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CENTS 


Truman Comes Out for Harriman 


As Best Qualified to 


Nehru Tells 
Dulles He 
Opposes L. 


Suez Plan 


India Envoy Warns 
Secretary Egypt s 
Sovereignty Vital 
In Control Set-Up 


By 


William Galbraith 
ai eh 

Diplomatic sources dis- 
closed yesterday that Indian 
Prime Minister Jawaharlal 
Nehru has advised Secretary 
of State John Foster Dulles 
that he does not like the 
Western plan to internation- 
alize the Suez Canal 

This stand was conveyed to 
Dulles Indian Ambassador 
G. L. Mehta as President Eisen- 
hower and Dulles prepared to 


Pipeline Sabotage Threatened 


lraq Seeks to Mediate Poached on 
6, Between Kgypt, West Civil Rights | 


By 

CAIRO, Aug. 11 #—An offer 
by Iraq to mediate the Suez 
canal crisis was reported today 
as Arab union leaders threat 
ened-to blow up Western oil 
and military installations in 
the Middle East should a 
shooting war start 

At the same time, Egyptian 
President Gamal Abdel Nasser 
declared his great objective 
was not simply to take over 
the canal but “to arouse Arab 
nationalism 

President Nasser’s Sunday 
news conference—at which he 
is expected to disclose whether 
Egypt will accept or reject an 
invitation to attend the 24na- 
tion conference on the Suez in 
London Aug. 16—was post- 
poned from noon to 4 p. m. (1! 
a. m. EDT). The President also 
is scheduled to broadcast to 
the nation at 6 p. m. (1 p 
EDT.) 


[The news conference was 


4 


Wilton Wynn 


postponed in order to arrange 
for a bigger hall to seat an esti- 
mated 400 newsmen, Interna- 
tional News Service reported 


[Nasser held two lengthy 
cabinet meetings, lasting 4% 
hours, and there were reports 
he might be deciding to attenc 
the London Conference, or at 
least offer a solution that could 
be acceptable to Britain and 
France. 

‘United Press said there were 
widespread but unconfirmed 
reports that Nasser would sev 
er diplomatic ties with Britain 
and France, announce a defense 
pact with Russia, and declare 
a national emergency. Other 
news services said Nasser was 
certain that no decisive actior 
would emerge from the Lon 
don Conference, and was satis 
fied to watch Britain and 
France attempt to win world 


See SUEZ, Page A6, Col. I 


meet today with congressional Chalk and Union Confer 


Talks on Transit Labor 


ers to win support for the 
ed States - British - French 
s ing the Suez dis 


} a 
ry 


Eisenhower 
for a pre- 


and. Mr 
morning 


tnis 


Suez Canal Issue 


Part of Asian Trend 


Suez Canal issue is part of 
an his‘orie process in Asia 
which beran at the end of 
TYorld War Tl and which, 
s.oner or later, will affect the 
course of Africa as well. 
Pace Aj. 


conference review of what they 
will savy in their briefing 
Dulles said aft ‘rward he is 
r ! slators will in- 
heres | he Rig Three plan which 
calls for guarantees to keep 
the canal open 

Dulles leaves Tuesday for 
London where, on Thursday, 
the tri-power proposal will be 
placed before an international 
conference 

Mehta saw Dulles at noon 
He was quoted as saying his 
government is “entirely dissat- 


See DULLES, Page A6, Col. 1 


Hurricane Betsy 
Cains in Speed 


MIAMI | 
Stringent precautions we! 
urged on uerto Rico and Vir 
gin Islands residents tonight as 
Hurricane Betsy hewled closer 
to those Caribbean islands at 
Slightiy greater speed 

The UU. S. Weather Bureau at 
San Juan. Puerto Rico. said in 
a late advisory that the storm's 
center was about 180 miles 
southeast of San Juan. That is 
1260 miles east-southeast of 
Miam 

The hurricane, with 100-mile 
winds, was traveling at 16 miles 
@n hour west-northwest 


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By 


th ‘Progress’ 


Jeanne Rogers 


Staff Reporter 


Progress was made yesterday 
n District transit labor nego 
liations 

This was announced by Fed- 
eral Mediator James A. Ho‘den 
at the end of a 3'2-hour session 
in which prospective new trans- 
it chief, O. Roy Chalk, and 25 
union officials for the first 
time began to “give and take 
in their contract discussions 

The negotiations recessed un- 
til 11:15 a. m. Monday, approxi- 
mately 13 hours before the ex- 


Chalk Plans a Crew 


Of Bus Hostesses 


A ecrew of “attractive 
women hostesses” will cater 
to District streetcar and bus 
riders in the near future, if 
0. Rey Chalk has his way. 

Chief duty of the host- 
esses would be to min'ster 
te patrens’ comfort and re- 
port all complaints to the 
management, the New York 
airlines executive and pro. 
spective new transit owner 
disclosed. 


ration of the present Capital 
fransit Co. and its contract 
with operators 

Although Holden did not dis 
any details of the “prog- 
ress made.” it was clear that all 
parties felt considerably more 
optimistic about getting togeth- 
er or, at least, reaching some 
working agreement before 
birth of the new District Trans- 
it System at midnight Tuesday. 

Sticky hub of the negotia- 
tions is the question of a con- 
tract extension versus immedi- 
ate arbitration if an agreement 


i 


: 
CcicoSse 


‘Savior of My Child’ 


Youth’s 


cannot be reached. The union 
wants arbitration and Chalk’ 
wants extension for the present 
time. 

Chalk, New York airlines op- 
erator, assured reporters after 
the weekend recess that “there 
is no quéstion in my mind that 
1. officially will take over the 


" transit system on the Tuesday 


deadline.” 

“IT am here to stay,” he 
added. Chalk had just returned 
from a hurried trip to New 
York where he hammered out 
with the Chase Manhattan 
Bank some of the financial 
mechanics of his proposed $13.5 
million purchase of CTC. 

Chalk said the financial 
matters between the bank and 


him are private and it wouldn't 
be ethical to make them public 

Both union head Walter J 
Rierwagen, and Chalk refused 
to disclose what went on in the 
closed-door discussion. Both 
said they werent hiding any 
thing but merely wanted to 
‘protect negotiations” at 
point 

Holden said the recess 
called so both parties 
have time’ to mull over new 
ideas brought out in vyester- 
day's meeting. 

The union's specific contract 
demands are for a 25-cent wage 
increase and improved vacation 
and holiday benefits. 

District Commissioner Rob- 
ert E. McLaughlin last night 
predicted a labor settlement by 
the contract's expiration. He 
said he understands Chalk 


would be willing to arbitrate a | 


new contract, given a reason 
able contract extension. 


> 


Armistice 


| 


Democrats End 
Plank Hearings 
After Factions 
Drop Invective 


Robert C. Albright 
Staff Reporter 
CHICAGO, Aug. 11—The 

Democratic Resolutions 

Committee closed party plat- 

form hearings tonight and 

turned over to a 16-member'| 
drafting subcommittee the) 

sensitive job of writing a 

civil rights plank that won't! 
blow to pieces on next 
week's convention floor. 
Northern liberals and South-| 
ern segregationists, who have) 


been nearly at each other’s| 
throats on the delicate issue.) 
made the drafting task easier 


By 


‘by reaching a sort of armistice | 


today. ! 

Neither wing of the tradi-| 
tionally torn Democratic Party) 
budged from opposing posi- 
tions on the Supreme Court 
school integration decision, but 
® hot collars cooled off over; 
night as each side abandoned 
invectives. 

Prime mover in the cooling-| 
off process was Resolutions. 
‘Chairman John W. McCormack 
(Mass.). Later, Belford V. Law- 
son, a Negro delegate from on 
District, made the initial con- 
cessions. 

On Friday Lawson had in- 
sisted that Gov. George Bell! 
Timmerman of South Carolina, 
a leading Dixie segregationist, 
be brought back for vigorous 
cross<xamination on his anti- 
court testimony. Today Law- 
son dropped his demand and 
the whole tone of the hearings 
changed. Witnesses on both 


sides stuck to their views, but 
a new era of good feeling en- 
tered the hearings. 

One fact became increasingly! 
plain today: Failure to specifi- 
cally mention and affirm the Su-' 
preme Court decision, as advo- 
cates of a “compromise” have 
suggested, will result in a lib 


See PLATFORM, Pg. A-2, Col. 1 


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Waeshengree Pest end Temes Mereld Map 


Rescue of Girl, 3, Trapped 


In Overturned Car, Told by Her Dad 


, Washington resident told 
he story yesterday of the he 
1c rescue efforts of a 17-year- 
id Chevy Chase youth he de- 
cribed as “the savior of my 
child 
James Beckert, 4911 V_ st 
nw., said his 3-year-old daugh- 

Diane, was saved from 
leath by Robert McCall, son 
if Mr. and Mrs. Johnston Me- 
Call, 4307 Curtis rd. Chevy 
(Nase, when the youth scram- 
bled down a 40-foot embank- 
ment to pull the little girl from 
a creek. where she was trapped 
in the family automobile. 

Beckert said his wife, Alice, 
their three children, Diane, 
James, 6, and Deborah, 5, were 
riding in the car with Mrs. 
Beckert's mother, Mrs. Earl 
Lyttleton of McLean, Va. 


The accident happened mear but I never saw anybody jump couldn't tell me anything 
embankment good about the McCall boy. Muller is being transferred to 
" McCall, who I'll sae think of him as a convention duty at the Inter. 
ound could see Diane's foot sticking hero tional Amphitheater. 


Basye, Va. last Wednesday. 
Mrs. Beckert was driving the 
car and tried to turn ar 


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on a narrow mountain road 
She backed precariously ciose 
to a drop off and stopped the 
car to let the others out while 
she completed the turn. Be 
fore they could leave the car, 
it began to roll. Mrs. Beckert 
grabbed Deborah and pulled 
her clear. James jumped out 
a rear window but Mrs. Lyttle- 
ton and little Diane were 
trapped 

The car rolled over “several 
times” Beckert said, and came 
to rest On its top in the creek 
Diane was eaught under the 
rear seat cushion. 

Mrs. Beckert, stand'ng on the 
road, screamed for help. Mc- 
Call heard the cry and rushed 
to the scene. Mrs. Beckert, 
her husband reported, told him 

“I've seen Tarzan in the movies 


down that stee 
like that boy did. 


from under the cushion, pulled 
her to safety and then helped ‘ 
other rescuers free Mra. Lyttle- 
ion. 


Beckert, a route salesman 
for the Wheaton Valet Co.! 
said, “I told the boy I couldn't 
afford to give him any money 
for saving my child's life. but 
his mother told me the boy 
said he wouldn't take $1000 for 
-he words of thanks I gave 
him.” 

Mrs. Lyttleton was hospital 
ized at nearby Woodstock with 
a broken left arm and thumb 
Diane will be under a doctor's 
observation for six weeks. 
Beckert said. 

“You hear a lot about some 
of the bad | things teen-agers do 
nowadays,” Beckert, “but you 
but 


Chicago policeman today start- 
ed welcoming Democratic con- 
vention delegates to the city in 


44. of Woodland Beach, Md... a 


Justice Department 


Be President 


3 un YOU 


OTe ¥ 


What Democrats Are Wearing This Season 


Elena Shayne of Chicage modecis some of 
the apparel that will be made available te 
delegates and others attending the Demo 


town this week. The donkey motif has been 
applied te everything from secks te walk 
ing sticks. 


cratic National Cenvention in her home 


— ee 


Ticket Given E The Day’s Politics 


To Maryland 
Delegate 


‘Shoved. Abused. 
Threatened,” 


Chicago Patrolman 


Former President Harry S. Truman names Gov 
Averell Harrimanof New York-as his choice for the 


Democratic nomination for President. Page 1. 


American novelist John Steinbeck writes the first in 
a series of articles on the Democratic and Republican 
conventions. Page B4 


+ Harold E. Stassen stresses that only one-sixth of the 
Republican delegates have actually come out for re- 
nomination of Richard M. Nixon as Vice President. 
Page A8. 


Congressional Republicans supported the Adminis- 
tration more often in 1956 than 1955, study shows. 
Page B6. 


Mrs. Averell Harriman, probably the most talked 
about woman on the eve of the Democratic National 
Convention, is the subject of a special article by Mary 
Van Rensselaer Thayer. Page F2 


Belford V. Lawson, District delegate, challenges 
Mississippi Governor's charge that Washington's schools 
are in a “mess” because of integration. Page Bl 


President Eisenhower indorsed Sen. John Marshall 
Butler (R-Md.) for reelection yesterday as Maryland 
Democrats closed ranks behind Millard E. Tydings, 
who is attempting to regain the seat he lost to Butler 
in 1950. Page Bl. 


Gov. Thomas B. Stanley and Virginia delegates to 
Democratic National Convention leave for Chicago in 
grim mood over civil rights. Page B8 


Says 


(Picture on Page B6) 
CHICAGO, Aug. 11 # — A 


his own way—with tickets. 
Patrolman Jack Muller, Chi- 

cago’s champion ticket giver, 

arrested Ira Bird Kirkland 


member of the Maryland dele- 
gation, and his wife 

(Kirkland, formerly with the 
in Wash- 
ington, resigned in 1954 to run 
as a Democratic candidate for 
the Maryland House of Dele 
gates from Anne Arunde! 

County He was graduated 
from the George Washington 
University law school and prac- 
ticed in the District for several 
years before World War Il) | 

Muller said the car, bearing 
2 Maryland House of Delegates 
license, was in a no-parking 
zone of North Rush st. He said 
when he spoke about the viola- 
tions he was “shoved, abused 
and threatened.” | 

The couple was taken in, 
booked for disorderly conduct 
and traffic violation and re. 
leased on $25 bond each. They 
were scheduled for appearance 
in Traffic Court Sept. 19. 

It was one of Muller's last 
acts on the near North Side 
night club beat for a while. Po- 
lice C Timothy J. 
t O'Connor yesterday 


District Republicans intensify drive to register an 
estimated 200,000 potential Republican absentee voters 
in Washington area. Page B6 


Former President Truman's indorsement of Gov. 
Averell Harriman of New York for the Democratic 
Presidential nomination restores Sen. Lyndon Johnson 
to power in eventual choice of a candidate. Page A8. 


Democrats reach armistice on civil rights after fac- 
tions drop invective at hearings. Platform writing task 
is turned over to 16-member subcommittee. Page 1. 


A 


; 


World Crisis 
Callsfor Man 


Ready to Act, 
He Declares 


Stevenson Forces 
Insist He Can 

Win Without Help 
Of Ex-President 


By Edward T. Folliard 
Stat Reporter 

CHICAGO, Aug. 11—In 
an audacious move that 
threw Chicago into an up- 
roar, former President 
Harry S. Truman announced 
today that he favored Gov. 
Averell Harriman of New 
York for the 1956 Demo- 
cratic nomination for Presi- 


ident. 


The prospect now that the 
Democratic National Conven- 
tion, which opens at noon Mon- 
day. 1} the 
exciti 


most 

long history of 
party of Jeffe! and 
Jackson 


Mr 


the son 


ent further in 
of Harriman 
of Adlai E. 
imagined he 
ineir most ap- 


Truman wv 
his indorsement 
than the backers 
Stevenson eve! 
would. even in 


prehensive moments. 


’ 


The word had circulated in 
advance of the former Presi- 
dent's pronouncement that he 
would. in effect, say something 
like this: “I' prefer Harriman, 
but I would accept Stevenson.” 

Never a trimmer, Mr. Tru- 


man went all the way for Har-, 


riman, his old friend and as- 
sociate. Not only did he not say 
anything good about Steven- 
ison, he didn't say anything 
labout him at all, except per- 
haps by implication. And the 
implication, if that’s what it 
was, was not a friendly one. 

Mr. Truman said that against 
the mounting crisis in the 
world the Democratic conven- 
tion would have to name a 
nominee for . President who 
would be able to take command 

immediately”—“without risk- 
ing a period of costly and dan- 
gerous trial and error.” 

A moment later he expressed 
his belief that Harriman would 
be ready to act on moving into 
the White House. It could only 
luded therefore that he 
wa saying nat Stevenson 
would have go through a 
period of. dangerous trial and 
error 

“In 
edge 
said 


aoe bs , 
: 


ne ord 


ta 


the light of my know!l- 
of the office of President.” 
Mi Truman, “I believe 
that the man best qualified to 
be the next President of the 
United States is Governor Har- 
riman of New York.’ 

His declaration, even though 
something of the sort had been 
expected by many, caused a 
sensation among the delegates 
who will ballot on a presiden- 
tial nominee on Thursday. 

It even brought gasp of sur- 


‘prise from the newsmen who 


See TRUMAN, Peg. A-10, Col. 1 


McKeldin Stops 
Off in Chicago 
To See ‘Friends’ 


CHICAGO. Aug 11 @#—Al.- 
ready hopping with Democrats, 
this Convention city had to 
make room today for a Republi- 
can. Gov. Theodore R. McKel- 
din of Maryland stopped off “to 
see some of my friends.” 

McKelidin spent the day in 
Chicago between trains to San 
Francisco. While here, the 
Maryland governor 

® Breakfasted at the Conrad 
Hilton Hotel, Democratic Con- 
vention headquarters. 

® Walked across the street to 
the Blackstone Hotel, where he 
shook hands with Averell Har- 
riman. 

®*Greeted Gov. Abraham 
Ribicoff of Connecticut. 

® Was handed Stevenson and 
Harriman campaign buttons, 


folders, etc 


®While doing a recorded 
radio interview. just missed 
seeing former President Tru- 
man. 

© Explained jokingly that he 
visited these Democratic 
haunts because Democrats, who 
hold nearly a 31 re ation 
majority in Maryland, helped 


elect him to two terms as gov- 


ernor. 


we 


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Sunday. August 127, 1954 


POST and TIMES HERALD 


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Sen. Sam Ervin J: 
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in the plank 
Ervin said Mr 
indorsement of Harriman 
not. affect the platf{ 
any way 
The rough draft of what was 
the original e pro 
posal, supporting equal educa 
tional opportunities for “every 
American child irrespective of 
race national origin but 
mentioning the 
itself, continued to be 
from delegate to dele 
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rewriting 


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Serious Pitfalls 


Some of the Southerners 
themselves are g to 
recognize there are serious pit 
falls for them litting any 
reference to the Court One 
“moderate” on the issue told 
newsmen that going along with 
affirmation of the Court deci 
sion initial 
draft, Southern members would 
have an important voice in the 


beginnin 


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precise language used By 

tting any mention. he said 
South might only pre 
cipitate a floor fight. but would 
control completely 
s phrased 
reduced tension 
mmittee was aimos 
fter lLawsor told members 
that and other leading ad 
yvocates of a strong civil rights 
tand would not mest on Gor 
Timmerman being called back 
cross-questioning. Lawson 
challenged and facts 

the race question presented 
rman. however. and 
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Ervin's Story 

But mostly they joined in 
the new truce on invectivés 
Senator Ervin. a renowned 
story teiler, helped clear the 
atmosphere by relating the 
yarn aboyt the judge who re 

recess 
Awaiting him was the sheriff 
and a man the judge had just 
convicted. The sheriff said he 
brought the man back on a 
ew charge, “cussing the 
court.” “Let him go.” said the 
judge. “Any man who has been 
convicted has a right to cuss 
the court.” 

That, explained Ervin. amid 
the laughter of the committee. 
was pretty much the position 
of the South. He noted one dif- 
ference, however. He said the 
South “has not violated any 
law 

Fred J. Cassibry, of Louis 
liana, said he was not talking 
about Lawson, but that he did 
not intend to sit silent while 
professional liberal organiza- 
tions “question the integrity 


of i 


‘tee how ever 


ight 


and motives of So ithern lead 
eT 

P. Coleman of 
denied unusual 
is were given Negroes in his 
n order to disenfranchise 
and said We need 
more time fighting Re 
and less time fight 
g among ourstives 
Rep. Emanuel Celler (N. Y.) 
took issue with what he termed 
ime rosy picture Coleman 
painted of how the race prob 
was handled in his state 
(e¢lier recatied testimony 
showed before his House Judi 
ciary Committee which, he 
said. showed Negroes in Missis 
sipp and e¢lisewhere in the 
South were not given sufficient 
tunities 


(,0% James 


. ” ~ 
Mississippi 


spend 
publicans 


in 


i€ TN 


volng 


“De Gooders” Assailed 
(forge J 


Oppo! 


Wallace of 
ama told the committee 
Northern fio gooders 
may wreck good race relations 
the South unless they 
deliberately interfering 
Southern affairs 
Southern protests failed to 
slow the procession of North 
ern liberals before the commit 


One of them, UAW President 
Walter Reuther, told the plat 
form makers the Court issue is 
the most urgent challenge” be- 
fore either party 

To fail to call for specific im- 
plementation of the Court de 
cision, by the President and 
Congress, would assist in “nul- 
lifying” the Court's authority. 
Reuther said 

Although closed sessions of 
the drafting group will open 
today, few exvect the platform 
to be unveiled much before its 
formal presentation to the con- 
vention on Wednesday 

As formal hearings conclud- 
ed. Sen. John J. Sparkman 
(Ala.) said he believes a plan 
can be’ written that “we can all 
live with.” 

“We may not like it. but it 
will be such that both sides can 
go along in the end,” Spark- 
man said 


Rump Groups Fail to Unseat 
2 Southern States’ Delegates 


By William M. Bates 
CHICAGO, Aug. 11 @—The 
Democratic National 
tee today threw out efforts by 
“rump” groups to unseat the 


regular Mississippi and South 
Carolina delegations to the 
Democratic National Conven 
tion 

The 


Commit 


Committee's 
voice vote action means the 
regular delegations from the 
two states will be on the tem- 
porary roll when the conven- 
tion opens Monday. 

However, Monroe Sweetland 
Oregon national comitteeman 
said the Mississippi contest at 
least will be revived Monday 
before the Credential Commit- 
tee of the full convention 
which could reverse today’s ac- 
tion. 

Sweetiand charged that the 
reguiar delegation included 
members who have been “no 
torious in their disloyalty” to 
the Party 

One committee source imme 
diately voiced fear that Sweet- 
land’s move was an effort to re 


National 


open the bitter “loyalty oath” 
battle that almost lied to a 
Southerr split at the 1952 Dem 
ocratic convention. 

Gene Conklin of the Oregon 
delegation, who will serve on 
the credentials committee, told 
reporters “people who come to 
this convention as delegates 
come here as members of the 
Democratic Party.” 

“If they participate in the 
convention we have the right 
to know they will support the 
nominees or, at least not fight 
them,” Conklin said. 

The regular delegations in- 
volved in the contests are 
headed by Govs. J. P. Coleman 
of Mississippi and George Bell 
Timmerman of South Carolina 
The contesting groups are 


headed by Charles G. Hamilton 
of Mississippi and John H. Mc- 
Cray, a Negro, of South Caro 
lina 

Both contesting groups 


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pegged their claims for recog. 
nition partly on charges that 
leaders of the regular Demo- 
cratic organizations of both 
states have bolted the Party in 
ihe past and may do so again 
this year 

The National Committee's 
credentiais group, headed by 
Calvin W. Rawlings of Wtah, 
found that neither of the 


“rump” groups had presented 
basis of a contest. 


McClellan Considered 
4s Favorite Son 


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Aug 
11 —The Arkansas delegation 
to the National Democratic 
Convention will consider offer 
ing the name of Sen. John L 
McClellan (D-Ark.) as a favor-' 
ite son candidate for Presi- 
dent. 

Gov. Orval Faubus. who wil! 
head the delegation, today said 
that the group will consider 
a request signed by all state 
Senators that McClellan's name 
be offered 

The Governor—whose con 
rol the delegation has not 
been challenged said he 
viewed the request favor- 


of 


Yesterday, Faubus displayed 
ghtly cooler attitude to 
Adiai Stevenson He 


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said 
L nless 

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nomination 

Hie said, however, he would 
just go along with the wishes 
of the delegation 


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will cut 

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spent yesterday 
playing golf 

He will hold an unusual Sun- 


day afternoon conference with a 10 a. m. appointment 
the congressional leaders and land's 
Secretary of State John Foster appointment schedule for that 
Dulles and the Presi- 44) 


Dulles 
dent are anxious to keep the 
top men of both parties in Con- 
gress abreast of developments 
in the Suez where Egypt has 
nationalized the canal over ob 
jections of the United States. 
Britain and France 

Mr. Eisenhower and Dulles 
met yesterday morning to dis- 


cuss the agenda for this after 


noon's conference. 

The President had only one 
general caller yasterday—Re- 
publican congressional nominee 
Jacqueline Cochrane of Cali- 
fornia—who dropped in “just 
to say hello.” 

She did not say whether she 
and Mr. Eisenhower discussed 
aeronautical campaigning but 
told newsmen she has 
about 30.000 miles and driven 
another 8000 in her own cam- 
paign. She estimated she has 
shaken hands with 40.000 


people. 

Then he drove to the Burn- 
ing Tree Club, a swank club 
for men only, to play its beau- 
tiful, tricky course. 

Murray Snyder, assistant 
White House press secretary. 
said he assumes the President 
will go to San Francisco in ad. 


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for the first time— 


Famed Novelist 
John Steinbeck 
covers Political 
Conventions 


One of America’s great- 
est living authors, john 
Steinbeck, is in Chicago 
reporting one of Americas 
greatest human dramas — 
the political convention. 


This is a FIRST! 
before has this famous 
writer turned his gifted 
pen to political commen- 
tary. With the cloquence 
that won him the Pulitzer 
Prize tor “Grapes of 
Wrath.” John Sreinbeck 
will write 12 stories—6 on 
each convention. 


His vivid stories of the 
Chicago and San Francisco 
convention scenes, the po- 
litical personalities, their 
speeches and backstage 
shenanigans appear ex- 
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Eisenhower wished Aviatrix Jacqueline Coch- 
rane good luck yesterday in her campaign to represent 
California's 29th District in Congress. She said she called 
on the President “just to say hello.” 


tos Bren 
who vance of 
his weekend short to fore the convention during its 
confer with congressional lead- fourth day, Aug. 23 


resting and wil! 
Senate 


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hearing Wednesday after being 
charged with assaulting a po 
hice officer when he tried to 
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40 or 50 men at Ist and Farra 
gut sts. nw 

Howard Wis of 
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Jones, 28, of 1325 Childress st 
ne.. was cnarged with striking 
Hult several times. Hult was 
treated at Freedmen’s Hospital 
for cuts and bruises on the 
chest, forehead, lip and eyes 

Hult gave this account of the 
fracas: He and his partner, Pvt 
Dominic F Monica. found 
about 50 young men standing 
on the sidewalk being “loud 
and boisterous and some of 
them drinking beer.” 

They placed one man in their 
scout car when he became 
abusive on being told to go 
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demanding his release. While 
Hult was placing Wise in the 
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ficer and fled 

Huit caught Jones 60 feet 
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and a peaked straw cap held 
up a cleaning store yesterday 
and escaped with about $40 in 
an apparent repeat robbery of 
the same store by the same 
man 

Margaurita Reid listed at 
832 Longfellow nw., the 
manager, told police she was 
alone when the robber entered 
Blue Ribbon Cleaners at 110 
Florida ave. nw. holding a bag 
as if it contained a gun 

Mrs. Reid told police that the 
robber tossed her another pa 
per bag, ordered her to fill it 
with money, and then fled east 
on Florida ave. She said the 
man closely resembied the rob- 
ber who held up the July 
7, escaping with similar 
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11 @—Police hunted today for 
A middle-aged 
man who abducted two 16-year- 
old East Ind., girls 
and attacked them several 
times during a terror-filled 250 
mile ride. The girls escaped 
from their abductor here by 
scrambling out of the trunk of 
the car when he stopped for 
gas 

The girls told Sheriff Orville 
Lee the man accested them on 
an East Chicago street late 
Thursday after they had at 
tended a carnival Hie talked 
them into getting in his car to 
direct him to.a tavern, they 
said One was attacked four 
times and the other three times 
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German economists Hans Schirmer, 33, of Leipzig, and 
Kurt Nerlich, 28, of Berlin, are shown on the motorcycle 
that so far has carried them 65,000 miles. 


Two German Eeonomists 
Here on Motorcycle Tour 


Two young German econo- 
mists rumbled into Washington 
yesterday, parked their motor- 
cycle, and shook off the dust 
of a 65,000-mile trip around the 
Western Hemisphere. 


Hans Schirmer, 33, of Leip- 
zig, and Kurt Nerlich, 28, of 
Berlin, have bounced around 
two continents on a tour which 
started in 1954 from Toronto, 
Canada. A long-time dream of 
the pair, the purpose of the 
trip is to study various econo- 
mies of various countries and 
write a book, on their experi- 
ences 

From Toronto, where they 
had lived for two years earn- 
ing money for the trip, they 
traveled to Hudson Bay, and 
across Canada to Alaska, where 
they spent fourteen days living 
with the Eskimos. 

Traveling down 
Coast, they passed 
California, where they 
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Two Conjurers Find 


Demon—the Cops 


NEW YORK, Aug. 11 W 
Two college sophomores were 
arrested today for trying to 
practice witchcraft in the Bronx 
Zoo Park 

The police complaint said 
they were “engaged in a cere- 
mony of demonology and were 
calling forth a demon.” 

In court later, Magistrate 
Hyman Korn observed that the 
youths conjured up their 

demon” all right: The cops 

“Anything can happen in the 
Bronx,” the judge sighed 

Police said they found 
youths, Charles Bartolotta, 18, 
and Howard Sarrett, 17, On 
their knees a 200 pavilion 


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On Freighter Off Lewes 


LEWES, Del., Aug. 11 \(®—An 
explosion at sea killed two 
crewmen aboard the German 
freighter Heidberg and criti- 
cally injured six others 

The blast shook the freight 
er, inbound to Philedelphia 
from Venezuela, yesterday aft 
ernoon just as the ship entered 
the Delaware bay 

The dead seamen were Suer 
gen Schwittner and Herbert 
Goeldener. Beebe Hospital in 
Lewes reported the other sea- 
men were badly burned and in 
critical condition. All were 
German nationals. 

An early Coast Guard report 
put the death toll at 10, based 
ron reports from the stricken 
ship, before the Coast Guard 
actually reached the vessel 

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From News Dispatches 


| WUERZBURG, Germany, 
Aug. 11 (#)—Pvt. Fred R 
Chandler, 21, on trial together 
with six othet American sol- 
diers for the alleged rape of a 
15-year-old German schoo! girl, 
testified today he signed a state 
ment about the crime without 
knowing what statement 
was all about 

| Chandler, of Kansas City, 
Mo., was the first of the soldiers 
\to take the witness stand in the 


‘fifth day of an Army general 
court-martial which receiv 
‘ing considerable attention from 
wou Germans. 

After Chandler's signed state 
ment was read into the court 
records over*the objection of 
the defense, the court ad 
journed until Monday. The 21. 
year-old soldier said he signed 
the statement without reading 
it or having it read to him anc 
that he was not informed about 
his legal rights when signing it 

An Army investigator had 
testified he warned the soldier 
that the statement could be 
used against him at a court- 
martial 

Chandler's statement was the 
second admitted to the court 
records. The other came from 
Pvt. Clifton Franks, 21, of 
Omaha. 

In a statement made the day 
after the incident and read in 
court today, Franks said that 
he and five fellow soldiers had 
improper relations with the 


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where they studied the ancient 
Aztec empire, and down 
through Central America to 
South America. 

They crossed by boat to 
Trinidad and Cuba, landing in 
Florida last month. 

Schirmer, who speaks three 
languages besides German, 
rolled out amecdotes by the 
dozen 

They varied from tales of an 
attack on their camp by In- 
dians in Venezuela, which they 
antes gall’ thea a Observers said today that the 
scriptions of a 20-motorcycle fault probably lay with the 
welcoming parade in Colombia ol agra ans sod who did not 

Everywhere they went, peo- yp temp d vem. = ype 
ple offered them gifts. These Pethod of Mill Valles Cali 
ranged from 360-pound — Immediately before her col 
moth tusks in Alaska to an In- oe / 
dian baby in south Mexico, and|!@Ps¢, Petkoff asked two ques 
from a 3-foot crocodile in Nica-|“©™S. 


ragua to a shrunken human! . [he first, “Do you a 
« |close contact with your father? 


was translated to the girl as 


girl 

Meantime, faulty translation 
of a prosecutor's questions 
from English into German may 
have caused the collapse yes- 
terday of the alleged victim 

The girl broke down on the 
witness stand after eight min 
utes of testimony. She was 
carried out of-the courtroom 
on a stretcher. 


From Washington, they plan 


lationship with your father?” 
The second, “Do you love 
——“iyour father?” was translated 
as “Are you in love with your 
father?” 


Scientists 
List Hazards 


amid a cluster of flickering . 
candles, drawings and sulphur T H ° di ‘ 
flares, muttering incantations. Oo ere ty 
Police said the pair, both . 
City College engineering stu- COPENHAGEN, Denmark, 
dents, explained that under Aug. 11 (»—Radioactive lumi- 
the rule of demonology, they nous paint on watches, instru- 
were to light the sulphur and vw . 
when the demon appeared, ments, television sets, X-ray 
they would trap it In the pen-tubes and nuclear reactors is 
tazgon. among the sources of man- 
“We keep the monkeys in made radiation which may con 
cages out here.” advised the tribute to an increase of ge- 
cops, hustling the lads off to netic hazards 
headquarters on charges of vio- This was the conclusion to- 
lating park rules, lighting fires,day of an international group 
defacing property and loitering of radiation scientists, winding 
after midnight up five days of meetings in Co- 
An attorney for the pair said penhagen under World Health 
it was just a “boyish prank . , . Organization auspices. 
done with tongue in cheek.” One of the most important 
Bartolotta, of the Bronx, and sources of radiation affecting 
Sarrett, of Mount Vernon, N. Y., sex glands is certain types of 
were paroled in the lawyer's X-ray examination, the study 
custody for a hearing next Fri- group, on the effects of radia- 
dav. tion on human heredity, 
agreed 
The effects of man-made ra 
diation on human heredity 
must be regarded as harmful, 


Crash Survivor 
they said, although the harm 


Klectrocuted 
may not become apparent for 


WESTHAMPTON,N. Y., Aug generations. The study group 
ll (‘A teen-age girl walked also noted that experience with 
away from an automobile wreck |jivying creatures ranging from 
late last night but was elec- micro-organisms to mammals 
trocuted when she stepped showed mutations are induced 
against a high-voltage wire by radiation 
knocked down in the accident 

Sherry Topping, 15, of West. 
hampton. Beach, was riding in 
a car with two youths. 


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Wade. Crosbey, 36, of 3757 
Jay st. ne. stumbled down three 
flights of stairs his clothing 
ablaze yesterday after gas 
from an unlighted oven in his 
kitchen exploded. 

He was taken to D. C. Gen 


eral Hospital with third-degree | 


burns over his entire body. 
said Crosbey told 
bother me. Just 


Firemen 
them: “Don't 
let me die.” 

Police found a _ three-page 
note on Crosbey’s kitchen 
table. It read in part 

“My life has been filled with 
so many disappointments my 
whole personality has been al- 
tered I must be sick to do 
a thing like this . | actually 
seem to live in a world where 
I do not penong ».« The rest 
of the e was too scorched to 
read, police said. 

Oswald Smith, 40, who lives 
in the apartment next to Cros- 
bey, said he heard the gas ex- 
plode with a loud “poof” about 

m. 

He looked out and saw Cros- 
bey run out the door with “his 
body aflame.” 

Odell E. Walker, the apart- 
ment manager, said Crosbey 
was employed at Fries, Beall 
and Sharp hardware store, 734 
10th st. nw 

Walker said Crosbey and 
Charles C. Little had rented the 
apartment on June 23. Little, 
to whom the note was ad- 
dressed, was not home at the 
time of the explosion 

The kitchen window was 
blown out and a wall cracked 
by the explosion. The heat 
melted plastic seats on kitchen 
chairs and scorched curtains 
but did not spread 


1 Burned as Gas 


Explodes on Boat 


Four persons were burned 
seriously last night when a 
cabin cruiser exploded and fire 
spread to a second boat at 
Herald Harbor Park on the 
Severn River, Anne Arundel 
County police reported 

John R. Reinsneider, 26, 
Dorsey, Md.: Daniel L. Rein- 
sneider, 23, Dorsey: Edward R. 
Mosley, 30, Herald Harbor, and 
William Woodal?, 20, Dorsey, 
were all taken to Anne Arundel! 
General Hospital 

Ersal Davey, chief of the 
Herald Harbor Volunteer Fire 
Department, said the 38-foot 
cruiser was moored at Herald 
Harbor for several hours yes- 
terday afternoon before a leak 


impressed by the giant to return to Toronto via Phila-/ 20° you have an intimate re-in the gas line was discovered 
Mexico, delphia and New York. 


When someone tried to start 
the motor, it exploded in flame 
The three men from Dorsey, on 
board the boat, were thrown 
clear. The fire spread to a sec- 
ond boat moored alongside the 
cruiser and burned Mosley. 


Haypile Yields 
Baled Money 


SCOTTSVILLE, Ky., Aug. 11 
*”—Moda G. Taylor was rooting 
around in a pile of hay yester- 
day, but he wasn't looking for 
needles. 

Taylor, a 44-year-old farmer. 
Was supervising hay baling 
when his wallet containing $678 
dropped into the baler. 

The ensuing ‘search turned 
up $393 in currency, $185 in 
checks and scraps adding up to 
$100—a total of $678 if the 
scraps are honored. 


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Wrestler Complains Police Really Threw Book at Him 


A 210-pound wrestler com-\ing him at 2 a.m. Friday in the 
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roughed up by police and hit’ Further, Steinborn said, 
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scheduled match at Capitol ofderly conduct charge he was 
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Richard O. Steinborn, 22, of book: 
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5 Killed in Factory Blast 


OKAYAMA, Japan, Aug. 11 
m—A soybean-oil factory ex- 
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persons and injuring 13 others 
seriously. Damage was esti- 


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explosion is undetermined. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER ALD 
A 4 Sunday, August. 12, 1956 


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Around the World 


Japan Gets‘Ultimatum’ on Treaty 


it or'Shigemitsu will probably leave ties much higher. In Ahmeda- 
about the same time for the had, rioters threw acid bombs 
at police 


MOSCOW, Aug. 11 (*—So-'on Soviet terms—take 
viet Foreign Minister Dmitri|/¢ave it. 
Shepilov today gave Japanese’ Shepilov told Shigemitsu he same conference 
Foreign Minister Mamoru was leaving Moscow Tuesday ‘The Japanese leader dodged 
Shigemitsu two days to sign for London to attend the con- when asked by newsmen 
a Sovict-Japanese peace treaty ference of the Suez Canal. whether he could accept the So- 
viet terms. “That belongs to 
the future,” he said 

The Japanese have been 
pleading for the return to Ja 
pan of the two southernmost 


Kurile islands—Kunashiri and | by -alled 
‘Etorofu—which the Russians wel wen = ee raise the 
occupied after the end of World 0 The of deputies from 39 to 
1! and still hold. he Communists will take 
ssi: ‘aft o he *".. , , 

w.. oom age m. rhe Laotian Premier, Prince 

"4 56: Souvanna Phouma, reportedly 
mais and Shikotan islands to said Friday that Laos hence- 
Japan but makes no mention forth would follow en abso 
of Kunashiri and FEtorofu lutely neutralist foreign policy 

Shigemitsu. told reporters snq would refuse to enter any 
the main subject of his talk bloc or alliance provided she 
with Shepilov today was the i, not threatened. Red China 
wording of the _ territorial .,4;, reports quoted the Prince 
clause in the draft peace treaty. 4. saying Laos had adopted a 

“They want to maintain the coexistence policy toward 
Russian wording of the clause,” China : 


he said. “We have shown all 
possible flexibility, but they are Rebels Near Jakarta 
Reuters 


not willing to change any of 
their old proposals JAKARTA, Aug. 11—Units of 
the Darul Islam organization, 
which seeks to overthrow the 
Indonesian Government and 
establish a Moslem religious 
state, have killed 13 persons 
and burned hundreds of homes 


Laos Accord Signed. 


HONGKONG, Aug. 11—The 
Royal Laotian Government and 
the northern Communist Pa 
thet Lao regime have signed 
a final agreement unifying 
Laos, it was reported tonight. 

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Prep News Dispatches 
MOSCOW, Aug —Foreign 
Minister Dmitri Acti ds will 
personally lead @-drive at the 
forthcoming London confer. 
ence to thwart Western plans 
for internationalizing the Suez 


Canal. It will be his first ap- 
pearance at an international 
conference since he succeeded 
Vv. M. Molotov 


Sources said he would leave 
here Tuesday by plane for Lon- 


don, accompanied by Deputy 
Foreign Minister V. S. Sem- 
onov, and G. T. Zaitsev, head 


of the Ministry's Near and Mid- 
die East Department 

Greece, meantime, surprised 
the Foreign Office today by an- 
nouncing she would not attend. 


At odds with Britain over 
Cyprus, Greece said her “spe 
cial position” would prevent 


her from contributing a peace- 
ful solution to the Suez dispute. 

\ Spokesman in Athens said 
. the move was aimed at “avoid- 
ing placing this country at the 
conference in unpleasant situa- 


tions in conflict with her al 
lies.” He said the refusal did 
not indicate any change in 
Greece's diplomatic position 


tritish Ambassador Sir Wil- 
liam Hayter called on Shepilov 
this morning and handed him 
a note stating Britain was un- 


abl. to accept Soviet sugges 
tions that the conference be 
postponed beyond Aug. 16 or 


that membership be greatly 


expanded 


It is no secret here that the 
Soviet Union intends to back 
Egypt to the hilt and oppose 
proposals by the Western 
powe! 

Pravaa said today: “Britain 
and France are known to be 


planning to bring up at the 
conference the idea of ‘inter- 
nationalizing’ the Suez Canal. 
which would in fact amount to 
an attempt to take the canal 
away from Egypt, thus depriv- 
ing the Egyptian nation of its 
legal property.” 

Both Russia and India re- 
portedly have concrete propos 
gis to put forward at London. 
Indias “Nehru plan” is be- 
lieved to call for an interna 
tionai agency, formed under 
U. N. auspices, to handle main- 
tenance of the cana! 

Alfred Robens, foreign af- 
fairs spokesman for the British 
Labor Party, put forward this 
S-point plan 

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Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser 
(back te camera) is shown as he addressed 
a meeting of the International Federation 
of Arab Labor Unions in Cairo last week. 


national company to be formed 
under U. N. auspices to manage 
the canal 


® The Egyptian government chorus of criticism against Brit- 


to be given a guaranteed an- 
nual royalty from dues with the 
rest of the receipts spent en- 
tirely on the canal itself. 

® Formulation of a master- 
plan for Middle East economic 
development 

© An all-out effort to settle 
the Arab-Israeli conflict 

British reinforcements mean- 
time began arriving at Cyprus. 

The aircraft carrier Theseus 
reached Famagusta on Cyprus’ 
east coast, only 250 miles from 
Cairo, with about 1000 para- 
troopers, gunners, engineers 
and support troops. The carrier 
Ocean is due shortly with more 
troops 

The privately sponsored 
United Nations Association in 
London issued a statement to- — 
night backing Eden’s «‘etermi- 
nation to keep the canal an in- 
ternational waterway, but cau- 
tioned him against ignoring the 


United Nations. Britain, like 
other U. N. members, it said, 
was under obligatiONn “not to 


inter- use military force for its own, 


United Press 
The Federation said yesterday that its 
members would blow up western oil in- 
stallations in the Middle East if Britain 
and France seized the Suez Canal. 


purposes and without reference 
to the VU. N.” 
Part of a 


Pact. 
swelling Asian man in Karachi said that 
“unhappy” 
ments. 


ish-French “warlike” prepara- 
tions came from Pakistan, like 


Iraq a member of the Baghdad 
A Foreign Office spokes- 
Brit- 
ish Commonwealth country was 
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Iraq Seeks Mediation Role 


SUEZ—Free Page I 


opinion, an attempt he is cer 
tain would fail.) 

Lebanese Minister of State 
Saeb Salam flew into Cairo 
today. delivered a message to 
Nasser from Lebanese Presi- 
dent Camille Chamoun and 
urged “peaceful negotiations” 
to settle the explosive Suez 
issue 

In Baghdad, Iraq Premier 
Nuri Said conferred with the 
British and Americap ambassa- 
dors in what was reported to 
be a “secret diplomatic effort” 
to reach a peaceful! solution 

There was no Official com- 
ment from either side on these 
talks, but the suDject was suf- 
ficiently urgent to bring the 
British Ambassador, Michael 
Wright. back from London, 
where he had been conferring 
with the British Foreign Office 

In London, a British Foreign 
Office spokesman said “I know 
of nothing special going on at 
the moment.” He had no 
specific comment on the re 
ported Iraq offer to mediate 

The Executive Committee of 
the International Federation of 
Arab Labor Unions, now meet- 
ing in Cairo, decided to call on 
its followers to blow up oil 
works. and destroy Western 
military installations in Arab 
territory if Britain and France 
attack Egypt 

The committee also urged an 
Arab boycott of all ships and 
aircraft belonging to any coun- 
try which attacks Egypt or sup- 
ports such an attack and called 
for a general strike Aug. 16, the 
day the London conference on 
the Suez opens 

The Federation claims to 
represent workers of Egypt, 
Jordan, Syria. Lebanon arm 
Libya. none of them oil-produc 
ing states. The threat involvec 
Western pipelines throug! 
Syria British bases in Jordan 
and the United States air base 
at Wheelus in Libya, among 
oLne! 
The workers resolution was 
the second call for a general 
strike 4 group calling itself 


DULLES—From Page I! 


Aessocia‘(edé Press 


Still wearing her veil, an Egyptian heusewlfe practices 
rifle shooting at a “national liberation army” training cen- 


ter in Cairo during the Suez crisis. 


the “strike group for liberation 
of the Moslem world” 
urged a general work stoppage 
throughout the Arab countries 
Aug. 16. 

[The Federation also pro- 
posed calling another Bandung 
conference of Asian and Arab 
countries to rally support for 
Egypt, United Press reported 
It is believed that India and 
other Asian powers would op- 
pose such a move.) 

After their meeting, the 
Arab union leaders called on 
Nasser. Persons present quoted 
him later as saying: 

“The canal crisis serves to 
prove that Arab nationalism 
has revived. This was the hope 
about which I wrote in 
book, the Philosophy of the 
Egyptian Revolution.” 

In the book, Nasser._posed 
this questiton: “Can we further 
ignore the existence *f an Is 
lamic world with which we are 
united by bonds created not 
only by religious belief but also 


Nehru Opposes U.S. Plan 
For Suez, Dulles Advised 


isfied” with Western moves to 
internationalize the strategic 
waterway. But he also empha- 
sized India’s interest in main- 
taining freedom of navigation 
in the Canal so long as “it 
does not impair Egypt s sover- 
eignty and dignity.” 

Leaders from both sides of 
the congressional aisie will be 
on hand for the extraordinary 
White House conference. Most 
of the Democrats will fly from 
theig, Chicago nominating con- 
vention at 11:30 a.m 

The President and Dulles are 
anxious to win bipartisan sup- 
port of the Big Three's objec- 
tives. They also want to give 
the leaders a clear-cut picture 
of the explosive situation. 

There has been speculation 
the President may discuss the 
possibility of a special session 
of Congress to give him emer- 
gency powers such as those 
granted for Korea but Dulles 
has minimized this. Both he 
and the President, however. 
have made no secret of their 
anxiety over the crisis 

Diplomats here say they ex- 
pect the London conference to 
lead the way to an eventual 
peaceful solution. But they em- 
pnasizg that the London meet- 
ing alone probably will be un- 
able to reach final agreement. 

This could mean a iong road 
of diplomatic negotiations may 
be ahead 

Today's meeting 
wled to keep the 
fully informed on 
of the dispute and 
settiing it 

Dulles said the President 
wanted the Congressmen thor- 
oughiy briefed because he 
“feeis very strongly about shar- 
ing responsibility with Con- 
gress. particularily if there 
should be any risk of hostili- 
ties,” 

A special Air Force plane was 
dispatched to Chicago to bring 
the Democratic leaders here 

Among Administration  of.- 
ficials scheduled to be on hand 
are Vice President Richard M 
Nixon, Adm. Arthur W. Rad- 
ford. chairman of the Joint 
Chiefs of Staff, Assistant De- 
fense Secretary Gordon Gray 
and Ur. Arthur S. Flemming, 
director of Defense Mobiliza- 
tion 

Under present, plans, Dulles 
is expected to outline the U. S.- 
British-French plan and cite 
the danger of war if no agree 
ment can be reached with 

ry pt 

Ul 


was sched. 
‘awmakers 
serio isness 
plans for 


ficials emphasize. however 


Frederick Girl 
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Ass iated Press 

blende, blue-eyed Fred. 
erick High School senior won 
the dress review contest, wind.- 
up ex. wt of 4H Club Week 
which has ended on the Uni- 
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College Park. 

The winner was Geor-ia 
Anne Masser, 16. w! se win- 
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the United States does not in 
tend to send troops even if 
Britain and France eventually 
decide they must fight 

The U. S.-British-French pro 
posal, which has been sent to 
all nations invited to the Lon 
don conference, is understood 
to make these points: — 

The canal must be open to 
shipping of all nations 

4 new international 


tablished. 

Egypt should get a reason 
able income from the canal 

Shareholders of the old Suez 
Canal Company should be com- 
pensated for the property 
seized by Egypt. 

These proposals were put 
forward merely as suggestions 
for conference consideration. 
not on a take-it-or-leave-it basis 

Officials feel certain Egyp 
tian President Gamal Abdel 
Nasser would not accept an in- 
vitation to attend the confer- 
ence The Egyptian strone 
man is scheduled to say of 
ficially today whether Egypt 
will attend. 

Diplomats hope, however 
the London conference will 
agree on a plan for internation 
alizing the canal which could 
be submitted to Nasser with 
the endorsement of the nations 
most interested in the water- 
way 

Those inelude both Russia 
and India. The diplomats think 
Nasser might agree to accept a 
plan with such an indorse- 
ment or at least agree to nego 
tiate on it 

The Dulles-Mehta mecting 
took place at Dulles’ home, at 
Mehta's request 


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he traveled 7500 miles 
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situation there. His arti- 
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The 
book. 


by historical realities’” 
answer he gives, in his 


only of the Arab world from 
Asia to the Atlantic, but also 
of Africa. 

Lebanese Information Min- 
ister Mohamed Sabra was the 
official in Beirut who said Iraq 
is offering to mediate the storm 
blown up by Nasser’s national- 
ization of the Suez Canal Co 

Despite Iraq's alliance with 
Britain in the Baghdad Pact 

has an 
nounced it considers Egypt was 
within its rights in taking con 
trol of the canal. This support 
for Egypt jolted Britain. but 
relations between the countries 
have continued good 

Lebanese sources said Iraq's 
show of support for Nasser was 
urged by President Chamoun 
to prepare the way for the 
mediation attempt. Egypt has 
been hostile to Iraq because 
of Iraq’s membership in the 
Baghdad Pact 

When he arrived here with 
Chamoun’ message, Lebanese 
Minister of State Salam told 
newsmen 

“We all hope wisdom will 
prevail in this critical situa 
tion. We think peaceful nego 
uations are the best means of 


reaching 2 decison satisfactory 
te everyone” 

Salam insisted. however. that 
there was no question of any 
differences between the Arab 
countries om the nationalize 
ven ise 

“The Lebanese people and 
the government solaily sup 
port President Nasser in his 
stand he said 

Salam informed the French 
Ambassador here that Lebanon 
would consider any attack on 
Egypt am attack on Lebanon. 
the Mideast News Agency said. 
according the United Press 

lin Darmmescus, the Srrian De 
fense Ministry announced for- 
mation of a “public resistance 
organization™ under the direc 
tion of the Syrian Army. The 
Ministry called on all &t Sy- 
rians to enlist fer military 
training to “face plots of 
imperialiem against the Arad 
nations. 

The British Embessr ‘here 
sent a strong note to the Egyp 
tian Foreign Ministry protest 
ing the expulsion of two Brit- 
ish employes of the Shell re- 
finery at Suez An embessry 
spokesman said the protest was 
made after the Egyptian Inte 
rior Ministry failed te give a 
satisfactory explanation for the 
deportation of Henry Peuleve 
and Arthur Hawke early yee 
terday. The Interior Ministry 
said they were expelicd “Tor 
reasons of public security” and 
refused to. elaborate the 
spokesman reported 

The spokesman said Peuleve 
ang Hawke were arrested 
Thursday night 2nd deported 
aboard the tamker Capelie Fri 
cay 

The newspaper Al Shasb re 
ported a plan is being drawn 
up for distribution of arms te 
civilians im cities and villages 
f the Suez Canal area and 
nearoy provinces 

The Mideast News Agenmcs 
reported from ismailia that 
Egypt's chief administrator of 
the Suez Canal Company. Col 
Mahmoud Younis, has o@ered 
ail foreign emplores of the 
company a izgyear contract 
wR written assurances thal 
they will continue to enjoy the 
same privileges and remunera 
tiens as under the old admin 


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Strug 
Of an Historie Process in 


By Chalmers M. 


Stam Reporter 


The struggle over the Suez ingly Chaim Weizmann’s state 
Canal, with its attendant threat ment that Israel needed sup 
of a Middie East war, is a phase port of “a great nation,” a nota 
of an historic process of change tion which may help explain 
which began in why Nasser later turned to the 
* Asia at the end Soviet Union as an ally. as 
of werte War ' Weizmann had to Britain. Nas 
II and ooner ser wrote that the Arab zone’s 
or later will af “elements or strength” were 

s the “community of neighboring 

® peoples,” the “important strate- 
gic position” of Egypt and the 
oil resources of 
East. 

Nasser quoted a University 

d of Chicago report that half the 

Koverts world’s proved oil reserves are 
dd Alte in the Middle East, and that 
something they feel the United while it costs 78 cents to pro- 
States must do if in the long duce a barrel of oil in America 
run it is to act in its own best and 43 cents in South America 
interests. it costs only 10 cents in Arab 

What gives the Suez crisis countries, “where the worker 
special emphasis, in this re continues to receive less than a 
spect, are the expansive views subsistence wage.” 
of Egyptian President Gamal The Arab world’s strength, 
Abdel Nasser. Some of these he said Nasser, depends on your 
gave in his Alexandria speech ability to act in a situation, 
of July 26, when he announced when we really understand the 
nationalization of the Suez strength resulting from the tie 
Canal Others are contained binding us together and mak 
in his booklet, “The Philosophy ing our land a single region 
of the Revolution,” written af- from which no part can with- 
ter he led the successful over- draw and of which no part, like 
throw of King Farouk and, of an isolated island, can be pro- 
late, well read in the State De- tected without protection of 
partment the whole.” 

At the end of World War 11 As to Africa, Nasser wrote 

tain voluntarily freed India, Of the “terrible and sanguinary 

Ceylon. Struggle” between whites and 
red Indo- Negroes, and of “our responsi 
he French Dility to support with all our 
were driven from part ability the spread of enlighten- 
ndochina and then granted Ment and civilization to the re 
pendence to the rest of it Motest depths of the jungle.” 
and to the French enclaves in _AS to the world of Islam 
India. The Portuguese have re- \asser saw it as “a zone which 
fused to give up Goa or other Stretches across continents and 
minor Asian territories. The oceans and which is the do 
British are moving toward self- main of our brothers in faith.” 
gov: for Malava and the pilgrimage to Mecca, he 
Singapore but are holding Said, “should not only be re 
Hongkong and British Borneo. £4rTded as a ticket of admission 
The United States gave inde. into Paradise after a long life.” 
to the Philippines. It “should become an institu 
the Middle East, after “0" Of great political power 
French withdrawals in Syria and significance, . periodic 

. ties fare ‘ 
and Leban Dn, the British gave P tical on ad world 
up their Palestine mandate and Leng woe of the isemic 
yoluntarily lessened their pow states from North Africa to In 
ma a a . donesia and including the Mos 

er and hold on several Arab 

lands. Finally, the British with. lems in Russia and China 
drew their troops from Egy! All these Nasser sentiments 
= - read in the light of the Suez 

But majo ll nationalization, have added to 

inly in the form the sour taste in Western dip 
i owned tomatic mouths 

govern British Prime Minister An 
nch stOck- thony Eden's speech to his na 
vast oll CON- tion last Wednesday was cen- 

Arabia, Ku- tered on Nasser. He all bu: 
rein and Iran @atiy called Nasser’s regime a 

' ee from OF “fascist” government and de 
em and through Syria, clared that “the patt ern is fa 
and lardan to the miliar to many of us.” Few 
ap-one doubt that Eden, who opposed 
jority ot interests the British sell-out of Czecho 

in. But, even at stovakia at Munich in 1938, was 
‘are relatively far less thinking of Hitler in ‘alking of 

to the American Nasser. French Prime Minis 
companies, .or the American ter Guy Mollet has flatly called 
Government, than are the Brit- wascer 9 Hitler. 
ish. Fre nch and Dutch oil in- Washington officials have 
terests to their respective gov- neon more restrained in their 
ernments and nationals language, but their thoughts 

Nationalization of Suez — have tended to run more and 
represents not Only a 1055S, more along the same line. What 
which would have come in 12 inhibits Washington more than 

‘ars anyway with expiration | ondon or Paris is the feeling 
of le canal concession. but a that the course of history 
threat of a far bigger loss of makes inevitable the with- 
the vast oil resources and rev- drawal of Western power in the 
enues. 

And = lies Africa, a con- comay ab entisly adenie oo 
tinen th vast British, French, withdrawal 
Be! and Portuguese colo- woscow. 
nies car ied out in the days Of its own Marxist way, also fore- 
Mh century imperialism. sees the end of Western influ- 
There minorities of whites con- ence plus the substitution of 
trol, in varying degrees, Ma-jt< own power. To the West. 
jorities of blacks. Britain iS ygoscow wants a disorderly 
preparing some of its African Western retreat for its own 
colonies for independence. ends 
France has given freedom to In his Alexandria speech, 
Tunisia and Morocco but is Nasser spoke of “our glory and 
fighting a war in Algeria. IM oyr grandeur.” And Nasser 
sub Sahara black Africa, only took the Marxist view in deciar- 
Britain is firmly on the path of _ : 
independence for its colonies. | 
How ‘doe s Nasser fit into this Col, REE. ical 


“Philosophy of the Dean at AF Academy 
" Nasser wrote of DENVER. Aug 11 “—Col 
ones toward which Robert F. McDermott, a native 
t turn for our activity of West Roxbury, Mass. has 
) we must act with been appointed dean of faculty 
ity at the United States Air Force 
ones,” he said, are Academy. 
me, the “continent The post has been vacant 
id final ly the zone since Brig. Gen. Don Z. Zim- 
merman was transferred from 
majOr enemy in the the Academy to United States 
zone Nasser saw as “im-Air Force Headquarters last 
He quotes admir- November. 


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All Hope Lost tor 254 
In Mine, Expert Says 


MARCINELLE, Belgium, [A German expert said there 
Aug. 11 @—A new fire flashed is no hope of rescuing the 
up in the Bois du Cazier coal miners, the Associated Press 
mine today, all but wiping out reported. | 
hope for some 254 men en- The flames broke out in a 
tombed for more than three galley between the rescue 
days. workers on the surface and the 

; galleries where most of the 
> missing men had been trapped. 

- * Mine officials refused to say 
‘Defecting flatiy that there was no more 
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. 4a ‘ | digging a ~ag grave at a ceme- 

. , tery nearby 
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» brought up from the mine to- 
€ day by rescue workers accom- 
10-} ear Term panied by a Catholic priest 
One was a 32-year-old Pole and 
?n?—A the other a 33-year-old Italian. 
They brought to 24 the number 
known dead. 

The news of the fresh break- 
out was not immediately an- 
nounced to the waiting crowd, 
but officials could not hide the 
smoke belching from the pit- 
head. 

At Charleroi, about 3 miles 
from Marcinelle’s smoking pit, 
two special trains arrived at 
noon from Italy bringing fami- 
lies of trapped Italian miners 
back from vacations in their 
home country. 

More than half the missing 
men are Itali 
goes Riots Continue 
Nees Dispatches 


BERLIN, Aug 11 
United States court-martial to- 
day imposed a 10-year prison 
sentence on Pvt. Gayter L 
Turner, 20. of Montgomery. 
Ala.. for defecting te mporarily 
to the. Communists He also 
was dishonorably discharged. 

Turner spent 17 months in 
East Germany He pleaded 
guilty to charges of desertion 
and affiliation with an East 
German Communist group ad- 
vocating the violent overthrow 
of the United States Govern- 
ment. 

Turner deserted the Sth In- 
fantry Division Jan. 31, 1955, 
but gave himself up to the West 
again last July 3. 

— he a em Turner ty 
autzen, an East rman c 
where Western deserters are’ BOMBAY, Aug. 

kept. While there he attended continued in 
Communist indoctrination 
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The EOKA underground shot 
and killed a Greek-Cypriot spe- 
cial policeman today . bringing 
the death toll to four within 24 
hours. 


“do not want us to be an Indus) At the same time an ‘sland- 
trialized country so that their Wide strike protesting the 
products can be sold here and 5anging of three Greek-Cypri- 
find a market in this country. Iots Thursday by British of- 
have never seen any American ficials was called off, although 
aid to help industrialization. printers walked out of both the 
[he reason is that aid given for colony's English-language news 
industrialization would consti- papers. 

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aid is always designed for con-cashier of the Land Registry 
sumption.” Office. He was shot in Fama- 


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Greek-Cypriot Policeman Slain 


NICOSIA, Cyprus, Aug. 11 @/ gusta, on the eastern end of body of a third man was 


the island. 

Security forces later arrested 
four men when they combed 
the district and discovered 


arms, 
bomb cases. 

Rumors that two British sol- 
diers had been kidnaped be- 
came so widespread that the 
government officially denied 
them. It had been expected’the 
EOKA might try to retaliate 
with their own hangings for 
the condemned men hanged by 
the British. 

Two men were shot to death 
last night and the bullet-ridden 


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Police said they were be- 
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by EOKA for collaborating Government is offering man- 
with the British or failing to sions and houses for sale and 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


A ba Sunday, 


— —- — aanpsnneuneeteennementaenne —_ + 


Few Nixon 
Votes Seen 


By Stassen 


nited Press 

Harold Stessen 
terday that less than one-sixth 
of the delegates to the Repub- 
lican National Convention are 
pledged to renominate Vice 
President Richard M. Nixon 

Stassen, in a statement to the 
press, accused Nixon's backers 
of “overstating” their claims 
that Nixon already has enough 
Support to win the nomination 
on the first ballot 

“As of today,” Stassen said. 
“less than one-third” of the 
delegates have made any kind 
of public declaration for Nix 
ons renomination and “less 
than 200. of the 1323 delegatés 
to the eonvention are c¢om- 
mitted to the Vice President 

Stassen, who took a four 
week leave as President Fise! 
hower'’s disarmament adviser 
to try to block Nixon’s renom- 
ination, also said his drive to 
nominate Gov. Christian Her 
ter o Massachusetts rather 
than Nixon is picking up steam 

The understanding of my 
position has steadily improved 
support for it hes gradually 
grown each day of the week 
and rea iza™on that I am sir 
cere and that the time is not 
too lat is becoming  wide- 
spread,” Stassen said 

The former Minnesota Gov 
ernor said he has found that 
a “majority of the delegates” 
agree that “the Republican con 
vention is now definitely open 
on the Vice Presidential nom 
ination and will remain open” 
until time for formal action 

stassen cited the Minnesota 
and New York delegations as 
examples of the way Nixon's 
backers have “overstated” his 
delegate support 

He said statements have 
been made that the delegation 
from Minnesota is “unani 
mousliy committed” to Nixon 
The fact is, Stassen said. the 
delegation is not committed to 
any candidate for Vice Presi. 
dent and “many members, per 
haps the majority, are waiting 
until all information is avail- 
able at San Francisco before 
moking their decision.” — 

Sta en said the New York 
de-egrtion also has been repre- 
sented as unanimously for 
Nixon while “in fact the only 
resolution passed by the New 
York delegation made support 
of the Vice President contin 
gent on an expréssion of pref 
erence for him by the Presi 
dent.” He said “many” New 
York delegates are doubtful 
about Nixon's effect on G.O.P 
chances. 


Nixon Seen W orried 


Over Foes’ Campaign 
Chicago Deily News Service 
Vice President Richard M 
Nixon has confided to intimate 
friends here that he is worried 
about Harold FE Stassen’s 
drive to keep him off the GOP 

ticket 

His friends re} 
been brooding quite a bit” 
about the possibdie effect Stas 
hammering will have on 
delegates to the Republican 
National Convention in San 

rare 


port Nixon has 


ser) . 


ied fretting is, 


ger v his frie a$ an indi- 
cation that he hes not receivec 
from President Eisenhower the 
kind of concrete assurance 
he'd like to have 
They feel Nixon 
be worrving if the 
had told him privately 
would be Ike's choice 
The “dump-Nixon” 
go affected th 


would not 
President 
that he 


talk 
e Vice President 
“invariably” Nixon will 
off a discussion of an 
unrelated subject to get back 
to the question of Stassen's 
calm pailgzn 
At one point 
pressed concern over 


Nixon €x- 
the fact 
£eCVel 
did not reaffirt 
support of the 
“on schedule.” 

This had been set up Dy 
managers aS a means 
of offsetting Stassen’'s publicity 
barrage generally and specifi- 
cally to kill off a possible anti- 
Nixon steamroller 


n publicly their 
Vice President 


Nixon 5 


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1956 


epauer Regains Lost Power 


Johnson in 


Truman’s Action Puts 


By Alfred Friendly 


Key Spot 


Maneagine Editor 
The Washington Post 
and Times Herald 


CHICAGO, Aug. 11 — The 
curious but instant effect of 
former President Truman’s in- 
dorsement of Gov. Averell Har- 
riman for the Democratic presi- 
dential nomination is to restore 
a large measure of political po 
tency to Sen. Lyndon Johnson 
of Texas 

The Democratic Senate Ma 
jority Leader lost the power 
he had long savored—of be- 
ing decisivein the sélection 
of his party's candidate—when 
Sen. Estes Kefauver (Tenn.) 
withdrew on July 31 and threw 
his support to Adlai Stevenson.‘ 


At that point, 
tion of Stevenson looked cer 
tain. Southern and Conserva- 
tive votes likely to be guided 
by Johnson no longer mat- 
tered. Johnson appeared to 
have lost whatever bargaining 
power he once could have used 
on a prospective candidate. 

More likely by chance than 
design, Mr. Truman put John- 
son back in business. The for- 
mer President's plumping for 
llarriman was a severe blow 
to Stevenson. It can, at most. 
throw the convention into an 
uproar, and it will, at least. 
make Stevenson's nomination 
much more of a problem. 

lo the extent that Steven 
band wagon has been 
slowed, Johnson's position as 
a key figure in influencing the 
nomination is increased He 
nay control as many as 200 
votes. Wildly high estimates 
run to 350, enough to be a 
great factor in the convention 

Here is the theory of a num 
ber of professional politicians 
and the common gossip in the 
convention hotel corridors 

Despite Mr. Truman's in 
dursement, Harriman cannot 
be nominated Nevertheless 
the indorsement hurt Steven 
uncommitted or 
wavering block of votes holds 
the balance. Johnson can con 
trol a large proportion of this 
block 

Southern elements in the con- 
vention, even those tendine 
toward Stevenson. were never 
madly for Adlai. Moreover. 
Stevenson's recent civil rights 
remarks were muc’ too strong 
for the Deep South. Accord- 
ingly, the theory goes, many 
Southern delegates will grab 
at the chance Mr. Truman's 
statement gives them to get off 
the Stevenson train and look 
for a more conservative stand- 
ard-bearer. 

In this situation, Johnson 
gains power. He can pull the 


the renomina 


Sf) _ 


wavering block back into the 


Stevenson fold and thus be the 
man who restores Stevenson to 
his certainty status. Alternate. 
ly, he can bargain with some 
other candidate, and with Ste- 
venson and Harriman mutually 
stymied, effect the nomination 
of someone else. 

In the latter case, the chief 
name of a beneficiary to be 
heard here is that of Sen 
Stuart Symington (D-Mo.). One 
theory has it that Mr. Truman 
himself is too smart a politician 
to believe Harriman can make 
the grade, and haa a play in 
Symington’s favor in mind 
from the beginning. A report 
has it that Mr. Truman has 
telephoned Symington to catch 
the first plane to Chicago, and 
using his traditionally salty 
language, has told him to get 
p and get going. 

Johnson has a third play if 
he wants to make it. That is to 
push himself seriously for the 
presidential nomination, There 
are plenty of wagging heads 
here who expound on how 
Johnson never conquered the 
presidential bug. 

Whatever his strategy, John- 
on lost no time in capitalizing 
on today’s big change. Even be- 
fore Mr. Truman’s statement, 
but as if with knowledge 
of what was coming, the Ma- 
jority Leader called a press 
conference to insist he was a 
serious candidate. Few observ- 
ers think he is, but they see 
in his words and gestures an 
indication that he is going to 
Iplay the role of candidate to 
ithe utmost, and as long as pos 
isible, for the bargaining 
strength it gives him 

| Next. immediately after the 
Truman explosion, Johnson 
called another press conference 
'for Sunday. He sat in a steady 
stream of conferences with po- 
litical big-wigs. 

| Senators trooped into his of- 
ifice this afternoon on a clock- 
iwork schedule. Speaker Sam 
‘Rayburn (Tex.) had a call from 
his fellow Texan. Sen. Hubert 
Humphrey, a front-running 
vice presidential name on the 


- Stevenson in 1952. 


A} ¢ 
| ae 

Y, 
Associated Press 


LYNDON JOHNSON 
.. back in business 


SEN 


Stevenson ticket, received a bid a 


to come and chat 
The word got out that deals 
were being talked 


way the deals were going— 
toward Stevenson, toward Sym- 
ington, toward 
toward a whole new 
characters 


cast of 


But deals always mix up the 


And here. where the 


cards 


hands had seemed to be all set 


and open and known, they are 
now reshufiied. 


much more interesting game. 
Sam Rayburn Backs 


Johnson for President 


CHICAGO, Aug 
House Speaker Sam 
of Texas said today 
and second choice for the 
Democratic Presidential nomi- 
nation is Senate Majority Ledd- 
er Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas. 

Arriving here to take over 
the gavel as permanent chair- 
man of the convention, Ray- 
burn told newsmen he was “in 
good humor with all Demo- 
crats.” 


Rayburn 
his first 


He said his first choice for Me 
the presidential nomination is 3 


Johnson. 


Asked who his second choice : 


was, Rayburn replied , 


“Johnson; I don't play them 3 


two ways.” 

Gov. Marvin Griffin of 
Georgia said after a visit with 
Sen. Johnson that Johnson 
would be “delighted” to get 
Georgia's 82 votes for the 
Democratic Presidential 
nation 


Griffin said Georgia's dele- 3 


gation, which votes as a unit, 
is uncommitted. 
Hie said that 


“serious candidate.” 


Heretofore, he said that the @ 
that me 
serious i 
candidate and thought of him Pes 


unaware 
be a 


delegation was 
Johnson would 


only aS a favorite son. 


Although uncommitted, Grif- 


fin said he personally had look- 
ed with favor upon Adlai Ste- 
venson. 
Georgia delegation wants to 
see the civil rights plank in 
the platform before it makes a 
decision. 


Leonard Hall Sees 


Tammany Rejoicing 


SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 11 
?w—Republican National 
man Leonard W. Hall today 
said former President Harry S. 
Truman's choice of Gov. Av- 
erell 
the Democratic presidential’ 
nominee should cause “great 
rejoicing” in New York's Tam- 
many Hall 


Hall said: q 
memory is 
remembers the ¢ 


“Mr. Truman's 
not short. He 
overwhelming defeat of Adlai 
He remem- 
bers, too, Mr. Stevenson's re- 
marks about the mess Mr. Tru 
man left 
ton.” 

“There must be great re- 
joicing in Tammany Hall.” 

Hall said that “regardless of 
what happens in Chicago, Pres- 
ident Eisenhower will be re- 
turned to office by an over- 
whelming vote of confidence by 
the American people.” ! 

Hall made his statement 
from Republican convention 
headquarters here. 


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A AL Sunday, August 12, 1956 ereernR 


— 


Truman Supports Harriman 


TRUMAN—From Pg. I ° 


heard Mr. Truman utter it 
There were 800 of them 
jammed into the flossy Crystal 
Ballroom of the Blackstone Ho- 
tel to cover the Missourian’s 
prénouncement, perhaps the 
largest press-conference crowd 
ever assembled 


Dramatic Chapter 


Mr Truman, who knows 
American political history back- 
ward. was well aware today 
that he was adding a dramatic 
chapter to i 

Never before had 
President of the Uait 
nearly four years. removed 
from the White House, at- 
tempted to name a presidential 
nominee in quite the same 
fashion 

The « 
the case of 


a former 
ed States. 


losest parallel was in 
Andrew Jackson 


. . ’ band, 


E. Clifton Daniel, was 


just behind. 


Mr. Truman took up his 


psition on the rostrum in front 


of a big American flag. The 
movie kleig lights made him 
blink a little as he pulled out 
a sheet of paper. 


statement, 
who feel 


would read his 
then “those 
they want to 


He said he 
and 
like 


break a leg to get to the tele- 
phone may do so, and after that 


contingent has left, 


I will read 


it again very slowly for those 


who want to 


be careful that 


they have it.” 


He explained that he had 


only one copy, written with pen 


and ink 


It was very c.ear that 


the felt it was an historic po.iti- 


cal document, 
that 


for he explained 


it was “dated Aug. ll, 


1956, at 3:30 o'clock in the after- 
noon, Chicago time.” 


lows with these 


“if vou fel 
cameras will 


“Now.” he said, 


jcago Host Committee; 


Associated Press 


Adlai Stevenson (left) kept smiling yesterday as he told 
newsmen he expects to head the Democratic ticket despite 
former President Truman’s indorsement of Averell Harri- 


man. 


The New York Governor is shown (right) as he heard 


that Truman gave him unqualified backing in the race. 


I have always believed in free 


and open polit 


ical conventions, 


ally I would have to express 
my choice. In making up my 


CHICAGO, Aug. 1l ##—The 
timetable of major events at’ 
ithe Democratic National Con- 
vention opening here next 
week: 

MONDAY 

1 p. m. E D T— Democratic 
National Chairman Paul M. 
j {Butler opens convention; ad- 
idresses — Mayor Richard J. 
\Daley of Chicago, Sen. Paul H. 
|\Douglas (D-IIL), Jacob Arvey, 
‘Democratic National Commit- 
‘teeman for Illinois; James L. 
‘O'Keefe, chairman of the Chi- 
tribute 
to memory of the late Sen 
Alben W. Barkley (D-Ky.) and 
other Democratic leaders who 
have died since 1952; addresses 
by Sen. George A. Smathers 
(D-Fla.) and Rep. Michael J. 
Kirwan D-Ohio, chairmen of 
the Senate and House Cani- 
paign Committees; appoi nt- 
ment of platforms and other 
committees. 

9 p. m. EDT—Report by 
Party Chairman Butler; key- 
note film narrated by Sen 
John E. Kennedy D-Mass.: 


Convention Program | 


by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. 


TUESDAY 

1 p. m. EDT—Address by Da- 
vid A. Bunn of Colorado, Presi- 
dent of the Young Democratie 
Clubs of America, and Mfrs. 
Katie Louchheim, Director of 
Women’s Activities; address by 
Rep. Thaddeus M. Machrowicz 
(D-Mich.) 

9 p. m. EDT—Report of Or- 
ganization Committee; address 
by Richard Richards, Demo- 
cratic senatorial nominee from 
California; Harold Russell, for- 
mer National Commander of 
American Veterans of World 
War II and Korea: and Sen. 
Wayne Morse (D-Ore.). 

WEDNESDAY ‘ 

9 p. m. EDT—Platform Com- 
mittee report; addresses by 
Sen. Robert S. Kerr (D-Okla.) 
and Rep William L. Dawson 
(D-IlL, vice chairman of the 
Democratic National Commit- 
tee. 

THURSDAY 

1 p. m. EDT—Roll call of the 

states for presidential nomina- 


. tions. 


- 


9 p. m. EDT—Balloting for 

presidential nominations. 
FRIDAY 

1 p. m. EDT—Balloting for 
vice presidential nomination. 
m. EDT—Addresses by 

President Harry 5S. 
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and I hope the delegates of this 
convention will have the fullest 
opportunity to express their 
free choice without undue 
haste. 

I have little faith in the value 


mind I have talked to many dress by Gov. Frank G. 


people in many parts of the of Tennessee. temporary 


country and ia all walks of life. convention chairman; address 


sands of letters from my fellow. 
citizens. Since my arrival in 9 
Chicago a steady procession of believe that the man best qual- former 
delegates, candidates, public of- ified to be the next Presi 
ficials, political leaders, and of the United States 
representatives of workers, Harriman of New York 
business and various minorities; He will make a fighting and yf 


finish your job, I will start to 
read, because I can't read with 
ithose things flashing in my 
face. I want to say to you 
that I don't expect to answer 
any questions .. 


Polk. Old Hick 
the noml- 
1844. but he 
the scenes J a 
yenly for . / i | 


International News 


and James K 
ory master-minded 
nation of Polk in 
did it from behind 
He never came out oj 
any candidate 

The Missouri gamecock, who 
has often been likened to Jack- 
son. came out for Harriman de- 
spite the fact that Adlai Ste 
venson was clearly the over 
whelming choice of the dele- 
gates. 

He came out for Harriman 
despite the fact that hardly 
anybody outside of the Harri- 
man enthusiasts themselves be 
lieved that the rich, lanky New 
Yorker could be nominated 

And he took his bold action 
in the face of warnings that if 
he did he would throw the 
convention into turmoil and 
possibly hurt party's 
chances of winnin Novem- 
ber 
Insist They Can Win 


The 
fearful 
deciare for 


Former President Harry S. Truman displays buttons boost- 
ing Gov. Averell Harriman of New York after announcing 
yesterday in Chicago that he is backing Harriman for the 
Democratic presidential nomination. 


ment, Stevenson called a press 
conference in the Conrad Hil- 
ton Hoteland said 
“President Trumans an 
nouncement in no way. alters 
my respect and regard for him, 
and I am gratefdal for the many 
kind things he has said about 
me in the past 
“lI have based my candidacy 
on plain and forthright state 
ments of what I believe. These 
views have been indorsed by 
millions of Americans in 1952 
and more recently in a suc 
cesion of primary contests in 
every section of the country 
I think that is the best gauge 
of what the party now wants 
| am sure we adree that 
Party must and will win 
in November and that only 
liberal Democratic leadership 
can restore Americas waning 
influence in the world and 
be seen this ‘@ke advantage of our great 
evening, there was no panic in opportunity for social progress 
the Stevenson forces, and no oP ed <- be. (i Themes 
if _ —" we . » } : : 
significant defections among’ sti. candidate.” 


his delegates 
Some of the Stevenson peo- Harriman Deeply Moved 
plé believed that Mr. Truman's 
indorsement of Harriman might 
help Illinois states 
[hey thought it 
heip him in two wa 
+ Some of the S oon date 
gates. heretofore not commit 


RéverGecmens _ 


SO 


his 


in Text of Statement 


= 


strategists 
that Mr. Truman would 
Harriman were 
saying ‘sterday that their 
man would win no matter what 
Mr. Truman did. They were 
* saving the same thing after the 
bombshell went off thi s after 


Stevenson 


our 


hey have to make good 
‘ir claim 
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Governor Harriman, beside 
himself with joy. said: “I am 
might deeply moved by this mark of 

confidence by my old boss 

“No one knows beter than he 
the immense responsibilities of 
ted, may now up for Ste- the Presidency. That he shou!d 
indorse me gives me renewed 
confidence and determination 

“I have just seen President 
Truman. and what I told him. 
should like to repeat to you 
“I pledge to him, to the party, 
and to the American people 
that I will fight relentiessly for 


the 


fail 
wz free of al 
blessin 
Truman 
announce- 


; ‘ 
ii ine 


ur after Mir 


made his exciting 


| Reading then from his state- of the bandwagon operation or 
lieved in free and open politi- 1] know that each delegate 
ical conventions, and he hoped will exercise freely and inde- 
vention would have the fullest'which is his under the law. have called on me to express Successful candidate because | 
tunity to express their > - 
oppor y t press t Following the election of make the strongest candidate. ciples of our party—and New} 
haste. And now I have made up my Deal and the Fair Deal. 1 
have guided his career for the ' time the 1956 convention came 
He was happy that there ..., her : 
around there would be de , } id anes 
betterment of veloped a number of Demoera I realize that my —— who coul wage success! nal 
: > ' wii | - : " : nh 
men to — from in gs tie national leaders for cons®! * choice at this time w ll campaigns with much credit to} 
Th a } a nominee. Many people hat 
The Stevenson peopre ac- te and may cause resentment in they are men for whom I have 
knowledged privately but he knew that even- ., /°¢4¥ | am happy to see that others great admiration > 
‘ this convention has many quali- 
: : he would have to ex- C in 0 ure 
delegates, heretofore not com- > crisis in the world, I know that long experience in top Govern- 
mitted, who had swung to the of whom would make a g00d this convention must name a Ment positions at home. He 
President. I have at all times 
They estimated Harriman's and the ability to act as Presi- representing this country in 
or the r : . - wey A doctor's formula—soo - 
total de! egal e strength at about By Ex-Presdient to enter the race and campaign gent immediately upon assum- Europe and Asia. He was a thing ant 
vigorously and I did so without septic Zemo—promptly relieves the 
There never has been any period of costly and dangerous the Roosevelt Administration 
really reliable figure on Ste- lowing is the text of former the political fortunes of any trial and error. and all the vears of my own Eczema, Psoriasis, Ringworm and 
Harry S. Truman’s OMe man . Athlete's Foot. Zemo stops scratch- 
However, the United Press es- prepared statement today: along that eventu- of the office of President, I pend upon him. ing and so aids heal m 
timated it tonight at 514. To __ ; : , ing of irritated ski 
date will have to have a ma-' 
jority of all the delegates, 
Stevenson spokesmen, one 
after another, predicted  to- 
not changed the situation, or| 
at any rate had not changed 
Here were typical statements: 
Sen. John F. Kennedy of'! 
“Four-fifths of the New Eng-| 
land delegates are for Steven-| 
not change the situation in| 
the northeastern states.” | 
Pennsylvania “Sixty-five to} 
70 of the 74 Pennsylvania dele- 
on the first ballot. This was 
true before his (Mr. Truman’s) 
might possibly require a second 
ballot now.” 
Committeeman for California: 
“Stevenson will undoubtedly 
gates will take Truman's ad-' 
vice to decide for themselves.” | 


| ment, he said he always be. the reliability of political polls. 
‘that the delegates to this con- pendently the right of choice 
their views as to who would he is dedicated to the prin-{ 
the liberal principles which free choice without undue j959 we aij hoped that by the 
mind I know there are several me 
people every- were so, many well qualified 
where.” ‘ the party and the Natior d 
sideration at this convention cause dis sappointment in some p ‘ ation an £ 
talked to him or written to 
that they had spotted about 50 : But against the mounting” But Gov. Harriman has had 
‘ fied men to choose from—each 
press his own choice 
Harriman banner. man who has the experience has played an historic role in PROMPTLY RELIEVED 
encouraged worthy candidates 
300 ing office without risking a tower of strength all through 
CHICAGO, Aug. 11 “®—Fol- any way seeking to influence & R mus itching, burning of Skin Rashes, 
venson’s delegate strength. President In the light of my knowledge I know him and you can de- 
I knew all 
win the nomination, a candi- a 
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it very much. 
Massachusetts 
son. Truman's statement does| 
Gov. George M. Leader of 
gates will vote for Stevenson 
statement, and is still true. It! 
Paul <A. Ziffren, National) 
get the nomination. The dele- 
ipe off facial hair! | 
RY 


Kefauver Joins In 


Joining in the counterattack! 
on Truman's action was Sena- 
tor Estes Kefauver who with- 
drew in Stevenson's favor on| 
July 31 

Kefauver said that after the 
California primary when it was! 
clear he could not himself win 
the nomination, he had a 
chance to come out for Harri-| 
man but declined in favor of! 
Stevenson for three reasons. 

He felt that Stevenson de- 
served credit for entering the} 
mrimaries while Harriman! 
Stayed out of them. Second.) 
Stevenson was a unifying influ-| 0 
ence in the Party. Third, Ste- 
venson had learned how to| 
wage an aggressive semaine 
Kefauver estimated that of the! 
delegates previously pledged to! 
him, 100 were now pledged to) 
Stevenson. while only between’ 
18 and 20 had gone over to Har-| 
riman 

When Mr. Truman came to 
Chicago last Thursday, he an- 
nounced that he would disclose 
his choice for the nomination 
“for Sunday's papers.” Then | 
this morning he let it be known! 
that he would see the reporters | 
in the Blackstone's Crystal) 
Ballroom at 3:30 o'clock this’ 
afternoon 

Newsmen began to gather an 
hour beforé his appearance. | 
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the Missourian strode in. 

He was wearing a blue suit,’ 
white shirt and blue tie as he? 
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By John W. Finney 
/ United Press 


The Air Force believes Rus- pal witnesses and over one mil- 
ne IS x rag » hn ST ea lion words of testimony—the 
ong-range mber and possi 
‘bly is leading the United States Subcommittee heard conflict- 
iin the “terrific jump” to this ad- ing views on the key question 
vanced type of plane. of whether the United States 

This was disclosed yesterday is in danger of losing air su- 
‘with release of secret testimony premacy to Russia. The Sub 
iby Gen. Nathan F. Twining committee has put off a report 
|Air Force Chief of Staff, before until after the November elec- 
ithe Senate Armed Services tions. 

Subcommittee investigating the Throughout his testimony 
relative air power of the Twining emphasized that his 
United States and Russia. 10-day inspection trip to Russia 

Twining, testifying recently had reaffirmed his previous 
ion his return from an inspec- views that the United States 
ition trip to Russia, said, “I don’t presently has air superiority 
ithink there is any question but but that Russia is closing the 
what they (the Russians) are gap 
workine™” on a long-range sup Twining warned, however. 
ersonic bomber that the Air Force budget will 

Twining added it would be have to be substantially in 
“an awful bie step... a.ter creased next year or else about 
‘rific jump” if the Russians are 20 wings will have to. be 
‘able to go from a subsonic in- chopped off the 137-wing goal 
jtercontinental jet bomber, such 
vas the Soviet Bison bomber, to 


% Ris se ; la real supersonic heavy bomb 
: er. 
Bey | The testimony, heavily cen- 


« PtLBRANO A. I% FACTORY CRATES — Potala Pore, Ac sored by the Defense Depart 


ment, contained strong hints 
. by Twining and two of his top 
aides that the Air Force fears 
Russia is ahead of the United 
| States in development of the 
supersonic bomber 
Twining said it is “quite a 
\ways off” before the United 
i\States will have a supersonic 
heavy bomber. The present 


Reg. $22.95 Brand New 1956 
\Air Force heavy jet bomber— 
the B52—is not capable of 


Zenith 
en ispeeds exceeding that of sound. 


Disc Jeckey 3-Speed | Lt. Gen. C. S. Irvine. Air 
Phonegrach A'techment | Force Deputy Chief of Staff 


+9. 98 ifor Materiel. said that on the 


ihbasis of what he saw in Russia. 
a .ceme:te sieat-cf. balanced turntable. phone Pius a im assumes Russia has either 
ae oe ae Se reached, or is working toward 


the prototype stage in develop- 


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As Editor of the Edito- 


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Sa New Ws Bae ment of a long-range superson rial Page of The Wash 
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21° Console rv. a 4 79 oC nde A ied Twining to Russia, said the climactic moments in 
ol ‘Air Force would be further world affairs 

$189.95 New 1955 BEN $ $2995 1956 ZENITH de 98 along in development of the 

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|This is a medium—rather than 
heavy—bomber and designed 
‘as a replacement for the pres- 
ent B47. Twining disclosed. 
|however, that Convair Division 
of General Dynamics Corp. is 


Award for the Best Edi 
torial is but one of the 
acknowledgments he has | i 
received. He will be on : 
hand, with eight other | 
news specialists of Wash-_ | 
ington’s big newspaper, 


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| Twining’s testimony was the 
final part of the prolonged 
hearings by the Subcommittee, 
j|headed by Sen. Stuart Syming- 
iton (D-Mo.). In the hearings— 


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Associated Press 
~Secretary of Air Donald A 
Quarles said yesterday he has 


had “no suggestion from Presi- 
Gent Eisenhower” that former 
Secretary of 


accept. 

At the White House, Assist- 
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Talbott Link to Academy Explained 


bott and that Talbott agreed to anthropic organization dedicat- 
ing to furthering purposes” 
the new academy and that it 
elects its own officers. 
While Talbott was 


Air Sec 


Will Meet He 


of 


von 


Vets, Fraternity 


re 


Two military reunions and It’s 
one fraternity meeting will be 
held here this week. bringing | 
bout 850 visitors to Washing 


THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 


ove Sunday, August 12, 1956 13 


~ 


here... It’s new 


Air Harold Ta! about this and added that it “is retary, the statement said, he 

dott be named not a presidential appoint- “took great interest in the! Sigma Alpha Iota are 
as honorary ment.” Foundation and served as hon-| jwill meet at the Shoreham| 
ongheey Force Talbott resigned his Air orary chairman, resigning when Wednesday for seven days. 
Ronde Youn, ' Force post about a year ago he resigned as secretary.” About 400 are expected to at 
dation. after a congressional commit- “Secretary Quarles has had ‘end 

The Air Force tee had investigated reports no suggestion from President! The 83d Infantry Division 
issued a state that he was continuing certain Fisenhower that Mr. Talbott be Association will gather at the 
Sabdleation af # ervies 6s Air Fore pe Bem named honorary Sagi atated der « Saas Cetmanue Eat tee 
reports that Talbott The Air Force stated yes- _— net a advice —_ the 593d Amphibious Battalion will 
Mr. Eisenhow- terday tha the Acadeiny Foundation is proposing such meet Friday and Saturday at 
er had made the request to Tal- Foundation is a “private phil- action, the Air Force said the Burlington 


Why? We aim to keep our Cus- 
SENSATIONAL! | 7th Sen Serb 
. during summer months. At pres- 
WwW ent we need work so if you or- 
NE Attached der your screen now — you'll 
Curtain Screen save money. These summer 
READY TO TAKE HOME! prices apply to all types and 
od i sizes of Bromwell’s Flexible 
Vou've Gunes tor S anes Mesh Curtain Screens. Inside, 
last we have it Black cur 
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tive brass bar which attaches straight face opening, cor- 
to the face of any firep ace nered, room-to-room, two, 
. > install . 40 , , 
Ade’ 32” high will fit any three or four sided. Please 
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Manual Pull ..19.95 
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sizes. Hooded 
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95 
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THORESEN—the world’s greatest importer of German binoculars — now 
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LOG CRADLES SPARK GUARD 


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ANDIRONS 


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The sluminum draw-tubes and center post give you smoother, faster 
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SEEING IS BELIEVING! ENJOY FREE TRIAL! 
We've sold over ONE MILLION binoculars in recent years. This immense 


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| THORESEN’S, DEPT. 343-1-66 

952 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 10, W. Y. 


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These two dramatic photos of the Washington 
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MAGNIFIES AREA 
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REG. $1.98 
50X 
MICROSCOPE 
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POWERHOUSE you purchose during this 
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orea magnification—se powerful that @ 
tiny gre? looks like ao prehistoric man- 
ster, Provides endless thrills and fun 
tor young end eld! Reveals noture’s 
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ors in @ drop of wetter, God-gives 
beovty of leaves, flowers, cells, tiseve, 
inorgenie motter. ideal for home ead 
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Sunday, Auguat 17, 1956 Spe 


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: flami ham- 100 PR. 19.98 FULLY LINED, PRINTED 
gold, white, seaspray, pastel green, mingo, cham wa Eyal gat ie agp Bhs 
pagne, sage, toast, pink, grey, leaf green, rose, coral, APERIE! 
nutmeg, maize, avocado, ice green, cherry, and ivory! Pinch-pleated to fit windows up to 8 feet wl bP 
Countless Brilliant Prints—all on white grounds, not wide. Limited quantity! 
every color in every pattern. , 


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ann tease aoc Open Monday 12:30 to 9:30 P.M. 
re epi t's draperies of any size! 3 


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Washington Hours: 9:30. to 6 P.M. 


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» Silver Spring and PARKington, Arlin ) 
, Arlington, Open Monday, 12:30 t THE WASHIN » iano 
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gton Store Open 9:30 to 6 P.M. _ Sunday, August 12, 1956 : rer $ 
| - RS. 


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| if perfect 19.99-22.95 
men’s new fall suits 
and smart zipcoats 


| orig. 6.90 to 8.99 


summer, transition & 
early fall dresses 


$10 Wool Toppers, Car Coats 
Fully lined for now and later— 
in the styles that were the best +! 


this season! Pastels darks in 


sizes for juniors, misses! Some 
irregulars in group. 


2.99 maternities! 


2.99 dresses! 


| 88 juniors: misses! women's! 
. 2 
each $ C y) : 
| ¢ : 15-17.95 Toppers, Coats .99 uniforms! 
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SUITS: Choose your new Fall suit a' these big or Choose yourself & coat for Fall 

savings Latest styling ® button single- or a brief topper for vacation’ 

nreasted, patchpocket models with center back 290 singly The saving is that big! All-wool 

, singe’ . 
All rayon fabrics, some rayon and wools, in 
sizes for misses and juniors. 
Plaids - " 
eac 


And the patterns’ Real sharp’ 


for regulars, shorts, 
n and vacation! 


New smart darks for tow 
linen-weave pastel ray- 


for back-to campus’ Smart ! 
There's a dress here for every 


fabrics, some woots! Sizes 


h a natty rayon & orion tweed 
99.95-°25 Coats, Toppers 


co VW : 


Of. 
TOPCOATS Mat 
zipcoat to yout suit! And your 5 ns for the office’ 
. ‘) iv ‘ 
feel the strain! Singic breasted model, set!" : 
- : . . , | . y “ric ~cy? si? “4 , ; 
cleeve—perfect for wear in Washington For occasion! Team @ Cris? cotton with a sultry — 
regulars, shorts, longs a jacket dress with a smart sheath! We've even Tomorrow, come get 8 buy' 
: EXTRA! Men's if perfect $15 Tropi al Suits, big come better summer dresses you'll want for this These stunning coats and top os 
selection, 's Cloth D ‘ s - vear and next! Sizes / to 15. 10 to 20, 1442 pers were in our own stocks at hoose a cool cotton check dress in sizes 12 to 20 
ens lothang, ouwnstews Store as oie ' ' . _ eae | 7 i 
: 24%, 46 to 52 in a™ orld of colors ee ohaarg Re Laas d, blue, gold. Our maternity beauties are in 
; eke ( . . . easy-wash cottons. all 2-piec , , 
i a Pewee SIS a Fashion Dresses, Downstairs Store juniors, misses, women. if eaheie end tat as e styles, in a variety 
eS styles. Sizes small, mediun ge! 
:, : The unifort Fe, um, large 
’ - Fashion Coats, Downstasrs Store lid yrms are of sturdy poplin in checks and 
F so.ias : » 
, : sizes for misses, women. 
— eam nonenertn eee mam ’ : 
{_ofton Shop, Downstags Store 
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Boys’ 2.99-4,99 bs S| , : 
Famous Make : ng Sleeve, Boys’ 8.99-12.99 Su ' . sa ‘ 
Sweaters Genuine Leather Jackets! te 2.99 Flannel Lined Girls’ 2.99-3.99 ) | 

ngarees! Sturdy Denims Dresses, Autumn Schoo! Styles ng Jn a sar Special! Ch | 

ots’ Winter Surcoats al! Children’s New 

3-Piece Snow Suits 


1” 5% 1” 7 9. eo 


Famous make i 
mous make irregulars. All woo! 
wool-orlons, } oe wools Smart si 
» af - orions : tant urcoats in ' . 
= stvles varied rae he of cang Me wool quilt lined Se ggpe All warm Sturd . 
vs newest p $ fronts. m , ith wristiets turdy, washable bi Colorful 
ewest _patterns— ronts, many have fur col! . 2p f ue denims, ev rful and practi 
hack to schoo! patterns—perfect for have f fur collars. Leath favored with th ms, ever- cott _- cal assortment 
- . : as VM! . - set : " ear or 
knit cuffs. Sizes 418 quilt linings At] th soft cotton suede fi! bright plaids, prett Gerk colors, Big select! Select from wools, n: 
in group ll sanforized, reinforced a empire lined. yY prints. Dressy . ction to choose from, jacket woo! m wools, nylons, dacron an@ 
strain. Zip fly: sizes 612 at points of classic Fe Frucne flare skirts, or este a3 zip-front jackets! , . 2 rs . tg host of styles and colors Get 
we ee — ed models. . farmly lined an are ize buy by shoppi tre: 
ors; sizes 7-14. Plenty of col- ee as eee. eartned Wool get a BIG style aes oarty—0ne 
irs in sizes 2 to 6x i Mafia bgt Bins 
full ier, every snow suit 
y lined and interlined' Some ee 


fur collars. Sizes 2 to 6x. 


’ 
Boys’ 5.99 Bomber Jackets 
Many styles to ch ; 
ie aren ere 3:9 


Boys’ 3.99-4.99 Wi : 
nter Pants Girls’ 2.99 Flannel Lined Jeans 


pe ready cuffed 
in solid colors, sizes 4-10: 
was } , 
heble thickset osor- 999 In sturdy denim. and riv- 
at points of stra! 
“ i 88 
. 


Girls’ | 
2.99 Skirts Tots’ All Nylon Snow Suits 


Por back -to-sch 
99 ~school! Pall One plece 
] corduroy skirts, wools and 99 suite with — snow 
. ind, water and weather 3 99 
, 


ee woot quilt linin 
aires . wo 4 in aa 
weaves. &.| 
’ Piannel lined for warmth 
sinee 8 to 12. ’ 
rayons. Many et 
. vles in 
simee 7 to 14 ; ti} Nylon 
coldrs and styles, Bizes 2. 


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4,4 


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THE 


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rayon 


Genu!t 


22-4 39 Hats 


pre-blocked 


Men's 2.99-3.50 Slax 


Irregular cotton denims th ela 
she waist n faded blue 
green. tan 


sr 
belt ts, ie §-XL 
Cabanse sets. cottons & 


ire, 4, 38- * 39 Slacks, s Sper Coats 


cnar- 
Some with 


rayons, §-XL 3.99 


Sunday, >» August 12, 1956 


HT CO. 
TAIRS 


Boys’ Bright 
Flanne! Shirts 


$ 


Ir 
a Pefular. 
finish, “on 
c 


Polo Shirts 
+ ot Dt $Y 
’ Dungarees 
' Rayon Panties 
FPR te A one $Y 
Knit Sleepers 
ottons, plastic feet $] 


Tots’ 


Fine 
‘ivee O44 2 


Tots’ Sweaters 
, neles $] 
Flannel Shirts 

: $] 
Rain Wear 


Tots’ 


| Tets’ 


Uniined Jackets 
Cotten Pajamas 
nT , ta midad $] 


Cotton Denim Slax 


omert Sport Shirts 


2105] 


+] 


eve ayo 


Fur Feit Hats 
nt ogee iy “$] 
Cattan Walk Shorts 

_ - .. ave i i 
Assoried Swim Trunks 


twle $] 


‘ rs ns cer 


* 48 Gzb. Sport Shirts 
tons meen “one Oe 


{-L-XI 


risanel Spert Shirts 
, em irresulas $] 


Knit sport Shirts 
: ? xu? I 


Casual oe 3 


Site n vie loth 


- sags 
Gingi am pert Sorte 
3] 


ve Toven 


Payon Neckties 


2.29 


VALUES FOR TOTS - 


me 


Tots’ Pajamas 


Cotton flannels. bors or «! 


1-or-2-pe 


ied 


e' vie 


Tots’ Knit Undershirts 
‘ t an 9 in $] 


Seay Doll Pajamas 


No-iron ror 


Cc tons } 
«’ : ; 


white 


i. 
4-piece 


piisses. 2 


14 mos 1-63 S$] 


Tots’ Cotton Ps 


can st i Dior F] 


Tots’ Tennis Shoes 


feneee antes rather $] 


s-or Bottoms 


feet. snar >] 


VALUES FOR “MEN 


Cotton Sweatshirts 
“. "2 ‘per ? tor 9] 


Irregular Hose 


Cotton 
stretch 
10-13 


Irreg 
ere’ 


tomer 


arey ies 
nvlons 


nolo 1 to $7 


Fine owew Nats 
Quality mports ‘ 
in sroup 


+] 
Famous sewelry 


St AO ott 10m 9] 


ars. clasps. non- 
th 
7 ® fer 


tarn) 
Men's 10-Rib Umbrellas 


Imported biack ottons $] 
wood handle guaranerd 


Choice Weokties 


Raid or 
“« 


Men's Dress Shirts 
Broadc! 
oe ow ake 
Men’s Knit Shirts 

famous $] 


the in im 


Perf trregulars 
make cottons. &-XI 


Initialed Jewelry Sets 


2 $} 


plus tex 


Pamous makes nen. 
tarnish, boxed 


Imports 


Men’s Handkerchiefs 


* 3er$] 
peniitiin Ho:e 
Meten, end 3 pee $} 
Men’s Plastic Raincoats 
or $] 
Seconds, Men's Slacks 
Ass't fabrics es $] 


hand-ro 


a stretch 
’ > 


Meavy? gaurce n Navy 


s.v 


hroken 


e * D toe] , 


Washington Store Open Monday 9:30 to 6:00 P.M.; Silver Spring & PARKington Open 12:30 to 9:30 P.M. 


DOLLAR DAYS 


Back-to-School! 


co s- 
p sine” fe 
“Oz, 


VALUES FOR BOYS S 


—-~ einem . £ 


Assorted Neckties 
Ready-mades & bows. 4 tor F] 


fancy patte 


Leather Dress Belts 
eral ne . apes ‘ , ue ile 9 tor ] 


Knit Cotton Briefs 
Elastic waist pack - 
aced , Gastorted 3 for] 


white. 6-1 

Knit Tee Shirts 
Reinforced . cottons < 
cap. i ev white 3 for ] 
J Polo Shirts 

Bhort sheeve 9 tor F] 


nece tan 


rw 
knits 


I a 


Long Sleeve a 


Cotton knits. collar or ¢rew 
meck irregs. 6-14 


Cotten Sport Shirts 


Short 
perfs. 


+] 


sleeve broadcioths 
irreas.. 6-16 


Cotton Pajamas 


Lenos piisses. 2-pe 
sleeves. Ass’t sizes 


Long Sleeve Sport Shirts 
irr ’ Convertibie Bing $] 
Wipe-Clean Jackets 


Zip-front plastics. brown s 
only im asst «izes ] 


>] 


short $] 


_ ‘VALUES FOR WOMEN - 


«- 


Nylon-Dacron Stoles 


Sliicht tmperfections, luxuri- $] 
ously fringed 


Girdles—Panties 


Rayon e¢otton knit 
stretch. 8-M-L 


2-way $] 


Bandeau Bras 
WE ? tor $] 
Fall mete rise 


eather 


Pamous cott _ 


Irree 


de $] 


uppers. 4°%e-9 in er 


House ieee 
Rayon satin or fabric uppers $] 
4-9 in group 

Fine Sweaters 
Orionsa. woolens. cardigans $] 
s\ipons. misees sizes. 


Misses’ Skirts 


reyons full 


ed 


Cottons 
straich asst colors & sizes 
Cotton vee hing 

ee 25} 
solids. S-M- 

Cotton Tee Tops 

Many styles. soft cotton $] 
gnits 5 M-L 

Misses’ Shorts 

Big eroups of fabrics and $] 
styles. prints, solids 

Pedal Pushers 
anc en ors 


Many fabrics 


sizes 10-18 
Nylon Slips 
Lace trimmed tricots, quick 
dry No-iron, 32-40 
Nylon Petticeat 


Wide uffied, 
8-M-L 


Cotten Slips 


Eyelet trime 


+] 
+] 


lace 


is $] 


diustable $] 
straps. 32-44 


Cotton Petticoats 
cottons wane 


Plisse or flat 
trims. 8-M-i 


ltt. —_ae. . 


Cotton Gowns 


No-iromn crepes. V- of square $] 
neck. reg... extra sires 


Rayon Gowns 


Rayon knits lace 
Prints. solids. 8.M-t, 


Rayon Panties 
Lacy or tailored knits 
S-M-L & nd sizes 3 pn $] 
Nylon Panties 


Tricot band or elastic $s 
lee, S-M-L 3 ore ] 


Irreg. Nylon Hese 

Pull fashioned 51-15 ? 

dark or self seams. pre. $] 
B'e-10's 


Fall Handbags 


Nice 
calfs 


Nylon Anklets 


Stretch irregulare in 
asst. colers, 6-M-L 


ms $] 


group ef piastic 


3 108] 
Assorted Anklets 


White, pastels, Fruit 
of the Leom,. peck Aon $] 
aged. 6-10% 


Cobbler Aprons 


Percales, denims. chintees 
huge pockets. &-M-L, 


Cotten Dresses 


Excellent assortmen 


dresses. al) sizes 


Cotten Blouses 
Assorted colors in $] 
misses sites 


Nylonized Slips 


Sturdy lace-trimmed rayon 
knits. white, pink. 32-40 


Baby Dell Pajamas 


Sa‘in-stripe kplv rayons 
lace trim. 8-M-L 


*] 
+ of $] 


styles, 


+] 


$] 

Cetton Blouses 

Accented, 2.9 ppt 9 fer $] 
ines 


Big Summer Values! 


VALUES FOR GIRLS 


Cotton Skirts 


Colorful, washable prints. 7- 7 
“4 ] 


Pedal Pushers 


Solid or printed cottens. 7- s 
. ] 


Cotton Swim Suits 


Boy. or bloomer. ruffle styles 
colorful designs, 8-12 


Bermuda Shorts 


Cottons. solids of prir 
14 


*] 


ms 1 9 


Girls’ Cotten Shorts 


Twills. poplins. boy er nov- s 
elty styles, 7-14 ] 


Fall Sweaters 


oriones ‘ees 
cardigans, 


Irregs.. perfs. 
wool silipons 
14 


$] 


in classi¢ of nov- 
7-14 


Cottone 
eity styles 


+] 


=. —-- _—~ -@— =~ 


VALUES | FOR HOME _ 


Plastic Shower Curtains 
terns & colors. & $] 


Asst pat 
& «ize 


Cotton Scatter Rugs 
ass’t $] 


Nylon Dresser Scarves 


Fine vue! ~~,4 32- 48 or oe in. $s 
whit pin | ] 


Closeouts 
non-skid 


Becon ds. 
sizes 


gree ~ 


Bath Towels 


20x40 vas- 


tele. 6 per customer 


Beconds. 


6 fo $] 


Pillow Cases 


42234 mus 


tor 9] 
8 ser customer 8 


Cotten Sheet Blankets 
in 4 $] 


Becondes 


lina. 


Pamous. seconds. siaide 


colors. SOa72” size 


Cannon <a a 
iyo lense S 3%, F] 


Cannen Wash Cloths 


a! tg pink 
Match 20240 towels 

thick sturdy terry 4 to F] 
i2xi2 


Print Table Cloths 


Imported cottons in assorted $] 


colorful patterns. $2x52 


Cannen Bath Towels 
absorbent 9 ler $] 


7 shades 
Sugar Sack Towels 
Quick-dry 6 to F] 


bleached white. 17x31 


Mesh Dish Cloths 
Quality coxtens $ 
muti ~ stripe in 12 for ] 
13x15 


Mattress Covers 


Heavy gauge plastic. twin or $] 
full. reinforced corners 


Beoonds 
22544 sine 


lint-free 


New Fay 
Fashion Dre 


i i Aelia ty 


Sheer Curtains 


Closeouts. heavy cause pilas- $] 
tie. 6x6. heat sealed 


Miracle Fiber Curtains 
sheer $] 


Limited 


Tatiored secon ds. 


white. asst lenaths 
Tailored Curtains 
A t 9 pre $] 


Shert Ruffled Curtains 


White or pastel sheer deen- $] 
cuffied rayons. 76° long 


Lim ited euen 


Tailored Curtains 
sheers $] 


Rayon mareaulsette 


white. 73° 


Beacon Net Curtains 


allo Tre perme- 
neat ‘Rasen 4 —~4 & cotton 
sir le 


ions 


+] 
Lustren Drapes 


Lustrows printed rayons. 84 $] 
or 90° jone 


Seconds, Drapes 
Assorted pinch-pleated rayon $] 


erints er solid colers 


irreg. Chintz Fabric 
Olaze finish cote 

sae" wide” Ferme 2 ve 9] 
quan 


Traverse Rods 


ename. for 
adjustable 28-48 


lvory single 


windows 


Toss Sofa Pillows 


Plume eotton filled. revers- $] 
ible rayon orint covers. 


