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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 


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DULLES GOING TO NEW SUEZ TALKS 


Soviets Ask 
U.S. to Ban 
Atom Tests 


New Bulganin Note 
Again Rejects Ike's 


Egyptians Take Over 


First Russian Pilots 
Arrive at Suez Canal 


By 


House Unit 
Links Hall 

Te Deal on 

Contract 


‘Cleared’ Company 


Secretary 
Will Seek 
Support for 


The 6 
Western na walkouts followed : User’ Plan 


their Saez The old Suez Canal Co. an- 
and the first nounced plans to fly out its 
ved to offer nearty 300 foreign employes 


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walked off 
Canal jobs tonight 
Soviet pilots arr 


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President Talks 


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meoerted “misses from his 
private Gies after officials of 
the Geoeral Services Admiz- 
mtration wmspected tiem and 
made micreti= copies of all 
@ocuments deaieg with the 
nickel cient. the United Press 
further reported) 

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fris tw ebtzin 2 SS million 
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pansion of the S100 million 
Geverument-ecened sicke!l 
plant at Nicaro. Cuba 

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Paul Batier and the preside nt:ai candidate s 
sister, Mrs. Ernest Ives. can be seen behind 
the Stevensens. (Related stery es Page 1.) 


Adlai Says He’ll Enter 
W hite House This Time” 


By Richard L. Lyons 
Saf! Reporter 
Adiai Stevenson opened his from Harrisburg were two of 
campaizn headquarters here yes- his sons. Borden and John Fell. 
terday with the declaration that and his sister. Mrs Ernest 
he will more inte the White Ives. They were driven im a 


‘Stanley Plan 
“ Modified 


n Committee 


5 dewn Vote Set 

For Monday on 

Va. Integration Ficht 
By Robert ©. Baker 


Stat Bese” 
RICHMOND. Va. Sept. 14— 


Open Sky Proposal. 
Urges Negotiations 


_ MOSCOW, Sept. 14 GP) 
nier Nikolai A. Bulganin 
new efforts to 
the East-West disarm- : 
mm deadiock in his letter 
to President Eisenhower this 
week. it was disclosed to 
night. But he again rejected 
the President's “open sky™ jest northbound and south 
imspection plan which he bound convoys through the 103 
Sad Russia could not view mile waterway and cleared the 
“without fear.” 
The text of Bulganin’s 


their services to Egypt 
The momeotous shift of canal 
operations to solely Egyptian 
management was whoeventful 
Friday midnight was the dead 
line the tranefer 

The Soviet pilots were told 
they could go to work at any 
time. Thei was not 
disclosed. Egyptian pilots were 
asked to work double shifts to 
keep canal trait me 

Western pilots steered 


for 
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ter, made public by the Soviery Tanks, Planes Reported Used 


from Cairo, beginning Sunday 
This includes technicians and, 
about 100 canal pilots. 

As the tension mounted. 
Egypt announced that Richard 
Kilian, an American. citizen 
who is correspondent for the 
London Daily Express, was 
being expelled as “a threat to 
the internal security of the 
state.” Kilian was taken off a 
Greek shi awaitin transit °~ 
through mw canal . night to fly to London for 

Kilian has been in Egypt a new 18-nation conference 
since the crisis over Egypt's on the Suez Canal deadlock. 

See CANAL. Page 5, Col. I The President stressed that 
Dulles’ mission will be to try 
by “peaceful means” to assure 
ithat the waterway seized by 
\Egypt “will perform the inter- 


With Menzies: 
Nasser to Make 
Important Speech 


Associated Press 
President Eisenhower di- 
rected Secretary of State 
John Foster Dulles last 


government. said the Premier 
believes & should be possibile 
to reach at least a2 limited 
‘agreement on disarmament 
istarting with a ban on nuclear 
tests 
The letter also expressed re 
gret over the United States 
failure so far to match the prinasens dee i. 
troop reduction announced re -ampenamn ‘cream ommend 
cently by Russia. saying that force and three fire-bombing 
2 step “wou'd be of great a a a 1 
significance for the strength- Teteeed totem. ng 
ree - international A militery spokesman 
Amman. Jordan's capital, 


(Map on 


Jordan 


in 
said 


” letter, written Tuesday 10 nde and were killed, 4 


4 ae 
ig attack 
Kt wes 12 


wounded 
in Sochi, the Black Sea resort 5S° ad 


was received in Washington miles inside 
Three of the dead were listed 


@s civilians: the rest were po 
Buigania said the Presi lice or national guardsmen. 


Gents proposal for United «4 jordanian military source 
States Soviet patrolling of each in Jerusalem put the number 
other's skies “bears no rela-of Jerdaniens killed at 727i 
tien toe disarmament.” but (United Press reported as many 
added that because of Western as 40 killed. and said the post 
msistence om it recent arms was the desert headquarters of 
talks “reached an impasse” the Arab Legion 

He noted the failure of vart An Israeli broadcast heard 
ous United Nations groups and 2 Amman described the attack 
other imternational confer- 25 2 reprisal for the killing of 


Post Raided by Israelis, 
Many Killed, Jordan Says 


post incendiary 


national] service to which it is 


edica 

| [fin Cairo, it was officially an- 
mounced that Egyptian Presi- 
dent Gamal Abdel Nasser 
would deal with the Sues 
Canal in an important speech 
to a new group of air cadets 
pane at the Reveem 


——— 


‘British Send Out Call 


For New Suez Parley 


Britain yesterday sent 
invitations te 15 nations 
attend a new conference on 
the Suc« dispute in London 
next week. Story on Page 4. 


: 


Page 5) 

lery and three military planes 

which bombed the police post 

building with explosives and 
bombs.” 


‘Hammarskjold later repri- 
manded israel and Jordan for 
this week's violence of their 

borders amd appealed for re- 


st. aint, United Press reported. ~~ 
(“te be be yes me ps Ham- Air oF Saturday, Reuters 

raar 

ernment, “that this atten te is announced 

considered to be justified as Dulles’ special 

an act ‘in self defense.” How- from his 

ever, the action now quarters, 

taken cannot be considered as from scheduled White House 

within the limits of legitimate talks with Australia’s Prime 

s*l{ defense. Minister a ae geal 
{“In discussions with repre- enzies was 

sentatives of the government of Chief Western in 

phasized that, legal obligations Dulles, accompanied by sev 

apart, a policy like the one now ©" ‘op aides, will leave Mon- 

pursued defeats iis own pur- day by Air Force plane for the 

pose by leading to further ten- ™e@ting sponsored by British 


sion and highly increasing the Ptime Minister Anthony Eden. 
risk for acts of violence di '2is meeting, 

rected against Israeli persons fet ergger Mendy the 

‘or territe Hammarsk conference 
said | oe me Dulles has attended in the Brit- 


The Tel Aviv newspaper ish _—— in the past four 
Maariv. quoting Arab sources,’ Top officials here 


said the attack began yesterday | 

evening and raced on wntil — —— Teck” ya 
midnight. It said the police | 4 merican-British-French plan 
post is the only one in the Ara- 4, cot up a Suez Canal users’ as- 
va Valley and controlled the ..-istion as a means of out 
area “where the murderers of maneuvering President Nasser 

three Druze watchmen” came  nutie« will be ready and will 
from ing, they emphasized, to listen 
See POLICY, Page 5, Col. 2 


French Strike Oil 
Keeping viol 4 In South | Algeria 


Kiigelien 
Vowe Guide 
Obituaries 
Parsons 
Pearson 

P ctur : Page 
446 


The Sabrommittee public 
inzs last Januery 

Cremer wrote that he went 
ft th GOP charmans effice 
sed thet “Tall then asked for 
mfoermation re support of the 
Parts. Went ever this again 
and assured bom we have no 


ferences to reach any azrec- three Israeli Druze tribesmen 
ment on disarmament. but said by spreant ans Wednesday An 
supporters and opponents .of he believes there is a chance '**2e!! spokesman said there 
by Stevenson's runing mate... sien by Gov m of agreement “if not on the would be no statement of con- 
Thomas « firmation. denial or comment 
son. Ente Er goes rane 1 Stanley to eitthbold school a mepe pRp dow King Hussein of Jordan flew 
wife and several hundr ae- J to Iraq. to meet his cousin 
walk greeters ps Can Ree aes “Considering that the work — Faisal of a. at Habban. 
Gistrict« i: scheduled Monday of the U. N. Disarmament wa @ former Writied fe 
ae ee on ome in the House of Delegaics Commission and its subcom aon Political py _ 
Pa. ae Opponents won an initial vic ™™ Ce Cid Dot produce 4aMyY mon said the trip was connect- 
his headquarters staff, “end the: tg Pe ; tive results, we should try .g with the Israeli attack 
; . tory today after parliamentary: find a way out of the dead ED mor ; 
beginning of another ; a In New York United Na 
Stevenson and Kefauver have ™2®¢¥vering im a Howse appre jock to carry om talks OM GIS tions SecretaryGeneral Deg 
just ended a 12,00)-mile series SStions commutice They Bulganin said __ Hammarskjold expressed con- 
of regional meetings with po wreessfully amended the Stan He said any new talks should -orn over the new outbreak of 
litical leaders. Kefauver teft .. sian to include 2 local op “O"*"™ comerete questions violence in separate talks with 
yesterday om a campaign tour)... testure with a pupil as pertaining to the reduction of abbas Eben. Israeli’s Antbassa 
and said Stevenson would be ; a P - armaments, in particular 
taking off in a few days on @2=™enrt plan as an alierne 
tive, and defeated the Stanley 
‘erces by a 10-7 commuttee vote 


House this time motorcade to campaign head. The -<boedoen vote betwcen 
| remember seeing some of querters where they were met 
you here four years ago. the 
Democratic presidential nomi- 
nee told zreeters at Washington 
National Airport and at the 1728 
L. st. ow. headquarters 
“Something went wrong then 
~-| guess because you couldnt 
vote here.” he said. “Im plan 
nimz to move to Washinzton this 
, ume 
From the moment he stepped 
“f the plane until he wound up 
» tour of bheadauwarters three 
srs later. Stevensen played 
hard the Joe Smith theme used 
=. the televised kicko® of his 
campaign at Harrisburg. Pa.. 
Thers@day evenime. There were 


armament, 


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District Line 
D.s0n 17 
Ediforiais ...16 
Events today .66 
Financial .. 67 
Goren 64 
Horescoce ..66' 


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2-15 im Paris. today. 

an Substantial quantities of oil 

(8 of excellent quality had been 
22 secured from a test boring 

. 10,400 feet deep, the announce- 
ment said. 


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Eisenhower Adds Sveech to Schedule 
To Boost Nixon as His Running Mate 


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Fo ceptamce of @ challenge. Adlai ties of the presidency. if that 
°F Stevenson, Democratic presi-should ever fall upon him” 
GE [SSC RG. Sept. 4 dential nominee. said in Harris The evening after the send- 
Presid Emenhbewer has ¢¢-burg Pa. last might that Presi off breakfast for Nixon — 
eufed t uve all of bos prestige dent Eisenhower “is not master Wednesday. 19 — Presi- 
and eloquenceinm backing up hisim bis own house” and that dent Eisenhower will deliver 
running mate. Vice President “from here on the future of Re his first “major address” of the 
Richard M. Ninen. sow seem-publican lesders will depend 36 campaign from Broadcast 
imgiy the Democrats’ chief tar- mot om Mr. Eisenhower. but the House in Washington. It will be 
get @m the 36 cemoeien. Republican beir apparent. Mr.carried nationally over televi- 
It wes acneunced today that Nixon.” Stevenson moplied. as sion and radio by the Columbia 
Chief Executive had.added be had before. that Nixon was Broadeastjng 


New Rele in Today's Worid—perceptively 
staff reporter Eve Edstrom in a new series 


— 
a 


; z ‘© dor to Washington, and Tha 
the reduction of the numerical het Khalibi, Jordan's delegate 
“one of the most strenuous 
trips 86s ay candidzte ever 
: = —— ae Maye weapons ~ vors of the United States, Brit 
G1 to report the amended He said an atomic bam—long sin and France and told them ci: 
im-the-sole shoes waoch Steven- speeches and getting ready for 
©" son brought from Harrisburg. the big push 
The leome dissenter was Del- the world ed at Charandal in South Jor- 
egate John C. Werbb of Fairfax. Bulganin offered as an alter- dan about half way between 
D been eahes over by Democrats “We knew you im the Dis 
as a symbol of all the common trict can't vote.” he said. “Part 
raeli armored mechanical bat- 
talion ee 5 by field artil- 
With Stevenson on the plane mean to carry M out.” 
Football 
Kickoff 
Tells of Being Beaten, Buried Ali 
(Picture on Page 3) naped from my home by aithat some men joined the wom- 
days, was fow.d nude on the by Mrs. Winn. 
desert today. She teld police Mrs. Winn and Mrs. Whisen- Desert. She 
am, 51, was found crouching driven to nearby Calexico andshe was 
dazed behind a desert bush the released. Mrs. Latham was cine ai 


strength of the armed forces to the United Nations 
made” Stevenson will stay at 
to the Goor. The Stanley forces Gemanded by the Russians—is of the attack Classified 23-33 
Tl cal Jee was born Kefauver put in a plug for 
See VIRGINIA, Page 33. Col 5 See NOTE. Page 5, Col 7 the Dead Sea and the Red See 
Joes who they say aren't get-of our piacdiorm ts to see that 
—S separate sec- 
EL CENTRO, Calif.. Sept. 14 Mexican woman I do noten she said kidnaped her. She 
she had been beaten and bur-and had told police yesterday 
kidnaped 
sheriffs office in San Diego taken from her palatial home 


of the great powers, and also in Amman. Jordan's Foreign 
quips about Joe and the Maine the Sheraton Park Hote! unt 
wromised to try to beat the Gesired by “millions and mil The Amman military spokes 64-47 
” 2 a symbol-of an “open” Re- District suffrage which he has 
The spokesman said the at- 
ting 2 fair shake from the Ei- you get home rule and repre. 
Get More For Your Family— 
Pelice Question Former Partzuer 
tien for all-season 
”—A wealthy San Diego wom-know.” She told Elson ae Se ae eras 
ied alive by kid 
arrested two women, one Of about the same time. 


steps for the banning of atomic ywinicter <ummoned the en. 
election and ove of Joe's hole- next Saturday werting oF 
amendment m House debat? ems of people” throughout moan «aid the attack was direct 
publican convention and has long urge* 
tack was launched “by an Is 
senhower administration. sentation im Congress. We 
had 
Get Sunday's Big Newspaper 
Broker’s Wife Found Nude in Desert 
use. Full of facis, 
an, missing from home twe Mexican woman was joined 
napers. 
Soon after Mrs. Ruth Lath by 
Mrs. Winn is the wife of a sunburned. 


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- 1 deliwer & at 2 send-hower’s feelings on Nixon. He On the night of Tuesday. 
e@ Oree* tos for the Vice Presi-bas expressed admiration for Sept. 25. the Chief Executive 
¢-nt in the main dimieg room of him ever and ever again. On will deliver @® major farm 
the “Sastimcten National Alr- Wednesdsy. bowewer, at the speech from the Geld house of 
port ocut Tuesday at @ a m rally on his Gettysburg farm. Bradley University at Peoria. 
wly afterward Nixon be went ali out 


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By Carroll Kilpatrick 


NGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, September 15, 1956 


— 


- Kefauver Says He 


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| , 


Should Get 


onfidential Information, ‘Too 


Associated Presse 


The National Association of The association said the 
Manufacturers is urging busi- merged AFL-CIO seems deter-| 
nessmen to jump into politics mined by its political plans to 
to counter what NAM- said “dominate the political and in- 
is a labor drive to dominate dustrial life of the Nation.” It 
ithe Federal and state govern- said “the union leaders want 
iments. to smash the restrictions on 
| A NAM pamphlet distributed their activities contained in the 
to its businessmen members Taft-Hartley law, repeal exist- 


— 


—|INAM Urges Businessmen to Get 
Into Politics to Offset Labor Drive - 


tional, state and local levels!” ‘ments as free whisky in his 


: 


whole thing is utterly prepos 
terous.” He added: 
“This is just an attempt by 


the Republicans to divert at- 
tention from the fantastic sums 
they are spending for the El- 
senhower-Nixon and for other 
campaigns around the coun 
try.” 


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effort to be nominated. 

Curtis emphasized he was 
not vouching for the accuracy 
of the material in the column, 
but thought Harriman should 
be offered a chance to com- 
ment upon it. 

Subcommittee Chairman Al- 
bert Gore (D-Tenn.) said after- 


pgs TEED & Royle 


Shirtmakers 


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G@taf’ Reporter 
SARASOTA, Fia., 
Kefauver 


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(Tenn.), 


Sept 
Sen. Estes 
the 
tial 
was 


had 


Democratic vice presiden 


candidate, he 
handicapped he 
been refused the confiden 
tial information which Pres? 
dent Eisenhower has made 
available to Adlai E. Stevenson 

In opening his first major 
campaign tour, Kefauver said 
he thought he should have this 
information since it is avail- 
able to the other campaigners, 
including Vice President Rich- 
ard M. Nixon 

Kefauver told a press con- 
ference in Tampa, before com- 

refor a speech in which 
he excoriated the Eisenhower 
Administration for not appoint. 
ing Southerners to high office, 
that Stevenson wanted him to 
have confidential reports 
made to him by the Central In- 
telligence Agency 

“But the direction was that 
the confidential information 
was for him (Stevenson) and 
him alone.” Kefauver ex- 
plained. Kefauver said the in- 
formation would be helpful to 
him in helping formulate pub- 
lic opinion and in cafrrying on 
the dehate. 

The Tennessean said he was 
particularly handicapped in 
discussing the Suez crisis 
“While 1 have ideas on the 
Suez.” he said, “I have not 
wanted to upset things by com- 
menting.” . 

He said “part of the mess we! 
are in now is due to Mr. Dulles 
(Secretary of State John Foster) 
Dulles) and his lack of fore- 
sight and poor judgment.” 

“We used every influence to’ 
get the British out of the 
Suez,” the vice presidential 
candidate said, “but continued 
to permit Egypt to bar israeli 
Ships from the canal 

“The second thing is that 
after making provisions to 
help build the Aswan Dam we 
withdrew the offer without dis 
cussion with President Nasser.” 1] Ge 

Kefauver left Washington at} 5! LOUIS Sept..1¢ Gitdead 
1 p. m. today on the first ma- Mer President Truman charged 
jor campaign swing he has today President Eisenhower 
made on his own. Since the and Vice President Richard M 

’ « } sy 

convention, he has been travel-/Nixon have turned the Govern 
pany with Stevenson ment over to big business and 

‘When the Kefauver special “have endangered our national 
plane touched down only about cecyrity.” 
50 persongy were on hand to «They are bad for you and 
greet him. He drove to town bad for the country,” Mr. Tru- 
without much notice from the man said in a sncech 
few persons on the Streets. the convention of the Interna- 
Another small group had aS-tjonal_ Union of Electrical 
eset welcome = at the padig & Machine Workers. 
Tampa Terrace Hotel, where ad + >; 
he held his press conference reer} pom ye Tile ed 
leaders he drove to Sarasota| ;hould not be continued If of. 

ice. They j 

for his speech (before a ban-| ‘They have broken theircam. 
crats. paign and platform promises. 

Kefauver spoke optimistical- + Mead phan Bon ae a 
ly of Demoératie prospects, de- they heve ‘deceived ‘the neople 
Claring thst “unity and eptim- ..» They have allowed our na- 


ism” extend throughout the ’ 
country. This brought him to tional defense to lag. They 


his charge that the Republi- 
cans had neglected the South 
and had little interest in : > 
on flier nl Menzies Aide 
“Today there is no Southern 
voice which can be raised in 
the Republican Administration 


said today 


because 


tne 


ceptionist, and Ellis Hocken 


Truman Ch 


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& 


[s in Hospital 


Arriving in St. Louis to address a convention of electrical 
workers, former President Truman playfully stomps on the 
head of an elephant costume. With him are Al Hartnett, 
secretary-treasurer of the union; Leota Richmond, a re- 


Bows to Big Business 


before ' 


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f.—. 


- Keynoter 
Decries Big 
(Government! 


By Bill Crider 
MEMPHIS, Sept. 14 ‘#—The 
keynote speaker at. the Na 
tional States Rights Confer- 
ence today accused the Federal 


Government of .... 
wrecking the 7 
Constitution 
through the 
power to tax 
and spend. 

Both the Re- 
publican and 
Democratic 
Parties were 
condemned by 
Clarence E 
Manion ‘of 
South Bend.” 
Ind.. in a talk delivered here. 

It was the climax of a day 
of speeches attacking the two 
major parties as 
look-alikes and urging a coali- 
tion campaign aimed at. captur- 
ing the Presidency. 

The conference called to 
gether some 200 delegates from 
a dozen splinter partes that, 
‘though their titles may vary, 
are agreed on the doctrine of 
states rights. 

States righters argue that 
ithe Federal Government has 
grown too big and has usurped 
many of the “rights” that they 
say belong to the individual 
states under the Constitution. 

“We are now living timor- 
ously in the shadow of a tower- 
ing wnconstitutional Federal 
giant that defies limitation 


Manion 


United Pree 


berry, union official. 
arges lke 


were set up by the founding 
fathers for the perpetuation of 
our republican form of govern- 
ment.” Manion said. 

_ Manion, a lawyer and former 
dean of the Notre Dame 
school, urged the crowd 


have alienated our friends and 
allies abroad. They have en- 
dangered our national security 
“The record sustains all 
these charges and more, and 
before this campaign 
we are going 
terrifying record 
pottiom 
Mr. Truman centered much 


s fire on ti 


who have rebelled 
this taxing-spending- 
destroyer of our 


is over leaders 
* against 

that snreading 
top *% liberties.” 
“Leaders.” he added, “like 
the former Commissioner of 
Internal Revenue, T. Coleman 
Andrews of Virginia, and 
Thomas H. Werdel of Califor- 


to expose 
from 


f 
10n $s powe! 
he described 
progress during “ nia.” 
years in the development of; Andrews, a Richmond Demo- 
peaceful uses of atomic energy crat, is the States Rights 4 
by the United States didate for President. Werdel 
Of the peacetime atomic pro- of Bakersfield, a former GOP 
gram, Mr. Truman said of the Representative, is the candi- 
Eisenhower Administration: date for Vice President. 
“What has been done? vir The first general session of 
tually nothing—and worse than the conference was gaveled to 
nothing.” order this morning by R. G. 
“The Eisenhower-Nixon team ‘Chandler of Shreveport, chair- 
has sat down squarely in the man of the States Rights Party 
middle of the road that leads of Louisiana. 
toward this part of our future,”| Chandler then turned the 
Mr. Truman said. “And it re- gavel over to the permanent 
fuses to budge, unless we turn chairman, Earl Evans Jr. of 
this whole development over Canton, president pro-tem of 
to the private power trust.” the Mississippi Senate. 


in Washington,” he charged NEW YORK. Sept. 14 @ 

“There is not a Southern ugh Dash, press secretary to 
member of the Cabinet.” Australian Prime Minister Rob- 

Not even in the Agriculture ort G Menzies, was taken by 

Department, he said, is there ambulance to a hospital today 
a Southerner in high place who arter the Prime Minister and 
can speak for the South. “Sec- ni. party arrived from London 

retary Benson's interests ap- An airport physician tenta- 
parently do not include the tively diagnosed Dash’s illness’ 
South P as an internal hemorrhage 


At his press conference, ;, Menzies said Dash was fee! 
reporter said that Stevenson in ing “a bit under the weather” 
Nixon the “first target” of the as a result of the flight, which 

: 4? sk was delayed in Prestwick, Scot- 
en comeee ae wees land, by bad weather and head- 
: Ss tic. 

The vice presidential candi.\ “2 _— me Atlante 

date said he did not get that 


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impression from Stevenson's 
speech. The principal issue, 
Kefauver said, is “the failure), 
of the Republican Party on the) 
issues.” ) 

Of course, he said, if the 
Republicans should win Nixon’ 
would be the heir-apparent “Tl 
will talk about his record,” Ke- 
fauver said. “I will have con-| 
siderable to say about Mr. 
Nixon and his record and it 
will not all be complimentary.” 

It was learned that Kefauver 
is not yet prepared to make a 
slashing attack on his neighbor 
and former Senate colleague. 
One of Kefauver’s advisers said 
the Senator probably would! 
wait for Nixon to attack first.! 

Kefauver is scheduled to! 
campaign in this area again 
Saturday, partly to help Winton! 
King, the Democratic candi- 
date for Congress in the first 
Florida district. The seat is 
now held by Rep. William C 
Cramer, Florida's only Repub 
lican Congressm4n. 


Kennedy Will Play 
Big Campaign Role 


By a Staff Reporter 


TAMPA, Fia., Sept. 14—Sen. 
John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) will 
play a leading role in the Dem- 
ocratic presidential campaign, 
second only to that of the pres- 
idential and vice presidential 
candidates, J. Howard Me- 
Grath, special assistant to Sen. 
Estes Kefauver, sid here to- 
day. 

“It's my opinion that Sen. 
Kennedy is the third most im- 

rtant campaigner we have,” 

fcGrath said. He explained) 
that Democratic headquarters 
is now making up a speaking) 
schedule for the Massachusetts| 
Senator who came within a few) 
votes of winning the vice pres- 
idential nomination. 

“It's a heavy schedule,” Me- 
Grath said. It was understood 
that Adlai E. Stevenson and 

will confer in Wash- 
onday on Kennedy's 
schedule. McGrath accompa-' 


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+ he would talk with Hall “and see c 


isaid organized labor has fash- ing state right-towork laws, 
jioned “a political missile of and smother attempts to ex- 
imnassive proportions” to ex- tend this protection against 
iplode during the current cam- compulsory unionism to other 
ipaign. states.” 

The pamphiet said business _ 
ican help turn organized labor's GOP Asks Inquiry 
political “missile” into a “dud’ ; ; : 
sy encouraging management [nto Harriman Spending 


ward his group would consider 
the possibility. He said he per- 
sonally was against the sugges- 
tion “unless we had something 
‘more substantial to go on.” 
At Lake Placid, Harriman 
said through an aide that “the 


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discussing broad political is Twenty-five. Republican state 
sues in company publications,+cenate candidates today threw 
‘tour plants, and by urging support behind a move to have 
vorkers to vote. the United States Senate inves- 

It pointed out that while cor tigate a report that Gov. Aver- 
porations cannot make politi-iej) Harriman spent $2 million 
cal contributions “individuals trying to win the Democratic 
have greater freedom and presidential nomination. 
should exercise it, botl. in re-| The group, meeting to map 
gard to contributions and ac- campaign strategy, adopted a 
tivity in behalf of candidates | resolution calling for the Har- 
who will be free agents.” riman investigation. 

NAM took the position that; farlier this week United 
candidates supported by organ- States Sen. Carl T. Curtis (R- 
ized labor would not be free Neb) proposed that Harriman 
agents. be invited to appear before a' 

NAM said labor's political Senate subcommittee investi-| 
“missile” has capture of Con- gating campaign practices to 
gress as its main target comment om the spending re 

But it added that “the ‘fall port 
out is designed to drop union- He said this came from a’ 
|Sponsored candidates into com- Drew Pearson newspaper col- 
manding positions in the legis- umn which claimed Harriman’ 
ilatures of every one of the 43 offered to pay expenses of 
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RALEIGH HABERDASHER qxceeeceeeeeee 


Of Brink’s Robbery ) “ao e : seen in Sports Illustrated 


>. . . . . . . . . . > . . * . . . BOSTON, Sept. 14 WF 
“Specs” O'Keefe began “sing-| 


, | —_ = £m ms ing” today in the Brink’s trial.) : E wi a ; 3 a ae 2 Fas fe és r | campus stand-by eee 
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| Ignoring the eight defendants 
in the Suffolk Superior Court | 
¥ | ' * ‘dock—the men he says were -, ee. Yee ) 2 
pete: his associates in the Nation's | mi 4 eee | our Kharafleece sweaters 
‘biggest cash holdup, the $1, OE. yo ae oes " 

219,000 robbery of the Boston) ad aaa. i Be 

‘office of Brink's Inc., on Jan.! eee ha ie me . oe gu | 

17, 1950—O’Keefe swore than: EP OS Pe Mee”. met See * Age a J t 

| Anthony Pino @rst asked him BE grr eg 8 dae ne & for college by an zen 
late in 1947 if he was interested Me ot as ee es ee ve 


bery ee ee eee Raleigh and Jantzen team up for honors on the 


The guna beaten: plans ter en | campus with a great new line-up of sweaters. And 
onceaith a tine entiar te ten Photo by John Bittner they're as easy-to-care-for as they're good looking 
It “cased” the downtown Cham. ‘ : : “oo | because Kharafleece (wool-nylon-Vicara) is wash- 
ber of Commerce Building on ‘A Beautiful Piece of Driving able and Mitin moth-proofed. Round out your cam- 
Federal st. where Brink’s then rm pus wardrobe with a Jantzen sweater, 
was located, but postponed the Truck driver Robert Ferguson of Richmond (| on the running board, honking his horn 
operation for lack of time. and Alexandria Motorcycle Policeman and waving rush-hour traffic aside, as the 
Explored Frequently Allan Glass look at the 10-ton truck which truck rolled backwards near Duke st. at 

After Brink’s moved to its) Fersuson guided down an incline on Shirl- speeds up to 25 miles an hour. He jumped 
Prince st. location in the big ¢Y Bwy. yesterday when the vehicle’s air free just as the truck turned over. “A 
North Terminal Garage, the| brakes and motor failed. Ferguson stood beautiful piece of driving,” said Glass. 
gang renewed its plan and be- , END MASc hs CR BR . ee el 
on ae angen om — " ‘ 

orations 0 le new ofmee, -— - , 
cnr locked doors with an oe 2 Tw in Blazes 


Gicepick and a piece of cellu- 


tains between his first i oe s ot } At Glen Echo 


entry in October, 1948 and the/ . 

robbery date, O'Keefe “went in «fs . ) A P | d 

with all of them.” eS . ’ : ; Ra, > Are ro re 

O'Keefe also swore before A 3 a . ; 

Judge Felix Forte andail4-man © = . i An investigation was 

jury | Mt ce launched yesterday into fires 
United Press Joseph F. McGinnis, pre- ‘ . | which destroyed two vacant 

viously described “ ve AF. : buildings on MacArthur bivd. 

Taking no chances, State troopers surround a coal truck escr! as the OS SS Me : 4 ie in Glen Echo. 


which unwittingly swung in front of a police van carrying oer sate Sk cae te tan Arata 2” Matt >. Se ce. igh The blazes, both of which be- 


the star Brink’s case witness, Joseph (Specs) O'Keefe, to ure the vault. O'Keefe said) © 9 ase Z YS & . gan late Thursday in the rear’ 
the scene of the robbery trial yesterday. O'Keefe is well weGinnis was considering! | Me te Sieg i of the buildings, destroyed an 
guarded—note the mass of police cars behind the truck. using a “new electrical process’ Pa, sll unused filling station at 6913 
- —— . — ~lfor cutting steel.” That plan b%*% , , MacArthur bivd., and an un- 
never was tried. | iy, ie r occupied seven-room house at 

3 Al d ° 1 di t d | The gang tried using a tele. —— oe. g beng 9 Pier 
exan rians n 1¢ ec 'scope from a neighboring roof-| e be of agi | te Marshal Charles H. Howe, Jr.. 


top to survey Brink's opera- said the house fire was reported 


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In Dice Game Slaying —8sne or sve gane meetings semua me (HE minutes after Sremen had 
7, | O’Keef id he 8 a returned from a two-hour bat- 

Keefe sald, the gang was in- tle with the nearby gas station 


An Alexandria grand jury in-;106 E. Mason ave., Alexandria. structed not to be —_— to Says She W as Buried Alive ~, |Dlaze. 
sted three men yesterday for The beating, police said, took|S¢ther. “We didn’t want any! + Glen Echo and Cabin John 
murder of an Alexandria place in the basement of Grif- connection with one another. _ Mrs. George D. Latham, wealthy San Diego woman, lies (firemen responded to both fires. 
truck driver who died fith’s home at 2500 Terrett ave.,' O’Kéefe, a dark-haired, parm) ina hospital bed after being found nude on the desert Fire Marshal Howe is conduct- 
being beaten at a dice Alexandria, after the five men tially bald man of 48, gave his| near El Centro, Calif. She told police she had been beaten (ig 4 joint investigation with 
returned from an American Le-| full name as Joseph J. O’Keefe 4 buried alive by kidnapers. (Story, Pare 1) ‘Montgomery County police. 
slaying of gion hall at 1316 Powhatan st.|Asked his home, he said “I; #n@ buried alive by Kidnapers. story; = se * | 

41. father of The grand jury, which re-| don’t have any home now,” ex- | ' 

were: Lewis V. turned a total of 39 true bills,|planing he is a prisoner at . “Upper Class- 

brother Rob- also indicted John Henry|Cambridge Jail Former Delaware Federal Judge Upholds Two Workers Injured , >. man” Pullover in 

both of 406-A Thomas, 46-year-old laborer, for Keefe has a record of 70 medium grey, 


-. Alexandria, and murder of Willie Ann Smith, (arrests. Two years ago he Bridge Official Indictment of Bonner By Elevator Plunge | a. we t light blue, red, 


Parsons 21, of Miss Smith, 41-year-old do- escaped a machine gun ambush a 4 
\lexandria.. mestic. was found dead in by Elmer “Ttigger” Burke. BALTIMORE, Sept. 14 (Spl.) Two construction workers o ee ie = oatmeal, charcoal, 


‘ount indictment Thomas’ home, 519 S. Colum- now under death sentence for Is Indicted »  |Federal Judge R. Dorsey Wat- were injured yesterday when ae | gee: aaa brown and white. 
f the three men bus st., Alexandria last Satur- a killing in New York kins today refused to dismiss Rage ee gon elevator = <5 ee 3 11.95 
two counts of day night. An autopsy later | DOYLESTOWN, Pa., Sept. an indi n rgi Se OS ee : J 
one of felonious showed she died of head and Denes OS Gley 1" — Alexander R ets oul * ah : we : oa Meo . building of D. C. Geheral Hos- 
a oe After preliminary identifica- 1 : se ataee te Anite lind h. denen, dann ee eB Oe 

are neaiiand ell Seada ©. Geendl: te: a0 ciel ten, the nent Gnealion wee: Easton, Pa., was indicted today |and a former telephone com- according to police. 
riffith after beating E. Oxford ave., Alexandria, was) “On the night of Jan. 17, on five charges of misdemeanor pany employe conspired to tap 1 a ry Rie 
Howard Walker, 38, of indicted for shoplifting. 1950, were you a participant in/in office while he was chairman)a telephone line = “20. cr i808 Trinidad ave. 
an armed robbery of the em of the Delaware River Joint Perry Bonner, 67, of 311 “ 


aw , ne.. were taken to Casualty 
ployes of Brink’s, Inc., at 165 «.. o.: & Leighton ave., Silver Spring, .".; ‘ 
Prince st?” pa, SEage VEER and Edward D. Stedden Jr., 29, n°sPgat where Shaffer was ad 


» mitted with back, head and leg’ ~ a “Trophy” Sleeve- 


? ° we now a. , ick ; ty d ’ ; : " : ite ; 
‘ » “ { ’ ) Yes. sir. I wee said the lhe Bucks County grand of 101 Oakview dr.. McLean, injuries. Richburg was treated p ; ea | 
J d 8 7 ri Ci ru eckher He ld witness, who already has jury returned the, indictments Va., are charged with —— = released. They are em-| SA _ + less Pullover in 


plesded guilty and awaits after a Commission counsel @¢y to violate the Federal wire- ployes of the Gunnell Con- _ medium grey, 
W/ if 9 pF ] B ° gsi pene SP Nae soteed the RA Bane Sous tap law. struction Co. x light blue, yellow, 
> f The eight defendants—whom in iladeiphia to order er | me 
In y l e Ss ata PU ling the prosecution expects to con- and former Commission mem- atte olan ean oe 
vict largely on O’Keefe’s story|ber R. Chapman Carver, Ivy-; A FODAY AT ROYAL PAOCTORS (x 7s ‘ See” . : 
A District coroner’s jury yes- statement said, he struck her —sat stolidly. Pino rubbed his|land, Pa., to return $95,000 in| Baie 
terday held a grocery store several more times, until she face as O Keefe was sworn but salaries allegedly paid illegally) Biz , 
— : fell to the sidewalk and lost the others were motionless. to them. OPERATION 
truck driver responsible for consciousness. Police said On the stand, in a neat blue; One indictment charged ex- 
the death of his wile following Crawford was employed as a suit with red tie, O’Keefeicessive expenditures on 49 
y | on hs ya tock 33 of lift truck driver for Giant Food looked up as Assistant District|items, ranging from $800 to GIVE A WAY 
636 Independence ave. se., was°e®» Ine. Attorney Frederick T. Boyle $1700 between October, 1952, -K- 
2 ley , Sens put questions, then dropped and July, 1955. Another listed 


“Award” Cardi- 
ordered held for action of the 


grand jury after three wit- Woman Charged his eyes to the floor. He ap- 48 counts of alleged illegal sal- $ >. / se sf + gan in light blue, 
sses testified that they saw With Selling D peared not to see the de- aries paid Miller from October, yo 3 3} oatmeal, charcoal. 
ni ; wh Setting Lope — : er | és 4 
Bn ee atvicnd. 31, in the 700, A 32-year-old was ar-| ondants co, to cums, 0, | ; ie Es A 14.95 
Mae Crawford, 31, in the 700 > 4 here cally youteréay on The eight defendants are Up i see j 
block of 18th st. se. Wednes- Testea nere Carn yes : McGinnis, 53: Pino. 49: Thomas 7 aint " oni Sf ian a ms . 

: “wr a U. S. Commissioner s warrant & Richardson, 49; James 7 Clyde Strike Talks Fail to ? eee = = 

: rawford died in Dis- charging violation of the Har- Fahert¥. 45 Henry Baker, 50 : Rye Reuters | ; ea _ 

"ic ‘neral Hospital early rison Narcotics Act Adolph Maffie. 45: Vincent J GLASGOW, Scotland, Sept. is a 

str. d 74 of a traumatic brain ( harged with possession and Costa 42) and Michael V 7, oe 14.-A 6-hour meeting between 
hemorrhage, according to sale of narcotics, Gloria L. Mor- , - Gea- management and union officials | Street Floor, Washington and Chevy Chase 


gan, 47 : 
Deputy Coroner Christopher J. ton, 32, listed at 8 Canal st. sw tan Mt te reside in metropoli tonight failed to settle a 14-day 


Murphy was arraigned yesterday before ¢ , strike that has left more than 4 | 
Sa ‘. e . - — a . = Stanley Gusciora. 36. and : . 
» Det. Sat ‘Be rnard eo of L Ss. Commissioner James F Joseph S. Banfield, died before 10,000 men idle in the giant | . 4 
1e Homicide Squad, read a Splain. She waived preliminary , Clyde shipbuilding yards here. | 
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which he admitted knocking pany - Ay-woll gy ordereg O'Keefe began testifying on|formal. will be resumed Mon- | DOWNTOWN: 1310 F Street NAtional 8-9540 
his wife to the sidewalk sev-\" “C254 Karl McCormick of the "© 27th day of the trial. He day. The dispute is over a claim | CHEVY CHASE: Wisconsin near Western Avenue 
eral times. He explained that Narcotics < nad said Miss Boas was still on the stand when for guaranteeéd minimum ' 
she drank heavily and that siniange hs q , court adjourned until Monday. w 
when he did not find her at ‘0" Was arrested on a sidewalk , wage. 

) in the 1200 block of 7th st. nw os itipeadiaals 


home he went looking for her 


and located her at a friend’s >Y Narcotics Squad Detectives FJ). (. Fj ; ; 
home at the 18th st. address. Irvin. W. Brewer and B. F Fireman Quits | rus prise 50 low a0 SCTE 


As he walked home, the Fogle. : After Theft Charge | and as little as $195 down 
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District Fire Department g — 
‘ , ssi Romsia A. Greene. 25. of HOT SHOPPES 
| Od dr. se., resigne 
Boys ‘Borrow’ Plane, reser sess; saggy OO 
«/ theft of an automobile Peatured 
iy P It ly ithout Mish : 1 Emmett Gray of SaturdayDinner 
y ap * Georges County’ 
a chaiged Greene with 


; Choice of Appetizer 
eo a , stealing the 
MASTIC, N. Y., Sept. 14 ya single engine plane on a run 4, sutemchile owned be a BRAISED 


Two boys, aged 11 and 13, who! way with the key in the engine rence W. Gil ber t of 3710 


had never stepped into a.plane they just climbed in, and/Bunker Hill rd, Brentwood. FLANK 
before, yesterday took off in started it. - Greene is iree on $200 ond. 


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how to fly. Eddie told police Police Force, saw the smal! 
that v right: he learned fror, plane scoot down for a landing 
a book with apparently no one in it 
Eddie said when they spotted As they approached, however 
two heads bobbed up. 

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Britain Calls 15 to New Parley 


Reuters — 
LONDON, Sept. 


users’ association. 


A Foreign Office spokesman 
said the invitations were sent 
on behalf of France and the 
United States to those 15 states 
which backed an earlier 18- 
nation plan for internationaliz- 


14—Britain| 
tonight invited 15 nations to 
attend a conference here next 
week to set up a Suez Canal 


ing the canal. Egypt opposes in- 


ternationalization 

It is understood that the con- 
ference will 
Wednesday. 


Four nations which attended 
the recent London Suez Con- 
ference but which did not sup- 
internationalization 
plan — Russia, India, Ceylon 
and Indonesia—have not been 


port the 


invited 


Formation of a users’ associa- 
tion was announced in policy 
speeches this week by French 
and British premiers Guy Mol- 
let and Anthony Eden, and by 
Secretary of 


United States 
State John Foster Dulles. 
The association will provide 


its own pilots to take i*s ships 


through the canal. Its ships will 
pay tolls to the association 


which in‘turn will pay Egypt 


for use of the waterway. 
Sources said the users’ con- 


convene nex t| 


ference will be preceded, prob-| 


ably on Tuesday, by consulta- 
tions among the toa owe 
Britain and France. 

States Secretary of State. Soba 
Foster Dulles will be present.) 


The prompt moves to con- 


vene the Suez users’ conference) 
are partly due to the belief) 
that traffic through the canal 
will slow down considerably 
now that most non-Egyptian 
pilots have resigned. 

Plans for the conference, 
which it is hoped will e_nclude 
by the end of next week, will 
be discussed in Paris Saturday 
between British Foreign Secre- 
tary Selwyn Lloyd and his 
French counterpart, Christian! 
Pineau. 

Today, Lloyd asked the en- 
voys of a number of interested 
powers to call on him to dis- 
cuss the users’ association 
project. 

Lloyd also reported on latest 
developments in the Su.z crisis 
to the envoys of the four states 
allied with Britain in the Bagh- 
dad Pact—Turkey, Iran, Iraq 
and Pakistan. 


Pineau Says Conflict 
Can Still Be Avoided 


NM. Y¥. Herald Tribune News Service 

PARIS, Sept. 14—French For- 
eign Minister Christian Pineau 
said in a broadcast tonight that 


France does not want to Use’) 


force if Egypt refuses transit 


Internationa! News 


Russia’s A Plant Model on Exhibit at U.N. 


A model of Russia's atomic power plant, te 
be exhibited at U. N. headquarters, is ex- 


plained te Secretary-General Dag Hammar- 
skjold by Georgi Saksin (left) of Russia, 


Commons Backs Policy on Cyprus; 
British Withdraw Part of Otter 


: Reuters 

LONDON, Sept. 14—Co- 
lonial Secretary Alan Lennox- 
Boyd said today that British 
control of the Mediterranean 
colony of Cyprus is at pres 
ent “absolutely indispensable 
if we are going to discharge 
our present responsibilities.” 

“It is an inescapable con- 
clusion that recent events in 
the Middle East have under 
line what we have always said 
—that Cyprus is vital Yor the 
protection of our strategic in 
terests and the strategic inter- 
ests of the Free World,” he 
told the House of Commons 

He was speaking in a de- 
bate, initiated by the Labor 
Party opposition, on the 16 
month rebellion by Cypriots 
‘seeking union with Greece. 
| Following the debate the 
‘House of Commons endorsed 
the government's Cyprus pol- 

icy, 308 to 243. 

Lennox-Boyd outlined the 
terms of reference on which 
the British jurist, Lord Rad- 
cliffe, is working to draw up 


a constitution for Cyprus. 
These are: 

® During the period of the 
Constitution, Cyprus is to re- 
main under British sover- 
elignty. 

® The use of Cyprus asa 
base is considered necessary 


for fulfilment of Britzin’s in-) 


ternational obliqations. 

®* All matters relating to 
external affairs, defense and 
internal security will remain 
in the hands of the govern- 
ment or the Governor. 

® The Constitution will be 
based on the “principle of lib- 
eral democracy” and will “con- 
fer a wide measure of responsi- 
ble self-government” on the 
island's elected representa- 
tives. But at the same time, 
the Constitution will contain 
‘such reservations, provisions 
of guarantees” necessary to 
protect special interests of 


various communities, religions | 


and races on the island. 
Lennox-Boyd said these pro- 

posals departed at “one sig- 

nificant point” from those put 


to Cyprus church leader Arch-| 


‘bishop Makarios in that they 


provided that all matters re- 
lating to internal security, as 
well as to external affairs and 
defense, should be retained in 
the hands of the government 
and the Governor. 

Makarios led Greek ypriot 


‘negotiations on the island's fu- 


ture before he was deported 


to the Seychelles Islands in the 
Indian Ocean for allegedly 
condoning terrorism. 

“It is essential that there 
should in the future be a 
strong, efficient, well-equipped 
and thoroughly reliable police 
force able to maintain law and 
order and assure security of 
the military base.” the Co- 
lonial Secretary said. 


Now = Faster He Help For Minor 


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through the Suez Canal to the) 


new users’ association, but on) 
the other hand does not intend) 
to yield to force. 

He told the French Nation, 


| 
| 


“Military conflict can still be! 
avoided if the canal users show) 


their firmness and their soli-| 


darity in such a manner that) 
(Egypt's president) Nasser will) 


hesitate to sacrifice, once 
again, the interests of his peo- 
ple to his adventurous dreams.” 

This was regarded in some 
quarters as a hint that France 
and Britain were ready first to 
boycott the canal — on the 
promise of help from the 
United States in obtaining oil 
supplies and chartering tank- 
ers for the run around the 
Cape of Good Hope of Africa 
—and probably to join later 
in other economic sanctions 
against Egypt if ships of the 
users’ association are refused 
passage. 

Meanwhile, the Universal 
Suez Canal Co., which for-' 
merly controlled the water- 
way, called a general rT 
of its shareholders for Oct 
in Paris to survey the «Tot 
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Soviet Pilots Arrive at Suez 


As Non- 


CANAL—From Page I ° 


nationalization of the canal; 

July 26. He is the sixth corre- 

spondent for British papers to. 
expelled 

Antoli Chikov, Soviet consul 
‘In Port Said, announced the 
arrival of the Russian pilots. 
He called on Mahmoud Yunes, 
managing director of Egypt's) 
Canal Authority 

“I came to inform Colonel 
Yunes that Russian pilots have 
arrived in Cairo,” Chikov told 
newsmen. “They have asked if 
the Suez Canal Authority is 
ready to accept them. 

“Colonel Yunes told me the 
Russian pilots can come and 
start work at any time.” 

Chikov said he did not know) 
how many Soviet pilots were 
on hand. He declined to dis- 
cuss their training for the ex-| 
acting job of steering ships! 
through the narrow waterway. 

As the first convoy to be pi- 
loted entirely by Egyptians 
formed up at the southern en- 
trance to the canal, Egypt 
strove to keep the cana] run 
ning. Their skeleton staff was 
ready, despite the approach of 
the hazardous season of fogs 
and sandstorms. 

A Canal Authority order for 
Egyptian pilots to work dou- 
ble shifts was posted on the 
bulletin board at its headquar 


ters in Ismailia, midway point POLICY——From Page I 


It called on them 
snips 


on the canal 
to take 


the pilots were 


Ismailia. 
Egypt, 


meanwhile. accused 


Britain and France of sending day, the Secretary will begin 
more ships through the canal to 
that usual to make it difficult British, 
to keep traffic moving. It said foreign ministers 
that while 30 to 40 ships usual-|other countries in advance of ment and met for another 40 nationalize the Suez canal or !° 
ly clear the canal daily, an un- the formal meeting the next 
precedented 50 ships went day. The nations invited repre- 
j sent those who joined with the 

The normal shift has been| Western big three in sponsor- 
6 hours, but now pilots willing a plan for internationaliza- 
have to stay on watch for the tion of the canal—which Nas 
ser rejected last weekend. 


through Friday. 


-_ 


full journey at a cautious 7 
knots from Port Said to Suez,) 
or vice versa. 

said 


whose Government 


Big Three 


foreigners have handled al-| 


most exclusively for 87 years. |States continues to be to seek|“I can’t entertain you with a lot 
heiby peaceful means to assureiof statements.” He added: 
has 60 trained Egyptian pilots,jthat the Suez Canal will per-| 


By unofficial estimates, 


plus a few foreign 


and 62 new Egyptian 
who will finish training next 
week. 

the of 


have job 


dally until the trainees qualify a news conference yesterday,|secretary 
to help share the work load. Dulles \pledged 


One new Egyptian pilot in- 
terviewed at Ismailia said he) 
was taking a ship through aft- 
er only a month's training, 
though the normal training 
time is three to six months. He 
said that he, and many other| 
Egyptians like him, are veteran'| 
ship masters who have made 
thousands of trips through the 
canaj.on their own vessels and 
“we know it like a book.” 

The foreign veterans, how- 
ever, advised newcomers the 
job.is not as easy as it may 
look. They said the worst prob- 
lems are water pressures that 
deep sea navigators never have 
to worry about and keeping 
ships in the canal’s center. | 

By constant dredging the) 
canal’s depth is kept at 34 feet! 
3 inches. Many big ships scrape 
through close to the sand bot- 
tom. Some bigger ships cannot 
Squeeze through the canal] 
when fully laden and must go 
round Africa. The thought of 
collision is the pilot's night- 
mare. 

Current flows south from the 
Mediterranean at 3% knots and 
strange tricks are played when 
this stream meets incoming) 
tides from the Red Sea. . The 
worst difficulty is in coming 
out of the widened curves and| 
hitting the channel's center in’ 
the straightaway. . | 

“That is where most of the 
accidents happen,” the pilots’ 
agree. 

Before the midnight dead-| 
line, the British Embassy in 
Cairo issued its third warning! 
to British siibjects in Egypt to 
leave “if they have no rom-' 
pelling reasons for remaining.” | 
More than 2000 Britons remain. | 
About 2800 have already left. 

No warnings have been is- 
sued to the 1500 resident 
Americans, but the United 
States Embassy. has notified 
each as to what officer he 
should telephone in his district’ 
in event of emergency. 

An era was ending for 532) 
families with the foreigners’ | 
walkout from canal jobs. Many, 
from more than a dozen coun-| 
tries, have passed half their 
lifetimes along the canal. | 

“Surely we'll be coming 
back,” a lot of them said. | 
“Somehow we can't believe 
this can really be goodby to 
the Suez.” 


Egypt Says 20 Nations 
To Attend Its Parley 


CAIRO, Sept. 14 ® — The 
Egyptian Middle East news 
agency reported tonight that 
20 nations, including the So- 
viet Union, Red China and 
Panama, have accepted Egypt's 
proposal for a negotiating body 
to draw up a peaceful solution 
to the Suez crisis. They are: 
Pakistan, Panama, Syria, Jor- 
dan, Afghanistan, the Sudan. 
Romania, Poland, Libya, Saudi 
Arabia, Lebanon, Communist’ 
China, Soviet Union, East Ger-' 
many, Czechoslovakia, Hun-' 
gary. Bulgaria, India and Yugo- 
slavia. 

The government last Mon-' 
day sent the proposal! for set- 
ting up a negotiating body to 
all governments recognized by 


: offered this course as 
@ counter to the 18-nation plan 


| nted by the recent Suez 


’. 


eS + 


co 


Force Leaves 


Note Disliked 
Sukarno 
Faces Storm 


Egy 


ptia 


United Preis 


cuss the Suez (nal situation. Others are 
Australian Ar wer Sir Percy Spender 
and Secretary ate John Foster Dulles. 


Dulles to Attend London Suez Talks 


ment “does not intend to shoot”| One of the problems to be 


President Eisenhower greets ‘Australian 
Prime Minister Robert G. Menzies after the 
latter arrived at the White House te dis- 


completely to any proposals for changes 
through from one end to the and amendments to the pian 
other. Under old regulations. which Eden announced in Lon 
relieved at don 

Wednesday. 


‘said a 
Egypt's President Nasser,) White House Press Secretary 
im-|James Hagerty, “will be con- 
plementation of the Western|vened Wednesday, Sept. 19, for! 
plan for a users’|the purpose of further exchang-' 
association to handle the canaliing views in the light of devel-ito make a statement at this 
traffic means war, set out tojopments since the earlier con-)time,” 
prove Egypt can do the jobiference adjourned Aug. 23. 


veteransiform the international service'ments about these 
who are staying on the job,/to which it is dedicated by the matters but to have talks that Ceylon to Get Soviet Rice | 
pilots Convention of 1888.” 


the United States 


its way through the canal settied at the meeting, Al- 


should Egypt bar the way. phand said; is when and how 


Taking a personal hand in 
. . .. 0 test the new plan by send- 
the negotiations, Eisenhower ing a ship to the mouth of the 


met for 40 minutes at the White Sue th tf 

House with Menzies. The ~*% Wt) & request for per 

Australian leader reported af- mission to pass through, under 

terward only that the discus-/™¢ Suidance of a non-Egyptian 

sions dealt with the Suez prob-/Pilot hired by the new users 

va tA. blast at what he called 

! ast at wha e calle 

He drove to the State Depart- western maneuvers “to inter- 


before Parliament iast 


On arrival in London Tues 


coordinate 
French 


stategy with 
and other 
of the 15 


minutes with Dulles. Eisen- 
hower interrupted his vacation 
stay at Gettysburg to fly tothe con Jenner (R-Ind.), who fre- 
Capital to see Menzies. quently takes issue with Eisen- 
The Australian leader went hower’s foreign policies. 
directly to the White House; Jenner said this country 
after landing at National Air- should ignore the Suez situa- 
port. He had declined to make'tion. which he called “a Com- 
a statement while changing munist red herring,” and con- 
planes in New York, saying he centrate instead on trying to 
was tired from the long trip keen Russia, Red China and 
across the Atlantic. other Communist forces oc- 
“I am not such a dumbell as .ynied in other areas. 
Jenner said in a stataement 
he commented. that the Soviet Union is using 
. On reaching Washington he «i+, monkey's paw, Nasser, to 
“The purpose of the United|varied this by telling reperters: stir up hatred and violence be- 
tween the West and 350 mil- 
lion Arabs.” 


to transfer the problem to the 
United Nations” came from 


“The conference in London,” 
statement issued by 


“I am not here to make state- 
important 
will help me make reports to . 
This last paragraph indicatesi\my own government.” 

is firmly; French Ambassador 


: Reuters 
Herve!) COLOMBO, Ceylon, Sept. 14 


Herbert reserves, it 


there today. 


of State was 


this Govern-i\Hoover Jr. 


Over Russia 


——— 


Reuters 

JAKARTA, Indonesia, Sept. 
14—A political storm is threat- 
ening over the joint Soviet- 
Indonesian communique issued 
in Moscow on Tuesday at the 
conclsion of Indonesian: Presi- 
dent Sukarno’s Russian visit, 


according to political observers 
here. 

Among the points covered 
by the communique, which 
called for closer ties, were: 
conclusion of Indonesian Presi- 
Suez dispute, banning tests of 
nuclear weapons, disarma- 
ment, anticolonialism. 

[Seven out of the 10 leading 
national newspapers in Jakarta’ 
attacked the Indonesian-Rus-| 
sian statement, mainly on the 
ground that Sukarno was bind-| 
ing Indonesia too closely to the 
Soviet bloc. They also criti-| 
cized the absence of any men- 
tion of Indonesia's claim to 
Netherlands New Guinea, the 
Associated Press reported. |] 

Mohammad Natsir, chairman 
of the Mahjumi, one of the two 
Moslem parties which together 
hold 10 of the 25 cabinet port-| 
folios here, said today, “We 
fully agree that the Suez prob- 
‘lem should be settled peace- 
‘fully. 

“We also agree to world 
peace and the banning of mu- 
clear weapons tests. We are 
also against colonialism. 

“But if we join the Soviet 
choir in singing this song it is 
quite another matter. We have 
our own grounds for that.and 
Russia has hers, which are 
iquite different.” 

He said many people are 
wondering about the reasons 
r the Moscow statement. 
The communique was signed 
at the Kremlin by the Indo- 
nesian Foreign Minister, Rus- 
lan Abdulgani, and Andrei 
Gromyko, the Soviet First Dep- 
uty Foreign Minister. 

LA foreign ministry expert on 
Soviet affairs in Jakarta 


reported. 


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icy. 


have preferred a joint state- for wage increases. 
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the United States earlier this by’table company workers con-' 
the United States tinued. 


year, but 
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(INS) says a government order would | 
The 60-odd trained pilots will maintaining its attitude that|Alphand went over preliminary|Russia will lend Ceylon 12,000|Mrs. Lummie Henry was asked be copying the methods of for-| ia 
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ress Seturday, September 15, 1956 5 


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NOTE—From Page I | 
y‘.:| Bulganin Note Asks U.S. | 
For Ban on‘Atomic Tests 


native to the “open sky” pro-‘might be reached 
posal the Russian plan, already delay. 
turned down by the West, for “In itself, the discontinua- 
the establishment of “control tion of atomic and hydrogen 
posts in important centers.” ‘(weapons tests does not de 
“Air inspection and aerial mand any internatioral agree- 
photography mean that data mients on control, because the 
about the territory of respec- present state of science and 
tive states and their industry engineering makes it possible 
and other resources is put at to reveal any explosion of an 
the disposal of other coun- atomic or hydrogen bomb, 
tries..." He said. , wherever it has been carried 
. es », out,” he said. 
Border Clash | “One Must not close On@S) «ris circumstance, in out 
eyes to the face that military opinion, makes it possible to 
Cross locates Gharandal, |eaders and ... individual separate the question of ter- 
which Jordan says was at- politicians in some countries ™inating atomic and hydrogen 
tacked by a strong Israeli pave repeatedly ex pressed Ye2P%™ tests from the general 
Seree, Getery, Page 1.) their wish to obtain fuller in- proms of Getrmement end 


: to solve it straightway. .. . 
telligence data about the mili-- “We consider that an agree. 
tary and industrial 


A ~ resources Ment between the powers con- 
rgentine of the USSR. and did not/Ceming the 


termination of 
. : a 8 conceal the aims for which tests would be the first impor- 
Office Union | 


without 
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atomic and hydrogen weapon 
they would have liked to ob- tant step toward the uncondi- 
tain such data, particularly tional prohibition of these 
¢ ‘stressing in this nection ‘¥Pes of mass destruction 
Calls Strike ithe a9 aac of pepe eee weapons, which is in full ac- 
| portance numerous cordance with the hopes and 

foreign military bases in areas desires of all mankind.” 


BUENOS AIRES, Sept. 14 ® near the Soviet frontier . . 
U.S., Canada Tell 


anybody who tried to 


The 18,000 members of the 
De you know about the 
NEW 
Tenants Policy 
Home Owners Policy 
Personal Property 


Policy 
in the District eof Columbie? 


The Argentine White Collar Con the Soviet Government, 
Workers’ Union ignored a gov- _ the eat — in —_ 
eral, approac without fear 

spares ban and launched a demands for the carrying out Of Rocket PI , 
24-hour strike today to backo¢ serial reconnaissance and ans 
high ? | 
demands for igher wages and aerial photography? BARCELONA, Spain, Sept. 
other benefits. Clearly, they cannot Ii,, . 
. think that this view is shared in—The United States and 

Commerce within Buenos > seem Weaken saute Canada announced today that 
Aires slowed down noticeably. ™ in /%. wong ania: new joint rocket-launching 
Operations of most stores,'stances, with the existence of co eyyte te ee a 
shops and business offices were military groupings and distrust ing studies of the eeolonstnean 
paralyzed. in relations between countries, | next month. 

The union, which claims a a tu OS eee Rockets will be fired as high 
million members, protests that = ie up- ag . + , “ as 180 miles from the new base 
management representatives ee gene + ae .— * lin western Manitoba to obtain 
are offering unacceptable terms “"©*5* ™U‘Ua! tear. Arctic data in connection with 
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night declared the strike il- Bulganin charged that, in July, 1957, to December, 1958. 
lebal. past negotiations, whenever the, announcement of the sta 

The government said employ- Russians have indicated wil-¢jon was made to the Geo- 

lingness to accept Western physical Year Special Commit- 
proposals the West has drop- tee by United States National 
ped them and imposed neWiCommittee President Joseph 
conditions for agreement./Kaplan and his Canadian 
He suggested that a satisfac-| counterpart, Dr. F. T. Davis. 
tory settlement should be pos-; | 
sible if there is a “general de-iz 
sire on the part of all the in-! 

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Dow-Jones Stocks 


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losses ranging ‘o 4 


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sliced and some advances were turned into | 


In early afternoon prices suddenly | ernment bonds were 
regained their vigor. 


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tendency of traders to even up their positions 
seem uncertain before two 
market holidays. 
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point or so among the 


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rose $1 to $182.10 wi 
cents. the rails up #4. 
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most active was Haze}l-Atlas 
Royal Dutch, up % at 108 on 
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th the industrials up 30 times? settied for @ gain of *. A spokesman — 
10 and the utilities down | for Royal Dutch refused to confi 

advance since Sept. 4. | rumors of a stock split. 
lightly to 2,110,00 shares dropped % as its merger 
2.900.000 yesterday. | went through. 
higher from the start but | On the Ame 
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Cont. Can, (Glenn Martin to Build: © 
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Ar é Merge d | BALTIMORE, Sept. 14 (INS)\begins in Janeary, has been 
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Tne Glenn L. Martin Co. #-\conducted at Patrick Air Force 
‘nounced today the purchase Of pase east of Orlando 
110 square miles of land near ‘ : | 
NEW~ YORK, Sept. 14 @ Orlando, Fla. to test and) Bunker saili the new Martin 
as jaunch the (first . man-made site was chosen primarily be 
The merger of Continental Can 
Co, and Hazel-Atlas Glass Co, ©" satellite. cause that section of Florida 
was completed today, General) George M. Bunker, president has working and living condi- 
Lucius D. Clay, chairman of "4 chairman of the board, said 4:4... “of maximum appeal to 
‘Continental, announced. the site was acquired to carry the highly skilled technicians 
The action followed Federal 
Judge Sidney Sugarman’s re- 
fusal yesterday to sign a tem- 


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Husiness 


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1956 


Capital Commerce 


1500 Will Attend 
Bank Parley Here 


By S. Oliver. Goodman 


Financial Editor 


More than 1500 bankers and their wives will attend the 
five-ciay convention of the National Association of Bank Audi- 
tors and Comptrollers, starting Sunday in the Shoreham Hote! 

General chairman is Franklin A. Gibbons Jr., of Riggs 
National Bank, who said yes 


Sworn as 
day th Sund il b 
Sis iv engiogeten of the Kay Stock Offering Board Head | 


delegates and a review of ex- Fast Odareubecribed | 
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hibits. | 
Underwriters handling the | 


The delegates will be wel-' , t 
eomed at the opening business; 150,000-share offering of Kay 
Jewelry Stores, Inc., reported 


session Monday afternoon at 2 . +» Tr 

by Hulbert T. .Bisselle, presi- oversubscription within a few 

dent of Riggs National Bank.) hours yesterday. The com- 

Principal talk Monday will be a stock was priced at $21 a 
share. 


given by Erle Cocke, of Atlanta, 
vice president of the American) . This was the first public of- 
fering in the history of the 


Bankers Association. | Sy wwe 
Tuesday’s program will in- 62-store retail Jewelry chain, 
clude a panel discussion by Gov- 9 executive offices are in | 
ernment officials on how > he na, rit! | 
NABAC can better serve super-| _ he ded br r. mon fe =? 
visory authorities. Moderator) . Cc 1 y 4 or oe hee 
will be L. A. Jennings, First| % ©0. and imcluded eight in 
Deputy Comptroller of the Cur- in Washington. b's aoe 
rency. Included on this pane!) : | 
are: John D. Hospelhorn, Mary-| ' 


deputy bank commis. | ae 
end tage At A ha Fed Loan Association in Texas. At. 


The Woshinaton 


Simes Bersid 


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Robertson 


Albert J. Robertson, former! 
Assistant Postmaster General’ 
for Finance, was sworn in yes- 
terday afternoon as the new 3 


chairman of the 
Federal Home 
Loau Bank 
Board. 

The oath was 
adminis-| 
tered by Wal-| 
ter W. McAlli- 
ster, who fre- 
tired to resume 
duties as board 
chairman of the 


San Antonio 
Robertson Savings and 


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advertising director of the P. J.\29 


CAB Refuses to Extend: 
Fairchild Case Deadline 


ertson’s recess appointment, 
subject to Senate confirmation 
when Congress reconvenes next 
January, runs until next June 


Clay said: “With the addition 
of gla&s. containers to our di- 
versified line of packaging, we| 
ihave come one step closer to) 
‘our goal of being able to pro- 
complete packaging 


ao vide a 
Before joining the Eisenhow- | 


he iservice to American industry.” 
er Administration three years 


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ivil Aeronautics Board:basis of the Fairchild com- 
ae | “we expect to become through 


ago 2s an assistant postmaster fuse extend beyond , : 
7 es 4 peny’s proposal to manutes jour new Hazel-Atlas Glass Di- 


anticipate fall weather conditions and 


be sure you're ready for spring 


‘ TAKE DOWN AWNINGS NOW 


Anticipate fall weather and hurricane 
season that cause delay In taking down 
your awnings—now’s the time to do it. If 
your awnings need recovering, we will sub- 
mit new fabrics after January !st, recover 
them with an estimate for your approval, 
and have them ready to hang in early spring. 
All work is done by our skilled workmen. 


out Martin’s commitments “in required pa 
the new and growing field of Ae Ba 12 
electronics and missiles as welll,,s's plant in Denver as well 
porary restraining order that FP field of piloted air-),. Baltimore—now employs 
would have blocked the mer-~ ~~ '26,000 workers and designs and 
ger There was no indication as to builds aircraft and modern 
, the number of persons to be weapons for all three military 
nner terme, of the merger, employed in the mew plant, I services 
division of Continental Can eee ae Sh po Oe 
| pected date of completion. . 
ay gree wey anak a So far, the Martin company’s Foreign Exchange 
shate of Contine tal a o- work on the Navy miultiple-| wew vor, sept. 14 w—Forsige 
Rs ciantaationn tol Handl-A thas stage rocket “Vanguard,” to be rates fellow: | Conedien deller ie New 
It is expected the rhea eli launched during the interna- 9") "Ccsts sp % ye 
tificates will be ready for de- tional geophysical year which (geund $2.78 5/16, snchenged. 
livery on Sept. 28 to holders 
of record Sept. 21. | 
Last Monday the anti-trust | 
division of the Justice Depart-| 
ment filed suit to enjoin Con-| VA) . 
tinental from acquiring the Ny Y 
Hazel-Atlas business. The anti-| OCOMWL Lf 7 
trust division contended the) ned tose end ctiitie eis stemnin 
acquisition would violate anti-| 
ney gira of the Clay: 
| 'ton Act. 
eral Reserve director of divi tracts amounted to $71,196 attending the ceremony in the . ‘ . | Sugarman ruled that the) 
sion of examinations, and Neil|™!4year, against $24,507 a year poara's offices here were the Miss Pepsi Hits the Spot ‘complaint did not show tain| 
S. Greensides, acting assistant|“® other members of the three-| ithe “alaer it ia eaeinainian 
ee | | ns - ’ u restrainin 
D won Nog mte “ a Federal MBA to Hear Nee man Board: Ira Dixon of In-| Polly Bergen, TV singer known as “Miss Pepsi-Cola,” helps ier Sab nak iesued. Sa said 
ng te van oll gE, Mouriee 1. Nee toca furni. 2440. and William J. Hallahan| break ground for the new million-dollar plant of Pepsi-Cola +): if the Hazel-Atlas acquisi-| 
J. Linn. of "National Bank of ture executive, will address the °f Maryland. | Bottling Co. of Washington on Rockvile pike at Rollins (tion was held to violate the| 
Washington, will moderate g/Mortgage Bankers Association ,_° alg or Paty <-omry ave. James W. Carkner, bogrd chairman of the local Pepsi (Clayton Act, the Government! 
anel discussion on night bank-|0f Metropolitan Washington at - MOUNES, LOW, HODCT!-| tiem, looks on from the bulldozer seat. then might seek to apply for a) 
Pp scus: la luncheon meeting Monday in22"..* the first chairman in , : fr Idecree to set the merger aside. | 
ing operations. | | — Y "FHLB history whose back- : .| 
NABAC’s new executive di-\the Sheraton-Carlton Hotel. ground has been largely in the | In gree “yp eee 
7 ey ak Beers beep < ~* aoe gs yg wen Aya commercial banking field. Rob- Mt cokes wun tne aediiion| 
ress the delegates on “A Loo ‘ <O- 
at Executive Bevclosauani> nomic Cooperation, recently 
The association will elect/Teturned from a lengthy tour 
national officers on Tuesday @>road. He is also treasurer and 
morning. A banquet on Wednes- Nee F ' 
day night will close the busi.*e¢ *Urniture Co, | 
ness sessions. On Thursday, Wz,’ 
the delegates and their wives!” 40 News Rees ‘ | 
will be treated to all-day tours - oa an, former general, Robertson had n ; 
of Washington. Assigtant Secretary of State, seonnsased with banks in Minne-\5¢?*. 24 its approval of inter-sure and sell the Dutch-de- vision a strong and progressive 
will become associated with i , locking relationships between siv 
with apolis and Des Moines for 38 <q) M. Fairchild. New Signed Fokker F27 transport. (factor in the glass industry. 
Store Sales Decline the investment banking firm of years. ee - cael Ae @ directes of Pan Amert| 
ng 89 Goldman,. Prior to his entry into Gov-|2 ork capitalist and inventor; s a director of Pan r A . H 
Sales of Washington area de-'Sachs & Co a ; ry Pan American World Airways, can, Fairchild was associated ppraisers to ear 
partment stores in the holiday-ianq will be. erument > nog he was senior). .w York, and Fairchild En-|with an airline which might f 
shortened week of Sept. 8 de-|come a general a ee Nr peer gine and Ajirplane Corp. thas besemne customer of the Former FHA Aide 
clined 10 per cent, compared partner on Jan. Bank. and a director of two Hagerstown, Md. egy: pe. ead | The Society of Residential 
on FOS SEO, SOROS SOT, 208. ° ther lowa bank The CAB decision lett up Sojaiee : Appraisers will hear Curt Mack 
the Federal Reserve Bank of ts yrence H "He rong B — _ |\Pairchild the problem of dis-| In denying a petition for-re- gy egy teen dey: bw 5 
Richmond. Downtown store Riggles has | Apenrys a nage Se 8 ve posing of conflicting interests consideration of the Feb. 7 in the Occidental «Ben mmon | 
sales for the week were 14 per | pee ted riety of community affairs and isnin the next 10 days. order, the CAB said in a report | 
cent less. Other comparisons|;. <coeiat was general chairman of the) 7), CAB ihitially dis-'this week that it was unable to|Mack, former assistant commis- 
follow: ; to associate Des Moines Community Chest roved of the interlocking find facts or arguments which sioner of the Federal Housing 
; manager of the in 1937 and subsequently presi- Administration, will speak on 
recent developments in mort- 
gage and interest rates. 


app 
relationships Feb. 7 on the|had not been considered. 


N. Y. Bond Prices 


Associated Press 


Jan. 1 , , 

o Washington ah. f dent of that city’s Community 
ie |@gency of Saltzman Chest for three years. | 
Phoenix Mu- | Born July 13, 1893, in Minne- 

tual Life Insurance Co. . . .'apolis, he began his banking ca- 

Miss Velva N. Clark has been reer in 1915 after graduating 

appointed manager of infor-from the University of Minne- 

mation services for the Na-sota. He is married, has twot 


etre. D.C 
wntewn D.C 
Mimore Metro. . 
ichmond Metro. 
fth District 

. &. average 


Bank Votes Dividends 


Directors of National Metro-|tiomal Association of Refrig- 


Kessler Plans Outlined 


| The Kessler division of Sea-| 


(iat) Wa ow Clow Ce gram Distilling Co. yesterday 


> 


politan Bank declared a special rated Warehouses of Wash- 
dividend of 6% per cent or| "stan... Mrs. Eileen Jacob- 
$1.30 a share, payable Dec. 145°? has been elevated to copy 
to stockholders of record Dec.|Cbief at the Alvin Epstein Ad. 
3. A similar special dividend |VeTUsing Agency. 

was voted last year, according V | 
to President C. F. Jacobsen, /YOtes | 
Also declared was the regular! Fifteen local insurance men. 
semiannual dividend of 3 per headed by Joseph L. B. Murray 
cent or 60 cents a share, pay-Jr., president of the D. C. As- 
able Oct. 15 to stockholders of|sociation of Insurance Agents, 
‘yecord Oct. 4. will leave Sunday to attend a 
three-day convention of the 


Major Finance Gains National Association of Insur-' 


Major Finance Corp. of Silver 
Spring, Md., yesterday reported 
net income of $16,094 or 81 
cents a common share for the 
first six months of 1956, as com- 
pared with $13,792 or 87 cents 
a share in the same 1955 period. 
Morton Sturt, president of the nairy Products Corp. of Wash- 
firm which operates four small- ington has opened its 83d 
loan oe pointed out that area store at 4705 Central 
more shares were outstanding aye j; ‘ani 5 | 
this year. He added that Major. Eaward R. Trabmell tas 
Finance's receivables on June been named head of the nu- 
30 totaled $596,075, a gain of clear energy division of Bozell 
27 per cent over the same 1955g%& Jacobs, Inc., with offices at 
period. Conditional sales con-,711 14th st. nw. 


chandising Corp. of Washing- 
ton has been awarded a con- 
tract by the General Electric 
Co. plan at Brockport, N. Y., 
for the operation of an auto 
matic snack bar ... High's 


D. C. Security Prices 


prices on the Wash- Lite 


Lieele (01.0 

t 

iets (+12) 

Washiagtes (1.29) : 
TRUST COMPANY 


(1.88) 


Y urity 
).- Be 
—_ SS oe. 
Peeples Brag & tom. 12 ot 34, 106 at 34, 
S st 39%.. Amer 
Pot Elec Per com 4 ot 22%, 159 at 27%, 
oa : * Suburban 
Pot Elec Per com 75 at 27%, 31 ot 22%, 
8 at 22%, 25 at 22%. 
com 6 at 32%, @ at 327%, 306 at 
Ges com 108 ot 38%, 28 st 38%, 


hecht 
38%, 1 at 38%. 
tes Dreg $ = Ss at 33%. 


- 
ae 


(1.98) 
TITLE INSURANCE 


~. ee EBs vaxve c8zk 


23) 
(4.38) 
BANK 


ance Agents in New York .. . 
The Macke Automatic Mer) 


daughters and lives at 2500 

st. nw. ad Total sales $3,510,000; | 
A reception in honor of the age $4,979,000 

FHLB chairman and his wife 

will be given on Sept. 25 by 


the United States Savings and 


‘vy Hh 
5 67% 67% 67% 


Nerwey 4 ' ok 7% 
(000) Wich Lew Clese Chg Pere 6581 


Allied Ch 3.5578 % S— % 


"outlined plans to reintroduce 
* }} Kessler whiskey to this area at) 
5 te7%cterms teres % 2 Meeting held at Capitol City 


2% % — dal ® tributor. 


WAL—Manufacturing Division, 7th Floor 
also Chevy Chase and Alexandris 


Liquor Co., Inc., its local dis- ees 


_— = 


77 7% 8s Hs —s) 
47 106% 165% 106%+ 4) 
127 133% 207% 137%. ..../ 
i ws. & +% 
7 zu ) ma +% 
/ > aoe | 
2 183% 183% 


7 
Loan League in te Mayflower aenene rt 


Hote!. 


ATS? 4085 
ACLion 4.5064 


Bowater Sales, Net 


Increase Over 1955 


LONDON, Sept. 14 ()—The/tutes %. pow 
Bowater Paper Corp., Ltd., re-leaet v _ 
ported today its sales for six CMS?P %:2098 
months ended June 30 totaled fos" jn" 
$125,240,693 and net income |eccst 4.5577 


1 Ss64 
amounted to $7,158,331. Coming 3.375581 


| The report was the first in- Contd 2.75872 

terim consolidated statement 352881 
to be issued in Bowater’s his-|Sett# 3st wt 
tory. For comparison, the com- Ere 4.5:2015 

pany noted that one-half of the poe a... 
figures for the full year ended go. fice 3.5<78 
Dec. 31, 1955, would give sales ¢ ss 
of $115,979,562 and net income ¢ 
of $6,052,070. 


Grace 3.5575 
HedkM inc S957 


Net of W. R. Grace 
Rises in Six Months 


W. R. Grace & Co. reported Sse 
for six months ended June 30 mep «¢. 
net income of $10,547,545, \"# te 
equal to $2.37 a share on 4,248 


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‘standing on June 30 1955. 

| Mer? e207 
| Sales of $222,117,868 this worteres 479 
‘year compared with $219,398,- °S#t wr: 
'464 a year earlier. ; 


$2§°33*~3 


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¢23 ico for the recovery and- utili- 
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ALEXANDRIA, VA. 


You’re most cordially invited to visit this Post- 
Times Herald Model Home of ‘56 in Ft. Wil- 
liams Park, Alexandria. Built by Malcolm 
Matheson, Jr., it’s an exciting example of the 
charm a moderately priced house can achieve. 


Inspired by the pink of the brick itself, we've 
used Williamsburg and cyclamen pinks In new 
ways... to accent sandalwood and white. 
Tomlinson’s ‘Sophisticate’ furniture, making 
its Washington debut at Woodward & Lothrop, 
adds another new-as-new note. White tile with 
brass is strikingly used, too. See for yourself: 
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. until dark. 
Other days, 1:00 p.m. until dark. 


To reach 19 Ft. Williams 
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follow cur map. From 
Alexandria, it's epprox!- 
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Washington St. on Duke 
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33 Churches "2s orsenen eat 
In Training Cc leric Admits He’s ‘Hipped 
Union Drive On Subject of Orthodoxy’ 


Thirty-three churches of the: : 
Staff Reporter | 


is] 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
Seturday, September 15, 1956 - ts 


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St. Patrick’s Votes 
For Church Day School - 


The vestry ‘of St. Patrick's churches operate day schools 
Episcopal Church, Foxhall and here. . 


| as 
Reservoir rds. nw., voted last Registration Sunday 


week to establish a church day) 2 P : 
school. ! For Episcopalian Pupils 
Pupils of many Episcopal 


: Confident Living 
Scientist Finds 
Spiritual Secret 


District Baptist Convention 


The school will be open Mon- | 


By Norman Vincent Peale 


Max Morrison; minister of a Presbyterian church in 


Pasadena, Calif., occasionally sends me his interesting Gibson, director of Training climber 


‘will cooperate next week in a 


’ 


training union enlargement 
campaign 


Campaign director is Harvey 


The Rev. Alfred W. Burns of 
St. Matthew's Parish, Hyatts- 
ville, is a wiry mountain 
who applies great 


sermons. Particularly impressive was a story he recently Union Administration of the energy, mental and physical,| | 
told about a nationally famous scientist. 


The man's name was not re-° 


vealed, but he was making a 
major speech to a distinquished 
scientific body. At the end of 
the academic portion of his 
address, he paused and said 
“Ladies and gentlemen, ] vould 
like to tell you about a bit of 
personal scientific research 
that may possibly be more in- 
teresting to you than the other 
material I have been discuss- 
ing 

“You are kind enough to re- 


gard me as a competent scien-| 


tist. I want to tell you that 
when I was 50 years old—and 
that was 15 years ago—I was 
living in a small California 
town, doing an unimportant 
scientific job. I had no reputa- 
tion. I was personally miser- 
able; I had constant headaches, 


and as a result lived in agony) 
While the 


most of ‘that time. 

headaches lasted I could 

complish nothing at ail. 
“Then,” he continued, “I 


ac- 


and dread, but with eager an- of Nashville, executive secre- the task 


ticipation and faith. 

“I decided I would try this 
for one day, that I would really 
try it. That was certainly not 
easy, since it was so contrary 
to my usual depressive way of 
thinking, and it was the hard- 
est thing I ever did to stick to 
the new thought pattern for 
that one day. But, at the end of 
the day, although I was ab 
solutely worn out with it and 
physically tired, it made me 
feel so much better I decided 
I'd try it a second day 

“Then I tried it a third, a 
fourth, a fifth, a sixth, 
seventh and, on the eighth 
day, I experienced the greatest 
sense of relief | have ever had 
in my life. Suddenly, it was as 
though the clouds had parted 
and I had really lived for the 
first time 

“Then,” he added, “as I con- 
tinued with this new plan, I 
noticed that’ I was not having 
headaches any more.” He went 


Southern Baptist Sunday 
School Board, Nashville, Tenn 
The Rev. Dr. J. E. Lamdin 


tary of the Training Union De- 
partment for the Southern Bap- 
tist Convention, will address 
the campaign kickoff meeting 
Sunday at 3 p. m. at the Metro- 
politan Baptist Church. Most 
of his executive staff will be 
present. 

Purpose of the campaign is 
to select and train leaders for 
an enlarged organization. The 
Training Union—the Sunday 
evening counterpart of the 


Sunday school—has separate 
' 


&@ programs for each age level,’ the 


are intended to develop 
in church member- 


which 
maturity 
ship. 

Training Unions in Washing- 
ton have a membership of more 
than 460). The largest, with 
759 members, is at the Metro- 
politan Church 

Seventy-five denominational 
and State Baptist officials, pas- 
tors and lay leaders are taking 


to whatever he is doing. 

His friends are boht amazed 
and amused by his ability to: 
give himself so completely to 
at hand that time is 


lost in eternity. Mis appoint-| | 


ment schedule often ends up a 
shambles. 
He whiles away his vacation 


; 
' 


with the same output of ergs § 


’ 


(a scientific measur® for| | 


energy) that he expends on 
his pastoral rounds. This sum- 
mer he climbed mountains six 


days in a row. As a member ; 


of the board of directors of 
the Randolph (N. H.) Mountain 
Club, he felt a certain duty, 
like noblesse oblige. 


The first day he went up the) | 


Webster Cliffs (height 4000 ft.), 

second day, Arethusa| 
Falls; 
Carrigain 


(4647 = ft.): 


the next day, Mount! ; 
then,| 


Mt. Adams (5805 ft.). This day,| * 


he took along his family: his 
wife Elisabeth and daughters| 
Rosalind, 11, and Alison, 6,) 
plus a.39-inch air mattress on 
his back. 


Storm on Mountain Top 
The weight didn't bother 


day- at 9 a. m. in the paris 


idren aged 3 or 4, but elemen- 
tary grades may be added 
later. Sessions will be held 9 
‘to 12 Monday through Friday. 

Director will be Mrs. C, Ver- 


non Gessford, a member of St. | 


Patrick's Parish, formerly a 
teacher in the District schools. 
Several other Episcopa! 


hall. This year it will be a 
nursey school only, for chil- 


h Sunday schools will return 


Sunday for registration or for- 
mal school opening. 
All Saints’, at Chevy Chase 


circle, which had just under 
'1000. pupils last year, ia ex- 


pected to go over that figure 
Sunday when teachers register 
their. pupils following a brief 
church service at 9:30 a. m. 
Other Episcopal church 
schools starting Sunday in- 
clude St. John's Bethesda; St. 
Matthew's Hyattsville; St. Al 
ban’s and Christ Church, G st. 


Conference Set 


the Upper Seneca 


previous pastorate was 


Beaver Dam, Ky. 


University of Mississippi 


The Rev. Charles W. Adams, 
31, a native of Mississippi, has 
begun his duties as pastor of Appointment of an interm 
Baptist pastor at the National Baptist 
Church, Cedar Grove, Md. His Memorial Church, 16th st. and 
the Columbia rd. nw. 
Cool Springs Baptist Church, —. 
After graduating from the 
in| 
1949, he entered the Southern | 
‘Baptist Theological Seminary, 
\Loulsville, Ky., and received a! 
bachelor of divinity degree last) 


Mormon Stake National Baptist | 
Church Appoints 


Interim Pastor 


was an- 
nounced yes 
terday. 
He is the 
' Rev. G. Edison 
Burke, a for- 
mer pastor of 
Baptist 
churches and 
recently minis- 
ter-counselor 


on to say that, amazingly, in part in the campaign. They him, he says, but the awkward-' By Vie Casamento, Staff Photographer 
the last 15 years he had not wij} visit each church to train ness. They spent the night 
during that period that he had -ram. club near the mountain top 
risen from obscurity to leader 4 @urious windstorm devel. 
ship in his field . ‘ a r , 

This scientist concluded his Cedar (rove jopee. — oS oa 
remarkable statement by say- , The S0-year-old cabin, at- 
ing, “Primarily my improve-(,etg New Pastor tached by cables to the rock,’ 
ment came about through two | ‘ 
factors: (1) I disciplined my) 


May. 


serously began to read William | 
The Rev. Alfred Burns of St. Matthew's Parish, Hyattsville. | li 


dames and the Bible and be- 
came convinced that my trouble 
was in my definitely unhealthy 
thought pattern. So, as a man 
of science, I decided to ex- 
periment with myself ‘and ex- 
plore the possibility of -im- 
proving my condition by im- 
proving my thought habits. 

