgtoes 


Memeorsal Partway to Lercom Lane, right te N. Onin 7 ee 
> sp , Built by SMOOT - LEVICK 


St. right to open bourse at 2500. 
Exclasce Ageauts 


CO. 5 tic | IN EXCLUSIVE NORTH CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND 


he )anby A. 5-9595 


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2319 Wilson Blivd., Arl.. 


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Selected at severa! price levels these fine 


homes ore tops in quality and value 


COUNTRY CLUB HILLS—$39,950 | , 
) | 14 in exclusive North Chevy Chase .. . this new Plumbing Fixtures! 


7th cher | eppeeraence. Geslen apd setin 
id «e@bhte brick raembier effers vou th 


group of quality homes has real liveability in © ~p Many fine construction details of a 
house don’t show. But you can get 


me? i$a37 fntsheg Te : la ry and uti 7.5 m : 
caty $s Wiseke too gull ond coumary Geb’ A truly clases b | luxurious surroundings. Several styles to choose | an idea of the quality by checking 
— 7 g ty 7 ‘ay some of the visible features. And 
a” this house has the quality fixtures ~ 


™ every 2 


a: CCC nt . from including features such as 4 bedrooms, 3 } CH ais utente ane ee on 
CAKE BARCROST-$23,956 | | , full baths, large closets.. Prize kitchen with iN] Bay 9s | 
sri a, nt Bes, 6, sree ow Be Ue 3 built-in Magic Chef oven.and range. Fully fin- : Amenican-Standard 
‘ished spacious recreation room with sliding 
glass doors to concrete patio. All this in a Frigidaire 
setting of beauty and yet only. 2 blocks from 12.1 cu. ft. 
major bus line and walking distance. to schools 


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Directicne Coflessbte Pite te weit evtreece of Lebo Percreft, 
meet Of Lape Vere me end right te cur OPEN nes 


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SPACIOUS—$28,500 


Gee-'-g ese ook —on ae beeuty te tee W Ar! 

=eceticn 74-ft invitee room. 1)-t.. Gigige reem I2sI6 ki Cel 

6 twin-sieed bedrooms end 7% Sethe Recreation room with 
end ‘serge screened serch. This eiegent home mar be 

perchase¢ = 5 55 9 Gren 

Dirertieae Pee CTeree@oe Circle efrese®? cof © Weebhteetce 

Pet. gest Wertecer Sheewiee Crater te 6258 ong car OFFS 


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and churches. 


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CENTER HALL RAMBLER—S$19,950 


Pe eles Pad 
Memediate sale. Cl o¢ compventiena! 
Serment if secemear? 


Dereeticns’ Cut Lee Mee © Foeorter Dr. rigtt te W eetpreiend : on : -_ dena ‘ 4 
ereceed te Sird f° cvd left @ cer OFEY mage os WP titcons. . . ‘9 eg Sea pee Me 7 me] 
| os = Recreation Rm. 


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923 15th St. NW, 
RE. 7-6650 
or 
OL. 2-9756 
REAL ESTATE 
Exclusive Sales Agens 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERAL 
36 Saturday, August 11, 1956 . 


meee ee 


“"isemads’ ROSEMARY HILLS ‘rz: | 


3 DISTINCTIVE, HOMES 
3 and 4 Bedrooms—2'/2 or 3 Baths 
Finished Recreation Room 


ro 


$22.950 to $24,950 
FIRM TRADES ACCEPTED 


You'd be groud be spt Say ane Se Sion Sine sous, nee. 
sturdily built with best of materials and workmanship, ecross 
from the new Rosemary Hills elementary school, and near 

convenience; six beilt, left—se come out and see for weave 


Directions: East-West Hwy. % mile west of 16th St. te Sandale Dr., then 
right @€ blocks to sample Aouse at 8823 Sundale Drive 


OPEN DAILY AND WEEKENDS 12-6 P.M. 


SUPER-BILT HOMES, INC. 
LA. 6-9353 JU. 7-5384 


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CRESTWOOD 
WHY FIGHT TRAFFIC? Direct Route Downtown 
Thru Scenic Rock Creek with Only 1 Traffic Light. 
A Controlled Development of Over 150 Distinctive 
Homes Affording Suburban Living, Yet Only Three 
Miles From the White House and Partly, Encircled 
by Lovely Rock Creek Park. 


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4242 Mathewson Drive N.W. 
Inspect this just completed lovely rambler pictured above. This 
ideally arranged rambler has center hall leading to 15x27 living 
room overlodking park. There are 3 master bedrooms, 2 full 
baths, large closets, up-to-the-minute kitchen with dining 
space, 2-car garage. Artistic stone fireplaces in living and 
recreation rooms. Above ground mahogany paneled recreation 
room 15x44, bar, large bedroom and full bath. Separate laundry 
and furnace room, patio at rear. DIR.: Out 16th St., left at 
Upshur to Mathewson (at Argyle Terrace), right ta home. 


Also Inspect 2040 Trumbull Terrace N.W. 
Nearing completion. A well-planned split level that can be 
now finished with 5th bedrm. Year ‘round air conditioning, 
patio in rear. Magnificent view on quiet cul-de-sac. 


RE-SALE $28,950—1829 Upshur St. N.W. 
A recent custom-built home. Large bedrooms, full bath on first 
floor, 3 bedrooms and bath on 2nd floor. Spacious living room 
with fireplace, dining room. Modern kitchen with dinette, large 
delightful screened porch. Large recreation room with fireplace 
and full bath. Fenced, well-kept grounds. Open Sunday, | to 7. 
Weekdays by appointment. Call Mr. Gramlich, JA. 8-1054 
DIR.: Out 16th St. to Upshur, left to home 

RE-SALE HOME 1975 Upshur Street N.W. 
4 Bedrms., 31% Baths. ideal for Entertaining. DIR.: Out 16th 
St. te Upshur, left te home. 

A Few Choice Lots Are Still Available 
HOMES OPEN DAILY. FOR KEYS AND INFORMATION, 
SEE MR. STONE AT 1964 UPSHUR STREET N.W. 


PAUL P. STONE, Realtor 


RA. 3-9233 TU. 2.1105 


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Call RE. 7-1234, ask fer Circulation, and order The Wash- 


| 


| Subdivision Asks 


Fairfax County 


| Aid for Roads 


Residents of Brookland Es- 
tates in Fairfax County are 
asking help from the county 


to insure that a subdivision- 


road will be passable this 


| winter. 


. Cmdr. Walter Bennett, pres- 

ident of the Brookland Estates 
Citizens Association, will ap- 
‘pear before the Board of Coun- 
ty Supervisors Sept. 5 to re- 
| quest part of a $35,000 emer- 
|gency fund recently allocated 
| by the board for storm drain- 


| age maintenance. 


| Bernett, at an informal 
meeting with county officials, 


® said he feared that the unsur- 


i faced roads in the newer sec- 
\'tions of the subdivision will be 
| washed out this winter because 
of the critical storm drainage 
problem 

He said that homeowners 
'are considering asking for the 
creation of a sub-sanitary dis- 
trict so that special taxes may 
be levied on some 200 lots in 
the area to pay for improve- 
ments. 

Director of Public Works 
Edward L. Kipp agrees that 
the drainage problem is acute. 
and recommends a one-shot 
treatment of asphalt to hold 
existing roads until spring. 


} with drainage work at critical 


po nts 

County Executive C. C. Mas- 
sey asked Kipp to study mini- 
mum storm drainage require- 
ments and street treatment 
needed to prevent further road 
deterioration. 

The county is presently 


yp suing builders of the subdivi- 


) sion, John and William Moton 
of Alexandria, for $78,590, 
charging that they failed to 
live up to agreements with the 
feounty for installation 4f 
| paved streets and storm drain- 


—— —— 


| age. A demurrer, arguing that 
the county has no cause for 
action, is scheduled for hear- 
ing today in Fairfax Circuit 
Court 


ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


THE KEYNOTE 


PRICES RANGE FROM 


Career Loans. 


$19,550 to *23,300 


Vets 5% to 10% Down Payment 
To qualified purchasers, also available FHA 
and Conventional Financing and Servicemen’s 


HOME ILLUSTRATED 


*19,550 


tire detection. 


Unsurpassed fer location . . . for Value . . . far Con- 
venience . . . Where M. T. Broyhill & Sons offer 9 house 
plans to choose from, with several elevations of each, in- 
cluding Split Levels, Two Levels and Ramblers. 


These beautiful homes feature steel beam and brick con- 
struction, rock wool insulation .. . living room with fire- 
place and picture window, dining room, GE all-color 
kitchen with Formica countertops, linoleum floor. ex- 
haust fan, ceramic tile bath, plastered walls. Abundance 
of closet space. Full daylight bastment, Rheem furnace, 
40-gallon hot-water heater. Concrete driveways. Mini- 
mum lot size 12,000 sq. ft. All city utilities. Close to 
churches, schools, shopping. 

Added Features: The new Honeywell Moduflow 

ture control system—the “TAPELITE” wall switch—and 
the Honeywell Fire Belle completely automatic household 


warranty. : 
tempera- 


en 


This is one of the 40-plus new homes 
theing placed on the market today in 
Spring Hill Woods, North Chevy Chase, reach: Out Connecticut ave. right on 
Md.. by the Colonial Investment Co. 
There are several styles available, includ- 
ing houses with four bedrooms and three” | 


40 New Homes in Spring Hill Woods 


full baths. Features include built-in oven 
and range and a recreation room. To 


Kensington pkwy. to Inverness, right two 
blocks to Brierly rd., and right to the 
model home. 


IN BEAUTIFUL WOODSIDE 
4 bedrooms—3 baths 
Only *27,950 


1214 Ballard St., Silver Spring, Md. 


Plus finished recreation room, plastered walls, extra 
large kitchen, full-tiled basement, rear patio and many 
other features. 


Built by Bregman & Wolfson 
Open Today and Sunday from 1 P.M. 
Weekdays, 7 te 9:30 PF. M. 

JU. 8-4750 


Mr. M. H. Worth on premises’ 


Directions Out Georgia Ave. Ext. te Bellerd St. right one block & 
oocn ACwsS 


Your dream-castle is no farther away than charming Crestwood 
Park ... and though these inviting homes feature luxury design 

and construction, they're budget priced. ! 

you'll enjoy suburban living with urban conveniences. Drive A i 

out today and see the beautiful model homes, furnished and -~-+~—¢— “Sa... 
decorated by DON PARKINSON of BARNES & KIMEL. Open 


daily and Sunday till dark. 


VILLAGE 


4-BEDROOM HOMES IN WOODBRIDGE, VIRGINIA 
Alse Available 3 & 4 Bedroom Colonials ead Romblers— 
$12,500 up 
Just 21 Minutes from Pentagon 


OPEN DAILY 3 ’TIL DARK 
Sop wessipelice’ riche on Rovio Tha" enepeniaiste mae bail ee 


built by THE WOODBRIDGE DEVELOP. Co.” INC. 
SALES + weflin E Turner Co. 


GYpey 4-1822 * 


In Crest wood Park, 


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THE SPLIT LEVEL 


From the moment you enter the panoramic 
living area with its cheery fireplace and picture | 
windows, you'll feel the enchantments of 
CRESTWOOD’S SPLIT LEVEL Yee’ prize 
its handsome spaciousness, the luxury of « 
finished recreation room, a utility room, an 
oxtra half bath, an enclosed garage and solid 
sak floors. ‘You'll love the conveniences of 
the party-minded service bar connecting the 
bright, completely equipped kitchen and the 
dining roorn. The three bedrooms and finished 
recreation room of this functional home offer 
versatile arrangements for any size family. 
Truly, this is for you if you want the best in 
split-level living. 


THE CRESTWOOD RAMBLER 


For those who have a flair for one-level 
luxury livirig, Crestwood has created the strik- 
ing FULL BASEMENT RAMBLER. The mag- 
nificent living room with center wall fireplace 
opens into the inviting dining area. Pretty 
picture windows welcome in the beautiful Fair- 


CRESTWOOD CONSTRUCTION CORP. 


| Builders of Quality Homes 
CRESTWOOD PARK © NORTH SPRINGFIELD, VA. 
JA. 71-4666 


4610 LEE HIGHWAY, ARLINGTON, VA. JA. 4.1300 


) . - THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Now Hear This "1 | “ Semurdey, August 11, 1956 ° | 

Now that heating equipment ts shut off for the summer, all: ne we i 2 3 og | : : 
doors, pipes and iron portions should be cleaned, and repainted) 2°. es ae Fe PS: Ti ear Mla Ty eee j ee | = SPVICTENT SERVICE FOR 40 YEARS 
if need be. ' | , ae eh, es i es ) is Be See pl, Oe sige Marine Finishes Excel | SALE AND RENTAL OF 
Foe oe a Pe es ee NORTHEAST and SOUTHEAST. 


SS 


4 | _ > va Se & — bee Modern industrial finishing methods today provide finishes REAL ESTATE 

OWNER MUST SELL THIS WEEKEND | oe re ee aleee bid see. for cruisers, yachts and other small craft that are equal to HOHENSTEIN BROS. 
, =e es © ; - By Bem. Fm i i ‘those used on fine automobiles. Hulls are finished with aston- ¢and DONAHUE 

7600 16th Ave., Carole Highlands, Takoma Park | je Ks * teeta ah bed. yng 4 ip ‘ishingly efficient antifouling coatings which spell death to’ Fe ee ee recat Bitetd Bone’ 
G.I. APPROVED-$16,400 | ~ SF Pig 6 ig. Ri Bias. destructive marine organisms. The varnishes and Mame |S \csnenennnnenteemeees 

| > a which have been developed are fast-drying, durable, flexible,’ o.1 pe 7.1234, ask for Cir- 


and successfully resist the deteriorating effects of salt water, culation, and order The Wash; 
ay air and hot sun. ington Post and Times Herald 


guaranteed home delivery. 


anvitee: | An Office Building for Future Farmers 


—_ . This is an artist's sketch of the $275,000 office building being built for the Future 
Open Teday and Sunday I te Dark | Farmers of America near the intersection of U.S. Route 1 and Mount Vernon blvd. 


tart gE heat Boal eee i Rog rericcesbetant emer atatrergs | SEDR00K BRICK AND REOWOOD SPLIT LEVELS 


mont Brothers, Builders, of Bethesda; the architect is Morton W. Noble, A.J.A. of 


Owner—H E. 4.7741 Washington. | j Rannockburn! Renowned community of 
| im Beautiful a fine modern homes in the Potomac highthnds. 
—-— - —-—--_-— — | Bannockburn! The charm and grace of 


pias cee BETHESDA, MD. Fashionable living... lovely lanes winding 
July Construction Costs | 
Set Record $4.2 Billion 


New construction in July ex-.of $44.4 billion when adjusted 
panded seasonally to $4.2 bil- seasonally. This compares with 
ie s SY Cee ae lion, according to preliminary actual outlays of $43.0 billion 

Tee ieee kee ee estimates of the Departments in 1955. 
i seas Bo of Commerce and Labor. This’ The two Departments noted 


figure surpasses the previous , 
July high set in 1955. that in preparing these month 

Total value of construction /¥ estimates, they were not able 
for the first seven months of *° Teflect the effects of short- 
1956 set a new record of $24.1 #4 of steel and other mate- 
billion. rials on the volume of work 

Construction expenditures In yetaniy ll Seiten ) 
July hit a record annual rate strustion enctrthetnd th the 61 por 


ae per cent rise from June to July ee 
with outlays for the following §| pmEcTIONS: Drive cut te neta Gaaamen ee ae ond 


a ea ce ~ eight categories reaching all-f| the end of Mass. Ave. oi 

ge ere = Sine Chamber Lists time monthly highs: Private §} and turn left on Goldsboro comfort. Dramatic interior features include 
4 ~ ~ i kitch h 

(fe din to —— industrial buildings, office }) Rd. Follow Va mi. te Mac a large fireplace, oversize built-in kifcnen, huge 

| | buildi h ” | : ¢ Mewes . living room and 4 master-size bedrooms. The 

eaings and wereneuses, oe kitchen has every modern convenience; built-in 


.\ 4 avs to @SC cial and recreational buildings, | 2 quit. ond. eaintertte . ten..an. (ioe 


public utilities, highway work, |) : freezer-retrigerator, a dishwasher and disposal. 

° public education buildings, sew- }) te Bannockburn Two baths ensure completely adequate 
Parking Woes er and water facilities, and pub- jf) t on Bonneck- lavatory facilities. Magnificent picture windows 
— lie service enterprises. | blocks te pour in floods of sunlight . . . the enormous 


announces the completion of a 


my. 4 
. 
| Ml efurt [ | Private expenditures totaled |} left on vaiieeinn aad mina -cheame trees weary 
on new group of fine homes at ged y By wl oe $17 billion during January-July Be ee to model bedroom a combined sitting room and sleep 
Connecticut Avent d Rock major cities were recommend- 1956, slightly above the record OPEN. SAT. & SUN. 11 quarter. An exciting new adventure in living —— 
‘ se an ock Creek Park od ty the Chamber @f Com high for petvete construction et ge awaits you at the prestige community, Bannockburn! 
outlays reac n the first 
merce yesterday. The recom- . BY APPOINTMENT. 
mendations included: ee) one ee oe 30 vean ci toans = $2}2.,624 


, ) ®*Encouragin hort-ti 
These distinguished traditional homes, planned for tHe best in parking by bb oon | hei sien. Soap oe ee SS See ° Ercellent Conventional Pinencing Also Available 
ncreases in indus 


modern living, are located in exclusive Chevy Chase next to Rock its on both metered and ‘un- commercial building and pub 
Creek Park. There are eight different designs to choose from . . metered curb space. lie utility construction. P 
including 3 and 4 bedroom, 2 and 3 bath models .. . and each _ © Progressive rate schedules : + 00 IO 
home is beaytifully sited on a quarter-ecre wooded lot. The homes tlie aman, oar Big dis- 
you will see in the Byeforde community ere siready completed . Dicedine up neste and £7 
The streets are paved. The community itself is next to the Holy garages to attract motorists and ., 
Redeemer parochial school and public schools. You can move educating employes to be good 

right in and enjoy a well-established residential area of fine neigh- public relations agents. . e 


bors. Drive out Connecticut Ave. past Jones Bridge Rd. to Culver Mgom wsng Ire Drom yr Son 
St. and turn left-to models. Priced from $27,750. are located to correct the aaa 
Sales by Colonial lavestmént Co. hair hoe about 
The recom mendations are 
Byelorde Inc., Builders & Owners, RE. 7-248 OL. 93-9694 listed in a 24-page publication 
which will be mailed for 40 


COMPLITE BEAL 


TRCLUSIVE AGENTS 6106 GEORGIA AVESLE VM. wot 


New Charm ... New Elegance . . . More Distinctive Living 


' ; Sa omg value! y an 
in Beautiful Close-in Silver Spring, Maryland : . . «@ old and ‘eee! 
) e 


9400 Block of New Hampshire Avenue , eh : é Y : ving tc) 


fleer - 
and delight 22, windows i 


ADVANCED STYLING! ADDED FEATURES! OUTSTANDING LOCATION! HOMES SO SUPERIOR 


OF SUCH UNUSUAL MERIT THAT THEY HAVE NO EQUAL IN THEIR PRICE CLASS 
| 3 TWIN-SIZE BEDROOMS 


+ FAMILY ACTIVITIES ROOM : | ~E | + 4% Pts $1500 


ONAL 
pat FINANCING 


nM to | 
FINISHED AND HEATED Origage to Qualifieg a ified Vets 


TRUE CENTER HALL SPLIT-LEVELS and RAMBLERS 2'/2 BATHS one w master seproom 


The success story to end them all! Three full sections-sold out 
im record time! Dramatic testimony that the Oakview Originals 
have that something extra that puts them in a class apart! Spark- 
lingly different! Excitingly original! The Oaskview Solit-Levels 
promise new pleasure in everyday living. Convenience and space 
traditionally reserved for “upper-bracket™ families are built into 
these distinctive homes. At Oakview, the facilities for formal en- 
tertaining and at-home family get-togethers will fulfill your every 
need. Superb location with all the conveniences of city living, « 
community swimming poal and express highway access to down- 
town make the Oakview Originals perfection itself for modern 
tarnilies. 


30 YR. GI ard FHA LOANS 


ALSO 30 YEAR oy 99 
FHA MILITARY € 
Excellent Conventional Financ ng Avaiiable 


DIRECTIONS TO OAKVIEW ORIGINALS... . ss Mee iteteatro 
aa Koo Meskniika esis % dee Wikies cat thaueeie. CONSTRUCTION FEATURES: 


Lane to 9400 block, turn left one block to furnished’ model Genuine Plastered Wa!! 
home Or out Piney Branch Road to New Hampshire Avenue, Completely ow aad Commun ty 
turn left approximately one-quarter mile to 9400 block of remendous Basement Storage Area 
New Hampshire Avenue, tum left one block to model home. Graded Fir Lumber Used 


Throughout 
Open Hours: Sunday, 10 A.M. te 9 P.M. Pakage ee one Heater (with S-yr. guarantee) 
Daily and Saturday, 1 te 9 P.M. od and Shrubbed Lots 
Project Phone: HEmileck 4-9773 aeadl iat Ueudlins and Gein 
ALSO AVAILABLE iron Divi 


Dividers 
Oakview Originals True Center Hall RAMBLERS Doors, Screens and Venetian Blinds 
3 TWIN-SIZE BEDROOMS -—=~2%4 BATHS—HUGE 
LIVING ROOM with Mural Wail, Built-in Bookshelves | 


Bookcases. tevehes ; Vanrorres in Bathrooms 3 
Room —Hetpont Kitchen $21,950 tenet Floors © Outside Entrance to 
Haven Corporation FF, iT; NFR 


* Gl Financing os 


_ 


SS ~ TIMES HERALD [Rome Buying Tips | 
%. August I IT, 1956 | | 
The Big Picture Window J “Magic Mirror es | Which | 
Can Make House a Cage Sen Pexcce 
REALTY LEADERS) 9. By train Frank ca ee 


Associated Press 


EXCHANGE f| SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Aug.| Smith, a 49-year-old housing 
10—One million wives are go- pg is director of the Hous- 
} ing to look at 1 million hus- ing arch Foundation of 


@ Fast Action , : |bands within the next year and the 8 . Sees ant — 
@ Free Appraisal © Free Information | ‘say, “Let's buy the house, dear.” (Wh; 4 ,nouprott organization 


CALL ONE OF THESE f| If the husbands are smart improve housing and living! 

Long established, Responsible Realtors: they'll say, “First, let's ask 50 standards through scientific) 

Listing With One AUTOMATICALLY Lists With All i questions.” . knowledge in design, technol- 

J. WESLEY BUCHANAN, tac. POMPONIO REALTY, INC. | The 50 questions art the key ogy. materials and economics. 


JA. 4-1155 * JA. 7-6660 to Bill Smith’s system of de->™ith says: eg 
i HANNON & LUCHS CO. ; ia) What it adds up to is build- 
esr Hy + by - : JA. 5-6800 termining if the house re ing better houses at no extra 


PARKER, SMITH & ARTHUR L. WALTERS CO. | 7 ar Cost. If we know what to look 
w Inc. INC ‘and 20 


a what to demand of 
, ; '§ : ers, we can get much bet- 
JA. 7-6161 JA. 7-3200 27 years of study and le ae ter houses.” ' 
H re M E RU Y ERS! yt ecnith 4 Smith expects a builder to 
= i= : make a ee livable and at- 
BE SURE T . RE , na tractive, and he expects a cou- 
O SEE OUR EXCLUSIVE ) ed ple to reject second-class con- 
ISTINGS BEFORE YOU BUY struction and design. For ex-|: 
H , ample: 

“There's no reason why 4a) 

light switch can't be put on the 

, “ same level as a door knob 80} 

Pr | . children can reach it. It doesn’t 

~ cr cost a cent more to do this, yet 


it makes a home more desir- / 
able.” 
BEDROOMS | A little thing like a closet | 
' |door can make a house a bet-' . F 


ter place—if the closet door'| 
22 BATHS folds out of the way instead, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 
of opening into a room taking 


CUSTOM SPLIT LEVEL “’smitb says you. can tell )) | Attractive VA, FHA and Con-. 


jwhether the house was well 


ling on’ the bedroom walls orl Sams ventional Financing Available 


the way the basement door 


TiS the buildel took prime | AME oO LEVEL 18,475 welll Petes 


ree tne On | 
| An s no er ’ 
a tocalled picture window fn 3 BEDROOMS ONLY 12 MIN. TO DOWNTOWN WASHINGTON 


the front of the house. J. i ‘ | 
"Sit a house has a large ple 7 Me AND ONLY 5 MIN. FROM THE PENTAGON 


\ture window facing the street 


Piensa & 2 FULL BATHS — % lemmetrleelcceiaes 


ew ie borat csammen Pas ae ay 2 : Also Available 
They are t t llow “ee ; 
+ CO OE Finished REC. ROOM a a or , a 
oer 17,995 


ing on the stove or whether 
ei i Wenegvone, 9 Saat te thoy Nowe, > 7 AND ULL BASEMENT 
, se allow, the setting sun to bake | | 

° Speciont Coftedrd” Coling Uing Fon | ee iat and they Fully PLASTERED Walls DIRECTIONS: 
arate Formal Dining Room @ 4 Bedrooms, 2'2 ee ng ee vou get from — only view | _ OPEN DAILY & SUN Cross Memerie!l er 14th Street Bridge te Shirley 
luxury Baths @ Majestic Balcony Overlooking one ‘passing trucks and parked! :; = "| Highwéy, continue te Seminary Reed exit. Toke 
Living Room @ Carport © Spacious Landscaped Ree cars Outside Basement Entrance <9 fam kumumnmiaaanl piper ogstee apne Aging gery 
Lots @ Plaster Walls. Be e | He suggests that most win- te traffic light ot Duke Street. Continue 100 ft. te 


Yee, dows should extend to the ceil- wrnished model home 

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY -~ oe see, ing, where they will admit ‘ A 
$3500 Down, Excellent Conventional ) “A Been Bf ee BE light and still give privacy. Model Home Furnished and Decorated by ° 

‘ 1 “er ans = \In the bedrooms, the window 
and FHA Financing is & \sills should be at least 4 feet MAZOR Masterpieces ' 
oe m above oor to permit flex- ; ; 

DIRECTIONS: From downtown Washington, out Wisconsin Ave. ete = to preserve privacy. 
to Bradley Bled. leit on Bradley Bled. to Wilson Lane, left on Reece * All things make for 
Wilson Lane to Westfield Drive, leit on Westlield Drive to Landon fete je, better living without extra 
Lane, right on Landon Lane, follow Oakwood Forest signa to model pon orc cost. 
home. OR, out Old Georgetown Road to Wilson Lane. san digi ul. nes” siete*s "ete Many living rooms are n a 4 — 
son Lane to Westfield Drive, leit on Westlield te La mn Lene, snes betes sa : ; but glorified hallwa ep a 
right on Landon Lane, follow Oakwood Forest signs to mode home. “a ng & wage, ne Te 


EXCLOSIVE SALES 
Suite 307, Continental Bidg. 
Washington 5, D. C.—ME, 8-431 


Bd 


te See ee: mere “all the foot tratfic 1 “4 
Che evy ase Rebbe ° | ne EM. 3-1800 See sn ‘the winter's snow and the om r 
ees to, mers mud must walk in on 


3333 Connecticut Ave. 


TING 


Finest In-Town <a 
residential location. P in nearby Fairfax County, Virginia adjoining vets Country Club 


One block beyond 
Westmoreland Circle ‘in Features: . | all-brick construction .., No. .1. fir Jumber used through- 
out . .. three bedrooms . . . large living room with fireplace having a raised 
an established 3 hearth . . . colored ceramic tile bath with colored fixtures . . . separate 
community. | dining room . . . equipped GENERAL ELECTRIC kitchen with Disposal! 
and dishwasher . . . breakfast nook in kitchen . .. ample closet space 
window wall.ranging the entire rear of house. . . full daylight base- 
Exhibit House furnished | © ment with fireplace, and full bath roughed in .. . carport . . . hot-water 
& Decorated by a baseboard heat . . . custom decoration throughout . . . ail city utilities 
VIRGA & CO | . paved streets, gutters, sidewalks. 


of Bethesda 


Immediate Possession! 


VETERANS ONLY $662 DOWN Corner Cheha: if 


arious Styles 
priced from es This Home Can Be Equipped With This Additional! FURNISHED HOME: HUTCHISON FURNITURE, WILLSTON 


to as 3 . KITCHEN EQUIPMENT Every Owner that has resold in 
950 | Eg RANGE, REFRIGERATOR VALUE ee to ae Pte 
$27, ee G.E. CLOTHES WASHER & ORYER taken from the Land records of Fairfax County 
4% Financing me Purchased From | ' 
GENERAL ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORP. OPEN ALL DAY TODAY AND DAILY 1 te DARK 
705 Edgewood St. W.E. HU, 3-6800 


t hw Directions: Past Seven Cagnens to Fairfax Circle, continue on 
“You must see this Fo ere | Re. #237 past country club to model home on right. 


house te believe it has 
all this space.” 


These Homes Feature 


i “i AMERICAN Standard 


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Exhibit House OPEN Daily & Sunday from Noon ‘til Dark 


The latest concept in Hotpoint Built-In Electric Equipped Kitchen supplied 
by Simon Distributors. 


DIRECTIONS: Out Massachusetts Ave, eee r NA. 86-5740 
cura tt | OL. 6-6311 ‘ 
~~ _— Eves. EM. 3-9551 


THE WASHINGTON POST md TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, August 11, 1956" ~ 39 


Premier of Nepal | 
Due at Peiping Fete 


KATMANDU, Nepal, Aug. 10 e Ke e \A. \ 
Pcs pa mage Fm Bey’ Gen llys Separat Bomb Victim Dies 
‘today Nepalese Premier Tanka’ HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 10 ial HIROSHIMA, Japan, Aug 11 


3 Held on Narcotics Charges 
After Series of D. C. Arrests ‘Prasad will leave for Peiping) actor Gene Kelly and his wife,|(}—Emiko Hayashi, 14, died 


Three persons were charged was charged with presence in) Police said they found three Oct. 1 National Day celebra- 

Ilyesterday with narcotics law an illegal establishment. * ‘(marijuana cigarettes in her “ons. ‘separation, - his studio said to and became this year's 120 

violations after police made a An unrelated case. Bét ' | Informed d th d ‘victim of the Hiroshima ator 
ssi 4 vantity of | sources said three Gay. 

series of related arrests. 5 2et ompencel nee agi z top Nepalese Communists also) MGM said the couple is in\99™b. Doctors said she de 


Jean Moten, 33, of 5417 9th st.| loose marijuana at her’ home, 
Hl pm ote, sa ‘ol. ons nw., was charged with 7 $l Heese sos under the mattress Wi! leave Sept. 1 to attend a veloped leukemia last ~“ebruar) 


Em- Red conference in Peipi 4 Paris where Kelly is working 
of the Mari A nm ping an as the result of fadiation in 
rola hong of the Second terday. gee a sooaieea| ot ee idyearoid daughter's} the October festivities. on a film. ‘juries. 
Friday, 


About Thursday afternoon by Dets.| Mrs. Moten was arraigned be- vs 
SPRINGFIELD AREA 


‘WORTH A FEW MOMENTS OF YOUR TIME 


Potomac, Md. 
RIVER ROAD AND ADMIRAL’S WAY. Brick rambler, custom-built for « 
contractor, 3 bedrooms, 3 beths, mahogany den, 2-~<er gerege, 1's 
acre let. Whether yeu con afferd this lewely heme, you must seo it 
for « lessen in excellent construction. Open Sunday fram 1. Out River 
Rd. 2% miles beyond Potomac. 


Bethesda, Md. 
8800 ROOSEVELT ST. 2 bedroom, 2 beth, brick Coleniel. Vacent and | 
beautifully decorated, screened perch, recreation ream Gerage Very 
lew 20's. Open today end Sunday frem 2. Bradley Blvd. te bradmeer, 
right } block te Ressevelf, 


—*< 


12:30 a.m S H. Herrin ' . 
, S. H. g and D. A. Longo fore Splain ind held under 
Dets. I. W. Brewer, Felix Aiken',: wroridian st. and Holmead $1500 bond for action of the 


Kenwood—Somerset 
4970 DORSET AVE. 3 bedroom, 2 beth Colenicl. psewder room, 
sereéned porch, 2 extra reams, near Somerset Scheel. In the 20's with 
excellent terms and exceptionally lew dewn peyment. Open Sundey 
fram 1:30. Wiscensin Ave. te Dorset (step light) left te hewse. 


American University Park 
4540 CHESAPEAKE ST. Gleaming white brick with heavy slate reef. 
4 bedrooms (of on Ind) 2 baths, powder reem, storage attic, huge 
den, recrection room, maids reem and bath. Handy te Spring Volley 
shepping center end excellent scheels. Open Tedey end Sundey from 
1.30. Mess. Ave. te 46th, right te Chesapecke. 


4319 ALSEMASLE ST. 3 bedroom, 2 beth brick. A geod heuse in on 
excellent location for « family whe wents te be within welking die 
tance of parochial, public, elementary end high scheels. Lew 70's. 
Open Sunday from 1:30. Wisconsin Ave. te Albemarle, left te hewse, 


Barnaby Woods 
9257 ARCADIA PLACE. 4 bedroom, 2 beth brick, center hell Coleniel, 
all big bedrooms, powder reem, 2 screened perches, I<ar gerege. 
ln the 20's. Owner bas already gene end his wife and children are 
anxious te join him. Open from 1:30. Frem Chevy Chase Circle ge 
right on Western Ave. te Arcadia, right te hewee. 


4487 32ND PLACE. Mere it ic straight! We knew every hewse being 
atfered fer sale in Chevy Chase and ne ether house in such «@ fine 
neighberheed offers se much fer se little dewn. 3 bedreems, 2 
bathe, den, powder room, breakfast reem, recreation reem with fire- 
place, gerage, completely decorated, specially filtered eir-conditien- 
ing system. $2500 down. See it and try te metch it! Open Sunday 
from 1.30. Frem Chevy Chese Circle ge right en Western Ave. te 
Tennyson, right te Sled S., left on F2nd Place, right te hewse. 


MERRYFIELD & WOODS 


4529 Wisconsin Ave. EM. 2-2216 


Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash- 
ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


A Real Buy 


PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 


in Bethesda, Md. 


3 YEARS OLD 


3511 Pelham Rd. 
3 BEDROOMS-—2 FULL BATHS 


PRICE, ‘19,950 


$2,500 Down—25-Year Trust Available 


Thie te ene of the finest-bulll ramblers in the Washington eree her on 
ell-clectric kitchen, clastered walls, venetion blinds, tile beths, stee! beam 3 
eenstruction, tireploce, tiegstene pete. 
Qpen Sat. & Sun., 12 ‘dl Dark 
Weekdays by Appointment 
DIRECTIONS, Drive out Wisconsin Ave. te Bradley Bivd. left an 
—_— twe end 4/10 miles te Raeybure Bd. right on Bayburn Bd. te feose 


turn left on Roosevelt and fellow directional! errows te house located 
pry Pethon Reed 


David Milestone. Real Estate 
JU. 38-1400 


cotics squad arrested Henrv 
Hayes, 36, listed at 514 M st. 
nw. Police said they found 
three capsules of heroin on 
Hayes. 

About two hours later. they 


of the 1400 block of Belmont st. 
nw., in the 1200 block of 7th 
st. nw. 

| Later in the morning, a 
group led by Det. Sgt. Joseph 
Gabrys arrested Frances Clar- 
ice Fryer, 32, at her home, list- 
ed at 433 M st. nw. Police said 
they found about four ounces 
of heroin, valued wholesale at 
$900, and a quantity of ‘oose 
marijuana in a garage on her 
premises. 

All three were arraigned be- 
fore U. 8. Commissioner James 
'F. Splain. Hayes and Thomas 
were charged with sale and pos- 
‘session of heroin and held un- 
‘der $2500 bond for action of 
|the grand jury. Miss Fryer was 
charged with sale and posses- 
‘sion of heroin and violation of 


junder $7500 bond for action of 
the grand jury 

| Theodore " hetenwett (Foots) 
Robinson, 49, listed at 433 M st.. 


— 


6 Die in Plane Crash 


BOGOTA, Colombia, Aug. 10 
Four passengers and two crew 
members died in an Avianca 


airplane crash yesterday, 15 
miles southeast of Villavicen- 
/c10, 
|was reported today. 


and Alton Thomas of the nar- p 


grand jury. 


arrested Clarence Thomas. 36.) 


the marijuana tax law and held | 


in eastern Colombia, it 


Attention 


BUSINESS GROUPS, ASSOCIATIONS, CLUBS 
RELIGIOUS AND OTHERS — 


Ideal Vacation Spot on and Along 
The Beautiful 


Shenandoah River 


Absolutely No Mosquitoes 


Exceptionally fine lodge . . accormmodations for 30 people 
for sieeping; private rooms with baths. Separate kitchen and 
Gaining room for parties and meals. Recreation room and large, 
fully equipped snack bar, dressing rooms, laundry, Completely 
furnished and equipped for immediate operation. Caretakers 
quarters also included. Hunting privileges on property and 
also 4,000 acre Government reservation adjoining. . Plenty of 
DEER and other game. Excellent BASS fishing. 


Best of All... 


A REALLY BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING POOL, with fil- 
ter and fed by an underground mountain lake. Pure 
water. 

This i¢ an ideal set-up for promoting employee-emplover 
relationship. MUST BE SEEN to appreciate the natural beaut? 
of this lovely mountain countryside 


Priced at less than reproduction cost 


For further information call owner on property, Mr. D. P. Robertson 
at Edinburg 165, Edin Va., anytime day or night, or, if in the 
Washington area, call JA. 2-0030 weekdays Please address al! 
mail inquiries te Mr. D. P. Robertson, 3914 Sth Rd, North 
Arlington, Va. 