+] 


Drapery Fabric 


Colortast cotton Dark 
4” wide for drapes 


sliipeove 

Window Shades 

white ar $] 
one 


7%” wide. $10" } 


2 rs. ¥] 


Oll epecue cloth 


ecarthe) 


Venetian Blinds 


Hurry In For Terrific Values Monday and Tuesday! Every Department Teeming with Pre-Fall Buys! Buy Now For 
Sorry, Ne Mail er Phone Orders 


3.99 Cotton Chenille Spreads 


All Steel Venetian Blinds 


Leeman enameled with 
25 


re- 

le, easy-clean siate« 

Extra vabeen with auto- 

matic stop-tilt a 4” 
long. 23 to 36” wid 


Beconds Gessouts < as = fe 
washable 
spreads 
stor colors 
siaes 


in hd ~y son: 
Twin or full 


2 to $B 


Slipcovers, Seconds & Closeouts! 


Washabie cotton barks & twills 
for popular chair & sofa styles 


1,99-2.49 Nylon Tailored Curtains 


Attractive, thrifty for hae 9 


rm Meer te White, wash 
wide ne troenin 82-in 
wide one pair, 54-63-72-61- 


Companion Buys for You, Your Home one Family! Check Every Value! 


Misses’ 1.99 Cotton Blouses 


| ® for $3 


Ghort or long sieeve dress or 
Sport styles, misses s\7es 


3.99-7.50 Girdles 


Gampies. closeouts rayon 


eottons. nylons. asst. sizes 


2,50-2.99 Long Line Bras 


Assorted styles. side 


Cardi 


colors 


Misses’ 2.19 Slips 


gans, slipons, 
misses sizes 


Ny] Nn tric< ta lace 


pink, 32-40. 


no-iron, white 


Misses’ 2.19 Slips 


ieses 


32-40 atl 


trimmed 


lace trims, no 


Misses’ 2.99 Orion Sweaters 
big choice of 1-99 


2 for $3 


‘ 


 D for $3 


hook B&C cups 


$2 Extra-Size Girdles 


or front 2 for 73 Mie gytin oe 


2, bi Baby Doll Pajamas 


White & pastel cotton crepes, 


aN 


ee 


ea, . 
Ae eS. an ket ee ‘ 


$25 ROOM SIZE 


TWEED RUGS 


Seconds & Closeouts 


wire 


3.95-5.95 Casual Shoes 


Men's seconds, canvas upper, thick rub- 
ber soles, oxford, slipons, 6-12. 


Men’s 7.95 Shoes 


Dress and sport irregs 
suedes, 6-12 in group 


leathers a. 


2.99-3.99 Pajamas 


Cotton broadcloth coat 
middy styles, A-B-C-D 


"Zon S% 


Children’s 2.99 Shoes 


School oxfords, straps for boys, girls. 
8'4-3 ih group 


2.99-3.99 Drapes 


Seconds. 
rayons, 34° 


solid or printed draw # ye 


lon® 


Organdie Ruffled Curtains 


Men’s 3,99-4.99 Robes 


Cotton wash-wears, kasha cloths, 
washabies, § to XL. 


Permanent cracked-ice finish. 
82" wide per pair. 


2 on $5 


Studio-Daveno Covers 


~way stretcn rayon 
; ER Dry ate 


contrast piping, 8-M-L. 


2 for $3 
2.99-3.99 Umbrellas 
Closeout rayon acetate plaids and 


oo 
solids, 10-16 rib 

Cotton Dusters 

No-iron floral printe for women, }-82 
misses 

Special! Men’s Suits, Topcoats 
Seconds of better clothing. cotton, .88 
rayons, tweeds, regs. longs 4 
2.95-3.95 Famous Sport Shirts 


in group. 
Long sleeve ger quality cottons, Y .99 


3 


> sorte: ee 
~ ' Cotton twills. printe with solid 
colors. Fit 6-cush. Studio and cav- 
ences with arms 


Feather Pillows 


Large bed size, extra plump 
filled, Nase-finish tick. 


4:99 
2 tor $ 5 


Thick Rug Pads | 


Room size 9x12 ft. Cushions your 99 


Walk-Shorts, Swim Trunks 
Rayons, cottons in choice 2 wa $3 


styles, patterns, §-XL in group 


12.99 Sport Coats 
.99 


. 


Attractive thick cotton pile 
beauties in lush colors: beige, 
grey, hunter or light green, 
blue, rose, red, brown. Full 
fringed, non-skid backs keep 
rugs in place. Resist soil, 
easily cleaned. 


EBA 


‘ 
“ 


Limited summer rayon weave for 8-M-L 
sizes 


if Perf. 2 for $19 Slacks 


All wool flannels, gebs, biends, 
waist sizes 29-42 in group. 


Boys’ 5.99 Bomber Jackets 


Many style reyon gabs, woo! quilt- 
lined, 6-14 In group. 


Teens’ 3.99 Loafers, Sports 


Irreg. leather uppers, long-wear soles 
4%-9 in group. 


r 


as 


¢ 


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Aes 

he or’ 
|. 

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- 
2 


walk, adda life to rug. - 
Cotton Rugs, 6x9 Ft. 
Bright cotton pile in many eolors. Buy 
-99 several. +8 
4x6 Ft. Cotton Rugs . 
Bright accents for any room. Wash- a" 
aoie. 


rayons, sizes small to X-Large in 
group 


3.99 Work Pants 


Irreg.. cotton chinos, 29- ~42. 
29-33, Khaki and grey. 


knit extra sizes fit 
Waists 

Hf Perf. 4.99-6.99 Dress Shoes 
Pall styles, med. or high heels, leath- 9:99 
@rs, suedes, 4',-9 in group 

Misses’ 1.99-2.98 Coordinates 
Shorts, pedal hers, tops in 

orse, peal pusher. Sort 8 toy $B 
Misses’ 3.99 Swim Suits 

Golorful cotton prints in assorted .99 
Misses styles 7 
Women’s Rayon Skirts 

Lustrous gabardines, straight of 1-9 
flared lines, 24-38 

Misses’ Pedal Pushers | 
©Corduroy prints, plaids, colorful 1-9 77 
group for misses 


2-85 


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Klutz | 


Employe Unions 
To Draft Demands 
At Conventions 


A DRIVE for a general Fed 


eral employe pay raise and a 


shorter work week in Govern 
ment will be kicked off in offi 
cial fashion within the next 
few days 

This is the 
veations of Federal 
unions; the occasions when 
they set for.h their legislative 
objectives for the next year 
or so. 

A pay raise of at least 10 
per cent will get top priority 
from most of the groups, fol 
lowed by demands for either 
a 35 or 37%-hour work week 
Union recognition and further 
liberalization of Civil Service 

. Retirement also will be pro 
posed by some of the conven 
Lions. 

The employe unions have 
been highly successful in win 
ning congressional support of 
numerous employe reforms 
over the past several years 
The new CSR Act, which will 
be effective on October 1, is a 
splendid example of their 
work 

Oddly enough, some of the 
unions aren't as successful in 
handling their own financial 
affairs. Membership 
to what the union leaders think 
it should be. Several unions 
are in what is described as 
“serious” financial difficulties 
and have been operating in the 
“red.” Several conventions 
will be faced with raising mem 
ber dues, never a popular is- 
sue. And all this internal 
trouble at a time when the 
emplove unions are enjoying, 
perhaps, their greatest influ 
ence in Government! 

The Rural Letter Carrier 
arc meeting this week in Louis 
ville, and the AFL’s Specia 
Delivery Messengers are 
ventioning in Milwaukee. Wa! 
ren Bledsoe wi'l bow out a 
president of the rural our 
and Ray Hulick is slated t 
succeed him 

(mong tie major employe 
groups to meet next week ar: 
the Fi. Letter Carriers itt 
Minneapolis; AFL's Post Office 
Motor Vehicle Employes in 
Akron: Post Office & GSA 
Maintenance Employes in Kan 
sas City: National Customs 
Service Associaton in New Or 
Jeans, arr the United National 
Association of Post Office 
Clerks in Philadelphia. The fol 
lowing week the AFL's Postal 
Clerks will meet in~- Chicago, 
and the AFGE will mect here 
Top Fedcra! officials will speak 
at the gatherings 

Some of the conventions will 
see fichts for cen'rol of the 
unions. Leo George is stepp'ng 
down as the lonc-time and able 
pesdent of the AFL Clerks. 
Cline Flouse, the executive 
vire president here, is running 
te succeed him and John 
O'Connor is a candidate to sae- 
ceed House. John MacKay of 
Leos Angeles, may challenge 
House. Roy Hal’beck is a can 
didate for reciection as legis 
lative director. 

Staniey J. Tracy, a former 
assistant FBI director, is try- 
ing to unhorse Jim Campbell 
as president of the AFGE 


THE TORCH, Smithsonian's 
employe publication, carries an 
excellent piece in its current 
edition called “Killing a Cat.” 
Here it is and I hope you, too, 
like it 

“There are two ways of firing 
men 

“The first kind of firing that 
we naturally think of is to dis 
charge the employe—to let him 
go. This the line of least 
resistance and is often the 
easiest apparent solution. But 
uniess he is olutely hope 
less, discharging the employe 
only exchanges one set of 
faults for another. The new 
man will not be perfect. He. 
too, will require training and 
fashioning to his job 

“The second way to fire a 
man is te fire his mind and 
spirit with the determination 
to make good. Instead of let- 
ting the man go you set a fire 
under him so that he will make 
himself go—with enthusiasm. 

“If the employe has basically 
good qualities, even though he 
has many faults, this second 
way of firing is often the best 
You conserve the good and you 
inspire the man to grow and do 
& better job 


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is 


ars 


NAWY'S Ordnance has given — 


Superior jodD awards to An- 
nette Burton, Marie Carey. 
Richard Clark, Carl Del Russo. 
C. C. Gaffney, Beatrice Gil 
feather John Herr, Peggy 
: Ge Koback, Rudolf 
VV Murphy, Gerald 
Peter Riemer. How 
ard Treese, Dorothy Warner 
and W. W. Wolman AIR 
FORCE’S Aeronautical Chart 
Center has given awards to 
Filla Mitchell, Greene Patrick. 
Fioyd Price, Howard Kuhl. 
Annie Stuart. Vivian Ander- 
son, Robert McShane, Edwin 
Guilford, Harry Northrup, 
Richard Rood, Patricia Meeks, 
Herbert Wright, George Nun- 
ley. Edward Fozarty and Earl 
Allison CSC has given 
honor award certificates to 
Charies Denney, Frank With 
am. James McGurrin, Robert 
Robert Milkey, Frank 
Jeanette Faltmayer. 
Stanley Goldberg. Frances Hill 
"and Miriam Reeve, all of its 
pay systems section..— 

Rear Adm. F. A. Studds has 
written a book. “Steady As 
You Go,” about a young man's 
career in the Coast & Geo- 
detic Survey... . Agriculture's 
Graduate School has set aside 
35 one-course scholarships to 
be awarded annually to Fed- 
eral employes here. 


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employe 


isn't up 


The Washington 


' Times Herald 


Post 


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ity Life 


AREA NEWS 
OBITUARIES 
SCHOOLS—STAMPS. 


SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 


1956 


D. C. School 


Integration 
Wins Praise 


Lawson Challenges 
Timmerman Over 
‘Mess’ Charge at 
Democratic Hearing 


By a Stat Reporter 


CHICAGO, Aug. 11—Bel- 
ford V. Lawson, one of the 
District's two memers of the 
Democratic resolutions com- 
mittce, today sharply chal- 
lenged a statement by South 
Carolina's Gov. George Bell 
Timmerman that Washing- 
ton’s integrated school sys- 
tem is “In a mess.” 


Lawson helped cool North- 
South fires, by not insisting 
that Timmerman take the wit- 
ness stand, but said he could 
not let Timmerman’s statement 
go unchallenged 

“The fact is that we are very 
well pleased with the success 
of the integration of schools in 
the District,” Lawson said. 


“Obviously there are prob 
lems, but we feel it is a demon 
stration of the success of the 
integration of schools in this 
Nation—because Washington is 
a Southern city.” 


Mrs. Butcher Testifies 


Mrs. Margaret Butcher. a for 
mer member of the District of 
‘olumbia Board of Education. 
was one of the witnesses for a 
trong civil rights plank. Law 
on, a member of the commit- 
ee panel, asked her if she 
hought there was any need for 
in investigation of the Dis 
rict's integrated schools 

“Of course not,” she said. 

Mrs. Butcher told the com 
mittee Negroes would like to 

e thought of “as people.” 

“I'm a woman, and by the 
accident of birth I am colored.” 
she said. “Please think of us 
as people ” 

She asked members of the 
committee if they could pos 
sibly know what it meant, as 
a parent. “to have a daughter 
who considered a Negro, 
raiher than a person.” 

Mrs. Butcher drew a good- 
humored round of laughter 
when she turned to Resolut'ons 
Chairman John W. McCormack 
(Mass.) at this point and said: 
Mr. McCormack, I realize you 
are not a mother...” MecCor- 
mack and the witness both 
joined in the laughter. 


is 


Publicist Appointed 
By B'nai B'rith 


Bernard Simon, former New 
York editor and publicist, was 
named national director of pub- 
lic relations for B'nai B'rith 
yesterday. Simon will have of- 
fices in Washington, according 
to Maurice Bisgyer, executive 
vice president of the Jewish 
service organization 

Simon has been associate 
public relations director of the 
Anti-Defamation League of 
B'nai B'rith in New York for 
the last 10 vears. He was on 
the staff of Religious News 
Service prior to that. 


Alexandria Cabbie 
Slugged and Robbed 


An Alexandria cab driver 
was slugged and robbed yester- 
day by two men who asked to 
be taken to Gunston Hall. Fair- 
fax County police reported. 

Howard Thomas, 58, of 212 
E. Glendale ave., told police the 
men, whom he picked up in 
Alexandria, took $14 as they 
neared the historic mansion. 
He was treated for head cuts at 
Alexandria Hospital. 


Today’s Chuckle 


Whatever is worth doing {Is 
worth the trouble of asking 
someone to do it. 


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A censuitant has 


ally along existing or 


dots. Solid lines on the 


ture roads planned for 


) Post and Times Herald Map 


Industries to Follow Highways 


advised 
Maryland planners that future industrial 
establishments should be located gener- 


highways in Prince Georges and Mont- 
gomery Counties. Sites recommended for 
future industries are shown by black 


ing major highways in the bi-county area 
under jurisdiction of the Maryland-Na- 
tional Capital Park and Planning Com- 
mission. Broken black lines indicate fu. 


NECTICUT 


¢ FREEWay 


+ , 
©’, expressway | 
a OM mad 
+ AMMAPOLIS / 
ae 
suburban 


proposed super- 


map show exist- 


the area. 


Nearby Maryland Outlook 
For Industry Is Surveyed 


By Harrison Hagemeyer 
Sie Reporter 
The Maryland suburbs have 
been urged to set aside ade- 


quate land for future industrial 


development if they want de- 
sirable revenue producing in- 
dustries to locate within their 
boundaries 

Dorothy A. Muncy, Washing- 
ton industrial planning con- 
sultant, named 46 areas in the 
Maryland-Washington regional 
District which she said should 
be reserved for future plants, 
warehouses and laboratorits 

Industrial development is 
necessary not only to ease the 
tax burden on individual home- 
owners in the rapidly expand- 
ing suburbs, but to diversify 
“an economic base too depend- 
ent upon government employ- 
ment” and to provide jobs for 
children now growing up who 
will be too numerous to be 
absorbed by the Federal Gov- 
ernment. 

The Maryland suburbs are 
in a fortunate position to at- 
tract ' new industries, Mrs. 
Muncy said, because of the 
concentration of Federal agen- 
cies and research laboratories 
there, as well as the market 
provided by its mushrooming 
population. 

In addition, the Regional 
District is served by an estab- 
lished planning agency and 
contains almost all of the fa- 
cilities now considered impor. 
tant by industries looking for 
a new home. 

Mrs. Muncy’s recommenda- 
tions were contained in a 96- 
page report to the Maryland. 
National Capital Park and 
Planning Commission of her 
year-long study of the indus- 
trial potential of the regional 
district. 

Areas selected by Mrs. 
Muncy as suitable for future 
industries include 16 sites in 
suburban Montgomery County 
and 30 in ~nearby “Prince 
Georges. Most lie along the 
proposed inner and outer belt- 
ways around Washington. Oth- 
ers are adjacent to railroad 
tracks and radial highways 
such as the new Washington- 
National Pike and the Wash- 
ington-Annapolis Expressway. 

Suburban Montgomery 
is strictly limited in the 
amount of land available for 
industrial development, the re- 
port said, while Prince Georges 


has a wide choice of acceptable tion to the zoning code to pro- 
sites vide for the “controlled devel- 
Mrs. Muncy has been hired ” 
bs the Montgomery County opment of nonmanufacturing 
Council to make a similar|!aboratories, research centers 
st.dy of the industrial poten-and headquarters offices in 
“> nea meee a out- areas close to residential de- 
side e anning ommis-|_ 
sion’s regional district. velopment. 
fhe report pointed out that) ° Increased and strictly en- 
the regional district should not| forced requirements for off- 
be interested in competing street parking and off-street 
“with depressed areas of the loading for industrial sites. 
country for low wage paying! ® Establishment of a struc- 
industries.’ tural density requirement, set- 
The report said Montgom-iting forth the per cent of the 
ery County, with 158 acres now'site area which can be covered 
occupied by industrial estab- by a building. 
lishments, has only 88 vacant; ® Limitation of commercial 
zoned acres, and Prince/use of industrially zoned land, 
Georges, with 610 acres now/to reduce the competition be- 
in vse, has 1186 gcres unused.|/tween commercial enterprise 
Mrs. Muncy Tecommendediand industry for industrially 
numerous changes in the pres- zoned land. 
ent zoning regulations in pre-, Mrs. Muncy is scheduled to 
paring an industrial master discuss her study and explain 
plan for the regional district. details of the $6000 report at 
She suggested: the commission's Aug. 22 
_ © Addition of a special sec- meeting. 


Highway Heads, WSSC Split 
Agencies’ Fight May Stall 
Maryland Road Projects 


By Laurence Stern 
Stat Reporter 


Friction between the Mary- Buscher said the state’s 12. 
land State Roads Commission year highway building program 
and the Washington Suburban in suburban Maryland could be 
Sanitary Commission over fi- “disrupted” if the Roads Com- 
nancing and engineering of pub- mission is forced to pay the 
lic utility relocations threatens multi-million-dollar bill for 
to stall major highway projects moving sewer and water mains 
now under way in nearby Mary- within its highway rights-of- 
land way. 

The two agencies, long at Both agencies have tenta- 
loggerheads on the utility is-'tively agreed to share costs of 
sue, will go to court “within’'moving utilities on a fifty-fifty 
several weeks” to determine basis pending a court decision, 
which should foot the bill for Buscher said. He added that 
costly relocation of water andithe test case will be filed in 
sewer lines in the path of new Prince Georges County Circuit 
highway projects, Assistant Court. 

Attorney General Joseph B. Pritchett said the Roads Com- 
Buscher disclosed yesterday. mission was forced to delay ad- 

At the same time SRC Chief vertisement of contracts for 
Engineer Norman J. Pritchett dualization of Rockville Pike 
said failure by the WSSC to because of last-minute notice 
notify promptly the Roads Com- from the WSSC that road plans 
mission of conflicts between'would have to be revised to 
utility lines and highway sites protect existing water and sew- 
has caused delays of up to six er lines in the vicinity of Pook’s 
months on road projects. Hill, 

He added that the SRC has 


Handkerchiefs in Mode 


First Ragweed Pollen Makes Its Bow 
To Usher in Pesky Hay Fever Season 


By Karl Meyer 


Sta Reporter 


Pass the handkerchief, suf- crop of complaints about uncut perts say, is “pollen fallout” 
ferer, and hear the sad (aaah- razweed in the neighbor's yard..caused by winds bringing in 


choo') news: 


The first grain of ragweed sent out 143 notices giving of- noses. 


pollen—the pesky harbinger of 
the hay fever season—has been 


sighted and trillions of nose have the city do the cutting |Florida 
tickling, sneeze provoking and add the cost on tax bills.\refuge and the West Coast is 


cousins are expected soon. 
Dr. Eloise Kailin. the Dis- 


lic Health Department is al- 
ready harvesting its annual 

So far, the Department has 
fenders a week to hack down 


their weeds—or ultimately 


This last step, unfortunately, 
involves delays and primary 


also been stalled on other 
| rojects because of slow action 
‘by the Sanitary Commission in 
giving notice of -conflicting 
water and sewer lines. 

Pritchett cited as examples 

New Hampshire ave., from the 

District line to University 
‘lane, where he said the delay 

amounted to three or four 

mormihs and the Kenilworth 

Interchange, where he said the 
; _ Roads Commission was stalled 
with a scythe, pollen would still|six months on a bridge con- 
infest the air. The reason, ex-| struction project. 

In the Rockville Pike case, 
Pritchett said, the sanitary 
commission was given prelimi- 
: nary road plans in February, 

If you have money, Dr. Kailin'1955. It did not inform the 
reports that the east coast of road agency of the necessary 
provides pollen-free'change in grading until last 
week, said Pritchett. 

The dualizing project covers 
a 5-mile stretch om Chestnut 


alien pollen to torment native 


better still, Chicago-bound| 
Democrats, however, will find 


Sen. Butler | 
Backed By | 


Kisenhower 


Democrats Unite 
Behind Tydings ; 
Mahoney Issues 
Call for Harmony 


Both Repulican Sen. John 
Marshall Butler and Millard 
E. Tydings, his Democratic 
opponent in the November 
election, received campaign 


boosts yesterday. 

President Eisenhower  in- 
dorsed Butler for re-election 
and Maryland Democrats 
closed ranks behind Tydings, 
who is attempting to regain the 
seat he lost to Butler in 1950. 

Butler's office made public a 
“Dear John” letter from Mr. 
Eisenhower which said: 

“Now that you are complet- 
ing your first term in the 
United States Senate, | want 
you to know how much I ap 
preciate the effective work you 
have done in helping enact into 
law so many parts of the legis- 
lative program of this Admin- 
istration. 

“I know you will soon be in- 
volved in an active campaign 
for re-election. I hope that the 
people of Maryland give you 
the opportunity of continuing 
your service in the Senate.” 

Butler said he was gratified 
iby the President’, indorse- 


iment ) 


| “My relations with the Presi 

ident have been close and com- 

ipletely cooperative,” Butler) 
said. “He has always consid- 
ered me part of the Eisen-| 

hhower team. Naturally this 
friendship and cooperation will 
extend into the years to come 
and Maryland will be the bene- 
ficiary.” 

| Meanwhile, George P. Ma- 


honey, in a letter to Demo 


cratic party workers in subur- 
ban Maryland, pledged all-out 
personal support for Tydings. 

Mahoney's letter had the ef.- 
fect of closing the breach be- 
tweeh opposing elements in 
the Maryland Democratic or- 
ganization which developed 
after Mahoney was defeated by 
Tydings in a close primary 
fight last May. Mahoney subse 
quently gained control of the 
party organization during the 
Democratic State Convention. 

Tydings has been ailing with 
shingles, which has made it 
painful for him to speak. The 
Democratic candidate, how- 
ever, has pledged that he will 
be able to conduct a “vigorous 
campaign” after the national 
political conventions. 

Mahoney wrote party offi- 
cials that “each of us can make 
an individual personal effort 
on behalf of Sen. Tydings and 
jhis running mates” before the 
icampaign gets underway. 

“Il want to assure you of my 
willingness to cooperate with 
you in any manner in which 
you feel I can be helpful,” Ma- 
honey wrote. “If my presence 
is desired at any affair in your 
locality for a speech on behalf 
of Sen. Tydings and the entire 
Democratic ticket, dont hesi- 
tate to call on me.” 


In Batler Letter 


Friendship 
Airport Gets 


New Boost 


Sen. John Marshall Butler 
(R-Md.) yesterday urged an Ad- 
ministration official studying 
air commerce problems to rec- 
ommend that the Civil Aero 
nautics Board designate Friend- 
ship International Airport as 
a co-terminal for the Washing. 
ton-Baltimore area. 

In a letter to Edward P. Cur- 
tis, special assistant to the 
President, Butler wrote: 

“I am convinced that each 
day which goes by without Na- 
tional’s excess traffic being 
routed into readily available 
Friendship, brings us that 
much closer to the inevitable 
air tragedy which undoubtedly 
will occur at National unless 
prompt action is taken now to 
make use of Friendship’s facili. 
ties.” 

Butler said he was not asking 
Curtis to decide immediately 
to favor Friendship and reject 
an alternate site for a supple- 
mentary Washington airport at 
Burke, Va. 

“I am most happy to know 
that these two sites at long 
last will be compared scientifi- 
cally technically and objec- 
tively before a decision is final. 
ly reached to scrap the Burke 
scheme,” Butler wrote. 

In the closing days of the 
last Congress, the Senate voted 
against a $13 million supple 
mental appropriation for an 
immediate start on a second 


trict's official pollen counter, reliance is placed on public the highest concentration of ave. in Bethesda to Rockville. Washington airport at Burke. 


made the sad discovery Thurs- 


day, but she refrained from The estimated 3 per cent of with smoke-filled convention 
predicting. how bad (or good) us who suffer, meanwhile, are air. 
sniffing carefully around Dis-| 


the sneezing season will be 
after our erratic 


weather 


At any rate, the seed is on 
the wind and the District Pub- 


, / 


pleas. 


But, alas, even if every ra 
weed in the vicinity met its-e 


WSSC Chief Engineer Harry 
B. Shaw 
Roads Commission was notified 


pollen in the Midwest, mixing 


| . 


A five-man subcommittee was 


of a second airport. 


te 
uport and 


idetails of the new system. . 
and 


_ing to his Cleveland office. 


Transit System 
Owners Switch 


On Wednesday 


Contract With Union Is Only Unsettled 
Issue Confronting New Company; 
Few Changes to Be Made Immediately 


By Jeanne Rogers 
Stat! Reporter 

Washington's public transportation system—as much 
discussed a commodity as the weather—is slated to 
change hands, midnight Tuesday. 

There will be no fanfare, no 
press agentry and little evi- ,utiay as a bride buying a 
dence to the loading-zone crowd trousseau. 
that a change of ownership has And if Chalk’s prediction of 
taken place. better public service comes 

.— : @, true, such expenses will not 

Frospartive yt velo be indulged in at the present 

Roy Chalk isn’t giving out any 


time 
information and admits he's up 
to his ears in “contracts, con 700 Buses, 400 Streetcars 
tracts, contracts.” So. 
The prime one is with labor— 700 


the transit operators’ union— more) * 
whose contract expires Tues- whine over familiar routes, 


day. along with the franchise which reportedly will not be 
of the Capital Transit Co..: changed for some time to come. 
~ Streetcars, 400, (there again are 
“Million Details an additional 100 in barns here) 
Says Chalk, an amiable al- still will amble their way along 
though currently harassed downtown streets, resemblin 
New York airline owner: a chain of green-hard-backe 
“I'm shooting for only one 


turties 
decoration—a medal for get-| Fares for the ride-cash, token 
ting this deal closed. Then, I'll and 


pass—will remain the 
settle down to thinking andsame, at least for a- year. 
talking about 


the same silver fleet of 
buses (on hand are 100 
will growl, grind and 


the decorative Tokens, bearing the old “Capi- 
_tal Transit” trademark, will be 
there are a million of honored until new ones are cut. 
them.” On order is a new supply of 

Career employes of the out- transfers and passes and sta- 
going CTC, however, are sit- tionery. The union, which con- 
ting nervously at desks at the tracts for operators’ uniforms, 
company’s headquarters, 36th has in an order to thange the 
and M sts. nw. reading On the metal lapel but- 


talk ‘ons and cap insignias. The 
By Aang Remedy me he Gress of the day will remain 
plans to “bless them all in” the same—navy blue suit, grey 


the new operation for at least shirt. . 
the time being. Some hope to Chalk says he will announce 
go out on the old outfit’s pen- membership of the new com- 
sion plan, which Chalk report- pany’s board after he assumes 
edly will continue, the pay com- control of the enterprise which 
ing from corporate funds. Oth- cost him an initial $13.5 million, 
ers want to stay on. All-Bus Pian in Abeyance 

As in any silence-sshrouded He also is holding off an- 
transaction. rumor runs. Some nmouncement of his plans for 
career employes are outspoken conversion to an all-bus opera- 
about their doubt that one man tion which the transit law re- 
—namely Chalk—can be “all quires be done within the next 
things to one company... pub-'seven vears 
lic relationist, president, gen- Chalk reportedly wants to 
eral manager and coordina- get this massive track tearing- 
tor... without delegating up and repaving job out of the 
more authority. way as soon as possible. 

Others understand that John This is one big sign of Chalk’s 
B. Ecker, CTC vice president desire to establish good public 
in charge of operations, will act relations with patrons as well 
as general manager during the as the motorist who has to 
transition and, perhaps longer. share city streets with the new 
He would be paid by the new company's rolling stock. 
company. In fact, Chalk’s service phi- 
Clevelander Considered losophy appears to hinge on the 


premise that a happy public 

A background rumble among .,,, make things a lot easier in 
officials is that Chalk has been 1). -unning of a big enterprise 
dickering with Donald C. Hyde, ‘ prise. 


. Top District government of- 
general manager of the Cleve- ,. - 


Hyde was considered as pos- that if Chalk produces good 


sible head of a publicly-owned-5¢Tvice he may find a different, 
transit system here, when the friendlier attitude than that 
latter was being contemplated Which municipal officialdom ac- 
by the Commissioners and sub- Corded his predecessor, Louis 
sequently Congress. Hyde cur- E. Wolfson, in the last years of 
rently is “out-of-town,” accord- CTC operation | 
The city might eveh change 
Come Wednesday morning, 5°me Of its traffic patterns to 
about the only overt sign of the advantage of the public 
changed transit ownership to Vehicles 
the rider will be a few resten- This could mean a lot to 
ciled buses, bearing the new Chalk and the public. CTC 
legend—“D. C. Transit System President J. A. B. Broadwater 
-.. an affiliate of Trans Carib- has stated that a speed up of 
bean Airways” (Chalk’s princi-one mile an hour on transit 
pal business of the past.) movement would save $1 mil- 
For the time being, the trans- !ion in labor cost a year. 
portation fleet wil] not be re- But, as Chalk says: “All these 
painted because. this operation things have to be worked out 
represents as costly a capital... this is a big business.” 


40,000 Feet Above Earth 


Two Area Men Fly High 
In Navy Research Balloon: 


By Connie Feeley 


Stef Reporter 


Tired of Washington's traf- 
fic, office clatter and all the 
rest of the daily hustle? 

Then listen to the story of 
two meteorologists who float- 
ed for- four hours 40,000 feet 
above the earth in a noiseless 
stretch of blue sky. One of 
them, Malicolm D. Ross of Ar- 
lington, put it this way 

“It's hard to describe a bal 
loon trip like this... When 
we got above the cirrus clouds, 
there were ice crystals al! 
around... There was nothing 
above us, just beautiful sky.” 

Ross, 36, of 4441 N. 19th st.. 
Arlington, and Lt. Comdr. M 
Lee Lewis, 43, of 216 Burgess graph condensation trails made 
ave. Alexandria, climbed into by jet aircraft and to record 
the stratosphere Friday in a reactions of human beings ex- 
plastic balloon. Their flight posed to high altitudes and to 
was the initial step in “Project temperatures as low as 68 de- 
Strato-Lab,” an upper air sci- grees below zero 
entific study being made by During the flight in their 
the Office of Naval Research. “aero taxicab,” the two meteo- 

The two men were “at the rojiogists “felt fine,” Malcolm 
will of the winds” from the said. and their re 


a 


Staff Phote 


Lewis 
» +. im an open gondola 


retorted that the set up to decide the location time they 


Point, Wis. 
Dressed in several when inflated, Ross said. 


Later this summer, Naval Re 
plan to . 


| THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


y ‘ Sunday, August 12, 19546 


a 


W. J. Gallagher, 


Union Official 


; William J. Gallagher, 


Mathematician 


Dr. Dantzig 
Taught at 


of America, 
since 1917, died 
Friday at his 
home, 4228) 
Reno rd. nw. 
He had been in 


Maryland U,) ene‘. 
—— _—— ‘2 tee “saees 


LOS ANGELES, Aug. 11 (*) his work with 
Funeral services will be con- the | Brother- 
hood .in his 

ducted Sunday for Dr. Tobias 
Dantzig, 72, a retired mathemat- Philadelphia in 1910, and 


ics professor and the author of active in the affairs of the un- 


ion until his retirement 


several books on the subject. 
. subject. onth. His work brought 


He was head of the mathemat- 
ies department at the Univer- ye] Gompers, founder of 
i s = when he re- AFL. 
ired in 
A native of Chavli, Russia, he mates Gow oe ‘with 
died here Thursday. Macey Labor Board and 
Dr. Dantzig came to the Shipping Board. In the 


United States in 1910 and was several years he was a mem- 


‘Washington representative of 4 
‘the Brotherhood of Painters, shopping trip 
‘Decorators and Paperhangers in New. York. 


native city of Mr. Gallagher 


in close association with Sam- 


Mrs. Van Kinsbergen, Mrs. Sydney S. Levine 


Bird 


he DAVES ROUSE. 


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erase 8 idee BR ILFO Pak. $5 of 
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) the beloved husband -g Audrey ity ; ~~ +g. aoe. Py or 
. > . rove. stepfather of Barbara J. Lewis : sts 580 a , 
I brother of Sister Gervace, Sister Gier-| Riverdale, Mé~ on Tuesday. Aueus 
artha e ilwe ' , 
ress Op wile ; 1és in ospi at Tiey, Edith Roa ef and + Grave 14, at Pp. m. Interment private 
: Tayers ' immonis ros Ve : 
) ® Monday. August 13. at 9:15 rony, hams! tt, 1666, a 
: . FY. : 0 
Mrs. 3. Van Kinsbergen, 73, hats for many ladies prominent. Mrs. Sydney S. Levine, 51,/survived by a daughter, Mrs. Tnterment Arlington National Ceme- Florence Mare He aise is suyvived We 
soc other relatives. (Relativ please cail 
owner wit her husband of in New Yor ‘ iety. wife of the Washington repre- ‘Arthur Nepiarsky of New mile WILFRED A. (ROZIE). Mem- Charles Haigh or ¥akoue Punera 
Mme. Reiss Modes ladies ap- In 1929 Mrs. Van Kinsbergen ..+stive of Middle Atlantic .2@%e": 4 son, Alan L. Levine of the Scott Johnson) Home) My. ety tee ae Se 
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parel Fe 3256 Prospect st. received the commendation of ‘Liquor Distributing, Ine. died of the home address; two erans of Foreign Wars. are nw. (parking lot opposfte). Notics 
nw., ied Fri- the Audubon Society for de- e s terd:. in "? brothers, Dave Rubin and Na- ponuested, to tise 1s on| of services later 
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day of a heart signing hats with the feathers 7 y ithan Rubin, both of Silver yy dimmens RHOADS. ERNEST NFUSON. On Thuy. 
of Java lovebirds instead Doctors Hos- ‘Spri , uneral Home. 3961 | day, August 9. 1954, ER 
‘attack while on avanese loveDirGs Instead ital aft Spring, and one grandchild. Good Hope rd. se., SON RHOADS of 4319 Powder Mill 
BR. : ; of the fast-disappearing white\P ee : ith | Funeral services willl be chapel service Pirakbh kG death vi Toye enoads. lather ot halen 
i our comrade ; er 
seasona egrets, which were being. “yA ye avin i. held at 2 p. m. Monday at the) National honor syard please « nove Bethe. Sorviges os the te a 
oe mae os of for’ hie to oes ah icoutle: gerge fey vie Home, 4217 deineiiel 78 ven Commander. Tuesday Auvust 14, at ll ® © bp 
vide piumage [or society st. nw. Burial will be in! RDO z Adjuiant. ser -——— 
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| Mrs: Ven nate. Mrs. Levine, National Memorial] Park. In GRUNER, PAULA M. Op Priday. | 
‘Kinsb | w y. the former F = n 10, 1986 at 743 Edmondson ave.|RODGERS. MARY torday 
A e rgen, | cont she first came to Was “\Frances R. Ru lieu of flowers, contributions Balt mors, ha PAULA H. GRUN | Anauss i. oft 21 aie = 
Ww 0 w j . ; | wile of + eph Gruner and 
AEE ion Jn TaS), Mrs. Van Kins bin had. ved | may be made to he heart fund.) gu Moti te aai| gf eansi et hr Bag 
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| in Washi Oo / il ests fashington. D. C.; i: _H. Riddie- 
the trade name street. In 1938 she moved to, — ngton enone to Picnic | Warner & ar ane pirate Mt, tne) berser, Charies Town Va_ Serv. 
jof Mme. Reiss, 1625 Connecticut ave. nw. and or | years. 6434 Georria ave. Silver spring, Md gee a8 spe, 8, Mii | Gs cae 
‘had run ladies’ Mrs. Van in 1951 opened the present 20Pm in Bos- sien Keietiae The District Chapter of the gy Ne Pe 2 5 facilities). on Tuesday, Auaust 14. 9 
apparel shops MKinsbergen store in Georgetown. She lived ton, she also Junior Chamber of Commerce’ facliscien interment Parkiawn Ceme-| 11 8. m. Interment Richardsville. Ve 
in Washington since 1931. She at the Prospect street address. lived for a number of years in will hold a family outing at 2 aaenantt, JOUN W., Lt. Col. (Ret aoe. JONN 138 M ced, OBE. be- 
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had been in the fashion busi-- Besides her husband. she is here was 005 Mand oa address p. m. today in Rock Creek Par toy USMC formeriy of Chevy Chase jov-d ites qf Lilliag Rose, de. 
ness all her life, being intro- survived by a son, Dr. M. Van "Cte Ws andolph st. nw. picnic grove 6 on Beach dr.) {2 SYWitecrty, ana father of Capt | York Mrs. Arline Gordon of 
er’s shops in Amsterdam, where nw. and two grandchildren. Hascerty, Mrs. Nathan C. Sibley.’ Lena Rubin. Mts. Lily Rubia and 
he was born, and Paris. ; George. A & Starke. Miss Kathieen rs, Dorothy felsaman. all of — 
sne a Funeral services will be at Searie Sinaeette iemeine G4 Gham eiphia. Fe. and six crandchildren. 
was She came to America in 1905, 2 p.m. Tuesday at Hines. fu- be Penge, Desse, tees Caece &. neral Home, 4217 * ne. On 
and in 1916 opened a retail neral home, 2901 14th st. nw. ationa eat ter Sumimnar 56 a. m. Mass. Port Myer Chavel.| Termesi “Mount ate Memorial 
last millinery shop in New York, Burial will be in Rock Creek Por Myer, Va. at 10 a. m. Interment; Sark In mourning at Silver Hill 
: Arlington National Cemetery rosé Suitiand, Md iimin 
him where she designed and made Cemetery. A n+ ro fair but scattered afternoon end evening BANSBROU GH. HENRY ASHTON. On lL amd Philadelphia 
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ya : Rs ES ond evening + ML Me. fie! Winds--Sonsa ll ar — puges , 19% ORS sea: copy.) 
the iy Monday—Continued ratheri15 mies an hour M18 TON HANSBROUGH ‘pelared huspartg ROTHWELL. RICHAR On Sater. 
hot with chance of afternoon thunder- te 4 Gay. August 11, 1936, at Hadiey_ Me- 
| | showers. Saturday's relative humidities: | Visibitity-—Good {jhe laje ida Helm Hansbrough and) siorial Hospital RICHARD R ROTH- 
- Deaths Elsewhere | Maximum. 3 per cent ai ; arteres from normal vesterday M dla P Somas mp oe ES w of 7i2 i5th st. se beloved 
Gal- rs elmer | pinam. 39 r cent at 3 50 p Reontaul ated deficiency of temperature, Washtp ton C and three daueh husbang | of Rarah Rothwell. father of 
the ° wart viene oday—Fartiy clou ¥ andisince Jan 1 an aes M37 degrees fi- ist irs. Helen Green. diand: Mrs.| John Charles R. and Richard 
William Cc. Wren, 64, manag: ; A - — eee ¢ ° seatvered after-'ciency since i orgaret Jones. Arlington. Mrs. Fran Rothwell. a/l Was ton e 
the ing editor of the San Francisco the. west one norih sorte on in Accumulated , we, ot Bes, ces Ellicott of Pairfax Sight srand-| nd Ide Roth well of Rothfer N 
last Ik ] t B | Examin f th to 92. Mon day—Continued. rather ho Bon since Jan. 1, 19 6 saenes.| peron ol - po ere dgnierer os a owe , ,e wre eS “ 
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long career in the field of edu- tee for Employment of the F 4 t Coast; in San howers. High 86. to $3 Mondar—— Sun, 05) Tides—Hue stem oti. Interment where sers wil on 
e : on a rancisco. Contin ved rather hot and id with 0:18 &. m., sets at 8:07 p m. Moon rises HEATON. MARY ROWEN Pues day. August 14 at 13:30 mn 
ana University, Columbia, His wife, May, died in June. ist of “Elmer” and > Sie’ Potomac and Ch ba FT ae nite hates ts SERRA. THERESA (ee, Popeinns). Om 
Johns Hopkins and was an in- : ’ Fu val serviess for Lilile sto mer” and for the past Todey—Licht variable winds ake mr Sane iver an Geeak Gols te muddy | Bw. sister of the late Edith and| Jnursdey, August . at h 
He is survived by three daugh- nera rv “ y Arthur Heat - | dence. 4 Silve } 
structor for the War Depart- t M several years worked on “The *u! heriy 6 to 12 miles an hour. Mostiy'(Corps of Engineers). | Weaver: sunt of 3 re Harriet We aL ESA SERRA. o 
ment during World War 1 —wt a 3. gg eng of Belle Weimer, a resident of Katzenjammer Kids” comic, Temperatures and rain for 24 hours ending 7 p.m. Saturday. u'™), Charles B L Weaver,| of Mrs. George & Hasler. Josepn & 
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One of his books. “Number, Hearing peg Me JP reggae bes Washington since 1924, will be strip; in Upper Montclair, N. J ae A L. Pree. H. L., Pree HM. L. Pree M. Nash and pompeon. Mrs marie all a As e Punera! ome, oh 
= an 77 ‘hy } ‘| mey call at the ¥ ma.) st An assachueect’s ave, ne 
the Language of Science,” was'dress. and Mrs. Robert G. Car. held at 11 a. m. Monday at the! Frieda Lawrence Ravagli, 76. Ain 85 88... | Duluth o¢ G1. 11) Minneapolis 5) 5. “°!| geral Home after 6p. m. on Satur. 20:30 8 m. Monday. Ausuey 
ny by the late Prof. Al- nahan of 3247 Patterson st.nw.; Deal funeral home, 4812 pe ge 3 ge Fi yf novelist fipen om dd Fert Werth 163 Gm °..|uenteomers 7 | homie Bop tain wae, on fopaay | of the Holy, Family. iifierest, welebts 
rt Einstein , and poe awrence, was Amaritle 65 ...\ Fresno * | Montreal S2 63 Ausust 13. at 1 p. m sei - terment Hew 
tise on the saiuion of taste Veltch = % artingt * will S. Georgia ave. nw. Burial will be married in 1950 to artist-sculp- {7chors"®— J} Gaivesion 89 Sg |** Jackson +e weer. Eniombment Cedar Mil Ceme-| Cathedral Cemetery. Baitimore, Sd 
ei s rlington; William : pheville 60 ... Grand Rapids 75 $8 (25 Jacksonville 96 74 38 t) : ERMAN, t ; 
matics that he had seen. C. of the Rae nee + Mikey and at Ft. Lincoln Cemetery. jtor Angelino Ravagli; at the ae on pa 7A e+ Harrisburg 64 Kansas City 84 69 HIGGS, WILLIAM PRESTON. On Fri- ” y in, “tesa « igs" werner ee 
Survivors include th . ‘Lawrence ranch in Taos, N. M. Birmncham 99 71 *,, Bowstes 7 Key West 9S 81 | GAY, August 10, 1956. at his deugh-| Kensington. Md. | - 
rs inciude the widow, Francis W., Longport, N. J.:! Mrs. Weimer died Friday in _ ceminghem a ah tte Huron =9 “8 02 Knoxville 93 na Ae ome i} esvile. Md.. WIL-| MAN. beloved husband of Grace 
Anna, and two sons, George B.., 12 grandchildren and il great-a Takoma Park nursing home George Olds, 60. formerly al ce ao O84 oe é Me é pit 7 35 62 | and of the Ieee Jonete Maude pus: | at yt Crotiner of Gintien aaa 
Los Angeles, and Henry P., grandchildren. managing editor of the Spring- oe os cS ae Orleans 4 75 Raleigh 4 | Henry tess, ane sn of the late | Elizabeth Sherman of Framingham. 
Washington, D. C. " Mr. Gallagher was a member after a long illness..She was 84. 'field (Mo.) Newspapers, Inc.. Buffsio | 81 61°: Norfolk . $e it SiRichmond 83 67 ||| He 18 survived by seven dren Mits.| chiliren Priesas ste inviiel fo mal 
2 Ona ‘Ext 103 7 mS) S7 «69 va arrison rs. Maude 5&5 : " ners! 
of St. Ann’s Catholi¢ Church, She was the widow of Ira Ne age etl gga _ Springfield ¢ ea a "os 8 am tha : a 65 Bair fur °e 57 | oy Swann. ‘Leland, roland. | Hemme Bethesda-Chevy Chass tee: 
; , i iladelphis 66 . Anton! 7 r liam Higgs: one broth- : her 
Ronald K. Cook hecagg 2 >. Se Teme Wetmst, whe _— employed P 4 b 1 Crariott 98 70 01 Phoen!x 100 Al m | Sen Seco 73 64 moowie Biges of Washington Dc: | bal oe Mondas. eT at 2 
nw. where requiem mass will th the old Agricult De- ress ecame nationally Chattancogs 4 &? Pittebursh 483 65 ... San Prancisco 63 53 ot gra hildren and 25 great-grand-| Pp. m. Interment re Ceme- 
Funeral services will be held be offered at 10 a. m. Tuesday. we ahaerge known in newspaper civcles perenne 0 3, Boriiand. Me (4 63 ...|Gevannah §=693 73 | enifaren Funeral [rom eee eee oe 
p. m. Monday at the First Burial will be in Philadelphia, P2"t™ent experimental station through his articles in Editor Eincnnest 8% 63 4, (julsriie, 88 8 «| Gurereport 191 2 | at "Christ Chui gt 10 bm Services oie on, Adeust 10. 1958 “mother ‘* 
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Christian Church, Falls Church, The rosary will be recited at Arlington, and Publisher and other jour- Columbus $1 60 |... Memphis” 94 S Washington YY 67 2:30 m ‘Interment’ cherch come- | Mrs. 'W Ae Ratt “f — a2 a oe 
for Ronald Keith Cook, 15, who 8 Mond t Robe Mrs. Weimer was born in Doe nals and his work in the As- 28! 1 & Merician a7 68 Wichita so | ny eee ae 
, 15, who 8 p. m. Monday a rt A. Den g) 6)... Miam RR RD Wilmington ™ 71 .., mI. MARGARET 8. Sud¢ A randmother of Jovee Ruffner. Janet 
drowned Tuesday when swim-Pumphrey Funeral Home Hill, W. Va., and lived as a child sociated Press Managing Edi- Des “Moines 87 66 Milwaukee 74 62° 15 Yuma 10 83 (O56, ai aapnely, 07 OY"| Linda, Robert and Donnie Jones 
ming at Bethany Beach, Del, 7557 Wisconsin ave., Bethesda. '" Fauquier County, Va. Her tors Association and the Amer-| Siege: = | widow MA RGARET 8 HILL. see 75.| ST2' {Tin “tt “se on ‘Tuesday, August 
The boy's body was recovered’ last residence in the District ican Society of Newspaper of funeral will be given > . SS Ariungton 
ss gae two miles from the «<«. n wes at the home of ae son, Big Bird Died be row Aneust 10, 1998 RATHALERN STOKVIS. FLORENC MAN. 
‘ 7. . cK. 0 ing an mot er nt Mr Eliza- N = 
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Requiem mass will be offered , She is survived “by four 62. USA ret., was a field artil- adenks, “Sa Thareday.” Aves j: CARRIE eee Tea cheverly BH Giliam ices will be CA ENCE HARTMAN STOKVIS qgngh- 
Charlies A. Cook Jr. Annat 9¢ 10 a. m. Monday at Nativit daughters, two sons, 10 grand- lery officer, headed a com- a Bevintula He pial Baus: ave nag AEL A. CA RICK of 681 si Gawier's. Sang fst aeeneers- Hartman ond beloved sister of 
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dale, Va. Ronald was on a y : Y children and 14 great-grand- mand in the Mediterranean 69°: Sudbury rd. Silver fering. Mad 4 . FF ngs | the late Robert Z Car- ¥. ot =: ate ment Broadway, | call ‘at Gewlers ‘Chapel airy =a- 
church outing at the beach CDurch for Michele D’Anna, a children. _ and during the World War 11) Ri 737°. She Warner BR Pumprres, SH: masher, of, Bemonick ind Nr| EST ay. August 13, at 2p. m/ syrvens Ove. Su. Kserten, oe 
when he drowned. Hecht Co. tailor for 27 years and was on General Eisen-| Runerais Home pid” Ghenn nervices| olny Caress. Freee Se fendi tae eM we On Friday. Auaust 19.| $@, Monday. August 13. ot 11 Ga. 
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Besides his parents, the boy until his retirement in 1949 J h A. M “: * wd staff in San Francisco. A m parking tacit a ee Massachusetts Ory. 80. where pervises | JON : , 1 In og he Co! bare oeieneiintiede EVERETT ALVIN. On 
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is survived by three brothers, Burial will be in Ft. Lincoln P — | Dr. Livingston W. Smith, 80,| meat “at “Ariington ‘Nat ional Cemetery Bi 12-noon. Interment Adafeon Chapel| gare! HS, ‘ocloved Tiand George W.| friday. August 10, 1986, et Ar 
Gamaliel, 17; Damitra, 19, and Cemetery Joseph Alexander Mozingo head of the mathematics de-| *' ‘vl military nono — | Home Hyatievil Bt gasch’s Funeral) BALL of 4418 4th ra. “North. Arling- 
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William, 21. The family re- Mr. D’A died Thursday ‘Tict for 53 years, died yester- partment of Washington and 42?. MAJ. WILLIAM FL. The oMcers . sox WIRGINIA. On Friday August August Se as Rant nZ;| ton. beloved husband of Grace 
t h ; r. nna u ay Lee U and mewpbers of Bethany ‘ Hospitai. VIR- a irie od Tattersall and brotirer of Hubert Taé- 
quests that donations be sent ,; h { day at his home, 339 35th st. ne. e University from 1906 to his, Chapter. No. 24 are 10. 1956, at Pmergency Hosp! nd frie ds” invit petorment Ar-|  tersall iwerten Jemes 
to the R ’ night after a long illness. He t i requested to assemble at GINIA CLARK. beloved @augh er of lington National Cemetery ussel! Tattersall of Fail River, Mass 
0 oe — —— — Me- was 75 at his home, 339 3th st. ne. ed deny: mus n 1947; in Lexing-| Pig @- Sunday Augusy 12 earl Bunyea and ne ie ranten, SEEN. ROSALIE D.. of of Shady side Ma | lends may call at the ives Punersl 
morial a e First ri : at Warn m- ~ - " nm Au 6 19 3A ome. 2847 Wiilsén bivd. Aris 
Gare in lee of & — He came to the United States Mr. Mozingo was employed °" Dr. Lyle Steele er. 72. hrey Funeral Home 8434 Louise Richards, Rover, _ EEN. beloved wife of Millard FP nil 9pm on @undey, August if 
owers. Bu- : as a tally man at the Pennsyl- . teele Booker, a yeorgia ave. Silver Spring. u en and mother of ame tlle Pat and rvices and interment ral River, 
ria : To@i from Italy in 1904. He lived , , , nduct funeral services the home of her — ont arli Mildred F n tt 58 
1 will be in National Me- 5 Vania Railroad freight d t. Waynesboro, Va., surgeon for it ven 1840 0 st onday) ‘Milcred F ains restinns| 
ial at 1310 Kennedy st. nw. with reig epar . a fe ° ate cpther. Past Patron rt os si? BD. Bm Cedar, at the Hardesty Puneral “Home, Gales- VAN KINSBERGEN. ROSA on Reiss). 
morial Cemetery, Falls Church. his wife Grazia, wh rvi ment for 30 years before his 41 years, was instrumental in} TLtAM te .- ee emetery ; ville, Md * 2 ee - a.| Suddenly. on Friday. August 10. 1954 
0 SUFVIVeS. retirement in 1949. Services te founding of* Waynesboro Bea waht Matron | John's Church, Shady Side. Md- from| $4) .ue™ York City, oats ihe Vax 
Seal S 1 H d are scheduled for 2:30 P. y ospital n, oats. bape F. On Friday. August 10 1956. at her residence. 916 C ot &¢ = Monday. Funeral services| 2... Deloved ite, "of Jacau es van 
ale ea Named and a daughter. A son, Michele Tuesd at Ch be F " Waynesboro. 956 the Kensington Gardens = ACE CLARKE. wife of the at 11 Monday. Interment Ar-| “@*bergen. mother of aurice 
Kathryn J. Lawlor, judge of 2 is a patrolmen with the Hom 1 ‘ith ot. ai Burial Grins tome: Peesinc so s Mad tote ret cole and Charles J Rg ington, National Cemetery at 1: p> 8 Rinebergen ane Me ae 
° li Ew ave t Cole an | n . ntridy- : “at oe . 
Maryland's Sixth Ci t C Metropolitan Police Depart- — ~ we par, d.. the wife of the late aaner of rs. Nellie B. Suess. s| tions may be rr “to St John’ + Church vices ot the S&S HH Hines © 
reul ourt, t. will be in Fort Lincoln Cem- im Cc mo of Miss Lillian! Bernice 2. B edette -ang Joseph H Shady Side. Md. or the T = Home. 2901 14th st ei ® 
has been named chairman of etery. Card of Thanks G Bell and Mrs. Nellie Bell Brown o omer. Friends may call at the Lee; Legion. care of My Maryland *Unle ine f venhatin eaaet = at2p mm ¢ : 
i : : : ' ensington d.. sister of Mrs. Mayme Puneral Home th «st. «a 4- No 126. Seat Picasant. = faci Interment Rock 
the 1956 Christmas Seal Cam- Mr. Mozingo’s wife, Annie H., snnen 6. tee tm 2 Ebr y of Alexandria, Ve. Champ L..| chusetts ave. Se. where services ai aio: onenx t. af t. saiitiaiie’ etery 
: ‘ ELLs. r ' ries 7Ds0n. 8: } 
paign conducted by the~Mont- Other Obituaries died in 1955. Three daughters, | tentions nnd expressive oral trib-| Serene eran me ~ a Jean pe ne , Rd prinburg. Va.| &t ae. on Aus. 10 936 Hus cband of WAL — neers. . om Thursday, 
gomery ——— Tuberculosis on Page B-8 two sons and 21 grandchildren | a relatives qurir «our uae friends; Anthony o peanxect.. Me Lome | on Tuesday. August i4 et p.m.) uisice G. Kubiak, ssa of Antonine Qusus CHARLES “F Fai HES ae | 
Association | survive | Se etiendeltund Seanmcereme™!| Tay SS itwachortits wer pe:| DST | Fapnne Bestock, 2aeeah and Steonen| etsrheary' Powel, Winer er Vale 
| : G PAMILY. | where services will aa held on Monda c DORIS ANN, of Cheltenham. ~g- ervigee oe s. Punere ap Ae _ ather o 
. is at 9:45 mn | torment K. > toater Tauah and terment New Brunseick ’ : © a'ker Rilda 
Cedar ‘Hin "Cemetery" 7 fh See OO Kathryn Donald- LERMANY. CHARLES 4J.. of St Peters- op Tutt and Gisdys 1 white —<—_ 
ahs 5 9 Riss wo on Saturday. Son a itt 3 = ee 00. Te b "7: 1 “ose * pcre] Anew yal pee S call at the Lee Punera! ; 
pero is osp! ' ome i7 th s ees Py. - ome. 4th st nd Massachusetts eve 
epka e BOW 3425 Con- + Interment of Vly M. Lehmann. father of Robert e. where a. Be will be heid on 
cleus mt the late) GaSnineton National Cemet ery. ° _Lehmenn, brother of x s Marie} onday. August 13. 1956. « a. 
phrain Bowyer. Wnether of Jesse | Lebmeng. Mrs. C Inez mn MM Interment Monocacy Cemet UR, 
Bowyer s rs. Ernestine Bowyer WILLIAM. On bert E. Powell. Rear Admiral Harold 
a, per and Mian. ee er, | St ANS... cUAaen WILLIAM. Op R.. Prankiin P, and Wiliam T. Leh-| WALKER. ESTELLE WOLFE. On Thurs- 
tends may call at the Lee Punerai| WILLIAM ANS. son of the iste a, chert E. © of Rat ee nne 8 6pday. August 1 Suburban 
ome. 4th st. and Massachusetts ave Clarence N. and Rose Evan: 4 an 2hmann. ir. Se ices! pital ree WwoOl WAI 
ne. after 10 a. m Monday. sg hy brother © orse | vans, of by Canmore Hy “August 13 ts ae beloved wife of the late Robert 
v's 3p = a Rs... Srivete | ) he a he De Priance ennsvivania pF. — a Cedar Hill Cemetery./ it 0 ~ poosper ot Som ae] deoet c 
> ts kine oppos te’. ‘INE. FRANCES ‘nee BU ». On fal er, j a : 
aero. Jom ee 195 sp een: ont | ave By. a. Sat urdey Augus Baturcay ugust 11. 1956. PRANCES G. Wa xe ae Je. and R 
dence, JOHN EDWIN BOYD of 5618) Saterment Arlington Nations Cem 7 LEVINE ‘nee RUBIN}. beloved wife of; Mrs Wat ker rests at yar ’ 
North 32d st.. Arlington. Va.. del oved tery. Im teu of flowers the family Sydney SB Levine. devoted mother of | Puneral Hom Gaithersburs. Md. 
husband of Hilma Z. Bord and father) reauests contributions be sent to the rs Traine Netiarsky of where sorviees oe be held on Men- 
of John Edwin ya Jt and ‘brother morican ancer jety. 610 18th Haven. Conn and Alan Lewis Levine | Gay. Aus 13 2:30 »o. m. Inter 
: ¥ ' . L -— Washington iso sury eee ment Porest Oak. Cemetery 
of Mrs. William Brown. Lawr - -# two brothers “navic and Netha 
Wasn. Rav Bove of Port opt ore. FOOTE. GERTRUDE O5e at wes ma. nde of x wer Bert zd Me 2nd one woemnyer EN. assy 258. On On my 
tei : at Was an laughter, Gail Netiarsky. Serv- 
- yy Boyd of Beat Plizgeraid yreeas, Hee SS GER- fe t -- D Golders & So Ung WASHBURN. > brother af 
eral Home, 3245 Wilson bivd. Ar- AG PY POOTE ot Sie oc ppperth waite Punersl ‘Hom $237 Sth st. ne. ank E. Washburn of Denvre 
ington. Va ‘parking in rear}, where lane nw Saloved wife jchard Jay on Monday oi il, sat 2pm; nephew of Mrs oda Mar Pr 
there will be recitation rosary? oote mains rest t L-, oes Interment King avid Memorial Gar- ang Mrs Ru Hecht Mr Washbourne 
Sunday Aug. 12. at & dp. m. A requiem runeral Home. 3034 Me ntil| dens. In mourning at 925 Randelp yi) rest at the Warner EB. Pumparey 
cel ebrated at St. A Bee 9:30 a. m. Monday Memorial service st mw. Pamily requests. tn lieu © Pune al Home. 8434 ee ave. 
| Catholic Church, Arlington. on } st Friends Meeting House. 2111 Plor- flowers, contributions be made to the | liver Spring. after 5 Sun- 
day. Aug. 13. at 10 a m Interment ida ave. nw.. on Monday at 2.30 Db. m Heart Fun be ela at = See a rs will 
| Arlington National Cemetery LYNN. HARRY Ww. On Fridery Aucust Al, wy ; Mon- 
GALLAGHER, WILLIAM J. On Friday. 10 1955. in W ds. Wiss epee’ ce At SD 8 inter- 
Bore. Jom it. atember> Kon aat3 August “0 1956. m ls pome. ‘ors Pay. w a wipconain, Pe oa we ‘| ment Glenwood Cemetery 
Enlents of Columbus will meet AOHER. beloved bh eee ac? Anne b Lyne’ end father ef] keene ta “Ted Set 
Sunday, @ » A bons ~ Fitagerald | te May A. Gallagher and father of rs HT Simmonds Jr. of New Cum-| WEIMER "beloved wits “1 
Puneral Hom n d wif f the iste 
| for the rosary for our iate brother. | arie G. Scioechett Eleanor rand, Pa nd J. BE. Hudéie- Ira Weimer end mother of Mre. gdith 
JOHN Joon M.  Martiny. earing Rite G. Carnahan. Harold ston of Hamilton uae J He Miller Mrs. Agnes Cook Mrs cle 
G. K.: Charies Paradise. F. & ) A. _ Ba Be , Gal: aise ts is wurvived by his mother, 3Mrs Paidiey Elle hort ©. and . 
rien< inv cal ; nm. two sisters isses : . 
CALLAWAY. Rh 2 EU GENS. 7. Le Betheede-Chevy Chases Ane Mable & one Uyacenes y Lrnn three al Funeral Wome. 4817 Ceargia ave 
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) residen ce. 37 Frankiin ‘arive Newing- thesd Md =s Beervices Poeaa das Oscar 3. Lynn. ai + aoe | a om kane F te s. et 1 
LOO ee AT NA nm womend’o oe a + amas Cat holie 4 api on 7 sarge grandchil- etery =e Com 
’ b » Nuspvan ! ve n m n lends 
Reis Callaway. father of Richard where peomees mass will be’ offered Puners! e Poh Se wilson bind. WHEELER, HELEN F. On Wednesdav, 
pnd Mar ae over o- f Mrs. Ruth ‘ Interment. Hely Cross lin mn. where funeral services will August 8, 1956. at <Seeree Washingtes 
Reet Ree ee ee etna g h“ge” interment Notlonal *wt:| ac°*Rsrt’ SusLeyE,, WHERLEN. sete 
| of Mrs Martha Bush. Mrs. Ruth Herd. GRAHAM, MARGARET E. On Saturday, morial Park Cemetery > me ee of Mrs. Jane Waike: Pleccher and 
; rs . wornetia, wrsat ane Mrs James Wane since eeanet mM. powers fontrs butions may be on Bunday = suet emerial corwtons 
o fife @ th te anocer ty 
RD Aa - ++ weeuse ha Bi ay a of By ee: punt of f Nettie MALPIEDE. ROXY R. peiddent ly. on Pri. Chapel. “Pieces nae Mathodios Chureh 
4 ' , : u an we Re.a- 
Wheatley Pugere! Home (£09 Ki ne st gene Slisrese of Philadelph: a }, ent iD £e. y. a} Pripes tives and friends invited 
wes Ry be heid fn Re enya ie Sa Home 4ai2 Georgia ave aw. on Tuee- posy F mivordaln tha nets — WHSELee. RICHARD B 
m Interment Ariington day. August 14. at 1:30 p m t ‘of Eliseheth f ae y : pususe 1956 Mount 
| National Cemetery ment Prospect Hill Cemetery. ee nee A ~ D. eamnde, me Peepttal, RICHARD B weeties g 
jeceam OS eee icine ph 4 oyee. a8 a two stepdaugh ters Mar. L. Wheeler - a nd 
oem . : i s h ar +? 
Neivair. two grandsons ‘Donald re stepfather of Mrs te aries De = 
Carlo Maipiede, and three stepsons Jessie Thoma brother at ee 
: Fievrd Charies end Marvin Costella Wheeler. Friends ma a at “th 57 
. Serv ces at Gaschs Puneral Home, Punera! Home. 4th st and bp Lee 
Hyat‘evilie a n Tuesday August chusetts ave. ne. where service 
| er \ 1ce e on BS atives and held on Motiday. Aug, 1). mt 
friends invited — wa... Arlington ee intorment Arlington Rat 
: em eter 
© ° MANDES, HELEN On Thorsday. Au ve 
( th ( ) ‘ : gust YORKE, sDWARD J. Sudden! 
e on e a on i9 at her residence. 613 Aspen Auzust 106 
, r Sl r tl S sb De sa ig Pap MANDES. mother, of YORK: "9h 4707 ogee, note Ai °F 
; rtula Das a onn ndes ° 9 ‘ 
*, i meer “ tick Bs pelcnur x Greece yorme and Gevoted father , Witten 
: i.9 : ; - osenpn oe - : 
<* > Ts a Gawler Funeral Tradition gus dren. alt on may a1 Home at “it . pees, Genre, Tepes “Punera! ores 
. 2 4 - ces at nr “ 
NOUVEAU KARA-LOC BE rysh perkine “feelinfest|| funeral Wma "356i auih'st’ ct Ss 
7 4 ‘ee Th . 4 | ° . , - a 3 neon Saturday August 31 . . m oy oe 
3 e principle that has guided Joseph Gawler’s Sons | Acryio*",§),, 5) Constantine pnd Helen Bat ty David 3 Memorial Garden. 
Watch your furniture take on new beauty 5 for more than a century has been the principle of S pm. Interment Coder’ Will Come-| ngy, ~oveland. 1d ag ge Fe 
. ‘ / * . . ~ tery . 
with this deep, nubby textured pure wool ie service beyond every other consideration. The han- Menus AN, CLAUDE. ere 
ia | : : . : , ® 6. at " Bibiey w ) 
broadloom as a background! Thick and 7 dling of all details—in a sympathetic and consider- CLAUDE McMULLA of a 4 DEATHS 
> isi * * . " . ove 6 of bi eeeanat 
magnificently textured—and the colors Le ately-efficient manner is available on the basis of Msuanee father 9 ¢ Miss sens Las 
are clear and fresh—because the wool is A NEED ALONE ... PRICE is not a Gawler criterion Haas etia eng $y Saree mente tam = 
skein. dyed as in costly hand-made of service. Powell, Mt Merthe wesullen. yr Maldron. 
‘ 12 gonp cMullan + q r. Lewis Me Pn . @. w. Chambers Ca, 
7 . . . e hed 4a eT aT ? ” . . Cham 
carpets. yd. 12.50 This principle is apparent to anyone who will take | pe'h Fused may call atthe [ee Mover, Mande MW. W Cheabers C2 
4 ' : é arsac 7 : “ 
- ° sett ‘er ery ‘7 ™ 
(Can be installed to any width) but a moment to study the cost of 1,000 consecutive | hee Monday Angee a et} 30 ; oa ©. W. Cheaters Ge 
. Pp. m niermen neol Cc erry. Dawid | 
14 HIGH FASHION COLORS: funerals conducted by Gawler. It will show that the witte = Comes Cook. —— a Chambers Ca. 
ee ‘ : : aR, » Jaee rs &. On Pri eaver, Carrel Ws Chambers Ca, 
Gawler tradition of service to all is a fact. 10. 19 ete Ral SSIE E ue L ee PESTS Sikes. Martyn GW. W. Chambers © 
" > - wal oved / nn. 
pre Dhtage San OE, CEN, FE. ) snether of hes Bu ry Miler ‘an OO ny Ot ee 
mistie . r honey . " . orner ie Bu ing’ on and Jeasie "eriege. . , mbers Ca. 
need . te Pos: aoa i: of 100 consecutive Gawler Funerals out soot a. aiso ar by ba, Kebiek, Frank 1 W.W. Chambers 
hment, utria, martin, peacoc rand ughters. in. Lagiile ra cee 
suede and lake blue over half cost less than $700 Seula Oesse tad’ three’ aresdeae “s — 
' Btephe Bc ‘. © Buddington Cemetery Lots . 
a | oma Walter Casey. Services at Gasch's 
: BBS C008 incre cia. less than $400 | Funeral, Home. aygtavilie, M4. 98 VORT LINCOLN CEMETERS—2 0 
— Monthly Payment oe ae 325 cost $400 to $700 | fholetives So Tsemtiy “Shehar Racdw:| Section L nes ong, 
uys Any Room Size: CHATEAU KARA LOC pias te | ment Fort Lincoin Cemetery ff... 
o 347 cost ek ae 700 fo 999 MULAQL ™. MATILD vost LIne ty ~< chot Co : ‘es tn bik. 
kx? $190 Wt S ik aie $230 - 75 oA 2 ~ a> t i} ‘tes Res yas May sent Been noe DF 2-411" - 
ai ancoi of .0Ver 7 Ty é t _ 
et ORR OE ER $400 RR iss more than $1,000 | & Goats Soames a ved wile PORT LINC costs ie Exchunive see. 
12s370° . $333 CG. c<nes $200 ad 12’ and 19 widths yd. 19.95 : 5 ae # Mole 43 ‘srandanother 5 Par # aei > 4 Me 
12210" $146 lmte $246 ° Maxam May and Jonn bul a. poe rT a erseves Value 9700. 
ria & ) the @ Hines Co Purtereal Home. _ ®t" for 3660. TA 9-093: 
2 + _ ne . . . : " 
Karastan’s rich textured, long wearing, distin- |B Tuesday, August 14s 038 . om. i amet loool Crm, ee 
sae af 2 t : . 
guished, all wool quality carpeting at a practical | rch. North Capito! s ne.| St Seed cogs. Phone Colonial 2-083 
— Mad ‘ | where the a. wy ‘tee y? the Manse ores Bt wes Te Edgewater 
| e of washed textured broadioom with | Bil be offered at 9 9. of the Fe: RES 
| me of her erment ou 
a special suppleness which permits installation in seanna | Bitve: Cemetery ™ Funeral Designs 
any width. PEDERSON, ERNEST. On Wednesday ~ 
: GA WLER'S patil § 998.8: Prévidence Hostal George C. Shaffer, 
ave iT aiveratt Park. i y “bel oe Expressive fleral tributes > dl “e 
15 DECORATOR SHADES: husband of Marcaret : MH a prices. Open daily, tere anq boli- 
‘ i 7 5s0ms, ! father of Mre. Hilda M. Ray, of Pair-| ©#75. PRone orders iso +30 
Scarlet ree Mess Bive Spruce FUNERAL each fax ye. He else is survived by three, © 9D. m&. 900 iéth ot ay rr 68-0106. 
tith Fil.. Washington; 3rd Ft. Silver Spring, Grain Gold Green Aqua Mist Green oie ast neh al Ee. “Caan = RS = 
ith. FL, PARKington Crystal Lilac = Opal we ] Pedersen. 8 Renae Eeraheis.  lse- Fumeral Directors 
Mink Black Suede Bon Son Pink Netural White 756 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W. con of Mee Wark the? vs. tor 
iy gen and Mrs. Marthe Anderson. | aa WILLIAM LEE’S SONS CO. 
. T clephone: NA. &-5512 of Reonne Bornho! Denmark | 
Monday Store Hours; Washington 9:30 to 6 p.m.; Silver Spring and PARKington 12:30 to 9:30 pm. marl Meme Wel iach tt oe oe PAD gt Ml rire 
avg , me COURTESY PARKING OPPOSITE onqay a A oe oot. CREMATORIUM 
in hee Entomomest Fort Lis «TH any Meee {vs MF 


THE WASHINGTON Post and TIMES HERALD 
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_ 4 Sunde. Augwat I>, 70% ney aah 


He's One of Them— 


Noted Author Calls Average Voter 
- Treacherous, Lying Double-Crosser 


Loos what be will do Mayde 


Mere @@ or 7 °O G6 OT ws 
om as Sem -- doesat know homself 
i American BODE [ aoe very gad [ am not an 
° - ae Door o eter’ ' dent now how the 
ern ac Re>w CoEree aamrations and elections are 
fener jr Tae 8 asacagtes coming cut and [I domt have to 
Pest « ITrmes Bereld know. But having considerable 


voter bined [ feel that nobody 
Seale be tee sure about any- 


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nas : ve beer pokme 
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LS e z “> “tT. oe (rn © year. > WD ue ~ if "? 2 lence but not 
=< ” ~~ = ¢ , regras” - 
a , ce re a x" once Suess the war it is pianned 
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5 He « wera rar button and the UT. S&S Arcore and after the 
sate acoins? von Be acrecs war te was demobbed in Italy 
“4 / . ae al ey ——> Te — | 
schementis with the bess and Hie married am Italian girl and 
oe pails the curtain and marks get 2 po’ im Rome and he didnt 
ms 6 t against the bose remne heote until last year. He 
- 7 . = = — -oori ; 
- eo ‘ >g a° . t ust e hehe = wert mucsd rev s1i0n in 
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even nasxwhle fast waters reuidie't tear hime away from 
a e the pell-takers trievikiem He would sit and 
4 “= - . 
. ottesse Tt weal o& at it for bours and be got 
. . —— very ecurited about it 
<6 >-eslirz te take 22 Gbaotuen - ~ ~ . : 
e a ee a — Dey STEIVsSl -& Me keot saving 
: e biecckk and ot ke Sa Ee ees ——— ~~ “rs the darndest X-ray I 


Ga ; ; . 2 iui - . » — = > > 

anim @ . ™ Dian on oe [eer saa Viv it shows ups ; Pr mod fo h 

~ fas = = woes) SAS and listened over amp beer. Tee hone o¢ 2 crock right away.” oo 7 KS ours is ern, P wil 
ae - comidn’t blame him fC C™ Some se lar 2s tp sees (2 we coid “Tt just digs into a .. 


, ihe Gil The vater bes teen of cenfixt and gu BP © ear me matter how weil re- S . : almost indestructible “Marlite,” 


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- e:4 “rr * to death and maz aCUuon Poisirs seems te tare tearsed ‘ve s or bow much 


tee fegle that the aumetion: ome 2&2 SETQUREes Seat. oske-up be wears.” 4 7 d 7 sibl 
whe feels that the questions 55. rotigion And maybe what a? ne cent on “A man en i *s ifs drawer is reversi &, can 


ce a kin nvasion of 5 seme fe 
set Ins pat * = ie % ac Eee ort. a .¥ 2 > ad ‘ss Ty? = 30 form rar get 2w av 
: - = “ A : jen a aU = Cae . 3 > 
) if have been polled comple cautimn <u murder but 2 tctrcision be set to the left or right! 
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= ae imet om the backs UF you Gier with a man pe tures bie mside out You 3 
that t was mobo: 4 oe « Mticaliy be mer et wack Ge Ge cami Suce anytiing from it for ; 
Bess | business with pon. Thee thee very oog” - 
seeons to me thet one of Bove been exampees siere Ge lve Seem very much infer ; 
the tendencies of the Votus Company pou werk for tells aested im what my friend said = 
—— eee ic te kate the —e man how & owosld Dee be te aed & sapoears to Ge true = 
ane | s candidate have & VSte. In my opinion there is me Sometiwes 2 politician seems 
- c and he's riding _ saTer war TW Pee Por a ihe ww be gee ing over with a slick 
= & tnd & ice’ one on 9 SPPOsite Grectee You semt at Mayde everyone admires ~<a 
- So <ccnale that the cater i Set 22 argument bat yes weet be and even applauds him 
—— Satie "get the wate eifihe: end them 2 year later they wont = 
‘ . 2 ace thet hes People toda, ject creface C8 fog catcher We have = + 
hee called be a «mall stick their mecks oat putblicd, *2¢ 2 mumber ef cases Uke that Homework . . . they'll love te de homework ot @ desk of their 
x p long time. They bet they wete as they please 2S we DS prosably fen Ba a very own! The smart lined oak finish is set off with black 
i 2 a re T ” ae | 2 Tt « veTs > ee 2 vr Th3 ‘shit Tt + o> = IODOS) S 2a! se. — o . oe - °° = 
ehile age, an independent That's the way it is where [ line. 2. The other night I watched 4 legs and grille. The miracle “Marlite plastic top resists 
tried 1 re im and he was | wonder @ & is oo all ewer the SS Seenes a gor gr wny~ Aa boat scratches from penpoints, clips, ruler edges .. . resists 
: ee , coon —_eech te & very sigs im Me as : . : : 
ind of pitiful es ~ our. a . » ‘Gemmeeeet oof ¥ - sagres ; scuffs, stains, even burns. Plenty of working space, the 
.§ (ee ne beckimg me i De? VOurT arf is °°) BS gars — ” —_ a . . 
you See one delighted in bis perverseness. “> hime im nearly everything = top measures 20 by 40-inches. Pencils, pads, etc. stay out 
. a * = -_ aee ; 
og croup was I remember bow pleased we " SOFS amc Goes P a of the way in the roomy drawer. A hardy hardwood beauty, 
-_ Saat Gael a . l ere — ciimarily 2 man you dis “a : . . . . 
3 3< » were when Lower =e nay — 
= “ney ant oun the wire. Like other waters I Gs 22°ee With is automatically 2 — it stands 29-inches high, has solid brass-tipped legs. 
: ™ heomees ke tee much righterss and rr saded a Wateting Aum on — 
mK U le and t2ke 1 hem Ln Tac Was 8 Desie whe ~n a — : sund mayer! thine < 
. ind *»oce scams a *ea? bal *rz2 bre iw om an? .—— Los Tan 5 iz eLigent 
? ¢ the Tides and woted body will go fer & with a= ave. *. erste and wonderfully | + 


etry 


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‘ When the Gallup Pe arred ; 
. ; ap ae . . his ptugram, buat By George, he 


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or poset soo very fine things 
~< soca t- =" 2°" nog y 7 
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+—were (he howimg ground People whe Gifered widely won. Gass seme < jee 
: . ° 7 . ss fe 72en "Tae ever 
« 2 OSA Eon {= . = > = ere Tit ET ohh > <n - ae ~. 
= P me — > ll satiee for the Soom and bdel- 
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- be of the conventions Im 


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- : - is ieabiy gad Im sot a politi 
»> © <1? arr _-_ ios murr 722s, ie 2S 
- Tet seems te be ceriaimty. tee tick a white 2 CC nana ; 

’ ned 20 Tenet my part of collar too mest 2 mind cam oe [ must Se @ scary Susiness 
no = ~™ & soe aa ar tavurg to devend on -jat ornery 

euntn reeple are Dul- test a capdidete we miter bow | -. a — 
so. You can cet an epip- ouch moner and infveore ace © ie American Voter, 
esthine im the world behind him Ries eo — tack waiting to catch 

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: The voter jus bo > 
nes : e voter just sits hark Bik ours are big, comtortaovdte, beautiful 

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EY we% | | Wh ) and budget priced! the springs 
Marviand Delegate Backs | aur wvrtom | | \ ¢ won't sag, the vinyl covering 
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Maryland delegate te the Re fort 

Arm choirs made to lest with a black finish tubular steel 

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for easy care too . . . the smart gold-touched textured-vinyl 
covering cleans easily, keeps its new-look thru yéars and 
years. The roomy seat is 19 by 22-inches wide. Accented 3 
with sparkling brass-plate, it makes a smart addition to 


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: == vital for the GOP t Yours in chorceal, turquoise, tawny er pink 
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ln mahogany, $119.50; 
tructwood or blonde oak. $129.50 
tee for The Washingtes oe 
Peet and Times Herald Wagnawns W.LGuL Sonu * 
Whet Washmgior held + Phomag apr $° 99 59 


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we Rtas 0 ‘=r wath e Tange tf SI ow Shae 
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— en te reore ent the Cage el oan saaniaee e . . 6 Sil Sp ° 
Thistrict at the national ome TUM UP Manet es Swe Se, eS Alexandria o Arlington ver ring 


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Sunday, August 12, 1956 : Bo 


Where courtesy and quality are traditional 


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place se.; three sisters, Marie|(USN-ret.), Newport, R. Ij 


Be WASHINGTON POST ‘end re HERALD = “ a | Harry WV. Lynn Dead: M ail Car rier Lehmann, Mrs. C. Innis Beam Franklin P. Lehmann, Not 


Sunday, A 12, 1956 
tanta and Mrs. Robert £. Powell, all folk. and William T. aoe 
of Washington; three brothers, of ait and two gran 
For 30 Years Rear Adm. Harold R. Lehmann children 


Whi , pe Sa, Civilian Navy Executive eas 
hite Council 4 2 "q | | | Harry W. Lynn, 65, a sie Nation's major sineran (ATE D. C. Dies 


’ 


rs Rian ee og Ret | | Foxe 
executive with the Navy De- plants as well as the Navy reg Charles J. Lehmann, 68, willbe Lo Ub Le vid 


C I) d Bi Patt ‘partment, died Friday of can-\craft Factory in Philadelphia. |w,.nington native and a mail 
ase ro eC I while visiting his mother! He was a Mason, a member |.arrier here for more than 30 

| in Wisconsin _ of Navaer Craftsmen, Navali years died of a heart attack 
Golden Wedding | Bavids. Wis. & ) | Aeronautics Society, and an! wwe Friday in St. 


"aed aasie” M d Mrs. 0. Patti b dyin bo e » elder at Clarendon Presby-| | a > ris ae ie 

orter ’ r. and Mrs, Harry 0. Patti- tT | om *8., where he 

CHARLOTTESVILLE,  Va., 26th Year son, 4201 Massachusetts ave. & Mr. IL, ynn, : terian Church in Arlington. em had retired six 
. ho lived at Besides his mother, Mrs. = years ago. 


ms ’ bers of Whit ' ; 
Aug. 11 lembers of a ite nw., celebrated their golden 14:3 \ Jeffer- . r George W. Lynn, he is curvieal | a AE 


Citizens Council distributed Cl | 
anti-integration literature door eaters wedding anniversary yester- son st., Ariing- . by his widow, the former Anna| ; 3 ; 2 was a mail car- 


oor here to after charges day with a party for their ton, was civil- rd / | 
oes Aromat ype Bm four et D lj family and friends at the '4n €xecutive A . Belle Whitaker; two daughters, d +f  asanee NO DOWN 

them for a previous pamphlet edicate Statier Hotel. Pattison, 78, 4,4 ™ inistrator Mrs. H. T. Simonds Jr., New r post office,} « 
passing expedition @ week ago . formerly was in charge of Selene ~—— teddiovion” ho = -— J. E. m 5921 Georgia PAYMENT 
Police Chief James E. Adams Memorial financial advertising for The sion at the Bu- Lynn ie : eae wens Pla pa f ave. nw. all the 
said he was “not going to; 4 ; | Washington Post and Times ren fA b R time he was ‘ w 
bother them” when the group || | u of Aeronautics of the five brothers and sisters, all * Lehmann with the Postal eNews All plumbing, carpentry, plaster 
Herald. \Navy Department. A mechani- Wisconsin Rapids, ervice. A graduate of Wash- Call work, etc. by our own me 


chanics. All work done neatly, 


came into his ofice to ask for! ication of the C. C. Hub amsomntee Funeral services will be held 
a door-to-door distribution per- eaicatio ical engineer, he had been at ington schools, he served for . 
, at 10 a. m.. Tuesday at ives eight years in the Navy before OL. 2-4656 and without damage fo your 


mit after a brief police court bard Memorial Laboratory fea- the bureau since 1939 i | 
ou vy. funeral home, with burial in roperty. 
He said, however, po ea N P | * oe ; oining the Post Office Depart- prop 
ogee stop distribution of! 7° ee < ee a New Foo He was a native of Wisconsin National Memorial Park. nome ‘He lived at 522 Jefferson F. N. LORIA FREE ESTIMATES at your 
literature on the streets. ven gp : ~ hs Dry and was graduated from the st. nw. } PLUMBING CO., INC. ¢ convenience, da i ht 
“Frankly, we're disappointed ~°" ’ - > University of Cincinnati in Other Obituaries He is survived by his wife 47 iiler oe 
+ Cleaning Alumni Society in eC ratec . , : 13 Miller Avenue ; 
the charges were nolle Silver Sort Md 1917. He worked at Bremerton on PageB-2 Lily M. Lehmann; a son, Rob- Registered and Bonded in D. C. @ 
prossed,” said John Kasper, ex-|* “aneus’ aan dite ‘cleaners and , Navy Y@rd, Ford Motor Co, and ert E. Lehmann, of 1136 44th 2 Bethesda, Maryland mth gy ey Mn pepe 
ectuive secretary of the Sea : “ Y |] C] | . F A MM A a. 
‘hoard White Citizens Council, thei families attended the ded n 1é\y er y ——— —— 
which operates from the Dis-!¢2#40®. The —a roe J 
under the Constitution.” education, C. C. Hubbard, 7 onday Hours—Washington, 9:30 to 6—Arlington, 12:30 to 9:30 
Kasper and three other died in 1954. Rep. Alfred D.| yesterday dedicated their swim- 
W hite Council members from a J.) was the ming pool—the first commun- 
the Washington area were ar- ™7)) Morty has been hold-|ity pool to be completed in 
rested last Saturday and ing panel discussions on dry suburban Prince Georges 
charged with passing out mem cleaning and plant manage- ounty. 


bership applications and litera ; ’ More than 500 club members, , 
‘7 ) "ment problems at the Institute) ; “ 
not Ma 9a Ae be caperser 07 \ city in Silver Spring and at the well-wishers, county and town . 
ordinance requires written per- Shoreham Hotel officials donned bathing suits IC is ve 

to try out the $120,000 pool at ' ° O j a C 


mission of the mayor and chief 
“ The weekend reunion began ac 2 . 
of police to “distribute written as “Back-Home Day” 26 years ae end of Euclid st. off Crest 


or printed handbills, posters or ~~ : a 
ther similar written of < | ani8 Maple pe oe The weather was perfect... WASHINGTON e v 
printed matter a oe Bava: “Mise Back- Sunny skies and temperatures OTL bi or on ve ion CLUS 

The Seaboard White Citizens Ho Dew” this “aa in the mid-80's. ARLINGTON 
Council members first appeared Cen , hai nan for the Before issuing a blanket in- 
here two days before Federal —-, © — vitation to try a cooling dip, 

- weekend is Milton H. Ehren- 

Judge John Paul handed down eich. 4702 Locust Hill ct., Be- Carl Kallina. member of the 
a decree ordering an immediate +) ada ‘Richard F Kelley of Cheverly Swimming Club 
start for desegregation in Char- yon arti City. Okla.. is Anish. Board of Directors, officiated 
lottesville schools this fall—the ing his yearlong terms as pres-/%t 2 brief dedication ceremony, 


earliest date set for any Vir-: . introducing officials who were e 
ginia locality by court order ident present ee * 9 
Kasper said today Judge Paul's The pool is 75 by 86 feet with Fe ° el 1es8 


decision made Charlottesville a a an additional diving area. Ad- 


“battleground - “> jacent is a separate wading 
School Board Chairman R oday ~ pool for small fry. 

Stanley Goodman Jr. said yes- o/ The Cheverly pool is the first has ] 1? ‘ ’ ‘’ ] 

terday that some “tentative of several Prince Georges com- = eCWINng Area 

plans” were being made in EK vents munity pools scheduled to open 

case of enforced integration soon. Pools at Mount Rainier 

when schools open Sept. 4. He and Oxon Hill are rapidly near- 


would not go into detail and) pusnts scheduled for today '"S completion 
refused to say whether a pupil ' 


ane . ote terisks denote events open 
assignment plan might be un- ‘**5 : , o 
der consideration. Any final to public Food, Drug Aide Named Easy to Carry 95 
te Gale i Gomeeel waneer oaies yy , Peter J @ Weight 32 Ibs eal 


to wait a special school policy Alumn! tnstitute of Dry Cleaning Appointment of Dr | 
session of the General Assem- *'grseaen:h aitborne Division Asso- Farago as deputy medical direc- 
bly called for Aug. 27 clation, Willard (last day? tor of the Food and Drug Ad- 
At the Police Court hearing SPECIAL EVENTS ministration was announced 
morning ( Ty (‘ommon. ; ft ; co Q sponsored by Whest on yesterday by the Department 
ith’s Attorney L. W. Wood Leslon erounds, Powder Mill rd. oppe- Of Health, Education, and Wel- 
me — site High Poin n School, Wheaton. fare. Dr. Farago has been & 
that the ch s Resgiaurant  Beve . é , ’ .—_ Ee , ’ 
pert Ae ‘other “White ~~ “shall Hall Amuse- clinical investigator at the Ab- Go to Kann’s Monday, for this G.E. portable TV so you'll 

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ment’ Park on 66. Mount Vernon. 6 bott laboratories in North Chi- _ get all of the exciting features of the political convention 


itizens Council members be|”-. ete é ; . 
ropped after testimony by Po-\9 sm. ¥MCA. 1560s ae.” cago for the last three years. at its start. You can carry it home, use it from room to 

sen’ Cinied Addie Gel” died £ ini room, use it.on trips wherever you go. Has aluminzed Nothing Down 
fe: picture tube, all aluminum cabinet in Bermuda Bronze or 


Charlottesville resident 3B 
Mrs. George Bibb, of the res- Terra-Cotta and ivory. (on approved credit) $10 a Month 


ia 


idential Belmont area, testified @ 

she got five membership appli- 

cations for the Seaboard Coun- 

cil from ca 2 Franklin John- 

ston, of 1103 Belleview st se.. ae = . 4 , , 

Washington. A Big Trade-In For Your Old Washer 
Mrs. Bibb, who said later she 


did not complain to lice, tes- 
nog eerie « ome (Copyright ‘and Pat. Applied For) 


tified at the hearing that John- , 

ston was standing on a yard TRADEMARK REGISTERED . ; . 
sidewalk as she walked past . 4 ' A \ A tT t 
Wood moved to drop the a” E S ul oma ic 
charges after her appearance, | #@ , nd ff 
saying there was no evidence ear e er 


of a violation of the city ordi- 3 * | : 
nance ae : 
Earlier in the week an edi a THIS SIMPLE, EASY AND Ww.) | Washer and Dryer 


torial in the local newspaper 3 


said the city ordinance “seems ee INEXPENSIVE METHOD ' . 
clearly unconstitutional.” The i ¥ ° ° 
editorial, however, stressed mon’ ’ | Combination 


roval of the Seaboar 


Council literature and said : Ne ; : \ « 
probably would do no credit to " $ : | \\ : 
the segregation cause - ' ; N\ 

Kasper now is seeking a per- a <2 . és \ = 
mit to hold a rally in Belmont @ 95 
Park at 2 p. m. Aug. 18. Adams - ie. | 


indicated the request would TOTAL 
be granted if there was no PRICE 
schedule conflict a ; 
In addition to Kasper and @ oS re : : 
Johnston. charges wane doasand = | se 2 This amazing new Easy combination washes and dries clothes in 
Ks =, one continuous automatic operation. Cuts washday down to just 


against two other Washington . 
area men. They were Floyd ENTIRE DEVICE WORN : ; one minute ... the time it takes to put in clothes and detergent 
Fleming, of 905 Quincy st = : : Pi and push a button . ... transforms your dirtiest laundry into 
a ag gy FE on "eg fluffy-dry clothes that are ready to fron or, in some cases, put 
right on. You never touch wet clothes, much less lift them. 


Trailer Village, pl oon. f 
" IN EAR CANAL ee And, it’s the space-savingest washer-dryer ever built ... it 
Lovettsville Boy. 3, rege » takes only 27” of wall space. Requires no unsightly or expensive 
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Drowns in Creek J ae 

LOVETTSVILLE, Va. Aug. 
1] #®—A 33-year-old boy drown-'§ ‘ 
ed yesterday in a small creek P ; 
about 100 yards from his rural ‘ Nothing Down con Approved Crectt) 
Lovettsville home a 

James L. Leach was found @& " Easy Monthly Payments 
floating face down in 10 inches 2 
of water by his mother, Mrs. & 
Paul Leach. Dr. Roy B. Samp i 

ey medical examiner, § 
termed the drowning acciden- 
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thousand copies of 
United States Russian-language 
magazine Amerika are gather- 
ing dust in an American Em- 
bassy storeroom here 
It was that 
should be Soviet 
stands before But no con 
tract has been made between 
the State Department and | 
Soviet Government-owned 
riodicals distribution agency, 
Soyuzpechat 
it is underst 
contract was dispat 
Washington today for State De- 
pariment approval 
Also it is understood the So- 
viets want a big cut out of the 
retail price of five rubles ($1.25 
at the official’ exchange rate) 
per copy for distributing it 
Amerika is a lavish periodi 
Cai with manyv < pictures 
and art 1@ Soviet mag 
zine closest to it in 
format 
cents 
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circulate the 1 
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partment is 
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some 20,000 copies ; 
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Cpl. Daniel A. Villarial (left) of Greenbelt, , 
Md., and Cpl. Jerry D. Goetz, 3870 Rodman 
clean their rifles after leaving the 


ials said 
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it price the company will 
the Russians 

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nion and USSR, in the United 


This was to be a dem- 
stration of mutual good will 
tween the two countries—in 
socalled “spirit of Ge 


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In Washington, State Depart 


ment officials said they hope 
to get the first issue of Amer- 
Ka dated Augus! 
buted before the end of Aug- 
ust 

They said the delay in Mos 
cow’ is holding up distribution 
of the Magazine USSR because 
distribution of the two maga- 
zines must be simultaneous 

The 50,000 copieswf Amerika 
were printed in West Germany 
and shipped Moscow 


to some 


firing range. The Marine reservists of the 
13th Infantry Battalion are training at 
Camp Lejeune, N. C. 


1956, distri- 


time ago. USSR, was printed 
in New York. 

The two magazines are de- 
signed under an agreement 
arising out of the Big Four 
Summit Conferente at Geneva 
last year, to depict life in the 
two countries without going in- 
to heavy handed propaganda. 

Officials at the State Depart- 
ment and the Soviet Embassy 
in Washington said editors al- 
ready are working on Septem- 
ber issues of the magazines. 


‘activity . came 
> 


‘Area Marine Reservists 


Enter 2d Training Week 


CAMP LEJEUNE, N. C., Aug.jwhen the Marines tested their 
(Spl.)—Marine Corps Re-|M. 1 rifles in competitive shoot- 


11 
servists from Washington’s 13t 
Infantry Batallion paraded at 
Camp Geiger today to climax 
their first week of summer field! 
training. 

After the parade, Qhey took 
time off for beach parties and) 
fishing trips. Another rugged 
week of training lies ahead. 

Friday, the Marines moved 


ing. 


italion was Sgt. Samuel A. 


D’Andelet of 5328 67th ave., 


Riverdale, who recorded a 235 
out of a possible 250. Close be- 


—_— SS 


into the brush for simulated Slaughterers Get 


they 
re- 


‘combat patgls. Later 
formed fire teams and 
hearsed tactical formations 

Next week the men will run’ 
through bayonet courses and 
concealment and camouflage 
exercises. At dusk Wednesday 
they will participate in a night 
assault on a fortified position 

On Thursday, after a night 
field bivouac, the men will work 
on battalion problems, Summer 
training will end at midnight 
that day 

Highlight of the first week's 
last Thursday 


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B10 | 


Sunday, August 12, 1956 


| 


Red Party Held 


Moscow’s Tool | 


United 

The Subversive Activities 
Control Board yesterday reaf- 
firmed that the United States 
Communist Party is manipu- 
lated by Moscow and should 
register as a Communist-action 


group 
But at the same time, the 
SACB threw out the “tainted” 
testimony of three Government 
witnesses at hearings 
which found the party was a 
Soviet purpet 
In rejecting a bid for a new 
hearing, the SACB charged the 
Communists were attempting 
to “make a merry-go-round” of 
internal security laws by claim 
ing the party had changed its 
ways since the downgrading of 
Stalin by present Soviet lead 
ers 
The Boord said the Commu 
nists in the past often have 
changed tactics “for one reason 
or another.” Whether the tradi- 
tional aim of world revolution 
has been replaced can only be 
judged “in the crucible of 
time.” the SACB said 
The Supreme Court last April 
returned the findings of the 
Board for review after a Cim 
munist Party appeal based on 
testimony of the late Paul 
Crouch, Manning Johnson end 
Harvey N. Matusow. former 
party mombers who tesufied 
for the Attorney General 
rhe Court s: their testi 
mony was “taint arid the 
SACB sjould ‘ ; Si. ike 
from the record of the previ 
ous case or grant the party a 
The Board's latest 
reaffirmed the 
revious finding without the 
testimony of the three 
Their order stated that Matu 


eariier 


t munist movement’ and it 


Press 
sow, a self-confessed perjurer, 
had compiled enough of a rec- 
ord in other proceedings to 
make his testimony suspect 

Of the other two, the bocrd 
said Crouch is dead and the 
Justice Department showed 
little disposition to back up the 
testimony of Johnson 

But the SACB fiatly re- 
jected Communist attempts to 
discredit the testimony of four 
other Government witnesses 
and brushed aside Party claims 
it is independent of the Krem- 
lin 

At the latest hearings, the 
Party challenged the testimony 
of ex-members Benjamin Git- 
low, Louis F. Budenz, Nathaniel 
Honig and Daniel Scarletto 

Hionig and. Searletto were 
formerly active in Party organ- 
ization work on the West Coast. 
Gitlow, at one time one of the 
Party's top leaders, ran on the 
Porty ticket for Vice President 
in 1924 and 1928. Budenz was 
a former managing editor of 
the Daily Worker, Communist 
newspaper 

rhe SACB said the Party 
at previous hearings had 
avriled itself of its “adequa 
opportunity” to discredit the 
four. which were not men 
tioned in the Supreme Court's 
decision 

As to Party claims the is 
no such thing as a “Wor'd Com- 
< not 

Communist-action organiza 
tion, the SACB said a re 
hearing on that question, in 
volving lengthy legal proce 
dures, would “frustrate the 
congressionel purpose 

The Board ssid the Party of 


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Settlements 
GiveW orkers 
10-15c Raise 


United Press 


The AFL-CIO predicted yes- 
terday that a majority of wage 


contract settlements this year. 


will provide for pay increases 
of 10 to 15 cents an hour plus 
fringe benefits. / 

In its monthly collective bar- 
gaining report, the AFL-CIO 
said that “the largest number 
of negotiated wage increases 
in recent months” have run 
from 10 to 15 cents an hour 
and roughly 3 to 5 cents an 
hour more than “typical” 1955 
wage settlements. 

The continuing rise in pro- 
ductivity plus the current high 
level of business activity “bol- 
ster the prospect for wide- 
spread wage increases in the 
10-to-15-cent range in the 
months . immediately ahead,” 
the report said. 

The report termed “sig- 
nificant” the number of long. 
term contracts signed this year 
with no provisions for wage re- 
opening during the life of the 
contracts. It said most of these 
run for two to three years— 
three years in the steel indus- 
try. They usually provide for 
automatic annual pay § in- 
creases, it said, plus increases 
to reflect cost-of-living rises 
and the right to reopen only in 
event of a national emergency. 


fered new “evidence” that 
stemmed from the actions 
Communists in Russia and 
hich Soviet officials. 

“We have in our. report 
this case traced a number 
similrr startling reversals 
Soviet policies and the Party's 
adherence ... for over a period 
of 30 vears the SACB said. 

The Board sa‘d the Party in- 
dicated it will appeal the latest 
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, THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD : See Maryland Family Wins Baby Parade Prize 
By Sunday, August 12, 1956 | . The family of George P.in costumes representing 
Sos Ratte, 4532 34th st, Mt Rainier, theme of “Americanism, Not 
——e = Md. was awarded its nd Communism.” They carried 


a 2 . : “ —— special family prize last week American flags and reprints of 
NIH Given $10 Million F& Saenger Banya nyt a 
("Fe ~~ * 2 Ratte is 


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By Nate Haseltine | Wrest “eee > : : FOR A LIFETIME OF PRIDE 
sam Revers — ~~ AND PLEASURE . . . SELECT 


The recently adjourned Con- 


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stitutes of Health in Bethesda Tm ’ , 
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ings and improvement program 


The program, moreover, does war = - ; ‘ 
not include the authorized $63- 7%, , oF a sf ; . fanecrvcas lldesl and 


million National Medical Li : eS re ’ he < . * a Most Distinguished Siaqne 
brary, which may or May not | “s ' é 
be constructed on land avail- 
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It does include: 

® Authorization of up to #4 
million for construction of a 
separate building to house the Numbers lecate units te be constructed as ; Clinical Center); 3. New surgical suite; 
National Institute for Dental, part of an improvement program on the | 4. Biclogics Standards Building; 5. Dental 
Research. This smallest of the National Institutes ef Health reservation in ) Research Building: 6 Additional animal 
seven institutes which comprise). Bethesda. 1. Residential treatment center | facilities; 7. Temporary office facilities for 
the NIH, medical research arm) (mental health); 2. New South Drive exten- | conversion to animal facilities; 8. Site of 
cow crowded, into quarters|  %0® (Old Georgetown rd. te south side of | propened effice building = 


within facilities of the other 
institutes Begin now to enjoy the glorious tone and 


°* A $3,190,000 structure to Inauguration Survey Made By Pennsy matchiess beauty of a Chickering piano in 


gy your home. Enjoy, t00, the prestige of 

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trols functions. The separate) Before the presidential candi- the survey was undertaken this J. Roth. passenger manager ownership of the instrument of artists and 
gracious homes since 1823. All the lovely 


facility was voted necessary in ected. the far in advance in order to pro William F. Hoagland. manager 
the revamping of the service's cetes are eves See of freight sales and service. stylings of the Chickering, both consoles 


program of regulating and test- Pennsylvania Railroad is busy vide sufficient time for changes _ 4 Aibert R. Marsh, super- and grands, are now in our piano show- 
ing drugs and vaccines. The preparing for the “city on and to set up heat, lights, tele- intendent of equipment rooms. Come in. admire them. try them 
vast polio vaccine safety pro- wheels” which it will provide phone service, — ,~ “—— , ene: / 
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All Set for the Picnic sion. pa" tion next January. people who will stay in the Boat Sinks; 11 Missing Convenient Terms 
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— 7 = ’ ttt  .... |surgical wing to the 500-bed toured its freight yards yester- Participating in yesterday's teen persons were rescued to 
Shriners, test the ferris wheel at Chesapeake Beach Park Clinical Research Center. The day to survey facilities avail-inspection tour around the day from a fishing boat which 
in preparation for the annual all-day Shriners’ outing to new. several-storied addition is able and the work needed tofreight yards were Maurice eat fx Rea eon onet Gib en 


be held at the beach August. 18. needed, a Public Health Serv- set up temporary accommoda- Lingenfelter, Washington “— Manila Ray. The f 
. —— ice spokesman said, largely be- tions for passengers coming minal manager: William G. trance to Sianiia bay oom 
cause the specialized surgical to Washington fer the inau- Pfohl, transportation super- of 11 other persons aboard the 13h & 6 Sts W 9332 Ga. Ave... $. 5. aS te 
Colombia Gets Ike’s Sy thy procedures overcrowd present guration. . intenGent Sarthe Chestecdipicraft was at imuedichly SSeS Oe ecany 
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President Eisenhower yester-' sense of shock and sorrow with Pal yy AO oo me — pegs es * es ae. ae ' bs. 
day sent a message to the peo which we have read the news - nape yy then ani.| . 
ple of Colombia expressing of the disaster that has befallen "21 house wines for NIH re Store Hours Tomorrow: Langley Park, Md., 12:30 to 9:30 P.M. Washington, 9:30 to 6 P.M. 
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Mr. Eisenhower dispatched supplies from the American —— ©) = ©) 
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U.S. Donor 
Gives 79th 
Pintof Blood 


A Bureau of Census person 
ne! clerk donated her 79th pint 


of blood to the Red Crosse 
Washington Regional Blood 
Center last week, setting a rec 


ord for the highest number of 
donations in her bureau 

She is Janie Webb of 4105 
3ist st.. Mount Rainier Miss 
Webb has been donating recu 
lariy since the outbreak of 
World War Il 

Another! Government 
ploye, Guy A. Jones of Sea 
brook, Md. gave 72a pint 
at the Blood Center at 2025 FE 
st. nw. Jones, & staff member 
of the Department of Veterans 
Benefits and Physical Services, 
Veterans Administration 
started giving blood in 1937 in 
Cape Cod, Mass. He announced 
recretfully that his 72d was his 
last donation because he had 


em 


his 


passed the 60-year age limit 
Despite the center's regular 
donors. the week's collections 


by the bloodmohiles and at the 

center were 348 pints short of 

the 1750 weekly quota 
Requests of the 60 civilian 


and Federal hospitais in the 
District, Maryland, West Vir 
ginia and Virginia mean that 


bloodmobiles and center work 


ers must collect 350 pints a 
dav Monday through Friday 

Red Cross Officials said that 
although all emergency re 
quests were met, some hosp! 
tal orders had to be cut short 
They warned that the continu 
ing summer slump in blood do 
nations could cost lives in case 
of a disaster 

The bloodmobile schedule 


for this week is given below 
In addition, Red Cross donors 
may give blood at Garfield Hos 


pital from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.. 
Monday through Fridays at 
Freedmien’s, 1 to 8 p. m.. Mon 
day through Friday and 2 to 
5 p. m., Sunday; at Walter Reed 
9 a m. to 4 pp. Mm Monda' 
through Friday. and 7 to 8 p 
m.. Tuesday. and at the center, 
2025 EF st. nw.. 1 to 9 p. m.. Mon 
day, and 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., 
Tuesday through Friday 
MONDAY 
Andrews Air F e Base Byl.¢ing 
T.3-79 os a. toe 3°30 
Library ' <¢ . ena Pa 
lic a oo 
Torsbay 
Malin Navy rr ret eve 
Room 254! 30 . 1, 
Daric Tavic r Mode T Basta Career x 
Mad. 9a. m. ' 
WEDNESDAY 
Pentas Room io «a. m to 
Department of Justice Ores Hall 
os » te r 
THURSDAY 
Port Belve Va se NNO 
5 Ww _ ~ ta : , 7 
FRIDAY 
First Method hus 5300 Ba 
more dive Hva * a 
H cr Co a Lum A Zz ~ 
& m te 5 rr. 