“I determined to think only 
of the pleasant and beautiful 
things of the past. And, when 
I thought about the present, I 
would think only about the 
great opportunities that the 
present had for me, and not its 
frustrations. And, when I! 
thought about the future, I 
would think of it not with fear 


: of Quaker Hill, 
Inc, an af- 
| | filiate of Com- 
He could travel farther with' Mr. Burke mercial Enter- 
his voice. As a baritone in the prises of Newark, N. Y. He is 
at College Park, and now is thing is possible,” he says. Glee Club and bass in the a graduate of the Southern 
program chairman for the! People today, he believes, Chapel Choir, he went = pone Ae ge gs Seminary, 
Pri h “ spring tours as far as Philadel- Louisville, Ky. 

y ; : ‘Pr nce Georges Mental Health “are in desperate need of a chia. | The National Baptist Church 
hn I d t sand dak secuaien” “wie chek et trists d mini nergy cit log ecabe rage ET eh nigh 94. nn heme nae Mae ogy Toe on 
, + - Jchn Longden, assistant to 540 ice, >| sychiatrists and ministers,'ter is based on that which is in hi« he ) 
ne unighty Gea “Aud @ the Council of the Twelve ing.” he says, “and we were who used to go their separate eterna! ch is\in his home town of Wellesley, pastor since the Rev. Dr. Ed- 
1 translated these disciplined 


| and unchanging.”|Mass., he met the girl who be-\ward B. Willingham resigned 
Apostles, Salt Lake City, will] Shaking in our boots. Alison'paths, have found “they need n’ iz - ; 
thoughts into action with His speak at the 65th quarterly didn’t sleep all night. Shejeach other,” he says. They aren't satisfied by some-\came his wife, Elisabeth, Si-\last November to become gen- 
help.” 


: is ) i 
conference of the Washington kept asking for reassurance For Orthode thing that is remodeled “every|monds, a Vassar student whose eral secretary of the Foreign 
Neither of these things which 


. time a man gets a neW father. Bruce Simonds. was Mission Societies of the Ameri- 
Stake. Church of Jesus Christ amd we gave it, though not as- | - ; ’ e : | 
the scientist did are easy of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon) sured ourselves.” | As to theology, he admits thought.” They want a fixed dean of the Yale Music School.'can Baptist Convention. The 
There is no easy road to self being “hipped on the subject Christianity, 


tO landmark and h | 
Sunday at 10 a.m. a tot og Washington (6208. ft), ane csentially the Arrived im 1951 feed aohsbeten aaiee ak ale 
improvement or a better con-|, The meeting, at Lisner Audi lord of the white Mountains, .¢ orthodoxy.” His principal|same down the centuries, fills} After Bowdoin—the Episco-'ply pastor through August. 

dition in life. But the ma the need. B ‘pal Theological School, Cam-| 
urns went ; 


orium, will continue with an was next. He went to the top, 
Seat te that Mabrituel power afternoon session at 2:30. J.a distance of four miles, and COmservative influences have | The Rev. Mr 
iat spirits Willard Marriott, president of returned on foot to Randolph,’ been the Rev. Dr. Theodore O.'; ees ceil bridge; then a rectorship in " 
works in, human experience.'in. Stake. will’ conduct the 13 miles. Wedel. Conan of tek Weslion. ~ religion with the idea Of | arid cs Oldies dedi U. S, Population 
With its help the most for- » stings with the assistance of ’ sning- bettering the world. One sen- geport, Z y, St! 


vik : . : r 
midable difficulties may be camue} R. Carpenter Like most ‘up-and-coming ton Cathedral and Warden oftence, he says, turned hisMatthew’s, in Hyattsville, Now 168,360,000 
51. | 


and Episcopal rectors, the Rev. Mr. . . 
overcome. The secret iS 10 Prank C. Kimball, Stake coun- Burns deepens and strength- the College of Preachers; C. S. nage Roxbury Latin, a Bos|" About that time his mother 


learn and apply the laws which cilors ens his minist f Lewis. Oxford do n : 

govern our “eo 8" NO! An attendance of 2000, from up his sondenets 3 4 — theologian, and the ev, D. R(0" Preparatory poornne Faegy ata ag ~ feature writer 
one need put up with an U1] wards and two dependent health and theology. He has Davies, an Anglo-Catholic re oo eae Pane ‘aehet toad @ Boston Globe, gave his 
satisfactory self. 3 | branches between Richmond, just completed a term as chair- priest. If you admit the basic tease P “we H —_= = “io ——. Austin. The 000. 
Coprright. 1996, Ms Va. and Fairview, Pa., is ex- man of the advisory board of miracle, “God's love revealed| His “good-night leader” was ye Aye yw «te ae an This total, which itneludes 


ES ted. 
Episcopal Ps ieee Hubbard, present\ning committee of the Dioce-90%20 members of the armed 


a ; 


Mental- Health Study Center in the Incarnation,” then “any- 


‘Polish Nationdl Church 


ST. FRANCIS 

POLISH NATIONAL CATHOLIC 

Bethiehem Chapel. Washington 

Cathedral! 

36th and Woodley Road ".W 
Rev. S&S. Kaminski (RA. 6-4652) 
Polish Mass 11:00 AM 

Nursery During Service 


The Census Bureau yester- 
day estimated the United States 
ipopulation on Aug. 1 at 168, 


Syndicate. Ine 


Episcopal 
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


Cathedral 


Daily Services 
7:30 a.m., Noon, 4 p.m. 


State Day, COLORADO 


ishop of Spokane. “Instead|san Department of Missions, |{°"Ces overseas, is an increase 


building bridges 1 was/he has to travel around study-lt ove the count at in —_ 


census in 1950. 


Batterian | Spiritual Srience New Jerusalem 
THE CHURCH OF THE 
HOLY CITY 
Téth St. above O N.W. 
Rev. William PF. Wunsch. Minister 

10:00 A.M.—Church School 

10:15 AM.—Adult Bible Class 

11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship 
“Filled with Jey” 


called to build the Kingdom of\ing the real estate situation, 
God,” was Bishop Hubbard’s|looking for possible church 
sentence that started the sites. It also represents an in 
youth thinking. | The growth of his member-|“°25® of ——— . Paf 4 

He went to Bowdoin College,'ship, from 600 to 800, belt omen 1b ne pores tod ~ 
where he waited on tables, modestly insists, is entirely’ ae of Stem mc tats e 
sold advertising for college due to the rapid growth of yon 9 1088 wan” 765,520,000. 
agree — a machine in Hyattsville. But this doesn't > =: ; 
a textile mill. He excelled at/explain why the church budget 
cross country but “hated it.”|has tripled at the same time. Divine Srience 

| CHURCH OF THE 


Untuersalist Untversalist 
UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL MEMORIAL CHURCH HEAL ING CHRIST 


76th and & w. Grace L. Faus, Minister 


00 AM 
wand saceUE SS Siksae- THEW ANS votes 


Thuredey. § PM 
Dr. Brooks, Preaching 


First Spiritual Science 
Selte 631, 1404 K Ge. N.W. 
Rev. Alice W. Tindall, Paster 
Private Aproin4fnents 
ME. 8-0973-—CO. 5-1149 
Spiritual Healing Messages Meetings 
Sun.. Tues.. Thurs.. § P.M. 

Tuesday, 2:30 P.M. . 
Developing Classes Wed. 8 P.M. 


_Bowntown Evangelical and Reformed Churches 
CONCORDIA GRACE 


Twentieth 42 G S N.W. Fifteesth and O & N.W. 
G. ter ROBERT W. OLEWILER. 
8:40 AM—Church School 
11:03 AM—Morning Worship 
Nursery during service 


“Never, newer do violence te 
your rational nature. He whe in 
any case admits doctrines which 
contredict reason has broken 
down the great barrier between 
truth and falsehood, and lays 
open his mind to every delu- 


sion.” William Ellery Channing. 


Washington 
Massachusetts and 
Wisconsin Ave. N.W. 


SIXTEENTH SUNDAY 
AFTER TRINITY 


8:00 A.M.—Holy Communion St. Mary's Chapel-— 
The Rev, Canon Charles Martin 


9:30 AM.—Holy Communion—Bethiehem Chapel— 
The Rev. Richard Williams 


11:00 A.M,—Morning Prayer and Sermon 
The Rev. Canon Robert F. McGregor 


4:00 P.M.—Evensongo—The Rev. Canon G. Gardner Monks 


Regular Guided Tours—Daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 
Sunday following: the 11 am. and 4 p.m. services, 


THE CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY 


1317 G ST. N.W. 
THE REV. CHARLES D KEAN, DD. Rector. THE REV. WARREN E MACE 
8:00 AM —Holy Communion 


ALL SOULS’ CHURCH 


Sixteenth and Harvard Sts. N.W 


Minister 


A. POWELL DAVIES, D.D. 
11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship 
ik or 


| Prep, Parking a 2670 16th o8, ¥.W. 
a... You © ‘ ? 
Moravian 


MORAVIAN CHURCH 


Services held in 
THE CHAPEL OF LUTHER 
PLACE MEMORIAL CHURCH 
at Thomas Circle 
3:00 p.m, 
The Rev. John Pulton 


ww 
Prof. of Practical Theology. 
Moravian Theological Geminery 


ALE. Zion 
JOHN WESLEY 
A. M. E. ZION CHURCH 


National Church of Zion Methediem 
14th end Corcoran Sis. ¥W. 
BR Frenklin Jackson. DD. Minister 


Sermon by the minister 
“TOYNBEE'S VIEW OF 
RELIGION” 


operated 


VIRGINIA 


BETHEL 


9:30 A —<hareh, ,, Schests ll AM.—Moerning Worship—“SCARED TO 


“ OM ag 


FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 
16th and Webster Sts. N.W. William C. Alishouse, Paster 
Robert Williams, Asst. Minister 


’ ' tember 
31°00 A.M.—Church School Story Hour and Nursery 
11:00 A.M.—Mecrning Prayer with sermon dy the Rector ; 
“LIVING THE FAITH IN A SECULAR WORLD 
with sermon by the Rev. Warren 


Church of Brethren Church of Brethren 


Washington City Church of the Brethren || 7°45 4.“.—Sunday School. 
OF ARLINGTON vote Street we Ae Carolina Avenue. Southeast 10:50 A.M.—Sermon by Rev. Robert B. Williams 


Ariincten Bivd. ond S. Pershing Dr. Duane H. Rameer. Minister—Alvin FP. Zunkel. Associate Minister | Z 
ROSS A 


» WESTON, Minister 9:45 AM.—Church School 7:30 to 8:30 P.M.—HAPPY SUMMER SUNDAY 
9:15 AM. | AM.—*"GOALS OF THE CHURCH.” NIG 


“ATHEISM and 
AGNOSTICISM” 


8.0060 P M.—Holy Communion E. Mace 


ST. ALBAN’S 


UNITARIAN CHURCH 


Massachusetts and Wisconsin Aves N.W. 
The Rev. E. Felix Kioman. DD. Rector 
The Rev. David M Gillespie. The Rev. John Cc. Harris. Assistants 
AM —Holy Communion . fe rh 
vas CHURCH REGISTRATION IN GUILD HALL FOLLOWING 
$15 SERVIC a 
11:00 AM —Morning Prayer—Sermon Mr Gillespie 
Wednesday and Priday 10.30 AM —Holy Communion 


~ ALL SOULS’ MEMORIAL 


2300 Cathedral Ave. N.W. Uust East of Conn. Ave.) 
Rev. Frank Blackwelder, Rector Rev. A. L. Wills, Associate Rector 


Rev. Ramsey 

6:30 P_M—Group Meetings—Children, Young People and Adults. 
7:30 P.M.—Installation Service for Rev, Zunkel. 

8:00 P.M.—Reception in Social Room for Rev. Zunkel and family. 


One Hour of Inspiring Evangelism 


| 6:30 P.M—Youth Groups. 
Nursery During Both Services 


Christian ® rience Christian Sriruce Teke Georgia & Alaska bus up 16th St. to Webster on Rie. 29 | 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES Lutheran | Lutheran 


AND READING ROOMS IN ; 
GREATER WASHINGTON Chur th of the 1 Reformation 


Branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of / Lawrence D. Folkemer, Rev. 


SOUTHEAST 
UNITARIAN CENTER 


Suitland Community Hall 
Sliver Hill Road, Sultiand, Md. 
11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship 


The Service from All Soule’ Church 
transmitted by special wire 


M—Holy Commun 


ion. 
M"ASHION OF THE SPIRIT,” Mr. Blackwelder 


Pastore: Dr 7 te 


10:48 AM.—School of Religions Dona . Prigge, 
Dr. Oscar F. Blackwelder, Pastor Emeritus; Jule Zabawe. Minister of Muste 


The Rev. Joseph Tatna 


St. Paul's—Bock Creek Parish 


Founded 1712—86 acres of-famous Churchyard 
New Hampshire and Allison at 3rd St 


ll. Reetor 
Services at 8 9:30 and 11 A M 


uw 
Stewart M. Joy. Asst. 


Capitol Hill 


COLLEGE PARK 
UNITARIAN CHURCH 


Buliding EE—t. of Md. Campus 
1) A.M.—Morning Worship 


Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts 


SUBJECT OF LESSON—-SERMON SEPTEMBER 16, 1956 


“MATTER” | 
Golden Text: Psalms 81:9, 10. There shall no strange god be in 


9 and 11 AM.—“BEYOND IMAGINATION,” Dr. Folkemer 
9 and 11 A.M.—Children’s Church and Music imstruction. Nur- 
séry 9-12. 


10:00 A.M.—Sunday Church School for all ages. 


6:00 P.M.—Sunday Evening Club 
8:00 P._M.—"LOVE AND SELF-LOVE”—Dr. Folkemer. 


STS. CONSTANTINE 
AND HELEN 


4115 l6th St. NW. 
Rev. Demetrics G. Kalaris. 
| Priest 


ST.MARK’S ord and A Streets, OE 


William M. Baxter, Rector 
8 A.M.—Holy Communion 10 AM.—Morning Prayer, Sermon 


ST. PAUL’ 


ule” Church 


Service from Ail : 
wire 


i Se 
tranemitted by special 
16:45 AM.—School of Religion 


thee; neither shale thou worship any strange god. | am the Lord 
thy God, which brought thee out of the of Egypt. 


CHURCHES 


Washington, D. C. 

FIRST CHURCH 

Col. Rd. & Euclid St. NW. 
SECOND CHURCH 

3160 Pennsylvania Ave. $.E. 
THIRD CHURCH 

13th and L Sts. N.W, 
FOURTH CHURCH 

3505 16th St. N.W. 


LUTHER PLACE | CHRIST LUTHERAN 
MissoURI 


MEMORIAL {6th & Gallatin Sta. W.W. TA. 9-718 
Thomas Cirele William F. Bruening, Paster 
16th & MN, NW. 


8:30 a.m. end 11°00 a.m. 
At The Luther Statue Morning Worship 


‘ 
an Cogn reses.| - ST. PAUL'S 
Connecticut Ave at Everett 

Heary W. Snyder, D.D. 
9:30 AM-—Church School 
11:00 AM—"MAKE IT CLEAR.” 
6:0 P M—tLuther League. 


2430 K St. WLW. 
Near Wash. Cir. 


St. Stephen and The Incarnation 


16th and Newton S's. N_.W 
The Rev. Stuart F. Gast. Rector 
Holy Communion: § AM 
il AM —Morning Prayer end Sermon 


~ OLD ST. JOHN'S 


O st West of Wisconsia 
Wiliam Share. Rector 
J — Wage. Curate 
8.00 AMN-Hely Communion. 
8.15 AM.—family Service and 
urch School 
11 A M—Morniog Prayer and Sermon 


ST. MATTHEW'S PARISH 
BMYATTSVILLE,. MD. 
42n4 & Gallatin: 7:30. 11 
Sith & Nicholson: 68. 9:45 


Trinity Church 


Piney Branch Rd. at Dablia St. N.W. 
Rich Asst. 


Virginia 

FIRST CHURCH—Alexandria 
1709 Russell Road 

FIRST CHURCH—Arlington 
6843 Little Falls Rd. 

SECOND CHURCH—Arlington 
3101 Arlington Bivd, at No. 
Highland St. 

SOCIETY —Fairfax 
Town Hall 


Maryland 
FIRST CHURCH—Chevy Chase 
7901 Conn. Ave. 
FIRST CHURCH—Hyattsville 
6221 43rd Ave. 
FIRST CHURCH—Silyer Spring 
— Ave. and Highland 
rive. 


HOURS OF SERVICES 
Sunday Morning Services and Sunday School et 11; First Church, 
Chevy Chase, First Church, Alexandria and First Church, Arlington, 
Services and Sunday School also at 9:30. Second Church, Arling- 
ton, Sunday School at 9:30 and 11. Sunday Evening Services in 
First Church, Washington, at 8, Third and Fourth Churches, Wash- 
ington at 5. Wednesday Evening Meetings at 8 include Testimonies 
of Healing. First Church, Arlington and First Church, Hyattsville, 
at 8:15, Fairfax Society, First and Third Wednesdays of each month, 


READING ROOMS 


Washington, D. C. 
1532 Connecticut Ave. N.W. 
1601 Eye Street N.W. 

(Christian Science Bidg.) 
14th & G Sts. N.W. (Colo. 
1405 Park Rd. N.W. 

(Riggs Bank Bidg.) 
2315 Wisconsin Avenue N.W. ° 
4626 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. 5221 43rd Avenue, Hyattsville 
1302 Rhode Island Ave. N.W. 8616 Georgis Ave., Silver Spring 
All Are Cordially Invited to Attend the Services and to Visit 
the Reading Rooms 


Radio fun, WARL, 8:45 WMAL, 9:18 
parece Sel ile Sa nas ee bt on 
TV Progrems—Sundey, WRC-IV—9:30 AM. 


ROCKVILLE UNITARIAN 
CENTER 


Richard Mentsomery Bich Scheel 
8:30 P.M. 


Rev. Ross A. Weston 
“WHO ARE THESE 
UNITARIANS?” 


A Cordial Invitation to ell Interested 


9:30 Parish Mass & Sermon 
(courch School and Nursery) 

11:18 ne Mass 

8:00 Evensong and. Benediction 


ww. 36th and Mass. Ave. H.W. 


| Very Rev. Aimiliancs Laloussis, Deas 

| Rev. Johm T. Tevierides, Asst. 
Matins 9 until 10:30 om. 

Divine Liturey 10:30 until 18 


Nursery during ell services. 
9:45 AM.—Chureh School 
THE SERVICE 
8:45 and 11:00 AM 
“LET THIS RUMOR FLY!” 
Preed 


| 
Confessions: Sat.. § te 5 


ST. JOHN’S 
Lat 


ayette Square 
The Rev. Frank R. Wilson 
8 00— Ho! omm unien 
$ 30--Holy =e Mr. Wilson 
il Morning Prarer. Dr. Lesie 
Gienas : 
12:00—Holy Communion 
7 Evening Prayer. Mr 
Children and infants cared for 
WEEKDAY SERVICES 
Dafiy at Noon 
Wea Pri. and 
Healing Service 


St. Thomas’ Church 
18th Street between P and Que 
Near Dupont Circle 
. The Rev Haereld Bend Sedewick, 
Rex tor 


8 A.M. Hely Communion 
1] AM. Morning Prayer and 
Sermon. The Rector. 


Nursery in Parish House during 
It o'cloek Service 
4 CORDIAL WELCOME 


CHRIST CHURCH 
GEORGETOWN 


ey and O Streets ' W_ Since 1817 
am. also. Confessions. ee. John R. Ansshute. DD. Rector 
Sm. and 7:30-6 39 om Gervices’ 8. 9:30 and 11:00 AM. 


ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 


Virginia 
- GOOD SHEPHERD | 


Braddock 


A 
Rev. H. J. Wuedbens 
6:30 & 11:00 AM.—Morning Worship. 


HOLY TRINITY 
FALLS CHURCH 


Arlington Bivd. & Woodlawn Ave. 
ye ver F. Yost, Pastor 


8:30-11 A.M.—Morning Worshilp 
9:45 A.M.—Church School 
St. Paul’s Lutheran 
0:20 ate tuntey Bebo! and 


6:30 and 11 0 a.m Worship  antaint 


VIRGINIA | 


Faith Lutheran “ets ee 
Piving Servint 8 00. 920,00 


Supervised Nursery at 9:30 end 11:00 a.m. 


8:00 PM—Luther League 
6:06 PM—Young Adult 
Fellowship 


Free & Parkin 
Ounce the Charch. 


AUGUSTANA 
V and New Hampshire N.\W. 
Pastor Clarence L. Nelson 


SIXTH CHURCH 

4441) Wis. Ave. N.W. Sun. 

4510 42nd St. N.W. Wed. 
SEVENTH CHURCH 

1302 Rhode Island Ave. N.W. 
EIGHTH CHURCH : 

Zand & Jackson at R. |. Ave. 


FAIRFAX UNITARIAN 
CENTER 
Oakten Scheel, Reute 115 
10:30 AM —nguerdes Address >? 


falter Kri 
Mizister of 
Church 


Ses on All 
at ul 


Souls Unitarien 
ch. New ity 


Yok C 


Sat. at 7.39 «@ 
Thurs. at 3:30 


MT. VERNON 
UNITARIAN CENTER 


Hollin Hillis School. Ford Hunt Road 
11:00 AM.—Morning Worship 


- 
> ® 


ard Faxen, 
8:00 AM —HoWy Communica 


‘15 AM.—Pamily Service 
6 and Church Scheel 


11,00 AM —Morning prayer and ser- 
mon 


_ ASCENSION 
and ST. AGNES 


transmitt 


Curren Porum 
wy ters above at 3:45 AM. 


Virginia 
110 N, St. Asaph St., Alexandria 
6835 Little Falls Rd., Arlington 
3150 Wilson Bivd., Rm. 200, 
Arlington 


UNITARIAN CHURCH 
OF MONTGOMERY 
COUNTY 
Wamans Be Tee Se Are 
lL AM 


Bidg.). 


Nur . 
Dally 7 am. Lew 


Maryland 
7901 Conn. Ave., Chevy Chase 


Mr. 
Joha Baker, Minister 
“A SLAVE OF FREEDOM” 


gs x ee 


News of the Churches University 


Ry Kenneth Dole 


Advent ‘Steps to Christ 
Available in 75 Tongues 


The ie y Seventh-day Adventist literature, 


“Steps to Christ, 


Adventist Ellen G. White has just 


been published in fire new languages, bringing the total 


to 75 
This all-t best 
to 


limg Adventist 
seller is now ava ‘lab! e 
Koreans, Turks. South Pacific 
natives who speak Tongan and 
West African natives who 
speak Ibo and Yoruba 
Mrs. White. who died ih 
1915. is believed to have seen 
more of her words in print 
other human being 
dead, including 
Drmas, 


The Rev. Dr. P. L. Harvey 
of the Greater Tabernacle 
Baptist Church, West Palm 
Beach, Fia., will hold a re- 
vival at Mount Carmel! Bap- 
tist Church, 3d and I sts. 
nw.. this Sunday through 
Sept. 28, at 8:45 p. m. 


Walter G. Marz 
or of the Lather 
Church the 
left this week 


® The Rev 
assistant past 
Place Memorial 
pest two years, 
to beco ne uf the Lu- 
theran Church of the Resurrec- 
tion, Daytona Beach, Fla 
® The Eastminster Presby 
terian Church, Bladensburg, 
M4.. has si arted a Sunday 
school in Lanham, Md 
Joseph F. Barr, chairman 
of the Washington Armed Serv 
ices Col t | Welfare 
qd. will speak at the fn t 
lAaSsis 
Lafayette 


- 


idayv at 5 


pastor 


n tnree spiritual em} 
programs sf | 
square USO Club, Sur 


®* The Brigecs Baptist Church, 


5144 Massachusetts ave.. West 
moreland, Md. will celebrate 
its fourth birthday Sunday 
with a founders’ day program 

® The National Gospel Quar- 


. tet and the Northern Virginia 


Youth for Christ Choir will 
hold their monthly community 
hymn sing Sunday at 3 p. m. in 
the Bonair Baptist Church, Wil 
son bivd. and North Illinois st., 
Arlington 

® The School of. Religion at 
Howard University is offering 
three evening graduate courses 
this year for “religious lay- 
men.” 

Nancy Poore Tufts has 
been named organist and 
music director of St. Paul's 
Episcopal Church, Rock 
Creek. 


® The Rev. Paul Foelber, 
pastor of St. Andrew Lutheran 
Church, Glenmont, Md.. has ac 
cepted a call to head the De- 
marti nent of Music at St 
John's College, Winfield, Kan 
*The Oakland Methodist 
Church, Morgan County. W 
Va will hold its annual home 
ing this Sunday beginning 
at ll a. m 
® Trinity 
We livatts ville will 
Youth for Chr pr 
da in which Bi 


film Oiltown 


wld a 
ogTram to- 
ly Graham's 
U.S.A.,” will be 


Jews Mark Yom ia 


With F Fe. 


) 
rn 


fasting, 

It will 
nd é ul tonight with a 
single blast the shofar, or 
ram's horn. This event will also 
signal the end of the 10-day pe 
riod of penitence that began 
with Rosh Hashor the New 
Year 

Last night. 
choly Kol Nidre chant, a hymn 
asking for forgivchess, Rabbi 
Norman Gerstenfeld called on 
worshippers at Washington He- 
brew Congregation to become 
more_familiar with Judaism's ° 
past and thus prepare “to face 
the trials of our own day with 
humility and with a sense of 
destiny.” 

“The Jew knows his past will 
not speak with a spirit of arro- 
gance of the blessings he has 
brought to the lands which 
biessed him, nor in a spirit of 


10h, 


after the melan 


venegeance of the blight that-preach on “Life's Decisions” 


always overwhelmed those who 
would try to destroy j|him,” 
Rabbi Gerstenfeld declared. | 

At Beth Sholom Congrega- 
tion, Rabbi Harry J. Kaufman : 
told his congregation that the 
Suez dispute had grown to a 
threat of war because the 
“who'e world was quiet” when 
Egypt refused to permit Israeli 
freighters to go through the 
canal. 

“This is the moral failure 
which played its full circle 
from the crime of silence to 
the punishment of world crisis 
~All in a few weeks,” Rabbi 
Kaufman said. 

Rabbi David H. Panitz 


Conarrgational 


and Prayer 


touched on the eme at 

\ as Israel] Congregation 

When America failed to up 
hold the rights of Israel to 
the use of the Suez Canal de 
spite a strong United Nations 
censure of Egypt several years 
ago, our Government lost its 
moral position to offer effec- 
tive protest to Colonel Nasser 
in the present crisis. These are 
the wages of sin. This is the 
justice of God.” 

At Chevy Chase Baptist 
Church, where Temple Ema- 
nuel of Montgomery County 
held services, Rabbi Leon M. 
Adler asked worshippers to re- 
flect on how they would react 
‘to the tragic possibility of 
death on the morrow.” 

If the search for an answer 
is sincere, he declared, “we 
shall begin to know how well 
we have faced the challenge 
of life.” 

Members of the Montgomery 
County Jewish Community 
heard Rabbi Tzvi H. Porath 
at 
Blair High School in Silver 
Spring. 

Spiritual maturity, he ob 
served, is the reward for 
‘knowing’ which are the im- 
portant decisions, which are 
the trivial ones, which should 
be delayed and which may not 
be postponed.” 


same th 


ELDER MICHAUX 
BIG BAPTIZING 
Sunday Night, September 16th 
GRIFFITH STADILM 
EVERYBODY WELCOME! 


Conarrgational — 


as Church, U 


Vienna Methodists’ | 


THE ROCK SPRING 
CHURCH 


9 end 11 AM 
Church 8choo! 


for Worthip 
, and" il AM 

f jest Speaker 
‘James @iark Bre 


CLEVELAND PARK 


5308 Lewell &. NW 
Washington 16. DBD. C 


—_ WC rahte ‘| — ' Somes 
“THE POWFR TO SEE IT 

THROUGH” 

PR. HURST 


Nursery for pre-school 


Chilére 


Methodist 


Consecration 


A $110,000 educational wing 
for University Methodist 
Church, College Park, will be 
consecrated Sunday at 11 a. m. 

The Rev. Dr. Harold C. Case, 
president of Bostoh University, 
speak and the Rev. Dr ay ao 
Orris G. Robinson, superintend- "ume 
ent of the East Washington = : i 
District of the Methodist Ba ' 
Church, will conduct the ritual 
of consecration 

Also taking part will be the 
Rev. J. Thoburn Bard. first 
minister of the church, and the 
Rey. Dr. William E. Smith, min- 
ister since 1954 

The new building contains an 
enlarged sanctuary, five church 
school departmental rooms, of- 
fices, conference room, parior 
and Wesley Foundation room. 

It is the first addition to the 
original church structure, built 
in 1952 

Additional consecration 
events will be held Sunday. 
Monday, Wednesday (open 
house), and Friday nights. and 
the following Sunday. 


-s es 


will 


Greenbrier Baptist 
To Dedicate School 


A $100.000 educational build- 
ing will be dedicated at Green- 


pNIVERSIAY ™ 
Westy 


“—tr~oay 
> ave 


nar recor 
westry 


A sign identifying the new $110,008 edu- 
cational wing of the University Methodist 
Church in College Park, is put inte place Bucky Cogar (from left te right). 


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by Harold Thompson, Arden Kidwell, 
Judith Spencer, Dr. Conrad B. Link and 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
at ab ter Saturday, September 15, 1956 


Dr. Glenn in Guest Role 


Church, will 


brier Baptist Church, South 
Arlington, Sunday at 8 wp. m. 

James R. Bryant. 
ar 
st Foundation, will speak 000. 

rhe building will accommo- jected for the new location. 
a %. 795 Sunday school pupils. It reflects an 
ed 
leadership of the Rev. Paul S 
( ‘arter, as few as 9 or 10 per- to 429 in 1956. 
sons met for Sunday school in 
a home 

Then a first unit, 
$56,000, was built. 


preaching services will be 
costing Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Evange 
Attendance will be the Rev. R. 


increased to an average of 240,/Watkins, pastor of Fairlington) 


with a total enrollment of 500. Methodist (Church. 


executive in a sanctuary on Church et.) 
retary of the Virginia Bap- The new building, costing $100, 


Church of Christ Church of Christ 


is the first of three pro- 


increase in 
ven the church was found- church membership from 257 
four years ago under r in 1951, when the church +e- 
. ceived its first fulltime pastor, 


A week of a 


FALLS CHURCH 


Broed Street aod Cherch Piece 

Rove: On, Minister 

Worship 8:43 and 11-00 a.m: 
6 om 

10 00 am Bible Stuc¢y 


2600 MINNESOTA- AVE. 5.E. 

Billy Heed. Minister 

Worship—#.30 and 11°08 om. 
end 7°45 Pm. 


4801 SIXTEENTH ST. NW. 


(16th of Decater? 
A. BR. Bolten. Minister 


ARLINGTON 

33 Moerth Irving Street 
Virgil T. Bentler. Minister 
11:08 AM.—Morning Worship Worship—iiam and § 5 =. 
7.45 P M—Evening Worship 5-2 Bus Stove at the door 


HERALD OF TRUTH—WMAL, ABC NETWORK, 1 P.M. 


| The Rev: Dr. C. Leslie Glenn, 
now engaged in behavioral re- 
search at the University of 
Michigan, will return to his old , — 
[pulpit at St. John’s Episcopal of Nashville. Tenn. Ri Rk 
Church, Lafayette square nw., *e=ton 
Petworth Raptiet. 7:45 © 

Sunday at 11 a. m. Maines Rawls. Nashville. rhe 

This summer Dr. Glenn was Second Rapti. M18. ry 
guest. preacher at the leading ** - 
cathedrals in Great Britain and “” 


Church at 11 a. m. 


Other guest preachers: 
Congress otette Begites 30 


of "he ‘Mount 


Montgomery County Unitarian 


Cc rey 
Trainine Union ex- 
Con+ 


im R. 
Train- 


: pas or = 
Ireland St. ] aul .. London Sf 


Airy 
Mary’s, Edinburgh, and St. Pat. ®rlf-Bevelation 


‘rick’s, Dublin 

Guest speaker Sunday at 
Marvin Memorial Methodist 
Church, Silver Spring, will be 
Stella Werner, Montgomery 
County, councilwoman, who 
will report on the recent Meth- 
odist General Conference. It 
will be homecoming Sunday at 
the church. 
| Laurence C. Staples, execu- 
tive secretary of All Souls’ 
preach at the 


: SWAMI 
_OF INDIA 


Senda, yy Ate at a 


All Are Welcome 


PREMANANDA 


Sender of 11 AM. 


WASHINGTON BIBLE COLLEGE 


Registration September 14-15 
Classes Begin September 17th 


Bible, Theology, Evangelism, Missions, 
Teacher Training, Psychology, Greek, etc., 
MUSIC—Voice, Piano, Organ, Violin, Theory 

of Music. 


Tel. HO. 2-1733 


Dr. Green Returns 
To The 
Almas Temple Auditorium 
1315 K Se, NW. 


Next 


Vew Church Ready 


Vienna (Va.) Methodists will 
hold their first worship séfV¥tee 
in their new building, at Moore’ 
ave. and Spring st., Sunday at 
8:30 a. m 

The prayer of consecration 
will be given by the minister.| * 
the Rev. Harry T. Broome. as 
the dgors are opened at 8:15 

The church school will meet 
at 9:45 

The building contains an au- 
ditorium seating 308. kitchen. 
office and 15 classrooms ac- 
commodating 400 pupils 

From 1890 until last Sunday. 
the congregation of Wesley 


Methodist Church worshiped RA. 6-1313 


How 
Produce Success 


Office Hesdéeusrtets 


College of Mental Science 
7426 13th Street, N.W. 


Methodtat Methodist 


\Sun., Sept. 16, at 11 AM. | 


UNIVERSITY METHODIST CHURCH 


University — College Park 
werd G=uith. Th D.. Minister 


9:00-—Church School Promotion Day Service 
11-00—SERVICE OF CONSECRATION for the NEW 
EDUCATIONAL WING 


Sermon tr President Harold O 
Act of pe wm wd FR Orru G 


Sacred Recital by Mr 
Assisted by Mr. Harold E. Worth, Baritone 
The Public lavited 


Church ef Divine Truth and 


Saytiat Baptist 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


16th Street end Columbie Read N.W. 
ae and 1 0o—”" TO earn pe crn = ne 


by Dr 

Colu ——~ =~ Baptist Convention 
Nursery Provided et All Serveces Except 8°65 
Pree Parting for Care of Those 
ship. 1636 Columbdise 2d. nay 


National wn Memorial 


Attending Bible School and a 
Hete Parting Ticket Stamped © 
ference Room. 


First Baptist Church 
Sixteenth and O Streets, N.W. 


Edward Hughes Pruden, Minister 
Villiam C. Wood, Minister of Music 


00 AM —"QUESTIONS WHICH REVEAL OUR 


CONFUSION.” Dr. Pruden 
6:3C tc 30 . 3 Program in Fellowship Hall 


9:30 and 1! 


Church School 9:30 A.M: Nursery Provided at all Services 


Mr. Howard D. Rees, Baptist Student Secretary, speaking at 8 P.M. 


| Free Free Parking at Nevthoust Corer, Sth Steet & Mane. Are. NW. 


Georgetown Baptist Church 


IN THE HEART OF GEORGETOV}” 
31st and N Streets, 
WwW. ©. Kersey. Minister 
AM.—Bible School 

“HAVE FAITH IN GOD” 
6:45 PM—BT.U 

Message by Dr. Alton W. Greenlaw 

Training Union Enlargment all next week 


Re 
cy 


9.45 


Wednesday, 8.00 ° M —Prayer Service 


i. 


- a 


FAIRFAX COUNTY 


Rev. Hubert & 
11:00 AM.—Worship Ser 
Bc 


Annandale Elementary a 
Bee no oo Minister—Parsenace Phene (R 
j Nursery fo 
hool for hier ehildren 


aac 
r pre-school chi idren, , 


a ee — | 


WESTMORELAN 


Western and Mass Aves. 
h ircle 


Philie Gerden Scett. 
Hareld Ash. Directer of Music 


9:30 and 1100 A.M.—Morning Worship. Sermon. 
“MORAL NEUTRALISM.” Philip Gordon Scott, D.D. 


9:30 and 11:00 AM.—Complete Church School sessions. 


D.D.. Minister 


10th & G 


Car! Heath Kopf 


een for ever 


Nursery 9: 45 
6:00 P.M.—Youth Groups 


CONGREGATIONAL 


Ministers 


Minister of Music, Whitford L. Hall 
Helen |. Troutman, Organist 
945 AM —Stert of Church school 


11:00 A.M _KRE you GETTING. ANY. ‘oY. OUT OF rer" 


Sts., N.W. 


Charlies W. Parker 


| | 


and AM. 


GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 


Sth St. and South Carolina Ave. SE. tat Penna. Ave. 
MARTIN F. CLOUGH, TH.D., Pastor 
OBERT E. HOOVER, Assistant Pastor 
9:30 AM.—Bible School 
11:00 AM—"THE RICHES OF GOD.” Dr. Clough preaching 
7:45 P.M.—Preaching by Rev. Herbert Clough 
8:00 P.M —Wednesday Prayer Meeting 


AIR CONDITIONED 


We Preach the Old Fashioned Gospel 


6:30 PM—B. T. VU. 


Calvary Baptist Church 


Sth and H Streets, N.W. 


Thomas Moss, Organist Frank A. Heberiein, Minister ef Music 
AIR-CONDITIONED SANCTUARY 
9-00 and 11:15 AM—Worship Services. “A SANE GOSPEL 
FOR A MAD WORLD.” Dr. Clarence W. Cranford, 
10:00—Church School 
10:50—Organ Recital 
: 00 P.M.—Interest groups for all ages 


7:30 P.M—Vesper Service. “IS FAITH IN GOD RELEVANT?” 


Dr. Clarence W. Cranford 


‘Bisriples of Christ 


Disciples of Christ 


Nursere open Curing cll services 


Dr. Clarence W. Cranford, Minister. Chester H. Jones, Assoc. Min’r. 


7:00 °.M.—Service for the Deat—Mr_ Francis C. Higgins, leading 


NATIONAL CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH—Thomas Circle 


Dr. J. Warren Hastings, 
9:45 A.M.—Church School 


Minister; 


William J. Nottingham, Assoc. 
10.50 A.M.—Morning Worship 


“ON GETTING ALONG WITH PEOPLE,” Dr. Hastings 


9:30 A.M.—Sunday School 


ee meant 


ae Park. Road N 
Pred echeers. ‘Manister 
Worshio 10:50 « 


FIRST CHRISTIAN, 
FALLS CHURCH, VA. 


Teimneg Car tog | foots. ? Corners) 


Fifteenth Street Christian 
10:50 A.M.—Morning Worship. 
LIVING”——Dr, Daenecke. 


“MEST 


“THE FINE ART OF TRUE 


COLUMBIA — waen PERSHING DRIVE CHURCH 


Pershing opve and N. Highised &t. 
riingtes. V 

G Devid shreeves. ‘Mainteter 
Worship 10: «6 


SHEPHERD PARK CHURCH 


gba: sb aper. Adi uw. 


TAKOMA PARK CHURCH 


Saaeeras 


TU en 


yews 


PETWORTH 


9:45 AM—Sunday School 
11:00 AM—"SOLDIER OF THE CROSS 
Broadcast Over Station WFAN (100.3 Mc.) 
6:30 PM—Training Union 
7:45 P.M—Guest Speaker, R. Maines Rawls 
| (Nursery All Services) 


6th and A Streets N.E. 

Dr. Walter Arthur Pegg, Pastor. 
Norman T. Chase, Minister of Music 
Nursery et ‘4n Services 
Message—M> ° Viesil Crensha ¥, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

11:00 AM—Moring Worship: 
7:30 P.M—Message: Mr. Visit Cren- 


9:40 am. 
| A 


BETHESDAFIRST = "R2°S ES Somes 
ee ES) a ae te re 


je 


METROPOLITAN 233" 


shew, Nashville, Tenn. “elding Fact the Were of tame 
GP eee School 6:10 p.m.—T Unien 
Wednesdey, 7:55 > M-—~""THE HOUR OF POWER SERVICE” 
Friendly Church with « Gospel Menage 


Headquarters Methodist Buriding 100 Marylend Ave. N.E. 
District Superintendent So hee og oe a, Sntth. DD 

. . Nebraske & New Mexico Aves 
Metropolitan Memorial 7) Nocioncl Methodist Church 

Dr. Edwerd Gardiner Latch 
Rev. Johan Charles Walker, Rev. Richard L. Cookson 
9.30 and 11:00 am.—"LIVING MORE PATIENTLY” 
Dr. Latch Speaking 

9:30 and 11:00 a.m—Sunday School. 
7:00 p.m—Youth Groups 


THE MINISTER OF MUSIC 
Glenn Car ow 


9 30—Church School. All 
i. 9 30 and I! a. 
Third Sermon in Senes 
Series, “WHAT MAKES AMERICA GREAT?” 
Theme: “A SENSE OF COMMUNITY” 
Topic——"“THEY CAME IN CHAINS” 


WESLEY 


Comm. Ave. end Joceisra St. BW. 
ELZIN K. BaDDAWAY. DD. . 
Minister 


11:00 AM.—Worship 
“FACING EXISTENCE 
SERIOUSLY” 

9.30 AM.— Church School 
1 00 AM—Nursery and 
Kondergarten 


Temple Dune, Directer of Music 4-13. 7 PM—¥Youth Growes 


Mount Vernon Place 


Massachusetts Avenue at Ninth and K Streets N.W. 
DR. ALBERT FP. SHIRKEY, Minister 
REV. W. VAUGHAN 
Associate 


Minster 
R. DEANE SHURE, Minister of Music 
10:00 A.M.—Church School for All Ages 
—- Worshio 9 and 11:15 AM. 
iS DISTURBING CHRIST” 
Evening Worship 6:45 P.M. 
“THE ART OF PATIENCE” 
Second sermon in s series on 
Banat: ~9 hy IN LIFE” 
Dr. Albert P. Shirkey 
P, at All Services 
7:30 P_M.—University of Life 
8.15 P.M —Suopper and Fellowship 
A Cordial Invitation to All 
Cossentest to Bus end Car Lines 


CALVARY 1459 Columbia Road NW. 
tak WE, Wty Tae 


9:45 AM.—Church School Classes; 11°00 A.M —Nursery Care 


11:00 AM.—"GOD'S SUPER-HIGHWAY.” The Minister 
6:30 P._M—Youth Fellowship 
7:30 PM.—Young Adult Fellowship 


HAMLINE 


11: 00 Ad*taoumins wn oF HUMAN ENERGY” 


CHEVY CHASE 7001 Connecticut Ave. (at Shepherd) 
Ministers, Clifford Homer Richmond and Charles Rother, Jr. 
9:30 and 11:00 AM.—"THE TUG OF WAR WITHIN” 
Dr. Richmond Preaching 


UNION METHODIST CHURCH 


S14 Twentieth Gt. BW. «Pour biecks above White House—Just off Fenn Are) 
her. ge pak ww hy SD M. Minister. Marcid White, Minister of Music. 
9:45 AM—Sunday School 
11:00 AM.—“"WHEN LUFE IS HARD TO TAKE” 

Rev. Lewis, Preaching 
7:30 P.M—The Adult and Wesley Fellowshio. 


Pree Parting Fectlities Neet te the Cherck 
Gist Methodigm's Historic Downtows Charch—Seme Senctucry Walls Since 1060 


VIRGINIA 


ARLINGTON = "554508 * 


Arlington, Va. 

Ministers” . 

Willem A. Lyons, Albert N. Honsker 
School. 


AM.—Chusrch - 

ih een wan ee 
three services: T HAPPENS WF | DO NOT 
REPENT?” 


——EE= 


Presbyterian Preshuytertan 


“A CLASS FOR YOU” 


Classes on Monday and Tuesday Evenings 


1441 Rhode Island Avenue N.W., Washington 5, D. C. 


NORTHWEST 


THE NEW YORK AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN 
13th and New York Ave. N.W. 

The Rev. George M. Docherty, D.D., Minister 
The Rev. K. Warriston McCracken, Associate Minister 
William Watkins, Organist 
9:30 AM.—Sunday Church 
9:30 and 11:00 AM— 
DR. DOCHERTY PREACHING 

8:00 P.M. 

MR. McCRACKEN, Preaching. 

AIR CONDITIONED 


School 


Stephen H. Prussing, Dir. of Music 


1735 HISTORIC tas ine? 


Che National Preshyterian Church 


AIR CONDITIONED 
Connecticut Avenue and N Street N.W. 
EDWARD L R&R ELSON THEODORE SCHAEFER 
JOHN VY. EDWARDS JOHN J. RICE 
9:00 and 11:00 AM—Morring Worship, 
“BACK TO CHILDHOOD” 
Dr. Elson, preaching 


10:00-10:45-—Adults” Classes. 
Buses B-S. L-2 and Cars 46, 49 Stow in Front of Chereh 


Broadcast at 7:00 om. over WERE 1340. and WFAN-FM, 100.3 
Church School—10:0 hildren’s Classes, 


Chevy Chase Presbyterians 


CHEVY CHASE CIRCLE 


Associate Ministers. Harold W. Dickensheets. Minister of Musia. 


CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS 


Gilt of the Presbyterians of the South ta the Nadion's Capttd 
On the Paertway at lind and P Streets NW. 
Ministers: Andrew Reid Bird, D.D., James G. Graham, 8.7.M. 


0:43 A sf —@unday School. Nursery during morning servic. 
11:00 AM..""THE TASK OF THE HOME AND THE CHURCH” 
7:45 P._M.—"ON BEING DEPENDABLE” 
Dr. Marshal C. Dendy Preaching, 
Board of Christian Education, Richmond, Va. 


Georgetown Presbyterian Church 
3115 FP Street N.W. 
Founded 1780 
The Pirst Presbrterien Church in Washington. D. G, 
Russell Carterig¢ht Strous. D. D. Minister 
Mr. William Watkins, Minister of Musie 
9:45 A M.—Sunday School for al! ages. 
11:00 A. M.—Worship Service. 
“FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT” 
Nursery for smal! children during worship service 


SIXTH SIXTEENTH AND 


KENNEDY STREETS N.W. 
ROSERT WN. OCERTER, JR NED £. RICHARDSON 


Nursery through Primary during Worship Service 
6:30 P.M—ZJr. and Sr.—High Westminster Fellowship. 
7:30 P.M.—Young Adult Groups 
Wednesday, 2:00 P.M.—"THE HOUR OF POWER” 
5-2 Buses stop at the door 


9:30 and 11-00 AM.—"THE TREASURE OF GOD’S DARKNESS” 


906 # St. NW. WESTERN e. Stewert McK enste, Paster 


9:45 AM.—Sunday School. 


. McKenzie 
Wednesday 7 be PM. MIDWEEK SERVICE 


11:00 AM—Morning Begg Por ARE NOT YOUR OWN.” 


MARYLAND 


SILVER SPRING PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
= ee ee 
Church School and Divine Worship 10 a.m. 

(Supervised Nursery) 


Now meeting in North Bethesda Jr. High School, Johnson Ave. & Boing Bn 
REV. LLOYD G. BROWN, 

Church School, 9:30 AM. 

“A MAM AND HIS LIFE” 


Rev. Tracy K. Beyer, Minister 


BRADLEY HILLS °™™ ew 


Minister 
Worship Service, 11:00 A.M. 


“ARE YOU A JONAH?” 
a Dr. Daniel Buchanan 
9:30 AM.—Church School, 


TAKOMA PARK Mapie and Tulip Aves. 


Ministers: 
BR. PAUL SCBEARREEE. DANIEL ©. BUCHANAN end Wu. L. MONTOOMERT 


7:00 P_ M.—Youth Groups. 


Virginia 


eee oe 


THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
i. "“bernet Resistant 


Gosten Sorts Bost 906 Bee Vomes *, 


George Hileman 
9:30 and 11:00 AM.—Moming Worship— 
ae AND KICKING” 


Preaching 
9.30 and 11:00 A Par Ae a adoel 6:00 P._M.—Youth Groups 


Old Prefbyterian Meeting Houfe 


Charch Built in 1774 
$31 South ard ieee Avexewonta, Vinorets 
KENNETH G. PHIFER, Siete 


TRAVELLERS INVITED 


ARLINGTON Columbia Pike ond &. Uncoln Be 


Worship Service & Church Schost~:30 & 1104 Ate 
* a ES 


ENDON 
ae Ob 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
10 Saturday, September 15, 1956 om 


Adlai Meets a Gu 


, *? Te ee” a 


BY RICHARD L. LYONS 
Staff Reporter 

A DLAI Stevenson came 
#2 to town yesterday full 
of quips and showing off his 
good friend; Joe Smith. 

Stevenson is getting good 
mileage from the mythical 
Joe who was almost placed 
in nomination for vice presi- 
dent at the Republican Con- 
vention; Also from the worn 
shoe he displayed in 1952. 

First thing the Democratic 
nominee did when he climbed 
off the plane was to pull 
from somewhere a two-foot- 
long shoe with a simulated 
hole in the sole. 

“This was given to me in 
Harrisburg last night,” he 
told the several hundred 
greeters. “They told me it 
was Joe Smith's” 

In his campaign head- 
quarters at 1728 L st. nw. 
which he had come to open 
officially, signs everywhere 
announced 4 Joe Smith was 
here.” 


(THE ceremony opened with 

Stevenson pulling a cord 
to draw back two curtains. 
He did it a little apprehen- 
sively, recalling that once he 
“was called upon to unveil 
a picture of myself and what 
emerged was a full grown 
donkey.” 

What emerged this time 
was a sign proclaiming:: “As 
Maine goes, so goes Joe 
Smith.” 

Across Connecticut ave. in 
front of the Demovrat'c * 
tional Committee Headquar- 
térs, Stevenson was coniront- 
ed by a donkey. “His name is 
Joe Smith,” said Stevenson. 
Not so. It was a she named 
Rosie, owned by young Gay- 
lord Hays of Annandale, Va. 

Democrats turned out a 
good display of supporters 
and signs for Stevenson's 
10:30 a. m. arrival at MATS 
terminal at Washingtn Na- 
tional Airport. 

Democratic National Chair- 
man Paul M. Butler showed 
him a new Stevenson cam- 
paign picture just off the 
presses. F. Joseph (Jiggs) 


| ‘The Democratic presidential candidate, accompanied by his sous, Borden and John Fell, ride along K st. uw. in downtown 


fy 


tite 
* ee. 


Donohue, campaign manager 
for his running mate Estes 
Kefauver, welcomed Steven 
son to his “future hom 

Miss Washington (argo 
Lucey) was presented as s 
ond best in the Mis: Ame 
contest but “She's first wil 
me,” said Stevenson 

The three Washington are4 
Democratic congressional 
candidates—Richard FE. Lank 
ford. (Md.. 5th District). W 
ren D. Quenstedt (Va. 10t> 
and John R. Foley (Md. 6th 
~— crowded around for pi 
tures. 

Stevenson peered into the 
mouth of a donkey costume 
and: found sweltering 13 
year-old Terry Brown of Gar- 
rett Park, Md 

“Look at the Governer. 
donkey.” screamed the 
photographers. “If you and 
I traded places, I'd lose some 
weight.” Stevenson toid 
Terry. 


TEVENSON thanked local 

Democrats at the airport 
for their support in the Dis- 
trict’s primary election 
which sent a Stevenson dele- 
gation to the Democratic 
convention. 

He made one forceful cam- 
paign pledge. 

“I have decided that if 
elected I will go to Washing- 
ton,” not to Korea 

Stevenson said he he 
ceived a mountain of t& 
grams telling him “elite 
pronounced a-leot 
“ee-light”™ as he said it in 
televised speech from Harris 
burg 

“That just goes to prove 
I'm not an egghead despite 
all surface evidence to the 
contrary,” he said, rubbing 
his balding head 

The signs read “Gladiy for 
Adiai,” “Madly for Adlai.” 
“Hi Adiai.” “Ad-Estes Fi- 
delis”" and “Oregon Likes 
Wayne Morse.” 

The motorcade into Wash- 
ington passed nearempty 
sidewalks. But a good crowd 
waited at campaign head- 
quarters, including Kefauver 
who had come back early to 


get reacy te go oul 
road yesterday noon 


Kelauver told a story about 


nen and women and bors and 
giris and Joe Seuths helping 
Us, said Actauver 


TEN EXNSON went upstairs 
“ to am aemmex to sitske 
hanm@s with the staff. He 
checked the graserocts 
money desk where girls ~ere 
sorting out $1, $5 and $18 con- 
tributions. 

He went in to shake hands 
with the telephone seviich- 
beard operstors and saw a 
picture of Liberace bung on 
the wall under Stevenson's 


venson admiring the singer 
ample crop. “Its lke chang 
nz the compositiesn of the 
Reowbdlican Party.” 

4t headgowarters 
Volunteers far Stevenmss 
fauver at 125 Coume 
ave. be sigued a2 scroll : 
thanks for their hele He 
moved over to National Dem- 
octatc Commuttee headquar- 
ters at 1601 Counercticul are. 
and received a picture, of an 
old pair of shoes which an 
mploye had stayed up ail 
night to paint 

At the National Coaumié- 
tee’s Voter's Service Baresu 
at 1610 K st. ow. be wered at 
sidewalk crowds through the 
window and “felt like a mon- 
key in a cage.” Then to his 
Sheraton Park Hoetel suite 
for lunch and a work sessicn 
on speeches 


° 
é 


Se rae ee 


~~ 


y Named Joe 


Associated Press 


Democratic presidential candidate Adiai Stevenson 
meets a donkey named Rosie and her owner, Gaylord 
Hays, 12. of Annandale, Va., outside the Democratic 
National headquarters, 1001 Connecticut ave. nw., yes- 
terday. Stevenson will be here for eight days. 


United Press 


Susval: aod ete Meco ot Ge Sen. Estes Ke- 
fauver, got a ugh out of this sign after unveiling 
it in their national headquarters at 1728 L st. nw. It 
was one of three centers of activity for the Democratie 
slate that they visited. 


‘The Democratic standard bearer was given 2 painting of his famous 1952 campaign shoe st headquarters of Volunteers for Steven- 
son-Kefauver, 1025 Connecticut ave. nw. It was painted by Etta Berensen (right) and Ann Herman. Mary Clynes (idft,) 2 campaign 


worker, made the presentation. 


A, 


Washington. 
| 


One On the Aisle . : , Dorothy Kilgallen: 


| we 
Even Records fom, Leslie Caron Renews Fight } With MGM 


| NEW YORK, Sept. 14—Leslie fashion world’s top photog- 


Gr OW Lon | ‘ Caron’s current fight with Tapher's models, is expecting 2 
scr \MGM isa repeat performance.'/aby. In private life she's the 
. The petite French star adores ~ ty of Re ee Al 
: . . , . e 
By Richard L. Coe | . rf “ter he: and-yellow portraits of Elvis 
OVELTIES: Like everything else, even recordings of " iy cold — iolae neeaien, sell for +10 
Broadway musicals are getting bigger ... Columbia’ ‘re her Metro boss- 7 - and more if you want them 
three-disc album of “The Most Happy Fella” means finding es after they framed. 
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goes in for considerably more variety here than in his more “Lawdy Miss Clawéy,” head- “Les Girls”~—another musical— LLOYD RICE & HIS ORCH. 
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: ~ : . " e , ” - = ° Tharadcy 
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disc album of “The Most Past reguiars for this series, he Gi ~ . > rant) to Palm Springs tomor- 
Happy Fella” and that one brushing up their Spanish, “rT ¢ ss Se aby |r row to rest. = oe ER > ee en See 
provides a nice companion for have il cluded our lively Treas- is bor ni. Greg takes off :0F (Coorriaht. 1936 sha = * a = , - : ci ea s: : - = -F _* - rr 
the superlative “My Fair Lady” urer of the United States, Ivy gee Madrid to film International News Rarcoust + Zz o / ; J ; 
. % ; . ; ¢ : » - 7 ; wm i 
now in the record shops Baker Priest. - “Thieves Mar -m ii a “ 4 Mae se 
, : : , d : ket” for his - rf Se Ss VEC s ee 
MARINE NOTE: Everybody DOUBLE SWITCH: When and Sy Rart- aa : Fe ee eee te ee 2 “ , 
but me probably knew it but Fdna Best was forced to with- lett’s independ- snag a az : 4 ei a “ -- Sou ee Ee A ty & . Pas & — « ° 
I sure got a sur npetes while draw for reasons of her recur- ent company. 
America,” that astaehe hand IMpo he Reluctant Debu- ondon. ; on can BO. 2-5888 
some disc set on which Arthur ‘ants er nad rbe: ; oc Cxgcheees os 
Fielder and the Boston Pons sal! laughter. Sar } : . i: ae  anley Warner ‘Thesters —————___—_ - ™~m oto ww 
i> wiedie Sabeuiaah ‘pes aell shee Uitkcinow wink Away = Se ca || SEE. yg tg “VIOLENT }  SATURDA 
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Seeeed while tm Amarics inipert ¢f Miss est's dough ~e AMBASSADOR bai al so 
1876 . . . The “Galop” from This deprived the William " —o Etwe Mance Rely, Patty McCormack a Sahoce sag Weeast LAST FRONTIER 
“Genevieve de Brabant” turms Douglas Home comedy of a arsons ith ) . . ASD JuLisa— *| <TH 
; rita sock PELLOwS E BRAIN iE” 
frito the Marines “From the Unique casting situation. but in this pitture, which will be “a your f how it Recom- rs “her = 7 | a. “MACHIN 
Halis of Montezuma” . —_ was with Producer Gilbert shot almost in its entirety in: : —_— ——_ : —s 
Which came first? : The Miller ... He's prevailed on Spain. 
Library of Congress’ William Adrianne Alien to replace Miss| ~«tigweyer™ said Ava. “I am WED. SEPT. 26, 8:30 P.M. 
jchtenwanger vouches that it Best and the daughter's role ee ys tee ONSTITUTION 
Lae cage: <tr Qype Yee Bm me ‘ — ree definitely coming back to nC HALL 
was the French musical, tunes Will be acted by its London (Some scets are stil Sratabte fer 
of which floated across the creator, Anna Massey, the *?— 1d Christmas with my fam- Tees. Sept. 7 
Atlantic in the.1860’s ... Some- daughter of Miss Allen, the “y in North Carolina and toj ie. ‘aa — ony eo 
time after that the already former Mrs. Raymond Massey. P*** UP gf ee PSPCrS | wa Orders acéepied. Enclose seit- ie LOLs 
existing first verse of the from Frank Sina ra in Reno ned. covetoge. sors TO MiReT soo CHI OREM AT 
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he leaves out is that even be 
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a play. it was Vivien Leigh who 
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KANSAS CITY, Sept. 14—Memories are made of this 

The fag end of a baseball season always brings a Jot 
of reminiscences and, like the ballplavers, the scribes 
who watch the games are pretty well tired of it all 
but such is the lure of the game that you start thinking 
back to the hopes and dreams of the early season, the 
predictians which went awry and the sudden success 
outweighing the game's hearibreaks 


Perhaps the greatest thrill of .the season was watching 
Mickey Mantle resurrect a ghost— 
the ghost of Babe Ruth ... the iste 
Babe got more headlines than ans 
Other @layer in the game. excepting 
Mantle this. year because Mickey was 
making an assault on the home rum 
record of GO Ruth sct in 1977... 
is September now and the sentimen- 
talists can sit back and gloat Ther 
said the Oklahoma kid would find & 
tough in September when Ruth bhi 
17 homes in a blazing finish with 
Mantle, the familar cry of “wait until 
next year” siready is beard ... for 
the moment, the record is safe. 

Addie masini 
j There's an early memory of spring 
training in Orlando when all teams were believed to hewe 
been created ecual ... There was little rain in Fierida last 

Spring and one of the most striking memorics was an wunds 

ing swan, stubbornly around ina 

water, the rest of the completely dned ou! 


swimmin tiny puddie of 

lake 
THIS HAS BEEN the season which has seen the retire 

ment of Phil Rizzuto, one of the greatest of the Yanks 


Anyone who says he wasn't a great shorisiop doesnt know 


baseball ... Regardless of whether or mot Phil was trested * 


well, it’s always a wrench to see a great star of the game 
hang up his spikes. 


One of the major thrills of the year would have to be Jum 
Lemon's great performance in a starspangied setting at Gril- 
fith Stadium with President Eisenhower on hand Lemon 
belied three consecutive home runs and received one the 
greatest ovations the old stadium has ever beard 


af 


There were the usual “peace with honor” fights in baseball 
but one incident topped them all That was when Joe Ad 
cock, of the Milwaukee Braves, chased Ruben Gomez, of the 
Kew York Giants, into the dugout ... Gomer explansizs 
Was a masterpiece of logic: “Him big man; me little guy.” 

ONE MANTLE homer at Yankee Stadium this summer was 
something to watch ... Itelong has been the boast of the 
Yankees that no ball has ever been hit fair out of the stadium 
... Mantle’s shot against Pete Ramos missed by no more than 
a foot of clearing the facade of the old mausoleum qt 
was an unforgettable moment as the crowd held is brea 
in anticipation of an historical wallop 


There is the memory of the All-Star game when the Wash 
ington ball club went first class all the way and hed the 
visiting firemen talking about the hospitality of the \ztsen's 
Capital and the bic kick in seeing the stars come tareuge 
with homers—Mantle, Williams, Musial and Mays 


MILWAUKEE CHANGED mangerial horses in midstream 
and so far the old axiom warning against such « move hes 
been defied ... Charlie Grimm gave Fred Haney.2 jad out 
of friendship and Haney wound up succeeding his benefactor. 


There was the inexplicable slump of Robin Roberts, of the 
Phils, going for his seventh straight 20-game season .. . and 
there was the dismal flop of Mickey McDermott, wan the 
Yanks... everyone figured that with a club like the Yankees 
ae « would win 15 to 2 garfles. 


There were early signs here in Kansas City that the honey- 
moon was over and that legitimate baseball fans had Seen 
born .. . they're starting to ask questions a la Prank (oemem 
“How long, O, Lord, how long” 

There have been good days and bad days new hetoes 
were born, the old ones faded out the \ats wrote a fleck 
of club records into the books but tted the same oid record 
of finishing in the second division for the tenth straight year 
.. . how long, O, Lord, how jong") 


Ma jor League Standings 


AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL 
we Pet. G 

50 

61 

61 


68 
Baltimore .. £0 
WASH'TON 82 
Kansas City 44. 95 
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 
New York, 5; Detroit, 1. YESTERDA 
Cleveland. 19-3: Besten, 2-4. 
Chicago, 3; Baltimore, 2. (1! 


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SATURDAY, 


SEPTEMBER 15, 1956 


CANADIAN CHALLENGER — Miss Supertest. Canadica 
emiry. & sbeat te be leeeched yesterday fer a trial run on 
the Peceaner fer tedizs 5 epenimg competition im the Presi 


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dent's Cup Regatta Miss Supertest will be driven by Darrr 
Pester, whe wen last rear ie Gey Lewberde’s Tecape VE 
bat was disqualified fer jemspies the coun. 


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(ta. Sal 


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Nats Down A’s, End Loss Streak = 


Yankees Win, 
Berra Sets 
Homer Mark 


DETRUNT. Seot. 4 PF —Tow 
Berra ewer Lie major wague s 
bere rus recerdé fer catchers 
and Bi Sieeres drove @ 
tee afer cease G support 
Dee Lacerews feartetier &@ s 

Tktery tedar 


Tae waegue wadieg Y arikres 
coed exis @ resting Oe 
Tigets sevemcame wWiaaing 
are and pieeed the Geicat 
om Ziserrel swatigaw Hal 
Reoctesixk making bes Gra 
major Magu slat 

Merkes Mantle failed m five 
triss Ge 7Gd t bis total af 
burnme runs and remaeed four 
parmoes weternd Bote Ruth ¢ rec 
og pace wies the Babe bt @ 
2 ee 

Berra. bitter safely @ bis 
[ih straight gewe. bad 2 sie 
gr ot acéflaem w ts S32 jwme 
ron. Ee wiped out the bome 


Dent Miss It. You'll Want te Keep It 


Football Kickotf Section Comes 


Your Way in Sunday's Editions 


Dressen Den ies He “Hinted 
Or Said Nats Will Be Shifted 


. RANSAS CITY. Sept 
ron recerd belt by Gabby Mart- Nats tonight denied that he had ever “hinted or said cut- 


14—Churk Dressem, manager of the 


neci ef the Churage Cubs. Berra right” that the Washington Club would move te California 
now Das ccaréaed IJ? heme runs even im the near future 


Bei ert 


aeowrsn 3 ever would 


tainly go authority on fran 


: “I told bim I thought Calvin chi 
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‘Nats president) 


APs 
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Abernathy’s 
Hit Wins It: 
Yost Homers 


Sal Weer. 


KANSAS CITY. Sept. 4—A 


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nine D1 te Ser Eeestivn te 
Tart @ the Dodgers defeated 
the est phere Chicage Cube, 
ani staeed ciesee ip the 
\acema League pernane rare. 

Puoolm whe tad been beetles 
6s Tomiie cugttiiaader Mee Dre 
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a 42 wetery over Choragpe 
The Breves’ lome ren wes oo 
Del Chandall’s leade®! borer 
Sis 36th. in the sinh 
Marves Hiaddix 
Braves 
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game for onty tree an? 3 ha 
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The game got ewer t 2 rte 
bard start im the Phils second 
Emmis hit @ emech incide 
tmird base Inne and the ba! wp; 
retired br 2 perk attends 


The Seecre coors o~ - 
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the sidcarminme Zisvearoicad 
was just the wan 
the Nets meeded te end ther 
five-game losing streak 

Abernathy dod mn by holding 
th Kansas City Athietics te 
six hits and actually won hos 
own game 2s the Nats tr 
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ball He sitreck out only three 
but noSedy really bashed the 
ball 


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the Kansas City southpaw fal 
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Yest Hits Bemerr 

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broke 2 1-1 tie bighiiehicd br 


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By Bob Alden 
S:a@ Reporter 
Unlimited hydroplane 
img, the sport of millionaires. 


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The racing will be beld 


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Pyt. wedialaed,. 
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_ THE WASHINGTON POST 
end TIMES HERALD 


Seturder, September 15, 1956 


Swaps 6-9 Favorite 


Racing Selections at Atlantic 


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Son o& Doce 


10 Classy 
Rivals Test 


Coast Horse 


By Walter Haight 
Stall Reporte 

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sept 
14—Swaps, the horse with the 
most on the West Coast and at 
other points, makes his Eastern 
debut tomorrow in the $100,000 
United Nations Handicap. 

In his first start under the 
coownership of Rex Elisworth 
and John Galbreath, the holder 
of five world’s speed records 
totes top weight of 130 pounds 
in a field of 11 which is for- 
midable but Nashua-less. 


City 


CONSENSUS 


PanDDpor K RAILEIED OLD BONTS CLOCKERS BENNINGS 


Orand Date 
Romanen 
Re, ehdout 
Corf a 


Kinds Smart 
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POST a. 
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BELMONT RESULTS 


‘: i he ” 7. 

re 2 90 sixteenths turf course test, 

Paula's “tex, Rattan. Teferred to here as “the race 

of the year,” brings Swaps up 

a4 . against his sternest opposition 
Se of the year as a 65 favorite. 

Swaps drew the No. 7 post. 

position and will be ridden by 

—~ Willie Shoemaker. 


’ rlerers 


Il. furis $3500 
Native *on ‘Athinesa) 
Fir-Le Arceare 
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2 P. M. 


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PAILY DPOTRLE PAID £175.50 
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(Sen"hwteh) 5. ate 7s 
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(Martin } 


in post position order, follow: 
Christopher M. Greer’s Lofty 
Peak, 115; Hasty House Farm's 
Mahan, 120; Frank C. Rand Jr.'s 


7 ho > 
Independence 
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ae. Gas Prefer Dan and 
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SIXTH RACE—Perse, £1500; i-year- 
ea and ee: t's miles (8 
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Race on WTOP-TYV 

The $100,000 United Na- 
tions Handicap race at At- 
lantic City will be televised 
in the Washington area on 
WTOP-TV (Channel 9) at 
5:30 p. m. 


[Airte Oaks 


srienes: $4000 
Varenreucla) 


Lengshot Daily Double 
BUSY NELLIE and WASSAIL 


RACE ~ tne S) lon 


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THIRD 


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4-veer-elds and ep: claiming 


Prince Morvi, 118; Liangollen| 
Farm's Mister Gus, 119; Mrs. 

Jan Burke's Dedicate, 116; Mrs.| 

E. Eugenia Bankhead’s Jabneh, 
an113; C. V. Whitney’s Career 
Boy, 116: Alfred G. Vanderbilt's 

Find, 117; Mrs* John W. Gal-| 

F breath’s Summer Tan, 120; and| 
= te Fisherman, a stablemate of 

, 119. 


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Sie cluding Prince Rainier 
s- Princess Grace of Monaco 
Swaps comes up to the Unit- 

ed Nations test off a track rec- 
ord in winning the Washington 
ns Handicap in which he 


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Racing Form 


AT BELMONT 
Stem: 19, Rie Veeas 1. Pace fifth second off his own world 

; S WOODLANDS *7. Ham Bone « mark for the distance. 
9 saiwsiet "12 Cera 21, Mem Us Steirs 15. The Khaled colt will make 
‘ rs Chelce 21. Glen Alden 14,55 Second start of the year 
106 Milden 3 over a grass course and will 
114 Le es 75. Man Power 6 Fis- 
4 ton Een ee 16. Joe Jones 12. His- race. 

: 1—Perterh 

109 | wis Chena pase 19. Midafternces 16. 


: fy) Jacks 26. Ale-Fiack 1. Point. 
tee Star 6. 


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- - : Swaps finished seventh to 
The Treever 6a 
First Come 


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17.78 tee es 7 
5.28 a, the Arch Ward Memorial 


Possible showers are predict- 


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Ty. 3—Steel 
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and cooler tomorrow 
Dedicate and Mahan are 
Chicle Sender 11. rated the main contenders and 
Parnelt Fiver t. although the first-named colt 
Scere 1%. Connte Will essay the ager Magee a 
7—Winging Alens 14. Val the first time, the son o 
Trame 6. eg three Princequillo is fit and ready. 
~ Dedicate is a two-time stakes, 
| anestes winner this year with victories 
eer feo TS Mae Lady 9, sur 10 Rm Srcgaes yo’ a ouene te 
*—Helr Apparent 13, Agnes Lyrae 1%. 
| Thanderbira 5 hold a decision over Swaps this 
Princess Elen fe *% Score-in-Line %. vear is a tried and able turf 
rer ee ot Bing 15. Of ‘n’ Cisar 12, | stylist. 
x jhe-Resds 2%. Beas Jer 9. The Syear-cold, who was ac- 
"Toe “Wem 17%. Lynette x¢ GUired last year by Mr. and 
March Brat 4 Mrs. Allie Reuben, Hasty 
TRE 9. Smoke- 
House Farm's owners, took the 
is, Flight Mistery 8, measure of Swaps in the Arch 
jose IT 18, Tass 9, Fort Miteh- Ward Memorial and has rested 
since the Washington Park 
race. 

Nellie %. Fisherman, hero of the 1954 
>| wichene mative 25, Tender Morse! 9, Washington (D. C.) Interna- 
02 _ 3—Corfel 10, Reman Ge 9. Doreen’, tional, is regarded as the better 

249 sath ines Smart 20. War Age 15. > the ag Age ~ og -— 
ma Rever 16. Helle Mom 15. Sen. areer y e y y 


Tewn Record Trip 15. 


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However, the mile and three-| 


His rivals.’ 


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tract a record crowd of about Brecon. 


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ped the mile in 1:33 2/5, one- Sa. 


need a firm footing for his best: = 
In his lone turf course test ~ 


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Hasty House Farm's Mahan in 24 


13, Bey Rarrese 12. © for tonight with clearing Ma 


in United Nations Handicap Today 


| 


Jockeys, Odds Andrews Wins 
United Nattons Field Baseball Title 


The Andrews Air Force Base 
baseball team returned yester- 
day with the Northeast area 
Air Force baseball tournament 
championship trophy from Grilf- 
fis AFB, Utica, N. Y. 

By defeating Manhattan 
; Beach Air Force Station, 105, 
in the title Thursday Andrews 
qualified for the Air Force 
world-wide tournament which 
begins Monday at Scott Air 
Force Base, Springfield, IIL. 

Shortstop Dave Barboza hit 
two home runs, one a grand 
slam that won the game. Cen- 
terfielder Rudy Kelsch won the 
tournament batting honors with 
a 534 average as Andrews de- 
feated Syracuse, 2410; and 
\Manhattan Beach, 104 and 10-5, 


ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sept. 14 (®—The field for the in- 
vitational $106,000 United Nations Handicap, mile and three. 
post positions, owners, jockeys and probable odds: 


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HORSE W'GHT. 
Lofty Peak 115 
Mahan 120 
Prince Morvi 118 
Mister Gus 119 
Dedicate 116 
Jabneh 113 
Swaps 130 
Career Boy 116 
Find 117 


OWNERS 

Greer 

Hasty House F. > 

F.C. Rand Jr. P. ‘Anderson 
Llangollen 1. Valenzuela 
Mrs. Burke W. Boland 
Mrs. Bankhead <A. Catalano 
Elisworth . Shoemaker 
Cc. Vv. Whitney Boulmetis 
A. Vanderbilt Guerin 
Summer Tan 120 Mrs. Galbreath . MeCreary 
a-ll. Fisherman 119 C. V. Whitney J. Choquette 


a—C. V. Whitney entry. 


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Nick Altrock Has 
80th Birthday 


Nick Altrock, comedian- 
coach of the Washington 
Baseball Club since 1912 and 
currently in his 60th consecu- 
tive year in organized base- 
ball, celebrates his 80th birth- 
day today. 

Altrock, born in Cincinnati, 
Ohio, on Sept. 15, 1876, plans | 
spending his birthday quietly | 
with his wife of the past 42 
years, the former Ellen 
Campbell of Kansas City, in 
the Trinity Towers apart- 
ment they have maintained 
at 3023 14th st. nw., for the 

ast 29 years. 

Nick will be toasted at a | 

birthday luncheon at the At- 
las Club, 1349 E st. nw.. Mon- 
day at 12:30 p. m. 


To My Friends Who Want fo Know... 


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Harvie Ward, Chuck Koesis Gain. National 


The 1956 Olympics .. . 


Campbell 
Shoots Ace 
On30th Hole 


By Will 
LAKE FOREST 
m—Defending « 
vie Ward Jr.. with the touch of 
a ound t 
greens, stood off an almost un 
able comeback by Pur 
Joe Campbell today to 
the final round of the na 
amateur golf tournament 
Charl (Chuck) Koc- 
a match-hardened old ex- 
pro from Royal Oaks, Mich 
Campbell, four down with 
seven holes to play, electrified 
a small Knollwood Club gallery 
of 700 by sinking a hole-in-one 
on the 30th hole and then chip- 
ping in from 60 yards off the 
green on the 480-yard 34th for 
an eagle three 
With the match now dormie 
two. Ward laced his tee shot 
the 190-yard 35th to the 
it of the green and got his 
with two putts from 30 


Grimsley 

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Campbell, a cocksure Hoosier 
in a jaunty alpine hat, was to 
the right of the green and also 
took a three. But the holes 
had run out. Ward's winning 
margin was 2 and 1 


Macee Beaten, 4 and 2 


Kocsis a chunky, graying 
man of 43, son of an immigrant 
Hungarian bee-keeper and one 
of 14 children, reached the clii- 
max of a lengthy competitive 
career by smothering Canada's 
Ge! ald Magee with dishearten- 
ing steadiness, 4 and 2 

The former college champion 
from the University of Michi- 
gan, 14 times a qualifier in this 
event but never better than a 
quarterfinalist, rang in a birdie 
deuce on Magee on the fourth 
hole and never once got be- 
hind 

Campbell supporters, includ- 
ing a large delegation from his 
home town of Anderson, had 
despaired of his chances when 
he came to the 30th tee and 
there deliberated between a 
five and six iron before taking 
his swing. 

The ball hit with a six-iron, 
arched over the lake, landed 
about eight feet in front of the 
cup and trickled home. 


Sinks Wedge Shot 


On the 34th, Campbell, 
decked out in gold pants and 
Black sweater to match his col- 
lege colors. was almost out of 
bounds with his drive. He hit 
a bealtiful iron dead<center to 
the front of the green, 60 yards 
short of the pin, and then 
swung his wedge. The ball 
landed close to the pin and 
rolied in for an eagle three. 

Campbell was five under par 
for seven holes—the 28th 
through the 34th—but finished 
the day, because of eary wild- 
ness, even with Knollwood's 71 
ficure. Ward was three under 
for the best medal of the day. 
Kocsis two under and Magee 
* three over 

Kocsis was national intercol- 
legiate champion in 1936. a 
member of the U. S. Walker 
Cup team in 1938 and 1949 and 
bas been six times champion 
of the golf-minded state of 
Michigan 

Ward is 30, a poised interna- 
tional veteran who also has 
won the national intercolie- 
Ziate, in 1949 while at the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina: the 
British amateur in 1952 and the 
Canadian amateur in 1954. 


Roosevelt Routed 

ALLENTOWN, Pa.. Sept. 14 
Allentown Hich scored 25 points 
in nd period and wal- 
loped Roosevelt Hich of Wash- 
ington, D. C., 514, here tonight 

Roosevelt crossed the 50-yard 
line only once 


Allentown 
Reese: it 


Vourhfowns: 


yee Cam- 


PAT. 


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Schicichler. W 
Alientew n—(Civier 


Herndon High Wins 


Quarterback Kent Sasher 
threw two scoring passes, 7 
and 15 yards, to end Bill Fox 
in the last quarter to give Hern- 


‘3> 


a @ 


Phelps Beaten, 31-0 


ee4. ing football victory over North- 


Fels Cherck 


stent Golf Final 


ME MOST REVAQRARLE ATHLETE (M THIS YEARS 
OLYMP, GANEE IB BRITIGH, AND A WOMAN. 


(IN (936, WIEN DOROTHY THER 
CAME SECOND WME BERLIN 

OLY MNCs, WORLD RECORD 
WOLDER THELMA NOPEING 

WAS BORN 


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Dunbar Hich 
Easily Wins 
Opener, 34-7 


Dunbar of Interhigh 
League romped to a 347 Vic 
tor over Luther Jackson High 
yesterday at Luther Jackson 
in its footbail opener 
Quarterback Char 
Smith threw a pair of touch 
down passes to Thomas Abney 
to pace Dunbar. The scoring 
passes coveréd 35 and 


JACK KR 


Kramer, 
world’s best 
of the most 
in 
les L, 
en's singles 
States wom 
day 
45 I 


Pancho Segura Plays 


Kramer Here Today 


en's singles champion of 1955, 


MMEN SO-VEAR-OLD OOROTHY TYLER, MOTHER 
GF HO BOVE, AGED JO AND G2, 13 TIED OF 
3 MGM SLUMPING, SM THEE THE BROAD JUMP. 


By Maxwell Stiles and Harvey Bishop 


Mrs. Pye 
Wins Golf 


‘Mrs. William P. Pye used a 


comhjnation of good golf and 
f course knowledge in winning 
yesterday's Women’s District 


Golf Association - sponsored 
| class B WMAL Cup over home 


i'Manor Club course with a 
net 76. 

In winning her first major 
tournament victory, Mrs. Pye 
posted a gross of 90 and used a 
handicap allowance of 14 
strokes. 

Mrs. R. M. Brewer of Army 
Navy carried off low gross with 
a 90 

Mrs. Clarence Miller, Belle 


Haven, finished second net with! 


91—14—77. Other net winners 
were: Mrs. O. B. Stanley, Army) 


line Addie vs. Doris Hart 


AWER and Pauline Betz Addie, world’s best 


and woman tennis piayers of the generation, are featured | 
today and Sunday in tennis exhibitions at Edgemoor Club. 
former world amateur champion and liater the 


professional player, plays Pancho Segura, one 
colorful and talented players in tennis today, 


singles matches both days 
Pauline. whose career in amateur and professional wom- 


United 
in singles each 


parallels Kramer's, meets Doris Hart, 


he four pros will conclude the program both days with 


yards. 
ber 
— Jackson 
rn 
“Lether Jarier 


Ww. Sante 7 
asines Jackson 


WW omen s 


Semith 


Fairmont Bows, 2 

The Spingarn High “B” team 
defeated Fairmont Heights var- 
sity yesterday, 24, at Fairmont 
Heights. It was the first foot- 
ball game in its history for 
Fairmont Heights 

A Spingarn lineman tackled 
Harold Adams in the end zone 
early in the first period for the 
only score. 
Seiesern OO ' 
F airment eights ec 


Safet, —Spinga 
Hareiqg Adams tackled in ond 


Falls Church Loses 


James Monroe High School 
of Fredericksburg defeated 
Falis Church last night. 137, 


Heraid. 


tennis pre 
moor ciub. 


Her story 
the Fer and 


Pauline Betz 


Story Sunday in 


The remarkable career 
Pauline Betz Addie will be 
brought up te date im a 
feature article 
reow's editions of The Wash- 
ington Post and Times 


Pauline has a few tips 
for young tennis players, 
reveals how she 
feur children, serves as 


al appearances and carries 
a fall sectal scheduie. 


section, with pictures te il- 
lustrate, tomerrew. 


match. 
begins each day at 2 


4 mixed doubles 
Play 
Dp. m 
The exhibitions climax 
the first year’s activities of 
the Washington Area Tennis 
Patrons Foundation which is 
sponsoring the matches. 


THE TENNIS PATRONS 
were founded iast winter 
with the purpose of bring- 
ing tennis to the kids and 
generally promoting the 
sport. 

AbdDout 


Addie 


Section 


In tomor- 


3500 seats are 
' @vailable both Saturday and 
Sunday for the matches. 
Grandstands have been 
erected on Edgemoor'’s No. 
3 and No. 5 courts making 
court No. 4 the stadium 
court for the big matches. 
Proceeds from the matches 
will go into the Tennis Pa- 
trons’ fund to carry on its 
work in promoting tennis in 
the Washington area. 


raises 
at the Edge- 
makes person- 


will appear in 
About Women 


at Falis Church. Falls Church 
scored first on a 30-yard run 
back of an intercepted pass by 
Harry Woodward. 

mes Monree } ; 


nw Harr 
ra lo — Cherch 
Dees 


Pteret : 
from —o 


ridge ss, FORT 


CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va. 
Sept. 14—Phelps Vocational 
High of Washington, D. C., lost 
the ball nine times on fumbles 
here tonight and dropped its 
football opener, 314, to Burley 


his lead in 
halfway mark. 
Trombiley s 
a - 
‘ 
Teech4eens—Sarier: 


Je&reer 
tT). Lester Cesta ion. Toe BE. WH- 
_ ae Garemer. —Herter: Eichard 
enree 


Coolidge Loses 

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. 
Sept. 14—Mechanicsburg High 
School outclassed Coolidge 
High of Washington here to 
night, 30-7. Coolidge’s ione 
touchdown came on an 87-yard 
return of an intercepted pass 
by Pete Sakavales 
Mechanicsburg 
(Coohdse 


But 
round was a si 
compiled by 


1s with Mar 
mont, Iii. 
a HH 33— 
day total 
The leaders 


67 


1a ; 
« . 

Tou CEBOWNS Mechastests: re—tee 
He Pe — 
Pew 5 Sana ates Pat Mech aniceders— 
Pake ‘ enttidge — Frank ( oling 
SAE TY—-Rechentobare 


Carroll Wins, 13-0 
Halfback John Sullivan 

sparked John Carrol! of the 

Catholic League to a 13-0 open- 


Jem Termesa — 
Be Wieteerr. Te 
Belsea- 


ee ANNAPOLI 


last night 


Bi-County 
at North- 


western 
League 
western. 


Jehn Carrell 
Nerth western 

Teecbdowns—f 
frank Campane 
Beers 


ington, D. C.. 


here today. 
arrel: Jeke Sellivran 
Pat—Carrelt—ite 


a St. Maty's 


ak Bill Trombley 
+3 § =3 Adds to Lead 


Teschédewns—Falis 
Seecwase James Merree 
Harry WAYNE 
14 \#—Bill Trombley. a 34-year- 
old Dallas, Tex.. pro who joined 
the PGA championship golf 
circuit six weeks ago, fired a 
six-under-par 665 today to push 
the Fort Wayne 
open to three strokes at the 


with Thursday's 65 to give him 
a 36-hole total of 131 
the day's outstanding 


Pocono Manor, Pa. 
nim to a sec 
ty Furgol of Le- 
wh 
to equal his first 


ta Calferete 
Tittnets 


Preé Baas. New Oricae 
NTS Ties St. Mary's 


tional Training School of Wash- 


Ronald Fisher 


Both Kramer and Mrs. 
Addie used to trounce their 
opponents of this weekend 
with regularity. 

But back trouble and ad- 
| wamcing years have creeped 
| up on the boyish 
Kramer while Segura keeps 
on getting better. The twoe 
fisted, pigeon-toed Segura, 
wh stands 5 feet, 6 inches, 


Ind. Sept! 


tralia’s Frank Sedgman. 


MRS. ADDIE, pro at the 
host Edgemoor Club and 
now the mother of four chil- 
dren, hasn't lost a match to 
Doris in 15 years but her 
victories over Miss Hart are 
closer each time they meet. 

Shirley Fry, who last 
week defeated Althea Gib- 
son for the United States 


32-3 coupled 


zzling 32—32—4 
Art Wall Jr. of 
It pushed 
md place tie at 


o came up with : 
; by Miss Hart, will referee 


the Addie-Hart matches. 

To get to Edgemoor Club, 
take Wisconsin ave. nw. to 
Bethesda, turn left on Hamp- 
den lane. two blocks before 
the East-West hwy. intersec- 
tion, and drive six blocks to 

2—\s. Exeter rd. and the club 
, —Bob Alden 


a 


4 Wild. Holter 
== Gain Final at 


Washington 


S. Sept. 14—Na- 


tied St. Mary's gained the final of the Wash- 


High School of Annapolis 13-13 ington Golf and Country Club's 


championship yesterday. 
intercepted 


pass on his own amateur titlist, 


looking | 


is likely to beat Kramer, who 
has lost here only to Aus- | 


women's singles title vacated | 


Claude Wild and Bill Holter @ 


Wild, District and Maryland 
took the lead 


| Wakefield, 
G.W., W.-L. 


WinOpeners — 


| Defending champion George 
Washington High, Washington- 
\Lee and Wakefield scored vic- 
tories last night in Northern 
Virginia Group I football 
league openers. 

Quarterback Mike Delnegro| 
scored two touchdowns and! 
passed 39 yards to end Bucky 
Poole for another to spark GW 
to a 27%) triumph over Annan- 
dale at Alexandria. 