Virginia 


*23,950—43 Acres 


a 


a i ee 


Never again : will you have an opportunity to purchase such a magnificent 
home for such a reasonable price. 


Situated on top of a hill, surrounded by rolling countryside—truly an 
exquisite, secluded setting of rare natural heauty 493 ft. frontage 
on Pohick Creek ... living room with fireplace, separate dining room, 
pantry, equipped kitchen, utility room; 3 bedrooms and hath: workshop. 
2-car garage ... good terms. 

Shown Ry Appointment 


WHARTON & POTTER, 


119 M. Baiefax St., Alexandris Eves., TE. 6.5576 8.3511 


INC. 


Ki. 9.7510, KI. 9.7799. KI 


- ——— = - — = —— ~ —» = _— = — ——— 


an exhilarating experience awaits you this weekend of the FIRST SHOWING of 


214 baths 


closet space 


THE FACTS: 


8% and 4 bedrooms 


most with 2 fireplaces 
some with porches & built-in 
outdoor barbecue pits 

® huge basements 

® finished rec. rooms 


built-in garages or 
connecting carports 


over 1800 sa. ft of 
luxurious living space 
with 40 lineal ft. 


of 


Contemporary Ramblers 
and Split Levels 


7 custom styled by William ff. Mayne award-winning architect 
on richly wooded plots 


averaging ‘2 acre 


MANOR ° 


VETERANS: 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 


FRIGIDAIRE elec. 
tric refrigerator 
FRIGIDAIRE elee 
trie range 
Three bedrooms— 
large closets 
Spacious living 
room and dining 
area 
Forced air heat, 
thermostatically 
controlled 
4DERHOLDT REALTY CO. 
Sue) Riverside 3.5381, (Office) LOgan : 


DRIVE OUT . 
MODEL HOMES OPEN 
DAILY: ay 8. a 
St—Indian Road (Route baehes “ae 
uM S10, 40 signs, feat balece ® Frigidaire auto. dishwasher 
‘. ih Mii Lili i sith) 3 Bryane meee. : > GE (no draft) Airwall forced 
‘si i Ki ie warm air heating systems. 
All duct systems readily 
adaptable for sivcuuiileninn 


© 40 & 50 gal. hot water heaters 


® solid masonry with small 
areas of exterior wood 
panels for variations 


LAKEFRONT AND LAKEVIEW SITES 


THE STORY: We couldn't be prouder 


of these Kal-Mayne homes if they were priced 
at five thousand dollars more. As a matter of 
fact, we urge you to ride around Lake Barcroft 
Estates and make your own comparisons with 
many of the handsome homes that sold in the 
$35,000 range. 


® low maintenance aluminum 
windows with open views to 
magnificent Lake Barcroft 


® all master bedroom baths 
with slide door glass 
showers and custom vanitories 


® Hall baths with tub« and 
built-in Vanitories. 


these homes will charm you. You may have 
several patios if you wish. You may have a 
built-in outdoor barbecue on a very large porch. 
You may have an extra den in the basement in 
addition to a beautifully finished recreation 
room. As we told you, these are architect-de- 
signed homes dn the best tradition of modern 
living. 


Private resident swimming, boating and fish- 
ing privileges include lifeguard supervision at 
the many finished beaches 


Lake front and lake view locations at Lake 
Barcroft are almost gone. The richly wooded 
plots with their charming views of Lake Bar- 
croft will soon be unavailable at any price. For 
this reason our offering is limited to 24 homes. 
Because they average one half acre (some lar- 
ger) every home has an estate atmosphere. 


® charming exposed beam 
slope ceilings 


® custom-stvied Geneva stee! 
kitchen cabinets in choice 
of colors 


® built-in Thermador electric 
wall oven and range 


® 12 cu. ft. Frigidaire 
auto. defrost refrigerator 


With all the rustic beauty of Lake Barcroft, 
you will be within several minutes of major 
shopping centers (including the new one soon 
to be opened at 7 Corners) .. . and”close to 
schools, churches, hospitals. We are only 15 
minutes from downtown Washington. 


Ride out to Lake Barcroft today or to- 
morrow and follow the Kal-Mayne signs to our 
4 mode! homes (directions at lower left). \/e 
are certain you will 
tell us that these . re 
the most magnifi- 
cent homes you have 
ever seen at these 


prices. 


Everything about Kal-Mayne homes, from the 
solid masonry construction right down to the 
fixtures and doorknobs, points out the high 
standards and good taste incorporated into 
these homes. That's 

why every home has 

a character all its —————- 


owe. 4 MODELS PRICED FROM 


$28,400 to *31,950 


| Model Homes Open 10 am. to Dark — 
Saturday & Sunday ® Open Evenings Daily 


The spaciousness and 


DIRECTIONS: Cross esther 14th St. or Memo- exclusive features of 


rial Bridge to Columbia Pike thru Basle: 
Crest Roads. Proceed 7/10 mi. pact Bales: 
te Blair Read then right te Jollen Drive then 
right te Kel-Mayas sign and model homes. 


KAL-MAYNE CORPORATION, SUILDERS 
Walker & Dunlop, ine., exclusive sales gents, 959 M. Menres St. Artington, JAckses 53-2400 - 


* 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD ) .#&_./_ | Queen_to Visit Scotland | Plane Crash Kills 5 | 
40) Saturday, August 11, 1986 ote “LONDON, Aug. | Sale By Owner 
Ist Expressway Link si. i Saat ye Hillcrest Heights 


" Me for a summer cruise in the off from Fon | The house with the trees 
Ketire in Dignity To Start in 2 Years (rset or tne al ie ls for sale 1 


(Related story on page 17) | 


The first link of an “inner ¢ Springfield, Md. 
loop” of expressways circling, ONSTITUTION AVE. 
‘the central city is to be started High Elevation . 


within the next two years. » 
Highway Director J.°N. Rob- 5624 Newington Court 


ertson already has completed 
preliminary plans for this $23 
million “southwest freeway.” 


Construction will be stepped ECT ) rooms and 2 baths on second floor, Out-of-greund basement. | This Senate 3 bedroom brick home, inclu 
uD, under programing of a vast ; Walking distance ool elementary, junior high and perochial | —_ ts conveniently lorated near schools, shop £. Cc. T. 
Federal highway improvement Shewn is the plan of the | schools. Price $34,500. trem yg ~ gtely tg hy Bt 


| Priced ue to owner a ~~. 
bill passed last session by Con-| Southwest Freeway, construc: | Open for inspection Sat. 2-5 and Sun day 11.4 | Swimming pool membership avaiiable. situated on 100x! 


and has off-street ing. 
gress. But the timetable is not’ tion of which iste he speeded. | ; | , parking. Radiant het water 
certain —~. EN TED EN: Directions: Out Mase. Ave. hepond Westmoreland Circle to Crom- Directions: Out Branch Avenue (At. 4) te Colebroek Prive (iret 


, well Drive. right about § blocks te Springfield Dr, right on Sprine- traffic Neht), right te 26th Ave. right te end at kl ’ 
The freeway will run from a Held to Newington Road, right to Newington Court end “Open” sion. | 9567 Berkley’ ot at Berkley St, left te 


; proposed bridge across the|141 structures over or under Open Sat. & Sun. ‘til 7 P.M. 

This nice old stone house is tucked away on 52 acres ‘Washington channel east, par-jthe ground and 96 ramps. Fed- BOSS AND PHELPS, INC. LO. 7-3113 

among the foothills of Rappahannock County, near [falleling F st. sw., to South Cap-|¢ral aid may make completion) ) | 
historic Washington, Virginia. There are 3 bed- [fitol st. The easternmost section|of the loop possible within 15 1417 K Street, N.W. 
rooms, 2 baths & lav., living room, dining room & | Will be depressed to about 4thiyears, planners predicted. — eng Pon 


kitchen; five fireplaces. Fine spring water & streams. en her re ———__ Ce aa _—- ston and Times d guaranteed home delivery. 


FORESTVILLE, VA.,.AREA KeSescs we 


Homey country place of 4 acres, well landscaped and peo ggg ~ 28 entrance ss 


improved by attractive house; Ist floor has living [into the southwest urban rei a 


room with fireplace, den, dining room, bedroom & [)newal area will run another| Ss ss , : | oy 
bath. 2nd floor has 3 bedrooms & bath. Hot water new expressway at about 2d st.,| Siiessmemeees ste | eseses 
heat with oil. cutting north to join the other) Siitseiscmssssscsssssmmmmens siaietetenetenanissecets > 


side of the loop across town.| fae rince Georges County's 


Located at corner of Ree. 194 and Leigh Mill Road Robertson said the depressed se Finest Location 
near Forestville, Va. Arttractively priced at $32,500. section would be eight lanes,| Sees 


: four in each direction. os sie 
9 surface, traffic will be chan-| Res 
Frances Powell Hill neled into six lanes, three inj} 5 
Exclusive Agent each direction. 


This superroadway will give ss 
DE. 2.4101 1608 20th St. N.W. FE. 3.1073 Washingtonians e bird's eye 


view of the 17-mile, $272 mil- 

' . ne —— == ion loop contemplated by high- gas 
Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash. way officials “ 
ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. ' When completed it will have) Siku 


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“co | Smart interpretation of the popular ranch home... a 
NEW Tri-Level HOME +25,950 sleet rambler featuring the effective combination of red brick i 
— ey Sens and rustic wood siding. From the vestibule entrance you 
© 4 BEDROOMS e¢ 2% BATHS ee will be able to see the over-sized living room and spacious 
mm Sioa | ® FINISHED RECREATION ROOM WITH | Sees dining area. The cheerfully colored kitchen is large enough 
$92 <0 FIREPLACE ses to accommodate the average family for breakfast. The a 
<I” LARGE DINING ROOM Bo Springbrook has 3 lovely bedrooms and a color coordinated 
in this popular ates : bath on the living level. The basement has 12 bath roughed 


OTHER HOMES 


close-in location 


Open Saturday and Sunday For Inspection ts in plus plenty of space for storing and work-shops. 


HARRY A. BOSWELL CO., fai! 


Nate: 2S, =, % Developers of Ray Park | —T ee | 


Avenue to Rey Road. right te 


ath Place; OR. Riggs Roed te REALTORS AP. 7.1111 : 

Rey Road, left to 8th Place 

3 PI TSO ENT RE EME as MODEL HOME — ~_ | 
COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED 


..BETHESDA, MD. | ) omade 


compressors and with low cost operating fecter for ultra quiet 
contre. 


luxurious heme conditioned Ver . 
For those who —— rion Heights Brg B result of Horry 
| an ei conditioning unit thet could be included 


’ | é‘ . Me. the first builders te recognize the fect thet of 
insist on the Very Best! . wanted the many sdvantages @f central sir conditioning if the original cost of unit 


3 MASTER SIZE BEDROOMS 
DEN OR 4TH BEDROOM 
3 FULL BATHS @ DINING ROOM 


Occupancy 
Arranged CATHEDRAL CEILING LIVING ROOM | 
te Suit Your WITH FIREPLACE | OUTSTANDING 


picmaeeoaanes: PATIO WITH FRENCH DOOR | FEATURES 
PANELED FAMILY ACTIVITIES ROOM | 
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ALL-ELECTRIC DELUXE KITCHEN | © custom lighting “ ind 
e plastered walls 
Features builtin Tappan electric evyelevel oven and jor Bh 
range, disposal, dishwasher, Youngstown coler cabinets, tank— 
pantry, and breakfast area. ° AO-gatlon het-water 
S-yr. querantes 
© brick construction 
e city sewer and water 
© street and, storm sewers 
© off-street parking on concrete 
driveway 
@ glass-door stall shower - 
master baths | aooroms | £) North on New Hampshire Avenue to 
| — | | © colored ceramic tile in baths f wus S// i Missouri. Right on Missouri which 
OS a5, te © built-in vanities, Formice : | becomes Riggs Road and continue on 
" 7" oT | topped . 4 Riggs Road one block past Adeiphi 
DIRECTIONS ; Mill te Cool Springs Road. Sharp 


§ WITH § Out W tssonein Ave. * Old | KITCHEN reATURES, | % right and continue 300 yards to mode! 
2b 940 CARPORT 2] 940 Old Cosrgutenie Rd. and tallow . level even and surtece | homes. 
? ? 4/10 mi. te Huntington Parkwey. 
' gona» day * Garbage disput OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. ‘TILL DARK™ 
onventional mancing Als Available (insinker 
: $70 oh, fuMA cre : _Z... : . 5411 Huntington Phwy. “on reversible meter) . Furnished by 


one A Tit DARK * thee : MALCOLM SCATES 


. General Electric Dish- 
washer and 10 cv. ff. 
| Builders: Lipnick Construction, Inc. © interiors: Harriet Simeon Refrigerator in colors 


CAFRITZ SALES REPRESENTATIVE: MR MARKEL 
a a; OL. 4.9729 EVENINGS, TA. 9.7511 


This Farm House Is Heading for 


By David G. Bareuther | 


A new concept of the farm) 
house, with ample room for all 
the varied activities of a good 
sized family, opens new oppor- 
tunities for suburban life, too, 
dn Design HW-13 for The House’ 
of The Week. 

This is a versatile home, 
planned not only for rural loca- 


tions, but also for town or the 
suburbs—whevrever a fair sized 
lot is available. It comprises 
our bedrooms, 24% bathrooms, 
a large family room, an office, 
mud room, half basement and 
an attached two-car garage. 

By making this a split-level 
house, the architect has been 
able to keep the entire no Mats, 
in 1643 square feet—a medium 
land coverage 

A split-level kitchen is one of 
the most unusual features of) 
the plan. This keeps the laun-| 
dry and food freezer four steps: 
below the regular kitchen, and 
creates a separate space for 
canning, preserving and bulk 
food processing. At the same 
time ft gives the family room 
convenience food 
serving. 

The combination of upper 
and lower kitchen, with a hand-| 
over counter between them,| 
meets the demand on farms or 
in suburbs for a large kitchen 
efficiently arranged. The mud 
room for cleaning up at the 
back door is a convenience es-| 
pecially appreciated by moth, 
ers. 

Farm appetites, family reun-| 
fons and grand scale entertain- 
ing also figure in this plan. 
Dining room and breakfast 
room can be merged by means 
of & folding partition to form 
a room 12 by 18 feet to accom- 
modate a banquet table seat- 
ing 14 or more persons. | 

A survey of “Housing Needs 
and Preferences of Farm Fam- 
flies” made by the Department 
of Agriculture inspired Ru- 
dolph A. Matern, architectural 
authority on popular homes, to 
design this house. He analyzed 
data gathered from all four 
major regions of the country. 

“A majority of the home- 
makers in all sections,” says 
the report on the survey, “want 
more than one place to serve 
meals... they want the dining 
room table even larger .. . it is 
essential that there be space 
not only for processing foods 
but for storing the preserved 
products as well...” 

The kitehen was preferred 
for food processing in the 
North, the porch in the South. 
“To be able te shift this job to 
the basement would please 
many of the homemakers in 
North Central states,” the re- 
port adds 

So the split-level kitchen with 
processing space on the ground 
floor, adjacent to a shaded util- 
ity porch, became the answer in 
this plan. “An outdoor porch 
provides @ wonderful warm| 


for light 


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weather spot for some of these outdoor dirt.” 


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duties,” Matern observes. “The 
upper kitchen can then be a 
compact, efficient, uncluttered 
food preparation center.” 
Bargain space in this house ! 
is its ground floor. Here is 
direct entrance on the grade | 
for all the rooms that belong | 
there. Here you find the enor-| 
mous family room, measuring | 
almost 18 feet one way andj{ 
more than 19 feet the other | 
way, with sliding glass doors to 
the rear garden porch and di-| 
rect entrance from the front | 
foyer. 
Here, too, is the farmer's) 
office, which is readily convert- 
ible to a maid's room, hobby 
room or hideaway den for the! 
professional man with home- 


work. The adjoining clean-up\* 


or mud room is equipped with! 
sliding door wardrobe closets! 
and has a complete bath 
a shower stall. The basemen 


just four steps up through the 
front foyer or rear kitchen. 


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living and sleeping levels. This three-dimension plan shows how split-level works. | 


with {or The House of The Week by gage lender and to your build-' 
t filling in your name and ad-ier and get rough estimates on 
if you need one, is a few steps 2Fes8 On the coupon on this the cost of construction in this 
down from the family room,/P4se 4nd sending it with 35 area, as well as an idea of the 


while the main living area is ces to the address shown: 


floor of the house 

“For the type of activity it\with each of the four eleva-'will 
supports,” says architect Mat-tions, front, rear and sides of|want to proceed with construe 
ern, “this lower level mini-|the house. It is scaled at %-inch tion by ordering working blue- 
mizes traffic through the bal-|per foot. It includes a guide on prints direct from the architect 
ance of the house and localizes|“How to Get Your House Built."|and asking for bids for the 


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SPLIT LEVELS 
Between Falls Church & McLean, Va. 


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FEATURING: 

© All Brick with 
Redwood Siding 

®3 Bedrooms ~- 

©® 30” Attic Fan 

® 27° Living Reom 

® 2 Bath: 

® 13x13 Kitchen with 

| Bay picture window 
® 10x20 Patie 


Coupon for Study Plan. | © 23x18.5 Finished 
Plastered Rec. 
7 | Roam with fireplace 
House Plan of the Week 


Box 992, General Post Office 
New York 1, N. Y. 


Enclosed is 35 cents. Please send me a copy 
of the study plan for the House of the week. 
Design HW -13. 


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FHA AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCING ALSO AVAILABLE 


5 Minutes te 7 Corners Shopping Center, 2 Miles to New CIA, 5 Miles to District, 20 
Minutes to Downtown. 


We're not exaggerating when we say this home has everything—inside and cut! 
Just look at this partial list of design, construction and equipment festures 


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Walking distance to community swim pool 
Fully insulated; plastered wall and ceilings 
Sodded. seeded and shrubbed lots of 80’x!67’ 
40-gal. heater, S-year quarantees 

City water and utilities; streets, sidewalks, off- 
street driveways 


Aluminum sliding windows throughout 

Full dining room with sliding glass deor to patio 
Built-in kitchen equipment in color plus birch 
cabinets, garbage disposal! 

High gloss ceramic tile bathrooms with colored 


3 , e tixtures 
YOU CAN GET a study plan'to-your ba t -| “3 
& ee ee Se. aa Separate Utility and laundry room with outside 


entrance 
OPEN DAILY 4&4 SUM. 12 te BARE 


relation of the cost te your 


This study plan shows each budget. 
together) With this information you 
know whether you will 


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THE FAIRMONT. Mlustrated above, $2 Ft. Rambler, 
$325.00 Down, $71.20 Monthly Mortgage Payments. 


Here's your once in « lifetime opportunity to get mare value per 
square foot! FAIRFIELD HOMES ARE COMPLETE IN 
EVERY DETAIL ... all you have to do is pack your hage 
move in! Every modern feature is planned for your " 


Every Home COMPLETE With A 
Customline Hotpoint Kitchen 


orth 
* tien Pe Refrigerster with Poll 


eaters! bicch cobinats, ctainiass steal dint, Matene exheust fen, Moeve- 
=—er couster tops, greese-prect vies! Ge Geer, bellt-ic breskfest ber. 


convenience 
and pleasure. Each home is éet on « lot nearly one-third of an 
acre in size and is designed to give you all the room you need 
for living, recreation and storage purposes. You'll find geaming 
baths all in decorator colors, immense closets, oversized living 
areas, 3 breezy bedrooms and that famous Hotpoint Colertone 
Kitchen! COME TO FAIRFIELD ... WHERE QUALITY 
AND ECONOMY COME FIRST! 


. 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD “ 
, eee? _ Samabday, Augue 11, 1956 ese 


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Tropical Storm: 331 Car Mishaps 3 7 
Heads for Luzon. Reported in Week $16,990—-$850 Down Gi 


Panama Seeks Polio Aid Here | Lams eo 8 erga oat ee 
| cif tropical storm of near ty-- dents on arin 
‘ we ing the week of July 29, accord-'§ 
phoon intensity bore down on ing to a report by the Police 2 
the northern Philippines today, Depa rtment’s accident investi- 4 
: 
Ponemn ‘te tn Wandadien onthe ' ” the Manila weather bureau re-igatiton unit.. This total repre-|| 
Aye BE pllemnage ge Marg Canal Zone | * nm ported. ted a decrease of 19 from > 
Panama. she sald. tom't ack ; . hs he previous week 
manian children ing for free vaccine: B only ais : | The storm center, whipping The : sale , 
Senora Olga A. de Arias said wants permission te buy seme up 65-mile-an-hour winds, was). 44: with 13 saanben "Wee 
~ is here bi get an export of the American-made supplies reported less than 100 miles|i4th st. from Highway Bridge 
deense an allocation of te fight an earlier then asual off the northeast coast of Lu-ito Upshur stunw. Eleven mis- 
enough commercial Salk anti outbreak of polie zon Island, It was moving west/hans were recorded on three 
polio vaccine to take care of interviewed ac che took time northwest at about 9 miles andi erent thoroughfares: 13th 
some 59.090 youngsters underout te leek over a pliee ber hour. 


DIRECTIONS: Out 
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SENORA ARIAS 
~+~+ asks Salk vaccine 


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ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


WHALE OFA BUY! 


00d, Beaver Dow, Eatater 


Beautiful Brick Country Club. Ramblers 


State. 
States. the Panamanians can 


get none 

“Panama City.” she said, “is 
a city of two communities di-'| 
vided by Fourth of July ave.' 
Om one side of the avenue live 
the Americans, who can get 
the weecine: on the other side 
liwe the Panamanians, who can 
; Tt makes a bed sit- 


The comety wife of Panama 
President Ricardo M. Arias 
said that polio in her country 
ms browght it by the Ameri- 
cans 


4611 Norwood Drive 

We offer you for the first time this older home im 
an excellent location. it has a large twing room, Gr- 
ing room, large kitchen om the ferst Toor. and 3 bed- 
rooms and !|'4 baths on the second The basement 
has a recreation room, maids room and half beth. 
the large back yard is fenced-in. For details call Mr 
Fishback, OL. 2-7870 


OPEN SEVPAY. 12-4 


all time ee. a 


Loerrh -? zx -rarrea — * o- Ro- wong nm. 
reeres) end ieft t eere. 


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Arlingwood 


A Distinctive Residential Communsty Of Custom Balt Homes 


Ils The Country Clab Area of North Arleagtce 
| Memate From Chase Bridge 


.. 550 
Also available, for immediate occupancy, a 3 bedroom, 2 beth rambler wath hot 
water heat, GE kitchen, screened porch . . . priced from $25,950. 


Raslt By Hooper Propertes 
Open Sat. & Sun. Noon “Ta Dark. Open Daily 


Faclame Ageetr 


T \eeby Cs, 49793 


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Deection: (Cree (hem Brodge end -ontuene 
on Glebe Rd. te V. Randolph St. on right 
ann " Arlingwoed” 


Though net an annua! visita 


tien, she. said, when polio does 


strike in Panama or the Canal 


Zane it follows the return of 
resident American families 
whe vacationed in polio-afMiict- 
ed areas in the United States. 
Im Panama, she added. the dis’ 
ease has mo respect for the di- 
viding avenue. 

Panamanian children. she 
reported. seem more resistant 
te the disease than the chil- 
dren of American families. 


Croshy's Wife Sues. 
Charges He Beat Her 


LOS ANGELES. Aug 10 
Bandieader Bob Crosby was 
sued for divorce today by his 
wife. June. who charged he had 
beaten her. Mrs. Crosby also 
asked Superior Court to re. 
“rain him from molesting her 
pending trial of the divorce 
suft : 

Bing Crosby's youngest 
brother and the former June 
Kebn, 2 Chicago debutante. 
were married in 193% They 
have five children. ) 


Already 50% sold out, the exciting new rambiers at Old Beaver Dam Estates 


are proving the best buy for comfort and value in the area! Big, bright rooms, floor-to. 
ceiling window-walls, king-size closets, and custom finished de- 

tails put these homes way out in front. The accent here is on comfort, and never before 
in this price class have so many deluxe features been included at no extra cost! Come out 


today, compare before you buy ... you'll agree your family deserves the very 


best . 


and you'll find it at Old Beaver Dam Estates overlooking the beautiful, rolling fairways 
of the Prince Georges Country Club Golf.Course. ’ 


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‘300 DOWN 
30 YR. Gil’ FHA LOANS 


‘14,950 


EXCELLENT CONVENTIONAL FINANCING ALSO AVAILABLE 


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pen mo. EVERYTHING 
® PRINCIPAL @ 


INTEREST 


@® TAXES @ INSURANCE 


3 LARGE BEDROOMS 


< HIGH-STYLE BUILT-IN KITCHEN 


NORGE 10 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR 
EXHAUST FAM * DE LUXE EYE-LEVEL OVEN 
AMD RANGE © FOOD DISPOSAL © MATURAL 

WOOD FINISH CABINETS 


BASEMENT RECREATION AREA 


WITH PAINTED WALLS, TILED FLOOR AND 
OUTSIDE ENTRANCE 


SEPARATE DINING ROOM 
WITH PICTURE WINDOW AND 
OUTSIDE ENTRANCE 


SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM 
WITH HUGE PICTURE WINDOW 


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Directions: 


* Mest lets fully sedded and shrubbed * All 
Brick Construction 

* Venetian blinds © Oak hardweed fleors 
40 Gal. het water heater (5-Yr. Guarentes) 
Duct werk suitable fer air conditioning 
100 amp. electric service © Ges A. C. Heat 
Screens and screen doors throughout 
Streets, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, city water, 
sewer and gas 
Deluxe medicine cabinets end Shelvedor 
Full ceramic tile bath in coler 
Fully insulated construction 
Connections fer eutometic washing 


Out South Dakota Avenue or New York Avenue, 
to the new Baltimore-Washington Parkway, con- 
tinue on the Parkway and follow to CHEVERLY 
cutoff. Bear right on Cheverly cutoff to Landover 
Road (Route 202), follow Landover Road Across 
Overpass to 73d Avenue (look for Prince Georges 
Country Club sign), right on 73d Avenue 1 block 
to Hawthorne Street, right 2 blocks .te model 
home on left. Model Home Phone SPruce 53-9828. 


Saturday and Sunday, 10 A. M. te 9 P. M. 
Daily 1 P. M. ‘ti 9 Pr. M. 


*Apororimate Monthly Pagments 


Builders and Developers—-OLD BEAVER DAM ESTATES, INC, 


LAMDOVER ESTATES CORP. 
“LERNER 
TU. 2-7400 '————_.... 


30% SOLD IN FIRST 2 WEEKS 


Custom Homes in A Setting of Majestic Trees 
Opposite The Westbrier Country Cleb 


6406 GEORGIA AVENUE. N.W. 


your every wish come true, tt» . . 


Woodside vew 


Montgomery County’s Finest Lecation 


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on Huge Half-Acre Lots Shaded by Towering Trees 
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Finished Recreation Room @ Patio 
Separate Dining Room @ Bay Window Kitchen 


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Saturday, August 11, 1956 43 


LITTLE THEATRE 


cht at re.w.° | OPEN 1 PM. 
Air Conditioned 
“DON’T BOTHER TO KNOCK” 


With Richaré Witmark, 
Marilyn Manree 


[Dorsey Kilgalien 


Judy and Her Mate Try It Again | 


NEW YORK Aug. 10—Judy| THERE'S AN amusing error|down the curtain on her sum- NA’ A Li : @ | AY A L 
Holiday and her estranged in the “Damn Yankees” play- ‘mer stock ‘revue with this line: 


husband David Oppenheim, bill. Junior dresses are credit- 

are trying a reco liation— ‘ed to “Joshua Logan.” (Dear beg Bteerind we vote for Aa 
fare, The com- | 
edienne’s 
friends are 
hopeful; her 
movie studio 
bossés register 
distress be 
cause they're 
not in sympa- 3 
thy with Mr. 
D's political 


yiews... Mae base a 
‘West, Miss Kilg 


News from Hollywood 
Husband-Wife Team 
Study Picture Deal 


Ry Hedda Hopper 


HI OL LY WOOD, Aug. 10'Robert Hamilton of San Fran-| | 
. er at cisco sent her two paintings for 
7 “ag “A nea pene os her birthday Saturday; a -Re- 

will meet June ALLYSOR IN noir and Utrillo, both in gold- 
New York on the 3ist to talk leaf frames. Martha's maid 
over her next picture for his looked at them a long time; 
studio. It's “Ride a Tiger,” then asked, “Which cost most, 
which they bought from June pictures or frames?” 


and Dick Powell, and Ross will ‘ 
try to set a deal for Dick to CYD CHARISSE back from) 
. cae , London, where Tony Martin! 
direct his wife in it... . Jimmy os 
Cagney hasn’t agreed to play in still has four more weeks on! curre 
“The Tough Racket” for Metro: his picture, told me she joined | I ‘- Light an an cea titied hat etrenit | 
Jack Benn s in Rome and Ven- /vTrte tA 8 an ed “Come On 
only one signed for it is J8en on | y 8 Up, Ring Twice,” has decided (- Te at ee 


Pies 
7 P.M. SUNDAY SHOWS “DECISION BEFORE DAWN” 


Aug.-12.& Aug. 19 | 
PARRY «BETTY BUSTER | 7 
DOUGLAS “O'NEL WEST 


ang A versatile chap, but so 
a 


THE WASHINGTON 
INTERNATIONAL THEATER 
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F. Hugh Herbert's 


r he's been willing to leave 
the dress business to 7th Ave.) 
‘Suggest you try Jonathan Lo- 
gan when next you set up the 
page). 


TALLULAH is __ bringing 


“The first full length On The 

sunede fettnee aan Woodner Garden Roof 
entirely in @ 3636 16th St. N.W. 

NATURE COLONY | 


whe BARBARA BOSTOCK 
Box Gifice Open 10 AM, to 9:90 P.M 


ice. “You went to Venice with- ; 
te Cheer = pay oe out Tony?” “He was working,"4 Mary Alyce Bennet sings the not bring it to Broadway in| Tonight | 
nothing else intrude on that./Said Cyd. When I asked if) title role and Peter Kline is (‘he fall, as announced. She's. All Seats $1.75 1 
-. Diana Jergens, diseovered|S5¢'@ romanced Jack away) the King Gama in the Lyric | wen F he pe, with the ' Curtain 8:30 p.m. 
on TV. so good in “Teenage ‘T°™ Mary, she said, “Oh, pheater’s production of “Prin- authors ... Insiders say the | 
Hebel” that Buddy A dle ritHedda, my eldest son was with| eens 340° the GebGemence ‘much-touted “big dance band = 
me.” On Tony’s return he'll) em \boom” actually is a giant bust. TYRONE POWER 


ng lg tg Bang i tesientens| do a month of one-night — Gilbert and Sullivan eoper- (Most of the veteran leaders are 
one rou at ‘ehemnd in October while she’s bes etta which cencludes its breaking up their full-size out- 
since taking command. Dianas|With Fred Astaire in run in American University’s ‘fits. in favor of small combos — ——) ef 

father is in pictures too—e Stockings.” — And Tony am Clendenen Hall tonight at —the latest example being 150 MINUTES OF 
Soe et Walt Dieney's open again in Las Vegas a few] 8.39. Woody Herman and Neal Hefti. WILARIOUS FUN! 
Cecil R. DeMille celebrates days after Christmas. . . Carol — —_—_______|Neal now commands as much 
for his small crew as he. used 


Sth hirthd Sund ith Channing phoned to say “I was 
ty DeMille non ‘their family born in San Francisco but Sh ; ee ee co 
at home. and next Thusday will Never appeared there on the! O/LO010 Times because his talented wife. Which One KS the 
stage or screen. I'm going up| ‘Frances Wayne, now works. 


' (ee'me~e g 
THE RAGE OF NEW YORK REX THOMPSON * JAMES WHITMORE (Prod 
=~ SHEPPERO STRUOWICK 


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on the 15th for opening of} For S da jwith him. 
RICHARD JL. COE 'fSi ‘First Traveling Salesiady’ at Satur y ileauaad 
ON VACATION. HIs a th Golden Gate. Please come STAGE Py, 
UMN WILL BE RESUME with me for my introduction.) CARTER BAREBON AMPHITHEATER 
UPON HIS RETURN. I won't know what to do.” I| Zstone! Pallet Company of Cans- | Peepers 2). sense adn = Coreen ~ Pint by TECHMICOLOR © Beleoned thre Unted Armee 
told her to just open her warronan — “Pajama Game,” ot | egy ee 
mouth, start singing “Dia-| 2:30. $:30 TRANS-LUX ian sae STARTS FRIDAY AT COOL LOEW'S CAPITOL 


aaa S's civeny bad aoa, monds Are a Girl’s Best OLnny— Much Ade About Nothing.” 
vate previews of his greatest a yg yg ty dw SCREEN | 
picture “Ten Commandments.” AMBASSADOR—“Satellite in the ||osns . 