Legion Board 
Is to Meet 
On Thursday 


The D. C. American Legion 
executive committee will meet 
at 8 p. m. Thursday at the Le 
gion Clubhouse, 433 3d st. nw.. 
with Department Commander 
James A. DeForce presiding 

Officers in three District 
Posts were installed last week 

At Capital Transit Post 46, 
Ralph G. Brader was named 
commander: 
mer, Leonard B. Nasseu and 
Nathan L. Snipes, vice com- 
manders; Wade H. Taylor. ad- 
jutant and finance officer: 
Charies Breeden, judge advo 
cate; Joseph Rozicer, historian: 
Harry C. Breeden, service offi- 
cer; Samuel Jefferson, sergeant 
at arms, and Boyce F. Gorman, 
chaplain 

Robert C. Long was installed 
as commander of Department 
of Commerce Post 45. Other 
new officers are Harold F. Lin- 
denmeyer, Samuel H. Freed- 
man and Robert C. Wasson. 
vice commanders: Kurt W 
Luethy, adjutant: Harold F 
Lindenmeyer, membership of- 
ficer, and Orvin L. Wilhite 
finance officer 

Federal Bureau of Investiga- 


tion Post 56 installed Walter 
P. Spooner, commander: Har 
old A. Christiansen. Vincent J 
Neilson, and Edward F. Ryan 
vice commanders: Michael J 
Mahaney Jr., adjutant: Francis 
P. Frauson, chaplain: William 


J. Fitzpatrick, finance officer: 
William J. Pettit, judge advo- 
cate; John Joseph O'Connor. 
sergeant at arms; Willie Lee 
Bates and George M. Jackson 
color bearers 


Home Mishaps 
Cause 3 Deaths 


During Week 


A 23-year-old woman was 
electrocuted by a broken wire 
to her washing machine last 
week. She was one of three to 
die as a result of accidents in 


the home 
Local hospitals treated 149 
residents injured in home ecci- 


dents during the week. They 
brought the year's total of in- 
jured to 2942 

The two other deaths re. 
suited from falls in the home 
Thus far this year 121 persons 
have died from home accidents. 
compared to 105 for the same 
period last year 

Among the injuries treated 
were 58 falls, 9 burns, 8 acci- 
dental poisonings, and 20 cuts 
They included a men who took 
four tablespoons of rat poison 
think it was a laxative: a 
child who sprayed creosote in 
hoth her eyes: a man bitten on 
the mouth by a dog, and seven 
children who imbibed a variety 
of unlikely substances 


Frightened Boy Killed 
NEW YORK, Aug 11 


cut for the first time. He 


BATTLE CREEK. Mich. 
Aug 11 (P)}—The Federal 
Civil Defense Administration 
announced today it is putting 
out a new master plan of civil 
defense to replace a previous 
plan outmoded by the H-bomb 

It reported its new pian will 
require “revision” should & 
“potential aggressor” develop 
ability to attack with intercot- 
tinenta!l ballistics missiles ofr 
work out “new techniques for 
chemical or biclogical war- 
fare 

The new plan. already dis 
tributed te siate and local civil 
defense directors and other key 
government officials is 6d 
Joseph C. Eggiesten Jr. son signed basically to show “who 


of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eggies is suprosed to do what. 
. when ther do it. and by what 


c® 
Mie ¥, 


In Training 


ton of Greenbelt, Md. is fiy- uthesity” the eaomey eaid 
ing with the Air Force ROTC — * se Plas ty 
‘ sratnte at at The document: entitled “The 
—a we . © National Plan for Civil De 
Sewart Air Force Base, fen<cs Against . Pe my Attack sag 


the FCDA’s 1950 
pam phiet 


Smyrna, Tenn. Hesasteudent 
at Duke University. 


replace 


Biue Book™ This 


called “United States Civil De- 
ferise.” was described by the 
agency as a “valuable guide” 
in the early days of civil de- 
fense. 

“However, it has been out- 
moded by such developments 
as the hydrogen bomb, with its 
capacity for dealing damage 
over much greater areas, and 
the determination that radio- 
active fallout can spread hun- 
dreds of miles downwind from 
the point of a nuclear explo 
sion.” the agency said 

It emphasized the new plan 
“reflects current thinking only 
and “is not intended as a pres- 
entation of future plans.” 

“Revision would Se essen- 
tial.” it said, “if a potential ag- 


gressor developed the ability 
to attack with intercontinental 
ballistic missiles, produced 


atomic-powered planes, or de- 
veloped new techmiques for 
chemical or biclogical war- 


fare.” 


WASHINGTON pH Cc _— LANGLE y PARK 


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Md., 12:30 to 9:30; Washington, 
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Bates Draperies 


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Many one and two-of-a-kind in this special- 


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Washington, 7th, 8th, and E Sts., N. 


" years 


. New Guide Book Issued (Tax Men Catch Up 


For Civil Defense Aides With Evasion Schemes. 


part of such receipts,” the In- but reported only $66,000. He victions for the year. 
ternal Revenue report said. 
“The diverted taxes were'in prison, fined $7500 and had sible, 
used to expand operations into to pay an additional $96,000 ly because of a larger force af 
a sizeable chain of show hous- in taxes and penalties. 
es.” 
countant 
terms of two 
months respectively and each 
was fined $21,000 
Two partners in a furniture 
business 
each and sentenced to three 
years in prison for failing to 
record saies to their big cus- 
tomer. 
ness over a 2-year period was 
recorded on invoices of a prev 
ious 
ceeds sent to private bank ac 
counts of the partners 
Even tips have a habit of 
shrinking when it comes to pay- 
income 
Revenue said 
A former headwaiter of the & 


There are as many ways of 
attempting income tax evasion 
as there are persons caught at 


it, according to: an Internal 
Revenue Service announcement 
yesterday. 

For instance, the announce. 
ment, in reviewing tax cases 
for fiscal year 1956, which end- 
ed June 30, relates the story 
of the “penny arcade” operator 
who allegedly earned a com- 
fortable income through sale 
of pornographic literature 

For failure to report his in- 
come, he was sentenced to five 
in prison and directed 
to pay $350,000 in additional 
taxes and penalties 

A years-old scheme by a the- 
ater group to avoid taxes on 
admissions met its end through 
an anonymous letter. A woman 
in a “large Eastern city . . 
systematically withheld from 
the Government admissions 
tax receipts of from $400 to 


$2000 a month, reporting only banquet 


ing 


7 


| THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, August 12, 1956 13 


large New York City hotel” ice reported it chalked up «a 
‘received more than $200,000 record number of investiga- 
‘in tips over a 7-year period, tions, prosecutions and con 


The increase was made pos- 
the Service said, chief 


|was sentenced to four months 


agents authorized by Congress 
The Internal Revenue Serv-'two years ago. 


——— 


The woman and her ac- 
were sentenced to 
years and 18 


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Synday, August 12, 


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Goren on Bridge 


lows suit with a card which is 
unnecessarily and unusually 
high at a time when it ts un 
nistakable that a shift in 
order, such play directs a lead 
higher ranking side suit 
Dummy played low, and East 
chose to play the nine, which 
forced South's queen 
From here in declarer had 
an unobstrii@ted road to game 
4 heart to the jack drove out 
East ace, and subsequently) 
,South was able to ruff a dia 
‘mond in dummy and discard 
diamond and a spade on the 
king and queen of hearts, pick- 
jack of clubs on 


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diamond at trick two. declarer 
uld have had no chance for 
for when East ob- 
lead with the heart 
diamond tead 
dummy to ruff 
and establish 
trumps as the 


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contract 
tained the 
7 a third 
wou force 
with an honor 
East's jack of 
setting trick 
In this case 
means indicated that a shift 
must be made. for it might 
well be that East desires a dia- 
mond cont nuation in order to 
ast, force the dummy. There must 
continuation be some way for third hand 
as necessary forto request a _ continuation 
defense, followed signal 
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How to Keep Well 


By Dr. Theodore R. Van Delien 


To the limit of space, questions 
pertaining to the prevention of 
disease will be answered. Per- 
sonal replies will be made when 
return stamped envelope is tn 
closed. Telephone inquiries not 
accepted. Dr. Van Delien wiil 
not make diagnoses or prescribe 
for individual diseases 

OLD SWIMMING HOLE 

A modern, supervised pool is 
an asset to the community be- 
cause it offers unusual recrea 
tion facilities. But constant 
care is required to keep it clean 
and free from disease. There is 
no substitute for mechanical 
cleanliness and if the pool is 
used by a large number of peo 
pie. it may be necessary to 
scrub the bottom and sides at 
the end of each day 

More important, however, are 
purification and sanitation of 
the water. In the past, pools 
were emptied every week an 
refilled with water. Chlorine 
was added and -now and then 
the water contained so much of 
this antiseptic the eyes became 
irritated. The program 
costly because most 
pools are large and hold thou 
sands of gallons of water 


more prevalent because the 
edge of the pool is slippery and 
the surface hard. Fractures are 
common, particularly of the 
elbow, shoulder. knee, and 
ankle. The old sitter takes a 
beating also in various types 
of mishaps 
PLASTIC SURGERY 
MRS. H. writes: [Tm a 6 
year-old domestic and would 
like to have my face lifted 
Would I have to stay in the 
hospital for this operation? 
REPLY 
Yes. These procedures are 
more extensive than tancing a 
boil or correcting ingrown toe 
nail. If the work must be done 
why not arrange to have the 
operation during your vaca 
tion”? 
‘Copyright 


cpennen xh 


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1956 waee Tribune? 


Cr 


Look in the section 
birthday comes and and ined = sy ou 
_ 
4 


was P 
public ; 


Modern pools are equipped ; 


with a filtration and recirculat 
ing system Vater is 
and sanitized every eight hours 
even while the pool is in oper- 
ation. 
per cent of 
retained, which more 
for the original 
I understand that old 
can be renovated and 


is than 
pays 
ment. 
pools 


- 
INVeS(- int 


filtered bes 
MA 


Through this: method, 95 maki 
the original water’ 


, - 
| should be channeled 


rs 
from which you can reap mos 


modernized at a fraction of the Your 


rebuilding cost 


Most filters are of the high . . 


pressure 


type and aluminum ; 


acetate is added to precipitate * 


organic 
water are withdrawn frequent 
ly and sent to the 
for examination so that 
proprietor and the health de 


partment are aware of the bac- 7°0""* 
limes. > r 


terial content at all 
Adequate measures are taken 
if the count is too high. 
We must not forget 


laboratory [2= 
the 


matter. Samples of the *traz 


‘ i 
: he Dp ness a 
amor and novel 1 


"se to NOV. 72 ‘Scorpic 
. Sat loos = 


that pe: 


swimming pools are no cleaner hon 


than their users. 
a must 
swimmers with skin and com- 
municable diseases 
denied entrance 


The pool 


A shower is, 
before entering and the 


should be 


ought to be designed for safe- ; 


ty, with wide gutters, rounded 
edges, 
marked 

The lifeguard usually 


lected for his swimming ability 


and the depths clearly ! 


is se- *™ 


and he must pass the American fespen 


Red Cross water safety course 


These young men have an ad- « 


vantage over beach guards be 


cause they have a smaller area 7* 


to watch and the water is clear. 
On the other hand. falls are 


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For Release on Sept. 3 


By Fragklin Bruns Jr. 


VICTOR S. McCloskey Jr.. 
modeled the 3-cent Wheatland 
stamp released Sunday, and 
designed the 3-cent Labor Day 
stamp slated 
for Sept. 3 issu 
ance. Charles 
A. Brooks en- 
graved the vi- 
gnette for the 
Wheatiand 
stamp. and 
shared in the 
engraving of 
the vignette of 
the Labor Day 
stamp along 
with Richard 
M. Bower. The frames, letter- 
ing and numerals for both 
stamps were engraved by John 
S. Edmondson 

Airmail service on route 
4M. 81 will be inaugurated at 
Harrison, Ark. on Aug. 2]! 
Collectors may send self-ad 
dressed airmail envelopes to 
the Postmaster there, marking 
the outside envelope “First 
Flight Covers.” First flight 
airmail service will also in- 
augurated Sept. 1 at Marion, 
Ind.. on route A.M. 8&. 

The United Nations Postal 
Administration is placing a 
new “Bull’seyve” steel hand 
canceliation stamp in use Mon 
day. Collectors desiring first 
day use of the new hand stamp 
may send a reasonable number 
of self-addressed, -unstamped 
envelopes to the U.N. Postal 
Administration, United Na 
tions, N. Y. 

Requests should be accom 
pated by sufficient remittance 
to cover the cost of return 
postage for each envelope 
Stamps to be affixed will be 
determined by the U_N. and en 
velopes will be mailed out in 
dividually. Outer envelopes 
should be marked “New hand 
cancel—F .D.” 


terday. Mann filled 


12. 1955. 
Bonn has 


be released Aug. 24 


dedication of the abbe 
of Maria Laach. 
Jamaica is 


Bruns series Aug. 15, acco 
tive 
5- and 10-shilling and 


denominations, 
differemt approaches. 


May 1, and the 3-shilli 
was released Aug 
values remain to the 


On Sept 


i-shilling 3-pence 
mark the presentatio 
people of Ireland by 
statue of Commodo 
Barry. 
can Navy.” 

Barry was born in 
in 1745 and served a 
tant part in the fou 
the United States Na 
stamps will feature a 
Barry to be erected in 
Harbour, Ireland. Th 
the work of an 
sculptor, Wheeler 


is 


ton 


3518 34th st 
for membership 


nw... 
in th 


picturing 
coatof-arms of the colony 


_ |Labor Day Stamp Due | 


ern Germany stamp issued yes- Extramural Programs. 


a profes- 


sors chair at Princeton Uni- Medi 
versity here from 1938 to 1952, Richmond, Va. 
and died in Switzerland Aug.| Professor of Oral 


also announced Director of Graduate and Post- 
that a 20-pfennig stamp will graduate Studies 


to mark 


the RO0th anniversary of the the Univ ersity of Mic higan. He 


y-church 


releasing addi- 
tional values of its new postage 


rding to 


the Crown Agents Representa- 
The new stamps are the 


l-pound 
the 

in 
The 1% 


and i-pence values appeared 


ng stamp 
2. Ten 
issued. 


16 the Irish Post 
Office will release 3-pence and 
stamps 


to 
mn to the 
the peo- 


ple of the United States of a 


re John 


“Father of the Ameri- 


Ireland 
n impor- 
nding of 
vy. The 
statue of 
Wexford 
is 


American 
Williams. 
and was cast in bronze in Bos- . 


In the Clubs 


Miss Charlotte S. Reinhardt. 
has applied 


e Amerfi- 


can Air Mail Society. - 


THE U.N. POSTAL Adminis 
tration has announced that 
stocks of the 3<ent Interna- 
tional Telecommunication Un- 
ion stamp, issued Feb. 11. are 
now exhausted, along with sup- 
plies of the 3cent Human 
Rights stamp released Dec. 9 
1955 

Argentina has released its 
2-pesos stamp marking the 75th 
anniversary of the founding of 
its Mint, according to H. G 
Spanton. The adhesive pic 
tures a 1-peso silver coin—first 
minted there in 1881. and also 
shows an angled view of the 
same coin. The new stamp was 

| placed on sale July 28. and 
| first day covers were canceled 
from 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. only 

Thomas Mann, German-born 
Nobel Prize winner for litera 
ture (1929 and 1949) has been 
honored on a 20-pfennig west 


ing today at 2 p. m. at 
tage. on the 


Wisconsin ave.. 
donation auction will 
as a part of the prog 
refreshments will 
will 


ciety be acting 


group 


Thursday at the U.S. 
Museum, sponsored 
Washington 
ciety. “ 
The Collectors Club 


meeting at 417 7th st 

Wesley M 
Tryon. 
ridge Stamp Club in 1 


Elmont st.. 


Stamp and Coin 
The American Fi 


Exchange 


ISRAEL 16° DPifferest S71." 
JOHN ARWOSTI., S08 tith St NW. 
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$1.00 per year throu 
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Stamos 4 Coin cht A Sold 


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The Associated Stamp Clubs 
of the Chesapeake area is meet- 


Top Cot- 


grounds of the Na- 
tional Institute of Health. 9000 
Bethesda. 


\ 
be held 


ram, and 
be served 
The Washington Philatelic So- 


as host 


A bourse night will be held 


National 
by 


of Wash 


ington will feature an auction 
during its Wednesday evening 
Vis- 


nw. 


itors will be welcomed 

and Sylvia R 
founders of the Wood- 
have 
retired and have moved to 2612 
Wheaton. Md 


937, 


rst Day 


Cover Society will continue to 


rship at 
gh Sept 


Norman H. Lee, 5263 Cobb 


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statue ‘ 


the 
Numismatic So- 


Health Institute 
F ills Two Posts 


Two appointments to the staff 
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126 Directors 


Named 


The names ‘of 126 men and 
women who have accepted ap- 
pointments to the first United 
Givers Fund Board of Direc- 
tors were announced yesterday 


by H. Holmes’ Vogel, chairman 
of the UCF selection commit 
tee. *hey arm 

Caesar L. Aiello, .m attor- 
ney: Bruce Baird, president, 
¥:tional Savings and Trust 
Co’ H Malcoim Beaidridge, 
general counsel of the U S 
Cane Sugar Refiners Ass0cia- 
tion. Edgar Balshaw, Safeway 
Stores: John T. Barnett, Sears, 
Roebuck and Co., and W. Car- 
rol! Beatty. 4316 Hamilton &t., 
Hyattsville, Md 

Also. Daniel W. Bell, pres? 
dent of American Security and 
Trust ‘({ Mrs James T 
Berryman, 6633 32nd pil. nw 
Wa Rierwagen. 2318 
Cheverly ave. Cheverly, 
Maryland Raymond Biat- 
tenberger, U. S. Public Print 
e terbert C. Blunck, Statler 
Hote manager: Everett J 
Boothby. Washington Gas Light 
Co. Albert C. Borghi, Caruth 
ers. Buscher and Borghi; .Ra> 
bhi Isadore. Breslau, 4511 Argyle 
terrace. nw.: James B. Brown, 
American Agricultural Chem! 
ieal Co.. and W. Randolplr Bur 
gess, U. S. Under Secretary of 
the Treasu 

Also. B. Bernei Burgunder, 
Jr_ S. Kann Sons Co.; Edward 
Burling. Covington and Bur'l- 
ing: George B. Burrus, Peoples 
Drug Stores. Inc.: Lee D. But- 
ler Lee D. Butler. Inc.: Morris 
Cafritz, president of the Cafritz 
Co.. Edward R. Carr, Edward 
R. Carr. Ine Mrs. G. How 


1901 24th st., nw.; 
Cohen. president 


land Chase 
Nehemiah M 


of Giant Food Shopping Cen- 
ter Inc.: Barnum L. Colton, 
president of the National Bank 
of Washington. and James C 
Cook. deputy administrative as- 
sistant to Secretary of the 
Army. 

Also, H. C. Cotterman, dean 


of faculty of the University of 


Maryland: Harry M. Davidow. 
the Hecht Co.- Clark G. Dia 
mond, Clresinut Farms-Cnhevy 
Chase Dairy: T. Howard Duck- 
ett. Subu: | Trust Ce. &.! 
Waller Dudley an attorney; 
John B. Duncan, D. C. Record- 
er of Deeds; R. Roy Dunn, 
president of Poton Electric 
Power Co nd Richard P. 
Du reside of Julius GWar- 
finck 

Als s | 416 Ceorgia 
ave s David E. Fin 
le’ m18 oO nv (,eorge 
Flem Z e Life In- 
suramn Robert V. Fleming, 
chairman the board, Riggs 
Nationa! Bank: J. Clifford Fol- 
gor. president of Folger, Nol- 
an, Fh ..W. B. Hibbs Co 
M21 B. Folsom. Secretary of 
H h. Education and Wel-| 
fare: Col. Stuart H Frank, 
America ‘ederation of Gove 
ernme Fmploves: Mrs. W. M. 
B. Freeman. Vienna. Va.: Mrs 
George F. Galland, 1403 Bishop 
Lane Alexandria, and R. E 
Gibson, 4815 Cumberlan adve.. 
Som . Ma 

Also, Ray M. Gidney, Comp- 
tro Oo Currency, Depart- 
ment of » Treasu James 
E. Gildea, 5619 33rd st.. North 
Arlington: Charles C. Glover. 


3d an attorne’ 
Westmoreland 
Aaron Goldn 


5235 Duvall dr.. 
Hillis, M 4d =.; 
4720 Linnean 


ave nw.: Ralph L. Goldsmith. 
president of Lans»burgh’'s;: Leo 
Goodwin, 4000 Massachusetts 
ave. nw Philip | Graham, 
publisher of The Washington 
Post and Times Herald. and 


William M 
gia ave. mw 


Griffin, 7424 Geor- 


Also, Maj. Gen. R. W. Grow. 
27 Valley Lane, Falls Church, 
Va: Mrs. Frank Gunderson. 
6421 River rd., Bethesda: Alvin 
W. Hall, 1319 Kalmia, rd. nw., 
George E. Hamilton jr. 3311 
18th st. se.; the Most Rev. 
Philip M. Hannan, Auxiliary 


Bishop-clect of Washington; 


Mrs. George Hartman, 5234 Du-' 


Westmoreland Hills, 
tiarold Hawthorne, 

nw; George E. C. 
of the D.C. 


vall Dr., 
Md: Mrs 
2217 14th st 
Hayes, chairman 
Public Utilities Commission: 
John S. Hayes, president of 
the Washington Post Broadcast 
Division, and Cariton Hayward, 
personnel director, U. S. De- 
partment of Commerce 
Also, Maj. Gen. Lewis’ B. 
Hershey, Director of the Se- 
lective Service System; Harvey 
VY. Higley, Veterans Adminis- 
tration Administrator: Mrs. 
Francis E. Hildebrand. 4501 Ca- 
thedral ave. nw. Henry J. 
Holtzclaw, director of the Bu- 
reau of Engra\ Ray C. Hop- 
kins, 3507 Old Dominion bivd.. 
Alexandria: Dr. Oscar B. Hunt- 
er Jr., 915 19th st.. nw.: Frank 


ne 
: ~ 


R. Jelleff, president of Frank 
R. Jelleff, Inc.: Coleman Jen- 
nings, 1910 24th st. nw. and 
Mordecai W. Johnson, presi- 


dent of Howard University 
Aliso, Howard W. Kacy, presi- 
dent of Acacia Mutual Life In- 


surance Co.; Samuel H. Kauff. 
mann, president of the Eve- 
ning Star Newspaper Co.: 


Frank V. Kent, 1309 Tracy pl.., 
Falis Church: Cecil D. Kauf- 
mann. 2812 Chesterfield pl. nw.: 
Mrs. Milton W. King. 4000 Ca- 
thedral ave. nw Harold W 
Krough, 1722 Hoban rd. nw.: 
Sidney Lansburgh Jr presi- 
dent of Raleigh Haberdasher. 
Inc., and Arthur Larson, Under 
Secretary of the Department of 
Labor. 

Also. Mrs. Frederick B. Lee. 
McLean, Va.; James H. Lemon. 
3630 Fordham rd. nw.: Mrs. Irv- 
ing Levine, 2106 Woodberry 
ave., Rigas Terrace, Hyattsville; 
prank J. Luechs, 3543 Chesa- 
ewace st. nw.: J. Willard Mar- 
4~t. president of Hot Shoppes; 
« aartes H. Mason, 1028 Con- 
necticut ave. nw.: W. W. Me- 


| 


to UGE 


president of Washington Daily 
News 

Also, William A. Miller, Gen- 
eral Services Administration; 
Mrs. J. C. Monaghan, 6346 32nd 
st. nw.; Thomas J. Moran, AFL- 
CIO: E. K. Morris, president 
of Federal Storage Co.; Mrs. 
Boru Newman, McLean, Va.; 
Roy M. North, ©.C. Postmas- 
ter; Richard A. Norris, presi- 
dent of the Lincoln National 
Bank: Francis A. O'Connell, 
president of the D.C. Industri- 


al Union Council, and Mandell 
Ourisman, Ourisman Chevro- 
let, Ine. 

Also, Thornton W. Owen, 
4640 Hawthorne Lane nw.; Wil- 
liam W. Parsons, 3358 Stuyve- 
sant pl. nw.; Dr. Colbert Pear- 
son, Berean Baptist Church; 


John R. Pinkett, John H. Pink 
ett. Inc.: Ralph W. Powers, an 
‘attorney, 5309 Baltimore 4ave., 


Hyattsville; Albert Pratt, As- 
sistant Secretary of the Navy; 
William H. Press, 1646 32nd st 
nw.; Joseph W. Rabbitt jr., 332 
15th st.. ne.: John A. Reilly, 
president, Second National 
Bank; Harrison G. Reynolds, 
1528 3ist st. nw.: Mrs. Edward 
C. Richards, 2211 King st., Alex- 
andria and William P. Rogers, 
Deputy Attorney Genera! 


Also, David Scull, 8504 Dixon 
ave., Silver Spring; the Rev. Al 
bert P. Shirkey, pastor of Mit 
Vernon Place Methodist 
Church: Carleton D. Smith, 
vice president of National 
Broadcasting Co.; McLain B 


Smith. Glen Mill rd.,. Rockville: 
Samuel Spencer, 4814 Dexter 


nw.: Robert B. Swope, 3748 
Huntington st. nw.; Philip M 
Talbott, 4676 35th st.. North 


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Happy Beginning 
By Wally McNamee. Staff! Photographer 
Methodist Churoh. The maid of henner, 
Camilla Harnsberger (wearing sun glasses) 
and the best man, Lawrence B. Sheley (on 
crutches), managed to attend the ceremony. 


A Shower of Rice Makes eg 


The maid of honor suffered an allergy and | 
was confined to bed. The best man tripped 
over a door sill and broke his ankle. But 
Russell W. Volckmann and Mary Jane 
Green were married yesterday at Arlington 


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Legion Post Plans 
Work in Alexandria 
American Legion Post No. 


Arlington and C. H. Tompkins, Gallaudet Gratified 


Tompkins Construction Co e c 
Also, 1. S. Turover, president At Summer Courses 


of I. S. Turover; Rear Adm Five students enrolled this 

David M. Tyree. Commandant, S@™mer in Gallaudet College's 24 has set up a committee to 
: , . first summer courses in 20 plan weekond work parties to 

Potomac River Naval Com voars clean up sev-ral Alexandria 


The two courses, offered by cemeteries. 

Graduate Department of} F. Clinton Knight heads the 
Holmes Vogel, 4000 Cathedral Education, were in teaching committee. The clean-up cam- 
ave nw.; Channing Walker, speech and language to the paign follows a precedent es 
5070 Millwood Lane nw.; Glenn deaf. The students were all'tablished by the Post 30 years 
E. Watts, 5005 13th pl. ne., and teachers in various schools for\ago when members renovated 
Martin T. Wiegand, 3056 Elli- the deaf. College officials con-the Old Presbyterian Meeting 
cott st. nw sidered the classes successful.|House churchyard 


mand: Samuel Vernoff, 19 East 
Ridge rd., Greenbelt, Md.; H. the 


During the first six months 
of 1956, 2299 Federal prisoners 
were granted parole and 449 
parole violator warrants were 
issued, Seovel Richardson 
chairman of the Federal Board 
of Parole. reported yesterday 

The ratio of violators con 
tinues the success rate of Fed 
eral parolees, which has re 
mained at about 80 per cent 
for the past seven years. Rich 
ardson said in a semi-annual! re 
port to Attorney Generali Her 
bert Brownell, Jr 


| George J. Reed. chairman of 


the Youth Corrections Division 


Frost Bite in Summer 


OGDEN, Utah. Aug 11 
Bud Sniichier left a hospital 
iyesterday after treatment for 
ifrost bite— in August weather 
Snitchler was frostbitten on his 
side. back and leg while trans 


ferring propane gas from a 
large to a small tank. A cou 
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‘him with the gas 
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of the Board of Parole. re 
ported an increase in the wee 
the Federal Youth Corrections 
Act by the courts in the past 
six month: 

“The 
mitted 


number being 
the Youth Cor 
recti Act continues to rise 
the number of those paroled 
increased tremendously durinaz 


uncer 


n<¢ 


ine past six months. while the 
number violating the condi 
ons of parole remains unusu 
sliv low teed said 

Reed reported that 199 com 
nitied youth offenders were 
received in Federal] institutions 
m the “irst six months of 1956 


were liv released on 
paroie and 22 returned because 
of parole violations. This com 
pares with 67 released and 13 
returned as violators during 
the preceding six months 

As of June 30. there were 
224 youth offenders under ac 
live parole supervision 


com 


: 


| 


THE WASHINGTON POST 


‘80 Pet. of U.S. Parolees | 


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SPARKLING VICTORY—Blue Sparkler, right, 
with Sammy Boulmetis up, races across the 
finish Ime the winner in the $100,000 Invitational 


Mantle Hits 


center, 


This Mornin 
With Shirley Pevich 


Jo Whom It May Concern: 

Officials of the Alcoholic Beverage Control. Board in- 
sist it was no reflection on the caliber of baseball the 
Nats have been playing when they issued a Class D 
beer-selling ficense to the Washington club When 
the lat 


ball and beer don't mix.” 


e Clark Griffith was proclaiming for years that “base- 


he was unaware that beer had been 


on sale for years at his Chattanooga farm team park... After 


playing six of the seven games they allotted to Jersey City 
and averaging crowds of 20,000, the 
Dodgers could now be thinking of 
playing seven games in Brooklyn next 
season and 70 in Jersey City 
Technically Archie Moore will be in- 
eligible to fight in New York and 
many other states after Dec. 13. They 
won't license boxers who have reached 
their 40th birthday, but exceptions 
have been made Ted Williams 
still swings weight with the Red Sox 
front office which fined him $5000 
He told Joe Cronin to clear the fans 
out of the first 18 rows of seats in left 
field where they had been annoying 
him. and that was done last Thursday 

The Hollywood version of Williams’ feud with 
Park press box would be “Nobody Up There Likes Me” 
The owners of Needles and King Hairan, who neglected to 
nominate their colts originally for the Garden State Handicap, 
world’s richest race that is worth $150,000 to the winner, are 
getting a shot at the big money by posting $10,000 supple- 
fees. 


Povich 


Fenway 


mentary entry 
PAUL PORTER, whose legal 
league baseball against charges of being a monopoly before 


firm helped defend major 


now is on the other side of the fence in 


tne Supreme (ourt 
I iif of Morris Fox, who wants a pro basketball franchise 
for Washington . He charges the practices of the National 
Basketball Association are monepolistic . When the Reds 
play the Giants at the Polo Grounds, Toots Shor regards it 
as en date and stays away. He refuses to root against 
‘ the Giants, owned by his friend Horace Stoneham, or 
the Reds, managed by his friend Birdie Tibbetts . In the 
Fiecky Graziano story, “Somebody Up There Likes Me,” due 
at Loew's Columbia on Thursday, Rocky is played by Paul 
Newman, who won the role by boxing so believably in Hem- 
ingwa r'V¥ dramatization, “The Battlers’ . Most baseball 
mon are agreed that Babe Ruth's record will be broken, 
rhaps s year by Mickey Mantle, but they are sure the 
record t won't be broken is Joe Di Maggio’s feat of hitting 
‘ safely 56 consecutive games The biggest mutuel in the 
hist tliateah was the $566-for-S2 paid by Baal on Feb. 4. 
19°2, and here's the paradox: Baal didn’t win: he paid the 
mutuel at the place windows All-American Hopalong 
Cassady 1 } the payroll of the Wilson Sporting Goods 


Co., fielcesting new ideas in football equipment. 


NALYST Morris Katz, who prepares the charts 


BUSINESS A 
and : hs for the financial pages, points out that Brooklyn 
mioy Pave no great advantage over Milwaukee in the re- 
maiindcr ofthe schedule despite the figures that show Mil- 
waukce with 29 games left against first<ivision clubs and 
Brookivn onty 13 Katz's figures show that Milwaukee has 
played better ball against the first-division teams than Brook- 
lyn and that if the current ratio is maintained, Brooklyn will 
pick up only one game on the Braves and lose the pennant by 
one came Russia's Olympic basketball team will feature 
an overhead attack on the basket. Vasily Akhatayev stands 


7 feet 6% inches in his stocking feet and weighs 404 pounds. 
He can fumble the ball into the basket ... One of the reasons 
Mickey Mantle is 11 games ahead of Babe Ruth's record 
home-run pace of 1927 is Ruth's August production of only 


See POVICH, Page C6, Col. 3 


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ALGI 


FINANCIAL 
TRAVEL 
OL TDOORS 


Nashua Stricken, Misses $100,000 Race; 


Nats Defeat Bosox on Lemon’s Homers 


Ramos Posts 
6-1 Victory; 
Williams 
Hits L5oth 


ih Bob 


Ramos hung ti 


Addie 


Pedi 0 


ban equivalent of the Indian Racing Edit 
Tr) iy.) . SEtise | . | : : ’ - . “era © 
sion on the »OSLON an 1 Sox ATT ANTI CITY. Aug 1} ATLANTIC CITY. Aug 11 
again last nig a =e — Na > Woodland Farm s Blue Spark- Nashua, stricken by illness and 
whippe Pree ir faVUrne play ley the only filly in the field, with his life feared for. was 
mates, Oi, Delore an apprecia- took advantage of Nashua’s scratched from the ag sesame 
uve — i Stadium iudien Cc ab ence ti rd ay and paid sig 40) $100.000 tis anti cc vy Handicap 
of 10,950 ‘ as winner of the invitational this afternoon 
the si-yeal we Ramos, with $190,000 Atlantic City Handi A sudden attack of gastric 
pienty ol help from Jim ; cmon ca colic, equivalent of acute in- 
awn “ft Mt} nev . >i " " 
wg aor ; es a mee 1M The Nashualess race proved digestion in a human, forced 
yo ry x es Rep wae ps a thriller regardless. Blue Nashua to collapse in his stall 
trap 2 — an a Sp arkler stuck to her front- just after the program began. 
toniar 7. ; , . 
a . ' ——— nning guns to win by a half- Veterinarians Confer 
It was Pet 10 vin vt) of | rycrt) : fy 5? sf : , 
the vear and Lemon and Court le eee , — — After a conference of veter- 
ney earned a major share of\cns showed ard) Farms inarians along with Leslie 
“8 to Kipper Bill a photo nose IN Comb< jin whose colors the 
Lie giory. ‘ — " 5 Alfr " . \ nde , 
a ‘va o> ot fred G anager- famous thoroughbred was to 
o. 19 for Lemon bilt's Find have run, and other members 
Lemon smacked two me} Four lengths back in the field of the syndicate, the famous 
bringing his season's total tq Teduced to eight was Calumet 4-year-old was withdrawn 
19. while Courtney delivered a Farm's Bardstown from the action 
: " ify ? oT 
\ ital two run trin ‘ ee ; fa fit . Front running Victory (,room \ ry d Robe rtson, 
which put the game out of é who has been in charge of 
reach Blue Sparkler’s victory was Nashua since he came to the 
Asc m t have og expect. 4 front-running, every-pole-a- races to become the world’s 
Seee ; ¢ ’ 
ed. Ramos or the Nats missed W!"ning-one race under a well- biggest money winner, re- 
a shutout again and this was judged and energetic ride by ported he observed the colt in 
due to the old pro, Ted Wil- 54™m Boulmetis his stall at 2:20 p. m. and the 
liams. The lanky slugger The 4year-old carried the thoro ghbred appeared to be 
rapped out his 15th homer of ©O!ors of Amory lL. Haskell, |! usual fit-and-ready self 
the vear in the sixth inning. his President of the Monmouth However an hour iater, 
second circuit swat it two Park track, who put up $100,- when he looked in on the colt, 
nights 000-added which Nashua won he was rolling and apparently 
The Nats now have gone 108 in the Monmouth Handicap ain severe pain. Robertson im- 
games without a shutout and, ™onth ago mediately put in a call for 
as has been the case many, With 113 pounds, second help 
times this year, they've been lightest in the field, Blue Public Address Call 
. . ar. urns » 
close bul that is a! ee r turned in ner fourth Just before 3 p. m., track an- 
Six Hits Do I of icial victory of the year nouncer Tommy Daly made the 
Six Hits Do It She reached the wire first in ..,uest “track veterinarian re 
Dave Sisler bore the brunt "€F Most recent race Jamal port to Nashua’s stall.” This 
of the Nats’ fury last night, ©@S Champlain Stakes, but was... followed by a dramatic, 
such as it was. Washington @squalified . _|“Leslie Combs and track vet- 
only got six hits but they were Ovie soares Ragen, do erinarian report to Nashuas 
m . . the right nlacrec eleor .' mount nrougn a v-day sus war 
Atlantic City Handicap yesterday. Skipper Bill, | after a sudden attack of gastric colic shortly ie 16 places. 5! sler | pave pension as a result of that ef _ lat th 
, : up all Si in four official in ——— 7 . = : ae eC minutes ater 
was second, and Find, left, was third. | before race time. Joe Regaluto is up on Skipper 1 ibe , . ort pre none Tew on eg . ene 
= ‘ . . . 7 " Lil : itl alll a : ae <9 Ss ii ‘ } asiit 
Blue Sparkler paid $19.40. Nashua was scratched Bill. Eric Guerin rides Find. He was chased with none out Wi Liangollen Far! s Mis- had a fever of 103 (about 100 
= — in the Afth aT d (,eorge Susce “ {,us inst alled The favorite. is the summer equine normal) 
_ — my Hurd pitched hit Blue Sparkier paid $19.40,.$9 and would be scratched from 
he rest of the way 40d 39.40 Skipp®@r Bill returned the big race 
but it was too lat $6.60 to place and $5.40 to show jn addition to track veteri- 
an = ose” Ramos yielded seven hits. in. W2Ue Find saved $4.40 for his narian Dr. William Miller, Dr. 
cluding Williams’ homer and a Show backers George Palmer, Jr., and Dr. R. 
pair of doubles to Micke, Mister Gus finished fourth. |p. Coneley, the last named said 
. ‘ Ponce de Leon) Vernon, the _ fhe time indicates thatito represent the insuring com- 
. : lageless first baseman Nashua would have had’ little|\pany, were in attendance of 
Francona oa Sa That Man Again rouble in adding the Atlantic the colt along with Combs, and 
< Braves Drop “aS City Handicap to Nis gathering Christopher Devine and John 
] 9 : Pedro tired slightly in the s 
: : ee RACE, Page C-3, Ree NABHU Col. 
Leads Orioles | Newcombe’s | 7: nihth whee tb pile pl spa ce C4, Gouin A, Page CBy@ot. 4} 
4 . \ Cinev Into: of singles with two out but he Bites 
| 10 ~ R s * managed to survive 
Lemon's leadoff homer in the 
: Scoreless ; 1's Teadoff homer in t 
a >. Om p ve wr? 6-3 second inning put the Nats in Double-Di sal ri | 
Ed. ; E 7 y the scoring column. Then Herb v ‘ @e@n 
NEW YORK, Aug. ll @ Streak Ends Sc Plews singled, and Tony Roig) 
Mickey Mantle’s 40th homer MILWAUKEE, Aug. 11 (® walked. Ramos sacrificed and 
with two men on base wasnt Eddie Mathews and Joe Adcock Eddie Yost walked to fill the ™ ” ~™ 
enough to save the New York BROOKLYN. Aug. 11 ™—Big each walloped a sky-scraping bases, Whitey Herzog forced 
Yankees today as Baltimore Don Newcombe’s scoreless hows fun and drove in three Yost as Plews scored to make 
bombed the league-leaders, 10- streak finally was snapped after it 20 
5, with an 11-hit attack . (39% innings today when Stan ™™5 apiece tonight as the front- It was Lemon again in the 
Four Yankee errors contrib Lopata crashed a two-runrunning Milwaukee’ Braves third when he belted his sPcond 
wg cen “<q . see nes homer in the seventh but stunned Chmcinnati. §-3. and straight a into the leftfield 
ape serty, wae bes OStOn Brooklyn whipped Philadel- seats to make if 3-0 
Fgh Py ‘ , . , dre 1 the Redlegs down a 
Monday in his major league phia, 5-2, for Newcombe’s ninth ree * In the fifth Herzog opened AT ALL 3 STORES 
debut. Tito Francona weighed raight victory and 18th of the Pes third place in the Na- with a single and Pete Runnels 
in with his ninth a the season. tional League standings bunted to Sisler who made a 
third and also collected two eH o ARK ‘ 
singles Until Marv Blaylock dropped See ee ee See NATS, Page C-3, Col. 3 
ins h S row » x our.n 
When Mantle slugged Hector 2 5!"gle into short center with Stadium crowed of 40." Downtown @ Northeast ©@ Clarendon 
Brown's 3-1 pitch | into the one out in the seventh. the largest in the park's history . 
aad ) -S ht- ratche eters *ft-hande A | 1; 
upper right field stands with J¥™>° sized Dodger reget bend ee captor mayiegr soy Arlington Man 
Billy Hunter and Norm Siebern Be ~ “Bi take ° oe “ge oe ns ; a a we 1 , hy Di : 
on base in the seventh. it was j er ayiock s Ssingie, LO- inning storm to nali down is ics in rash oP 
ay ‘ pata hit his 24th home run into 12th victory of the season and 
his first home run off Baltimore - | + 
pitching this season the left field stands, ending 195th of his career Vianassas Rac . 
to + Newcombe’s dreams of tying The Braves’ triumph, thei: S owe ait 
Mantle’s homer put him 11 tke Matione’ Leaaue record te 
games ahead of Babe Ruth's tehht ie ote poor y seventh in Il mecune Wie MANASSAS Va Aue 11 
record pace of 1927 when he - “ = se cote sale act Cincinnati, made the National Ivan. Breighner, Arlington 
hit 60 The Yankee center- hits News ms Bait Me 1e ony League standings LOOK like \ a was instantl, kille d here 
fielder hit his 40th in game : poet ve SP this tonight when his sports car FAMOUS MAKE SUMMER UITS 
. = « ; > T ous “ ~ : 
No. 109, Ruth in No. 120. The Sock Ghent haat tee Nat aod Milwaukee 64 42 .604 went over the fence in the 5 
’ L, O1as e ationa : . on 1. 
three runs batted j ’ 589 ty 2-iap feature eve! at le 00— 
ree ur ba ted in boosted to record with 46% scoreles« in Brooklyn 63 ‘4 98 I's lap eature eve t at Old Were $32.50 to $85. NOW 
101 his season total nings in 1933. Sal Maglie of Cincinnati 63 45 583 2 Dominion Speedway; 
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SAL TIMORE hee TORS. ae. New York, now a Brooklyn The 35-year-old Spahn, whos Breighner, 24, was crowd $ -90 $ 9 
Pras ts 359) eee | «6f3 he teammate, had «a 45-inning record over Cincinnati now is ed to the top of the track TO 
. cor 77 re ° ’ ")* 
Kell > 4204 Mantle ~ 330 string in 1950 The major 37-13, held the heavy-hitting on the fourth turn of the 
Nicer ek teeard ¢ «shag league record is 56, set by Redlegs pretty much in check, fourth lap, hit the fence and 
pr se ; 338 _ n ib Pee Washington's Walter Johnson until the last inning when they turned over. The top of his 
att 2b 4°09 auer rf 610 , " 
Ne rf 29196 Carey Jb 2002 1n 1913 , scored two runs. One rode home car was crushed and he died 
a of $44. yt os 5013 PHILADELPHIA BROOKLYN on Wally Post's 20th home run. instantly of a fractured skull! FURNISHINGS AND SPORTSWEAR 
Miranda ss 3901 Hunter ss 21290 acnburn ef wt tt Ottm wm “S38 Mathews clobbered a pitch by He was an employe of the ; 
mown PTS" RGorure w 1011) pareck Ib 4188 Bosse oe  4ee4 starter and loser Hal Jeffcoat) Rosslyn Auto Body. Co. He $3.95 Ya-Sleeve Shirts 3.15 $3.95-$5 Sport Shirts 3.15 
McDertt p i181 Bape 2038 Purillo rf. 4 140 edge. ved the Ae center- was married and the father $5.95 Dress Shirts 3.99 $5.95 Sport Shirts . 4.46 
~ ‘ LoOdDl1 Z | | : ’ : , ° 
Totals §=M117T8 Totals 957 3714| jones 30 3.6:1 2 Camel) tt ~ ‘eachers with one on in| of two children $1.50-3.50 Ties Vy OFF $8.95 Sport Shirts . 6.25 
aGrounded to double play for Nelson’ Hamner ss 2661 Jackson 36 3214 the third. It was his 25th of the Flmo Langley won the } “ 
in Sth Kezanski 7b 3024 Hodges Ib 4081 : Ad “k } h 2fth of y ¥ . 5 Stretch Hose 59c $10.95-12.95 Slacks 6.95 
b~—Flied out for R. Coleman in 7th RMiller p 20006 Howell c 3139 S€ason. Adcock Hit Ais 2 * sportsman event, after a re- $1.25 Undershirts 94 $16.50 Slack 12 
Baltimore a01 631 os0—16 Flowers DP 0000 Newe'mbe p 3010 the year and fourth in the last) tart Civde Crenshaw was © acks .99 
Ne or OP O88 Gl~ 5 “Toisis M228 Totals 292719 SIX games with nobody aboard) «e-ond Clay Easteridge 
R-—Williames 2. Francona 3. Kell 2. Py- @-Grounded out for Fiewers tn 9b in the fifth off Joe Black ‘ . , 
burn Miranda. Brown. Siebern, Mantle, Philadelphia 2 o08 000 200—2 ' ! third 
Carroll, Hunter, McDermott. E—Pyburn, goo- ae six; ne Braves reached Jeffcoat 
Skowron, Bauer. Martin. Carroll RBI == for tw “ the first 
tell 2 Trieades *aantle 3 iteDer ams 1 ‘Biaviock, Lopate, OgHam. Saider 2, 40°F ‘4 pee a} e ak in- 
Gardner 2. Hunter, Mantle cDermott. Robinson, Jac ~ Blaylock I~ ning and chase lim with an- . 
: nter, Martin. 338 HR Jackson 3, Lopata 2. Snider. 25 Gilli 
Francona. Mantle McDermett. S—Wil- HR—Jackson. Lopata. Snider DP ‘Jack, other two-run outburst in the The Nats j ( 
liarms. Brown. SP —Tri s. DP—J. Cole- son, Robinson and Hodes Ashburn and fourth 
mar wart n and Ade saswee, ar . . ~ ay es. 3 3 eae Btartecs M th ‘hI hich } ded B ’ dans 
o « Skowron. Left—Baltimore 6. New Le adelphia rooklyn 5 Natnews piast, whic anae ow ~ ° 
York & BB-—Brown 5 2. Cole: .N 5 tes , 
HO-Terry 7? in 41-3. Coleman 2 in 223. ews 2 HO_R Miner ° ta 7 (laced between the bleachers and the OX ‘ii ore * Free storage ‘til Oct. 1 © Purchases billed in Oct 
McDermott 2 in ER—Brown 55. 2 batters in ); Plewers 61 
Terry 74. Coleman 1-1. McDermott 24 Miller 5-1 raver 00. Neweembe 2- scoreboard, catapulted the sinaven on ‘a’ nina 6 és 
Balk. Brown. ' rown (82). L~Terry W~—Newcombe (18-5). L—R. Miller (1-5). Braves into a 4-1 lead in the Geedman. *% ‘e464 . 3 '; ; 
ecneemintt third. It came after Aaron had Blass. ;? or? 24 $ $ 
Willi if Sen & W 
doubled off the fence in right Throneberry. f.. 9 6 6 0 8 6 8 35 to *110 NE FALL 
center ) ee nan + A) ea, Ce a EN’S 
ensen r a eS ee eS 2S. SS SS 
n » 2 
Thomson, Burkemo iatindie TCT Game TTT): See oe m SUITS 
% u a Wy 2. 2 ie a 
Te le2b 3 4 0'C isier, © a. €& 2 Bea € 
amine $518 Losanay 35 3 $iSunce 8 Pe 8sess $49°75 To $79g9-75 
Beas S888 Cette an 34 tieerd = oS indies 
.ro ie in or 50 [Bei leve ; 16% Peete eee Totals ma t fT baht Luxurious imported & domestic tweeds, 
abt ee $2 o 2 Thoms nif 40 i@ aGreanded out fer Succe in Tth worsteds, flannels, gabardines, twists 
ds TL Jefftconts 1199 crandelie 4088 saan 
CHICAGO, Aug. 11 *—The players to stroke 6 under par Acte'?, ©9000 6pahn> 2102 YASHINGTON ABR HED O 4 » 
akcwerds 1609606 ~ 5 
pressure third-round of the \06's in today’s play on Tam Biack 0090 a ee Boe So 
5 tees jrammas 0 : - . a 
$101,200 “world” golf tourney'O’Shanter’s par 36, 36—72 lay-\Powerp 6001 Courtney, oe $59.75 to *175 NEW FALL 
took its toll at Tam O'Shanter out which offered soft - greens cPs!7: 1@oo0 Lemen, rf 4222 3°68 
é a . Piews, ‘b 6étte?@g2é6 
today as United States Open and good scores for early start-| geseig 33 192412 otela 20112711/Rale as 2. Ace one MEN’S OUTERCOATS 
Champion Cary Middlecoffers and then got tougher as Rames, » 2e@e@@i1i «@ 
faded with b ' ; , eee a te 2 es Eo. a ae oe oe ee ee 
aded with a borrowed driver brisk winds and the sun dried “ panned for Black in 7th Totals M66 67 6 
and three players shot into a out the course. eGrounded out for Powier in Sth BOSTON 00 0601 0061 $‘4g-75 TO $419-7 
S4-hole tie at 207, mine-under- Kroll and Thompson each qj jae Seta WASHINGTON O21 030 %0.—4 
par came up with 71's to share the Milwaukee 202 010 101—4 ; 
—— : we . fand-woven | r ‘eeds 
The trio deadlocked for the lead at 207 with-Burkemo. R—Post, Bailey, Jablonski, O'Con- BASE MiTS-Coeriner, WOME RUNS. dimnaat ss ted & Comeatic twoods, 
A 
top spot in the chase for golf's| The latter two played in the pt! Losen perce 2, Metnews ieee ES CRIFICE TET dine ot hes ee. STA... eee, 
greatest first prize, $50,000, in- Closing threesome with Middle- Adcock 3 Mathews 3 er eblensk) 3. | Ft 5 — Geeta © netdta and Vernon 
cluded Peter Thomson of Mel- ag Ba 36-hole co-leader with cock’ ¢-losan. SP McMillan DP ON BALLS—Sisler 3 Sot’ eee 
’ McMillan emple and Kiuszewsk!: STRUCK OUT—Sister i. & , 
bourne, Australia, winner of 0 iminger, who wrecked his Jabionsx! Bailey and juszews«! PF: Sister 6 in Hsp) ous 
the last three British opens; 7-year-old driver on the prac- OConnell, lesen and Adcock 2: Bits and ¢ twe runs in Sth. Susce 6 
Walter Burkemo, Franklin, tice tee today and had to start *2iNtin.; ST iileastes 3 BB tert BUN <-Micler 6-5. auece asp WEARS ED 
Mich. the 1953 National PGA with an extra driver provided coat 1, ~~ lhe Po . , poone ? Rames I ) vad Reames (16-7) 
8O-—Jeffe ° : ° ER— / 
champion, and Ted Kroll, Fort\by Wininger. Middlecoff wob- Spakr 4 RO—Jefiocst. 3 Tptiched LARENDON DOWNTOW 
Lauderdale, Fla, 1956 PGA/bled home with a 175, even [2 F* po ir's 4c") Spa Soark | c awe NORTHEAST 
runnerup. though he holed an 18footer $4. Acker 0-6 0-6. ih 1- LF Powler it. Results 1111 NM. Highland 1319 F St. WW. 3942 Minnesota 
coat (3-2) eho) Landes. Del- EXHIBITION BA Monday, 10-9 Monday, 9-6 10-6 | 
Burkemo was one of five. See GOLF, Page C-2,Col1 (32, a3) Bach A~43 003. timers tole th. Pek ites 08 7 , Mendey, : 
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Combs’ Horse Collapses 
From Gastric Colic; 
Blue Sparkler Wins 


4-Year-Old Has 
Temperature of 


103. Rolls in Pain 


Haight 


Filly Pays $19.40; ° 
Skipper Bill 


Finishes 


Second 


By Walter 


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een eS Tigers Hit3 Homers, Snap Chisox Streak, 5-1 
Pitches and Putts ae ———e 
By Maary Fitzgerald Pickoff Jim Wilson | Majors 


THE THIRD Nationa fessional Golfers Association 


district has been chosen bi + PGA to draw up a resolutio * | ( “| | ; ¥ 1 io} tl] AMERICAN ag ‘ 
which is expects te fil ' pr nt met : ¢ ps wal ~ ? _ al 7 2 7 } sac Weak . ‘ons 7. 0. 


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; Cleveland 5 (UST 
<B (" | i Ty . ° R Boston 2 57 
" ’ Chicago 9 533 
eal 4u IS ee, < , Line if} OW Detroit 5 AGE 
. ; Baltimore 444 
CHICAGO, Aug. 11 #—Pint ' DETROIT, Aug. 11 \®—Right-/ WASH’TON A407 
’ ank Lary snapped the| Kansas City 37 343 


sized pitcher Jactioe Collum ‘% vitg hander F: . 


picked a pinch batter off first hicago White Sox’ five-zame YESTERDAY'S RESUL’ 
base for the last out of the " ictory streak today with home| Washington, 6; Boston, 
St Louie Cardinals’ 2-1 con f run help from Ray Boone, Earl) Baltimore, 10; New York, 5 
the Chicage Cubs to = ‘2 é rorgeson and Charlie Maxwell) Detroit, 5: Chicago, 1. 
. in a 5-1 Detroit Tiger triumph. Cleveland, 8; Kansas City, 5. 
had just replaced ) : pane Boone hit a two-run homer TODAY'S GAMES 


WW illard — 2midt after a ~ and rorgeson and Maxwell Reston st Washington [ts mm) 
ane . ain —_ ea . ; ‘ Nixen (6-4) va. Stene (5-3 

ay eight n added solo blasts to account for “‘Raitimere at New York (4)~ Ferrarese 

= 2 


: 
a ‘ a) 9 (&~« 
naif of the all but one of the Detroit runs Eht (6-9) vs. Turley « 


Fitzgerald ' facie The Tigers had dropped six . Kansas City—Seore 
fine voungd 1 io, ' oe ou ; — renk Kellert batted : : , é s gy Ps _ Chicage at Detroit Pleree 
eed efane | » ae santre ) ow cours +r Hobie Landrith as the , it to the White Sox in Meet (13-9 
LaPlat te gum Glee eeatest fa ted to begin bs had one run home with = Stadium. It was Lary's 
sé a nea -_ —_ J 7 P y 
th ; - ' _ . and oniy ‘ted Our ’ : Y against 12 defeats NATIONAL LEAGU E 
is fi Joe 1 ert grounded inte | : . w Pet. 
lett a ry gual ’ : ( hicago righthander Jim Wil- ... ; . 
l priya PSY O1 “jug } a B? eal i« lost | play for the second out , g” +" & e . q : se i Milwaukee 64 604 
terback, i Bas there by Charlie Greenberg Before Collum made a single | 5 — an oe oe ee 63 44 589 
naw pe shetn > ro a \ ington pitch to Shortstop Jerry Kin- b " cutive time after a sensational Cincinnati 63 5 583 
(>) ‘ia Pil : : " : ’ : ~ . : - ; q ’ . ~4 ~ 
- Pg mete y ' none , , xt Ch cago batter, early season showing. Wilson St. Leauis 55 509 
‘ ‘ oo . . aie ’ , " ’ ne | ll _ ' . ; . 8.) : 2 
owes . foke | nd e N al | O Roc - pepe for has failed to win or complete Philadelphia 52 A91 
wr Hevine reanda fi Kellert—and the Pittsburgh 46 A 
front e $e en | & omen oune ' a game since turning back the Chicago 42 410 
Norbe = | ) ” Re | Ps a June WO bonus 4 Tigers July 3. He lasted only New York 39 379 
nee from the University of ww four innings today, giving up * Bike 
‘ ; wm - nnesota, made his first ma- é a four of the Detroit runs. His) YESTERDAY’S RESULTS 
a al On; ag : hortst - wa record now is 11-12 : Pi 9 
GOoLr—F ron Page 1 ; Pony » huey r league start at shortstop Ts Dineen eeaeed one wae New York, 4; Pittsburg, 2. 
He got into the game when | | oo Brooklyn, 5; Philadelphia 2. 
P < ’ a ’ : : . 
anairing damage Ernie Banks was forced into a in the frst inning on singles) st. Louis, 3; Chicago 2. 
] r 1p Ti 10 ; ; Se mae heeeiiel Git am teteniinn O20 : by Harvey Kuenn and Maxwell Milwaukee, 6; Cincinnati. 3. 
| } ( oral oi ae and a base on balis. Torgeson 


= =~ rr} be _ hit his llth home run to lead TODAY'S GAMES 
= : ' ' , bh Hon = 7 iss was Banks’ first off the third and Boone crashed Cincinnati at Milwaqkee—Lawrence 
n Ww orie kins, pro-course superiniend- afte | L 


piaying 424 consecutive , 16-4) ve. Ber 
playing nis 16th in the same inning Brooklyn — Roberts 
14-11 10 


es for new , 0 | . 
. | : nad we © 4 prow record behind a double by Al Kaline.|¢ a aly OE SIE 
G lf (7 ; ev . ark o ee Cutan Gon me 4 game ; Maxwell's home run, his 8) and ’ -1) vs. Rush (10-5) 
: : : . 7 } iO] ivS L[OLOW!I ls uT- . ) v, " + : ‘ an avie (4- 
yi) — 4 - ~ se from the Kansas rie ‘ 22nd, came in the seventh off New York at pistetorch (2) —Gomes 
wint on Om ‘ ity Ellis Kinder, the third Chicago) (¢-}1) ané MeCs 
, ’ s in September of 1953 : 7 and Waters ‘1- _ or "Pellet 
“ee 7 . ; ; tg a pitcher. Bob Keegan pitched 
: gp . iperintenden me been two innings and allowed just . 
° one hit Matthews Elected 
CHIOAGO DETROIT 
A 


By Hampton One 


ANNAPOLIS, Md. Aug. If 
™—Richard Matthews of the 
Cambridge (Md.) Yacht Club is 
the new commodore of the 
Hampton One-Design Class 
Racing Association 


, : . , + ol 20 °f in c He was elected at a business 
WILLIAMS ENJOYS FESTIVITIES—Ted A tan struggled away with $820.20 in coins Totals 3233774 meeting ‘by Hampton sailors 


Williams and his Besten Red Sex team- in a sack. Next to Williams is infielder Ry ida AP ng Plt Gry Bag Maryland and Virginia 
mates get a big laugh out of the pr Billy Goodman and first baseman Mickey bCalled out on strikes for Keesstinere for @ two-day national 
game Pot oe Gold festivities at Griffith Vernon. Sitting in front is shortstop Don eGroun t for Kir in *h ‘championship regatta at the 
Stadium last night before playing the Nats. Buddin — as matt we ioe 102 $00 te, Annapolis Yacht Club. Mat- 
- " Rivera f(uenn. Torgeson. Max- thews succeeds Edward Wol 
OOF P cott of the Norfolk (Va.) Yacht 

and Country Club. 


‘ . RBI facfield. | x 3 Tore 
Schoendienst e283 .2 es 
| Wilson 1 Kinder 3) Lar WHILE-U-WAIT SERVICE 


sme 5. — | Wood: Ia week pecam fe Ted Williams Gets Cuspidor Leads Giants + ses te wants “Wien “sd HAIRCUT © PRESSING 


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Ww alter | Bur \om: : ba ; 4 esi a mde aan ' T - | B P = i , aw MANICURE @ SHOESHINE 

A igHoi Seek’ “servard. 17th. hol ribe beats ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Aug. 11 ten Red Sox Oh oe Dirates [oe OPEN SUNDAYS 
im. , — - ia . m siugger ed ms mitts ant nave | mn rec < ‘ NGS 

> i. qa . : nized all ever the Natio: ee , F HOLIDAYS and EVEN! 
| A’s. Regains Spbriswriters in St. Petersburg. however, have gor orrramman auc th quenkine Funeral _ma’s 
? o to considerable effort to | ure tf | ar 6UF Ls ' woe oa ite a . —— Me 

; ids $8 GE 2 figious’ Swocd second | S@G | Plae [ed's “spitaculars” remain impressed | iliams Red Schoendienst of the New Set for Monday BARBER & VALET 
rag ‘ia dlecot ~ e210) PrOGIEIO owou" ¢ ond at S Writers with the two St. Pet ersbu J ers, th n York Giants hit a double and - 315 14th St. N.W. RE 7.3842 


Chick Harbert oo | . ++ ni ‘Ti io tne green . > ; , a = nenidar bh ‘ : ' “Ee OCrry 
7) 6 g4 ‘ : ale" far the M ndav per Sent and the Times. pur asec a2 OTrass CUSDICOT f tw les , — three of ‘ ry] lL. AK FE ( ITY, Aug 1] 


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‘King of Spat’ 


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KANSAS CITY. A a 11 i? suitable « ae haat — i forwea . | it to . pe! he Giants’ run oday as they-4.—Ab Jenkins, famed auto ° 

h levelar . The sp itto On s ghly polished brass sides re: 100 He 
The Cleveland Indians squeezed pitt trimmed the Pittsburgh Pirates, speed king and Mayor of Salt ° 


close Wednesda) pack into pore pe Soe “Here's te you, oh ‘King of Spat’ Lake City from 1940 to 1944 
Henry Strong discowered a lon pote — — wae _ “Hf you don't use this, try your hat. i , ) : ALL to : LON 
strange 4-iron in her bag and 8. ictory over the Kansas : Dusty Rh ngied “n-comes home today for burial. 


ay a : 
R = se a ’ an , ‘<- Pp — 
Fa: tr han. as . > ey wn mi : ‘Tore oh) sala ics. who ost desp te : . . ; , CT) BVI if0T vu “ JENKINS Ci llapsed and died of 
Arnold Palm Pa 7 : 6 34 sions he other day at y Sim grand sian : é cs tbe S PSSmeny the rst inn agai! “'a heart attack at Milwaukee BROADLOCGM 
Dow Finsterwald, Obio 71 70 70—21) = , ~< She de mer in ti rin t. Petersburg. known as the springtime home of as Whe GISNts' Thursday night He was 73 

strange Su pson ip enabled the ork Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals, is ' 11 ' oO a i a Funeral services have been LOWEST RETAIL 
ie on | neluding| .s. / SO.vard fitt Se % le th ire Sall but ing distance we Red Sox training base Sar | Pirate Manager Bobby Bra- scheduled Monday noon at an PRICE EVER 
Mike Souchai re ~— wkins he 3 ' a hole-in < i singled home } fined outfi ft ‘rank assembly hall om Temple 


Jay Hebert, Johnny Palmer fter th xcitement ital ee u ith what proved Thomas $50 for ling Square, home of the Latter- SEE 


and Bill Nary u d rs. Stron le Bue. Pg ew Sp oe Ge . wg Sg Gord ory ih i Senge —— PAGE A 9 
j . ‘ 4 ‘ ; . oI . riz rs nk ° re . > ’ ‘ ° > ae » ° ry : : One ig if il r : hie n 7? Was Aa mem eT 
nk of wood ca os a The In were away to a \ irvinila Sta rs f ris¢ h Resting oft in ti ith is ~ 
hree < 


in the first ti . . ‘Tag + he = , 

8. Vie Wertz si ai Comfortably in — judzed vy Giant ieftfieider Bg gos ogee 
ia to the first and io Battle to Die ) Sckin. Sesadt and shawtsten aria th ore 
ond Gene Woodling how y Daryl Spencer and said Thom DON'T RISK TRAGEDY 

ver the rightfield fence NORFOLA. Va. Aug il Oxy gen Tent 2 ould have : re te Rem : < 
. ma. 2 Se 


. : ROUTIC } 
(hico Carrasquel and The East, supposedly embar 


at anor, via, aboard on walks. In the rassed for quarterbacks, used NEW ROCHELLE, N was the fifth and highest poe | 
re ens (Tt) a) ’ , . J n Busby blasted OV PT iv 5 in the same na k field Lug : a — Hospital offic lal« | ¢° if : 7 | ny or a 7 27 thi > se a- a 
~~ ° i "inlA hee = fi. tha Sistem . - _ +o ‘ - ‘ ; ‘ o = — ’ 
ia. on Br oke | : stl eirtier ior the Titth wd cios ~ Mmiit utes ons said ay Frankie Frise hy son Fle has sla ped $95 fines —_—_—_—_—_—_—— y ae ‘ : 
re th Pe : ari misse¢ scorin nv m2il . . . ’ ’ rv) rt *] 
ord Sth hoe : - BF - former manager of the Chi- °" Vale Long "Robe: o Cle 
BANSAS CITY yard with 20 seconds ie mente, Lee Walls and Bob 
— : a> ie ; : a : Sr Loui Pitte . 
ce HARRY MERRICK dulled 131 Virginia's first High ! cago, : ouls and Pitts crinnor 
. " " a+ ’ : —" : - . att rv? ride r Ty) ; 
didnt hook Milton Schlosser’s needie <° ‘ ; / li-star football game burgh teams in the National sew yvors PITTSBURGH 
7 ~ ° 7 : r . : > - > hh 
with an eagle two at Colun & lerriage. 6 ¢ m @ scoreiess te League. definitely suffered a : ¢ ’ 
bia Country Club's second . ee — Sie ‘Towd estimated 
designer, was work fitth hole After Merrick had —r £t. fe in t fina! 
a head offered ter to hit a bad tes ehinosser Carrs , > * "4 rt 1 quarier , - added they would not know 
the shaft of Middle broken consoled him re- Hesanc > 0 6 Baxes. ss 313 2¢ouchdown underdog to the how serious until Monday 
ariver so it eadw | ‘ eames ' | ¥ guess th ’ ; -% + —— West took ox , _ a1 Prisch new & tdlewle 
m TT “ > at : U : mf r< . ry . oA ae : ; ’ : tw Te mn .? ; val 
Middle une anal yee hee ' 7 7 : - °= d sports commentator. is 


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Was DOTH - no : , . ‘ , . that ; ; —— . . 7 « . oxygen tent and nis cond 
his bor: ' ‘ivel a + green and plopped ales Mes ‘ ; from the | ? he V tion is listed ;z ritical. but otal S877 13 Totals 
stray o cyt . 4 ’ me : ™ _~ ; ‘ -_ -_ : 3 ’ ™ , . - : " . 2 . _ ' ™ Marner 1 a 
ef . , ~ 4 _ ' | Dp r. John , hed , d pefore Mi ee oficiais and Frisch's physi D; lor & ‘ 
W as | - ’ -" . 7 ~ * > < . : ° * - . nv, vw . y . ’ 9 
« saa re : ‘ ne) r r >i a ( . 3} - “ as! terete. - ii ’ . . ’ 
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In’ the concurren wom . au A4 f wre other ‘ - 131 1f all4;roup | ace rok irow } = I ..¢ M. Vaug! an, said New York 161 G8) 610 
professional! rl a a K : oo5 .. pill Leig home 4 both those actions are rou- Pittsbersh (0 002 008 — 2 
' =e ~ ldn't t ‘ é‘ aan, “2 SPER 41GN POT tine in . 
Jameson silver ~f ater roe veter , F ia ; “ ; ; ; 5 ' e ~ gin 2 Bea 4 e car diac cases : 
an from 8S: nto Te) aa  Crimias. £—Rone loss ‘ arcogs pros and X-rays 


rente : ; nite 27. Si epard 

an from San Antonio, Tex; them .... His frst occa Era Pit But “The West, with Kenny Nor. ken Friday will be stued etter wie Lhe «zk FOR @ Safe Trip get a 

. oil ; ° “~ ~ ~‘ . a - , a. : r ee * far a ’ P ons. ' i‘. -o ae 
by two stro atts » 18 ut his 8a DI mitl Avie tet. ton of Andrew Lewis ol m ily Fig Ra gn gn PB a > 

> . : ’ : ; : : ” r - wn hy : e o : e j - : 
and NMiarlene auer laf . , . T n 7 . > oa -— , - , , -8 DICKINE up eign vardas and ‘ ari badly u - cal was so estgger on K 4 on ; - q ires one Guaranteed 
Miss Jameson's 73 gave he , usti t i ad of % jarcig 2. Moss Wrae (Rip) Moser of Martinsville rac- Prise and a member of rm i im 31% Face & & 
54-hole total of 222 in the chase ’ 1” YF ' oh + .-. s 2 i 2 con. ing for 11. moved smartly out eansseoreety rr adage Fan . won gy: a pears w AP 
for the gals’ $6000 top np: wrapped his new club aroun: re $5 Cr gen 3-10? NS OG, Sut the tines om “7 ee ee ee | pray teaate ta 'B rn A K e > r t Cc ‘ A L 
WOMEN'S FRO DIVISION he limb of 7 He By Crs is) WMost and Don Gardiner of Wakefielk 

aw Fey gg RS 8 36 33-2: ren decided ry his 4 wm ‘Heres. Chr —ta. of Arlington punted to the East 


time he hi 
head of ba Bob Lemmon of Great Bridge W A N T E D ; 
club " split in twe Bob Tl Vi moved in at halfback and con Here’s what we do: 
ribble Bironed his second 1e s mors tributed vital gains of 11, four. Be meed neat, aggressive young men who are interested in ] 
shot into the cup on Brooke AMERIC as assOCIATION and four yar ds as the East making top earnings selling automobiles and who want « job Remove front 
Manor's 335-vard first hole Minacepetis indisassetts 2 OVE to the West six Charlie that offers excellent opportunities for advancement to man- wheels aed inspect 
for an eagle two Oxon EASTERN LEAGLE Meeks, of Granby of Norfolk agerial positions and the possibility of owning « dealership. ’ 
Run's new course recorded ow oe ‘ ; ; drove to the one er then We are headquarters for a chain of 20 Ford and Lincoln-Mercury ining. 
Horie Armetrens, ¢ 3 its frst hole-in-one the other Srrecese 2 ) Meeks and Skeeter failed to dealerships. Our expansion is being limited mainly by lack of 2 Clean ins nd 
Giteria 3. Becht. Calit " : day when Glenn Terrell’s INTERNATIONAL LESOTE move more than half a yard in managerial material Experience im Met necessary We will , pect a 
pone meade. Cate eS 3! ~*! s2iron tee shot on the 112 werate < . Setfele 1 three tries train you. Earnings enlimited, paid vacations, insurance, hoe repack front wheel 
PACIVEC COAST LEAGUE pitalization provided. See or call sales manager at bearings. 


WOMEN -AMATSUS yard second hole landed. in pemeccd 3 San Freectece * The Minors MOORE GREAR MOTORS INC 
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Carele Je Kabter } ae a 738 ~ , : SOUTHERN ASSeOCTATION 
poses go Ki 3 s nose<dived a Giron shot into INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE 3 Inspect brake drums. 
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Ruthie Jessen A] 36 19842 Voodmo or an eagle TEXAS LEAGUE on on = oo ; 4 Check and add .. 


bels J. Dratke , > Si-—-* , sen. Al Wilson. S®revepert 3 Roasts © Matrest $4 52 71 ) : brake fluid if needed 
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Ward Weitlaufor N.Y... 73 8 r2—216 YOURE assistant at Manor | a , 5 Adjust the brake 


oop ee NOTICE wre Kacaker 
. hoon, f 38 14% fifth hole ; Andrews Field 
jp nenny BL ag | +5 With a drive and a wedge 3 | - 6 Carefully test brakes. 
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Sunday, August 12, 1956 


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Shaw Passes Colts to Victory Over Eagles, 24-13 


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THE WOMEN of Army-Navy Country Club have 
movement, suggested by golf champion 
: \llen, to donate one day’s caddie fees to 
abe Zaharias Cancer Fund . The Army-Navy 
t of the womén in the Washington 
in the campaign It's a 
because, as one Army-Navy member pointed out 

“Babe did so much for women’s golf.” 


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Camilo Pascual has a brother, 
Carlos, 36 
home run hitters with the Nats’ farm 
club of Hobbs. N. M.. a Class B affilia- 
Perhaps you remember Car- 
called “Little Potato’ 
several years ago when he tried to 
catch on with the Nats as a pitcher . 
The Pascual brothers are devoted to 
each other and 
that they don't communicate by tele- 


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never a week passes 
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he honored by his fellow 
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RED SOX, to a man, yesterday denied any 
between themselves and Ted Williams 
catcher Sammy White had 
illenged Williams” and that pitcher Willard Nixon 
Jim Piersall were grumbling about Ted 

There has never been a speck of trouble between 

me and the is wrong Piersall said: “I nev- 
ized Ted, should I? Where would we be without 
d like to get that statement corrected Nixon also 
ngle, harsh word with Williams.” 
Wast first-baseman 
lat 


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Incidentally, they the 
te of the foul and 
iwe used by some fans in Boston the other day 
. Williams .... F have 
ooperative and gracious and a 
nice things tor: 


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was because 


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sr to have several promising third hasemen 
m. In Harmon Killebrew. 


Charlotte, the 
Roseboro 1S 


addition to 
sensations with 
youngster named Stan who 
and is one of the leading hitters of the 
1 fury about the Ted Williams inci- 

tuth was booed many times during his 

ne occasion, a sportswriter got carried 

d: “Spit on the flag, tear up the Constitu- 

Babe Ruth” . This, of course, occurred 

t was fashionable to be a pacifist and such 
' would never get by an eagle-eyed copy- 


uu who were out at Griffith Stadium Wednesday 
issed the dedication ceremonies of the Clark Grif- 
1] (as most of us did since there was no public 
can catch up tonight by looking 
on WTTG., 


m set up outside 
the Nats TV show 
are ready-made For 
' to get a look at Hopalong Cas- 
ted by Detroit . Since Hoppy played with Ohio 
Ten, @asterners didn't have a chance to see 
Then Baltimore will have Billy Vessels, 
Every team will come up with at 
colleg stars who certainly help boost 
baseball a rookie has to prove himself be- 
yme out to see him 


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lore ate 
attendance... In 
fore people c¢ 
who has been in town to help with the Nats’ 
Pot O'’Gold night, has been having a lot of fun needling Joe 
Cambria, Washington's chief scout Cambria never lets 
anyo! that he has three of his discoveries with the 
Washingto: I f Pedro Ramos and Jose 
Valdivis However master needler, has re- 
minded Can Cubans who failed 
make the grade 


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tball crashed last year when its star 
quarterbaek, Sonny was hurt and out of action for 
the Georgia Tech and Pittsburgh games Now the Blue 
Devils think they have Jurgénsen’s successor in a youngster 
named Bob Brodhead, who never has played a varsity game 
Brodhead was slated to be Jurgensen’s understudy last 

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On Homers 


perfect throw to shortstop Don 
Buddin. Herzog was first called 
out but when Buddin dropped 
the ball for an error, Whitey 
was safe. 

Courtney lashed a long drive 
which hit the rightfield wall as 
Herzog and Runnels scurried 
home. Susce came to the rescue 
and Roy Sievers poked a long 
fly ball 
scoring after the catch 

Ramos got the first two men 
in the sixth before Williams 
walloped a long drive to center 
for a homer. Vernon doubled 
ind Jackie Jensen walked but 
Ramos got out without more 
trouble 

Pete's next trial came in the 
ninth. He got Vernon and Jen- 
sen on popups but Piersall and 
Sammy White singled, the for 
mer going to third. Ramos 
pitched three straight bal's to 
tuddin then got two strikes 
over. On the next pitch, Bud 
din grounded to Yost and the 
game was over 


SIDEBARS — The Pot 
O’Gold winner last night was 
Sandy Eubanks, 28, of 711 
2ist st. ne.. a gas station at- 
tendant who bought a $1.50 
seat He 
$820.20 in coins in a sack... 
Calvin Griffith will leave 
Washington Tuesday on an 
extended trip which will take 
him to Baltimore, Boston, 
Denver, Los Angeles, San 
Antonio, Chattanooga, Char- 
lotte and several other cities 

The young president's 
purpose is to look over pos- 
sible prospects for the Nals 
..»« He'll be gone until Sept. 2 
. There was confusion in 

fourth when Vernon 
lined a drive to right : 
Umpire Ed Rommel indi- 
cated foul and then called 
the ball, which bounced.into 
the field boxes, fair It 
went for a double ... When 
Sievers hit his sacrifice fly in 
the fifth, it not only was his 
first of the year but also the 
first successful one after 22 
failures with a man on third 
and less than two out... The 
two teams wind up their 
series this afternoon with 
Dean stone opposing Willard 
Nixon. 


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Blue Spa rkler 
Pays $19.40 


of turfdom’s scalps. Despite 
her light weight, Blce Sparkler 
was clocked in 1:494/5. The 
track record is 1:473/5 set by 
liclioscope in 1954 

It was a three-horse race all 
the way. Skipper Bill had the 
best of the first couple of 
strides from the gate. There- 
after it was Blue Sparkler. 
Skipper Bill and Find. And 
that was it 

The crowd of 33,232, only 
172 under the track’ record, 
The top wager- 
ing here was in 1953 when §$2,- 
824.340 went through the tote 

Haskell, Blue Sparkler’s own- 
er, said: “Naturally, I'm very 
pleased. She is a New Jersey- 
bred filly and quite a boon 
for our state. She has several 
stakes engagements here at At- 
lantic City and we'll make our 
plans to go along.” 

Boulmetis said, “My instruc- 
tions were to get out on top 
and not to set too fast a pace 
and to save something for the 
end. That's the way it worked 
out 

Willie Hartack, Bardstown’s 
rider, was his’ usual honest 
self with “We had no excuses 

Joe Regalbuto (Skipper Bill) 
said, “I thought I had a chance 
at the eighth pole,” and Eric 
Guerin said, “I figured I could 
catch her (Blue Sparkler), but 
mv horse hung.” 

And the crowd; when told 
Nashua had been scratched. 
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PINT-SIZED CHAMPIONS—Four-vyear-old 
Mary Jane Phelps, left, of 6220 Kilmer st., 
Cheverly, Md., hugs four-year-old Gregory 
Peet, 1818 Dye drive, Falls Church, after 


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Hanes, members of the syndi 
cate. 

Nashua was given an 
tion of perine, a drug reported- 
ly a combination of pain alle 
viator and laxative. 

Combs later appeared in 
the press box and said, “In all 
fairness to the public and 
to Nashua’s future we have 
deemed it necessary to scratch 
the colt.” 

Combs said Nashua was in- 
sured for the full amount of his 
purchase price $1,251,200 by the 
Kentucky Insurance Agency, a 
branch of Lloyds of London. 

“They've already been noti- 
fied.” said Combs, and then 
he smiled for the first time 
and added, “I just called them 
a second time and told them 
he was better and they said 
that was good news.” 

The Kentuckian said, if all 
goes well, the illness should not 
interfere with Nashua’s sched- 
ule. “We hope to have him back 
at Saratoga before the middle 
of the week.” 

Although Nashua has been a 
sound colt legwise, this is the 
third time he has suffered from 
tomach distress. As a 2-year- 
old, he had an attack after the 
Beimont Futurity 

The apprehension of the 
Nashua people was augmented 


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running of the 1954 the Garden 
State, the world’s richest race, 
whichis for 2-year-olds. 
Nashua was forced to be 
scratched out of that classic 
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winner, was said to have been 
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the colt’s life 

Just before the handicap field 
went postward, Nashua was re 
ported to be much improved 
He had been taken out of his 
stall for a period and his tem- 
perature had dropped to a nor 
mal 100 degrees 

“We were worried about a 
twisted intestine,” Combs said 
later 

John Fitzsimmons, the son of 
Sunny Jim who conditions 
Nashua, was jolted by the ill- 
ness of the colt. He said, “We 
took every precaution — the 
same bedding, water and feed 
he had alt Saratoga.” 

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opinion that Nashua’s sudden 
iliness could have been in- 
duced by the heat. 

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tough break for racing secretary 
James Ross Jr., The Marylander, 
assigned the difficult task of 


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same time had drawn the best 
opposition since the colt out 
photoed Sailor and Social Out- 
cast in the Widener last Feb- 
ruary. 


17-Year-Old Breaks 


Par at Fort Dupont 


John Redman, 17, member of 
the Anacostia High School golf 
team, broke the competitive 
record and became the firs! 
player ever to break the par of 
70 at the 77-year-old Fort Du- 
pont course yesterday. 


Redman shot a 68 which is 


three under the record 71 set 
by Harold Oatman of the. Nor- 
folk. Va., Officers Club in 1948. 


Jim McNamars. Stal! Photographer 


awards were presented for their victories 
25-meter free-style events 
President's Cup Regatta swimming cham- 
pionships at East Potomac pool yesterday. 


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Rizzuto Will 
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New Yankee 


Phil Rizzuto said today he had ™ 


been asked to fill in for the 
ailing Frankie Frisch on the 
post-game tclevision show fol- 
lowing the Brooklyn-Dodgers 
New York Giants game 

Hie said he would accept the 
offer if the club approved 
Frish, the regular telecaster, 
suffered a heart attack Thurs- 
day and is in a hospital 

Rizzuto also announced he 
will make a tape recording of 
the play-by-play of the game 
as a tryout for a job as “sec- 
ond” man handling the Balti- 
more Orioles’ games next year. 

This would indicate that he 
plans to retire at the end of 
the current season, although he 
has not made any definite an- 
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HERSHEY, Pa., Aug. 11 & 
George Shaw threw two touch 
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booted a field goal as the Bal 
timore Colts spoiled Hugh De- 
vore’s debut as coach of the 
Philadelphia Eagles with a 
24-13 National Football League 
exhibition victory at Hershey 
Stadium. 

Trailing, 13-10, after 


periods, the Colts won their 
first exhibition game on a nine 
play 68-yard drive climaxed by 
Shaw's 8yard touchdown pass 
to Lloyd Colteryahn. Rechichar 
converted the second of his 
three extra points to wrap up 
the Baltimore victory 

Shaw, brilliant 1955 rookie 
quarterback, opened his sopho 
more year a pro with a Slick 
exhibition of running and pass- 
ing. The former University of 
Oregon ace tossed a 2l-vyard 
touchdown pass to Dean Ren. 
fro in the second quarter 

Balttimore’s final score—sec- 
onds from the final gun—came 
on a 35-yard pass from John 
Unitas to Dick Nyers 
| The play in the game was ex- 
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expelled six players, three from 
each team. 

Doug Eggers, George Preas 
and Joe Campanella of the 
Colts and Ken Hushold, Bob 
Pellegrini and Fred Thurston 
of the Eagles were tossed out. 

The Eagles scored first on a 
19-yard field goal by Bobby 
Walston in the opening minutes 
of the first quarter. But Balti 
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techichar's 26-vard boot 

In the second quarter Bobby 
Thomason tossed a short screen 
pass to Ted Wegert good for 44 
yards, the key play in a six 
piay 69-yard touchdown drive 
Thomason pitched seven yards 
to Bill Stribling for the score 

The Colts again evened it on 
a 72-yard drive. But with min. 
utes remaining in the first half 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


ee ee ee 


McHan to Make Cards Go 


said 


& 4 Sunday, August 12, 1956 


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It’s Up to 


pro football prospects.) 


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Navy Starts 
Stadium 
Fund Drive 


By Herb Thompson 


ANNAPOLIS, Md., Aug. 11 
»—The U.S. Naval Academy is 
‘going ahead with plans to build 
ila new football stadium here’ 
‘and hopes to construct it. with- 
in the next two years. 

Decision to construct the new) 
plant to replace delapidated 
‘Thompson Stadium was an- 
nounced today by Rear Adm 
William R. Smedberg Ill, 
academy superintendent, and 
Capt. C. Elliott Loughlin, ath- 
letic director. 

It will be financed by the: 
Naval Academy Athletic Asso- 
ciation, a nonprofit organiza-| 
tion which supports varsity 
sports at the Academy, and a 
fund-raising drive among alum- 
ni and influential friends of the| 


Navy. 
Plan 31,000 Seats ejected by the police, and 
finally a few races later the 
Success of the fund-raising) crowd settled down to watch 
effort will probably determine} the runners. 


Fans Suspect 
Fix, Lay Down 
On Race Track 


DURBAN, South Africa, 
Aug. 11— Angry bettors at 
Durban's Greyville Race- | 
course, suspecting a “fix” in | 
today’s feature race, hopped 
the rails, lay down on the | 
track and clashed with po- 
lice in an attempt to break | 
up the meet in protest. 

Squads of police were 
called in when spectators 
hurled binoculars, skirmish- 
ed with jockeys and picketed 
the tracks as horses tried to 
reach the starting post for 
the next race. 

The trouble started when 
the odds-on-favorite, Sympa 
thetic lost out in the home 
stretch of the featured Chair- 
man’s Plate and finished sec- | 
ond to Worthiness, a 16-1 
shot. 

The police chief called for 
order over a loudspeaker. 
| Two frenzied bettors were 


There’s no love lost between the Bears and 
the Cards, who have a standing offer to buy each 
other out to allow the surviving team to cash in 

| on the lucrative Chicago TV market. As it is, 
away games can't be brought in on TV because 
| one team always is home. 
| _ The Cards are top-heavy with titles with Walter | 
| Wolfner, managing director; Charles W. Bidwill, 
| president, and William V. 
Bidwill, vice president. The 
Bidwill boys are sons of 
the late Charles Bidwill, 
former colorful owner. To 
complicate matters, Bid- 
will at one time was a close 
friend of George Halas 
and vice president of the 
Bears. 


| proved to me that he has finally arrived,” 
Richards 

“In pro ball, quarterbacks just don’t move in 
and become stars in their first year or two. There's 
no substitute for experience. 

“But the way Mac took charge in the Cards’ 
53-14 victory over the Bears indicates he’s ready. 
His attitude in camp reflects new confidence and 
poise 


(One in a series of 1956 
By Jack Wals! 
Sta Reporter 

RAKE FOREST, Ill... Aug. 11—On the field, or 
in the front office. the Chicago Cardinals are as 
dificult to figure as any organization in pro foot- 
ball. 

Look at last year’s team, 
that wound up with a 4-7-1 
record. After the Redskins 
started off by upsetting the 
Browns and Eagles, the 
Cardinals came to Wash- 
ington and soundl: 
thumped them, 24-10 

When they next met in 
Chicago, the Cards could 
not have looked any worse 
in losing, 31-0. So the very 
next week, they turned 
around and knocked the 
Bears out of the Western 
Division title by an as 
tounding 53-14 score 

That performance can't 
be kissed off and substan 
tiates the theory that the 
horses. Getting them to run 
problem 


Huge Savings 


“LAST YEAR, we had a dozen first-vear men 
ho will benefit by their experience. We had as 
many as nine men sidelined for a single game 
last season. I don't think we can have that much 
tough luck again 

McHan’'s figures last year don't warrant any un- 
due optimism. He was 13th in the league and his 
completion percentage was a poor 37.7. However, 
he did throw for 11 touchdowns. McHan, an 
Arkansas product, was a single-wing tailback in 
college and it could be that the is gradually get- 
ting over that handicap for a T-formation man. 

With the Cardinals, morale has been a serious 
problem 

The Bears are the home-town favorites and 
while the men of Halas thrive, at times the Cards 
practically are ignored. 

Comiskey Park rates as one of the dreariest 
stops on the pro circuit. Last year, there couldn't 
have been 8000 paid customers for the Redskin They include swifties like Alex Burl, Colorado 
game. On the day of the game, the Cards even \. & M.. who tied the world record of 9.3 for the 
put on sale seats for $1 and sold less than 2000 100 in the Fresno Relays in May this year. 
of them Matson and defensive back Jim Hill have been 
timed in 9.5: Houston's Julian Spence, 9.7: full- 
back aspirant Lu Carnell Newman, 9.8, and Mann, 
9.9 

There's no question of the Cardinals’ speed. If 
McHan does deliver, they'll be hard to catch in the 


THERE ARE quite a few 
ready to run the show but 
the Cards themselves can 
take care of running the 
ball. 

Any club with a pair as 

‘ . explosive as Olllie Matséh 

Ollie Matson and Dave Mann has little 

worry on this score. Still the Cards have other 

halfback candidates who would be welcome any- 
where. 


post TIME font 
Deity Mmohie 
2:15 Pm. [| 


BUSES DIRECT TO TRACK 


HAGERSTOWN 


RACE MEET 


Jack Walsh 
Cardinals do have the 
seems to be the 


THIS YEAR the Cards are saving flatly 
as good as any in pro football 

Lamar McHan. they say. If 
they can see themselves 


the size of the stadium as well) 
as the start of construction. ' 
Plans are under consideration 
for a double<ieck concrete 
stadium with 31,000 permanent 
seats as well as a smaller, 21,- 
100 seat plant. 

Cost of the larger one is esti- 


AGAIN 
their personnel is 
It all depends on 
McHan comes through. 
going all the way 

Coach Ray Richards. a 

figure in the often hectic Chicago situ 


SALES REPRESENTATIVE 


Aged 25 to 40. Good personality and background. 
Preferably married. Ambitious, energetic, willing 
to solicit to create prospects and sales of new 


FREQUENT TALK of the Cards moving doesn't 
help, either. Rumors have them going to Miami. 
Denver, Buffalo or even Boston. Mrs. Violet Wolf- 
ner, the o woman executive in football, said 


emarkably unruffled 
ation, calmly 


_ predicts a happy future 


“McHan's performance in our last three games 


ee ee ee —_— 


Redskins Rookie 


185-Pound Bill Fuleher 
Stars as Middle Guard 


By Cal Whorton 


Los Angeles T 


LOS ANGELES, Aug. 1! 
those obscure guys 


Defensive footballers, 
up in the front trenches, rarely grab head- 


res 


especially 


lines or make themselves too well known to the fans in the 


stands. 

But this isn't the 
guard from Georgia 
intrasquad game has 
the best known among the 

Weighing Only 185, smali for 
Old Fulcher has been a distinct 


case 
T ech 


In Hockey League 


Uline Nearly 
Certain to 
Have Team 


EEE 


By Bob Alden 
Steff Reporter 

Washington is almost certain 
to have a team in the Eastern 
Hockey League again this sea- 
gon, but there are still some 
loose strings to be pieced to- 
gettrer. 

League president Tom Lock- 
hart gave assurance from New 
York this week that Washing 
ton would be-in the league de- 
Spite reports to the contrary 

The team probably will be 
@perated by owner Migiel 
Uline of Uline Area again, but 
Uline has not yet officially 
been admitted to the league 


Request Held in Abeyance 


At the league meeting liast 
week in Atlantic City, Wash- 
gton was represented by 
rancis A. McDonald and Pey- 
ton Ellis, part owners of last 
ear's team McDonald and 
llis are businessmen in North- 
ern Virginia 
Uline Arena 
Rothgeb was 
Atlantic City, 


manager Paul 
also present at 
representing the 
arena in ice and swim show 
discussions and ready to at 
tend the Eastern Hockey 
League mecting 

But the league directors held 
fn abeyance the Uline fran- 
chise request and Rothgeb was 
not admitted at the league 
meeting. The league directors 
did not reject Uline’s bid, how- 
ever, as reported 

Uline wants to have last 
year’s second place team owned 
in part by Player-Coach Stan 
Warecki in which Uline had no 
financial interest 


Can't Have Whole Team 


According to Lockhart, tire 
league turned down Uline’s re- 
quest for Waredki's person ne] 
as a team. But Lockhart said 
Uline will have the same oOp- 
portunity as other owners to 
negotiate with Warecki's play- 
ers individually. 

Uline also protested the ad- 
mission of Charlotte, N. C., to 
the league because of travel 
expenses. The league admitted 
Charlotte déspite Uline’s pro- 
test 

The league 
New York City. 

The franchise of McDonald 
and Ellis will be inactive this 
year unless Uline is the land. 
lord The league has allowed 
McDonald and Ellis two years 
to find an arena 

Uline has insisted that he 
will operate the team or else 
his arena will be dark. Uline 
has signed Jack Mitchell, for- 
mer coach of the American 
Hockey League team at Spring 
field Mass., to be coach-gen- 
eral. manager. 


Will Cost Uline $1500 


McDonald is agreeable to 
Uline assuming operation of 
the franchise, but wants 
Warecki to return. Warecki 
Washington's No. 1 wingman 
as well as coach, led the hockey 
Lions to a playoff champion 
ship two years ago and to two 
second-place finishes 

Uline will officially be ad- 
mitted to the league this week 
upon receipt by Lockhart of 


also admitted 


$1500 from Uline for league 


expenses. 
Whether Uline and the Mc- 
Donald-Ellis-Warecki group 
can get together or not will 
also. resolved this week. 


4 es 


With 
who in two scfri 
succeeded in 
Redskins 


Fulcher, rookie middle 

mmages and the 

making himself one of 
crop of freshmen 

the job he holds, the 22-year- 

standout in every 

President George  Mar- 
shall, watching Fulcher for 
the first time in a recent 
scrimmage here at Occiden- 
tal College, remarked: 

“Who's that fellow? I never 
heard of him before.” 

And chances are he never 
would have heard of the 
Georgia boy with the exag- 
gerated Southern drawl had 
Fulcher not been recom- 
mended to the Redskins by 
Georgia Tech's backfield 
coach, Lewis Woodruff. It was 
he who buzzed Joe Tereshin- 
ski, Redskin assistant, and 
the way was paved for Ful- 
cher to come to camp for a 
tryout. 


Bill 


BILL'S name wasnt even 
considered by the National 
Football League clubs at 
their last draft powwow 
Probably everyone figured 
185-pound guards had no 
place in professidnal football 

But being overlooked is 
nothing new for Fulcher. 

“When I went to Tech from 
Richmond Academy in Au- 
gusta I just went on my own 
No one rushed me or invited 
me to come,” he recalled 

But once on campus young 
Fulcher went right out for 
the team just like he had 
been expected. What's more 
important, he made the var- 
sity and holds the distinction 
here in camp of being the 
only player to participate in 
four bowl games as a colle- 
gian 

Fulcher didn't see much 
action in the Sugar Bowl in 
1952, but the following year 
he was in there at guard in 
the same bowl. A year later 
Fulcher played in the Cotton 
Bow! 

He wound up his college 
days playing again in the 
Sugar Bowl last New Year's 
Day 

Fulcher admits he’s taken 
on a little weight since col- 
lege. “My average in school.” 
he says, “was around 170 

Guard is the only position 
Fulcher has ever played 
“Guess they didn't know 
what to do with me at first 
so stuck me in the middle of 
the line. I've been there ever 
since.” 

Considering the bumps 
and shocks those guys up 
front must take, it’s remark- 
able that Fulcher can recall 
being bruised only once. 


scrimmage. -* 


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nly 
“We'll never move 


Eastern Division race. 


Bob Pellegrini 
Most Valuable 
Of All-Stars 


CHICAGO, Aug. 11 (® 
Bob Pellegrini, Maryland's 
All-America center, today 
was named the most valu- 
able player for the College 
All-Stars, who took a 26-0 
jolting from the Cleveland 
Browns. 

Pellegrini, a 6-foot-2, 
pound native of Yatesboro, 
Pa., sparkled on defense for 
the All-Stars. The 2l-year- 
old co-captain of_the Col. 
legians was selected in a poll 
of newspapermen covering 
the 23d annual midsummer 
classic. 

The sports writers voted 
runner-up honors to Gary 
Glick, the defensive line- 
backer from Colorado A. 
and M. 

Pellegrini was immense 
in the center of the All-Star 
line, which stopped the 
Browns with two touchdowns 
and 279 yards total rushing 
and passing. 

Last year, Pellegrini made 
the switch from guard to 
pivot man for Maryland and 
led the undefeated Terrapins 
to a 10-0 season. 


225- 


‘Two Rookies 


Join Redskins 


LOS ANGELES, Aug. ll— 
The Redskins’ squad was in- 
creased by two today when a 
pair of rookies, Buck George 
from Clemson and Erik Chris- 
tensen from Richmond, 
checked into camp here at Oc- 
cidental College. 

Christensen, a defensive end, 
arrived from Chicago, where 
he was a member of the All-Star 
team that was defeated last 
night by the Browns. The 235- 
pound Christensen was the 
Redskins’ seventh draft choice 
in 1955. He stayed in school 
last season to use up his eligi- 
bility. 

George, a Cherokee Indian, 
flew in from Greenville, N. C 
He was detained in reporting 
because of school work. A half- 
back, the 195-pound George 
captained the 1954 Clemson 
team. He was acquired by the 
Redskins in the draft of 1955 


Norfolk Colonels 
Play Polo Here Today 


The Washington Polo Club 
tries for revenge this afternoon 
when the powerful Norfolk 
Colonels come in for a match 
at Barnsley Field, Olney, Md 
To reach the field, drive out 
Georgia ave., extended, to one- 
half mile south of the Olney 
Inn. Game time is 3:30 

Captain Don Bradley's Wash- 
ington team has won 14 
matches and has lost only to 
Norfolk, 9-7, several weeks ago. 


Dp. m.' 


‘Weren’t Ready’—Lambeau 


Everybody Wondering 


Why Stars Didn't Pass 


CHICAGO, Aug. 11—All-Star aftermath: 
Two years ago, when the College All-Stars were trounced 
by the Detroit Lions, 31-6, Coach Jim Tatum received heaps 


of abuse for an ineffective offense... 
for not throwing the ball enough ... 
headed by the veteran Curly Lambeau, were 


pecially, 
al successors, 


He was crticized, es- 
His profession- 


getting the same rap around the Hotel Sherman this morn- 
ing after last night's blanking by the Cleveland Browns. 


Even 


over the absence of the aerial game... 
pleted their first pass for an ° 


li-vard gain but added only 
one other completion in 10 
tries, a l-yard gain to Full- 
back Joe Childress ... In 
losing, 26-0, the Collegians 
turned in a “nothing” game 
Only once were they in 
Cleveland territory . Lam- 
beau lauded the Browns for 
playing “perfect” ball bi 
“We weren't ready.” he said, 
“but. at our best, we wouldn't 
have beaten Cleveland.” 


HAMPTON POOL, aide 
who 
what of an offensive genius 
after last year’s 30-27 thriller 
won by the All-Stars, wasn't 
a bit happy over the shutout 
..». “There’s no substitute 
for drilling,” he grumbled, 
I'm just sorry we gave every- 
body such a poor show.” 

Pro football experts 
couldn't get over the fact 
that the Browns, generally 
great opportunists as any 
championship outfit must be, 
missed so many touchdown 
chances last night... It was 
the artful display of place- 
kicking by the incomparable 
Lou Groza that outdistanced 
the Collegians ... Groza, now 
in his llth pro year, never 
kicked better in connecting 
from the 44, 37, 34 and 31... 
That last boot followed one 
that went through from the 
16 
and do it all over again after 
a holding penalty ... Groza 
bettered the All-Star per- 
formance of two other pro 
greats In 1939, Ken 
Strong booted two field goals 
and Ward Cuff one 

Preston Carpenter, 
kansas product. who 
great defensive back, joined 
the Browns a few minutes 
ahead of schedule . Car- 
penter, Cleveland’s No 
draft choice, fumbled a punt 
after signalling for a fair 
catch and Cleveland drove 
in for only its second touch- 
down of the game 


THERE WAS the inevit- 
able talk of the Browns miss- 
ing Otto Graham, but quar- 
terbacks George Ratterman 
and Babe Parilli wouldn't 
have to pay their own way 
w any pro camp This 
is a good time to revive the 
story of the Browns leaning 
too much on Groza... Some 
feel that Cleveland hurts it- 
self by subconsciously letting 
down because the boys know 
Groza can get them at least 
3 points.—Jack Walsh. 


Ar- 
is a 


was considered some- | 


. Lou had to move back | 


By Dave Brady 
Stat Reporter 

IN AN ADDRESS to a 
North Carolina alumni group 
recently, Coach Jim Tatum 
said that Maryland did not 
have a back last véar who 
could make the Tar Heels’ 
second team this year. 

This he said after shocking 
the grads. by. telling .them 
that North Carolina does not 
have a lineman this year who 
could have made Maryland's 
third team last season. 

Broken-field talker Tatum 
climaxed his remarks by say- 
ing, “I am looking forward to 
the day when our starting 
team will be eomprised of 11 
North Carolina boys and 
beats the stuffings out of 
Duke.” 

The alumni ate it up, more 
particularly because they 
were fed the pep talk as in- 
side information, “not for 
publication.” 

mntomate 
Maryland athletic director 


4 


Downrates Tar Heel Linemen 


Tatum Says Maryland Backs Couldn't 
Make Carolina’s Second Team This Year 


game at Chapel Hill will at- 
tract more Terrapin rooters 
than any road game he can 
remember with the exception 
of bowls 

The only inquiries Mary- 
land has received from local 
television stations were 
about the North Carolina 
(Coach ‘Tatum), South Caro- 
livia 
and Wake Forest (Coach Paul 
Amen) games, all of which 
will be played away. 


Maryland basketball coach 
Bub Millikan says he has let- 
ters from four 6-foot, 6inch 
high school players who said 
they will enroll at College 
Park next month. 


Another 
an offer by a former New 
York basketball coach, who 


scouts teams in his area for 
| outsiders. For $25, Millikan 


Maryland plays 
| Bul Cobey says the Oct. 20 | 


can have Fordham scouted. 

the Rams 

next s@ason. 
Frank Wagner, 


‘ 


| ers 


(Coach Warren Giese) | 


former | Georgetown tr 


member of The Washington 


| Post sports staff who taught 


on the University of San 
Francisco campus last winter, 
reports that rival Santa Clara 
students rib the Dons’ root- 
because most of the 
Dons’ national champions are 
NOT Catholic. Both are Cath- 
olic schools. 


Wagner predicts Washing- 
ton fans will rate the Dons’ 
Casey Jones over Bill Rus- 
sell when they play here with 
the Olympic team next Oc- 
tober. 


Since San Francisco's rise 
to prominence, boys bounc- 
ing basketballs on downtown 


| streets all year ‘round are a 
common sight, Wagner says. 
letter contained. | 


Marty Gallagher, former | 
heavyweight boxer and. 
Georgetown boxing coach 
who still referees, saw one 
of his sons off to the sem- 


inary the, other day, Jesuit, 


of course, in yo with the 
on. 


the All-Star linemen were expressing puzzlement 


The All-Stars com- 


Tomorrow 


New Orleans 
Champions 


Play Here 


By George Brantner 


Club team, headed for the All- 
American Amateur 
Association Tournamentin 
Johnstown, Pa., get an advance 
look at defending tourney 
champion, NORD-La Rocca of 
New Orleans in an exhibition 
game at Griffith Stadium Mon- 
day night. 

The game will begin at 8 
p. m., and tickets are priced 
at 75c. 

Federal Storage recently won 
the Clark Griffith League 
championship and the right to 
represent Washington in the 
tournament. 

It will be the tenth straight 


year that a Boys Club team,': 


coached by Joe Branzell has 
qualified for the tournament. 


Tournament Opens Wednesday | 


The tournament opens Wed- 
nesday in Johnstown’'s Point 
Stadium. 

Like the greyhound chasing 
the mechanical rabbit, Bran- 
zell’s teams have reached the 
finals in five of the ten appear- 
ances, but have won the title 
only once, 1947 

The local tearm has the best 
won-and-lost record of any 
teams competing in the tour- 
nament, having a 45 and 21 rec- 
ord in competition 

In last year’s tournament 
Federal Storge was eliminated 
by NORD-La Rocca on the final 
day of play. 


Good Pitching Staff 


The idea of Monday night's 
game was devised in Johns- 
town last year, so as to give 
Washington fans a chance to 
see the defending champions. 

Federal Storage, also a mem- 
ber of The Washington Post 
and Times Herald Industrial 
League, will take one of the 
best teams in tournament his- 
tory to Johnstown. 

Branzell’s pitching sta 
boasts a 10-1 regular a... 
mark. The team also has the 
league-leading batter in Bobby 
Brown with a 404 average. 

Leading the mound corps Is 
George Bickerton of Woodrow 
Wilson High School with a 50 
record. Bickerton is a 19-year- 
old right-handed fastballer who 
stands 5 feet, 11 inches and 
weighs 160. 

For the tournament, Branze]l] 
has picked up Craig Anderson 
from the Home Plate Club to 
add more talent to the pitching 
crew. 


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Motorcycle Races 


At Vista Park Today 
VISTA, Md., July 11—The 


cycle Club will hold an eight- 
‘race card at the Vista Speed. 
way here at 1 p.m. Su 
Time trials will be 
with the first race s 
get under way at 2 
track is located on the Defense 
Highway at George Palmer 
Highway. 


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Baseball jater years. 


‘Middle Atlantic PGA tourna. 


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D. C, Throttle "Twisters Motor- tarp 


p. m. The's.és 


mated at $3 million and that 
of the smaller at $1,500,000 
Capt. Loughlin says the 
athletic association already has 
$1 million dollars to put into 
the stadium as well as provid- 
ing a 10l-acre site it bought in 
West Annapolis for that pur- 
pose in 1939. The stadium will 
be built just off a dual lane ex- 
pressway spur from Baltimore 


‘and Washington and will have|— 


‘parking space for 7500 cars. 

| This will eliminate terrific 
jams through downton Apn- 
napolis by crowds which have 
attended games at Thompson 
Stadium, on the Academy 
grounds. 


Will Raze Thompson Stadium 


The Academy plans to knock 
down the rusting stands of 
Thompson Stadium, part of 
which were constructed of steel 
from scrapped World War I 
battleships and which now sit 
jammed in front of a new $4 
million field house to be com- 
pleted late this year 

Capt. Loughlin said either 
stadium under consideration 
will be “modest” and will not 
mean any change in Navy's 
playing its larger “home” -at- 
tractions, such as Notre Dame, 
in Baltimore. 

“Our schedule is complete 
through 1962 and not more 
than two home games in any 


The Federal Storage Boys year will be played in Annap- 


olis.” he said. He added that 
the same policy will prevail for 


Built in 1911 | 


The new stadium will merely 
be a modern replacement for 
Thompson Stadium, which has 
permanent seats for only 15,- 
879. It was built in 1911 and the 
northeast stands were added in 
1928 

Adm. Smedberg said a highly 

favorable response from alumni 
prompted the decision to go 
ahead with plans. Academy of- 
ficials have held no hope for a 
congressional appr opriation 
even though Rep. Lankford (D- 
Md.) put in a bill late at the last 
session which would have au- 
thorized a federal grant of $1 
million for the stadium. 
Capt. Loughlin said a major- 
ity of those writing were in 
favor of building the larger 31,- 
000 seat stadium, and if finan- 
cial response is good prospects 
are the two<decker will be 
ereted. If not, the Academy can 
still have an “adequate” sta- 
dium for half the cost. 

“We will compromise for the 
smaller one, but we believe the 
larger stadium would be more 
in keeping with the dignity and 
prestige of the Naval Acad- 
emy,” he said. 

No date has been set for 
launching additional fund-rais- 
ing efforts, but there are indica- 
tions it will be soon now that a 
final decision has been made. 
In addition to soliciting funds, 
the athletic association plans 
to boost its dues from 11,000 
members from $3 per year 
to $8 


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ATLANTIC 
Nashua before Mr. 


; 
fur rr 


declared out 


CITY, N. d., 


of 


Aug. 


the 


1]— 


Around The Tracks 


orses and People 


By Walter Haight 


Haight interviewed Leslie Combs 
less than one-half hour before Nashua was 
$100.000 


, Owner of 


Atlantic City 


If Swaps is to méet 
Millions goes into the breeding business. 


the West Coast ace will have to tackle the East's star on his 


home grounds—a New 
At 


put 


(,Trace 
of 

tne 
ture 


on 
president 


the 
4-year-old 
competitive action 


.York track 
a luncheon befo 
Atlantic (¢ 
B 
Leslie 
syndicate 
would 


the 
John 
father 
Nashua 


by 


~ 


and Belmont 


(‘ombs 


Wis, 


fied as 

listed 
Nashua the 
Handicap 


cial. 
for 
track 
and 


1s 


the 


unlike 
not 
former 
as 


a 


at th 
and the 


Jockey, 


Belmont 


The 

“ 
Nashua in 
our preroga 


the 
Live 


Sal 


adverse 


Cn 


possible 
Whitney, 


up 


Wo qd 
Clu 


Kentuckian. 


Whitney 
rhe 


weignts 


b Gold 


re today’s race, 
ity track's 
Kelly, . Priftcess 
Combs, head 
told me 
confine his fu 
lo Saratoga 
ne racing big- 
to being identi- 
irles Town offi- 
future races 
and Saratoga 
New York 
Handicap 
Cup at 


per 


ward 


isked 


if 
Ad 


the 


eights would govern the syndicate’s 
and Saratoga. 


said 


will be as 


%k them over and then make a decision. Isn't 


pe 
ndicated that 
rtain starter, 
iliness, 
and 
al 
at 
‘an 
pound 


ifs Oo;Tr 
ward 
natul 
are 


ry Tye 


Vood 


yh is 


7 


_ 
is 


SPEAKING of weights, 


\\ - 
ie bast 
dec is 
fon Nashua 
job for 
in 
the 


ve been 
particu 


ions on 


dag 
doi nga 
ave invested 

id I'm doing 
Mii mber, when 
' president of the Asso 
ation of State Racing Com 
oners, I was in favor of 
ating high weights and 
ated tops of 130 pounds 
h a minimum of 110, or a 
of 20 pounds So 
nothing new in my 
assignments 


re me 


as 


whic 
© Uiniil 
ady 
wit 
spre id 
there s 
conception of 
t top-fi horses 
friend suggested 
> Swaps were st 
the 
{ oast 
had 
ticized 


ry) by 


ght 
that 
ress. 
point on the 
and their conten 
not been widely 


people 
same 
West 
tion 
cri 
said I was half right 

a month ago 

that Nashua’s 
re moving over 
ndthrift Farm. 
Keeneland, the 


’ 


track 


race 
ere was 
at Keene 
make his 
irance on 
Combs said, “we'll 


him once around the 
y 


not 


ets. 
sf 


‘asnua wil 
ile W 
it will 
at he 
ne 


be 
will 
anne 


*k 


an exhibition 

denied New 

tnat Nashua 

would not 
said if 
him 

ful 


York 
s 1956 
be tax- 
anybody 
how. he 
He also 
the matter 
but did 
he balance 

up to no tax 
City hopes to have 
during Septem 
Z out no defi 
arrival of 


he 


givir 

the 

Star 

the seaside 

ver, is confident 

It Will have the jockey com 

bine of Willie Hartack and 

Willie Shoemaker as a draw- 
ing card after Labor Day. 


