Skip to main content

Full text of "The Washington Post 1956-09-13: Iss 283"

See other formats


© 


f 


Basilio | egains Title 


On 


The Weather 


Today and Friday—Mostly sunny and 


warmer. Today's high 


near 85 degrees. Wednesday's tempera- 
Hidh, 80 degrees at 4:55 p. m.: 
59. degrees at 6:05 a. m. Pollen 
(Details on Page 18). 


tures: 
low. 
count—19 grains. 


ae ——— — - — 


7 


temperature 


Times 


79th Year —- No. 283 


-_ 


¥ 


Phone RE. 7-1234 «me wa 


Copryrieht 1956 
shington Post Company 


THURSDAY, 


ee we 


The Washington 


Herald 


— 


Zs : 


Post FINAL 


SEPTEMBER 13, 


WTOP Radio (1500) TV (Ch. 9) 


FIVE CENTS 


Agency to Run Suez Traffic Planned 


By 


ig Three as Best Hope for Peace 


Ike Exhorts 


Republicans 
To Arouse 


All Citizens 


Need to Acquaint 
People With Issues 
Is Emphasized at 
Gettysburg Rally 


or wiciré or 


(Text 
By Edward T 


Page 6) 


Folliard 


ii. 
S.4au (Ff 


GETTYSBURG, Sept. 12 
President Eisenhower 
opened his campaign for a 
second term here today,.and 
called on Republicans to 
make an all-out effort on a 
battle ground that takes in 
the whole United States. 

He evidently spnsed that 
members of his Grand Old Par- 
ty had been shaken by the 
spectacular Democratic victo- 
ries in normally Republican 
Maine on Monday He told 
them 
with “ligat.im the eye and joy 
n the Beart. 

“Possimism has never yet 
won a battie,” he said at one 
point. And at another: “I think 
maybe Maine has a lesson in 


iO £90 ini 


ing registration this year, 
ing that “a ' 
lot is like a soldier without a 
builet.” He urged Republicans 
to seek out “converts” every- 
where regardiess of political 
background, and not to write 
olj any state as “hopeless.” 

The Chief Executive gave his 
fight talk on his 189-acre farm 
here on the edge of the Gettys- 
burg battlefield. His audience, 
assembied under a big carnival 
or revival tent, was made up 
of 650 Republican leaders from 
Washington and the 48 states, 
and volunteer workers includ- 
ing some “Democrats for Ei- 
senhower.” 

It may have been the battle- 
field atmosphere, or maybe the 
onset of another political war 
~—whatever it was, Gen. Elsen- 
hower was talking soldier talk 
today. His speech was studded 
with words like “tactics,” “mo- 
rale,.” “battle order,” and so on. 

It was 12 days less than a 

ear since his heart attack in 
Jenver, and three months 
since his ileitis operation. 

He evoked a cheer from the 
crowd at the outset by saying: 

“I want, first of all, to an- 
swer a question | have been 
asked every day for just about 
a year: Ladies and gentlemen, 
] feel fine!” 

The day was a sparkling one, 
and the soldier-statesman, at- 
tired in tweeds, was in a buoy- 
ant mood. He wound’ up his 


speech by telling a joke about, 


a long-winded man with a bald 
head. But one of the biggest 
laughs came when. he men*- 
tioned Maine, the source of 
Monday's bad news for the Re- 
publicans. 

He was stressing the point 
that the 1956 GOP campaign 
must be waged all over the 
Nation 

We have a great party.” 
SA! 1 
in this party right now work- 
ing in the cities all the way 
from Puget Sound down to 

See IKE, Page 7, Col. 1 


7 


he 


PHONE 
TODAY 


to place your 
weekend want ads 
in the big 
Saturday & Sunday 
Classified Seetions 
of The 
¥ ashington Post 


e and Times Herald 


voter without a bal: 


President and Mrs. 


Eisenhower serve themselves at 


Associated Press 


buffet supper of fried chicken and potato salad on their 


Gettysburg farm, which was 


the scene yesterday of a Re- 


publican rally to launch Ike's reelection campaign. 


the eye and joy Ems 12,000-Mile Canvass ie 


New Va. Bill 


Set to Block 
Integration 


‘Stanley’s Measure 
Gives Him Powers 
To Close Schools 
And Shift Students 


By Robert E. Baker 
Stal Reporter 

RICHMOND, Sept. 12 
Gov. Thomas B. Stanley 
sponsored more school legis- 
lation today in a bid to get 
“a more respectable major- 
ity” of the General Assembly 
to support his program to 
prevent any integration any- 


where in Virginia. 


Adlai Told He Will Carry | 
“rie cated tor a ecorarese Q Middle Atlantic States 


By Robert C. Albright 


Staff Reporter 


NEW YORK, Sept. 12—Ad- 
lai Stevenson today completed 
iis 12,000-mile Nation-wide 
canvass of party leadership 
views with a brightly optimis- 
tic report from the Middle At- 
lantic states. 

The Democratic nominee 
heard forecasts of victory from 
New York, Pennsylvania, Mary- 
land and three other states in 
this region, all but one of which 
voted for President Eisenhower 
in 1952 

Even the voteless District of 
Columbia, represented here at 
this eighth and last Democratic 
regional rally, had a cheering. 
if slightly previous, contribu- 
tion to make. 

“We are working on the in- 
augural and we are getting 
re ady for the inaugural pa- 
rade,” said MefVin D. Hildreth, 
the District's Democratic Na- 
tional Committeeman. 

“We are working desperately 
hard for the victory we know 
we will win.” 

Hildreth used the occasion 
to put in another plug for Dis- 
trict suffrage, reminding Ste- 
vensor that his grandfather, 
Vice President under Cleve- 
land, believed Washington resi- 
dents should have the right to 
vote. 

“You have no idea what it is 
like not to be able to vote,” he 


told the 200 Middle Atlantic 


state Democratic leaders as- 
sembled here. 

With his running mate, Sen. 
Estes Kefauver, at his side, 
Stevenson concluded at this 
meeting an unprecedented 17- 
day swing through eight far- 
flung regions of the United 
States. 


Ruppar Denies He 


‘af 


The Governor introduced the 
new bill and attempts by him 
and his top supporters to per- 
sutde recalcitrant legislators to 
go along with the new program. 

However, it was reported, a 
17-member Senate bloc which 
is insisting on some sort of 
local option to mect the school 

lem remained firm in its 
— to the new pro- 
s. 

Stanley said his original pro- 
gram—the withholding of state 
school funds from communities 
where integration takes place 

—would go into effect only 
‘after all the provisions of the 
new feature had been tried and 
failed. 

Here is the new program: 

® School officials -who assign 

students would become agents 


in Maine acted like adrenalin of the General Assembly. If a 
ou this last regional rally at Negro pupit were assigned to 


the Biltmore Hotel. 
Gov. 


Averell Harriman set the G 


a white school, the school offi- 
cials wou'd be suspended and 
overnor, as agent for the 


the pace by predicting flatly‘Assembly would take over. 


that New York will cast its 45 
electoral votes for Stevenson 


Stevenson told the party lead- 
ers he was “less surprised than 
most” at the Maine results, be- 
cause of his talks with Demo- 
crats of all regions and because 
he thought the 1954 congres- 
sional election portended a 
change. , 

Stevenson disclosed that 
among those he had talked 
to about the Maine results 
was Jar’es Cox of Dayton, Dem- 
ocratic nominee for Presidént 
in 1920. Cox phoned him last 
night from Dayton. 

“Mr. Cox said he thought 
the Maine election was one 
of the most significant in many 
years,” said Stevenson. “He 
said he thought it Dlustrated 
that the country has begun to 
appreciate something is wrong 
in Washington.” 

Altogether 113 electoral votes 
were represented at today's 
conference. Besides New York 
(45 electoral votes), Pennsyl- 
vania (32) and Maryland (9), 
states sending leaders were 
New Jersey (16), West Virginia 
(8) and Delawa‘e (3). Of these, 
only West Virginia voted for 
Stevenson in 1952. 


Maryland leaders fairly ex- 
uded optimism. T. Barton 
Harrington, Maryland State 
Chairman, said he felt “a 
surge of . Democratic 
ment” in Maryland. He said 


® The school would be closed 
and the Governo: would in- 
vestigate the matter. Stanley 
said he wold “have the oppor- 
tunity to tlk to parents to see 
if we could satisfy them.” 

He said he would try to “en- 
courage the Negro pupil to re- 
turn to the Negro school.” The 
Governor said the bill would 
also give him authority to close 
a single integrated classroom 
within an otherwise all-white 
school if that proved practical. 

elif the school returned to 
a segregated basis, it would be 
reopened. If not, the Governor 
would assign students to 
another school. 

®if that doesn't turn out, 
the schoo] would remain closed 
and the students would receive 
tuition grants for private 
schooling until the school 
could be reopened on a segre- 
gated basis. 

If all this did not prevent 
integration, then the Governor 
could invoke his original plan . 
and withhold state aid from 
the community. 

Some legislators admitted 
confusion over the Governor's 
program. Stanley, in a press 
conference, said one of the new 


‘bill's provisions would also 


authorize him to close down 


Users to Pilot 
Their Own Ships; 
Cairo Calls Act | 


War Provocation 


| 
| 
| Reuters 
| 


LONDON, Sept. 12 Sir An-' 
thony Eden announced today 
that Britain, France and the 
United States are setting up 

“provisional” association 
of Suez Canal users which 
will, “without delay,” con- 
trol the movement of ships 
through the canal despite its 
nationalization by Egypt. 


[In Cairo, Col. Abdel Kader 
Hatem, J)jrector-General of 
the Egyptian Information De- 
partment, called the wusers- 
association plan “an act of 
provocation with the obvious 
aim of creating a situation) 
resulting in armed aggression 
against Egypt and leading to 
war.” ] 

Eden told an emergency ses- 
sion of the House of Com- 
mons that if Egypt interfered 
with the operation of the as- 
sociation, Britain and others 
concerned would be .free to 
take further steps to assert 
their rights—“either through 
the United Nations or by other 
means.’ 


He said that for Britain.) 


military action was always the | 


last resort. He added: 


“We will continue to make 
vevery effort, in concert with) 
our allies, to secure our rights 
by negotiation. But should 
those éfforts fail, the Govern- 
ment must be free to take 
whatever steps are open to 
it to restore the situation. That 
is the policy of this Govern-| 
ment which I ask the House to 
approve.” 


Text of Plan 


Here, in the words of British Prime Minister Sir Anthony | 
Eden, is the plan which Eden says ts agreed upon by the United | 


States, Britain and France as their next move in the Suez crisis. 


“We have decided in agreement with our French and 
American Allies that an organization shall be set up without 
delay to enable the users of the canal to exercise their 
rights. This users’ association will be provisional in character 
and we hope that it will help to- prepare the way for a 
permanent system which can be established with the full 
agreement of all interested parties. Although discussions 
are still proceeding, between the three governments—the 
United States, France and ourselves—about the details of 
this plan, I can now give the House the broad oufline by 
accord with the other countries. 

“It will be as follows: The members of the users’ association 
will include the three governments I have already mentianed. 
. and the other principal users of the cahal will be invited 
to join. We hope that the pattern of membership will be as 
representative as possible. The users association will employ 
pilots, will undertake responsibility for coordination of traffic 
through the canal, and in general will act as a voluntary 
association for the exercize of the rights of Suez Canal users. 


“The Egyptian authorities will be requested to cooperate 
in maintaining the maximum flow of traffic through the 
canal. It is contemplated that Egypt shall receive appropriate 
payment from the association in respect of the facilities 
provided by her, but the transit dues will be paid to the 
users association and not to the Egyptian authorities. 


“Through this organization, it should be possible to estab- 
lish a system of transit of the canal for a substantial volume 
of shipping. Of course we recognize that a provisional organi- 
zation of this kind, designed to meet amgmergency, cannot 
be in a position to provide for the major developments 
which are becoming urgently necessary if the canal is to 
continue adequately to serve thé interests of its users, and 
we also recognize that the attitude of the Egypian govern- 
men will have an important bearing on the capacity of the 


association to fulfill oo it the Bayniien ‘ 
“But I must make it clear that gy amen 
should seek to interfere with the operation of he Gnacio: 
tion or refuse to extend to it the essential minimum of co- 
operation then that government will once more be in breach 
of the convention of 1888. 
“I must remind the House that what I am saying is the | 
y result of exchanges of view between three governments. In 
| that event, Her Majest ri ore government and others conce 
will be free to take suc fusther stape és s00tk to be font 
either through the United Nations or by other means, for | 
the assertion of their rights.” 


U.S. Statement 


Opposition leacer Hugh 


Gaitskell, who spok next, 
made clear that the Labor 
Party was deeply and bitterly 
opposed to Eden's 
Labor is almost certain to 
move a motion.of censure 
against the Government when 
the debate ends Thur-day. 


Eden said the “users’ asso-| 
ciation” would be a provisional) 
organization which would pre- 
pare the way for a permanent'| 
system to be agreed on by all| 
interested parties. It, would'~ 
collect canal dues, employ 
pilots and be responsible for 
coordinating traffic. Egypt 
would be paid for the use 
facilities. 


British and French officials 
said later, that the ‘proposal 
was American-inspired and 
that the United States would’ 
take a full part in it. 

He said. there was no inten- 
tion of referring the Suez dis- 
pute at this point to the United 
Nations, but added_that the 
Security Council had been noti- 
fied of the situation. 

“This puts us in a position 
for urgent action if that be 
comes necessary,” Eden said. 

(This formal notification of 
the Suez crisis was transmitted 
to the U. N. today for the first 
time by means of a letter 
handed by Sir Pierson Dixon of 


Sef SUEZ, Page 10, Col. 1 


the Negro school from which! 


senti-| 


the Negro pupil transferred to 
the white school. 

But experienced legislators 
could not find such a provision 


wetcined s Democratic victory; See ADLAI, res 4, Col.3 See VIRGINIA, Page 3, Col. 4 
“We have got individuals _.___ 


Had Inside Tip 


| 


United Press 
The Civil Aeronautics Board 
yesterday ousted one of its at- 
torneys who bought Northeast, 
Airlines stock a day after the. 
‘Board secretly granted North- 
east the lucrative “GOdild Coast” 


(brokerage clerk who advised! 


him of unusual activity in the 

stock. The CAB said the clerk 

‘supported Ruppar’s version in 
sworn testimony. 


Rup 
its 


CAB Attorney Loses Job in Purchase 
Of Airlines Stock After Route Award 


termined immediately 


‘cedure 
But the Board said it ousted’ Dae belt than, © didledl 
r, 47-year-old attorney into grant Northeast the 
ureau of Air Operations, york-Miami route was not an- 


New 


route between New York and for violating a rule barring) ynounced publicly until Aug. 10. 


Miami. 
The attorney, Albert H. Rup- 
par, insisted he resigned to 


take anofher Government job. The attorney Tuesday” that be The Board then asked the pixon 
orth- 


Aug. 3, just a day 


He also. said he sold his stock 


CAB employes from 


Aug. 3, some 24,000 shares 


owning— ‘On 
or buying—airlines stock. It of Northeast stock were traded 


asked Ruppar 
explain his stock purchase. 


at a heari 
> 
pi eral 


Tuesday 


r five days ago to fake stock e 


a. The price 
\rose sever dollars 


Lawmaker, Wife 
Die Hour A part 


CHICAGO, Sept. 12 (}—Carl - 
.R. Chindblom, former Republi- 
ican Congressman, and his wife’ 
of 49 years died an hour ener 


policies. 


- eral 


| Text of the State Department statement on the plan for a 
“users association” to operate the Suez Canal: 


“If the United Kingdom alone or in association with 
others should propose a users association to be organized 
by the 18 nations which sponsored the London. proposals, 
or such of them as were so disposed, and perhaps others, 


the United States will participate in such a users associa- 


tion. We assume that the users association would exercise 
on behalf of the users the rights which re theirs under 
the 1888 Convention and seek such cooperation with Egypt 
as would achieve the results designed to be guaranteed 
od that convention.” 


> Karly Consbieiitiein Seen 


For Cabin John Bridge 


(Story and map an Page 17) 
By a Stat Reporter 
RICHMOND, Sept. 12—The between Virginia and 
State Highway Department /and, would be $260,000 


; It also means that the Fed- 
has given a highly favorable eral Government - would 


report on prospects for early 99 per cent of Virginia's o 
construction of both the belt road cost of $42,206,000. 


Cabin John bridge across the 
Potomac river and Virginia's 
portion of the circumferential diction over 


Mary- 


technically be in Maryland, be- 


the Potomac 


highway to bypass Washing-|River, the Department said no. 


legislation is needed for Vir- 
in a re- ginia to share the cost. 
The Department 


The Department, 
port to the Governor and gen- 
assembly, 


that the Federal Government lieve” business and 


govern 
would pay 90 per cent of the mental activities will increase’ 
bridge 


and highway 


Although the bridge would 
cause of the Free State's juris- 


U. S. to Support 
Plan if Others 
Join; New Talks’ 
Expected Soon 


| By Chalmers M. Roberts 
/ 


Staf Reporter 


The United States, Britain 
land France yesterday em- 
barked on a new and bold 
plan to crack the Suez Canal 
crisis. 

The plan, drafted by Secre- 
tary of State John. Foster 
Dulles and first announced in 
London by British Prime Min- 
ister Anthony Eden, is to set 
up a new Suez Canal “users 
association” from among the 
8 nations which recently 
agreed that the canal should 
be under international opera- 
tion. 

While Eden’s statement said 
flatly that the Big Three had 
already agreed to the plan, a 
State Department announce- 
ment put American partici- 
pation on an “if” basis—if it 
is organized by the 18 nations. 
Tie expectation here last night 
was that the 18 will shortly 
meet again in London to do 
just that. 

The idea is to allay the crisis 
and thus avoid a shooting war. 
The hope is that the new plan 
will give Britain and France an 
phtereative to the use of force 
against pt simee they re- 
iesain ddtirnined not to let 
Egyptian President Gamal Ab- 
del Nasser “get away with” his 
eee 


i The ‘ens of the ¢ plan will 
n the ship, 
one at th the men 
Levee: yf for the 
‘Egyptian company but now to. 
‘be hired by the new “associa- 
tion,” attempts to pass through 
‘the canal, perhaps in a week or 
10 days. Egypt will be asked 
to let it pass with the proviso 
‘that the tolls less cost of the 
pilotage, will be paid to Egypt 
by- the “association” which will 
have collected it from the 
shipper. 

Whether it will work was 
the big unknown last night. If 
not, the alternatives are: war, 
referring the issue to the 
United Nations, rerouting ship- 
ping around the Cape of Good 
‘Hope. 
| To Washington, the plan is 
ifelt to be the best way, how- 
ever imperfect, to put off the 
evil day of an armed clash. 
The feeling here in the past few 
days since Nasser rejected the 
16-nation proposal for interna- 
tional control has been that 
war again was a clear possibil- 
ity, if not a probability. 

The United States has not 
‘sought nor has it received any 
pledge from Britain and France 
that force.will not be used if 


D See POLICY, Page 12, Col. 1 
war 


U.S. Paratrooper 
Saved i in Mid-Air 


FT. BRAGG, N. C., Sept. 12 
#—An 82d girborne Division 
trooper saved a fellow 


'para 

stated trooper’s life today when he 

pointed out)“there is every reason to be-caught him 1000 feet above 
~ the 


Specialist 2/e Roger D. 


cost in the northern Virginia area. Busch of Albuquerque, N. M. 
Peine 


under the 1956 Federal High- As an example, the report cited|saved Sgt. 1/c Leon L. 
way Act. This means the re- the location of the Central In- of Texas. The two rode down 


maining share of the bridge telligence Agency headquar- 


which oer be divided ters * 


cost, Langley. 


on the single parachute 


Busch, landing on a dirt road. 


Some of Them Mreable 


‘today. 


Mrs. Chindblom, 74, died in 
‘the arms of her o4-year-old h hus 
‘band and he died of a 
ailment sho after BR ihnn ace 
ing a physician. Cause of Mrs Tn 

hindblom’s death was not et 


Chindblom represented thel 


BRBL 


att. 


“Gun Parts Stolen in Junkyard Found 


In Homes of 30 Prince Chores Boys 


(Picture on Page 3.) 
By Ralph F. Reikowsky 
Stat Reporter 
Ninety weapons including 71 


: 


F 


: 
Fs 


4 Ess 
ez E Fe 5 
z Phat g 3 


= 


+ | ere 


| THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD. a iisaiilichaeeiies - te on 
Ss RLS ST al TA So Daniel Wins Control 


Wiley, Seeking 4th Term | n " kK, fe Ei ‘ - 5 Of Texas Democrats BRENNER 


eas iF” £2.58 Bi tg By Dave Cheavens | C A M Hs AR A 
' ad oN ae a 7 2» : FORT WORTH, Tex. Sept.lelection. Daniel was a Demo- 
nh ena eC Ca s “es ae a ss gd ls’ 12 “*—One of-the roughest,'cratic bolter in 1952 and until) 
s he ae tee rowdiest conventions in years'yesterday had not given un- 

; He “e today handed Sen. Price Dan-' 


"Os ae se qualified support to the na 
. 7 | ‘Sh sal iel command of the Texasitional ticket. | 
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 12 ™ be a rematch of the 1954 race. wae 


| * ie Democratic Party after Sen.| paniel came out on top in : 
| Wisconsin's Sen. Alexander Neither Hill nor Chenoweth ie: , Lyndon B. Johnson and Houseithe midst of shouted peotects SALE 


| ) +4}, Dad primary opposition . Z | Speaker Sam Rayburn joined »| 
:  eeey, sero ioe mys fight pion Two other Colorado shail ) a in giving him a badly peodedinne force connie, dclanation 
|uhe. Republican organization in pent Representatives. Demo-| j boost. mas one of the “biggest and 
the state to the people, won the crats Wayne N. Aspinall and a re A militant loyalist-liberal\dirtiest steals” in the history SAVE ON EVERYTHING 
GOP renomination for a fourth Byron G. Rogers, were unop-| ie segment of the party booediof Texas politics. 
term in yesterday's primary posed in the primary. the congressional trio as they Using those words were. BRAND NEW! 


| | _ {teamed in maneuvering the\county Judge Jim Sewell of iginal F 

election. Washington + convention into setting Daniel|Gorsicana a George Weiss ie rie ag ek 

See TOPPEE DORMS YEP re up as titular party head foriof Brownfield, Daniel oppo- wre . 

\eran, who asked the voters to Magnuson Wins 4 two years by a 1006 to 869i nents. Their protests were DISCOUNTS 

} support his stand against “the , | hentia Benge io hye, overridden by a majority that 

self-appointed kingmakers” of | Popularity Race eatcalls. a detention Linen 

the regular Republican groups,)  ___. ATTLE. Se ne sini | Daniel won only after heals claimed their delegation} * 

defeated Rep. Glenn R. Davisg. ©": A, Sept. mon * had flatly indorsed Adlaiiwhich was banned was the’ . ; 

nn by less than 10,000 votes. | publican hopes of unseating | Stevenson and Estes Kefauver, legally constituted one. or WA, Lens ow 
Unofficial returns. from 3305 Democratic Sen. Warren G.) se 5 , and given full consent to set-| The crucial test vote came on! Reg. 999.50 Argus 6-4 Camera, 

‘of the state’s 3348 precincts Magnuson received a jolt in 4 ting up the party organization'a roll call on seating the con- Res 59 50 Argus C-4 Tele oF 


'gave Wiley 217,402 votes. Davis, te wy . 
8 , ; | « work for them in the general servatives from Houston. me. “alk oh ty eettne ties 
s epaeiieada die Camer 2 


‘indorsed by the Republican yesterday's Washington State é "oa ‘ oe 
istate convention that rebuffed primary election. Reg 138 So oda anal tel 
“amr » 
Reg. 13 50 Retina IIIC Lesther 
e 


Wiley last May, polled 207,693. yy, Tnit 

| Magnuson rolled up 136,500 Vanes Frese 10.00 

A third man in the race, Mil- Reg. 17.90 Retina 35-80 Op- ‘ 
tica ncer 3.50 


. > 
™ —_——_——__> : 
; ‘ h s0V. J . 
‘waukee Attorney Howard H.|™ore votes than Gov. Arthur! won gen. Price Daniel (D-Tex.) was booed by a militant Matne Seizes A ll Ballots Reg. 33.78 Kogak Pony 1380 
' a ; 26.95 


Boyle Jr.. drew 20,292 votes. 38. Langlie, the keynote speaker | 
Internationa! News | Wiley will be opposed in the at the Republican National Con- pag ae segment of his party at the state Demo- Res 15.0 pe Signet Cam- 
| November election by Henry vention. Neither had opposition, ¢?ti¢ convention at Fort Worth, J. E. Flowers (left), chair- fr a Dd aS TES ecsttn oh 448 59.50 
After Utah Victory |W. Maier, 38-year-old Minority| The count was 398,096 to 261,- man of the Jefferson County delegation, had to restrain Ol aX f ecte ecount Ht comers, Case. Flash |. 67.50 
Leader of the State Senate. 488 in.unofficial returns today Sergeant-atarms Tom Hickman (right) from striking Sam | Mk. meta, Case, Piash 73.00 
George D. Clyde, the political _who won the Democratic Sena- from all but 370 of the state’s' Morris (seated at left), an alleged heckler. Morris was | ‘hier : ’ ‘ah! 
newcomer who ended Gov, (torial nomination from former |4781 precincts elected when fficiais learned he was net 6 delecate: | AUGUSTA, Me., Sept. 12 # from the GOP, The Repub- ney, Sate poate Highlander 
J. Bracken Lee’s bid for an Democratic State Chairman El-| Voters get a blanket ballot in ——-_ 7 —— -———. — __... The state today called in all licans retained the Third Dis ag. Ss oe Saaaee 71.90 
unprecedented third term in liot_ N. Walstead. The vote, in| Washington's primaries and can | ballots in Maine’s 28-votes- trict. | 
3305 of 3348 precincts, was cross between the parties at Arizona Pickett, who had no opposition apart First District House elec-;| A tabulation late Monday DISCOUNT OVER 40% 


Utah, is shown after Lee com: | 154554 for Maier, 71,370 for wi ir bal : 
hoe ' ’ , I g th } r 
ceded defeat. 'Waistead. will in their balloting. in the Democratic primary. ition race to safeguard them un-inight gave a 72-vote lead to 35mm. Slide Cooling Projector 


Pareters | In the race for the state's if . Rep. Chester Merrow,, 
Less than a third of the Congressman-at-large seat, the GOP Nominates whipped Russell H. McGuirk of eae or ee ened Ge ek 
state's estimated 2,250,000 vote total for the Democratic Hampton, a political novice, 


: pe ing revised Hale’s lead to - rSkan” ide Pree 
voters went to the polls. : , | ’ ; , a 08 The wnofficialtabulation| The First Congressional Dis- flail 
Senate Race Both Wiley and tl incumbent was 139,000 higher! N eu s paper Aide pee baypne vor the GOP's first' ve the veteran Rep. Robertitrict has the state’s populous| < : 7 P alias 


73.95 
47.50 
139.50 


; 
; 


cam- that the total for two relatively 
: paigned on their records of sup-|u. brown Lote tay PHOENIX, Ariz. Sept. 12 Merrow will be opposed in Hale 58,027 to 57,999 for oe a = — 
il W port for the Eisenhower Admin- F : H sriff 4 November by James B. Sullj-\°cTt James C. Oliver—a for-Cumberland, Sagadahoc and 
Kas y on istration. dates, while in five of six con- orace Griffen today won the van, a Manchester lawver. who ™¢® GOP Congressman in theOxford. It includes Portland, 
Wiley’s troubles with the gressional districts the vote for, Republican nomination for jo. .ced John Rogers Penn of 52me_ district. A tabulation er-/t§2 largest city; the mill cities] — Res. szo05 | Snr. ‘ine, ¢ 
Im d party organization date back to Republican incumbents was Governor of Arizona. Manchester 12915 to 6376 in Tot Of only 00024 per cent could'of Biddeford and Saco, andi} SALE $19.95 5). \ens. 
Ҥ a a ge his support of President Eisen. higher than combined totals of Griffen, state advertising the only major Democratic change the unofficial result. (shipbuilding Bath. The famed) DISCOUNT 
\hower against conservative ele-- Democratic candidates. | ' contest in the primar | The official result probably Sebago Lake and resort town ——--- --—-- 
ATLANTA, Sept. 12 #—Her- ments in the Party. gly agricultura | Rep. Perkins Bass crushed Res. 32.50 Gen 
man E. Talmadge swept to vic-, Nine of the 10 incumbent rep- southeastern district, the totals Papers, Inc. won over O. D. yrichael Savchick of Berlin, a Wen the Governor and Coun-| Paul A. MacDonald, chief of F “ 
tory at the polls today on his|Tesentatives were renominated of two Democrats were 2000 Miller, and Fred Trump. newcomef to politics, 95 384 to cil meet. the Maine elections division, 
plea for an “overwhelming, Without opposition. Republican above the vote for Rep. Hal] Griffen will meet Democra- 8104 in ‘the Republican second), Democrats made great gains)said he is ome - all ballots 
mandate” to carry his fight fer, and Democratic candidates for olmes, who was unopposed for tic Gov. Ernest W. McFarland district congressional contest, |" the election. Gov. pone an First District poe hove lec 
states rights—and racial segre-| Governor also were unopposed. |Tenomination in the November election. Mc-| Bass will meet Democratic|>: Muskie was reelected with aider the yey goes —* ae Ree, 3280 Ween se! ary 1270 
gation to the United States) ,. | The winners of the nomina- Farland was unopposed for re- nominee George F. Brown of record vote. The party wrested'candidate or the other will ask} ™*) cc. md 
Senate Utah itions for Governor were State nomination. Winchester in November. ‘%¢ Second District House seat'for an inspetcion of the vote. oe. es tek ee 
The 43-year-old former Gov- Sen. aes Rosellini, Demo-| Democrats oo ang! Hay- Brown was nominated without —— —— M-2 age ete ae pas 22.95 
ernor scored in the Democratic’ ’ oO \crat, and Lt. Gov. Emmett An- den, Chairman of the Senate opposition. and Case 12.95 
orlenery over an old rival, M. E.| Gov. Lee Loses \derson, Republican. Appropriations Comittee, a, | FULL KEYBOARD 2 wai 1 and tase ee SoA Meee 
Thompson, another former) | 3d T Bid | | solid majority in his bid to win Vermont — at PAS..230 Case for any Expe- 
Governor. His prize was the) m erm pil Minnesota | | ope sage ee pry ty ye Po] § A fa 4? 5S } a sure Meter SISCOUE 
: i Pe Phoenix armacis obert ie : . 
Senate seat being vacated BY! Sarr LAKE CITY, Sept. 12 : | Phees: P . | Robert Stafford |... = a. . oe 
nar bh a phe BP bP ne og ‘"—Utah Republicans rejected GOP Has Slim ) Maricopa County Attorney ° | MONTHLY AND uP ay (. ~ Slide Projectors 
Talmadge had a | | William P. Mahoney Jr., de- Is GOP’s Choice | & 


ballot box smash to strengthen Gov. J. Bracken Lee’s bid for : . ] * 
his hand for a fight in Congress renomination for an unprece- Vote Margin Sees Waly Sem oe oe MONTPELIER, Vt. Sept. 12 Plus Hauling Charges 80 Argus 
ihe: <r P nh pag ny third term yesterday MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 12 ™ trict 1. ; Oh 30 Republicans have) STORY & CLARK GEORGE STECK 59 Kodak aiznel ow 
states rights and local self and named newcomer George The Minnesota primary, billed) Mahoney will face incum- © osen Robert T. Stafford, 43- CHICKERING MASON & HAMLIN 5.00 
determination.” D. Clyde as their candidate for|#5 4 test of strength between bent Republican John J. omen Navy veteran, to be) H. M. CABLE WINTER STEINWAY 
With almost half the votes Governor in the November Republicans and Democratic- Rhodes in November. Hayden ““e running mate of Gov. WURLITZER HUNTINGTON BREMEN 
counted, Thompson failed to Seneral election. Glyde is chair- Farmer-Laborite (DFL) wound will face former Republican Joseph B. Johnson in the BRADBURY MUSETTE CABLE-NELSON ; 
ony ) J j , up today as a R bli ic- State Atty. Gen. Ross F. Jones, November election. | : + MOVIE CAMERAS 
lead in a single county. Tal-|™an of the Utah water and|"P ‘day epunlican vic- ota ¥ poy deg. 2995 Brownle 
madge had led in 113 of the power board. tory so narrow as to be incon- who defeated Albert MacKen-| There was no contest for ; . ol LA Moyle Camers, 8-mm. 


, ; ty Governor in yesterday's pri-) ‘Ee. tft 
ith a unit total) Clyde wil Clusive, | zie. aS, emis —_—_—— da 
of 304. pone tbchn with 206 re- Chy Commies | Amey C = Senay In each year since the Demo- mary and Stafford’s contest it t Soonraescece eromees | 
quired to nominate. — ney, winner in a close Demo-\ nen’ 4°4 Farmer Labor parties New Bampenire OF ne ane tans Speaker “13th &GSts.NW: ¢ 9932Ge. Ave.S.S. ¢ 5167 Lee Hwy. Ari. | Salome tis 
emera, 8-mm.. 1:19 62.50 
‘ 279.00 Cine 


in only at slide 
prevents ~ 
" i+ 


eral 


The popular vote was Tal-icratic gubernatorial primaryie =o in 1944, the party cast- of the Vermont House, was a) STerling 3-9400 JUniper 5-1105 KEnmore 8-5060 esdee w-108 


ing the heaviest vote i . ’ highlight of the balloting. Staf- 
mates, oe . bee op this rg hh tag John 8. Boyden, Bl orimary has been oon tani tal D winell N amed ford, now Attorney Nanaral re: 19. pnp 
Pa wr © aturney. istate contests in November. | e_ \prevailed 33,307 to 16,586. FOR SALE Sant 2 ccrmtone 
in a ie enuntll ok Political observers believe) With only about 10 per cent For Governorshtp The present Lieuténant Gov- | nel Air Magazine, 1:25 

y one : oid, te taki a those who voted against Lee on of the precincts uncounted from| * lernor, Mrs. Consuelo N., fons tur 
sys —y t r “a ‘in er ‘aioe Republican side did so be-'Tuesday’s primary, Republicans) MANCHESTER, N. H., Sept./Bailey, did not seek renomina- 
a - , a x — cause of Lee’s criticism of held a margin of fewer than 12 “#— Republican Gov. Lane tion, | 

e leader in u . President lg the}12,000 votes, based on the con- Dwinell won renomination for) Sen. George D. Aiken (R- 


Georgia also nominated 10| United Nations, fore! . 
gn anditests for nominations for Goy-a second two-year term by Vt.) and Rep. Winston L. 
es _ ee ae the income tax. lernor. a 5393-vote margin, complete Prouty (R-Vt.) also won Repub- 19 56 PON . } AC 
a tihess canes bene ne two Republican Rep-| Gov. Orville Freeman, DFL New Hampshire primary re-lican renominations without _ s00W 
° +! senta - , 
Prince H. Preston, E. L. For- ves. In Congress—eandidate for a second term, turns showed today. Ene oni 2699 it Poses ee 


J Henry Aldous Dixon and Wil. got 237,306 votes on unofficial) The Governor's battle with) The only other state-wide = sak Redacseene 
mal nae Sa a vo A. Daweon—were renom-(returns from 3414 of the state’s Atty. Wesley Powell of Hamp- contest saw Frederick M. Pasa Sound Projector 
‘ nated without opposition.'3910 precincts, and Ancher ton Falls was the highlight of Reed, Deputy Attorney Gen- . ' ith 1000 mi 99.95 Keystone -100M 
and Iris Blitch took early leads) nemocrats chose C. F. Gron- Nelsen, former REA adminis- yesterday's voting, in which'eral under Stafford, nominated eee ee ee oaded with accessories, used les, senagne-seope £00 Watts, 


on first returns. ning and Os , "i , : 4 ‘ | M - Bo 
Although they will not offer £ scar W. McConkie trator, 261,584 from 3405 pre- Sen. Norris Cotton (R-N. H.) for Attorney General with 27, Spicer and viewer and 


Jr., state legislators, to oppose cincts as he won the Republican and the state's two GOP Con-'718 votes to 15,639 for Regi- 

scalicaan ‘pine to eater condi] eh nomination. gresamen "won renomination nald'T. Abare, former mor} =F LOOOD PONTIAC 

puodlicans pian Sen. Wallace F. Bennett, Re-| All the state's nine Congress- easily. - of Barre. . DISCOUNTS 

publican, also was nominated men, four Republicans and five| Unofficially tabulated returns; The Democrats had no con-| 4221 Connecticut Avenue ° WO. 6-8400 fF SS 

congressional seate panes oe — He will be Democratic - Farmer-Laborites,| gave Dwinell 38,7862 votes to tests for their MOMIMALIONS, femmes a ee SPECIAL PURCHASE 

0 ' , | RRA SEI ATM | LO a 
"Mate Genster, who defamed] Chosen to repren ye ge LOUIS & DAN BROWN, LTD.—OPEN TODAY 9 TO 9 


dates in the general election| 
for at least two of the Georgia! 


a state Senator, who defeated| Chosen to represent the GOP| Dwinell’s opponent in the vv on new 1956 model 
former Gov. Herbert B. Maw against DFL Rep. Roy W. Wier Nov. 6 election will be John wt 4x5 Graphic 
GOP Quotes for the Democratic nomina-\in the 3d District was George Shaw, a former Rochester we SARIS aE i 
; He ne i . aan. ay Panag nee ag mayor. Shaw was a u e ° ! pa ag cs Ss rite 

; noffiicial returns from 988 Former Rep. Harold Hagen for the Democratic nomination. 
Democrats of Utah's 1029 voting districts defeated two opponents for the) Cotton topped the GOP tick- New Dimensions in Comfort! hae Plea mi is aoe 

listed these vote totals: Republican nomination for Con- et with 61,216 votes to 9211 a 0M. ; 

. For Republican Governor: gress from the 9th District. He'for Joseph E. Moore of West 

Own Gibes Clyde 61,574; Lee 53,278. will oppose Coya Knutson, Canaan. 
For Democratic Governor: DFL, who beat him two years) Cotton's November rival will 

er 40,072; Boyden 37,104, ago. ‘be State Rep. Laurence M. 


For Democratic U. 8. Sena- 
circulated some Democratic! ,... ) ——————————— 
statements yesterday — cracks) tor: Hopkin 44,023; Maw 33,738, -=———__EMEEE I eshingion'’s Only Slacks Specialist 


Fe tnest 
which Adlai E. te, Sen. Colerade | 
Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) and, : , 12" CF... 
former President Truman once) B . ) x iis TF: 
aimed at each other. | rannant Trails iN outs hecie Se CP 
Said GOP National Chairman| | pa $2 
Leonard W. Hall as “wide-| In Senate Race | = 2 Binocular 


scale” distribution of the state- | 
ments was begun: | DENVER, Sept. 12 #—John <_ Reg. $15 Imported 
* “No Republican need say A. Carroll, former Denver Con- he oa ti fl ss 

anything more about these|gressman, apparently won the _— é My es 
three top Democrats than they|Democratic nomination for \ Hand Detailed 


Republicans enthusiastically 


— 


themselves have already said.”|United States Senator from “ 
The remarks, entitled, “What| Colorado today on the basis of — 
Democrats Would Prefer To nearly complete unofficial re- ' "opt . 
Forget,” were primary cam-| turns but Charles F. Brannan, .\ . > 
paign attacks exchanged by|former Secretary of Agricul- % o st i CCC ‘ 
Stevenson and Kefauver before | ture, declined to give up. ye . | : 
they became the Democratic! The unofficial vote in 1785 A | 7 
jae paren and vice presi- - see gat = precincts: a ing ) 
ential nominees, plus deroga- Carroll, 62,391; Brannan, 60,- oy ; COLO 
Tru dear eo yD gg SR Gov. Dan. Thornton | (a : S .88 ; ein — 
Truman abou th fellow ov. Dan. Thornton | ' | ’ 
Teen hy 8 ee on eae : There’s a big difference in looks and KOD AK 
0 the Republicans "°m/nation for the seat being 
eee such remarks, during the — A ee _ ate eax ented | : comfort when your suit AUTHORIZED DEALERS 
evenson - Kefauver prima ikin, also a Republican. _ 
atte al nang ye Pt — nd The Seyeer-cld Bremnen wes po Nt is hand-shaped by Austin Leeds. astest Koda- 
each of the then-candidates for ™king his first bid for elective See our new stock with colors 
the Presidency that the other/?™'c®- ) for g 
was “mudslinging”: Kefauver’s|..1%¢ Primary decided two 9 19 and patterns in the fabrics you prefer, 
charge that Stevenson “gis- Democratic congressional nom- | : 
torted” the Senator's re¢ord:|imations. A 38-yearold Uni- : vA including hairlines and plaids. 
venson's accusation that Ke.| versity of Denver economics Ww “ . : 
fauver had “resorted to per-\Professor, Byron Johnson, won $25 Forstmann Wool 17°*5 *. Me Ours exclusively. $ 
sonal abuse and deceit” and ("© Second district nomination. Flannel Slacks Rate”, Ne i Soe 
“made false charges” about He will oppose eight-term Rep. 
Stevenson's record as Govermes . Hill of Fort Collins, § * i 
of Illinois. a Republican. Johnson beat ' i 
| Ralph L. Williams, Loveland ported | Reg. $35 to $40 Imported | 


| Use your Charge account or 
A -oopen one with us Ask For or Write For 
: COLOR Fi 


weekly newspaper -publisher.. English Wool : LM MAILING 


| Alwa B. A s Jr., son of 


i peed een ae SPORT COATS 


wT he won the third district Sutton i: x) . ee 
sreeg cratic nomination for Con-§ $ “Ogg .0n7 “nan, Short, tongs, | 9-88} Pek al \ sand Lon rh 
gress. He defeated Charles Models Sizes 36-46 4 ws 


S. Vigil of Trinidad and Den- 7 


: ger. Ades will fave, Rew > ey i " Daily . : . : 
The Board is made up of one Ha" Incumbent Rep. J, Edgar pen Thurs. 9 to 9; Open Daily 9 to 7 ‘ . 
official of each of the 143 AFL-henoweth of Trinidad. It will fgg Sp *, & SCHOENBERG & GERSHEN 


812 14th St. N.W. 
- REpublic 7-1396 


507 11th ST. N.W. (Bet. & 
anen aaee ° rt ; 


- 


ict Seen in OilM 


en’s Testimony = 


Stolen Gun Parts Found in Homes of 30 Boys . 
Police Sct. Oliver Weekley examines some the county. The weapons were all scrap 
of the 90 weapons taken by Prince Georges 
County police from the homes of 30 boys in 


Boy, 7, Kuls 
Dad in Plot 
With Brothers 


> 
NORWALK, Calif., Sept. 12 
(*#—Three brothers—10, 9 and 
7—showed no remorse today 


after admitting, police said, 
they carried out a plot to kill 
their sleeping father 

Homicide Lieut. Al Etzel said 
the boys told of planning to 
shoot their mother, too, “So 
they could run the house the 
way they wanted,” but no at 
tempt was made on her life. 

Thomas William Parker, 31, a 
steelworker, died last night of a 
bullet wound in the head. 

Etzel said he was told by 
Tommy, 10; Bobby, 9, and Rich- 
ard, 7: 

The boys decided to shoot 
their father after he repri 
manded them for breaking into 
a neighbor's garage and taking 

2-caliber ammunition. 

When they were sure he was 
asleep, Tommy handed a .22 
caliber rifle to Richard and 
said:: 

“Go on in and shoot Daddy. 

Richard fired the shot. 

A fourth brother, Harry, 4 
arid a 2-year-old sister were noi 
in on the plot. 

Their mother, Betty Parker 
28, who is expecting another 
child, discovered the shooting 
when she returned home. 

Etzel said the boys had an un- 
usual knowledge of guns, im- 
parted by their father. The 
could take a gun apart and re- 
assemble it like veterans, h 
said. 

The four brothers were taken 
to Juvenile Hall, the three 
older boys for a predetention 
hearing and the youngest fo: 
“protective custody.” 


Landslide Kills 12 


HUELVA, Spain, Sept. 12 # 
Twelve persons were crushed to 
death today in a landslide that 
crumpled their 2-story house. 
The building housed a number 
of families. 


By Warren Unna 
. Staff Reporter 
Chairman John ‘L. McClellan'since Gulf regarded NGORC | 
(D-Agk.) of the special Senate 25 4 group to educate 
the public to natural-gas prob- 
Lobbying Investigating Com- come 
mittee adjourned the second of Harold S. Skinner, associate 


a series of general counsel of the Con- 
Jinental Oi} Co. of Houston 


guns taken 


ecutive wit- 
inesses denied 
any undue in- 


: 


Swensrud ) 


; 


| The only off-note in yester- 
\day morning's low-keyed hear- 
jing came when 
pointed out that the oil ex- 
lecutives’ characterization of 
itheir general Gas Committee 
las a lobby group conflicted 
with the “research” descrip- 
tion given the Committee last 
'May by GGC Chairman Maston 
| Nixon. 
| Nixon, president of the 
Southern Minerals Corp. in 
‘Corpus Christi, Texas, had 
itemized all but the last dime 
>» iof GGC’s $119,988.22 expendi- 
') jitures. With similar precision, 
he testified that he had no per- 
sonal knowledge of anyone co 
ordinating the effort to exempt 
natural gas producers from 
|Federal regulation, 


‘Held Lebby Group 


| Yesterday, however, Sidney 
A. Swensrud, board chairman 
of the Gulf Oil Ca. of Pitts 


— a oa 
By Jim McNamars. Staff Photographer 


from a junk yard at 4557 


Tangelwood dr., Bladensburg(Story on P.1.) (burg testified GGC was in- 


“| deed a lobbying committe: “It 
so regarded itself and regis 
‘tered accordingly.” 


For this reason, Swensrud 


Teacher’s Mystery Death pls AL, Gulf decided not 


At Hotel Tryst Probed 


N. ¥. Datly News Service 
NEW YORK, Sept. 12—A 
gaunt chemist, once an under- 
ground Israeli fighter, was 
booked late today as a material 
witness after his “farewell 
date” with a brilliant young 
teacher ended in her mzyster- 
ous death, apparently by pol- 
son. 

Principals in the weird 
drama that began with a love 
affair in Turkey and climaxed 
in a Riverside Drive hotel tryst 
here that mixed champagne, 
vermouth and cyanide were: 

Miss Avis Gray, 25, holder of 
degrees from Mount Holyoke, 
Radcliffe and Harvard, former 
student at the Sorbonne in 
Paris and the University of 
Perugia in Italy, daughter of 
New York University adjunct 
professor 

Hugo Seinfeld, 34, an Israeli 
citizen, doctor of chemistry 
and research technician at 
Jacobi Hospital in the Bronx 
Municipal Hospital Center. 
with a divorced wife and three 
children back in Tel Aviv. 


Booked By Pelice 


Seinfeld was booked at 3:10 
p. m., 12 hours after he tardily 
reported Miss Gray's death in 
the Park Crescent Hotel. 

An autopsy indicated only. 
that the woman had died of 
“visceral congestion,” and an 
analysis of the vital organs was 
ordered. However, Assistant 


to write off its $3800 contri- 
butions to GGC as a business 
/expense. 

| When asked by McClellan if 
that decision had come after 
ithe committee hearings began, 
Archie D. Gray, Gulf general 
counsel, replied: “I am afraid 
the answer to that question is 
yes.” 

The Gulf executives also re- 
ported contributing $111,000 to 
the Natural Gas and Oil Re- 
sources Committee. They said 
this had been deducted from 
taxes as a business expense 


and a former NGORC official. 
testified he made four trips 
to Alabama during the fight 
over the Natural Gas Act 
amendment. mainly in an at- 
tempt to “neutralize” a group 
of 100 mayors who were plug- 
ging for continued Federal 
control. 


Worked on Mayors 


McClellan tried to get Skin- 
ner to say that NGORC had 
deluged Congress with wunau- 


McClellam,thorized telegrams from these 


mayors reversing their stand— 
similar to telegrams which 
Standard Oil of Indiana em- 
plowes had dispatched from 
Minnesota. 

Skinner said he had no such 
information. - 

Committee Counsel George 
Morris Fay also tried to get 
Herman P. Pressier, a director 
of the Humble Oil & Refining 
Co. of Houston, to admit that 
the draft of the Natural Gas 
Act amendment, as introduced 
by Rep. Oren Harris (D-Ark.) 
and Sen. J. W. Fulbright (D- 
Ark.), was actually written by 
GGC's oil executives 

Fay produced a March 2. 
1955, letter from Nixon's file 
deciaring Harris would intro- 
duce a bill in the House thet 
day “that represents the views 
of the GGC.” 

Pressier said he had never 
seen such a letter and he per- 
sonaliy recalled Congressman 
Harris saying his bill had come 
from “numerous sources.” 

The Internal Revenue Serv- 
ice is currently determining 
whether contributions to 
NGROC constitute lobbying ex- 
penses and therefore fall into 
the nondeductible category. 

Senator McClellan tentative- 
ly set Oct. 8 for a new se 
ries of hearings into congres 
sional lobbying. He challenged 
President Eisenhower to pro- 
duce the evidence which led 
him to veto the Natural Gas 
Act amendment because of 
“highly questionable activitigs” 
involved in securing its pas 
sage through the Senate. 

- 


Associated Press 


Miss Gray Seinfeld 
.. a “farewell date” 


VIRGINIA——Fr. Page I 


a wife and children. She broke 


Assembly Gets New Bill 


Cah a meneement ond ome Block Va. Integration 


Brooklyn. 

Her father, Herman A. Gray. 
and her mother, Dr. Sarah in the bill, and Stanley did not 
Gray, a City Health Depart- point it out. 
ment clinic supervisor in) Some “Southside Virginia 
Brooklyn, were not enthusi- members of the Assembly con- 
astic about Seinfeld. sider this an important point. 

Seinfeld also came to the Unless the provision is pres- 
United States, and obtained a ¢nt, they said, the Governor's 
bio-chemist’s 
Einstein College of Medicine closing down white schools 
in the Bronx. Later, he trans- While the Negro schools con- 
ferred to Jacobi Hospital. tinued to operate. 

Avis decided against Sein-| The modified Stanley piss 
feld, even though ‘his divorce is_desi to take the heat 
had gone through in Tel Aviv. off any Federal Court desegre- 

Seinfeld arranged to return Sation decrees against the 


pose the passage of a pupil as- 
signment program sponsored by 
House Speaker E. Blackburn 
Moore of Berryville and other 
legislators. 

This plan, unlike other pupil 


job at Albert:plan would only succeed in assignment plans which would. 


permit minimum controlled in- 
tergration, is openly designed 
to prevent any 

Some legislators came out 
quickly in opposition to the new 
Stanley plan, includ! Dels. 
Harrison Mann and William L. 


District Attorney Manuel Guer- to Europe. But at 10 a. m., fe/Sschool boards by putting the Winston of Arlington and John 


reiro, who questioned Seinfeld 
for several hours. termed the 
death “suspicious.” 

In General Sessions Court. 
Seinfeld was ordered held in 
$25,000 bond and was remanded 
to civil prison 

As best the authorities could 
reconstruct it, the tragedy went 
like this: 


Engagement Broken 


Avis, who spoke numerous 
languages, including Turkish, 
taught English for two years at 
the American College for Girls 
in Istanbul. There she met 
Seinfeld. 

Only after they became en- 
gaged did she learn that he had 


Tighter Check Planned 


On Election S pending. |i itn Seen: Comsive cant ts we 


By Murrey Marder 
Stal Reporter 


An increasingly closer check 
will be made-of political spend- 


Harriman’s backers during his 
unsuccessful bid for the Demo- 


ing and tactics as the campaign,cratic presidential nomination. 


the .Senate FElec- 
decided 


intensifies, 
tions Subc“mmittee 
yesterday. 

A new round of hearings has 
been set for Oct. 8 by the 
“watchdog” group, Sen. Albert 
Gore (D-Tenn.) said after a 
closed meeting of the Subcom- 
mittee. 

Gore said, “We decided that 
we should undertake an inven- 
tory of financial expenditures 
and obligations of various elec- 


tion committees as of Oct. 1." terday when Gore and the'swiped from the di 
He said it will be “a con- remaining Subcommittee mem- the Cognal's Senate wing. 


tinuation and a supplement” to ber, Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-| Spal 
hearings early this week, when Mont.) discussed future plans.'to supp!y with no questions 


the Senators heard testimony 


Gore has previously noted 
that his Subcommittee can act 
only on “sworn affidavits” of 
charges. He added yesterday 
that there is “a question of 
jurisdiction also.” 
his group is limited to policing 
“election” practices, and “I 
know of no rule that a con- 
vention is an election.” 


Curtis Out of Town 


Curtis was out of yes- 


The Subcommittee, said 


Gore said: Thief Unwelcome 


made a telephoned reservation affected school under the Gov- 
at the Park Crescent for “Hugo, ©Tnor. 
and Avis Seinfeld, Istanbul) Stanley was asked at his 
Turkey.” Avis met him there Pfess conferende to comment 
early in the evening for a0 a ruling today by Attorney 
“farewell drink,” supper and a General J. Lindsay Almond 
show. Jr. who sald the injunctive 
Seinfeld had two champagne POWers of a Federal Court un- 
glasses he'd specially bought doubtedly would include the 
for the “farewell” occasion. Successors to the suspended 
But when she told him she School board—in this case, the 


would not marry him, he said,Governor, = 
he dropped some cyanide’ “I'm not going into the valid- 
tablets in a water glass. Shetity of the bill,” he said. “If it 
grabbed the glass from him. (Passes, I think the opportunity 
“No! No! Don’t do that,” he Will come when it is tested in 
quoted her as saying. “Go out court.” 
and take a walk and you wil]) The new program fulfills the 
feel better.” ‘ wishes of many General As 


When he returned at 9:29Sembly members to force 4, 


p. m., he said, she was lying! decision on what they term 
fully clothed on the bed. She) “contested powers —Virginia's 
wasn’t breathing. A glass was S°vergignty versus the Federal 
on the floor. Government. 

Then, for six hours, he said, Some legislators questioned 
he couldn’t get up the nerve the constitutionality of the) 


ance. then reported to police. Sovermment, becoming an 
It was about 3:30 a. m. as agent of the Assembly, the 


The dead girl's father, coun- !egislative branch. _ 
sel to the Screen Actors’ Guild) The new bill was signed by 
and one of the country’s best 28 House members and 17 sena- 


known labor arbitrators, is ex- ‘FS: There is little doubt it 


_ could pass the House by a com- 
Lakes ay ggg ce me’ fortable margin, but the Senate 


~inon- 3 .. Dloc, insisting on local option 

ae ee on public and a pupil assignment plan, 
’ still remains a problem to Ad. 

‘ministration leaders. 

| These leaders say they want 

ne — able majorty” Pn | 

) ouses to support 

To Welcome Mat \Governor’s program to demon- 

| Paul Spalding, Washington Strate “massive resistance,” as 

‘area manager for the Perfo 

‘Mat Co., would welcome back 

the welcome mat See 


vesterday'G yi Rule Restored 
TIZI OUZOU, Algeria, Sept 


ing offered 


asked a similar 7-by-6-foot mat 


labor, and broadcasting net- charges, if there are any, to the negotistor may 


work spokesmen. 
Reports to Be Asked 
All “major” committees will 


back up a request from Nevada 
Republican State Central Com- 
mittee Chairman Emery W. 
Graunke to investigate the 


desire and 

presentedeto the institution of 

his choice if he'll effect the re-.area east of Algiers today with 

turn of the $114, 135-pound inauguration of Robert Vignon 

‘foot scraper which disappeared as Governor of the new Tiz 
Ouzou Department. 


be asked to identify “all con. Democratic senatorial primary earlier this week. | ) 


trubutions and expenditures,” 
said Gore and special reports 
will be requested from all 
candidates for the Senate in 
the Nov. 6 general election. 

The Tennessean said the 
Subcommittee at this time de- 
cided against asking for re- 
ports on political advertising 
in newspapers. ’ 

That form of advertising 
“comes largely within the last 


election there. 


| Graunke wired the Subcom- 
mittee, “Preliminary reports in- 
dicate expenditures of winning 
candidate in excess of $100,000” 
—which would be far above the 
‘spending ceiling. 
| Gore said Graunke presum- 
ably was referring to the — 
mary contest won by Sen. A 
Bible, who was renominated. 
The Subcommittee, after 


: 


: 
‘s 


VO 


Webb of Fairfax. 


ITALIAN FRENCH 
GERMAN ENGLISH 
RUSSIAN PORT’G’SE 
Classes Start Sept. 17 
Save Money by Starting Now 


SANZ SCHOOL 


OF LANGUAGES 
1404 New York Ave. 1W. 
REpublic 7-1513 
ATR CONDITIONED 


"HOT SHOPPES 
Special 


7 . 
— 


HABERDASHER, WASHINGTON 


tomorrow's the day . 
for the “big switch” 


Off with that Summer straw . . . and on 
with a new Knox hat from our exciting 
collection for Fall. Come in—start the 
season in style. 


Knox Hats from 10.95 to $100 


RALEIGH HABERDASHER 


CHEVY CHASE: Wisconsin wear Wéstere Ave. 


DOWNTOWN: 1310 F &. 


$15 


Raleigh Flannel . . . college 


men tell us this is the one suit that’s 


a must for campus wear. . . *65 


an egenen nee #0F WF 


_ Downtown 
12 te 9 P.M, 
» 9:30 to 9 P.M. 5 


fhat good flanne! suit—the keynote of many a well-appointed wardrobe—Is a 
real “basic course” on campus. That's because it’s so acceptable on so many 


different occasions. For instance: for everyday class wear, for dates, frat par- 
ties, weekends in town. Or even if you're trying to impress the dean. Raleigh 
“Custom” Fabric” flannel suits take honors in the styling department, too . . . 
tall, trim, natural lines as preferred by undergraduates and business men alike. 
Because Mid-Tones are becoming increasingly important, you'll do well to 
choose the newly revived Carmbridge Grey. We also have an excellent selection 
in the popular deep char-tones of brown or grey. Sizes are regular, short, 
long, extra short, extra tong and portly in bofh two and three-button styles. 
And if you're a real Ivy man . ; . we have a representative selection with all 
the authentic details you want from natural shoulders to adjustable back-strap 
on the trousers. Come in soon and select your Raleigh flannel! suit... an 
important addition to the wardrobe of any man in or out of college. 


Pari Schafinier & Marx Eton Flannel Suits--Ours Alone... ..../7.... 
Imported All Wool English Tweed Topcoats .....-2-.c.eeeceseees 


10 days of the campaign,” Gore checking complaints received) 
said. However, he said, mem- in the Idaho Democratic sena-| 
bers of the Subcommittee staff torial primary, concluded there) ' 
will check “so-called institu. were insufijetent facts to make 
tional advertising” in news- out even a “prima facie” case, 
papers om a national and re-Gore said, Former Sen. Glen 
gional basis “that is aimed for H. Taylor, who lost out by 200). 
obviously political purposes.” votes —,27,742 to/ 27,942 — to’ 
No action was taken yester- Frank Church for the 
day on the request by tion, sought a recount.. 


Use Our 4 Month E-X-T-E-N-D-E-D Payment Plan 


RALEIGH HABERDASHER 


DOWNTOWN: 1310 | PHONE: WAtionsl 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
4 Thursday, September 13, 1956 ~ sce 


Ge 


PUBLIC NOTICE! 


From. 


Coast 
To 


Coast— 


NO PRICE 
INCREASE 
AT HOWARD 


On Our 
Famous 
“Champion” 
and 

“President” 


100% WORSTED 
SUITS 


44°°..,49° 


Because these new Fall suits 
were produced in our factories 
prior to the time that in- 
creased labor and woolen costs 


became effective throughout . 


our industry, we are able 
to maintain the same low 
factory-to-you prices that 
prevailed last Spring. Here 
again is powerful evidence of 
Howard's farsighted leadership 
in protecting its tustomers 
from increasing costs. Here 
is full justification for you 
to take care of all your Fall 
and Winter clothing needs 
immediately—at Howard’s! 


ALTERATIONS FREE 
Charge It! TAKE 6 MONTHS TO PAY 


STORES COAST TO COAST FOR MEN & BOYS 


ae ee ee ee 


- HOWARD > 


OHkeve-t 


——_ 


1201 G Street Nerthwest 
Open Monday & Thursday Evenings 
Open every evening except Saturday 
. Park 1 Hour Free Adjacent to Store 


: 


15-State Tour 


Associated Presse 


on a i5state “truth-telling” sylvania and West V Virginia. 
campaign swing, it was an-| 
nounced yesterday. 


director for the Adlai Steven-| Tampa and Sarasota, Fla. The 
son-Kefauver ticket, said the/next day, Kefauver is booked 
American people “are entitled for Bradenton, St. . 
to know the truth about the/and Orlando, Fila. On Sunday.) 
sorry performance in office of Kefauver will be in Cleveland.| 
the special interest Eisenhower- Ohio. ; 
Nixon administration.” | Details of the rest of the 

Kefauver, Finnegan said, Senator's schedule for this trip’ 
“will tell it to them on the are being worked out, but in 
Main Streets of America.” | broad outline it shapes up >is 


Lauding the Tennessee Sena- way: 


dable campaigners... in many) Wisconsin and Minnesota; Sept. 
decades,” Finnegan said Ke- 19, Minnesota; Sept. 20, val 
fauver would carry his fight to' tana; Sept. 21, ‘Oregon: Sept. 22 

a record-breaking number of and 23, Washington State; Sept. 
commtien cities and towns be 24, South Dakota and ‘North’ 
tween now and Election Day, Dakota; Sept. 25, Michigan: 
Nov. 6.” Sept. 26, Kentucky and Indi- 

During the first two-week of- ana; Sept. 27, Illinois; Sept. 28, 
fensive, Kefauver is scheduled Pennsylvania: Sept. 20, West 
to visit Florida, Ohio, Wiscon- Virginia and Ohio; Sept. 30, 


sin, Minnesota, Montana, Ore-' return here. | 


M iA tlantic States 
Tell Adlai He’ ll Win ¢ 


there is dissatisfaction on the|ways is less than the Congres. 
farms, and with the cost ofisional vote In September.” he 
living, and “above all there’s|said. “This lag has ranged from| 
a feeling the people want a/l to 18 points. On this basis, it 
change of leadership — they|would seem that the GOP is 
don’t want part-time leader- = with a serious set- 
ship.” 4 

“We of Maryland want to 
right the vicious wrong that Adlai to Be Here F riday 
was done in 1950 to Democratic 
Sen. Millard Tydings,” sgid|1o0 Open Headquarters 
Harring*on. 7 

George P. Mahoney, Mary- tn Watihelon Fiaen 6a his 
land’s Democratic candidate for first visit since the Democratic 
the Senate, said Maryland Dem- National Convention 
ocrats “are going to have Suc-| the Democratic Presidential 
cess” in November. nominee is scheduled to arrive 

Mahéney said unemployment |s+ ghe MATS terminal of Na- 
is a problem in Maryland |+ional Airport at 10:25 a. m. He 
and that Administration * ‘hard | win ride in a S0-car motorcade 
money _— are preventing ‘to the dquarters of the 


Stevenson-Kefauver Campaign 


Adlai’s Talk Tonight Committee, 1728 L st. nw., and! 
officially open the head. 

To Be on TV, Radio quarters. | 
Adiai E. Stevenson's | Stevenson is expected to} 
speech tonight at Harris- |™2ke brief speeches at the air-) 
burg, Pa., will be telecast at Port and at the headquarters.| 
9:30 p. m. by WRC-TV |He will stay in Washington a 
(Channel 4), WMAL-TV Week and is scheduled to make | 
(Channel 7) and by WTOP. |*t least two public agpear-| 
TV (Channel 9). The speech |2™ces. One will be at a Fair-| 
will also be broadcast at 9:30 {ax County Democratic rally! 
by WGMS (570 kilocycies), (0m Saturday afternoon and the| 
WMAL (630. ke.) and by other at the Montgomery Blair) 


WTOP (1500 kce.). Sept. 20, School, Silver Spring, on. 


Rep. 
+ (Michael J. Kirwan (Ohio), chair- 
Dem- 
locratic Campaign Committee, 
iworry about “Ike's coat tails” 


small businessmen and farmers| 


Estes Will Make pe 


«. 
James A. Finnegan, campaign. to spend the rest of that day in| 2 


Sen. Estes Kefauver, the)gon, Washington, North and? as 
Democratic vice presidential South Dakota, Michigan, Ken- 9 > 
candidate, will embark Friday tucky, Indiana, Illinois, Penn-| > 4% 


tor as “one of the most formi-| Sept. 17, Wisconsin; Sept. 18, @ 


IMAGINE! BROILED CHICKEN IN 7 MINUTES! 


It’s mew “DINNER-REDY” CHICKEN fully cooked by “Solar-Ray” 


Most exciting short cut you ever saw! Most delicious 
broiled chicken you ever ate! 


“Dinner-Redy” Chickens are young, selected Rockingham 
poultry, fully cooked by sun-like rays. You just heat 

in the broiler to the golden brown you want. Juicier, 
tenderer. And bursting with flavor. Or try “Dinner-Redy” 
Chicken roasted (25 minutes) or Pan Fried (7 minutes). 
It’s extraordinary! Ask for “Dinner-Redy” 

Chicken at your food store today. 


Bach chicken ia US Grade A Quality end inaepected by USDA for wholesones om, 


Dinner-Redy Prepared from famous ROCKINGHAM Poultry by the Dinner-Redy Corp, Timberville, Virginia. 


alike from getting the funds 
they need. 

Mayor Thomas D’ Alessandro. 
of Baltimore made his own talk 
short and sweet. 

“We are here for business,” 
said ®’Alessandro. “We want 
to get into the precincts. We; 
want to fight like hell. ih 
not talk. Let's act.” 

John R. Foley of Kensington, | 
Md., Maryland's Sixth District 
Democratic nominee for the 
House seat of Republican Rep. 
Dewitt Hyde, said the Republi- 
can nomination of Vice Presi-| 
dent Richard M. Nixon has ma- 
terially improved his own pros- 
pects. He said the women of | 
the Sixth District “don’t go for) 
Nixon” and are switching back 
to the Democratic Party. 

» Foley said he will highlight 
two issues in his race against) 
Hyde: (1) His opponent's oppo-' 
sition to Federal aid to edu- 
cation in a district that needs 
school aid ahd (2) Hyde's vote) 
in favor of the natural gas bill. 

A separate rally for a 
cratic candidates preceded the 
formal party conferences. 


man of the Congressional 
told. House candidates not to 


Speakers’ Bureau, likened the’ 
Stevenson -Kefuaver combina- 


HIGH'S 


There's oe ps re New 
eunnane 


9 am. te Tl p.m. 


~*~ 


‘SOLID CHERRY 


in Rich “T, awny Brown’; Finish 


At S special Open-Stock Sale Prices! 


Wide choice of fine furniture enables you to select a custom bed- 
room. Made by # famous maker, pieces are sturdily constructed 
of solid Cherry and hand-rubbed to a rich “tawny brown” finish. 
Pius fine carved trim, dustproof, center-quided dovetail draw- 
ers, and muted metal pulls. And remember this entire open | 
stock series is now on sale; so save the best way—without com- 
promising in quality! 


A—Reg. $198 Double Dresser with Mirror .......... $149 
B—Reg. $119 Chest of Drawers ............0002.- $89 
C—Reg. $79 Twin or Full Bed ....+.0seeesensseces $49 
D—Reg. $59 Nite Table , -+» $35 
E—Reg. $179 Single Dresser with Mirror ............ $119 
F._Reg. $69 Full or Twin Bed . savececeoe. S29 

Reg. $140 Chest-on Chest (not shown) .......... $114 


Pa ne 
Monday Night ‘at 9 
Open Daily 
9:30 am t 6 om 


ae ; 
; Ly Oa z- 


oodward & Lothrop | — 


DOWN STAIRS STORE 
also ——— Budget Store 


¢ oy tin ? of eS Se fen re 
: a 


» 
eA 


es 


FALL FASHION FESTIVAL 
Thursday, September 13th 
7:15 to 8:00 P.M. 
BETHESDA BUDGET STORE 
2nd Floor 


Collegetown washable - 
PROPORTIONED SKIRTS 


Short—4'11" to 5'2” in 
sizes 10 to 18 
Medium—5'2" to 5'6" & 


figure controlling 
SHAPE-UP GIRDLE 
by \TITADY 


Spiral boned nylon and elastic pan- 


Tall—5'6" to 5'11” . in 
: P sizes 12 to 20 99 
e's give custom Tif Two lengths. 85 % wool, and 15% ny- = 
Also satin Ww th no-roll top. lon in bankers’ gray, 
consult Miss Streeter, + . 


black, mink brown, light 
gray 

Down Stairs Store, Sportswear 
« « also Bethesda Budget Store 


Milady representative, 

here through Saturday 

Down Stairs Store, Corsets and Bras 
«.. also Bethesda Budget Store 


a fashion must for the budget minded 


TISSUE CREPE DRESS 


11° 


Fall sophistication, a cover-up sheath with 
three-quarter.sieeves and tiny collar jeweled 
at the neck. Note the extended back tucks 
that add the important soft, ful) look so 
important this season. Of Celanese ace- 
tate in black, toast and blue. Sizes 12 to 20. 


Down Staies Store, Misses’ and Women’s Dresses 
- «+ also Bethesda Budget Store 


> oO - 
no-iron 100% nylon jersey 
SEAS-N-RITE CASUAL 
Carefully tailored dress of 
100% nylon jersey that’s a 
joy to wear, requires practi- 
cally no up-keep. it sheds 
2 
Blue, rose, green; 10-20, 
1412-24. | 
Down Stairs Stere, Sportswear. ... also Bethesda Budget Store 


wrinkles, washes and dries in 
a flash, needs no_ ironing. 


"2 


= 


fashion while you wait 


MATERNITY SEPARATES 
by Stork-a-lure 


Black corduroy or rayon faille 
skirts with closed front... .4.99 


Drip-dry cotton shagbark 
plaid shirt 


Sizes 10 to 18. 


Down Stairs Store, Sportswear 
«a. also Bethesda Budget Store 


misses’ new fall 


UNLINED SUITS 


| 8” 


Just one of seven new fall 
styles, boxy and fitted. All 
seams are finished for longer 
wear, all crease resistant. Suit 
shown of rayon tweed; also. 
see rayon flannels, faille and 
cotton corduroy; 10-16, 12-18. 


Down Stairs Store, Coats and Suits 
...» also Bethesda Budget Store 


ig 


_— 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD , 
vi i et ee 


i KO on 


Beginning Tod 
Bethesda Budget Store at 9:30 A.M. 


GLAMOUR COAT 


2 5” 


Push-up sleeve cardigan coat 
with Temp ‘Resisto insulated 
lining. Black, vivid red orf 
peacock blue; 8 to 16. 


Styled by Top Flight 


Down Stairs Store, Coats and Suits 
«+ + also Bethesda Budget Store 


f 


ee om 


Sana 
ee 
AD “9 


PR 
ROSES 


Betty Barclay Fashion Show 
Thursday, September 13th 
Down Stairs Store 
5:30 P.M. 

Precious young fashions 
commentated by 
Fae Nordoff of New York 


juniors’ unlined 


DRESSMAKER 
SUITS 


$3.99 


Chic and delectable rayon pin 
check suit that boasts self cov- 
ered buttons, a string tie and a 
detachable white rayon faille col- 
lar. Blue, almorid or gray; 9 to 15. 


¢ 


From a group of junior sults, 


8.99 to 25.00 


Down Stairs Store, Junior Miss 
«+ + also Bethesda Budget Store 


-towe of cobutry 
SUBURBAN COAT 


9” 


A two-way coat—the Puritan 
type collar turns up to make a 
hood. All-wool melton cloth 
with toggle closing, warm 
quilted interlining in red. Char- 
coal or light gray; 8-16. 
Down Stairs Store, Coats and Suits 
+ «+ also Bethesda Budget Store , 


Bethesda Budget Store Onen Thursday and Friday TET P.M. 


4 


- 


THE WASHINGTON: POST and TIMES HERALD 


, 6 Dtawalen 13, 1956 sere 
iD 


~~ 


, 


‘Opening Campaign 


4 


enhower’s Address 


W—Transcript of President Ei- 
senhower’s addrets at Repub- 
lican rally today kicking off 
his campaign for reelection: 


Mr. Chairman, my fellow 
platform-sitters, my fellow 
Americans and alk the people 
that you represent in your of- 
ficial and personal capacities: 

Unfortunately, the chairman 
did not allot me time. I have 
no idea how long I am sup- 
posed to talk, but I have so 
many things on my mind, if I 
get wandering around too free- 
ly, I hope that some of my 
friends here in front will have 
the good judgment to act a lit- 


tle impatient—possibly I shall , 


notice it. 

I want, first of all, to answer 
a question I have been asked 
every day for just about a year 

Ladies and gentlemen, I feel 
fine 

And now, in acknowledging 
the very gracious and compli 
mentary things that have been 
said about me today, and more 
particularly the latest remarks 
by the Vice President, I want 
to say this: There is no man 
in the history of America who 
has had such a careful prepa- 
ration as has Vice President 
Nixon for carrying out the 
duties of the Presidency, if 
that duty should ever fall upon 
him 

For four solid years there 
hasn't been a principal, admin- 
istrative meeting among the 
heads of Government that he 
has not attended as an active 
participant. He has gone, on be- 
half of the United States, to 
many foreign countries on 
many trips. And in every coun- 
try that he has visited, the re- 
ports haxe been that the United 
States has gained many addi- 
tional friends. 


On Many Committees 


I have called upoh him to 
serve on numerous committees, 
dor people have banded togeth- 
er looking toward the solution 
of some problem important to 
our country, one of the most 
important of which was that 
looking toward the elimination 
of discrimination in govern- 
tal contracts, and the success 
attained is a tribut to his dedi- 
cation and to his wisdom. 

Now the first thing that I 
want to say to you personally 
is that I hope cach of you has 
enjoyed the day as much as 
Mrs. Eisenhower and I have 
enjoyed having you out here. 
It has been a great privilege 
for us, and I have particularly 
enjoyed listening to the people 
that told us something of the 
mechanics of winning elections, 
and working in the precincts, 
and so on. 

1 subscribe to every bit of 


t 

| would dike to tell e t 
s little cutee: thatiecutina 
rot long ago if’ the White 
House one evening. It was a 


ealier from nearby Maryland 


and she said “Twice Democrat- 


: ed have called at my 
oor and wapted tom . 
erngiente and politic > ‘We 
publican has yet called.” 

I would venture one word of 


advice on top of all that you 
‘have’ so far heard. When you 
gv to that door and ring that 
bell, go with a smile on your 
face. Pessimism has never yet 
won a battle. 

Now I should like to talk a 
little bit more about the funda- 
mental reason that we are here 
today. Now the obvious one is: 
We wan to elect the Republi- 
can Party to the position of 
leadership in our municipali- 
ties, our counties, our states 
and our national Government. 


But I want to point out that 
an election in itself is not the 
victory. The election rather is 
a mandate that is placed upon 
a party and upon its candi- 
people of the 
United States. An eiection is a 
beginning. It's more like the 
battle orders that a command- 
er gives to a unit as he sends 
it into battle. to do something 
corstruct.ve for the great peo- 
ple that we call the American 
Nation 

Now of course, this election 
concerns the important busi- 
ness, almost the life and death 
busiress of 168 million people. 


dates by the 


class of people, not asking a 


publican, whether they 
independent, or whether they 
are a Democrat. We say to 


them: Do you believe this—do it done and because they know ly compromise principle under them ready to vote. 
facts it is worth while doing—that is pressures however massive or 
being so, you must vote Repub- 


you ‘believe this? These 


lican. 
So our idea is to get all of 


‘pick him? 
person whether they are Re-can get others 


is to get others to do something 
because they think you want 


what we are talking about. 
By this day-today way of 


life, I mean using every op- 


these converts understanding portunity to tell the truth, to 
what we do about our country, expose falsehood, to stimulate sisits that the conduct of you do not have to register— 


about the capacity of the Re- thinking. It is our great privi- American world leadership be you vote 


publican Party to lead based 
upon its record—and get them 
to vote that way. 


Crusade and Cause 


And, of. course, we Want to 
fortify their determination to 
prepare themselves for voting. 


if we do—and by this I mean, 
of course, registration. If we 
do all of these things I point 
out, we transform a campaign 
into a crusade, we change a 
political platform into a cause, 
a cause that makes people jump 
up and want to work. 

It is useless for the chair- 
man, or any of us on this plat- 
form, to say to you: “Just 
to work. If the leaders of the 


lege, dealing with fellow citi- 
zens as equals in their rights 
and responsibilities, not play- 
ing a demagogue or the boss, 
or the “I know better than 
you” big-brother role. 

We want to emphasize the 
principles that distinguish the 
Republican Party from our op- 
ponents. Now these principles 
concern, first, the purpose of 
government, and next the na- 
ture of government. Here the 
Republican Party is fortunate 
that in its first great leader 
they received an axiom that 
has never been improved upon 
since his time, when Abraham 
Lincoln said, “The role of gov- 
ernment is to do for people 


First, because he zation of power in big govern-|ing on those we don 
to work with ment. But:it believes that gov-troducing ourselves, as I say, 
are an him. The essence of leadership ernment 


must neither pinch with a grin, and let's get along. 
nnies where security of the with the 


in your apartment house—' 


't know, in-|cause a child’s enthusiasm canjhave to sit down, though, 1 
‘be important. In your. block,'can’t tell:the story standing up. 


In the days when Mr. Bryan 


business of getting reach every one of them—and,was going over the Cha 


ation is concerned nor weak- them down there and getting convince them of the solidity |circuit, he was often spe 


powerful they may be. 
Open Diplomacy 


registration. It reads: “If you’ 
The Republican Party 


in- live behind the Iron Curtain, 


| —_* told, when 
marked by an open diplomacy you're told. If you are an. 
that permits no secret treat--American citizen, you do not 
ies, no covenants that vidlate| have to register. Period. 
decency or justice or the rights either case, somebody else runs 
of even the weakest nation. your country. | 
For peace can be Achieved and) Now let me mention one 
preserved only by interna- other thing. I would not admit 
tional agreements based on that there is any community, 
moral principles that can stand any country, any state, any sec- 
the scrutiny of all mankind. tion of this country, to be writ- 
Party from its very beginning, Teport from the enthusiastic 
one man is equal in his dignity Southerner, who said we are 
and in his rights to all other &Towing in the South. Well, if 
men. Now. our fundamental YOu grow far enough you are 
purpose — immediate purpose 8°ing to pass somebody that is 
is-to persuade everybody to "0¢ growing. 

vote Republican. Maine—Bad Word 


’ 
And there has been some 


We have a great party. We 
talk 


‘of your views, the dedication at very short intervals, 

Now I am going to read you that you have to your cause./spoke in many towns 
the shortest editorial I have We will reach all of these peo- course of a day. He came into 
ever read on this business of ple, we will convince them, be- 4 town in Mississip 


cause we are leaders. 

And I want to say one more 
word about leadership. I told 
you I was going to wander all 
over the countryside. The 


: 
’ 


. tactical schools used to tell us 


that a commander visited his) 
troops, in order to inspire 
them, they fight better. From 
the beginnifig of my soldier 
experience, I learned _ this.’ 
There is no American that 
can't take inspiration from 
young 20-year-olds, if he will 
watch them in action. They 
bring to a cause in which they 
believe an energy, a zeal, a 

lief, a conviction that is in- 
spiring to watch, and it sends 
each of us back doing our work 
better. 

Now, in conclusion, you know 
the problems. You must receive 


he 
in the 


i, and the 
train schedules allowed him 
just an hour and a half. And 
the first train got late, and it 
got down until he had only 30 
minutes for Mr. Bryan in the 
town the whole time he was 
there. 

And the man they had chos- 
en to introduce him was a man 
who really loved his own ora- 
torical methods and techniques. 
And he let go and he couldn't 
stop. But finally, by pulling on 
his coat-tails and everything 
else, they got him down and 
Mr. Bryan had just 2 minutes 
and then he had to rush to 
the train. 

And the man who had staged 
the show was walking around 
and he stopped by a farmer 
that he knew,”and said, “How 
did you like Mr. Bryan?” 

And he said, “He was good— 


ut a.phrase that I used pave got individuals in this constant information from your 


I thought he was very good.” 
“But,” he said, “you know, 
that old bald-headed fellow 


that talked last wasn’t bad, 


It is a fantastically complex or. 
ganization, an economy produc 
ing at the extraordinary rate of 
400 billions a year, with every 
kind of craft and science and 
profession p®presented among 
our people, and each having its 
own special relations with 
Government 

So, knowing and hearing to- 
; practical means. by 


what they cannot do at all for at Safi Francisco, and it must Sy 
themselves, or so well do in have been a very fortunate one party right now working in the headquarters. That information 


Saka 99 cities all the way from the is rath ei 
their individual capacities.” because it has-been quoted: puget Sound to Maine—from which Bag ah 7: cain 


“And,” he said, “in all those Discerning Democrats. ‘Los Angeles to Maine. That’s a Use it usefull ’ 
things where people can do ne accosted me hefe today. haq word. (Much laughter.) that the Republican Panty is 
jthese things for themselves, tie came up and said: “I am) yoy know, since I was allot- dedicated to the welfare of all Ka 
government ‘ought not to inter- one of those discerning Dem0- teq no definite portion of time,'the people of America. and to - 
we had a cause that would do ‘ere. erats, and I assume that from) am going to take some of this an honorable and just peace 
those things, I declare to you,,. 49d in a subsequent talk on'this platform I would hear 4\time to tell just a little bit of a abroad. And remember. let 
never could I have accepted this very battleground, he statement from one of them.” | story.- us make sure that everybody § 
the nomination. And I know,S@id, “Government—the nature But that gentleman—I have) When we went into the Afri- has a right to exercisesthe bal- 
that none of you would be here Of government is of, by andunfortunately forgotten his can campaign, as all of you lot, because I would say that a 
today. -You have made the long for the people. name—I want to thank him at'know, all our troops were voter without a ballot is like a 
trek. some of you from Cali-|. There is no better way to jeast for giving me an individ- green, and the normal Ameri-|soldier without a bullet Let's 
fornia and closer, to come here describe the nature of govern- yal report on what he was can boy seemed to think that make sure that every man on 
and meet with the rest of us. ment that the Republican doing. some rules applied in war that election day is armed and read 
to talk over these problems. It|Party adheres to, and its pur-- Now again, I come back tO were something, possibly, like|to do his part with his oon 
is because you do have some- Pose. registration. This campaign football or baseball, or rules paljot. . 
thing of that in your heart and| Great books have been writ- will be a tragic exercise in that applied to any other con-| My fri : 
your eye. Give it to every|ten in extension of President futility if we should succeed test, They thought there was|..i.,” riends, you have put up 
worker. ‘Lincoln's statements. More in generating zeal, the beliefs, time to fight and time to sleep, a. me a long time. As a mat- 
Now, of course, this job, will probably be written, but the convictions among all and so on. | Ze of fact, I had a very funny 
there is nothing chronological, the nub of them, I think, is America that we want to gem-| They had taken; in other story to tell you, but I am not Start for the 
there is nothing really very something like this: erate, and then find on election words, their training lightly. going to tell you it this time. | 
systematic about it, forthe rea-| The Republican Party de- day that half the people that’ And we had the battle of Kas- (Cries of more, more) All right. 1956 Season 
son you can't talk about human — Pag our en oe og we have converted couldn't serine Pass that came about! I will tell you my story. I 
morale in terms of push but- conduc as to assure n- vote. because of surprise and green- mamapendin 
tons and call bells, you have dividual his right to reach the! Let us insist now, therefore, ness of the eniiahines ond FOOTBALL KICKOFF 
got to reach down into the heights that his ambitions and that everybody register—tell- troops, and we took a real beat- 
hearts of people. That is what his talents permit, without im- ing them very frequently, “We ing before we recovered our, A handy separate section packed 
we are talking about. It has fringement on his fellow citi- want you to register. If you selves and were able to drive with pictures and gridiron facts 
got ta be a real cause for which zen’s equal right. find it necessary to vote against the enemy back from whence you'll use all season long. Teams, 
they are ready to work. _ Next, to protect the indi- us, all right, we would rather he came. But there was no les- players, schedules of all big 
Who Are Leaders vidual against falling into the have you do that than not voté|son in the whole campaign—in plus complete a Tv 
depths of poverty and misery at ,all”"—because we want the all of the campaigns in which ! schedules. 
What we are really talking through no fault of his own. decision of America, not the’ was concerned, so valuable as Sunday September 16th 
> 
The Washington 
Post and Times 
Herald 
Phone RE. 7-1234 
for home delivery 


Party do not provide for the 
workers an understanding that 
puts a light in the eye and 
some joy in the heart—there’s 
no sense of’going out and work- 
ing 

As a matter of fact, urless 


Gay the 
which we win elections, let us 
never forget, while we are 
winning, what do we want to 
accomplish 

We want to accomplish giving 
to the United States df America, 
in all levels of government, 
honest government, govern- 
ment of good judgment, govern- 
ment of tolerance, of concilia- 
ition, that has very definite) 
views about the relationship of 
government to the individual 
and faithfully follows it. 


The Best Path 


So let_us not forget: We will 
not win an election merely be- 
cause we happen 4o like one 
individual or two individuals or 
the individuals and their fam- 
ilies. We are winning an elec- 
tion to give America.a chance 
to go forward a‘ong a path that 
we believe to be best for her, 
and because it is best for her 
it is best for the world. 

We have four great objectives 
immediately in front of us. First 
we want to arouse the con- 
sciousness of the vast stakes 
that heng upon this election. 
We want Americans to under- 
stand how much it means to 
them to keep on going down 
the straight road of prosperity 


the 


BIGGE 


- 
wor 


» 


ST 


Your Right 


CORRECTION 
NOTICE 


IN THE ADVERTISEMENT 
OF THE SHIRLINGTON 
JEWELRY COMPANY 
ON PAGES 8 and 9 TODAY 
THE PRICE ON COSTUME 
JEWELRY “3 FOR $1.00” 

IS. INCORRECT 
THE CORRECT PRICE I$ 
“3 FOR $2.00” 
REMBRANDT FOOTWEAR 
ADVERTISED SPECIAL 
SHOULD READ 
“TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY” 


. _——; te — . a, ~~ OER cv 
Shop Today, Washington Store, 9:30 a.m. to9 p.m. ... Chevy Chase and Alexandria Stores, 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 Ot ee 


Mthap 


radio a 


about is, a day-today way of Next, to foster the individual's decision of the minority. ithat. Never again did you find 
life on the part of leaders. And will to join with his neighbors); I have talked to great TV American troops casually sit- 
who are leaders? Anybody that in making their community executives, and they say they ting on the side of a hill and 
can influence any other single and state worthy and respecta- are going to help. They are assuming that the Germans 
person in this world — that’s ble members of the Republic. putting on little spot programs.'| wouldn't attack at 2 a. m. From 
leaders. Next, to assist them in the I have talked to radio peo- that time on they were real sol- 
Even down in the squad, in achievement of that objective ple—movie people. All of them diers. 
the army, you not only have when on their own resources say they are going to help. I| I think maybe “Mathe has a 
the squad leader, but you have alone they cannot_do the job..don’t believe there's any elec- lesson in it. 
the assistant squad leader and| The Republican Party stands tion that will be as effective as So our tacties, then, are to 
and peace the technician. Each has his for thrift and integrity in gov- we ourselves can do. reach every ,last woman and 
We went then_je generate 8 little job. Because why do you ernment and against centrali-: Telephoning our friends, call- man—and child; indeed, be- 


conviction. We want to generate: —— 
the comyietion that oe np 
Gah Party, by reasomof Hs plat- 
form, its record of the past four) 
years and beyond, offers you as) 
candidates from councilman all) 
the way up, the best hope of 
America to follow that great 


ee forwatd way, 
e Wap 
that we 


t i@ ignite a Zeal so 
Make converts among every | 


+ 


can Make converts, 


rit ") iit 
NM dlap ‘al pthc 
' if ‘ity 
Heisa! 
Me 
aac uit 
ae 


Tia 
a 


' Dunbar's 
im IMPORTED 
me CANADIAN 

WHISKEY 


86.8 proof 


Krevech 
1953 


a BORDEAUX 


5416 GEORGIA AVE. 
AT KENNEDY 


Where courtesy and quality are traditional 


RE-UPHOLSTERING SALE 


save 20% to 3314% ... this week only 


Ree sca teeta, Rae : 


CHAIRS 


average one-cushion, 
regularly 68.00 to 75.00 


average one-cushion, 
regularly 75.00 to 89.00 


52.65 
59.5 


Premium 


SOFAS 


average thr ee-cushion, 
regularly 124.00 to 135.00 


average three-cushion, 
regularly 135.00 to 157.00 


9645 
107-45 


“Senator’s Club” 


PENNA. 
PREMIUM 


24 A rare savings opportunity right at a time when you 


* may well be thinking of fall-decorating. Because of a 
special purchase, you choose luxury fabrics that would 
regularly be much, much more . . . matelasses, boucle 
matelasses, textures, brocades, Bemberg damasks. 
Then expert craftsmen in our own shop will reuphol- 
ster your sofa and/or chairs in Woodies’® thorough- 
going manner. | 


W&L—Upholstery, 7th Floor, . 
> « « alto swatches at Chevy Chase and Alexandria 


Use our convenient Deferred Payment Plan, avail- 
able for homefurnishings purchases of 25.00 or more. 
Just 10% down, balance in budgeted monthly in- 
staliments. Minimum down payment, 5.00. 


ds 
eg.’ 


a 


ier 


CHEVY CHASE: Wicensie ond Westie Aves, Over 4.7600 
Mondays, Thursdeys, Frideys, 9:30 to 9:30; ether week devs, 9:90 to 6 
aan a . 


‘ 


= 


EXTRA SHOPPING AT WOODWARD & LOTHROP 


WASHINGTON: t6rh, 00h, ¥ ond © Seu. MLW, Dieter 7-5320° ALEXANDRIA: 615 Nocth Washington Street, King 8.1000 
_ Mendays ond Thursdays, 9:30 to 9; other week deys, 9:30 to 6 Mondgys, Thandoyi, Feideys, 9:30 to 9:30; other week doys, 9:30 to 6 


ee ae nS 


en 


. 


——— 
bf 


* 


7, 


} 
. 


t 


: 
3 


4 
\ 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


- Ike Urges Republicans am See 
To Get Out Record Votef Gettysburg Picnic Launches Ike Drive 


. By Richard Lyons not have got the tent, it being, brush,” he said. “I've got quail)President. “I came out to 
IKE—From Page I ‘ing whether they are Republi- placency among Republicans is/| — @ Staff Reporter \County Fair time up here. J, over there.” jwender around and see some 
" a can, whether they are an inde- our worst enemy. We face a GETTYSBURG, Pa., Sept. 12) Bedecked with pennants and, The brush stood near a lane people. 

pendent, or whether they are a tough fight and the. only way| Hi @ The Republican campaign w4s'slogans like “Get "Em to Reg- separating ee —- After the talk, the President 
Sg , ' " " i¢ . : " sat. : resi- : 
Maine... Democrat. We say to them: Do we can win it is to work harder. } officially kicked off this ee eS ee ae y ned emonprne Rel iy (Sat down at one of the white- 

The crowd broke into UNTe- 144 believe this —do you be- than ever before.” | ° noon in a hay field behind ee Fibs od ae 300 van # hor on sre on heii ane t hegicovered folding kohlien 46 oot 
strained laughter, wy lieve this? These facts being Vice President Nixon’s mes- Ps President Eisenhower's barn. lof the barn and remodeled | alone for a few minutes. It was|with his guests. Piece de resist- 
a Ge Promesns ses 9 Maine, gg apd yy Ape vat vo. pornter ool ONY to the state leaders was! It was a sort of combination|farmhouse which is the Eisen Oe only time they had to them-|ance was fried chicken, Adams 
om s a aC ort e sail | | | 

It reminded him of a story, “almost the life and death busi- to get out and ring doorbells| i 4 | 0 mie “4 at te pe darted at G20) Marcial 3, Deveties, tecmnetihauan Come tae eae 
ah cigs 6) ness of 168 million people. “bring the magnificent record a, power posonng anes chaes 4 “Ip. m. but the President drove mayor of Alexandria, cousin of|finishing it off in the oven in a 
Ween we wen mye i C Gen, Bissanowes — . of this Administration to the ig invited 630 State G eaders| over to the tent at 4 in his Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.) and wine sauce. 
rican campaign,” he said, - the rally a half hour — ns country. Let no doorbell go “A charging forth full of vim to/goifmobile with the fringe on one of the Democrats for Eisen-| District Republicans turned 
th of inal. yer hes Se ae rahe with - unrung.” ) win in November. top, looking for Nixon. hower, got a presidential clapiout in force for the meeting. 
the a think that some fringe on top. He seemed eager! The Vice President re ated As the presidential herd of| “Mamie wants to know if Pat on the back when Gen. Eisen- |The group included District 
rales , that we o i th te 4 | Aberd A d in the| WOU! come in the house,” the hower spotted him. ‘Republican Chairman George 
rules applied in war that ro to mingle with those w a what he said at a Monday erdeen Angus grazed in President asked the Vice Presi-| “Brother, you are discern.  naet. de, Mektounl ‘eaeah 
oe ge Bae moet og bo pak pring Bn hang eg a. "press conference that his job, Ll ad next pasture, Republicans gath-\qent. Mrs. Nixon said she’d|ing,” beamed the President./tee Memebers Clyde D. Gar- 
rt ng ane aad fine to oT Wwhon: the’ tine fer “the ora- on a 15,000 mile trip starting jered in a 180-by-40-foot tent to|never seen the house and she’d Don't forget that adjective.” (rett and Mrs. Howard Coffin, 
a ~ gh - on They had “ red, the President went Tuesday will be to get that ‘hear the President, Vice Presi-|love to. So she climbed in the Secretary of the Treasury) Lewis T. Breuninger, Carl Ship- 
sleep * ining light tory arrived, tn 4 Lip g ‘dent Richard M. Nixon and/8°lfmobile and rode off to visit George Humphrey walked/ley, John J. Sirica, Edward 
2 a eee oe ee tent and record across and correct Dem- el with Mrs. Eisenhower. across the hay stubble. Burling Jr. and Commissioner 
of And we had the battle of oe “ ~ P ad ang rn ocratic “distortions” of it. | ———p>_ other Party leaders deliver pep; Then the President, with Nix-| “Hey, George,” called the' Robert E. McLaughlin. 
alongside Vice Presiden ich- 


, | talks that boiled down to this: Cael . ; 

os ; am on and National Committee 
Kasserine Pass tnat came|..4 M. Nixon. I do not intend to reply in By Bob Burchette., Stef Photographer | Remember Maine. Get out | aot off ———— 
about because of surprise and be 


Chairman Leonard H sae 

See eecaut the ‘commanders|_ First came reports from rep- kind with personal attacks on! william Stern of Fargo, N.D., |and ring doorbells. lon Sceeatian Sed iene r~Extra Special—2 Days!—~ 
es i. “Orn , 

cae NES, See. Se Cee 2 THURSDAY & FRIDAY ONLY 


; an 
resentatives of various sec- the integrity of our opponents,”| shown as he left Washing- Then they ate fried chicken |.) dking tour of the premises. 
beating before we recovered ; 
Famous Make 39” Twin Size 


tions. Morton H. Hollingsworth, said Nixon. | ton yesterday to attend a Re- and potato salad and climbed) +. “president was curious 
ourselves and were able to 


Miami—from Los Angeles to 


b state chairman of « _|back into 18 buses chartered | 9 white trailers off to 
a go Bl soting thet Adiall.. But where misrepresenta- publican rally at the Presi ‘by the Republican National ome A eg “ 
drive the enemy back from — sno ram was from his state tions and distortions of this dent's farm, sported a 1900 (Committee for the 80-mile ride’ “They're sechite esmnfert tte 
when he came . ‘Administration's accomplish-) McKinley -Roosevelt . cam- | back to Washington. @ - | 

“There was no lesson in the Said ments are made, it is our obli-| | Just before 9 the Presi-| Uns,” he was told. ‘i 
whole campaign—in all of the) “Mr. President, we arc ) a d paign button on his lapel and | - aM P. » Ps “=| “Well, for heavens sakes,” he 
‘am ns hict I was con-'sceared, but determined that he ees 6 , oat : © Fecore’ an elephant novelty. ident an oars. ASCHNOWECT | exclaimed. “I never saw one in 
campaigns in wihicn Pon: | =~ ’ - straight. You don't win cam-) od. drove back to the tent to say life.” 
cerned—so valuable as that. (Stevenson) will not improve my life. 


aigns on a diet of dishwater thanks to the 40 waitresses and|" }.... in o 
Never again did you find Amer-|his record in Illinois. on milktoast.” State Righters Meet _kitchen helpers who had served |¢; cig om 5 soomed to be in 8 
ican troops casually sitting on) William B. Smith Shartzer, Communism at home should ~ . ‘the supper. | “De o- ay eee 
the side of a hill and assuming Republican state chairman Of not be an issue in this cam- In Memphis Today | An appeal for Party officials seaeaie fo Peanentvenie 
that the Germans wouldn't at Georgia, predicted that the Ei paign, Nixon said But he d to make a strong effort to cap- wird Fees said “m tree 
tack at 2 a. m From tl at time senhower-Nixon ticket would promised that it would be un-| MEMPHIS. Tenn., Sept. 12 ture the South this fall was — > trefemes wpe Qae = we. 
on they were real soldiers carry Florida, Virginia, Texas, less Stevenson “repudiates” |\(™—Delegates from a score of brought by Gov. Theodore R Leaen ee Qieeer Wneeie walking in 
I think maybe Maine las a Tennessee, Kentucky, and pOS\r,-,.er President Truman’s states begin gathering in Mem-| McKeldin of Maryland. cel Be  ocae te fe pm. 
meant . sibly North Carolina. . |statement doubting Alger Niss’|phis Thursday for a national; McKeldin, who was return-|jately.” 
, Throughout his talk, the; Republican National Chair. wilt. states rights conference out of ing from the Southern Gover-| “What kind of a dog?” Wil- 
President emphas zed the im-'man Leonard oy! poked vas at)” Nixon called the “height of\which its leaders say will| nors’ Convention at White Bibles acta orth a NWF 
npn dew “yy - ge “Eng BoD the nba sea auver cage political fakery and irresponsi-|emerge a strong third party. | phur Springs, W. Va. was! “A bird dog,” Bloom laughed. 
the "ies ublican. me ao os + rere y ae < their =. bility” Stevenson's action in| About 150 delegates repre-| especially optimistic about Mr.| Two years ago Wilson made 
3 P sSage to nore ong Lew r p fy rae oe > f that a more than a os ba — chances in mejhis famous statement, that he 
) isi a en. are losing the cold war andiganizations are expecte or| South. preferred bird dogs to lap 
oo 1d of # yisit he had re.) Accusing candidate, Steven. the next that we get rid of the|the threeday parley. The nom-| Henry Sharf, who runs the|dogs who just sat on thelr fan 
Maryland citizen. who told that the llinois statesman said draft.” inees, in all probability, will be| Hotel Gettysburg, catered the/nies and yelled. 
him: “Twice Democratic work. the world situation is bad but|,, President Eisenhower, when'T. Coleman Andrews, Rich-| meal and rented the tent in) The President put only one Furnitere & 
ers have called at my door and calls for an end of the draft,/\t ame his turn, paid a hand-|mond, Va, former Commis- York, Pa. He guessed food andjrestriction on photographers Bedding Co. 
wanted to talk government and and in spite of an all-time rec. some tribute to the Vice Presi-|siorer of Internal Revenue, and) tent would cost the Republican|who surrounded him the mo- 
politics No Republican has ord of employment is preach- dent. He said that no man in|T. H. Werdell, former Republi-| National Committee more than ment he stepped from his golf- NA 
yet called.” is ing hard times. American history had had such |can Representative from Bak- $5000. And he said if it hadn't) mobile. ¢ 622 E St. N.W. . 8-4094 
He gave those in his audi-| Turning to former President careful preparation for ra Calif. i been the President they might; “I hope no one goes in that | Thurs. 9 to 9—Free Parking With Purchases 
ence this bit of aivice: “When|Harry S. Truman, Chairman !"8 out the duties of the Presi- pel On | 
you do go to that door and ring Hall said the Missourian had @¢ncy, “if that duty should ever, 7 
the bell, go with a smile on spent his time in this campaign *#!! upon him | 
your face. Pessimism has “whitewashing. Alger © Hiss,|. He said that the success 
never yet won a battle.” Harry Dexter White, and Nixon has attained was a 
The President said that the Nathan Gregory Silvermaster, ‘ute to his dedication and 
great GOP objective of 1956 and in the next. breath his wisdom. 
was this: “We want America calling our great President a oe 
t> understand how much it racketeer.” I 


means to keep on going down! Hall warned his audience | BED BOARD 

the straight road of prosperity that the 1956 election would be | 

and peace.” won by “the use of good old-| . « « Plywood, ALL SIZES 
“We want to ignite a zeal so fashioned shoe leather.” 


I 
that we can make converts,” he| “The Maine results should be | RUCKER LUMBER 


said, “make converts among a warning to Republicans in | 
every class of people, not ask- the rest of the country. Com] 1999 witson Bivé 


~ . “ — ad . . . ante od eet aetieeadleatttenettiaatiinamttanedttenatitcatteadtiteatitandtiton 


AY-FRANC seweutrs 


a *,. 


Complete Only: 


*3 3” 


, 
, 
, 
; 
> 
, 
‘ 
; 
J 
, 
’ 
, 
, 
j 
; 
j 
, 
, 
, 
, 
‘ Complete sleeping comfort 
. . 
, 
, 
, 
, 
} 
7 
; 
, 
‘ 
‘ 
, 
; 
, 
’ 
> 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
> 
> 
’ 


—e—————eeeie 


st a special low price. Twin 
size box spring on 6 legs, 
Phone Orders with innerspring mattress 
and handles for easy tuning. 


EXTRA SPECIAL 39” Famous Make 
Hollywood with PREBUILT BORDER * 


' 


EEO EOE — = = ee 


i? 


WHEN YOU BUY THIS AUTOMATIC 


RCA VICTOR”: 


Solitaire Diamond Pair | ‘ Victrola Phono 


s200WN §=$@@.50 . 
$2 A WEEK ee ° 
NO CHARGE FOR CREDIT ae 
14k white or yellow gold piain tai- ees 
ede wir tae of Sor wht as No Charge 


and simplicity. S For Credit 
SHOULD BUY) | | 75< DOWN—75c A WEEK 


A NC JEWELERS 
OIAMONDS FR OM KA y FR sells more diamonds 


than any jeweler in America 
®. .. proof of the values Kay- 


Kay-Franc is the world’s largest Franc gives. : : : 3 = —— ES 
| jewelers . . . more than 100 Kay-Franc sells only genuine ee S 3 ——. Ag AUTOMATI 


@ stores coast to coast. : ss *. — 
diamonds guaranteed a life- E aie et 
This h ae : 4, time in writing. | ees, ete VICTROLA 
is huge buying power is your 3 bi ee S33 ) y 
- il eames :. pe“ Changes records auto- 
wae purchase price at any time = | | 8 Z| matical. town-and 
@ when traded in for larger ; sebiree tenon 
monds. 


RANA A AR AAA RA AA AA AAAAAN 
f 
hd pS 


RA AR AAA AA ANNA AARAAAAA 
AAR AANA ANANAAARAANA 


ARR AA AA AN AARAAARAAAA 


IVVTI948 


beng 


ARR RAR AAR AN AANAARAAN 
AAR AANRAAANAAAAAAAAAA 
ANAAANRAARAAAAAAANDAAARA 
ARAN ARAAANANAANAARAAA 
A ARR AA AA AN AN AANAAAAA 


JIA AIANAS 


FARA AIWAAN 
AANA TAAAAAS 


BSA ANANAN 
” 


a" 


: 


RAN VARNA AAAANAAAAAAAS 
FAR VIFAAAANAIAIANIAASD 


® your money. 


~ 


: , » : Oe fat : ie a Le, Oe : ete! 
of - ee i, “bs 
f - te "¢ 
"OEP a Ss 
eee eo ee : , ALELIL, ¥ 
ee * - ~ 


Oe 
- 


Oe | yONe ee er Gee 
Charge for € ay- 
*Tth & G Sts. H.W. *tth & H Sts. WE. 

Open Thurs. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open Thurs. and Fri. ‘til 9 p.m. 
“408 7th St. H.W. hg 3100 14th St. WW. oe 
Open Thurs. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open Daily 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. iis 6 tau 


818 F St. 1.W. 7th & H Sis. 0.W. tometrists. 
Open Thurs. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open Thurs. 9 a.m. te 9 p.m. ON EASY CREDIT 


1114 F St. WW. © Pascnoron, “12th & H Sts. WE. Qpfeatanriate at stores | 
Open Thurs. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open Thurs. and Fri, ‘ti 9 p.m. a 


f rk 
100 Ste BUTNG POWER... COAST-O-COAST If we Advertise it, we Have it and we Sell it! 


A ES Stas ohn: F, ee tet 4 


of 
stered op- 


~ * Thureday, September 18, 1956 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


—Ul~_yyzzz 


WIN A NEW FORD FREE! WIN 3 COLOR TV SET 


any of the stores displaying the 
ter os often as you wish. 
Drawing will be held 
te be present te win. 


Just register your nome at 
officiel entry blank benners. Regis 
You con win 6 brand-new Ford. 
September 29th. You de not have 


NO SLOGANS TO WRITE! 
NOTHING TO BUY! 


@ mE MBH Ae 


be given ewey ... one © week during 
blank for cor ies makes you eligible 
for TY sets will’ be held weekly. You 


% 


SHIRLINGTON HAS EVERYTHING 


Truly a Shoppers City with all these stores and 
services on three city blocks. Park free and 
attend to all your shopping needs—all at once! 


Aristo Cleaners Lenders, Inc. 
A. S$. Beck Mareum Realty 
‘Cherner Shirlingon Motor Co. Maru’s Studio of Classic Dance 
Book & Record Shop Maternity Shop 
Chine Ina Mill End Shop 
Cohen's Picture Frames Nugent's 
_ Drug Fair Rembrandt's Shoes 
Eclair Bakery Shirlington Barber Shop 
Esther Shop of Shirlington Shirlington Cleaners 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. Shirlington Delicatessen 
Fanny Farmer Shirlington Hardware 
Food Fair Shirlington Jewelers 
Gude's Shirlington Paint Shop 
Gulf Oil Station Shirlington Radio and Television 
High’s Dairy Products Shirlington Theater 
Shirlington Trust Co. 
Singer Sewing Center 
Ted Louis Shop 
Toy Fair 
Woodrows 
F. W. Woolworth Co, 
Your Gift Shop 


Jerry's Youth Center 
Jules Hair Stylist 
Juvenile Bootery 


f 


DRUG FAIR 


REG. 2.98 50-FOOT 


Garden Hose 


1.98 


An exceptionally low price on 
this well-made. garden hose 
that will give you long service. 
Special for this sale! 


1.59 KIDDIE 


Yacht Chair 


93 


A smaller version of Mom and 
Dad’s outdoor chair. Sturdy 
wood construction. Folds eas- 
ily for carrying and storage. 


148 3-P0. POLYETHYLENE 


Mix Bowl Set 


1.19 


This new unbreakable plastic 
gives you the best mixing bow! 
thet will take plenty of hord 
usoge, Three different sizes. 


$8.95 ALUMINUM 


Loungette Chair 


4.99 


Relaxes you with a rocking mo- 
tion. Sturdy, lightweight olu- 
minum. Fabric is washable 
Soran. Folds easily. Lowest 
price ever! 


DRUG FAIR 


S. & H. GREEN STAMPS given 
with every cash purchase. 


CHARGE IT ot ne extre cost! 


Reg. 3.98 
Assorted Shapes 


FOAM 
RUBBER 
PILLOWS 


2.98 


© Corduroys 
@ Antique Sctins 


These beoutiful and versatile pillows 
come in knife edge, squore edge, 
boxed ond round styles. 12 beoutiful 
decorator colors in sizes to meet o!! 
your decorcting needs. 


MILL END SHOP 


ov. ere 930 AM. to 6 PM. 
Theres. Noon to § P.M. 


10-PIECE SOCKET 
WRENCH SET 


Reg. $1.65 98° 


17-PC. SCREWDRIVER SETS 
d.in-1 set thet gives yeu ell- _ 


pvrpese versoti| ty. 


FIRESTONE STORES 


FREE! YOUR CHOICE OF 
ANY 89c “POP” RECORD 


| | With « minimem 85 
otk on In purchase of books or 


ND BROWSE | records. 


BOOK "NH RECORDS 
TE. 6-5515 
Dally 8:96-4, Thurs. and Fri. 9.490-9 


—< 


SHIRLINGTON JEWELERS 


Values to $2! Complete 
Selection of Costume Jewelry 
Many unusucl! pieces 
—eorrings, neckioces, 
brocelets, cuff links 
end pins. All beou- 
tifully designed. 


Reg. $6.95 Men's or Women’s 
Expension Watch Bracelets 


SHIRLINGTON JEWELERS, 
INC. 


Opes Dolly 0:40 to ¢. Theredey 3:30 te 8 


ene emt mee 


SHIRLINGTON HOT SHOPPES 
PANTRY. HOUSE AND 
RESTAURANT 
“Food for the Whole Family” 
Open Mon. thru Sun. 7:30 aml a.m. 


SHIALINGTON HOT SHOPPES 
Reg. 35c Pint Creamy 
French Salad Dressing 

Hot Shoppes French 

Dressing = extro- 29:; 
specio!l testy trect on 

fomily salods et home. Thurs. enly 


SHIALINGTON HOT SHOPPES 
Reg. 3% Pt. Hot Shoppes 


Own Famous ice Cream 
Choose your pint from « 
voriety of delicious fle- Cc 
vors including pepper-- 


, coffee, butter 
brickle! Thurs. only 


SHIRLINGTON HOT SHOPPES 
Our 60c “Tolk-of-the-Town” 
Steer Hamburger 

Served on @ grilled bun, 
topped with spicy barbe- 50° 
Se grovy; rarebit souce. 
xtres include sliced to- 
maeto, potato chips. 


SHIRLINGTON HOT SHOPPES 


Reg. 1.85 Hot Shoppes 
Complete Laren Dinner 


1-75 


buster, choice of " dessert. | Titurs. only 


SHIRLINGTON HOT SHOPPES 
Reg. 65¢ Hot Shoppes 


PANTRY HOUSE AND 
: RESTAURANT - 
“Food for the Whole Family” 
Open Mon. thru Sun. 7:30 am-l om 


YOUR GIFT SHOP 


Reg. 4.95! Big 12-Inch 
Lazy Susan Serves Snacks 


Sove $2! Five ceramic 


dish hort 
inserts in chortreuse, 2.95 


pink or grey revolve on 
block iron base. 


Reg. 4.95! Set of 8 Hi-Ball 
Glasses in Brass Rack 
Turquoise, pink, yellow or 


white glosses with gole 2.95 


decorotions, Plus polished 
bross coddy rock. 


$1 Potted African Violet 
with Self-Wotering Saucer 


Seucer designed to let 
you woter your pilont 


soucer. 


YOUR GIFT SHOP 


Open Weekdays 16 am-4 om: There. & 
fr. 18 om om 
ov. &- nei 


THOUSANDS OF ANNIVERSARY 


Children’s: Brown 
Moccasin Oxfords 
Special purchose of sturdy 


moccosins with scuff toes, 5.95 


Neolite soles. Sizes 8 ‘2 
to 3. 


ond 6.50 


Children’s Loafers 
By Viner 


Exceptional! value in this 


fine moke. Red or brown 5.95 


in sizes 10 to 3, widths 
A to D. 


4.95 Children’s 
Pull-On Boots 


With flet heels. Colors 


brown, red end white 3:95 


For children, infonts end 
growing giris 


' JUVENILE BOOTERY 


Ones dety 8 8 te @. There. & FA 
to § — OV. 48-8688 


A Mouth-Wetering Menu of 
Chinese and 
American Dishes 


» « « ORG the prices are modest 


Luncheons, Dinner end Cerry-Ovt Service 
Open 11:30 AM. to 18 PM. Dally 


from the bottom! Green, 50° 
pink, bleck er white pot, 


F. W. WOOLWORTH 60. 
BULLETIN BOARDS 


Use in students roma, xaer 1.98 
ete. _ sxe” 3.49 


2.98 POTHOS PLANT 


Reploce plonts that died 
during summer heot with | 98 
this bushy, long trailing 
plant. In 5” plastic pot. 


RUBBER-SOLED CANVAS 
SHOES AND OXFORDS 


Specic! value! Colors biye or ]-69 
red. Boys in block. Sizes for eng 
children, misses and boys. 1-98 


BOYS’ FLANNEL 
SUEDENE SHIRTS 


Pre-shrunk for permenent 19 
fit. Sizes 10 te 16 in ]- 
picids. 


» * 


ELM BLANKETS 


Reyon end nylon blend. Light weight. 
Worm ond soft. Size 72x84. In 


essorted colors, 3-98 


BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ 
WESTERN JEANS 


Blue denim Sonforized. With side 
zipper. Sizes 7 14. 1-79 


F. W. Woolworth Go. 


Geen dally 0:20 to 6:96, There. and Pri. 
0:00 te §~TEB, €-0077 


A. $. BECK SHOE STORE 


SMART, COMFORTABLE 
MEN’S LOAFERS 


Mode in eur own foc- 
tories. In block and 99° 
brown. Sizes 5 to 13. 7: 


Unusuc!l value! 


MEN’S GENUINE 
__ CORDOVAN SHOES 


The mosterpiece of fine 
leathers in @ fine shoe. 12-95 
Sizes 6 te 13. 


WOMEN’S HAND-SEWN 
LOAFER MOCCASINS 


Gerdthe moccasin in red, 
brown or block. Sizes 3-99 


from 4 to 10. 


GENUINE BROWN 
ALLIGATOR PUMPS 


The most sensctions! 

velue of the yeor in 

beautiful genuine @lli- 10-95 
gotor. 


TEEN-HEEL SHOES 
FOR BACK TO SCHOOL 


Medium heels for grow- 
eg ered Sizes from 4 3-99 
to , 


LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 
TEEN-AGE FLATS 


Tremendous selection of 
filets in bieck end colors 2.99 
ond ol! sizes. 


GIRLS’ ANKLETS 
FOR ALL OCCASIONS 


00 100 3.00 


A. $. BECK 
SHOE STORE 


| Oven Dally 1:50 49 | Pract. and Pri. od |} 


PLENTY OF FREE STREET LEVEL PARKING! STOR 


A 


4, 


‘h 


ton 


} | Ei 


afew! 