Steve Reid scored twice on! 
runs of 23.and 33 yaads to trig- 
ger Washington-Lee over Fair- 
fax, 270, at W-L. 

Wakefield defeated  Hol| 
Vernon, 134, with John Hol-| 
ter and Bob Cash scoring the | 
touchdowns Mount Vernon) 
threatened twice but each time 
penalties halted its drive. ) 

. i $27) 
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Wa shingion: 
nk 


Maribe 


Geerge 
Annanda 


Teuchdewns — Geor 
Becky Peele. M 
Cesimane 
(tackled Joe A a in end 
McDen 


Washington 6 
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zone. 


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sirfa e 
eshingtee- lee 7 


uchdewns— Washington -Lee Wa 
Ballard. Steve Reid (t). Mike Cardent. ' 
PAT—Washington-Lee: Ballerd (3). 


Wakefield ; ¢ #6313 
Meunt Verner " eo 0 ~— 6 


Teuchdewns—Wakeficid: Jehn ~~ 
Beb Cash. FPAT—Wakefield: Al Leder 


Eastern High Loses 


BETHLEHEM, Pa., Sept. 14 
Bethlehem High fought off a 
late rally by Eastern High to 
defeat the Washington, D. C.., 
team, 20-19, here toigiht. 

Dick Kettner passed to Billy 
Lee for two Eastern touch-| 
downs. Dougie Thomas scored 
the other on a quarterback 


Deus 
Bi James 
som =«( (2). PAt—Eastern: 
tis 


\Ketiner. Beth 


Walter Johnson Tied 


Walter Johnson High in Be- 
thesda, which opened this fall, ) 
tied the Bethesda-Chevy Chase 
junior varsity team, 7-7, in its 
football opener yesterday at, 
Walter Johnson. 
Walter Johnson ensescce & a Gon 
, B-CC Jayvees - ®° 78 6-7 


Teuchdowns — Walter Johnsen: Wilson. 
Harris. PAT—Walter Johnson: | 
B-CC: Warris. 


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Mr. Stevenson’s Kickoff 


The formal inauguration of the Democratic presi- 
dential campaign by Adlai Stevenson in his speech 
at Harrisburg was a little like the opening of a play 
after too many rehearsals. The speech was of the 
sort that read far better than it sounded, and the 
defects must have been apparent first of all to 
the television audience. On the whole it was a high- 
toned and good-tempered effort. But Mr. Steven- 
son's delivery was poor, and he too obviously had 
fussed over the speech virtually until deadfine. 
This is a temptation he will have to overcome if 
he is elected, for no executive can expect to give 
intimate personal attention to every detail of busi- 
ness and remain an executive. It is just as possible 
to worry too much as to have too little concern. 

In substance the speech was an indictment of the 
lack of leadership in the Eisenhower Administra- 
tion, a call for the execution of ideas in domestic 
and foreign affairs that will help channelize the 
world into the new era which Mr. Stevenson has 
attempted to paint. It was refreshing to have the 
Democratic nominee acknowledge that the Repub- 
licans have made some accomplishments “that must 
not be dismissed lightly.” But, said Mr..Stevenson, 
the central issue is “whether America wants to 
stay on dead center, mired in complacency and 
¢ynicism.” 

There is warrant for the charge of cOmplacency, 
if not of cynicism. Mr. Stevenson already had dwelt 
with devastating effect on the appointment as Com- 
missioner of Internal Revenue a man who did not 
believe in the income tax> His additional criticism 
of some of the Administration's failures to meet 
educational ani other human needs was well put. 
He could have been sharper in his approach to 


© foreign affairs, but perhaps he was constrained by 


the delicacy of the Suez situation. 

Perhaps the best point made by the Democratic 
mominee concerned Mr. Eisenhower's lack of in- 
fluence with his own party. ._ He long has had to 
rely on Democrats in Congress to rescue his pro- 
grams. Now that the President is bidding for a 
final term; he is in danger of losing effective 
control (though the possibility of a Democratic 
Congress with Mr. Eisenhower again as President 
ought not to be discounted). It is certainly true 
thatthe future leaders of the Republican Party 
will be angling to capture the party machiner#— 
and.Mr. Nixon figures prominently in this picture. 
Mr. Nixon’s circumspection in the campaign so far, 
however, takes some of the bite out of Mr. Steven- 
gon’s attack. 

If there was nothing very objectionable in Mr. 
@tevenson’s kickoff speech, there was nothing very 
startling or inspiring either. Apart from the de- 
fects of delivery, what was missing were positive 
end concrete suggestions. Mr. Stevenson made an 
indictment. But he did not say, in other than very 
general and not altogether convincing terms, what 
he would do to improve the situation he decries. 


Warning in the Air 


It is excellent news that the Air Transport Asso- 
elation has indorsed a new device to warn pilots 
against mid-air collisions. The need for a practi- 
eable warning system has been apparent since 
World War II and has been emphasized by recent 
tragedies such as that over the Grand Canyon. 
There were some experiments just after the war 
with crude radar devices which ultimately were 
discarded as too heavy and too inefficient. The new 
system developed by the Collins Radio Co. in 
eooperation with Ahe airlines is said to provide for 
e@ horn that will warn pilots of nearby aircraft, as 
well as lights to indicate the relative position of 
the other craft. Ultimately the device also will 
have an electronic computer which will figure 
speeds and direction and will indicate by an addi- 
tional signal the proper way to turn to avoid 
collision. 

In most present-day transport aircraft the pilot's 
range of vision is extremely limited. It is possible 
for two planes to approach each other, and even 
pass, with neither pilot aware of the other plane's 
presence. The vast expansion in traffic, and the 
imminence of jet transports which will close on each 
other at fantastic speeds, makes a reliable collision- 
prevention system imperative. It will be several 
years before the warning device is available; but 
to their credit a number of airlines already are 
seeking to arrange purchases. This is an essential 
component in the much broader governmental and 
private effort to modernize the airways and make 
them safer for the jet age. 


*Ere’s a ’Owdy-Do! 


Well, the rock ‘n’ roll frenzy has now struck Eng- 
Jand and has provoked pretty much the same sort 
of athletic deliria among the Teddy Boys and Teddy 
Girls over there as among our own young drapes 
and chicks. The showing of an American movie 
called Rock Around the Clock has produced violent 
disturbances in Birmingham, Manchester, Welling, 
London, Tynemouth, Gateshead and elsewhere, and 
further exhibitions of the film have been prohibited 
in most of those places in the interest of public 
peace. 

Why this particular kind of music—if that is the 
right word for it—should excite the pubescent and 
adolescent to a point where they can discharge 
their emotional pressure only by beating each other 
‘with chairs (as they are said to have done not long 
ago at a concert here in Washington) or by tearing 
up a dance hall (as they did a bit earlier in the 
summer at San Jose, Calif.), or by throwing lighted 
cigarettes and stolen light bulbs from the balcony 
of a theater (as they are said to have done in Man- 
chester, England), or by setting off firecrackers and 


throwing beer bottles (as they did in London's: 


South End) is as much of a puzzle as ever. 

Even the musicians seem unable to tell us pre- 
eisely what,this rock ‘n’ roll business is, and how it 
differs from, say, gutbucket jazz, boop-a-doop, be- 
bop and all that archaic and relatively decorous 
kind of , except to say that the beat is more 
heavily ted, which, of course, no one who 


has listened (voluntarily or otherwise) to such rec- - 


eords as Rock Around the Clock, or Heartbreak 
Hotel, or Blue Suede Shoes will be inclined to dis- 


he knows our America well. 


tions of which one Elvis-thePelvis' Presley is said 
t6 be our most accomplished practitioner. 

The psychiatrists, who are supposed to know 
about these things, have not been of much help 
either. Some of them say that rock 'n’ roll is just 
our twentieth ceritury version of the dionysian rev- 
el@, or of those wild goings-on in “the high places” 
that are described with so much disapproval by the 
Biblical Prophets. In other words, if these young 
chits and pipsqueaks were just a bit better edu- 
cated, they would be shouting “Evoe'” instead of 
“Yow, Wow!” and “Yea! Yea!” Other authorities, 
however, tell us that the younger sort really don't 
like the rock 'n’ roll noises and antics any more than 
we do, but that they pretend to like them just to 
annoy us. It is their way, it seems, of working off 
their Oedipus and Electra resentments 

The main question, though, is what we ought to 
do about these strange phenomena. A good many 
of our police officials think they know: they say we 
ought to prohibit the stuff at public gatherings of 
youth. And now, apparently, a good many munici- 
pal authorities in Great Britain have reached the 
same conclusion. 


Climate of Compliance 


There is much merit to Adlai Stevenson's conten- 
tion regarding the country’s public school integra- 
tion problem that it is a “responsibility of the Chief 
Executive to do all in his power to create a climate 
of compliance with the law and to encourage with 
the immense prestige and power of this office those 
who are earnestly trying, often in difficult circum- 
stances, to comply with the Court's decision.” Presi- 
dent Eisenhower seems to have recognized this re- 
sponsibility somewhat belatedly: at his news confer- 
ence on Tuesday he decried the violence which has 
erupted in some Southern states, reproved parents 
who allowed their children to resist integration and 
gave warm words of praise to. the Superiftendent 
of Schools of Louisville, Ky., where desegregation 
has been effected almost without incident. There 
can be no doubt that this expression of opinion by 
the President will carry great weight in the con- 
troversy. 

The most important way in which the President 
can assert leadership in the present troubled situa- 
tion concerns the mobilization of public opinion. 
President Eisenhower was gravely mistaken, we 
think, when he said the other day that it makes no 
difference whether or not he indorses the Supreme 
Court order. It makes a great deal of difference to 
millions of Americans both because of their respect 
for the office of the President and because of their 
trust in and regard for General Eisenhower as a 
man. His prestige and popularity could sway opin- 
ion and promote compliance with the law. Prestige 
and popularity are assets which ought to be used, 
not hoarded. 

After all, the Supreme Court has said that equal- 
ity of opportunity in tax-supported schools is a right 
of American citizenship. The President is not a de- 
tached, neutral umpire where rights of citizenship 
are concerned. He has an unmistakable mandate to 

ee that such rights are respected. 


Wron g Forum 


The Senate Internal Security Subcommittee now 
holds a mortgage of a sort on the political future 
of Jacob K. Javits and threatens to foreclose it 
whenever the moment seems least opportune for 
the Republican nominee in New York State’s sena- 
torial campaign. 
gave a former Communist of dubious credibility 
an opportunity to testify in secret session that Mr. 
Javits nearly a decade ago had sought Communist 
help in getting elected to the House of Representa- 
tives. When Mr. Javits seemed likely to reccive 
the GOP’s senatorial nomination, a former counsel 
for the subcommittee made this unverified allega- 
tion public. Mr. Javits last week sought and was 
given a chance to defend himself before the sub- 
committee; he made a-categorical denial of the 
allegation. Now, however, the subcommittee says 
the case will have to be kept open to explore incon- 
sistencies between the stories told\by Mr. Javits 
and other witnesses. In short, the subcommittee, 


which happens to be under the chairmanship of a , 


not particularly fastidious Democrat, may chodese 
to revive this scandalmongering at the height of 
the campaign or on the eve of the election. 

This unedifying possibility points to the conclu- 
sion in retrospect that Mr. Javits was ill-advised to 
seek a clearance or vindication from the Internal 
Security Subcommittee. That body is not qualified 
to furnish him with anything of the sort—even if 
political considerations inclined it to do so. Indeed, 
it is hard to see how Mr. Javits’ political past 
can be any proper concern of the’ subcommittee. 
What possible pertinence can it have to the coun- 
try’s internal security? What business has the 
subcommittee investigating the loyalty of the At- 
torney General of New York? The body best quali- 
fied to pass judgment on Mr. Javits is the electorate 
of New York State. It will do so in November. 


Alvhand’s Mission 


Herve Alphand, who is the new French Am- 
bassador, is no newcomer to Washington, and 
He has been here in 
the company of many of the political and economic 
missions which have negotiated with top United 
States officials since the war. He became well 
acquainted with the United Nations when he was 
the French delegate in New York. There is a wide 
respect among Americans for Mr. Alphand's gifts 
and experience as a diplomat and as a man of 
affairs. Undoubtedly Ffance has picked for its top 
post in Washington a man who is thoroughly con- 
versant with France's relations with America and 
with France's international problems. His English 
is impeccable, enabling him to put out his ideas 
with the precision and conciseness of the French 
intellectual. His arrival coincides with not only the 
grea external crisis of France since the war, but 
wi supreme test of the viability of the Atlantic 
community in its encounter with the non-Atlantic 
world. No man that France could send over at this 
time could have more ability to represent the point 
of view of his government. We wish him success 

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St. Louls Post-Dispatch 


Letters to the Editor 


Scientist Shortage 


As an engineer I would like 
to put my two cents in along 
with Mr. Sokolsky and General 
Sturgis concerning the theory 
that a shortage of scientists 
exists in the United States to- 
day. 

In my opinion and in the 
opinion of most “scientists” of 
my acquaintance there is no 
shortage. The first indication 
of a shortage according to the 
law of supply and demand 
would be high salaries for sci- 
@ntists. Today the vast major- 
ity of scientists, whether in 
Government or industry, are 
but slightly better paid than 
skilled craftsmen such as pipe- 
fitters. A recent survey by the 
A.C.S. showed that the average 
Ph.D. with 15 years experience 
made less than $10,000 last year. 

The high school student of 
today is alert enough to com- 
pare the economic status of 
the scientist in his community 
with those in other fields and 
to know ‘that from solely a 
monetary viewpoint that the ef- 
fort to become trained in a 
scientific field is just not worth 
the difference. If the scientific 
fields enjoyed a reputation for 
high pay I believe the colleges 
weald be jammed with students 
seeking these fields. 

When I was inducted into the 
Army in 1954 I was given a 
form letter printed by the 
Army informing me that it was 
possible for the Army to utilize 
but a small percentage of the 
engineers and scientists as such 
wile they were in the armed 
forces. This seems completely 
incon7zruous with General 
S.iurgis -statement concerning 
“the sinister shortage of engi- 
neers and scientists” in the 
armed forces today 

Therefore, it seems to me 
that the cry of shortage has 
been brought about by the fact 
that scientists have at last re- 
alized that they're getting the 
end of the stick in a 
country of increasing pros- 
perity for everyone eise and 
are demanding their due. 
Those organizations offering 
low salaries caf no longer find 
people willing to work for 
them ana are crying shortage. 

HENRY A. ESMOND. 

Baltimore, Md. 


Hot-Rod Clubs 


Recently, you carried.a story 
about the death of two you 
girls on their way to 
The person driving the death 


car was a teen-ager, 16 to be . 


exact. is puts. him, for some 
reason, in the age bracket 
usually erroneously called 
“Hot-Rodders.” 

As one of the most active 
Hot Rod clubs in this area, we 
at the same time wish to ex- 
press our feelings of sorrow 
and regret—-sorrow that this 
terrible thing should have to 
happen, and regret that the boy 
who drove the car had not yet 


“become a hot-rodder. 


Why do we say “not yet be- 
come a hot-rodder”? Let us try 
to tell you. 

Imagine yourself or your 
child spending hundreds or 
possibly thousands of hours of 
painstakirigly building a fast, 
safe, and efficient car or “hot- 


Faas 


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inspect each car before allow- 
ing it to race on a regulation 
drag strip. 

We do not ask you to become 
an avid hot-rod fan, although 
the sport appeals to many. We 
ask but one thing—recognition; 
recognition for the real hot- 
rodders who conform to the 
rules and regulations of society 
and also recognition of the 
bogus, socalled hot-rodders 
who, as such, leap off at the 
corner stoplight with mudflaps 
and aefials flying. 

Three years ago, a national 
sports magazine called hot-rod- 
ding a “lusty, lively, and likely 
infant.” At this time there are 
more than one million hot-rod- 
ders across the country and 
more are joining. authorized 
and supervised clubs every day. 
Quite an infant. 

Although the Middle Atlantic 
states are more or less the “last 
frontier” for public and police 
sanctioned, drag strips and hot 
rod clubs, we feel that this is 
the time for us to try to turn 
the eyes of the public away 
from the unwanted and futile 
attempts at “beefing up” the 
traffic laws on teen-agers, and 
over to the more successful and 
practical method of building 
and sanctioning civic drag 
strips, thereby giving the true 
hot-rodder a chance to prove 
himself. 

It is for you and the rest of 
the public to decide. Would 
you rather see more and more 
tragic recurrences of the Chi- 
cago butchering or give the 
teen-agers an even chance to 
put their work and ideas to 
some safe and acceptable end 
on a safe, sanctioned drag strip 
in their community? 

DEANE E. HOLT. 

Silver Spring, Md. 


Impractical Homes 


I visited two of the exhibit 
home areas and saw eight 
houses. This, of course, is a 
small sample of the houses on 
exhibit and I intend to see the 
others, but certain questions 
came to my mind as I saw these 
houses. As a home economist, 
I wondered why one was de- 
signed with the back door 
opening from the dining room 
onto the car port or garage so 
that al] groceries would have 
to be carried from the car 
through the dining room to the 
kitchen. 

In some of the houses the 
opening between living and 
dining rooms was so placed 
that there was a traffic lane 
diagonally across the living 
room. In other houses, some 
split level, the bath is located 
just off the living room so that 
all bathroom noises can be 
heard in the living room, not 
to mention the impractical sit- 
uation of everyone who is go- 
ing from bedroom to bath be- 
ing in plain view from the liv- 
ing room. No privacy at all! 
Some of the bathrooms are pa- 
pered! 

: all the arrangements 
were bad, but the points 
brought out above will illus- 
trate that there seems to be no 
getting together of the archi- 
tects and the home economists. 
Why? It would seem wise for 
every firm of architects to have 
a home economist on its staff 
or at least have one~ brought 
in for consultation. Most any 
experienced homemaker would 
be able..fo point a finger at 
some of these inconvenient ar- 
rangements and impractical 
situations before they are put 
into final form and built into 


house. 
DORA MAE HECKMAN. 
Arlington. 


Mann-F enwick Proposal 


Recause of statements made 
by those who are only partly 
informed concerning House 
Fill No. 60, its companion bills 
and accompanying amend 
ments, a number of people have 
received an erroneous impres- 
sion of what these measures 
actually do and their purpoee. 

Let it be said unequivocably 
that these bills deprive no p-r- 
son of any right which he now 
enjoys under State or Federal 
Constitutions. Great care was 
used not to trespass or impair 
any of these rights. These 
measures prevent no act which 
any person may legally do to- 
dy 


objec- 
tives, have as their 
“the avoidance of condi 
arising between the r 
which impede the peaceful co- 
existence of all people” in the 
state. This legislative policy to 
protect the citizens from inter- 
racial tension and -dapgers, 
which may lead to violence, is 
clearly stated in the first sec- 
ticn of House Bill No. 60. It is 
believed that the conditions 
which have been created by the 
Kaspers and others may be 
avoided in Virginia under a law 
which requires all people, who 


amendments, that nothing in 
the law shall apply to an indi- 
vidual expressing his opinion 
orally or in writing, nor does 
it affect the right of petition 
and assembly. It should be 
noted that the general right to 
require registration has been 
upheld either by the Supreme 
Court of the United States, or 
the State courts. 

It should also be noted spe- 
cil'cally that this bill does not 
restrain in any manner any of 
the acts for which registration 
is required. It should be re- 
peated that responsible organi- 
zations should have nothing to 
hide. The requirement for reg- 
istration centers responsibility 
on the organization for its acts 
ard the acts of its members. 

The second group of bills 
write into statutory law the 
common law offense of barra- 
try and maintenance, and pro- 
vide clear cut penalties for 
violations of those acts pro- 
hibited by the canons of legal 
ethics. In other words, it codi- 


~ fies the common law and pro- 


s specific statutory penal- 
ties for: stirring up litigation. 
Safe ing provisions have 
been placedin the bills and the 
proposed a dments we 
to it that no one i«_deprived of 
any right to finance and prose- 
cette a bona fide suit in-which 
he is plaintiff or has a direct 
interest, whether pecuniary or 


It is reasonable to assume 
that had the laws which are 


GOP Lacks Strong ~ 
By Marquis Childs 


BASKING in the warm glow 
dent Eisenhower's personality 
tige, the Republicans seem to 
sight of the importance of strong 
candidates grounded in roy 
strong local organize — 
tion. That is the real 
meaning of what hap 
pened in Maine and it 
has.a direct bearing on 
the outcome of the pri- 
maries in Wisconsin and 
Utah. 

The narrow victory of 
Sen. Alexander Wiley ™ 
Wisconsin over his isola 
tionist opponent owed 
nothing to either the national or the state 
Republican organization. 

The state leaders had sponsored Rep. 
Giehn R. Davis because his ultraconserva- 
tive views on both foreign and domestic 
policy were more acceptable. In the last 
days of the campaign, the TZ yearcld 
Wiley was called on to explain the use 
of his frank in mailing out what was said 
to be campaign literature. He charged 
that this was an effort to discredit him 
with the voters. 

At the state-wide convention at which 
Wiley had been repudiated by a 3to1l vote 
of the delegates, Postmaster General Ar 
thur E. Summerfield, principal speaker for 
the Administration in Washington, failed 
even to mention the Senajors name. 
Wiley complained bitterly, pointing out 
how in instance after instance he had 
gone down the line for the Eisenhower 
foreign policy. 


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ew 

IN UTAH the defeat of Gov. J. Bracken 
Lee by a newcomer to politics cannot help 
but strengthen the GOP ticket. Somewhat 
to the right of the Bourbons of France, 
Lee has been crusading against the income 
tax while at the same time running down 
the President's major goals in the foreign 
field. 

Republicans in Washington in the wake 
of the Maine upset have been reaching 
for the soothing syrup. The Democratic 
victory—and the Democrats are saying 
privately that the recount in the hairline 
district will give them a second congres- 
sional seat for a total of two out of three— 
is due to “local conditions.” 

But with her notable New England 
forthrightness, Sen. Margaret Chase Smith . 
dissents. Realizing that the race would be 
extremely close, Mrs. Smith stayed away 
from the Republican convention in San 
Francisco to campaign for GOP candidates 
in Maine. In a statement after the de- 
feat, she said that her party could take 
no comfort from the results “whether from 
a state or a national viewpoint.” 

Maine may be disputed as a barometer, 
but the Democrats are counting on what 
they say is a more sure indicator of the 
outcome in November. That ts the vote 
in the Territory of Alaska, which for 
nearly 40 years has accurately refiected 


In 1952 Alaska elected a Republican Sen- 
ate and House im the Territorial Legis- 
lature. The majority of the very popular 
delegate from Alaska, Democrat Bob Bart- 
lett, was greatly reduced. 


returned to prove the “trend” shows in 
Maine. 
ow 

AS the Republicans rally happily around 
their President, they have a problem close 
at hafid in Pennsylvania that illustrates 
the pulling power of local candidates—or 
the lack of it—to a presidential race. 

Sen. James H. Duff, up for reelection, is 
rated an Eisenhower Republican, but he 
has shown few signs of leadership and 
his constituents are said to complain that 
he neglects them. 

Duff is being challenged by Joseph & 
Clark Jr. former Mayor of Philadeiphia, 
whe had a big part in overturning jhe 
Republican machine in that city. He was 


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Suez Pattern © ee e By Chalmers M. Roberts 


Atlantic Alliance 


IN THE SEVEN WEEKS 
that have now elapsed since 
Egyptigh President Gamal 
Abdel Nasser announced he 
was nationalizing the Univer- 
sal Suez Canabk Co. a sort of 
rhythmic pattern has emerged 
in the continuing crisis over 
that waterway. 

The pattern is of two parts: 
act and counter-act between 
Egypt on the one hand and 
Britain and France on the 
other: brinkmanship on the 
pert of Britain and. France 
and counter-brinkmanship on 
the part of the United States 

As a result there have béen 
@ series of Major strains on 
the Atlantic alliance, on the 
British Commonwealth, on 
American relations with Asia, 
the Middle East and Africa. 
Some of, the verbal recrimina- 
tions already have come to 
the surface; others likely will 
do so later on when the world 
is more relaxed over Suez 
It is hard to see any point at 
which the strains and stresses 
have strengthened Free World 
ties or opened the way to a 
new and better relationship 
between the Western indus- 
trial nations and the under- 
developed countries. Certain- 
ly the common conclusion one 
hears among diplomats is that 
the Soviet Union alone has 
been the gainer and that more 
of the same sort of trouble 
lies ahead in other spots 
around the globe. 

coe 

THE ACTS and counter- 
acts are familiar enough from 
the headlines, culminating. 
thus far. in the walk-out of 
the old company’s canal pi- 
lots, steps to create the canal 
“users association” and the 
upcoming move to turn Suez 
into a virtually dry ditch by 
shifting vessels to the Cape 
of Good Hope route. And the 
tale is not yet finished. 

The more fascinating rhyth- 
mice pattern, however, has 
been that+involving Washing- 
ton, London and Paris. A good 
many details are still missing 
but enough has come to light 
to show the pattern. 

The evening Nasser made 
his first move—July 26— 
British Prime Minister An- 
thony Eden reacted violently. 


Is Strained 


‘ 


In the first 48 hours he and 
the French ordered the 
mouriting of a military opera- 
tion against Egypt. But they 
never gave the go-ahead sig- 
nal to put it into operation. 

A good many diplomats 
have been saying of late that 
if Britain and France really 
intended to act they should 
have dane so in that first 48 
hours. The fact of the matter 
is now well established: they 
were militarily incapable of 
acting, certainiy of throwing 
enough power against Egypt 
to assure a successful blitz 

What London and Paris did, 
instead, was to mount a diplo- 
matic blitz on Washington. It 
is impossible to fathom the 
minds of Eden or French Pre- 
mier Guy Mollet as to wheth- 
er they would have hit Egypt 
if they had had the power in 
those first 48 hours. Their 
associates insistthey did not 
intend to do so. 

coo 

EDEN AND MOLLET suc- 
ceeded in convincing Presi- 
dent Eisenhower and Secre- 
tary of State John Foster 
Dulles they meant to hit Egypt 
as soon as they could unless 
sOme alternative turned up to 
keep Nasser from “getting 
away with it.” When the al- 
ternative was announced—the 
22-nation London Conference 
—stories began to appear in 
Washington that Dulles had 
thought it up to prevent war 
within 24 or 48 hours. Eden 
on Wednesday ridiculed the 
idea that Britain -was 
“dragged” into the conference 
and he was right. But it was 
Dulles who widened thé con- 
ference to include Russia and 
more Asians. Eden's aides 
privately ridiculed the idea 
of war in 24 hours 


The London Conference 
and the subsequent five-nation 
mission to Cairo reduced the 
heat. But when Nasser flatly 
rejected the proposal of 18 
of the 22 nations, drafted by 
Dulles, the temperature rose 
again. 

Once more Dulles and the 
President were convinced that 
Eden and Mollet meant to hit 
Egypt unless another alterna- 
tive was provided. This time 


there was even a date men- 
tioned for the attack—Sept. 
15, today. Dulles’ alternative 
was the Canal users’ associa- 
tion, an improvisation over 
which he was not very happy 
since he knew it would have 
little or no Asian support. But 
he felt that if it did not have 
intrinsic merit it at least had 
the extrinsic merit of avoiding 
a war. 


ae 


Now the crisis temperature 


is once more receded. This 
time, however, a Dulles pro- 


posal alone was not enough. | 


It took the hard pounding on 


Eden of British Labor Party | 


Leader Hugh Gaitskell 
bring about the key—Eden's 


to | 


pledge to go to the U.N. first | 


before shooting, 
“emergency.” 
cos 
THROUGHOUT this rhyth- 
mic pattern Dulles has been 


playing for time, time to find | 
ways to get London and Paris | 
down off what a good many | 


here have felt was a greased 
pole, time to let opposition in 
Britain and France which 
would help force a descent in- 
side those countries. That is 
what has happened in Britain 
because of increasing Labor 
Party and press opposition to 
war against Egypt. France, so 
consumed by the Algerian War 
already going on, has been far 
less divided nationally but 
France knows it cannot fight 
Nasser alone. 


This. Wednesday and Thurs- 


day saw the pressure on Eden ) 
mount at home, coming to a | 


head in the face-to-face debate 
in Commons Thursday eve- 
ning with Gaitskell’s demand- 


the issue to the U. N. before 
shooting if Nasser refused to 
let ships of the users asso- 
ciation through the canal. 


barring an 


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get in there and 


“A poll of 283 sports writers show 56% think you'll win, 
38% think you'll lose and 6% don't know! ...Now 


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Saturday, September 15, 1956 


7 


By Murrey Marder 
Btaf@ Reporter 


across-the-board chal- sensitive jobs, and is still in 


An 


Eight Ex-Employes of Army File Suit 
j To Challenge Security-Risk Firing 


|Administration halted use of and publications clerk, and an 
‘the security program in non- Air Force veteran. 


Bernice Levine, of Lakewood, 


lenge of the Federal Employes the process of drafting a new N. J., a clerk-typist, who was 


Security Program was repre- program. 
isented in a block of eight suits 


. working on a temporary ap- 
The Army is one of the 11 pointment. 


filed here yesterday in United original agencies named in the! Last Aug. 7, John W. Martyn, 


States District Court. 


basic security law and given administrative assistant to Sec- 


All are cases of Army Signal power to remove employes on retary Brucker, wrote attorney 


‘Corps emptoyes ousted from security grounds. 
‘Fort Monmouth, N. J., as se 


| Thurman W. Arnold that a 
final “comprehensive, careful 
Two of the eight cases filed and just review” by specially 


curity risks during the late yesterday, the suits said, were qualified persons had substan- 


11953-early 1954 period 
‘Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R- non-sensitive work for 
Ba power. ouster. That could pose a test 

das San | They were included in some refining the applicability of the 
35 suspensions which took place existing security law on non 
at that time. All the others have sensitive work performed in| 


FIGHT, men!...” since been cleared. sensitive agencies. In the Cole 


Post Of fice 


Explains New Colors 


By Warren Unna 
Reporter 


Stal 
White is for coolness. 
Red is for night-sight. 
And blue is for cleanliness. 


mail trucks and letter boxes. 
| Assistant 


: 


Such was the color rationals 
outlined by the Post Office De- 
partment yesterday in explain-| 
ing a pledge from Eden to take ing its new red, white and blue) 


Postmaster Gen-| 
eral Ormonde A. Kieb said the! 
‘colors originally were chosen! 


McCarthy at that timecase, the Supreme Court said 
claimed credit for all the ac-\the basic statute, Public Law 
tions, but the then-Secretary of 733 of 1950, is limited to jobs 


the Army Robert T. Stevens «directly concerned with the 
denied that claim. Nation’s safety.” 


The suit, among other things, 
contend that “threats to sub-| In the eight suits filed yes 


pena members/of the security terday, a clearing of the rec- 
'boards.” which McCarthy made ords, reinstatement with back 
in 1953, and his “sensational Pay, and a finding that the 
‘accusations of espionage and Secretary of the Army—now 
subversien at Fort Monmouth Wilber M. Brucker—acte d 
.. 2” caused “deep tension and “contrary to law,” were asked 
alarm in the Department of the im behalf of: 
Army.” Aaron H. Coleman of New 
The fired gmployes charged York, chief target of McCarthy 
that they were denied the rightin the Fort Monmouth hear-’ 
to confront and cross-examine ings, and the only employe 
heir accusers, were saddled called in public hearing. Cole 
3 e:  &. ith “guilt-D y-association” man, a Marine Corps veteran, | 
| oe ag . types of charges, faced im- had been chief of the Systems) 
; | proper inquiry into their “po- Section of the Radar Branch 
litical beliefs and opinions,” at Fort Monmouth until the 
were given “vague and indefi-Army, in 1952, revoked his 
nite” charges, and denied other 


Official 


: 


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Associated Press 


when for persons who were doin tiated the findings made in 
the 2! the light cases. 


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LO Aw A A A 
Lewis & Thos. Saltz 


These are the authentic 


It was Dulles, however, who |for function, not national sig- 
provided Gaitskell with the inificance. “I think it’s turned 
key phrase when the Secre- out very happily,” he declared. 
tary told his Washington press Kieb, Post Office Solicitor, 
conference the United States | abe M. Goff and a handful of| 
will not attempt to “shoot its 
way” through the Canal over |before the Senate Post Office 
Nasser’s objections. Gaitskell |ang Civil Service Committee! 


asked Eden. to pledge that ito explain how all the new/ment with 25 pages of prepared) — , to. 
ordered under text, “before and after” pho- widely - publicizec charges at 
equal” tographs and fan mail declar-\the time, the suits noted, “no 


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its way through. It was at this |“cherwin-Williams or 


Kieb Goff 
«+. witnesses in paint probe 


Department officials appeared workers, not people outside the ployes 


Governmnt. 


constitutional rights. 
Secret Court ; 
| Furthermore, the eight em- 


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and condemned by se 


they were 


Kieb defended the Depart-\secret court...” 


In contrast 


to McCarthy's 


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inon-sensitive work. 

Harold Ducore, of Long 
Branch, N. J.. who had been 
chief of the Radar Equipment 
Section. 

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Washington Scene e «  e By George Dixon 


Down on the Farm 


GETTYSBURG, 
narily I do not spend too 
much time with Ike and 
— in the country, being 

ore a sea- 
shore fellow. 
But I went 
bucolic with 
them the 
other day, 
and I am glad 
I did so, be- 
cause now I 
can nail a lie 
the Demo 
crats have 
been spread- 
ing. After 
walking all 
over the Ejisenhowers’ 189- 
acre farm, I know it just can- 
not be true that the farmer 
is not prosperous. 

The Eisenhowers are gre- 
garious folks, so they didn't 
have me here alone. They 
had a good 500 others. But 
there was about a half acre 
for each of us, so we had 
plenty of room for grazing. 

Virtually all the big names 
of the Republican Party were 
here because it was the 1956 
campaign kickoff rally. Presi- 
dent Eisenhower urged them 
to campaign with a grin, and 
Vice President Nixon ex- 
horted them to ring doorbells. 


I'M CONCERNED about all 
this exhortation by the Re- 
publicans and Democrats to 
ring doorbells. I used to ring 
doorbells, too. But I also 
learned to run like the devil 
after doing so. 


Pa.—Ordl- 


Dixon 


The Eisenhowers put on a 
buffet supper of fried chicken, 
baked beans and cold cuts. 
The feeding started in a tent 
the size of the big top, but 
it spread. Soon some of the 
best-known personages there 
were munching as far~ afield 
as the back forty. 

This was my day to deplore, 
and I deplored the peripatetic 
feeding, too. With the Presi- 
dent and the First Lady set- 
ting the style, and such well- 
heeled gents as the Secretary 
of the Treasury and the Sec- 
retary of Commerce buffeting 
over hill and dale, I am 
afraid we are doomed to be- 
come a nation of walk-around 
eaters. 

I saw Admiral Strauss 
chewing his way across the 
pasture, and Secretary of the 
Interior Fred Seaton brows- 
ing in the barnyard. The for- 
mer insisted the only thing 
he intended to blow up was 
himself, and the. latter said 
he had eaten so much he was 
too tired to keep count of 
the whooping cranes. 


NATURALLY, there was a 
lot of talk of the Democratic 
victory in Maine, but every- 
body said it could be coun- 
tered by grinning and. door- 
bell ringing. This led a Demo- 
cratic spy in the crowd to 
mutter that the GOP cam- 
paign song should be: 

“Let a smile be your um- 
brella on a Maine, Mainey 
dey.” 

Just back of the corn crib 
> 


I ran into Jouett Shouse, who 
used to be Democratic Na- 
tional chairman. I told him 
I supposed he was doing un- 
dercover work, but he said 
he was a Democrat-for-Eisen- 
hower. With him and Mrs. 
Shouse was Princess Kot- 
choubzy de England Beau- 
harnais, of Paris, a French- 
woman, with one of the oldest 
Russian titles, who lives in 
England. But she wasn't spy- 
ing either. She said she was 
thinking of starting a 
“Frenchwom en-for-Eisen- 
hower” movement. 

The President took us for a 
walk around the old home- 
stead and when we came to 
a place in deep pasture he 
halted us and said dramati- 
cally, “There are quail in 
there!” I looked, but couldn't 
see a single girl. 

The 48 GOP state chairmen 
were here. Each one of them 
has given the President a tree. 
They have been planted in an 
avenue leading from the road. 
But there were only 47 trees 
standing when we left. The 


press bus got one of them. | 


Somebody insisted it was the 
Missouri tree, but this 
sounded too Truman to be 
true. 

The proceedings were a 
little late in getting started, 
due to the tardy arrival of 
some political refugees from 
Maine. But it was a great 
eye-opener. Those complain- 
ing farmers must be crazy. 


Peatures Syndicate. ine. 


These Days 


Behind the Olympics 


TWO FACTS are being 
made clear by the Olympics 
and the various sports events 
which are taking place in 
many coun- : Chk, 
tries. r 

One is that 
the Russians 
believe that 
every Russian 
who goes to 
any country 
for. whatever 

u en- 
oys the right 
of extra-erri- 
toriality which 
is usually Sokolsky 

ted only to government 
preeentatives. The incident 
of the female discus thrower 
who was arrested in London 
ie a case in point but there 
have been many examples in 
the United States, particu- 
larly the insistence on the 
part of Russian officials that 
they may bring pressure on 
Americans of Russian origin 
or upon refugees as though 
they were actually living in 
Russia 


As the record develops, it 
becomes clear that Russian 
diplomats and foreign officials 
do not recognize iocal law as 
applying Russians. This 
female discus thrower shov- 


lifted only about $4.68 worth, | 


ut it became a great issue 
because the Russian govern- 
ment could not permit a Rus- 
sian citizen to be governed 
by British law in England. . 

The second pattern that is 
becoming clear is that there 


is no such sg apy 4 as ama- 


the Soviet 


By George Sokolsky 


V. Grombach, member of the 
1956 U. S&S. Olympic Games 
Committee, and I came across 
this quotation from Baron de 


| Coubertin, the founder of the 


modern Olympics, which runs 
counter to the Soviet concep- 
tion of sport: 

“The important thing in the 
Olympic games is not to win, 


' but to take part, the impor- 
tant thing in life is not the 


triumph but the struggle, the 
essential thing is not to have 
conquered but to have fought 
well.” 

The original Olympic games 
were associated with  reli- 
gious and ethical concepts. 


THE ESSENCE of the 
Olympics is universalism and 
therefore amateurism. It is 
an advertising stunt. It is not 
designed for nationalistic 
propaganda. If an event is 


won, it is won by a man or 
a woman, not by a nation, 
Since the founding of the 
modern Olympics, amateur- 
ism has not only prevailed 
but has been insisted upon. 


The marathon, which is the |umion labor in a contract. Fur-| 
most dramatic event in all thermore, he said, Post Office over to the Justice Department —_ 
sports, a race of more than |painting has traditionally been —already reported to be look- ~~ 


26 miles, commemorating the 
heroic feat of Pheidippides, is 
a reminder that glory comes 
not only “to those who are 
y Seppass but also to those who 

e. 

This year’s Olympics at 
Australia bring this event to 
a new continent and to a world 
far distant 
Greece. The very selection of 


| specifications. 


Kieb denied favoring Sher- 


|win-Williams paint over others. 
\“The use of the brand name 
was solely for the purpose of 
defining quality,” he said. 

However, William P. Stone, 
East Coast automotive sales 
manager for the Andrew 
‘Brown Paint Co. testified 
otherwise. 


Stone described Sherwin- 


Williams as the “General Mo-' 


tors of the paint industry. . 
They have approximately as 
many first class stores as there 
are postoffices. And they 
have the bulk of the Post Of. 
fice garage and collection box 
business.” 

He said he interviewed four 
postmasters in tRe Washing- 
ton area to find out what red, 
white and blue paint they were 
buying. 
that since they had no method 
of testing other brands to see 
if they met the Department's 
“or. equal” specification, they 
iplayed it safe and - bought 
Sherwin-Williams. The fourth, 
according to Stone, bought a 
icomparable brand for $1 less 
per gallon. 

Stone estimated the Depart- 


‘ment could have saved $150,000. 


Nationwide by looking beyond 


‘Sherwin-Williams to dab red, 


white and blue on its trucks 
‘and letter boxes. 
| He also testified that when 
the Post Office amended its 
October, 1955, order to permit 
‘use of two other paint brands. 
the other two brands were re- 
ported out of stock by local 
dealers. 

Another witness, Bryce P. 
|Holcomb of the AFL-CIO Paint- 


ers’ Union, criticized the De-| 


partment for having its red, 
white and blue brushed in by 
Post Office custodial workers, 
instead of union men. He 
termed the quality of workman. 
ship “disgraceful” and said 


triad. 

| Holcombe further accused 
the Department of shutting out'Government agen 
200 Detroit painting contractors until the source of the alleged Morning. 
with union agreemnts to give leak has been exposed, Wil- from about $9.50 a share to 


' 


a $17,000 order for letter box 


plant which did not employ 
union men. 

Assistant Postmaster Genera] 
Kieb said the law forbids the 
Department from specifying 


done by civil service custodial 


| 


.old olive drab boxes cost 70 Cole vs. Young Case 


Three of them said 


Old Glory's colors had been line fly the big-revenue route money on his purchase. 
“misused” by placing red, in-\between New York and Miami.| 
stead of blue, on top of the The CAB did not announce its shares traded shot up from its 


painting to a steel processing tigations Subcommittee to con- 


ing: “Honestly, the red, white individual employed at Ft 
and blue truck looked like Monmouth at the time of the 
Uncle Sam himself coming hearings was indicted or tried 
down the street.” for espionage or subversion.” 
Kieb said no less than 27) The eight suits were filed by 
ipaint companies have been/the firm of Arnold, Fortas and 
successful bidders in supplying|Porter which twice before—in 
red, white and blue. He was the Dorothy Bailey and Dr 
fuzzy, however, on which pro-John P. Peters cases—has un- 
portion of the contracts went successfully sought to get the 
to Sherwin-Williams and which Supreme Court to rule on the 
to the other 26. face our accuser” issue in 
Kieb said reports that the loyalty-security cases. 


Institute of Technology, Har- 
vard University and other insti-| 
tutions. 

Edward Brody, of Brooklyn, 
N. Y., a physicist, and Navy| 
veteran, who was working on) 
unclassified research at the’ 
time of his ouster. | 

Melvin Morris, of Little! 
Silver, N. J... a physicist, | 
specializing on sonic equipment! 
for harbor defense. 

Carl Greenblum, of Red 
Bank, N. J., an electrical engi- 
neer, who was first cleared by 
a hearing board but then ruled 
a risk by the Security Review. 
Board. 

Herman P. Schoenwetter, of| 
Farmingdale, N. J., a printing! 


cents-to paint were misleading . 

since that price included only| Last June, in the Cole vs 

the brush wielding time of one/ Young test case, the Supreme 

coat. Court did hold that the Eisen~ 
Outside of the hearing, ahower Administration's se- 

Post Office spokesman ex- curity program was improperly 

plained yesterday that the Dis- extended to “non-sensitive 


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to purchase $230 of Sherwin-| The high court struck down 
Williams paint without com-the security dismissal of Ken- 
petitive bidding after Hubert drick M. Cole as a Food and 
C. Cooper, foreman of the loca] Drug inspector for the Depart- 
custodian stockroom, found it;ment of Health, Education and 
the lowest-priced red, white| Welfare. | 
and blue paint available. | As a result, the cutaantsiaed 


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Williams Says 3 on Hill 
Profited by CAB Leak 


Associated Press 
| Sen. John L. Williams (R- ee eae Rew 
“ anded to McClellan. 

Del.) yeueresy waroed “strens Williams said both CAB and/' 
suspicion” that three Capitol the Securities and Exchange | 
Hill employes shared in stock Commissio “have confirmed 
profits from a leak of inside ~— suspic wh = gn ae 
: 4) trading in the airlines stoc 
intopmation . rom Ge Ce resulted from a leak of the 
‘Aeronautics Bo§grd. [CAB decision. 

Williams declined to identify, The CAB announced Wednes- 
them publicly. Their names, day that one of its attorneys, 
he said, are on a list of those Albert H. Ruppar, was among 
who plunged into the market to those buying the stock on Aug. 
buy Northeast Airlines stock on'3. Ruppar, who since has re 
Aug. 3, a day after the CAB signed, said he had no inside 
had voted secretely to let the information and actually lost 


“? 


One gs 


: 


he has 


Williams said the number of 


decision publicly until Aug. 10.|usual level of about 400 shares 

Declaring “the integrity of a on Aug. 2 to more than 20,000 
is at stake” Shares traded the following 
The price jumped 


liams asked the Senate Inves-,about $12.50. 


HOSE by 


duct a full scale inquiry. 
Chairman John L. McClellan 
(D-Ark.) said he has ordered # 
‘staff investigators to start a d 
preliminary study of the case. GRR PESFr 


a 


- 
ro 


Williams said he is turning 


ins into the case—a copy of 


‘Special Purchase 


: 
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' 


from ancient 


Australia establishes the fun- 


damental principle of univer- 
salism. We shal 


observe how | 


well the principle of amateur- | 


ism is preserved. 


Features Syndicate. Ine. 


Use of Faulty 


CA6 Parts 


nder Investigation 


Associated 
The Government yesterday; 
announced an investigation of 


the use of faulty parts for war- 


‘weary C46 airplanes modified) bee 
‘overseas for commerciad use. 


The Civil Aeronautics Board 
(CAB) said such “nonconform- 
ing” parts “are appearing in 
increasing quantities owing to 


CAB said the Riddle C46 
n decommissioned 


“abandoned” in the 
desert. 


_ 


Press ; 
two pilots aboard were 


had 

by the 
United States Air Force and 
tian 


added _ that 


: 


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Life 


Butler, Mahoney 
Agree to Debate 


SATURDAY, SEP 


TEMBER 15, 1956 


Is Approved by 


On Vote Record 


GOP Senator's 
Challenge Met 
By Opponent; No 
Meeting Date Set 


By Shirley Elder 
Stall Acporter 


Davis Sets Date 
School Probe 
Hearing Due 


W ednesday 
i caeet - SEI 


Sen. John Marshall Butler 
| (R-Md.) yesterday challenged 
his Democratic opponent 
George P. Mahoney, to a pub-| 
lic debate on Butler’s Senate 
voting record. Mahoney im-| 
mediately accepted. 

Butler issued the invitation 


Rep. James C. Davis (D-Ga 
said yesterday he had set con- 
gressional hearings on the ef- 
fects of integration on Wash 
ington schools for 10 a m 


Wednesday. from Cumberland, Md., as he 

Davis, who heads a Dist wound up a five-day tour of! 
subcom mittee investigaing wectern Maryland and headed 
schools and delinque*icy here back to his headquarters in’ 
plans to fly here from Georg!4 partimore 
today. He told reporters he is will-’ 

“I'm coming up to outline ing to have a “full and open dis- 
our program and decide on OUT cussion with Mr. Mahoney .. .! 
witnesses,” he said wheN'of any and ail votes I have cast. 
reached in Decatur, Ga. Davis'in the Senate.” He said he be-' 
said that since Congress ad-lieves the people of Maryland| 
journed, he had kept in con-| are entitled to hear the “philos- 


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While his lady is in the hospital with their tenth child ( a 
boy), Army Col. Louis Mendes has taken over full command 
of running the household at 1319 Stoneybrae dr., Falls 
Church. This is dinner time above and the first of many 


The Colonel Takes Comma 


Prince Geo 
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rges 


County Board 
Will Share Cost 


Of Right-of-Way 
For Memorial Road 


By Laurence Sterna | 
Staff Reporter : 


Prince Georges County ) 
Commissioners voted yester- 
day to underwrite haif of a 
$2 million land buying pro- 
gram for a seven mile sec- 
ition of the George Washing- 
ton Memorial Parkway. 

The Prince Georges link of 
the parkway will extend from 
the District line to Fort Wash- 
‘ington, located across the Po 
tomac from Mt. Vernon. 
| Montgomery and Fairfax 
‘County have already agreed 
'to split land purchase costs 
ifor their share of the $50 mili- 
[lion Federal parkway on a 50- 
50 basis. Congress, in approv- 
ling the project, required par- 
iticiptation by local govern- 
iments in iand acquisition 
costs. 

John Nolen Jr. director of) 
ithe National Capital Planning) 
Commission, said actual con- 
struction on the express route) 
will be under way next year) 
on both sides of the Potomac in 


Montgomery and Fairfax Coun-) 
tine | Shown between A and B. 


A start on the Prince, ©*!sting parkway ts In heavy 
Georges leg is expected by| Mme; proposed sections are in 
1959, Nolen said. | dotted lines. 


The dual lane ay 


Commissioners yesterday 
agreed te spend $1 million te 
purchase land for a 7-mile 
stretch of the George Wash- 
ington Memorial Parkway, 


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By Charies Del Vecchio. Staff Photocrapher 


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hungry mouths to be fed belongs to yearold Richard. 
Others are (from left around table) Christopher, 6; Chris 
tina, 9; Gregory, 4; Jonathan, 2; Pamela, 14 (helping out 
with serving); Judy, 13; Celeste, 7, and Louis, 12. 


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Gerber of Memphis. honey agreed without hesita 
ards. achievements and meth-| In fact, Mahoney said, “about 
much of this was broken down)face-to-face with Sen. Butler 
ords according to race. ithe proposal and assumed But- 
sioners, said he wunderstood|standing invitation now,” Ma- 
however. him.” 
bers, Rep. Joel T. Broyhill (R-\ord in the Senate, particularly To Improve 
Williams (D-Miss), plan to at- oil bills. Butler's 1950 campaign 
Judges of the new Domestic 
(R-Neb.) said they'd be cam- into Mahoney's line of fire. v = 
i ays 
Also Will Seek y selves yesterday and ruled that 
. ington he «new nothing of the 
School Race Data 
Earlier yesterday, RS The Government set up yes-t reconcile feuding husbands 
branch of the National Associa Texas ‘five percenter’,” Jack ing improved hospital ‘ye at Placed the Court solidly in sup- 
Tete ' | In announcing the move, on attempts once a suit has 
House sudDcommittee has asked Republican said Adlai Stev- . 
> nani | » . severe criticism by District law- 
Eugene Davidson made the centers?” Mahoney said Stev-“do not need such expensive : — y Dis - 
he anticipates will be a “seurri-/FeP!y to Butler, but added: 
ing juvenile delinquency in the Committeeman from the State! “If some sections of general wives together before divorce 
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» mimeceraphed document head-|™masters, informing them that and operated specifically to efforts would be futile. 
School Subjects in June, 1956.” suggested that this cost could | 
perintendent of Junior and Se./fve Percert of a postmaster’s duced substantially.” pee ea eae eg Mh 
perintendent of senior high contributed $5000 to Sen. But- |e Mortday. 
itendance at pre-trial hearin 
scribed by Davidson were sent : 
ceive similar contributions for their meals or doing light! Pafleres 06. Geet bh denen: 
“flat” policy of the Board of 
pipeline from Texas and disa-| “Since payroll is the major 
A “Committee Against De- | | 
Butler’s headquarters said he 5°™ added, “any step to reducelever, the “cooling off” clause, 
civic groups 
ing attendance for a mass Pro-| Butler, whose 1950°campaign of Johns Hopkins Hospital,|‘rial on the Court calendar. 
at 3:30 p. m. at the Metropoli' tactics by the Senate Privileges Hospital Facilities and Serv-|Uncontested divorce cases will 
campaign funds raised in'snecial assistant to Folsom for|*#at the action is uncontested. 
T . 7. : 
U.S. Polio Cases | etair 
“A Senator represents his recommendations could be put/Ciliation rule. This authorizes 
nothing wrong with accepting ynits as “pilot plants.” ‘a husband and wife before a 
polio cases last week, compared — yt ly 
it r. Nelson are: : 
ae E. Brown, University of| Under this rule, both parties 
weekly decline. Todav’s Chuckle ‘Chicago; Dr. Robert Elman,/™USt submit in writing a re- 
Sept. 8, compared to 18,198 in this time.” Montclair, N. J.; Ruth Sleeper, | Would have been authorized to 
the similar 1955 span, it began’ Husband: “Well, Joe asked Massachusetts General Hospi- 
to appear this year’s cases may me to stop by and have a drink, tal, Boston, and Marion J. 


stant telephone contact with his|ophy underlying” his votes: 
chief investigator, William E Reached in Baltimore, Ma- 
Hée said Gerber had a mass'tion to a meeting with his Re- 
of detail on education stand-| publican rival 
ods in local schools. But Davisitwo weeks ago, I readily ac- 
said he was not certain howicepted an invitation to appear 
on a racial basis. District schooljon a (radio) panel.” He said 
supervisors no longer keep rec-jhe heard nothing more about 
Robert E. McLaughlin, presi-|ler had declined the invitation. 
dent of the Board of Commis-| “If he will accept this long- 
school staffs had compiled such honey said, “I look forward! 
material for the committee,' with great interest to meeting Grou Set Up 
Besides Davis, three other) Mahoney has been sharply’ P 
southern subcommittee mem-'critical of Butler's voting rec- 
Va.), Rep. Woodrow W. Jones attacking the Senator’s votes on 
(D-N. C.) and Rep. John Bell the natural gas and tidelands Hospital Care 
tend hearings. Reps. DeWitt tactics against Democrat Mil-| 
Hyde (R-Md.) and A. L. Miller lard E. Tydings have also come} Federal Committee 
paigning at the time of-the' Butler's campaign manager, |Relations Court reversed Ciem- 
hearings. Robert Pritchard, said in Wash-' 
For Decreasing Costs they, and not divorce lawyers, 
earlier invitation to debate will decide when it is possible 
A ‘ mention by Mal Associated Press - | 
To Hill, Saye NAACP | Garter veterdae 
., accused Butler of maintaining terday an advisory committee and wives in divorce cases. 
The head of the District «, very definite link with this to develop methods ofeprovid-| Their decision once again 
ion for the Advancement of Col- Porter. ns “ ce 
: 4 p Haren said last nicht a| . Mahoney referred to Butler’s lower cost. port of “mandatory” reconcilia 
ore : ae = statement Thursday night when 
' : he been filed in a divorce case. 
for and is getting data on school ' Secretary of Welfare Marion 
' enson “save he is for the peo | Earlier this week, followin 
failures by race. ple. Does he mean five per-B. Folsom said some patients g 
statement at a meeting called to yers, the 
Scliinise a protest acainst what ©™S0n himself could handle & equipment or services” as Most the 
ze Hospitals now provide for all agree@ at that time that at- 
lous” attack on Negroes by the It wilt ne recalled that Jack tients, ‘tempts to bring husbands and 
House subcommittee investigat- Porter, Republican National, Patients. 
ed trials would be bypassed if 
District. of Texas, was caught Writing) hospitals could be designed’their attorneys showed such 
Davidson showed those present letters to some 250 Texas post- 
ed “Distribution of Failures by the cost of processing a Federal] S€Tve persons who have only Court Opens Monday 
Race in Junior and Senior High #?Pointment is high. Mr. Porter) limited needs,” Folsom said, The. judges’ decision to re- 
* =the ea uld'“the cost of hospital care for'turn to the mandatory pre-trial 
The one-page paper was marked "© Met Dv Way OF & CAMpaigni nese patients could be re-jrule came at a meeting at 
for return to the Assistant Su- contribution’ which he fixed at 
nior High Schools by Sept. 14. annual sa'‘ary.” He said the Committee to overn er oe 
Carl F. Hansen, assistant su- This sare Jack Porter... would consider, for example 
agg ea ; oe ‘developing hospital units in, Under the final draft of rules 
—— Belpre at home _ wtebgee ee sags — which patients did more things|the Court may compel the at- 
night said the questionnaires de- He said there’s “every rea- for themselves, such as going! 
son” to believe Butler will re- of both the husband and wife 
out by the school superintend- S to a cafeteria or dining room 4nd ail other interested parties. 
Cns®  Gitice, contrary te the from Porter this year. h keeping in their rooms.|ciliation means the case will 
: “Or ousekeeping in 
en against keeping rec- Or, will he cut the financial - placed on the calendar for 
ords by race. ‘ . sane idivorce trial. 
; vow the ‘five percenter?” Ma-¢,-tor in hospital costs,” Fol- 
famation” was formed by the honey asked. : FR ag PE ee 0 gone ay Pre 
representatives of church ew will stand on a statement given| unnecessary but expensive per-}which requires that 90 days 
present at /ast\ -enorters Saturday when he/sonal services could be impor-|Sall have elapsed from the 
night's ‘meeting. The Commit- said he would “welcome” out- tant.” jtime a divorce complaint is 
tee set itself the task of recruit-\ of state contributions.” | Dr. Russell Nelson, director filed to the time it is set for 
test meeting against the subway investigated and labelled Baltimore, will be chairman of; This rule would apply only 
committee to be held Sept. 23 as “despicable, back street” ~omg Advisory Committee on to contested cases, however. 
tan Baptist Church, 1225 Rand Elections Subcommittee,|ices The Committee will work|>¢ set for trial after attorneys 
st. nw. said he would rather have all with Dr. Lowell T. Coggeshall,/°T 4 husband and wife stipulate 
Maryland but that “may not be health and medical affairs. | The judges’ final draft also 
possible.” It is planned that the group’s Tetains the “voluntary” recon- 
Decrease by Half state and the United States as into effect in some new or" Judges to hold informal re- 
well,” the Senator said. “I see modified hospitals or hospital Conciliation hearings between 
Zoe. Katee Meted GUS New ecotetate telp wales W isl tesco to odes on tite group divorce action has been formal- 
with 887 in the preceding week given to influence your vote.” ly filed 
It was the second successive 
With a total of 9769 cases ‘Washinton University, St./quest rn ge aged a 
this year from Jan. 1 through! Wife: “Well, what happened Louis; Charles G. Roswell,|* Previous e ges 
fall considerably below half as and I said no. Then he asked Wright, Jennings Memorial 
many as those in 1955. ime why—and there he had me.” Hospital, Detroit. 


husband at such a hearing on 
the mere request of his wife. 


Lacked Authority 


This was changed the 
| Judges decided they lacked the 
jauthority to issue in 


Use of Conelrad Questioned 


Lack of Coordination Criticized 
In Review of Civil Defense Week ear ee 


Civil Defense officials from'need for Conelrad before it de-'radio .officer said short codes spection of persons with legiti- 
Greater Washington met last prives us of commercial radio could be used for many stand./mate interests, including the 
night to discuss principal prob- to reach the public” during an ard messages to cut down on ? Another of the Court’s rules 
lems arising from defense op- attack alert. . \the amount of wordage carried'ses; up the machinery in the 
erations tested during this Na- ‘The value of Conelrad, an during critical periods. ‘Court for the collection of 


tional CD Week and agreed emergency communications sys-| Hal Silvers, CD director for money payable under order of 
lack of coordination was para-|tem, also has been questioned by Prince Georges County, called 


However, once a divorce com- 
plaint has been filed, all Court 


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Reconciliations 


Rule Is Retained 


demand the appearance of a of 


records of the case from that 


express? 
project will parallel 30 miles 
of Potomac shoreline in Mary- 
land and Virginia from Mt. 
Vernon to Great Falls, where a 
future bridge crossing is 
planned. It will also be spanned 
| by the Woodrow Wilson (Jones 
. | Point) and Cabin John Bridges. 
| future connecting links for pro- 
|posed Maryland and Virginia 
circumferential belt routes. | 
The parkway is already com- 
pleted from Mt. Vernon to 
Spout Run south of Chain 


Bridge in Virginia. The Bureau’ Raise Government Pay 
of Public Roads yesterday ad-| 


vertised for bids on a 2% mile "chard O. Read, an Arling- 
extension of the Virginia park- t°2 independent whe says he 
way to Chain Bridge, afavors lower Federal taxes 
NCPC spokesman said. and ‘higher government sal- 
Nolen told the Prinee.. will be on the Novem- 
Georges County Commission- =, othgsees: 
ers the Nationa! Park Service D¢f election ballot as a canal 
will finance construction of the date for Virginia's Tenth Dis 


3d Candidate 
Enters Race 


In Va. Tenth 


Congressional Hopeful 
Would Lower Taxes, 


Insanity Plea 


Is Entered 
By Prevatte 


County Court Refuses 
To Quash Indictment 
In Teacher Slaying 


the Court for maintenance, all. 
mony, child support, care, and 
education. This rule also has 
been criticized because, law- 
yers charge, it would make the | 
new court a “collection agenm-| pity Ray Prevatte yesterday 
cy” in divorce and other cases. baie ity b 

| Adoption proceedings in. the pace not guilty by reason 
inew Court will be conducted of insanity to the murder of a 
under the rules set up in the Maryland Park Junior High 
United States District Court conool teacher 

where, until yesterday, all do- 
mestic relations complaints 
were filed. 


Certificate Rule Dropped 


The insanity] 
plea of the 14 
year-old Pre 
vatte camesz 
after Prince 


an original marriage certificat 

in all complaints involving move by his® 
divorce, family “maintenante, atforneys t o 
annulment of marriage, end dismis® the in- 
‘custody of minor children. This dictment on grounds th 
had been criticized as working Juvenile Court had not w 
a hardship on persons married its jurisdiction in the case. 

in foreign countries and those; Prevatte’s plea also covered 


whose original marriage cer- indi ain att 
tificates have been destroyed. two additional ctme 


| The Court rules also set u 


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Policeman Hit 


By Tossed Bottle 


Postal Inspectors joined 
Metropolitan Police yester- 
day in the search for a 
coke bottle hurler who 
nailed Pvt. George Patrick 
Day Jr. in the stomach 
with a bottle Wednesday 
night as Day was ticketi 
illegally parked cars at 
and G pl. 


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Lares leg in their county, esti-itrict Congressional seat. 
mat at $7.5 million in cost. 
“We'll be making a $1 Read, of 171 N. Columbus gt., 
lion investment and getting gn @@S filed a petition of 
an wee return,” Her the Virginia Board 
. Reichelt told fellow ) 
‘missioners in urging approval nay lag: 
of the expenditure. Matching 
; oe land acquisition funds the 
wil put by the N . 
Prevaiie | Herbert Ww Wellad, of ; 
at the Maryland - National Ga pifal/the total number of 
sived Park and Planning Commis-to three. Republican 
sion, told the commissioners Demt Representative Joel” 
the parkway link will spur de- Broyhill, of 
sirable home development in Warren 
southern Prince Georges Coun- Quenstedt, Fairfax attorney, 
assault with intent to kill two ty. are the other two candidates, 
‘a series of forms which will be teachers who were wounded in| Commission Chairman Jesse) A leafiet circulated by Read 
used in the filing of informa-'the May 4 shooting spree. pokey av rp cageenalh dhe- Ley favors a reduction In Federal 
tion for all cases involving the} 4 Gwynn Bowie and Wilmer ..si0, ae oe taxes, @ 20 per cent increase 
maintenance, custody of chil- ua property adjoining in government salaries, six ad- 
D. Pyles, court-appointed &t the completed parkway site. (ditional Potomac river 
dren, support of a spouse, mar- dark-haired| C ~~ : bridges, 
riage annulment, and divorce. torneys for the x ; Lommii pare” were consid- Federal funds for highway, 
The new Court on Monday youth, said the insanity ering a one cent “sinking fund” utility and school projects 
will face a calendar of new P'** ¥35 based on an examina- levy to pay their share of right- “and anything else.” 
cases only. The United States “°™ by Baltimore psychiatrist of-way costs. They will have to!) The name of Richard 2. 
District Court will continue to 2°: Manfred S. Guttmacher. take final action to appropriate Feldman, who also announced 
process the estimated 1500 to In June a board of State psy- funds for the parkway request. as an independent, will not ap 
2000 domestic relations cases Chiatrie examiners found Pre- Im Montgomery, where 95 pear on the election ballot be- 
now pending before it. vatte legally sane. Bowie said per cent of the parkway route cause he failed to meet the 
Guttmacher, who was engaged has already been acquired, the filing deadline, according to 
) ‘by Pyles, submitted a pny t ae ee to put Up Davis’ office. 
‘eight-page report” on his - an itiona 000 to com-) 
President Meets [sst‘v= » int’ ilete land purchases there 
e ° Pyles, in attacking validity o airfax County officials and 
With Methodists ithe July grand jury indictment the State of Virginia will put! 
| lagainst the youth, pointed out up $250,000 each for extension) 
United Press ‘that under county law juvenile of the parkway from Spout Run 
| President Eisenhower said authorities _— no oe - the enone Central Intel- 
in cases involving a crime for ligence gency rs 
yesterday there can be no en- which an adult can receive the site at ’ : 
during peace in the world with- death penalty. The planning officials added) 
out a “spirit of sacrifice and ~® the —— lawyer con- oa f connecting link between 
, ” tended that in Prevatte’s case t ontgomery and Prince 
ey 4 phage peg the Juvenile Court should have Georges parkway sections) 
7.68 awe ite HOUSe, determined whether such a through the District has been! ° 
rose garden meeting with rep- crime was committed. Pyles tentatively agreed on by‘ the 
resentatives of the World Meth- said -~ was no such finding ie age Maearsigen = ro 7 
against Prevatte. trict highway offic 
sony bg ee peti In rejecting the dismissal link would use existing Dis 
principles Gescribed -otion, Marbury ruled that trict streets, as now planned. ' | 
so vividly in the Sermon onthe grand jury has complete) 1: would enter the District 
the Mount” must play a part power to indict anyone.” ‘at Brookmont along the palli- 
in the search for peace. State’s Attorney Blair H.sades of the Potomac and fol- 
Dr. Harold Roberts, principal Smith attacked the defense ar- low Canal rd. on the inbound 
Richmond College, Surry, guments as “delaying tactics” lane to Whitehurst freeway 
England, and newly elected and accused Pyles of “trying through Georgetown. route 
president of the Council at its to twist and torture” the juve- would continue along Rock 
meeting in North Carolina, told nile statute. k 
the President that religious; Mild-mannered during ar- 
leaders “rejoice in his re-raignment proceedings yester- 
covery.” He praised Mr. Eisen- day, Prevatte arose 
hower’s “fine leadership in the own pleas of “not 
cause of peace,” and told the all three indictments. 


re ste por > 


Regatta Poses Problem 


Park Police Chief Back From Study 
In Bolivia to Face Giant-Sized Task 


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mount among them. other CD officials. Admiral Hart- for “one organized command” | 
Col. W. M. Oates, CD direc- wig said he was “surprised that to handle CD matters for all of Ts 
tor for Northern Virginia,'Conelrad turned out as well as it Greater Washington. He said Vag, Using Planes 


By Alfred E. Lewis ito view the 25th President's'Bolivia than in the District, but 
Stats Reporter ‘Cup. Regatta. : it's not quite as congested.” 
Ten pounds heavier and new-| The Park Police head has| The two traffic experts 


called for “representatives of did. However, it should be bet- this would simplify defense co- 
Oates, Fondahi and Ewing to ter.” ordination.. He also asked for To Tra > eders 
t together more.” Col. John Communications officers in meetings of CD directors in . Pp pe : 
ondahl is District CD diree’area CD jurisdictions com-counties which surround the , 
tor and Shirley Ewing is CD plained that CD headquarters in District. RICHMOND, Sept. 14 
director for Maryland. ‘Montgomery County wasunable| Both 
Col. Oates and several other to contact those in northern 
speakers at a meeting in the Virginia during Operation new 
Washington Gas Light Co. Au- Alert. The two chief problems, V4T04us 
ditorium, 11th 


bly fluent in Spanish, Park Po-heen on loan to the Inte the entire traffic prob 
lice Chief Hafold F. Stewart tional Cooperation Administra-'lem of the country, 

‘returned this week to some tion at the request of the Bo-jing on the cities of La Paz, 
traffic = livian government to study that Coc ) 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, September 15, 1956 seats 


D. C. Told Nation 


the Nation's Capital as this first’ 


United Givers Fund drive gets) 
under way,” James A. Linen,) 


publisher of Time. Magazine,’ 
said here yesterday. ) 
Speaking before 600 area 
business leaders at the kick- 
off of the UGF Business Unit 
yesterday in the Hotel Statler, 
Linen declared: 
; “Your results will have a di- 
rect bearing on the entire fed- 
eration movement. Therefore, 
we count on your success not 
only for the community's sake, 


Prot Lath: Fans 
Geologist, Dies at 81 


Charlies K. Leith, 81, inter-| One of his principal inter- 
cen eS famous | pony me ests was in plans for pé@ace 
w presidents on min- 

' : based on control of minerals. 
— a. oe = In an interview when he was 


with the WPB, he was quoted 
as saying, “Control armaments 


at the source and you can have 
peace. And the English speak-| 
ing people, who now control 
more than 75 per cent of the 
world’s minerals, can do it.” | 
| Professor Leith had written 
some 200 articles in technical 
magazines and 14 books, his 
latest book, of which he was a 
coauthor, was published in 
1943, “World Minerals and/| 
World Peace.” He had lectured’ 
ae 4 — S - — r BROOKS. EDGAR ©. On Wednentay. 
e time of his death, he . r =. & prt War 
was a member of the Business| Gone ih O. BROO 
Advisory Council, a consultant) #2" etandiather of M 
o, roo : brother of M M 
velace. Carl E. Brook 
eandria. Va... & 


Prayer for Today 

Dear Father of mankind. 
uphold the hearts and hands 
of those brave heralds of the 
gospel who represent us and 
thee in the far corners of the 
earth. Help us to back them 
constantly with our prayers 
and gifts and with a way of 
life that will prove the truth 
and power of the Word they 
proclaim. In the name of 
Christ we pray. Amen. 
—Alfred N. Sayres, Lancas- 
ter, Pa., professor of practi- 
cal theology, Theological 
Seminary, Evangelical and 
Reformed Church. 
a vrich? 1996 by the Divison 


nrist) Curation. Nettona’ 
Council of ¢ Churches of Christ 
in the U 


UGF 


or the repose of Ris . 
Columbia's Cemetery. 
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e . 
TRICK. LIL. NY. On ; 
Tis > et powers t 
st =, daughtér of wit 
. ; ive ‘ 
' ia * 


Bhe 


Eyes 


Wisconsin, 
Pref. Leith 
maintained an 
apartment at 
the Sheraton 

» F , Park Hotel 
) | sag : a, since he ca 


PASTURES. ARMANDO 


. Gn Theredag, 
ptember 13 1956. at ae Ver- 
mont ast Arlington. Va. 
ATURZO. beloved husband of 
tur nd father of Peter 


turzo 


here as consult) Pret. Leth 
amt for the AWar Production 
Board in 1940. 
| Born in Trempealeau, Wis., 
the professor entered his ge- 
ological field almost by chance. 
He had to work his way through 
but also in the interests of the ithe University of Wisconsin, 
accelerated federation trend.” | , me: [was assigned to office work in 
Assails Jungle Law | 4 - ithe Department of Geology and 
stayed to become one of the 
Linen is president of the leading experts on world min- 
United Community Funds and 


‘ero! 
Councils of America, Inc. 


oe mal? 4 ; eee 
a . 

* ea a s tik 
= Church. Arlingten. Va. Interment 

- Marys Cemetery. Alexandria, Va. 

s PREIS. MARY M.. of Be st. 

, on Thursdays. September 

F 6 


ooks: father of Charice 
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in the Foreign Minerals Divi-' 
sion of the Atomic Energy 
Commission, and on the Min- 
erals and Metals Advisory' 
Board in the National Research} 
Council of the Nationa] Acad-' 
emy of Science. 

A member of many scientific 


ef ; on. 

the Wheatley Funeral Home. 809 
s Alexandria. Vs... ; 
services wil] be held Saturday 
tember 15. at 11 & mm. interment 
thel Cemetery 


BUGSBEE. HARRIET MAY. Gudd 
Thuredar ember 54 


S48 
2 and ss. of 
ss m. Friends invited. Interment 
Ariinston National Cemetery. 
eniy on 
at 


| At Wisconsin. he took his 
became assistant professor in 


The United Givers Fund “Victery 


John T. Garnett. chairman 


By Vic Cusame=ss. Saf Pooswsgracher 


societies, Professor Leith, was 
a past vice president of the 


American Association for the 
Advancement of Science, past 
president of the Geological So-| 
ciety of America and of the | "ienly. om Briand: beproaner 0 tobe. 
iety of Economie Geolo-| 2836 Allendale piace | 
gists. He held the Penrose! wa toys el gg 5 f 
Medal from both organizations.| {025s Busby of Washington 
His wife, Mary E. Mayers! 
Leith, whom he married in| 


ber 17 


om is : 
Congressiona! 


. 


s. where 
interment eld on - 
2 mn. ter- 
M. On Friday. Gep- 
at Casualty H tal, 
LMON of i347 Mase 
s.. beloved 


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SALMON, GLADYS 
tember } ] ; 


Ler r ] 1956 
GLADYS M. SA 
sechusetts. ave 
Willis 


ny. 
other of Charlies W. Bushs of J 
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in/ : 
om Saterday Septem 


and Jt 

1898, has been il] for the past! oe, Se asd 
three months in Wisconsin| ment Yiousten: Miss. erasing 
General Hospital in Madison, CLark. ateerr c.. was. 
where the Leiths spent their) #.°50c05°?. = & 
summers. He is also survived’ 
by a son, Andrew of Philadel-| 
phia, a vice president of the! 
E. J. Lavino and Co. Philadel. 
phia minerals firm; five grand- 
children and three great-grand-| 
children. | 

Funeral services will be held 
‘today in Madison. 


Chariott 
tem oer 


SANTMYERS, FRED ©. 
13, 1956, 


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Priends may call at the Lee 

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Monday. September 17. at is. ma. 
Interment Ft. Lincoln Cemetery. 


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DO . BLLEN TSARELLA om Turscay 
ptember 11. 1956, ELIE 


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Tompkins of 


Flizabeth Vernon 


ea FP an City 
 , SMITH, ELIZABETH C. On Wedn 
piember 12. 1956. eat Gartield 

rital ELIZABETH C. SMITH 

irarad st ’ the } 
Florence Smith, Mrs Dorothy 
Guethier Edw ord. Ez mith. Jr: 


Saturday 
mass will 
he 


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terment Cedar: Hill Cemetery 


ALTER NEWTON. On Friday, 
et i Geor 


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(part. ‘ 1930. t Prince 
. Interment Mount Olivet Hospital, 
° Hill : ; t 
. beloved husband of Margaret F. 
: ! father of Mrs. Wells Har- 
ed by tee 
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New Hamopshire ave. exte 
5 a. m. Interment Arlington N 
Cemetery. 


ec at 

ations, SPRINGER. COL. DONALD L. 
on Septem der 2. 1996. «@ 

On Thursday. Sep-) ». bellowed husband 


Nesoys. 
roth 


ery Bedford, 
tember 15. at 
HELLMAN. 


st iv sa. @ 
lingten National Cemetery. 
uN F. JR. On Wednesday, 
r 12. 1956 et the Wash ° 


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GERTRUDE ANNE On 
om 1954. 


temporary signs larger than 40 Sore 


of Mrs. Carol Jean Nelson 


uare feet in residential zones 
Also, Gwathmey explained, no 
application had been made for 
the required permit to erect the 


sign. 

Pending airing of the 
stances by the Council and the 
Commissioners, the city will 
make no attempt te have 
sien removed, Gwathmey re 
ported. 


Umpires Play Lacas 


ALtis xz. 


of Livestock, followed by the Wife. Betty Ruth Davis Taylor. 716 Crittenden 


awarding of special prizes. The 


The fair featured the 
weiz™ iz 


the 


heary / 
contest Seid at 4 p. m. Saturday at the kenzie. 


and t¥o daughters, Kit 


‘contributions to the Living 
Memorial Fund of her church. 


’ 
Dr. Frank P. Graves | 
ALBANY, N. Y., Sept. 14 @ | 
Dr. Frank Pierpont Graves,| 
for 19 years State Education 
‘Commissioner, died yesterday 
in St. Peter's Hospital where'| 
‘he had been a patient sizice| 
Monday. ) 
| Dr. 


Graves possessed 43 ™5%.° 


thy Patricia Turner. son 
r eod tre T 
4 o: . = 
tmton. _ oc Ww ea. mm Re'‘atives 
mad friends tmvited Intermens Ar- A: 
ington Nationa! Cemetery ' an 
. EPHINE A. On Pridey.| is a: 3 
14. 1956. at her residence.) {ntermen 
isth st, nw. JOS NE 
ICKEY. daughter of the late John 
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Hickey “Sr 
litnes Punera! Home.| 
dar. : 


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& Rock 

WALDRON. MARY By ANCHE, i 
day. September 14. 1956. at her 

residence. Oatton. Va. MARY 

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‘and mother a 


. Joseph Waldron. 
Sap Jom Waldron. 
Jessie §pielman 


where = 
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acilities). 
Cemetery. 


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Jins Puneral Home. 3621 14th st. r¥./ Palis arch. 
on Monésy. September 17 t 9:30) 
. ‘ - YOUNG, FLOREN A. On Thursday, 
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Maryland State Fair Board. 


Benefit Game Tonight Ma three of four praes a 


The Northern Virginia Um- cattle comtest, Grand Chamovies Uri 


P.. of 9636 Dupary 
| tember 


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Soman’, 9 ua. pw where mam 
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phasized, “will be a resounding 
answer to those who continue business 1902, a year later was made full 
to espouse the jungle law in) intreduced by (from left) James anit, eed Carleton D. campaign (professor and in 1945 he re 
community oe ae publisher of Time macarine: FE. chairman. The rendering was at the open- ‘ured as professor emeritus. 
ne cere man foc Meee preieato UGE (an ath af thse | tng Sn becnems wat eve serdar” lhl 00 wae 
neer” in areawide organization, od +  B o 
he said the arienete, Sdecdtton : —_— Legge te! so oat 4 
step was reached this year in Vi L; M ] the U. S Shinoi War 
the combining of 132 cam- ‘ . a. Bush 4 Jr. Dead: ~'ke ie etio, Industries Beard, and 1919 
elane inte one United Givers 9 5 laccompanied President Wood. 
=i. : RE. ° ° R row Wilson to the Versailles 
“It is a solid expression of etl ouse 
what the people in the Capital Civil Criminal Law ‘eT peace conference. : 
area want,” he said. 2 , |_President Roosevelt appoint- 
“When your 25 business lead- Doorkeeper ed him to the planning com- 
ers put their hands and seals| Thomas Jefferson Busby Jr.'Washincion end Lee Usiver- ed - rect goad cored in 
on tak eae i ear ae 43, Washington attorney in part- “5. Stiended George Wastine yroerse L. Meletio Sr. re of the Minerals Aavery Com- 
culmination of a lot of hope "¢rship with his father, Jef ~g yon, Bom Ay nar — tired doorkeeper of the House Mittee of the Army and Navy 
and struggle. I think it will go Busby, former Representative tiened low Schock He served of Representatives, died Thurs aye Board from 1938 to 
down as an important event IM from Mississip- as a liewtenant im the Navy im Gay at Providence Hospital of ane was consultant in Min- 
your civic history.” ' and th “ieee aa” . erals for the WPB for six years 
Every business concern has pil, was found ® World War Il 2 beart attack. afterwards 
the two-fold responsibility of dead Mr -— came hg. He would have ) 7 
giving its own fair share and “2 whem Ses father 
encouraging its employes to ° came te Congress from the ) 
participate in the campaign, Fourth Mississipsi District VM ° Cl ! 
the magazine publisher said. parently In aéditaon > Bos father. Mx s a or or * M 7 
, 5 + . 
fered a heart Busby is survived by his moth s | 5 
Urges Deduction Plan ttack . a - 
a.lack. : er, the former Joanna Martiz _ ° 
He praised the Chapter Plan, Mr. Busby of New Albany, Miss. and two erve Arm Vv Ocean Citv 
whereby firms agree toconducthad been inj orothers, Charles W.. am attor- 2 / é 
one annual U.G.F. solicitation practice of gen- ney im Jackson. Miss. and Ju- 34 y 
on company time, and urged ¢Tal civil and en M. Busvy. cioe! grologst ears 
giving through payroll deduc- mo ge ey etl, ieee -~ aa fime US 06, Vamuigre Meletio | : | 
tion. “No program that relies Buildine 900 F = pty a a Pw eT netg 1999 he was made deputy Ser- Maj. Albert G. Clark (USA Sarah Hickling Showell. 60. 
on out-of-pocket cash can ever being admitted to the District today at 3 p.m. im Himes famer- grant at Arms im Charge of Ret), 64, who was given a prominent Ocean City (Md) 
get the real amount of money har in 1939. He lived with his al boae. 2901 14th st ow wm ce eB pe mare World War I field commission ng og — daughter of 
needed for a broad program,” parents at 2836 Allendale pl. mw. Burial will be = bis birthplace doorhrepes. e 2 by Gen. John J. Pershing, died od 7 hoy a Bo ted 
he stated. He was a 1935 graduate of Houston, Miss. When the balance of power Thursday in Walter Reed Hos who was the District alienist 
The Business Unit's goal in a from fg ‘© pital. He had been ir ill health for 19 years, died yesterday 
FT? ye Rie See Scere were. changed, and, Mr. 208 &n operation for cancer in, Peninsule General Hospital, 
Pointing to's brett tuture A dvicors Fail Grants by PHS  scius reued shortly there- some eight years ago Bars, Ghowell, whous seiner 
a, “a vm iy - after. He had served for 31 Maj. Clark retired in 1949 wa. Harriet Stone Hickling, | 
Jnite unds nationally iast “ years. after 34 years service. He crew + mee! 
year raised 59 per cent of the Launch Studies | Mr. Meletio ts survived up in Weshtnaten and 4. a daughter of former Gov. Wil-| 
total $340 million collected, oO 1ae on ° : his wife. Lael Baldwin Meletio, 1937 graduate of National Law liam Stone of Pennsylvnia, was 
and will raise 66 per cent this Of Air Pollution =: Cackingten native whom he University. He lived at 505 S aye? John Dale Showell 
year, to serve over 63 millio A dl P marri a6 years ago; three Cherry st_ Falls Church. or. | | 
mT ng naa Unit repeqnent-l al oster : ae Tesearch projects —— © .- zy BBL. When he enlisted in the serv- er potty Bae Bony A, >. Interment Graham Sematary. 
, ! aioe e ‘inte costing 2 t> 17 a ae : ice 41 years ago he was sta- summers in Oce Ci | 
atives were the first to hear The District Commissioners ta] of S318583 will be carried esa, ATiz.. Mrs. Dede n an City. They purry. anuns wey. On Friday Sep-| 
| the UGF “Vic- . : — = Bringhurst, St. Louis. Mo. tiemed at Fort Myer. Later in moved there rmanentiy a) ‘mbtr. 14. 1996. aNwiE May DO 
Aaa stay ye, ae Be Citizens Advisory Council yes-om wumder grants smcecmred 3 Pyneral services will be held World War I overseas action, number of bare ago, winbe! Seicved mother sf Mare. ices” Pie:| 
by E. K. Morris, president of terday postponed a decision om yesterday by the United States Monday at 2-30 p.m. in the Lee he won his commission as lieu- Showell has various business' 
the UGF. the fate of @ S0equsrefect. Service. _ (Pumeral Home, 4th and Massa- tenant. In World War II, he interests. His ancestors were 
‘ . Free . we » =e of the grants, according chusetts ave ne. Burial will be served at Walter Reed as direc- among the city’s founders 
| Labor for Stevenson-Kefauver” to the ammomuncement by Sur-in Cedar Hill Cemetery. tor of Medical Supply. When he| Mrs. Showell was an active 
Robert G. Downer sign on the new Philip Murray emg Dr. Leroy E. Bur- |was transferred to Puerto member of St. Paul’s By-The-| mber 17. at 9-30 6. ms. oo 
-, Building, 1126 16th st. nw. ney, ace new projects cost lohn S$ lor ‘Rico In 1945, the hospital gave Sea Episcopal Church in Ocean’ sd a 
Menert George sovesr, his The Council deferred to a re ™S * ital of S177 5. The ae Tay ‘him a citation for outstanding City, a choir member and past! neral 
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retired House Office Building » Sram Snerwaes Sor the Galen aher six, worse Si41003, are DANVILLE, Va. Sept. 14 @ performance of duties. president of the Women’s Aux- EY 
elevator operator, died yester- mr whe Union of Electrical ge omer; ady Underwa¥- tobe S. Taylor, former mem-|_ Ma). Arent ve a iliary. She was a past president, 
Gey & pocumenia at — nome, Radio and Machine Workers, will ge to Dr. John x Phair of *F of the House of Delegates daughter, Mrs. G. Edward Tim- as Cam dee Daa Wom| 
in aa pleaded they were currently oc University of Cincinnati to 2d retired court clerk of Pat- mons, Annandale, Va; two sis- en’s Clubs Association and was. 
AI omen continue the design and organ Tick County, died in a hospital ters' Louise Gallaher, Falls a member of the American Le 
te “ 7 te rae capies wiht national COD ization of a study “te relate bere today at 83. Church, and Helen G. Jackson, gion Auxiliary. | 
 cokadagg ~ang vention in St. Louis. It'll be the imridence, prevalence, and A native of Patrick County. Kensington, and two grand- Besides her husband, she fs) 
town named ‘aken up at the next regular progecsis of Suman crave to Mr. Taylor got his first taste of children. survived by a son, John D. Ill 
hi 4. meeting of the Council two “ PoouUcs = as urben area.” polities when he served on the Funeral services will be held of Ocean City; a daughter. 
a - Stuart Town Council in 1896Monday at 2 p. m. in Fort Mrs. Leroy Bald of Annapolis 
“y ~ ni ag a er : In 1495 he was elected to the Myer Chapel. Burial will be in Md. five grandchildren and a 
mee po B.. The issue arose after unnamed Marlboro Fair egiiature and served two Arlington Cemetery. jnephew. D. Percy Hickling IIL! 
- rrrs. F | +i : 
ho had lived Complainants protested te Ls ‘ ; | Funeral services will be 
ro & a iret censes and Inspections Direrter Closes Today He was appointed clerk of — in St. Pats By-The-Sea. 
farmer, then Z unday at 3:30 p. m. Burial 
Mr. Downer * ‘ 
an. auto parts 
salesman in Orange, Va.. Mr 
Downer came to Washington 
briefly ine1931 as a salesman, 
returned to the farm, and then 
settled here in 1937. 
He owned and operated 
Downer’s Cleaners and Barber 
Shop in the 2100 block of E st. 
nw. with his son, R. Fenton 
Downer, New Herndon, Va. He 
sold the business in 1943, and 
went to the House Office Build- 
ing as an elevator operator 
where he stayed until he re 
tired three years ago. 
Funeral services will be held 
Sunday at 1:30 pm at Me 
morial Baptist Church, 3455 N. 
Glebe rd., Arlington, where he 
had been a deacon. Burial will 
be in Grahm Memorial Ceme- 
tery. 
Mr. Downer celebrated his >eTs of the Arlington county 
S6th wedding anniversary last police force will play a memo 
oe pomae ag Syms ane pen rial baseball game at 8 p. m 
a . he is survived by , male 
two other sons, Robert D., 4814 today in honor of Police Se in| 
N. 22nd rd. Arlington; Bilj Phillip E. Lucas who was killed R | | | Sees end 3 | 
Downer, New York City; two in an auto accident last July. Pahlic elations U nit tian. Spec of . On Th 
daughters, Evelyn Tompkins, There will be mo admission _ U Haigh represented . ' » Bh Mount - Alig 
4777 N. 2ist rd, Arlington: charge to the game at Four Names New Director 9 52"*3.** - 
Elizabeth Vernon, ‘alls Mile Run baseball field, Arling- dor 
Church, and eight grarnd-ton, but any 
children. be given to the Lucas family. “°F? 
~Assoriataenm te 
W. Topping 
The Association ts 
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Gundey—Considesadie cloudiness with ue 
moderate tempersture. Pridars relative 
humidities: Maximum. 89 st 7 a mw; 
Binimun. 


and 
children. The family has re- Columbia before becoming New 
quested that tokens of aye York's commissioner. 