An elder of Mormon church! She won't need me—She'll aky, at 1:20. 3:20, 8:25, 1:36, VHOUSE 00 or 27%, 


saw it in Salt Lake City and}"4ve. Tommy Noonan and) a, _CINEMA-—“ 
waned him. “Magnificent ‘ea too ‘Ralph Meeker on hand... Roz| Sun.” 1 rt is 3 88 13°30 — 


Sygelziunetatha 


OPEN 1) AM—AIR ¢ ans 2 


; : sse |} bes sc; wee ‘The Ki = 
weak a word to describe it. In mesg th ce ernie ogy epee 11:18 @ mm. 1:40, 4:10. 6:40. @:10. | “SEE IT .."—POST, T.-H 
fact, I have no words at my): f ae wee ty 11:40 | r 
command to do it full justice. Aon or a home here. Hope he COLONY.“Naked Amazon.” at 6:30, - x | : 
but everyone who sees it will/cDG* One near me oe Pat COLUMRIA. “Werewolf.” at 11 om K-B Smilies Ot. W. Hs ud BIG PEA 
come away spiritanually Smart and husband William) “1:0, 4:45. 7:35, 10:90. “The Earth | i ietematciat | NO. 7-689. Unbeliey- od PORES!” abe s Paaet. 
at hened” Marge and Clifford Klenk Jr. in town.| the Fiying Saucers,” at 12:30, | ALL. STANLE ABNER THEATERS | SYLV able_ierress Ja. THE 4813 Mass. Ave. WO. 6-4600 “WHITE FE AY THER” 
rengthen ney ~ ig eon Pat ri h Reverly a An gigs ened ARE A ONDIT _— || REVOLT OF THE MBIE ef FREE PARKING 840 Dan Dur Keenan Wy 
Gower Champion finally found **** preparing her beverly) puront—the Proud and the Beau- Erickson in “BLONDE BAVAGE™ te - , MARAUDERS.” 10 10 ’ + 
h ‘ ’ ful ” : R a Col. Ra also ‘ James Stewart, Dorie Day in Alfred FERS “JACK BLADE.’ 
the format for a TV series.,2ome for renta Judy Hollli- tiful.” et 1:38, 3:30, 6:38, 7:38, UIBASSANUE x wo , 55808 Cartoons HOS bch ech iN WHO KNEW $2010. Cartoon 10:1 i 
, ; . ' 4 echnicolor 
Their show will he done under oy _ tive ber taker. KEITH'S : Perdner v “obtl «stom $70.9.28. 7:30. 9:38. et 1:20, ACAD : cr 3- a . BIO TRI- aot 730 &3 <o pam + SLVD. 
auspices of Irving Fine and ' 83, 9:56, 7:88, 10:03. 12:02. “2 HOU samers “THE ‘SCAR _s LAN NH. Ane. & Univ. Lone LEE HWY.-ARL. 
Jack Benny; part live and part|/0ng Island. | ee 138, abe. other, vo, Knoee.” AVALON SX pee, pais c- ‘PE Lo tsi "i goun Brombeis TTR’ DR 
filmed. 1 can’t imagine a more fore Dawn.” at 2:41, 6:11, 9:41. \cock's THE MAN WHO KNEW n "BIG BLUPP. ‘Also Cartoons LATE FE ATU RE IVE-IN THEATRE 
delectable setup. Marge will JAN KIEPURA writes from| MacARTHUR “Simon and Laura.” Bee ‘: ob tts ceo siG-| SENATOR::...* rt ‘ee if Bas TONIGHT CBurch,  Amaciene” mess’ bascnial 
have her baby in October and Italy: “For past few years) % 2, 4 5: 55, 7.55. 95 | WAL» Dans Andrews st 2 ty ) ate art jn Namen @heen z Ceurch. America’s most _ besutiful 
we've only been guests in New Saroge Caras ~ “saves mm the Pree Parkin _ LL. 3-3300 | 4 RY i “23 "Oicus s tO B ‘BARER Fare eit Pas ne Ais |} amd Pairfax Circle, via either Ariing- 
TV show starts in J Sky,” at 11:40 &. m., 1:40, 3:40, STREET.” Also Cartoons . || ton Biv it 
” s in January. .. -/York and Beverly Hills houses! 5:45, 7:48, 9:60, 1i:80 ws ‘i Lea ee 35. Miser rab tas || ree pen lanes Se 
es | a ; oric's t 
Martha Hyer, enroute ‘home since we've been singing in| ONTARIO—-“The Proud end oe rt. 1: ; ANPIBH ATLAS Pix en ORe ra A es aoe F 2 ee 
from New York, stopped inp Vv at 1:30, 9:28. 6:60, 8:66, 10:30 | aghast At 1:00 P, 3) |armendaris in“ trust FLOWER . 2 Mere | Eos NCES TONITE 
T isit h f il A aris, lenna, London and renee ‘Ave at it Only: Cartoon OUTLAW: Sterling _ Mar Pree Parking. JU. 8-1666 | | ONE AND A Y - 
exas to vis er family. n Germany. Marta and I made ~w ever i 8 ae | 20. 9:40, | nat Unree Pree Parkine FE. 3-60 “TOP ar! John pny. W ~pr* = eney Sy he 7 gre 7” ) OLOR. S MOTION P PlorinEs. 
old friend, George Thornton,'+.. pictures in Paris and Ber- | ¥' SPECIAL 5 | anne, SETA ‘ Pius 4) | 
PIX . | — aon a =—_— ToT © ' “ . 
oe ened Lg Fo = lin. We're doing open air fes-| “2:35, 4.40 6:45. 890. 10:30, 12-40. Al s : YORE Fe3% Fo Tr bit F 38 £600 pm | THE MAN WHO KNEW 
ppec. tivals in Naples and Trieste. et thes Pr a | aoe al Cartoon Pie at Oreenieat, in,’ REN GANGLAND NAYLO 28th & Ale. S.6 | TOO MUCH” 
— ——— : , ’ * : apter ° : a 4 - 
Well Worth Your Seeing” |/¢ bY chance good winds bring . i, 10. fives Fue APE” To Bel |PLUNDERERS™, Adele Jergans "in! | 1 om. cont. aires Musheoct's “In| || some rthtgu ate diticw ene 
—Machrther sing from joy everything one 3:18, 7 B45. 10d6 12-08 - ames Bte ee ne : (Technicolor) with James Stews DAN YEA 
7 mw. .¥ LUX ~~ “The Eddie Duchin J — = . STRAND 5131 Grant 6t. NE Doris Day. at 1:40. 4:25. 7:10 & 9 28 “RAILS INTO. LARAMIE” 
ry 9 octave higher for you. We still! “Story.” at 11 a m. 1:11. 3:22. age o aa Eee i ~ ~waek chez Serr PB. Seswen Seow of Baines aly Action on America’s Lawless 
have a nostalgia for e| o 5:23, 7:44. 9:55. 12:05 "Robert i, 94 ‘ : iYO! OCKVILLE mrentier Bt... 10:20 
alt lin ‘Beverly, and hope that one| “A's't™™™ user” OS oT Tty ict" | Matthies *=** “CAMVON| || ROCKVILLE DRIVE-IN | | rive S736 niind, Chance 
4 ; / = a aw ~ : ; oule ockv ” 
: wile Ay hy - a: ee a et a 
cater “e jan can & reax &a ass s - ayne Morris. . aust. e Mote 
) ; Tt with a high C. The only pinen NOW PLAYING THRU AUG. 19 Bet. 2: $90 “DESTINATION a ve o" *MOHAW K fine | | | Second ee ‘ite 3 gf a4 
i) in the world producing world-| . gem ey ay -—_ Bi | | Gem: ot 8:43 p.m. plus “THR BEAT | | Availabje at 16: 
. °o nly rico ; ~ ee 
reans.iux PLAZA nown people is exclusively ~THEATRE ans Sure as a a iS  FATHOMS.” et 10:30 i 
Hollywood. Best proof is you! , oadatendids ; ) | -_ OTe. Indlaw 
Air-conditioned —— Deen i? un did not know we have been|§ “A ri “A merry jest,” miles from D. ©. pine Kiddies Pree 
~ singing In all those places. Our —#ullivan. Post-TH — Garmody. Brar ALEX.-ARLINGTOR, VA. ) GR ae he Pepetes , 
| | AC LLY 
sons 5 and 12 want only to be! JAM FARRAND FRANCIS BETHENCOURT | | REED a RAY MILLAND 
Nats vs. gg ar mm nS sounds? we 4% exciting new production tm modern dress KL 9. | FRANK LOVEJOY 
adopted. Unfortunately we! bay Bie, Sole 
Tonight 8:00 p.m. j cant give them that American MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING | "Matines 130 Fe | CHARLTON HESTON 
education if we have to stay Eves cxcont Mon. of 8:40. $8. #2 50, 9. | VIRGINIA “1. Verree tha | JACK PALANCE 
for years in Europe to ateo) talt of oben ee Ute WH. 6-100 | on on ot “DIAL M FOR MURDER” 
our living.” ah 5 meerean’s imth & G. DI. . 7-5036 i= ; r° 
Tick Rliver : 4 ee 
(Copzrient, 19 Smee Tribune | Friday, 1-4; Tuesday, W ay and Seturday. ier >| “hore RANCH vo Sw | "Alstines’ 1: So “yo geen = RETRE AT, HELL” 
AIR CONDITIONED FREE PARKING i 50s. James | | “TiS fing Se “ARROW HEAD” 
_ 4 . oal wert Darzi | ’ , Ki. 9-6566 ek 
maces Sil ne. JU. Fae MUCH.” Technicolor, at 3, 5, 7:20,//| “B , “ion WALL” Giant Cartoon Carnival 8 30 


SPECIAL SUMMER 
VACATION TREAT! 
MOTHERS, PARENTS, Bring Children 


vER ""* 9 35 
“THE MAN si “KN EW | : “5 Grivis Sidnes a thru Tues — “THE BOD A} 
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CAPITOL PALACE COLUMBIA 


te THURSDAY Mets. of 2 P.M. Bure 
ing August Speciet Children’s Prices? - LAST FEATURES thas Om ; ae Ae Mio Color Pree Pree. Live Pony. Rides for the 
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Griffith Stadium eree ee AiR CONDITIONED MOW Open 10 45 TAKOMA © wi th Be James Blewert, Doris Dav Tt GLE NN FORD rene 

Advance ticket sale at b AAA Loca- , 7 a’ : “ob die : apphs. 1:35. _ Mat tinee 1:00 oP. mM “PASTE ST G tJ N Al IVE” 
tions: Alex. Ari D Si. Sor. [ bitteon é ¢ > ; ' ‘ “4 Me Ja r 7 
Myatt ichey Grasse Rett TT FA “Penrect: TIVOLI ©°:,> i, “ie xt | "RORERT TAYLOR 
Stadium. . Onegin. News ae Sak ee pe bie “ROGUE cop” 
. — Peete Rime. ef = “ | Pius extra Ronuse feature 


RAY MILLAND 
“A MAN ALONE" 


=< wt QOOGERS s HAMIMERSIENS | 
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WARNER :”:: | aug an SRAM iafon on U8 Rowe. unt ert 
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LY (TE show To ay 
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sn OF ocalists' | WORLO'S MOST 
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Today et 2:30 p. m. only 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
44 Saturday, August 11, 1956 


GI Labeled ‘Moron’ in Rape Trial. 


Reuters thorder line of mental defective'have taken place in @ forestite the witness stand before 
WUERZBURG, West Ger- ability.” outside Ramberg July 9. while next Tuesday. 
many, Aug. 10—One of seven Franks, a tall, lanky man of she was out for a walk with, The alleged atiack on the 
American soldiers charged Omaha, listened without ap Der 2yearcld German boy)girl raised an outbufst of anti 
with raping a 15-year-old Ger- parent emotion as the court — girt broke down niieakaemeemiae apy Be 
mah girl was described as a was told he did not know how -roccexamination im court ‘telcials for the withdrawal of 
“moderate to highgrade mo-™4ny weeks there were im 4 day and had toe be sent home! 
ron” at a court-martial here. year or who was the Americanipy gmbulance Doctors seid 
today. President before Eisenhower. \stierwards that she was “im- 
An American Army psychol- The seven soldiers, all be-‘tensely reliving the allegediFranks had . mental age of “7 
ogist, Capt. James I. Hedlund, tween 18 and 24, have pleaded rape scene.” and was “almost 7% years.” He said Franks 
eaid the accused, 2)-year-old not guilty out of her senses.” They saidihad en intelligence quotient of 
Clifton Franks, Was “on the The offense was alleged to she would not be At te retuern45, well below average. 


eee ee Builders Lose Round» 
End of Pelveomy Ty Fairfax Court Fight 


TUNIS, Aug. aes 8 enialite| 
Fairfax County won the firstioverruled a demurrer by the 


Premier Habib Bourguida | 
/ announced tonight Tunisia round yesterday in its court|deferdants to dismiss the 
battle against subdivision 


will abolish polygamy and 
builders on agreements for 


make 15 years the minimum 

age for a woman to marry. installation of street and storm) 
He said in a broadcast that (drainage improvements. 

the Bey of Tunis will fix his The County is suing John 

seal to the marriage and di- and William Moton, builders 

vorce reforms next week and of Brookland Estates off Franc- 

they will come into force on onia rd. for $78,590 for alleged 

January 1 next year. failure to install paved streets 
Under the reforms, Tuni- and storm drainage. The suit 

sian men will lose their “ar- |is the first of a series filed 

bitrary right” to leave their against County builders. 

wives by repudiating” them | Yesterday in Fairfax Circultistreet and storm damage re 

officially before two lawyers. |Court Judge Harry L. Carrico quired. 


'tons argued that the contract 
with the County was not valid 


which it ‘was signed did. not 
set forth the requirements in 
definite terms. 
Commonwealth Attorney!) 
Robert C. Fitzgerald argued 
that plans and specifications 
submitted by the builders to 
gain final approval for the de 


case. Attorneys for the Mo- 
idecision. 
because the ordinance under 


foreign ministry “s 


ivelopment showed the specific! 


grant violation” of agreements, 
and called on her to revise the 


The foreign ministry said the 
Dutch charge d'affaires in Ja 
karta had been instructed to 
hand a note to the Indonesian 
trongly pro 
testing” the repudiation which. 
it said, was in violation of.the 
1949 Netherlands - Indonesian 
debts agreement. 

The Dutch ment alse 
protested it h ot been offi. 


n 
cially advised of Indonesia’ 


‘intention. 


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9 ARTICLES FOR SALE 


THE WASHINGTON PosT | SUSUNESS SERVICE 
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settled in time for school opening. The quick- 
est way to find that home of your dreams near 
the school of your choice is through the big 
Want Ad Section of The Washington Post and 
Times Herald. 


| 


It's a helpful, king-size guide for home-hunters 
that lists all types of apartments and houses 


in the District, Maryland and Virginia suburbs. 


Since advertisers gét best results from the 
paper with the greater circulation, you'll find 


tremendous selection of homes... evety 


a 
design, price and location featured today in 
this Want Ad Section of The Washington Post 


and Times Herald. 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 
. rm. 


wanted for our store. Don't Make G/ 
. pare Witheut Calling Smith's ny |e tire family in yo ay famous 
. scene shoes at te 50% 
ore aseme inelle, * Deiso Pallis.| 
rio. Plorshei Ja . Bostonians.| 
Cas EANGHS—New. ed. cunt: Edwards. etride- Rue and 
others. Many hard-to-find sires 
| LIEBERMAN. INC... 1031 N High 
and Ari (Clarendon). Va 
— ane 92 oat, Warne Ave. buves 
. 5-02 


fei e rie reness.| 
t. Guar 
ers. "Tateareat’ ce 4506 
Ave = TU. + 


> ee 


many 


washer ‘Mor Best of- 


(gas. of). ae oO = 


Rene r 
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PUEN. — Daven pert. club aan. 
Sesemiee apes. set; __ 


pe eines: “Sxth Oriental Rs 


et (teapot. 
ettle on stand with bur 
-y creamer); vaploonment 


; et MACHINE OPERATOR 


ag yt 

$219.95 
NO MONEY DOWN 
Easy Terms, Free Delivery 
HERE'S WHAT YOU GET 


813) 


Dinett 


Dea! Direct With Pat Regal 
Ne Finance or Loan 


Campany involved 


“"DEEF- WE CATER TO SERVICEMEN | 


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AO na 


You Get Immediate Credit lor 


Approval and Delivery 


REGAL 


& Furniture Co. 
“TH 


Clothi 
SEL TR | 


a Sap 3 


ne 
| rig) BRAND-NEW 


_ FURNITURE 
3 ROOMS 
FOR ONLY 


$245 


NO MONEY DOWN 
, ! Easy Terms—free Delivery 
wee) SWANK FURN. 
1115 H ST. NE 
eee 


- PURNITURE— 
| Look What You Can Get For 


$219 


18 PIECES 
Brand- New. Furniture «secs - 
HS Pee pg ge if | 


NO MONEY DOWN Titian ae. Bw a3 
EASY PAYMENTS ‘REFRIGER 


iat eee 


Sparkling “White 2. Yr. Guar. ou. yi 


_— BROWN’ s is en 


= ore en 


to r. 
Mill & Sanders. Inc., 
ve. nw. 


” mac 
revoring 
poser crankshaft «rindings 


| man to les 
. . 


— MEN 


enced on major 


| = , we ass | 

; .. Immediate 

ROR. Dy Sh &G 
e ENGINEERS 


"2 CONVAIR 


A Division of General. 
Dynamics Corporation 


| Interviewing 


ENGINEERS 


IN WASHINGTON 
exper TODAY 
pin itis ne and 


have Dito work and live in sunny 


SAN DIEGO, California 


and Sun., call AD. 

/ Unusual Career 
teed top salary -| Opportunities Now | 
S00 Jad a ave. Silver Spring. In These Classifications 


Sober, rat ELECTRONICS 
sneer, ees AERODYNAMICS 


week te. Gente 
wis, "ae Be. FE “3. ‘ ELECTRICAL DESIGN 
RN te 


opport 
man. Apply 1418 7th ot. nw. 


—<s as multiplex 
= 
editing : 


Pasian “mem ne 
t two we Jeane as stereo 
tn 
wn. Bor 


lis ‘ 
Bunker Hill rd. ne. 
on . 
cuperteneee for used-car _ Teeondi- 


miller “wi "with “Tialtine nd 
Pe ee m4 


ENGINEER — 


GOVERNMENT 
RELATIONS 


Prom ~ ent nati 
of Automatic 
g um id 


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lim = (Ver- 


ust 
rit euceliane 


working 
Ape weekdays a Manufacty 
; nig 


re 


+ ype 
waerneigs, Grow wits 
JOHNSON SERVICE Co. 


2117 M St. NW. 
Call NA. 8-0104 


; 


i "uals, RESEARCH PHYSICS 
; TELEMETERING 
INSTRUMENTATION 
DYNAMICS 
THERMODYNAMICS 


ness. 
1490 P st. nw. Oall Mr 
“" 


PA | 


ve 
coffee Lg hot: 4 


“| BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST | 


; ate construction office, air cond... 
— vacation. inter- 
- sng. "3 in 


; = Viein 


0. TA. 9-0423, 


suites. office re: 
BU 9-bs13 “RR 62977 
DOUG juaptity. .. 


Engineers 
COMPONENTS 


FOR 


SPERRY’S 


NEW 
ENGINEERING 
LABORATORY & 
MODEL SHOP 


INEER! Re i 
ENGING Heckers  ” | EXPERIENCE IN THE 
DEVELOPMENT OF 
ENGINEERS WITH _'ADVANCED PRECISION 
DESIGN AND LAYOUT COMPUTER, CONTROL 
EXPERIENCE IN | And COMMUNICATION 
OTHER THAN THE COMPONENTS 
AIRCRAFT FIELD REQUIRED 
ARE INVITED : 
TO APPLY! 


—_ GMC trucks See. —, Bing- 
aman. 12301 Oronec Alexan- 


ie ‘ae OPEN 
D. ar te ee 


| Rody and fender men .. 

Housemen (10) . 

| Chefs and 24 cooks - 
ters 18) oe $42 


AIRCRAFT AND 
MISSILE DESIGN 
ROCKET ENGINE 
DESIGN 
FLIGHT TEST 
DEVELOPMENTAL 
TESTING 
OPERATIONS ANALYSIS 
HYDRAULICS 
AND PNEUMATICS 
CONTROLS 
ENGINEERING WRITERS 
SERVICE ENGINEERS 
LIAISON ENGINEERS 
NAVAL ARCHITECTS 


' 


| 


ns 
Studebaker 7215 Baltimore "ave 


a a 


1_ *epariqness 
apply >» 
yerticulats CARL- 

West es. 


located “im A setae 
letter only. full 
BONS BA panic 


“ of Maryland, R Riverdale, Mad 
- dead . Job, st 
man: > sala afd comm 
ready to work. Tower Bide. , al 
4° 


Openings in Many Fields 
Including the Following 


R. S. COILS 
DELAY LINES 
SYNCHROS 
TRANSFORMERS 


ELECTROMAGNETIC 
COMPONENTS 


ENGI NEERS- SPECIAL MOTORS 


| PLEASE SEE OUR AD MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS 


DESIGNERS 


: 


ee os ee Washington Interviews 
or. 12th &G - er (Aug: A nd ps 
Phone: MR. R. MARTIN, Buiiding, completely i alr condition 
at DISTRICT 7-4056 ian technical ‘fucttities. 
with 
admin . pub. 
admin, and 


"a — SPERRY | Washington 
“at, a5e-GYROSCOPE COMPANY! INTERVIEW 


on or after|Division of Sperry Rand Corp.) car 
AUG.'Great Neck, L. |., New York Bat fy igh “7 


ine on be Aystem 
a! Phone MR. R. MARTIN 


Personne), 3) 
md. (6 
DISTRICT 7-4056 
FOR APPOINTMENT 


are, ~ SPERRY 


enced Esa #iteenc Mr Lewis, GYROSCOPE COMPANY 


2 Bearers ae 


55 DENTON AVE. SOUTH 
Operations Research, Incorporated 


FOR APPOINTMENT 
TELEPHONE 
EXECUTIVE 3-5036 
Mr. C. R. Walker or 
Mr. H. Nakamure 


TODAY 


- r. icy 

- r . 
Apply iis} 13th as. Bw . 
= = 
{Billing Machine Operator’ 


rienced. permanent pesition 
Pr: week. ae i enaitiened office 
salary $65 © Phone 


| De. tess1| 
for 1B, Bow 


Man 25-35: lieht bookkeeping. rea) 


la 
— —s p Wheaton ares. wa 


BUDOST ANALYST 


' 
th 34. Dees. of Be et) 


ous tee fis 


NEW HYDE PARK, L. |. N. Y. 


CAB DRIVERS 


de not have an identifies! 
aK, instruct you or’ 


SILVER SPRING, MD. 


BOB’S STUDIO 


| 131 18th St. WE. 


Offers Physical Scientists and Mathematicians 
the opportunity to associate themselves we! an 
independent, growing organization devoted to 
military and Indust applications of opera- 
tions research. A number of openings exist, 
both for those experienced in operations re- 
search and those without experience who would 
like to enter this rapidly growing and challeng- 
ing field. 


Address inquiry or resume to: 
8485 FENTON ST. 
SILVER SPRING, MD. 


WELDERS 


For gas and arc welding on light metal. 
Must be able to work from biueprints. 


ASSEMBLER MECHANICS 


Aircraft and armed forces experience. 
Must be able to work from blueprints. 


SATURDAY INTERVIEWS 
8 A.M. to 12 Noon 


APPLY IN PERSON 


ERCO DIVISION 


ACF INDUSTRIES, INC. 


RIVERDALE, MARYLAND 
WA. 7-4444 


ae 


eet Ms mat? 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES 
46 Saturday, August 11, 1956 


HELP, MEN us HELP, MEN Ee 
— cates nels aed | 


| + cer 

haaéeritins to Rox 

(or_interview. 
oe 


We want sales 


- +4 
OCARDS we to) — unyoa . full’ 613. 


ysicel reeutre- 
aw enforcement 


zor earby 
"bearting 1 sa)- 
De wk 


r IVERS — White 
erred. 5 BL} orca) .-we 
ging! he ndab and in 

ee ith bears ing sales? 870 wee k 
ANTS ORF 

NW O-lLl AM 


ll 


Nw 


va 
ary $52 for 4 
A’ ROT. CAR 


Ovpor 
ion sien 


i wing 
eorga ave. AW 


a base selacy Byes 
cation CR Par” 
me 
Boual Rg 
cevren oi 
ed c aT ser 
- 2 SALESMEN 
nation AUTO PARTS 
AND 
idee Hh Btreet ACCESSORIES 


INSURANCE 
UNDERWRITER 
while vou |} through 


‘period 
We pee 


Eyl available 
Must have experience 
tail selling. 44-hour week, plus 
full company henefits, 
hospitalization, 


time pos: trons 


m re 


+raining 
necessary 
sa) ary and ¢ i 
ellowance in addition 6 > ome - life 
Hpst irance hosp/talisati 
wi on pay and ‘chan 

eredit on ay and 
Age 2 to wit a 
1510 | 


msurance, 
cation etc 


_ id 
Serirement Aools in Pereon 


ear oe for interview 
Si. NW. or ca li ST 7053 
ISURANCE AGENCY —— 


suburban Mary 
excellent 


Western Auto Supply Co 


RHODE ISLAND AVE. NE 


1771 


: SALESMEN —6300-8 400 mo. Age wn- 
30. Car nec Dres store mer 

x o See im Mis 

PERSONNEL mR VICES 


nm 
ny. NA. 6-2)14 


SALESMEN 


$5000 PER YEAR TO START 
Abe? EXTRA COM- 


Mo 
1311 
in person to 
Chevrolet 
Mad 
Arlington 
35 


a 
ms G 
Wheaton 
Call 


oa 


Ext 


white 


Hosp tal §-6600 


MACHINIST 


ECURIT 


YOU CAN FARN ag le - 
000 PER YEAR W Ts Phas 
TIO BEAD ATION. z 
TRAINING PROGRAM PE- 
po! adv ancement | 
4. 7800 ee 106. fer appoint- 
ment 


ATLANTIC RESEARCH CORP 
901 N. Columbia St., Alex., Va 


MAINTENANCE MAN 


ING EXPERIE 
ED. CAR RBQtT 8] 


INVESTIGATE THIS SOLID opr.’ 
R NE FOR 
PERSONAL INTERVI Je. 3-| 
National Memorial Park | 
Falls Church, Va 


SELI 
FERR 


Virginia 
AN—Must be 
must 
a 
7-9707 


white 25-40 for 

established retail routes salary 

anc commission: average earninas 

approximately $100 oer week: $50 

guarantee; 5-day week 

with fine 

advancement 

furnished Call 

yr Inc. HO. 2-4610. 
SALESMEN Raperinces fast 3 mov- 
ing shoe store. full and part time 
Appiy 3124 14th st nw 
, SALESMAN Outsice 
whale hardwere and 
time or side line. LI 

}. 4-3689 


SERVICE STATION 


HIFPT MAN 
Must be oun and have 1 CC. refer 
site commission tf 
Willoughby 's Faan Service 
4°44 Wiscenein ave 


SHEET ROCKERS | 
TAPERS 
and 
SPACKLERS | 


(Machine Men) 


saALESMEN—(2) 


m ” aaah 
l2 noon 


gangods! 
22 m. , - 
MECHANIC 


KWAY & MACK TRUCK 


*xD for 

paint 
Wee - 7-4778 or 
heating DSusiness 
while learning no 


D 
624 Fond 
move local 
saeneeel Saturday night Call TA 
~2-64496 bet. 9:30- Sat. morning 


MEN 


er .o a4 
and 4 


Ee. ata! TILE 
enced oni Al 


per. 
80 rs 
angers and Sntshers 
m 
jo 8 p.m 


OR 
MORNING NEWSPAPER to make $250 WEEKLY 


Appiy at once 


ECKERT & a 
CONSTRUCT'TO 


BIRCHWOOD CITY 


Livingston Rea 
>. € 


DEALERSHIP 


Anolications now being ac 
over the 


mmediate ist 
' line SE 


ceoted (tor 
aenen ng tor mormung news 

dealershin Excel- 
earnings Full time 


Cach hand required 


SHOE SALESMAN 


Experienced libera! salary 
com poviy Cle DE y ou 


iWor £AL wa di Exper 

ahoe ore contact r 

sine. Cannon Bhoe Atore 
Sl 


se? 


paper 


a us 
NOS 


lent 
work 
Far interview 
telanhone Mr, V. T. Curtrs, 
RE 7.1234, Ext 374 
Aoolicants should live in 
Alexandra, Vir- 


family 
Cave- 
1701. 


personal 


SOUND RADIO & TV 
TECHNICIAN 


fr near 
gira 
Excellent pay. working fond!- 
tions 
offe 
progressive 
in the city 
experienced with sound 
tems dios televisions 
aster antenne systems 
r. Ward for apoointment. 


TEMPO ELECTRONICS, 
MUZAK -STROMBERG-C 
i34i L St NW R 


STENOGBAPRE: 
tine. o-<ss, 37‘ 
00, Sat 


WIGHT WANAGER. gee station sal 
ary pilus commission = pr. 
son. Burreils City y-. A, 319 

Foti 


Sarnia ide MECHANTE— 
quested ene 
vac 0 
} aca mes. INC 
BON 
7.4050 


Diversified 

hour week. & 

MOM Pictures. 
n 


tions an 


eeryese < by i 5 HE oO 6. m@m 
te Ine “or 7 
ona 


TOR for Unit —Packhoe on 

Crane carrier. Transportation fur- 

jood deal for right man 
—* S2 5 


rou- 


AD ite Nig 
& JOHNSTON. res Ct Air rm nw 
PAINTERS, ~ ge exper! lenced only 


*2ea) 


estate back- 
See BS 


j rea) 
. MI BELL. NA 


.06 Ww 


. eupest enced: 
garden-ty apts 
Non- FEACHERS—_ White 

m TM AGENCY, 


y ~ SERVI 
oo outsid 


Tep salaries 
- iM41 G. RE 
man 
acience 


ring brushes 
PHARMACEUTICAL detail 
grad... preferabiy 
Salary. bonus expenses. car 
Give eomplete resame al 
educational background and busi- 
Write ame at 


ith car 
oe © fa) 
rvice Man with 
“9000, ask for Mr. —_- 
. between 9 and 5:30 
men experienced Ap 


meh 
piy' in person Li 
ve TRITK 


D ©, —w EXCHANOE. 
9th not 


exper. 


beaten, 

“Bure crume Ou tibet whore 
CHILDS HOME PORTRAIT 
CALLERS M 
OPERATORS Ra: ani 
PROOF PASSERS) tights 


hest Salary and Commissions 
vr “UN 4-2705, weekdays 


BERS & HELPERS 


A ly Mo i3th St. NE m 
or “Y Monday sdust "Dave 
RE 5-7 


112, 
must 
‘chart 

at 

. nd 
ume, ‘e- 

3 local references. an - 


= 
typ ist a “ere 
a  * 


eaton- vi 
are e. General work in hardware 
in erithmetic. Bright 
future for hon st. ind strious in- 


SUN MEN, ) 28 


rtunity as trainee with 
Wool. for “cleaning store — . finance organization, ex- 


oper rien in quality’ cellent benefits 
ome  aowanse Only men interest. 


EXPERIENCED PART 
| tion with future apely 


pos 
AN For inkerview. ace Mr ers 
RINT? established eccounts ae sia Ave. Silver irae 
deecetins type knows how to 

represent top- Sieh Washington 
Lithosraphic firm end eniorys so 
ing after new business 4 Ba 
Fxcellent opportunity for oe filgh 

responsible man 

make this his last shenee Salary 
plus bonus and omet benotite, AB: 


3. 3 daiz: "34 17th at. nw 


our 
mean ‘Estate SACERMES —Need 2 
adaitional top-note LICE 
anieamen for 7. TIME a 
conditioned office In excellent loca 
tion sills Church Bplendia 
eoportunity for you 
estad cemed firm of ver 
multip REAL. 1 = . 


road st.. Pall — j 
A ‘ 
time: experienced 
Pal = work Ror wel) Mi atabl ened 
rm. For. 


Interview call JA. 2-4645 
REGIONAL MANAGER 


call 
men lary plus 


"Young Men... 
THE 
CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC 

2 TELEPHONE COMPANY 


Otters excellent career on- 
portunities for qualified 
yourg men seeking regu- 
lar employment. Positions 
are available in Washing- 
ton and nearby Virginia. 
An interest in mechanics 
or electronics is desirable. 
Must be high school grad- 
uate. 


af 


over management and 
ent of established 
ort Coametics di- 
anization in 
v Desir 


take 
aeve.op 
riving 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
725 13th St. NW. 


ith record in 
Pres force “direct- to-home sales 
Excellent salary 

plus overwrite 


Apply Monday Thru Friday 
8:30 A. M. to 4:00 P.M, 


PERMANENT POSITIONS 
Positions include retirement. hoe 
Pitalization vacation end ether 
em piovee benefits 

ulo mechanica. $3505 to $4090 

tati operators. 6) 58 


request Mr Kennedy. 


~CLERE White Theroughiy 
to 


(GER 
wantec to cane 


aunty of Pairf 


. Apaly pespers)- 
C\eaners, 11 Oa. ave... Wheat 


SC ENGINEER 


Wholesale heating end sir condi- 
, ity ineome assured 
must 
popes 
Te 


enm 
moployv 


Executive Future | 
Arthur Murray Studios | 


: 


tron 
te 


peraior's 
ae Tunities © 


ta od food. route 
ST CIPS “ 


| intery 


full Ao 


for 
os oper an 
| Noe 


Sighee 


BOYD'S. Cor. 12tha&G |e 


; Pa 4" ee 


Ss can be « ed oe idea! 

. Or write te California P in Ts0n 
Md om's 

aye, W 


LAB. eosin 


NCR 3100 or 3200 
12800. 


Ambitious. nesressive young 
> com op comne for 


ienanre. of 


ditioning o 
ores 


poly in pL aay + 
na) da 
santa to Streeter 
Suburten Trust Co 
ave. Silver Spring, 


gS experience 
require- 

of rsonne! 
8252 Georgie 


OUTSTANDING SALES 
OPPORTUNITY 


ectore representative needed far 
jor m 


—_ 


n 
miar torr erite now s4. nw 


aintenane 


t self 
Buildine tn trade experience helpful | 


a resum 
R. EK. HUPSAKER 
INLAND HOMES « 
CORPORATION - 


POX 915 PIQUA. OHIO 


Attleboro. Mass Pree samples 


MELP, MEN & WOMEN I5A 
ARTISTS 


positions 


nent 


air. 


liber oom - 


benef samples re 
quired ae evaluation Telephone! 


for inte 
JOUN 


ages 21-30 
time: moO exper. 


to : te 
Bt se 


—For best! HATTA 
io Sex| and fs ae. AP, 1d-12 


are ie te) 
CLERK-TYPIST 
GEN. OFFICE WORKER | 
| eaate"expetien ~ yey ~ 


teresting | 
4} 8460 for interview _ 
with own drums. also 
r oll $- 


$100, wk 


in 
types, into 
7-759) 


CLAde CAUNDRY- ang ary 

cleaning establishmen 

who i« willing to wo “ 

mission besia and capable "a hen- 

dling elp. Non-drinker Person 
ia looking for a futtére and 

a lust @ stop-gan ijoh r 

tunity te own business if work is 

satistactory CO. 5.74 

A 


AP 


rwer 
| toile for the fr ht o3c ive de 


L ESTAT SAL 
Pg Fp vi 


Pull time 
license. Call 3 


office } 


—y heave car and 


| a le be wie ‘all times ral Hille 


aicians 

Killed in serological end 4 
—- # techniques. salary 

pliers benefits. yo 

60m 340. 2025 


America 
SALES” PERSONS — 


To sell smal! apo! ances and home- 
wares for WASHIN 


2146 a Pipe A gy in ee 209 own 


——_ 


© Invited fer poet 


Spetientione ar 
military and | Bewal 
Ind o7 


=, 
£ood 


or 
acturer, y+ Neen 


-| 


' 


ni want a reliable youns - =F who! 


; 


Chapter 


CLERK-TYPIST-—-Bxperienced 


2 2-0100 
CLERK-TYPIST | 


tien for «6 ne 
h asthoo! os. 


day 
aualifeations *% Unusually Interesting 


POSITION 
5. WAN 


oe 


SECRETARIES 


CLERK-TYPISTS _ 520-90) 
Main office tn Riverdale. M4. has 
Cereated im pert 


Immediate vacancies with 
research develaoment firm 
in Alexandria Must be 
alert and dependable. Ac.- 
curate shorthand and typ- 
ing requirgd 5-day, 40- 
hour week Liberal com. 
pany benefits. Excellent 


tion 
area ot a 
tione Apoiy in 
‘teens 
Md 


Riverdale. 


rete erred 
"pafidins. 
te increase 


to 
| Marylané. ome an ex- 


typing essentia): 


758, Warner Bide. 13th & FE 


| Permanent position. finance office 
| top startin 


i000 DAILY Ba Tarmigoas Bier v 
Pilates Write Ree 
°bo pies 


Qhastileton Hote! 


BL OIC. OPR—$300 MO.) fens, ser 
ated in n faat-arow gunfor “D ES = 2 ofee =e. we. we 


BBYbS eo TS, G 


working conditions. Salary 
commensurate with ebility 
and experience. 


TYPIST _ 


‘HELP, DOMESTIC 


He al 
fon 
ya letter to P r 
ring. Md. exp. chi 


CLERK.-.TYPIST FOR APPOINTMENT | ly ond Pa and bat! 
Call KI. 9-7500, Ext. 106 ©OUE* — Jant tor-chauffeur 


in 


+ 6140) 
L. 


salary commensurate 
MAID —. White; live “tn: 
cookin ab . : A children: 
help x aaah 


plain 
other 


2 Buliard. 
CLERK- TYPIST 


pleasant office, S-day week 


STIC. live in. L 

~ p ttl ~N ME 
associates. 1017 12th st 
Por 
Fider! , 
for iaper s 
cooks H 


o * re , 
gail Mr. Chase a 
on Mon 


live in 
wp: other 
ust neat and 
oe, refs excei- 


~ ite. ‘live 
yd 2 ciiidren, ¢.h.w. cueee ott 


12th & G 


> benefit Geed t . 
Reatnest and accuracy secured 901 Niarth Columbus Se. 
isan SE ers ra PERI tn Alexandria, Virginia 
0 OR 6 i 
tpertonees good starting salary 
| Pate week: sick leave. vacation. — . - — SPU SERST RE wurcemaid : 
ospitalization and other benefits Secretary $3900 section yrs. and 
air-cond. office. Cal rs wert Protestant ead a 
ort- ap. a $30- wr benefit e . 
| Pountain girls, col. exp. "BOY 
SWAT'S Em Ser, a $35 tips YD’ “Cas, 
rT. _—— 
SECRETARY 
| 
Real estate an: eccurete te short an 
be and and a Be us ‘| 
eitractive, reliable — 
Varied. 
ww 


ition. re {. 


anti hours. Company benefite. We! 


wishes Sevansoment oon AN.) 
& Bio 7th! 
‘1m 


‘DANCE 


21 te 36-Perm + time only 
bea] have 20 openi for teachers| bility £ 
interviewers x ec eal 
must have natural dance ‘ability sary. Unger 
train te gain nowledge of SEWIN MAC ORS. | 
Se Earn up w& 63.60 per h 4 ——— gy Hy 
rain at our expense Op 


“F ae 480 week: 2-man law ‘living pt. 
©. Must have good shorthand.' 


c 
initiative anc saseume 


> 23 ¥re 
erences required. Wheaten 

| WH 6-4479 

oh _st pe Ul. 7-423). | SITUATIONS, MEN 

SILK App ofa BRICKLAYER 30 vrs 


Experienced omiy. APRY | mor — hs ae . b = 
Mayflower Vailet. 79 Pu tan ’ 7~9R35. collect: or elke 
LABORATOR meee young a "Maple ‘Ave, Portsmouth, Va 


Noor 
reas 


exper .. 
Marion's Dance Studio 
16th *& @ Ste NW 


cleaning 


DIETITIAN 


NATIONAI QEOGRAPHIC 

cre has an attractive onsition 

in emplove cafeteria for ane with 

degree wr s seen omica or Woodbury dr. Silver ra ‘ 

eculvalen nm experience te assist ring all 7000. 

head dietician: age 25-40; | 80 £ mii | ' 

ne gals. 5-day week; annual ‘and NURSE ANESTHETIST - 
retirement pian, Cal for eral surgeon's office 

Teemnal ‘Office. 16 eM ate.| Orief resume of experi 

nw. "2 for ao- 


pricing orders. salary comm truck 
rate with qualifications and ex 


Apoly pores el. Pisher Beientific 


: ) a ns ¢ iegning. aml amily) 
Must be an ) 


cA! 


pe 


oe omit ae 


home: 


16th: det. 
privis.; dus at 


ia RW.. 


un. water: 


nm. water. 
up; avis. 8) 


sale. rm 
door. RA. 


to re- COL, 


t.5 sh. baths et conv. eet 


“iatt—Coot fn 


Moy arate 


, 4 esir- 
able. semiprt: bath. 2 a ~ 2 — 
, Exe, 770. ——! ‘vy. lust decorated 


Etey HOTEL, 


meld. tor Bis"w Tet. sb: 3-9296 519] aa O ST. NW.” 


NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE 
Modern, Comfortable 


Living That You 


HO. 2-9100 


at arith. ra 


om \t ut 
co ay rivia 
—— = 


eee ene 


fhm ee 
es oF mine il 


would, 
fir 


en 
rm 


to Is 
CONE 
BEAD 
coUonED— 


Di 71-3330. Ext. rt 
. post-7 


pointmen 


ve in. 
he] Se 


Insurance Co of 
opening for « 
rapher Pe 


ELECTRONIC WIRING ahent " emplor 
attractive working condit 


Experienced wiring aad soldering ¢87 ws filing 
Bt Teleph a aa 
Lt. 7-5013 


electronic compon 
ENTRON. “INC. == oles 
BLADENSBURG. MD tine. 5-<ay, a" MEE Dowel gz fice work ares weliress of af 
tons w Jersey ave eencrastons cot Gi ealae ble, deaires “sbi 
RialNtts WeetRg Be | eo —work ?: Fa 


Call AP. 71-9585 fer Appt 
ee Modeling School, NA. &- ict desires Jeb x 


FOOD COUNSELLORS” 
you ulld a Yreeser — \aaakene’ a 
gohettors. t to operate. f telepnone COSLEGE STUDENT wants child! 


lerical work. 


Floor one 


mission ood mM... 
for ee sales- 
oT X, 


ipful 
tr. Powell, 16 a. 


solee line 
a 
women 

8600. Ask ne 


rom 
incentive bonus 


rt « 
- oe e ‘time 
$235. apse — ae sronte i % 


CM Srtina 


HELP, WOMEN 
‘CCOUNTANT. - nterest Mr. 
D.C. EMPL. EXCHANGE! Be eto“ 


WHITE a Cor 
Waltresses. wht (10) 
resses col (10) 

Counter girls 
Pountain girls 
Cooks 
rmaids. 