= 


+o 


PE LS TTT AIS TIT 


Viet [Sad TTEEEE 


& 
« 


Y) 


DIRECTIONS: Just 24 miles south of the Pen- 


, 7 
’ 
‘ " ; 
- ; “ 
‘ / 
> ' i 
~ "e. 4 ; 
4 ; : 
. cm 
‘ 


Thursday, September 13, 1956 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD. 


VIA COL UMaIA Pike 
By Revte 120 


SHIRLINGTON: 


BUSINESS +, 
, 


CENTER e 


FAIRLINGTON £2 


tagon on Shirley Highway end odjacent to Pork 
Fairfax. Only minutes by cor from wherever you cre! 


PET wee 


ji > 


| : oe rary SLR a a 
SACP CLR E Oe 


‘PP. [s RS 


. 7 


* @e 


en op 
~~ 


. ’ oe 


— 


Nae 


— - 


ae, , =—1C ~~ —q 


GIFTS! 


| 
Rem wrecuineton 


f 
BEVERLY 
HILLS 


PARK FAIR FAX 


’ 
ai 


FROM 
ALEAANORIA 
“=... 


> 
A . 
_ 
= , 
| 
- > 
7 . 
— £, : 
ws « 


a “ , Ae = = 
pPReSKEr™ my y= BE “i : 


VALUES! 48 STORES IN THREE = BLOCKS! 


FOOD FAIR 


SUPER MARKET 
A DIVISION OF THE GRAND UNION CO. 
Open Daily 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 


Food Fair Blue Ribbon Meat Dept. 
U. S. Choice, Packers Top Brands 


CHUCK 
ROAST 


39 


Food Feir Ultra-Fresh Produce 
U. $. NO. 1, WHITE 


10: 9h 


0: 35 


SAVE ON— 


TIDE 


WASHDAY MIRACLE 


: 29 


Plus— 


5. & H. GREEN STAMPS 


OF EXTRA COST 
WITH ALL YOUR 
PURCHASES 


Shirlington Hardware Co. 

TRU-LINE T~-SQUARES 

Precisi made for - 

dere pe cacalinadee 15 % 
OFF 


All sizes 


18"x24" DRAWING BOARD 


Mode from choice kiin- 
1.99 


dried softwood 
Reg. 2.65 


CAL-DAK TV SERVING TRAYS 


i a | ttterns. 
we ee an 
2.95 


FAMOUS MAKE 1-GALLON 
PICNIC JUGS 


9.02 
4.04 


100% VINYL PLASTIC 
GARDEN HOSE 
With 8-yeer guorontes 


25 Ft. ' 5O Ft. 
Reg. 2.19 Reg. 3.39 


«ge 


STANDARD SIZE PICTURE 
FRAMES 


Picture matting cut te 20% 
size. Picture framing. 0 
OFF 


SILEX ELECTRIC LAWN 
TRIMMER 


14:99 


SHIRLINGTON 
HARDWARE CO. 


Open 9 AM. te € PM. Trers.. Fri. § 4. 
te § PM.—TE. 6-2906 


Reg. 21.95 


COHEN’S PICTURES 
Reg. $50 Venetian Mirror 


36x60 first « quality 98 
quorter-inch Pittsburgh 29- 
plete gioss. Beveled . 

edge, copper electroploted back. 
Masonite bocking, ready to hong. 
Phone ond moll orders occepted, 
Free delivery 


Reg. $55 apa: Mirror 


20x48 finest : 29- 98 


Pittsburgh plote gloss. 
Beveled and hond-en- 

groved. Electro copper pleted bock. 
Mosonite bocking reedy to hang. 
Phofe and moi! orders occepted. Free 
delivery 


Reg. $60 Venetian Mirror 


32x48 dow | mit 
x shodow hox " 29-98 


ror, First-quoality Pitts- 
Electro cop- 


burgh plete gioss with 

plain deep glass borders. 

per pioted bock Mesonite bocking 

ready to hong. Phone ond moil or- 

ders occepted. Free delivery 
Values to 6.95 in 
Framed Pictures 

Lerge variety of subjects, 98 

including lendscepes, tio- 2: 

rols, figures ond birds. 


Modern and conventiona!. 
tifully framed 


COHEN’S PICTURES 


MIRRORS @ FRAMES 


Open 8:50 to €: There. and Fri. ‘TH ® 
OV. 8-0606 


All beou- 


9 EXPERT BARBERS 


Four speciclists for young girls, 
women! Any style. No appointment 
needed. We take great pride in our 
work—"’Service’’ is our motto! 

Under Supervision of Mr. Morris and Mr. 
Irving. . 


SHIRLINGTON BARBER SHOP 


Oven £6 am.-€.30 gpm—TE. €-9898 


_ = 


EXPERT 
DRY CLEANING 


Complete Laundry 
Service 


Same day service— 
Ne emtra charge 
Menderef? service fer fine gorments. 


AA garments insured egainst fire end 
theft while in eur possession. 


SHIRLINGTON CLEANERS 
AND LAUNDERERS, ING. 


‘Open 1:00 AM. te 7:08 PM. Date 
ov. E-rrer: 


Complete 
Banking Services 


Checking & Savings Accounts. 
Sefe Deposit Boxes 


we invite your account 


SHIRLINGTON TRUST 
COMPANY 


Member Federe! Deposit insurance Corp. 


ESTHER SHOP 
Reg. 16.98 Boys’ Sheen 
3-Pc. Cotton Snow Suits 
Knit red turtle- k: 
knit ' + gg on eam 13-99 
quilt-lined Includes ski 
cop. Chorcoa! or khaki in sizes 3 te 7, 


Reg. 16.98 Girls’ 2-Pe. 
Hooded Snowsuits 


Galey & Lord ploi — 
solid poplin trousers. Ny- 13 99 
lon §3=quilt-lined jocket, 
convertible hood collier; chin tab. 
Choice of colors in sizes 3~6x, 
Reg. 2.29 Boys’ 
7 
Double Knee Jeans 


1-67, 3 for $5 


Sonforized 10-oz. denim, reinforced 
with copper rivets, heovy zipper. Sizes 
3-6 (with suspenders! ond 6-12. 


Reg. 59c and 69c Boys’ 
Cotton Knit Underwear 


47< and 57°< 


BRIEFS—Elastic waist, fly front; full 
cut 

SHIRTS—Short sleeves: 
neck, soft combed cotton. 


Ask for Your FREE Book Covers 


ESTHER SHOP 
OF SHIRLINGTON 


TE. 6.2399 
Mondey. Thuredev. Friday, 6:97 te ® 
Teesdey, Weduceday. Saturday. 9 "8 te € 


reinforced 


Specializing in 
KOSHER 
STYLE FOODS 


+ « with those wonderful pickles. 
Heve @ smock or @ sizzling steck. 
Our imported 


Open 10 AM. to 10:45 PM. 7 dave 4 week 
Te. ¢-0008 | 
ASC ON or OFF Ne. 1278 


«REG. 12.50 “JULIET” 


OIL COLD WAVE 


pot WAIRSTYLIST 
Ki, 8-7400 


Mon.-Tees -Frit.-Set 8-4; Wed & Thurs. 3-9 


FUN FOR 
THE WHOLE FAMILY! 


REG. 2.98 
TV GAMES 


1.99 


Such TV fovorites es ““Mosaquerade 
Party,” “Truth or Consequences,” 
“Justice,” “Doller @ Second’ ond 
“Breck the Bonk.” These ore edu- 
cotor-opproved toys thet are perfect 
ift ltems All ettractively boxed. 
Buy now ot this low price for Christ- 
mos giving. 


TOY FAIR 


TE. 6-0124 


Datly 9:96 te @€. There. end Fri.’ 8 


HOME STITCH SHOP 
Reg. 98¢ GINGHAM PLAIDS 


36 inches wide. Wash- 
cle, colorfost, little or 
no ironing required. Smert 
new potterns ond colors 
for foll. The ideo! fabric for school 
dresses ond shown in Vogue for smert 
street dresses for grown-ups, too. 


3.98 and 4.98 VELVATONE 
WOOLENS by | MILLIKEN 
100% wool, 2% 


ond shrunk, 54 in. wap 
ond picin tones so populer ho col- 
DISNEYLAND PRINTS 
time for school dresses. 
]-19 
dress, also ski sweoter, 
Home-Stitch Shop 


New fall shodes in tweeds 
lege girls for skirts and dresses, 
36 in. wide, disciplined 

98< 
Pastel end dork grounds. yerd 
Four-ply. Just in time te 
afghon, jiffy knit end octopus. Free 
Open 9:90 to @. Thurs. end Fri. 8:98 te © 


REG. 1.49 BATES 
wrinkle-resistent, Just in 
1.39 KNITTING WORSTED 
knit thot new Vogue 
instructions. 48 colors. 
El. @-863% 


69° 


NUGENT’S 


New Group! Reg. 16.99 
New Fall Suits 


All the most populer 
new foll colors ond 
styles. Sizes 10 to 16 
in the group. 


*15 


Reg. 69c Pair 
Nylon Hose 


Fi full-fash- 
od nylon h prs. 1-95 


ioned nylon hose 
in the newest fol! 
shodes. Sizes 8'2 to 11. 


Special Group! Dresses 


*A wide voriety of 


Rembrandt's 
"EXQUISITE 
FOOTWEAR" 


Such fameus names ast 


@ Naeturelizers 
® Deliso Debs 
@ Gine Delsini 
® Sendler of Boston 
@ Midtown Formals 


any many others 


Sizes 4 te 11, AAAAA te C. Beouti- | 


REMBRANDT’S SHOES 
KI, 9-4949 


Defly $:90 te ¢; There. end Fri. 8:00 & 


FAMOUS BRANDS 
LADIES’ HOSE 


67¢|97¢|77« 


Full-fashioned stretch Nylon hese, 
full-feshioned sheer Nylons, full- 
foshioned half Nylon hose; popular 
shodes, sizes 8'4 to 11. 


MATERNITY FASHIONS 


Open 0:96 t ¢. Thare. & Pri. 10 & © 
ov. &-4008 


Bonene Loof Bread. Reg. 43¢...39¢ 


DELICIOUS 
Bakery 
Treats 


Fresh Peoch Butterburs.. Kitchen 
Speciols. Reg. 45¢ 5% 


special catering 
service available 


CLAIR 
PASTRY SHOP 


Oven Dolly 6 AM. to 8 PM. 


- BRISTO DRY CLEANERS 


Oven OAM. to 1 PM. Dally. TH. 6-4008. 


ANY MAN'S — che 


65: 


Upon presentation 
of this od 


BEAUTIFULLY 
“a hn 


AND DYERS 


TED LOUIS SHOP 
295 Battery-Powered 


VACUUM 
BRUSH 


1.89 


This portable flashlight-size unit is 
en unusucl end useful gift. Cleens 
end de-lints suits, hots, suedes, etc. 
The perfecf trove! ec . f- 
otes on 2 flashlight bette ct- 
teries net included. 


Rog. 3.9 
Men's Cotton 
FLANNEL SHIRTS 


2.49 


Fine cotton flonne! shirts in many 

checks end picids. All cre ‘an y nie 
ond Soenforized. Men's sizes Small, 
Medium end Lerpe. Stock up now et 
this special low price for the cold 
months cheod. 


OV. 3-339 
Deity $:00-4, There. ond Pri. # 


_—_ = 


REG. 95c HALF GALLON 
OF HIGH’S ICE CREAM 


riot ate cae A 69« 
HIGH’S DAIRY PRODUCTS 


Serpe 
ee se nd well 


1999 
MERCURYS 


as low as 


1,695 
With 
NEW CAR 
GUARANTEE, 


TERMS and 
SERVICE 


cloir series. Some with Mere- 
O-Maetic, some. with overdrive, 


cll equipped with radio end - 


heater. 


Cherner-Shirlington 
Motor Oe. 


Ford, Lincoln, Mercery Deolers 


Open Weekdays 8 AX. 
te 8 P.M 


fat. QAM. to OPM 
OVerlook 3-4000 


ES OPEN THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS UNTIL 9 P.M. 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
.: ao Thursday, September 13, 1956 og 


——_ 


Users’ Group Set to Run Canal 


(was requested at this time. 


SUEZ—From Page I 


Nunez-Portuondo of Cuba, gave the Council President a 
President of the Security Coun- copy of President Nasser’'s Sept 
cil for September. 110 counterproposal for another 
‘The letter, also signed by conference. The Council Presi- 
Louis de Guirigaud of France,\dent asked all Council mem 
called Egypt's refusal of the 18-\bers to remain in New York 
nation proposal “an aggravation City, the Associated Press re- 
of the situation which if al-| ported.) 
lowed to continue would con-| Gaitskell described the idea 
stitute a manifest danger toof sending ships with their 
peace and security.” No action.own pilots through the canal— 


SSS . 
y 


2 
- 


IT COSTS NO MORE AT 


g 


Ss. &. Pierce 

Fine Feeds, 
Wines 
Liqeers 


Accounts 
Invited 


t 
th. $1.09 


» 39% 
ROCK CORNISH ROASTERS 


I. 69<() 
HARTLEY'S ORANGE MARMALADE ™ 291 
YOUR CHOICE—GIANT SIZE 


Regular price 79 ok 69 c 2 


CHEER—DREFT—DUZ 
FAB—BLUE—RINSO 
Li 


Y 


A 


Open Until 9 P.M. ON FRIDAY 


DE. 2-1766 1727 Connecticut Ave. N. W. DE. 2-336 


AGED SIRLOIN STEAKS 


ROCK CORNISH ROASTERS 


LEAN 


— a, 


‘ 


~ 


- 


Lf Le 


_ 


LARGE HEADS 


SNOW-WHITE CAULIFLOWER ** 29° 
CALIFORNIA EMPEROR GRAPES 2» 29% 


FANCY CALIFORNIA 9 te. 35° ‘ 


BARTLETT PEARS 
oe. 19¢h\ 


< 


CALIFORNIA ARTICHOKES 
We Marisa Enc tobtal Guat soterder."tosteaber Soo 
Pienty "weegll eletiz, Setier reer order te zee. (a 5 

ESI RD AA IY OH 


lie 2 ae 2 _t 


fwith dues being paid to the 


(Immediately afterward, Am- organization — as “dangerously! 
Britain to Ambassador Emilio passador Omar Loutfi of Egypt like a highly provocative step.”| 


He warned that in the event 
of military action the Arab 
states would rally to the side 
of Egypt, India might leave the 
British Commonwealth and 
Russia would send volunteers 
to help the Egyptians. 

“Does it mean, then, that the 
Government are prepared to 
risk what might even become 
a general war merely over this 
idsue” Gaitskell demanded 
| Members of Parliament, sum 
moned back from their sum 
mer recess to attend the debate. 
sat on the floor of the cham 
ber and packed the galleries 
above 

Sitting gravely among them 
was Sir Winston Churchill, who 
strained forward to hear as his 
protege and successor rose to 
speak 

Eden said the word “seizure.” 
and not “nationalization,” 
should be used to describe the 
Suez situation 

In discussing the proposed 
users’ association. Eden said 

“I must make it clear that if 
the Egyptian Government 
should seek to interfere with 
the operations of the associa 
tion or refuse to extend to it 
the essential minimum of co 
operation, then that Govern 
ment will once more be in 
breach of the Convention of 


, 1888" (the Constantinople con 


vention laying down interna- 
tional rules for the Suez Canal) 
This statement and many 
others brought cheers from 
|Conservatives and calls of “re- 
sign” and “deliberate provoca- 
tion” from the Opposition. 
| Eden said military prepara 
tions made by Britain in the 
Mediterranean were “limited 


LEARN 


TV-RADIO- 
ELECTRONICS 


APPROVED FOR GI 
& CIVILIAN TRAINING 


EARN 


WHILE YOU LEARN 
Register Now for Sept. Classes 


Phoene—Write or Come in 


PHONE ME. 8-5626 


COLUMBIA TECHNICAL 
INSTITUTE 
VERMONT AVE. AT WN ST. NW. 
Catalegucs—Est. 46 Years 


in scope.” It was “ludicrous” 
to accuse the Government pf 
saber-rattling, he said. 

Toward the end of his hour- 
‘long speech Eden said: “There 
are those who say we are not 
justified in reacting vigorously 
unless Colonel Nasser commits 
some further act of aggression 
That was the argument used in 
the 1930's to justify every con- 
cession made to the dicta 
 » are 

“We have to prove ourselves 
wiser this time and to check 
aggression by the pressure of 
international opinion if possi 
ble, but if not, by other means 
before it has grown to mon 
strous proportions 

“For this country, military 
action is @ways the last resort 
and we shall go on working for 
a peaceful solution so long as 
there is any prospect of achiev 
ing one. But the government 
is not prepared to embark upon 
a policy of abject appease 
ment.” 

Gaitkell said that what the 
Prime Minister had announced 
“cannot but divide the nation 
even more deeply.” 

“This saber-+rattling has had 
a disastrous effect on world 
opinion and is still a very grave 
handicap in the way of a proper 
solution to this probiem,” he 
said 

“Our indictment against the 
government is that they have 
brought this country into the 
dilemma that either we carry 
out threats of force. or we face 
the greatest diplomatic climb 
down in our history.” 

He demanded the dispute be 
taken at once to the Security 
Council and that Britain make 
ia deciaration she would not 
use force except in accordance 
with the United Nations Char- 
ter. 


New Association 


Explained by Mollet 


Reuters 


PARIS, Sept. 12—French 
Premier Guy Mollet said to 
night that if Egypt refuses to 
recognize the new users as 
sociation, each country will be 
compelled to take “necessary 
measures” to enforce its rights 
to use the canal. 

Moliet told a press confer. 
ence that the 1888 Convention 
would be considered violated if 
Egypt were to insist on substi- 
tuting her own canal pilots for 
the pilots of the new associa 
tion. He said the association 
would be set up “very rapidly” 
and members will be sought by 
Britain, France and the United 
States among other users 

Asked if other members have 
already been found, he replied 
“To my knowledge, no. But I 


- 


% 


A. - 
3. 

- 

- 

: 

+ 


War Threat 


=a Arab-Israel 


Increases 


JERUSALEM, Sept. 12 @ 


Sharp fighting broke out on 
Israel's borders today. 


At least 19 Arabs were kitted! 


in the skirmishes, bringing to) 
30 the number of persons kill-| 
ed in border clashes within 36 
hours. It was the worst out-' 
break since Israeli troops at- 
tacked Syrian shore positions 
on Lake Tiberias earlier this 
year. killing more than 50 


Syrians 
) King Hussein of Jordan, in 


Associated Press 
Britain's Sea Boss 


Viscount Hailsham. Britain's 
recently appointed First Lerd 
of the Admiralty, is pictured 
earlier this week as he left 
Ne. 18 Downing Street in 
Lenden after calling of 
Prime Minister Anthony 
Eden. Hailsham tf on at 
terney. 


am certain others will want to 
adhere.” 

He said the headquarters of 
the association and other de- 
tails were still under discus 
sion. He declined to reply when 
asked if the Cape of Good Hope 
route would be used if Presi 
dent Nasser refused entry to 
the canal to vessels of the asso 
ciation 


Mollet said the measures de 
cided by France and Britain 
entail neither boycott nor 
anything of this kind.” bat 
merely applied the decision of 
the London Suez Conference 
last month to set up an inter- 
national body to administer the 
canal. 

Asked by an American re 
porter if the association was 
an idea of United States Secre- 
tary of State John Foster 
Dulles, Mollet replied it was 
being set up “by joint accord 
of the three countries.” 

Asked if military protection 
would be given the convoys of 
the new association. Mollet 
said, “Things will continue as 
before. No exceptional meas 
ures are foreseen.” 

Mollet said he had had be- 
fore him two possible courses 
of action in reply to Nasser’s 


Gr the new association, 
it 


an unusual move, called in the) 
United States, British and 
French Ambassadors and told 
them that a new ArabIsrael 
war is inevitable unless Israeli 
forces are restrained. 

Jordan charged that 1000 
Israeli troops inyaded the Jer- 
danian Hebron area early to 
day, ambushed a police patrol 
and blew up @ police station 
and school 

(The United Nations Truce 
Supervision Organization later 
accused Israeli of an “act-of 
retaliation such as has been re- 
peatedly 


curity Council.” 


ported.) 

israel charged yesterday that 
ordan machine-gun fire killed 
six israeli soldiers in the He- 
bron Area Monday. The Israe- 
lis were said to have been kill- 
ed inside Israel and then draP 
ged across the border to make 
it look like they had “invaded” 
Arab territory. | 


on board arrives at the entrance 
to the canal, they will ask Egyp- 


tian authorities for facilities of 


passage. 
Mollet said if Nasser refuses 


ing will take place on the model 
of the London talks on Monday 
between himself and Eden. 


ART EXHIBIT 


rejection of the London confer- 


ence proposals 

One course was a retort. The 
other was the prolonging of ne- 
gotiations which would prob 
ably have had no result. 

“We have chosen the retort,” 
he said 

The new association will re 
cruit its own pilots, and when 
a ship with an association pilot 


“Yes, “Beacon Wax" is o waste 


of art. It got Ist prize in labo- 


and hardest 


You've a right 


to be proud. 


Wes YOU SERVE Old Grand-Dad, your 
very action says “Nothing is too good for 


my friends.” You know—and so do they 
— that this is the finest of all bourbons. 


“> la 
o>s 
Re ate ae: 
aa . al ee - — 


— 


“e 


s 7 
a £4 
Cee ‘ 
igs 
‘inn 6 


mae me r 
_ RENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WIHSKEY < 100 PROOF. GOTTLED IN SOND - THE OLD GRAND-DAD DISTILLERY CO, FRANKFORT, KY. i~_ DIV. OF NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS 


is 


— 


~~ ——eam. — 


' 
a 


. oe. A “ 
- —s —s ~s 
. a 
aes Fo ° 
. ry x 
de 


alc 


al a 4 
: Or mS « 
ae SF 
y lg ae . 
“te AED 
OO Ih 
, -, 


t 


TODAY ONLY! 
THURSDAY! 


TH 


L Lo 
Un 
Nin. 


NAMABROU LO 


New 1956 


Regular $239.95 Brand New 1956 y 


FRIGIDAIRE 


Reg. $179.95 Brand New 1956 


COLUMBIA 
HI-FI CONSOLE 


360m Automoti« Phone w Jd speed 
changer & diamond needle 


7 ie anne. rprsvmperapull 


1936 
Reg. $329.95, NEW 


Pitiieliiiiini tlt iiiuimiiubilial eriewiing 


| b] 


ue 


UMC ARNUANUES 
Sth & E 


i\') 
2146 -24th | 1021 H 
Sts. N.W. 


PLACE NE. | St. WE 


Open Thurs. 9 te 6 Open Thurs.  & 


THE WASHINGTON POST nd TIMES HERALD 
pane _ Thursday, September 13, 1956 


f. 


INVENTORY 


CLEARANCE SALE 


3122 14th N.W., ____™ Au stamoano cave srosss IRONING 
1113 G St. N.W. . 


914 F St. N.W. ri OARD wg ALUMINUM 
3929 MINN. N.E. : 1101 H St. NLE. (a 


PITCHER 


~~ ay + 4. 
————\ i catdin endian Deep. well-fer rmed lip for 


a $5.98 | Sot 


GALVANIZED ~~ > UTILITY > “ —- , ‘aa STANDARO'S 


3 \q LOW PRICE 


60° VALUE 


SPONGES 


BAG OF 6 


=3I 


$1.00 VALUE | 49° BAG 


ss ms UE—WOOD tf CHARCOAL 
WET MOP | OLLING BRIQUETS 


; . » 
f 7 s S 
. 4 = 3 > 
| r-s. fs =*S <> 
6! ay ; SSS 
: | 
' AND LONG HANDLE rampane ON T 
aN stammane's ¢ a Ni “= t - B. « TESTED 
Low » 
Fy RICE 
oo 
- 
. 


AMERICAN MADE 


j [DRUG TOILETRY EXTRA SPECIALS] = ican bene "G3 


73-100 WaTTg. « 
$1.23 VALUE BOTTLE | 
BUFFERIN : , M | | A Cc WITH POLLY 


' RED CAP 
TABLETS Ae | 


TOOTH PASTE 


STANDARD $ 


98° 
JOHNSON’S | = || | 
BABY U 


—— "3 LIST | 
onl VI-SYNERAL | 
12-oz. Size i. LPR VITAMIN snares suane, | 
low canes. i ( 0 Hi 0 q r DROPS 


STANOARD'S 
45cc LOW PRics 


RUBBING | =a 
COMPOUND ' y-27 


FULL PINT 


quit 


i 
i 


——- 2FOR $1.00 | 
*S*’ LIST 


, — OTT’s 
sanewe [tl TS (VU ro GROCERY SPECIALS 


Ba: <o vramin my epi POTTED 
= 5S A =|| SARDINES MEAT 
89° VALUE | IN OIL : 
LISTERINE | — = 


STANDARO'S 


ANTISEPTIC 
14-OZ. SIZE 


| te ' om = ~. ~ 

DR. WESTS Pan 4 yt e- Gator fav 

JOHNSON’S TOOTH 11 Ge? i 
BABY \ 

POWDER 


“ 
. caaneae 
_ 
. wa F 
he 
4 


y 


nes 


’ 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER ALD 


war} 


Thursday, September 13, 1956 


—_—_ 


U.S. to Back New Suez Agency 


POLICY iF rom Page I difference of approach, if not of fruitless 


the new proposal does not 
work. But the hope here is, as 
President Eisenhower indicated 
at his Tuesday press confer- 
ence, that if the “users as 
ciation” scheme fails to win 
Egyptian the issue will 
then be taken to the United Na- 
tions 

The American intention 
clearly remains to find a peace 
ful so ution and avoid invoive- 


sO- 


aacent 


end he 
prepared, as hes el 
reported, to heip 
the massive task of switch- 
¢ Western European ship 
; the Suez Canali to 
the long-way-round Africa via 
the Cape of Good Hope. The 
United States will supply sore 
dollar help and up oil 
production here as well as in 
Venezuela to make up the gap 
which wéuld be created by the 
longer hau 
That Britain does not want 
to resort to this move, however. 
was clear from Eden's remarks 
in Londot yesterday on its ex 
ve cost. But the cost would 
be far less thanh.the cost of a 
war, in Washington's view. and 
such a move would¢-n 
the fruits of his 


+ el 


g from 


step 


cessi 


nited States itself will 
ermit ships of American 
erns to be piloted through 
e canal by Communist pilots 
who are expected to be put on 
the job shortly by Egypt. 
Much Confusion 
There was a great deal of 
confusion at the State Depart 
ment yesterday after Eden's 
speech in London as to the ex- 
act nature of the American 
commitment to the plan} At 
first, spokesman Lincoln White 
would only say that@he was 
“not disputing”: Eden's state- 
ment that the Bic Three had 
atreced to the plan. Shortly 
afterwards, Whi to’'d news 
that “the United States 
reed to joir this olan.’ 
severe! hours later, White 
announced the “if” statement 
which appeared to indicate a 


WHILE PRESENT STOCKS LAST-BUY AND ee 


@ Whitewall ° Nylon ° Tubeless @ Blackwall ° Rayon ° Tubed 
THE TOTALLY DIFFERENT TUBELESS 


U.S. Royal 8 


{/ SET OF 4—REGULARLY $120.40 


$662 


WHITEWALLS AND OTHER SIZES ALSO SALE PRICED. 


j 


n 
L nited 


basic fact, with the British and 
French. 

Dulles himself is expected to 
clear this up at an 11 a. m 
press conference today. 

Eden had said that Britain 

had “decided in agreement 
with” the United States and 
France to set up the new group 
The State Department release. 
however, said the United States 
“will participate” if others of 
the 18 join in setting up the 
ew “association.” 
The new plan will mean, once 
it is set up, that American ship 
pers will quit paying their tolls 
to the Egyptian c@hal concern 
as they pass through the canal 
Ihstead, they will pay the new 
association which will, as Eden 
put it, pay Egypt “appropriate 
payments.” 

It was noted in both London 
and Paris that the 1888 Conven- 
tion permits users of the canal 
to employ their own pilots 

lt was expected that the new 
association's pilots would be 
stationed on ships off Port Said 
and at the south end of the 
canal, and would boarc the as- 
sociation’s ships as they ap- 
prochea. 

At the London Conference. 
Dulles worked long and hard 
to win adherence io his then 
proposal of Asian-African na- 
tions. He did win over Turkey. 
Iran, Ethiopia, Pakistan and 
Japan. “How many, if any, of 
these will join the new “asso- 
ciation” remains an unknown 
though there is hope of some 
Asian participation—Japan, at 
least. 

This raises the unhappy pos- 
sibility, as Washington sees it; 
of an exclusively, or near-x- 
clusively, Atlantic community 
or white nations “association.” 
This, in turn, it is realized, 
may very well play into the 
hands of the Russians who 
have been charging the West 
with trying to reimpose colo- 
nialism on Egypt 

But the alternative. as Wash- 
ineton saw it. was the risk that 
Britain and France wou'd use 
force against Egypt rather than 
suffer a loss of prestice or get 
entangled in a lengthy and 


TIRE PRICES HAVE GONE UP 
BUT NOT AT 


STi pA 


argument at the 
United Nations. 

In one sense, the new pro- 
posal amounts to a form of eco- 
nomic pressure on Nasser. For 
is he refuses to permit ships to 
pass through the canal with 
their “association” pilots, it 
now scems likety that they will 
be diverted around the Cape 
and he will lose the tolls from 
the major maritime nations, at 
the least 

Rerouting ships around the 
Cape probably would mean a 


U. S.-Panama Dispute 
On Pay Aired by ILO 


HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 12 ” 
Jose tivera, a Panamanian 
delegate to the regional con 
ference of the International 
Labo. Oranization, accused the 
United States today dis- 
crimination by paying United 
States workers in the Canal 
Zone more than Panamanians 

John T. Fishburn. United 
States delegate, replied that 
the United States and Panama 
have agreed on a single pay 


of 


cut-back “fn oil production in 
the Middle East fields, a move 
which would trim the huge dol- 
lar revenueg now received by 
many Arab nations. While none 
of these nations has thusTar 
openly opposed Nasser’s ac- 
tions and his presumption as 
the leader of the Arab and 
Mosiem worlds, there have 
been indications some of them 
are unhappy. Presumably they 
would be more unhappy if they 
began to lose oil revenues. 
Eden spoke yesterday at 
some length of the burden to 
Britain and Western Europe of 
using an alternate route to the 
canal. He expressed determi- 
nation not to do so. At this 
point, the United States is 
likely to part company with its 
allies. Or so it seems now. 


Advertisement 


standard with Americans to get! 


25 per cent more to compen 
sate for higher tares. Rive 

said some Panamanians get 60 
cents an hour doing woik« [{o 
which an. American is paid 
$2.40. 


714 14th St. N.W. 


ee ee 4” 


Eastman Means Quality. Kedachrome and Kodacolor are 
processed for Sommers by Eastman Kodak Laboratories 


ASK FOR MAILING BAGS 
PROJECTORS ané CAMERAS FOR RENT—EFFICIENT REPAIR SERVICE 


SOMMERS CAMERA 


nex?T To Twas atmune ME. 8.5155 


ey ale i ee wax 


test and found ‘Beacon Wax' 
gives the brightest, best gloss. 
it's the best wax buy!” 


hrome 


GET 


FULL 
SET ra 


The same great fires 
chosen by car makers 
for the finest of ‘56 
Tubeless fer 
greater safety — First 


models. 


line — First quality in 
every respect. They de- 
totally different 
advantages found in no 
other tire. 


liver 


. 
4 
-, 


| 50% 


OFF vu. 


DISCONTINUED DESIGN 


S. ROYAL MASTER 


NYLON TUBELESS WHITE WALL TIRES WITH A CHOICE 
OF COLORS TO MATCH YOUR CAR AT NO EXTRA COST 


\ RI 


EXTENDED 
CREDIT 
TERMS 


MAJOR 


BRAND 


Equipment on ‘52-’53-'54 Cars 
Tubed With Free Butyl Tube 


SIZE 
6.70-15 
7,10-15 
7.60-15 
8.00-15 


BLACKWALL 
$13.88 
15.38 
16.88 
18.88 


WHITEWALL 

$16.88 
18.48 
19.98 
21.98 


40% to 50% OFF 


U. S. Nylon Premium Tires 
Tubeless or Tubed With Free Butyl Tube 


SIZE 
6.70-15 
7.10-15 
7.60-15 
8.00-15 


BLACKWALL 
$19.88 
22.98 
24.98 
27.98 


WHITEWALL 
$23.98 
27.98 
30.98 
33.98 


All Prices Plus Tax and Recappable Tire—Extra Allowance for Good Tires With Tread 


et 


ANACOSTIA 
2320 Nichols Avene. $ E 
su 4-7404 
e 


BETHESDA 


TS Old Georgetown Rood 
Berne @e Bens) OF 6-068000 


TIRE STORES 


MAIN STORE— 2011 M Street, 


RHODE ISLAND AVE. 


1404 Bhode 


blend Ave, NW 


eco ag 
ARLINGTON 
S634 een Setever’ 
"Suburban Stores Open Fridey to 9P.M.. 0 Ample Drive-in Perking Facilities ot All Stores 


N.W., EX 3-1551 


ALEXANDRIA 
1609 . Street 
a a 
FALLS CHURCH 


202 $. Washington Sweet 


YOUR BE- 


WHITESIDE 


Brended 
Scorch mhisk# 


'e 
° cerca wet ‘ 


ray 


"teers 


EST BUY IN SCOTCH! 


“Whiteside” 


00% 
IMPORTED 


OTCH 


80.6 Proof 


Alloys Ft. Davis Lieuor Store 


_ Sanam 


Pr PENNSYLVANIA SS 


_ 


PN nN om SN 


¢. 


SoS SSN 


NO DEPOSIT—HANDY 
THROW-AWAY BOTTLES 


Spar licuoers 


KRUEGER 


Arenue Wine 
& Licuo 


als | 


PREMIUM 
29 


CASE 


plus 
deposit 
Giobe Liquors 


“Marshall” 


| IMPORTED 


“2-33 


. 40 Proof 


oe 


BEVERAGE STORES 


Independent Retailers—Organized for Joint Advertising. 


ee 


“Kentucky Reserve” 


YEAR 


ALL rth wy ED 
TTEMS AVAILAB AT 
ALL THRIFTY STORES 
Cash and Carry. We re- 


serve the right te limit 


BLENDED Bevis so% 
KENTUCKY [tee 
WHISKEY M9. it ils 
Dixie Liquor Store 


°).99 ee, 


Opsesite Key Br idge 
ADame 4-7715 
86 Proof ¥*Ses sua" 


Victor Liquors 
6220 Georgia Ave. N.W. 
on Sheridan Thester 

Andeoigh 6-7777 


Circle Liquors 

& onn. Ave 
et Livingston Street 

WOedley 6-0600 


Jefferson Liquor Store 

6305 Geergis —~" Ce Ww. 
At ingrahem § 
RAndolph 6- 1010 


en 


District 37-2242 


1414 Irving St. N.W. 
Free Parking 
NOrth 7-2000 


The Calvert Shop 
T3212 Weseonate + 
Use Free Per Let 
Ftdera!l %- 77 4 


CASE OF 24 


12 oz. Bottles 


“Senator's Club” 


/ Lj Cliften Liquors 
T5ee 14th St. NW. 

Cor. 14th & Chapin 8ts. 
COtumbia 56-2090 


Queen's Liquors 
1786 Florida Ave NW. 
Corner 18th 4 Flor 
NOrth 17-3107 


NORTHEAST 


Catuehia Wine and Lia. 
1151 Bia@ensbere R44. NE 
thncote 6-\ bu 


Hamlin 
Liauor Co. 


rence 6-1650. 


Weltman 


4:40 Minnesota ve. N. 
2 Acres Free P 7kine 
LUdlew 4- 


SOUTHEAST 


s Ft. Davis 
_ Top of Pa. ai $4. 
LUdlew 2-2400 


Avenue Wine & Liquor 
Gail sen ace a8 
fae 4-030 


Admiral 


ELECTRIC RANGE 


MODEL 6132 
List Price. .... $259-"5 
Jumbo Zoo... %*44* 
Total Value ... $3047 


ot, | 99 95 


end your old renge 
YOU SGV@ «+s $104-*° 


COMPACT 30° MODEL A real space saver! Super-speed surface units. 
Giant economy oven. Automatic timer clock. A beautiful buy! 


Admiral 


HOME FREEZER 
. 1 MODEL 11USOA 

| List Price..... $279-%5 
Jumbo Zoo... *44% 


Total Value ... *32475 


Bh 1 99” 


YOu SGV@ .--« $124 


SAVE ALL WAYS with this 10.7 cu. ft. (gross capacity) Freeser. 
Holds 360 Ibs. frozen food. Freezes fast because actual freezing coils are 


Se al OR Se 
= rm Admiral 


21°" CONSOL§ TV 


MODEL C23A11 
(Swivel optional) 


List Price... .. $219-95 
Jumbo Zeo... *44* 


Total Value . . $264 1 


— e 
——— iene: ee ‘ : . 
Pa : ae a ~ 
een, = oan ji ner = 
y- - : es, my - a a 
r- —- as ad Z 
| Po 
. 


end your old TV Set 


you SGVO@ «++ 


THE SORRENTO 21° Big Buy! Top Front Tuning . 
chassis. Grained Mahogany, 
for Walnut finish. 


*Over-all diagonal. Viewable Grea 262 $4. in. 


See these and other ADMIRAL 


$44.80 


. Super 200 
Walnut, Blonde Oak finishes. Price shown 


DOWNTOWN WAREHOUSE 


Sth & E 
Sts., N. W. 


Open Thurs. 9 to 9 


SHOP AND SAVE ON GEORGE'S EASY TERMS! | 


2146-24th 
PLACE, N.E. 


Open Thurs. 9 #0 6 


YOURS FREE WITH 


Admiral. f 


Mom, Dad, Small Fry, ne gicmep nO ay love these big, beautiful, 
. each animal nearly 2 feet long! 
A wonderful collection for playtime, for room decoration: Get yours now! 


deluxe stuffed animals with their gay colors . 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Thursday, September 13, 1956 “ne BS 


; 


New from Aedemniread ...WORLD’S LOWEST PRICED 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR 


} 


ia 
/ 


Specials At Reiiatel 


NORTHEAST 
1021 
St., N. E. 


Open Thurs. 9 to 9 


~ 


. me rp. ae 
- > ’ 


MODEL TD1168 stadt 
List Price *eeees $359-%5 
Jumbo Zoo... . .%44* 


Total Value °eeee $404.75 


Bo 259" 


AND YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR 
you save... . .*144* 


Compare—and you'll know this is value! 
Big capacity deluxe refrigerator with sepa- 
rate freezer section to hold 56 lbs. frozen 
food. Packed with convenience féatures— 
handy shelves in the door, butter keeper, 
space for tal] bottles. Come save. . . now! 


a 
‘* 


' 


‘ ¥ 


The Washingion Post ——~ 


AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER 


PAGE 14 


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 19546 


Pretext for Force? 


To say that there appears to be far more boldness 
than wisdom in the British-Frénch-American plan 
for the Suez Canal is grossly to understate the case. 
The concept of an association of users of the canal 
cooperating to protect their rights is altogether 
logical by itself. But the intention of the Western 
Allies virtually to arrogate to themselves the oper- 
ating functions on which they have been unable to 
obtain agreement from Colonel Nasser is on most 
dubious legal ground. And the inference—which 
we hope is wrong—that the plan may be designed ta 
provoke an incident with Nasser so as to “justify” 
the “further steps” Prime Minister Eden suggests 
is a repugnant thought sure to alienate the world 
opinion Secretary Dulles has labored so hard to 
cultivate. 

What is the most incredible is that the United 
States should have associated itself mutely with 
the scheme outlined by Sir Anthony Eden in his 
bristling speech. What, precisely, is the American 
position? Is this country committed along with 
Britain and France, as Sir Anthony implied, 
or will it participate only if all 18 of the London 
Conference nations agree, — State Department 
now seems to be saying? Are the militance and 
frustration in Western Evfope so extreme that Mr 
Dulles deemed initial acquiescence necessary to 
avert a breakup of the Atlantic alliance? Certainly 
what is known so far of the American role flies 
directly in the face of President Eisenhower's de- 
nial at his news conference Tuesday that the United 
States is party to a British-French agreement on 
the Suez Canal. It also“flies in the face of the 
constructive approach.taken by Mr. Dulles in coun- 
seling restraint and reliance on negotiation rather 
than force. 

cos 

No one can dispute the right of any nation er 
group of nations to limit or abandon their use of 
the Suez Canal, or to evolve joint policies to safe- 
guard their rights. No one can dispute, either, the 
right of foreign pilots as free men not to continue 
to work for the nationalized Suez Canal Co. under 
Nasser’s dominion. 

But the plan of the still embryonic users’ asso- 
ciation to make its own rules and supply its own 
pilots for transit through the canal raises some 
knotty questions in international law. Many 
Western spokesmen have acknowledged Egyptian 
sovereignty over the canal as an international 
waterway, and there is no doubt that the Suez 
Canal Co. was Egyptian-chartered. If Egypt is 
sovereign over the canal, is it her right, rather 
than the right of users, to certify pilots? 

Moreover, Sir Anthony Eden has announced that 
the proposed association will collect the “transit 
dues” from member-users and will make “an appro- 
priate payment” to Egypt. How is the definition of 
“appropriate” to be made? Will the payments be 
the same as the tolls now in effect? British and 
French ships have been paying their tolls to 
the private Suez Canal Co. in London. But 
American ships have been paying their tolls 
under protest to Egyptian authorities in Port Said. 
The new plan presumably will require an affirma- 
tive act by the United States Government to instruct 
shipping companies not to pay Egypt, and to pay 
the users’ association instead. Will this be an 
infringement of Egypt's rights over the nationalized 
property—which was scheduled to revert to her 
anyhow in 1968? 


Mr. Dulles, while deploring Nasser’s action, has 
been careful to avoid calling the nationalization of 
the canal company illegal. Prime Minister Eden’ 
now has shifted the argument to describe the “de- 
internationalizing” of the Suez waterway as illegal. 
But there has been no substantive act by Nasser 
to deinternationalize the waterway. He has prom- 
ised to maintain freedom of transit in accordance 
with the terms of the 1888 Constantinople Conven- 
tion. He has not agreed, to be sure, to the plan 
suggested at the London conference, and there 
understandably may be little faith in his promise. 
He is still blocking passage of ships destined for 
Israel. But the Western nations let their oppor- 
tumity pass to act on this issue. And the fact 
remains taat Nasser has done pothing additional 
in present circumstances to interfere with use of 
the canal. 

co 

Would a refusal by Nasser to deal with the new 
appociation on its terms constitute justifiable cause 
for action against Egypt? It is very doubtful. The 
Western nat.ons would be taking the law in their 
own hands much as they accuse Nasser of having 
done. Conceivably the hope of the Western nations is 
that internal forces will now topple Nasser. But the 
Western govergments also must be concerned with 
external opinion. Their plan may easily seem to 
critical peoples a proposition which Nasser cannot 
possibly accept, and hence a provocation which will 
serve as a pretext for the use of force against 
Egypt. The plan indeed may have the effect in 
Asia and Africa of confirming Soviet propaganda 
about the West. 


If the intention of the Western governments is . 


not actually to use force but to refer the dispute 
to the United Nations, it would have been far better 
to take it there in the first place. Even an effort 
to obtain U. N. sanction for the present plan would 
remove some of its unilateral drawbacks. Almost 
any other approach, in fact, would be better than 
one which nakedly seems to invite war on the wrong 
issue—and war, not merely with Egypt, but with 
the Arab world. 

There are many ways of promoting a satisfactory 
settlement without making Nasser a martyr. Sir 
Anthony Eden has ruled out as impracticable the 


suggestion that long-range supertankers be built § 


to go around the Cape of Good Hope. The United 
States has sold most of its surplus World War Il 
tankers, and admittedly any plan to curtail de- 
pendence on the Suez immediately would 
cause some stringencies ( ch if there were need 
cargo vessels could be employed to haul oil to 
Europe from the Western Hemisphere in drums). 
But more big tankers obviously will be needed for 
the future anyhow. A concerted Western ship- 
building program to reduce dependence on the 
Suez Canal—couplied with an offer to help improve 
the canal under suitable international guarantees 
—still would be an important lever. | 
For the moment the Western governments have 
taken another and on the surface far less appealing 


The Voters’ Choices 


Voters showed a nice sense of discretion in sev- 
eral of the state primaries Tuesday. There may be 
some substance to the contention that the results 
in the Republican contests represent an indorse- 
ment of President Eisenhower. But if Mr. Eisen- 
hower is pleased by the outcome, he can take little 
or no credit for what happened in the most crucial 
of the state battles—the Republican senatorial nom- 
ination in Wisconsin. 

Sen. Alexander Wiley, whose renomination will 
cause rejoicing among believers in international 
cooperation, has been a Republican right arm for 
the President on foreign policy. He was opposed 
by Rep. Glenn R. Davis, a man who had supported 
the President on small issues and opposed him on 
the big ones, and who bore the indorsement of 
Senator McCarthy as well as that of the old-guard 
state Republican organization. Yet Mr. Eisenhower 
declined even to say a kind word for Senator Wiley 
—something he could have done easily without 
formally taking sides in the primary. Indeed, Mr. 
Wiley had the additional handicap of a curiously 
timed charge leveled at him by the Post Office 
Department on the eve of the primary for allegedly 
improper use of his franking privilege. Thus Mr. 
Wiley’s victory must be put down primarily to his 
own record ahd efforts. Let us hope it also repre- 
sented in some degree a voter repudiation of 
Senator McCarthy. 

In Utah the defeat of Gov. J. Bracken Lee in his 
bid for a third-term nomination also calls for con- 
gratulations. Governor Lee had acquired notoriety 
by registering frequent objections to just about all 
facets of modern society from the income tax to 
the United Nations, and in the process he caused 
something of a split in the Republican Party. His 
ouster by George D. Clyde, who is known in Wash- 
ington from his visits here on water problems, is 
a heartening voter testimpnial to a man who stands 
for something in contrast with a troglodyte who is 
“agin’” everything. 

In Colorado the Democratic senatorial primary 
contest was between two able men. Rep. John A. 
Carroll, who apparently nosed out former Secretary 


This is a 
happy peculiarity ef the Yankees. Whenever some 
of their fellows—e. g, the Messrs. Larsen and 


j 


iif 


* 


. ie A 


ae 


ae ¢ 


ne 


Letters to the Editor 


Imperatives for Peace 


In his acceptance address 
President Eisenhower listed 
three imperatives for peace. I 
quote excerpts from them: 

“Now for years the Iron Cur- 
tain was impenetrable. 
people were unable to talk to 
those individuals behind the 
curtain or travel among them 
. . « Or invite them to see what 
life is like in a free democ- 
racy, or even get acquainted 
in any way. What future was 
there in such a course except 
greater misunderstanding and 
an even deeper division of the 
world?” 

It is strange that even as he 
was saying this, the State De- 
partment was forbidding the 
American news correspondents 
to accept Red China's invita- 
tion to visit that country, and 
threatening years of imprison- 
ment and fines for any re- 
porter who disobeys the edict. 

Again let me quote: 


tion.” 

And yet recently the State 
Department's curt withdrawal 
from its plan to join with the 
World Bank and England to 
help finance the Aswan Dam 
was a sentence of death to 
many of the people of Egypt. 

But back to the speech: 

“And so the third imperative 
of peace is this.” the Presi- 
dent went on. “Without for a 


gf 
Segsit fF 
slavilrie 
give 
gre 


Hh 
HUT 
al 
| 
cs 


| 
Ee al 
ut i 


fi 


Our, 


fff 


teilectual capacity or the 
moral stability or the religious 
goodness to absorb the educa- 
tion proffered. . 

No one can deny that the at- 
tempted mob rule of Southern 
segregationists is representa- 
tive of the “extremists” in law- 
breakers, but one wonders 
where are the “good people” he 
speaks of so freely. These 
people (if there. are any—and 
certainly it is fantastic to as- 
sume that they are in the ma- 
jority) have allowed the Negro 
to.be mistreated by the South- 
erner (lawfully until after the 
Civil War and illegally since 
then) and are condoning the 
actions of the racists by their 
silence now. The President 
may refer to them as people if 
he wishes, but his adjective— 
“good”—is ill-chosen. 

One wonders, too, why the 
President doesri’t name some 
of those “extremists” on the 
other side, The most vocal or- 
ganization—the NAACP—has 
been carrying on a strictly legal 


fight against illegal segrega- - 


tion of all kinds since around 
1910. The Negro himself 
strained against the bonds of 
his servitude for what must 
seem like centuries. 

It is one thing for the South- 
erner to extol the nebulous 
virtues of “gradualism,.” “we 
can work it out ourselves,” “we 
need time,” etc. but is defi- 
nitely discouraging when one 
hears the President of the 
United States parroting these 
same illogical rationalizations. 

Perhaps we should mention 
to the President again that his 


af 


1 


t 
AF 
ey 


: 


Kind of edvestion 


for 


Canals on Mars 


I should like to cotrect some 


‘statements in Liewellyn Méill- 


er’s fine article, “Look Out! 
Here Comes Mars” (American 
Weekly, Sept. 2, 1956). 

The article mentions “.. . the 
ruler-straight ‘canals’ that have 
baffied astronomers since they 
were first sighted in 1877,” and 
says that “the great Italian 
astronomer, Schiaparelli, was 
the first to see and map_.this 
curious network of ‘canals.’” 

For the true story of the dis 
covery of the Martian channels 
(Schiaparelli’'s name for the 
lines), it is necessary to go back 
to the year 1840. At that time, 
on a map by Beer and Maedler, 
appear the first canals; in 1864, 
the English astronomer, Dawes, 
saw about nine canals. 

Schiaparelli never claimed 
the channels as his own discov- 
ery, but he discovered more 
than any other astronomer ex- 
cept Lowell. Because he wrote 
for a long time-’only in his 
native Italian, few people were 


hag familiar with his works. 


Schiaparelli’s one important 
legitimate discovery regarding 
the channels was their gemina- 


switched some of his equip- 
ment. The canalg were still 
there, and still double. He 
doubted his own eyes, but after 
he had changed his entire 
equipment, he was convinced 
that he was seeing no illusion. 
Lowell also saw and photo- 
graphed both single and double 
channels from Flagstaff. 


main the same; but—with in- 
creasing knowledge—both can 
be controlled in the best in- 
terest of the human estate. The 


g 


ea 

ef e 
epaceectal 
eee 


: 


33 


TG 
Ff 


In Pre-Campaign 


By Roscoe Drummond 


burg, Pa., for Mr. Stevenson—although the 
preliminaries have ) 
looked very much like 
the real thing to most of 
us. 
It has gotten off to a 
bad start. 

Thus far the Demo- 
crats and the Repub- 
licans have contributed 
several resounding foul 
balls which haven't 
helped either side, Drummond 
which have made it : 
harder for voters to decide between them, 
at least on the basis of what is sald, and 
which certainly have not helped the 
country—quite the opposite. 

The campaign's first-inning foul balls 
include the following: 


1—Adlai Stevenson seems to me to have ~ 


carefully and calculatingly put together 
a set of words which leave the impression 
that his election would speed the end of 
the draft although he inserts a reservation 
so that technically he is committed fo 
nothing. 

2—Former President Truman is adding 
neither fun nor fairness nor light to the 
campaign by offering the meaningless, 
meat-ax accusation that under the Eisen- 
hower Administration the Government is 
run by a “gang of racketeers”"—a charge 
which he occasionally garnishes by putting 
the word “legal” before racketeer, what- 
ever that means. 

3—On the other hand, White House 
Press Secretary James Hagerty, whom the 
President described last week as his 
“capable staff officer,” used, without 
checking, a distorted combination of 
Stevenson statements to suggest that the 
Democratic nominee welcomed evidence 


of unemployment as good political news. ~ 


Mr. Stevenson did no such thing. 

4—Various Republican campaigners at 
San Francisco and since have been trying 
to attach a label of*“war party” toe the 
Democrats. Is this intended to leave the 
impression that the Republicans would 
not have fought World War I and World 
War II if they had occurred during their 
administration? 


ow 

PERSONALLY I see no extenuation for 
any of these campaign excrescences— 
unless it be for Mr. Truman who, having 
been unable to defeat Mr. Stevenson at 
Chicago, is just instinctively carrying on 
his effort to defeat him in the election. 

It is out of character—or so it seems to 
me—for Mr. Stevenson to try to garner 
votes by convefing an impression about 
ending the draft which he knows is dif- 
ferent from what his words actually say 
and it is inconsistent to complain about 
Republican complacency in the cold war 
while adding to that complacency. 

The American voter automatically 
applies a certain measure of tolerance and 
discount to campaign exaggeration. In the 
1940 campaign, President Roosevelt dis 
ingenuously wooed the electorate by mak- 
ing a pledge, that American boys “would 
not be sent into any foreign wars,” which 
he knew he couldn't guarantee and, after 
it was all over, Wendell Willkie apologized 
for what he termed his indulgence in 
“campaign oratory.” , 


ow 

THE DRAFT Is indispensable to sus 
taining the United States Armed Forces— 
and Mr. Stevenson must know it. To talk 
about ending it is to talk about dismantling 


te 
2 
- 


! 


JE 
' 


! 
h 


| 


Pe ES | TS | pe Oy 


Ve 


[ “Okay —— Have We Got Our Strategy Strai ight” we Sides Stumble z 


i 


pea 


-) 


Today and Tomorrow . ry Water Lippman 


Wanted: A Modernized Treaty 


IT WOULD BE a mistake 
for anyone in London or Paris 
to suppose that the American 
attitude on Suez is softer and 
more pacific oJ 
than it would & 
be if there @ 
were no n2- 
tional elec- 
tions. The 
American 
view, which 
has the pre- 
pond e rant 
support of 
those who 
think about 
Suez at all, is 
that no case exists which 
would justify a resort to force. 
and that the use of force by 
France and Britain alote 
would almost certainiy in- 
volve them and the Western 
world in ipcaiculable risks 
We do not beliewe that Nasser 
has as yet committed an ag- 
gression which calls for a mili- 
fare reprisal. We do not be- 
lieve that by the reoccube 
tion of the canal zone and 
the overthrow of Nasser. the 
vital interests of the West 
could be made secure. We 
believe that reoccupation 
would be the beginning of an 
endless and indecisive gue 
rilla war, a wer of sabotage. 
sniping, ambushes and assa> 
sinations. We think this gue 
Trilla war would be much 
harder to cope with than the 
rebellions in Algeria and Cy- 
prus 

So we very much hope that 
we shall not be confronted 
with an accomplished fact. 
and compelled to say we can- 
not approve and that we must 
stand aside 


IN OUR VIEW. Nasser’s re- 
jection of the 18-nation pro- 
posal for operation by an in- 
ternational board was to be 
expected and does not justify 
a rupture of negotiations. It 
has always been evident that 
Nasser would refuse. and that 
the 18 nations would not use 
fofee to compel him to ac- 


~_ 


~ be 


(GRIN AND BEAR IT 


e 


——E————— 


s 


cept. the proposal fer inter- 
national operation of the 

The task of diplomacy 
has been, and still is. to in- 
ject inte Egyptian operation 
a reasonable and reliable 
measure of international in- 
fluence. 

There are teo ways of go 
ing st this. One is to begin at 
the Dulles end, to propose an 
international beard to oper- 
ste the canel. and then to 
compromise et some point 
where there is Egyptian op 
eration but important inter- 
national advice and supervi- 
sion. The other way is to 
begin at the Nehru end, which 
starts with international ad- 
vice and supervision, and then 
to negotiate for ways of mak- 
ing them practically effective 

it is a question whether 
there is a real difference. a 
real attainable difference. be- 
tween the American and the 
Iadian plan if as seems 
probabie. international opera 
tion is impossible while inter- 
national supervision would 
have united the Lendon Con 
ference. # might bhaeve been 
wiser to unite on the indian 


pian 


THE AMERICAN desire to 
settle the Suez dispute by 
negotiation is not based on 
the old illusion about Nasser 
and his ambitions. but en the 
conviction that the’ Western 
position im this dispGte is 
weak aod vulserabic. Great 
Britain and France have 
never before raised the ques 
tion of international opera 
tien after 1998 when 
corm par.y S$ COMCESSIOnN 16 to Tun 
out. They have now raised 
the question before Nasser 
has wioleted their rights to 
the use of the canal Our 
view. orfat least the view of 
many among us. is that it is 
a2 mistake not to seizesupon 
Nasser’s offer to negotiate a 
modernized version of the 
treaty of 1888. which guaran- 
teed to all nations free and 
equal use of the canal For 
this would put us in the Rosi- 


These Days 


The Careerists 


ee ee ee —— -_— 


the * 


tion to hold hjm to sccount 
if he plays politics or prof- 
teers 

Such a treaty. signed not 
only byathe Western powers 
as in 1 bot by the new 
pewers of Asia as well, would 
be something not to be re 
garded lightly. It would es 
tablish international rights in 
the Middle East on a clear 
political and legal foundation. 
Then, if there was a serious 
and willful violation of those 
rights. there would be a 
case—which does not now 
exist—for collective action. 


NASSER HAS big and dan- 
gerous 


is undoubtedly intended to be 
the first major overt act in 
his cold war against the West- 
em power and influence in 
Africa and the Middle East. 
His was a shrewdly calculated 
move. He acted in an wnh- 
friendly manner. But he acted 
entirely within the boundaries 
of Egypt. and therefore, there 
was no military aggression 
He did what he did. what 
under international 


prestige in the Arab world 
ut if be will agree to an 
international treaty which 
makes explicit the interna- 
tional right of the users of 
the canal. he will not have 
won an untonditional victory. 
So far as the eanal is con- 
cerned, he will have shot his 


What is to happen in the 
oil fields and on the pipelines 
will happen mo sooner if we 
negotiate such a treaty than 
if Britain end France, with 
the rest of the world stand- 
ing aside, resort to force. We 
ate On notice, however, that 
in the Middle East the oid 
order is changing and that we 
must get ready for it, that we 
cannot afford to be as unpre- 
pared @s we were unprepared 
for Suez 

sere ES Pie St Sete 


By George Sokolsky 


ambitions, .and his , 
seizure of the Suez Company | 


law he | 
had a sovereign right to do. | 
He has. of course, gained great | 


. § THE WASHINGTON 
Saeed ot Thursday, 


* 
_ 


POST and 
September 


i 


for M’Kinley in 1900 


By Sidney Hyman 


| Fitth of a series on: bygone 
campaigns by historian Hy- 
| man, author of “The American 
|. President.” 
| As the Good Book says, there 
is nothing new under the sun. 
Consider Vice President Rich- 
ard Nixon's task as the work 
jhorse of the : 
(1956 Repub- 
‘lican.cam- 
|paign; in 1900, 
the same party 
‘assigned the 
i'same role to 
‘Theodore 
| Roosevelt, the 
‘running mate 
‘of President 
|'William Me- 
Kinley. 
| Stripped. to Ayman 
its bare bones, this was 


the 


“Perhaps @ rosier picture of heaven might help attend- 
ance, dealin: After the campaign promises they hear 
the congregation might feel your sermons 

are too conservative.” | 


Republican story in 1900: 

It was decided that year that 
McKinley could best serve the 
Republican cause if he sat on 
the front porch of his Canton 


t 


Washington Scene 


Put Down the Whodunits. 
Boys, Nixon’s Set to Go 


| JIT DOESNT seem much 
more than yesterday that 
vaudeville comics used to 
bring down the house by say- 
{ing they WeTC pwr 
going to play © 
| a split week in 
Boston and El 
Paso. But Vice 
President Nix- 
on, who has 
| just as riotous 
|a delivery as 
any headliner 
| of the old Gus 
Sun it, 
said he is go 
ing to play a 
split week in Washington, In- 


Dixon 


POLITICIANS differ from 
statesmen and idealists in the 
techniques they employ to 
achieve their ends. A states 
man is usual- 
ly a person of 
bread vision, 
of deep in- 
sight, whose 
devotion is to 
his country. 
not to his own 
career. The 
idealist se 
lects, rational- 
ly and emo 
tionally. a con- Sokolsky 
corn of life to 
which he is willing not only 
to devote but to give his life. 

Politicians usually take sup- 
port wherever they can find 
it. Few politicians worry about 
the’ means they employ to 
achieve their careers. As one 
politician once put it te me- 
He is a humanitarian: hé loves 
the entire human race without 
distinction, particularly those 
who have votes. 

Back in my childhood. I 
used to see the politicians buy 
votes. The going price was $2. 
A father with three sons 
would try to get $10 if he 


Postmen Study Jujitsu 
Re ters 

BERLIN, Sept. 12—All West 
Berlin postmen who deliver 
money sent by postal order 
must learn ;ujitsu for selfide- 
fense, ing to a new regu- 
lation. Most of the men con- 
cerned are over 40. 


In Congress 


TODAY 


dianapolis, Los Angeles, Reno, 


could, but the politician pre- are non-Communist but soft | Boise, Spokane, Rapid City, 


ferred to give him eight. What- 
ever the district captain could 
save from buying votes, he 
pocketed. Therefore there was 
fierce bargaining. 


TAMMANY captains were 
much better than the Repubil- 
cans because they could do 
favors all the year round. like 
Setting a license for a push- 
cart peddier. or getting citi- 
zenship papers for a newly 
arrived immigrant, or getting 


- in some states. H paid 
the politicians to be anti 


for certain kinds of sentimen- 
talities upon which the Com- 
munists can play. The record 
shows that this was not a hap- 
hazard operation in the 1930s 
and 1940s but that special 
Communist Party officials 
were designated to digcover 
individuals — carcerists, they 
called them—whom they could 
make grateful and whom they 
could use for longer or shorter 
periods. The careerists were 
not expected to be grateful for 
too long a period, as it was 
anticipated that sooner or 
later they would find some 
reason for being to 
somebody else. usually to a 
liberal millionaire who de- 


veloped a private collection of | 


Sometimes it is very diffi- 
cult to discern where a politi- 
cian really belongs, but a clue 
can often be feund by tracing 
down his press agent, 
mistically called a public re- 
lations counsel. It can at times 
be found that one such person 
is handling a number of peo- 
ple. 
careerist politicians, Republi- 
cans, Democrats, great public 


officials and even manufactur-| 


millionaires-on-the-loose, | 


Fargo, Minneapolis, Sioux 
City, Colorado Springs, Phoe- 
nix, Salt Lake City—and didn't 
get a snicker, 

I eould never quite under- 
stand why the line got such a 
how! in the days of the four 
Cohans, because it was pos- 
sible to play both Boston and 
Fl Paso in the same week if 
you were shot out of a succes- 
sion of cannons. But the young 
man with the 5 o'clock shadow 
at high noon is going to play 
30 cities in the 14 days from 
Sept. 18 to Oct, 3, with lay- 

| overs both Sundays. 

He will go 15,000 miles— 
| and still there are Democrats 
\who. complain that’s not far 
enough. 


THE VICE PRESIDENTIAL 
aerocade, which will include 
| Mrs, Nixon, a staff of 
‘ama 30 newspapermen 
and—I hope!—a pilot, will 
visit 32 states, which leaves— 
let me see now!—which leaves 
/ quite a few states unvisited. 
But Nixon will undoubtedly 
squeeze in an afternoon for 
them later on. 


I am somewhat of a devotee 
of rapid transit myself, but I 


: 


weak, and which the 
spots for the Republi- 


~ | er a place is weak or strong if 


mt in it long enough 
your pants pressed?” 


—“t few. and not qtite for ideal-| riously. 


“Who knows, this may even choke a mom- 
ent of silence out of Capitol Hill.” —Concass- 
Man Sruvvesawr Wamwwercer, Ind, Rep. (N.Y 


ists. who are very scarce in- 
deed. But they will ask for a 
politician who makes! his ca- 
reer in some other way than 
by association with pressure 


Poorares Siocicate. ine. 


| “You'd be how 
quickly you can tell,” he said. 
“You can tell if the organiza- 
tion is functioning efficiently 
_by the size of the crowd. Then 
you can sense whether the lo- 
| cal leaders are getting along 


tin 


tour will be to find out which | 


-|toppled a passenger bus into a 


an flood. 


home as a static figure of state. 
Except for a speech or two, he 
would move only to chew 
sosmic bubble gum with visit 
ing delegations brought to him 
”y Mark Hanna, chairman of 
the Republican National Com- 
mittee 

The burden of the campaign 
n doubtful states, therefore 
would fall on the 42-year-old 
Noosevelt. There was the 
‘khaki vote” of the Spanish- 
American War veteran to con- 
sider, and Roosevelt, leader of 


N N CAME into thee romantically confused 
ace el mora wearing a charge up San Juan Hill, was 
new crew cut and a vest—in | ‘he hero of that war. 


, Then, too, a man of his 
— oe er Ce, & proven lungpower was needed 


I hate vests. but if a man | match the 1900 Democratic 


presidential candidate. This 
mg Agcy Gree Fag, += was the vocally formidable 


ever, I deplore the President William Jennings Bryan. In 15 


, weeks of campaigning as the 
ee ee ne Democratic nominee four years 


: lier, Bryan had traveled 18; 
ture, because they are going |\O\) 
to make it fashionable. 000 miles and had spoken 6 


| oe Ahtt , 1 
Mr. Eisenhower's 43-year-old |™oure words to 5 million 


running mate declared, rather |" when Roosevelt heard from 
defiantly I thought, that he lianna that he would have to 


well 


together, or are squab- 
bling.” 


was not going to wage a wishy-/| 4, most of “the arduous work! 


the same time, however, he ex-\The theme was repeated again 
pressed his distaste for appear- and again. 
ing as a “second-class Bryan”! Toward the end of this hur 
and doubted the wisdom of ricane, Roosevelt paused long 
making too many speeches. (enouglt to rest his throat and 
Nevertheless, in one tourto give Christian meckneéss 
alone toward the end of the due respect. It happened that 
campaign, Roosevelt traveled the Democrats had called the 
21,209 miles, visited 24 states Attention of Quakers to a 
4 567 t ons on - boyant passage in Roose- 
= ~~ seS, SMG volt’s earlier writings. 
made 673 speeches to 3 million) Hie had declared that since 
people. ‘the Quakers were unwilling to 
i What sustained him in a el — Ry they 
this was his personal vision of at  - one = —— 
the “paramount issue” of the of what hed been formerly 
campaign. For Bryan, the issues overlooked, Quaker letters of 
were “imperialism” and the protest inundated the National 
‘trusts.” For some Westerners, Republican Committee. On 
the issue was the crucifixion Oct. 21, Roosevelt did a hand 
of the Nation on “a cross of Some somersauit. 
gold.” For Mark Hanna, it was) “Were I to rewrite the sen- 
the preservation of Republican tence,” he said, “I would ‘cer- 


‘prosperity as expressc i ig the nny Ay phrase it that it could 


Full Dinner Pail slogan. not as offensive 
But for Theodore Roosevelt to the Society of Friends, a 
that year, the great danger body whose social virtues and 
was the people who disagreed civil righteousness j com- 
with Republican policy. As he Mand universal respéct. 
expressed his fear in @ letter|' Meanwhile William Me- 
to his friend, Cecil Spring had kept his ear close 
Rice, there had gathered on to the ground. And bec#use 
the side of Bryan “all the Roosevelt had carried the 
lunatics. all the idiots, all the whole campaign load. he 
knaves, all the cowards and all emerged as the hero of the 
the honest people who are slow- eventual Republican triumph. 
witted.” “The headlines.” writes 
Worse still, Roosevelt was Henry F. Pringle in his prize- 
afraid that the voters were winning biography of T. R.. 


“busy and prosperous” and so “told of the enthusiasm for 


would not see the danger rep- Roosevelt on Inauguration 
resented by Bryan and his fol- Day, March 4, 1901, and men- 
lowers. In this respect, be was tioned the contrasting obscurity 
in complete agreement with of the President of the United 
Mark Hanna, who warned re- States. They described the ball 
peatedly that the Republican that night .. . (where) they said 
danger lay in “overconfidence™ that the question on every- 
as shown by the “general one’s lips was whether Roose- 
apathy in the East.” velt would be taking the oath 

The Democratic convention, as President four years later.® 
Roosevelt said in his first) The hand of fate, acting 
major speech July 16, had through a madman with a pis- 
“reasserted the doctrines of tol, shortened the time by 3% 
anarchy.” If that doctrine years. On Sept. 14, 1901, in the 
should triumph at the polls it library of the Ansely Wilcox 
“would paralyze our whole in- home in Buffalo, Federal Judge 
dustrial life” and lead te John R. Hazel administered the 
‘fearful misery, fearf#™l dis presidential oath of office to 
aster at home.” Beyond this, Theodore Roosevelt, the fifth 


washy, milk-toast campaign.|o¢ crusading,” he replied that\it would forever stand to the of qur seven “Presidents by 


I couldn't recall that he'd ever | 

been accused of it. we 
began comparing presidential 
candidates, past and present, | 


“as strong as e@ bull 


Then We |moose” and that Hanna could. 
use him “up to the limit.” At) 


shame” of the Nation that it chance.” 
“flinchied) from the great work| FRIDAY: Seme Downright 
(the Republicans) have begun.” Dirty Campaigns. 


and Nixon said he did not be- | 


lieve that even the most preju- FOO IFFT ON ar 


diced person would put former 
President Truman in the same 
class with President FEisen- 
hower. He caused general 
relief by explaining that he ; 
intended nothing derogatory | 
of Mr. Truman. | 


NEVERTHELESS, he made | 
me mourn for the good old | 
days. He said he thought the/ 
day of the whistle-stop cam- 
paign train was over. 

I loved those campaign 
trains. You could look ‘out 
the window, read a mystery 
when you tired of the scenery, 
ring for a fast one when you 
wearied of reading, sleep it 
off, resume the sightseeing 
and the mystery, and even— 
if you wanted to be fanatic 
about it—type out a few paré- 
graphs now and then. 

But playing Washington, In- 
dianapolis and Los Angeles 
in one day! That isn't even 
for the birds. And with so 
many interruptions of your 
reading, you'll never find out 


if the butler (not Paul M.) for you. 


Mexico; 13 Die 


PUEBLA, Mexico, Sept. 12 
W—Hurricane Doras torren- 
tial rains caused a landslide! 
near Huachinango today and 


ra . First reports said 13 
persons died and 20 were in- 


ured. 

| The accident occurred 60 
miles inland between Tuxpan 
jand Huachinango, Veracruz, 


‘coast shortly before dawn to- 
day. * 

| The Panuco River rose 4 feet 
and lowland areas in Veracruz 
were being evacuated but au-' 
‘thorities did not anticipate a’ 
flood as disastrous as the 1955 


1409 G St 


Oxxford Clethes 
Freeman & Norman Hilton Clethes 
Burberrys & Rodex Ovterceats fer Men & Women 
Churchill Hots Alen McAfee English Shoes 
French, Shriner & Urner Shoes 


Let us talk about you! 


With the coming of Fall_you 
will need some new clothes, 
shoes, hats and haberdashery. 
‘You are important enough in 
your eyes and your family's 
to have the full choice of 

ything that America. Eng- 
land and Scotland can offer. 


.This choice we can give you! Practically every impo 

of three countries in clothing, furnishings, hats and shoes is on 
the labels in our store. We have concentrated on fine quality— 
which means the utmost in value. 

W e.suggest that before you purchase a single item for your Fall 
wardrobe you stop in our store and at least see the remarkable 
merchandise we have been gathering for this particular ume— 


Lebow Clothes 


Dominique France, Countess Mare & Yapre Ties 


Church Sportsweer Alien Selly Hose & Pole Shirts 
and many, many other distinguished brands 


CFD 
ews & Thos. Saltz 


vw. 1009, Conn. Ave 


EXecutive 3-4343 


ae 


For the Executive 
who sends his 


Christmas Ca rds 


‘7 


a ae 


Little evening Jewel 
—A brilliant emerald 
green with a heart of 
fiery blue . .. a bril- 
liant little evening 
dress of peau de soie 
handled very gently 
like a precious jewel. 
Sizes 10 to 16. $79.99 


Jelletf's French Room 
Second Floor-F Street 


47 MERA) 
Yesteryear’s Campaigns—  — . 


|Theodore Roosevelt Carried Load 
\Of Campaign 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


a ee 


BOYDS T 


EVERYTHING WE SELL CA 


Regular $179.95 


TOP BAND 
30-inch 


2 Cups & ‘Seucors dl 
Bread & Satter 


Pistes, 2-19" Dierer nat 


DISCOUNTS ON NEW 


HOUSEWARES 


—— 


NEW TELEVISION 


ae Srend New CROSLEY 
ADMIRAL |) Serves 106 

Greed New ADMIRAL $ 
—-. tv 139 


SPECIAL Brand New ‘56 


RCA 21-Series TV 
Mode!s +] 39 


= 
a 


REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS 
—-  44j2--. $129 
cman $977 |=-: $199 


ses ras $999 [==> S157 


TRELLIS 
)) THE CELEBRATION OF SAVINGS |i 
2’ NOW IN PROGRESS DURING OUR 


FIRST ANNIVERSARY 


DISCOUNT SALE 


RIES A FULL FACTORY WARRANTY 


Regular 
$44.95 


DORMEYER 
Chrome Mixer 


Complete with juicer and 
wi 


SPECIAL PURCHASE! 


BRAND NEW 


TADMIRALE 


ELEC. RANGE 


Full Size De Luxe : 
Fully Automatic §& 


‘199 


OTH BOYD’s 
LOCATIONS 


OPEN 
TONITE 
UNTIL 

9P _7P.M. _ 


“DONT MAKE A MAKE A 
BUY wiTHour 
SEEING BOYD’s!: 


WASHERS & DRYERS 
Sa ee. eee 
$169 | sexe $297 
aoe oe ee ee “m9 


Grand Now APEX $ Brand New NORGE 
Wiager Wesmer 74 Electric Dryer 
with pump 


Brand New BENDIX Brond New RCA-WHIRL- "$ 
Dvometic Washer-Dryer $999 POOL AUTOMATIC 157 
Combinetion . WASHER . 


Srond New G. £. 
Automatic Washer. .... 


ELECTRIC 
SHAVERS 


29.50 Schick "25" " $49.88 


De lexe ... 


29.58 Remington $43-88 


"60" De luxe .. 


24.95 Nerelce 
NEW HI-Fi VALUES. ter OS 
a 
Reg. $179.95 COLUMBIA Regular $189.95 — Toning “ses $3 6-99 
HI-FI CONSOLE, 3] 05 PHULCO HI-FI $197. sto.-Home Baner 
wi with d Giemend needle Phono 19.95 Renson $ 88 
Regular “$179.95 — ZENITH Brand New TOP SRAND Electric Rover .. 8- 
wer $119 AMF, Portatle, $59 
PHONO AC-DC Bottery ow lane $g.27 
- —— Sunbeo’® vor 

Regvuler $255.00 $147 Reguler $269.95 $] 44 


WILCOX-GAY 
Hi-fl Tepe Recorder 


TOP BRAND HI-FI 


Ne Trades Necessary! Even 
TAPE .RECORDER 


less With Trade! 


Reg. $299.95 Top Brand 
West German Made Hi-Fi 


Come in and See the 
All-New 


Reg. $279.95 New 


SET, 
Se Sane nme $9AT 


REFRIGERATOR 


TELEFUNKEN G.E. 


HI-FIDELITY “Mobile Maid” “Avtomang 
Imported Models! s 


==. 159 


===" $453 


CLEANER we. 6869 


with attachments Radio-Phono. 


=. $3 4-99 — $169.95 RCA $104 


295 8c. Sicko 


Uters:! Sot = 
298 frocee food 


kete ; 
gees or 


ch 
> Be 7. Cutlery 
Se 


Boyd's & General Electric Other These r edendor Dlacaedhs on Exciting New 
e.ecrric APPLIANCES a | 
ELECTRIC A 


fecal $17. 95 


Electric rove 
2207, or 
15.95 Sun mag a2 s 
or Dry tre 9. TI 
Reg. 15.95 


GENERAL (7) ELECTRIC 


HAND MIAER 


ah “= $288 
5 Flere Minicture 2. 
_ $1.18 


FEDDER’S 


ELECTRIC 


DEHUMIDIFIER 


$1.99 


“GENERAL @@ ELECTRIC 
10’ SKILLET 


The skillet with a@ brain. ~ Saree gaa anads 
simple breakfast te a complete meal - automa | 
tically. G.E. makes them especially for your kitchen 


—Boyd's prices them especially for your pocketbook. 
Regular $17.95 
RADIOS 


GENERAL @ ELECTRIC spect” 98°? | Gy Rani 
AUTO, TOASTER = ate 


Ct Rae $19.99 
GENERAL €@ ELECTRIC fc 
ALL-PURPOSE MIXER 


All-purpose, to be sure. Use if as @ stand mixér for 
Table Radic 


: @ GENERAL @ ELECTRIC a Be 
GENERAL 3 ELECTRIC pi : TD ee 


Rade -ors-. OU OOO 
DRY IRON serge 


Regular $14.95 


GENERAL 2 ELECTRIC 
STEAM IRON 


Switch from steam to dry at the flick of a switch. 
Water is never under pressure. A terrific iron 
from G.E.—a terrific price oom Boyd's. 


8 
° 


TELE 
ivir 


st 3f 
HE 


FRESPSF 
£2 BE BE SE 


a EEE = = = = === eee 


NES 
z 
i; 


i 


Regular $29.95 


Lovely to lock at . . . delight- 
ful te own, alee eon all 
fee—just the way you abe & 
—end does it ” 
Bey one for youre”? .. . ond 
in Gag: eibetden on au 
eccos:on. 


GENERAL 9 ELECTRIC 
GRILL & WAFFLE BAKER 


Toreday, AM. te 9 PM; Pedoy, 9 AM. to 6 PM. 9 AM. to 9 PM.; Friday, tance 


i ; — 


Federal Agencies” 
Study of Salarits 
May Bring Raises 
Sept. 12 


moving 


LOUISVILLE, Ky 
The Administration 
ahead with studies of the sev 
eral Fed 
which could 
pay T 
wo. it learned 
Officials who are attending the 
convention of National 
Federation of Em 
ployes here 

The studies are, being. made 
by the Civil Service 
sion, Defense and Post Office 
Departments 

CSC, according to Commis 
sioner George M. Moore, is 
making a survey of the over. 
ali salary and wage picture in 
both Government and industry 
t prepare itself to make re 
ports on salary increase bills 
which will be introduced early 
next year in Congress. He also 
said that CSC was cooperating 
with Defense on its wage 
studies. 

Defense making an in 
quiry of salaries paid both its 
civilian and military personnel 
A subcommittee headed by 
Charies R. Hook, an Ohio in 
dustrialist, is spearheading the 
salary .study 

The Hook group is currently 


is 


sy stems 
igher 
ment 
from 


ral salary 


result in h 
many Govern 
rs was 
the 


Federal 


(ommis 


is 


gathering data on the salaries * 


paid by private concerns to its 
executives, scientific and pro 
fessional emploves in BO dif 
ferent geographical areas 
information and the Depart 
ment’s recommendations will 
be turhed over to both CSC 
and the Budget Bureau 

Post ffice is said t be 
looking into the possibility of 
recommending changes in, the 
postal jot classification las 
which was appro d by Con 
gress last year. That law fixes 
the pay rates of the 500,000 
postal employes. 

Other officials report 
that CSC will go far beyond 
any comparison of Federal and 
private salary rates to include 
a@ critical study of the different 

particularly the 
thods used to fix 
million classi 


here 


tne 

ve 
predict that 
»d to 9 


‘re nl 
: 


Congress 
ive either 
cy heads 
to fix the 
“di rkers 


ling 
- 


to pro 
A Ss if 
brackets 
vinced 


ve 
on 


and 


orove 
> year 
postal 


d 


a> 


suc Tesiing 


agoncy 


hbority te adjust facili 
periodically trai 


estaries 
costs. 


: . . 


te offset hicher living 

Agency heads : , 

wer to faire s2ia ; OF i 
800.000 per dicm. employes, and 
surveys are in progress of the 
salaries paid more than 35.00 
per diems Washington 
area. Most 
slated to get 
some may be 
result of the stucly 

The convention approved res 
olutions to further improve the 
CS Retirement system to pro 
vide optional retirement at any 
age after 30 years of service 
exemption of annuities from 
Federal income taxes. auto 
matic adjustments of annuities 
to reflect changes in living 
costs, and opposition to any at 
tempt to coordinate CSR with 
Social Security 

The 500 delegates heard a 
prediction from E. B. Powell, 
Navy's labor relations adviser. 


Nn 

| 

, 

: 

; 
; 

in tne 


and 


as @ 


; . 
ww) > 


pay 


_ 
sudstantiai 


that the Defense Depariment © 


will continue to “frown on” any 
pronosed law to require agency 
heads te recognize and te deal 
with employe unions and te 
arbitrate’ e™>olove-acency dis 
putes. NFFE is suporoerting 
enactment of such a bill. 

Defense's opposition, he ex- 
plained, was not based upon 
the idea itself but against a 
legislative mandate. “Voluntary 
eonsultation and agreement be- 
tween labor and management.” 
he explained, “has proved it 
self many times over during 
the past half century.” 


- 


of the 35.000 are 


Md. Closes 


Conference 
On Juvenile 
Delinquency 


Study Groups 

Vote Approval 
Of 92 Changes 
In State Action 


Associatet Press 

The Gevernor's Conference 
on Juvenile. Delinquency 
ended yesterday after ap 
proval of 92 recommenda- 
tions ranging from prenatal 
care for young unmarried 
mothers to rehabilitation of 
teen-age offenders. 

The long list of recommen 
dations, covering ali areas of 
delinquency, was presented ait 
the final session of the three 
day conference at the Univer- 
of Maryland. It was spon 
sored by the Marvyiand Com. 
mission for the Prevention and 
Treatment of Lehn- 


sity 


Juvenue 
Quency 

The suggestions evolved 
from 14 group discussons whach 
occupied most of the atien 
ben of some 340 deleusies 
who attended the mecting at 
College Park 

One recommendation pro 
posed by “=p Of Juvenile 
court judges and magistrates 
called for a change im state 
law so that a child may be 
placed on probat: before he 
del ingurn 
acc warrants i 
proposed a 


yn 
or 


120 


its * 


Another recommendation 
© judges calied 
tion of the word 
word “sdult™ 
Sealing with 
uung to juventiile dgelinouents 
so that the law will apply to 
anyone, regardiess of age 
The group on police services 
recommended establishmenm of 
police youth bureaus for 
special police youth off 
and ail police a 
the state. They also sureested 
a program to UWaln personne! 
for ‘the bureaus 
group on strengthening 
family life called more 
PUdDiic assistance 


th for substriz 
PpeT sor for 


+ 
Tas r 


n DB Sons 


i aa 
LAG . . 


Dart "Tir Tt < 


- 


for 
adequate 
grants for families deprived of 
normal parental sugpert it 
said the need fer decent 
housing. clothing. schee!l and 
recreational requirements must 
be adequately to combet 
potential delingurncy 

Another .called fer mere 
individualized attenticn te the 
emotional problem«< of wouth 
ful unmarried mothers treated 
n clinics so that their gititue 
and that of r childrea will 
ot become a or geding ground 


or delingue: 


sd 
met 


the 


conference ais pre 
that 


State Department of 


a. 


=+) 


as of 
readily 
available to every court serving 
~ tren 

® A person be availatie das 
and night in every law jurisdic 
tion of State to rule on 
the detention or placement af 
picked agp om @e 
ucihty cCoarges 
1 wi 


° 


gov CT 


the 
rh irmr 


© form pian be set up 
to es from tram 


ne 
ik, 


n relea 
schools 

® Inquiry be 
educational program 
tate’s trainis 
followup of a 

® Additional 
parent education 
that all parents can wndéer 
stand and cleser leieon 
between parents and teachers 


made mio the 
of. the 


-_ 
*}) 


lanminmg fer 
on a irvel 


Underwriters Elect 

Jack 
st. Hyattsy 
elected 


lhe. yosterdes 
presidemt of the 
Accident and Health 

rs Association. Ralph 
on agent for the Paul 
Life Insurance Cos. 


liarolid H. Aume 


-_ 
is 
9 


- 


trict 


Iefrwrive 


success 


(ity Life © 


1 


AREA 


NEWS 


AM EMENTS 


PICTURE PAGE 


Center Span. 
Of Jones Pt. 


1g36 


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 


B. Ralph of 1999 Erie 
vas ™ 


— 


& 
s 
cS 


SB Cietes Del Verckie Gall Pheteerester 


Down to Earth © ith Ciril Detense 


ht happened af 2 p om wesaerdizs Air raid sirens sounded. the huge Com 
seerce Deperteecet Gelid@ieg was cupptied. and «2 tape recording of the 
Peorl Berber boorbeet eas tereedeast. Then 399 empleres im Tf? rescue 
and fost ad teames eeot tw werk os mere than 3668 persens witeessed 2 
starkly realistic @rapenstr2ties 2s part ef Natiena!l Civil Defense Week. 
Above. Kacth‘ees Frere & remmeved frem the bailing m a demonstraticn of 


basket techeeger At cight. 2 “conpalty” & lowered i 2 breeches beer. 


Nolan Given 
Five Years m 
Theft Charge 


xz «= 2G 
Ariug-2e. bas 
been aemicnrred te fue yeasts @ 
prison far embiemizeg SZ 
while he was brat meager 


. 


Nfe eT 


ee - 


ina S 
North Giede re 


v2s cenmaed m Jz 
Mortgeumnety Cagis 
Jeéce K2trst 

or @mecrred walriuxc 2Z 
unt] \elans barkorened wai 
ores rated 


. 
Faia 0 


- 


boot kerpcr 


ecm Ta 


mancy 2 ht appar 
oad Geve bor SG Sor 2 


ep ~~ * ~~ — =" 


rr™ <« 
om 4 


tists STS 
alsa 2 eS 
Bires wetitaed 
The two. arow! 
emberzizng $1°0si 
company. iefi the 
Delays m™ peesetts 1 
jeoxre Qoaoe’d Ta «ss 
wecuné charne ett lax Jane 
art 2 court spokesman sad 
Nolan was freed ander SOD 
bond pending an appeai 


> 
_ 
- 


a 
- 


Stole to Dance. 
VW oman“<enienced 


RICHMOND. Sest C—A 
Rachnmond wuciar ete Sent oe 


Sent S37 square-cule area. 


ine wR 
fx 


——_ 
Sune Toes Teo 
“m2 meme? oz Motus 


rs mie aged oro 


c> e€ sQea0ery the 


~~ 
. ~- 


Reveve ™ 


Take Him Back: Beard Asks 


Fairfax Finds Gift Horse 
Can Be White Elephant 


A proud old Arabian stallies 
named Nabraf got his walking 
papers yesterday from the Far- 
fax County Board of Supervise 


sinre—stile the farm changed 
hands wore and une 
ords grew vege 25 & 
what \abra’s 
No comstr 


fi 
stl 


"een Faces Laed Developmen 
- Carp i We petitioner 


i) 


eee 


Rockville Studies District 34 


‘ In Nation In 
Increase in Area jean Deaths 


strict hir 
Fat Revere The District ranks third Oe 


: hind New York and Rhode Is 
Rockville. fast-crewing Mary-planning and sewage-water —_ ¥ - 
land city, is om the verge of in e- ' 
. The Cabin John sewer 
=g Ics area 4 per cent. . 7 
——~ . by * new under construction, will 
ama tS taying =OhE TENS tke care of sewer problems 
clams that could Goudie 5 and the city has worked out the 
suze duai jurisdiction problem in its 
Last 235 
Re age ot ee ee et 
: e ail tract. 
aig See ec) Teese nights the mayor 
“uens that would add 300 acres, 504 council umarimousiy wer: 
oc 04 oer cent. tw the chy son record mm fever of all the 
aca. They are agMexaivens exrept ihe 
, = . ra ic give< 
act of 153 acres south Feet ca Halpine ré@ This give 
~~ im which the Dew —=F Atterney Dovid Cahoon a: 
, firm commitment to take to” 
the Upper Montgomery County 
Planning Commission im his 
> negotistions wiih the Commis 
“20S, P& ioe on jyarisdiction 
The mayer and council still 
Teo bumdred and irt)- est adept a formal annexe 
ft. geres s0GLR Gf the CHY- tion resoletion to complete the 
beiliie Prait Farm, Inc. 2 .esexation The Halpine rd 
ter tract «= wader the jurisdiction 
® Twenty-four acres north of of the Washington pudur san 
the city. adjeming the Burgu® Sanitary Commission and se> 
iy Estaces Wesmond Building arate negotiations are under- Genmsits 
and fevestment Co. petitiomer.way te have the WSSC relin- Ti 
© & tract of 27 acres om Hal quis® its jurisdiction te of 
pime read east ef tte city Haw- 
trarze Homes, petiteucr 
Besend these areas lie the 


Marviand Areas 
‘saterel watershed” of Reck- 
eile City officials believe that 


Lose Hour Sept. 30 
should te the Immits of any 


‘youre ammeta0or a Most of Maryland exrept the 

° =x ; t 

he eceety of = . . area adjacent to Washincton 

eater and sewer Snes of} om: —_ Ry 

the watersied oe ns pags epee Statistics 
This area ss roughly bounded standard tume on Sept 3 seveTal interrelated causes of 

th Cabm Jota branca. The exception is because Washincion’s high heart 

Rack “< a. the sesh, Washington is keeping daylight disease death rate 

winc’ if i i enee - 

wiry et ony time until the end of October. Stewart and his 

land te double the citys pres a  . 

Prince Georges and Montgem-*""'? =. 
co. SLatistician 


Health 
the eoantro! 


Health Service study shows 


desths for every 190339 me: 


rate was in New Mexico wil 


Arkansas and Aeotucky. 
Dr. 


ff ie & 2 


- 


© Eighty tee acres north of 
Ge city. Burgundy E 
or eorr 

> 

- researchers rather than answe 

. them. He said the diffcrences iz 
rates cannot be explained sim 


the District often re- 


: im the communiiy’s 
ih of crime rates being 
compared — unfavorably—with 


cies of comparable size 


—_ 
s”> 


co-author. 
Exteriime. Chief 
of the Public 
Service's heart disease 
program. sugested 
some the other possible 
causes . exzerctese. mental 
and physical stress, herediiary 
md differences m the 
physical characteristics of 
populztions mm parscus parts of 


City Counciiean Aleuander ery will go along with the 
Gorene said af 2 meeting of t2e tion's Capital, following 
napec amd council Tuestay jead of New York City 
meet that the city must com Baltimore however. will set 
sier 2 uniform plem fof its clocks beck because its 
LT 4agiern. Charter specifies that Daylight 

The pending aed past 22 Time must end on the last Sun 

te Rockville aii Bove day im Seotom>cr 
petities ef the prop A referendem is on the Beal 
Sty ewuers wile te fr tipore balict im November 


of 


7 - 
ive 


spring and 


— 
the fail. 


the 
The approval en Moadsy of 

2 $24 miloon Sond sue to [22> e 

the Petearcc fer water cleared Teday S Chuckle 

Lee ast af we Majer tum ung Psychiatrist: A guy whecompered with death statis 

sioecs a large-scale ammex2 4.5. you a let of expensive tics 

Gem. im the past. & has beet euestions your wife asks for 

bampered by the lack of sewer nothing 

ama Water factiities and dual ; 


a _ 


as the rear te be studied be 
cause census figures could be 


—e 


sistant Ditector of the National He= 

Hegrt Institute at Bethesda, ar 

author of the report, said H & keeping dogs from the pound additional congression7! — 

intended to raise questions fer im approved, laberatory quar. tion. He was not as optimistic 
ters 


ply em the basis of population 


Bete Tt tier a, News 


Bridge Held 


Too Narrow 


Pilots Find 150 Feet 
May Be Insufficient 


By BD. C. Beard 


GW Cleared 
For Use ot 


Pound Dogs 


To Clear Vessels 
In Rough W eather 


By James Clayton 
Saf! Revorter 


Protests that construction 
of the Jones Point Bridge 
under present plans would 
create a hazard to navigation 
and perhaps limit the growth 
of port facilities in the area 
are being filed with the Dis- 
trict Office of the Corps of 
Engineers 
| The Virginia Pilots Associa- 
ition and other groups involved 
jim river transport are complain- 
img thet the proposed 150-foot 
length of the center span of the 
bridge is not sufficient 

The association's president. 
‘Capt. G. A. Massenburg, 
yesterday. “we dont think 
ia 150foot clearance is enough. 
‘Ships are getting bigger all the 
itime and in bad weather it 
jcould be pretty tough getting 
‘through there.” 

Clarence J. Robinson, presi- 
Gent of Robinson Terminal 

,» Which does much ship- 
ping business, pointed out, 
“The bridge would place limits 
om the size of ships that could 
come up the river.” 

Cites 80-Feet Beams 

He said 
Row wsing the Potomac have 
a beanf of 70 or BO but 
that some firms hope to bring 
even ‘arger ones up river in 
the future 

The Alexandria Chamber of 
Commerce yesterday asked 
the Engineers to consider the 
iS@feot span carefully 

The Chamber has headed a 
‘drive to increase Alexandria's 
port facilities and has pushed 
a bill im. Congress to deepen 
the Potomac channel to 35 
feet and widen it to 300 feet, 
according to David C. Book, 
its bsiness manager. It is con- 
cerned lest a i150foot clear- 
ance curtail channel widening 
plans and eventually adversely 


the largest ships 


fect 


' affect the port, Book said 
land im its male death rate from Tie District Animal Alloca 
line. coronary heart disease, 2 Publi 0 Bosrd cleared the way 


Massenbure said the Pilots 
Association is filing a formal 
protest with the District Engi- 


yesterday for dogs from the neers. That office is studying 


ten Medical School. 


in 1950 was topped only by Nev = Plans for an animal hospital 
York's rate of 393.8 and Rhod at GW and a Sdog suburban gat the lecisiatinon which ap 
Island's of 2643 The lowest Semel were 


A surwey released Yesterday jocal pound te be used for the bridge for the Corps which 
said the District rate of 34iresarch at George Washing ™™%* give its approval before 


construction begins 
A spokesman for the Engi- 
neers ointed out, however, 


2P~propriated $14.435,000 for cor 


unammously 
proved ty the Board. set GP ctruction of the bridge also 


two years ago to supervise an> 
1911, with the next lowest rates =3] Isboratery conditions. 


the horizontal 
be “approxi- 


specified that 


clearance shou 


Se far. the National Insti mately 159 feet” 


William H. Stewart. As tutes of Health. Fi. Belvoir. 
the 


ard Univeraify” and 
Na¥al 
= a 


GW researchers, who have proximately 150 feet” 


Medical Researeh Cen 
Bethesda have been fect. he seid. would require 


Hepe fer ¢ Feet 
Any major change from 150 


ac- 


as Massenburg who hopes “ap 
can be 


not applied previously for a expanded almost to 200 
supply of strays from the Dis Robinson said the compari- 
trict, plan to house dogs in the Som between the two bridges 


c@untry 
cated. Both 
ised by Dr. Howard 


whe presented 
GW to the Board 


Dr. Pierpent said. 


vr 


kenmel. yet to be lo W25 mot valid because many 
. indoor and out- Ships which dock in Alexandria 
great popuistion den door running space was prom have no occasion to come near 
¢ the South Capitol st. bridge. In 


addition. most ships operating 
up the Anacostia are not on a 


air-conditioned Ught business schedule and can 
r the ital will 
the 45 states, rather than with i aued with fi — : 


afford to wait for good weather. 
The largest ships now using 
the Potomac regularly are 
these which supply newsprint 
tc the three Washington news 
papers. Robinson said about 
four ships a month bring in a 
total of 100,000 tons of news 
print a year 
Massenburg pointed ouf that 
ships of the size that carry the 
newsprint could clear piers 150 
feet apart with no trouble in 
good weather but that the dis- 
tance would be dangerous in 
bed weather “An accident, 
which could happen. would tie 
up traffic for months.” he said. 
Massenburg explained it is 
crab” 
sightly 
high winds or 
a ship Ss so 
in 


When 

. tt covers more space 

the river than its no width. 

4 TWOfoot wide ship might be 

turned so that it actually occu- 
pied 100 or more fee! 

The only other bridge under 
which traffic coming to Wash- 
ipgtem must pass is at Morgan- 
town where the horizontal 
ciearance is 480 feet. 

Massenburg said most of the 
bridges in the Norfolk area and 
om other Virginia rivers have s 
clearance of 250 or more feet. 


rrr 
; - 


—_ 


ciel 


li, 


who simply wanted the county 
to have him | 


. 


4 


The staged area mdicates the present boundaries ef Rock- 
ville while the solid black areas are the five sections, com- 
pemumg 566 acres. sew under consideration for anpexation. 
is cemsidered the natura! area for future annexation If 
all iemd within this area Was annexed the size of Rockville 
sea be doadied 
silk coal 


eH 


, 


» 


| 


. . 


—_ «= 


veal \ 


- 


_ig SS Sear me "2 \C, W, Easterday Dead; John P. Labofish, 60; 


—_— 


Fstes to Greet Head of Roofing Firm ‘Attorney, Civie Worker 


John P. Labofish, 60, Wash-‘abeth Carlson of Marathon,| sipi-tranieil 
Crowd at Fair 


ington attorney active in civic lowa, whom he married in 1931. 
By Aubrey Graves " ’ : ) ; four grandsons two nd brother of Edward 
brothers, 


um 
and Marion 


masonic circles, died Mon- Survived are two daughters by 
Crump of Arlington, Var, Clyde D 


of a heart attack. He was a previous . marriage, - 
line 
: , " rump of Roancke. Va. and Mrs ; 
Dies in Crash : : “ st. “ H. of +| Leona G. Lepis of Washington, D. C eo Re Ht. — 2 a 
| . . ; —— meq a at the Ives Puneral intermeys Port Lincoln 
ome 2847 tisd i 


: bivd “- a 
Va. where funeral services will be LOWE. AR 


S f B I] d for his fingers, : > S | pancral Mess, Arizona. held om. Priday. September M4 at 11) September a 4 
: : = ‘ | m™ nterment } ., s Ula, : 
£ . eC ani « toughened in tagnic acid : . . at i pp. m. in Hines’ Oskvood Cemetery. Charlottesville. Va. a of 
and vinegar before he starts ‘STER, MARY CATHERINE. On| | 
es t a’ 


In Fire Dept. oa? tackicatie’ base = 2, 1956 


day, which will be “Farmer's 


‘ Y Day.” 
2 4 ears | Farmers, like smithies, have 
“large and sinewy hands.” The 
Sgt. Thomas W. Belland,  atenn ee on am te te oe 
Washington fireman assigned! gown the mile-long midway by 
to No. 20 Engine Co. was Rep. James M. Quigley (D-Pa) 
killed instantly Tuesday on his+; sands to shake a lot of them. 
vor ger Since a crowd of more than Ce 
we Pnaggfs e, 100,000 visitors is expected — le | + 1:30 «. mth 
Selma, injure Thursday, “The Keef” will be ing hg Building, . nse wil be offered at S's, m for| ome a 
when a truck lucky if, between the howdy- , He was an active mem fhe Ri tenet hee ment Bt 
collided with ‘ the D. C. Bar Association. ) tn pat @ smtermens Fort iés- 4 day. 7 14. ie Yio o 
his station ' activities | -|EASTERDAY. CHARLES W. On Tues-| HO" US vibaniar “> 
wagon nears, - easonte ties inci day, September 11. 1956, at George-| the Wastineton Wan — and iow 
Wweecne | ‘ - ) . : | BAY of 744 Kenyon st usband(MeCRA 
7 8 & , spread across these 120 land- NO. ' | he jate Chassie Brown Easterd fis 
Wis.. Tuesday pee: scaped acres is one of the ty- FAAM-- ip i | ens taiber of Mp Ree, sterday | et iE 
om, i coons of old fashioned fairs. Th W | ay call at the Lae Funeral] ORACKEN. bal Nancy 
as. © ue — | Besides farmers, Kefauver ree ars . é pe “m. Thursday. Septem-| M. Puyleher. Saran reeme 
pete “a a va . will find himself surrounded Gen Sam | Council R. and FM: Grotto. 13. Serv ees ot the Metrepetisan rs ‘ 
annoy 2 vi Sgt. Belland by eee than 3000 pretty ; P c, : bad ' Dic Ww —_ “c cone No. 1 , : r cm 
pigeons in wire cages. rence J. Nolan, 70. (USN Ret) = . 


his family in Thief River Falls, Ww H 
Minn.-. They lived at 4006 63d More than 1000 head of cat- as €To at 


i‘ 
i 


erwis 
ighton. 
Private. 


| 


D 
the late William A. Dauster She is LOWE. AR 


survived by one brother. Harry Led- ‘. i 
L a. th ] 

Sinera! uan, wh turday. 
ptember 14. at 2? p.m. Interment > Mypronle 
sister Chapel Cemetery, Stafford, v * uet- 

« 
rot bat 3 


att pei 


‘ 
rf 
dif 


1 
; 


tr 


ith 
a <9} 


i 

sit 
if 
4 


f 


a. m. Interment Jeffer- 


INCH. CHARLES STANLEY. On Tees! 
ay. September it. 1956. at the Na- 


st.. Brookmont, Md. 
Funeral arrangements are 


incomplete pending Mrs. Bel- 


land's return. She is reported 
to be in fair condition in a 


tle, swine, sheep and gosts— 
many of them winners in 
county fairs held in six states 
earlier this year—fill more 
than a dozer permanent ex- 
hibition buildings. 


San Juan Hill 


y so > . where ser . 
tenel Navel Medi | Center.' e Priday. <8 
ST NI EY PINCH of 58! D>. m. Interment va 


. 
nd of \—, &, Pinch 
Staniey ha 

tod e 


Hialeah 


inch Jr 
t the Bethesda-Chevy 
ome of Robert 


T ] . m 
Arlington National Ceme- 


Port (Wis.) hospital. She is age ple SA. who ~ 
-ortage is Os ; N ( reti, wm 
suffering a broken rib and — = yg the battle of San jean BM mm 


bruises. mestic the Spanish-American War 
Police said the truck, after eager = Fa in = established the 

colliding with the Belland’s y14in Building total 10,119. Ac oy. 

1953 Ford, tipped over onto a cording to Samuel Ss. Lewis, 

squad car driven by Patrolman President and General Man- 

William Tierney, who suffered. cer of the Fair. this is 468 

a wrenched back and cuts. The wore than last year, the peak. 

truck driver, Joseph Arm- More than 100 ‘ shows 

strong, 32, Madison, Wis. Wa5anq other attractions are 

not injured. paved 
Sgt. Belland joined the Fire mitten. Oe = to to 

Department on Feb. 24, 1932. +. throngs of spirited, jostling 

Seven years later he became .nijdren is the gigantic Sky , 


an acting sergeant and held) w)..) 
, presented in this part’ Gen Sample Ff. 
that title until he was made a of the country for 


‘Mary Lewis, 


» Welfare Work 


She was the former Ruth 


Active in D. C. 


Mary Bertha Lewis, a native 
Washingtonian who was agtive 
in Jewish charity work, died 


MADELEINE JETMORE. On 
day. Sept. 10. 1956 
ORE FORTY 


6h 
le survived by three srandchiil- 
ren. Friends may ¢all at the Ives! 
eral Home. 2647 Wiisen bivd 
on, . Where furteral 
>. be held on Thuredar. Sept 
interment lington Na- 


* : . 

the first . im. oth, st, “1 cloves J ° ay, Beptembe! 1 . i 

full sergeant on Feb. 1, 1955. time This is a doublewheeled “tary Acadamy im Anderson. payee SS ae ; . ther of Linda [. Gatiowas| NOLAN. URN (Ret), 2 

Engine Co. 20 is stationed in affair the wheels operating UL graduation. be rk- ton University ' . a P 0 . ~e ‘4 ’ beloved 

the 4300 block of Wisconsin .... on top of the other. It was ""°, 7°" with the Arkansas ’ | Hospital after ere| 

ave. nw. brought here directly from the National Guard ; a vear’'s illness 

He was awarded a commen- 44;,), State Fair. troit He was 2 company commer > ) NTER. WALTER L. On Wednesday 

ation from both Fire Chief) The Broadway revue, “High 4e" at the San Juan Hill battle Cape Matthias E. Manly 62 . nD Sipeember st fast, St Bcsreptowss| Sharen at tg" atm Melati 
err 7 . . ; “ oa. of . &. GA be-) friends invited. Interment at 11 6. m.. 

M. H Sutton and Police Chief and Mighty.” is being pre- and was cited for gallantry m $ . s ‘ x ane =. he ia rt roan Myer gate Ariinstcn, aes 

Robert V. Murray for aiding 2sented at 8:30 (DST) nightly action. He serwed in the Mex Capt | : y. Aye + , , . | ser, Mk the 3 a sr | tional Cemetery, with full military 


policeman in trouble and help-’,., the $2 million é, can Beréer campaigz ; and ,Ganter 

covered steel [ . , ; : Collins Puner ome. RUTH. BERTHA. te 
ing in the arrest of two persons John J. Pershing. 2. years a% secre- 382) th st. pw. on Friday, Sep'em. hey Se ,*4 trot 
; ; | a m. Re . Va. 

ree 
‘st. the ard 
Home, 
on ay. 


a : ° ‘ t St. Gabriels Church at 9 @& m.i ew 
established . . and transferred ; =| faterment St. Vincent Cemetery, Ai-!| Donors! ser 
; tha. 3. Y nsaensky & Gon 


~ several years ac ' , ancy & meron Thursday, 
» ANNA T.. Of 5609 29th ave . 
ago to the De- es ‘I 4 ! September 13. 1:30 >. m 
i. 1956. wit r iets; ens M4 


. ’ sta w } at , peo Gen : oule .] : 
in November, 1953. 2 a tary in the FBI auiem mass} 109 RR. § 2 
s 


Active in citizens association 4, eee and running races 
work, - oo a Re a panna begin at 2:30 (DST) each after- Army 
of the Brookmont Civic League ' 
and of the City Firefightersqova. * ‘* Tuns throug! 
Association The York Fair is sometimes 

Surviving are his wife, the called the “Mason Dixon Fair” 
former Selma Johnson of Min- because it is 19 miles north 
nesota, and five children, Mar- of that historic line and draws 
garet Palmer of Takoma@ Park, entrants and visitors from 
who was on vacation in Filér- south and north of it 
ida at the time of the accident: It is one of the oldest in the 
Eleanor Bower, Palmer Park, Nation It was frst held in 
Md.; Jeanette Belland, Robert. 1765 under a charter signed by 
17, and Army Pfe. William Thomas Penn son of William 


Belland, 21, al® of the home 
address. Penn, founder of Pennsylv 


: 


partment of Miss Lewis : . \ Memoria! Gardens, 
: rn _ - ‘ : on a Tel ’ i¢ * 
Agriculture as an administra , 3 at, Irma |. Worcester Y hive CHIT}AY, MABRY MONTAGUE CASTLE. 
. ‘ . %: rt! i . sS06, a6 her rosjeenee, a. 
fin he impipley and sister of  Rortense 

. ter ' 


: or. Riverdale. Md. 
She was a voluntary worker . +4 gay. Sepiember 16. 3986. si jord. ‘and jaunt of Mre 
rvices Ager Road Met Priends “ 
eb. Green Meadows. Mad. gt 2 —. 1786 mer oe = Rang 
nterment Ft Lincoln Cemetery 
ESTHER MYRTLE, On 
ber 9, 1956. at her 


f 
a 
. 


. 


? 
5 


‘ 
1 
us 


1 
iu 


r 
fT 


| 


fie 
af 


~emy of Washington, HaPoel 
Hamizrachi, and Talmud Torah 7. a2 ! 
* Scouung Fieet, AuUan- . = ts ae roe" by ' Cte mE eee George Wash- 

iss . 


~ 
= 


j 


HOU 


Graveside services for Leona pamphiets. Hou x 
Evelyn Kidwell, a retired Jus-- She had served under 
tice Department employe, will Attorney. Generals as an 
be held Saturday morning in ploye in the Court of Claims 
Herndon Cemetery, Herndon, division prior to her retirement D. Sample, 
Va. Mrs. Kidwell, 85, died Tues- several years ago. 
day tn Springfield, Ill. In addition to her daughter, He 
Mrs. Kidwell was a native of Mrs. Kidwell is survived by Edward T. 
Herndon and had lived most of three sisters, Mrs. Willig Mc- Church: 2 
her life in Arlington and Wash-Glincy and Miss Mamie Crounse John P. Stewart of 
ington. She and her daughter,/of Herndon, and Mrs. Robert and a granddaughter, Carcly= moore services ot Hall fun 
Mrs. J. P. Yoder, had moved to Kendrick, 300 W. Great Fails Sample of " HAMILTON, Va. Sept. 12 , : m, Tay non terment Hilisbero| 
Springfield last spring. st., Falls Church, and a brother, Graveside | : Funeral services f | LaROvise. JOUN yh a ee 
A poetess by avocation, Mrs. Amos Crounse, 2907 Key blvd. held at Arlington Go) — su 84.) erage A tember 11, 1956. af b 
Kidwell's writings have ap-|Arlington. \Cemetery Friday. Benjamin Harrison Branch, : 4 ave. nw. oe ES 
its teacher and worker in elec buspand 


love usd 

: . te th BE. Laboefish. fa 
ef of ; ad . 

tricity for many years, will be of Sao saa | and Mrs. Madeline Morris of | 4. Ve. 0 
(EST) at =| of Washington. D. C. Wi- Was TON. URA 
' held Thursday at 19 a. m. Home | ee of, Washin wee Se, aaa aouinate LA Pi on 
A : . ease | of Mees. Aris.| her 
day sis. m=. & HH’ Hines Co. Pu- ° 
; omit nera! 
’. Gogtem- . > 


y 


ania 
Leona E. Kidwell peared in néwspapers and 
five 
em. 


| 


‘ f os 
a 2b. mm (‘Parmétng facilities) 1 © Si7T iith st. se. on 
jena 2, Indianapolis, Ind ) pepteminer 3% y A. . 
, MAMIE PEARL. Died at Pee gg he 
NY ie ont ‘s.. Beptember Interment Arlington ~ 
A 7% PEARL HURST. afte er 
e : vi her! 7. 
4. 


sf 
if 


i 
i! 


delphia: Rose Glaser, 312 AS . =. Est 
pen st. nw. and Mollie Berch, ~ Ar-| 3066. 
1365 Geranium ss. nw. ae e 


i 


y 
thinness She is sur 


rf 


< 7 
Hurst. on eREeVVETT. . MARY BD. 
| oe Pas 


4 Bep rruthers 
. +> * son, Bedford. MARY D 
H h . Pai ), Cauren. Va tous Grpnd- iy ’ the . | in ’ 
. > ad . an we greal-eranden\'dren | 
Benjamin H. Branc ral se at Hal Puneral aeeee of 
» A — > ived 
ton 


ss P. trevven dr. of Wa: 


: 


and 


goeqpene tallo 
= Doral will be 7 ae | Fede Ssietter WW" ae a5: S) Sue 
For Your . ) meh Zot | rt 5 on custar. he 
her we . Blac * ve cae other 
5 . te rs ad r) 
Future’s Sake 


. =~ = 2 2 yeicd é wi ' y er 

has porte re i ae f an . George lementik. a ef 
i eaat Maa * Ba ss Singh» -illapes Fe he ~ > A . oD & Andrew Kiement 

oy “ Fin 4 a . | *) : . : 
$e ; ; 
s* ek y ‘ ° . x of Crechosevaria 
" “a : vived by eile t ar 
call at the & H 


4§ 
: 


aT 
: 


| 


YOUR FUTURE 


YOUR 
FUNERAL? 


a 
it 
E 


i, 
Nh 


‘Don’t miss 


the special 


~ School Pages 


Ss ait Sede y's PRE-NEED INSTALLMENT PLAN 


@ easy on yoursell, ylen shead and avoid shock and 
Subscribe to « plan by Chambers and 
have mind but you can save 


Washington Post = iit imue i = SEE 

and Times Herald | | 
Washington's favorite home newspaper 

Phone REpublic 7-1234 for home delivery 


Divorce 


Parley [*« 


- 


Plan Changed 


By John J. Lindsay 


Staff Reporter 


Judges of the new District 
Domestic Relations Court have 
tossed out part of proposed 
machinery set up to heal fam- 
ily rifts before they reach the 
divorce court 

The court has “no authority” 
to compel a husband or wife, 
or both. to attend a family re 
conciliation conference before 
a divorce action is filed with 
the court, said Judge Frank 
Hi. Myers, one of the court's 
three judges 

This deeision resulted in 
junking one important rule 
formulated for conduct of the 
court after it opens here Mon 
day 

The rule provided that be- 
fore a divorce action was filed. 
a husband or wife interested 
in effecting reconciliation may 
ask the court for a hearing 
Once granted, the rule said. 
the court may require the at 
tendance of ajl parties to the 
dispute, issuing subdpenas if 
necessar} 

Judge Nivyers said yesterday 
the rule went out the window 
because judges agreed 
had no jurisdiction when a 
family dispute was not legally 
before the court 

He added that the court 
will still attempt to bring 
parties to terms if both a hus 
band and wife “voluntarily” 


thea. 


come in for a reconciliation 
hearing. But the court cannot 
make such appearance manda- 
tory, he said 

There is no charge for the 
conferences 

The decisions of the judges 
does not affect a companion 
rule which states that in &@ con- 
tested divorce case in which all 
proper filings and answers have 
been made in the court, judges 
will make every effort to paich 
up marital disputes 

It was the rule that led last 
week to a clash between Judge 
John H. Burnett, one of the 
courts new judges, and Jean 
Boardman, of the D. C. Bar 
Association, long-time oppo 
nent of a separate family court 

Boardman told the judges 
they were “foolish” if they at- 
tempted to intervene in every 
divorce case before the court 
Burnett replied that the judges 
were not “damn fools’ and. in 
effect. would use discretion in 
apphyinz the rule 
Judge Myers said yesterday, 
that under that - rule. 
udges “obviously” would not 
attempt to bring a husband and 
wife together when all the ew 
dence indicates it would be 
impossible or not in their best 
interests But, he said. that 
wont hamper the court in 
examining each case on its own 
merits 


rour?t 


Long Comas Seen Aid 
To Head Injury Victims 


By Nate Haseltine 


Stal Reporter 


CHICAGO, Sept. 12—Acci- 
dent victims who see it coming 
suffer more severe and lasting 
hurts than those unaware of 
impending harm 

And lengthy spells of uncon 
sciousness from head injuries 
if not too prolonged, may be a 
blessing for speedier and fuller 
recovery, reported Dr. Emil 
Seletz, California neurosur- 
geon. 