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For Soviets: 
Hearty 
Hellos 
On Tour 


By Eileen Summers 


THE SPOKESMAN for the 
first Soviet Red Cross dele- 
gation to visit this country 
since World War II yester- 
day in Washington expressed 


his appreciation for the 
“warmth” of their welcome 
in America 

Blond, chunky Dr. G. A. 
Miterev, head of the Russian 
Red Cross organization, told 
reporters at American Red 
Cross headquarters he felt 
that the American welcome 
here extended to all the So- 
viet people 

The party of four top Rus- 
sian Red Cross officials in- 
cludes one woman. They 
spent the morning of their 
first day in Washington at 
the White House and at ARC 
national headquarters. They 
lunched at the Soviet Em- 
bassy and in the afternoon 
were given an attic-to-base- 
ment tour of the D. C. chap- 
ter. 


THE RUSSIANS were 
friendly and animated, asked 
innumerable questions about 
the volunteer services they 
saw in action—from counsel- 
ing of servicemen’s families 
to the blood center. 

They were all charm 

Young, handsome Nikolai 
Tchikalenko, chief of the in- 
ternational department of the 
Soviet Red Cross, scored a hit 
with li3yearold Vicky 
Sprague of Washington. 
Vicky. a Junior Red Cross 
volunteer, was preparing 
plasma bottles 

He asked her if she planned 
to be a doctor 

“No.” said Vicky. “a nurse.” 
“We wish you every success.” 
he said, and gave her a court- 
ly bow. 

Daniel Bell, chairman of 
the D. C. chapter, welcomed 
the group and presented to 
each books of the National 
Art Gallery collection and 
on Washington's history. 

The Russian Red Cross of- 
ficials were accompanied on 
their tour by Mrs. G. M. 
Rosse, vicechairman of volun- 
teer services; James T. Nich- 
olson, executive vice presi- 
dent of the American Red 
Cross, and Mrs. Francis Hil- 
debrand, chairman of volun- 
teers for the D. C. chapter. 


THE RUSSIAN party ar- 
rived at .the blood donor 
center at the moment a donor 
was being interviewd by a 
Red Cross aide. “What is 
your occupation?” she asked 
him. “I'm with the Atomic 
Energy Commission,” he an- 
swered 7 

Momentarily, some of the 
Americans looked flustered. 

Before the brief press con- 
ference, the Russians were 
told by an ARC spokesman 
that they would not be ex- 
pected to answer “political” 
questions. 


ENGLISH-SPEAKING, 
blonde young Dr. Marya 
Ushakova, said of course 
she'd like to go shopping for 
clothes in America. “What 
woman wouldn't?” 

And she'd also like to take 
back. something for the 4 
year-old daughter she left 
behind with her engineer 
husband in Moscow. 

Did it feel strange to be 
Outside her native Russia for 
the first timé in her life? 

“No, not very strange,” she 
smiled. “I am finding that 
people are very much the 
same anywhere.” 

Today's program for the 
visiting. Russians includes 
more sightseeing and a tour 
of an Army/hospital at Ft. 
Belvoir. Monday. they'll go 
out to the National Institutes 
of Health at Bethesda. 


Engaged 
MARY ANN BOYD 


—F. N. GETTINGER JR. 
Mrs. Shelton Goode Boyd of 


Clarksville, Va. announces 
the engagement of MHher 
daughter, Mary Ann, to Lt 
Col. Frederic N. Gettinger 
Jr.. USA, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Frederic N. Gettinger 
of Rockville Centre, Long 
Island, N. Y. Miss Boyd was 
graduated from the Rich- 
mond Professional Institute 
of the College of William 
and Mary, and has done grad- 
uate work at the University 
of Virginia. Her fiance is a 
graduate of the Wharton 
School of the University of 
Penn.,ivania and has done 
graduate work at George 
Washington and Columbia 
Universities. 


JACQUELINE HOUCK 
—ROBERT ST. MARTIN 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Houek 


to Midshipman Robert W. St. 
Martin, son of Mrs. E. A. St. 
Martin of Escanaba, Mich. 
Miss Houck is a graduate of 
Notre Dame Academy. Her 
fiance attends the United 


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POTOMAC POTENTATE — Joan Drew 


who'll reign over the twoday President's 
Cup Regatta on the Potomac today and Sun- 
day receives her royal diadem from Adm. 
Arleigh Burke, Chief of Naval Operations. 


Town Topics 


Hotel 


By Norman Driscoll. Staff Photographer 
Her majesty’s escort, Lieut. (j.¢.) Paul Tip- 
pett (left) watches the coronation during 
last night's first Regatta Ball in the Statler 


Regatta Ball Is Launched 


By Marie McNair 


JOAN DREW. darkeyed 
daughter of the U. S. Ambas- 
sador to Bolivia and Mrs. 
Gerald Drew, wore her crown 
with becom- - : 
ing maidenly 
modesty last 
night. Chief 
of Naval Op- 
eration s, 

Adm. Ar- 
leigh Burke, 
placed the 
coronet on 


ball given at es 
th = Sister Mrs. McNair 
for the benefit of the District 
of Columbia's Society for 
Crippled Children, the first 
Regatta Ball to be held in the 
history of the 25 years of the 
President's Cup Regatta. 

Before an assembly of sev- 
eral hundred guests, in the 
Presidential and Congres- 
sional rooms, Joan Drew in 
bouffant white with a train 
of royal purple velvet, heavy 
with rhinesiones and silver 
sequins, was escorted in the 
blare of spotlights by Lt 
(j.g.) Paul Tippe to the stage, 
preceded by Mark Evans in 
purple satin costume as Tr? 
ton, and Eddie Carr, in sea 
green with matching beard, 
as Neptune 

Before the coronation got 
under way. the “strolling 
strings” of the United States 
Air Force were spotlighted 
in the four corners of the 
recom, and then formed an 
honor guard for the queen 
and her eight princesses. 

The Queen's Court was 
every bit as regal as the 
queen. Their gowns were of 
bouffant white with sequin- 
embroidered trains of velvet 
in various colors, and each 
entered on the arm of a 
bachelor member of the 
armed services. 


MANY OF the guests had 
met before at Mr. and Mrs. 
Raymond Wire's buffet din- 
ner—she was chairman of 
the Regatta Ball—at their 
home on Bradley liane. 

Ambassador and Mrs. Drew 
were guests and Chief of 
Naval Operations, Admiral 
Arieigh Burke, handsome in 
Navy white formal mess 
jacket, and Mrs. Burke in a 
black, white and pale-pink 
print, were also there. 

Others -were Maj. Gen. 
Reuben C. Hood, new Com- 
mandant at Bolling Air Force 
Base, and Mrs. Hood: Lt. 
Gen. and Mrs. Charlies P. 
Cabell, United States Treas- 
urer Ivy Baker Priest and 
her husband Roy: and W. T. 
Waggoner Jr. of Fort Worth, 
Tex.. with Mrs. Waggoner, 
whose two boats, Shanty and 
Maverick are entered in the 
twoday power boat meet 
which starts today on the 
Potomac 

Mr. Waggoner’s grand- 
father and Mrs. Wire's father 
were banking partners back 
in Texas 

Others were Mr. and Mrs. 
Miller—they're from Texas, 
too—Luis Machado, Jeff and 
Trudy Davis. Julio and 
Gladys Heurtematte, Mr. and 
Mrs. Edward Baltz—he's 
chairman of the board of the 
President's Cup Regatia As 
sociation; Henry Burroughs, 
general chairman of the Re- 
gatta Association: Edgar 
Morris, chairman of the coro- 
nation committee. Joel Mar- 
golis who directed the pro- 
duction; Jack Logan. Cliff 
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- 
liam Rippard, and Mrs. Pres- 
ton Wire. 


THE PANAMA Ambassa- 
dor and Senora de Vallarino 
were there and aiso tie 
Cuban Ambassador. Miguel 
Angel Campa, and his son- 


Ladies’ Day at Fleet Review 


Navy Chief Forecasts 
Missile Ships for ‘57 


LONG BEACH, Calif. 
Sept. 14 —Secretary of the 
Navy Charles S. Thomas 
said today it is expected “all 
new ships in the 1957 pro- 
gram will be missile ships.” 

Thomas made the state- 
ment at a news conference 
shortly before watching the 
U. S. First Fleet steam by 
in review. 


play of America’s seapower 
since World War II and the 
first such fleet review on the 


the vessel were the 31 fina> 
ists in the “Mrs. U. S. Navy” 
contest and their eniisted- 
men husbands, flown here 
from Navy commands around 
the world. 

The winner will be chosen 
tomorrow night and crowned 


by Secretary 


in-law and daughter; the Min- 
ister-Counselor of the Cuban 
Embassy and Senora de Aux 
Averhoff. 

In addition there were the 
princesses of the queen's 
court and their parents: Mar- 
cla Brown, daughter of Mrs. 
John Ocheltree; Starr Bullis, 
daughter of Cmdr. and Mrs. 
William F. Bullis; Gaye 
Gardner, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Henry A. Gardner 
Jr.. Virlinda Gibson, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James 
McMillan Gibson; Frances 
Snowden Hill, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. 
Hill Jr.; Eleanor McConihe, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
F. Moran McConihe; Alicia 
Meran, whose parents are 
Mr. and Mrs. James O'Don- 
nell Moran, and Ann Thomas, 
daughter of Representative 
and Mrs. Albert Thomas of 
iexas. 


WITH THE ceremonies 
over, Guy Lombardo, winner 
of last year’s regatta with 
Tempo VII, took over with 
his orchestra for dancing. 

Mr. Lombardo sold Tempo 
VII to B. G. Bartley of Pitts- 
burgh, who hopes to beat 
the record this year. 

During the formalities Mr. 
Lombardo returned the Pres- 
ident’s Cup, received a min- 
lature replica in return 

And the crowds cheered 
Polly Bergen, songstress-im- 
personator who followed Mr. 
Lombardo’s act. 


Dancing, Anyone? 
THE AUSTRALIAN Am- 
bassador and Lady Spender’s 
son, John. soon to return to 
Yale, gave a small dance at 
the embassy last night for a 
group of his young friends. 
Sidney’s orchestra played and 
supper was served around 
midnight. 
_ Among the guests were 
Mollie and Cynthia Makins, 
twin daughters of the Brit- 
ish Ambassador and Lady 
Makins: Malu Vicchi, daugh- 


Joan Brownell, daughter of 
the Attorney General and 
Mrs. Herbert Brownell; Mor- 
ris and David Hearne, sons 
of the Ambassador of Ireland 
and Mrs. John J. Hearne: 
Elena Constantinople and 
ber brother, Jack, and 
Charles Dickey. 

Louise Cropley had enter- 
tained at dinner before the 
dance which began at 10-30. 


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Art World Sees Movie Screening 


lery; Elmira Bier, exectuive 
director of the Phillips Gal- 


Others attending the pre- 
view of the movie, which will 
open Sept. 21 at the Play- 

were Indian Ambas- 
sador and Mrs. Mehta, 


Residing Here 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ed- 


CORONATION CONFAB—A throne-side foursome during 
the first Regatta Ball last night in the Statler Hotel were 
(left to right) Mrs. Charles Pearre Cabell, Maj. Gen. Reu- 


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1956 


~ 

By Norman Driscoll Staff Photosraphe 
ben C. Hood, commanding general of Bolling Air Foree 
Base, Mrs. Hood and Roy Priest, husband of Ivy Baker 
Priest, Tredsurer of the United States. 


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Laos Princess Sets Globe-Trotting Record 


By Elizabeth Shelton 


A demure Laotian princess 
who'll be her nation’s first 
woman to circle the globe ex- 
pressed her amazement yes 
terday, at a party at the Em- 
bassy, at the friendliness of 
American women. 

Princess Tiao Somsanith, 
who accompaniec Prince 
Somsanith to the United 
States for his study of police 
and security procedures, al- 
ready is the first Laotian 
woman to cross the Pacific 
Ocean. They plan to return 
by way of the Atlantic. 

“Say that I am impressed 
that all the women are so 
warm and friendly,” Princess 
Somsanith relayed through 
an interpreter. “Everywhere 
I go I am hugged and kissed. 
I didn’t expect that.” 

“I like the United States 
and am happy to see it 
after all I've heard about it,” 
she added. 


WHILE Prince Somsanith, 
who is deputy secretary of 
interior of Laos, is inspect- 
ing police facilities in nearby 
states for the next two weeks, 
she will visit the Embassy 
and enjoy Washington’s dip- 
lomatic social life. Back home 
are seven children. 

The princess is surprised 
that Americans are surprised 
to learn she has so many. 

Her whirlwind trip—one 
day's tour of San Francisco 
and another brief stopover 


RECEIVING honors also ants, Soukan Villaisong and 
Levan Vilaihongs; alse 
Jack K. Ellis, who serves the 
Loatian government as po 
lice adviser in Vientiane, 
Laos. 

They were met on the 
West Coast by Gerald H. 
Miller of LC.A., who attend- 
ed the small party with Mrs. 
Miller. 


in Chicago where the prince 
attended a convention of the at the party was Governor 
international Association of Chao Saykhan of Zhien 
Chiefs of Police—has left lit Khong who has completed an 
t'e time for sightseeing. agricultural tour of the States 
But Princess Somsanith Under the sponsorship of the 
does plan to tell the women L.C.A. and plans to leave Sun- 
of Laos about the tall build- %4y for home. 
ings when she goes back with The prince and princess 
the title of Laos’ first “Lady were accompanied from 
. Magellan.” Laos by two of his assist- 


— —_ 


Prank kell 


§ STREET SHIRLINGTON _ GETHESOA . SILVER SPRING _ CONN AVE, 


sHE- 


Fashion Turns its Profile 
... and it turns out to be some 
of the most Important hat sll- 
houette news of the season. These 
little contours from our col- 
lection wear the flattery of 


feathers. and fur, 


Velour with a fox pom pom. 
' Black, red, cloud white. $8.50 


, Velvet graced with white feathers.” 
Black, navy, grey, beige, blue stone, 


mauve, pink, royal. $6.95 
Jelleff’'s Budget Millinery | 


Residing Here 


Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin | 


Buchbinder are residing in 
Washington following their 
marriage Aug. 25 in the 
Broadway Central Hotel, 
New York City. Mrs. Buch- 
binder is the former Norma 
Edith Swimmer, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. Per- 
low. Buchbinder is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Max Buchbinder 
of New York. The bride is 
presently attending the Dis- 
trict of Columbia Teacher's 
College. The bridegroom is a 
graduate of Brooklyn College 
and attended the North Caro- 
lina Graduate School. He is 
now in the Commission Corps 
of the Public Health Service. 


ENE EETE LOR 


Main Floor F Street and all Jelleff 
Branch Stores but not in all colors a 


NOW! at the 


: Jeliett 


rs 


an ordinary lipstick 
Revion’s fabulous 


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with lipstick refill 


Save 35¢ on every lipstick with Revlon refills— 
_ “Futurama” case goes on forever 
Now Revion gives you the luxury of a Van 
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case complete with lipstick—for the price of : 
a lipstick alone. The case is yours forever 
—all you ever have to buy again are Revion 
click-in lipstick refills. Get this beautiful 
gold-tone “Futurama” case complete with 
“Lanolite,” “Lustrous,” or 
Revion “Living Lipstick” —for just $1.25 in your 
3 choice of 28 fashion shades. 


s—Cosmetics_Ma 
And All Jelleff's Branch 


price of 


only >] 25 


plus Federal tas 


in Floor-—F Street 
Stores 


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Park free first hour at any Downtown Park & Shop 
garage when purchasing $5 or more at Jelleff’s. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
22 Saturday, September 15, 1956 ake 


LOD ‘ 


FLEECY AS A LAMB: Soft and cuddly Lambella fabric 
makes this good-looking subteen coat. It's 100% virgin 
wool sheared fleece, lined with Milium for extra lght- 
weight warmth. And the leather trim—pert little collar 
and buttons—adds an up-to-the-minute touch sure to be 
appreciated by fashion-conscious subteens. Red, biue, 
beige or grey, sizes 8 to 14. Morton's has it, as well as 
other Lambella coats in sizes for tots and girls, some with 
matching slacks. 


a 


Woodward Athan 


Where courtesy er dé aqueelity ere traditions! 


her eyes will glow 
when she sees the 
distinctive styling 


HALO OF 
LIGHT DIAMONDS 


Settings of baguette and round 
cut diamonds. 


Top, Wedding ring, 12 die- 
monds; 14K white gold mount- 


ing. 135.00 


Bottom, Engagement ring, cen- 
ter diamond, 63 points. 375.00 


Please add 10% Feders! tex. 


W&L—Fine Jewelry, Ist Floor 


Geleltafeer 


eyes right on 
the girl in the 


WHITE SHIRT 


2.98 


What a crisp, smart 
way to start the day, 
in @ stunning white 
shirt. Long sleeve, 
French cuff and con- 
vertible collar. 30 to 
34. Horse head cuff 
links, collar pin or 
_ bracelet. 


Each, 1.00° 


Wedding Announcements 


ter. Laurie Arm, te Dr. Jom 
Bronson Lagan, sen of Dx 
and Mirs. John A. Lage. a 
Sept. 8 in Sarescia, Pin. Wes 
Logan is a graduste of Dube 
University. Dr. Lagan serert 
his imternship ané resrtiemrrs 
in imernal medxrre =< Gr 
field Memorial Mognital ent 
i currently assigned a Chet 
of Weficime a2 Wrights 
terson Ar Farce Bex Sogn 
tal, Darton, Gm, @here te 
couple will make ther heme 


MES. fF. BLAND OSE? 

——. BSEZSARS GUres 
Announcement is mafir of 
the marriage of Mira. Pau 
ine Blen@die’? «@f Brantie 
wine, Md. and F. Berm’ 
Germ of la Pista. Be. 
former " ia <« 
schools in OChaties Outs 
on Set Cat St. James 
Catholic Chath Gilt 
Md 


BARBARA ANS BRATS 
—FRANCES 3. WITTE 

Mr. and Mrs. Prefiecrkk& YO 
liam Brean «of Wierd. Fie. 
announce ‘the marriage «f 


Yo art mas ws 
eee Te roe w- 
tor ff Arilingter 


= Ge 
Te cougie will live in Wash- 


Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. Hart- 
ley of Falls-Church, Va... an- 
nounce the marriage of their 
daughter, Ruth Marion, 
Merrill D. Knight. Til, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill D. 
Knight Jr. of Falls Church, 
on Sept. 14 at the Annandale 
Methodist Church. The cou- 
ple will live in Arlington, Va. 
JOAN CHANG 

—EULGENE WONG 

Mr. and Mrs. Y. L. Chang an- 
nounce the marriage of their 
daughter, Joan. to Eugene 
Wong, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Jennings Wong of Forest 


ated from Princeton Univer- 
sity. The couple will live in 
Princeton, N. J.. where Mrs. 


Wong will work for the Edu- | 
cational Bureau. Her husband — 
will attend graduate school | 
at Princeton after one year’s — 
association with the IBM 


For Fall 


Company. 


Engag rl and Winter. 


BARBARA MACKINNON 
—LT. LUDWIG KUTINER 
Mrs. B. A. Mackinnon of Mt. 


Orlon and wool jersey, 
permanently pleated 
with a figure-flattering 
wrap-and-tie blouse 
and « slimming 
graceful skirt. 
Blue, Navy, Red, 
Grey, Beige, and 
Black. Sizes 10-20. 
$29.95 


Bargain Basement Sale On 
All Spring & Summer Stock 


fak of Olney, Md... announces | 
the engagement of her daugh- | 
ter, Barbara, to Ralph Comer 
Carroll, son of Mr. and Mrs. | 
Abe Carroll of Dallas, Tex. 


DOROTHY ROZAMUS 
—JAMES C. PUMPELLY 
Col. Walter J. Rozamus, USA, 
and Mrs. Rozamus announce 
the engegement of their 
daughter, Dorothy Anne, to 
James C. , of 
Col. James . Pumpelily, 
USA, and Mrs. Pumpelly. ’ 


STORE HOURS 9 to 5:30 


OPENING THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 


Suburban living sets the keynote for this new, biggest of all, Wood- 
ward & Lothrop branch stores. Soon you'll be able to drop in anytime 
... with the children . . . with friends, for a brief shopping trip or 
to spend the day. You'll like the pleasant, informal atmosphere, the 
many features that save time for your busy day. You'll enjoy shop- 
ping for your home and family on four floors brimming with quality 
merchandise at Woodies’ well known fair prices. Planned for your 
convenience also, the Center’s 2,500-car parking lot with two direct 
entrances into the store. 


SEVEN CORNERS, VIRGINIA 


The Washington Yost 


Times Herald 


lassified Advertis 


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1956 PAGE 23 


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THE WASHINGTON POST 
AND 


TIMES HERALD 
Local Rates 


Por Waste + 


OFFICIAL NOTICES 5 


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and Potats 
the District 


The one- 4 rate, 60¢ rt line, 
aoplics on skip ads or trr rocaias 
insertions Minimum ad ts two 


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The following rates are for con- 
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DEADLINES: . 
SUNDAY EDITION: 10 PM. Pri- | 


ay 
DAILY EDITIONS: 4:30 PM 
oreceding day 


is posed of ac« ordinse to lew 
Win iI GREENFELD District 
a er visor Sept. 1. & 15 
N is hereDdy given that under 
authority sranted in Pub. Act 307. 
1! $32. eauthorisine 
high - 
and in 
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appr'd Tune 28 and provi- 
sions of Ae Ace ry pane Conerese 


roads 
Cc 


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o aay isabdility fi closing 
ey 


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change in Highway Plan 

tio bounded on west 
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proposed. on Ran by Grover: 


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BUSINESS SERVICE 9 


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4 Hourly 
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,' +4 PLASTERING Ko 


Cc. 
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tUliams Co. 


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lineleum 
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Mrs. Pear) ease s i931 
scrving : mos: 
clientele for ali , a 
447 


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work. George Cook, “Gx es 
PAD iG—small or large 
or re estimate. Cali 
6-1 
int.: spre : 
ummers. RE is ' 
ec ist clase. 
exter. white 
LU 1-4 
terio ex xierior. : 
; reasonable. HU _3-5148 | 


PAPERBANGING—112 and wo ths 

wk. only with 1956 5 sre vam 

. RA. 53-7393. 

sod too “aall : 
> 

NG AND EATING — ‘Rex 

work a ropa h er 

too ai he SOT 

ina ‘and ‘Additi ons 


We are again avall. for ye 
work. Ace Home imp. © 
nn 


prices you can aiford 
chanics Guarentee in er 
Us and ser Pree estimates 
44 oF -7iz7 

and draperies cps- 
tom made os a pee aoe Sofa. 
$15 ‘chair. $10. 


2. 


STANDARD Remod " & Dec 


ters. BT. 3-7600... Br. 


STONE WORK. brie ick & cement | wk 
7. 


cializing in walls and pet ties. 5 
walks, Free cstimateny ‘Cail 


Free 
AD. 4-1908 
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7-083 


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BALLROOM canciones taught pri- 
vately or in groups. men or women. 
y home of yours. JO. 32-5963. 
“CLASSES start Sept. 17-18 
. Gags. eves. Jay Bee Candy 
4924. 


service 


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record owner of Lot parsama KING coals ‘: 


F FLANNERY | CRAIGHILL & 
AIELLO Attores . 
723 15th St. 


NITED it cenget COURT 
bs tor the District of Comme. 


Dc’ &- ~# te the erermens 
of the Ast. of a of May i. 
An Act to Create 

a Bos ra se or the Condemnation of 

Rn A Bulidings in thé Dis- 

trict of Columbia. and for Other 

ded. the mem- 

Board have investi- 


on. 
tary condition as te endanger the 
Geneva New ee ‘or ave of the occupants 
trict ot Columbia. deceased 
eiaims 


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after fifteen days after a ae of 
this Order is affixed to the said 
building or parts thereof. it shall 
unlawful for any person te oc- 

a. at Dy this building. unless within 
5 pend the said period the conditions 
7 which led sy the consommation of 


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or he time within which 
said. building or part thereof may 
be iawfully occupie been 


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strict of Columbus. Clerk of 
obete Court 


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wowane J. Bids. NGs 
new 9 oom Bw. Cary Jr. 


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contractor 
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the i and remodeling. Rooms 


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clossed os See sinks. drains: 
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jent share 


cresses-alterations 
ures. Past service. 


prepa epared 
counseling “EX 


or tre elder and quabulasters 
te Nurse on premises « yh 
wely lawn. porches. ue rm. een 
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to Washington* 
co.or ma 


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ponds ely large room Tor 
lady fine 


ColumbD:a 
8-40:0 


elderly 
meals. 


Ww congenial and refined woman 
to share my farm home 150 mi 
from Washington. I'er 73 and do 
my own bousework. References ex- 
changed. Route 4. Box 8&3. Manas- 


eas 
a3 experience: up and 


delivery: 
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people. 

7 you Re Sieranens and 

even ant Goren Sheol cf Bridge. 
Circle NW. 


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| ARTICLES FOR SALE 
_seers. 9-780 


ori + 2. Mat} 
REFRIGERATORS PLECTRONICS—Rad eo oH 
14 


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"Cation ie eae. Sooty tho Sune 
AUTO SALESMEN 
NEW CARS 


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Reconditioned—Ouaranteed 1 Year ocr 6-24. O ptham 


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( > W PEERLESS SA a NA agp A le 
as in? on S bi e spaper 2237 Gasman Ave DE 2-9568 Grad. tpiy, of Rome. ee i 
RUGS, Persian (5x7): Robey TRAINING in Denate cul- 
| puctased ws ee ture; ai) subjects taught: approved 
_Kashan . 4 r ol srainie , day. eve, ceo 
RUG—i « —— Mohawk Ae a eg. ad AA 
| carpet. Sxtl ft, with pad; 870. gy cTIONs 
ician. 
| eee Nettoss saat Gave rack at ii per ae 
Ade 6. OF. $-1295. beritene: —* 


personally 
Bokhara. 


The whole town’s talking about the remarkable results 
people get from want ads in The Washington Post and 
Times Herald. 


There’s a good reason for this. Want ads: in 
Washingtén’s BIG Newspaper reach 415,000 families 
on Sunday, 382,000 families daily, over 127,000 more 
families daily and Sunday than can be reached through 
any other paper in town. 


were not shut 
initiative and am 
whe want to 


men to 
at are one 
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; 


SCHOOL 


OF 
REAL ESTATE 
METHODS 


1225 G ST. NW. 
SEWING MACHINES 


BRAND NEW. round-bebdbin elec- 


LUSTINE OLDSMOBILE 


64600 Baltimore Avenue 
atteville, 


As a result, more people than ever are using wel My 


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Washington Post and Times Herald want ads. home 


“THE *EROWN CO. | 
827 7TH ST. NW. 
RE 17-5028 + 
SEWING MACHINE—1956 model 
roun bodoin. 
attach 
em mer-o> 
AP. 7- 


BAKER (White) 


Resteter now for Oct. ist 
class. Complete course resi 
estate 
tons 


POST TH 
433,295 


LINAGE GAINS & LOSSES” 


First 8 months, 1956 
compared with same period 1955 


"no pien to teke the REAL 
KER or REAL 
yy 


so'e, good 


XG con 
a S70 oF — otter. 
7.1306 


mstériels are furnish 


Course tocludes: “THE LI- 
CENGING ACT. PRINCIPAL 
and Ser ~~7," RELATION- 
SHI co 


1340 G at. aF 


Youngstown. 879 orig. con. 
fittings: $350. 
| apt. 614 Bast Capitol st 
STERLING StL VES tes 
| servic ; pleces; incl 
le; exquisite pattern 
sep. glass tray. 


STAR jae nae 
—215 4/74 


white and color sets ae cS: 


for cash buyers. PAR. 
ave. BY 


and coffee 
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60.) 


BA 

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DISING ae 

AND ED PROPE 

and other related SAL 

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. thre 
is tare 21. 


on 8 ONL 
includes 
aterials. 


Friday. Sept. 


new; 635. JU) 


TIRE SALE 


ead. Guar Weare 5 pew! 
T 101 


. with ‘tubes. prac. 


PULL TUIT! 
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nearly a half-million lines, while both the Star and 


News lost. 


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on ah 


further information _ eer. 
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8-6440 


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FURN.—Unexpected Army transfer FURN. —Lompi. furn. efic.: 
has forced me to leave the entire ager - 
ery ond x 3-bedrocm, bouse g PUah—Retrie., 
lection o -* 

oe with the OLD —— w= ae 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 
"NK twin beds. blend 8 mos 
waa: 1 never used: Sho 3h. base. 
will sacrifice for $100. JA. 8-6289. 
pute. booth tyre. 

ae 

“ oF. *e dally. 


rom $i ‘alizte in ew oeaitions 
Aring*tes. 


" @xeelent tone 


ance, 


cle 
ft S51) Wilson bind 


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CLERK 
7% te ove Wal WARDLAN. 


IBM 
DESIRES 


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must a. SS be exper 


4 
orchid-rowing |< 66% of it x .. 
dwood; yy 7 come 


oY ~ther- 
fixe — ae oe nies. Good 


os luxe. 36-in 
new. poOk-in oven. 


hite >; 12 mon 
rege PR nelptal 


ae 


wringer — 
> ~ = 


cond 5. 50. GER. permanent ition: 
™ WASHER em aS? ae ee have automobile i 
AND DRYER. Norse 
old: 


sie oa Re Re RirP aARAGER | 


woods. 
eese 1) Aatomatie. hs. SP. 35-7693, | 
bo mont 
© WASHER Late model wriheer troe} Restaurant 
od finish =. sutomatic pump. $35. Li 
opportunity 
wan hd 


ales. mx Wiseere ee Sn ep — 
expertence p 


res working | tial, Excellent opportunity 


| Yancement 4 lary aad b bene 
fits. Call Mise & {Peterson tor 
pointment, ‘4-3705. ie. 


CHINCHILLAS. 
— breecing «& timer. 


of iinese . 410% after medallion chine. must 
7-O707 CUR-| 


nt rec.. 
1956 
58 


— a suis, t00 mat ched 
sports coats, excel. cond. 42 resu- model. 
lar. be —~ 33. meee 3 inches FURN.—FEnti 


sacrifice* 


in 
at@T7UaN—3-pe. living om. durable _ 4 
mohair cad ¢-ng JA 8.2872 RA. 
household. Must be 
Excel cond. Owner ag 
OL. 4-6483 


“pe. set. 
cond. 


service, good s 


FURNITURE—2- oo living room 
cu eat Huila, 940. JO. 8-5915. 


prLPrenERE — Sq cha 
losin 8-009 FURNITURE ‘pti 


ps ones ~old: jearine 


National chatd has 
for a young man. wh 


ae table 
+ > .| edvance the 
wringer 


match 
| eel. cond. $100. JA. Sbete bet 
dixern 7 tee. 
‘ GviNG ‘wc “verre. radio. extras with © unt excel. cond. 845. 
. Gosk lamps. roil- 


seer beds bookcase; good more. 


ye. 
year 


old: a wonderful pet: reas: 
| ee rate ix 5 -6068 


2 Uke sute., ei- 
ous 


a: 
Automatic for 
ers, $25 to $50. 1023 Biedensburs rz} 
ra Li. 4- npets car 


‘ Wests in House: bo Fare. 


_condition,; $100 


WATCHES 


31,00 
BENRUS, BULOVA, 
ELGIN, WALTHAM 
SWISS, WITTNAUER, 

HELBROS, GRUEN, Etc. 


A Umited group: weed of course; 
sokd as t&. only $1.60 


Other Groups of These 
Watches 
Most with expansion bands 
$5, $10, $15 and $20 
These bear our usual = 
new-watch written guerantee.| 4UTO ACCESSORY SALZBMAN 
Not 


all ‘MON 13 all price re 
NO MONEY DOWN | S22site 
EASY. TERMS | 
Credit and discounts to every- 
one, including servicerren and 
Government employes. 
phone. cr mail 
tnors. 


et Se HAP to s dealers + h justor 
rben stores open rosery . 
; santit iduals 


a ceptance gempeny he has’ 
oy 4 
719 Ath Street NW. 


av 
MAY must dis- for i man. : be veteran.) 


J necessery | 
oy — Excelient « chapee for —— 
ge Mo, Dearest Appr’ $003 Minpesore s+ Reed heen. Inc. 


! gsi tes, helpers and mirror mechan 3269 M Street NW, 


Go a JU 


ezce 
pard; reas 73 
tn uboetme 
i ee 
Pamous * MISCELLA I 13\ round job. BANNER GLASS. 
Bet enced nels, or typew 
a r or any guentity or Gan. Brie whe. al or set, 
sion oving 1905 est Virginia ne. LA 


F 
| 


NO MONEY DOWN 
Easy Terms, Free Delivery 


HERE’S WHAT YOU GET’ 


Living Room 
utifal modern sofare rom- 
rable chair “plas 2 Saat 
end tables. matchime coc« tadee 
asd - beautiful decorater 


Bedroom 


, item. 
Our: 


‘ot Gaithersbere en 


30 «6G nw. 


Ate He Hespital, JA. 8-6600 
sciacall APPLIANCE co. Ue aa eek 
PREE PLANNIN 


COED, complies. oi 
Broter La ESS... 


ASST. ROOM CLERK 
Experienced preferred. 

nity for « wgnocmses References 2. 
SHERATON CARLTON | 
HOTEL 


se your own teacher required. 
APPLY 
PERSONNEL DEPT. 


PIANO LOA 
eet: large Larges: selection 
roomy chest 4° 
size bed. 


&ITTCHENS BY 
STIDHAM hh pe <0. 
FREE 
2015 said - 2 ‘= 253, 
EASY. roller 
Maytag oye wether Det 
Jewe! - 
cab. sink 
Fons. ete. Acurs Deal Direct With Pat Regal 


Beavtiful m of 


KITCHEN PLA 
ae doubie- 
eve 


Dinette 
A modern dinette set. 


National Poreitere Gen 
_ NW 
DRAFTSMEN 
(Mechanical) 
cellent opportunities 
cering Services 
tell Gaotoman to" 


Ter 
Pauls Golthart, 
Columbia r¢. pw. AD. 4-5928 «9 


No Finance or Loan PLANO—Sivinway = x 
Companies invoived cel condition. 81575 . 0503 
PIANOS FOR MENT—New and used 


WE CATER TO SERVICEMEN riebis. ¥-- -—-¥- ‘trem 6 


conthiy up). Haul aare._< 


excel cond 


3 metal A = Get Cc 
° You Immediate Credit 
0 a all Approval and Delivery 


JREGAL fete 


jomatle washer. 
; el excellent & Fu Furniture Lo. rinse a AND >, HOUSEHOLD faraivare 
— 


bak = & BRAND-NEW 


“© FURNITURE 
3 ROOMS 


and 
on 


e 
SS ee acy Ave 
ou 1105) 


er 
=~ ne. 
——— By ; 
2 mos. 


_ 


GOING OUT | 
OF BUSINESS | 


BUY BELOW 
WHOLESALE 
Hs 


} Hollyw'd beds. 39-in. 


ee SWANK FURN. 


1315 H ST. NE. . 
LI. 3-8700 


RMS AR 
EASTERN FURN. CO. 


. BE. or 


FURNITURE 


| cents vee with emolore. bene- 


Be Konic: Mr 
FURNITUF Seger ae tr 


_ BRAND- 


3 eo SDA9 PIECES 


KING 9-9110 
H 


‘American Machine & | 


vt +4 
“Baas cht 
ERAT : 


+. 


Designers, Inc. 
LL JA. 7-8600 


7 


‘HE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD) HEU, Mow 
ia a Saturday, September 15, 1956 starsat 


HELP, MEN 
382,000 vs 
Daily | SHERATON CARLTON Site str oe a : pe a 
Circulation Grete 4 -- se PERSONNEL OFFICE | 95 : S ea met — 
| / folder, sewers, strigpine. plate: VARIETY STORE MGR. a tele | Bat 10 eT sh 
means quicker sales results, | is 8D teat -erow OIL BURNER . ore company socks "bxperienaed | ' a Sou eRe sas an " 
for Washington, Fost 20d | WESTERN ELECTRIC | plored” gieck participation pian MECHANIC | haimt store manager Unusual oP-| 1¢ voy gy 21 to 55 have a| 487: wer muse NAT ay 
vertiters. To place your ad “details ROTA 1 history and) car for local calls and want ard & R Sts. NE. 


BALTIMORE, MARYLAND | to be a sales person. Call UN. 


of UG 
| | 40 at u 4-2402 anyday including Sat- BS Glebe 0. “ie 
Phone rR DESK Re yg Ba son, ti ei: ona ve *y pe WASHING MACHINE wiintt.. me-| and between ‘ Lo p ay 


REpublic 7-1234 | HAS VACANCIES FOR ust have Rots SxDSIIPNCS PAINTERS—Brush spray. r- suvomatic. types: salar? open.| 9:30 aad 11:30 for personal’ Bering 
| solar? .| Max Marcus at } r ter Andy +_LA_6-4400,_ 
=" “Box ey SF Dir. Georgia ave. | stance SALESWOMEN Ce te qerereeers 
MECHANICAL | ier Mill 4. Wy * , WATCHMAKER a VE A ee gic t. = | Sari 
us rst class, own tools. 
ply Mr. ren New s Korth M 1. ea. _Bhibe general office werk resident of Sr. "Washington on oF FTiemered Casual fF Ca, 
nced _ we ry? Pert, AND i patwrens— Big class. Apply Be timore, Md., = coms ® te cara over 4360 pat =e ; a 
Drivers and TT es prrenean 3 pe poet Te 5 ere Be ore a= ES 
, og, The ins cao a yy Peto sea. C. EMPL. CHAR an soe.| BP satya heme, fein ecg 
t t Red Oak _* t 
: > piving We atueh eet cf tetas Age 21 ai te ae | rd. righ tf in Gualit plant App ave; “post , Soa ears mt 
GRADUATES igh sradu B Ve left on ‘, y Club Cleaners, i215 wir fstent dietitian s. Bplterms, © ore furni a | 
DRIVER-SALESMAN — (White), Celeurstine @ seieone Pin Oak to Woodside View con bivd. Aflingten, Va, aitresses, wht (10). ‘aan ¢ = 
over 21 Jernigan Cleaners, 3399 ocensary aiacine. porty ty af odd ete \. mecbagiee: 71-0758 r! cpuGaadat wy Sei wee Wan | 
no : eg tS Bere ppp Sd: arte GIRL FRIDAY ea | sh Siaeanrenarie 2 
PLUMBERS . | oreenteation uehe neh : =) rt 7. b) old, ave to rma > 
agehi | Manufacturing and develop." | | Mt, asia "Hr aseaP Ps setae Baty, meaner) Mae a tac FOR NEWSPAPERMAN || fase at rit AE ah zat ust a hae Se 
ment engineering involving Beperee “hnes to. im Gre sod! on A.1- 7200. . 9. , ° acy, ‘york, Thor 
analyses of drawirig and speci-| | lished and new “oun , or PRODUCTION ENGINEER | ; ce Epos t Be e-a ~ fone oo m. ng 


| fications to determine manu- : cess. “Bor personel int 
| preartes facility requirements > 7 Penton st.. Silver Comese ¢ egree not necessary ry: ex YOUNG MAN 


DRY CLEANING MAN | i. ¢., machinery, tools, figs, iB nical ecign ge : Times 4 PARKLAWN 


°o 
molph rd... %» mi. te Randolph: 


| fixtures, conveyors; in plant, needed ‘= ediately. throu ay. if you are @ high schoo! e.perience ‘i Hon 
y cleans ns plant. peast be engineering involved in instal- NEMS SF KE a graduate i | Saas ling (wh C0 gerreer es leemite 
furnish referen | lations of plant facilities such 219 Jessup-Biair Dr. Silver Spring . Me . , 
operation of m stiod of plant ond is | as ‘steam, air, water, power LUMBER SALESMAN sipresser onde wore be experi. 7 you have an pore we > rs. ne panars Os S| Sones ¥ ae 
332 COMM LANE | house equipment and: service) spethaiisi “in maes, © "of footiag.| © Pitas ppg 3% aaa icy carl . Saat aed mesh bien t7ze " SEAMSTRESS 
ROCKVI MD | facilities for machinery and net and aeeet | you want @ career op- ) eet tel. Apply ° 8 . 5038 
processes. Also opening for en either net “ PUBLIC RELATIONS Please w Connecticut ave. 


portunity in an expanding of j con _ 
ELECTRIC motor repair man fully engineer with experience in | — neers: ) Saas ei SHOP , 
Rice att OEM" tas Shes" die casting of aluminum prod-| {ar walled tncome on © Pesce: Se hates Bag) Housewives Part-time | ie ten Fina 
—Hon.__i19 Lt wa ucts, SeMPSON L "UMBER CO. — | NATIONAL TRADE Pee Barn extra m ne your Spitser. 


| 9 wer ¢ 
: ) spare hours 
oe ee ELBoTR IC EeeTRIC 8214 PINEY me 8 tess ASSOCIATION | Visit Our ) pve’. Tut OF 61.63 a hour. Pleasant work. Bo ne 


WAlTRPSMES 


SLATS EMPLOYMENT OFFICE | aan eee etre Peale, Se aiSt ggTemag SOF required: MAYER & CO. 
Oradus reputable electronic ‘Arlington Hospital, im 8-6600 be well sauce THE ans . Modern 
she: Tt Wn 
for ene man: steadr . 
PLAN, SICKNESS BENEFITS, | Gardens. 901 Ph Rone st 


ire 
LIBERAL RELOCATION ; H N ‘LPER Nationwide expansion prosram for an interview et ; EEATORS. = bess fica eee and be bard work 

Elec tronic, Technician ALLOWANCE WHITE—SOB ditions. t : | AD. ¢-oooe ame ct | ia Phone | typi. shorthand. | Genel 
school of equivalent to service and onebdie, willing to travel a nd PEAKE AND POTOMAC) 

| MAINTENANCE PAINTERS — CHESA for Buick « le 
equipment in Topidhy srewins com-| wH | Ras go or fast talk ‘welt ci TELEPHONE COMPANY | & . ’? 
"LOGETRONICS, | NC. | PAID VACATIONS, PENSION | Ord. ie round work in apt prpiect. bonus, and pany 5 pre-| 725 13th Street NW. Di = Sa oe oS poe. must be ac 

. TOL | At. eo 
pply Monday thru Friday 


oe Se 
BNGRS., RE—Mo fees; $0,200 ETC AT NO COST TO | MAN tor Fi sentsstion nationally ‘known, 6-30 A.M. 04-009 7M. 
al EMPLOYEE Sresnbouses. wera mass. ME 6-8951 bet ween goon Interesting work with large 
Temple. Hill. Leia Mr. "Go| mS I aoe ~ Sun- we, , eaperionse wen 


ENGINEERS Ri eae YOUNG MAN | gei.asateaienet ts etd: 


Mr. W. M. Tracey will inter- — in | desks in ce fot 2 y cctive.| 


:, view applicants in Washington! $3) 2ce"™ com acing ~ We want Some | 25 to 30, to learn merchan- 
Design and Layout | on Friday, September 14, from! sslaty eee ey ents ot “Virginia oniy. Call! dizing in furniture business. 
10:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. coeens f pea > are! 4-4000. =") You egy 3 a, erent 
: ? ' Also Saturday, September 15, : RTER — Preferably younger, writing a must am- 
Attractive positions avaitable from 9:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m ecesaary. company h era! ox and servie®) bitious. If you have the de- 
for Engineers experienced in Call M r NA , t . | men assignmen sire to build a future for 
the design and layout, of jet ‘ 2 ore none Brwin Re ML, Gside , cist ace S26 qualifies ations in Orst 
engine components such as\- ©4420, for personal interview.! Co) marie 54. ” @prin = citer. Box M-is4, Post t-H. | yourself this is your op- 
high speed gear boxes, rotors Es contract ertdee ine the the Restaurant Manager fon, eued ri pw i e 
and related components. OR on : fei: heaie Ot 
| Rene 2 me La A 
j i ne m restau ’ 5 .° oe ‘ =. 3622 CA. AVE., T - 

sory | Sind Comsne Reara Te: ue ORR: Rts seeiay Stehg HUB FURNITURE | Ge kitta, aiua pee Bote Samra eg 

. =| mS stv TTH & D STS. NW. INC res , Wisconsin ave., OFFICE ' x 

Mr. John Fogeigren | pings? Goren sche of ridge. | flary Teaulrements. Box 923. Pos - da Ma §-5000._ Sheraton-Park Hotel A : Frag, nurse, 2 oo. a 


5 | MANICURIST 


OL. 4-0180 geraiceee ELECTRIC CO. MEN (2) ROUTE <ALESMEN > and Nyc a cepert | Ron CASHIER 
t ence eiptal. “put my casent wis 

American Research & 2500 BROENING HIGHWAY | Wns nave nad some direct-to-home! ployed. who wish to betief N. Sea ae WRAPPER-INSPECTOR | sey: Par week. no ere 

»*Manufacturing Corp. | BALTIMORE 24, MARYLAND ting. one for neatty Vs 3 are. eo veberemaee: af D fe bs eR Excellent salary. 5-daer 74 


week per-' bal °@ 
and workine condit ; manent position. Liberal employee " rod 
. ee 


eat fraining period Resistrations for full Dallroom| | discount. ' -, Pir 


) . 9) and (5-day : « : ‘ OF 2 §T NY 
4914 Del Ray Avenue Ant : ~# , cance instructors as thos cot 
Bethesda, Maryland ERRceNnse: SSA SS, ob ate He OCK CREEK eon! ALE CO. hose ree (0, those #no) HAHN SHOE STORES | office: S-day weeks 
ca are exD.; perm. pos. JE 6-4008 i sdihninpaiiieialatia a > oes Se ieee fee 3113 14TH ST. NW. SE—Prac 


ENGINEERS, B.S., MS., Ph.D. t, sys a 8601 GEORGIA AVE,, S. $. 


AB a 


E R M A ; Bee oa desire ae MEN ae! oe able, 38 Sat ab : = x Pi 
, A} § - ployee pre preterred;, i Part, case. aft ioe fies, | . . lee 
Electronic Recording Machine Agcounting gducation an enpetionss. Sa of. | with . free insurance. other tate fe” wate STENOGRAPHER = . 


GROUND FLOOR ce lee hat Sse pest ; 
COMPUTER OPPORTUNITIES oe eee ‘= serefts | § PEOPLES. LIFE INS, CO. 


ee are over 25. have & car, resident NATIONAL Room 706. 1343 EH St. NW. DOR 
At all levels at): | | Ba See aghe ee a GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY meee Ea “Ea ‘ea 
GENERAL ELECTRIC'S, "PACES EXECUTIVE | St i Repaseoceal Bag CLERK arate Eom hashish 

pete sel! street e £ epece “ted Wash Lm TT ber yong. + | 


colline wi Dp. m. 
New Industrial Computer Section), ete & ha cae ERAS IBM 


OPENINGS FOR Waike| “MAR TRE. | DESIRES | Sistas at ii eee alate a, 8 


a 


Scientists and Physicists SALESMAN Prete EMPL. SERVICE | CLERK at 5 sens . : OF : oct Pt 
Electronic Engineers ree cigarette , mongtactanee of: pear sm AS6 | = nas 
Mechanical Engineers nen eee unities osuaitted,| ev. sta. att. =a. om. - £8 


Electro-mechanical Engineers Aa . on, ial ike 


. S touch t 


. | n , Pore 
. i echanie ** irre ** Pp b t not 
IN “hs ; hos-| Butcher wre 538 Perea may 
fits. Call Miss R 
| Dolmtment. RE. 7- 


System Development alin , rement. 
ea ee Enchteitsierris: OPEN LETTER TO | 


Sesvo Systems $38 Washe, RETIRED OR INACTIVE 
Semi Conductor Caches ston -TH. | RESERVE OFFICERS CLERK 


Meche se es: $8.0 fn uaa ; OFF re 
nisms and Packaging 6 permanant’ ctles position open onthiy minimum of $400. | 
FOR reaponsivie, as . ea Sa, oltrateat oar ot as 5-day week. 
Digital Computers ® Analog Computers ne 
ne © Process Control 


Application Analysis ® Input/Output Equipment 


NEW ORGANIZATION SECRETARY 


General Electric is consolidating all previous industrial and military 
computer design activity into its new Industriel Computer Section. IBM 


Concurrently, the organization is being expanded many-fold, and a S - Bey 034 Oo : +) ame 
new marketing organization is develop new apolications for mit . . ; roe -—- 
computer techniques throughout te a e ae, ahr 


DESIRES Se | see FE Sefton TACGERTY EMPL. 6 


PRODUCT LINE i 
ERMA is the first data processing system designed to handle the SECRE ARY Zs 
entire —— account bookkeeping requirements for banking. E: . CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC 
hao Stanford Page wg myn 9 developed and built the vacuum A te - 8 sae te; TE E COMPANY 
tube prototype ank of America. General Electric will design Know of typing. | shorthand , roles : LEPHON 
and produce in quentity the production version, using semi-conduc- oie} 31 nin but qu be a 
tors, for the Bank of America, and later will furnish such equipment ‘ A joinina 8 
to other banks. However, ERMA js only the first of a line of tailored «te take an aptitede 
industrial data processing equipment te be developed and te t at ng Sen ae. 


produced 
by G-E along with a full line of analog equipment including simulators. Ma 
cores bead 


as 


Palo Alto, California—Schenectady, New York—Syracuse, New. York 
Headquarters will be at our new plant to be built soon, housing 
airconditioned engineering offices and laboratories, ERMA 
ment and the Computer Laboratory will be located adjacent 


to the Stanford Research institute in Palo Alto, Relocation expenses 
will be appropriately rei 


EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES 
for work toward A too degrees will be strongly supported at final 


_ location. The Honors Cooperative reagan at Stanford University ‘ exp : : art 7 , x ool g 8:30 AM. te 5:00 P.M, 
is already in operation. lat x F 


AON Age Foy Keng kh Pipes nate” ro OE ing Saieee macinoron tis) MACHINE OPERATORS 
TE RRR ek ee ae mae. Fe alanis momo Eyer! CLERK TYPISTS 
WASHINGTON siti "i0'am. to 6 pm 
INTERVIEWS . S2%.5,5.0"" 
Or send resume to: Mr, D. C. Burnett 


“"RiDUSTRIAL Com urate, Maly 3 
GENERAL. ELECTRIC CO. 


¥ Meier Rand, Setanta, Bb 


3. UNPURNISHED 6  wasmnctor. POST and TIMES HERALD - 
er | eit, S008 Saturday, Sepamber 18, 95625 
con, Barche Nts NE SHEL aac # 


HYATTSVILLE, MD. “ nme 415,000 
: i mi mL met ieniess |OUNCay 
Pome Pe = ee OF — ie - 5 a i 50.—Micely turn. 1 ies. ‘bed or. SW. = ad BEDROOMS. 3-TON | EPPICL sieve ' ; =— Circulation 
’ . = 5-828. : -in ~ a OOM. CAR IN LT + THOaE ‘Tull dinin ‘ideed| Means em : 
man, ern nee b Bie ) ae ok - See a ae “od : F . F a, yi ‘500 for in a Attrac : : - $95: for Woshatanen 5 
reterted 7 neti | ™. 9630 wk. tec a » BT? OOERN FURS now 8 : Mite 8-486 mawee| “Times Herald ald classified’ ode 
, ode vertisers. To place your ed 


Kelinaton aon ta owers 


° l- 
female syudents: oft this sche pri- i « lose in: ev cone 
vy domesti "Gal gne ‘baby Sieueud in: every io 


. ; : in dtr 
rt iting are gesired. Cau coewes > vi room in . Conv A 77-6660 - . ; yr =f | 8 o 7 rea. AR ES. MG . in | HT ~4 ‘ar iene 
vu. “ 7 v mm. rm . « . ‘if , ea ac . ~ © 5 % y : 
-12 #e a : = iW. 
at ; onthe aa i267 Lowe! 8 £36 Bm ri i poe SoH aT. XW. t. 3 rms Pal storage. laundry. facies and’ me 4 a ine NW. BT. 3-300 ntttac:| a Uc 7-1234 
poo Privileges are - | gest te 


rms... " 
PAGED ‘ ; | swimming | 
SIDDLEA woman tet_To | igo tT ye fr _ yr, clonet and star 50 Bow qt p Wwiath fort 4000 =| Amone the features: $115-8125 In- KENSING TON, MD. —  2-bed 
me invalid or ; A , ; . cluding utilities. Aduits only See gs 
foro semis a 0 Ent! + 9 om. to & | Mrs. Martin, Apt. 6, 1400 WN, 12th, 
Cot. irl desires hile core. -. Seve ] rr Bre _5-0077.. Ti _ ww? ra Ea ¢d Sunday s or oe ‘MD.—TO COUPLE. 4 rms. bath “Thi —— 
week: experienced. LU. Shah Sea aateen, (Al Da 9 children S$ | : SHANNON & LUCHS CQ. |"ned. cont: sep. ontt.; comm. dis-l'pe “incl.; Er. 6.9449.| liv. Tm. dinette: bit. 
COL, WOMAN desit = chia care Of) some privis 3-4 2 lor effic. 2 rms. and ba nt a 724 14th St. Nw. NA, 8-2345' tence to LaPipta. we Head & - onvenient| rear screened porch, $57 
— 2 en 4a ieee naiean as Cuesase SReeeee._ OES, SS turn. $55. $70, s75_ iis. ined. 7THE FINEST”. “i LINGTO uate won ya ca t leoation; redeco-| Inquire on premises or 
Ge ae a ea front room. pvt. bath. kit. orivi. BE MONT . NW... 1818—Iist rt See Resident Mana fee: | painen—tte.. ¢ I > 
5-day week “4 ToL a rr Brangenbare | R nee iorn 9. NW. ares— nis rm | d tepeeDONT Bake This “oni other wi i _watn: ST bide. 2 AE. [er 
oe: - : a rms . it... - : 
git] wants job in doctor's office ne viters 4 : . s! » fine transp Con ress yatlable immediately ‘ ; | WAGGAMAN-BRAWNER. ME. 6- Ex- refrig.. 
ay good vote, EX 3-8409 HO__2:6038 n se, 1 bedrm. apt.: m { TA. 9-8942 $77 30. pel, utilities. New refrie.. . | . oath laundry ‘Tacit ; heat ame 
ms ; decorat t : : 
> Fe I ae fover, large ee ti House Coleman, Apt. No. 1. a Quinn) 4 — or : 
n : : J. nei nn... bat ¢ or + NE. 
Sree f ‘Realty lis, Rent ai office ‘st 4th st or ma SHANNON & “LUCHS, | OXON TERRACE, MD. |“itchen, dinette ‘bath, ead incl. in| Newly iex-tyDe 
“eg 10. : e - Ly peremsees Andrews, Bere he 1263 86-2345 | ONE ‘| rent. $48 m Bes manager, LIN-| rm. Minette, ‘et 
stove 6S “S16 , belmemenag (> | BOARD OF ei, = fo srades stad New. me foot | Bernd. 
transp t. 


mst ore WF «0 - Des. ARD BUILDING — an rm. wony | 2 rear pore 
Sete. BOLLING FIELD | AREA |! . fr. rm & kit. apt... uti. Otters rh neg and Florida trp. type \o 2 Pent | ae Ny 
ne 


iis 

: eit 

Cone fads» ¥ ee ant | house attr. pa Bett . Sr home BEAUTIFUL 1-BEDRM. APT. TH iS — furnished A ag 2 Pri- care ull 

work and care . 84 x joa, Ei bath "a3; re-| vate eajgentes = oe come apartment JA. 8. 
Few a? 


md st. ne ~s- c : 
im. next te a: use of kit. Py | mailer’ Modern Decor  . . ay Vit 
- ter TV 


Includes all utilities - , 
ran Siabed. noche “paunted. AU ebooel SE. : M Antenna | ECONOMY PLUS CONVENTENCE | 
ith of nw front rm.| 3 blocks Pres 914 S. BUCHANAN ST, 


part-|qroking privis. HO 2-204, __ any time. i ' . Im. > % » to shopping center and 
= | and shops "sD. 493 lL after , él 1 ee eee Su — pa lie: 30 min,  f- pan Pleasant Hills 
T - - 
trem ie ercoras st. aw. Pron :! JO. 2-1 O55 THE HILL A a ores Hewall Ave. and ° 
GEL wan: BUCHANAN 7 Nw. S122 bed Tarn. : wp beck from, Savard. J e. SE. : 2 bedrooms « . —_— Rd. NE. rani =| Bia + £3210 Sth a 
oes rms. rm... com-| : : | * son's 
TT ; 3 : et . plus wtils.| express w: AP 5508. ine Centers oe. in_rent. To inspect s . ow in-town development t a 
eT - . Te ie Cobb. TU CPF hock | m bs S105 S MONTHLY 1 S. Buchanan st. spt. i or; the pondered ‘awar-{rom-town” Con rin ecg a as 
man. 22-86. share ; ~~ rr» INCLUDES UTILITIES | ely. well-kept 
with ore m Hote! “othe: ency or 1| 15 min. of all Govt. every nt. RUST we Cas 6 Soles OM erEUAR 


10 vit to on ast ° ‘witht rH oriy. #48 me ne ne ° =i 4 | SEE RES. ig ON PREMISES A igo 15th Bt os 
mins. : “ a 
i f 185, tL. _thine new and cies A Lo it All putidings are modern ! ne a Hd 


bert rm. 63509 me. ai priv 4-86.38 - Da = and 

rr cor. He JO 1-449, 

bat ao knotty pine. Li 6-5374.| TIVE. newiy 7 || gach “apt. with lapse pictur bedrm.. den. | oreh: 615. wills. Livineston 
srange sige ias tome fer. same adr" ho rooms Alt, ane Ion AE | sets tis gad geps foe 2 agus) SIDNEY Z. MENSH & CO. Sra fs Saree tet] tater oe \aniadaaiine Fa ar7t 
“dinar 20 S to Pent 3 1) Esc ime Reheat qexusy va — vai! » Paserae mo NA. 8-6440 ABL—200 “— avaiable — 1 ots. ity mm. 6 - Bath, pvt ‘Immediate Occupancy” 

>me é.08 ‘APITOL armin beautifully furnished bus and stores; open; $55. Call with m rfp. duplex rance: rent reas 45 
, b prt te Ol f vest, ch tory oS. RS She MID-TOWN LOCATION | 2° ies" ~ | and St gmuly B tales: f Also ‘co a oe Attract 4 Seis 
Es at EE deka i'l" AS rameters tat bs so. ii §=1701 16TH ST. NW. a =he es Fic ge blotely furnished seerisents. "| snt_Well- manages 201, bids. 

° 


kitchen privis.; cone 8. cl t , ¢ > 
. saaieiiptigeeiaial — F ‘ HEDEAL AVE. CORK. 3867 Th utile incl except elect reli Ree CHASTLETON a ee | Parking ae plus) RENTALS FROM $69.50 Sans, oer ae, Eon wah Janitor | tion 
$110 au J. DAVIS. INC, 600 H 


next 


i UNFURNISHED 17 pw more stpe saving rm... DURE APTS.. Ki. 8-5577 My aaar APT. 2 beta . menast. oso Geet. 06 tat antl | seis 
Sect —Vacant + rms. 140) $35 , - > . | ae 556. 
COL.—Large front . privie:| Set; ie entrance: 0: bes at -| THE BERKSHIRE BACHELOR APT. Pe) = LLY. = \l oe Mapiic a ul Pad e-2869.( ci-2 ‘bus a a aa bath; uttls. RA. | b+ Ge aie eee 
or 4201 MASS. AVE. NW.| 50 | wept. Sony fee : ed 


.. . " - 
ing rm. var nivelt| Air-Conditioned _| swivehboard “gery. BE se 5 SF ta 
bs over dee Siero sheae tt sched 1. Bedroom Apt. weit! includes =; "onthe| BOLLING FIELD AREA neinetie, Kjichen. bath and reat : naneng 
KANSAS av = NW. ait—Children © able soon in this de luxe bidg.| Fe Aa Be Fe Rg ~y Leona center. 062 | . aw = at. 1621 1 T ST 
are if nee RA erie bath. Recently decor. Uiile All Utilities Are Included (3 “desk or CALL DU. 7-1000 Disposal and Preeser-top Refrigs. , 2, a a Bee iste . (New ome. A Ave. 
; BERNSTEIN t 


sishe ige. modern turn, rm. ‘with . 1813—Nice : 4200 NORMAN BERNSTEIN Syndicates Automatic Laundry Scuahe ‘ _ 14 | AND APIO 
i Nh 22403 refrig.. hot "as "all utils. is mae. beeht as ‘vei He oe athe VEO To gr % DIFFERENT Cony t0 Schools, Shops and Transp 2H, TO, CARTFOt ot 1, Gk — a ie Comp etely ly Redecorated 
7 ist & ggrr & b 23200 Immaculate fully air-conditioned WELCOME Dupo nt Park Apts. iy ra its babe Sey 


‘sm 1 Mer. Apt 
|i Me a and tay * Ea turn bet fn uding linen. etc. New 646 chizapeake Be BE. Oe %. 1-1610) | Kittie p supose R's , rt 
: se. vit and bath: va fale a . apt. 


issouri ave.; 
od. 


—_— 


~~ " on 
room for employed gentieman. 
7-)8 


= | 
ate; also 2 seeping uss # - 
Govt. employe preferred a aie . Cor : eck. c.. CAPITOL WILL. + Libr Cone 
urn. effic h | pains 
newts! 


is; or. M 
curv? CHASE— Extra secre a- e Sev In —sa fi OO ast | apt: lovely envir 
City> ciikst “Pew a se ieteetes anh ise ict i see i nie ne Mant backs “A ae.| Sate” Or Saas 'BEBROOM $71 50 z 
5816. One bik. from Cc ur le tout and rear, switeh f fc — | liv. rm. kit. and bath. i jak 

aR a mets & Bae tot Siti 01 7500 lee eae Chillu Hots.| ox gies | eyaiage EO As 
cower: master bm agg ON a r NG : i—Avall- IMMEDIAT UPANCY— LN. 4-| . t, avail. nmed.; §78 50. util 2 BEDRM. APT. ‘ ce 25 
ort ru " im *y a. : we ae er itie CLIFTON MANOR APTS.| 1520 CHILLUM ROAD| a sk a  BETY oD. 3.2300) inel 1751 a iy fn Ty 


is a retan Lge. building. attractively | fure.| Ps fa Ne Live Within Your S ST nd 2-bed Kept oF $72.50 
; r Bollin 4 Rec. Sta. $96) | OU | HEA ® ™. One of Washinet 
ish 3-0648 NA &- 6744, J o-7 ; everyibing furn.: f E CIENCIES $65.00 t hg $0 Th per mo. Diss co... e - — Lage foes 
Ct tb Bie fon COL NW we ota NEB Ext, 507 i $79.50 to $i00 Budget at These st : 


maste . a 3 = oOpD 
rm. pvt bath. shower "Nicely tur- tions Security 4 Reait s06 NN ote! “Asepeeties rm ts.. tile tub showers parkay fis 
———e to $120 at Utilities included. tive elevator 


st 2 : = : | everything: 
: cep . . : Excellent trans. parking space, ; a ~~ me; swite 
sarkiae teciiities. WO 65-8444 cnllarsn acneES. SLED we z seD. modern nominal monthiy rate. PURNISHED—$90-$120 Rentals ‘1 BEDROOM te lon ‘| desk 5. Picks apelr@ test ute 
| st nw 


> 
Cl. —Lee. front rm.; pri, bath. —4i4 ' in. | and bath; trance: ’ On 3X 3” ' RACE 2 BEDROOMS | . 1 bedrm.. age. 
All_cony.; ser tlemen. OL. 2-1948 ye: -7 pet ot &- | Set for School | . MODERN. NEWLY , t- : = : 
as oh fy - Bia B ~ Cie eaee CONN -CAYE. 1 “> bedrin i DONNA LEE NR: BOLLING & ANDREWS Pre a slay Me APTS furey Sir sehiosis a> ane dee A pal ‘Zi. Atlantic t. SE. 
man; 50. ‘ | c > rme| Suites faite coe, ‘gun ‘pro- 2- BEDRM. APT. ; ° BONES ter, ¥. trans. t ' UDINO 
cu. CH. BD. C.—tae ont rm. next se igri beth. all utils; 813 50 =: GONK AD Walk to Public and sli . C. $79.50 : be Nt decor wi 
s Aig rm. air- | I. BEDRM. APT ... | 8 ROAD > ore ware 2 poreciated. Key ms ° ,. di ae is 
young Vadies boast po gull 
¥ 


In ALL UTILITIES : 
kit ; 7 Ew — “yt And to Large Shop Center! r cE ers. SE. | 2 BEDROOMS ment apt. 1740 Bay st. ES rs Senet aa Pg ~ : 
| y ; : : . ' 
in the vic. of St. soareie ore apt: 2)  'BUS AT YOUR DOOR coon 8. F SAUL CO. m Bee. resident ee | 2 


y jady: Ost__1. 
incarnation ® Chure , eat ant iach 14th! ise mn Shs NS for xi LARGE 2 BEDROOMS POL — pitta ractively pL Pe Brngicates we r- ST NW. NA. 8-2100. | A 
k 


weekda | Be. quire 801+ 3d st 
PETS PERMITTED | ’ | 7 5 | ‘utils. incl, Key ist, Bim 
= fey delete “incl Diane y Beat: CLOSETS GALORE Goud : rm. basement — x ; $ 8 R 0 SOUTH EAST ca luxe relers ator or bide 27s 


| 
. 2 latge Conv. to Pentagon Navy Annex — anager 
oil ieee pec et 3 Ft. Belvoir ey oy. As All Utilities Included | Low Rents, $57.50-$62.50 Atiractive api. ‘tn mod. » s68 80 RY DI. 7-9080 


. cel : ~ ' 
CO eae ee PEGART BAGS, Tic, | Furnished Available oe Rak * Fay meee tie sad preear'atsny aise scst) | BEORM—$80 


—Charming. pvt. liv. rm. rms, good meais: $12-8 , ’ - RESERVE NOW' kit nm excellent location 6t Minnesots OG ST. o&. 


ea rm. A 
; nite Bee it oO 2 
Se x | bath apt : - ne ’ - . CALL MR. THOMPSON \COL. —e: “turaighed— dent os chil. " Publie & Parochial Sch Is soni emt at “tance of transportation DREYFUSS “BROS., INC. Beautifully rept sroup 
Le. rs * home Ss pero fae ty Sa Se JE. 3-1231 4-8 Next to Apts. etc a — we sth St. NW, NA. 8-9580 _ | Sul 'Mindetote ave, te 


mall < ar opie: = ru.. e en. ; . Ses Fy. —lay 
; wtile.; adults: LI : dec. apt.;. ge het rm. Grepl.; pref Sccept 1 © 6-085. ttrac surroundings _ featuring: Dee- = ge epertpents © h full oT “din bath. 
pe t0 3-298 couples, _ DY. ' s kitchen and Lo vetrigerater was 


; { bed 
>) E ~ ir 3 ‘| well-kept agte 
: wi cien- — = " DIN L 2° ont ve he be hv. jy . : . 
| cles, } end 2-bedrm. apts. attrec- BELLEVUE (COLo col Park : 1) Gren, PARK PICNIC AREAS: anitor et 1917 Minne-| fear, scree $62.50 go. 
| tively furnished. conventent i seou ; : " " A safe place to raise your sotea ave. LU. 1-7871. or -| PA ON 
 BUPONT yO 0-22, Pike a ne T recm,| Ai corner ents. Sbepping centers }: | inincontnhedas 
" y. e 


| $100, Bach Df | | 925 _ isu ans a _8-2100, 
. gid” minor" house in severe t¢ for s sitting . —-Bedrm -Uv. rm Rental Office Open 2. 


revu 2g, af Gas) CLIFTON TERRACE Satan al 


6 . ; 
ature indiv idual. EM 7 ; . $80: cpl. : . us 3 Every Day Until 8 P.M, ‘peat yak dec mo 
“OU 


SERAG 5 : We's ope all out t make 
f- i. ome: ‘$30 me . . i on oe cates’ —_ - - fe <a Mourray co. best « ae Pa area. 
qe 1 tt biocks from the ac eee eS ra. . : . CLINTON, MB ae * eae Btore stmosphere. 2 parking uti 
VIVIAN # HOTEL pepite Howe in w ‘s ‘iit’ Empl cpl er men. Li ; stag : } 7) ee y "Convenient fe Ra 
| bes ering beae-| {zine Smet OL of men. EE) y Bedrm.. Furn...... Bs. : i tael, wesley" F-an06, fiBuena Vista Apts. ae : : Reg Mer Mee 4 


downtown qgUe. ecners u-! 
r 


. eeee lobby: TY) in ished. -COd. apa- bias Fe ' —— . . or 
os er inte ne ied “eerved i ocbeviae ¥mea ae a i, =a EFFICIENCY, 00 Bie tebe aaa wor hises thas UNIVERSIT MD. oe {ol 3289 BUENA VISTA Tmm.|_NA. a oe av. 
ee ee ae, dears seein utes form’ ‘966. bj 2 Gedrms.. Gniuen: $76.50 utils. Alter 4 9. m AD Se tes 2- Bedrm. "Apt... .$96.50. Saal Pets Allowed | 
mM ys sink & range. $1 Completely m ree slosete: Corie pik st Hi. Mv. 3-be4s. Newly i deacaetedi > » Be EBay = nee aid UNIVERSITY CITY APARTMENTS 
. MSE i epee sea aie Sees Pobre ey seat saa [Sil bn erate Sones d BEBE AT 
reone aD i-i44h- AD. 4-508. tae SDE 21281. dre ie Tm, kit, | PHONE JO. 1-2700 [iP stat sos warms a HW mgr en 1 Bedroom... si:+ e+ + $71.00 
AN | : Open Daily, 9 to 6 P. | rm.. kite ' 

ae Ges. Tenth home, “ott “di That's ST AND” cee —_1_. 8 ty. | whey to 6 P. M. af wale x tick. Sie cece “ — | Om , | 2 Bedrooms eerste ee eews $82.00 
furn, front rm. bright. clean an: 4 I od pon hatte: food . * v ue incl yey y. 4A “ate, Be =T4i8. Fm = on 0 errr COMPANY PZ zee ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 

turn, maid ‘9600 and lots of enter Sti, canine shes ago, ail. “tcl daieit hanes >| Aeeog. fare Joe, 7 pe ate rea TaKOMA rior aot: prt STORES AND SHOPPING CENTER 

a tainment and companionship. | ~ hd ENCY AT nw.—Livine | Fu.. *% . oa : i i ‘Open for inspec . new. kbs ' ] IN IMMEDIATE VICINITY 


HARTNEPP HALL ‘uromcrrow 


1426 21ST ST. NW. Juminsma co eae | SWUM ay pred? SST 8T,8E,.. ptt! ~TAKOMA Wid on « ' Near Schoo!s and Churches 
HU. 3-5432 U Al oy rte AD hae High- Point Apartments “= and | oe. SiS per wh. ae yeat ides! se ttine on quiet street. 1-BEDRM. APT.—$85 Convenient to University of Maryland 
Ms 2-dedrm.. 


| i200 WHEELER RD. SE. eal sshed, BO vegupage OT TERE FLOWER MANOR 
nt eae a WANTED 29A nice. 2: bearm™ i “n a a ee art sot cor oh wx pa el : gt 4 c so dae de Eee Me te pte CHILDREN WELCOME 
ein kw. re = fans ets “TO. sa e’e's : 20 MINUTES TO CAMP MEADE BY CAR 


| saa ont; omay me. inciu aan r completely AVE. APT. ; De luxe apt.. desirable Takoma’ 
thee eee” sachiee Sp eee ae pare) (sess uta, sia: a Gace rae etal cnt, OFFICE and sample apt.: 2213 University Lane 


Attractive mene | all util! “Every suite oun. > wtitul, n 
cm apt | A}! Soacliat LE se i ae. 2-4 Muewsior, andi Sxpaust fan. garvage disposal: bro- HE. 4-7070 


tub, vis 
i ag i . glectrici | tere ons, for ake scent, Apt. 104 OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 
G MD. 


s 
"| Wel turn 1-bed 
Im. apt. pvt. 


@ v 
bath. 


aint wigarr= = renPAa oA thabe Se eck MPa lett ah : a < LOWEST RENT |i A NEW HIGH IN LUXURY LIVING 


lean 
eos se RR = TE SPIE eon scans | we [THE HIGHLANDS 
@ in addition "ol den. kit. wat - | 


Seer south mt. 5 43 bath: emol| fo to Sometiins nee | decoratea me reety ik 
windows. 1 oleae 


aa A abe a og ta bp Tayo Seeetegs | Sear ee EE FURN, g $81 50_Up) sete. Ss Tice YOUR ADDRESS OF DISTINCTION 
) a | — | . ete. or - 


AT 
; ‘ . . ; : . th em- 1914 CONNECTICUT AVE. NW, 
/censed: vie. 38th and ® sis. se.:) AB” 217 | AIR-CONDITI 5 Sous “tess, | CALL RE. 5-8000 
grermcer| AIR-CONDITIONED |Eiceaemaat| cau re se00 | LORD Chat tebe to Sete 


aN aE | 9500 WISCONSIN-AVE. NW. | "Sentuntes neresane tonne] FURTHER INFORMATION. | CAT \/ER'T [AIR-CONDITIONED EFFICIENCIES 


fo Bi2 wk st. Pe ‘ : 8 GHTS PT 
sae tiead aol wan. Poise COL — Beanereng an EEE Radu rece Como] EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS (ANTES: Yoad give TEER) OO porate a AP. 7-1544 | AND 1-BEDROOM APTS. 
| . : . 2. : a8) st. ak wy. | ¢ 


' 
red. Sanger 6 il ROW ATE De SOUaOEEE) AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
of ER gs lS —FROM $92.50 
| : Including All Utilities 


RGE EFFICI HOUR SDCRETARIAL, SERVICE a 
h Ties ab vas) Be my ey m - 
ATTENTION NAVY DEPT, | Beng.,ce- eS) REE ant tein Teseis| schoet, Pronad Es LIMITED NUMBER OF’ FURNISHED APTS. 
prsis, saiienle 3-4 CO. 5-2 : foe) Face Pe a sae mt po AVAILABLE 


' pani SS ry CIA : : in 
2131 O ST. NW.) AIR CONDITIONED, = | JAE Beene ise . A a ee “ : : ‘| MODEL APTS. OPEN DAILY UNTIL 8 P.M 
NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE [JOHN CARROLL APTS. ppabiy pr nn iw A ist} Resident Manager on Premises—NOrth 7-1240 


724 14th Se. NW. NA. 6.2345 


Modern, Comfortable 4 2 he ie ar <P Tarn ~- 4 : | ee iat bed ; | SHANNON & LUCHS 


Living That You Enjoy , nr 


"$60 SINGLE PER MONTH FURNISHED SI1TC AO ree | | a Aies ; ——4 AIR-CONDITIONED 7 as a a 
HO. 2-9100 UNFURNISHED—$85 ving comb. is ws meee ite A sy eBiet ripe oth coe ol WEST HYATTSVILLE 


—$TZ50 WEEK UP (See Betent Ssnater on Premise NO, REL Weotsrer— Mort fan, ma. it Bin ane . 

ey, Ean as Seo a a LARGE PORCHES | KIRKWOOD APTS. 
oie a Y fcaly furn’ Ut 677238 fi es ‘eto a2 tes | Walking distance to 2 shopping centers, all schools and 
re Overlooking Suitland Parkway, Oxon Run churches. Bus service to downtown D.'C, Walter Reed 
Park, Picnic Grounds and New Golf Course a ps manages pat FORE. Tee 
Open to Public, at these Reasonable Rents: | ” | 


2 BEDROS.& poRcH—s8i 19430 | F RdanTEaPA? 57S, 20, 


sa ait also furnished apartments 
(INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES) 


POR FREE DESCRIPTIVE BROCHURE WRITE OR CALL AP. 1-1618— 
RENTAL OFFICE ON PREMISES 1771 FICHOLSOW ST. 
OPEN DAILY-SUNDAY TH # P4 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
26 Saturday, September 15, 1956 esoe 


382,000 arene === 
Daily 


gt 
Circulation 
means ayicker sales results, 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 _ 


SLT 
APTS., UNFURNISHED 36 err 


j eee 
NEW DE LUXE 
AIR-CONDITIONED 
BUILDING 
WALK DOWNTOWN 


1225 13th ST 


NW 


reNcr 


TYLER GARD ENS 
b REDRSE ' Wome OIATELT 
ary r 
UTILITIES 
, D EL ATOR err yvice 
‘open sk uM. r 
hg ‘ INQUIRE DLs x 
BRD DA od 8608 FLOWER AVE 
2 BEDRMS $29 TAKOMA Pape. ND 
. sna Tnueve sf. i-«-. 2 
3 BEDRMS —$105 $130. cl st. : —— 
Vier OUR povE . carp 
ru PIS .. 
399 West “prosd st 


Dally. “on 


°* : hy ‘ a 


. “hone facsi: ies 


| 2- BEDROOM 


HOMES 
_$68-$73.50 


inci Utils 


PARK 0.20 Fite, 
HAMPSHIRE | aiex 


R1SD% CExNSUS HY’ S0- 

co ere el 
Ree our be 
ADULT and 


cs 
ments 
res 


Sun. 


oe scr ) 
sos Buena Viste 
2-2020 : 


i TRY WURDE [Es 
nZLAS LA® XDRY FACILI- 
autifu! spac'ou J : 
FAMILY apar it.. Ot Pa ere to Branch 
n®otaotate rst on Brasch te Cele 
- =e , . Cec Cc » b+] *) - : "= Tf + ; oft oe 
- : a Leer ~ I 
bu« and shevnin ome. 2 P. 7 
edrooms from 8835 2.3 
bedrooms > S85. $9 ten ST 
. 


9300 New Hamoshire Ave MARC WOOD GARDENS 


ZI iomre Apis 


CORNER OF FOA S81 


Daily, 9:30-5; Sur 12-5 
Call HE 4-4500 
fs REAL VALI UE SREVFUSS. BROS. “INC 
story wod —— - re res 1019 15th Si 
cppt.; eompletely redec | 355 FRANKLIN: ST NES 
=s Near Catholic Univ 
BEDRM 


SETTE AND GATH 
)42 4 CHAPIT 4 2! 


q 500 MASS. AVE. 


Real Economy MPLETELY 
Convenien 


‘ain thn th oa Le 
wr . 


m. maid eee 
i: > = eve 2- 
JUNE BRIDES . es SGA Se 
MEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
a CTE®_$37 50 UP 
PAST—PRESENT—FUTURE : 
289 Dew. sUTNiss 
. ad > maid and linen service 
ak ha i 2 ava! at 1@ Si. one © - Manager's Office 
oh: $72.50 or "$86 incl. a. wtli- Call AD. 4-3640 
206 WAYNE PL. S& 


we O44 45 109 


“LONG BRANCH 
APARTMENTS 


S72i Piney Pranc cf Rd 
8il er Sp: ing Md 


WATER VIEWS 

YACHT HARBOR 
SWIMMING PCO 

BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS 


Hunting Towers 


EFFICtC NCIES 
30 to $95 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 
‘ eres ma’ 2 FURNISHED PLAN 
— or ae ANT HILLS. AVAILABLE FROM $120 


1 BET IROOM ¢” 
v ly nice Liv bea ac. =e. 


2 entrance 
beighber ne. ne \ 


DREYFU ISS ‘BROS. 5 
1a PERNA. "AVE. 1 < 


Venetian bt 


LARGE 


TRING 17 ; 
CENTER RESTAURANT 


VERNON SBLYD 
Ki. 8-8484 


ALEA. VA 


$312 ‘Youna wath se. LU 
"HE LILLI APTS. 


IC.. $62.25 
M.. $75.35 
oriiries INCLUDED 
EXCEPTIONALLY NICE APTS... tx 
modern or bids con’ to 


~ ELMAR GARDENS 


Reser Hei s>t s. Me. en Eémone- 
Convenient te echoes 
- _ , # 6 LODD ne One- 1 
oval <3 Renovated. 


NA. 8-0500 ‘ 


BRENTWOOD 
VILLAGE 


GARDEN APARTMENTS NEAR 
THE HEART OF WASHINGTON 


FROM‘ $62.50 
FROM $65.00 
2 BEDROOMS FROM $77.50 


Open Monday thru Friday ‘Til 8 9.5; Sunday. 
1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE., N.E 
DE. 2-3202 DE. 2-3260 


1019 15t th St. NW 


Efficiency 
1 BEDROOM 


10-5 


Saturday, 


LANGLEY PARK APARTMENTS 
8201 New Hampshire Ave. 
WASHINGTON’S MOST COMPLETE 
SUBURBAN COMMUNITY 


1 BEDROOM $73.50 


2 BEDROOMS FROM $83 


@tilities Included) 

SPACIOUS APARTMENTS WITH CROSS VENTILATION, 
(FURNISHED SAMPLE APARTMENT POA YOUR INSPECTION) 
Grade Schoolé and Bus to downtown on Project 
2 Large Shopping Centers 
And Lansburgh’s New Department Store 


DIR: STRAIGHT O NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE 
AST UNIVERSITY LANE INTERSECTION 


ONE BLOCK P 
OFFICE OPEN: 
DAILY AND SATURDAYS, 9 AM. TO 7 PM. 
Sunday, | to 7 P.M. Phone HE. 4.3209 


H. G. SMITHY CO. 


Sit 19 ot Ww. ST 3.2000 


Living ts Easier and Less Expensive 
at the 


NEW 


AIR-CONDITIONED 
OAKTON APARTMENTS 


NOW RENTING 


1 Bedroom Apartments..........$ 92.00 
2 Bedroom Apartments..........$112.50 
3 Bedroom Apartments. . : 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED IW RET 
| MODEL APARTMENT OPEN DAILY AXD SUNDAY 


RESIDENT MANAGER. HE 4.4303 
BROCHURE ON REQUEST 


EES SSS ee 
,Magazine Realty Co., ine 
WOODWARD BUILDING | 


he 


Ven.” 


1-BEDROOM APT. 


4 


227, iru _3e arre. wervmeee_3¢ 


| SHIPLEY PARK ROGK CREEK GARDENS 
1 Bede. from $68.50| Funitihed of Untumtthed 


Se eee and 2-BEDRM. APTS.| 


UTELITIES INCLUDED 


Shocoieg Center in 
Develoor-ert 


Cormvermer? to Schools acd 
Traruportanon 


Cont churches —— “ss 


~y WO RENT “FREE 
2-B8EDROOM APT. 


89.50. including Utis 


4010 Livingston Rd Sc 
T°. + 


tr Orre 3 oe 
7) @eae aces 1&8 


VA! x DOWNTOWN 


M-Aeonm E's we ey —_— 
. 3 _ 
od 


1 ‘Bedrm.-$8 $ 
2 Bedrms. $99 
Efi f iciency-$5/ 


-ste- 


GRACIOUS LIV! NG 
In an hedaman 
Found Only at 
THE 


WOODN ER 


ERS CBS SEE PDEs 
m = fewer? marae’ 
N ~w —_ 


EFFICIENCIES —_LIGHTWOOD GARDENS 


=D 
1-BEDROOM APTS. ae eee 


"fe wv 


3-5609 
= ; _ UNIQUE CORNER APT. 


GREENWA 


A CAPRITS PIVELOr YI, 
Ave ad a Se 


‘UPLAND 


TO DowrToVs 


3 Kecks Prem 3are! Mesrerc °@h 


| Bedrmm $72 50 
2 Bedrms —$84'50 


CTS Peete i INct 
’? 


BELLEVUE 
GARDENS 


1-PARI IOS 
Nw 


Prom ‘Adams ME Re 


CHAR 


SHIRLEY — 
APARTMENTS 


a°ccTIOCS Der toxE 


SOUTH ERN 
HILLS 


300 Lior oston 
Cenr. te Bal 


SPACIOUS aD VI - So 
APTS. 5 AND 39-CU -Pr 


-— . a c- 

erace os 

oe & Andress ATR 
a5 4 

" = eryers = ‘een: 

Sensis service. some with ori 


| Open Eves—JO. 3-6797 


OFF WHEELER ROAD 
1103 Bellevue St. SE 
New) : : Dox 
zs 
Ost Shires Her 
ane Hl ~ - ex eee ma te 


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$75.50 ” aspriaamaye 
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ALSO 1-BEDRM. AT $56 g:-4- "5s 75> 
INCLEDES BEAT WATER aXD ie 


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CAFRITZ Di. 77-9080 
CLAIRE APARTMENTS 
3713S 2D ST. SE. 

Lavge = 7 acts. freshiy éec 


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FOR THE DISCRIMINATING 


THE GEORGETOWN 


IN ALL TTS TRADITIONAL CHARM 
2512 Que St. NW. 
NEW AND MODERN 
100% Al® CONDITIONED 
ndividual Comtrst m Every Room —Unicties included 


EFFICIENCY .$89.50 UP 


MODEL APT. FURNISHED BY MAYER 6 CO 


LEE GARDENS 


COMMUNITY OF APARTMENT HOMES 


CHARLES E SMITH. wy! 
Southern a. oP sa ad w 
r. 3-25 


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ae ome EE ee 


=@ COMPARE FOR PRICES. 