Chambe 

Maids. domestic 
Laundry workers. 
a ' 


wait. 


exper 


OTHERS..ALL TYPES 
1512 9th St. Nw 
wo _3- See 


a 
CLERK — Whit 


fh req.. ett 
4. in ,- B. alen on- 
South Washing ton 8 


, s ra ae ve: 
conditions 


mn. Laure] 


yench 
— = Machine Operator 


enced. lan 
aT "condita ned ofhes 
ii sk Phone BE 
m 


‘ Passi 
f large apellanee chain | 
an excellent 
nded practica 


: person 
i 
_ MACHINE OPERATOR | 


Lam a ay 


on Call rence RE 


BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST 


Immediate opening for « rapid. ac- 
curate typ ° 
age. with 
counting = 
° ating 

machine Excellent 0 ° 
dvan neti 


nace “in 
scores” cet 


eave, 
eek. 


w 
geil e 
xt for A. SR | 


NATIONAL 
GEOGRAPHIC SOC 


16TH & M OTS. NW. 


424. 


aeet and An 
me basutecee! 
™ ber! 


eoter ris: 
Mesin. uniform 


cations 


CASHIER 


Cc. 


Sart eatin? oath oe 
eT 


_——.— 


Experienced cashier-typist 
week: paid vacation pe hospital. 
sation. Call Mr Woeven. HO. 2. 
9200 fer appointmen 


Stanley H. Horner, Buick 
CASHIER 
pany benefits ADoly PRRRONNE 
WILLARD HOTEL 


4TH & Pa. AVE. BW 


Outstanding Opportunity ERE 


Px 


vacation 
MACKIE. 
t) 


te 835) 
all types $95 


— lenced. 


er pxpr. 
By 


wk: write 
soptne fications. 


: 
- 


Young women 


rm 
struments 

t ents Rale 0 

al ac- ebpeintment 


bus. off 

and py 
u 4 rs. eves 
bked helpful. small hospital 
Arlt. OT. 4-67 


Have « 
or be our demonstrator desires 


ee ““avalnes Aliso for org. 
A M 


INSURA 
suburban arviané Go. M 
Tee excelien gpenins Ser 


a 
wiedge o automotive ye and, 
insurance to * 
management of 

vise e 


a - 3999. 


| TYPIST 
Afemandria mus! Te"tase 
alert 


f 
ment salary open “, Cal Kt 
. 106. for yh SY 


— a oper 


evroiet a 1414 Georgia 


ATLANTIC RESEARCH-CORP. 


en Virginie esires day sock 
| are s Gays week. 


By -y A. Ay date b Be Fees Ay 
ory of chemical epsin Saar week paid vecation. nreei 
any 


in and m 
af ee are | we ring en Mrs 
- A 
READ WAITRESS. 

“Neat Good cn 


ee 


d's, Cor. 


tage 
vate sanitearium 
be “ca. and 4 live in. 


CH ‘ HOME 
ai CALLERS 


OPERATORS 
PROOF PASSERS, 


ee os 


ie a eh 
ai Aoely. Sesaph. Be ae & ee ee 


shots a nate ty 
REE, So a wad 
be fy aaa 


r= 
YOUNG WOMEN 


A 
ion 


Pe 


wy 
» 4. 


Who are interested in attractive positions 
with a growing and exciting industry 
should consider the Telephone Company. 

It’s a real thrill to say that you are a part 
of our country’s great communications 
system. You receive excellent starting 
pay with early and regular increases. r 
girls have many epportunities 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. 

ployment office now before these desir- 
able openings are filled. 


rm, toe rar 
pies ie 


if pein 


na? Sr has he Se 


725 13th Street NW. 
Monday thru Friday 
8:30 am. to 4:30 om 


The C, & P. Telephone Co. 


. &) 


i 3s at +... 


- j 50 wk A 
a ™ - rit, owt 
rms. DE. 2-3910 


—2 rms. ome priv. 
aa pt 


~ or 


room. 


ne} s7e OT. 4- 
aE a ee i rn 


nae 
D 

or ae al etait ye 
Will ac-| liv 


Enjoy |* 


ag }0 #,7m| $60 SINGLE PER MONTH 
71 | 


4 Gay care. 


ae Nice Ty 


care. 


i WE —Nicely Tara | 
seh, 6-9028. 


next 


trm.: kit 


ac 


-7 
unfurn. fr ont, Tm. 3-rm. 


r 


Saree rm. 2 or 


ut 
4-133 = 
Toons, ana A iitchen 


3)'| k.. © GE twin fas: 
home. 


ales Crediities Ws a} 


ing! press b 
; cole. ; kit. . 


| 3 rms. 
| utilities 


oe rates ‘trans ; 
~ NW | That's HARTNETT HALLS “ree 
| claim besed on good food 


pleasant 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
tr. 1 one 
Bolling. » et | 
UNFURNISHED 00 50-492 

CHESAPEAKE TERRACE 
4242 4TH ST. 6R (30. 12-9770. 

TataD 

= a PARK—8212 


—$59 25th Pi. 
oe oon or ale 
7) empl. cple ae 
itd ai. 


BD bath: 


| COL,—1-rm. am kit.. sh. => nr, 
aa Gio. to fura 
34 
halt hie 


| APTS., FURNISHED 
.atti-| Be 
Ure yh a. i 


“jease. 
“hy. rm. b 
D. . 


‘ADAMS MILL. RD. NW. 
. new 
or $80 on 


aper. 
uto loumpers. 
and furn. » ane. joca- 


rms, pvt, bath; 

aaeon ST. NW. 418—Cor Fees font , 
hati entrance reas. t 
Ma. JU. 5-378. 

Awan. = ty, rms. 

" ¢ EM 

oy Bolling. 

“Autrae fur l- 


) , + TV 
= cooling if desired wee 
| BS. or permanently, EM. 2-021 


bath, al) wutile.: or e 
as Oulet epi | n adultn 


‘bdr. mod. it. 
nicely furn. 15 


kit. = 
2-2562 
reibas g . 


com pl. 
OL 


eT. 
usline: | ficiency apts. $70 mo.; u 
utile: 


etr., 


; rooma, iF 
ete shopping center: all rr 
= downtow 


- path 


16. a 
bedrm.. kit. 


ai02 rm... 

Sait 4 ie ae i wine 
FP 
+. ist. . 


lovely iy 
, fover ; oe 


inti 


room, din. rm., 


ell- af 

m ' toe in mod. el 
A. i sede (Reautyrest . 
4 close Sm fac.: 

t. 6110, “uel incl. KE 

rm. 


rm.. liv , oa 
, ; $125 me 
ver 


ft liv 
bid 
ma tresses), 


os 


/ min. Pent 


aaa 


| indy cluded TA 
: brk. 


upjex son, 
unex. 
10 bay 
onlal-. ee 
; onial- 
styled home. 875 ane Rets. « 
aro JA. >-2289 " 


mo., utils. included Bult 
couple 


JA. 8-7419 
tagon; svall about 
1 rm 


kitchen and 
lor Ba ; 
Myer 

"tau $125 ine) wells oF 


——milewt: far. 
110; 2-bdr. ll 


713 19T 
Newly redecah 
Flevator bide 
or. GW Univ 


2ntionas! 


tow 
Alr 


poe BE0Ds ra. fel A 


¥. | 
din. rm. kit. torage, 
ag utils A on . nosey 


pila tet thet 


a 
. 


nape tee re 
“Re COMPANY 


ILL—Alr .-oc " | 
house; . Sre- 
rm we = oe - anal! 
173 mo. Li. 44-5557 oer’ 


week 


Attrac. 
nonhousek eeping 
Seen between 9 a. mi. 


, OB. Atiees kit pam, 


N 
7 tars. LARGE Mee $75 
.$1 10 


tive 2-rm 
bath 


mis pwned. "nit,: o2-|1-BEDRM. APT. . 
eal “ee rms, welk 
2701') rie ee 


-32 
. & 16TH BT. vie’) 
bath 
decorated 


4 roceatiy Ley 
teas 
ge ve | none 
da 


arenes! 
m 


‘BELLEVUE 
* GARDENS 


FARE ZONE 
4688 NICHOLS AVE. SW. 


1 Bedrm., Unfurn... .$65 up 
| Bedrm., Furn. $88 up 
DING , 


Er 
2 te i 
us 


(PL 


CONN. AVE, | 
rm.. dining foyer 


1 bedroom. liv. 
kitchen and bath, switchboard and 
elevators; all utils Alse mnemaneds 


So 
“Unfurn.” $76.50 
S UTILITINe) 


Compiete! y, modern: 


Gemens ¢ tor wn puareroupd.» ball 


PHONE JO. 1-2700 
Open Daily, 9 to 6 P.M. 


. 

) ra end » 

mt now avaliable in this cones by ar 
ation. Newly r ore 


sii0 eal a utilities included 
Arfax cay! Ine. 
JE. 2-1450 


_Al R-COND. - 


With Auto. Individual Central 
_SUN DECK 


se Rants to 
NEWLY FURNISHED 

{|2-BEORM. APT. . .$105 

11-BEDRM. APT. ... .$95 


ROCK CREEK 
GARDENS 


INCLUDED 


stLVER 
IU. 93-9070... 


AIR-CONDITIONED 
CARILLON HOUSE 


—_ 


-—- > : a 
. wae 
rm. kit 


Deeg 


itt yaa "api, 2500 WISCONSIN AVE, NW. 


‘me “EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS 


a et 


HOUSE | 1303 N_ PIERCE ST. 
ely Furnished 

JEFFERSON VILLAGE © 

" "RAY et fee et 

JE. 2-5500 


, ™. reder 


ARLINGTON 


105 N. BROOKSIDE DR. 


NN A 
“% and bath for 


35 wookiy 4 BLAS. TO T MY 


se lao 
oe ad 
maid service and linens fernis 


34-hour elev. 
the heart of downtown 


Grviee. in 
ae 
us min to fo 
furn 


N OIn 
and «witchboard 


$75—INCL. UTILS 


"811 15th Bt nw 


ere ye WORTH 
; LORCOM AR 


4 bath: am 
| we 


ROOMS—Mod aitame 

ure: $91 $95 All 

in ru _sleetrictiz. a 253) Wilson Bivd. Artingtes 
nfo JA. 71-4448, eves. JE 3-166) 


ARLINGTON 


NEAR cwO JIMA aang 
TWO-BEDROOMV 


One of the moet 


4 ss. oe 

mnished mod. i-bedrm. « 
te¢. See fanitor TAL. 
: _— a. ont 


rate @dinine reom. 6a 


‘jt pore 
master TV entenna Pientifel er 


eae. laundry feciiities and 
a wo ea 
share on utils Ye 


alrmont st 


igth & Calif i. "Oe ave & la 
gts. i-rm. Kit. apts. Ist fir ce Te 
Front, pa LA weekly. — tne! NO ree 
Ls - mmed occcupancy: ediacent 
ed Pentagon Navy Annes. Mr 
ent @& ement “eae ma. 
6- 


—_—- 


PARKLANDS 


BEAUT! FULLY FURNISHED 
1 & 2?-BEDRM. APTS. 
ALLO UNFURN IZED 


SCHOOLS AND SHOP. CENTER 
at project 


~ pe 


Roan” 
| BEDROOM—$/7 
Attractive 
erxine: convenient te 
yer “e other seencies A 
mer. 4 edford st 2 

russ 
19 sth sas NW 


Aurora Hills 


APARTMENTS 
DE LUXE GARDEN TYPE 


Cheice siecetion fer per 
Peniagon bide 
igs 


OFFICE JO. 32-2999 
Deily and Sunder 
NE Pp . 2415 18th 


* “Sele, "eel. ag 2-4 be =. 


Alrpert 


torase orker 


ime. In arte . 


7 2 | 3 
DANIEL E RACAL iE 
“IT. 4-8410 REAL TORS nT 4-34l 
738 234 S.. S Ar —_ Va 
SeTEeses—< 
and 


-vedrm conv 
shop rans OL rs raiie 
“MB... S79 Gein a 


3- 
4 10th St. © 
. hew a s.2 


APTS... HOUSES TO SHARE 35 


lL bedrm. eveall imam 
hells: corner ent 
trans 
Lith 


ee 
concn in 4-bedrm.. 3- bath uma! 
erct.; girls 21-25. S50 
= pe mo.) Melud. utils. ete 
2 


TONAL secy. wishes t RA 6 386 
re quaint — Seas "Eid 2 other BRIGHT WOOD 
ris 
20- 5411 STH ST. NW 
© a pF 3 Attractive 1l-bedroem cormer ept 
reas AD. 668 50° bus at door onv. schee 
Apo'rt anor of 


°* eo. Ast i 


1 of 
76. col Sees er rads 
atery pne Dp 
4-4 ans shop: 
* share charming home ire 
with ~ Be Very reasonable. WO 


— Ricely 


bath ; conv 
rm 


"DRE YFUSS BROS 
onia a = 1619 18th ST NW 
be “pv car HGHTS.—i rms. 
O's one ~ urn : 
. ahs 
den ave. se Re 
rms... £) aes 


” farn 
trans. 
reaé. 


to share 3-bedrm 
* with 2 others Wod well- 


rn i OE fee ma 4. laun ores 
ote =e fe A 
4 4 ane 2-bedrm apts ; 
e ~*_ shop. schools. churches 
: om .  anere pee 3 laundér ne storage YY oer 


PRIVATE 
see tare : 
_— 


2 mad. ‘lee 
frase bath an 
16th Nw 


3-rm. suite tractive i bedrm 


ad >- 
rit. wi ~¥ ; IO ost 
‘sai’. 205 m Oe ETT aaa Bina? ape 


apap ek ents LOWEST RENT 
CO Wt Si ae Eieize act 1 BEDRM —$63.25 Up 


with another, LU. 3-2625 bet 2 
APTS., UNFURNISHED 2 BEDRMS.—$75.00 Up 


. uch ore: ‘ ALL UTILITIES 
Sik stl. set int ' aot. 7 carcen apt x liv- 


BELLE VIEW 


bus downtown enmient 
schoo s aa + 
BEAUTIFUL MT VERN 
VD OOL PLAYGROUNDS 
CENTER 


CALL RE. 5-8000 - 
FOR BROCHURE AND 
FURTHER INFORMATION 
: SHOPPING 
SE QISTRICT HEIGHTS APTS. 
AL OFP'"CE 
SWIMMING POOL 7812 Bustr ct Heights Pkwy 
WADING POOL Dalle @-4 Gat 16-3 GSurder +4 
exct DSIVE POR RESIDENTS 6 —Availl imm 
DDITTION AL ve ne 
mile. so south of Alex: 20 min %79. RE z 5 -3466 os widars 
oericwr » C. Pentagon DOWNTOWN ELEV. BLOG. 
yore, ong 19 Gn. © Fon Tnuswel value at only $672.50 
bedrm «& incl. oll wii 
adu fac 


m; ine 
1126 lith st. oe 


seh ATRCLE ARE 


specious 


— redecorated. 
} o0s-lob . . hy ——— kitchen and ¢t 
, =. 
- won tba - r= loeets, ki ce 
2 et AVAIL. bet 3128 me. pith 


"Bon, api eae Pip Biva DUPONT CIRCLE AREA 


Aw Y Laree apt —— newly 
bear uv 


Resort «atmosphere on spacious 

try clad area with 

conveniences Off-street 

lowest rent including 
* features in entire eres 


janitor 
city 


~ EMBASSY SECTION 
A Se. Frederic THE WARWICK 
oom sa see 3051. IDAHO AVE. NW. 
R 


AND caTHu aves.) 


rw 


1-BEOROOM, $73 $77.50 3 


Laree ere. Th te ae  ~ pi and eutet: 
s p> Bn. - 
? 


a la 7 ae <> ee af . ie 
Te a Ee Ti 
Air-Conditioned! 


WANT THE FINEST IN 


MODERN APT. LIVING? 
JA. 17-6660 ee apet o owe 
beaut. 2-d¢ * cose 


ef 
" GEORGETOW 
2700 QUE ST. NW 


2-REDRM APT... $130 
1-BEDRM. APT. $92.50 


Fecellientiy lecated newer dcece- 
rated apts With enucue! 
ner rden court ideal for sum- 


=, agping' Soettision 


oe “proyhill'&. Son 


4410 Lee A + ae 
ARLINGTON NO 

Vic WASH BLYD. & GLEBE RD 

| rm. apt ~ P a .% : 


e and diryer | adage 


JA. 4-3900 
N 
LGE. 2 BEDROOM 
Walk te public and parochial 
Schools and shorning 
"Tops" in Convenience 
CALL POR APPT 
YA. 75660 


ee 


a $7085 or JO. 2-4154 
GLOVER PARK 


Attract — one-bedroom «apt 
; ton st ew S78 incl 


i 
eo)! SRA 

lath st. ne.. 

HYATTSVILLE, MD. 


Close to Univ. of Md. Erco 
Engineering Leb. and Wesh- 
ington, D. C. 


OGLETHORPE APTS. 
4207 Oglethorpe St. 


$69.50 


Utils. Incl. 
Newly Decorated 
PRICED RIGHT FOR 
MODERN LIVING 


Bus aT yROwT DOOe | 
cite, i ga See 


LUXURY LIVING 
AT ITS BEST 


Air-Conditioned! 
~—RESERVED FOR ADULTS | 
—EVERY CONVENIENCE 
—j AND 2 BEDROOMS 


Ls J 
EWLY 


TVERDALE. . 
.-¥ sek 
4d re. t . 
Gee RES MOR. APT 2 OR Cata. Soe deck: ear ead bes: & 
JA $-6056 incl. wtie : over 
Directions: Out Ari. — o te Fort Hamme $801 
r . 
. 4 tons ~Seeee re, WA. T-iee. . 
te Rrookside « ‘ter CO to ool idine 
a 6 


1° Slie on  Gining rm. 2 BEDROOMS 


facilities 


Ariedge Real "Estate Corp. 


lors 
theme aauywhere in fhe area. A Sepe 


LL. or tvjjeces are os 

ys ae s from 

ani acrept mall child rs 
rtin. oT 


corner: ist oe empic 


ly 


annel af TET ror 


. " D c Minnerecsta ave 


ed 66 air-cooled 
near chu — 
heppine Agutts Ree Mer 
Mis 


= - 


} blocks te 
Me 


36 FLUIRN. APTS $81 50 Up Front pe 


| APTS... UNFURNISHED — 
{ Pleasant Hills ipa 2-BEDROOM 
ong ere. ' HOMES 


cS Sees Parakee es $68:$73.50 


ocaana—eammnes 
4200 : 

pale le CATHEDRAL. : 
ree sie s AVENUE | 


plete iy fernished spur ments 


BRADLEY 


* | BOULEVARD. 
= APARTMENTS 


2-BEDRMS.—$89 
3 BEDRMS.—$105 


Tie 


$94.50 
INCLODING UTILITIES 


avelliatie fer Ave. 


RENTALS FROM $69.50 


Bus N-4 Stops at Corner ! | hae 


Completely air condi- 
tioned with individual = 
temperature control in 
each_room. 


cons 


ftp individually 


or in sft thus 
Feimdiattges 
Se? 


GELMA Sa Aa ST. 3-6572 


BEST RENTAL IN SE. 


P I. 
Dishwashers and exhaust - BEDRM. aoe’ 59 30 


fans in all kitchens. 


ARBRE “Ive * Secretarial Switchboard 


| Bedroom, $150 
: Tetley m buge- 2 Bedrooms, | bath, $170 Beautiful 


“re Rar ot. L7 
2 Bedrooms, Dini on Buena Vista Apts. 


os isTu ST aw eA 8-31 and 2 Baths, $20 APT 101. 3923 Buena Vieta Ter 


Southeast RESIDENT MANAGER. FM 2.9720 -cysarl PETS ALLOWED 
Large 1 ¢intee rm 8 F. SALA CO 
"$69.3 SS Sel evra! RAM 

BFDR 


{Bowling Gree | AGER TERRACE a 


4a 


wi 


| BEDROOM 


7 


are» ‘ 
3-Exposure Apts. 


letter 
ment apt 


8. F. SAUL CO 


LOWEST RENT IN AREA 


| BEDROOM—$69.50 


2 BEDROOMS—$81.00 |. Ww 


1707 te ten Nw. 


1-BEDRM. APT... . .$90 


“SOUTHEAST to he pe ks 2 BEORM, ia $125 


1917 MINNESOTA AVE. | Ss Sum Rastere “Sve or packs 
apt. 


1925 MINNESOTA AVE R 4 hy trective " elevator 
1609 21ST PLACE 3025 Ontario Ae =. a ey - 


" Bll Willities Pecieded 
Y 


_ Mewly Gecorated: larce sttrective 
. apartment in elevater build- 


thewe cag wiih sum dect! farpeued hails. NOR 
tecimerater: sir ttiened by in 
—- ans $150 by ager 


~ LANGLEY — 
PARK 


APARTMENTS 
8201 N. Hampshire Ave | 


walk Unexcetied Suburban Living 
tractive elevater apt bide only At These Reascorahle Rents 


] Bedrm.—$73.50 


Apt.—Low Rental 

one AY BEDRM. APT... 
Pte felt” EFFICIENCY APT. _ $57 
= F SAUL co 52701 Tart ST. NW ¥.. ots 
= Ge & ww NA S20 with -in - in very at 


SES BEST LOCATION 
° ONLY 10 qf, #1 TO Saprrot 


Dupont Park Apts. son 
* yay —~g* y DsT ef 


rm. 4a. Tm. 
ee “and Neth Available for im- 


we SERRE $71 50 


EFF ICIENCY—$55.50 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 


AVA B12 
Res MOR 


LU 14-1688 


= oO smrTeayY 
tll San SOUS St 3-200 


*TLVER ee bedrms. huge 


s tv rm. mod. ER. Crosse te every 
thing Reasemabie AD 72-0742. 
* OOD EIDGE—' bedrm 

ch. bath ot. ent 


rm... 
windew fan 
sits fers $34. AD 92215 or DU 
73 


Ts Mmepect see 


rom 
ston at YA aoe ges end 


Ce ge +3 
"MIRAMAR 
0 roa, Revere nt Fs Utilities Included 
Sei sik pt 


ienciles, TWO 


eae Z—DI. 7-9080 
| The Brandywine "OPEN 
Detly. a m.-7 


4545 CONN. AVE 
AIR-CONDITIONED 
- 3 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS 


fo SERRETT hEstoeey uc 
HG. SMITHY CO 
Sill inh ot. NW ST 3- 35008 


PRIVATE teen! for work ° 
73100 Der cere for 


NOW RENTING 
New Duplex Sunshine 


Apts. . 
5700 BLK. 2D ST. NE. 


Sedrm.. kit 


offic 


- m Seon. i-? es. m 


Phone HE. 4-3200 


B GO SMrrTHnY 


co 
sll, sth &. NW ST 


NORTH 
WILLSTON 


AT SEVEN CORNERS 


Meiper, Pentagon 
Arlington Hall 


‘1 Bdrm., Fr. $73.50 


2 Bedrms., From $88 | 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 


3-3300 


= <ept. 


is AVE SW dee Wales 
—_— . bedrms.. r=... 
dath 


AND 


SCHOOLS 
ATION A 
Rental Office 
6601 Arlington Blvd. 
' @ BLES PAST SHOP. CENTER: 
* JR. 22-1613 
O"Bstarday 8AM YSOA a ete ~ 
nday 3 eon to cr uM 
H. G. ITHY CO 
. ite 1 1S St. ST. 3- 3308 


HEART OF THE CITY 


Modern Spretee bids. A 


BLDG. 3-8711 
Wheeler Terrace, Inc. 
1217 VALLEY AVE. SE. 


ect 


%. or SRAN. 
14th et. ae 


CAFRITZ—Di. 7-9080 


WEST HYATTSVILLE ° 


KIRKWOOD APTS. 


Walking distance te 2 shopping centers, al! schools and 
churches. Bus service te downtown D. C. Walter Reed 
Hospital, ERCO, and Bethesde Naval Hospital. 
groves with cook-out stoves. 


“” OXON ara MD. 


Ret Bis fea & MOR 


eS 


11 18m Bt NW. BE. 39-2900 


on sremi 


Ads acent 


a) 


hours. oon 
a Sa e. 
Wah bond 


s. mM, 
ih 6 + 3S 


6701 HILLANDALE RD. 
CHEVY CHASE, MD. 


OXON PARK 


ell. p32; 
kept 
mt Andrews. 


Navy 


Brand-New, Air-Cond. 
CHOICE |.BEDRM. APT. 
IMM. OCCUP. 


MERRY. INC 
THE SERENE 
vOmTH OF Une eRa! 


ae 


2 BEDRMS.——$124 50 
i Utilities Except Elee. Incjuded 


K RES. MOR. 
afritz: Management 
1ST PL. NE 


valieee + ential s 
sbese and tr 
id 


<4 


‘ 
Bie te ine! 


on prem ise« 
2117 or 


19 


BRevEUsS Bos, 
Tahoe ma bs Bien (2. 4 my tote 


JAR orner. TA 4-497 


BEAUTIFUL 
ROCK CREEK GARDENS 


In Montgomery County, Md., on the District Line 
and Near Rock Creek Park 


m TRANSPORTATION 


Berviee tw al 
downtown reas br 
Capital Tranait buses 
Also fast iloceal bus 
service. 


SHOPPING 


Complete 
center in a. 
opment, 


nominations nea 


1-BEDROOM APTS. 
2-BEDROOM APTS. 


RENTS INCLODE ALL. UTILITINS 
FURNISHED AND UNFURKHSHED APTS 


* are 


laree with ample cleset 7) 
ren. 


wide iawn arese for safe clare 


CALL JU. $-4030 
Rental Office on Premises 
AT 8°77 GROUSE RD. ST.LVER SPRING, wD 
OPEN SATURDAYS, WEEKDAYS, 9 TIL 5 
Directions Out et te‘ ® t-Weet lett t S 


MANAGING AGENTS 


Eig & McKeever 


Be: Plareround fer 


we 


ene ew i+ and bed ‘PACING Rock Cuber PRae” 


EEE ELS 8 5828 CONN. AVE! 


AT BUILDING : 


HAREWOOD GARDENS) Pine, Center: 


“aed 


— 


¥' La is 


ae Se aS a ow 


initis Widen ‘ved wad ‘cous Whit 
eae Saturday, August 11, 1956 4T 


GRACIOUS LIVING 


In an Atmosphere 
Found Only at 


THE 
WOODNER 


pgs» Ave 4 eir- 
cle . e , , 
poe Be co. 
_§T_ be 


81) 16a ot Nw 


Up 
| NEW ELEVATOR BLDG. 
FACING GLOVER PARK 

18) Now Available 
from $86.50 |-BEDRM. APT. FROM $100 


fr. $139.50 > sepem. APT. FROM $140 


2-Bedroom Apts. 
Air-Conditioned WALK-IN CLOSETS 
Birch Kitchen Cabinets 


a a ety dint room «4 
weeeoutiiul onal Eye-Level Ovens . 
h Patios Overlooking the Park 


. NW. 
3- -4400 Air-Condition Optionel 
| ] SEDROOR_ $45 50 | 


| 2 BEDROOMS—$84.50 | 


UDIN 
a 


Large Knatty Pine 
Recreation Room 


4114 DAVIS PL. NW. 
TV an- 


Y = FM. 3-1780 
fa. 
"t,| 30. 19m. Wa 


ee 


an 


Apartment Homes in Good Hope Hills 
10 Minutes Drive to the Capitol 


~ 


cnt Tel LARGE PORCHES 


Overlooking Suitland Parkway, Oxon Run 
Park, Picnic Grounds and New Golf Course 
Open to Public, at these Reasonable Rents: 


1 BEDRM, & PORCH—$71 to 85.50 
2 BEDRMS. & PORCH—$81 to 94.50 


shopping 
cone 


BUILDINGS: 90 detached 4- tamil y and 6-family bulldites children 
ee aN some croups of bidgs.—some ed 

arden beautifully landscaped. with 
oulet. friendly neighborhood in suburben setting. 
| APARTMENTS: ‘Three exposures. cross-vemtilation te every 
| Righ elevation and open surroundings make the large 


n ; plumbing In kitch r rs: outside dering: 
vidual storage lockers; bides. wired for air eonditionin 
maintenance servier. Rent includes eas. and hel-wetes v 
ew desirable apartments avellabie for immediate eccupanecr.* 


CONVENIENCES: @hort walking distance te 2 one-fare ves —. 
sheoving centers. schools and theater Convenient te 
Neves Hydroerephic Andrews and Rolling weiss. Neve! Raceerel 
Laboratory. Navy Yard. end dewntewn. Off-street parkipe 


Losarioe (,ana Hope Willie te weet of Ne 
nad Rental Office open every 
) oth ‘at a. LO. 1-3900 


lor Rea at 
, A a» 
VERLY A 


Mh Be se 
7. Iwe 


——$ 


| FOR THE DISCRIMINATING 


—~ 


2 Bedrooms, From $83 PARK © SHIRLINGTON APTS. 
= °°" a Few 2-Bedroom Apts. Left. 


From. $134.50 


(‘ALL UTILITIES AND SERVICES INCLUDED) 


Private Swimming and Wading Podls 
Completely Air Conditioned 


Extra ige. rooms, with ige. closets, garbage disposal, ice 
freerer ton Westinghouse 


refrigerator, plenty of private 


parkwng, tiled corridors and many other features 
Soa 
CONVENIENT TO PENTAGON, SHOPPING. CHURCHES & HCHOOLS 


OPEN 10 A.M. ‘TIL 9 P.M. DAILY 


DIRECTIONS: Directiy eut Ghirtes her te Shirlington sheooinge | 
center, through Shirlingten entrence past Hot Shoppe. bear left 
om Bist ot. Gouth. continue dist at 


te Perk 
PHONE OR WRITE FOR FREE SROCHURE 


8-1900 


4503 3}st St. South Arlington, Va. 


Shirlington Apte 


LEE GARDENS 


COMMUNITY OF APARTMENT HOMES , 
CS, OWEN, sc dh beens Ci: $81.50 
a ee APE: cc akcebowecee, $99.50 

All Utilities Included 


from th 
eart of 


moment 


¢@ Nary 
te the 


yer Pentagon 
nnex. rast gee ownteen Washington 


ON® Linceln Memoria! Bridge 


qn t at te Clerendon at 
Bleck te entrance ce lecated on circle at 


Deily Hours 9 ‘Hl 7:30 
, Saturday 9 ‘rt 1:00 
Sundey 1 ‘et 5:08 


Apply Office, 701 No. Wayne St. 
Arlington, Ve. 


Rental Mor. JA. 53-6546 
Office JA. 5-6986 


cro cllow A; = 


. 
ead of street 


Piemie 
Living Room, 20x 


Bedroom 13x12 Ft. 73.50 
2 BEDROOMS +o *81.50 


aise furnished apartments 
(INCLUDES ALL UTILITTES) 


Furnished Sample Apartment on Display 
POR PRES DESCRIPTIVE BROCHURE WRITS On Call AP 7-748 


REFTAL OFFICE OF PREMISES 3731 NICHOLSON @T. 
OPEN DAILY-SUNDAY “TTL § PM 


BEDROOM . 
T 12 Ft $ 


FAIRVIEW FLOWER APTS 
SOMERSET FL Ww. teat -e. 
ela oe. 


mR Pros DD ¢..Out Michigan eve. (Queens Chapel re}. 
left ot Ager rd. project. Or out Riggs ré. te Ager rd.. right te 
prefect. Or. cut New Hampchire ave. right,»om Ager te project. 


F SCHOOL PROBLEMS? 


| 


MAKE THE MOVE NOW JUST COMPLETED—ONLY 4 APARTMENTS LEFT — 


CHILLUM HEIGHTS 
APARTMENTS 
1520 CHILLUM RD. 


The Compighe Menyiend ms ractne A 
m2 BEDROOMS $78. 50 
=! BEDROOM | $68.50 


(Rent Includes Al! Utilities) 


OFFICE and sample apt: 


Off street 
rms., sep. din. area, wall-to-wall closets, sep. kit., two elev. 


Wisconsin ae 
W et. right on W at. 3 oe 


EM. 3-5000 — 


] Bedroom 


2 Bedrooms 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
STORES AND SHOPPING CENTER 
IN IMMEDIATE VICINITY 
Near Schools and Churches 
Convenient to University of Maryland 


CHILDREN WELCOME 
20 MINUTES TO CAMP MEADE BY CAR 


2213 University Lane 
HE. 4-7070 
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 


AIR-CONDITIONED DELUXE. 


2 BEDROOM APTS. FROM $153 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


parking, room thermostet control, spacious 


PHYLMAR PLAZA 
4100 W ST. N.W. 


Calvert te 39th. left on 30th t 


pis DU. 7-2282 


te Calvert 


Wading Pool and Play Areas for Children 


Y2 Mile Over D. C. Line 
7 


| Eff 


A CAPRITS 
Minn. Ave. and A St. 


"GREENWAY 
—~pe et 


Rental Office on Premises 


Open Every Day Until 8 P.M. 
Phone WA. 7-3948 


Foe oe eee 
H. G SMITHY COMPANY - 
ain ‘15th ST. NW. ST. 3-3300 


ees 


1 BEDROOM 


BRENTWOOD: 
VILLAGE 


GARDEN APARTMENTS NEAR 
THE HEART OF WASHINGTON 


iciency 
oper ers te caeae deen 
eS 10-$ 
1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE., N.E. 
pe 23008 DE. 2-3260 


2 BEDROOMS-— 


UNIVERSITY CITY APARTMENTS 1 BEDROOM 


THE GEORGETOWN 


IN ALL ITS TRADITIONAL CHARM 
2512 Que St. N.W. 
Overlooking Rock Creek Park 
) NEW AND MODERN 
| COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED 


EFFICIENCY .......-. .$89.50 UP 
1-BEDROOM APT. ... $129.50 UP 


’ Also Choice 2-Bedroom, Dining Room 


| Apts., Some With Den, $195 Up 


MODEL APT. FURNISHED BY MAYER 4 CO. 


A New High ih Luxury Living 


THE HIGHLANDS 


YOUR ADDRESS OF DISTINCTION 
AT . 
1914 CONNECTICUT AVE. NW. 
Completely Modernized and Remodeled 
Air-Conditioned Efficiences 
and 1-Bedroom Apts. 


Available for immediate Occupancy—from $92.50 
INCLUDING ALL UTILITIES 


| 94-HOUR SECRETARIAL SERVICE GARDEN 
ys ARPETED CORRIDORS SPACT 
LIMITED NUMBER OF FURNISHED APARTMENTS AVAILABLE 


MODEL .APTS. OPEN DAILY UNTIL 9 P.M. 
Resident Manager on Premises——-NOrth 7.1240 - 


SHANNON & LUCHS 


74 14th Ot NW NA 6-7048 
/ 


Live Better for Less Money 


QUEENSTOWN 
$83.50 


$75.50 


(Utilities Included) 


’ SEE AND COMPARE 
Best Value, Largest Apartments in Area 
Excellent Location, Just Over D. C. Line 
Special Express Bus to D. C. 
Two Large Shopping Centers 
(New Community Swimming Pool to 
Be Built Next te Apartments) 


OPEN DAILY ‘TIL 5,P.M 
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ‘TIL 7 P.M. 


RENTAL OFFICE 
3301 CHILLUM ROAD 
AP. 7.2533 OR AP. 7.0980 
FURNISHED SAMPLE APARTMENT FOR 

YOUR CONVENIENCE 

see ré.. tara y ‘ ast. Bhopving Center en \ oe 
H G. SMITHY COMPANY 

811 1Sth ST. NW ST. 3- 3300 


ave ae contines 


Fairview 


UNIVERSITY 
Apts. 


Langley Park, Maryland 
EXCITING NEW 


Contemporary | and 2 bedroom unite—step ‘out your 
own front door or from your living room onte your 
private balcony——picture windows-—9racious surround- 
ngs. 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY ‘Ss 
WITH LARGE EXHAUST FAN 
RENTALS FROM $74.50 TO $87.50 
Hot Water included 


FROM: $62.50 
FROM $65.00 | 


COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING 
~ OPTIONAL ~~ = 


| block North on Riggs Rd. past Univ. Lane. and follow — 
the signs to Model , 
i 7920 18th Ave. — 


“CARL M. FREEMAN 
Management 


whee: 


me 
we Ye 


oss 


7 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HER ALD; 


i. = 
wren 
«4 
ery 
__ SAas ROSEY, AD 00 


~ PARKGLEN | 


'-Sedroore Aots —$3! 50 


ie 
a . 
goo be Set me 
“SERBS, 


BELLEVUE 
GARDENS 


Fare TOFe 
4423 NICHOLS AVE. Sw. 


m™ 11-4511 


3218 8TH ST. SE. 
all oT iGeal ‘setting “on apts =, 


"ev ony 


a “1 Alana 
950 SOUTHERN Simplex & Duplex Apts 


AVENUE SE. 


CORNER, OF WHEELER RD 


“ obowe orn “y 


2 Be, $82.50 


Mad nevir Gonouates mod 


ern 
aot lea de a manager 


a afi sth pe 9 


e ST. }- - 
1405 SOMERSET PL. NW 


BARGAIN FFPICTENTY—-*9°9 50 
1489 NEWTON ST. NW 

Ll. 2.3 SEDERM. A $5)-968 3° 

6 Cedar *W.7 BPDRMS .—650 
3956 PENNA AVE. SE 

r=. Apt All atils s79 

400 Deegtas WE... 1 Bedra. 9°97 36 

SAM ROSEY AD 4 27 00° 


Geucst Gr et@icen cod 
PHONE JO. 1-2700 
Ore eis Cm ear. MM. 