Dr. Seletz reported today his 
observations on some 20,000 
head injuries treated over the 
years in Los Angeles County 
Hospital, which he serves. He 
is assistant clinical professor of 
neurosurgery at the University 
of Southern California School 
of Medicine, Los Angeles 

Speaking here at a scientific 
session of the current 10th bi- 
ennial congress of the Interna- 
tional College of Surgeons, Dr 
Se-etz warned physicians and 
family members not to be lulled 
into a false sense of security 
where X-rays show that the 
skull of a head-injured victim 
is unbroken 

The badly jarred brain is 
often more séverely injured 
without fracture of the skull, 
than in other cases where the 
breaking of the bone cushions 
some of the impact, he said. 

During a head injury, he ex- 
plained, a small artery or vein 
is often torn on the brain sur- 
face and, although the injury 
appears minor and the patient 
may be conscious and rational 
“the minute tear may at any 
moment hemorrhage and re- 
quire emergency brain sur- 
“ecry- 

Dangerous Aftermaths 

Head concussions, Dr. Seletz 
warned, can be followed by two 
serious and distinct afflictions 
One aftermath can be repeated 
and severe attacks of headache, 
often mistaken for migraine, 
the king-size variety of head- 
ache. 

Such concussion headaches 
are out of all seeming propor- 
tion to the original injury. They 
may be caused by just a little 
brain scar, and when the scar 
is removed the headaches dis- 
appear. 

The second dangerous after- 
math of concussion, he said, is 
“the exhaustion syndrome,” 
which he said is the result of 
the accident victim's fright “in 
facing approaching 
phe.” It is caused by the body's 
reaction to that fright, and is 
not experienced by victims who 
don't know what hit them, he 
said. 

Those who suffer the often 
long - lasting exhaustin syn- 
drome, he said, are afflicted 
with chronic fatigue, Dervous 
irritability, insomnia and a 
feeling of insecurity. They may 
mentally relive, repeatedly, 
their moment of fright. 

“These unfortunate individ. 
uals are totally exhausted,” Dr. 
Seletz declared. 

The surgeon cited the case 
of a holdup victim. A neigh- 
borhood ruffian had entered his 
store and stuck a gun in his 
ribs. 

“At that moment,” Dr. Seletz 
said. “the victim's adrenals 
(the body glands that secrete 
adrenalin to meet body stress) 
died. He was not physically 
injured. He is not a malinger- 
er. He is and has been an in- 
valid since that holdup mo- 
ment three years ago.” 

Lapsing into a prolonged pe- 
riod of uneonsciousmess may 
help make a victim forget the 
fright he experienced in facing 


catastro-.. 


tion was described by Dr. Rob 
ert Mazet Jr. orthopedist, and 
Dr. Milo B. Brooks, pediatri 
cian, both of the University of 
California Medical Center. Los 
Angeles Their program is 
conducted jointly by the Uni 
versity s Medical School and 
College of Engineering 

Some of their patients, Drs 
Mazet and Brooks reported. 
are outfitted with artificial py- 
loms (peg-legs) at one year of 
age, when most children are 
learning to walk. Otherg are 
equipped with false, function 
less hands before they are a 
year oid. 

Children under a year can 
push and pull only so the in 
fant passive hand is used for 
them, they explained. At about 
2‘2 the youngsters have devel- 
oped sufficiently to operate a 
small hook. It is not until the 
child is four that he is able to 
understand the mechanics of 
and actually use a fully fume- 
tioning false limb 

Among their best patients, 
they reported, was a 10-month-) 
old boy with several deformi- 
ties. At that age he was pro- 
vided with a jointless peg-leg: 
at 15 months he was equipped 
with a passive hand, and by 23 
months of age he was using a’ 
small hook for a hand and al 
fully articulated artificial leg 
By 32 months, they reported. 
he had mastered the use of 
both “and vociferously resent- 
ed having the device taken off. 
since they had become (to him) 
part of his body.” 

Some 3500 surgeons from) 
United States, Canada and 16) 
other nations are attending the 
four<lay congress, which ends 
Thursday 


Quarles Sees Gronchi 


ROME, Sept. 12 #—United 
States Air Force Secretary Don- 
ald A. Quarles called on Italy's 
President Giovanni Gronchi at 
his residence at Qurinale 
Palace today. Quarles is on 
a i?<day tour of air bases in 
Europe and North Africa ) 


; Al Capp 


Li’l Abner’s 
Pappy Aids 
meio aclgnr = 


Al Capp, cartoonist creator 
of “Lil Abner,” got the Wash- 
ington areas 1956 drive for 
five million CARE food pack-; 


ages off on his 
CC) 


own wooden 
leg yesterday 
before a con- 
vulsed Junior 
Chamber of 
Commerce 
luncheon in the 
Burlington Ho 
tel 

Appearing as 
guest speaker 
on the program 
with Mrs. Ray- 
mond Clapper, director of the! 
Washington CARE office, Capp) 
disclosed that his malfunction-| 
ing artifical leg the lost the! 
original in a childhood Acci-' 
dent) made him miss Tuesday's 
10 a. m. Presidential “People 
to People” conference 

“Everybody knew I was in 
town,” the genial pen-end-ink- 
ster observed. “I was the only 
man in the whole conference 
who had to be removed from 
the Red Cross auditorium piece 


in good working or 
der once again. Capp toid the 
Jaycees that “CARE has always 
seemed to me to be.religion in 
practice.” 

Mrs. Clapper stressed’ 
CARE’s facilities for trans 
mitting the 200 million pounds 
of food surpluses the Govern-| 
men thas allocated for distri-) 
bution to 19 critical areas of 
the world. Each subscriber is 
asked to give $1 to cover the 
package and handling costs. 

“Most children im these 
poorer countries of the world,” 
she said; “cant even go to 
school because they don't have 
enough to cat” 


Director Selected 
For Farm Study Unit 


ted Press 


dent and former editor of Farm 
Magazine, yesterday 
was named executive director 
of a presidential commission to 
find new industrial uses for 
surplus (arm products 
McMillen told reporters 
that current farm surpluses 
are largely im carbohydrate 
products such as corn, and the 
commission plans to search 
for new uses for the starches 
made from these crops. The 
commissions report to Con- 
gress is due by June 15, 1957. 


7 ; 
#oOurnai 


Japanese Plan Strike | 


TOKYO, Sept. 12 «wNS) 
More than 100.900 Japanese em-}| 
ployes of United States secu- 
rity forces are Scheduled to. 
stage a l-<iay strike Sept. 24 in 
protest against new work regu-| 
lations. A similar work stop-' 
page was carried out Aug 727. 


Paps’ 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Le Thursday, September 13, 1956 19 


SEARS 70th ANNIVERSARY SALE STARTS TODAY 10 A.M. 
NOW! SEARS OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND MONDAY NIGHTS TO 9 


SEARS 


20) 4-114 @ 1, thee) 


MLAEMAHES 


Keep Healthy with 
| §-Ceble Chest Pull 


. 

N 
The Utmost 
in Clean, 
Healthful, 
Economical 


100% Automatic. 


GAS Heat! 


Sie 


® Fully ovtomotc, precise 
temperature control 

® No fuel storage, no soot, 
NO worry of work 


) © 20 Year Gucrantee insures woter boiler sechons 


: 


the inevitable crash, Dr. age NO DOWN 


said. He cited a number of 
patients so blessed, who on 
coming to “made prompt and 
complete recoveries.” 

Two other California doctors 
reported ‘success in outfitting 
deformed and injured children 
with false limbs at early ages, 
come before they were a year 
old. : 

The wok of early rehabilita- 


«BUY ON 


; 


EASY TERMS 


FREE ESTIMATES 
. Phone 


HO. 2-7800 


; 


TARE 


Waterproof 
14-in. Rayon Bag 
Reg. $t.os. ... 1.77 


| Zipper beg with no-seg 


wire frame riveted han- 


Sturdy 
Privet Hedge 
Reg. $2.98 2.44 


From 2 te 3-f. high. Pre- 
fects, beewtifices. Bundle 


| of 25. 


® Luzurious Avtomonc 
Sunshine of winter long 

© Crane buslt-n quolity 
ond dependohulity 


PAYMENT 


ss 


teens * Sere 


Poe Oe Met bec OC or Md Sale Tae 


——— St ee ee 


Reg.3 prs. $1.79 
Gym Socks 
New . 3 prs. 1.50 


Ribbed top, reinforced 
heel and toe. —v ob- 
sorbent. Buy no 


@.*+* oe ® 
Men's Gym Shorts 
Are Long- Wearing 


Reg. 95< 87 
Senforized (max. shrink - 
age 1%), elastic waist- 
band, white. Sizes 24-38. 


~~ 


ij w 
Sale! Rugged 
Football Shoes 


Reg. $9.15 pr... 8.44 
Black. Sturdy oak leather 
soles, detachable ciects. 
Cemfeortable. Sizes $- 12. 


” Official Size 
Higgins Football 


Speciel.. .. .3.83 
Rugged split cowhide 
leether, durable, well- 
belenced. New red- 
brown color, white 


Sears 3 Stores 


~ 


Mixed imported 


TULIP BULBS 


10-49¢ 


* Regularly 10 for 59% 


Just say “Charge It” on Seers Revolving Chorge Pion! 


NEW HOURS, ALL SEARS STORES: Mondays, 12:30 to 9, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays, 10 to 6; Thursdeys and Fridays, 10 to 9. Free Parking! 


ee, 
; 


° 


A 


~ " 
- 
= 
¢ 
o . 
« 


[" 
at 


J 


S3 ~ > 
7. 4 : 7 
; a Sa * 
» e-e 
ee y ‘ < : 
"* < 
ee - eee ° A 7 


24-IN. OR 26-IN. SIZES 


$3.50 Down 
$5 Monthly 


ll 


> 
Z 


: 
. 


® 24-In. Reg. $38.95, 26-in. Reg. $39.95 

* Specially Made to Sears Specifications 

Boys’ and Girls’ models in this sturdy, streamlined balloon-tire 
bike imported from West Germany! improved frame construc- 


tion, metallic color finish, embossed plastic covered seddig, 
chain guard ... see them at Sears! 


fen | i>e 


Save on this 4-Pe. 
Football Ourtfitl 


ge 


Inctudes plestic helmet with extra pre 
tecting 4-point web, reinforced shevl- 
der pods and pents pivs cotton jersep 
M, . sizes. 


Pee SS 


fern | Seemm 


a 


/ 


/ 


oe | ° « 


YY J. C. Higgins 3-Pe.’ 
yr Basketball Ser | 


= a bell, 18 -In. 
SS Es goel 
> SF and net. 


= 


~~ — 


Seart 3 frore 


REVOLVING 
CHARGE 


, om Just Se 
i\ . —_— jw “Cherge 


- ’ rey 
e- : ‘ — 7 ) 
. i 
"as + 


EVERGREEN SALE! 


your garden now with these famous 63 
eoch 


Beautify 
Cross Country quality plents! Reg. $2.49 to 
Blote Excolsa, 18-24-in., reg. $2.49. . 1.88 
2.49 


1.468 


Your Choice 


Slote Avro Nene, 12-15-in., reg. $2.49 
} 
Boon 1 Steve 


« 


| 


. 
Upright Sete Beatie, 15-18-tn.. reg, $3.49 


5 
911 Bledensburg Rd. NE. (2).........Unceln 77-7300 
Wiheeensin Ave. ot Albemeorte (16)... . Merson 32-1122 
See ees Oe ARES - « « - » - A OED Dee 


Saliefaction guanantied ov your money bach "SEARS 


Siieomaa teenies: Seaanate 


. 
’ q 


| “THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD [Britain to Produce . (Moroccans Raid Homes of French —_ 
. Thursday, September 13, 1956 ie ) | 
Bh Ni Seni ~—— $870 Car for Export | nazar, sept. 12 —Moroc| Most of the arrested were Best Way to Kill Roaches and Ants 
Ber , | Reuters lean police in predawn raids\members of the Prescence) -.ocKROACHES and ants are ee. Mee 
LONDON, Sept_12—A Brit toaay awakened French house- Francaise, the organization the most difficult household |B * - + 
FCC Head Raps Duplication crs Sie Secu itisr agicut tetany ncn ns spond’ indepen| peo cea, Now yore | ga oe 
to sell at about $870 to com- They were held for expulsion. dence for Morocco. Super No- oach.§ b Re ee 8. 
pete with German, French 2nd| french Ambassador Andre| The arrests came after seven) . No-Roach;is a white viscous 


. . | substance which you apply, with |» 
In Investigations by Congress Be na coag [ened tn ti lias af Doleieniating tects wrging Ser] Sirens waaereceeat | 


The firm, Berkeley Coach- nigh lodged | . | eee 
work, Lid, of Biggleswade,| sity, ‘he Sievert: old teat ee oe a de o{month — be 
NEW YORK. SEPT. 12 opposition to too much regula-)volumes. Efficiency in Govern- north of London, hopes to pro- porarily obtained a delay in the present regime of the Sul) ™ Cazhreaches 
Federal Communications Com- tion of private enterprise and ment operations should not duce 50 cars a week by: next the expulsion order. ltan. . onageiian nested 2 ee 
mission Chairman George C. praised the FCC for what he permit duplication in congres- month In Britain the purchase) ; AEA es erst stg and | bugs and ether ling insects, 
McConnaughey said  today'termed its “devotion to duty.” |sional .investigative hearings tax will bring its price to just) wall ~ nd mie wharever |é C rece w _ 
“du plications” | McConnaughey spoke here because the public only suf- under $1680. The car, just over cab orcad - | ommon oense SY 
in congres on the eve of New York hear- fers when an agency of Gov- 10 feet long, can hold two adults HIGH SALARIES PAID youl see, ‘Aide Remember, when you ‘° 
sional investi ings by the House Antitrust ernment is required’ to spend and two small children, and .. fas bewaig-spmeconge oe ou don't 
@ gations of a Subcommittee headed by Rep. thousands of man-hours to an go up ta 60 miles on a gallon. OUNTING | Brush nor menee ee = haere revit — 
Governmer Emmanuel Celler (D-N.Y.) The swer duplicated inquiries the makers say. ; ; IN AUTOMOTIVE ACC | rien hy al pe bine ° ob caine 4 souldelactiag 
~ ge | hu ' ‘ a mpg ger Pweg yA ; Sole Thurs. Fri. Sat LOCAL COLLEGE PROVIDES SPECIALIZED TRAINING IN ) window silis and door sprays. Apply No-Roac just 
a ee . , : | ok Sarret 7 METHODS USED BY MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS sills, and-across ant trails. Ants where you want It, the invisible 
acaing an wU major TV networks have ex YR. BOTTLED , | will not cross the coating. Pour a coating stays effective for 
necessary ercised undue influence on LD IN BOND PROOF 88 Now a training program, graduates, automotive exec- I) sew drops into ant hills. | months. 
work-ioad On FCC actions P “fIETH Dealers’ Standard Account-. utives, and CPA's, Stu- No-Roach is also effective’ Guard against crawling Insects 
Government McConnaughey said FCC had STRAIGHT BOURBON ing Systems, can help you dents attend a 2hour ses || ‘sgainst resistant roaches, spi-|this common sense No-Roach 
officials , demonstrated full cooperation 19 find gainful Non gg rage aa Se aan bee | ders, silverfish, waterbugs, bed | way. 8 oz. 80¢; pt. $1.69; qt. $2.98. 
In an ad with s inquiries. He re- get 2 promotion in S- ric 1 ‘ FOR MINDIUM $2 ORDER 
dress for the MeConnaughey wa ll ed éuiea the last ses-' IRON CITY BEER 2 i} cinating, profitable automo ning October 2, ending Feb- CALL NA, 8-5100 
Radio and Television Execu- sion of Congress the Commis-f Plus Deposit bile business. The demands ruary 12 1th Floor Washington: 4th Floor Silver Spring & PARKingtom 
tives Society, MeConnaughey sion and its staff devoted 7432 | for employees are great and New classes now forming. 
also proposed that racio and man-hours to congressional the salaries high. Call or write for reserva- THE HECHT CoO. 
TV licenses and licens€ re- hearings. i) Reynolds & Reynolds, Inc, tion. Enrollment limited. 
newals be issued for five-year. «This breaks down to 929 i Publishers, supply the man- Strayer College of Account 
riods. The present legal time davs and 3.4 man-years,” he tte) 4 uals, practice sets, journals, ancy, 13th and F Streets, Call RE. 7-124, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash- 
three years. —— 14th & RHODE ISLAND AVE. N.E. (opp. Hot Shoppe! | | and working papers. The Washington 5, D. C. NA- Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 
The FCC head reiterated his) “Those figures speak PLENTY OF IN@—Phane tA. 6-661! teachers are university tional 61748. ington, 


. 


- S a 
ree 7: al i. ss he me 


Tau Get # AN Ueder One Geet At Sears = 
at eriat: ond Minencing (ome is And Asi Abo 
This Conventent Wey Te Buy. Onty Soars Has MCP. 


~~ 7. Beg eg” 2 ig 


- 
s. 


Lah TO 
x he yee Nag ae 


Ee Gh eres 2 4 : ee ee ae eee 
vee re . 


Save $25.95 on.65,000 BTU Gravity Gas Fired 


BASEMENTFURNACE 


Price includes complete unit with plenum 
chember! Large combustion chamber with 
long five gives you more heat from less fuel! 
Has self-energizing controls that need no 
electrical connections! Install it yourself, save 


more! You'll get dependable, long service 
from this economical Homart gas furnace! 
' 


= * Regularly $184.95 
© $16 Down $11 Monthly 


Reliable! 30-Gallon 
Glass-Lined Heater 


9” 


Famous Homart glass-lined tank can’? rust 


Save $20.95! 50,000 BTU Homert 


OIL FURNACE 


SS | eg. $129.95 Ss ? 
$11 Down 
Z $10 Monthly , | 


Save on its price. Save on its economical heating. 
Save on elimineted ductwork and save on space er corrode! Gas heater gvaranteed 10 
with this inconspicuous Homert. You can savey Y°°"* Operates economically and efficient- 
$20.95 on this floor unit now! ly. Sears will be glad to grrange installation. 


Geert § Camere 


* Regularly $99.95 
¢ $5 Down $5 Monthly 


. 
+t ==: = ae eee Corer 


Save on Plastic = 
Coated Wallpaper \_ 


wats OQ* 
to $1.50 . — 


bear 5 Stora 


double roll* as 
Hermony egg arr oy is ~ ly 
tong-lesti w tec. r 
tow atenamnodbens : ‘ | ; HOMART 
beouty! * Sold in double rolls. .t 
Choose from nine patterns. ‘ c STEEL 
Seam Biadweserg VW womeand 4 seme ; | Be y “ia COLO RED 
4 this Charmi | - 
; Srna if BATHROOM | E 
| arieston M , . y 
| ° ura = s ENSEMBLE nace Humidifier 
; Reg. $24.50 ] g* tee Reg. $11.98..... 9.88 
; _ Save $40.95 For gravity or forced alr 
| igh ' i} . > 7 furnaces. Copper tubing 
ghest point of scene is 47-inches. 1s 9'%4- , . 
L  #. wide, 10-ft. long. ) a - 
' i> ' . =! “+ 
: : ’ + P ; $14 Down 
‘it ¥ tho . $10 Monthly Homart Pump Converts 
+: ‘ 
| a ee ft * Regulerly $179.95 to Deliver From 50-Ft. 
Provincial Wallpapers -}- | a a ceeadaas 7 
| 2 double rolls | SGaindoune teille-in enact outs ® Regularly $119.95 88 
. neoghy st 6 6 : | hd Seamhe en store #950 Sewn $9 manny 
> ews 
: or 1 for 65¢ . ; fet. Cheese tre eral 
Double roll to 1 for 1.28 U/, i : 3 me el 1/3-hp pump with 17-gallon galvanized 
- peers SIE. s . niente. sbonton, Se ee for delivery from depths 
tee a w- pence KL | ‘ ? heavy gauge steel con- “ft. ideal for use in the country. Reli- 
= bern iene 
“ge aes no ERR Pee > ; struction. Easily installed. Gble and guaranteed by Sears. 
onc : Seon 3 Stare bear 5 Sere o 


Harmony House 
a" ‘ae 100-Wott Re- 
“ ~ - “ > = t 
~~ ic « & ty - * . : 
\ - . he ‘ _ 
... - hi i 7. a ff Pe 
i a ? : , 88s 
"ee, ‘7, : . 

Ly ee eeSSSeess Livy . > » | ; 

\ | | bee ee . . 4 er : 

.. ~~ 2 , 

Pt eT ! Regularly $8.50 

pee ** 4 " ‘ ’ + eg y, a 

ttexcas*®” tig, TF) [, 


ee baad, 


aes b> bbe 


Red or Green 
Harmony House 
Colonial Fixture 


8*4 q 


Regularly $9.95 aed 
2-Light F 


"t, 


ua 4 pede ay 
luorescent 


‘ > OTT |. i i eee 
‘sn A UUUTERERYNTST EET Ss alti Oitinn oat Ceiling Fixture 
Save From 31¢ to $1.10 on Fixtures! Sera TP eA LS eee 13-inch diameter shede.  Special....... 12. 


'3-wey switch, 30-70-100 Suitable for kitchen or 


,,, *4eq.q15335"" 


Harmony House Fixtures Bains Seer te 2-88. erry 


: watts. Copper color, reg. beth. Light lekly. 
. citettettte ms ee she sini $10.95, enly,..... 944 Gives ucla ooen light. 
88 ee Tteeg SER ULCaaee**  B eeeeG bars) See Saar § Store Sears 5 Stare 
YOUR CHOICE ae 
| Hall Fixture, reg. $3.79 Bedroom Fixture, reg. $3.98 —~§ ~~ \. ee, = >| 2-Way Noiseless ModernHarmony 
Kitchen Fixture, reg. $3.79 Porch Fixture, reg. $3.98 en “* | Homart Mercury House Fixture 
: Bathroom Fixture, reg. $3.19 Famous Homart 2-Wire . Brass or Copper 
é ae : : > 
: Aig - Indoor Armored Cable 14° 
| © Reg. $9.39—100.Fr. 97 
| | @U.L. Usted . Regularly $17.95 §  Hemart %4-In. Thin 


Wall Conduit 


T-light reel style with Meg Sen. .~.. 77 

spun-bress color mete! fer service entrance or 

end 18-inch shade. Reels indoer 

wp or down easily. For cold-rolled enized 
steel. 


' Ideal for home, shops. 15-emp. copecity, 


— > be : at 


150- wert bulb. 


9 bean | bora : a i le 
Sa | ) 3 
fasy Terms on Purchases of $20 or More! 911 Bledensburg Bd. NE. (2)... 7777, . . Lincoln 7-7500 
Wisconsin Ave. at Albemeorie (16)... .UMersen 92-1122 
“canal” gamma Sage phe , ; neg range on OE NRT Be 
You Can't Lese.. , | Mage Coleen Rl. Sever tering...” Socieer 9-4080 
pie tke - | 3 é 


7 ’ 
« 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
- Thursday, September 13, 1956 21 


‘ ae ha pe 
‘So oe te 4 x 4 
‘ 


spate ee ee oad be re et An, 
Se A Oe at a okt . ‘ 


ae 
: ~ ee 
wee 


ti SRF 


NOW! SEARS OPEN TONIGHT, FRIDAY AND MONDAY NIGHTS TO 9 


NEW HOURS, ALL SEARS STORES: Monday, 12:30 to 9; Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday, 10 to 6; Thursday and Friday, 10 to 9. Free Parking! 


BIG SILVERTONE T\ 
| CONSOLETTE 


COMBINATION OFFER! Regularly *169” 
TV with Regularly °14°” Base, Both*184°° 


; 16.90 ‘168 : 


$3 Down $8.50 Monthly on Sears Easy Payment Pian 


a, ~~ 


»» 
eS ene 
J sa sla nl = eo 
—— . nila d * . ae 
pt Ss A es _ ~ _. 
> ° v', Pa . Sl alan - Sa 
ye e “ a Tf a shee 
' 


* 24-inch. 331-Squore inches Viewable Area! Sharp and Clear Pic- 
tures with Aluminized Tube! 


* Handsomely Styled Cabinet—Fits Harmoniously with Modern or Tra- 


Save *41.95 In Anniversay! Get eee cee 
° Easy Side Controls Combat Drifting and Fading! Matching Stand Too— Ben's tae Chancel hel chau 
Soave at Sears! Seors famous |}-yeer Service 


Automatic Defrosting wht 


Big Hondi-Bin 
Crispert 


No Mess or Fuss 


With Detrosting! 


$-Handy Ocor 
Shelves! 


; ‘Clear Reception 
|. LWith TV Anfenns 
Res. $12.95 10.88 


Outdoor entenne easily 
installed pulls in sherp 
pictures for good viewing. 


Ociry Mart Butter 
and Cheese Storage! 


5-Yeor 
Guerontee! * 
#® 


'. Save Now! Silvertone _Ideal for Beginners! Combination Offer 
12-CU. FT. COLDSPROT __siPortable Tape Recorder Silvertone Guitar Guitar and Amplifier 


* Regularly $319.95 ® Regularly $79.95 
° ® Regulorly $12.95 8s . Both Reg. $79.90 S8 | Sears Service 
holds up te 70 lbs. Hendy butter ond © $5 Bown $5 Monthly Derk Shaded soba, AA te: 
olds yu ° +. hen vrrer @ 

hide aces in Ooiry Mert-lote of : r Finish * $5 Down $5 Monthly pNP aa —— 
extra storage in handy door shel ves. Complete with ceramic microphone, neon ‘ ° vertone, Ken- 
Gleaming, easy-to-clean interior and volume indicator, and smart leatherette ‘'eern to play your favorite tunes onthis Attractive solid electric guitar withtone, || , "ore, Coldspot or 
exterior! Gverenteed 5 yeors! $10 Down $14 Monthly on carrying case. ideal for parties, many oth- handsome hardwood guitar. Bigtone for volume controls. Both Silvertone quality. Homert ee ce 

aah eid Sears Easy Payment Plen © er uses such as to record research for %companiment with bands or combos. Ac- Warp-resistant hardwood guitar, 8-watt ok amen. ‘as 

school. Seve now! curately fretted. Instructions included. amplifier with 8-inch speaker. 


Specially Priced Now! Famous Coldspot KENMORE CANISTER 


15-CUBIC FOOT FREEZER | CLEANER 


With 5 Attachments! \ 


NOW ONLY Galego 27 ee 


$3 Down $5 Monthly 


; Lightweight, efficient, smart, modern design! 
ee ae Eesy-rolling casters for extra convenience! Pow- 
= ee SERIE: ertul suction pulls dirt out! Hurry in ond seve at 
; em ‘ : ERK? > nae Seors on this populer cleaner! 
Nu Se ANZ i peer 
fe. a, ——— 


$10 Down $14 Monthly on 
Seors Easy Payment Pion 


This big, yet compact freezer has those 
fectures! 


ate 


pire Ai 


Sears and Coldspot Bring YouA | 
Freezer-Food Plan that has Everything! — 
on Coldspot Freezer! Choose either Upright or Chest type and $ 
lowest possible prices on all foods and meats. Only $10 Down for, 5 
side er evt, beck to food and any size freezer. Coll Seors for details! ,  biBeis 
frent erfreette bese Le ERM PR ae RE Te te aaa al ed titel ctr ice i . 
ment. e fake eee, Rs a ‘iy aps 


a nar, Sek 


Sears hes everythi You get 
fer your hame improve- * 
monte! Whether it's in- you'l get the 


4 


| Mt : | | , 
Lesy Terms on Purchases of $20 of More! , 9119 Bledensburg Rd. NE. (2) 
Prive Showw Ow Net inetd D (or Md Sais Taw : Wisconsin Ave. ot Albemearie (16) 


You Can’t Lose... Ee , | | - | | 7 | £435 Coleevia Ra. iver Spring _Ainiper 94010 


- 


— WASHINGTON. POST and TIMES HERALD 
"Thursday, September 13, 1986 


, 


—_—_—_— 


GSA T elephone 
Curb Assailed 


Murray be notified before the call is 
(D-Mont.) of the Senate Interior returned with the answer to 
criticized the Congressman’s inquiry. 


Chairman James E. 
Committee vesterday 
a new C-eneral Services 
istration order 
restricting 
GSA emploves 
from talking to 
Congress 
on the tele 
phone 

“This order 
is deliberately 
calculated to 
create the max- 
imum irritation 
and the mini- 
mum efficiency 
in the relations hetween GSA 
and the Congress,” the Senator 
declared. 

The new personne! directive, 
issued August 24 as Adminis 


Admin 


~ 


Re 
a / 


Murray 


"lanagan explained the new 
order had only two purposes 
to “expedite” services to Con-| 

and to keep General 

\dmfmistrator Frank-| 

) Floete fully informed) 

on GSA’s relations with Con-! 
gress 

Senator Murray thinks dif-| 
ferently. 


Hints of Inquiries 


In a letter sent by special 
messenger to Floete yesterday, 
Murray declared: “I trust what 
| hear about this order is not 
true. If it is, it appears to be a 
new high in bureaucracy and) 
should be the subject of in- 
quiries by the Senate and the 
House.” / 


e 


By Norman Driscoll. Staff Photosrapher 


5 Drive Raises 


The Sibley Memorial Hos- 
pital Building Fund has 
reached $727,000 in its $1.5 
million drive to help build a 
new $8 million hospital, it was 
announced yesterday. 

At the first meeting of the 
campaign's executive ¢om- 
mittee, Chairman Robert C. 


of the campaign were. mostly 
from special gifts. Residential 
canvassing will begin in No- 
vember. The Campaign is 
scheduled to run through 
January, according to Simmons. 

Money from the campaign 
and Sibley Hospital's present 
assets will amount to about $4 
‘million, a campaign spokesman 
said. According to Simmons, 
the Government will match 


fupds raised by the campaign 


Simmons said the funds ob-| 
tained in the first five months |, 


$727,000 | 


For Sibley Building Fund 


and Sibley. The 350-bed stru 
ture will be located on the 
campus of American Univer- 
sity. « 


Gold Rush Method 


Of Clearing Town | 


When gold was discovered on) 
nuary 24,8 1848; in Califor-| 
nia’s South Fork American 
River northeast of present-day | 
Sacramento, San Francisco was 
suddenly depopulated ° ‘as if by’ 
a plague.” 

that of a population of about 
900, all but a dozen left for 
the diggings. Thousands of 
easterners soon swelled the 
city to far beyond its original 
size, however. By’ 1852 the 
population was 34,700, the Na- 


tional Geographic Society says. 


103 proof Cavalier Vodka 


the perfect “plus” proot 
that’s cHanging 
the vogue 


in vodka 


CAVALIER 


the great Amgrican 


VODKA 


DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN + 103 PROOF * CONTINENTAL DISTILLING CORP, + PHILA. PAL. 


FOAM RUBBER CENTER 


trative Order 196, deciares in 
part: “Telephone calls from 
members of Congress or mem 
bers of their. staffs will be re 
ferred to the special assistant 
for congressional liaison (Ber- 
nard L. Flanagan). If-that iss 
not feasible. a written memo- GSA contacts now refuse to 
randum reporting the nature come to the phone and even 
of the conversation will be for- decline to discuss the new or 
warded forthwith to that der over a lunch table. 

office.” Administrator Floete, a- for 


: mer Assistant Secretary of De 
No Change, He Says . 


fense, took office in March as 

A GSA spokesman said the the successor to Edmund F.| 
new order, never publicly re- 
leased, “simply codifies a pro- 
cedure we have had.” He said 
GSA's public information of. 
fice has long been besieged 
with congressional calls inquir- 
ing into local construction 
projects, where businessman 
constituents can buy surplus 
property and the like. 

Written Fic on these 
calls have always been sent 
from public information to the 
Congressional liaison office the 
spokesman said, and Congress- 
mens written inquiries have 
also been routed through this 
channel 

The spokesman said the new 
order carries no prohibition 
against a GSA employe an 
swering a telephone call from 
Capitol Hill; it merely specifies 
that Flanagan's office should 

pe 


Murray's office reported a| 
request to Flanagan for some! 
GSA material was sent Sep-' 
tember 5 and has yet to be ac-! 
c<now ledged The Senator's 


tafl also said that long-time 


subsequently brought Flana-| 
gan over to GSA from a similar 
Congressional liaison post with 
the Veterans Administration. 


Submerged 


Ship Minsiad 
In Sinking 


Judge Albert V. Bryan is ex- 
pected to rule next month on 
a $26,000 suit by a former yacht 
owner who claims his 68-foot 
yawl struck the submerged 
Battleship Texas in Chesa- 
ce Bay last year. 

i Foree Lt. Col. Julian A. 
Harvey, now stationed at Eglin 
Field, Fla., testified in a tel 
eral Court hearing Tuesday 
that the yawl, the Tbe 
tross,” struck what he believed 


bet Th Dest For Less— 100 Tablets 49—¢ to be the submerged Texas and 
- — i sank on October 21, 1955. 
Harvey, his seven-year-old 
and three crew members 
iwere saved by Navy helicop 
‘ters. 
Harvey's attorney, Landon 
Dowdey, told the Court that 
ithe Texas—renamed the San 
Marcos before it was sunk init 
1911 off Tangier Island—is im- 
properly marked and a navi- 
gation hazard. The wreck has 
been hit by at least six craft 
since 1940, Dowdey contended 
Government attorney Thom-' 
as McGovern argued, however, 
that the buoy marking the lo- 
‘cation of the submerged battle- 
=» ship is positioned properly and 
that there is a question of 
whether the Torbatross hit the! 
battleship or some other sub- 
merged object. 
Attorneys were given time - 
submit their arguments 
written briefs to Judge By 


Wile 
Z? of ¢\oo"? 
G\o>? * 


PADDOCK 


-—Duilders of the Nation's 
finest swimming pools. 


A complete 15x30 ft. 
blue opal gunite filt- 
ered swimming pool 
installed for 


*2995 


CALL 
JAckson 8-0077 


70 Homeless in Blast | 


ALBACETE, Spain, Sept. 12 
P—One person was killed and 
20 were injured last night 
when a truck carrying (ire- 
‘works caught fire and exploded. 
The explosion destroyed sev- 
‘eral buildings, leaving more 
'than.70 persons homeless. Dam- 
age was estimated at more 
than $50,000 


As At Ease As An 
AIR FRANCE PASSENGER 


Mansure. who resigned. Floete, . 


Alexandria Federal Court. 


4 of 3 


Potomac River to Be ‘Sweetened’ 


No longer is the Potomac to be scorned as a river of polla- 
tion. Come Saturday, the long-maligned river will flow with 
dashes of exotic Waikiki Beach, the romantic Blue Danube, 
and even the rejuvenating Fountain of Youth, Jess Ben- 
nett, assistant to the president of Braniff Airways, presents 
a gourd containing water from the Charges River in Pana- 
ma, to Betty Blackwell, a Board of Trade secretary. The 
blending of the waters will be a demonstration of inter- 
national friendship to mark the 25th anniversary of the 
President's Cup Regatta. 


CAB Sets New Route 


Over Grand Canyon 


By 


Vincent J. Burke 


United Press 
Ad-;be installed at Kingman and 
| Williams, Ariz., at a point east 
ff Navajo Mountain, at Farm- 
ington, N. M.; at Alamosa, 
‘Colo., and at some additional 
effort to pre-ipoints to the north 

vent any repe-| The new airway will be ready 
tition of the|t 0 go into Operation next spring 

‘June 30 col- the said. 
lision in which} Airplanes flying on aifways 
128 personsjare under the control of! 
|ground stations, which regulate 
their altitude and course. The 
acting|| wo big airliners—operated by’ 
CAA Adminis-|United Air Lines and Trans- 
trator, re-|W orid Airlines—were off the 
Pyle vealed the plan|airways when they collided ear-| 

to a Houseijlier tais summer. 

Interstate Commerce Subcom-| Stuart M. Speiser, New York 


The Civil 
miemistration 
day it is 
‘airway 


Aeronautics 
disclosed. yester 
establishing a new 
over the Grand'| 

Canyon. .in an 


mittee investigating air trafficiattorney, testified that families: 


problems in light of the air-jof all of the crash victims may 
line tragedy. have to sue the airlines be 

Pyle said the new airwayjcause probably neither airline 
will give greater protection to will accept responsibility. He 
pilots flying in the Grand /said several suits already have| 
Canyon area, including big air-|been filed at Los Angeles and! 
liners making non-stop flights. he plans to file one next week’ 

Pyle said the new 10-mile-|at the U. S. District Court in 
wide airway will extend from|New York City. 


THIS WEEKS 5 TOP VALUES! 


ee Bee A ; 


re 


FOAM RUBBER SOFA BED 


* Lippered covers oe metwee end holsters ere casr 
te remove for cleaning 
oe oe 


Reg. $119.95 


Dell 


inet Sofa Bed 
End Cabinet WROUGHT IRON & FOAM RUESTT 


ber for tour den, guest room 
ber mattress credied os 


SLEEP-TWO CONVERTIBLE 


, INCH WIDE DOUBLE 


«Tt 00% foam’ ——. 
oe Twe emertly epere d se 


: facmire 
while with : 
a oprag | »r erevesg aod sleeps 
7 orale : 
“icopiesg ry 
eo hee Jippere4 nm 
Nereral Valevt Ae a 


ie) 
% © The best budge NoSeg rep 


e 19% foom rub 
. : emaruy 


} W 
| $9095 
Rey. S199. 98 $144”... 89 awe 


re coooAean] 1399 NEW YORK AVE. N.W. 
Copitel Gerage Building NA 85859 


an Mon. & Thurs. 10-9 Daily & Set. 10-6 
FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS 


Authorized Lightolier Lamp Dealer 


Reg. $124.95 


NATURAL WALNUT BENCH > - 
or COCKTAIL TABLE 


— . P 
PRG ic. 


"$99.95 vo 


ae | local delivery Charge om thts hem pale 


ently 


RUBBER 


fs _ 
CMe? 


—“— = . 


Reg. TM, 


southern California to the Pu- 
eblo-Trinidad area in Colo- 
rado. It will require instal- 
lation of ground-<ontrol sta- 
tions, with navigation, radar 
and communication equipment 
at a number ofepoints in the 
sparsely-populated area 

Pyle said the equipment will} 


Retailers Balk 
At Woodner’s | 
"Drink Servi ice 


By Alfred E. Lewis 


Stat Reporter 


The District Retail Liquor 
Dealers Association asked the 
Alcoholic Beverage Control! 
Board yesterday to cork the 
“Gcod Spirits Shop” at the’ 
Woodner, 3636 16th st. nw. 

The liquor dealers, in em- 
phatically bad spirits over the 
shop, said it went over and 
beyond the call of an innkeep-' 
er’s duty to his guest. 

In a petition filed with the 
ABC Board, the Association 
complained that the Woodner) 
exceeded the limits of its Class) 
C license in opening the Good, 
Spirits Shop. 

A-Class C license for hotels 
permits,.beverages to be sold’ 
and servet\in the private room 
registeréd_ guest. 

Last July, the-Woodner sent 
an enthusiastic cireular to its) 
guests, proclaiming the open- 
ing of the Good Spirits ‘Shop 
on the fourth floor of its “A” 
building, facing 16th st. f 

The circular announced “iced| 
beer,” “sparkling wines and’ 
champagne chilled to just the 
right temperature for immedi-| 
ate serving” and a stock of | 
“fine bourbons, scotches, fa-| 
mous liqueurs and wines” 
would be available from 8 a. m.| 


our 
Sheldor 
in 
you 


EVERY 
ACCOMMODATION 
TOURIST © FIRST CLASS 
BERTHS 


1S DAY EXCURSION FARE ONLY 


$94 84 


20 MONTHS TO PAY 
WITH THE All-Eaponse Tours 
> snaveuain ¢ CREDIT PLAN Write fer Felder 
DAILY NON-STOP FLIGHTS IN J 3 ’ 
SUPER’ G” CONSTELLATIONS — 


wer 17.70 emurcaich ave WED TE BE IDES Mo comNTR 
See your Travel Agent, or Alr France 
1518 K St. N.W., Washington, D.C. STerling 3-4767 


TRAVEL EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME 
AN AIR FRANCE 
ROUND-THE-WORLD-TOUR 
Choose From 5,000 Possible 
Inmeraries or Low Cost 


‘and collects for it. 


to2 a.m. And at prices com- | 
pe “. % with other retail out-) 
ets ' 


Guests select the bottled 
goods they want, and a mes- 
senger delivers it to their room| 


The liquor dealers said the, 
shop puts the Woodner in di-| 
rect competition with holders| 
‘of Class A licenses. And it 
gives the Woodner the added! 
advantage of selling at hours. 
when retail liquor dealers 
must be closed. (Retail shops 
can remain open from 10 a. m.) 
to 9 p. m. weekdays and"10 a. m.| 
to midnight on Saturdays.) 
| Further, the liquor dealers 
said, the W er is selling 
bottled g to apartment) 
dwellers in the building who 
» ig really hotel guests at 
all. 

Jack Kloss, manager of the 
, Woodner, replied yesterday, 

“All hotels seli bottled goods: 
Ito guests, but most of them 
double the markup.” Kloss 
said the Woodner was content 
to keep the markup low and: 
make money on, volume. 


Here's the suit tha 


Sheldon ‘50’ in 
Light in weight and 


’ 


At all 3 Hecht 


TRUE 


exclusive 
2'SO’ suit 
the color 


Cail Wear 


still onl y S 5 O 


t lets you go from 


business to dinner to theater without a 
worry or a change of clothes. A real boon 
to youthful. executives who occasionally 
get “stuck” @ the office. It's our versatile 
the color we call “True Blue.” 


deep-toned with « 


slight midnight cast, this is a “must” suit 


for every man. 
Co. Men's Stores— 


2nd Fi., Washington; Street Fl., Silver Spring 


& PARKington. 


yy WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Thursday, September 13, 1956 23 


for everything you need... More for your money 
at MASTERS 


® 30-Day Money-Back Privilege 
1-Year Double Guarantee : 
: Brand New First Quality Merchandise | | 


the only discount department store 


WESTINGHOUSE VALUES 


AUTOMATIC FRY PAN | WESTINGHOUSE IRON 


Complete Variety of Merchandise 
The Largest Selection of Famous Brands 


BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALS 


BOSTON PENCIL SHARPENER =» price 


Famous Boston speed cutters sharpen quickly and $ 38 
easily. Simple for youngster to handle. Sets any- 
where on desk. List Price $2.75 ..........0056' 


Webster’s New School & Office Dictionary 


Concise definitions of all the words in common use. 
$00 pages of bold, readable type, compiled by edu- 
cators and lexicographers. List Price $1.25 ...... 


PHOTOGRAPHIC SPECIALS 


ANSCO SUR-FLASH CAMERA OUTFIT $ 4 AS 


Easy to operate camera complete with Flash Gun, 
“Flash Bulbs and Film. List Price $9.45 ......... 


DA-LITE MOVIE SCREENS 


3 Complete with Tri-Pod Stand fully adjustable to $ 6* 


; different heights. Can be used for slides. Crystal 
‘ beaded material. List Price $16.95 ........... 


ALL METAL 4 BULB MOVIE LIGHT BAR 


| 
; 
L 


Perfect results with Exclusive Two-switch control for 2 or 4 bulbs. Folds in half $ 88 
Westingh Thermometer: for easy storage. Complete with metal carrying 

Type Control that measures i case and 4 Westinghouse bulbs. List Price $23.35. 

heot where feed is oactuvelly 4 

cooked. Heating element fol- % 

“wt notee seve “© MASTERS PRICE nev you en ton ot win = MASTERS PRICE as a 
Rati —se lad, eosier ond fester. Famous West- ‘3 

eee S . = Rlat PUISS SEATS -ccdcoccdcscosscesscostece 


die construction designed te 


: 
f 
58 


No. LPC93 
IRON 


give you firm grip, pre 
twisting in ing. Cower 


¢> slightly extre 


Inghouse iron is designed te give 
you complete ironing comfort. It's 
«@ terrific buy of Mesters. Better 
hurry in todey . - « while they 
best! 

5. ust ¢ = ust § 

sO RICE PRICE 


‘ ‘ ed 4 ® peed ” 


FAMOUS 17" PORTABLE TV | HOOVER Steam & Dry Iron | LEWYT VACUUM =: 


“so all 
Tone Control} 
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED | Changes from Steam te Dry Famous Lewyt Vacuum Cleaner discount 
ve feetures extra powerful ot « flick of a switch. trons priced ot Masters! Takes the work out of 
7 


a 


s 
© Play. -Record Contro} 
irevits end multi-function tubes oll fabrics quickly and easily. i ty wheat bat aia! Bor bor - 
fer clearest, sharpest pictures. Easy to handle Hoover does com. Powerful but quiet! Better hurry 2 


Hes full range Hi-fi sound cir- ; professionel pressing job. é in while they're evailable. 


cuit. Contrels on side for easiest 


wh See it ot Masters today! eek . be 
Bs MASTERS PRICE | pts MASTERS PRICE | MASTERS PRICE vpastaae ee 87) 
87 | : 27 ‘ 87 LIST PRicg 15950 2" 
LIST PRICE ve }2095 C PRICE os - 


SUNBEAM SHAVEMASTER | GIBSON 10 1. REFRIGERATOR U.$. ROYAL AND f UNION HARDWARE SKATES 


SPALDING DOT 
Fomovs Sunbeem Shevemaster Sensational buy et Masters! Refriger- 


clectrin shaver ls paren tor GOLF BALLS 


Py ORE Re Vee oe 


—— 


Roller skates bheve devble 
boll stecl rele, demp tee, 
lorge toot plates High mete! 
becks with beether strep end 
shate key. Extends from 8% 
te 10%. 


MASTERS PRICE 


holds 43 ths. of frezen feed. Full width 
Chiller Locker. Egg Rock plus 3 door 
shelves. 


heaviest beards yet went burn, 
nick, pull er irritate sensitive 
skin. Light, easy te handle pow- 
erful shover. 


MASTERS PRICE 


MASTERS PRICE 


ae 


suse G Street NW. 3h 
ne ' TAs a 


the only discount department store 


‘ oe | 
: ' 4) P ; e 
: ’ 


THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
Thursday, September 13, 1956 
a4 i 


Governors 
End Parley, 
Pick Hodges 


WHITE SULPHUR 
SPRINGS, W. Va., Sept. 12 # 
Southern Governors, saying 
‘No” Republican who 

wants to: lead 

them, elected 

Gov. Luther 

Hodges of 

North Carolina 

as chairman of 

the Southern 

Governors Con- 

ference 

Rejected was 

Gov. Theodore 

R. MeKeldin of 

Maryland, the 

only Repubii- 
¢an among them 

McKeldin was understood to 
have beén passed over because 
in an election year the Sout 
ern Democrats felt some si7 
nificance might be re: 

{ choosing a Republica! 
lead them 

Kut 0 yt a the 0] 
sting out of tix action Dy’ 
agrecing in a closed-ioor meet 
ing to back MceKeldin as the 
next head of the National Gov 
ernors ( onference. 

The Governors chose Sea Is- 
land, Ga., for their next meet: 
ing a year from now. 

Before ending their meeting 
today, the Governors: 

® Adopted a proposal by 
Gov. Leroy Collins of Florida 
to set up a Council on Atoms- 
in-Industry. The council, com- 
posed of representatives from 
each of the 16 Southern states, 
would take a year-long look at 
how the South can best adopt 
nuclear power for its burgeon- 
ing industries. 

® Authorized naming a 5th 
member from each state to the 
Southern Regional Education 
soard 

® Increased payments for 
education contracts from $1000 
to $1500 per student for veter- 
inary medicine and from $2000 
to $2500 for medicine 

The Governors also dis. 
cussed a new problem they now 
think the most important of 
all: Water resources, and their 
conservation 

Except for the Southwestern 
states, most of the South has 
plenty of water. But the Gov 
ernors agreed every state 
needs to step up its efforts in 
clearing up polluted streams 
and holding back water tlrat 
now runs quickly off and is 
wasted 

Governor Hodges of North 
Caro! ina said 

“Together with the soil, wa-| 
ter resources represent the real 
wealth of a state or of the Na- 
tion. If we squander or mis. 
handle these resources, we can 
eventually bankrupt civiliza- 
tion.” 

The discussion on water pro- 
duced such statistics as: 

It takes 100 gallons of wa- 
ter to produce an ear of corn. 
7000 gallons to grow a bushel 
of oats and 50 million gallons 
a day to run a North Carolina 
paper mill, or as much water 
as used by that state's five’ 
largest cities. 


Gov. Hodges 


Irrigation 
Needs Cited 
By McKeldin 


WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS 
W. Va., Sept. 12 .»—Gov. Theo- 
dore R. McKeldin said today 
Maryland's’ main water-supply 
problem is that'of farm irriga- 
tion in its central and western | 
areas and that the state is plan-| 
ning steps to meet it. 

The Governor spoke at a 
round table on water conserva- 
tion and development during 
the 22d annual Southern Gov- 
ernors' Conference here. 

McKeldin said Maryland's 
problem is to provide “abun- 
dant irrigation for our inland 
farms in the seasons of the! 
year.when such irrigation is 
Most needed and will do the] 
most good.” 

“The obvious answer,” the | 
Governor said, “is the construc: | 
tion of reservoirs to store the 
flood waters of streams.” 

There is a proposal before! 
Maryland's législative council 
to empower the counties to 
borrow money for the construc | 
tion of such reservoirs and to 
amortize the bonds from as 
sessments against the landown-| 
ers who elect to use the water 
for irrigation, McKeldin said 

“I am confident that a vast 
majority of the progress-mind- | 
ed farmers in the ground-water | 
areas of Maryland would sup-' 
port such a plan. I strongly’ 
favor the introduction of such 
legislation.” he said 

The Governor said this would | 
call for a law to clarify or mod-| 
ify the doctrine of riparian 
rights so as to. extend the 
rights of surface-water use to 
all the lands in a watershed. 

McKeldin said Maryland has 
an annual average rainfall of 
more than 7000 billion gallons 

It is the surface-water run 
off, he said, “which is largely 
wasted now—but which pro 
vides the constantly replenish. 
able means to the future solu-' 
tion of our main water- ‘supply | 
problem.” 

McKeldin said, *‘ ‘agricultural | 
agencies estimate that some- 
thing less than 21 billion gal- 
lons a year would provide the 
desirable supplemental irriga- 
tion for all the irrigable farm 
lands in Maryland.” 


BEST MINERAL Ol£ 
MONEY CAN BUY han 


oy * coal 


OVER SOFT DRINKS, FEARS ARE EXPRESSED... 


ON THE PORCH, FRIENDLINESS FROM A LANDLORD... 


“THE VOICES OF THE WHITE SOUTH 


IN A VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT—COOPERATION. 


In LIFE today—the way of life the South cherishes— 
Part Ill in the series “The Background of Segregation” 


“They're half of us; their progress is our progress.” 


**You’ve got to treat them like children.”’ 


**They’re human beings just like everybody else. 
**He has his rights, but not equality.”’ 


HESE are some of the voices of the White South 

which you will hear in LIFE this week. They are 
voices not of violence, but of reasonable and logical 
Southerners. Hearing them, you are bound to gain a 
deeper insight, a more constructive approach to one 
of the most explosive issues of our time. 


For, in Part III of its series on ‘segregation, LIFE 
explores the divergent Southern views in defense of 
segregation. LIFE also presents the position of the 
Southern liberals who believe segregation to be no 
longer desirable or practical. 


In previous instalments, LIFE has probed with hon- 
esty and fearlessness into the history of the Negro: 
Now LIFE brings you this equally forthright report 


on how the White South thinks and acts and feels 
today. 

Here you will see five men: a white-collar worker, a 
big‘planter in the Delta, a factory worker, a share- 
cropper and the Mayor of a Southern city. You will 
not only hear their views, but you will see the environ- 
ment which shaped these views. In 13 pages of full- 
color photographs, showing the relationship of whites 
and Negroes in everyday living, LIFE documents the 
way of life the White South seeks to preserve. 

This week's LIFE also brings you an 8-page picture 
report of what happened when Southern schools opened 
this fall. On-the-spot photographs show you the nature 
of change—violent in some aspects, peaceful and har- 
monious in others. 

This story.of happenings today takes on even 
deeper meaning in the light of LIFE’s series, “The 
Background of Segregation.” 


"This difficult and ambitious project is already causing 


controversial comment throughout our nation. People 


are talking—and thinking, too, as they find themselves 
reached in a more telling and powerful way. 

For LIFE reports on the world around us in such a 
manner that people look, listen—and react. 

Sometimes, as is the case in this series, the reaction 
is one of serious, constructive thinking. Sometimes, 
when LIFE reports on a small human incident, the 
story evokes a warm, heartlifting smile. And often the 
reaction is to purchase a product advertised in the 
pages of LIFE. 


@ ROCKEFELLER PLAZA, NEW YORK 20, ©. Y. 


ieee weekly circulation—5,714,310 (Pbicer’s ABC Statement, an une 1956) 


drat. hh Welsh and Frank Sinatra 00 “Persan To Person” tommorrow pacientes ccs 


? 
. ? 


6 
s * 
‘ ad 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIVES HERALD 


Morse’s Devons EME) | Bees 8 santa ~~ nies 
Wi n a t M arlb O ' oO : 3 Today's Store Hours: Washington, 12:00-9:00; Arlington, 12:30-9:30 


lerd of pretty i6yearold girl wa 
(D-Ore.) chosen by her school mates pu - ;, 
events al The Hutchins family of W ed a0 Years 


| Southern Prin Frederick ll but 
seat Wate & aio : erick took a We Mr. and Mrs. John Taltavull 
is iT i? On ‘Ai rT es ay 0 : 
, ae en Pp ize ye terday for) sr of 3200 Lerring dr.. Dis- . ‘ 
tobacco displays. Donald ' inate sa = dy 
| missed Hutchins won the grand prize trict Heichis, Md. will mark 
for the finest 1955 crop their 50th wedding anniver- WASHINGTON 
Hic two sons Donald and ary Saturday at a party at 
Vayne. took all three grand their home. They were mar- 
prizes in the 4-11 competition. ried in Washington and have 
ti a 7 rene ' eo s st, ry 
Lawrence King of Anne Arum three children. A guest at 
ic County took te grand their nniv — , 
wweepstakes for 1983 tobacco cir anniversary party will 
prizec in th The Hereford becf cattle ex. %¢ Mary Garrigues of Les : 
lf categories. hibited by Hayfield’s Farm of Angeles, whe was an attend- You can buy the famous 
arm is at¢ keysville, Md. took both ant at their wedding in 1996. r 
grand champion and both re 


ison. Gdaug serve champion award > co’ ' 7 4ee@ 
Russell J. In other 4H, judgings, Fran- [7 __ ¢ . 4 
lcadows wascis Gardiner of Davidsonvill Knife Bandit 


fair by had the champion dairy ani 
inkford, wife ma Thomas A Terry of 


District Mitchelville had the champion Robs Another yp TH 4 7 
garden display. and A. J. Sun 
nior deriand Jr. of Dunkirk had the Dr ‘ r i s 
oT cbampon Ald co ess Shop | 
; ‘ . . . tase Candie oma E r Chiprentale Prenc> 
kn fe-wielding bandit held On Kann’s Easy Club Plan Lis Lace Rind erovmcul 


§-pe. Place Settings 27.05* te 39.77 * 


oe 2 iS 


TRATT Ah Bee “re 


urease irre 
“—s 
> 


, 


.* Fis * hi 3 ° >f ’ \e famo _ ° 


rling silver! Start now with one or 


i i eee id aa Pay as little as $2.00 a month 
eee ee ee oe tor the fowie sterling is: distinguished for its Nothing Down—No Carrying Charge 


, F ’ ry .* : _ +h 
». Sept. 12 tried twice before to enter het - a Dandit who heid up the Quality } itiful patterns, both modérn and 
Negro. mother children into the supposedly Mode O'Day Frock Shop, 1206 ES a T . : : 
: : - sditiona ismay as well own t Anti-Tarnish Chest Included—when you buy 
r two children mixed school, drove up before G # nw., Monday , " me best . .% Sor 
Ky. ele-the Tine of guardsmen and| police said the bandit er more 6-piece place settings tt one 
today while state highway patrolmen and, _ 4 
deployed rushed her children into the ‘**T®¢ the shop and inquired Saas. Otte Street Fl Washi : 
nt held schoo! abcut a skirt. left. then re- ann s—Stlverware—Street Floor, Washington and Arlington 


Ez! 


ana use troem w 2 you pay 


The white students virtually turned moments later. He 
left the school to the Negroes, flashed the knife on Ida M 


The would-be pickets. who | owever. Only four or five 
. u ' Irvin 0 227? Wass ‘ 
had turned back Négroes who whites were seen to enter the.” f 1222 Massachusetts 


tried to enter the school previ- phyiidin ave. nw., and ordered her to 

ously. jeered and threatened tone ait tne rear of the store with two ai e an ur e es 
Kentucky Gov. A. B. Chand- os; , h ; mM 

but offered no trouble her employes. There were no |} —— 

Only 11 miles from the little *T *##¢ he ordered 5: oop, customers at the time: ‘ 
community of Clay. the town roe te eB ep mgood mroi®. He hen forced a fourth em. 
of Sturgis, Ky.. earlier an inte-, | ae pioye. Marie Riddick of 209 ; . : 
eration Betenet, settled dows tegration. He said — i. Adams st. ne. to empty the Spacienus. Convenient Metal Personal File 
to a normal routine and at “2™@on had complained that contents of the cash registe 


| }e¢ t \ | Ti } , ~ ™ 
Clin: ren tegrated” mob tr pe to a ert “i L © into » brown paper bag. He left Bot sect has 2 compartments. Top opens — 
, ‘ ‘ P > a and t? ai sev era : ws and caught a north bound taxi in back ; : ha Includes LS 2s 
oeveD 


| a> 2 % sites : scaiVuUu : : : 
-~_ri Ty? ~~ © “ r ’ > “ " - 7 aa Ty ~ _ 
dent ; ap rmen ( PIT) ait | tia on 12th st according to no c : — sauce 
a: 


they were roughed up Police broadcast a lookout 
iT j ‘ Ty ‘ ‘or a Negro. about 2 5 feet c 
° tile oman Sponsors 170 pounds, with a round face 


and close cut hair, wearing ta: 


slacks and a pink shirt. Giant Fire-Retardant 


Negro School Applicant 

rs MOBILE. Aia.. Sept. 2 @& 
ynted at ' 
" prominect Mobile 
: veep — white woman asked the county : 
CAagP Asana . 5. hoard today to admit a Mae myself since she ' 


I2-year-old Negro girl to Mo- Years old,” the letter said 


+ IN€ bile’s all-white sec 1001 system. |Dackground, academically, mo oad with stos: special lid 

ee Dorothy D Da Ponte a ally and socially is adequate pen 's ext. Green of sie e 
widow who said she was tne for her entrance into an inte a » 4 ac? 
‘hild’s “foster mother.” made|8tated school.” 
the request in a letter she pre-- Kemmeth -W. Reed, board 
sented at a meeting of the President, gave the letter to Stationery—Street Floor, Both Stores 
school board No immediate|OF. Cranford Burns, superin- 
action was taken jtendent of public schools, with 

Mrs Da Ponte’s letter asked/"™S*ructions to seek legal ad 
that Carrie Mae McCants be|***® from the school board 
d admitted to the seventh grade attorney. 
She said the child had attend-|.. 
sd schools in England and Eu 
) or the past two years and 
. rer forma thew regular) oe to that catenin Negro 
: schools in Mobile County. 


; . 
James Gordon, who had)" ave brought up Carrié ea vs Today's Stere Heurs: Washington, 12:00-9:00! 


“Treasure Vault” 


— 
~f ia , 


tod i" front of the 


Save dollars on : : __ ' Arlingtem, 12:30 to 9:30 
Attendance 


On Increase 
At Poolesville 


Uzud Cleaner! Odorless! Firepreel! Attendance at Poolesv iile 
schoo! jumped to 608 yesterday 4 
after last weeks heavy ab 


CORRECTION | sence: in protest of integration 
= af 4 


24-Hour Phone Order Service—DI. 7-7 2 


2 e school 
The number present at the 
>| Mun ry Count; Md... 
sve 22g echool Ly .er Tuesday s 


Dist ied 1248-Bottled in 1956 } .. Schoo! Principal Richard 7. 


i t 
o 8 YEAR OLD {[ tendance was about 90 per cent 


of the expected total enroll- 
Waterfill and ment and is “not very far from 
Frazier normel” for this time of the 
STRAIGHT KENTUCKY | year 
Students stayed away in 
BOURBON large numbers last —_—- the 
beginning of the school year, 
~ Peat when Negro and white children 
fw 79 began attending classes to 
. | gether at Poolesville for the 
first t'me 
FIFTH About 100 Poolesville citi- 
a | zens, in a meeting Tuesday 
night at the Town Hall, agreed 
: 44*5 $ | to support efforts to obtain pri- 
=e {i vate schooling for their chil- 
nnn nme Edren, according to Edward B. 
3 ty $11.95 | wWyane of Poolesville, father of 
two students there 


i Wynne said yesterday that 
parents agreed to enroll their 
children at Poolesville under 
the assumption that plans for 


703 14th St. NW. private schooling would be 


started. Wynne said no plan 


Phone NA. 8-3320 has been completed $et. 


Save the Day with a “e" : seu « 
sg sal ali le, ial : SMOOTHIE” Button-dewn ESQUIRE “Geverneor 


FULL-TIME SELLING OPENINGS CLIMATIC Handy Rainceat Ties by Schreter _ Nylon Stretch Hose 
IN OUR NEW 7 CORNERS STORE | | 
Or you can work three B8-hour days a week, 9 3 | 
i ter lar , 
t you pre regular part-time employment A. 5 1.50 1.00 
Apply at our Employment Trailer at Seven 


Corners, located at the corner of the parking Weighs less than a pound, takes less space than a 


lot just off Leesburg Pike (Route 7), 10:00 book—even packs away wet. Waterproof Koroseal , - 
am. to 7-00 p.m. daily, except Saturday, 9:00 _ qith, gabardine texture, tailored lke « topeost. S, New idea—your tie buttons on to your shirt. New improved weight in the one-size sock. 


am. to 5:00 p.m. \ at L or XL sizes; British tan. Snap frest. Stays neat always, can't flap around. In newest Stretch nylon rib with reinforced toe and heel. 

‘¢ E | Same Style, Zippered Front .... Sea patterns, colors and designs. For all-around Wanted solid colors. Wash easily, dry quickly, 
oe ee nee, < Side IR ei inacpoicesedipginnks ss wear. | wear wonderfully. | 
’ 


Or came to Personne! Office, | | | 
Washington Store. Kann’s—Men's Farnishings—First Floor, Both Stores 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
°6 Thursday. September 13, 1956 ware 


—_— 


Woman Is Slain a 
In Beach Cabin| Sacer @ cambamw cit Gaal. ve ouk vas aula. ce as econ 


EDGEWATER, Md., Sept. 12 , 
7] @—Anne Arundel County 
| ‘ | police today held a 33-vear-cid 
former insurance agemt im the 
fatal shovting of a Baltimore 
— woman at a Woodland Beach 
aiiienell —— cottage last night 
we Richard ’Francis Curley Jr : 
: was booked for imvestigation 
. in the case 


t+ ra ined Se Famous We Dare Not Show Their Famous Labels . . . But You'll Recognize the World-Famous Quality at a Glance! 


was lodged in the County jal 


Le 


the petrow's capital with famous 
brands af thrift prices! 


: 
: 


Washington. Silrer Spring and PARKington 


before Trial Magistrate \or- 
man Hazard. ; 
Patrolman Lawrence More 
land, who had stopped Curley! 
for running a stop sign, said) 
he noticed bleed on the mans) 
Wands and asked him about! 
it. He quoted Curley as saying | 
| he had “just shot someone.” 
hos . walk The patrolman said Caries 
led him to the cottage where 
he found Miss Joan Faye 
Landau dying of a bullet “ 
wound in the chest. Moreland You 
said she was lying face Gown 
on the kitchen floor woven rayons 2na 
The Woodland Beach rescur” 
squad administered first a 
but she was pronounced dead 
on arrival at Anne Arunder! 
G nnapolis 
ers which are replacing elder (on tia" Pae® seranea 
vehicles. The new cars will .ncwer questions about the 
carry emergency equipment incident today and insisted on 


pending a hearing Friday night 


Police Chivalry 


Montgomery County's Coat 
of Arms. which denetes— 
among other things—loeyaltr, 
truth, military courage and 
prowess, will be emblazoned 
on the sides of 52 new cruis- 


. 


- 
eye x ~* + ‘inaw 5ic 
CoiLoOns. Woven coc.con ilannei 


"li kmew because of the ferrific fall fabrics . . 


, wy a. a a. y of iin an o _ - 
wool blends. woven ginmenams!’! Look for solids. 


= —_ - 5 Lawasew © oo -~ ’ ~~ a alec 
S7iIpes ama lances. Even smart plaids and checks! 


~s —_— ———\) .* 
Every one long-sleeved! 


You'll know because of the ferrific new collar styles 
. .. You've seen them im distinctive shops, national 
advertisements! You'll find Italjan styles! Regulars, 
Ivy styles! Convertibles! You'd grab them at their 
regular prices! 


Youll kmew because minor imperfections can’t hide 


the superb quality ... the perfection standards in 


Men’s Regularly *1 Neckties 


ALL PERFECT QUALITY! >0 


The Fall Event Washington Men Wait For! Terrific Line-Up of Terrific New Suits, Coats, Zipcoats! 
We Have Them All in Fabrics You'll Really Go For! Sizes for Most Every Man, Too! Hurry In! 


every stitch, im every imch of fabric! You're im luck 
to own and wear such classic shirts at the sensational 
® Foulards, solids 


® Regular, narrow & square 


| He was identified by officers 
Bull Blamed «: # smmerSaioye ot an im 
lcupation or address. Fellow 
a 400-acre farm on Travilah rd.. from California and has been 
the FBI for ballistics tests and 
ends. 

aminer. issued a certicate of 


and two-way radies. \seeing a lawyer. No formal 
3 —— charge had been filed agains! 
surance firm im Baltimore 
where Miss Landau was an 
In Death of loffice supervisor. They said 
Md. Farmer employes said Miss Landau 
was at work Tuesdar 
Arthur L. Lowe, 65, owner of . Police quoted Curley as say 
in Rockville, died yesterday living in his automobile 
after apparently having been Det. Lt Edward Kimg said 
attacked by a bull a gun found in Curiey’s auto 
by a farm hand in the same ek - , - 
= which th a comparison with the bullet we" Sives st to 
a ae ee ee with which Miss Landau was 
accidental death due to shock, a a H Id | 
crushed chest and a rupturec nquest olds 
liver 


him 
e now has no permanent oc 
ing he had recently returned 
lowe was found at 7:15 a. m. Mobile will be turned over te 
gomery County Medical shot. 
Lowe 


- :; . 
Mees Farmolungs, Downstairs Stere 


contractor 
: 


a retired Washington a 
S survived by bs Attorney In 
\ three son and two daugh ay 
: T 
raffie Death 
’ > | 
} airfax Man William R. Clay, 37. of 4919 
yet a Strathmore ave. Kensington. 
- . iwas held yesterday for action 
Dies Flees lof Municipal Court by a core 
= iner’s jury inquiring into the 
H Fi itraffic death of a 4)-year<cid 
ouse Fire — | 
A 5l-vearcold Fairfax County 
man died early yesterday im a 
fire which razed a threeroom 
frame home in the Mount Ver- 
non area 
George Blackburn, a cement 
finisher at Fort Belvoir, appar- 
ently was overcome by smo 
as he attempted to leave the 
burning building. Members of 
the Mount Vernon Fire Depart- 
ment found him lying in the 
doorway with a fire extin- 
guisher beside him. Cause of 
the blaze was not determined. 
Fire Marshal Willis Burton 
said Blackburn was alone in 
the house and that his wife and 
daughter were in Alexandria 


death was the 
mty's fifth fire fatality this 
Blackburn leaves a wife. 
Corinne. who lives in the 800 
block of Montgomery st. in 
Alexandria. He also leaves a 
brother. Henry. and sister. 
Mamie. both of the Mount Ver- 
non area. 


Foreign Service School 
Names Assistant Dean 


John Parr. a graduate of 
Georgetown University, has re- 
turned to the campus as assist- 
ant dean of the School of For- 
eign Service, The Very Rev. EX- 
ward B. Bunn, university presi- 
dent, announced yesterday 

Parr, 41, received his BS in 
foreign service and his MA 
from Georgetown.. He com- 
pleted his Ph.D. work at the 
University of Fribourg in Switz- 
erland 

For the last three years. Parr 
has been a professor of history 
and literature at Fribourg. Pre- 
viously he taught history and 
government in the University 
of Maryland overseas program. 
He also spent last year as as- 
sistant director of the Interna- 
tional Relations Bureau of the 
National Catholic Welfare Con- 
ference 


‘Ministers to follow 


Fairfax Man Wins 
Two Civilian Awards 


Robert E. Jones of Little 
River Pines, Fairfax, has been 
cited by the Army Transporta- 
tion Corps for superior per- 
formance and efficiency from 


Nov.. 1954. to May. 1956. He 


was given the meritorious civil- 
jan service and sustai su 
perior performance awards 
Maj. Gen. S. R. Browning, dep- 
uty chief of Transportation. 
said Jones devised program- 
ming procedures adopted later 
for wide use in the Army. 


Court Clerk Ruling 


Passed by Va. House 


RICHMOND. Sept. 12 «Sol 
The Fairfax County Circuit 
Court clerk may also serve in 
that capacity for the County 
of 


carpenter Sunday. 

Clay, a Veterans’ Administre- 
tion attorney, will be arraigned 
at 10 a. m. today in Municipal 
Court under the Negligent 
Homicide Act. He posted $500 
bond. The dead man was 
Hurschel A. Anderson, 456 M 
st. sw. the year’s 424 trafic 
fatality. 

Accident Investigation Unit 
oficer Edwin A. O'Callaghan 
said Clay was going about 2 
miles an hour down M st. sw 
when Anderson darted im front 
of him on the right mear the 
intersection of Union st. 


Rover ‘Better’ 
After Surgery 


Chief Judge Leo A. Rover cf 
the Municipal Court of Appeals 
was reported resting comfort- 
ably yesterday at Georgetown 
University Hospital followimg 
serious surgery. | 

Rover, former U. S. Attorney 
for the District, was feeling 


“better yesterday” than at any 


time since he was admitted to 
the hospital last week, his wife | 
reported. He is expected to 
take at least two or three more 
weeks to recuperate before re- 
turning to court. 


: 
13 Colombian | 
Ministers Quit — 

BOGOTA, Columbia, Sept 
12 #—Ipterior Minister Lucio 
Pabon Nunez today handed 
President Gustavo Rojas Pimil- 


la the collective resignation of 
the Cabinet 


The document was signed 


by 10 of the 13 Ministers. OF 
the three others. two are 
abroad on official missions and 
the third is critically #1. 

Qualified sources said the 
decision of Foreign Minister 
Evaristo Sourdis to resign for 
personal reasons and of Fi- 
nance Minister Carlos Villa- 
veces to do likewise for ree- 
sons of health caused the other 
suit im 
order to leave the President 
free to reorganize his official 
family. 


Lung Lesion Taken 
From Gen. Chennault 


The Air Farce said yesterday 
that Maj. Gen. Claite Chen 


mander in Southeast Asia dur- 
ing World War I!, was operzted 
on recently at the Walter Reed 
Medical Center here for re- 
moval of a lesion on his lung 
General Chennault has been m 
the hospital about two weeks. 
He ts expected to leave perhaps 
today or Friday, a spokesman 


MEN'S SUITS AND GOATS, 


LWP COATS | 


SUTTS im rayon-dacron” gabs and flannels, 
rayom-acetate gabe, flannels, fancies ... even 
many all-wool flannels, tweeds and worsted. 
Single-breasted, 2-button models with center 
vent. Regulars, 35 to 44; shorts, 36 to 42; longs, 
37 to 44. All new wanted Fall colors. 

. 


COATS ... rayon-wool gabardine french coats, 
rayon gab zip coats with quilted liner, many all- 
wool topeoats. Choose ragian or set-in sleeves, 
single er double breasted. Gray, tan, blue in 
sizes: regular, 35 to 44- short, 36 to 42; longs, 


31 to 44 
*DuPont Fiber 


Choose Ang Tie! 


less Than Wholesale Cost! Read the Maker’s Letter for Proof! 


@ Real Luxury jackets tailored 
to strict quality standards! Terrifie Cl ad 


@ Check the jacquard linings! Flannels of Import Wools! 


Mother-of-pear| buttons! 


at the silk-stitched 
! Deep patch pockets! 


® Note the rolled sleeves, the 
hand-tailored armholes! 


® Note the interflex construc- 
tion as advertised by Good. 
Housekeeping Magazine! -. 


\e@ Pick 


from colors after a 


tones, elegant greys! 
shorts 


All 3 Hecht Co. Stores Open Late Tonight! 


c ' 


THE aaa tt POST and ees HERALD 


Now! Thursday, Fifday, Saturday Only! Clip Pnubens and 


AVES20 0540 


On Superior Performing Wizard Appliances and Truetone TV! All Top Values! 
Backed by Our 47-Year Policy 6f Guaranteed Satisfaction! Hurry! Save Now! 


— TRUETONE 


———@ “91 3 Console 


i } 


W as 189. 95 


149% 


Choose either rich mahogany or 
modern blonde wood-grain finish 
console at the same low price! Con- 
venient off-the-floor styling with 
burn and stain-resistant “Impervium” 
finish cabinet! Giant aluminized pic- 
ture tube gives brilliant “edge-to- 
edge” viewing. Easy “no-stoop” top- 
front tuning, easy-to-read dial con 
trols. Power-packed vertical “Royal” 


chassis, big 6-inch speaker. Clip the 
coupon NOW while this sale lasts 


> 1572, 


= 


$5 down, $8 monthly 


MTT Lboohee 


SAVE ° 


(GERATOR-FREEZER 


Spent at ppynnnmnnnnen REAR 


Pri vreer eas 


LLLLELL 
v1 TT ahh ryTTh LLL ’ 
: ace TTT bh 1 


Wizard 37" 


with this coupe” 


UTE ohhh ATT LLL 


pogagaspannnes TT eee 


‘ 


TV WARRANTY 


Prices include fed. tax, year's warranty, 
on parts, tubes, normal delivery and in- 
stallation. Service policy extra 


| 


TELL Lid 
co egene nen enTTTTTTTTTTTEE 


iz 
synanssnntngnsnnn attend 
, . 


Reg. 
$10 ) down, $14 monthly 
© Big 64\4-pound freez 


© 2 deluxe roll-out shelves 
* Handy sutomatic sutecattely 


qt : 177.95 
Beautiful styled with 5 handy door shelves plus utility 

rack . . defrosts automatically—no messy trays to handle! 
Hurry! Special Prices Good 3 Days Only 


$3 Monthly, $8 Monthly, Luxury styled “ 
Zero-temp full-width freezer holds plenty of food for 


Copper-Glo” 
guard with clock, timer, — 
Ligh 
choice meals! Full five-year umit guarantee! 2/1408 


shelf and pm pat nA 
ted window-oven and broiler, “Wiz-O-Matic” broiler- 
griddle. Utility compartment, service drawers. 216614 


Hurry! Special Prices Good 3 Days Only! 


4 


Removes All 3 
Kinds of Dirt! 
8 
Saves up to 
16 Gallons 
of Hot Water!- 


re 


2:85'0 


he. 
- |’ 
QA aero 
Tyre? 
yyy nppgnnih 090s ns IRD IIE 
cup AND 


SAVE 


Wizard 30-Gal. Heater | 


with this coupon" 


cur AND 


(SAVE 


= wizard 17" Food Freezer 


with this coupe" 


FUT TTS 


- 
— 


Wizard Auto 


with this coupon 


guitiit — 


ponents 


CLT TRRT eT UT TNETTT TTT 


rv PELL LL bbns 


$S Down, $5 Monthly. 30-Gal. Master Deluxe Gas 
Heater. Durable double-giass lined, complewsly @ 95 
automatic! Full 20-year guarantee! 28510 4 Reg. 
30-Gal. Round Master Deluxe Elec. Heater 


| 95 Reg. 249.95 
Just 44” high. 20-year guarantee! 218320 Ss 79° 319.95 caine te wR gy iP ts et Se : — Less Liberal 
30-Gallon Master Del let lectri ing from fill to finish! ae See ing cyc 
Ideal 9: Beight! autt niet ae ee $10 Down, $14 Monthly. Wizard Deluxe 17 cu. ft. u "Miracle Wash" cycle for deep cleaning ; . . “Wonder Fabric” 
: 20-year guarantee! we tro chr Deluxe 17 p- cycle for delicate things! “Tidal wave’ eétion removes heavy, Trade-In Allowance 
Save on These Other Wizards! : _ + gar gprs floating and soluble dirt quickly, ately! Never re-uses dirty 
20-Gal. Deluxe Gas. 10-year guarantee! 2402...79.95 | our baskers and four fast-freeze shelves! Stores 588 ibs. ean, or sure No. 16 guviene Ot oe See wee eee eee 
52-Gal. Round Electric. 20-yr. guar. 20% in normal “refrigerator space!” 247 _ with push 
Hurry! Special Prices Good 3 Days Only! 


on Your Old Washer 
: Hurry! Special Prices Good 3 Days Only! 
THESE STORES OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M 


_ , 2909-11 Wilson Bivd. 
Avenue 3908 Benning Rd. NE. OO ON Te 
Serine. MG OL. 6-088 

1731 R. I. Ave. N.E. 


At Mise. Ave. 


911 # St. NE, 
1213 Good Hope Rd. 5.2 fines 


.. 102.95 


! “Food Front” 
door with storage shelves and juice can dispenser, slide- 


1717 King St., Alexandria 
Oven 9-6; 


- Always Easy Terms at Western Auto! 
_ Boy New end Savel 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
28 Thursday, September 13,, 1956 ore 


———  ——i—— i 


A Campaign Is Born 


’ 


Le \ 


, Siaff Phote 
District Commissioner Robert E. McLaughlin took a box lunch of fried chicken 
along to Gettysburg yesterday but started nibbling before he left Washington. 


. ° ” oncmanienee ry 


By Joe Heiberger. Staff Photographer 


AT EISENHOWER FARM YESTERDAY 


: 


oe 
i 


ee 


i 


> 
“* 


ry 


2 


» 
4 
Z 
5 
. s 


Zz ¢g @ : | Miss Karen Homstad, representative of the Young Republican Clubs of Wis- 

QUCUNUNEETENE TIN ot By Bob Burchette, Staff! Photosrapher consin, brought binoculars with her to Gettysburg because “I wahted to be 
The Washington delegation to the Gettysburg rally starts boarding buses on 17th st. between I and K sts. nw., yesterday morning. About sure to see the President.” Unable to get closer to him than the rear of the 
_ 500 party workers turned out for the trip, not enough to fill the 17 byses chartered for the group. As a result three buses didn’t go. tent, she was glad she had the glasses. 


Internationa! News 


Joe Ruttkay, art director for the Republican National Committee, pre- 


pares signs in the tent at Gettysburg for display before the party work- 
ers later In the day. 


Staff Phote 


Staff members of the Republican National Committee (from left) Ann 
Fadeley, Beverly Smith and Jane Owens helped brighten the rally with 
these gay dresses. 


f 


oo 


Stat! Phove 
Miss Bertha S. Adkins, assistant to National Chairman Leonard W. Hall 


boards a bus for Gettysburg. She's wearing stockings embroidered with 
“I Like Ike” (arrow). ~ 


¢ 


THE eESTN POST ‘ied TIMES HERALD 


Floor Wax Tests. Show how That Yom Kippur 


‘Beacon Wax’ Is Big Winner 
‘Beacon’s’ Longer-Lasting A Makes Starts Friday 


It the Biggest Bargain in Floor Wax 
Intelligent women  today’imade wax tests, well as Observance of the Jewish:greetings from the Washing-) 
make tests between different Beacon’s chemical iiereterten. High Holy Days ends with Yom ton Ministerial Union, an or-| - 
brands of products to de-have shown “Beacon Wax” Kippur, the “Day of Atone- ganization of Protestant min-| { 


termine the best. They wellthe winner. It outshiries and ment,” starting Friday at sun-isters. “May the Lord God! 
know one brand can be many outlasts ordinary floor wax bless yott and your people as 


times as good as another.'Its longer-lasting gloss makes / 
Many housewives who have “Beacon” the biggest wax buy Then the melancholy chant you seek to draw closer to Him) 


the Kol Nidre, a hymn ask- and. recommit yourselves to 

g God's forgiveness, will be walk more earnestly in His) # 

A . heard, and Jews will enter on ways,” the message said. . 
t breakfast enjoy 24 hours of prayer and fasting.. “The world of which we are | 
Orthodox Jews will give toa part is a world subject ta) 
“ar +4 rw » charity, with the plea, “May the inevitable results of man’s’ 
(3) je pe ein ork Wimes this be my. redemption.” own sin,” it continued. “Re-' 
Yom Kippur concludes a 10- ligiously motivated citizens of 
, . day period of penitence which every race and Nation help to 
delivered rl ht at our door began with Rosh Hashonoh, the keep the world aware of God's 
y | Jewish Néw Year’s Day. A requirements for righteousness 

‘single blast of the shofar, or and of His judgment when we 


] he W -| 
Phone JUniper 5-8446 or write The New York Times, 'ram’s horn, announces the fast vine Se Se The Washing 


8616 Georgia Avenue, Room 200, Silver Spring, Md, re “36 rabbis in Greater vittebeenem Which “enatieth Official Navy Phote SCANDINAVIAN 


Washington yesterday received the Nation.’” 


© September Special © Clean WOODWORK [i Suse ‘The Adm. Ernest J. King Trophy ( ASRMINES SVSTEM 


ithe Brookland Baptist Church - 
‘land President of the Union. “The Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King Trophy,” to be awarded 


in | wipe! No rinsing to the outstanding air reserve squadron at Anacostia, is 


| 
. ‘, , A _ admired by Navy Capt. L. E. Harmon (left), commanding | INAUGURATES 
; Billy Mitchell Dance —___ofticer of the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and Marine | 
: : The Mitchell Post of the’ Lt. Col. J..P. Sigman, commanding officer of the Marine | 
“ American Legion will sponsor unit. The trophy wi was | given by the D. Cc. Navy League. 
4 - a dance at 9 p. m. Friday, at ——_-—— — ae 
SOFA & CHAIR TEU)! cist a ia Global Express 
gton, to raise funds for a 


beta she aoe 9g) LIQUID HOUSE CLEANER Bil Mitchel! Memoria. "A pipe Rebuffed i in Plan | 
up § + 


and filling ‘ here neceseary pick-up and 
delivery }-year guarantee. 


SLIP COVERS : $300 * Want to Go Back to Maine? +To Use Potomae Water | ) —— 


2 Pieces, sofa and chair. Large selection of 
material—plein and floral. 


Branch Manager wanted by large Maine bank. | By Muriel Guinn 
C ollege graduate age 28- 35 preferred. 5-10 * Stal Reporter 


years experience im bank operations and/or \| Fairfax County's plan to tap|week to tap the Potomac but 
i FFMANN time sales desired. Apply by letter giving per- || the Potomac River as a water has not outlined a plan for 
sonal history, experience and salary expected to th source received a temporary either a filter plant or pipeline 


JISHING, CABINETMAKING, ABTIQUE RESTORING, , (mato Foe oe FY ree construction. The Board of 


DRAPERIES. NO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE. EASY CREDIT TERMS. DEAN C. WOLFE & ASSOCIATES, Ine. sion could not be granted until County Supervisors, led by Wil- os 
2447 ‘18th Street N.W. CO. 55-5116 725 Statler Office Building details are presented on pro- liam H. Moss hopes to go into| #77. 
VISIT OUR SHOW ROOM. Open Every Evening Until 9 PM. Boston 16, Massachusetts posed use of the water. the water business. ‘ft 


Estimates Cheerfully Given in Nearby Md. and Va. | | The County proposed last County Executive C. C. Mas-|% 


sey received a letter yesterday 
from Joseph T. Singewald, di-'@ 
rector of the State of Maryland |% 
[22 «4 Department of Geology, Mines : 

} and .Water Resources, which) ge 

5 raised a roadblock to their'# 
plan. The letter said before per- @am 
‘mission can be granted for tap- Mga 
‘ping the Potomac the County|@ 
‘must present facts on the lo- 
jcation of proposed facilities, 
the average, minimum and 
‘maximum daily and monthly) 
iconsumption of water, and the +. 
use for which the water is re- 
quested. 

A county-owned system has 
‘been an explosive topic in Fair- 
fax since last November when) 
a $30 million water bond issue 
was defeated at the polis. 

The Fairfax proposal fol- 
lowed a disclosure by the 
Washington Suburban Sanitary) 

Commission ‘that it must have| 

Potomac water for suburban! power 
residents of Prince Georges) 

and Montgomery County by 
1960. WSSC now supplies 457,- 
000 qustomers chiefly from the 
Patuxent River, but says this 
source will be inadequate with- 
in four or five years. 

Fairfax was warned earlier 
by a Corps of Engineers offi- 
cial that its project should be 
lcoordinated with interests of 
local, state and Federal agen-| 
icles and with the ulti mate) 
|water demand of other commu-| 
inities now being served by the! 


‘Potomac. “4 é 
FROM After hearing Singewald's| | 

letter the Board put off further ” ci / 
‘action. ; q 

On other matters, the Board: | ¥ 

® Deleted power of the . “4 
Board of Zoning Appeals by| * 
an amendment to the present! 
jzoning ordinance. Under the! y 
| amendment, tourist camps,| . , 
‘cabins, hotels, restaurants, fill-’ 
ing stations and auto repair a * 
shops’ would require special A new era in air travel to Europe is opened up by 


zoning. At present the Board — the new DC-7C “Global Express” of SAS — Scan- 


of Zoning Appeals can permit ; i a : 
such installations in agricul- dinavian Airlines System —a service featuring the 


tural or rural resident zones first and only one-stop flight from Los Angeles to 
"7 with issuance of a use permit.’ Europe, with other time-saving runs that include New 


° Spent two hours on a dis- York-Hamburg and New York-Copenhagen non- 


| cussion of a proposed subdivi-' : ‘ aa 

| sion ordinance amendment to stop, and through service to leading European cities. 

| raise the standards of subdivi- For all these flights, including those of its famed polar 

| cae ee pn -_ at cuaggege Awe route from California to the Continent, SAS chooses 
ins on of utilities. Deci- ; - 
sion was deferred for another Douglas DC-7Cs powered by the Curtiss-Wright 


(ee @ week. Turbo Compound® engine. 

the pont och Leadon nw Today, 41 leading world airlines have selected 
facilities for collection , of the Turbo Compound to power the luxury flights, 
sewer and plumbing fees and the blue-ribbon, coast-to-coast, continent-to-continent, 

tat tecdiit bon sewer and plumb- and over-ocean rns where speed and comfort are the 

» | keynotes. The fastest airliners in service today are 
powered by this world-famous engine that combines 

1D. C. Woman speed, range, dependability and dperational economy. 

| With a backlog of more than 23 billion seat miles, 


Th and with a perfect safety record, the Turbo Com- 
D 1€S, 7 Hurt pound has proven its claim to leadership among the 


world’s airline engines. The more than 53 million 
In Car Crash | > cit nites now fown duly behind the Turbo Com- 
| Martha D. Harper, 38, of 1854 — — a lag 100 million daily as future 
Ontario pl. nw. was killed scheqguies take ¢ 


‘Tuesday night when the car in : 
which .she was riding struck 
/the rear of a truck on Route 1 
in Falmouth, Stafford County, 
‘Va. Seven others in the car 
were injured. 
Jasper Mills Sr. 34, of the 
‘Ontario pl. address, the driver, ' 
is ag oe Ri critical condition 
: . with head injuries at Medical 
New TWA Holiday Discount Fares shrink the world Examples of Round Trip FLY THE FINEST College Hospital, Riehmond. 
Mit SD 15-Day Holiday Di t Fares | Mills’ son, Albert, 9, was | 


to wallet size. Only $425 round trip from New York listed there as critical. 


to London, starting October Ist. Have two never-to- (Sky Tourist) 28 New pod ) Others.injured, all Mills’ chil- 

be-forgotten weeks of travel adventure in Europe om. Valens, 16¢ Walser: 7. Hil 
while accommodations are plentiful...prices below 1 QNDON .... oo Sie o FLY Zaree, 8 DD taken to 
peak-season highs! Fly aboard luxurious TWA Fredericksburg. The truck 


FRE cccdwo GOR cee driver, Jesse Lee Puryear fi 

Super-G Constellations. Complimentary meals aloft. ‘South Boston, Va., na as not 

You can fly now... pay later... with TWA’s Time- ROME...... hurt. No charges were filed. 
Pay Plan. Make your reservations today. FRANKFORT. . 


ea an y 


See your TWA travel agent or call TWA Turkish-Syria Discord 


ih 
494. 

a. STerling 3-4200 DAMASCUS, Syria Sent 12 

Oe ~FY , 480.. \an—Newspapers here charged 


Statler Hotel or 716 Fourteenth Street today that Turkey is massing 


. : troops on its Syrian border as 
FLY THE UNE THAT PLES THE Wome A part of a pyre plan to “be-) 


siege”. Syria and t. The 
Interior Ministry said 

Officials have explained the 
ae a, there only for ah od 


of Planting * 


— 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
ae Thursday, Séptember 13, 1956 


a 


a re 


Cee ge z 


edi ah PG 


. . 4 4 
. , * > wr at r « , , . 
ihe 2 . ‘ boats 2 . + ‘ - ” 7 
“ ” » a a 
‘ >” 4 ee % , 2 - 9 - \ ie 
; Fae bes ; ” ng . > y “/ Se _ ‘*, é é “ ~ s 
CRA : » - why . ’ oe : “Ss a bee é a ” & 
ae - - : ay ” , , é SF Gg > i 
aK, 41 ; . ee . 2 . : > _— 4 3 4 54 
, > - ; 2 ‘ . ¥ é q 4 - 4 
~ * ‘ ” - 4 * 4 > 
p | (oo, » eo BP Xs : f te. = ot Sag 
: oi ye a A 
Pe ‘ : e . 2 ¥ st s ho Me ” Pp >" P 
4 ’ » tr - ai by : ae 7 % —, < - o ° 
: “4 - ' - " M . 2 é ° -% ie GP a 
. , ‘ ° ve er : 9 o* x A . 
ge ¥ - ip * er - os ¥ or ate % 7 ae 00-8 ak . sd ig? 8 » . ~ ; 
, ? an ee : * - 
j < : ype * a > iw! as ‘ oe ek 4 ae rT ; ; aia 
; ~ a - a ty ‘ s m 
7 — ‘ ; . 5 ie S KE od oe, £ “ ee a, 
a. . . a” we Alla he wails ~ahs “ pe ee - : al . 
, 


4 good reasons for the 4 dimension network 


The above picture, taken shortly after the actual birth of 
a baby, announces a mighty exciting and important event. 


It’s the birth of a healthy, sound, spirited new tele- 
vision network—the NTA Film Network. 


As with most parents, it represents the fulfillment of 
a long-cherished dream. But unlike most new arrivals, this 
one already has an objective in life. In fact, it has two: 


To provide better entertainment for the public...’ 


and to offer a significant new marketplace for 
the advertiser. 


Actually, its whole reason for being is a happy marriage 
between the two! You'll be hearing a good deal more 
about the NTA Film Network from now on. But mean- 
while, wouldn’t you agree that... 


& When the public gains...and the advertiser gains... 


and the station gains...the birth of the NTA Film Net- 
work isa decidedly blessed event for everyone? 


: Qo 102 Stations Covering 82% of U.S. TV 


Homes. They offer access to the na- 
tion’s top markets...where 38,173,100 
families live...in 28,143,500 TV homes... 
with about 214 billion dollars in buying 
power. To say the least, it's a vast market, 
with vast opportunities for the national 
advertiser. 


© With the Greatest Flexibility In TV 
Network History. No costly “must- 
buys”. Now you can buy what you want... 
when you want... where you want it. One 
contract covers everything—time and pro- 
gram...with no worry about time differ- 
entials. You get the prestige of network 
plus the flexibility of spot purchase. 


ry At a Fantastically Low Cost Per Thou- 

sand. To those appalled by the high 
cost of TV advertising, the NTA Film New 
work is the answer. It offers enormous 
audiences at a remarkably low cost per 
thousand. Thanks to toptalent at a fraction 
of the cost of the average TV show. Thanks 
to no staggering coaxial cable costs. 


4) And Guaranteed Clearance of Time 

and Programming. No waits or de 
bates about station clearances. You can get 
the avaflabilities you want and need now 
..- without standing in line. Whatever 
your Dresent TV situation, look to the 
NTA Film Network—The Four Dimension 
TV Network! 


For the full story, call, wire or write: 


a subsidiary of National Telefilm Associates} 
€0 West S5th Street, New York, N. Y.«*« Phone: Plaza 7.2100 


% 


THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD ) Dorothy Kilgalliems es | Show Times For Thursday 


Thursday, September 13, 1956 ee | 


Re te Sh MOSS: Ake 
| Trouble Brews in Elaine’s Paradise | “20 Seer tae 
~) ,One On the Aisle | roubie Drews In 8 i ara ies en fe, oe tak ee Sia 
se “. | , -aPiTol ” Btory.. i & m. 1:41, poe 
. . Be os NEW YORK, Sept. 12—Thejand they think they have him lind Russell?” Designer Ma-| +. 6 43. 7: WARNER ‘cinerams Holiday.” at 
QO Ist al e Be town gossips are posting storm cold. ‘rusia gave Out numerous press —Thtests” at 6:90, 8:10 and | 8:90. 
1 ee lwarnings for Elaine Stritch’s ‘ Line releases. about the gorgeous — St 11:35 ~ 
. benefit. Her favorite beau, Ben) ON “WHAT'S My Line?" costumes she was creating for outote sees, d [EIR CONDITIONED te roo Contor\ 
ra * Py ' |Gazarra, h a s te , Spat saa ose Pte 4 Sor’ al nua ee but oe “a Pat sae, 438, “bo.” 148 = 
\\ re  |signed on as 4 2 | = ments for the play c on alt «| ’ 
In the ar 3 a arematie coach a profit-making organization?” «\igs Russell's Gowns by) # fat a, my 1:86. S89. 886, | oe a KG KEITH S 
- |f or beautiful me iand his answer was an Un-\Travis Banton” ... . Concern) sa; =. “Privates Preeress.” | —_ 7 
, ' >, |Pamela Curan, ween equivocal “No.” Frightfully spout the National League pen-| ,8)6: a0. 1 & Er ay 
By Richard L. Coe , = ae ,* a bad memory for. such a smart/nant now has a special trans- ng, Bad , Beet - TT 
‘ aS, 2 rae, chap. Before he became 4 atiantic dimension. Tony Mar- ud, | ‘tt \\ tk ih 
sad \ hae AND PEACE” evidently is going to be one of those | ae | Sop Me, ‘union leader, Mr. cs ran 8M tin has arranged for a New .. 7 c My 
pictures “everybody” is going to want to sec. Because | Pr ati Teer tha a eneeion commen Tot pal‘ to ca rhe kn precis tie wy a i . J Ril | | \\) 
of its length, three hours and a half, we've had querics on =| * graeme h ‘ete nell Sewspapers, played in he of each game unt es time, ’ ae 
* . a | pers, while he’s in London com- 72 Ole 
how it's going to be shown. p ae F : ¥ og — ore ot yore: pleting the film he’s shooting! , 8. 
: Conti s showings, unreserved seats and no inter- ashing a ae ER ard starred on trumpet (later with Vera Ellen. ) 
Cert) Te eee ee a <a * a ~ bm pga nee Kilgalien (on drums) with his own four- 44 | 


When this Hollywood-made-in-Italy epic opens at the Capitol | Eddie Fisher will try to hypo Piece band. The Chicago Daily ‘Lozano to Rest in U. S. 


| ’ News, for one, will be shocked | } The ? H d 
: < he 4 " , . sales of his new records by lmayya eads poy 
Wednesday, Sept. 26, doors will dpen daily at 9:30, with show | Eileen’s Clicking J a | GUATEMALA, Sept. 12 @# 


to learn it’s a non-profit-mak-' 
making fr nt cross-country * ; 
ings scheduled at 10 a. m., 1:45, 5:25 and 9:03 p. m. Saturdays heme oh star the saa at they ing organization. (And what |The Honduras Embassy said 


. T 
y ae . 
there also will be four. showings, first at 10:45, last at 10 p. m.| The murdered boy's mother come out. He's also considering 7% ** express . company, Driv e on Nagas hepery pe po ge 
There'll only be three showings on Sundays, the first at 1:30,| in “The Bad Seed,” at the spending much more time in Somes ‘ a | NEW DELHI, Sept. 12 # handed. his. office to fermer 
‘ast at 9. , Metropolitan and Ambas- New York “to be closer to the) HoLLYWOOD’s quietest’, 32> gfe | 


M ,President Juan Manuel Galvez @ .. : 
prices will run from 90 cents to $1.50, same scale used for| sador, Marliyn Monroe's oe why FOR oxte . a civil war is being waged be- India a put bp aga “9 while Lozano goes to the } eS 
ine record-breaking “The King and I.” | waitress-friend in the Cap |,.;. manager Milton Black. tween. Anita Ekberg and the top nn pane pe ‘United States for a week’s rest. Mats. Wed. & Sat. 8:30 
But financially, “War and Peace” isn’t likely to break any itel’s “Bus Stop” and Paul : man who made her a star—S. Thimayya—in charge of the Galvez is Chief Justice of the 


stone, and a defeat for his wife, john Wayne. Wayne discovered fight to subdue a nationalist 
records. For those 208 minutes of running time are boufld to Newman's mother in “Some Debbie Reynolds, who quite her, Pad Ph still eee aie in the Naga hills. Supreme Court. Lozano expects 


; “ to leave for Miami, Fila., some- 
raise hob with what theaters call “the spill.” The film's first} body Up There Likes Me,” naturally prefers him to stay tract to his Batjac Productions, Naga rebels, several thou- time today. | 


weeks at New York’s Capitol demonstrated that.some patrons) have put Eileen Heckart for. yhome in Californta. but he can’t reach her by tele-\sand strong and armed with ' | os NORMAN PANAMA § SOELVON PRA 
are staying longer than one full showing and the normal “spill” ward as an Oscar contender. |. One of New York’s major phone and they're doing their discarded British and Japa- mentee OP * 
ey og. A TV favorite, she scored on ”°*! figures is in big trouble talking through lawyers. nese World War II weapons, agrenng ~~ ae 
just isn't happening ; ‘ in “Plenic” a “Th (upward of a million dollars' Minor mystery of the thea- have been  battlin Indian SAVE "nn o NE @ PR 
This, of course, always has a a, © worth) with the Feds. They're trical seasor is “What hap-forces along the India-Burma ee 
been one drawback to the Bad Seed. planted all over his baliwick pened with Marusia and Rosa- border. They are demanding SAVE $ MUNGO ST OR SHON (OH COMET OE 


> 5 res tiv n ' 
theaters’ convenient “grind” Compas sepresematives ane — -—-—. establishment of an independ- 


the Symphony's box office, 1108 ent Nagaland. 


— SS 
policy. The comics used to have 4. nw are handling this. ' lla P : Thimayya’s appointment was SAVE $ SEAT SALE NOW 
fun with it when vaudeville A further drift in the schools- Aue a arsons: , seen as the start of a renewed SAVE s 
was four-aday. theater alliance is C. Melvin og by og oe opaagag to SAVE $ 

Not unnaturally, “Gone With rut down the rebellion, 


Sharpe's reaction to a private ° . Mek s | SAVE $ 
the Wind,” of like length, ; : fw ” W Sh I] H M “ M Mill > 
blazed the trail for the “War tub preskdond ar at dae Cc a ave USIC, ays r’. Ss | On Liquor Prices 


and Peace” continuous show- 
ings. When that was first shown 
at the Palace 18 years ago 
there were two continuous aft | 


Bor Office Opes 
7 a.m. te 3 38 om. 


) | Tw 
Education said that he'll be} HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 12 (INS),looking like a dream in a pink!many laughs and such a pleas-' NOW IN 50 , WEEK Call ST 3-751 7 
e 


urging school principals to plug The name of Irving Mills is as- summer gown, told me that she ant afternoon. nn eee’ 
* this gs a movie worth seeing. (sociated with the publication of is working close to my house, “@ Went shopping and I CN 


songs all over the world, but on Maple dr. ine iy Gar aes wens oe 


ernoon performances, then a . Inow Irvin ea | 
, g tells I am playing with James back from Europe, but I hate 
single reserved-seat, evening Rafts Beliey ed ime that he has Best in ‘A Man on a Motor- to go shopping alone—besides 


showing with intermission. formed the ” “ I never have any time. 
Later runs of “Gone With the From Lost Plane Mills Picture ret: oe Se | eae Se ee b was wearing sideburns| 


Corporation. . scenes are being made at the ¢,, his 


ool | icture, “Jesse James,”| 2 Perfs. Today 2 & 8:30 P.M, 
Wind” were on a continuous) soxyo, Sept. 12 W@—The with the great-| Pe home of Jo and Art Napoleon, which Herbert Bayard Swope : By Popular Demand! 


artist , . PHONE RESERVATIONS 
nonintermission or ‘ood Japanese coast guard today ae pet in our producers for United Art-is producing. Bob told me that ACCEPTED ME. 86-4425 WED., SEPT. 26, 8:30 P.M. 
mount decided to follow ani it bes found Sve on dix =~: yy bs ists. It’s the best part I've had J©88¢, James bears little resem- RESER" EO SEATS NOW OM SAL | IN CONSTITUTION HALL 
' ¢ as (Seme seats ore still ovetiabte fer 


TAYE 


, Sait 
custom rather than es: 09 empty life rafts believed to be star. Z in a long time.” pee igh Dy BG tee potare oat OROERS PHLED PROMPTLY te re oil orn 
show policy at TOREEVOR SEN, m a United States BSO| “One partic. ~ | | Mala left early to rehearse) “We have CinemaScope now. CHARGE IT—we Honor All Melor Prices: Orch. 63.55. S120 06. 
upped prices and folderol of 


| . “Ohl weather plane that disap- ular film I be-) for a TV show, “Lincoln Versus and- a much more detailed} *"\/"",""S ip cuasct acnba 4 1 sais G@etnnd octansee. aeaee ae. 
such epics as Cinerama, “Okla-|.s:e4 with 16 men aboard lieve to be the 4...,. Douglas,” which she is doing**°ry.” he said. . ; Stone OnDers “A cP tEp 
N 


" ivier’ Sere usical beat of Air Conditioned U ) 
homa!” and Olivier’s Shake-\ nije tracking typhoon Emma hs contary ‘¢ "The Trio,” fea- for Norman Corwin. Pleasant| meesehonsl i225 2100) WA RNER 1h ae et ‘ simptge oo na 2 gy 
oo sorties. ‘Monday. ‘turing Jascha Heifetz, Gregor "¢ws that Mala’s health is $0) a4 f— didi _ia BUA , ties a aa a a 


mile-long epics. “The Ten Com-ighimane prefecture said the > asl “As you ing and her marriage to Realtor’ Mott 
mandments” will run foyr rafts were found in the Japan 8 Peon ns . otter Monte Vanton is so happy. CAPITOL (9 
hours and its Keith's rum im Seg last night. Their position|s.dience fortunate enough to| ON A DULL Saturday, I took ne chair 
November will be on @ Twas 125 miles east of North hear and see these artists in time off to have luncheon with . “BUS STOP & | 
served-seat, twoaday Dasis-\cores and 160 miles south of r 1, Robert Wagner at Romanoff's. MARILYN A RIOTI’ 5 

“Giant.” which will be ex- Nedivestok. Russie concert halls. Now millions all I don’t know when I've had so > ancl, Ceninatie, Baas | +h 
pounding on Texas for three|"" : ‘ over the world will see, hear ) ' x 
hours and 15 minutes, probably; United States aircraft and and get close-up views of them - § a peerere 
will adopt the “grind” policy.'\Japanese surface vessels con- in intimate setting. CURIOUS A -OUT : | & 

“Around the World in Eighty tinued to search today for sur-| “But this is only the begin- YOURSELF? | 
Days” will be “road shown.” ~—vivors or wreckage ning of the Mills Company's ac- 

While managements will be , tivities,” he said. “We also plan. SCHOOL OF LIFE 
urging audiences to “come to assemble an array of the 
when you can,” at least one re- A mmnestw Offer greatest stars of the ballet| 5 Free Evening Classes 
viewer will be urging what y world.” | Phone ADams 2-6296 


Lewis Carroll's Red Queen ad- . ; 
vised: “Begin at the beginning, Ends in Cyprus AT DEBBIE REYNOLDS | 


go through to the end, then | baby shower, Maja Powers, 
stop. | NICOSIA, Sept. 12—A > 

. weekold British offer of am- 
Rg a eeeece Seana nesty to Cypriot terrorists ex- 
liance between the schools _ — Soe with no known 
entertainment managers. For - — EE ais 
the Better Things, to be sure. | The EOKA terrorist organ- | | 


Zooming to almost twice ization, which leads the Cy . | | ALACE ~ 


what it was last year is the stu- 2 gy oll RE a. 


dent top-balcony series of the 
‘Theater Guild. This rate of /S**, Bight declaring that none 


nine plays for $8.95 has caught = ee ae Pen (- , Bing CROSBY 


a lot of patrons for the Nation-|1,. Governor Field Marshal Gr ace KELLY 


al’s and Shubert’s top balconies. 3 
It’s the second year for the se- Sir John Harding. M. ¥. Ave. at l4th S$. 


| As the amnesty offer rap out “ Air-Conditioned. Open 12 Neon. ST. 3-4777 K 
ries and a smart look to the gunmen ambushed two mili-_” —- | F ran SINATRA 


future. For here are future au-);, gp BL ARCONDNONED THEATRES 
tary trucks last night, wound- : 
diences which will have caught 
the theater-going habit young. peeiscshy soldiers, two of them Go Fe la TL AP” ye 
Moré about this from Bess) ‘ 
Davis Schreiner at the Raleigh | 
Hotel (District 7-2433), where ' 
she'll attemvt to avoid recom-| begins , Technicolor §=VISTAVISION 
mending “Cat on a Hot Tin : Al. 14.00. 1.09, 3.15, 5:20, 7.20, 9.43 
Roof” for 19 who wouldn't | 1. mu OPEN 10 30 
get it anyway. YARTS tarY Slag LUSY POR LF 
The National Symphony’s stu-| Nene oN TS 
dent series—15 concerts for’ 
nine ag Wak aay the Tues-| ge 11() <a) 
day and Wednesday night pro- ) ~ ) ae 
grams will keep reservations | oie Jif \ hil) LOR | | lac (i thier 
open until Oct. 15. But there’ll| i Ala HINGS __MechRTHUR BLYD. of 48m St. 
only be 1300 of these, a few) " “mews \ | 


. 


more than last year’s 1926. 


‘ : 
—— 


TYRONE POWE 


METROPOLITAN 


[Eat 10th = Open Tham - Me 7-512 


econ [SEF IT AT YOUR FAVORITE NEIGHBORHOOD THEATRE...  ODAY 


HIT BY THE MAKER 


oanenesVICTORIA SHAW | 
CwrenmeScowd 


ce meee TECH cKRee 


TRANS-LUX mnie am 3 


AI?.-CONDITIONED DL i-1600 8 


EASTERN Zrousion to Batiinore am UJ ' ) ,  TECHNICOLOR 


& 
with Confidence see wife || JEFF CHANDLER » GEORGE NADER WEA) JULIE ADAMS - LEX-BARKER 


ae, Starts To Cent.) T 
— | ody f } Tomorrow (Cent.) Sundey, Sept. 16 


7 P o 
Richmond ka in 4 | min. ww i? * ABC Drive-in, Oxon Hill, Md., Sept, 13-15 , PALMER Drive-in, George Polmer Hwy., 
: ——————_____—_——— ANACOSTIA, Wash., D. C....Sept. 13-15 Sept, 14-17 | viens MILL, Viers Mill, Md... Sepe. 16-18 


; SHERIDAN, Wash., D. C.... Sept. 14-17 
Charleston, W. Va. 86 min. 9 AM — SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH — COAYERT, Wem. 0. ea este ae TIVOLI, Wosh., D, C........Sept. 14-17 Sterts Tuesday, Sept. 18 
on the §. S. Mount Vernon | a we aa : UPTOWN, Wash.) D. C......Sepe. 14-17 

RALEIGH- 77 tie . O. 


13-15 
D ee ae HYATTSVILLE, ‘Hyottsville, Md., 
DURHAM « © @ @ « lace tnd eee 6 he 13-15 Starts Saturdey; Sept. 15 | Baer ge 


. ment. Deliciovs Hee smooth waters of the Potomac WISER, Bethesds, Md........Sept. 13-20 : 
River and Chesa Bay. Scenic : SILVER, Silver Spring, Md... .Sepe. 15-19 | 
Huntington eee 98 min. Meals, Deck Gomes, . pombe nar os heragg 5 NAYLOR, Wosh., D, C.......Sept, 13-15 . Te , Starts Thursdey, Sept. 20 | 


Seoche; , : PENM, Wash., D. C......--..Sept. 13-1 Starts Sunday, Sept. 16 
FLY EASTERN’S FAMOUS marrage seen tM ee be cago Aco ga aOR wares Same NEWTON, Wash, D.C 
ABE, Worn, D. C......Sopt, 13- 1 0. C.rnn-Sept 16-18 | gogmupsiy, Greenbelt, Md...Sepe. 20-22 


SILVER FALCON 56.50 =" ps. AVALON, Wosh., D. C..... Sept, 16-18 
See nto * : . Starts Tomorrow ‘ SEVERLY, Woth., D. C..--._Sepe. 16-19 Storts Friduy, Sept. 21 
PHONE , ‘ 14-1 


APEX; Wath, D. C.-<2=----Sept. FLOWER, Tokome Pork, Md. Sepe. 21-22 
KAYWOOD, Mt. Rainier, Md., Sept, 14-17. ; 
“LANGLEY, Longley Pork, Md., dope. 14-18 HIGHLAND, Woth., D. C....Sept. 16-18 Sterts Sundey, Sept. 23 

| LUST'S Drive-in, Beltsville, Md, | HILLSIDE Drive-in, Hillside, Md., ROCKVILLE Drive-ls, Rockville, Md:, 
i: ‘ —* apt, 14617 : Sept. 16-18 Sepe. 23-25 


: 
“a 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
3° Thursday, September 13, 1956 


110-Mile Coal 
Pipeline Laid 


PITTSBURGH, Sept. (7? 


ttal production early next year. 


Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal|Construction has been under 


‘Co. today szid it has completed 
laying 1'3 miles of pipe be 
tween Cadiz and Eastlake. 
Ohio, for the world’s first com 
mercial pipeline transporta- 
tion of coa: 
Still to be 
three huge pumping 
that will ne approximately 35 
miles apirt. Test runs on coal 
shipments are expected to be 
made late this vear 
Pitt-Corsol has a contract to 
deliver 18 million tons of aoal 
through the pipeline to the 
Cleveland Electric Illuminat- 
g Co. over the next 15 years 
The stee] pipeline, with an 
inside diameter of 10 inches, 
was desigred to move coal at 
the rate ef 150 tons an hour 
The coil will be crushed and 
mixed witr water to form a 
slurry—about 50 per cent coal! 
and 50 per cent water—and 
pumped through the pipe 
Pitt-Conso! said it expects to 
have the pipeline in commer- 


spmpleted are 


——~- 
- 


Corning Lauds 
Supervisors of 
Safety Patrol 


District and nfunicipal lead- 
ers from nearby Maryland and 
Virginia Tuesday hailed the 32 
grea policemen who supervise 


18.700 members of the Schoo! Y) 


Safety Patrol. 

Superintendent 
Hobart M. Corning thanked 
the police coordinators for 
“setting a fine example fot 
youngsters,” adding: “Through 
your work, young people rec- 
Ognize that the policeman is 
their friend, that he’s there to 
help them.” 

Others who spoke briefly at 


of Schools 


stations ' 


way for nearly two years. 


The coal will be produced at 


the arm's Georgetown, Ohio, 
overation Earltv estimates were 


ithat construction would cost 


$10 million 

At the delivery point the coal 
will be dried and sent directly 
Mto boilere to be transformed 
into steam that will power 
Cleveland Electric’s genera 
tors 

PittConsol spent years 
periment:ng with the. pipe! 
before beg'’rning construction 
of the cominercial system. The 
first tesie were madé at the 
coal firms Library Pa., labora 
tory 

Later 1 :7,000-foot pilot line 
was built at Library. 

The corms.ercial line ‘is en- 
tirely within the state of Ohio 
and will not be subject to inter 
state rerculations However. 
Pitt-Conso has given some in 
dication that other lines may 
be built at a later date. 


ine 


iamed 


YMCA Aide N 


Roger E. Sutton has 
appointed assistant executive 
director in charge of member- 
ship and residence administra- 
tion of the Central Branch of 
the YMCA, 1736 G St. nw. Sut- 
ton was previously membership 
director of the Columbus, Ohio, 

MC 


been 


the Mayflower Hotel luncheon 
were Commissioner Robert E 
McLaughlin, Deputy Police 
Chief John J. Agnew and La 
verne Johnson, manager of the 
District division of the Amer- 
ican Automobile Association. 
which sponsors the Patrol. 


AND CAST YOUR 


lb allots |! for 


U. S. GOVERNMENT 7Spected 


Frying — 


_ the only hind 


sold at 


Peay 


et? Mhote 
LEORA L. CONNER 
» +. “they are just girls” 


- Crittenton 


Home Has 
New Director 


There is no one type of un 


married mother. 

They range in age from 13 to 
40 years; they may have abso- 
utely no education, and they: 
nay have been trained on the 
professional level 

“They are just girls 
anybody else,” says Mrs. 
L. Conner. new director of the 
Florence Crittenton Home and 
Hospital. 

A veteran of over 25 years in 
family social service work. 
Mrs. Conner feels dhe unwed 
mother has a nich better 
chance of recovering from her 
mistake today than she did a 
quarter of a century ago. 

Places like the Florence Crit- 
tenton Home and Hospital be- 
lieve in helping the unwed! 
mother-to-be to use her time 
constructively. Where such 
homes once were mere res> 


like 


Leora! 


Voter’s Guide 


(One of a series.) 


For the first time the New 


‘York state resident whose 
duties, occupation or business 
require him to be outside his 
jhome state may register by. 
‘mail for the November election. 
| Servicemen need not régis- 
iter. State-wide deadline for 
‘central registration is Sept. 20 
'Local’ registration closes Oct. 
13 It is permanent in all com 
munities under 5000 and 
ithroughout some counties. 

| Absentee voting is allowed. 
‘Deadline for returning ballots 
lis Nov. 6 for servicemen and 
|\Nov. 2 at 5 p. m. for all others. 
\New Yorkers will elect a United 


‘States Senator, 43 United States. 