_. $129.50 UP’ 


rtments 
OFFERS 
Suburban Living 
At Its Finest 


7 _BEDROOM—$75 


moro 
a EFFICIENCIES—$65 


" Apetr ‘aTLier en premises 
EROS SEZ RES. MOR. APT. 1 


sep 109 185 Se nw. NA 8-0580. 


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Ma eg 
Selection Today > Pits COLORED GAN 
_ [om mee 1355 “GIRARD ST. NW 
IDEAL FOR CHILDREN jerw or, xx. stt—sewiy foe, SEAR RAUTOR BaD 
MONT. CO. SCHOOLS » z = es See. ree - me" ‘ ee | “x . E Can- - ’ — > ee ree cuontas 
6) A STREET SE venient transper rth an¢ shee y . an oe 
2 ae kit at and bath $55.00 = See Mrs NOTHING TO Loon 


Nurmerous play areas, basket- 

wmdoer Slayrooms. eer mr Goer wid i 7 - a Se om Pa. ave. aw. tat 7 
Play sone seen 7 SMITHY CO | + 

2 =. s ST. 3-38 


barbecue p's. - ~ =o “| gta is 
950 SOUTHERN 
AVENUE SE. 


Hi L. RUST CO 
es ~=— mg acd Wading Pools she ISih st BA. 8-8100 
THE 
CORKER OF WHEELER ED 
2-BEDROOM APT S81%° *& 133 — 


Private Bus Service to Capital 
CHALFONTE 
UDING UTILITIES 


ne 
am.-5 


= . - 
Gtnertl Manager. 
ball courts 
picruc tabees, : 
47 K STREET, NE. 
ee Ae he SS 


CAFRITZ - “Ol. F-5080 


T rarvset & Silver Sor ng Sh-re rma 


1°? EAST-WEST 
on Atty chapaie ~reg~ oes ™ ww 


STR! tn Im. mo -Reur’ SWHER- 6. cere ne e 
CALL nit sagt ey beerd ett ended eles stor doorman ie . on — ooo 4 6S | 


Ap.s beactifuly decorated G. SMTuT 1 ist &. ee 
ST Ie 


We Are Not New, But > BEDROOM— $69 50 Just CONVER TED 
Charming and Dignitied ? BEDROOMS—-$84 50 corr Wamsewce ae - = D aod 


EFFICIENCY | Hee es : ee oe ereore 
]- Bedroom—With Porch <4 yy =” 


Come: new tice; 


Ss oor & 
eaperin* enten. prem A_,% 
eg 


Cree 
PRONE OF ite 
POP PREFF © 20° aa RE 


THE ARGYLE 
3220 17th ST. NW. 
AT PARK ED 
Modern Elevator Bidg. 
Wired tor Air-Conditioning — 


1-BEDRM. APT. nil 


*89.50 


Dining Ares 
Ae mie oo 


RENT "4821 4TH ST. NW. 
EFFICIENCY x $60° =. 6 apt . t 
1-BEDRM. APT. $76 met a ans hs 


ie ean; tevan boda 2-BEDRM. A APT., 390 CAFRITZ—O1 


Werte or 
glassed-in sum room (use| - 2701 14TH ST. NW mele SW | 
as «2d. bedrm or den) and Sievater. switchboard, mall desk . m aes 
—_ noen o lovely lottery: 15 mimutes te dorn- 
72 oun deck Rental town. car stem et gear Apriy 
112. See resident manager ees oe es CALL MRS. ROGERS. CO 


° SECON NAVE. “Sit 


i714 W VA. AVE. NE. DE: 

Brand-New, Air-Cond. | Ags, * Lorne np-_Dedrm, dinette. 

CHOICE 1-BEDRM, APT. | porch $20, ans bes cy be Sealner ‘Benning Hts. Apts. 
IMM. OCC kotiit; ams ~ 79080 


RET DIGGS 


"Catritz Management 
CLEVELAND | PLAZA 


HOUSE 
OFLY Posy A ae 


725 29th ST. NW. CLOSE-IN B 


ane Kasi : z - 
, PLA 
oe? -- y > eee WIRED FOR AIR-CONDITIONING ( O} ORED-$59 * = and Mayes Sta) 
SDA! [aT t= 
aa o- £ 


Cleveland Ave 
‘ : }- BEDROOM APRS —$77 50 LOVELY MC on 
NEW LUXURY APTS. |,"cee com APTS.$102.00 it Ba 


COMPLETEAY AIR-COND. 
WITH INDIVIDUAL TITIES. 

ROOM CONTROL EXCEPT Fi tert 
Sear Excellent Ghop. Scheels and 


pew Providence Hospitai 


DE LUXE RENTAL OPFICE OPEN DA 1? 
1-Bedroorn Terrace Ac t 5130 4h St. NE RA. 3-444) 


Equipped with Dishwasher ; ; 
and Garbage Diepces! IN ROCK NIENT TO | 
VENIEN 
SEE RES. MGR. arene 


1BIGo BOOMS 
LO CLOSETS 
MANY FRATURES FOR a 
LIVING * 
| Bedroom—$87.50 
2 Bedrooms—3$99 50 
mc coSs ig 
» $990 14th STREET 
. ALDOR ee wo 


LOOK AROUND 
COME AROUND 


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2-98. = ater: J 
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SURREY HOUSE 


re EASA ER Uae of 
RA. tr LZ. 3-94633 


One of Washington's 
Best Developments 


1 BEDROOM—$67 
2 BEDROOMS—$77 
3 BEDRMS. —$86.50 


ALL, UTTA INCL. I REPT 
138 "% PLACE = 
re > &: iv. 8-13 Sat 4722 == 


Office He 
$37.56 


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RENT_INCLUDES “ 


THOMAS He "RYON 


~— 4 We Ace % Wo 6-273! 


coe geo 
BC TRINIDAD $66 Ee eer 


NEW APARTMENTS 


a. * TO pts... 
CENTER MMED 


x BeBRGOM $70 570 MO 


on 7. 9080 4 
7 DECATUR ST. NW. as 


a ra Sea =O 7.9080 

‘Sant 6D. 811 tb.nst ew 2DIOO FEN IDALL ST. SE. 2348 = == ent ant bet 
“Bic Pr Rental 

2-BEDRM. APT. ....$80 

1-BEDRM._ APT. .. .$66 


screened rear 
4929 Pests = E- Ay wits. ioe 
~ "5 $9 


= Mes . 
TERASTS ‘CAREFULLY SELECTED 


ary > 


7 Dave TNC 
Bs aw “ 


. re oo “se 
HOLMEAD , APTS. 


3435 BOLMEAD PL. XW. 


mr eal , aw x. 13% 
canagee EYFU os eS “NC 
1019 ion St rw. A ceo 


1027 7 QUEBEC TERRACE 


LUXURY RY APARTMENTS ‘EF EFFICIENCY icy APT. 
1-BEDROOM APT. 


tien. ches teGeer parking + 
im rent. c 


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inc ed 


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pay 


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ts 3625 we 

end —* tramoderD wi 
par ad ce 

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ter . 
, TA. 38-1228. 
to sett to 
property on sign. Or apoly tore CHARLES & 


AND SUPERIOR | Bietieetsiti & actasner es Sage 
ADVANTAGES | Jess Fisher Management oo NO 


SaTatasT 
1420 K St. NW EX. 3-181! 1 BEDRM.—3$62.50 
2 BRS., $89.50 s Eoeed 


ea 
Tements paving their 
echecule are gitem 86 @iscount 


= CLAREMONT | 


NEWLY DECORATED 


e-bedrm. apt. for only $70. incl 
Perna. ave at 1800 28th 


= _~ See a : 
rs ee BE RS OR 
| (DONNA LEE (Ss — 


Walk to Public and | attrac a 


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Brigh 
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iremeporta: : 
" OREYFUSS BROS. INC. 


Whktrs 9-4 Gat &5 Bun. 11-5 
—- LARGE 2 BEDROOMS 
IN TOWN PETS PERMITTED 


THE TOU RAI NE CLOSETS GALORE 


1630 R ST. NW. 
Modern Elevator Bidg. 


e EFfiC Bee be 


Furnished, $ 0 Extra 


JE. S3RD AND ASTOR PL SE = PARKLANDS | 
= 1 Bedroom, $87. 50 | Baas re ores * Sn yee et EE 
PLES PERUP | tesa BT cor tet) OAT I ce “BEST BUY IN TOWN 


KENN MANOR APTS. oP Eee. © ME Fase - i SINGLE FARE 50S 

| 31 KENNEDY ST. NW. | - ey ratte hans 3¥%2 ROOMS 
i. DA 70 

cotokeD- 100 6b st oe f Tee, $68 and > 


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SE oe 
Tl Floris Ave SW De 2259 
iz ‘ale “heute cots tes 
2tr_ me. TA. 9-9 

COLORED 

3551 13th ST. NW. 

beast. dec rm = 

JAMES E. SC 
TLL Piesiés 

COLOR ; M 

1320 HARVARD ST. NW. 


rms 
R OGERS REALTY Co. 


NA. S-O004 


f- — CALIFORNIA ST. NW. 
t- Boer. 
it Owner, 
LIVE HEl 
Enjoy Gracious Living 
with none of the drudgery 


Wr wot 


ste 
SPertf? Ra» € 


REQUESTTED 
BOULEVARD APTS. « 


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cA 3 Trenasfer 


move oe Picker 


| _COILOSED—SORTEEAST ~~ 
BEST BUYS _ edith veshirbs 


c 
as9 se ¢ ATwarpeat AREA —Soaciees 
= sutabie for piemat or ex- 


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mont agit tee - i 
Sas ce f : 
end ict Water GLORGETOWN—aAr 
Z a, hs. 


recep 
aca entertainime De. pore 
LORGETOWS— Two 
pears 


snares ener .-| GELMARC 
TOWERS Sau IE PSETR™ $81. 75 and nd $84. 50 


—— 
1998 COLIMSBIA BD NW 


| Delese Eiflic. Apis 383 
De luxe i-bedrm ap 4 1s OO 


Also Beautifully Purn. Apt. Avrail 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
Aiur T Spd 2-bedtm a0 Ra 
mes all * aed, mctudes 2 Shere Sear ahaa 

50-892 mestat-con.ral rolled rooms. 
CHEBAPEAKE TERRACE GELMAN CO = ST. = ‘6572. 
62 4TH ST SE 30. 32-97% 


Solve Your School 
Problems By Moving To 


QUEENSTOWN 


2 BEDROOMS—*83.50 = 
1 Bedroom . AAS 


SEE AND COMPARE 
Best Valuc, Largest Apartment in Area 
Excellent fomen Just Over D. C. Line 
Spacial Express Bus to D. C. 
Centers 


1019 15 St rw 


COLORED 
1811 Wyoming Ave. NW oes 


2 rooms. kitchen ead beth 
Hest traneper- 


peat 


teria end shoppina Gee Janitor ‘Sule & 6 ers 
H L RUST CO RES 
oe 


— <a> oe 


ON SE NW. 


OPEN DAILY “TIL 5 P.M. 
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ‘TIL 7 P.M. 
RENTAL OFFICE 


3301 CHILLUM ROAD 
. 72533 OR AP. 7-0980 
SAMPLE APARTMENT 


tel 2-seth rambler $175 month JA, 
3-4035 3807 Nellie Custis 


ot i 


. _ full 
ment with . fm. 6115 me 


Te Chereh. 3- 
rr entire room 
Puller Groem Realty. 
FAR : ; Sevrra’ de- 
iraplie 2 or 3-de_! 6. 90- 
5 Some immed 
ak ve he ALAL © 
BETHESDA 4FTA—Eecelient§ joc 
3 ordra Zon ist fi > bah 
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4220 Matthews Lane 


KRIST TOR 


IMMEDIATE 
OCCUPANCY 


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$i55 

GEORGETOWN : 
Small 3-bedrm. rembie 
C ALLEN SHERW LN 
3 4450 . es... ry — i 
s SY. NE. 1ee6—7 deere 
porcn. Sack yar $55 
4- Ps a 
Filia CHCRCA Vik 
extra ler : 


ec uilp"' 


garace. immediate ox 

GOERORGE MASON | 

JA 4-140 

FALta CHURCH Ais 
rambler. ftenced rd 

bus. shops. JF 3202 
ris reac 
one wae ne . 


7 
> ae 


public school, 1 bik 
Rental $100 mo. < 


Seveu 
Bedroom brick 
; Sicathmor 
dish washer 
ten. OG 


' tile * £135 3 
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decorated 

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L Hanowrtl 


. 13988 Sieck. Bui 


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WASE. PARK —cCharm ing town Bouse 
with sarden by. Tm din r 
library with full bati 
2 vet Vacant 
Mies Corbin. DU - 
- 624 SANDOZ. INC 
_ b-drms ity 
; c rw Cicne 
es. trans 25 
BRALTY. gk ae 
IGAN PARK 


$ tiecks north of new Provwifence 

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; $100: CALL MR 


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consider elites, TU 23-7178 
RIGGS PARK AREA 


32 SHERIDAN ST. NE 


"=" SFPICE. DESK SPACE. 


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space tn nev. moo 
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REALTY ASSOCIATES CO JU. * 


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$11,950-G. |. | sass 


NOPSTH AICHIGAN PX. 
KNOTTY PINE PEC. RM. 


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*4421 N. H. AVE. = 


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SA §-%39 Distiactive 3->-¢ 


B2ICK_$995 DOWN 
— [wn pey=? 2-7 [. ¢ 
245 Missouri Ave. NW. grail oe 


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633 G ST. NE : 


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of Conneecti- rc 306m Sate roo 
*Tenter, | 40%. $19.950 Gi or conv. financing. 

LANGLEY PK. AREA 

Brick rambler. Liv. rm. din ‘ 
> ita kitchen. MM 

* bDedrms. and beth, 

be completely tiled 
Cle 


finencing. 


TY Co, 


3-4552 
71-4501 
A beart 

home 


$295 DN. AND MOVE IN 


2 btedrms. full bemt. large lots 
nice condition 
SIGLER & CO. LO. 4-838} 


~ 


3-Bedm. Al!-Brick Rambler 
In «@ = as ma of indl- 
beautifully finished a “ 
to echeools and tran 
. pes Sonn pg a 

&. rh nd su x . 
: aver at $18.40 KOR- Graham & Co. JU. 5-6010 

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UNUSUAL SPLIT-LEVEL 


neo’ 
53-3062; if oo 


a 
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rm. 
lim wood - 
ra 5% 


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=~ 5 Tull baths. 


; ancing 
Graham & Co. JU. 5-6010 
$1000 DOWN 
ne to Floris. but! § RANDOLPH HILLS 
ast . 1 Se? JOuUN RF >-bedroe 2-bath briek rambler: 
GLEN WICKS —Sbedee bea and. Me om. full > 
[mr rembier: 3% bathe: * oecre 2. 4H. 6-775 
Ce - f+: i.*lec. ku 
salx- t sd bet 
— oO 4 ’ 
. ’ 
cytes; SO BEAUTIFUL! 
, laree 
14.309 Osonce and convenient. Near park ares. 
over RA 3-583 te “All brick three bedroom home 
GUENWONT—¥-bedras, Cape Codin established area. Extras in- 
= © large ¢ eo clude recreation room, with half 
h, huge patio, screened porch 
ly landscaped lot. 
$18,950. 


JAMES C. CONLEY & CO, 
9525 Georgia Ave. 
JU. 9-4134 


Ss «¢ 420. 
room 


bed 
| fenced let 


earece 

maicer offers 
Genem PO 2-4376. _ 

GUNMONT ncrTs.—A dandy brick 
reamabier A marge bedroom: 


beauti 
Terms. Price 


NEEDED 
$18,000-$24 500 


Trade 
fae 


bow 
DON'T WAIT TO SELL 


Tour present equity 
Coen peraeest on new 
- 


FHA AND Gi LOANS 
30 YEARS TO PAY 


New Hare. eve ex- 
te traffic 8 


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: tot. Oo 
chased, with inisum town 
eR Eas c 
FREDERICK W. BERENS 
LES” INC NA. 8.5000 
REDUCED for salt wl! 
° New trick ram ' 
i ise. rime. ms. 2 
ai* ae ine. 10113 Peles 
Sis z » 2% . 
oo CREEK GOLF cou 
™ DAILY. FRANK D. ERY 


OPES DAILY 
SAT. AND 8UXN 


LEE FREW PLATT 034-555. ALi 
JU. 9-708 Completely Air-Conditioned 
___ Ba. 3-60 BEDRM., BATH, IST FL. 
Sbetrm” bree tan” NR. SCHOOLS AND TRANSP, 
_. NO. WOODSIDE 
OPEN SUN. 1-6 


This delightful home. almost new, 
hell plan hes very lates 


imine room. § 
beautiful ell- 
th breaktast 


3-7 
1-7 


4-3494 


C2 sf *o3/ 


-PuCom : 
attractive =~ levei let 


Bemin 
TY Ave 


co 
Eres. EM 2-117 Open sien on right 
redecorated oricz a — Graham & Co. JU. 5.6010 
ze owt : Se —— LLL TT 


Ecatenear caflémmes. frui 
LUCKY SEVEN 


ca lg , inc, 
GEO. W. 
ROBERTSON 


to 


#7022 
everything 
y CER. 

2-4 4 


to non-vet 
a. ram- 


+ 


; <9S0 ¢ ww 4. 
bik. off Viers 
tole 


Pah 


*~_ 


roca cash 
a occupancy. 3 
ct. fenced yard. 
scheols 


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Mai CUrrd. ES 
io Semt. me 
ee BON AN 


acarnet 
goa ei; “hen 
a ement. popes. By. rm. 
ta. mm. th Price, $1590 


+ - 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD) 
28 Saturday, September 15, 1956 — ) 
SALE SUBURS. HOUSES 67D. | SALE SUBURBS. HOUSES 67MD. 


rads Nem cote re 1605 MYRTLE RD. 
rge combination it 
ftehen. 1 podrms 

: another a 


ct, “Abe AS ps 
cA 


ARM 


Beautiful 3-bedrm and. 
on 3 acres of — i 


c r 

freeze front and > | can occu 
porches: suitable for sub- to schools and 

divid ing: act promptiy | cellent VA, 


rIN 
C. ROBERT GRAY & CO. ig ou. .2%,, 
—2i6_Buenorth Dr. —#¥. 9-610. | to Myrtle. re Sw oob 
REAL 


“CONVENIENT” 


Three bedroom 
Full basement, 
room, lar level fenced 
yard; beautifullly land- 
scaped. This home is in 
excellent condition. Con- 
venient td schools, trans- 

tation and shopping. 
Price $15,950.00. 


JAMES C. CONLEY & CO. 
9525 Ga. Ave. JU. 9-4134 soir | level i ts ea what Serer ce 


| hor =. e . “om 
kit... garace. 


Rent with Option to Buy or. 
2 bath. jarse itv 


- ; : 

storece, la 

in tbemt. Only $25. ’ 
: be pied 


rambler. Grive ares, just 4 & 
recreation | ¢owntown Silver Gprings 
| Parmen side 


5.930. A J 


ard ced with rs a 

+ ™. Roed jo. table space kitchen. 
JU. 85-6010: eves.. JU al value at 817 
ER A JU 


DON’T MISS THESE 
4-UNIQUE HOMES 


NORTH CHEVY CHASE—$24,300 


VA Spereree Like new, bedroom 3 beth rambler wi 
room spentae leyel to garden and 727- 
equipped kitchen with eating space. Garage 


BETHESDA BRADMOOR-—E24, 650 VA Approved) 
and ‘',-deth o Nee-new brick 
room — a With romh ly ar, ene-eee 


den 


screen 
with fireplace. 


PARKWOOD—$28 500 


UBLE-DECKER 


: bedr 4. 
itehen with good 
overlooking ut! 
garage; huge level walk-ou 
ecaped lot with pati 


D.C."S BEST RESIDENTIAL AREA 


Manificent custom ranch rambler in the tow 40's. All room 
of patio. Paneled li 
ate Painine room. 3 
, rr deluxe baths completely tiled. equi 
rec. room with bar, maid's room. laundry room, and 


DOUBLE LOT 
with large modern 


ruction 
aptly breakfast space and picture window 
f ul ie LL vered breeseway and 
. On beautifully land- 


Suse cedar storage ¢ 


ANDRIS REALTY INC. 


OL. 2-9070 
OFFICE OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 9-9 


¢ ; 
: of 


vert) Cod: full 
Tevet lot: £9ee $ years old: asking 


iinet 
Sore 
bdsm 


pal | BEDRM. RAMBLER 
5 ye 
Lee. hiv é ol 
tabien Le-size. ee. a bath: 
siso 35-ft s rm : 
%y co * wala” Demt. Sereen 
am ae, main ae A 
RF Peer . 
40 : 
$200 DOWN | 
or non-G!l—Like ney: ote: 
rm. rambler on level A- A 
kerest location. ay $10.00 | 


Near 
basement 
éown 


5708 DOWN TO Tom NOW OF 


S700 dora L 
ee ~~ 3-bedrm. 
ae im C¢ 


“VACANT 
4 BEDROOMS 


Ceo6. 2 full 


a extra eee a. 
Gown. we. 6110. o gona. 


oS striking — end rede ier 


— 1 ye 4 ~ -h 
room. fully 


48 4 y Fy bed 
all Mr. Leos. 
: A truly fine value at $24. 
ma. SAT. & — 


out tind jampshire ave — rieht 
right at Rises 


rm... 
[= b, 3 bedrma a& 
tamily =, oniidron 


“SUNI NNYBROOK 


Balto -Wash 


@ Bal fo 
biwikwjat 


" 
arm. 


FFIE, HE. 4-3040 


ee. 
uiet, oadetnd 


nancing ay able. 


| WegT | mi as 


kit_; auto. ‘ws 
and doors 


mn rm... or 
orm La 
oienced ; me 


Woodside ‘Ramblers 
OPEN DAILY. Tite DARK 


Balt 
re. we Grocnbett . ans t 


Wor 5h co 
__/_AP. 7-1400 TILL 9 PM 


“| session. Open eves peter J. Ldoen 
N ~mageoed 
CLOSE TO D. C.—3-bedroom 
vacant: mere ‘iat with h deposit: | ete: 
rm. din. 
a 
t 


at | level, rage. "deal, for workenen : 


RAM 


=e, 
Lt 


|HOMES WITH ACREAGE 


6- 
and acres: oh.w. 
rambler 


REAL 
. 6-5456. RE. 6-7488. LU. $0112 


"4 "HOME AND INCOME | 


7 
Dir.: Out 


to Spocenspera 


“| turn-off, setbow —wy rd. 
tes of Sunn 


yorook & 4 


“OAK SPRINGS 


« =—_ trees. 
st oe, one 


| BURCH REALTY CO. 


[=o Ss “th 9 PD. m. Aft. 3 o. m.. 
S641. HA. 2-9079 


yy? ¥ $1508 


bat 
a 
Se a 
mo on oe 


£9) din tm 
am) 


"Phone until & p. 


ian BRITT 


$750 DOWN 


Clean and pans aan 7 
=, ‘om Beautiiul levet jot. 
a 


a priced at 
aoaine GI 4% _ trust. 


smt. end ee A sae kit. Juss 
ted, so call & 


$12, COO Ss08 & COWS 


ze anyone 
fhe "to ine cigeein, at 
the mblotely Fen ofa Jon, plus 


FORCED sige 


Montgomery County | Mentgomery County 


Montgomery County 


SMALL ESTATE 
KENSINGTON, MD. 
6 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS 


BETHESDA AREA 
RAMBLERS, Oren 1-6 


i ba 
place and 
cellent construction 
convenient - 


b 
late occupancy va 
pmee and ecnventional fi- 


beautiful 


BUY OR RENT 
$99.50 MO. MOVE IN 
$600 CASH BUYS IT 
BRICK RAMBLER 
$12,950 GI APPROV. 


Seautifci Willamsbare “ar 4 


INVEST 


Vermont Ave. 


A 
nancine aval 


Fg “evel 19 


with fruit. 
chestaat, and. 


Dolly ~~ ay 
pes of ire trees | 
aa —at 


ton iy to wage vine aoa SUNS AVE. 


E 
cone INVESTMENT CO. 
RE. 7-6650 


SETHESDA, 5 3 Southwick ot 

osraset ..* a. 
NI. Cony te oe 

an oe oe led firepl in liv 
in 

rm... sttic. Bemt already 
. 


: 
e\) 


$15.250 Rock Creek Highlands | 


32 BEDROOMS. 2% BATES 
SPLIT LEVELS $17,775 


Immediate Occupancy 


BETHESDA, MD. 
NEW 
GRUVER COOLEY 
COMMUNITY 


RAMBLERS 


AND SPLIT LEVELS 
60-DAY DELIVERY 


BETHESDA 
OPEN, 2 ‘TIL 6 
6516 BRADLEY BLVD. 


new a. level with 
. ree © separate 


car garage. 


A. V. PISANI 


_REALTORS OL. 4-7500 


7916 CHELTON RD. 
4 BEDROOMS—2 BATHS 
ONLY 
$18,500 

Co sential. 


GRUVER COOLEY 


co. 
NA. 6-1 TIS 


OPEN HOUSE 2; 


WOODED LOT 


‘ 


right 
7 Fae 


Northwest act Co. 
REALTOR OL. 4-667 
rT 
¢ 7 “* 
eutente®. 
Cc evy 
“Com 


; 
Beautiful room 
years old. == 
| = 
7 : 
(inancing : 


SS okie soree ee 
stm. & SS eee] OPEN SAT. & SUN,, 1-6 
swimming weal. pean Esa tee 
Open 


more ave 
$259 No 


eqcnts 
CONGRESSIONAL 


wae “LEO! ‘KOLB Co. 
32-2100. 


HILLANDALE FOREST | Mary Weather | 
OPEN Homes 
TODAY 


, BEST BUY IN 
2 SPLIT-LEVELS MONTGOMERY CO. 
2 RAMBLERS FABULOUS NEW 


SPLIT-LEV EL HOMES 


| 


‘ 


| 
| 
| 


Dri 
suite ave. tg Powder 
ae 


7 tie 
FREDERICK W BERENS 
SALES, INC. JU. 7-7700 
SPRING BUILDING 


“North Chevy Chase 
OPEN 2-7 


SAT. & SUN. 
$800 CLIFFORD AVE 


ONLY$350 DOWN VA 


| 
| 


: 
: 
: 


) 


1622 BALTIMORE RO. 
ROCKVILLE, MD. 
Ss OPEN SUN., 12 TO 8 


Lai 
"FREDERICK W. BERENS 


OPEN SUN., 2 TIL 6 


VISIT 
THIS IS IT! 


a dn. sere vin 


gows., sera Rea! Ey 5 


convenient 
gene. im area sdjoining t. 
inier,. 


ALL BRICK RAMBLER 


Appreised $14.600 GI. 
down to vet or $2 


ts nt. 
t. wide level 
rkeway at Cheverly 


THE PERRY BOSWELL CO. 
WA. 7-4500. Realtors 


settlement) ts all 


i. storm widows. yt 
lot. 


. oe ek 


. money 
own — 3-bedrm. 


; odenlaly nevmene $95 
234 
.b 


some frame. nie 
lots and rans 
to $18.950 
TOR 

~0112 


FOUR-BEDROOM 
| BRICK CAPE COD 


7406. 16TH PLACE 
LANGLEY PARK AREA 


cnt arenas 


| OPEN SUN: 1-6 


see 


ROBERT E. LOHR Peters Real Estate Co. 


Sur Seh°% TUL P MRA 6-2600 NA 8-0742. Gat. & eves, WA. 71-4251) 
Sur 36th Yr of Dependable Ser: 


- assume 
jarge ot a: 3-bedroom waien) 
od. S450 


Convenient to NRL. Andrews sand 
/ Air Force Bases. Bouth- 


ty CO. INC. 
5555 Livingston Rd. 4. ae 
10. 7.3600 Lo. 73-2601 


(An important Pubilc Statement) 


Windsor Split Levels 
$19,990-— 


This ts not s typical subdivision. We don't need « full page ad- 
vertisement te tell you that only twenty CUSTOM «pitt levels are 
tins constructed amid massive trees on large lots in Montgomery 
County's most convenient location—about five minutes te Silver 
Goring. A new multi-millicn-doller shopping center is within twe 
blocks; the elementary school and recreation center at « stone's 
throw; Suburbem Express at the door: and twe walking blockd te 
D. C. Transit. A few select wooded lots remeining! 
mt 

Over 1608 sq ft. of family ving space—3 king-size bedrooms— 
3» daths—e magnificent living room—epen hearth firepiace—de- 
‘Mghtful kitches eff the huge family-dining Teom—rauited-cell- 
img entrance foyer—many other desirable features, 

‘ 


Come out this week-end. befere we completely sell out—Drive out 
Georgia Ave. er Connections Ave Extended (Kensington-Wheaten 
R4)'te the Wheaten Ghepping Triangia, left om Viers Ml Rd. 
ee ah Sa ee ere 


"SUBURBAN PROPERTIES 


DO IT Ye eegedh 
oe ieee tie 
Pepatring: ee em es 
SUBURBAN REALTY CO. 


oS 


a: 


Picce 


“3! $19.550 to $23,300 


everrvthing | 
EFALTY Co 


with) 


67-foot rambler, basement! 
and i7 ecres.' 
a 


Cod <7 


; ay 
ae Isting No. 


gh oy let op 


ne 


room 
3 saoas’ to yhfinished a 
. Wil ge Gl or FHA mili 


LE — Large 


comomey peness:) 


ap Cod oaks. 
den 


{ acres: beer 
rambler, 3 ‘as pact 6.950 
cash. 


operties sre only « 
wit have for! 


000. 
get more for your ——— 


MOORE & MOORE 
URB. 


tr 
Po ot "rs ne tTae 


ho 
sale. from 


67VA. 


ae wa et 2-bedrm. 
New All-Brick Homes 


lot with r 


eS... eae 


wit 


Bir ae 


8800 cash will 

rambler with liv. 

eating space in Kitchen ; 
ed ch, ‘%s-acr 


min 
ta. pours, ie. fenced ia No 


m. 
ae tae ie pat 3 Bae 
agents. $13,500. rae 
ARLING : 


ic 


| Pluss 


.| Neat wDite frame, Cape 


Ame lst trust: 
ional loans on 


entrance: nae A 


. LERNER & OO. 


CUSTOM 
BUILT 


Lincolnia Hills 
Open Daily, 10 ‘Til Dark 


’ 


na ! 
Pirections er 
S| ae + ¥- ima 
CALE Sate 
M. - RY HILL & SONS 


| A. ois” * Fh ccos0 


| brick aqme features 4 bedrms.. 2 
_ batt firepl breeseway and car- 
on over. YM acre of grounds: 


yment. 
. Clinton. oom ealy $19.00. 


ALEX. (King at. 

decorated 3-bedrm 
vacant; move in today: no finane- 
ing Sg — 
: “ies 

. 8-8600. 
TY oO 

— ens area. 
| Seer Mos brick, 2-bedr om. sem idet.) 
Toe aes Towers — © wae 
Ha Very 


-pwrerte aries of Fatt at fon. 
ee fe; 


it tile fost: eg 
E: kit 


thi 


for 200. 410.300, N fee fs 
5 BEDROOMS |e 


Brick home, Woodlawn Manor: 
-W 


coded lot. Cony. to Be!-| 
Pentagen. ess. 950. Terms.’ 


Belle Havery Area 


New — level, 31-ft, ree.. rm. 2 
fireplac \% baths. fully air con- 
merete driveway. car- 
er features. $26. 750.) 


) DOWN 


in Jefferson) 
. Pull base- 


to Pentagon. 
erms 


’ 


twin-size 


sell. 


| heat. 


COUNTRY CLUB 


fled 
GEO RPh H. RUCKER CO.| 


ALL BRICK RAMBLER 


| : iull Desement: 


eae Na trl Joesah W. Seay Co. 
Realtors. 


'FALLS CHURCH 


Just reduced 63000; beautiful liv. 
rm. firepL. with twin picture 
windows, ia p Gains 3) 
ims. de 
titchen. a of closet 
bullt- tf erage. Tall stately 
beau sca ‘ot 
sehaenat , *. Pric 
Cali for appointment. 


uxe 
na 
rees, 


with 


* 


CHALLENGER, 


¥. ACRE—$18,950 


Vitra modern 2-level home with 
entire bemt. finished = 


quah berms 
room, pilus 2 picture aeaetieas|§ 
soeeare S spome, reverend ying ing 
window. de lux 


tein a —~ 
7 v n 
that , cellent 
evalla 


ecorresDo 
ble. 


HIDE-A-WAY 


RETREAT 


PRICE—$23,950 
ded end hidden rambier of 


Hot-water 
condition 
# BESRIAT REALTY co, 


| Beshere Derstogers. ee _ §-6200. 


RAMBLER—fac 
ways the W 

on a deau- 

er landscaped 112x140 ft. lot 

4 Scene custom home. JUST 

FOR A QUICK 

2.500 


POR 632 
prsvrrien 

BRIGGS, Realtor 
NOTON Si lee Hey 


fra ae BECRMS. "i 


SPiIC AND SPAN 
Speaking of bargains nere's ene 
7 s hard to beat 

placed livin room 
din. oa. and equipped xk! 
bedrms. and bat 
2 exc bedrms. an 
floor. Pull bemt 
level lot with trees 


rseresTesh & 


This is your target for today =. 
meat 5-7 
yy s _oul-de- sac ' 


the fair- 


*| 


aed 
tein 


—— Neat 
iete GE Stches: ideal i tT or 
tne er small ag 8 


munity < of 


ee ea 


JA. 6-8585. 


BELLI REALTY Co. 
ANDRIA 


Arlington's Best Buys _ 
THIS OLD HOUSE 


HISTORIC SOUTH LEE ST. 
Barly brick Colonial town house 


outside entr. 

Characteristic woodwork. flooring 

and hardware. Brick-paved pvt.’ 
arden. eX Wharton & Potter, 
c, KI. 7799 11. 


(has been 
br.! trie f 2. “—- 


=" 


x13 1 rm.. 13x 
se modern ——s 


m.| $0 win-sized bedrm 

full on with 24-ft sanciod cub 

| Tm, 2-car ¢ cares Walk to schoo 
and shops. . $17,950. 


GLEN CARLYN 
$19.500-—-Why pay rent when »F 
from 2 quality-baiit 
capes Be 


$80 MONTHLY | 2" 


Just off Memorial 
3-bedrm. je SF vom 


lege. jot 


ve P| 7: nial 


Mey mae oo ae 
and bus. May fo OL at ved - 


Mrs. 7 "s BO. §-5508 


Barry Org. 


KI. 9-078) 


acre Jot. 
pecrms.. 


.. oe 
17958 Ataume Pee ths % 


— & own 
ot here is your golden oppor- 
li you hav t 


; 


a $] 35Q, Non-Gl—$82 Mo. 


bead ae ta rs sto 


& cul-| usual t 


t} BEDRM. 

ou) turing « arge ’. rm. 

| area, de luxe kitchen with break- 
lubroom 
homes 


\ 


ctorm wine 
| Bet.-Bun. 


Un- 


s inlaid Colonial 


| $19.950—You won't believe your 


le . 
eaktast space and 3 lovely 
ull t. with sem! ‘sie 
s 6 
beautiful eucher-fenced yar 
detached garage. GI AVA 


AIR CONDITIONED 


GI $21,950—Quic ) 
be had on pins, outatgndine 
fea- 


dining «| 


) 
: of 
“haa J. "FISHER & CO. 


fast space and « huge .ciu 
-s = om & 


} Sooo 


FAIRFAX ° 
$400 Down—Veterans 


schoo VE $Y CONVENIENT 
eitae ie 
COLONIAL HOME 


Ré BRICK RAMBLER 


-bedrm. rambler in Hoillin Mall 
h seperene ae im. 
otra | 


~. 
yonpet 
omnersh 


oe 
J. "Wesley Buchanan, Inc. 


JA. 4-1155 


8-0777 


= fie REALTY CO. 


COUNTRY CLUB AREA 


e offer 
ol a Vrully sir-cond! 


or $87.73 
| sii ido. < 1 160. Gusss er trang eet offer | 


; pt . 
tyled 


, Teaowatet CIxco 


i 4° min. 


- ete 


Just 10 min 


| Coz 

| 3 
sun 

tting. n 

a. ? ms : REAL 
A ll Inc. 2 N. a 

¥ ul 9. 

fenen ar. V N sar —&n ab 

tractive brick ++ of auality’ 


can br 
3-| rage. Two ‘e-acre lots can fully 
} fenced. 


Bilis: excel 
owner we, 


| : fio 

Fua.s,) SxFtck 

Reel. Ginen cing: stle | by + 
Ege fe 
Open 9- 


WINCHESTER WAY ot 


Les Hwy. 


5 baths, 
con- 


neat st-ee 515.806. 
ia oe gareinat OR AIRPORT 


wy OtSeab "Se7 
Mannas Rity., JE. 2-3110 - 


DARBY’S BEST 
| NEW BRICK RAMBLER 


| In eneige Be  Attingsen, rest residential 


area. ve, Fate ons or 
Ba ise yam ail. living 
with firepines. dining "om ectens 
= of home uxe kitchen in- 
re ¢ shwesher. disposa! 
baths. 
-im 


FRANKLIN PARK AREA =, with rough 


+ eo full-bsmt. brick Jembler RICED AT 826. 
ase gay About acre Ww n Sat. Sun., 12 +i 7 
uu 


| quired. w Owner. Fore ess re Bes ee ¢ *) 
wicber:| | HE DARBY CO. 


ifvisie re. with 
‘\2319 WILSON BLVD. Ja. 6-9293 


i » ~y si3, ore byes 
$950 DOWN 
NON Gi 


a mA HILLS 
a? clean & thls 


GOODMAN DESIGNED 
2- Soatm, 


112 W. Broad St. Falls Ch 
28. 2-9020 


a foamy’ ’ a best describes 
split-level home 


beths. Descriptive ot 
trees and beautiful 
Very 


995. Fo intment te see 

this home c 

Stanley R. Rowland Co., Ine. 

120 E. Broad St. Pails Church 
JE. 3-333) 


| Seeeee in Cape Cods: 
replace, cuparals 


financing: 


CONTEMPORARY 


sly Ne 


J am her qommvent 
wih a ve ciose te 
3 
a tew , 


many extre features of this 
lovely house. app at 
$19,650. 10% and removable 
collateral down, approx. $100 
per mo. 


tioned ? 
room rambler with dishw « 
end disposal as ‘ 


will give many © 
of autumn 
gaty and 


12.750 
— This is one = the largest i- 
— el houses 


in this age "Ainiare have 


22313 Wilson oxt. 


i , 


collateral down. Approx. 
per mo 


TOWN OF FAIRE 
DAZZLING RAMBLER 


ee — s A a. same ares 
homes from 


ROBERT C. “DAVENPORT ie 
_REAL ESTATE . 


INGLESID ae mbler , Be ot) 


+ | beat. 
Term 


ER REAL, is-| 
oyal e. 
~1912 or OV Siete 
N MANOR 

| gan of $10,100 


ssume 45% 
+ —~ _.. — brick 


3 


and base- 
Anchor cunees | vans. or 


APPRO 
ARLINGTON l REALTY 


2300 Wilson Blvd. JA. 7- 
OPEN SAT. & SUN. 


N. Arlington 


Brand-new bene 6 Ut levels under 
— ive 


on 


sEFFE dec.;: _ semidet.; fenced vera 

hl: patio finished reer. rm 
ll-down ‘attic Ree storm 

wistows, 1 . from school. $2. - 


gorgeous Get 
rom. by driving out 
| Glebe rd. to 

rm right to our sign, or call 

rm.. family-size electric or detals 


ren. ful is oetien HOMES REALTY 


Cod only 

rm. in 
laces. at 
~~, 1 es 


2160 N_ Glebe Rd % Brick Cape 
room ram- 

bier. fc , carport,, ment. 2 firep 
Teepacet, ny extras;| * * rr 
180-foot lot by builder-owner:| 


$7, Pepe Fria CROWELL ECO, "INC. 
it, ist 
arase. ser. 

bemt. 


fine homes avail. 
6-4161. 


AnMER Sa 


—_ 


and pe |  roumnes 


y 
bedrm bi 
d ri sent. 


s.. 
a f 
—— Benatiial tree-st 
7. 


with fire- 
= arey 


construction. Livi 
te dining: 


=Easy Terms 


ASSUME GI LOAN 


te 

den. pull-dow 
aitie. wemvo-ven Carpeting, ce- 

tile bath 


ramic 
eczeway to overs a 


andsc e 

= a eee 
approv 
REALTY. Kt al = 


NORTH ARLINGTON 
Crd -faeioned room sizes 


a = Hn 
th terme. 


t Bemt. 
2 = 


7, '.. din. rm. 3 
rec. . 


id ’ 


“Be DIVIDENDS ae | $1500 ot RECIPE ~ SAC It | ¢o =a 
ance eens Tez, Heese Pitet.s St For Good Living. Stee rome as 0c it Maw on Sunday 
se ot 19,- - Searme.” 4) irent: home cade thle beeu re. bis. itv. rm. ; ITLAND |. ~ Consus. 

"eh 6. | San : mo plete a w tttehen Aish washer. Take 3 good bedrms., room on : 
wee ee pod ae sues | 
rms. a a shower off the master rooms. . 

usar sing | amie pel wt Gots ge East Side 


ai ving be with fireplace, an up- 
; to-the-minute kitch- 
pee en with family break- 


|Mannas Rity., JE. 2-3110 


, woo 


ons Fact antenti immed fast space, and a full- 


treet ing. 
last et: olf M. A Hailey, ia 9.7944 sized dining room. ~ ie : a * JUST, are ae 


a Place over @ truly 4 benvenientiy lees located ar nr. Pt KS rag BS ao ; A 
WIDE wa oees wi’ Sake THE COLONEL IS MOVING | “avlight basement, | hay commaling a Ee ane Rot win RE = Pi Ce I) bet 
rl L and y ° RORSCHACH his de lyme white brick fompier on lous recreation room GRACE A. KE Kanw 0 6812 Lee . 2- ors | Biest Gail NRE M G 
OPEN SPACES | Bee TE ee sion "| Go location: avaliable. $27.290. As- with @ ground level Ei._$.3288, ———_“_f-4204._'70UND THE Use you have been) ARLINGTON R ALTY | A ICALLY 
i¢ ecornices. 3 laree bedtms.. + iekaerngg * m nelahbornesd «ot | See, re “frei, romiiler | 2200 Wilson Blvd. JA. 7-9300.' A House Becomes a Home in | 378.6 £22" 
ete | BROYHILL |Eeremreeees| Sram te |e Gia SSR, Uk mete wes) STONE & BRICK | abet erat ote iow gn 
OFFERS : equipped : a in " oF and  werer, non, 109: Close In Because lots Lone — » 
|FINANCE WITH EASY | ipsa") | HAL) ih ehle Tor Bie miss sare the ‘ees ty mae 
Aa tn agh Sap ~—-Biesit | GI OR FHA TERMS ALABAMY BOUND] brass s sertys ts sells Ser Weise at hts atte, a] Abtin Ss, both,zear~rgund homey 
brick rambler with complete G8 ‘Things to ge 7 la cals tie a ip | | iiouhen Senos tu try’ be ast cons ite | Bence Be hse wa 
kivchep.' Tail basement. Large ion, Picture ! $0. cusToM- yates oe. a * muvD.| roe Own Er Oren Dare |e 68 1 a mend this beautiful or *: el 7 , wh Ne 
CAPE COD VALUE | | ins Bede's fist eat | Sa bom ‘get rete re | “A Bedrooms, 11 Bath | Sie‘terme” *! Te a | 


Shannon & Luchs Co. | Slostin SAiineisn fenton") 4 - conv. Las. fenced Jot. $18,800. ag ey sorsh.| DILLON LAND CO, 
305s, Wien Bivé. JA 6.0000. | Setrms. Z_tainer ful) basement a at bard BEST VALUES |5""g" gerachis co.| si" ari shila 


114 Ave. ° 
” pat ung be! Gi pee wn — gh eg TP 7 CORNERS m4 jae See an 82 . ON THE BAY 
Older Type Brick Home | A STEAL R het VA anoroved Sor ote | P DELIGHTFUL ot] end 
On 22 Acres | Mg the Country Club area. ne ait ae & cellent siepotse. ‘ i ols. ae wees pte ms. Con- $1. 3,6. 650 set ete Fate | 


- ret, Pe bh 
to hat "Vernon: jembler, hors Feo fib Pinewood Tr Ch 41178 Ma Re a HA: 1-7300,| Your 
i Prats Jigs) fal Meitnest garage "ase THAT $20,000 LOOK” | 9 50 DOWN. | nas Rity, JE. 2-31 10) gE Seren ad i ae a emt lh 
” FOR ONLY $19,750 | | <| be 7 
House and 42 Acre, | r BRIGGS, R It en ine! | | WEEK-END | Sees Private Sandee Abed, garde: euratandine Bans an vision © 
| IN WAVERLY HILLS ‘EDW.R.B ealtor s il basem . | LN, saeiee MARS. : 
$15,750’ | sampnoows. 270, nares ace 4A s0)_—_ cnt" Len ar. Sap isin hash "| Abate bear mticen:) «=, SPECIALS. ie Fie Sehvide “te Pernice Ade 
“Eh dae  tceeaimall | brie wpome Hituated yo REAL $800 DOW | ey TOF tg Bag equip. WILTON WOODS . te Hey. | ee end. , Daiding re. 
nh one o riington’s ; 4 ; 4-bedroom brick Colonis 
| = “imished rec. fm * detached] VALUE = thie fer he PHA anet oved bemt. ere is no catch to A ntl: pries $28,850. ee 
arage Newly decorated and priced. D ty brick charming home ty water and 
sone right at $23,500 | FOR YOUR MONEY ty sewerage.- Oniy $16 


oan uit ” page| , 
“DLUS” FOR LARGE FAMILY | will be found in this spacious. 3- ining * om N. Ar- ILLON LAND cc SPRINGFIELD AREA 


bedrm.. practically new brick ram- ston. rare oD ’ -bedroom brick-and-s wees enaeh ; , 

This distinctive Colonia! r. Pull basement. Large living A Naval com #9... mus i Yove alls and Va. tier, i. ist Gl $17,350. "Our, ou pave the yom to buy this 

Sturdy. ae ing. iong exclusive Braddock Heights area » Spe ane Ry . dream quick sale, Call JA. 5-9400. JE. 4-4 . . | f the 

freer wit with 5 custom ane = of Alsxensria, Poaturse rou willl 21.0 vara hy utilities. prised at $ : L : sa ait fot Fs 
~~ uke include 3 twin-size bedrms "316.600 "* Reasonable down ,  beareem. ee 


cM Haitey Je 2- 7944 | $300 DOWN f 
another 3 


26- I 
with entire qe low wall oe aif. 8 Guns rm. — e. emtelient 
==. 


ae Ryser, eg ht Reo 

aes Bs, CAL IA, 41900, | REA. ae 48900 ce i 

‘ a "ome. T. BROYHILL & SONS!|HHome, Business| %ette COLUMBIA PINES 
OUGRHOUCT. 4810 Lee Hwy. Arlington, Ve. __| 


7 
oeree. q- a am house: peparate r. * on Antique > ick, pofens new| 2:Pedtoom brick, 2-bath level 
2 =a — ‘lor on main s bedrm. has path. 


1 rm. 12520; 
community. Central sir-conditie front An| cus tom hom Cc my nese ie HOMES PRI YOUR 
: aac gry | carpeting | ieee ‘ols a eats for ony — a tre ul acre. re jot with tf trees. r Sess 
Arthur L. Walters, Inc. 42500 SS SS) = aa | pasment. akes| basemen BOB RINER 


mo. total payment | nt.” Ti var age 
‘ MALIZED  GERVICE. | 5-740 “MA Inwe Re or te | oe Richardson & Hall, “inc REAL ESTATE 
ee + ~ gus 1” YOU ARE ilcoking for « 2 7- Miller) 2: Estate. 2444 Fairfax. va. CR 3- “Ol nadio Bids., Ari. JA. 7-6108 TM > FL. 4-702) ' PL. 4-7022 


_ — gem 1 TO 6:30 SAT. 
kneckout new house with « | ee ee ee e 


$ , en Te Lee 8G = i ay River ra ba ens . Great Nis, PION STOCE LES A! .c 
touch of the unusual in its et i on he 2 A/ | ae: Hy olent ip bo, Pie wee. river at 
00 Down design. call us and let ws tel |] | - a S f oe | 5 a ’ . ; . . : . 
is 9 % cate ‘ SNIDOW -BUD 


7s this §3-bedrm. frame rem- 


) LDER. $- 
Oe 6 a ™~— PFazmra, ae gad LOBES oath vhf fax. x city water and peved treete 
have wunderpriced at 833.000. | 4 é ! mt. yo : Pemeinion foe 


| = : a | fout homes. Browne tan terms. 
HOLLEY REALTY. 5800 Lee ' | 
rest. "Mociniy payments far less 

hey. KE. &-5350. 


ARFAX, JE. 4-4900 _ 


oo 


: ~ —= elec , . 
| RETIRING? a Lorcom Lane | LAKE BARCROFT on Wh oo og 

, ; Ww. Re . : are Slene 

Fa rl | ette spelen belt te te cider ane: | ALEXANDRIA AREA ' . # one Diogk to © te brick.| Built snd tesaped br one of the mouse A : ii fainutes Of the | eta 2 
12-Pfus Acres paneled itving rm. LAKEFRONT RAMBLER! er Wie ale owetesel & area's best architects, this split-| 3 Given AW: sonal con: S| Priced $1506 each, * oa 

putt jee 4-bedrm_ house and Se place, kitchen Big en h ~4 , all convs Titel “ei-| 2 omes we have seen. Among its drms -— 3 . . : hs. | "MASON HIRS 

; hes “a 400 f\. @f ro ou . : ) 203 Por sale by owner. iA -7152 | many features are: A ) 
tage ou 


living-dining area with 1 


*fiesins : 
*, ti faces.” all-slec. : FALLS CHURCH block flooring. separated from the) bemt.. large ot A UN COUNTY Fi 
Pr ~ eal ( Estate new Tate nee. dishwash ear oane Gi APPROVED BS | {did counter: washer ta intl priced My eppr ox, g actes — > oad. 
' ligt . popee, design ‘ ; Immedia oe , mm. 2 mi. south of Rt. 7. sbout 
5800 Lee Hey. A. s- 12 saeeenees. PRR un deck. ni 4 pacion ms S-bedrooms | piete , and possible, 4th bed-| . ae Fae as a veh a ot.” cate, 
aio 68h ar ue . os ‘ ‘ porches > wi trees, 
Bui Ide rs! ‘Convenient to Pentagon — ~~ we oe in nerdwencde, “lopated” near school gran Milier” raée “é a den jand. fruit ‘ees ~~ ge ear-| 
4, ACRES — eupls 2 bodrm. row-brick $23, 950 , os Pitches’ wits apne eee | bu edt 5.008. pen a . tone 4 ateatee akeas = 
2. ke preserte fer cals — ” : : ; ~~ , ERECTION. South , : ’ Pdavlight © basement low xd Fee tists $350 DOWNLG = . Va. SP. 71-2078 
Sits Sey. “"Toepeolten only br : af - 7 ~ — Selena : eld ® at. is htt a a ok ore vane on LY at a left. 30- YEAR LOANS | oh A 
eopointnen!. 5 Ee “Sta fatei | 9 t@ OPEN house. pases and 5 Cavely 5 BS Al T. TLORDA “Tike Trogt; Ber Sie! 
Mi ler ‘Real tate . GORDIN-MENSH } 222, cae ee tither Ot wet aéskcen, Ve. EL. 6-2200. exandria OWNE' mont Fie. 
 STYLED—A ie ATE WANTED 
red les tne SO. 5-6790 PRICED FROM $19,738 Reproductions’ : 
gpemee section! “New Center Hall | ceatie homey o8 pemcinse Wwanicns|SAT.-SUN. NOON-DARK] op ~o. WILL BUY PROPERTY 
ae Rambler” . to Broad st. (Route 7) ‘t) Yo Falls Lovely new 3 and 4 bed- . ots” he oe 


trees. Lo 


| ALEXANDRIA AREA | aren, ans on Brose SS. room brick ramblers and 
cated aH - 50 Niery Bea tifulty situated in « OPEN is a sSeaneed “ipod split levels. 
. tet sth center hall rick rambler. with mI 1956 | Even... VS. 
rue = faristic “kitchen 7e-level ev Homes of | LARCHMONT REALTY, INC. $20,950 AND UP 


brisht. bears : 3 BRICK AND STONE |s. 4-3900. ct. 6-3163. JE. 3-1830.! Large living room uti is. 
Brick Cape Cod | stu tit, ccs hig agy yun tnese ettractive rambles te-| SHERWOOD PARK _ seat al x ee se Borel, ap 
: 2 ag try = tion; full dry daylight basement.’ ) ' ata : 


a en 
~ tire. oe this ene saree equipped ritchen. breaksacs 5 bullt—6 sold before completion.| fe 1 renege as 
J 


ook, counter-top range, eye- 
FOR ONLY $15,395” * 


ur a Walters, Inc. oven. oxford birch cabinets. stain- 3-bedrm. brick rambler, firpl. tn arrows to : > fu 
5 noe) ine we. co Se me. "full day- Snfo™ call MR. COONS 
—_ * fireplace; betkeases. 3] * ‘ | FREDERICK W. BERENS 3 50 Pare 
Onis thd San. Will mesons Di} rms. tied —_ vanitory:| $18 050 and 18 550 SALES, INC., JA. 5-2620 coer | ‘gat on itso ah 
bw" R BRIGGS, Realtor 
J 


Sa ot LAND CO. ; in ions: — ashington fol- Gr Sete tad canealosal OPEN DAILY 
BRR tS sar ern sie eageees 3 epen | Seteat tie Bed, es Ents] OPEN L BAILY 1to7P.M,| . SHIRLEY WOODS 


-BATH CAPE COD 
beautiful 7 Ha Fe — 4 = vat op a BELL REALTY C CO. it to gen corner ie Galley re: | Seiataseeet “te fist atures 8 Section & of . a ee 
> “ain S| | ‘This ust CR es —EL_$-1868__Realtors Tul 6) pak CO. Yd large bedrms. af | : Sa sors an seal 
pw | Dreciate, the p Yalue ofte = Glebe R4.. Ari. JA. 5-2501 | 24 peer.e er fms.| wood on Ae mo fears al tz bon F008. 
s - KREG UE: 4-4900|  *xxanonsa anes» (SHEEPE mousowm, Aaa — vn ieiaeele Saree, og) fot Tigh mak kena 
oe i" MNGRIFICENT" SPLIT LEVELS | dar. ..o0: in, Mi, ml Rieko Be avalon” gabe siaee eset ah 
exh. fa 7, Glebe 


msssive ' 
, G d 6th st. left to Ni new . if , . , 
Sis ola | trees. . ab rapt oT fe i "flow. niche. ga ~ i disp. auto. 4 n- . right to te 27th st, and bin and pease, itches ae . town: 5-rm. bungalow. corner 
ois S t= oe ru ool 3 bedrms.. 1% baths, ree- washer, barvecue pit. ceramic tile to 48357 27th Swe a | sah; 
, too HILL APMLTY D eethee Fm. SRS cnapesss fir.. 2 full be 3-ton sir-cond.; THOS. }, FISHER & CO," siete. a boyache open, eet te, timber. ises 
$1500 down to every one. as. oe t: $24,980 60, BR 8-9604. JA. 8-2661 an old” house | +. 
—Hener will wll w al a Yor evye-appes SPRINGFIELD. VA : ad Win, Sate Poe | Flos t Borders ayes 
G FRR oh at 814950 e and custom "comer: $16,950 A IEL CO. ha Ae oF vacaion prop. 43 
‘ ~y rs ‘ , Write or 


oapres am igeation aL a ihe] See . ee bedroom Dissetsene: South on U.S SPLIT LEVEL OPEN TODAY 


dieposal “tty unary vae| 1 'to “Route 236, left 3 YATES VILLAGE 1 ‘TIL DARK . “OPER } ‘TIL 
co. ak ‘sunion'|  DIN-MENSH OPEN sisns. (OPEN SUNDAY 2 ‘til 6 BER PTE 
| GORDIN-MENSH | ba“ teersen, of 204,03 Custom Split Level|_ 4 UTIES 


7 250 ROLLING ACRES 
erith reel, onp “és. rm uste e cabinets win- REALTY CORP - fire wall: TAKE YOUR PICK 
pstaerrn, instie tot deat | Ratan fk shall? can Ue SO. 5-6790 Se sient ties tie’ srainagye’ Saas | $94950 TO $26,250 Shae 
ie rat, ot.| out, | ® huge. shad ae: im atte. | ti with colored fixtures, 3 Bedrooms——2'/2 Baths | Dillon Land Co., JE. 4-4040 REALLY CHOICE 
th 


ipe “at, 843. 350.° Just completed ——a rect ngs, | BSMT., REC. RM., GARAGE HISTORIC C FAUQUIER CO. BAYFRONT LOTS 
“A a ela “right tick td. to : ton—528 beautiful roll- 
ur L. Walte Braddock Acres ee rahe ew to “eg 


c! & ieee i ES LSS orwell ARATURN 
PRESENTS } ms Sunday ‘til 6 p.m. | “LYNCH BROS. INC. | Bait™ = 3 SEI F 


— water. 
| oe -—e ~ velue. ae ic basemen ’ living with fir . 
levei | 


; . "| stound outside 
7 | \- full Bsmt. | %s bath. 3 bedrms.. tiled ° bath 
HERE IS ? . | living rm. with fireplace. dining 
St “\s . equip. kitchen. Storage 
“ ti - 
Suilk. Price 


BLUE RIBBON ae et 
WINNERS ba Se ene SULT MATE Yeonas Realty 
Personal Treasure of PR Ey a. be at poor hood if ‘ Wile a on, 02108. 


\Striking Perfection | Bigg) © Oo Oo JA. 7-6161 iA 78817 


Ses Estes | ANGEL PARK 


Fou feet st home mo- tions. Immaculate 3-bedrm. | OPEN, 4 Ph 
sea | | a ee ee ee nee OPEN 1 ‘TIL 9 DAILY 
| Rouge fee! Bar Ee #3 


ng $15, : 

iectric. ee: “HSE TS lhe best located semidetached homes In Norther Virginia on 

‘ ae - ty Beautiful T. Run Parkway 

- _ oa Road NICHOLS 3-8 5 BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN 
BRED NA 1% BATHS WITH BIRCH CABINETS  & 

REAL ESTATE CO. LARGE LIVING ROOM 12 CU, FT. REFRIGERATOR 
per from our BRICK RAMBLER 134 8. Wayne mK om Stats SEP. DINING ROOM pe GARBAGE DISPOSAL | 
pid of finer hp modern bamt.. & SODDED 


DAR 


THE TIME 


WOW! Pick your tot ead watch ea 
® 3-bedroom— 2's -bath w 
home 
5 


split-level grow. Each 


| 

~scre a i : ‘ 

~sined bed ae 

eagle Secament lerge} 
‘or 3 additional 


. University 
Max C. Schwartz i 


NEAR RIVERWOOD (| 44 27-1203 JA. 5-2444 _ 
88-FT. RAMBLER ‘as ae oo ‘DIRECTIONS: Qut King St. to Janneys Lane; Eel 


Home en | follow directional signs to 200 block oe 
2 Taylor Run Parkway. 


| _ BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS CORP 
OV. 3-5173 TE. 6-9272 69 acres, old house, electricity, barn 
ever) Level 


Has modern bitchen. full damt. LOTS FULLY LANDSCAPED remy Lauer 
Sa. Ba one: | ne ReN Tetare RAMBLERS FHA-AND VA APPROVED LOANS (eter Lal oY Sale ge SO at 


Lake os 


PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY 


| and chicken house. 
COLORED—SOUTH ARLINGTON ou 


$13,250—-Gi & FHA APPROVED 
New Brick Homes 
OPEN DAILY, 1 ‘TIL 6. 
SYS Ss eae ts 


TINKLE PROPERTIES | 
3-0442 CLOSED SUNDAY 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD paces SALE 
___ 30 Saturday, September 15, 1956 


87 ‘AUTOMOBILES WANTED % 


PENNY 


Pays More for Clean Cars 
Any aoe Cadillacs 


a ts Waa PENNY MOTOR, SALES 
Wilk 


1956 SKYLINE » 190-36 CADTLAG ~ 
42 Ft. 2 Bedrm. De Luxe ee 


a + eese de luxe Mobilehome 
thr nd bedrooms 


tires. 3-tone | 

sharp 5 : 
29-211. Pairtas.) 
22-5727 oF 


el hg 3S San ee ae Se cee Bee “a are 
: ars Ae Cadillac Olds ES Cadillac-Olds Co. ehat tk * Floss i Te Ee i 
a ¢ 


Sover 00. LBV A ef- snelared. be sURE TO 


HECK W 
ory. new Mack” tes. steering *| caroasn ‘Sy te reatona Salle Ken on-Peck Chevrolet | 
Salas & f| Saecnt. hoecial. $3895. COC Spar. delete eae *| with BE sone u bly 
: ardtep ge nes Peck Chevrolet 
Super ie an ‘Capitol Cadillac- Olds Co. eee. | 


low mileage. $3695 ack lv 

Black finish. FR 1222 224 baretee 93-2600, | er. Motors. 12th and R. 1. ; aaa 4 

rood tires a ag “Eocall rado very -65 is wages 8 cyl. Rk. ¥.,, S h 

out ay x. low extra Pull po er. Like new $4695 w~-* laren. "keel cond Pris ner.| 
R acker hachore. 


12th & RK. 1. ave! bh 79 Mo- 95. ¢ tact Bacar RE. 

sewer Boe: nya aa Me ip ontact 8. earus, | 

LLAC—i954 "82" coupe. Low 
Pwr uip.. radic. y heater, © 
-* ret Ae! sale by owner 

dealers, LU _| Srakes & steerin Less th 

CADILLAC “1p "Ge" coupe. - —. hb - Me a re 

tone ereen ower steering, power §3.040 . 

brakes. $3195. CCC gugrantee (LAC see PERMATIC MOTORS 

tai | Cadillac Olds Co, | sauipped pod Fa. Ave. BIJ. 4-4099 


bart ®) aes. Fs. tires. fende 
kirts. vent enmades. tc 
ccc 14 “WHEELER, 
ee 31-2600 Expo! Cadac: Olds Co. HEP eee Hates Chevy Chase Chevrolet REPS LYMOU matt nk 
~~ o& 
yy ! RL ae — Full power 00 | 3-4 


extremely low mileage; only oper. 
152 CADILLAC CHROROLE sg te sti! ag ca Pins in on 
suxe station 
R ind h. “Used Car’ an trace Sales Only ChR : — 
soeoee elaine ete CONVERTIBLE won 4 oar tel: $1995:  Preereides rae oa tes bie Regis hard! op. Fully 
M Me NEIL, oS : ; Xu Wi ur ne 

BETHESDA. . 8000. “I 
Paes $-door Biaek. 3 $1665 Full Price . n ROSENTHAL CHEVROLET 


bAST- WEST, Mo 
the Heart of Be-| het 
Glebe Rd. &. Columbia Pike 
49 2-dr. FR. arid D.: artingto Va JA. 7-6781 
ST. 3- Stas: "e —— Beautiful mist green. r.. h.. Nvdre- gton, _—! 
um . M | power steering, Continental 55 down. $19 : CHEVROLET ~be 2-ar. "6 


Cae ys si Fie New 
door 
pe 
ali-leather interior.| WOLFE MOTORS. 1991 * tone 
*55 OLDS —-$23955 
Super 


siler Hitch overload | 

brake control and wire. 
th of Gre 

te No. § Call, 


rd, Rts 
. J. 


15. 
y 
Va, | ¢-door; new paint: F, and h, 
oor | tires; 
good 


or 

Powerslide. fully paste. Excellent | € 

_cont tion. 4000 ork 
CaEV' 


VROLET—1959 2. Any i 


i= door “V-8.” 
pivped. 100% worenies | 
1319 95 do ANDY AD Me. 
720 Georgia ae ne ' 5-351 FORD VHEELE my UN 
: LARGEST wi ASRS Oe 
~1953 Bel Air 4-door 4800 Wiscons 


LFrT— 
strikine 2-ton reen fn- R 
hulls comsveey | including radio en ee ~'si New Yorker 


matic transmission sion. power brakes: origisal 


$95 ae" 


rf t.; 
new aluminum awnin Tela ave. anny A 


oupe. Every extra. 


he yu 


° " 80TO inane 
90-36 a & DODGE . 


vt on 6}? 6OR wilt DE Be DOWN 
s 950 a an CALL “oD 4-3" 


noenth _jetivered and « BLASS & CLARK 


wtilit 4 connect 
WANT ind Pia Ave WE 
late model 
taps: Ot oe cee 
(iF merry 


» es m 
32 super cont. R&H. thew ™ sic and -“% 100% “ruarantes 
-f)} 


low, 4 new tires, exc fully equip . 
2-6716. . 


6 
oenes 


o—.5 


Cash or trade-in your TO 
Mobilehome or Furniture wre not ae 


,_a= 


CK FOR CARS 


BROWN: MOTORS 


= RNTEDT 
IMPORTED 
USED CARS 
PREMIUM Prices Paid! Cash 
or Extra Large Trade-in 
Allowance! 


MG’S HEALEYS 
JAGUARS — PORSCHES 
AUSTINS HILLMANS 

MORRIS MINORS 

MERCEDES-BENZ 

MAGNETTES 


a or Treée to One of America’s 


HIELDS TRAILER SALES | ae 
oute No. 15 i. south of 
erick ' Shon COLL ECT 


Md 
MONUMENT 2-1145. 0. 


EXCEPTIONAL 
OFFER 


1956 eg net S %3-ft. NEW Be 

recognise this value. Only 

r month including BARA 
insurance 


$299 5 
CRUISER 31-ft. Twin 
Bee 


vad Baty” abr 
OTR 


- 
two- tone blue. 


4 Cher : steer, 
34 Chevrolet ; $998 gi 
ish; 2 & B.: Pewer 


seat covers. Leeks « 


"48 Buick 


4-ér. sedan: fF 
ew seat covers. Excetl- 


must sell air-cond 


x and H: ~~ 
na wind: 
; . blue 4000 =—s wr riginal one-owner 
bought for $95 down on r —ss 4 : miles, Cleanest car in town. 100% emetic 
credit, THE AUTO ‘ new tires. Seat overs “Heater 
12t its $1458 
‘ 4 


_ 
ton. garage-kept: powder blue fin- 4 


H. 
vrakes err 


ive. 

WAIN vat diis a ye 
sbure rd. ne WA. J 
CURYSLER- 1949 custom 
pe Bs: La p-200. new: 3 

6-27 Roper tor. 

“tf ave. ne im 
—Si V-E New Yorker 
hard top. 2 tome, F. 
w- 


aut _ trans. 


¥ 
srr eae oe, hon "$1634 FULL PRICE 
BILL DENIS 


sien y i408 Country HO. 52523 
Sarde Saran "50 CHEVROLET || 
10 Wine Ot SBA. aaa BES” G95 FULL PRICE 


| 
Car zs b Aste 
| 2-dr. sedan. tr. h. Excellent me-| 27 arts > <{* 
chanical condition Clean inside 
Cash or payments of $20 BESOTO—Idin cl =» ¢ cou up. 


De. 8200 2091 after 


| ~ Tay 7.7 


DEPOT &' including radio. hee 
bumper suards. 


R 
uareanteed  - writing for 30 days. | 
iy RP own 
DBLIV tam PRIC $229 
Oxié6 ALUM_O-ROOM CABANA with 
jalousie windows & a 9x20 sium 
tam awnin Over $1200 new 


23 Mobile Homes on 
orix 9-9 SIX DAYS & 


JACK BLAIR 


Maryland's Largest Soartan Dealer 
WH LAINS oi 
by A one Wat 4-46 

25 mi, So, of Washington on Rt. 30 


TRAILER PARKS ry A siesta Auto, i 
6 ACRES—Trailer space, prver 7th v bake Sts 


18 miles down Indian- 
? mo. Osll RE 


‘CADILLAC —"4) “G2” 4-dr., 


end "Se Poen- 
thee Convertibles. 
With and without 


Newport 


$2195 8 es Motor Co.. 
& up @ | 


tery _* = 


‘an@ Hydra- ‘SS FORD 


2 DOOR SEDAN 
full Pree $1495 ah er : 


Lew Down Parment Buy in v lean $795 
n Mae” | Rosenthal ‘Chevrolet 
one Rea. and Ool smbia Pike hovel 
heater. NO : \ r oe; RI. ave ne LA. 6-2700 
CHEVROLET —T585 Btation Wagon DE sOTO—1955 convertible. S200; 
na eater Piymouth 1955 Savoy. 2- 
tif ~| 2 hone “gree ] wner: FALLS CHURCH ; 
os ! —. equi pment; ext . clean Soto-Pliymouth 
hrougho wood ave JE ; 
N EDE “SATURDAY SPECIAL ive new De Sotos and Pismouthe 


Was $1795, Today $1595 pies, crane rT. 
New 


oe soTO -1953 Piredome 
“POLLOW CAR IN SKY TO SMI” Chrysler 
Fairlane “8” Victoria Hard- 


Suburban Motors, Inc. Yoi ker 4-47. 
new Pk oO aan gan Chevy Chase Chevrolet 


$900; 
DGE-PL Y MOUTH 
Mives 
Rellable Parties 
new throughout. 8401 Conn Aves © Pry Branch” 


; +r 
’ De Soro = + on rec’ Mu Liwe 


suarenteed fer ene full rear. 


ARCADE PONTIAC 


JACK BLANK. PRES. 
1437 Irving St. N.W. 
AD. 4-8500 


a d 
t Sunday 
J] oh.) 
and runs 


RA 6. 8072 


ike new 
W , oa 


»* 


wv Grady 
‘56 MERCURY 


Monterey Phaeton. Red and 
white fletene, saute 

radio. heater,. w.-8 

tinted class. rear 

mirrors, etc. 


NOW 


CO. OFFICIAL 
CARS 


All Our Demonstrators 
At Huge Savings 
Plus These Choice 


Evenings—Clesed Sen. 
Addison Chevrolet 


14th and Fis. Ave. NW. 
HO. 2-7500 


AUTOMOBILE LOANS 90 
—, os hg oy me all 


UNION ‘AUTO CREDIT 


1430 Florida Ave. NE LI 4-4984 
PERSONAL LOANS 90A 
Small Loen 
Women 


BUYING!!! 


Highest pr c*s nal a f - we 
ng ar and tith 


EMERSON & ORME 
(BUICK) 


ljth and M Ste. VW 
616 Rhode Island Ave. NE. 


Reliable Parties 


‘53 FORDS 


and 


‘33 MERG.. 


DO 
951 Pereh 


Lows ing Dr P,' 


under 
Loe to Emplored 
Maryland Seri rN 
liver ring. & . 

for SEHO Ld FINANCE CORP 


eB NioNeVs 


Licensed 


ort coupe ;. 


excelient condition :: 

owner car: sporty and ae 

nee ge a country ogg FS ae 
used car for onl 


$1145 
ordomatic, 


For Righty- 
2 _tene finish. 


23 
five new De Sotes and Pismouthe 
a) sO avaliable 

v-8 


5 ar. Coronel, 
Bob Ave. NEA th = x. 
ot Deena Sete 


sutomatic trans.; 
nR CO, 


FOREIGN CARS Else, Y 
WANTED ‘36 MERCURY <i t-dr. R. & . 2- 


dential black; autematic ‘52 CHEVROLET 
transmission, radie, heater, Fleetiine Deluxe 9-4. & +645 
tinted cies. wW.-8 tires, Si OL Spotiess threest. 
power brakes, rear seat 

eaaeae Rane 


Jan's. 
. Persch’s and Hillman’s. 


YRUCKS, SALE 


pees be aap den Peace-of-Mind gua! 
nteed trucks at the lowes 

= town. See us first. | istin y 

NICHOLSON CHEVROLE WA 


OLET — ‘46 %-ton 
prossae led 1936 
hee and turn 
ar Masi Burns st. se. LU 
‘#7 Vanette. $300 or 
best offer JA. 8 
—19 ‘1% -ton. 
$550. DC BETTS ood tires. engine 


hod RA 3 
DODLE Vanette, perfect 
new mcvor, h, ti 


gensourg ra. pb 
DODGE 53 


speaker. side mirrors, etc 


LIST $3782. 
SAVE NOW 


$909 $2793 
‘56 MERCURY 


Cucteom t-doer;: clameour tan 
with creen nvion and licht 
ercen vinvl interior, aute- 
matic trans radio, heater, 
w.-u tire am cushions 
many other extras LIST 


$3263 
SAVE NOW 


$769 $2494 
‘56 MERCURY 


Montclair hardtep. Persim- 
mon & erev fietene. Full 
power, w.-w. tires, . tinted 
csiass, padded dashboard, 
wheel-spinners, mirrors, etc. 


LIST: $4123. 
NOW 


6 
Ran Dynafiew. 

Power steering 
$945 


H. 2-tene 
. tres. Absolutety 


: ~~ nder, 

Soring. M4a.| * y 

te take ever payments of 4 Carl nt 

100% Guarantee J -trt core ont fp ee Only |B 
CHEVROLET 1 : 

CONVERTIBLES $ eater, 2-tone, 81196 onda 

HARDTOPS ARLEX MOTORS, INC. | Plymouth, 5120 Wis akc. 

DOO DOO On Shirley Mwy. at Shirlington pot 3S Cisigm Wore 

+ ating ae Per Month Cuetkoter eetline fu hardtop. Heater. ¥-& > “Stems Geane 

nh. W.-¥ _ . ‘ 5000 orig. miles; orn 4 : 
$ oo tit TT ee ek 
DOWN ; curv — SS 4-dr.« Orig. | owner, te, eS, 
| and white “=i a! R&H uj _ GA. 4-9) 

‘ Ae a ‘ PER MONTH WW. dires srt all or : 

Sane Gn ensued pnd ong on approved credit ) Ut anes "is i4th at 

ATTENTION 

Military Personnel 

Immediate delivery ar- 

ranged for officers and 

first three grades military 

personnel with no money 

down on approved credit 


© Small monthly pay- Military Personnel and » 599% dé | 2 . Be! : 
Savings Up te aay. Call now for credit approval. Out-of-Towners Financed | F COR VER _ Buick Fis. A es ine Se A, a 
$1100 on 1956 FOR CREDIT 
Ford 
start 


APPROVAL CALL N A. 8. 4 45 5 DICK WILLIAMS 53 FORD WAGON 


LI. 4-23%6 as tieetihin _ Open 8:30 ‘til 10 oabeut. Spe: 


spe- 
ve rer #725 Piney Branch Root A} Miller Motor Co. |} 2m 2 x st. nw. 
MANHATTAN “AUTO $] 124 2999 Silver Sprg., Md. JU. 8.1000 316 Florida Ave. WE OPEN 9 ‘TIL 9 
Saies and Service Emport ead and » =. 


"35; good cond. c ; iy . $6 _— : — | . . as — 


dhe ‘56 MERCURY — _—— 


Ree 0451 Ga. Ave., Silver Spring 


JU. 9-2420 


S-dr. Sedan “6” eatioped 


100% susrantes "54 Bel —Alr_-_2-dr 
a» eyeen and white 
poed. excellent 
price 5 1005 As low as 
* al M Cc 


9 dump. 


Call now for quick credit Fcmtvnover— 
approval and courtesy car. § (nish. Fully 


LI. 6-2626 


50 others to choose from. 
1731 Bladensburg Rd. NE. 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE 7 
. ANGLIA— - Good condition. $150 
Al paris 


condition, 


_ 3. 9649 Seen, Sunday. / 
CHEVROLET. 56 “8” Bel Air hard 
* dr Ral. poweralide. power- 

-ow ner 


53 PLYMOUTH $685 


‘-r. Meater, Jet black finteh. 


W.-w. tires 
$554 
, Saya — sa 
‘52 MERCURY $795 


Ceonvertibiie. « & hk. Merce- 
matic. w.-. tires. 


$400, 
K 4 21 4-dr., $200 " Stude- 
ery 1949 V8 Cl light coupe, 

or Custom club coupe, 
LOW! $300; al new De Sete fed 
Piymeuths aiso avilable 
CHURCH GARAGE. De Sote- fn 
is Lee hw at Hillweed sve. 


-ton pleku truck 24 
"Bau os ee sul Zephyr 
- geet Financing arranged for e4 
Militery Personnel, 
Officers no down pay~ 


ments required 


5333 Wis. ave bo 
CHEVY ROLET—1953 Bei pte sou dr 

3 Zephyr 1 Be 

n 

JOHN GIFPPORD MOTORS. 

- 2501 Columbia Pike. Arlington 

OPEN MOF U PRI. uloo-m 

JA. 53-9223 


“AUSTIN A-40 © 
1953 CONVERTIBLE 


$794 


Largest selection J Smportes and 
Amertoan cars } udine spor’ 
a he fnence. ‘at jow vant 
rat 


—— 


Ready. te roll. 


sre C 


ton 
ti ires 


"HERSON’ > 
FORD— 31 


Beautiful 


new mo- 
Ready te 


SERSON’ S—8TH & O 
DE. 2-4700 
hae io. ue: 


4 Demonstrators. Prices 


$1695 
TAKOMA FORD. 


n. & bh. 2 tone 
Ronely clean throeughest. 
celal 


ety 00d 


ferricemen weicome Ist 
$695. JE 


s 
— & officers no down pay- 


“jer MOTOR SALES 


1534 Pa. Ave. 5.2 
Li. 4-300 


cond! it ion 
a j 


50 2-ton. 14-f6. flat boas. 
; a" enews 
29. gi}, Pai rfax (near theater) - 
-1330 


ear 


body 
best offer 8P HOvart 2-7000 ¥ 
A UC Oee Be on Lee Hiab: Beas, ert: Spee souees CARS 100% GUARANTEED 1 YEAR @ ~ BONDED CARS 100% GUARANTEED 1 YEAR @ BONDED pad 
yery good cond. JE. 23-8604 after +h 4- a0 blue with matching interior. 
'S—A-I. hi-value aaeal as automatic transmission, ra- 
trucks; all models, makes and sizes 


Pes our “aati before va buy 
Seana among tte 4 + LL 724300 


~ 


MAKE ROOM 7 


* THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY * 


Alex. 
ae 


Va. King 
—Roadmasier. 


viere 
is Ser meth. $2905. “JE 2 0738. 


doors. a. 

and euevestiines Beilec: 
f colors HYATTSVILLE Buick 
oo hs es * land ave. Brent- 

Be Md 7-900. 

1 big i — 49 Super 4-dr sedan 
"Dynafiow r&h. Exc. cond. thru- 
y ) ie. $206 May 
‘53 ice ayn , Ba rd. ne ‘a! 
— "56 sedan with ‘musie 6 and 


— 


YEAR 


dio. heater, side mirror, 
windshield washer. foam 
cushions. LIST: $3478. 


$858 $2620 
‘56 LINCOLN 


Premiere sedan White tep, 
sky blue bottom with white 
and bive trim. Full power 
pack. Fully equip :, 4 
company official car. LIST: 


$5729. 
SAVE NOW 


$1506 $4223 
‘56 LINCOLN 


Capri hardten. licht ereen 
with matching interior. Full 
power pack. KRadie, heater, 
".-w tires, road lamps, 
tinted glass, ete. LIST: 
$5378 


“SAVE NOW 
$1386 *3942 


=1'56 MERCURY 


—~» 
’ 

: 

; 


$e “Bolt a ap: heater; m 
+1095 @ heat _ 
‘| vo 


tton , Ft ¥-#: ©. and 
reen. Ne. 4938. Ager rd. 
vy. $745 


red. Ne. 


other 
dea) 


fore - wr from—same 
en "thi 
sUPERMATIC | MOTORS 
Pe. Ave SE. Li 4-4090 
- 7 Century Riviera Hard. 
Dynafic = 


nel; heater, 
ensburg rd. 


beater : _iverr ss SS sida 


$745 al = 
cream 


L 
sis95@ avicK— 53 hardtop eonvertid! 
: beater: biee. N hh, euto. tramemiasion: per 


RALPH DILLON DON TAYLOR 


S/PRICES SLASHED 
TO RIBBONS: 


i. A, panel: 
biack. Ne. 45 


ae 
panel: heater, 
st 


100% GUARANTEED 


‘55 Buick $2095 
Special, hardtop; fully 
equip. 


‘S4 Century . $1695 
Riviera, r. and h., dyna. 


‘SS Chev. ....$1795 
“S” Bel Air, 2dr. h'dtep. 


"54 Chev. .$1395 


m the 


sticx— sv 5 Bbecl al 
gree 


Be- 
evere “HT, 


Heart of 


GJzLNVUYNS %001 


pom is | 


Ne. 491i. 


0 
; +" 
aio H 


10 st of. Ge a 
(New end Good’ Trucks) 


eet —s Spedeaesrs 4. v2.4 
(Used Trucks) + « 


sin Ave. NW. 
a Trucks) +. oh. 


ae 


ac 
$1095 Bank a “fin 
be B co. 4900 Ga. ave. aw 


BUICK. S5- Baer Riviera. beaut 


pleck & yellow combination. Spot - 
. P ! 


anteed One 
oer Cost 
D. C. & Va. Inspec- 
. sn Guaranteed 
ry Bonded Car 
3. ee ag “Perfect” 


jeaden 


ee ~The = 
EM. 3-9394 


@ 5500 Ager Fé. 
4 “a. W. Hyattsville M 
you~ 7-7341., sed Trucks) 


Hamilien 


es J0- ~ # 
yet 


fr oro- 
*\yrittes 


Stunning Montclair Phae- 
ton. Filotene tvrei*ran biue 
and classic white 

matching. vinyvl 

Radice. heater, Mercomatic 
transmission. power steer- 
ing. rear speaker. tinted 
class and many other extras. 


Cars 


THIS IS A TERRIFIC DEAL... DONT MISS IT! 


by Nat. Bonded 


Sta. wag.; p. s.. Dp. b.. FF. 
and h., powerglide; extra 
clean, 


‘51 Ford 
V8 Custom; 2 dr., r. and 


any : 
bit you realy sis - 
PR 3-2204 BUICK— esi Riviera hardt wg R *& 


= h. Dyna 
A Fie gsusrant re, 31295 os ‘oe. ANDY 
ADAMS. 3720 Georgia ave. aw 

— TU. 2-3515. 


$1106 *2954 
tiga BI apiCk— "ss S-ds r. Boecial otreee. 


i 
ean AEE Ace fe ecrae] 20 MERCURY 


wor EE Pe PONTIAC Power steering 2-tone -—— a9 Bay 


in town pong 753034. euar- 


eo Cadillac- Olds Co. 


‘32 aa. tended 4995 


‘53 Buick tended $1 395 


t-dr, hardtes: dynsfiew. r. & 
‘53 Buick »-+- #1395 
54 ber éynafiew, fF. 
‘53 Merc, *-+~ #] 195 


‘53 Mere. “$1195] “5 


Hardten coeses, Mercomatic. 
r. and bh. Ne. 


"53 Buick *--« $1195 


Special “nrg hydramatic. 
r. and bh. 


Ford ‘n+ | 9749 


“6” 3-Deer: & and bh. Ne. 176. 


Merc. 4-1 195 


Mardtes: Mercematia: radic 
end heater. Ne. 891. 


Merc. =< 1195 


Tedder hardtep: ¢. and bh. Ne. 
306, 


Buick... . $395 


ge Chief Coupe: vr. and h. 
*. 296. 


‘54 Ford ‘n~ + $1095] 


¥-8 Ferder: r. and bh. No. 2946. 


‘54 Dodge =~ $1395 


“6” Ste. wee.: ante: ©. & b. 


‘54 Merc. 1395), 
‘54 Ford “-« %995 


“8” Custom Vor@er: vr. & &. 
Ne. 181. 


Ford *-<« $1495 


“Ss” Crestline  senvertible: 
r. ond hk. Ne. 297. 


Dodge... . 445 


Corenct 4-deor: vr. and b. Me. 
813. 


Plymouth . $395 


Cranbreck é4-deor: ¢. and b. 
Ne. 249. 


Hudson... #351 


Wass t-deor: pink and white: 


h., overdrive. 


51 Mercury . . $595 
Club coupe; r. and h., 


‘54 Ford tonded $1195 


154 Ford = $1095 


‘55 Chev. ~~ $1395 


oe ay aie Oo. 9. an8 & 


'55 Merc. $2395 
map: lggged rah ‘sesle- 
‘55 Plym *-« $1295 


Plese ¢-deer: ¢. 


56 Pont. *--~ $2495 


v- re oes Mrére-Matie: 


52 Chev..... %495 


Club Coupe hardtes: vr. and bh. 
Ne. 789. 


‘52 Ford .... $702 


¥-S Raneh Weeeon: ¢r. ond b. 


‘52 Mercury . . 9795 


4-deert Merd- 
end bh. Ne. 124. 


‘52 Mercury . . *795 


S-deort r. and b. Me. S18. 


‘52 Plymouth . *695 


Convertible: reliew: ¢. end bk. 
Ne. 279. 


‘53 Studebaker *595 


Champten 4-deer: v. and bh. 


List: #4060.50. 
SAVE NOW 


AUTOS—All makes 


nd 
ern outiet 
KIRK 


‘53 
‘53 


padded dashboard 
nted glass, whitewall r+ 


SA NOW 
$983 #3178 


‘56 LINCOLN 


Premiere Sedan. Tutane 
starmist white and cen- 
turtan grey with all-leather 
luxery-interier. Fully 
equipped with all power ac- 
eessortes plus ALL WEA- 
THER ATR CONDITIONING! 