Survdion, 1-6 FP. MM. 
a “5 -y DEVELOP VENT 
im Ge Cre—@irge Pere 
ww ey TO OoOwrToOrs 


8 Pecks Poem Serel Seeeerch® Lab 
5 Wie Pree Gelling Piel’ 


3% Large Rms, $72.50 
4% Large Rms. $8450 


Ak. frase sso Te aey ee 
os FF Gerverten «= of 
of S Caste’ «= J }-4608 


AIR-CONDITIONED 
CARILLON HOUSE 


239 WISCONSIN AVE. NW 


Your inspection Invited 
_ CALL EM 2-8800 a 
CONVENIENT 
ALEXANDRIA 


To Govt Ageys. 
QUAKER LANE 
2-Bedroom Apts. 


$106-$ 4 
A) Unimes inched 
s 27+8 crate, rT oOnFr 
ass Coes VENT NATED 
ravtamG seme. ES CLOSED 
oat hie tae bel a > B vias 
Seem Ft : CORSE? 
OPEN FOR IN SECTION 
Readect Mar. OV. 3-37467. 
= G@CskER Lane 


on All Avail. te Our Residents Only 
sem 'DEAL FOR CHILDREN 


Nurmerous play areas, basket- 
ball courts, wdoor playrooms, 
" ghontc tables, ye poe. 


ea. 
CAFRITZ—D!_ 7-9080 
COMMANDER APTS. 


cCOcETS. LOUSGE ssp 
PET ec wart 


NEW DE LUXE 
R-COND. BLDG 
WALK DOWNTOWN 
$225 13TH ST_ Nw 
EFFICIENCY 
$40. 545 
PLT owes TTILrTrTe 
@Ect ® ELEVATOR seRvice 


oon — - >» “aed 
_ MEY 3 4 MP Mw 


SHAPOL GARDENS 


Lege 14278. ® APTS 
FACING FT_ DUPONT PARK 


Paxmae Schoois Nearby 
4002 E St. SE_. Apt. 201 
LS t-@ee) 


eT 2 Wet Vis. SHIRLAY OWT 


TLIzma WOOCRY 
GRADE, HIGH. NURSERY 


SCHOOLS 


10 a ALLISON $1 of. ‘NW 
Beeotiful. ee dedrm mad. 
a, —a, —s = “muir Aoad 


CAFRITZ—DI “7 -9080 


325 FRANKLIN ST. NE. 
Near Catholic Univ. 


° pedrm _- _* =, Go 


in Beautiful Silver Soring 
Completely Air-Qond. 


3 BEDRMS.—1 4 BATHS 
$133.50 MONTH 


oe pret rite a in 
, kaRGe BEAT ORDO 
ATION 


See 
Mes. Guy, 2512 Holman Ave. 
Phone JU -8-1297 


2733 &. Walter Dr 


Tc nce. 0-0 “Be it 


fiten St ae 


“CLOsE-® WaGs PARE 


WIRED POR AIR-CORDITIONING 


1-BEDROOM APTS.—$77.50 
2-BEDROOM APTS.—$102.00 


Rent tecliudee a witils 
eacent elec 


Wear Excellent Shop oot and _) 
— isn 


Providence ospita. 


RENTAL OFFICE OPEN DAILY 
5130 4th St NE RA 33-4443 


700 JEFFERSON ST. NW 


destrabie 


~-s kitchen: and ak, so 
Gecore 


eu Se 


-ROSEMARY | 
Apartments 
OFFERS 


Suburban Living 


At its Finest 


2-. 3-BEDRM. APTS 


‘tuatren NO. AVAIL. 


PUCRNISHED APTS ALSO AVAIL 
Make Your Selection Today 


Vacation At Home 
in Our 


SWIMMING AND 
WADING POOLS 


NOW OPEN 


Private Gus Service to Capital 
Transt & Siver Sorning Sroperns 


27 
Au, raenino 


CALL JU. 8-1170 


inn TOWN 
THE TOURAINE 
1630 R ST. NW. 


Modern Elevator Bidg 


Efficiency, $65 
| Bedroom, $79 50 


Furnished. $10 Extra 
8 NEWLY DECO TED 
ESTDENT MANA 


WALK DOWNTOWN 
Efficiency $61 


1 Bedrm.—$82 
2 Bedrms.-—$99 


OPEN 
PHONE O8 WRITE D> 
oO? PREE ELOCeus? __ 


= 8-819 


THE ARGYLE 
3220 17th ST. NW. 
AT PARK RD 
Modern Elevator Bide 
Wired for Air-Conditioning 


1-BEDRM: APT. 


*89.50 


Also urusual aot., living room, 


t, 20-ft. jalousied solarium 


Rental, $83°> See Resident 


Manager. 
LARCHMONT > 
GARDENS 


& Precderic® St at Columbia Pike 


r sz 


> Spo ars 


F urnished Available 
RESERVE NOW’ 


mye. 3-123). 

THE EDuPONT | - LS 
temodeind ag Se Phat Ks om PARKLANDS potas ae _ 
CaPRINT I. 7- 9080 9 tutte SN J = 4 = 


:| BOLLING AND NAVY | “SST Guy Nt Town 


"LASALLE APT. HOTEL Ya ROOMS Sine 
__ ae ie $81. 75 /S and $84. 50g et 


a rt: ith balm 


Tye ay AL Onrice I 


. | 


’ : 
Capitel end Beaming wt ¥ 
etre... kit. 


om $68.50 van Retr 3-8 
2-Bedems., from $80.00 SOOEED— Ga ase 


(UTILITIES Peete 
e@ rooms. See = Bedra sat a. oom | 


oe  — Teele: say Te 
| “si Btn st. 3 ao mst. 


EFFIC. C-$64 5 50 
2801 15th ST. NW 
1-BEDRM. $86 50 5 


Teel wtile Modern elevator bic 
er roetea hells. sun Gee 
Bee re 


sideg! mart ager 


QUINCY MANOR 
CHEVERLY, MD. 


2.Bedroom Ants —$66-$7! 


~~ y 
~~ : 


(TTILITIES BOT INCLUDED) 


CONVENTENT SNOFPING arp. COS t 
> 


ONS: Oet Defense eT cous 
7) 
thes tneluded 


a) 
te 
be his rents! 


‘if 
himere verkwa’ 
f em Reute 203 te Cheveriy The- 

| ater and apts 

RENTAL OFFICE OPEN 2 A M 

Toser.M ae oe 7 AND 50N 

AP. 7-561i 
FAIRVIEW RIGGS APTS. 


soutl Op Om Laxm 


sroun of con 


= center 
—~ miversity of Mary- 


| BEDRM —-$72.50 
2 BEDRMS.——-$78.50 & $82.50 
Mrs. F “DANALD 
Le Mig 


5 2 end 3-Bedecem “ae of laa COLORED--1-YR._-OL ze 
ren 8. 1431 EST. N 


7 closets or 
tion pia regrouns 
laundry facilit 
extras Immecuiste 
and s(eres 
2-Bedroom Apts. $94 Us 
AVATLABLE IMMEDIATELY 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
ALSO SOME FURN. APTS. 


Resident Mgr., JA. 7-0300 


- YOUR BEST BET! 


OB front i-tedrm. ant. 879 50 
entennse. lsendry. sterage See 


. £220n. meocern. 
- ¢ Trem or vets. Call owner 


. ei pienesote, are nr 
1- a, en: . 
ro. maeneger 129° 
>. 
CONVERTING TO 
COLORED OCCUPANCY 


= at round comfort. & i-Bed-) 3313 DUBOIS ‘PLACE SE 


~~ A013 38th ST. Pg 


2 Bodune.. na. Fone $92.50 
UTm UDED 


. ATR CONDITIONED 

HIGH TOWERS 
sr. ¥. WwW 

Besuti 

lit. and ef 


. 14123 =O ae re 
te 1» THOMAS H. RYON 
"$62. 50 PER ‘MONTH amg 3 
wl "3 iM ois a vm ~ pate ASK ND 
ror and SE LOOK AROUND 
, 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS ROU 
APTS. AND FLATS vet a 


FROM $57.50 
“a 


\. AWATLABLES 
AND REDECORATED 
Li. 6-1610 
=" FROM $64.50 


ti COLORED | 
1821 Corcoran St. NW 


so. in de! Bxtre.- . id SURREY HOUSE 


1 wes 
tiful ter l-bedrm apt. & 
A at #965. 


— ius. wth — Sgt svitch- ieee e ; : “inte - Rt tare 


CAFRITZ— — Bi "73680 


SOUTHERN HILLS 


T. 
“A 88740 


1019 1st = “ 
cot... rms. kit. beth i ert 


xz.» 
300 LIVINGSTON TERRACE | Dome. 1 child accepted. 960 mo 


Cony t Bolling & Andrews APS 


oF fet eee 


freerer ‘oo i woes 
schoo! 


ot. newly decorated. Con- parkras: expreng > bes te 


vernently located, modern chure.es 
elevator building. See resi- ASD RITCHED 
PR 


Gent manager 


1933 N. Hampshire Ave. — 
CONV. BOLLING FfELD 325 DELAFIELD PL. NW 
Orr FOURTH STREET 


mer. TT Perrester st oF. 
i 23-3982 


Immediate reper 


eurmeney Doar spre STS" 


DcLTDSs weer 
oat 
7 Play s5D Pet 


WaT 


POR BEOCECRS EL S-s577 


Lisa, 
-— 


Bee, -"eroes TD Tops in ~ Livir 


ASPEN PARK AP 


ad) Seba" $87 5c 
quan roasmesp apt rus 2 BEDRMS.—$117.50 


PARK 


_ 
4 M 865 te $1 


ENINGS 
10. 36797 


CLOSE IN 
PIERCE QUEEN APTS. 
5 Minutes to D. C 


019 15h oe 


SHIRLEY PARK 
APARTMENTS 


aT 


a apt 
Wii FULL BATE i cont 


Sevrone ancny _. CAFRITZ—DI. 7-9080_ 
ote 1h s~se0 


yA. 8-0580. for 


cou... 

vie. Te 

. 

ee & 


DREYFUSS BROS., INC: 
1019 15th st NW 


aw 
_ ime! Lait wits i 2429 and 2431! Alabame Ave. 


These epertments a. evelladie 
Purther 


ie 
bpesoue Mis 
ledes All Utils. Except Electricity 
| 
closets fleeriana. @ ty 
a : 


Corp 
se &-sTe0 Brees. RA 6-0174 


HAMPSHIRE 1725 LANIER PL. NW. 


lath sad Columbis r¢. sree 


waceus 2 BORMS.—$78.50 to $86.50 
YT eeert- 


SPT New Marrowere Ave 
(Oanee oF FOE eT 
Det. 30-4 Sur. 12-46 
Cali HE «4.4500 


‘LONG BRANCH 


APARTMENTS 


Ti 15th st. ies Be 


IT’S A BIG 
WIDE 
WONDERFUL 
_ WORLD 


oRIVaTE BALCOrT. 


KEY" VISTA 


Only 2 miles fr Fines Rest- 
m avr - 
sem , ae . 


| es an or 


- 
M. 


1563 Colonial Terrace “10 Lm 


eee 


ng 


i ij 


rs 


1029 48TH ST. NE. 


‘% Bik_ Off of 48th & Sherritt Re. 
NEW DET. BLOG. 


2 BMS. AND BA 12.8 3O — 
inciudes ot) w:tisties. I= APT. 
163. CALL 


a al 


rf 
4 


Hy 
F i 


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ty 


ie 
of Be 


i 
f 


tir 


va ss — Bae ste 
ne net Ave. 


eoriemct 
$82.50 pe 


Te bearm. brick 1 


oe 
a at rit... 
th. bemt. 


Saeed Vor imm 
DU. 7 woraea 


No. “Mich. 
Park 


MODERN 3 BEDROOM 
SEMIDETACHED BRICK 
TION 


pe thie mod 3}3- 

® 

Aelivesea” o RE 
A 


as pew Price 
sa Call till 
RA. 3-3540 


7. 3531 UN. 4- 3422 
COLORED—VACANT 

Ehrlich Deluxe Special 
1336 Ingraham St. NW. 


brick 
ths 


w ® 


8 rooms bed- 
™ floor Detached *- mi. Must 
HB. Top lecaties. 
new RED 
RED EHRLICH ! 
191? rae sa. Nw 
After 6.30 P.M 


LUXURY HOME 


147TH & KENNEDY NW 
This Seoaniten heme aa be seen 


ears. or 
— 


Mo 
suranc Abso- 
¢ eonduiien 
orm wind 
. vard. with fence 
foncrete rear poreh. {Cost M+ er 
as heat Th a kitchen a. & 
ath. Paci Govt. Par 
en outstan 
a 


OT. 3-26 TUL SPM 
ruly ~ COLORED—$150 DOWN 
bik 


ne community. 1 


R. A. HUMPHRIES 


alters. | NA. _ 8.5020 


Dizen o 


$90 MO. 


stifur pemsoctnehe 4 ori eek on! 
> years ee: —_ i. en See 
fences rare; excelent condition 
ee complete apts for 
| ress. = MODERN 3 BEDROOM 
moeliemt loca SEMIDETACHED BRICK 
7. % Gi $13,500——-$700 DOWN 


PRAL HOMES FOR 
NO MONEY DOWN 


ngrneere ON 

$81 02 ° Taxes 

good credit a jntety beautify: a - on 
In nice section. All . eed Ti | 
lb TA. 3-6800 px, Kansas Ave 


| Saee » god ae Be ES 


2 Mass Ave Realtors WA 8-5079 


COLORED—VACA NT 


r. Kitchens 


130 2 
Carr, du 


BA ROAIN" 13th. c Ken 
nedy NW Det 
‘powder rm.) Venhe 
ine, " garice 


Like new: porches 

ss ho site it 
BEST BUY UPPER NW. 
1501 UNDERWOOD ST 
POvORR nee he i pms 7 oes. 
» oS * gas Dear ube + 
READMOND REAL ESTATE 
TU_2-6161 Mrs ber EM 2-7072 


ONLY $9500 


1200 BLOCK GALLATAN ST XW 
700 BLOCK MAR! APL & 


{ *S 
< cet 1 bemt 


aa of 


oo 


¢Gock Heights 


a0 $8 ves you 


a: 
im 24 howfs Mr 


A ‘CASH BUYER ‘OR 


sell on terms. Li reo 


} 2B ,. ow equity 1 joan. No agents 
ri] 
— I bath house 


Vireinie .. preferred 


prefer doentorn ares 
o=n carmen 


oo: cach Gow 
SEMIDET. MODERN like ou, ican 


Ppaocr 
L 


““GUICK ACTION 


cated ‘ia exclusive a 
~~ y reeert mr 
a" 


th [SAAS SUCURS. HERES TES. a as ee SALE SUBURB: HOUSES 67MD.'THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD) 
MARYLAND MARYLAND Saturday, . August Il, 1956 


Pe, ee SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67D. SALE SUBUR®. HOUSES 67MD. 
7? ee 1. ne ise 


SE pearbdy Co 
“mbstantial cach) | 6M 


on properties 
* Delis. 40. 32-0643 


rambler 
nara oF 


ares F> Alexa: 
rea sbuthwest of Alexandria vith. 


be abhie to take 


{rom 
price 
o. 


oid direct 


"Coarmins tmmocsions 2.Seérerm 
2 > _ 

carden, ear sepest Forest 

Licrage 


Greenwood Knoll 
LAST OPPORTUNITY 


= 
DIXON «2 CO 


ft ist 
Spoce 


ue, © co 
Free appra sal Day of night 
ST >-7358 


ROOM . |RENT OR SALE 


ot Springbrook 
og bdrm. 3 bath 


2 FIREPLACES—GARAGE 


ELMORE ELOISE OS ONE: 


| eeeer 


? 


49 


A 
Sec nies }=©RETIRING? 


Cape Pusher a 
bane * NEAR TAKOMA PARK Near St.John". tov 


extra ise oR tes 


| ‘| sige 


umasttate thant pou ~* with 


“Se ta pages 


rset GARRETT PK., $16,750 


down perm ‘and take over 

a joan. 3 bedrm 

ler. bemt.. ige. ict 
Bethesda a Area, $18,500 


a = sin 
rm 


Calenial’ 1 
rion 

ely fenced Soni 26 tree shaded nig a 
vard rg x Ri l'y-acre 


F W. — JR. pe 


r 

Landscaped 
Bee this 

wrick pareats Call MR. FA wm A 


FREDERICK W. BERENS (| Siren 
SALES, INC. NA. 8-5000 | to Pa 


atiful three bedr 


Center and elementary school 


eét 
ee 


-. 


are et arae tedwosd. = 


c 
‘aees w.. 


garage 

eatures m 

yy 5 - planned 
& 


CO.. 9525 Georgia Ave 


peyieat eA 
Cc. R we GR 


co. 
bn Tt 
en 


oom 
r with separate —y 


RECREATION 


are 
spacious 


with 
i 


ae a, "beans 
On lee. 
ins 


77 G 
proved, Owner UN _4-7738 
CHEVERLY—3 huee bedrms 
an unuswal feature of this all-b 
home. Priced to sell fast at 847. 
Mirrored ; 
pany-size 


a 


fore tchoo! storig. 
m, WA s 306 


AA LS ha ge nC oe ° 
- 
* 


t. 


are 
tek 


i 


Eb i bath. Jee 


rm... firepiace. 
— is court. 


sep 
ete 


500. For oot cal 
oY BALTY AND INS TRANG 


co” LEGE PARK. “Hollyweo”’- 


20) ciose by. W 
PARK — Wheaton 


fies  CONLEY & CO. 


JU. 9-4134 


$12.5 
RING 
P. 7-77714 


— 


: 
kit.. full 
* a, neg rea ST fenced lot ~ Only 
gORN E EVANG PARISH. or te 
] biock A bus. $16.9 1Se4 wih a 
: aa, aed 
ee L oR. is Ww acre. arace. hen ho 
a 
' Need More Than 4 Bedm 
On Over V2 Acre Ground? 


in a sectio 


erm kitchen set 
fr easy terme. OC 


AND 
mes $9950 


RAHAM & co, 


_ JU. 85-6010 


$990 DN. 
ASSUME GI 


Anvone sessume GI Trust and 
soa mo payme 


yw me living room. fireplace. fu 
bedrms. 


including 
300 
down. a 


ONLY $500 DOWN aap ry ed 


MARYLAND 
porches Monthly ~- A . . -er~ BEIGHTS. MP.—Bre 


grecet 


“opr Baiiy’s > "7 ‘ro 5 ru 
™ “s Out Ge ave 
os 


7 
ok marble ave. and 


ion of rr S 


Greenwood Knoll<« Realty Co 
WH 6-640 


American S:ané - 
ry. game room 
°? 


y Thederick '- 


7 —VACANT 
wh & Rhode Island ave ne NE —$595 DOWN 
peow fyi S-rm ry 
kitchen and tte 
ment; su’ heat 


z OaMl_ REALTORS COL INVESTMENT Co 
on) dn: 27 baths 3.5305 i! 3- wand 


mn co tT iad JEPPERSO 
ts, Filsseraid RE 71-1633 of OL. De mi-Detached, $ $995 "Dn. 
COLORED | Si'Re x Bee Be 
ATTENT.—VETS at , 
Facing Park in D. C. 
ll. Anacostia Ave. N.E. 
GI FINANCING 


NEW 6-RM. SEMIDETACHED 
Brick house 


e pat 
S377. Eves fromt + rear 


ed warner 
gond’iee 


ists IO RD. Ww 
PS SnePTEO BP 


Low 
HOUBIYO CALL 
ZNT CO 


Li. 3-5307 Prt 


MYRON DAVY 


COLOR 95 Dy IAN PR. NE 
$7 DOWN 


° =~ i -o! om! detached 
i A 


¢ tere 
iichen. mm . u made 
concrete fro church 


eintr rerleg” - 
BLE shit ob ho! COLORED—NORTHEAST 


TAA 
epg waren BRAND NEW 
or kota ave 
$90 PER — tacheg or z, Powder room a 
Lavely 4-bedrm. bsrick heme with i wi sre: evel oven. gar- 
mt completely Dace isposal wood 
to move rient 3 large bedrooms 
77-3473; eves ree rm.‘ bath 
ae) a's For appt... 


EHRLICH SPECIAL 
4807 Iilinois Ave. NW. 


20-ft. row brick rms... detached 
rege Gas ae, oe ” Can be 2 apts 
rand-new cant go 4&8) 


om Ret EF EHRLICH 


101? 14th St NW sT 
After 430 P.M. JIU 77308 


— a a 


DISTRICT HOMES 
Open for Sn spect ton 


TODAY 


“AMERICAN UNIV. PK__ 
46 w PL. NW 

OPEN SAT. & SUN. 2-7 

gy nee 


fine old mafision on specious je 
> columns erecine 
tu 7 laree 


bul 
inte a fine club. 
ization ome er 
Por details. call 


~1257 


north of 


ae 


iy 06School 
flowers and shru 
c ts. very large living 
Pull bemt. with ¢ 
eous con- 
call 


Dome. 


with 
rand 


vB 


to {on bu RY, inepect, gail 


un S 


CRESTOGBE AREA. 


4-bedrm. house with 4 
rm. Dasement. garage 
RA. 6-441¢9 


NORTHWEST HOME WITH as 
INCOME ymen’ 


tached —_— pear 
Hospital lie 
anc bath. | 


O gar bai” t eit 
$19,950 
oe i ee - 
ation , . rosie gs s ions 
». Fieet on Bak- 
idse. Oven 2-46. NA 8.3731 
open DEP", eee” 2S BA 8-si01 
ae or Upper 16th at ww 
yt -old. semidet. brick 3 bed- 


rms leo Ee ving rm. sep. din- 
img rm... ige mod itches wit! 
an 4 s- 


UNUSUAL 


a. 
7-0 
K& 17-0162 — 


are k 3 voUxman. ain or 
FRAEK. ' 3948 Garrison St. NW 
FOGGY BOTTOM 
410 21ST ST. NW 
OPEN SAT., SUN. 2-6 


chewhbery 
rpm Re ee. Hull | 
5-080. 


-. * 3-7200 o 
WOODWARD & NORRIS i or ae 
_ Realtors mrs NN 68) Oo) 
FOGGY BOTTOM om SUNDAY 
24 \0- 12.14.16 EYE ST. NW 
YOUR Oe $e iD 


exce “i oh 
~ wee - Ca) bo 
SAMUEL E. 
= £2 at OF MD., 
OPEN N SUN. a 


1353 ee oy A ST. NW. 


er h bows 

ir nied by Carrier. has 
liv. rm.-éim yee ou 
woer rep. Jal L 


A- 


rms 
riek Lerrace. | welt-enuip 
Sai 3-8 


rick ag 


Inge is liv. fm... 

. : oF rent; +42 
1675 W4S. AVE. DE. 2-1137 
MILLICENT CHATEL 


COLORED ns 

ne er I's goo@ 6-rm 

i a bee 

apes a ant 
Woon. NA. 6-42 


OPEN SUNDAY; 1-6 
3339 DENT PLACE, NW. 


aperers4 $13.35 
—-- Inc. JU 


yarc trees 
Bethesda bank 
VA seprovred OF 

SDA—Ram bier 


; walk 
‘ copcities 


. Bost- 
oBce 7. brick sput- level 3 — 
gtehex. 


—— a 3 iz 
fireplace pom... pooded = = —e te leave 
t. see cal o.. 5-4900 a —y con. 


. 
Coane and see it 


92-5555 €o : mer be 
oa future so ont 
os aupiton 


ifu) rod 

- al t o 2 

. OnE Capitel s A’ iontal ae 
modera GE a. = 


‘o Paverce 
Prederict a 


VOILA - 3 abet gat er 
ee Acres Constr Corp 


6-4974 
Sear Bred- 


ot with manr 
Entrance 
rm. with frep! 


OPEN SUN., 2-6 


é. OF 


apr . 
2-Dath. Cape Cod. all-brick 
sit ‘uated om & beaut ite! lo: 


"WOODWARD 7 NORRI " 


cena Ee DLEY HILLS” 


Gi or 


sg 


~ BETHESDA AREA 
$18,950 


BS ye 


_ 


te 


. inhad 
. SPLIT LEVEL 
$1000 BELOW Gi"! 


t. garage Best berseic 
eeda Short welk t grace echest 


Per 89456 me Price 6) 


BOGLEY oe, 


* 


6305 MASSACHUSETTS AVE 


ims 
Colonial Investment Co 


<w 


™ | 
table 
fir - 
ext 


. -= 
cod level ot. Wate 


TE oh sm CRG PERRY. Inc 


; eves. WO. 6-’ 


te: “SALE OR: | RENT 


oa = ~ eave, 


“$0 5 ~*~ wt 
GEORGES 


dn 
7 GLENN ‘DALE. MD — Mod 
fir 


tp §- 


. bemt GREENBELT — 2-b 
ame 


Idea 
eee BURBAN ‘PRO 


ERTIES 


ONE-YEAR- OLD 
Semidet. 

ASSUME 

premises of 813.600 
Gr 


mar ry f 
MR KITCHENS Ate AS 
cCoO.. 2- 7368 


3-BEDR 


ice. Tm rec city 


water avail 
384 


bedroom 


151 "eeitartae inext to 


din. rm. 
Over 


rambler: 
erie 


4 
il 
La 


FOREST HEIGHTS—BRICK | 


REAL: ty 


'» ‘acre: si¢ 4 950, CE. 


cotn er 


Ons in Dod i Shop. Center) 


ST Hel 


brick rambier, 
garage. $16.500 


HILL 
3 bedrme 
equip. kit... 


IRVIN Cc. MURRAY JR. 


charming and 


at) te inspect y owner 


oe: 
sive 4 bedrms.. 2 baths 


GORDON. WH. 2-7235 
FREDERICK W. BERENS 
S§LES INC. NA scm," 


s Ju 


the down parm. for 

home 

OO, AND BUS 

immed possession. Cali Mr Lone 

PO. 2-473 ARD RR. SCHAF 
ER. OW. 27-5441 


You name NEAR DISTRICT. LINE—Pine older 
it ly bedrooms 


and den 


Porce Base. £15.959. Cail 
6-463) 


Impres - 
with den 


Owner 


7-3434 
HILLCREST HEIGHTS 
ONLY 1 LEPT—#20,500 


brick 


MOORE 1 “MOORE. Realtors 
RF. 6-8060 


laree 


rambler with carder’. 


———— 
= 


County 
CHEVY CHASE VILLAGE 
$27,500 


BETHESDA 
6516 BRADLEY BLVD. 


level ae —— S 


BETHESDA AREA 


OPEN FROM | TO 6 3511 SHEPHERD ST 


baths 
orch 


Ne center-ha!! brick ee - on Dp 
ide 65-f. lots and s ree dinine rm 


cing. Close to sch 


Dt RECTIONS Gut 


WHITTIER WOODS 
SPACIOUS SPLIT-LEVEL 
OPEN, 12-7 


NELSON HUGHES 


Wi are 


LIKE PICNIC? 


sibisnisiateabeds vate on thi« te 


& Wa 
CO LON NAL “INVESTMENT co 


ne -$450 


BETHESDA AREA 


SaLs BY, OWNER Dir Co R 
One a un. right to a . ‘Midland Rd 
ARRETT PAR ear NTI 
pare > 5 4U 7343—OWNER 
br set 4 n ee 
dead-end 


tree ord POTOMAC, MD. 


nificentiy landscaped 
rT 
OPEN 2 TILL DARK SUN 


with many trees ec 
entrance: wide cen- 
peer, designed on 


prese-pansied 


Land 
Whitties bivd ter hali: ige. 


wy 


S23 ith Bt 


BETHESDA 
HOMES 


= me 4h + 


RE. 7-6650 


rok 
Call Mr Worsham 


' ROCKVILL z—Open today 
mediate occupancy 
per 


2-4 


les Ave 
to 16704 Keswick Ss 


HILLANDALE FOREST 
SILVER SPRING 


10222 Green Forest Dr. 
$24 500 


An outstanding new rambler with 
SE som: size — rms 3 <a. fu! 


ac iv. rm 
} ‘divided bemt 


A 16-FT. K 
N which a full family eat- 


eT DAILY, 1 TO 4 
DIRECTIONS: Out New Hampshire 
2 miles t Langley Shep 
id office at Powder; bai 
ock to 
OPEN sign. or 
DUFFIE, Developer 


——— _ ———— 


WILDWOOD MANOR 


OPENING NEW SECTION 
IN SUBURBAN BETHESDA 


Contemporary Split Level Entrance With 3 or 4 bedrooms end 2% 
or 3 baths. Besutiful light kitchen. fully equipped by Motooint 
with wall oven. counter top ranse, disposal. refrigerator and «ish- 
washer, GE air wall heating adaptable for air conditioning 


$23,500 UP 
CONVENTIONAL Gi OR FHA FINANCING AVAILABLE 


Location convenient te new shopping center now under construc. 
tien. churches and schools 


Open Sat. & Sun. Noon Till Dark 


DIRECTIONS: Out Wisc Ave. te Bank of Bethesda. left on Ol4 
Georgetoen Rd. 3% miles te entrance of: Wildwood Manor: turn 
‘right and follow signs on Grosvenor Lane te Matherieigh Dr. and 
Sampie House. 


ave 


° 
cit... newly 2 


~ SOMERSET 
p> pe NS 


with 


tn are | . £& 
re a 
. one TuR 


BURNING ze 
FOREST 
' 730 
ee 


RALPH J, 
JU. 9-6723 


A “ edditional pata 
‘or e tse fam 
bedreems or den 4 


| REAGH oh Sasrenest 
s conv t 
2 and de- 


or te Wiles lane Teti 
pad ... right te home ‘follow 


CUSTOM BUILDING 
By asa’ ates Spaced itp She hat 
your cheice. Call fer further 


Realtors , OL 2-000 


m. 2-46 BUILT BY 


GRIFFITH CONSTRUCTION CO. 


OL. 6-4540 OL. 4-6904 


Di T-4801 


RAMBLERS ° SPLIT LEVELS 


COME ALONG PARDNER 
IT’S NEW HOUSE ROUND-UP TIME! 


4 ) 


1/3 ACRE LO 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


Down Payment to Meet Every Purse 
With Up to 30-Year Mortgages 


$18,000 TO $24,500 


Final section now open, adjoining Burn? Mills Hills, an area noted 
for :ts large exclusive estates. Here is @ rare opportunity to settle 
your family in this superb Montgomery County environment 


“F 


Various selections are available on @ custom-built basis to meet your family’s re- 
quirements. Financing thraugh VA, FHA or especially tailored to your budget. 

homes with 2 baths: some with den or family room, others with bay windows and 
living rooms up to 25 feet... ALL with full basements; 10,000 sq. ft. and larger 
lots; city sewer, water and gas. 


OPEN DAILY, 3 TO 7. 
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 1708 


DIRECTIONS: Se Oe de Hills tf Bik 
wf an wi sine fh he FICE; 
ardbiet to SALES OFF 


LEE FREW PLATT 


_ JU. 9-5708 


~ orEe 1-7. Immaculate brick home 
com. New Brick Ramblers—$17,910 : 2 oo. 


r PAINT BRANCH FARMS | 


iving-dining room expos look. tr oO “ed. 
bath rn ai 


el 
Phe 


Sm. smount of 


: : aq tet in 
Aporaned $11.8650. Ou r 
200 


; tu aeD 
complemented K. by me 

: space 
retrlgetator — 


| turn , - W and | 
te open 


Wontgom 


ery Count 
—— ee ae 
OPEN SAT. & SUN 


Shade treet tower bw this sf 
ous bedroom rambier: 


let t 


WHEATON HILLS 
2904 BLUERIDGE AVE 


TFN 1 TO 5 SAT. Thie is a heme 


caany Has 3 bed- 
h. 


24 bath es tie 
» with fireplace: iove- 


ex 
DIREC Tons 
Rlueridge lett 
ome CAL! 


the growin 
I 


he isaRD. 
“CHESTER H. KELLER 


NEW “BRICK RAMBLER 
ROSEMONT——$31,500 
Open ? TO 6& SAT. AND 8UN 


fireplace, 
f aS, 
4 i 'es 


waste 
oa 
KETTL ER BROS. 
Ave NW 


BY OWNER 
LVD. AREA 
310 Poe rd —Spe- 


in VEN. 
tovelv setting; beeuw 


anére storerm 
Askin s . 500 


New Le brick ramble 
bert our in zr sMarviand 
bait ese yom 


rj cab - 
| colored stove ap 
‘aki D 


Bhd 


ark 
follow signs + 


ouse 
Patterson Real Senha 


GRACE“ Gakpn 


erg 
| aa eee ais "Be 


, 


Indien Head michver oe 


@r *- 


- 


} ratlast er 
aree 
f coset space: full a>s?ent 


a 


_¢. 


emnmtevess at 


a 


Pa cada “ae —_—- 


oe 
rae 


— +2 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD) SALE SUBURB, HOUSES 67VA.| SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 


seen 


50 Seturday, August 11, 1956 
SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67m! re pee susuey MONO atin sveres. HOUSES 67 mB. 


MARYLAND 
WB. — 1% beths 


CITY E 


gn whee nye } aii 2 podem, | 


vim 9 ate $1500. down 
seen appre- 


OW FILL ay tN _ 
5 Livingston Rd 


cet —ss00'BoaN 


No Settlement Charges 
iy Rivpttevitte 3 bedrms. 1% 
: in. rm.. porch. bemt 
ayments like 

trams and 
t; move im- 
alls. call JU 


WEST MY AT TaVILAS 
ey 
we 
af 

va 
&: 

Ww 6361 

\ WOODSIOE REALTY CO. 


$11,400 


ot APPROVED. approx 
e 


ecreens 


UNIVERSITY PARK 
for 
3-bed 

Colonial 
. Spoties 
bast separate 
side screened porch 
bsmt h huge 
ely 


huge teneed lot 
DROOMS 


S-bedrm. brick home on 
Shown by appoisiment 


IRVIN C. MURRAY JR. 
77-3434 
AN—Owner frané-' 

sacrifice this 

bedrm 


_—_—— 


abundant with 


flowers and shrubbery 


HYATTSVILLE 


St Jerome ss) 5 bedr 
that is planned 


laree 
i lot 


’ 
will 
am a 

full Demi 
; porch and 

plastered 
cash and mo. pays 
interest & prin. Call 
7-3900. ROBER 


T 
is & Co.. INC. 


RASH 


Ie picked we at your back door of 
} Ca ©od.} 


cetacned garage 


THE PERRY BOSWELL CO 
wa 7-4500 REALTORS 
“HILLCREST HEIGHTS | 
OPEN DAILY-.2500 KEATING 

Cor 


ner semidet brick finished 
ree room east Wwennierred. must 


MOORE & MOORE, Realtors 
RE _ 


“HILLCREST HEIGHTS 
617.950. det. brick Cape Cod: level 
tornen,Jot: nr. shopping. churches. 
— and but 
Vesta Eschbacher, 


MOORE . oo pc Realtors 
MCLCREST AREIGHTS—Gamedia 


eq 

fenced Oniy 312,500 

for. A lovely home for lige a 
Nr schools, trans. & shopping 


eather we are having. but 


asonry rambier with 
fenced lot. Assume this 
. with pms. x 


““BELAPIDATED” 


Gerace. but ch what c. house! 
Oniy 2 bikes _° downteen on 
streetcar or bu j 


Wi 
soos" 44th ave BURCH REALTY co 
ikooven WILts- Gl or conven TO. ¢- 9 ty ae “a .. 
a. oh n BAYER CAPE C0 Pon—Rar 
i . 


with ace 


rt 
r Pp 
kit. with dining area. 4 


Anchor-fence 
Realtor. UN 
” 


moe Pu 

lee. corner 
* a vin Lou . Miller. 
» ov 3 , 


term i oan. 


baths: idea! rd growing family 
of 
PINCHAM & CO.,! 
oncsiferade 
To br price $13,500 


rms expendine attic, 

ac 
b popresses. t under 

do 
-| UN 2.8383 hate ay, 
. ~ PORTS. KAWELYRE—> 
crms. full bBemt $13.995 

mas” ee ; ; > 

TTLAND—7-bedrm ; 0 


ree s¢reened voorch. ful ement 
rments 
to Navy Hydre end 


se 
public ane 
price only 
9 Ti 9 
1. t RAY 
bet Y 
2- Pager OWE _ » 
pedtme. ; 
h and bath us Bemt 
hot-water peat. veneren| 


storm window “yd 
andstaped lot 7 xi 3° with 
fence as lock 


Conventent te 
al schools Full 


st 
hor” 


Anc 


GTON, NORTH 


ARM! 


“8 


tchen. smart. ponesed de 
with built- - ca =e. gn 


20.350. 
AH. ie flucher Co. 


4A. 32-9517 


——— 
——< -—- 


off Commonwealth on ane3s00 
ly 3 per 


int 


"/EFFERSON MANOR” 
$750 DOWN 
yor boo 


TO BE 
Bett s din rm. fully, ee ~ a, aM 
tite 


in emt 
“CO. 


Alex Y “8 9 
ANDRIA 
ree’ 
Cod duplex live P 
bedrms.. 


rte . neniran 


STs at L REAL 


S15 + ae ns 
EL s- men 


Live Rent 


In thie Cape 
ownstairs 


carry payments—! pow 
liv.-din 
for oriv oor 
GI and ne monthiy pay- 


s 
men's "412. 250. 


Town House Special 


Alexandria with 
. « 2-bed- 
corner row ca > — 

outside entrance. re 

A vg park 
with 8250 4 


ment, 
anchor ponses mt. © 
ins. ly $11,900 w 

Gi and 870 month 


Millionaire Row 
Cape Cod aa ger 
bedrms de baths 

jow price of only a3 750 with 

and 885 mo. to veterans 


featuring 
at « 


Rare Opportunity - 


Por non-vets. 4 bedrm 


1 
16.300. Am excep- 


tional bargain. 


Watch Your Wife 


Her eves will light up when ashe 
rms 


immaculately 
tastefully decorated 
oe with 8700 dn 
and 4 mont 


Ki. 8-0777 
BROOKS REALTY CO. 