\Representatives and 206 mem- 
bers to the State Legislature 
Fu“her information is avail 
able from Mrs. Clarence E 
Fisher, chairman, voters serv- 
ice, D. C. League of Women 
Voters, in the lobby of the Star 
Building, lith st. and Pen 
syivania ave. nw. (Telephone 
District 7-4510.) 


(Friday: Colorado) 


Danish Cross Wof 
By District Doctor 


King Frederik IX of Den- 
mark has conferred the Knight 
Cross of the Order of Denne- 
a on Dr. Harold Ww. Krogh, 

2 Hoban rd. nw., “in appre- 
dation of his scientific achieve- 
ments.” 

Dr. Krogh is a dentist spe- 
cializing in oral surgery. He 
‘is chief of the dental depart- 


b New York Al lows sz: 
Mail Registration 


| 


Notice Requested | 


Of Eye Donors 


The Eye-Bank for Sight Res- 
toration, Inc., has requested 
that persons wishing to donate 
their eyes to the National 
Eye Bank notify the bank of 
their intentions. 

It was pointed out that in 


nM many cases the Eye-Bank has 


not been notified until a will 
has been probated and that in 
many cases it is too late to use 
the eyes of the donor. 

Those wishing w donate 
their eyes may do so by notify- 
ing the Eye-Bank for Sight Res- 
‘toration, Inc., 210 East 64th st., 
New York 21, N. ¥. The Eye- 
Bank will send the proper 

rms. 


_ U. Names Parr Assistant Dean 


Jéhn Parr, & 


Georgetown Ghidiene nek oo 


to the school 


as assist- 
oreign 


»from 
tees his Ph.D. work at = viously he 
oa. of Fribourg in Switz-' government in the U 
jof Maryland overseas program. 


| 


Courses Begin Monday B= 


For Hearing Aid Users 


Two courses to train hearing- 
aid users in how best to use 


dences to pass the time, they, Ment at Episcopal Hospital and) these devices will be offered by 


now build up girls’ health,) 
teach them abilities which can 
get them future jobs, help 
them to gain the inner maturity 
they need to keep out of future 
trouble. 

Mrs. Conner comes to the 
Florence Crittenton Home from 
Memphis, Tenn., where she! 
served the past 25 years as 
executive director of Family 
Service. 


Today’s 
Events 


The following is a list of 
events scheduled for today. 
(Asterisks denote events open 
to the public.) 

CONVENTIONS 


Common wealth Life Insurance 
District fice Agency, ends . 
“he Shoreham 
MEETINGS 

<Je@erece Citizens Associates. , 
D meron st ndria 

“Capit tol Hill Sout ot Citizens 
seciation. & DP. m.. pe Junior Hi 

at bh end © sts 


Club board sapaltiic, 18 s. @.. 
ower 


Co., 
7 at 


Magazine 


International, 


LUNCHEONS 
Bu Rpoestasiane Committee, noon, 

Hotel en ge = ho 

' mal Sales Executives, 12:30 bp. m.. 

lene Sta: ler 

: Cc apit ol Hu 

ontinental 


ty rnd ust rial 
*vastitute. 


Chamber of Commerce Business| 
p 


Rel ati a, 9- Py Mayflower. 


wo PP RU. 


Mavfiow 
Amity “o a r SB, Mil the Willard. 


i 
| Rec! procity Club, 
| 
' nee Ee, "elu 


taken show, 


‘Overtones. - @-> 
oat uni 
*Mont gomery ‘Gounty Red Cr 
mouse Day.” 2-4 pp ope 
nm. Bas P wed wy. 
Bpring 


WRECKING 


BUILDINGS 


Located between 
22nd & 23rd and 
C&D Sts. N.W. 


Former State 
Department Offices 


BUILDING MATERIALS FOR SALE 


DRESSED FRAMING LUMBER, LIKE NEW 
OAK FLOORING, SELECT, EXCELLENT 


CONDITION, $50 M.B.F. 


2x4’s, 2x6’s, 2x8's, 2x10's, 2x12's 
SHEATHING, T & G, SUB FLOORING 


PLAIN & GLASS DOORS 


STEEL SASH, PROJECTED 52°x75” 16 lights 


PLUMBING FIXTURES 
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES 
BX CABLE, PANEL BOXES 


STEEL STEPS 


STEEL DOORS 


RADIATORS & PIPE 


BATTLESHIP 
REMOVABLE 
INSULATION 


MARBLE FLOOR TILE 


LINOLEUM 
STEEL OFFICE PARTITIONS 
BATS 


ASBESTOS SIDING 


MASONITE 


SHEETROCK 1 sq. ft. (DO IT YOURSELF) 


Salesmen on Premises Daily and Sunday 9 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. 
Closed Saturday Due to Holiday 


Hundreds of ITEMS SOLD AT BARGAIN Paices 


- GENERAL WRECKING CO. 


Phone ADams 2-6177 


_—<—: Paes 


Chairmen and Nationel 
Chairmen, 
Cc. Teachers 


S*p. m. he! 


. pane Coe 12:30 DBD. m.. 
bee Associa- 
12:30 
12. 15 p. m. the May- 


the 


2:30 
“Polk y Au. - 8 p. m.. Cardoza Cen- 
Banneker 


Hah 
(30-93-30 
Bilver 


formerly held the same position 
at George Washington Uni- 
versity Hospital. Dr. Krogh 
also was a professor of oral 
surgery at Georgetown Univer- 
sity and has lectured in Copen- 
hagen, 


the Washington Hearing So- 
ciety beginning Monday. 

Day classes begin Monday at 
2 p. m. and meet Monday and 
Friday at 1934 Calvert st. nw. 
Evening classes will be held on 
| Wednesdays, 


Say Seagqraw’ 


rSsSince 1857 the tradi 


tiouse of Seagram 


Make finerwhiskies 


nake them faste better.” T 


natis 


ear more people 


ad 


and be Sure 


$ ts TOMPANT, ROW YORE CITY, SLEMOED WHISKEY. THE STRAIGHT WHISKIES 1@ THIS PRODUCT aoe F TEARS OF MORE OLD. THIRTY.F0¥E PERCENT STEANGHT WIKIES, SIXTT-FHNE PERCEED 
sun ust Sus MRNA STUART Aes 0k us, 0 FARE SOON Was Yn THA vu rue Sunt Wass i TAK uw PH. 


: 


his — 


Morning... 


With Shirley Povich 


BROOKLYN, Sept. 12—As advertised, Don New- 
combe and Lew Burdette were the pitchers for the 
Dodgers and Braves this crucial afternoon, but the 
customers were short-changed, and without recourse. 


They had neglected to rea 
merely that the Messrs. Newcombe and Burdette would be 


the starting pitchers. 

Burdette didn’t last out the first 
inning, Newcombe didn’t last out the 
second, and what was supposed to 
be something of a pitching epic quick- 
ly dissolved into a blurred fade-out 
showing both big guys getting their 
large and respective ears pinned back. 

Newcombe and Burdette had time 
only for a bow, and a shower. In fact, 
Burdette wasn’t around long enough 
to work up enough saliva for the 
spitter the Rodger had accused him 
of throwing all season. Sometimes 
he moistened the ball with his lips, 
they had charged, sometimes he used 

POVICH the perspiration from his brow and 
forearms but that latter charge had to be dropped today be- 
cause he wasn’t around long enough to work up a. sweat, 
either. 

One of the batters Burdette was able to get out before 
getting himself out was Jackie Robinson. With Robinson up, 
it was a notable little tableau. Only the day before, the pair 
of them had pledged eternal friendship and shook hands on 
it. with Burdette saying he had intended no racial slur on 
Jackie in some previous remarks. 


SO. WITH JACKIE up in the first inning today Burdette 
brushed his newly pledged friend back with a wicked pitch 
that just missed Robinsons kneecap , gentleman in the 
press box said that if that was how Burdette treated his 
friend, he shuddered for the fellow’s enemies 

The Brooks gave Newcombe a 3-4 lead in the first inning 
and that was supposed to put the game in the bank for them 
because Big Newk has often won with fewer runs than 
that, especially when the need was desperate as it appeared 
to be today 

However, Newk was his own worst enémy beginning the 
second inning. He pitched seven straight balls, put Mathews 
“on base with a walk and on his eighth pitch he put Adcock 
on base with a single. Then he yielded the role of worst- 
enemy to Thomson and Briton. Thomson was hostile enough 
to single home one run and Bruton took over in the New- 
combe-enemy department by tripling home two more. 


IT WAS A NEWCOMBE change-of-pace that Thomson 
squibbed into right field for a single. And there were instant 
regrets by Newk who then and there resolved to let Sal 
Maglie do all the change-up pitching for the Dodgers. 
Maglie had showed everybody how the night before when he 
putied the string bn Ed Mathews so smartly that it almost 
amounted to recalling the p.ich. 

One of the umpires, Augie Donatelli, succeeded in stealing 
the show in the early innings. It was a close play at first 
base on Junior Gilliam’s grounder. And Donatelli made 
everybody happy at various times. First he gestured as if 
Gilliam was safe, then he went into a dance that smacked of 
interpretative choreography before it was translated into a 
decision in favor of the Braves. . 

The hasty exit of Newcombe fetched the Dodgers’ ace 
reliever, Clem Labine, onto the scene at.an inordinately early 
hour. Labine’s portal-to-portal pay customarily begins along 
about the seventh inning, but Mere he was, taking over in the 
second. Somewhat fagged by the sixth and seventh, he gave 
up home runs to Joe Adcock and Del Crandall. 


ADCOCK’S HOMER was. deserving of at least a mar- 
ginal note because it was the 13th he has hit against the 
Dodgers this season, tying Chicago Cub Hank Sauer’s record 
of most homers against one club in one year. So impatient 
was Adcock to get along with the business of tying Sauer’s 
record, established against the Pirates two years ago, that 
he whacked it on the first pitch. 


The frequency of Adcock’s homers against the Dodgers is | 


not so puzzling, however, in the view of this reporter. I do 
not even bother to ask Adcock about his uncommon affinity 


for Brooklyn pitching, but merely put it down as a way of | 


life for Mr. Adcock. 


I thought, too, that it was very interesting in the seventh | 


inning when Campanella smartly called for a pitch-out and 


nailed Felix Mantilla of the Braves who was trying to steal | 


‘second. Only thing about it is, you can't win ball games call- 


ing for pitch-outs and nailing runners when you're two runs | 
behind, like the Dodgers were. The best you can hope for is | 


less ignominy. 


Turns It Into 


the fine print which said | 


2 e 


* 
’ 


raves Halt Dodgers, 8-7, Again Lead by Game; 


asilio Stops Saxton in 


as ‘ “ y . ” 
7 ‘ “” ” 4 
a 


Bout Halted 


As Carmen | 


The Washington 


Times Berald 


ee 


tN 


’ 
BASEBALL 
FINANCIAL 
CLASSIFIED 


ports 


THURSDA 


Y, SEPTEMBER 13, 1956 


Ps: ieee a iil ae SB 
ne bo a Si: 
ier a ~ 

eo 


%, 


Bloody Rout 


' 
By Jack Hand | 


SYRACUSE, N. Y., Sept. 12 
#—Carmen Basilio split Jo | 
ny Saxton’s lip and raked his) 
body and head with wicked) 
punches tonight to recapture! 
the world welterweight title! 
tonight on a technical knock- 
out in 1:31 of the ninth round! 
of a bloody rout at War Me-| 
morial Auditorium. 

The craggyfaced, former’ 
Marine from nearby Canastota) 
knelt and blessed himself ih 
midring after referee Al Berl 
stopped the uneven struggle 
with Saxton careening along 
the ropes near a neutral cor- 
ner. 

Tears flowed from Carmen's 
eyes as he tasted ample re- 
venge for the loss of his title 
at Chicago last March 14 when 
he claimed he was “robbed.” 


One-Sided Bout 


It was a one-sided bout with 
Basilio dominating the action) 
as he drove the out-gunned Sax- 
ton from corner to corner. | 

All three officials had it 7-1 in| 
favor of Basilio after eight! 
rounds, each giving the second 
to the 26-year-old New Yorker.) 
The AP card also was 7-1. 

Basilio crumpled Saxton’s 
body with searing punches and 
shook him up as early as the! 
fourth. It was the Basilio of 
old, ever charging onward and 
shifting his fire from body to) 
head as the opening developed. 

A long right to the jaw stag-| 
gered Saxton at the l-minute 
mark of the ninth and he 
almost went down, grabbing 
weakly at the top strand of 
the ropes in glassy-eyed re- 
treat. Sensing the kill, the 29- 
year-old Basilio slammed Sax- 
ton into a neutral corner and 
rocked him with a hurricane 
of blows. | 


Encounters Another Storm 


When Saxton finally escaped 
from the onslaught, he ran 
head on into another furious 
storm as Basilio chased him. 
into the opposite neutral cor- 
ner. Saxton gave way and was 


waukee is tagged out by 


COSTS HIM $100—Bobby Thomson of Mil- 


Campanella of the Dodgers on an attempt- 
ed steal of home in the eighth inning of 


Associated Press Phote 
of yesterday's game at Ebbets Field. The 
bases were fall and two out when Thom- 
son broke for home on his own initiative. 
Manager Fred Haney fined Thomson $100. 


Catcher Roy 


Ninth, Regains Title 


To Giants, 8-0 
Cincy Loses, 
Falls Three 


Games Back 


By Whitney Martin 
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 @ 
The seventh place New York 
Giants’ exploded two home 
runs behind the crafty three 


hit shutout pitching of Johnny 
Dodgers, who marched into a Antonelli to defeat Cincinnati, 


tie for first place last night,,25 toqay and deal a heavy 
marched right back down the pow to the Redlegs’ pennant 
‘hill into second place today hopes. , 
prodded by the home run) ‘he joss put Cincinnati threg 
hitters of the Milwaukee full games off the torrid Ne 
Braves, Joe Adcock and Deli...) League pace with only 
(Crandall. 15 left to play. 

Jackie Brandt, substituting 


for the stellar Willie Mays in 
‘the Giants’ centerfield, opened 


Scilla 


Race at a Glance 
NATIONABA LEAGUES 
L 


a 


Le: 


GAMES TO _ PLA 
. 
‘ 


Eee : | 
Bruton’s Hit 
Wins Game; 
Adeoek Has | 


Home Run 


By Shirley Povich 
Stal Reporter 
BROOKLYN, Sept. 12—The 


For Theft Attempt 


BROOKLYN, Sept. 12 
After Bill Bruton singled 
home the winning run of the 
Braves’ 8-7 victory over the 
Dodgers in the eighth inning 
today, Bobby Thomson's , 
| — for more runs cost him 
, $100 


| Thomson, on third with the 

bases full and two out, tried 
to steal home on Brooklyn 
Pitcher Don Craig, and was 


@.B. 
Me ae 
Cinecinnatl 


Broeokiyn (15)—At mt 
Pittsbarch 3 ign 2. Pi awer ak 


eee ph ee 
Cincinnstt (15)—At ‘home i 


waukee |. St Lea 
lyn 2. Chicage 
| tisbursh 2. 


(6), 
*. ‘Paslode 
the dash without the counsel 
or consent of the third base 
coach, who was manager 
Fred Haney, who slapped 
fine on him. , 


the game with his 10th homer 
of the season and Daryl 
Spencer contributed an inside- 
'the-park four-bagger jn the 
SEE ce ; ifourth to score Bill White 
head of him. 

ding, too, by Bill Bruton of|* ; 

the Braves who knocked no ay es oe eee 
less than Don Newcombe out)-ojieq to the bleacher wall in 
of the box with a triple in the) 
second inning and singled’ 
home the winning run of an 


8-7 victory in the eighth. The Giants put the game on 


The hitters took over tod@y|ice with three runs in the fifi). 
in the frenzied National League Red Schoendienst bounced @ 
race, completely contemptuous'single off Ted Kluszewski’s 
of the reputations of Newcombe. glove. Jackie Brandt beat out 
and Lew Burdette, the starting|a hit down the third base line. 
pitchers. . When Bill White walked the 

They knocked Burdette out' bases were full, and that was 
‘in the first inning, Newcombe all for Joe Nuxhall, who was 
in the second, en route to a 25- replaced by Art Fowler. 
hit assault. Foster Castleman's single to 
| As late as the eighth inning, !eft scored Schoendienst and 
it was still anybody's ball game Brandt, and White scored from 


of the year. 


careening along the ropes in 
the direction of Basilio’s cor- 
ner when Referee Ber! stepped 
between them. 

The near-séllout crowd roared 
in delight as the local favorite 
finally achievéd his ambition of 
winning back the title he ldst' 


The Nats 
| Box Score 


| COnuve~we Cveed 


| WASHINGTON 
\Yost, rf ¥ 
) erzes. rif 
| Fiteserald. iv 
i/Rennels, 1b 


A 


e-cauvsseeeop 
ee-ese-cenm 


: 


8 


ye a ago on a hotly . . 
sputed decision at Chicago. Dp W 
Basilio was overcome cans etroit ins 
— and _— around the . 
ring throwing kisses to his loyal On iN ill b 
supporters as the impact of his e rew 
victory sunk in. . . 
Sexton, a jab and run artist M ff N h 
in most of his fights, chose to u in int 
go in close and try to punch 
with the slugging Basilio in the By Bob Addie 
very first round to the surprise Staff Reporter 
of the crowd. Referee Berl) DETROIT, Sept. 12 — The 
— gy break them in the Nats were outlucked today 
first round. mn 
| Early in the seventh, Carmen|\When the Detroit Tigers 
split the champ’s lip. Saxton|pushed over an unearned run 
See FIGHT, Page 36, Col. 6 (in the ninth inning to win a 3-2 
battle before 2911 spectators. 

The victory was Detroit's 
sixth straight while the Nats’ 
losing streak reached four. 

It had been a tense struggle 
until the ninth. Camilo Pas- 
cual, who had taken over from 
rookie Evelio in ‘the 
‘sixth, walked Earl Torgeson to 
open the ninth with the score 
tied, 2-2. 

Frank Bolling popped up but 
Charlie Lau’s infield hit sent 

¢ Torgeson to second. Reno Ber- 

“toia ran for Torgy. Wayne Be- 

2 lardi batted for Billy Hoeft and 

>| walked. Jim Brideweser ran for 

® Belardi. 

e| Harvey Kuenn sent a ground 
‘ball, to Harmon Killebrew 
® which could: have been a do 
@ ble play. Harmon let the ba 


Braves-Dodgers Box Score 


MILWAUKEE 


E BROOKLYN 


AB 
; Gilliam, % 


Socousuenseuved 
SSSSes=——--wesseop 
Ssssoe-—et~w~Kh~= 
eo) a or ee 
SSSSooe—eeunu- > 
cs-ses-s22>-S xen 


oe 


"or ALS 


oa 
an fer Jacksen in 
MILW ayses 
BROOKLYN ; ’ 
mOME Rt Ns—lan wgy’t > Crandall, SACK . 
PLA iiiam, Heese and es; ne oye and 

te i. 


3* 
re 

at 
ae 


s 
-) 
e 
5 
7 
Pa 
g 
= 
— 
z 
3 

eecetoe~ oe seer eKr uuu & 


eee~-o-eoun Oe ee ee ee & 

cocee~es eee ounel 
ece~eo~woeo ow Ow un n~e ~ 
ececscos ev orve--ek 


5 


ie 


Pidgeas: Bec 
(12-10) rs &-—~-Dixen, tell, 
ATTENDANCE —22.427. 


toia scored the winning run. 
Hoeft won his 18th of the 

iyear but it was a sloppy per- 

‘formance and he was helped 


: 43 
| sevescquenene’s ~| -wecsenvvesul 
: 
«| eceo~o-co~-ceo™” cse-ccoe~cose™ 
4 = 
ao! co~u~ouco~oo™ -| o--w -eounoew 


«| eesceo-co-ook 


oe 
a) 


| ceovsconmHueeo 
3! co~cvce~coeu> «| 


ae 
e 


a" 
Fe 


3 
L 


tches. 
Washington got 11 hits off 


Lopez turned in a nice job 
for a rookie. 


The 1956 Olympics ... 


i 


. we 
= \ eS vow Se * 


* play him for an error as Ber- 


] 
rete eee 


5 


Nats Lose on Error, 3-2 


) : : : 
| Majors Standings 


AMERICAN LEAGUE 
Pet. 


NATIONAL LEAGUE 
G.B. WwW. i. 
‘Milwaukee .. 84 


New York .. 
Cleveland .. 
Boston 


-604 
597 


29's 
31‘ New York 
44 


Chicago ... 55 83 .399 
YESTERDAY’S RESULTS 
Milwaukee, 8; Brooklyn, 7. 
New York, 8;. Cincinnati, 0. 
Chicago, 3; Pittsbyrgh, 0. 
(Only games scheduled.) 
TODAY'S GAMES 


YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 

Boston, 4; Chicago, 2. 

Detroit, 3; WASHINGTON, 2. 

Kansas City, 7; New York, 4. 

Cleveland, 2; Baltimore, 1. 
TODAY's GAMES 

Boston 3h Ceiase=Seewer (19-7) ve. 


me Fost at Hones City—Ferd (11- 


WASHINGTON $0 Pepeett—Saente (18- 
11) va. Forteck (12-22). 

Balttmere at Pieveland-—Jehnees (T+) 
10) we. Beere (16-9). 


at 
m (16-10) 


t) 
date Mever (7-8) 


Pet. G.B. 
-»- single to right that fetched in Sones 


7 


57 81 Al3 26% five Milwaukee 


ashes. ‘Worthinetes ‘(yin | 
er 


, _ 
J ewe 74, % Fittebaree | (ntens»—|AMOTS triple that gave New 


with 22,327 Brooklyn fans who third on Dusty Rhodes deep 
had seen the Dodgers tie the fly. Castleman, rounding sec- 
‘score with a three-run seventh,|0"4, couldn't get back to first 
fondly expecting it would bejane was doubled up. 

theits. And then disillusion-| The’ final two Giant runs 
Ro set in. came in the sixth when Spencer 


Roger Craig, the third of the|d0ubled, Don Hueller s 

‘five Brooklyn pitchers who uh. seori him, and Sehoendienst 

\timately saw action was the'singled, sending Mueller to 

losing pitcher, — third from where he scored on 

| Hank Aaron put the winning Brandt's deep fly. 

Tun on base with a single that) crvcmma 

‘led .off the eighth. Adcock! temsjaap “$ 

‘forced him, Thomson drew 4 pene ‘ 

walk and Bruton bashed a rib 3 
i 


| Rins'ops 

ithe run that broke the 7-7 tie.|Grem's.» 
| The winning pitcher was,/kccr> 
'qddly, Bob Buhl who had been) >-Ficed 
Hcked by the Dodgers the night 
before. He was the fourth of po2.2'>” 
itchers, tak-|*-/*5!'i.3» 2 0 0 0 
ing over in the seVenth, just in} Teteis 20 3249 poratate 34161 ia 
se - Panne ~ ae Me hte out for Acker in Sth. 
of the waukee e | 

Buhl, a Dodger baiter all) 
‘season, became the first pitcher;—— 
since 1908 to win as many as 7 
eight games from Brooklyn in RBi Brandt 
a single season. randt. 

The Newcombe-Burdette duel Rhodes. 
never got off the ground. Bur-jsewsti. 
dette was dispatched in thei 
first on four hits, in- 
cluding Snider’s double afd 


2 


C90 0000r 000 Com 
090-990 Or wuUevwands 
CORK COO OOOWO KP 


: 


ueller, 


See BRAVES, Page 37, Col. 4 


Yankees Lose 
To A’s, 7-4 


Shop Downtown Today 12 to 9 at Tth & K 14th & G; 9:30 te 9 at Neighborhood Stores 


a campus tradition with young men 


ie “| BLACK & WHITE SADDLE 


z 


ag 


: 
i 
a8 


PERS 
3 

- 
ii 
; 


a 
sence 


tae 
¥ 


COrr awe wd 


-OnNCO-OSO-DP 


wK eee eU SOU 


set 


apes 


¢ 


| Rage ye 
#4483 COMM. *SILVER 
MEXANORIA, 


with coral “pancake” 


rubber soles 


Half the fun of school is being 
dressed in the popular mode. And, 
the shoe that really knows its way 
around is our snappy BLACK & 
WHITE saddle style. It looks its 
best with casual slacks and shirts. 
Sizes 6to 13, AtoE. 

Also, Boys’ sizes 3 to 6, 8.95 


e* 
tie 


> 
7 2 th» 
OE eae 


— 
on? 
pe aed 


Ve 


So 
- 


QHE WASHINGTON POST 


ne Sullivan Pitches Bosox Past Chicago Into Third, 4 to 1 


-. i 


Goodman §|Boh Addie’s: Wynn Stops SimeI njuredin pretedt, Meee aes 


To West Coast 
Butler was tossing a baseball 


j ‘* . 
Griffith LONDON, Sept. 12 #—Dave! “I felt a pain when I began against a concrete wall when 


. Sime, Duke's record smashing)tg apply pressure at 60 yards,” the ball bounced off the wall, 
. , H J i Ori | yi |] kept out of PP i hit a bird and killed it, 
Denies Nats url, Jensen Column oo o VEIONCS, the United ‘States Qiympic|sime said. “It may be because) 
Trials by an injury, pulled up|Of the damp weather. I im. 


. | ‘VET AN 9 SPECIAL PURCHASE! 
ge * . = ne ; Sine CLEVELAND, Sept. 12 ® jame again. on his return to agine the best thing for me} S 
Plan Shift Hits Home! « DETROIT, Sept. 12—It occurs to me: Early Wynn pitched a seven: competition today and finished|to do now is to rest. I have 
That the sport of harness racing ts beginning to feel |hitter and clouted his firstsecond to West Germany’s|several years ahead of me.’ 100 2-Drawer Legal 


; jade : fislle inl , home run of the year to give yjanfred Germar in the 100-| The Duke University sprinter] 9"¢ Letfer- Size 
Calvin R. Griffith, president a. Red Box busted the Chi the growing pains of commercialism . . . Out here iM |the Cleveland Indians a 2-1\meter dash in an International|withdrew from the 200-meter|| Weed File Cabinets 


of the Nats, made another cago White Sax trom third Detroit, the racing commission uncovered the second victory over the Baltimore track and field meet ‘dash and said he would have ‘ (=) a 


ight. gem needed 5 le ini " » 
strong denial yesterday that ~ scandal in three vears. |Orioles tonig Germar, 21-year-old. student his injury examined and hoped 
he’s contemplating moving the vee Ing: A st me aor : |help a Se Bane som _ who is considered Europe’s|to be in shape for a meet at 
ball club from Washington eagoans for the 14th dime in 21 ee TONY Mossi, who came in “With the fastest sprinter, was clocked Glasgow on Saturday. 

“We're going to be here next as at Thee pe! ver the: That Detroit has two fellows of the same name in two |bases loaded and one out and in 10.5 seconds. Sime in 10.7.. “Germar is a good runner 
year,” Griffith said. “I haven'th. » has game in the stand major sports, just as Washington now retired ne eet Swe Batters. Sime, holder of the world rec- but I think Bob Morrow of the 
intimated anything about mov ings has Tom Runnels, a Redskin back, | . re is AnH 4 ord at 220 yards, pulled a mus- United States will win the 
ing to anybody. On my recent) Prank Sullé@van. towering ’ and Pete Runnels, the Nats’ infielder | | will iuame.cd) *) +2 cle in his groin and was limp- Olympics,” Sime said. 
trip west, the only purpose I righthander who had been ; ..» The Detroit namesakes are Yale ia 
had in mind was to look foriinocked out in four previous aa | Lary, halfback for the Detroit Lions, 


ballplayers.”’ tarte again : 

1s s against the White Sox, itcher for the De- 
Asked if he could extend his held them to five hits and one ’ ~ pie Lary, oP Runnels 
remarks to 1958 and 1959, Grif unearned run for his 13th vie- troit tigers... Like Aen 
fith said: “We don't look that tory. His mates supported him boys, the Larys are not related... 


4 ye take one day with an il-hit attack against . However, both Yale and Frank are 
Beg Jack Harshman featuring the same height and the same weight 

nee by a ape me : ~' Jensen's homer came in the , s 25. | . EUG 11 | Totals 

ey \rieve, sports editor of the eighth with the bases empty = han { th, ; 

San Francisco Examiner ity Goodman. Red sage That facts can often be distorted or |,,0Cste¢ out on strikes for Brown in | 
In part, Grieve wrote: “The 


ond baseman, suffered a ; molded to fit a situation For in _tAgnounced aden fy, a 
he gg by that os R. strained tendon in his right stance, a Detroit writer makes much (|'*3'h. . out for Causey tm 9th 
et recent Y spent knee in the first inning and will of the fact that the Washington home |j,iince 100 
two weeks in San Francisco and pe jost to the club for a week Addie ill be | hi be- | Sterstene £00 O11 Woe 
Los Angeles conducting his ARES attendance wi @ tow this year be ~ Williams, : 
own personal survey, is waiting “amicus a ,s cause the fence has been “brought in 50 feet”... The infer- gmith. & el Werts, Ny 2h 
only for the curtain to drop on S.o78"-s i Pox 3b 30 S$) 2° ence is that the Washington fans don’t like the many homers Car rect 6 y 
aB.88 1} 3 Doby.cf 0 ar or elevelans ett ; 
Lop Rivera.rf 1 won 80 Brown | r 
Ney.) : ‘ ‘ i . fynn &. i i. HOD? ; , 
no " -ER— Bre _2- 4 | 


7 
> 


200 1-Drewer heevy duty steel 


tal TRANSFER FILES with 
+ © ing as he crossed the finish| Klaus Richtzenhain of East callen Genta, ” 


: Tine Germany held off a final lap 17 
it was a similar injury which attack by Britain's Gordoo $1.75 ea. 

kept the Duke flash out of the Pirie to win the 1500 meters Pree Delivery & Parking 

Olympie Trials after a sensa-‘in 3:43. The world record for] Manhattan Office Eqpt. Co. 

tional winter and spring sea-\the distance is 3:40.6, held by. 639 New York Ave. N.W. 

son : Istvan Rozsavolgy of Hungary. 


- 
o 


~~ 
~ 


OW Oe 


0 
; 
; 
; 
; 
: 
0 


SOOONMOCOCOewooOoOor:-c 
_ ar - *] 


’ 


97 $27 7) 


chido hae og op oe 3 in Griffith Stadium this year ... In the first place, the Nats 
s cl o California 120 
next year ‘ 


“It is said that Commissioner Pems!ct 


weeene”™--eevos 
Qu oO te oS 


Ford Frick is familiar with Whitee 
Griffith's plans and is quietly °’"™” 


6 already have exceeded last year’s attendance, when there : 

was no shortened area Secondly, at no point was the f° D'*is* %52 Bro 

9, fence brought in more than 30 feet 0-0, wrnn i}, Mossi 0-0 _ Sap bal 

inder » 0 _--- 

preparing the ground for swift, rots ssji3)8 | ; That the real geason for Rocky Marciano’s retirement is to @)gg eR WR 
a ITN seepage we pe SPriee 2 for Hess fe Sth get out of his contract with Al Weill, despite the champion's | 
Angéles because $5 million iSi Bpgton | sai oo waa SCOOP” in the Saturday Evening Post (running his life story) N Sabota e > a ° 
available here for immediate see ... 000 100 000—1 that he has quit for good . . . Rumors persist in New York. 0 £ 9 | 


" rian, Certain. Sallivan. ‘Seopen | dli ith boxi le with a view 4 
construction of a stadium. that Marciano is huddling w xing people a Wy 


ullive Jense 7 
Here yesterday, Griffith ad- lersal iiems. t year. Ss K 
mitted talking A Prick “in We hijie nt is Williga to fighting again next y ays aiser | 5 h te { S tch! 
Phill Bos- , ’ > 
the American League realign- aie Spee et Emripes S| THAT THE BRAVEST guys in the wortd are those mags | Industrialist Edgar F. Kaiser) ‘ = enjoy t e grea ‘ ” 


New York last week. BR laut 
a ly pick the top 20 football teams | day a stem-to-| 

ment committee and was ask- Has oh . zine specialists who not only p said here yesterday 

ing the Commissioper hi "2 a: - an for the coming year but also go so far as to pick an All- |stern check had failed to un- it 
views,” Griffith said. < . plane erty. “ier Ra” sumone’ pice! America before a player is even eligible . .. Look Magazine |cover any proof of attempted | JOHNNIE WALKER, of course. Superb flavour. +e 

et even picked the probable sabotage on his big hydroplane, | al 
’ ae ——————— Ts, | wins and losses, including Hawaii Kai III. ; wholehearted mellowness eee natur 
‘ties... How clear can a Lou Fageol, a speedboat driv- . 


crystal ball be? er and inspector, said in De - lightness. Distilled and bottled in 
troit yesterday an effort had 


SE Ms eA) Cod That the Pacitle: Coast SSK miper with or ruin” Ka | Scotland. Red Label, Black Label 


Conference ruling is & MaSs~iser's craft before it left | ... both 86.8 proof. 
terpiece of weaseling out of Detroit 


f y a situation . .. All college Hawaii Kai had w-¢'" the . 
Gold Cup Regatta at Vetroit ; - 
football seniors out there lover the Labor Day weekend | . B 1820 
are limited to half the sched- | rhe 30-f00t hydroplane is here orn eee 
ule, or five games, because /for President's Cup competi- : : 
of the récent scandal on sub- on Saturday and Sunday on still going strong 
“ the Potomac. : , 
: | Sidization and grants under | Kaiser, of Oakland, Calif. Si 
the table" .. . Either the isaid in a statement issued from 
athletes are guilty or inno (his Washington office that 
cent... If they're allowed |masking tape was found stuffed) Ae 


to play at all, it’s an admis- lin the boat's fuel tank vents 


but added: s 
guilty, but, on the other |.” OHN N | E ALKER 
This could have hiehintnt| 
Fag ee BOYS! and,’ being restricted |when, the hull was being re-| 
7 


hand, being how sear | aired in Detroit after it had) 


, t its shaft and propeller, | } 
Si ates i oe oa innocent, either. [at tee ety ee peepee, Blended Scotch Whisky 
BASKETBALL SHORTS, finest satins in assorted or ee ad ‘quit ossible that someo . 

2-tone school colors ..:... gaa ange * |. That it's about time to taped the a to prevent ron Sole Importer: Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Inc., New York, N.Y. 

revive the plan to mix the |ojine from running out of the i 

TEE SHIRTS, white cotton, quarter sleeve ‘ - two major leagues in regular tanks and neglected to remove| 
ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS, famous “BIKE” quality play during a season... It's it prior to test runs.” 
SWEAT SHIRTS, orey pullover, fleece lined. Boys’ sizes Bc the only thing which would | 


' 


Men's siz@@. «4. - sustain interest in cities | 


_ where the home club is hope- 
SWEAT-PANTS, grey, ankle length, fleece lined ' tion 
BASKETBALL SHOES, Hi-TOP BLACK or WHITE. ee SC 


Bey heavy molded soles . . .. 2,88 and 3.88 That summer is over when 


) , “ | you see kids at trainside 
SWEAT SOX, ge a aoe : | throwing footballs instead 
eagles. Cob gad. as of baseballs and when there 
GYM BAGS, canvas carry-all bags, waterproof and nomy ....1,19 | are more adults than kids at 
AWARD SWEATERS, al!-wool coat sweaters 4.95 to 14.95 afternoon baseball games. 
CAMPUS COATS AND JACKETS, al! wools 4 | — 
corduroys 4.95 to 15.00 THAT THE NATS would 
be wise to keep Camilo Pas- | 
cual from playing winter 
ball... Pascual was brilliant 
in the spring and then tired | | 
| . He says so himself. 


That the Yankees recently 
revealed Phil Rizzuto was 
paid $342,631 in salary and 
GYM SPORT BLOUSES, white bruadcloth, button-down model —— Series “ee 4 in his 

iit. ) . ong career and yet owners 

GYM SHORTS, navy biue twill with built-in bloomer ..........-1, alweve are reluctant te eA. 
GYM SUITS, regulation |-piece suit with elastic bloomer leg .,....1.9 _ mit what they pay ballplay- 
GYM SUITS, regulation one-piece suit with attached, pleated skirt ers... The Yanks revealed 
and built-in elastic bloomer . s | Rizzuto’s figures in an at- 

SWEAT SHIRTS, grey pullover, fleece lined coves Va ; | tempt to halt the unfavorable 


ot criticism over the Scooter’s 
GYM SHOES, low white oxfords with non-skid rubber soles .......-1.89 * release. 


GYM SHOES, Hi-top white style with non-skid rubber soles ...... 


SWEAT SOX, white athletic socks for all sports ...... e: ans ir eae Ge 
GYM BAGS, canvas carry-all bags, waterproof and roomy si a Se Stengel is moaning because 


AWARD SWEATERS, all-wool coat sweaters ...........4,95 te 14.95 a he claimed Chuck Stobbs on 


wai N 2 
CAMPUS COATS AND JACKETS. all wools & corduroys ..4,95 te 15.00 ; a... The Yan ie 


did put in a claim for Stobbs 


(pak ae a Pot ee Sey who was put on waivers with | | 
PSST pink SKATES [7 Bl ct coe mies | 


order to sneak b 
Reg. 5.95 Men's & Women's y a man who 


.88 . t | 7 ngs se so x cel | 
BOWLING SHOES: Ba’ a Ying SX Pert 


+ - 


. at = Ss =" a > a, 
. - eo } “ ste ® _ 
. ek 


5 —— 
~~ : 2 i : 
2 a SR Se 


s 
x 
AN, 


was on the waiver list and 

| so was Mickey Mantle but | 

T lity 1956 | : 
‘top genes. Sizes 4 "ts i everybody knew it would | 
12 for men; 3 to 10 for Lc have been foolish to claim 


wemen: 13 te 3 fer % Ye 
children. 1 the stars. 


[ me 


ne I Cube’ Jones 
(OFFICIAL SCHOOL a a 
Award Sweaters 8 Blanks Bues reas 
| | __ PITTSBURGH, Sept. 12 # © v 
| | Sad Sam Jones pitched a neat; = ‘ 
Fine all wool sweaters in all 4 | four-hitter tonight in leading 
_—r including white. Boy's - | the last-place Chicago Cubs to 
and girl's sizes, 36 to 46. — | a 30 shutout over the Pitts- 
ee fia eet rca burgh Piratés. Walt Moryn 
a blasted a leadoff homer in the! 
Genuine Leather seventh against starter Vernon 
Law to insure the victory. 


, The victory gave Chicago a 
SHOES | lit in their last series with 


i i i i i i i i i 


hae 


j 
j 
} 
} 
; 
, 
} 
; 
} 
, 
} 
; 
; 
; 
} 
; 
; 
; 
} 
; 
; 
; 
; 
} 
; 
} 
; 
; 
; 
; 
; 
; 
; 
; 
; 


: 
gg (a ka dg hh, Dh ete eds 


= -— -— - -—— = - = - - - - - - - - - - - 


For peak performance drive'in at any one of the big new 
red-and-white signs that say “FLYING A” service... there are more and 
more going up! Fill your tank with cleaner-burning, power-packed 
“FLYING A” ETHYL gasoline. Team it with VEEDOL 10-30 Motor Oil- 


Ward Wins in Comeback as Name Players Topple in Amateur 


Venturi, 
Chapman, 
Patton Lose 


By Will Grimsley 


LAKE FOREST, Ill., Sept 12 


(p—Defending champion Ha 
vie Ward Jr.. 


the last three holes in a st 


r 


birdied two of 


iT 
: 


ring comeback today to beat 


Collegian Frank Boynton 
Orlando, Fila. l-up, and su 
vived a cascade of upsets } 
the National Amateur 
championship 


of 


r 
n 


golf 


The San Francisco automo- 


bile salesman, 


three down at 


one stage, sank a 15foot putt 


on the 16th hole to square th 
match, laid a tee shot a fo 
and a half from the pin on th 


(a 
yf 
i 


190-yard 17th to go one up and 


then halved the 18th in par 
Ward and two other men 
bers of amateur golf's elite 


} 


1949 champion Charlie Coe of 


Oklahoma City and Bill Cam 


, 


bell. Walker Cup captain from 


Huntington, W. Va.—were th 
big name survivors as the fie! 
was reduced to 16 


ce 


d 


Cut down in a wave of revert 


gals were redhot favorite Ke 


ry 
st 


Venturi of San Francisco, for 
mer champions Dick Chapman 


D. C..s McFerren, 
Chandler, Ousted 


LAKE FOREST, Ill... Sept 


12—The last two Washington 


area golfers in the National 


| 


(‘One im 4 series on area 
high school football teams.) 


By Jerry Davis 
Rtaf Reporter 


CARDOZO HIGH, defend- 


ing Interhigh League titlist 
and city cochamipion, has a 
long, rocky road to travel to 
achieve the lofty goais -it 
reached a year ago 

The Clerks beat out Wilson 
for the West Division crown, 
defeated East Division wm- 
ner Spingarn for the league 
title and tied Gonzaga, 6-6, in 
the city championship game. 

Only six lettermen from 
that squad still remain on 
Coach Sal Hall's rostef, while 
15 monogram winners have 
graduated. 


QUARTERBACK ‘Tom 
Stephens, a good passer, and 
hard-running fullback Norris 
Little are left-over backs. 
Francis Daniels and William 
Pinkney are leading replace- 
ment candidates for Dave 
Harris and Louis Nero, last 
season's halfbacks 

End Al Dutch, guard Ru- 
dolph Simpkins and tackle 
Glascoe Johnson are the 
other holdover iinemen 

Wilson again is expected to 
give Cardozo a battle for 
division honors with six vet 
eran linemen returning to 
give ie Tigers 


| area's 


one of the | 


strongest schoolboy 
lines. 
Tackles Graham Lacy and 


Neil Norman, guards Dick 


| Tash and Matt Tobriner, cen- 


fer Mike Glaser and end 
Chris Stanat give Coach Pete 
Labukas an exceptional for- 
ward wall. 


ONLY 190-pound junior 
fullback Duff Greene was a 
backfield regular in 1955. The 
rest of the starting backs, 
including sparkplug Lew 
Luce, are among the missing. 
Halfback Kaculis and quar- 
terback Dave Edington saw 
some action last sé@ason. 

Coach Jesse Chase lost 18 
letter winners, including his 
entire first string line, at 
Dunbar High but his team 


-cant be counted out of the 


race by any means. 
Fullback William Cole, 
failback Robert Gray and 


| wing. back Francis Hatchett 


are lettermen and will carry 
the brunt of offensive load 

Ends Richard Deadwyler 
and Ernest House and tackle 
Ed Corley are the only held- 
overs on the forward wall. 

IF COACH FRED Mulvey 
can plug up some gaps at the 
guard positions, his Western 
High club could wind up ‘in 
the thick of the pennant bat- 
tle 

Mulvey has no starjers re- 


turning, but nine lettermen ~ 


are Dack, all of them seniors. 
Linemen are ends Ralph Neal 
and Walter Vernelson, tackles 
Bill King and Eric Drew and 
center Tom Keys. 

Speros Loukas is back at 
quarterback, Dave Fouquet 
and John Papanicolas at half 
backs and captain Bob Wool- 
ridge at fullback. 


ROOSEVELT has just four 
experienced . players coming 


back and Coach Joey Kauff-* 


man hopes ‘to turn some 
Junior varsity graduates into 
replacements for the 18 let- 
termen he lost 

Fullback Monte Lambert, 


Wilson Has Veteran Line a 


Co-Champion Cardozo Faces Rough Going 


one of Roosevelt's top per- | 


formers last year, quarter- 
back Arthur Ugel, end Har- 
old Burke and guard Irving 
Zetlin are Kauffman’s only 
letter winners. 


COOLIDGE has some good 
material up from the junior 
varsity for Coach Gil Conn 
to mix in with eight numeral 
holders. 

Backs Ray Cooling, Dick 
Skinker, Tommy Moffatt and 
Wayne Shephard, guards 
Wes Wilson and Jith Marks 
and tackles John Scarlet and 
Martin Alloy are the boys 
who have been tested in var- 


| sity competition. 


End Lewis Morgan and 
guard Louis Summers are 
outstanding prospects from 
the jayvees. 


JIM ENGLAND figures his 
Bell Vocational team can do 
a little better than last fall 
but he has a big rebuilding 
job to do. , 

Only five Players, three of 
them backs, are returning. 
They are quarterback Rich- 
ard Cecil, halfbacks Quentin 


Tapscott and William Foote. 


and ends John Whiteman and 
Carl Ridenour. 


Finding capable boys for | 
the middie of the line is Eng- | 
i land’s main task. | 


- 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
| ore Thursday, September 13, 1956 35 


~ VACATION SPECIALS! 


BRAKES voc xiows.. 915.50 


Guaranteed 20,000 miles . . . (also riveted) 
3 ALIGN FRONT WHEELS ... $4.45 & $7.50 


MOTOR TUNE-UP, 6-cyl.......... $5.60 
Jie de $7.40 


MUFFLERS INSTALLED FREE °.. $7.00 up 
OPEN SAT. 7:45 AM.) &M. ST. OMY) 


Qa de’. _—OBRAKE, STEERING AND 
ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
1909 M St. NLW. ST. 3-2066 
611 Md. Ave. SW. ME. 86232 
at 6th and Independence Ave. 


, 


Call RE. 17-1234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash- 
ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


how Y ‘ 
is oe indicates Firs 


4 tne res. VO 
or Third line MARKET 


FIRST LINE 


miym grade 
Pee the 1956 


NON ZZ MARKET TIRE CO. 
ALL 4 STORES OPEN DA 


ficial tire 

ao me +, Sec 
n't take ® 
Tire CO. 
and 
the lowest 


x» 


tire 
official tire chart. 


4 


WASHINGTON’S LARGEST DISCOUNT TIRE CHAIN 
BETHESDA @ WASHINGTON @ ARLINGTON @ 


ALEX 


Amateur golf tourney bowed 
out today in the third rownd 
—Bob Chandler of Congres 
sional and Gerry Mcferren 
of Norbeck. 

Chandler lost to Sargio 
Fonanini, Waterloo, Iowa, 4 
and 2. McFerren was beaten 
by Jim Blair, Jefferson City, 
Mo., 4 and 3. 


oo -_ 


gz BOUGHT 
> BEFORE THE 
PRICE 


INCREASE 


Hit Parade 


Rate) 
AMERICAN LEAG 
Piaver and Cleh G AB 


Von Hess Meets | 
Scott Tonight 


>| Karl von Hess and the Great 
3! Scott meet in the feature bout 
© of the weekly wrestling card at 
el ag ; Capitol Arena tonight. The 
Me poured. Ne yt New York. 47; math will be a 1-hour, best-two- 
Ar ”- of-three falls affair. 
In other bouts Frenchie Roy 
meets Reds Lyons, Jackie Allen 
takes on Herb Larsen and 
Jerry Gordet meets Wally 
Lamb. The first bout starts at 
9 p. m. 
. 


(Paced on 375 at 


Ne Extre Cost 
; ‘We interest orem 
Carrying Gnare®>: 
dos - Cc redit 


lication Now: 
con OLiver 65200 


RUNNELS, WASH 
Vernon, Besten 
Jenern. Res on 
and Willie Turnesa: former 
British champion Bob Sweeny 
all beaten in the morning third 
round and Walker 

Don Cherry, Billy . 

and Dale Morey, 
afternoon fourth 1 

The tournament 
over largely by a bunch of! 
brash tollegians, headed by 
Purdue's Joe Campbell and the > 
University of Houston's Rex 
Baxter, and crazy-quilt collec 
tion of weekend golfers — 

Survivors included Ted *4cek, 
Gleichman, a 32-year-old cafe . 
Operator from Santa Barbara. 
Calif; Sargio Fontanini. 40 
year-old canned goods salesman 
from Des Moines: Neil Croon-| 
quist, who sells insurance in 
Minneapolis and Gerald Magee 
an automobile salesman in To 
ronto. 

The ‘list of collegians who 
bulled through included Ward 
Wettlaufer of Williamsville. 
N. Y., who. attends Hamilton 
Robert Shave of Willoughby 
Ohio, a Florida State sopho- 
more; and Ronald Wenzler of 
Memphis State, son of a Mem 
Pnis pro. 

Venturi, who had been made 
the prime championship favor- 
ite because of his outstanding 
showing in the Masters and 
National Open tournaments. 
lost a third round match to a 
fellow San Francisco club 
member, Robert Reos, 1 up 

Roos, 38-year-old operator of 
a chain of San Francisco shops 
was victim in the afternoon of 
Gleichman, who won 2 and 1 
when Roos’ putter failed him 

Gleichman’s fifth round op- 
ponent tomorrow is Wettlaufer. 
who breezed past James T. 
Blair Il! of Jefferson City, Mo.. 

and 5. 

Magee, a good-logking Ca- Dy > 
Madian turned up as the tour- ra 1 RN 
mament dark horse, erasing 3 gay 
Walker Cup star Don Cherry, afternoon 
3 and 2, to go against Croon- 
quist, who was 4 and 3 winner 
over Ralph Elistrom. 

Billy Joe Patton, missing 15 
fairways and three-putting two 
greens in typical Patton fash- 
jon, lost to Wenzler, a young 
Southerner with no nerves, 4 
and 2. 

Joe Campbell of Anderson, 
Ind., winner over Dr. Frank 
Taylor of Cucamonga, Calif. 
4 and 2, plays Coe, who turned 
back James McCoy of West 
Palm Beach,.Fla., 5 and 4 

The other Campbell, West 
Virginia's Walker Cup captain, 
who beat young Mason Ru 
dolph of Clarksville, Tenn., 2 
and 1, faces Fontanini, a rank 
outsider who erased the vet- 
eran Bob Cochran of Nor- 
mandy, Mo., 5 and 4 

Charlies (Chuck) Kocsis of 
Ann Arbor, Mich.. one of the 
state’s standout players, elim- 
inated Dale Morey of Indianap- 
olis, runnerup in 1953 to Gene 
Littler, 2and 1. He will play 

oung Shave,. who went 19 

oles to beat George Victor of 
Golf, IIL. 


Boat Directory 


BEAUTIFUL 1955 Reve! Craft 
raft 60 conversion 
ve SW 


BUY NOW BEFORE 
PRICE INCREASE 
TAKES EFFECT... 


In anticipation of the moler tire 
company & recen? increose on tre 
prices, Market Tire Co. bought 
1S CARLOADS of femews-brend 
tires. Despite thie price increase 
with meny other dealers, Morket 
Tiwe Co. will held the line on 
First Line end Premium Grede 
Tires AS LONG AS PRESENT 
STOCKS LASTI Suy new end 
sove!l 


SIEVERS “Ber Cushion Delus» 


TIRE AND Tyg 


7. 10x } 5 3 : - cF 
2.35/17.a8 1; 

7. -88 I 8.00, 

60%15'$34 45) 19 99 8.205) 3 


TAl © 
_ 7 fierra New Veork 90 
WASHINGTON. 9° 
NATIONAL LEAGUE 
Plaver and Club 
Laren. Milwa “kee 
V irden Pitteberch 


und 
was take | 


ee ee 


Rebinsen. Ciectanatt. 38: Adcock. Wal- 

waukee. 37: Kiessewskt. Cincinnati. 35 

5 Mathews. Milwaukee. 85. Mathews. Mil- 
wawker 5 

™\—Kieerewskt. Cie- 

t Leaks. 160; 


RUNS BATTED 
101: Mestel & 
Lepate. Philse- 
Miiwaekee, 8&8. 


Mathews. 


40.90 228 
Al 4 Stores ~ 


| 33 : 
Milwaakee 173 4 


ao 
RUNS —Saider ; detehia,. Sti 


100 LEVEL, FIRST LINE 
GRADE A FISK DELUXE orcs 


1}! AIRBORNE TIRES | 


including First-Line New, Heavy-Duty Buty! Tubes 


TIRE 88k 
and TUBE 330. 


List $30.10 
BLACKWALL | WHITEWALL 
“Pires Sie | Bist Price | Tire & Tube fi 


od ‘List Price | Sire & Tube 
@ 6.70x15 | 30.10 | 13.88/36.00 | 16.88 
@ 7.10x15 | 33.10 | 14.88)39.60 | 17.88 
© 7.60x15 | 36.20 | 16.88)43.50 | 19.88 
@ 8.00x15 | 4045 | 1888/4830 | 21.88 

ww RS : 

| 


NOW AVAILABLE aT 
AL 


4 
MARKET 
TIRE STORES 


A.M. to 6 P.M. 
Mon. thru Sat. 


WHEEL ALIGNMEN 
SPECIAL Na 


* includes sett ' VISUALIZER 
foe-in and toe-outl 'e  nas, Combed , 
end geometry! For 
» Studebakers, 
"54.56. ¥. 


For one of the thrills ) 
ofa lifetime coe ‘SR 
America’s most Ji 
beautiful half mile track 


“f/ 
\"a 
pick % 


winner 


finfh 


make a 
stay of it 


BRAKES 
RELINED 


 98c\"- 9 


n 
m Mon. thre Prt 
toa 


There's 0 treat in store for you .... when you 
travel through the colorful Appalachians for 8 
day at the rates .... at Cumberland Race Track 

_.. Amernca s most beautiful sethag for exciting 
halt.mule thoroughbred racing. 


EXCITING RACES DAILY 


POST TIME 2 P.M. D.5S.T. 
SEPTEMBER 12-25 INCL. 
DAILY-DOUBLE cover D48 a. 


a beoulltyl dive .. . 0 oe de Grey 
howed fus or 8 620. OF 


Pecial 
53.95 VALUE 


; | 41.90 |_ 50.05 | 22.88 
) © 6.40x15 | 2855 | 13.88 


34.10 | 16.88 
NOTE! 32.75 | 16.88 
All new tires at * > 


Market Tire Co. carry 


ean 

—2 —_ 
a beautiful 
trip 


5 


@ 6.00x16 | 27.40 |: 13.88) 3 is 
Guaranteed 2 Years, Mounted FREE! 


Guoranteed 
 Siasersate | Miles TIRE & TUBE 


© 12-Month Uncenditional Guarantee! § 
® These ere “CUSTOM” FULL RETREADS ... . 
S ‘made with First Line Grade A cold rubber .. . 
> mot recaps. Recappable exchange. 
&® Same Mileage Guarantee as New Tires! 
B® Same Tread Depth as New Tires! 
© Same Quality Material as New Tires! 


GOLD SEAL 


TIRE & TUBE 


or TUBELESS TIRE 


GUARANTEED 
6 FULL MONTHS 


AR ~All Sizes Are 
One Price 


TIRE AND TUBE 
OR TUBELESS 


6.00x16 | 7.10x15 
 6.40x15 | 7.60x15 

6.70x15  8.00x15 a 

6.50x16 | 8.20x15 sane} 90.10 |" 346-76 
gene na’ Il Melitta CAE cs ci 


FIRST LINE 
100 LEVEL 


TUBELESS 


TIRES 


LIFETIME GUARANTEE 


4 Stores : 
$1 120 LEVEL! 


ENGINEERS: | 
ARE YOU 
QUALIFIED ? 


RCA HAS THESE VARIED PROFESSIONAL 


Level 
Premium 
NYLON 


DOUBLE STRENGTH 


Whitewall 
TUBELESS 


: 4 7 . 


CUT et eaaae 
pa 


$ 
YARANTEED 3 YEAR 
OR 30,000 MILES 


6.70x15 List $59.85 


29°”* 
Tire 
Size 


| | 
95 
59.85 | 29.93 
70.05 | 37.95 
76.75 | 39.95 
8.00x15 | 82.50 | 45.60 
8.20x15 | 88.45 | 48.50 
Mounted FREE 


MISSILE ELECTRONICS 
Planning Installation of a Sie __ > = 
eee HM 7.Vox15 38.80 19-88) 46 70 Oe 
Field Testing gemme|«=7.60x15 | 42> 7 “197.88 
Test Equipment Requirements 8.00x1 3\4 7.40. 23 “ £ 
Logistics & Depot Planning MOUNTED rRee 

Technical Training 
Circyit Analysis & Qesign 
Preparation Single Line 
Functional Drawings 


6.40x15 
6.70x15 
7.10x15 
7.60x15 


56.55 


Chris Craf 


; feady 6 40. all nen 
14-ft 
trailer 


RACING 136 Hedrop ane & Tralier. 
$500. UN. 4-4239 aiter § om 


od. Pully equipped. $3 
5 es larger older boat. , 
20% DISCOUNT 
1956 BOATS 
1956 JOHNSON SEAHORSE 


Tlf you haven't the facilities for 3 > 2 i f ; p- i 


VALUE thru V 


ALL PRICES INCLUDE RECAPPABLE EXCHANGE 


ier’ 


i Fs 


to t i 
at & momina) charge of $4.50 
PATUXENT MARINE 
SUPPLY CO : 

S213 Baltimore Ave 
Hratteville. Md WA. 7 
Men ore Pri : 


DOWNTOWN SF 


Reconditioned Outboard 4718 


Or send complete resume to: 
Motors and Al! Boats at 
All 4 Stores No. 7-6300 
2004 14TH ST. NW. 
3241 MST. NW. 
WILSTON SHOPPING CENTER 


Employment Meneger, Dept. Y-356 
Ro Redio Corporation of Amories 
o v4 
EASTOVER SHOPPING CENTER 


838 N. Henry &., Alexendria, Ve. 
Meenehan's Hardware | 


c2 New Jersey Ave. at M St. 5.£. 
Li. 4-7034 6-208 


2 Mocks south of East-West Buy. 
end Wisconsin Ave. 


mg le ike ™ 


On Rie. 1 five minutes from 


Pentagos 
ga She ™ 


Betwces N.Y. & Montana, Agee 


Jom Bate fetta ttae = 


Opposite the Navy Yard 


RT ale eek ™ 


RCA SERVICE CO., INC. } 


+ , " 


See emn (Mrs. Noble Wins, Equals Kenwood Record, 74 
Ths For Better Fencing | | “y . : 
; Call HO. 9.3 620 Mrs. Allen Boxing, Wrestling Coach FIGHT from Page 33. should get about $75,000 sil atl within 90 days to get the 


io $37,500 ‘chance at the title. Palermo 


| Sam Barnes Named | eye Basilio had to agree to a re-jsaid he would hold him to it. 
LONG'S FENCE CO. LowGross |Howard Athletic Director Basilio FOSSSOSSSO> . 
” RESIDENTIAL & COMMERICAL 


SAM BARNES, a member of the coaching staff at Howard Wins TKO t ANY TABLE MODEL 


In Draw University as football line coach since 1946, has been named R ADIO ; 
Chait Link Fence director of athletics and head of the physical education ey lost his cunning end his | C 


department. 


By Maury Fitzgerald \ “9 Barnes has coached the Howard ea Sortie’ tor survival with REPAIRED 
FHA. TERMS 36 MONTHS TO PAY . ' wrestling and boxing teams and is 


' 
“No Job Too Small or Large” manager oe 4 credited with developing Olympic |‘¢ 04 apparent to all. | 


, Mrs. George Noble equaled light heavyweight boxing champion |,, Dt- Charles Heck of the New WHILE U-WAIT 
‘Kenwood Golf and Country : Norvel Lee. York State Athletic Commis- 5 PLUS PARTS 


A native of Oberlin, Ohio, Barnes |Sion examined Saxton after he) 
[Club's women’s Qourse scot | graduated from Oberlin College and [was stpegered in the eighth: 
yesterday with a 74 to be low | Referee Berl took things into 
\s 2 lettered in football and track during th Television 
partments of a Women's Dis & ~~ selected at end on the All-Ohio foot- (Cll @ halt. ~~ | 2414 14th St. N.W. NO, 7-3111 
‘trict Golf Association medal ; ball team in 1935. — | F —— — r tah ad FREE PARKING ACROSS STREET 
| ) “ He still holds the 100 and 220 |'08S uniicensed manager, p 
play handicap tournament for , tested at ringside that the ref- 
” 7 yard dash records at Oberlin. In the | ' 
the class A NBC trophy. | h ionshi h eree shouldn't have stopped it. 
RUSSELL SONNY WALLY BOB | i Ohio state championships, he ran \°".74 Seren Ghawid have let 
The host club champion was ee ™ | second to the great Jesse Owen. hi nie the deck like a je tome, 
‘out in 37 and back in the same P. Following his graduation in June, °™ ais aad 


P score to eaun] the mark she| Gina 1936, he became head football and /Pign should.” sald Falermo. | 
already holds jointly with Mrs.; ~ Barnes basketball coach at Livingstone |.) referee had no right to 
@ |} Betty P. Meckley and Mrs. E.: College, Salisbury, N. C. | | 


| ‘stop it.” 
N.E. HO. 2-3620 ||. Ferriday. | _ Barnes is married to the former Olga Lash-of Salisbury, 9? "11. seu to Saxton’s| 
2008 Rhode Island Ave. t 0 | Mrs. Noble, who decided to| N. C. The Barneses have two daughters, Michele, 8, and 145% pounds, had been the: 


re 1 ie ince | tooomeitake the more important net | Alexa, 6, and one son, Michale, 4. favorite all week but ringside 
trophy, used a 2-stroke handi- — — reports indicated Saxton had) 


| cap to finish with a netof 72. | tae oh e. ‘gone into the ring as the 7-0-5) 
DESIGNERS & TECHNICIANS ges a ‘ahem "Virginia| ud e Hears 1). ff Grou Suit potting choice. 
IMMEDIATE OPPORTUNITIES ag og oe by te J 5 P 


A near sellout crowd of 8546 
with champion, both had 75s but| NEW YORK, Sept. 12 ® jecting the Washington group, 


paid a gross gate of $134,939, 

Mrs. Allen’s name was drawn Federal Judge Sidney Sugar- bought the Balti franchi a ew Spee? +4 

Mrs. 8 ; r sy S 4 g e BDaitimore franchise rematch. An additiona 
SPERRY PIEDMONT COMPANY for first low gross. rs. Barry,'man reserved decision today for $27,000 and distributed the went into the pot from the 


the only player from the Wash-'on a motion of the National 
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA ington area entered in next/Basketball Association to dis- aon hotel Soaneer Bg gy Em — rg) EOE split . 
ings at ALL levels for DESIGNERS, TECHNI- | week's Women’s National Ama- miss a-$1 million antitrust suit WM SAUTO sTOt 


, oTV, Saxton : 
CLANS and DRAFTSMEN experienced in Electronic, |teur at Indianapolis, Ind., took filed against’ it by the Wash-|—— oo gels SS ES i 


Mechanical and Microwave Equipments.. Also“imme- iecareda Wachinalin’ "aien Secon — secmters: W | | 
diate opening for one a A agi es okies The Washington corporation GUARANTEED COMPLETE | ae 
3. . Mi, j ; ] d . 
LABORATORY ENGINEER Navy, celebrated her debut in ve An NBA it ‘cherens AUTO SERVICE 


Class A by finishing second net|.).+ the Association and its 


Attention! - ida os uaneaien 4 eight member teams conspired EXHAUST 


in : : ~~ 
THIS IS-A NEW DIVISION OF THE — | Ciass 3 unit chi tournament, (."rveuce G'the’Balumors A MOTOR OVERHAUL yy SYSTEMS 
SPERRY RAND CORPORATION for second but her 85—11—74 aaae which went bankrupt @ Transmission . 


in . 
won via the WDGA card match-| ked that © CLUTCH ND 
If you want... ing system. ithe case be dismissed on the fim |@ FRONT END . 
® The OPPORTUNITY for RAPID ADVANCE- | Mrs. Paul Streit, Chevy ® BODY WORK UP 


EN Chase. 79—5—74, was matched grounds that the Sherman anti- BUICK 195742; GHEY. 1097-58) 
MENT , 9— , 


trust law does not apply to pro- ® PAINTING FORD & MERC. 1942-56; GHAYS, & 
© JOB STABILITY that can enhance your CRE- into third place and Mrs. Roy)’. .<ional basketball in that it. equally 48 low 


1938-52; 4 
. anew’ Smalley, Belle Haven, 84—10— woe PLYM. 1942 PONT. 6 4&8 
—- ATIVE TALENTS 74. was dropped back into * Simiar to professional base- Bi Cyt. 


You can have these advantages, and more, by” grow- held was not - ee within FREE WHETHER YOUR ; 
ing with this new, dynamic division of the great the meaning of the law. CAR IS PAID 


ee Schuette Seeks — |p'C storey ior the main: | |ACARTODRIVE| | FOR OR NOT 1. 
Sperry Fiedmont ojjers... ’ . tiff, said that the N aske ; 3 
gts whi cantina ding eth ad te Olympics Berth |or'an initiation fee of $100,000 CAR IS IN OUR $1.75 tant umnecia 


40 hours of your 5-day work-week in ‘its brand and when the Washington cor- 


new, ultra-modern plant In Light Boats poration refused to pay that SHOP! weekly on everything sg 


" i ies Die sum, the Association boycotted 
The opportunity to work closely with ft rr | . ) ' 
organization's seasoned electronic and gyro- | * Washington's own Olympic He explained that in April,| Crees 6 Sree aie Se as Crty. V4 “58-5 
scopic engineers TAL. “Button” Ale Fores 11955, the Washington Basket-| th y 31 YEARS HERSON’S | PONTIAC 1958 
The optimum of Employ fits, h as: li Corporation had bought » vit 2 | 
Too ms . sD rccgy: “om By mPa Base, left yesterday for Lake — oe hg Bh os = 
Hospital and Life Insurance Plans; Tuition Sebago at Sloatsburg, N. Y., and assets of the Baltiniore R W 
Refund Program at the University of Virginia; to compete in the Olympic | Bullets fr $30,000 from a Mary-| 
ymouTw v-8 
tions . . . and there are others. 15-16. 3 receivership. The purchase, 0] 5) ae), 1 aa keer wale). meee 
® Gracious living in the Charlottesville area . . . A kayak representative on however, was subject to ap- 
: Helsinki, Schuette had ad- | Porter said that the NBA. re- 
Som Brn mn way Rnd ty s beautiful Biue vanced to the one-man racing : ) 


the team. 
Retirement Pension Plan, Surgical, the franchise, player contracts cre | Q-55 
Se PHONE DE. 2-4700 ) 
Relocation Allowances: Paid Holidays and Vaca- light boat trials on Sept. land State court which held the’ — 
so rich in tradition, and historically famed as the 1952 Olympic team in proval of the NBA, he sald. ee. Sree | 1-95 


canoe, the C-boat. Durin | 
Added uD, these things mean the BIG OPPORTUNITY practice for the coming trials VATS—From Page 33 | | nym. ¢o."*-.'"39 
to tind at the Sperry Piedmorit Company, A CAREER his time for the 1000 and ) 13] E L L 

COMPLETELY WORTHY OF YOUR FUTURE HOPES 10,000 meters have bettered 


: | Bee Con Aity Drive | 
AN® DESIRES _ those of the second place Tigers Defeat | TELEPHONE | 15°*5 


INTERVIEWS IN WASHINGTON, D. C. winners in this class during 


Schuette began his racing 
Phone NAftional 8-4420, Extension 401 * career eight ears ago with 


— 
| | ur Budget Plan!- 
Ask for Mr. Bortut or Mr. Petzholt the Potomac Boat Club, since |doubles but still couldn’t win. Has Career Opportunities for Buy Un : - 


| has “held national titles in |Detroit had the advantage of | COLLEGE GRADUATES 
Forward your resume te Mr. John F. Finn, Personnel Manager | three different events. In ‘six walks while Hoeft issued) 


| Washington's recent Presi- |only two passes and neither 

SPERRY PIEDMONT COMPANY [| éent's Cup Regatta, he won |one hurt him. Two of the walks ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 

“ : > _the junior one-man single |the Tigers received were Communications, Electronics, Power 

(Division of the. Sperry Rand Corporation) blade and placed second in |turned into runs. MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA the senior one-man single | The Nats had a chance in tlie 
; a blade. ‘first inning when Ed FitzGer- Mechanisms, Equipment Design 

calakidebeneamabe Pb aiine thins ‘ald wees - — out eve Theoretical Mechanics 
Pete unnels singled im 
along. But Sievers and Karl Ol- PHYSICISTS ' 
Shop Late Tonight! Washington Store, 12 Noon son oy”? -~ Tony + Electronics, Microwave, Solid State 

; ied got a single in the second in-| 
Until 9 P.M.; Langley Park, Md., 12:30 Until 9:30. ning which was wasted then'| MATHEMATICIANS 

the Nats really were frustrated Graduate training or experience in system 
in the third. | evaluation, computer programming or 

Eddie Yost opened with a statistics, with some background in eleo 


double. FitzGerald grounded to) tronics or communications. 
Kuenn who threw to Ray ; 


Boone nailing Yost at third.! 


. 
An organization which enjoys a long-term 
@ a coe ge nn reputation for creative achievement in 
=a eae Geuress Was Seven SS both communications and electronics for 


SATURDAY and SUNDAY—SEPT. 15 and 16--9 A.M, to 49M, |) ‘Pe 1952 Olymipcs. Nats, 3.2 | LABORATORIES 


EE OC LLLP LO 


2 
2 


: 


re 


© 
¥3 
2 


intentional pass, filling the ; 
hese with one out. at Clase the Bell System and the Military Services 


invite your application to join its staff. 
WASHINGTON DG = “LANGLEY PARK. MARYLAND watched a third strike go by Openings ace ah vations levels for recent 
etek teak caveotaae ef © graduates and those with several years 
Fim sac ee’ home half | experience. These are positions where 
Chrartle Lau singled and wan' Initiative receives ready’ recognition, 
secrificed alon “Charlie Max- where individual growth and progress are 
well later drove in Lau. with a fostered, and where a benefit and pension 
single. | plan is provided—at no cost to the em- 
le bats ger wong ering it up Ly the ployee. 
ou when Lyle Luttrell dou- 
bled and Yost singled him Current Openings int 
home. Sievers homered in the timore, Md. 


: Bal 
os to give the Nats a 2-1 New York City New Jersey Pena ME, 


Lopez faltered in the sixth. Indianapolis Boston Area North Carolina 


Al Kaline opened with a walk, BALTIMORE, MD. 


stole second and continued to 
third on FitzGerald’s bad praduction af teluphane Gables wae end 
throw. Boone popped up but ination devices. Development 


_Torgeson singled in Kaline to methods and equipment. Open for 
, tie the score at 2-2. After Boll- MECHANICAL and ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. 
oOeSsS : ling grounded out, Pascual NEW YORK CITY 
came in to retire Lau. * | ond 
| | NORTHERN NEW JERSEY 


= Notre Dame-Navy | Baeineering Siritehing Developmen hana e 
' me Tickets on Sale | sg ar 
~d | A limited number of football ENDIANAPOL 
J 20) oD tickets for the Notre Dame-Navy Final development and design for large-scale 


vices in ng componen ta, 
ov. 3, have been placed on sale, | circultry, iprecieg measuring L. oremenen® 
G 


a to general chairman 
reek ; ee of the ogg : o. | pe Gur. be S000, cones 
Double Cushion Rubber Heel | Notre Deme Club of Washington. Development and design for manufacture of Pee CR Ele 
: , : - ) @ tickets, priced at $5.7 transistors. 
Cushion Arch Lift each, plus 50 cents for handling, CIsTs. 


| cuav. “S656 
Steel Shank for Strength Special Factory Showing: may be ob from the Foot- 7 } 


ball Activities C : | Owe Your Own Businessi—P-J 
Air-celled Rubber Cushion | pee wedeedg ng | cee | For telt partigutors write Mr. A. Altsehaler, 5 & Glearficlé Sts. Phila, 34, Pe. 
Come in and see the cut-open - [desks of the Sheraton-CarltonE | | geen, bg rT . i 
CONVENIENTLY 
Four reasons that give the secret shoe that shows Porto-Ped's and gh tee Park Hotels. | 8 STORES LOCATED TO SERVE you 


of Porto-Ped comfort! Buoyancy, superior construction. See also 4025 Minnesots Ave. W.E. 1501 Me. Vernon Ave. 
support, strength and corgfort com- over 100 styles on display. You Washington, D.C. == =e including pag ok imag Ftd Pep ba 
bined in the better quality features may place your order from these | Ptane QWetesk 55106 


Rhode Island N. ALLS CHURCH, 
of this fine shoe! Handsome styling, many styles, Friday and Saturday | f ' gy veel anne aie 8s. we tg 
, ' : . ; : Phone DEcatur Store Open Friday Night ‘TH § P.M. 
in every line. See our complete only, Washington Store. Or you | iia W ASHINGTON INTERVIEWS Phone JEMferson 2-5650 
stock today! may select from our. regular stock. ahd Repolish | ih 19nd 13 1406-08 Good Hope Rd. 5$.£. WHEATON, MD. 
| ret. 

Wednesday and Thursday, September co. eee ee *11210 Georgia Ave. 

Lansburgh's—MEN'S SHOES—W ashington, Street Floor; Langley Park, Md, Fira Floor if | STerling 3-1624 between 9 A.M. and 8 P.M. | . 3. 


“ 
for 


mS 


SUITLAND, MD. 
steer toeres ra past. | 4723 Silver Mill RA. | 


| ’ o- : | "Th 9 P.M. Store Open Dally 9 AM. “TH SFM. 
Washington, 7th, 8th and E Sts. N,W. na.9s00 [AS MMSE Mn! SHE BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES, Inc. | 0] pecs iAcison 7.4100 hens Ridwoed 5-4800 
Langley Park, Md,. New Hampshire Ave. and University Lane : ro GLASS Me | | im | | ene eer, 


——S 


- 


Prada of 


: 


U.8-Owned Gambremer Wins St. Leger, Queen's Colt St 


om —- 


> 


Around The Tracks 


Horses and People 


By Walter Haight 


RECENTLY I WATCHED A TV STORY based in part on 


horse racing and Was 


surprised to note Maryland wasn’t the 


locale despite.the shady motif of the yarn 


Perhaps it is coincidental. 


but when writers 


not necessarily 


for video, get around to turf shenani- 


P 


a kick 


For 
a 


ment 


But 
finer things of racing. 
the scenes 


‘ 


inst 


gans, almost invariably Maryland gets 


in the ribs 
ance, if the. plot moves*in- 
bookie joint, it's stock equip 


for Bowie. Pimlico or Laurel to 
be the most prominent track on the 
blackboard 


should the story deal with the 
it's a safe bet 
will be laid elsewhere 


Don't get me wrong, Marylend has 


had 
but 


its 
the 
nopoly 
Maryland, 


vDiggest 


Haight 


thereof years 
Run 


Was guiity 
“Bred To 
and therefore 
] mean 

| came 
fictional 
“ringer,” 
under an as ned nan ’ 
cuipr 
resembD! 
have made 
for a sudd 
washed off the paint 
revealed | 
the critt 
ner 
(race 

| was sul 
later to et! 
ment of my il 
scribed as a true hay 


purely 

a 
ran 
he 


a 
ahbout 


rig r 


Lo 
would 
exce pt 


wree 


> 


which 


and 


, iat 


pening 


WHILE MOS! 
time horse 


OF US old 
players like to 
refer to the “good old days,” 
there's one item, the passing 
of which no one rrets, and 
that would be the “ringer.” 
When the fi lip-tattoo 
number ¥v imped a 
horse j } 4 : 
racing prooie! 
out once and fi 
It was on an 
ing 10 years ago at 
that cur 
bres der 
one of 


on 
eii 
August morn 
Saratoga 
horsemen and 
gathered” around 
Fasig-Tipton’s sales 


ius 


BELMONT RE SU L TS 
fOur Vel dine 
aNeble Lad 
Warmed Over 


Shertia) 61 
((,eerin) 


Big 


7% 4 


2 yy Peiai 
‘ any 
at hi ton i Lest 
4A 
‘>i 
(>? 7 


a sland 
OBrien . Free (‘Yan Heek 

a) | i: : 
“er 
uce 

wc 


F 
if 


5 —+ . $4001 
Selid Edge Boland) 


Water (ombest) 


ner Lily Lrecare 
Pr ( 


Broeiher Tex Andersen 
> . * i, : 
¢ia 
D 
7 > 7 
Valens la 
(Lerman 
_Line (Areare 
, " y ‘iz 


* am - ring 
smah 
De: er 


. $4190°0 44 
(Ch'auette) 30.40 lave 
(Bolan 
(Nichols) 
ari 4 
’ 


- ; : 

ern Rich 

ite-James 
Asaeotie 
g:°°, M 
aLazare- Schwab e: 


cu MBERL pare aa LTS 
1 Ab 


“— a 
' regan 
. 

® , 


About f 
Compass 
eres Fell, 


S*2 
(Savde 
MeGovern) 

Clear 
Zybie High Game 
DAILY DOUBLE FAID $174.00 


r,of $1000 


it ; ’ 
dor (Rese e 
(MeGovern } 


(Sm) er 


y a‘ 
Heskilien ¥ irmosa 


+> furlongs; $1200 
(Be 


t 
. ub 
oy Kpichtees (Clark) 


a m 
ber, a sii 
lvie 


Con and Vailev 


_ HAW a pay lel Lg NTRIES 


°s ons at 
5) 


Es: : 


ce. 
_ 
- 


t. 


Fae 


* ren Merchant ns ad 


Hlowever. 
writers for picking on Maryland. 
ago 
which was never published in book form 
did not become a worst-seller, if you know what 


Z 
0:58", 
’ 


share of off<olor situations, 
Free State hasn't had a mo- 
However, there’s little doubt 
in the past, has gotten the 
headlines 
| shouldn't criticize 
I 


when I wrote a serial story, 


paddocks to watch as the 
brand Z-2933 was applied to 
upper lip of Alfred Van- 
derbilt Yankee Dollar. 


Asn 


5 


THE NEWLY FORMED 
horoughbred Racing Protec- 
had, during its 
of operation, 


ve Bureau 


year in 


vestigated more than a score 
of ringer cases and set about 
developing a system of sure- 
fire identification. Since 
1946, there hasn't been a 
ringer case involving a tat- 
tooed horse 

Today more than 60,000 
horses can be quickly and 
positively identified by a flip 
of the lip which shows a let- 
ter denoting the yeor they 
were foaled and their four- 
digit Jockey Club registra- 
tion number. 

Many foreign racing or- 
ganizations and governments 
have adopted or are studying 
the TRPB lip-tattoo system. 

The Canadian Northwest 
Mounted Police, famed for 
getting its man, had trouble 
getting the right horse, be- 
cause of the use of an all- 
black troop. Lip-tattoo has 
been adopted 


RETWEEN RACES — De- 
spite the fact that Daylight 
Savings Time will end mid- 
way through the meeting, 
Laure! officials have an- 
nounced post time will be 1 
p. m. daily throughout the 
October 24-November 12 ses- 
s10Nn John B. Kelly, pres- 
ident of the Atlantic City 
track and father of Princess 
(race, will be honored as the 
“man of the year” by the 
Jockeys’ Guild at its annual 
New York dinner-dance Sep- 
tember 20... To H. H. K.— 
Greentree Stable has a can- 
didate for next Spring's Tri- 
ple Crown events in Cohoes. 
He won the Grand Union 
Stakes, but lost a shoe in the 
heavy going in which he was 
third to King Hairan in The 
Hopeful and thus can be ex- 
pected to perform better next 
out By the way, Cohoes 
probably won't be seen in ac- 
tion at a distance and around 
two turns until the mile and 
a sixteenth Pimlico Futurity, 
the only such event for which 
he’s nominated .. . Apparent- 
ly Molly Mutuel didn’t have 
that big Atlantic City daily 
double. At least, there's a 
report she’s shilling for a 
boardwalk auction. 


BAWZHORNE RESULTS 
les 


“it ste 


Grant e 
Nate 


ten) 

Will See Anniowett. 
Kin Vee Treaty Stone. 
: furiong . ~ 92750. 


‘sy 1:19 ees 
Heir Apparent takelty ) 


. 638 2 .. yo 
56.06 43 
or 

Polychrest 

e peec. Beaucheck. Sunny 

Pree Agent. Jini J 
DAILY DOUBLE FAID se 0”: 
"s miles: $2750: 2:06% 

a- fw 4. E Guest (Mael'a) 9.50 9.06 

‘ rte) 908 

Rahe. 


n 
oran-Illinel “ “Btable entry 


; 
11945 
° 


\ Jessep 
Lady Joker, 


- Sure 


Asking an 
belive Dan ‘(Del ty ad 
(Herr 


Sty Mall. Miss Ciba. Charing Li 
Stock Exchanee Bemenesian 


Dance, Count Cal 
5—6 furlongs } 
tiie” ne 
(Sherensh!) : 7.48 
‘ 3.00 


Crewn Derby Mente 
ntless : 
Medico, Hunter’ 4 Isle nnon Comet. | 
om Lane. Enelish faa . 


Ten Lice ~ 


” Preed 


6 ry turlonss $4000. 


ee VS ets 


me 
(Che Jor. 
er Joe Kay. Supreme oy. | 
cmanate a 
Re Renater ‘ * 
= Nettl (oseaa 

etuval, Sir Rupe 
Bamaco. Broken 

pustea ss: DS ns 


af | 
Sanga ‘Lyeeb: 
~ Masnie, 
H sare 
on am Therapy 
$-1 mile: $7750 8 
Here's ame (dhoconalt 
Fieet Dre ‘Dedsen) 
Attavar “evn aaa | » 


eee. Texas 


By, oe 
eeaad 


Teilisht Rus. Doris 
epine Mis. Louise 
_ ebility 


i 


40 4 * 
6.6 3.7 


s, 


Hornbeam 


Deteated in 
Final Drive | 


DONCASTER, England, 
Sept. 12 #—Gambremer. only { 
United States-owned thorough- 
bred in a field of 13. captured 
the 18ist running of the St 
Leger States today. ‘ Queen 
Elizabeth and 250.000 other 
spectators watched as her maj 
estys High Veldt finished 
fifth 

Cambremier, owned by E. B 
Strassburger of Norristown. 
Pa., challenged the leaders 1% 
furlongs from the finish of the 
1 mile, 6 furlong, 132-yard 
course. Two hundred 
from‘the post, French Jockey 
Fred Palmer pushed Cambre- 
mer into the lead ahead of 
Lord Astor’s Hornbeam and 
finished strong to win by three- 
quarters of a length. 

This was the second victory 
in three years for an Amer- 
ican-owned horse in the St 
Leger, last of the English rac 
ing season's classics. Robert 
5. Clark, Upperville, Va..won 
with Never Say Die in 1954 

Cambremer’'s time was 3:12.? 
French Beige finished third. 
le lengths behind Hornbeam 
Taligo was fourth 
The victory was 
578 to Owner Strassburger. 
who now lives ip Paris and 
was not on hand for the race 

iThe St. Leger is one of ses 
eral important European races 
on which the Laurel Interna 
tional Committee bases its 
selections of invitees to com 
pete in the Washington (D. C.) 
International. The sixth run- 
ning of Laurel's global classic 
is scheduled November 12.) 


Paddock Picks Four 


At Atlantic City 


Paddock, The Washincton 
Post and Times Herald hand. 
icapper, selected four win. 
ners at Atlantic City yester- 
day, including the daily dou. 
ble which returned $85.60. 
His choices were Business 
Trip $6, Accepted, winner of 
the second race at $17.80. 
Vieux Carre $4, and Molly 
Maid, $4.80. 


cu MBE RL AND ENTRIES 


worth $37 


; 
) 
| 


yards from 


o% 


- 


~~ 


THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 

: ‘Thursday, September 13, 1956 
ee 37 


a 


oe 


Coprri Ui 


FATHER CLEAR—TRAC 
" FIRST RACE 
same 
lenhetm 
Time 


mene 
Vw e2~-OCOa~F ww 


Jean ‘Ratche! ler) 


-- 


BUSINESS wee $6 9. 

SINGI ic I cE 60 
SECOND “7 r 
aimine Purse 


$3.40. $2.80 
n furlones 
Off at 2:°36' 


er. Mr and 
tg atified by 


2 


by Mr 
Moore Time 


sa 


te 


Vv 
. 


= 
Accepted 
Lock’s Last 
Soundproof 
Ancient Greek 
Air Prophet 
Symphonia 


-s- 
V~19OE on rWe-r VU 


“PhO APM" DPww 


(Decker?) 


Oe et et et et it et et ee Se 
ee ed 
- 
NF ANOS BW .1wo 
_—-— « . 
se Phe & Oe 


Catalano) 116 10 i! 


$17.80, $9.60, $5.00; LOCK’S LAST. 


ACCEPTED, 
$3.80; SOUNDPROOF 


Double ‘ 


a ba r 


$4 80 


Por 2 

a Start 
Sessy Farm ‘ 
agn 


Six furlongs 
> 2 


b 


GOLDONCA 


Shoemak er) 


BRAVES—Fr. Page 33 


Braves Back 
In First, 8-7 


combe a 3-6 lead that was sup- 
posed to be impregnable 

It wasn't, 
and otherwise not much ac- > 
count, couldn't get anybody out 
the second inning in his 


in 


bid for his 24th win of the Ba 


year 
gles by Adcock and Thomson, 
and a triple off the centerfield 


ti. wall by Bruton got Milwaukee 


Sal tt et Ee) 


*F 


- 


== 
— i. . 
ome . 
PUSS sa TRI 
‘ee. “4 - 
“ 
a | 
a ae ee 


tatweste 
aor ee 


<_< 
Z *=“—s 


e eal 
utrie 
Law less Bear 


nor wero 


——" 
ono ox ot 
a2. 2eu 


Bennings Picks 


At Cumberland 


Camp O«et. Piece Te 
Gedtrey. Pick WN’ 


Ge 
7 ——eeee “beck, Lise Gees On, 
a mentthamesn. Cedac. 
5—SANS EGAL. Kine Camerean, War- 
sa 
&—Cerny Miss, 
Mo ; 
View. erne, Cherry Branch. 


&—Piace Pigalle, Girl Meets Bev. 
‘Dedé> Darting. 


c - 
Laurel 
Perkiomen 
Pelveuest, Natzle 
Olymole 


; Clem 


three runs, and pitcher Con- 
ley’s squeeze got them a fourth. 
Roy Campanella clouted a 
homer that tied the score for 
the Dodgers at 44 in the sec- 
ond, but the next man 
from in a loud way was Ad- 
cock. He hit a home run off 
Labine behind Mathews’ 
that tied a national 
azue record for 13 home runs 
against ome club in a single 
season. It put Milwaukee in 
a 64 lead 

Crandall upped that lead to 


single 


119 74 by leading off the seventh => 
2) with a homer against Labine, clas 
relief pitching &, 


whose gaudy 
record was beginning to take 


‘on some tarnish by that time. Proc 
Conley lost his 74 bulge in 


the seventh with Brooklyn 
tying it up. 
Mitchell singled, and scored on 
singles by Gilliam and Reese 
before anybody except Conley 
was out. 

The tension eased for the 
Braves when Gilliam was 
picked off second on Snider's 
ill-starred attempted bunt, but 
later Snider walked and Robin- 
son was hit by a pitch that 
filled the bases. 

The two tying runs scored 
when Buhl took over because 
Second Baseman Danny 
O'Connell let Amoros’ ground- 
er speed through his legs for 
an horrendous error. 

O'Connell did some excel- 


1954. by Triangle Publications 
CK FAST 
One end one-sixteenth miles 


Winner 
‘ Giri 
1:46° 


‘chute) 


Mrs 


7) BUSINESS TRIP 
(1) ACCEPTED 


-year-olds 
good 


f 
sinea by C 


A walk to Mathews, sin- * 


Pinch hitter Dale ; 


Ine What ‘(Ma 
Por 4-year- 
f- at 2:06. Start 

Xavier Farm's 
by Bienhtim Ii 
. 


oa 


orl 
Khaled—iron Rew ard 
¢, 12 


Tenney... Tim 
Horse 
Molly Maid 


Hello Junedesr if 
nion 


Suspend 


MOLLY MAID $480 $3.90. 33.00; = 


rtin? 
Little Jonesy gnomes pomp 


r pic a $4.8 
ry oy of a 
4 


Jockey Wet 
‘Sh’ maker) 119 
* 


1 
3 3 70 
$2 Sw $2.20: HALFWAY. $3.40. 


116 44 6? 6! 
114 en a 


Por 2-year-old fillles: allow- 
i*s. Start good. Won clev 
f. «2) by 
by M. A 


glisworth s b 
Pere Trained 


w M4 
by Beau 


.«* 
~ « ® 


APVewNe ¥ 


JUNEDEAR 


$5.20. 64.00; EMION, $44 


BUFF. $3 60, SIXTH Race 
old fiilies and m 
For 


Start 


3-vyear-olds 
ood Won 
Valentine's 
Trained by 


Trained by H 


Horse 
Eugenia IT 
Another World 
Dieddorin ne 
Land yA iberty 
Clear 
tr imaninetty 


Jacopo 


Odds 
$7 90 
$90 | 


~~? 
- 


a 


- 
a 


EUGENIA 
$2.60; 
Eugenia 
opeming auartrr, 
mand 
only mild 


Pew 


~OVSITVSe wn F 
> 


er Fes we & 
APIA Owurweo 


2 


outfinished tired he 

SEVENTH 
olds and up 
good. Wom driving 
h (4) by Do 
Kutali 


$5.60, 


$85.60 


cl ee 


White 


Odds 


KOKO POZO 
$5 60 DIN? 
De 
peed 
$9.20. $5.40 


_Eiourn L. ne " 


00 

BO | 
21 20 
>| on 


PRINCE 
90 _ 


$4.20 


BELMONT ENTRIES 
l—*7,: $3500: 2 2-year-ol ds: 


acy : 
fop! AT Bran h 
econd ne 
Ly eist rat 
w : 
19 B) 
16 Dav e Johnston 
i2 Ei Qued 
3 4 
te. Bil 


, Maren ear eee, 


j : Frank 10, 
“ ha 


. 
because Newk. wild ° 


Gossamer 
Jar 


Plight 1] 
Yo ur Mir | i] 
Behavior ] 
Lebdkuchen 


‘ee 


ee Oe ee et et et et ht nw 


et bot ne be > 


15 bUntamed 


wer Ranch-Lawrence-Conkiin 
le entry 


bP? Lipps Whéeéatier Stab 
500 0} ds uD 


- year 


heard ; 


: 
. hr 
| 
: 


— 
PD eet ee OO ne 
WN ann Oe 


NoRS 


INO 


ae al ipwenee calimed. 


lent penance for that misplay 
in the ninth, however. 

When Robinson's single put 
the tying run on base, with 
two out, the Milwaukee second 
baseman committed an uncon- 
scionable robbery of Amoros’ 
bid for a single to right and 
flung the ball to second to 
force Robinson and cap the 
Braves’ victory on a note of 
finality that couldn't be 
missed. 


' Paddock Picks a at A tlantic City 


POST T ME 2 P.M. 


t-vear-oelds 
4) 


FIRST RACE—Puarse. s3000; 
Jersey): claiming: 6 Seecenes “a 
5 Mandalay Miss ‘(Gre 


—e 


—MWOPN SB Or -I—- eS VWe 


rtuneate 
Baseba!! Bob ‘B Peard) 
Zeon ino boy) 
u Dee (Cox) 
Tee Pee ae ino boy? 
n okin’ ‘Reot) 
Comaid’ " Pride (St evenson 


Str a z 
Very [ast 


Bh 
Very good race 


ote eee 


go 
Sargent Sargon ‘ bred 


reen 
Big Pinale (Shoemaker) Good rider 
Meizar ‘(Shux 
Quite Pancy ‘Gl Smith) 
Air Colonel (Root: 
Noble Warrior Root) 
Pundonor ‘Regalbu 

ble Dealer tRoulmetis 


} 
Lightner ‘ne bo 
bes (Decker) N 
10 Cola FP n (Batcheller) 


-- 


of 
Pemeaeeoe, 


1 


Longshot Daily Double 
FANCY COOKIN and QUITE FANCY 
‘THIRD ‘RACE—Purse, $3300; 2-year-olds: 


‘1 
Mariner's Guide (Regalbute) . Given 
: le Shade ‘Culmone) 
tra 


Very fast 
Secopd 


- 
wwe 2nnwa 
— ws 


*¥ oot 
a Wave A Sat wh). 


lecti 
10 Pern. Glen ‘on 


FOURTH BACE—Fusee. 83400; 
fur ss 6? 
4 Pavor Me. Me 


filson? 
Cprensees a) 


Winner in here 


Can't be overioe 
7 


youngsicr 

a § oNe —~w | “ee S23200; 4-vyear-olds and « 
(it 

wn * more chan . 

orked *% 1:00 

last good 

n't be overlooked 


eded recent start 


r at 


Always rent there 


< 
Can't be overlooked 
Pigures ee these 
or 


3-year-olds; 


eoniy ri 


3 
- Mee ; nen and Ra 


9 Postal (G.L 


(fealed 


~~ 


™m 


a 


“A 


nee & VSO ee &e—wOe- 1 


miles ‘(turé) 


~ 


ot ee ow ow ew 
VUwvVeovvodsds 


rece! 


-— oe 


i 


eens 


limey (no 


et ont et & 


— tt ot > 


s «i 


claiming: Our Prince ¢ 


huck 


ou 
a ~~ 


2 Oe ee et ee et ee ee ee 


so well 


iss Equity ine 


BRS SON FAHMYUOU-s 
j MOCO eoor rr Vau 


a ed wre 


times 


claiming; 7 fer-| 
the edge 4-17 
beat 


~~ 
st 


Brisk 
in anud 


- 


: 
~ 


D&O eee e De 


a Sn 
¥VvYooosooe® 


; 
claiming: 


oe 


SIXTH RAC “=o 
lens } 


taffordshire ino boy? 

Thompson ‘B ime 

; Sun day Pitch eumahest Wi 
: ig ‘(Culmone) 

t (Catalano) 


’ 
rede 


miles “te 
jalue ‘Boulmetis) 
(no boy) 


‘GO... Smi 
of (8 ker) 


a Root) 
 RACE—Purse, 63100; 


rr 
Sha-Mar (Scurlock) 


Grand Opera | (ne bor 


Go ¥ ere 
(Deaimetta) Needed ast — 


Seconds ‘eomaker) Clockers recommend 
Smith: Past at Monmouth 


2 vivre MAC S---Porse $3200) 4-year-olds and up; 
le ( 


Day's best bet 
7 mst on t 


var Waltz ‘J Bm! th) 


83800, 


n) ..May be right one .1 
The contender 


> : : 
gh ws me ee 


MPOVBO AD DW -1 


et he ee MPD PLB ee ee 
Cenroee- wu 


——— 


boy) Close up lately 


. San0e; 4-year-olds and 


May prove best 

form jately 
ways close u 

. dangerous 

a 


RESCSCH Se 
— 


th) 


Ww more 

Nothing last time 
3-year-olds; claimi 
Like this one 


> 


: 


) 


e8seSZ8 


. 
WwVervVeVeVeuvue 


ret and one-sixteenth miles 


jockey 
(Sanchez) 
(Boul'’s 


(PF Bmith) 

tie Pache (Batch'jer) 

$27.80. $9 Po $6.00; 
DJEDDORINE, 86 
Ii, allowed 
improved her position and wre 
irom the outside along 
encouragement 7 
latter was always formidable but was no match. Sreaaor 


RAC “al mie Re 5 
claiming 700 


uble Brandy 
Time 


wii $5.20 $4.00; 
baka 


ates 


ied 


‘ 


R 4 MER 
GOTTAPASSEM. $52 


e535 Carte 


me ae 
ming 


Por 3-vear- 
Off at 4:36 
inner. WA 
the Willew 


a? 


if2 
112 


~ 


4 
— 


a" Poway * 
- 


af 
ANOTHER WORLD. $3.40 


into stride through the 
sted com- 


sy settle 


the 
to hold he 
vse 


fohute). For 3-year- 
Off at 5:12 

piace eaase Winner. D. G 

: mee by Stimulus. Trained 
24%%5 


i * | 


~Ipmawnwee& . 


a*e 


77 Te 


3° 
43 


. 
§1 
. 


-_ 


*e 


p 
5 
NICK JIMMIE, 


Wee DP-ISe~ DY 


NEBR $6 00 
sround 
to war down 
usual after 
insufficiently 
one-sixteen 
$2200 
ne* Winner 
evil May Cc 

> 2. 


throughout one 
the leaders 


having 


a mares 
ick 


ok the oy 


th miles ie 4-year- 
5:4 Start 


are by 


a 
R 5.20 
OCALA GAL.| 


- ia 
$20 40 yy $6 40; 


—s 


CONSENSUS 


(Copyright. 1956 Triangle 
iblications. In:* 

AT BELMONT PARK 
—Jrivenees, Mies 2? 
Second Strin 

“KING 4 CHARGER 


. Danee Away 7 
6. Getthere 


; Gessamar 9, 


My 


Nerth Irish 6 
i Ingui- 


Chief 1%, 


1? 


Ace 72. 


Me 13, Ancester 
24. it. Geld 
ima totette 2. Pre Bene 7. Eerve- 
n 
5. Caboose & Meoufien 5. Aven Lady 7. 
at CUMBERLAND 
1.—Bliue une 15. Sesag 14. Camp 
Out 7 
2? —Aganamen 1%. Mary Gedfrey 11. 
Pick N’ oose 
3.—Billy Cliften 1%, Sesene Ber 9. 
Life Gees en T, 
, Tween 14. Hawk Man 16. Musiy 
nn 
5—SANS EGAL 9864, 
King Cameron 
6 erences 19, Corny Mise 15. Legal 
Limit 
Cherry Branch ii, 16, 
Oty mafic Vie 5 
a - a. Pigatte 24. Deddy Darting &. 
Chiele Sade 
AT ATLANTIC cITy 
1.—Marketer 17, Covey Rise 14. Man- 
4 Big i? 
: Shade 18, Nitime 11, 
Emetle 
‘ —Faver Me-Me il, Rich and Rare 7. 
Pos tal 7 
—AWAGNER TRAP Cobber &. Tom beue- 
as — Sunday Pitch 25. Check Th 
5. Our Prince 4 weer 
Heer 16, Tep Value 95. 


7 —Striking 
.—t ady ef Kuneck 23. Winged Im- 
pulse 5. Conga Way 4 


AT HAWTHO 
ov tens Arce 72, Ma _ Tracer 1%, 


Songie = 
- eee 18, Feults 15, 
Reschue 1% Grand 


Bennet 


Ivachance 6. 


Lerenge 


Finale 


Many 
21, 
per 29. Night Tears 7. 


boc WALKER 5&1. 
7 Sun Jee on. 


r) 
<—Tranesil 
Tut 4 13, 16. Reman 


Reman § 
S beater 16, Sir Chris 1%. Laches 10 


a HOW TO DRINK > 
ON A DIET 


There's no reason to give up 
cocktails when you start 
counting calories. October 
Esquire reveals that you can 
have your drinks and diet at 
the same time, Here is prob- 
ably the “happiest” weight 
reducing program ever pro- 
eons And it really works. 

emember, you saw it firstin 


October Eaquixe 


Fer- 
Dream Pattern 

Chartle's 
Letmege 


‘i new on sale 


Racing Charts for At lantic City Dilisbeas Grace Won't Give 


* Trophy at Atlantic City 


ATLANTIC CITY, N, J., Sept. 12—For the first time in 
American turf history, a real-live princess has been scratched 
from post-race ceremonies. 

Princess Grace of Monaco, nee Grace Kelly, film princess, 
won't present the trophy to the winner of Saturday's $100,000 
United Nations Handicap here after all. | 

The brief announcement, listing no reason was made late 
today by John B., Kelly, president of the Atlantic City Racing 
Association and father of the Princess. 

Speculation immediately begun hinted that Prince Rainier 
didn’t want to take a chance of any injury to his wife, who 
is four months pregnant. The fact that Grace won't fiy, 
at this time, seemed to back up the theory. 

In another develapment Calumet Farm's Bardstown was 
shipped from Ohio to New York and Trainer Jimmy Jones 
said he won't accept or reject an invitation for the mile 
and three-sixteenth turf race until noon Thursday 

If Bardstown doesn’t choose to run, Jocke Willie Hartack 
will accept the riding assignment on Mrs. H. Nathenson’s 


Blue Choir. The latter should rule second a, behind the 
fabulous Swaps. 


‘What? 
‘bin n Nothing? 


- 
% 


7 


Yes, when it’s FLEISCHMANN’S GIN, 
it's so smooth you'll like it straight! 


= 
— 
— 


———$———— 
= ——————— 
————S————S———— 


—— 
— 


Pp 
, 


tea), Hy 
{,: ih, 
Hh ms! 


Ceagh 


4 


al 


ma 


And gin that smooth makes 
a perfect Tom Collins every time! 


DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN + DISTILLED DRY GIN » 90 PROOE 
JHE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY 


Call RE. 17-1234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash 


jington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


[OOOEeNM FOOT42UYU ~—- SUVS 


ete thee ee eee 
ee a Sol | ll el ee 


OD Pe Seu DP 
ee NR S&S 
HIM eee Te 


*#Jis 


t po 
Crann ‘Oreen Hardly the eerr 


a Best Bet—COBBER (5th Race) 


- 


acing Selections at Atlantic City 


re — 


- 


1 Our Presiden: 
8 Bolo ist (Ro 
6 Black ease (Shoemaker) 
5 Sugar imp (Culmone) 


-* 


Galway . Rel La WSreeze, 
Degree ‘oon, tar Ceoet 1 Léca! Clover. 
Deed i Do. Keven 


~~ 


re | 
ger as 


a. 


Jd wee 


Won bares dan gerous 


i@C-14 


++) 


— ne — mm 


ee el 


~~ e 


. 
sree meg, HED 


oe--s oO 


e+e 
: 


. 


% 


Pu ton Market 
ids: slewan _ OLD BONES 
Tee Pee Cee 


Sisrketer Miss 


Pundo donor 
Noble qaretes 
Quite 


CLOCKERS __ 


i Beb 
ortunate 
rketer 


— 


terest SO 


oOo” 


Air Colonel 
elzar 
Quite Pancy 
Nitime 
Roya! Lilt 
Mary Lavier 


ms 
I 


. 
S855 


Bitime ‘ 
Biack 
Mary peas 


Black Frost 
“| esident ; 
pod» ta 


Mariners Guide 
Ma Bnace 
Nitime 


Pavor Me-Me 
Our President 
ue Artin 


— 


L} 
a) low ance 


ge 


Syaue? 
uk Qn, 


eee et he 


° 


? 


; 


—-e- Oo 
td 


me 


peedibesere 
J 


ee 


aR pins Retora 
ew pa 

~¥ ols © 
is A ~A 1 
riate. 


Henry 1 
Pprop 


Capital Commerce 


Kastover to Get 
10 More Stores 


By 


‘S. Oliver Goodman 


Stat’ Reporter 


. Construction has started on 10 more stores for the Eastover. 
Shopping Center, with a J. C. Penney Co. store as the key 
unit 

The retail center, located on South Capito) st 
line, opened last November and ma 
now contains 36 stores. 

W. K. Reeves, manager, said 
yesterday that the additional 
construction will mean an out- 
lay of $1.25 million. Parking 
facilities are beirg doubled to 
accommodate 2400 cars. 

Reeves said the 10 new stores 
should be completed by late 
summer next year. The key 
Penney store will contain 52,500 
square feet on two floors and a 
mezzanine. General contractor 
is Allen C. Minnix and Sons. 

Meanwhile another large 
Washington area shopping cen- 
ter—Shirlington Shoppers City 
~today will start a three-week 
celebration of its 12th anniver- 
sary 

Shirlington, one of the pio- 
neer suburban retail eenters. 
Was established in 1944 by the 
late Joseph Cherner, auto deal- 
er and philanthropist. It now 
has 48 stores, a bank and a 
theater 

Located on Shirley highway ~~ — 
adjacent to Parkfairfax and 
Fairlington, the Shirlington ley-Bendix products in the Bal- 
“city” is generally viewed as timore-Washington market for 
one of the foremost tn the Na- the past 12 years. The contract 
tion. President of the Shirling- was signed in Philadelphia hy 
ton Corp. is Mrs. Joseph Edgar Legum, president, and 
Cherner, widow of the founder. |S. Budd Weiner; vice president 
and secretary, and is effective 
immediately. 


at the District 


Spade Rite Set Today 


For New Pepsi Plant 


The Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 
of Washington this afternoon 
will break ground for a new 


one-million-doliar plant on 
Rockvilje pike at Rollins ave. 

Preceding the ceremony at 
2:30 p. m., a luncheon will 
be held at the Congressional 
Country Club. Principals 
will include Chester W. Mar- 
tin, president of the local 
firm; James W. Carkner, 
chairman; Richard Burgess. 
vice president in charge of 
domestic sales for the nation- 
al Pepsi firm, and Polly Ber- 
gen, television singer known 
as the “Pepsi-Cola Girl.” 


— a oe 


Plans Food Brokerage 


Robert M. Hardy, former as- ‘ - . 
sistant genera] manager of Dis- Harrill Heads FGAA 
trict Grocery Stores, yesterday| Delbert J. Harrill has been 
announced plans to enter the elected president of Washing- 
food brokerage ton Chapter of the Federal 
business under Government Accountants Asso- 
his own name. ciation. He is 
Hardy has been director of the 
identified withiagudit division 
y the grocery of the Agricul- Sem 
¥ business in this tute Depart ; _ 3 
area for more ment’s Com- | 
than 30 years. modity Credit 
After operating Corporation. 
a retail grocery Other new 
store for 12 FGAA officers 
HARDY years, in 1936 are: Raymond 
ae _ he organized Einhorn, vice 
the Nation-Wide Group of in- president 
a — grocers and Herschel Wall- Harrill 
served as president until May,'ing secr - R. } 
1955. At that time Nation-Wide A hg lag FY clnclod 
merged with DGS. He is a were the following directors 
member and past president of}John C. Cooper Jr, Lloyd A 
Grocery Wheels of Washington Nelson, Max Medley. Paul | 
and is also an executive of Appleman s. Earle Weatherly 
Bell's Methodist Church at Timothy F. Russell. M. Ray- 
Camp Springs, Md. mond Miller and James A. 
Who's N |Robbins. 
os News The group's firsi dinner meet- 
Bernard Bargtell, formerly ing for this season tonight at 
of Baltimore, has been ap- the Occidental Hotel will be 


new L. Frank Co., store in the Sidy, Navy Department's assist- 
Seven Corners Shopping Cen- 4t comptroller for accounting 
ter in nearby Virginia. .. Miss #"d finance 


Isabelle Karekin, formerly " 
+. Heads Davidson Corp. 


head of the interior decora 
ing department of W. & J.| Harry C. Anderson has been 
Sioane, has 
manager of Virga & Co., 7126 son Corp. 
Wisconsin ave. ... Don Ray- Mergenthaler 
mond has been appointed dis-' Ander on was 
trict manager of Federated'formerly as” 
Plans, Inc., 1800 H st., mw. . .| sociated with 
Willet J. Baird, retired Army)the A. B. Dick 
colonel, has been appointed’ Co. both as its 
editor of Signal, published by|vice president 
Armed Forces Communications in charge of - ) 
& -£lectronics Association of| sales and also | 
Washington. as independent ) 
; ‘ ee \distributor in 
New Philco Distributor |+he metropoli- 
The Legum Distributing Co. tan New York 
of Baltimore has been ap- area. He is also 
pointed a full-line distributor a past presi- 
for Phils» consumer products dent of the National 
in the Baltimore and Washing- Executives and the 


& subsidiary of 


Linotype 
f 


: 
: 


Anéerson 


Office 


has been a distributor of Cros- stitute. 


— ——— = —- ee meee 


Mutual Fund Prices — 


’ 


Avhed 
3.43 


NEW YORK, Sept 12 W—Natl. Asse 


Securities Dealers, inc. 
Affiliated Fa 


Resources 
levestmest Ce Am xf 
levest Tr Best 


Bid = Ached 


4.22 
41 "33 
77.18 
18.28 
1 


4.23 
14.32 
18.15 
24.78 
14.71 
4.34 
22.17 


2 
13.81 
17.38 
13.98 
16.29 
18.35 

fa =6Cae wnavailabie 
6.29 Setcherbocker . 6.99 
24.46 Lexington «Tr «(OF ea 12.98 
16.91 Loomis Say Met 6.u 


— 
+ 


lavesiors 
N Sec Ser OW 
Sec Ser income 


-— 


w— 
= 
~--e2e 6 & @& 


uSeees2tsec 
SESSIS~VSRS~eew 
=SSSSUsesseBss=uesessces 


Se 
o~ 
eee 


it + Peed ft tee 
|. oe £4 


—~OAa— — 


18.87 Sharebidrs Tr : 
13.5) State Street tev .... 
8.22 telew Eect Fe 


sk: 


oo 


SeSexrSure2clusrsexessezess: 


=. Ss 
~-o 8 
a a. 
~eewreea—-@& 


tertit Grewth Fé 
lest income Fea 


Seaeeeszkey' 


~~ + 


D. C. Produce Prices 


wholesale produce prices!) 5042.00: poorer condition 
for less-than-carioad lots New Y¥ - Contenders 
the partment ofjand 


Wo 
ches and up ; 
irious. bushel bas- 

up. 3.504 : 


Peanszivenis |} 
Cravenstein, eastern box. S. Ne. 1.) 
de inches 2.259 550, Summer Rem rriand: Bushe!l basket, 
ghee ae Ue hed'“Be|t : Kenassiven, 10 wee? oe 
an . ‘ . . “ 7 hd 
ioe buchel A. OB ¥ 6. No. 1, 2', ¢olerds, mustard ang turnip tops. 1 60 
. to 3 inches. 4.509°5.00: few higher. | @i. 
~~ 40-pound carten tupe. California 


Yesterday's 
tn Waantnetse ot ; air «¢ 
condition. 2 004 
ware and New Jersey 1 . 
e 


a 9 
| fai 


an 
Asficulture 


ported by 
Maryland 

| basket. 2% 
ew Jersey: Red 
et. 2% inches and 1 
mohes. fair quality. 2.00: 


t.j 


cul. 
estside) | 
*750 | 


alifornia: (W 
"27s. and 36s. 7.00 
alfornis: Lugs. Tokays.' 


Aa ee 4: Elberta. bushel) POTA 
90-91 3.09: Hales . | 


l¢ Boston 
ser: 1.50; 
‘ pepe and . Macks. unwashed, 


and 


| Trade Cited © 


‘James L. Martin by about §1 


| would be in pusiness, employ- 


Co. tng period last year. 


ia} O2 3: 0 


Salinas- stsonvijie dist: 
ates, 2-dozen. 3.3563 75: mostiy 3 50: 


pe. @astern crate. 
7 ; Rowaice New Jersey: 1 1/9 
POT ATOMS — [Rew 


_ Phe Lashingan 


7 


Thisities 


~ Fe 


38 THURSDA 


Y, SEPTEMBER 13,1956 


| 


15-Page Study 


Economics 


Of Liquor 


Spokesmen for the Washing- 
ton liquor industry yesterday’ 
met the threat of statecon- 
trolled stores with a 15-page 
study of private operation's! 
benefits to the District. 

The 16 wholesale and 388 re- 
tai’ liquor concerns pay $8.7) 
million annually in taxes, ac- 
cording to the study conducted 
by the National Research Serv- 


ices of New York. About $7 
million of this goes to the Dis-' 
trict and the rest to Uncle 
Sam, it showed. 

Estimates of tax losses from 
public ownership fell below 
these of Distriet Assessor 


million. 

“Our study was thorough and | 
our figures conservative,” said | 
Milford F. Schwartz, counsel to 
the Wholesale Liquor Dealers 
of Washington, Inc. He and) 
Hilliard Schulberg, represent-| 
ing retailers, were the prin-| 


cipal spokesmen at a press con- | 


ference in the Willard Hotel. 

They said liquor industry em- 
ployes and their families—7300, 
in all spent $6.8 million each 
year locally for food, clothing, 
automobiles, property, home) 
furnishing and afher daily’ 
services. | 

A shift to 
would mean only 50 


stores | 


“state stores” year age 873,920. 


IBA Group Receives Award 


Washington members of the Investment Bankers Associa- 
tion yesterday received a Treasury award for outstanding 
cooperation in the U. 8. Savings Bond program. Bernard 
J. Nees (left), chairman of the local IBA Government Bond 
Committee, accepted the President's Prayer Award from 
Edward C. Balts (right), chairman of the D. C. Savings 
Bond Division. Don Larson, a Treasury Savings Bond of.- 
ficial, beams approval. 


American Stocks 


~ 


Associated Press 
Total sales 960,000 shares; 


Lew Close Chg. 


37%... 
Wer 


aay * 


3 
3 
: 
: 
a 


| 


ing about 500 people, Schwartz ! 
estimated. 

The survey was a response | 
to legislation for a public liquor ! 


monopoly introduced last ses-, 
sion by Rep. George 


sioners. 


Profit, Sales 
Of Firestone 
Sei Records 


New records in net sales and 
net income were set by the: 


the first nine months of its cur- 
rent fiscal year, the company 
announced yesterday. 


Net sales of the company and “wy 


its subsidiaries amounted to 
$813.750.210 for the nine months 


$804,542,173 for the correspond- 


= 


2 


Estimated net income totaled 
$42,904,733, "equal to $5.27 per 
share, compared with $37,584,- 
918 or $4.62 a share. 

International 
Telegraph 
earnings of $12,487,250 for | 
parent company and its con- 
solidated subsidiaries during 


period. 


earlier. 


J. P. Stevens & Co. Inc. re- 
Or Drages 


ported it earned $1,586,104, 
40 cents a share, in three 
months ended Aug. 4, com- 
pared with $1,647,855, of 41 
cents a share, in the same pe- 
riod last year. In nine months 


share, compared with °$5,765,- 

085, or $1.45 a share, in the 

same nine months of 1955. 
Other earnings reports follow ‘fer the 


six months ended June 30 unless other~- 
wise stated 


Davten Rubber Ce. 
ended duly JI: 


for nine months 


1956 
Net income $1.630.179 
A sbare 
Hisbie Manefactering Ce., 


ended July 
Net income $342.96) 


4 share 


19838 
61.475.566 


$62.851.912 859.768.947 
re AS 4 
0. A. Sutten Ceres... Inc.. nine months 


ended Aug 
Net income | 2 alee | 


SEETIFE 


Baltimore Markets 


SaezRO 


ained 

ew head « 

heifers, 19.00@23.00; r 
merc sta rd, i 
cutter and utility heifers. 11 
ulllicy end commercial cows, 
14.00: including full load at latter 
Canmers an cutters mostiy, 

x 


rt Airt 

Ww. ri Cp wt 
Andrews (D-Ala.). It was op- Mise ied 
posed by the District Commis- ae Maree 


Beleck 
. Breeze 
pointed general manager of the addressed by Norwood P. Cas- Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. in Orit A 


Brews 
Buoter 


Cel test ay 


been appointed 'elected president of the David- ended July 319 compared with ¢,,, ce 
Campa 


Hs He 


‘the six months ended June 30.1.2 


This was the equivalent of tes 
$1.74 per share of commonic.. 
‘stock and compared with net'Cest 
‘income of $11,411,701, or $1.59/te" 
Sales a share, for the similar 1955 Crees 
Net sales were $223,- t# 
ton markets. The Legum firm'Equipment Manufacturers In- 136,059 for the first half of this |=" 
year and $202,373,484 a year sn, 

Det 


rH 


» oz months Geld! 
Gray 
Gt 


8259.000 6t 
le Grid 


if! 