Cist: 86383. 
SAVE NOW 


$1685 *4698 


Bont sell yous, ear 3 you eee 
na heate 


tat on. lo 

a MOTOR CO. gn heater. ‘Dynaftow ww. tires 
= ROSENTHAL CHEVROLET 

FOR WARM welcome and cold’cash' Giese Rd and Columbia Pige 

ee 

‘era qréton ck 

Ta. vr. & 

c ‘ER 


‘33 Ford tooded st $1095 


52 Buick 
Special 4dr; r. and h. 
Dyna. 


Bisaenmbure rd ne. WA. 17-6500. pAhine! 
WE BUY .USED CARS pal Onwun's 
SEE US BEFORE YOU sELL Ave nS at 
ITHER LOCATION 
1539 PENNA. ‘52 BUICK 


AVE. SE. 
OR , . 
124) 6TH ST. NE, Beg ee a ee 


Colonial Oldsmobile Co. pew Aah saxon blue and 
TOP DOLLAR PAID Some ote _ oe 


fer clean cars: al) models and 
1237 East-West Hwy. Bilver Spring 
“SECURITY MOTORS ee 
aye. nm Di 7-0s Ms Morena Special Town sedan 


deluxe eae 
"CA: hout, 


ATURDAY SPECIAL 


“FOLLOW SKY TO SMI” 
Suburban Motors, inc. 


DODGE.- PLYMOUTH 
951 Perens Dr.. ee Spring. ma! 
JU. 8-2900 


oki 
Bitch 


399 ORN 
Pia. 6th. Li 


53 Buick 


Super 4-dr.; 
Dyna. 


$1195 
r. and h., 


4-deor. 96.90 down. 


‘48 Studebake . . $99 


Chemelee i-dr. $3.66 down. 


‘49 Ford... . *149 


one. Tedder: 64.00 dewn. Ne. 


‘49 Ford... . #195 
Cr or ow ae 


‘49 Ford .... #131 


“#" Verder. $6.60 dewn. Me. 


‘49 Pontiac ... $249 


¥-8 Chief sedan. $6.60 down. MUU SARE 


Ne. 819, ‘om A 


‘a9 Bokk 22 49 a \ 3 153 r oe ; 5 9 5 : 


OPEN TILL MIDNIGHT BY APPOINTMENT Wien Seeks 0 and & 
i. DE A ARAR | E| 


4} 
trade and 


YEAR @ BONDED CARS 100% GUARANTEED 1 YEAR @ BONDED CARS 


“98” 4-dr.,.r. & h., Hydra. 
new engine 


over 
ent 


Blue paint; 
extra clean 


‘SA Olds ... | $1695 
" de luxe 2door: & & 
h.; Hydra. p. s. and p. 


1/55 Mercury . $1898 
Redercoeniie, poe ten 


Page-Hughes 


‘51 Buick ...: $594 
awe 


veg 


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100 


FOREIGN CAR 


We wi 
clean c 


GUARANTEED 


Open All Day Today 
GRADY 
Motors 


LINCOLN 


ed eames 4-door hardtop 
black end white wer steer- 
and power brakes. Compare 


uburban Cadillac-Olds 
SHOPPING 


Lop aay wo 
ars 


8 
BEFORE vot ele YOUR CAR. 


CALL 
BUICK — $2 


ote. 2- 420 ‘RAINES MOTOR MERCURY 


and our buyer come te you saath 1a. 1:8800. oS . 
a BILL Ross Boa : £21 7809 Wis. Ave. 

to Ray BETHESDA, MD. 
: OL. 6-4200 


100% 


tally 


super rdtop. 
3 deen | 


ha 621 Arlington Bivd. 
Moron Falls Church, Ve. 

1 Mile Pat the New 
? Corners Shopping 


JE. 3-1189 


 GIZLNVUVAD 


BONDED 
4 


A 


4221 Connecticut Ave. ° | 


* ¥ 


SALE 97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE wt 
_ s ; 4 " . "'..) 1 \“\a AAAs 


W. W. tires, | paint. man i eas Gualsped:| redie. 

. W. tires, Jac ay ' : ‘ 

408 pay ‘| extras. 4009 Biadensbure rd. hod "oe cuarantee. 100% 
ve A 


| 90-daer. 7 ——. t 
Capitol Cadillac-Olds Co. COUNT CORP. 1510 Rhode Island | PACKARDS 
hardtop radic, heater, Powerflite. *, tidiemneee < ton 
ich. All bed 


v8” B® Db. vow! 1223 224 Bt. NW. OT. 3-2600 | SY°. BP. 
tires. Beautiful tri-tone ; , 


Free | ei : 100% guarentee. ANDY vogp.55 Custom “8” _2-door | te ‘36s. 


CARS | 
a " : R.. | 
WHEE | beauty! $1495. "8195 down. Bank) §¢th ve | cown Bi COVINGTON MOTORS 
PLYMOUT! IMPERTAL ro a oda tenmenedl 82 O. 4000 . 2-3515.| ar 

AVR pete Rofos Beaten FORD — 39, V8 2dou,_, Byutweed| Covave. ww. TA. 9-400. ’ to | 7301 Wis. Ave. (Beth. ' 


, 7) 
n. Me! 20 — . OL. 2-9200 
NG FOR! tie a) Wis. ave OL 4- #000. the . ) ai XY a 
Sous oiProrD TeoTORS IN ao —— “— rde- —— oe . oe r Fi IRF A) Rd. ASH 
2501 ever °. ae, Ariingwa Tr. #@ h 04. ©.-8, tires, uke nee BETHESDA MOTORS , 


: . 
x _ _-— 1945. Thacker Motors, i27t5 end 
sedan with musts and "7 Pog NE 4 +4 De Soto-Piymouth Dealer 


= 
sé 


Custom ER yal ) FORD— 1954 
: Beaut 


i a "ihe 


: 
: 


Miller and Wise. Aves. 


fecha greasy WITH ALBER OLDS H} 620 New 


-New Yerker deluxe. 2 deer. 


} 
TIC MOTOR! 
SE 


. SUPE ORS Origine! 3 tone green. r a 1956 COMPANY CARS / ; 
ORD 1055 Fairane Ys lub w- | Immactiate tnreashou Seecal DD 156 OLDS “98” . . 83795 re 96 De Sotos 
‘a equipped Perfe m- if orice of $945 7 ay Coupe. finished a booeires a 6 = \ Firedome 4-dr. sedans; power & 
. or «6 £ a ; : ’ 
S FORD BANK FINANCING , Jotaw -Matic, ring, power. _ 10585) steering, radio, sutomatic 
WASHINGTON'S NEWEST ALBER OLOSMOBIL . i transmission, heater, power 
ORD DEALER Your BUICK Dealers 


; ’ 6 *? 
S18 Penna Ave Gi LI 4-3005 1801 Bindeneberq 4. “FE. 56 OLDS 98 brakes, solex glass, etc. 
4. 
ot 


FORD.—1956 nr rdomat ul Starfire Convertible Coupe. Driven entity 4600 aiies. . . 
cower steerina: full woo 1 Bleck South of N. ¥. Ave. in = light biee with Mee and white leather interior: = List price $3,964 Many Other Fine Cors Avgkable 
low mileage EM 3-4553 ulp with electric windew lifts. radic. heater. Jet- 


ee = away Hrdra-Matic, power steering, power brakes. white-wall | Reduced to $2,960 NORTHWEST ti? 


tires ~~ many ether extras 


No Parking W orries—Drive-in Building SAVE $1004! 17th AND M STS. NLW.} 616 RHODE 


. GLAND ; 
Di. 7-8196 ‘T)AVE. ME. Oy. 7.5208 
ALBER OLDSMOBILE, Inc. eee al : : 


1630 14th St. N.W. DU. 7-6444 | ; Bi —Fireflyte, Page te - "SS Buick ... $2297 
Bsportsman; fully equipped, Super seGan; Drees. end sewer . 
including alr conditioning. BR SOC" tenins. Mont gomery 


SAVE $1200! ceetey ee PR yaa ick... Stubbe Motors 
Maryland Motors, Inc. ‘53 Buick .... $997 ck ... ave surerire 
k 


Sedan 


% | met nie. Sg AE S52 Buick .....$847 
oe ; . ~ Open “til 9 PM. 


Redan: Drouaflew. 


‘SO Buick .... $497 


SUBSTANTIAL Sedan: Dyrnafiew. 


BARGAINS GALORE See | SAviNnes|| 2" 
” | ‘47 Buick .... $197 
‘$5 Buick ... $2250|'5S Pontiac $1895 BE WHEN HICKS SELLS THE BEST FOR LESS! g 56 FORDSI I! Oe ica Chevrelet $997 


Centery Riviera: rr. & h.. Drna- po gong Sd & h.. Hrdéra- co. OFFICIALS & DEMOS. t-deor sedan. Powerstiée 

flew, w.-w. tires. matic, w.- 'SS CHEV. $1995 | ‘SS CHEV. .......$1695 : @ WAGONS © VICTORIASER ‘so Chrysler $497 
'S4 Buick $1445 | ‘52 Packard $595 $-dr. Rel Air Ste, Wagon: RAM, | Bel Aly Hardtop Coupe. BAR, FOOTRAL @ CONVTS. @ FAIRLANES Windsor sedan; Mrére 
Seecta!l t-dr & t.. ©. R and h Titram atic, seat 'S3 BUICK 'S3 PLYM. $895 L 4-drs. & 9.drs. 

‘-dr.: RAR, everdrive, t-tene 


tires. Green finish cevers: 2-tene finish | 
‘53 Ponti $975|'55 Stude. $1595 BE at ¥ 
Chieftain Pcie r&b. [Commander VB Ciyh coupe IMSS CHEV. «$1295 | osy PLYM. rad | SEAVOR/ TES opr. & 4Drs. 


' ; ar h ; 
Hréramatic, twe-tene paint . ww. tree. Ready te col . evecatchinge belce fin~ | Station Was. BR. & HB. sky Dive. 
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‘ Befere vou buy. sell er trade 
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Special 4-ér * @ bh. Dyne-ictation Waren Chifefitaln “8's *-dr. Sedan: B&H. excellent oy * we R Re ate ee See oy 6 Coe ‘a9 Mercury 
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STEWAR T BUICK: H : Cc 44 S ATT Sezromelien B'S. E Bl +53 CHEV. $1095 | siatien jwasen: newer storrine 


é' ficht ereen finish Studebaker $597 
1525 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va. 54 Plymouth $1295 By Met? sree finise 


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"1856 ‘52 Hudson $595 
FULL PRICE Rernet. -ar ir and 
‘51 Plymouth . $495 


5 6 FORD 5] 14 and 4-door sedans; includes heater, turn signals, ‘ST Chryler $795 | ‘ i tf U “a . ; ee we 


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2-Deer Custemiine V-4. » oe , “ wh, 
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o a $2856 4-dr.. heat. seat covs. A ,. = 3 ' — =: > a 5, 
4-Deer Siation Waser: fully eautoped. In A-t conditier : '50 Chrysler J $495 a = Aas 


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97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE ” 


1956 PONTIAC SALE . 
Brand-New Convertible 


2949: 


1956 Star Chief Convertible 
Equipped with Hydra-Matic, white. 
wall tires, dual exhaust, radio, heat- 
er, directional signals, backup lights, 
electric antenna. 


97) AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97) AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


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S18 Penns Ave aE Lt, 4-205 MONROE FORD oa i ariington. Va. RE basis 
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ereen. fully equipped. $1695 a can -§- ae and wi wate lias enccl. con $1 leaving town. |4 
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THE | WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97 AUTOMOBILES, —- 97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE ore SALE 


Saturday, September 15, 1956 Sere | Rack. sod condition throcshout. oo 


ON SALE 


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CRANSON’S 


Down 
"56 Plym. V-8 2-dr. . $295 
‘SS Ford Fairlane V-6 $245 
"S3 Chrysler 4-dr. ... $95 
‘SA Plymouth Coe. .. $95 : 
"53 Buick Hardtop .. 
"54 Plymouth Cpe. . 
"54 Hudson Hornet . 
"52 Olds "88" 4-dr. . 
‘S3 Plym. Wagon ... 
"S2 Merc. Coe. ..... $75 
"53 Ford Victoria ... 
"SS Pont. Catalina .. 
"S51 Cadillac Cpe. ... 
"S! Cadillac 4-dr. ... 
"54 Cadillac Conv. .. 
"53 Buick 4-dr. 
"S2 Buick Conv. 
"S) Buick 4-dr. 
‘a9 Cadillac 4dr. ... $25; 
"S) Ford “6” 2-dr. .. $25 « 
‘S4 Linc. Capri Cpe.. .$295 : 
‘S4 Mere. 4dr. .... $195 | 


my blues tulle _ pa é Pai ‘> 


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Giebo Rd. & Columbia Pike _ de hh. red: ; By Be 9 Pos Ms 


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3 "$145 DOWN ont a Balan Ge ~ FORD ta custom Y-: . 
Coli ene 7 = _—y pick vou oe at po bel ; - . 7 
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€ LSCOUN, BILL “DENIS Sty, wa wosanl aint. only ‘green with bit’ “ipp. Quod cone 
rr Mi lL make offer. DE. 2.1595 
‘Chevy Chase Chavealen Ler 6.30 p.m. 


HO. 53123 noi Conn Ave. “Lake Branch” |FORD—s6 V-8 Pairiane club sedan 


Used Car wie! treck bales Only” 


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‘33 CHEV. 


Four door sedan, equipped. 
Beautiful dove gray finish. 
This car has been carefully 
maintained by «@ car-loving 
owner and really shows it! 
A clean, efficient performer. 
An excellent second car. 


*695 


LOVING 
CHEVROLET 


8200 Georgie Ave., Sil. Spg. 
JU. 9-7385 ‘Ti 9 PM. 


Also-—2 Company Official cars 
now on sale. Outstanding values! 


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"SS PONT. $1995 


Station Wages v4: = « 
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cut entc ar rade ~ & of fi _~ ; no Rami 
pai /) : JET MOTOR SALES 
'S6 Chev. ... $1895 )'SS Ford $1245 


1534 Pa. Ave. &.E. 
Li. 4-1300 
@ More Cars Sold! @ More Selection! 
° ‘——9e" ¢-4r. sedan ofth sewer- | “S” Te@er sedan: redie. heater. 
a A ‘s Selection . stiée. radia. beater. &.-e. ress 8 mice economical car te eperste. 
Largest « this cor hes been Griven tees 


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Come in Todayl 
Free Parking! 


ROWN | 


_ 1350 Wilson Bivd. 
Arlington, Va. 


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where your first sole beging 
@ lifetime frieadship 


JA. 2-4700 


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“55 OLDS 
Club Coupe: t-tene nape 
ane oa wre heat, vrai <i 


$1895 


BANK FINANCING 


ALBER OLDSMOBILE 


1m BLA ye RD. NE 
1 Bleck Geath of NW. Y¥. Ave 


GUARANTEED USED CARS 


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= Y¥-8 Coenvertittie coepes beewti- 
fol icht Mee ehh = ~o. tires. 
redic. brater. hr éramatic. pewer 
stecriag cmd brekes. 


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1956 OFFICIAL CARS 
AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS 
‘S4 Ford ... $1445 | ‘54 Ford ... $1245 


Victoria V-4. BR. & hh. 2 tone v-4. 4 deer, autdmets 
paint, Fordomatic. w.-w. tires, bh. 3 teme pal at. 2 


‘33 Ford ... $1245 § 52 Ford .. 
kh. 8 tone 


Station wagon Os ser. 8 v-4. 4 deer, & s 
evlinder. rt. & y sodeanntte. paint. 
$695 
4 door, yr. & hu . tone paint, 


"50 Pontiac .. $545 1 ‘51 Olds .. 
ivdra. 


aw geouvertinte, R. s h., aute- 
‘A7 Plymouth $145 | ‘42 De Sote ... $95 


Radice & heater. Redie & heater. 


LOOK FOR THESE AND MANY OTHER 
BARGAINS at THIS HYATTSVILLE LOCATION 


PALMER FORD, INC. 
3110 HAMILTON ST. 
AP. 7-0110 


‘53 Mercury . $1295 


$1795 Menterer herétes; redic. heater. 
“370” 2-dr. eeGan: rede. beater, | Mercemetic. = .-o. tres: spectel 
bydramatic. «-o. tress plastic | ether epheisters: thie i ce 
tallered ecat covers. « nice ene- | *8°*P@eney nice cer. 

erner car 


All above «ars are fully | 
guaranteed. Many more te 
choose from, Top trade- | 
in allowance. Open eves. 
"il 10. 

We finance anyone 


$995 | ‘54 Ford $1145 


redie. beater | 7-8 Cestemiine Ferder sedan: 


"53 Pontiac 
“ES” t-deer sedans 
eed =.-e. Gress «2 eice l-owwer | beater eed castes plastic seat 
car covers. temp conditice. 


1545 WILSON BLYD., ARLINGTON JA. 2-35557 


=1!'55 FORD 
USED CAR SPECIALS })===s-" 


lent Condition, Like New. 
e ‘51 Chrysler .... *545 


Windsor 2-Dr. Mardies. r. & bh. Fiald Drive. G _~ 


e ‘52 Chrysler .... 845 

imperial 4-Dr. Sedan. B & b. power steering, sents and *5a* 
e ‘53 Chrysler ocee 1295 

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vindews. ae men p BY 
On Approved Credit. 


e ‘53 Chrysler ....*1095 
Call New fer Quick 


New Yorker 4-De. Sedan. BE. & b.. power steering 
Credit Appreral 


e ‘50 De Soto .... *295 
ME. 8-2674 


e ‘50 Hudson... . *345 
* 50 Other Cars te 
Cheese From. 


Ceommedere 6 4-Dr. SeGae. Badice sed beeter 
*% Ask shout our 90-day 


e ‘53 Ford ....... *895 


e ‘50 Pontiac ..... %445 
ANDY 
KELLY 


Ch. Delexe Catelics. EB. & b. Brére-Matic. Very clean. 
129 K St. N.W. 


‘99 PLYM. 


2 dr. 6"; a real buy. 


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Onlg the FINEST in Used Care 
6312 GEORGIA AVE. N.W. 


TU. 2-7011 


Great Balls of Fire! 


CLEARANCE SALE 
35 Brand New ‘56 Pontiacs 


TREMENDOUS CLOSEOUT SAVINGS—CASH OR TRADE— 
LOWEST PRICES ANYWHERE—HURRYIII 


"395 vom 


EXAMPLES OF SAVINGS—WIDE SELECTION 


'S6 PONTIAC . .$2395 | ‘56 PONTIAC ..$2610 | ‘56 PONTIAC . $2995 
Automatic § V8 Catalina coupe. Brand V8 Station Wegen. Bread 


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PER MONTH 
On Approved Credit 


Call Now for Quick 
Credit Approval 


ME 8-2674 


*% 50 Other Cars te 
Choose From. 


*% Ask about our 
90-day guarantee. 


ANDY 
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MOTOR CO., INC. 
Plymouth, Chrysler, Imperial 


1403 Penn. Ave. S.E. @ LI. 4-4800° 


BANK TERMS TO 
FIT YOUR BUDGET, 


HURRY! 


Brand New 
‘56 PONTIACS eo 


9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 
Sunday 
10 A.M. to 6 P.M. 


if i | ll my heater, de- 
frosters, many extras. Two- 
yeer free guarantee; $395 
down delivers. 

1 Ie OC 'S6 PONTIAC . $2450 


v8, 4 door sedan. Brand 
new; Automatic transmis- 
sion, heater, two-tone fin- 
ish. Undercoat. Ready te 
roll! Low es $395 down. 
BANK FINANCED. 


new! Radic, heater, avuto- 
matic transmission, w/w 
tires, beautiful two-tone, A 
real sporty model. Sure to 
please. Low as $395 down! 


‘56 PONTIAC . $2600 
V8 Catalina sedan. Brand 
new. Free two-year guaran- 
tee. Automatic transmis- 
sion, heater, oil filter, 
undercoat, two-tone. Latest 
in modern styling. Low as 
$395 down. HURRY! 


. « popular four-door 


HURRY FOR THIS BARGAINI 


‘56 PONTIAC $2995 up 
Three stunning convertibles 
te choose from. Don’t miss 
this onc e-in-e-lifetime op- 
portunity to save during 
the big Fall Clearance! CON- 
VERTIBLE SHOPPERS... 
SEE US TODAY! 


56 Dodges « Plymouths 


Brand New & Company Official Cars 


Sacrificed!:160Qor: 


MANY ACTUALLY BELOW DEALERS COST? 
PLYMOUTHS from 


Regular Price 


$3008 


“FOR THE BEST PONTIAC pet 9 SEE McNEIL” 


McNEIL PONTIAC 


7320 WISCONSIN AVE. OL. 4-8000 


“In the Heart of Bethesda” 


WRITTEN GUARANTEES 
SERVICE MEN FINANCED 
AME YOUR TERMS! 


we one, 91 5Q] Sree 1795 
cm som” SOD] Ot STORE $495 
om ser sae ED ™ A PLIM. $965 
eng *595 2 cna nes 


com, sy *2195 st MERC. $595 


Sale Price 


*2145 
1895 


Equipment & Accessories 


Powerflite, heater, air-foam cushions. 
two-tone paint and other extras. 


iMeater, turn signals, two-tone paint end 
other extras. 


$2572 
"53 BUICK ‘51 FORD... $3037 *2145 
Sage poate! pone SS ae 1795 
aa _ DODGES from np) 2 29.) 


Fano... $495 | 522... 3195 | : 
at Say mead $595 S af mn ae $895 Equipment & Accessories | Regular Price 

SL OMEN. $595] 31 PUM. 8595 es 
Washington's Most Liberal Dealer! $3852 


"95 PONTIAC, 2-Door, 870 

S35 PONTIAC, 2-Door, 860 

"53 PONTIAC, 4-Door 

'S4 PLYMOUTH, 2-Door 

"SS CHEVROLET, Bel Air Hordtop 

*S4 PONTIAC, Station Wagon 

"S51 FORD, Tudor 

"S2 NASH, Statesmon 4-Door Sedan 
34 CHEVROLET, 2-Dr., Radio, Heater 
"S2 FORD, Custom Fordor 

"SO CHEVROLET, 4-Door 

33 WILLYS, Jeepster Wagon 

53 CHEV., Bel Air 2-Door, 2-Torne 
"50 CHEV., De Luxe 4-Dr., R. and HI) 
"S54 PONTIAC, 2-Door, R. and H. 
"54 PONTIAC, Storchief 4-Dr, Sedars - 
*S2 PLYMOUTH, 4-Door 

"SS PONTIAC, Corvertible 

"50 DODGE, 4-Door 


Powerflite, heater, w.-w. tires, sir-foam 
cushions, two-tone paint and other extras 


Sale Price 


$2695 
$2795 
91628 | *2595 
$3157 | $862 | $2295 


ALL CARS CARRY 2-YEAR, 25,000-MILE GUARANTEE! 
Bring Your Title! Immediate Delivery! 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
cones Seturday, September 15, 1956 83 


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500 Students Go Out on Strike — 


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| : Crucial V ote Scheduled for M onday Seaton Hit 
At Integrated Baltimore School 0, Virginia Integration Proposal On Secret 


BALTIMORE. Sesot. 4 @& a» ee we an an oe ee SO Oy a. ae. 
Some 500 students went on —s ik. - i | VIRGINIA—Frem PF. I 


“srike” st Southern High) 3 ~ ira Wik” 6) ae whe had helped amend the bill 

School here today in a dispute eG : | bt but said he still opposed 

reported to have stemmed from *,] shee : & withholding fund feature. 

an atteck on a white girl by oe | - cL. Both sides immediately went 
i into strategy hueddies. The ad- 


two Negro gris m a bus = | 7) fam ministration lined yp a ten 
Wednesday e ttm “E-* | ia tative 55 votes in the 10)-mem- 
The stu ten’s« om ''pad out side — : : rs , ber House wlo agreed to rete 
the hich school until police Ps : € .* against the amendment. pro 
broke up the gathering into 4 . - vided Stanley forces will pre- 
cups. One pupil Was ar- oo sent this package te deal with 
» seuffiec ' >. . : the desegregation issue: 
the students a> - ' lL. If imtegration takes place 
te know wheat the , } im any school the Governor's 
estion was about ¢ x plan would go into effect—aend 
sice Capt. John Mahrer said state aid would be withdrawn 
he heard a report that the dem- ed ; from all elementary or second 
enstration was touched off by , 
the beating of a white girl by : 
twe Negro giris. > | 2 The local governing body 
Some of the students con. . then could petition the Gover- 
p'ained about poor hghting and ™ ner to reopen the schools and 
canditions in the school in gen- | : he would invoke 2 pupil place- 
era. They refused to say , ment plan which gives him 
whether the demonstration | the power to make assignmen's 
was semiler to disturbatices ' a = ti om a segregated basis The 
sRich broke out sat some General Assembly would take 
schools when ther were inte _— ne operation of the 
grsited twa years azo with the (,overTne™ rs 
Principal Sidney Schernak - _.. agent, and any Federal court 
Sani the school has an enrel) degree would be applicable to 


ment of about 2000 students, in the Governor, mot the local 
. ischool board 
Clay Board —| 
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| Bat opponents of the Stan 

. ley plan. flush from their 

Rules Against rz omnes wctors. wen 
- ly introduced a new pupil as 

sigmment Gill designed to fit 


Negro Pupils 2° = 23 2" 


. of the Governors 
School Turns Down | ye | amended measure 

Osea . . ’ CLAY, Kr. Sept. 14 “—TBe The opponents would present 

Socialite's Protece : | | : Webster County School Board this ‘program to the people 
MORILE. Als. Sent . , temight ruled that Negro chil 1. The Governor's withhold 
am . . dren cannot be admitted to the ing plan would go into effect 
. Clay School where three Negro unless the school board and 

youngsters have been going to 


governing body both chose the! The resolution was almed at ° 5 

pupil assignment plan. or if 10 president Colgate W. Darden eeling 

per cent of the district's voters i" . 

called fot a referendum and?*- ° the University of Vir- 

th. voters chose the plan. ginia who has strongly eriti- Talted Presse 
Under he ase sn ment ced the Manley yee, | Chairman John E. Moss (- 

pla: the local _ school board Darden and the p niversity Calif) of H G 

“ny d make assignments, sub- aa ae q } a ouse overnment 

three-member local board ap Saturday to consider the apli-terday secused Interior Secre 

2t amended to give the commu- cation of a Negro to attend tary Fred Seaton of holding 


nities local option. Ma Washington College in. cham eedings” 
A steering committee for the Prederickebare, She oak — wer pee a 


local option forces called OM the college’s first Negro, al-‘%¢ public's business. 
Governor Steniey today 4nd though Negroes have been ad-- Moss subcommittee has been 
presented their wiews. Stanley mitted to the University at investigating Government poli- 


s to have reiterated , | 
Ag om No Maggs Fg Charlottesville for the past few cies in making information 


withholding bill without amend- >“ known to the people and Con- 


ments. ; gress. 

In another action today. Dele. Urban League Charges lag a telegram to Seaton, 
gate Sam Pope of South Hamp J/ pi ju dice \Moss said the subcommittee 
ton County, introduced a res United Fund Pre ‘has been informed that the In- 
olution reminding the gowern- NEW YORK. Sept. 24 terior Secretary “refused to 
img bodies of state-supported Officials of the National Urban open to the public a meeting to- 
colleces they should “exert League today accused the “Ku' day with members of the Kings 

4 If the community wished Klux Klan and White Citizens’ River Conservation District 
to dispense with the assign- Council” of causing the drop-|board of directors.” 
ment plan and return te the ping of the league's affiliate|’ The Interior Department re- 
Governor's withholding pro from the rolls of the Jackson-' ported that Seaton had met 
gram, it could do so by a Ville, Fila, Community Chest with the district directors, rep- 
referendum called by 25 per United Fund. resentatives of the two Oalifor- 
cent of the voters. | J. Philip Waring, executive|nia Senators and Reps. B. F., 

Thus, Monday's showdown director of the Jacksonville af-|Sisk and Harlan Hagen, Call- 
house battle will be between filiate of the National Interra- fornia Democrats. 
these two plans. The key vote cial Agency, said he was in-| The Department sald Seaton 
will ‘be on the Governor's bill, formed last night that the Jack- promised the delegation he 
pointed by the Governor. sonville chest would furnish no Would give prompt attention to 

3. Appeals of the assignment further financial support to the Proposals for a permanent re- 
board's decisions could be made Urhgn League branch there. payment plan for the Pine Fiat 
either by the assigned pupil or| Waring said the chest had| 0am near Fresno, Calif. 
by the patrons of the school earlier presented an ultimatum) Moss challenged Seaton's 
to which he was assigned. The requiring disaffiliation with “™#®t" to keep such a meeting 
appeals would go through state the national organization, a Secret and demanded an ex- 
courts. change in its name and a revi- planation of Seaton's action. 
eee geestseiite end. a sion of its policies “to elimi-| There can be no justifica- 
priate effort” to maintain seg- nate any consideration of seg- °" for such star chamber 
regation. regation policies.” proceedings. for both the De- 

. \partment of Interior and the 


classes under National Guard 
protection. — é 
The unanimous decision by SclENtsts Back 
the T-member board followed 
an epimion by Kentucky Attor- Davton Passport 
~ as ney General Joe M. Ferguson . 
to enroll the child be that the Negroes were legally The Passport Committee of 
“her background, a ~~“ = the stance. .. the Federation of American 
| , | Sept. Wilbur Collims said c-ienticts declared yesterday 
that “techmically, the board's tse the State Department de 
| Annet ews «ruling was that the children oi.) of a passport to cosmic raj 
A controversy has been set off in Gloucester. Mass. where 9 ©°9!d DO transfer from the col piysicist Weldon Bruce Dayton 
Superintenden at of Schools L. Munree Grandy (icft) hired vremeaey asap Lemay se be POV? was 2 flagrant violation of his 
E ee = by mail Warren G. McClure (right). 2 Eugene, Ore. teach Ca ies @2 4 the twe Gorden —" pmai rigMts. 
con Benny gt 4 (ei sir |= and then released him whee be arrived. MeClere, a children, Theresa 8, and James so 
ae af = dreneete apr ams  Megre, was given $1608 te cover his travel expenses. and Bobbie Copeland. 12 
' hee eee a were enrolled in the Rosewall 
School at Providence and then 


Thursday's decision by the U.S 
Court of Appeals that the State 
Devartment recomsider the case 
and deciare whether its refusal 


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tual equal 


The Corning. N. Y.. physicist 
h r 
rolled at Clay applied in March, 1954, for a 


7 . . . 
_ ssport to India to accept 2 
Krom Viroimia Firm Collins said they had not Cosmic ray research post. The 
= | been formally enrolled at Clay 7, artmont rejected the appli- 
wat Were Seuties UNeer CO ction of nds he had been 
= -ovar ° . ” o. test The school beard met to cation @ grou : 
Pro les c it BOISSEVAIN, Va, Sept. 14 ‘The theft was one of wo in as TOP SS Saves SS BL iated with persons ef ques 
mois UO __The weekly payroll of some the area last night. At Bae “ee 0 thomabie loyaity but gave no de- 
<n ¢ : : of the Weld, safecrackers took seg0g ‘>e superintendent said he toile 
’ ’ - 3 : rt ocal ™ tm 2 “ : + c . > 
The elevation of Perry B. S500) fo ~ her A . from the Acme Supermarket. “TS3= OS prevent national 
Cott from Assistant Chief Cura- Pocahontas fFuci Co. was siote — 4 th doubted wf SU2TGsmesn from escorting the 
tor to ‘ ' -2° th last might br thieves who bored ..~ ~ _ akan —y _ children to school again Monday Cle { Re ded 
j sa hol t vault {be jobs were the wrk of te He saad. however. that they were = oe tar 
a "yore LriLo o ae tye pev<ors - ue they + - “- . ~ ; 7 
The imtruders gained entrance ace tase hed te t anticipating that Ger. A B Children Scheduled 
» im this Tan wowlcnt heave bed time te per- Chandler will withdraw 4 : ‘ 
= » tw ~> + ae [OCT do. Teoce4»nes . ” =< Registration for s special 


clammed ber children were en- 


Art Gallery 


facetelyne torch to open the Construction Helper semecaiiiiien, tn before the £*eS2tion Beth El of Montgom- 
vauit. on : 


. _ smanei ery County will be held Sept. 
The moncy was sealed in in- Falls Off Elevator — ee 23 from 1-30 to 230 p. m 
. suidual envelones Which were : 8 tte sn rst Saturday in October classes, tuition (free. 
lividual env Edwin E. Yowell, BESS and to draw up a pian for inte 
‘a he turned over ca) empioy ~~ 2° 1016 1é&h st r= was adr” r- t ar The rt + * Sept » and will be held 
aan s a “ A ~ - = @ pag * . egratooa comm: f 1wt ra | Su a 
today. The payroll was broweht ted to Emergency Hospital for 2. i, composed of 5 whites and Set tiediie ens tema 
. here yesterday by armored DOSETY 2L207 last =might after 2 Necroes Congregation Beth E! is located 
at ale -eemeatinde ; truck from a bank in Bluefield, falling from am elevator om & \¢,yor Herman Z Clark earlier ** S215 Old Georgetown: rd. 
sotia , , : construction job at @ oa - Bethesda. 
the Worcester Ofas + 20 miles away on 0 > ae - « teday formally asked the No % 
Museum. Cott. nativ ¢ An employe discovered ine " &® foreman en the feb said teaal Guard to leave after the 
Columbes, Ohio. rived hist , = "S Yowell, 2 helper, fell only ©9peland child joimed the Gor- 
_ bachelor’s degree from Prince- fo rk 7 room “sheet 15 or 16 feet” Yowe!] © children im entering the liams said be had no intention of 
ton University in 1929 and his ally fu) th smoke left frem 514 he is employed by the ¥ite-Deycotted school at Clay. removing the some 500 guards 
doctorate in 1302 : E. P. Kaoliman Ca. Guard commander J.J. B. Wil- men until ordered by Chandler. 


seven years. Pi 


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* _ -- —_ = * > ‘= 4 > * 
r $30 000 P il Si | —y <P <r SO Mt to issue the passport was based 
« Tv =>. - 
' -“ — om secret information ads 
~ > e avTo 0 en Mrs Jamses Gordon has 
Se * 


conservation district are pub- 
| = agencies which should con- 
r a: 4 > 'duct their official business in 
' “ae Aide Stresses Judge Dismisses | public,” Moss said. 
“Since the meeting ts to dis- 


A-Energy Usein Fraud Charge _ | cuss the repayment of $14 mit 
ong lion in Federal funds used to 
Preserving Food Mail fraud charges against —— Pine Flat Dam, the 
Edward K. Ubler, Fairfax Pu “ os mare A sony B.. 
ROME, Sept. 14 @W—An County real estate man, were Ses SO SNOW WES 1S USING 
aenostn ientict ureed dicti- , cided where public funds are 
met yd em 7 eg eh +4 dismissed in Alexandria Fed- involved” 

ans toarougnout ¢t . : 

day to recognize the promise ye mag Aa ees teas 

the use of atomic energy gives er, Ww -year-oic Civic ieacer 

m the preservation of food. who lives in Annandale, had Saar Accord 
Addressing 600 doctors and ,4.., charged with writing : 

diet experts from 40 countries Report N ar 

om ies aaa World Conzresx checks against nonexistent ed e 

of Dietetics, Miss Jane Ebbs, funds to obtain money from) Reuters 

special feeding -~ nutrition four northern Virginia banks) PARIS. Sept. 14—West Ger 

iser of the United States 1 act November. a hung jury'™any and France have “prac- 

Department of Defense, re <nited in @ mistrial. on the USMY settled the Saar 

viewed research ot -_ on case jem,” a French Foreign ce 

methods and practicality o spokesman said tonight. 
‘ ‘ Judge Albert V. Bryan dis- 

— ing food through radia- missed the case yesterday aft- He pew dearregge a . 
a : er Assistant U. S. Attorney A. here cen Frene puty 
“By controlling insect infes Foreign Minister Maurice 

, - aa , ~ Andrew Giagreco said he be-\, nd W c 

tation ) Pas ~ — liewed there was insuffictent *#"™ _ r est ~ ao a Ser- 

she said. t wou a possi © evidence to obtain a conviction |***#"7 tate alter Hall. 

to drastically curtail food ~ a oe ape = 
losses. 0 Saar rmany next 
“Fresh fruits and vegetables [1 S. Vipvie Sets OFF 2".,7. 

would be freed of sprouting. . | “Tie Only outstanding mat 

molding and softening in order New Riots in Britain ‘¢ts re financial, in particular 

to prolong their storage life. ithe exchange of the French 

The same fruits and vegetables’ LONDON, Sept. 13 @—The Germian curf@ity, and 


th: _——— : ~ Sunday school class for men-and other products can be american “rock afd roll” mo- aout this are still in progrema, 
acy Usec an - - v2 ge whe ny som b * tally retarded children at Con-stored and transported with- vis Rock Around the Clock set the spokesman said. 


out refrigeration.” off a new riot in South London 

She said, “The irradiation of jest night and more than 300, ). . , , 
food will help in the control of police were called to quell it. Religious Riots in India 
certain diseases which, through Mobs of teenege “Teddy BOMBAY, India, Sept. 14 #4 
food, infect man. jboys™ started jeering police Two persons were killed and 

iwhile, they waited for buses six — er today in renewed 

. after the last show. They threw Hind®-Moslem rioting over a 
Singer Opens Tour bottles and firecrackers. Six recently published book, Reli- 

NEW YORK. Sept. 14 @ were arrested. Seven town gious Leaders, which Moslems 
Contralteo Marian Anderson councils have banned the mo- consider offensive. Official re- 
left by plane today for Stock- vie im Bottle, Wigan, South ports said deaths occurred at 
holm, where she will begin a Shields, Brighton, Birmingham, Jubbulpore, in the central prov- 
16-week concert tour of Europe Tynemouth and Gateshead. inces. Police reported 300 
Tuesday. \Most acted on police advice. ‘rioters. 


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‘Do-It’ Fans Prove Heavy Plywood Users 


Home of ’56 Builders Win Parents Magazine Award ee leer 


aren't do-tt-yourself minded, consumed more 
take a look at these figures. ion square feet of ir ptrwood 


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The Woodbridge-Belmont aa Corp., builder of this 
Home of '56 in Woodbridge, Va., have just received « 
special award from Parents magazine. The citation was 
for excellent site planning in competition for “Best 
Homes for Families With Children.” Announcement of 
the seventh ahnual building awards was made by Mrs. 


Maxine Livingston, home editor of the magazine. The 
competition is held annually in reco gee of the de- 
velopment work of the builders, site planning 
awards cover groups of five or more poo houses on 
adjoining lots. W oodbridge-Belmont Homes Corp. was 
honored for its 35 homes selling from $10,600 to $13, 000. 


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Se er ee 
This was 10 per cent of all 


during the year. 


AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITY PARK 


REALTORS—UPTOWN OFFICE A 


50TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR y) 


PAUL P. STONE, Realtor & Builder | 


Developer 


The State of Real Estate | 


NATHAN POOLE has been'of commercial and residential this firm they estimate selling 


elected a vice president of property. Harry H 


Farr wil) $80 milion 


worth of new 


Boss and Phelps, Inc., and will be the sales manager of the homes. | 


be in charge of its investment néw office. 
and business property depart-| ee 
ments. 
The new vice president was David E. 
- officer of the American 
formerly known as = 
Federal American Co., holds 
master’s degree in contnereiall 
financing from the Benjamin) 
Franklin University and is a’ 
graduate of the American In-' 
stitute of Banking. 


CLYDE R. ADAMS, presi 
dent of the Prince Georges 
County Real Estate Board, has' 7 
announced that the board will) ; 
hold its regular dinner meet-| 


Hawthorne 


ing on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 7) se | 
Dp. m. in the main ballroom of| Keller 


the Prince Georges Country 


Hawthorne (begin on Sept. 24. Classes are) 


The firm will specialize in) 
general brokerage, projects and 


WILLIAM K. KELLER and °@5*0™ building. 
have 
opened their own real estate 
office at 4601 Old Dominion operating as Citizens Realty) 


SIDNEY GERSTENFELD, 
Co., has announced the opening) 
of new offices in the Realty 
'Building, 1424 K st. nw., where) 
he will continue to operate as 
real estate broker and consult-| 
lant im the sale and purchase 
of property. 


> * . 

THE ARLINGTON County 
‘Recreation Department has an- 
nounced that fall classes in 
‘Real Estate Fundamentals will 


: 


designed for beginning sales| 


Club. Guest speaker will be drive, Arlington, Va, under the men, brokers amd other inter- 


Harry A. Boswell Jr., who will firm name of Keller and Haw- 
discuss 
Russia. 


his recent trip to thorne, Real Estate. 


oe omy J. FISHER CoO. 
nc., 


ested persons. For further de- 
tails prospective enrollees may 
call the School Division of the 


| Keller is former sales man- Arl ‘ ati 
Arles. lager for M. T. Broyhill & Sons se a y 


and Hawthorne also was asso 
has opened a new sub- ciated with this firm as sales- 
urban office at 7720 Wiscorisin man and assistant sales man- 


LEADERS of the construc- 


ave., Bethesda, Md., for the sale'ager. During their tenure with tion industry from. the Wash-| 


ington area will attend the 


LOOK FOR THE HOMES OF 1956 
with 


HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING 
by | 


GENERAL @@ ELECTRIC 
CUSHWA 


BRICK & BUILDING SUPPLY CO. 
Heating-Air Conditioning Division 


1355 LEE HIGHWAY, ROSSLYN, VA, 


— 


- ALL OPEN ‘SUNDAY, 1:30 - 6 


SUMNER—4 BEDROOMS 
3 Baths, Den with Fireplace 
Only $35,000—5607 Wood Way 


First showing of an outstanding residence in this famous con- 
trolled community. Charming brick Colonial, Miller-built in 
1949; another fireplace in liv. rm; gas hot-water heat, ret 
radiators; spacious rms. large closets; all-elec. kitchen, dish- 
washer, disposal; garage, screened porch; lovely rear yard with 
| trees. Good financing. 


Ge out Mass. ave. extended te Samener entrance. tere teff on FL. Seeener 
| Drive 3 blecks te Weed Wary. tera right te sien. Details. OF<. 464-0734. 


In Wyngate—Close to Everything! 
$18,950 GI... 


.3 Bedrooms 


Pwdr. Rm. 
5810 WILMETT 
Rd.—Full base- 
ment, gas heat, 
exit to yard; sep. 


| level lot. 
walk ww 
parochial 
blic schools. 
ails, OL. 4 
8072. 


Ge out Old Georgetown ré. te Beech. left to Witmett. right te eur sign. 


Mass. Ave.—$34,950. 5304 Sangamore Rd. 


| Beautiful brick rambler, through center hall; big liv. rm. se 
din. rm., 3 bedrms., 2 1/2 BATHS, big kitchen, garage, FINISHED 
R , Spare bedrm.. many trees. Owner transiecrred. Make 


Ge evt Mass. ave. extended post Sumer e . le 
| ear OPEN sign. Details, OF. 2-575 atrence Co Sangemere, lef te 


BETHESDA SPLIT LEVEL 
7703 Newmarket Dr.—Must Be Sold! 


Perfectly lovely! 1 yr. old; 3 bedems., 2 de luxe baths on upper 
level; fine liv rm., “ep din. rm., “go ey KITCHEN 18x10 with 


te Kirby, t te Newmarket. left te oar 


Bradmoor, Bethesda—$24,950 
oare Irvington Ave. 
brick Colonial gare large. The 3 bedrms. all | 
of big closets; full basement; 


o Wileag lane, eft Se Westteit (past Landen 


Acros 


neretce pertwer, a on Pee 


ees og cars 


§ Charlies E 
f dent, 


| featured speaker at the month- 
‘Bly luncheon of the 


midyear meeting of the Govern-' 
ing and Advisory Boards of the 
Associated General Contractors 
of America in Milwaukee, Sept. 
17-19, 

Those attending from the 
Washington, D. C., area will in- 
lclude: Francis M. Tompkins, 
sehior vice president of the 
Chas. H. Tompkins Co. and 
president of the District of Co- 
lumbia Chapter, AGC; Ancle C. 
Tester, secretary - treasurer of 
John Tester and Son, Inc., and 
immediate past president of the 
Chapter, and Randall C. Wyant, 
secretary-treasufer of the Chap- 


ter. 
*ee 


WALKER & DUNLOP, Inc., 
announce the leasing, financing) 
and construction for clients of 
a 20,000squarefoot Acme 
supermarket in Towson, Md., 
| with parking available for over 
The financing and 
were handled by) 
Hoover, vice presi-| 
of the Commercial De- 
partment in their Baltimore of- 
fice, in cooperation with Wilder 
& Co. of Baltimore. 

> > 

THE HOME Builders Asso. of 
Metropolitan Washington will | 
have its first fall general mem-) 
bership meeting on Sept. 20 at! 
‘the Terrace Room of the Ar-| 
lington Towers at 8 p.m. 

“The Truth About Russia”) 

ill be discussed by Harry A. 
Boswell Jr. Prince Georges) 
County builder who has re. 
cently returned from a 30-day 
tour of housing developments 
in the Soviet Union. 

Also on the program will be 
“An Analysis of Problems Fac- 
ing Builders Between Now and 
1960” by Frank W. Cortwright,| 
director of Builders Research| 
for Youngstown Kitchens. Cort-| 


le asincz 


I wright is the former executive! 


director of the National Asso- 
ciation of Home Builders. 

Introduction of Cortwright) 
will be made by Edward R.! 
Carr, builder and past presi-| 
dent of the Washington Board 
of Trade. 

- 

THE HOME Builders Asso- 
ciation of metropolitan W rash 
ington will hold an organiza-| 
tion meeting at the Prince! 
Georges Country Club at 8 
>. m., Sept. 17 for the purpose’ 
of forming a Prince Georges 
County Chapter of the metro-| 
politan area association. The) 
meeting will elect a chairman, 
vice chairman and three mem- 
bers as the governing structure 
of the chapter. . 

DR. JOSEPH W. SEAY, pres- 
ident of the Virginia Real Es 
tate Association, will be the 


|Artington - -Fa 


RA. 3-9233 


A A A A LL tt ae 


||Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash- 
TU. 23-1168 | ‘ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


The Washington 1 Post 


and 


Times-Herald 
Invites You to 


BO 


FURNISHED 
‘EXHIBIT 
HOME 


EW 


5 iit 


— SS SSS SS 


INTERIORS DECORATED 
AND FURNISHED BY 


6 Es on 


4477 CONNECTICUT AVE. N.W. 


“BONAEUR” 


is an apt name }j 
for this W. C. & A. N. Miller! 


Visit 


cA Miller Controlled Community 


Two ideas have been uppermost in the 
development of Sumner as a quality- 
controlled community. First — in 
keeping with traditional! Miller stand- 
ards—construction has been of un- 
compromising quality . . . with homes 
of distinguished and diversified de- 
sign situated to take advantage of 
beautiful woodland settings. Sec- 
ond— Sumner is rioted for the 
This | 


Miller-controlled community has 


character of its residents. 


attracted those who are leaders 
in Government, the professions, 
business and the Armed Forces. 
Families appreciate Sumner's 
traffic-free streets and its prox- 
Imity to parochial and public 
schools. 


Home of ‘56, for every facility has been provided to give the entire family room to play, enter- 
tain and live in comfort. For instance, the combination “family” and dining room—with 

its own fireplace—has a convenient room divider to make two rooms from a fifteen-by-thirty+ 
foot area. The spacious living room features a slate-faced fireplace and oriel window. A 

third fireplace adds a cheerful touch to the huge recreation rodin, which opens onto a large 
unscreened porch at ground level. Two full baths and three bedrooms (one has been dec- 


orated as 4 den) are on the first floor, with an additional 
second. Two-car garage, maid’s room and bath. 


two bedrooms and bath on the 


Open Daily and Sunday, 10 A. M. to 9 P. M. 


Conveniently located, Sumner is only a 24-minute drive from the Spring 
Valley Shopping Center and is close to both Protestant and Catholic Churches. 
TO REACH “BONHEUR”: Out Massachusetts Ave. 34-mile beyond District 
line to Sumner entrance on your left, left on Ft. Sumner Drive to Rockmere 
Drive, bear right on Rock:..ere to Scarsdale Road, right on Scarsdale to Over- 
lea Road, left on Overlea to Westpath Way and ‘’Bonheur” on corner. 


_ Hin APT ANCES 


GENERAL Aahiags aie 
NGE © REFRIGERATOR 
* DISPOSALL 


You are cordially invited to attend « showing —ta solor— 
of mew Miller-Built Spring Valley and Sumner bomes. 


a “BONHEUR” 
Light en will be served 


8 P. M. Tomight and Sunday Night 


\Al. cA - oe MILLER 


DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 
Builders and Developers of Wesley Heights, Sumner and Spring Valley 


4860 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. EMerson 2-4464 


LIST YOUR HOME ‘WITH us 


Office Open! Dolly (Saturday, 10 A.M. te 4 P.M..., Sunday, 11 A.M. te 3:30 P.M.) 


| | THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
1 d W f H f 9 5 ° Saturday, September 15, 1956 37 
———— | OeCun eek for Homes of ’56! 
2940 Chain Bridge Rd. | : , HOUSES OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. 
: : 30 | Builders Association of ' 
First Showing Sunday, 2 to 5:: By Paul Herron tien of the batiders an@ feral ‘ty raiublers, Cape a or ae ‘ are @ 9012 BROOKSIDE DR. 
; . stores. Metr opolitan ashington 
SUPERB pembovnrctuer ae More than 90 per cent of the builder is offering a “split level | 
( y~ area’s housing indus homes on exhibit are cmon — and another a.“split- sini y of these builders are, 
a , ; rstep s of the old “st ouse,” semidetached.” oe | 
ae ony on eoceny 1 oe — a eo" try _— "5 — _ — the stepehila of the in- Noticeable in the current Homes of "6 exhibitors. For ( 
oo alg Free eindied one seams s Bm? pn pre- | forward last week and local dustry. It's fair to point out housing show is subdivision im-|this reason you will be doubly, 
cantilevered balcony. Bedrooms swing open on & terrace. exciting and educational. between the step house and to home models are in commu- Exhibiting H membe s 
Library louvered windows. Roof cooling system. Huge kitchen, . day's modern split level. | nities already established and alsa plan to offer a “key” to { 
custom-built furniture, some of the many outstanding features. [| The Homes of "56 acollec-. Buyers found prices a little poast of: paved streets, trees, visitors that is actually a 
Call Mrs. Wellbrock—AD. 2-7204. . tion of scores of sparkling higher, financing terms a little jandscaping and city utilities, chance for a two-week expense- | 


| stiffer amd the homes them giving the subdivision a fin- paid vacation for two. 
. model homes. opened for a B 
]. ea Chatel, agent | - Pe 


-™ 
= = - - - - - ~~ 


peat new Case Ced with » 
ree level back roms 
'@ ier te Clearbrook Place. right to 
selves considerably more im- ished appearance. The Homes of will be 4 
, month-long run with the wel- proves (ise their “SS counter bor pioneers, however, there open daily and Sunday through 4 
1513 Wisconsin Ave. HU. 3-3356 Tcome mat properly dusted = . _. are numerous home group Sunday, Sept. 29. The identi- 
off. BF ne Hem og “one goa projects being sold from one or fying sign in front of these 
“| Wisiters awoke to a beautiful “ — + Roneee end im eee two mode. homes. homes is your assurance of a 
late fal, morning, started trek- me wl pore fom ween & “ This year the second week hearty welcome both as a visi ¢ 
king to the new houses early + Any mr tay more ™¥ of the Homes of ‘36 coincides tur and a poventie’ aust. On 
in the day and really built up cat mtg with the opening of National Page 53 of t is Real Estate Sec- 
CHEVY- CHASE-$24,9C0! momentum late Saturday and . oe eg yg | af Home Week, an observance of tiom there is a map and direc-|/ 
Rosemary School Area al] day Sunda; See eens uction onore «ne. Ue National Association of tions to all of the homes. This 
-) 6808 Hillcrest PI Bellders reperted steady same | Construcies, more a Home Builders that is one year information will be repeated. | 
SE may my im ote ake their home desires and j ior to thé Homes of "56. each Saturday until the end 
george — a Spee » * definitely in a shopping mood.” ssos¢ of the members of the of the homes show | 
white tetch, Cofeniel tn one greater proportion of buyers to However, one of the primary 


folks “just looking.” although purposes of the Homes of ‘36 sass 
everyone is cordially invited to’ exhibit is to show. at one time. 
the 


see al: the homes. he products of the entire area 
Ld There is no question bet thai industry, and to let the buyer LANIER HOMES IN 
= hed ® tothe the split-ievel home is the dem make up his mind without coer- 


3 bedrooms. 7 bere fol | Z| inant design in the current cion or sales pressure. Luxurious Rosemary Hills 


AM EXCEPTIONAL housing exhibit, spensered by Despite the predominance of 


value The Washington Pest and split levels there is good repre CUSTOM BUILT—LOOK NO FURTHER 
NS: Comm. Ave. to Rosemary Street. lift to the . = «Times Herald with the coepera- sentation in the Homes of 56 


; ee sf ea Open . ae le eal Pie ane OPEN DAILY ] TIL DARK 
PALISADES—KENT AREA This is the ultimate in beauty, space and convenience for 


\ the discriminating home buyer! Near ample shopping, fine 
dacs oy hy i schools and houses of worship. 
rt OTE ana) 


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RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE 
Perfection on Pinehurst Parkway 
bee, We estl ate opsaine Snonse. Seere, tosettel K 
teri fe'nnth, Islousied winaowr’ tn Recreation, som, Bult fe" 3 
Boost ‘lew } Beech” Drive, rit te Pinehurst Fortes and 7401. 


BETHESDA-WHITEHALL 


OFFICE OPEN SUNDAY, 10-4 P.M. 
SATURDAY AND WEEKDAYS, 9-6. 


New Address 
7613 Wisconsin Ave. 
Bethesda, Md. 


i a i ee 


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The lovely Lanier Homes—ramblers and split levels— § 
situated in a choice, high area in Montgomery County, § METZLER’S EARLY FALL OFFERINGS— 


features all-electric Hotpoint kitchen, huge dining room, § ALL OUTSTANDING VALUES 
living room, 3, 4 or 5 bedrooms, 2% or 3 baths, recreation § 


" | i t tio and many other quality extras. ff ROLLINGWOOD—Nearing Completion 
By pe ere FHA Sad duaoentionsd. Gaaee ~s ng. 4 | 7203 Lenhart Dr.—Open Daily and Sun., 11-Dark 


A nineday home week stood.” according to a spokes- PRICES FROM $24,750 TO carp anil — dewed ticle. ream, 
started today with the open- — bone oe. ls DIRECTIONS: Out Seth Street W.-W. left on Bast-West Bus. te Sengele ing kitchen, large screened porch, 
ing of some 10.900 exhibition a gigantic department store of the RIGHT ALSO 
homes across the Nation houses. and an annual occasion LYMAN Cc DELLE & co. INC. | Beautiful lots where we will design—finance and build the home 
Fy age ke n = National Home Week was for a spurt in home sales. teins i . 1420 N York Ave. N.W you desire. 
ple sized laundry or Wility room started by the National Asso The wmational association is xclusive Agents ew - N.Y. 


Directions: Out Connecticut Ave. to Leland St., right to Rollingwood 
Di Re TIONS Mass : rs ? 2 7 Hor Bu lders m also using the 1956 home week ee 3-3520 JO. 2-0683 JU. 7-7420 . Dr., right 7 hlock and left on Lenhart Dr. Follow Metzler arrows; ~ 
ond cunt as Bowes Se, au in is ae 7a cmas & _ ps 5 to launch a “school for home ; 


Toke vickt on a. Jat on _—— gee. ee Rd., 
rt b } @ candies . -* . 3 8, t on Lenhart to home. £ves., . & 

OR as arthar Bicd ‘ oian right t Cath rel * the post “ OT housing cTwusa buyers.” and to press its dis- 

ture left ROTH OPEN SUNDAY 1 TO 6 4 eight years ago “when builders content with the current short- 


FXCLUSIVE WITH thought they were misunder-2g¢ of money available for Ist OF FERING—$27,950 


mortgage loans. 


r Walk to Walter Reed Hospital 
4 STUART & MAURY, REALTORS In a statement declaring the 


Aku 


1325 Iris St. N.W.—Open Sunday, 1-Dark 
improvement of housing and | 
=  eapey iat tar in hone ovnernhly 1 | J tare ion moc hams ich hy al th tr ed ater 
Charles 1 a a page — recent years, the association | ' ’ 
$207 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. » we Nh 


, ——— BATH; full center-hall plan on Ist; 4 BEDROOMS, 2 TILE BATHS 
says there are still “many 4 : 
BERRALL JASPER FENCE ort ” on 2nd; storage attic, full basement; 3 garages; LEVEL, 
Se: he ONES, OM, OR ee okt aa BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED ANCHOR-FENCED LOT. This is an 
2 & Srentwoed F¢ Nt Among them: “A sustained . 
Phone BUdsen 3-7300 fow of mortgage credit, with- The most luxurious homes ever de- exceptional home, priced right. Eves, OL. 4-7629. 
out alternate periods of signed for as little as $15,990. 


Directions: Out 16th St. extended to Iris St., right to home. 
plenty and scarcity, must be 


sey te ys HOLD AY p RK | SPECTACULAR RAMBLER 
lems” of supplying enough l 5401 KIRKWOOD DRIVE 
schools, police and fire protec- 


i-levels & ramblers at Open Sun., 12-Dark 

Se a ee ee Shovo SU Wd. & Conmosthone Aue. eat Truly 2 gracious plan—FULL CENTER HALL-4 BEDROOMS~2 

cactittinn aial tle’ teadion | y TILE BATHS—2-CAR GARAGE-SCREENED PORCH—REC. ROOM 

er ” euntinnt “pate ye plus huge workshop areas. You will enjoy the spaciousness of 

aga oat sient a S this home at @ most reasonable price. Eves AD. 4-8832. 
NAHB President Joseph B. : Directions: Out Massachusetts Ave. extended to Brookeway Dr.. right 

Haverstick said in a home week to on Rd... right on Jordan te Kirkwood Dr. and home. Follow 

statement that the housing Metzler arrows All Exclusive 

business has “taken its place Office Oper Office Open 

beside automobiles and agri- 


culture” ip importance. He said Weekdoys Y= M ETZLER = 
home building should contrib- ) “i 6 PLM. 12 Neon 
ute $14 or $15 billion to the MD.—D. C.—VA. 

Nation's $400 billien product 


this year LN ERNER | &xcwusive acents = Tu. 2.7400 WD. C. Offices: 5022 Conn. Ave. at Nebraska—EM. 2-7400 


The association's chief econo sorry | 6406 GEORGIA AVE. NORTHWEST 
jist, Nathaniel H. Rog, id (Ea 
jhome ownership has increased 
froma 40 per cent in 1940 to al- 
\most 6G) per cent now. In 1940. 
be said. “experts held that 
most housing should be of a! 


rental pe, nce moat Amer 4 ow OPEN 


their homes. 

Increased ownership would 
not have been possible without 
development of low down pay- 
ment. low interest. long-term 
mortgages with level payments, | 

yRIOU s a@s represented by the Federal’ 
jHousing Administration and 
the Veterans Administration 
and some conventional! lenders. 

he stated 
At mts free school for home 
buyers, the NAHB’s national’ 
~~, housing center here hopes to! 
educate even more people in} 
, the ways of buying and main-| 
, ining a house. Materials have' 
been prepared so similar’ 
courses may be staged by local 
| associations in any community. 
| There will be four. two-hour 


$29,650 and $29,950 
. l evening sessions in the coming 
BE TZEi ; i two weeks, and a certificate of 


‘attendance for members of the 
1001 CONNECTICUT AVE. WwW. Di. 7.3100 OPEN SUNDAY & SAKY class when it is al. over. The 


sessions will cover financing. 
Gesign and site. construction. 
and a home owner's responsi- 
bility. At the construction ses- 
om, Builders will put up part 
of a house 

A number of manufacturers 
and trade associations are join- 
img im the spomsorship of home 
week. including those inter- 
ested im heating and cooling. 
lighting and water softening 

The 1956 homes include some 
with automatic gas incineratozs 
for trash and garbage, more 
wih outdoor lighting for out- 
door living. bigger space inside. 
and three bathrooms 

The NAHB says the swelling 
United States population makes 
it compulsory that roadblocks 
to new home construction be 
eliminated. and predicts “many 
concepts, many established ar-' 
rangements and ways of doing 
things om municipal levels” are’ 


going to be shattered. Any one of these four exciting split level and rambler variations 
7 | will successfully end your search for the home you've always wanted! 
Wood Easy to Find | Ay Value-packed in every square inch, basic features are balconies with 
Py ave Soe eas fo an RECREATION wrought-iron railings, large living rooms with fireplaces, full formal 
aan Waki te ter eed — ROOM dining rooms, breakfast space in kitchen, 4 and 5 bedrooms with 
pee ns se Seb eee feteanion sesony Nagin Sesuunne Sinton; eabeisine peated 
, “mf recreation rooms, Engli sement entrance, ma ny 

ge a ‘cor tne den, Westinghouse laundromats . . . off-street parking, carports or 
big share of the enjoyment in , over-sized garages, fully landscaped lots and finally, an excellent 

: location near N.I.H. and Naval Medical Center. 


BEDROOMS 


OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY NOON TO DARK | 


Fe ae 
‘. wa 
aos SS 


HORROR. 


Out Wisconsin Ave. 1 block paste Cedar Lane, 
; 7 ee left on Elsmere Avenue to Model Homa. 


COMVENTION AL 


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25 YtaR «4 
iM AMCiNG 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
38 Saturday, September 15, 1956 


store's treatment of the living room is shown here. The 


Space to Spare at 


There's no premium on space at this Home of °56 in F ort 
Williams Park, Alexandria, Va., built by Malcolm Vathe- 
son Jr., Inc., and Woodward & Lothrop has taken ad- 
vantage of this feature in decorating the house. The 


Fort Williams Park 


Fort Williams Park homes are built from four archi- 
tectural styles providing ramblers and split levels. Lots 
ere wooded and the location is convenient to schools, 
churches and shopping. Price range is from $19,500 to 
$24,450, with sales by Charles R. Hooj/, Inc. 


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12500 COLESVILLE ROAD 


SPRINGBROOK TERRACE 


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See This Construction Before You Buy! 
Only 4 left! Proves Valve 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT—GI TERMS TO QUALIFIED VETERANS 


We offer you © quelity built home of the finest brick construction includieg off plestered walle, deville hung 
windows. mohogery poneled sliding «closet end kitchen Goer: porte! «core? Greanm bitchees end equo™mest. 
Unper level tecture: 3 twin-sized Bedrooms end two beow {ul porte! colored fle bothrooms 


Tremendous complete'y finished recreeton. room including tie “oor plovered <olls ond ceiling and odio > ng 
beth. Level owtside entrance te cer port end yord. There is cleo « seporcte fell besetert, 7177 f. for otilities, 
leundry focilities, etc. 


OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 12 TO 7 


MR. SIGWALD 


HUBERT KLEIN? ETER 
REALTOR 33 YEARS 


cver soemo ive. JU. 7-7700 


SICVER SPRING BLDG. 


Dtrectioss * 
fe 12300 Steck, ts 


OL. 2-5789 


Brice streiett ent Coleseiiie Road 
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Hints on Using 


Mineral Wool | 


Insulation 


Here’s a National Home 
Week idea for the home owner 
The age of a house is no bar- 
rier to converting its attic into 
living space. 

Insulation is always the es 
sential first step in attic expan- 
sion, and ways have been de- 
veloped to fit batt or blanket 
insulation between studs and 


rafters regardless of the house's Sim 
age or the method of framing & 


that was used to build it 

Mineral wool batts and bian- 
kets manufactured for 16 or 24 
inch stud spacing fit most con- 
struction, but batts and bian- 
kets for 12 and 20-inch spaces 
also are available for houses 
with nonconventiona] framing. 

Insulation is easily cut to in- 
between sizes on the job. A 
sharp knife is the only tool 
necessary. An ordinary kitchen 
knife works well. 

The batt or blanket should 
be cut an inch, or a little less. 
wider than the space ta be 
filled. This assures a snug fit. 

When insulation is cut, the 
vapor barrier should be a) 


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Carport Optional $750 Extra 


*ALL TYPES FINANCING AVAILABLE 
*FHA VA 222 FINANCING 


OPEN EVERY 
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DIRECTIONS: 
From Washington, Aetl 
to Fort Buffalo (Sevan Ge 


AMERICAN 
BUILDER 


EXCITING NEW ALL COLOR KITCHEN AWARD 


GENERAL 36) ELECTRIC 


% GE Refrigerator % GE Counter Range 
\~ GEWall Oven + Disposall 
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Annandale Rd. 2 miles ta 


QO1TOR'S CHOICE 


WESTWOOD PROPERTIES. INC. 


1812 ANNA phim ‘CHURCH, 


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In every field of endeavor, there is 2 champion .. 


5501 KIRKWOOD DRIVE 


3936 North 36th Street, Arlington, Va. 


one who truly stands above the crowd ...one who is the best. 


Kettler Brothers, Inc, offer the homebuyers of 1956 the unique opportunity to pur- 
chase homes that do stand out, homes that are in every sense of the word «a real 
champion, homes that are best in location, in planning, in charm and most of all in 
superior workmanship and materials 


SITUATED on a wooded ridge between Key Bridge and Chain Bridge 
our Exhibit Home is located in exclusive “Bellevue Forest”—a con 
trolled community of better reached from 
Washington over the scenic George Washington Memorial Parkway 
and equally accessible to the Pentagon and Navy Buildings. Near 
the Washington Golf and Country Club and close to public, parochial 
and private schools; it affords the best in environment for the fam- 
ily. Designed and built by May Housing Corporation, here you will 
find lasting protection for your home investment. Most of our homes 
sre custom-built on wooded homesites—but for those unable 
to walt for construction we ere able to offer several fine homes 
ion. You may select your new home 

have it built on the lot of your choice. 


LOCATED IN NORTH ARLINGTON’S 


Featuring — 4 good bedrooms — 2 tile baths — true center Rall — living room with 
paneled fireplace wall — separate dining room — big colonial kitchen with beamed 
ceiling, all western cedar cabinets and fully equipped by te — stairway to storage attic 
— finished recreation room with sliding glass doors to a large patio — built-in garage — 
bright, out-of-ground workshop — ful! basement with toilet. 


Close to schools, churches and downtown transportation. Invest and hour in ‘your 
future — come out and see for yourself. You, too, will want to live in this country 


club community. 
ERAL B&B ELECTR 


KITCHEN 
* Dishwesher © Dispose © Eye-lewel Oven 
© Countertop Range © 11 Cu. F. Refrigerator 


FINE CONTROLLED COMMUNITY 


OF INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED 


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SPRINGFIELD, MD. 
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A Prize Home for a Prize-Winner ee nn see fon 5600 Merengo Road 
: | ee HS oC = OPEN FOR INSPECTION J 
This three-bedroom, ranch-style home will | ment, erection and closing costs. In addi- | ee ee —~ Se cas Saturday 1:30 te 6:30 Sunday 11 te 6:30 coldaye 2 to © 
be offered free to the winner of U. S, Steel | tion, the company also is offering $20,000 | A es peta ae 4 i eee. A charming and anusual split-level home in Maryland's fastest growing sub-division, and 
Homes’ Coronado Carnival contest. It's & | worth of other prizes. Entry blanks for Be GZ i Ci lle age convenient to elementary, junior high and Little Flower Parochial schools. 
super Coronado with two tile baths and | the contest at the model home in the Mur- s | i of =... The step-down room is in « wing to itself, separate dining room, large delaze kitchen; « few 
lete kitchen. The grand prize also | ray Hill, Md. subdivision, located on Indian — OR, : steps up from the entrance hall there ere 3 bedrooms end 2 bethe; wnceually ettractive end 
compte grand p ; = ’ completely out-of-ground family room, finished bedroom, bath end finished laundry room 
includes the cost of lot, archjtectural trea® | Head rd., Suitland, Md. ae Se ‘ (which could be converted te Sth bedroom) on lower level. Carport. 
| Plenty of Room for Everyone | This home features all the latest electrical equipment by Westinghouse, as listed below. 


Built by Richard H. Mansfield 


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Mobile Cabinet | This photo shows less than half of the huge 26 by 17 
P q’'* | foot family room at the Home of '56 in Hybla Valley, | 
{ seful for Kite hen Va. Furnished and decorated by Mazo® Masterpieces, > Ass Ditheom 

Now coming inte wider use Inc., the family room is an “optional” in this planned | Vy DWD-24 (W) Dishwasher 
in larger kitchens is the roll. community of 800 homes. Built by Banks and Lee, Inc. t \ A +* add tented Disposer 
eine ttend enlt « ebecial and for sale by Art Post, Inc., the Virginia subdivision Hi — DH. (WwW) Dryer 
mobile cabinet produced by s wll contain homes ranging im price from $15,; il to Westinghouse Automatic Appliance Center 

$17,629. All city conveniences will be offered in Hybla 

easily enn ea 2 mage Valley including a 70-acre shopping center and a public 
aciul Ss. wioVi asuy oO 


absolutely fantastic! Se much value 
in houses priced as low as $15,990. 


seh ool, 


= ’ casters, the unit is intended eee Sentinel hire? 
HOLL NAY PARK to provide supplementary stor- HH Cromuall to Mevenne Rend, ciate ba beuee 

ge and work-top space any Save Your Skin it BOSS AND PHEI ps INC 

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, , place in the kitchen where it ; 
Unbelievably luxurious split levels might be needed. One of the’ There's a cream on the market that you can rub on your a 
and ramblers at Viers Mill Rd. & roll-around styles on the mar- hands, arms, and face before you start to paint, do the gar- | | 1417 K Street, N.W. ' NA. 8.9300 
Conn. Ave... . ready Sept. 22. ket has a cutting slab on one- dening or car repairs, or wax the floors. When the job is | , ; - pa a 

half of the top for dicing vege- finished, the grit-and-grime wash away with plain soap and L======= —————SSS=S== ——— rrr 
tables or cutting meat, while water. The cream acts as an extra skin and does away with 
the other half has a marble harsh detergents that may irritate your skin. Ask for it at 
top for rolling pastry. The the hardware store. 
top overhangs on oné side so 
that when bar stools are pulled 
up close the unit serves as a 
snack bar. The mobile cabi 
nets are made of the same! 

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Sat et ees me nandsome and durable woods A” TW SATURDAY EVUNIN 
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WMC nia at shee Used in making regular kitch- 
‘th i Post, Sept. 15, 
Page 62 


POTOMAC HUNT COUNTRY 


“Deakins Range” 


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This pre-Civil war farmhouse has been restored and enlarged with Open Saturday and 
careful detail to retain the charm of Early American atmosphere Sunday ‘til dark 

and to provide all the conveniences of modern living. The large 
country kitchen with stone and brick fireplace is one of the many 
cutstanding features. The swimming pool and large bank barn do 
not eppear in picture. Price $75,000. kine Lene and open sign. 


DIRECTIONS: Out 
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esque Willard Estate for the development of Layton Hall, a luxuriously planned commu- 
nity of individualized custom homes. 


7 Featurin g: 


Ouner Builder Sales Agent | 4 as 
Frank Taylor, OL. 65155 Jane R. Knox, OL: 65155 | ERE in beautiful Fairfax, Virginia, Michnick-Di Maio have preserved the pictur- 


Or, Your Own Broker 


Six model homes all on completely 
landscaped homesites, on over Vs 
of an acre. Two, 3 and 4 bedrooms— 
2, 2V2 and 3 baths—Ramblers, Split 
Levels, Charming Cape Cods. 


a Priced from 


424,990 
EXCELLENT FINANCING AVAILABLE | 
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In the Beautiful Section of 


SPRINGFIELD, MD. 


This is one of @ group of split-level and two-story houses that we have just completed 
in this fine, close-in suburban community. These houses are within easy walking distance 


of public and parochial schools and the Kenwood Country Club. | AIR CONDITIONING BY GENERAL ELECTRIC 


Pa a have pra tok qur resources of skill and expérience to make these three and 
room, twee-bath homes, superb types in permanence of construction, convenience Models 
of household needs and beauty of community life. | Available on Ali 


You Are Cordially Invited To Inspect Our Model Home : . 3 Model Homes Furnished by P. J. Nee & Co. 


3610 Knollwood Road DIRECTIONS: Out Arlington Boulevard (Route $0) to Fairfax Circle, 


In a Section Where All Houses Are New and Pretty! ! sontinve 1'4 miles past Fairfax Circle on Route 50 te Route 123 
OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY, 10 A.M. TO 8 P.M. ond stop light—toft on 123 Payne Street) eppreximetely Yo mile 
| te Layton Hall entrance and Furnished Model Homes. 
TO Reach: West on Massachusetts Ave, one See or Coll A. H. PARKER | 7 . ¢ . 
mile past the District line te Cromwell Drive, ‘ | | ae 1520 K Se. ST, 3-1940—Prej. CR. 32-3370 
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Streak and Spot Prevention WASHINGTON POST Jog TIMES HERALD 


Ugly stains on white painted exterior walls often come from 


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corrosion of screens, gutters, flashings, down-spouts, nails, hinges varnishing of these metal surfaces this fall wil ald in eliminating 
and other outside hardware on your house. Painting or’ ‘such unsightly blemishes. 


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BRICK 
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FEATURING: 3 bedrooms * Foyer entrance * 
Separate dining area * Beautiful kitchen with 
natural birch cabinets * Service pantry * Full 
basement with laundry fecilities © HOT WATER 
HEAT © Plastered walle * Off street parking * 
Fully sodded lots 


DisTRICT HEIGHTS, MD. 
Adjacent to Mt. Calvary Catholic Church and School. 
Direct transportation at the front door. 

Safeway Store 2 minutes’ walk. 


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Handsome outside, handsome inside is this Home of 
"56 built and sold by Kettler Brothers, Inc., in Spring- 
field, Md, Shown above is the 


family room of this dwelling and the excellent furnish- 


Kirkwood dr., is a four-bedroom, two bath split level 
with a center hall, living room with fireplace paneled 
wall and many other outstanding features. Price of the’ 
home is $34,950. The Springfield, Md. community has 
alPrity utilities and is convenient to churches, shopping, 
transportation and schools. 


Montgomery County, 


ing scheme created by Mayer and Co. This home, at 5501 


‘Sun Sleuth’ Does Rugged Paint Research Job 


In Miami, Fla., the research staff of a major automotive'sun for two years. The device, called a “spectroheliometer,” 
company is working against sun damage to auto finishes with records the amount and intensity of the sun's light and heat 
the aid of a “sun sleuth” that has kept its automatic eye on the that reaches paints, lacquers and enamels. 


16,850 


G.1—-NO MONEY DOWN 
- $112 per month 


only 
everything included 


NON-GI, $3000 DOWN 
$122 Per Month 


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Furnished & Decorated By 
Dupont Decor 
2 Dupont Circle 


A OOTLGIDS 85.. ee 
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These attractive homes offer the utmost in 
value —- Walking distance to complete 


shopping center, church and 
schools. 


Open 12 ’til Dark Every Day 


Directions: Out Pa. Ave. S.E. to Branch Ave., 
right on Branch Ave. to Colebrook Drive (1st 
traffic light over D. C. Line). Right on Cole- 
brook Drive to 26th Ave., left on 26th Ave. to 
Lyons St., follow signs to Model Home—OR 
Suitland Parkway to Branch Ave. follow above 
directions— 


ALDRE Incorporated 


REdwood 6-6460 


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HOPKINS & WAYSON, Builders IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 


DIRECTIONS: 


Out Pa. Ave., $.L. te Alabama Ave., left 
on Alabama Ave. to Maribore Pike, con- 
tinve on Maribore Pike te 7400 block, 
left te model home. 


peter j hagan & son 


3906 Rhode Island Ave. 


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IN. THE 
MOST 
DESIRABLE 
RESIDENTIAL 
SECTION 

IN 
NORTHERN 
VIRGINIA 


ON 


HUGE 
LOTS) 
YZ ACRE 
OR 
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in 
delightful 
Fairfax, Va. 


i. “FULL BATHS ~ 


Another Quatity Subdivision by 


SEE .THE POOL 
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COME... BRING THE FAMILY... YOU MAY WIN THIS 


VALUE HOME OF 1957 


ONE OF CARL M. FREEMAN’S AMERI CANA womes IN RIDGEVIEW ESTATES 


SELECTED BY FAMILY CIRCLE MAGAZINE, for outstanding design for better family living . . . 
NATIONAL LUMBER MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION, 


for versatile use of lumber’. . . 


e AMERICAN BUILDER MAGAZINE, for new techniques in contemporary building .. . 


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selected by The Washington Post and Times Herald a: the Idea Home of the Y cor. 


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Get your entry blank at 
PAR Kington-Arlington, 


The Hecht Ca, 


‘fill in your name and 


address and deposit it at the Value Home of 1957, 
Ridgeview, in Fairfax County before Nov. 6th 


HERE'S WHAT YOU MAY WIN! ... a $16,990 
splic level home by Carl M. Freeman Associates 
that combines such exciting contemporary innova- 
tions in design as dramatic cathedral ceilings, 
living and dining areas that flow together yet 


THE NATIONAL LUMBER 
MANUFACTURERS ASSOC I- 
ATION selected this house es an 
example of the individuality the 
use of lumber can give to con- 
temporary homes designed for to- 
day’s indoor-outdoor living. 


AMERICAN BUILDER MAGA- 
ZINE salutes the use of new tech- 
niques im contemporary building 
which combine to create a house 
in the moderate price field, adapt- 
able to « residential lor of average 
size, and suited to today's family. 


FAMILY CIRCLE MAGAZINE 


retain their privacy, adjoining patio, for indoor- 
outdoor living ... with the solid comfort of three 
bedrooms, one-and-a-half tile baths, a kitchen that 
is a dream of efficiency! New, too, is the walnut- 
finish-panel “family” room, the “men’s” workshop. 


ew Te REACH THE VALUE SOME OF 1957 FROM 
TRE BECHT CO. PARKINGTON 

Past on Glebe Rd. to Shirley Highway; turn off at Springlield-Free 

conte Cloverleaf; ture left over bridge ow Franconia Rd; proceed 

9.9 mle: to Americana Homer, Ridgeview Estates, entrance on right. 

Homes epew daily 10 AM wil dark. Contest closes Now. 6, 1956 


THE HECHT ©O.'S Decorating Studio was chosen by Family Circle 
Magazine ta decorate the Value Home of 1957. You may call on 
our stall of Interior Decorators, tn all throes sore, at auy time . 
thelr services ave available te pou at ae con. 4th Floor, Wasbing- 
tou; Srd Floor, Silver Spring ond P ARKington. 


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Manyfacturers,Suppliers 
end Subcontractors Partici- 
pating in the construction of 
THE VALUE HOUSE 


8. A. COR COMPANY 
“Wincreft” Range & Oven 


ALBERT H. VOIGHT, INC. 
PRECISIONWARE, INC. 
Kitchen Cabinets 


TRIM GLIDE, INC. 
Sliding Alurninum Doors 


UNITED BRYANT COBP. 
Bryant Furneces and Air Conditioners 


RMSEM MANUFACTURING CO. 
Wetrer Heaters 
AM OERSEX Then 
7 eg A 
Ww AMD 
SN COMPANY 
Gless end Gating 
WILLIAMS PRODUCTS 
co. Inc. 
Glide-All Siding Closet Deer Units 
enonet *. WARNER CO. 
Plurnbing 
KIDWELL AND KIDWELL 
Drywall Contrectors 
EDGAR MORRIS SALES CO. 
Westinghouse Distributors 
TIOMAL SLECTRIC CO. 
Rectris Pumuree ond SOtdhen Fore 
& €& Sensy, me. 
Electrical Contractors 
FRAME M. EWING CO. 
Lumber, Sheathing and Siding Suppiia 


FLOORING CONTRACTORS 
Wood and Composition Floors 


METAL DISTEIOUTES OO. BIG. 
“Metal Bestos” Prefabricated Fives 


pen & JONES 
Painting 
Paints end Architectural Finishes 
WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT CO. 
Consultants 


THE HECHT ‘CoO. 


Pankingiow Arlington 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


ny 


va 


eites Goerd, ie «@ statement to 
the Heme Builders Association 
ef Metropolitan Washington, 
called for, “. .. @ recognition of 
the samc {ty of the home. There 
sheult be am awareness of the 
ben’ between the home and 
the Divine Crestor,” Chapiain 
Harp said. 

Admiral Harp referred to 
the “Nation's ebligation to the 
veteram, deciaring, 
caumbert upon us te make 
these (he veteran's) dreams 
of tbomre am available reality. 


om terme that credit the vet-' 


“Tt is in’ 


eran with the degree of re 


sponsibility that he has dem-|} 


onstrated to us and our wey’ 
of life. 


_\Chaplain Harp Issues 
- A Home Week M essage 


| Qe the occasion of National, 
Heame Week Bear Admiral Ed 
| ward B Harp, Jr. Chairman 
Yet the Armed Forces Chap 


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“The spiritual values, rec 
ognized and believed by our 


forefathers whe mentioned 


them in the laws of the land, 
are even now at stake In the 


world for men's 
minds. 

“It presently becomes one 
of the missions of all spiritu- 
ally minded Americans to keep 
these principles alive in Ameri- 
can homes,” Chaplain Harp) 
said. “An aggressive move- 
ment in this realm will be a 
vanguard in the struggle of) 
these times.” 


struggle 


| A TREMENDOUS 


Se Pee 


Re SS. 


ACHIEVEMENT 
IN 
HOME VALUE! 


In Nearby Virginia % 


Gey 


Shenandoah Valley, Virginia $950 DOWN 


OUTSTANDING BARGAIN ; 
from D. C., contams three bedrooms, I", (Going abroad) *14,950 


baths, a full basement tiled fer « recree- 

tron area, built-in gorage ond equipped Modern $ Room Retirement Residence. 99% Perfection. 

by Dupont Decor at 2 Dupont circle nw. kitchen. Price of the home is $17,309. Campieteiy furnished, tools, ete Highway 211, on —. 
; rutter Mountain. Separate 

i The all-brick rambler, located justa mile Se — valuable Woodland & Gust, eek 

for smail . Excellent Commercial Possibilities. Ideal 

for Author Artist. 


New York Jail Has ‘Penthouse,’ Pastel Walls] - Prices $28,500.00 a : 


as well as the regular year-old Dbullding thal woes over . 
crowded and inadequate. A tu» ZERKEL REALTY, 203 Bunker Hill Road 


The ‘Inside ‘Story? at Hillcrest Heights 


10 eu.-ft. refrigerster, birch axbinets. 


Hillcrest Pull Basement with outside entrance 


This comfortable home in 


Heights, Md., built and for sale by Aldre, 


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Inc., has been furnished and decorated | Se aoe 
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Out Shirley Hey. te Prea- 
right te Re. 644, left on 


nar i erste re 
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ALEXANDRIA REALTY CO. 


3-BEDROOM, ALL-BRICK 
RAMBLERS 


1% BATHS 


OPEN TODAY 
12 te DARK 


Seles by RI. esse8 


The new city prison for:nasium, 
Brooklyn, N. Y.—featuring rec- 44Y rooms. i 
reation and eating rooms on, *2°lescents, who are to nel links it with the city’s ce» 


Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash 
ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


kept from adult prisoners, will 
each prisoner floor and large — on the ninth and tenth tral courthouse rm OSS 
airy celis with 


pastel-colored floors. Adult felons will be 
walls—will be ready for use this housed on the seventh and 
fall, the American Municipal eighth floors, and prisoners held 
Association reports on misdemeanors wil] be on the 
Prison officials say that the fifth and sixth floors. Lower 
$11 million building offers the floors contain the administra 
most modern jail facilities. For tive offices, visiting rooms, em- 
instance, the top floor has two ploye dining rooms, laundry, 
“penthouse” recreation rooms, and the liké 
separated from the open air by| The Brooklyn House of De- 
wire mesh, That floor also has tention for Men—the official 
a medical and dental clinic and name for the new jail—can hold 
a chapel. On the 10th floor are 817 prisoners due for trial or 
a library, a study, and a gym- sentence. It will replace a 120 


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A rlington | Wall Distinction 


. Let your walls speak for 
A pts. Sold chomnesboon Old brick and 
An eight-unit. 


stone niake warmly beautiful 

one-bedroom 4 liv 
apartment building. built in S@fToundings for good living. 
1938 and located at 5716 N. 11th; Why hide them with plaster or 
rd., Arlington, Va, was sold board? Kitchen and living room '| 


recently to Russell M. ee areas are especially suited for 
500. Seller was Colonel Leslie Tick or stone walls. When 
Martin of Oklahoma. The trans- ceramic or quarry tile is used 
action was handled by Charles for flooring in these rooma, & 
C. Johnson of Walker & Dun- fine, enduring effect is 
lop, Inc. achieved. 


LOOK FOR THE HOMES OF 1956 


with 


HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING 


by 
GENERAL @® ELECTRIC 


CUSHWA 


BRICK & BUILDING SUPPLY Co. 
Heating-Alr Conditioning Division 
1355 LEE HIGHWAY, ROSSLYN, 9 


LIVINGSTON HEIGHTS 


3-BEDROOM RAMBLERS 
ONLY 5 MINUTE DRIVE FROM WASHINGTON 
NEVER BEFORE SUCH A BARGAIN FOR ONLY 


13,900 » 


FEATURING: 


Lerge 22-Ft. Living @ Gas Mot-Air Heat 
Room with indirect @ Western-Holly 
Lighting 
Hardwood Floors _ 
Modern Bath with oa 
Modernfold Shower with Rotisserie, Birch 
Door Cebinets, 11-Cw.-ft 
@ 3 Nice-Size Bedrooms Refrigerator and . 
@ Folding-Door Closets Exhoust Fan 
® Just 4, Mile From Oxon Hill Community Swimming Pool 
—Open 


Open Sat. and Sun., 10 A.M. te Dark Weekdays, 4 te Dark 


DRECTIONS: Over South ce OXON all 
: CrALTY Co 


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Bight ‘sign ot Livingston LO. 7-3600 @ LO. 7-360! 
F. MARCHEGIANI AND P. BOTTALICO, BUILDERS 


POTOMAC FARM ESTATES 


In Potomac Hunt Club Area 


3 Bedrooms, 214 baths, huge Paneled Den on living level, 
separate Dining Room, large fully equipped kitchen, over-sized 
2-car garage, full basement. 3 acres of lend. 


$42,500 


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ONS: Out River Rd. te Potomac Village. 
mile then bef} os So. Glen RA. ‘» mille te 


OPEN SAT. & SUN. 1-6 


COUNTY-WIDE REALTY co. 