MY INFORMANT also is 
empnatic regardi: the ap 
pe@rance here of Needles at 
this track. He contends the 
Derby -Belmont winner and 
leading candidate for the “2 
year-old champion of 1958” 
will be stabled here directly 
after his American Derby 
effort next weekend 

I'm also told Swoon’. Son 
another 3-year-old great. will 
head for this track at the 
close of Washington Park 
There chance Needles 

Sw Son can be 
ched. However. there are 


in the local book for 


Bel 
~ 


a 


aa . 


ity is agog 
Swaps, Hartack, Shoe. 
Needles and Sweon's 
socially, the big news 
is that Papa Kelly has re- 
ceived word from Princess 
Grace and Prince Rainier 
that they will be here for the 
United Nations Handicap 


about 
maker 
Son 


OT 


Rocca, Skull Murphy 
Wrestle Thursday 


tO has 
skull Mur 
nt of next 
restiing 


Arena 


Ca 
nhy 
Thurs 


Capitol 


ATI ANTIC CITY RESULTS 
Kildee i hoe 1 sy vi * ‘io 
Super ‘ 


13.40 r 
16.40 10.790 


son 


wei Rrou-sard 


1a.88 7 
568 4° 
in 
ried 
DOULRLE PAID 


rSTLY a7" 6.80 


+ 


Ww ASHINGTON RESULTS 


Side 


Poor John 
Ovicek Lad 
Bloody 


Red 


DAILY 

r ‘ ri 

Dec Walker 
Prespectin 
Silver Rebby 
}? er 


k Doge 
' 


Warrier 


a . 
Eterna 
"nr ncon {> 


Ong 
Wheel 


(Kerte 

(Skelly) 

shoemaker) 
G Y 


4 
13.40 7.00 4°96 
8.70 4.40 

>. 30 


Jo 


e Putt 


DOUBLE PAID 


5 


° : 
‘Adamse) 
(Shoemaker 
(Scurlock 


861.60 
7, 
,. 19 
7? 


a0 


1] 4% 
4°O 3.00 
5.°o 


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‘Shoemaker ) 
(Carstena) 


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Sor 
en 


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aNooran 

Roman Stripe 
Wi 


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Wise Fighter 


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Renner 


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(Church) 


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AErb) 
(Kerte 
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(Heckmann) 


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P : D t 


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Diavolercza 
Crewnette 


CHARLES 


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( jessep) 


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‘ $3 20 


ron: in 
SECOND 


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in 5 


program s, 


POW F Ro 


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ating 


Double 


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ear fs and u Cla 


4.40 5.99 @ 48: 


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4.49 =: 
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Cevper Kett'e Martack 


FOI RTH RACE 
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Bancurria 


Be 
4.56 3.26 2.40 


(Bewlmetis) 
Fabricater (LeBlanc) , 
Alsay Cedrus. Paint The Town 
nite or 

=~ €s: $100.000 
Smart ler onesen. 

Bett calbuta) 
Fine iGéeria) 

Mister tu Mano 
me Bardstown 


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NASHUA EXAMINED—Millionaire Nashua 
who was scratched from yesterday's $100,- 


000 race at Atlantic 


SARATOGA ne SU LTS 


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8 5 
a 


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aper Schwi ser) 
Combe 


Vegas Andersen) 


7 9 
(Atkinson) 
ey’ Rue Schwizer) 
venge Mikkenen) 

B ayne Hanna 
: 7 r » wT 


a S 


UPPER 
Aug. 
top independent stock car driv- 


ers 


DAILY DOUBLE PAID #64.10 


" AS . ia 
5.00 4.90 
6.50 


De'aun'y 5 
Walker) 
Masen 


necks Tuice 
ebel f eat 
ail Mount 
Ahea 


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3.90 


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Pe *. Palace Da 

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vi Double 


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) 6.49 4.78 
6.59 4.180 
7.30 

Tat Beau Diable 
Canadian Champ 


Born 


) ‘ mM s4c [ x 4 
Johnny Wheuse) is 
(Beland) 

r (Va enzwuela) 


Riles 
L K 


for 


“ top 
Re late-mode! 


will 
Motor Race 
noon for one of the season’s Davis will man the Fords 


Frankie 
Many oe oe Charlie Dyer, 
et. 7 russ. Strong Morgan, Elmo Langley, Roscoe Rouvte 301 in Upper Marlboro. 
" BG soon (Pappy) Hough, 
and Ray Davis will be on hand. 
Sam Hash of Allentown, 
ranked sixth 
Virginia Stock Car 
Club’s sportsman division will softpal! 
appear in the late-model show 
the 


currently 
Northern 


City after an attack 
of gastric colic is examined by Dr. George 


attractions — the 
tock car 
Such well-known drivers as with the feature slated to 
(Fireball) 


S 


first 


MARLBORD, 
1l1—Some of the Nation's will be Bobby Devine, 


appear 
way 


| A. Palmer of Laurel, 


INP So 
Md. The attack, 


indpho 


| Which at first seemed quite dangerous, 
| was cleared up in a few hours and Nashua 


Md., 


Marlboro 
after- 


at 
Sunday 


350-lap 
race. 


Schneider, 
Al Tasnady, Bill 
Bobby Devine 


Md.., 
in the 


time this season. 


Hash will be driving a 1955 


first 


33 60 14.80 5 
1.60 | 
‘ 


~ g@ 4 
Atkinson 
abe (Roland) 
ack Record Baile ) 
Ace? ' _? 


er 


has 
; 
) 


As 


Studebaker in the feature. 
time a 
been 
in the past races here ¢ 
this season, Sunday's marathon 


use 


the 
car of this type 
d in competition. 


eee me Mumsrer Ace, By Jeepers. -hanes up as another battle be- 


‘A 
. Quarter Deck 


s 


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" 
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$6.80 2.80 


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nae E—Ab 


84 AO 
_ $2.69 
7 


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Master 


(6) CREEK CREE 
(7) DEETZI 


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Herndon held 
Pu 


About 
air = 
Wi 
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(Palumbo 
(Gordon 


$3.40. $280; B 


BUN BRANDY $7 


-year-olds 
ériving 


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1° 16%, 


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ive nearin 


Winner 
Girt 


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Mere Town course. Purse. $1200 
at 2 


Mrs 
a 


responced wi 


» 2: 
Pishback. 


< . ; | 
Bailey? » 

mart Admiral Miguer) 

camperring sorensen) 


Paul and 
AY 


or: 


A aged a! 


SURE TO STAY 


‘Leba s 


oven hee $9 80 
A ns DO VER. $2 


liv 


unhu rrit qd te 
Tu 


: } fait: 
pet bn RAC +) bout 


Ford 


Expected 


Charles Town Charts 


4, 4 drew 
lied 
tered badly 


‘ 
a 


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Baby 
had nothing im reserve for the drive 
stretch 


sue 


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in Revenoc 
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a 19-20 R ne 
TONGA PRINCE Dear Rick 
Race 


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crew ciear near- 
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Diana 

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$10 


$8.4 


ng. Winn 
~Bibbies Choice ‘Trianed 
Jockey vie’: 
‘Rivera’ 113 
(Arduini) 


‘(Krats: 116 
40. 


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$4.20 


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r? idly 
in 


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SI7ee? wee @ 


be 00, $3.40; PHILLY Sany. 


after 


soon 
in 


reached at 


and ene-cizteen miles 
a 


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LOUDOUN LASS 
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nice. About i™% m 


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PISTOL 


clear 


tween the 1956 Chevrolet's and 
Fords. 
to its credit and Chevrolet has 
three 


has one victory 


hold up the 


to 


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B's 9 
9 . 
SHOT. $13 60 


raced Left 
scmething 


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to 


$1200. For 
b on oF a 


"502 " 
$7.90 
8.90 
1 004 
5.50 
9.30 
10 

52 
105 
$7.80. $4.00, 


start drew clear 
the stretch while win- 
rong contention enter- 
Over 
when 


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closed willingly 


Purse, 
a at 5:01, 
H. Dorsey's 


herry vit Trained i 


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Start wore 
held Revenooer 
tlinely and wes 
+ - lead at start 


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Start good 
Tabdier’s dk 
by J. Morris 


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$26.60. $8.40. $4.40; 
siways « Jorvers factor, 
by S| oe ouda 
Time. to stretch but “could nod tee 


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‘ime pace te stretch and hed a 


nothing ieft 


Bi WY 


put could sot wear 


On driving: p 
b 7 13% by Adaris 


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MASHOUDA. 83.06. | $2 40 


closed willingly on the 
through the’ ssretch 


hela on well 
| ye B yw > voresd 


is expected to be back soon. 


.. Nation’s s Top Drivers sConipetes 


= In Big Marlboro Race Today 


battle 
Hough. 
Langley, Harold Frankel and 


Der. Bill Morgan, Tasnady, 
Nace Mattingly, Schneider and 


Chevrolet side of the 


Time trials begin at 1:30. Fol- 
lowing the trials, two 10-lap 
qualifying heats will be held. 
get 
underway at 3 p. m 

The track —§ is 


located on 


just below the tobacco markets 


Softball Tourney 
The Washington 
Association tourna- 
ment will begin Monday at 
Taft Field, 6:30 p. m. Teams 
participating in the tournament ; 
include Myron Cowell, St. 
Cyprians, FBI, Chesapeake and 
Potomac Telephone Co., Civil "> 
ervice, Hedin, Pepco, Mara- 
thon Restaurant and L&L Con 
struction. 


Amatctur 


OhJohnnyWinsTraversby2 Lengths 


Tick Toek 
Second to 


$12.60 Shot 


SARATOGA SPRINGS, N 
Y., Aug. 11 ‘®—Hedley Wood 
house went through an opening 
along the rail at the of 
ancient Saratoga’s to 
day to save enough yardage to 
win the 86th running of the 
Travers, oldest stakes event 
run on an American track. 
Mrs. Wallace Gilroy's 
Johnny. 

It was almost two lengths 
back to Howell E. Jacksan’s 
Tick Tock at the end of the 
mile and a quarter race, which 
carried a value of $47,700 

Third place went to Bill's Sky 
Boy, a head back of Tick Tock 
and four and a half lengths in 
front of Greek Spy, the luke. 
warm cHoice with the crowd 
of 22,050. 


Pays $12.50 


Oh Johnny paid his backers 
$12.50, $6.40 and $4.70 across 
the board. 

The finish of the Travers was 
not as close as the betting by 
the big crowd would indicate 

It was only in the last flash 
of the board that 
settied on Greck S 
Christiana’s Ricci 
second choice, Tick Tock third 
and Oh Johnny fourth. There 
was only a difference of $1812 
between the first and the 
fourth choice. was the 
betting 


Needed All of It 


On Johnny, who had taken 
two stakes earlier in the year 
and was second in the Dwyer 
a few weeks ago. needed all the 
ground which was saved by 
Woodhouse’s daring move 
along the rail 

Eight! in the early running 
of the historic race. Woodhouse 
moved Oh Johnny into conten 
tion on the final turn and then 
Slipped through along the rail 
at the right moment to get the 
lead at the eighth pole 

Once In front Oh Johnny re 
sponded to all of Woodhouse’s 
whipping and shouting as 
opened his mar toward 
end of the race 

Oh Johnny's time 

mile and one-quarter 
moderate 2:06 1/5 


D.C, 
Whip Baltimere 
In Tennis. 6-3 


D. C.. defeated 
Baltimore, 6-3, in a women’s 
intercity tennis match yester- 
day at Kenwood Country Club 

Baltimore won the No. }] 
singles and doubles matches as 
Judy Devlin defeated Charlotte 
Decker, 6—1, 6—2, and Judy 
and her sister Sue defeated 
Nancy Corse and Zdenka Da- 
lecka, 6—1, 6—1. Washington 
won six of the seven remaining 
matches. 


SINGLES — Judy 
defeated Charlotte 
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WHIZ KID—Fred Wertman, 10, of New York 
City, shows the form he used to win the 50- 
meter breaststroke for boys ad and under in 


Tennis Doubles 
Powel, Shaw 
Surprise 


Lynches oe 


Swim Team 
Has Depth 
And Balance 


DETROIT, Aug. 11 (%—Amer- 
|iiean coaches sized up the new, 
young Olympic swimming and 

The unseeded team of Col.|diving* squad today and pre- 
Nick Powel and Eleanore'dicted Uncle Sam would do at 


Shaw upset second-seeded Mr. least as well at Melbourne as 
and Mrs. Hugh “--ch, 8—6, the 1952 team did at Helsinki. 


That's not an easy chore for 
6—1, yesterday in the second the team four years ago brought 
round of the annual Washing- pome eight gold medals (6 men, 
ton Golf and Country Club In-2 women) and outstanding 
vitation mixed doubles tennis swimmers have been developed 
since in Australia, Holland and 
" Sh Japan to match our newcomers 
= smal Major reason for the general 
nw egg ag ey here ve 
, owing the igniy successiu 
ogy ce ge — | gen 7 four-day trials was the depth 
Ralph (Buddy) Adair and Zad- and oe of the squad of 2 
enka Dalecka, and No. 4 seeded ™€" 29¢ 18 women. — 
Tom Reel and Charlotte Deck-- The girls, averaging 18.7 
er. The semifinals are today at years, in particular are vastly 
10:30 a. m. and the final is at improved over the ‘52 repre- 
2:30 p. m. sentatives, who won only two 
FIRST ROUND—Crayten (Ted) Rer- SOld medals, Mrs. Pat Keller 
well el pad © Carel Coolidge defeated T Ted McCormick collected both 
SS) Boe Trach defeated Jim Chase titles, for the springboard and 
= 


tournament. 

Col. Powel and 
later advanced to 
final round along with No. 


tlanne See Sil Demes ana Platform dives, and she's back 
Setontes | reat, a as our champion again better 
Vecondlien detested than ever and with a formid- 
aes) PA Fam able supporting cast. 
lis. 46—®6. 
- ond idee 7 efented Ernest Breen, Yorzyk Tops 


Hated Ct Riatce tans 
yeanere Geev| The men, who average 2) 
ond Marten years, are led by two great 
. leat ons inna world record holders, Buffalo's 
defeated Heowerd Comm George Breen in the 1500-meter 
Decker doteoted pict freestyle and Bill Yorzyk, 
Ss . See ‘Northampton, Mass., in the 200- 
—~ Eg meter butterfly, and a pair of 
dair and Daiecks defeated sensational divers, Gary To- 
a bian, Los Angeles in the plat- 
2. 6—1. Reel and Deckert form, and Don Harper, Palo 
ee ee Alto, in the springboard 
Breen, Yorzyk and Shelley 
Mann, who recently surpassed 
the world standard for the 100- 
meter butterfly, and the male 
and female springboard and 
platform divers, are rated al- 
most sure-shots for Olympic 
HOT SPRINGS, Va., Aug. 11 gold medals by the experts. 
UP ; Shelley, 18-year-old all-around 
The apteecmane* golf team star from Arlington, Va., cap- 
grabbed an easy 21-9 lead over tured the butterfly final in 
Virginia today at the halfway 1:12.33 but was nosed out for a 
two-day battle be- third- place berth in the 400 free- 
mere ms a te ’ style by Walter Reed Club 
tween the states. teammate, Susan (Dougie) 
Virginia's George Fulton Jr. Gray 16, in a thrilling finish 
of Roanoke, however, monopo-| The comely blonde Shelley 
lized the spotlight by firing a mae ee mee ee by — 
9 . os, ird in the meter tree 
niné-under-par 62 to establish vie. The Walter Reed S. C. 
a new competitive course rec: as is one of the seven 
ord for the 674U0-yard, par 71 double eventers on the team 
Cascades layout . of 40—22 men and 18 girls. 
Fulton's performance, marke 
by deadly putting, beat by one Double Winners 
Other two-eventers include 


stroke the old record set in 
1941 by Sam Snead Mrs. McC ormick, Breen and 
Wise-racking Billy Joe Pat- Hawaii's George Onekea in the 
ton of Morgantown, N. C., had 400 and 1500-meter freestyles: 
the day’s second-best round, Hawaiian Bill Woolsey in the 
shooting a two-under-regula- 100 and 400 freestyle; Marley 
tion 69. When Patton heard of Shriver, Glendale, Calif., in the 
Fulton's round, he cracked: 100 and 400-meter freestyle, 
“If I would've been playing and Mary Jane Sears, 16, Be- 
with him, I would've tossed him thesda, Md., in the butterfly 
in the creek, so help me I and 200-meter breaststroke. 
would have.” Betty Mullen Brey, Walter 
Playing with Harry Easterly Reed, and Kay Knapp, Terra-| 
Jr. of Richmond, Va., Fulton pin (Md.) Swim Club, also made 
and his partner had a best ball the team as members of the’ 
score of 59, 17 strokes better 400-meter freestyle relay team.’ 


than Ray Taylor’ and Harry “It's the best balanced team 
Welsh of North Carolina. in the world,” said Stan Tink- 
ham, 24-year-old women’s coach 
who tutors the fabulous Walter 
Norfolk ‘Reed Swimming Club from‘ 
Washington, D. C. 
” € 
WOMEN’S 100-METER BACKSTROKE 
Pilots Win sh riya Three C fer Team) 
b ti, 0; 38 Maereen ultnemah 
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Aug. Marching , Gee nee 
on Lafayette. iInd.. 
uderdale. , “rm Liss e 
Hughes, Norfglk pilots who are ie tnd ee seein AC. 1;18h O. woot 
high point men in their respec- Mardy. wrheles. erp rRecervis | 
tive classes, scored victories in _e a AL 
the Golden Jubilee regatta held ! , 
on Linkhorn Bay at the Cava- Hy ot ee Re ‘ 
Peters. Philadelphia. 
elt. Vesper &. C.. 
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day. s. Arms. 19: as i 
Simpson piloted his Fire Pow- a News Haven. Conn 
er toa two straight-heat triumphs WOMEN'S 
to capture top honors in the (First Three Chesen for T 
DU runabout class, and Hughes wisningies 


Annie Lom 
and Charlot 
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Fulton Shoots 
Record 62 


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poll for Ten!) 

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lier Yacht and Country Club to- Frank | Bren 

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drove Honey Don't to two vic- coors. alter ae . ag. , 
toriés to take first place in the 4. Betty . Welter Reed Aan 
D stock avere division. Buy » Sovee 
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the President's Cup Swimming Regatta at East 
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Fred also took first place in the 50-meter back- | 


100-1 METER BUTTERFLY | 


A busy young man, | 


'President’s Cup Swimming 


New York Boy, 2 Area 
Girls Win Trophies 


By Mark Hannan . 


Over two hundred Aqua-Tots, ages ten and under, dove into 
the waters of East Potomac Park Pool yesterday with a New 
Yorker and two area girls making the biggest splash in the 
All-Kiddie phase of the 1956 President's Cup Regatta Swim- 
ming and Diving championships. 

The New Yorker, ten-year-old Fred Woertman of the Knicker- 
bocker Swim Club, won three titles in his age bracket with 
victories in the 50-meter freestyle, backstroke and breast- 
stroke. 

In competitive swimming for only three years, the powerful 
stroking Woertman scored 18 points to tie Richmond's George 
Morgan for the Boys’ High-Score trophy ‘ 

Morgan scored three wins” = — 
last night and set two new 
American records in the proc- 
ess. Duplicate trophies will be 
2 awarded the youngsters. 

The two area girls, Judy Pan.- 
neton of the Takoma Swim 
Club and Myra Michaels of 
Walter Reed also tied for the 
High Score trophy in. the girls’ 
division. 

Youngest winner was four- 


Today’s Schedule 


‘At East Potemac Park Peel) 
100-Meter Breaststroke fer Men 
100-Meter Breastetroke for Wemen 
Preestyle fer n 
Preestyvie fer Women 
Backstroke fer Men 
Backstroke for een 
Rotterfiy fer ™M 
Butterfir fer Wem 

Trephy Event—14-Meter Freestyle 

lay for reer 
Trepby Even an. wastes Indi- 
viduals — Wom 


year-old Mary Jane Phelps who qa CHAMPIONSMIP—1, Gass 
swam unattached and wunop- (‘Beltimere) 52 — George (Bal- 
posed in the 25-meter freestyle. timers) 5 i, pace IDENT s‘Cur “REGATTA 

American record holder CHAMPIONS HIPS— Rice Maschine: 
Wanda Warner of the. Walter Yerk) 

Reed Swim Club will lead a a -- —~ - +. ten Gas 
host of topnotch swimmers in ( : me 

the senior division today at Unehs reh} sy a (Walter 
the East Potomac Park pool mEN’s DisTRICT LAU. SENIORS 
starting at 6 p. m., Jim Morris ~-Lonbeord:, 1, Warne jenncen Am: 
of _— and ae Baltimore ae Md.) 
Knights of Columbus relay 

team will defend their regatta ®*ivelr); 3. Ss 
championships in the 10-event 

program . 

In the diving 
which ended early 
morning, Rico Maschino of St 
Petersburg, Fla., and Kathy 
Fulenwider of Jacksonville, 
gave sparkling exhibitions to $e") *.(* 
win Junior Nationa] Diving 50- METER BUTTERFLY FOR GIRLS 
championships of the United | A RY By — -8. 
States. ume 4 /LL-KIDDIE RESULTS 

Maschino, a 17-year-old high (East Potemac Park Pool) 
school student, amassed 157.88 
points to win the highboard ! ~ 
title easily. Second be mom went me. 25 Ponneten: 8 
to Catholic University’s Dick greys ETER “BREASTSTROKE — 
Aman who edged Dan Davis of rt; %, Marita Gavaghan 
the Knickerbocker Swim Club, Marie Conrey. Time S800 
132.86 2/3 points to 126.67. 


Sanpous 


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(amattached); 4. Diane | 4 


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a Teacue 

a “_amatea 


JUNTORS 

tioces ereh; 7 

haecls 

™ | JUNIORS— 
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competition 5 : Lewbe 


2 Steve Paddack: 
Saturday *. Bill Barnes; 3. Dick Lahde (Unat- 
tached) 


ALL. KIDDIE aeewese 
t Brook 
OMETE 


GIRLS (it? and ender)—1, 
; = cores teh 3. 


udy Panne. 
Denna Stom- 


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25- METER FREESTYLE FOR BOYS 
wy 4 under)——!i. Gregery eet 
Petite Miss Fulenwider was “Barahard) 3, “Chris” Barnhard. 
just as impressive as her fellow ~ s5- ME TER FREESTYLE FOR GIRLS 
, Ai " (4 and ender)—Mary yan Pheips (on! 
Floridian in. capturing the contestant). Fim ary Jane only 
woman's lowboard title. The OoMETER BREASTSTROKE FoR 
. BOYS (10 and under)—t. Fred oert- 
15-year-old diver scored man: 2. Charles Ewing: 3. John dais 
123.482 points to beat out Bar- },,.,** paewennen: 5, Reber Alimes 
bara Woertman of the Knicker- . ae R BREASTSTROKE FoR x 
. . n eTie 
bocker Swim Club and Ann ister Geoten: & ft 
Blades of the Woman's Swim- 
ming Club of New York 
Wayne Johnson of the Am- 
basasador Swim Club won the 
DC.A.A.U. senior lowboard 
while his protege Sara Watt 
won the Woman's D.C.A.A.U. 
senior lowboard championship. 
JUNIOR NATIONAL DIVING CHA 
PIONSHIP FOR MEN aes 
(St. Petersbers. 
Aman ‘Cathelic 
(Ratehorsooker Swim CC! 
JUNI NATION AL DIVING CHAM. 
PION SHIP FOR WOMEN —1. 
~~ (dasheomettin Fia.}. 
Weertman (Knickerbocker 
Seim ‘Cheb. New Fork, 7 Aas Bee 


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WOMEN'S PRESIDENT. “CUP REGAT. 


Nelle F 


nd i—f, Stewe Acces 
MeDonsid 3. Jav Schwarteman: 
5. Meaerice Pildridce 


Time conds 
°h-METER veeesT vis FOR GIRLS 
(‘6 and under) . Debbie Rertheld 
Nenecry Altman: =i Sally Hecht: 4 rie 
tueren x Boge and Kathiern 


Tim 
rR BAC KSTROKE FOR BOYS 
. Pred Weertman °. 
us : 3. John D'Angelo: 4, 
- Hornsieth . Patrick MeDenald. 
sece 


. nds 
56- METER BAC KSTRPOKE ron crm Ss 
(10 and ender)—!. Myra Michaels 
Marcaret Black a. The RH, ‘Sharon 
- Hewitt and Latimer Gerden;: 5. Diane 
ct. Moerris ime 4 
°5-METER BACKSTROKE ee. BOYS 
(‘8 and ender)—t!, Allen Ca 
ardew: %. Je wards; 


5. Leonard Galtecsi. Time 23.3 


POVICH—From P. C-l 


This Macey i 


nine homers. The test will come in September, a month Ruth 
celebrated by hitting 17... The most colorfully named pro 
football player is the Baltimore Colts’ halfback, L. G. “Long 
Gone” Dupre... Mike Souchak, now a big winner on the 
circuit, was ready to quit pro golf in 1953 when his year's 
purses arounted to only $197.50. Mrs. Souchak now drives a 
Cadillac ... Hollywood in thé Pacific Coast League is luring 
fans with a new promotional gimmick. Any customer who 
stands at home plate before the game and throws a ball 
through a three-inch hole in a board at second base gets a 
$100,000 prize. 


SWAPS, holder of five world records, must be bridling at 
the suggestion Nashua is the better horse. The usually tract- 
abie coit has been taking vicious kicks‘at his groom >. . The 
Red Sox paid a $60,000 bonus to Billy Consolo who has been 
in 32 games, got to bat six times, and is hitting .000... 
Gunther's, which will sponsor the Orioles’ games next season, 
is trying to lure Bob Elson from the White Sox games as its 
play-by-play man... It was four years ago, when the winner's 
purse in the World Championship at Tam O'Shanter Club 
was raised to $25,000, that Cary Middlecoff cracked, “Now 
they've reached my choking price.” Middlecoff was in it again 
this week despite the fact the prize was upped to $50,000, and 
not choking ... Carlos Paula, who demonstrated he couldn't 


play the outfield for Chuck Dressen, is playing third base | 


very well and hitting 344 at Louisville to lead the American 
Association . . . National Bohemian beer, which pays the 
Griffiths $350,000 a year for the TV-radio rights to the Nats’ 


C-| games, didn't ask for an exclusive for its product when the 
| team got a license to sell beer in the park. Five nationally | 


known brands will be sold ... If the Cleveland Indians don't | 


stroke. The kiddies meet was a special part of 
the program. The championships close today Dichewtonn thus teak ever bn 
after a three-day run. 


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Title Today 


| SOUTH ORANGE, N. 
‘Aug. 11 ‘®—Ham Richardson 
continued his conquest of the 
touring Australian tennis con- 
tingent today when he defeated 
Ashley Cooper, 6—3, 6—3, 4—6, 
10—8, to move into tomorrow's 
i final of the Eastern grass court 
tournament against Neale Fra- 
ser, another Aussie. 

Fraser polished off Vic Seix- 
as, the top-seeded American 
player 8&6, 6—2, 11—9 in 
the other men’s semifinal while 
Louise Brough and Althea Gib- 
son advanced to the women’s 
final. 

Cooper became Richardson's 
third 
tim since the Westfield, N. J., 
bridegroom, the No. 7 ranking 
U. S. player, ousted Roy Emer- 
son and Ken Rosewall in pre- 
vious matches. 


. | 


With Seixas losing té Fraser| 


Jim McNemara, Steff Photosrapher — like Cooper one of Australia’s 
second-line Davis Cuppers be- 


hind Rosewall and Lew Hoad—| 


the logical first choice for the 
Davis’ Cup challenge round 
against the Aussies in Decem-' 
ber. 

Richardson never lost his 
service as he swept into a two- 
set lead on Copper. Ham fal- 
tered in the third set, only to 

irally after being down, 5—2, 

‘in the fourth and (finished 

‘Cooper with a pair of netted 

service returns in the 18th 
1. game. 

Sexias played poorly in los- 
ing his first match with Fraser 
in six meetings. Only in the 
third’ sét did the Philadelphia 
veteran stroke sharply, rally- 
ing from a 5—2 deficit to win 
three straight games. 

In the women’s matches, top- 
seeded Miss Brough, Beverly 
Hills, Calif., bounced out Dar- 


—_—- — — — 


Rogers Routs 
Olin Ellis in 
D.C. Tennis 


| Ted Rogers, seeded No. 
routed Olin Ellis, 6—0, 6—0, 
yesterday at East Potomac 
courts as play began in the ar 
nual District of Columbia men’s 
tennis championships. 

Larry Middlekamp surprised 
veteran campaigner Clay Coss, 

—3, 6—1, and then ousted 
Earle Brown, 6—1, 6—2, to lead 
the field into the third round. 

Phil Neff, seeded No. 3, &—2, 3—6, 6—1 and Miss Gib- 
rallied to defeat former 80n, New York City, eliminated 
George Washington University Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode, 
star Mickey Boteler, 1—6, Forest Hills, ie es o—7, 6—3, 
6—4, 6—0. 6—1. 

Other seeded players Al Tal- 
kin, Doyle Royal, Kindy Kehoe 
and Bob Davis also advanced. 

Singles play resumes today 
at 10 a. m. Doubles matches 
begin at 1 p. m. 

PRELIMINARY ROUND 

Otte Fite defeated Ed Walters. 6—1!. 
I— am Harvey ed 
Dreite ~ ym 
feated David Teoneu®. 


Ferris defeated Reon Maddox. 6 
aa | moaseh defeated Bill "Grady. o—? 


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Don Leavens. Staton 


Gain Tennis Final 


ORANGE, Va., Aug. 11—Don 
Leavens of McLean, Va., and 
» No. 3 seeded Jack Staton of St. 

. Petersburg, Fla., today gained 
—s the final round of men’s sin- 

Smal prods. =. gles in the annual Blue Ridge 
y= & West de- Invitation tennis champion- 
Lee Pps: 3 s- &—*- Gene ships at Woodberry Forest Inn 
M defeated Merle Goliss. Leavens defeated Paul de 
sin Hertelendy of Chevy Chase, 
Md., 6—3, 6—2. Staton ousted 
Cmdr. Richard Williams of Ar- 
lington, Va., 6—4, 6—2. 


=a 


Sewell. 7 
Strawitnsk! defeated Stan Petrulis +. 
o—! Pevten Heward defeat 
Jafice. 6—8. §—!I. rerald 


Baulloc 
fea Arthur Selanne. 5—7. 7—4. 


" —S. 
Ted hemes defeated Eari Hert. 6—4, 
bn 


Cooper, Fraser Ousts. Seixas 


Across The Net 


Ry Bob Alden 


straight Australian vic-) ¥ 


lene Hard, Montebello. Calif... 


BELMAR GUNDERSON, the area’s highest ranking na- 


| tional player, is suffering from infectious mononucleosis and 
| will likely miss this year's national championships. . 


. Belmar 


has been ordered by doctors to lie flat on her back for the 


next three weeks .. 


. She returned 


home Friday night frome Fort Meade 
Hospital after a 12-day observation 


and treatment period... 


It was origi- 


nally feared Belmar was suffering 


from polio... 
mononucleosis during the recent 


by 


Pennsylvania 
court championships... 
sis is a glandular fever... 


She was struck down 


State womens grass 
Mononucleo- 
Belmar 


is assured of a No. 2 ranking in the 
area for finishing runnerup to Donna 
Floyd in the Middle Atlantic wom- 
en's clay court championships . 


Belmar 
set of 1 


red the biggest tennis up 
when she surprised top- 


seeded Louise Brough in the United 
States championships at Forest Hills 


Belmar Gunderson 


next month, 


cartilage in-her left leg. 


par in golf and won national *——— 


honors for her play in soft- 
ball and field hockey, had the 
cartilage removed several 
years ago... She has been 
active until now... She is 
the protege of Sheraton-Park 
pro Allie Ritzenberg and 
daughter of Col. and Mrs. 
Clarence H. Gunderson .. 

Col. Gunderson is stationed 
with the chemical corps at 
Ft. Meade. 


JEANNETTE GRADY, who 
grew up near the tennis 
courts at Newport, R. I., is 
delighting Edgemoor players 
with the new forehand and 
backhand strokes she has in- 
vented ... Fred McNair, one 
of the area’s three best men’s 
singles players and the area's 
foremost doubles player, may 
be through with competitive 
tennis for the year... Me- 
Nair pulled a leg muscle 
water-skiing last Sundwy at 
Mountain Lake Park, Md., 


after winning the Western | 


Maryland men’s singles 
championship over Phil Neff 

. Fred, who spent most of 
this week in bed after his 
first water-skiing experience, 
hopes to return to play in a 
few weeks ... Col. M. A. 
Erana, an experienced mixed 


| doubles player, was asked to 
| fill in as a lady in a recent 


ladies’ day doubles round- 
robin at Edgemoor .. . Col. 
Erana and Fran Price pro- 
ceeded to win the event, but 
the ladies voted not to give 
Erana the trophy since he 
didn’t wear a skirt. 

MRS. JEANNE HUBBARD, 
manager of the Middle At 
lantic Junior Wightman Cup 
team, this week made selec- 
tions for this year’s team 


| which she calls a strong one | 


Her performance earned her 
No. 14 ranking in the nation... 
is suffering the first serious illness of her life 
. She gas been previously sidelined from tennis by a torn 
Belmar, who has shot women’s 


Belmar, who will be 22 


. Donna Floyd, who last 
year won the United States 
15-and-under girls’ champion- 
ship and who this year cap- 
tured the Middle Atlantic 
and Middle States women’s 
clay court championships, 
will play No. 1 Bonnie 
Loving of Farmington, Va., 
is No. 2; Patricia Hubbard, 
No. 3; Nancy Gates, No. 4, 
and Baltimore’s McGregor 
Stewart, No.5... The alter- 
nate singles player is Bar- 
bara Brantley of Suffolk, Va., 
who caused a controversy in 
Virginia high school circles 
last spring by playing on the 
Suffolk High boys’ team and 
winning most of her matches 
: She's been banned to 
play in future interscholastic 
boys’ matches. 


SHORT VOLLEYS — Bob 
Reid, who conducted the 
Blue Ridge Invitation tourna- 
ment this weekend at Wood- 
berry Forest Inn, was the No. 
3 ranking junior player in 
Maryland a quarter-century 
ago ... The leading men's 
singles players in Reid's na- 
tive Baltimore area in those 
days were veterans Alphonso 
Smith, Henry Barclay, Alex 
Keiles and Eddie Jacobs, who 
all still play competitive ten- 
nis in the area... Virginia 
Betz, older half of a well- 
known sister tennis combina- 
tion, this week attained the 
best performance of her cur- 
rent Eastern tour... She 
and Alex Keiles gained the 
finals of the Western Mary- 
land mixed doubles before 
losing to Ralph (Buddy) 
Adair and Nancy Corse... 
Her little sister, Pauline, a 
tennis player of some note 
herself, is tennis professional 
at Edgemoor Club, 


FIRST ROUND 
Ned Breen Sqpentes Den Moerrissen. 
i. 6—0 Fred ene defeat ed Bron- 
King Getauhea. ‘Paul Cotes ateqtes 
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Billy Fe ag KR defeated 
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Floyd Gains | 
Cavalier Final 


VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Aug. 
ll (» — Defending champion 
Wade Herren of Birmingham, 
Ala., and Don Floyd of Arling- 
ton, Va., today fought their 
way into tomorrow's final of the 
seventh annual Cavalier Invita- 
tional tennis tournament. 

Herren disposed of two foes 
today, downing Henry Foss, a 
Washington attorney, 6—2, 
6—2, in the quarter-finals and 
then whipping Leif Beck of 
Silver Spring, Md., 6—4, 6—4, 
in the semifinals 

Floyd, 1955 Virginia State 
champion, turned back fourth- 
seeded Joe Davis of Nashville, 
Tenn., Tennessee state champ 
and former Vanderbilt star, 
6—2, 60. 

Beck had gained the semi- 
finals by trimming Bernard Se- 
gall of Portsmouth, Va., 6—3. 
6—1. Davis eliminated Saul 
Liebowitz, George Washington’ 
University star from Norfolk, | 
7—5, 3—6, 6—4. Floyd won his 
‘quarter-finals match yesterday. ' 

Mrs. Raymonde Jones of Ft.| 
Monroe moved into the finals 
of the women's singles division 
against Mrs. Ann Gray of | 
Washington. The second-seeded 
Mrs. Jones defeated Mrs. 
James Russ of Richmond 6—1, 
6—0. Mrs. Gray)the No. 1 seed, | 
downed Bonnie Loving of Char- 
lottesville, Va., 6—0, 6—1. 


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SUNDAY, 


AUGUST 


1956 


12, 


Ci 


Bear Chase Enlivens Hike 


By Grant Conway 


Member. Appalachian Trail Club 


HERE WAS CONWAY, rid- 
ing Trigger and dragging old 
Hot Rod. This scene along 
the Hoh River in Olympic 
National 
Park, Wash- 
ington, ap- 
peared a 
little unreal. 

The trip as 
originally 
pianned 
called for a 
4-day back- 
packing trip 
along the 
cOastal strip 
of the Olym- 
pic Peninsula with Justice 
William O. Douglas and Au- 
gust Slather of Forks, Wash 
ington. This trip was can- 
celled because of Douglas’ 
hospitalization in Portland, 
Ore 

“Why don't you accompany 
Ted Sullivan on his pack trip 
to supply the trail clearers 
at Elk Lake,” suggested Fred 
J. Overly, Olympic Superin- 
tendent 

Ted loaded the two horses 
in the trailer at Elwha ranger 
station below Hurricane 
Ridge and we proceeded to 
the Hoh to pick up the third 
horse at the rangér station. 
The horse corral was 
equipped with gates but no 
fences, With Ranger John 
Henneberger, the Hoh 
Ranger, we scoured the wil- 
derness of for three hours 
without finding the horses. 

NEVER claiming to be the 
equestrian type, our fgilure 
to find a horse was & = for 
an old walker like me. If I 
had ridden the 18 miles to 
Elk Lake, I wouldn't have 
been able to walk back. Since 
Ted didn't like to ride stead- 
ily, we took turns riding 
Trigger and dragging the 
plodding packhorse 

The trail to Elk Lake fol- 
lowed the Hoh River through 
groves of mammoth Douglas 
fir, red cedar, Sitka spruce. 

New trees grew from the 
fallen giants The rain 
forest, with 200 inches of 
r-infall a year, was lush with 
dripping moss and there 
were several varieties of high 
fern in the dell. (That French 
movie actor must have been 
named for a place like this.) 

Trigger, a range horse 
bearing a brand, picked his 
wavy carefully on the steep 
switch-backs above the Olym- 
pus guard station. We were 
nearly across a narrow 30- 
foot-long footbridge before I 
realized that the water was 
c7scading 100 feet-below in 
the deep chasm. 


“TRIGGER ruined one of 
our packers. He shied at a 
white sign along the trail and 
threw him fnto the gorge,” 
Sullivan commented casually. 
Fortunately for the riders of 
Trigger, white trail signs are 
practically nonexistent in the 
Park. Only a few  bear- 
clawed signs dating from the 
National Forest tenure re- 
main. The shorthanded Park 
Service concentrated on 
roads and developments 
along the roads, and the in- 
terior remains a wilderness. 
Of the 650.000 visitors in 1954, 
it.is estimated that less than 
10,000 ventured more than a 
mile from 4 road 

At Elk Lake, Ted and I 
alternated in casting a non- 
descript dry fly with frayed 
wings. The end telescope of 
his steel pole was missing 
and I never did master the 
technique of casting with the 
short pole. However, the fish 
were hungry and Ted soon 
caught his limit of 10. I was 
rewarded with nine eastern 
brook trout between 8 and 
12 inches long before Ted 
departed alone on his return 
trip with the horses 


Conway 


A RAIDING black bear en- 
tered the Elk Lake camp. 
The emergency trail] boys, 
Dick McLane and Roger Ad- 
delman had weekend dates 
in Sequim, 75 miles away and 
lost no time breaking camp 
early Saturday morning. I 
stalked the bear with my cam- 
era on the downtrai! at a dis- 
tance of 100 feet. The bear, 
watching me with his head 
turned over his shoulder, a)- 
most bumped into Morris 
Potter. Bruin did a backward 
somersault, ran in my direc- 
tion for 25 feet, until] he 
found a way up the steep 
bank 


DEAN POTTER, his wife, 
Marjorie and his brother 
Morris of the Grays Harbor 
region had hiked to Elk Lake 
to fish, having spent the 
night at the Olympus guard 
station nine miles down the 
trail. After fishing a couple 
of hours, they planned to 
walk another 18 miles. The 
two husky loggers were car- 


Reve! Craft Outboard Cruisers 


nd «(tr 
Whatedase Pr days 


THE BOAT CENTER 


"3 Georgia Ave _ 


Boat Directory. 


Hikers travel heavy in Olympic National 


* Park. Dean Potter (center) and his brother, 
Morris, carried these 70-lb. packsacks on a 


rying 65-70-pound packs of 
canned goods, double-bitted 
axe and other heavy objects 
They had enough food for a 
week. 

Dean was wearing rubber 
hip boots. Before departing, 
he cut the heels off Marjorie’s 
shoes to ease the tension on 
her blisters. She was carry- 
ing a 35-pound pack which 
was as heavy as mine. I hope 
that they made it home. 


BOB MASON. Bill Camp- 
bell and Dick Hubley of the 
Meteorology Department, 
University of Washington, 
were camped on the te rminal 
moraine of Blue Glacier, 
three miles above Elk Lake 
There were no signs of life 
around the camp when Ted 
Sullivan dropped their *sup- 
plies from a plane on the 
glacier early the seme morn- 
ing we started up the Hoh 

It was snowing on tho 
mountain. Interested in their 
research project and welfare. 
I decided to join them. Sul! 
van advised watching for o'd 
saw cuts in the logs which 
would indicate the uncleared 
trail through the avalanches 
above F.lk Lake. Wtih a gain 
of 1000 feet altitude above 
Elk Lake, the uncleared ava- 
lanche alleys became wider 
and the snow deever, with 
trees four and five feet in di- 
ameter tossed about like 
match sticks. 


AFTER floundering for a 
half hour in the soft snow of 
a fresh avalanche without 
finding any sawed logs as 
trail guides, I decided that 
it wasn’t a good place to be 
alone. 

The snow was melting and 
the next express slide from 
the snowfields above was un- 
predictable. My interest in 
the glacial camp and their 
studies of rainfall, winds and 
glacial movements waned. |! 
returned to Elk Lake to pan- 
fry some trout before start 
ing the descent to the Hoh 
next day 

Little of my dried food was 
consumed on the trip. Sal- 
mon berries grew in the 
lower reaches, and the trout 
responded readily. The Pot- 
ters left a trail of extra 
canned goods, and the trail- 
crew left the meat which they 
had ordered without sam- 
pling it. Food was so plenti- 
ful that the meat was left for 
the bear and wildcat. 


Trio Take Big Haul 
Off Solomons Isl. 


A CATCH of 125 blues and 
120 jumbo croakers, weigh- 
ing up to 3% pounds, re- 
warded the efforts of Joseph 
Ball, Charley Kolakoski and 
G. E. Brooks off Solomons 
Island on Aug. 9. Capt Roho- 
die Langley guided them in 
his boat, Annie B 


Box Seats on Sale 
For Cup Regatta 


RESERVED box seats for 
the 2-day powerboat races of 
the President's Cup Regatta 
Sept. 15-16 are on sale at 
Régatta headquarters. 1616 
K st. nw. Sale of unreserved 
seats starts Sept. 1. 


one-day, 
trav eled ° 


Rod and Gun News 
Wildlife Service 
Hunting Dates. 


By Don Car 
WILDLIFE Service 


FISH & 
for doves. woodcock, rails an 
son. For the three rds, 
begin cne-half 


; 
> 
iasS 


hour bef 


sec. all 
for mo 
noon (EST) 
these birds 
hour before 

Bag and 
Flyw 


Fe. 
- aggregate) 
Session 


Carpenter 


Hunting dates 
aware rails and gallinules Sept. 1 to Nov. 9: 
District of 
l to Oct. 
Olina Sep 
V 


woddcock. Nov. 15-Dec. 24: 
Mary and rails, Sept 
24: North Car 
rails will be legal Sept. 1-N: 
Virginia rails, Sept. 15 to Oct 
West Virginia rails, Oct. 12-De 
Frances M. Trigger, Wash- 
ington Grove, Md. writes: 
where can 1 get on a party 
boat, when I dont have 
enough people to make up 
my own party? Answer: you 
will find head boats at Rod 
& Reel Club, North Beach 
They leave every day and 
several times on weekends 
Similar boats run at nearly 
all p pular ocean resorts 
such as Ocean City, Md., The 
Piscies is one. Atlantic City, 
Forked River, and Brielle, 
|. J.. also have such boats. 
Most anglers going on them 
use regular fresh water cast- 
ting equipment with nylon 
lines. However, a few still 
use the antique, heavy two- 
piece boat rod to derrick 
their catch int } 


season. 


to Dec 


o the sack be- 
fore it has a chance to fight 

Light spinning tackle re- 
quires more time to make a 
catch Dut is more fun. I have 
taken 12-pound fighting blue- 
fish on New Jersey's famous 
Barnegat Ridge (now hot as 
a pistol) and must say its the 
most sport I ever had chum- 
ming 


THE 1956 hunting season 
should be good locally for 
rabbit, quail and squirrel 
Deer and dove shooting 
should be good also, but I 
think the rail and woodcock 
shooting will be poor this 
year. | 

Wild turks are shy and get 
more scarce yearly because 
of the pressure of increased 
hunting. There are still some 
turkeys left in the Wood- 
bridge area of Virginia. 


ON THE CHESAPEAKE, 
bluefish trolling is still the 
top news: Last 
between 3 p. m. and dark 
Freddie Porton. Theodore 
McKallor Charlie Zimmer- 
ley and Joe Guiallano fishing 
on the Gale D skippered by 
Capt. Jean of the Rod and 
Reel Club at North Beach. 
caught 51 fighting bluefish 
on light tackle using No. 17 
spoons with white feathers 
The blues weighed from one 
to two pounds each 


Wednesday ’ 


> 


ore sunrise and exten 
In Maryland, \ 
d the two Carolinas, 
iring or turtle 
until 
may be 
sunrise 
possession 
iy States are: 
possession R° 
bag and possession. 
will be 10 daily or 20 


la 
> 


31: woodcock Nov 


By Grant Conway 


25-mile “stroll.” Marjorie Potter 
‘light, 2 with only 35 pounds. 


Names 


06-97 


‘penter 


has announced hunting dates 
gallinules for the 1956-57 sea- 
the legal shooting period will 


d until sunset. 
Delaware, Tennes- 
shooting hours 
doves will be from 
In West Virginia 
taken from one-half 
to sunset 


irginia, 


sunset 


for Atlantic 
Daily bag, woodcocks 4, 
rails and gallinules-sora 25 
All others (singly or in 
in p »sS- 
for nearby states: Del- 
Columbia, no open 
20: woodcock, Nov. 15 
t. 1 to Nov. 8; Pennsylvania 
9; woodcock Oct. 8Nov. 16: 
19-Dec. 28: 


20: woodcock, Oct. 12-Nov. 20. 


Racin g Notes || | 


STONEY Creek 
Club will hold its second 
annual regatta at 11 a: m. 
today at the Maryland Yacht 
Club, Fairview, Md. Classes 
will be POD’s E Racing and 
44 cu. in. Runabouts, and 48, 
135, 136, 225 and 266 hydros. 


OLD DOMINION Boat 
Club’s Linda Youngs, Chesa- 
peake Bay Women's Sailing 
Champion, will enter the 
Semi-Finals for the North 
American Women's Sailing 
Championship Tuesday, Aug. 
14, at the Atlantic Highlands 
Yacht Club on 
Bay Mary Jolly 
ington and Judy Heintz of 
Cumberstone, Md. will 
serve as crew 
THE PRESIDENT’S Cup 
Regatta Association has re- 
ceived three more positive 
entries in unlimited competi- 
tion, it was announced by 
Henry Burroughs, chairman. 
Latest entries are the Cana- 
dian Miss Supertest, and the 
Detroit boats Gale V and 
Gale VI Gale IV, 1954 
Presidents Cup winner, still 
holds the all-time Regatta 
record, 91.78 mph. 


Chimney Rock Now 
An Historic Site 


CHIMNEY ROCK in Ne- 
braska, historic Oregon Trail 
landmark, is now a National 
Historic Site. The capical 
column, which rises 500 feet 
above and a short distance 
south of the North Platte 
River, is little changed in ap- 
pearance from what it was 
when viewed by westward- 
bound wagon trains a century 
ago. The Site contains 80 
acre 


Racing 


Sandy Hook | 
of Wash- | 


The Naturalist 


W hat’s in the Name? 
The Song’s the Thing! 


By Irston R. Barnes 


President 

WHAT'S in a name? Would 
a bird by any 
sing as cheerfully? 

Earlier generations knew 
many of our familiar birds 
by quite different names. 
Often these é¢arlier or collo- 
quial names were, highly ap- 
propriate to the appearance 
or behavior of the bird; more 
appropriate, frequently, than 
the currently accepted name 

Can you recognize the 
familiar birds to which the 
following 20 names belong? 
If you know your birds well, 
you should have no difficulty. 

Wild canary, summer yel- 
low-bird, summer red-bird, 
firebird, fire hang-bird, 
ground robin, wood robin, bee 
martin, sand martin, mud 
swallow, fan-tailed flycatcher, 
cherry-bird, rice-bird, buffalo 
bird, yellow-hammer,’ rain 
crow, grasshopper hawk, 
black and yellow warbier, 
black and white creeper, gold- 
en-crowned thrush 


THE WILD CANARY sings 
a sweet, canary-like musical 
warble from thistle, weed 
spike or tree-top. It looks like 
a canary—black and yellow 
in summer and yellowish 
green in winter. It is the gold- 
finch. 

Summer yellow-bird is a 
typical descriptive name in 
the familiar country style. 
While it does not suggest the 
bird’s family, is there any 
doubt that this is the yellow 
warbler? 

Summer red-bird does not 
fit the cardinal, for they are 
with us all year. The only 
other all red (or rose) bird 
is the summer tanager 

Fire-bird can only fit the 
scarlet tanager—its scarlet 
representing the flame; its 
black wings and tail, the 
smoke 

Fire hang-bird was the first 
name I knew for the Balti 
more oriole. Hang-bird de- 
scribes the deep hanging nest 
and fire matches the bird's 
bright orange and black 
plumage. 


GROUND ROBIN is the 
towhee, always a bird of the 
low shrubs and ground in 
bushy places and at the 
wood'’s margin. The chestnut 
of its flank nearly matches 
the robin’s breast 

Wood robin is the name by 
which many country folk in 
New England still know the 
wood thrush. 

Bee Martin suggests a swal- 
low or a flycatcher. Bee-catch- 
ing is a habit of some king- 
birds, although most king 
birds find only an occasional 
bee near their lookouts 

Sand martin is a common 
name for the bank swallow. 


other name 


Audubon Society of the District of Columbia 


Bank swallows, like purple 
martins, nest in colonies, ex- 


cavating their nest holes in. 


sandy banks. 

Mud swallow might seem to 
fit either barn or cliff swal- 
lows, for both build with 
mud. in fact, the name ap- 
plies only t6 the cliff swal- 
low ,which builds an elabo- 
rate gourd-shaped nest of 
mud under bridges or high 
under the eaves of unpainted 
buildings 


FAN - TAIL E D fiycatchers 
snatch insects on the wing 
and typically fan their tails 
to help make quick turns. 
The beautiful and lively 
black-and-orange redstart has 
a clear right to the name 

Cher-y-bird certainly fits 
the cedar waxwing, with its 
passion for cherries and all 
small fruits. The cherry is 
often used as a display picce 
ahd is passed back and forth 
betwee:: a mate! pair or 
among a threesome or four- 
some 

Rice-bird or reed-bird is a 
name that has long been ap- 
plied to the larga. flocks of 
bobolinks that migrate along 
the South Atlantic coastal 
plain about the time the rice 
is harvested. Feeding on the 
ripe grain or on gileanings, 
they were often shot af a 
table delicacy 

Buffalo-birds once depend- 
ed on game animals, especial- 
ly the buffalo, to provide easy 
hunting by startling insects 
from the grass. Now they are 
cow birds 


RAIN CROW is a name ap- 
plied to both the yellow- 
billed and the black-billed 
cuckoo. Both were believed 
to be especially vocal before 
a rain, and their deep cuk- 
cuks suggested (quite imper- 
fectiy) the call of a crow 

Grasshopper hawk is a 
sparrow hawk or kestrel, 
which eats many more mice 
than sparrows, and in late 
summer, many more grass- 
hoppers than mice 

Black and yellow warbler 
is the old-fashioned name for 
the magnolia warbler, which 
is not typically found in mag- 
nolias and which nests in 
spruce and coniferous wood- 
lands 

Black and wh 
an accurate desc 
both the appearance 
habits of the black 
warbler 

Golden-crow 
scribes the 


ite creeper is 
ription of 

> and the 
and white 


ned thrush de- 
thrush-like ap- 
pearance (but it is striped 
rather than spotted) of the 
ovenbird, with its seldom 
seen, light orange crown- 
patch. 


‘Budget’ Boats 


Trim Stock Models 
Are Prefabricated 


By Peggy Reynolds 


WHO HAS NOT, at one time ‘or another, watched Handy 
Andy putting together his dreamboat? 
Every neighborhood has at least one ‘miniature boatyard, 
where the aspiring builder works many long, perspiring hours, 
with a varying degree of success. 
Sometimes the amateur turns out an @c- 


ceptable craft. 
which looked so good on paper, 


dream boat, 


Sometimes, he finds that his 


belongs better in a Rube Goldberg carteon 
than on the water. 


Whatever 


the results, 


if the individ@al 


builder multiplied his man-hours by a modést 
wage rate, and added his outlay for materials, 
the cost of a boat would seem prohibitivé, 


Consequently, 


I have always been mystl- 


fied by the prices of those trim little steek- 


Reynolds 
parently, 


model boats you see in marine stores. 
the professionals can turn out a 


Ap- 


good boat at prices so low that yachting has become a popdlar 


family sport. 


THIS QUESTION, 
Theo Peterson of Patuxent 
Marine and Bill Little of Wil- 
liam x. Little Co., sent me 
with Theo to the Baltimore 
plant of the Owens Yacht Co,, 
America’s second-largest boat- 
buider 

Owens, I found, builds 8 
basic stock models, which 
range from a 14-foot outboard 
runabout, at $345, to a 35- 
foot cruiser which costs about 
$17,000. A 35-foot custom- 
built cruiser would cost about 
twice as much as the stock 
model 

Production methods, devel- 
oped through the years but 
accelerated in the latter-day 
boating boom, are responsible 
for the reasonable cost of 
stock boats, I learned from 
John J. Crumlish, Owens’ dis 
trict sales manager, who es- 
corted us through the plant. 


FROM THE vast lumber 
area. where about $4 million 
in mahogany and oak lies sea- 
oning, through the drying 
kilns, woodworking shop, pro- 
duction lines, and test basin. 
the place is a “little Detroit.” 

In the woodworking shop, 
power machinery is constantly 
sawing supplies of parts for 
each model, from stems to 
cabin beams. Each component 
is numbered and pigeon-holed 
until it is needed, when the 
part is sent to the assembly 
plant and fitted into the giant 
Jigsaw puzzie of a stock boat 
as it goes through the produc- 
tion-line 

For finishing, a long, con- 
tinuous moving belt carries 
parts and hulls through a 
sealedoff room, where the 
heat and humidity put our 
natural August climate to 
shame. While traveling on 
the belt, the parts are alter- 
nately sprayed with paint or 
varnish and dried, then 
Sprayed again. By climate- 
control and machine-methods, 
a finishing job which would 
take days for an individual is 
accomplished in minutes. 


RBOAT-BUILDING fs 


and some 


How do they do it? 


urging _ from | local _ dealers 


a highly competitive industry, 
and Crumlish declined to 
quote exact figures. He did 
say, however, that when 
pushed the plant can turn gut 
a boat every 20 minutes! 

Owcns boats, Crumlish said, 
are sent from the factory. to 
dealers in all 48 states, in the 
territories, and in many for- 
eign countries. A 31-footer, he 
remarked, recently was 
shipped to a buyer in Swit- 
zerland 

This seems like a switch, I 
suggested, with the boat cross- 
ing the Atlantic the wrong 
way. European builders, with 
their low overhead, have been 
making substantial inroads 
into the United States boat 
market 

“Unquestionably, the Euro- 
peans can custom-build a boat 
more cheaply,” Crumlish re 
plied. “But mass-production 
keeps us competitive.” 


LINDA YOUNGS of Arling- 
ton, who won the Chesapeake 
Bay Women’s Sailing Cham- 
pionship in June, plans to en- 
ter the Semi-Finals for the 
North American title next 
Tuesday, Aug. 14, at the At- 
lantic Highlands Yacht Club, 
on. Sandy Hook Bay. Mary 
Jolly of Washington, and Judy 
Heintz of Cumerstone, Md., 
wil serve as crew. 


Insect Repellant 
In Stick Form 


A NEW INSECT repellent 
called “6-12” is being offered 
in stick form. It contains 
ethylh exanediol, which 
helped keep mosquitoes, 
gnats, chiggers and black 
flies off American troops dur- 
ing World War II. The mantw 
facturer says it is greaseless 
and will not stain ordinary 
clothes. “Just rub it on ex 
pees skin and insects won't 

ite 


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THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, August 12, 1956 


('S 


Fishing Rodeo 
Slated | for Kids 

| > 7 
This Thursday 

te greta BY rHE 
SEA, J.—A memorable few 
oa are in store for the 200 
young followers of Izaak Wal 
ton who will compete in Wild 
wood’s Fifth Annual. Kiddies’ 
Fishing Rode 0 on Thursday 
, youngsters will. weather 
t to sea from 
on the “Sight 
id are SCiM d 
at the dock 


he 
perm 
Cottons 
| : at 


ing, put out 
Tia DOT 
Sa r} 


pe 


al 
back 
he rodeo will 
200 dren. 
xX prizes for 
the most 


Entrants 
be limited 
Chere 
*children 
} 
Six similar 
to children 


’ 
Chill 
ie 


will 


catching 


Zo 
anding the heav-' 
jest fish. The hild pulling } 
one or more fish an 
the greatest distanc 
ceive a prize, as wi 
est child catching one or 
of any kind of fish 

Every child participating 
will be given a box of candy 

Registrations will be accept 
ed until the limit of 200 is 
reached. 


more 


Atlantic City, N. J. 


Your Motor Tour 


To Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec 


By Walter W. Hubbard 


American Automobile Association 


TO .A FOREIGNER who 
says, “I've been to the United 
States,” an American might 
say, “What part? Ours is a 
pretty big country.” Yet the 
same American probably 
would be just as vague in re 
marking that be had been to 
Canada 

Canada, too. is 
large vacationland; larger. in 

fact, than the 
contin ental 
United States 
The trip sug 
gested, for a 
full-scale vaca- 
tion, takes in 
oniy a small 
segment of a 
vest country to 
the north of us. 
yet it is, his- 

Hubbard Lorically, 

ably the most 

important part of Canada 
rhe tour takes us from the 
Capital of the United States 
to the capital of Canada, Ot- 
tawa; and it also includes Can- 
ada's largest city, Montreal, 
and Quebec, once the capital 
of New France. 

Two routes 


a rather 


are outlined: 


: " Atlantic City, N. J. oh 


prob- 


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Aflenti« City, N. J. 


DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN Use one driving north and the 


For sun, sand and sea — 
192 Spacious Rooms 

96 Efficiency Kitchenettes 
Free Parking at your door — 
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ATLANTIC CITY 4.0144 


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Magnificent Lobbies 
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Sundecks 


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For Reservations Write or 
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RESERVE TODAY! W 


———_—-—--— = - A. —— 


Amazing Announcement 
from Atlantic City . . 
The Ambassador breaks 
through the Rate Barrier 
at the Peak of the Season 


ES": 


Coming from the AMBASSADOR. 
“ and Atlantic City’s largest hotel] . . 
TION NEWS. Take advantage of this great rate break . . 


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Plan 


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includes all 


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other one in returning, for the 
sake of interest and variety. 
Included in the trip are Har- 
capital of Pennsy]- 
vania, and Albany, capital of 
the Empire State. I suggest 
that your motoring vacation 
begin over the route which 
leads through Wil'iamsport 
and Elmira, N. Y., and Syra- 
cusc and Wateriown, N. Y.. and 
hich eros the St. Law 
‘noe River by frequent ferry 
from Ogdensburg 
to Prescott, Ontario. 


Cs 


ne 
FORT WELLINGTON 
Historic Park is lo 
Hamilton. The fort 
was erected during: the War 
of 1812 and was named for 
the general who licked Napo 
leon at Waterloo and who de 
signed the fortifications of the 
Citadel at Quebec It was 
never attacked, but its gar- 
rison figured in two attacks 
on Ogdensburg, just across 
the river. The fort has been 


THE 
National 
cated at 


Atlantic City, N. J. 


138 S. Tennessee Ave 
Ve Block to Beoch 
REDLCED AULGUST RATL® 
Per Person Send fer FRE 
Felder. FRET BATHING. GUEST 
PARKING. Private bathe. Families in- 
vited. Phene Atlantic (City 14.3784 


avflair ie 


- Belewere Ave. Atlentic Ciry 
Brick construction—near Beach 
PREE PARKING « on Premises 
TV Lowrige Coffee Bor 


Selerium or Terroce 
Write TOOAY Aligorer 


PJENRY CLAY 


Kentucky Ave.. Atfentic Sats 
tet Hete!l from Board 
$2.00 Up Per Day Per Person 
Renninge Water. Private Baths. Elevator 
Reautiful Ocean View i ww reste « 
Ownership Met 4 


OLMHURST 


On ctor erqve Peariy'vore Ave 

arttaarie cit 
wom tf Sie Srwentont & Benen 

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faa rte 


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‘ —_ J ée Stit- er or 
; ; all 4. ‘ 
abe PARKING 
AIR CONDITIONED DiMInG ROOM 
SS 


venue, 
Open Porch - Elevator —Free Bathing 
Outside Rooms with private baths 
or running 
FREE PARKING + Write for Hotel Folder 
43453 BICKAR, Own.-Met. 


MOTOR HOTEL 
KENTUCKY AVE. NEAR BOARDWALK 


ATLANTIC CITY 

FREE 
PROM $3 PARKING 
Air-conditioned. Elevator te 
fleor Television Spacious 
Perch. Ideal Central lecation 


EUROPEAN PLAN 
Write A. K. Hughes, Res 
Phene 14-5584 


street 
Open 


Mer 
— 


6 aLoonl aG 
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KL ATUCKY AVERUE 


Vi il 
1 
ATLANTIC CITY, N J. 


Ideal Central Location 
PERS. 2? IN ROOM 5 PRIVATE 
from RUNNING WATE? BATH 
Spacious Sue Decks. Roof Deck overlooking 
ocean. Modern and comfortable. Gorage. 
Television. Elevotor 
Golf Privileges. Deli 
cious Meals. No chorge 
for bathing direct from 
hotel 
Cepacity 350 
Evropeen Pian 
w - tant” pet ter 
Pheon 
Wiltiasn r be 
Mer 


Tewrer's a wrrate of « lot to sce 
and do when you come to this 
hotel — wide-screen, air-condi- 
tioned movie theater, dancing, 
stage shows. Our &-mile board- 
walk abounds im imfteresting ex- 
hibits, shops and places 
amusement. Horseback ricing, 
bicycling, golf, fishing, sightsee- 
ing we've run out Of space 
before the list is half complete 
And when you make this hotel 
your headquarters, you are as- 
sured of the best im accommo- 
dations. Write for folder 
Rates start at 37 per person” (for 
taree meals daily, add $7 SO per person) 


"Two a 9 1908  prreate mar 


CHALPONTE ~ HADDON HALL 


restored and is open to visi 


tors daily, without charge 


Ottawa, to the north, is 
ideally situated on the Ottawa 
River at an altitude of 286 
feet. For two centuries this 
river was a great “highway” 
for the fur trade. Samuel de 
Champlain, French explorer, 
reached this site in 1613 
seven vears before the Pil- 
grims landed at Piymouth 
Rock. : 


Ottawas importance grew 
by leaps and bounds with the 
opening of the Rideau Cana! 
vullt originally for military 


Queen Victoria se 
lected it as the capital of the 
Dominion of Canada. Now, of 
course, the country is no long 
er a “dominion.” 

©ttawas chief attractions 
and it is one of the most beau 
tiful cities in Nort. America 
— include the Parliament 
Buildings, Perce Tower, the 
National Muscum of Canada, 
the Confederation and Justice 
buildings, Chateau Laurier, 
Royal Canadian’ Mint, the 
Laurier House, Sandy Hill res- 
idential area and Rockcliffe 
Park 

EAST OF Ottawa by 125 
miles lies Montreal, largest 
city’ in Canada and _ “slightly 
lorger in population § than 
Washington. All of the roads 
in the Province of Quebec 
seem to lead to this great sea 
port city, whose site was first 
visited by Jacques Cartier, 
Breton fisherman, in 1535, 
when it was the Huron-Iro- 
quois village of Hochelage. 


If you can't fly the Atlantic 
to visit Paris, Montreal is a 
pretty good substitute, as it 
is the second largest French. 
speaking city on earth and its 
department stores, in my opin 
ion, excel those of Paris. Its 
harbor accommodates 125 
ocean - going steamships, even 
though it is a thousand miles 
from the sea. 

Ihe visitor will find that 
the city hes more than 4500 
industries making everythi 
from cigarettes to locomotives 
Its hotels are spacious and 
modern 

Of special 
itors are the 
the Cathedral 
de Montreal, 
of Fine Arts. 


interest t vis. 
Place dArnes. 
Notre Dame 
the Museum 
McGill , Univey- 
sity, Canadian Historic Muse- 
um, Church of St. Andrew and 
St. Paul, the Chateau de Ram 
azay — once American Army 
occupation headquarters— 
and Bonsecours Market. 

TO VISIT 
second oldes 


Trois-Rivieres 

French city on 
the continent, take the road 
on the north side of the St 
Lawrence River. The Tur 
coite Esplanada, Exhibition 
Grounds, Anglican Church. 
Ursuline Convent and the 
Flambeau are worth sceing in 
Three Rivers. 

Quebec City, capital of Can. 
ada from 1760 te 1854, is still 
the capital of the province of 
the same name. Here it was, 
on the Plains of Abraham, 
that the history of the world 
changed in 15 minutes. With 
the death of defending Gen. 
Montcalm and attacking Gen. 
Wolf Sept. 13, 1759, New 
France passed into the hands 
of the British Empire. 


Before starting back to 
Washington, be sure to seé the 
Citadel, Martello Towers, Parc 
des Champs de Bataille, Bat- 
tlefield Park, the Chateau 
Frontenac, the Provincial Mu- 
seum, Dufferin Terrace, the 
Ursuline Convent and Mont- 
morency Park 


“ildwood, N. J. 


mpotet-Cusat 
a - ler 


Pree pictur 
~wneay “ re 


WILD) WOOD- BY. THE- SEA, N. : % 


e folder Hote! 
tory wipes = ho 


water at reasonable rates. 4 


Few . Beach and 


HUVEL HOF BRAU 


Ocak of Atlantic Ave 
Boordwe Deluxe accommodetions 
very modes? rotes 60 beovtifully 
nished rooms; 40 with private 

hove hot end cold wetter and telephone 
Bathe from hote!. Write for folder. Phone 
Wildwood 2.3575 


Saranac Lake, N. Y. 


COME AND GET 
ACQUAINTED WITH 
THE INCOMPARABLE 

FACILITIES AND 

PLEASURES AT 

SARANAC INN 


A Wirkeby Hotel 


SPECIAL 


August 28th 


AMERICAN PLAN 


ing With Towser” and may be 


Boating on the 108-acre lake in Hungry Mother State 


Park, Va. 


This park is among Virginia's most popular, 


‘Roughing ie Is Cheaper 


_—_-- — 


Campers Are Crowding 
State Parks in Virginia 


By Susie McBee 


CAMPING in Virginia state 
parks is greatly on the in- 
crease because more people 
like the idea of “roughing it.” 
Also, camping is economical. 

That's the explanation given 
by Commissioner of Parks 
Randolph Odell, who says the 
number of tent and trailer 
campers in Virginia state 
parks “has grown by leaps and 
bounds” this season 


“Last year we had 52,240 
campers,” he says, “and we've 
had many more this year, al- 
though figures are not yet 
compiled.” 

Much of the $20,338 capital 
outlay for parks last fiscal 
year was spent on construc- 
tion of an overnight camping 
area in Douthat State Park, 9 
miles east of Clifton Forge in 
Bath and Alleghany Count 
The park. has 20 tent and trail- 


er sii 


ifs 


Ps 
imilar 
and 


areas in 
Hungry 
in south 
West 
northeast 


There are 
Fairy Stone 
Mother State Pa 
ern Virginia and 
land State Park in 
ern Virginia 


THE CAMPS 
with central washrooms, show- 
ers, laundry and sanitary fa- 
cilities, tested drinking water, 
submerged garbage disposal 
cans and outdoor ovens. Also, 
fuel may be purchased. All 
the areas except Douthat have 
electric plug-ins for trailers 

Although Staunton River, 
Prince Edward and Claytor 
Lake Parks‘in southern Vir- 
ginia have no developed camp- 
ing tent and trailer 
camping permitted in cer- 
lain areas 

No advance reservations are 
accepted for these camps and 
space is assigned on a first 
come first served basis. 

Not only have campers’ num- 
bers swelled this season, but 
general attendance is up. It 
was 768,932 at the end of July 
compared with 742,620 for the 
same period last year. Total 
attendance last year was 1,045,- 

26 


WHAT AREAS do these. 
swarms of people prefer? Of 
Virginia's nine state parks and 
three recreatianal areas, which 
are similar to parks but have 
no overnight accomodations 
and somewhat fewer day facil- 
ities, the four most popular 
are Hungry Mother, Claytor 
Lake, Fairy Stone and West- 
moreland 

Heading the list is Hungry 
Mother, an Allegheny Moun- 
tain resort which has a 108- 
acre lake well stocked with 
game fish, a large sand beach, 


nore 


are equ pped 


sites 


1s 


25 electrically-equipped house- 
keeping cabins, a guest lodge, 


Lewes Beach, Delaware 


Beach Front Furn. Apts. 


mit fur apts. Sieep 6-12 
dbath.. fis! 


Special Sept. Rates 


Saranac Lake, N. ae 


RATE INCLUDES — Champion- 
ship 18 hole Gelf Course, 
Swimming, Tennis, Entertain- 
ment, Lancing, 3 Wonderful 
Meals each day. 


RATE 


am September 10th 


$47°° per DAY 


per pER SON 


Saranac Inn 


UPPER SARANAC LAKE 
Serececion PO. NY 


» 


Monticello, N. Y. 


GOLF Private Cour 
Club House focilities 
TENNIS |2 Ail-weather chome 
SWIMMING World's Lorgest o 
filtered POOL 
truly @ sensation 
Woter Skiing 


se 


Private Loke 
Motor Booting 


on Our premises 
FANE SCELTIO. PGA Pre 


on:hio 


For Information and 
Reservotions 


Phone 
EXecutive 3-648) 


Monticello, N. Y. 


Magnificent 


courts 


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NEW PCOL-A“7As1A, 


ENTERTAINMENT Headline Shows pre 
sented in on exciting, intimate atmosphere 
FABULOUS NITE CLUB feoturing world fomed 
LECUONA CUBAN BOYS ORCHESTRA 
appearing for the entire summer 


Exquisvie BEW modern accommodations . the sitimate 


10 omlert 


A favorite 
HONEYMOON 
etsoer 


sot ta Sed 


two picnic areas, ® restaurant 


and store. 


Clayter Lake, one of the 
largest, is the center of a scen- 
ic wonderland where motor 
boating, fishing, swimming and 
water skiing are popular. The 

ark has 12 housekéeping cab- 
- overlooking the lake, a pic- 
nic area and a store. 


Horseback riding, camping, 
bass and bream fishing and 


Swimming are enjoyed in 4561-' 


acre Fairy Stone Park. named 
for the small crossshaped 
staurolite crystals which are 
abundant in the area 
Westmoreland Park on the 
Potomac, combining the seclu- 
sion of the w oods with the 
freedom of the ashore, is a 
favorite of ans. It 
has ca aad fishing 
facilities 


| Railroad Offers 
‘Holiday Lounge’ 
On Coast Route 


ST. PAUL, Minn.—A new 
parior-lounge. car called the 
Holiday Lounge has just made 
its debut on The Mainstreeter. 
the Northern Pacific Railway's 
second transcontinental train 

Five new cars costing about 
$i million will be in sérvice 
soon, according to G. W. Ro. 
dine, passenger traffic man- 
ager. At this time also, anoth 
er line of lightweight all-room 
Pullmansg being added to 
rhe Mainstreeter, which oper- 
ates between Chicago, the 
[win Cities and the North Pa 
clii¢ coast 

The Holiday Lounge cars 
were designed by Raymond 
Loewy and Associates and em- 
body the latest in passenger 
comfort, decorative tréatment 
and appointments, Rodine said 
Fach car accommodates 46 pas 
sengers—14 in parior car seats 
and 32 in the lounge section 
Appointments include fluores- 
cent lighting, pneumatically 
operated doors, deep pile car 
peting and African cherry 
wood paneling. Gold and black 
colors predominate 

NP’s first locomotive, the 
Minnetonka, and other early 
Steam engines are depicted by 
etchings on glass panels 
throughout the car, and an un 
usual touch is provided by 
planters with greenery in the 
lounge 


ing 
iii, 


ls 


New Play Spot 


FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla 
Ground will be broken soon 
for a new luxury hotel, the 
Breakwater Beach, at the 


southern end of Fort Lauder-* 


dale beach 


Sos Moodus, C onn, 


THE MOST 
UNIQUE RESORT 


c#l Ane LTS) I 


Another 
Hilton 


FIRST! 

mpletely air 
eon oned ‘dining 
room and lounge 


9-hole golf course 
and air strip 
under construction 


Reserve now for August 
ond the Fall. Open te Oc. 


14. Re opening December » «im 

20 for Wieter season J 

Open year ‘round for ha 

conventions and parties 5 
Tels phene Meedus ~~ 
(TRiangte 3-8641) 

for tinfermation and 

reservations. er write 

for celer felider 


Pack-up for your summer hol- 
iday on 3500 c-«-o-| moun- 
taintop acres. Championship 
golf course. Lake Mina: sin 
for water sports. Tennis, riding, 
biking; indoor fun; children's 
program. Famous meals. Ter- 
race Lounge for cockta’!s 

Weet end srogram—Laber Day treat 
informetion—Phone: RE. 7-2642 


POCONO 
MANOR 


Pocono Menor 4, Pa. 


a ee 


’ 


Tips for Enjoying Towser the Tourist 


obtained by sending 10 cents 
(to cover postage and han- 
dling) to the Gaines Dog Re- 
search Center, 250 Park ave., 
New York 17, N. Y. The 68-page 
booklet also includes handy 
tips oh whag to take along for 
Fido, special regulations in the 
various states and national 
parks, etc 


A “must” for families con- 
templating travel this summer 
with their pet or pets is a 
booklet which lists hotels and 
motels in all states that we!- 
“ome travelers with dogs and 
coe a lot of other helpful in. 
ormation. 


The booklet is titled “Tour- 


Eagles Mere, Pa. sai Eagles Mere, Pa. Ps \3 


August is the month for 
the Alleghenies! 


The weather's just perfect at Eagles Mere 
now...long, golden days for tennis, swim- 
ming, riding, sailing, fishing, Gala 
gatherings in the cocktail lounges after a day 
outdoors, then dining and dancing overlook- 
ing star-spangled mountain beauty. It's the 
ideal family vacation spot...no weather 
worries’ And no money problems, either, 
because reasonable rates fit right into your 
household budget. Come relax 2200 feet high 
in the Alleghenies, away from the cares below’ 


Lakeside ™e Forest Dan 


SAGLES MERE, PENNA 
Season: June 15th to September ]0th 


golf! 


Let Canadien Pacific's luxurious Scenic Dome train THE 
CANADIAN take you through 2881 miles of breath-taking 
Canadign scenery in sunny Autumn, 


Now you can take a vacation that's restful and relaxing, yet 
unbelievably thrilling. Just take a “land cruise” through Canada. 
See the ever-changing scenery of the famous Banff-Lake Louise 
route from the Scenic Domes of THE CANADIAN. 

Whether you travel first class, tourist or coach, you’)! like the 
spacious comfort and streamlined luxury. From the reserved 
teclining coach seats to the intimate Mural Lounge, from the 
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THE CANADIAN and its sister train, THE DOMINION, are in 
daily service between Montrea! and Vancouver, and Toronto 


and Vancouver. Ask about special family fares 


See your loca! agent or Canadian Pacific, 
1504 K Street, N.W., 
Washington 5, D. C. NAtional 8.4235, 


ALL CRUISE 


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COLUMBUS DAY CRUISE 


MAASDAM « OCT. 10 


to Virgin Islands, La Guaira, S. A., 
Curacao, Hoiti 


13 Days — *275 up 


| RYNDAM « NOV. 28 


fo Haiti, Cartagena, S.A, 
Ponama Conal, Jamaica 


13 Days — *275 up 


GALA CRUISES WITH 
THESE EXCITING FEATURES: 


Spocious Decks 

Tiled Swimming Pool 
Verandah Cate 

Night Club Entertaiment 
American Dance Orchestra 
Dutch Concert Orchestra 
Gymnasium 

Gala Parties— Donces 

Deck Games 

Professronal Cruise Directors 
Crusse limited to 60% of 
normal tronsotlantic capacity 


914 Seventeenth $f. M.W., Washington 6,0. C Sterling 3-6890-1 
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Apartments, Too Travel With Me 


MIAMI BEACH, Fia—aAl- 
though Miami Beach is noted 
for hotel accommodations, 
more persons can be lodged 
here in apartments. There 
are 22.000 apartment units 
and 30,000 hotel rooms. 


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By Horace Sutton 


mer sport bere 
the plazrza watching ai) 
nationalities go by. It 
sig htse cing. 
which can 
bring on Byzan 
tine Dunion 
the chateau 
shakes, or 
worse 
My 
Signor 
Stradellia. who 
works for the 
italian Tourist 
Office. likes to- 
sit in the piazza 
of St. Mark's and pley 
My Lineage”™ He 
he*can distingcu 
from a Swiss. a Belgian fro 
a Frenchman. and ar Ames : 
from an Eng! . 
listening to 
this is how 
For one thing 


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Visite thisetert« 


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« Newer « Hood 
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« Reach Si erers 


Fun for all the Family + Modersat Reaves 


along the coast of 


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opportunities for priceless Dest. 13) Metere! Bridge. Ve 


relaxation and recreation. En 


VENICE—The favorite sum- 
is sitting on 

tne 
beats 


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mearscis THA 
a German 


joy sunbathing. salt water , Savanah. Ga. 


swimming. beachcombing—and 
fishing. Plenty of 


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wonderful 


moderate charges for pier fish 
ing 


may 


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jam on their spaghetti Wher 
this 1 semewhat unmsetiling to 
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tea and Engiish 
nstead of the Con- 
timnental ere opener of roll. 
butter and coffee. It's all been 
pe 4 for in Rom hey 
Tourists who are inclined te 
leer om the nearest piece of 
~rmanent architecture are 
Americans Yanks who de not 
fam are inclined to hang on 
the tous of door frames. In 
| you s®e & man 
rlined. chances are 
from the United 


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Sc 2es 


Travelers from the States 
are alse the biggest bearers of 
that current Vemetien craze. 
the gendelier bat A wide- 
brimamed straw with a scariet 
ribbes running dewn the back. 
the bat sells for SIS im State 
side beutiqucs. They are @& 
cents bere 


“> MATTER 


the national 
* 32 = comes Pere wr )- 
ing the canals in a 
mia. A pew 1966 converti- 
Gea. made of 13 differ- 
ads of wood, costs $1700. 
are 2 gzondotliers in 
ibe 30> is always 

me from father to 
omcolers are known by 
ames such as Siipoer (he 
Tiredness (he lies 

. and Ad 


At moghtt. there are serenades 
oy gondola when 19 or 15 boats 
cateer around an orchestra 

hich Goets down the canals 
aca a rait 

This arremcement sneers 
the moterbeat captains whe 
cant cet br. se ther blew their 
berms te drewn cut the masic. 
This comses the condeliers te 
mveke their werst epithet and 
they sheet “Veer father 
jaseped ever walls.” 


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KML DEVIL HELLS. Meet t NAGS HEAD 


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Mahogery pancied living 
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Write te Moenticelle Hotel, 
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Phone Ocean City 714 for 
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Gondolas plying Venice's Grand Canal. 


Rip 


' "Dally Pe 4 Person 
ble 
_oceavaner 


is “spaghetti and goose’” Wow! 
About the only thing that 
you could say to a gondolier 
that would be worse would be. 
“Take me to the Pensione 
Fiorini.” It's an address that 
has been plaguing Venetian 
water taxis all summer. 


The Pensione Fiorini was the 
name of the place where Kath- 
arine Hepburn stayed in the 
motion picture, 
time.” More than 200 reservea- 
tions came into Venice this 
year asking for rooms there. 
The manager of the Exceisior 
Lido, largest and most elegant 
hotel in Venice. tallied 53 in- 
quiries about it 

Alas, it ts enly a paper moon, 
a Giement of Hellywood's fer- 
tile imagination. It was a stage 
set lene since dismantied. And 
the Italian teurist effice which 
would like te cet off the hook 

asked me te make this 


Miami Beach, Fie. 


“Summer- 


public announcement: 


No Virginia, there isn't really 


a Pensione Fiorini. 


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incleding 


Oe8 Ste YOu® TRAVEL 


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and grand prix dinner selected 
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Aegust 


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and TIMES HERALD 


August 12, 1956 


, C9 


New BOAC Flights 
Scheduled to Nassau 


NEW YORK — Three extra 
Viscount flights to Nassau— 
making a total of five weekly 
services between New York 
and the Bahamas—will be op- 
erated by the British Overseas 
Airways Corp. starting Sept. 3. 

The new flights will be oper- 
ated from New York's Idlewild 
Airport on Mondays, Tuesdays 
and Fridays, and will termi- 
nate at Nassau. Current twice- 
weekly flights, on Thursday 
and Sunday, continue from 
Nassau to Montego Bay and 
Kingston, Jamaica 

All flights are tourist-class. 


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Sunday, August 12, 1956 


Waterproof Plant Box - 


WHEN you start seedlings 
in a box in the house or on the 
window sill, shape aluminum 
foil around the outside of the 
box to waterproof it. 


Nassau 


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H NASBALYL. 


BAHAMAS 
Nassau's newest hotel. 
Beach. Pool. Tennis. 
Golf. All Sports. Supper 
Club. Plans & Rates 
European, $10 up; 
Mod. American, 
$18 up. Write 
for folder 


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Gen. Mgr 


Call your, Travel Agent, 


é Club Notes 


THE GREEN THUMB Gar 
den Club of Pimmit Hills, Falls 
Church, will bold a Flower 
Show Saturday at the Pimmt 
Hills Elementary Schoo! 
Hours are 2 to 5 Pp. @ Any 
amateur Pardentr is invited to 
participate and may 
information from Mrs. ™ 
Watson, ELmwood 63829 


THE FALLS CHURCH Gar 
den Club will visit the Leb 
anon Estate. home of Dr. Pau 
Bartsch. next Sunday. J. Mor 
ton Franklin. whe will lead 
the tour. urges members to 
meet at the home of Guy ‘ 
Lauver, 600 E. Broad si. by 


3p. m 


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Antiques at Ghatham 


CHATHAM, Mass.—An 
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more than 30.000 items and 
valued at more than a quarier 
of a million dollars, will >* 
held in the High School aud? 
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ham on Cape Cod from 
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Here's Why and Hew 


‘They Lengthen Blooming Season 


Small Bulbs Winning a Place in the Sun 


By Katherine B. Pozer 


MOST PEOPLE are  un- 
aware of the beauty and use- 
fulness of small bulbs, but as 
more and more gardeners try 
them, tteir 
popularity  in- 
creases They 
can be used 
both to give Zi 
more variety to 
the garden and 
to lengthen the 
blooming sea 
son 

Until 
ly, the 
bulbs were , 
played up in Mrs. Pozer 
catalogues and gardening ar- 
ticles, but in the last year or 
two the small bulbs have been 
given much more space and 
nurserymen and garden stores 
have added more varieties. 

Colchicums are very inter- 
esting and lovely flowers and 
give the quickest returns of 
any bulb. Planted in August, 
hey blooms in 

really are 

Ss.” as they are 

advertised, and will 

ith of 

or water if placed on a sunny 
window sill 


As 


recent. 
larger 


os often 


hioom wv mut benefit soil 


as this is, 
they are much prettier when 
set in soll, as the bulb de- 
tracts from the delicate beauty 
of the bloom. They make a 
good showing in the garden 
and will come up every year. 


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Come the middie of August. 
only a few of the garden crops 
may be planted with reason- 
able assurarice that they will 
yield a return before the end 
of the active growing season 
Beets. bush snap beans. kale 
lettuce, mustard 
ach. turmips and a s 


som Variety 


t greens. spin 
OTL sfa- 
of summer s 
uggested. However 

peas and others might 
be added to the list 


> 


The planting of garden crops 
at this season is likely to be 
om space vacated by early 
ereps. and such land is almost 
sure te be im need of liberal 
fertilization. Two to _ three 
pounds eof mixed (fertilizer. 
usually 5-10-5, te each square 
feet or te a 5@-foot row of 
average width, usually pro 
duces satisfactory results. 


late season sweet 
corm, tomatoes and bdilueber 
ries.. raspberries and. straw 
berries are likely to be greatly 
benefited by fertilization now 
Even so. with some of them 
(Siuebderries and raspberries 
im particular) caution must be 
exercised to avoid heavy ferti- 
lization which might cause a 
soft growth and make the 
plamts subject to winter dam- 
age 


ASPARAGUS The 
recommendation for the 
of fertilizer on this fine vege- 
table ts to apply it after the 
end of the cutting season, 
usually early July. Although 
< is now a bit late. the applica. 
tiom of fertilizer is still advis- 
able 

The emergy for next spring's 
crep is stered during the pre- 
¥ieys season—hence the need 
fer fertilization new. Aspara- 
gus ts a hardy plant that is 
selidem in danger from the use 
ef tee much fertilizer. Three 
te feur peunds te each 50-foot 
rew is usually enough. 

In addition, the top dressing 
of the rows with welldecayed 
compost Or manure is an ex- 
tremety desirable practice. 
Should the asparagus beetle 
be present. dusting with rote- 
mene or another effective in- 
secticide is in order. Asparagus 
tops should be left in place 
until killed by 


SWEET CORN in the very 
early earing stage is very 
likely to give a phenomena! 
response to the application of 
nitrogenous fertilizer. Nitrate 
of soda or some other nitrogen 
salt may be employed. About 
two tablespoonfuls to each hill 
or a pound to eactr 5)-foot row, 
applied to the soil a few inches 
from the Sase of the stalks. is 
usually a good amount to use 
It should be applied about 10 
days before the date of the 
probable harvest. The need for 
this material is likely to be 
acute after the recent rainy 
weather 


Tematees. tee, which were 


Asparagus 


usual 


use 


frost 


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planted at the beginning of 


the season, are likely to be 
in need of additional fertiliza- 
tion. As with sweet corn, ni- 
trogen compounds give the 
best response. One to. two 
ounces applied to the soil 
around each plant is usually 
sufficient. The treatment 
would be useless for plants 
suffering from diseases, nema- 
tede injury or similar troubles, 
but it will give healthy plants 
a wonderful stimulus. 


ther an old 
‘ing reclaimed 
yne—are likely 
‘ ted by fer- 
tilizer. In n cases, 2 to 3 
pounds of a garden mixture to 
each 100 square feet is enougn 
On very fet the rate 
may be reduced a iittie 
fertilizer should be applied to 
the soil around the plants and 
watered in if the soil is drv 


Straw Derrit ©) 


moc? 
' 


Tile soils. 


RASPBERRIES are of great 
to many gardeners 
may profit 
application 


interest 
nd they. 
greatly from the 
of fertilizer at mid-season. For 
reasons previously mentioned, 
their need for available plant 
food may be acute at this time 
About 2 ounces of a com- 
plete fertilizer, a 5-10-5 for ex- 
ample, applied to the soil 
around each.clump of canes is 
usually enough. For plants 
which are heavily muiched, 
the rate of application should 
be doubled 
Blueberries 


toon 


also benefit 
greatly from the mid-season 
application of fertilizer, but 
with this plant only light ap- 
plications, such as an ounce 
or two to each plant, should 
be made. Tee much fertilizer 
might induce a soft growth 
which would winter kill. If 
heavily mulched with sawdust, 
as is the common practice, the 
rate of application may be a 
little heavier than would be 
safe with bare soil. 


Lawns too urgently need fer- 
tilization at this time. From 
10 to 15 pounds of a 10-10-10 
mixture to each 1000 square 
feet is generally adequate. The 
fertilizer should be applied 
with a well-regulated spread- 
er. not by hand. Hand spread- 
ing is likely to result in such 
uneven distribution that burn- 
in spots may occur 

Even when using a spreader, 
half the fertilizer should be 
applied in one direction and 
the other half by proceeding 
at t angles. The applica- 
tion of fertilizer in lquid 
form, a method that makes 
uniform distribution quite 
easy, has a lot to recommend 


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THE FOLIAGE, however, 
presents a difficulty as, in con- 
trast to the delicate bloom, it 
is coarse and unattractive. The 
bloom comes up before the 
foliage, which does not appear 
until the following spring. It 
grows rapidly and takes a long 
time to ripen and die down. 


Unless a bed is large enough 
to have other plants to cover 
it at this period, it is best to 
plant it alone in a ring around 
a tree or in some out-of-the- 
way place. In one garden, we 
saw it filling a small circular 
bed in a far-off corner. The 
bed was later filled with dwarf 
petunias, making a nice spot 
of color in that section. 


is a much 
autumn 


The sternbergia 
more satisfactory 
flower for the small garden 
and should be given a place 
int a large garden as well. Its 
foliage is most accommodat- 
ing. It arrives with the yellow 
crocus-like blooms in the fall, 
stays green all winter and dies 
down in early spring. 


MANY GOOD values are of- 
fered now in the small bulbs. 
Some garden shops have pack- 
ages of mixed scillas and spe- 
cies tulips, snowdrops and 
chinodoxa All of them are 
useful in woodland gardens. 
where they make a beautiful 
picture under spring-flowering 
trees At Dumbarton Oaks, 
they are used in great num- 
bers on the wooded hillsides 
and make a carpet of color 
under a large stellata mag- 
nolia near the house. 


blue scilla Siberica pushing 
its blooms up through a 
growth of vines. These small 
flowers are only inches tall but 
a true blue that cannot be sur- 
passed. 


They can be used in spots 
too shady for grass and, left 
undisturbed, will be a sheet 
of beauty each spring. Try 
them under dogwood or at the 
edge of forsythia plantings 


BANKS ARE often a prob- 
lem to gardeners. Last spring 
we received a letter from a 
reader telling of her bank gar- 
den which relied largely on 
bulbs for its beauty. At the 
time the letter was written. in 
early April, there were 11 dif 
ferent varieties of bulbs in 
bloom 


First came the snowdrops, 
then the winter aconite, which 
“are like yellow buttercups an 
inch across and, when buds 
are closed on cloudy days, look 
like a nest of Easter eggs.” 
These were followed by win- 
ter-flowering crocus in March, 
blue squills, iris reticulata and 
chinodoxa “Glory of the 
Snow.” All these increase rap- 
idly. 


Early species tulips are used 
in this garden, among them 
the pale yellow kaufmanniana, 
lovely above a carpet of small 
blue blooms. Later, the tulip 
turkestanica arrives with its 
clusters of white blooms, sharp 
pointed petals and black an- 
thers; also the tulip praestans, 
a bright scarlet variety. Then 


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growers and often are more 
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Business Outlook 


Evidence of Boom 
Has Varied Forms 


By J. A. Livingston 


THIS pulsation, this expectation of boomier things, is world- 
wide. It overshadows the ruckus over the Suez Canal. It tran- 
scends the coming election in the United States. It helps to 
explain why so many American business men say, “No matter 

who Eisenhower or somebody else, the 
country’s going forward.” 
The $8.50-a-ton advance in steel prices is 
one of the pulse beats. So is the strength in 
after a period of weakness. The world 


wins 
: 


CODDECI 
ts goods 
or credit. The pause in production—from late 
last year into the spring—seems to be draw- 
ing to an end. Recovery is well under way— 
9» world scale 
why prices creep higher—in Canada, 
Egypt, France, Denmark, India 
Japan. Mexico, The Netherlands, 
the United Kingdom, and Yugo- 
in the United States. 


‘ 
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Livingston 


élavia. And now 


At Last. Farm Prices 
roduced a prolonged price plateau 
5 (see chart). Farm products were 
discomfiture of farmers, farm equip 
s and dealers. and the Eisenhower adminis- 
tarv of Agriculture Benson. But in- 


INFLATIONARY IMPETUS 


Turnaround in farm prices since first of year lifts 


all-commodity index off 1953-55 plateau 
nc —— 


54, and |} 


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36 


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NOUSTRIAL PRODUCTS « 
ee ee 


- 


i ~ 80 
L— 952-~ -41953— L954 L—i9ss—~ —— 1956 
Sonam ). A. Levingston 


Depertmert of Labor 


»pt climbing, which also annoyed farmers 
more for what they bought 
e first of the year, agricultural prices 
nee. Hence, renewed talk of creeping in 
-+» was stimulated by the wage settie- 
ent in stee! 

This pulsation is dramatically indicated by world pro- 
duction trends. We know what has happened in the United 
States. Industrial activity climbed to a peak in December— 
144 in the Federal Reserve Board index of industrial pro- 
duction. Then, automobile sales skidded; so did home build- 
ing. By March, the index had fallen to 141. It rose a bit, 
then in June fell back to 141. In July, the steel strike probably 
pushed it down to about 155. 

Now rec But production won't get back to 
fis pre-strike lev: September—largely because so many 
steel plants lgst the first two weeks of August, waiting for 
contracts to be signed men back to work, and build- 
ihe up output. 7 forecast is supported by th 
economic goings otner countries. 


Two Dominant Patterns 


* »? ay 
>< / . sii 
rs 
‘ 


o 


vetting 


. ‘ 
is it 


t. In some countries, such as Austria, 
Germany, Italy, and Sweden, in- 
5 high late last year—along about 
n activity dropped until about 
lary. Then upturns began—upturns which have 
ried activity to the 1955 highs. Here are some examples 
€1953 equals 100 
Period 
1955-Hich 
1955-Low 
Latest 
In some countries 
Nether! 
or a» 
Period 
1955 High 
19556 Low 
Latest 


Two patterns stand ot 


Belgium Italy Sweden 
125 


120 
notably France, Japan, Canada, and The 
| luction has already pushed up to 


~~ 
1, 
“, 


Canada 


I rance Japan 
3 114 


131 131 

178 119 104 

136 140 114 

gdom nor the United States fits into 

uN the government introduced 

straint to rb inflation. Neither has yet had a 
\ r the drop from the peak. 


recoy t 


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r pat ' 
tary re 
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puole 


ei! 
m 
perce . 
Watchful, Waiting Reserve 


erest rates in the United States did not dis- 
twrb confidence or the propensity of people to spend—not- 
Withstanding Harlow H. Curtice, president of General Motors 
Corp. He blamed the slump in automobile sales on the Federal 
Reserve Board's credit policy. Apparently, consumers had 
their fill 1955's 8 million cars, but not of general mer- 
enandise. Department store sales this year are 4% ahead of 


Tria 
4 1S, 


The boost 


bel 


The Reserve isn’t anticipating, isn't rushing in with restraint 
It wants to see if automobile production booms, if steel runs 
short, if employment rises from its already exceptional high. If 
so, further credit curbs are certain. 

Wall Street's ferent. Investors and speculators figure in 
flation’s around the corner, if not here. That. therefore. interest 
will go up. That's why government bonds have fallen and 
why stock prices rallied so promptly from the Suez-Canal drop 
Wall Streeters reasoned that war is unlikely, whereas the 
general economic pulse, as indicated by prices and production. 
is beating faster and more s! tly. 


aif 


aad 


rong 


High Records in Year 


Revenues of the District of Columbia in the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1956 ageregated $145,582,369, an all-time record. com 
pared with $135,594,133 in the preceding fiscal year 

\s a result of the new taxes passed to facilitate the program 
of expansion of 


peaks in a iar 


1umber of categories 


New records were made in the sales and use tax totaling $19. 


474,494 compared with $17,852,734 in the 1955 year. The realty 


tax Jumped from $40,954,386 to $42.195.876. another peak. The 
se tax which made a high record at $2,170- 


motor vehicle exci 


579 in the 1955 year outdid itself in the latest year when it 
produced $2,403,393 
Details of the various taxes and other revenues follow: 
(Cents omitted) 
GENERAL REVENUE FUND Month of 
Taxe me 
u $1.498.901 
141 180 
253 449 
> 530 


And is ready to pay—with cash} 


public works collections also reached new 


Since Berald 


‘The Washington Post 


usiness 


Capital Commerce 


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SUN 


DAY, AUGUST 12 


1956 


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| Washington Success 


Story 


NEMS-Clarke Prospers 


peration Bootstrap. 


In 


Pioneer Electronics 
Firm Expands on 
E 


By S. Oliver Goodman 
Financial Editor 

Tucked away from prying 
eyes on secluded Jesup Blair 
dr. in Silver Spring, Md., lies 
‘the plant of NEMS-Clarke, Inc., 
creator and producer of elec- 
tronic devices for the Armed 
Forces and industry. 

Casual visitors 


arnings Plowback 


arent en- 


couraged in the sprawling, two-| 


story establishment that hums 
with human activity and motor 
noises. You're stopped by a 
guard at the entrance, handed 
a printed form, and politely 
told to write your name, busi- 
ness and whom you wish to 
see. 

All this is necessary in a 
plant whose output consists of 
much classified military equip- 
ment. 

At the head of this Buck 
Rogerish organization is 57- 
year-old Allen S. Clarke, truly’ 
a pioneer in the electronics 
field. Son of an electrical engi- 
neer, Clarke can’t remember 
when he wasn't enmeshed in 
iwires. At the age of 13 he got 
ihis first amateur radio license 
down in his hometown of Dan- 
ville, Va. 

Merger in 1951 


Today he’s head of a pros- 
perous business that employs 
425 persons and has two plants 
with total floor space of some 
2,000 square feet. His original 
firm, the Clarke Instrument 
Corp., merged with National 
Electric Machine Shops, Inc., 
in 1951 and assumed the 
NEMS-Clarke name in 1955. 

Clarke, a _ strapping 225- 
pounder, is proud of his prede- 
cessor firm's history. NEMS, he 
points out, dates back virtually 
the 1890s when the commer- 
cial electrical industry was an 
infant. Fred Royce, a telegraph- 
er during the Civil War, organ- 
ized a company which dealt 
with “electrical devices.” This 
later became the National Elec- 
tric Machine Shops 

In the early 1900s the Gov- 
ernment employed NEMS to 
develop experimental equip- 
ment. The company developed 
radio equipment for the Signal 
Corps, including the first elec- 
tric generator for aircraft 
radio 

Clarke remembers using 
some of this pioneer radio 
equipment while he was a mas- 
ter signal electrician with the 
Signal Corps during World 
War I. 

“A plane with radio was a 
novelty in those days,” he re- 
called. “We mostly used radio- 
equipped planes for gun spot- 
ting. The plane would fly over 
the target and radio back the 
correct range.” 


Made TV Set in 1928 


After World War I, Clarke 
returned to Danville, Va., and 
went into electrical contract- 
ing with his father. Still tinker- 
ing with electronics, he came 
up in 1928 with a crude tele- 
vision receiver that had a one- 
inch screen or “aperture” as he 
called it 

“] still remember how excit- 
ing it Was to actually see 
something on it,” he said. 


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Allen 8S. Clarke, president of 
current model military radio 


with a Navy set built by his firm in 1915. 


pedite the payment of claims in 
case of hurricanes or other dis- 
‘asters. 

| In announcing this yesterday, 
Joseph L. B. Murray Jr., presi 
dent of the group, said that 
Victor O. Schinnerer and Wil- 
liam A. d’Espard, also former 
presidents of the association, 
have been named to key posts 
on the committee. 


| The new committee will 
work closely with the Central 

Catastrophe Committee of the 

National Board of Fire Under- 

writers to coordinate activities 
lafter a disaster such as estab- 

lishing special claim offices and 

the setting up of priorities to 
“handle claims according to 
need in order to speed process- 
ing of payments. 

Murray also announced the 
appointment of the following 
committee chairmen for the 
coming year: Huntington T 
Block, program and headquar- 
ters; Charles R. Barker, Jr., 
casualty and insurance day; H 
T. Beuermann, budget and 
finance: Victor O. Schinnerer, 
J. Douglass Wallop, Jr., and 
William A. d’Espard, cochair- 
men, agents advisory. 

Walter D. Neighbors, educa 


By Henry Rohiland, Staff Photosgrapner 


NEMS.-Clarke, Inc., points to 
receiver (right) as contrasted 


“Charles Jenkins, a famous in- 
ventor, had an amateur televi- 
sion broadcasting station. (This 
was in the days before the Fed- 
eral Communications Commis- 
sion regulated the air waves). 

Jenkins had just one film to 
televise, showing a girl bounc- 
ing a ball. My eyes still bounce 
whenever I think of it.” 

In 1930 Clarke built, 
and operated Radio 
WBTM in Danville but gave 
that up in 1933 to come to 
Washington to join the Radio 
Research Co. This later became 
the Bendix Radio Corp 

From 1936 to 1941, he was a 
consulting engineer and 
worked for many radio sta- 
tions 


Recalls Hush-Hush Work 


When World War II started. 
he went to work for the Na- 
tional Bureau of Standards 
here on some very hush-hush 
proximity fuse projects. 

“What a transition job that 
was,” he chuckled. “While en- 
gaged in consulting work for 
radio broadcasters I handled 
gargantuan 50-kilowatt tubes 
that took a crane to move. With 
proximity fuses, I had to ac- 
custom myself to peanut-sized 
tubes.” 

Until 1945 he was principal 
technical aide for the chairman 
of Division Four of the Na- 
tional Defense Research Com- 
mittee and helped set up pilot 
plants for the production of 
proximity fuses 

In 1946 he established the 
Clarke Instrument Co. in Sil- 
ver Spring. This was in rented 
space in the back part of the 
NEMS plani on Jesup Blair dr. 
The Clarke firm was a one-man 
operation the first year, mak- 
ing test and measuring equip- 
ment for use in radio and tele- 
vision. First year’s sales ap- 
proximated $6000, but business 
soared after that. 


Much Government Work 


Currently, NEMS-Clarke is 
engaged in making a wide va- 
riety of electronic products. 
Government contract work in 
cludes high-power radar trans- 
mitters, radio link teletype- 
writer terminal equipment, cal- 


owned 
Station 


Studebaker-Packard 


District Revenues Set "aces Loss on Nance 


| Chicago Dalis 
| CHICAGO, Aug. 11—Stude- 
baker-Packard Corp. stockhold- 
ers will pay over $200,000 to 
shed James J. Nance, former 
president, general manager and 
a director according to reports 
in the financial district. 
Nance in 1953 received a $2,- 
350,000 employment contract 
from Packard Motor Car Co. 
It covered not only the years 
he was expected to work but 
agreed to pay him $30,000 a 
‘year for 20 years in semi- 


monthly installments after he 
finished his term of employ- 


© 


Company spokesman Friday 


; refused to divulge terms of the 


settlement the directors work- 
ed out with Nance. They said 
it will be disclosed when a 


-sa, proxy statement is sent to the 


stockholders 
A Securities and Exchange 


>32 Commission attorney said Fri- 
» day the company will have to 


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Packard paid him $582,000 in 


News Gervice 
the four years, 1952 through 
1955. The companies he headed 
lost almost $45 million net in 
the period, including $55 mil- 
lion the last two years 

Nance has been reported un- 
willing to go along with the 
company in its new arrange- 
ment with Curtiss-Wright Corp. 

The latter has announced 
that he is being retained in 
an advisory capacity at $40,000 
a year. 

The original 


salary agree- 


ment dated May 1, 1952, ran, 


until April 1957 and had a 
five-year renewal option. 

This was replaced July 8, 
1953, with a new contract that 
ran until April 1963 and pro- 
vided for annual renewals 
thereafter. It called for a sal- 
ary of $150,000 a year until 
1957 and $200,000 thereafter. 

The contract also had provi- 
sions assuring Nance pay- 
ments totaling $600,000 after 
his period of employment was 
completed 


STEEL SHELVES 


$1.029.160 
99.310 
$1.228.471 


$12.255.627 
3.108.631 

$15.364.259 §: 

839 792 


837 637 $390.738 


1.754.725 
2.815.103 
$14.569.839 


$426.774 


$9-95 


@® Cemptiete as 
ab D @ itx 
@ Adjustable 
epreef @ 260 


‘vES 
RKS FUND 
193.299 


18.430 


862.595.4779 
177.308 


TLANFOUS RFEVF* 
errant SEWAGE W' 
ins OS vice 


$170.4620 
1s (sewer assessments. 
sludge. etc 12.891 


1.517.231 
206.031 


bent «¢@ 
@ Soecial sizes 


Total Sewage Works Fund.. 8183511 62.772.684 6211.730 


$1.723.263 


our premises 
lee. 


WATER FUND . 
eter rents $24) 684 
Miscellaneous (assessments 


234.331 


865.309.5918 6408.647 
$62 598 


$4,293,735 
247.794 


Electrie Components te Order 
~« « Qute® Service 


; Mt materus ey 
: Totel Water Fund $598.015 653.872.5164 $437.238 


$5.141.530 


HARCO EQUIPMENT CORP. 


teteal ef Genera’ Bevenue 

wer Bester Water and 

“Motor Vehicle Parking Puncds 
@0.e¢%0n me 


, 


$3 964.824 $145.562.369 $6.691.506 8135.894 133 


2473 SHERMAN AVE. NW. NO. 7-199 ' 


sional growth is encouraged 


—Age 28-35 


* 


ef 
‘Stock sales 


~ BROADEN YOUR OPERATIONS 


Our well-known management firm is expanding its operations 
research activities. We offer an unusual opportunity to apply 
operations research to a wide variety of top management 
technical and business problems in many industries. Profes- 


phere. This is a career position for the right man. 


Candidates should meet the following requirements: 
— M.S. or Ph.D. Degree 


—2 to 5 yeafs’ experience in Operations Re- 
search or related field—business or government. 
—Record of accomplishment 
—A desire and ability to work closely with busi- 
ness executives on a national . 
Salary and profit sharing commensurate with your -back- 
ground. - Replies handled in strictest confidence, should 
include experience, education, and present compensation. 
Midwest location. Interviews in Washington, 


Washington Post and Times-Herald, Washington, D. C. 


tional; Gerald K. Cassidy, fire 
safety and accident prevention; 
ibrators for standardizing nu- William A. d’Espard, legisla- 
clear radiation measuring'tive; Francis Marks, fidelity, 
equipment, air sampling moni-'surety and property; Walter 
tors for measurement of radio- Schilling, membership; Hubert 
activity on board atomic-pow-'A. Newsom, attendance and 
ered vessels. hospitality. 