Recw 
733 
ee °F SPee 
tiFi 
Séseesss 


‘i 


Aint 


184— v 
3% 
1\e—1-18 
MYe+ 

+ 


po | 
_ 
i 


i a 
+. 


-- 


Louad ? 


$3 


i 


2. 


= 
! 
- 


1% 
2% * 
a 


#33 
i] 


‘= 

Tit 

| SERS: se 
gs. 


2% 
Ye 12%.... 


ESTEE 
sis7 


f 


4 


{FFF 


SSF: FEF FE: 


1% 130%— % 


tf 


eT? 


1—1-18 
+ 


’ ~~ 
1 6 15-18 6 13-16 6 18-16-—1-19 
4 1% 12% 1% 


53 


-- 


% % IM... 
7s ™ 
es 8% 18% 
108% 108%4 108% +1 
2 ™ 
1 int \ 
mm 4 
‘+ 


s3u.2.2 2 
z 
ttt 


if 


thy 


iT 
§ 


a 


2 
o28 to. 


#39 


Hi 


4 
© 


2 3% 35% + 
21 15-16 1 15-48—1 
™ Me 

17%) 17% 

es 
2 he 

13-18 


: 
: 
i 

: 


= 
— 


#3323 

Sz 

'T 
save 

: 


—_— 
ny 


+ 


—- 
F 
~ 


; 
i 
cone tt=¥ 


i 

: 
Hi 
: 
ff 


—_——_ 


Ee 


tel 
i‘. 
23°3-3323 


7 


z 
asses 


T 


2% 
+16 
1% 


ro 
“+5 


i) 
tenes thinsiitase 


: 


1+ 


: 
t 
: 


s 
3 


‘fF 
az 


: 
' 


as" e9 
ges*s *5* 
247 
s 
*, 


re 
mY 


i 
z= 


ihe! 
e 


af 
ss 
*, 
i 
TE 


His 


3 
| FF: FSF ESS 


933° 
: 
Fiz 


Mitt 


al 
$*5% 


% 
T 


—_ 
ON 


j 
er. 


: 


# 
: eee 
fF 
*e 


- 

7 

ve 
a 
~~ 


. 


ie 


f 


i 


=uEZ 
z 2 
Séssesssees: Fess 
+ 4 ino 
oF 
» Es 


27% 


3.33°F 
3,*33"5"S32z 
ef 

if 

sé 


i 
4 


FF 
#F 
7 
+++ 
-— 


= 
= 
7 
' ; 


2 


“35% 
ij 


=. 8.8%.s.2..s8un—_s 
$3°S3-s¥rsese-327723 
23273°2 
se & 
Sunmww Sent atu Seo 
#47 


4 
3°Sz 
$ tt 


+. 
—~—--— 
2° 
oath anh auth ath ath ath eel 
_ - 


= 


=3* 


tEF 


a f 
Secure: : 


+ 
+. 
¢% 


“g3 27333" 
“3833 

: 

i 

s 


++ 
rs 


™ 69% 
29-162 7-162 
1% 11% 

™ 


1 


=f 


# 


+ 


O's Me 
™ 

42 
™ 


3 


Z 

= 
ceiid 

Stresses: tt 

site 

. 

3 
ef? FF 


Fe Fanwad 
: 


Fi 
© 
z= 
ers 
t 
ze 
st 


"ss 


Hy 
+ 
2*3 
+i 
gS*5E58 
= 
ost 


: 


33F2 
7 


7377 
: Seecesese 


nt at 
s* & 
833~3iFe2 
; 
“Fi? 
fa: £88 
jee 
a2 
Es 
- 
: + 


=f 


st 


eof 


- 


— 
ow 


Sle~ue® 


3 
YS 
s33°22°s232 


7 
—-_- 
| 
- 
— 
a 


'‘ see 


S233 
eee 


qfetgeny 


.&*55 


z 
Ricssce 


F comme 
head commercial bu is 
load jets mostly. isoneis ; 
culter Rs down a a 
sme 4. mee 
lb. stockers feeders. 
50. Small supply 


PuNHG! 


#23 
bee 
=. 
= 

: 

. 

bs 


ee ee 


"323273*°33 


otFE 
: FS: 
5 

g°8g39° S233*~2e23ze0200335 


233533 
see33e233*°FEs°"*F 


ie i 


ee See) ee ee ee Te ee ee 
es6539% 


gaits 
, # Fe 
“$3 

PpRF FF 
s #£ :s8 


eee: 


| HE 


fgg} 
iad 


1— % 


TEe+1%) . 
25-0—1-16 Som Ce ..... . 
pe > Witessre oles 
e%....2 


Lae: te: : =: 


To Alter Board 
O'Sullivan 
Unit Would 
|Call Meeting 


| WINCHESTER, Va., Sept. 12 
(®—The board of directors of 
the O’Sullivan Rubber Corp, at 
its quarterly meeting yesterday 
received a request for a stock- 
holders’ Ts filed by 15 
members of an investor group 
jwhich bought a controlling 
interest In the firm in 1952. 
| The 15 stockholders asked 
‘the 13-member board to call 
ithe stockholders’ meeting +t 
consider removing certain 
board members and electing re- 
placements.~ The request ap- 
parently stemmed from the re- 
‘moval Aug. 14 of V. A. Catozel- 
la and H. D. Weaver as officials 
lof the rubber sole and heel 
manufacturing firm. 

Catozella was president and 
chairman of the board. Weaver 
_ secretary and legal coun- 
sel. 
| According to Catozella, who 
retained his seat on the board 
the board will check the legal 
aspects of the request present- 
ed zomercey. Catozella said 
janother board meeting would 
be called, at which it is expect- 
ed a date for the stockholders’ 
meeting will the set. 

y bylaws require that 

a stockholders’ meting be held 
jwhen it is requested by holders 
of 10 per cent of the stock. 

O'Sullivan has been involved 
in a dispute with the rubber 
\workers union for some time. 
On May 13 about 400 produc- 
tion workers left their jobs in 
Support of demands for higher 
wages and other benefits. 
| The strike has not been 
settled. Some of the produc- 
ition workers have returned to 
\their jobs. The firm has hired 


_.... replacements and has said pro-|cUt effective Sept. 1. The com- 


duction is near normal. A 
‘charge of unfair labor prac- 
tices has been filed by the un- 


P & G Issue 


NEW YORK, Sept. 12 #— 
Public offering of $70 million 
of Procter & Gamble Co. 3% 
per cent debentures due Sept. 


1%— ve 1, 1981, will be made Thursday 
wu DY & syndicate of 150 invest- 
ment firms headed by Goldman, 


Sachs & Co. 

le of the debentures, which 
aré priced at 100 per cent to 
yield 3.875 per cent, marks the 


“\first public offering of secu-|Hotel. 
%~ Writies by Procter & Gamble American University’s Tax In- 
since before passage of the Se- 


curities Act of 1933. 
| Proceeds from the sale of 
debentures will be added to the 


general funds of Procter & 
4)Gamble and used for the con- 
44 templated construction of a $40 | 


‘million chemical dissolving 


pulp production unit at ‘its 


and for general corporate pur- 


| 
: 


2 + Dividend Actions 
a%+ ‘eo 


Ipe 
boc 
we dpe 

EXTRA 
Mets 81688 Mer 35 


11 


. 
Pitta a 
stb cchuesbineesbeidty siete 


S255 
SS 

2 
— - 


11-1 
1-15 
os 


o/h 


World of Finance | 


Anti-Business Suits, | 
Bureaucrats Linked 


NEW HAVEN, Conn., Sept. 12 #—Dr. Robert E. Wilso 
chairman of Standard Oil Co. (Indiana), today bilam 
“planned economy enthusiasts” for the current rash of Gov- 
ernment lawsuits against business. He said he is sure “the 
ethical standards of business’ ay 
are at an all-time high.” 

In a talk prepared for the “Te45¢s on six télevision re 
annual meeting of the Con- celvers were announced by 
necticut Manufacturers As Emerson Radio and Phono- 
sacletion, Wilson: sald: graph Corp., effective Sept. 15. 
| wie, anh POL rar arnaem The raises add about $10 to the 

y ye ° et retail prices of Emerson sets. 


run with so~<alled bright young 
men who are 100 per cent for 
the planned efonomy. As part 
of a studied campaign to sub 
stitute socialism for free enter- 
prise they want to discredit 
private business management 
if they can. They use their 

sitions to create. dissension 

tween Government and busi- 
ness, to spread fallacies regard- 
ing business, and to harass 
business with complicated and 


Hal Dietz, vice president in 
charge of sales, said higher 
manufacturing costs made the 
increases necessary and other 
models may get price hikes 
next month. 


New TWA Network 

NEW YORK (®#—Tfans World 
Airlines announced it has o 
dered a Nation-wide electron 
reservations network that will 


conflicting regulations and 
litigations.” 


supply agents from coast-to- 
coast with up-to-the -second 
e Chicago industrialist flight space information. 
asserted that almost every’ The new system, to be built 
community relies largely on by General Teleregister Corp. 
business people for leadership will keep track of seats on do- 
in civic affairs, “including mestie flights for 31 in 
moral backing and. financial advance and on overseas flights 
sponsorship.” Said he: for six months, TWA said. 
“Politicians often out-pro- 
mise businessmen, but when 
it comes to performance, the 
businessman is the one 


- 
: 


Aircraft Leasing Firm 


; NEW YORK w—Kuhn, Loeb 
ae an © & Co., investment bankers, an- 
nounced formation of a corpo 
, ration to own and lease air- 
GE Marketing Plan craft and related equipment 
SYRACUSE N. Y. #—Gen-to Overseas National Airways, 
eral Electric Co. has launched Inc., of Oakland. Calif. Over- 
@ new marketing program to seas Airways carries freight 
increase sales of transistors and passengers between the 
and rectifiers following a price West Coast and various coun- 
tries in the Pacific. 


Auction Sale Ordered 
ABINGDON, Va. #~—A _ ref- 

eree in bankruptcy has ordered 

Th "that the holdings of Lincoln In- 
 dustries of Damascus, Va., be 


cuts apply to prices charged 
to radio supply distributors 50.4; ""e* liens, at publie 


‘and equipment manufacturers. 


pany reduced transistor prices 
by about 8 per cent and 
t silicon and germanium| 
ers down to about the 
same level as other dry recti 
fiers of the same rat 


Scena; tes Padeiitien Government Bonds 
, ntw 
Hynes Bros., appliance dis- tt 

tributor here, is conducting a “4. 

three-day fall showing which 1-25 

will end today. For the first '?™s 

time the firm is offering a 30-} 2" 

to 90-day extended credit plan mas 

for dealers according to Presi- S27)" % | dee 

dent John Hynes. on 


Bickford to Speak — 
Hugh .C. Bickford will, be Ly 4 
goons speaker at a dinner meet- 1-24, 
ing tonight of the D. C.« Insti. t-2%s 
tute of Certified Public Ac-|f21™ 
countants in the Mayflower tis 
Bickford is director of 17" 
Tle. 72 
1-2'98 
1-3¥es 


— 

=2 
7a 
= --s 


Seucsiec 


232s” atten, | eee + | Ot te 
—_ 


ZR *" "ss eussexzzees~ 


-y 
ee te Oe ee et ne et 


Seexexussas®= 


bah iM eee RRR ee Oe 


Seaseeeeersts 


Sg222222c2e82 
PEPEEEEEEEEEE. $44. - 4 


dedubdubsbutsteted tot 0 


stitute. 


Emerson Ups TV Prices 
| NEW YORK, &—Price in- sete ice 


| 


% Foley, Fla.; mill; for retirement D e * S ecurity P r ices 


ale “ 
Ar 4) of $9 million in short-term debt 


| Yesterday's secerity oe the Wesh-)Ueles Trost Ce 
lecton Stock Unshoage francs. of the Poinner : 
\phleSeRtiners Steck ixciage 


MISCELLANEOUS 
Ter OF 8 W Gp ist onde 


Amer tee & Tr (1.28)... 
Wet'l Sev Tr (f. 
Sudvrbas 


—) 
= 
Ra- 


4 


i 


Total sales 


: 
: 
| 


! 


ago $7,110,100. 


: 
i 
#f 


eee ee 


cigagl tty § 


ined tia 


#2 F2 FF FFSFS: 


~ 
~~ 


BESS 335332" =s88g0g 


patS5SE*3°=8"839 
S8agge3j92832-yegszge y325 


seuecedcnecau=usccecs zse2 


Harriman Ripley & Ce. 


att ye 


hia, big 
sileuusSecc®deecce- fu cxtexs 
g599°939°59°*°9533952209923 


| Beptember 13, 1934. 


Blyth & Co. Inc, Eastman Dillon, Union Securities & Co. 


(and accrued interest from September 1, 1956) 


Glore, Forgan & Ce. 


W. E. Hutton & Co. Kidder, Peabody & Co. 


Lazard Frives & Co, Lehman Brothers Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane 
Sesith, Barney & Co. Stone & Webster Securities Corporation White, Weld & Co, 
Folger, Nolan, Fleming-W. B. Hibbs & Co., Ine. 


Johnston, Lemon & Co. 


4 r 


) Cash 
: : 
. 

’ 


THE WASHINGTON 


“ 


~ 


. 


POST and TIMES HERALD 


e 


| Steels, Aircrafts 


Thursday, September 18, 1956 


ae ‘Fully Adequate’ 
teas ; 3 Rated ‘Fu q 
“By Bi Mieate hoide ° \wiag 80 =. 1 2% 28% a 
BP Mab ae Re cat 3 inorfawest 32 3 18 % 1 3 38 ¥ 
| Sri es ae | e inertaest | 3% ae sa ee : a. 4 t. 12 w—St ebaker-Packard ee 
Associated Press | \Ne Am ay ft "2 «62% a SOUTH BEND, Ind. Sept. g capital with whic 
hares: ‘Necast Cap 1.128 taal olin Tex&Pac os 3% 29% 29% $50 million in wor hill. com- 
Total sales et year rn e O Nor Central me af ie|ten, uti 1.28 4 im 2s aaa * has Sccappory ringette Bors program, Harold E. Churchill, 
day 1,920,000; SSC wor ® 1 1% 2h 1 2M ‘i out ST 
re 2368 910; two years age O trie |e Sie decay 18 1 TTS TS Eek te RE Sane alt COTeY cident, sald today. 
ons7.140; Jan. 1 to date 401, 70 cents to $181.50 with the — Ke Pe pense ee OR TN rate my ite 1% 126..., lero rchill spoke at @ press! : Named 
o36973: 1955 to date 470,894,135; ¢ 12 wH—The stock market | hy os $1.00, the rails down 30 cents ‘nert vw * . . ae } " ise mii8 4 rood oe 2 demonstration of the 1957 _ Kettering 
ee d oe x oe afen straight seasion Stnapite | the utilities dewmtravgnt day American Tele jwest Air, Wf Soy se eta ar a te et wot Studebaker cat vt the com- For High Awar d 
“ — | er 4 aircrafts failed to For the third strat ve list. It was off |New ide pti.20nd 2 time 81%+t+! lenorts type mode 
a a rally by steels an vored issues lost | ded the miost-active . as -—_~Oo-— tek RBar 3a 8 8 .....\ePor™ roving grounds. He told 
Dow-Jones Stocks the rest of the list and fa | a 112% on 60,700 shared co “95 '500 jgnle tal Nae ria teem rage Yona 2 Telede —" + Pe We 1 a pany’ 2 representatives of The Society of Industrial 
12: , | their steam | tocks ranged from | * L. Martin, up 1 at 40% 2% at [oft Cicend oe ter 102, 102, ...,.\Tran WORM gy yy a7 374— Wisome levision and radio esterday announced 
ou aa ee Close Net Ys, Losses among appt moderate trad- | peed Third was Charles Pfizer, UP ig eee ty Mee Melt cont 1.a80 a hyp withe press, natin 8 financial re-\thst Charles F. Kettering has 
4 - , 0 ' i . Match ; 
> ~ 4 ay aa 13878 4 . 4 nyo oe eunerally. alee his | el ag wa ry? downside were Stand- ‘Ohie Ov {ne ped am oo ei) Aer 3 ™ = A eto we considered “fully been chosen to a se ortaliet 
15 stile 68.95 S842 Shee ose8 — 082) ing. OM light improvement tow , Heavily trade on 1%, Gulf Oil Off 3, lore Gee 178 ft The tame 18+ Weiteng Set 128) +m te” to carry out the pro-\-roun’s award as “in 
stks 175.75 176.37 4 in overages © With some 5 irerafts and selected is- | il (New Jersey) off 1%, casting- ‘outa Gat piso j 17% Tve— Ve\Tung Sol pf2.18 2 Me 2 2% .... |adequa the Year.” 
ca viensrns 2.9, farms, WM close, some SPST Ming ranging to about | A hutch off 1%, oy erican Dee Radiator |e fest 1 ins we item cry te 2 1m Ihe Tat eran program already has ot secretary of Detense Charles 
stilities, 34,408, rs sues em don | Paramount off % 4 ! Oliver eo Va Twin Coach % 2% 2% —'2) e bed as one designed|p. Wilson served as © airm : 
apon. den’s statement in Lonaon | a % tals were |dliver_ pf4.s me 48a 6 Mt VOlTHL Oil = ‘been descri back on &lof an award board which me 
atti atc cies) igh Lew _ Clase Chg. Prime Minjster Ede ; in the steels | a tty Non-ferrous me otis Elev 2 5% 51% S8%+1¥8) - U— et the company ac last Monday 
——— signal for rise _ | Rails were spotty. : ‘Outh Mer 1.380 gh a aw %.....\t0 & rations|in Washington 
De ew og od kt the advance had little tad | almost unanimously sow news of its 2for-1 |owers tet Re mm 71 = i a g 4 im 2% 23... profitable re *Churehill and selected Kettering andi. 
prdett L ui ” Van ws -— ae behind it. The news that ae Bye ew | Lehman gained 1 Cudebaker gained %4 fol- (S°m pap 1.008 1 Mla Ste Mie Te Ae fc Le ka sim by the _ a heiee sharp ré-|more than a score of ¢ 
Anpett | ‘7 17% 17% thusia: sa ritain and France k split proposal. , heavy-duty | -— P— ‘yaBagcPap 1.20 19% 116%—1% said it con d\dates 
asc vest : ss 34+) Crates is joining Britain send traffic | stoc it is entering the he ie 4 11% 11% 11% % tae 2zse 17 120% 1 ate Ve) ¢ manufacturing an : f America’s 
‘et 4 +> ei * ization to ¢ menire | lowing news Pac Am Fist % Ma 448 $5 ih 2% * » duction 0 Kettering, one © 
Aer ind pt 258 i; oe lt international | org ‘Canal appeared to inspire pain Ser for the first oe wasgeneral- \re fe 2. 2 ae we me we | on an Me Piaistribution costs. To Mg greatest inventors and engl 
AF we ee = 2 Sia We Bet 9) through the e than extreme caution on tne | The American Stock Exc i i 12 3% 37% a= Sige Le Tre atta Set | this, he said, there will labor|neers, is now & director and 
bases wate 2 2% 2 tl an traders and avers th same hum- | ly lower. te bonds were narrowly mixed in Pee a ‘ m8 ‘is Tre ante ue tl " as ‘es hts ore net one extra mes me nell on Sa of General 
Adams si 1 Ot 2 | Cp ed at aroun e Corporate ent bonds were mY? eee 127% 1274 Tan Ue Ot Cat 2.408 2% 8 + space or machine. Motors Corp. 
™ 17% 17+ Volume stay ions, totaling 1,930, | , ding. US. Governm re TET pte 1518 195M 125% T2SNet HO Doan GF mM M&M...) e id the agree 
Admiral | © lee ie Wie level of recent session™. esterday. | active tra ounter market. Pac 18 5 i 8 MF... i ee ae | Churchill sa 
1 4 We Ws 1 LL) drum lev Ath 1,920,000 yester | al in the over the c Pac Tin 48 ’ 1T%— Ve Us Pee 7h We N+ which Curtiss 
a ah & Se compared wi ; ' tocks higher in : siiniiedbelll ——— w air 20 16 17% 17% Ue Tank © 1.88 m% 24— “% ments under Colt 
aw : * + 3 3 —% 000 shares press average of 60 § “Wah Lew Close Chg. Pe* # : 1S 95% 84% Oe? ce pir Lin 1.58 31 29% 3 = ve k over management New York on 
19% 19% The Associated i (168) High DY _——— |Past EPL set SS Me 17 1 ee ire ooh 8 1 —2 | Wright too rd early in Sept. 12 @—Cottes teteres 
pice| Pree 1 nm 2% 19 ——— TN - ante ats ‘Pank ow . 6s 2 1% 1% Aire pf 4 a an udebaker-Packa e new a iewer te 78 costs 
tmeg 8 Oh im snet te| em) Wien _tow Cone Ss) nO TO EMPLOYERS ‘jacete nes S = ilnne be tase 18 mo S oa ky ae oo © th Nugust bolstered the aay $35 hae teen the. previews C1000. a mat C8, 
“ _ ————— us - 2 ou 3 ~ Rest ot ** \eait . * *%....| . ition . Open = igh hae 
ae it wis & B-. titte 11t2— Ye ” 1% ons j uch 7 3h, 35% 25te— Ye lPark so 15 14% MM MM. ne cig we .t7e 12 Te t%— pany’s cash pos | snennne- 4 
aten 8 8 se a ee oon @ 2 7 ee hak 8 18 : om aN save— Ve Pormelee Tr 18 122 12% 12— We ce ’ me we This resulted from the erne® 33.88 ne pene 8 
es ind 18 103% 1 TN ES giapes 2.70 18 37M jewel Tes 2 ; 3% Site—The Peas COM og 3 re S282. Ue Bye & ch 14 13% 1288 12 Yi million. urchase by Be... ne te in ne + i 
aties C8 » : 4 ns -% ce " le sa ba) ce ALA oes Mae ” “ SS 16% Tete— Ve Penick 5 — ; 1% 307 307s — “ os A Coal 1 ? 2478 24% 2 ve leasing or outright p March seeee 3.08 33 88 1.74 7.55 2 
Allied Wills ? 193 aoe 49 Wa— Me =~" t ‘m= 7? 8% 4 10 ogha 5 jehe 1.400 2 i oe) sete um “ Peat Ceal of 1.28 4 “0 39’s 8%— ra E i , a 4 15% 15% we hy aft company of assets may eeeeeer 33.78 ee) 0.53 33.81 ” 
Atied Stirs 3 7 soe mo +h ce "en oe m. o. jones & A 18te 79 50 sava 88ia—1ie Penis T 1 88 37 38% 38% 37%+ % — ~. ; ao a oe a the. aircrat’ the car com-|isly ..---- 33.98 52.98 32.85 32.908 s 
ailis Chal 2 vente tome tte CN UO Te 8 AN jens A pf 8 att i oe — te Penn Dix 1 85 12% 17% 12— STN CL cy 1.50 18 St¥2 ive Me™ Wg facilities of the Och ...... sees 32.95 32.85 ieee +18 
pitis Ch oo ‘oe , pa 138% 138% — ‘9 | Flees 1 | 4™ dey i | 1. 13 026 Pena Tex 39 ; 2% —“s Ua a 2 ? us 40% 405s eee! ; Packard division. Bee. ..+0t: one oft 1s. he Mominal. 
ails Ch pt 3:29 | eats tet te CIT Tm ae 52 Os a ee Pena Tex pft.60 tu 87% Wt Oe ce er 1 8 8 C8 pany 4 newsmen to-|, Middieg set 
‘ ec is * sate 130%e—18 Ct me «§ 62% Ye Penney, JC 14% 14% | Wait i 2 1 1 1 Churchill told mn BB. 
Aim te 2800 18 Nee 11Sme—19 ya bag 1 2% Kaiser Al ee Fe 120 121. —1% Penar “Te es 8 wet ti 18 1% 1% wi eid the marketing phase of the| 
pest tants? Os coy Se ot A Om tier, HPS | ty ae ai Py wD SS oe eS me, Be comeback program fs desiened| Foreign. Exchange 
? “1 lark 2 ? 4 4% 4.58 120 107% 1 ‘VKlus 6 ‘ v— ve with a hig 12 W—Fersign Exchenge 
amersta 2 8 eee aie Hie~ cee PtP, oe kas C PBL ma 2 2 Pa POL oft ; se 8 —% M 1.2m 33 20% 20% “to provide dealers KEW YORK, Sept. York 
pa hictie 750 NT nate am eT ise 210 185% AC PEL OSS nt (OMe S811) Pa PAL pt 4M * 73 23%... US Oe ot 288 2 Aile Atle Stet Bito D ‘ve line Of products irstes: Cansdian Geller is Kew Dee 
am Goker 22 2 ws me ue oe ae kon ¢ Ses 3 15a “250+ Ye Pa RR 148 im o2 —1 (US » ~~ $3 1% 1% 1+ * competitive ‘market 29/32 per cont premium 
ieee ee ae gh em ay, 8 i me Pt AE tS" he eS ome wee, Ee at Fale, tee th gt SR Bm fine for 1057 and 1968 and Ove eet bat ae eae a ne a 
o~ so © \eman 2 am ns OU RE s 22 usrips & F OY. “o-% then the de ' 
ae we 2 ae ¢ 1 Kelsey Nay 22 135% 134% 135 — ‘4 Peoples Gas “Ue —\ \ts pay ca 4 2 OMe streng to deal- |cest. 
po teed Tse 7) NS ue el open 1800 8 42% Kennecett 6s 11 47¥e 46% 46%— Va Peoria 8 E 2.800 4 ve US * 3] 18% 29% Yization with assistance | 
Am Grshes 120 Oo me iT 1 — Cee cols As Aes lhere Geese 00 11 S18 Sete Sia—t \Pepsl Cole ta 40 ON tae amet wis Cue 29 ye ee et their business operation 
an 04 Por CU msm 1% 2%— coca cam 3 s 3% 3% S044 Kerr McGee oe * 2% 2 m+ f 1 * 4‘ us ha : r770 157% 57 «157%+ ers in 1 markets. $1 
an coe eS ae ae... OR OE se 1 18% Kine CN ise 2 MMe 28h het We Prizer 140s MR OS Ogg — Us Smet ee i Mutual Fund Plans 
om . 4? <a" =m % Cel ; 7 27% King Soot 258 17% T7a—~ Ve Phelps © 3.580 40 , 3 ~% Us 5 95 ue 87 sT%+! 
A ee ee ee Kepeers 25000 wie— VaiPails C188 8 + vy/US Seek Te, a t5t¥e 180 13-1") Commodity Index , for INCOME 
ae $ 5% 3) SMetl lc gg ak eee Oe Tou) High Low Close Che \Keppers wD) cing 27% 27%.....\Pail & Rie 22 20% 2¥2 2WY— ine Tee 1.28 3 SS on i 12—The Assecisted Press) chie advertisement with 
a ae Wierun Sein S MSS ONS ake te punce pe Oe Th TE "Ge gard TBE Te Eke We letnmad easton pry tase ot 1 IL yur wand, she adreneetae Vout 
Am Ce Tite 78% Te ce ces 8 ? os 1% 18 45% 4580 SR..-: uae Str 2 pt 26 1 %) today declined te month | 7° . income. 
Cyne 3 38 ~— i Bet & = Pict 1.28 12 2% uy Kreebler 1 3 3% 2% S2%+ Ve Philip Mer ; nn MM St% s7%+ % Si.4gaxd 2 52% 82 % 303.87 mM, tions tom ey mere 
pe biti 128062 TS oie 18% eal Pict pf 4.29 258 78% a eer 2 | Pritt 17 unt sve Gite Ce—1¥0 00H" en a 1 Me oe MR ow "173.18 seas | ee investment Co. 
tacaes Mos n -% 78 ada is 31% -—L— Pillshy Mills 2.58 gprs: vei : ua 0% 4%— Vs age 181.42, your ass | 1884 
po tats ye 3 a 4 n+ eA . 1 & 37% hestets ees vod 2 teve a ns wee Ove -_ B oe on 284 tan rod \ 1m Ss 8 Th "ee 171.4 4 A 01 16th St. NW. ST. 8-2078 
xpert 1% 4% . Eng 1.12 | 1 end = : om | ee ae . an ee 
seer ta Ta Ie WES cree 28S ae ene Ss ee eee ee kek maeeee’ 
few 38 2 ee sted Com SON n stve— 98 Les yi | oe HOM Yh pe Ferg 1.28 3 18% 1 tia Vee Nore 1 ave 4% %- % DIGES 
Me Kiet ‘ioe jms rs A em eee ee A ea a ie 
Ae % 11%- * is 1 "n 4 ™~ WW... 1 
a ee cm | tongeieum is 8 he eee vol fat 1 S da. sme sree Wite pon et 175 a9 at Vick cen rs So ow ..- A MUST for Investors—Indicating market hoagie 
va Cig 1 1 — “ Front —% ub V Cie. vy Va ie 8 2% — ay Vick S&P ot 1% 193/- 
Am Metal 508 i Wa MC te | 7 ils We Tf i ‘eben Voi RR 1.20 § 17% 17%. 1 , . 19 3378 sun 3 dends, Price range 
An Met Pet ir ee ee 4 1 Ge Oe Snr oles > 9 15% 15% Te © le $9 S2¥a See S2VetTl? pittsten Co 1.208 15% 15¥e— Me viet GS $0 “ ting, earrings, divi : ks. 
, ; 4 ' os 46 105% 106 => 2 Freedt Cp 7% 42% % Lebeee 3.580 at 18 ~ op Viet Ch W pts es -% rating, nlisted stoc 
he het" 2 Si are sien ee tmcrm W< fms ‘ape astm me Lam ON teense tm, hee We he roa dem ae a OD ates TE 3.1 ond other Information on listed and u 
am News 1 > anf 2 Hs 1s —_ ~Y - % wv t% — © peerhCe yen : “ “4% = : 
Bs fap hab ome He See ah Tg SUS rs ee Eg My oh ow uN te oe WL Me lay chy tet Ee Om 1 Oy eu 0 ee aan 0S 
. 7 it =—-%*% " Ges 1 ta Ve Gar, OE 12, 112 —t lige & My & = so 2 5% 8 > Ry is 6 - ve GS U , 
be Sat Rat 380 ; 17%4— 1 es = 5 sa me 1 . re 147 148%e 147 — 12 prect & 8 1. o-"’ : «6 ENIN 
Se ee re ee ee eee Ae ee te a me 4 Bm LAR IE], open saTURDAYS © EV 
ml eee Site Site “* coccem Pw? ' tam _ Ws Link Belt 2.400 a 3 ™ ' _ 
Am Smelt 2.25e 8617 S28 =f in mm wi H 120063 We Om — % 2 17) «(te 17 + pseee pf ft. vy Wat Vs -—wW 
seas ig? EM “ta aa eps peas ccm tm Tage TES dO ae OM let en i ty ‘oe Ohl et Ok ooh et Sl weet Kreecer & NEWITT 
Am Seolt 1483 ; a oa ro— V2 ones ; 1‘ i 8% 8% “e Gordner Ore 240 5 n _ al List hire 2480 48 Site 50% 0% % ps te pf 3.59 7 om au .... Walder? 7". u 18% 1% 1 ONES, 
a ee oe te Mas yarn teite— Me Gartner Den wl 2 US inet Wilewns tn i eave te ee, "Feu aee 17 206 20\e 8Ve— Wo Weluerts, 1S 2 1si2 1s eng other Leading & 
be ea? og EM, Ts Re eet Ek" hes are wo eer y yt Hah ty RL Uae Oem tam Oe Sek SRLS te ke ae da Eee Beg ae ah em NL amary MY Stock fnchones 
, ‘ it “ 1 : zn ce 1 viaGinia 
a “ a. -— He mP— ve ae ts ms 8 8-1 oo = ts a ah 190% 198%+! = 7 ‘7 is. mm ET Ne on 1.280 y Nee bd were : a. 10 3 7% a 1 -*% Pie ap hets lite ae 
6% ™ Gendmis ~» isex Bell A 2. ge wm 2%- ¥ las 18 = sal w 
ga tar ct wt WTS wie Wet Geskmiran 2.000 21 ORl2 Mee Oe ist Ut 1.18 8 22% 22M 226... oe oxte 1 6 8 3M I ? 2 Mia 2 2N— N Suilding Rethesde Alexandria 
he toe : "= + i Cen Sak 8 1 om” ee 48 (ite 18 18% 18% 1 HO st OM 2 1 30% 20% 2%..... Wash Gas mums 6% Cotritz 700 
ate pee mein ft . i oxé rite 138 128 ~. tere 130% 137 + - i — Wash wet Fe ‘% 2% 24+ ve St, WW. O1. 4-3000 a. 8-5 
fm Waege iste 22 we See S| 15 Most Active Stocks cu tx» te 1 9 1h oy ore een manw|Rth 8 a sim om am Nine ik W7L7-57OO——_tuke Weley, Mloide, 2-125 
owes ale i gg rea Ben oi wt? os ee Rca 3.00 : io ee 18a Ve werkt Cp 880 ° on 37Me—1% : 
dm we pt 137 TS iin Wie 18te— Yo) Bree ee Oe ster: : Geo Cig 1482 SO ome te +t | What Stocks Did (Tita'tu 3 Be ee Yeiwes gs, pt 24nrise 47% 47% 
Aa Tee 1 a4 82% 8+ oa Jes'oe Tel & Tel ae fIMl— © Gen Cie pf? me sity 18%e— 9! t toc + 14 37a 36% 38Ve— V2 Wes >= 
ot 38s 37 Wiet te) SOT UR ine GL aes] Th een Cont of Oe ot tie ee a fl Wee Tees. 0 Vee 20 $13 He i Oe ee 
_ wit Me 180 Ota fi lt 75 200 Pricer Chas pon ‘Sat ise open 3 OL sit Sti ohare. its caghomeannniein 2 on m 10 ise Siem ania peah_ pft.Sent ne 108 188 1m +.%| : 
. ' — i of & Mes sccceel & Oya ee te 2? bt Va Pulp 1.00 
Aager ? ‘ 3 ets 1% —1% ae G1% +1 Gen Elee s 81% ae Declines > Rt * 18 12% MY 24- Ww Ve a. . o 
re 7 ws _% 2 iT + \e finan 00 1 1% 18% ~* 1153 «(1128 i + 16v— 16¥a 18¥e~ Yew Va P pf 4 . 2% 
apa Pred . 2S = wa te) 2 see steed ou Mi set's ee wim Ow ee oe ba fed 1 ited Sh  ...: \West Ale . ey aM cade). eu 
Arch ? . : = im 2 + is 300 Gait Oi! pm Py Gea a B Lng —1% _ ae jesnbedethd os 8 a pf 3.5end 0 61% = dog lied see -— ” 8 W ASHIN 
5] 1 ‘ it — 
brpes Com Tse 8 2S Ne Gane to] Aah net poet Wee its eT ae ee ee west Mary 2 oS ie MUTUAL j 
Armce Sti 1000 Oe ig 17m 17— 4, 47 pen Texas 6 Sulpt S4%- Met 1.300 a m8 «616 61 + —e Revere C 11 «7 OM o%.....\west Ua Tel 1 of 2 fe d investment in 
omy - . rm 4 3% wet Ne 11,408 Rope .~ Sl +% «(See 4 oan 3 sa 81% Vist 64 t ame -™ p44 Se alae -s 3 10% 0% 1 noes Westg A BR 1 3 — INVESTORS Ze& a meee high grade come 
_ ps A ; . : ° 
ce aE Ming Sie Stet MH] Yu senultes Core ee ee ee 70 te oe on colected for 
tee ris... | shenecam Beest eT ee a Mn \her Teh ot Ase eam iM TT" ialnest stl pt D228 tng 05s Tee mon stoi id long-term 
‘ 6 17% 17% - ~~~ , “~ % . _ _ | Tes ... whirl 1. : ' an e 
awe a i Te core we He Me rt 18 37% 37% TT... ikem et 3 oi Ge Valente dest 100 3 28% > income ‘bilities from 
a oe 6 10 8 Te ai ai coat cops 20 108 tee W4te 18. + Me Gee ty sig 240 7 OM 4 srl ite Macy 2 aa -~ in 1 — io mnsenslan, 1 i 1% 2 <1 |white Net toed nie 100 erent) : Funds in the 
ws ‘ - 1 a 3% 2 a 4 “Rien “a +1 (White Mpc fT ok (Oetf... f rus 
17a “S Cont Cop pft.2s Se— %e Gen fetes 2 as su -*% vt 7 Me m% M%..... rT) 4 a% i 1h " 1 Investments tor 
atchis pt sew 7) lyn 22 22. \eont Mat tee 18 SS RE Re TT te | Atta a Se” ages Cop 470 6 118 saa yy Ringel OF 2 ate ate 148... \Wilear Oil we 4 18 .....| District of Columbis 
Atl City EL 1202 ES cols Sirti Cot Gn 22te «= 12 127% 121 TO Oe ee Sa) Sr Ste fe Magerver, 1S Se ie eee Mat Ale ot ase 2 23 — Velwitsee & Ce 3 2% 2% Dh ndersigned 
actu mm Ws — Stet VS Cont Sti 1.580 s 1% “1% cy ates Te 2 oo Ss | Mensti & 1 *& be Se— vo OO ee +e % 24 29%..... \w Disle mn 3 2% 3 t%+ ed from your dealer or the w ¢ 
Atl Cot tine 2 t Shs Te tte Crepes 10 2 —1\C Tie oS ee ee eons 160%— te Mandel | Bree ie wn yan yen — Pe 29% Wise Ot 7 Ze 2% Bet ctus may be obtained Ir 
Ati Getie 2 oa o% ee +m ter 150 “aw @ 8 5 Gen Tire pt 4.58 1200 180% 187% oi Maree OH te 3 . 33 ie Reet > ne aa a 7 wise P Sv 1.28 3 32. 31% 31-7 Prospe . 
a = mt L Ba Ys Cope 4 ry y- +4 4 —-S ee = EF  * ” 4 a Tent —— s,* - ot ihe 18%... ~~ te 1 Ose 7 = 4 gti ne * a - ~ == JOHNSTON, LEMON & Co. eater 
Cont 1.008 § 21a The “cu te cee B 120 2 2% 2% 2 se le m iw ie 8 we to ie 67TH OM Rotary £1 8 1 103% 103%—11) Wrigity 32 | i ‘g-Baltimore Stock Exc 
| 4% Getty Of 2. se Seu Ve Mare i —1 | Det 280 181 105% ) ber Philadelphia 
avce Wig mn ot %e— Te Corning GI tad 1 Ss 7m ve Gillette 2a Hi ; %y Marsh Field 2 " ‘% a2 +1 ifte 9 1% 3 -~Y— Member SAPH ' 
"ht eee ve 3 2% Ter eee 1.00 1) 27 Tt Sole ve Marsh F piers rise O2 Oils OF, Te — ™% 1% M4 % site 20% Wht Ve 115 NO. ST. A ' 
- R pons Coséee rst " 5% S% S's Gr ; 1 3% S's ‘se Martia oft am «440% 1. TY OP isonet Yates Tow 148 5 ; . | ERN BUILDING VA 
ee eo ere ‘eo i we BS it | rh we mee me m ies et te — 3S an awit 8 ro 2 on wh. “it WASHINGTON 5, D. C- st <nsaraes tits 
13%e— “Me Cr ‘se 8 mn 7% sa eee. 2 at sie 8 HF Yogst S$ Or 1 | ) rospectas on 
Sold Lime eu + Ve Crane 3.75 ee ee ’ be eee eee ee se (1818 «6138 «(138 29 4 111% 108% TIT+IM 5 4 me without obligation » i 
Sot GE Be. <) 183+ Se Crm of Wh 108s 2 Rie os +1 (Gonld Bat 1.78 Sh%) S8%G+ Me Maydst pf 1 1 29 «29 — He Safe St CPE On, gale OT 219 Zenith Rad 2.20 re STORS FUND. 
at : eS m8 yo joe “at Fa ree 6 13% ie i ie arene a 2.48 . = 1s Ki Maytag on . ss = + niin re gg us a > ya a s—Usit of trading ten shares Of sales INVESTOR ll 
‘ let Jj v 4 \ 7 ™ 10 \ ‘ so 1 “x } sen ccsscosegesoosooorerrerne” 
era ain, | Se Mt Be Seams Pecan omy Mea ea Se eSB BS RNS Rie, "See BSE te te hm MIS, eam te, eee wame neers nm | 
—_ f 1 — “Ss “ 143 ay Bh anaual deciarstion. seegecsesepeooodreoorrr*9® Ate 
jerter oH 2500) ns aed. te Gree St. 3 188 rd Wir I~ % Gran C Stl 1.780 ‘ th 37¥2 37M te Be u? ets £. cw ee 118 285 =, i quarterly of somisnnual pone | ay errrrrrr irs. eeewareneeree ? i -— 
we Se rk. oie 6 + 1 ce Oe ime 9 1% 16% a Siem te ' *& ee 2 1 We amet Wet Pop 2 2 52% SI gibt f= etherwine ested. seeciel of ' -—=— - — 
barker ‘ ~_ 6+ a We ma es Xt 1 . oe are incinded. ean enae I 
ane wh 2 1 ale Ne SAND S ote a to tae 8 Sth Fe am 8 ho oe 4 1% 1 Wea Ye Geeehioe extra or extras, Dohaneal ruts 
se fee 22e 3 ST Sie tees Pres ME ne ee eS ee. Metall Str 1.80" ee eed tims t Se \piet ey ples stock Gividend. 9—Deslared 
jest FA ot 450 108 T8is The re et Se ST STM... Gt West 8 rip 139% 128% 11-1 1s 3 2h 2 I i ie 68h Oh OS se tar this year. Payable 
a eee wve—Tie Gt Wests pt] + eve 27% iT % Mew ~~. oe we Bie ‘Scott "“ 3T shea” wx ess estimated cash value) n 
jeckmen lest 57 8 1e%— V2 Corton Wr f13e 1 Soe we % * na @ d3\e—T¥e Belesee OF ioe isp SB B..... ‘Seevilt an 2.58 38 38 31M 372... | ... » e aces Oy wos es 0 
coch Aire Ste 13, 27% “cetss As OS Sere, Sela Se reeet TAR 240 7 MS Sie 1 serene “ 3% wie St 19 16% 18¥2 18Ve— VON last year, B—Deciared wf paid) 
ee ee ee 1ite— ve Cutler & 2 ¥ Greyrouet 1 31%) 31vet VelMerek 8 2118 110 110 — ¥e Sead Fines ‘ 67% Te eier stock dividend or spit op. B08 
Se ie & ue ae Be him | 1% cron, hice gD Te ~ Lt a ge is 8 8h oe ‘iw im | = claret or paid te re arrears. 9—Paid) estin in common stocks, for 
on kee ee ee ae mS ay tire te 3 Met Cas rie sete whe i Sears oe oe —1\slissat wih aed omitted, eetoreé 81 Take this business of investing 
at 7 7 i 2a % str 1 8 th % Sat Oh 2 sort Ve Meste we ee ee 12 4 «3% Tie action taken at last dividend , 
eect Fis 1 ; ee a tem . a, ied \ oul Sta Ut 1.00 Met Et eS 57% 57 (STeet_\Servel 1100 44¥q HYG Ma BNE ee or in 1858 pies te] =example. 
jengeat v2) 2 2 — 3 ppt 2s tm oe - 5 — saan Sut 150 26 26% 20% 2 Teservel pf ee aa eee Perabo. ta stock “4 oeds. 
— See 8 oe ot * ee mo a We ie Wie "sat Prt ‘a 3m 2. i at 240 12046 138% Tat Saree ® St 22st 17 ay am ON exenteration as. yriigeltatig G+} = On ve ity to put your money to 
eth Steel 6588 85 187% + = fecca . 3 0% 2 2e— \ Mall “yA 4 iy ve iets Mie OW ae se 33% 32% 12% —¥q Shattuck .. + 2 22% 22%... ot tx Gvidest. séle—tx The portun! { th ast 10 
oth Sti ot ? 1 192 1 % +e in n + * wamil Wat “| viet we ie +1 Miner 6 CHC. 14 Bite 80  \Sheatt P 1. i asad | el o—fx ‘rights. rw—Withest where the record or tne 
Re et ee on a ee ee ee ln i rons shows you might reasonably <> 
, 39 »— — 1% 1 ” i ‘ e 
ioe fee Ty . ” a1" +l 6 oes mow 259 13 = _ = — = is 1M Me MM ae FF ay 14 6 MY a ee $3 2% 2% - sollvery. nin. < y of 4% 5%, 6% on your 
ee ee Sink mS ar Maree,” ug “See Me oe Sree Te ee PT — eae anty—iie) tim Danhraptey yy cach. companies pot oe , 
A 1 1 Mpg Sth Cpt aR. Tie Oe je ee a -» 87 Gite Ge Site Ma) ot OF | beve 
jon hei ty 1% 15+ pe Vitis 2 ee let BB sm OS mt} eee en fm nh i ee an i. Sois— tie) Np" invest have a chance 
a eget ote Ghee eo fe me ME un oo tm Se ee Names eT ime ime I Re Me me bs Be BETS Grain | Where the dollars you rae 
a . ‘ : " 
eric ® ge ge ae ea iat 3 as he at we a SR oe BSG ee Sel} ye Be Roe be toe BS Be Oe Sl cucsan om a femme with American industry — can. multiply 
os (tain (7.58 $ _ 4 ~- tb aioe owt 7 Wie M% er s, Wecht Ce ee ee +1 St 61% Site to Secor” ‘ 11 27% 226 22¥a—~ Vicast for tor the yellow grain spit : t want them for a co ge 
von sire 58 3 1% “a ote Cus 2 u 5% #4 7% force! et 5 % “4% “em % Mohesce int mn on nny Se Car En 1.00 3 27% 274 TA Dida sheat?™% cents at the worst, a better retirement. 
yiag Brass 250 18 Atle OF os 1 peneck 1 eS oj Menage rt ee ee ae He Se PR Be OS aay te i Mo contract failing mest. See side? , 
yidg Brass 225 | te tet % Be pei wm wm ieee | 7 7 oe 1 1 OM... (See Ce UES 2 OF aie aie 21M... (the toward the clese bet ether On the other 
riggt Mt 1.280 5 a nes) ay, “6 ~ 4 ee ; 3 37% 37% 37% % Monarch ise 8 21% 28% Te+1% Seuthers 1 604 MM 1% 3%... tember rallies it at sbest the Gay's lows. select 
St 1m? ST!2— %¢ peng Aire 22 8632 AY it ee RR ee 28s aaa Na) Se8 Net SD 21 36m 084 Bet Ve deliveries teclines ie = Risk. Risk that the companies you 
+ oe Sete 35%... cee chem 1.10r, 72 eve 14% Tee {i neyten Oot 42718 05 Mia Beet ‘Mensan ch 18 13 rhe 25ve 28%9...,. See BOs 56 4ita 44 Miva V4) Other coresis Ooh tan icted the selling isk that their divi- 
aly U Gos 2 sw cae tatet i es 3 i 8% Te on 246 11 4% aie SN eiMet 8 OM DL > 47 tte te— 508 Pee ip 8 ite 41% 41%... core. Mowe eyeenns came back strong late fail to prosper. KR 
yours 6 Be tt US ire Seat 1 preerys 100 17 Wi te tl Met ek 18¥a 1802 let WO Mest Pw 11 3) «MM iret (See Pred oa st mest deliverion clasing wit? ay or cut out. 
Pe ee 1 tn We Te... moment | 1 ie Bie Ms... Master 08 AN, TD Tie ame cite... (S08 2), Sh Tame time Ie... the ar, SO dends may be cut down — 
- = We... 1 ee ati |e | 1 ite We Ie...) eh mm oe ed 132 17 21. ete TH + Weismall BAIR 05 ay tower, sory a time of 
~a) o” > ge a NE ; iM ? 1 — ‘eiMenre Me ao & on Spaitee a 1 18% THe Widen) lewer, cats % te. Ye leuer, Risk that there could come 
mone a a Et Lee Sign ws Se ae oe My TR” ee ame Se Slime hm Om ltteer women generally depressed prices for all stocks 
atiart 1 ym Mh Met oon Ut 2 Se! mM —Binemestn ieee. 7 te 3 Ho Mate wie et ay ame Ge isons Chee in im wiv De ats might be forced by 
—se ee et ee a ail t.2te 4 Oe te ot (Mester Br 2 oe te iseerry, Re 8 Sie ie Wet Ml — © —a time when you 
Scams 1 oo ws ee es me 8 OR ee Oe Ul ml Re BP fl m= Sree ease mn 1% 78 — Ve WwHee 1% 2m Te circumstances to sell at a loss. 
Sutter or tte 2 +m t— Motel Ce 5 1% 1 «16%... |\Morray Op r 6 17% 8% WS 12% 129% 212% personal 
1 1% 10% it - ) ind 1 aie a N= 2.8 | 1 | h the 
et a TA ee te ee ee ee ee ben That's why we've never been tempted to overstate 
=O — bast We We— og 102 (182182 Net Acme 20 =~ t! ‘ ; 3 “ae : 2 2 risks. 
ie + cot Cp 1 £m iG iat Yelnonse F pt 48 . = 1 | hirtia 1 13% 3  — see Coil Pe co a eee) ards—or minimize the 
ci mat 1 UT mf hots ie SietivalMense F pts TI Oe cig selet Mme ve 16) (Ne. gts 6 8 a —1¥4 | CORN vest 
ate fF te OS a 48 | 14™% 148 
cue soe am + ime ane ae State tg 4 Se te Sie teleost tae: a 1a si fat eS ie me 8 Su i it 1am Sime weie—tieidee- ee | tame iat That's why we've said time and again, that a home, 
a 2 ss Sty He tes OF ~~ © Ss .....\aoward Sir 7 3S” we 17 Wines Con 18 2 13% 1% 1 ied 8) ee some ee tie tlle enwnens Hy 1am 1 and « fand for emergencies should always 
aay 2 4 ala Ey aan bw "om hl Winst Cab 8 1.18 ae ae. en A 9 ee hy tyson 14% 148% 14% insurance, . 
+ 19" _ Bs. +s a. tN Po enone 
err TERE ee LER ease (SER ES TE RE ee ee Oe om mal ome te believe as we do in the long | 
Comoe 4S + ge 2% m%e— Pe: vee m i MS Ole @ a = on gy at s 1s sms Cw. is ite 1 n er Dec. ovecsese 16%— n But after that, if you au 
Capital Air! MH  M Tine Atle GTN % rstergat t.stend 9 4ita 1 Sits =e eT me 1s «4 Wet Viste Ge MeO T, taMh 16V IMO, soceeens wm EF ie we can't think of « 
Corkeres 1.88 2% 2 cit 12d | =|6— Te OT —-i-_ ~~ 7 1 me 8 + Sls wt He ae ee renee a le future of American business, 
Corey, Pel eS ug 2% e+ Cnet prlsend me a % ja 8 1] 10 2% 2K Bie” Pistol oe, 2% S ee ou mete % Sly. eaananee 1 range dollars than in good 
Core PL 1.1 (mo M —1 cuit ot 3 8 we eT celieake Pe 20 nm 2 way 1 160% 100%: 190%2+ ‘| stevens, 1.1m G4 215 BS Rien ete 1% better lace to put your extrs | 
he ioe ce ee ee ee eh eT ‘oe Lor se | a PR Tl aan rere 2 ale 94 P , 
. Cte 1” “a “a “a + “ cecr ti 11s ’ uM 37% we : TT] Pe 1s 7 wh TY % beets - 5 ’ is , af ms lee. PERT: 1.4% 1s 150% common h : 
ior pt TS IS tale 13% 3%— Wiser El si + ite ee ie. lh Pw of 22) re Oein Oe on tee “ise we 6% 8 NO Me | wens inn 1S oe buy 
fee “4 - 8 me Me M.., tu 18 4 2 bo Sw ise 5 9% Mth 3... i eee te 8 th which ones you should buy, 
=m ma tmer fad i 1% 22 116% 1 Viz\e~Ti2 stone Ss i 2 ..... when it comes w 
Con, tT My amt ote 8) — % Coe tote 2 2% oe Me «(CU B..} 120 167% 167% 187e— i ctarer Grd 1.58 te oer i 231% And into our office - 
Cater iad om % Equit 18 (~~ e S.... ’ o oe Mert 2 19% 13% 1+ cred Pack z ae aie hoe. seed 2.33 = 239% all that we can to help. Just come 
yet 104%2— “ Frig ois uv *& 3 ts “ 1% 14 te 42 em) ices Chem Ate ft ne MEE, senenes, 3 135% we'll do | 
fom 9 cet tay SS rae Pe (ne » ime S19 ith Wise oH 10 San ieee ties tas 28 ask—or write if you like to our Research Depart 
tr a es ee *Tiasent 11 211% 31% ime. a m8 Oe tam Lan 2m and sapere ' 
5 : i a ” aeereer 
| on s wee ar ” : 2. ment. You simp 
mo 8 we ee Sa) and 4 5% -* 2 5 8 | 26% Dee Yet MeL ‘1. 1112 
. os Set % im 82 8S 2 130% 3 Me Me... 142 17% Ifa Ys oniei ae ! pM6 
rn ee ee °.5 a eee g ae Be ; oe LL - 1m Mam Me be pene = "9 138 Francis C. Hunter, Partner - Dept. 
| vy fayée 1% 1% 17% 0Cti‘<‘a STN] 14% 30 +; ™ a un 
im U8 ee 1 te 11 106% 2, 1% rose 1008 1818 018 35 Des, : 
m ¢ OS Oe ie re | 68 LB eS om - 1 2 1 ii 25% Me 2M fan, ee ene aa ie 7 Beane ‘ 
LAS Se, TB ee eh Te mH, Ss Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & 
eT 2 thee e 1 ae me wm... ie: Fey we 7 sam (es ae S m.....| ara W. Washington 5 
» 2s Sr eee eee, 28 i im ie 1 aie we in mm es 815 Fifteenth Street, N.W. 
te ae sitet fetes 's aim ame Mie 2% Pa | Telephones EXecetive 2-212 
ch = SS be % 2 2% 2% sas 1s peg sca SS HES ic , 
ws 2 yt es 1%. e sped 
% ' = : 1 het ’ n 
ie 3 tat Stee ty tame | me mS 
a ie met ) 0 
ag oer : 
BREE PP si Se 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER. pris 


40 Thursday, September 13, 1956 ibe ie a lg rene VOSA ay Vptr Seems S, cience rogress 


—_— 


. e : “pote # . : 

Bi 54 the t 

. 7 OO gett te een Ee, SR a i Re oes, . . ‘| Columbia be and are he 
Pe. i ” 4 .” RC ‘ee ae ime Pree i . ' amended as follows: end P 

: —— i a 6f 4 re eclaime CEtnOdists | fkne"s : 
——_ a Oe po ie aoge’ , + Pew eae e PARKING Section 
® ° . y " . 4 : cs " ai, at : : SS a ¢' : Je a } j om 10th Stree 
« Py . 2 . a ily A Ds ‘3 . a y : ) 4 . : 


LAKE JUNALUSKA, N. C.,'scientist to come on in and 
Sept. 12 #—Methodists today help us, that he is doing his 


oy | ‘acclaimed the arts and mod-part of the work in building 


Ee? nx. Cae % ra Sa | Soe ing at Am : 
Or a yee ee <{z ” dies ~~ i “Eee . oe i PO ut ah na. 
i a G mo - & “9 ern scientific progress as a the kingdom of God.” ine the following: In connection 
‘ %. , C ae ; with the ingtaliation of Pepco 13.- 
ae : ye ‘boon to Christianity “un 18 Mill SEV Peeder Line In 4th banet’ 
or a ) a ih | _ |dreamt of by previous genera- ae Sth’ davomne’ Se * ont cee 
! a. > ce Ps | me 4 oF eR H 


tions.” | The conference, represent- Prout Sineei te © Gime ee bot 


| The’ Methodist World Con- ing some 18 million Methodists pana MO arking at any time be 
*. Two thousand Government ference, in a summing-upin Asia, Africa, Europe and Street, on the not th side, po park- 


A Tae & ; gtk. HE oe ae ae : % 3 A ‘ A “ ; ; ing at any time 
employes’ are expected to al- ltt Mn se ) OW SOG ER. Sh slgeee | - aimee: ae Poem | message,” said that drama, the Americas, closed today aft- Prom Street to @ a N 
For Transit Peace tom ‘ he Government Unit Pe Be ; ey, etm. Eee Je 060CSaS«Cédiiterature and science, once er 12 days of meeting. east side. no parking ay 
| ; ig i iS + ees Sf ie MC Eee oo Ss vleyed with suspicion by many; Other portions of the mese howert) w= aR 
: l soe reef in i Bacal Boece 4 i are Discs tt. Goi, 32 — e, = \church, opened new vistas \sage approved today: Dc 
° = ote ihn’ on 4 J ab sf BS . : ; ‘ . 
Labor, Cha hs Givers Fund at noon today in ©93 =)” sue go Nee . | Pie ed he ~~ \in God's work. | @Urged that Methodist TO: HARLAND MILLER. ADDRESS, 


‘ ny : am BD Lewis all i ks ae " gf hers. record 
the Departmental Auditorium. 7° {#4 % ee eae Nae he Gok te he. | Delegates representing 40 churches “of every land” seek Square 1010, k nown. as prem 


‘ ; ‘ a map ey “ en 205 12th Street NE sh 
| clude Secre- ~ 44) 7 =e wien te hig Me _* 983 \nations voted final approval means to make the “faith of DC Pu 
Begin New Speakers es Mit- aon ¥, in 4 Ae his eo ae | o ~aee ‘of the 1500-word message in a the Bible” an integral and cen- of the Act of Congress Mer te 


s P., i } 
tary of Labor James | ‘closing session of the confer- tral part” of the education of » Bead ton the Céndomeniton al 


chell; Secretary of the Interior @ 5% 777 eh ce ail SE MOON ne, Ss ¥ ence. children and young people. Insanitery Buildings in the - Dis- 
Talks Today Fred A. Seaton; Margo Lucey,’ eae pda ‘ -_— z= Mine isi-< Pe he re  lwelcemes Knowledre | ®Declared the, church is Purposes,” ae amanaed, oe tonne 
Miss Washington of 1956; Car- (ew — Bite Ps | . . “committed to the establish- ested into the sanitary eonaition 
leton D. Smith, UGF general a alla a #4 Be} so The church body said it ment of a human society in of the bullding at the premises 
© . p> aa P, Xe | ‘ “welcomed wholeheartedly the which discrimination based on been found. as a result of such ine 
chairman; and E. K. Morris, increase of men’s knowledge race or color no longer ex- vestigation, to be 


in- 

UGF president. agit nt ll —s * of the universe, and also due ists,” and added: “The confer- 

» other developments, three ogg? a ae 7 — —_—— ee expression of faith in terms of ence expresses its... earnest y petoe Be 
full of one month wh neoron whleh received : Zi at pe ’ _. poetry, drama and the arts,” desire that Methodists them- tied Ae 

O. *Ray Chalk, oprator of — a last , —" i | and added: ‘selves initiate, contend for and 
the new District Transit Sys 2PProximately $18 million last 4 Lroctamation urging area residents to County Board; H. Holmes Vogel, chairman _ “Ever-growing scientific continue to foster within their pullding or parts thereof. it 
tem. Inc. and Walter J. Bier- ¥¢@t from National Capital, contribute te the consolidated annual of the UGF metropolitan unit; Robert E. knowledge not only displays own societies a genuine and capy this Liat, a7 person 19 oe 
wagen, union president repre Area citizens today urged their) grive of the United Givers Fund was signed McLaughlin, president, District Board of With increasing fullness the all-inclusive fellowship.” . “I 


contributors to give this year) yesterday by administrative officers of var- Commissioners, and Walter Fowler, Dis- *Plendor of God's creative en-| © Called for “every attempt and this Order has been concetiod, 


through the United Givers jous jurisdictions in the National Capital trict budget officer. Seated (from left) are lemma Talents te tae Gor ccleotann” Sn - Poem ti4staine er pact erg a 
Fund. 7 | area. Standing (from left) are Joseph H. Leroy 5. Bendheim, Mayor of Alexandria; is used on the widest possible ments, and in particular the paseiy oecupied fh been 
In letters to past contribu-| Freehill, chairman of the Fairfax (Va.) Melvin G. Reese, Montgomery County scale to build a satisfying and cessation of the development DEM . - 
ne tors, the American Red Cross,, Board of County Supervisors; E. K. Morris, Manager, and Herbert W. Reichelt, member abundant life for all peoples of nuclear power for purposes Mathe wil am i mers 
of contract disputes and &@ 25 ational Capital Area Council president of UGF; Carleton D. Smith, UGF of the Prince Georges County Board of (°! the earth.” of war.’ Teentrite caer Fe 
cent-an-hour wage increase of the Boy Scouts and National general campaign chairman; Ralph Kaul Commissioners. | Dr. Charles A. Coulson, not- ° Declared that “in spite of NOTICE ie hereby given “that en "wn ander 
Union operators have been Capital Division of the Salva- (behind Smith), member of the Arlington ed mathemetician and nuclear some encouragement” there is spor d. Berane ree 

working undet a 75-day exten-|Yon Army point out that they capacities physicist of England’s Oxford not yet convincing “evidence t closing of streets, reeds, hi 
ion of their former contract are among the 132 agencies University, who introduced the of a widespread revival of oon wth Pup Act 144, 
with the old Capital Transit taking part in the United Giv- ‘ e ‘ section, said drama, poe ee gf “— oe, and poe the — eppr'd June 28, Pg yp Be 

hose anchise expired ers Fund's October campaign. h B d Rd Ti B W d d - science were “treate as gence of some ancient, nation- apprd March 4. 1913. as 4 
yom 1 hang with the pron Philip Larner Gore, Advisory ( ain ri ge ° 0 e ] ene oon they belonged to the devil” in alist religions are obstructing 'd April 30. 1926. authorizing 
pany. The extension runs out Board Chairman of the Salva | the past.” Christianity. n, ym missioner mh "e 
Oct. 31. The two parties agreed tion Army, points out that UGF The Virai State High ' io. bk ts intl Th 4 0 id ‘l'm sure the devil chuckled * Condemned | the devotion rt ) 
t) the negotiation truce after has included in its first cam ne Virginia Stale signway|Langicy 106 0 e point! e widening will provide alover that,” he added. “All good of “sinful men” to the gods 
reaching a stalemate over the paign fund appeals previously Department said yesterday it is where it will join the George four-lane access road from the/art is in some way telling us_of secularism, realism, extreme rn 986 on he 
quéestion of arbitration and sonducted by the Salvation nearly ready to begin widening) Washington Memorial Park- parkway to the proposed Cen-/something about God, and the nationalism, oppressive impe- 2 ‘etermine “sat oy ae 
ther matters. ‘A Chain Bridge road from the! way. tral Intelligence Agency head- true good, honest practice of rialism” and the “widespread erty rights wi ich may be affected. 
m science is in a sense a religious disintegration of personal mor- the steedt and alley aseae nn 
~ —— en sath en mm (auarters at Langley. But it will activity. We are saying to the|al standards.” effecting chances in the Hich 
| A aussie lis as atl ep ' \leave a@ traffic problem for! folio os ox . 

Ss in 


“4 Le fi / b;, D Ly VEY Len 4 those who do not want to ai 


District transit labor nego- 
tiations on a new contract will 
resume at 3 p.m. today aiter a 


senting 2600 workers, will sit 
at the conference table and 
talk primarily about a perma- 
nent agreement for arbitration 


fn 4 Chain "Bridge will 
¢ , ie Z i . ain ge wi connect | S h ] Fi Pla 
M4 ee he 4 BE by Peer ith th kw nl “we 
er mene ee 2", eee contr sont ICTLOO nancing nt 
Bridge. Motorists ny the 


SONEY LOST THEATRES] [1 a if, PANN ted A or sss, Beet ETO POSEM tor County 


4813 Moss. Ave,. WO. 64600 na by 10t 
All Stan: ey Warner Theaters Air Conditioned ‘ foun Packing at 7, show starts at “AIR OOiighwran ck ls h ora oh edie sl Hon’ of e meee 
r-Conditioned Air-Conditioned _ ie -* - *% Allyson gnhway oficiais have ear- a hin laren 
7 o! ~BELTSVILL IVE- | De r ‘ TTON | os hat wo ep ne i posse wit bove 
AMBASSADOR | 18th & o°% 525595 B E DR IN Las Dart Deborah Ker Bryn- THE arpa STORY. at 10:30 marked $300,000 for the wid- A proposal that uld st p ne eded to finance parts of a scribed Ilmits r 


= KING AND I" (Cinema ' mn Age - , 
“THE BAD SEED Sm From vats F "eh dren 6. “nh Scope-Color) at 1:45, 4.35 20 & “gaNbe OF Mo Jn Yinka” at 8:29 ening. They said last April, 'P the Prince Georges County'school construction program. 
. - 4 gee - E pm 


; e-| 18 min , - ine 
Eoimack. 1.35. 4 Key, $0 ) % Ne WA} ‘wit i THE ) OLDEN "ARM it 7 Kiddies Pree! Pree Giant Playsround! however, that the money was school construction program| “Under the present setup, we 
Pi sented during the leends how it! | 2.2% MF RS NE. 4.5700 BRANCH DRIVE-IN ne. 6.0666 (more desperately needed on and save the county money canpot start our $11.5 million 


c.. ai or e| 
omm¢ or ac iy eolor at t Day! Deborah Kerr Yul Br : ' . ; ' ; ) ¥ f 
fdcommended for adults on olor at “71 pel ya C. line, Clinton, md the stretch from the bridge to .+ the same time was sug- construction program until the ene within “above: i ee 
i. Ope ed 


h Pl 


. 7 . ner in 4 ; : . inema- 6" , on, 
WO. 6-2608 +o Help Us Celebrate Our Patron Ap- Scope -Col : 13s, 4:30. 7-20 me || ae Bra SE. Md Ht. 5. ithe parRway. im (9) Pr . 
AVALON ", ow. id COURT rectation Month! Get eR Bonu 4-30 pm Children 2a Tree! i Cc ti h In gested last night to Prince School Board and Commission- Plan in + ee 
[LLY MITCHE Gary — coat al gue Maden —— ae Richard Bea: Wynter A has no funds to help > bounded on norttiwe 
Sewer, 7°00 Admission Price of S0c ver Adul 8725 Flower Ave “THE VIEW FROM ‘POMPEYS HEAD” Virginia with access road prob- Georges delegates to the Mary- ers have issued bonds for the gota A 


, 2 fs 
BEVERLY Pr weet king " sits ate ru Thu aa "HT ast-acodoms ee Comes. 2S + | “A ape INT THE BALANCE” ‘lems. b received funds only to land legislature. total amount, even though part souin "by Grant eliminating 
BKY } TH! RTY | = ) J a sate : m Novak k : THE ~~ tts t 4 o Le n outen G eerge Washington School Superintendent Ww il. of th mon : s ° s a di Droposed st reet ares an 
ore, : Kye Pre rary ng rE 3- ae MAe 6-46 H HE © OLDEN : Award. tor ner per or ‘mance im this =, Sun: “Aeway All | Baa] Parkway along the Potomac. liam S. Schmidt req uested at re 7 i ai 2 Aw = et hj | | 
CALVERT S50. oY BETHESDA” “F-9868. Last Day ALF RED HITCHCOCKS AIRPORT DRIVE-IN “! ry Highway officials have also legislation that would transfer, once,” Schmidt explained. 
er ik Tote ne Crain a conaakx Guuiiien “RRR od par 0° ‘proposed to widen Chain Bridge power to issue school construc-| The county loses money since oy aspen park's on worthean 
TRAL cing ME THE ‘KING “AND 1” 6:30 & 9:45 pm » Plu us, Victor Me- || Tm Stanwyck. Pred "on now" iroad to four lanes from the|tion bonds from the Schoolit must pay interest on the + ge 
wan oxy 113 mast. ‘ ann A) | CinemaScove.Color at 1:1 3 mance in this film) in John Ford's | | 7:30 an LiZUTERANT Langley fork to Reed's Bend|Board to County -Commission-jaie bond funds in the bank, Dousias St. elim: 
CRUZ.” Gary, Cooper Burt Lancester. 35. 9:21 || | STHE INFORMER” 0t 8:15 pm Bell. ; i ce Se mat McLean and to relocate the ers at a public hearing on pro- schmidt said. roposed street 


12:55 - 4:25 7 reat KING CHEVERLY Eien ‘- 4-100. : i" | NAYLOR Mh & Ale SE Rowe road from Reed's Bend to Lew- posed legislation for the Gen-| The proposal would allow the 


m Ar Us 
Free Parking 1U. 2-4000 L, just over 14th h Bt Br ridge. s Pree’ j 
AND 1 - <4 > Jet! Chand ; Nad Priday., QUINCANNON TIER insville. eral Assembly's January ses- eount 
THE PAR “COUNTRY AW AY AL L BOAT 5" “AW AY ALL BOATS! | chnicolor) || SCOUT" end “BROKEN STAR.” | More than 120 landowners sion. io pee cout of ts cours 


James Stewart, 8.10 icok at2 5 9:30 pm. Plus. Mar- 


- o ‘+52 fene Dietrich in “RANCH } Leosbung pe from the area appeared before| Schmidt's proposal, made at s<cessed valuation. Siam Sete, 8125. 612 
PENN Pree ers Boats ¢ VI z Last ‘Mite OOF _{Technicolor) at 1:00, 4:30 & SUNSET DRIVE-IN Route 7 ,|the Fairfax County. Board of 4 public hearing on proposed) schmidt also asked delegates came lively. ‘are 


Chandier, efor ‘At Balley's Cc s hotness 7 of th rvey 
5 support legislation raising st 


ul Nader. 2.25, > eat Clifton : its) Srl e legislation, would low com- 
ce. oo Bu. RES %o mina Ta oer Sy TH EN at CKVILLE Corners and Bhirley way. 1 ; Sup rvisors yesterday with con-/!e8 y to Dt Bide Thes y be 

- 00. 4:30. & ‘ z cw’ ‘ . 
Jonn Payne. | MEAPER BY E “Do EN t EO DRIVE. ‘| 2 , west of “p>, Kiddi Free. flicting opinions on both pro- missioners to sell bonds when minimum teachers’ salaries —_ Sy inirestal ys part fen “aur 


CO. 5-496, “THE Bi ACK ed § Route 240--Rockvilie, Md. “Kras OF y raie Palance Hits! . ’ cart 
SAVOY tick be kee | MAYWOOD & all] ett a eee a He pelea |" Bus Lo eae 1 eae nein | Sapiateg.suite Wrerian, fod 
635, 9:30 [N- Niebty "Yul "Bren: er. Open at 7 p . oir Excitement! Businessmen in the oS = im f $4600 Commissioners will «o 
me ove. @ — ; maximums from to $5400 consider any 
KNOWN an ne , : Debora Ker THE AND s RI Pts R -” jugges ' 
morre wy Midnist 8 = start ~ 11:30) | GinemaScove-Color ai or ie $18 2 S Eri; -DEGTRY” as vored the bypass. One a year effective in September, oa. ee prot este ccpoeraina 
eA, ezioerix_cey | VIERS MIL. L,." oars iSeture, Senet Leigh, st 8:20 pee 1} me of homeowners favored hte " Quenstedt 957. is in 
. r T ‘ . 
SHERIDAN TOMORROY oe Kim Novak |THE MAN, tal | son. ST ENCHORS LWHIGU Sci ‘urns CHAPEL Aser Ra and ling the == its present lo- A proposal to provide three 
HIGHEST MOUNTAIN.” 8:15. | 10-20 pm. Extral Certoon at 6:15 Hamiliog gt. W. Hy fo weet al ot » Pten| D f d UJ ~ = Se ae - Prince 
re Parkips | t orges oun an oO set u 
*yU. 9-8 “THAT Cet aN mit Run parkway, running east e en § P / : 


SILVER | ‘a $3 million revolving fund 
“THE FASTEST GU N AL IVE. WINELAND THEATRES | FEELING” from Lewinsville and north to’ \for the purchase of saxtsechsel 


Gienn Ford 


a8 nae Wm “* 8:15 
ATHER “SAINT” 7100 ind. Hd. Hy. | | ————— “ ’ Langley. sites in the county was pre- 
seeae ce. 130. 8:08. 6:36 ABC DRIVE-IN 7'% '"4."¢."y. RO. 1.0000 FLIGHT TO MARS” School Aid - lscuted by C. W hdelick ae 


AN 10°24. aj 
Pree Parking WA. *f2!*-| saehit tl || KING OF THE MONSTERS" Ange WORLD'S LARGEST SCREEN Irvingtofi st. se, Oxon Hill, Md. 
TAKOMA "= net RI tele Pas | Batons "is Mw Gute sty Bon ||| epee im “PUEARE ae Grou hy hts Warren D: Quenstedt, Demo-| “ Prinee Georges County how 
iP.” Basi yr Pp 4 cratic nominee for Congress in’ has 44 ki 


i Rat ne é 40. | ; GOS eR tas a RS roast ; 
“AWAY ALL BOATS” ||| ACADEMY 1226 RS LEE HWY.-ARL. BLVD. Virginia's 10th District, argued which are tax supported. | Sits 


IN Tec color t 2 , J 

aR Micron Moore, sicolor._#t- 8:38 ___| | | vA GUY Nato Joe" ||| DRIVE-IN THEATRE U f Buses _ iss night that Federal sid for Blans and epecns. cbtainable trom 
. 00. “THIRTY SECO. 3S HILLSIDE DRIVE-IN 4.2600. Victor. se Oo u the construction of schools Supervisor, Contr. & Bond Section. 

Ven Johnson. 4 9.7266 SENATOB:.:. in BAP A ° Office, D. Rm 
25 —— 6200 Maribore Pike, M Kirk Douglas ‘THE BIG age a Ki oo —_ i Pole] G1 oe S rin 406. 499 Penn. Ave. NW. Sa. WA: 
WO. 6-5400. Near Part en 7 m. Kicaies Pree Cartoon Corners ‘Via omination of eauc . Pp 4 
UPTOW! “PICNIC,” William Het iden. | . "lea Lupine jn “WOMEN'S | | ATLAS os T Bie ttt || Sole Tee Biva nee For Trolleys Quenstedt, a Fairfax County) 
ey | | COUNT i: ARES AND PR Ay,” YORK = oun ta EARS, | Sere os screen. ‘attorney and civic leader, spoke P] ° Lot A DEFENOABIE cent contractor. seni contractor 
NEIGHBORHOOD Try ery ey aves Granger ip “TH aks The Kalorama Citizens Asso- to 20 members of the Northeast. annin? ernization and sremodeuing Rooms, 
TRES-—ARLINGTON, ANACOST LU. 1.7070 | THE THRESHOLD OF in iB ENTERTAINMENT ciation voted last night to ask Fairfax Civic Association at porches. ormers, Be 


Matines Daily. 1/00 O'Clock |i) TPweLL *° nw | PERFECTION the District Commissioners to Chesterbrook School. For 80 Cars BOAR 3 oe bernaes 1921 


FALLS CHURCH, VA. “AW AY Al. L "RO ATS” |) | meck medso “une a ny ) ER | YOUR RICHEST MOTION hold public hearings before’ The candidates said — 
Air-Conditioned an SEE Technic at 1. 3. 5:05, 7:10. 9:15 Bip urech. | Chariton Hestos. | ; BOERS & TOME g replacing any more street cars three times in the past i A, PIPELINE CLEANERS f tor 


n 
Wash. Lee Shopping Conter 2533 Pa. Ave. S.E. | Pence cei Se with buses. gress has passed \egislation ; iv. j i 0 of |. ulpment: pecbem tal, etficien' 
BYRD Oop. myer. JA. 71-1733 HIGHLAND WW. 4.7311 STRAND * Grant Bt, nz. F The Silver Spring Board 40083 


: 24-hour service, ST. 
| RAH KERR, G. M. Koockogey, president, |!2g assistance to education but/7..4, announced at its first fall Aa 
mes or + Oe. tion hriler ; “ ’ a RECRE 
: ay . oan” » 9.0 cares ee, Fes echnicoler! « “BATEL | v Cinemasoupe and Color ab 10: 4 | |Said the action was taken after|OP none of these occasions was 
“RESE. a om a4 te oa} 


ATION ROO 
meeting last night that five low as $495 eae 


<a “RED RIVER a talk by James R. Mock, preés- — followed by interfer-inouses on Pershing drive, be- $356, Sersened worches, very sean 


Falls Church ” South Capitol & ident of the Citizens Transit tween Fenton and Cedar sts., © down payment. up to 5 yrs. te 
STATE. ATLANTIC isn: Siret “SOUARE TUNGLE” weters hoo Ma Lar at 7:48 | |Improvement Association. The Quenstedt challenged his #U-\Wi1) be torn down to provide a | jenn uns Th. Fete nee 
V¥ CRocKeiRATES” Page PARKING 03 1 “SQ ; cern 2: ree—Playground | |Tesolution was passed without|Wence to show any way inl, soving jot for 80 cars. eiving, roofing. guttering. fences, 
a ee — || fener terigaira (ects Pm Sart Mla Ses reget cigs | seam 
1730 Wilson Blvd. 545 * 638 Oe CE S645 _| | present. of the Board, said the lot will cches. tes, rms. tree 
WILSON Ker MEETS 2931 Nichols Ave. SE ALEX. -ARLINGTON, VA. ANS ‘The group also voted to ask|Federal interference with edu-/,, completed in time for use of 
“DALY .FUEn PIRATES” | CONGRESS | St 2 Snake |\the District Comissioners for a|°#t!0- Christmas shoppers. » | 
231 N Gicbe Aa. DOORS PEN 5-00. Jef ic “i= | REED ve $3665 new station house for No 13| He also said that neither the)Gp., ssid that 104 parking _ ADDITIONS —Compiete | remode 
BUCKING iA? Mea “hak Te | Paul Newman. Pier she Passage of the Land Grant Col-|cters will be pl the |~ Prestige of our nied 
‘THE KING AND 1) “AWAY ALL: BOATS” “SOMEBODY, UP SUPER CHIEF a AR: ro Precinct. They backed the’ F system in Lincoln's Ad-| aced on SERV Bot 
Deborah Kerr—Yul Brvener_—_ _ Technicolor, at 5:15, 7:15._9:20_ sé Es ME" pot baa from D.C. Zoo’s request for a $350,000 re A te mo nor the 1785 con- ot ypmer st. 2 a ree pee Kad’ ibe: . 
ol. Pike & 5. Walt. arlbore Pike, i 
anLincron as irom ||| GORA $27 0i5\"ine tring ||| WEBGINEA 5%. iss | Po SRR ROBERTS” nn = [administration Dallding, whch| reaional grant of a section 10\meters are expected 0 cut a 
; ' in : 
wate tere ||| “awai’ ALL BOATS" ae rs Se | Adams Mill rd. rather than|Schooi was followed by Federal|to¥™, all-day, parking by sho | BENE. 
ee oss AY ALL BOATS” || _na BEREAMS SiR |irm omy Sg apeer moulnear™ tne “Connecticut ave school "as followed HY Federallpersgaring te Christmas rush. | Quit? ll” aay 
JA ome F : n n mod. Concrete p 
Saxo reese | |EAUREL vv ||| RICHNOND "Sos entrance Quenstedt thought, however, |pda,addiven tothe ie hha aa See 
Bob Hove—bra Marie Saint __| ||" :, teve Ritch, Joyee Holdes ee: that “not more than: one half”) , wer Pree _eetmares TA. 
JEFFERSON 4". 8<* & 4°c2°, NEW GIANT SCREEN he LATHE WEREWOLF NOs =a Mexico Press Ben $ of the construction costs of #24 4 Eas Be | Snererres-teccties, rae 
e . low Rictence-Piction er in tinue —— . “3 
“THE KING AND 0 a : - ¢- Teen ni color ee SO Fie ton Shop. Center Giant ae Carnival. ponintus — et schools should be pald by the son pl nga me nang ts., sek for Normat ORE 
Deborah Kerr & Yul Corynner ie i ved SKY” at 6:25, 8:05, CENTRE ~ ee MEXICO CITY, Sept. 12 ®\rederal Government. and w conve park- 


newer” om peeeyppeneeneeneasmendieet oa ‘Secret sessions of the Mexican! The candidate 3 said he '8,4reas. ‘ 
z + P p._8-5156. " 
STANTON “Sts op" || FAPITOL <~*, sa “colar eet =e a Bars Bi Chamber of Depatine aw ob favors Fedora nana sot and foreign affairs expert 
| henge tec, ) | : Shirlington Shep. ie secret in the future, speaker\ance to the states for the of the Kiplinger Washington 
"ON CAPT. Ol, Hild.” BLAC Rs EP” at 9:45. * . OV. 3. i /Rafael Corrales Ayala said to-recruitment of teachers. He was guest speaker 
Classics, from | "x hn — ces oro Be pctv _ the eo: Letter, , 
mri RCE TBE SS Clagsic | paar NEL rer degener 


ra 0 M4 | | street at will.” ucation. 


RPEN - : - mie Oi : 
‘ i. € ‘ S 8242 Ge. Ave. an a 
ey a Rog TSE soa) | VILLAGE 2% "32 Gal, 


Ave. NB. Today thru WU. 9-1121 _ fee tanemation, 8 fpr wo ' ad ’ | 
MR. HYDE” —_|| “AWAY _ALL BOATS” ‘ zomiaze || James Roosevelt Quoted ae NEEDED 
CoM er Gb 8 he Bt gi | | Cornel Wilde ‘in “Sian OF INDIA" . ’ Peinit gs adh r OF cia se | 
. " ah waren art only oe | Wrweau LA. ¢alic obs : aha MARK | | eee | 6 y) ing cin eta oe See 
Sra ies Sa eeke | MEWTON Neco aoe ||" chee wee 3-557, | Qn ‘Neglected Childhood’, 232s baie oa eatin 
Ts — dep “~ || | SAT a Lewae gears 7 BID" tate) iS dae "'E 


Ba: rymere Sr. % | Tororrew thru in ai 
ee AR a hh. 


Charles wie a = 4 a erapeatientemameting r sinew Foy ures. "pools 
WEsAza | | SON. PRONTIER Weg * “WW. || LOS ANGELES, Sept. 12 & “a, hh Be itt bet # 
oeeget oon ! : : 


UIET On te WEST “RIDD K 
getarda? ‘tdatince at the 1 bik, off Ale, Ave. JO. 2-233 


5 on. eture ev VERNON * KI. - 9-8 4. 2707 wel iCele WwW LAST DAY , 
: shite Tete cay M A RTI N & vid is : as ( OF LOUIS STOR : yne. pre- 
SEPT. 18 [atic ad? Petite || | re eras Yara 
“PARDNERS” ii a4- BOOKER T ,.-- 1a You NW. 
“BEST YEARS OF OUR cece et oe * 38 Beck Dogue Ooze i 2:30 PM. 
LIVES” JESSE i A, $29. | FAIRFAX THEATRE Ov. pre 


Rep. James Roosevelt's wife 


“THE GREAT PROFILE” pEnEL WITHOUT 


STANTON ART THEATRE “Bast OF EDEN” ‘on 
NA } 
| Paed harmias io | = HISER BETHESDA Fan euntody 


GEORGETOWN wind 
WASHINGTON 8 REPERTORY. CINEMA THEA «kW Nahe ec >. Roosevelt 
WILLIAM HOLDEN | | Re. SER 82D Th SOP 8 éxwife is 
BARRY FITZGERALD | Pes il | : [are ehae ] tng ‘is plea for for longer. visits 
“UNION STATION" : Or Michael. “Rapes 


“Beni he war : James dr. Jr., 


Dana Andrews. 


fon 


] Masi ae 
hy LP. See Ard 
“eal GO AE elie ul gy ey A 


ARTICLES — SALE LL pa a Wanted 13/HELP, MEN 18 |HELP, MEN 


: son BOOKS RBOUGHT—An ntity. 
—Any Que 
pod bed. cadre LET: house, enean: also ALBION BOOK SHOP. 1758 Penn 
” FURN.—App) lances. new-used , -idivania ave. nw 8 5088. 
r OV are icwe Cc. PFURN CASH PAID —Immed 
VE CO is H ne. Ui. 4-1932 sc eutt wat Vi 
sb PURN! iTU RES EXCH ANGE 
419 LI. 6-0585 


BUSINESS SERVICE ARTICLES FOR SALE _—T2/A 
onbentnaed Drew Eresetieg Fore, VERN fn ra din re pcg 
PAINTING — ist class: reliable | a See an 


white mechanic: Interior. exterior: FURN.— 
reasonable. WA. 7-8065. AD. 32-0126 

PAPERHANGING—112 and up this; 
wk. only with 1654 sunfast wash- 
able paper. JU. 8-1600, RA. 3-7393 
PLASTERING job sma!) 
too jarse. HU ; 


“ 


_ 1S, HELP, MEN 1S THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


es Site Thursday, September 13, 1956 
is 
RCA 7 


15)HELP, MEN 
“FIELD ENGINEERING 


see Mr. Henley at 
West Tiretnie ave. ne. 


f CLERK 
lesen RADIO 
echen, ernd 


essons, Si tes 
position, ade ancement 


removal for 
reirs stoves 


pan t 
ontact. Mr. Sizemore ~ 4 Caithness goes 
uick Inc.. 7700 Wisconsin, ave., 

-$000 


Bethesda. Md. OL, 6- jnnandegaion 


Bomract All com white 
cory. ¢ 
perm 


ASSISTANT 


For large furniture store: perma- 


Ser hanks ral console é : me 
No h. en ,.. te 610 
1-4 


100 


Remodeling and Additions 
we are again avail..for a 
work. Ace Home I 


ceptance 
mp. Co 
2 


ROOF RE PAIRING — Th 
f pa 


e peat 
p tes you 
cnan in ; ng 
lis estimates 
° 


. ceme! 
’ IO 
Sur! J 
Hacstone « and cement 
mn Walls and patios 
e estimates 
Lal 
7 
gen 


, Co 


: I 

re, ann 
" aulin 
AD 4-\908 


T 


BOSTON BULL fg te: ' 
CO. $21 


_TERRIER—BI ack 
Belle 


e ds 

BOSTON 
4 

cay 


DIAMOND RING. « 

( stitution snd 

around 2 

Rewarad 

DOBE RWAN rane — 
a 


7 
a ei su 


‘Ts vic 

) rewara 

Gt ASSES —! 
> ye 


. 
; er 
6° 


KITTEN. ere 

; : 
Ceatilen HANDBAG 
t 


; 
Reward 

Nfa af Hot 
P\RARFET 1 
Ye 
rrp 


FOOD cei 


TEED 


hie 

BHIPHERD DOG 
2 > 

Rewa 


TO. COLLIE — 


ran : Pewan 
VEGA GUITAR | 
. “ > Ss 5 


diamon 
Reward 


D B. 


» home. KI 
COCKER But 


COCKERS 
' A 
KRITTES = 
riPry art 
apor 4} 


s. O1 


PERSONALS 


_ ROO M 


Candy CLASSES 


voi (PLETE. . elephone 
DRAPERTES, 

DRESSMAKING 

Past 
Fi Ly 


a 
ahd 


ist N 
LOUIPPED 
€&.cer er am 


“ese 


me 

er : 
‘we atn osphere JIU 5-9520 

Twit on meaihe for dents 


t he rea 
{ yone othe: an 
t BERNARD ¥ PUMPER ZY 
NOT es 


1 Will ses; 
: g4.,0m74 

[ela 

weer 


, 
* 


Te 8.4 
SEWCOMER to 
tre 
ein mbhi« 
gLiPc OVERS 
TYPING et 


vw ANT. ngenia 


—_ _ 
OPEN 


"FURNITURE 


AvD RENOVATED 
T CONDITION 
NE-OF-A-KIND 
TO PRIOR 6ALE 
$2.95; 


SUBJECT 


Wool scatter rugs ey ey 
n a? 95 


19-98 


$id! 


$12.95 
tresses, 
3 large fi 


‘Pree Bey ery 


RT 


e ane srowse 
} eg 


FORNITORE ‘MA 


Kit 


GOING ‘OUT 


OF BUSINESS 
BUY BELOW 
WHOLESALE 


HosPTt “i 


49.95 mod bedrr 


95 mod. end tables 


. 


HER 
ay. iM 


4 


$1 
$! 
$s] 
HUNI 


> me $7.75 
REDS OF C1 [TEMS 
OSE 


EASTERN FURN €0. 


H ST. NE MIDDLE OP BLK 
ves “Til SAT. ‘TIL ¢ 


FURNITURE 


Signature Is Worth 


NO MONEY DOWN 


Easy Terms, Free Delivery 
HERE'S WHAT YOU GET 
Living Room 


sofarette 
chair 


eam- 
us 


| modern 
eccasiona! 


ne ‘ 
tigu) 


Bedroom 
ful modern 3- ‘piece gers i 
ith ch 


pi 
ts 
“lamps 


lime cock 
beau decorator 


ree 
est 
plus 


double- ee bed. 
Dinette 


A modern dinette set 


Deal Direct With Pat Regal 
nance or Loan 
sanies volved 


TO 5 CEMEN 
et Immediate Credit 
and Delivery 


REGAL 


Clothing & Furniture Co 
UCKY 711—1TH STREET NW. 


Onen Thurs 


FURNITURE 
12-HOUR SALE 
THURSDAY 
9-9 P. M. ONLY); 


A PRICE BLASTING 12-HOUR 
EVENT to Save You a FOR- 
TUNE on BRAND-NEW FINE 
FURNITURE and BEDDING, 


COME EARLY 
FOR BEST SELECTION 


sacl 


6... 


Many items Below 
WHOLESALE COST 


ALL SALES FINAL 


GREAT RAPIDS 


FURNITURE COMPANY 


fe) 
* The Bargtin Store of Washistgton 


MOTOR TRAVE: 
DRIVING to Sen 
it; 2 oF @ snare exper 


“Tia 


Prancisco Set 
ses. TA 


—e 


"$33 


ir ving to 

: nvere? 14. Take 

, Shar . ok NA. 868-8510 ext 

al r 

LoM Tiers to Min Sa‘ 
ay. Sept "35 hare “eat en sen RA. 
3.70 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 12 


_——— oe ee 
at ‘ ye 


at Ops 


Ries bass concert 
se 


reble stops On 


uM ACHINES. T rPEWRIT- 


~ a, 


ADDING. 
—— iS 
chan Pi Es “535- Nol 
BABY ti M3 str 
$5.54: ft laypens 
sy 


girs $4.95 
DIscovu NTS. 
Eby CRIBS: 
e193 
TOWN aL, 
N BAL is. WARES 


BABIES DISCOUNT 
PARADISE 
30% —70% OFF 


adv Cribs. Car- 
-Beds. Strollers. Play- 
Hi}- Chai re-—Compleys 
in 


‘wen 
1LES 


. st 8-8559. 
rf Dally. 9-6: on. and Thurs. 


im yunts 


H lower es 
NOT i? 
c 


‘Children’s Supermart 
nd K STS WN 
a Mar rh 
e € 

iw iy ves 


7-3421) 


"th ® 


Sth 
(Oon be 
Open M 


3 
erin 
ra 


SAND. 
re 
Md 


’ hoxk ® 
. ee y | 
“Ss deve "$22 ‘36: TY 


ne! Ly 1s 
_ Fi . 


mat tresses 
‘net -§. 


sus 


mites ee ope ste ave. as oe 


907 7TH ST. NW, 


EX. 93-6742 


FREE PARKING 
IN REAR OF STORE 


“FURNITURE 
| BRAND-NEW : 


3 ROOMS—20 PIECES 


$249 


BEDRM_ SUITE,_INCLUD- 
MATPRESS & SPRING 


LIVING #90 M. FRESE 


sNOE BN. SY MENT ig 


Up to 24 Months to Pay 
SAM BROWN’S 


FURNTIURE CENTER 
1208 Good Hope Rd wt 
Anacos tia a ou: 
en aii at 


FU RNITURE 
32 ROOMS 
BRAND-NEW 


7-PC. BEDROOM 
5-PC, LIVING ROOM 
DINETTE 


The Three Rooms 


EXTRA! 2 em FREE’ 


EASY TERM REE DELIVERY 
FRE “PARKING 


ALPERSTEIN’S 
1020 7th ST. NW. 


rU RNITU RE “gun LAIMED—Gece 


0 unk 
so, dnvite set. 
ned $35 coi) spring 

5.95 wmnerepring 


i . 
included; refinishing. cabinet werk, 
fur = are repaired one redesi ned 


grape term a“ ap 
hoisterers.. Jaet iath t 


iii 
GAS RANGE, 


9-9 snen: 


FURNITURE 


3 COMPLETE ROOMS 
BEDROOM 
LIVING ROOM 
DINETTE 
NO MONEY DOWN 


TERMS—$8 PER WEEK 


5 i~ 
1 PFURN 
1p. sou 


Small fa 
anity 
= 


Lavi 
chair 
BIO" ‘fz HOU SF AP._7-9107 


BRAND- NEW 


FURNITURE 


3 ROOMS 
FOR ONLY 


$3 WEEK 


NO MONEY DOWN 


Easy Terms —Free Delivery 


SWANK FURN. 


1115 H ST. NE. 
Li. 3-8700 
sale—_Metrinetater 


used 


hd EN. ‘ 
Ghd KANTES— Wer 


ne 
1 Tih ow “A 6-8982 
a ne ¢; 
on 
“watt 


GROCERY. PINTO tes 


usran- AM 
vf : 


<== INSTRUCTIONS 


AUTO SALESMEN 
NEW CARS 


wanted weed) 
arm aeee AT) *" 


for our store 
9028. 


HO. 2-2476 


FURNITURE WANTED 
EM. 2-6677 
ABBOTT: & LA! 
GOLD 


f 4 


oid, viat 
INC 
| FP ST 
2D 


De KAHN, 


a) AB “GASRE r—is 


r Pes ur 

in 

n eh 

autor nobite in 
7 


r 
- 


ot » 4 j ASHTON Dp 


a make more than 
. my. Don Us 


pr 


type © 
i) mont 
. 
ee ished. See 


PIANO — & 
a’ 4 . ore 
VINICUR,. Sales Manacer 


anetrator 


PHIL 
LUSTINE OLDSMOBILE 


5400 Baltimore A 
Hyattsville. Md 


eves 


PIANO for DD part 


ie 


PIANOS Me TPO ral 


POPT AR ‘ enue 


v —— 4% 


AUTO SALESMEN 


INTERESTED ™ 
r sr cond 
.. . aa 


Mw T n a 


«< 
> 


a 
associated 
to consider a change 


lec. 60! ooler 
91h) OL §-6649 ‘ 
HEATERS ° RANGES i — New 
Ad 
th . & 
HOLLYWOOD, bed . ' 
“Bebe 
HOUSEHOLD "CONTENTS 
onthe 


4875 VW 
TRAILER: - 


ype her 
ONE ‘HEFL 
al) FE - 606 


ot 
‘ ; IVOUCIR 
. : 


vies ar - tis 
n our TRIAL PL 
en her 
LOANE! D FREE 
‘ ' © n 
one . He 6-87 
». PIANO BENCHES, 
Boinet new ana weer 


‘4 
es 


’ ‘ ri LperT 
Mason and Han 
Oran $°°75 p 


PIANO—Bpii et 
a 5, « 


rIANO—U z 
FE, 


Laster 
ré 8295 


ge 
44354 

Nevers ! St. NW 
PIANOS For RENT—Ne; 
a ranc 


rate ; 
Hauiin 
aA. _T 


e 


. 
¥ uD 
or a 

i J 

) Lee 


KE 


re 


céLontD 
. 


vy MEL PrP, MEN 


MART \ pat 
above | it THURS- 
DAY EVEN! NOS 


nm. aurins 
BALE 


OPEN 


CAMPBEL AN co 
ORGANS—R 
¢ lear “ed BIG ‘RE. 
5 7e Sw ing ne 
K G 
71-6212 


PrANOS—At sac rit Tee prices gut 1: 
REMOD SAl 


W - 


mn my 


t 
‘DE? IN. ; eALe 
S 133U 


mahog.. reason- 


— oF - 
al Fe spotti: 


Fu ~ $6308. 


Vorieht 
\ 


= Elec 


to 195 


hance bul 
LU 


arrnic w~ei3) $35 Ww en on- 


soa 


SAL E (USED) 


Down Payment Delivers 
I APS PROMPT DI! 
. far haere ‘ 


2 Voor Guar 
VERBAL ¢ 
4900 GEORGIA Ay © 
8888 
ae ag A fOWS— Used S19 
U reo lee 
: “OY hy 
RE 
izes 
tant 


‘ an 
caarkl img haw. te 


+ 
.* 


W 


50 up ach 


, maxes 
rebullt: come, suaran’ eed 
. =. Adm Saies, & 

: RA 


REFRIGERATOR met 

re 
REFRIGERATORS 

Recond! tloned—Guarantesd Ll. Year 
PEERLESS "BA 


Geor ja Ave set 


1E {ime condition. & 
ded. ] 


Getroster include . 


9237 
> 


extra 


Emported. Paine an 
9x15, 


designs: 
wine, 
a | 


blue 


MAYFAIR SHOP 
1225 G ST. ees, 
"Tes mode! 
trae me AP. 7-7 
éom , MACH Porta “Ba ase: 
$49.50 tCbatt's 


SEWING MACHINES. 


BRAND NEW. round-bobdbin eiec- 


' 5 LL * 

oS AAS TRE ne MONEY DOWN 
» Pa NTS. Free home 

eee, bby 


THE CROWN CO, 


827 7TH ST. NW. 


A NE 
round bobbin. sews 

all attach. 

blind hemmer- button Lele! 


FDI SON. AP 


$55. 


. 
rtables 


ectric po $39 oS eSNG ER 
be WING F amano i340 G at. ue 
1} 


ie 


for cas 


ie 
buyers th UN 
ny ree 


TIRE. SALE 


Setsead Guar Weer . i new! 
*% 70 15 


tie! 
© 

9 Cente 
fer snow 
TIR 


6-98 
Eves 


3234 Georgia ave 
8a $5 pér mo. 
4412 conn. ave. nw 


af 
Pox. 


ulomsa . 
ers. $25 to 650. 1023 Biadensburs 
| ra. pe. LI 


le model. Thor ema 
“| 


ye 


“ ay BY Ay aS toe 4 ga 
rN 
) 


ST 
* NATIVE ROMAN 
Ta 


PANG SETHE CTIONS 
, >. ‘4 > 


A 


a 
o 


’ | Por 
a 
adare fits 
choice ‘on 
af 
a ! : 


THEATRE atie Mhovralot tnd 
ope . . 


AIRLINES ‘NEED 


ee ané 
ev- 


far erour 


ane wor 
‘ ° iS 


BARRY PATE 
0 


Digest . 2 


MOTOR CO. 


slet Dealer 
AC TO sal rMAN Agtressive man 
: exper ence: n . 


_— he 
: TODAY “gene 
age and phone 
TRAINING 


PLETTRONT 
, Ds 
: 


oT 


Vow 


d c ‘OL ECTOR 
~ ed. Mus ’ 


> 1905 

BAKER (White) 

JA. 8-6600 

“BAKER’S HELPER ~ 
BENCHMAN 


Excellent salary. meals 
store hours ana dis- 


~ THE HECHT CO. 
EMERY 
ROOM 


7 G 
lisworth Dr. 
ORM 
M 


A’ norory Hospital, 


: Ts 
shed. 


Fenton 
oO 
VAR 6 
rt IN] 


up nice, 3 jecal sx’ 5 
° Rae ERV 
. nr Os 
sober an Re — ae tp.8 
5500. Ext. 23-5130 


sARSEe Por Saturdays. 8% guar- 
ant 1319. Rhode Isiand are. ne 


ass, 


Alex. : v : 
steady , 


. eAnRE : 
LO 5§.%44 


Th 


Z Ww anied 400d 
ne eC>er 
sakben— Der 


jit) 


AND 
: 


STUDENTS 
A-LjiM New 


for 4 
éxirrty'8 
park lat 

9801 
670 guar ar 
ope 


tee 
8E 
s this wee 


+ 
895. 4847 


Ber 
a 


re 
be 


’ 
AS 
c 
2 


1778 


ZY. 


wen and foam. 
N. 4 

ee ABBEY First - 
Eye st wW. OT 72 
repairr sic r Giant 
. Ren will en Sept. 

; Ci isconsin 


~~ 


o 
¥ 


pa Des D ia Store 
} 3s 


S235, a 


sracs 


a 


as » | 
station 
ance re 


o%0° 


4 
at'‘endan's 
air 


p.e ve 


| established busi- 


~~ ri 


_ 


Le A 


‘. 


et 
CotdRe Db BRANCH wis M, 


% 
« 


es 


mM 
ered -$5 
busborys =: 0-8 
” NW 
exper.: " mar 
ood start ing | 
onus. evel 
and Gril 


ite. 
ried and ma, 35; 
sal ary: chance for 
reson Ba 

} 


6200, t 
‘ 


ree 


a) —y ~ 
her emp) “e benefits. Write 


S atte aa 
PF 


ac cont phone orcers 
prices 


to 


as 

typing required 

advance 5 st 
ite. Abpiy 

ning on To. 


COLUMBIA ENP SERV. 


134) 8S! Sulte 224 ME a- 829 af 


ACCOUNTANTS 


ts 5485 HAG- 
i Fils® oF th Dr 
4 -904 


“BOOKKEEPERS 


te 


‘Tm war 
_ 
Oeed eppor 
week NATL. 

16th nw 


i abie® 08 3 
~| BRKPR-C CONST. $5400 


tt 


esr, re 
: 


a 


nce 


>re 

; a bd 
ident 
7 


ees SONTROLLER 


a. 


"AC 


sandie pay- 
r  esero® muiti-cor- 
poretion djood salary 
with ma for advancement 
Cs Pratt for interview 
LEANER #. co 


led. 820 salary 
in. Royal Barber 


week and ai) take 
> ri Bethes- 


De pape - $45 Shep 4 ‘i 
$50-+ om . 
AGY Re 78967 wo 7. 
Rr om $06 Xmas 
‘ay = we pe 
io": 7s 


acazln 6 eaper 


r n 


Tyots 


ATLAS 
20 N ¥ AY 
NCO WING ‘ 1 rks. 
Pp Me 
ADIN STORS Wanvke si 
have automods le. Be Re 
necessai 7. ba id 9 ‘s 


Wee thru 


Weve 
A cbsiiNiR PRAY VE 7 
sre 


oes 
: = 


IN. AS 
SILVER SPRIN: 


va on ra. ge iA 2-F22 FON 
E. “MECHANIC. CAB DRIVERS 
Mo tary exp. eoc- Pull or wpart- mes 
ceptable now Pl 
Bet INC. rou or hackers iden: 
1334 Mase ave ny. st Thomas Cir 
estate - a 


train you’ 


CAFETERIA ASSISTANT 


MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 
42 HOUR WEEK 


Excelent epportunity te earn a}) 
eres of ee scae commercia! 
riy daytime hours in 
cafeterias tm government buildings 
Some ro euperience preé- 
rest ferred. Age 21 to 40 
an¢'‘z 
— GOVERNMENT 
A - r ioce 
AON prevement oo. & 


you have 
Get inte 
lative pays of 

co.. RE 


. * ~ morienses 
(white); months emplo : 
concrete experience he!pfu. "Paone 


STANT MWAWAC : +g 


opportunity 


ea. 
ve. wel 
ees where 


LMAN g initiey 


Gri 

usin 

SBE 
7 


the 
bt 
U 


Boqereee 


VICES INC 
‘A 


pod are Adnaier” Ridge: Ae" a Prancculs 


Prenconis 
Pr = d 
yore in Annandale 
5-766 after 6 Dp m@ 


Leree ecceptarce company has 
ood for adjuster- 
ary 


‘y 


. a modeling 


a 
- 
*. 


, 
enced pretorses A, 
guaranteed ca 
ployment sn4 6 ot chee benef) 
i Co.. 40 Lee bey 


CHAUFFEUR 


Ley _ ria —e bene ot 
Ee: Li ea Box No. 911. Post-TH 
|" CHAUFFEURS 


At i ow: Mations! Afr- 
port opportunity te ad- 
ne cheuffeur: 

zation. 


he s and Sat time 
> 


Also 
only. Must “hare, tool 
Ai non in ren 
. 3902 Bo Four Mile Run <r 
Arlington. Vs. ec 1800 Diagoua 
| S&S vears. 


APPLY 


AIRPORT eet | 


Washington National sucnnt 


= 


( i ERK- TY PISTS. 


ty ott 
COLLEC TION MAN cGER 
‘ Dp manen 


, 
190. BARBERS (T)}—Kew office bide and os, 
“rr nee qe 


6406 Georgia ave/ 


after 


for duties 


sone. ‘ 
knowiedge of city and subu 
See 


Michigan aye 


CLERK 


IBM 
DESIRES 
CLERK 


F¥ Du 

schoo 
experience ov A! but ' 

tial ety ent opportu 

vancement. Fine saiary and bene- 
fits Call Miss R. Peterson for ap- 
pointment, RE. 7-3705. xt. 289 


° CLERK 
H.Ss eres. be better 
scomet Able type 


POS! TIONS, 


334 Mass. ave. nw. at Thomas Cir 
DI 9217 


stock room . 

clerks _meoneare ers pee e- 
NW White. Youn 

ee tH _PINKSTON "pers 


nel Couns 
ve t 


Ace 
855. 
; 4150 


_& CLERK TYPIST. Sat 
urs 


Ye 
‘Manacer 8 
! on lISin & 

Part 1 


aye 
D\ 


me c pe 

car one know 
7-84 

Asa 

position must 

Cc Scott, Di 


COLLECTION MAN 
With small loan experience 
Inside Work, Good Pay 
Advancement 
Company Benefits 
Excellent Future for 
Right Man 
Old Established Firm 
JU. 9-4529 


COLLECTION MANAGER ~ 


| Agency experience preferred 


a -day eek. exceptional! 

with rapidly expanding col- 
Seetion agency roven executive. 
able t collection accounts 


Michaels: n. 


SLLECTION MEN 


Top sa lary to 
THe CROWN C st 


personal) 


a - 
ee COLLECTOR- SALESMAN, 
ta 


suranc e 
salery me lus om 
wer) lence necessary. 


e 
<a'arv aesired to B x ‘M- 126. Poxt- 


ee Premrerens sg $9500 


LINEAR d 

ALSO a. PN S dite 
$12.000 

speak Spanish 


< = <q ™ 


BUDGET thes 
For 6&6. Amerk 


HOUSE ORGAN EDIT. Ins 


ane 
eect, Fast Asis $4200 tax ~ ee 
OFFICE LERES & stock clerks. 


ns ah EMPL. SERV. 


0 Ave. NW 


ea) OOK (White) 


JA, 8-6600 


3-2207 


32-2207 


Arlington Hospital, 


COOKS 
ROAST AND SAUCE 


IMMEDIA TE BMSLOTMENE 


EMPLOYMENT OFPICE 
Sheraton Park Hotel 


ee 


COUNTERMEN 


Excellent Chance for 
Advancement 
Company Benefits 
Available 
Experience Not Necessary 


LITTLE TAVERN 
SHOPS, ‘INC. 


‘Famous for Hamburgers’ 
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 
55100 GEORGIA Ave. NW. 
Between 10 and 11 A. M. 
Monday thru Friday 
_| Monday Evening, 7 to 8 


Credit Interviewers 


We have several permanent 
positions open for experienced 
or capable men to train in our, 
credit offices. Good starting) 


salary and excellent opportuni-| 
Apply 


ties for advancement. 
Mr. Snyder. 


HUB FURNITURE CO. 
Tth and D st. NW, 


ELECTRONICS 


RCA 


~ ANNOUNCES NEW 
AND UNUSUAL 
OPPORTUNITIES 
FOR YOUR — 
- ADVANCEMENT 


RADAR INSTRUCTORS—!n- 
struct. military personnel in 
the installation, maintenance 
and repair of T-38, M-33, 
TPS1-D, SCR 584 or MPQ-10 
radar equipment. 


DESIGN DRAFTSMEN— 
Make drawings of electrical 
and electronic circuits. Work 
is performed jointly with en- 
gineering personnel. 


TECHNICAL WRITERS— 
Compile data and prepare 
manuals on military mis- 
sile. and other electronic 
equipments. 


BENEFITS—Excellent start- 
ing salaries . . . a complete, 
liberal benefit program... 

| assistance ... 
tuition refunds for ad- 
venced study. 


For Personal Interview 
In Washington, D0. C. 
Call Mr. Jatres Bell 
at OVeriook 3-5252 
Monday Thru Friday 
9A. M. to 5 P. M. 


eee Manager 
Dept. Y-3568 
o Gorporation of America 
per N. Henry Se. 
Alexandria, Va. 


= RCA Service Co, dae | 


“ASSIGNMENTS ARE 


Or Send Complete Resume 2 


nent; good starting oglacy. Apply 
"Nati ional Purniture Co. 7t nd 
NY 


Fg wa MANAGER 


ieeaie business se 


rest Sura: ' “are 


Immediate! 
Well paid! 


Ideal. for profes- 
sional growth! 


- 


ENGINEERS 


BELL 
LABS 


HAS 

CAREER 
OPPORTUNITIES 
FOR 
COLLEGE 
GRADUATES 


ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERS 


Communications, 
Electronics, Power 


MECHANICAL 
ENGINEERS 


Mechanisms, 


For Confidential Interview Equipment Desi 
in Ws Re ot Theoretical Mec 


RESPONSIBILITIES include 
he opportunity to advise and 
ssist the Military’ in the in- 
stallation, maintenance and 
use of; 

Heavy Ground Radar 


Airborne Fire Control! Radar 
Communications Equipment 


Many 
assignments, 
ass 


permanent domestic 


some overseas . 
snments 


INCOME: Up to $10,000 to 


start, plus relocation assist- 


; 


ance 


BENEFITS 
promotion 
advanced study 
plete company 
program for 
fami! 


Include planned 
tuition refund for 
, and a com- 
paid benefit 
uy end 


y your 


ve 
REQUIREMENTS 
th re 


Two years’ 
exper 
cs @0u 


ence w tary elec- 
tron! pment. 


ery 
yn 
hanic 
shington, anics 


i 


MR. JAMES 


~N 
if 


MONDAY THRI Solid State 

NT MANAGER 

Radio Corporation of America @xperience in system 
statistics, with som 

RCA Service Co., Inc. ' ° 


CALL sit PHYSICISTS 
9A. M. TO 
| 
Sand, Com MATHEMATICIANS 
Y-356A 
838 N. Henry St. evaluation, computer 
background in electronics! 


At OVerlook Electronics, Microwave, 
Send Comolete Resume fo 
Dest Graduate training or 
Alexandria, Va. programming or 
or communications 


Key ENGLYEERS 


An organization which en- 
joyve & iong-term reputa- 
tion for creative echieve- 
ness in both comapen ce 

and elec n 
the neil By st em and the 


Mechanical 
Engineers 


AIRCRAFT EXPERIE 


NOT NECE 


NCE 
SSARY 


The Glenn L. Martin 
Co. has attractive op 
enings on supersonic 
aircraft missiles, 
rockets and nuclear 
power package re- 
actors for engineers 
with background in 
the following fields 


= . 
Current Openings in: 
EW YORK CIT 
INDIANAPOLIS 
BALTIMORE 
boa 


ALLE PA 
NOR rH CAROLIN A 
BALTIMORE, MD 
Pinal orem’ and desion 
\e ove hn cables. ean od ter- 
oathan devices. Deve) oment 
test methods at or _o sulpme 


Oper nas for MECHANICAL 
i ELECTRICA!I ENG! NEERS 


NEW YORK CITY 
AND~NORTHERN 
NEW JERSEY 


2 
Military 
" 


a; 


HYDRAULICS 
PNEUMATICS 
CONTROLS 
MECHANISMS 
TOOL DESIGN 
DESIGN CHECKING 
ORDNANCE 
EQUIPMENT PLAN- |INDIANAPOLIS 

NING & CONTROL fF. atti te “tei on at 
AIR CONDITIONING 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 
SEPT. 13 & 15 


Over wee _— MECHANICAL 
Phone Mr. David Trott 


CTRICAL ENGINE 
at EXecutive 3.5888 


ALLENTOWN, PA. 
Weekdays 


Development and design 
10 A.M. to 8 P.M 


for manufacture of electron 

tubes and transistors 

Openings for PHYSICIS 

MECHANICAL and FL - 
To Arrange an Appointment 


TRICAL ENGINEERS 


NORTH CAROLINA 


Development 
pr od iction 
tronic tems ~. compone 
Openings for MECHANICAI ~ 
FLECTRICAL ENGINEERS 


BOSTON AREA 


visal , develogment eng o- 


premnenen | 


ane Ge ign 


of litary on: 


Or, Contact: 


PROFESSIONAL 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


MARTIN 


Baltimore 3, Md 


rite Boerne - Opens nee for 

LECTRI¢ and 
CHANICAL SOINERES 
end PHYSICISTS 


INTERVIEWS 


Wednesday and Thursday 
September 12 and 13 
For appointment, tele- 
phone ST. 3-1824 
between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m 
BELL 
TELEPHONE 
LABORATORIES 


ENGINEERS 


ENGINEERS 
-— 


SERVO 
and 


COMPUTER 
ENGINEERS 


High-level positions with 
The Glenn L. Martin Co. 
for supervisory personne! 
and technica! specialists in 
both our SERVO and 
FLIGHT SIMULATION or- 
ganization for personnel 
trained in the following 
fields: 


AERO- 
DYNAMICISTS 


The Glenn L. Martin Ce., 
builder of the EARTH 
SATELLITE end the IN- 
TERCONTINENTAL BAL- 
LISTIC MISSILE, offers 
high level staff opportuni- 
ties to aerodynamicists with 
experience in the follow- 
ing fields: 


SERVO ANALYSIS 
DIGITAL LOGIC 
ANALOG * COMPUTATION 
AUTO. PILOT DESIGN 


& ANALYSIS AEROELASTICITY 


AERODYNAMIC HEATING 
STABILITY & CONTROL 
PERFORMANCE 

WIND TUNNEL 
AIRLOADS 
CONFIGURATION DESIGN 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 
SEPT. 13 & 15 


Phone Mr. David Trott 

| at EXecutive 3.5888 

. Weekdays 

10 AM. to 8 PM. 

| To Arrange ean Appointment 


INERTIAL NAVIGATION 
SATELLITE CONTROLS 
MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS - 
AUTOMATIC PROCESS 
CONTROLS 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 
SEPT. 13 & 15 


Phone Mr. David Trote 
at EXecutive 3-5888 


Weekdays 
10 AM. to B P.M. 
to arrange an sppointment 


Or, 


Contact: 


Or, Contact: 


PROFESSIONAL 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


MARTIN | 


: Baltimore 3, Md. 