423 SB Wash. 8... Alex. Va 
ALEX -@nIRLEY HWY 


HIDEAWAY 


n. ‘bath, WHI 


ERE H. , RUCKER CO 


ARLINGTON. NORTH 
Crystal Spring Knolls 


Undsual custom-built, 2- 


f 
benutifulsy te: ana he 
acre. 3 conepmeneny weree 
2 


reoms Guest 
house Shown appt Mrs. 


MILLICENT CHATEL 
JA. 8-7330 


4H E BU EXTow 


GI—$ 13,250 


pee 
fyi perch. lot 


Ari. 


400 JK. Cqust House Ra 
ss SA. 5-885 


° 
ARLINGTOF: 


We tnvite your tnepection of 


00 

ime Fm, er tte 
kitchen, 2 bedroom 
plus large dormiter? bedroom 
and screened perce There is 
a full basement with a finished 
peceeees cm. You ¢ah bur 

Gl FHA or conventional 
terme with oniy 


$300 DN. Gi 


- 


A. 


=n 


¢ 
MUST SELL QUICKLY 
STATELY STONE COLONIAL. 


iMIT; 
tye | 


ARLINGTON, NORTH 


ASSUME 


A LAS loan on this levelr 
2. Bond with» paneled Ly 


price. $18, 


LAURIE CORP. 


JA. S-L717. 2334 Wilson Bivd. 


wie. Ma  fentas 
~ dew 


yy + ae 


din 
tg 


day or 


BROYHILL CREST 
ASSUME Gi 


This aualitr-d » 45-ft 3 


rm. brick Tam 
m 


CALL JA. 4- poe 
M. T. Broyhill & Sons 


MELPAR 
SPECIAL 


We offer «a newls decorated }- 
beiroom —— on ‘“s-aecre 
plot : most attractively 
landscaped ar the owner is & 
gsaraen club” enthusiast and 
there are many fruit trees and 
unusual plants The location 
is most conv. te shepping and 
schoo's 

ca oday te inepect 
cellent buy oniy 


thie @n- 


COUNTRY CLUB HILLS) MARLAN 
_ 4 BEORMS..—DEN—4 BATHS! 


center hall. livin rm../ 
. large modern kitchen.’ 


cious 


built-in bar: 


ri -car +48 ~. were 


FRED J i “GEORGE. Realtor 


‘DUNN LORING AREA 
4 BEDRMS—-2 BATHS 


ad Siti ee 
ial aes a. mn See 


mm. 5 
moO ; 


3 miles to Andrews 
Price $12.600. $1600 down. 49 
valli (‘Duvall 


APB 
Du- 
is off Silver Hill rd.. 
Cen- 


- : . 
panerson st. open and lighted | hn 
or office | 
moeers , a Sud 

4-9510 seP 


son ave. 
ttav file 


OFF SHIRLEY HWY. 


$13,500 $19,930 


stone heme 


across from Navy Hydro & 
sus! ~ \qummadelnaes REAL 


RE. 6-44 
TEMPLE TCLS — Brick | house. only 
2 yrs. old; 2 baths 
harnt with Lathede's ont? - walk. dist 
echools o a ¥ 

n RE. 6-7 AW- 
ORD & BANDY. INC.. RE. §-9100. 


LITOR 


NEARGe" MARYEAND™ 


Howse and approx. & acres. al! level 
anc with beautiful trees Many 
new houses in area. House needs 
repairs. Asking $18.950. but will 
sel] for much less for cash 


home 
lands scaped 
Wil GI 


2-bedr 
Extra-sice 
yarc Near 
$11.950 


l1-story imma 

beautifully 

TEMPLETON KNOLLS schools 
story semic* oT 

Ase other homes in néearbe Md 

al! 


al 


REALTY MORTGAGE A 


INVEST OREN co 
5 a4a9 Y  age 


ec nveniamase I 


(RA and Sun.’ 


WEST HYATTS.—Assume 46 loan 
brick: 2 vsearme 


— 
£<se! cond Oe whe 


WEST HYATTSVILLE 


eautiful brick “-Y 


BEST BUYS 


TEMPLE HIULS—GI approved 3}3- 
peeem. brick Colonial, new-house 
06 Bep: din. rm. bemt. side 


rc 
Batt SPRINGS—GI epprd. $17.- 
900. Owner transf., must sell. Brick 
rambler 6 rms. and bath, full 
bemt.. procseoway to garage 
BRADBURY HG ty ones Only 
po a én > bedrm den bun- 

ow on beautiful “jot. front and 

; _ porch es, 


MOORE & MOORE. Realtors 
RE. 6-80°%90 


r a 

assume GI Pa» Rees, of “4 “ten - 

sderes. NO DN. PYMT. 

BUST uF *<oUs immediately i @ titecems ont Gen Lave 
salon Hittte frame 

SC tis} nicely 

4.2723. Eves | ite, $9 


| sath Ph IV 


y : : ‘ 
WEST WY A TTS VILLE=Nice 
iS mbler , pretty fenced lot 
Owner must 
old. j3-bedrm 


RralTor UN, and Boll ling Air Force 

HILL RFALTY CO 

ta! Wy: ROAD SE. 
LO. 7-3601 


becrm. poten- 


T 
5! , 
GE ORG ‘sf PROPERTIES. 
7774 3-bedroom —_all-brick 
DOWN 


me ° 
. easy prmte 
se ! rm. ¢4 
screened Epix: 
Close > eater 
TOR ROGOES PROP 


‘ y 
or 
, fall daylight > 
extra-large kitchen featurin 
cabinets. specious dinin 
room: first t 
preopening 


— 7 
car- 


ment 
birch ALEXANDRIA. Groveton Ares 


> 


ER 
N. Washington st 


poor man's home 
$60 per mo. Pull price 
» - By weeed condition 5 


ae peta. “, 

- “ust AL BAKER & 

—| oi 2" Washington at.. 
AL SSANBSSA—Dent er buy this 
nice -rm. hows Lecated in 

So ju aA. alexandria Brick and 
rame wi garage an ae", %- 

1 ct 3 a Tes 1400. 
Gi hinsten 


paera~= 
Ce.  StokSia end 
SO RANBLER 
5% DO 
alf bieck 
large bedrooms. 
and 


phaaLry 
oun. with 123. ~ sat 


at — Ree za 


Fas 
ear old, 
‘S. 


eall me today 
LAS 
st.. 


Aeaastis ia 


peqventions 
LE Right im the heart of ene of 
the better sections. Only 4 yrs. 
In immaculate condition. 

Lévely 2-bedrm rick rambler) 
with patio and summer 
he tom ied Gi 


*s ~~ 
a eh ee 


powN—T- 
rm et hs 
ry 717-6655 

BPLIYLEVED 9 beagiifal East 
wood 


Acres, This new, 50-ft.-wide cannot be given over phone Giad- 


ly shown OF appt 


HEAVENLY 


re of lovely grounds. 


rms... 2 
iis rm on lower | 
Sth ave. THO 


Oo 
rm ork fenced-i 
yard a2 oe © wietee overiook- 
ares: ‘steps at door: 


Wash 
— Eastever Bnop- 950. Gi comtracts sccepted! 


$1000 DOWN 


TO SERVICE Ph pn as ON 
ae TERMS! ~~ jay +4 


36 6lbedrm 
funetional living. ‘Living rm 
place and 


one din $17. 


across from 
nter 


Ga50 on 
ote little 2- ta 
piace 


ARLINGTON 
REALTY CO. 


lv 


— 
. 


pee tin 50 Bes Bide 
rice 
p_HALLEY. RLT 

‘ z. 
cupency. EB Riverdale pant 
brick or St. Bermard’s and pubiic 
‘ool Auto. washer end dryer. ALEXANDER 


level iot. GL appror 3 
706. of assume 4% trust with) “y set 
monthly total 7 eu 


_ 


is e.° 

foom odrick 

lhe [emt leve 

mae : eet eg 
| Me ire kit a with 


silo washer” 810. 


nN as i: 


ART 


iy GOFF RUSSELL RD EE 


‘y-ac 
Seite trick rambler offers screened size 


has petriand 
ee = ease 


7 Ta + + yal —— "F-4 
ith pecaewes; tat meres $13. 


FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED 
HOT-WATER BASEBOARD KEAT 


ov R Ae ACRE—200x350 PT 
8 A TERRIFIC BUT! 


You MAY HAVE A PONnT! 


Laxury Srtet pee a ee ee 6 
to 


JE. 2-4970 


JE. 4-3447 
——~"{LEXANDAIA VE 


Standing 


ON_ THE 


Corner 


‘A large eee | landscaped 


anged 


=, eoNkes’ ste 
The M_ H. BARRY Org. 


220; Mt. Wernen Ave... Alex.. 
KI 9-36 S0078 


THE a he i PLIABL “6 ice 
RIA SOWOR 


; SO.NEAR 


AND YET 


SO FAR 


-bedroom brick 


or “ ™ 
or a saualified a 
>. ahi es call 


This asettractive 
rambler is 
yensgnees Perens o 


year ome has roomv 
din comb "with fires ng. ins 
¥ 


Ya fulton. 


H. BARRY Org. | 


Vernon Ave.. Alex.. Va 
-36. 1 § : 


waik. 
a school 
Gla 


ing distance 
and bus. All 
$15.000. te 
- mui 


r with 
oon 100-ft. | Close te 
opping. churches and 
Communite swimming 


hie i 


ONS t Verneg Mivd te 
lew bivd.. er et 
on onyon. te 


ao 
te re 


3 acres on water and sewer: eneel- 
yl buy f 
or 


lem. 
“hedrm. brie’ oe nest with trees. 
2 


AND $84 MO.—Gi 


LANGLEY 
This %3-bedreoom 2-bath new 
rambDier is located on a sentiy 
sloping 


ACRE 


priced at 


$19,950 
CLOSE-IN 


Overlooking Spout Run pkwy 
w* offer 


and is oniy 


featuring Miami alu- 
awnine-type windows 


carace. 
minum 
And priced at ently 620.960. Call 
today te inspect. 

ARLINGTON 
This attractive Celenial home 


with 3 bedrooms and full base 
Rect. on Gead-end street, has 
n 


REDUCED 
$1700 


TO $14,250 
UNUSUAL LOW DOWN 
NANCING. ALSO 
TIONAL 


WALKER & DUNLOP 


INC 
959 ©. Monroe St 


I Pi- 
N- 


JA. $-2400 
Ri. N.—OWNER. 4841 25th 1é 
3-bedrm Cape ta fal a 
h.. sep. din. < ftrep| 
¢ shop ctr, Ji 


rm. bric’ ,e big vere; $1 
¢ e 


ARLINGTON. NORTH 


FASCINATING 


NEAR LORCUM LANE 


OFFERING. Interest- 
— eps 


PIRST 
ing my 
with ilove 


s ond & inevect 
gy BE aos. te ca 


MILLICENT CHATEL 
JA. 8-7330 


ARLINGTON NO. 


“i te. oa bina or parkway. 
+ liv. rm. f beth.” “en rn: 
eae “treet : Jove 


ARL . FOREST 
A og = 


fomial'witn 
= rec 


Fete) 


house on 2.7 
future 
345 per 


sarees. 

Pairfax a 
acres. 

2¢ acres with 4-rm. house. nicely 

aos be- 


ed runa 
tween 2 streets. Price. 


+ sera 


tt 


3 MILES TO CLA. 
1 MILE TO CHAIN SRIOGS 


New cente r-hall 
Liv m 


and 
Senet iA 2 5046 


po DN. PAYMENT? @ 


™ ; 
¢.d.4.; ige.| 
. Small 
Owner. 
: 


80. — 2-bedrm. 


“roeded Tot: a centegee 


ti geal 


ata ei 
tana 


larse 
oF 


io | ay 
ie iat 


ee | COUNTRY CLUB Ub WiLL 
| cayenne 


seem towne 
vit hs a eee ae 
ining rm. and Hae 
SP PTARGER™ 


foyer, 22-ft. liv 
“ BEDROOMS 
2 FULL BATHS 


if “brices 


mae | 


condition. 1 
Bine~vensied 
full 
see 


wood and 
excellent 


separete din 
bemt. Before son bus 


LANGLEY 
4 BEORMS.—-2 BATHS 
er waagessoteee home 
c@len condition 
fireplace 


Red 
in 
bedrm 


t 
rm 


McLean, Va, El 


FAIRVIEW 
$15,950 


brick rambier with living 
rm. with fireplece. full basement 
with outside entrance ys + BS pore 
range oe eas 

Ano Place dow 


Mac Lindsey Realtor 
eo 3 sek 
—818 
‘rye conter-hall ork. 
rt omanceee daylight 


6-416! 


t-bedrm 


Bulider” ya r sche der. 
—fpacious 


AREA- 
l. close to “pores 


a brick 

wee einanoes 
with 

"ahadied ™ 


rambier. 3 bed 
— 


ul ; 
need $16.500 


FALLS CHURCH 


i $350 Dn. GI ae %ore 


3 SEpROOMS, BSMT., PORCH 


cha 
Brautifu 
Liv bn 


y tee a Als 
Le W. BERENS | 
SALES, INC., NA. 8-5000 | 


FALLS CHURCH | 
Best $93 500 Area 
$23,500 


attractive 


An brick vs 


attic éuhoust fan. 


in. ren. Stanley R. Rowland Co. 


120 B. Broad Pw 


Pelle Church Va 
3-3333 


bee 


* 


SALE SUBURB. noes ee HOUSES 67VA. 
VIRGINIA 


ILLAGE 
OWNER Mpetinie4 


“4-1300 
M. T. eae=) 


aaa eve-le 


$17,500 


= Reas. Dn. Pymt. 


Lc teen Hall, Inc. 


JA. 7-R108. 


| Sleepy Hollow area’ 
RAMBLER 
$27,950 


| 160n300-ft. well- Sengoeage 
10) added security te this love 


aPRING Owner. 

| cupaney. Split ievel 3 

| baths. garace. rec. rm. 

! r ayia. pool 

ates ESTATE Corp. 
. & 23 

Hi, 

co. Ja. .e ne910. 


| 
UNDER Gi APPRAISAL 


ries ah gt? " old. tor or $15. og rage rage. 1, ee 


rm. or : 
ge.) 


T. Moton Realty 


J. 
tT) 2909 Mt Vernon sre OV. 39-5900 


‘4 BR, PLUS DEN 


2 FULL BATHS : 
1 ACRE 
| BRICK 


bed rm Fi . Sign master 
| Hot ws 


ha 
or 
ON 


Fin, | 20n15. separate din nook. 
aa water heat. bemt.. scr. porch. 
| C. M. Hailey JE. 2-7944 
“BESIRABLE LOCATION 
pe Tie ie ey 
it... 
0 eS 119.485. , Be 
, ;| Mannas Rity, JE: 2-3110 
“Colorful McLean 


NEW 80-FT. “ESTATE 
RAMBLER” ON A PRIVATE 
; 2- ACRE KNOLL 


setting 
of . dawn: am 


ete 


Ler let, = f 


ae Bete = a: seatal S oat, Sieh § 
nego BEAUTORS Realty. Me Sion 


| Lh BA yrs os: 3 bedrms,, dem re range. i 


| Spahr tsbosel: lee. 
landsca 
rea: mail 


wanet, is 


ae 


coat | ° 
| i. Ey 
Hey. 


$1 a at 
ove ane. 4-87 | Agency. 12 a 2-2200.) 


ah ER So 
eee ‘. Sens 


from 
MABON G 


¥ : 


hei tS, Wate! ur 
. AL hot-wa eee ae ba 
SEB WARD R BRIGGS 


EEN CO. JA. 4-1400. 


Gt; 2-' 
mt 
ALEXANDRIA I 


Bler 3 new colonisi-ram- ES to saesesek 


HOLMES RUN ACRES—2-leve 
temporary, large endeceoea fou! 
roomy rms. extra 

storage. 2 baths. eauip. kit... 

| disposal. Eeavemes: 


| within “Siock. a valk 


pose f or ° Gr 
4 


ood Excelien 
to qualified buyer 


$35,500 


+ jan 
- 


terme 


ly alr-c 
lot 


betes 
— ig 
be 


Pp e-| 

ar gg ge Fe 

po fare icfon osit-eopd ‘ 
teen North Ar. | 


2 BATHS—BRICK 


Us 
rit ] 
Haven 


to 
=~ 1 bBileck 
right te 


Directions 
ees 


P ht bs 


rd. 
ete 
Cub 
ian. 


rl isk Sick, 


OPEN beast 


GORDIN-MENSH 


REALTY CORP. 


SO. 5-6790 


\ $1660 
a will = 3-bed- 
with gar. in 
area: fenced 
r. BO. §-8677 
}-bed- 


ALEX, —Dire 
dn. for mye 
rm . om 

BUCKNELL MANOR 
rear yard Zz 
LEX. SUBORBAN - @-f 
rm ramb elty 
includes extra features 
fast noo 


‘ j 
storage 
has bullt- mr helper closets. 


REDUCED $2000 
FOR 5 


~ 54-Ft. Custom _ 
RAMBLER 


T 


236 


+ kesoclated! M r Lt 


| 4 —— 
2 Baths 
lux me Tree: + $20)980. Marie MAGUIRE 


a . for only 

this home can’t be beat 

a most vagrants location at 2904 
Gallows re 


MILLER. REAL ESTATE 


a we as 7.1 
. d. rect aa 
owner. assu =. Zz rust on 
newly decor. “- ial in 
y. 
. 2 baths, ed 


m.. - mie, 
werie 


ER REAL "PY aTE 
~2444 
yo. - ++ hs 
iad. «fit 
aid’ 


a 


Virginia’ S 


VALUE 


$16,424 
30-YEAR Gi LOAN 


most sous 
liv ¥) 


own "oe 
price 


rust yt. 


' 


- 
BOOTH Natural finish 
inets. disposal, double sink. 
rm. sep. din 


e 
3 
~ nian och 
“Out bem 


wine. iss 
4 less 
vans] 714 N. Quan- 


| fRon ar an aps "ATL tied ) ye st irfa 
Heo. JE. 4-3906 Cirele. turn cight at Peirchestar | 


WILLS REALTY SALES 


¢ Pairchester Dr. Fairfax | 
“FANTASTIC. 


OFF OLD ) DOMINION ‘DR OR. 


Xs Gome wi 
"s fully equi 
nit. i color «rd wit o 


SPACIOUS 


on RICK « CAPE COD 
with Stamnes ca- 


rey laree of the 


ee eee 


FALLS ORURC 


ine ect py 
P Miller R atabe 

$-2 ies 
ES s shrubs, 
| quiet . 


ees 


a Ae 
at 


si"tsat 


fin. 


Pies adie 
LORCOM LANE 


| 
4 
| 


phn “wis WEeOW BLYD.. ARt. 


’ 


by Owner 


NON Gi seo 
Very Low Down Payment 
| Guiana Like Rent 
BELLE HAVEN | ow te 
TERRACE | CE BSC ce bes 
SPLIT LEVELS, RAMBLERS | COLUMBIA PINES 


sate 2 ye 
Se eiee 
mae S50 up 
OPEN SATURDAY-SUN. 
950 ROSE LANE 


OPEN NOON IL DARK 


Ces EEE 


Vernon Realty, KI. 8-3106 


SHERWOOD PARK 


A New Group of NinecQuality Brick Ramblers 
THEY MUST BE GOOD—ONLY 4 LEFT 


$18,050 to $18,550 
pe. 


ee 
eee eee. 


THE PICKETT CO. 


_ Mamber Mutual Cliente Buchense 
34'S. Glebe Ra, Arlington 


ity; Inc. 
les. ‘4 -3900 CL. 6-3143 


* TREES & J FULL ACRE 
~ Sfamnily’ ing ta 


GREATEST 


“JA. 3.2501 


a : 


AIR CONDITIONED 
WASH. GOLF AND C. C. 
Centertall rambier 


OPEN, 2 TO 6 


wonde > yy ee for, 


nae vjaree =. dining 


din. 3) 
baths. 2-ear Pt hess ae patie, ‘On| 
“sere. 834 -S7TO2. | ft 


tio, over ae 
the oar wy Club. Maid 
Bi rm pas earace. 


Sh 


" THOS J. FISHER & CO. 
_ JA. Set 


R 
Rides sian te 500 Prox 


KLARE & HUXTABLE 


JE. 4. 4925 


~ 


For Sale by Owner 
FALLS CHURCH AREA 


GI APPROVED—$12,950 


3-Bedroom Rambler on 1/3 Acre 
Altiractive oo agg im convenient location. featuring three seod- 
sized bedroonts. heat. electric washer and dryer. Screened 
porch imeneoulate condition. Owner Maving city. 


OPEN TODAY AND SUNDAY "TIL DARK 
OTHER TIMES BY APPOINTMENT 


= REACH > Out Route 36 one mile beyond Seven Corners to Warne 
left on Wayne rd. 6 blocks to Kenfie rd. left one bieck te 
Shenae Circle 


JE. 4-5289 


VIEW, LOCATION, QUALITY 


CLUB MANOR ESTATES 
ADJACENT AURORA HILLS 


(OPEN 1 TO 5:30 SATURDAY & SUNDAY) 


A beautiful and picturesque Custom-built rambler ‘with 
|5-ft. stone bay window and dropped living room. Lot 
has 2 very large shade trees and woods to the rear. 3 
bedrooms, 3 tile baths, finished rec. roam, full base- 
ment and 2-car garage. Space for maid's room in base- 
ment.. The kitchen is large and has the ultimate in 
equipment. Only $36,750 in a ey ner 
To see: Over 14th St. Bridge to No. | Highway to 23rd 
St. South, right on 23rd to South Pierce, left to 2318 and 
open sign or call Mr. SNIOOW—Builder at CO. 5-3739. 


N. ‘ARLINGTON 


REDUCED TO $17,300 Gi OR FHA 
And ~~ Think Is Only 4 Blocks Prom Only Catholie High 


Northern Virginia. This lovely Colonial mas 3 bedrooms 
qt ph, room with fireplace m — dining reom, mod 
utif 


and bath 
uip’d kit... bo ae + K and span ul landscaper let. 
BY 


alk te schools and bus. SHOWN 


IN BEAUTIFUL LAKEWOOD 
Reduced 61000 below OFT appraisal. This loveliert of Cane Codes 
is painted white brick Am living room with fire Sep. din. 
rm.. 4 large rooms. 8 closets. 2 full bathe, dry daylight bamt. 
lige. attic fan. lovely "ws almost “% acre. Exclusive neighbor- 
ow Rg and Good GI of conventional 
ay 


DIRECTIONS: Out Columbia Pike. ist street on right bevend main 
eae te Lake Barcroft te $17 Lakewood Drive and OUR OPEN 
OPEN Sunday, 2 to 7, of by Appointment 


E A. BRANDT & CO., INC 


Weekda rs, CALL JA. 35-1202, JA. 1-1234, 2418 WILSON BLYD., ARI, 


FALLS CHURCH 


Gil APPROVED 


a of schools living im the cite of 
. Buses and shoppins 


Palle 
all 


joy ances of a house that t well bullt and GT 
reap, ae approved 
with your fort mine Enjoy 
room 


cae ate: 
= yet ebicreeng Lora ie 
PRICED FROM $19,738 
Agent on Premises Daily 
hwr. 


(are oy ts, aT 
LARCHMONT REALTY, INC. 


CL. 6- 3163 JE. 93-1830. 


For The Utmost in Chesiantaikdéa See 


AURA HEIGHTS HOMES 


3 to 5 Bedrms.—2 or 3 Baths 


Latest ‘heating systems designed for 
FUTURE AIR-CONDITIONING 


_ 


> Oven 


— washer 

~——-\y --- 

sas —Full Viele Picture Windows 
$22,738 UP 

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1. Snpreved outbuildings ean vs gispocal . ore slorane area. wea Brisk, beautifully py. 821.950. vi a all directions: “st ee : terms. ; 
N Gl 4 benatitl or sub : churches and shop. Price $26,000 | ts \/ vival N SHORES WANTED—Paying uD 
: | ypountet Jand WmmY| baths apd yy fo sgen. Dia | POM PONIO pr ectaoes +e ikon i! zi ae 
[YISION : ‘It’s New and Attractive | a. || PALACE—1 og 3 a OPUSEERE BSALENS' ‘nest 
. sateen 7 One Presents etreat. rs. Rawilett, Co. 3- CO. 3-9698; or or item Trai fax.| | <esperetels: any make or 
FROM we ~ MORE | IN ALEXANDRIA ea 2-BATH RA AMBLER reeback ride aveil’ sn 214 “foentral 61 ove. ext.) otinr| we 4a. H0"%-4 v 7 AUTO AL ons YA R 
$14,250 to $17,250 | Deniened. gt ensy’ living. Only. 9 ) opaerful spot for a Sogn - Frmavano—35 att) 2 vearme,| YEE, AUTO, SALE 4000, 
PAYMENTS LIK® RENT ae th M | cols an *.. hee ; | je din. a Ke da vit ht Sent oae ares. H E Pp! me B= Reman KAY REAL CO. Pe ea tiaaet fe Horna ah. 6 £/roR Wane welcome and cold 
For appt. te ere call or e oney”’ Pesta culet ec cul-de- se to echools and bus . PAN AMBBICA N—9946> 27 ft.: very HAINES M co., 
arming tyy <colored pric beauty very "pest Se dtia’s 45 nN Gerticg Py Bier ta En y To a mf Aa eye “18% Sai * et £076 Thorn : 
J. : Moton Realty lent ne Ac ee nese soe atttas- th est onde | SAVIN on one of these brand ual pr > = circle. EEE 
fon req. of tions “. ra BRI new 3- oom in North) shon At fl i 
3308 Mt. Vernon Ave. - + i Hh wen oo Fale alr-conditionsa 3 cae Arlington. just off Lane.| routes in front of sic 4 and 2- Beach oat ps excel cond ee ese TT 
Ow. & Bc sparkling hall sie preclate 10 36- » PRICE: $24, 500 UP | Bouse roune will, —Ggpecially a. me operon ote imag able price i = ; 
~WEARBY 1  COORTY | Pee seed 2)-ft, kitehen rement in mind. Large living, with, foor-to-c brick Tire-| wooded w ful oak mat 
ye soutpece Sese wall a ely com-| more | fable. clear of 4 AMERICAN 
Mr. & Mrs. “Do tt Yourself’) nese, peerepms iS . , oF Drive ov today t | toon. indirect Sishtinie. cathedral las’, . bs cc 2: 5386: ava a r e = Cc 5; Waterfront 
as tse ’ ull paths, these homes. Diree- } cetltae. RK, ire + on Maw Bie-| ples > Ser! ‘ bie! pore ce cottage, AMI. Shady Side, Md) TOP VALUE 
%. Acre ane ull basemen with, repiace. Many thems: irle | ture window overicoking w: = react % jie OL. 2-726: IMPORTED 
weaury extras. terrific closets. Only wy to 7 (Kine ae | | garden. encl carace «, ruls co “MAS ON HIRST MOBILE HOMES 
axe rf jon. Gt approved at 8 oe anneys | ently located near Palis Ch =, ONCR T) JA 1-00 CO os Phone CL. R 
wae As as. Eb ee Ap Airst, pot amp right one Sig Jem. | sehools and buses. Easy commut: 1 | Closed Sundays "56 SPORTCRAFT USED CARS 
rom. he. "ing AB Arthur L. ‘Walters, Inc. 8 GRACE A. KEMPTON Mi IRDER! ‘LOTS WANTED 1s SLEEPS PREMIUM Prices Paid! Cash or 
AND PA te finks ‘TeegeaaLss KER VICE GORDIN MENSH | McLean. Ve. Only $1095 Extra Large Trade-in Allowance! 
peer os ove taste: 5 4 lst- 7 . - 6. HIGH cosT mINO By|W ANTED buy reasonably priced Pully Equipped and Furnished YS 
Supe aualits. owner: | REALTY CORP | BR tho FSG Mic Bie | Rewal area Write particulars to) MG’s | HEALE 
a | | this brand-new ranch he oe in Ne oo. a ee : 
Sediiiae at $18,000 : tly, created of brick and. tim.| 7OW “fina, hard to ee =DROOM AUSTINS HILLMANS 
EDWARD R._ BRIGGS r: teatages Gaara different, BA ey J ea mi ‘ving ACREAGE, SALE 75 Full Price, $2695 
4. 9-0008 o79) Las BOW SE FR Ry ning “all ‘ Slee bearie. ‘| room format . oe aug? —_ $50. Per Month wand MORRIS MINORS 
24. 3-8 | Lee BOW?) | | AIR-CONDITIONED meg okt sement with ad- kite ea Sormecreation|TOTOMAC, MD.—In the heart of MERCEDES-BENZ 
Woode yore ’ ott hk ONT in th he id'st H trance te sour garden. plot. Call room rm . fireplace, ro] the Potomac Hunt wn oy Ry urn. cottage modern con- Boat & Luseace Trailers Kenied MAGNETTES 
Unusual ye ALK is devel way. JA. 7- REAL | Screened porch. garage. refrigera-| 41)". 2 lovely croves of ’ 
bey desis charm i3 bedrms.. 2% tile be A SERVIC Ic. 2222 mw °F. renee. washing machine end : tate p ale od AMERICAN TRAILER on er Tate te One of America’s 
on er an ogre amid ‘3 i monly 3 min ey, Le —. with fireplace. “ae, labe rd. sd Glebe hwy.). Open: — te wd hes and chen | 1080 050° Sree Pine? Meeting| clean Port bel sas mere. $814) A, 
t Washer, disposal eye. > : 7 
entre ! or HOUSE FOR Houve ae or sale by OWNER— terfront ' mon lighw 
4 BEDROOMS—2 BATHS set arch-evllinged sliving. “Fm. a ast rm. te-sere ¢2\"Town MONE! | JA. 17-6660, from se es tee “Ss . sree s “or 3301 'Richmend is *” | Manhattan Auto, 
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ANP Ot CAN ASSUME —_ jarge dining ‘foom und ultre. de salah. sale by cuber 628.000. it BRADDOCK. HEIGHTS ] | 133 acres with 2 houses and darn TES South 5-6789 Inc 

que solid. snow-white, split “level, lume kitehen 1) massive edrooms| + tractive brick Coloniai is new . | yg vere: Homes asa and VACATION PLA 7 Daily ; 

Res EVERYTHING, Spacious liv-| and 3 rela bale angie’ feei68-FF. ~~ cr a home condi treciry rm... sy nage aa a 12, $32,000 = sunday ll a 7TH AT R STS. NW. 
to - huge sereened porch and) Teation room with nd Perfection = ingelli-. rms. & BOO — 831.215 -371} — . 2-bedroom apts., accommo- $1-FT. HOUSE ‘TRAILER 4-40. 2-7000 OPEN 8 TO 8 
agstone patio under tall shade! entire window wall ats -leve a denies en er fenced ard and’ excel s Tocation; Hi ats CHARM | FARM $ | SeSe 94, Serer avaliable _ Temple Tretler Villines, Alex. Also T 

trees. Separat ining room em Saieetes: arn tenth me 26- living rm. by dearse M contemporary rambd s3 A. 9-7514 weekends cond, TE. 6-6842. Will Pay y Up. Oo: 

equipped itehen full basement. Sesement aun id ac p?) rep + seperate din. rm, fu Jest rament:. owner" may segntempprary 3 full bathe!| 5 S¢res or more. stream, on Gere) Nice it 

rich paneled recreation room| **tached ca RE pad in sar hes’ aoe “4 eee: cunts, wa pe uaares i thst) road just of Indian Head - 

with Dig stone fireplace Ecuipped and rieed well below market at DU. 5-7417 ings to ite dous davyliaht| 13. m! th of Wash. A few for) cot ” 

leundry with ound-level en- $28.9 Exclusive with CONVENIENT CINCOLNIA--TREES > ent will thrill you! And $2100. Terms | ue ROLLOHOME 

ee. $25.500 and. with # mod- | what « ficent view from) ADERHOLDT REALTY CO. | Ridge Hide-a-Ways on wooded \% 
Seno Bown sare Ry FH ean A Arinur L Walters, nme ee r; a Se huge screened porch! Lots tor 7-8515 acre, finished. unm: shells. 1952— 267%, Fr. 
ee in within a few , nw N RASC? AT ay to C< ly \. hall, laces liv. rm. wit r ' pete A A Be beaut : e rontage, ute? to Bhenandos | 6 com ern oditee' a R N ig 4B 
| , a, gd Se ( $12,750 om and. breakiaet r “nook. 2 laree| BOR MAKE MND BB) cibilittes, nighway, oe miles out in| cueremce. Sure right. KS. 6-5574) OF ED SPARTAN, RE 56. 
ER V | bedrms., nursery | Cou ee | W N MAINTENANCE GUAR-| OR WILL 
Te" "Hanger ph rr BR VICE Williamsburg Colonial | Solid. substanti al, 3-bedrm ram- i abe J-car are garace: only $23.- . tags ~ Sh ih 1250 pers evel lot. aa ‘a, 
. 3 chlarieanl ler only 4 yrs. — centered in ‘4- Of Y } . on state r ar- $1995 BLA vail oo 
Bedrms 3 BATHS aere. veivet- corner entirely HUN INGTON all. $3450, terms. Sox 7286 ‘ 
AVOID” Center-hall plan, 24-ft. living rm.. surremn an ounded by = e-link fence. to arene Gil ber thie an. 9233 Wi ene ; ave oh . an & . a om Qaiy 10% down, balance tn 26 me. 
supgrate Ginine ws. bedrm.. and) ee of peandcmes ond with-| cellent brick semidetached: itv, pen - ed land. Hand-hewn phy foes,| bi’ memes to choose tre t 
RED TA PE textd Yarns, ona both ep new shop center. A splenéia a, din. - a ~ ye bedrms JA. 660 ACREAGE-—-Severa! tracts from 3 to on J Cm poune Sotion wen p poe be Open 9-9, Monday through Satur at: A. te all makes. capes 
Pull basement with shower bath.| Mo Sia purchased GI at S"req) bargain at $10. at » maarer Wee: ai aia Individual, water trom bla poring gery Cobia day. and 2-6 Sunder AKERS OLDS-CADILLAC co. 
ASSUME LARGE TRUST Slate roof. Flagstone patie. De-| down payment o $80 ail now on this ———— RED estates, some for ging to iat Grand ¥ oe caver ee peat: | JACK BLAIR > 
tached brick garage. Rose arter ino HOT divide’ ‘Terry B. eenee J ae camp few miles randria. Ve Sneantag., Ff r 
L! | | LE CASH REQUIRED a eee ~ let) offered. P it FL ist time “BRICK “RAMBLER 7 CORNERS SET TS EEE asses Mare ‘ee Oy cute 30. & "For 4 ey Larecet Searten Des ief Alexandr _3- 
: A d 5 S  hkones Ss ponte. Alcpaner con as i a $16,250 WATERFRONT, SALE 7SA chaser ' t one gy abroad "LA in sree ake Nashus ‘atin JUNK “ERRS 

— om beautify r kept: gon. 8. Charlies parish. : ny liv rm with “frepl. dinine — BUY NOW B ’ PRICES GO Edward . Murre cavt. “Hear It BOGS EN 25 niles 4 ‘ of Washington. a ov | 28 fae: - 
fax ive rm 4x12 in FRED j GEORGE R | sempoes &: hen. 2 and UP IN THIS ess & AREA No + Mn it Now.” All DOGS PETS K NNELS 6 Dd. on Route 301. a ro ; 

—* iistee. ih 14x12\ bed- byw Fe — 1950 ) ~- ph. . stile hi mas een snimer ALL E NT PRE ONT - emoremanie” wm at me = ni AG UPS—Good stock JA TRAER—1954 Richardson 35-ft : Don’ ae your car ‘til you ene 

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mo. Price leas, them %13.000 Located eh @ levels. level. chess! a good | wi Sito. 6-1415 ate i B von Se ue not have te depend on panel vis a | 2, bedrms ives. ome zx Po, com KIRK MOTOR CO 
Can JA. 5-4208 om IVENIENT attractive. established) | OWN ountry Realty seit ate RIPE GRAPES. VA- ne Teal ae 2.smes- ARC 5333 Wis, AYE Bu. 3-808 
Rrecttesliz pev prick tpmbler. Vers CON Pen N Navy neighnerhood ‘BRI : “A D RED TE. 6-1415 9 ‘til 9 NOW Te. 2-2820 endgame ae REALLY CHOICE s 4GLs doe rs AKC reg. 10 weeks I 2TH PEN NY FEN Na. 
with fireplace: @ thriving com- | Annex and Fort Myer rick ram-) Ove o. a. Se SEeT eve cm ee JOSEPH W. SEAY <a ae. Oe ANN PVERSARY 