OL. 23-5858 , ives. OL. 45108 
7942 Wiecensin Ave., Bethesda, Md. 


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at Branch and Ave. 


RAMBI ERS | PERFECTION | 


KAY & SONS BUILDERS »« 


3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Tiled Full Basement; All Brick 
Livng room (fireplace optional), separate dining room, 
modern kitchen fully equipped including 11.4 Westinghouse 
Convenient te Census Bureau, Andrews Field, Bolling Field. 


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HILLCREST AREA 


Correct Color Choice of Paint THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Saturday, September 15, 1956 43 
Good use of paintcolor can show your house at its best. It 
can accentuate the best architectural features and conceal the|cam be painted a color that contrasts to the body of the house, 
less attractive ones so they will hardly be noticed. If the win-|If they are too large, too small, or awkwardly placed, a matching 
dows and doors are well placed and in good proportion, they'color will bring them into better line. 


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Complete GE Kitchen in Color 


GENERAL @} ELECTRIC THE EASTERN RAMBLER 
© SE henge Ten © OF Kitchen Cobinet $19,550 to *23,300 


Ov GE Dishwasher 
@ GE Wel en © = VET 5% TO 10% DOWN PAYMENT 


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To qualified purchesers, also evailable FHA 
Directions: Out Shirley Hwy. to Conventional Financing and Servicemen’s Career Loans 


i t ight on 
an Seer eS These beautiful homes feature stee! bear and brick construction, rock woo! insule- 


“y ! tion . . . living room with fireplace and picture window, dining. room, GE all-coler 
oh poy Aas aay egy Page kitchen with Formica countertops, linoleum floor, exhaust fan, ceramic tile beth, 
Exhibit Home plastered walls. Abundance of closet space. Full daylight basement, Rheem 
, furnace, 40-gallon hot-water heater. Concrete driveways. Minimum lot size 12,000 
OPEN DAILY... sq. ft. All city utilities. Close to churches, schools, shopping. One-year warranty. 
10 A.M, “TIL DARK Added Features: The new Honeywell Moduflow temperature contro! system—the 
“TAPELITE” wall switch—end the Honeywell Fire Belle completely sutometic 

household fire detection. 


EXHIBIT HOME 1067 CHAMBLISS ST. UNSURPASSED FOR LOCATION ... FOR VALUE... FOR CONVENIENCE 
ASK OUR SALESMEN 
ABOUT THE NEW SUB- 


DIVISION OF BRICK (irae | 
RAMBLERS & A Be S bill & 
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Priced from © DEVELOPERS © BUILDERS © REALTORS © INSURANCE 
$14,950 © $18,950 4610 LEE HIGHWAY, ARLINGTON, VA. JA. 4-1300 


An Appointment With Luxury at a Home of 7°56 


This living room scene is in the “Bonheur.” model | ily’ and dining room that has a fireplace and a room 
home displayed as a Home of "56 by the W.C. and A, | divider allowing two rooms from one in a fifteen by 
N. Miller Development Co. In keeping with the Colo- | thirty foot area. The home, in Sumner, Md., also con- 
nial styling of this home Corrados, Inc. has furnished | tains a ground-level recreation room, three bedrooms, 
and decorated the dwelling in a rich and luxurious | and two full baths on the first floor and two bedrooms 
manner. A feature of this home is a combination “fam- and bath on the second. 


Colors in the Crystal Ball Courtesy the Jamestown Festival 


An early American color revival—eventually to be-known!ment in the New World at Jamestown in 1607. The James- 

a , ‘town Eestival of 1957 is sure to be inspirational to such mem- 

as Jamestown colors—is predicted for the 1957 celebration!) ors of the color world as paint manufacturers, men and 
of the 350th anniversary of the first permanent English settle-- women’s fashions, and the automobile industry. 


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for—a split level created by Mace Properties for aye family 


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EXCELLENT VA, FHA living. The large, bright bedrooms are separated from the livi 
& CONVENTIONAL sntertalring, Yet all retala 9 specious indiylduslity, The sliding 
FINANCING AVAILABLE entertaining, yet sti ain a spacious indiyi rye Bde A on." 


— doors of the dining area invite patio meals 
oom for winter fun, hobbies, storage or future bedrooms is in 
the spacious lower level with four above grade windows and an 


3 BEDROOMS outside entrance. The step-and-work-saving kitchen with Its 
glamorous kitchen equipment gives mother time to enjoy 
OTHER MODELS gardening or a bridge gaine. Come out today and see this exciting 


1 } BATHS PRICED AT $15 200; $16 400 new home in convenient, suburban Bristow. 


16,700 AND $18, ) @ TWO AND -A-HALF @ LIVING ROOM 
. deh ta BATHS FIREPLACE 


@ ALL BRICK @ GENERAL ELECTRIC 
CONSTRUCTION . KITCHEN 


- , @ FINISHED FLAGSTONE ® SODDED AND 


@ GE DISPOSALL © GE DISHWASHER PATIO LANDSCAPED LOTS 


The set Mestres as | © THREE LARGE © LOWER LEVEL FLOOR 
ESSEX i" ae gs = en ge © GE REFRIGERATOR BEDROOMS TILED 


> a: tameee with 25-lb.freezer © EXPANSIBLE LOWER MACE QUALITY : 


@ GE “FILTER-FLOW” CLOTHES WASHER LEVEL @ BLACKTOP DRIVEWAY | 
@ SPACIOUS DINING AREA 


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From Washington, ge ever sither 14h oe al THROUGHOUT 
| | General Electric Supply Co. 


705 Edgewood $t. N.E. HU. 3-6800 R $ 990 
The LYNBROOK ‘ 7 | PRICED AT 19, : 


Model Iustreted 419.098 | $490 DOWN TO QUALIFIED VETERANS 
START SCHOOL THIS FALL Close to Parks, Schools and Also FHA, Conventional and Career Service Financing 
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PLASTERED WALLS 
BRICK CONSTRUCTION 


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You duldres de net have te miss ene Swimming Club for your Con- 


Senet when venience and Pleasure. 


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Cloverleaf, right on Route 236 to Annandale. Take 


“Rete 649 (Raveneworth Rd.) te eur signe. 3865 WILSON BLVD., ARLINGTON 


AGENTS ON PROPERTY DAILY AND SUNDAY, 10 AM. “TH. DARK. ee Be ed 


OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 10 A.M. to DARK 


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Natural Gas Industry Plans $7 Billion Expansion Peas cepa 1058 ati as ng RHEE LS 2 Vata ae 


The American natural gas in-| W. F. Rockwell Jr., Pitts-:will encompass the greatest ex-)sociation, Rockwell said plipe- car a new coat of color. Lacquer and enamel are the products|and hard enough for delivery within a few hours. Good idea 
dustry has embarked on & burgh, Pa. reported that the pansion of natural gas-facilities jine and utility companies ex- “S¢4 for this purpose. They dry dust-tree in a few minutes|to have it done now for a against winter weather. 


$7 billion. four-yeat expansion discovery and production of in any four-year period of the péct to spend a total of $7.3 
program which Will strengthen natural gas have increased industry’s history, according to 
the Nation’s economy and dramatically during the past Rockwell. Citing figures pre- 
standard of living, the presi-| decade. pared from construction data 29d expansion of present facil- 


dent of the Gas Appliance | The years 1956 through 1959 and by the American _ As- ities between 1956 and 1959. 


billion for new construction Copyright 1954, House & Gerstin Agener 


This Home of the Future 
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mory attraction is, of 
course, fine bomes of 
super> design ead me- 
reriats. 


These homes exemplity 
creetive modern plen- 


ning. Interior arrange- Additional Attractions of Rey Park 

ments are vacem monly ore its convenience to dewntown vic two main roeds and it's proximity 

versezile and interesting to porks, three majer shopping centers and scheols from grammer te 

ond toke full advantoge to college level. Undisputably, « Home of "56 in . 

of the beautiful outdoors Be Ray Pork means a future of rich returns S 4 

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cathedral ceilings... the cae ———— se , 
inviting sun perch... the | a4 eee ae | 10-acre recreation park and school we VA Abprovas 


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dimten of haadiantn Scan tiey Naibacisediiamanend Ghent ® Dining room opening on patio DIRECTIONS: Drive oy» — 


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Riggs Rd, continue to Ray Rd., left on Ray Rd. te huge refrigerator, disposer, breakfast nook 


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THE BOSWELL MHLER CONSTS on THA 6 P.M, OWNERS & BUILDERS, Phene LO. 56-5060 
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3-BEDROOM RAMBLERS PRICED FROM 


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‘NO MONEY DOWN TO QUALIFIED VETERANS 


Attractive Terms for Non-Veterans 
Check These Quality Features: 


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2-BEDROOM HOME $ | 
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Conveniences © Sewer 
Paved Streets ® Gutters 


Water ® Street Lights 


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Open Daily 10 a.m. to Dark Includes. Taxes & Insurance 
NEW SECTION NOW OPEN, SECTIONS 1, 2 & 3 SOLD | 


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D.C. © THE BATH © 10,000 SQUARE FOOT LOTS © SIDEWALKS 
* DINING AREA * OIL HEAT © SLIDING DOOR CLOSETS © PAVED 
STREETS © CITY WATER © HUGE PICTURE WINDOW © OAK HARD- 
WOOD FLOORS © OUTSIDE STORAGE ROOM © CURBS AND GUTTERS 
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Antiquing. Makes it Mellow 


Antiquing or: glazing a surface to ang it a mellow look, 


Peanuts, Plywood Handy Pair 


Peanuts and plywood sound! customers are the best—they 
like an inharmonious combina- are in to buy something bit 
tion if ever you heard one. (they don’t know exactly what 


But one quick-thinking Flori- and hence are wide-open’ to 

| \done by applying a tinted glazi ename 
da retail lumber dealer used reasonable suggestions. ‘or PRM gt oR The ebcing eld, ites Otte little a+ 
this combination to good ad-' In the Florida lumber yard, or burnt umber—de ing upon tone you want—is usuallj 
vantage. the customers not only browse >rushed on, then. blended out with a piece of cheesecloth. Thi 
, First of all, he made a pea- but they can munch on the Uneven areas, where there is molding or carving, are oftes 
.nut trough out of fir plywood.’ y © left darker. Flat areas are highlighted by removing the giazin 
Then he kept a steady supply| Peanuts until*a salesman can liquid from’ them almost entirely. Before beginning a mate 
of goobers in the troughs for get to them. Then, helpful project, better a little on a small unimportant area. 
browsing customers. Some hints, to the accompaniment of if you happén to have an old piece of furniture you don’t like 
‘dealers claim that browsing’ crunching peanuts, are given. | Use Lf for practice. You'll be pleasantly surprised with thi 

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Tall Trees, Beautiful Gardens and—Cavalier 


This is Cavalier, a Bethesda, Md., community and the 
site of a Home of '56. As you will notice, the lots are 
beautifully landscaped, tall trees were saved and the 
community is complete. The homes are priced from 
$29,950 and are for sale by the Thomas L. Phillips Realty 


Co. Built by the Cavalier Construction Co., buyers are 
offered six different split level styles to choose from 
and a choice of three, four and five bedrooms, 2, and 
three baths. Model home is located at 7601 Marbury rd., 


. Bethesda. . 


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Shiedding vegutsbion Onsite wesh. sa, reosphasios. tor} See Our Spacious Homes 

should avoid dropping pots'photographic developing solu-’ 


stains from fruits may become 
real problems if left alone. 


Kitchen and bathroom fix- 


By Vivian Brown 


AP Newsfeatures Writer 


HOME OWNERS who have 
bank-borrowed to make home 
improvements, such as new 
plumbing, are usually overly. 
Zealous in insuring that the 
new home additions get good 
care. That's the way it should 
be if you'd preserve the appear- 
ance and usefulness of them 

Plumbing fixtures, for ex- 
ample, are day-to-day cleaning 
chores, sometimes neglected 
Rust from dripping faucets, a 
loose tile around a faucet and 


tures need regular cleansing 
with soap and warm water to 
preserve their sheen, other- 
wise they may become dull 
within a short time. 

Pots, pans or silverware left 
in the sink may cause rust 
spots. Fruit or vegetables per 
mitted to drain in the sink may 
cause permanent acid stains. 
Grease, tea and coffee grounds 
can cause hard-to-remove stains 
if left standing on fixtures. 

Sink enamel is easily dam- 
aged if used for chipping ice, 


HUNTING HILL 


ESTATES 


Beautiful Rolling Hunt Country 


near Rockville 


: Open Today & Sunday 2 to 6 P.M. 
SEVERAL SMALL ESTATES 


with interesting new ramblers offering everything for 
gracious living. Specially priced to sell now. 


Select a 2, 3 or 4 bedroom home to mit your family's 
needs. Homesites vary from 1 1/3 to 2 1/2 acres fully en- 
closed with white board Middleburg fence. Prices begin 


at $29,950. 


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Also available, a few choice building sites, 11 acres 
to 2.2 acret, $3,500 per acre 


Directions: Out Wiseensin Ave. thru Reckville on Ri. 24. about *% 
mile beyond Cleverlea!, new 246, te Glen Mill Bd. left te open home. 


Kobert 1. Hall C. 


REALTORS .« 


4919 Se. Elmo Ave. Bethesda 


insvRorse 


OL. 2-3250 


For Details, Mr. Lebling, OL, 4-6688 


BIGGEST 


Home Value 


Fairfax, Virginia 


Immediate Occupancy 


TO QUALIFIED VETS 
25-30 YEAR, VA, FHA 


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and pans into the sink or slid- tions because stains will result,| @ 
ing them across enameled sur- often impossible to remove. | 


faces. 
It's a good idea to stand on‘dr 


your bath mat if you are clean- leak is repaired at once basin! 
ing the bath tub area. Shoes stains will not result. When| 


worn in the tub can scratch the th 
finish 


mineral deposits they will be’ 


Many homemakers tolerate) 
ipping faucets, whereas if the 


ese are made by hard water) 
®@ GRACIOUS COUNTRY 
high cost area where ¥ 


Avoid overcrowding the med- difficult to remove. | 


icine chest so that items falling) 
out scratch the lavatory or floor ¢, 
tile 

Plumbing fixtures 
warn that kitchen, 


Here’s Handy Tips 
On Buying Plywood 


Here's a handy tip for those 
who know about fir plywood 
but don't know ,important de- 
tails on how to order it. | 

There are two types of fir 
plywood: exterior type made 4c 
with a fully waterproof glue 4* 


to 


making a simple cleaning solu- 
experts tion. Shave half a bar of nap- 
laundry tha-based laundry soap into a 
quart of warm water. Add two 
ee gage of kerosene. App 
it wi 


This will usually work, unless 
neglect has given the stain a 
head 
cleanser may be used ‘ 
Rub it lightly with a coarse’ 
cloth and use plenty of water 


If soap and warm water fail 
remove that type stain, try 


gas, electricity 


@ MORE SPACE—feor 
ation, 8 hase bed 
daylight 
reem er extra 


@ NEW WONDER 
efficiency tn color: 
deluxe appliances « 


a cloth and wash off. 


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start. A mild abrasive 


remove it. | 
Never use a cleanser with an! 
id or bleach content, even) 
a last resort, experts advise. 


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VING—outside the 

es are greatest 

@ KING SIZE WOODED LOTS—with lereiy 
oak trees 


@ ALL CITY CONVENIENCES —tewer, water, 


dasement with space for recreation 
bedrooms 


FINE SCHOOLS. cupermart 
ee ey tibia easy — , 
@ NEW SWIMMING POOL—sew open 


OPEN HOUSE: Sat. & Sun. 11 A.M. to, Dark, Weekdays 3 P.M, te Dark 


20th CENTURY HOMES, Inc., 7942 Wisconsin Ave., Bethesda, Md. 


@ining. reere- 


mirsele of 


Lovely HERNDON WOODS Virginia 


Homes with garage as low as $14,865. Others from $12,895 te $18,975 
“BEST FOR FAMILY LIVING” Says Parents Magazine 


Low Down Payment 
As Low As 


$645.0 


for veterans 


Easy Monthly Terms 
As Low As 
$99.00 


Including everything 


built-in 


OLiver 6-7770 


for permanent exposure to 
water and weather, and in- 
terior type which is made from 
a moisture-resistant (but not 
waterproof) glue for indoor 
applications, 

This is important In all types 
of construction whether it be 
a small item being built tn the 
basement by the do-it-yourself 
fan or a large-scale operation 
planned by an architect and 
contractor. 

Within each type there are 
several different grades and 
anyone who is contemplating 
a building project with fir ply- 
wood should know about these 
different grades. 

The Douglas Fir Plywood 
| Association, Tacoma 2, Wash.., 
‘has a handy “Facts Booklet” 
available without charge for 
| those who write in. This little 
| booklet Will give you a multi-' 

|tude of tips on how to select 
|type and grade and save a lot 
of headaches for the builder. | 


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FINANCING AVAILABLE 


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@ 22 BATHS 


® Built-in Garage 


@ Finished Recreation 


OUT TODAY! 
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BEWITCHED HOME BUYERS SMASH a 


BRICK ALL AROUND FULL BASEMENT RAMBLERS 
SOAR TO ALL TIME SALES AS PUBLIC THRONGS 
TO HARMONY HILLS IN SILVER SPRING, MD. 


HARMONY HILLS, Sept. 14—A spectacular Grand Open- } 


ing, followed by consistent and record-breaking sales, has 
made this beautiful, suburban Maryland community the 
talk of the real estate world. The contrast between dingy, 
cramped apartment living and the wide-open convenience 
of one’s own home has never been more strikingly evident. 


the living space available in any apartment. (The Cinder- 
ella Home is the largest brick home in the Silver Spring 
area at its price —ED.). The extra spaciousness and com- 
fort of the thrée over-size bedrooms; the deluxe and fully 
equipped kitchen; the separate dining area; the dramatic 
split foyer entrance; the full basement, easily convertible 


SALES RECORDS ON. 


. For less than rent your family can enjoy double and triple | 


to a recreation room; and the pride and pleasure in the | 


beauty of the huge lots have created a literal stampede 
toward what represents nothing less than a new way of life. 


O 
0. F. C. CORPORATION, BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS OF OVER 


2,000 HOMES AND APARTMENTS IN THE WASHINGTON AREA — 


ASSURE BUYERS OF PEACE OF MIND IN HOME PURCHASE. 


The immeasurable experience and “know-how” provided 
by the builders and developers of Harmony Hills—the 
O. F. C. Corporation of Silver Spring—is in large measure 

responsible for thre superiority of 


the Cinderella Home and the pub | ... the Cinderella kitchen drew raves with its 10 cu. ft. 


lic favor it now enjoys. Ralph 
Ochsman, President; Morton 
Funger, Secretary, and Samuel 
Cohen, Treasurer, have initiated 
and directed the construction of 
such well-known and admired area 
developments as Longbranch Vil- 
lage,’ Parkwood Village, Argyle 
Club Estates, Wheaton Manor, 
Paradise Homes, North Avondale, 
Riggs Terrace, Northwood Village, 
Meurilee . Arms, Cobur Terrace, 
Lloyds, Coronet, and Barclay... 
all 
homes. 


Ralph Ocitfsman, 
shown above, is Pres- 
ident of O.F.C. Corpo- 
ration and a veteran 
of more than twelve 
years in area con- 
struction. Shown be- 
low is Morton Funger, 
Secretary of the f 
and a communi 
planning expert. 


Harmony Hills repre- 


y ment to date, and the Cinderella, 
this firm has ever built. You, as 


will receive 


outstanding apartments and | 


sents O. F. C.’s finest achieve- | 


a buyer of the Cinderella Home | 
the benefit of the | 


great background, success and | 
proven dependability demonstrat- 
ed by the O. F. C. Corporation in | 
the construction of better homes | 
and in the planning of modern | 
suburban communities in the met- | 


ropolitan area. 
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ONLY $300 DOWN TO VETERANS 


AMAZING LOW PRICE OF ONLY 


$14,990 Spur Sales Dramatically 


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3 TWIN SIZE BEDROOMS: Here is living space, sleeping 
space impossible to duplicate in any dpbartment.. . 
certainly never at a comparable price! Big sunny bed- 
rooms, huge, oversized closets, make so much 
more versatile. 4 


DELUXE EQUIPPED KITCHEN: The apple of the home maker's 


Kelvinator deluxe Refrigerator and full size Florence Gas 
Range with built-in breakfast bar, birch natural finish 
cabinets and exhaust Fan. No apartment kitchen was 
ever like this. 


SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM: Much larger: than what passes 
for an apartment living room, the Cinderella living room 
features a dramatic picture window, and provi the 
needed space for entertaining on a really sociable scale. 


SEPARATE DINING AREA: Another hit with the ladies, the 
Cinderella separate dining area provides space for formal 


| dining and a dining room suite. The kitchen can be re 


served for intimate family gatherings and meals or snacks. 


SPLIT FOYER ENTRANCE: Providing access to the 
Cinderella, the split foyer sensibly routes traffie either to 
the basement or the living level without disturbing the 


it 
the most highly acclaimed home, | routine of daily activities. In pod gee gy By decor 


provides a stunning entryway keynote of 


modern luxury and style for the entire home. 


® Outside entrance to kitchen. ® Venetian blinds in all 
and doors 


finished rooms. *® Screens screen t. 
® Choice of available interior paints, tiles, formica and 


mit 


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Drive straight out Georgia 
Avenue past the Wheaton 
ey Center. Continue 
on gia Avere follow- 
ing “Cinderella Homes” dt 
rectional signs to Harmony 
Hills Community entrance. 
Turn left to furnished mod- 
el home. Model home is 
open Saturday and Sunday 
10 AM. until 9 P.M. and 
Daily 12 Noon until 9 P.M. 
The Model Home phone is 
WHitehall 609826. 


HARMONY HILLS, A LONG ESTA- 
BLISHED COMMUNITY DEDICATED 
TO CONCEPT OF HARMONIOUS 
FAMILY LIVING. 
Residents of Harmony Hills 
enjoy the benefits of the 
nationally famous and 


shop at any om of a num- 
ber of leading stores in the 
many nearby shopping cen- 


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Beautiful doors—Shown here are three of 
the Maryland area’s doorways, consid- 
ered by the author to be outstanding 
because of workmanship and design. 
Left to right: Doorway to “His Lord- 
ship's Kindness” showing pilasters and 


Colored or Carved 


Style in Doors Swings Many Ways 


» James C. Wilfon r, that everything built in the 
B) J f J 18th century wasn't massively 

Cenceding that the picture handcarved 
window and the flush-type| The flush-type door is cer- 
door are here to stay, it’s still tainty here to stay, painted 
well not to spurn the tradi. sree, cerise or what you will 
tional as being hopelessly out- way short, however, particu- 
moded. In our doorways, for jarly if it's crowned with a 
instance, depending largely on pediment and incloses a deeply 
color for interest, the earlier recessed paneled door 


eon 


pedimented cap; the entrance to “Lit- 
tleworth” is plain but its proportions |. 
are notable; Despite its years the door- | 
way at “Montpelier” maintains a classic 


dignity. . 


eliptical fanlight. With a heavy 
brass knocker and an escutch- 
for a 6-ounce key, 
balance and propertion migat 
do for you what it did for the 
house-proud Colonial: provide 
Don't sell the pilastered door-a focal point of interest typi- 
fying pride of ownership, and 
even more, give the same sort 
of satisfaction you might get 
with from a fine picture on a wall. 


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ecu r 00 spection Ahoy, all you penton 4 piryet hag = bmp ‘the job even easier, 
| . sailors! which will do most ancy writing 
; e _ The Douglas’ Fir Plywood nautical tricks the bigger ves- are available for $1 by 
May Save Interior Damage Association has available free\sels can. Fullscale_ patterns,| PFPA, Tacoma 2, Wash. 
ai ©  SECPPESTPS TESS FETE P TTT IOT UST TET 
Many a homeowner who has; During National Home Week, }, 
put off replacing a weathered|great emphasis has been placed > HK N A Mi | 
old roof has had sincere cause on color, inside and out. Home : 
to regret it, The interior dam-jowners plagning to reroof will pq, » Natural Beauty Setting 
find that asphalt shingles ¢ome 2 : # J 
in a wide range of solid and | 7 


age caused by leaks can be 
blended colors suitable for any Py 


‘more costly than a new roof 
| The time to prevent interior 
damage from leaks is before . 
leaks show up. and the best|Setting or type of architecture. ¥: 
method is to have the roof in.| Asphalt coos tae too ae Sy 
: in many s s-. 
spected periodically by a relia tnative Geslanc “on the reat 
These include the designs of- }% 
fered by the three-tab square 2 
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ble roofing contractor 
The National Bureau of 
Stendards says that patching an 
a] av ” butt strip shingle, the two- or 
ete amps co pale 4 Benne nym three-tab hexagonal strip shin- ‘> 
gle, the individual hexagon © 
shingle, the giant individual >? . 


has shown that a roof wears out 

uniformiy—not in one or two 
shingle, and the lock-down shin-'}3 
gle. (> 


places but all over. If a weath- 
ered roof starts to leak in one 
place, chances are it soon will 
leake in other spots les 
Time and labor ; 
moving the old 
saved by installing 
ing asphalt shingles over the 
Sijh old foof covering. This retains 
the insulating value of the old 
roof, 


eosets of re 
roof can be 
long-wear 


Insects Go Hungry 


Insects and animal pests can't § 
find anything to eat in the fine 59, 
ash that remains after the house- >9 
hold gas incinerator disposes of + , 
garbage and refuse. : 


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LOOK FOR THE HOMES OF 1956 
with 


HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING 


805 Ss. Lincoln St., Arl., Va. 
$16,500 
Open Saturday 3-6, Sunday 2-6 ‘ 


You say there are no more outstanding bays? Wait until you see this. You have always 
heard about exceptional buys but just missed them. Charming living room with fireplace, 
separate dining room and kitchen, screened porch. 2 bedrooms, bath and den up. Siate roof, 
garage, basement, quict street—beautifully landscaped lot. Ideally located 1 block to trans 
portation, 2 blocks to shopping. Close to parochial and public schools. 
Directions: Out Columbia Pike to Glebe Rd. right on Glebe Rd., left on 8th St., first lefe 
on Lincoln, to open sign. 


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1355 LEE HIGHWAY, ROSSLYN, VA. 


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craftsman. relied on propor- - 
tion, balance and, occasionally, | 
carving. Of course, the 17th 


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and 18th century builder was 
little concerned with  hifh 
labor costs and the myriad of 
other factors that placue to- 
day's contractor. On the other 
hand, the symmetry he 
achieved and the patience de- 
manded of him stagger imagi 


nation. 

In Prince Georges County, 
for example, consider old “Part- 
nership” on Central ave., near 
its intersection with Route 301. 
Beyond the historic interest in 


a house that reaches back into 
the 1600s, the entrance door- 
way is particularly notable. 
Perhaps the housewife would 
not appreciate its filigree of 
fan and sidelights, but in the 
light of pure craftsmanship, 
here is glasswork and molding 
to bring one up short. “Brent 
House” or “Littleworth” at 
Piscataway: has @e doorway as 
plain as “Partnership's” is 
ornate. There are no sidelights 
here, but certainly the propor- 
tion*of its beveled paneling is 
pleasing. | 
Happy Blend | 

Prin¢e Georges mansion 
houses are well represented | 
by a happy blend of the plain 
and the imaginative. At “His 
Lordship’s Kindness” the heav- 
fly gene. entrance capped 
by its intricately carved pedi-| 
ment frames a deeply recessed 
door with semicircular fan 
light above. “In the over-all,’ 
this would be too “heavy”-in) 
any but a very éxtensive or 
very high wall. This one, with) 
the arches and flankers, must 
extend 150 feet in length. 
There is sheer perfection in 
the balance and proportion 
achieved here. No matter that 
@ man’s thumb would fit in 
the keyhole: when this door- 
way was placed in the 1735!) 
era, fuel was no problem, al-' 
though 65 degrees indoors was’ 
probably unknown between No-| 
vember and April, Architectur-| 
ally, “Oaklands,” on Route 1.) 
near Laurel, is widely ° cited 
for the excellence of its in-' 
terior woodwork. So, too, is! 
“Montpelier,” nearby, also an’ 
old Snowden home and older'| 
by half a century. Their door-' 
ways are both interesting and 
their similarity to that .of 
“His Lordship’s Kindness”! 
leads one to believe that the 
Georgian style in Maryland 
decreed a strong resemblance 
in its entrances. 
“Pleasant Prospect” | 


“Pleasant Prospect” in the! 
Woodmore vicinity would ap-| 
pear to be a large, comfortable 
farmhouse with no pretense of | 
mansion elements. Its doorway | 
and its interior woodwork,| 
though, cause one to wonder 
what manner of farmer lived| 
here in the mid 1700s when it 
was built. The keynote is spa- 
ciousness and amazing detail 
of woodwork and its doorway 
is in keeping. Ancient “Mount 
Pleasant” on the Patuxent’s 
western ridge, has little be- 
yond great age and monstrous 
boxwood to attract the eye of 
the curious. On the othtr hand. 
the cross arch in the entrance 
hall is pure 18th century and 
its doorway, while simpler in 
tone than some, still creates 
wonderment in a house other- 
wise severely drab and plain. | 

Near North Keys in lower 
Prince Georges County an old 
Berry house, “Brookfield.” 
still stands in amazing condi-| 
tion, although built of frame 
in the first year of the Revo-' 
lution. While a home of wealth, 
its floors have never been’ 
stained or varnished. The door- 
way has interest and proves 


Right Size 
For Right Spot 


There are few, i® any, other 
household appliances made in so. 


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CHOOSE FROM 20 STYLES... 


© Split level, rambler, Cape Cod or Colonial ¢ 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom, 4-bedroom 
All with fully plastered walls, full basements, lifetime slate roofs 


y " ; , # Be a al ; Sets 
Why cover the ‘countryside, inspecting all the different © Ceramic tile baths, colored bath fixtures 


home styles, when one trip to Carrollton offers you such a © Sliding mirror medicine cabinets ; diked’ utes 
wide selection? Whether your taste runs to modern of © Gas or electric cooking range, garbage aispoial, RICE 


, exhaust fan and refrigerator 
traditional, whether you're looking for a small house of Secienal Aardasand Adachon tabieats 
large . . . you'll find just the plan to fit yowr family's 


30” attic exhaust fan 
needs at Carrollton. All homes are solidly, dependably Selection of vinyl tile, selection of paper or paint 
built . . . designed to grow in as your family grows... 


Wide range of brick colors 
and each home has all these features, usually associated Abundance of evergreens and shrubs, lots completel 
with homes considerably higher in price: 


todded ; 


A word about Carrollton— the Complete Community 


Nestled in the gently rolling hills of Prince Georges County, Carrollton offers all the 
advantages of steheuel, tatty liven with mone of the inconveniences. Schools, churches, Bo 
shopping centers are nearby, while future plans call for these facilities within the town , 
Plenty of space has been reserved for parks and playgrounds . . . sidewalks, sewers and curbs 
are being provided by the developers, af mo ost fo you. City water, gas and electricity are 
available. From the day it was named after the historically famous family of Carrolls, the com- 
munity of Carrollton has offered its citizens a new way of life... a voice in thei? own govern- 
ment and a chance to live the way they choose. 


—$15,990 to *20,950 


30-Yeor V.A. Financing Without Down Payment on Some. Models to Qualified Veterans 


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Developed and Built by 
TO REACH: Out New York Ave. 
to Baltimore - Washington Park- MYATTSVLLE 
way, turn right on Riverdale Road \ 
to Defense Highway (Route 50). 
Left on Rodte 50 approximately 


Time for Check Up + THE oe POST —— a 


House Exterior Crevices Run Up Heating Bill 


The cool fall days coming up how well built, is quite likely bills a certainty. Also heat will; Here are the main danger)! 
should be a reminder that Old to develop a variety of cracks escape through the cracks, in-' points about the house to check | 
Man Winter isn’t far behind. and crevices at the construction creasing fuel costs. In addi- for cracks: ends of siding and 
So the wise home owner is al- joints over a period of time. tion; unsealed cracks are an lap joints of siding; window 


ready turning a critical eye on Failure to fill these cracks can open invitation for dirt and in- frames both wood and metal, 
the exterior of his house in the be costly in the long run. Yet sects 


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interest of comfort and econ- the caulking job itself can be Fortunately, caulking com-~" ‘ hy nae ———— a | ex eee “Urs f Se etn gy 
om) done easily and inexpensively pounds deal efficiently with the Window frames where they / : ; oe a yy, es ay,” | ag 
National -Home Week, Sept. by the average home owner us preblem in return for a Jittle meet masonry; openings for : tg Pat eh ie Bitte ; “ in Bn 
15 through 23, is. an opportune ing one of the compounds that time eae effort on the part Of outside water faucets and BEAUTIFUL MOUNT VERNON PARK AREA 
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time to remind owners of new come in large-size fold-up metal the home owner. The large where pipes pass through walls; : , de Ue 
: those on the verge tubes metal tubes of compound have ; : ‘ 4 eh | , ie hit 
title of one of the Exterior crevices result ina key winder, eliminating the lashings and corner joints 
vet frequently substantial money loss in two expense of buying a caulking Cracks in masonry, foundation 
aspects of home ways Moisture seeping in gun, and they also have an an- joints and concrete step risers ; THE 


maintenance rough the cracks cause rot- gled nozzle that simplifies ap call for special measures and COLLINGWOOD MANOR 


Every new house, no matter ting, making eventual repair plication materials, 
© Large reception room with guest 


closet * Cathedral ceilinged living room 
with fireplace and picture windows ® Din- 
ing area with Panaview door to patio ® 
Colonial bhayewindowed kitchen with 
breakfast area © 4 bedrooms © 2 full 

+ ceramic tile baths © Powder room ®+Ma- 

+ hogany paneled library, parquet floors ® 
Full size carport © Basement with outside 
entrance © Laundry and utility room * 
Future recreation room ares. 


COLONIAL SPLIT LEVEL 
$29,500 
THE 


FLEETWOOD 


Large living room with floorto-<ejling 
fireplace * Reception hall © 3 bedrooms 
© Separate dining room ® Separate break- 
fast room ® 2 color tile baths (master beth 
hase double wanitory) © Finished recres- 
tion room © Breezeway and carport (op 
tions!) © Sun View picture windows in 
living room, dining reom and breakfast 


"$97,500 
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(Not Illustrated) 
® 4 Bedrooms ® Living Room with Roman brick fireplace 
® 2 complete tile baths © Large 22-foot breezeway and car 
port © Dining room ® Fall basement © Dormer (optional). 


$24,500 
CHECK THESE FEATURES 
® Paved roads, driveways @ City sewer, 

water, gas, electricity, telephones 

ALL KITCHENS—COLORS COORDINATED 
® Built-in eye-level Tappan oven © Table top surface burners 
© Frigidaire dishwasher © Frigidaire 10.5 ft. refrigerator with 

freezer @ Insinkerator disposal! 

IRECTIONS: Just 30 minutes from the heart of the Nation's 
pital on ecenic Mt. Vernon Memorial Highway. Come to Colling- 
from ington over either 14th Street Bridge or Memorial 
Bridge. Turn left to the Mt. Vernon Memorial Hwy. Paas through 
historie and picturesque Alexandria and on to the Collingwood 


Tea House, turn right here on Collingwood Road and continue to 
model homes on left 


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right at traffie light at Franklin 


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TESTIMONIAL 


We wish to thank the many people for 
the reception our homes received last 
~ week—despite our model home not being 
completed—especially the several who 
bought. This attests to the outstanding 
value. We invite you out today to see this 


value in our completed model home fur~ 
Bordering Rock Creek Park nished by CURTIS BROS. 


1773 VERBENA STREET n.w. ae 


Open daily, noon to dark 
2 aria ies 


Ke Post Home of “56 in beautiful North Portal Estates is 
truly one of the finest in desian-plan custom finish 
and elegance that has ever been offered in this 
community of luxury homes. Designed with every convenience 
in mind, this lovely air-conditioned Rambier with its 
unsurpassed appointments and finish contains everything that 
one could desire in a home of this kind. Formal entrance foyer, 
beautiful living room with fireplace, full dining room, 
paneled den, fully equipped kitchen with breakfast area, De a oe ate ES a 
3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, The basement has recreation é 3 une eR 8 eit Lg EOS CEES vt BO hg 
room with bar and ffeplace, maid's room and ful! bath. 7 ) aoe = cecamammmemtttt ae a Si te ere plies. », ae, 
Two-car garage. Patio, with beautiful lot. | Pees)... , are ne ‘Nis lle 


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THE “SIERRA”—Handsome brick ranch style home, 
with carport, separate breakfast room and full base- 
ment with its own powder room. Wood-paneled 
dining-family room, 3 bedrooms. Kitchen includes 
built-in oven and range; Westinghouse refrigerator, 
dishwasher and disposal. 


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OVERLOOKING THE POTOMAC, surrounded by big and fa- 
: mous homes, stand River Ridge Estates, Washington's finest 
DIRECTIONS: Out South Capito! Street approx- and most convenient new community . . . The location is 
imately Ya mile past Glassmanor Apts. to magnificent—the homes are distinctive! Corne out today, and 
| i : ; Oxon me me Bey be gerne! Road | check every construction detail! Also available the outstand- 
r sa ae vind ras, 1 an , ee % sis ing “Shenandoah” at $15,950, and the glarnorous “River- 
Restart Tont-Boust ye ee “. glen” split-leve! at $18,500. 
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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD | 
Whole-house air condjtioning weet a athe too — 
may be installed in conjunction Cleaning bills for drap-| go down when outdoor dust is 


More Electricity Used; 
Rates Lower in Homes ° with many gas control heating gt other household items excluded. is 
What the householder pays ated oil and gas home ce D acheta aries -- if baby could only talk! — a oo 


per kilowatt hour for electricity units. ; 
‘at the time of the Homes of 56) The all-electric kitchen today ‘ 
and National Home Week this is: standard equipment in many 


Cuts Cleaning Bills‘ — | 


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A Kook for Romping or Relaxing 


One of the features of the Home of °56 in 
Spring Hill Woods, North Chevy Chase, 
Md. is this finished recreation room that 
opens onto an outdoor patio, via sliding 
glass doors. The home has been furnished 
and decorated by the Hutchison Furniture 
Co. and its Windiwork is shown in this 


photo. The room is an ideal spot for relax- 
ing or children’s romping. The Spring Hill 
Woods home is a split level containing 
four bedrooms and three full baths. For 
sale by Colonial Investment Co., its price 
is $28,950. 


Custom Colors Top Home Hunters List 


Color-conscious homemakers 
are setting the decorative 
trends in ready-built houses. 

When Mrs. American Home 
maker of 1956 starts out on a 
house-buying project she stud- 
jes the house under considera 
tion with a professional eye as 
to the color planning. No long 
er is she satisfied with the run 
ofthe-mill colors that former- 
ly characterized the ready-buili 
home. Today, she wants walls 
that give her home a custom 
designed look which will make 
possible rooms with distinctive 
charm. 

This was one of the highlights 
of a survey conducted by the 
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regula 
tor Co. among leading builders 
in all sections of the country 

The majority of these build- 
ers reported that when the dis- 
taff side of the faniily goes 


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house hunting she studies the * 
color plan of the home with a [ 


knowing attitude and with the 
fame careful attention the 
head of the family pays to taxes 
and re-sale value 

Such “off-beat” colors as 
sandalwood, decorator blues 
sage green, hot chocolate, clear 
pink, persimmon and paste! 
citron are among the high-style 
hues for which women are ask- 
ing this year. Gray used on 


three walls of a room with the!which are easy to clean and re- 

fourth wall painted in one of/quire little or no upkeep make 

the more vibrant colors is an-|possible the use of the lighter 

other well liked treatment. more fragile colors once re- 
Several builders reported garded as impractical. 

there is a strong preference for 


ihomes which 


year is the lowest in history. 
Back in 1929, residential elec- 


tricity cost an average of 6.33 
cents per kilowatt hour. By 1939 of electricity, or more than five 
‘it had dropped to 4 cents. 


In 


1954 it was 2.69 cents. And last 


‘year it fell to 2.64 cents. 


The main reason the home 
owner hasn‘t noticed the decline 
is that today’s home is consum- 
ing sharply increased amounts 
of electricity for many new uses. 
Today's home contains new 
electrical appliances. which 
weren't in general u 
such things as television sets. 
Many homes today, in fact, have 


children and another for the 
grownups. Most homes have 
more than one radio. 

Then there are millions of 
since 1929 have 
been equipped with new auto- 
matic washers and dryers, food 
freezers, larger refrigerators, 


broilers and _ electrically-oper- 


n 1929-—| Best proof of the lower kilo- 


new houses. 
Last year the average home 
consumed 2751 kilowatt hours 


times the 602 kilowatt hours 
used in 1929. 

The increased use in electric- 
ity, in fact, has been largely 
responsible for the lower cost 
per kilowatt hour. The reason: 
Most electric companies’ resi- 
dential rate schedules have 
“step” features which reduce 
cost per kilowatt hour as the 


amount of electricity purchased 


goes up. 


watt hour cost is a look at the 


ne ‘electric bill. 
two television sets—one for the| 


The average residential bill 


‘for electricity last year was 
$72.63, compared with $31.78 in 
929 


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In other words, while house- 
hold use of electricity has in- 
creased more than five-fold since 
1929, the rise in the average resi- 
dential bill has been less than 


2\% times for the same period. | 


Heating-A 


LOOK FOR THE HOMES OF 1956 


with 


HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING 


GENERAL @@ ELECTRIC 


CUSHWA 


BRICK & BUILDING SUPPLY CO, 
it Conditioning Division 
1355 LEE HIGHWAY, ROSSLYN, VA. 


you want to be near the city. At Spring Hill 
Weods—we both wint” 

Less than 25 minutes from downtown Wash- 
ington without pressing. Spring Hill Woods 
is a beautiful way to live as well as a beauti- 
place to live. 

“I'm growing up, end | need room. We afl 
de. Se let's mention the dimensions!” 
Fight rooms. Lot 75-ft. frontage, 1,900 sq. ft. 
of living area. 23-ft. living room, separate 
dining room, three full baths. Four spacious 
bedrooms. 24-ft. finished recreation room. 
Even a patio, garage and a fyll basement. 


Furniture by 
HUTCHISON’S FURNITURE 
2018 14th St. H.W. 


Directions: Out Conn. Ave., bear right 
om Kensington Phwy. to Inverness, 
right 2 blocks to Brierly Rd., right te 
Kenilworth Ave., right to OPEN sign. 


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as you'll love having them!” 

Prize kitchen with built-in Magic Chef oven 
and range, Frigidaire 12.1 cu. ft. refri 

with freezer chest, Frigidaire Automatic Tur- 
bo-spray dishwasher, and American-Standard 
plumbing fixtures. This homé is really NEW! 

in NORTH CHEVY CHASE 
Built by SMOOTLEVICK 


*28,950 


We DE! 


COLONIAL 
10s! mente 


REAL ESTATE 
Exclusive Sales Agent 
923 15th St. N.W. 
RE. 7-6650 or OL. 2-9756 


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ratural woodwork throughout 
the house as opposed to painted| 
baseboards, doors and trim. Ply-| 
wood parquet or wood paneling) 
for one wall is another strong} 
decorative trend. 

Kitchen colors are ag care- 
fully considered as are those 
for the living room and other 
front areas of the home. Use 
of newly developed materials 


Makes Good Neighbors | 


Industrial and commercial es-| 
tablishments near residential 
areas can use large quantities of 
id still avoid any inter- 

with their neighbors 
when that fuel is gas. According 
to the Gas Appliance Manufac 
turers Association, this public 
relations. aspect is a major 
consideration. One big shop-| 
ping center, GAMA points out, | 
will have boilers consuming) 


enough gas to heat 400 aver- 
age-size homes. 


erence 


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On a unique contemporary home 
in beautiful 


AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITY PARK 


(Just off fashionable Mass. Ave.) 


These attractively designed and planned homes featuring 3 
bedrooms and 2 baths are conveniently located to schools, 
churches, transportation and the Silver Valley Shopping 
Situated on @ commanding elevation with beauti- 
ful view, these attractive family homes represent « most 
unusual value in the present day market. 


Center. 


Sample house—3922 44th St., N.W. 


Open Today and Sun., 1 fill dark or by appointment 


« Mass ’ 
Werd Circle to 45th St. 
right 3 blocks to Tindall 

Vemes One St.. and right te ééth. 


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choice of interior colors—ai! 


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Trade your old home 


Built-in all-electric Westinghouse kitchen—hardwood floors 
——40-galion hot water heaters—aluminum sliding windows 
with screens—screen doors.—concrete off-street parking— 
lots landscaped with lovely shrubs, sodded and seeded—full 


curb, gutter, sidewalks——Carport optional. 


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Dining Area @ Birch Wall and Base Cabinets @ Double 


Compartment Sink @ Flush interior doors @ All City 


Utilities @ Outside entrance from basement @ 2 baths 


Ace. 1 block past 


HA. 2-3323 
EM. 3-5399 


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Phone HA. 7-7250 


Open Dally & Sunday ‘til Dark 


DIRECTIONS Out Georgia Ave. te Viers Mill B4. ture left on 
Viers MU R4. to Partiand Drive (entrance ef Wheetes City), 
Right on Parkland te Grenoble Drive, turn right to model home. 


Henry Corbin 


Bectustve Sales Agent 


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i — SSSEECCOSSOSSSCA Alexandria Real 
Kolling Hill 
No Money Down 
Te Qualified Vets... You Pay Just $81 per mo. 


Only $15,990 
These houses are built! 
Occupancy within 30 DAYS 


3-Bedroom, 2-Full-Bath, Split-Level 
Home with a Finished Recreation Room 


SALES BY 


KI. 8-55 


(1 roughed in basement) @ Baseboard Hot Water Heat 
® Close to schools @ 10 minutes to Ft. Belvoir—15 minutes 
to Quantico—25 minutes to Pentagon @ Extras: Eye- 
level oven, counter-top range, 11 cu. ft. refrigerator. 


DIRECTIONS: South of Washington on Shirley Hwy. to Woodbridge, right on. Rt. 123 three 
blocks te WOODBRIDGE ESTATES sign on left. 


WOODBRIDGE ESTATES 


4 Company 


VALUE CONSCIOUS 4 
HOME BUYER © 


“14,800 


GI FINANCING—30-YEAR LOANS 
3 Bedroom Brick Ramblers with Full Basem’ts 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD Gas Serves Industry as Well as Home Makers New Pajnt Garb for Old Cedars 


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Faramba sthen sarmntathae bse no | Gas figures in the production/of the Nation’s frutt erop is|and frozen foods, and as fuel A lady in Baltimore was distressed but not defeated whem 
mo . , nies: . dried by this fuel. It serves in|for irrigation engines. An in-|a stand of cedar trees on a ae potent ta oer they = 
| of many food items long before tne ripening of bananas, the|teresting new use lies in the|had them sprayed with a thin gree 


they reach the gas range. Much preparation of many canned’field of barn air conditioning stand today, giving her pleasure in their attractive new garb. 


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SECTION TWO NOW OPEN! 


COMPARE . . . These Custom Split-Level Homes on Huge 
Half-Acre Lots in a Magnificent Wooded Setting Facing the § 
Westbriar Country Club Between Historic McLean & Vienna, 


Virginia. 


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Photo br Robert J. Lautman 


) ’ The ‘Heart’ of the Americana Home 


The ‘heart’ of Carl M. Freeman's “Value Hecht Company has extended along the 
Home of °57” and his Home of '56 is the length of one wall. The use of stack units 
family activities room with three walls | has been employed throughout the house 
in beige and one in paneled walnut that in order to provide the maximum storage 
matches the “Dania” stack units that the | space in 4 minimum area. 


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A Home of °56 


Model House Is a Contest Prize 


An “Americana Home” and|November 15, 1956. Free con-,double-purpose use of space, a) ee Pisin ye — Fs: *, > Mee 
a home of ‘56 has been des- test blanks are available only “small fry” entrance on the » ' ) SPLIT LEVELS ' 
ignated as the “Value House at the Parkington, Va., store of lower level, natural traffic flow. AA 
of 1957” for the Washington the Hecht Co. and are to be large sliding-door closets, a 5- tg rR .BEDROO : 
area. The three bedroom split| deposited only in boxes at the foot pass-through bar dividing . BATHS (One In Master 
level will be given away in a “Value House,” the sponsors kitchen and dining areas, and 25.Ft LIVING ROSM 2 " 2 FULL Bedroom) 
contest now underway and con- announced natural birch cabinets. The 25 
tinuing “through November 11.|, The house has been indorsed Ridge View development , A. SEPARATE DINING ROOM e PATIO 


Built by Carl M. Freeman in °¥ ‘ose perweipanng 20 the community planned for 
—_< . project as one incorporating homes. Three other Carl M. US 
7 he Faraz Couny, We_ltee’ pull tecening oes) ane Maecaeae meta BAY WINDOW KITCHEN « TREMENDO 
nunity in Fairfax County, Va. tion quality representing max- priced for $15.490 up are also 
it was selected as the “Value imum value in the Washington on display. More than nine HED RECREATION ROOM 
fouce” by the Hecht Co.. Fam- 4rea. It is designed to sell for acres have been set asidé for “STORAGE SPACE & FINGIS + 
ee re | $16,990 recreation areas, including a 


rcle Magazine, American wan BOR ory a ate Op eA : ' that GOLF VIEW Homes give you more for your money! ... Here Is " 
house has 1535 square private swimming pool for resi COMPARE . . . and you will know tha tala's finest suburban community, just ene mile before Hotpoint Color Kitchen 


suilder and the National Lum-feet of floor area on three dents. Color planning on the larae four bedroom home on a full Y2 acre lot In Vir 
ber Manufacturers Association.|levels. Three bedrooms and exterior of the homes contrib-' Sema. 4 miles from the new CIA site in Langley toh just 9 miles + om D. C. aap ve ag Frome h With HOTPOINT built-in eye-level even with 
will be featured in major, Dath are on the upper level; utes to the custom-built at-! for yourself the 25 foot living room with fireplace, the family size be es The alti 45 outdoor living rotisserie (holds 40-lb. turkey), built-in surface 
a Nasal s living room, dining room and mosphere of the new develop- bay window dining area and the finished recreation room... A or uitima Sostreted & . burners, 11 cu. ft. refrigegator, birch cabinets 
ywries in the November issue eA " ; mediat , . , a commanding view of the Westbrair Country Club. The illustra ar- and lorful Formica counter tops, Grease 
magazines kitchen on the inter © ment. you'll find a lovely patio pilus ly GOLF VIEW Homes offer so much in space, lux- co 
“of the house will be level; and an activities room Ridge View may be reached port, too, can be converted to a screened porch, Yes, only ’ proof linbleum floors. 
a drawing on (or fourth. bedroom), half bath by driving out 14th Street ury and convenience at so low a price! 


and laundry-utility room on Bridge io Shirley highway turn TY UT WA AND SEWERS DIRECTIONS: out Artincton Blvd. (Rt. 50) to 7 Corners; right on Route # 
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the lower level. It has been of at Springfield-Franconia Cl U ILETIES, TER through Falle Church to Tyeon’s.Corner. Left on Rt. Ee Se ios 4 


ermined by 


completely furnished and deco- cloveri¢af, left over bridge to FURNISHED MODEL HOME OPEN Gott ee ean on nns Chain Bridee Ba. (Rt 18) f mile past Tyson's Corner te 


View signe end model home, directly across fram entrance te Westdrier 


Trv Tile on rated in a color scheme of Franconia rd. 3.9 miles to Ridge Saturday, Sunday & Weekdays Noon to Bark Goin ae 


white, gold, coral, brown and View Americana Homes, OR, MODEL HOUSE 
turquoise by the Hecht Co. for 4th Street Bridge out U.S.) $9] 99 DOWN gage pe Ban | FURNISHED BY R. MARS 
r Di -< the duration of its public show- No. 1, right on Duke st. in 
j our ULLTLS ing and is open daily from 10 Alexandria past Masonic Me-| OAN | “oom Church, Va. 


Room 


a. m. until dark. morial to Telegraph rd., left’ CULMORE REALTY CO 

Fl | Other design principles on Telegraph rd. to Franconia’ 30 YR. G.I. L ° JE. 4-6650 
oor \which have won Freeman na-rd. and then right to Ridge 

_ |tional awards are embraced in View Americana Homes en- . = 

Ceramic -tile in your dining the house. These include trance on left. , , 


root 


excellent idea, say many 
e nation’s leading design- 
ind decorators. Real tile 
a versatile material with all 


sorts of design possibilities as \ 
well as a wealth of practical ZK) ES 
features. Creative use of tile ; 
can make a dining room formal 
or informal, traditional or con- ae » eee eee eaeseeeaasn 
temporary. Ses, 7ReREeeReReReReEeReEeReeReeReReRP RR RRERRERRERSRERR SEE SE. ‘ 
Tile is available in sizes 
from 11/32-0f-an-inch to one- sis h 
foot squares. Typical shapes are : Sunday, September 16th visit us 
squares, oblongs, hexagons and . 
pentagons. In addition, many as" our lawn 
new tiles give a textured ap 7 ¥, and enjoy hot dogs and Pepsi on 
pearance that adds a further J fy ae % 
note of quality and luxury. 


Few materials can match its ; mA? 
hedinieenan savings in main- . SPRINGFIELD, 
tenance, repair and remodeling. . 
( soubinha tile keeps its original : dd on PIO VIRGINIA 
appearance virtually forever a _ FE A haan Nah 


with only an occasional wet 
mopping. lt needs no waxing or 


Phe wide popularity of opet 7. > ME REN D7) DAES te invites you to share our hospitality and see the 
planning in modern homes has | Les ' : ) RT ht LE best home value of your life, THE FREEDOM HOME 


increased the use of versatile 


materials such as ceramic tile Le (CT * ~ — + RA ® | 
for floor surfacing. Wanted are ws pet NY ' - . a 
materials that can complement . 2 / See o's = o 


the design features of the rest 
of the home. When tile is used 


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on open-planned kitchen coun- =. RY a FIREPLACE 
tertops and floors, it makes “ an ; 


good decorative sense to ex- 


tend the material in comple. * MODELS AVAILABLE FOR FALL DELIVERY 


menting patterns and colors 
right into the dining area. 

The free-flowing or open- 
Planned house has fewer wall 
surfaces. As a result, floors: 
must now designate the — 
ent areas of function. The din-| 
ing area, forma] or informal,| 
requires a degree of separat- 
ness without being isolated! . : see . ’ # | 
from other areas. It's the cre-| | EERE a a me OG ies pe 
ative use of quality flooring) £ at a ee Oe es Sa a 
materials like ceramic tile ‘ , es" KL hes : 
that will do the best to ac- 
complish just this. 


Plywood Survey 
Shows New Trends 


According to a survey re- 
cenlly conducted by the 
Dougias Fir Plywood Associa- 
tion, the Nation has many and 
varied needs in the construc. 
tion field . 

The survey disclosed that: | 

Many a GI whose surpris-| 
ingly large family is growing) 
up is in need of a new and! 
larger home, or ) 

2. He is casting his eyes 
toward a useful add-a-room 


project. : ; 
3. neuen is turning to DIRECTIONS: | 5 P ' ENT 
more leisure projects, many of NO. DOWN A M 
a in the do-it-yourself field. - Over either 14th St. Bridge or 5! 
1 association's future " irley ress 
eods aud's seme Highway, contious on Sticley | Dayco To Vets 30-Yr. Gi Loans | 


vintiee and : prone a ee oe _ mrtg Ex- | 

eresting and unusual plans press Mignway fo Spring , Fran- oc 16 250 

Fer cemenke ne er conia exit, bear right, turn left and | an ef 

will soon come out with a cross bridge and contin “hagpokgaey 3 | OPEN SAT., SUN. AND DAILY, 10 A.M.—7 P.M. 
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Series of “leisure-time living” ney 

iaaed whisk eam be monde hs to model Freedom Honfes on left. | : 
home inexpensively. Also, the 2046 WILSON Biv 5. | 
centiee ‘ll “ae cramped *\ ir o 4 yr ter Je | | ; ~ " 3254 
quarters wi nd much relief ik nal : : | : . " ry . - | i, 4 

in a series of “add-e-room” | e* ae : | => oF me, JA. y 3 ale Pro FL. 4 ~/ 
projects and some plans for ies ; 


building additional storage’ 
Space in existing buildings, | 


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WARRINGTON fOsT od Yes MEAALE ___National Completes -100,000th Home et, (sss tnnol nasty mee mr ary 


el : 
, chefs prefer gas to any other attest to the popularity of gas 

LAFAYETTE. Ind. (?—Na- three-bedroom model has 926 the prefabricators, now pro- cooking fuel, says the Gas Appli- heaters made in the form of 
tional Homes Corp. turned out square feet of floor space. duces one out of every 48 ance Manufacturers Associa- fireplace logs. Their cheery 
its 100,000th prefabricated Price said the new model homes being built in the Na- tion. oe — yee poy ry glow never is diminished by an 
house last week and president could be financed by a veteran tion are complete ex ity 
lames R. Price said the second.earning $64 a week or a non Cte Katians) Welies olin proven reliability and even empty wood box, 5 = os 
hundred thousand shouldn't veteran earning/$71. A six-man ) hes plants distribution of heat for bak- enjoyed by many who wou 
take much more than five years crew can mien house in 4% @™¢ at Horseheads, N. Y., and ing. In broiling, GAMA adds, have to undertake masonry con- 
to produce. The company was working days lyler, Tex. the gas flame sears in flavor, struction to have a real wood- 
Started in 1940 Price, who started National and consumes smoke. / burning fireplace. 

At the ceremony marking the Homes with $12,500 capital, ap Neither Hot or Cold — rere 
‘ompietion of the first 100,000, plied production line processes —— 
Price announced a new “Del- to home building successfully Wood is a low conductor of 
ray” model, designed to sell for enough so a home can now be heat and cold; making it the 
$7500, not including the lot. for turned out in -seven minutes. ideal material for kitchen 
the working man. The new He said his firm, biggest of cabinets. 


a te Serving the 
WESTMORELAND HILLS Nation's 


Air Conditioned Home with the Family Room ard “AS 


on be, Capital 


Permaglas ... the 


only PROVED glass-lined 
water heater 


We ere proud te announce thet 
we have been asked te Install 
PERMAGLAS water heaters, man- 
wfactured by A. 0. Smith Corpe- 
ration, in the U. S$. Steel homes af 
Murray Hill. 


We ere certain that these fine 
water heaters will give many 
years of reliable, economical 
service. 


Luxury to Match an Estate Tradition ere Is the Perfect Family House Situated on ; Beautiful Permaglas 


Tis Lavton Hall homes in Fairfax, Va. are el homes as furnished and decorated by Corner Let in Lovely Westmoreland Hills Frond Cunethend ‘dir teen 
located on the site of the former Willard the P. I. Nee Co. Five other model homes Here is the perfect farm'y house situated on.a Ddeautiful ’ th ft ' 


FIRST FLOOR——Re- 5 laroe ent: hell i2«lZ 3x24 living roc th firen! 
} state and both huilder and decorator are presently, available for inspection in Aydt —" R — coorway, lara . ance "ee J ' hires Trained, bonded personnel on 
: r? Horcn saciomn ving room ‘x anne roon ; 6 nitcne , . ¥y TOOT are 
have tried to recapture the spiret and tra- rambler, ¢ ape od and split level stvle. “: ° p ~ ' duty 24 hours a day to help out 
the. latest thing in home desi¢ it has the look of early = nvemence of tomor , tte ) n eme 34 trucks ¢ 
; j ; ; . : ] ; j Ti j si d eo4 ox j rgencies. rucns ct) 
qdition o ine historic ares le proto ie somes are price from $24,990 and row The walls are of -American cherry paneling, the ftiooring is pegged randori with plan +. > serve you. Call ST. 3.3489. 
shows the livinc room in one of the.mod.- ere built by Michnick and Di Vaio. There #3 an open fireplace. The kitchen equipment is the finest, stainless steel Westinghouse o 
- - . Builders depend on the ht owner’ 
, oven Dwit in at eye-level height for greater convenience, fiood tan er counter-top burner ewe 4 ae on Te omeowner 6 
starriess ster! tirmk dishwasher. disposal! iP. cu +* retr Serator with separate , eerer com part 
7 C i. » | Q) ; e f ) 1. ment; fruit-wood kitchen cabinets match the paneling. There is also a@ first-floor lavatory and 
( Vorners brant pening , et tor Uct. garage 
‘ SECOND FLOOR—4 lovely large bedrooms ranging in size from 13x19 to lix!l, and 2 large 
. . : baths 
rar openir of Fairfax of the two biggest stores in the sible 4 . larger provor- — 
a = ’ . BASEMENT—Laroe recreation-room area with picture windows, fireplace, painted walls. tiled 
g new , : center—a new branch of Wood- tion of t! shops and stores floors, full bath and. laundry roorr } fr: 
- — EXTERIOR——Home is built of used brick and siding. has a beautiful hand-solit cedar shake roof Ou ,an 


ward & Lothrop- ye open asin operation on opening day ‘. , 
giving the appearance of a@ story-book home 


ginally schedu hex wees in addition to Woodward & House is tastefully decorated in Colonial Colors and fixtures. This house is so situated that it is Depend On oes 
‘Berger said the delayed ar- Lothrop, the center will include convenient te all schools, Catholic and public, from grammar te high school. District bus step 2 
store fixtures is the a branch of Julius Garfinckel blocks away. 


: : . . . Dire Out Matre setts Ave. 2 DBieck ¢ Weetmorelard Circ! 
eason for the change in & Co., and an array of cloth- OPEN SUNDAY 1 to 5 Jems wn left to corner of Jomestewe Ba end timate 
roy OF 9 s 


~ foie: % th the later opening, ing, specialty, drygoods and , . 
ae ee ne Oe eee Frank P. Murray OLiver 6-7890 } WATER WEATING SPECIALISTS | HEATING SPECIALISTS 


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NOTHING DOWN! NOTHING TO PAY! 


This home given away e ee F & fo the winner 


DURING UNITED STATES STEEL HOMES’ 


CORONADO 
CARNIVAL 


a, Tt. ee , 4 ; | It’s our birthday! Only, you get. the gifts! —the 88 valuable prizes given away 
#8 am os. OL a c Pere : free during our Coronado Carnival. 


| ; aaa we This is a great opportunity for you to get that ngw home you need. It is your 
Barmah sig. ae } chance to win a magnificent 3-bedroom Coronado Home, or any of 87 other fine 
prizes. It is your chance to see some of the best Jpome buys of the year—the 


SS . cH AWN cE & To Wii re: & high-quality, modern homes being built by your*United States Steel Homes 
Dealer. 


To win, all you do is visit your dealer’s demonstration home. Decide what you 
like about his homes, and tell us about it in 50 words or less. There is nothing 
to buy, to qualify. 


Pe atti pon 


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| a | GRAND PRIZE: The best prize anyone could win—a beautiful home of his own! -This 3-bedroom Super Coronado #4 fectures 
two Starfire tile boths, dining crea poass-thru, deluxe kitchen with eye-level oven and counter-top range, lorge livigg room with 
— window wall, convenient laundry crea and loods of built-in cupboards and storage space. it is complete, with lot, ready to move in, 


Breage pass up this chance— chance to 
ENTER NO Bein seal iamary at no cost. Hop in your car 
PRIZES . PRIZES ® this weekend and head for your United 


States Stee] Homes Dealer. See his quality homes. Hurry! Contest closes 
2-11......10 Youngstown Jet-Tower Dishwashers. Giont, 41-75......35 Youngstown Food Weste Diapesem Uininote her 31 


new 30° units thet wash, double rinse, ond dry up to gorboge cons. Just Rip @ switch, and LIPi- to 4 waste 


200 pieces—tablewere, dishes, pots, all at once b gene dow the dretn ) OFFICIAL RULES 


- - 10 York Snorkel Room Air Conditioners. Stim, com- seca. Morrison All-Stesi Rely-Deor Gerege Deon. i 1. Complete this statement in 50 words or « 4. oe Oe limits of 
pect, portable units thet give you @ cleaner, hecithier Duroble, safe, end sory to operate, they enhance + less: “Td like to own @ U.S. Steel Home be- oe see ON 7 Columbia 


howse; toke wp only 9 inches of window space. the weiss end eogecsenen of om be couse .. .” Use only the officiel entry blank is eligible—except employees of U.S. Steel 
obtainable ot your dealers! Enter os often Corporation, its subsidiaries, offiliates and 


as you like, but only one prize to a family. dealers, the advertising agency of the chove, 

Prizes will be oworded to the writers of the the judging organization and their families. 

best entries received in the opinion of the All entries must be received no loter thai’ 

judges. First prize winner must ogree to October 31, 1956, and become the prop- 

choose the house location from those offered erty of U.S. Steel Homes, inc., fo be used 

4 Permegles Woter Heaters (Ges or Bectric), by the USSH Decler whose nome appears os they see fit. No entries will be returned. 

Lined with gloss to prevent rust. Avtomatic hot water, on the entry form. Winners will be notified by moil. A com 

economically. independent judges, chosen by Advertising plete list of winners will be sent to ony 
Distributors of America, will select winners contestant requesting some and enclosing o 

7 any er 98 on, CD. Slane enemy on the besis of sincerity, originality end stamped, self-addressed envelope. 

fresh ond frozen foods for « family .. . fectures in- , ‘ Po sp rasan ee pean eet abe big epiness of thought, Judges’ aa - This contest is subject to all opplicable Fed- 

ore oss weeds, trims ° verizes ‘ 

ide READ Heanene Ont Re Cony Caer cenit sani ail ithout scaipi be final. Duplicate prizes in case of fies. eral, State ond local lows ond regulations, 

4 tverseft W cter Softeners. Make washing ecsier, he ws ‘ pen 

eet fabrics deoner, keep them brighter, and seve 2 Polereld Land Cameras. The only comera in the } 

soce world thet gives you finished prints in 60 seconds | Mares actured by 


UNITED ESTATES STEEL 


NOTE: The above prises (2-88) do not include the cost of installation, © OmMmeES : 
: le 


See your nearest USS Homes Dealer listed below. Drive Out Today and pick up your entry blank. AE Anan, ean » SwOsiOmNT OF uarTED StaTES StERL 


‘es 


7 Tappan Built-in Counter-Top Ronges ond Eye- 3 Mor-Sun Gos-Fired, Forced Warm Alr Furnaces. 
Level Ovens lor Free-Stending Deluxe Ronges, if — Give every room the right tempercture, from foor 
preferred). Gos or Electric. Excellent performance to ceiling, without chilly drofts, evtomoticalty. 

easy to vse, ond beouttul. 


e* 


4 Hotpoint Aviomotic Washers. Toke the drudgery 
out of wash doy, seve time, ond get clothes cleon. 


ig 82% 6606280 w hoage. @f 


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MURRAY HILL-I. C. MURRAY, Jr. | 22h so'msrac items 


6800 Indian Head Highway, Oxon Hill, Md. LOpen 7-3434 clearly marked signe of MURRAY HILL Development, 


jie - sdicih duihainn teeaiieaeieliiediaieatidiaidadiinieishciah died iediaiiihs sii 


It’s Getting Cheaper, Too 


acceptance over the next dozen 
years: 


Plastics have already been 
adapted for more than 50 dif- 
ferent uses in modern home 
building, and are opening up 
undreamec of possibilities for 
more and better uses at less 
cost, acevsrijing to a study in 
House & Home magazine. 

Of all twuilding materials, 
only plasti~s have declined in 
price since 1946, says the mag- 
azine, ani are still getting 
cheaper 

Showing 


and wall tile, skylights, trans-| 
lucent rooting, insulation, in-| 
doer pairts, clectric devices. 
On the mirket for a long time, 
these form the base for plastics 
in home bu:idin+. 

1957—Pipes, hardware, light 
— ; uminous ceilings. 
Wider “eptance and better 
pr roducts will appear in these 
lines just now breaking into 
home buil¢ing 

1958—Partition panels— 
standardized, movable, with in- 
tegral finish. Now used in com 
mercial bui'ding, panels may go 
into homes, especially pre- 
fabricate, two years from now 

1950—Whole walls (nonload 


various building 
products made from 12 main 
types of siastics that are al- 
ready being tested or marketed, 
the magazive also prints this 
“timeable’ of further- improve- 
ments and new uses that are 
likely to find wider commercial 


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LOOK FOR THE HOMES OF 1956 
with 


HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING 


GENERAL ELECTRIC 


CUSHWA 


BRICK & BUILDING SUPPLY CO, 
Heating-Air Conditioning Division 


1355 LEE HIGHWAY, ROSSLYN, VA. 


PPPPLELEL OLE LPOOR OLLIE 
Congressional Forest Estates 
River Rd.—Bradley Blvd. Area 
Large 1\4-Acre Wooded Site 
OPEN SAT.-SUN. 1 ’TIL DARK 


eo <> > “> “> <> “& oOo > >> ~ “>> “> at 


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9120 ALDERSHOT DRIVE 


Picturesque custom-built rambler surrounded by lovely homes and 
in @ protected neighborhood. 16x25 living room with fireplace, 
separate dining room, mahogany paneled library, 2 master bed- 
rooms, each. with private baths. Electric kitchen, laundry, 2 
porches (one screened), basement and garage. Separate brick cot- 
tage suitable for guest house, servant's quarters or workshop. 
Also small greenhouse. The landscaping, shrubs and flowers are 
second to none—including hundreds of azalea plants. Priced at 
$43,500—low cash will handle. 

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bearing), plumbing fixtures, 


roof panels. The plastic wall 
1956—Interior surfaces, floor) 4nd roof panel will be a unit 


‘embodying interior and exte- 
rior finis:), 

1960 — Complete windows; 
prewired, prefinished, insu- 
lated, ceiling panels. 

1961—C omplete bath assem 
blies with pipes and fixtures 
molded in wall. The molded 
bathroom with plastic piping 
will come im two pieces that 
nest together for shipment. 

1962 — Complete mechanical 
cores that can be traded-in like 
autos. Structural plastics will 
make it possible to assemble 
primarily metal equipment in 
one unit. 

1963——full floor units incor- 
porating ducts and wiring. Fin- 
ish floor on top, finish ceiling 
on bottom will be strong 
enough for heavy use on 4foot 


‘centers 


runs or under a heavy head of 
water. (3) Plumbers are not yet 


familiar with its use, (4) Drain- 


age fittings, like traps, are not 


yet on the market. (5) Hot water 
into the’ 


might porsibly get 
cold water pipes if the system 
isnot properly installed. 


Advantages the pipe offers 


are (1) it costs 
pipe ex sept carbon steel. 
Fittings are easier, and there- 
fore cheaper, to mold. (3) It is 
flexible, snakes around corners 
as easily ae wiring cable. (4) 
Joints are made simply with 
a solvent; no threading is 
needed. 


less than any 
(2) 


1964 — Unitized kitchens 


whose components can be 
traded in. Floor-to<ceiling cab- 
inet and equipment units 24” 
and 36” wide. (Range and oven 
will be metal.) 

1965—W ole house in pack- 
aged room wufits. 

1966—Plestics will make pos- 
sible solar heat and power in 
many regions. Col-ecting mats 
of plastic for storing sun's 
energy mechanicaily or elec- 
trically will come on the mar- 
ket 


1967—Stibilized soil housing.) 


Roofing held by inflated plastic 
tubs. Vacat.on housing, tem- 
porary aid military housing 
be made of plastic and 
rth mixed at site . 
1966—Piastic domes to cove! 
the total living unit, including 
gardens. Under domes people 
may iive in controlled climates 
with “outdoor” 
round. 

Describing the skyrocketing 
use of plastic pipe, 
soared from $500,000 in 1948 to 
$45 million lest year, HOUSE 
& HOME 
“may start the next big plumb- 
ing code fight.” It already is 
being used where sanitary 
codes cannot stop its use, the 
magazine explains. “For ex 
ample, railroad train builders 
use it for plumbing in their 
newest and finest cars. Fac 
tories use it where noncorro- 
sion is important.” 

“But plactic plumbing is so 
new,” it adds, “even the new 
national plumbing code does 
not approve it.:The only states 
that now recognize plastic pipe 
in water cupply 
Maine an’ California.” 

The greatest use of plastic 
pipe today is on farms (mainly 
for miles of irrigation lines), in 
factories, and in individual, 
privately-owned water and sani 
tary systems not governed by 
codes 

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waste lines and cold 
lines” say HOUSE & 
“the only criticisms of 
p.pe are (1) rats can 
through it even easier 

they can gnaw through 
copper, (2; Unless properly sup- 
ported it may sag in vertical 


house that GRIWS 


in value! 


a  - ; 4 
a Se 2 Py - ; . 


all-brick split levels 
from $17,575 


What better investment could you 
want... . all-Drick construction, so 
many and such spacious rooms, plus 
a de juxe wall-oven kitchen with 
separate counter-top range, family- 
size Hotpoint refrigerator, waste 
disposer, and plenty of breakfast 
room... . @ house to live and grow 
in... @ DuSiness venture on which 
you can’t lose! 


directions: Out Georgia Ave. 
to Viers Mill Rd., left on Viers 
Mill Rd. to Randolph Rd., left on 
Randolph to model home, OR out 
Wisconsin Ave. to Randolph Rd., 


VA, 


living all year 


which | 


systems are 


suggests that this; © 


Miss Home Week 


The 


sociation 


Home Builders As- 
of Metropoli- 
tan Washington has se- 
lected Miss Jolene Oakes 
of northwest D.C. as 
Washington's Miss Na- 
tional Home Week. The 
Nation-wide housing ob- 
servance begins today 
and ends on Sept. 23. 


Two Appliances or One 


Gas clothes dryers are made 
in combination with washers and 
also as separate appliances. Both 
have the newest features for 
speed and convenience, says the 
Gas, Appliance Manufacturers 
Association and each finds 
favor according to particular 
preferences of homemakers 
amd the space situations in 
their dwellings. 


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oDy nt. Shs 
House & Gerstin Agency 


FHA and 


CONVENTIONAL 
financing. available 


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Fabulous Plastic to Speed Era of ‘Tomorrow’s’ Home 


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Bay Mode! SplitLevel has 3 or 4 bed 
rooms, 1% or 2% baths with | 
sicove and all brick construction, 


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$18,750 


Capri Split-Level offers 3 or 4 bedrooms, 
1%) or 2% baths, vaulted ceiling and 
long sweeping roof $18,250 


Greenweed Kunolls Realiy Co. 
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13224 Geergia Ave., Silver 


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Coprright 1956, House & Gerstim Agency 


for good design 


Holder of more awards for design than 
any other split-level community in the eres. 
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for outstanding value 


' Homes to fit all of your family’s needs now 
* and the perfect investment for the future. 


for general popularity 


Silver Spring's most populer split-level community of over 
300 homes... close to schools and 
shopping, just @ short drive to downtown Washington. 


Dan Ostrow’s 


GREENWOOD 
KNOLLS 


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Greenwood Knolls homes have been cited by Ameri- 

can Builder Magazine, House & Home Magazine and 

the National Homebuilders’ Association, among 

others, for their outstanding home design. A few 

houses are ready for immediate occupancy; twe 

of the models have full basement. Don't delay 
. last sections of the community now open, 


JUST 35% DOWN 


on 30-year loans to qualified veterans. FHA and 
conventional financing also available. 


Directions: Straight ovt Georgie Avenue 
through Wheaton to the 13200 block and com- 
munity entrance on the left side of the road. Open 
Gaily to 9 p.m. 


Spring WH. 6-6484 


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best residential section of Alexandria, this subdivision features 
four unusual and distinctive house types—twe split-level plans 
and two ramblers. 

Lots are nicely nee and the location is unexcelled for con- 
venience to school, rches, shopping and transportation, Prices 
range from $19, $00.06 to pea tags 0. 


DIRECTIONS: 
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BUILT BY es 


MALCOLM MATHESON JR. Raa. 
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ALEXANDRIA, VA. 


Situated in the Seminary area, generally reognized as béing the ’ 


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1707 Duke St., Alexandria, Va. 


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Where else can you find such a home value? } CONVENTIONAL 


Three bedrooms; full dining room; complete 
Western Holly kitchen, built-in king size oven, 
plus triple automatic rotisserie, 4 countertop 
burners; 1 2-cu. ft. Frigidaire, fireplace; large 
storage areas; tile bath plus powder room; 
bay window; all located in Rockville—chosen 

n‘‘All American’ city. All city conveniences 
plus scores of community advantages are at 
hand. A $2 million shopping center will be 
located right in the community. Schools, 
churches, organized sports, swimming pool, 
transportation within walking distance. These 


homes have everything you ‘ve wanted in 2 | - =. Y , On Vier ill Rd 


housing. 


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JOSEPH L. GEERAERT =f JOHN SAMPERTON A.I.A. OME | PARK 
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Map, Directions epee a Te 
To Homes of 56 


Brookville. Va. Built and Co., Ine. Price: $15,250. To 
* for sale by Michnick and reach: Out Viers Mill rd. to 
DiMaio. Price: $18350. To Randolph rd.- Left on Ran-' 
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reach: South on Shirl y high dolph % mile to Randolph 
Way approximately five miies rit} 
exit at Seminary rd. overpass *” | 
and continue south on service 1? Westchester, Fairfax, Va 
road paralleling Brookville ~ Built and for sale by) 
Vv to model nome » on , . 
ee oe iP, $17,950. To reach: Out Colum-| 
7") re . : ’ . | 
, & Duke (,arde Ss, seer bia | ke to Annandale. Right 
uilt by Banks ac -_ a , 
Va. Built by Bani . on Route 236 to Westchester on 
Lee, Inc. and for sale by_Ar . 
Post. Price: $14,200. To reach: **5" 

Out Shirley highway to Duke 13 Sumner, Md. Built and 
st, left approximately 1% 40s for sale by the W. C. and 
siles sig m right. ; . 
miles to Sign on rig A. N. Miller Development Co 

. > _ ™ le nw >at Dre tr) n 
for sale ay we twood PTOP' ave, %% mile past-the District 
erties, Ine Price $20 000 lo, . 
Seven Corners. Continue on left. Left on Fort Sumner dr. 
boulevard (rte. 50) to first traf- to Rockmere dr., bear right on 
: ’ . “* : + ’ 7 ’ ‘ 
fie light (A } sale rd , left Rockmere to Scarsdale _rd.. 
for two miles to Raymondale right on Scarsdale rd. to Over- ---~e " 
Sign On Tight. lea rd. then left on Overlea to rant AST ve : nouTs aie 
Parkway) Silver Spring, Westpath Way. Model home is : - 
“me Md. Ruilt and for sale by ‘cated at 5101 Westpath Way, | 


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Connecticut Avenue Park, Inc | | East Vienna Woods, Va 
1 4 95 : . , - 

Pr ce $24 250 i fi rea 4 . Built hy ( iivmpian Homes 

seorgss a on wee to Old Corp. and for sale by Yoenas' 

Bladensburg rd. Right for one Realty, Inc. Price: from $14,750 


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—s og the Parkway entrance +... <¢19950 To reach: Out Route er .s , » f *p 
on left. 7 (Leesburg pike) to Tysons = -~ a » : P | - 
~ Royal View, Md. Built by Corner. Left on Route 123 (be- - EN vik 19) - : Ls monte 
“* Novak. Sills and Novak and comes Maple ave.) just past ANNANDALE IE t) * . , ' rorasTVLLe® 
for sale by I. L. Lewis Associ- ccrporate limits of Vienna 5S Ui A . : : 
ates. Price $17,950 Model Turn left at signs to model an inne a Se ’ f 
home has been furnished and homes : 25 
nyo y! er To vi m Fairfax Forest, Va. For w%. 
ut ers iii] past ers 
shopping cet ter te 12500 block . sa e by L N. Lerner | 
and Roval View sien on right Price $18.995. To reach: Out! 
ih _ Shirley hwy. to Route 236 cut-! 
6 Fairfield. Va. Built by Gold- off to Fairfax. Follow 236 to 
De sten Brothers and for sale Locust st., left one block to 
‘state Corp. Sager st.. right on Sager to 
Barbour, left on Barbour 
which becomes Sideburn) four 
blocks to model home. 


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Go to Alexandria, Va nf y 
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via the Mt. Vernon Memoria! 16. anassas Park, Va. For 
highway. Continue straight sale by Arlington Realty 
+ om , : _- s” Co. Price: $7850. Model home 
through Alexandria then turn ; ? . , | 
right at Franklin st. and con- furnished by the Manassas Fur- | , 
tinue south on U. S. Route 1 canta R py tog ror By. Bg , bot a 
mii) . : : r Ing or ‘ . . ) 
one mile past Open Air theate Continue on U. & 29-211 to | j 
to Fairfield Qually-Tee sign on | entreville blinker light. Left 
right. Turn right two biocks to , Seog F, a, ae = 
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"7 Sleepy Hollow Manor, Va... «.. ' Nhe atta 
be mune ond for sale hs ] Franklin Park, Md. Built) = r Worn ntMOL UBT TAA TT Lao hid 


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Murphy and Snell Price we by Metropolitan Homes WwOrraainse ass 
$24,500. To reach: Out Arling- and for sale by ( olonia! Invest, 
ton bivd. to Willston shopping ment Price: from 951008. To 
center, left on Patrick Henry vere ae -y- “y an Whoa Realty Co. Price: $21,995. To 93 Spring Hill Woods, Md 'on Route 50 approximately 100 dr. right to Crosby rd., left to|Washington-Baltimore p a r k-|from $21,000. Model home fur- 
dr., right on Leesburg pike 500 uf "ta Randolph vd Left ose reach: Out Leesburg Pike * Built by Smoot-Levick|yards to entrance of Carroll- In Oak dr. and sample house. |jway, turn off parkway atinished and decorated by Hal 
yards to Castle rd., left on Seeaatnth a siete Sneenae (Route 7) to Tyson’s Corners..and for sale by Colonial In-|t©" ©” left. Bethesda, ‘Md. Built ang Greenbelt, follow Glenn Dale Seymour of Baltimore. To reach 


Castle rd. to Nicholson, right : on ’ ~ aol , 4 dads ird. left across bridge and con-|model home; Out Georgia ave. 

or left to houses. . @ Ray Park, Md. Built by Left one mile to Golf Viewvestment. Price: $28,950. 2 . pea wig yf ys me Ba — ao Ry tinue 100 yards to homes. \to Arcola ave. Right on Arcola 
, Os ine Roswell Miller Con- !8"S. Turn left and follow Model home is furnished by - = oe Ly sESTS | ECS OF Ps SIC. SIU BSS, just past Kemp Mill rd. te 

@ Herndon Woods, Va. Built) i co | » $i to home Hutchison’s Furniture To| Brothers, ine. Price: $20,960. |To reach: Out Wisconsin ave 29 pemneees FS OPh, We hanes on left 

Oc and for sale by 20th Cen- truction Co. and for sale by) signs to = . 'To réach: Out Lee highway to Bank of Bethesda. Left on * Built and for sale by the 

tury Homes, Inc. Priced from “#"ty *- Boswell and Co., Inc A | Rock Creek Forest, Md. reach: Out Connecticut ave.ithrough Falls Church past Old Georgetown rd. to McKin-\Geeraert Construction Corp. 31 Bethesda, Md. For sale 

$12895. To reach: Out Lees-!'*® a 950 To reach: Out @& Ee nuit and for sale by Eig bear right on Kensington) Pine Springs community tojley st. left on McKinley to Price: $17,750. To reach: Out ~* by Thomas L. Phillips. 

burg Pike from Falls Church ~ a tha A Ray and McKeever. Price: $21.301. pkwy. to Inverness, right two Shreve rd. on right. Follow |Hempstead ave., right to home.|/Georgia ave. to Viers Mill rd. Price: from $20,950. Model 

for about 10 miles to Route 606.2 md right to property. To reach: Out Connecticut ave, blocks to Brierly rd., right to Signs across creek to model Green Valley, Md. Built/2™4 continue to Twinbrook|home furnished by Virga and 

Left on 606 into Herndon. In Warren Woods, Fairfax,|~° *©**": * — ve-|Kenilworth ave. and right to home. 28. : Park on the right. ® Accessories by hing 

19 to East-West hwy., right to and for sale by the Con-| 


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Herndon turn left on Spring ““* Va. Built and for sale by open sign, DG, Woodside View, Md. Built tinental Construction Co|/3@Q Kemp Mill Estates, ma,|Closet. To reach: Op = 
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st. .three blocks to model the Warren Construction Corp,,\Grubb rd., left to Spencer rd. P as . . ‘sin ave. to Bradley 
waite Price: $19.500. Model home fur.iand right to model home. 94. Carrollton, Md. Devel and for sale by Eig and|Price: $15,990. Model home Built and fog sale by the 


. oped by the Modern McKeever. Price: $22,950. To|furnished and decorated by|Kay Construction Corp. Priced! See MAP, Page 54° 
9 Crestwood Park, Va. Built "ished and decorated by Hutch- 99 Rock Creek Palisades, Md. Consieaataaia Co.: price range: reach: Out Georgia ave. to Dale'the Hecht Co. To reach: Out = — 
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and for sale by the Crest-| °% vim ny ese To Ray + se * Built and for sale by Ex- $15,990 to $20,950. To reach:| 
wood Construction Corp. Price Arlington va. three go hibit Homes, Inc. Price: $18-'Out New York ave. to Balti-) ia 


of the split level Home of '56.P25t Fairfax Circle and ,|790. To reach: Out Connectiqut more-Washington pkwy. Turn! 
model is $18,950. To reach: Out | nue on 29-211 two blocks past! ve through Kensington tolright on Riverdale rd. to De- 
Shirley highway to Edsall rd. ¥rfax High School to Walnut x ewoort Mill rd. Continue on fense Highway (Route 50). Left! 
cloverieaf, left on Edsall rd.,|5 #94 follow signs to home. | ewoort Mill rd. to Rock Creek — 


4% mile to Back Lick, right on 9 Golf View Homes, Va. Palisades entrance and follow GEORGE |. BORGER, INC. 
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Back Lick to Braddock rd., * For sale by the Culmore signs. | 

left on Braddock to property oe | Loans on Real Estate “Liomes of '56" Conventional FHA & GI 
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as VA LOANS UP TO $20,000 HOUSES Favorable Rates Consult us for the Loan 
JO ee eee ie | Minimum Cash Down Payment | Sales, Rentals, Insurance that best suits your need 

* tates, Va. For sale by the _ _ Mertgege Leone 

Vittori Real Estate Corp. Price: ON ss BASIS WANTED | 643 _—— Py N.W. J and invite you to discuss the financing Property Management 
$22,500. To reach: Out Arling-]  ConNVvENTIONAL & FHA We have calls daily for of the home want te buy with us 
ton blvd. to Fairfax Circle, heuses in: _ | e you : 


Insurance 
three-quarters around circle to . Senator Pack oeocoeo | B F 
Route 237. Turn right and con- Af. Landwigt,,, T Le y oe ® PHA, GI end Conventional Finencing s . U 0. 
‘ akoma Park ARLEDGE | 


tinue approximately 500 yards ; ; 
to entrance. MORTGAGE LOANS Silver Spring Real Estate Corp. can’ tnt Cn 0 renee 
2533 Wilson Bivd. fees: 


DI. 7.7686 S15 15th St. WLW . 
1] Randolph Hills, Md. For | Hyattsville 
ou Arlington, Va. Ow 50 Anniversary Yor 


sale by Perlmutter Sales [a neers att HUGH TV. PECK 
* Sasa SHANNON:&-LUCHS Residential and Commercial 


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PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ~- Real 


on REAL ESTATE Some S-Bey Comments APPRAISALS—INSURANCE 724 14th St. N.W. © NaAtional 8-2345 RE AL EST ATE 


10 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE IN 
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We suttes you see the 


SALE or Gi LOAN PROCESSING 


REFINANCE HARRY L. GODDARD 
1346 Conn. Ave. HU. 3-4747 


C. ROBERT BOUCHER =—,| G.I.-F.H.A. a, 5 SAM — BORIC AER <- MANAGE 
ST. 3-7722 $1 30-YEAR GI OR FHA. woe |)! | | RENTALS — INSURANCE — APPRAISALS 
ALAM ppseseprae ee y | Insurance 


. Some 2% Down GI Loan wee | ae | : 
pty wanreo |} BOGLEY, HARTING & HIGHT | 4 Protection for mnenneten™‘gatcaatowy 


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HOMES TO SELL G.I. [| {Otns o’cousrsuction LOANS { pai Homeowners Founded 1904 


PROMPT | 
Gener al Realty Co WASHINGTON. 4 SUBURBS | Discover how the $-in-1 1321 Connecticut Avenue N.W Telephone: DEcatur 2-3600 
# | 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU : deriiiiois: caliens dues: eas Game 
Investment Building | 1000 Wis. Are. Cpe, 
x. 3.5250 ~* | Bite mention 1-410, ma. | : protection . ~. ae lower 
;) one See baal ve ———-— - 4 premium cost. Let vs expicia 
this NEWEST plon te you. 