{ 


PROFESSIONAL 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


_ MARTIN 


Baltimore 3, Md. 


pantnestane 


on FTEWEN an 


. Deaftnen, 
SILVER 


ech. 
SPRING- Rockv!. Empl. 


local : 


have local experiince BA, th ) ABBEY 
< 


Li 


Freevien? 
Ene 
for experienced 
ta’ 
vators launch- 
ers and special handling eaulpe 
ment m 

sile ar 


gart 


Reed Research, 


Fstabliahed 
$40 


he this 


* 
had 


M ye 
ment 
ana 
‘ 


SON 


AP ree ee 
open ning “aratting the 


ta!) 
of trand co. Rock vile 


’ Ke .O8 — 
AIT pRAPTSMEN - Mechanical, O75- 


start: © 


OO WE 


perm. Mr 
12th and 


DRAFTSMEN 
(Mechanical) 


epportunittes tf 

ne Services Division 
lavout and 

draftemen to = on 


neeri 


hotstes 


in connection WwW 


id torpede programs. 


@alary commensurate with ebdfl- 


Raymond A. Tag- 
for appointment. 
Inc, 
3269? M Street NW. 
ne or recreate 
“DRIVER SALESMA 
COLORED 


dr -” clea -»™ 


om 
r for 13 re: bis 

age Day was $75 r we. 

re ‘ast. accurate ‘and 

0 “ A, - sive. yoursel ya aise 


or en 


ws pias 


WESTERN ELECTRIC 
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 
RAS VACANCIES FOR 
MECHANICAL 
ArD 
ELECTRICAL 
GRADUATES 
In 
facturing and develop- 
engineering involving 


yses of drawing and speci- 
ns to determine manu- 


ati 


facturing facility requirements 


tixtures, 


machinery, tools, jigs, 
conveyors; in plant 


e., 


engineering involved in instal- 
lations of plant facilities such 


as 


air, water, power 


steam, 


house equipment end service 


facilities 
processes. 
engineer with experience 


for machinery end 
Also opening for 
in 


die casting of aluminum prod- 
ucts. 


LIBERAL RELOCATION 
ALLOWANCE 


D VACATIONS, PENSION 


tz) PLAN, SICKNESS BENEFITS, 


ETC., AT NO COST TO 
EMPLOYEE 


Mr. W. M. Tracey-will Inter- 


view applicants in Washington 


on Friday, September 14, from 


10:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. 


Also Saturday, September 15, 
from 9:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. 


Call 


Mr, Tracey, NAtional 


8-4420, for personal interview. 


OR 


Send Complete Resume Tor 


EMPLOYMENT MANAGER 


* deeded ELECTRIC co. 


2500 BROENING HIGHWAY 


Sf" BALTIMORE 24, 


MARYLAND 


WASHINGTON 


FLIGHT 
& 


‘OPERATIONS 


: 
’ 


| 
| 


PERSONNEL 


The Glenn L.. Mar- 
tin Co, flight test 
program offers a 
number of interest- 
ing assignments for 
persons with back- 
grounds in the fol- 
lowing fields: 


EXPERIMENTAL TEST 
FLIGHT TEST } 
AIRWORTHINESS 4 | 
MILITARY 
OPERATIONS 
PLANNING 
GROUND SUPPORT 
OPERATIONS 
SEAPLANE 
HANDLING 
CONTROL TOWER 
OPERATION 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 
oePT. 18 G'S 


Phone Mr. David Trote 
at EXecutive 3-56868 
Weekdsys 
10 A. M. to BP, M, 


| To Arrange en Appointment 


Or, Contact: 


PROFESSIONAL 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


_MARTIN- 


- Baltimore 4 Md. 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD HELP, MEN 
> Thursday, September 13, 1956 nen 


PHONE HELP, MEN is ft fea 
TODAY —_ | Bes'iasn”: it ottint) Fie 


Te work 


bene" 
ent! 


fits. Salary ‘while {rs te nine. 
weekend want ads ra laundry. 


“1340 Go 


; 


15, HELP, MEN 


i\i= 


af 


erage natty Be 


ersonnel Counsel 
re. DF 


on “epee. spor 
aha hed. 
to place your wage bore nA Faririgee Benoa! asians 


= ~ Machine C Ce., oat 
in the big 


| Newspaper Dealership 

Saturday and Sunday ANNAPOLIS 

Classified Sections of 

The Washington Post 
and Times Herald 


RE. 7-1234 


HELP, MEN Lb) 
Continued from Preceding Kase 


DRAFTSMEN, Various, top pay 


TLOVOS EMBL SERV 


f NY. Ave. NW. geet 


RIVER — Trucks, white 
” ork. references ao 0, iat 
ive ea Cc -4 ‘vier 
days. 40 hrs 
Si! VER SPRING- aaer’ ns 
_f4i) Georgia Ave. JV. _9-4446. 


inimu of 1 
“Dr ivers and Plant vee Cale ating machine experience not 
Write, Pecessary. Excelient spportuniiy 
. Wash- for advancement with 2 ary 
benefits Wrivv ivi full 
beckground te Box M- 2. ‘wash 
Post-TH. 


IBM OPERATOR 


t be experienced on 407 ory 
605 and 514 tr machin 


| 
oe wk. to start. with Eceresse! 
“er Ie 90 days. e transpo ation) 
ans} 


= benefits. D. C | 
stem e.. Seth. and M sts. nw.) 


lowman. xth 
» Washington Post Build- 


IBM OPERATOR 


Advancement possibilities 


[NEWSPAPER COPYBOY) sf 


| Male—Young man. over 15. with) 
| college background rf in 


omens 
Rodda. 


18th 


Fersons 


ide. 1400 


sen :' Mu 
eredcua 
view only 

> ame Bidg.. 


vacations 


and group mens = 


R 
‘1BM OPERA ATOR—Large interna- patel atahee 


“Bee we Rg mb aed me ral 

ce work, bookkeeping and t "ping 

xce, aeons thee Wes Le ier reliad 
Bic a ING CO 
1100 so "Capitol st. Li. 3-23602 
OFFICE CLERK Qe A Tic motor 
ropes shop ood vaca. dene 
fits. See Mr — “Geni ral Armsa- 
ture Works. 625 DN 


OFFICE MESSENGER 


wirite 


experience 
ne . 22- 3 
Pep ONEL. PO Box 1477 
Jngton. D.C. Siy 
oe prema 77 


Pre training Gal. depends * 
on Several openings. Mr 


BOYD'S wy Cor 12th & G Th jsesmon em Dasa 7 *euD 
2d 
DRY CLEANING MAN 


LU ee « TECH, 
RED 


COL lab. exp 


med 


une man ue 


g00d Senet . 


HO. 2-2476 


OIL BURNER 
a 


“ute sa ecm 
NATIONAL "EMAL SERVICE 
___ 939 _jith st. NW 
INSTALLERS 


are operat son | piant 
ATWELL 

COMMERCE Rm 
OCK VILLE 


tT EXNER—Kool? R ainbes 


a 


CE. AXING | “salesman 
an} wi ling 
at iehed route a, 6u 
Ave + Mm pers 
11281 < 
Md 


rout se 


DRY 
: . 
: 


- © . © sud-con- 
¥r 
¢ 


ELECTRE mover 
ed 4 


in 
” 
st 
; 
se 


g -. or 


— colored. marri: ‘d. for NW 
repair > Le 
‘ i 
kr ar 1437 New. 


1ae% of 


a + = sir man. DC. Puss Bros. . 
vers een gor FLECTRIC iA. 8-0580, 
YvryvTOoR Vic | 
LEC PF RONIC ECHNICIANS 


mi) electronic 


> 


e ihoroust y expe- 
ri en posit son 
—~ 


Jr. 
Accounts Payable Clerks 


Accountants — a MANGER 


— Experienced 


ANNAP >I Is 
PAINT SA toa 
man wanted immediately t 
sent well-knoen quality 
manufacturer in Veasaineton. D. ¢ 
Baltimore ares. Liberal start- 
ing saiary. pilus full expenses and 
commission Write compiete resume 
to Henry Rit*. Murphy Paint Corp 
2317 Annapolis ave 
Maryland 


PART-TIME — 


Sales Representative 
$56-$100 WEEK! s¥ 
hn eB . jod takes advan- 
and speak. 
M 


2 yrs. experi 
equi trent background 
communications and re 
td TERNATIONAL 
425 


NGINEERING 
AY. 
ENGINEER “Preduction Mer 
mat . 


ce or 
in mil 
RONICS 
ite 701.’ 
5 ee 


Permanent positions 
reer opportu nities. | 


lsh s en a 

Lé- ve, fi company bene 
APPLY 

HOT SHOPPES 

EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


i3t1 G ST. N.W.. RM. 200 


B) Baltimore 30 
nec 


es tees 
YNE 


aucsat or 
ec? 


SNCINGERS en eet 
ecia 


; ed ninss for 6th seeded ‘mm tely. 
Will consider e BOn~ position. ssiary open 


KITCHEN CABINET 
LUMBER SALESMAN 


Man for wholesale 


Operators 
erma: ent 


ener af 
- 


r 


ine a9 
7 s 

Ror “Crk x 
18 


* ENGINEERS 


Immed ning. 


+ | ght - s m mp re - - _ 
hoply personne! oft 2c. area bull uilders ar Be cams : 
+ Nw. ' 


lumber selling des radi e 


grad. Shoe Dept 
and part time.’ 
pilus 


5 A? or PA, es 
Falls Church. An “ideal 
for the right man 


wopportanit9 
ed 


scale in area. Call Mr rlich. 


SALESMEN 


i Por fencing ong dulldineg material 


departments. a 
— anne ye and 


efits —~ ene qualifying. Apply 


"Sears Roebuck & onc 


iver n 
er A 


——, in our nee desirabie.| 
not —~ yg Ay - ntia Ex- 

ife 

. 


eeilewt earnings &® 
hospitalization 
| benefits. Call Mr Piynn at 
3-$500 for appointment N 
S  waneren & SONS. 627 F at 
4 


SALES—SECURITIES 
nec.: excel opportunity | 
yen, income iy 


insu | 
mon t 


Bailes 4 
Unusually 


“I 
$75 
tt Wilson 


libera] -COM- 
WEEKLY Bo- 
range from 
annually nO ex- 
perienced necessary. ! 
and dignified. Rapid 


car necessary. Re- 
M-2203. Post-TH 
SALESMEN | 


I want married men 
or tnexperienced. for 
Write M-117 


© eonstruction co. WN 
ererite olus 8600 
L j 1108 16th n* 
AL AINEE 
$6000 UP 
paid employment 
company for two men 
~y-— education 
r interview. ME. #-2336 


SALES TRAINEES 


25 openings. Fat 
" A ae 
car 


ESL EM eth st. 
SALES ‘MANAGEMENT 


An aesreesive management- -qpnees 
u man is need dy 
manufacturing 
company to initiate & 
program to the constr 
dustry in this ores 
genuine career opportunities. This 
is & new proere the future 
is bri ght tor = industrious. res 
challenge 
ork 


Richly 
n 


car 


siv ve 
lones ring. tdoor ia 
fundamental tndustrr. 


The man we want will be between 
26 and 35: he will have @ suce 

fa sales background and erator. 
ad'y ome supervisory experience 
This io > will stress supervisory and 
management abdili 

ary ceterm) ned on 
Ddasi car and expenses provided 
Profit-sharing *ys em . 
fiects contribution o 


int 
ima! 


If you think 
James Lendrum a 


you might 
. Sherat 


2334 Wilson! offer ; 


e! 


g FRANCONIA, VA. 


idual * 


ESTIMA TOR - ALESMAN. Kknowl- 
edge of prints ane draft ns. 
Salary aa Ch 
peske Piate Window lass “-.. 
a ew Yor ave LA 


~ 
Pais position offers an opportunit 
for unlimited Tepes on «a liber al 
commission pla 


Pharmaceut ical Sale esman 


SIMPSON LUMBER co 
2 Jig! BRANCH a4 timore end Washington 
i commissions 
insurance —— - 
n experie 
remed or ied 


bne.der. 
Sih els MANAGER 
CAN YOU GET PEOPLE TO 


DO ‘THINGS FOR YOU? 
aybe you are the man we 
oxine por in me territory 


MIT sei lence oF 1 

__ Arlington Hospital, IA. 8-6600 weacr * Call TE. 3-8410 Pri. for 
6 ACTORS wanted a al -Permanent jod doing 
‘y of work. metal gest and ‘repair work in housi n . 
& lathing: jobs located in Md. 7% 2ist 


» 


~ 


mt. 1426 
Saga Mr 


PORTERS 


Hartne 


co 
r ability 
zea MACHINISTS 
ang 
— Experienced les 
With Small Mechanisms 
Capable of Working to Close gaits CHURC 


H LABORATORY 
Tolerance 


Se eee pee 


Falls Church residents pre- 
ferred. Permanent posi- 
tions in Falls Church. 
References required. Many 
employe benefits. 


Wages Commensurate With 
Ability 


' 


pie” SOMMERS—JU. 7-313 
7245 EASTERN AVE. 
SILVER SPRING, MO. 


OR 
MR. OLIVER, AP. .7-1800 
3237 RHODE ISLAND AVE. 
MT. RAINIER, MD. 


FIELD REPRS. 


Non —y College nes. 2- 
n 


YS rn. $330 mo 
SERV 1108 16th rt 
_a-1210, 


FOOD CLERKS 
N.W. SECTION 


No experience necessary. If rou 
have the ability end desire to 
learn we = train you im the re- 


“high school edu- 


aan ole Ean have oe hich 
preferred. 
$467 to $80 per week 


Many Company Benefits 


APPLY IN PERSON 
S8A.M TOP. M. 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


MELPAR, INC. 


A subsidiary of 
Westinghouse Air Brake Co, 


8 A.M. to 4 P.M, 


MELPAR, INC. 


A Subsidiary of 
hf WESTINGHOUSE Air Brake Co. 


off EPP Bava HWY 


3000 ARLINGTON BLYD. 
CHURCH. VA 


3000 ING 
PA CHU 


BLYD. - 


Arnold 2-V bus from 1ith ee Ren VA. 


crame oe 
ow. to pliant entrance.) 


‘Take Arnold 2-V bus from lith 
and E sts. aw. to plant entrance). 


MAINTENANCE MAN 


(white). must be an A-1 
man end adie to 


eation are 


PLUMBERS | 
an ferfimons | 


Alexandria 


et te 


and 
Many Additional Benefits 
APPLY 


SAFEWAY 
STORES, INC. 


YMENT OFFICE | 
1404.N.Y Ave NW. | 
Suite 712 Bond Bidg. 

FOREMAN-CONS. $5400 


Y- 
VA | 


a PF ss 


SA 
ereceste = 
oO xperienc 
+ me‘ si fabrica- 
fst trend Roc 


dilate <n 
chanical engin 
essenti is 
tion e 
¥ Md. HA 


‘PRODUCE MEN 


Experienced. Apply in reson. det 
12 z 8ST 
r 


Management 
Control 


Working in Defense 
Contract Administration 


Work involves laison and Broiect 
anpaiyeis for top managem 


REQUIREMENTS: 


35 vears of 
in engin 
Seatnint cation 


’ 


Purchasing Assistant 
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 


real estate office bas an 


vith « 
eering. business 
or ener 
ree ears) 6 6ex- 
perience 4 eovermanens “Coatract 
| Planning necessary 

nate are permanent 

suburban Detroit. 


7. snerview ae relocation ¢ 
convents 
our 


ace pairs. 


record ns. 
responses Must te . 


man 
35 to rs of age for privete 25 to 
2. hotel experience degree 
cent gt responsi ities 

or 


sar sae St, 


a: 


itiens 


of _ mein A ichigan 


. ohelerred, 
ee bow becker 
Caper Ot "ck ae nes ee i ao A 
Meine ob \srpenee 
& ngton 
MR. T. C. ZINK 
District 7-6150 
District 7-615! 


Mm eanesday 


oA M4 PM | 


gate 
-1 ip ~~ yarransement. 
yo 
opment Oe POWERS.’ 5 


2, Buctt at Bids 
Conaken Corporation 
Miss 


i 
mw 31. 


8 Ww am ttn m 
“The Gallery of Homes” 
1 
PERIENCED AND FULL 1 
fer Alexandria Office hand- 
Retired policemen, firemen 
or military personnel pre- 


ferred 


Positions available at Falls 
Church and Arlington di- 
vision with rotating shifts. 
Good physical condition 
and citizenship required. 


r 


Apply in person Fe en 


MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 
8B am. to 4 pm. 


3. 
and ‘bonus nite ae % 


lye ay Are, NS, 


Bor 7 mes pene years. pe pow om em-| 


MELPAR, INC. 


firma $150 ot, us up S apels Spe 


ij No Canvassing 


| 2oR MEN aes 
POINTME 


ted & week 1th a AAA- 


ALL THEIR 


DON’T BELIEVE IT? 
Call RA. 6-1202 


SALESMEN 
Coul4 you earn $10.000 4 year 
om your present job? 


pee can with me. if you want 


Comatete training furnished 
in ou & Teal Producer in an 
interesting. stable and profit- 
erie business 


$100 per Ay a te ie A, 
man — a acd 
perie 


i me from Weagestag on. 
s e3p.m. at 


re for a persons 

dential interview. 

ROBERT MARLOWE 
SALESMAN 


mal. con- 


wre ® 


15 HELP, MEN 
STOCK CLERK 


iy) Be jee es eee 
HO. 2.2476 
STOCK CLERKS 


large Exce 
sdrvencsunant. 


POSITIONS, INC. 


» 1334 Mass. ove 4 ny. raat Thomas Cir 


in Mr 


4 materials. As 


“J ienced, car furnished. Apply 
ne 


bitit 
MD 


; 


SURGICAL Hahn 
pA = male or Somale: f 
room. Exper or 
desi rebdie 


tenogra 
openings DAILY 
re in person t BOYD: 
w z. 


xo. To wk 
» 911 Wine st 


keepers, 
pe . Inquir 


sane Re ha Lesilg 


: 


Whi 
ul ae 

AG 

8. 


or law progent 


eet eMpL.| TE 


te, last-minute a 


mo. 
CY, 1341 G at 


Teancies 
os = rie 


TRAINEES 


one 
6th oo a rvices. 1028 Conn. ave. Rm 


SECRETARY 


IBM 
DESIRES 
SECRETAR 


2 fully es a 


week; 
pare vacation. excel. workin 
iti oH? Be per Ry to top 
om this fle . 32-3177: 


VA 


@ con- 


/DRAFTSMEN 


OPENINGS FOR YOUNG MEN. Ses 
in e ‘confidence writ te 
INTERESTED IN LEARNING |128._ Post-TH, 


; ohnson. 
Ho Nelson at at. 1500 bik. 
Part or full a wi wh fg BU 
rV WEN. Serer ge and outside, ex 


469 


ee - ° 
to ‘ — 40 
oanseling 


tree contielintion ) 


after! 


Past crowing, | owner. variety 


ane - a ‘sore. nee sales 


isa intel gence ae 
qualifications a 


JA 


‘Bigher “calary. EX. 
YOUNG MAN 


25 to 30, to learn merchan- | 
dizing in furniture business. 
You must héve.good hand- 
writing and must be am- 
bitious. If you have the de- 
| sire to build a future. for 

yourself this is your® op- 
| portunity. Permanent posi- 
tion, good salary, and Com- 
pany benefits. Apply Mr. 
Kadish 

HUB FURNITURE 


TTH & D &TS. NW. 


YOUNG MAN 


Por clerk tn chemical 
room, te 


a 


’ 


stock- 


THE HIGHLY LUCRATIVE 
FIELD OF DRAFTING 


Knowledge of tyrping. 
required. Age 21 to 2 
graduate. Experien 


chorthané 
high schoo 
ence preferred but 
not essential a ae opportun!-| 
es for advahcement. Fine salary) 
benefits cal Miss R. Peterson 
appcintiment at RE. 7-3705 


WAGE-SALARY 
ADMINISTRATION 


| REQUIREMENT: 

ten nla 
Experience tn 
ir re- 


"Pull and pare time 
— +~ gy on mino 


AT LEAST ONE YEAR| 
OF HIGH SCHOOL 
MECHANICAL 
DRAWING COURSE 


Saeevennamnats having mechanica) 
adility to be trained for pesvsemns 
office machines 

Washington Must 

appearance and 

a Piper 


tarting 
sibilities with our rapidiy ex 
pengne organization. Age AD 


APPLY 
| HOT SHOPPE 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


1341 G St. WW. RM. 200 
WASHING WMA 


chanic. 
automatic 


Ee STA 0 - AN 
be experienced and steady 
By * Apecs.. 623. No 
— _ : reli- 
Central = Repair- 
SHOE REPAIRMAN 
page steady job: 


snoRT- ODER ¢ 00 Oo — Whi 


ae, 

Mayflower "Diner, 

$0] note and NE 
SNACK BAR PORTER 


’ cK 
Brg types. salary. open 
| Must be first class. with own tools 
poly Mr. Shapes 
Watch Repair. 


Liberty St 
tome 71-1479. 


YOUNG MAN 


lf you are a high school 
graduate 


If you have an intérest In 
electronics or mechenics 


EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY 
FOR ADVANCEMENT IN 
AN EXPANDING RESEARCH | 
ORGANIZATION 


Baltimere, Md. 


| 
| 


APPLY IN PERSON 


Rey MS 
) 


positio 3 
= ienaae | through | Prider. age 
Apply betw 7¢a 


NT SERVICES INC. 
1135 2ist St. NW. 


STEN ©. SECY.—66900. wader 35 
st steno. com. meetings: aad 


MR meek ot BOYD'S COR. 12th 


8 A.M. to 4 P.M. 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


MELPAR, 
INC. 


A SUBSIDIARY OF 
WESTINGHOUSE 
AIR BRAKE CO. 


If you want @ careef op- 
" portunity in an expanding 
industry 


. » white, to 
needs young man to assist tn stock 


Visit Our 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
for an interview 


THE 
CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC 
TELEPHONE COMPANY 
“725 13th Street NW. 


Apply Monday thru Friday 
8:30 A: M. to 4:00 P. M, 


Edrewood &t 


Tectwiciors 
Electronic 


‘ Ability to read wiring dia- 
grams or biuveprints. 


3000 Arlington Bivd. 
Falls Church, Va. 


Assembly to experimental 
electronic equipment. Pre- 
vious industrial or military 
service experience neces- 
sary. 

APPLY IN PERSON 


8 AM. to 4 P.M. 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


MELPAR, INC. 


A SUBSIDIARY OP 
WESTINGHOUSE 
AIR BRAKE CO. 


3000 ARLINGTON VD. 
PALLS CHURCH, VA. 


Arnold 2-¥ bus from iith 
. NW. te plant entrance) 


~ ucea- 
tion, work keeper and 
make Nie if pA useful for 


large construction pee oject. Should 
— mage 4 Allied Con- 
bleck Keni)- 


| nar cease 
| (Take Arnold 2-V Bus from worth sve. fy sterile. 
lith & E Sts. NW. te plant, Jearn and edvance in 


‘ove. 


o 


rnished Call for appointment 
Tearn application 
perature contro) 
college engineer- 

~ training | 


To 
yusiness. of ae 
in 


Transcriber 


Por lead 


eee ees 


proved 
om -cond insoned otic os. a 
company 


| FE. 3-7400, bigs 261 


year 
w eq valent as 


“4. 
ter only. 
ee el) “tte oe 


eau 
experie 


f rly 


or 

work. Must be am ‘6 rule 
iat tnd’ paper —~ ag = 

tal 

only need apply. Ben Corse site 
Co.. 1215 Kenilworth ave ae. 


131T South Fern Se. 
Arlington, Va. 


) 
SALESMAN 


To assist mangoer: downtown serv 

ice store. excel = Tap =~ > he 
advancemen:. good pay 

Est oe. 


SALES COUNSELORS 


ds: 


WE need 3 additional sales coun- 
selors to call on the 75.000 eligibdie 
amilies in W Washinecton and 
ontsomery County whe. 


SALESAAEN 
WANTED 
positions now seveilable 


ner bracket income for 
these qualifications 


Severa! 
with hi 
men wit? 
Pride in persons! 
Desire to work in 
The sebility te meet and con~- 
verse with people. 
The need for mene 


Sppesrance 
seiv 


If you can meet these recuire- 


. mente. 
Call Mr. Thomas at RE. 6-4100 


Prom 9 A M o> 32 Seen Ons es: 
range for an inter 


t 
Snes worth at me. Your spare 
time is © at a oS ber hr: 


eas no > sales rest resistance. © 


‘Midises. OL + 


i 


‘ Sheet Metal Men 


ine ha know of 
‘x per’ in 


Inside Work 
45-Hour Work Week 
Air-Conditioned Facilities 
Many Employee Benefits 


APPLY IN PERSON 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 
8 A. M. TO 4 P.M. 


LOOK TO 
CHRYSLER MISSILE 
FOR 
JOB OPPORTUNITIES 


In today’s most challenging new 
field Guided Missiles 


s me- 
experienced wringer and 


New System YOUNG MAN, whi 
ina floor. 5 7 +_- anent p 


wen Mewaitflontions 
vie by appointment 
Call KI. 9-7500, Ext. 106, 


ATLANTIC 


RESEARCH CORP, 
Alexandria, Va. 


YOUNG MAN 


| 19-33, with some college. te 


yo af shai for posi ition ‘tn “are 
ag 


bees 
12 ‘ti 
m Saturdays 
FRNITURE C 


to type rag -— ] 


CURTIS BROS” PU 


2041 Nichols ave. se | 
te. fee, is- 1 for Ser 
art-tim 
bachelor apt 
siving name, 


— “Price 
address and tele-| 


o 


| Freee number if any. to Boz M-' 
| YOUNG MEN benetite 


| VER 

vernment employes 
rt time. sefternoons 
Dye ee ae 


Btuden 


prefer 
nd weeknds. 
ursda 


YOUNG M i a AEE 


| Under 26. represent | A or 
t New East 
wy ; 


| 
' 


i0-1, 6-8. Don't) 
phone. 
Young Men—Vets Travel 


| Bestern resort 


Accus- 
to earning $85-t100 weekly 
commission plus nus Saceilent 


ate advancement and 
3-7 7807 or 


wr Nae 1009 " 5 afte! 
BUSGIRLS-BUSBOYS 
than HELPERS 


stone ovatiatio 
- 1 ae basher “tt 


id vacation and “plek 


HOT SHOPPES, INC. 


iM1l G Bt. NW. 


Perman ys 


| wa - . 


| Dutier. 
n 


Immed. épportuntties svail, 

a meters. fer 
wom 

gagmter. att 


or Wi 


| hemato 
J 


‘Magazine Sales People 
Crew Managers 
District Managers 


all types of entertainers. 


TAILOR AND TAILORESS 


Permanent; full me on 
Experienced only. OF oh 


vacation. cleat “workin 
ditions. worthwhile 
nefits. 1 aitee, 4th , 
ern v 
ee METROPOLITAN 


WAITRESSES 
WAITERS 
CAR HOPS 
HOT SHOPPES 


Positions levengdiately Available 
At the Following Locations: 


many 


transportat jon araie 
My 


SHIRLINGTON, VA, 
ROSSLYN,, VA, 
LANGLEY PARK, MD. 


. 
x “Coit ol A * st 
vou 


rtunity te 
e > 


——- ; 


YOUNG “MEN 


8-25 
| High echoed ont college eraduates| 
trained for enies work with 


i 


rte 
in ° permanent pacition Gall i J 
or eppoint- 


em. NA. 8-4181, 


OPEN LETTER TO : 
RETIRED OR INACTIVE 
RESERVE OFFICERS 


reenity sewalte 
a“ 


company dedicated 
from ste inegpe 
n person - 
ne, "Fhe opportunity 
awaite rou right here in 
his ares. 


4340 CONN. AVE. NW, 

1404 PARK RD, NW, 

7980 GA. AVE., SIL. SPR, 

8643 COLESVILLE RD., 
Silver Spring 


DAY OR 


HOT SHOPPES, 


EMPLO 
i341 GO BT. B 


INC, 


OFPICE 


‘WHITE btikpt and wet: ayer 
en t r 


YOUNG MEN 
von WOMEN 
me week: reek. good raring 
WHITE TOWER OFFICE 
on Ss Pe 


Meade. Ft. “Welvott. 


drews eam 


qt: 


ventice and Met- 
repolita Cc. 


ou must have @ car: be 
rom 28 te 56 years of age: 
in good health. 


and sccept training : 


oopertuaity St ig 


: 


AERONAUTICAL 
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC 
ENGINEERS 


Electro-mechanical Weapons Systems Analysts 


Servomechanisms 

Computers 

Operational Analysis 

Radar Systems 
Instrumentation 


MARINE AND MECHANICAL 
ENGINEERS 


Small Mechanisms 


Components 

Circuit Analysis 
Navigation Systems 
Fire Control Systems 


Ships Structures 
Dynamic Analysis Physicists 

Servomechanisms Kinematics 

Electro-Mechanical Packaging High Pressure Hydraulics Systems 


ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL 


. 21-30, white, ear Ex- 
eeary. Bervice 


STANOARD. tee SERVICE 
3622 GA. AVE. TA. 9-0856 


| Truck rivers + eageeess 965 
gh 


wt 
- white Sp 


6 PART TIMERS 


Whe «are willing te work from 
&o = te m. during - 
dave = — 


ao serait ne eaeairs saa 


DESIGN TECHNICIANS 
EXPERIENCED IN ANY OF THE ABOVE AREAS 


These are permanent positions in Suburban Detroit, Michigan, 
working on design analysis and development of Chrys ler Corpora- 
seb all-important Redstone, Jupiter and Fleet Ballistic Missile 
ystems. 


Interview and relocation expenses paid. To arrange convenient 
local interviews call our Washington representative. ‘ 
a» 


Mr. T. C. Zink 
District 7-6150 
District 7-6151 


Monday-Friday 9 A.M.-4 PM. 

Wednesday until 8 P.M. 

Saturday 9 A.M.-1 P.M. 
Employment Office 

905 Washington Gas Light Bidg., 1100 H St..N.W. 
Washington 1, D. C. 
or write 
CH RYSLER CORPORATION | 


Missile Operations 
Personne! Department 
éP, 0. Box 2628, Detrolt 31, Michigan 


SEPT. 15, 1956 
CALIFORNIA CO. 


IF ITS A 
QUESTION 
OF CASH 


HERE'S THE ANSWER! 


Unlimited Income 
Pemneniag Gaalenainn 
Day. or Night Hours 
Meals and Uniforms Furnished 
Work Close to Your Home 


WAITRESSES 


interviews "Begin 5, AM 
Monday Thru Saturday 


PERMANENT 
POSITIONS 


(FULL TIME) 


FOUNTAIN 
CLERKS 


IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 


Men & Women— 
18 Yrs. or Over 


Office 
| Bates Shee Sree "Be 


PEOPLES 
DRUG STORE 


_<eeenee 


pe Se tl 
ee a? 


16) HELP, WOMEN 


a, A 
t nw. Bee 


“mane ¢eol. 

(¢c ered) | Salary on % 
' 0). 

loor_ office. 


dante white ‘ deraci. 
reaees. a 


sive A. - 1; 


woo Former Eras toe Senefite§ v ation 
ary $e: drs 


110) 322 40 rie 

u tein “si giris 
. 

domestié 


‘ 
undry workers, al! 
irt press operators 
la ri 


CASHIER 
ND 
CASHIER-WRAPPER 


Excelient sslary. 5-day week 
ranent Pos tion 
Viscayunt 
HAHN SHOE STORES 
7TH AND K STS 
3113 14TH ST 


—— a 


CASH | ER 
5.Day—35-hour Week 


in our home 
7 . . 


— r. 


Conces 4) surrounding 
' ° 


ms 
ius 


CASHIERS 
TYPISTS 


i bn e..’ 
Vacnine VUperat 


ATLAS "Agcy. RE. 7-5767 ‘tite 
°o NM OY. «éOAWe rw Room $06 


6 ps 
7 ) . 5 


OV NTING.cUK. &1 : 
KM EFEPER <p ? 


BEGINNERS — 


‘'S 


cay Weer peaitions 
> af iar * Z DB 
ire re rood 

diseoun' Lege 
SERMICE a" oyee “pene! lis 


i FLOOR 


$350 


MPL 


DS Fr eT. NW 


"ADMIN. SECY. 


a jmereu 
apply Mr. Gn? 
Hub Furniture Company 

Tih and D Gts. NW 
CASHIER—Piessant work 
a exey ara roe | 
work for com 
Varied and in- 

" . 2 yrs college 
TRAVEL COUNSELOR | Fou 
Por RAS or = eer Bome - 
$F, jene Above averace ar Be aac 


Pie 3S aduycy “a 


Ne shor oV. 
mercial et tache 
teresting material 


. 
»*Cay 


ee 
i4th NW 


> . TRAVEL AGENCT! 3 NEFD 


ions 

IATION TRAINING "Roebuck 

921.150 NW 7 a6) R4 Cole ~ 
Admin. to 30 CASHIER 
lect posit For rental of ise 
at ne exp. Bor : 
woraeine 
Borus, tree 


Secys. 
fons P' 
API TOL Hilt 
p eat: BASSIES 
CIAL P liesean 
CLERK. RCA ee Man y to $70 »,- 


Manaecer Cpesrenc ¢) 
7" gsr: 
4 Ore. some trev 


feot 


A- 
AW 
AND 


#3888 


neral ollie Bore 
p Howard Clothes 


eeeeiee AND TYPIST 


Permanent 


2-2QOO0woO 


(White) _ 


dry cleaning Ae. 


SCHECKERS 

peri¢c ced. 71 

, enced { 
OTHERS 
in irest.ag 
ette D Tatelman 


235 Wood ward Bide RE ~44! 
sth St. NW H 


War int 


fields 


; Ol4 Colon. y La 
Ge iake 2 ~~ 
COLORED * 


Aisistaxr or 
oe ” 5 O.™ 
ad.e 


«tral 
© 5 a car 
gitis 


.° 


—— 


la _ N 
Woo! Di esser . 


WHITE 


, Property, y management 
* a an ASE attic? 


Counter girls 


const. Comvanion. iive in 
M38 Gow NATIONAL EMPL 
712 lin 8t. EW 


CLERICAL POSITIONS 
PERSONNEL OFFICE 


oy 
© 
. SERVICE 
na Far. 


ave 


" UM NER—Exper 


salary r app 


ly im person. COLUMBIA 
Eund Cane ce ' 
iia pike. Ariin _ vs. 
AUDIT CLERKS day and 


Pric day, 10 to ol ottice tot 


tress | a ROEBUCK & CO 
4500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW 


cashier nelp fa 
sitions 5-ca 


" 

ay 1 QPn e 

oer iig selary. &1) Sochpans bene 
ts 


Apply 
HOT SHGOPPES 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


+) OW i = 
‘RK. Prefer some- 
ne experi me ee a eutomobile or 


some 


a 
eT ¥. EMPL. 


CTERICA t¥ping 
BAGG 
Dr at) 


918 Burns iewortn 


ste Mr 


enn. sve. nw 34 
CALLS —AVON Chris, 


e 
repes o 


Sb es xt aa 


in new panes? 
. ed 8: 


DESIRES 
CLERK 


PE ee CO : 


lisworth Dr 

Knowledge of —_-, = 

. i* sired to » 28 : 

. achool graduate "Goes eT cal 

ARL TON pe! enc a preferred but not eseen - 
ty list ‘ - tial. Excellent opportunity fer ad- 


time. Louise Moore Beauty bg .> a. 
4 13th st. nw. ME. 6- 3410. aly 05. Ext. 289 
- ome \" oo exper'i- 
ence preferred wee 
pieasant working cor adi ~—A 
ness ; 
ve 


ROOM 


Miss 
Az 


estate accounting dep 
Payroll escrow eaccounts 
corporation operation 


. 7 6406 Geo ga ave 
BOOKKEFPrn. -ARST Under 35 


FOR GENERAL = CE WORE. 


14 aie tion pensie en nat 

yiago . : a 

lagona! sa! ary 856 per we 
pasts Txcellent 


BOOKKEEPER 


Interesting work with iarge real 
~~ “a ne —~e 


Alt x cM: 
“NA° TIONAL BISCUIT CO. 


335 RANDOLPH PLACE NE 


AGE 18 TO 22 
Flier scaool grad te do $263" e!- 
jareous clerical wor. 3 per 
month to start. 6292 in tns 
Other paw hncreases, TS des, 
40- may, ir week 


ASHINGTON 
GAS LIGHT CO 


PERSONNEL DEPT. 
ent 1100 29th St. N.W. 
air- sonditic cea No Phone Calis 
Northwest. ae dry-cleaning estad- 
. oe in P Cc. Short hours. 
MODERN CLEAN- 
North Pershing dr. Ar- 


CLERKS 


With or without trpin 
Cogs promotiona! 


ONS, INC 


Ave at Thomas Cir 
Di. 77-9217 


CLERKS 


High School Graduates 
Experienced or inexperienced 


machine 


S.day 
Sunpmit writ: B _- 
and 
: 


intery lews grant- 
written resume 


"SHANNON & LUCHS CO. 


“Ww “Far chaise EMPL 
SERVICE, ~~ léth st. nw. at L 


OES 

rin hrs. To 2 

$4 IZA Eig Be PINKSTON 
ersonne! Counseling 


White 
$ under 40. knowledge of oppor- 

double entry bookkeeping with 

oe wad to +4 9g reports accurately 

. and : : 


17 
tunities 


POSIT! 


1y34 Mass 


30 a 
ersonnel office 
obi ty 


CAFETERIA ASSISTANT 
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 
40-HOUR WEEK 


Fxcelient unity te learn all 
scale commercia) 


Perec | 
Gems resteurent eapertnnse 
preferred. Age 21 to 40. 


qr sacs SERVICES 
1735 Zist st.. NW 


R and organization 

¥. ed. social! 
re 
cote 


m 
"at 
38 x 


To train fer manuel & 
accounting wo 23 


y inete Bick and, re- 
tirement benefits. rr? 38-25. 
appcintment cal) 


NA. 4-9900, Ext’ 286 


CTERK- lent 
tens i N es 
erpaptadtions, pubite Bote a5 be 
‘aning en ex typists ° age 
To gE IZABETH we. 


Tre. 


$+3 
Personne) ‘acted Sy ery- 
a 9 ite 5 Coun. ave. ow. Rm. 235 


are ete for ppsftiony in ia Wash- 
aston wr ing on 
ae pts ny = Tati 


slide ae h sae is 


No 
| a0t! 


under 30 
mo. Trpe 


| Today 


mo yO, oe: 


per- 
Liberal employee 


“ana ap? TYPIST — 36- “35, 


Por 


time business 


: 7: 
om me Lt ie 


we wei * eth fala 
oS 8 ont 


& CLERK. runes” as 


eawera pide 


CLERK- » YPISTS—White. | av. 
id AA ope nine ” ‘eo 
EM L SERVI ce 
at L. BA. 39-7270 
CUrRG: TY bang my A 
Pine org. Tra 


ee 
he rtt pia STON 
y ‘eae fi” 


—— 


super) a 


“— ave 


CLERK-TYPISTS _ 
SECRETARIES 
ASST. BKKPR.-TYPISTS 
CLERKS 


‘ERS AND EXPERIENCED 
‘ i 


co rre :... 
Die pornos srcrYrs 
Wo 1D PFERSONN 


SEE MISS WOOD 


SOUTH: [RN BLDG. DI 77-8752 
ISI ST. NW. Al BB 
CLERK- terest =e manent posi- 
' sh school 
we orks née oom 
: ac’ a: 

’ ° 


X 
he 
- - 


u 
iave ’ les a 
6 Pr 
“_ 
: 


ord Oi Bide. RE 


CLERK. FRIST 


5 day 4o- 
: oF Allnutt or Mr 
WEAVER BROS _ INC, 
WASHINGTON BUDIND 


CLERK -TYPIST— itera No ex 
Been “one 348 ben efits CAR 
ER nvestment 


Dre 
rT h and 


CLERK- TYPIST 


accurat e typist 


Ww 


eer 
compan iy bene 


» CALL FE, 3-7400 
EXT. 263 


BETWEEN 9 A. M. AND S P.M 


Man 7 


nal 
nic trrs— = ac hoe! Mer 
d 


“bot Ae 


< “TT ow a 
- c 


“> AO 


APPLY 
HOT SHOPPES 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
1341.0 ST NW RM 
RK- Ty PiST 
bid. 5-< 
cuit cighte rea 26 Dh 133 
tion in credit office. Mr 
CLERK: TY?T — wT 
lar BN ly ec m 


oe te) 
- 

v\i- 
$-< 
e 
- 


pos. - 
Bc ot 


5°h-day = 
Away By to 
CLERK TYPIST 

i ae 5 ape ce. 
CLERK-TYPIST 


Interesting 
De 


gt LL. 


22 Wis 


posit lon tn Personne! 


Many company benef n 
ms group insurance, paid va- 
and sick ave. 


5-dar 


SAFEWAY 
STORES, INC. 


EMPLOYMENT OFFIC 


1845 4TH ST. NE. 


49-hour week 


CLERK-TYPIST 


White 2-40 years of ase: paid 
vac ation. a other emplorve bdbene- 
_ wo wpaereess ns — 

200 per mont 
NATIONAL hieLE. ASSOCIATI x 
1600 hode isiend ave. nw. I 


° r loc 

. central, rio- 

area 

ae 
treet 


KI 


CLERK-TYPIST 


Under PY for advertising research 
dep Nat’! n magazine 
wet a sigures 

know! 
etic cs phone « Cal- 

ine experience ce- 


for emp! ore 


YPts T—Wa: 


i le Some typ: ng also required 
Pleasant work! ne conditions. Many 
company benefits. Call 


FE. 3-7400, EXT. 261 


Between 9 A. ‘uM. & 5 


COMPANION White. live in. #150 


mo.: maint 5 FESE Conn. Ave.. excl 
esse M DOE at BOYD'S. 


‘ 


COMPTOMETER 
OPERATOR | 


rienced eperators to work in 
dern. air-conditioned office ip 
section 


Should be be’ ween 70 and 
¢ age and be familiar 

asses} 6©O6f 6 6comptometer yO. 
operation 


49 pears 
wit 


paic 
anc 


Pleasant working conditions 
vacat insurances 
other emp! oye ‘benedits 


S-day. 460-hr. week 


"APPLY 


SAFEWAY 
STORES, INC. 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


1845 4TH ST. NE. 


on grou 


| COUNTERGIRES 


WHITE 
ust be meat and re 
and day ‘obs open: me 
forms furni 
re vacation. 


725 14TH Ae NW, 
enced: 


tas 


ar 


of excia- 
re 1-4:30 


_ earlare 
B- .ShFY PERSONNEL. 1338 Ere NW 
_. DRUG 


, Age ex 
a Phone using Office. aE it 


HOLLOWAY CAFETERIA, 


sen good “eek seedy dy ore 


HELP, WOMEN 16 


——— 
DAY HOSTESS 
ROSSLYN, VA. 

HOT SHOPPE 

Apply Directly to the 

Shoppe Manager 


HOT SHOPPES, INC. 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Het 


iMil GO ST. N.W.. RM. 200 | geting, ‘femieen 0) 


efor 
° %. he 'y 
=. ar, at erest 
5 de i: 


DEMONSTRATORS ter vert ous 


ariely « days: 860 and. '.nder nmed gRaNt, 


i 
BOTS. COR: in 


REAL eSTATE Mortgage Lean Pre - 
essing Dep't. Mature person le 
to deal with purchasers and bulld- 
ere. Tyding requir salary. 


Usua] berefits. air-conditioned of- 
fee. T.N LERNER CO. 6406 


4 COSME TS ee with 
a! m 


=) mA on _Geor ip ove. 
EDIT. AS#T., - 28-32: $4500 
yr. HAGOER 918 bry 
worth Dr... Si horina. iv 5-90 
—H rad No aes 
: 82 OMAC F300" 
Wilson Bivd., Ari. JA. 2 
GENERAL CUK,., good with figures 
xcel. #8 Mra. Patterson, ME. 
880C 1017 12th 


ex 


public. Mrs. “Patterson MM 8-219 


HAGGERTY EMPL... 918 tat 
Dr ilver 

- ne ot sh- 
ing trade ofeanisation, 
soneniss pension 
ds week ; sala " 
-- f hn abi ity an 

fasan 


Call. 


and courteous. 
REC ane typ., hospl. ... 
Rec epts hd 0 r.’s ofe. 

Nurse, a * r ty ofe 


ftern Lad. tec 
vi then Prt PROP PER -ONNFL. te 8-290 
Persot ; RECEPT., Di $ oe. ; 


Washington Post 
i518 L Bt. N TYPIST 
MANY OTHERS 
‘Silver Spring-Rockville 
EMPLOY a Ace 6-4 
$413 Geo 


r 
RECEPT.. ‘TYPIST "$250 
TT J . 1307 BH NW 
eC “TPTIONIT- YPist 21-35 
tractive and personable. Fation- 
al i a 5 65 No 


t 
N ghia ton 
si “TA NTIS. inc. Buite 1001 1435 


RECEPT: STYPIsT— Cleceodon, | mn, 200 


OTOMAC Wilsen 
he EPTIONIS 


dined 
or educational 


ge 9 on nr 
Circk fot wt... excel 
send complete resume 
\ Be 


GIRL FRIDAY 


Be perm 
” ex 


: 
$250 
to $300 
for 
12°53 
days 
ne}\ Re : ae 
and imes Herald. 


Monde 
err 


te, general office work 


part*tiene 

0 #) rT rai to s.er 

form ariare furnished. Cal! 
2-9839 

~~ 35. white ; 


ew sstand piy Un 
‘ Washinaven 4 


» hande 
ion iP satend 
Terminal 


HOSIERY SALESLADY 


Raper jenced permanent poe 
ene -@ ent Salary and mmis- 
6! sone : bene ohte 


emp.ore 5- 
“HAHN SHOE STORES 
8401 GA. Ave., "SALES GIRL—TALL 


Silver Spring, Md . we : 
- -— = — ’ feet. a 
HOSP rT iL CLERK—Whiie | Must ve attractive ~ .. 
f isc ue. Mm ’ : pr 
a + ing ' 
yw 


me 
o. 
— ine. ean: 
‘end PBX, on 
vo 
" MR ESC aERAC 
Hor “SEREEYER — 


ins e1 ver fst Works in : 
si an pour D L-A2G i 
SALES GIRLS 


To sell nati ongiiy 
for Georges ad 
‘< 


En s 


: 
” 
oe ing & Cileahine 


Rol s Ro! 


ly _bivertines t 
Rar bee 


TV co 


Housewives Part. time 5 34 
SALESLADIES _ 
OPENINGS WITH 

ADVANCEMENT 


st _Langiey Park and Silver Spring: 
5-day. 40-hr. wk.: pleas- 

ny bene- 

vacation: 
¥ oals, Apply Pan 


nd ae omen 43° 
y 
rine, after 12:30 


Farn ra meger uring your 


heuld h ve 2 
Sours per ‘week. and be | ~~ ra 
she and dependabie bone 


ay Ors Viti seer _ $300 mo 
mo 


F all 
Frenc ville rd duly er 
Alexandria ade 5 
50 others Dally 


ao 
BOYD et. 4 


) thoroughly experience 
accustomed to 
sate and 


ening 
sales- 
selling better 
suite. Salary 
he Inc.. 
person 
to serve 


in fire. eaa- 
“@ eat an.! ished 


or ve 
SALESLADIES 

Outside work. No experience poses 

sary. No canvassin 

a us ———— — -— 


Parke Pp Ve 

arks Fojerprse. 3 517 pth gt. 

shLestabt Pull-time sales 
modern 


dies needed fn ares new. 
ro 


aiNna: alata “CLERK 
PART TIME 


discount 
\) o> 


30 Apply 
Colesville 


to 35, pleasant per- 


" ee 
deal: =~ ® wie, Buble helpful; to 
: 5:30 te 1:30 

‘Monday through Priday. 
Att ractl ve. air-conditioned of- 


lingerie bia-day 

pesensess wit 

Js, 1034 I | 
Woe c Comm Plus ‘ 

“COLUMBIA me vis oo. 


ALESWOMEN 


For exclusive ng yg Fe + Ex- 
repay wear 

18810 or LIBERA L 
Uniimited earning 

poss) bilities , Qpeaings for perma- 

nent ull-time 5-day-w 

regular “part Tote. 12-4 

cation, excellent 

tions substantial 

poly office, 

1219 Conn. ave 


Government Employees 


Insurance Co. 
my. and 7 Sits 
2 Apply a tL St. Entrance 
avi Per for gen. wor rk 
. “tal n wo ‘ 


i “i Tee iste 


te e, 

LAR. FEC fi NICTAN $4200: reed. count. A 

MISS" aio 'O. St. Pasterna’ 
$04 Personne). 2 SiR» 


LADIES—PART-TIME 


Day time oer evening hours 

7eu. 1 . ; ce neceses 

ee e hr ing e “5. = 
. Aver 


~ suit 
y. But 
ae- 
Our 


Full Time and 
Daily Part Time 
Severel immediate openin tn 
various ¢epariments. Ex arienee 
helpful but mot necessary. You are’ 
tle you train. 
0-Hour Week 


Or 4 Hours Daily 


‘i. 


per 


NEWSSTAND CLERK 


rmanent position: fall company, 
ae rtumtity for advance-| 
ment 


sharaton Boris "Hotel 
MANICURIS1 


Experienced: permanent position: 

good salary. 5-day Week. noe eve- 

nings. Por interview. call ME 

8-227 4 

nck O PERATOR— | 15- 3 : &- 

— B ay. & 

Si aNAC weir 

AN: S. Inc. Suite 100). 1495 ony. 
NIGHT CASAIER 


Also Full Time Openings at 
4 toils periénced. Apply SEVEN CORNERS 
il AYP LQWER pot? Apply at Our Employment 
so Trailer, Seven Corners 


xUB Pre ctical, white 50 
ey SAVESCABY — [adiow 
tat 


20% 
| VACA 
rR 10 


Woodwa rd & 
Lothrop si‘ 


pane at 4 


1ith AND F 


 peady-to- 


unce 
duty san itartum. 
nea: iy Maryland Must 
WwW wk. 
453. 


be experi- 
ced NU _ ity 


ES’ “AID 


white: 


5-da 


Pull or 


810 a da vale 
> Refs. 14M 


ae part time 
i nw 
2, SEAME TRE Se 10 ¥ vr 
> 0 ec nw 


Pu 


NURSE Tr dus 


1A eee SERVICE 
1341 G st. Auite 224. 
NURSE—Reg. 5-day. 9 to 5. 
mo under 30. MI ay 
sonne) 
ne 


training 
ai. 

xD. “b- 

alet eoreices 


ust ast 
tad aan tt tea 
“we .. f oes gs 9 


rson 
ours 7 0. 6-3 
bo (lB ceo 
6 


OFFrice rags ae, as 
_ tions and repa ¥ 
33% Wilson sly in per 3 ecm Clesnent| 


supers eee) 
capability. one. ‘pe 3 - 
er - _ 


vunderwriter. Coll 
EMPL 


: Bieg. vs 


De rice ™ 
pas 


= Ame 2 mentie’ 

e — tmas card de-| 
alert. industri-' 

18-35 pre- 

in con- 


FOR AIRLINE aie 
ONAL AIRPOR 

typing and -i3 mane. 
rseonality. startin 


NA 
Accurate 
pieasant 
selary. air) ine erty. epply Saneer 


Appiy Mr Y 
Diby DIAPER 701 
LAMONT 87. 3.W.. 


> 

week Call TA 
PAYROLL CLERK ee a 

g-2191 ASSOC. 10 

se RET AEY— Admin. ability: un- 


mo. Private secretary 
$35 < a lati tugs DAIL 


Bes veal ga 

ings ees re 

Younes «at nek 
s° , 


SECY. to Top Level Exec. 


New York office of saiernationel v 
known firm. Cepadilities must in-| 
~ de above average sten aphic 

xille Excellent opportun + fe 
fully qualified person Box M- ‘ 
Post-TH. 


aa, CORE TARY eat 


33. goed horthand, typing. 3 


Ick. 


Leading wetkly news -_p- A has 
oer iag for individual novia 
east a’ year's experience o1 


: 
pany benefits. pleafant working 
conditions, « air-conditioned bulld- 
ing. Call 


FE. 3-7400, 
EXT. 261 


AYROLL tik. $375 HAG- 
*OERTY EMPL... Sia Bileverth + 
Silver Spring. JU. 5.9040 

iness bac ground 
5-day 


PBX OPERATOR a INC. 


1774 Mass Ave, et Thomas Cir. 


, 


: 


For large downtown furni- 
ture store, 


Must be thoroughly ex- 
perienced in operating a 
one-position board, and 
also to do clerical work. 
Good salary and pleasant 
working conditions. 


5-day week. 


Numerous company bene-° 
background and refer- 
ences, Box M-2202, Post- 
TH. 


COLUMBIA = 
134 
ae 


| dictaphone 1 


aiité 
a ba 
B. &-3529 
woley ang use 
and use 
Apply 7 Mt. ie Pais, ee 


PBX OPERATOR 


(White) aig Rt Nationa) Gesgoeune 
te eooning 8 eke ‘s ay 


for an ¢ opera a 0 
two-position switc pate 


GEOGRAPHI in 


wh eM 


: 
: 


\ 
- 


: 


Ic 
M Bt. 
L 


i, Risto: oe 


a SWITCHBOARD 


SALESWOMEN ic 


TBs | oon 


| days 


ee 


ust 
all g7gee of ere) & 


: ere —SPEAK epcrentirs 


} e 


sy 
| TLSVBSENE: SERV. 


AVE, NW. ST, 3-2207 


wy SECYS -TYPI ists. 
See ABBEY First 


1333 aye <i B ahed ST 3-0199 


$3900" 
4200 
ween 
ee assn 13880 
260 4 
st. goed. pith figs $320 
ce 


, Sia 
: ty 5 
Jn st some DEK 


gee 
inner typists. Bit ‘Soe th bie 


Pk. 
t. Rainie: , downtown, 


360, 
SECRETARY 


Washington Natl. Airport; smal 
branch office of aircraft acces- 
gor manufacturer; typing. short- 
and and general office .work: I- 
gi genes: 5 days. 8 to 4:30. DI 


ak. 
$50- 


——— — 


or D 
and Set 

-6751 & 
ecutive vic@ 


RY—To 
president of a national association 
Air con trenet office _Atiephone 


ysician's office 
Geveneeas off 
2. : 


for appoin 
»” SERVICE 


App.» 


in n. r 
J Nee Co.. 800 Rock- 


you desire a 
“hard to na 


a earn 
Lider ir gal vesiats, gales 


con 
Id. 
* eat = anpt,. JA te 


sary” » Eee aTORS for plant tn 
Ma We ar. 81 hr 


for 
‘o-hr wk. plus ity cents per shirt 
= “he a | 


SILI INI 
Bteac 


job with good pay for 
BR iedciteh— ec BE 
rmanent posi- 


5 

tion tn modern cieaning plan 

piv Cour Club ~w ™’ 1 is 
Wilson biva Ariingto 


TIL FINISHERS 


rete around work. paid tacations 
Tich plecework rates. 5-day week 


Aeol y in person 
OFF ¥ Cl RANERS 
ne 


aruvte 
career while 
dy Jd i. oy ‘work 


try 


Cl 
1749 Minnesota A‘ 


STAT TYPIST 
4) w'pite, Exp $-day, $275 
POSITIONS, INC 


1334 Wass A e. at Themas Cir. 
DL 4-9217 
STE NOCWAPHER white), 
including oper 
PBX swt teh board 
; ednesday atter- 


amet 


genera! 
at o! 


nee 


balance of ; Desire - 
capable person interested in. per- 
position who can work our 
6 Others please do 

piv Salary $60-865. de 


upon abill ARM l- 
wc. 945 a ine Drive 


rela‘ squs 

0 i- | tn 
new openings ally. i- 
3.34666. BOYD'S. COR 


-t- 


STENOGRAPHER 
5-Day, 35-Hour Week 


Congces'al surroundings in our 

nome office. Permanent positio: 

vith many com pany venefits x 
for ac ane 


t be high school «! ad. 


APPLY 


PEOPLES LIFE. IN: 
1343 H St 


Room 706 NW. 


se SUBSCRIBER SERVICE 


REPRESENTATIVES 


attract _ and 
a Hac? 


SURGICAL TECHNICIANS 
White, male or female. for operat 
ing room. Experience or training 
+ we Phone Nursing Office 

operat or. whit te, 
pecretar! Hou 
ios > ur : 47) 
featcnes ter wo 6-771 as « 
“ 


7 
AM 
RE 


Ph 


4 HERS No Nr 134i 


ork SEC. Bd WO'w 
onn 
| BLACK. 's 2 ‘ete! 

0 
MY 


to 50. 
, ONAL 


your own 


from eur studio. 3 er 7 
weekly. Exp not nec 
Guarantee salary plus uberal com - 
—— ions. Air-cond, Stydio. Call for 
a 10-10 Mon.-Fri. DU. 7-5520 
(company 

Young. To $2400 
L sagt 3 


at L EX. 3-7 
Transc riber 
For leading weekly news magazine 


Our work will 
trer 1 Abe ption 


pey 
NA 


2 IONAL 
— 


léth i st 


0 wpm cK- 

correct English usage 
wor r, conditions in 
air-conditioned office. many essen-| 
si company benefits. Call 


FE. 3-7400, Ext. 261 | 


Between 94.m. 45D. ™. 
TRAVEL VOUCHER CLERK 


$70 
cd EMPL. SERVICE 
i Buite batt, 8- -3629. 
fo), $55- c fasi 
u . Bee only DOT FR 


it now ’ : for 
pest. t.: must be y=. hey 7. 
yo conscientious worke 


ist 
ie uditor. Hotel Dupons "place. 


CSI pe a um | 
© 134] © St.. Suite 224. ME. 68-3629 
TYPISTS 
(TEMPORARY) 


(White.) Temporary «assignments. 
la 3 or 4 months, with possi- 
of permarent essignments 


e 
preferred. Minimum accurate typ- 
ing speed 60 w ba 


in 


Ww 
dept 


etween 10 a. m. and 


NATIONAL 


GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY 
ard & R Bts. NE. 
TYPIST 
waite. age 25-40: quperienced, 
ate. for pagmene 
editorial depart of n 
association, air- condits ed bulic- 
ing: 5-day A paid vacation. 
aroup teeset 


and life iB 
surance. tC" RiP 
CIA a z ond 


posit r typists. 
with este blished Tame conven!- 
ent downtown offices in ail sec- 
tions .of subu 
n ‘ 


ac- 
in 
nat tho a)! 


and BE- 
Interesting 
rapid ad- 

m oe 
OM i PICK THE J0 you 


NNEL. 12 enw. 


RIENCED 
Immediate Openings 
rtin. 


Geod Sts « Salary 
Opportunity for Advancement 
pos Ba3—8-Day ee 
r 

N 


70) estat 
70 


NATI 
11138 Georgia pe . Uae, 
Midway 5- 


ATTRESSES 
’ Excellent eqraings for experienced 


primarily , 


tut, WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERA 


| Were. 35. yrs. 


ing. tales: 


> in = 
| Hogate’ . 
_..th_sapd Ma 
pawn gg me Ss WA 
need, neat and 
salace, excelient 


TYPI eA a 

Age 18-30 
Must have speed of at least 50 
words per minute, billing ex- 
perience would be helpful but 
not necessary. We will train.) 
Permanent position. 5-day week, ' 
many employee benefits. Very 
pleasant working conditions. Ap-| Sundays 
ply Mrs. Shelton at 1310 New ote) ene 
York Ave. between 10 & 12 A 
and 1-4, 


Chas, G. Stott & Co., Inc 
MA. 86-4181 


xperience 
LIDO RESTA 


TYPIST-WHOLESALE 
; NE, SECTION 
paveneinat 2004 


apeed 
opportunity 
Position 


PART-TIME 
SELLING 


FOR 


21-35, white 
Some cierica 
and working were 
permanen: A. 6-33 

TYPIST—Up 
Permanent 


to 45 years 
poanes. 
work. 40-hour, - ey! 

Scouts of America, EX. 3-2330._ 
TYFIST—660 week. white ie). im- 
mogiete. r _ Bass at BOY , 

co 


WORKERS 


—Fire and casual- 
ty aa Aptitude Sey Sgeses, 


Saturday. 
a. nw. 


= st OR 


HOUSEWIVES 


t experience 
Appiy in per person. 732 14th nw 
warthntedh. “white, full time 
and part Sime, un livia’s 
vw 


at. BY 
RESSES— ie. neo’. expra 
ver 21. Top salary and excel. tips 
y or night. work Apply = er- 
aon LD sTEIN OR 
Conn. Ave, APPLY 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


waitresses 
HOW ARD 
sons at 13th 

sift a 


THE 
y HECHT CO. 


WASHINGTON 
F ST. AT 7TH NW. 


White: experien nee; 
abie For Be 
Appl ’ A. perion ‘trom 4 a. 


se) m 
a TY trun. 11% ti st 
AITHES pew pite, 7H ie a. 
o " 


say. Bare or he 


slore, 5 sia" 


tables, 
AYE 


5 days 
 OWER 


ot Payh tes Sees tae Wat ae i 2 
and a vancement. Cali com me mane to ca mae 
: EPS en 


rte r}- 


GOVERNMENT 


3, 4 of 5 Full Days @ Week 
No Saturdays or Evenings 


U- Open Thursday, 12:30-9 P. M 


to place ‘your 
weekend want ads 
in the. big 


% ay sag Saturday and Sunday 


‘tassified Sections of 


tet The Washington Post 
Closed and Times Herald 


RE. 7-1234 


pleasant 
vegitehboard omy 


pia 
o 5 
net 


YOUNG WOMAN—20 to 

our maja office; ex 
| tun.ty for ne ne 
| have some khow! 


* Evenings After 5 and All Day | tale thortnas 
po 


\YOUNG wos 
i wes duet in « 
i3 


ane 


| LADIES LIVING 

| IN. -NEARBY MD. 

Work in Cool Comfort 
of Own Home 


4 HOURS PER DAY 
GOOD SALARY 


OVER 25 YEARS OF AGE 
WITH PLEASANT VOICE 


Hae | «CALL AD, 4-0800 


THE 
CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC 
TELEPHONE COMPANY 


needs smart young women NOW fo fill a number of In- 
teresting jobs in this exciting communications industry. 
Nowhere else will you find more pleasant working ¢ondi- 
tions, better chances for promotions with regular raises, 
and friendlier ao-workers, You will be trained right on 
and you'll make 
many new friends with whom you'll want to spend your 
Why don’t you visit our office and let us 
ou more about it? 


the job by understanding supervisors, 


leisure hours 
tell y : 
“EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
725 13th Street, N.W 


, Monday through Friday 
8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M, 


4 ing 
| Ges 
mine 


SALESLADIES 
AGE 24-38 
For Our Beautiful Store 
Opening Soon at 7 Corners’ 
We offer alert young business women “the eppor- 


tunity for a successful, interesting and ers iene 
career. A 


$44.00 beginning rate for 5-day, 40-hour aweek.., 
Salary increases, many employee benefits, Includiag © 
bonus; 7 paid holidays, paid vacation and group 
insurance, 


Come into our “F” Street Store and ask for "Miss 
Wooten, who will tell you about these fine positions. 


RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES 
1343 “FP” St. 


10 A..M.-1 P.M. FOR APPT, 


LEARN 
TO SELL! 


If you've never 
want ou. 


WELL TEACH YOU 
AT NO COST TO YOU 
I a ag ne 


ontgemery County r 
| necessary for local ea 


sola before. we 


at Cat 


POTENTI 
mel fneome produ 
care@r AR intangible creative 
in ww snger seer 
ment if you aaasty 
at our sxpenae 
poten'tal 7.) 
en—then decide of 
Baris fe om 2 we 
No calls, ase: 
poreln Sth. eee sooty te 
| PARKLAWN 
| 1960 Réckvill® Pike 3 mi 
+ Of Betheséa Naval Hospi 
AVON 18 CALLING f& your > 
norhoad: Sia iY Berries ‘AVON 
rs. 


sere 


customers in conv rn 
s by Ca 7 


| WOMEN LIVING 
IN NEARBY VA. 


Work in Cool 
Comfort of Own Home 


4 HOURS PER DAY 
GOOD SALARY 


OVER 25 YEARS.OF AGE 
WITH PLEASANT VOICE 


SALES POSITIONS 
FOR WOMEN 


Interviews are being held to fill 6 full-time sales positions. 
Applicants will be considered on the basis of appearance, 
personality and aptitude for sales. Experience helpful but 
not necessary as we will train. Expected earnings $45 to 
$60 to those who qualify, Employment includes 5-day, 
40-hour week, discount privilege, paid vacation and 
holidays plus many other benefits. Apply personnel office 
today and Friday 10 to 9, Saturday 10 to 6 


SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 
4500 WISCONSIN AVE. N.W, 


CALL JA. 7-5959 


FOR APPT., 10-8 NOON 


EXCELLENT 
POSITIONS 


WOULD YOU 
QUALIFY 
ONE OF THEM? 
Comptometer Operator 


Bookkeeping Machine 
Operator 


Finance ae Accounting 


WOODWARD 
& LOTHROP 


7 CORNERS STORE 


WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 20 


We Still Have Some Choice 
Selling Openings 


Start Work at Once 


New Sréed: Fresh Merchandise: 
Fr iendly Co-workers 


FULL, BDAY Wm | 
3 oe hea HOUR DAYS | 


WOODWARD 
& LOTHROP 


EMPLOYMENT TRAILER AT 


RN 
tat Eg 


WASH HINGTON 


With ‘and 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


1942 oO 8T. u.W. 
itt SUPERVISOR 


Ss orca 
tak ot? salerwomen. 


b.e 


44 
PHONE | 
‘TODAY 


to place your 
weekend want ads 
in the big 
Saturday and Sunday - Home sri “astm byw) 
Classified Sections of A? a “to Een Ee . 
The Washington Post at iransp. LI. 4-$934 


Lt rm. tor 
and Times Herald Home 
RE. 7-1234 


HELP, DOMESTIC 
{ ontinted From Preceding Past 
; , AND COOKS. live Mm or 
' ° DD. ¢ Va... Md. To 4. 
, tn k nw 


Thursday, y> September 13, 1956 ‘ 

ROOMS, FURNISHED 

“Spa rms. #8 8k. ud, LL 3-4898, 

‘COL. NW.. sal. & dbie, rims. emply 

Poewle Good trans ~ ay — 
27 Ne 


a “a 
a 


24 
24 


pisatr paths, a ‘orvis 
s. HO. 


a Bg 
py ome 6a 

1235 13th nw. ist. 
ye 


i er 


1. 


2 


for 


Lee 
privi- 


rw 
COL. - 
: 1dio 
$150 col. Lee. frt 
;« OLORED—Ni 
& 


ERSONNE 
is 


* n 
Rurris 
ase 

r* 


aa 


of kit 


te 8 
use 
1004 1 iit ‘h at. ONE 


ly ail priv 
7 ie mo 


c ot —531 Wind at 


xt to bat LU 


Yor All 
fond of chil ay | m 
Lee. rm 
: 248 mo 
"OL poe all priv 
weer 

live 


ne 
; we 


rv in 


oT Sree at n “Koon Tor 
Shar -° 1? o77 
: ome ’ 
jay ar 4 every othe! 2- sith is 
ner hep: recent ik i 
$20 TA 334 
nh eit, Take cn 


home ¢ 
Thurs ‘83 2 adults reas 
oft +s or ~1314 Corcoran St 


hil x yo. a4 
cotg Ae ay i 


rivileses. 4 


ath. COL.—2619 tath r 

. ~ “|_cony 
+ pours cot ry? D at 

» & Prt home. 


4064 
" ae = ome 
: _5 
fat , Ty ' 


Hur a “pe Pe z 
Kk 


~ 


Nicely furn 

LI. 6-4528 

rm w th” pee ech 

bath man pr ef. AD. _4-6254 

California st 

linen and sotephene. 
NO. 7 

front rm 
#304 


o 
novel lier 6 tt 
iscyr & 


- 

rerrn I. 

j n } board and ont 
1 


cooking pri 


care COLORED os 
*erm. man pref 


ive in Pp | 2.4850 
vrata eit 
pson HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 27 
ae un 6 S16L4 foom kit, hk 
.D ST. NE... 310—1 room. &i 
vt. entr. WNice. clean. Li é-2118 
Goware ‘-& NEW BAMP. NW. Le 
+ all tha RA. 3-4807 

i et 8 ink rms. 
Bo 

Av 


’ fried Couple only 
$30 cans t. NW. $—Children 


. ok in 
wot en KEEP! R 

a 
2 > per 
61 Cc 


aay: | 
1o? Wik ia 
4 9) Thomp 
Plain 
, 
; in NEW. TORK. oun—be 
nome. tra : p " 
in permanen' uns 
f rm 


ea DOT oni 


in _ re rm 
f idren; 5-dagv; 
2-93 22 

» Wanted fo 


WHITE < 7 
Hicaive HOME : 


— 
cotored 


help” eit h ‘twit 4 Gove. 


iP Ww. and aT PURASANT—Liv 
semi abe. bath or 


rm ige kit. 
———E Ll or 2 DE 


tay im ni 
| t 
“kl 


By Bios ‘fra; wigiris. 
wk. 


— - 5 
GOHW 4 morn ings «8 
14. 7 43-3735 


F. ww. 

2 aril, refs. JA. 8- “sia 
COLORES—Rms and apts.. al sec 

ae curity Be vd 906 
NA JIU 


744 
a kit 2 
secopted $22.50 vk. 
; —* W.. 1316 Pai irment st. I 


car. Room. sink, 
lady. $3 DU 


N Y. 
132) 

3 
"uf 
14th 


9. 


Nw 
ch tidre n 
in 
COL 


SITUATION 3, MEN 


gn ts eng P hots’ os rer 
rellab 

BOOKKEEPI i. OFFICE MAN. Gen 
Const we: ion ex) 

COLLEGE sTt DEN To usiness 


major wor af 
¢ "10 2-656) 
buschel. revatr 
part. full time. Refs. TA. 9-3706 
SITUATIONS, WOMEN 20 
RR 
CHAR WOMAN or dishwasher. NO 

13 


. 4% 


"aa 

r. transep 
Evelid st 
th. all 


COL 1361 


ALEX —Men : pepate 6 ye: 
omptometer bus. DC Dik 
oll. Grad. part time, *\. ‘s ioe daily 

Seen aCCO’ nein 
LERK cesires to do tem or 
part-time job at hor aa “land 
1. 23-5356. 9:30-4 
te woman desires _pari- . ome Br 
JC 2-586 


ime » By pesit on COUU itis a 
0 Ms 


STUATIONS, DOMESTIC 21 avail 
—_"s {ARE Light n 


m 
postin 


house wort 


: end can furnist . 

. An «9725 : 

BO YOU NEND eles maid 
: J ' 

ree TV: 
24. 

ally 


che 
a. 


es ¢ oA x 
ternoons ocd meals 


aches p> 2-1281. 


=. 
laut dry Man 


HARTNETT HALL | 


for children 
cn 


Good food; pleasant accom- 
modations and lots of social | 
activities. $14 per week & up. 


1426 21st ST. NW.’ 
HU. 3-5432 


ett CARE 
AUC NURSERY —Int ee ?. im 


he Pr 
a 


inva. id or 5 
ae 
Ei-7919 ox 

W Wants baby sitting at 
48°3 . 

5 


rels 


lres days WOrk oF 
- 7-7h1 


itting 300, 


rm Seat res GHW,  €n0.. 4 
818 


"4 a 


BED i GURL desires GHW day: 


.nap 
Ws wos) Samad Nid Call "Mrs 
nO. 
Hot 


a! tader rearten 
lunca 


ROOMS, FURNISHED 


alee. ‘Beaddecs His.) 
sec fo 


-Nice resic *OIKE 
o 


Pike. Ari 


2 men ay 


Something new added in addition 
to our individual infant care . 
with special 


Gq, 
other men 
Pent ursery 
Airport. . 20 to Pen 


bd Meals aya) ” 
—Large be room with 
dres wit. 1-2 


sing ba 
irls Fea stitl loc. 1 biock bus 
Mt was blvd. and Gle 
rd.. private entrance and bath, 
ke No. —WNice clean rm. mx eo th. 
cuEVY ae Yan sin- 


ront rm pvt. bat! 
tleman, OL. 2-1948 
- 1884. "55.50 wk. sel 

4-439 


° r t 
‘ ks. pick up and deliver 
service "heacenable rates 7- 


care, 5. days 
SEE Ca a 
ol4 child in 

- 


2g aE 


mother wil care Tor 
2 children .in own home; screened) 


PVT. I other 7 child. Colum 
ng Kaleros ma. Mrs. Corny. 


H 
bia rd 
will keep children in 


Pen- 


afte 

m7 home by “dae. or 5 days week 
éLo = 
ages 5-12 
area. 7 O.m 

—_— Wt? 


APTS., FURN. or UNFURN. 33 


frt. rm settle home’ near trans 
b -0058 


care for cin 


ENSiINGTON, 
opts. unfurn.. 
POWARD R 
' ak” ade rm 
Chilare: 0: $50 


APTS., Fu SNSHED 


.. kit. 


st. SE... y. Tm kit.. 
bedrms.. prt. bath. Li 7.5274 
LEX.—-Mt. Vernon blvd. Effic apt | 
48 windows. $75. ut 
ACEX.—attr 1-bedrm. apt in pvt 
ut urn.; conv 
—4 sae center. “em 
Bring, seater 


, . hy 323—2 bedrms., 
. prt bath ent.. beau. 


W.. see ee 
foam re *S- -$10 EF 
, 1123— 
VIVIAN 


omen’ 


, 16 
rm, for pensiemae. $40 rw 3 
ST. WN 


Quire 

rm "bs 

ou rms.; at a shwry 
A sT. 


pmo a aa 3 
“sal 


yy dec. single ‘rms. 
ms. AD 
; {sas —Redecorsied 


ean Tio 
ter a 


sangeet at 
Pet w ms family 
75 


. ¢lese in 
Reserv 


RL. — —EN. 985° Tbr 899. REARS 
ag 125) min. > i712 e- soe, 
BOLLING FIELD AREA 

‘BEAUTIFUL 1-BEDRM, .APT. 


9.84 


Includes all utilities. Newly fur- 
ly painted. All schoo) 
‘ree day camp. Call 


ROBERTSON 

73 2-1055 

~~ _BRIGHTWOOD 
CONCORD GARDENS 


veliatte October 1. Air- 


‘asp ahooping: ‘adults. 


every convenience 
for adults. 


=< rms; yne 
erases maid serv 
-7 


bes 
rking 


for 2 Kit 


desired, good transep.. 


writer WYS.. aliractive lates tm 

aad pvt. bath: ar. bus. ¥ anil house 
ae Teer 
. ~- , _ } P 


— ST. ww, 2 a front 


17-9310, 
‘ et a 
Res 


16TH ST. NW. 314—Eiey. bids. 


PAL A 


ladies, gentie- 
t bath 
bik. off 
L7th st. 


Hawthorne Hotei 
2194 G ST. NW. op. ow 
7. CBT — st ts 

ni ae. sheen 


id eery. 


eh pears 


bata. 
A? 7 ‘. 
ra’ y Bai 


Re 
a 


* 


- 


i: Phe 


4). 


with care if x. "RA 6-306. } 


ROOMS WITH BOARD B 


> NG t ow PONT CIRCLE=1255 New 
° x, udio ‘ 


Briahiw wooed, Petworth buildipa 
b 


Bath 2g, |! 


5 Aut” eections. | 


> face faci _ 


enc” All Utilities Are Included | 


~~Vacan rma. xit.. 
vt. onsronet) bus at door. 
- * or . : 4 


8B y 
1 -BEDRM. APT. . 


Ee “it 


_ vic — ' re 
dec. liv- “im. Pm gy | pref’ 
oun. ‘pe. 7-122 
DUPONT CiR.— a ous attrac 
—- amy ige er apt Sie 

a] 


u 
purowT pti Dy? ARFA—Efficien- 
nd 2-bedrm. apts... attrac 
Sively” furnished, convenient Joce- 


undey 
~storaee in your bide : new retrig- 
orators with fr tops; con-| 
yealep’ for Army. ear’, an mt. Air) 
Porc neteces et: 1 

3¢ rom 875: we 


2 ane 
Vernon om cd. Alexan- 


easy! , 
| parts D. jigtl own. oo een 
i wee, li 
a ah BUS yee 
Attr. 1 —— rm 


Bolling, Andre nd Ree 
te $120. All utitt tfes tweluded. 


FU RNISHED-—$90-$120 
CBUESAPEAKE TERRACE 


4242 4TH ST. SF 
S50.460 P 

Be'mon 
5-7 op. Mm 
required _ ond 


ures: 
Russell 


+} feos a 


me and 2 bedrms., liv. 
IMMED kitchen, an 


OcK 
ra. ndinetie, rear 
ed potch:. near sc cols one 


tia, TE. 6-440, 

. tropa pe reaver ~ Be to 375 Get Set for Schoo!) .- 
per hb 71-4296 
4 WEST HYATTSVILLE DONNA LEE | 


KIRKWOOD Walk to Public and 


Parochial Schools 
1 Bedrm. 


And to Large Shop Center! 
Brom 2 Bedrms.; From $81.50 


BUS AT YOUR DOOR 
LARGE 2 BEDROOMS 
ALSO FURNISHED APTS. 
(includes All Utilities) 


2 


tir. 2 and 3-rm 

‘. Adults 

. 418&—Vers nice 
it. washer; 870. TA 


JO. 2-9776 
uth 
pt PETS PERMITTED 
CLOSETS GALORE 
Cony to Pentagon Navy Annex 
Ft. Belvoir 
Furnished Available 
RESERVE NOW’! 
CALL MR_ THOMPSON 
231 


JE 
SE.’s BEST VALUE 


CRESCENT 
HILL 


2 BEORMS., from $84.50 
AIR-COOLED 


Latse newly decorated apts 

m it. and — ] 

dinette and iare 

se — ad nine project 

f utils ent manage 
201 37th at 
si bet ween 


é. “SMITHY CO. 


301 -* St. N.W ST. 2-3300 
DOWNTOWN ALEX. 


kit 
exposures 


TOW, lge 


attr 
fresl 


urn 

«? it 
romp) futn.. $120 NO 72830 
GeuceyoMe = bed’ m 


an hari. 
AD. 2-0363. after 


weusualiy 


Spee ek 


Ont $63. pe 
CO 5-4056 any’ ime 


redec., close 
and trans 
| © mspect 


com p! SAMPLE APT. ON DISPLAY 
Direct us Service wntown 
Between 2 Large Shopping Centess 

P.asrrounds. Picn'c Grove, BSchoou 


OPEN DAILY. SUN. ‘TIL 8 P. M. 
Free Brochure on Request 


"392 "6 
utils 6 
Alt-conditioned _ wei 

Attractively — - 

4 
-536 
.ncoln 


furn 
quire sor 


7 


2731 Nicholson 8t 


+ AP. 7-7418 
WEST HYATTSVILLE. MD 


St 
; uk 2 66638 
Stomp r orida ave. nw, 
L.. refrig ine 2-5550 
RED 


24 HARVARD ST NW 
HARVARD ST. N.W.. 1$—Lavely *T405 EUCLID 8T. NW 
basement apt. front Be nice- 

ly furn. | large rm., kit. and bath kit 

«7% ‘le ™ 


WATER VIEWS 
YACHT HARBOR 
SWIMMING POOL 

BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS 


Pp 
HAMILTON nw. 
ty bedrm. 0 


adults 


2- PT - 
APT ¥ 4 with 
sé and ‘ 
ref i * 
inspection til 8 Hunting Towe rs 
TAL CO., 915 
roam EFFICIENCIES 
i 
carline. Liv. rm vidi $80 to $95 
eth. hit, 8 elects COLOR Sis. NW .—1 rm UTILITIES INCLUDED 
con Airy. and ceitehenette $10 per ba dy 
an tilities ry re rigerator 
Immed. occup furnished, HO. 2-14 FURNISHED PLAN 
hoo Ene Tr ¢ AVAILABLE FROM $120 
Langs LIVING ROOMS. SEPA- 
RATE ROOM PO KITCHEN 
Lat a TOWERS a rR 
ND PENN T UR 


nw 1 
refrig.; 


Excel 
or 


New , 
apts rms 


’ 
; 


bath. Newly drcorated 
Adults 
Ki 


"New Modern | Kitchen 
1-BEDRM. APT. .. $90 
2-BEDRM. APT. $125 
CHASTLETON APTS 
1701 16th ST. NW 
tive . oan < ds 


‘ythine: switchboer 
Koo. y des a 


12th & 
_| $12.78 up. Couple or si nate Utill- 
5 bedrms.. ties and refrig. furn. HO 2-1473 
transp. $75.00 kit, bath apt. furn 
lady or gent) eman 
Ressonable _AD._ 2-1 
t. ae Tnilre Fe 
util 


inci; share 


SORED. i4th & Clifioa Sis. 
S—i rm. and kit 
229... ter 9.5 
_- _ 
and bat h Conv 
5 12TH 


AVE NW Bee 
bath. Util. furnished. Couple 
855. ME. 88-0490 
PLEASANT. 1210 17th Ot. NW 
be . , 


Larrce 


RE LOTS. & 
PING CENTER. RESTAURANT 


—— 
nh. $34 MT. VERNON RLYD, ALEX. VA 
Ki. 86-8484 


’ NE. 

porch. and bat 
suitabie 

: EAS 

udio rm 


attrec 

; + 

dults an 

desk MOA ~¥ CAL L 
xi MRS FIc 


NORMAN RERNSTEIN © Bendicates 
©ST RENTAL IN N.W 

“tite=2 EFFIC. AT....... $55 

ie cali |-BEDRM, APT. _* $80 

Ts 2- BEDRM APT $90 


kit. bath 
2701 14th St N\ NW. 


per mo plus utils 
punapeense. 
bby: 15 nu 


1444 room 
incl. in 


LIN 


kit 


56 
— 8 vdio OmARD <¥. VW. 
& ¢<ouU- iN) 


] 
kitchen. dinette wh. ¢ 
$47.50 mo Be + manager. 

688 


SE. 
. bath 
ey at Apt 


rent 


a cy - COL a a epls ecqulis ‘ 
“LL.” wit.' wbils Atter ‘ ar an AD 4.4388. ‘4-—> 


PARKLANDS 


NEW CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
and Stanton Rd. & 
GLE FARE BUS 


BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 
| & 2-BEDRM. APTS. 
ALSO UNFURNISHED 


Bchools oon & Shee Center 


1 bedrm.. 
and dat! y , one he "ipace pam 
and aundr acti) es in bemt 
$55. UEDOE R AL ESTATE 
1.4 Og - 1663 A 


. : 
comp? Alabama Ave Sy 955 3 
SING 


Emp! 


ean, a _— apt 
furn esis and entr. 
cple 6 

° a. Co ouple us 
arm. > ¥, kit _ NO. 


PR AUXIER, 605 Hat. ne 
NA. R-O714 wrt hie 3 
M ST. BW., iis— Elie & 1 -bed- 
rm avi.. 0 per 
| See janitor.  DISMER AUXIER. desk Dee CALL aR “ger ADplp 
| 805 -O714 $-7400 

NORMAN BERNSTEIN Syndicates 

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


XPRE 

1 an conv 

ing. An a: nd Rec. Sta 

$90 to $120 All *wtihit ties included 
UN FPURNISHED—-369.50-$92 
CHESAPEAKE TERRACE 


4242 4TH ST. SF JO: 2-9776 


1500 MASS. AVE. 
COMPLETELY 
AIR-CONDITIONED 
DOWNTOWN LOCATION 
In the Center of Business. 
Shopping and Hotel Areas 
$36 IT 


switch d : 
all-electric kitchenettes with 


rm 
-1455 


4 to oon 
sa 


apt.. 
See ani- 


“ gtils. St ot 
nw 
¥ na O74 


l- 
‘to + 72.50 
co. 


? 
incl. 
wet 

st. 


| $60 ber mo, 
RENTAL OFFICE 0 2-2990 «| Oh ai 
Dally end Sunday AURIER.. 
con ae rit. aie wh, 9433 

‘nw. RA. 3-037, HU. 3-8 
il rm and bet h 
bad mo. AD. 400696 


, BUS SERVICE 
bedr 


bpedrm. 
' Mote oe . re apts 


apt. Y 

bath 
TA 9-1298 * 
THOMAS CIRCLE 


sl case. kitchen and . 
WASH Mi ae aka 3 


i i edrm 
, bath. utils $15 rr “L 6- 7933. 
7, ae 7 


os 


rus 


A 
18th and 2- bedrm. A } 
41. per mo MER” 
— f05 at 

You 
ve nw 
ned - 


L 


utils 


— 


inel Rg! “8 

1 bedrm.. tiv 
ba! 

. GEORGETOWN — seee’ 

ment for gentiem*n 


cale: conv. par ii ne: 


“incl. ey ‘ist 


N rms NIcE- 
en and bath. $60 LINKINS co...) 


GT 
$33. ‘stile 
LIN 


kit til | ot 
‘sre open 6-8. OL 4-8249; ‘adults exc celle ; m d RA 
st. NW.. 5161—While _om- at AL i 
plored” cous® reperred, $35. mo. ‘St 2093 
with phone priv ‘men (col ese 4 
7TH aT. NW. 3463, te share at 
7 rm a’ 
paure ass $30 ‘each per mo. Cali LI 
° 


Liv. © 
bath. $75 ine! tudes yt 
ge 
Yard L c * Gg 
oo TA 


” 
ut ties air jter. DI. 7- 
-2950 4119—(At Atlant 
o - 
dinette. kite ep 
ed porch:) 
util: $60 
©. 2-602; 


i pret F 
rm... & 
RA. 6-2036 
rm. Kit 

$39 50 


eat an 


poees. is- 


Roser posal. sun cock, valet shop. . 
da aid rvice avaliable 
200-car 


sa elevators; en- 
pe on + th st.. 16th st. and 


. ave. 

FOR TE OCCUPA 
mf 4, tENCH pat UP 
1- $120 

Also. newly fu salaned apts. 


maid and linen service 
Manager's Office 
__Gall AD, 4-3640 | 
GRACIOUS LIVING 
In an Atmosphere 
Found Only at 


THE 
WOODNER 


: d 
tenents pay 
bath. Neatly ” turn mo 
7-241) ey 


wiy 
dinette 


oy at Rs 


bedrm “git. 


Oe ith 
tte . st 


35 
5 3 im 


' te shore ont. 
Apt 8 5-747 


. arts. ONFURNISHED 


LEXANDRIA 
PEL CEVIEW APARTMENTS 
IN SEPT 8-8 


3 aan ts AN OTs — 
bath. New 
included 

JAMYS L 
eT 3-3 77 


We've gone all out te make this 
buy tm the area 

refrigerators. 

24-hour 

switchboard rvice Reserved 
parking Beautifully landscaped — 
convenient in-town location. Lee 
cool apts. with balconies Res 

on premises or call 


" — | 
th ae 
2 


ons 


; ROLLING PiEL—? ATTRAC 

Vz newly a comp furn 
’ rerr entr 

3-618 


at er 


Te" 


- mpe ‘ef ons DLXON a “ 
~ at Jt 


10. “505. SANDOE “inc. DU 
‘ 


Apt 


der. (TH BOCK CREEK PARK— 


nL IN GTO N 
zE- CBEMARLE Faw 

vic GLRAE RD AND LEE H inc ov. 7 

. tiv. em. bemt.. kit. facil 2 BEDROOM APT. $9 Pomme, se 
Incl ig. andry facilittes. i 
HOO TS ~Mod attrac.| block to sho ptr ‘ and pus, ioe. 15 
r RSD Feros g $95.50 minutes to 

For 
LEY 


2 ) M. T. asta & Sons 


except ee 
4610 Lee ott 


‘S77. 
.. BEDROOM, S68 +3 $77.50 


A —_ — 
f Roons an ad, bat b =r bus and 
y 

Large corner apts.. coo! ond quiet. 


ighborhood; 
parauet floors. lige. ¢) pest 


‘89750 

, of Penna. Ave 
edr +. Ks ted. $869 
ing utili tie — manéeer. 
03. 
'N 
Iv. 


ian 
50 plus 
r 


“TYLER GARDENS 
ee fO. £ AMAR 


ge Renee = Sane 
ort. _— and 
sundry 7 ie fpceeete st ry = 
‘Well-mat nfgined—ideal” chlldree 
1 BEDRM — "$70 
2-BEDRMS.—$89 
3 BEDRMS.—$105 


Yr 
: 


includ 
= Now Available 


EFFICIENCIES 
WD 
1-BEDROOM APTS. 
Air- Conditioned 


Somers shops Mi 
Ear 
NW. 


ytis - dinet rit. 


tte. 
hae refrie. Cm ony. 


a r 
RB 


tthin 
sock, 


‘HU. 7 5600 


LARCHMONT 
| * GARDENS 


S Frederick St. at Columbia Pike 


1.2 
toe ams. 
laundry facliite 


rm.. 
cony,. to BrgDeD i 


LOVELY Bac 


art hh 


ert aneuat 


ies f 


Lee, isis itth st cnt — 4H weond, 
— : 
Sart reeted = 


ty 

utils, JA. 5-3224. 
ARLINGTON 

NEA® IWO JIMA MEMORIAL 


"“WO-BEDROOM APTS 
Ore ‘f ihe most convenient leca- 


it: tele... util. AD. 4-895. 
ena ARMS 


L HOM®™ POR. NIC PEOPLT 
16th &t —Jarare at t 
e en we : : eff ciency 
nicely furn ent &'7! incl. utils 
linens. etc Couple or sentiemen 
” 91 


HiQ._2-73 


High-Point.- Apartments 
4200 WHEELER RD. SE 


Apartments designed and operated 
to fit the needs of any family - 
and oom apts. furn and 
unfurnished. A completely eaulpped 
playground on the perty. Only 
~ ques rom a beautifully jand- 

ark tals f 87 50. 
ine uding” ‘aii utilities. Every suite 
has me advantage of cooling cross 

venti 


yf ad = ~ogroem = of large 
a areas: 
many other 
School buses 

ona “st ores pear rey 


(1-Bedroom pts, $81.50 Up 
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
ALSO SOME FURN. APTS. 


Resident Mor., JA. 7-0300 


fate ays 


bedrm.. 
scr reat 


rm. 
bis 
tr 


ba 
ry + ps te Sesue’ Vit 
aS toe 
| 8 CAP. & CHESAPEAKE 

“4 1-Bedrm. Apt. —$74. 50 | 


INCLUDES 
vely i- Paper a 
Bus 


potrm. ae Queenstown 
‘| anne fe == Apts. 
eqaroom omes 


ul Hillcrest Heights, Md. 
JO. 8-5140 


#0. ROCK CREEK GARDENS 
Furnished or Unfurnished 


1- and 2-BEDRM. APTS.. | 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 


Shopping Center in 
Development 


dinette. 
peren:| 


st. ay 


i — air. loned: 1 & 2 
rms.: — =e rved ter adults. 


30. 2-2220 


AIR-CONDITIONED 
CARILLON HOUSE 
2500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW. 
EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS \E 
A 


4 ’ 
1 Bedrm. From $75.50 


(UTILITIES INCLUDED? 
THE LARGEST APT. VALUE 
IN THIS AREA 


N DAILY "TIL 5 P.M 
AND SUN. "TIL 7 P. M. 


RENTAL O ‘ 
r A ‘= 
APT. OPEN 
YOUR CONVENIZNCE 
RECTIONS: Out Michigan ave. 
i Continue on Queens <nane 


rd.. turm fright at een’ 
shopping center on Chillum ~ 


H. G. SMITHY CO. 


| 811 15th St. NW. ST. 3-3300. 


ROSEMARY 
Apartments 
2-, gerity APTS. 


bo FOR Sedat 
ONT CO SCHOOLS | est 


yg SH and 
WADING POOLS 


0-00 “Fr. PREEZ- Private Bus Service to Capital 
Traneit & & Silver Soring Shopping 
hisenew 30k Woke rete HWY. 


$75 
CALL JU. 6- 18 


. Dogenene—S2 
anakp New runMtuns | pda De Ganeine 
PARKWAY TERRACE 
SUITLAND 


ree © - 
welaae “bar “indireet hah Beautif 
ing; xy bik. - D.c. line 

ire » Bee manaser. ert 


i 8. 
bath 


aly eres 
2g. > peaulifulty det ee = rooms. eaui a. rie 
ished by Dore Draper von nv. are 


° ez yinins. 
oe OD BA REDUCED ros 


s CON Ti _ occa 
PANCY TO 8169 | -bedrm.. liv. rm... 4 an 
may ai Ag LINEN bath ewly decorated. Will fur- 
Monta NE 
retarial service. sundeck 


$200 PER > 
eit MAID nish, in mb iful modern. if de- 
¢ MEIGHTS—A336 1 Ha Tey | 
over- 
entire city. amplified wee: nee 
vision | antenna rlem, 0 CONG 


Hishen a? 4. > "ir it 
12 min [rm “tractive 


v. 7. ij 
ie pbicuts Rent. 
2- a 
_Teasonable rent. 


Shedim apts.:' 
"46 Suni. 
CONN. AVE. APT. 
ge esa. my oy 
itehen a 


0 


ear. 


7 


FICE 
fin RD 
White Hous 

Your Inspection invited 


CALL EM. 2-8800 
~~ EFFICIENCY APT. 


Loree bi 


Convenient to Schools and 


Transportation ¥D 


_ 
Rental Office on Premises at 
8327 GRUBB RD. 
SILVER SPRING 


JU. 5-4030 


SOUTHERN | 
HILLS 


300 Livingston Tegace SE. 
| Cony. to Bolling @ Andrews AFB 


ove sD 


n 

bie monthly rates, 
2 “Deus as witchboard. 
t 


bas 3 se 7 
fa ONT rm. a . 


| ¥ Sieve, OTT Re He 


AIR-CONDITIONED 


GELMARC 
TOWERS 


RD. NW. 
wm comma 32.8. | LOWEST RENT 
Bs teas l-bedroom apis orn Bs 
Rent includes all utilities. 24-hour 1 BEDRM.—-$63.25 Up 
Sree ae otek tettn individually 2 BEDRMS,—$75.00 Up 
airolied Tooms. wor FURN. APTS., $81.50 Up 


ee ir. Hyatt 
LMAN CO.—ST. 3-6572 ra Ny aot “Buburben 
bus © ee ae 


| HOTEL 1440 veniea: to — 
| 1440 RHODE “ CALL RE. 5-8000 
| co seeds re Foliman FOR BROCHURE AND 
FURTHER INFORMATION 


DISTRICT HEIGHTS APTS. 
AL OFFICE 
7012 6 net Heights, Pkwy 
Sat > 


ciara bit Spare 
Reb ewer 


Ce 


Open Eves.—JO. 3-6797 
“SHIPLEY PARK 
1-Bedrm., from $68.50 


2-Bedrms., from eo et 
(UTILITIES 


ww. 
bath. 


’ 


4201 MASS. AVE. NW. 


Air-Conditioned 
Furnished }-Bedroom Apt. avail- 
able soon in this de luxe bidg. 


. 
| In this 


De | 
| De cies 


ro if 


OARS RSQY SWEEPER 


HU. 3-4400. 


1 Minhesota ave. ne. ar lag 
ie Mod. i-bedrm. 

tl s. manager 
So. —_ — 


_—408 
tT. Mrs.) 
rs 1803 Biltmore st. ne. Ben as 
4-380. Ox’ & LUGHS i}. 
724 14th Bt nee NA. #-2345 COL.— 4912 Nash St, 
Trentaw Terrace Apts. “eph, § “is ‘nel ete 
Sai, 1104 Womens ave. naw 
11-2 Pag phat 50-$81.80 Co. 5-isss 
INCLUDED a 
Ler 3. completely “a 1418 W St. NW.—1-b® 
ing an 
a 
+ po L an 


_ 
55 & $65 per mo DISME 
d AUXIER. 605 H st. nw. NA. 8- . 3 
stfssiss'pp: ave. . 
JO 


R ' 
O74 8-2442. 
COLORED - 7 Mt. Vernon pl. nw: "Rear" puoure ARE 
nr. 9th ” =I 
e “2 bedrms , furs. £77.50 kit, t. bal 
BEDROOMS——1101 15th st ‘ Boge rn 


ear Ppaees. 
prt ms 
desirable downtown 
ir, dg ony Aris inet. heat COLA aks ra, 
t 
i 


exe atizactive 1. Phone 


Avall Get. 


spital; 


wndry room, A 


and het wa er. 

oie or cal 

ANNON & LUCHS 
NW 


| ane QO. 6-2923, 
734 1th st NA. 8.2345 or ca 
: 


4 ’ ’ 
CAPITOL AILL— Remodeled 
* house. 3 r 

heat. Kit. 

haust fan 


PARK ELLISON 


ST. NW. 


drm at 


len Bos BS 
Aus 3534 stots a Nw 
2 rms... kit. bath ME. 8-6 


L. rooms. kitchen and bath. 
$90 Utilities included $62.50 RA 
, $129.50 6-6972 


; COLORED | 


streets, 1 block from Carer 
Congress $150 mo. or for sale 
EM 


, nas "beet 206. AL. 


. ral OMA—B4 eoaareana 

N WwW. bedrma. ve A 

- Ab ek: near a 

Park Hate! atte rms.. 2% bathe: 
ot heat: built-i art : 

8145 Dixie cai 


i a HARV ARD 
A 


ia pis 
l- Bedr m. Apts 


Rent tncludes all utilities, aw hour 
secretarial desk service: a! HVIEW 
tioned bid with individual y 2505: 


AP” 
| 
Se oe “controlled roo AD. r 6 "1 3t h ST. "NW. 
ister, ‘ 6 
abvyttw seers 2-BEDRM. APT... . $95 
NO CHILD UNDER 14 ‘NO PETS 
mn attractive, ex- 
elevator 
with excellent tenancy 
Mr wry. demt apt. 
. ote DTI 


"y roe | 


A’ . 
Bpac! tous, country - — 


JUST 10 MINS. VIA SHIRLEY HWY 


2-BEDROOM APTS. 


$75.50 


ALSO 1-BEDRM. AT $66: $ 


INCLUDES BEAT. WATER AND 
QAS Cc NEW 

RATED 

4 7 


aths, ante quar- 

~ ideal lates es diplomat 

AN BERNSTEIN Syndicates “ 
COLORED 

1717 T ST. NW. 


FAMILY SIZE—DE LUXE 

large rooms. with large closet 
space breakiast +f modern 
kitchen and bet 


nacessenes in god | — 
ACRES OF LANDSCAPED 
CUE Mise 6h 
WN WITH PLAY AND RECRE- JAM S See 
NEW Ul 

1N” GRADE AND HIGH pgp uaee-Ate 

US NOG CENTER. Becrm.. ily. rm 
BUS BERVICE THRU PROJEC! 7 


MT PLEASANT—3 bearmne. 

N. PORESTVILLE 

BELTSVILLE—4«4 bed - 
ERNEST H 


V porch " back yard. $55 ‘mente. v7 


5152 

Fats CHURTA — rms. 
sira ice. jiv.-din. rm with fire. 
lace, bkshivs.. equipt kit. Vacant 
12 Can be fented with option to 
buy. part. of rent to be applied to 

Gown payment JE __ 2-266). 
ALSO FURNISHED APT. PLAN FAlis Cat Late “Attr 3: 


FOR BROCHURE. KI. 8-5577 


IRLEY DUKE APARTMENTS eee 2-2200. 


o DUKE ST... ALEXANDRIA. VA 


CLAREMONT 


COMPARE FOR PRICES 
AND SUPERIOR 
ADVANTAGES 


2 BRS., $89.50 


INCL. ALL Uri. EXCEPT ELEC 
Toru 


bdrm v4 tr er. 


° FALLS CHURCH 
—_ 


3551 13th + NW 


rooms. kitchen fe bath 
2226 13th er. NW 

ms. kitchen an bath 

20 TOGAN CIRCLE NW 

2 rooms. kitchen an >alh 


1717 T ST. NW 


6 rooms. kiteheh and bath 
JAMES E. ‘SCOTT 


YoOLORe a sai" mt th ae at Neel 


Cecor 
—s stove. “feria. ; 
ren $52.50 «a 57 50 
Cail PEDERAL RENTAL 
New VY n® 7 


3551 13th oT. NW. 
2 beaut. dec hen *& 

JAMES E. SCOTT - 
7ll Piorlda Ave. N.W.* DE 
CO-OP. APTS., SALE 


2-bedr living 
sun porter @ apt 
rr siden sec 


Ren‘a! m0 mo ‘Call JE. 
FALLS CHURCH—Nr Seven Gor- 


ners t-be 


ventilation , 
“onl north of 16th. 


ba ; morn st 
at 75 ott: 


a: 
oppine center ER. AD. 4. 2644 


Bus through dcev‘lopment 


ASK ppovt OUR FUR?ISHED 
APT. PLA 


ambler - 
b's “paths. ea 
lovely nets 


and Andrews —_ Bolling 
lds — JO. &-6252. os 


. ANG LEY PARK. . MD. —Mod ram- 
fn. bemt.: auto nets 
Bee 7 $135. Dixie Realty 


ive: NW... 1 block Balt 
>: aaa bef 3 


17254 rms.; cor, 

ised as 1 or 2 | homes 
full Oemt $90 mo. 

& * 6541 

MAs®. PARK—Charming town house 

with sarden: liv in 


mocern j3-bedrm. 
ra 


733 GS. Walter Reed “dr. 
Of King 61 
Arlington. Va JA. 32-5003 
$-5 Sun. 11-5 


GREENWAY 


A CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
Minn. Ave. and ae SF 


L THAN 10 MIN. DOWNTOWN 
NEW E. CAPITOL BRIDGE 


1519 que 


Wkdys 37 MAST. 


5-8 Sat 
TOWN — 
tchen bath. 

in most sestrepte 

or 

REALTY 


LIVE. HERE. 


Enjoy Gracious Living < 
with none of the drudgery Melb 


heave 
immed 


MASS AVE as. 


house 


r > 

i ba wh 3 s. 

acan 

cl eve with Miss Cor Ay 
or “7 

Beautifully Decorated 


1-BEDROOM APT. FROM. 


$64 
2-BEDROOM APT. FROM 
$79. 
OFFICE OPEN DAILY 
SUN NOON TO 5 Ms Ml 
3539 A ST. SE LU. 2-52 
ELMAR GARDENS 


Resers Wejgnte. ad. 
e 


| severa! 
| Why not sell that house and own Call EL 
your little home w fireproof, 1G 
cooperative "Gevarhen. NO. -3-bedrm 
| vet qese-5 in. pee ent bus service. room, $120: 2- bedm.. 
7 . 


PL eA | 
APARTMENTS WANTED 38 y.2-. 7.) & 
EPSIDENT r MANAGER in 1 geehanse soln 

=) 2-5439 


125; 2-bed- 
$90. LYN 


| 


in s@ Hurry = conditioned, 
Ww 


3-bath 
, home f 
MOVING AND STORAGE 39 home KOLB CO PE 322 
AA-L MOVING 4 om. 


—— - ali or : 5 
tes Lo ‘- Pete 
ee: MOVERS 


SNON® 2, 
724 '¢th ot NW 
CAPTIOL ATL te 
Effic from 967 | 50 to $71.50 


~ livingrm. @inin inerm.. 
BOXLEY MOVERS—®6 rooms. £30 » pore omp) etely ted 
at vans: ashe sery. AD. 2-8822 Pri wid nei + apie rhood, $115. per 
ALL PA ovine ‘dependable *, st 199 —— 
bhai anyiime. so 


op Over 50 years 


a peers exper. help. | _ 2 screened porches: 
=) 32 


transportation and shop- 
1 N A 


44 ee oftced patient. me 24- . 
nd £2. AP, rms., bath, gas heat. full bsmt. 
ss sheaf ert 942 fae. | 


mo, utils. inl. 


ot cL BE $100 
Ww ¥Y. Inc. JU 


. per 
MOOR AGENC 
-5555 healtors 
~ yes. Rent. aul. 


d tov etc oe Terie. b61 7, ReatrY con a month. Pa 
dei TRANSPL ¢ fm rms. ae low | o 9316 
0 or $6 per 248 | 
'G — UNIO Cc 
-| oy careful men; sep. rms.. $2 mo iN 
——_Aot OW. sec Piorida ave. nw. NO. 17-0104 
ties included, Call RA. 3- 8252. 
COL. 2 rms and kit. Share bath, MOUSES FURNISHED 40 1G: 4500 ders, 

eas. price. An rome Sun. PUTHEDRAL AREA-—Spacious home AREA—Spacious home CLOSE-IN Falls Church Area ‘near 
x D._ 2-259 suitable for diplomat or executive yy Ulemsburs Sheevias Center of 
' ps) 


ag air §D & SE. 
AND A FEW NW. 
1 AND 2 BEDRM 
APTS. & FLATS 
FROM $57.50 


Newly attractively decarated. Some hea! by! fine place 
ready for immediate bccupancy $250 ” wey hor. 


OPWOOD or “GABE — Beant bame tsi 

| MR. MILAM is. 6 rms baths. maid's 
Li. ] : 10 . Pag 31 nington. | 

¢-l6 Pd tes 
EVES. JA. 6-931 a ORG OWN Smarty surnished. 
- room ouse, 
con —; vo st ein aes. apt. CE pe sist 1673 Wisconsin 
. ° | ave. *| a 

$50: tise S MiachRTHUR | AREA — Completely) soy) c 
. well-furnished, — bric basemen . content: 

mmo MRS 1675 Wise) i lot: A "Corners! y 


or CO 5-7624 1-3 
in Cleve: aad PARKER 


3745 O-iver 
3 ba An a 


for it aren. : 
longer. WO 


ah CHASE CIR. 
N 5 bedrm 

"no modern kitchen, 

porch: dec 

‘ ele nentary 

centers and movie: 


{e 


or 


Z 
t, 
bedr brick detached Pil De 
outside entrance, ca Cc 
lot. $130 per mo. TI 

ERTIES. J - 


wy 
1 


Pvt. apt. ist ff 


bath. 1 ¢ 
Sor 
berm fn, dinette. be pM ht 
REALTY. 


ing “tata ‘~ 


| 


Meee ee 


: F.. 
Heat wales 
oO antec 
Co. 


” ng. ac 
° inspect. ooo janitor or bath. Fenced beck ear 


Exclusive 
JAMES L DIZON & co. 


| |-bedrm a8 
rat cellent jocation heat and 
-wat “i € 50 for family or a couples NA 14. 
het water r4 - r. 128 My £150. Apply eves. 46 Girard” st COLOKED, 746 Mo rion sl. nw, near 
ifs. J es 1828 or EX. te. HO 3 eorgia ave one F Park r ra—4 rms ; 
y ron 


ue. & Bee careies 
: ce - ee 7 /; 
ae HOUSES UNFURNISHED 41 bist ma oe —- 


ter rdens. 
.. comple ‘ely petes-l 


/CoL—s, a. oW. y 
| rms. cit. oa. heat. h.-w.. 


LEXANDRIA 
UCKNELL M 


; 


AS 
' eo | Lae. e 
Immediate Possession | oe tn ie meme has’ 


yew hy 
GiI—$12,500—5% DOWN 


Tmmeculate 3-bedrm.. semi 
priey. kitchen. 
ig f 


1818 Kalorama Rd. NW. 
$72.5 


pier’ 
newly decorated, exira lige, 

apt. conv. te shopping and 
tr vanes Laundry and storage facii- 
ities. See poner Oo ene 


- 


3 TWIN -SIZE BEDE 
ery 


ont Bee 


Elementary 
and High School 


$120 PER MONTH 
CALL SO. 5-9100 


rec. 


desirable i-bedrm 


ek. mad comer i-bedrm, apt. 
to transportation -667 50. 
«DREYFUSS | ‘me hy 


3-bedrm. bomes $115 Ivid- 
ual basement “ na 


BES ewly washer. dryer, ref 


tS fee bath. 

painted a. i, tad Sor aw f ried ‘ 

. yy 6 on call wM 4S 
NA. 8-35 


ee he 


i rm 
electric. Ke anitor 
J. DA oe ao a. aw. 


ex 
- 
7 
$ $Y 
aedioin erul 


mn « town 
on A 
mM 


sace.| 
baths. gard 


2-bedrm 
Seal garden. . te 
Jousueil tractive, 6135 


a 4 
| located hy ay {rom 
% 


oe ee Pear 
_ FO. 2 ye, Sree 


BRANDYWINE 
° TERRACES 


omnes, DESK sack Rest 
DOWNTOWN OFFICES | 
925 15th ST. NW.) & 


Heart of Financia! District 


Two 3-room suites in modern 
air- -conditioned elevator et 
ing. Call Mr. Green, 8. F.” 

Co., NA. 8-2100 


‘Stores, RENT —S——~“‘i‘CS;C*KDS 


Counce ¢ +n eh Feat “an 
we. DA ga: fh 1 oy Mt 
pr BA ae 
Georgia Ave epherd 5:.° 


Approx. 1850 
full 


—AD- 
t nnd net | 


: 

plus, 

= 

To inspect 

- Pha 6-1516 
iseae Pazornick Real Estate 


WAREHOUSE SALE 1 
+ rte, oe + ed 
8000 ft. Prie 
ulek sale. Terms 

2) RA 


adel 


~ | 
approx 
or 
ALT 


2 Fiow 
’ pear ney 


Siig Ea SHOP 


tures. Sell cameras an 


zeke pic 
1 rremrant, 68 dito 


iness. showing good pretite. 
license, @asy to opera 

cation tn airfax cats. 99° 

stock and fixtures. Tota! orice only 
$9500. To inspect call 

with VYeonas Realty 
¥etO STAT 


Applicant 
q 


LS C 
ft. soned commercial 
§-rm 
ty oO 
S Uifiee iced 
Stanley R. Rowland Co. 
120 E. Bro entn Us Church 
cangar—nstn 8 
ay. bas P 
ked and equip 


Os and Mis- 
ase; 30.000 c 
Pa» 


hav 

6-808)."- 
ne. * 

doct or or dentis 
$21 


in - Bripcese 
ham. m. 


are a tert 


; A soe or oainners cr 
for older couple. Good lecation on 
main cisherar in nearby Va. Com- 
plete brpee eye with $1500 down 
Call Brown. with Yeonas 
ate ty. “ 


ETH FOODS STANE iD 


R fen! AD. 2: 
talloring 7 ‘ — 
ry militery 

equi. Excel ‘oe Long -estab bus. 

caulp Lease avail 


PI > tee 


arp operstor wanted to establish 


Joa 


jor 9 co 

rent term & station 
Ar Va Capital 
shout $1500. Call Mr. 


c 


Rucellent oppor “2 


for agegres- 
ove oy" +1." 


se from «4 
low fat 
ocated in 
requirement 
Frank. TA 


repair shop 

combination street in 

Annapolis t going troy 
ross sales better than 100 

wner moving from ste + For 

Colonial dek mw a3+re & Md., 

. Fine 


2 
an —. 
. Terms 
Write 


on main 


» office supplies 
w 


respon sible sscrcban aser 


“10c 5 


| tt k 
NT OPPORTUNITY 1x 7 et 
we REPAIR dyes 


ag J for low- ri feed clocks. watch- 
gE -7200._ 


bees ee 


We distribute a new, low-cost 
heater thaf is selling like wild- 
fire. It's popular with contrac- 
tors, industry, etc., 
and is a good buy for anyone 
who has trouble with cold 
machinery, tools, equipment or 
supp!ies. 


utilities, 


If your business now sells te) 
people who are prospects for’ 
this heater;-you can make sub- 
stantial extra profits simply by 
putting one. on display. We 
service and stock the heaters’ 
and they literally sell them-. 
selves so there's little invest- 
ment for you. ) 
If you are a dealer and inter- 
ested in more information, call 
Mr. James Lendrum at the 
Sheraton Park Hotel, Columbia 
5-2000, Room 608 OD. 
Wednesday or Thursday, Sept. 
12 and 13. There's no obliga- 
tion, but we do not intend to 
crowd am area with outlets... 
so it's well to act now. 

° WANTED 56A , 

ool and kin sranrten 
1 a 


| Corner 


p eg 


NOTES WANTED 614 


P1885 opp. WOODNER HOTEL, iff 


— 
e Handsomes 
t - a, “neigh 


tie 5 Se 
bers 


=| beth. built-in na race 
4 


Pastis bamt. 


“ 8.. 
74) pore level fot lot vacant 


brick det 


Capitol 


| Pss 
OL 


Tos —eetPrtths | FO 
ae ee 


GEORTETOUN — 
poem flat pg 4 brick; side 


| living Tm. an 


OS 2 SERNEP TC CO. 


D. ¢. HOUSES 
brick 


rms. and 
i fi: 


~— We 
hdd very-we 
= . our best values 


1012 14th 
Alter_6 


«| $998 DOWN S APTS. 


TRADES ACCEPTED 
& c 


sider this ROW: ry Fedsh™ 


oh th oe ha | 


CLEVELAND PARK—621.500. — 
weenee ee bath “own pews with Pa cg mig 7 NW. Manan 
yese & and } i" of extras onder ml | Small Down Payment 
» 8 at. me Attractive brick hemes. nel en- 
trance, ms... ocreenes en- 
closed porches. ful 
neighbor om 
al Stover 
A 
ves Bs 5-1149 
COLORED—VACANT 


720 MARIETTA PL. NW, 
$500 DOWN 
seat Sreet orch 
clos heat 

porches full bemt v 


ans 7 +‘ 6 
3-2190 


ent CASH Gl 
$71 MO.—$13,100 


NE.—j-bedrm bric full 
Ju a decorated amine 


i bik. to bus pac va ain 
seed “185 . grax. nang CLARE os DA 


Fonte akota Ave 
IMMEDIA 


Ez ION 
Bem) oe 
| rm, me. 
powder r : ie 
base on 


“THE bat ats 


P REAL ESTATE SERVICE 
1514 9th Bt. NW mi '3-5828 


RED—VA 
$195 Dn. $95 Mo 


This lovely Coicais! front gore 
ome has se. rms. auto 

Com letely redecorated Move Fiant 
in! x ae ys now! Di. 7-3 
Eves. JU. a 


rec 
nd inceme. 
m 


istinctive) 

home. senvenkente loc 

1% bdiks. from tranep. end 

ping. Liv. rm. w/firepl.. 

rm. ww a window. ‘\. or 

rm. of 

stairs to “thoored attic 
rm.. ald’s rm 


rec a 

Dam? Wal -to-wall carpeti 

weber and dryer incl. Cail w 
Ps. W 


KENNER. 
rib THOMAS lL. PH 


’ erms 


2 bat 
Paneled| 
bath in| 


rt 
Home lends itself Se 
w 


ome on Down 


Price $14. 
Eves 4- 


Ou 4-68 | 
~ FAIRLAWN—ANACOSTIA | 
pay 


esi 


Ne 


oe. 


iis 
Amid Tall Trees 


lovely two-stery 


& sylvan setting. 
Creek Park enter 
livine room. open terrace. separate 
dinis 1 room, screened porch 
study. .pewder room, pantry pas 
kitchen with breakfast nook. fou 
bedrooms two baths on scouna 
floor: iarge third floor with fim 
ished raom two-car earage. Own- 
nm leaving Washington. Very low 
Call James E. Schwab eM 
yo _pyen! nes. OL. -1409 


a 


FOXHALL AREA 


$23,750 

This ts tt! Detached white brick 
located tust venice 
hell Rd itv 
dinrm wi th bay wi ag 
3 dedrm r 
near saints. 
new listing so call to see today) 

rs hisholm. WO. 6- 1568. Eves.! 