. #isd0 "49 of win omes z. ee. pos = 3 re d rm ‘-— 1 Living tm. with ® t 4 i BAYF RONT LOTS fiprges, 3 We rabbit eit for sale Pays More for Clean Cars 
Tota! price less than e Pa OT at $14.40 fireplace, 1414 dini rm | en er- a COMPANY Math bors RS * oes, Tin ASH Any Make—From Cadillacs 
3 000 Call JA. 5-6200 I , conventiona with oven and. generet ating” «pace 113 W. Broad St.. Palis Church, Va , , t weach pincege. 3. tri-colored . "7 To Fords 
Realtors Beautiful. safe. white sand beac 
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Hy tomerten” with Shute. ston Mannas Rity., JE. 2 3110 rer with another full bath Deae-| RAMBLER—$1 9,950 OPEN pees een. ae okting B 6s vo thes 5. AF ar new 1986 PENNY MOTOR SALES 

windows. ndix washer Vv BEST BUY IN- BRICK ~ ully decorated and in peosens for rent or keep your own crate in h “1 fe sh emale xa balf ER ctin ARER 
: lagen mower ondition. You'll enjoy seeing tt) SPACIOUS § 3-year-<id B CKIN MAM our wouderfully secure private “* . ! en UNDAY H 
raverse rods and drapes Just Muce bedrooms. 2 baths. separate) 274 you'll love living in it even) room brick rambler: large U G yacht basin. All privileses avail- 2-3248 A © 

about everything «oes plus «6 dining rm. plus insulated 2nd fi.| ™ore Owner weansterred ist time) ow nen veiy fire- abie to lot owners em c 3 out at 
Sapserlpceee Prati’ | Sormterr coy supanaiu’ fo 3) red) Pose sal mo Gia Gemrenteer tic: | + AREA mataige ar ae. al saree NS HP ero SEO Nay | Any Make 
With wall-to-wall fireplace. | fi Mw ” acre. 1 full lot can be wee a. pase ger GI AND FHA APPROVED AT A central water. good ‘streets twies ae BILE HOME scenes? A. . BILL DENIS, INC. 
@eyuipped kitchen. Pric ~ 4 sola te mere. ae pas for extras BELLEVUE | light with ‘s : HIGHER PRICE. BUT ¥ trash « . lec show our eratitude and 4040. W Sot oy 71 
than 817. with just 82 rms. Fin structi in . ounee eptrance. b be MUST BE SOLD tien, ” cleststenp telephones and ‘ thom fer your patronage over xo - 
down to handle. Call JA. 5-6200 Palis Church *hesirable area. Close! FOREST i oe % , — . - gas service Area w ed im- a is wonderful ears. this nis offer, ie 

| oe nee ae ee | gulet de ste. close ta proved with 200 landscaped rec-| female. : ‘Dricea to stl. JE, made (@ the first t ro 
‘Time is of the essence. 2-rear- shopping afea in lovely we trans 4 schools $15, 600 reational’ and year- renee hom 4 io 6%. wide riarer or csoan oo all models and 
eid Colonial. 6 rms.. full e- setting =f al home for iar $32, 950 y= ed for Lots from te $8i7 oes CA PUPPIES AKC. born Mas Your choice of either the” “REC 
Sot, Seems vin, som | ae A approved 817.500.) mesutifuily landscaped isitely, immediate sale: Gl or con- LEVEN me wire) "S7ments aac terms to “putt 14, reetived distemper shots 4; 2bedroem, of the oe a bed. ECURITY MOTORS 
barbecue pit. Waring: "KLA ARE & HUXTABLE ~~~ Mi RM » than-aver” ~_ *- ins ted PIREPLACE. BN 121516). choice 715x100 lots only $609 ng ‘ "Mat ae Mo- ~ a, : not all. re each B Tere. oe. DL 7-051 
Price less than 617,000 7: | See, Pateaue bees rambler with _ vdieg te" ag ING RM PULL BAS b. DEN- 550 down and $10 oer mo with le r- CTT wa we will cive_s brand-new 4 ick-up trucks wanted 
yy > Ca rary iad ae Jj = at to hand. & 1 AG 3- aoe low arrows to . Sete et eo sig to beh ane oo * eputitel ete tf Dar. ion we ay fhe @ cree 
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tn yard: on busline , os : TOR CO. TA. 39-2661, 

Love! 4 ar PLA N REALTY. JE. 4-2744| “itchen, 3 bedrms, with excep- G O A. J. Wesley Buchanan, Inc. rx | Rew models. We cordially invite 
eener brick rambier censistine sate BAKE kode these new bric al closet space. 3 bath RI & N Y lot subetnatialies “somolete: noi cle. Scioto "kins David. johara'e you ‘to Grive out snd , CASH FOR CARS 
> ie +y uftthen "3 eee | rambiers. 3 bedrooms. eenter- hail ana ettraslive “Sadted cut ate JA 4-]| 155 | ey ae $1560 down and $30 ,Ot This ‘of or. ts for waiver’ 

Sedrms “full basement. 25x27 reverse pian. 2 and 3 bathrooms.’ ground recreation rm. with fire- . monta °D agg 8 ine AY RaWN MAKE Ri ORS 
Knotty pine rec. rm ct fast oan bemt. 2 fireplaces. carport. piace and tremendous picture win- GI 444% loan of « Mitle over IRECTIONS saat A. are dr ee fawns i O Ss 

the price is less than $15.- approved Prices start Gt S17.-) do IN GA 006 be assumed by SALE. OUT-OF-TOWN 68 Drive 7 miles south of i tee AUG. 12, 1066 - 532 
: VE RE cs 8.31) 6.| Fs) ALE, © 8 Prince ¢ ry ; ro QO. 6-9400 
; approx 2500 te handle a a | Race ao © a we ~ qualified purchaser Pou Tx Prederiet on lomons Island rad ineast. Shots. wormed. Also ne “a “o's 5+ HIGHEST ‘PRICES “PAID 
_ -| =es c Frock-dottom. aquic large bedrooms, 4 living AS urn t St. Leonard a fol : » "s 
COLONIAL REALTY CO. — No Artinston brick age selling priee' Exclusive with ws A 4 4 rate a HOUSTON. TEX. — Suburban well. os Longe ch signs to attics — Calla after It's. m0 5 7087 te Colie s Mobile Homes 
ith full Bs kitchen with) ist time offered. Call today te equipped fitchen with table hom M aes iL. INC. 8 
Re-lters-Developers. JA. 5-6200. | breakfast bar, level fenced ore! inspec space, 2 full baths. plus * planned _3-bedroom Near Leonard ye hone Prince Fred. x 56 ker ouppies, all MAIN LOT, 4’ pi am North of Laurel WMCREE PONTIAC 
with towels cinrube $1700 DoW both in full basement excel | schools tee. —— a, oe ¥ females. 12, F000 homes. $15. Box Md. ma -% 1982 41828 ‘100. 
STONE COLONIAL | 83.00 “txowennS " Be‘iParker, Smith & Donnell Shi, "ess**ineton inet | ue to transfer trom. ar COMFY Samet.) Lot wo atahh silt ae sae WILL PAY HIGH 
2 be J Washington or Pe This 5-134 locally or write Webster & Alexandria, Ve. . 5-015 
fi oi 2 bears me nd’ bath hs = SOME PEOPLE Wi P | JA. 7-6161 JA 7-8817 attractive home is less than i Home an - ee ft. Only $500 D oe Meet x a 5 — DANS LER sg reve) D PON FIKC ad 
aod parah. tes. tm ses but here's the best buy er one year old, “ = living roo a. - $7950 Mice internstione! nation _cham: Belt a. 02 Pula Hwy 
shoo “lovely. tree- hadea. Te the Opn. Look what yoy or >1 enly $25, . TWO ACRES, 5-room house with . pore — 2 bed ionship i ang 2 ater u 4221 Cc ticut A 
ra Arlington bivd. aad Pershing dr. only 3.950 ne. sturdily built $ ,000 beth. 86250. Phone Luray. RI. 3- Re. terms 6 ormectic ve. 
Cape be | God just, 5 minutes | from JA. 53-6800 3533 or write J. B. Alger. Riler-) c4; ouingRa aie. ottice or aE wis AUT AUTOMOBILE LOANS 90 
NR. HECHT CO. lage 30-f1 % ving Ta. with fire- Arlingten brick rambier: 3 ' . MAS ) Ge. t Beau a alll 

v3 | Jf oo ts sui a eotrate abuse a atten | icici pail thi "kitchen SHANNON & LUCHS CO. ‘\aEAL rn WA SCHV ARTZ rent show geopocta; very’ ONION"? ain chi id we B J YING! J i 

varmmbier. situat a lerse. wel : —s e Year” G + Otten ot AR aff ' Mishest ) ~~ Dal rw 

pbed i ith freol | 40wn, upsteirs finished ‘into huge! ae: ¢ ‘Our 50th Anniversary Yea HB 

ae é af emplete, a poe gre: cer ae See cluded i 195 WILSON BLVD., ARLINGTON WILL BUY a Y;| ONTHE POTOMAC | itmais. Bilsible AKC, 920. a og teywsd site Bring car and title to 

7 reekfast . ovely 2 summ ouse in cool Brick or frame. Tae or col. Quick, Beautiful 

’ . plus full tu ot wa ‘ Call u Waterfront site 

Sadr tae eat teak en ak hee REAL kere, Senos De SR FOR _stillement Cul CO. ie nares AC Loans vou EMERSON & ORME 

3 pie ores oaktr Bathe the pert yal . -. x Glebe rd “(0 - abie. | un r ws 

FISHER 4 EDROOMS LAURIE CORP Particular Peop e FARMS. LAND, SALE 70 tioa on the Mar seat a sn M Bis, nw. w 
A 5-784) . ot peat the location of 36 DOWN, 838 MO. bays for a1548 ss ge i omen i aie 
*y pede -orick rembe ~ =x $ ] 3 200 JA. B-L717. 2334 Wilson Ried. | this sbotlew S-bearm p. home S36 ac hard rd. busiioe. 78 mi ail directions = = — in ~~ puppies. ke. P one mo Marviand | Casn “Loans. iu. 9 2882 
y . ) rein ‘ y for + e is ° Leesbdu ne 7-1096. 

ce a fey Mcndotated "me temas mae COWET | git gustadivge: genital wena ag os a gtizere si the llow’ price ot GREAT DANEE—ARC  nupetD pell- NEED MONEY? 

Dr 5-74 ‘o on dead-end street; c¢ ls ~ i = mv Tm ment.) water, large . —_- or association He mey nish sete show pups. 11 wks. CALL KRAFT LOANS. 9L._6-£800 
_—_ — equt od, Bitehen. ibs b baths: 1 int 3. 4. ; a a wher ased another home, house ° on main signees. aan OL. 4192 re, -b a a s 

. comm uting stance 

PINEPANELED  Ariax Resity “it 4'4900 Hite atte a0 .| Kita Realty, JE, 4-4900 [fate ana ot pa SHANNON & LUCHS CO. a a Fe gt mona 

;Peereation rm: (20x25) in full Gy slight Demi = ee a: Sle ’ mile stream. $32. NA. 8365 = Vormed, trained. Wondert L wateb- 3255 Rhode I - 

oe one of the pain features RED O 4-274 : LONG and L W iN x gia Ave. 20._8- 

is specious 3-bedrm. bric HY ai 
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ny 4, % leon cash x ee FORECLOSURE RANCHERO 1 mt. N. o™ LS on “on US a0. 90 to ov prefeastonsh for vaale crown” AKC n La Ss Be | hed 3300 Sak LDkn 
Y ch rgice N. Ari. iocation Price. Pores - and-span and on 2 eri Here ». . lot of pee for & cb -Tm. ern home. : ales weeded hills and ravines. , os 
immediate occu If you Rave Ss hopped ough money' bedrms baths. se Sides h.- Steed tC. bell’ am neariy miles of natural sand; * : < immuniz TRUCKS, 
a 70 eT & Co., INC spacious 3- year-old. HA, Tancher| to know walues and have the | den with ep Setnedrat ams: oe: > bay ~ #. 81 SALE 
with gil, basement. batt A car.) € rage te act auickly, you can iv vel sft ar : A =| ¥ community bullding. tre yeating . 
port almost certa aly gst this Ouse tach: *. set furn cottage for so; 45 
UY ASH? fe. living ‘re room mats ‘wae’ Hed n-| Sesto i as below o ee an Hao al approved| wGidney 2. tor hom aor mi boven “Prince Prederick: lit- | patece ts 
ee - | > blue and biue-cream, 
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Gi SPECIAL erator. 0 Heel Bd. dispasal:| end street, but” within “easy Krtax Realty, JE 4-4900 | custom ambler on the Potomac | or. Va. P 
a breezy. er lot | walking of bus and | built, 2 yrs. old, on ee ee {in- F kk 
exceptionaliiy immaculate 2 ang oat GI APP AT 5 . In er area side city limits). 3 + re- enwic . Md. 
room brick home in eeee~ta © 19.2 bout 10 peers e ha S 150 large livi rm.. Kil. 14516 Ch | Cc 
ston li bemt. with rec ee L. . Walters, Inc. aif ing @ 12x14 4 amily room. & . e ‘, aries County 
reven for sid. ado Call Ja. ‘8 VA baad let. . = ve ls bedrms. coparete _ to h. 5. sehs. _— OPEN SUNDAY ton Yan .. 
/ ‘teak he Randa at SERVICE ly. er from & ou | dio. mm.; ull Basement Ground -_ letely enced “Cor 2-6 ‘53 Chet. 1-Ton Pickup . 
REA -. Tat Aa sis with 5% down if | DBaneled rete ain : rd restview 4dr. , ‘ + op eeeP 
L CLOSE R bI x. Rt —. Ay. almost as screened por shite asset be r , 9 prand-new. year. rouné home Built 
fo . tain - . Wate s 
“peautiful brick “colontel. 3 tone ambier Bare” to" be tes act it a... | hind. Kite e, neer ‘sence; © or freat pjhedrm. brick he “and, 
: s.. sep. din. tm. powder rm. - E PRIVILEGES diately os foreclosure sa sale is set | OF regu ——~_ A: ae iful trees, lake] way to serage Worth kin ee ng ah 4781 - 
liv. with firepi.. Truly custem. 3-bedroom g-bet for the now vacant, ear Vienna.| Sat to sarage. rth looking into | VROLET_52 12-ft. alu- 
fom ie tu bemt. Terrific tie “Arline. poms. oy o : tu iaeis! se Laree St * Commuting distance minum van. five-door, partaat con - 
sg oa at only #20. dining -,, ‘Yox18"'m = ~y rm. Parker, Smith & Donnell | a LAURIE CORP. bide. pte rary "180 i $1295 or best offer. RA 
95) 50 DOWN | tats sipecth inkentepst “ford JA. 7-6161 JA. 7-8817 : , “HALL. ine SUNDAY ute i 
Srners, $38,990. CRO . ) MO. burs Tor SED 10 cre estat PORE | Le ater, ail rs 
c ie ee * MORE eS a, a : = 
: pamit.- territie "ie with "uih:| Sa 9-007 ~~ - = rd. tera ! oo. a. ,—. aped ease. lac ¢. bane ale, 3 
Spee iS oes = th: GSS OpEORTUNITY KING RANCHER | For YOUR MONEY Pome Bs. sats HIER) ctitr” Toews are Fenr-round homes aa rod a i so 
| Bveryth this 3-bed- “ iit 78) mn commuting dis eta . = 
4 Bedrms. agll Baths P Tedems “hs “bathe, viet. iy, room. 3 og fo ie bath brick Bitchen. at large saa offer ie ae ken house. us Be | | Chree ~ To reach en gf D ‘et hay ickup. —" $00 
¥ replace. equip t.. “ basem | Bri at: | anteed. 
= te time gitered i. Paton é Coutves Bee enehesed 4 et. os rage er. arace. a. Lh. — rm. at ine iow. low price of $16.-| 10 ACR IRI + | lis. 5 ey down Indian Head | $385, “ aisetapercasion. ke Oy 
Dn lo appreciate ‘Askine al esnsies Gi or - egoure| r der. Wice "e oom left 2 mi, Pen sign on prop-| 
500 ‘a or NOK-G! a oneve "ER OWELL cO., , INC. | eg | edwoos rambler, 3 oo | an - . -ton DB 
sidered. t miss [+ ranean Rity.,. JE. 2-31 10! scien i We pet | Shag “iow a ree SB IVE —M WILKINGON | ; ae > allies), | BD: comp letely reconditioned ry) 
. | GIDEE-IN Neo ar ) ~~ i, AL abov bs 7 y equ £004 fimance 
This A. ; At | Sooded reat Rew ct Soa ‘| Art + Lee | ai, inc" veirten. Vs. ceed Indian Mead high- | 4 sio77, on" Boo't mise this bardein. aries . 4 
ares “ ) e 

rm. with revises: “seperate. di din sy ote, Sees » Senened CES) sor rambler “ss areas ANTIOUE BRK i room Sitka ae A sian om NK SMALL JR Inc. Manhattan Auto 

Riored fer "Tis se “Gall 5 go luxe equip. Bit. with h dish washer: a ch a ae ONE- | To pa par 7 » DIZON & CO 1138 Gesg Dope 84. os Sales & Service Imported and 

P _ has 2. ert. work a i INTER American care. Est. 1614 

GiI——-GI ' ‘oa —— ‘| R Cy Ma S Best ‘Pat t380. UM, 7th and & Sts. NW. 
"This ts really « buy. 3 bedrm | le que!" ws replace. C ” Use ry’ . HObvert 82-7000 
se chapeie hrheasten, Oe ores, tma! S Hf ie ae ae "EA Brand New 1956 JAGUARS 
i 3 Ht aps FARM FOR LEASE Bom tts with 3 Seren: sxeel- For lenemactinty Delivery at 


elec. garage. 
‘ house, truck : 
_ cSraet a 


arorme (hus util uitlity. a 
“Sietee bar hurry! ot 


ee, Pavoni. 2b ROOM + 


cai 


= 


+ LOTS, FARMS, ESTATES 


Estee tae eee 


~ 
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‘ace TA} 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD A 
5? Saturday, August AM, 1956 eeoes 


AUTOMOBILES, 3 SALE 


— $5 Riviera 
: excel a must Prat secriber. cae 


=) hie 
pas, ged * Outstanding for 


AKERS OLDS-CADILLAC CO. 
Pairiington Shopping. Cente 
_Alezandcria. Va OV. 3- 0350 


‘55 BUICK 
$1495—$195 DN. 


epre hard top. fully ¢eulpned: 
owner. For eredit approvgl. call 


a BLASS & CLARK 


Cor. 6. Cao. & Fie. Ave. NE 


evy Chase ‘Chevrolet 
sin_ Ave 00 
site Ted ease" eeae 
- panes g a Be. ; Necset hardtop cony.: 
' Renter and defrosters. Immacuiate ree 
"Vaxe BRANCH 
Chevy Chase Chevrolet | our 
et Conn Ave OI 4 
_“Yeed Car and Truck Seies_Oniy 


‘5531495 — 
kl 


we 


e| <Alr lu 
tautone oe 
tone interio 
Sanemiesion. etc 
b > 


BUK * hard- 


f. 


he hel sb al Riv] era 
hit Ps. 
laatic : 
new Ford and 5. — 
condition. $1395 


1237 Bast-West 
53-7804 


Spring. JU 


h 
osu excel 


9 
McKEE PONTIAC 
Pp PUN TAC means re + 
NEW USED CAR LOCAT!I 
19th and L Sts. 3 W ST 
VROLET “Me 
Rivier a et Red a white 
$2099 Spare never 
tee and h. 2a . trade or terms NE 
IRS Piper Branch R- 


$2199 : o 4. av4 
full power. dyn n 
CHEVROLET 48. Radic and heat 
er 


dt 
ARLEX “MOTORS, HNC. 


On = ley Hey at Shi irjington, | 
rij 
— 
1951 hiviers. , Ny and 
32 Su per Riviera "herd. 
top. dyne and sa49 


yy 
a hard 
~ “ eaas mi 


t 
$799 
h. $649 


Mca. JU 


finish pow stcerin 
] MITCHELL'S MO- 
N 222 24 &. N.W. EBX 


. over payments Brit sei) 
ca ge convertible. Ever: Nouri. WO 155. between 
er st eering Continents! d °°. mm 
Thacker Mo- 
ave. ne. LA 


2-2300 
pend me 
Pin Branch mance 


A convert 
feater. white. 
like new. Soo . 
ARLEX MOTORS, TNC. 


On Shirier Avy at Shirtingtos 
93-4616 


2th and R 


x sedan Blue 


power 


1384 ba 
wer steer 
CCC «cuarant Sa. 


; 3. 
Capitol Cadillac-Olds Co 
1222 224 St. NW ST. 3-2600 


CADILLAC—i1955 Series “62 sedan 
pa. A cau! +457 , “Ppearenece and 


AKERS. OLDS CADILLAC co. 
Pa! + yee Sh opping. A 8 
Alexancri Ve 3-0 


Cane. LAC—1955 
Pa 4 


— orone. 
V-* beaety has See 3-tone 
aute treme... fr @ 
ons throughout 


“Stohiman Chevrolet 
3308 M 


arctop 
radio. heater 
7 Like 


tires 


Ivory and tureucise 
ee or and 6 
ew. $1445 

Ch evy Chase Chevrolet 
25 Wisconsin Ave 

crty ’ hardtop 


Cer 


4. 
rakes PT 


Capitol Gaile Olds Co 


Beau- 
& nh 


exceptionally clean car. $1 See 
Mr Worl 


Stohiman i. 
w“ 


= Si de luxe - 


have power- 

giide automatic transmission Many 
are l-owner cars. scid and serv- 
ic ‘here since new, priced from 
. = ures ra toe Ch C 

riven hevy Chase Chevrolet 

WHEELER, ine 7725 Wisconsin Ave i 

CHRYSLER -PLYMOV TH. IMPERIAL 
EARGEST WASHINGTON DEALE 

800 Wisconsin NW EM 35-4708 
CADILI AC— $5 62 convert @} . 

54 Fleetwood ' 

51 compe De. 


ENGLISN FORD «eetien wacce 


sedans end aD wOToRS 
r : oTO Inc. 
2501 Columvta Pike. Arlingten 
IA. 53-9223 


rorD— + Custom 2-dr 
7.500 


twin exhewsts 

Powerglide trans 

clear plastic stress jet 
ih wit tires. $2495 


: Ani 
: we bi A ~~) bd 
steering po Oo MOTOR Co. 5333 Wis. Ave 


Pesiés Coc 
sareant 


ear Cadillac-Olds Coa 
1222 224 St. NW ST. 3-2600 
CaDILLAC— | black sedan 


Rk FRANK ra ae ik. - INC. 


17% Goed Hepe Rad 

: it. 1 ~9647 oat 
FORD— 53 Custom 4-dr sedan 
Porgomatic. r. sad & Eucollent 
Soncitien. Owner, RA. 6- he Tle 

"SS FORD MAINLINE 
Radice and heater new plaid seat 
covers. yh rovel-dive Snish. Thiet 
ear ike so brand 
an “4 new one ana ‘tel vers sp soenam? 


eo? 
‘ia? 


°*. Air r 
“tone blue ” and sno-shoe white 


CADILLAC— 1989 ao” SBoeecia! 
lack -w. tires. power steering 
radio heat er aye dra-M6tic. custem 
sterior with power windows $2355 
AKERS OL OS. CADILLAC CO 
ington Bhopving Cent 

tlemnd ria. Va ov 0350 
CADILLAC 
| ter 


ONEVROUET — t pickup 
48 Chevrole’ : 

50 Chevrolet ten ? 
53 Chevrolet i-ton pickup.. 
37 Pord ctue 9 
53 Chevrolet “ton pickun $1095 
ROSENTHAL. CHEVROLET 

: G ebe Rad and Colu 

Hy 3 vied riingto ya 

Power Glide. 4 + beautify 

black fimish. owner-drt* 849° 
ROSENTHAL CHEVROLET 

Glebe Read and Columbia we 

Ar! insten. Va A 72 


Dped 
brakes 33995 


rant 
gentin Cadillac-Olds Co. 
1222 224 St NW ST. 3-2600 

CADILLAC—1955 2" coupe At-¢ 
2-tone gray finish. Fully “ 

{1 including power steering 

New condition 


ri zs &. >1 mar 
mace your dédown 


. _ ROYAL MOTORS 

; + CHRYSLER-PLYMOUT#H-IMPFRIAI 
— 58 convertibie “Cora! 4100 Ga Ave. WW. TA. 8-2300 
and ivory tipish Matching leather Porn—.1955 Fairlane ¥-s club ov- 
interior wergiice. f.. : onte dan ler 2 . bi nish 


cvitnder new 

down en epproved credh. Call Ay 

come tm for euick credit apoere: 
CENTER. 627° FH a 


Only $375 
€hurber Cadillac- Olds 


BRADLEY quorrt ING CE) 


Ps 
tio ily i 10 42 VEL 
Y, of MO an. bes 14th and R. I. ae Chevy Chi Chase CRavrotet 
5 Car and Treck Sales Only” 
ORD Model A i931. recently 


= . . Nozsanyde 
guarentee 

Capitol Cadillac Olds Co.“ 
324 NW $F. 3-3 

—IiY > al " seoan peau- 

tiful beige ae »ronze finish. fully 

oo 33 ped. very iow milease. Oniy 


Suburban Cadillac-Olds cHEVROLE 


station wagon 
BRADL ERY si eater finish. Powerglide, o peater 4 
ADI Lac —_ 50 Fleetwood 


cleanest in town fa 7 an secan music 
less black finish Inside and out MONROE FORD CO. Poca *s re - 9038 Prose 
1 Cadillac -eauipped ~%, = 


5100 WIS. AVE. NW 
&- 


— 53 convertible ~ Oris- 


all interier 
7 7 too owner overhauled. yt 
Low mileage Beastioul car. Only. oGer — 

$45 down on oved ed 1935 


n tor. “eule crecit «ap- radio —s exc 
. * + 13th > a | nea ceptionally c-m-r 


_ 


183 8-2 oe oe WT verre 
Dasseneer 
sreen. HA eBep 


Cc NtvaD 
inal finish 
-* res 


appreciated 
proved credit 
ouick creat 
12th 
624 ve ne ot 
eo Glos m- cliev borg T 33 sa 
as AP EY 
come in for at 5° 
Bie BRS dilGives se “New Yorker @ 


a. 
t aporoval 
and beaut. brence finish 


12th 


Mus: seen to be aoprecisted 
bt pe od ‘ A, or I mi. Spe 


= peyment c 
FRANK SMALL JR., INC. 


3200 Penne. Ave SE LU "2-9827 
LU. 1-9667_ 


white ?t new 
“ on $4795 an be 
~ ™ st 415 Marietta pi. mw. TA rice on 


Pull 
“CADILLAC” 52, $1495 |. ROYAL } MOTORS 


Ave NW TA 9-2900 
—1556 Windser custom 
zc. cond. inside aad owt 
9 OL. 6-7995 
1955 ree Newpor: 
cons are “Tier- yo convertible Beautiful dark 
" ounem ‘green and ivory 


~fardios eoupe 
h 


FORD..1955 Sunlimer 
bilge and white &nish 
5 Le — Be y steering and 


"MONROE FORD eB 
5100 Wis. AVE nw. 
ment including indos. ats Wo 6.79% = 9 
steering and brakes. Has a - — ronan — “Si r on 

smart styling plus . 17.500 mi Carefatis Grivem by 

t engineering makes lawryer-owner - ren- 

port. LI. 5-6700. ext * Alter 

51 or "32 ® BO. 2-j 


53 Ranch Wages: tr & h 
‘oe ROYAL MOTORS pod ST eee S850 or best offer 

in in exce! Hent CHRYSLER-PLYMYOUTH-IMPERIAI 

Ea' uipped with radio . Nw TA. $-2900 
ew ’ 


éip —_ a 
geous white 
Eidorado red 

power c 
sharp 

an approved credit 

provai. call or com 


AUTO CENTER, 12th Ss oo 


te ; 
ana K sts 


—$——_—_ <<» 


1955 custom sedan 


Chevy Chase Chevrolet 
8401 Conn 4-4674 
' uck Ba) es Oni3 : 


aed ; 

bitte tt eases -ar.. exc. cond CHR YSL. 
ivory: Ww w.t.. heater and defroster. LARG Ww 
Reasonable cash HU. 3-34 800 

CHEVROLET — 15950 sedan with mu- 
sic and heat or guarqates D.C 
inspection: $5 do a week 
Phone for credit eaneevel Many 
ocees cars to golees from —same 


BU OPERMATIC: MOTORS 


Reautify 


-PLYMOU 5 grt ves 


eo Sm EAE 
cor sin 

RY ie tety Windsor fur 7 

4-d Original dark = — engine : “oe 


lhe new 
bo) 


_ -— Re 4 


"ROYAL. ‘MOTORS tone. new tires. 


CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH- IMPERIAL Best offer coree S3bes 
090 4100 Ga. Ave NOW TA . 3- 


55 an CHRYSLER— SS New la 
(2). in good condition: excellent hardtop oxen. cond. Ee 
transportation at small cost. Call tual mi blue «& 
I 53-5078. MR ALTRED Fut sas $3505 or best convertible and hardteos 
r 
new brake & trans. & valves. © 436 : 1580 J sedan AKERS oOLDS-CADILLAC co. 
or best offer. OL 64-3361. OL. Radic and heater 9345 Pairlingten enter 
: tate Won ee aR & ono. ie. | Alesandria. Vs © 
CHR > or 4-4F FORD — 1953 Custemiine Forder 
owner. rt & ohte new-car cellent shape’ 
cond Our special, T - 
only. KIRK MOTOR co. > ao0s 


heater 
=a le 

ew Yorker 
fuse sedan _ RW 2-tone 
e ring 


a C 
wer -s 240) 
brakes. powerflight "1 *s y 2” 
Excelien: 


.-* 


; ull 

tires radie heat- 
xtr ras. es 
$495 Ave 


redio and 
very oF 
or 6000 


INC. 


mos 


FRANK SMALL JR., 


2290 Penns. Ave. SE. LU ee tsa 
‘ a; Club Coupe ——— 

tien waron. Original! - _ H 

tah ovensaee, ter be clean, 


ne Stylin. this newspaper is an active supporter. 


> 
i935. Gee Mr 


AD_ abe IS o-eere 
1-610. DOPGE—1955 Custom Reval Lan- 
, Aur 2- seerger 


"3484 aftel 7 o a. oF 


Exce!- 
. 


S bts 
Si custom V3 chub 


ez Coral Cadillac-Olds Co. | 


os and aute- 
Shey ce Creel Low 
ides 


NOTICE TO READERS 


The Washington Post and Times Herald never 
knowingly publishes misleading, fraudulent, or 
“bait” advertising. 


All advertisements are accepted for publication on 
the premise that the product is properly described 
in the advertisement, is available at the advertised 
address, and will be willingly sold to the consumer 
at the price and conditions stated in the advertise- 
ment. 


If any reader ever encounters anything less than 
faithful compliance with these conditions, we 
would appreciate knowing it. 


Advertisers who deliberately violate these stand- 
ards will not be permitted to use our advertising 
columns. 


Just call or write the Better Business Bureau, 507 
Perpetual Building, NAtional 8-2727, of which 


| Hardtop. 


— SS hardtop Monterey: 


a eee and Cont etal kit: 
eee ae peay dee oe ae 


951 Porthing i 


MERCURY ‘i: aie ree 
MONTEREY FE is 
$95 DOWN 

a oe 


aD. 


radio, heater. 
ercomatic 2-tone 

m w.-w. tir 
re it eall 


|. 4-2396 


MILLER MOTOR CO. 


316 Pieridae Ave. NE. 


‘SS CHEVROLET 


Bel Air 2-Deer 


Full Price $1695 
le 


}|'50 Hudson ... +. $295 


14th ond Fis. Ave. NW. 
RO. 21-7500 


97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE ~ 97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE 
° MERCUR 56 papatore: hard 
KAI 51 me at. fully 1p 82 
tonal Snian Soden. > ht — sreen' 250 T le Trailer Villece. Alex 
yara. drive. etc ° 
“— ma, racer A A oes es Monterey 4-47. An 
nam st pais - “ - 
friends will never pelieve s-eietse, one-ove 


LUNCOLR ; OO MER: BX 
BiedensDurs 


outstanding 


Uten 


equipmen' 
ARLEX MOTORS, INC. LINCOLN — 199 Cos 


' IMPERIAL 
on Shiney Ney st micnapinn ARLE MOTORS. INC ee 
o Ta55 Pairlane ¥-s x aver | On ae per at Prince i th a7 —$ 2 | 


woe < BE Cpese 
; terms. $20 dn ee - 
7 Mt oniy 123 ON 
ed 100. Rover Mir fr | a tothe RY 
’ ot Cosme conv. A. and 715 Bieadensbure Ra.| 
bh. © black. Power too. win- 
eeu Excel. cond. $695. JA 


Rydre- A gg ee Tk > 0 ae CHEVROLET 
ARLEX MOTORS, INC. . $945 
. 


RK MO 
Se 
pordo- On shi irteg Hey at Bhirjington srecers og 
LINCOLN * “yf . 
_ : 
et [TIONED 


conv. coupe 


NO CENTER -w 
m tA, 
stem upe 
te. ustom 
tiemally clean ‘1145 
Co.. 3333 Wis 


Capri hardtop urbe @ site Byetiovitie . me. 7-0110 


‘52 STUDE. .$395 


econem jeal. cas saving ever- 
drive. ‘i i: family 


L OLDSMOBILE’S 
* n LOCATION 


1539 FA. AVE. 8.4. 
LL 


redio heater. 
sa” covers. Once, 
ape mechanically 


oin. = co. sa00 $1196. KIRK MO- ~ WHEELER, INC. 


Gs. ave. ow. TA coeystER-PLYMOUTH-IMPERIAL 


my 3 FORD LARGEST WASHINGTON DEAL 
REPOSSESSED ‘Sinner aie GR Ss 
$449.50 TOTAL Stee a 


tone. auto. tr 4 
Best 


“hd ‘4 3 
13.000 actus] miles 
3-202? 


com 
, eccesser Les Owner must 
Tudor, 2-tene fint ine. soon. Call JU “+. 9893 Friday 


a and bh: $4.50 come, end tobe 
belance st oniy Pee eee 
ror. fast reais ay at moat conve 


. <n > 
“SECURITY MOTORS site ieee av, 
4th and N. Y. Ave. NW. pre-O-Maticy ct cogttulgeed: sia88 


ber, Binds oe Pe ae ~ ye white 
soit alee as go 


ful custom Por-| 
‘abt finish 


Monterey hardtep 
tires, excellent 
5. Pi- 


— many 


rea. ecomemy car for MERCURY — “s 


convertible. =.-w 
condition. low mi 
nencing can be erransed. KE 


-1954 Montere + -door 


ep 
> 


90 Peed custom v8 4-dr 
$100 Wis 


o 
* Cher = "oe $350 PORD. 
r $300 
ew Yorker 4-¢r 
Cheme $300 
$300 


Ss=sSs 


‘covers. 


x» 
A 


- 
~<A 


OO and tires Former 


-1 
-@? 
A te eualified second uest 4 Ne 
an <TOO! Bpecia ; oy 
: . + v 


“eo 
Pr 


Palle Churen DeGoto-Piymo ita 
Lee Bev at Midwees Ave 


— radio. heater | 


«re finish. FR.) 
4 = ~ “this bargain 
MERY - 


ryYyvuvvrvvvyv*< 


KIA 


Big Discounts—Huge Sevings—Cash or Trede 
Brand New 


‘96 PONTIACS 
> =9395-. 


Convertibles—Catelinaes—4-Doors— 


4-deer: share. 
hrysier ... $450 


. A a ee ee be be be 


‘56 MERCURY 


Cestem t-deor @ te 
cheese from). Glameer 
ten with <«reen nylon, 
light green vingl tnterter, 
autematic transmission, 
radie, heater. foam cush- 
jones. side wmirfers, plus 
extras. 
LIST $3263 


SAVE $769 


Now %2495 


Grady Motors 
1809 Wise. Ave. 
OL. 6-4200 


yy Y YY YY LY LY LY CS 


‘36 CHRYSLER 


New Yorker St. Recis Hardtop; 
r. end bh.. eustem secesseories 
group. P.B.. FW. FP. seat, con- 
venience group. 


Trade, Terms, 24 to 36 Mo. 


SKINKER 
MOTOR CO., INC. 


Piymesth, Chrvreter, | et ne 
Washinten's ae ‘ 


Washington's Only Dewntown 
Dealer 


1216 20th St. N.W, 
Di. 7-4310 


ae a - h. 
omical standard transmis- 


spostat DeLuxe 4-4t-5 r. & &. 
covers. ree 
ra transmission. light arer fin- 


& bh... everd 
mileage, tight eray finish. 


STEWART BUICK 


1525 Wilson Bivd., Arlington, Va. 


"rar JA. 5-7350 sc 


9 P.M. SUNDAYS 


“AIR-CONDITIONED 
» 1956 OLDSMOBILES | 


> 98 DE LUXE HOLIDAY SEDANS . 
eet numbers 162, 901, 906. (3 te itt 


aN ae letawer bydrametic @rive 
brekes. electric windows. electric seat. 
‘edie. beater ond defroster, reat-seat speaker. « 
“ap lights. white-wall tires and mone ether extras. 


98 DE LUXE FOUR DOOR SEDAN 
Stock No. 907 


Cstemediio ~* ietawer brdrematic @rive 
 pewer brakes. + tenting redie. rear ‘ 
~~ and defroster, tinted class, oversize tires yy By x 


Sele Priced $3695.00 


a 88 DE LUXE HOLIDAY SEDAN 
Stock moe’ No. 889 


oir -conGitiontn hrdremeatic rive. ae 


= e Aicbis,  overa oversize ning gina so de jane "petted dah, ‘Saas 


@lece and many other extras 


4 Sele Priced $3695.00 
> EIGHTY-EIGHT 
Stock No. 117 


FOUR DOOR SEDAN 
4 Au <qapiiontne. bréreme ite drive. de texe tadie. de texe beater 


package and many other ; a. cushions. white-wall tires, pewer 
Sale 7: $2895.00 
4 KEllog 7-1300 
Open Daily, 8 to 9; Saturday, 9 to 6. Closed Sunday 


ee ae 


afr- conditioning. 


SEE oR CALE 
US AT ONCE! 


A wide select 
company cars 


PAUL BROS. OLDSMOBILE 


5220 Wisconsin Ave. 


ion of 7 civics and 


had 
at similar substantial sav 


Benk Terme te Fie 
Your Budget 


Station Wagons 


We Went Be Outecld or 
Under 

free 2-Year Gearantee With 
ber "SA , , 
immediate Delivers— 
fe Dele 


Trade, Terms 24 to 36 Mo. 


SKINKER 


MOTOR CO., INC. Wisconsin Ave. 


Washingtesn'’s Only Dewntewn 
Dealer 


1216 20th St. N.W. 
Di. 7-4310 


= 
. Sie RB LL ave ne. 
MUDSON— 1955 Country Club hard- 


ae a 


ve. an out - 
popu 


pewer steering. rr. & h.. avte- 
matic .» bow mi. 
serviced br us since 
YMOUTH WAGON 
met be tel from new 
$1695 
MOTORS 


De ee Dealer 
Aves. 


OL. “4-1000 


Teder “6.” a. & 


t-dr. sedan “6.” 


Convertitte “V4.” fall 


Like brand-new. 