Also such new products &s| Herbert M. Pasewalk, griev- 
electronic submarine detonat- ance: Richard T. Walsh. adver- 
ing equipment, airborne mark- tising and publicity; Ralph W 
er beacon receivers, antennas [Lze, III, Bulletin advertising: 
and associated equipment for J. Douglas Wallop, Jr., revisi 
helicopters of by-laws; A. L. Jagoe, public 

In addition, Clarke pointed relations and arrangements for 
out, the company has such pro- the Eastern Agents Conference 
prietary products as receivers 
and associated equipment for 
tracking guided missiles and 
upper air research rockets 

About $750,000 worth of this 
equipment is currently being 
manufactured for use in con- | 
nection with the tenavonee in-| Stephen E. Balogh as president 
tercontinental ballistic missile and a move to larger quarters 
and also for the satellite pro- at 1524 Connecticut ave. nw. 
oF art. Balogh is also president and 
treasurer of Foreign Services 


Corp., engaged in foreign fi- 


on 


New Head, Quarters 


The investment firm of Mat- 
thew Corp. yesterday § an- 
nounced the appointment of 


Operation Bootstrap 
Also being developed, Clarke 


said, are electronic flash equip- nancing and foreign exchange. Aug. 9. 


ment and other light sources 


Pasewalk to Head | 


By Alexander Henderson 
Stam Reporter 
Herbert M. Pasewalk, immediate past president of the Dis 
trict of Columbia Association of Insurance Agents, will head 
a special “catastrophe committee” of the association. 
mittee has been organized by the association to work with other 
area insurance groups to ex- : re, . 


Group 


The com- 


sa euuasevewnwsy 


wy, 
JAN. JUNE OF EACH. YEAR (EST. f 


Matthew N. Mezzanotte, the 
former president of Matthew 


. Dote: -Pedere! Power Commision Morria K 
Corp., is now board chairman. 4... 


Bolling With Carling 


Lieutenant General A 
Bolling, who retired last year 
after a 40-year Army career, 
has been elected a vice presi- 
dent of the 
Carling Brew 
ing Co. He will 
serve as gcner- 
al manager of 
the multi-mil- 
lion dollar 
brewery now 
under con- 
struction in thre 
Atlanta, Ga., 
area. It is ex- 
pected to be in 
operation late 
in 1957. Gen. Bolling was com 
mander of the 84th Infantry 
Division which, during World 
War Il, cracked the Siegfried 
Line, fought in the Battle of 
the Bulge, captured the city of 
Hanover, took 70,000 prisoners 
and met the Russians at the 
Elbe River. 


n INSURANCE 


|  SsTOcKS 
G. J. MITCHELL, dr., Co. 


1420 New York Ave. N.W. 


RE. 7-1481 
Branch Offices 


Cape May, WN. d. 


SALES OPPORTUNITY 


4 AAA-] manufactorer of win- 
dow fans and heating items sold 
through appliance and heating 
distributors has a real oppor. 
tunity for a district sales man- 
ager ace 24-35 to travel Balti- 
more Washington D. C. and 
State of Virginia. This position 
pays salary foll expenses and 
liberal bonus plan, based on sale 
volume. An excellent oppor 
tunity for the right man. Please 
write Mr. Richard Gang, Viking 
Air Products, 5601 Walworth 
Avenue, Cleveland Ohie. 


Gen. Bolling 


New Store Planned 


Golden Brothers. tailors, will 


” 


move to its new store at 904 
14th st., nw. about Sept. 4. An 
airconditioned store with en- 
larged show room and tailor 
shop will make it possible for 
the firm to serve its customers 
better. The new unit will be 
owned and operated by Jack 
and Hy Golden. 


SECURITIES 
SALESMEN 


Te You Who Want to Partic. 
ipate with Me in the Success- 
ful Distribution of Securities 
of Merit. Be My Clore Asso- 
ciate. Share Liberally, Profit- 
wise, for Your Client and 
Yourself. We Have All the 
Necessary Special Situations, 
Cooperation, Leads, Statisti- 
cal Data and a Liberal Draw. 
lf You Have Some Clients 
and «a Wholesome Bac k- 
ground, Let's Talk it Over 
in Confidence. 


Shopping Center Issue 

Eastern Shopping Centers 
Inc.’s 3.140.000-share ($6.280.- 
000) common offering is under 
way. Holders of Grand Union 
Co. 3% per cent convertible 
subordinated debentures and 
common stock get rights to 
2.140.000 shares at $2 a share. 
Another million shares are of- 
fered Grand Union itself at 
the same price 

Subscription terms are one 
share for each share of Grand . 
Union common and one share RE. 7-8676 
for each full share of Grand 
Union common into which the! Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Cir- 
debentures were convertible on culation, and order The Wash. 
ington Post and Times Herald 


Please Telephone for 
An Appointment 


JOHN C. KAHN 


for photographic uses. This 
would be adapted for experi- 
mental work with live cancer 
cells and other medical photog- 
raphy applications. | 
What does Clarke do for re- 
laxation? He admits to being a’ 
color photography fan and 
processes his own film at his 
home at 1816 Sudbury rd. nw.| 
With a little encouragement,’ 
he'll show you some stunning’ 
color pictures made and proc- 
essed at his home. 
Mrs. Clarke is responsible: 
for his present interest in col-| 
lecting antiques of Colonial| 
Williamsburg vintage. They 
spend spare time and vacations| 
roaming the countryside in| 
search of early Americana.) 
Their home is filled with fine) 
specimens. | 
His. greatest pride is the! 
growth of NEMS-Clarke over} 
the years “without outside! 
financial hel; 
“We've lifted ourselves by! 
our own bootstraps,” he empha-| 
sized. “Most of all our capital) 
has been obtained by plowing 
back of earnings. All directors 
except two work in the plant.'! 
And 150 employes own stock in 
the company.” 


| 


Trends of Week | | 


NEW YORK, Aug. 11 \—The following table 
gives operating reselts in majer lines of busi- 
ess and finence in the latest week, and 
comparisons with @ year age 
Stee! pre Latest wt. 

(g.c. of cap.) 2.4 


15 minutes away from) 
the most fascinating 
job in the world. /. 


at Honeywell Agro Division 


a 


Freight carieadings 660,787 


328,118 
133,253 


9,235,008 


6,951,490 
$322,829.008 


Misc. freright 

ute prog. (units) 

Seft coal prad 
(tens) 

Crude ei! prod 
(bets.) 8.535, 398 

Engineering awards $334,454,000 

Paner prod 

“7 


cap.) .. “9 uo 
(shares) 11,999,608 9.994.479 


$17,153,000 
282 


Berd saics 
(par value) 
Bes. failures (member) 
Whelesaie prices 
(PLS index) - 948 
(Final three ciphers omitted is 
Elec. power pred 
} Tt, 190,008 


(kw , 
Bank clearings $19,515,887 
$55,556 000 
$28. 734,000 


$15,213,508 


213 
C 


196.1 
following) 


time be on a picnic. 


Demand deposits 
Business ‘sans 
Excess reserves $570,008 
Treasury gold steck $21,855,000 
rokers eians $1,428,008 
Meney in circelstion $36,633,000 


New York Bank Stocks | 


NEW YORE, Aug. 11-—The tetest quotations 
on leading banks stocks fellow: 
Sie = Ashed 
30271 


Bonk of HW. OY 
Bankers Trust 
Chase National 
Chemical Cara 
Cent it (Chi) 
Cmpire ‘rest 
First Wat City 
Guaranty Trust 
Hanover Berk & Trust 
irwi Trust 
Manufacturers Trust 
New York Trust 
Usited States Trust 


facilities. 


Manhattaa 


relocation expenses. 
openings at right. 


SEND RESUME 


(m. ¥) 


immediately a résumé of 


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1433 Stinson Boulevard 
apolis 13, Minnesota. 


in a stimulating work atmos 


FRE aren't many jobs where you can 
K ontribute to the development of space 
satellite and ICBM inertial guidance sys- 
tems—and fifteen minutes after quitting 


Yet it’s like that in Minneapolis, when 
you work for Honeywell—world’s largest 
manufacturer of automatic controls. You're 
invited to associate with the finest minds 
in the business on advanced projects, and 
have at your disposal the latest in technical 


Salaries are excellent, too, with increases 
based entirély on merit. Insurance, retire- 
ment, study programs anti other benefits 
are most liberal, and Honeywell pays your 
Look over the job 


If your interests or experience are related 
to the fields listed in panel at mght, mail 


and experience directly to Bruce D. Wood, 
Technical Director, Dept. NA-(105), 


Scientists and Engineers 


Senior positions are currently open in 
the following fields for Research, 
Development and Production Engi- 
neers, Scientists and Aerodynamic An- 
alysts with degrees in E.E.,M.E.,A E.; 
| LE., CE., Metallurgy or Chemistry: 


SATELLITE AND ICBM INERTIAL 
GUIDANCE SYSTEMS 
DIGITAL COMPUTERS 
AUTOMATIC PUGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS 
JET ENGINE POWER CONTROLS 
ENGINE-INLET DIFFUSER CONTROLS 
AIR DATA COMPUTERS 
BOMBING COMPUTERS 
PUEL AND Of GAGES 
FLOATED AND NON-PLOATED GYROS 
TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIERS 


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Honeywell 


H Aeronautical Division 


Other divisions located tn: St. Petersburg, Fla.—Acronautical Division; Minneapolis, — 
Minn.—Heating, Home Products, Commercial and Ordnance 
—Heating Division; Chicage—Commencial Division; iP 
Divisions; Freeport and Warren, Iilinois—Micro Switch Division; Los Angeles— Acro- 
nautical and Appliance Controls Divisions; Denver, Cole.—Heiland Divisioa; Beston— 
Doelcam and Transistor Divisions; Torento, Ontarlo—Canadian Division, 


- Wabash, indiena 


owl 
Philedelphia— Industrial and Valve 


Kight-We 


NEW YORK, Aug. 11 (‘*—Sales on bs, x tie ek, Bae. 


the New York Stock Exchange this Suez Causes Decline 


week totaled 11,539,608 shares; prev- 
gained 


d 
° > ° > . . > > . . > e 


fous week 11,656,875: same week last 

year 8,694,470. 

195@€4 Bales 

High low 1906 Hieh Low Last Che 

ae 

‘ 10% Abbett L 1.90 9 42% 

109% 106%) Abbott L ef 4 1 109 
17% AGC Vend 88 3$ 


enjoved heavy turn-over and 
3 points on the week 
Standard Oil (New Jersey) lost 
merely 4. This company, like Socony 
Mobile. Standard Oil of California 
and Texas Co.. has its principal Mid- 
Yet the market was ahead in three die East interests tn Saudi Arabia or 
of the five sessions. The two sessions Iraq, whose oil travels chiefly by pipe 
lost ground line. They are lie affected directly 
took the worst by Eeyot's seizure of the canal 
the day President F Aside from the Suez how- 
shook the ever, bi commented that a pe 
dat would be nor 
of the protracted bull 


The stock 
of eight 
a decline 


NEW YORK, Aug. 11 \* 
market broke a string 
straight weekly rises with 
on average this week 

The Associated Press average 
60 stocks dipped $1.40 to $189.50 


“1% 41%— 
so ws + 


of 


79% Acme Sti 1.600 
27\% Adams €1 700 
76'— Adams Millis 2 
108 46Addresseg 4 

17%» Admiral 

11% Aercauie 


when it were Monday, $$ 
when. it 
June 8 
er'’s illness 
yesterday 
On both losing days 
Canal crisis which was the b 
tor lea Mount 
international! over Egypt's 
seizure of Suez battered down prices Streeters 
on Monday companies 
Yesterday, price inct 
tive calm about Suez settlement 
prehensive about what dir: minum 
195 Allis Ch of 3% week end might bring a! i wage a 
4” Alpha © C 1% 8 ' their commitments, especially in tl But 
997% Alum Ltd 2.4 international have taken se during the strike iteelf 
: repeated beatings whenever the Suez an lis led ~ wpe-4 to some profit- 
ad king. U.S. St®el and Republic were 
of Gull fractionally 
Reyal Dutch, which togeth continued selectivity of 
the most-active list for week. by rarke demonstrated bv the 
this out. By the same token ks which had 
panies with resources little affect wavie urn ven los 
by the Suez s fal ‘tier. . . rest 
notably Standard 


setha 
crisis 
market) and 
taeda 


’ od of ‘ meoll 
19% Alea Pred 1 
oh Aigens 1.798 


tAldens of 4% 


it was the Suez mal in view 
fac market 
ing Underlying and economic 
factors seemed bullish to most Wall 
Earlw in the week. the steel 
began announcing their 
following the labor 
then came the alu- 
fullowing Alcoa's 


Asic 

e% . nolitical 
ng to the decline portical 
tensions 


14° Alles 

106% Allied Ch 38 
27% Allied Hid 1.608 
33's Allied Mills 2 
40% Allied Strs 3 

$3 Allied St pf 4 
o1% Allis Chal 2 
78 0= 6 Allis Ch oof 468 


eases 
and 
price rise 

greement 


leading steels had enjoyed 


after three days of 
traders got 


aah 


oils which quit ri 


situation seemed 


Si% Amerada ? : oli 
S? Am Ac Ch 3s The steep 
77% Am Airtin Yee w@ 371 
170% Am Airi pf 3% ? 
30% Am Bearer 2a wt 
1080s * Am Bak ef 4% 

277'> Am Ok Note ta 


los eS off 
the 
fact 
the 


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tuation were eitner 


Oil (india! 
1954 Sa 

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Phil 1.68 


Carey i 


277% Am Cryst $ 1:28 
S06 t Am Cry S$ pfa's 
hom Cyan T's 247 
Cyan pf C 3% 14 
Oistili 1.78 7? 
Excaus .608 
Enka 1.600 
terep ‘oe 
Export te 
a Ff Pw 
35 >» AmGaskEl 1 44x08 


35's Eagle >? 


1 2.40 109% 


1s : East Kee 2 Se 

TS8"> ‘East Hed pf 
17 
Stxd 76 
164 
39 
166 


: tod jets of 
$i Cert teed . 25> tenit Cas 
shy : , » Cessas : } 0% tre OR 1 

tite . 4 S'% tre OF of See 


78% Am News 1.68 


Stocks Did 


Thie 
Wee 
$21 
699 
174 


What 


Year 
Avs 
469 
764 
8 


2 Years 1 S30 a 
- 6‘e 
Advonces 
Pec!mes 
Unchanged 


varie 
$8 


Teta! istues 1394 
Weekly stocks sew hiehs 


Weekly stocks sew lows 


S's Fedde Guw 

S}*> fede @ pf 

st feed @ of 

1% Fed Mere 

13s Fed Pac € 

7H Fed Pap Be 1 
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15's 
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1} 36% 
178 51% 
495 721 


34%> Am COostical 2 
tw Pattee 7 
im fed 1.48 
Am Set Par ?e 34 Ts 
Am Seating 1.20xd 61 3% 
tim Shie Bd ?e 2158 OF 
Am Smelt Pee 219 SO% 
tAm Smet ef 7 3.78 163 


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159% 
45‘ > 


Cie MM 1i20e et a 
Ci’ fiman 2.400 100 


Anacen*s Ye se St 
Aeoe WEC i*oe 26.78 895 
Clrmaz Me 1 S00 
Clegay 
Ciwett Pes te 
Ciwett FP pf 7 
» Coca Cola 
Cele 5 1 , 
reehira 1.400 xd 1878 
Freeh T of cg 61S 
. 


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pf 
18> Araold Con 
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767% Arvia ted ? 
75% Ach! Oi! Or 
27%, Asti Gil ef 1% sm 3 
79% Acod Ory © 1.80nd 151 327% 
0? «=—s * As OG pf S*and 2.00 107 
5 Assoc tev 2.48 53 C68 66 
71% Atchison wi 19 32%. 31% 
17?) «Meticon Se 5? 169% 156% 
Atchic of wi 
Atchices of 2% 


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*ColeisSe 2 pf & 

Cel Grad A 898 

Ceol Ora 8 88 

Cel Gas 3S 

Cel Pict 1.708 

*Cel Pict sfi% 

Cel Carb 24a wet SOM 
9 


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7's 


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75%e Gamewe!! 


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Gardner Des 7.40x0 3! 
Gerrett ? 1? 
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75% Gee be te ee 4? 
Gee Am ia oft'> 1.18 

13 

65 


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1%: Gee Cost of 3 
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43) «6Bath ir Wk 7.68 
8% Ravuk Ce 1 

Beat Feds 2.200 

Beat Fa of 4%) 1.10 106 
8% Beaunit M i‘er rd 17S) 20% 
80 * Beck Sh pf 4% 478 SI's 
75's Beckman iast "st 8 38% 
19's Beech Aire Se 379 78% 
26%) Beech Life $8 27% 
ttt, Beld Hem 78 ’ 12 
700 «(Bell Aire “oe m4 62 
7) Pell & How 18 rd 7 42% 
48% Bendix Av 2.408 
18% Benef Fin 1 
tig Benguet 
3) Best & Ce 2 
Tr'« 64% Bestwol! wi 
S3% 49% Best Fes 22 
768") 140") Beth Steel 
172% 157%> Beth Sti 
1s 3's Bigelow S$ 1 
8: 74% *Bigelew pf 4% 
48%) 32% Black & Dec 1.28 
46% 78's Slaw Enon | 20x08 
4? 43% Bliss & L 2%s 
7% «75% Bliss, EW 2? 

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45% Geeiag Ai sew 1 1147 Sth 
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14% Bend Stirs 1 
Tt, Seok of Mon 88 
$8 Berden 1800 xe 
38% Berg Ware 248 

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Cornell O 1.782 
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Crm of Wh 1 80a 
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Crows Ck of 
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73.06 17% 
7% 5% 
12 11% 
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tite Bren Airw 60er 
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Brigg Grass 2% 
Gridg Gress pf 7% 
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39% 28% Grist My 1.150 a6 67 37% 
? 32% Bhly U Gas 2 73 
4 «06 Brews & Og 1 3 «1S 
Si'> Browe Sh 3.200 wt 65 (82% 


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Shs O''s Sedd Co ef 
36% 277 Sef Forge | Be 
33% 30% Bellard 88 
73 7's Seleva W 1.280 
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‘Byers pf 7 5% Dixie Sep of IP% 


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Houst LaP 1.48 
Neoward Str 1 
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tadgis 


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int Miner 1.68 
jet Minieg 
let Wick 2.608 
tiet Nich pf 7 


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tatertype 
lows 17 6 
lowe P & Lt 
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jet? tak S 188 
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jewel! Tes 2? 
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Jebas Man ‘5? 


14 


Jota & iobe 1.488 


jones & L I se 


‘jones & L of 5 4.08 


joey Mig 1.48 


Raiser Al 


Kars Al cy gf 4% 


Kaiser Ai of 27% 


Kavser 
Kelsey May 1 O00 
Keanecett ta 


60’s+ Ve 


66's 

7m ~1% 
48%a— % 
44\e+ 
17% 
163 
$?7%4+ \% 
86°« 

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78's 
24%e— 1 
17% 
40" 
1396's 


146 


, 
166 
173 


Kere C L@ 2a we 204 


Kerr MeGee 88 


93 


Dow-Jones Stocks 


The ‘fellewing gives the 


reece of the Dew-lenes 


Steck averages fer the week ended Aug 


# e? 
ledestrial stecks $273.24 
Railresd steckhs 171.74 
Utility stecks Tl 42? 
SS stocks 134 94 


2 0 6ferr McG ef t's 
33°> Seystene $ 2x8 


*Keppers pf 4 
26% Hresee, SS 1.68 
4) ress. SH 2e 
7? Ereetier 1.48 
4% Eroger 2 


14% Laclede Gas .77 
75% Lac Gas pf 
3% La Cons pf 
16% Lowe Gry 1.2000 
9 
3 §6 Lees 
17% Lebigt 


Ths Lee Val 
4]\— Ledman 


Lereer Str 1.28 
Té%—_ LOF Glass 2.780 


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Prices Rise 
For Copper, 
Aluminu m | 


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New York, Aug. 11 (‘*®—Prices 
for aluminum and custom 
smelter copper were raised this 
week, giving a firm tone to the 
nonferrous metals market. 

The custom smelter boost for 
copper totaled 1% cents and 
brought that price to % of a 
cent below the 40 cents charged 
by major United States pro- 
ducers since early July. Early 
in July custom smelter copper 
had dropped to a low for the 
year of 37% cents a pound 

Firmness in United States 
copper prices reflected a rise 
in demand and higher prices 
on the London Metal Evchange 
early in the week 

When trading 
Tuesday following the 
bank holiday, copper sold as 
high as about 40% cents a 
pound. By the end of the week, 
however, it had slipped off to 
about 39 cents a pound 

The London price was ap- 
parently being held at its pres 
ent level by concern over the 
Suez Canal seizure and buying 
by European consumers to 
build up precautionary inven 
tories. It also appeared that 
some foreign buying repre- 
sented renewed consumption of 
the metal 

The union Miniere du Haut 
Katanga raised its Belgian 
Congo copper by 1.80 cents a 
pound in two boosts of 9 of 
a cent. The current price is 
38.70 cents in New York. 

The Rhodesian Selection 
Trust, which raised its price 
for African copper the week 
before, continued to sell at 37% 
cents a pound 

An improved demand for cop.- 
per was reported by sellers in 
the United States. Some of this 
was due to export demand. but 
brass mills were also a factor 
For the first time in some 
months brass makers were re- 
ported in the market for vol- 
ume deliveries 

The aluminum price increase 
followed signing of a new three. 
year labor contract by Alwu- 
minum Co. of America and the 
AFL-CIO ynited Steelworkers 
of America 


resumed on 
British 


Underwriters 
Get Enlarged 
Site for Building 


The headquarters of the Na. 
tional Association of Life 
Underwriters will have a larger 
site as a result of the signing 
of supplemental Appropria- 
tions Bill No. 1957 by President 
Eisenhower 

The bil provided funds for 
the State Department to buy 
land adjoining the present 
building site of the association. 
After the purchase the depart- 
ment and the association 
agreed upon an exchange so 
that the association's b uilding 
will be on C st. midway be. 
tween 22d and 23d nw. in- 
Stead of at the corner of C and 
as previously planned 

Details of the exchange were 
revealed by Charles E. Cleeton. 
Los Angeles, chairman of the 
underwriters building fund 
committee. 


sts 


Baltimore 


Livestock 
Aug 1} > a 


Chicago Livestock 


CHICAGO Aug 
’ Compared 


unevenly 
higher compared last 


Three loads averare pr 
1285-1425-b 


In 200d grades 

cutter and utility era 
12 ‘00 % 153 600 few load « prime 9% 1140. 
1) fed hetfers. 25 4 @7090- mact choice 
ito low prime heffers. 21 40774 .40 nen 
ta low chotce graces cr OO? 00: utr 
My and standard beifers unevenly. 
@17 40 

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low choice. 496-725-th 

veariine stock eterre 

i*tum stocker end 
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feeding steers, 


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‘Net Lead of OG 
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» *Newter pf 3% 
New tag Ei 1 
Newmert 22 
Newst ted 400 
'News tad ef 4% 
Newet © Sh Pa wd 77 
NY tw Ore 1 600d 69 
“NY Central 2 
mY Ch & SL 188 
‘NY feck De 
NY 8H & Hart 
NY WHE OH pt 5 
NY Ste €846 ? 


Nerf & West pf 1 
Ne Am Aw 3a 
Ne Am iy wi 
Neeast Cap t'st 


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‘Ne © Gas of 3% 1.28 
Ner Pac 45% 441 
Ner Ste Pw 98 


Nwst Air of 1.95 
Norwich PR 1. 60nd 


Obie Edis 1.240 


Outs Mar 1.300 we 0 

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Owens tli G! 2's 

Oxford Pap 

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Pook EPL 
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Peoples Gas 8 


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Federal Storage 3/67 
Geverement Emp! Corp 4's 


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‘slumbia Medical Seilé 


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Decters ital | 
fed Services Finance 5% pte A 
Fed Serv Finance 3% cr pte . 


*=SSSS SOS SaeSeaQeeeoeroaon 
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Stews Gas Ut tot Ss BT. 
Wash Ges Lt Gea — ww 2 
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OcaS 
PUBLIC UTHLITICS 
Capite! Trane Ceo i 


Week Gas it com 

Wask Gas Lt 44.25 pfe 

Waste 63 Lt 4.50 pte is 
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Amer Set & ‘rest $e 

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business of Pavelie Color, Inc., 


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price was digc 


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12 : - ee ete. Sales i9s6 Sale | gate aa Bales 
~ rs WAR # " 1008 Hich Low Lest Che Hich Lor 1008 High Low Last Che Hi sh Low 1008 Hish Low Last Che ta steel ets 
oe £3 a ee : 258 87% 83% 804 —-7% 30%) Smith £0 72.100 32 OH 89% —1% Te S% Unit ind Cp Or | 44 ’ . in SS 
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26% Smith Cor 1.800615 48 38% 16% Ut MRM tb 


+2! ae i) 3 SS a io, Sy me arent fat ite * New Role in 757 ‘Kiskos’| A NEW LIFE 


*Ptiver of 4 ) 
Pre'ps 0 3.550 u-%| PITTSBURGH, Aug. 11 #—Stainless steel will turn up in a 


Phita €i 1808 
‘Ph Et pf 4.68 Sue pf 2 : ' new place in 1957 auto models of some manufacturers. 
Ph El pt o.ae no B-8 Sccaien a : ; a8 Up to now it’s been used, sparingly, for exterior trim, 
‘_ Seu ind ot 60 . In its new assignment the hard. shiny metal won't be visible 


Sow N Gos 1.88 ' . to anyone except the mechanics 
pers i who some time may have to steel has been doing a big busi By a Wall Street Journal 

Phillie Mer ( , ‘$% US PR 14 + : r ,’ : < ‘ he 

Pri Pet 1.78 ; US rat pt ' ; take the engine apa t. They'll ness in those sections of th Subscriber 

Pitichy Mills: He My §5%4— +4 5 OUS Smelt % 8 " find it used as the expander auto industry concerned with 

spite wins oh ’ tr $2 US Smelt pf 3% 8 6 62 unit in the oil ring assembly appearance of cars, but has had [ work in a large city. Over & 

on teen & © ta spetsing._ Set 2 et SS Bas, - “aan “on that lubricates pistons sliding little or no business in making period of time I noticed that men 

C - 

oe of : - Seen Chem 2.4004 81 1%) US Toh 1.20 up and down in the heart of the working parts. who read The Wall Street Journal 

Pit Ferg -_— . $ tg he pH, QO M power plant are better dressed, drive better 

Pit eMtalie 1.20r ' 05 a $$ «6 $3% Unit Str pf ‘ . = One of the objectives in this cars and have better homes. 

on oe yo , ee % ‘ #% Unit Str 2 pf change is less engine wear, Cc R bati I said to myself, “Which came 

Pit Steel darnd ; : therefore longer-life and lower ~OMpany Nepresentative 4:<+ the hen or the egg? Do they 

he ew Ag Be Sta 41%e Univ Cye S 1.400 ; upkeep costs. or read The Journal because they 
’ im | ~ Fe ar After long road tests and , have more money, or do they have 

Evtstes Co 1.203 133 SMe - c 3 . 11 24% Univ Pict 1 : laboratory experiments, one Manufacturer 5 Agent more money because they read The 


Plough § Mt% ' . ws ve on 

Pym Ci 160) = 668% see OM Cal foams O92 tN T5') *U Pie pf Ate xd 3.79 auto manufacturer reported O * Washir 'e hect knqwn Journal 

Poor & CoB xd (3S 38 358 Std Oil ind 1.40004 848 Ot%y 47% Uteb PRL 2.28 19 sd oy ne o ashington’s best knowr tart kj d t es- 

Ane ol ti Pe it 97) tite oF" ‘> Std Oil Mi TYohad 1210 58 : ‘ enYus Considerably better than Government Business necialis I started asking discreet qu 

Prect & C 1.88 ; iN A . fe i ing = — ' 26 1000 miles per quart of oil CaN desires association with renutable tions. I found that it works both 

Pub Sv Co's 188 . se Wer ty Sened ta — a B be obtained with rings made of representative or established ways. Men who are well off have 

seervett aS ee : 1 Vert © Seg .7ig " stainless ‘steel while consider- Opportunity id and ri to have the information in The 

Sterchi bs ee 3 ' 7 viet oe ty : able less than 1000 miles pe! rits 9 dining of- Journal. And average fellows like 

’ . € ‘ | 40a . > . “ . blo» . , 
Steve ay ye 20% Va Care Ch ' la- quart were obtained with the i" sul | cretarial serv- me can actually win advancement 
Stea Wor 20 " 7 yl vs 1 rs ee 1s ) old style (carbon steel) rings Pine thet \ild up increased incomes by 
: . rv . : , 4 : e : 

a a 1.28 ‘Wa Es ® of . The auto manufacturer can- g The Wall Street Journal. 

3 , Z _ ‘ , che ; ; Ow 

Publick ind Sef ” ' ' at AF , . ERP pf 4.20 > 1 not be identified at this tim Washington Pest ané Times Meraid vs lo I os oat eye long 
ago i sent $9 ior a ifiail Sudscrip- 


; 2 ; Steve V C pf 1 : ] - 
Publick In of an ‘= be 31% Stone & W fe > oo ae but Allegheny Ludlum Steel sors 

tion to The Wall Street Journal. It 
has put me ahead already. 


aoe 1.08 ! Corp., one of the nation’s big 
Pure Oi) pre gs “758 ’ Sue Chem 400 16% Volcan 0 1.202 q “+1% gest producers of stainless ¢ F " The J 
Geak Gots 156 36 33% 32% ag OF Ba, n - steels, said agreements have <P CIAL PURCHASE Thi ry is goon a sted 
Geak Cats pt 6 30 47 45 45—21 Susheam 1 1S Wab RR pf a%y %+ % bee ade to use the new rings Bal 6 Wee ee 
Gesk St OW 2 3? 1% 32 foam 4 a 139% Woeldorf Sve 1 , 14te4 2s en made | idle " ot from Stardard Brands, Westing- ’ men making $7,000 to $20,000 A 
= %e —_ or or * SS Walker W 32 i~—1% Cars next yea! fj year. 56 Vee we ee 
' ' : : 12% Walworth 1 101041 , Same of onan 6 _. | firms ill bus ss concerns. It can be 
, 14% Ward Bak te Me 15% ce aS eS 3 Carloads ern of celess benefit to ambitious 
Suesh Ma ‘ee 109%) *Ward Bk pf $% % 101% 181%4 % Consumed in producing an auto : . , priceless 
Sup Oi! Cal Se 4.28 1138 20-15%) Ward int 1 ‘ stainless steel oil ring spacer 
. 


Superior Sti 14 _.. : s Warde!! "he Wall Str ourn ie th 
Sather x a2 oo . 18% Ware & Pic 1.20 represent only a minute frac The , et Journal is the 


‘ ‘ , om , 2 busi } . 
Rossing te 2 97° Sweets Ce te ' , “4 40% Ware Lam 2 tion. But it is important busi- | cases complete | ness DAILY. Has 
- — , . ‘ } Swift & Ce 2a ' 40 7™ Wach Ge =? f - ess and . new de arture for : ‘ larg: st staf T of writers on business 
ending 2 8 3 Sylv Ei Pe 2 ? -_ Wash Wat P18 , hess, i | pé Ol All prices at Savings and finance. The only business pa- 
99 'Sylv Ef pf 6 2 Souneens specialty steelmakers. Stainles: Pee. 
Sym Gould ‘> 7 ‘ ; 5 de . — t 7 o/ per se rved by all four big press as- 
. /9 sociations. It costs $20 a year, but 
Telautegr 4 


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Temce Air 862 e+ 3 ; : ' Chicago Grain Free Delivery and Parking you can geta Trial Subscription for 

— 2 ho , ™ 27% ‘ three months for $6. Just tear out 

oie Te aid Ps , : : CHICAGO, Aug. 11 (> —Grain futures prices {Iso visible File Equipment in this ad and attach cheek for 06 and 
Repub Pict ' $3 : ' ex 6 Pred 603 “ 41 ‘e+ é' . ; a 27% 2 ceneraily increased on the Board of Trade Steel and Wood. All Sizes MS aG an 
Roped st I's 3 ' — : , suring the week. with wheat contracts showing 5 os : mail. Or tell us to bill you. Address: 
Revere C 1.10 ud 2 } ’ : : ; . : SS a? te 6’ cents a Beshe! ever Manhattan Ofiice Equip. Co. The Wall Street Journal, 44 Broad 
Rex Ore ‘ 87 , , . . 1 ; 639 N York Se New York 4. N. Y. WP 8-19 
Reyes Met _™ ; ' ° v Te . , Core futures showed smal! goins, and sats ew York Ave. N.W. ~~ » 4 

193 89 u., Aste of 4.85 a generally steady, of showed fractional 
iti 1 t>- e5 ary 5 ' ‘ . 

Textron 1.69 : ‘ 68%) Weel Mary 2 ef 4 5 7 Waest closed the week 9% te S ecents ' ' *s 

Textres - 1" Tt % a % © S30 6Wert Pac 9: hegher, core %% te 1% bigher, sats ‘s lower To Head All Field 

Thatch 6! 1.2 ’ ' Ys : 18% Wet Un Tel tse % 197 : cor... +. (8 a Bigher, rye 2% te 3 Rigner, soybeans ; 

Fuses of a hen ° , Weete A Bk 1.28 130 ' . : 3 te 4%) cents Bicher aed lard 55 te 67 cents BUILDING Ae tivities of Im portant 


Te Fowl ame gee te Sr ele iy anne Bea Tee tenet Oe nee wisn gems | CONSTRUCTION | Eastern Company Engaged 


Thermerd 69 
for the season, wih the searby Sepiember . — : — 
contract cleciag at $2.19. Gains were some In Lar ge Building Projects 


+> rar th tee . 
nae. nies sien Sen wheat te “Or 26 Executi ve ‘ ’ IR 7 


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Airc 1 OSe " : ” = ? } ' a} 6" > eh ert . . Range of prices for the week office direction of multi- 
Renton 1 ” 153 ’ ’ ‘> om - ‘White of 8) —S : ' millien dollar dballding con- 
Rotary £' S te . 3 ? ; we “y Se 4 : struction prejects essential 
Roya! Out 2.616 mo" ‘“e—3 wt Ww ~ ‘ = , a " Mest b refit-consci a 
Royal McB 1 fSe 16 32 , ' 2 21 e Wricer Oi oo pattems mais 
Rubersid 1.602 able te contrel costs and 

progress of widely lecated projects. The ability te werk effect- 


Ruppert ‘es 
ively tn clese coeprration with owners. architects and constrect- 


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5 a 227’) Wine Dixie Bind 42 ' 
Safeway St 72.48. 153 ' 3y—1' 37° Di'> Wise Ei Pw itee 23 3 . ‘ lon personnel extremely important. Sheuld be sreduate engineer 
$ 12 1274 2i%> Wise P Sy 1.20 49 1 : preferabdiy with decree in Civil or Architectural Engineering 
’ ’ 36%— Woodward ir 1.608 71 ’ : ; Attractive salary commensurate with age and experience 
2 4 1p Tw Svs+ | 45% Weelworth 2'oxd 138 ' ' 
St sh GP 1a 6 2 i" 7 ‘ity 1.88 . ‘a 41%— Worthington 2% 867 53%) 58 ‘dil Send complete resume to: Box M-290 Post-Times Merald —— 
StL Sen F Ite Ss 2) 7 2 . ; . “~<a 21 158% *Wor cy pf és, 0 M2 peed ' 
StL San F sf § 52 . TXL O01 ‘ ‘ : 9% *Wer sf 4% iN ' ? ' — SS 


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St fee Pas 2? . 6% 162 Udyiite tb : Mia ¢ %) Wyon Wer .dSexd : ‘ 
eg 23 2" “a+ ' ; “ 25% Yale & Tow 1% ‘ 31) 33+ & : R | K 
Sasgeme E! 1" 2? 3 ’ ' y 17 o ' } os 24 Young SEW ta , 3%, 31%— % - . . 


s Sav Arms 75 ' ~.%% 9232 3 \6 . : “9? 7 : 28*2 83°%— Yorst See? és 99%) 161%4—? 
Schenley 1 20" 2 71 ' Mt ¢ ’ 2 Yogot $ Or 1.0Se ; 3% 2%— % eS ri be , 
Schering 1a (e971 ; , “% mm ? All stock buying certainly entails risk—risk in varying degrees 
Scott Pap 1.80 ' ' | ° 4 », (t's 101 Zenith Red Tee 31°1798% 105 3 167%4+1%% 1 
Scott P pt 3.48 Uc of trading 16 shares or sales i foul! : ‘ 
Scevil Mi 2s s : . Ue El ef 3% “ ‘ ' Rates of dividerts ip the ferege ac toble ore sansa ‘ 
Seat AL PR 2% ' Ua Oi! Cal 2.408 , », “sdurse meats sesed om the last quarteriy or semi-snncal 145% : 
Sesh Finan 1 : Th % 32 We Pac ; teciarztion. Unless otherwise seted, special or extra culated one is difficult, if not impossible, to ascertain. 
Seas Oy 1 } ' ' ' o% Us Pec of 195 " . ‘s dyvegexts are eet included 
Sectrave 307 J 30 03=«o Ue Tonk C 1.68 x ' A! & extras. S-—Anaus!l rate ples stock 14% 1.48 
— ~ * . ‘ 3 15s Get Aw t I's ~— . iar a p es mr — re aa That risk can have ite rewerd. often far bevond cale ulation, is 

be ' » 4 61% Unit Aire ’ ' acl wi is year nyable ; \% 24 
Serve! ss « ‘ , 113% Veit aise a P : Se estimated cash value on ex-divi- 248% 2.44% something all of us have to admit. But where we can count the 

f ex-distribution date Pad i = : : 
croheees ind 2 eS ' site +ee Sie mn 1 .* Declared er paid after stock dividend a — dollars and cents on past action, we are still forced, always, to 
Shem 0 8 CG 2 . . , a 8° : = 5 at A Jeciared or pare this year, an accumulative issue with . 11.92 11.27 speculate on the future. 
Sharee Sti 1%: - au. Unit Carbon ? dwidends @ arrears. p—Paid this year, dividend emitted, 218 «61.42 
Shattuck ia 19 Corr F 2 re - red ef ne action token at last dividend meeting r— 12.22 «(11.57 
Sheoti P 1200 xd . An tig Wh ANe Declared of paid in 1956 plus stock dividend. t—Payanle 13.58 47 «612.92 We knew 
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and with varying potentials of reward. And precisely where the 
dividing line stands between the calculated risk and the uncal- 


im stock @uring 1958, estimated cash value on ex-Sividend . for example. the record of Consolidated American 


hig 

Sheti Gil 2 ' Ue Cig Wh of 7" ' , , . . 

Shelier Mf 1.80 a4 39 3 ' Sie United ve id :° a ~~ gg _ pan pew | ay cae : ; Industries, a stock in which we've had great faith: as for the 
: ; , . . ~61s— str bution. : : : , ae " ' 

Signete 8 sa x4 . " . mat tl ce x , w—Ex rights. xw—Witheut warrants. ww—With warrants Smith’s Reports Gains future, this defies calculation. We let you judge for yourself 

cin ot = 2 re ; 82 we-—Whee distributed. wi-—Whes issued. a¢—Wext day - ; ; ; 

immens ’ a2 5” ’ 13% Unit Eng BF 80 delivery Long distance moving of the potentials in a stock in which we believe the risk may well 

—— 2.880 a. ’ pedi Unit Fruit 3 Sin Bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized . nei 

omc lay re 2 28%) Ua Gas Ce 1% wader the Gerkropicy Act. or secerities assumed by suck Smith's Transfer & Storage 


Co., Inc. increased 5 per cent For a recent report on Can-Am, for fects to give 
in the first half of this year. you @ basis for decision, just fill in and mail the 


have its compensating rewards. 


company has opened its fifth 
Financial Credit Ce enits NEW YORK. Aug. 1) W—(Natl. Asse. Secu Group See Com Sth 4.05 Manse Fe Petre! warehouse at 106 N. Lee st 


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tmp! insurance Ceo Affitiated =F a im . s h ? Ss 
Secemmest Ome tle tes ¢2 , | ; — - ture store at the same address CORPORATION 
Griffith Consumers Corp pid - ee 88 Nation-w Sec ; ig ; Wembers American Stock Exchange { Assoc.) 
a a Corp commen 17) . " Toe 4 * Dividend Actions 70 Wall Street, N. Y. 5, N. Y. © WH. 40175 
hoppe Growth N income , Pe- Sth. of Pay 


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incerp jecome, 3.63 N Sec Ser Growth ? 

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jastit taceme Fa ‘ 7 Massey Harris Ferg d - Piease print 

let! Resources 6 5. , 8 

Canada Gen investmeat 68 2 Gelf Sta Util 

Merchants Treat & Storage pfé 1 Canadian «Fa xd levest Yr Prtnam = Fé Gulf Sta Ut $4.44 pf 
Metre inc Cap Veotere Jonastes Gull Sta Ut £4.40 pf 
Mount Verses Mortgage Corp Cestery Shrs Tr Keystone Scudder St & Ch Gulf Sta Ut $4.28 pf 
Muasey ‘rest Ce 1 Chemical Fé Selected Am St Am Berge Line 
Nationa! Metrepelitas Baek 66 Colonial fe Sharehidrs Tr Marres Seybold 
Nationa! Press Building com Comwith tavest . State Street. inv Micromat Home 
Old Gemie Gack 4% comprefé 18 Concord fa : ‘ Telew Elect fe gs Speer Cartes 
O!d Demmen Bank commen Coes tevest Tr ; Texas fe 


Pepsi Cele Settling Leag island » Delaware Fuad , — 


Pepsi Cola Settling Waeshingtos 1} $75 \ it 
Personal iadustria! Baekers onits ‘ 7s Unit 
Persona! ledust Bankers 7% pie 3 linet 


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Value Line NOTICE OF PROPOSED PUBLIC OFFERING 
net te August 12, 1956 


waa ve This is nét an offer to sell these securities. They are subject to the registration 

= and prospectus requirements of the Federal Securities Act. Information about 
the issuer, the securities and the circumstances of the offering is contained 
in the Prospectus which must be ginren to the buyer. 


tate Leas & any i 
Enterprise 
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Washington Medical Sidg Corp 108 
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Commodity Index First Colony Life Insurance Co. 


NEW YORK, Aug. 11 W—The Associates | Incorporated 
— *. 2A. 3 | (A Virginia Corporation) 


modity prices rete 
| 175,000 Shares of Common Stock 
$2.25 Par Value 


Busintss: The Company is a newly organized life insurance company. 


Offering: The offering represents new financing and consists of 
175,000 shares of Common Stock of the Company. The 
ameeny now has outstanding 135,000 shares of Common 
Stock. 


Price: The initial public offering price is expected to be $12.50 per share. 


These securities have not yet been made eligible for sale under the laws of any 
State where action for this purpose is necessary. The use of this document is 
no assurance that the registration or qualification requirements of the laws of 
any State will be met 


Listen to the varied and The Registration Statement covering these securities is not yet effective. No 
t b| purchase or sale of the securities should be made and no offer to purchase the 
urgen pro ems con- securities will be accepted until the Registration Statement has become effective. 
cerning air safety dis- The publication of this notice is no assurance that the proposed wes will 
cussed by leaders of y- Bea Mg as to the amount of securities, tf any, thet will be avatiabie for 
government, commercial 
and private aviation and Copies of the proposed Prospectus in preliminary form may be obtained from: 


Roger Mudd of WTOP 


News and Public Affairs. JOHNSTON LEMON & C0 
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Sunday, August 1, 1956 


SAVE Money NOW On 


GAS HEATING 


FOR HOT WATER SYSTEMS 


YDROTHERM sousr 


365 


NO MONEY DOWN 
36 Months to Pay 


Phone ST. 3-5560. 


® Complete cast iron con- 
atruction 


SAVE 30% to 60% on Brand New 
1956 idajor Appliances 


General Electric @ RCA-Whirlpool @ Magic Chef @ RCA-Estate 
Chrysler Airtemp @ Kelvinator © Norge @ Tappan @ Tracy 
American-Standard @ Roper ® Waste King @ Hotpoint 
Maytag @ Westinghouse 


TAPPAN 36” 
GAS RANGE 


All-Porcelain 
Construction 


Light, 4hr. Clock and 
Timer 


® Minneapolis - Honeywell 
power pile controls 

® Neutral gray jacket 
with rounded corners 

© Completely insulated 
Fiberglas jacket 


® Water travels a zig-zag 
path through boiler 


One-Day Installation. 


FOR WARM AIR SYSTEMS 


CHRYSLER Aixtewp 
GAS FURNACE 


BONDERIZED SANDS STONE GREY JACKE 
As Low As Resists Rust and - 


FIBERGLAS ENS( ~ — Keeps Jacket 
Coeol—Deesn't Wa He 

CORRUG ps! ay NEAT EXCHANGER. More 
Efficiency Ne Expansion Noises. All Joints 
Weided 
LARG ., IRREL CAGE RI owes with 
He Rubber Cushioned Mete 
MINNE yg A HONEYWELL POWER Am 
CONTROLS. Uses Ne House Current—Mak 
Its Own Electricity Even if the Liz hts Feil, 

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NO MONEY DOWN fast iron Will O48 oot RNER. Made of 
36 Months To Pa y VIBE BoL Fe hon TER fer Efficient Dirt and 


ONE-DAY INSTALLATION. Phone ST. 3-5500 for FREE SURVEY & Estimate. eiSl¢ 
Specialists in Hot Water & Warm Air Gas Heat casts bess 


GENERAL ELECTRIC 


DeLuxe 
Automatic 


List $299.95 
Month of Values 


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139 | merce sere 
dene 


List $219.95 


Full 9-lb. Capacity 
Water-Saver Control 


List $219.95 


August Month 
>Year Warranty 
of Values 
® Visualite Oven Door 
Swing-out Broiler 


Double Storage 
Compartment 


Oversize Oven 


List $99.95 


GARBAGE DISPOSER 


Made by ‘39°: 


American-Standard 
List $389.95 


Value Priced 
Kelvinator Refrigerator 


caer tot le 


Freezer Unit 
List $549.95 


REFRIGERATOR ‘369 


12 Cubic Feet 
List $299.95 


Double Door 
va GAS RANGE 


Ranch-Type Homes Series 1200 Magic Chet 18 &s 


: Full 36° Oven 
(Up Te 1000 Square Feet) For Large or Small Homes With Glass Door 


List $379.95 Deluxe 


Room Air Conditioner 


1955 4 $7 a9 


Casement FS 
List $229.95 


40-In: Push Button 137 


RANGE 
List $279.95 


Portable “4 48 


DISHWASHER 


List $199.95 


prYER 428 


PIAPHRAGM GAS VALVE. Means Quiet, 
Efficient Operation. 


Save Time & Money! See John G. Webster for 
Home Remodeling Needs or a New Bathroom! 


No matter how large or small, every job is planned expertly, 
carefully ... We buy in carload lots and pass the savings on 
to you. From roof to basement, our experienced staff of ex- 


perts has the know-how for the finest work ... and all have 


many years of experience. 


Attaches right to your furnace and 


Complete 
Home Air 


Amazing New Series 1118 
Fits In Your Attic 
One Unit—Uses No Water! 


*899 


INSTALLED 


uses the existing duct system to carry 
cool, fresh air to the entire home. 


is Low As 


"1099 


INSTALLED 


List $299.95 


66" °S- Tracy SINK 


*169 


Complete with 
Cabinet 


List $259.95 
RCA-Estate Gas Range 


40-inch ‘7 38 


. List $499.95 
Room Air Conditioner 


Clock and Timer 
List $279.95 Tappan 


GAS ‘Sar 


NO MONEY DOWN 
4 Years To Pay 


Phone ST. 3-5500 


Deluxe 74 Full 40-inch 


Casement 


With ducts for 5 rooms 
and Off-On Switch 


With Glass Door 
SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS ON KITCHEN CABINETS 


From A Nationally Known Manufacturer S AW & Rie T © $ 4 3 re 


WALL CABINETS BASE CABINETS 
SALE 5 SA 
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a “le «s3o69 18a? 12" ‘Sok (2431 7 o $32.93 18” Wi 44 CHRYSLER 
4” «618" = 31.90 . . 24.31 : ial | ' . 


30” 
30”. 
30” me 34.10 . 30” 75.96 
3 KK AG em litt a 


36” a 37 B4 25.96 ‘ 15” Wide (tl) 

an” 18" 40.48 | 27.50 | 15” Wide (R) 4. 

36" y 34.65 ' - 30° 8 27.50 | 1 Wide (1) 44 66 

Others available at comparable discount prices 
FREE INSTALLATION With These Chrysler Airtemp Room Units! 
List $399.95 34-72 Amp. Unit ef List $379.95 DeLuxe “2 HP. Casement ... .$259 
List $449.95 DeLuxe 34 H.P. Casement ... .$299 List $499.95 DeLuxe 1-Ton Unit .........$299 

List $599.95 DeLuxe 1% Ton Unit $399 List $429.95 34 H.P. (230V) Casement . $249 


54” REPUBLIC eocal 


“SINK-MIX” List $39.0 


Hamilton Beach 
CABINET a 


mice ®169-* 


List $199.95 e~s1) 
MIXER (Hamilton Beach)... Stiding Cutlery Tray 
Mixer Pop-up SHELF i. oy © 2 Deep Storage Drawers 
Single Lever Mixing FAUCET © All-our . 


Total, Value $289.90 * Chrome-Plate Fixtures 


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| : Tues.-Wed.-Fri. & Sat, 8 A.M. ‘til 6 P.M. 
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HOURS: Store Air Conditioned ST. 3-5500 


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| ARTICLES FOR SALE 12 ARTICLES FOR SALE 12 ARTICLES FOR SALE 


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TUSINESS SERVICE 9 PERSONALS 
THE WASHINGTON POST ADDITIONS. REMODELING | jal. 1 HB MANUEL REST HOME is situ- |F URN.—-Modern liv wit "\PIANOS—Used  Sicinway _ profes 


AND ow es por ; fs fie ate ; *autilu cellent condition . nal “yes upri «! . ow pri coe 
¢ a. a —- ’ mM ul ; t : : , - @ 
3 : : ; ~~ N <i iy in. om. ual tru ment ! 
TIMES HERALD t : 0 ™ Os "Esco SA “ER " the very best re. Night Ft - ~ B: lan a we ain . rm a° S00" JOR AN A corner “1ath 
; ; n i y 24-hotus ursi ° dap ant ‘ : ' 
ASPHALT THLE SID'NG & pai en butter fro: keel. cond, FY. 3-8935. apd @ stp. Bw, — TV COLOR RCA 
l Rates Al ; or, ° oe - de RN ‘tional s0[as ~— fer | Miniature. mahogany baby JARANTEERD $295 
we 10 ' ; aft. 8am. our good food is ou clalty ‘eee 4.00. £25 each 4 ft n ,completels re ‘v 
i) Very reasonadi ur in- 10 1. EM. 3-4764 d » Secerhy — om 
nhingt n and Potnts Bile ‘AND ci NENT "We RK r tio invi ‘ rth : . ‘ : vere ~— a : = $4: 50) HA ~42 <a ; 
ae SS oer ERICK e ‘CEMENT WORK—6: fj formati a a ag Fj dd bed, tris r chest-pn- chest, PIANOS Good "3 to $198 “. era 
340 . gr ~eptein “} rn ; 6-807 iprights from 5 to $195 ’ 
or Betas |kiewcA TING "siete ecraen| coun Count. pee ind Your New Home Now . RRELASIS,) sorishts from $00 be 2is6, Dever 
or trregular 2 Rnd gl q ; col ishes -- _ ANTIQUES—Pine drop-ieal ,. 1-6 PIANO MART Pull rerees, eUsT.. Wears Uk 
im ad t¢ two “ ¢ ——. 4% eo ‘ ‘ leriy On it reis > Hitchcock na s& & Chip 1015 Tih at ne (fust bo. the ; 4» 6 /0x15 $6.75 
: CO. 53-4109 dal hair mah eigh be EVES i $7.7! yo 
pri ad matt manhog serv 


rates are tor con- SMICAWORK—= sal! Jobs. also re- ¥ CY in eels . Nesed fatardags antil & cappable exchange 

me BRICKLAYER "aa lob ten a x9 — ee eee uo + Near A School-The Quick Way is pine tester bed. dron leaf din mall size grand, full key- fRa VEL S-Saet Sexe on , 
CONE year aw i an NE i EME is aN rT} | » also electe ¢ ranges f rn a £0. $: - rie oo fat N - ud haan 

much easier : i, the Be boy chris Pid ong. You'll want to make sure you’re moved and GAs RANGE—U itramatie: Calorie JORDAN'S. corner fen 3 or bs “t, ae nea demons sah 

en FORTABLE SHO 6252. ‘ etch ates ree talent test ad. 7S PEWRIT moval stand. models 

PAINTING us. We settled in time for school opening. The quick- GAS RANGE—CALORIC, maichies Pay "fine new consol 2; WAetUM  closkout fiat” tnt. 


DECORATING and gmioriably, We. repuild. New : reece enet, 4 Ovens. separare! Spine: Bis MARGE” pay small) $ 
York Sho pai ' odei- . tnermost rouers MOC UTC Sapien se. sodas » ta Oth: A 
. REMODELING be, 739 13th st. nw. DI. 7-627. est way to find that: home of your dreams near Fg a Me 7 hese: tt ye VENETIAN Bi Ws a in wide & 
‘ » | 4 4 ¢! 3 al ual 4. . ; . 
: coe 2 ra PR Bh 0 PTANOS = Bs fieade ls _up—PYo 
PHONE RE. 7-1234 MOTOR TRAVEL the school of your choice is through the big A eye ~~ 2 "Bua be G eared, t Fal TT's WAR SURPLUS - 
’ .— nterpris il Onn o - lance 

new be mo 3! tied o iat ~ rifice price. _ KITTS. 1330 G st 10, 000 BARGAINS 


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DEADLINES: : ; r aaen , ' , . « : ‘ 
INDAY EDITION: 10 PM. Pri- ializine in wood fences penses: leaving Aug. 14. 16. TE Want Ad Section of The Washington Post and aan no a: PIANOS FOR RENT Lower rates 
ay 2 AS of. ew. ~— ba an- ‘ad 
EDITIONS 4:30 OM ALASKA FENCE CO sft DENT Wents transportation , nae tom a8 we + ptove. FE 
ecing day to California in ij. tembe Times Herald. (OL ih pw. NA_ * 6 182 * 28 a 
OT. 4- 7300, NA 8- 5885 wal *~. tAd, —_ ‘th +4 Mai GYM. Ser Pit 960; Pet, cond. price KITTS a 330 Go st. ow 
8 Main sell $2 2919 
$2 : “TARPAULINS: 


FENC ES- CHAIN LINK Wayneso } nna. hes 3 er 2 coftes 
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9 PIANOS AND ORGA reat aaa : ext $4.80: DROP- 


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CLASSIFIED oh pre-stee) strike orice: Kaiser CAR f° eet o £0 to Los Angeles ¢ Li : : ~ ~~ $3 EM 12 : : ne pale how goine o Pioors oats. 8 4 

ence £0 n Vv > Wiknuineton . . . Sperrhake Spin must be clea nos an organs 
FLOOR WAXING SERVIC = Spe. DRIVER NEEDED halt ad f son 5. It sa he p u . ing size guide for home hunters modei, 1955: « peaut ful ce. an 1 BAC RI Pic a PRICE ES _xITT’s ‘ J " GICHNER 

‘ores, homer exce! lent instrument n¥ 
shed; free es Call JA. 5-5i o1. ° ‘o De appreciated, $650. EM. 2.- PIANOS WwW “have S used Gul ren 2513 M St. NW 
. ARTICLES FOR SALE 12 that lists all ty pes of apartments and houses 4217 spinet . and Ba) n i psase 
7 : . iG N sed oni fpinet ‘on oaie at oF ghouse 
a, Pei- . . . ; ‘ ¢ ieee ole my ne —. B st ric ST. 3-9400. J IRDAN S. cor e Kl 
544 Serv- ABAC + signte, | apple - ’ in the District, Maryland and Virginia suburbs. U2) 7th at. pw. NA. 8-8952) ner 13th and G sts. nw WAnER Ker 1m re 
- ers Su ’ : Vi . : " a 7 - —_ , ~ etio - spl ; : A . ‘ 
33-38A HAULING. A Bit CKING- Heavy OF a ER ae SY “knoc . mDe. A-BED ave. WO d 4 Ore wee a pn a - ‘ ~ . 
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Articies Wanted Tr 2 NG oH aoF 1 : rs BiB. ‘ H1-FI—Drop in at ew alr ‘ tus es ° 
Articles tor Sale OV ‘On EL VER and sun! tederat s. Jt fasbing- —— cond. EMCO EL ECT OntIc Sele n Bendix  duo- 
Seion Quien ai Were. aren Neekends and federate seals. JENKS. Washi Since advertisers get best results from the WHOLESALERS. P: n : ‘oid; used very fit- 
, rates : are > : ‘ae "23 7th st. ne Budget terms Wh le Gria { 1 Mt. Ver- Tike $200 or best offer. 
Automobiles : ident” and brush im- Na &-on4i sf , ; ; , , Trade- ins wanted parking non ave. no orkin, A. is ppeeenreieenenatemnemeecasien 
Aviation ' 09) dustrial or apis.; experienced. Ll eight 5 shif paper with the greater circulation, you'll find Open Mon, shure. Pri p 12-9 p.m. Sat. 9-6 p WASHER. Bendix. #45; electrle te- 
‘ £ 384 ——ae! lhe new ' ber ys “til 6 Lecated opp j Sieinway, 6-ft —s OO rigerat or 35. JU. 8-113) = 
Bankruptcy Notices ......... vi — 1 exterior, fool.” price Kod <- 3696 _Bears Pn Bi ver Spring JU. 51800. 10, 7.0095 " Pre at PASH R—Bendix teeen set Wasa 
; r 2! . ' erage Once , , 
~a — — seeesecs O& fit intin Rees zt ies “lew Ac “CORDION— Renat ta Soprani. 120. a tremendous selection of homes ae every HOLLYWO OD BEDS LEGS TA iar ‘Syenee. tu. “Sato. $85 tilt Lois 4 . e 
ome, Sports Section jimate SO. 5-473! ’ owite hi excel nd.; $150 or nvert ur_ coil spring or box! A} vOS— Se" eral floor a — es fe- oe het > tl 
Business Opportunities ... 55-S56A elieaty: —Inter d ext.: 3 offer HO. 2-6 05. Suna ’ . 2 : : a pri iy id bed. Coil tu from rental. reduce 
Business Property 47-54 sarerience: a Jree .* 7351 ACC ORDIAN- Tl ran design, price and location featured today in aprin f# Patented We install $15 CAMPBELL, M MU usic cO.. Pios 
2 $m . work . ift per j : : . ‘* ‘ ' —— 
Business Service oe Pree ext ' h Li 4-3 aa sits = best offer. KE $-339 , . ° . , RADIOW— Grund 4 loud PIANO Knabe G — ey too 
Construction Equipment - Pi ’ io r ; — 3 Wt ite me- Act ORDION—Sirad 120 7 this WW ant Ad Section of The Washington Post Dp ers AD 4-75 a : i7 — Or r house ree co. 7 ; alt 
1-490, irebie switch New, $440. Ju. 9-004 ICE CREAM CABINETS. $20 ea , +O tall pels * 
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Child Core eae INTING and neral mainte- ADDING MAC HINES TYPEW RIT. + woke OS can. Tn 
Ceonvolescent Homes 32 nan timat ll Preddy $25 ~ ,.our choice onl; and T imes Herald. i." Bom: . RADIO MATERIAL 0 bulld iio 

from 9-5 : week Pr me cemon Ap =o egardiess of 
Dogs and Pets I oe ee ae ‘sil WARDS. EM. °3-9538 1 ee 
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Forms 2, ter spou or res timate arn COND.—2-ton, excel 20 Wilson DI JA. 4-1234 | 20 
M 83 Ca any a LI - 39 i cool entire § nol : CKER LUMBER TFR . - 
awe Raghinery ‘e PAINTING —| Wes in tow bough - a ee . KROENLER a ee tuner and am unerated. Kenmore; decal. “At 
Farm and Garden e Rest ferenc —— ew. $110. eb 4-4 RADIO ; a q , ga _ 
— est - ate - 127 AIR et at tee pt Z — Cc ‘ve ; - _ . - 2. rpm $2 ec nA. } : .. _— a = iit 
Financial } Paci pe L aw NMOWPE Hand). all alur ax oA 
PAINTING—Exterior and interior! | ton use e type. ¢3 LO. 4-782 ADIO & TV <— > to sell 
Found praying plexto n Sum 's JOHNSON wu 3-800 T ent excel 
“18 mers, RE 6-7375 ‘= ; 1. 7- 
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Horses, Livestock 76A FAPERUANG 4 1986 suntast. rash- -| PAR uM NT , te oe sicliliatiteasiaianiinaiit i ne . . Cire "aAPTS —5-Man canvas it x-1 SX- 95. 5-85, 
408 Aneta ed aSrr er HU 3-46 ONE. barkeng——- ARTICLES FOR SALE I2/ARTICLES FOR SALE 12 ARTICLES FOR SALE 12) Ambien’ PUR te, HARRY J.) 8-53, | a a BENRUS, BULOVA, 
we . MR CONDITIONER Lo ELGIN, WALTHAM. 


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tk bid . rk. euar HO 373 s¢- BED.—$25. elec. range, $20 ites ae 1 IANCES—Dbdie - "hh r clothes. steel id - 300, 8 wes 
+—N y lg : iow Ox $2s ; ‘ 0 ofabe ov we, 14 cu. ft ice box SRRY J iS i24 L wt t: Lima munics- TT 
‘ : TERING. rus 7( > iF $1 : ; ? S: — ~ aes 545, Be q Mer : arvyer all like new FURNI URE we A, EA ry ; . Lt ' and ’ ny ovpers ; : SWISS. WI NAUER. 
Insfructions PLASTERING . - . - & ik ‘COND al : ' : b $15 T 3- -8 ~_s Pes “ 15 be +: Tt, rt ie ‘ : a ; i - z os 4 . . HELR 
itenetenaies Property i a ; Ahoy 1 5 an » dhas . : WALNU Ls BE 7. o8 SET. mir- ACh iansl 206 000 BTU — WAREHOUSE PRICES ) + eM 3 +) . Budest terme best deal in towr ROS, GRUEN, Etc. 
el MB 86 4 oa ri ame et a 4-778 air. A- cond 5 MANDOL IN - ibson. ; ; FMCO ELECTRONIC WHOLESAL- . it UP: used of courses 
Lena! Notices . 4 ar — he e -s ‘Tk ‘ OND ait : . 1400 mower *30- $35. = — , N. U WEL ATMED- Chi na ¢ Ww cost 45 ii ERS. jocated « ! ’ ea! . eG ’ Gr LO 
iin ie lv Ca te. 77-3077 Seep BICYCLE. —Bneligh Bo 6 rrel chai $10; drop leaf : . ver Spring A ‘at r Jt roups of The 
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‘ee y We «t . = ri ae Ay s in trad or best oe D 25; : lub as iA. 7-5706. | ' ti 
Machinery and Tools ' fed ¢ cus . | ide JU 5 ty een 16 anG 2 touay. = ha! 5 boo , } jining- c , , wi ton OPE L, bino , oe Salve, he new st with expansion har ‘3 
Sthtee Gravel Ag ca for ‘r Pr te arble-tox walnut ’ t. BIKE Phi llip’s Enelish. boy's: ex- mo ' s ; tua : rire b. NEW FINE QUALITY Les case Mit  . : lick sale ‘esteed i $5 $10 $15 and $20 
. On : : at ah WO 6-47 - ne ights run by hub g@en- a Os) . se, » =0er e 5-50 va SANGE OE: e yt . sto., Tull ’ , 
Moving and Storage 39 Se, Sper cin is | Y 20 ANTIOTE CORNER STOVE le@- erator a. $45, JA. 71-0782 ‘ ray ed ‘ sot : “ wttrititn PRESS. mogel | is reint very od Pes Al These bear Our usual 
— ee ; . ¢ wn its : ear slar and ip) stered - : - wit. .. 4 . ——- ; sii & ry 7 I ,07 ne! ‘U5 
Official Notices ’ 8 s} ing a re g. lor as ‘f rds. Dia x Feats BIC FCLE — eet .. ae. tr? lawn i3 ry x. , on A. * - . $440 VALUE MU t Til itn N . to - r th mi nef } L. 6-20 new watch wri “~~ Quarantee. 
O ‘lice Space .'s . cuarenteed, 3 it 7 ST 4927 : 5 : Ew aterina 4 BEDROOM BI , neh sav, cameras mm REFRIGERATORS. sed EN Not all brand ranges. 
Perionols dp ae Oe ree esti. : a : -_ a0 = ~ . 2-8 43. decode up. ; bor a : Y lig iress YU “and |i Pron et ost ec = om ; ay al ~ , TO 4 home NO MONEY BOWN 
rates " town the NTIOU rose ore : rhle sy ; —_ ' . 7 » ; + “ ~ . ~ : ware. i 
A : -"itheae ) »f r rr -toan : = ‘ , liens 8 - bed IV IN —— di 
a 70 SILVER sr NG Au pe-_ $50 or BO. JA EE : cu COLLEGE PARE CHCTE inet work. furn. ‘repairec eats ‘SUITE Sota-e OFFICE "FURNITURE "REFRICERAT R SALE EASY TERMS 
sop ee cializine | 1 “iy ont, oe ANTIQU E— mported. small marble & SPOR TS SHOP 2502 Univ. lane \PHO! sae site S244 th St, SET Chrome re at Nr Special purchase Standard $5 De > Del Credit and discounts to every- 
Real Estate for Sale 9451 ve JU. 9-242 , ard. $5 , HA 7 ~ tle. nm Pa — eliver 
Real Esate loons ire iraperies cus- tab ¢ 820: Oriental rug $35; SO. BICYCLE — Man's. Ivers—Johnao fF RN dian. le & Cour, ompiete Brand Westinghouse Co, 4 One of 7 * aye displaye ; One, including servicemen and 
. pas m mad st in ‘your home; sofa 51 : medal ¥ canvas ig me cot. HO. 2-098) 4 og iced }- $249 85 carload used office furniture. used refrigerators — 4 complete Government employes. 
Rooms fer Rent ’ hair Hi . | ANTIOU 5 —_ SPEC IAL pment of ot An BICYCLE elber a So 5-5 967 44 Tr. , m- a r . DESKS. STEE +t he Woop floors of Genera! Electric. West- N y k J Cc 
e ived. § Bhs ~ lip oe used; 26-in ; boy's: @ Apt y ; . 4a 2 “ OOD i , LETTER Prue inghouse and Fricidaire ew or ewe ry oO. 
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cha maa oF U 1-475 antes everything to b L we B] kk tS FURN. —Like new; dbie bed $59 4 VALUE TAH BOOKCASES. sapms. ?** ~ ite——2-Yr. Guar. ___ 719 7th Street NW. 
i's ; 4 > it ist Bter! sily uven! a a e Ao a. SE See SS. H Nit j <— SRORGIa aye as eae, ar pong Enea 


Trailers 
Dun “CHAIRS, $2 UP : 
Studie couch. “blo nde din yng ne GF p= table. fine cual- VISIB FILE pat PM ENT, ALL on SS sell oo "Sho 


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Trust Notes sel te lu ‘ oon 50 us df : 8 
vy¥ rr -w? 250. cr bow-b: aEFR \GRRATOR_—2 +. 
Vacosten Pioces sire all opt at ' rrow-b : ~ ier - r 50's , rm. pedrm rms —— ch. Warehouse Price rrbe- ELIVERY AND PARKING shelves on dc0er sortest ek sporage " SI ENCYC —s 
Warehouses PH: 3-7989, . | wack boot jacs = and amine $39.99 Manhattan Office Equip. Co.’ EM. 3 3-4064. Mon. 950 ioe ail sbpiement 
Weatertront Procerties ... 75A-75R - - AD a ‘908 ae > manana ara >-shei hat-not, mut Hundreds of 25% -50% ‘or more) FURNITURE 4 Want At Di Any 639 New York Ave. NW. REFRIGERATORS, 3 $2 29. 95 UP Best | offer. OL 3-99 18._ 
1 or NG ches & chairs, £2 Stand. tilt-top 1d stan oleh ° blankets—made by ac ou Wan viscount “ ~ Used. Delivered. and guar 
, . Pann your ad rh LS TERIN - | = i ‘ _ Sher 1-Americar ndle stands.) fen trical eam 4 . Al Pa cserv Ouar at eed! $79 50 VALUE OFFICE FURNITURE ACE PLUMBING & SUPPLY. 
. Pp ‘ / iN $F : = athe " : =o ' Cc ; af -} vi - 30 NTHAL ow PU Hv. 4 2 aséo 4 Ho ywood bed 2215 Geor rea Ave NW AD 4- onrTe Pik 
' WINDOW, all flos sand. -r. -ae - eetenl On ‘t warm tel Fuk [; like new: at ~ kit it) { and Drive-in Warehouse Sale!’ REFRIGER ATORS (3) Servel. 3 gus ty’ 2 
“| : oO ‘. sia “AD =e oe ; : ort o ha old ith “| : } .: ; Hundreds of DESKS. FILES. TA stoves 519 BF ne LI 3-012 : 

Call RE, (-1234 bON'T pags TO zm We come inoaaetia * : ear Tor satin bindings: core, aot vanity Tug. JE 4-0922. --- $39 99 BLES a" FB y i RARDEX «RE FRIGERATORS— 260 al) makes, 86 so mm 
. the finest in : ine min ; niown Yv . ; nve ont ae eat he m FU RN ITU RE ‘ LOOK “ mae ebt 7 80 ~ s' iseaies a28 } MISCELLANEOUS Went 


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cnnouncemens a ne ING ini 70 = —_ witt SEND Cc O D : att RE— ezaat, foes. $28 _ = ure! Oe 
—— : =P M. or Wash. D.C. Se a 7 OUTLET “CENTER ms aes ad HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS £ AWER atERT Fie’ +e — ao "ANTIOUES 
gp ry Pg ny {welling bulit in DON'T FICK UPA aie BRUSH Swirl. venetiam® glace. alee qth | 1806 7th gt NW.. Washington. D. C OOMS USE A BUDGET ACCOUNT | DQUBLE PEDESTAL Ska. $i) or be oer Beed4 
“House is in fine! t@ D fess ional offices ; h Fok a chit . D 7 weenie, , BOOK of Se owledse Anus. a $ 199 GREAT RAPI DS PIN 5 BLES “hs a _ akraictnarot Cee og WANTED 
oa - Taken e roofing. block work JO. 2-764! nd are ta Ff --w4 wu. 9948 ea 7-PC. BEDROOM PURNITURE COMPANY Pi: ‘om “fate Limit REPRIG, GE” 9-t. excel. cond me ke ON 
WE STERILIZE! BOKS. Wr de Fane, art t 2001685 5-PC. LIVING ROOM The Bargain Store of Washington es Purniters Moe WPRic- Neen ae NO: » Ewe ELAY. ROGS 

WE REMOVE ODORS! 2 arm. Piya i4- volume set Chila Cr DINETTE 907 7th St. NW oi} 7 Jersey A’ en r 4 = § - —” epmants a NaC OCKS. COINS. 


7 7 ectrie Chaim 2 ! | lo 82 
WE DISINPECT! pes a 10 vol, youns folks libs ary. like EASY TERM3S—FPREE DELIVERY EX 3.6742 ebrate— een; gee, encel cond . 
WE “DEBUG ant i if! : ach: 9x 2 Fo n ae, he ck Brant. etc ALPERSTEIN’ 4 Btore nen Da iy, 9. ‘ ~ OFFI E 3s M 2058 "ex 8-9463 
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TIT eat . » : ry > - ~ 4 
STP OIOS. Newest Health M ) ny ds to 6 Mont- 1020 Bg ST. NW PREE ‘PATuRLNG iN REAR OF T sa 
ALL APPE SANIT, RII Y! . ar Re L - : O 8559 RE E RIN] pedesta) ‘lavator: es. | . 7 
AGE, Stent A ~~" ANTIOU Fs ~ Ra os + nic 9 : 951- Daily 9-6: ‘Sy, .. & Thurs. 9-9 ts your price. DU o i 
i’ : sa . green be irm Let 7 ; . . - . " 7 
bi — i 10) walnut set, both “186d PE. 3-1 195 *5. jo Pevtedl aor ond “Cave bee ie FURNI URE REFRIGERATORS AFTER 7 P.M JE. 2-6132 
AUCT ION SALE $959 ; ; 2 “Ory ) viass Reconditioned—Guaranteed 1 Year SED Fir 
. mmoor dr. Silver 8pr! neg ‘Md. 829 50 0 rt NI TUNE 
‘ : Another ONE PIECE OF 


C) 0 » Le $3 a4 " 
ANTI YUES Colliers. 1954 ‘ 195: JU. 9-1108 Fe ae etre Re PEERLESS SALES CO ENTIRE ESrate 
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2 World a ney.. $15 ’ ; aerntce ATOR—7 ¢ : 
y  g00d buys once =| IRNITI IRE tving re, MERCHANDISE oo TORT: “| THIEVES MARKET 
re ‘edn nee roc 5 “t : REFRIGERATOR —Phico 7 fi. 89 N. GLEBE RD. ARLINGTON 
1 402 Oven ] “ bi 95 ae :, m Entire contents of a aa JO. 2-6088 
2 si aa ; ‘ . ’ [ — -_ 
ings — DING ¥ ATERIAL Your Signature Is Worth ca. a »-sleoeers RELAKA iZOR—Best offer. FL JA. 
Route 235 Lib TER ANTI at ce "SHOPS ACE an CO Ao OS 62-99, Gitan- - "7 Story office building. In- 4-7936 Monda 
SATURDAY. AUGUST 18th. at 1 BILLFOL D . brown, | ir : 4002 Minn ‘ "LU. 4-0500 3 COMPLETE ROOMS lud k ROASTER—Biee and grill, West- CALL ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT 
Ane » Ss , hae Ge — “Own "ep money &n oon ' y ‘BtloP Md c ABINETS ; ndsome cus- “Pc. sect | so cludes wainut des Ss, nehouse, $30; ,**" —_ Norge ANTIQUES 
tim . er , . 7 ae ave. : ne Pa to i h mn. hig! lor 995; hard- p! e ee 2.2 
{MPROVEMEN? S Real estate and gra ACK MONGREL OG ig. 5, & - WH STi) 4g; : -in. deep. Decora tt : sof swivel chairs, uphols abicee 8 ATOR ate whee ! i your yalua : 
land consisting of » concrete bu Takoma Park. | ANTIQUES —COU a VIEW | tive and practicnl. “te a9, *{udio souches $49.93. Holy- tered steel posture I~ Peiriien 2-318 ehina. glass. Turn te be 
> t. artesian Approx thigh, $5 Ibs ans. to , r offe ‘ 3-4064. Mon 9.95: full size inner Beu d calling WAL REED ANTIQUE 
mh electric “Bullet ted | ith rabies 136. Lest whaney RE MERA Halt MX automat- rine 6&2 : $24 9: ble b! x pe 
gs I Red iar ra rythi : ed Rigi CAM BA. Hallet ais ute NO. MONEY DOWN Drinks to m 14.95: rollawa chews, POOH cabinets, tables —s UCs 6640 —onon tA AVE. NW. 
irn ire ‘,e0 . ’ } on ces : : oe — —- , ' : RA \ 
AND MANNER OF SALE ‘name on c “hs rie J. Bell ' it board, 2 sgle — . ee, son Easy Terms, Free Delivery : Mi i. ' sares, aoe les ‘ and Imported Fureian Contem, =? 
a) estate together with the Wa. : t Mon. Au pe beds, blanket chest.” corner ae ee many otner items. Every bevy: _ rose. wine 9 
sufomen' nh ‘ furs . L4th rn a . rd 4 ip rd nutcnr ine 4 (nese ~ a VCR .: 8 — HERE'S WHAT YOU GET FURNIP RE” MART y y ay 5; ox 12 20° 
TU 2.7934 c ite fai na ne: Get: 2 com. R : Alex. Va. KI a-s900 PleCe reconditioned be- MAYFAIR SHOP 
4g OLLIE—Pemale. brown and white. BABY BED —S35. Pessed antique. P’ | ” — - _—or f 1205 OG St. N ¥ AND 
bi . 345 Living Room ee : mahogany co pie ore you buy. avas. CARPE IN G 
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ina! etn SPEEA Rss coor BABIES’ DISCOUNT ‘ie sean nts 8 Renuitu! modern sotarette. com.) chest, “ned atinogien inode YOR, CARPETING — gy it 
1 “(honey olor ' os ' rtab sone! chair pi ; ' inant ~ 35 7 jo T . urn ure 
CLOTHING end table .. matehine eocktalt ise breadioam 9 We Specialize in Equipping Pi aeesar' wt a 
- 8900 WANTED 


ol collar. no tas v 
en “3. Be ] Vi c¢. Pimmit Hills PARADISE HE FRENCH POODL : dé 2 beautiful decorator valance for 6 {t. window $173 fer Complete Offices VEVED ENT THA ‘3 we R 
|e fa) ‘a) ulous ot -72 , 
Gl ASSES, green x ase V le, Ww. o oe eg 30 oa 10% OFF . : : Dd! Bedroom “Yi Bedrm. > ond meh book BUSINES | 
‘3 ok & Wht FE all nat ional Cribs “sul has @ ~| Beautiful modern 3-piece set bed. triple dresser ige. mir S JA 8-963 0 
.! ase bear! ne name ri “Beds. Birol lers. Play- of summer cottons Gresser with mirror. roomy st fr. chest of drawers. small mirror . 
f Pearlman; reward. RA 15, the irs—Complete ) tastically low prices Sof drawers. double “size bed. slue WO. 6-035 FURNITURE 


head fs bpe,' came es ane famous po coe Dillows ete BRAND-NEW | SALES SAVE 20% -50% | JA. 5-8814 
dere joy <= ; Li. 


ust received Dinette Room Size or Wall-to-Wall TOP CASH PRICES PAID 


, 2 St. NW ME. 8-1586 
A modern dinette set — 
ou FURNI] URE OLIVER TRACTOR, W pes “Hoi ANY FABRIC—ANY COLOR WE BUY EVERYTHING 
and bale ii 1 o iTrip Cc - 
’ Keep : | Pur ad are aa Deal Direct With Pat Regal 3 . FY "sccm rth barvester Factory Outlet ONE ITEM OR ENTIRE ESTATE 
personal val. Sorning E EVER SOLD AT LIST THE FREN i ‘BOODLE No Finance or Loan ROOMS one in NB cae Va. 12N2) 2 7-3019 14¢ cm Bt. NW HINA. atl. vi. FURNITURE, 
PRICE 1623 Conn. Ave 2 d Floor ompanies Involve ; 5 ) ANOS—Great re- E 2. 01 OA JOS, . ; ; 
THIg IS THE WORLD'S LARGEST CO. 5-393 r Companies Involved FOR ONLY modeling sale pow going on, Floors! Tues oT FM _| OF By we ANG! 
t 8-1692. Ext 706, after 6p m| nildren’s oupermart DAVENPORT. wTii slip cover: #904 WE CATER TO SERVICEMEN 245 ot SACRIFICE PEiCes, KITTS. | ‘and’ jedding dress, Mou- ALSO DEALERS STOCK 
th and K STS _N DEW 10 G st 74 ia 
sf ron ve ie AV tga EE, Seale UES Big SPRWEE AM SE ne can NO 15th ERba See GE ee Melee” ort m| FLEA MARKET 
ACeTIONTER covety of same. tox Mon Pete. Pri. eves. ‘ti m BL. a. ou m ate Credi MONEY DOWN cuced JORDAN Battery, hi Ay 9 “antique oriental Mute tA MARE 


M- ; oe 
moma FO p—CMIRS “Bid OS. carriages, Ginine rm. suite Meraste china, Approval and Delivery Easy Terms—Free Delivery | and o # Be ~jkins, seldom J A. 30 


i e AL ryt ae. MY - . - Swen , / s| Biver service TA » ee : : 
CTION SALE PEnsONatS Be ich saa Ati al cee, MIRC PR eis REGAL SWANK FURN. "Scet roast i nen Sane allt thier ge 


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: t all OUN larger| mahog. ige. table. 6 chair . 
TO PRasryr Swing . L. ‘co MES yar oe answWerir sery- ' Wasa te Juvenile} cabinet. reaxkfront. server : } ] 15 h4 ST NE y ; ming over ey FOn.| eee pix: am = D JA 8. 0573 
WE’ LING ap : ” . a st. ne . ry ~- ae vie nne- : 
- y n the pren T etane aa ee 3 shor wa Let Ay Arial Carriage Sa. strol- ; —5-de.. mi P= Clothing &, Furniture Co LI. 3.8700 — corner 13th and G #8) sets Ave NE LU. 4-0131. Revates , Appras *Tt,.t0d Pasa 
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; ” "M. daylight ¢ - CANDY Cor i Enroll {or Bept ke mea a LUCKY 71), 77H STREET Nw IRN.—Dining tm. table. buffet INT 30-30% a nationally adv eS —— Brand new. Oslames te Oriect 

~ * te). Day and eve Bee FURN CAL Daily $—Thurs. “Til 9 | chairs: good cond NO. 17-2300 Artandt, Berke and, 500 colets.| Tents and accessories. imeh 2 nat. ) dining suites. office 
wth YT 4 224 a nM - FUR! Pine furnishines ; arterast Fpint .™ 316 Kennedy rying cases. Only $50. HE. 4-7682 | furniture and refrigerator 

is NVERSATION a Asats . Pot. CO ARAN TEP Low ane sists of 10 ate flass top included. , “= rib, dole, bed af moole:| Dane tedrm. sete " “plastic, We. SEWING ove yt DU. 7-0513—RA, 6-2977 

11906 ‘ id » 880; cost 8180 " kno as Tt 


PRICES IN VIRGINIA ovawrT— 
12e ery : : B 
4 — Blond -] : ‘ ’ ~81 $: 
a a : excl. cond HU. 3-4693 mate " spe TG. 5 HONOK r4& ¢ te ; iG CHINE SALE— aN must ~ we BOOK SHOP. | 1 ae 
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mattress. 7 95; oF: rice. are . baby carriage. fiber rus HE. 4- Pami! ; ing unt: l. ’ ’ Tu Ma 1. 8 
Moving. must sell Wagic t: 3 $p., CON ao A 


DR PE i < sul 0 ¥ . ST. stre! 9° feeding able TR 2 * a 
Kk F Pc : r 5 oa « : rmairs ry, 4a an ~~ DINING TARBL 0 OGANY. $35 wi Hotpoint orver orm : se nd Str mberg- —< ar) son % up 
1 E doae : ' rm. turn... other se) _ ; = ~ PHONOGRAPH oe i . ri- ro port 


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DRE SSMARING. beratic n . Bek Dacs. seat . 
.? "BABY TOWN - -Ma ple ’ " “12. ~ WER: yorteus sizes; 9x12 Orienta! | fo fl ex con s. * : p JA. &t34 man A 
DON’ T Die IN "FIRE Wilson Bi Ar! ons. S-in. « ov 3-23%2 “FURNI ITURE | re RN —s Fima snd miscl  Pilmess " t case’ must 5 od , roun bobbin. sews 
tha: ne penr Ove sent " DRAPE  _ uel om mode ie ' 6033 stn 1 DE 2 wry forward Land beck. 44s AP 4. ty 


Pa: cing im rea cheap 
5 . 26 26 cs wide, 92 tray ait repousse tea an 
URE fzintg® ory athet sin sels) © 3 COMPLETE ROOMS iit - Printing Eavienieae coftes set cafes pet, Sel-/P URN 
BABY ‘FURNIT Res od 82-2094. : wei er kettle on stand with burner er 
ABSOLU TELY GU ARANTEED The & CHAIR. "co: “facie BEDROOM dean eu "ate Lh. ad pocen elit sugar and creamer); replacement & pene. 
ALL MER.| °Dild’s desk. retl-tep with chair LIVING ROOM G j : e paper cutters. 36 in. 3 26 ‘> wee joes' Ol. $-0168. 

C MANDI SE PRICED ‘LOW — NOT cree if 16 — cad : 5; al in. Priced to sel! Used ‘otlset equi OFA $300 Pullman 

st PE ‘TEMS We carry EN Ct. "BERETA ea DINETTE table. $15: boo ment. ATP x22 whirk ATP, Dylon Piene PF 5? = ~- un r dental gold. piatingm 

N : Tri . ef « : rf . 

pAME BRANDS ONLY,  Btorfline. dep. MERICANA—'s 35eol TERMS—$5 PER WEEK reat” baize of far.| Teese" wh Trtewt V6 ehilin| Hor"t-aB0s” iaete™nttar” with] Sarg KUN, ie _ 
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PE. 35-9505 after 7 m.°) » Cribs, 412.9 me new: $125. AD. 4-1189 afte old ted £ ‘4 PBA, orteses; 
RL een wen | $7.88. high chair ot ote —ar- “eee NO MONEY DOWN irs. $2 ulith . so nb F “T_jxY 
3 = od 7, 5 Personnel OFEN MGH & tat oe a. ft. chain-link 4 Only once in = blue moon de you Mes. 8 1D John H. Burke & Co., Dy a pane 
L Yoder ‘ iesvt ; a’ ed.  Personn MON 4 U line post and ¢ . specia!| like this all. 2¢2° | of drawers. 4 ° ocks. sure. 
ou! , c cE. 1832 THR DAY ti} cluded termina! Rost 5: terme : a “ c ror 5: dini 125 E. Monteomery &t. at 
ess SERVICE ay ified ~618 A oe coas me On jot directiv across : o ' < : furniture 
Susie rug “'a yi - beensed homer f . CHAIN TINE foe ¢. ne. *, ; 
ET | | JUVENILE SALES CO. |"fisettnnshet erm: “WE “+ Bist ren rors, mise, ‘tema, AP, 224, Mari Nemployes “eaul stered eheine’ ims red lines we [A 2800, 185 Brean 
ures. mirrors, ct . rs with re = =. 
: enor Al. AT DAR eee FFORs be money on ty of] covers, suitable stud | PIANO 


; em — A Bireala ? 
inal ; AR yn W : : . two mews, FU aN iy $40, ditette F356. incr : . Please 8 
ot oo" . Small pie: raentiy needed 90879 Peat oF 26 Rams a A2Q bh o5 pe dresser with mirror and full-s or hest atten, ™ 2-$228 instruments at he PIA) Oo ! PULNOS Wanted: Cath, tor 
een! tract by rt sour h. Also un- BED..Dbie gray wal. without spgs at nw chest. FURN. and antiques. Chest $16: 6 
on All ty e honograp! hy rep 4) of MAMET 8, 22%. $0- ca ; ies . dresser $8; metal bed. 50; 
gg -® {oe | ins! hes! e: ity. $3.50; studio couch 87.50: oc. 
<> fF) : 7 : f : + might pot, rs) tn — ch}: arog t) , Ne ; -§ 33 J “es gnéirens ote. casiona! ms - $1.50. te 7 rar : : t f. ~~ FR BR. mu. . 
aa i phte life te n daily "6 "Poarsdas ul 9 - a woos, “Sreirare om Gees 
‘s nee bi A a ey ko a2 fi, deeiey mate in. heevy coll! foe ian aneeee. ft Fane ) - , y _t ime condition. AD 2-9828 
RA. 6-4998 i. €-6996 lveless « B30. eae | If vou own 6 ho THE CROWN CO = le ; lan : . oe mm con from | , INSTRUCTIONS 14 


T10 HOME REMC ‘Dei INS. Ae MAN t > 4 ae ortny . a. 
mee ta Mout A all fTOCK Reliable ay Seoital sup i — with choice m ‘meets and . _} break : : re: ih rake 4. ents = AIRLINES 
- $70 \, 


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2 it a eee te Di; & foods 
Call ‘wit NOT be responsible ‘tol any BED. foam rubber. “Walesa Gate! 
| myselt, ROBERT. Puen, 3229, Ste. 2 spring filled cushions, and, CBCORTAL. | FOOD dy 7 " Se pedestal 
yeell ROBE an cover : 4-5 i. 
Be (CW WANEINE” WEP LIN —UrecaT . , 4600 Wisconsin Ave. NW. casas, OE) whetnots. $2.50: home ber. $5: 
» eo oe el coutect Kenneth He‘lin. aie ehudren | *. | ’ a some. : th ’ r pieces of ml ohewes opem eves. and Saturdays : oF as: 
lore remodeling |g WREETER—(: : mowing: ‘ k-a-brack, vases Downtown store closed Gatufdays 1418 Conn. per me. 
fog ether typin “Phone. = nped l_a , : lets a . eruets, gob t t ave. 
re oe aise ping.- : ny 
aes ot 2 Kine chair. sie sha tLems grew! | grands. $195. $245; or 
7 . Organ , ; = aan omg A, . ote other items. oe Gailz,)} to 7 Get. & Sen Al) 36008 fay MART. i016 Tth 
ge KA, te train teach educa AN OP. , ; ‘ ‘ > BELL MINDS, 12th & G st.| st nw ‘just ons pole sp 
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ENGINEERS 


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Dept. 412 
WESTINGHOUSE 
ELECTRIC CORP. 
P ©. Box 746 
For experimental and Baltimore 3, Md 
oment or o- 
ns radar, 
mmunications 
ystems, both labora- 
tory anu field assign- 

ments 


j , 
Ggevei , , 
, mtrucum 1000 


Or Call L 
o 659 


Extension 656 


grams nar, 
and CO 


< 


These are permanent 
positions with excel- 
lent career « opportuni- 
Ties tor end neers cap- 
abie of assuming re- 
sponsibility and work- 
ing with minimum 
supervision 


ELECTRONICS 


RCA 


MISSILE TEST 
PROJECT IN 


FLORIDA 


Radar Engineers 
Communications 
Engineers 
Telemetry Engineérs 
Optics Engineers 
Instrumentation 
Planning Engineers 
Opto-Mechanical 
Engineers 
Field Engineers 
Radar Technicians 
Communications 
Technicians 
Telephone Technicians 
Mathematicians 


ln tn 


For 


ments ‘ ~r 


JU. 35-7200 


rmation and 


Arrange- 
please call 


interview 


Personne! Department 


views Conf Sent al 


VITRO 


LABORATORIES 


, 


ELECTRONICS 
TECHNICIANS | 4% 


nr « ; 


4 sting assignments 
islands. for Tech- 


food and 


ntrere 
4NJ 
ye N ahama 


Bonus 
furnished 


ans 
an ‘lodging 
6 
nr oa? tne 
fabricat ronic equip- 


Te he ~ =! ae a” , Civ ’ 
f least 


in 


or military 


Unwsual opportunities for 

professional advancement 

Broad. liberal RCA benefits 
Relocation assistance 


Familiarity with stand- 


, ess 


r oo ? 


ard test equipmen ential 


FOR PERSONAL 
INTERVIEW 


in Washington, D. C 
Call Mr. H. Carter 


Y9 AM to 3 MA 


At District 7-4800 
Wednesday or Thursday 


: August 15 or 16 


JOHNS HOPKINS 
UNIVERSITY 


TH 


2P.M.to9 P.M 


resume 
N-331 


complete 


Or sen 
Mer. Dept 


Empioyment 


RCA Service Co. Inc. 


P.O. Box 1226. Melbourne, Fla 


-—-- 


Salesmen Wanted 


AN EXPANDED SALES PROGRAM OFFERS 


EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR 6 QUALIFIED 


MEN WHO ARE LOOKING FOR A FUTURE 


sales. many other 
products 


Salary while 
advantages 


tra a ng and commission an 
selling Sears nationally advertised 

Re: 
ad “Aa / 


ves will interview in store 


August 13th and 


eser tat 


and Tuesday, 14th 


Ca! 


= 


315 for appointment 
10 A.M. to 4 P.M 
Parker Reid 


EM 
r apply 
Ask 


SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 


4500 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. 


2-1122, Ext 
IN person 
tor Mr 


, Engineer, 3rd Class 


L's Sint OWN. Immediate’ 


3d class: ow lux. bg agt, 
a we rea. good co. i efits. 
cyt a 


| rm : 
te { 
et CAPRITZ Ct co. 


INGINEERS 


ARMA announces 


INERTIAL 
NAVIGATION 


DEVELOPMENT 


PROGRAM 
For An 


Westinghouse *OVYANCED 
Baltimore Divisions AIR FORCE 
— MISSILE 


SENIOR ENGINEERS 
ENGINEERS 
ASSOCIATE ENGINEERS 


Systems Evaluation 
Gyroscopics 


Guidance Systems 


Thermodynamics 


Division American Bosch Arma Corp 


RESEARCH 
CONSULTANT 


in 


SERVO-MECHANISMS 


and 


MAGNETIC AMPLIFIER 


Design Development 
and Application 


A highly qualified man, who wants @ staff consult- 


ant position with well-defined promotional possibili- 


. 


Ss commensurate with the 
should write, 


ties and remuneration that 
advanced nature of the assignment, 
cal Or visit 


AVION DIVISION 


_ACF Industries, Inc. 


524 North Pitt Street 
Alexandria, Virginia 
Ki. 8-4900 


baie 8-23 
S, Cor. 12th &G | 
ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEER 
BS. or MS. in Electrical 
Engineering for research 
and development project 
work in expanding Electro- 


Mechanical Division. Some 
experience desirable. 


ENGINEERS 


PLEASE SEE OUR AD 
TODAY’S SPORTS PA 
FOR DETAILS 


Washington Interviews 

7" & Sun. (Aug. 11 & 12) 
9A. M to 4 P.M 

Phone: MR. R. MARTIN 
at DISTRICT 7-4056 


SPERRY 


GYROSCOPE COMPANY 


Division of Sperry Rand Corp 
_.—_—». Great Neck, L. 1, New York 


ATLANTIC 
RESEARCH CORP. 


90! North Columbus St 
Alexandria, Virginia 


Ki. 9-7500 


ENGINEERS 


Analytical Design 
Advanced Dynamics 
Advanced Structures 

Controls and Accessories 


| 


Advanced Filight Propulsion 
groups ~ ER a meedine company 


FOR 
The Creative Engineer 


who contributes his best when 
faced with problems unsolved by 
other 


who is speechiess without «a siide 
rule 

who ith equations end words 
bulids “an engine or demonstrates 
a concept 

TH'S I8 YOUR WORK 
Creation of sdvanced 


tual mechanical design 
component 


Inertial Navigation offers 
the mos, edvanced concept 
in guidance requiring no 
terrestial source of energy 
information. no earth- 
Bound direction once the 
ultimate destination is se- 
lected. It offers the most 
promising solution of the 
suidance problem for the 
long-range missile 


concep- 
’ of 


or 


Integration of these compo- 
pents inte @ practical unit 


Create one develop analytical con- 
epts 


Structural Theory 
Heat Transfer 

. al hermodynamics 
Aerodynamics 


While the principles are 
simple, the realization in- 
volves advanced creative en- 
gineering. © ARMA's many 
successes in the creation of 
precision inetr and 4 yea A J “where. the state-of 
systems for navigation and 


art is mot satis tory in fre 
fre control. especially pre- environment "ot weight 
cision reference 


iments 


th 
sponse 


gyroscopic 


REPLY CONFIDENTIALLY TO: 
BOX M-291, POST-T.H 


ENGINEERS 


Eniov full use of your skill 
and imagination, and friendly 
professional give and take with 
in the field of elec- 
design and 


systems for all applications 
At it uniquely for a major 


this advanced ares 


role in 


5 
imaginative 
and 


The 
resourcefu 
neering skill ig requis 
create the ceagree 
cision—nhitherto 
in toe fromponents 
sential to the guidance of 
ad missile 
acceler 


heieght ef 
iness 


ain 
et- 


ima 


anced systems— 
ymeters 


en's 


gy res 
elem 


romputer 


top men 
tro mechanical 
develooment 


iza°1on Tr be 


extraordinary 
ut 
condit 


to pro ide moat 


unaer ions 
tem - 


ms 


velocities You will perform studies re- 
lated to the latest types of 
military aircraft with the ob- 
of determining require- 
ments. feasibility, performance 
and specifications of compu- 
ters and over-all systems for 
simulation of their operating 
and performance characteris- 
tics 


of extreme 


peratures and accelerat! 
Immediate openings for 
Supervisory 8 af os! 

iM > 
as well as for 


ions ject 


EXPERIENCED IN 
Degree in Physics, ME. or EE 


or—with equivalent in experi- 
ence—is required. Advanced 
degrees are desirable 

Digital Computers 
For Interview Appointment 
Accelerometers With Our Senior Engineers 


Telemetry Call WA. 7-4444 


Technical Personne! Section 


Reliability 
or Send Resume 


Stabilizing Devices in Confidence 


Servomechanisms 


ERCO DIVISION 


ACF Industries, finc. 
Riverdale, Maryland 


Automatic Controls 


Environmental Research 


Transformers 


Production Test 
Equipment 


Standards 


ENGINEERS 


significant scien- 
tifte progress — be achieved 
' iD co mpan 4 
and 
won by engineers associ- 
sted with ARMA’s inert ial 
Nay gation Program ’ nv 
supplementary benefits make 
career here doubly attrac 
tive 


Honeywell ad 


Moving Allowances Arransced in the 

Porward confidential 

=e reference contact 
our permission 


resume 
withogt 


financial section 


Technical Personnel Dept. $00 


ARMA 


of this 


oosevelt Field newspaper ) 
Gerden City. L. Il. WwW. ¥. | 
| 


Incorporated | 


' 


Operations Research, 
SILVER SPRING, MD. 


Offers Physical Scientists and Mathematicians 
the opportunity to associate themselves with an 
independent, growing organization devoted to 
military and industrial 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. 


PRODUCT EVALUATION 
SPECIALIST 


Personnel needed to assist in planning, testing and 
analyzing new computer peripheral equipment for 
large Midwestern manufacturer. 
with a future and rapidly expanding electronic com- 
puter field. .Must have technical and/or applica- 
tion experience in punched card or other similar 
‘data processing equipment. 


Send complete resume ‘to: 
Box M-293 Post-T.H. 


Interesting work 


2 MEN 


ne Be 


ADVANCED PRECISION 
And COMMUNICATION 


See the | 


individual renown te be | 


MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS 


Duiiiine come letely air conditioned 
| equ with mos 
: vanced technical 


- Washington 


GYROSCOPE COMPANY 


| FR. service bes” eee 
| empagineers. Over 6 of ye 


| in e. 
i | t @p eon in 
| =e 


ANN PALMER HAYNES 
1346 Comnectiout A 


WoL, MEN 


ENGINEERING 
REPRESENTATIVE 


As assistant to the head of 
government sales in re- 
search and development 
electronics laboratory. 
Must have engineering de- 
gree and be presently (or 
recently) employed as an 
engineering representative. 
Salary open. 


ENGINEERS 


and 


SUPPORTING 
PERSONNEL 


The Glenn L. Martin 
Co. has a number of ex- 
cellent opportunities on 
such interesting and 
challenging projects as 
the -EARTH SATEL- 
LITE and the INTER- 
CONTINENTAL BAL- 
LISTIC MISSILE for 
engineers and support- 
ing personnel with a 
background in the fol- 
lowing fields: 


TU. 2-6800 


EMERSON RESEARCH 
LABORATORIES: | 


701 Lamont St. NW 
Washington .10, D.C 


A Division of Emerson 
Radio & Phonograph 
Corp. 


ENGINEERS 


COMPUTER 
ENGINEERS 


Por A 


MECHANICAL & 
STRUCTURAL 
LAYOUT 

TOOL DESIGN 

AIR CONDITIONING 

TECHNICAL EDITORS 

DESIGN CHECKERS 

LIAISON ENGINEERS 


Apelicati ion of: 
1ISTC ee cED 


eat 
Miss ile eEianse "Brate 


in 
vom puter Nop! Hee tions 


\s 

Cor eyesoment 

Package 

Suburban living on Lone Is! — 
pear world- vamous beache & 


Da yet less than 30 
minut es by train from New York 
} 


es Stee 


TOP-LEVEL STAFF AND 
SUPERVISORY POSITIONS 
FOR 
PERSONS EXPERIENCED 
IN THE FOLLOWING 
FIELDS OF SCIENCE: 


Moving aRowanes Arranged 
—up to $12 


sar 
(Com mensurate with experience) 


No 
your 


| Porward confidential resume 
reference contact without 


AERONAUTICAL 
ELECTRONICS 
NUCLEAR 


permission 
Technical Personnel Dept. 500 


ARMA 


Bosch Arme 
Field. Oarden 


Riv vision 


Company Sponsored | 25:5 
Graduate Education iat 


Program. 
ENGINEERS 
AND 
TECHNICIANS 


Researoh and 
Development 
Field Engineering 


American 
Roosevelt 
N ‘oh 


All inquiries will be on s@ 


confidential level. 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 
Aug. 16, 17& 18 


Phone Mr. Robert Brown 
at EXecutive 3-5888 
Weekdays, 10 A.M. to 8 P.M 
to arrange an appointment, 
or 


ER OPPORTUNITIES 


, INTERVIEWS 
SEF iI8M'S 
N TODAY ‘3 SPORTS SEC- 


INTERNATIONAL 
BUSINESS MACHINES 
CORPORATION 


Contact: 


“ENGINEERS 
Physicists 
Chemists 
Aerodynamicists 


Aero-Physics 
HELP EXTEND THE 
THEORETICAL 
KNOWLEDGE 
————— (GUIDED MISSILES 
URGENTLY REQUIRE 


JOIN 

EXPANDING STAFF 
OF MAJOR COMPANY 
Now Planning 


SP i. RRY'S 7 years Ahead 


NEW for Pas. or. eauivalent. 
ENGINEERING 


PROFESSIONAL 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


MARTIN 


Baltimore 3, Md. 


Engineers 
COMPONENTS 


Researcn 


experienced in foi 
lowing fields 


LABORATORY & PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 53 


Chemistry 


High Temperature 


hemical Kinetics 


MODEL SHOP 


EXPERIENCE IN THE PHYSICS 
DEVELOPMENT OF 


Thermodynamic 


Atomie end Molecular 
Electron 

lonization 
aure Lysics 
faves 
Atmospheric 


COMPUTER, CONTROL 
Upper Ai 
COMPONENTS 


REQUIRED GAS DYNAMICS 


Free Mol pouting, Fiow 


Openings in Many Fields 
Including the Following 


R. S. COILS 
DELAY LINES 
SYNCHROS 
TRANSFORMERS 


ELECTROMAGNETIC 
COMPONENTS 


SPECIAL MOTORS | 


Fiow-Materia!l Interaction 


in confidence to 
M22. Post-TH 


ENGINEERS 
SUCCESS ... 
iS ALL ABOUT 
YOU 
at 


GENERAL ELECTRIC’S 
Utica Plant 


Write 
on 


Ther en air of success and 
talit > gow Genera! Electric's 

Light ilitary Electronic Equip- 

ment tment thats ines- 

capable 

The demand for new ideas, 


DESIGNERS 


With s minimum of 6 years’ ex- 
perience in the Gossn of any of 
the sbove componen 


panting % to BR 


vancement oy the order of 
the day 


ad-' 
facilities 


Red pape stuffiness and stereo- 
typed minsing a. alien here 
and there's ace for the 
timid thinker "ae e “born fol- 
if you're an en- 
unger for jeader- 
ere you re meent 


INTERVIEW 
SAT. & SUN., AUG. 11 4 12 
FJA.M. to4 P.M 
Phone MR. R. MARTIN 


DISTRICT 7-4056 


FOR APPOINTMENT 


SPERRY 


ether with s 
ck. 


a if 


IT OVER—«en you 
thinking matches 
7 ra 


touch 
tion 
about openings in the following 


STARTING SALARIES 
UP. TO $12,000 


in 


COMMUNICATIONS 
Systems eoed 
Eiectro- “Mgenoares 


DIVISION OF RY RAND 


Pr 
55 DENTON AVE. SOUTH 
NEW HYDE PARK, L. |, N. Y. 


ecring 
en’ 


ENGINEER-SCIENTIST 
$5000-$30,000 


FREE 


WORLD WIDE PLACEMENT 


Cou 
Ebectro- _ a 


Micro 
Beare 


erie ti 2 Ay 


ALSO OPENINGS FOR 
Sanne Technical Writers and 


ELECTRIC CO. 


DIGITAL : 


and Transport ag ‘ “a” 
Properties on ARDS (White!—UN 


| and 


| Sal 
| tien 
: 


| TITMUS OPTICAL CO., 


¥ 


Openings Now In: | 


ve n 
Systems 


_13\THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


a 
HELP, MEN 


Sunday, August 12, 1956 D3 


~| 382,000 


To direct sales of prominent N. Y 
management consulting rm for 
Washington and ing ter- 


xperience this field essential 
Draw gal earn commissions 
eret ‘ide ogg five- oekson 


surrou 


Cc 
ARE You gver forty an 
pupsermens POR 


Unusual sopertuniie for aggressive! 
men's fur- 


“= 
men who are not satisfied 
their present position and 


to 
_Bisir Ra. NW 


GENERAL CLERK 


Position 


available in news- 


paper accounting department: oun 


for young man with some 
knowledge of accounting prac- 


ful. Five day, 40-hour week 


in air-conditioned office. Many SANTOR 


employe benefits, 
liberal vacation plan 


, 
APPLY PERSONNEL DEPT. 
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 


The Washington Post | 
& Times Herald 


1515 L STREET NW 


GOVERNMENT 
MARKETING 
SPECIALIST 


| Barn 
| trainine 


6o5 sive co 
poles 


Daily 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results, 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 


| Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


HELP, MEN is 


Mechanical Engineer 


Structpre! plate or back- 
Exceptional opportunity. 


INSTRUMENT 
MAKERS 


| TOOL MAKERS 


Openings for craftemen woe take 
pride in precision work who! 
desire work — s *srowing 
progressive compan 


OPENINGS ON DAY AND 


NIGHT SHIFT 
| Really competent mechanica 
id com 
advaneomen 


* ERCO DIVISION | Wa RB itimore division. 


AFC Industries, Inc. | tact 
) orth ave 
Riverdale, Maryland ’ 


WA, 7-4444 


“Gmaler: 


ocal $15,006 


wae 
altimore 2. Md. 


: 
RADIO-Radar techs. : 
’ 


INSURANCE AGENCY MGR. 


INSURANCE 
UNDERWRITER “BB 
s mpl, 


o8.8 ¢] 
CL. —- Jy 
PAYROLL CLK ‘' 
while yo pre eres . = SPRING, m~ 

per Exverienc ° ie. 9-4446 

necessary. We pay a guaranteed ME Ate hel ipers. sand welders— 

8a. pius car Som me experience desi le. ust 

vag * tools ply betmeen 9 and 

Garage, i134 


Newense n ‘addition to group life 
New 
MEDICAL DETAILMAN 


insurance ey eee B= 
tien with pay and 
To cont -* physicians and cme 
trade in eshington. 


bulld wo eredit on disability wand 
oS abi ished 


Grey = 


retirement. Age 21 te * 
og Oy for Siertet isio 
all ST. 3-7053 


~ Y . 
expanding 
Pp me or science 
1G or education required. 
Starting income up plus. 
iy and ex i- 
for financial an 
Libera 
q em 


wburban Maryland. OG. 
¢c 


-| ence. Opportunity 
supervisory advancement 


Georgia ave. 


A « Whesien Mad 
SALZs MANAG 


Letge 
Bee proven pr 


Pleasant ave 
ww learn heating 
income 
or or mechanical 
oliand Furnace Co.. 
tt ° 
0 Ww to wor 
ffice on ’ Sressiam 
rogram. exD. 
transp farnine 
$3 wer hr 2 | 


will aver 


2209 Chest. 


= 
i x mm [ 


‘AJ to help move 
carnival Saturday night. Call TA. 
23-6446 bet. 9:30-11 Sat. morning, 


MEN 


Excellent Opportunity for ag- 
gressive men in large furni- 
ture office. Liberal salary, va- 
cations. Many company bene- 
tits. Apply Mr. Snydor. 