MARS TELLER-McCABE 


eae TT g5"x. SMITH CO. 
rms 0 > ‘nol — nt —_——— 
Pitre Kent, FE ~ Colored—DBet. Brick 
rea. hew exclusive rear mi. pnd t Goce r NW. Side 


Li corner house i. ieee. A, =. - be ate rec 
ition rms... 
eatden M ee MBetN EIN CO. 


ave 


UPPER BRIGHTWOO 
$13,000 = 


FOR VETERANS 


DOWN—678.46 PER MONTH 
ney 
a 


"Tis 


aon tains 


newly ec ‘house 
a. lige. liv 
Agen’ or ca) 


were br _, completely remsdeied 
lat floor studio sept. ‘ fre- 


WN 


A Ove 3a 

Reale. i rove, Ber a eros 
;.. family erick a... full 

rn 


beth 
. Private entrance: 


vin rm nd kitchen 

1 bath dtorage bemt. Gas i wait 

heat. Out of town owner asks $35.-' 
¥ WooD, Realtor 

B 32-7115 


on "each 
h.- homie 
an - 


$99.50'-$500 DOWN 


Lovely 6-rm. side hall brick, 
Bsmt. Oil h.-w. heat, $85 total 
month, Notes, taxes included. | 


7-8890, 


9 ERR 
7TH & FRANKLIN NE. | 
ONLY $595 DOWN | 


ute front-porch home 
kighd location Mod 

: adie — ot. 
cate 


LA, 3- ci >. 3307 
SEMIDETACHE BRICKS 


FIRST OFFERING 
r location, ere + pe. i 
st ou on th 
are ea. SH Par ‘ée-| 
light Yr tek couse wi - 
rooms an library and f ett | 
g onto garden, 
: storage attic N-| 
> il in perfect con- 


DOROTHY ac WOOD, Realtor OWNER, DI. 


—GEORGETOWN 


lusting Perfectly enema 
house; excellent condition On @ 
of the finest blocks in Georestown.| 


34.500 
HOWAR® R. McPECK 


' 
Anytime | 


J. LEO KOLB CO. 
In pérfect cor#fition is _ panel 


1) 


eat, modern in every 


“GI TERMS OR TRADE | 
Se ER M REALTOR 
er mu 


a - +3468 
| 6-tm, brick, full bemt. 
| home: move-fn %. 


PP New 
“GILLIAT & CO., DE. v" caine” | 
ractively Ls 


sapeens 
nF ibe library: vedrms., 


C. CHATEL 
rgetown 


Several. 2- houses svall- 


we eA. AUDETTE 


NO. i ME, Or Rs, La 
home; ¢ 


lot clap oom oo af 


evenings, 
tw 
ullt [ pet 3 
— , 2 Taj be oie: § dBase fs 
bath se oor full + with 
knotty pine rec w.h 
ct. call 
HARTMAN et c. Lu 


ung 
swith 


trance ileadin 


5 ent 
aute. heat 
. Tens or 


1707 Randolph 
Detached Stone 


ba 
te 


brick 


ner 


th 
Tul be ; level 
boa, - 
an sine , 


HES 


easaive stor. ~ 4 4 
R. A. HU ELE 


y 
SEMID inl DB 


$495 DOWN 


| | Colonial é semi detached front 
ms. mod. kit 


1 wh. 
> Re ‘ore 
ew 
ping center and clcse te tcanso.| 


ck a: fe 5 


= 
— 6- 20, 3 § 


ane att he 

Taye BBs 
etac 
a 


po 
"sng mi many © 
extras Convenient shop-) + 


+ years old, 
kitchen. er 3 
cher ks 

poets row brick. like new, fin- 
fae rec. room. fenced yard. excel. 
ocation. Low down peymen t. Close) 
ce jranes Por further ormation 


= RH. KE 


most openers sas 


| = 
cpamt.| st) 


| doors, 


Cen 
} sere ys ath 


rian t tn 


ene 


feta 2 BATHS 


4 we vARD, 


|_BAUCOM R LTORS | 


& TAYLOR 4 
$750 


Vacant. 4-bedrm 
with “i meee con 
KA 


EAL TY 
ME. 8.0194 


vv home 


LO, 4-7942 


Sata SUBURG, HOUSES C7MD.| mi 
| MA NE 


pesersige AY a2 ward 


e Hy! aa a ta 


rooms. 


a 
tric range. elec, r 
venetian operas 4 


with 
“ttle 


a dock d Mike 


bose 
ce $il. 


;2 
Tne! des elec- 
rator. 


st 


one * $295 DN: AND MOVE IN 


bier with! 2 oars, S 
room } 
3) SIGLER & CO. 
rooms, ba tras 
Built-in garage stitul ¢3 garden. | WHEATON —413.750. An exception- 
m excellent buy “-y “ine low ae ly* clean Tambler on 
ves, EM 22978 WwW $792 | nese jot with patio an 


CHEVY CHASE MD. cluding kitchen, w' oo “in 


, LO. 4-8383 


COLORED—BARG 


pAIN 
2WiD, & VARNUM NW. 
‘$595 DOWN 


see ge 6-rm. brick: 2 rear @n- 


wr: CALL 


u. 23368 


Tt co 
Li. 3-5307 


arles Count 


ome 
ounty, Md 


4 bed-! 


rms 

Owner moving 
Indian Hea 
3-2111, extension 2 


Mont ry ounty 


arage, bemt.| 
to California. Call 


68-FT. DE LUXE RAMBLER 


_COLORED——NEAR 7TH AND 


QUACKENBOS STS. NW. 
9 OR NON-OI 
Sem _iet rick: 6 rms. 
porch: s. side hall, 
' are 
sendee:_ 
ne 
will take your breath seat 
racer pe, co 
KITCHEN ATLAS REA 
ST. 3- Tha 


(ty 60. 
UNGATOW 28800 DN 


It's a beauty he = on i fr 
Large tot Cons oa6, mM 


RA lity 
1 LAMONT 


a oe BRK. 
this aiat 
* for only $750 


ou'll €o crazy 


IST NATL. REALTY 
“IRE, 7-353) 


245 Missouri Ave. 
6 rms. 3 bedrmes.. 
gas heat Vacant 


4610 Sth St. 


Tme. porches fa 
edecorated Vac 


| 209 Webster "St. 


iN 


NW, 


NW. 


eas heat 


we 
10 mo 

‘Mushinsky—RA,. 6-6912 

EVES. MR FEKO 


rel 
Very eeayen! ant located _, 
ving rm.. 


mi 


5 
Call WA 8- Aaao "tl 9 p.m 
IDN Zz 


IN 


17TH & LYMAN NE. 
$695 DOWN 


2 tnclosed 
mi.. ~~: 


Ling 
It's 


8 RMS. nae 


-5 
UN. 4-3422 oeeeet 
COLORED-—26  BY— 1 
5 | BRICK—$995 DOWN | Rank vALtt 


Rorencs. bemt., 
t 


TA, 39-4679 
ing f 
ngalow | 


love- 
dining 


3 Bedrms., 22 Baths, V2 Acre 
: PORCH -CARPORT- 
Béparate dinin 
eating-space kit. ee. 
seboard heat. 2 fir aces, 6 
ighted Ci .osets full dations osm 
indows. resi plaster|_JU. §-702 
oes oe 


~4) | 
FREDERICK W, SERENS 
SALES, INC JU. 7-7700) 


~ -bed Epon. 2-bath 
brick os lontal. 
are 
wi ~~ 
attic Wonderful - : a 44 
schoo! mf appraisal applied for 


‘ERRYFI - Ww 
Attractive 


with well-préportione ed livin 
separate dining rm. 


hy 


f rm 

tonhen 
A 

4-7500 | 


Bradley School | 
al puilt Lae 3 


18 
ves 


mi 


Tevel. 


scribe 
one sso. 
3 ing os 
Srenm kitchen 18x10. with bay 
wi ndow. eye-level range. etc.i su 
recr. rm = big picture win- 
dow. stone fireplace. 2-car 
full basement AK 
AMUEL 


BA) 
INC is 


7 
' 


ar- 
ee fire- 
m./ 


lace wa separate mf Rg 


chen hes, dishwasher: .- 


asking $19 


HOME. Call tod ont » this 3-bed-. 
rm. rambler. paen 
for those who SENOW. Gi 
JRIAUX—OL «3164 
BETHESDA 
$27,750 
SPLIT-LEVEL 


| New brick home on “sts 


2 APARTMENTS Croom & aries nome 
fro 


with nt pe fu 
automatic heat. 2 kitchens, 3 bathe 
low monthly terms 
Regret. gt Sage aide 


eerie i 
LI. 3. 5305 


conc cre . 


Colored—Attention' 
ONLY .$250 DOWN 
TAKE YOUR PICK 


239-°9th St. NE. 

714 7th St. NE 
73 Randolph St. NW, 

507 3rd St. SE. 


CALL EX. 3-4470 TU. 32-2295 


Li. 3-5307 


Bu 
Gomme nome 


Colonial Investment Co. 
23 iSth S&t. RE. 71-6650 
| Bethesda—Parkwood 
VA Approved—$14,950 


Only $750 down and approximately 
taxes and 


| Hospital 
kitenen with dishwasher and dis-' 
osal; full bemt. with partially 
Pn Lished 


COLORED—RIDGE RD. SE. 


hed all brick with 6 


Lovely de 
rooms. 3 rms.., 
separate Gining fr 1 

rm. and bar Level lot. 
windows 
b emit 8 oF 


firep ace large 


jae with 5% down 


UPPER BRIGHTWOOD 
DETACHED BRICK 


Tm. With fireplace 
rm., modern kitch 
rms. = 


liv 
ih “ans Title 
t 


t. bok 
‘4 Cedrms 7 baths. 


LEO'M. waa TEIN CO. 


r- 
4 
ee t. “bult-ia 


ONAL AIN. Total 
wi i? ? acant Move 
odern }- ‘bedrtn semi- 
ached 6- =H, brick BATION R Pull 
+ a with RECREA RM 
¢c 


bedroo 
ees h.-®. detac 
garage A-1l con itlon 


Call vin. Janie. f DI. 7-165 es. Bree. 


We. Calomiris Invest. Corp. 


Sompiget, 2 a-story Lt - 8 laree rms 
4 is ms. Le 


mit.. 
eres 
and many other 


Lee ‘rambler 

-| ° 

B.. ccminatian. fon. ited y 
mace 


recr rear patio 
porch; large ,, vase with 
trees 


CROSS 8" INC. | 


ospite 
re Big beautiful "Cape 
‘ ith esos. 
an 


r 
Sa 


PERRY, 


| ecr iB erlooking ‘weed-| ta 
set ee eel ae a 
: trea 
r iving-diping 
disposal! 
gad & areqneas rm... full 
Behn 


on 1%) 


al a ; 
aces. "e-f waik = st Catherine . end 
. | 


=z 
sta 
= bul 


ve: Yiecher r 


Tal) 


Vv.) 


: 
tn. HE 
| Sher featur Call ST. ett 
‘Montgomery Hills Area | 
WTR 


xi wi 
A full Mt, = ‘ind tee 
Behoo! .? 


tehen 
I spans 
ares--New spit o pay, een 
824.950. 4 “my ) a ¥ 
i» de que 2 ae ~laxeis, 3- 
rea.| bdrm ae7ee roast. $13, 
low 2 
of. 


’ 


Riverside) 


ssession. 
WHEATON — $12.9 
-| rambler gr | AL. 
| biks 


gp ‘oe school 
h oven. 


CONN. AVE ESTATES- 
rick rom er, 


ao 
ake over 


loan. 815.950, BUB 
-3688 


down. 


ree 
J 100x 


CONN. fv®- ESTATES — #$12.950;| 
we down. -eetme ional. flv I loan: 


ae! = 
con fenced 


5- bisa. ‘i ‘oo ete ‘Wildwood Manor 


ed HOME FOR 
aes or regal livine . the 
near NIH 3 
a 


GARTY LO. 


JV. 5-702 


~~ area Gubd- : 

3-bedrm. brick Colonial. hesd 

dr ths baths. 2 .fire- 
“Veterans only $2700 


AL REE AAR Ba 


Directions ee hy DARK ave. 
to ethesda. ieft 
oe “oe 4 fine rd. aoprox 
, - a Jan 


to Manor 
Alvin LL. Aubinge, Inc. 


years ago. 

clude powder rm 
poren facing lovely secluded gar-| 
| den. bright basement. iar at-) 
| Sasmed garage. Beautifully situ-| 
ted on auiet street. We consider 
{ate our finest offering at $26.500. 
_eison, Hushes. FM. 232-8400 _ 


HAMPSHIRE GREEN | 
real cute brick rambler. sash) 
loaded with charm 3 twin — 
bedrms., baths 


on 
3! 
a 


| 


ry ~ laree ins he heme B .. 


mo | r 
red Lc to bus and schools. 


ome; 


to place your 
weekend want ads 
in the big 
Saturday and Sunday 
Classified Sections of 
tee’ The Washington Post 
and Times Herald 


RE. 7-1234 


LT 
SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 
MARYLAND 


ba 
ream kiteh Te ee 


i 
aes wt with h outside entrance; extra 
oe —- L wee eee § 


SEE 


fore it’ 
ane hivs aa 


+? " omen eo in 
space for ta 
ont with exi 


teed at GI ts fenced. re of rity 350 


Awaited’ 


ho have det- 
hing for a ce 
bs, won-| 


“Long 


’ 


“ld nce er —— 


plus’ liv 
a rm. and cozy kit on -. floor 
Grand bemt. with recereati 
maid's rm. and t Rear rard 
Sorders the ope 
approved at 621.950 gir MA * 


thi 


OL. 4-6690 HU. *Y 46025 


a Ce 


WOOD ACRES 


New colonial homes. 6 and 7 a. 
' A. he up. powder 7 let flooe:| 
attache 


ar... screened porch, 
kitchen year 


Wood P yaens inancing 


sy - GTON — Modern air-condi- 
ened 2 -bedroom oars og an 
ones ent area ne schoo 
remsperenies Sep t 
foo , el- electric itehen 
$80. k 
-new 


aium storm windows. 
i. 
pspes in heart level Fie s+ er = weened 


onstr. 


Outstanding value in 
with expahs one 
fenced Sag apres. G 


a 
HU 5-88 3 MOO 


bric 
rick, ¢ a 


5X “vr ia 


~WOODMOOR 
Cod 


ORZENDORFER, OL. 4- iit 


lege | 


stohen Here's a bouse 5 you “thousd | ty 


Pien 
brick Cape 


LO. 6-4 
optte and full bDemt. Close 
HARRISON, Kc. Real- s ang shopping 
east own- $14,950 


tay ANXIOUS pene, TA EF. BLANCHARD 


love vy. and FALTOR—J 
| downto 3 ut b min fi v) woods IDE PARK 
’ m. an UNUSUAL SPLIT-LEVEL 
ON APPROX. % tg 
g39 4 bedreoms. den. gro 
4. fir asement ‘ber. 3 


letely ee 
ge full pan 
asi wreck ancing 
Grah am 


Ca. JU. 3- 6010) 
Sloe" Ak Bice te 


“oon 
reek Hillis: 3 ed 
rms den. 
| 3% pat ‘. y 


c 
| ere bsmt 
12% yee C owner is © 
¥VELL. OL. 2-3336 “i ‘ 
S. AVE. EXTENDED 
SUMNER 
6 BEDROOMS—3'% BATHS 


mediate occupancy 


round level rec 
-w.b. ige. lot Owner 


VISIT 
_ NEED INCOME? 


fortable apartment te 
should see this 3-' 
ome, each unit » > 
, 7 a bath 
good section of 
Takome Par Only. a1. — asked 
om reasOnebie terms: you can 
sume a 615.000 ist trust. Call 
| 4-4000 now for details. 


LOHR 
HERE’S HOME 


POR « lucky family. 3-bedrooms.| 
ite baths, ful ent, com-| 
pletely r eco sted like new. Close’ 
to Langiler 


ch. ve-groun 2 
\ Roane, priced at 

Bee it tod ‘a + 
HWAB, a Eves... OL 
| 23-1409 or OL. 4-7693 

ASS. AVE. Extended: Gi. | 39.500 | 
New 's plit lev mn 1/3-acre over- 
looking prive estate and Mass 
Ave. 2 rec. rm. out of| 
any pares you will en-| 
Tt of a subddi vision. Call) 


Freund, 


criminating buyer! 


co 
lot; 
rm. and bath ist ise. rms. 


Steet aoe ie 


man with little am. | byt whe oan 
+ Make sudstantia 


cz, fe tad 


2 ai aed K y 


th e a-be6 } mon oo ineur 
with ate C 


Md 
ezed. 


| Brick ramb! er: 


home that Prince & 


fam 
the ? “are to enjoy “life & 
ther can My afford. Gl or 
| Price «. $17.950 
JAMES hs CONLEY & co | 
af s home: aak- 
avail, aren 


ASSL ME 6 
all-brick 


800 ar loan: bettas, 
Ome with full bemt 
ted: neat 
opping: easy 
par pent 
AP. 


*°$495 DOWN — 
NON VETS 


ms 
T CHARGES Jemes ¢.. "Conley & Co 
semirambier has 


ea equipped e-, 5% DOWN—ANYONE 


bemt. and rect. Several 3-bedrm., full bemt., semi 
inancing. Call LA.| detached homes in neares Prince 
y schools 


orn 


WO SETTL 
This masonr 
bedrooms, full 


dining & 
room Easy ¢ 
5-9953._. 


ANDREWS —. $300 dn 
acre, 6363 Walker Mill y* m 
Marlboro pike. JO. 2-339 


pus , — RAMBLER—3 lee. 
D.—2 mi Hee north, hiv Spee, hrent’. 


pat! 


Le] 
salt of 


CHERRY HILL 
U. of Ma. ‘ 
. . rr" 
830 n ‘at Ne Northwestern a 
_WA._7-0196. HEIDER 
$9950 18 A very a 
edrm. ho 
eget Ay r : . 


rice for this 
estory br! ; we ge. 
lot with ge. Mo 

rm. has firep RINCE GEORG 

fic street 
ow «a 


| 
: = 
| ine a “eve 


n 


* bes - om 
eet. Can) ON tase We oS REALTY" co. 
ice 615.750 12-ACRE FA 
~6 52. 


= gules no-tra 
I or ver 


veteran ARMETTE, .Y —— D Cc. 
P 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. large liv. rm. 
eautliul 1 Demt.; m tenant house 
bedroom ” rambler on - ooded e.. 
ace - 
V 'pER-| 
-5400 


oe 
ot 


4, 
- 
OO; eves.. HA. ‘3- 6291. W. 


Ref swond $1000 8550 CASH (incl. settlement) 
e 


Buy le all 


to move into “s 


ce and dive rent 


\RLYLE de 


7-8980 
Al)- brick Cape Cea 


rm re. 
» = ela benced beds 
k en 


s 
entr.: 9 rms 
cond: attr. 
ossession 


ras sabre. Approx 
Gi or easy FHA terms. 
A 3d, LOF . PROPE ERTIES. 


i4 
roo TE AND ory a ansslow. lee. 
ets 1000 an 


Er Ped Bente 


600 cash, $77 
sur.: bedr 

pand 

corper 


2 
“vanbl 

t Pull bem 
no 
Ay ~" 

; $17,060 ool, 

mo.. incl. taxes and Mi Joseph. 6 or 
m. rambler with ex FORGES PROPERTIES. 


rooms 74 
ER x y ae a ae vets ae! > —— ° 
ments of only mo. oa. 


5 
5 
* «4 


2d 


HILLCREST HEIGHTS 


Beautiful canton brick rambler tn! 
lt sectio s bath 


encins’ a ae 
saat tonal 
reengd po poreh. 
ME. a eeeereme 
SUTTLAND 


3 bedrms.. 2 baths 3-edrm. name with s et 
ely rec god extra kitchen.| rm.. demt., rm. pare 

Pou'll une ~ wae J Be and fenced lot ot with : Breblece 

reap ar to all trees; shops ys 
sch®ols. ‘Leking 19, 500. “Make en’ by; low ae payment jest 
offer, $15,900 


Jam 


D.— re 

lge hivin 

». mod saul D ki 

lege. or 

7 813 n take over financing: 


ol 
ce ‘GEORGES PROPERTI 


and 


I6t 


our ‘dreams. 


tevel te rm 


FHA 


game 

Gas heat. 
Gl of ; 

~ : 

RIN 


) 
PARKLAND | tee Wt ramblers:; many 


OY! Only « few blocks off Silver Inu! ite 


| eplit level 
ft. finished above ground rec 
/ opens onte private garden 


. 
private showing. 


ROBERT E. LOHR 
BE Sart Hm ge 
" CLOSE SERVICE 


ARMY MATS 
A small white oy surrounded by 
ce trees and rubds 


bodrm.. 2%- beth oriek 
with fir 


rage. full bemt., wooded 


esis Realtor 


terms; 7 m 
brick home. 

laree rec. rm 

$17.950 


be 


Se Beaty 

utes . 
Cod 

8u 

pom aed 

a 

foe of Y 

na 
am- 


acre lot estes ing pry 
mas 
. 53-4450: eves. 


“pt 
i tinetive. aren of ae heats y fe 
Rata: erick 


OL. 6-2344. THOMAS J 


La, ; 
c. 


th| 


$338 MO. ! 


enaitign 
nt Rotinies | 


R. A. 
rs. NA. ae 


Reds age 
BE ERED 


CHE 
se with, maid's 
schools & saree br aeee. 

“GILLIAT. Peo, DE. 2.2770 


row-brick house with 


Cc 
“er. Near 


pep Bedrooms 


ated. 
terms to aual Serer. Call 


essions| use 
ettle estate. 


Rear 2 ae a ie 


| Dems. 


‘ME. 8-0194 


COLORE 


4 CeEtetelv ely 
i . 


mais. REE RM 
oe EAL GE MO. 
A REAL STEAL 
BAUCOM, REALTORS | 


ACHES. | E seed 
s'REALTY 


LO. 4- 7942 


reli bh 


RALMU 


| 
es & 


S| Bara Beaty asian, ted 


$15,750 Canes 


*| 633 GIRARD ie N.E. 


Stipa.» 6 Foc mad 
; nh porghes 


bed, iat EHRLICH 


Nite $30"? se 
RAED 


a wane Set IN TODAY 


oe BAUCOM, REALTORS | 


LTY. Inc. LU. Sa. 


a a 

scapes. ; 60x1a8 20 corner “ei, 
4, 
ful 

glaseed 5 eeD- | 
orc) & sun porch. oll 'h.-# 


ETOWN REALTY & 


, ® Sor. Eves 


tne 


ONLY $ 
BAUCOM, REALTOR 


COL.= 

. hy Ave. & 3rd St. NE, 
5th A Kennedy Sts. NW 
These two lesdiy ho 
"| oe beass 
to refi maoeeck 
OE 


Cal 
7-6 


- 


modern kit.. pow- 
der room . aes ey. i. and sep- 
grate ¢ 


ema faznes is 4 


oak. this lovely. 
brick 

lime repre 
we've 
| fine 

ent 


apiit lev . « 
breakfas 3% deaths, 
| dim rm. cal toda for pest 


fz 


onial 
oer , 


with 


a 


. 5-6010 


Pet Gr 


rm. 
rT: 25-ft. living rm, wi 
piace. kitchen. 
t brick on tae 8 - 
; 
| to schools and shopp c 
©. eg rm. hot-w Lees Rear yard d has lov lovely shade’ 
, 3-) mie 

gale. actos ie.) 

4 


uye 
3-bedrm rembier on ‘evel ior = 


5; Stina crest 7. Tkse ® 
bedrm. rambler: SMALL E ae 
side “porch, lovely 


yar 
with monthiy . @ . 
clud eve | 
' 2- 151. Eves : 
MN 


GS) ese Shodier Risa aie 


achools. , goons ome’, 


— 


‘ a ve 
J 


LC 


ed Ee 
yn eas 


ungalo®, 4 Po? 
ewiy decorate a, 


oA B BARVEs a ‘gy 
CONV. TO BOLLING—ANDREWS 


'TRAL AVE —1-0ete jot plenty 
shade. 2 bedrms.; bemt.: h. . 


re Cyte br + Suan 


E rms Me ore = today. $14, 400 


LAROE ROOMS 


Southern ave. oe 
ry me righ 


i . ansene| 


= utifu 

lot; 3-bedroom 
nfinished ate 

Gl or FHA mill- 


ba es ai | 


ill ge 


| stately oaks. © ¢ 


camutettly teneeds’ 
Gniy $4.4 a ° Cod: ol ae on 
one S pedrme. ‘brice ibdee 


Res as caverics ox 


| rar Pat ade 


ed’ maha with, fireo! nook. ‘over 


Bafa Og wh aS we. . Sgreae. 
firepla . ely 


fis) 


i M 
more for your money. 


MOORE & MOORE 
6- 
URB. A. 


-/ SALE 
—~< 


_—_— 


New All-Bric omes 
at $19,550 to $23,300 


Lincolnia Hills 
er Open Daily, 10 ‘Til Dark 


ged midet brick home. b 


home 


liv. rm of 
mod. kit. with 10-cu. it 9 
with acrosé-top 
CW, _ 
otllent 4% first trust. en 
sed it 


1 
: 
: 
; 


INVES 
' ermont ave nw. “| 
Woodside Ramblers 
$10.9: 50 


OYHILL & SONS 


za. e100” * ™ Ec cose 


frets reel: at = fie 


ae he 
JU. 7-7700)"tars 


eves. and 


’ 
A 
JA * 
J ba 8 
ys > 


= BL 
hy 
Set 


the aD 


Excellent 


Wooo CO., Realtor 


RANDOLPH HILLS 
2-bath. rambler 


beat: 
mt 


ae mFL AND 


. 
Pome . 
. a 
otiation. big i 
e- 


Co. JU, $6010) 


MT. RAINIER AREA 
brick Pvotterae “¢ poawustss 


own, letely finished 
= i Bem. separate 
ue main em en 
Soe 2 


a 
| toe ra dor 


wt o 
> 


ae isal, 
down 
conven- 


PARKWAY ESTATES * 


THE PERRY BOSWELL CO. 
WA. 17-4500, REALTORS. 


zg core 
_" a od city. Only! 


$269 DOWN—GI 
$77 MONTH 


=| i 


; full 


wees... 
$300 Dn. GI—$88 Mo. 
. 2-deth 


THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 
46 Thursday, September 13, 1956 


PHONE 9 omaha 
TODAY th ger res'es 


bus. Nr 


maith etc "WILL BUY ROT wen WANTED 


3 rance. Beav ; 

our a. | ol shade. Rear lawn fenced. Brick + Bas beastifal fenced t 

brs a Y tad jt me. ‘snawer Ja. 1- -3800.. pi tet sia'5s Sab keke Se preci GLEBE RD ; . Sa ae aN SSS aa Bem ininmeonen ~ 
weekend want. acs Tolan Tara | theme 5 ) eur! : ‘fal bem.) “ 


in the big | "9, 328500 | gees OUV IN SMICK 


Saturday and Sunday ores we © mae 3 levee Ses oms. dining tm. plus insulated 2¢ fir 

Classified Sections of i ‘irepisce. . : of Oe 15 

The Washington Post firesiace.” eRe, Dvely lané- bedrooms, Finest. comatraction “i 
and Times Herald | te'tts far’ str tcrttcr micas’) te susecbs piensa "pavessaat 


23 Son ty ' 
FREDERICK erry RERENS ttine. Perfec ome | har » tacted anc ip- oat Built-in r ttstewn and eq. Route - 
far FHA approved. 617.500 suraece: 5- <. tmmaeryiafe pore - $i7.250. Le Gar yemont 
RE. 7-1234 SALES, INC JA. 5-2620 Easy financing enditien: 7S : a, ; —— P20. Neat upp parcels Wear 
c= 


elie ——-.! . line 
—— anna ARLINGTON ASSUME G! r on - im : : z= -50_<_Grewe Be JA WARRENTON VIC © nC rh 
SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67 VA. and move ris Brick S et Cuba "oS > snare of oh er VIC —49 acres acres. rm SaNDo Bod, vi Sinks 
——————— 4 BEDROOMS . , y bie : luted 808 : not Ce 4 3-1442 
VIRGINIA in Rte neighbor Levely 1 “VACANT ech Le #790 3 ‘wos 


pera, 
t inc uipped 14x! hard rd. bus line. 75 : 
meenlinuss From ties Eas 45— teen. J ie ’ P& white < | Pacha itabie . - 
ALEXANDRIA—Del Ray un 3 BATHS-DEN ments. beeutiial rec. tm ith pe eB ave Sth Brepiace. DOWN. Se, burs for’ OV 9. pe i mca NEED MONEY? 

= in Can Kraft 1 UN. ¢-2000 


Tare ft ‘bedrms, beth: vide Large belek Cylonial home. located “Gate “Gr. “aster scathed Gai ALLS : nig 78 miles, LOUDOUN COUNTY 
equip iteher 5 Dlock oft O14 Dominion Drive and « thate in swi — pool is Are COD VALUE _ $-$131. Rete for weskenés and wees cAsH a ~~' 
8-1 868 detached eatage. Can_ id 20- yar Gt i <n : 44e. ; eirepueealy comvenies’ $700 DOWN “Cl S208 DOWN. 100 ym, ye for and country home sites at ceversi| 7 
ALEXANDRIA—Groveion: 8 rooms, °° Dtlow GE apprains tk : = 3 oon of becomes $7500 nice country home ang 37| locations in good neighborhoods, UNION ‘A 
bath, basement. larse tot: veces’ PAIRFAX COUNTY KLAR % HUXTABLE aooceved st SiT Ie ~ Mannas Rity., JE. 2-3110 south D.C TE G41." _" 4 $350 down and $35 per me. 


near scenool: $1500 JE. 4-0935 Sears i SLEEPER —G500 doen PARMS 
. —— , : ‘ AND ESTATES 
CO. — This ls for the GI who | This Dulider has «2 STYLED-POR- . Retirement homes and screase roker at 7 rs. Va. 
gpirt "| ° 


ALEXANDRIA AREA [as sa cour cal ten ts en a — =. z 
4 BEDROOMS and DEN $300 NO canp ‘suxrtecking specus ums outer 2 fall oun Gast Secement. Convenient ou. HAILEY, Realtor er = ad 
$15,750 Fr . 4 DOWN — 7. ae G ote fall basement, - ry oom oftex eons. JE. 53-2093. 126 B Broad Pats Church. va. Rd. Country Clab: has 168 
; ; s own narment ar $17 . ’ 
ace . ly . ; cre wana a not ore th ra‘labie Lor mecrete 
Sf. ateee eS tow A . pay m ao eccupane? Call JA. 5-374 oe BO IN WAVERLY HII : Ss $ ] 9 950! | 5-ACRE FARMETTE 


tall For hartnag Geil RL. o°4230 $75 PER MO. P AY MENT MORRELL REALTY, INC, 3 Mipnoone. 2 rots, BATES ac CENTREVILLE, VA. 


2044 Wilson Blvd. arlington. We" Sua bees Dunant on : “New Center Hall | 


Including principal. interest 
. -bed 
ALEXANDRIA VICINITY ces #F. wy SH sone on bath my beick-ana- pr m.- ramDier er . © f yen ’ 
ous cso th ready IMME IATE ‘ A : : 
STEAL in. we have the ker ge aperes 5°; per me eer hood “se Tes oar be ner a is areful a mt  - aan asa. y Br 
Pte ' for t n er - - ; 
- ~ " erve-level oven — year fom 73 soap —s1 2ton stake: new me- 
WALKER & DUNLOP ma ? = : fg DOYLE—JE. 3-841 BE Set brpctstease sec taa:| Sosy Benue” re.” eode te 
tom bullt brick | INC TY. ec - rol 
1 Fg + ve —_ oonaa eon REAL INC. sf a N HERSON’ S—S8TH 4. 0 
laketron' jot. Peatures Ra 680 North Monroe JA 5.2400 27044 Wilson Bis Ar’ inet on. Va — ’ : 7 - . = ¢ . arcazte ra Rees oree = a a A Pers. KENNELS 7 
21 ne rm. with unieu ’ stir nerw % = . ' Ad. 232-9700 
ral od hearth floor to celi- —— . . - vedrms . ; 9 weeks old, 
ing fireplace. dining rm The General rect lehtt very . —A sy Coe 2ND | COMMERCIAL | $10. JB. 2-0194 7 
birch cabinet kitchen with BELLE HAVEN AREA | 15 seaving and we ate seeking « : ‘a earner ite! ree in sid ft. cleared eg DACHSHUND _3 lef 5 ‘hat is far above average. 6 months 
eve level oven. | ?, tunat =" ¢ a : ; a <3 lot. 2 bike to | Gu a. bupe s, v. % $4 or 6.900-mille warranty. 
dish washer aarbes ‘ 4 Bedrms —(5|—-$ ] 3,800 : ease far ¢ 12 entry of werk sBece O86 «ncecciee _— ALIZED SER ‘ 2 Rs ee -§97- Ww dng’ Small Jr., 
sal pad —— 7, ith ir : C $-bedroom be ; -, —_— a an¢ CALL JA 4.1300 . ; : tows. Call -1147 for detatis.| Marioniust line. , at- 1736 Good Hope Rd sr Lv 1 -9667 
©. 2 tull baths 2% down "bet this lovely home _ Bey ee aln-Con- . Edwards | grandparent & Steuben V. Teck- USED Te Tevcet— a. i. biwalae use 
ight ; reat-teneed pata. storm in Pails Church eres. Man DITIONED TaRocaHoc?r. ena MT. BROYHILL & SONS 2 waa sosrawas p ~3251 trucks: all m 
fireplace ac Priced to sell fast at ents si7 aon ote rect: . 2519 Lee Her. Ariiestes Vo : — a. --% of ‘*. 


BoE ur 
roughed in 3rd bath. At- te ew school and GI aporaised. «= ® vith r ta , giewe te everr- . ar n: rebred of 31 INTER 
tached garage. Patio. Bar- on Te Tine ——— ow town seounant See — terms + stock’ 991 Biedensbure rd. ne 


becue pit. Balcony over- 

Pai pageeged | ' Maton Realty, Inc. Actax Realty, JE. 4.4900 AS 8 See eee Pasty yo! ah 

Zabikes ix |COUNTRY CLUB HILLS); GIANT BUY saotnae Se, HD =. "akg came 20 38 fe eee 
4 BEDRM., DEN, 4 BATHS Brick Cape Cod aon a iG} 


' 
duc 
ately & jous new brick home: center a for «a _ we fam!) 
medi 7 | hall. liv. rm. with Grepi. dint bedrm liv ad 
9 0 ifm. ijerge on kitchen. screen s sep din, rm’ e 
$23 5 porch. den. rec. rm. Srepl. 2- pat. lige. scr b 


redec - BK. 
| n maborh t 
GORDIN- MENSH | 87 coon Reale | deve Set Paes 


iy sie 50 


FAIRFAX COUNTY a 
SO. "93-6790 B k C | “Di LON LAND CO. 
ric 0 onia Baie Weweed Sane oF, : 5 FUNK CARS WANTED —Ps 
en Li Se Sts 950 o 78. 4- 4040 Ores 9-9 “* rt r — -| dollars Por prom 
“READE PROPERT sep FOR THE BEST IX HOME : : | “Aderholdt Realty. "a | Some eo "Cocker fel.” Call be-| Service call AP. 7-6 
REALTY CO ‘ 1 bDsmt sy . “reéned a. . BUYS ivi with fireplace. rep y LO. 7% ' AUTOS wanted. "46 thru ‘52. epost 
- larée equip. kit. quick possession CONSULT dining rm. equipped fer @u: | -REALTORS.__ -—_1-8815,_ ' PE AL LOANS 90A sash. L Bt. Mirs, 224 and b me, 


Miller Real Estate KI $-2690 ets -a078 aetached = : “Giiston of beauliful te-acte’ wood. Licensed ander Small Loan Tews HIGHEST PRICES PAID 


ea ENDS ih 2- 962 JA. 7-1203 JA. 53-2444. “Ite Old Reliable Office - , eran od Tots. Paves geocte. city waene. 


9080 —¥ For Any M 
: re Only ¥: Pro- my Make Used Care 
ath teleniel Lie es FAIRFAX DE pa RAMBLER ne ie k. completety redeco-' tective covenants. and. building” ine McKEE PONTIAC 
elec. range ey UXE 40-FT BRICK RAMBLER - oe , rated. Pu strictions Call today for informa- 1878. St nw __ST_3-7 
drms.. rec. rm. ye and see if this is & good buy : + 3. bed (JA. 5-0648. Eves ———— ; Near transports.) oo.) 2" wy yy oP Ne T '1 — 


New owner transferred crms. 


ity 
“i 


titi 


o 


if 


; 
i 


AUT 

| Wan 

| 7 rices 
Tons. Ta. 


iH 
if 


| Gon ¥. (0) twin size. master bedrm. with pri- - » , ~ s. - ’ trick ‘ bethsa carpert = = "t, sel our you 
hools and shops. This vate entrance to bat th 1 bath jane tone Sree = Cod ~~. az¢ i J | air-conditien-. 5° BARCROFT—65500: 24.00 Pal: mw - Re “st oe — 


; brick ; or | ] ~ - : . 3 . . 
sd emoar eit and) defuse, wife-snving’‘itchen fully, faumpes, cing tucten, eek | S29 Sater are fee Can ROE’, Silas = $F can ponsine): njcety| Steen’ e205 ‘cast reaaived } KIRK MOTOR Co. 
Cc P.. , SCHACE REAL : al payment. £0 : ful let. compiete- 


“bamt “ pine-paneled rec ™ with bar and Gresiece De- 
wit hha! lf bath. A deau- tached 5 


POR INSPECTION FOR WARGL welcome and cold sash 


Park: icome 
ain rec. Fm ft. lot . . .? a J . % oi : Baie. 
one. utaiae, ‘entr ask $18.500 a’ LERNER & Cc co. % ena ae SUNDAY r : aged p+ a so me. price. Tv : Sisamdrore_ot_oe_—“ wh ie 
am Yiu heir” a | See. ket us hase peur neots OD S 
0% DOWN | $400 Bown Vet Rae | aan see = ove ath " ort U9 RETORE Yor grt 
wn—Veterans ton. [to Nottinghs . cversthing ‘Tuts an vens 4 Cit a with : | 1539 PENNA, AVE. SE 


Socios brick Cape Cod. clos®-im| 3.bedrm. brick rambler. 3 rre mt ut } slope 
- gt Ry wo wv old. Fireplace. full basement. 4 st te ’ + — a +" = 1241 6T ST NE. 
as heat. elec. refrig.. ee8 ranger ight SS EE good - Within . 
vine 72 ‘t ive “hre- ot 680x140. Partly tenepe. ue information 3 ake 3 . / 3 mite ¢ a « 
AL ened er. No brokers. JA. 7-2? FBNER R 7 with excellent closets SS ne 8500 down. Shoen ty ; Colonial Oldsmobile Co. 
: , : —edd 2 full baths ha 
soot FALLS CHURCH—S11.650 GI. 3- Ki 9-3530 rc: fout one with « stall —y— , ~ TOP DOLLAR PAID 
bedrm. rambler on ‘ acre Cus- : . : : ; : for clean cere: al] models and 
Tio mit Melis: enue. da ne WEST VIENNA W hoser of te we a af ; ’ a 
ny r. loan, bed-m)—edd on 8 TF uw ye CURITY MOTORS 
" 1.12. Prid. tes spacious fiving rm. : oe Sn eh Y sve cw Dl 17-0818 
with fireplace, a up- SOUTHERN DEALERS need care 
2 2 ieee wh - li ere kt ** — hitch. Gesperately; any make or - 
| snaded jot 303 ' ior tes ican to thaw. anand “ Tor . en with tamby break- 
ALL BRICK RAMBLER | GROVETON—t15.950: 30 
: beautiful tiv thiy pay ts 
. ty terest Attractive brick 
iste ncary Res, st Pere on ist f and fc 


ing 
barns. | 40) Beaut yard with Bowers and trees: 


Le a Tel fietts' aiso « lige. porch. screened in. Mir- 


so POF over attractive Srepl.. tile kit - - 

lowers Bred "e me ‘hear schools +y modern. | wre — 3 BEDRMS.. 14 /2 BATHS 

for appointment. - : Tes &. Ariingioa brick. 24-ft uy 
pura web ME for ae FB gh Hye J. T. MOTON REALTY, INC. | 


rate dining rm... fully equipped = 
Re Inc. re Fh ped OV. 3-5900 


CHALLENGER ea ee oe gv 


ments $6264. prin. and interest vere. Only Contenien: 
on se 5a gy Owner reduced 5 Srice to 10.309 Ariedge Real Estate Corp DOWN PAYMENTS FINANCE WITH €ASY | 3 % 
finished brick,| Pirnace just rebuilt. & on g533 Wises Blvd. aritnstcs MONTHLY PAYMENTS Gi OR FHA TERMS | tec ex: 


JA 7448 


weder Small Loan 


WILL PAY HIGH 


pe hOOD PON FIAC™ 
221 ge eenectins ~s. 


3285 Rhode Isl. Ave. 0 Corp. FY mare oer ar x thane 


CASH FOR CARS 


LENDERS BROWN MOTORS 
Postpone PENNY 


_ ese. gerece. ict $215 
s ¢ rooms. reversed jivine, reer risen ask for Sgt: E Call LURIA BROS. for 2 Taste wine Pays More for Clean Cars 
picture ye Appeal Ja. 7-500 0«=—- 3 WILSON BLD Rity., JE. Make—F ' 
ga ee Peer eek Be sees) POMPONIO . Payment | “so. °"" 
that aay vine tes A drcntaethenonnsanti PRESENTS ieeren resale: : > "' —te TOWN and COUNTRY OFFERS , ¢ part : — PENNY MOTOR SALES 
evelladie. -* con temporary - ‘and caged yard - the af ‘ $750 a “ocr. fm. =. ten = Plan -1620_B. Live. NE. LA. $-2209 
. ; . towers. con 
T'S A HIT (SoS 8300 DOWN aS Bee noe rs 3 vi apie for personal 
end 2 ~_ al = oe level. sep burs this beautite! brick at chee 3 “ce 606s) 6overSewmng . ess . | lew 7; —y = r persona 
Contemporary—$1 7 95 basement nab 3 ar lot, . “oe . Toot emergencies 
completed. Most Ppealing so Sn at . rea 
Payments are postponed 


contemporary desion ram. DU aD 
- , IRC mode 
e overbanein roof, beau _ 2165 —- o 2, & . Poca pric ray ue siponed 
you become unem- 


or ren 
- Te cos “— JA. 
: ployed seriously il 
entrance. 3 lovely bedrms . a sested, of 30 ee 1B = if LARK 
BLASS & CLARK 


ay 


Vi eee ee ee ee ee LE 


- 


y 


~~ 2 eo ee 


v9 


i 


14 " n 
th. full deme th ree i: bamt. brick patio: level fenced jot THIS ONE a 
- level fen 


DES, 100 


Bats ha 8 call T”| Sup trees. pa 950. 
Colonial lero | Fe tel Pode Ee 
Loans tn 3. L4 Sntovest FOREIGN CARS 
jor next came otter tee 


JA. 5-6200 | gus Sipe tik Ee & 
but brick oa 8 corner lot | 
ad 


* = bedrm.. 5 Beautiful 


bend. 
| 


i 


; 
of 
J di 
d f 


A 


Have We Your Love? 


: xx he 
t §22.500. . ¥ 
Dienty, Hof cupboard ard space ‘an = terms. Gee y. JE. 3-2093 | 
bedrms. Bett and | us Terms sere. beast see . 33 CALL 
¥ cottage with 2 bedrooms’ , . S101 Naylor as. , 
one Boor? Tpeoed, pee 4 s end f tamily-site. Rae De — 3 fig qpodiows chase und 513.00 te VA asersica. | . | . Washington 20, D. C. 
park-like, tree-siudded Jot. ; ~ tal property. VER- Cod heme meq be be He tas : éouz. 3 . Re seekee , 8-9200 q - 
cious bedrooms large , ; . on ve. 
4. ‘BEDROOM HOME? | ; room. complein.y modern kt: ynchen. "YEONAS REALTY at LS CHURCH we 2-708 Se ee Heights, Wein and 4 our burer wi = me te roe 
2 


BILL OSS 


i 


| 


x 
It 


i 


I Maryla yond 
av n 

: UNlen 4-9000 
3310 Island Ave. 


tag 


y * : 4 ; full basement. iced 8 
eo D.C .w A nic bus end ® 
=eh Beme af : more living space. for 
pies | ts “POMPONIO 
te" ris beautiful . Ets irpes, Richardson & Hall, Inc. 
MR arage iy .. vacant Radio Bids. Ari. JA 7.8108 "i > _2222 Wilson Biv Bivd JA. 71-4660 
too! Cail qu ae Sy NEWCOMER to Washington? Write 
“NORTH ARLINGTON Se comes an? Wri 


fi 
» 
” 


i! 
5 
: 


Mt. Rainier. Maryland BUYING!!! 
this one slip aw 


8 Oxon Kun Drive — Prag  teje te 
rove « mance moseer win |, ,.914,900—GI, a = Ge, : a oS nae ) 
CaSiRS jn polar abt. "en alsin. nie Ltoeee,| ene Fan Seta Ve Reo : EMERSON & ORME 
are ch Yoeate seresned | ot, walk Mate or BRAND N . $800 ‘ Room 8, 2nd Floor Maryland (BUICK) 
hiv picture you 1 WN. £ Phone: Poplar 1th end M Sts. FW. 


: id * ; 
Sistas sin Weise. | HOWARD BROCK CO oa aber I f ) O16 Rhode Inland Ave. 3 
see Guin 3 vearey ce te REES, TREES, TREES 75700, 
rage "close 10 aches . oe nes engwe N FALLS CHURCH AREA 
ea ihe ie pe Ras PPc.27% ONE ACRE 
S price. $1 


Gen. se a ; lovely rec 7 = 
‘ round. open 
. teerace, a big Jot with tress: wares ‘Mannas Rity..J JE. 2-3110 
Wan? Visit our fries $33.7 Mr 2 
Pe . Choese from our ord. WA a. 300 eves. JU 
7 cote * Boss 4 PHELPS. Inc 


A 

reds 
the 
s—all section 


of thera yireinie—Al price | Sleepy Hollow # By — 4 ~ 
JA. 7-9090 $31,500 BETTER HOMES REALTY Seabee sile = 1} HOW ABOUT AN 


AE SERVICE. INC . flacaces 
mee eet dO) peonaeeboaacettad [ENGLISH SPLIT-LEVEL | SS || AUTO LOAN? 


2 ‘ —y pens 
ke DIFFEREN | — Meraad porch dae $3 sakes : , _ Show us proof of ownership 
peers a> el ! 


and drive off with the 
you need. It's as simple as that. You may be able to take advantage of 


G.A.C. FINANCE 


CORPORATICN - 


$900 Gieds thet Re ad neeneen 
2317 Made kiand Avens**.... Yel. NOhet 3.5008 
ee —_—_ 
= acon qionnnen linen 44200 


AZZLING JA. 5-6800 , | intpert Besachea ‘garage : 
a tlk: SHANNON & LUCHS CO.| "Ast INGTON REALTY | 


50th Anniversary Year rank 
me: Wisea we. Ariingten . YOUR . Sn ences 


AST, h & Donnell 
JA.7-6161 JA. 7-8817), 


sO ‘CHEVROLET 
$295 FULL PRICE 


$85 Dow N 


~~? eostes 

ect apr? 

— og . | * 
=™ 


“N-> ue. ut ert te 


IRV MARTIN 
NA. 8-4455 


ton Z erat 
«-e- Co. =O : 
set soa we. A ae 


“BILL DENIS — 


- a | |6Peees 
smd pickup truces 
N - 


oh a. 
rp. ‘ 'p | & . 


nA 
- ° 
mst : 


= 7 — i ees — a tows 
$1634 FULL PRICE 
BILL VENTS | 


oe eta eS 


if 


4 


protection With s 30-day written 
manth oman 
speroved 8%! an tee 
enployve: send ww 


Lid 
;evernm en! 
areces 


"CIRCLE MOTORS 
2401 Penn Ave. NW. 


i= MOTORS 
prt aay . fe Saat = ‘ Mer: 


Bi m DENIS 


= ; ‘ 
re 


Once acd’ag selection = ane-oer - 
"ecte- ie see 
Onmanes et teak rates 


NEW 1956 MG-A 
$2195 


MANHATTAN AUTO 


WHEE] Bupertee and 


a<«8« 


‘a 
r at RASCH 
os. To Be 8 
i + {sor 


= Ta 


+3003 


me oe sepproved 


fnan< 
G verument emp aovees and 


2, & 4. VS ENGINE 


*472*° TOTAL *S DOWN *60 PER MONTH 


SECURITY MOTORS 


Sth & NEW YORK—N.W 


| grades Wamed! 
‘Por sedis aoprevs! 


“CIRCLE: MOTORS 
2401 PENNA. AVE. NW 


~* reT?v 


and 
2 eaee and sumerous other eztras 


AK ERS OLDS-CADILLAC CO. 


Tl Ave. & 
. PLYMOUTH 554 Belvedere tara- 
2- 


PAUL BROS OLDS 
Lisegt: 8: ; 
PL 4) 4-4. especial 
me. hee rebuilt motor. exce! 
pip cond. good <‘ires. 8200 
“Bavor 2-doo 
pric 


HALEY’ S, INC 


months or 6000 miles warranty 
6765 


Frank Small Jr. Inc 


BILL DENIS 


Hyrdre-Matiec. 
samt = -w. tire 
owner 
$1295 


2-tone 
*. seat covers. One 
Low mileage. JA. 22-4102 


sop AL'S MOTORS 
78> PLYMOUTH 
$337.50 TOTAL 


$s down and take up balance of 
> 9 a 


‘CiRELE MOTORS 
240! Penn. Ave. NW 


Belvedere hard: 


ra clean Qne-owner e! 


WHEELER, INCa 


ae : 


rfect Excellent 


month $7. 
2th 


equip 
fise Bydra-Matic. ; 
tras cash, 
Open evenings until $ p.m 
NTIAC. 407 Fla. ave 


iin de luxe 4- 
condition $630 


2. Connecticut. — 
PONTIAC [656 Star 
Eacetes S31 14 

i? condit 


’ Chief 4-door 
ther interior 


Grades 4&4 Officers 
Dows Payment 


NW. RE. 7-1308 


run- 
0 


os 
Exc me + clean and reasoned) y 
sed 


les: ded 
power windows: 
ST. 32-4145; 


set Es 


e or eredit ~ Sept ere:. 4 


Ttein “SB” 4-) 
tiful octan 
yt 


radii ‘s 
3S trade and term 


oo td Chevcntes 
3300 M ST. NW. 
AD. 2-i64e@ AD. 23-4412 
a athe Gotten De Luxe 


So seca Adio. 
oe ie Grive rletnal gS vere 


ish Outstanding in eee tion | 
and appearance Worth while 


WHEELER, INC. 
~-IMPERIAI 


CHRYSLER. PLYMOU 
ROEST WASHINGTON DEA 
i 3-4 
V-8 4-doot sedan 
automatic 
transmission 
cessories 
2490 Leow as 
NEIL | PONTIA AC, ay 
OL. 4-8000 ‘In the Bor of 


ronat ate — 
eporscres 


5 coupe. silver «rey. 17.600" 
mile 62695 


JACK PRY, LTD. 


Distributer for sreesee Bene 
EDIATE - Yee 


Barry Pate Chevrolet 
Has a fine selection 


ma es 


Reasl. Be 


Hydra- 
100% 
vas Sensis Cus- 
oo ge ot 
find. JO. 


Luxe " Owner. 
care. Runs SE. $125." buver. * BL, ROSS. 


-- re. BY... 


try “ KswaceN — 6 con 
“gamicrwideoron Es wea eta aes 


f 
j umaYS-7pe wagon Spark 
white, roCy coupe, erey and bronge finish. Renter ant 
padny ort nent only 62095. mn ideal 2d 
uaran 2 mi r @al.: 


D 
apitol Cadillac-Olds Co. miles warranty: 


Frank Small Jr., 
iZ22 774 St. NW 


6 mon or 
” 
Ine. 


Orr A BET 
vith sty re ia. 8-4 MARIN. at Stewart Buick. oe ae eee 
1H NDERinD— 195; Sr _bivd.. Arlington. 
eas. coe siarsce | IT’S maa 
apitol Cadillac-Olds Co for ihe 


786 Thunderbird rd 
$395 Down 


Bright yellow finish. black 
white leather interior, . 
Fordomatic. 4-9 

re 


‘53 PONTIAC 
CATALINA 


na rie $1295 


and 
nh. 


? in 
AUTO CENTER 
. 
; ’ — "| ctobus 
~ stiful 2-tone finish wit cnet 
leather Interior resh-air 
henter New-car condition. Must be 
seen. 100% guarantee. "BILL ROSS 
0 regia ave. nw |. 2-62 
ltth ond, Me. Ace. NW. 
"55 CHEV. — Ba... 
¥-8 “Tie” 3-ér:; *. aon 
r.6.: %-tene finish. very low 
mi. by one owner. Special a 
Serricemen 


756 Plymouths 
grades & officers no cone. aie 


ment 2- 


Deers. 4-Deers. 
Suburbans. Conv. 
JET MOTOR SALES 


15 ra. A E 40 om 
534 Pa ve. &.E. AS LOW A 
Li. 4-2300 ices . 


of Dependable Used Cars 
Teday’s Special 
1955 FORD, $1460 


Custem “8” Tedder. beaetifal t- 
tene tvery ead bie. — a &.. 
directional signals. ery 

On sale fer sodas 


1130 Conn. Ave. N.W. 


(Opposite Mayflower Hotel) 


RE. 7-7887 ps -™ 


good 
oniy 


Wanted 
‘55 
Reliable Parties to 


Take Over This 
Victoria”8” 


FORD 
NOTHING DOWN 


No small loan needed 
on approved credit 


Exquisite pink and white 
finish. Very smart looking. 
Nicely equipped in every 


‘SS FORD 
4 DOOR SEDAN 


nt ie $1495 


Lew 


Belenee GMAC 
eetemiia «, a 

with sutomatic ¢ 

. heater. Driven 


T3600 olies by original owner. 


way. 100% guarantee, 


7400 Georgia Ave. N.W. 
For Credit Approval Call 


BILL ROSS 


FOR ONLY 
per me.) 


BANK FINANCING 


BETHESDA- MOTORS 


De Soto-Plymouth Dealer 
Miller and Wise. Aves. 


—— Pa 


NOW SAVE 


“56 FORDS!!! 
CO. OFFICIALS & DEMOS. 
® WAGONS @ VICTORIAS 
®@ CONVTS. © FAIRLANES 


4-drs. & 2-drs. 


CUSTOMLINE 
2-Drt. & 4-Drs. 


: , oe er erate, 

presen 
~ pe "deat. seed fer « i 
payment. 


LOGAN (FORD) 


3540 14th St. N.W. 
TU. 2-4100 


wrens ee ee 


Used Ramblers 
Station Wagons 


in the 
It's 


We Havre Them! 


PACKARDS 


From ‘fe te "“Sée. All body 
tivies. One-owter cars 


COVINGTON MOTORS 
7301 Wis. Ave. (Beth.) 
OL. 2-9200 


“The Garage with @ 
Conscience’ 


Servicemen 
Attention! 


Tee 3 grades and officers anr- 
where financed with ne dewn 


parment. Applications 


by phone. 


S6 FORD “8” 2-Dr., $2195 


Burrell Motors 


2121 Repatag nd. NE. 
LL 4-4562 
ye 


SS PONT. $1995 


Station Wagon V-*: fr. and bs 
vara. PSX B.: 


grades & officers no down paey- 
ment 


JET MOTOR SALES 


1584 Pa. Ave. 8.8. 
Li 4.23 


. “ss 


«= 
. 
x 


SPECIAL 
55 LINCOLN 


CAPRI HARD TOP 


Chalet blee metaliic. tvery top. 


Largest selection 
metropolitan ares. 
worth a trip over to 


NASH- 
ARLINGTON 


Tust off Rosslyn Circle, 
South end of Key Bridge 
for that ideal second car. 
1955's as low as 


+1695 


All colors with Hydra- 
Matic, Radios, Hesters, 
some with sir condition- 
ing. Call us at 


euallty ear throughest, 


$2785 


TOF ALLOWAN F 
FOR YOUR TE. 


FAIRFAX 


Lincoln-Mercury 


Fairfax Circle, Va. 


20 minutes from D. oat 
Ari. Bied. of Lee uey. 


Rw Ree Bee Bn Beall Mellel lle lll Mlle Mn Rell Mec oS Mee Milne Meal nM Men! 


sein iss sd At db eee OS oS Se eS ee +S SS oo OS So oe oe Se So SO oe oS 
sa. 


stata aad inline aaa laine 


_ SS eB 


Reliable Parties to 
Take Over This 


‘55 PLYM. 


Belvedere 4-deor, “8, r. & h., 
w.-w. tires, Powerflite. Beavu- 
ae ee ee ee 


TAKE UP — 


atl 


ME. 8-2674 


SO Orher Cars te 


JACK J. BLANK 


NO 
ONE FULL YEAR! 


THE STRONGEST 
GUARANTEE YOU CAN HAVE 


en our famous “New Car Guaranteed Used Cars.” 
You Pay Not One Penny for This 


AMAZING GUARANTEE! 
Stop By and Investigate. You'll Be Glad You Did. 


ENJOY THAT FEELING OF SECURITY | 


‘55 PONTIAC 


4-dr. 


Ht 
ald 


. $1795 


"870" sedan; beautiful 2-tone 


‘S4 PONTIAC .. . $1495 


Star Chief 4-dr. sedan. ee = 
® steering, 
finish. hidteetienn tn. aumento 


mileage. 
‘54 PLYMOUTH .$1195 


Seavey 4-door. Radic and heater. W.-W. 
yo immaculate condition inside and 


ONE FULL YEAR GUARANTEEN! 


IRCADE: PONTIAC 


1437 ore st. ‘Ww. 


3460 14th St. N.W. 


Tne US 
CAR 


r: 
ear that cives up to 
ths 


BT. 3-2600 
S36 fe fore gn tar: 2-dr., 1738 Good ae . a5 Lo. 1-9647 


Thursday, September 13, 1956 


ouR 


9 7 


ARE 
COMING 


MUST 
Go! 


DE LUXE 
CLIPPERS 


AS LOW AS 


*2685" 


EQUIPPED 


PACKARD 
PATRICIANS 


AND 


FOUR HUNDREDS 


AS LOW. AS 


*3929” 


EQUIPPED 


| CARIBBEAN 
STYLED 
ESQUIRES 


AS LOW AS 


"4492" 


EQUIPPED 


PACKARD 
EXECUTIVES 


AS LOW AS 


3372” 


EQUIPPED 


THIS 


YOU HAVE 
WAITED 
FOR! 


[DUBOIS 


INC. 


323] 
Wilson Blvd. 


Arlington, Va. 
Half Block From 
Clarendon Circle 


CALL 


JA5- 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
4% Thursday, September 13, 1956 ste jth 


‘= 
i 
pan 


i iissstssssssssess ! Buy and save on 
things you want 


Check this page 
every Thursday 


AAD LDA DS ED DE 


AL AA 


PSS eter eee eee teeeer es tt 


(eee 


+tittiit 


—THE CHINA CLOSET-Ir-Ritz Camera Centers— —tankin Uniform Co— DURA-BILT—— 


6807 Wisconsin Aevevate, Bethesda OLiver 6-5400 618 12th St. N.W.—607 14th St. N.W. Free Daily Local Delivery Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily 9 to 6 7206 New Hampshire Ave.. T akome Park JU. 5-9430 
Irregulars: Dinnerware, Glassware, Gifts ST. 3-1458 Open Thurs., 9 AM.-8 P.M. ME. 8.3220 Pree delivery within 6'40-mile vadins 


Franklin Uniform Brings You Again | rae ‘BATH TUB 


IMPORTED TRANSLUCENT CHINA Special Purchase! By Popular Demand! 


CUPS and SAUCERS DO NOT CONFUSE THIS SCREEN WITH sieges wg a White Taffeta e - - - Re Saw = ENCLOSURE! 
New 40" x40 a Oe 7 Newest thing in home 


re Bx - Z , Screen | | 100%. Nylon 3 x H y 3 3 aeccaee tata 


100% rust-proof extruded 


aluminum 


; ; ; - . | r jab 2 fia + Two sliding glass doors 
vile sunade i With — Uniforms Reich} fu] & Rust-proot base roners 
~ , Reg. 324.95 Easy washing, quick dry- Hie 7) ead teem co ow One Bee 
Oectrer Pictures Thuredav On! : ing, no ironing. Set-in belt — ie - | Rtentnates menqy, Gopey 
FPF ursday Uniy tie ‘ and button down front; 3 | , Fully guaranteed 
large pockets. While quan- DIRECT-FROM-THE 


a i : | tities last, no mail, phone FACTORY SAVINGS 


«Javidi ‘a = View of a ors we 5; 95 | : or C.0.D. Ree 
Classically simple white ies 5036 race . ’ } 
Th SIZES 10-20 : 
china with gold band. Such 7. : Plus 3%, pales Pres in | C AL L TOD! AY 
inexpensive luxury for your ONLY C hit stic “ pA LRD M ; fr J 5.9430 . 


dining table. nt | oinstes Vinaflect. Washabd! ula 
| 2 | Cup and Saucer f  sbeortin ras Fer : f 99 FOR FREE HOME 
Seconds of imported china. 2 ~~ ts : fit te . DEMONSTRATION 2 Terms as Low a8 $1 Week 
‘ ‘ 


every time y ‘ b . . ; 
ia cepecially for use S7 No Obligation 


os . foremost screen 


Also Pottery from 32c up sanufacturer 


Open Thursdays & Fridays til 9 P.M. fd Free Delivery in Metropole Washington in colors, $6.99 | SPECIAL SHOWER DOORS $34.95 


. — ener . om . . area. Phone and mail orders promptly ¢ 
FREE PARKING IN THE REAR i filled. enclose check or money order. 7 - - Both Prices Include FREE INSTALLATION 


BLACKISTONE, INCH. L_ GREEN CO.—/—CENTRAL LIQUOR HAMPSHIRE HOUSE 


1407 H St. N.W. (Downtown) DI. 4 BIG CONVENIENT LOCATIONS YOUR CUT RATE LIQUOR STORE ___ FORNITURE CO. 


, " ° ane IN NORTHWEST: IN SOUTHWEST: 
1631 H St. N.W. (Downtown) ST. $468 1121 H Street Northeast 518. Ith Se. N.W. ST. 3-5440 | | 3653 New Hampshire! 4415 S. Capitol St, 


[Ww (@aci we 400 7th St. N.W. (FAW Grand) Store Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 10 A.M. to 8:45 P.M. ‘ ; eo 
o" nen. ote: dame Spring — 5 oo 3821 Mt. Vernon Ave., Alossadelo, Va. Saturday, 10 A.M. to 11:30 P.M, Ave, at Georgia at Elmira St. 
7331 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. (Bethesda) OL 6-8300 8649 Colesville Rd., Silver Spring, Md. ; PHONE: BA. 3-1213 or JO. 2-7676 


A TYPICAL CENTRAE SPECIAL — 3 Day Sale-Save 45% 
: PRODUCED AND BOTTLED IN MADEIRA | Orthopedic-Type 


18 Beautiful . Boxer Longies a JUSTINO HENDRIQUES FILHOS, Lda. EXTRA-FIRM 
eaultilu | : ‘ ) 
4 7 i 


FBRESI y. 5 . 4 bn we fe ; oe Elastic waistband, iI Madeira Wines H O rl yY wo O d B © d 
A ; sna >, = | Ae one ke rig. ‘ 
CUT ap QS v..# Sy sizes 3 to 6 ne = 59 Justino’s Malmsey 3 S.-d 54 Pe 


by Le . ~~, . 
Fall Colors: Red, Royal ONLY 
ne 8 Blue, Brown, Green | | A FIFTH Rainwater 39” TWIN SIZE 


Regular 129 Value ~ ~ nine Camara de Lobos 


Fine Pinwale Corduroy 


® Over 600 Colls 


On Sale ’ : se ‘ Justino s Boal > 8-on. Satin Cover 


is W >" § ® Extra Firm Uni 
This Weekend Only ¢ —~JS SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY QNLY stieeatah tanaer 


$ 95 7 ‘ evr n a @ Matching Extra-Firm 
. ; de newt IN OBSERVANCE OF YOM Box Spring on 6 Lees 


Several Colors KIPPUR_WE WILL CLOSE AT 


i ee 5:30 FRIDAY SEPT. l4th . 
A Wonderful Gift 9 /< —— me | Bedroom Suites 
f iif : Pair} IBM) | REOPEN SAT. AT 7:30 PM. | Discentinued: Model j 50% 
SSesVeRED or on Occasion We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities SAVE UP TO 


——QUAKER CITY— -—Litlle. Caledonia MILL END SHOPS—-—— BABITT’S 


CARPET & LINOLEUM CO., INC. 1419 Wi in Ane, ecmnenion PE. 3.4700 Langley Park 931 F St. N.W. Shirlington CUT RATE DRUG ST ORES, INC. 
F ST. Cor. 6th ST. N.W. (Free Parking in Rear) — ’ Mon. Thurs., Fri. Thurs. 12 to 9 1106 F ST. N.W 1113 F ST. N 

B, 8-1882 OPEN TODAY 9 TO 9 | sao gh Sram ee aah nipitlcns 
ME. “ Washington's Original Vitamin Stores—Est. 1935 


Picts . ones - 23g ped % Fr gli sh Di nnerware OPEN TODAY & FRIDAY—CLOSED THIS SATURDAY : . 
g Vitamin Sale 


: es Custom , 
Asphalt Tile - WAKEFIELD ae - Mad 3 DAYS—Thursday, Friday, Saturday 
® CARNIVAL CY ga PATTERN —, ap fe | 
® MARBELIZED as ‘i, ae : 4 to Order m2 in ine ey Lilly 
rh eal : 7 x : — = Dw bi cent wee ss “2 
araicic 2 (wads 20-Pices | LEDERPLEX, Lederle Capsules .. 
i 


= 16 95 " , : | aw aan Lt — y] Dc Slip BEMINAL, with vitamin C 


Vase not Included 


BET s LAND ca wecdecevces ‘ 
4 dinner plates HLINS 
4 fruits et RYBUTOL, Gelucaps 


INSTALLED és = : . “4 . ~, 4 * Cups and saucers # a be Cover Set BECOTIN with Vitamin C ....... 


‘~y 4 bread-.and-butters DAYAMIN, Abbott 
Completely installed by our be 4 6 Cdl ett 9 ies 


Price 
2.97 
5.99 
1.88 
5.99 
3.69 
3.99 
5.55 
3.49 
VI-DAYLI Abbott ¢.. . oa 

expert : Pe © Sofa with 1, 2 or 3 POLY-VI-SOL, Mead’s ......... | = 
1.69 

1.88 

2.98 

5.38 

5.66 

4.77 

2.99 

3.09 


NO MONEY DOWN ming waste. Slightly higher } Reg. $17.40 cushions TRI-VILSOL, Mead’s 


a . c " , 
USE OUR -enaaae Semmens : <—e sagen igh a sf aie rice eoniat $2 95 ‘Choose from one of the largest col- } . ; 
Armstrong or Gold Seal , <4 |] ice inca vated, remrame | YO)-9O 
INLAI D LINOLEUM ’ : Th ursday “ F riday ¢ Saturday Only a ee ee aed 
! NO PHONE, NO MAIL, NO C.0.D.'s pel RE ca aml dhl 


VITAMIN B-COMPLEX Seana? 100 
LEXTRON, Lilly 84 
VI-PENTA Drops 

GEVRAL, Lederle .. 

THERAGRAN, Squibb 

RETICULEX, ‘Lilly 

VI-MAGNA, Lederle ...... thioen 7 


02 09 68 68 Co H on OO OO =I CoS 


SHSSSRSHSBSISRSAES: 


tos 
of Ao-| 


. 


te 10 pee. completely in 
dled and guafantesd. Choose 88 9.95 : ; NATALINS, Meads 
sat selantion of atterse tn Wash- gg) $1} 1% OPEN EVBRY DAY FROM 10TO6  } Member of Downtown Park and Shop, Ine. datdidnminie i. a “an ws, ec oneiole 


~KINSMAN OPTICAL CO.j7—H. BAUM & SON— — DISTRICT —— MORTON’S—— 


© 312-16 7th, N.W. ® 2324 Penn. Ave. S.B. 
1320 F Street, N.W. Office Furniture Since 1884 “Fer typewriters that type right” @ H St. at 7th, NE... @ Silver "tiekan 


DI. 7.3600 Serving Washington Since 1900 || ©6 E St. N.W. Free Parking New Door NA~8-9136 p. C. & MARYLAND VIRGINIA 
723 lith St. N.W. 2711 Wilson Blvd. Girls’ &@ Pre-Teens’ 


Just In Time For Football Season All - Steel Desk MB. $-f001 “JA. $0307 if Parochial School 


° RENTALS — ~SERVICE 


Binocular ia Fagen Gta 
With Genuine Leather Case _ "> aaa _BUY Wit CONFIDENCE 
| feeb ieee 1. aoe 


; have a typewriter that’s 
? 49 


PLUS TAX 


® NEW MACHINE GUARANTEE ® TRADES ACCEPTED 
* FREE DELIVERY & DEMONSTRATION © 


— 


2 , STORE OPENS 8AM. © CLOSED SATURDAY 
_ HOURS: 9 A:M. to 6 PM. Daily if VREE PARKING NEXT DOOB FOR OUR CUSTOMERS 


i 


> 


- 38° 


NOT CAMPAIGNING, SHE 


THURSDAY, 


ne te 


SOCIETY 
RADIO-TV 
COMICS 


Just Pretending 


me Jor and about WOMEN 


SEPTEMBER 13, 1956 


49 


ee 


CLAIMS—Nancy Kefauver, 


red-haired wife of Vice Presidential candidate Estes, ad- 
mires a caricature of her husband (drawn by Dorothy 


Fratt) which was on display 


So She Says 


- 


last night at the Bethesda 


° 


ee et Or 


» 
. 
| 
: 
‘ 
; 
§ 
: 
mee 
7 
. ; 
, 
Ses 
oe 
a 
2 . é 
oe 
cid 
¥ ¥ : 3 


ar 

ees ~ 
ta 
4 Pa 


By Wally McNamee. Staff Photographer 
Democratic Headquarters Open House. 


Although . she 


shook some 500 hands or more at the party, Nancy still 
claims she's not campaigning—just visiting in the neigh- 


borhood. 


Nancy Is Still Not Campaigning 


By Elizabeth Shelton 


ALTHOUGH denying she 
is “campaigning,” red-haired 
Nancy Kefauver shook some 
500 or more hands last night 
—both inside and on the side- 
walk In front of the Bethesda 
Democratic headquarters. 

Estes’ (and Adlai’s) asset 
was honor guest at the open- 
ing of the new headquarters 


> 
ae 


y . , 


on Sept. 28 in the Statler 
Hotel. 


MRS. KEFAUVER arrived 
alone and hatiess for her 
hand-shaking stint. She wore 
a simple long sleeved biack 
crepe dress with a face fram- 
ing stiffly starched Irish 
linen collar and matching 
cuffs. 2 


She carried a black jacket 


, 
é 


By Wally McNamee. Staff Photographer 


EYE TO EYE—Democratic candidate for Maryland's 6th 
District seems to see eye to eye with the Democratic 


donkey, a party playmate at 
at the Bethesda Democratic 


last night’s open house held 
Headquarters. Foley's wife 


Lucille is the third party. All three were honor guests at 
the Open House with Mrs. Estes Kefauver and Maryland's 


senatorial hopeful George P. 


at 7142 Wisconsin ave. Be- 
thesda. The party started 
indoors but the receiving 


ling moved outside when the 
miumbers exceeded the small 
former store's capacity. 

“I'm, not campaigning,” 
Mrs. Kefauver told a report- 
er. “I just like to get around 
to the neighborhoods when 
] can.” 

She said her next appear- 
@nce wi!!l be on Friday, Sept. 
14, at the opening of the new 
Stevenson-Aclawer head- 
Quarters downtown, when 
both her husband and Gov. 
Stevenson will be present. 


SHE SAID she looks for- 


Ward also to being honor 


at the District Demo- 
Women's Day “Gaia” 


» 


Mahoney. 


lined im bright blue print 
Her shoes, pointed toed 
black suede, had “sensible” 
mid-heels. 

She slipped into the cen- 
ter of the receiving line, 
almost unhoticed in the hot 
smoke-filled headquarters, 
shortly after 8:30 p.m. — 

She was flanked by sena- 
torial candidate George P. 


Mahoney and congressional , 


Candidate John R. Foley. 
Both had just flown in 


from New York from Gov 
ernor Stevenson's 


DEMOCRATIC faithfuls 
were by numbers 


passersby on 
Wisconsin avenue. Two Mont- 
gomery policemen were sta- 


. 
: 


tioned nearby to keep the 
crowd in check. - 

With Mrs. Kefauver in the 
receiving line also were State 
Sen. Edward 5S. Northrop; 
James S. Mann of the State 
Central Committee; Mrs. 


Foley; two candidates for cir- 
cuit court judgeship,*Charles 


Ireland and Alfred Noyes: 
Mrs. Irelan, Orphans Court 


Judge Ella R. Plummer, and 


Margaret Schweinhaut. 
Dorothy King was chair- 
man of the open house. 
Among those attending was 
Ward W. Caddington, old line 


Montgomery Democrat. Dur- 
ing Foley's primary campaign 
he was criticized by Mrs. 
Schweinhaut and others for 
being an adherent of “boss- 
ism” because of his support 
by Caddington and E. Brooke 
Lee. 

Baltimorean millionaire- 


builder Mahoney faces incum- 
bent Sen. John Marshall But 
ler (R) next month; Foley is 
trying to unseat Republican 
DeWitt S. Hyde in the House 
in the Sixth Congressional 
District race. 


— -_——— ~ 


Red Cross 
Explodes 
A ‘Bomb’ 


By Marie Smith 

THE NEAR-DEAFENING 
sound of an exploding bomb 
rocked the darkened audito- 
rium of the D. C. Chapter 
House of the American Red 
Cross yesterday as visitors 
té the annual activities’ day 
program awaited what they 
thought would be «a film 
presentation. 

Air-raid sirens and screams 
filled the air, mingled with 
moans of the injured; the 
smell of gun smoke hung 
heavy over the room. Quick 
as a flash from the audience 
sprang white-helmeted men 
and women to the rescue. 


Lights from their flashing 
red lanterns silhouetted on 
the stage the form of three 
victims lying on the floor 
writhing in pain.. 

Recovering from the first 
shock of the explosion, the 
audience watched almost 
spellbound as the team of 
three men and three women 
speedily applied a tourniquet 
to the head and arm of the 
first moaning victim; another 
twosome gave artificial res- 
piration to the second silent 
casualty; and another pair 
put a leg splint afd dry burn 
dressing on the third patient. 


TT WAS all over in less 
than 3 minutes, the lights 
came on again and the audi- 
ence breathed a big sigh of 
relief that they had witnessed 
only a dramatic demonstra- 
tion of what can happen. 

And appreciatively they 
burst into applause at the 
speed and efficiency with 
which *a Red Cross-trained 
Civil Defense rescue team, 
made up of Department of 
Agriculture workers, sprang 
into action. 

There was applause also 
for the three smiling secre- 
taries whe had played the 
role of injured and provided 
the screams. 

Joseph Aronoff, assistant 
director, Safety Service, ex- 
plained actually the explo- 
sion of a starting cannon, 
used at boat races, in a GI- 
type garbage can. Only cas- 
ualty, he said, was the can 
which unexpectedly was 
blown to pieces. 


THIS WAS one of a day- 
long series of demonstra- 
tions ‘given at the Chapter 
House to dramatize the work 


of the Red Cross and em- 
phasize its need for volun- 
teers in all phases of its 
activ: ty 


Throughout the day, vis- 
itors were carried on tours 
of the building and served 
tea and coffee along the route. 

They saw exhibits of the 
arts and skills division, which 
needs volunteers to be in- 
structed for teaching skills in 
area hospitals; by the surgi- 
cal dressings unit which each 
month sends to Bethesda Na- 
val Hospital 13,708 44inch- 
square dressings and 1393 
brain sponges. 


Other divisions which had | 
much- | 


exhibits to attract 
needed volunteers also were 


Gray Ladies, the Blood Pro- | 


gram, Social Welfare. Junior 
Red Cross, Home Nursing; 
Hospital Nurses’ Aides, Can- 
teen Service, Home Service 
and Hospital Hostesses. 


(Picture on Page 51) 


ee —-— 


BON JOUR, WASHINGTON—Mme. Herve 
Alphand turns from greeting her husband, 
the new French Ambassador, to say hello 


‘Everything Is Dior’ 


By Charles Del Vecchio. Staff Photographer 


yesterday. 


to other members of the welcoming party 
as she arrived at the National Airport 


A French Accent’s ir. Town 


By Ruth Wagner 


LOOKING very French, 
very chic and very charm- 
ing, the wife of the new 
French ambassador came to 
Washington yesterday. 

Mme. Alphand, because of 
iliness, missed the plane 
which brought her husband 
to America from Paris last 
Friday. She looked very 


well, however, as she 
alighted from an American 
Airlines plane at noon yes- 
terday. 

Herve Alphand, who pre- 
sented his credentials to 
President Eisenhower on 
Monday, antl a large con- 
tingent of embassy staff 
members and their wives 
were on hand to greet the 
Parisian newcomer, 


your fashion store 


arenes: 


" © 


Liidatos 


~ we ie ~ ro. ¥ 
ee Oe . 
ac Pele . oS rv , Ps 
NSGN 7 * is : Z 
“Sak. 


Se 


NA, 8-1133 


special purchase 


SALE! 


100% Cashmeres 


and 


Open Thursday 
12 to 9 


fur blend 


sreatcoats 


‘63 


reg. 89.95 to 119.95 


Magnificent hand tailored 

coats in a luxury blend of fur 

and wool. Superb buys in 

100% Imported Cashmeres—in 
every new 
wonderful array of 
Grey, beige, blue, rose beige. Sizes 
816 for misses and petites. 


silhouette and in a - 
colors. 


Coats, 3rd FL 


& 


3 WAYS TO BUY: Leyeway © Regular Charge * Revolving Charge (6 Mos. te Pay) 


~ 


, 


Adlai-Estes Team Draws 
Indepehdents, Aides Say 


By Grace Bassett 


ADLAI Stevengon and Es- 
tes Kefauver on the stump 
together are drawing crucial 
independent voters to the 
Democratie cause, the two 
top volunteer workers for 
the ticket said yesterday. 

“The Governor and the 
Senator get on fine,” Mrs. 
Edison Dick of Chicago re- 
ported 

Just back from a hard-run- 
ning tour with the candi- 
dates, Mrs. Dick held a joint 
press conference with Barry 
Bingbam of -Louisville at 
Stev@nson-Kefauver head- 
quarters, 1025 Conn. ave. nw. 


APPEARANCES of Steven- 
son (who stands 5-foot-40) and 
his 6foot-3 running mate on 
a platform have fascinated 
crowds from California’ to 
Connecticut, according to 
Bingham. He said he thought 
the different personalities of 
the men broadened their ap- 
peal for women voters, inde- 


Shop Today 12 to 9 at_ 1207 F, 7th & K; 9:30 te 9 at Neighborhood Stores 


a | ae 
la As 


“, Seta 5 i 
‘on 
¥ - 
. 


ee Se ee ee 


be 7 
eee 
pe 
44! 
“ a 


pendents and even registered 
Republicans. ? 


STEVENSON Is the first to 
admit Kefauver can still 
“outshake” him, Mrs. Dick 
said. But she said the vital- 
ity of both during the “gruel- 
ing campaign trips was ex- 
traordinary.” 

“Stevenson bounced out 
of planes at 2 a. m. with just 
as much verve as the Sena- 
tor,” she added. She char- 
acterized the Stevenson “new 
look” as a synthesis of his 
warm personality and his de- 
votion to issues. 

Herself a former Repubil- 
can, she said volunteers had 
welcomed the help of other 
Republicans who have 


switched allegiances. Notable - 


among these is former Re- 
publican Gov. Adam McMul- 
ler of Nebraska, now at 
work with Midwest volun- 
teers, she said. 


SIMPLY OOZING fashion 
from the crushed crown of 
her wide-brimmed fat to the 
very pointed toes and needle 
heels of her black pumps, 
Mme. Alphand, whose hus- 
band was formerly French 
delegate to the United 
States, seemed a proper am- 
bassadress from a country 
which counts fashion among 
its main exports. 

“Everything is Dior,” she 
declared, indicating the big 


hat and smart suit of home- 
wool. 


BLONDE Claude Alphand 
speaks little English, but she 
had no trouble producing 
friendly “How do you do” 
and “So nice to meet you” 
for the English-speaking 
members of the welcoming 
party yesterday. 

Asked by reporters about 
her wardrobe, she said she 
had not brought any of the 
new ankle-length skirts that 
caused a sensation at the re- 
cent Paris couture openings. 

She gestured that her hem- 
lines were all “halfway” 
down the calf, the averace 


length, and showed. great 
amusement at the question, 
which .she considered a 
“rare” one. 


THE ALPHANDS lived in 
New York during thé ‘war 
years of the Vichy govern- 
ment, and Mme. Alphand 
made a great hit singing at 
smart supper cubs at that 
time, Most of the songs, of 
course, were in French, and 
she accompanied herself on 
a guitar. 


ee re 


HAHN'S 


SPECIALIZES IN 


Sizes 3 to 6, 


BABY SHOES 
\Z DD 


OF THE 
FINEST 
QUALITY 


5.95 
Sizes 6% to. 8,-6.95 


Designed to give the right flexibility and 


support for 


every stage 


growth, our Moc- 


casin Treads are premium quality. WHITE 
doub!le-checked 


or BROWN. 


Fittings are 


by the Hahn store manager. 
Other Infants’ Shoes from Pre-Walker size. 


aN 


1207 §§ 7heK 


“3113 14th 
“SANER ERIS, MB. “Open 9:00 20 9 daly 
ALEXANDRIA, VA. Opep 9:30 to 9 Thurs, 
CLARENDON, VA. Open 9:30 te 9 Mon, Thurs, Fri. 


FREE CUSTOMER PARKING AT ALL HAHN STORES 
/ baw 


: 


oy WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Thursday, September 13, 1956 


a 


—_— 


Fashion Course to Be Taught This Fall 


“Fashion Retailing” is the 
name of a course to be taught 
by Elizabeth Fairall, former 
vice president of Julius Gar- 
finckel & Company at Ameri- 
_can University this fall. Sub- 


jects such as fashion promo- 
tion and selling will be taught 
at the Downtown Center, 
19th and F sts. Mondays 
from 8:25 to 10:45 p. m. 


your fashion sore 


The extra-high waistline 
with short, pliable bones is 
roll-proof . . . eliminating 
that bulge’ above a trim 
waist. 


Extra-wide panels of 
leno elastic give you the 
smeoth hipline for fash- 
ions. In sturdy nylon 
(sketched). White only. 
18-inch in sizes 27 to 34. 


Nome ; 
Address .. 
| City 


Thee: Zz 


Piihgaboin 


NA. @1133 


™ sales tax in D.C. and Ma 


SHOP TODAY 
12 te ? 


Phone Orders, NA. 8-1133 from 9:30 A.M. or Mail Coupon 
| PHILIPSSORN, F Street at 12th 


0¢.0D. 
C) Cherge 
O) Check 


Quen 
Size 


ise extra on deliveries and C.O.D.'s 


CAPESKIN & 


SUEDE 


SHORTY COATS 


Ton, 


¥ > i 
: ; 
= ih 
J 4 " 
\ tare 3 
* . "ee 


reg. 29.98 


; 


“Lil Abner,” 


Dogpiatch, D. C. 


Hoedown 
For Abner 


National Theatre arrived in Washington yesterday. 
left, Tina Louise who plays Apassionata Von Climax, Al- 


— 


ns 


Right Here — 


By Millicent Benner 
THE CALM, but not so 


| collected cast of “Li'l AbD 
| ner,” 


who will present the 


| world premiere of the musi- 


| cal comedy at the National 
| Theater next Monday night, 
| arrived 


in town yesterday 
minus its leadimg lady—who 
missed her train. 

Edith Adams, who will play 
the part of Daisy Mae, ar- 
rived at New York's Grand 
Central Station in time to 
watch her train pull out. 
Like streetcars, there's al- 
ways another, so Edie caught 
the next. 


STRAPPING six foot four 
Peter Palmer, who portrays 
Li'l Abner, stood mopping 
his brow in the boiling sun. 
This is Peter's first show, 
but he showed no outward 
signs of nervousness when 
actually he has double cause 
to do so. 

Peter's wife is in Bloom- 
ington, Ill., wai the birth 
of their second child, who is 
due to afrive on the 18th of 
this month—one day after 
the premiere. 

Peter was signed up for 
“Lil Abner” by producer 
Mel Frank, who saw him on 
Ed Sullivan's allGlI tele- 
vision show. About this 
show's chances for success, 
Peter is specific. “It'll be a 
hit,” said he. “I'd be a fool 
if I didn’t think so.” 


STATUESQUE Julie New- 
man, Stupifying Jones in the 
show, took her time oe 
ona before boarding the 


“Is that the Capitol over 
there?” she asked, pointing 
at the celebrated dome 
gleaming in the sun. “Gee, 
it’s pretty. But, I'm so warm. 
Where's a drink of water?” 

Scott Kirkpatrick, mana- 
ger of the National Theatre, 

ad still 


domesticated white pig. 
Both were hired. 


DOGPATCH COMES TO WASHINGTON — The cast of 
which will have its world premiere at the 


From 


Town Topics 


By Vie Casaments, Staff Photographer 


bert Linville, who is Dr. Isotherm; Joyce Gladmond, under- 
studying Daisy Mae; Peter Palmer, as Li'l Abner; Julie 
Newman, who is Stupifying Jones and William Lanteau, 


Available Jones. 


Guild a Planned 
Thé@ 13th annual benefit 


dance sponsored by the 
Prince e's General Hos- 


pital Guild will be held Sat- | 


urday, Oct. 13 from 10 p. m. 
to 2 a. m. at the Mariboro 
Tobacco Market at Upper | 
Marlboro, Md. 


Tuned to ‘Auld Lang Syne’ 


By Marie McNair 
DR. JOSE Chiriboga, former 
Ambassador of Ecuador, who 
resigned to run for the Presi- 
dency, is back in town briefly 
with a new 


representa © 
tive to the In- 
ter-American 
Committee of 
Presidential Mrs..McNair 
Representatives, an organiza- 
tion born of the recent Pana- 
ma Conference. Stopping at 
the Washington Hotel during 
his stay here, the former Am- 
bassador will leave on Septem- 
ber 20. But his work with the 
committee will bring him back 
frequently to the Capital. 
Pepi will be living closer to 
his friends here from now on. 
He’s to teach international law 
and labor law at Louisiana 
State University. 


A VOICE on the telephone 
yesterday said: “This is Cielo 
Aramburu McVey, remember 
me?” And, at that, time 
marched back six years. 

Mrs. McVey was one of the 
five pretty daughters of the 
then Minister-Counselor of the 
Peruvian Embassy, German 
Aramburu, and Senora de Ar- 
amburu, who was one of the 
best looking women in the 
diplomatic corps. 

Senor Aramburu left Wash- 
ington to become his country’s 
Ambassador to Panama and is 
still at the post. Cielo an- 
nounced her engagement to 
the young junior grade Navy 
Lieutenant while her parents 
lived in Washington. 


AFTER their marriage the 
young couple went to Italy 
for two years’ station. More 
recently they've been on duty 
at Norfolk and now they're 
living here in an. apartment 
at Bradley Towers in Alex- 
andria. 


The family now numbers | 


five. Ohristopher McVey is 
4 years old; Stephen is 
2%, and the baby, Cecelia, 10 
months old, is the goddaugh- 


ter of Peruvian Ambassador, 
Fernando Berckemeyer. Wel- 
come back, Cielo! 


IT WON'T be long now be- 
fore Washington's party-go- 
round will be in full steam. 

Eirst big diplomatic recep- 
tion for the month comes on 
the 26th, when the New Zea- 
land Ambassador and Lady 
Munro will entertain to cele- 
brate New Zealand Day. 


THAT SAME evening Mr. 
and Mrs. Eric Johnston will 
entertain at dinner in honor 
of the Ambassador of Japan 
and Mme. Tani at the Ameri- 
can Association of Motion 
Picture headquarters, with 
guests invited to stay for a 
movie preview. 

Add to the Sept. 26 page 
the reception to be given 7 
the Ambassador of South Af- 
rica and Mme. du Plessis in 
honor of the South African 
Minister of Finance and Mrs. 
Naude. 


THE CHINESE Ambassa- 
dor and Mme. Tong will 
give a dinner on Oct. 2 in 
honor of the Army Chief of 
Staff and Mrs. Maxwell Tay- 
lar. And this year for the 
first time in several years 
there will be.a reception at 
the Chinese Embassy for the 


“double 10"—tenth day of 


1211 


ZACHARY punta 2 


“ag tio HP 


CONNECTICUT 


AVENUE N. we 


s 


th ta 


Franklin Su 
You Energy Faster Than 


Any Other Food 


...yet contains only 18 calories per teaspoon! 


gar Gives 


No one would ever guess 
you paid so little 


ke ghia 


For the first time-e halter that 
won't slip or gap! The 
new and 


ie Cagis 
Alytly BECK fh vm tha 


1315 F St N.W 3215 14th St. NW. 


qgeeceooooee” 


} 
: 
4 
‘és 


inest... 
apy ey 4 

sucde, 
BULK OF FASHION— 


WOOL KNIT ON WOOL TWHED 


A bulky knit cowl collar stp aterrific col- 
umn of black and white tweed, leather 
belted. Ma a poe ere 
a new season, Sizes: 10 to'16,, 


-going 
i 
AAA, AA, B aga C. 
Open Thursday Evening 
1208 F St. MAW. © 8622 Colesville Rd. Silver Spring | 
‘ Dr:scsaiencoeunencim bce Charges on C.0.D.0_ 


w se 
» 
a ‘ 


2 


. = > 
na 4 igh 
% ~ me td > 


EXHIBIT OF INGENUITY — Mary Ha 


worth, left, Washington Post and Times 
Herald columnist, admires the ingenuity 
of the Volunteer Services of the Red Cross, 
as Mrs. Francis E. Hildebrand, chairman 
of the D. C. Red Cross Chapter Volunteer 
Services, shows her a bed table and back- 
rest improvised from corrugated paper 


-_ 


all sarvices. 


By Bob Burchette. Staff! Photographer 


boxes for home nursing. The patient is a 
life-sized dummy. This was one of many 
exhibits on display yesterday at the D. C. 
Chapter House of the American Red Cross 
for its annual open house-activities pro- 
gram, designed to recruit volunteers for 


- 


~ Wedding Announcements 


RUTH MORRISON 
—TYLER HARTSING JR, 
Capt. James A. Morrison, 
USN, and Mrs. Morrison of 
Bethesda, Md., announce the 
marriage of their daughter, 
Ruth Amn, to Tyler Frank 
Hartsing Jr., son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Tyler Frank Hartsing 
of College Park, Md., on 
September 8 at the Navy 


. Chapel. The bride attended 


M Washington College, 
Frodorichsbute, Va. The 
bride is a graduate of 
the University of Maryland. 


CAROLYN RUTH MILLER 

—J. MARVIN WOODBURY 
Mr. and Mrs. D. Leroy Mil- 
ler of Washington, announce 
the marriage of their daugh- 
ter, Carolyn Ruth, to J. Mar- 
vin Woodbury of Miami, Fia., 
in the Grace — Lutheran 


Church, Miami Springs, Fla., 
on Sept. 12. 


CARYLON HOLLEY 
—LARRY DEAN TOOKER 
Mrs. Robert L. Parliment 
announces the marriage of 
her daughter, Carylon Hol- 
ley, to Larry Dean Tooker, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Tooker of Canton, Ohio, on 
Sept. 8 at Fort George G. 
Meade, Md. 


~ i 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
meee Thursday, September 13, 1956 ies 


Cleana WALLS 
in 1 wipet No rinsing 


p | 


LIQUID HOUSE CLEANER 


-"\ibies, 


The Party Clock 


The Gold Braid Set on March 


By Frances Rowan 


GETTING in the social 
swim yesterday were mem- 
bers of the serice set at two 
receptions — one Chevy 
Chase, the other in George- 
town. 

Britain's top Navy man 
here, Vice Admiral Goeffrey 
Barnard, entertained for his 
successor at a reception at 
his home on Primrose St. 
Guests of honer who met 
Commonwealth, American 
and British officers and their 
wives at the party were Vice 
Admiral and Mrs. Robert 
Elkins. The host, whose wife 
left for England in June, 
sails home on the 19th. 


A TRIO saying farewell 
yesterday were Gen. Jean E. 
Valluy, French Representa- 
tive to the Standing Group, 
NATO, and his deputy, Maj. 


Gen. Paul Stehlin and Mme. 
Stehlin. 

Personal friends, members 
of the Standing Group, and 
the Diplomatic Corps came 
by the Stehlins’ Georgetown 
garden to make their fare- 
well. 

Gen. Valluy is leaving for 
France where he'll be Com- 
mander in Chief, Allied 
Forces Central Europe. Gen. 
Stehlin will go to Germany 
to take over the French 
Tactical Air Force. 


Dinners at Eight: 

THE FOREIGN Affairs In- 
formation Officer of the State 
Department, and Mrs. Achil- 
les N. Sakell entertained at 
a buffet supper yesterday at 
their home in Alexandria. 

Among their guests were 
Assistant Secretary of State 


and Mrs. Francis O. Wilcox | 


Last Minute Pack-Up Job 
For General. Mrs. Norstad 


By Muriel Bowen 


GEX. LAURTS Norstad, 
shortly to take over as Su- 
rreme Allied Commander 


in Europé, and Mrs. Norstad | 


return to#Paris today after 
a brief Washington visit. 

Last night USAF. Chief of 
Staff and Mrs. Nathan F. 
Twining gavé a farewell din- 
ner in their honor at Ft, 
Myer. 

Earlier in the afternoon 
the General found himself 
busy answering “bon voyage” 
calls at the Ft. Myer apart- 
ment the family has occu- 
pied since coming to Wash- 
ington Sept. 2. 

“She's up to her eyes pack- 
ing,” he breezily told friends 
who called up Mrs. Norstad. 
“But hang on,” he added, 
“and I'll get her to come and 
have a word with you.” 


WHILE THE General 
swered the telephone Mrs. 
Norstad and daughter Khris- 


tin were busy packing—four | 
locker trunks, and one ward- 


robe trunk. 


Incidentally, much of the | 
luggage belongs to 18-year- | 
old Khristin who is off to | 


Connecticut College for 
Women. 

“She's refused to 
things made up by my little 
Paris dressmaker,” Mrs. Nor- 
stad has been telling friends, 


she calls 
clothes.’” 


ON DECEMBER 1 the Nor- | 


stads move into the villa 
near Versailles that was Pres- 
ident Eisenhower's when he 
was SHAPE commander. « 


The General and Mrs. Nor- | 
stad will appreciate one Ei- 


—— oe 


an- 


International 


Cookbook 


AN INTERNATIONAL 
cookbook with 170 recipes 
from 76 United Nations mem- 


ber nations has been pub- | 
lished by the United States | 
Committee for the United | 
Nations. The cookbook is en- | 
“Favorite Recipes | 


titled, 
From the United Nations.” 
All recipes were edited and 


kitchen-tested by the Ameri- | 
can Home Economics Asso | 


ciation. 


| Engaged 


EILEEN MICHEL SCULLY 
—DUANE LEE McBRIDE 


and Deputy Assistant Secre- 
tary of State and Mrs. Rod- 
erick L. O'Connor. 


Other State Department | 


couples present at the dinner 
included Mr. and Mrs. John 
C. French, Mr. and Mrs. 
Lincoln White, Mr. and Mrs. 
— Meagher, Mr. and Mrs. 

onovan Zook, Dr. and Mrs. 
Edwin Kretzmann, Mr. and 
Mrs. Perry Culley, Mr. and 
Mrs. Rupert Prohme, Mr. and 
Mrs. Theodore Frye, Mr. and 
Mrs. Robert Read and Mr. 


and Mrs. Monteagle Stearns. | 


Still more guests were Dr. 
and Mrs. Peter Commandur- 
as, Mr. and Mrs. Blake Clark 
and Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers 
Roberts. 


(It’s easy!) 


-can 
senhower touch that remains | 


—a putting green. 
Both of them are golfers. 


——_ —-_—— — — = 


estra 


| for 
16 @=. can 


ce » ‘ 


phate ees ee ~ 


SECRETARIES 


‘, SPECIALIZE 


Prepare to earn more money; hold an important posi- 
tion; enjoy the luxuries of life. 


TRAINING BEGINS SEPTEMBER 17 or 24 


Strayer’s leadership for 52 years merits your confidence. Graduates 
are preferred by employers. They make excellent marks in com- 


petitive exams. 


Seretarial Programs: Private, Executive, Legal, and Medical 


Request a catalog or call at the office . 


STRAYER 
CVE 


| 13m & F Sts. N.W. WA. 8-1748 


have | 
po. HARRIS & CO. JEWEL 


“She insisted on having what | 
‘good American | 


see this 


SECRETARIA 
TRAINING 


a 


Presenting the praesf cdl coerce Sor r00 

Come in to our ilver department 
along with the ever 

ose and Lasting Spring Patterns. 


Arak RI cll 


FP Street Bethesda Shirlington Silver Spring Conn. Ave. 


Dagger 
slim 
lines 


... to slip into the new 
sheath dress shapes. 


Sheath slip is out- 
lined with nylon 
tulle and white 
satin lily applique 
on bodice and hem. 
White and black. 
Sizes 32 to 40. 


*5.95 


Sheath petticoat with 
a band of scalloped 


) 


* «% roseypatterned lace 


Winter 
Roses 


growing in a ground 
of Nylon Tricot 


$10.99 


Now you can lounge 
like a princess 
without paying 

her price... in 

® cozy double 
quilted tricot 
printed with 
sweet roses and 
lavished with the 
luxury of lace. 
Pink roses on 
pink or white. 
Blue on blue. 
Sizes 10 tol8. 
Jelleff's Negligees— 
Fourth Floor, F Street 


and all Jelleff 
Branch Stores 


and. sheer nylon 
tulle at side-slit 
hemline. White and 
black. Short and 
average 
lengths in small, 
medium and large! 


3.95 


Jelleff’s—Lingerie— 
2nd Floor, F Stréet 
and all Jelleff 
Branch Stores 


» 
a 


4 _ 


| o 


J “Miss Mrs.” spells perfection of 
fit, fashion, and workmanship! 


The Black Crepe Dress 
- For Women 


a4 Arriving with a new softness, a new 
ff smartness—the black crepe “‘little- 


evening” dress with necklines shaped 
and softened to a new flattery. 


Black rayon crepe with satin touches. 
Sizes 18 to 40. $69.99 


Black rayon crepe with graceful open 
scroll work and a light touch of glitter. 
Also in American Beauty. 
' Sizes 18 to 40. $59.99 


Jelleff’s Romney Room—Second Floor 
F Street—Connecticut Avenue—Silver Spring 


or eh er et WP 8 * Ree hire 


; 
a! 
. 
4 


Srouk 


Feather Flattery 


Fashion in feather form—smart new 
way to wear a bright colour with the 
muffled tones of autumn’s 


dresses and suits. 


Feather dome in pink, white, black, 
Monaco, Dior blue, flamingo, beige. 


55.95 


Half-hat in black, navy, white, pink, « 
beige, red, ice blue. 


*3.95 


Feather toque in black, coffee, royal, red, 
ice blue, pink, turquoise. 


Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Scully | 
of Takoma Park, Md., an- | 
nounce the engagement of | 

- their daughter, Eileen Michel, 
to Lt. Duane Lee McBride, 
USAF, son of Lt. Col and 
Mrs. Lauren E. McBride of 
McLean, Va. 


» 


Hanis & Co, 
JEWELERS AND. SILVERSMITHS SINCE 1874 
110 & P'S New | entra Wiccan ve 


eae Ss 


S 


i 


% 


THE WASHINGTON POST] 
and TIMES HERALD 
Thursday, September 13, 1956 


— — 
5 4 


| Weddings | 


MARY FOUST ’ 
—CHALMER CAUDILL JR. 


Mr. and Mrs. William A. 
Foust of Bethesda, Md. an- 

nounce the marriage of their | *. ARLINGTON 
daudhter, Mary Jane, to 
Chalmer Bert Caudill Jr., son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer B. 
Caudill of Ft.. Lauderdale, 
Fila. on September 6 at 
Christ Church, Prince 
George's Parish, Rockville, 
Md. The bride is a graduate 
of the University of Florida. 


p BRE + Are You Petite? 
graduate of the University of ein Sais ’ 7. : ' 


Florida and attends its grad- 
uate school. The couple will 
reside at Gainesville, Fla. 


ELEANOR CROMBIE : > PY BH. If you're 54” or less 
—PHILIP WARNER i. are HS Bt g 
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas B. ; 

you'll leok better in 
a “Cuddle, Coat” 


— 


Brown of Arlington announce 
the marriage of their daugh- 
ter, Eleanor Brown Crombie, 
to Philip C. Warner, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Warner 
of Arlington on Sept. 7 at 
Trinity Presbyterian Church. 
The couple will reside in 
rlington 


RUTH PARKER 

—GIDEON CASHMAN 
Announcement is made of 
the marriage of Ruth Parker, 
daughter of Albert Parker, 
to ist Lt. Gideon Cashman, 
son of Abba M. Cashman of 
New York on September 8 at 
Scarborough, N.Y. The bride, 
daughter of the late Rose- 
mary Harden Parker, at- 
tends Finch Junior College, | 
N. ¥. She made her debut 
in 1953. The bridegroom, son 
of the late Mrs. Cashman of 
New York is a graduate of 
New York University and 
Columbia Law School. He is 
presently S&tationed at Ft. 
Dix, N 


MARIE DROLET 
—THOMAS BRISTOL 

Mrs. George Drolet of Tusca- 
loosa, Ala., announces the 
marriage of her daughter, 
Marie Elaine, to Lt. Ceol. 
Thomas Farrar Bristol, son 
of Mrs. Thomas Joy Bristol 
of Machias. N. Y.. and the 
late Lieutenant Bristol, USN, 
on Sept. 8 at the Fort Myer 
Chapel. Fort Myer, Va. The 
bride was graduated from 
the University of Alabama Convenient Way to Pay 
and the University of Wis- for Your Coats: 

consin. Colonel Bristol is a Font. - om 

graduate of the University - i. * "ty a ) sa Pay YG YG \ 
Alabama and the Comman WS "aps BE 

and General Staff School at at _* October November December 
Fort Leavenworth, Kan. : 


- 


Sadan 


. 


| 


The petite looks better in Cuddle Coats because 
they're proportioned all over with her height in 
mind. You not only save costly alterations, but 
you get fit that covers the fine points. We pic- 
ture three ‘56 editions with news in silhouette, 
trim and fabric. We have many other Cuddle 
Coats. 


_ a Fu 
Reba h me tt le AS (5 
/ ; . - »~*s PSTTIAEVEN 
Bb eertd Bia- awe 


. 


"et 


al | 


A. The New Tweeds—al! woo! and imported. 
Knit trim, 2-button fastening. Black or 
brown; sizes 8-16. 

59.98 


B. Five-button Fastening—to give new barrel 
silhouette. Nubby wool, interlined to walst, 
milium lined throughout. Black or taupe; 


10-18. | 
59.98 


C. New Knit Trim—on shaw! collar coat of 
plushy Warren of Stafford wool. Milium 
lined. Blue or charcoal; 8-16. 

69.98 


Kann's—Coats—Second Floor, Both Stores 


a 


q 


os 


ui) ener 
Z ——-— > sh ant t+ - 


\ "5 


> 
> 
i 


i ee 
x 


i 


. Sy : ‘ 


? 
~ 
> a 5 ise Roe 
& 4 


> Wa A 


hdr 
ey F- 


int 


OREN TT LTH I 


ae 


bill 
areal ey 


{ 


thi 
aint 


> 
¢ 


iE] \ 
4 Fey 
fil 


} 


Back From Trip 
Col. and Mrs. Julius Gold- 
stein and their daughters, 
Sue and Joan, have returned 
» after a two-month automobile 
tour of Furope. Included in 
their itinerary were England, 
France, Monaco, Italy, Aus- | 
3 tria, Germany, Switzerland 
a and Luxembourg 


o> 


od Four hats show how many ways there are to ap- 
proach Fall’s modified bulk—and very young look- 
ing ways. From a collection that includes high 
crowns, profiles, shells, brims in headsizes 2244 


and 23. Fall colors. 
3.99 


Kann’s—Millinery—2nd Floor, Both Stores 


Nataralizer’s newest tapered toe 
eonres to our new shoe department 


An elegant pump, so designed that the foot finds 

span across vamp and toe, yet has a slender look 

that results from tapered toe. | 
12.95 


Naturslizers—"'The shoe with the beautiful 
High Heel—black suede. 


Midway Heel—black suede, black or mocha-brown 
fj calf, ) 
we / 4 4 Kann's—New Shoe Department—4th Floor, Washington; 
i ae | f Street Floor, Arlington 


ARLINGTON ; 


z 


~<Penna, Ave. at 8th St. N.W., Washington | 24Hour Phone Order Serviee—DI. 7-7200 ae | N. Fairfax Drive at N. Kirkwood, Arlington — 


| Both Stores Open Tonight: Washington Hours: 12:00-9:00; Arlington, 12:30-9:30 
| ae Bo. AS 


: yy iN : 
ie eS es cee Be Fh al 
Hira 2 eR R OT Sie SS. Aa. ok 
stake Oe a, tie, te 1 ge” et Soa Th id g® 
; : 
d 


> oe 
» Sa hee Pi ae 
Be lw , ‘ eS ad ts 
ae ee '" 


For Club or Family Feasting 


Casserole Is 


By Elinor Lee 


IF you are planning to en- 
tertain your club group any- 
time soon, maybe you can 
take a few tips from Caro- 

| line Holste, 


HEIBs to her 

home for a 

buffet supper 

Mrs. Lee for their first 
meeting of the season Tues- 
day Since Caroline is a 
working “gal” (she is super- 
visor of the pantry houses 
for Hot Shoppes), she doesn't 


have much time to spendin” 


her kitchen at home. So she 
decided on a pot luck supper 
for the benefit of the group's 
scholarship fund, and ap- 
pointed a food committee to 
bring the food 

Carol Best, director 
home economics of the Na- 
tional Association of Frozen 
Food Packers, created a cas 
erole recipe for family use, 
then developed it further to 
make enough to serve the 
HEIBs group of 40. Mrs. Best 
combined frozen vegetables 
with meat in a substantial 
main dish casserole that 
needed only to be baked. 
Here is her large-quantity 
recipe for 20 servings. (She 
made twice the recipe and 
baked it in two large pans 
for the group of 40.) 


FROZEN LIMAS & GROUND 
BEEF CASSEROLE 

4 family-size packages or |! 

(2% 1b.) package frozen 

lima beans 

cup «butter or margarind 

or meat drippings 

cup chopped onion 

cup chopped green pepper 

pounds ground beef 

teaspoons salt 

teaspoon pepper 

teaspoon powdered thyme 

(10%-0z.) cans condensed 

tomato sup 

Grated Parmesan cheese 

Let frozen limas stand at 
room temperature while pre- 
paring remaining ingredi- 
ents. Melt fat and cook 
onion and green pepper in 
fat until just tender. Stir in 
ground beef and cook until 
browned Add seasonings 
and soup Stir in frozen 
limas and bring mixture to 
a boil Turn into a greased 
cake pan (14 by 9 by 2 
inches). Cover with alumi- 
num foil and press foil firmly 
down over rim of pan. Bake 


of 


King at 


GOURMET CASSEROLE—Easy to fix, attractive to serve, 
and good to eat, this casserole is designed for the working 


girl who likes to entertain. 


the recipe 


It's inexpénsive too. 
Mix % cup sour cream, 1 lb. (2 cups) cottage 


Here's 


cheese, % cup sliced onions and 2 tablespoons diced green 
pepper. Cook % pound broad noodles until tender. Spread 


in hot oven, 400 degrees. 40 
minutes. Pass Parmesan 
cheese in small bowls to be 
spooned over each serving. 
Yield: 20 servings, 1 cup each 
serving. To serve 40, make 2 
pans of the casserole dish. 

To make the Frozen Limas 
and Ground. Beef Casserole 
in family-size (6 servings), 


use: 1 package frozen limas, 
2 tablespoons fat, %% cup 
chopped onion, % cup chop- 
ped green pepper, 1 pound 
ground beef, 1 teasoon salt, 
% teaspoon pepper, %« tea- 
spoon powdered thyme and 
1 (10%-0z.) can condensed 
tomato soup. Mix and bake 
according to above direc- 


/ utiles 


© a 
J a + 
Ss oat - hae 
WTS 


sc 


™ te «Se ON Sie Ke 
” My, wv, De. 3 NM "ox bee 


Buffet Supper 


half the noodles over bottom of a buttered 3-quart cas- 
serole or baking dish. Blend 2 cups diced luncheon meat 
with % teaspoon salt, 1.8 teaspoon pepper, % teaspoon 
sugar and 2 cups tomato sauce. Pour over noodles. Bake 
in mpderate oven, 350 degrees, for 45 minutes. Makes 6 


servings. 


tions, except the family,size 
casserole needs to be baked 
only 30 minutes at 400 de- 
grees. 
WITH the main dish cas- 
serole at Tuesday's HEIB 


pot-luck supper, they served 
tossed green salad, rolls and 
butter, relishes, coffee and 
angel cake with lemon cream 
filling. All were furnished 
by other members of the 
HEIB food committee. 


Market 


Tuna supplies are plentiful 
and prices are now at the 


. lowest level in the past few 


years. (Sept. 13-22 is National 
Canned Tuna Week.) Smart 
shoppers are taking advan- 
tage of lower prices on 
canned tuna by using it in 
sandwiches, salads and main 
dishes for fall menus. 

This week's best buys in 
fresh fish include flounder, 
Chesapeake Bay trout, and 
North Atlantic steak fish. 

Smoked hams are plenti- 
ful, also frying chickens. 
Three-legged fryers are a 
popular choice with many 
shoppers. Rib roast of beef, 
corned beef, top round, swiss 
steak and veal are among the 
featured buys in meats in lo- 
cal supermarkets. Turkeys 


Memo 
e 


are in good supply and prices 
are reasonable. 

Fresh vegetables and fruits 
are abundant. Among the 
best buys are green beans, 


corn on the cob, cauliflower, 
Maryland golden sweet pota- 
toes, pascal celery, home- 
grown tomatoes, iceberg let- 
tuce, cucumbers, peppers, 


honeydew melons, Tokay | 
grapes, Delicious apples and | 


Bartlett pears. 


Cookies for School 


AT THE top of the list for | 


popular cookies to pack in 


school lunches is chocolate | 


raisin drop cookies. To make 
packing easy arrange cookies 
in pairs, with bottoms 
gether, and slide them into 
a waxed-paper sandwich bag. 


to- 


' 
' 


JHE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
x Thursday, September 13, 1956 


PEPPER POT CHICKEN PIE—Good for 
company or family, the chicken pot pie, 
lightly sprinkled with pepper 
To make: Melt 
% cup butter or margarine or chicken fat 
in a saucepan. Blend in % cup flour; stir 
in 2% cups chicken stock and cook until 
medium thick, stirring constantly. Add % 
cup diced celery, % cup cooked peas, % 


favorite in modern dress. 


EASY DESSERT—Gouda 
cheese, with its crimson coat, 
and red, juicy apples with 
crisp crackers is a dessert 
that fits the fall mood. 


cup cooked, diced carrots, 2% cups cooked, 
diced chicken and seasoning (*%4 teaspoon 
ground black pepper, % .teaspoon celery 
salt, 1/8 teaspoon onion powder). Turn 
into 2-quart casserole. Top with baking 
powder biscuits sprinkled lightly with black 
pepper. Bake 45 minutes or until done in 
425 degree oven. Serve at once. Makes 
6 to 8 servings. . 


is an old 


LINCOLN furniture 


SLLEP CENTER 


807 PENN, AVE. N.W. NA, 8-5529 
Headquarters for Nationally Famous 
_ Sleep Products 
SIMMONS @ SERTA e ENGLANDER 
SEALY @ KARPEN e PULLMAN 
HAMPTON SLEEPER 
TURN-A-BED e CHESAPEAKE 


featarin 
HIDE-A-BEDS, STUDIO COUCHES, HOLLYWOOD BEDS, 
SOFA BEDS, MATTRESSES, ROLL-AWAY BEDS, 
, SLEEP CHAIRS, KING-SIZE BEDS, ETC. 


AIR 
CON 


Te tena toll Stes 
DITIONED 


Accounts 


RALEIGH HABERDASHER, WASHINGTON AND CHEVY GHASE = 
Thursday 

Hours: 

Downtown 

12 te 9 P.M. 


Chevy Chase 
9:30 te 9 P.M. 