Hoetidar. 
brakes. very sherp. 


“MONROE. FORD CO. 


far your protection with a 30-d 
writien 


CONVERTIBLE 
$85 DOWN 


Y PA 
ordomatic 
pees 


jamdig, $088 Roper term ‘Si dows anc 


Be Lawe- E-paas | cbr 
New “upol. tg ] 


ROYAL ‘MOTORS. 
eo “HR YSLSR-PLYMOUTH.- [MPERiA 
100 Ave NW TA . 

—S3 New Yorker 4-er 
oneal clean. well cared for 
T? 


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Si iaka. S'boRE wO'EMRCR) Ci deers eG 
Kenyon-Peck Chevrolet (meres “ST Crows Tons 
w $ abe s tot ee 
| cleae. Medea ee 
WHEELER, INC 


to drive 


Chevy Chase 
Cone Ave 


: nea 
imaace with sits a0 ¢own a is 


ROYAL MOTORS = 
aS 1 aaa 1a. 


4-dr. Mack, Hydra-Matic, z.. a. 


a 


A ae et ll ceil thsi ate we 


1216 20th St. NW. 
Di. 7-4310 


Se. all a 


129 


‘SS CHEVROLET . . . *895 
‘55 FORD:....... 995 


equipped. 


‘54 OLDS. “98” 


fully equipped. ee ee 


2». FORD....... 145 


, Sipe, & white, fully equipped, power steering, 


50 OLDSMOBILE . . . *99 
‘Ab PONTIAC :..... *25 


poe 


today and wn Dean wpe 
Merry. 


“For the Best Pontiac Deal See McNeil” 


,McNEIL PONTIAC 


“In the Heart of eS 


Ma, Li, Ml, ll, Ml, Ml, ln. 


Bill Adams 


= Eegeaes | Celebrates 
ere SSCS | MS pecendey wun 
pe these bargains 


‘55 FORD....... *995 


7-7. tres. 


145 


t-tene finish, v-« ay A = 4dr, 


; tewe paint. —— 


64 Chev. $1,295 


Rel Ale 4-doors Pewerstide. #, 
beater 


54 Sete 


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at # Meters, Sajurday, August 11,68 PM 


‘Open Tedey 9 TH 9 


_97)THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
ety Saturday, August nN, 1956 53 


poten > LH MANDELL CHEVROLET 


Attention! 


pies "Ne. 
, a BARRY-PATE 
mp «FECIAL Paice sree | igg coeg 
fe Db. SUTLER, Ine. ee ee wey ther CHEVROLET 
Cons. & Vin Ave. Kp, 4-t000]] Settee, showroom “j1de Comm, pve, ow 
Opposite ny/ower Hotet 


-Deer: o “Eo one 
"$4 Mercury . $1295 1 geod exceliont trans- | 

ae Ee ee Peessooose 

and} fare 1'55 Chevrolet. $1295 


“T10" t-deer: Hight biwe finish: 


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BARRY-PATE eB <= Fy RR 

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— 
‘S3 FORD Lat gy ga 
$1695 


beater. automatic 
Ox weed car 


Alber Olds | BARRY-PATE 


1801 Bladensbere B44. W.E. 


2 Micck South of BN. Y. Ave. ADVENTURER 
. See Ay HARD To Fino 


“Weshington'’s Oldest 
Cheorolet Dealer” 


CHEVROLET wry igen 


“Washin ton’s Oldest $895 


T bee 
Che et “Dealer § s¢8t covers: exeeiiont transper- 
¥ GAC Terms Champion @¢ laxe “®" 4-deer) P Hyattsville, Md, 
éart : Beater end over- S110 Hamilton 61. AP. 71-0110 


"SS CHEVROLET pov ¥ (Pe 4) wocccccoceoe!| 1956 CHRYSLER 
or 
. | ‘$2 STUDEBAKER 


tise C | tation. 


te Mayhew Miatet | 
2 ay er a 
RA 1- Oven "tl 9 63 Studebaker . $665 


SeOooeeoe 


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3540 14th St. N.W. | 
$1,595 **7U. 2.4000 : HARDTOP | NEW YORKER SEDAN 
ru. peice $695 COMPANY OFFICIAL 4-40. sedan. Mrérametio &.. ©. 
f Exceptions! ber. 


3-tene potent. 


4 2&-teme $1195 


ye © 9 we ‘53 CHEV. ... .$895 
fern t. w.-@. tres; rtabe shore. —— - : —_ 
SKINKER gene: | ‘ a a Cleeed Sunday pannel ron Seneeent tow tom trim. ctasving oi Alber Olds 
B ear gear one er 


; Meter Co. Inc. | RRY-PATE Addison Chevrolet antes and tithe 1h cus he Dt. t-s196 
E Rinne’ ian core fp CHEVROLET § A. sieia "SS BUICK, 92847 Bee Se = ton 
Desler Ch ¢ Dealer” ; ¢ Sesetife! gay . 
Weshkhingten _—_ Dewntewe 1198 Conn. Ave. NW wobelatery” 7. a ~~ 7 
ie ANNOUNCEMENT! | BUY WITH NEW 


Opp. Mayflower Hotel i 
1403 Penn. Ave. SE. ne (hasy GMAC Terma) 54 Sryeewte H.B. Leary Jr. & Bros., inc. || 1 4M Bm. KW. DL T-sine 


Li. 4-4800 ._ :&. , 1612 You St. N.W. BO. 9-c000 11° j } 
| tees cone AE Set: | 54 BUICK, $19471] USED CAR DEPARTMENT | CAR SECURITY 


Readmasiter cenvertiblice. beawtt- 


| sgt - top: 
10,000-MILE S| Se MOVED!! ® Fully Guaranteed! 


, peat own pfotice Weer: Mercomostie, x. & unt Ave. we pu y-se0e 5335 wi A Nw w 
ttention! x § on, cooreved eredit. Terms t« car title and worresty.  Reesler "48 PONTIAC, $197; from isc. Ave. N.W. fe more conven- e,@ 
year piles, 83768. soon ee I ient downtown location just across the street | © Full Q d ed 
WARRANTY tires Am sxeaiont bey st thie I from our new car and service building at | U y econ ition 


8 -4ee0r Bel Air: radle & heater = 
leeks Whe sew. Trade. termes. 


\ (Lew Dews Payment) 
(Balance, GMAC) CAR 


Teo 8 srades ond officers anv- i Carr Discount ae PRICE, $2995 tires. Aw © 


fimanced with a& price. 
plications bad 5345 Benntag B4. N.E. 616 &. tT. Ave NE BU. 1-S800 
ms LATE MODELS® § to. niaas Lit ©. SUTLER, ine. es emp . 9687 1828 L ST. N.W. 
. . Bs 2 | af 


Burrell M 1'31 Buick $69sh _— aed Fe ge ead SEE OUR DISPLAY TODAY ! ! 


2191 sige ey N Radice and beater. Dreafiew: *. res. a.. 
a oa “SS PLYMOUTH 'S3 BUICK sic BL Ave. ME. DU. 7-S200 
‘S3 Buick $1295 V-8 2-deer. Bisck. Radie, Saper Riviers coupe: tions |] EMERSON & ORME | ¢ 


beater, white wall tires. paint. Dreafiew, (BUICK) 
la Washington BD. C.. Pentlac Means MeKee 


vee 19th & LST.N.W. ST. 3-7100 


| PLE peice $695 deer sedan; extra-chare. $1197 $1195 17 oe ate Pa Lt — “ 
o16 & Ave. & 7-6 


Racy ones N54 Ford $14959'> Alcorn Motors Alber Olds — 


Radice sed beater. Ferdemeatic, 
@.0, tres, 6920 Ise Bighwer i 1801 Bladensbere BA. LF. 
Artingten. Ve J&. 23-5050 Li. 4.enee LS SEES 
1 Bleck South of N.Y. Ave ’ 5 3 Love That Pontiac! 


L26?. "S1 Chev. $5955 
venin Closed Sundar 

Addicow Chevrolet Seecial 3-dr.; ©. ond &.: elean, oak Seana 1956 m= ° € 
Main ont, Tiass’ "ESS Buick ... .$249598 We Have Them! Bi-ss‘guick, $14974, BUICK S. <' RB 
ED Super hordicn: 7 ant b. Sree DACK ARDS Be Matric ti ie aren PONTIAC SALE | = 
. é F equipped. including sir-condi- _ : ‘ a . 
> iF ; From ‘éfe te ‘Sés. AN bOGTERE tioning. ©. and b&b. Drnaflew Riviere hardtep; pewer . ‘i 
$1 CADILLAC 51 Chevrolet $4695 styles. One-owner cars. ond v0. trens thereaghly re- brokes, power steering, \ a a 
COUPE DEVILLE Wecen: ali-metel bedr; beater & COVINGTON MOTORS EMERSON A ORME or , " wie: ; . ‘  . 


Merdtes. Light biee. Ra- nanan ; 
io, banter, scat covers pig one beweres™ 7301 Wis. Ave. (Beth.) ee ae oe dows. 100% guarantes. 


$1395 'S4 Buick ....S179SER ot. 2.9200 p 
Centers bardtep t-deer: radie “The Garage with « —_ 
Alcorn Motors €5°"%*”™™O"””™ nnn BENDALL’S 
6920 Lee Highway | 
Arfactes. Va. 75. 29-5068 AB JENRING works 
Remblier sony: new ten 4 seettie Pentiae 


bi recer © 
' int; die end heater. . c © 
r=~wTewTewyTetwyTtewTeYwTw’.*". ‘. eien ; $70 . ataltms eape. 


‘SS Buick ....$239584 ‘56 MERCURY $8 se: p---—: 
‘45 


BR. ond b.. Dros... FB. ond F.S. CUSTOM STATION 
MILITARY PAGE-HUGHES BUICK 5 # WAGON 
BENDALL PONTIAC ond take ever lew monthly 


621 ARLINGTON B8LYD. 
PERSONNEL felle Church, Ve. Aas ogg cae, yom. 1625 Fiinece St payments. 
Come ie tedey! 


JE. 3-11 On Rewte 98 plastic Interter, automatic ae SS , 
: OVerieck 32-1600 3720 Georgia Ave. WLW. Pree Porking! 


ATTENTION J tran dhe "is wand 3, trea, vedeed ; Call Now for Credit where your fret sale begras 
Tor © crades and officers anr- a eases, | Approval 7 @ Metime friendship 
where financed with ne down o 
Sam. “ms wn Has rome $1395 18 save $022 $ anny vans | Monticsc :|4x0 | 

gcd ESTE] w.25 pYVVVvVvvew" 


TU 9 4200 Soetet 2 low ... $2896 io. eT 
phe pe Mab GRADY MOTORS 
pu moss fy CHEVROLET Fe Ceitnin SH ne >NO GIMMICKS 

1,961 


7400 Georgie Ave. N.W. Ros a ee copies <a SAVE 
New 1956 Plymouths qn2” 3 1954. 


Easy GMAC Terme — 
with OF 

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4-deor sedan; 2-tone paint; heater and de luxe trim. S ; 


Yee. 2". 2 1$ ALBER OLDS 
, 10 
‘2,924 ca 


| Rese “wieéeer ho fiminh. 
HE | i i HERE! 4 Colonial Oldsmobile’s : 1956 stage 
New 1956 De Soto q atx Ge ome .60 E 
; a $ MONTH fF 


, LOWEST TERMS ANYWHERE 


ay ae By ee ae eee 
- ~ tee! Soe w 


1389 PA AVE. 8.6. "56 OLDS Super 


‘53 DODGE : 


Coronet Conv. 


S.E. Lecation 
' 


INCLUDES INSURANCE 
and FINANCE CHARGER | 


4ode 1143. 
(ONLY 19 TO CHOOSE FROM) ‘HY PONTIAC 


Falls Churc + besa tye é : 
soe txeationt condition. Hillwood Ave. at Lee Hwy... - < . | 1953: 


age. Excellent condition. dn A tn tn te te tn tn 3 foie | ‘895 
a Ferre 


Special Sale Price , 4 . —— 
tste epeceus, Gates K '92 PONTIAC 


. : 
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, : MONTH 
' § 'NCLUDES insur 
| $ and FINANCE eam 
- 


Alcorn Motors 


‘56 FORD.....: 1175 


Ad., Va. 4. 2-5050 
Te¢éer “O" sedan. Geld o@ i. 


New black tep, yellew 
bedy, w.-w. tires, Gyre- 


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OUR PRICES ARE KIND 
TO PIGGY BANKS! 


OK Guaranteed Used Cars GOOD VALUE USED CARS 
AL Lew Cest—Geed Transpertetion 


SPECI 
‘SS CHEVROLET. 1 CHRYSLER 


4-deer: radie, beeter. 


'S1 FORD 


'S5 OLDSMOBILE. t-doors aed bh. Ferdomatio, olean se 8 
Marétes, r. & b. power sicering., power 61 CHEVROLET 
H ROL 3-deer: cauipped: clean! 
SA CHEVROLE ‘80 DODGE 
4-deers orieed teow fer thie sale. 


‘SO STUDEBAKER 
Che 


eonvertibie: radie. beater end 
ecenemy 


FULL PRiCce 


‘53 PLYMOUTH : .*475 


Seton. Geli aete * 


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PULL. PRICE 


‘SA CHEVROLET : . *475 


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Financing Arranged for 
Military Personnel 


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TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET ; 
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ClIEVIRYLIET Ra Seen Eton 


Alexandria, | | | 
) - Andy Kelly Closed Sunday | Bee *3.108t 
129 K St. NW. Ww, 44400 


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AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97 A dD” FO Baers: pa Ek Sedan. Brand vew, Yever 
7995s 


THE SHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD! AUT 
dover ? a, TT meee 
. mm: only) 


sneaanee thes. eer agage| SSR, Ser ata “aoe SS Gate. Set Mee ten. 0 ss 7 
~ By . @ sedan. rosal and hite; fully, priced oo Jou, mas bay. new - Beet 
ae w.-#. tires, 7600 u ~ bf be8 satin , _ A Ly ay . ; . 
of hew far driven. Capitol illac-Olds Co.) c is) Bladen | AP -, 
» RATIONAL BOND- | 1222 224 Bt. NW. _ ST. 3-2600 ré. AP. 17-2920. ennee : ~~ te a 
° : Ne : 
$2895 | ~- 


-onmer eter Co, | SA LF TODAY 
1696 Biadensbers R4.. ¥.B. | | COMPANY CARS 


‘56 PONTIACS| SAVE! SAVE! 


2-DR, SEDAN CATALINA 
Ra@ic. heater. Hydra - Matle edan. © tin - 
an ber extras, ’ i hie Fuchu he > Matic. 
oad bolero ted Matshe «WN ends. bantass wee. toon eke allowances are higher than ever. You'll 
never again get as much fer your car. 


$2399.85 $2599.95 
CONVERTIBLE CATALINA 


Nimbdse srer finish. Strate- odan. fom Star 
Phebe hr are-Matie. radia. 
beater. ane tires. chreme 

e. 


$2899.95 


rita WMCKEE PONTIAC 


4 LEE DBD. BUTLER, Ine. 
SPeCctiaAl, PRICE. e2ee6 “Tineola-Mereer?”™ 


NELSON STUDEBAKER 


x | 
T . 
: 7 NO DOWN PAYMENT 
3 ’ This «applies te igt three 
OLDSMOBILE]| “sa ee 
a 
' JET MOTOR SALES 


Windeer Station Wager: 6. & b.: 1524 tg Ave. 8.4. 
- PR. Hes; 1. 4-3800 


guarantees the irk ei ay thiek Pra SY toner ters 


! 7 | AALIIIISD'D Used Rambler? 
greatest car value! SRINRER ‘47 CADILLAC Mrs hare 9 shelee of 


New tires and tee. This car : 
Weebingten's Oldest Cirreter $395 Terms or Trade 
Prater 


Washington's Only Downtown Alcorn Motors | FAIRFAX NASH 4 


5962 Seminary Rd... located 
1216 20th Se. NW. 6920 Lee Hishwar at RBatless Crossroeds, Va 


‘ Artington, Ya. 3m. 2-8080 2D) P14 minutes srom Pentagon 
or cares ) ‘SJE. 3-3000 » Open ‘til 94 


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WISCONSIN AVE. from ALBEMARLE te BRANDYWINE 8T3 
Oren Daily ‘ti 9 ° Closed Suonmdey > 


Bier Cate? Ce Ble Washington, P. €., Pentiae Means MeKee 
aes WEIS2BLST.N.W. ST. 3-7100 


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WHEN HICKS SELLS THE BEST FOR LESS! 


"$53 DODGE $1545 | "$2 DE SOTO $645 
Cerenet 2?-deor S-erl» r ond | Firedoame yt ae and ae COAST-IN PONTIAC 
By 3 ign ait RE 4OT Fla. Ave, WE. LI. 6-7200 


Be me ass 2M? | ost comin... 9508 Read All About the Exclusive 


condition New Yeother 4-deer: redie and 


'$S STUDE. $1295 | heater, ante. trans. ww. tires 53 CADILLAS 


Commander 4-deer; heater, new ‘$0 FORD $445 


areat covers - , ® Seemacet ' 
$3 BUICK $1195 : ér. sedan: ©. & acetate $2,295 
Rea@macter convertible: ,r. and $295 
mae hb. Dreaflee. fell sewer. Ger- 4- ' s h., everdrive. A 68 Seecial Fieetweed sirle: +. A , 
gece.’ ees sever: h.: . hvdramatic: reals clean. 
F ‘SO CHEVROLET $495 | ‘49 FORD . paces ec les tae Aen —_—t° 


Cleb course, vr. & A. orte. biwe. t.dr. sedan, S-erl. ©. & Ob. 
aoe wb SKINKER 


~— Ss 
YEAR! — = 
° Motor Co. Inc. —— 
' Tivrmeeth,. Chevreler tmenertal > 
- = Wachingten B Seeest Chrveler 6 e ° 


Weshingten 's Onir Pewntewn 
Dealer 


5929 GEORGIA AVE.. N.W 1216 20th Se. NW. 


Di. 7.4310 That Made Us by Far the 


) ’ 
‘SS PONTIAC $2297 BF D 
¥-8 station wasen: 
. -metal ne 
; ty desipped: Be 
rins, w.o. tires, y 

ete.: tmmecelate incide and is : r 
eat. Fell warranty. 

(BUICK) 


616 BR. LL Ave. NE. DU. 1-5000 


yw Your $ 
2-Deor "6" Sedan. Cac #2178; 30-day money back CAR 1s 375 


in the entire area long before our current 


worTwH 


“'56 Plymooth Anniversary 


50 , Fil. rrr mo.) *49 I fy 1 ik! 
With this : Ns BANK FINANCING : ’ ve yp 


var BETHESDA MOTORS 
q antee it makes no : De Soto-Piymouth Deeler 


difference how far you drive! 


REPAIRED ANYWH 
IN THE U.S.A. 


his GU4rante | PONTIAC 
| covers | 
| r where you are! ) Full Price Sedan: V- ss .. 


| te 
> a-, cheese frem. Eeutn. 
al — No Cash Needed Maile her ees reer ti = When we first opened our doors la August, 1954, 
lmmediate delivery. Me money down on epproved | $2050 we were determined te be First in Pentiac Sales! 
‘Ss MERC. Hdtp. Mont. S$] 995 credit. Military personnel, all grades, financed, Cosh, Teade | During cur very first yest te cperation, we enteaid 
Dazriing white: equipped with eversthing, plus Mere-O- . orms | every other dealer in M land, Virginia and D. Cl 
matic; low mileage. No. 2066 For Credit Approval COAST.IN PONTIAC Before the end of our yo be we were out- 
’ Call 407 Fle. Ave, WE, -U, 67200 selling all dealers East of the Mississippil As we 
55 FORD Custom Tudor. $1,395 _ Ave WEL. ae tar @Bd won, ua bas cor ah as le te on « am, & 
4 real beauty in cirrus blue: low mileage, equipped coming the largest East of The Rockies! : i. ove ay! gives 


a Se '56 CHRYSLER 

TU. 2-4200 BOR | tment ond hc | fe | OBES 

; . ae ~~ =| = Ne. PRICE i Guipment end Accessories 

35 CH EV. Bel Air 2-dr. $1 “495 — Cae Dae Jastaim 860 2-Door Nimbus erey finish; redie, heat- $ 96 = . t « anc 
Sed er and defroster, © -w sires, 2399: : ’ : finish. 


Chevrolet's most expensive model: twe tene blue and ° hd 
greape: FPF. &.. t-tene paint ~ 
white: fulls nipped. Neo. 4910 Geluxe steering wheel, chrom 
equip Trade, terme. 24 te 36 mos. Ne. 6-1008 wheel discs and gileze. a. - ree 
Lates foam cushions ond glaze 


| a -De, Tutone Raven bieck & camelis a > 
‘55 OLDS. Super "88." $2,095 Bill Ross SKINKER ‘Soden healer "and ~cefrosiar. deluxe $9399-60 Fe , hydra te trans ara aes 


’-dr.: vere aeperty bine and white finish: equipped with , 
< Motor Co. Inc. ; ROLE po FAG. $ 6} 

’ iste jue finish wi epecial . 

of fn 2136 


Miller and Wise. Aves. 


everything. plus Hrdrameatic tranemiesion; low mileage. ~ 

showreem condition. Ne. 6071 = soc simbes 

trim end ¢/ Strate-‘ight hydre 

Piymeeth, Tarvsier Im pertal ie treme. radia. heater and 

=—=. = -F. Gree eal ee- 
nace. sye%em ene glaze 


‘53 CHEV. Bel AirHdtp. . $995 7400 GEORGIA AVE. N.W. aoe ant tae | M20 RES go 9” | Se 


Waehingtoen's Only Dewsttown 
Like new and perfect in every wer. Green with white Dea . W.-W. tires. ° )uxe 
steering wheel and se 


ps ey eqeypee. oe, Cre 1216 20th St. MLW. ; 
'? ee be Di. 7-4310 -Oe. finiah. hydramatie trans radio 9479-99 
‘53 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. ... $745 ie, [aie eee 


Gi e 


Perfect inside and ent: I-tenme creen equipped / oe erey ~ a. - ebuse grey fic rato-fieht 
‘a 608 7 y S 6 ‘$4 CHEVROLET | ‘ir, “wie tree, ‘ae ure QE RT-82 eS 
; Air 4-deor; B-tone finish! Fw. 6.1073 . ? . = 
54 BUICK Conv. .. $1,795 : : Finite bere tone Hialeah gree and nim Coupe Ss" comene a : 


= - n e — 
. ee | 860 Cate- bus ere ramatic 

This Soectal ts ‘a black heenty: perfect conditien: « lina — “le bs $2587-*? 
* 


etey fimish 
mai Q 


sleek sport car; fally equipped and with Druafice Coupe 
Ne. 6-1067 


tranemission. Ne. Te?%. , . a nd giase | 
Alber Olds | oc5 cus. Toscana -ane 
‘'S4 MERCURY 4-dr. $1,395 teen miter NS | line Coupe Pree” d-unrre) carbon $9599-72 
Custom Here's a terrific velue low mileage: perfect 1 Bleck Seuth of ¥. : Ne. 6-1045 : : oF "= 
green and white ee fulle equipped: Mere-O-matic , i. = = =. a 


franamiesion Ne. 6a : 840 Cate- 45 
4-dr., custom with Fordomatic drive, 30-day, - $4 CHEVROLET lina Sedan Pier ma stir a ° $2627 


‘53 OLDS. “88” 4-dr. ss a money-back quarantee. "210" &-deer: green and iverr: & or actin L m8 — 
t-tene green. and erev: tmmerniate threngheut ad ° ® l-owner cor ond wel cared. 870 Cate- , leah green fintsh. Ra ° ate $9499-69 
mechanically perfect: this car ts fully equipped with ; ’ : fee. $895 . aee- 


Hrdrametic and power steering; must see ft to appre- __ aa —— oe . As Be 
rlate. No. 6078, , ' ih the 1 “ bea $9 .04 
: H. J. Brown Pontiac,. inc. lina Coupe Se oF 646 


Seen wees Fite eae: an ws, 90087 tee Sees Seated er ot $95 39-58 


equipped with eversthing: Hvrdramatic tranemistien; « 


terrific vaine at thie lew price. Ne. BOTS 

ramatic 
870 4-Dr. detros 
Sedan a 


32 DODGE V-8 Conv. ncaa tOes S6& Lo oe = ane = Sect ’ ~ a a -- - rae $97 | Pi 


fully equipped; centinental wheel; a very sperty rar ; — r Bargto-tlight rut 
Ne. R035 ina. 7 _-: $9898°94 ry entas green and 
: , . & winde er 
seat . 


‘S3 OLDS. Spr. 88” Hdtp. $1,395 


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52 PACKARD . -2396 ' a. ; was circulating to the United” 
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NEONATE DELETE = es a me teen ek > FOL pre 4 M picieg WE. AP: ; country bore the brunt of radiow: 

— Th = car pou will rive a ~* >" ) ~, |active fallout from American® 

Manhattan Auto Seine T ye y% sors eat ‘Minn ave. ne | ; ak. »™ . ” ; A | ' |nuelear tests conducted from: 

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ana ee re Air i_ th tae «f | i -" Distribution of the detailed 
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ithat the United States is not: 

cea owner. stese : : pois: the atmosphere with, 
uburban Motors, Inc. — La A | 4 wr. , nf? Bi radioactive poison. 

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fn. neater, “=. tires: het 9 at ‘Utah; Grand Juticion, Colo 
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om Ge Thecter Mocers. 2:8 sed & 1 eienec 397 pee | ages—both United States and@ 
- oe oe > & nee eS foreign—were well below thd} 
me fS51 Crankcook 2-2, eet A es " , 
<r Yon 2 =~ => pees wetan Dare cry fae i oe peut #iy a permissible” lev lg 
es ) —s5 Comtusipe Gone Chevy Chase Chevrolet le The fallout data, covering 
Cyrure terlutrr iet_aeay Srtrs — Asan Ul -, + ee tests, were published by Dra. 
Mate & h. power sieentn [Tere ff ie one . immaculate im ore: —_—— Tests, were published by Dras 
— —> fSue"hoa Ee , | ja ‘Merril Eisenbud and John H- 
| Harley in the current Journat 
| twe-teme Guish: pas of Science. . , 
, »- ty-f-—,* | The scientists said the data 
for =—7, 2% CRANSON were based on fallout samp 
is“ cae es <a voden, sain ings made at some 88 monitor. 
~ <— cwers Oca ete pe : wie jing points around the world, 
ah eener «25 Dealer. Pla. ave. me. at & including 28 ‘— the com 
7 sy tinental United States. 
pel. cub 4 M3, $695 ; Estimates for — cons 
ery clean car iow af 55 4 eee ° ° 5 N B Ga tinental United States strom 
Serer ee Gare vorons Griftith Stadium’s New Beer Garden cium falloct. ranged frou 
pa eat al : . eee! 1s silonion pal 
rban Motors, irc Beer went on sale at Grififth Stadium yesterday for the er whose back they contemplate as they sip is Ted Williams oe age digg Bs a “a 
eS PS ee Cone. Be first time. Drinkers were isolated at tables in the new sec- whe responded te the memorable eceasion br hitting « — y By Se the South Poe 
PLYMQPTR “Si 3 j amire close tien of the left-field bleachers, however, and were required home run in his first time at bat and decoreusiy refrained cific . 
; 2 x ——. Gre. A wonder’ te remain seated while drinking from paper cups. The play- from spitting at the customers. Within the United States ae 
‘7 3 @s sepreyv ered!" —_. a mn we —————we ——E 7 ‘ 
an or for eu red.t cumulations varied from 2.1 a 
: ral TE CENTER. pe en nln ———— ad San Francisco to 23 at Salt 
ce eww ty M | d H hi ~ . Pp id , ‘Lake City. : 
5195. Thecker Motors. 12th and y , , Ww 
EP art se Le taiie = * aryland Homeopathic Suit Provides “chs. vew yor. washing 
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' eyrk Hey. et Shirlington | particulary dangerous because 
Ariington. Va. Kl 93-6614 By Frank R. Kent Jr. resignation because it had not homeopathic schools. This com it secumulates in the boné 

PONTIAC—1986. S60" Catalina | Stam Revorter been received. mittee has been defunct since po, ingested. There, it can 

| Falls ane Bester. Rodre-Matie: A suit brought by the State At a June 5S meeting of the 1947. Dr. Wyrth P. Baker, pres -suse tumors. 

a ow | of Maryland challenging the Je- D0ard Reddick was reinstated ident of the Homeopathic Soct| The typical strontium cycle 
MONROE FORD CO. _— . as secretary-treasurer. Accord-¢ty bere and secretary of the works this way: fallout spria- 

! gality of the State Board of ing to testimony, Reddick was District Board of Medical xjies grass, cow feed on the 

Wo. ¢-2908. Open ti) 9 Homepathic Examiners pro the only other member present Examiners, said the Institute grass, milk from the cows is 


—— heen te-wal! vides a key test ~ we With Dr. Simon Virkutis. who ™° longer attempts to set up ingested by humans. : 
criteria. The standards of the 


Gres. bine and white finish . 
ip. s21% of the extent had been serving as president 
ARCADE PONTIAC of state control According t# the records, Ver- American Medical Association +. « ‘* 
ie, seco iach oe 4-98.06 over medical @ * @& kutis contended he told Reddick = geferally apply, Mr. Baker V isitor Cites 
870 licensing p r o- he did not want his name asso- 524. 
cedure ; |] ciated with the board activities Dr. Baker said such medical 


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st eniy Si735 : . 
McKEE PONTIAC the balance is —@ ” members participated in the —_ oo New == py res 
“PONTIAC MEANS McKEE” the status of oF , meeting by telephone. ‘ollege, Flower an ft ve. C J | 1) f 
th and LB. NW. BT 3-7100 about 75 per- am ; ¢ yy. Hospitals here, have had the AVI erense 
Ramsey says a spate of ii "i ue ell 
PONTIAC—1956 V-8 4-door secar sons licensed , censes have been issued by the approval of the AMA as well as 
' : as doctors by new board te out-of-state ap ‘™¢ Homeopathic Institute for) penmark's civil defense 
‘oer. Me- the challenged plicants. He also attacked the ¥*?**- rector said yesterday that 
Tage Wis. ave Board. Should | standing of some of the schools Reddick contended during america has shown “astonish 
Heart of the the courts rule against the listed in the applications ~ the hearing that the Intercol ing” progress in civil defense, 
rehiet convert- Board, it could pave the way Key figure in the dispute is '¢xiate Committee of the Amer-'considering that its program 
Bronte finten. | {Or further court action to dep eddick, chief psychiatrist at ©2" Homeopathic Medical As|pegan 12 years later than Ei- 
Spo" Traded om new Cadillac termine the status of the sociation had inherited the rope's 
AKE! license holders. “4 yd . See seep functions of the old group of Arthur Dah!. who has bead 
_Pairlingtom Shopping Center The key issue raised during yg ey ee oa his board is the” American Institute of ed his country’s civil defende 
Ais. Ya.___QW. 3-035 the 10-day Baltimore Cireuit) 4 ona lena and: se are the Homeopathy. Ramsey disputed since 1938, said a on 
Court hearing was whether the : this. tour of American units in 
state can regulate the activities pees er ge gg Pe agg a Evidence was offered that states convinced him that ‘fn 
of a licensing board appointed . the new intercollegiate commit. some fields Americas program 
ot: ; te schools questioned by Ramsey os he he 
by a private organization. . tee had given top ratings to Fre-\“is_ as good as the best we 
© CENTER. iuth and K sts ‘Under the state code the _“Pproximately 75 licenses t Coll in Los Angeles have in Europe.” 
nw. ST. 3-s628 are involved in the controversy ™°™ “\OMege in Los Angeles sa 
PONTIAC'5S Convertini — eight board members are ap and the holders are resistered| 24 Western Medical School in| But the problem apathy 
Pull power. Hydramatic. 3-tene pointed by the Maryland State . . regs San Francisco. The Maryland and money shortages appear to 
| paint, bisck and white. © -+ Later in Dorchester, Caroline, Queen plague Americans as much 4s 
res $2798 Homeopathic Society. Hyman), .. Montgomery and Prince Code provides, however, that ap- piagu hl told 
ROSENTHAL CHEVROLET A. Pressman; attorney for Dr. Georges Countios Europeans, Dahi toid a news 


}. > yg tne plicants for licenses must a0! enference 
viebe Reed end Columbia Pike obert ; ck, secretary- graduates of schools approved : ' 
ANi¥ae bt — treasurer of the board, con- A ruling is expected from Dahl, a member of NATO's 


AC—i534 Siarchie? con vert - Judge Joseph R. Byrnes by the DY the Institute's committee. : w 
and power — Bronte Anish. tends the society is a private sadam + paar a= aemnal ic Ramsey charged that the new ce Bh ag wy fetagpe ne yy se 
Bpo''ess acead om new Cadillac. organization and the Attorney expected whichever way the committee was formed iasit officials and the State Depart- 

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AKERS OLDS-CADILLAC CO. General has no right to inter- reli oes. It also has been March and Joseph W. 
| euadra. tae me DY 3-9350 ware With Ke Setiventes ov Shee indicated that a ruling uphold. President of Fremont, was & «11, human nature every 
30 Chiet. ¢d: of its board. The state cantends ing the Attorney General could founder and paid part of the where not to worry about 
1758 Bladensburg Rd. UE. - Pont ¢-ar = $880 “tem oa members are public pave the way for legal action gp owe _o —— bombs and destruction when 
at the commer of | —w te ’ concerning the status of the *OO% & Maryian omeopatnic the sun is shining and evefy- 
—» —-e, LA. 6- 1305 : wT 8” nae Norman P. Ramsey, Deputy 75 vee in the counties board examination in Decem- thing seems all right,” he said 
=e 7 . @dr. +r & Bb. Mate | Attorney General, and James vnere they are registered. ber and registered his license’ A key difference between 
| aS erie Dey ee «| | M. Norris Jr., Special Assistant) 4 remorandum filed Wednes- in Montgomery County on June American and Danish atti- 
Rt ave pe > 48344 ' Attorney General, contend that day Pressman askeq dis. 19 Hough testified he was a tudes, he reported, is that the 
PONT IAC SI. $289 the board organized last Spring missal of the injunction pro- @taduate of a medical school in Danes are more “disaster 
De len 2-e. R.h Hydra. Needs is illegal and has been wrong- ceedings against Reddick..and Mexico City minded.” When sirens wail. 
| down. $18.50 per month  WOLEE fully conducting examinations declared the board challenged’) Reddick said at the hearing. Denmark's citizens swamp 
MOTORS i995] Wise. Ave. NW anc issuing licenses. They by the state is the “true repre- the schools in question had switchboards With excited 
have asked the court to deter-\sentative of the State Home-/been duly incorporated under calls, he said 
mine whether the previoUS\opathic Medical Society. Press-/California law. An AMA spokes-| Dahl said that he was most 
— i board or the recently organized'man declared the previous'man here said neither was on linpressed by American gaso- 
ihe . Tae AUTO | ome is the legal body. Should board, which the state contends the organization's approved list !ine-powered sirens, particu- 
Vom ue the court decide the new board is the recognized an. legal’ of medical schools larly the type he found in 
~ is illegal, the Attorney Gener-body is invalid because the A spokesman for the Cali- Portiand, Ore.. where five or 
new al's office also asks a permanent|terms of all its members have fornia Board of Medical Ex-*!* sirens guard the entire 
MONROE FORD CO. injunction against its activities. expired. He said Reddick and aminers said the board pub °'*Y. 
$100 WIS. AVE xWw The controversy over the two the new board were selected at lishes its own list of approved —— o ie 
2000 boards developed last Decem-an annual meeting of the $0 s-hools ftom which it considers’ 
ber when members of the origi- ciety as required by Maryland's graduates are eligible to apply the two smaller hospitals. in 
nal board objected to grading Medical Practices Act. for licenses. At present, he the area. Statham says his 
| Sage mises papers of a number of appli-| In a memorandum filed ye* said, neither Fremont nor West- status is that of resident physi- 
| TRticky. 616 Rove ne BE | «(Cants they claimed were un-|terday Ramsey accused Re@dick __., wediesl is on that list. cian. He said he took pre- 
re 1553-7 qualified. In January, R of — —_— ge Reddick testified that the rea- medical courses at the Ios 
[a és, Tinted gee + aa ordered the grading held up wit — aes ; = son 80 many applicants for his Angeles City College and the 
| arere-tintie sutronic eve custom | pending further investigation OW" ©™*. ———s board's licenses came from College of Osteopathic Physi 
tres. $955, KIRK MOTOR “Go. | by the Attorney General's of. ™@mdum said Reddick produced : s iso did 
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Chepko, president of the board, ae aoe toon 9 ge ssanandall homeopathy are located in Cali- ity end Alvarado Hospitals. On 
was fired, and Reddick con- do Mesnne mumenere of unquali- fornia and none are in Mary- the basis of this, he was admit- 
tinued as secretary-treasurer of fied from other states land. ted as a senior at Fremont and 
a newly organized board that Bae me medicine and sur- According to the records, li- received a degree of doctor of 
the state contends is a “rump” gery in Maryland censees registering in Mont- medicine. He said the college 
ecard. Evidence at the court hearing gomery and their addresses is licensed California to 
The controversy was taken’ »,owed nine were. 
into the Dorchester County their | ee 
Court in the spring. At a hear ~ounty Cireult Court and 14 Angeles; Edward R. Huffman, passed 
rs lap ng we on Columbia, S. C.; Joseph William tions in basic sciences and re- 
testimony, over ) les; Willa Florida license in basic 
records of the board and resign. nade oy mae Grant Saat, ‘Low salt ;\erlonses 
e yee - ~4 wy on , North Through other examinations, 
was tes was icense 
ey “ | rate board of homeopathic Hollywood, Calif; Joseph Eu- he said he received a | 
oa decided not to recognize his OPA°0) Ccominers. The State gene Palmer, Glendale, Calif.; to practice medicine. 
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