Hub Furniture Co. 


7TH AND D &8TS. NW 


MEN — 


is MEN. exper- 


LIFE INSURANCE 
ERAL, Loc 
chise available to exp 

rdinary 


tices. Previous experience help-| ui 
s 


t 
nationwide 
as opening foe 
Washin 
b! co) - 
and person- 

le. If qualified write saties ace. 
| @ducation and arital statu 

our letter indicat es you 

t in our or eanisation. 
——E wi 

to 


oe 

or 
‘ white Call Arlington 
= eee 


“ MACHINIST 


Pirst clase with 


| AM LOOKING 
minimum of 10 For 8, particu! lar type man. 
m 


lex. Must be "capable wi 
us capable “ 
he job with little as Car essential 
tance or supervision —~ ont 
ery & for odven mgoment. © 


_—" or appoint- MORNING NEWSPAPER 


wee 
Cail RA _ 6- oon 


| ATLANTIC RESEARCH CORP. 


know trends in 
government research and 
development and have 

broad association with mil- 

itary services and ‘their 
equipment. Must have en- 
gineering degree. 


Should 


TU. 2-6800 


EMERSON RESEARCH 
LABORATORIES 


701 Lamont St. NW. 
Washington 10, D.C. 


A Division of Emerson 
Radio & Phonograph 
Corp. 


GROC ERY CLERK — Colored or 

Must have produce exper 

| = Ex: e lent opportunity Be right 
an Apply 1418 7th nw 


COOCERY MAN must heave recent 
ain stcoer mse rket experience 
Good salary. Excellent opportapity | 
ior gSvapncoment of ee 
ater 9 fon R. 
9400" Sembe Food Stores. 
5. ‘Benn! neg Ra. N 


i~es 


— ay 

re Must 

nyasical require- 

an enforcement 

work in roby 

d apc btarting 1 sal- 
ary 833 for 46-hour wk 


rFA ROT CAR DRIVERS— White 
married. 5 years o—, ——— 


Must bondable and aS 
health Starting salary 87 week. 


PORMER APPL ICANT? —- 
PHONE CALLS BETWEEN 9-1 


ult 
30 to 50 years of year 
residence reau 


me 


AM 


GUARDIAN SERVICE 


Representative. Car necessary; full 
7-8070 


—— OF past time. DU 7-807 


IBM Machine Operator 


U. 6. citizen. to 35. for permanent 
position in small inate liatioa vith 


| private research «rganiza‘io 


tagon location Minimum 7 years’ 
enera! now edee ing experience an 
° 


beic: after 8:20 « 
INSURANCE—PRUDENTIAL 

Two men for salery «& coman 

sion. Excellent promotional op- 

portunities due to opening of sev- 
eral new home offices a Bae 

~~ in this area 

ington, JA. 7-7404 eM “va. 


INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER 


opportunity 


ie) 


Ae excellent 
with 


an 
set time standards 
establish Lcsntive pians 


ry commensurate with educe- 
and industrial experience. 


1901 N. Columbia St : 


MACHINISTS 


Capable of Working to Close 


) 


’ 


Alex., Va DEALERSHIP 


Applications now being ac- 
cepted for immediate 
opening for morning news- 
paper dealership. Excel- 
lent earnings. Full time 
work. Cash bond required. 
For personal interview 
telephone Mr. V. T. Curtis, 
RE. 7-1234, Ext. 376. 
Applicants should live in 
Or near Alexandria, Vir- 
gina. 
MULTILITH OPR. 


— White exp. 
for sburden Md 3 

GERTY EMP1 ; 

& & JU. 5-6040 


Experienced 
With Small Mechanisms 


Tolerance 
Well Equipped Shop Facilities 


Wages Commensurate With 


Ability $300 
918 E.lsworth Dr. 


MUZAK INSTALLER — Biperienced 

im sound. racio or television; top 
pay and steady work Call Mr. 
Ward. RE 17-4050 


Many Company Benefits 


-_-- 


Apply in Person 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


8 A.M. to 4 P.M, OFFICE 


MELPAR, INC. MANAGER 
OPP JEP? Davis wy ’ 


3000 ARLINGTON SBLYD 
FPALLA CHURCH. VA 


‘Take Arnold 2-V bus from iith 
and E sts. ow. to plant entrance.) 


For Washington, D. C. branch 
sales office. AAA-! national 
concern. Prefer college grad- 
uate in accounting or business 
administration Age 25-35. 
Must have high management 
and supervisory interests and 
aptitudes. Modern office, com- 
pany furnished life insurance, 
health and accident insurance 
and retirement plan. Give com- 
plete details and description of 
background erperience. Re- 
plies kept strictly confidential, 


MACHINISTS 


TURRET LATHE 
MACHINISTS 


Write to 


MINNEAPOLIS 


HONEYWELL 
>) 


Openings available for men 
capable of close tolerance work 
who can work from blueprints, 
and who desire a position with 
& growing progressive com- 

*| FIRST IN CONTROLS 


4926 Wisconsin Ave. N.W, 
Washington 16, D. C. 


ENER MECHA ae 


se 


OPENINGS ON DAY OR | 
NIGHT SHIFT 


ERCO DIVISION 


ACF Industries, Inc. 
Riverdale, Maryland 
WA. 7-4444 


Daic vacations. 
Gitions and other benefice. 
bet ween 
to 4 
SSICK 


£ 
dei Backhoe on 


| Crane carrier Transportation fur- 


MAN—White. ts “SS ‘to , 65. Light 


oeemes. Goo dea! for right man. 

Bir ietittintos ON "ns os BR 
eaton 

PAINTERS: Swine & interior mea, 


in a. house 


P 
s salary. NO. 7- 


main 
board 


Rm... = 
6770, 


Send complete resume te: 

INC. 

Atto.: Mr mY Longs 
SA? Pingiats 


: 


INSTRUCTORS | 


ELECTRICAL 
SCHOOL 
TEACHERS 


PHILCO 


2 pont tions Overseas for vo- 
~ Be odyisere DOsseas ing 
minimum 


— years’ ay 
s| slectrical aon 


$8500 
PER YEAR 


PLUS 


‘MAN WITH 
Training fern. 
| Apply ler 


| OF phone 
MAN WITH CAR. Wou 


Write Resume To 


PHILCO 


TechRep Div. 


22nd & Lehigh Ave. 
Phila. 32, Pa. 


voussen Part time. Ex- 
vars 


© 


ce 


CAR—Excel. opening 
on established route. No exD. nec 
$81 week 


rush Co 
Press Bids.. 14th 
i. 7-4477 of DI. 7-3498 
you like 
r weekly income 
rin. Zour spare 
time supply Rawielg roducts to 
consumers in ime ker Ariinge- 


al - wh 


Good ae, 
sé. mu. Ns ia 

T : experienced: 
outside tae type « ; 


r on ob on- 
Apply Monday. 8 «. mm. 
ring brushes. 4433 se 


PART-TIME WORK a!) day Sat 
day and Thursday nich a 
rience necessary, App! 
oe Store. 1203 PF &: 


day. 


PERSONNEL 
POSITION 


An excellent oppor- 
tunity to represent 
one of the major air- 
craft companies in 
its. college relations 
programs. Duties in- 
volve recruitment of 
graduates: and pub- 
lic relations work 
with faculty and pro- 
fessional societies. 


Contact 
PROFESSIONAL 


Mathematician 


M.S. in mathematics or 
chemical engineering. 
Strong theoretical back- 
ground in mathematics, 
thermodynamics, heat 
transfer-and differential 
equations for theoretical 
studies in interior bal- 
listics, heat transfer and 
dynamics systems. 


ATLANTIC | 
RESEARCH CORP. . 


901 North Columbus St. 
Alexandria, Va. 
Ki, 9-7500 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


MARTIN 


Baltimore 3, Md. 


MECHANIC 
OFFICE MACHINE 
the field 


da eae POST and TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, August 12, 1956, 


HELP, MEN 15 


~ 382.000 
Daily 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results, 
for Washington Post and 


HELP, MEN - 


Times Herald classified ad- | 


vertisers. 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


To place your ad | 


h 
| tioning. 5.000 mt. be 


Many company 
La type ire 


state backgrou 


HELP, MEN 15 


? tay 4 
Study for law 


A 
260 Moe ert” Pi ae os 


éyvs.. 35 hrs. Manz be penetits. 
advanes. $3300. 8ST 


Sollege erad.. preferably 
major. Saiary. bonus expenses 
ve Complete resume 

educationa!l background end busi- 
experience 

The Crossway 


Y 


INE SOLICITOR matt mo, 


OKER W ore ee 


Lea Ad. pases w 


0 “BERSONINEL 


CHILD — PORTRAIT 


CALLER 
OPERATORS 
PROOF PASSERS . 


Priighest Galary and 
Mrs. Fisher. UN 
o> 


9- % s. @ ‘= 


PHYSICIST 


B.S MA 5 in physics, 
or mechanical engineering, 
good theoretical bdack- 
ground in thermodynamics, 
basic physics, electronics 
for mechanical design of 
special apparatus and ex- 
perimental studies in gun 
develooment. 


ATLANTIC 
RESEARCH CORP. 


or 


North Columbus St. 
Alexandria, Va 
Ki. 9.7500 


90) 


PHARMACISTS 
(REGISTERED | 
: érus 
Ai nift ine 
+ vt os os opport unities 


COLUMBIA EMP SERV. 


‘PLUMBERS & "HELPERS: 


helpful loca! 
civ MR HEAD — 
BERVICE oe 
Stohiman hevrolet 
Mo pis iw AD 2.1546 


PR ESSER 


STORE. steac? 


Fi ELDS 


PROJECT 
ENGINEERS 


To conduct design and devel- 
opment investigat: 
et components and solid pro- 
pellants Recent graduate 
chemical, mechanical engi- 
neers or chemists, with up to 
2 years’ experience. 


ATLANTIC 
RESEARCH CORP. 


901 North Columbus St. 
Alexandria, Virginia 
KI. 9-7500 


5 —_ xce. ent op- 
nity to advance with «row- 
good st eas’ 


a 7 de 
Lill Georgia ave.. 
i HANDLER 


- we. Ls tae J 


sal pid 


Ww a, Md 


whi te. s b a 


BOSITIONS, INC: 


rs - et 2 
additional ion pate I ICENSED 
ssiesmen.for FULL TIME; S8ir- 
eon ditioned office in excellent loca- 


8p) endid) 


REAL eePaTE 
SALESMAN 


Experienced men needed to com- 
piete sales force of area's mos‘ 
e offic Ma 


A A , y 
time exeee - e 
to wor -estad) ished 


tervi view , call J, JA. 2° 4645 


REGIONAL MANAGER 


To take over mana omens and 
Sucks development of 6s liahed 
thriving Cort Cosmetics di- 
eniszation in 

4. De! ; a. Desire 
with A. record in 
sliding large direct-to-home 48/es 
Excellen ’ 


NT MANAGERS — 
. shops. Top salary pp us 
xcellent working condi- 

vacatl om annually 
Appiy in person 
Service. 6303) 


L it Fhorough y 
experienced midnight te 68 «6 ie 
rn} — ary meals ane. man 
i? a NAGER 
—HAMILT 
ov 


LE 
over ‘establ! 


lis 
th 28 Ga. ave 


p SALES MES an Ere 
Seine: ¥ 


+. route 
You “a ‘cash y on your person- 
it omgori 


and 


c 
Apoly im 
Co. 8220 Georgis AY . 
ver Spring 


ROUTE SALESMEN 
OWN YOUR BUSINESS 


Pranchis So Prine routes ge, Cour 
deve! in Prince Geor s Coun 
‘ie nd het 


ty tii train vo 
develop your ross : un cin 

mi ‘um of 
you a ~ 


u t 
<—at for > Ndalons ai 


RICE’S BAKERY 


: “oper raion 
wo 3 


ALESHAN, S450 | 


cor, 12th & Gi 


traipes. 4. > 


man- 
science 


Com 
4-2705 weekdays 


A ‘© ABBEY PERBONNEL. 135 


; UP 

National corp. wants 
ageressive young = 
ar n 


BE) xperienced 
sa) lesman 
Play irl Bowlers and 
Not Lady Cpr Gaytime dresses.’ 
size 8-20-—12 to 4 
~Marviand. Washington, Delaware 
festern Established 


Manager. Must own good automo- 
bile. and be in position to trave 
5 days a week. No objec 


wie. Ey Co..! 


Cin 


MEN Sel! ‘tan line persone! 

retailers. Season 

. eal time te begin 

line of fine imported 

novelties, fine wal- 

lets, purees. fitted entes. siso men's 

Jewelry to ndle, 

round a _Derfect side! ine 
comm ¢! 

Porstenger 

Prosdwa' 


| organization hee 
for alert young me 
*. to enter sales treinine procram 
No previous sales exnerience neres- 
sery App! leant 
- , > 


lery 


Call Mr 


a) 
rlus car 


every 
SALESMAN 
Nat. firm. no overnieht travel 
ary to start 8500 pilus comm. Earn- 
potential *,traordinary. Some 


SALES 
amie oats 


CAREER 
SALESMEN 


WANTED FOR 
EXCEPTIONAL 
OPPORTUNITY |. 


One ofl 
* ; 


the most we CCe 
ood lan 


. 
fre eeze or 
n 


peine prod.ced by our 
edvertisi ae and promo 

to - 

"homnemakers 


114 — a see vou tor 
intery 


HOME FREEZER 
FOODS, INC. 


NW 


ons On frOCcK- 


SALESMAN 
To 
FOOD CHAIN 
AND 
DENT FOOD STORE 
HEALTH 
AND 
BEAUTY AIDS 
DEPARTMENTS 


INDEPEN 


wat lonally known manu! ac 
with highest reputation ‘. 
open ne — an agressive mer- 


nd stock 
- ualitying as _  * 4 ap- 
Diy 


1. Age 25 to 37 
2. Has. merchandising eb 
3. Has proven saies record 


“ 


ity 


Bend requme siat ing 
cat history 
ground to "Box M-31 


ion 


a. back- 
Post TH 


SALESMAN 


BANK BUSINESS 1S 
| GOOD BUSINESS 


Excetient opportunity for high 
ealiber man to cali on bDenks 
and savings imstitutions and 
sell two brand new Col n Banks 

business Pull 

i ; on senders Com- 
missions pald on receipt of o 
ders. Exclusive territory Must 
be able to give complete cov- 
erage 


THRIFTICHECK 
SERVICE CORPORATION 
100 PARK AVE. NEW YORK CITY 


SALES uce. to $16.066. Prev. sales 
memt. ex GUARANTY EMPL 
101 N Al fred, Alex Kl. 9-3770 


“SALESMAN 


Builder division bein established 
for fastest growing distributer of 
: et. 2 and re- 

: man 


815 000 per 
ea round ard 
pre vious income Box -302. Post- 
SALESMAN N—Alr compressor and 
related construction equipment. 3 
years experience in fie od required. 

us. references Reply in own 

andwriting to Box a3. Post-TH 
for interview 


ES TO $7200 
ALES 


[main 
6000-$7000 4 uring | 
otential to 


n raining a ~ 
ing ti in $0150 


13 Eye 


a 


nee. We var 


LY 
i A haoson and 


Aes 


ave. ING 


SALESMEN-DECORATORS 


+ tJ call on 


wt plus very 
n-| 


reasonably 
with «good 
terview ovF 
dress 
for top manufacturer's 
sports. 
wear, also Junior Cord-Forget-me- 
Territory 
accts.. 
Weekly draw against commissions 
on all orders accepted by Credit 


lon SALESMAN— 


orening 
nm between 7 and SALES.. 


must heve cn) ‘eee 


. 
to write theres orders 


SALES MEN-—$300-$400 mo. Age 


manager 
be OUllined in persona! 


ited” “Vireinie, 

n rginia. 

aes "We 

you ! 

iberal co 

manent Ppositio xperience de- 
we Call r, erver. EX 


i 


SALESMEN 


AUTO PARTS 

ND 
ACCESSORIES 

Full time positions a 
Must have experience in re- 
tail selling. 44-hour week, plus 
full company benefits, group 


insurance, hospitalization, va- 
cation, etc 


Apply in Person 


Western Auto Supply Co. 
i7?l| RHODE ISLAND AVE. NE 


Fo night calla. wrk 

is profitable & vermanent 

National Co. Contacts made on jo- 
business offces 

terr 6s tae oT 

through training. Applicants under 

20 write for app. P. O. Box 2527 

Vash 13, D.C 


ENGINEERS. TECHNICAL 

87 000 
* d “Ford. at BOYD'S. 
nae« 


openings 
See Miss 
131) 


Sa eet $6000 ~ 


Indust rial 


ae exp 
Mot ™ a PER SONNEL. 


—_ plus fe nin Pie? ‘al 
ABBEY PERSONNEL 1338 Eve NW 
SALESMAN 
In Shoe Department; ex- 
cellent opportunity for 
advarcement; free sur- 
gical, hospital and other 
berefits. Apply 10 A.M. 
to noon or 3 P.M.-5.P.M.| 
RICH’S SHOE STORE| 
_1001 F St. NW 


SALESMEN 
COLORED—LOOK!!! 


nave & prand new deal 
s@iis for & lar down 


that 


to five ordere 
5 


rs ‘investigati 10 
N et. “h - x 
e "50 COO K 4 "4 > { — 


ES SM N — Contacting prints 
olographers 


laundr: y 
car sallowan 
sion in additic on to hs fe 
surat ce and hospitali eat on bene- 
ts. good chance, ry ads re 
Dply from 5& to Au Lj «a 
ARTER INDU STRIAL LACNDRY 
+ te Lawrence st.. Colmar Manor 


cust rial 
ary 
ma 


goed start ine sal 
acen} com 


fi 
Cc 


54.8 $75 
st. plus comm POBTTHONS. 
1334 Mass ’ al 


credit Good earn. 
es York Jewelry Co 19 
BY 


® un- 

cer 30 rug store mer 

chandise. See immed Miss 

gan wore ,_ Sanve ES 
+ ow NA 


SALESMEN 


$5000 PER YEAR TO START 


SECURITY- = Ate exiee COM- 
MISSION PO. 


Car nec 


Mor- 


31) 
. 


i 
OR BR ANC 


EXTRA COMP 


SELLIVG EXPERIENCE 

FERRED CAR REQUIRED 

INV ma ipArS D OP. 

PORTUNTIT TELEPHONE FOR 

PERSONAL INTERVIEW. JE 2- 

National Memorial Park 
Falls Church, Va. 


PRE- 


for 
fu j 
4775 or 


35-46 Tor 
routes salary 
average earnings 


exp. 


~“Outsias 
r ma 


ut 
(2) white 2 


retail) 


2-4610 
LESMEN LOORTIT 
$30-$60 A DAY 


& cGaily serntes 


se 

mes e to the Ameri 
’ ; car 
interes: ed 


nw 
Os arRv. OTe. attend, 


Send 


HELP, MEN 


HELP, MEN 


SERVICEMEN 
ATTENTION 


ieee 


red 
and Ssveler pment erasers ood 


Turn your spare hours into) in Fells Che 


money! Supplement your in-| 
come. Free Hot Shoppe chow! 


and your uniforms are furn- 


ished. 
CAR HOPS 
AND 
CURB MGRS. 


Positions available at night,’ 
either part time or full time 
No experience necessary 
APPLY DIRECTLY 
TO ANY SHOPPE OR 
HOT SHOPPES, INC. 


iM. GO ST, NW 
RM 200 


JUNIOR 


or eauivaient in Chem 


us 
istry or &@ siological science 


pharmaceut wal manufacturer 
Liberal benefit program. Send 
complete resume 


BOX M-297, Post-TH 


Opport va iM youn college 
eraduate to begin gainful career 
in retailing. This is an important 
ery: sory opening. Excellent sa! 
ry and advancement possibilities. 
week Vacation 
discount on pur 
Free pension plan many 
benefita. Woodward & Loth 
Personne] office llth & F sts 


r0p 
mite, wht. 
too 
_.oxP 


EMPL. & SERV a 
3622 Se, Ave. 


SHEET METAL 
WORKERS 


Experienced in assembly and 
riveting of aircraft structures 
and skins. Military metalsmith 
training desirable. 


OPENINGS ON DAY OR 
NIGHT SHIFT 


2 ERCO DIVISION |e 


ACF Industries, Inc. 
Riverdale, Md 
WA. 7-4444 
~ SHOE SALESMAN 1 
Experienced iber plu 
com. Apply 308 iH DE YouNGs 


j 220 | st 


alas ME 


DESIGN 
Remote 
Handling 
Equipment 


The advanced work of General 


| 
| 
| 


SCIENTIST | 


| 
| 


Inside Work 
45-Hour Work Week 
Air Conditioned Facilities 
Many Employee Benefits 
APPLY IN PERSON 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 
8 AM. TO 4 P.M, 


MELPAR INC. 


3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. 
FALLS CHURCH, VA 


Sheet Metal tise 


SHEET ROCKERS 
TAPERS 
nd 
SPACKLERS 
(Machine Men) 
WORK 
NEW T PRO 
2000 ROMES JUST ARTING 
rie WORKERS IB 
make $250 WEEKLY. 
Apply at once. 


ECKERT & FRAZER 
CONSTRUCT‘'ON 


BIRCHWOOD CITY 


Livingston Rea. just over the 
D. Cc. line BE 


“SHOE MANAGER — 


Unusual opportunity for aggressive 


| Pall 


| 


| 


Sore 
T| 


ers store ly M 
third floor. Bond a 
Sh. DF 


SOUND RADIO & TV 
TECHNICIAN 


—_ > pay. working condi- 
nd permanent career = 
te the largest and mo 

afetrivuter 
fe want 
soun 


: sys- 
televisions 


and 
Ward for appointme 


TEMPO ELECTRONICS, 


IZAK- STRUMSERG 
i341 L St 


SHOE SALESMAN 


oe. 
pLZON 


Imm 


ROP Personnel. lith & 


STENOGHAPHER—Diversited 
ine, 5-da gia our 

5 . a” at ue “Pictures. 
1009 New Jersey «4 


STOCKKEEPING 
LEADER— 


ersonne! 
THROP 
lith & ° 


for 
Aircraft 
Nuclear 
Propulsion 


Electric's Aircraft 


Nuclear Propulsion Department in the new field of 
atomic powered flight is producing new and valuable 


careers 


Remote handling is one of the most vital of them. 


This 


for writing 


Department is seeking mechanical 
remote handling procedures, 
tions for remote handling equipment, 


engineers 
specifica- 
and for de- 


signing equipment for remotely servicing and main- 
taining aircraft nuclear power plants and their com- 


ponents 


These opportunities ere open at various 


levels to 


men with an ME degree and | to 10 years’ experience 


ls 


related fields—opportunities that 


include G.E.'s 


comprehensive benefit programs. 


Publication of research 


results in the appropriate 


classified or open literature is encouraged. 


reply 
Mr. 


in confidence, stating salary 


requirements, 


J. R. Rosselot 


Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Department 


GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 


Cincinnati 


15, Ohio 


is 
AM. en's 


SALE etch TRAINEE 


OUNS aggressive mar 
enter + tra) ning rent .§, 
Will Qualify him for @ job 
Comp!) ete program 


enavualis 
car is necessary. Previous direct - 
sal es management helpful or in- 
terview call M Ba Monday 
m 


eay, 
between 10 @ m and 7 
4-0700. 


SANDWICH MAN 
“, experienced. Excellent pay 
BASSIN S 
iM? E St. NW 


Whi 


SCHOOLMAN 


Permanent Position in Virginia! 
y 


teaching experience. 
Acquaintage with educators tn Vir-' 
ginia desirable 
pilus bonus. retirement 
and hos ins 
about yourself and — 

vallab ° «307 


ERV! ATi 
SHIFT MAN 
aeuet bo nD. . ae ve D. C. refe 


commission 
“Build oust’ 8 Esso Bervice 
Wisernein ave. nw 


start 
4244 


SALESMEN 
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR? 


Excellent Earnings? 


Merchand:se 
™ A company which takes an interest 


you can be proud to sell? 
in YOU? Dominant ad- 


vertising? Top-rated company benefits? A location out of the 


downtown area? 


An opportunity for advancement? 
namic, proven selling program? 


A dy 


SEARS. has openings -for commission salesmen in the follow- 


ing departments 


—Fine Progressive Wage Scale—Paid Holidays 


APPLIANCES 


PLUMBING & HEATING 


BUILDING MATERIALS 


RUGS | 
FURNITURE 
VENETIAN BLINDS AND AWNINGS 


HOME DECORATING 


These inside-outside jobs, which require @ car, are excellent 


opportunities for the 16 men who 


Apply in person et our new store 
from 10 AM. to § P.M. Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdar. 
August 12 14, 15, 16. 


SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 


Alsbame Ave. & Barier B4 6B 


quatify. 


—Libera! Sales incentive 


—Blue Cross Coverage 
—Paid Vacations 


+ 


TAILORS 
FULL TIME 


EXPERIEN IN ATIONS 
: ON MEN 8 a 
FOR THE NEW 


ROBERT HALL 
SALESROOM 


OPENING BOON AT 


2010 UNIVERSITY LANE 
Langley rk, Maryland 
502 ARLINGTON BLVD. 
Palls Church, Virginia 


2820 RICHMOND HIGHWAY 
Alexandria. Virginia 
11 


1 ROCK YEAS PIKE 
kville arviand 

JOIN ICA’ 

RETA erat k 


LARGEST 
WORK Se NIENTLY NEAR 


one CLEANING gtd 


start in this ay top aolery. ea 
® “commission: if you are working 
m 


ING MACHINE operator, 


—.- —— 
m 


oa ig 7 


Teaching Ce reer 
w 
Arthur Murray 


training ci 
dance metre —_ 
en 


operate equipm 
resident 
x h 


Bete est 


NG CHAIN 

OWN HOME 
WE OFFER: 

~—Kjood Salary 
—Paid vacations 
~—Paid Holidays 
—Paid Sick Leave 
— Generous Emplore Discounts 
— Free Group Life Insurance 


APPLY TO 


STORE MANAGER 
at any of the above addresses 


ballroom 
rming and giv- 
whe qualify 
ze 3," 
2 College Sechsroend or eaulv- 


3 fae -- Se in peo 


ashi petes 

Starting income $95 for 36 
teaching hours. Apvly in person 
; to 9 m. only. 1011 Conn 


ave nw 


TOOL ENGINEERS 


See IBM's ad in today's paper for 
” vow and date of personal inter- 


SPECIALIST 


Security Classification 
and Review 


Pon SAP ei 


socia! 
us. erts 
Alfred 


Enegli 
lence. in 
» 101 


The Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Department of Gen- 
eral Electric is making significant strides in harness- 
ing atomic energy to aircraft—hence the key nature 
of this unusually responsible position. 


Required are a degree in engineering or physical 
science and previous experience in problems of 
security classification and declassification. The 
Classification and Review Specialist will serve as the 
Department's expert in this area. Will be respon- 
sible for interpreting company and department policy 
on the preparation and release of information—aend 
approve all reports, papers, etc., 
side release. 


prior to each out- 


Excellent growth potential 
Relocation expenses paid. 


Comprehensive benefits. 


Write in confidence to: 
Mr. J. R. Rosselot 


Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Dept 


GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 


15, Ohio 


Cincinnati 


Scientists 


DATA PROCESSING 


lf you have a degree in 
one of these fields: 


MATHEMATICS STATISTICS 
ENGINEERING PHYSICS 


You are invited to contact us concerning posi- 
tion openings on our professional staff in the de- 
sign, development and operation-of our Data 
Processing system. This major company in Phil- 
adeiphia has positions available at al! levels in 
the following areas: 


Engineers 


SYSTEMS DESIGN 
SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT 
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 
DATA ANALYSIS 
COMPUTER PROGRAM- 
MING 


MATHEMATICAL 
ANALYSIS 
APPLICATIONS 
ENGINEERING 
APPLIED MATHE- 
MATICS 

(Model Building) 


Some of these positions require an advanced de- 
ree and substantial high-level experience. 
Others are at the junior level and require only 
a BS or BA degree and a working knowledge of 
mathematics through calculus, Lack of experi- 
ence in the computer field is not a bar from 
these junior positions. We will provide thorough 
training in computer programming techniques. 


ASSISTANT 
MANAGERS 


MEN’S WEAR OR LADIES’ 


lf you are interested in obtaining a personal in- 
terview with our Manager of Systems Analysis 
Engineering or our Manager of Data Process- 
ing Equipment Engineering, please send a resu- 
me of your education. and experience to: 
Box M-305, Post-T.H. 


SALESMEN 


FULL OR PART TIME 
MEN’S CLOTHING EXPERIENCE 
PREFERRED 


Work conveniently near your own home in one of the 


4 NEW 
ROBERT HALL 
SALESROOMS 


OPENING SOON AT 


2010 UNIVERSITY LANE 
LANGLEY PARK, MD. 


502 ARLINGTON BLVD. 
FALLS CHURCH, VA. 


28629 RICHMOND HWY. 
ALEXANDRIA, VA. 


1150? ROCKVILLE PIKE 
ROCKVILLE, MD. 


JOIN AMERICA’S LARGEST RETAIL CLOTHING CHAIN 


WE-OFFER: 


earnings plan 


APPLY TO: 
STORE MANAGER 


' 
at any of the above 


—Paid Sick Leave 
—Free Group Life Insurance 
—Generous Employee 


Discounts 


SECTION CHIEFS 


in 


Electronic Engineering 


Mechanical Engineering 


Two engineers are needed, to head 
the following sections. 


COMMUNICATIONS AND NAVIGATION: 


Opening exists for an Electronic Engineer with 
10 years’ experience in the development of com- 
munications and navigation equipment, and the 
organizational and technical supervision of 
several major projects. 


PRODUCT ENGINEERING: 


Must have Mechanical or Industrial Engineering 
degree and about |5 years’ production experi- 
ence. Must be familiar with production process- 
ing and tooling, product development, quality 
control techniques, and establishing production 
facilities. 


These positions are 
in the $12-16,000 
salary range. 


TU. 2-6800 


EMERSON 
RESEARCH LABORATORIES. 


701 Lamont St., Nw. 
Washington 10, D. C. 
A Division of Emerson Radic & Phonograph Corp. 


A 


READY TO WEAR 
EXPERIENCE PREFERRED 
BUT NOT ESSENTIAL | 
ROBERT HALL CLOTHES, America’s Largest 
and Fastest Growing Family Clothing Chain, 


offers unlimited opportunities. for salary and 
career advancement to men between 24 and 35. 


DOUBLE YOUR PRESENT EARNINGS 


30 to 40 new stores are opened every year. !t 
is Robert Hall Policy to Promote Store Man- 
agers and other executives from within. 


EARN IN TWO YEARS OR LESS 


$6500 to $10,000 Salary 


ANNUALLY 
STORE MANAGERS’ BENEFITS: 


— Company Paid Pension Plan 
~— Company Paid Life insurance 
Stock Purchase Plan 
~—Generous Discount Policy 
~—Summer and Winter Vacations 
—Group Hospitalization Plan 


FOR COMPLETE DETAILS PLEASE VISIT 


ROBERT HALL CLOTHES 


2010 University Lane 
Langley Park, Maryland 


OR 


11501 Rockville Pike 
Rockville, Maryland 


OR 


502 Arlington Boulevard 
Falls Church, Virginia 


OR 


2829 Richmond Highway 
Alexandria, Virginia 


ENGINEERING 
ADMINSTRATOR 


Honeywell's Ordnance Division is look- 
ing for a capable Engineering Adminis- 
trator with extensive experience in Mis- 
sile and Projectile Fuses. An engineering 
background is required. 


This is an unusually responsible position 
with one of the fastest growing divisions 
of Minneapolis-Honeywell. The Ordnance 
division has an enviable record of accom- 
plishments, and steady growth is pre- 
dicted. The division is deeply engaged in 
the research and development of revolu- 
tionary concepts in missiles and missile 
components, turret controls, stabilizing 
platforms, firing systems, navigation de- 
vices, fuses and munitions. 


The man accepted for this carrer-build- 
ing position will have the opportunity to 
demonstrate his administrative ability by 
conducting Project Administration, En- 
gineering Coordination, Production ‘Con- 
trol, Sales Programming, and Market An- 
alysis. Salary increases will be based 
solely on merit. 


Send a resume immediately of your edu- 
cational background and employment ex- 
perience to: Bil Owens, Director of Serv- 
ice Engineering, Ordnance Division, 2753 
4th Avenue S., Minneapolis 8, Minnesota. 


Minneapolis-Honeywell 


ORDNANCE DIVISION 


WHAT HAVE 


Missile Impact Prediction 
Geriatrics 

Mathematical Model Building 
Power Distribution 

Personnel Testing 
Climatology 


» « » and scores of other areas 


IN COMMON? 


THEY DEPEND ON 


APPLIED MATHEMATICS 


and 


ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS 


They have furnished recent problems 
for the consulting services of our 
Washington Applied Science Repre- 
sentatives and/or the computing serv- 
ices of our Washington Scientific 
Computing Center. 


hee you «# bachelor’s, master's, or Ph.D. graduate in 
mathematics, physics, or engineering? Are you interested 
In advancing as rapidly as you are capable? 


WRITE, Giving Qualifications, or TELEPHONE 
Dr. Liston Taturn, Manager, Applied Science 


Mr. Stanley G. Reed, Manager, 
~~ Sélentific Computing Center 


International Business Machines 
1111 Connecticut Avenue N.W. Ri. 7-3705 


75/HELP, MEN 15| MEL. MEN AI\HELP, WOMEN 
u3 - : Sunday, August 12, 1956 


ae el ah NEED Boyes AE S fusp,conemas mers} «= ALLEN O/BRIEN —_| Sit FRIDAY e586 “| 415.000 
r new A Serie Be i secant e TE: seep ; . PERSONNEL E D ’ 


. erory: U. §-6850) r n . 1 "teed vis cS. : ‘ 
Technic ae + iene ean ay ns ce FE ase yer he a Grams at Ba ee : prose: ahaa y CLERKS, BANK TRAINERS, EXC oT Sunday 
Echnicians | idee eet as Sin ty re ea anew = MACHI irculati 
JRE RepAIR TO S175~ Us nua hase NEW : : os a Weak ‘ OPERATOR pamper vinid 


. Geors ery ' ouch ine. 
MEN AND OUTSIDE : white aniy. it -_Laroy | 
Electronic BAER wP 2h iene sient eee EOOD TO a es we a Experienced : 
WATCHMAKER personal dete si and oaiaty. reauire: F D T WN. conc. at pra , Bree start. | Re en s 
Ability to read wiring dia- Permanent position for (2) who Suburban Trust Co.. 8252 Georgia, re ' “tg ips wk 4 INJ | Bx elient Worki Conditions | vertisers. To place your 
grams or blueprints. qualify. 20-40 yrs. of age. 2**--SUNeh Spt MG co —— VIEN NA, VA. oo 4 Ne sans as me AIR TRAVEL AGENCIES NEED | ~~ ag for Sunday. 
Work 44-hr. wk. in pleasant $5000 TO $50.0 ist dentists o $260 See our ae gates instructions. 
more oppor:unity F Uepist i ININ 


Assembly to experimenta’ a a- . , AVIA N TRAINING 

-con ept tore. Excel. vancement? A subdstential 

electronic equipment. Previ- air-cond. dep . 2 i crease? More eongenial surroun4- Immediate Openings * itt ok ao eee 2 _iaper each go oh | OPPICE uke to om 927 pe gi Nw. Wash. 5. D = NIA | IONAL Phone 
265 


chance for advancement for ings? Probabiy several companies Cue ed. Har Bai) 
for Se Eas) cyst. ite a bee a Sa ieeeietns ef ‘maiwalr an-| SAVINGS AND REpublic 7-1234 
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ous industrial or military serv- are now seeking you Por 46 vears 
the 2 who qualify. Apply Otniovers vace dependéd on us for needed 
000 | ee 2.00 


ice experience necessary. ex Martin! be © r A a son. &12 Mon 
Watch Repair Dept eg | A ss We MA = $350 mo. up ire rr Ag rit Good Industries. 129 ( ) 
APPLY IN PERSON Sears Roebuck & Co. js ions eat Cutters “- —For —— a , yo AO) in Si. NW No phone calis please | TRUST CO. HELP, WOMEN 16 
SAM waPM 2800 WILSON BLVD. ARL.._ VA . os ant | 
: bere se R W. Bis isban s___ Dc. "EMPL. ‘EXCHANGE CAFETE 
NDAY T R j Ri 4 : "in ’ AN -35 ; . u s t- ir 
MO HRU FRIDAY og Sue > is 5 Grocery Clerks WHITE & COLORED ASST. MANAGERS | K | counter set-up sitls: Beat i 


WELDERS CLERK. -TYPIST Suit finisher be : $45 uD | urate typist be a Mweek. : aid r Robincite, App 


m. Europe. To 815 ray 
MELPAR = NG, haa O47. 470 Stuart st YEAR ‘ROUND GEN. OFFICE WORKER | a ae ' eeeeees _ The Continued Expansion of | Pes area B Bros , "7031 i2th St NE lence | 
Experience with gas and arc LARGE EARNINGS Good Salary, Paid Vacations | Per. Bducational Assoc. Desire ac-| sous o« eae oes BOOKKEEPING ~ Me 8 30-5 


urate, @ ienced nm for in- domestic . ® $3 
3000 ARLINGTON BLVD preferred. Must be able to For Contract Truckmen Group Hosp., | teresting Job with ‘varied duties.| Laundry workers. ait types .. 33 Slenderella | MACHINE OPERATOR ox ii ‘R—Par 
oy: pe Bich 


ALI CHURC Vi a" _ ec e ; 3 
FALLS CHURCH. VA work from blueprints Aero Mayflower Tr ansit Company All Fringe Benefits = r interview. : niet press epere , $38 mmedigte openins. permanent n9-| iy re branch to" s 
(Te rnold 2-V bus from 11th ) fad hates : MANY OTHERS—ALL TYPES : ; day week. paid vacation. Wednesday and Satu apply 
' f . 't n , : n r tel 4 . 5 , f wk Schwartz, Bros.. 2931 
and & Sw 6 plant en‘rance) OPENINGS ON DAY | air bemxe or small Experience Helpful | ; = * Pe ah Sth st me. a ieal International | #23 '. Ye Mrs Dodd | i Hechinger Co 
. c Asuann-Comnny HECKER for Super Mar- 


1311 South Fern Set. | AND NIGHT SHIFTS | i raseg pal .! nine. But Not Necessary ator cial oureer Ws ADM $320 BOOKKEEPER | ket; experience neces 


good 
pay poply Pedera) Super igerket. 
2430 Pe Penna 


Arlington, Va. munication cost paid. 2 Se - ee on! a "ARLINGTON AREA | Has Created New Openings 
. on loads. monthly siatements and’ On the Job Training ission bas » Ms +. + « 0278} For Capable 


ERCO DIVISION Boum 32 if oe ante! i who . ng for mS rasa K oy = st8 | aree real Be and mortgage CASHIER-TYPIST 


Large furniture store: y wks 


nd. Melrose 7-3371 __.vm Excellent Advancement ( Just a stop-gap 5 $65 u = 
F P -TYP loan office desires to employ «a 
AC Industries, Inc. ANDSCAPE , tunity to pwn business z work is : i bi os #248 EXEC ITIVE TYPE you né lady experienced in ‘mach! ine perm agent: Apply atic Jf Furnt- 


ookkeeping Pleasant 


h the 
TE HN] AL Riverdale, Md. RP eat ee wit ; ' ual Ke ASST FCEPT. . £50 uUnG 
WA. 7-4444 | No, easerience reeuired. tt euast- Area's Fastest Growing | gieoraist foe the P. 3. Kee Ge.| Bpcein FEL Cat $230 WOMEN This nowe work week No Saturday] CASHIER-TYPIST 
7 trainine you |. , ECY j ** eas work. Lunches f shed free. Experienced cashier-typist: S-day 
Stnine " me Chain AN or sales- ve woe , ; Liberal compeny benef ts inc hud. week; paid vacation one hospttalte 


f - § 
WRITERS CEGHLATIVE. Indusirial Welatione jowed 'o ear A A 8 /“woman for. Maryland and D. © | fee 
and Promotion Assistant who is we rer ing with Snsce, earns properties: will consider riner- CY .. ssn S70, Between the ages of 24-34 vears. ing retiremer efter reasonable, sation. Call Mr. Warres, BO 
versed in Laor matters, and has $f : r / APPLY IN PERSON ship for at Fight party. Give de-| & ; Se mR lende pure and pos- start, opportunity for ‘advance: Srarkey Ht. Homer. +, ou 


000 

Ca ” 

sales ability to promote trace asso- maT ; 2 tails TH. f . 

~ nwid utust or is profession > VW a -17 vi EL OFC. CLE eee essing & minimum of ars “| ment spnentaene oneal 

Esperience in preparation ‘ =~ ++ : ” Ewe! rk Fo ‘000° Mc 4 ay FOOD TO N L ESTATE SALES R PT : ge z ee education with @ good sales > eas Wat u 71 ¥ 
“shia  Perma- “7 on‘ n ‘at kagroun n typing. Wil train ° 

of instruction books, hand- mellent tunity. Salary, 9 ® m and 6 p.m. For men liv- MAPLE AVE. | ficense conly: Bee —— age a eg r < Clerks, no yp. wh ’a fon 

books, operating and main- commensura:e , . ; Georges Coun te a A Mr Loenich VIENNA VA tat ales Ty , $55 r. rittin at NA. 112 . Pp. req w 

; csumne to Post 1-H, Box M-3il. ty call | Aenichen | if Steno. . sale. 
aethndin aniiie Gi die. resume _to d A 4-0700 Mon 0-7 , fe T or or Re SBD $2 WE WILL TRAIN YOU Tyr ‘ shhd _ on’ ‘wee ¥3 wk. 
. yoist.. wht.. under ‘ 
SECY $7 


. 
ron qJuipmen tr ‘ . ing suburban es Co 0 4 5 _ “ 
wonle: Cquipment. | Seng YOU NG MAN MON.-TUES.-WED. | No exper. nec. Must have car and) & or: 350) 5° Sive, exper ‘ Sewe eseyee B. F. SAUL CO. 
electronic background nec- 10 a.m. to 2 p.m | De adle to work full tim Inouire ; , bh. Ari. 270 pervi ye — a oe = ‘POSITIONS, INC. 
sonal 18-28 a 3402 aa tae tone Coral Hy is cz temp. 9:1 . ines ¢ ; x modern. sa- ———~ 1334 Mass. ave. nw. at Thomas Cir, 
8 ; SALES PER: sage) SECY.. service $: lan : aying you an excelient BOOKKEEPING « DL. 7-27 


WHITE ; - - — ‘ wh : 
! MEN — Handicapped preferred A RSONG SECY .. service wile OK S255) aa) lary during this 30-day training 

incl parked AIRLINES TICKET AGENT 
To assist manager in local branch ee acimes 2 Ou *}> To sell small appliances and home- OFC. CLK, no typ $220, Period MACHINE OPERATOR 


Phore WA, 7-4444 coast-to-coast organization Must be mechan! yin person. 9-12./ « for WASHINGTO . S 
C oot in appearence. willing io learn. 8 MEN Mon thry Pri. WILL tadus-) Tec APPLI r HAIN: fs TAB TECH ro You will then share in our tion. Call Mr. Lawrence. RE CASHIERS 


able to converse fatell igently lucrative saiary and , 1- 5800 
pian which essures & seiary gaa a 


tin : “OP 3 
caus _pieese,__ See MR. UNGER FAIRFAX. FALLS SCH. 7 
Technical Personnel MINIMUM HIOnW SCHOOL OF : of $450 per month 
e a e e ; ; a CLA .-TYP.. dictaph. exper. ‘ BRANCH STORE OSTESSES 


, c . 
Section EDUCATION Dc VA PART TIME £1: _pi_ne__No phone calli CLK.-TYP.. medical field .. 


” eS oe wiht 6-9:30 P. M. SECRETARY ois gris ma: est > We have openings in the sailor 
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY _— wanes. si to 35 years Apotications are tavited fer best sun Comers. listed below CLERKS SALES CLERKS 


in £4190 


rrar intervi S730 per month t t 1} ‘ o cret t ' 14 ’ : 
arrange an interview 34? BEFORE NOON 3°70 P ovart Call RA § nes appearing young men shtatha Cubaan af tame. mat POTOMAC EMP. AGCY:’ Vis 16> O NW. Suite O18 (Bakery-Pantry House) 


Ex 
at our convenience $ ) 00 Wk. to Start : of | re - ne -' M iss. ave mw. from candidates 2334 Wilson Bivd. Ari. JA. §-2000 ™ ; several encni . 
hate os - . : secretarial 9i1 St. Alex. KI. 9- $085 4110 , Bhs Arl. Wa te ae ae Excellent starting salary. Day 
y WAN Wheaton- ~~ ke" : i ate ce nd j 104 F a Faille © 72 ] ur bream ores jocat in 
. b “ - studen ‘ bd] ; we bee” Miss aoe and mearby Maryviand a aht ho labl ne 

. ene! work 3 Sa amie —s ' } : Ye onil rng urs avaiiadie, cnorce 
ERCO DIVISION furs for h - st. -~ tr zn NIGHT SHIFT Interv) ppl ‘ 18. Du- : \. ’ : $330 lary ay he ACCT. BOOKKEEPER 936 Ellsworth Dr. Sliver Spr ior som le ving in Arlingto of locations, uniforms and 

C dividual. Call -9020 nt Circle Buliding. 4-5:3¢ L red to dest and shiehiy st controller. Type 8380. see Miss Sancers r pearos Lh eee '8- meals furnished 

ACF Industries, inc. “Saw Mechanically in Monday and T esdey or 1U , Last for kkpr. ofc. mgr. NE : cations pay Pr e insur- Cais TUrrusne 
Riverdale, Maryland clined; go0d pay: 706 13th st. 3-$240,_10 o_m.to_3 Pp . receiving spplications August’ ‘is B day... “i fits Earn While You Learn 

' 4 DAYS CRBISTMAS | carps ! p- 1956 ikkpr. insurance exp ; arr. We Will Train You 
, mally dis ’ ret rol! He armacist 
C 


’ Y a 4 —. , APPLY IN PERSON 
7 ‘TiL-10 P.M th customer's name. To attract SOLICITORS at Dikpr. typist. $0 7 Rat o 51 
rds specially designed for to solfeit Gas : tel. $60-m! Sy en ELITE LAUNDRY 
business firm ana proiession j i Asst. bi rs., C S75 = ‘ 
HIN | A 4 . at , op! _ ) “4. Wi ie< ‘ ' 4 Btatist! ore . : e4! 5 P ~~ ~— ww lat 2119 l4th Se NW HOT SHOPPES, INC. 
ise 7011.0 55 fr ad ‘nS . 28 . iB: Pyiy ‘ } ranch ; o- Burrouchs bkkor. ov ° -$55 SAKMATD 0. -y —y acl a ove . 1341 G BT NW RM. 200 
ve ' : > = ds ‘+ = /7 unas Pins : s07) + « : . at vi Ae eA STENOS ‘ working dit on wil te n 
WRITERS: ters severistaeriae: Seecicieteats ott: | fT Pea Sa ee a ae IN| pee ay ee ae ROR ET 
" ition . lent 4 n- _ , nN « part tim r ri n- " rney ; ei 442 g:t 
iT : oF mt ress , oa ee ae ; . ne al nm >] . r r inv eae wi nn. Laurel Ms 
man. Ke must hat m ‘ rit. @ A Bs Oe om “ORP r¢ RICE” + ‘BAKERY ws 4 ae ° BEAUTIC TANS — Colored : exper! / 
: a ing FOUR ‘OWN BUS SESS’ Your cen rez Daet_1_Chicase 23, 1) Becvs.. Contr. + i est .se.. $36 Bus au ying: call LU. 4082 or eC e S 
en ns nationally kncws, NEEDED (5) MEN , Te tecyes a . eames : 
M — ae ~ ny ually step into an ¢ ilive posl- cushion een : mee " 135 styles TECH ~AL . in : ie $3390 
ciaiten, procedures on) ita inbal PB “vas ‘oosor: for emit family “Barn Odes, (VIRGINIA AREA) TRAN A’ oe oe, een SALESWOM 
te ’ ‘ iife-tir ; ' ir om ° ’ : ’ > 
=. an expan ite okee Sate (vate). B2 Capvsetinn ANSLATOR 9 ¢ = POSITIONS HAIR STYLIST S O EN 


A re . 
s anc pi usin field If catalog irite TANNERS 410X 


ing exper ience _ - aa -* S. — Sales experic: no Boe essa y 1 
ha = a + © edusecedhcEacndleaels the Re. x law ote... $35 APPRENTICE OPERATOR for 


challenging as- WANTED—Geologist. no experience 7-20) An opportunity in 


’ “ ME ' -2264 r aez ° F ; : stn- ’ ’ et. 
pesseee problems nece Y 4 9 “~~ search Center of a growing Re typis = ated MANICURIST 
lary i. Writ ix ist 
; 0 . company exists for a transla- Cit typists becinner (10) : . OA | S-S S 
. org rt 436 lar UNUSUAL nf Tempe typiet . : FULL OR PART TIME 6 U 
nm. An I tor wit uency in technical) Acdressosraph trainees 18-30, £50 tunit : | 
PERSON YOUNG WEN—Over Free "to Dutch, German and English omptometer opr. | T wae ts tromety | igh earn ings: 1 y com- SPOR SWEAR 
be * . D: ef in iudi 1 isCO is 


se @ eee Familiarity with chemical and 


can 7! per week to st art Rew Rend & nod $6. sts 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY . Mr J ios: 8 . LP ww «Cha nce Read this Thoroughly synthetic-fiber terminology is : , 4% ‘18 ; 2s) A nA: a2 sid e5 Misses Better Dresses 
in 7 * 


we" Ome ty 
: . ; . 


f . ; a. ' 
8A.M.TO4P.M fOUNG MEN. over i831 Metropolitan Va. Only desirable but not essential. ae! in Bet! 50-85 : : 
m ooter oe work . Wought : “ ' pa ciks . a . be Stiver Sprin Other Positions to Be Filled 


vacation: and oan i, Attractive living and woking t ) ao Fenton St. & Eliswor h Drive Cashiers-Clericals 


g00c : 
A ona 14th St “ *: Airc raft Landscape and Nutsery Prod- location, near Asheville, N. C.; 1 | 2 BOO 
“ ~~. - ’ vi ee Cash receipts book 

MELP R, INC. YOUNG MEN, ar To 2B ie | tionally ste ploy men in | progressive personnel policies; ATLAS ‘Agcy. RE aS 5767 gee - "apoil nee —. PBX Operators 
A- trainee wi NEEDS - shington ace, i liberal benefits. Please send —1420_5 , ime account! tudent Excellent working conditions, good Sal- 


sateen. ¢ 5 gy to gai sded practical ac- 
idan Llestinahoue | Grad aatie, cub ra0i ae -EXPERIENCED ae | oreiate omens, nating ADMIN ‘SEY — — $4800) i. at ees S8s = aries and all the additional benefits that 
. Ulu? now : e of trade assoc ' portunities for 
Air Brake Company ment. Auto - cary Sal ary > , hs : a = ' wa in a — present salary, to Employment —& contact, greens, keeping Savencemens. oy person are included with employment at 
in pos ion with fe futur > ane ’ income is 5 te the nd im- Manager, Enka Plant, Enka, 5 wa axe) 24th PL NE — ——- -—-s~ 
Por : int erview «ee Mr Saunders ENGINEERS a ii ny <¢ ur sales. N C SECY. BKKPR $5200 BK K full tharee i £730 j 
siele Arlington Blvd. ¢Y Georgia Ave Silver Spring of n nO $8000 aa : ri. Por °me! ea! — office _- . Sil Seg “ Beth " Rockvl. JELLEFF S 
rN “Wal or part a Top me) ell ove: 000. | AMERICAN ENKA a — i Tak. Park, NW. Wash. 
: e rm. - we Sram This may be your opportunity. to gem ut pO itto . Wi er CORPORATION EXEC. SECY ——$4000 Gea Tyeist ? Apply Personne! Office 
Falls Church, Va. | UNG MEN ioim the winning team in is c of livery. (Rayon and Nylon Manufacturers! For exec. office of Nat. firm Sa se Ft F ST. STORE 


th al has. es s" a ia is produci f you re in .. seasona! busi- ee ae et ee fr wk Subeta sepretarie —_ " BX Tope : 
TRAINEES quantity the Chance Vousht ness RIGHT NOW 18 THE |WAITRESS .. $22.50 up| ™ "SECY —_$ EC oo. Fee Ft 7 CONN. AVE. STORE 
RFE Nec oe OA ‘a CRUSAI ER wens s Vostesh Rees TIME TO MAKE A that ts pus ORL . woh pO SF ‘ 600 s * ne Thea to ; SHIRLINGTON, VA 
. vil en} ie. on REGULUS — =) pot oe ARORA’ and Doce mbe: LABORERS $1.50 PER 3 Ui Well Known i educstivnal od T PILE ” , ay 332 SILVER SPRING, MD. 
a... - 


DISH WASHER 35 UP work with 
CHEF & SHORT ORDER Sree One eer ee Soun- 


yor ~ Oo the : ' vin ro- - 
id f } ; ’ ; , month wi cr ; r : - a 
a me 64 1. 6.12 crait is not essent rl pl at ignified COOK $45-$75 ' 
TECHN ICAL a : NW BG th, gris Al ut % w : seressiv emi fessional] u - nD Swift Empiy. Agey.. 913 10th s|. nw ‘PERSONNEL CLERK Interview bears Mon Pri 250. 
Mi imacinati ngineers—-ren fi lifeti : Por a Seotion Must have | 
ss . oom © , ee tle > YOUNG GIRL—Interested rood ~~ 4 
: . o} ten maustrial ae This is striction Aa Es w home. ahw. lond of chuaren, live, 898 : ota ha 4 bh diine of HAGGER TY EMPL 
Representatives Yo Men at Entoy ‘ ast 6 _livi n ! Ww’ $25 ath 374 6-3719 Paeetal ing and sad 485 Inder $18 CILVER SPRIN 5-904 
Se en | es keene | oon te LVERsbaik SALESWOMEN 
g a a iy levels exist in these ares married. ood want want @ £00d job. 913 10th st. nw. CLER ay NUAVA - ee 
Interesting and challeng- THE r | interview. 5 Swift E BS ered. No ex Down- BOOKKEEPERS 


im > LO m. Raise in 30 da 
4 COLORED. | OD BALAR LARY. A HSECY., N NO SHHD —$300 CLERK TYPISTS 


Por 
M 
ing overseas assignments Monday and Tuesday, 9 s. m. | 
available for qualified CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC AERODYNAMICS 7 KOON DO CALL. 1967 KALe Por menagene SECRETARIES | IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 
ORAMA RD Interesting “and” “veri ea duties Many RTE Ss tor bees aners 
FULL OR PART TIME 


reliminary Desiecn. Wind unne!l 
a — S ad t } cicta ne. 5 dave »¥n- WK 


engineering personnel. rei epHONE COMPANY .. . mabtite "Connre! ee a a 
; No Shhd., Embassy ¥s.. » ow open My “(20) 


UALIFICATIONS: | Sites eclet ce se: AI FRAME LOCKHEED BBEY Pint Semeur ae ae erm 
Q portu for qualified OC See / ABBEY First CLK TYPIST _$260 xg motion pictures WASHINGTON VIRGINIA 


(1) BSEE degree or equiv. | youre men soaking oe DESIGN AIRCRAFT | esta? PetvDigh wn.” SOb-BeQ) FOF ales ore, Buoy shone. Janie Reha FS are Tshi6. 
sient training. are available in Washing- CORP | Cashier. Wise, ave. § ¢ - 296 e te : A RAINE » 523 SILVER SPRING 
; hotel. . 2 


lar employment. Positions (Fuselace. Wing and Tal! 
(2) Two to five years’ re and oe ba ant MECHANICAL > Telephone infor Recept. alt 4 
m mteres? nm aru or lerce Wat . 
me OPA in $30 WORK NEAR HOME 


experience with Signal ES G ) ‘ D e- 
e reo. Abe 
_or electronics is desirable. [| IGN 3 :  . _? a once. ie yer 


Corps equipment ' j N 
Must be high school grad- Eoulprient and Encine Instalia- GEORGIA DIVISIO — tate 82 days Nese ;, 7 : —— — 
au trical and Hydraulica Sys Cc ror4 PBX { LERK : MANY COMPANY someti 20 ey L DING DISCOUNTS OW” 


me 
uate. , 
, fing Gear. Controls and : . s ey =f o hoard & 
Call, write or visit. ) Armament) Has Openings for y , ee * 33 trong Ak a Wat o 


OYMENT OFFIC een! type .... s 
WU £0008 M2! nw. (ELECTRONICS METHODS & TIMES | Eafione’ oor aoe ILLUSTRATION CLK Fatt s Ps LAND 


725 3th St. publicetien Seme collece 
Rea. 


STANDARDS | Cashier -downte Free a “a wom Boosiows 3 | 
Emerson Research Apply Monday. Thru Friday SYSTEMS DESIGN apart COL an es SS ance PROM. ASST Aig : THE HECHT CO. 


‘ : sal tro) n idance 
Automatic Con sand Ou Ser research Preter deeree 


Laboratories 8-30 A. M. to 4:00 P.M. Advanced Systems Development ) 1017 K St wW 6T 34630 My + -... Mi be ek 


Reliability and Packaging) These are excellent opper- Cook 


: some 
cent, Sia Sees | mee BS PAYROLL ‘CLK'—$3300| BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST | WASHINGTON —_—_PARKINGTON, ARLINGTON 


701 LAMONT ST. NW graduates with « minimum Char women. days. Riverdale 
: ( ) { ( IN ¢ 2 fs experience in Laundress asoe ee 
PR Pp LSI . "measurements and Maid. Cath rect, Sun. by af weep & as. WS. Sate: Immediate opening for a rapid. ac- F Street at 7th N.W. Glebe Rd. Entrance 


WASHINGTON 10, D.C. | THE FIELD ANALYSIS methods improvement. Cook, pvt. home -» 935 FIELDS A Ex 3-2508 furste typist. under 49 vears of OPEN MON. 9:30-6 P.M OPEN MON. 9:30 AM. TO 9:30 P.M 
A DIVISION OF EMERSON ENGINEERING ) + gcy ace. with knowledge of basic 


RADIO & PHONOGRAPH (Installed Engine Performance Write Dept. MTS Roe thee ee - “$2000 red ane, onpet SILVER SPRING 
CORPORATION FORCE ee ear ee | CLERK TYPISTS y ogy [cg Fenton St. and Ellsworth Drive 


APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


ECRETARI | Bor: CAPITOL HILL. PAW. leave. retirement sDlan, . 40-bou OPEN MON. 12:30-9:30 PM. 
— ee of WEAPON Lockheed | Gaus | Staak ne ND) SIT petonadl ose pe YS 
rf et Top sey and. Western Electric Co. SYSTEMS | Ai rcra f t Sager’, a>, Serene cL aoa lany > me Peli 
_ 5.4080 ia gray we (Development and Evaluation) | , T | . notte Pha GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY 
ee oemnge STRUCTURES cy yo ae OY me SALESLADIES 
TEST pe g DESIGN Orp. | figures ....,.. ants 6 one | 0 shorthand ; : nter esting sot bee: 
‘ Ts. SECY.. ’ ae oe ‘ ay ones & od ucation to 
PILOTS ELECTRONIC | SRumfsetm Motrin wens) 7 rater pe ee eed fe shee ass sie ae 3 FULL OR PART TIME 
) * ~ j-sitt ofe.. GF. otc . Bycelie ae at 
ENGINEERS FLIGHT TEST —TUROPEAN-TMMIGRANT— | BEETS: frie “C*:saisatts 8 | A: ie ie ee READY-TO-WEAR EXPERIENCE 
tag PHYSICS ENGINEERING | Eigisetoesith, "a"ittiteett| Bieta? Cy 9 age ‘ESRC ER $85 Wk PREFERRED 
r Sr pete : TS. many | ver Spring area ful 4 
New Horizons MATH "MAJORS | itusiar oe are Neen eiciitcams sent) RECES i are _ ons tain fields tm re (2 . ae : ps 
a alle ie ial en WIS EGnoone | Muhstantialiy | inereaued _ salarie U. S. Empl. Service eo at ty nao “Annette D. Vatelman | PERSONNEL. SERVICE | CASHIERS 
gressive company in the | for Stone. {.,A,--,- 4 -—-. 1724 F ST. N.W. pay tt ae es a 40-8250 _ 733 13th Bt at # 431) 9 Bt _ Est 22 yrs) FULL OR PART TIME 


na. 
Design, Development and llewance NO FEES | 


Testing of — Engineering assignments TAD «Ora geri mits yee 380 ADVERTISING CLERK | NEWSPAPER CLERK | WE WILL TRAIN 


TURBINE-POWERED | eecpbee _ Washington cigs, putemente pustier ens SEE mise we WOOD F Reccaicaie tor alae teal wind eemestantly' dias wa baw ial ee 
VERTICAL ul ae ~~ | sd Einterviews — | Beasen Jeeps us aay mle so gn imager a pene ee ingrid 4 NEW 


Repairman (Overseas) Dr. 7-s7s2 Clerical position available in Departinent for alert young 
TAKE-OFF Control Radar | wet tons rae Ee et or young woman whe 
4 | CONTACT Gwonema son cellent “eeu ) likes to keep records and is Washington Post. A good 


| | Toor and Die Maker k ' ' , 
LANDING sonar MR. TR W. HARMON operations. and cpount neat and accurate with figures.| Knowledge of typing is neces- 
: - ; 4 * th a h bilit 
AIRCRAFT | * | gecesi «| merge © | Seis Seen teeter! Fredy, aOhew week, | cov. ome win on ety) «= ROBERT HALL 

| - “a | ‘THIRD R | ins “with pas. "Pre sent) APPLY PERSONNEL DEPT. | ties. Five-day, 40-hour week 

Mr. T. Sperry District 7-2852 . | Cook. PastryUp to -8128 Week ae a Lon o Ferpennel “ot- 9 a: m. t0 2 9. m. | ee eee eee, S LES ROOMS 
VERTOL. | «3 nous 16-one 1B} Samana Be ae | Seu Beurence benetits, ai A 
EX. 3-5035 | bier Washington Post | conditioned office. 


10 AM. witPM , $65- ey wt. wei +} ent edveriys alt; Ti Herald 
MONDAY, oo > ee OUTSTANDING SALES ace inew toe vvtat: sides ri eee sory peRnOn. DEPT. opening soon at: 
t as ° , . _t , ° 
TUESDAY OR waaay ssc PERSONNE. | OPPORTUNITY » Vest. 40 | | a.m, to 2p. m nosd ihevenerre Lane Ben ARLINGTON BVO. 
AND Witn tf WEDNESDAY CH ANCE rectory representative needed The Washington Post LANGLEY PARK, MARYLAND FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA 
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| _ ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND 


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Write Mr. C. W. Bigelow T | phsios “payin” tux Brovected : | | | 
LONG-RANGE EXPERIMENT AL ge VOUGH ir territories 2 Take advantage of our new policy | ~ ISIS L Sy NW, | JOIN AMERICA’S LARGEST RETAIL CLOTHING CHAIN 


AND PRODUCTION PROGR & esraina a .. upwards No : , ; ¢ | 
; | serieaet, we egistration fee in advance 
WRITE oR appLy To | Western Electric Co. AIRCRAFT ing trade experience helotul COLORED UT S. Emol. Service WE OFFER: 
Chatham Road, Incorporated | Dp 
Winston-Salem P.O. Box 5907 Dallas, Texas R. E. HUMGAKER MALE | 1724 F STN Fine Progressive Wage Scale Paid Holidays 
| $3000 yr nO FEES Liberal Sales incentive earnings Paid Sick Leave 
Generous 


NK COE . live te live 
FRA S 0 North Carolina : af ; INLAND HOMES ve Couple. live in ve. #400 Lo So HOTEL-RESTA plan for Salesladies 


Manager, Engineering Personne | ; CORPORATION Fe ey eee 8 , 
= | Core Biue Cross Coverage Discounts 
PERSONNEL ) ox 918, ‘ | “i J 850 THIRD FLOOR Paid Vacations Free Group Life insurance 


VERTOL | Baten : ete srr orate hs. oe Keith Sea's fam "<'1<"— Sao) EARRUER-Reo. ronturant or ent APPLY TO: 
Aircraft Corp. | Aime “sation wATRAIRING. ce, STEP nT men : a re to STORE MANAGER 


yah Ga mati ar Hud ge | segue NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ce nor rmserions | at any of the 


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OPTER TEST S PREP. 


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"\ 719 11th St. NW, 4 Continued on Poge 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD HELP, women Joni . Pe ene Ee ee 

_ D6 Sunday, August 12, 1956 —al a a z A: Pripestors recall stores Wee (aid sttes * vi ee. | Fyiahet a TELEPHONE 

: HELP, WOMEN 16] Rees i Te . fre pY-TO. We ge lit 38 mt: 

382,000 paprormgamns Ee x ub po yes it Bees 2p ig e.etelherere—pecag| OPERATORS 
Daily | bo 5:30, 5-day were Bel x be | alee a. zn pt } Part-Time 

, | Gradua . Please write se aon | utive Assistant 

Circulation en eee ie . a eet Fy ag oe ‘<or._12th & G 


Experienced or inexperienced verdaie, M4. 

for Washington Pest and | Eiitiingteinteeth and.mecnize : 
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Times Herald classified ad- Man goncera, Wo typing:| ares . Rey { CLERK-TYPISTS | *éucstions is : ; y., Perea W onteN Wer . APPLY PERSONNEL DEPT, 


vertisers. To place your ad | Sask neroen sic ness 5 and Felire- ak of, wiatnan _ptesting salary 35000 : , , LEG atial: + 9 am. to 2 p.m, 


ment benefits. Ages 18 ; 

Phone | FOR APPOINTMENT afte a Seales be CLERKS cated near Statler Hotel. Asso- Z if, the 5) benaien aot Sie Weihdanan Cia 
u ce ~ “" . : in r , 

REpublic 7-1234 Call Rm Warner Bide. ith & Positions available in an ex- cation oe S60—Tn ag A vas 4 ste | : - & Times Herald 
HaLp, WOMEN 16, «‘NA. 4-9900, Ext. 286 TO $70 PER WEEK | Eypechathy tr sabveodenaied. with “solid. experience in’ 7 eo cor. 12th & G J pareth. iHome encellen —. 1518 L ST. NW. 
ae —— | ) ing correspondence; be 9 > an an wali: 
Doan By eal vecntan” geltey. | Convenient suburban travel to ‘convention ay | es ‘secler ‘lies live. in. Box ‘S17, opening on <8.your’ ‘we ag sis. 5- 
CASHIER CLERKS fe nest, ppg Ae] location k: he ioe f NURSE—REG. | Chevy Chase Branch ieee F: 


: New ces in mod. 
with common agtressive youns, la¢ lady. TYPISTS Gs. Time and “asi over Permanent resident of — posses Private industry exp. pref 


2 for CASHIF rR ime when hecessary spent this area preferred. minutes of ork in a co. S-day wk. nhs wenenants 4 : . , TELLER 


m es 
vancement for girl wi 


na 
004 calete, steady position. MR.| For Furniture Store | the kind “or “Gol “Sli in Er _E Bt. ew | 
be a a 'CLERK-TYPIST | ° 45 Hour Week | Shams Bast oyrtne tl of iy ater ne Pd ge 


r Hg wernets merit hs ag WO HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 
M 5S. or work, 
medicinal chemistry with minor Many Company Benefits merit id vacation and other’ . . -'y will became immedia on 
experien Bot NYDOR « course 


ulvalent in organic 


CH EMIST Good Satary NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY | | LY * | brief resume of a, am + oy 2 
Pesition secre ex-| Excellent Working Canditions 
outstandin ploye benefits Must member of the manage +g. nat o a le 


Hospitalization and Meet the public, Interesting varie yor DAY THRU. PRIDAy | You will work direstiy with @ me >, am 
ee eni tral a. jobs 
ce in any to &s- APPLY MR. & ve th ef A 
sist, in eveiuation of natural be high ol eradaate | ment ‘ca if you think you meet) 004 cash alt owance = ised i$ mt SOR Tent, SSE Wali poly some se ah essential 
rod Ger investigation by | LY INP aL, t tee of this ar ears valeseen 7 Kk. salary arate 
Fee te ssasas | Hub Furniture Co. ipypiic FINANCE CORP. MELPAR, INC. Fo wheat tity "ty Sat Fey gg Benker SN" nd" ae. Sooner aes - NATIONAL 
SAVINGS AND 


sed on executive director o 
permeation 3233 RHODE ISLAND AVE. ferviows wil be arn ne | 
° CLERKS MT. RAINIER, MD. ising pp! pants Mires repiy to We have several ings for full 
ones a is 
CLERICAL—Youne lady be work Ln CLERK.- TYPISTS CLERK- TYPIST | WesTinsHotes ie Brake Ce. _ a2. Bost | Payroll Clerks eur . deot. Pou ment TRUST CO. 
Permanent mses fae’ sien *Betay top “eaee WRU, | = ey a 
week. conditions. 5.4 y. d0-hour) Mil train peginners. Appir Office experience, PBX ‘ } dee. Pav ’ mene. ONS. pren, ome tous experience in pe “ 
p An when cual ii - HE HECHT CO. relief. Pleasant working] 3000 Arlington Bivd a, fa rp, estes manent typ oes ° Re 
mie oO, 045, 3 na conditions, opportunity] Falls Church, Va. _ & a oy 4+ pare “Convenient Raleigh | Haberdasher vancement. ° ed youns ledy, cateftione 
. and Alka ttrmiast CLERK-TYPIST for advancement, store’ | gelling! We pay yout” wast Sen cog es os a EM reek se SPs Bertha, Bone ine galery, iis <comn of: 
CLERK — Subdeo oription publication SOME SHORTHAND ben fits and discount ins ‘ —— _ : or 
see with, feures Sypr_ others Porgy ME At aes heel ath floor | CLERK-TYPIST ex _ knowledge vr. — MONDAY-FRIDAY SEAMSTRESS— Exppriea + need in slip- | Seine Arlin lovey in offiog.” €:30-4°90, "6-a7 
oN Ps ie Counselinas) 4 department of national news firm. $° . . Me BA M. TO 4 P. M, ent siti Sta Feht Dorion apply we, Bene‘! . 
D.I. 7-4'50 4 | Permanent position. finance office, 


azine. Should en oy working wit 4 Tson between 9 and 4:30. to 


Peo riaas: ures pee BH netting & FRANK LO. starting salary commensurate Jnc. . 6 NW a old Hurt interiors. 7343 wie- 4 mo. 
CLERK Celculating. ' : “experience 1220 F St. 4 previgus tae, aeeagete 7-28 FOOD COUNSELLORS” |MELPAR, Inc. "a | bevencel te 40. e : 


: b ho ' ‘ ld , : 
sat ted eid avie, DAN4 Also required, Pleasant work- OCEWK-TYPIST—Divers era Bape, pit 38-nows ook | Roe subply ‘business in yout own cae Fienced drapery ‘senmatress. Apply) & ee of anorthand ieauired. ApD'y 
; coat .. 4-060 gee ay work for alert enersetic woman area? = i A Subsidiary © slog as fart a 5 ) 3th st.. 

nd § 3 | Sees yeagan - . Play ‘week. sood fares actiten uw ission and bonus _ Westinghouse Air-Brake Co. sot ¥ ¥ Se Sh a G liver Spring Md. 2 Bivcks from 

| thons, -nr.. wr. cosy. lise 7 ad other ts: el al Cs + : praca ey Sie 

; z- an. clteer ain * = n “tall if 03 $00. s 3000 Arlington Boulevard e rea | piy Blackste e eaners op. je L | 
1201 ‘East- West Hehwy = me FALLS CHURCH, VA. 

Moeical "eelence EF, at fn) 


12- 
NATIONAL CAPITAL vpn | Sao in perm. es need avciy | me © commereig) art L exp. For adv 
- _—_—— | on BET INKSTO personae! Coens | VICK | Take Arnold V-2 Bus from 


316 PENNA. AVE. SE | See Mrs. Jones. 405 4th - 
Por insur. dept. of lee property - y_ poarmaceutica ee 
management concern. insur. exp prs, Services. 3095 Conn. sve. lith and E sts. nw. to F, C. 


Laree seronguien. communications 


scien.) he ne eaagitions. “good ‘par LOUFT. 
Ges. Dul not nec. Must be able to re-order. sa = | tronic manufacturer. vee Plant Entrance. program.| 


type 50 New air-condi. of. nnn My sirls eo 8 + turer, Laker banat resume. | SNACK BAR ATTENDANT 


flee. Apoiy ervop nel Ost, 1424! . CR, ecords. eal ; 


SALES CAREER OPPORTUNITY Koo, TZ_Q. a des i aout, clea — ore. SECRPTARY 
rs a wi 


| sgt “o tenced y 
- = ‘| experienc 
MRD 24-38 roi at omen. Jessup. Te wi 4 to 09," 868. Pleasant working 
30 F years ct Sriepee tt | @orid's leading eu Sys ue riers . ots ouperionen and. qualifications to 
r- =. 5 "| Box 818 Post-TH. 


GOVERNMENT INC. 
aoe ist St. a — 


Training will start immediately at our “FP 8t. Btore - “t “hos! 
for Staffing our beautiful modern candy stores opening ; eat ee adults oF ~ 4 | on Scheround has “em 


| 
soon at Seven Corners ; y er 5- ~day week, “430s end ' a be . 35-3 omer, pimtlar, background veue ing. & dys. 35 hrs Man r benetics, SECRETARIES | 
m 


. for eeitstmeel: 
| D naueal and sick! stivut h . at Work by appointment. } pty. advance, st. $3300. ST. 3- 
surance. econ cal te t l- 
$4400 plus $2.00 bonus ts the beginning rate for @ § day | penne egttice. pvears’ hinh echoot hee nett 2 on 7° —_—< Ber PEROONNEL. 1338 Ere 37w | STATISTICAL CLERKS | arLANTIC RESEARCH-CORP. 
#0 hour week. Wage increases. paid vacation. seven paid y ; Receptionist. =. Well- We have several fine openings for Vi 
holidays including your birthdays. sfoup insurance and t 260 on fter t. AN recent full. Known stock brokerase (fice. alert young women who enjoy the Alexandria, irginia 
other benefits in Wa ful” ° ay ; — : po eng otogr 2h to Box M-313 Pee rea emt ' + | excitement of pace tn 2 ; 
ae | p y for 3ts ment store wo ; ¥ AILA ° 
You will enjoy sell t sTO fight sii. 5 Starting sal ~% 0. State ‘Reformatory tor R for home in Miori- , - ‘| both merchandising and service TTIONS keeping a“ “bert 7m "“Gestrable. 
well as beasties erchandinie Denke, “tek Woes ent No ‘Re Ng mae 7 oR Ua COUNTER oy he A ‘two caren. aece 3 | departments. S-day week. 40-hour) Cine Ih TERI D4 7 oor ves, Soe vom we 
other ph 4 GIRL S+tins 8m mo riess home mnt surroun s : . : | sharing an jpeny company ne- 
phases of Store operation. OL TANT Suite 1001, we | Waitresses, | exp te ial woneee required. Salary open. OL. Suplegment Ce Counselors Agcy exp. | Sfpsouns on pores an many. Bes , re > fits. Apply Mrs Dodd, Hechinger 
—— who will tell you about there fine SPPANDARD EMPt. aearl ya ng og — PHOTO PERSONNEL. | SMPLOYMENT OFFICE i: Bere Sache. wk. Group 
2 oes wR H PORTRAIT TELE: 3 cond. 
CLERK. TYPISTS Cannes ASSISTANT—Youne wom- health capable assuming re- HILD’S OME THE HECHT CO. 


r credit work. Must be ex- Soaery and supervision of 55 CALLERS a SIT Ty oa 
w-45 aa st 7t ta + — 
giver ~ “t : ; > | YPIST 


ye * Va- 
RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES TOP SALARIES erences reauived. ‘excellent. ealgry| Song’, Jin, BOY. Work "alterna OPERATORS | Sori | ws 
im3 F ot. FOR and hours. Company benefit y son ly. : dren’ 7 PROOF PASSERS Penton St. and Ellsworth Dr. . UE - pnder oe ag oy ep. 
TOP PEOPLE - A.B. Be | Between & m. end ¢ D. Highest Salary end Commissions G Work. wifi involve. miabular t ping. 
HATTAN AUTO & RADIO” 1th iis te! Sas a “ng Ay . » weekdays) . . 4 ren’ de- 
Positions available in person-| 386 #5 54 ii” between 10-13 «. your friends. Have a viastle and pOLICY- WRITER — Gene eal, iavur-| SECRETARIES Sestanh hese, Sa fe 7-2908 
Dranch, All have « fotaren Att DEMONSTRATORS Maus have sul. a ae aoc tice cen hn aa a as (20-30) ) , 
. ave “| he . : 
e 2 mg h utur nishing | “ell me teround rg gut. ¢: SToUD insurance and “her) "Sena, with loping 190 tpeninas 
$ ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES .$ | have excellent Promotion pos-| Ss8mar cok. 0% discount. ‘vack oa W- une & CO. 1306) ae Sey, vans at BOVE 
} r re , 
ra Be remen: PART IME L st ae — 


sibilit es. 5. eek 1! gone with pay . " . cor 12th ‘NA. 
| Gey w and 8 Woodw Barn mene Immediate vacancies with $-3340). alithc? wel- 
+a neuen Mrs y ay 
per ho. 


ard & Lothro 
OF 
| } rages $1 62 : : research development firm 
Alexandria, Arlington, Rosslyn, Willstor’ | “PPIY Monday & Tuesday DIETITIAN Peratout: Cleasant work, Wo carlor fered bgt act necessary: ‘car = in Alexandria. Must be Flectro A 
, yn", August 13-14 | have or more hou week semti WBAD Walrnnee. night work. 
| Between 9 & 2:30 P.M. L GROORAPEIC £0 be hard workers and depend. rie ae T8100 alert and dependable. Ac- o eve. or, Good pay. See Mr. Fribors. 
Vacation Time Is Almost Over! CMTE has an attractive. position HOSTESS thrt to. win} curate shorthand and typ- | “WAI 
| HOT SHOPPES, INC ia employe y+ apg as. rein, fl » WT th ing required. 5-day, 40- ve 
With Johnny j back to school, wh ‘tf | 1341 GO 8ST. NW RM. 200 ecuivalent in experi : . hour week. Liberal com- -TY rtie 
spere hours Bo gy. thoow bgp — ae das 4 ce ) head digt cle 5 oes 60: serve ver - hotel “ean SEE RECEPTIONIST pany benefits. Excellent STENOS PISTS cee Me igeah age 
Or that new fall outfit, and remember Christmas is just Personnel : he —————- a et working conditions. Salary TEMPORARY 
around the corner. Here's the chance to work close to DE 71-3330. Ext. 425 for so- - beer ss Slenderella Salon commensurate with ability Waitresses and Hostesses 
home, where day or night hours are available and even i CLERK. TYPIST pointment. and experience. | EVERYONE I8 TALKING ABOUT waite, Ra xeetute { Be — 44 
some paft time. | MavPts RTO Te | WASHINGTON | ) * ” and & ais. 
bgp pesest.« ~asst.. ee. $8 conx AVE. & ry SALES ST NW . | KELLY GIRLS = 
| 


WHY NOT BECOME A HOT SHOPPE WAITRESS? Must type at least 40 wor PROP._p Fas a for iraine v has FOR APPOINTMENT WATrEAGES sri oe 74 = 


| time: ex ly. ADD 
EDITORIAL ASSISTANT aged “S430. ip be Tralneg "ss the. 
Positions available immediately, wh REALLY per minute, accurately. oe IBM KEY PUNCH OPERATOR’ ceptionists j 2 Ant TReteE“ SI iw RESS — Experienced. white 
supplement the family income. If no experience we will | lent working conditions Poueationa) publication, pert-time. position with an excellent salet? Call KI. 9-7500, Ext, 106 | 508 POR 4 DAY D "Yor "butte Speen got 
tn cesential DE F-64n0 Noon to 2 « m 


train’ you Reliadility Research Orennige ation all applicants must posser the JOIN THE STAPT OF Little Vienna pr sat 4 m, Appiv 


| : WIRI has several part. time = key following cualifications ave. nw 
A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE HOT SHOPPE PERSONNEL | NATIONAL ELECTRONIC NG Rersgee sich Led suuee’ eeperans College packsround: experience ATLANTIC “KELLY GIRLS” WAITRESS White 3 ai. Cap'n 


OFFICE WILL BE INTERVIEWING AT THE VA. STATE | = , achines preferred ell- 
EMPLOYMENT SERVICES IN ARLINGTON AND ALEX. | SAVINGS AND TENTRON Is yes i rit ‘Sseerees "hours A ie RESEARCH CORP. ‘ee 


am ALESWOMA! 
company benefits curing your my sales Der so 
xpe 


rs 
ANDRIA ON THE DAYS LISTED BELOW: DROP IN AND 


$70 to week.) ) ie 
. . | fyom 6 Dm p.m ond SARK ON 
TALK OVER JOB POSSIBILITIES FOR BOTH PERMANENT | TRUST CO. BLA | ore Fe cies 63000. ext. Bed 711 16cm Oh tw” suite 41s) 90) North Columbus St. work K POR U By A Ae barrow Ee ais 


—. wer TIME WORK NOW AND AFTER SCHOOL | ‘ : 
Bee M 


ries ou ae 
ALEXANDRIA, 301 KING ST. MON., AUGUST 13TH. CLERKS aoe een ee Sa McLean Ry ‘Maupose acer gaat | § 


9 TO 12:30. by pair. AMERIC ' 936 Ellsworth Dr. 5. 

D Ci d foci t : " ANOS 4a Sliver = ae te fratern table a r 

9 TO 12.30) 7420 WILSON BLVD. TUES., AUG. 14TH. Cw as Peake - Suburban | Maryland nao. i shale ype ae OFFICE SERVICE ee fn 
her wersas| REGISTERED NURSES 


9 TO 12:30. sie ¢ has excel | WOMAN—Wh 
Permanent Positions FE nas - “nt Se ive and FOR ALL SHIFTS | SECRETARY | REPRESENTED BY urs ~~ mer 


a 18 years or over | mandement of agency ike euper-| MEDICAL SECRETARY | mea: estate omee: secarata Sct “tee a Week ay 
SECRETARIES | Working Condition, a fame’ Scrtecas MED, REC LIBRARIAN 7 Ee ya FIELDS AGENCY | os ane 
STENOGRAPH ERS | ye pened Deneve ico mo, M1 Nicholy Ave. SE. JO. 2-000 Facst “at open. A és ie" 2 oat Sais ST. 3-5448 
TYPISTS APPLY AT OUR roan Aa signee ve DOWNTOWN KiNDERGAR epg Le. SLERK : SECRETARY 723 SHERATON BLDG. 
4 WN 


mornt N t 
Sind Pieer, 11th an ngs ew ap protec i a 


FOR 
trance om lith St. Over Bis farm setting P typing and ¢ xeneral glerieal’ duties, TO $75 PER WEEK | 711 14th St. NW. SURVEY WORK 


We have interesting career openings for the above positions minutes south 0 otfies Jae 
for those who qualify. PEOPLES DRUG STORE tS vee "| oes Ae a 1h a Bonus an and “tiberaPvacgtton” pelter a. STENOGRAPBER— For . fesponaible usr re RBY 
| 8:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. Monday through Friday | pu sales a RESEARCH-TYPIST | jecior of Nab. Trade Assoc. peadg, “pos soiree cont. NW. MARYLAND 
WE OFFER: | HO. 2-1234 nt ; with z end educational foundation for wo Re ar, BO s. ork, VY rei 
(1) Salary commensurate with ability App! "Ea AB ee fe ter ae pete | sods shen megesene STENOGRAPHERS No palling : seat gars 
(2) Work week 8 to 4:30, Monday thru Friday fen, ” my ok cz nee tunity * rs _. with, ability ‘ae. at ilo are d yotare ojeds 'e tus 
‘ ion . oo 


Position available in research and 


pee sevengunsees commuAicalions 


BS SSeS Soca SECRETARY LAB. ASSISTANT. Sige Cale oi ie eee ere] | +000 
, ) : airline apr os 


(S) Air-conditioned office 
(6) Access to good public transportation 


BETWEEN $.30 AM. AND 13 NOON 


/ | Young woman ist 
(Newspaper) terrace, eb SORE) aes ctvet 2 artanende, ae: a = — srenoceapren— 

TO QUALIFY. | ae i oe ne : ae ext Pah sit. SI HESDA | Fe ra e's fied att| WRAPPER INSPECTOR 

(1) Good work record which will be investigated before ne Leena We Cpa Suey Panne Be be ae ce “Mpa FILE Experienced, excellent salary, 

employment experienced young woman with good stenographic | appointment. ~ Ben - oi 5-day week, permanent posi- 

(2) High schoo! education or better skills ne oe een to handle more than the usual ‘See ae eee Rocky. eae RBOR he tion, liberal employee discount. 
(3) Recently employed preferred amount of responsibility. Many company benefits in- iibraries ee . . Gaith’dburs ‘STENOGRA — The Prudentis! 

eres ued tbat ccuaner sie ures} Sat” wResbe) SALES od Sd sti-amarice ‘has'as)| HAHN SHOE STORES 


| ose “s 38 ~ 7. ; rapher Pe t.| 
OPERATIONS RESEARCH OFFICE TICiA Al NS | was aE Mn oh  sinver” SPRI! ar conditions. §- 3113 14th Bt. WW. 
: 


~ "lr SO Floor. Telephone: 
metric NW. it NATION 
ceustions, | reduction of expert. si) Op Gp. Ave er EX 3-588 I 


Apply | PBleresting positions iny tion. 1012 14th’ 
The Johns Hopkins University PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT | Mental date ete avaliad 


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7235 WISCONSIN AVENUE—BETHESDA, MO. | SAM TO2P.M | Sige Peclaege- QMinioam se SALESWOMAN | SECRETARIES 
| and BA in | 

INTERVIEWS | 


TEACHERS, wht ~~ gaa po ed VIRGINEA WOMEN () peeded 


4 _ er hor ith ready-to-wear experience. '"mediate v jes with sibs, ae , aF-| star ee or te, Be ‘bus nh 
THE WASHINGTON POST ; se , on ese oes established free -won owt leb- | ton aint | Sears Pe® f ips 


Excellent opportunity for 
) , Oratory for experienced pe | RUN time Card and 
MATH ASSISTANTS | Yce Nomen wis |e interested) sccreterien with ebility to |" ome Be Musie.| Cust yes 


& Times Herald oe ne OE SOR TO aie ab pabele bee ae 0 Ba 
CAPITAL AIRLINES 1515 L Street N.W. TECHNICAL AIDES | . | S-day, 40-hour week, paid Teachi 
' 
| 
| 


MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 
8:00 AM. TO 3:00 P.M. 


APPLY | vacation, hospitalization, whose 
h a 
cwmpenecatices OPPORTUNITY GIRL 


Has Immediate Openings | a ae ploye benefits 
mat . Recent = ballroom 
ry. Ree EMPLOYMENT Sat, aii Sas ox, be VIRGINIA AREA 
2 ‘ cosy. Neat. Re py nunetion young 
lady | vaso un = 


training or work experi. 
| le loca) GIVE-A 
cn 


for YOU NG WOMEN ence desirable. OFFICE PLEASE CALL 
FILE, TELEPHONE CLERK 


PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT | 
opssipns Pm | 


Continuous employment, 


llent , 5-day week, 
VARI | PE OPERATORS Who are interested in attractive positions | reticoment and veloc 3RD FLOOR IV. 5-7200 | 


with a growi and exciti indust plan, vacation and sick A 
should FE tern tn Pe Telephone Compaen. _ Mave benefit, LANSBURGH’‘S VITRO LABORATORIES 


Applicants must be between 21-35 and It’s a real thrill to say that you are a part WASHINGTON | DIVISION OF | : i ie ae take 


' of our country’s great communications | VITR RP. OF AMER! ). Por 
have | or more years’ experience on the system. You receive excellent starting ied — STORE dune “A . = 


| | 
Vari machine. . Starti 275 pay with early and regular increases. Our ro OG Se, 962 Wayne Ave, rao. pnd ee. CAREER POSITIONS 
ee ng sory 5 | girls have many opportunities for pro- | ee Oe, A ak 
or more dependent on experience. | motion. There are lots of other benefits. The Johns Hopkins | — 
Unexcelled business training is given in University | SECYS.-TYPISTS 


Five-day, 40-hour week, insurarice bene- pleasant surroundings among friendly SAI See EY 

f , people. Don’t put it off. Visit our em- PIWOMEN ABB Ags § 

its, retirement plan, and airline priv- ployment office now before these desir- APPLIED PHYSICS HIGHEST SHOE SELLING 
COMMISSIONS 


lleges. able openings are filled. wtiancisctach ad 
ee ey 
APPLY ‘ | 725 13th Street N.W. | JUniper 9-7700 


| Monday thru Friday 
Personnel Department | 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 


MATHEMATICIANS 
Hanger No 3 te Sis. Taare 
The C. P. Telephone Co. 
WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT P ) ae HAHN SHOE STORES. 


rf j | | 


=A Aan 
FOOD TOWN |B | Bly ae ee me. skit 


VIENNA, VA. es 
er Openings 


i WO. $. ady. 
rac. 
’ nice ge (My, 


wear 

love! qremeee supplied you 
s. Just 

riends wet investanene canvassin: 

cee necessary. ni) 

. W-19446, Cincinnati, 


Ate tm. tm: lady; $3 


x 


RS—Farn 
 betw 
selling widely Known av or 
Cashiers y fis. Call Mrs 
Meat Wrappers ; 


Scale Clerks 


YEAR ‘ROUND 
Good Salary 


Paid Vacations 
Group Hospitalization 
All Fringe Benefits 


a he 


” | 

WJ whezcinbo, t nw. Air-conditioned rooms 

whe is exp. in direct selline.. Ex- rat re! - 

lustve trect ; i oe 

ashinaton Ver, Adin. walking wniown 
mail BU =e " 


ie ete ae = 4 | | hs a3 
auto ' 
to wor ur a! Posit nF 143 1—Nicely 
will average week plus z os 
of allowance ST. 3-9470 F 
tr epp | Satur o-1 Mon. 9-5. 
COLORED ar RL Mon 
e 26-45 to take 
w. bee 


» VIVIAN HOTEL 


t. home-like ice 
oe P 


ot 50 ‘a perm spec. rates 
18 GIRARD ST. NW. 1 
. nele_ room, &6 wk 
¢c — HW: live in 4 nights: : 
exp. child care recent local — . 1507 — = ~% ’ Ge Bg well 


rai? | Sir cond.; prt and bath: $140 HOwin Party 
On the Job Training (28 ; 5 do ake themes, resi 
¢ . 
light ¢ cookin 1g % one child care fon’ 
tire Sat. 8. $30 


Conv, lec 
Excellent Advancement | Mr need apply, TA. 9-918, | rooms, new 
Opportunities with the COUPLE — Janitor chauffeur and mass. AVE. NW. 


. for guest house. $240 ms.. aN and db) 
Area's Fastest Growing apt. avail fs wk. net A AD. 2- $296 aise NW. §231—dele 
Ch DISABLED VET wants woman to in Gen tile vt. Bus trens.. 
ain wife at night: board and breaks asi (eit 
APPLY IN PERSON ra 
FOOD TOWN si iase 


service; $35 
salary. 2520 10th st. ne.. Y 
. end cocks. lve In oF oul.) {rt 
Va. Md To $35.) G 
MAPLE AVE. 
VIENNA, VA. 


c.. 
COOK Bidens 
MON.-TUES.-WED. 
10 am. to 2 p.m. 


Quie 
I 7? : 
Suite 


DOMESTIC 


ay 
manager. 


‘HELP, 


Experience Helpful 
But Not Necessary 


Pent 
nes 


1334— Clean. aitr 
&7 to #14 “ 


> : ra 
fast priy! . maid service $75 mo 


O 
McKINLEY S&T. WW. 
rm 


ee. 


10- 4h 
me | D 


white i &.- 4 father an¢ 
5120. ext 


0 Apt. Conn 
Gall Mr. Chase 


nr 
cata 8- 


on n. ur . 

HOUSE KEEPER nursemaid live in MT. RAINIER. MB—Com! 
hd section: 30 yrs. and up: other F ee cony. t 
el RAINTER—TL 


employed: must be neat and ; 
ntelligent aod have refs.: excel-| path: 

dept salar. EM. 27209” °° pvt 

white foreign, to live in. New 4-0263 or 
home, family. Must be good -_ 
Ook living quarters “¢>" ai ; 
yo 
bedrm 


i¢ 

with TV » mod. bath 
cellent salary DI 7.8772 

NW... 1788-—Pront single rm.. 

bath ni 7 


—Live in Pond of childre 
heaton. Md OAK ST ON 


ru 2° 
radio 
"The Churchill.” 


ea me! ery 
ngle f : 
oe er mj TURD aeraiec. 7 up," 
: n ter. $6.50 j 


dbl. 


Immediate Openings ~ _ashenee 
FOR 
MILLINERY 
SALESWOMEN 


Full or Part Time 


paeses 
clos 
cone 
- 094 


2 ye Le required. 

WH. 6-4479 

White HOUSEKEEFER—To one 
no 


urs Front 
Gentieman. Park- 


APPLY plain os was 


KANN’S 


PERSONNEL OFFICE 
ith 8th & Pa. Ave. 


in 
ie 


rms. Pamily home RE 


’ 1-5 ni. '» 
days. every other ‘dun. Ta 6-0816 


SET eNES MEN 


‘Tt nid 


2021 Lucerne ave 
ws sogk na 6& 


1 
home: 
bus at door 


‘G. 
to 
oul CNDERWOOD 8¥. 
- a de 
| bye sme po vis : 
°. 535 
WALTER TeED VICINITY - Clean 
rH ¢- 
nea 


EWRISTMAS PROMOTION now AR» 
Ger war to select — train 
ral attractive wom wiike 
ime w in Avon “Earn $300-' mout 

apie ave. Portamouth. 


job 

x 

ore Christmas 7-0221.' 1422 Mar 
INVEST TMENT Pe i “typine. 
COMPANY | pax "AD aero CS 


SILVER SPRING AREA. Clerical: CONSTRUCTION 
knowledge of typi interesting diter 
surroundings 
nefit permanent post- 
interview PHONE JU 


Ne 
seyv- 


ne rt. 


add- 
jerk 


supervisor, 
manager White, 
experience. De- 
in comstruction. 
real ona, or related fields ELm- 


" 
EX. “ARMY Stal! Officer. 27. | oT. NW.. 
atile respensibte ath: 


n sition. 30. 3-696 
dit RAL i Use c.eant — 


. wingos eaning 

| a. 
RAT wae te =#8? a1 
' Write 


some study. 

Wants part time por'- 
er or day's work in cleaning Ret. 
DU. 7 46 
fi desires fms bus-boy 


expe- 


Por 

eee sinkle 

s7 50 we 

‘16% Hi ghiy "desir - 
. or 2 gentie- 
47 

Hawthorne Hotel 


2134 G ST. NW. RE: 7-4027 
emp! Gc. W 

U. students 

publes $18.50 


col 

eve- 
> 

’ floor 

reas 


MONEY MAKERS 
WANTED 


WAITRESSES 


If you are interested in Fi o 
position that really pays, plus shift: gas station atten 
‘ 4 ‘ , nw. or Silver Spring WH. 2-8935 
ree meais and uniforms, pieas- SELIABLE white man wants ey jenin ng 
ant workin conditions, con- a Phone JE. 2 i? 
9 , STUDENT. ‘1. —Part- time. Trine | 
vernent hours and location— exper elev 


housework, ventana. he. TU 

* o 

Be a Hot Shoppe waitress. er EXPERIENCED HERDSMAN— 
rried, prefer working with 

me other help avaliable in 

family, All replies treated 

dential. Write Box M-320. Pose Te. 

COL, MAN desires job riding motor- 

cycle. Ref. HO. 2-696! 


Gays. allowing 
Box 809. Post- 


- truck 


312 MARYLAND 
Comfortesio aulet : 
ore conv 


preter split 
& vi 


transp s24 7 


dub HOTEC—Ai6 [sth at 
n r rms 


°°? per week 
is up to you. 


ake $55 to 
ow much you make 


We provide the 
opportunity 


YOU APPLY! 
HOT SHOPPES, INC 


1341 G ST. NW 
—E WAL ‘week. moderate salary. Li. 3-4808, COL NW. Boot 
= |; °° °€”€§6»-'-«|»=:s«OWeek, moderate salary - Se ' £ 
5 WOMEN @ to 
get up and so!” whe would EXP 
urn os spare meus a week are . 
7.50 earnings Pleasant ou' 
the home work Phone DI. ‘bg 
> te i 2. lee 


LANSBURGH’S 
HAVE 
IMMEDIATE 
OPENINGS 
FOR 
SALESWOMEN /* 
IN 
Various eneditenieital’s 


51: VATIONS. WOMEN 


Ye i. TABLE. cependent 
esires general oftice work, 

= Geener clerk of child care 
e 42-3165. 


colored 


Elderly person. . 


5. 


store 
asst 


RB. Opi. 

‘clerk devt 
maT . 

LV, 

col.) ee i or of- 

work Li. 3-0472 

PBX. gen. office work & re- € 

ceptionist: yrs » Soaeee aieae & 


dependable 7-7 
LADY. recently graduated Tj from In- 
Detec raining 


ternation 
| Schoo! Dosit on vaca P 
bacbindii NURSES. COLORED — 


any iliness 
Pond of eilderiy 

77-5345 
-STENO. —— i 
‘work. 


a eesant rm 


pre 
71-4459 after 


Nice. Emp! 
are 
at ne * 


| new mod 


¥ Caplio! 
7, sma! 
4061 


oe 


ud 


rittenden st 
S] room, twin ded 
privileges $13 wk TA. 9-87 32 
COL.. 1354 Shemmere | 
ront room. share 
bome priv i 
CoOL... 13: 
rm ; 


~ y 


: a D 
Kellos 04th Vempe- Res 

ry L . 73. aiter 4. 
TEN years ateate practice as al- 
soeney in D. C. Last two - vears 
utive of large national organi- 


at 


iy; hom me ‘orl vis ‘giter 
ome cxoerlanes 261 
up werk "$160 } Call 693-9. ri cor. 
Manassas i 

Bec. ex 
and 


Senk: ins. 


ove 
training. Typing 
he Carol 


T oe =o Tech. 
and legal pro 


Markers — for receiving and jewe 


marking depts., experience not 
necessary. 5-day, 40-howu r| 
week. 20% discount on pur-) 
chases. 


tk hop nt 
32-6659 — 4 19 _ 


NE. to ony. tran 
dbie ; home apd tel. 
& 

newly Set front yes 
; . $9064 ladies A, nal nee and child 
AN, desires rivis.: pvt. phone; child care a 
filing and switch-! me 
onperionce on last job 5¢ 209 Warren St. NE dbl frt 
013 . wk. Li 3-4824 
a Na glevator opr COL “is 4 st. ne— 
aite 5 ron odgah 
COL GIRL Ralls desires child 


privil eges 
care wor -da 


COLORED ¢ cir desires. baby sitting 
| Rets. “sipe . LU. 32-6368 


‘exp. eneineérina 1 
rit Soste 


Pamiliar wi 


APPLY 


EMPLOYMENT 
OFFICE 


3RD FLOOR 
LANSBURGH’S 
WASHINGTON 

STORE 


7th, Bth & E Sts. 


~GLASSMANOR 
HOT SHOPPE 


(‘S. Capite] & Southern Ave. 8.5.) 


CURBETTES | 
WAITRESSES siti 


Get those dollars in your 
pocket. Permanent positions sh . 
are immediately available. Day r 
or night hours. You will have) anc pantry -hele we 2 2-791 wit aa sing 
; or : r 
excellent pay and tips. it's an — work, vy a 9122 ay donble. pris ‘ $950 Li 
COL. ADULTS — Single an 
opportunity that’s hard to pass % tar. Sol Poe vishes GHW. $1 “rms. $8.50 beme privis. HU. 
cote 


’ “O71 alier § p 

up! RED girl esltga— general COL. L106 ra) NW Eas rm l or a: 
) N 4 

COL — 2505 Toth nw. tae tom 


Cat) erine 
». home 
~ trom 1 1th ‘Street 
furn 
. 2-5585. 
F26—Nicely fur- 


cars. ’ 4 
2 fined 
i res job as bus “Girt COL. 

| or walkress ir ~811 


SITUATIONS, DOMESTIC 21 


CHILD CARE or kit help in rest co 


Fol chew TOL 
baby-sitters.) 9 
7-6588 


—NE 
i pome pri a 
TOU rm 
1 st 


ks. se 


coo 
Moore's 


NW. 


waitress, 
L A 


ioors om. l4th & Quincy n 


A 
; wa! le washed 
TA. 9- os 78 


fir 
ca itp Be 


cleaned and waxed 


—Nicely furn 


a, a or 87 week 


7-8067 COLORED—16i4 18th st. aw. & 


f Bx —& 
. desired by col lady Mon 
wich City refs. HO. 2-3486. ie po Be 2-2 
i) cesires 5 gays work and $12 pt ad 2 
all ren 


_ home 


ning 


work by day 
Baby eetine. 
oc _renourent or cafeteria.) Nr transp.: men 
2473 Sunday. COL... 540 9 st 


morning or oy, evening: 


vileges. 251 
adults. LU 4-783, NO. 
OL.—i1347 Tavior st 


ref, tA 
oe —wNr 


= 


- 2284 
dbie 
3- 


ight Gays 


Work close to your home COtoRED woman desires 
week 6-2237 


cbbtap ar “rl desi 


esites 5-day bart time. 


housework, 


Directly 


To The Shoppe 


ATTRACTIVE interesting _ traveling 
position for jady 21-45 supervising : 


rm 
ip. LU 
local §=talent entertainment for hen he sires 5- day 9927 “house. 
civic orgenization in small cities 


work. chiid care 
Experience not reeuired Caer ilig care a partie ote J 


portation paid and liberal allow~- maid's work, Pe home. office bid 
ance plus income © 250-8500 Fxper LI 7- 

iy. Write Mutual Community slre 
1207 Grand Ave., Kansas Tues. Wed. . ei 


Ww 


-E res ¢b “i care & 
Rey NAME-IN serLY zR Christ. Fr : ares 
ari ng oan re 0419. 


mas arc Day you h! ia 
boxes’ 51 ansort tments personsiined denies oD 
: Profite to 
Ee. a&- 


Ames st ew- 

room _ putta or 
front rm. 

next bath —Upger BW 

COL. 815 Tuckerman «t. nw — 
ront ™ io privis.; empl. ep 


oc onroe Bf NW 
rm: priv) 2-0°0 


ly decorated 


285 [¢ ttine or 


_ | 


ay 
2-59: 624 
~~ ont aut 

rm.. he goo AD 4-1339 


_.. ROOMS, ad all } 


ewly des 


iZ 
privi 
Pa aes 


Work DL. lis : 
> rm t ; 


exper smal) 


are 

th 320. , ~ alg er 

m COL. gut desi we are or ght 
ets 


CHRISTMAS CARDS — CASH) care, 5 days week 7. 
rofi i} t when rou s 
vey Scontibal” fas Deluxe Pers Lg | costs 


. des 
ht housework. 5 
Met a et wishes fell oF 
Rellabie. cane. AVE. VIC —Lee. comfort- 


full 
GHW. child care. 
3344 ble with kit. privis. Nice 
working isa co. ee ' 


tim 
references. LI 
Y desires jab 
_Michiean. for a employed parents, Refs. JO my st nw. 1S) e 
: ay neatiy furn 


‘ ag? 
~ EUROPEAN iMMIGRANT bed prt th, 
y ttle know edre of ne. SITUATIONS, Men & Wom. 3 f . tel privis.. 
¢ ary represent space, 
m* ~wafectarine Gepeeretien AGED coup ould like 
canvastine Apply between y and Mid" or‘ Va - ys, 3: 
~Ai_s..m 3162 Mi. Pieasent st. aw . or a A 
24 


7 CORNERS STORE rome aan Ta 


A _—-Ma ath. 
ne ar. ailomans 
6- 


Holl ywood. Dep 
—s 


jth nw Tms. 
7.50 wk. LI. 6-291 


$1 


COL. wis 


231% 
2-3 ehiid.: 5 


‘ to friends 
Le ee 
316 WN 


7 . 


unit: pvt. en : 
for con saga lal Berton 
2 nice furn.: 
ca $078 ws. Li 
ier 
ing rms 


6—2 fura. 
Le atl BED, 


ry 


“TS atasen on. 


ial rm fer youne pro- 
rec 


NOW EMPLOYING FULL TIME 
SALES PROP . 

4 —S8: 

fescional man or officer: pvt. 
ES : 


both: conv 
Openings im many interesting 
dedariments 


$-day. 40-hr.. wk. 20% discount 
purchases. Vacation 


Insur. & hosp. eval 
tirement program 


WOODWARD & 
LOTHROP 


« 
» Fie te rms "68. sa98 
with, prt a is ct ae ae 2% 


835 


. CLOSE-ITN. park-like estate 7 miles 


, ment, 


ALLISON sT NW. _418—Cor 


a * 
nileman a: DEMs. airy cround “BOLL 
¥. 1 bed 
“wr i We mn : 
(a4 (ren tieman P’ 
3 or 2 


; 2 
utilities fernished 


CO 
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 27 
£n 


ne 
a block ¢ rial j 
oc rans rtat 256 
DUPONT NY cin. | 


: a 


»' ing. I 2 months DE 2298 re 
p bower crncLe ants ve 
hotplate. Ps Bast 
+ ammnod. 4 ; 
~* 


air ; 
oune 


REA—-Very attr. 


2d fl. rm.: next bs ome privis.; 


m t 


atmesnhige. 
os aw islo—Newiy 
s ext bath: 


hore ) privis 
meals, RA 


an stalicious 
an! LEETA, 1325 16th st. nw. 


Beret home. . JE a7 
home for matu 
onv pv 
i 1 ele dally. 
- a 
Sproo! bi 
many services renders 
m 
Alr-eonditione 
MANCHESTER, 1426 M a 
c : redecorated, 


nw.; 


home- cooked 

auto. laundry 

spect, ask 
es 


HARTNETT HALL 


Good food; pleasant accom- 
modations and lots of social 
activities $14 per week & up. 


1426 2Ist ST. NW. 
HU. 3-5432 


from wr nike oom 
rtab rooms. 

Free parking Present ne A. 
or 3 young ladies or. sgentiemen, 

$14 JU. 58-2594 


wreeKiy 


CLUB MASON 
1726 New Hamp. Ave. NW. 


De luxe living in a —_ > 
businesa iadie and 


CHiLU — 
a =— wes 
oun 
m en ¥ 
ae 
home. JU. 5-¢ 
to open day nursery soon 


care. 


. 2 te ; 
Carojina ave. se. 
ROC OM for working mother and day 

chi) “es xs home 

__6- 17: 20. LA. 6-2957 
“al ) tor chi dren 
> 9. 0 


hiicren. 2 


by cay or 


en my * 

Sy: Meal 

fZEKEND 
(weekend Sun Rn 

Horses. swimmi 

£i> UP i SEAVICE 
Bo s and ‘Gils. 5 i2 yrs 

6-11 78 
cot — Care for child while 

Mon. thru 


BPTs. FURN. or UNFURN. 3 
. —_ Fo ; excel 

3 p.m uv 2-813i1 
; ins 


mother 


-Apts., 
reas 


ath 
6-08.16 
*. t. sh. bath; nr 
LA. 6-6343., 


rUANISHED 


AFri>., 
LL 2605— 2 - 
apt.. I 

oot 


7 
0 on lease 
~jJ rms... bath 
lge shady § 
. 5-8936 
. and gar- 
drm 


“BEL VOR Mu re. 
‘bus. 