GARDEN SALAD—To serve 

5 or 50, a combination vege- | 
table salad is a wise choice | 
because it is easy to prepare 
and inexpensive. Here is the 
recipe for the vegetable gar- 
den salad pictured: Combine 
1 cup l-inch pieces of head 
lettuce, 1 cup l-inch pieces 
chicory, 1 cup shredded white 
or red cabbage, 1 cup shred- 
ded carrots, % cup cooked 
peas, % cup cooked string 
beans, 2 tablespoons finely 
chopped green onons, 1 large 
tomato ( peeled and cut in 
wedges), and % teaspoon salt. | 

Add % cup salad dressing 

(we used 1 package Old Fash- 

ion Garlic Salad Dressing 

Mix, vinegar, water and oil) 

and toss lightly. Garnish with 

2 hard cooked eggs, sliced. | 

Makes 5% cups of salad or | 

about 6 to 8 servings. 

“ ) < 


WZ 


Having HIM tor 
DINNER 7? 


_ - 


RETA: : 


= 


> 


Olga’s 


beguiling 
“French Secret” 


Exerting its knowing | 
wileg to put your 

best figure forward 
from now on. 
Comfortable and 
light enough to 
delight the girl 

who's off to college... 
yet providing good 
firm control, With 
dip-front, and satin 
panels, Panty, 12.50; 
girdle, 10.95; bra, $5 
third floor, 
downtown; street 
floor, Chevy Chase 


sleepy-time pals 
Pretty and practical 
as they are soft 
and comfortable .., 
In easy-to-care for, 
opaque nylon tricot. 
Pink or blue and 


Cooking Cue 

ASSORTED salad greens 
mixed with strips of cold 
meat, cheese and avocado 
make a delicious salad. Com- 
bine with wine, vinegar, 
French dressing mixed with 
a little figely minced capers. 


Big Food Ads 
Boost Your 
Buying Power 
Get lots of new and re- 
freshing menu. ideas as 
well as many money-sav- | 
J ing buys on table needs | 
plus special offers from 
grocery manufacturers in 
the big parade of food ads 
in tomorrow's Washington 
Post and Times Herald. 


ES 


imperious bosses (most guests) love 
New, Delicious BIRDS EYE FISH BITES 
with their aperitif. 


————— ——— 


Quick! Whisk Birds Eye Fish Bites 
into the oven, heat, toothpick "em 
» +. and serve, 20 crispy golden bites 
in a pack. 


5 —_~ ee ee 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Thursday, September 13, 1956 a 


—_— 


Anne’s Tyading Post 


Autumn Round-Up Calls for Pot Luck 


AUTUMN is the time to 
round up the old gang. 
Chances are vacations inter- 
rupted the regular get to 
gethers of your office crowd, 
parents’ group or church 
club. 

Members of the Argyle 
Junior Woman's Club in 
Alexandria hadn't seen one 
another “for ages.” Recently, 
they organized a pot luck 
supper and with their hus- 


buttered baking dish. Grate WEIGHT CONTROL 


sharp cheese on top, Bake 30 
minutes at 350. 
Mrs. E. L. Godfrey 


MEATBALL CASSEROLE 
This recipe has a decided 
Greek flavor. It has been 
handed down 
Latsios family and was con- 
tributed by Mrs. WN, C, 
Latsios 


I'M INTERESTED in join- 
ing a weight control group 
or starting one myself in the 
area of Fairfax; Va. How can 
I get in touch with such a 
group, if it is already organ- 
ized? If there is no group, 


through the | 


are there other women with 
weight problems who would 
be interested in joining one? 
| would offer my hime as a 
meeting place. 


Mrs. J. E. K. 
Fairfax 


Shop Téday, Washington Store, 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m, . + «Chevy Chase and Alexandria, 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. 


ei 


Eo 


” 
No. a 
ou Seven M Conon. Store 


bands had a grand time 
catching up on summer news. 
li was an easy party, since 
everyone brought one dish, 
such as a salad or casserole. 

Perhaps you'd like to or- 
anize such a party or give a 
uffet supper on your own. 
If you haven't glanced at a 
coukbook for months, find 
inspiration in the original 
recipes selected for us by 
Mrs. Harvey Barker, club 
president. 


LIME AND 
CUCUMBER SALAD 
package lime gelatin 
cup hot water 
cup lemon juice 
teaspoon onion juice 
cup mayonnaise 
cup chopped, unpeeled cu- 
cumber 

Dissolve gelatin in water; 
add lemon and onion juice 
Chill until partially set; fold in 
mayonnaise and cucumber. 
Mold and chill. 

Mrs. William D. Hardtke 


EGGPLANT CREOLE 


eggplant, parboiled and 

chopped 

No. 2 can tomatoes 

medium onion, chopped 

large green pepper, 

chopped 

tablespoon butter 

tablespoons flour 

sharp cheese 

Combine first four ingredi- 
ents in saucepan; bring to a 
boil. Simmer five minutes; 
vdd butter and flour. Put in 


one stroke 


wipes out perspiration odor instantly 


MEATBALLS 
1 pound ground beef 
1 egg 
4 slices bread 
1 tablespoon 


leaves 
salt 


Where courtesy and quality eré traditional 
dried 


pepper % 
garlic salt e 
oregano é 
milk ‘ = 


Soak bread in milk; squeeze £ ee . : 
out milk. Combine bread, | vad, we ce 
ents. Make into small balls; 7 - 

new swivel stick deodorant. 


meat, egg and other ingredi- re 
roll lightly in flour. Lightly 
brown in frying pan. Place 


in baking dish. Bake at 325 
for 15 to 20 minutes. 


SAUCE 

3 cans tomato sauce 

2 sauce cans water 
% stick butter 

l cup Parmesan cheese 

Cook slowly until sauce 
thickens. Add sauce to meat- 
balls. Serve in ehafing dish. 


SLIP COVERS 


I AM a relative novice at 
sewing, having made simp!e 
clothes and repairs. I'd like 
to attempt an inexpensive 
slipcover for a bedroom chair 
as a starter. Later, I plan to | 
slipcover two living room 
chairs. Have Trading Post | 
readers any suggestions?” | 

Mrs. S. D. F. 


Helene Scott designs 
to keep you 
loveliest while you wait 


THE “SWEET LOOK” 


Instant protection! Only the ODO-RO-NO 
triple combination formula gives: 

NEW glide-on action that dries as you ap- 
ply; sponges-up moisture before it starts 
NEW instant Ingredient that wipes out odor 
on contact 


NEW skin softener to smooth sensitive un- 
derarms! 


10% 
instant 


ODO-RO-NO 


swivel stick deodorant only 69¢ ww. u: 
or cream dr spray, if you prefer 


PEOPLES 
DRUG STORES 


Tastefully delicious, “the sweet 
look” in charcoal gray, blue, or 
charcoal brown enticingly iced wish. 
white Angora. A dress you'll live 
in from now through fall. Match 
the smart slim let-out skirt with 
your many tops. Wonderful blend 
of rayon-acetate-Orion. Definitely 
a “must” for best-dressed moth- 
er-to-be. Sizes ‘10 to 18. 


Tea to Be Given 

New directors and officers 
of the Woman's Club of Bée- | 
thesda will be welcomed at On Sale 
the club’s annual tea party At All 
Thursday, Sept. 27, at the 


clubhouse, 5500 Sonoma rd., | 
Bethesda. Mrs. William 
Pfleger Jr., the membership 
chairman, is making the ar- 
rangements. ae 


Slick Trick 


W&L—Maternity, 3rd Floor 
~ +» also Chevy Chase and Alexandria 


USE THE garden hose 
to help design a curved 
driveway, walk, or lily 
pool. Outline the area 
with the hose and expert- 
ment by moving it about 
until the shape is exactly 
right. 


—_—— —— 


Now get this 


| 
' 


: 
: 


in every giant box 


’ 


' 


NY 


“—* a 
t,t 
— 


a billow of nylon 
midst lace and pleats 


VANITY FAIR 
SLIPS 


relaxation at your fingertips 
Gros Point finished needlepoint 


BUCILLA 
DECORATOR: DESIGNS 


9.0 to 898 


Unmistakably Vanity Fair... 
distinctly beautiful, universally 
appealing. Each in Vanity Fair 
nylon tricot. Sizes 32 to 40. 


Featured: Bodice of magnifi- 
cent Chantilly-type lace, lined 
both back and front. Deeply 
pleated sheer tricot edged with 
scalloped lace in white or blue. 

| 12.9 
Lower left: moulded bodice of 
Alencon-type lace edged in 
folded sheer. Beautiful lace 
hem accents slim, slim skirt. 
White and pink. 7%. 


++ also Chevy and Alexendira 


new wonder lotion smooths 
and soothes rough dry skin 


PROFILE HAND AND 
FOOT PROTECTION 


9.00 


This quick-acting lotion gets out 
ground-in dirt, magically smooths 
tough, horny skin on feet, elbows, 
helps remove painful calluses. Just 
massage it on with your finger-tips, 
see results right away. Wonderful; 
too, for nails, cuticles, elbows, knees 


Please add 10% Federal tax. 


Lovely needlepoint designs finished 
in Gros Point on wonder-weave anti- 
que canvas. A pleasure to do and a 
treasure to own. Choose sextet 
pieces, chair seats, stool and bench — 
pieces. 17x17" to 23x46". 


PICTURE. KITS 


Needlepoint picture kits. Floral de- 
signs, the Four Seasons, Terriers and 
Kittens. Complete with gold-finished 
frame and yarn. 3.98 to 4.98 


W&L—Needlework, Sth Floor 
«~» also Chevy Chase 


W&1L—Cosmetics, | st Floor 
»»+ alee Chevy Chase and Alexandria 


reese 
z 
eif 


aa ~ enemas EXTRA SHOPPING HOURS AT WOODWARD & LOTHROP eeceemeenseeeenerenenneenenenen nae acai 
HEVY CHASE: Waconie ond Westere Aves, Over 4.7600 WASHINGTON: 100, 11m, # ond G 5m. 0: Oterter 75900 ALEXANDRIA: 615 North Washington 5 : 
Mondays, Thursdeys, Fridays, 9:30 10 9:30; other week dey 7306 A ichoahicn oceans an teet Mende, Tharters, der, 9:0 00 9: ater woe ders 990 886 


¢ 
we 
Noe, 
’ . Poth j 
m ‘ 
1 . : 
” * + bi . « / yi S oly 
a F ee > a ‘ 
- e ” » “ * ; 4 4 
Ae 2 “ wy, f: ‘ 9 he eS a Pe 
» 4 at rt +N a a ie a, é: ook a y 
4 Hie ahi oe pee 3 ¥ id ye - 
an, &, ay pont te ; od ee (hy a "es * 
8 y igi’ y * a 


F 


Wee a 
, ¢ + 
*) 
A v > 
- whee 
‘ * 


4 


Sleep Ritual | 
Bed Time 
Stories 


Are Help 


By Marcia Winn 


IT IS doubtful if there is 
a child in the world who 
wants to be put to bed in a 
hurry. Bed time is for stay- 
hig awake just 5 minutes 
longer. And another 5 min- 
utes ... and another. 

Studies have shown that 
the average child takes 20 
minutes to go to sleep, and 
the average parent would be 
10 times better-.off the rest 
of the evening if she spent 
that 20 minutes Fight at 
Willy's bedside in what is 
known as the “sleep ritual.” 
If the parent does, and makes 
it a habit, Willys usually will 
droo off to sleep blissful and 
contented. If he does not— 
if the parent dumps, kisses 
and runs—Willy’s so-called 
27 minutes may stretcn into 
two hours. In this two 
he may roam, cry, beg 
or demand anything from 
“iust one more drink of milk” 
to being right on your lap or 
the company Ss. 


SLEEP RITUALS vary. 
They usually start with a fa- 
miliar story or song. A very 
small child likes the same 
story over and over; we once 
knew. a little boy who would 
not go to sleep without “Little 
Black Sambo” and a little 
girl whose night was lost 
without Joel Chandler Har- 
ris’ “Tar Baby.” Children a 
little older like a new story 
read to them every night. 
Often stories of the wonder- 
ful, exciting days in the 
“olden times” when those 
ancients, [furpmy and. Daddy, 
were small are exciting, 

What follows the story, 
however. is what matters. In 
one family we know the chil- 
dren call the final perform- 
ance “It.” If parents or 
grandparents start-to leave 
without playing “It.” a full 
dress rebellion sets in. “It,” 
chanted—if not sung, it 
doesnt count—goes some- 
thing like this 

“Good night.” 
the antiphonal 
small ones. “Sweet dreams.” 
“Sweet, sweet dreams.” “I 
kiss your hands a thousand 


nou;°rs 
™ 


‘7. snrica 


Back comes 
from the 


Child Behavior 


Learn Whys 
Of School 


Difficulties | 


By the Gesell Institute 


“I WAS much interested in 
the case of the little girl who 
didn't want to recite in front 
of the class. I'm no psychia- 
trist—just the mother of a 
large family, and I have had 
a lot to do with children. 

“Children are so different 
that it does take a great deal 
of understanding to teach 
them to develop and mature. 
Some of them would be saved 
many heartaches and per- 
haps be more successful in 
life if they were better under- 
stood. 

“For instance, if you have 
a talerited daughter or son 
or a very attractive one, they 
come in for their share of 
hurts, too. Little jealousies 
arise, perhaps among their 
closest friends. If a child has 
been asked to appear in pub- 
lic to display some special 
talent, maybe his or her clos- 
est friend will say to him, 
‘Oh, that’s sissy—you would 
not catch me going up there 
to be laughed at.’ Now, these 
words coming from a com- 
panion can undermine tke 
confidence of the talented 
child. And it has been done 
marty times. So, a mother has 
a delicate task on her hands 
of preparing the child for 
these shafts and to build up 
self-confidence. 

“T should like to cite an 
instance of not wanting to go 
to school. A young girl came 
home one day, threw her 
books on the table and said 
to her mother, ‘I'm not go- 
ing back to school.” Her 
mother looked up quickly in 
surprise and answered, ‘Oh 
yes, dear, YOU ARE.’ So next 
morning she was packed off 
to school again, but returned 
by mid-morning. This time 
she was crying as she said, 
‘Mom, I don’t want to go back 
to school.’ Now, it was near 
the end of the term, and she 
was in one of the higher 
grades. There had been no 
trouble before, so her Mom 
asked, ‘What's the matter, 
dear? There must be some 
reason for this decision and 
I must know, if I am to help 
you.’ 


“WELL, the girl spilled it 
all out to her mother. Faced 
with the final exams she was 
afraid of failure and the 
teacher had said she wouldn't 
stand for any failures... 


that all the class myst pass. 
Her mother might have in- | 
she take the 


sisted that 
exams, and the girl might 
have passed under stress. In- 
stead, her parents chose to 
talk it over with the teacher, 
and it was agreed that she 
would not take the exams 
but would double. up her 
class the foHowing term. She 
also needed glasses in a bad 
way and. no one seemed to 


have noticed. This young girl 
finished her high school and 


Constance Bannister Photo. 
No child wants to go 
to bed in a hurry. Bed 


time is .for staying 


awake just five min- 
utes longer. 


times.” “I 
much,” etc. 

It takes about five min- 
utes. 


IN ANOTHER family the 
ritual begins only after the 
parents have Jeft the room 
Tons of kisses have of course 
been bestowed and received. 
As the parents start down the 
hall, a small voice chimes 
out, “good n-i4-i-ght. I love 
you.” Parents call back, “I 
love you.” <A smaller voice 
calls, “good n-i-i-i-ght. I love 
you too.”- Each parent: “I 
love you too.” First child: 
“I love you both very very 
much.” Parents: “We... 
ditto.” Second child: Ditto. 
Parents: Ditto. And on and 
on in diminishing crescendo, 
as parents and brood get far- 


love you very 


' ther and farther apart. 


This, too, takes about five 
minutes. 

The result? Happy, con- 
tented, snug, and knowin 
they are loved, the smal 
children are ready to go to 
sleep. No doubts, no wor- 
ries, no anxieties, no urge to 
ome running from bed to 
be sure they are still loved, 
assail them. 


ESTHER KLEIN 
—MALCOLM WILLISON 


Announcement is made of 
the engagement of Esther 
Anne Klein, daughter of Mrs. 
Fannie J. Klein of New York, 
to Malcolm Robert Willison, 
son of George F. Willison, 
member of the staff of Gov. 
Averell Harriman of New 
York, and Mrs. Willison of 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Miss 
Klein, daughter of the late 
Albert M. Klein, attended 
the Ethical Culture Schools, 
Riverdale, N. Y., and Cornell 
University. The bridegroom- 
elect is a graduate of Swarth- 
more College and attends its 
graduate school. The wed- 
ding will take place in Janu- 
ary. 

CONSTANCE SECKINGER 
—DANIEL WALSER JR. 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robert 
Seckinger of Bethesda, Md., 
announce the engagement of 
their daughter, Constance 
Mildred. to Daniel Charles 
Walser Jr.. son of Mr. and 
Vrs. Daniel Charlies Walser 
of Chevy Chase. Miss Seck- 
inger attended Marjorie Web 
ster Junior College. The 
bridegroom-elect is a gradu- 
ate of the Virginia. Military 
Institute and the Harvard 
Business School. The wed- 
ding will take place in No- 
vember. 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
- Thursday, September 13, 1956 Sep 


Engaged ] 


( HOWTO DRINK ) 
ON A DIET 


There’s no reason to give up 
cocktails when you start 
counting calories. Oc.ober 
Esquire reveals that you can 
have your drinks and diet at 
the same time. Here is prob- 
ably the “happiest” weight 
reducing program ever pro- 
ed. And it really works. 
emember, you saw it firstin 


OPEN TODAY 12:30 TO 9:30 P.M. 


© etins's fabulous fitting sweater pump 


_, the original sweater pump. Shapely and snug 

Black, brown or blue suede or calf 
on high or mid-heel, 16.95 

Exclusive with Rich’s in Washington and Chevy Chase. 


ae 


F STREET AT 10TH @ 76 WISCONSIN CIRCLE, CHEVY CHASE 
Open Thursdays 12 to 9 Open Thursdays and Fridays 10 to 9 


thanks to its elasticized collar. 


Ln FREE AND CONVENIENT PARKING AT BOTH STORES meen 


Call RE. 17-1234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash 
ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


for Fall 


a beautiful blend 

of cashmere and wool 
fashioned into 

a slim, flattering 
sheath—angel-white 
angora collar and 
cuffs. 


Black or brown 
novelty weave; 
sizes 7-15 


19.99 


i=—=Our only location: 8630 Colesville Rd., Silver Spring, Md.— 


eae 


_ 


ROT NT OO OR come ore 


It’s washable—but 


you'd never guess it! 


Contrast-stitched 


Slim Sheath 


of rayon and acetate flannel 


(78 


A slender shaft rayon and acetate 
flannel with the costly look of 
contrast stitching! Ideal for of- 
fice, class, street-wear! Best of 
all, it’s washable, and crease-re- 
sistant! Grey with gold color, 
brown with blue, or blue with 
pink, 12 to 20 and 14% to 2412. 


Lansburgh’s—DAYTIME DRESSES— 
Washington, Third Floor; 
Langley Park, Second Floor 

‘¢ 


, 


i 


ashington 4, D.C. 


— 


‘s 7th, 8th and E Sts. NW. 


lease send me the following drresses at 7.98. 


Quan. 


: 


> 


Til 


0 Charge 0 Check 
C) €.0.0. (plus 25¢ for handling) 


Watkin Sad “ejoltngescator‘Pncohara: panse 64d’ Bei ane 


‘ 4 
reer we eer eeeeeeeeeeee 


Store Hours Today: 
Washington 12:00 to 9 P.M. 
Langley Park 12:30 to 9:30 P.M. 


5 


WASHINGTON D.C -~ LANGLEY PARK, MARYLAND 


From Our New Budget Coat Shops 


Genuine, supple, magnificent 


ATHER COATS 


the season’s top 


high-tashion hit! 


Q95 


This 1S the fashion news this year! The 
coat of genuine leather—treated with all 
the luxury of a high-fashion coat! The 
kind of fashion you rarely see at budget- 
level—but Lansburgh’s brings it to you 
at an under-sixty price tag! Luxuriously — 
lined with glistening plaid rayon taffeta! 
The newest shades—blond, black, blue, 
taupe and white In the group, sizes 10 
to 18. But come, see, admire—this is a 
believe-it-or-not fashion scoop! 


A Big 
Fashion Value at 


Lansburgh's-BUDGET COAT SHOPS— 
Washington end Langley Park, Second Floor 


« 


Washington, 7th, 8th & E Sts., N.W. 


: 


THE WASHINGTON ‘POST ond TIMES HERALD 


' 56 


Thursday, September 13, 1956 


Sculptors Studio Opens New Term 


Sculptors Studio has opened 
its third semester with classes 
in paiting, drawing and sculp- 
toring. The school established 
by James R. Caudle and Roy 
F. Gootenberg, is at 1227 Wis- 
consin ave. 

Instructors include Ken 
Noland, painting instructor 
at Catholio University; 
Helene McKinsey, director of 


ee _.-.- ——— —-—— 


and Country School 


the Watkins Gallery at Amer- 
ican University; Dr. Kaethe 
Krainer, sculptor, formerly 
of Berlin Kunstakademie; 
Maxine Roth of Johns Hop- 
kins and sculptor at Ameri- 
can University; Aldo Tam- 
bellini, painter, formerly of 
Instituto d’Arte a Passaglio, 
Lucca and Tom Downing, 
drawing instructor's of Town 


NEWEST and finest — 
of the roller cleaners... 


an its 0 SINGER! 


ain « we ee Oe nee 2 Chews Sle ons 


ae ee ee ee : 


New SINGER” “Roll-c-Magic Double Capacity Cleaner 


This dramatic modern beauty provides powerful whirlwind clean- 
ing action even when the bag is nearly full. Its huge capacity cuts 
bag replacements in half. It practically floats into position on 
four smooth rollers . . . and it’s an all-purpose cleaner for floors, 
throw rugs, carpets, furniture . . . all your cleaning needs, 


7995 


complete with attachments 


Only $1.25 per week after small down payment 


Coll a SINGER Cleaning Consultant today 


mm 


Mary Haworth’s Mail . 


Bares Frustration 


DEAR MARY HAWORTH: 
If F cannot find one ray of 
faith or hope concerning my 
dilemma, how can 1 expect 
you, a total 
stranger, to 
contribute | 
mowe than 
unavailing 
sympathy? 

It would be 
utterly futile 
for me to 
read a book 
about “God's 
Reach,” for I 
have totally 
lost faith in 
God's goodness. It would be 
perfectiy stupid to talk to a 
psychiatrist, who couldn't 
possibly alter the circum- 
stance of my life. I am a pris- 
oner of events, for whom 
there is no mercy, and only 
one path of escape... 

I was born nearly 50 years 
ago, into the most privileged 
and promising social group, 
economically and culturally. 
My family, though not rich, 
were social, moral and intel- 
lectual leaders in a communi- 
ty by no means provincial. 
My handsome brilliant par- 
ents were exceedingly hu- 


Mary Haworth 


| manitarian in outlook. 


As a result, it is no virtue 
in me, but an inevitability, 
that I feel the pain, disap- 
pointment, trouble or misery 
of others—human or animal 
—as sharply as if it were my 


mn. 

Outwardly, to the innocent 
bystander, my life seems per- 
fect. My face is young, se- 
rene, untroubled; and yet I 
have my secret agonies. For 
30 years I've scarcely known 
a feeling of pleasure or hope 
of good for myself. 

Or perhaps I should qualify 
this sOmewhat:—no woman 
ever enjoyed her children 
more... But I am no longer 
needed or wanted; the only 
thing | can do for them now 
is give them up 


MY ONE-TIME prolound 
faith in God, and in the fun- 
damental goodness of human- 
ity, is gone now—shattered, 
lost: not in a decisive battle, 


| but in a terrible war of attri- 
tion 


At long last there isn't 
a single person I trust! Oh, 


| as long as I am amusing, un/ 


demanding, useful, I shall be 
tolerated. 
As long as I have anything 


| to give, there will be greedy 


at your nearby... 


SINGER 


SEWING CENTER 


See phone book under SINGER SEWING MACHINE 
COMPANY for address nearest you. 
®a Trade Mart of THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANT. 


5 


A 4 A DS A AK SD EL LL DK 4 LS LK 


‘.-.--- YY Y YS” 


hi i i te i ie SS" 
- 


clutching hands to take it 
But what of my own needs? 
At every stage when the 


| chips were down I found my- 


self Alone 
In me, faith and hope are 
now completely dead and 
buried. Only my body moves, 
compelled by a sense of duty; 
and the sense of duty is fad- 
ing fast. My future, objective- 
ly Prcverhes § is utterly hope- 
less, completely desolate .. 
Now throw this in your waste- 
basket. ‘ 
H. P. 


DEAR H. P.: Here is a 
fragment of your story—as a 


mae 


ANNOUNCEMENT 


AFTER 25 YEARS AT THIS LOCATION 


| Kuckertocker | 


GOING OUT OF BUSINESS 


Our entire stock of 
FABULOUS FASHIONS 
for women and misses must 
be sold regardless of price. 


COATS ® SUITS * DRESSES 
SPORTSWEAR ® MILLINERY | 
HANDBAGS ® LINGERIE * JEWELRY 


ALL AT TREMENDOUS 
REDUCTIONS 


COME in and get your share of the bargains. It’s 
our way of saying thanks to you—for your patronage 


IS 


throughout the years... 


“— 


——e 


_ 


PPP TTT. 


"tt"??? * 


7>~Twrryr.yre.. 


wee 


es ae 


ss. eee rrere et eeer.,hmCUmeheeeeeeee ee 


an oii 


lead for today’s discussion. 
Possibly your crashing disil- 
lusionment stems from, snob- 
bish ivory tower ignorance of 
the nature of human nature 
—(to coin a phrase). 

Maybe you've never known 
how to live productively, in 
terms of making happiness,— 
any more than a headstrong 
child, age 2, would know how 
to set about providing a bal- 
laticed diet, using the equip- 
ment and supplies in a gour- 
met’s well-stocked kitchen. 

You make quite a point of 
your family’s aristocratic s0- 
cial standing, and your en- 
viable personal inheritance 
of great gifts of moral cour- 
age, strong intelligence, etc., 
so I gather you had this 
heady appraisal of “our” 
traditional superman emi- 
nence drilled into you by 
your parents (presumably) in 
your formative years 

With the result that you've 
felt yourself to be a person 
apart from ordinary rabble; 
and in fact have lived out of 
touch with the human race, 
for the most part. 

You'vé .been brought to 
frustration by trying, vainly, 
to manipulate the world of 
reality into line with 
personalized concept of 
things-are, or ought to be. 

You have 


pected it to; and you obsti- 
nately, valiantly act accord- 
ing to your “fixation” in deal- 
ing with other folks,—not 
grasping their slant on the 


situation and/or you; much | 


less being “one of them” in 
a flexible, companionable, 
give-and-take spirit. 


YOU ARE MAD at God. be- 
cause He isn't revising His 
laws to make a specijal excep- 
tion of you:—isn't sparing 
you the pain of being off on 
the wrong foot with other 
people. You want to solve 
things your way, whereas the 
prayer of the true believer 
is: “Father, Thy will be done 
through me.” 

The following prayer of 
St. Francis of Assisi gives us 
the pitch of Wabpy living: 
“Lord, make me an instru- 
ment of Your peace. Where 
there is hatred, let me sow 
love: where there is injury, 
pardon; where there is doubt, 
faith; where there is despair, 
hope; where there is dark- 
ness, light; and where there 
is sadness, joy 

“O Divine Master, grant 
that IT may not so much seek 
to be consoled as to console: 
to be understood as to under- 
stand; to be loved as to love: 
for it is in giving that we 
receive; it is in pardoning 
that we are pardoned: and 
it is in dying that we are 
born to eternal life.” 


_ | 
ow- 
assumed lIife | 
would pan out as you ex- | 


| Residing in Arlington 


Prisoner of Events 


_ Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Me- 
gill Jr. are now’at home in 
Arlington, Va., following 
their wedding Sept. 1 at St. 
John's Episcopal Church, 
Sharon, Mass. Mrs. Megill is 
the former Claire Toohill, 
daughter of Mrs. Mary Too- 
hill of Brisbane, Australia. 
Megill is the son of Mr. and 
. Mrs. Megill of Arlington, Va. 


Residing in Georgia 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dexter 
Hollis III are making their 
home in Athens, Ga., follow- 
ing their September wed- 
ding. Mrs. Hollis is the for- 
mer Elaine Huff, daughter 
of Dr. and Mrs. Clay G. Huff 
of Bethesda, Md. Hollis is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Mark. Dexter Hollis Jr. of 
Bethesda. The couple attend 
the University of Georgia. 


\* 
@° 


roud to 
his is. t 
within an 
services. 
are just streets away. 


leather lined 
calfskin ... 
imported 
from France 


The “little” leather 


fashion-genius 


~ «+ tres small! 


FLORID 


ne ra 144" ain’ 


in the City o 


y of 
BOYNTON BEACH, FLORIDA 
Only a Suburb Away From 
Fashionable Palm h 
Entrance on U. S. Highway 1 


Members of our staff have visited and carefully inspected 
several developments in various parts of Florida and are 
resent “Rolling Green Ridge.” 
largest offering of prime residential lots 
Florida city. You get full city facilities and 
ll shopping, churches, schools and amusements 


ESTABLISHED 1878 


“Houss.ismna Garay 


738 Fifteenth St. N.W., Di, 7-6830 


1314 F STREET N.W. 


—— ume - 2 


bag 
that has a way with new Fall 
fashions. Styled with French 
in navy, 
black or brown. The price? 


MAIL & PHONE ORDERS FILLED—District 7-4454 


—— 


Come in see our exhibit. 
Phone or write for our 
Color Brochure. 


wee 


105 


plus tax 


4 


~— _ a 


-* 


A. French style with brass case 


and Roman numeral 
dial. 242" high 


: ee 
Rn eS 


B. Brass case with 


luminous 


2 


IT’S AN EYE 
OPENER. 


luminous 
copper dial. 234" high. 


Our handy-dandy little Black 
Forest imported alarm clocks 
go back to school or college 
and make perfect gijts. 


3.99 


case with luminous 


C. Chrome 
black dial. 234" high. 


THE 


me: ~~ den “| * . 


And a good time was had by all 
.. « our charming midget alarm, 
clocks talk loud enough to get you 
hopping out of bed in time to 
avoid lateness cuts, keep impor- 
tant appointments when traveling. 
A delightful way to give them the 
time of day—and at savings, too. 


Watches and Clocks, Street Fi, 
Washington, Silver Spring and ~ 
PARKington 


regular 5.95 


| 


Shop Late Tonight! Washington Store Open 12 Noon 
Until 9 P.M.; Langley Park, Md., Open 12:30 Until 9:30 


Lensburghi 


only } more days 


Bile 


ONCE-A-YEAR 


BREV (purple edge) 
For slender or smal! legs. 
Sizes 84-10. 


MODITE (green edge) 
For average-size legs. Sizes 
84-11. 


DUCHESS (red edge) 


For tall, larger legs. Sizes 
9V-11. 


CLASSIC (plain edge) 
For largest legs. Sizes 9V4- 
11M. 


Still time to save on leg sized, full-fashioned 
and seamless Belle Sharmeers. Our complete 
stock at once-a-year savings! Choose from our 
range of styles in the season's loveliest shades 
—but choose now—there’s big money to be 
saved. Rosetinted beige, mauvé-misted taupe. 


Reg 1.65... Sale, 1.41 
3 PAIRS 4's 
Walking Sheers, 30-denier 
Ventilated Foot, Magic Lace Demi-Tee 
Searmlems, 1 5-denier 


Reg. 1.35... Sale, 1.17 
3 nm 3M 


Budget Sheers, |5-denier, plain or lined seams 
Long-wearing, 40-denier, eotton-lined sole 


en, 198 3. bela 186 
3 rm 49° 1 


Lusury Sheers 12-denier 
Seamless Saendiefoot, 15-derier 


: 


HECHT CO. 


Reg. 1.50... Sale, 1.28 


: “3 PAs 375 
Seamiess reinforced heel and tos A 
HOISERT—Weashington, Btrect Floor; Lengiew Park. M4, First Ploer 


Coll NA. 8-9800 Anytime, Day or Might or Mall Your Order 


—— 


——— 


THE BLOUSE BACK: This black and white tweed suit by 


Tobe Says 


PERHAPS none of fhe great Paris dressmakers have 
as clear a concept of modern fashion as Balenciaga, that 
master of cut and line. When he perfects a new silhouette 
that he believes in, he sticks to ¥, year after year, until 
he has convinced the public, too. 

Let me cite as an example his long tunic silhouette— 
now in its fourth season and by way of becoming a mod- 
ern classic. Balenciaga introduced it first in February, 
1955. in ultra smart tunic dresses with long overtunics— 
three-quarter and seven-eighths in length. Then he put 
these same long tunics on the skirts of his immortal 
shirtwaist dresses 

- And finally in the August collection, he made suit 
skirts with the same long tunics—topping them always 


with his characteristic semifitted double-breasted jackets. 
Copyright 1956. New York Herald Tribune. Inc 


BE PREPARED BY FALL! 
DALE and DOROTHY 


CARNEGIE COURSE FOR WOMEN 


4 five-session course in Speech, Poise, Grooming, Personality 


and Human Relations. 


STARTING FRIDAY, SEPT. 14 
DI. 77-4270 


Today—Last 3 Shows! 
_KANN’S Virginia 


Fabrice Fashion Forum 


“The Inside Story of 
Fashion and Color” 


TIME: 11 a.m.—2:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. 
PLACE: Lower Level Patio 


See Fall fashions and fabrics 
modeled —hear the commen- 
tary of these outstanding per- 
sonalities: 


@ Miss Ann Turner 
trom Advance Patterns will sh Ww fash » 
made by Bishop method 


liarry Frechtel shows the definite influence of the “blous- ® Miss Rajean Codish 
on,” the soft full jacket that’s such an important look this from Talon Educational: Service 


season. Further marking it as a creation for fall 1956 is the 


touch of fur—in this case a collar of black Persian lamb. e Miss Bridget Maginn 


One of the Frechtel collection of beautifully tailored coats 
and suits, now at Garfinckel’s. 


Kann’s own sewing instructor and stylist 


Altrusa Club Elects Officers ‘ 


Mrs. Mary S. Resh is the 
reelected president of the 
Altrusa Club of Washington. 
Other officers include: Mrs. 
Bessie. Cramer, vice presi- 


—_- a _ 


dent; Mrs. Ethel Odegard, 7 
recording secretary; Mrs. - “} Z| 
Mercedes Dyer, correspond- okt & 
ing secretary; Florence Mac- aatriGron 
Lean, treasurer; and Elea- 
nor Whitmore, director. 


ee 


3 DAY SPECIAL! 
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 


Breathtakingly Beautiful 


’ > Ts ; 3 ae F 
; i ; Spel 
La *~ 


Stone Martens 


Truly ;a collection of scarfs 
that would appease the critical eye 
of master furriers 


| 
» NATURAL JUMBO 


VALUES FROM $75 TO $100 PER SKIN 


$490 : 


IN SETS OF 3 AND 4 
SPECIALS HARD TO BEAT! 
DYED BASSARISKS $32" 
(Extra Lerge Skins) skin 


NATURAL MINK SCARFS $35°" 
WILD RANCH PASTEL & SILVER BLUE skin 


All Fure Labeled te show country of origin 


SSVPesVeese ee eesessy 


heen eee eee eee 


. 
SSSSRSSBSBBBBBRRRBR BEERS EEE S 


Baskin rurs 


CORNER OF 


Sth and G Sts. N.W. 


' 
‘ 
i: 


( ea ate 
‘OPEN THURS. 9 AM TO 9 PM-FRI. & SAT. 9 AM TO 6 PM 


*’ 


| / THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
| vb Thursday, September 13, 1956 7 


Shop tonight at both stores. Washington hours 12:00 to 9 P.M.; Langley Park, Md., 12:30 to 9:30 P.M. 


Aansburgns 


WASHINGTON DC. — LANGLEY PARK, MARYLAND 


You'll love the gentle cling of Air Step’s 


bracelet 
pumps 


with closed toe or open toe... 


the choice is your own 


1% 


Discover the smooth-fitting flattery of Air Step’s 
elasticized bracelet banding today! The side line 
brings new grace to the silhouette, whether you 
choose the classic beauty of the closed-toe pump 
or the smart sophistication of the open ‘toe style 
Each in sizes 4 to 10, AAAA to C. 


Feel the Magic Sole for the 
bonus of comfort, 


Top: The Embraceable pump 
with closed toe. Black, brown 
or blue suede; black or brown 
calf. High or medium heel, 


Below: The Bracelet pump 
with open toe, flattering, sien- 
der high heel. In black suede. 


» 


Lansburgh's—SHOE SALON—Weshington a Langley Park, Second Floor 
|Washington, 7th, 8th and E Sts, N.W. er Langley Park, Md.qblew Hampshire Avenue and University Lane wun a 
ee a, ——m, . : | | ’ aa | 


: 
: 2 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Thursday, September 13, 1956 


Bandstand Tommy Tucker 
and his orchestra are fea- | 
‘tured with tenor Frank 
| Parker. 

ll a. m—WRC-TV. Col- | 
umnist Walter Winchell de- 
scribes his career to hostess 

. Arlene Francis. 
| 3p. m.—WMAL.-TV. After- 
| noon Film Festival: “Don't 
| Ever Leave Me” stars Jimmy 

Hanley A- grandfather in- 


ee i it te ie 


FOR FRIENDLY 


CONVENIENT 
series of kidnappings. 


MAJOR a te ) | run British film. 
APPLIAN «: ' 3 p. m~-WRC-TV. Matinee 
Theater (COLOR): “A Ques- 
Ys | tion of Balance” is the story 
SERVICE | of an aststant district attor- 
BELMONT nev why works on a case 
whose svlution exposes an 
NO. 7-3111 


embarrassing episode in his 
2414 14 ST. N.W. 


) 
) 
) 
) own life 

, 6 p. m.—WMAL.-TV. Buffalo 
) Bill Jr: A rainmaker occu- 
j 

) 

) 

) 

} 


cower GD “er | | y 


APPLIANCES CO. 


pies the town’s interest while 


bank. 

7 p. m.—WTTG. Dangerous 
Assignment: Agent Steve 
Mitchell ‘Brian Donlevy) 1s 
sent to Morocco to find out 

who has ucen sabotaging the 


LA. send! 
LA, 6-2620 


his gang ciean out the local | 


Television Highlights | 


10:30 @. m. — WRC-TV. | construction of an American 


air base. 
7:30 p. m—WTOP.-TV. Sat. 


Preston cf the Yukon: A vet- | 


erinarian who has been swin- 


| dled out of his life’s savings 


oes berserk and barricades 


| himself in a secluded moun- 


tain cabin. 


, 7:30 p: m—WMAL-TV. The 
L one Ranger: The masked 


| rider, disguised as a patent- 


medicine ‘salesman, searches 


| for the murderer of a farmer. 
| volves his young heir in a | 
First- | 


7:30 p. m. — WITG. The 
Whistler: A man stumbles 
onto a co" pse with a $100,000 
bank account in “Windfall.” 

8 p. m—WTOP-TY. The 
Bob Cummings Show: Bob 
and Margaret fly to -doplin, 
Mo., to ¢ 1eck in on Grandpa 
Collins and Chuck. 


8 p. m—WMAL-TV. THe | 


Hour G'ase: Alistair Sim agd 
Fay Compton co-star in “Dul- 
cimer Street.” Inhabitants of 
a Londen street unite in de- 
fense of a garage mechanic 
on trial for homicide. 

8 p. m.—WTTG. The Eve- 
ning Movie: 


An opera star | 
is murdered after he falls in | 
love with a young girl in | 


VK SS OO 


' deledalololaieiaiojolotaiokoipioleiotoioivisleipioielalelelelaiel 


~ Ss Our Name is Our Policy 


Dim eowiT 


LI. 7-1359 LI. 7-1360 


1506 BENNING RD., N.E. 
Next to Corner at 15th & H Sts. N.E 
SATURDAY 


DAY SALE RT Yt 


THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY 


ORIGINAL CARTONS @ NO FLOOR SAMPLES © EVERTHING FULLY GUARANTEED 
% BRIGGS-STRATTON 4-CYCLE—2% HP 


é\ New 1956 Turf King 22” Rotary 
on «SALE 


‘ 
® Briggs & ° Swing Over 
Stratton Handle $ 
Engine = ® —All-Steel Base? LIST 
© Twin Leaf © 8” Puncture $139. 95 


Mulchers = Proof Tires 


TONIGHT 
& FRIDAY 
‘til 9 P.M. 


© 2% ® Rewind 


Starter 


SCC C COC CCC CCC CCC CCST SSCS SSS SSS SS 


BIKES and TRIKES 


3 SPEED] .t°.28" $6.99/24" & 26” DELUXE 
> 26” Ard 6 AMERICAN 
on, wes 518-99 


Boll Becring Wheels Middleweights 
ap. 44.50 
i $97.95 
With Tiiaen Wheels 


Boys’ & Girls’ 
24” & 26” SIKES 
Lifetime Gverontee 
Reg. $49.95 


} LIGHTWEIGHTS 
Boys’ and Girls’ 
TOP BRAND 


Reg. $27.95 


3-speed gears, front and reer 
hand brakes, kickstand, chain- 
guard, ball-bearing pedals, 


LIFETIME 
chrome rims, de luxe saddie. 


GUARANTE® 


@ Tork, - wr we 
@ Kickstand 


38” $32) sont 37 
SAVE ON GENERAL @ ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 


1956 ge one LET 1 $9.79 is. 
Tat 12" 


1956 G.E. AUTOMATIC bons 
TOASTER cw 
SHOP TONIGHT & FRIDAY ‘TIL 9 P.M. 
1956 G.E. PORTABLE 28 
& MIXER 12 
2 1956 G.E. STEAM & DRY $fa.89 
we ED iIRGH | & 
1956 G.E. Swivel Top Reg. 
VACUUM CLEANER *** © 3 5 OS 
GD AUTOMATIC 


GE ED Model 
$19.95 


@ Choinguerd 
luggoge Carrier 


Reg. 
$69.95 


> fa 
: 
* 
+ 
Ds 
7 
qe 
- 
on 
- 
a 
” 
my 
* 
ae 
+ 
+ 
x 
a 
* 


4H 


Reg. 
$17.95 
NOW 


Reg. 
$14.95 


1956 
GRILL & WAFFLE 
‘BAKER 


1956 G.E. AUTOMATIC 


@ COFFEE MAKER iow? BOS 


PPRPIPPPPLPP LPL PP LPPPLPPPLPIP DPD SPPPDP SSIS IPSPPSPSSPSSSSS 
SAVE ON TELEVISION e EASY TERMS 
21” PHILOO TY $1EQ 21” PHILGO TY $199 


Mah. Wood. Rey, $229.95 Reg. $189.95 


21” MOTOROLA Ww 21” RCA TV 
SMALL APPLIANCE ‘SENSATIONS! 


Reg. $179.95 Reg. $229.95 
Blankets, Assorted Colors, Convertible Con- 
PHi LC pes te bed size. Reg. $39.95. 5-yr. GUARANTEE +198 
Reg. $7.95 DETECTO 


ELECTRIC FRY PAN : $3 99 sa s 4.29 


With Lid 
List $19.95 
: COFFEEMAKERS 
MIXERS SALE! 91.95 Universal Bcup ... 13.95 


TOASTERS 
27.50 Sunbeam 39.95 Dormeyer chrome .21.95 7 
22.50 Toastmaster 005 Susheom Wy. 12:56 oo Universal 10-cup ..19.17 
oo Sunbeam Mixmaster 29.91 
39.95 GE. 27.32 


JR OE 


Reg. $6.50 HELLER 
ALUMINUM  7-PIECE 
CANISTER SET 


bests 


RE 


27.50 Toastmaster 
* Deluxe . 
39.50 Toastmaster 


$13.87: 


“Matinee Idol,” 
Horn 

8:30 p. a.—WRC-TV. Drag- 
net: A disc jockey receives 
an expensive watch from an 


with Camilla 


and contacts Sgt. Friday and 
Officer Frank Smith. 

8:30 p. m—WTOP.-TV. Clli- 
max:. Eddie Albert, Betsy 
Palmer and John Baragrey 
star in “Burst of Violence.” 

9 p. m—WMAL-TV. Com- 
bat Sergeant: A mysterious 
enemy attacks both German 
and American pilots when 
they ball out from aircraft 
in the episode “Desert Fal- 
con.” 

9 p. m—WRC-TV. The Peo- 
ple’s Choice: Sock Miller 
makes an snromantic remark 
in jest on a television show 
that enrages his girl, Mandy. 

9:30 Pp ma G. The 
Pendulum: “Stranglehold” 
concerns attempted black- 
mail and a faked homicide. 

9:30 p 
lai E. Stevenson: From Har- 
risburg, Pa. ’ 


Hopper’ star in 
Rung.” 

10 p. m—WTOP-TYV. The 
Arthur Murray Party: Guests 
are singer Eydie Gorme and 
former winners of Harvest 
Moon Bal! contests. 

11:15 p m—WTOP-TV. The 
Late Show: Pier Angeli, Vit- 
torio De Sica and Lois Max- 
well star in 
Too Late” 


“Tomorrow Is 


® 1-Houwr Service 

© Sets fixed in your home 
® All Work Guaranteed 

\® Servicing D. C. and Md. 


Li. 4-0047 


WNTER-CITY TV INC 
2 


‘WU. 4-6600 


Spi eel a py SE SA 


ee ee 
; 
; 
: 


ERVICE CHARGE 
f) ‘ a N fart 


ee 


admirer, becomes suspicious, | 


A days ago, I called atten- 
tion to a fine play, written 
by Elihu Winer, which had 
been produced on @e nueen 


Hour (NBC, Ff 
WRC-TV). I = 
admitted in 
the column 
that I was 
not acquaint- © 
ed with Wi- 
ners’ prev- 
ious work. 
That has 
now been 
corrected, 
thanks to a Laurent 
letter re- ; 
ceived yesterday ‘from an 
NBC press agent, Milt Brown. 
Milt writes: “You say the 
playwright is new to you s0 
perhaps I wouldn’t be out 
of line to point out that his 
last two television efforts 
have been adaptations for 
‘Matinee Theater:’ His ‘Man 
Without a Country,’ i: % 
starring James Daly, won 
critical acclaim across the 
country; later, he adapted 


‘The House of Seven Gables. 


“About two years ago, 
Winer did an adaptation of 
“The Bounty Court Martial’ 


| for another network. This, 
| too, brought a goodly amount 


of praise in the papers. Still 
traveling backwards in time, 
he did the adaptations for one 
of the first filmed television 
series to hit the channels— 
‘Your Lucky Strike Theater,’ 
which had Arthur Shields as 
narrator. These were all 
literary classics such as “The 
Sir de Maletroit’s Door’ and 
others which are still mak- 
ing the rounds on local sta- 
tions.” 

Now, who says press 
agents are not honest? Press 
agent Brown displays both 


| honesty and a sense of hu- 


Radio and Television : 
| Just to Fill in the Gaps 
{On TV Writer Winer... 


By Laurence Laurent. 


Is BALDNESS 


mor in the conclusion of nis | | 


letter: 


“That brings you up to | 


date on one Elihu Winer. 


I hope I haven't been too | 


long-winded about it. The 
fact that he’s my _ brother- 
inlaw doesn’t have a thing 


him 

Well, Milt, he’s not my 
brother-in-law, but I think 
he’s a most promising tele- 
vision playwright. 


THE MORNING mail 
brought also an interesting 
letter from John W. Novak 
of 3409 Cheverly ave., Chev- 
erly, Md. Novak writes: “I 
too viewed Sunday’s telecast 
of the Colt-Eagles football 
game. Being a football fan 
I endeavor to watch every 
telecast throughout the sea- 
son. In all the years in which 
I have been watching these 
games, I have never seen & 
poorer job of telecasting. 


Had it not been for the audio | 


portion of the telecast, I 


would still be in the dark as | 
as to the outcome of the | 
to see the | 


I falled 
goals, 


game. 


field passes, etc. 


— I read about the next | 


ny did, barhevet view 


ball.” 


THERE WAS the usual 
collection of mail that al- 
ways follows any mention of 
a certain hillbilly singer. 


CORRECTION: Zippy the | 


Chimp will be at the Wood- 
ward and Lothrop store at 
Seven Corners, Va., on Fri- 
day, Sept. 21 and Saturday, 
Sept. 22. He will not a 

this week as I mistake re- 
ported in Tuesday's paper. 


to do with my interest in | 


Are Nature’s danger signals 
— falling hair, scalp itch, dan- 
druff — warning you that bald- 
ness is trying to take over? 
Heed these positive warnings 
now —and let Thomas help you 
to combat approaching bald- 
ness with the reliable, time 
tested Thomas treatment. 

The Thomas method of bald- 
ness prophylaxis is based on 
35 years of experience — more 
than seven-million treatments. 


It combines the skilful use of modern electric and mechanical 
stimulative instruments with broad, basic “know-how.” Soon 
you notice less hair in your comb and brush — your dandruff 


m—WTOP-TV. Ad- | 


PENN TV CO. | 


DAY OR NIGHT 
TV REPAIRS 


In Your Home 
us) Reet 
Co. 5-5939 


AERIAL TV 2469 18th St. NW. 


poh dollars on 
g cleaning! Use 


ea| 


Sibivys, 


Pee eee eee eee ee eee eee eee: 


*e« 


id Cleonert Odorless! Fireproalt 


i 


10 p. m—WRC-TV. Lux | 
Video Theater: Lee Bowman, | 
Irene Hervey and William | 
“The Top | 


Enjoy the lovable, laughable 
characters who've delighted more people 
than any other comedy team... 


ATADS ‘zi ATT? 


Monday through Friday « 5:30 pm 


WTOP-TYV 


e! Broadccest Hevuse 


bes 


©) 


& 


TIME FOR EVENING TV PLEASURE 


new D Vy schedule 
* a 


MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


WRCTV- 


5:30 P.M. TO 7 P.M. 


7 
fo 


AL ROSS, YOUR’ HOST .. . 


6:00-6:30 


“ISIE” 


eee eeene Reenter ene Mere nt eete an, 


6:45-7:00 
NEWS Rob’t McCormick 
SPORTS Ray michael 
WEATHER Tippy stringer 
Letest 


| 


disappears — scalp itch ceases — and your scalp glows with 

renewed health — ready to continue hair-growing activity. 

Come in today for free consultation and advice. Just say, 

“I want to see the Thomas expert about my hair and scalp.” 

If you wish, you may phone and make an appointment ~- 
but an appointment is not necessary. 


many a fine running play, ) 7 
but, unfortunately, the run- | 
ner was not carrying the 


ee TO THE THOMAS 
1052, WASHINGTON BUILDING 
CORNER v. "Y. AVE. and 15th ST. NA. 8-9562 


wovrs: 9:30 cea seen ie te 0 P.M. 


B DRAPERY ¢ SLIPCOVER 
5 UPHOLSFERY FABRICS 


EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD! 
“PRICES REDUCED STILL MORE! 


® Tremendous Selection! 
© New Fall & Winter Patterns & Colors! 
© New Shipment From Our Warehouse! 


Every Yard First Quality! No Mill Ends . . . No Sec- 
onds ... Buy First Quality Fabrics for Less Than 
Seconds ... Famous Mills: © Waverly @ Hill Brown 
@ La France © Harmony @ Mercer @ Dan River 
© Thorp-Desley © Every Yard Fully Guaranteed! 


Every Yard Marked With 
Original Price, Deduct 42... 
See Your wel a 

7” UPHOLSTERY * 


FABRIC 


- 


Hill Brown 
Empire 


BARKCLOTH 


8 colors 


yd. 


Antique Satin, Prints & Plains. ... 
Fortisan Boucle, with metallic threads 
Fortisan 

Fortisan Sheer Prints 

Barkcloth, heavy duty sunfast prints 
Linen Prints 


Hundreds of Others at 4 Price . xy: Or Less 
HARMONY -";*,| [WAVERLY 
FABRIC $4. a3 nts 4 


SLIPCOVER F ABRICS 


{349 
Hundreds of Others at /, Price .,. Or Less 


imported - Textured 
100% Yarn Dyed 


a” ot SD” wide $9.30 
Reg. $5.49 yd. yd. 


| Hill Brown New MALIFAX | 
Drapery & Slipcover. 
FABRIC $ ‘ 


Fp Aap eg 


Beautiful Textured “Shannon” 
DRAPERY & SLIPCOVER 


FABRIC $4.62 
Reg. $3.47 yd. yd 


Waverly Bonded Fabris 
Prints & Plains 
Reg. from $2.9 

wos ys 8S 


Upholstery F abrics 


Traditional 


TAPESTRY 


Honeycu tt’s pa 


‘Thursday TV Programs _ Thursday Radio wha anne Hi ighli ghts fae eee ee 


TV 4\WtTG))=—S—CSWMAL-TV 7/WTOP-TV 


9 | WMAL | WRC (NBC) | 
(nec) | (Ou Mont) (ABC) | (CBS) __|AM $30 FM 103.5 /630_ FM 107.3:980 FM 1500 FM 96.3 , 
rm: 17:55, ie eee 7-8. Good Mam” §36-5°36 “A us 08-% Howe. &, Sy t C eleer. Art Brown, 6-156. de ey. 
eee 2a El See ete On Radio | FABER BENSON 
" -9 Cpt. K’saroa iurieigh, eeper, 6:15- ) 
MS tra A ’ ‘ea ) : : 


~ ~Alt fee | Qnarian timekeeper Art Brown (ES News tAm.| 11:45 a. m—WTOP. How- 


aim 
+ ‘ Breakfast Ciub Tim?k ah 
Pete _—— Vocal Favorites | on n McNeil Det pee ews; Brown 2 . ard Miller Show: Lu Ann 


: itle haa! gn On he 
a C : lu : : ¢ ? 
_ 9:45 Romper Room | arto “a _.. Mark _ Was ) |_ Step! , . 
g Dong Sch.) cope | arr Mee avis My True 7 | andst pred Fish ty Show Simms Is guest. 
TW Ding B ie ® Sundon Garry Moore |T [1is'Bob Davis Mir Troe Sa oe ieghtst| 12:15 p. m—WRC. The 
andstar o rierney| ' ti . . < Fis on ) . 
al ndstand aleidoscope s thur Godfrey | Md Devise r Sts ‘Band ____ eres : rvin ail ; 

proecneesee aroer goare , Arte oe 7 Ang Ske od rey| Patty Cavin Show: D. C. Civil 

| om iE 5 hart } t 8 4 

*T) " le 'T ’ - _ . 


. 
ir Godfrey Show Time | rons 2 ~ is R a) ong. | Defense Director John €E. 
it Rich |* © 45 Queen for a Day and MusiciBandsieand ._‘[Fre ° owar er . 
Heatie Noes: |Bryson_Reah—(canch With Ea “aes Warren | FP Ondah! reports on Civil De 
: at} Ed Studnevpacksts Wile fense Week. 
wie mn Corn Search for 7 L St ; ews: Studne 
M Corner: é huidl ‘ si Ox *s ‘Bivdney/our Gal panes? | 1:30 p. m.—WMAL. Milton 


an aonding- 2 ~ ~ ~ = | Walker 
ge 00 Peoples Pyyhse |- Voice(The Rugsic ter Sta ews. Music ‘Paul serves Tro * 
“Underaron andl a Mov te The Ruez'ie at if enese s Mat Ted es t Gne he ! : , (62. Ford: Singer Polly Bergen 
ews 
¢ Washington ed f OF ia |B guest. 


lafternoon ket Baus We) rie ee Mit Fo rd Date ie 
— Milt on Fotd 
: Pord Club 1260 , 
ord Ray. Haney Pred. Fi i a 2:55 p. m—WWDC. Base- 
News u 2% ria aay} 
MeBriae |Chatter: B’ba a Frain ball: Washington vs. Detroit 


Ford Five- wer Washing tn House Party 5 Pp. m.—WGMS-FM, Early 


atinee 


Mov oR * 45 Cedric TS 
Re & ted Ladi Hor ; So'ligbie ‘Hh 


Stranee 
Larry Parks! fmeersonatior 


3 0” Matinee ne | a ; 
16) Pike - 4 r 

4 ’ ion Giles ry 8" ea Pord | : won 2D ? : . - : 2 
33 * QuewioNtes Time sof Jimmy Mane Show! Bandstand Pord (pe? naa Pam, iBascbait | Bvans Bhow| Evening Concert; Tchaikov- 


ne Th — . » 
Gueen for & Davyiggen Film tive! News; Band ; Btrone inn House Baseball Mark Evans 4 
% Queen for a i a Si Pest! rw fers: noke Bandstand Jerry & Jimmé UN€s Basebdal "= Show sky, Swan Lake. 
At t rs) 


La® Bandstand F Twilight nes) —wWwD ; 
Kit Carson Bendstand anid Music! Mi t ) — if . 7 p. mi. C. Club 1260: 
My Little ures fet te x News: Py ae Tagen : nes Haseba fal Mat. Singer Don Cherry is fea- 
aie a if 
Amos ‘n’ Andy Ray ? ight wews: Club ws tured. 
Amos “n’ Andy Tu Eddie Gallaber | 


‘Wloopity Sk’ pliy Buffalo : Cisco Kid ri . BhowcaseSt ews |News: gue 5. Wott. | 37:45 p. m—WGMS. Eddie 
. 


“ junior Cisco Kid ase’. len; Por ack wri | ome 
eee ' oo own yy ee mmtry6:30 Spotlight 30 News; Gand Milton Q ord is.; W. House . ther. Fisher: Eddie Sings “Sweet 
news - SP ancy. ne? Time D Ede a News Milton 2. - . 7 


rT) 

pipers. "hea od LBoston Blackie ilton Lewis Jt \hd.: TY a8 Clu . lewd =| and Lovely,” “Love and Mar- 
>> Dal Bost 5 Wait ’ ” ’ 

“iene Ran N Preston af af: Gabriel Heat ter Res of Day riage,” and “Whispering.” 


pane Besser eS Treen & 45 Eddie Fisher Man's Seay 
- ‘ ob Cumm! ings » 00 Official va iyi* Fecal Ary 5 o"Eimobert « Q Lewis! . ~ i a 
Duicime » Cummings ae Detective Hi-Bi a UP A Alb . a= penecnetion ST cows: é oper Detective: San Francisco Po- 
eit t Grime _ |peii ofan: —“Ronregaaion | —_ Se wilRcvond ths Sail tice Inspector Jack Cruick- 


DOOL OOOO Pe 


ia 
ovo 


| 


co 
sés5aK 
09 Bo 


Burst of. 


‘Se 
< SSe8) aoe 


5 


0 News Muste “TBill Malo 4 
§/Pop Cope Rec'rds & eu'stsl Lael th. iat a we My Son Jeep shank receives the “Out- 
; e" +e ta) . e N 0 . : ” 
5 Adiai 2D Stevenson Adial Stevenson Bob wins + standing Detective Award 
News: Mus! C Mystery News: Huntiev GAA Poru: Adial Stevenson or ai vi . 
on Ros Mystery Time [Record Session |r be) ro! bnow| Boe yr for a sproving a gored 
ocialls rs News Record iuews: 7 Z b ‘ ootateps rest, obtaining a pardon for 
orkers rty oly ays iat " 
Seen tine News: P ArnoldAround Ton “use, the victim, and then finding 
' and Bone Bo) Arnel Id Jon aase Ko Tonten' the actual criminal. 
some on | Arno 


1d n 
snd DanceiPaul Arnold _ Jon Masser! 8:30 p. m—WRC. Conver- 
Sie: News. | space pw Rae night News: Music reg T . ' An) Been sation: Two educators join 


ioOu 
>> 


I 
3 
‘ 


el ew 


~—> 


i 
: 


Milten Musie Through on Mas | 4 
nicht. With the Nigh #igews own “tH! 5:30 a.) host Clifton Fadiman for a 
45 Borenade News it on @ ord Muste Net right Roger Fiee! : 


a —_— - _ —_ 


” idaxwell 
ate Bh 


—-_ 


discussion of “The Ideal 
Teacher.” 

‘ FM Stations 9:30 p. m—WMAL, WGMS, 
WTOP, WRC. Adlai E. Stevy- 
J + WRC-FM (93.9 me.)—5:30 8. m. to 1/WWDC-FM (101.1 me.)-y? 6. m te 9. aneon-The Domecratic Prest- 
VW alter Winehe WOP-FM (96.3 me.)—S:30 &. m. te 2 ae (108.5 me.)—6:30 . m. te dential nominee speaks at 

> | WAsH-PM (97.1 me)—* a. m. te 10 WA - (106.1 me.)—8<60 a. m. te 2 Harrisburg, Pa. 

m " 

. : > whi Fat. (98.7 me.)—7 0. m. te mld WUST-FM (1068 me.)~—T7:90 & @. te 9 10:30 p. m.—WGMB-FM. 
OF NEW YORA night e Tr OS met a mt Opera Box: Scenes from Puc- 


WFAN (100.3 me.)—5 « m=. W Ae : 
WRNC (95.5 me.)—6 a. -— to Me ictt 12:36 ' cini’s “La Boheme.” 


OTHER STANDARD evarveus 10:30 p. m.—WMAL. Social- 
Man A bout Town WeHe— ae ate —$ 4% m. fo midnicht. WOOK—-1380 ke—B a.m. to ts. me | sey Party Speeches: Farrell 
Dobbs and Mrs. Myra Tanner 


WFA 138 ke —Darlisht Onl .. WINK—1600 ke—<6 s, m. te midnight, | Weiss, presidential and vice- 
The Marilyn Monroe movie'who did “Mr. Wonderful” and wwbe_i? 6 oe wm. to 6 Atty ‘| presidential nominees of the 


? poe et slang : . ste sunmp to sundown. ialist Work Party. de- 
‘tain ta “Plain and Fancy,” will collab-| “®s*erises to epere Socialist Workers Party, de 
Ah Peegeny = —— orate ... From our newscast Programs printed here conform to information liver their acceptance $74 50 SOLID BRASS 
pests, bores and folks not con- Sunday night “How would furnished by stations at time of publication . ° 


A ' : . _ * 
nected with the film Except sonnny Dio and the others ac- — 


= Sane 6 cused of blinding Daily Mirror FIREPLACE ENSEMBLE FAMOUS MAKE TOASTER 
ae — = confrere Vic Riesel like it—if : 
ols 


— — 


“a oe ee, eae “POP > 


is muffing lines like crazy— ‘Scodi’ Hull and she will do 


some columnist walked into the 
hecessitating as many as 20 a some commercials for his tee- Mave 
. urtroom while the ; end * pancakes 
“takes . Also, that she is COUt*room AB ery 


driving Sir | surence Olivier 2C!P! (in handcuffs) and vee show. You and your old Keeps toast warm autemsaticaliy. 

nuts 7 ios 1 itled One asked flung acid in their faces???” Help Wanted col’m!” ... Our a . FAMOUS MAKE ALL CHROME 
oa aethtinina tee ast line, same broadcast: presidential Poll postcards are . 4 

Marilyn to do something the .,. | p | | ¥ . Sele aaa 


other day. She allegedly turn " sb rene. oa coming in scads of mailbags. 

her renowned derriere on him ~~ vs There ng 1’ Adlai or Ike? ... Ike or Adlai? 
; Sinatras pashy wire | eater © . than satuning me . » Must sign it—plus your 

beauteous Pe gay Connelly (The - ‘deat * Ath address—so we check if you ) . . 

Biue Angel) was signed witha“? ~*~ = are voting more than once... ' : FAMOUS MAKE ALL 

code name. But when it is _—— Please jot down if you are wt @ 31x38" Mesh Pull Chain Screen CHROME MIXER AND 

Sam, Max or Clyde we get very Headline: “52-year-old Cros- switching your vote since ‘52. @ 16” Solid Brass Andirons with MEAT GRINDER 

hep ... The rumor that Dewey by reported to wed 24-year-old Very important ... Send me STARRING IN 7. ee a 2 ond 

will inherit Sylvester Weaver's Katie Grant”... Youth must'your choice on a postcard Shank Covers ersck er stain. 

vacated NBC throne is false... have its Bing! . . . Dorothy/please: Winchell, Box 711, @ 4 Piece Fireset with Rail Gallery 


—— Donegan’s baby-grandtertain--NYC ... Repub and Demo Base AND 
Sean O’Casey’s great classic, ment (at the Embers) is a mid- biggies will watch the —— The story of a mon's fight te save his honor—ond life—in @ wor-torn towm ELACTRIC KNIFE 8 95 
“Juno and the Paycock,” will town must ... From the mail: ing... The straw-vote win ' ly by buying these SCISSORS SHARPENER 
become a Broadway musical. “Joe Franklin of ‘Memory Lane’ will be made public first sm 8: 30 Channel q pa... your ost Bill LUNDIGAN POR, he a prey rwan, me BM sae B art Gate te use. Clean. modern Gcsicn. 

$17.95 PRESTO 

STEAM-DRY IRON : ()-?5 


Fell sise heaters. - 
beater release. ¥ Snses-tip 


Joe Stein and Will Glickman,'read you item about pretty in October. CORPORATION na ws benvtivl cote trom Sie Susy? SPd en 
at almost half off! 
Includes 83.19.. irotitte 
pad and asnea. — 


——— 


3-PIECE KITCHEN KNIFE SET $ AT 
ell hellewseromnd — ch ftelnlens el 


whe ae for $f | ‘I 


and step s 


$17.50 Early American $9 :95 
Selid Brass Wood Holder .. 


$19.95 MIRROMATIC 

$12.00 Early American $77.95 whee pe ap renner 64 
$29.95 WESTINGHOUSE 
ROTISSERIE ATTACHMENT a 3% 


Baier ne new mour and « 
electrical yo Fe. or 


“Pour yourself ay } Teed | ‘ | oes ope mesh _ $9.95 
a smile, neighbor ‘Os ae Te as | CLEARANCE OF ELEOTRIC AND 
atl a SPRING-WOUND CLOCKS 


Copper Skillets with $9 $9.95 Ebony Decorator .....sa0«...$6.00 
Covers and Rack 


~of Sunny Brook bourbon, that is!” . & - 8 8 Segal Bend ot <tyeurageg rece 
: ‘e } $22.95 Set of 3 Solid Copper $7.95 Earl Solid Mahogany .. .. on .. $4.95 
Saucepans with Covers . $3.98 Elite Elec. Alarm ........«... $268 


; i i gas se See 5 FEAR eg oe $5.50 Branford 8-Day Alarm .......$2.95 
rich as a prospec or’s dream, (4s treated for wonstick cooking Many other models te choose from 
good as a man’s word 


. finest of fine Kentucky bourbons! 


i 


i 


aT; 
ne 


: 
: 


SAVE $51! 


COMMUNITY _venATe +59" 


Well and Treé Platter,  Sortne Tray, Weter inchades Buttes travs. 
Soret att | Be ar aera 
ler, 10-Cup Coffee Pot ey others. , Orchid. 


‘Cheerful as its Name! 


THE OLD SUNNY BROOK COMPANT, DINISION OF RATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORPORATION, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. 86 PROOR’ 


A. ee 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD | | DICK TRACY ; : ‘By Chester Gould 
Thursday, September 13, 1956 as Cleans WALLS | | " | 


Semcon . ; “text: EANWHILE, THE FLAT TOP OR IT CAN BE USED 
jin T wipe! No rinsing paws MOMENTARILY FORCOT- AN INSTRUMENT OF 
THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN. il al aceedl gm | WHAT HAPPENED TO . . | | TEN, TRACY DOES HIS STINT 
|_| FLATTOR? I CLAIM THe WITH THE ROOKIE CLASS. 
INTENSE HEAT OF THAT THE POLICEMANS CLUB. 
OR BATON,CAN BE A VE 
DANGEROUS WEAPON. 


~"“\ibies, 


LIQUID HOUSE CLEANER 


he a 
0511 FENTON STREET | 18th &Columbiakd. &| GAS HEAT vy , 


a 
* ‘; 
SILVER SPRING, Across from Hecht's WA T — 
, Theredey>fridey SHINO TON, . C. : tee 
oP-M Monday Thru Fridey = a A a 
+ 8 AM. to 10 PM ) J ae Te Se: 
oo Pr Seturday, &§ A.M. te It P.M. “a 


v 
Chicage Tribune 


a oe ¢ Y 
Sundey, 10 A.M. to 4 PM. Sundey, 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. | | te , J aed, 1 


SAVE on PRESCRIPTIONS at DART! HEATING EQUIPMENT | 


=e 


& WATER HEATERS | ‘|| . : aa Oe .» | me vs 
f EMEMBER, MAPLE! YOU WILL 
(CQ LQ $ . A | | .. 7-S868 ETURN HERE IMMEDIATELY 
/ PLUMBING & HEATING 
“4 | 2807 14th Street N.W. 
D S ( 0 U NM T$ AY : | for your furniture 
’ 


ly | S| CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE - RS = oe | A THE AIRPORT! 
~ x | A | : 
iy 1 STANDARD Mm AFTER REHEARSAL / 
GLASS TOP SALE: 


1956 BENRUS & GRUEN WATCHES—66 2/3% OFF 
35<¢ BOX OF 400 39% BOX OF 12 


19 | [29% 385! OI Gaver 
rf : Fitted 

1.00 ANAHIST Tablets, Spray or Syrup 

3.50 BRECK Shampoo, full quart 38; 

Values to 2.50—BARBER-SIZE HAIR TONIC, 

Vitalis, Krem!l, Wildroot, etc sa neeen 

HELENE CURTIS SPRAY NET ... .96; , ® Mirrors © Table Pads 

NYTOL Sleep Capsules Leccde' Ge ‘ ® Door & Mantel Mirrors 


CORICIDIN Tablets, 25s . . 78; Phene NO. 7-6687 


0 J&J Baby Oil, Lotion or Shampoo... . ; MIRROR & 

9 PERSONNA Injector Blades (10s)... .27; . T Y 

0 VITAFLUEF SHAMPOO soe en ; QUALI GLASS CO. 
TRAVEL TOOTHBRUSH KIT..... .77;3 B 3314 llth St., N.W. 


TON! HOME PERMANENT 
SUNBEAM Electric Razor, w/trade in 


$1.00 Natl. Famous Brand $1.00 Value, New Fall bik Sik» or (76) sana oR SE - - | 
POPPIT BEADS | j 
XMAS CARDS | Ds é 
— 2 


28c. 4 99 OR 5-IN-ONE gy | 
c, & boum VVC 28c, 4 '« 99e et , | 3 
ENROLL NOW | oh > 
FOR TEEN-AGE IN a.’ 


CANDETTES Throat Lozenges, 10s .57; 3 for : 
8 | . 
‘% DANCE CLASSES 
/ 
6 
4 


BONADETTES, for Motion Sickness .97; 3 for 
BUFFERIN Tablets, 100s 8; 3 tor 
Weekly Lessons Only & MARY WORTH ~B y en Adien?- 
$7 Per Month ’ : 


COLGATE or GLEEM Tooth Paste.. ” : ; 
! | : : : , i 
Learning to dance in an . co roy | TELLING YOU WHICH A 


SIMLAC Powder, f Ib ‘89: 3 for 2.46 


GILLETTE Blue Blades, 20s 
JERGEN’S LOTION 48; 
Famous Double-edge Blades (100s) .44;3 for 1 
< 
c c ' Arthur Murfay dancing club TRAIN HE'LL EXPECT ‘= 
reve Sees eee Sra is lots of fun. Besides learn- | {SPECIAL DELIVERY FROM MARLBORO #70, | hbase uae 
COLOGNES and PERFUMES at DART! ing all the new steps, there COUSIN MARY!--. THAT MILLIONAIRES’ : 
Original Sealed Manufacturers’ Packages are many dancing parties | MAIL-ORDER HOUSE!.--PROBABLY 
Never Before! CHANEL No. 5 Cologne 2.67; 3 for 7.87 during the season. Classes | |ANNOUNCING ASPECIAL CLEARANCE , )PAN!:-- 
50 TWEED Cologne 94:3 ter 2.68 are forming now! Call for | SALEON MINK-TRIMMED BATH-TOWELS: 
125 YARDLEY Cologne .96; 3 tor 2.78 guest lesson and dance anal 
sperlli, Crepe de Chine end’ many others at Dart's Discounts ysis to determine which 
1) LUSTRE CREME SHAMPOO .....1.18;3 fer 3.38 group is best for you. En- | 
00 LUSTRE CREME SHAMPOO 0.» 58; 3 fer 1.58 | roliment for each class j | 
00 MEM SOAP of Austria,.12 varieties .77; 3 fer 2.17 | limited, so call today—EX- | 
| 25 NOXEMA SKIN CREAM, giant size .663 fer 1.99 | ecutive 3-4100. 
529 BATHROOM SCALE. Maa. Dia!.. 3.68; 3 for 10.99 


469 DR. WEST'S Tooth Brushes ..... .28;4 fer .99 | ARTHUR MURRAY 
1.10 LENTHERIC LIPSTICKS . es «27: 44or : 
62 BAYER ASBIRIN, Bottle of 100 ...42; 3 fer 1. EXecutive 3-4100 
79¢—Bag of Eight 1.25 LENTHERIC | Washington © Silver Spring 
/ Arlington ° Alexandria 
French Milled Soap LIPSTICKS 


28c, 4 ' 99e 27¢; 4 ' 97¢ 


SMILIN’ JACK 


f Yoult Love ovum 
ISLAND --- & 
LEGEND HAS fT THAT THE a PLANTATION =~ 


OLD SPICE After Shave ......e6 « 


Poo. 
Of ' : \OLD SPANISH GALLEON, “EL AUTIFUL BEACHES! JO | 
SEPAROL ites”. Tota ae How MILK Can Help You Om BONITO, SANK NEAR : = io 


PLOVAC Bulk Laxative ‘ 47; . | a= 200 ~~ 
MISS CLAIROL, Regular ....... T7; | A ad E 2 : 
OGILVE SISTERS Shampoo 98; 3 fer 2. | VOl a gue 
LENTHERIC Night Work Cleanser .27;4 fer . | asitnetes aie a a 
Many industrial firms provide milk for their 
SAVE UP TO 1/3 ON SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
2.00 PAPERMATE Piggy Back Pens ...1.28;3 for 3. | employees because a number of tests prove that 
595 PARKER “21” Pens |" "3.99: 3 for 11. drinking milk helps avoid fatigue. If you're 
2.95 LUNCH BOXES, with Thermos ..1.68; 3 for 4 tired of feeling tired, gi! letting milk restore 
’ your energy. Drink at least three glasses of 
oye ee nad ryt key delicious fresh milk each day, plus a glass at 
3.75 K460 (8-mm.) Mag., col., 50 ft. 3.18; 3 
2.40 No. 135 (35-mm) 20 exp. ...1.58;3 
1.56 West. No. 5 Flash Bulbs, 12s . .99;3 
ALL KODAK CAMERAS AND SETS 25% 


An 


Sav aces CAP 


ec onpenence~ Serr ee | 


G@* 


a bedtime to help you sleep better. See if soon 
for 4. you don’t wake up fresh as a daisy and feel 
for 2. fit as a fiddle all day! 


SPONSORED IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST BY 
THE MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA 
MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION 

@ Guaranteed Fresh Original Manufacturer's Package. No Repackes. 


@ Mail Orders Accepted at 18th and Col. Ra Cas. Add 25Se Postage. 
@ Hundreds of other Vitamins Not Listed at Equally Deep Discounts. 


- 


St 


Vitamin ; 
Vitamin 
Vitamin * 
Vitamin “ 
Vitamin “ 
Vitamin “ 
Vitamin “ 
Vitamin — 5 
THERAPEUTIC FORMULA bE DO er ara 

Rach Capsule containe 25.000 units Vit. “A; 1.000 units Vil. “ 

mg. Vil B-]" se , “a 


SSSSS333 


ae: Pe 
i, Sai ‘ oe z 

Ry ; } 

ay . 

. ve 


>” a gewe = era Wet pratense ic 
me. Bit. “B- mo. Vi | The only COMPLETEL os : 
Soamen S e e e in the City Under Rabbinical Council Supervision DIXIE DUGAN wat By McEvoy and Striebel 
3 BlIY KOSHER! B rl it wr Zip 7 SENOR ROLANDO ES BELLO—MUY 
13.50 THERA 12-M VITAMINS BUY KOSHER! BUY U. S. CHOICE! IT” COSTS LESS! & [\\'¢ (ga - 7 =) perio 
100 HIGH-POTENCY THERAPEUTIC VITAMINS ommmmmmms STRICTLY KOSHER see = 
nits, Vit, "D's joee uniter, Thiamin HC, 9 ma _ U.S. “CHOICE”--U. 3. “PRIME" 
em ee Wy ae Sane 
Niacanamide, 100 me.; Calcium, 80 me.; s i 
morons 665 mo; Feb, 2 se. poet. Mi Bei INK RIB CHOPS «<u = 686 
per. 7 me.; Zinc, 14 me.; Maguesiom, 3.546 me. 3 fer 12.47 L RIB CHOPS 2nd Cut th. 39e 
POLY-VI-SOL (Mead's) SOcc, 2.78 7. | ; SHOULDER CUTLETS » 69e 
“Vi- OGG BF zcedercese ° ° . 
GERITOL (Liquid or Tablets) 78 10. | cans VEAL BREAST » 190 
Miles ONE-A-DAY Tablets 


TROPHITE Tablets, $.K. & F. .... 
STUART FORMULA Tablets .... 


CLUSIVOL Liquid, Ayers... -16 of, 2.68 9.98 commen STRICTLY KOSHER semen |) Oy 4 
THERAGAN, Squibbs 100 5.66 16. LOCALLY DRESSED POULTR SB 
RUBRAGAN, Saute 60 3. . YEARLINGS * 39¢ 7 
NOVAGRAN uibbs ; . 
1. Lane | HARGES 
FAMOUS LEDERLE VITAMINS NO ADDED ¢ 
PULLETS » 59 


GEVRAL, Lederle 100 5. 

PRONEMIA, Lederle 
CAPONS » §9¢ 
TURKEYS » §9¢ 


PRONEMIA, Lederle 
FROZEN EVISERATED 


STRESSCAPS, Lederle 
DELICATESSEN 


PERIHEMIN, Lederle ‘ 
aA KOSHER BRAND 


a 
“3s 


deere 


PRENATAL (Capsules), Lederle 
VI-MAGMA, Caps., Lederle .. 100 2 
LEDERPLEX (Capsules or Tab.) 100 


METHISCOL Capsules, U.S. Vit. . 100 
VISYNERAL (Adults), U.S. Vit. .. 
VISYNERAL (Drops), U.S. Vit. .. 
VI-TRINS, Hemalinic U.S. Vit. .. 
CLUSIVOL, Capsules Ayerst ... 
BEMINAL FORTE, “C” Ayerst .. 
UNICAPS, Upjohn 100 
UNICAPS, Upjohn 

UNICAPS, Upjohn ....e.+s-- 
UNICAPS-M, Upjohn 

UNICAP Therapeutic, Upjohn ... 
ZYMACAPS, Upjohn 2 


vVeonwn ‘ 
SSSs3ssss 


PAS WS 
Sos 


wnNwuw 
=~e 


wNevVea~w 


teas 


s 


wo 


ORO EDOOMUE UNE OUDLYOWN® 


& 


eu sae 


~wWnoun 
3333 


: 


ADCETS, Walker . 
VITAMOIDS, Walker 
VI-DAYLIN, Abbort 

DAYAMIN, Abboth ........«.. 
IBEROL FILMTABS, Abbott .... 


s 


333Se5533¢3 


. 


BEX ‘isn’ sinate' Wa whe 
VITERRA TASTITABS, Roerig ... 


See ese Nese rssessei—ss 


S8es8S3333' 
pebbsssciie 


ae 
— 


! 
54 


% e es 
* 


7 
7 


— a % ) | THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
TNCHR DOL) muscle PAIN Yet! How fo. AN Thre, Sone 1 86 GL 


en Keep Well | prrrcermemerecsnemss = § ssites jeaptiao 


| : : HEY="THIS PART STILL HAS A ROOF \poiige 
TEMPLE SCHOOL hn haaignsic Roh and Counter-iritagt ~ |” D*. Theodore R. Van Dellen) FSS SHELVES 1 


To the limit of space, questions) 
pertaining -to the prevention of 


ANF Beee e288 @ ‘‘lZ \disease willbe answered. Per- 


‘sonal replies will be made when, j==eee = if | : : i 
by “Known for Quality and Service” — = ) 1 = L >> . ¥ AE \\, 5 
; " i) v\\ | 


return stamped envelope is in- 
closed. Telephone inqutries not 


é - -- =— <> - — 3 F . = ; - *« — 4 : . |! 
a © ‘accepted. Dr. Van Dellen will = , >” a ee ene MT, 
Marinoff & Pritt not make diagnoses or prescribe K— | b) Fn ae re G 
for individual diseases. ; | | . Vo ~~? : ates 
KOSHER SUPER MARKET | DON'T FEAR OLD AGE | hy} rahe wa . ‘ > A, 

499 995 ‘ | The health of an old person |, 


is the sum of all the physical 

and emotional problems of his 

earlier years. This is not as bad 
CLOSE FRIDAY, 3 P.M.—CLOSED SATURDAY ff as it sounds because the ma--—si Bupie 
OPEN 9 A.M. SUNDAY jority reach the 65th birthday| 

in good health. The body is rug-| TTT 
‘ged and, with reasonable care,| f[ 


STRICTLY 5D "Sd KOSHER 


an c will last a reasonable length of| 

wae time, 
FANCY FRYERS ny " Ib. 3 9 | But this does not mean that | 
Ib. ; our senior citizens have the) 
FANCY PULLETS wn wee Oe —— [/\ physical and emotional resili-| 
VEAL SALE? LAMB SALE! lence of a youngster. This lack 
PRIME OR CHOICE ONLY ' QuALiTY LAMS Gray of bounce has led many per-| 
SHOULDER CHOPS ..'b. 45 | RIB CHOPS ~ th B%e sons to dread old age, regard-| 
RIB CHOPS .. ...tb. 59¢ | SHOULDER CHOPS .. tb. 69¢ Bing it as a period of sickness,’ 
CUTLETS _y.s. tb. 79e | SHANKS or NECKS ...'b. 15¢ @ disability, pain, and general de-’ 
BREAST (whole) _ Ib. 15e | BREASTS lb. Se ae > . nia 
7. bit St ibs , Several weeks ago, while 
ALL-BEEF HAMBURGER 3 98c driving down the boulevard 
DELICATESSEN with a friend, we passed a rest 
HEBREW NATIONAL PRODUCTS home where several elderly 
SALAMI-CHICKEN SALAMI-MIDGETS -sosee+-+ MD. 79E Bimen and women were sitting 
eT ee eater aa moaaamantas. ~ B motioniess on the front porch 


PASTRAM Va tb. 65¢ | or FRANKS ..... ! My companion, pointing to the 
—— scene, commented: “That's 


STRICTLY KOSHER A " 
COOKED CORN BEEF or TONGUES ..... oe eae poet tne pad — ee NATURALLY, YOU YOUNG NEITHER YOU NOR THE 
Combination Kraft American & Tiger Brand imp. Swiss : poet, by telling him that they might —7 FOOL ST YOURE GOING TO BE VICE-PRESIDENT WILL BE AS 
MUENSTER CHEESE Ib. 49¢ | GRUYERE CHEESE ~ sis. 39¢ Bin having fun living and as-| A BACHELOR PRESIDENT .”” TO GET ANY WORK DONE? 
| Grenadesia Flat or Rolled sOciating with people their own : EVERY GIRL. IN AMERICA 
| ANCHOVIES .. ... 2 cans 29¢ Hf) age, But this is beside the point. ONLY SENSIBLE THING 
Memoric!| Mox's Frozen Reo. Statistics show that only three: rv 
CANDLES 3 for 25¢ MEAT KREPLACH , Pig. _ §% leer cent of the men and wom- TO DO.: = 
Mother's or Manischewitz Libby's 46 on. en in the United States over! 
BORSCHT 2 Jars 39¢ | PINEAPPLE JUICE 2 cons 47¢ Bi three score and five are insti-| Ip 
Soirit of Norwoy Norwegian ) Piller Rock Sockeye 3 con 49e tutionalized. This is more signif-| J 
SARDINES con 21¢ 5 cams 95¢ | RED SALMON 2 cans 95¢ Biicant than we realize because 
HOMOGENITED oS iin | Secltést! —~S*~*~*~“—s:SS Nk wn, na. MIC 1900 the number of per-| 
SEALTEST MILK on 226 | COTTAGE CHEESE Gn. 23¢ Bisons in this age bracket has 
Po aT Seen. ——~on. .. . mounted, Over half of the insti-| 
AJAX CLEANSER 2 cons 21¢ 2 size 29¢ Bitutionalized are in homes for 
We Reserve the Right te Limit Quantities. No Sales te Dealers. the aged and a smaller percent-| 
Prices Effective Thursday, August 16, Through Sunday, Sept. 16. age are in mental hospitals. 
| On any given day, 14 out of 
‘100 persons 65 or older become 
disabled. But then, five out of) 
every 100 in the general popu- 36 
. : i+ 


_s , > — ’ » , ] ‘ ". ' 
o> vA lation do the same. On the other) LZ i : ; : 
E_OobD 4 FAR hand, sickness and disability) aenmenn | a : Se ee 

rer IA ‘are not as great a problem to!) | , | 

yet the oldster as he thinks. True,'fore resorting to more drastic VANOW-] [THATS WHY WERE NEVER CAUGHT..| [WE CHANGE OUR | | WONDER 

yy Dag hee ange Bod a thy illness measures? These scars can be MARGOT DON'T WORRY BUT ITS | || PLANT SOMETHING ON A STOOGE] | APPEARANCE SUGHTLY/ WHO THE | 

> | But oe Ta ae stay removed by dermabrasion or |VOUR PRETTY HEAD ABOUT | CRUEL~| | WHILE EVERYONES WATCHING EACH TIME-THEN NOX POOR 


awake at night thinking about plastic surgery. But this is not THOSE POOR WOMEN’ OR HER, WE OPERATE! ONE'LL RE witl BE 
XTRA their sojourn with the grim| advised unless they are unsight.| (OUR RACKETS OVER ‘ ¥ 


reaper. There are “WOrTY jy and capnot be camouflaged 
MILEAGE warts” in every age group and by cosmetics. : 


New York Smoked Bxtre 
WHITE FISH §Lerge tb. 7% 


SSS — 


men and women who were over- ao 1 
ly concerned with dying when| CO-SEASONAL “SHOTS” © vA (. 
, they were 40 do not change; nN. 1. writes: Is it dangerous 

when they become old and frail. tins i | 

50% less than the cost Disorders, thet plamne thet? t#ke hay fewer shots during 
. t pias the pollen season? ) 

golden years often can be cor- - | 


of new tires and tubes rected or brought under con-| REPLY 


trol. These include many dis-| Small amounts of pollen ex- 
orders of the heart, prostate,'tract are tolerated but large! MA. 


NEW? TREADS fieyes, and the urinary tract as|. cunts may not be. This is! 


well as diseases like high blood 
pressure, diabetes, and arthri-|@" individual problem best de-| 


and NEW TUBES tis. cided by the physician in) GASOLINE ALLEY 


Treatment brings relief of the charge. = ~ 
disabilities associated with} (Copyright. 1986. Chicase Tribune) | Pen, .. ow rule, "6s $7 : 


Marge —no girls 
these conditions such as pain, : ) 
x» aching, generalized weakness,| ike below the oe md j 
shortness of breath, dizziness,| ing? s | 
trea [ack of endurmee, urinary tre Washington 4h 


and your quency, and visual changes. 


recoppanie te Bl) Tomorrow: AN emergency Rag, & Bag Co. 
| 


artificial kidney. 


GOODFJYEAR 222 2rec) “om 
MRS. W. writes: C thing : 
. done about Sou sestt ination LI. 6-5562 


on my S8year-old daughter's 


1. 4 iyi ig i) ) 4.) 
XTRA MILEAGE NEW TREADS! fscsssisv sie] at fo | eee vit 


. , . | REPLY : ; 
applied on sound Tire Bodies Yes, but they may fade so Religious Holiday 


why not wait a few years be- 


a Le > le . 2 —_————— <p _ — 


New treads and new tubes THEY'LL DO IT 


low priced in other sizes tool Daily Crossword Puzzle Portraits 


Goodyear material and tread design, plus ACROSS Solution te Yesterday's Puzzle By James J. Metcalfe 


Goodyear approved equipment and meth- | Love Is Our Wealth 


iis 38 Worship 
ods, assure the most mileage for the least | 1 Smudge . 
3 | 6Heroic story 39 Cereal grain ; : : = Tonight I was so 


money. t Animals in : 
10 oo An 40 mee temptéd, dear ... To pack 


: | 4 | 
$4 DOWN... AS LITTLE AS $1.25 A WEEK! B14 armed body 41 Learning : and go away... And || 
* | of men 42 Football po- never see your face again || HIM TELL IT? WITH MY EXPERIENCE 
* *f Ze 15 Steep sition Until a brighter day AS OW WELL. 
See our ‘. if /, rugged 43 Daunt ‘ eee g WIN IN A WALK! THIS 
rantee / hudd , . «+ Until somehow I had IS RIGHT DOWN MY 
gva rock 44 Shudder ; 
right on 16 Freezer 46A prohibl attained .. . A fabulous VERANDA! 
a tread 17 At the least _ tion succers ... And so become 


EVERY TIME 


provocation: 47 Sturdy tree the hero who . . . Could 
6 words 48 Spanish gold give you happiness . “ } 
20 Female deer 49 More or less : was so disappointed in >. 
. My progress slow and 
al | poor... I thought that it 
4 | 23 Mistakes r 40 Fish limb was far beyond ... Your 
epewres 7 § 25 Wartime 58 Now that = 42 Large deer | tience to endure... 
; ean 6agency remember: 5 43 Late ut when I held you in my 
(26 Annoy words ‘| arms... And gazed into 
| 19 Roll up Kaiser's 
27Lay down 62 Candid 24 A little place of | your eyes... I felt you 
e \y | asphalt 63 Caution leisure: 2 exile . ay pl ge — a: 
© F w Ww nanc KOO 
Jy > oe meget — a a > se gg ‘|... And also if I went Qa, ‘ 
va | particle 48 Yellow - + + I might return : 


Dont bet Caught f 


~~ 36 Prohibit 66 Watchers 22 Years of pigment too late .. . I love you, 
37 Beehive | 


67 Kitchen — one’s life 50 Bid | dear, with all my heart 
+ } state gadget 29 Lusterless 51 Down from .» » Please, set our wed 
Ol] ly Wht DOWN 30 Must Boston | ding date. 
. 31 Squirrel 52 Enroll 


1Garden tool merged rock shrew 53 Lighter prea Ine. “All rights reserved. 


. Play safe with a 2 Source of chain 32 Buggy 54 Expectation 
P 6 Scratch 


: power 33 Lame 55 End of a r : 
ALI-WEATHER BATTERY | Sz Ses" see. ei, Le Sy ali 
Deluxe : ether mp ree 35 Greater 57 Omit 


4 Tough quantity 
elastic wood 10 Editors 36 Wicked =e 


by GOODFYEAR ez awed sub 11 Pain 39 Undivided ¢1 Mouths 
He a ee 


o'¢ Dettery 


ASK ABOUT OUR . . | | i ae 
36-MONTH GUARANTEE! 3S = ? Bian 
Sete gio ace, Neale | DT =A, 

Foon ia tenes wee) eee | 

leaves a stranded! id ots wo ot a ee wt oF 
TPC OPC) 

GOODFYEAR FCCC CCE 

f { 


SERVICE STORES ae a 
1415 22nd St. N.W. _ DE. 2.5700 Ra ve 


1204 King St., Alex., Va. Kl. 9-2691 | fr ra 
«STORE HOURS 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. | 


L 
. 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Thursday, September 13, 1956 — 


. 
> 


., 
The 
Second Thoughts On 

Changing Seasons 


AFTER a week of crisp 
days and chilly nights the 
weather seems to be turning 
warmer again. In the space of 
a few days « 
we've had a 
foretaste of 
autumn and 
a ‘quick re- 
turn to more 
summery 
tempers 
tures. It's 
been just 
enough of a 
vacillation to 
set a man to Bill Geld 
wondering 
which season he prefers (as 
if that’s going to have any 
éffect on what the weather- 
man will actually send us). 


Personally, I am primari- 
ly a warm wedther boy. I 
take my baseball at the 

Stadium, but my football 
in front of a mice cheery 
TV set. And I wouldn't 
give a nickel for all the 
skiing and winter sports 
in the world. 

But there is much to be 
said on behalftof the colder 
seasons. Tap water is fit to 
drink again, and some of the 
gnats and flies and insects 
of summer have gone to 
their reward. Hay fever suf- 
ferers can look .forward to 
the first frost, and those who 
enjoy tennis and golf can 
engage in their favorite ex- 
ercise for a couple of hours 


a 
. id 
*-* 


without sunstroke 
or worse. 

Our air conditioning ma- 
chine has been turned off, 
and the bedroom windows 
unsealed. 

All summer long we 
slept In mechanically 
chilled air—air that had 
been dehumidified, depol- 
lenized, and scientifically 
denuded of everything but 
its basic chemical proper- 
ties. This week our bed- 
room smells soft and 
green again, as September 
air should. The birds wake 
us before the clock does. 

I ‘like my summer suits 
better than the winter 
weights. And I'll miss the 
swimming, and baking in the 
sun. In a couple of weeks the 
tan I worked on so hard will 
have faded into a poolroom 
pallor. 

But my beard won't grow 
as fast, and the lawn won't 
need mowing or watering. 

Then, in a few months, it 
will really get cold. The 
birds will be gone, and we'll 
be awakened instead by an 
icy draft stabbing through 
the gray morning light. 

That'll be my cue to pull 
the covers over my head 
and say: “Don’t wake me 
until the house and the 
coffee are approximately 
the same temperature.” 
Til turn over and knock 
eut another hour of lux- 
urious sleep. For an hour, 
at least, I'll be the richest 
man in the world. 

Yessir, as long as we have 
no choice in the matter, win- 
| ter isn’t so bad after all. 

cos 

TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS 

Greetings to David E. Fin- 
ley, Guy Farmer, Rep. Mar- 

| guerite S. Church and Rep. 
| George Meader. 
) ows 

GIVE-AWAYS 

Affectionate, 


risking 


housebroken 
kittens (Juniper 82149). 
Beautiful kittens (Woodley 
66835). Cute, housebroken 
kitten (Woodley 6-3706). Male 
dog, has had shots (Jefferson 


DISTRICT LINE iyBittGotd 


4-6000, extension 420). Gentle, 
trained beagle (Juniper 7- 
7918). Lively kittens (Jack- 
son. 59054). (in each of to- 
day's Give-Away letters, a 
dollar or two was inclosed 
for Children’s Hospital.) 


ow 
THIS IS WASHINGTON 
The Langley Park Liquors 


store at 7974 New Hampshire | 


ave. is listed in the telephone 


book as being in Hyattsyille. | 


The Langley Park Hardware 


YOU REALLY THINK 


store. 26 numbers removed, | 


at 8000 New Hampshire, is 
listed as being in Silver 
Spring. But the. Langley 
Park Barber Shop, two doors 
away, at. 8004 New’ Hamp- 
shire, is back in Hyattsville 
again. 


Apparently the telephone | 


. company refuses to become 
involved in the squabbles 
which beset these crazy 
mixed-up neighborhoods. 

Starting with the 6300 
block of New Hampshire, 
the phone company gives 
you a choice. You can call 
your address- “Adelphi, 
Adelphi Heights, Hillan- 
dale, Hyattsville, Langley 
Park, Silver Spring, Ta- 
koma Park, West Hyatts- 
ville or White Oak.” Take 
your choice. Be our guest. 

ow 

SHE'S OLD ENOUGH 

Mrs. John W. Gaskins of 

5619 York lane, Bethesda, 
tells me that at breakfast the 
other morning her husband 
looked up from the comic 
pages to inquire: “What's 
this about Little Orphan 
Annie being in the big 
drink?”  . 

Somebody gave him a 


quick fill-in about how Annie | 
had gone for a boat ride | 
shortly after getting out of | 


the hospital. 

“What was she in the hos- 
pital for,” asked John 
sweetly, “hardening of the 
arteries?” 


- JUDGE PARKER 


WAS GOING TO SMACK | TIME 


‘MARK 


GOO? MORNING, 

SON.’ HAVE A 

GOOP NIGHT ’S 
REST? 


WONDERFUL’ 
BY THE WAY, 
DAV, I JUST 
PHONED CINDY.’ > >> 
IP LIKE YOU TO. 
MEET HER’ 


(I WANT \ SUPPOSE WE PROP 
TO... VERY _} BY YOUR CHAMBERS” 
MUCH ./ / ABOUT NOON/COULP 
<A YOU TAKE US TD 
LUNCH? 


~ JOE PALOOKA 


MEANWHILE... 


By Paul Nichols 


SOMETHING 


WITH A JUDGE, / MAKE YOU LOOK 


MOM + 


‘ ty a “ a oe a 
7 Oh YP - ee “A ~ 

Z Villy MOd EAA ae Ft ALG 76 La 

2 SA 


= > 
OH, MR. LEEMY...PLEASE= \“, 


YER RIGHT 
BEEYOUT! 


MO Ot um 


FERD’NAND———s 


¢ ON BRIDGE | 


y * 


Both vulnerable. East deals. 
NOR 


to get out of the lead in-| 
nocuously and wait for his two 


iclub tricks to defeat the con- 
| tract 
| Only one player succeeded 
‘in bringing in the game and 
ihe did so by betting on a very) 
long shot, but he chose a jong) 
‘shot which had been overlooked: 
by the other players. To place 
ithe king of spades in the West 
hand seemed entirely too re- 
‘mote, so he projected a play 
which would win if East held 
‘the king of spades only once 
a {guarded ae 
= | He cashed the ace of spades 
. '. bidding: West North ‘and ran only two hearts. He 
diamond Fass = Desde | then got out with e which, 
Pass Pass saddled East with the lead. East 
_|was helpless. A club return 
Three of Dis would set up dummy’s.king and 


DONALD DUCK 


=ee<> 


“a 


YES, Bie! : | 1 Al Ali |] Ih 
e : . i} : if 
ie 


: 


~<a 
wmFo 


BENNING 
ROAD NE 


“7 
~ 


Opening lead: 
monds. 


It is well known that aimless 
conversation at the card table 
can be damaging to the idle prat- 
tler, for a sharp opponent will 


a diamond continuation would 
permit declarer to ruff in the) 
dummy as he discarded onp of] 


his two clubs from the South! F 


frequently put the gratuitous in- 
formation to good use. Yet 5) ee a Ce ee 
player who with perfect pro- 
/priety sits by and holds his 
peace may become the victim of 
his own discretion. In today’s 
hand, culled from a recent tour- 
nament, West can harfily be 
considered craven for passing 
his partner’s opening bid, yet a 
shrewd declarer using silence as 
a clue, turned the tables against 
him to bring in a seemingless 
hopeless contract. : 
est opened the three of dia- 
monds. East won with the ace : 
and returned the 7. The South -*4 
players, on winning the second) :~ 
trick, took, a dim view of their :“ 
prospects. Four losers appeared : 
almost inevitable, but on the re-) 
mote chance that West held the’ «. 
king of spedes, they took that) :: 
finesse at once, East had merely | 


- = 


sare pres et a 
ox”. 


yet see sens eneree, 


car? 


2 Ae RS 
. birthda 
TRAD . | MARCH 21 to APRIL 
-* 4 Your planet Mare & very well aapected 
‘teday. A mood se to pes? 
va ins—especially fine , | 
maritime matters: also social work and) 
community affair ' 
| APRIL 21 to MAY 21 (Teurus)-—Ti- 
. oF lox - 
¥. 
a will win. 
1 ¢ in!) ) 
; 5 elmost any ted is 
inventive, 
me 22 te IO. ( — 
toda ce 
Geadiness. Don't 
So 
. ma 
into 
AvOG. 
Bne 


24 
b 
4 to 
on 4 
. 't 
4 to 


ae ey eee 


v2 ai . 
rs OD 2. TR : 


3 DAYS ONL 
\ PRAFF 


¢ your OLD 
SEWING MACHINE $4 00-°° 
IS WORTH ove (regardless 


of make. age or Condition) 


473X8=3784 4\X35*1435 
S7X2i=1827 351X9 «3159 
93X1S=1395 S8IX27= 2187 
EACH ANSWER REPEATS THE 
OIGITS OF THE ORIGINAL 
NUMBERS 


AUTOMATIC | 
World's Finest 
In a Beautiful 
Craftsman Cabinet 
or Portable Models 


exciting pearl trimmed collar 
accents the beauty of this 


| Flattering Black Fashion 


MADE TELLING 
ALRIME 
DEATH f 


te bt ee 


ae 


ean. rt | 
Emer 


NO DOWN MONEY ii 


7TH AND D/STREETS N.W.~ 
| MINNESOTA A AT BENNING NU. \ 


OPEN TONITE ‘TIL 9 


a 


n bag! 


fi ‘ - * « . : ? 
5 ; : ‘ ten : rr 
a2 vs 


e 


; : ty ,, ny 
Ed Dodd The W Round THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
By Ed | £5 ashington Merry-Go- he a eae | 


€/, . ? - 
=| Affairs at Home open tonite ‘TIL 9 
Trou ble Nasser : OPEN sacar Pbistmneg AND FRIDAY 


| Drew Pearson is touring the Middle East. During his absence OTHER DAYS OPEN ‘til 6:00 
MA Ssoery. ’ G 4 > 

¥ f w\ Ais column f@ being written by his associate. OPEN EVERY DAY, AT 9 
Ma. RAYBURN’S OUT 


Pp | 
OF TOWN...HE ASKED ME \ : =, ; By Jack Anderson 


° r 
TO TAKE CARE OF “vou, 
As a possible long-range solu-|He also fears poultry proces- ec } rn er 
tion to the Suez crisis the Westisors might get slapped with a 


f a 
+ | & SMITH...1M GORT OF A a! te « 
< aw » I. STRANGER WERE MYSELF / - 7 imay build a parallel canalirigid Federal inspection pro- 


ee RIP KIRBY vy ~~ through Israel from the Medi-|gram, which would raise pro- , 
. Sd terranean to 4 [cessing costs. 
r ae YES, MRS. NELSON THERE. (TS \ IT WL TAKE) THE WARM DOCTOR, | Though few housewives on 
A PEW (CLOTHS MISS HILTON . 
ORINK | 


4 
tie i 


MA. TRAN....MY NAME'S 


YOU WILL FIND IT | |OOWN.,.BUT I TO RELAX | | WHAT'S THE $0 os . } | know it, there is no compulsory 
3) NOT UNPALATABLE : MINUTES. , OF STRUGGLE | gineers believe ‘Federal inspection but only a 
AND PERFECTLY J. , ARE READY... 7 ~| it can be com- @ \voluntary program for poultry 


pleted in two ) = > | products. This means most 
to three years. y \chickens that the housewives Wwe 
Dictator Nas- | | buy have not been Government 


ser isn’t en “Se = ¥ | \¢hecked for sanitation and 


ee OUR 19-IN. ROTARY MOWER 


hapa Candidate 


Washington W hirl—Presi- ; 
g Jack Anderson dent Eisenhower ts mulling We Service 
F enough to consolidate his hold over a list of names to fill the What 
> ‘on the country ... Nasser is Supreme Court vacancy. Most 
Me having trouble with the WAFD, | surprising name on the list: Ex-'wy, ¢oii7 
the followers of dethroned Secretary of Defense Louis 
King Farouk who formerly Johnson, a Democrat .. . sparks 
‘were in power; also the Moslem | are ~~ Benge tag J —- 
Peper yy eh ene . Brotherhood, the rightwing fa- “@tTy Wiser Drucker an s 
fe nr gh A aod Cc Wy, | natics who would like to gain Chief of Staff, Gen. Maxwell 
| 1 DON'T THINK SO... A FOUNTAIN . A power... Even the starry-eyed Taylor. Each thinks the other 
| BUT LOOK WHAT PEN? poet f Sani ~ university professors and stu-, 4s been encroaching too much 

\ SHE DID TO THIS : | « ‘| \dents, who rabidly supported his authority ... 

; Nasser in the beginning, are be-|_.Despite denials, President 
coming disillysioned. They Eisenhower formally accepted 
have a* feeling he has over. *" invitation to address the 
promised. ae sy nate — 
; month. was carpenters’ boss 
Fog ghah wed — Maurice Hutcheson who with- 


‘mortgaged Egypt's cotton crops, 1re¥ the invitation. Reason: 


He was sore over Vice Presi- 
for Red arms. This has left the) 404+ Nixon's renomination . . . 


‘beountry with no uncommitted 
i | The Justice Department is try- 
‘resources for years to come. ing to hold up indictments in 
Poultry Sean the Chicago tax scandal unt 
~~ * Ae 41! ry dal after the election. Too many ° 
: eo SSS TARE - om | The poultry industry is in a high gpg | — = © 90-Day Warranty Effective Thru 
TEVE ROPER | ~ |tizzy over the warning, first|involved, a reminder to the 
pili sol By Saunders and Overgard ‘published fm this tolumn, that Public that tax scandals didn’t July 1, 1957. 
ri ed Od Ou | At SPO , JUST ONCE MORE, Papas \ W@/ 1 DOWT KNOW HOW HE Gor 26 ae ong possed, from Pag the Truman Adminis- Look at the extra value you get | 
Seed | fu IT YOU~-AN HIT YOu ‘| |poultry to people, yet only one- on with this low-cost, work-saving | 
PAPA /... come Ky MIKE fourth of the chickens and tur-|_ Ex-Maritime planning chief), 416H.P. “CLINTON” | 


, T's 
‘ ; ak - : . ‘keys eaten in this count James Mooney, who partici- 
OUR HERE.” aoe ; “y 9 tered Bed vey x hide ar pated in recommendations that|gas engine mounted on & heavy | 


In an attempt to hush up the Denefited Esso Shipping Co. to |steels frame—trouble-free clutch @ Sorry, No Phone or 
lecandal, Jeune Gwin of the the tune of $1.5 million, has\assembly — trimmer-type blade » fail Orders 
‘Poultry and Egg National|sone to work for an Ess0\aecien found only on the most |] PAY $ 
‘Board has mailed a confiden- SUDsidiary . . . Maritime Ad-| expensive mowers—and the | ONLY 5 DOWN 


f 
i | 
| f | : | ) ministrator Clarence Morse 
| | a + >a jel. meme to poultry proces- has assured this column, how- blade tips are replaceable. 


ere | 


i™ iY > wr . —— “Please keep in mind that'a| ©¥e?: that Mooney did not have’ 
See SS cy ~ ie @ \controversial issue brought out|*e final say-so and that the 
= Aa & | = ; . ‘into the open could, under cer- recommendations were ap- 
7 = \ tain conditions, ultimately Proved by everyone concerned, 
yo 1 a cause more harm than good,” yeeene F ond and the 
ae “y cOmptroller obit 
snk. \\ WA i ithe memo advises. | 
MICKEY FINN 


A. 


“This is an inner industry Democrats intended to duck 


t By Lank Leonard matter,” Gwin adds. “Please do wea daw ny nea ay yg 
; —— not permit publication of it in y 6 ‘ ‘F N 
LL \ LET'S See! THe Last any form.” ‘s platform plank opposing U. N. 
WELL, I GUESS THIS Gwin believes the best way membe-ship 4 ——— 

THIS 1S GETTING 1S WHERE WE START ‘| jto handle the adverse publicity Communists. . ns 
A LITTLE EMBARRASSING, $6420! WERE He “the less said the better.” cuange their minds was a dev- 
SHARP —WITH THEM HOT > Re dh ews -\astating pamphle, “Invasion 
HAVING WOM A HOLE Yer! 916 10 MOUNT rw : Oa ‘He acknowledges in his memo, 4i.:+” by ex-Ambassador to 
| Deum ; |however, that the poultry in- Japan, Joseph Grew. A expose 
idustry, may be forced to fight! o¢ China's drive on the U. N. 
‘the pamphlet was quietly cir- 
What worries him is that ocratic 
publicity about diseases spread ee eee sapleee at: 
by poultry might reduce sales.) copyright, 1996, Bell Syndicate. Ine. 


ial b LES <I YEH laces 3 DON’T PAINT 
Sr a Pas AP OS Tea wats Your Outside Frame Walls Again tan oh 


. cal cea By letting us install one of | Warrant . 
; bee Se KK WE beso , WE SERVICE 
ANDINA WAY _| BROTHER was . iE s Stress modern wall wrfacings Ping iat WHAT WE SELL 


7 ee —e—e———_ 


@ Johns-Manrille Asbestos Shingles 
® Insulated Brick er Stene 

© Insulum Aluminum Clapboard 

® Bend Stene Veneer 


FREE ESTIMATE Call HU. 3-6400 


in Alexandria Call Ki. 9-9130 


Spree “ ; — 
| v er RR x 1834” Wiessnsia Ave. MW. COMPLETE WITH 
\ - ‘df ; : Over 26,000 Satisfied Cutsomers LEAF MULCHER 
- re, ‘f: : | Seen tiaMt ome 3 2 nia 6 i 


EIN. 
29 a) Pee aut.” . 
,¥ aa . {i a be et i | 


“I ’ *? 4a race | ww 


£6 
L\ on 
SEN 


bac eaacnacuaccacecaccceacegs 


‘In Observance of YOM KIPPUR 
POSINS’ WILL CLOSE 2 P.M. FRIDAY, SEPT. 14th 


: REOPEN 8 A. M. SUNDAY, SEPT. 16th 
sTFILTE FISH 
Cima 3 29") wenn 
: 3  40c = 75¢ 
MAX'S MEAT 7»; oz. 59° nC RANISCHEW TE 
(ee ‘fo—— IR KREPLACH pkg. % 43c % 85c “2° 1.65 
| By Buford Tune | SOUP NUTS 2» 25¢) T°... ? ne 29¢ 
ISN'T HE THAT'S JUST A B on ns cuacviw SOUPS ks 
> . CARBON SPY /) | REsTRET’S CHICKEN S00 2 35¢ 


> KREPLACH—CLEAR—NOODLE—RICE—MATZO BALL 
WHAT BUODY WROTE PAPE ‘ i =4 | ' 
ON HIS PAPER / “~\ ate 7 | eee oe mt HAOLAM IMPORTED 
= Swiss 602 pkg. 39 . 


-o1., 6 TAD pkgs 
6 on. DANISH EAD pkg. 39% 
} _ SWISS GRUYERE pkg. 49¢ 
CHEESE tc 106} gricen sanomves 2% 29 


pontine mtn dee A ~ 
cuvtts STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 3 |. $1.00 


Cutlets lb. 49¢ 


‘Round Bone Cutlets Ib. S7e 
69 


21-inch Self 
Propelled Mower 


Pay Only $10 Down, Balance Monthly "" 


SKRisPiT-KOSHER ai 3 Full 21” trimmer type “Clinton” 
‘BEEF BACON u% 43¢} Cooked Tongue « 89c=......5 mower (side ejection). List Price 
COOKED CORN BEEF ete. 79°= Powertul 2%-h.p. engine, deycle, | $149.95 


with recoil starter. Fingertip con- 


be tel fer euch dive and thot. 699” 


‘ 
te. 55° men, FURS rue. Large 16°. areve 
ib. raow Tie” “a |wheels with sem!-pneumatic tires, 
ute was sioms (oh: © 98 90-day warranty effective thru' | Leaf Mulcher included 


Sion, ee ee 
Apple Honey CupUakes 6 ~ 29°: 


| THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
64 Thursday, September 13, 1956 


THE CONVERTIBLE 
AUTO COAT WITH 
HOOD THAT GOES 
UP OR DOWN 


19” 


No speed-limit for the 
guto coat that dashes 
ground campus, com- 
mutes .. . goes over Ber- 
muda shorts, taper 
pants . . . every casual 
in your wardrobe. Classic 
as a Mercedes-Benz 
with toggle fastening ... 
@ hood to wear up or 
down. In black, red or 
yarn-dyed grey wool 
(80% reprocessed, 20% 
Virgin). Sizes 10 to 18. 
Budget Fashion Shop, 
Third Floor, Mezzanine, 
Washington; Second 
Floor, Silver Spring 

& PARKington 


wy be - 


This afternoon at 3:00 p. m. and this evening at 6:00 p. m.Budget Fashion Shop, 3rd Fl., Mezzanine, Washington Store 


BASE FOR 
ACCESSORIES... 
YOUR FALL DRESS IN 
ACETATE FLANNEL 


> 


yy 


Let’s get down to basics .. 
the one wardrobe main- 
stay you wear and wear 
. re-accessorize and 
wear some more. If you'd 
designed this one your- 
self to your own specifi- 
cations, it couldn't plegse 
you more. Jewel neck with 
its own leaf pins, swinging 
skirt with its own crinoline 
. In crease-resistant 
blue, brown, red or 
grey; 12-20. 
Budget Fashion Shop, 
Third Fl., Mezzanine, 
Washington; Second FI., 
Silver Spring & PARKington 


you forget you have it on 


preathinbra 


Freedom Was just a word until Breathinbra 
Now it's a fact. It’s a fact that Breathinbra 
shapes you more beautifully than ever before, 
yet leaves you free to stretch... bend. . 
The secret? It’s all s-t-r-e-t-c-h-a-b-l-e lastex. 
So much like part of you, you truly forget 

you have it on. 

Brassieres, 3rd Fl., Washington; 


2nd Fi., Silver Spring & PARKington 


A. Bandeau in white or black rayon las- 
tex with nylon marquisette upper cup. 


32-36 A, 32-40 Band G 2.95 


B. Princess Style Bandeau, dacron lastex; 


32-40 B and C, 3.95 


C. Long Line Princess Bra, batiste latex; 
32-42 B and C, 5.95 


Informal Modeling of Breathinbras in the 
Bras Departments of all three Hecht Co. 
stores today, tomorrow and Saturday 


JUN IORS ARE 
SHEATHED 
TWEED-LOOK 
FALL RAYON 


A line-for-line copy of the’ 
most popular cotton of 

the summer season .. , 
done now in tweed-look 
rayon that extends its wear 
through the winter. 

Zip front for curvacious 
fit, high pockets to give 

it an empire feeling. 

Red or blue. Sizes 

7 to 15, Young Washing- 
tonian Shop, Third Floor, 
Washington; Second Floor, 
Silver Spring & PARKington 


SEE A “PASSPORT TO FASHION -LAND” 
FASHION SHOW OF GLORIA SWANSON’S “FOREVER YOUNG” DRESSES 


Meet Edith Lucd, famous New York model and TV personality, wh» flew here especially to do this show. 


See Our Most Exciting collection ever of famous “Forever Youny” dresses modeled by famous New York mannequins. 


dss ae. You 


Teeetherness s bev MoO s Magesine deveribes latererw shared with family and commenter 


A 


Pe 8 dow pent bath Saye 


. breathe, 


>