ALEX 
sr _- 


nds: near. 


»super- 
laundry 
.oca- 


auto 
furn. Cony 
TE. 6-6839 


lie 
Oi 


airy 
reas. rent 
«Pas 
th Utlls ; empl. ¢p) 
ANDREWS Bol. Ling 
rac ; - 


Of _ permanentiy. 

—f + ge bat 
shop's. bus 
‘Cpilaren or drinker ~wwr “he - '-8479 
ARL. ’ : 


eaut 
4 closets laun d 
" $110 util inci 


T a. . al rm.. 
ree Dark $1235 mo 
‘an eré6p m 

r Pentagon. Family apts.. 
| oe pee A> 3344 
; 3 rms. and bath 
A'l utilis; $85 per mo. JA, 77-4622 
ARL.—Glass cuctesed liv. rm. bed- 
rm. tle bath & kit. Pvt. ent. $70 
A. 000 atcha alittle 
ARL.. S305 10h BO Ne. Eific. apt 
pvt. home. § . a couple 
7389 
‘brk bide. indy 
n 
ARLI! 
duplex 
to. bay 
Anne 
3-5 


a 0} sm 
yled home. $7 5 aan Refs 
changed JA. >-2289 
ARL. $86 mo. utils included. Bult- 
able employed couple . oe 
ABL. Near Pentagon: 
ust was rm 
bate th: 870 2 
~ ARL.—ist 


3. 
t ale be 
tagon. J Arlington Hail. avy 
D Idea 
35 mo. eac 


girls or ‘men, 


oniai- 
ex- 


ter 
kitchen ona 
42 


incl. wtils 


express bus to 
uit _a-3 JO - 
a —Lee amt 
vt. entr.: close stores. ete. 
> CALVERT &8T. -Near 
Shoreham Hotel: efficien ic or 1 
be ae ; elevator bidg.: see janitor 
CA BELL Alr-cond attrac- 
tivelg furn efficien $90. DE 

i] 00. 7264 


Beans cor, 3-rm 


bath Been. hetween ri “a and’; 


738) 
isTa ST.” 
bath Br deco., 
-9584 
3 ¢ 
furn. $40 and 


pts util 


$125. Utils 
se .- 
vallable’ © 
eng 3- “eats rent 
6. 2- 


e ARs — Effic. apt. 
util. incl. ab. 4-6 + 

a vie 4 rms i bathe 

it ane scl aig i rms 


— — 
VE. NW., 1860 bik _Comol 
. &. and b&b. a 


9-3 35 


—y 
rea goat 151 


CONN. 


- 2. Private 


al -51 
CONN. AVE, “APT. BLDG. 
E: bedroom. liv m. dining ree 
Kitchen and bath, switchboard « 
elevators: el utile Aisa etticency 
- 7: 7 


bright. liv 


Sogn. 
5 
. 


(Wes 
Attr. a $.: furn. by decorator. 
rm. with usable frepl. 
twin beds: overlooks 
cross ventilation 
Will consider temp. rent- 


ic 


t 
for 
s75 


frig 
Avail 


JE. 2.14 


bedrm 
) #136 mo 


| nice 


est tot 


; ms 
. an 


water. Res 
. LUCHS. 724 


- “bar apt 
&.. db, GE twin fan: pk’s.: ad 3 
ntile home: trans "a wr rity 


iste 


— Very desira apt 
-maintain building; 
, kitchen =" 
3120 R st. D 


cLeN furnished a Co. ha 
com : 


tile ff 
_860 
PAR 
newly furn 
i : 93 S130" per 
nec _ 2-9. 
TW aT aw Coat 
’ bedtw: ; 


urn.. liv- 

kit.. bath. pore > i 
NG aT. i Newly dec: 

orated. furnished apt Presh and 


$70. inci — all ‘ytiiities. 
all ESS Emme sT 7200 or 


private 
GLOVEa P 


we 
ror teh ; 
t . 


A 
bath 
utiis.; 


- No 


cond: liv bed 
kit.; ady! is: “8125. Inet refs 


heels 


refris.. afi P 


N - Ti Want 
phere? You ae ae to appre- 
Fw. is 

; good for = or 7 
~| fie. “AVE. WE... eee 
+. kitchenette 
wt FUPASANT 
Land bath. DE 
_RAINIER—2400 Shevherd. 
rms 


Ref 


mo 
spiate 


utils incl 


bide. 2 
Clean 
ty janitor 
2 rms.. 


loved cpl 


N N & 18 ST. 
rm.-bedrm. comb.. kit 
Couple. $55 mo 
Attractive. oe apis. 
3 


r Opehur i" 
pv 


Bsmt. comb 


f = 
We: ST — Convenient down- 
locat jons: walk to work 
furnished or 

effics ] 
entails range 
inspect. call 


bath. 
ls near 

trans at ba 99-8942 

wmAtir. | bedrm. 95 incl uttis 

Miss S335 NA 4-320. ext "352 
94 


N 
town 
clean. well-kept apts.. 

ow pe ee > os 
nad 2-dedrm. ap 
$38 to sits. Tok 
a soars. 
ind 


us 
iw. tir 
kit dinette 

fin 


terrace | act 


+8 


—~Lovely 
liv din 
All utilities. 
PARK RD. N 
lovely apts 
FAs 
+h A 
FARK “Rb. 


tick pie OR 

gist ay “ao 9 

s. AVE NW 

ie 3 
es eas D 


ROCK CREEK 
ot OT — Paks  OARKING 
EFFICIENCY — $110 
2-BEDROOM—$175 
2412 19th ST. NW. 
M 


GR OFFICE. APT. 5 
DU 7-Is6e 


: “newly 


Dy excel 


”» 


SE. ~— ae? 2 

or 4. Ret. Bus Irs. 
SE. AREA—Pvt. 2-rm 
de 

ut 

i, 

bat 

To 
TA 

Po. ae 


MD.—Large ying 
“bedrm.. bath: 
Nicely fu raished: 


A . 
rm.. kitchen, 
in mpetty pine 
—~| 2 -1848 

a. 
bedrms.. 


"J 
nas iplion, 8a ti 
nice furn liv. rm.. dab 
kit 


ntire ist 


PARK 
washer 


ee 
rm . din comb ahower bath: 
sti} t = 
ar . kitehen and bath. You must 

thes NM . ry 

a3 ’ 
furnished 
walkine distance Gov't 


y 


pecrm.. 

refrig. and hotplate 
ro: aio 1 bat 
Inspection 
5 6. wm. ft 


E 
VE. NW.. 


3-4359 ~ 
s33t—Nr, Cathe- 


dining rm 

STH ST. NW 
dren acce te 4 
ties included 
Tis 

. prt 
sT. 


5733 — ~ Liv - 
comb. . Kit. pvt, bath. lary : 
} 3-r apt.. #860 


tA. 3-3575 


©. 13TH-14THW & ‘CLIPTON STs. NW 


CLIFTON TERRACE 


to make this 
in the area 
ofetriqgraters 

hr 


We've gone all out 
apt buy 
new 


with balconies 
mel heat 
mer or 6H 


i4th st. nw. 


: ST. “a — 7 urn 
lige. rm. compl. kit.. utils. $i¢ 
week. Adults 2-2542 
, 
ils ith Married 
rnis rd 
— in- 


rm. 5 et re ut 

“heleney apts: : $7 sent 
fi 

toner’ aa8 “ie 


v 
din. r.. poten ‘nit. bath 


S110" 
aise lv 
_TY. $102 "HO. eett bess, * 


18TH & COL. RD. AREA 


‘ | rms. 
ee ee 
APTS.. HOUSES TO SHARE . 

3 CA 


s om vy. rm... 
4 beth Util. incl. Suit. 


girls 
rvar 
newly dtc. effic. new kit. equip. ;| 


also 
linens. meid. sery. incl 
713 19TH ST N W 
wily redecorated apts 
Elevator bidg Downtown location 


niv ou conditioner 
Dotional Bee Resi 


3-r 


aicent Manager. 
HOTEL - 1440 
c aletronde pt Elias Wi ely: 4 


236 MASS. AVE. NE. 


elevater bulldi close 
eo 


mont 


right couple 


week ¢ or ‘month "Near "bes oka 
8c 


freae BELLEVUE 


| nice 


GARDENS 


1-PARE ZONR 
4688 NICHOLS AVE. SW. 


1 Bedrm., Unfurn... . $65 up| 

1 Bedrm., Fun. ... .$88 up! 

of RSD CY Pune te | 
Bedrms., Unfurn. $76.50 
‘PLUS UTILITIES: 


Com letely modern: nese closets, 
aclous lawn. piaysround. ball 
d amond for children and adults 


| PHONE JO. 1-2700 
Open Daily, 9 to 6 P. M. 
Sunday, | to 6 P. M. 


THE BERKSHIRE 
74201 MASS. AVE. NW. 
Air-Conditioned 
Furnished Efficiency Available 
s00n in this de luxe bidg., $118 
All Utilities Are Included 


ot eae MARS ER. EM +“ 

x78 MA 1.8 
kn TO 6 
NB AY Sadie Noon To 


i G. SMITHY CO. 


S11 15th st. NW 
ST. 3-3300 


aetaraec on oa 


SWIMMING POOL 
WADING POOL 
"RE NO ADDITIONAL Cost” 
tle south of Alex: 26 min 

c 


mi 
rom downtown , 
main Pavy and i0 min. to 


2 Bed 


or 


Resort atmosphere on spacio 
grounds in country club area with 
aii aire? opevearesets Ot!-street 
ng: rent including 
ot basures. te 


entire area 
1-BEDR APT 
2-B Mate or 


-B 
ALL orn TES § INCLUDED 
FURN 


Renta! Office 601 
gosn. 


LU 


2 bedr.. 
ON is st Apt 


2-310 


. $100; Fx 
4 JA 


F608 


JA. §-322 


a ARI. — tat ire ist floor of my 
bath & Sis LOW ous 
2 ILLINOIS AVE 


tlic 


To . i 
Also effic WH 6-488 


| DELIGHTFULLY 


fur al shed 
B 


" Preau sent buses 


tga ily desired ; 


$0 “Magnol la Gardens. Co- 
lumpia Pik So. Frederick st 
Avaliable i, 
cious Uving-dinin 
t 


1/7 apt 


fully 

room com 
rooms. = in 
» Parauet floors. 


information ceil 


1.BEDROOM, $73. $77. 50 
her apts.. cool and auiet: 
ge. closets: ample 
er. _ center; 


nd 
after Gis 


Individual Control 
SUN DECK 
ultra-modern facilities. auto tar -orne 
secretarial serv- ogee 
}. Bee to appreciate p in 
75 guctID gr NW co 
HU 

Vv, , rm ._ din. “2” 
dec $95 1510 
-221). 


ae ‘e@r+ an moths. start ing Sept. 
beau 


: ‘al r conditioner 
mod. élevator bide 
t furn Phone 
weekdays after 
’ ~7248 
7 OR 3 RMS... well 
eee , ans 4521 
: 


FONT TRANS —{ Toom and kit 


apts ea no children: nice cou- 
pie: ref erences RA. 6-5106 


AIR-CONDITIONED 
CARILLON HOUSE 


2500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW. 
EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS 


A recen! 
buildine 
furnished by 


DAILY 


ref 


2 BEDROOM AP 
Inc]. wrtils ary factliti es 1 
blo. x to shep ping and busiine. i5 
mimutes to D and Pentagon 
M. T, Broyhill & Sons 
4610 Lee Hwy JA. 4-1300 
ARLINGTON NO 

Vic. WASH. BLVD. & GLEBE RD 
1-dbedrm. apt $70. incl. utils ait 

es 


furn 


clean: 
15th nw 


at 


and By gerator 
asi auncry 
BR aYHILL & ‘SONS 
He JA. 4-3300 


"ARLINGTON 
LGE., 2 BEDROOM 
Walk to public and parochial 
Schools and shopping 
“Tops” in Convenience 
CALL FOR APPT 


JA 7-6660 ie 
Arlington Towers 


ually controlled 
Immediate bus 
service downtown or to the Penta- 
gon Switchboard secretaria! 

ice. Bun decks laundry : 

& complete shopping center 
grounds 

EPPICIENCIES 


ly completed fireproof 
beautifully decorated and 
Dorothy Draper 


REDUCED FOR 
CUPANCY TO $160 
LINEN 

INEN AKD MAiD 
SERVICE 
Secretaria! sundeck’ over- 
amplified mas- 
antenna system. ca- 


Peaturing indiv 


service 
se air-conditioning 


\. 
: 


is 
lities minutes {rom 
Hous 


Your Inspection Invited 


CALL EM. 2-8800 


DOWNTOWN ALEXANDRIA—Pur- 
} t or Gy 


_ a 


7 3-BEDRM. “APTS. 
HOUSE TYPE 
Completely Furnished 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE 


1734 ARL BLVD... PALLS CHURCH 
DAILY 9 TO 5. SUN 12 TO 4 


JE. 2-5500 


Lau nore faci 

cellent cond 

BETTZELL. pt 

SRLINGTON—4007 | 
th 


’ 
ay 


val lable im med. call 
oo 


Wil s0n 
! } 

Bie "yard - 
ARLINGTON NORTH 

LORCOM A MSs 

dbedrm. apt 

Kitchen and 

weornee — 
ies fur 


Arledge Real ‘Estate Corp. 


2533 Wilson Bivd.. Arlington 
__ SA. 17-4448; eves 3-1663 


ARLINGTON 


NEAR IWO JIMA oy: me 
TWoO- BEDROOM APTS. 

One of most convenient | 

tions ———: \p the area. A sepa- 

rat - Ry Foor ae cisposa! 


living = ~ a inmng rm 
palin. ample cl osets. 
aa imcry facilities: 


tj—5-R™M apts compl. redec., 


location a 
5- 4056 anytime 


tLA SALLE APT. HOTEL = 
oak SRR MeTTO 
rit n ' 


ies and SWIM- 
leges are among 
bedrooms from 
wtilities. Bee rs 
400 WN. i2th 
SHANNON 
st. nw. N 


j t.. 
or call & 
lé4th 


| a.so 
ms and bath offered 
special summer rates: air con- 
rooms also availabie 
maid service one linens furnished 
24-hour elev switchboard AE 
service. In the peart of downtown 
petengee on 
EME 8 


——SHIPLEY PARK 

1- AND 2-BEDR APTS. 

min. to Pom. Washington 
rey +5 py furn and 
LARGE Ms) 
ample closet 


at 


dition hotel 724 


‘Aurora Hills 


APARTMENTS 
DE LUXE GARDEN TYPE 


location for personnel 


space. 


; us. sc 
. shop center 
on premises a. 25th st. se of 
P NE J -0135 

Mod atteac- 

to $95.50. All 

| lectr ‘ett are 
cau 


tive furniture: $91 
utils incl. except 
further ai ee sm 


ing “Inspect any time. 
i ee 


mn nrby Ris 
DANIEL E. ERAGALIE’ 
4-94) i i 


ORS OT. 
758 234 S. Ariington. Va 


314 aut 
furnished ‘mod 1- beds = - t. Cony 
located eee. © SIGLER & 4-9410 


Penta =. 


-- Spac lous ne 


rare yrouneisie 


BELLE VIEW soa aa 
we 


' 
: 
. 
us) 


, heer Good 4 Hope — sting 


re 
Beautiful and ,{Bs- OFF 


pherd at. NW. 2 BOLLING FIELD —: 52 Portland “sid 
hen er 59 50 Livrm.. bedrm.. bath. 


, kit ; 
transp.: 


share ba th is ly ad ette 


accept smail child i ser’ tee porch Key at 


Newcom) &t 2 
Inc. 
m busline:) GAP. 


DUNLOP. 
Ae pa vi 
ey 


bloc x 


K Hic 


NEAR PE H 
location 


Convenient 
nicely furn.: 2 rms 
heat end hot water heme 
mo. Cai -— a 


* 
an ns Bi, Ole 64706 
houses Ln - ind historic 
church. Walled - roo 


neighborhood Li 
of Congress $78 ie 4- 9438 or i 


PARKLANDS 


A NEW CAFPRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
Alateme Ave and Stanton Rd. BE 
NGLE FARE B 
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 4¢ 
1 & 2-BEDRM. APTS. 
ALSO UNFURNISHED 


SCHOOLS AND spor CENTER 
pro 


— >. Lib 
se. Res. or bus.: 
ch b 


HENRY J. ROBB 

-1024 VERMONT AVE NW 
RENTAL ae cE 10. 2-2990 COLLEGE PaRnKk — Newly dec. 

unda | ane -bedrm. apts 3 nosey. § to 


Open Dally an 
2413 | 18th! _—_ oo churche 


Sig Bh dba MD. Sah undry and 
rms.. 


it 446% pese 
pe. JE one. oat pa 3 
an 


facilities 
Al 


cot ws al 


3-bedrm. apts; 


rms. and brag Hien ret Pie . poor rent a +s Nam 
je eae LOWEST RENT 


4g mo, sie Inquire 1 BEDRM.—$63. 25 Up 


at et NE tyra. BEDRMS.—$75.00 Up 
ae he 23g FURN. APTS., $81.50 Up 


comi- prt Re in emploved OTIL eee 
an odern garden apt roe 5 
effic. vt ms i0 to 15 ¢ eter Direct 
miest te 
neta SE Ba chools and shopping. 
CALL RE. 5-8000 
FOR BROCHURE AND 
FURTHER INFORMATION 
cancies in 6-bedrm., peat “houses! 


DISTRICT HEIGHTS APTS. 
NW. sect; girls orr'"cE 


REN .AL 
ical mo.) includ. utils, ete, 7812 District Heignts Pkwy. 


days. 


“CIRCLE RREK 


Sheraton pork vie 


r r 

25. college grads.: pref _gusiat 3- 
re 3 house, patio: as. AD 

aw. i rl te share <! ara 


with - Ay Very reason 
6-3650 


3.6 OMe 
i dat *, ius 
decors ed p Sista 


—~ Nicely turn eect 
bath: conv. trans: kit. vis. 
sare 
Mod. 


THE WARWICK 
#305) IDAHO AVE. NW. 


gt Aves) 
Muhscseal 


7 


/ to sh 
fore, ai ey 2 male. “laun.., wt 
| South Dakota & Riggs ne. 


eee Boe 


e ry At 
retarial service: o 


APTS.._ UNPURNISHED <n WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


D7 _ 


Sunday, August 12, 1956 


415,000 
Sunday 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results, 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To plac@ your ad 
for Sunday. 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


oie 
A. 717-1918 ws, UNFURNGNED ae 
EE TTT 
SPRING. MD.—5 Pig 
oanaet Sligo Creek 
edrm pparwagese : 


including wtil. 


Tm 


“ail fee Ae 
Th a the 


Ss. & stor, attic 
MT. RAINIER 
4004 36th STREET 
GUNEER HILL “HD. 
Attractive % bedrm. apts fin 
mn. ap £. i 
off ode Sina ave.: 
ential area: 


block 
Kice resi 
ly 


G 
811 15th &t. NW : 
MT. SAINIER—3- a 
urn Wa 
ent 
to 
furnished 
efies SILVE 


' 
rentals we. os” 


$105. “ho inspect. call 
1320 . f2.S0 


sronsble_ 4 


liv 
thing Bot 
3\ "ea : we 


— eautiful s act. 
ot 3 bedrm m bv. 
fae. kit, bath uel 
bik car and bas: 
entr. ove 
iS Apply 
OS | Cleveland ave. 
SILVER SPRING 


SLIGO PARK | tion hall, 


r Grmmti 
WA. 7-12 


rise NT 


RD. NW. 
apt. with large itv. rm. 


kitchen and bath; 


a fe. 


; Se 3 a ave. ov. 


_— 5 rter; 
apt.;: ept. bdidg. 


eT eG 
ae tchen. ie 
Tenbse 


receD= 
| cellent closet space. 875 Cail HO. 
APARTMENTS, INC, °. $295 or] ZELL. DI. 7-31 
SPECIALS ate eb oe 
. rm. a ev. 
BI oe unten: | t | gat 50 ino, Gall OO. 5-7230, 
of main Silver aor ~ shopping coo x. NW. st 
and elementary schoo! t. bath, Heat “ 
3-B DROOM duplex apt incl upt, 
$110. plus a. » beaut a! Bliigo W HINOTON By 
Park area. nes Whswin 
ICE: $400 Piney Branch Rd. 
Silver aoring 
n Sun ™ ‘tll 3:30 
ae "7008—JU. 5.4305 
 bedrm. util. ine: CONN 
Taso Chie 10, 3-69, 1-bedrm 
SILVER SPRING VARIETY IN UN- CONN 
SUAL NICE APT 


etely redecorated y ay 
WAGGAMA RA 
3860. 


1 bedrm.. dinette. lar 


sep 
in kitchen for 
ere 


rer Pan 
reak.- 
fast set $8250 pine . 


8 ry J. 
liv- a a ermont ave. aw. 
for break-| 7.8141 
f $92.50 plus elec. and GEOR EGIL AVE. NW. (One. Walla 
ADULT BLDGS 2 bedrm.. full size Belk. Dee aa ats DT. Fe 


din $100 u 
Branch rd. te Old GA. AVE. and inerahem 
re. left 1 Block left again e lete apts we i* it... 


R.. 8809 Glenville ré. apt. 1. | Sure Riu yite ee at 638 


LIVE IN 
SUBURBAN MARYLAND 


MOST 
COMPLETE AND CONVENIENT 
LANGLEY PARK APTS. 


8201 New Hampshire Ave 


(2 BLOCKS ABOVE LANSBURGH'S NEW DEPARTMENT STORE) 


NEWLY DECORATED 


| Bedroom $73.50 


2 Bedrooms from $83 


(Utilities Included) 


oceuenid ae mnnaDs SCHOOL ADJOINS 
r AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS SoMruers 


SHOPPING LAUNDR STORAGE 
HE. 4-3200 


TRANSPORTATION. 
OPEN 


PM. Sun. 13 to 
11 ISTH ST. N.W 


Dally 9 AM. teT 
SMITHY Co. 


7PM 
zO ST. 3-3300 


BEAUTIFUL 
ROCK CREEK GARDENS 


In Montgomery County, Md., on the District Line 
and Near Rock Creek Park 


TRANSPORTATION 


Service to all 
Gowntown areas by 
Capital Tranait buses 
Aiso fast local bus 
service 


SHOPPING - 


on premise 

1-BEDROOM APTS. 

2-BEDROOM APTS. 
RENTS INCLUDE AL. UTILITIES 

FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED APTS. 


are lares with amp } t 
wice iawn areas ze say. 


CALL JU. 5-4030 


Rental Office on Premises 
AT 8327 ORUBB RD... SILVER SPRING. MD. 


OPEN SATURDAYS, WEEKDAYS, 9 ‘TIL 5 


Djrections: Out fice ot. to East-West h left ra 
and ieft te of lee: r out 7 
Bey te Gr ‘ right to office ee Hae = Bist Heat 


udbd 
MANAGING AGENTS 


Eig & McKeever 


churchea of ee 
$87.50 
107.50 


Rooms 


children; Diayeround for 


Fairview 
UNIVERSITY 
Apts. 


Langley Park, Maryland 
EXCITING NEW 


Conternporary 1 and 2 bedroom units—step out your 
own front door or from your living room onto your 
private balcony—picture windows—gracious surround- 
ings. 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


WITH LARGE EXHAUST FAN 
RENTALS FROM $74.50 TO $87.50 


Het Water Included 
COMPLETE “AIR CONDITIONING 
OPTIONAL 
1 block North om Riggs Rd. past Univ. Lane. and follow 
the signs te Mode! Apartment. 
7920 18th Ave. 
HE. 4-2073 


CARL M. FREEMAN 
Management 


Apartment Homes In Good Hope Hills 
10 Minutes Drive to the Capitol 


LARGE PORCHES 


Overlooking Suitland Parkway, Oxon Run 
Park, Picnic Grounds and New Golf Course 
Open to Public, at these Reasonable Rents: 


1 BEDRM. & PORCH—$71 to 85.50 
2 BEDRMS, & PORCH—$81 to 94.50 


fetes 


a] s SS Gstemes 4 cepiiy and fides” “some reverved. 


pan Mh & 


SSaoareas 


v7 


a ee 


ys Continecd on Following Pose 


. 


a wee POST and TIMES HERALD) UNFURNISHED | 


Fe Sunday, August 12, 1956 | pao 
/APTS.. UNFURNISHED 36) s{Nighels Ave. and, Horse on. 


APTS., UNFURNISHED _36/APTS., UNFURNISHED 
ROSEMARY 
Apartments 


N 
RG ‘ein. Feit ae 


SE 
aculate {first-floor « = 1 bik 
agen 


iorn ST. NE. 317-0 rms Rit. 
382 000 Seth and ch: erir . decet Sat hosed, agetss 


$62 mo ¢ residen 


means quicker sales results, dy ve eoee ot — 2 te 7 a THE 


vertisers. To place your ad 


Fats th sea ati'ntiZe iW LARCHMONT (Stage tt fan“ 


prions J odvia ho." = = GARDENS | PARKGLEN 


AE StASe a NE S21— Bes 


oad bath: t 7 oe. Fa st. & Prederick St at Columbia Pike 1-Bedroom Apts.—$81 50 
ane path $58. ne eat ¥ and ‘With Sun Deck» 
ARY ' BROTH HERS INC Df 5 94% rooms. many closers } ok of Jasge 2? Bedroom La. gy coed 50 
ti piaygrounds ee Include 
WARS. AVE. NW: oIi—Jd f - : laundry facilities and. many other WE aS J aioe P 
; ath a ‘ree se 
Key on 24 tir Henry J Rodd ine and r on tee Seer aT ass se ‘aur f STRONG 
mp ON Ek with D7 28141 2-Bedroom Apts., $94 Up - APL 1. JA 5-6514 . 
oe al J ’ at : . reach : columbia oe @ past) 
e ° ay ras e a 5 4 50 AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Bereroft Shopping enter. turn 
Wisse tr AVE NW ij6— ed ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED CALMORE REALTY CO 
: and bath. in apt. bidg . 458 Bi a 4 
Wash oat : ) ; Appl ALSO SOME FURN APTS 4 Phone Jt. 4 


es me or RA ‘ 
NEWTOUR 4 aS 8 | | | 
newly . ’ tside ip.ex Rasi dent Mgr _ JA j. 0300 RE E\/ Els 
plus utils, edu) IO. 2-911} + 4 
i ite a YOUR BEST BET! 

7h. Kit, DSI . £55 and & For year-round comfort. A 1i-bed 

LU : apt.. newly decorated. at 4™7 
WN. CAPITOL SF Waie -$79.50 incl 6th at ; wocated on ist ficor 

ut ’ Wie - ay ce " 


m with private front - nl Se 
ept.. cir ¢ ’ " bide trances Oniy 669.50 
E . rang ‘on ry 7 apt Ca iO. 3-4442 oF SHANNON - 
iney Bra 4 " Ger Ave LUCHS. T7274 i¢th st. aw NA 
‘Silver Spring axe Parade hoxton: 1-PARE ZONS — lit alts 
ia ; BEORM APT . ; 4688 NICHOLS AVE. Sw. | PAR ELLISON | Ba 
A ona, | SOUTHERN HILLS _ | tion 
: hopping center 2-minute 300 LIVINGSTON TERRACE | |] Bedrm., Unturn.—$65 up 
" j ‘ a : a ny to Bolling & Andrews APB ] u A 
; we a edrm., Furn.—$88 up 
a p ; : c ‘ n4 2-bedroo : INCLUDING a" PTTIE 
Ga fisDo%4 floors 829 i; and 2-dedroom apts "| eesicleNcy $64.50 
a . - oe Si “ : 5 ysets: cross ventila- 2 Bedrrus..  _. $74 50 
~ d tad street " 
. é. : a. anase bus to Pe nan PLUS ‘’TILITIES: 
; VV vs Pia area ad to hools Cor jetely modern a et 
TAViLOR LF We wi fa nurc,.@s and ‘eo OU aclous lawn pias gro on); 
; at ar . 1 ai at " . . : N {zk TRNI : pod r) diam OL, 4 for ¢ en and *’ 
: : . 271: Price \NGE FR & $100 
1TH ST NE 40961 bear. UTILITIES f IN LODE ED | PHONE JO 1-2700 
. sh OF} * ; 
it pt NA 8-027] > 3 S707. | Open Daily, 9 to 6 P. M. 
STH ST NW... sett —i Love); 
m ' kit ‘ {ca APT. HUNTING made easy! Exce Sunday, 1-6 P.M 
rig “ e's r al art | c No soe 
e & : ne Ca MANDEI 


Wikint LETED—-ONLY 4 APARTMENTS LEFT UPLAND | 


| CAPRITZ DEVELOPMENT 


AIR-CONDITIONED DFE LUXE | * ts the City —Sinegle Pare 


i2 MIN TO DOWNTOWN 


2 mae eg Rand ROA $153 2 Sigcks Prom Naval Research, Lad 


From Bolling 
FD) 


a be 


Off-street parking, room thermostat control, spacious 


' 
ALL. UTILS AND TV ANT INCL 


y PHYLMAR PLAZA 80 Count 5S "S-stod* 


4100 W ST. NW if AIR- CONDITIONED ~ 


Wiacdnain, to Calvert Jett on Calvert te 30ub. left on /CARILLON HOUSE pao 


| 2500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW. 


EM. 3-5000 DU. 7-2282 
ee — ——|__ 1-BEDRM. APTS. 


Laxury livine with every m 


10d - 
ern convenience. 6 tiful 
PRIVATE HOUSES a Se 


master antenna. laundry 


act wre and earace 


> 
;- 


| EB WILSON A 
ro rm 3 


Each House Has Front and Back Yards, Lawn Care, Gerbane 

and Trash F err va yas, Water, Meat, Laundry Facilities TIN G te tt the vheeds 
and Repairs Provided Free | CLARENDON CIRCLE bure 

SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING CENTER ON SITE AIR-CONDITIONED 


Sveti a immediate 


@ bedrm, ap rimenis et 


se €¢€9072__ - neighborhood hor 
2 Bedrooms, $93—3 Bedrooms, from $109.50 | ye vedios” i = i 
& m. to CTi 
ALSO A FEW FURNISHED APTS rom Wa aaron cree =ey Bridge 
i noe r Wise Bi a, ort | 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE on son by mt ive ne Be 


: Hh 
1734 ARL. BLVD., FALLS CHURCH, VA. 3 i Shih ial op 


JE. 2-5500 Daily, 9 to 5; Sat., 9 to 1; Sun. 12 to 4 ALLE APT. ROTEL 


Haber ti 


VILLAGE a eee 


; HI 
GARDEN APARTMENTS NEAR © ARIGHTOWERS 
[oe OL eee fab st She, SO 


ory 


1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE., N.E. 10 MINUTES 
| FROM THE CAPITOL 


IN IMMEDIATE VICINITY 


Near Schools and Churches 


t Set for 
I Convenient to University of Maryland _ DONNA LEE 
| Walk to Publi d 
CHILDREN WELCOME Parochial Schools 
20 MINUTES TO CAMP MEADE BY CAR And to Large Shop Center! 
BUS AT YOUR DOOR 


HE. 4-7070 PETS PERMITTED 
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY CLOSETS GALORE 


: . . eal Fr. Belvoir 
| Furnished Available 
RESERVE NOW!’ 


| PARK SHIRLINGTON APTS.) =e ‘foo 


Parking, tiled corridors and mar¥ “siieF Yestures COMPLETELY 
CONVENIENT TO PENTAGON. SHOPPINO. CHURCHES & SCHOOLS AIR-CONDITIONED 


OPEN 10 AM. ‘TIL 9 P.M. DAILY 


DIRECTIONS: Directly out Ghirley bw. te Shirlington shopping | See 
center. through Shirlinglon entrance past Hot Shoppe. bear left | ® 
: eon 3ist st. South, continue Jist st. te Park Ghirlington Apte. 
: 


PHONE OR WRITE FOR FREEZE BROCHURES 


KI. 8-1900 
= 


4503 31st St. South Arlington, Va. 


‘COMMANDER APTS. 
CORA, GENER “¥ 
NEW DE .LUXE 
AIR-COND. BLDG. 
WALK DOWNTOWN 
1225 13TH ST. NW. 


Suburban Living 
At Its Finest 
2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS 
LIMITED NO AVAIL. 


APTS 
Make Your Selection 


Vacation At Home 


Daily Shiietw & cutrron ensw| GRACIOUS LIVING 
Circulation | CLIFTON TERRACE | —— sf Gear ae 


“ Fresh paint, new A erators. 
for Washington Post and re tchboe p atmosphere. BS, ors, W N 
switchboard service eseryv park-) 
Times Herald classified ad- ee teaulifulls land daceved—co on-| OOD FR 
ow at . 


ies aad he heared eat] “BORIS KBGY SULZE PREP | 


pene Sito ERE etn S| Now Available 
REpublic 7-1234 | 4b Pi—ww—assewocmtetese ey + « from, $86.50) | 


Livrm bedrm ] -Bedroom fr. $139. 30) 


INCLUDING UTILITIES 
SECY. & ELEVATOR SERVICE 


Transit & Silver Spring Shopping 


JUST 16 MIN. VIA. SHIRLEY HWY 


| IDEAL FOR CHILDREN anq parking me. fect 


Numerous play areas, 


ULTRA MODERN 
GRADE, HIGH, NURSERY 
RIGHT AT SHIRLEY DUKE APTS 


picnic tables, Barbect Je pits. 


quae ba! kit dinette 875 Avail 
* APTS., UNFURNISHED 20, PU dees Ga ee mc | 2-Bedroom Apts. 
WALKER & DUNL INC Air-Conditioned 
Continued From Preeeding Page  _ 
Hit oT. “WW.. thes a fms. EE.) Smart shops dining room 
BALLEY TERRACE. SE., 4386—2 Rewly decor, in clevayer| Ceckiall jounge sid - 
ome . bath All utile ‘de $80 mo. See elevator apr. for) Pithi the bids peautifu real 
incl a 56 Key . , or call imepe ._Henry J. Robb eng 1024 Geck_for sun bathing 
AeA A, 20 RA 3.2431 Yermont ave nw, DI 7-141 3636 16TH ST. NW 
alr A AT NW CAPTTOL WE ist st NW. 3260— _Desirable 
Mod yyy y bide ideal 4, apts in ei go bids. Secre' oc ina 3-5600 HY Mans 
on 7 - ’ for ¥ me zit ar’ d bec rm i ™m Inet ve kit otte ‘ WVTOW Nv) ’ at - . Lo 
path pel neat. h w.. also 7-ft. re- board $89 0. si 8 .s ; saan } Ceatiomes on Non gee-teent ole: 
rigerator: laundry a 2 ckhers in ara opt enr and ooth’ $41 30 m 
bemt STEUART AROTHERS. INC obb. Tr Lona Ver mont ave. nw! 
oe 7.3434 Di. 7.8595 __ Di 7.6141. Weinberg & Bush, inc 
Wall AvY WE. 85. Apt, 301— $ sv AVe. SE, THA—) fms. and i707 Bost NW NA. 86-5500 
| bedrm.. $53 | & EB Tenant dat beat and water furn. near Xe ’ 
wil grow AU ERBAL H & CO. Di busi ine, $60 month. 19 R- qi. ' ] BEDROOM—$69 50 
Bol BROOK oe. Dai 1516 «3 biks — aoe S58 4 NE 2 BEDROOMS—$84 50 
Modern 5 ‘me from o0 to $69.50 YCLU o ’ 
fa: nily bid 2 rms. kit. and bath Bedrm apt. $87.50 incl. util t a ge be Ess st be , 
exce!. cor heat. h.-w._ and 7-ft Severs choice newly sonevases (2 dDiocks 1th st. & Alabemea + 
refrig. for $53.50. Also locker and, @pis. aveil. now in this mod. elev) Next to Congress we : a < 
TED ART BROS Ivc. DY 7.880 ; al ¢ Jani ar of a! HAR AP tenn = } +, r 
7 r BR ! .D 8695 ee Janitor en ute. lsundr stor : 
FO Ee ie es 8, NY RE. 7-566 y tn ar. vaat 


mete “COURT 


FPURNISHED APT. PLAN— 
Lge. Rooms, Huge Closet 


FOR BROCHURE. KI 
Parquet Floors—Play Area 


Convenient SE. Location 


TORE. BRANCH 
APARTMENTS 


| 230 FARO oT 
Dp 


Ps Rxs 


inc,.uced On.’ 
inspect phone 
+ 8760 


"con in Living 
ASPEN PARK APTS. 
_ BEDRM.—-$87.50 
ai Glen Manor Gardené 2 BEDRMS.—$117.50 
In Beautiful Silver Spring INCLUDING UTILITIES 
Completely Air-Cond. 


3 BEDRMS.—!¥2 BATHS 
$133.50 MONTH 


ca < 1-BEDROOM APTS $77 50 COL. near Bennine rd sei 7. loc. 10. mi ntagor 
pa and ". — 

ace q . — be The 4 Ov Sort att 3:30 
a * 2-BEDROOM APTS.—$102.00 shops; It lar des yard: children: 868 30. Ve Ida = ~ ny 
tee Management Corp 4-8 


ROUND. 215 OAKWOOD, 3 SE 


WA 
Ben AN] ais. ey eRe y 


Mrs. Guy, 251 Ty Holman Ave. 
Phone JU. 8-1297 


Resident 


3% Large Rms., $72.50 
mms., S@p. din. area, wall-to-wall! closets, sep. kit., two elev. 4 Large Rms., $84 50/1 


AGER TERRACE 
LOWEST RENT IN AREA 


1 BEDROOM—$69.50 
2 BEDROOMS—$8 1.00 | 


J ; 
phone NA. 6-4 , 
prea or HOURINO Ce CORP Mag a 
a ) ves. 


our Inspection Invited 


DUPLEX APARTMENTS ee! Bak eb are 


' . “ 4.50 
First Floor: Large Living } Dining Room & Kitchen. it premises or phone anprews* WELD PERSONNEL 
Second. Fioor: 2 or 3 Bedrooms and Bath. ) Meit ROUSING CORP 


Portowas: y attractive, 


resque ‘Suitland’ "Parkway. 
, eid 


ark Renta 
pou . < lectriclty arid > he 
7A 


vantee do i \ coline--eress ventila. 
tio 


3 


Bates & Springer | 


MAY BE SEEN AT ANY TIME 
BY CALLIne 


_HEART OF aed CITY | Bates & Springer | 


B RENTW 837 7 yr * wp — ‘Capite 
wie “allman rit kit atts so he :ib ta 
. ve 


elusive AIR” CONDITIONING! ie K fan. \R GARDE on 


ROGERS HEIGHTS. Ma 
neton Ra. Cony 
= Shopping 


Near Franciscan Monastery 
and Providence Hospital 


Sit: 
OR ee oo... FROM $62.50 | CAFRITZ—DI_ “7-3080 PYTER GARDENS 


art 
ee S 4 » 3- BEDRM ‘ious 
ae 


Be IR gah en eae eas FROM $65.00 325 DELAFIELD PL. NW 

2 BEDROOMS _.....FROM $77.50 Larse S-bedra apt. with. big 
cin. area an fons ae kitch- 
Immed one, Ag incl. hh 


| Open Monday thru Friday ‘Til 8 Saturday, 9-5: Sunday, 10-5 rN le Di ty -9080 | excel ms ST. NW. 


2-BEDRMS_— $89 


3 BEDRMS —$105 bAGi up oe a) 7-9080 


+ 2-BEDROOM 


$68-$73. 30 


No’ Uti 
FO SCHOOL PROBLEMS 
Beautiful reNerast Fats... 


DE. 2-3202 DE. 2-3260 SEE MODERN SUBURBAN 


- ———] _GLASSMANOR | x» 
| UNIVERSITY CITY APARTMENTS | "ifs yew id 


| OXON TERRACE, MD | 
. 


A sicix- 
| 1 Bedroom ...........$71.00 a 
2 Bedrooms ..........$82.00 | Sitige gio wintnron at. att s900 
| Pri. 9 «@ mtpm! Bit. 9 ams 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED thoy om e 
: STORES AND SHOPPING CENTER tive Sat esta Ea Ta ving 


o “ae nan ah LU fo 


BRADLEY 


BOULEVARD | 
APARTMENTS 


viet 
watt nis J cmap + - Ka Luxury, Comfort, Convenience 
: um : 
- i, th. 
| Pact remodeled WIGHLANDS gen ishutt adn » 86 3a 
ne. 3 }-343 


OFFICE and sample apt.: 2213 University Lane LARGE 2 BEDROOMS Aue Rope, SW] ibis Te 
INCLUDING UTILITIES ' ni 
2-bed- GELMAN CO 
15 PRESIDENTIAL GARDENS 


Conv. to Pentagon Nawy Annex, 


670! HILLANDALE RD. 
CHEVY CHASE, MD. 


** 2828 CONN. AVE. 


Brand-New, Air-Cond. 
CHOICE |1-BEDRM. APT. 


RES MOR. AT BUILDING 


ite arate w= 


ry CONN. AVE. 
) Only a Few 2-Bedroom Apts. Left. THE DUPONT 
a $134 50 | Besutiiul files on 

rom , remodeied bid wired tor ‘ir con 
: ALL UTILITIES AND SERVICES INCLUDED t--.  - 1 Bheen 

| | CAFRITZ—DI. 7-9080 | 


"GREENWAY 


DEVELOPM 
Minn. Ave. and A St. mE. 
wTOWN NA. 85740 “LU. 2-9652 ALA UTILITIES INCLUDED - vor ates on CAPITOL HILL 


Private Swimming and Wading Pools | “BOLLING ANDO NAVY 


IT’S A BIG 
~ WIDE 
WORLD Pg 


. 4081 Mi ave. 4 
attrac. furn. house; 
ot fem your yor Beninin pas m oigarets,s bedroom ‘apt. i! 03 at, ne. 3 rms. kit. and deth kit., bedrm.. 


Ts ¥ $9.50 ; oS wo. ae or 
Y V TA otcal TRACY CO” BO: Sesh 1218 Ben ot nW. — kit. and Soe 
KE VIS CONVERTING TO S078 ee. rd.. liv. rm. bedrm..| bedrms. 35 miles from Wash. 


| 1563”Colonial Terrace | COLORED OCCUPANCY vad oat , kit Se bath Rh 
8 


SSAze ge rs 4 wes hat 
| apartments in the hear home tor, diplomats. 

| limston PAR ALL CONVENI- 3313 DUBOIS PLACE SE. | ee eRe 0, Bere. wwf “a s. lge. din, rm. liv. 
i the “extras” that a (ORF Mine A : yh ty eT rm... rec. rm. 
| HOLIDAY LIVING all year round ee Fo ad ma aid” 33 eile ing 
| Completely equipped de  iuxe Compl ietely™ redecorated i -bedrm -2 - 

| kitehen ‘lets of cabinets). Nice apts utiful sroup f bidgs. a Mass ave 


—— 1 OS 
furnished 4-bedroonr, 2‘, -bath. 
al home o quiet street 

eave 


ining area. larse living room.) 0M quiet st. Adult families pref 


q t« lore! 4 m - ee 
SWIMMING AND) iitiscing: of-street parking. | © 904 50 Pi w aPh, 2 23 ae Ts, | REW PLATE, JU Tie elke 

iciencies ry 2 bearms.. « * : - - 
WADING POOLS) irom “4.60 tee tain | 


be iv. fF 
lle bat th. parquet firs.. lige 


te. ref bus to 44 poade| . — . 
Open House Today at | home. 1 child aR oe J ayy | ore, : ‘mo. incl. all utils , beaut. furn 6 rms, 2 baths. maid's 
dD! rections wi ison bivd. to Py ut tilities. ‘Included LA. 6-4997, fnapect ** EDE ‘AL MENTAL Co’l oO OL. "a6 * aoe “ a 
Qu - a ; =, Tight 3 bbecks to Key ‘COLORED 315 New York ave. nw. NA 8-7416 rod why TOYTOu A armine, t ine 

id.. rig HUNTWOOD APTS | COLOR bedroom house, new 
Columbia Terrace, right te OPEN . ~ ] and furni shed. Suitadie ‘lor ree 

Private Bus Service to Capital **” Newly Gocoreind auéen stad Ol 47th NE | aour 
G. modern de luxe) Larce comfortable 2-bedroom apt DDELL FALTY_ CO 
apt.. cl eee to ~aag Ne “> , oume in modern ide. $895 incl wtils mn 7 PL 
ARLINGTON REALTY co  BEPPICIENY 65 SHANNON & “PUcHS. 724 1ath\% ow hes: 
sve Sr , 
All Avail. to Our Residents Only - wn oh. 1-520 ~ Inc) uding al) utilities . . 8-245 plese eplaces sna = 
MOST NUS! AL sand “attract 2 }-| NO 7-91.57 |COL — te &t NE. Mod CEN 
bedrm. duplex apt pack. pat io COL: Te Vernon o a rh ae ey oe bide. Ail wtit ine! deluxe 1 pane) ScETOHN Tr : rasa? 
en 2n .-" cll. $79.50 ‘ 
y women wisi are $1 25 Open to . Bat = A ~~. ot 4 in-| ev wi ith ftenitor we wm J posal ash rep recat. sae _ 
ro incl. wtlls ‘CO. $-3739 for cerested. “call Mrs SINC. 600 H St. NW Bas, Cherm imaly furnished. 12623 33d 
: —~ TOL. Bent ani or ws 2 tm GEO a, laxuri- 
CONN. AVE APT re +. Settied soup only 7 RCRTOWN= pn th. “Farden. Ideal 
Remodeled and redecorated: large 1st and Pia. ave nw uv. ee 723_ 12th ge —2 pens. itehen. | e: " j 
| bed (=m iving rm. dining foyer COL,—2- & 3-rm. adts.. nw. sec. & death. apt "de: $55 = nigral nine. “HO 

" hen and path. tile shower and) Bethesda; reas, rent. RA. 3-8252 CAPA TTE ECHOOL area—)j-bed- 


sap, nee aivepen. _clevates on COL 1089 48th Bt. NE ; lige rms COLORED ee Ss CO. MEP Hoy) -494) | tin me -089 
0 eltis .< HO *-c4e4 | oot ev in Apt. 103. or call 4 Bennin CEESHC RG vit: rming 1.770 
Also. eiligsencies. HO 23-6574 weary. ast hae Vermont ave a” Ginette. kit.. Leth apt.| stone RG log Charming | Rin. 
Ps. see ee mi i - | Mountaip view. modern facilities. 
8608 FLOWER AVE. COL.—505 44th St WE—Apt , bids D—1Tt envyon Si. ] | Ol) heat, pond. pasture aad woods. 


TAKOMA PARK. MD ' 2 rms. kit. and bath. Arcola heat rooms «& ki ns adults 0 . 
Large 2-bedr: air gs per mo Key in Apt. 1. 4400 Mr. Jones, DU fxr | $5 [St aes. Ce me Se 

$10 } 50 _ clone, to transp. and shop des St. W DA\ Inc... COL.- clusive neighborhopd. * an 
pids carpeted hall oS | NW A. 8-3) | rms. kit. an Re tn til. furn. G16 S. BM. AVE. NW. 44006 bedrme. 
_parkt a ,. ” ae witeres ivi? W st ne 2 rms. | Marietta Pi | 23-1862 Buitadi "si group of, sith. gone te 

ath. heat and het wat - = Sranep i2_ mo : 
at a. “is per mo Fey aan an E VW Modern town house. off Lat 
CLAREMONT |i . + J Days ade ij 1-B DR M, $77 | St. facing park, iedia-tee, = 
“NA §-7056. INCL. ALL orn EXCEPT euxc| liv. rm. din. rm. ‘it, veranda. 3 
02 Vermont Ave 1gTH ST. oF pedrms.. 2‘ bathe. $250 mo. TU. 
NEW EASTOVER . ‘Simplex &, Duplex Apts cor an kit.. semi-pvt. bath. Heat' (i bBIK. org 10th and Penna. Ave.) 
eR . and hw furp $42 Ro eer we autiful corner apt in l-9r.-old aine yAUeY eee to 
papt | WM. J. DAVIS, IN Di Res. Mer. Apt. 103. NA.) Jan. 1. Classy, sine qotecs 

Ro it St. NW. NA. 86-3586. 72 | alr-cond Open iP 2. 4611 Van Ness 

C L are m notere apartment. COLORED K rae 
wit r ’ PK —Beautitul surround- 
INCL. ALL ont EXCEPT SLEC COLORED - 118 ie WE “795 | 1838 4th 51. NW. | ings on parkway. 2 bedrms. and 
= : »! ¥. kit.. bath. Jani- Near Howard Univ. | | Bish creened porch. Aji utils. furn. 
hre ventilation prive en trance. or. wi onthe ishwasher, plano & organ. Avail. 
modern Ritehen cana ment WALKER & DUNLOP, INC | EFFILIENCY—$62.50 Sept. thru. Nov; 8175 per mo. 

plenty of closet space, player aoe . ncaa br heat. a. WW.. gas, TV ant.. wired Jv. 8 -43 54 
shopping ceniter. Bus through _ cot —2526 so t. NW Bley. apt; rr af EDITOR s HOME—Bpacious r rambler 
velopment bid 3 rms ully equip kit t — cA pigs ee. 7.9080 ——— ooded secres. Bethesda. 
ath. Also por e t and "k cae nd "tastefully furn.. piano, 


’ 
ra 


ern 
ds | pas 
ne ea “ A AROU u "ew ‘urn. $85 ant mo.Kev in Apt 2 volume Until J ; 
| aan DI a? 3080 | 235 JPCPt OUR PURNISHED WM. 3. DAY $B "85 p00 | BES T “BI YS J I ‘r00m, © oc cupted Utilities included. 
| Immediate | Occupancy bed in fa 


Col Say" Ts 


2733 s. af ber Reed Dr ove | The. ' el SAR ~KENS DY-WARREN — This 
; iv om m. : tor gots. Histed be! ow consi st of , 
W dys 9-6 Set: 9-5 Sun. 11-8 | Sibe_ 20th. $75. See Janitor. " " — home has exceptional rec. rm. 
a L. on ‘ cor ee ae Sp fess than rears ol All have been with additional bedram and bath. 
— — —————/ | 2 bedrms liv. rm... kit. : NE. | Purnishings far above average. 
372.50 Key at 445 | Rezage Only $235 mo. JAMES L. 
209 47TH PLAC $59.50| VIAON & “i 1200. 
COLORED rr; th and 3 of Sherif Ra.) MAN @ FINE SONNE couple 
Ke at t.B with child to share beautiful coun- 
806 KAS STLE P ack $57.50 try home in nearby village. Phone 
PLA / A 1029 48TH ST. NE a d and Hares St.) Mr. Allen Sin. eve. or Mon, NA. 
. pt 8.31290 ext 677 

% Bik. Off of 43'h & S>eriff Rd. | 1807 ROSEDAL E ST a $65 (-RW. COTTAGE — Tim! Trom 
NEW DET. BLDG. cen BE and F) Washington: com insulated: ise. 

NEW CAFPR:T2 "* 4 : 

3 Dakote ave and Hemtncn oe ne | 2.RMS. KIT AND BATH. 969.50 ey i ADL. A | Jarn: Howers: 1 or 2 children; $89 
. Hiton St NE) includes all utllities. KEY IN APT E yt B33 -t55-te school. 

hie t. ; house: clos ech 
“CLOBE-IN RIGGS PARE aS satus CO. 5-1988 ogden yy | \ydinee $0)"inops, tfansp.- call BM. 2-9200 
) COL. Senning Hehts. Apts.. 4175 THOMAS Fi " RYON HOUSES, UNFURNISHED 41 
love the Aspen, re x from) WIRED FOR AIR-CONDITIONING | rms. $77. utils incl 8-5 daily. s 12 4214 18th St SREB 

Saturdey. LU. 22-1223 ALEX .—3 bedre Be fenc “4 S.. Con. 
> eo 


lAcEX.—Beveriy Hills Lovely Go 
t) nial home 3 ise b y 


e] ) , 6 ; ~>- — | baths, liv. rm. din. em. bkfst. rm. 
7 01 "4 Rent ~~ udes all utils ‘ LORED- -37 att ay 4-bedroom | 6 0TH ST. NW | ecuip A ishwasher. oe rm. 
COLORED. * New w York Ave NW. $49. 50 7 ah ras 19S with lease. TE. 
Neer Excellent Shop gchools . 5 ang - ‘ 7 a» STUDIO APARTME ALEX —6-Fm. 'f nbler, in subu rhea 
Providence Hosp: gpl. nes sales Aig eT aaa | uxemont. woode ee 
RENTAL . OFF 5S OPEN Dal LY apt, bids. 2 rms.. kit, dinette and DO" "EVATOR AphvicR xh ttt sores. ste.: $120 ine. BO. 
: _N i‘ : : . ‘} - L, § - - 
| 68190 4th Bt NE RA mae aX, decor oii. and nS MODERN LAUNDR LITIES ME AREA-— 2 de Taxe i tenon baths, 
+ , Be." ite ale 
Mc st Gesirable ap living roo: bedrin Apt 69 50 
bedroom. kitchen and bat ne room, c Ol. 306 M “at nw-—2 rms. “kit 0 inspect see janitor on premises NE i —-a-bedrm. si stone ie and d brie ks 
PER MONTH) Newly decorated.) &_ 8". ReecoBd Heat & hot) or call HU 3-3895 finished and 3 
new refrigerator and piove To in pct pe! pO, NO. 7-9129 R.A HUMPHRIES & SONS ot Sh ng. $95. pu. J “1342 42 
spect Res 5 or call € ot ORED—i1438 Meridian pl. n REALTORS ALEX —J ——Jelferson Manor. Red 
: a RUST CO. bes Tan ater 3 3 rms shit. bath. #0 2 Mass Ay wa. 9-son0 | vediza. brick sem Baie fo Siak 
_*"\1901_ 15th St. NW. NA. 8-8100' BA Sor to oe a) 9-741). 
BUS AT BOOR cece APTS... SALE 37 Arex Pe w Village Tumbler 
SILVER SPRING 10.250, 2-bdrm.| late. is 3 ick, Fombler 
4500 SOUTH CAPITOL COLORED | over lookin rk Also “od - n ; - . rhe 


| BEDRM., $69.35 1415 CHAPIN Spf deters — arkt =  niii 


—~ ding nf Lities) 


Attract ‘m »d apt. avail. in ares Elevator Building Close to | Choice one ne _ bedroom. sien, rome | ALEXANDRIA AREA 
ony to all milit in lat ' nin tehen. t? " ; ret 
to Peres seacentsone Transportation and Shopping sleeve: oneal excellent condition _ ™ “in SUCRRSi, MAUS 


>T and transportation. pir 
Straight out S. Capito! at to Fe AVAILABLE 

an i there you are. Call Mrs | pee Tt ITea ki at” 
Ouran 436233 BG. SMITHY ROOM 
co. 8ST 5. 


tien and details. call HOMER , 
~ Immediate Possession 


| = “ 
t Vic. i6TH AND V STS... NW 5 TH Ss BEDRMS 


r oN 50 
- in x foyer. i rm. dir m./ 
1743 Galen St. SE. $PULTA ORLY if nd death: excel cond in well: PU FEN "CED . wen hy x 
$68, Including Utilities Sil ISTH ST NW. 8ST. 3-3300 panera, 2 tise or “AD “Laugl'*| ONLY *- MaNUTE WaLk TO 

Large living rm di hha: a cove COL re: nom ' ae Apt 2 at 5 . 

° ’ ; " rm ecTm : v co 

5 yp r Rit and auiat’s ee) bemt.: 875 mo Can be seen after CO-OP ADDRESS Swimming Pool 

tor place for your ¢h ia From LO... 5-5)08 é 

Minn ave. turn south o 6th at COL D535 3d st. ne. New ap or and et ementary School on 
| onl en left ter 2 aL OCKS to * 2 rms.. ntl fe. DISTINCTION Adjoining 20-Acre Wooded Gites 
| . | PEN 2 ‘Ti TODAY 
"Cail nes Mor., LU. 4-8296 OPEN 2 L 6 D $120-3125 


SMITHY Cc 
w isth of Ne ST. 3.3300 


; 5 
ee NOY AVEC A sae PR “og 2500 MASS. AVE. | CALL SO. 5-1900 


WEEKDAYS AND SAT. 9-8 


Modern store i5x35 feet. onpe ‘ol darp Pirst and catenve ~~ gay ~ F,. of the 
$1 2 termine! ' ties ot. NE— uxurious § aparimen ome “ 
for pawn broker. valet 2 ei co RED. x uaries ss US. liv Washington . most - sought - after MONROE DEVELOPMENT CORP. 
= ae x oe, 3. a we gocesretys bulldin asepese a 134 N. Kings Hwy Alex Va 
tet : - ; ew anadian 
CAFRITZ Di. 7- -9080 ps, so _ I pebehat malt Builains and the  Jananese/— ae 
ee or. . "eo " bassy an across rom 
343 RENTAL Co. 315 New re Ave — Embessy. it Me — WARWICK VILLAGE 
m aI OF 4 ark it @ rear pedren ' divide 
} room. Lor kit "AND BATH . % “Two }-bedrm. apes 9 os t Pie buildine has qniy, 2 gpart- pg tl ER eo 
Near Dupor Circle. Please cal eee ef a ¥ ; ment homes on , ach of 4 floors, a ab er Crver refrt gart we c's- 
Mr. Bell Lo inapect ‘HH. G SMITHY ) COLORED —S3 ‘ priviae circular Criveway. slevato! a) soundproof Walls | 
CO Sil isth “. 8 9-3 00 aps oS . = %, = Also secretarial service. indjvidua} ¢s- Ba nt fax “ playero ounds us 
; > _" First Bi ~ (es. 2 aces sundeck, Centra! G:F jh 55. public. parochial schoo 
IRAMAR fined eduits 7 conditioning “avallabie edjoin ore) 9 min Pentagon. ; 
1301 15TH ST. COR. R. I AVE. pon a town Wash by ous. Open 
oe W ; RARELY _I8 A , . 
Comeneneny Remodeled col: x kit a igeiia beth. 74 86 Te gr ARTs iN a POHOMe f 00 8 daily Ave wy Py 
atiractive efficiencies. Dlus utils 78 F , 
aa for air-conditioning in de COL. 261 ve Si ee Assis. ation ALEX —3 bedeeae So sor ae rm 
uke pide. ied elevator and $33. $36. 642: newly 4: ; A This one is “ho sine and is comb. lee. store tm. #4. ewime 
| | peat + ‘Menaae - Poem 967. See, dap qomptney ‘harming ro Se 2d we her Cony. loc. Avail. Sept. 
as \orth, West and sou | R-102 
CAFRITZ— DI 7-9080 totore DUPLEXES | exposures There. i is a large sra- THX allo “Te — ae 
to rawin os al : 
_|PRIVATE—iseal for working epi; | JUST AY AILABLE TO COLORED | foom with wood-burning fireplace. Bt'', foule Kil. iencea yard. 
Day care h 6234. 446-420 Burbank St. SE. conservatory. Gining salon with “Weary UNIVERSITY AREA 
NOW REN ri = Best ip D.C. at 88 50; 2 rms,..| Wood-burnin lrepiace, master Acree me & bed o% tathe 
it dineite bain “Adults _c 7 | pedroom ge Pi. Th aoe edi —- eens te Mn. -— a Reas AD. 
New Duplex Sunshine Dus and stores at door, RE. 7-3137 lariam, 2 sgéitional , bedrooms; (nots: 
Apts or Li. 4-726 Randolph. | room and bath and ze large mod- ANDREWS VIC —Zo oloale} 996. oe | 
fe |ern Youngstown kite new ramblers. $65-$100. LI. 6-5374 
5700 BLK. 2 224 11th ST. NE—ist floor; 3 rms N . 
N . . ANDREWS FIELD AREA—Nice 3 
| Living rm. dinette. bedrm.. kit 600 KEEPER PL x ~—2d th: 3 Reon on weeneder. | 7, © peace bedrm ; ar Suitiand: $100 
bath eas hot-water baseboard rms. kit, beth “adult 5: $65 > and ¢ re Pelee Please ask fer 50. Rash BURBAN REALTY CO., 
tsoppite 50 and 098.00. c ony to) 1346 ion st. Nw poy > [me MAJOR GARVEY in Apt. 3 ANDREWS-2 BOLLING . -- We “bedroom 
1 bik t from Bo Dakote A. $70 home, ful 
aad hee ha Te rou st Nw —a rms. wit/EDMUND J. FLYNN CO. je $90. 7 -ATistEn. REALTOR. 
EUGENE H. PHIFER ond bath, as is. $60. N ~T hoo ZT 
1415 YOU 8 WwW .—2nd f1.; ARL.. } —< bedr er: 
408 TOWER BLDG. sT 3-8711 | 4*?.. yt y Bt. $70.50 Co-Op Aa. ane a. 1920)) nr bus. schools $115. JO. 32-8083. 
i717 a. ST NW.—Basmt.. 1 FM.) qracni eo wh 8.9569 ARL.—-Spacious dupiex, 2 twin size 
Wheeler Terrace, Inc. kit a nd bdath gous $32 /” mreninan. Bat Yo é- 6623 bedrme 3? «(liv tin ' rm comb, 
l wrindhwo © luxe kit. break ae space, ha! 
1217 VALLEY AVE. SE out TINNER 4 bemt.. al) new, & min, te Pente- 
| Bedroom—$70 and Ub 1929 Lith “Bt NW - NO — -_—- | gon walk to schoo! $116 mo, 


jneledes utilities: tiv rm 22's8 


2 Sedroome— $82.50 and ~P vw” bed ong CHEE ot SF = sy CONVENIENCE | AgIARD BR 8. High fist Nice 1h TA 


13 large closets, newly reinte heat, rm sem idet Scr bt 4 bee mt 
fnclosed play yard, laundry room COMFORT intn to Pentagon OPEN BUN. 
ppemmoraser on * eh floor: convem- 2025 (Th S vw rms.. kit 7 1-4. or call JA. 5-1470. - opm 
to hopping ap ‘ schoo's and tes By incl. as PRIDE py . 
7 Sal \p -i | 
7 tni- - 
7) ss | a961 R RD SE—Apt. 3: Lugsurious living at 6 m ; Po 
THE WELWOoE— Thi well-kept 2 rms wor “Sai. ges heat Re-| fulm cost con bie aoe sagen. bee den. iy. rm ore: 
Sider slevator pide at 1803 Sift-| duced to. 484 proof Dutlding ‘Close in. yet | aut $140. 5l. B-6688 1B. 2-1 
ficten ta fo ‘ediate oc- @7 suburban xcellent bus A » BemAtirac. semicet. or ; 
etticiency unite tor immediate oc- a7 F ST. SW ~ 4 4: 3. rms service. Call JA. 71-0877 or | bedrms.. 1's baths. fenced yd... gar.: 
Cupency. , Rrom i. 2 to, pee inc! kit. and beth, Arcola heat. $57.50 | JA a . Br, iver schis.. stores. churches. 
AD 4-4350 or SHANNON & 40 T ST rms : —" Pe 4 Tha ;. 
sas i ath ts ian =a ki and bath. Peat ‘Bel ‘wes [SECRYRETS WINTIO TF gat a; gim0. N a8 
it r floor ani 
"NEWLY DECORATED | 3259, suave ap 2 pms ai a Ae S back od. 2 bike. from 
One-bedr apt. for oniy $70 inc! at Ane vai heat, nN 50 Any quiet apt. bik. bus. 15 min. Pent. 
s) eatin. “olf Penba ave. at i £0. bout 640. Call or write Box B08. ed JA. 6-56 , 
. Ext Yying COL.—-Bsmt apt... a Lisa RiL—i5s min Pent. conv oc 


ae lar e livin = 
&t p! ,* a « . rg ve epee GHood Tapio) " lensats bus. shops: liv.-din. & gi. Jst-s. 


bedr ith mode 
bik Ticher. and bath and inves dinipe C _ Dd: | obtained for Pg at. eae. bedrm. or dem 2 bedrms. 2 
eater. vy glia HMehen ee turn “i ot P” ieee tile bath: garage. Semt screened 
5 " Call MANDEL “AD 4-3400. aad porch. fenced back yard: $130. 


Church or i rme Iv 


JA. 32-2176 
urn. J- ARL.—4- rm _ brick “with cele bed- 
rm 
clifte Ave. Lynch! | separate dts dining. rm u saee. 
shad 


HANN | bEf, en at ing 7m ' 

lence. oF “call HA: janitor or call SIGLE Me 
MODERN f ie oa Re 
is ee janitor a enh siaver 


el Sa 


MOVING aND STORAGE | . 
Lo. MOvVING—-| vedroom, 320 Score, can: 2 
Ove Small Shee PB ae 

eore ak Lai vers, i. @* sire tle 3 J 
or 6 cALTY 16S. aA 


$9) 


wnhtown oy 
1914 Con +, 4 nw All ao 
wit: individually centrolied -- 
conditionin Efficiency and one- 
be¢rm. apts only fren te from 
892 50 imc; all wtils 4- secre - 
terial service FURNISHED ‘APART - 


: ASK- tet ae 


s A 
4 2-hbedrm brick. semidetached with 


A NEW CAPRITZ DEVELOPME st ced 4. 3 re 
COME AROUND Alabama Ave. and Siaenteon he oe pat ent. men. ?.| sagemen’ “to. school 3 bike.” 


AND SEE THZSE ir, ee | shopping center. us service at 
BIG APARTMENTS | “BEST BUY IN TOWN’ | A ‘bitiviey — Peo re 
. rea 5 n 
| eer of Lettie CANT - 


AMPLE CLOSET SPACB eee 
Ae oamembtsin sudiatane te ANA oe ” yf story house. refrig.. eas stove, ofl 

FRO $64 50 3% ROOMS | | pees pb 50 A 8000 MacArthur 
FROM 904: | foL att tae, oe 
$68 and $70 | ley" ‘poses beh Ln 


SURREY HOUSE | 4% ROOMS a pecs or ae Bb Watied patio Interest: 
PE eB, $81.75 and $84. Be Sha fgg en eae it 


| BE oda es mer. RO Feet 
yrics OP Oe D 2-4248. >. 
crretcws Beg vi Me N P ~— AX ; Ma Raaie io YeaNeren — Lax AD. 2 cu frecl. 1 age fol Rg 
LOL ‘ nnad ve. 5. 
ASK AROUND DARICCANDS- MOVING cae bey er, .f oie? - | RM BE tae ’ 
LOOK AROUND My’ ' 


2. 3 bedrms. 975 mo = st restored Liv. rm. with i 


' | 2-becrm. apt. ise rms 
| Completely Air Conditioned | Sharches and ha gana | 
| wt incinerator ay | cee, Fis| 
| 7 ms od Apt. 


Extra ige ‘rooms. with ige closets, garbage disposal, \ge. . 
freezer too Westinghouse refrigerator, plenty of private | 1500 MASS. AVE * a Beauty Decorated 


MOD. DOWNTOWN, ELZV. BLDO 


"Rie 
Were, ero ing ler and 
COLORED -_ vai"a ofect | Ft titeteading Location | | Tedrme as Eves. Li 
1423 R ST. NW. , A * Unusually clean. eiurartire oom ° 
HEE sorch"hal'Som.."dot_ garage) Immenialt, ped, seatines «thi 


ce 0. oe a for immedi ale occupancy. 6280 per 


EON Bir Bag 


WKS: oO 16. 4-797 


"Continued on Following #000 , 


- Py 
ram r. Fully 0a 


We now heave many 2 and 3-bed- 
mm. homes ogg 100 to te 8900. 


Artfax een at <_< 
7 Hit ‘no. ing, 2 wear 
5 eo ae. 


Raa "a nif Ng 


ip spection 
Breuninger A 


love: v rec 
to f" rervinine 4 
am } 


- t 6 rms. 
ath. Ges heat 


~ fpeludine heat 
farm & i 
overlooking 
Gs and naturai 


FARK —}-bed: 
Bod gatose 990. RE. 6.7054 
MICHIGAN PARK 


blocks north new Providence 
. 6014 n¢.. semi- 


rv 


eta be BBS" 
7-2 


dip 
‘ST 


a 


This the home for discriminat- 
ing people Convenient iecation 
with that much wanted privec veer. 3) 


> ed on ever an acre of ground. 
} be —- = appreciated 
Bhorn by ape 
Artfax Realty. a (3 2- 1450 
RANDOLPH aT NWW.. 1368—3 rms. 
4 | 


‘a baths rec. Tm. gar 
iu. “= 4233 


hic%s PARK 
beautiful 3-bded 
iat wader 
tty os 


he Rea! . yn 


ord Ys rt bedrms 
' - bat ‘th it dinette 
i JU. 8-2197 ; 
i “tS Se a INC 
sorx KR PALISADES 3904 
st Kensington. Lovely 


Mailsey 
bedroom bungalow 6105. Eres call 
wf Wal DUNLOP 


KER & 
- 2 bed- 
» fenced corner lot 


- a 5 eh 
: 


: 


3001 8 
~~ *, 


= 


y heat: 
schools. f 


tores. 


INSPECT? a 
40 


se bet. aon sr Pas 


ae me) BP INC. 
img ve Sitall house: 


il rms. and 
ms. 2 dDaths. 
2 families. $90 


80 
oll heat. Arranged , 


‘det pe Col onia! ; 
fern homes 


5158 “Aine 


* © HAVE. 
+ rm | : 
ey oe 
IMMEDIATE 
OCCUPANCY 


Choice suburban location. close to 
schoois All 


sirfax Driv 
poarme me detached brick, 


rm equi 
bemt.. — 


Ave Popula 
. brick ~—~ 

range refri¢./ 
dishwasher 


15 All 
eigh*s 
bier lectric 

garbese q) sposal. 
and washer. iaree ppesurs 
wines Grol... full bemt. and 


#809 Columbts Pike, Colum- 


. Srp : ze 
large closets and full, 


bamt 
Larchmont Realty, Inc. 
JE. 4-3900. JE. 3-8389. JA. 7-0300) 


rms 


BEAUTIFUL WESLEY HEIGHTS © 


45 a. NW 
Detached. 6 rms: kit.. bath. full 
bemt. screened porch Reter ol} 
heat ar. teneed Lovely 
setting. nr ent $165 


iy ___ tA. 8- 4109 
150 
4 ioth St a —_ soem and us 


7 Lewell 


euce) 


CAS Aa nat abernage CAB: 


2836 30TH ST. NE. 
facheg’ home. rd ieee @: 

rds. 
gies 


rms 
yh sre} a # L aw 7 
per Kev doo 


¥ ena 


or 


rms., 
baths 8 
c waliftgs hatte. co.. Inc 


“WwW 
coun la: rateny Le ver 
uo 


_ $43" 
non VALUES 


NE.—6 rms... bath. 697.50 
NW .—* rms. 2 Deaths 


a aieet an sonil 7, & 
RA. HUMPH ies & SONS 


newly renev. §75 
nW 


890 
NE —2nd floer 
and bath. gas 
$55 
w—2Znd fir 
bath. Arcola heat 


flat 
Adults 


#40 


NO. 71-4907 
ee rms. and 
heat: $67.50 

N 5 a 


: ’ 
é he . af dec 
w. 7 


"with Sette 


te 
: M-294 
ost - 
SBP STORE ‘to rent. 
an e mn Wheaton 


LE, INVEST. PROPERTY 62) 


LIVE R Ni FREE 


PPER 
es-| Bid avatisele wit B, ‘4 rv" 6 units in, 
- ay ag Fm mde a Sma u own parm 


eds. tablished route 
N also! 


ort 
» * &| 600. much ve ion are oe: 
onal ec 
“006 Tits NW. wA.| cupstrpetien lunch operations for 


tale Do no. apply ae you hay at 
a SINy- Mod. oa sana | least . * 4. 3407 


=. gearentent 
8707 GEORGIA AVE. 


neome from contract 
air-conditioned Hi 
wl 


JOULES & 


tors 


HOUSES TO BUND 


-BEDRM. rambier with 
complete. $19,000 on 
rambier on sour 


all 
SENNETT co 
| steady 
office 
on 
ny reeceeaeie otter é 
vill te ~~ mit 


ed 
peed! 10 eS: cat’ fe = 6- . bas 
Ld E and living quar- om 


9.2795 


All equipment ciear ted- 
; 
taal 
F _._¥ 


ern rm, apt 
Owner “ih 
arras pees or property 
r Brot Ine, _— 


° Gee HOUSES 
= ARIZONA Ave es Brick rambler. 
. ars oi AiR COND I- 
TIONED ‘ fireplace) 
en 


dining R. ‘last ere 
or re ) 3 
Onty y $25 me EXCLU IVE Sets 
BURT co INGS. RE 
BARNABY WOOD is 


~~ 4 city. § bedr rms 
ss ' 


9« - 


ti ving room 
ee 


reception 


INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY 
services. WIth A PUTURE 


e 
air cond 
Own er 
ite. + eg bide. | ee 
fo Suthers Diner or main aii 
: Sed to Florids | e 400- 
on heavriiy-t reveled t 
witsin 4 miles of Quanti< 
Heacquarter . Quantico 
conditioned is modern 
ent be be est — ca 
trade- emt hel lares® par’ 
Diner seats 50 te 75 
mm 


New Yor’ 
7 


aa SEES 2. 
Tt GRIARCLIF? 
36:2 Loughboro R 


7 


AREA 
oa 4 


+f t 300 f 
proximately . 
vehi nf fe inspect call AMER 
. 4 Cc 


TRUST 
N? . at 
Air ee eee 
fos \o i. SHA 
724 «14 Bt 


” alr cond 


ia rm. Alr 
midi ded Middle 20s 
Eve: nes “end ‘weekends phone OL 
37 


J "? BEOG 
Dt 


-time helo Vv ery 


office detalles cor 


wc 
. 37-2480 
HIL —ot udig home 

x Su prome Court 
‘OWNER, LI 6°69 
CHEVY CHASE. D. C 


OPEN SUN., I-5 
5605 30TH ST. NW 


Exclusive 


te CAPTTON n 
148 hone t iT 
ojan 8-353 


financial 
5 


Box 


MOTELS FOR SALE 


Advice and co: tation - bedr: et 
sive ful ~ time “mote| or "4 Espec - A = + -m _ . 
travre re mn - . Aree UY d 


a) off ~ 
mendations on ‘pest buys in motels rey! extra bedrn 


Davments of i $.000 and 
smell motel bo «ht 


Revs 
= bases 


Ma 


a a 


BUSINESS PROP. RENT 47 


can . for 
86000 cash. ba ance ‘cass payments 


Se ae esae ne wares Mee) =JUt H. THOMPSON 
BACH & ©CO. DI.232 WOODWARD BLDG 


raska 30th. rient " 
line OPEN sien. Shown br sppt 
limes 
JAMES L. DIXON & CO 
Eves. TA. 9-964? 


ent 
A finenein « Miller, Reaitor 
35. Weeken Ww 12. 


3 GEORGETOWN orait 35th & 
od 4 be s 


we. 10 
her rr RIGGS PARK AREA prick. 


SOLTVELAND PARR 
CLEV ha 


Saas remodeted im - 
culate condition. Spacio det 

lovely mod. kitchen. den 
Dl 


Nome. 


ne- 
# #88. Brick semidet. 6 
bat A-l cond. Close 


lot. 4-bedrm. house with 4 


rec. Tm. basement, 
9 


Corner 
baths 


eH. 
venient te every 

; ced ' 
... fast 
th M Peo! 
iy ae, 8-410 

ROETOWN — 

Stable or operty 33d and Que 
auick — fl . eled 
buver's 9174 
Rh 
TA 


should 
Hannan. 7 


for 
covers 7 lo 
NA 8-351 
KALORAMA 
1830 24TH ST 
EXCLUSIVE LISTING 


ees! —e house and location. For 


nform 


HOWARD t "MePECK, Realtor 
AD —_— SS — — — 
é NORTHWEST HOME AND 
INVESTMENT 


A detached lerce asbestos shin "Ss 
n ’ o 


ts 
a 


Suita>ie 
Pull Ay ement 
2.000. Terms i be arranged 
this house must } Can be 
seen by on Call ur Hoffman 
9-37 


PAUL Pp — 
GEORGETOWN — 
J Se KOLB co 
REA 2-2100 
fin. 


eer 
5726 


2 
yeneee , lot. pore h 


to 
loan 


— ops e* 
he agents 


© 
* 


‘ Gt. 
Sth 6t. & 


earage 


‘Home and Income 


- 


SALE, D. €. HOUSES _—-64)SALE, D. C. HOUSES 


1305 JUNIPER ST. NW, 


ag ‘Tent 
“PES rd MM ay 
E 


Ba 


~ CAFRITZ NOES 
BRAND NEW BRICK 
ONLY 1 th At * op 950 
ALSO 4 CORN NER ROM 
BENSA ater — 
OPEN DAILY \ T07 
ait td Teehar 


ront porch 
s fan. These 


Pye 


at REALTY CO. 
WA. 7-128. UN, 


NR. WALTER TER REED 
: 


: Hv. a 
rm.. + ‘kit. 
uilt-in By 


roeging, “BERN Pte sant oo | 
A- 3° a ». i 
CUSTOM-BUILT 
AIR-COND. RAMBLERS 
AND gel LEVELS 


D.C 
3, 4 AND 3 waged 


New Hamp 

right to &. 

to Hamiiten &t.., 

' t. end sample 
Follow the CAFRITZ 


Eves. RA 32190 


hou se 
loc Sc 
FHA financed Smal) 
LO. 85-6202 
HOME & INCOME — 
os. Or sep. apts. Capitol 
+g Mod osm semidet brk 
sched bsmt car garasce 
ie M. BERNSTEIN CO 
$ Till 9 


CO. 5-3533 


rm 


vv 
down paymen continue 


st North Portal Estates 


EXCELLENT. LOCATION 
FOR PROFESSIONAL 
USE AS 
HOME AND OFFICE 


‘4 BEDRMS DEX 4 BATHS 
til Dark. Pully air-cond 
tor 

y 


iD 


2-family brick home. 2 
modern apts.. each with 
ut 


beau 

prt 

vt. entrance and sep ti 
d : 


Directions on 
Past-~West hichway. right to Grom 
rd. and right to Open 

16th te Kalmia rd... 

o.. 


ts 
res Ginine 
bedrm 


poreh carage Pull basement 
7 dee Th —I i 1. . we 


J) ho * 
orienta. xC ust. A A 
RT CUMMIN RE. 7-227 


Bien at 16 
JOLLES &-SENNETT CO 


ap: Realtors DI. 77-4244 


THE. WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, — 12, 1956 D9 
£. 0. C., HOUSES 
_ | 415,000 


Sunday 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results, 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 
for Sunday. 


+ Ave. 3431 


Car- 
Pret be | 
magi 


nT beast: eer. porch. 
Priced for quick sale. 


Prick" spacious Alabama 
center hail 

Rend fs 2 = baths a¢ 
~y? _— alr 


wi 
t.i 


‘ 


i wai hoe bee 


bea is rm 
pore “Gee 


On Albam 
Ave. &2.- 
det brick: 
—— recr 
app 


38430 Ca 

why “st yg. a Fe if det weiee 
ey pupestes ull daevli¢ 

knotty pine — 

gas. 1+? By 


eq Ft 
treet: 
#18 500 


Ave near Penne 


REpublic 7-1 234 
_ SALE, D. C. HOUSES 64 


we 7 ha a ag eae -Seare. 
mn Ma “Leavina one. t 


rage 


» 


nm 


4-10 


OWNER esery 


scr © ek 
appointment 


lee. clean. par 
acostia High hoo}—6-rm 
brick. 


8 

wide — - inc ned poreBes. 
full bemt heat. 811.950 
Other good "eines 
Lyndale—3002 Minn ave 
sem brick 5-rms.. 2 

with ise. knotty pine 
rm. scr. poh, Pr rages "9 y y 
euick sale. Oden wo 6 


Gorn * () 


Gi 10% DOWN 


3433 or gy &. -. 


saeees 


"fs r 


a 


is r 
oot Yi BILL Bek 
NOST AD Gr. 
2001 


* SMALL DN. PAYMENT 


Chetce jocat r 3 
3 retri ¢3 and 7 stoves. Compl 
Monthly payments ike rent 


Nr Pa exe & Alabama ave 
— t & ~~ 


$12 oso. “Vacant 
HARTMAN REALTY. INC. Realter 


1348 Ho 
Lu. i 10 ope Rd. SE 


4-3 LA). 2-5976. 


WTERESE® f°. 


~+4 
oulck sale 


row brick. 
on bus ine. 
Diehl, JO. 8-1695 


an 
com. Branch ave. t 
blocks to Southe ~~ plus living, _10-rogm bri . 
‘ 


ne 
BIRON owner 
ves. 


MITCH _ 
JU Centineed on Fellowing Pace 


10 


ST. 52978 


oe util AUE 

* JA. 8-6700, Day or Night, == 
tor bares satet office pase ner © wr a her } 
ca re 


AR 
“Broa st 
agent 


CRANT StYe. 
de aA>Die 
traveled sented "hen 
Owner will erect im provements 
suit responsible tenan 


or motel site 
neavis sy 


HOMES 


sen te, Goapfow TODAY 


ALICE DEAL AREA 
FIRST OFFERING 
$17,950-—OPEN 


Priced ioe 


x 1 r 
Or WARENOVEE— -arent -- 
Ot approx. 1900 «a 
renouse space ee hial mini 
2 of ffices amd show room or ol ' RESTAURANT 
As 1b ot 
Servic ce Station pa Lease 
In Growing Community 
; and ¢ 


or7 
eves. OL 


BUSINESS PROP. SALE 


gp eral 
bide tes 
Por details 


ave 
erred 
Varenouse. ligt t 


sq ft on ™ ndi- 
Sened Ready to mov ‘ 1 *y Cab Mr 


Ro ond 
REALTY. OL, 4-6867 
€ 


1 
sround on Rockville 
‘- % over 


NORTHWEST REALT? OL. 4-6867 


WHEATON TRIANGLE 


— 


7700 sq ft with 
house Can zone 
reali &-9% while 

increases 


destrabie | 
nalor 
r 


mercia) 


N 
brand Should fo vee enden 


cual © bor 
Le - Ww i. Hawke fi ite % TUCHS CO 
iz “3440 dail 5900 Conn. Ave Ke 1aN0 
-- AN Tf PARK. 4534 BUT: 
sbrPait’ ‘CREAM FRUCK — 5 SR CONTH PL. NW. Oper 
Cag RE ; 4433 et -4468 ad 8 S Airs 
SERVICE STATION 


For 


~~? 


cash 
small apartment 
comemerciai OF 
sq. ft. value 

” CATHEDRAL AREA 
$33,500 

4 BEORMS., BATHS. 


I 


THE ISENS 


ont Rnobe— Te Blan AVE Ee 


ap- 
$9 


Cas oo 
SOHN. F DONOHOE & SONS 
_...._ #1 _ Penne. Ave. & F 


For Sale or Lease 


DEN 


oo 


TO 6 


ocery 


~ 


. ‘Sing OPEN TODAY. 
a 2720 36TH PL 


ee 


Mg 
aqecens 
lor 


: MEAL ISTINGS CORP 
KE. 7-1807, DAY OR NIGHT 


CHEVY CHASE -~(r 
Ooen Sun 3.7 Wil 


1912 N st. NW 


STORES, RENT 
G 


= isconsin 
— 


-3037 
a 


joasi ing 

9 
~ bal sal y. 
Ave location 
one meer. cer eer 


service rees 
income 


2000 
prop- 
B< 


aes 
Active 2 
+ 000 oa. 
ral r “85 
ear loadi ae. WN thi 
fear, post office. 
Reasonable 


Ce é 
half ‘block vet ron wn nT foe “¥ wae . well on - . os 

restaurants. et lished restaurant on Highway ab- FRANK J. VOLKMAS. eM. 31668 
of rte 62 progtas - CHEVY CRAS 215 EVY 

mn Waerseae and CHASE PERWY 
—~ ding 40x40: 5 Brick town house 
venience: 
-"s 


rere 


Pusiness fulis 


wemberg & Bush, Inc. 
2s aeod bide. lots: 4 out 


“1516 EE “H IG iWA \, ite a . cown balance vee rly 
Lime- yeaeete b ler Sunders. Warsas 
“a r ROOMS %, v BATHS 


15262 with basement 15x21 


oS neat — ut 


a cormer 
- 
_ 


ead 


LAVALLEE CO. 
CLYU 


ST. 3-1 


5 

CHEVY CHASE 
OWNER MUST SELL 
5724 27th ST..NW 
OPEN SUN. 1 TO6 


23 ROOMS, 8 BATHS 


and notions Get 

. shoe repair. Suitable 
‘rugs 
stationery 


25 

Mw MONTX 10 us Ry” 

Highway. JA 060. 

ideal Business Location 


oii 2 
genau caste This new addition é " YOUNG ef 3. 130 


to an existing group of successful 1029 Vermont ave Nw. Ss 
for occ 


Lion = iat ous. OPP., OUT-OF- TOWN’ 56 


: 


ee 
‘wo 


- 


operator of 
bar end 
gift 


LIN 
miles 
i we 
shop or appliances - _ 
Larchmont. Realty, 


JE 4-3900 JE 
WAREHOUSE SPACE, Rent 5 


Inc 


Nebraska Ave. 
27-6486 ocx ' 


Op? 
olls Reait 


Sas CHASE. D.C. 


314 Penne 


—_—_—_— Out . 
WHSE SPACE Wanted SOA Bele cy 


App! Distribut “Phone 34400: OPEN 12:30 TO 6 
fant. istributor. co 2910 MILITARY RD. 
3 hi 4 a‘ . , os . suipped r 2 " " rne L, bai CED 
ab close-in: ov . = feath SwxEn SAYS. Get OFFPA | 3 


John FE gen "e Sons 


Own . PROFTTABI 
FRA 
Ave. &E LI 3-0084 


NKLIN COUNT + 


4nda.n 


warehouses from 5000 to *?Planhces 

ft. Have cients ready 89068. tools. ete. 
in Dis- 

your 


several 
| 


to ease desirab.e bullidings 
a — us regarding 


“CHEVY CHASE 
eo 


the. 3800 Western Aute As 


Inc. 


ground with B.A 


tion _e Artinston, Cail nit 
* “peti y day. JA. 7-1142 


COnmERCIAL SITES 53 
—= - mmercia, prop- 


sQ. 
Pershing ve. Ar anes 
tilig?tePsm. any ds JA 


Dos phone or Fr 
for mation 


_@ sow 


‘ 
IMMFED' ATED Y 
CONSIDERED 
This warrants 


WESTERN AUTO 
SUPPLY CO. ¢ inspection. One block 


off Connecticut Avenue near shop- 
fy Per 


Mise rt 28 
weerdays $ 


*lOPEN SUNDAY 1-6 
mpoetes ore a _ * Zest eof 
ise THOMAS. j “FISHER & 
COMPANY 


CHEVY CHASE. 
WILSON “HI AREA 
MID 20" S—OPEN © 


vider! 


i-} 
8 Leeds Ave 


Arbutus 1695 
a 29 


a ond $5 gius 1698 
A D 81D Man wit 
the exp. and know- oo wants bacx- 
er. Muat mere py and clear prop- 
erties in Wa Very iit tle cash 
needed Large "seting 

8-5 - 


pwn nce rw eal 


eves.. JA 
ESTATE aa 60 


LOANS PURCHASED 

BARTOW REALTY co } lor 

aa shopping center n ase. 1331 G St. NW. ME 8-24 

= mo. All Bew equip. At present faa 

oing over lL. weekiy. Ca! eves. trus 

at ween © OL 2598 

BOO REEP EAR ACCOU NTANTS” We w 

Pstab.i ats eepin ervice of 

your own servicing ‘small usi yr 
your comm}! 
me Wri te for. detail . 
] Bookkeeping 


e* 


‘th St. WN 
modern equip- 


bn 21 
Newly decorated —_—--—— 
lease sell cash REA* 
Eves. bde- 


rey 
“ - 
2.0 


Wak 


\ ,b vestors—sJj 20 
_ ote King 62.200 DE 
HAVE ‘CUENTS with wali: mited ca 

fer purchase of cone noes 


or @ukx an ser 
call RORSCHACH "REALTY INC 


JE a -3706 
L. 34 trust potes a+ ereg. ne 
$2330 te Za chien tit 


PM 
SHANNON & LUCHS CO 
5000 CONN AVE NW KE 7.1900 


* CLEVELAND PARK 


~ 


of title 3134 Geile St. NW. 
4333. Sun 


es notes per 


gyact es ~ *— Call 


reir Bacab, bus! 


or eye hin 
nd 


yee 2 weaned’ TA 


OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 


ie 

BRICK 

Ecwnens saa bullt 
ha 


Saye gio Say bath, on 


eT PLOOR are 2 liv. cm 
v Ps 
. Close to bus 


goes, Beet 
with vabilty "te to eel TrRusr ara WANTED 614 
ewe Ne AMES —O1. 79-1655 
“INVEST. PROPERTY 62 


unity te. ‘ : 
baked enamel finish ‘. enils, excellent 
crack pa ee 


i otmdone | & 


ONLY IF YOU worn 7 


NG in 
eeds zs se he : ey ~— 4 
exper. nec acto 


oma rt. 
condition 
will handle 


‘ 


| basement 


Cc 492 ~ mbt hy st 


pele Ave. a's 
o Exc bed 
orch 


1 


7 


36.000 Gr ant proved 


FOGGY BOT &[OM 
4) QZ ZI ' ST ST NW 
OPEN SAT., SUN., 2-6 
be more. con venies ut 

ing litt! ° 


th 
epoerene dinit 7 
ng 


FE 
Bs ata & NORRIS, 
ltors 7233 Mth St. N 
EOGGY BOTTOM 
. 2410-12-14-16 EYE ST. NW 


WALK TO YOUR OFFICE. AV orp EA 
PARKING ARD somone PROB- 
c ; le . 


zt Open 
GRA 


a 
YTLE. acen' =? “0. 


FOXHALL VILLAGE 
1606 44TH ST. NW. 


OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 


Charmi ne home for entertain- 
v 


INC 


" 

WAL KER 7 ‘DUNLOP N 

Realtors Uptewn Office, 
EM ] 


2-671 


PATIRFAX y —— SE 


; Ala 
1622 duper. Lo 4- OR 


GEORGETOWN 


OPEN 2 TO 5 
3615 PROSPECT AVE. 


ed sun deck Bale or rent 
Priced in 206 


133) SOTH St. 


5 Rent edy. eves 


7- 3036 


1314 34TH ST. NW. 


Most un! que Large liv. rm 
beautif rde 4 bed 
rms 2 the. separate i. 


brary Rent or sale 

CHATEL. EVES, AD 
"" ‘EXCLUSIVE 

1675 WISC. AVE., DE. 2-1137 

MILLICENT CHATEL 


GEORGETOWN 
OPEN SUNDAY, 1-6 
3339 DENT PLACE. NW. 
OWNER MUST SELL delightful 3- 
year-old brick town house: truly 
Georgetown atmosphere combined 
with modern conveniences; 

kitchen 
Deepfreeze 


Chepetey 


Ou t 
a. to Dent pl. te our 
ig 


Exc 
JAMES L DIXON co 


GEORGETOWN 


OPEN 2 TO 6 


FIRST SHOWING 
1304 36th St. 


New exclusive listing. This house 
] remode! 


cluded pa 


3031 Coneies PI. NW. 


leed from dinin 
ovely porte entervain- 
ba | »wedr 


$24.7 7 50 


pec 
je?t on 


very 
tilens: U Dent. 
leis on Avon 


1033 Cecil Pi. 


Cherry Hil! 


NW. 


Wise 


unewes nation enthusiasm 
an this excep- 


good + See 
tlona) wophisticated bechelor hou 
See eniy 617.850 Ba 


J. C. CHATEL 
1532 Wise. eve. MU. 3-3356. 
GLOVER PARK 
3831 CALVERT ST. NW 
OPEN 2-5 


Gil APPROVED 
3-Bedrm., 2-Bath Brick 


REC RM. GARAGE. DEEP GAR- 
DEN NEAR GOOD s&CHOO 


ET 
H. A. GILL & SON 


DE 2.5000 WKENDS EM 3-8496 


me ‘REST —2023 31 
+000 


s osets wall-to-wa carpet 
frepiace finished nee ea 
Veegs t a. 2. 

0 y Branc ch ave a to pect 

ight ¢ t Place 

SO OPPAMAN. TA’ 9/3738 of RA 
2- np. “Bior ne. 
MacArthur Blvd. Area’ 


5422 Baw tRoare NW. 
OPEN SUN 7 


Piney Branch Rd. NW. | OPEN 1 TO 6 
OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 | 2117 Leroy Place NW. 
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE by me, TOWN HOt SE. a 
roy: except bess pr operty, | is & ce- . 2 master "hadeasene beaut ‘as 


appointment 
aS ola hen se yt ox i4 
one owne who cared 
ty = 


' te ° 
| No vear® 
| Only for 


ears a pret sa in 


& CO 


power 
(fireplace: 


Upper a St 
i semi cx 


many extras pe Ae Ee Asst 
Piney Branch Rd. NW. 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 


apultia Burt Cummings 
CLUSIVE -227} 


RESERVOIR ‘RD. 
AREA 
ONLY 


10 minutes downtown Washington 
via MaoAr thur ang. Freeways 

ing the P 
tr 


oy 


ttenhouse st. n 
Owner, NO 71-0104 
-0163 


OPEN 7 
COLORED 
1302 Emerson St. NW 


Cape Cod bungalow. det. tramed; 
‘ baths. 4 bed rms. Fo eenmees in 


rm. inc losed po 
1303 Emerson s NW 


y 
* 


1 how 

of Ww a s leadcine 

e maximum of com! fort ar 
in modern living 
-button kitchen 

fifth bedrm 

al r cond.;: 

Take 

bivd 


bed room: 


ch herm 
pU wlacheqG gar ase 


rm Reasonadiy 
priced 


fi 4805 Arkansas Ave. NW 


ra 
sige Schuyler Smith on 


mee rdR.Mc Peck 


16 arate Rea. ee D ae 05 


aD “GALI 
ATTENTION, DOCTORS 


one in master 
2 vedro. ms on Jrd. poor 
7m th -bath Rea 


E £. WEAVER 


3-6870 Eves. TU. 2-3639 


COLORED— DETACHED 
OPEN SUN.. 2-6 
1353 JEFFERSON ST. NW. 
Pows er ; Sen. oy Sat age. 7 


"READMOND REAL ESTATE 
EM. 3-8875 


CORNER BRICK 
bedrooms 


large cd! ine 


roo! * 


PP? 
5019 Téthe ‘yf NW 
Riggs & Co. NA. 8-1234 
906 IRVING ST NE 
iful sen tdet 4&.° oem 
ht hardwood .floers 
spacious wand priced to sel 

see this home today Mir 

pard DE “L161 DE 

Boon _l te 4. Rs m 


661 Oglethorpe St. NE. 
OPEN SUNDAY 


61* 


COLORED 
FI RST tery OPEN 1-5 
> 5 Distintitve cus- 


peout 


DIXON 2 
R bok REALTY ¥ co."h6 


OPEN SUN. 4 "30 TO 6:30 
5634 Kansas Ave. NW. 
BEAUTIFUL CORNER BRICK 
° OPEN son 6t.) 
JAMES L ‘Slkon S, co. house 
ST. 3-7200 704 
FIRST TIME “OFFERED 
2146 CATHEDRAL AVE. NW 
$16,950 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 

CREEK PARK 

l-dath row brick 
ton Park Hotel "and 
niy 1 min. from 


Cc c ILORED—OFF _5& 


3-Bedrm Brk. 


Bat AVE 


a} Greniece 

1%! in 

rene Sorkin 

Waodi ey road 

Cathedral and right to “OPEN sign 
xclu 


JAMES L. DIXON & CO 
SOREN! “Le 00 


COLORED 


1231 Roce Ra bK FORD RD 
Situated at oe 
NW 3 bvbedr a 

closed porches 

er Reas. orice & termes 
Real TY CoO.. NO. 77-6356 


“COLORED or WHITE 
MODERN HOMES 


INGRAHAM ST. 
LLM PL. NE 


OPEN 1 TO 6—65! 
Ideal for small 
brick home am my. tenced lot 
en payment will taxe this 
LEO A BRYER & CO 
i} JU. 9-8033 mo : ie 
NEAR WALTER REED 
7600 ALASKA AVE NW 
Detached bri x 


A rae 


nall 
today 
INC 


580. 6 NE 
3339 Cuil 
See these  practicalir . 
detached brick peeders 
Some . the outs nding PR a 
’ *se homes. picture 


new 
convent: ences 


SACRIFICE. ‘AT $20,950 
OPEN SUNDAY 1-6 P.M 


a reach 14th St. NW. to Alaska 
East to 7600 and Open 
ja 


LEGUM & GERBER 
%EALTY CO 


3315 Conn 


nd 
me air-coo) ied with built-in 
many other 


EM. 2-9000 


SUNDAY SPECIALS 


OPEN 1-6 PM. 
THORNE_AREA 


7064 “Sst my NW 


ops brie k Co- 
ee 


Ave 


te right 
to Ingraham Bt 


Open Sun 
kK 


Charming and yore 


vited t 
of the finest _resieontios area 
seaceens @ 6, ase “1 rele 


3817 


Br 


17TH ST. NE 
tn a Woodridge 
2 bDaths, 
. an se breakfast, nook 
g ae fer ‘ort 
ust sel 


immediate 
Ri nana pide, ST. wee. 
current ym 


2 be 


by, bed 
aiet R.. ofc t epace 
attractive brick Cole- 
rihete a. convenient 
sc 
ing below . “¥ price 
IRECTIONS: Conn. Ave 


raska Ave turn rieht 
Oren Bs 


6209 NEBRASKA + AVE 


Immediate eccupancy with 
lent financing on this love! J “brick 
rm h 


s. & dis 


: is, Pei 

price vervi in 
te WNe- = Seay ¢ : 
to our ely 


MONROE ST. NE 
e of distinétion for 
family 4 bedroom 

mauet size 

rre srrTeen 
yar rd with 2-car 
ke offer; owner must 


30— 34TH ST 


2011 
oa 


living 
conditior p06. e 
now 090 
Out Nebra © to our_OP 
SIGN, almost to the edge of Rock 
Creek Park 
CALL “TIL 9 P } 
WM. EF RYAN CO 


a. 


eerage 
sell 


. 
# 


eee ee 


OPEN SUNDAY, 1-7 P. M 


Team’ Chase—$23, 900 
Bike OFF Cohn 
home of charm en 

Yded ER ROOM 


an 
room with bar “Beautital ening 
and ee my other priesd 


Por furtha® information: concern - 
img these. _—_ — i LU. 4-1680 


MET EE an 
ROPOL iS REALTY CO 
m3 - Capitol 8’ DE _ 2-3442, 
. COLORED — 1223 »Tyimides 
= ‘euah 
aft. 6 » m@ 


‘Lte4es 


4506 Ms NW. | 


ave. of 
ofl heat.’ 
Take over 

move Po 

Ave. to nw 
No. 3812 and “O os 


en-/ 
ep 


\ 
ec ACACIA REALTY. HU 3.4614 


. _ REAL bee AB" SR co 


SUMMER SPECIALS? | 


ITE 
1c 


ware . OF SOtoRED 
—WETA 


BEST BUY UPPER NW 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 
1501 UNDERWOOD ST. NW. 


room: 7 roome. 
2 A garecs. 
sereened- 


READMOND- REAL "ESTATE 
TU. 2-6161 EM. 3-8875 


OLORED—DF ry 
REAL BUY —UPP ER “NW, 
) OPEN SUN. 
5210 13th ST. aw 
ist * Gen, full dath. 7 rms... gas 
h.. lege. yard. garage. dish- 


washer gardege yaaa new au- 
washer «a 


"READMOND 1 REAL ESTATE 


C LOREDIIVAC ANT” 
NEAR COOLIDGE HIGH 
DETACHED—-$950 DOWN 
6105 4th St. NW 


OPEN 2 to 6. Beautiful 7 

den ist floor. Large 

with fireplace. al] large roome, full 
basemen! ~ hot water heat. De- 
tached outstanding jot. 


carage 
DANIEL DIENER & CO. 


hon 


— 
a* 


COLORED 
614 Jefferson St 

OPEN, 2-5 P. M. 
$12,600 

Soecial. € large rooms. 2 

rehes. gas hot-water beat. dou- 

~-car garage. front na dee 


rear yards. House in excelient con- 
dition. Call Mr Pharr. TU. 23-0187 
or 


i. GREENE REALTY CO 


NO 6145 
. oan Start Sack: as” 


. 13th "ST 'NE. 


corner property facing 
spaces. 6 large rooms 
zkiM. and powder rm 


N.W 
enclosed 


Se teed 


Pi 


—————?or5heo 
814 Hilltop Terrace S.E. 
OPEN, 2-5 P.M 


780 Gown wil i make you the roud 

Owr emidet. db ome 

wi Ad gieam:: ng ~-., oors,. 
: “te on 

Call 


modern ich waste dieposel. 
modern bath liv end din. 
rms rec. Tm and fenced- 
tear vs yard arr. TV. 
+. GREENE REALTY co. 
715 Fie. Ave NO 6145 
: List wi pee aan and wor Facing 
OPEN. SUNDAY. » 3 to 6 
EHRLICH SPECIAL 
4807 Illinois Ave. NW. 
20-ft. row brick . detached 
h. Can be 2 apts 
i <on. oe can't ge 
“FRED EHRLICH 
1012 14th 8t. NW ST. 3-0450 
Alter 6.30. JU. 7-738 
LORED- REAL VALUES 
OPEN SUN., 2-6:30 
907 .WEBSTER ST NW. 
FIRST TIME OF FERED 
co PLETEL is SEPARATE 
ist 


r » are 
fir % rms “ane rs i. 
4 rms. and bath Finished 4 


"3301 20TH ST. NE. 


RAMBLER 
Specious custom bellt brick 
rambier on lige corner iot with 
let 


The With Us 


500! I 


Desirabie 


r 


J 


COLORED 
OPEN 2-DARK 
DETACHED BRICK 
3809 17th ST. NE. 


room In Dasement 
goes ith 

’ Bubetantel dotn 
terms 


Parks & Quant Realty 


1130 Florida Ave. N.E. LI. 17-1022 


co R RK 
FNS BEAUTICG 
OPEN 2 TO DARK 
Gi OR NON.GI 
600 KENSINGTON PL. NE 


614 KENSINGTON PL. NE 
@eautiftul semidetached brick 


pa ymen: 


3 


ellent 


757 GALLATIN ST. NE. 


we 
jored tile bathe 
aw spacious yaras 5. One i wil 


Some | uc 
4 ae »> = wire 


rim gas heat. 
fenced el 


731 ERT ATIN ST. NE. 
GI—}j- podem, _ samt. Get, bey 


med. tit. 
was heat. 


1398 ‘Belatield Pi. NE. 


GI $13,650, pee | D 
3-vedrm 


E THESE 
Rerin . - ol .. 


, ‘right . 
rieht on Medien 3 
tur left 


- Ee M REED 


; Eves io. tra 


NE. 


$- 
SOLAR NO 
1018 Crittenden St. 
OPEN, 2-5 P.M 


home 


NA = 


j. H GREENE REALTY co. 


715 Pia. Ay NW 7 -6145 
“hist With bs and Bart ‘Packing 


sa eENe PERE AVE Nw 
Most desirable corner home. wlti- 
mate in modern living 


COLORED..Gresham PL. NW. 716, 
Open 3 


E 
60 HAMILTON ST. NW. 


ner hame. modern im Finished iad” _ 

Y =o = = a on — 
ar . 7 tr x 

PE Bis | Bsa rs 


FAGAN ESR Sop 2 


Open Sunday 2 Till 6 Tenth MODERN BRICK 
723 Farragut Pisce NE 3 BEDRMS” , 2¥2 BATHS, 
~ pod brick 5 EL bath DEN, BREAKFAST RM., 
screens venetian blinds end! j1 | BSMT, O.H.W. H., 
RiGas REC. RM.,, GARAGE 
sagen $995 DOWN 
ELI Is Kossow REALE 
3-4415 7 
COLORED—DETACHED 
$750 Down—6 Bedrooms 
1323 Delafield Pl. NW. 
OPEN 2-6 
egtqchod stone and 
arase Po neighborhood. ull 
ig Re fe Be. ave. te Dele- 
. 3: svt "Oy 7- "9686 


ee ee 


| Se ee 


GRAND OPENING 
| 24 BUCHANAN ST. NE. 


Soapeons Os Colonial oftr ohne ioe 


ae yer 
eit ey TONED | 


litra Mod. semi-det. brick; 
heated rec. rm. in bent. Co- 
lonial front porch. Full price, 
Gi, only $11,800" 
ISAAC & CO —Di. 


AD AD. 23-6100 


RED 
is! 


8-1277 


» & CO. 
-- COLORED! MICHIGAN PARK 
4713 7TH ST. NE 
brick. only 
| Pine pan. rec. rm. ¢ bathe 
- gorep. al minum tiled ‘©: ri ftchen 
| rs . c= arc. substantia! 
LLAN LA REALTY CoO 
RA. 3-571 1 Di. 7-9686 
Cheice ne 


COLORED—oI 
= e locations Down parments 
: 


Attr 
home 


and 
$2750 monthly pas- 


: 


6320 


P aft 


OPEN 3- 

4217 23ND ra NE 
This ¢etached Srick bungalow 
everything neigh bor- 
hood an¢ dining 

‘. ultra- 
and@ rec 190m 
amped yard. 


7-8890 
oP A 
4's AND-NEW HOUSES 
720-724 S8TH st. NE 
a eoea: she rm. i 
cn we Bat 8 + guaper.,2, bekems.. suti epee ‘sSts 
wi Git erick. and Basters pitt Soa? ‘13.8 
front. side hall §6COLORED. BRICK 
mirrored. 119 VA uw 


rm. jeac- W144 
f coraimic. tie yt ~REDEC —LIKE NEW 
a 4 PVT. BEDRMS 
SE nite CONCRETE FRT. PCH. 
DEN, FULL BSMT. 
GHWH, DEEP LOT 
GARAGE 
$795 DOWN 


anc 
with 


. 
rm. on 5 
“a 


powder 


cay i wee : 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD! SALE, D. A MOUSES 
‘ Sunday, August 12, 1956 


110 


. 


SALE, D. C. HOUSES 


MOUNT PLEACANT 
SPECIALS 


ora Cc AvewT BAe 


EM. 2-7328 
_RIGGS & CO., NA. 8-1277_ 
HITE OR COLORED 


MOUNT PLEASANT 


A-1 

rn. Immediate 

and yard. Reas 
down payment 

RIGGS & CO., NA. 8 fhe 

COLORED. 


oS down 


2-2069 
uE ..CcOLORED—SE 

$12, 000— TERMS 

AREA 
redecorated 
Avsaesve Living 
rec. rm Concrete 
porcn ONE Or = BEST 

pre IN THIS AR 


1,500 = TERMS 


~ $1 
sh ‘a } + ditben TU 


transportation 
buy «at 
te see call 


SHEFHY 23-7331, LI 


YE ALL COME TO 
MUSSLEMAN’S 
SALES CENTER 

4415 Texas Ave. SE. 
Open sun., 


‘ 


64/ SALE. 0. C., HOUSES 


$500'DOWN | 


co. —Real 
es: & rms 


RE. 7-353! 


64 


Palrmont ry oa — 
peed, RY nw. 
oct ~ St. tA 

jock Park Road 6 


I 


i 


ese and several Bnd 
v ficToRy a 
va 


aut corees 
ist ene 


ite, 
iy 


: tapestry bre 
in ‘vie Ww 
rms... 

pry 


COLORED — Tee complete apis. for 
oats $395 down: comp) ed 2 
itehens. 2 deaths. 2 inciosed pehs 
— basement Excellent jloca- 

Cali = oo 


sa 


ba 


Li. 3-7948 
COLORED— “$995 DOWN 


13-KENNEDY 


‘4 BZDROOMS. 2 Bate 
th St 


1] baths os r* 
il bamt 
mmacu. at e oj dec or 
ie _ = = 
ac 


rey ‘NATL REALTY 
UN. 4-3422 
COLORED TACANT 
$150 DOWN 
$90 PER MO 
aan 7S er ~ note 


sik 


Ready t 


: 


DI 
4 JEFFERSON N W 


podex crated 
in. A now 
A 


6907 
OL ORED 3d at 


"oO 
~347 3; eves 


Semi-Detached, $995 Dn 


colonta!] 
bsrmt 
Det jocnec war age. 


Gorge ous 


sem idet 
full if 


bath 
Deeo 


brick 
Mod. k 


poties conditi Por 
nt call "CO $4056 til 9 


', 470913 


REDEC ° 


* 


64'SALE, D. ¢. HOUSES 
CRESTWOOD AREA 


Corner lot. 4-bedrm. house with 4 
on rec 
wher 


COLORE ED VACANT™ 


zE—64 
ree. 
rm. in 13.500 


. to , 
Monthly payments . 
for cack sale $1500 down. $100 


| —3 stories with 
ist flr. 3 f 

3 rms. on 
20,000 


per mo 
ae M ST. RW 
2 rms. on 


am 
and "beth a” 24 fir 
~ ou H. § 


= 


~  COLORED—DETACH 
LUXURY HOME 
14TH & KENNEDY ST. NW 
pus beautiful home 
be appreciated 
kitehens 4 baths ' 
porch ~ vig 8 rer yard. det ga- 
rage. auto Excel. cond. 
3- ay TLL 9 a 2 


COLORED—$150 DOWN © 
SEMIDET. MODERN 


$90 MO. 


autifer: semidetached brick at 
:° years old mee nit bath ‘ful 


condition 


ash 
2300 GEOROTA AVE. Le fae 
; ap’ 
gnewer p” fale in 
$1500 down. $100 

> 
1600 ‘BLK Hyd ST Ww 
H.-W. 
eT NE 


9 
$20 000 


5 rooms. 
electricity 
GUY TINNER 
1979 11th St. NW NO 
COLORED 
BARGAIN NON-O!I 
Near Catholic School 
12277 44TH PL. SE 
for this white bungalow 
2 pches.. full basement. 
-w. ht venetian blinds 
erms arr. Cali Mr. Fortin, 
anc 58-6486 COX & CO 


COLORED—-NORTHEAST 


BRAND NEW 


th Dakota ave 
br! - Powder room 


7-4907 


fenced yard “ene 
Call CoO B= <os 


WOODRIDGE DETACHED 
PULL 
let floor powder rm 
bedrms. and bath suto heat 
a por 4 ie met > awnings 


WOODRIDGE “DETACHED 
FU LL PRICE—$10.9)0 

750 DOWN $78 MONTH 

A h-wt extra ise 


event 
“t ‘, 


$10.950 
firep! 


Sonn MOSS REALTOR tect 

2-802 VES. UN. 4-5665 base d 

COLORED VETERAN. | 3st bopreoms' 
$650 CASH GI aits 


ion Por appt 
| ¢@ 
$173.109 
full dry Dbamt 
i. floors lee 
{ro 
center 


~. 
call CO. 5-4056 
just HOUSES WANTED, te BUY 65 
Anchor fepeed. sy SPOT CASH 


OPEN SUNDAY. 1-6 ’ SR a 
3949 CLAY PL. NE ; 


atD a all cash for 
r Md. TU. 2- 


Anchor —— 


0 


pome in 9400 


6- 2 a be 
Benn oe richt on Minn aicHesT cash offer 


hours 
8.2833 or ar 3-35 20 


8 —— --— —— 
DIR Out rf on properties 
Left on Delile. JO. 2-0683 
HENRY ; “NICHOLS NA 


rm. home 


= MA 

good SE. or earby oe. ad anal 

| toe Have substantial cash. Mrs ” Count 

YER OR APP 

room, 2-bath, "Dave . 

will sell on terms. Li. 6-2000 | home, situated on a beautiful 

big trees: a good 
neighborhood 

ot) DORPER REALTY, Inc. 

STHESDA—Atiractive. 
8 


Colonial on level 
basement. 


to $16 A zandria OL. 
area southwest a Alexandria. with- 
in 20 mi. Must bie to take 
over iow equity GOI loan No agents 


$13,000 


7 


2 - 
owner” 


room 
eG 
A 
j- ay 
00 THE Tor DOLLAR price Ser D c 
home All No 
strings Mr Gindier "HO. 081257 
WILL FAY UP TO 856.000 for nice 
' detached house 
have $20.- 
ash —. payment would 
auiek oct Call Mrs 
‘ome 2 AMES “7 "St XON & CO 


“QUICK ACTION 


nah at Once No Strings 
nS Greentielad. TA 59-7788 | 


apo rt ~e for Your Home 


Bit 
RECT FROM OWNER 


ade cath proper 
Dd Cc 


= Greenlawn 
osters’’- os" 
* COX & 
2-1 i4} 
api Roomy brick citer 
' ory & den th 


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: 


area y 
ror 2 more 
be akfast rm 
y} 
r. Barton 

cox 


OL 
ge 1613 & 


/ Colon ial. very 


a lot for a lit- 
Georgetown 


or 
PRINCE GEORGES CO. 
interior 


Day or night 
3-734 


kit... 
shaded Teneod ere M 
I 4-4522 of Rr i613 
‘ NC 
BET HESDA—Park wood $14,500: 3.- 
ramble sep 


bedroom din. 
= ' x 


: ; 2° My 

corner jot iv 
shops and scheels 
with 6 mo. option 
500 LU : 


bed rms 
on Lae 


rm 
MY Fee a -ejec. 


ROkz EN! SORFER. REALTY. 


MARYLAND 
DDOCK HEIGHTS 


mahal new vr wh 
ranch-sty'‘e hou y 92 
| cated in exclus 

dock Heights 
Prederick: 2 


mf fWkad i-bedrm.. 2-1 
eriter 


. 7) : a 
passes American Stand- 
gems te: 

nh city 


b lar 
Marre F Rhod erick BKY- 
3-7T528 


4-bed-) 
all-brick 
lot 


3-bed room | 
ded 


ites ‘shaded vard 


oe, | 


» FOU R CORNERS AREA 
$14. 500- 


64 HOUSES WANTED, te BUY 65! SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD.! SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD.| SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD.) 
aa erat at 


MA 


|SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD, 


GLENHAVEN AREA 


LOVELY BRICK 
COLONIAL 


s ery attr. 
affording jee. . 
sep. din, 


balance | 
ENDORFER 3 OR FHA CONTRACTS 
our opportun 
ha brick Colonial Featuring 
large brieht livin 
r, yard family-sized dining 
dy of) kitchen with large 
unfin-| high bright basement 
| recreation rm 2nd fi 
| lige, bedrms. Call MR. SIOW 
OL. 2-5784 
FREDERICK Ww. BERENS 
Inc 
$21,500. GLENMONT HILis — 
brick rambler. 
7-650) schools & trans 


A Sprin 
Realty Co. fo 5- 31879 
GLENMAR PARK AREA—#10 
immaculate 
shady atio 
Ge schools 


mode 
fabie. space. Fu 


— a? Ss 
09 TERRACE DRIVE 
Ww y Meadowbrook 


bler 


19 980. 
2- eeeroem HONTCOMERY ee a Price 


° 

jow price 

bedroom 

brick. Features good kitchen. den 
breakfast rm. 


4x13 st 
storage space. Owne r. » OL 
KENSINGTON 
Cod bamt 
$12 500 8600 do to vets 
ject to agoroval of VA 
up mee own: liv 
dinin 
atmest chatahed in knotty 


if 
li +" Cel — with - 
bath de ray fyll 
basement 

REALTO oT rm 
ath 


Brick 


la 


center 
4 large bedrms baths 
bright. cheer vu den, family-size de 
luxe kit rm spacious rec 
and £ oar garage. Excellent 
storage afd closet space. Sacrifice 
at Py wr LO. 5-4900 4 Nag sINS 


pine 


ee 2- 


NN. AVE. FE 
bedroom ramodler spice and span 


=r for 
extra-| orated 
ALD, | HE 


7770 


Over-size bsmt 
do- 
laundry 


; . or 
| jaree 3- bedrmn. - Brick rambler. Fu 


iy 


0 
a appr GRARAM & CO., JU, 5-6 


arate 


mL CLEY PARK —Ulira modern 3- 
1 Se aeen brick rambler, Tull daylight 


basement. Vacan 


4-0400. HUGH T. PECK 
_N. Hamp. ave 


MASS. AVE. 4 ees 


appry. Call OL 

ave ext. to Glen 

on Mariyn dr. to 5220 and 
sien 


4- ee bedrm. brick 


to non- G 
equipped 


i 
mediate possession. MR PRANE, 
LQ 4- 7080 


ROCKVILLE 


Non or, , mecial $300 down will 
bed 


. KENSINGTON. MD. —— 3-bedroo 
in - Homew 
our Gree can come ores 

arket 


8435 Georgia 
301 


' 


J Pri ul 
». rat A BRYER INC 


& CO 


iu 


- Brick 
3 ] bed - 
tree- shaded 

Ox 


= 
Nr bus ) : 7 
AGENCY, INC. JU. 9-5555. Real-~ Frederick W erens Saies Inc 
tors 8-5000 


homed witir full cosmneant 
A th ood! 


trans. and assume 

joan With ormts 

Mr. Barton. OL. 2-1613 
4 CO INC 

) a > 4a — 5904 Crawford 


exandible 

lee. kit 

450. $300 dow or $2 

PHA SUBURBAN PROPERTIES. 
a 


a on Following Pace 


€595 DOWN | 
MODERN BRICK 


tg - ye De 
full 


In new house cond 
uxe ali-tile bat. 
gas heat Pp 

we and screens 
MONTHLY PAYMTS. T 
til 9 o. m. DU 


7 


rec rr 


rr r 4 


yw 
pect oat 


“EC. HILLEY & CO 


red Woodric ge 


PEN SUN., 2-6 
DETACHED BRICK 


2818 30TH ST. NE 


TO 8 DAKOTA AVE 


Ot 


RAND 

col ORFD 
SEMIDETACHED 
Lovely 6-rm 24 -bath 
’ rec. rm. Many other 


Cci\as 
. v¥ 


hall plan 
2\_ colored 


Center 
rm 


NOR some * | co 
Q- 6372 


225 GI APPROVED 
74 YOU ST. N.W 


NO. CA se 


de ck a 
“$90 MONTHLY 
- AMES. DI 


“ 03 
WM CALOMIRI ty INV CORP. 


COLORED—WOODRIDGE 
OPEN SAT. & SUN... 2 to 7 
3040 So. Dakota Ave. NE 


GI OR NON-GI $1000 


wn 
‘xk « ome with = 
hr a 


ar bat ha 
(eac " with — dressin 


bath \ tae fron 
t. @0x1l0; ADES 


*R Ripe ED REALTY CTO 
‘NA. 8-0904 LA. 6-6527 
COLORED—-VACANT 
$1500 Dn., 2 Apts. 
Trades Accepted 


lovely home nr. 19th 
s not a converted <_k 
apis Beaut iful rec. rm 
Ideal for home and in- 


}-3626 TILL 9 P.M 
COLORED 
WE 


HAVE 
THE 
HOUSE 
YOU WANT 


BETTER HOUSING CALL 
SOL INVESTMENT CO 
05 Li. 3-5307 


SHIPLEY TERRACE 


LI. 3-53 
COLORED 
$29 


lawriting a“ 
tat ORED-~ 
$59 


ION 
ern i: at ANG Aoki 
5 DO 


Ow! NER MU “ a 


suis &- 


NW 
ar 


in finest 
garage. 


ALTY 

PRR ww tt 
ELECTION BARGAINS 
ONLY $495 DOWN 


tapes try brick, 
; full Demt 


“RALMUS RE 


_ME 


Tease ST. NW 
NW 


more ‘rooms 

full basement 
letely redecorated 
‘De ace. Monthly pay- 


"FOR BETTER HOUSING. CALL 
INVESTMENT CO 
Li 3.5305 Li. 3-5307 


COL., $100 per mo. 


conse 


Upper northwest 
hed brici 


7th s ae. “Cell TA. 


ol 
+4 2% miles 
te home 


COLORED —SEVERA L oes POR 
NO MONEY DOWN 

good credit 

nice section. Al 

"Call "TA 9-6800 


~ 


7-200, 


:. 
schoo 


On -OPEN By ier I to 6 


AR ARAVTE. a 
1Ont4 RENFREW RD 


LOB AREA 


Mr 


my 
expans! ble 


ae 
to Forest Cilen Ra 
Renfrew. right to 10014 
WOODSIDE PARK 
9204 SUMMIT RD 
New de luxe spilt level 


24-{t. famiiy fr 
mises heart h fl irep! 


pict 


| (Mrs 
left 1 Bleck te Summit. right 


to 92046 
202 WOODMOOR DR. 


Brick home -« -¥ 


bedrms ” space 


eee 


left to. y 


OPEN 2 ‘TO 7 
Woodmoor Agency, 
Real 


7 


Inc 


ooded ‘s " eere avail 
neighborhood swimmitie club 
rms.. screen porch. oicture win- 
near cariine and Ce ary 
1 Take over 4% rigege if 
desired $19.750 By owner. 203 E 


BETHESDA AR A 
SALE BY_OWNER 


fee 
ork : 
tree-lined dead- end street. ‘Beaut 
fully landsca 7Tax164 
with many tress Lee ‘rossseed cy- 
prese-Gaasies entrance; wide cen- 
r hall: ice. distinctively Contemee 
fivine-dinins ‘3 po 


beginning of Kensing 
Knowles ave. (Rt 
to 107 wick 


° 
supervised commun 
tractive fireplaces. 
room. the other 
recreation 

inine room with folding 
00 handsomely 


INC yr. 2 -4400 


—Wa ac 
4-bedrm 2-bath nome in dead 
end. woodland setting VA ap 
proved —— cash wit $ jpesme of 
$4 wired. Open -6 


OPEN 210 7 


107 45 T 
Delightful bungalow with 3 bed- 
full bas sement garace. C ose 
and ‘arnsportation 
* Out Wisconsin Ave 
to Leland Sst vie ht 2 bilecks to 
45th. left to hom 
919 RYL AND: DR 
mr 3-be 1? 
with full davitent 
in yn —_. 
d Groraetown 


3 -bath 
base- 
= 4 


yeh rm! 


ca 

ment 
ut "Ra 

to Relend. reat 


57038 CG srwooR RD 
~~ Colonia! with 
rage on shaded 
ir Out Oo 
te Gien wood. 


jJeorgetown left 
t - 


Bradley Bivd. 


| Distimctive split level with 4 bed- 
bath 


og, Smene ove ne 
th. 


"ZAG AMI 


ae 


ATTENT.—VETS 
Facing Park in D. C. 
11 Anacostia Ave. N.E. 

GI FINANCING 


new 6-RM. SEMIDETACHED 
for eT 
Close to trans —we | 


} -' 
' modern eq esd’ Ehehen. 
sized drooms., ceramic tie 5000 C 


REALTORS 
R 


“ ‘2 
MYRON DAVY 
COLORED GI ANACOSTI 


Ab Sak Sal") Bm YE 
By RET ea ee 
, COLORED 
GET THEM WHILE 
THEY ARE HOT 
$495 DOWN 


rms 
Dsmt . 
; nen 


"2831 “Myrtle Ay , a NE. 


ARK 
newly decorated 
ached home in 


room 
< 


S a kitchen. 
On sree 


A. V. PISANI 
altors OL. 4-7500 


BETHESDA — 
Wisconsin & Leland 
OPEN—-$2! 500—OPEN 


E 
ave. inte heseda 
=n a Hy tern 


TER a ian a 
Wisconsin 
Leland a 
te our 


a, 


SHANNON & CUCHS'C CO 


KE. 7 
“4 Hills 


OETHESO A ~Bradi 


OPEN 
GI appraised be 20s Paste brick 
Colonial on level. shady 
rm 


rec. 
on Bradiey bira. 
+ ~ _ vergen 3. left 


P 
B Hi SDA 
Ke mriperos AVE 
2-6 


andsome ps > vw close to 
j an 
2 baths 2nd. Pull 
buiit- tn earase 8: $24. cw and 
rms 6585. 


2498 
WOODWARD & NORRIS 


OPEN SUN., 2 TO 5:30 
7813 CUSTER RD. 


Wisc 
DE. 2.1137, 


4 


Siontgomery County 


. CROSS a PERRY, ire 


Pa. 


is TC 


BROOKDALE 
4635 RIVER RD 
OPEN SUN., 2 TO 6 


BETHESDA 
$26,950 
NEW SPLIT-LEVEL 
PEN | Tit 7 
9310 MILROY PLACE 


John R ery wr & Co. 

Rea! CO. 5-1130. eve. DU 

CARROLL KNOLLS 
2504 EVANS DR 


3-bedrm to schools 


tor 


rambier. con’ 
HURIAUX 
OL. 4-6164 OL. 4-3348 
CHEVY CHASE VILLAGE 
$27,500 
SHEPHERD ST 


Immaculate brick home 
2 baths 


Realtors ol 


2-009 
BETHESDA AREA 
OPEN FROM 1 TO 6 

New Brick Ramblers—$17,910 


center-hall 
5-ft 


3511 
OPEN 1-7 


Drick rambiers on 
and no trafic 


HA an 
nancing Close 


and 
DIRECTIONS Out 
miles north Nay 


‘to schools 


NELSON. HUGHES” 
CHEVY CHASE 


MEADOWBROOK 
2808 BLAINE DRIVE 


Wis ave 


S*\llwater e Ww 
COLONIAL ‘INVESTMENT CO 
ia RE 7-44650 


wit ‘Sy Qe 
extra bath in 
ovelicst of | 
ommu 

and 


garece. utility room 
oemt. On f the | 
Near Jewish 
ite scl 1008 


BETHESDA 


THE FORESTER 
IN MAPLEWOOD ESTATES 


4 BEORMS., 2% 
$24,990 


CONVENTIONAL 18ST TRUST 
OPEN SUN., 11 ‘TIL DARK 


DAILY. NOON TIL 
Recreation room. | 

l-elec Kitchen wit 
tadie space. Excellent loce.- 
© yr ge 


7-6830 


BATHS ‘til 6 


| 

| biz vond 
Creek Park on penton brecs 
" Siz 


4% 
o aang and 


ae 
Lane 
afve Eetine 


Thomas. J Fisher & Co. 
DARK 
COLESVILLE 


15111 COLESVILLE ROD, 
OPEN SUN., 2-7 


Beautiful 


to 502 
BETHESDA REALTY CO. 
OL 
{Or OL. 32-0613 “Nous Tul Dark) 


1720 Eve 8t. NW. ST. 3.2963 


tay SUN 2TO6 

S110 AVE 
covey 
xi 


WERY. JU 9-5408 


CHEVY CHASE REALTY CO 


OFFERS 6 REAL VALUES FOR YouR INSPECTION 


All Open 2 to 7 Sunday 


CHEVY CHASE, D. C. 


Por quiet sedate living in solid colonial brick 
baths. 2 car marrage. and large 
Tennyson st.. NW. Reduced to .s27 
DIRECTIONS: Fast on Western ave. 
to house and open sign 


3 bedrooms. 2 
screened porch Visit 3314 
500 


then right on Tennyson 


Chevy Chase, D.C. 
3103 OLIVER ST. N.W. 


potomnd colonial red brick with siete reof: beautiful 


— room. fireplace Recrea- 
. DIRECTIONS: Out Conn. ave. to Nebre 
and left to house ska ave. right to Oliver 


9721 CONN. AVE. 


shed room in attic. 


extra large 
Awe! & ; . ree living room overlooking 
n nine i e. s 
“seo room. breezeway, 3 i = bearme, 9 } 7 baths “a 
ree recreation room vith Tireplone } 
considerabiy below reproduction — 
DIRECTIONS: Drive straight cut Conn. ave. te #731 


American University Park 


4930 WESTERN AVE.—$18 500 


4 bedrooms and beth 6 floor. Large living room. dining room, 
modern kitchen. Powder room and largs porch on first floor. 
An older tyne home which has been completely redecorated 
DIRECTIONS: Out Mass ave. right at Westmoreland circle 
on Western to our sign. OR out Wisc. te Western and left te 
open sign et 4930 


2759 WOODLEY PL. N.W. 


In this very desirable and convenient neighborhood we offer 
4 bedrooms. 2 batha om 3nd floor: first fleor den and bath Rec- 
reatign room or a@artment with beth in basement. Built-in 
far tés gas hot-water heat 20-ft. house with frent serch. 


DIRECTIONS: Out Conn. ave te Woodley rd. and richt one 
block te Woodley Place. left te house 


Kensington-Silver Spring 
2512 JENNINGS RD. 


kitchen, fireplace. gas heat. 
Kensington and 


Sh Rak 


Way and right one bleck te 


CHEVY CHASE REALTY CO. 
'3333 Conn. Ave. N.W. 


A 


EM. 3-1800 


a-bedrm. WHEATON, GLENMONT 
im) OPEN SUN., | TO 7 
$! 3,950 
15x12 


3-bedrm brick rambler: 
porch An ’ 


ew ay EST ~ 
Cod, ful 


a 
oO 


scr 


7 
= 


5858 Eves... 


SETHESBA REALTY CO. 


MASS. AVE 
OL 4- 1415 


—~BETHESDA AREA 
MOVE 
BEFORE SCHOOL 


THESE NEW 
LAIN 


| Woodhill 


VER SPRING. MD 


Immediate 
Occupancy 


, BER OOe 
FUL pt TG BASEMENT 


$14 ri deo $16,700 


No Down Payment 
30-YEAR LOAN 


No Cash! ! 


Move Right In 
1 to 7 


IN 
OPENS 


ALL <>" ARS 
IT ISTAN 
MON 


TY SCHOOLS 


OW DOWN 
You ~ MAY ASS| 
ALREADY 
Ew HOMES 


OME RY 


PAYMEN re 


MP HE LOANS 
PLACED ON THESE 


MASS. AVE. EXTENDED 3 Pls 


L DA 
106 MASS. AVE rT 
i7 3 AMORE RD 
DA: Gl APPROVED 
PAX Rf 

PI 
—692% WILSON LANE 


OPEN | ‘TIL DARK’ 


JOSEPH KINGSKY 
er Informatio 
OL. 4-5574 


~ 


(5! 


Open Daily, 


rive out Gea ave 
ipring to Viers Mili 
e just 1 mile past 
on ieft 


PAINT BRANCH FARMS 
LIKE PICNIC? 


Have yours orivate on 


¥ 


VER SPRIYGO 
nad Rad 
OWNER 


POTOMAC. MD. 


TILL DARK SUN 


w CODMOOE _ARE i—_5 


arase 
Tr . 
rT 
; 
> 


> 
rex 
7 
> 


rae 


os 
ire 
acres 


if over 
eat . 


bed 


b app 
9- 6893 


4321 Tockesnan St. 
UNIVERSITY PARK. MD. 
OPEN SUNDAY 
10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
"ROCK CREEK FOREST meses Of © Were. veey Seen Beas 
2720 BLAINE DR 
Open Sunday, 2 to 6 


d a 5s ana ‘out 
Lac .usive 
JAMES 1 DIAON & CO 
PORE 3 ST. 3-7200 
OPEN 1 TO 6 


PATTON Dk.. -bedrm.. 
full baths 2 


se ede | 
*'« 


Inc. 


5.02 


; nt left to 
Walker & Dunlop, 
1299 15th St NW. CO 

SILVER SPRING 

Adjacent to Indian Springs 


$16,500 
403 LEIGHTON 
OPEN BUN. 12 


Is a 


‘ef tl 

BREN aa 
le a GO OUT 

Creek Pirkway fA ( 

» 407 and ope 


| GEO.” W. ROBERTSON. 
TL VER SPRING 


OPEN 1 TO 7 
white brick Colonia! 


4 + 


SAMUEL E. BOGLEY 
"OF Md. Inc.—OL. 6-7800 
OPEN SUN., I-7 P.M. 


$250 CASH 


H 
Immaculate 


Beautiful 
laree 


-d 
with To. Navel 
min 
Lovely 

“ew ce CO DRE. TIONS: 

(8487 AN .. Ss. & JU. §-8900 

SILVER SPRING—WIl) trade aint 

Normandy dr. Assume lge Gt k 


left to 6703 


Montauk 
OPEN 


BETHESDA HOSP. AREA 


18.950 
WN PAYMENT. 
ONE TRUST. Charm- 
#™rance -bedr oom 
Living 


Low 
— : 
nter 


rick colonial 


“OPEN AT 


ace trees 


& "SUN. 


tower over this spe- 
. at wr rambler: 
uu. 2-¢ garage 

r oan 
Cet tae pemnes that Hfone 
urnt 


Ea Se ight slarrington r. to 
" “OWNER 


3 
room wit 
n RY m 
Tiled , sate 
levely fenced c7ox1 20h ore, 
Ww ase eres ight 
ne. J 
ma to mr 


"BERENS JR. CO. 
2-7800 


section 


BAL- 


LOVELY 4-BEDRM, 
BRICK CAPE COD 


This ly decorated hom 
floors refin! shed. 2 full batha, 
cort 

Day: == 

ent 
Ase —~\. 


OPEN 1 TO 6 


DIREC TIONS: Out Colesville Roa 
] a 


THIS IS YOUR FARM 
OPEN 1-6 TODAY 


Custom-bullt, all-brick home on 
Ll‘ acres 9 lovely lev re} eroune 
Center hae lan 23- ing 
room with SS ateeae fireviace “book 


block lore 10600 ym Mon 
our OPEN sig 


AHA M & CO. 


5-6010 al 8-222 


mee 


710 Orchard Wary and 


” CRATTAM & CO 


5-6010. Eves JU 


By baad ges 


86-2223 
ROSEMARY SCHOOL AREA 
71958 FULTON 8ST at 2 
3-bedrm pref erred br 

street. $19,250 OFFERS 


HURIAUX — 
4-3348 


SILVER SPRING 
OPEN 1 TO DARK 


,ot 
bedr ms 


x ' 
F 
DIRECTIONS Out 


Cc rm 
m gure ace 
OL 


x > ttt 
NEW BRICK RAMBLER 
ROSEMONT—-$3 1 500 

SAT. AND sUWN 


‘ideal home for en 1p! oyees 
new 


to Srenewe ave 
liga ARC OL A AVE 
well Built brick ramb! er fea- 
iv 


Only ave. right 
and ‘shopping® GEORGE W. BAUSERMAN 
all. JU. 9-5444 

BEAUTIFUL 
WOODSIDE PARK 


OPEN.! to 6 TODAY 


> With 
situated 


an fove 
; for the la are 
Deen trans 


een 

open sien 

KETTLER BROS. INC 
7321 Wis. Ave N.W 


OPEN SUN. 2 TO 6&- 


34400 
Carroll 


HAM 


d 
| Roberts HA 1U. 8-6010 Eves. JU 


A RARE BARGAIN INDEED! 
De Luxe Quality Home in Quality Area 
Drastically Reduced for Quick Sale 
7401 PINEHURST PARKWAY 
Open 12 ‘Til Dark 
AIR CONDITIONED THROUGHOUT 
Ready For Immediate Occupancy 


Only 1 Block from Rock Creek Park. and huge play area. and 
2 biecks from Rollingweod Elementary GSchool—this new split- 
level rambler combines everything the designer coul 

it to make you happy Extra large living room wit 

hearth fireplace. 3 bedrooms. den ior 4th bedroom or maid's 
room). 3 baths. large jalousied panelled rec. room. 2-car garage, 
full basement. large patio off living room. full-size dining 
room PLUS dining area in DE LUXE kitchen which has separate 
13.4 cu. ft. freeger 


ONLY $39,950 WITH ATTRACTIVE FINANCING 


DIRECTIONS: Beach Drive from Bast-West Highway. right on 
Pinehurst Parkway. bear right to house—or—Western Ave. from 
Chevy Chase Circle to Pinehurst Parkway. left 2 blocks. bear 
right to house 


KAMET CONSTRUCTION CO. 
EM. 3-4930, Day or Evening 


ai. 
Bit 
lot 


basement 


helsedere. SHANNON & LUCHS 


BLESSED SACRAMENT 


-6 
rop. Quiet 
‘CONSID- 


NEAR SLIGO PARK—Lovely Cape 
Cc | wood 


Lee 


to Sligo Creek Park- 
right 


ra mm ust sell 
Oy 


High and driv . and our OPEN 8! sn 


CRESTVIEW 
WESTERN AVE. AREA 
$18,950-—OPEN 


Pretty Cape Cod brick home in 6 


, 


o 
lasee Gi loom 


x Western ie. Reriston ar.. 


CO. 


¥ 5000 Conn. Ave. N.W. -1809 


9213 Midwood Rd. 


IEST BLOCK IN WOOD. 
PARK Three-bedroom. twae- 
ck Colonial with arce@i-q- 
cherm 


a 


VELI 
SIDE 
ba 
tec eoal 
porch 

vard am ple 

condition. VACA? 

settlement ! 

e. Asking on! y * 4.950 Your in- 
——— invit ed 


cal 
aR 6-68: 6 weckdase 


“OPEN SUNDAY, 1-6 
Directions: Out Georg) a Avenue § 
| blocks beyond Cole esville interesee- 
ition to Highland Driv rieht 

three blocks te Midwood. left te 
open #s160 


BRADLEY HILLS AREA 


6110 


7 


room 
car attached earace 
4 nanci ne. Other than o 


oe 

call Hr. Kavookia! EM 
weekdays 9 til &. Db 
1-6 


OPEN SUNDAY, 
Directions: Out Bradlew Bivd. 2% 
miles to Ridcee Ra rent te our 
open sian at Valley Read 


OUR LADY OF 
ye PARISH 


Lear Ag ROAD - 


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new house 
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Le RM, 9 till 5. DL. 77-6830 


| OPEN SUNDAY, 1-6 


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| BLESSED SACRAMENT 
PARISH 


6522 WESTERN AVENUE. CuEY 
Hise. YLAND 


one biock 


tion for the professional man an 
family 


WILDWOOD MANOR 


OPENING NEW SECTION 
IN SUBURBAN BETHESDA 


Contemporary Split Level Entrance With 3 or 4 bedrooms and 2% 
or 3 baths. Beautiful light Kitchen. fully equipped by Hotpoint. 
with wall oven. counter top range, disposel, refrigerater and dCish- 
washer. GE air wall heating edaptable for sir 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 Wise. Ave. te Bank of Bethesda, left on Ol4 
Ovo Rd. 3% miles te entrance ef Wildwood Manor; turn 
right and follow signs om Grosvenor Lane te Matherieigh Dr. and 
Sample House. 


BUILT BY 
GRIFFITH CONSTRUCTION CO. 


OL. 4- rer. 


OL. 6-4540 


| — SILVER SPRING. WD 
HOME & INCOME wo woser Down 
ATTENTION, DOCTORS 


rm 
ture ‘windows. 
aces. ™ m elec 


ot ag Grand view 

CRAVER REALTY Gert jor, 

SOMERSET 

 ~ DORSET AVE 

uced. Beautiful recond 
th. fini 


$17,750 


This is an offer you cannot match today. These quality-built, 


NO MONEY DOWN! 


DAN OSTROW 


“These last 6 houses Must Go” 


NO MONEY DOWN 


(To qualified Vets) 


$17,750. 
split- 


level homes contain: 3 and 4 bedrooms, 1 V2 and 22 baths, built-in 


eye-level ovens, finished recreation 
many other extras which are too numerous to mention. Beautiful 
level lots close to schools and transportation. We are ready to 
make excellent deals on these homes. 


Sat 
WILLIAM J DAY a 


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car garace. refined Beighborhood. 
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some with basements) and 


These homes are ready for immediate occupancy. Move in before 


~ oe ave. to Weils- 
‘WOODACRES 

'6305 MASSACHUSETTS AVE. 

OPEN su N, 2-6 | 


FHA home buyers. 
DIRECTIONS: OUT 


the school term starts. 
Excellent financing with a low down payment in conventional and 


ne AVE. TO 13224 GEORGIA AVE. 
ND OUR OPEN HOMES 


bee DAILY, 9 AM. TO 9 PM. 


GREENWOOD KNOLLS REALTY CO. 


priced 212 the 


ver 
‘or 4 Your Mpg? 


new rs. call 5 
ull 6 


B 
3°6790. eckdays Basin 
EN SUNDAY, 1-6 


Directions; on" foanee te - 
en gay to ;fie Siete Ss 
THOMAS J. FISHER 

AND COMPANY 


| 738 15th St. NW. DT. 7-680 
Maryweather 
Homes 


BEST BUY IN 
MONTGOMERY CTY, 
| _ FABULOUS NEW 
| SPLIT-LEVEL HOMES 


a 


‘ONLY $350 DOWN VA 


TO QUALIFIED VETERANS 


RNISHED 
OME A 


1022 BALTIMORE RD. 
ROCKVILLE, MD. 
|OPEN SUN., 12-7 


ONS: Drive out 
on 


en premises. 
| PREDERICK W. BERENS 
‘SALES, INC. JU. 7-7700 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD.| SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES onl SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67 MD.| SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES H Di 


MARYLAN MARYLAND ) MA MARYLAND MARYLAND | ae Te ee iRGINIA Sunday, August 12, 1956 Dp 


Montgomery Count Montgomery County | Montgomery County Prince Georges County Prince Georges C Prince G ~ ALEXANDRIA rr SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. | 
CHARM | COTTAGE CITY \ padieat heat, “Zineed in porch with! $ 0 a OFF RUSSELL RD. VIRGINIA 4 ] 5, 000 


TAO ; | firep!., fully equipped kit.. fenced New 3-bedrm. brick rambler tn 
ter ctions, Only 4 yrs 
MON MERY COUNTY | Stadio living room. fireplace, full ust listed this a ty 2 pedrm, | in fot, 13, Cc i a a Rosecroft Pk. 1% baths he ae - fam aculate condition ARL. FOREST | Sunday 
pandable tt! } * J z brick; 2 rms.. bsmt.; fenced; ore-loves oven: large brick front with patio and inclosed summer janis) ith lge . io ti 
Ca h. hot-water heat 4 ) oll =| faeth cond. “ Ontitt 1-87 | porch overlooking Hensen Valley.| house, Custom styled construc-| formal-sised dining tm. ircuiation 
"ROCKVILLE ) . beautiful landscaped cor-| eat. ni lev | lot with «4 LLE — $10. | Pull bemt. with wine cellar. This tion. convenient! locate U kit: rec. tm ha ; pe 4 
nf | 2 t. Best residential area) 4.4 earag i ' rl , corner semidetached| home must be seen to be appre- APPROV ED AT $17,050! Address + AR beautiful eans quicker sales results 
SWELL BUY. FO Close-in Siiver Spring. Convenient) ¢his pric o wont say no, | posite beautiful 6) ciated cannot be given over phone. Glad~| dering park. gives you seciusion;| ™ q ’ 
>a fl LY WitH § A hj ; p : ' to everything. If you are interested so don’t he ¥° te | Park. Five spacious rms.. heat OXON HILL REALTY CO. ly shown by appt. red ~# — $18.500 for Washington Post and 
* renitect $ Prize: 1s ferent, piense, call. to inapect | on ae bes et s600 Livingston Rd. && | FE. Malcolm, JA. 7- 3024 Times Herald clasified ad- 
eC, ico WEST HYATTSVILLE Pr See Ag 13s00___1_7-3601 | HEAVENLY BS Kas nai Eh Big age cong oncalls 
rer yeti or reste | THOMPSON CO. Ih Rs ts 4) vertisers. To, place 
ey Ae . . 2. -4090_ a” is @ @ aes for you immed 2-y ' ar 2 Bue \%-acre of lovely grounds. . Orr WI for Sunday. 
e. All-brick ; m i. se riced low t 811.950 sae midet. b : Ancho 08 hom ust ea! Sie rick rambler offers screened| “Tt, St mn edrms. 50 ths, | Ph, 
n one 


nom y pues See Gere beau low dow! payment ts ce yard $14,250 oor or oe a m. t | porch and deta ached 
Pa FT ; ' : a : 7 , . : { ssum oe : ’ ’ . : . a. wove 
: large | m: beautiful i ZZ . insu r WA. 7.2049 wei ecg nook, screened porches, freplace wet alactrie Kitchen . : ' . 

Entertainment-sised livin ; reundis try and | , irm early-comp! ar : bemt. and a magnificent view: just clude io h easy access 4.2: 2 ! oes RE ublic 7.1234 

m with reception hai Moun iso 8m ottag ti t le now, dar ait we at toon en-| 5 min. north of Langley Park; re-| ;, a. Shirley hwy ARLINGTON Pp 

rance  family-sised din- nd siek mplete! “St lo Guced to $16.950 for quick sale.) 917.950. GI contracts accepted! 

ro brand-new & i how: ‘garage: clos c nehor-fenced | and alu ~* , INCHAM & CO. UN, “ae -6383. Sa Pa ae Service personne! look! for $$ $$$ 

a teed Weare’ "7 $23,000 Hickman-Cushman, 1 mi| num stort ing 4 iGE , | C08 as 7 investi ate SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 
igriet ance, tk | Gato Mac op ees | to as werd T.| $1000 DOWN_ | fit eige"Pedeath an 

: *s recreation , : ,- 7771444 Fost +> : 
oe ation rom Mr man, Gh, AP PENTION-VETH_OW NGE-VETS NO DN. PYMT, | sau, "Stns Os a VIRGINIA 


eplace and powder Be, a a ; 

tae 4 0 :, IN] | | To Sake PERSONNEL ON ; mili- 

ached garage UNIVERSITY PARK , bedrooms and den tna Cute contem porary ja! a. rvic 1d L per mo. FALLS CHU mn ee ” need 
~ _ on- vet eran: } sii dow 

or 4 


If you n r + 
Everything for modern | | ne) -bedroor ft. liv. rm. sep. din rm. atts nice] ranged with 2 ; hp per mo. Call KI. 8-8600 
g and conven! Abso- pleas Colonial for | Kit.. {ull Demt.. screened porch, big) at & AD- ioe and pict 1 
' . ' throug! 0 to everrthnin t! : ft 
e , nt " se \ . and Bolling Air Force , V. L. Marcum Realty 


riced 
eonee GROROE ES PROPERTIES, AP. ba overiookineg 
| ASSUME_ GI —| OXON HILL REALTY co equipped pees int AURORA “WILLS—8y owner Ba. Oi Ton: 

— 1 _BRIC x ; on ie . towel le 55 5 a tl AD. S 7 recs Pull rice on) y S15 250 r+ © cottage ch essen bY 3 suc cessive LEA! 


by qt if bemt the 196 
L MR qnonor 'BHILLITO Anyone assume OG! rd is sbundant it) i aot : ! LO : pi for ind 
FR EDERIC CK W BEREN cauee amd parments ine a mowers Gnd snrusvery aay entree, Gaeee. Oe pin, an an OE ER Bete chs rm i tee dee Tee Gen NYON. VILLAGE 
- eRENS lo k modernistie hot ATTSVILLE RiNCE Oi <a. SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. ARLINGTON din. rm, fully paneled rec’ rm) OWNER TRANSFERED 


sTLVER arnrvtc— : -— SALES. ING utiful Lan , ~ ke be AP 3 E 74. CLORG ES PROPERT! : Sc 9! " 
. rr pati t 7 ¥ —_—_ . Just 2 fro pins ' n peer” on: “7 ra A E L CO. 242 Ay aa : 
fast -—. oaneled ft Cer sit hon adm oe BLOG n ok ; "all I 1*s-story home that is planned Gi RAMBLER VIRGINIA R A Ty 425 has priced 
nal . 5 gt ; mm 4.72 for pleasurable living tn rn ALEXANDRIA ‘AREA—11000 below ‘ison Bly 7-93 ; bed: brick 
oft : 2 ' REL -_ low price © 1. onis DOWN NR. CLINTON or. 3 be and den in beau- x . aN 705 {for «ay 
LVE “SPRING 1. 2-betl NA gy + RT te My __ bl | Branch ave Ras tl . RL ee OLD PORT § TION 
crm and b r? cs den: tal aeel . . 4 al o ; a townhouse featurin a 
. with gas - heat; nt lau lin't beat this. So how ; plus separete Oi ™ neighbdort ood min . af . ke this vsee- 
Prince Georges County detached garage i \ : ver , © Decrms.._¢ salt voir; $21,950: 30-vear GT fnancu: ciaLy desirable. IMMEDIATE 
Senne c pr 7) 2 AT al \LT¥Y CO ningte : oe. wren” 625.500 ose on . " hah y LICARI REAL 1ON “ 
basement a ADELPHI-C ALIFORNIA RAMBLER. THE PERRY BOS WELL CO. ST. 37368 net hood. Oniy $1 € O, ahd , 1s day or hich! i JA. 4-1300 
a ~~ : at he ther terme ' jae had eme nH moder e nm “ 4800 s -_ ms _ = . r nv +i ’ ting . a BO, AY 4 } ” eT . 
fii ven SPRING be other easy. terms.) i'l oe ree. fi ‘el A. 17-4500—REALTORS 7950; $500 eo ahs bedrm. home.) Ga Kar TE 4.5676 ea ‘Wi DE. 3-070 8-8348 —K} M. T. Brovhill & Sons 
Seautifal lot; 9 E. Prat . Sloe or Pu teins. PRL = GEORGES ~ [I|T REST HEIGHTS | ihez.. PRINCE 7 OSL INC Kl 8- _ “Tor military.” Very BRADDOCK ‘HEIGHTS 
r RET ee -BATH RAMBLER ROPERTI - 77 4 LC 3 on ROES “REALTY co.. Ul “| semide ast , = ice Fok MYER, ELV ) i -— 
; 7 ) Aet nous : ar. Pretty 5 Colo-| } ondit ' . om ‘ 
—_ ——- h . Wel * n . : Ps 


} $149 
Ds bedrms. 6b rambier. large _i WA. 77-6655. _ 


gs hy ips a a Oe te oe a ne ramb caree i {=| ®quip. Kit, garage. 816.0 BY OWNER—Mas onrs was 

AS, Bercs ee pen si. - roome b hea in bedrms $550. down, 

ott Fae ,| HY, rap dis (iroh Rit’) ma ue large 4% Joan pas-| IRVIN C. MURRAY JR. | immed. ‘poss. “Open “til 6, 9635 
é, . “ene > eer . £271.95 - ‘ 52nd ave.. College Park. r] 
ovne ; ’ A ecT fow e y y LO 1434 aii oh) . . he “ > asonry 8. - 2 or Jz? : 0 ¥ — 
a Ht LLC CREST “HEIGHT S—Immediate, Slory CUzs this s-becnn. meegaty ALEXANDRYA PROPERTINS ras _- mex and ins SILia@& REAL 

LUENTOWN aD rooms: 1 ite a Tick HOMes.| | rs ip, Ri le Pull bam! CHAUNCEY RP Sonne TREES TATE. JA. 68-2500 

re ? a mo ey " a . : . : . - “27 - - — . -—— 
eal? ‘ ’ ; \ ' - ~ Ki $2 z om-bullt mb] excel cond VERNON | _BLYD Hol 


a bos ann. . froor het} room $75 o ash Call ti] On @ WA ATE? RE — : Bes corner } ail > a ~~ ; . = 
¢ ‘ LTO pasay Lovely bri ‘a fA $460. fos (00. ROBERT 8. DAVIS -& CO bed : at, “sii. iv. om. Grepl. see. din. rm") d-bedea iad anne 
BI FAMILY? ns arn - niet ubd! ‘stor E» Th da‘e ‘ot autifyl Larae level a4) - ' : with breakfast noox ; 1 Wor at Washe 
00d) st } J lana ifully ileandscaped. Waik 2] bedr nur 4 het ; * storm wit - ar fy 
Aagh? -sa0 Meese sabe ra Rin hee) Spearman pace Wot" Boreas! EXTRAS—PARKLAWN | (oh beaniigiy, jancecapee,, Wel AND YET P podimt huts ‘ane Qelk) Stor ote winlontar woth 
Lovely nedroom 2 levell P A tg eG ne P-* _ te 3¢ WEST HYATTSVILLE—1703 Ava- ASSOCIATED BROKERS on) commun!t OI ap 
¢ ni . " Ain. ; : : és ii : sata : ) , Aes - . . ™ 
Tee | ‘pal La all Gath 00; subject to VA apprais: pi from the large porches. Call Ju.) (%.. >. — Leamdscaped, s-sedrn.. | "BRICK RAMBLER ner_ BO. 9-23 at 
Wik Fy ec G08n, $61.10 oe }- UM REAL ESTATE. tras’ 31x90 f1 hee ge * ALEXANDRIA aes N. ARL.—3-bedrm. brick rambler 
ten pat ens “ a ~- ee -bearm ul wning, washe! fence $950 DOWN r conv has | rm with rm + ion st. Finished 
; neigh hood and im ' Demt. home; $250 dr sum loot _ r ° ’ - *\ rn financ ne ‘ 
n ° d da Dp. at an ($1300 und DI mij equir nd lawn fur- $69.50 PER MO -bed bric / a 3 a | — 
OR, wr — pGom | strses| piture iv $1500 dn. Full price.| INULUDES TAXES os INSURANCE e attract! gcrocm,, of fini ise. rm. fenced "NORTH AR 
ne , ° 4 400-ft leer : * on 4 at : ICTOR : : - to all con- - RLINGT N- 
Aue as Se T lot 2 peved reet ¢ dt hfPe 7-801 : “Ox , a sag 30 nk 38 = Brick he r+ nouse, nving ; ier includin By peeses to| z. A eood buy at 813.000 . 4 O 
, $0 dn ‘1 59 2 prince ATT LLE ovely 6-'m hom ——" : Ty. dr dD. C nd yet it ip Fi enou $ 950 
RAMBLER int. close to downtown. A bargain!) bsn firepl.. « , ear., b.-w. h. Owner ~ DOWN ted hat Up: it veement, V ne: away to offer ail of the pleasure 4 
PAINT BRANCH FARMS -= t DICKEY oi P. L23. : ds. oo 8 Gu residential area. Lo-' ¢: 1yon 11] th : 1 convenient location 
. _- oon pe! F iv -bedr1 hor fenced-in doors. nclos screened Or hail acre 10 °-| cellent bri: mi! liv. rm.| U lovely 3-bedroom ra«bier 
3 0 sive bedrn 2 bat th den low. Dinine ; code i: \ge picture window overlook- ? qn public and ove ‘¥~) Gin ; it min D. © Picture window 
: 4 . sonal . ’ 1) . ’ 
of Menteomery ; m. pa chi hoo! ll price only rR ; 
iDburde! Shop- KI. 8-1868 8’ ‘Tu 9 , 7m i on this ‘enced jot: | ru 
i nce er hi cl pe oe. Ow er wil sell on excellent 


nd dus. All urilftie D1 = 
BEL RAY 5.000. term pe arrangs Artax Realty, JE. 4-4900 


NBov | or cor $555 LIVINGSTO! 
Ne - WITS ~ Colonis I 71-3600, LO. 1-260) D Y Brick bier ‘ : level A 43 


| 55 DOWN "mor oe $9950 The M H BARRY’ Org. . int” cs pl. sep, din. SPRINGFIELD—White brick ram 


: eps : 
renting “$a08 44t h 


® a rm il : rno - , : bedrims. caTport, 
> $28 " : lace in | rm bed | . 2- ber Yr. wR LING ot me R Ads, m Aye. A} _— Va ath L @ry »b rec : tor } stove. retrigerster, 
* . , ek n? : : ' : . : . 
OR ARAM & co. Jv , ahi ' ‘ 2. : 4-601 od omi own freeway n os mi ; i “THE OLD Rr TABLE a~ FFICE Pie, : 3 ~ AQ. hold. " wey i. -—- 
BR, 3, 4 — mm te 2-| BW Hy < 0445 | rmes. kitchen and bath up. Bemt “KLEX SHIRLEY HWY A. real " $19.500: excel O17 
ndos d . n ma ulDDed ZBrae 7 EVE es 3 . — wih o Letian terms 6-1415 BPRINGPIELD. VA. 


RINE 1 dae 8750 dow ' pietu lin. rm qui i . 
Unig Jo A BEAUTE! sllaien, Beonaet, oat, coped fm) Et cool serensed.as back porgh, MutT, AUR Tot, SABE SHED) Bits" ante "Sistemi anf A TOWN NTRY 
Rae fe,_Senend | Gena ting pee 2 Linsey Sempay ees ey gitar” ete taee Ry seer or ist HIDEAWAY OWN & COU E200 
‘ms: tree- | lot. spprecia p. 7-1 °. Hampt i, conetion, Cal of C ven $00 dn | REALTY UNDER GI APPRAISAL 
: : “Tira! | : fewne getters 1.6299 Darments : TE. 6-1415 TL. 9 ses ton bees 0 ee 
OFF SHIRLEY HWY. = Rs i! , 


’ : - r & din a —e oa we ; P ‘B. or 
. ; ie -_ " fy oe ’ ; : ‘ : “ . - . 
, ee - ‘ Wel ty ~ sare er. GE kit Gi8il s5- room brick if co ” 
Only $250 Cash GI | fe *iratig” cov. Mencia turk fos gteargicr Sanh ott Get: fae sl bent ter ‘io ison woe FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED | BROYHILL CREST 
oa, eae oS HE 4. UOH T > 500 : T-v : r 
KENSINGTON | fetttig“cnuttite Sonia wine AMO MEOH EERE gurice ral seg RAIN tO MOT RAYE 70 ma |UCT-WATER BASEBOARD HEAT ASSUME Gl ae ie 
room : rm. Cape Cod with full 4 " Lif ; 7-6655 VETERAN OVER AN ACRE 200x350 , 
2 fe adhe a as Br midetached hom . itv. THIs is A TERRIFIC Buti 1. euaittocnes  3- LYNCH BROS. 
- soit ‘ ete 811 t & 7 el — frat ae S = ad til (OU MAY HAVE A PONY! rch! Complete a ite! 4-7000 aan ves TE. 6 4872 
' ERVIN REALTY “CO WA 7-1 y; Seana BLA E oan , oenio O50 Gas : ‘ Luxur bri ck and Tennessee stone SPRINGFIELD. Va —Brk , a 4 
” RIG MANOR le A A . 
_ RIGGS MANOE $500 down, non j ¢} os DC e Fries. ab "REALTY CO. ' ft. liv. 3 P rt 
t 9 ; ’ 7-3900. R stat 7 li-brik - lg om a . : 515 Wythe &t. Alex Va. — i ye - full walk- lished munity of 1¢¢ _ ~ : 
a sat Is a INC - wil DL. din . wi bedrms.. only 4 x1 Id P } rms as heat, —M1.8-1868 2 til § and 60-f! ec. rm. overlie pe 0 7 ane 5 Fi 
cot AR #ANO < 4 o> rte : nen ref mn ’ } } wa K to j lot with A or ALEXANDRIA voced ‘J ’ rt. . 4 ‘ 4: ’ $25 0 7 ith SPRINGFIFLD 
of 12 GI loan, MRS. Ni NORE! Mt “4- &T_3-3320 EVES. RA. 56-2805 Live Rent Free 40,000 ram! or the extr . . : 2 
enic ganh0, COX & CO... J SACRIFICE SALE n trans- this Ca pod up! ; ' firm price o tM sanati + reat! conv, t med 
Pr t wr ye na lg , Serred, 4 x “tam! y-sine “a : ing-c' r. n rm and cn ' | CONT AC 2 CON: ise + D . ene Al L os pris é . ; ‘2 Bor chester % 
by hes sui . osm / sv* R . . : ; Cue? # a : a = an oe = ———__—— 
standing | \ in +m r 
$ : 350 oS 50, lown. ¢ Joh: carry payment s—-1 Groon n. M T R hill & S$ 
quipment, liv.-di re . oro i ons 
kitchen equipment, iv -din JE. 4-3447 JE. 2-4970 y Sleepy Hollow area 


SETT. incl. RR " r . wal at i $30 ro ra ie -- —_ } a Mri anphewe ensue $680 an GI and no monthiy y- RAMBLER 
; SALE OR RENT zit > — and ty Co. WA. 17-2400 AP. 7-398) $803 skYLixe DRIVE ments. $12,250 - ANNANDALE , 
OREST HEIGHTS—BRICK Te COUNTRY CLUB HILLS 
Springbrook You name the down parmt. for) ong. YEAR. wt 1 BEDROOM Ng sean mR ates eas psy ae ey Town House Special 3 acres on water and sewer: excel-| 7 BEDRMS. —DEN—4 BATHS $27,950 


ue 


F St Immed. possession. Call Mr. Long.| prem f $13,600 ee, "NON- NON-VETERAN q gar, Call Mr. om. bri rn ith “base- § a Ae we A 
ores » 9664" gow ARD R ba With lo oa ; Tr } RE. o $92 7 COR & co mt outs! mete ; on - : a felnghed Gaease, 
Ay 000 


82 , 0. 


wel!-landscaped 
tt : this ) vel 


‘ } of r 
anchor fenced lot ~st price. 821 


ry) — , ae . ETFRA Sa . —~ ww ww 7 ; —- oo | * T "7 t tric T} TRANSFERRED —A most-nes house ing Oniv 811.900 ith $250 ~ n ba ns, loor orm Pe j 1G 
4 bdr dm 3 bath NO RBar. CO. ST._3- “waits aoe SS 8; Cee. Cle 1 wie ,Speneine et con be Se Gl and ‘s70 month | Patrfas Park—S-em. house on 2.7] an ied bate: walk-te cloeees 
- oe ae eal - hg - “ , in res re to hav tu ‘ An aa mai mer n4 bath 
r ARAGE Le _ y 3 ue. Call pt 56 743 as- GLASSMANOR ~ ~ anh emt.: fiacen — ares Low Millionaire Row pot at a ne 7 re nt ! = ; . : ¢ } at “with, tr ree x] n } 
5 & reéas T A’) 4 2 7 HAMPTON : m ; . " : oh ’ 7 «<°% ~od ' . me ‘ ¥ an ,e : J, - : - bes 
a MT OPE 9 1940 37 S 1 banat us. 3 se rly MES CON EY & CO. AP. 71-6293 3 bedrm jon Yl baths at @ » ; isa FRED J "GRORGE, Realtor men nt roort an — shown 
’ ; > ~~ OC ed rvn thnrouvugn pe | 
' #] : se5 m : ’ ; n treets — ce 7 00 aie ane ROBBINS 
“$1000 DOWN . 80 be purchased by non- BUNN LORING AREA REAL ESTATE CORP. 


ment Ts ——7 s) dh. and reasonable mo. pr- ‘ 
EXCLUSIVE nt . mis. On the same street ow yoy es 4 BEDRMS-—2 BATHS | nn 
WOODMOOR RAMBLER) __ sates ‘C DEEON & co = edrms bat TO NON-VETS | Be ee ee BiSibes m. with firepl.. lee. 2 $19,950 Ki. 8-4000__ 
THREE Sey Cae ST. 3-7200 TA. 9$-9642 aes DER ‘ae 4. 7-0) Big besutifu br’ ck fambier wi value ; werkahes r ' - p WAVERLY nk. 4 
baths. f A Sossment. ar A2 G if. — "gt $13 995 Vet $298 eUTr TLAVD “new dat oa . oo storm ¢ ad BAe breesewas: lot 100x200. $13 "380 ny awe n at one pone ; rambler Sun ‘ | OE k 
. nem . To ents 855 per mo : I t th and term Rare Opportunity ‘ —_- 


a 
cor <- 1 tr n 
pine-pane! ed ADK. Us! REALTY CO. JA. 86-8910. 
ga. 


ANNANT DALE oo ie : din 
24-6080 t * ‘Before you Dus ‘ee 


a 
: ” sivis . pe Aut rm. with fi: din. rm. mod| house mus ic nient . h. 
2BROOK Sy eeu ans perace  Cimins 8! puny oman. uipped = ki ily equip kite! rooms. 2 ie ‘nd nd Bolling Al : it. hill =) 7% 2 a 
.K RAME . re 4 ; c 3 fo ' : : nn : ; ss : . ; Li : v : eta - ss ‘7 , wT Q ; 1y7 ry * ; , , 
gee hp Chetan oUF uD pull vesement win culside en- # DAVIS CO. 69 K st ow 55 5 TVING GETON ROAD 8.2. ‘ iced sly $16,300 nd $1 excep- LOW DN. MENT LANGLEY 
‘ “ty Ou ; } 127-3000 onal barasin BEDROOMS 2? RATHS 4 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS 
= YEAR-OL 1} BR sICK RAMEL ER SPARK! i WHITE C 
GI OR NON-GI Watch Your Wife * ei ulate 2 
Abt With . Her eves wil) light up hen she 
sees this Ca iy bedrms > . and bat 
full eauippe itchen te , " ] r ff 
“per — setae ‘ Win Laughlin 
ull decorated Ff Next F tati ’ 
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204 PHILA. AVE. TAK. PK se rms rf 4 : vi ! = ‘Tee. ted Cerin uy es 7... ith 8700 dn _ ( REALTOR 


water ava! ‘» acre ; a um, ‘ co. lot; | 
| 4 BEDRMS., 2 BATHS a4 rs Xow #4 LAL Sonia = : she oo. - oT ” Ae , n payment real bargain. Owner, 
. A - GRTEN MEADOWS—Immac. 3-bed- in sets. Capi- NGALOW 4 
’ : nail 7 ' ase am * tA ( : _ _ nome + Calan ’ arprr 7 7 entent : . " : . BDI ; rr? 1 os «< vr — he ~ ? ® te 
FWINKEOOK PIKRE—Sut_ in ct } excellen ue. Detached ga-| locale Lge. incl i “ or ih. ge-| gard; St seheeee a sib ere opin Bt pee M : _ Ales. brick ; in Village area ‘min. FAIRVIEW 
pring c ° : c : 105 ' ° » cane 4 , ~~ ~~ ' " : ni ' . 
te P vacant and in 00d) wit st_dn payment 813.500 parkway: $10 Ges ict PR er ~ Ua in Beha ™ nN chools: cony. stores, lare $15,930 5 
only $16.350 On full’ price! ERVIN REALTY Co ‘sume 4% J tn bath arate entrances. ige. lot orner lot. fine lawn, many trees 2: pedrm 7 rambler with living! th "2-4733 BOWARDS “REALTY, 
Carroll ave. turn U7 [A 1-034. |“ TOR DICKEY. AP. 7-8080. a-¢ rage, Priced to sell | det, sar. Asking $21,500. Open 1-6) yi, utsi¢ fe entrance. Pront pote, |Uy owen a) of 
house to our OPEN New Branch , Ave : C okers iny >. Oe ae r heat. 184 "to. Co 10 ain Pebtae 
. RESO Tn By owner hed 4 


ite . racniaiiadidl or j nix trees 
ns “wii VILLAGE, : - nhrut yt lot au o. dr 
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5 ACRES. 66 lee. shade ti 1 
er ; ! rubber \ acre ! ; a 
HOM ES con tena! 12.500. CY TEMPLETON KNOLLS der oe aan % a. ein ge Oey oep. attrac ull Ddamt Teqhoh meer 
Jt; Zz stor _semidet comp. furnished: bath owe! conventional fin JA S-6838 . A 221) Eves. CR. 3-15 
m. bri Pul n stifu insulated, circl. of] heat : ; r CHURCH AREA--—$} 6.900 
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riz tain ; ; . JRL —BY ow NER lonial, FALLS 
ics ren er "3 >. 7 20D ish at nei “taile ; en . x! - reems din Brand-new true center-h 
CAPE COD full bem Co ' nf An- wigehe ung maecoain Sn nae FB ey Seuss: om ireplac feened rambier! Tremendous 
prews | at : Bo le corp ; freeze, n envy e , wane i464 @ oe ae il of re sement: f yar bemt.. 3 /se bedrms., bea ~~" «a Le Brie $35 
on ; La. . arse autifully landscap € B16 in ; kit. 24 ity Ja. pte = * thay , 
very desirable ares 147 oie Arlington Di vd 1 extra ra lot 0 : , W. T. Updike. Phone 
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P ter in houses ape Cod eral ; ALN sttie: teh tamt eee +4356 BRICK RAMBLER—Pull bamt.. 20- 
Will t } or 24 mo , “ttl ttl ful . panele - . - 
REAL TY MORTGAG E & is is fi ater Washington. ja'hs. 30-f ~~ r* ain, bi rm.: under eere aise $14. 000 FALLS CHURCH AREA ~ -Spacjous din “ym, Br - si tts piece. bis 
INVESTMENT CO. Phone own L Central 8-313). | rm COMPLETELY : KE 2, a shops | call PLANT ATION 
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N " , e patio and tfte need | : . - ox 
(RA 6.8400 = <q Sus) eit. Anchor-tenc . “These | are just highlights . Vacsnt; living } ec rm. 1 men t RRAUTY,. = 
left on . . . + ; loan $1..600 with i you : : pear al a: dullt-in gars : ue bets. { CUSTOM.- = ~ T — your 
hii not : | Ym Gri . Ma, Corners on Rte ‘ : mile 
lot in 


ave. to OUR OPEN right on SHEE S<T331, I 71-9377 , a. . : 
Zz AM mea Con) e 7s om: AP. 77-6292 ; so GI or Pru T 8? tal screen od Z } } ; N)} pecifications. #¢ : 
. —_ — ee —-F LL ’ : | es REALTY. sk. co. a a Re ~~ Pores: 90 stone to select 

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Very at tract! . . “ar “od ROBERT E LOHR 2 Wil ores on 3 AXDYWINE 5 buyer “ON u! e SSsY OD Cin, A. 2-0 FALLS CHURCH—BY GI : from use Your plan. GEO 
MRS. BROW) = 5508. ARL.. WN. 2s a. year-old brick rambler rms. MASON ‘GREEN CO. JA 4-1400. _ 


Rear 8 - mt Sr has HE. 4-4000 te 9 RM. RA. 6-26 ' M RY] N D iO VACAN 4 4 OWNER, $5: cnt ' ; : 
: rri separa ; xi’ } » , we 2 — ‘estinghouse Re ' : ’ 
S hedrn an irms A A M ES: | i dn. pay’t. only $60 mo: h.. sep. , rep! : ‘ emt it CHOICE V TRO! NIA PROPERTIES 
T bem rent until closing. See_ th! The M. H. BARRY Org. |_slemi,, h. sch. shop ctr. JA. 2-0632 fer. ced ahaded lot. 916.500, Reaiiorspevelopers JA. 86-8200 
(o $-04) 7... : pihiitttadbanrdtea = . 


putas en di : 500. 1] INDIAN SPRING. CLUB eere Cape C ag Dir.: OUt 2203 Mt. vernon Ave.. sex 
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beaut! indian ) rh on ams ar ' : ARLINGTON NO 
im saat i 0 f g fi aie Ok Siarex. els f min, to Pent. coniemporaty) - FALLS CHURCH “6 Hal] 
by £85. Pet en for nspection — NEARY MARYLAND | is ia ccaupiet, Ht: Pullin te tt biusiae, BREET enter-hMa 
000 Call P "Ni mp luminum > j dime b ‘ : « $350 Dn. | RAMBLER—$19,950 


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t House and epoces . acres. al 
e torm windows and awnings: lancd- Gao) LEVE! oom. 
Ko’ oy and with’ be ress. 3 scaped yard; bargain. come see! p , a 1 . 
| House needs, Te 6 6a59 aitle: enaatant maid borhael 3 BEDROOMS, B pened PORCH | 


: OWNER MUST SELL! | TO DAY ri much fee for cash. ALEXANDRIA _— asst 2h, | V-68. Only $91 per mo. | SE ACIOUR  B-vese-oid | 
SS WHEATON se LLS IMMED POSSESSION 2-bedrm j-story. tmmec. home $1980 SewE or 6525 to oe p ing ho eautiful io ty ro : m wi 


all-brk. ram- Extra-size. beautifully jandscaped Semidet. 


lot Prince | Georges County Prince Georges County ard Near schools. Will Gl 
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eg eg HILLCREST HEIGHTS ae 3 MILES TOC. 1. A Pall HARRIS. 

rec mn BRICK RAMBLER Also other homes in nearby Md a19:599 1 MILE TO CHAIN BRIDGE 

hese A+ Cali f furth on. V L ey New center- “hal rambiers— | FREDERICK W. BERENS 
. schools and shopping., One ho ly left this most RE 6-7488 RE 6-5456 LU. 4-0112 2 ie ose Ee. wit SALES, INC., NA. 8-5000 

Pa. ave. rable sec be. i m., ai preakfest 
4 rd. left) rm -elec 3 bedrm: $] ] 400 ALEXANDRIA AREA i 2 

DO YOU WANT | Bt Sen). I weft ollow si tae shops, schools. tran hurch- oF APPROVED ‘enaean 7s n ersi ALLS CHURCI ~ ral financing 
| houses. ul Avior R REALTOR. OS queitty construction. Trades iow down paym nent. exe. terms W a street : wy | low down payment if 
E 6-4400 be nch aye. to non GI. conv College Park. 4-yr.- LO ECTION Lee cc ~ essary 


. . st = _. eee | . Cc : 
A heme is Stives Spring's finest nes CHILLUM | tre ihe light. = s ee 30 tt iy an 3 ff Gi "sla monthly. 411. Dit i \-de-sac a ; 
Occupany ome Se, choc? fontal mene yeeros ae Sf ie. lett to Keating, right By owner, WE. §-6676, b. a if 8 Owner-t Bunider, Jk 2-5046 | tee h to Pals Chu: a 5 ] ? 650 
: appraisa e cond.: 1» baths 4 for : : ert te 
~ ss lity Isen-built construction?) ps5smn. ata Me iabi 5 BEDROOMS — nt to i :m J ; 
Wood Acres Constr. . ' Fine mmun ity? i. Bit porch. ‘walk-out basement. ‘* A. nde’ pe ' COUNTRY CLUB HILLS Pst 108 Sire hmesd - “ $700 DOWN—GI 
OL. 4-3240 Eves. OL. 3-7 ‘eaten é ‘ver ims. Md. Sach’ eee” - DY eae $401 COVERSITY Fin en Sai. S-bedrm. brick home on large <cel | Lae. older home. 7 spacious rms 
i ee COLLEGE PAR a 3 667 Beechwond) 10, “Shown by appointmen 2) opine seat: | Sasaniggnes ss rigs) FALLS CHURCH 
7” sale oT ; - : ; . : | ; 
RB: 8 [hese le ft opposite NOL LLE E PAR rd 2-story, 3- ick a i 
Sull_bemt_ | “ G K syd ter Beet, greeiace,, IRVIN C. MURRAY JR. a Waa at GI APPROVED 


: r le, 7 : Bt 804 AT... BU a ; : 3 : “Le =a 
OPEN DAILY. HOON THES BE 2 Baty s CAPE COD . LO. 77-3434 YEAR Or “ty DANS LEPT . + n nj tive comfort and conven! 
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i wit) be for school — 
ran 0 5-5h82 fe THE ISENS ce Ma wittianw ARE GP. A 75040 ‘Cones Real y Co. J 9’ bh mir 
5 BEDROOMS — mm cae e BENS nas Lie tin Wie tae Shag : Se ke apne, “an 
4 se T T | AM L ts pick w at your back door of ON lle : 105 n h pping. = ; 
> BEAU r 1 ACRES pray se re DISTRIC HEIGHTS TRADES CONSIDERED + - pes — Cod seen anytime. Owner. EM. 2-2766 Walking distance ing ¢ . 

Bee FU rd It S Wonderful OPEN SUNDAY, 1 TO 7 3 bedrooms ut rut ath, } ' .* oe ee er } any terms. you can beet . ee ~ | Bados — assurances of © house Dag ES - cay ae 
pala! Cane. Cod one to find 9 delightful three-bedroom) , 2, SEORM. BRICK OD ,| Uvine rm. with super-duper Are-| fone niy $12.5 : this price. $9990 | ARLINGTON, NORTH waa, 
. ta with : corner iot. we MoGe°d with piac at i ’ ‘ ' . : 4 lovely home for lige. family t redecora noes aes aor JA 5-6800 


m brick ypeanstes : : othe ie ~ : a ai) 
(ose schools for : OCs. 1 °3 n tu n : . ' in . ; is tran : ; 
iteh ‘ schools ans. & shopping : a nier 8 house _Cosiened with you 


Will 0. Gt Nice corner lot dy ae a Na in SS s beer E + i - ¢ rec. rm 5 — MESSY ; r ' 6 kK caniort Enjo c NINON 

us conser’ rear pereh isposal. all electric vai . te ~ | rel ] endous | specious 2 3 “pedroom brick ram : SHA NN ae Ps LUCHS oe. ss 
" 6 i ioc » fo ls ie uran th m WwW th a ‘ but ; ; ree liv. rm wit) ire- >t rr ear 

LARGE COLONIAL | iis tires ea. Oi nd oe ee ete eater te) tease om ati Oak bay wihoe paras fs, Our $0 SLID. ARLIROEON 


Three good sized rooms living Bee tiens Out Pe va 250 hedrm tom " e : : pony a : . - ' t a 
a vi) Inndseaped- a ae eon . on Pen Ave ae “ re : yA thts ‘ ety basement and its large double ————— : _ 
Ott street porking. a m FBO! m- Southern Ave.. ithern 4 -  # =o oar a He ab as CASH > shades the beautiful lot fignt base y Be its large doub) 
— Se 4 a hn sist ; on Count 6 at GO H ap EY Ree ’ | s this excellent bri several ate expandible to 6 bed- SMALL ESTATE 
rated rerese | ‘a Mal ~~ Ree rine J ro rie ¥ "DIL LAPI DA ED _ whe FOR " x | 30 te 3:3 in ee MT. VERNON BLVD. 
8 ; : 2408 ore? ‘mm G : but oh what @ house’ spec’ ow . as 7 niey « fina ons om «6 
Only 2 bi Ron. vee Mors Phan al os will sell_on | fon the her © j eee Spacious 2\e-story | brie 
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rig 7401 Elmhu 
JAMES C. CONLEY & CO ince, Lewisdale. 3-vedrm. brick 2 bikes. to : end oan 

“GORDON. OL. 4-2913 anil poler. level lot. Nr school 2% ike to or conventional terms : 
Hs 9928 Gs. sve JU. 9-434 te GE. 612.960. Luby-Reberts streetcar or_bus, 2 bi WAH 30-0 “¥E AR iona 
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ERICK W. BERENS lll ie Seal HA, 2-83i8 a} treet on lot 100x2 3 1'p-bath duplex with fenced 
eats 1xc ma 8000 seit eke aren | Assume GILOAN Fane gummactar™ ior, ite ean roe = Lake Barcroft ts i hs : 
: thio 2bedrm. brick Cape 800 but i. care set me an 2 builders heve given us > 7) pe 
Non-Vet a RETIRING? aa “eB ber fives lace ie atte, Lae, fot ba ig Caer ee BEAL TY CO, . | gf Cet lerets ta 
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>. m.. WA 7-8641, AP. 71-8676. "REALTY, | 


fragt on this soacious, 3-bearm. NEAR TAKOMA PARK oe Sarr nari cals Shy re Oe 

ay army, Cangas depos fee ‘Gham via in trom the acl MMe" oP fo note “rioelait RICK CAPE COR—Ray Park eres:| A102. Ran Flame Beata eertntir es price 

Fath 190, via. banal oui $13, 500! | ! " rok i base and” open sign wa din. ae ‘areas 9 Tye. of VEX oe | wane JE. 4-3900 .. al 

BOLY Sables Shite walitss | Ji -SRITE , | Bows GE's6d ihe | , LAKE BARCROFT AREA 

4 "HUGE BEDRMS. gistac Sis WALKER & wouitey ttt ’ £ 
2¥2 BATHS Se mo 

FIN. REC. RM. 

$21,750 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. SALE_SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 
__ VIRGINIA __ VIRGINIA — 


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! _— : ' |ATTENTION, CAREER, SERVI 

SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 650 down Williamsbura Colonial LARGE FAMILIES || POLK! $900 down and parments 

382 000 VIRGINIA S$ + with 1: NEW SPLIT-LEVELS 3 Bedrms ~Den—3 BATHS | Fman den sere: once infouen) greryihing. bigs, homes $17, 500 200 to 
e ms, ft. liv-i 


: ied on if Center-hall plap 24-ft. living rm.. Older home in MeLean. 4 bedrene. REALLY bie 


| oe rm : ; n 
Dai ly OPEN SUNDAY n : a "h as . om $13: Be ~~ ety ice HNweine.4t separat o dining rm... bedrm.. and 2 baths: trees and lovely garden. — rm designed . os UP 
T FE PARISH n . . os aremotia ba! cony bath. paneled den, screened porch! $99 500 ode clean. onot e- 
, , Ss , JAM Ss t Point past kitchen 14x14. 2 bedrms. and tath wp.) New Ca Cod in Palle Church board Beat, Huse | ‘6 ia Reas Dn [> t rn 
Circulati r iy 1 DUSK Artax, JE i "490 . pln I Pull basement with shower bath.) on wooded lot; 4 bedrms. 2 baths garden entrance an ft A . . y! I . . 
0 , hedr oat ete range. di garde Slate roof. Flagstone patio. De-| $3.00 , area, , REnGy,  Stiacnee. OUT. 
ee ee eee hae INCLUDE | -¥ OUR BETTLEMEN, ; foo: de tached brick garage. Rose artor.|) * Arlington. brick colonial. 5 besutifully manicured | pi as 
: j : ller a | eal i ince fF hive . vy cute tardeeamed shaded tot bedrms.. 2 bath sereened po! ch ; } £18,000 H on be 
lars r for~ those Ete . nets st ares SUSUNY MECecenes snaced lO’ ree. rm.; beautiful let: 626.960 JA. 7-9 REAL ES | SE 
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4 box woods and other . INC 2222 
ees shinate Dp neight 43 , $23 m | Beasceratss pecr — we recreatiot oh rm adeata 5 minutes to Penta- Lee hwy.) Open 9 ’ cusToM SUBDIVISION 

r -Wa JFon st and o chur » ieee A. | n ith fireplac gon, St. Charlies parish ASSUME NWR. Ci SHIRI BY Hwy CUSTOM SUBDIVISION 
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Times Herald classified ad- tran rtation is rire th beet terme eve . now ER J F R : R $15 700 or Lee «| ym th rit: ’ vA IETY © RAMBLERS AND &PLIT rs 
4 | a tcoun’ Leet *t | ever. | —— ealter on brit er: 3 bedrms.. fall t rELS AND RAMBLERS , 
vertisers To piace your ad "Great : to sruten , - oa ndlor an  aeecny IN ALEXANDRIA tA cD |G 0 G JA. 17-0141 base ne nt witt int ra $19,150 - ae aan AMBLERS $] 4 "250 to $17. 250 
INC A} a Broad , oh 7 : ’ : baths... separate ) ; 
a ag Ps a as = 16.890 4'2% , loan: ] Degree... mt aih pee | 3. 1. Moton Realt PAYMENTS LIKE RENT 
Phone Joseph, W. eay § Co. stching. g-bearm, bric cat 4 and il-de- CONVENIENT ms. 3 * — finished 1 4 m Pag BF. Tear ~ ned | 2309 Mt. Vernon ave 2 Por appt. to see call 
: | t pier =. | ham) $11,500 n; breathtaking. al- Nepr frat on. Gt IY FOR vi-y Moton id gem nes, 


REpublic 7-1234 Plantation Col | Gentine Merle tis! iy eo sy egeha fparave dn. ) $4,900 GT loen: bremteting. a) >, Mabe fram mt 
antation Colonial sii"fooi"s Balin he wh ei sgineg A AN ytasping rma BOM se MM aer ge aeG:| Moe ™vartin Mate BIG FAMILY _ oe Mt, Yernes 


means quicker sales results, 


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SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA $25,200—VA the children the 1 ae So PRICE: $245 ; Slows cain. “JE . 4110 Ree Bae REALTY co i-bedrs. white brick, ~ ~~ 
Continued Frem Preeeding Pace plent space to e ta vou . — Mannas ry J 2 El.. 6-4172 Eves. EL. 6-41 4 rr . at Kee ne 7 CORNERS AREA 


VIRGINIA me; large living room (24x15 ead sat. | ; el Biree $700 “he arm Fa . twit rt = 14 BEDRMS. | V2 oe $750 DOWN ce ie aanbns and D. C. GI appraised a ONLY $14, 950 


OPEN with ree. foom and earcee iaree INVEST AAEN —, - 8 Gy t- GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY $14, 950— GI | . | ee 7 | IMMACULATE 

L fruit trees excel. fin ns DEI RAY : 2 . , FOR THE | LARGE. FAMILY uated o , level ack to choo 3-be ‘ a on | 

McLean Manor Rb RAEI OpNNS REAL, Pov Oo Dae a, Phe GORD DIN-MENSH ep oe en 7 fate! sts tae oe on tenes : 
2AMB ERS Attractive at ; dad . vind ine . , ene FAL TY 


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vr nen a : - BRICK RAMBLER kes, JE ven ppuren._ Ericed 9% 618.500. Onls 
OFFICERS -BEDRM.—2 7 4 BIG BEDRMS., 2 BATHS PREDE! * 63690 Arfax Realty, JE. 4-4900 Colorful McLean 


BERNICE CARTER 


REALTOR 


TH ARLINGTON — Oniy 30, SALE : “ Se pe 
ne. convenient | everything ERR N SIZE $20,950 RAM ARE Acer BUILDER 
edrms. 7 ous F Closing Out 


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ey, 6.32968 wae . Fl 6.49734 bedrr : : » | » EDW ana | ’ AR T POS - 5.17 4 Wilson RBivd DWARD R 
FOX HUNT COUNTRY — > be err . | . er REDEC TA. §-8402 4 ly S188 
ston: 50 ’ non wo — Prick "olonia! rs rar n % TOWN OF HERNDON bedr money 
: : : 2 Zs ears mh firepis frame Seta a " 
j ime ‘ 2t (t vine ' Wah) ecrm. nome | a s nat | pane hedrma . ep 4 . my " xf rr ; 50 On : er ' Artax Realty, JE 4- 4900 
r Fre ° " " te : : . D | ; OT Je : ; t. sT FHA or conver ern f af Ad : . ; farms : , = 
S REA TATE nd Act BD nd st 06. LYN THOMPSON,| [788% Ceres Soi? N. Jefferson st. Lo 17 ILL REALTY Higgin ket, Rt. 2, Sterlit - 
bie Bart 3A. 8.2600, REL ABA, Boo bondi JA. 2-2121 nea el ae ee Ss HOUSE BEAUTIFUL 
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CM. Hailey JE. 2-7944 
DESIRABLE LOCATION 


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OPEN a 2 Baths ; \GTON. VA Hitchen ‘with vail that) ners (Por, Patee, iets | W. W. Blackman, 
ast vith full basement and be | me arate | cot areseed Soba oe Inc. Slow Poke! 


Split-Levels  figtés"t : wie Ge sh" ENTERTAIN HERE | fatition log'etalaratrete:| Midhi" Tes ER OO vane) Mannas Rity,, JE 2.3110 
4 Bedrms., 22 Baths) °F? Oslows SEN 1 TH, 1 | tap | sase-rme copper piumbmne.” thal AMCY K. Rowland Co. | S4-Ft. Custom | sei fasten 2 CLOSE-IN (NCRES 
IRAND - NEW nporary GORDIN- MENSH ILLER R ESTATE: & , 7 eee pemeres. = : PAL s cnt RCH . , . endiy me machen - EXEC Ab aay 
SO. ‘5. 6790 oT CACPRIECIC Hal blvd. through Alexandria. I‘M SPOTLESS swe $14,000 1 HA LOAN —v ) 
r , ge pager A p the ist right onte ‘| | OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO DARK TIONED. On ‘2 acre wit! 
oe af } ; rt ours eve >t Sartinlte tome 4. 4x so | : bedrms ‘ | 
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Aa Pe . ny is walk! $13 BLL REALTY Co. <n ty BO Bprinefield. Ve 7 stad 
ALEX. SUBURBAN t a, i oF | wis a oe —s ccgp, Dsrections: Aruneien mye. | MILLER REAL ESTATE : » ette onal 

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ARLINGTON NORTH FALLS CHURCH eft on Annet aliows . R J ea SK this sp ‘ 4 a Gea Ty 
Stratford | OPEN 2 to / nd open sign. $1 | 3 hat 81 bul 
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New Bric ” Split Level ; rs CE 8.5000 , _senees Thood. Imi peths. pins ¢ r aS BE fnetee| sterpes aren. 
Bir ean ; : Rivier . pas s ranct reak! e | : r. ’ :. irn . ‘ 4 ) Re N i | 1 out Arline a} ht on 1 we fam ; , ' is po . x § -m Bt pence wanet, | ; 
Bor a berecy “pampls, of cast) Forschools. shopping. churches and) lor : furniture Bonga turn left snd bear right | $16,424 fetime if you don't drive ou ma answered if | price i. SALE, OUT-OF-TOWN 
op ities ne Seetes SPACIOUS | tbwaho'S TSveuess | 30-VEAR'GI LOAN | Suita 'Sinthitnae | fiatran a 
reet past Kenvon to open Exclusive : . BRICK CAPECOD /S**sGnicBRLYOIN AREA. | se-roor rick. _ >-nepRoos | a ee YEONAS gel yoo ph EL 
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"ART ‘POS T, INC aces ~ = ae... ae ea ; Miller Drive | MENT 1D BORN EYE-LEVEL! 5800 Lee He : 
817 & Wasi St Kl : ’ . ; . , , ad hese , : r : en: TT 7 4 EI ' ANT “Bt RNERS SRSAK : ’ 
» ’ ° | ae a ” ts \ - . H Nat a r - . ci a 
ALEXANDRIA.-_ANNANDALE on gen : , OPEN 1 "7 DARK nes 25. ft. living room . "hs - A. ‘= REDU CED $2000 MARYLAND 
BRADDOCK ACRES ler Real é og firepince. big ali-eiec. J-h,| Outside bsmt. entrance. concre! ELBOW ROOM Ro DUPLEX, 4 bi} pst 
ro. > » 9 , ; ' , ‘ ' _ oF - np hone , vie ‘ Bweeping viewe - . . . 7 . ~~” . _ +7 ea . ?.hedrm 
OPEN | “eR en ee i pa ee 
' iy. | Brie) reed 7 ' e scree nat bundry - et ~~ 6m — irf . Si. ‘cmeeneeeaes ae ie ~~ ; ‘6. BLUE RIDGE Mount 
Wooded oe ; _ , . PA, . = , . , . - ~ “ ~ “4 ' , a” " . , ' e . ‘ acre ™ tate fF = 
Wonderland Kitchen with Joads ‘of cabinets MONT 4.40000 wy fereis 3 bedeme | rkanon 15° balks) 'gar'i| feues: Unuaualgbuy ata low Brice WILLS REALTY SALES EIB an yy Pan ge Bie p32 per. DU. +4 , ‘ 
bei act au Sad oui ata, Hane j SP emt tea Ei! wos Gremeee e oonna | Ba Mee ees 
Open | om .RLINGT On ee eo. “GI. $13. 850 | © other © ¢-peere.. 3 at 
, ‘ M 9 ; EDWARDS REALTY 2-473 Poe 16.950. Several ot! Presents 
>'o.7 HOL MES RUN Af RES— : nial fy faviigh en a CHOI Ty LOT AVAILABI 
. . ary land , ped ay wi : tiled floor : : 7? | 
Brick Rambler oon eee ee tit incl| 1205 S. COLUMBUS ST., ARI OPEN 2-7 HELP. 
: er + utility) 2 bik. of Columbia pike. conv. to! ny, n: Out Leesbure Pike (Rt 
Pea " e be . ’ ge ane ee wer gar . . : ' : an marke ; ‘ — : nar 
2 OPEN TOD tT : °"2 ~—. weTLt, oo RES . RSE! ° 
THE BICKETT CO. a ee. TORE cn Te ot 
Member Mutual Client's Exen W. W.. Blackman 
4s Rd 5-250! ee al 
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Birch st rig! : ' - Saaae | e é a : e ? : . ai ‘ <a : 2 He 3 “ Der 
BELL REALTY CO ect. Apparently home own PRCANT —IMMEDIA’ LACEY FOREST—Open today 

'S Wrthe si x HH . ‘ PEN + Pri. ARK wu } ' Rly : st ning custon r 
; . 3 | 2 ¢-bedrm. Cape Cod. 25x16 liv rm UNEXCELLED OPEN 


| Sia eae ree ci i tee “dint r . ': r mouth bedrmg, 2's paths: 29x18 | ocation—Construction 
“Crab Orchard” |3!97 CIRCLE: "HILL RD.| tion ’rm. A steal for only 22.950. ARL.—$12.900> $6 ls f Heat iev ath Right fot doc Beauty—Living Space BUCKINGHAM 
ing home with pt on ae ransp. to D.C rent, 1725) GUIRE REALTY. JA. 7-134. $43,950 to $54,950 AREA 


vate gar ney. JE 2-2025 Open ROPT : 
enier ; x ° “2 . comemporary homes in Ma GT AND PHA APP? LOVED AT 
neat ve : : 


, ut obinson ,% 
uur OPEN sig 


ceil nes lee ‘dining m 
reen ra DOUBLE REDRM r soe | bh ; nt “ec room quipped OF 
AND BATH : 1ST brar TERRACE ee . : tiiut — , fu y} n scape jot oth S15, 600 THE! ie GH cost oF Livi = 2 
ecrms ~~! id : " nt mar tra ei ’ “s oss ss . ‘ - : 
Ae - ’ nA Tac : re ne : . i s+ . = . 1 et me ’ ii oa ke ; Tl j 7 LANI He 
CORBIN. Exclu e Asent. DU. «.., ~ cn’ Qn , EVELS, RAMBLERS me pa ent fae, ; ‘ ne 4 , al a: oe verrif Re 
7-1234 or OO. 5-762 it Artis ne ND i AE he A agg mn GE ne DIRECTIONS. } BEDRMS & 1! ’ urd to bells | 
ton Ridge Ra past G right ~ _ _* d DI ERENT Mon} Teseeras ne, ni¢ — oe — ~ .- ITH 2 ; : ~ 
Pood pair * SS, e b OM) Bei Fe rt end MANY LOTS ’ + ny Rp ot "RM. FULL BASEMENT. Fo! A. 13. + hy . N. Braddock St. Winches- 
OPEN SIGN. ; nm ; a ' a er e . é OAKS: Tom ‘Morrison Real ty : iJ ' . fat low arr “- | ty “ " ie : , Ae _ . 
SANDOZ, INC bas of Soar, £700 below, OL P|» mepRcOME 3.BATES § Multible Listing Res on Road. urn righ} jo Malbrook| 3214 No. Ist St at seman. Feenat or =< 
~*~ : PAT NING re 1A. 8-335 a — ..., = oo n : ire + he MANAS SAS. “VAL 
Te 8). ; } : "ART Jill oe . J Wesley Buchanan, Inc . : — a - : ~ a , rick home in excel neighborhoed 


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Es Ne . ight: TERCOU avaTEM FOR MUSI ' Stanley R. Rowland Co ] 55 
ALEXANDRIA ay ‘hurch Rd IN EACH ROOM Nr stratford Jr, eon 120 BE. BROAD ST. PALLS CHURCH JA. 4- | 
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WELLINGTON OPEN NOON ‘TIL DARK: bath. Also ttving toom, dining rm. 
HEIGHTS Location Counts Peer ute Bie Face Sette owe tee, ane: W/W LOCATION. QUALITY 
F Open 2-Dark Jer ir opportunity to pi ive i Vernon signs . ite | a * kek DO TOP BEAUTY PRICED AT 20), in Tie, bre REALTY. 
, le me ir good eatinn Re ernan R x ite , 4 O 7 SUND i DA! | WITT ¥ 
DOWN PAYMENT |85-ft. Rambler fiiuisrerety Sim tivhan Vcore ties ante | 4114 No. 23d St., Arl CLUB MANOR ESTATES Hsp (RS eoptomrotag i, 10°F, crt, Be, Mamata Ye 
+ A c | Am ESTATE fenced B Set wes, Ges sear | J. Maynard Magruder ADJACENT AURORA HILLS seats Kgrintmenains dprign, Omen t Funder 
LOAN ~ SUM tarebook ‘setting fer. this ec tior Broyhill Crest A. 7-7000 JA. 2-7115 | . hat. a, manificeat view {fom ‘B-room vresidenes. bath and slack 
A os oa beautifully dse . d Out Lee } 2 t $20 950 LYON VILLAGE (OPEN 1 TO 6:38 SATURDAY & SUNDA! ~ shad ees sided beaut) : . acres cattle grazing farm, man- 
Ba OPEN SUNDAY 2 "TIL DARK : y ‘UP Yor IND 1 D, ‘teres with Tish-stor pond. 
Another Genuine Buy ynmander says sell—reduces sale) A beautiful and picturesque custom-built rambler ike AND } ; ity, 81: 
In 45-Ft. Brick Rambler | Bis“brick’ rambler in one of th 15-ft, stone bay window and dropped living room is AND one TH | : 
North OPEN 2-7 | etiam fe) lore eee Pom ponio | te 
| Arlington LARCHMONT : 2 ee de hic (je od Bept ment and 2-car garage So ; aic J 7 ' < Claude 1 Uaitee bapa Ave. 
eation room spe And Moe ts @ Ramblers—-$20,500 f : DIRECT! pencins hwy. to Kirk. pine RB Only $ 750 r 00 neighborhoc | JA. 7-6660 . 
¢ wabestobies =e Scar enrages will Oren TODAY — . _3:hedrm. rambler | op i7th kd left on Dackson to) To see: Over |4th St. Bridge to No, | Highway to 23 - : 

| if Ww Rita Co. connec! me screened ipreeze- 5 4 , with le ‘ “d recreat) " 180 St. South, GPR on oa oe et 3 2 Open North Ari : at 
JA. 7-5200 pid nome Bes any cuper | Tish fal Mee erount with scenic) Aue, neving Tear patio, St | Or ys ag NIC Set RR tl he a 2 BATHS—BRICK i= me at sd 
“ Be PO psig PB it. pr} $31 . “~ ’ »*. TT ao a bis - ane : ” m.. ) a4 > a(t. — - 7. bare 5 Perna Sena eM NE ——— - . — ' c . , o - a. ” Two cy RES. : 7 7 


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Serests ons 801 : ou ’ vt Kit Oe ‘ — ; nai bu ; ft rY firep mil ai rm itr ‘ . ae . 

| vd al ) 2 les end price ip the 3 pidly diss De rin ge nd cellent terms breant ot ell. den and ‘-bath New Brick Ramblers ie @ kitchen: close ora. " TOUTHERN spe 
SUNDAY, 1 ‘TIL 7 to HICKS open sian ee ee ate se , ae Ea, ms. 3 a eg oS TERRIFIC BUY LORIDA 

A ” Hi ks Realt Co. Directions => . B _t at 1 : ‘olumbt Bina TIONS Rie 50 te vee - $1500 DOWS | a =: . ie a 
: . ; ” 2 ~ ’ a ar . + ere. right iT) =. ‘ r Go ae ° hee ; ce omnes . 
YOUNG OLKS Cc y S. % Acces BUS bic ; ee, E Linden lane to 417 : . bath ig Foe ga ae } mox Poet ; P+ sag Pe REZ, Walton 


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$12,730 ogg ty | 3373 oy S 1301 “Larebmont’ Ds LAKE BARCROFT | | MA ne Prop EN 1 miles Irom ' he 
erfectly dreamy cottage for two! BVES or TE. 6-313: wens ‘ounty, \ {7 miles from VACANT BEACH rontage. Best 
me ae oan te 8 3 Sleepy Hollow Manor iiitiechi"eie'ea vcur aren neice pe 

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ALEXANDRIA ~ | @f the surroundi: 1 of M. T. BROYHILL & SONS 3, baths, tiv. rm. din rm “puss a broker, Ris. 2 Sterling, Va.| Buy 397) ft. oc0oan to Fi 
OPV fens Hate Pavdh aed wean § $22,500 to $247950 - leat ie dee SAN, aa 
T ALUE ch ,~ ye sone a . - , t+ $37 $00 . r a its ; Be rt ae Pets tor J. 5 Atlantic ave., 
$10,500 ith er and rel rec © CHESTERBROOK Woon.” a DIRECTIONS Secor Baller Wnneh 82 Obaee Of $10 150 6(Daytona Beac 
aoe : etur ne ane / "ge 2Arac ¢ ntir ¥ , a 
OPEN 2 ‘TIL 7 place). offers large vestibule en-| rambler entrance pal wiih perm | Grosswoods Dr. righ: SOME AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Small dn buys, this va, REALESTATE WANTED ESTATE WANTED 69 
ce, } bedrn bat? tair * Li Way right on Cavalier Corridor . Gee ‘ fae _ wt, ne heey 
” ¢ . t ign ; : af 307% i set _ aw 
baths. “S-ear’ ‘garase, “patie On) CENTER MALL. 2 LARGE BEDROOMS Lede Ming uae | Lr ee: $4, fm, Ha Leetme:| WILL BUY Aap he 
o— FE. 6-810 y tour Tc ; ~~ " Venetian ; : -» Brick or frame. white or co 
°S CCARENDON—Vs ace com bf GRASS RIDGE : ITE : an om wind ives 5 nd. 00's es sevtiemen Call MR. MILLER. CO. 
renovated 1- G one. ” Bt pop. 5-3541; eves. LA. 6-5194 


OPEN 2 TO 6 SEMFE TH FUL LARGE 
Brick bickelc fet evel entrance: STAIRWAY TO EXPANDIBLE 24 FLOOR, ON BEAUTIFUL LA ced lot. . abd 
i, beautiful big m. bed- TREE-GHADED LC 4 ale! to trame “Tens at Pen ARMS, LAND, SALE 70 


: hall : 
rections. From air! >a 10 th. . 34 
rinefield cloverieaf right | - , Mes ved - ; : le ya ig —> 4 ip ih "att Dea ot ss 
=o Rg RR sf th ; a iY vent ‘ ré a. we. inn” Satin F.H.A., MILITARY F.H.A. AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCING bey Pe Payrbaven a. lett ae NEW STROUT FALL 
Ki. ®-3530 


Arch. ¢f | DIR. King st. ‘to N ; to Essex Ave , . : =~ 
| bik. trom Reed ‘Thester!, WWD) io re It. ee. oe. fee | Bae minion 
$19,250 he sch than tie der” ARLINGTON | Eitiie?ie ieee kny ee Sarwan! «=| -AAURPHY G SNELL OE ado. ce | 
AIR CONDITIONED MT BROYHILL 2 SON. left to 719, By KLARE & R HUXTABLE. 415 6 GLEBE RD... ARL. OPEN 1 “TIL DARK — ) ra) bargains a, Domes, yeh 
ogy he dscaped| 4610 Lee Hwy. Atl JA. 41300, REALTY CO. | ; Office: JA. §-7198 Model House: JE. 3-0233 ne ARLINGT N | Wonue Mii sey 


| £900 Wilson Bivd.. JA. 7-9300| [WE sir-cond. | 3 = :  guce-or Pott aa 
c ’ ek rambler: bet; on) firepl.. sep. 4 pe Cpa perick Henty Drive 90 of Hot oe qin fn I Taree @ Kien Woodward . a. © 
Senses ot- ARLINGTON. © — — 3-bedrm. - brick sar), i engl . «| Pike S00 ft a Att Sy si Peis & $24.950 | 

geveeped rion arb aise Sn ou either right oF = *duemtaead ams | of ér. ana 67 pow™ "4 


5 eet 
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bome, tenturine sped 

bachs t enced ae "fence east ke 


ith and Donnell ' Pi3F 3) Ow Gut Wises vd to 001 F 


JA. 7-8817 


’ 754 000s, PETS, KENNELS _74/THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


; J 73\w 
Panos, CAND, SALE _70/PARMS, LAND, SALE__70/FARMS_ FOR RENT 7 OTs rR SS sate Ae _ - B.. URTERERONT % rem agy ete ier 1) 13 
® ‘guar ao - 
itt is ‘ WAIRE AX slates Goof to Pt. tor) FARM FOR "LEASE LAKE BARCROFT COMMUNITY | anak hinee ie ee TRAILERS, S$, SALE - 87 ae SALE 93 


BRAZIL. sate AMERICA Seclude4. Good | 
’ 0 acres. eceded meadows 1508 Hall Moon Road ; Pinter national nation 

. , fi firestmen Sian Z. Mensh Co. 13 e : - “ jena L _ " GB tn.. & bed: — = ——— —— a 

Fo ctate, Brasil, 30 miles. ( on pares, metertrent at Pans oo) MT. VERNON BLVD. | rms. completely, lone) oodiines cowater|® Temple ih Yyljece Alex. Aiso i completely recondit tioned pod 


ste “Brasil. es i ; Ni on 0S 5 Fo) til sa.) ; 
1 tb a6 , _ = 08 <9 4 -" 2-h wi nt. looki d 4 the Has patio in front with St cond fully equippe Extremely 
wy & oun mocer path. 2-60r Bart 52, ull me ae fs " ® point aust wae Otter oes | OVER 100 ACRES | screened Ps IO oy Love! ot Aap, POR. Ee Bea, of START 52; 39"; 2 br 4 condition on't miss this ber 
| 7 Bell. Ruck. ‘on Ri. 30 7 r, B. REED. JE. 3-008 WATER AND SEWERAGE rd ) te ot show value, WE. $-6302 oF Box M-3 2 K SMALL JR.. f 
wt. 21). 3 se; 5 min. trom AVAILABLE | fine pets. ai $100. OL. T-H. RANK 5 2 INC 
OLLY HILL Mince «ot Pi iecher st 1736 Goo4 Hope R4. 8E 


day Co: - o@r otter; Db ; 

er Rie 5S. Box 643 Peirfax. ¥ Ike ort THE NEWEST AND VD... Eibe s ; 
-—_--- List RINGER -SPANIPT 53 WhLYS 
LOTS FOR SALE 73 (Axe SANCROFT—Tot— TIBI | McLEAN, VA | MOST BEAUTIFUL pupe—auaLity Pays.” WH. Py dade aN Mary. 


b! 
are . ai owne: . 
: wre ON eS : " 
maa kixpos— Brick rambler. custom I> oN) MBIA Bt At TIFUL SwoMesitn a See peveteem me is ares. tn 
o Vath. 2 "Ten Ha. © mn 2's & Ang No , TION SUT .D? er es. ar ton n ' Feir : ot: | pode 4 sewerage availab:e rms... : iv »’ lee nae peringer L, 5 Pups— $2500 
i. tarse ing rm. kit. (4x1 & BUS! "5 PE a : mM, + ment : - Cc odr} age Biown Acre The Anish 
(AR YLANG farai y room. t © et F a FR >! : , high y Td st ey ythine: James A rrowitt Cor . , . tis 33 oY 5-228 given away to be applied towards nt job. This is @ strict-no-pront 
wiA LA D wn te , : - 3: . 9 - ' —" en 6 i i Ae : , 17 20 Eve St NW ST 3-2363 “irs ~ ot j " edlENG side mos Buff, the urch e of a ++ a- new 1956 + as saction for ue which means @ 
ANDY WINE Rane we Nr D. © 4 — a " > et —— 5 > os Ph Mr. LYONS, eves. RA 3-2194) sec; n wi Eligible $20 MMER be RER low 7, price and rea) ercon- 
at acres. M0 ™ ac and OH unde on tely fenced. C wer, 4 eve Tint channel to > s You asl an ‘B37 omy for rg ae 1333 Fest. Wess 
at a) ; sid re + Cresty Po @ rsou n see This Section hefore you buy = — \ OFrROE FO as es 
cs om oe pare and ou $5000) 2 }-9061 SRR Oe” BUILDERS eviy—37 ; MODERATE.” PRICED. YOR, TERBIE “Fest § a Open ba nase aa COLIE'S MO-| Hivy. Bilver Se. JU. 7-5004 cl 
cash reauired. FPA 2-468) Lot bOUN COU xtY—% 303 “acre cat. 4 toned sem! utils. in TAGE —Se vera! tracts from 3 to FLOYD A h 5. GA. 4-8222 after OMFS. We » ate > SS 
OLNEY. ARRA—911.950: Gi4 _ neres farm, & mi 8, Boe Ee deen dar Hh Gencet, |edit eee ee different loca tone of I_Puppre Ee" MOBILE HOME ~ 34 Interna: ional Van. 12 
yar bids &! . 2. ' 5 r ai _ ‘ : - $) shes vA 10 4) oul NJ S RENN: DOAN” RIVER est ates aome for ee tk to mt CRUMPTON | OURMAN BE tin yenesnerd ippiee. oan show oar eratituc fe and ; 
ver pie s_Real Z co 1M asa tt bides ' e i per a ' - a o N s divide Terty B. Sir 2 L7 iCEN TRAL r w . : = ion fo r yo ur patronace over these 
. 4. , uv a DAT} —ws Ba *. r lo ¢ ‘ Ave. at EDGEWATER A ; 
200 AC ae iy in grass. 200 8 2573. i mbler sites, 61600 us. Terma, | xe°*.), “5 “4g! wmcatem reseee COLORED OLD MAY A) cERwa ‘Bhepherd puppies AKC ful years, this offer is 
ter ; ) n os . ° P - Pas i = >A a ’ : / , : - RA Fz : ; ’ : a . 2 
: ate jaree . - 0 ES — Par ‘ . far ca J - Pr “WE : orseback ride. pict s avell| wick Be ILDING SITES over . “Ee RFRON 49 im Call collect, Pairview 0 ft id mi MA at 9 reliable on rF RA: 
Comm v ‘ Lstance $1 pe rY ; about hot arce wood ed i s wide sele n lust: , for 81000 i * Ph an 5 “es — ERTIES iE GE 4 on :— = > 
" he die aor = - my ; = . or farming fn irt ' __ al -_ GERMAN short-haired pointer pups -bed! r the | : USED TRUCKS, A- ; rs = used 
acre frun " . _ rout / i area i or best offer Mt ST SACRIFICE Court he Se ve UNiversity 77-8885 o —| KC : Ch. lineage All-purpose ms This not sil. . ch 4 makes and sizes. 
BS° JA 7 soveiy litt LO 1-102 rand-t ur selection before you buy, 


50 41 RES—N lat 3 rf ; 5 tall rm or H » Custom: QUICKLY. JE. 4-69 tT £ 2 
mile stream, $3 iit PYLES REALTY CO. JO ‘CRE LOTS on Shenandoah River ¥ W t f t ‘GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies. AKC Hom will ais INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER. 
Supper, Br ober PA. 2-91 —_ Caceres ———--—- | being surveyed be elects AG WATERFRONT, SALE 75A a er ron fee. cname one. © +P eee ivf i=l merson Denuti , Be ‘. 901 Biadensbure rd. ne. LI. 7-4300. 
Operating 8.0" ; : € beau! ke $44 hs Y “we se aa eg x 7" . . MD.— rwner i] : c ' rie Tegeric . . oa : ; _ na NTED 696 
tea Se at etl teats sa Founst wees ,ép..17,penece cr) Hotel weep te oe fr Pare ee we eee Chesapeake Bay ofl eae Bee oe tck| S05" e_ “een “alge “wiih 30" other AUTOMOBILES WANTED__9 
weil fenced ry om ; 4 “0 124 | impro’ are : Ge . ly . >t 2 = , mo Wwe ordi ite 
. - . s 8 ' . al) impre ra Claude L. Rust, 306 6. Royal av } é CHESAPEAKE BEACH sk. rec. 2 mo © ul : ‘ 
pad front ase $39. 500 $15,-| or b > saltainhe aes son Fr Ra-al Va » ; 7-1096 : : ar : NT TO BUY tate model* car; 
ce 15 years at observe 127 ‘ANNIVERSARY. "make not importeny. mess | clean. 


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Agent. OL.) Fea a, OR. 24-4200. S82. LOTS WANTED jeoed saptis0. Rasy) for that ‘ion : GRENT DaNt “ARC. supero vedi) This "sti ch fay “ove day only | Wil pay ‘each. LOGAN, (BORD), 
b 2 


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-4200 - . LESTE, ; - attractive . 
wow $750 DN.. $75 m0. buys for $5500 tg Od © WANTED to buy reasonably priced white co r shingled iRinff SETTER show pups. 1} 
seuss _ Modern| i2 A 4 Dis TP. sod beth $5 aNOLI WOO) $2200 c=. LO, 4.7487] Lait-siged jot in Fosey Bottom re- ‘DEALE BEACH, MD : any miles of AKC. countr pce 
el : Bante IH | newal area irite particulars (© «4. nearoom furn ramblef. directly : = : . ; of ; wens t rol 
: akes. 1 BRICK FARM HOUSE of the Jet. ie Acne ner pm new indian) 30; M-s3i. Pos-ii on Chesapeake Bay: enchanting Yite ree corner feneod) Holl ra] a A oF JUNK. a wri 
north _of Frederick, $13.500| fersovian period autif +t Ry i “North. ACREAGE SALE yard with waterfront: surpassing “*™" : | eos ee 4. re ee Colie’s Mobile Homes . avin” co 
. stored Working eat ve farm “of 257 weet ft '  buildt e si - al! th tion for the t t) : : ¢ ’ Vv C W 4 09 MAIN LOT. 4% Mi. North of Laurel 7) a N + ake ad ear 
Southern Mar Nand Pai ‘and outbuildines. stocked) | ee ee? ee eee SARYLAND > Matera end in  Seaie, Vessels Cot ud pas 8 fitinttne Phe PPIF: me. on 2S Be. desperately FALE ake — model: 
Soutne ylé dines and fences in ¢ a Se ree GAITHERSBURG AREA — 6',- -_ seal UN concrete, Daseinee tena thehen -9 ibs. © ally 2 -1308 ichmond He rucks, station wagons. MYA 
+ persons, ™ oid in en r bungal No | Bes — Se crown. AKC res ke as = VILLE AUTO. SALES, (4920 R T, 
: ; wort ; ; ' rooms facing ay bathroom Sl Al ndria. Va. Phone South 5- a0! . 2 
$14,000. LUND. CO. 5-0988 ast valli with shower. a.) yours for ¢ med at se immunized NC DANS TRAILER Hyattsville, Md cold cam 
. ot ~ = : ) - . fui 2 »a.- 86 LON: _ : —_ : : . Bao ul AA 3 “ con 0 ca 
. T GERMANTOWN, MD —-}45 acres Of) Front : 2 cod, water Once ment eT — $300 G is me Murdock 4.5910 * mK iat Tron co. | 
— G-rm. stat 14% acres ¥ 1O BUILD ON n : 0 we retirement homes! io. 2-ATTRACTIVE ALL NEW) ave nw. RA. | 330 or JU. 5-4)22 <2 
HOWARD JR ie chick s tit 7 . { wooded tot road frontage. near cart of town) San term ao  tnet ©! COTTAGES acroas street from new PARAKEETS—Gelling out AUTOMOBILE LOANS 90 WANTED = 
City M Gt. Mi 13 les south I 6-4131 filiandale Fo:est. Md.s mn) UND 0988. 1h. §-1333. | coon, erested parts ™ lementar hool, near stores. post ¢), Nests. boxes, fii cages make ode! 
15 ACRES diand ; n featurin Dp " eart 4-1 MRR ee 4 hese, i *| off thot . Protestant ; best offer Bx 2-3035 « aay — dogs} pe Ht cL 145 F ida ave ne ME. 6. 
MENDOUS SACRIFICE - “~ the Poves funt Country. | it en - ‘swim. PERINGE ‘wo male femaie We NEED CARS—STATION WAG- 
LEN WOO! VILLE, VA ‘' io. hs T beautiful. rolling land ' . OAKLEY & CO “ , Livin m. 2 bed-- ARC plore: iawn, JO. 159 UNION. AUTO. CREDIT KUPS. WOLFE MOTORS, 
CENTRE , : Uuttie U ry . ere ; . . ’ R Lor / ro * ° oO’ ' AN NS . a 1490 Flea Av NE Ly .48n4 $391 wis. , AVE. NW. F ~y 
ROLLING WOOD-CHEVY | ( f cane  tramiaee an P \ " SPOVCT,_ BBs 5OF- 1. 25) binetion kit. and iinette Fo dq) Dive end cream, ¢ mes. Se p U 
i + sites in the| 1050 ft. frontage on Pin 1 porehes, large jaws: ideal for| to $25. Mrs. John \PERSONAL LOANS 90a, Will ay Up 
peart ¢ : as , , Murr save e' : x . : —- : 
, J 35: es at Baws aw a . Le Now” All = immediate sale ber | PERSIAN