Near The Weshingten Gelf & CO 


GOLF CLUB MANORS 


@ 3-4 Redreom Ramblers 
@ 3-5 Redroem Colenials 
@ 3-6 Bedroom Split-Levels 


A 20 MAN SALES STAFF 
Coll or Vist 
Arlington Realty Ge. 
Arlington, Va. 

1100 Wiisen diva. JA. T-9800 

svi, N. B. Ave 


Over 106 lets avaliable fer 
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WALTER ®. REYNOLDS CO., INC. 


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Seller's Problem! airiadetl ro eicatas ee 56 H. 1. RUST CO. pa an Alar 
ve Set REAL ESTATE [7 Collingwood Estates | Established. 186 PROPERTY 
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Speculative inmgM. ARR a 1001 15th St. N.W. NA. 8-8100 MANAGEMENT 
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\ or direct to home buyer He woe H.B ¥ 286 j 


Which is better? | Established Since 1912 


North Portal Estates 


| #346 and 62 
Let's talk it over | “The Old Reliable Office” |. On the Map Above 


Cox & Co: || KE. 9-3630 KI. 9.0078 JOLLES AND SENNETT | 3 5). sitte ence of oll details 


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We are now signing leases for SHOPPING CENTER Management 


- BAILEY’S CROSS ROADS is destined to be one of familiarity with the special of co-operative 
the HIGHEST VOLUME sales locations of the future. ERAGE WH ental Ny Co, Sle IE ee Te 


CHAIN STORE MANAGEMENT interested in locat- |} sista warner | Gem ote 


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ing at this Important market place should cal = 1]. G, Smithy Company || & Al 9 } al 
JAMES L. DIXON & CO. | Mestggs Reprmtatinn, The Tad tame Gn | O AIREY & DUN Op. inc. 
1022 17th St. N.W, jj home ering S808 


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54 Saturday, September 15, 1956 ° 


irection Homes of ’56} / and K; 1, 
Map, D riytee a . he Hungerford Towne 4g Carroll Knolls, M¢. Built § | ye Cth / NG S & 


“'"'* add for sale by the on left side of road. * by the Wagman Construc- ; 
to Aberdeen st., left to Mar wood! idg@e-Belmont Homes ; ;, ,. tion Corp. and for sale by Co- Bai - - 
Dury rd. and left on Marbury Corp’Price range fram $10,615 39. Layton Mail, Fairfax, Va lonial Investment, Price: $20-@ Mecr Boftimore-Weashington Expresswoy 


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to 7601 and mode! house. to $14.000. To reach: Out Shir Built and for sale by 990. To reach: Out Georgia ave 


. nee ‘lav highway to U. S. 1 and Miehnick and DiMaio. Priced through Silver Spring and con-§ 
32 Hybla~ Valley, Va ba Woodbridge, Va: Left on state '*O™ $23,990 to $29,500. TO tinue past Forest Gien rd. to a _— ' 
we? hy Banks and Lee, In route 687 to homes reach: Qut Arlington bivd. tO the 10400 block of Georgia ave # 
and for sale by Art Post ne Fail circle, three-quarters | 


riax , Turn left on Evans dr. to the 
To reach: Drive sout lex Collingwood Estates, Va. around circle to Route 237 and ong of street and homes. . 
andria, Va., appro» te foul Built by the Slan Con- continue following directional ;' itt ~ 
miles to ry 2 alley ry n truction Co and for sale hy * gns leading to entrance in 4 (leary lew Manor. Lang- “ a » 
right lollies and Sennett Price: Willard mansion and mode! * jey, Va. Built.and for sale — 
> Westgro ™ $29,500. To reach: Out Mount ®omes. by Commonwealth ©“ ustom 
30 oy Vernon Memorial bivd. through ’ , ,. Builders. Price: $31,500. Te 
. * for sale bv ‘ol! | North Springfield, Va Cross Chain Bridge and 
- . Alexandria and on to Colling- ® ' ross (nain 5ricg 
Gosnell, Inc. Price: f1 2. ' Built and for sale by Ed ght of Route 123 for two 
" ' wood tea house lurn rign , . "¢ Ent o1 Ul bans : 4 
000 Mode! non rUrnhis here of Collingwood rd and ward R Carr, Inc. Price 19 to Clearview Manor on 
and decorated by the Hecht *' ~ ro. ; de! 7 ames on 300. To reach: Out Shirley bwy. tne jefe 
continu mode } ! . ua) +i. 
Co To reach Foliow the. os ~~ to Springfield cloverieaf. Turn 
’ ii ve ’ : 
Mount Vernon Parkway past right to Back Lick rd. Right i; Springfield, Md. Built and 
the airport and through Alex-9%*7 Greenwood Knolls, Md. again on Back Lick one mile to * for sale by Kettler Broth- 
andria. Westgrove is on the ? 4 Built by Dan Ostrow and North Springfield entrance oners, Inc. Price: 834950. To 
right just two miles past the for sale by . the Greenwood left. reach: Out Massachusetts eve 
Hunting Towers traffic light in Knolls Realty Co. Price: $18, . 1 extended 1% miles past West- 
- y 5 r ’ 
Alexandria. 250. To reach: Out Georgia ave 1] Greenwood Acres, Md. ,.oreland Circle to Cromwell 
, ‘ > . ts . 
Oakwood Forest. Bethes- ‘hrough Wheaton to the 13200 Built by L. G. Meltzer qr. right on Cromwell to Me 
3 . 4 Md F ‘ » Soe Cte block and community entrance and for sale by T. N. Lerner rengo rd.. right on Merengo to 
Ch Ch R * » Co. l on the left Price: $16,700. To reach: Out Newington rd. right on Newing- 
evy nase Realty ©o., In Cd gly NR raatai . . 
Price: $25.500. To reach: Out 9@ Hungerford Towne, Md New York ave. to Washington- ton to horbes. 
a sia < ——e ’ Baltimore pkwy., continue on 
Wisconsin ave. ta Bradley bi JO- Built by Buchanan ) ag tat Wa 
ee ee ee ‘ —s | os : parkway to Route 50 turnoff 19 River Ridge Estates, 3 
wh . Bradley = yd ate ey ae — oe lenry and follow it to junction with * Built by the Carisen 
e ‘ ftiar —. - 
ser on Wilson lane o W Lo Aye in Price $14,950 ro Route 301, bear left on Route Construction Co. and for sale 
, 7? r > ’ r af Cc . ° ’ , 7 
blvd left on W hittier to end of reach: Out Wisconsin ave. tO 391 approximately % mile to by Ridgefield Realty Co. Price 
street and model nomes. city limits of Rocky lie and Route 450 Bear right on Route $15 950 7 9 reach Out South 
Ne 450 following Greenwood Acres Capitol st. appfoximately *% 


ee SE SS Ce . ‘ = ™ — - - e 
A - : ST directional signs to community mile Glassmanor Apart- 


“Piet e raat CHILLUM PARK entrance. 
$16,990—*850 Down Gi 


3 Bedrooms, 2'2 Baths 
Master Bedroom with Bath Full Basement + /Finished 
plus 2 other Bedreems and Recreation R 
Full Bath on 2nd Fieor Concrete Patio 
ist Floor Powder Room Larce Deluxe Kitchen with 
Pover Futrance Natural Weed Cabinets. Fve- 
Laree Living Reom w/Picture Level Oven, Breakfast Area 
Window Pacts for Air Conditioning 

‘ f Ts » eco 

Separate Family Size Dining c e of Interior Decorations 


1? Fort Williams Park, Alex- ,,... 
“* sandria, Va. Built by Mal- ,... 
colm Matheson Jr., Inc. and for 

sfie by Charles R. Hooft, Inc. = Monticello Estates, Alex- 
Price: $22,450. To reach: Out JVs andria, Va. For sale by 
Mount Vernon Memorial Park- the RBeitrelli Co. Priced from 
way to Alexandria and Duke ¢°9 450- To reach: Out Shirley 
st. Right on Duke st. one block way to Arlington Ridge rd 


past Quarker lane to home on richt on Ridge rd. to fourth LL BEX. tieboarm 


right. traffic light, bear right on Rus- 3a) rambler, fa2 basement, 
‘ll rd. to Monticello bivd. and Bir 
{3 Tarleton, Alexandria, Va Riet i. to Monticelle | outside extrexce These 
“* For sale by I. L. Lewis — aes +) houses are tops tz quality 
Associates. Price: $18,475. To 5] Ridge View, Va Buflt anc §4) 
reach: Out Shirley highway to“ ~* for sale by Carl M. Free wes or s2 throng est. 


Seminary rd. exit. Take exit man, Inc. Price: From $15,500 Colore4 ce baths and bess- 


M4 
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zo} BernsTEn & Co. and turn left on Seminary rd. Model home furnished ané 


oF. ™ - 
| tifuly equipped kirbhers 
2000 P St. N.W. Sales, inc. CO. 5-3533 9 ‘til 9 and continue past high school decorated by the Hecht Ce. To ® ’ ° 
Se (0 Jorday st. Turn right to reach: Out Shirley hwy. tog 
—_ — ; = traffic light at Duke st. Con- Saringfield-Franconia clover- 33) See THEM AND 
— : tinue 100 feet to home leaf. left over bridge to Fran-@ Er 
| e Ashburt Bethesda Md conia rd., four miles to Ridge @ COMP: a. 
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A exandria 14, Ashburton, Bethesda, Md. view on the right. MOVE RIGHT IX 
Built by Bancroft andfor _ v — 
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Near River j sale by Sidney Z. Mensh & Co. ° ) Hillcrest Heights, Md 
Price: from $23,390. To reach: ~~” Built and for sale by the 
3 bedrooms—2'2 baths—separate dining room Out Old Georgetown rd. 2% Maryland-Warren Construction 


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DIRECTIONS: Out Rices Fd tt Factern Ave right on Bastern aoor 
% mile to Chillum Place, right to sample hows 
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if miles from Wisconsin ave.. just \Orp. Home is air condi med 
Open sunday 26 past Ryland dr. to Ashburton by Carrier. Price: $27500. To 
This delightful home located in fashionable port section was community entrance on the og ona South es bn. 
completely remoceied Dy the present owners and is in perfect eit. 0 SuUlIanSe petaway ane © 
gendition throughout, Tiled entrance he a! | tinue on parkway to Branch 
at ' = ¥ rane , VNUSU iara ivi ‘ . rs anal = M4 
room, den, powder room, attractive dining room oon ng a 15 Cool Spring Heights, Md. @ve. Turn right on Branch eve | @wer Rd. Ge cor cige ot Ol Lender &.. Slew oe 
ively garden. 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Modern kitchen with “* Built and for sale by ~ oo greg ar., right _ a «Landover Rd. te 65 Ave, ture ft & wade! Souses 
dishwasher and disposal, gas heat. Harry Poretsky & Sons, Inc. °F°° to snopping center, 
Price: $19.995 To reach: Out one biock to iverson. right on 
211 Wilkes St New Hampshire ave. to Mis- ‘verson to mode] homes. 
. sourl ave. Right on Missour 53 Hillcrest Heights. Md 
which becomes Riggs rd. and Dd- Built and for sale br 
continue on Riggs rd. one block aldre, Inc. Price: $17,300. To 


: past Adelphi Mill to Cool reach: Out Pennsylvania ave 
Jacob & Goddin, Inc. Spring rd. Sharp right andse to» Branch ave. right on 
416 Prince St. Ki. 9-8112 continue 300 yards to model 


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home. | See MAP, Page 55, Col. i | 


Directions: Washington St. (Mt. Vernon Bled) te Duke St., left to Lee 
St., right te Wilkes, end right to open Aouve 


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Informa] living at ite best! All brick construction with three 
large bedrooms, spacious dining room and two full co tile 
baths. Appealing to every member of the family, the Kingston 
has for Mom ... huge closets, a heavenly Frigidaire kitchen: 
for Ded ... an uncramped feeling of: the larce living room 
and full basement bie enough for do-it-yourself tools: for the 
children . . . Inads of room te romp and play and enouch 


bedrooms to go around. You owe it to yourself to see this 
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Priced *10,615 to *14,000 

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Directions to the Homes of 56 
MAP—From Page 54 imore pkwy. to Cheverly cutoff. 62 North Portal Estates. 


‘Bear right to Landover rd.\“"“* Built by the B and C Con- 
Branch ave. to Colebrook dr.(Route 202) and follow across .+-u-tion Co. and for sale by the 


Right on Colebrook to 26th gama Rayne or et Jolles and Sennett Co. Home 
ave. Left on 26th to Lyons st. eight two blocks to model is completely air conditioned.| 


' and follow signs to home. ‘home on left. To teach: Out 16th st. to circle! 
54 Sunrise Terrace, Alexan-~@ Harmony Hillis, Silver at D. C. line, go half around! 
“- @ria, Va. Built by L. G. IO. Spring, Md. Built by the circle to North Portal dr. and 
Meltzer and Associates and for 0. F. C. Corp. and for sale by follow signs to house. | . © / 
sale by T. N. Lerner aif wd BR yg argh hem Rigen nage Be 63 Longmeadow Estates, Be! | Co | ats : — : ' @ Fast Action 
350. To reach: Out Shirley high- a “© thesda, Md. Built by Vie! Ff ; ' | Bl) aaa me ote — Ih: - 

ete oalinnel th. oft. Cy Ch ee ee woe le by the! | aa _— at) ves (Saga = ||}; @ Free Appraisal © Free Information : 
way , and follow directional signs to tor Mariani and for sale by the ie , a. es : ~as CALL ONE OF THES® 
right to Seminary rd., left on —" entrance on the Chevy Chase Realty Co. Price:| | er RY ek } ies pS ee lie PIMs ne yh ve 
Seminary rd. to Duke st., left ‘ef from $25,750. To reach: Out | a ay ech) a. ” aye 
on Duke st. three blocks to N..5q) Kay Park, Md. Built by Wisconsin ave. 500 yards past | , wm 1h ; nae Se See Ne ee a : 
Gordon st. and left to model 27s Kay. and Sons, Builders, '"¢ Bethesda Nava] Hospital to ! : , Ine, , 


’ 4 : : . ; ‘ ut omen . 3h A. 4-1 JA. 7-666 
homes Inc., and for sale by Superior Longmeadow sign on left. | | : | JA, 4-1155 6660 


. . | | COLONIAL REALTY CO. SHANNON & LUCHS CO, 
“= Bristow, Va. Built and Realty. To reach: Out South 64 Kensington Knolls, Md. <4) ? | 


| . §-6200 JA. 5-6800 
De ¢ be’ tee Prop- Capitol st. to Suitland parkway,  **, Built by the Lanark Con- , ; | ; ARTHUR L. WALTERS CO 
eres, tae. Price: "$19,900. To left on Branch ave. to Southern struction Co. and for sale by| ~ 3 a : ; — Mili INC. fs 
reach: Out Shirley highway to *Y*- right on Southern 0 the James C. Conley Co. Price: i a awe JA. 7-5200 
Lincolnia cloverleaf, right on "™EeS. $17.395. To reach: Out Con- ae ris . 


route 236 to Annandale. Take 60 Arville Forest, Md. Built nd. left Bn Rg ar — : dzes Sag ae Pe oe ae | H OME BUYERS! 


route 649( Ravensworth rd.) to by , . | 
y the Inwood Construc ; BE SUR 
Bristow signs. tion Co. and for sale by T. N.\o": left on Maple View and) | E TO SEE OUR EXCLUSIVE 


-_ follow signs to homes. | LISTINGS B 
ad Enchant Park. Md. Lerner. Price: $22490. To EFORE YOU BUY 
56. Built by the Neweastle|reach: Out Georgia ave. to Ar@= Easecrest, Md. Built by New Ideas Abound at Long Meadow Estates a 
Construction Corp. and for sale(c°la ave., right on Arcola to * Easecrest Homes and for : | A E set H m 
by T_N. Lerner. Price: $18,490 “sneer Reg Ba | pe aw 7 sale by b N. we Price:| New convenience features and new ideas the Chevy Chase Realty Co. Some of the n xquisite OMe ..- 
h: C ticut ave.|Uredaugn to Franwan, $22,490. To reach: Out Georgia, ; ) . 12 8 , , Sy ‘ 
a een beaten a Franwall to model home. sve to Colesville rd. right to| ° design characterize the Home of °56 in features of these homes are balconies In An Exquisite Setting 
continue on Kensington-Whea- Four Corners and Old Bladens- Long Meadow Estates, Md. ina new home | with wrought iron railings, spacious liv- 
ton rd, fear blocks pest Gre 61. Holiday Park, Silver burg rd. Left on Old Bladens-| section readied for the fall exhibit. Four | ing rooms with fireplaces, formal dining NORTH ARLINGTON 


house to Newport Hill rd. Turn = — by a burg and follow to Easecrest dr.| split level and rambler variations are | rooms and four or five bedrooms. Price 

a r wt perme Dhyne and community entrance. offered in this community built by Vice- | range for the dwellings is from $25,750 

“Under $16,000.” To reach: Out 66 Shepherd Park Estates, tor Mariani, president of the Long Mead- | to $36,500. 

57 Old Beaver Dam Estates,'Georgia ave. to Viers Mill rd., * Washington, D. C. For) ow Construction Corp. and for sale by | 

“~*~ wid For sale by T. N.\bear to left on Viers Mill and sale by T. N. Lerner _Price _ 

Lerner. Price: $149350. To/follow to intersection with Con- $19,250. To reach: Out Georgia : fei 

reach: Out Washington-Balti- necticut ave. and homes. ave. to Hemlock st., right on Hemlock one block to model 69 Wilson Knolls, Md. Built Brush Fire 
house at 7435 9th st. nw. * by Selkirk, Inc., and for » , 


left on Newport Hill rd. and fol- 
low to model. | 


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” ......_ sale by the Lanark Co., Inc r . 
| | , oa 67. Oakview, Silver Spring, price: $20,400. To reach: Out VW arninges 
Daas) ia Md. For sale by the T. River rd. to Wilson 1a., left on © 
N. Lerner Co. Price: $21,990..Wilson to Laverock la. and| Burning of brush or debris 
To reach: Out New Hampshire 5omes. within 200 feet of woodland 


Immediate Occupancy! | ave. past University lane to will be prohibited from Sept. 


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ony ewe eet ay | one block Heater Takes 15 to Dec. 15 in Maryland, the 9 Qiegeeeemientnnetnt Ii a: 
ry eERS ‘to furnished model home. , Is “. ‘i a 

- | aia te ioe On TV Look tate Department. of Forests 4921 N. 28th Se. 

a, 68. aot : = — R a sas ‘ and Parks announced. A magnificent ¢-bedroom rambler of quality construction ané 
: u y © iOwer —oOn- mode esigned aiong the Additional information a craftemanship ... living room with fireplace, dining 
struction Co. and for sale by T. lines of a television console is bout completely equipped GE kitchen with 2 ovens, breakfast 


. = open-air burnin regulations space.. .. 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths on the upper level .. . 
\N. Lerner. Price: from $23,700.\among the many styles of com- . . on the lower level, one bedroom, full bath, finished recreation 


‘To reach: Out Colesville rd. pact, attractive gas space heaters can be had by calling the local room with fireplace, larce laundry and work space .. . attle 
\past Old Bladensburg rd. fol-\offered. It can provide cozy forest supervisor at Parkway ee en Oren ALY “TIL DARK yale Ce 
lowing Colesville to the Burnt viewing for those at the real TV 5-0213 or Fairview 2-2762 or 


~e Directions: Out Lee Hwy. to Giebe Road. right to W. Beth Bt. left te 
‘Mills Manor community and/|set, without interference or over-'writing the District Fofester Drendywine end right to 26th St. end left to open sign. 


‘Burnt Mills dr. Left to homes.'loaded circuits. at Laurel. FRED G. BEHM, KE. 6-8100, KE. 6-9413 


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SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND 
‘DIRECTIONS: B SIDNEY Z. @ 
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Out Georgia Avenue te Forest Glen Rd., MENSH 
right te Dameron Drive, left on Dameron ae as me SEW 


Drive 5 blocks te Tiltom Drive, left te model 1613 pete aw. THE KENMORE 


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homes. 


Open Daily 10 A.M. “Til Dark guammiin"camare This spacious three bedroom home is uniquely 
Builders & Developers planned so as to offer joint uses of the living 

: area rooms for formal and informal entertain- 
ing, yet maintains the advantages of separate 
living and dining rooms. There is more than 
ample storage area with outside entrance. 
Two of the thee large bedrooms have corner 
exposures. Included in the step-saving kitchen 
are a Westinghouse refrigerator, crosstop 
freezer, and a Tappan “Visual Oven” gas 


range. $] 3.65 5 


NO DOWN PAYMENT TO QUALIFIED VETERANS 
THE HAMPTON 


The handsome Hampton is completely and 
beautifully furnished for your viewing. This 
brick and frame home has three large bed- 
rooms and two full baths. The deluxe kitchen 
includes a Tappan range and Westinghouse 
refrigerator. The adjacent utility room has an 
outside “kids’’ entrance. Other highlights in- 
clude blacktopped driveway, landscaped and 
sodded lot, clean, economical gas heat, large 
picture window and easily maintained rambler 
style. 


Five Acres is a Lot of Space 


Space to be an individualist, space to get away from the hemmed- 
in feeling, space to feel brave enough to wear those Bermuda 
shorts. And this much or even more space is available in Apple 


Valley, within 15 minutes of the District at the cost of a city lot! : _ available. All prices subject to VA approval. 


Apple Valley is the brainchild of 32 “<F . % Built by: 
families who enjoy thelr own space | | 


ap arg rage . _ ALGERNON BLAIR, INC. 


surroundi land themselves to 
ty “ts DIRECTIONS: 


serve its wooded hills, small lake | : 
Go out Shirley Highway to Franconia cloverleaf, turn one of the Nations Leading Builder ° 


off at cloverleaf then left over bridge on Franconia | | Exclusive: Sales 
Road three miles to Winslow Hills entrance on left 


OR out U. S. Highway Number One to Duke Street in | - 
Alexandria. Turn right on Duke and proceed to Tele-. SI DWARID CARR ua. 
graph Road, turn left on Telegraph Road to Franconia ) ; | . 
_ Read. Right on Franconia Road to Winslow Hills en- — ee ae ee _ REALTOR ; 
trance on right. : | | SPRINGFIELD OFFICE: CL. 6-1212 | 


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- THE WASHINGTON POST_and TIMES HERALD 


Saturday, September 15, 1956 


as 


morn . de he ee rs 


The Living Is Easy at Burnt Mills Manor 


Visitors to this Home of '56 in Burnt Mills 
Manor, Md., last week were largely in 
accord with the builder who said that the 
homes were designed for families “who 
prefer informal, casual living along with 
the facilities for entertaining with elegance 
and dignity.” Built by the Tower Construc- 


tion Co., the homes are near the Indian 
Spring Country Club and are for sale by 
T. N. Lerner. Price range is from $23,700 
to $24,950. The homes offer outdoor ter- 
races, spacious living and dining areas, 


multiple baths and fully equipped kitchen. 


Alexandiria’s 
Lloyd House 
To Be Razed 


dria where, istorians say, Gen. 
Robert E. Lee first learned 
he was to lead the Confederate 
forces, is being torn down and 
\replaced by a modern office 
building. 

| The house, which stands at 
| 220 N. Washington st., was built 
in 1793. ‘'t was once owned 
‘by a relative of General Lee, 
and some historians have re- 
ported that it was on the steps 
of the house that General Lee 
learned he was to lead the 
‘Southern armies. | 


The story. goes, he was on 
ihis way to Arlington from serv-| 
ices at Christ Church . and! 
stopped in to visit his rela- 
tives when a message from the) 
‘Virginia legislature brought 
word he was to be the Confed>) 
‘erate commander. The formal 
lacceptance later took place in 
|Richmond 


| Last May, the City Council 
'rezoned the 200 block of N. 
Washington st., from residen- 
tial to commercial to make way 
for construction of an office 
building. A group of doctors’ 
bought the property and have 
planned a modern structure. 
Three historic organizations, 
the Historic Alexandria Foun- 


oo wwe Ls > 7 


FORT SUMNER HILLS 


Several homes nearing completion in 
Montgomery County’s newest subdivision. 


Other features include den and family room 


3 and 4 Bedrooms—2'2 Baths 


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From *34,950 


A Controlled Community of Fine 
Homes Built and Sold 


Exclusively by 


OQ. F. SMITH & BROS. CO. 


OL. 2-6458 


Out Massachusetts: Avenue Extended to Sangamore 


dation, the Alexandria Asso- 
ciation and the Old Town Civic 
Association protested the de- 
molition of the building, but 
when it was offered to the three 
groups for $132,000, the price 
was “too steep.” 

Una F. Carter, president of 
the Alexandria Association, 
said “We just couldn't raise the 
money at this time.” 

Dr. Charles T. Nicholson, one 
of the new owners, said it was 
impossib'e to operate inthe 
old building. He cited heating 
problems, among others, as the 
reason for tearing the house 
down. 
| Dr. Nicholson said the new 
building will be “in keeping 
with the colonial architecture 
on the Areet.” 


New Alloy 


Bonds Materials 


NEW YORK (#—A new plas 
tic alloy capable of welding 
concrete, brick, cement and 
cinder block, tile and all other 
masonry building materials 
with a bond stronger than the 
joined material itself was an- 
nounced today by the Perma- 
gile Corp. of America. | 

The material called perma-| 
gile, is permanently water-| 
proof, non-shrinking, non-ex-| 
_panding unaffected by aging or 
atmospheric conditions and un- 


Rd. (Glen Echo Fire House), left on Sangamore Rd. 
to FORT SUMNER HILLS. 


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jacids or chemicals, the com- 
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owner can use it for repairing 
|\major cracks and gaps in con- 


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you'll have 
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more LIVING at... 


In one of the most easily accessible ereae, con- 

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contemporary 

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price range. By pivoting the basic desion on the 

full center hall, each part of the home is reached 
essing from room to room  CORe- 

struction reflects the combined efforts of the 

finest architects, engineers aud skilled craftemen. 


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For the past several years we have been building custom 
homes on lots belonging to the individuals for whom we 
have built. We have been aware for some time that our 
customers were finding it increasingly difficult to find suit- 
able building sites for their custom built homes. We have 
created CLEARVIEW MANOR in hopes that it will help some 
of our customers solve this problem. 


CLEARVIEW MANOR vides a convenient yet secluded 
and exclusive group of lots for the custom built homes of 
discriminating persons who appreciate the many values of « 
distinctive house in a distinctive settng. It is less than two 
miles from Washington with the quietness and beauty usually 
found only in more distant rural areas where there are not 
the conveniences of city water and proximity to shopping, 
schools and churches. 


As an indication of the values available to you in CLEAR- 
VIEW MANOR, we invite you to inspect and compare the 
sample house pictured above, priced at only $31,500 complete 
with lot with equivalent homes in equivalent areas. This 98-ft. 
rambler has such unusual features as: seven beautiful picture 
win ive of which have bays; three Colonial fireplaces, 
one of which is of the barbeque type in the breakfast area; 
built-in General Electric oven and range top, along with an 
11.4 cu. ft. refrigerator freezer and dishwasher, all-in a color 
that blends with custom-built knofty pine cabinets, ceramic 
counter tops and wallpaper of the 9-ft. by 17-ft. kitchen; its 


OPEN 
Saturday and Sunday 
Noon ‘til Dark 


DIRECTIONS: 
from Chain Bridge, out Rte, 123 approximately twe 
miles to “CLEARVIEW MANOR” on lefs 


moder 


iS THE WORD FOR 


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cial 
ALREADY MORE THAN 60 PER CENT SOLD — -— 


14-fe. by 21-ft. family room with pine paneled and brick 
ped me 5 oe toggle wey h is a part of the 1900 aq. 

one level living. Other features include an entrance y= with 
brick planter, a 15-ft. by 22-ft. living room with brick ireplace 
wall and two bay windows; an extra a Ses 

room with bay window; three large twi 

of which has a picture window and large sliding door 

two ceramic tiled baths with colored fixtures, one of which 
serves the master bedroom; a two-car carport with 20 feet of 
walk-in storage closets; heating system sized for future air 
conditioning; accommodations for a large sttic fan 
and spospens use of wallpaper in appropriate places through- 
out the 


We will be glad to sell this lovely Home of 56 to you, but # 
for some reason it does not meet your will 


CL. 61139 CL. 61533 
The development of CLEARVIEW 
MANOR does 


you might select. 


© EXHIBIT HOMES BUILD QUALITY HOMES © EXHIBIT HOMES BUILD QUALITY HOMES e 


. 


of ‘56—yet it also has the timelessness of 
good taste and continued adaptability 
to family living. The first level has 
a huge living room with 
picture window, full separate dining 
room and a kitchen complete in 
every detail. A few steps up are 
two attractive bedrooms and full bath; 
and.on the third level is an 
exceptionally large master bedroom suite 
with bath. This remarkable home 
is most fittingly set in beautiful 
surroundings of natural woods. 


WE WILL BUILD THIS HOME ON 
YOuR LOT 
WH. 6-3967 | 


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National Home Week Ceres Here 


Members of the Home Build- 
ers Association of Metropolitan 
Washington. will turn their at- 
tention today to Natipnal Home! 
Week a. nine-day\ “open house” 
for the ‘industry that is being 


y 
otserved locally from Sept. 15; 
<<. 


through 23. 

With these welcome mats 
added to those of the Homes of 
'56.-now in its. second week, 


the weekend should see one of | 


the largest’ and most compre- 
hensive housing 
effered to area buyers. 


4 list of HBA members and 


Iceat'ons to their model homes - 


{follows 
aidan Construct bedrooms 
; : to 82 
put ie: sachu one ploc 
Wes we 
A tu + 
of Tomest 


Sees gt ‘cor wn 


; 71° ner 
and Fiint 
C truction Co =n.—2 bed 
baths. rambier 5 959 EF : 
“1 penre ae 5400 > 
rd. *wo blocks ‘te “9315 oo 
gar4 Adel ph rd 


exhibits ever ' 


areent rd. riaht free is 6% Som ise t 


olson st. atid our’ Line qut Indjanhe 
rdens,”” tw 7 


right 
Sia t rd. at top of nih 
is at Pintorsection 4 
Jackson ave 


on Chillum mi! 

on Sargent 

sign 
blocks 


Boswell-Miller Construction Co.-—-3 
bedrooms. 2% iobaths. contemporary, 
New HMamoshire ave to 

’ ~ 


ya to 
to Nic 
ie. Oa 
te open house oa left on 
odel House 
Fort rd. and 


1M. Preeman. 


Inc —4 bedroo oome. 3 2 
bathe. pao te, aT levels - 


storey rey turn o 
bela “Prem +) ie} 


bah“ : 
ad. to ies 
‘right on 6th Anwood, right 
4 "Lu nwood to display house. 
Bowling ‘and pare! ner—3 and 4 bed- Temerial to Teleera 
m nd the. split levels, erapnr r to Franconia 
sentelaperartte. £31.500 right to Ridge View Americana Homes| 
9.9 Out Wisconsin save entrance on ieft 
ivd left on presen th 4d. 46 
on right, right on Durbin rd Ken Freeman Corp.—3 ‘to bed - 
pocess 2 paths. contemporary. $234.250 
$42.500 Out fiecons ave rs) 
Ine and edier bivd.. jeft of v te 
and 3 Goldsboro rd rd. to 
to $35 000 Ou wi 
Bred 


Ruan nger & Sons 


t ' iwood rd. to Fagspewees 
o. Wi 5 lan left n dri cht ‘on Tanglewood driv to 
, est! if eld ua : lle nh lg 

Cor D+ 


Geeraert Construc tion 
14 a 


to 
signs to b. ouse 


— sue c onstri uct! on Co ont 

ba’ ‘ lant 

fiers Mi 

mn ers Mill @& continue to et - ook 
oe Or! cans Way to Orlear Park of jeft 

4 4 bedrooms 

Mt. Ver- 


4sten Brothers 
ramoler 


B -we-* Ginetry Construct on Corp.’ Ge 
2 and bedrooms 
€ and a .. 


- 
{Kenwoos Park entrance) 


— ag mr oie. are follew sians to 


Scene 4. Best 


etts 
miles pas 


ms. 2 
esa 


L Ay iM. tren right on are 
ouses 


at 
poe and Newinmten rd. 


Labler oe Ine. 
Dd spat and 3 pate. | 
biers “and it Guise $34.750 fo 
st on Fas 


7.2 
a Richie {en on Sup dale 
=| ee "on Richiand st.. models on 


pe +Nadelman) 


rive, 
right 


‘Les wood—}3 bedrooms, 
aels _— reganiere. 
Out Ne H 


il ra 
left 


paths’ C hit 


u 
extended to Powder |! 
eetbriar parr. 
te exhinit hous 


four 


Mace Properties—3 bed 
Deine "rambiers split hs 
520.000. Out Sh irtey highway 
colnia cloverieat. rient on Route 
Annandale lef} 1 mile on RayeRsworth 

to sample house at Bristow 


Merchesian! and Pat Rett 
Jr 5s. 1 bath 

950 
and-District 
turn ijefL © 

block Or 

‘Barnabes ra. 

a) 

rd - evelopment) 
iWvinasTon HEI HT3 sign 


blocks ro 


1 to “7 
i4 


Wiscon:s 


re. a 

Construction Co-—J nd Hospital to 

i ' contemporary : np lett. lett 2 block: 
5.000. OT - Vernon place and Mercer rd 


Calcara— bed room 


3 bdedreomes 
7.000 to 
Memorial 


$2000 


mile pest “ nm Al thegtet to 
tie ual ce sign on ris , : 
=s - a Sventmetely 


nen ded 


eH". y and Bree 


an beyond _ 
ir miles 
dae"s leer 

& LL. yastruction Corp 


(Route 
hroug 


—J and A 
split Seveis 
000. Out 
rad. (fright 


back over overpass two 


& 
bathe, 
Branch ire 


ci s to di" b 
& -*-4 rd 


thmeae eco Btation to 28th e 
follow sigens to model hom 


Southern Pegjecertag _ © Cc ore — 
m 


A, Perrara oliow signs to model hories 
Paul es Stone 4 hedrooms. 3 bdathe 
split le $35.000 to 842.500 Out 
36t n ' -— ipahur st tur 
r 2040 Tr i 
errace: ne 
Tink 


le Properties bedrooms 


2 arive,. co west ‘ blocks to home 


Tower Construction Co.- 


-3 bedrooms 
to 3 Baths. split. levels . 


$23,700 to 


y 
694.150. Out Colesville rd. % mile past 


“THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Saturday, September 15, 1956 ST 


Ny 


SFOS SClCSC COT STOC CTH COS CSO. 


Y' SAY THEY‘RE 


2,000 - *3,000 


under the 


WASHINGTON MARKET? 


“AMAZING 


Wharwmes 
VILLAGE 


1 Minutes from Penta 


4-BEDROOM HOMES IN WOODBRIDGE, VIRGINIA FROM $12,500 
Only six 4-bedroom, 114 beth Colonials left, at no money 
down. Price $13,330. 


our Corpere to Burnt Mills Manor 
sign on 


entrance al 
Grosvenor lane 


4? overpass 
service road para 
ivision 


a it Cigorzia Clarence w. Goenet., Ine. — 


ont Bo 
ling ‘Brookville Bub- 
t M. Tracy—3 and 4 bedrooms, 2: 
level a and rambiers, $21 $56) 
ner, Colesville rd. or} 
efr intersec- 
itrgient 8 aaa ap- 
eorgia 
arg Bub rban Bane it bus 
le” to subdivision 


Bancroft 
bedroon 


‘ ne —2 
Cape Cod 
990 Out ¢ 


m 
Out Wash- 
nnapo! 
sSbieck to 
5 bedrooms, 1? 
sp! : 
Route 50 to Sp 
fillston Shopping Ce: . 
atrick Henry 4dr sight 
Leesburg. Pike “sod = 
i d biocks 
“or rient i* 
epen dally 9? te 


blocks to sample eues Construction Co.. 
miles past 
in Alexandria 
bus marked 
Terminai in Washington and 
off at Marian Fore 


overs R Carr r Inc.- 3 and 4 bed- 
] ; b 

jeve) 

high 

ra, 


cleat. tu 
cx I 
Bancroft th y 4%. shield ent ran and Mey 


" « ion rs) 
. ~" . . el T ' 
Too ‘ dD a a ind Trop rt : 3 . 
© 


on tem rd rked Colesvi 


'Carroilton. 


7 - 


the ‘ Vinella 


Murehy & Snell. nd 
>) els 


to Rouse. 


homes 


Péemponio & Sons. Ine aie, 
ba : 


a! le and om tian 
bevon vy Ts rfax Hi “eee 
at rn 
} eal na fo : igns 1o 
Mode = Woods oo home . 
miles and right on Valley . 
: ane follow Pomponic ar- ences, Weeeere A Bons. me aa hed- 
© open nous to pnnangal 6 
olfs—3 bedrooms. 2 baths 


‘to "Warren CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING Shopping and bank within 3 
F blocks—2 blocks te Elementary School—bus service to brand 
=e Vets $975 Down 
bo, but “sates i follow arrow signs Sreme D ONS: Prom 


new Garfield School—Rapid trensportetion—Churches nearby. 
$ 350) tw del Home. 
only £3 month 


City Water and Sewer. 
mile to Model 
INCLUDING PRINCIPAL, TAXES, 


OPEN DAILY 9 ’TIL DARK 
one-ball 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 
INTEREST AND INSURANCE 


nt on Gor 


oley & rie 
' “2 > Bi Bs Park and 


oor + be 
eve $30.000 
joetia ave e. id 
West mor eland rcle 
on Cromwel, Crive! 


rn ne 2 . 
® #£8355.000 saank 
tende | 3 fet 
inte 
- 


to Hybdia Valley Alrpor' 4 Hee Henry J 
7 C ra 


voir 
von as James 
inow closed ae Ce 


Fred G. Behm 
ontemporary 


hed ‘rooms 


3 bedrooms 


a si bouthern ave Jus: ‘ine ’ ode! ed 
: rner 0 ’ ’ . _ 
1s Wetier ra fr. out Sh ral wa ‘iui, Nothing to Wear Out 
nd 4 A dary y on PP. 

miles 
of a P. be t 

: ' ura | to M 
follow Fernw 

the project Rose ge 


er ra 
and ‘hou se at 


‘ 
; lopment Co — 

‘and two blocks to 4921 , ary = ba we” |: 
23.500 


The miracle of “frost from a 
flame,” as produced in a gas 
refrigerator, affords a special 
y advantage in economy and long 
; life. There are no moving parts 
to wear out. Only a small flame 
is needed, and so fuel costs are 
moderate. 


14th St Briére out Ghiriey Hichwaer 
rieht on Rou 123. approximately 
® RANGE © WASHER ©@ REFRIGERATOR 
@ 82-GALLON HOT-WATER HEATER 
built by THE WOODBRIDGE DEVELOP. 
SALES by 
Woodbridge, Va. 
—_____ _ 


Crestwood Constr Development Corp —3 bed: 


action Corp 


ne ward | Feu nty Pere] 7" ent Core — 
; ‘ and 


Cco., INC, 


sot {len E Turner.Cor 


GYpsy 4-1822 


ran 
® Rose ir "Perms = right. 


t rt 
® proper e beds 
end spii 

Out Shirley 


O 
Colesville! 

orat ’ 0 at ) ur ight te new rooms 
Corporation fir. : Route 29 vels. 824 
view Estates on) 


Randel h D. nouse— -3. 4 and 
, ba ramdiers 
000 to 830.000. 


rent rere. - : 
Broyoers edrooms Empire Engineering 
: | 


right on N. Jackson s 


6% : D r mt picnic I ’ Isen—3 bedroom 

~~~ t as to sian. Vernon Vi . 2s bath moler and split level. $27 
tur ight tw cks t mode! re ' 2 000 New Ramee re 
. . $4999 A & Ww Transit fron ve to Wi sweet driv eft one diock! 
North phn ee ave . on Beddington | 
we cons Or ut 
cont see right 
house. ~~ 
‘ 


(Custom Rp 
more baths 


several! 
from ample house 
Inc *," ope 4 bed- | 
3 hedroome +> 
ar 4 ley 
‘ew ‘Hamosh: re 
, hand 


pike) 
= to right 


and sud 


a~-or ee 
< 


yiesvillw Ff i Roate 20 Nor : 
00 Bleck of Colesville rd 
ision 


and 4 

ramb ers 
71.000 to 824.950 
V heaton Ma. 


“to «? 
Roswel!l-Miller ne B Eate 
ms 1? pa $i4.° . 


oF 


Brid ge son n 
‘ 


S400 Bown 


Te Vet or Military Service 


TOWN OF FAIRFAX 


“WHERE EVERY DAY IS A HOLIDAY” 
A Large Home With More Living Area 


3 BEDROOMS—I'2 BATHS 


Ist, 2nd & 3rd SECTIONS SOLD OUT, 4th SECTION NOW AVAILABLE 


Several Homes Now Ready For Immediate Occupancy 


FEATURES * POWDER ROOM on first floor *@ FULL light end dry basement with 
outside entrance—easily converted into daylight recreation room © TRANSPORT A- 
TION AT YOUR DOOR © Close to shopping, schools, Shirley Highwey © Unusually 
large lots © Solid masonry construction, brick gables. With plenty of extras, such as, 
garbage disposal, installed TV outlet, paved driveway for re parking and space 
jor your own garden. 


NO DOWN PAYMENT TO VETERANS 


os” $14,200 


‘87 A Month Including Principal, Interest, Taxes and Insurance 


$15,400 GI APPROVED 
154 Ann Place, Fairview 
Three-bedroom brick rambler three years old. Living room with fireplace. 


Full basement with outside entrance. Oil heat. All electric kitchen. Level 
lot, partly fenced. 
Open Saturday and Sunday I vet ¢. 


Shirley Hwy. to Lincolnta overpass. bear right to 
to Fairview, right to Terry St., left to Ann Place, 


MAC LINDSEY 


DIRECTIONS: Out 
through Annandcie 


fourin 


ve on Rt. i386 


right to open sign. 


JA. 7-2211 CR. 


3-1962 


Approx. $87.97 per me. 
incl. Interest, principal, 
texes end Insurance on 30- 
yr. Gt Terms, 


Located on Corner of Wheeler Rd. and Southern Ave. S.E. 


Featuring 


Surburban living in the District (on D.C.-Md, Line) 
Overized first floor powder room 

Large living room 

Ultra-medern kitchen with 11.2 Westinghouse 
refrigerator and garbage disposal 

Daylight basement with outside entrance 

Private concrete driveways 

3 huge bedrooms 
Convenient te schools and shopping center 

Lower District tax rate 


 Gasaer Seitndey sei india adi ‘til dark 
W. M. DORA COMPANY 


x 4 ’ : ; J 
“ $ ‘ 
— 


ponwe ateen eae Newly Furnished Sample Hose, 400 Black Duk Steet Exended Kl: 9-4704 


°, s ) 7 Ae , ew 


7 


en A tn om te hibit _— 


BUILT BY ~ BANKS * og LEE — 
SALES Art Post ne 8-6620 


817 &. Washington St., Alexandria, Va. 


DIRECTIONS: 


Out Shirley Highway to Duke Street (Route No, 

236), turn left approximately 124 miles to 

sign on right and “Open House.” OR, from 

eee nee a ee eae See 
and Sign on left. 


* 


Tae WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERA | | Voter’s Guide. 


Saturday, September 15, 1956 — ‘ Pete 
: bit || Connecticut Limits 
Utility Head Criticized |e | Absentee Balloti 
’ ~* , re “, (One of a series.) le 
| : — Absentee voting is allowed in. 
QO | an on eac QO} _— Connecticut but only members) 
: ; ony of the /rmed Forces and their) 
y ' dependents may register by 
agen Press would have the people of Mich-'and give Michigan companies ; ; , — , 4 , ’ : 
Sen. Pat McNamara (D-Mich.) igan believe,” McNamara said a leading role. ‘ee a per sake ahad wntes BS: 
said yesterday that Walker L. in a letter to Cisler. “What I object to, however, > : a > \four years. Registration dates| Ex 
Cisler, president of the Detroit’ Cisier also heads the Power is the sanctimonious approach . ~ FH vary in towns, but statewide 
Edison Co., has tried ‘er oo Reactor Development Co., you are making to the public. | # ae dates are Sept. 29 and Oct. 13. 7 re 6 
aged gi crenened aod which has received a condi- You attempt to put across the “ Saeed te ooo —— ” Te é- Br need aH 6 — a “ ee ae 
Mich.. atomic power reactor, tional permit to build the con- etion that this work can be Connecticut will elect a Unit- IM Sen Oe eee 724 Whittier St., N.W 
He accused Cisler of using troversial power plant. done by private enterprise) ed States Senator, six U. 8. Rep- ' Open Sundey, Il ’ttt dark 


“a smokescreen of fictional) McNamara said the issue is ¥'*hout a dollar of the taxpay-) Stal Phote lresentatives, 315 members of Crash Kills Marine This home will appeal to’the most cautious buyer. 


partisan politics” to block the not one of public vs. private °TS money being involved; you) a its state Legislature. JACKSONVILLE, N. C. large living room with fireplace, separate family dining 
safety questions power. He said he would be “Nderplay the safety question) Combining Talents Further callermetion may bej14 aug cakeas oe Se muchas 06 2 bedtoome sad bath all 08 Siem floor. 
“The discussion of safety is “more than happy” if private #4 you charge that any inter Mi Theophil K hols |Odtained from Mrs. Clarence E. ow "| =the second floor there are 3 bedrooms and bath. Pull 
no idle talk and life and death enterprise could do the job in ference or questioning of your) Mrs. eop amm Fisher, chairman’ of the voters’ rine was killed near here today ment, has recreation room with bar, washer and dryer and 2 
certainly is not ‘politics’ as you'the peacetime use of the atom rig politics,“ the Sen-| (left) and Jeanne Sweetiand | oevice of the D. C. League of|when his car skidded off aroad| “* 6.1. approved $22,350-—Low Down Payment 
ia cccscntesss| MeNemara said the Atomic) 2&t ‘el heads together as \Women Voters, lobby of the|shoulder. Two companions were! Directions Georpie Ave, to Whitin t ton me open bouse. 
ener Co ieoten's of sen they solicite by telephone for (Star Building, 11th and Penn-linjured. The dead man was n 
loners ons aGvisorY! National Symphony sub- |sylvania ave. nw., telephonelidentifed as Cpl. Charles An- BAINUM ESTATE 
LOOK FOR THE HOMES OF 1956 |committee, om reactor safe DI. 7-4510 JU. &- 
guards refused to guarantee! scriptions, The substription . _ thony Coarse, 21, of Stratford, | . ‘ 
the safety of the reactor, a| drive is just getting under- SUNDAY—Delaware. Conn. al 
with inew version of an experimen-| way. ER 
ital unit which went out of con- 


HEATING and A I R C 0 N D i T i 0 N IN G Pe eatin was replying to a 


‘letter in which Cisler said he 


b hoped McNamara would agree Ag }} h 
8 that the matter “should not be- As Mother Hangs Was 


» : ~~ - * - 
come involved in politics.” PHOENIX, Ariz. Sept. 14 _— \ ip as 
G E N E p A L F LE C T R | C w—Three small children died p Sg ee eh "Chin a 
Libya Pardons Prisoners today in a fire that enveloped} ae a . | . ae 
Reuters the three-room house in which J ; 


TRIPOLI, Libya, Sept. 14 they lived. Ther mother was i Sage: Tee 
HH Several hundreds of Libyan outside hanging up clothes. | + hat ~“. & im come true! 
prisoners received pardons or Firemen and police said oe ‘fore | 


3 Boys Die in Blaze 


ti t tod 
BRICK & BUILDING SUPPLY Co. nase all aiieieehiae nikon flames at the only door for: — ; 
1355 conta Conditioning Division the 100th anniversary of the the dwelling barred the moth-, 4 4 ee a Near The Fabulous New 
EE HIGHWAY, ROSSLYN, VA. Senussi religious sect. The er’s rescue attempts, The dead me ae 
: ‘ sect, headed by King Idris, of .... wartin 4 said 2. and — . Seven Corners Shopping 
Libya, seeks to recapture the 2 Bis ° a 
simplicity of early Islam as ‘land, 1, sons of Mr. and Mre. , “ Center 
}}taught by the Koran. |Manuel Sabort. > 


Council Ready to Act 


On Delinquency Center 


Plans to set up a youth re-'on research than actual treat 
search center here for devising ment. 
pain nl yn 3 age we lherg meeting is scheduled for 10:30) 
hud, ill be taken up Thursday * ™. at the District Building. 
by the Commissioners Youth A committee of six District 
Council. governmenf department heads 

The plans have been in the aided in the final preparation 
‘making for the past 12 months of the plans that are coming ur 
by the Council’s advisory com- for Council action. 
mittee, headed by Dr. Addison| The plans call for a special 
M. Duval, assistant superin-' agencf, outside the District's 
tendent of St. Elizabeths Hos- budget, to gen _—_ + ed 7 | : 
pital. ing a social worker, Clinica 

The proposed setup is de. psychologist, sociologist, psy- (VIRGINIA) 
signed to discover and Felp chil-' chiagrist and other representa- 
dren who show early signs of tives in the field of children’s 
becoming delinquents, the so- problems. 
called pre-delinquents whose The proposed agerty would 
troubles are not serious enoug! try to grey —— of pub . y lot batt 
to hail them into Juvenile|lic and private agencies con 4 acre lots... latest hea system | 
}Court. Emphasis of the pro-cerned with handling youth - ng sys for future air conditioning 
}}posed program would be more| problems re. & 


NEAR N.I.H. AND NAVAL HOSPITAL 


Priced in the 20s 
OWNER SAYS SELL 


al : 
5714 Kingswood Road, Bethesda 


This corner rambler is beautifully landscaped and ideally planned. 
it contains large living roem with dining ell; ultra modera 
kitchen with breakfast nook; 3 bedrooms and 2 baths; large 
family room with barbecue built in; large utility room: and. 
double, oversize garage. Close te public and parochial schools. 


Open Sat. & Sun., Weekdays by Appointment 


DIRECTIONS: From Bank of, Bethesda out Old Georectown Rd, 3 Blocks 
past mew Catholic Church to Kingswood Rd. turn right te property 


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DIRECTIONS: Out Georgia Ave- 
nue to Dale Drive, right to 
Crosby Road, left to Pin Oak 
Drive and Sample Home, or out 
16th Street to Colesville Road; 
right to Dale Drive, left to 
Crosby Road, my to Pin Oak 
Drive and Sample Home. 


‘ é ; 
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Big Bidg. © 8641 Colesville Rd. 
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WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


THE 
_ Saturday, September 15, 1956 >) 


The Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Washington, the only home builders’ 
organization in this area affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders, 
extends a cordial invitation to families throughout the area to visit the exciting new 
Model Homes to be exhibited for the very first time during 


a 


National Home Week 


Saturday, Sept. 15 Thru Sunday, Sept. 23 


NATIONAL HOME WEEK is the time to catch up with the latest trends In home design 
and home building. . 


Get your Lucky Key at each model home you visit and write your name in the guest register. You may 


WIN a 4-day all-expense trip for 2 
ro Miami's Fabulous Fontainebleu Hotel 


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NEW MODEL HOMSGS throughout the area will open for your inspection in every size 


and design .. . featuring the latest trends in modern 
housing. 


You are Invited te 


School for 


Home Buyers 
at the 
National Housing Center 


1625 L Street N.W. 
FREE ADMISSION 


Sept. 17th 
Financing and Settlement 


NATIONAL HOME WEEK is being sponsored here 
by the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan 
Washington. The association is 82 years old and the 
fourth largest builders’ group in the country. Nearly 
80 per cent of the homes constructed in Metropolitan 
Washington during the past 32 years were con- 
structed by the association. 


Sign the guest book at each model home you visit and get your 

Lucky Key which is numbered on the back. Holder of the winning 
number will be notified by Registered Mail. Round trip via 

first class airline transportation, corsage for lady upon departure, 4-day 
stay with special menu and cocktails at Fontainebleu, Roney Plaza 
or equally deluxe Miami Beach Hotel. 
Special program of entertain- 

ment will include choice of sight- 
seeing trips, deep-sea fishing 


WHENEVER YOU SEE the Buy With Confidence Key 
hanging on the doorknob of a Model Home, you can 
be sure it is a home of quality. It is the exclusive 


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Aldon Construction Co. 

3 bedréoms, 2% baths, split 
lével, $24,500 to $27,950. Out 
Massachusetts Avenue, one 
bleck beyond Westmoreland 
Circle to Jamestown Koad, 
turn right on Jamestown 
Road to exhibit house at cor- 
ner of Jamestown Road and 
Flint Road. 


Argyle Construction Co. 

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, ram- 
bler, $16,950. Out New Hamp- 
shire Avenue to 9400 block, 
right on Adelphi Road two 
blocks to 9315 and 9317 Adel- 
phi Road. 


Aubinoe Construction Ce. 
3 and’4 bedrooms, 2% baths, 
contemporary ramblers and 


split levels, $25,000. Out Old | 


Georgetown Road, 34 miles 


past the Bank of Bethesda | 
en- | 
trance at Old Georgetown | 


to Wildwood Manor; 


Road and Grosvenor Lane. 


Bancroft Construction Co. 

3 and 4 bedrooms, 2 and 2% 
baths, split level, Cape Cod 
and Rambler, $16,500 to $18,- 
990. Out Connecticut Avenue 
through Kensington to New- 
port Mill Road, turn left. 
Follow signs to Dewey Road, 
turn right on Dewey Road 
two blocks to sample house. 


Bancroft Construction Co. 

4 bedrooms, 2% baths, Cape 
Cods, splits and ramblers, 
$23,390 to $27,390. Out Old 
Georgetown Road 2% miles 
from Wisconsin Avenue 
(Bank of Bethesda Corner) 
just past Ryland Drive to 
Ashburton Community en- 
trance on left. 


Banks & Lee, Inc. 

3 bedrooms, 1% baths, semi- 
detached, $14,200. Out Duke 
Street going South from cen- 
ter of Alexandria to South 
French Street. Project is on 
Duke Street (left side). Bus: 
A. B. & W. Bus “Cameron 
Depot” to Duke and South 
French Streets. 


Banks & Lee, inc. 
3 bedrooms 1% baths, ram- 


blers, $14,835 to $16,250. Out 
U. 8. No. 1 South to site of 


‘Alexandria. Bus: A. B. & W. 


“Fort: Belvoir” Bus to Hybla 
Valley Airport (now closed). 


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Bernstein Brothers 

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, ram- 
blers, $25,950 to $26,950. Out 
Memorial Bridge to Arling- 
ton Bivd., follow Arlington 
Bivd. to N. Jackson Street, 
turn right on N. Jackson 
Street. 


R. H. Best, Inc. (Custom Builders) 
2 to 6 bedrooms, 2 or more 
baths, ramblers, split levels, 
and two story, $4,999 to $80.- 
000. Out North Wisconsin 
Avenue through Bethesda. 
Wisconsin Aventtie becomes 
Rockville Pike, continue 
several miles to display 
house, across from Elisinger 
Lumber Co. 


Edward A. Blick, Inc. 


VISIT THESE MODEL 


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3 bedrooms, 2% baths, ram- | 


blers and split levels, $24,- 
950 to $29,500. Out New 


Hampshire Avenue or Geor- | 


gia Avenue or 16th Street to 
Colesville Road (Route 29 
North) and to 12500 block 
of Colesville Road and sub- 
division. 


Boswell-Miller Construction Co. 
3 bedrooms, 1% baths, ram- 
bler, $18,100. Out Michigan 
Avenue to Chillum Road, left 
on Chillum Road to Sargent 
Road, right on Sargent Road 
to-Nicholson Street and our 
sign, “La Salle Gardens.” 
Right two blocks to open 
house. 


Boswell-Miller Construction Co. 


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3 bedrooms, 2% baths, con- | 
temporary, $23,950. Out New | 


Hampshire Ave. to Ray Road, 
right on Ray Road to 8th 
Ave., left on 8th Ave. one 
block to Linwood Street, 
right to the house. Or, out 
Riggs Road to Ray Road, left 
on Ray Road to 8th Ave., 


right on 8th Ave. to Linwood, | 
right on Linwood to display 


house. 


Bowling & Gardiner 


3 and 4 bedrooms, 2% and 3 


baths, split levels, Colonials 


| and contemporaries, $31,500 
to $39,950. 
| Avenue to Bradley Boule- 


Out Wisconsin 


vard, left on Bradley Bivd. 
to Durbin Road on right, 
homes, 


L. & Breuninger & Sons, Inc. 

3 and 4 bedrooms,*2 and 3 
baths, contemporary, $25,000 
to $35,000. Out Wisconsin 


vard to Wilson Lane, left on 
Wilson Lane to Westfield 
Drive and follow open signs 
to house. 


right on Flanders Avenue to 


Orleans Way, left on Orleans 
Way to Orleans Court. 


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3 and 4 bedrooms, 1 and 2 
baths, Cape Cod and lit 
level, $14,500 to $18,000. t 
Wisconsin Ave, apprpximate- 
ly 6 miles past Naval Hospi- 


, tal to Hungerford Town on 


left, left 2 blocks to Mt. 
Vernon Place and Mercer 
Road. 


Frank Calcara 

3 bedrooms, 14% baths, Colo 
nial, $19,000. Out Georgia 
Avenue extended to 

Mill, left on Viers Mill to 
Connecticut Avenue, right 
on Connecticut Avenue to 
Jeffry Street, left on Jeffry 
Street 2 blocks to sample 
house. 


Edward R. Carr, Inc. 


3 and 4 bedrooms, 1, 142, and 
2 baths, ramblers and split 


levels, $16,800 to $19,360. Out | 
Shirley Highway to Spring- | 


field cloverieaf, turn right to 
Back Lick Road, then right 


on Back Lick Road one mile | 


to North Springfield en- 
trance on left. 


Henry J. Connor, inc. 

4 bedrooms, 2 baths, Cape 
Cod and Colonial, $19,950 to 
$22,000. Out Old Georgetown 
Road 2 miles from Bank of 
Bethesda to Wyngate Drive, 
left one-half block. 


and split level, $12,990 to 
$18,000. Out New York Ave- 
nue to new Expressway to 
Baltimore. Get off at Green- 
belt cloverleaf exit and fol- 
low it 100 yards to Model 
Homes Plaza. 


Ww. Oo. Cooley Sons 

3 bedrooms, 2% baths, split 
level, $30,000 to $35,000. Out 
Massachusetts Avenue ex- 
tended 13 miles beyond 


Cromwell Drive. Right on 
Cromwell Drive one 
ta. house. 


| Coope Construction Co. 


1% baths, ram- 


3 bedrooms, 
bler, $14,814. Out 14th Street - 
Bridge 


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Miami's famous night clubs. 


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3 and 4 bedrooms, 2% apd 3 
baths, comtemporary lit 
levels, $21,950 to $26,000. 

through Alexandria and con- 
tinue on Mt. Vernon High- 
way 6% miles past Fort 
Hunt picnie grounds to sign, 
Vernon View, Route 629. 
Turn right, two blocks to 
model homes.. Bus: A.B.&W. 
Transit Co. from 12th and 


Pennsylvania Avenue right | 


past homes. 


Julivs Fleischman 

3 bedrooms, 2% baths, split 
level, $22,950. Out Pennsyl- 
vania Avenue S.E. to Branch. 
Avenue, right on Branch 
Avenue, % mile past D. C. 


line to Fleischman’'s Village | 


on left, or drive over South 
Capitol 
continue on Suitland Park- 


way to Branch Avenue, right | 


on Branch Avenue % mile to | yarian Forest. 


Fleischman’s Village. 
Fort Washington Forest Corp. 


3 bedrooms, 1% baths, colo | 
nial and modern ramblers, | 


$14,950. Out South Capitol St. 
Bridge, continue to District 
line, subdivision is 6% miles 
from District line out Indian 
Head Highway (1 mile past 
Super Chief Drive-in Thea- 
tre), turn left on Old Fort 
Road at top of hill. Model 
House is at intersection of 
Old Fort Road and Jackson 
Avenue. 
Carl M. Freeman, Inc. 
4 bedrooms, 2 baths, Con- 
temporary split levels, ram- 
blers, $15,990 to $17,950. Out 
14th Street Bridge to Shir- 
Highway, 
Springfield-Franconia Clov- 
erleaf, left over bridge on 
Franconia Road 3.9 miles to 
Ridge 


left on 
and then 


Telegraph Road, 
Telegraph Road 


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Westmoreland Circle to. 


cana Homes entrance on left. 


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Street Bridge and | 


turn off at | 


View Americana | 
| Homes or, 14th Street Bridge | 
out U. S. No. 1, right on | 
Duke Street in Alexandria, | 
past Masonic Memorial to | 
detached, 


symbol of members of the Home Builders Associa- 
It is your solid assurance of sound, construc- 
tion, good design and outstanding value. 
it on your tour of inspection. 


every price range. 


tion. 


LOW is a listing of new Model Homes being in- 
troduced especially for National Home Week. They 
are located in every section of the area and embrace 
The more of them you visit, the 
better able you will be to make up your mind as to 
the best type of home and best buy for you and 


your family. 


Goldsten Brothers 
3 and 4 


bedrooms, 1 bath, 
ramblers, $13,750. Out Mt 
V Memorial 


ernon 

str t through Alexandria. 
Teen rahe at traffie light at 
Franklin Street and con 
tinue South on U. S. Route 
No.* 1 (Richmond Highway) 
one mile past “Open Air” 
theatre to Fairfield Qually- 
Tee sign on right. 


Clarence W. Gosnell, Inc. 

3 and 4 bedrooms, 2 to 4 
baths, split level? ramblers, 
contemporary and Colonial, 
$23,000 to $40,000. Out Mt. 
Vernon Parkway past the air 
ort and through Alexan- 
dria, Westgrove is on right 
just two miles past the Hunt- 


ing Towers traffic light in | 
| 3 and 4 bedrooms, 2 and 3 
split | 
levels, $21,000 to $24,950. Out | 


Alexandria. Bus: take A. B. 


& W. bus marked Mt. Ver- | 


non at 12th St. terminal in 
Washington and get off at 


3 to 5 bedrooms, 2% to 4 
baths, ramblers and split 
level, $29,000 to $40,000. Out 
Memorial Bridge, bear right 
and follow parkway along 
river's edge, under Key 
Bridge and continue on Park- 
way to Lorcom Lane, right 
on Lorcom Lartie to (3700 
block) Nellie Custis Drive, 
right: on Nellie Custis Drive 
for six blocks to N. Military 
road to 3521 N. Military—Rd. 


Frank L. Hewitt, Jr. 

3 and 4 bedrooms, 2 ahd 2% 
baths, ramblers, Cape Cods 
and split levels, $20,750 to 
$23,500. Out New Route No. 
29 to Johns Hopkins Labora- 


tory entrance. Turn right on | 
% - mile to | 3 
Hammond Park and exhibit | 


Gorman ‘Rd. 


house. . 


James A. Hewitt Properties 
Management Corp. (Sponsor) 
3 bedrooms, 1% baths, semi- 
Nichols Ave. to Alabama 
Avenue, Jeft to Wheeler 


Road, and right to Southern 
Avenue and house at 4314 


Road right into the project. | 7. Maryland-District 


Heward County Development 
3 and 4 bedrooms, 1%, 2, and 


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David & Milton lsen 


Babbington one block 
sample house. Or out Coles- 
ville Road to Arrington 
Drive, right on Arrington to 
sample house. 


Jesse Johnson, inc. 

3 and 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 
split level, ramblers, $16,000 
to $20,000. Out Columbia 
Pike to Annandale, right on 
route 236 (Little River Turn- 
pike) 3.4 miles to “West- 
chester” on right hand side 
of road. : 


Kay Construction Co. 


baths, ramblers and 
Georgia Avenue to Wheaton, 
Maryland; turn right on Ar- 
cola Avenue; follow signs to 
Kemp Mill Estates. 

Kettler Bros., Inc. 

4 bedrooms, 2 baths, colonial, 
$34,500 to $38,000. Gu 
chusetts Avenue extended, 
approximately 1% miles past 
D. C. line, right on Cromwell 
Drive to Merengo, right on 
Merengo Road two bloeks to 
houses at Kirkwood and 
Newington Rd. 

Lenier Homes, inc. 

(Elias Nadelman) 

3, 4 or 5 bedrooms, 2% and 
3 baths, ramblers and split 
levels, $24,750 to $27,250. Out 
16th -St.. left on East- 
West Highway, right on Sun- 
dale Drive, left on Richland 


| Street, models on right. 
Lockwood 


Warren M. ¥ 
3 baths, split 
S00 


shire Avenue Extended to 
Powder Mill Rd. turn right to 
Sweetbriar Parkway, left four 


_ blocks to exhibit house. 
$14,700. Out iM > 


3 bedrooms, 1 to 2% baths, 


| ramblers, split levels, $14,000 


| 3 bedrooms, 
| blers and split levels, $15, 
| 000 to $17,950. Out Shirley 


Look for 


What to 


Various Types of Architecture 
@pitable for This Area 


Provision of the Government 
Guaranteed and Conventional 


All 


Ne edvance registration requ 
ny or al) sessions es 
uyers Assoc. of Metropolitan 


Charges 


Sept. 20th 
Look For in Sound 
Construction 


Sept. 24th 


Sept. 27th 


Housing Programs. 
Sessions ot & P.M. 


gvueste 


- Baltimore Park- 
way to Riverdale Rd., left on 
Riverdale Road tb Annapolis 
Road, left on Annapolis Road 
% block to Carroliton. 


Murphy & Snell 

3 bedrooms, 1% and 2% 
baths, ramblers and split 
levels, $22,500 to $24,950. Out 
Route 50 to traffic light at 
Williston Shopping Center; 
left on Patrick Henry Drive 
2 blocks, right on Leesburg 
Pike 500 yards, left on Castle 
Road 2 blocks to Nicholson, 
then either left or right to 
furnished model homes open 
daily 9 to dark. 


M. Pomponie & Sens, Inc. 

3 bedrooms, 2% baths, split 
levels, $22,600 to $24,950. Out 
Arlington Boulevard (Rt. 50) 
to Seven Corners: Three- 
fourths around Circle and 
right on Sleepy Hollow 
Road, approximately 2 miles 
and right on Valley Brook 
Drive and follow Pomponio 
arrows to open house. 


Heary J. Rolfs 

3 bedr 2 baths, rambler 
with daylight basement, $23,- 
950 to $28,950. Out Columbia 
Pike to Gallows Road, right 
on Gallows Road to Justine 
Drive. Model house located 
at corner of Justine Drive 
and Gallows Rd. OR, out 
Shirley Highway to Lincoln- 
ia Overpass, right on 236 for 
3 milés to Annandale, right 
on Columbia Pike to Gallows 
Road, left on Gallows Road 
to Model House. 


Rese Hill Development Corp. 
2 baths, ram- 


Highway to Springfield cut- 
off. Left over 


one-half miles to Rose Hill 
Farms on right. 


"| Randolph D. Rouse 


3 bedrooms, 1 bath, ler 
$16,950. Out South Capitol St. 


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3, 4 and 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 


HOMES DURING NATIONAL HOME WEEK, SEPT. 15 thru 23- 
: Rncice Responding Gexpentien 


Street, turn left to 
‘Terrace, 2040 Trumbull 
face N.W. 


Tinkle Properties a 
3 to 5 bedrooms, 2 to 3 
contemporary ramblers, 

500. Out 14th Street 

take Shirley Memorial 

way to State Route 7; 

on 7 two miles 

Balleys ‘Crossroads 
“Aura Heights Homes” 


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“Annandale; 
debark at corner of Vista 
Drive and Glen Carl 
Drive, go west 3 blocks 
homes. 


Tower Construction Ce. oa 
3 bedrooms, 2% to 3 

split levels, $23,700 to 

150. Out Colesville 


3 bedrooms, 2% 

levels and ramblers, 
Out Colesville 
12500 block at sign 
brook Terrace,” turn 
house, or out New 

+ at be xveaes N.W. 
“Springbroo errace, 
turn right to house. 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
60 Saturday, September 15, 1956 


Half-Acre Lots Scored for Golf View Homes 


First Homes of 56 visitors to Golf View Homes in Vir- 
ginia were impr ssed with the half-acre lots and the 
wooded setting that faces the Westbriar Country Club. 
Thev also liked the house, sketched above, that contains 


four bedrooms, two full baths, a 25-foot living room, 


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Custom-built rambles. Bath and half, rec. room, 3 large bed- 
rooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and back porch. 75x133 
let. Prices: $18,900 and $18,500. Rent with option te buy. 


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eetville, rig n Leona, icit 


Paine Protects Investment Roof Inspection Time 


Your house probably represents the biggest lifetime tn- Both tin and galvanized iron roofs can fall victim to rust. It’s 


separate dining room, bay window kitchen and finished 
recreation room. For sale by Culmore Realty Co. the 
style home is priced at $21,995 and GI 30-year loan 
financing is available. Model home is furnished and 


decorated 


Houst ne Trend. V eers 


To High-Pr 


By Hugh 
Internetions! 

The low to moderate priced! 
new home is going the way of 
the old gray mare. 

This relatively new trend 
has become increasingly clear 
in the past 12 months although 
the tight mortgage market 
which forced a drop in the 
number of housing starts has 
been only a contributing fac 
tor 


vestment you will ever make. Protect that investment—and of great impoftance to: your pocketbook to have your roof 
at the same time add beauty to your neighborhood—by keep- carefully inspected—once a year, at least—and to have a new 
ing it well paintedwith good quality ot os see as soon as =e need for it sppems. 


ye HRB SILVER SF 


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iced Homes 


L. Morris | ‘ 
News Service ) an 
At the same time, the Na- 
tional Association of Home 
Builders is putting pressure on 
its members to build more 
average-priced homes. ’ Another Parkway 


A recent NAHB survey of %: , . er 
its members pointed up the new : Luxury Touch! ge * re ; 


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in construction of new houses 


trend. It showed a 30 per cent . | 7 iT 
decline since the previous yeat GENERAL @ELECTRIC BEST BY COMPARISON THE LU 


i hetti 
Louis Sac ett Other major reasons are the valued gt $10,000 or less and 
increasing costs of land and er cent jump in the 7 COLOR 
REdwood 5-6332 construction and the generally numoe f those worth $15,- 
higher standard of living * mor | 
Like all changes in social pat The builders gave as their: 


terns, the shift is expected to reasons the higher costs and Pork teot the only bh | 
be gradual and. at times. in the difficulty in finding buyers . COMPARE THE COMMUNITY of enh mary ta the desirable 
LOOK FOR THE HOMES OF 1956 consistent. Its beginning appar- who could qualify as good yit-in Oven end restndimcop Pree 

ently dates from the revival of credit risks for the limited ; Ae Surface Ur COMPARE THE CONVENIENCE ao Catnd ehusben Weenee, 


. ° ' ' ‘ ‘ . : 7375 — tor hendy te schools, churches, thep 
with the national economy in the amount of , money going into |’ Se tand rd rigers -~! on “d ping centers, country clubs end porks—yet just minutes ewey from down 
autumn of 1954 new home construction. Sard Uprig r town D.C ’ 


re , De uxe Refrigerators ' Pork h ad their fully’ 
‘ he passing of massive pro} 1 Government economist er ' COMPARE THE EXTRA 1Z net noe A go 4 ¥ 
HEATING and A I R C ON D I T I 0 N N S ecis wilh monote nous cracker- pointed out a third cause of GE Disposalls : ) . . gt ge og hy? ay 


GE Automatic Dishwashers evs in size te give growing fomilies plenty of room now end in years te 


harre! constructed houses will the . iif — trading up under . C} alien of Stunning new come Minimum size let hes 75-foot rontoge. 


by not be mourned in man oes pnt = oe rte 8 per GE Mix or Match Colors COMPARE LUXURY FEATURES a ee ee “3 
ircies . firepleces, glomerous baths, oversize closets 


— és i . “a f , ' , sun terraces and meny © 95 
As en isioned by some econ can and wW ill remedy itself LO Le aT luaury extras in feotures ond quality construction. Fully plastered walls « 


| | omists, families in the market but other factors will hold : Beautiful foyer entrance. 
G r N a 4 A [ , F LE C T D | + l fer} . to moderate svleed new Prices up. He referred in par- OTHER RAMBLERS 
ouses will put their money ticular to a 20 per cent increase AND SPLIT-LEVELS 


. . : | At UTTLE as 
into good second-hand homes in one year in land and develop- from NEW SECTION NOW OPEN 
} traded in by others moving up Mcnt costs and to new zoning 
; to better residences ordinal ices whic h are boosting $ , ag 
of Real Estate Boards points nN 30, he added, “cheap houses) * eee | Nancing — ventional iiieos i Seas 2 Ligh, rn 


Heating-Air Conditioning Division home prices holding steady and homes now, explained the econ-| Hg 


ERED aes LEE vous zhabd puscreahine VA, mortgage money unavailable on omist, have more money than ‘af 7 . 7 | 
mes come be coe siterd. __ Oey (04 Magee ‘ clicul. rleenueg Hach, ¢ ine. & SND 


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out that the “little man” is in just don't sell anymore.’ | | 
BRICK & BUILDING SUPPLY Co, a pinch right now with old- People in the market for/ge Fs LOekwood 5-4000 OPEN ‘NOON TILL DARK a is 


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40 FOOT BRICK RAMBLER 


3 BEDROOMS e 2 FULL BATHS 


‘2 uburban 

re! reat anew — in BIG 
pe a home value! Strategically located 
0" on Washington's newest mel important 
highway ... the beautiful Washington-Baltimore > " 

Parkway takes you safely, smoothly 
and comfortably to Green Valley 
in only 12 minutes. 


OPEN SATURDAY, 

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Boating il . | : od SR | a Pig ~ ae a ‘ “A > We oe A vi . and DAILY 
Fishing available . ie | i er 0 A.M, ‘TIL DARK 
te all Green Valley ; 
Home Buyers at 
adjoining Green- | 
belt Leke and mele ge a a 4 BREN GE we: pn Ge BERS a et -. 
swimming ot the “? ae we jie - - r ‘ . tae? - pm, 2 ‘isa amas " ; tt an) tie ee ares 
Community pool. : at? - 


$14,990 
SPLIT LEVEL Feeturing: 3 bedrooms living reem dining reom 
with picture window, equipped kitchen . . erea for recreation 
reom enc utility room 
ADDE > Leet > Hordwood fleors—40-gollon hot water heoter 
ouminum siding wir ndow with screens-—screen doeors—con- 
crete off street parking—'« ecre wooded lots landscaped with 
lovely shrubs, sodded ond seeded-—ful!l choice of interior eolors 
oft city utilities, powed streets, avrbs, gutters, sidewalks 


Other 3-Bedroom, Full $13 990 | $ ’ 
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VETS—2% On.—30-¥r. 340% Leens Subject te VA Appresel ’ | | : g 


Model Homes Decorated and Furnished by-The HECHT CO. GI 30-YEAR FINANCING 
EXCELLENT TERMS 
FOR NON-VETS 
1040 Square Feet of Living Space 
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LIVING ROOM | Mesenry Construction =, Kitchen Exhaust Fen 


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* Select Ook Floors 
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of Pork way a! Greenbelt : o ag ean 5 ty oa : ois 
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DIRECTIONS: Ovt New 
York Ave. te Washington: 


Planning Bodies | 
Get Ike Backing 


The White Hduse said yes- 
terday that any Federal agen- 
cies that have relocated with 
out consulting specified plan 
nirig bodies have done so “with 
out the President's approval! 

This position was disclosed 
in a iette Rep. Frank 
Thompson Jr. (D-N. J from a 
presidentia] assistant, Bryce N 
Harlow rhompsor office 
made public the letter yeste! 
da’ 

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montn 


had written ta 
to Preside 
for nNment on a 
complaint th: Federal 
cie sce homes 
failing to consult the 
tional Caplal ilanning 
mission or the Regional Coun 
The complaint was lodged 
Max S. Wehrly, chairman 
he Council 
Members of the two plannin? 
bodies have been resentful 
that site plans for new 
for the Central Intelligence 
Agency and Atomic Energy 
Commission were far advanced 
they were consulted 
1952 area planning 
Federal age 


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secking to move to new loca- 

tions in this area, seek the ad- 

vice of the planning bodies 
However, the planning 


groups hold no veto power on 


sites 
intention on 


‘Tnere s no 


his (the President's) part to de- 


part from the objective of ac 
orderly and 
lopment of 
Washington metropolitan 
arca Hiarlow wrote 

Thompson has initiated a 
move to require congressional 
consent to any move. Wehriy 
has “suegested a presidential 
executive order calling atten 
tion to the consuitation re- 
quirement 

Harlow wrote that the two 
planning groups “have at thei 
disposal the legal and pro- 
cedural tools to insure appro- 
priate consideration of the 
type of problem with which 
the Chairman (Wehrliy) is pron 
erly concerned.” Harlow said 
additional legislation “does not 
seem necessary. 


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Rough Times for the Commando 


Charlies (Commando) 


Kelly, 


who won the first Con- 


gressional Medal of Honor awarded an enlisted man in 


World War Il, 
troubles began shortly after 
went bankrupt; 
voung children; 
roller operator; 
belongings in a fire; 


is jobless, broke and sick in Lowisville. 


his first wife died, 
last Nevember he lost his job as a steam- 
in December his family 
last June he developed appendicitis 


His 
the war—his service station 
leaving him with two 


lost most of its 


and peritonitis set in and he has been unable to work 


since August. But things are 


looking brighter. An offer of 


a job has come from his hometown of Pittsburgh. The Com- 
mando is shown with second wife and their daughter. 


U.S. May Go Through ‘56 


Without a Hurricane 


MIAMI, Fia., 14 w— 
The world's top hurricane fore- 
caster, Gordon Dunn, said to 
day there is a good chance that 
none of these tropical 
will visit the United States this 
year. 

Good news? 
everybody. 

Florida, be 
needs a hurricane. The 
hasn't had a Dig 
1950 and it could use 
rential rains that 
them. Water 


mal 


Se pt 


terrors 


Well 


not. 
siate 
since 
the 


lieve it or 


storm 
Lor- 
always ac 
company tables 
are far below nor 

And Richard Simpson, head 
of the National Hurricane Re 
search Vroject, wants 
some hurricanes 

The Research 
launched this year, 
long 7-1) ance 
cane forecasts aad to fi 
wey to divert 
more dangerous 
storms 

“Obviously.” said Simpson 
“the amount of information 
you get depends on the number 
of specimens you heve to work 
with. We can't do much unless 
we see some storms.” 

Most persons along the At- 
lantic Seaboard will be delight- 
ed. however, with the cautious 
statement by Dunn, caief storm 
forecaster in the Miami Weath- 
er Bureau, that conditions are 
not right for hurricanes. 

“We might have another hur- 
ricone.or two before the sea- 
sou ends.” he said, “but there's 
a good possibility that none 
will reach the United States 
mainiand 

“That's not 
cast. of course 
mistic about i! 

If it happens, it will 
first since 1937 


to see 


Project 
is intended 
nurr 
d some 
domed the 
tropical! 


f 7 
> peTier 


or 


a definite fore- 
I'm just opti- 


ve the 


year 


Officers Are Elected 
By Chiefs of Police 


bune Press Ser ie 
CHICAGO, Sept. 13—Chief 
George A. Otlewis of the 
Chicago Park District Police 
was elected president of the 
International Association of 
Chiefs of Police today on the 
concluding day of the Chiefs’ 
63d annual meeting. He suc- 
ceeds Chief Walter E. Headley 
Jr.. of Miami 
Other officers 


" aso T! 


elected in- 
W. Woodson vr., 
superintendent, Virginia State 
Police: Robert V. Murray, chief 
of police, Washington, D. C., 
vice presidents J, M. Brough- 
ton, retired chief of police of 
Portsmouth, Va., continued as 
honorary president, Leroy E. 
Wike is IACP executive secre- 


tary at its Washington, D. C. 
| headquarters. 


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84-INCH DOUBLE BOWL 
REGULARLY $237.10 


96-INCH DOUBLE BOWL 
REGULARLY $280.40 


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State Urged to Post 
Reward in Kidnaping 


HAMDEN, Conn., Sept. 13 
(INS)—State’s Attorhey Abra- 
ham S. Ullman today urged 
Gov. Abraham A. Ribicoff to 
offer “a maximum reward of 
$3000” to facilitate solution of 
the kidnap-murder of 6-week- 
old Cynthia Ruotolo. 

Ullman declared he believed 
the “progress of the investiga- 
tion will be further expedited 
the -offler of a reward” as 
provided in a section of state's 
statutes. The Ruotolo baby 
was reported by her mother, 
Eleanor Ruotolo, to have been 
snatched from her carriage out- 
side a Hamden department 
store on Sept.1. Her body was 
found in Lake Whitney, Ham- 
den's reservoir, on Sept. 6. 


Poles’ Film Confiscated 


Reuters 
STOCKHOLM, Sept. 14 


hurricane crossed “a United 
States coastline 

The major factor in the lack 
of big storms this year, Dunn 
said, that “westerlies,” 
which normally blow through 
the temperate zone, have shift 
ed southward, dipping 
sub-tropics 

These high altitude winds 
have brought with them cooler 
air and low pressure which dis 
courages the formation of hur 
ricanes. Tropical storms feed 
warm, moist air and 
gern 

And if a hurricane doe. form. 

Dunn said, the westerlies “will 
tend to shunt it away from the 


is the 


into the 


| 
on 


: ’ 
high 


coas 


Clubs, Tear Gas Used In Wliedesien Strike 


LUSAKA, Northern es a used clubs and tear gas 
‘sla, Sept. 14 (#—Police operat- 
‘ing under emergency regula- native 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, September 15, 1956 61 
Mufulira copper mine. Three resentatives of the miners met 3 


miners were arrested here today to try to negotiate 
Government officials and rep- a settlement. 


today to disperse a mob of 
strikers at the big 


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General Electric Dishwasher and 10 cu. 
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full basements 

brick constructi 

A DIRECTIONS: North on New Hampshire 
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becomes Riggs Road and continue on Riggs 
Road one block past Adelphi Mill to Cool 
Springs Road, sharp right and continue 300 
yerds to model homes. 

OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. TILL DARK 


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off-street parking on concrete driveway 


glass-deor stall shower in master baths 
colored ceramic tile in baths 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
62 Soturday, September 15, 1956 , oe 


eee 


Titois’ i seu) Taira eee 


Discounted (iar. ae | 
— 2M Wloderns 
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 14) ‘ie ‘ a | 


—Hollington K. Tong, Na 


tonalist China's Ambassador to ™ “p oy “, a : UNIQUE SPLIT -LEVEL RAMBLER 


the United. States, said today 


' ] Red ‘Ching “is hig ‘wae ee a IN BETHESDA, MD. 


| in Moscow's 


keeping” and e. Wie were | ie a 
any prediction PA aa $22,990 to $23,990 
He declared ¢! . 
| in a speech at @ + . 
nes 1% Se | 25-YEAR LOANS AVAILABLE 
is com pletely| 
could not possibly maintain its, collie is the five millionth purebred dog to be registered in 
without Russian assistance. | Beverly Ann Yates, Salem, Ohio, teenager. foyer, Wrigideire, of all-clectrie colormatched kitchen with specious dining erea; garage with storoge spoce end inside 


of Chinese Tito- 
wealth Clu b 
1 
dependent on Russia. Following in the pawsteps of her movie and TV namesake, 3 BEDROOMS ¢ 2 V2 TO 3 BATHS $ GARAGE 
huge military establishment) the American Kennel Club. With Lassie above is her owner, smart brich-end-frame exterior) twin-sise bedreeme “L” — balcony living and dining rooms with dromatie 
ot - =a. — eccoss, f with laundry; gos heot; lerge lendscoped plots. 
Her armed forces are being 


chinking” NR Bee EG ce As Low as $2,500 DOWN 
Tong that Red China| Lassie’s a Celebrity 
He said Communist China| Lassie The Golden Glory is gaining fame. The 6-month-old | FULL BASEMENT 4 HUGE DEN OR PLAYROOM 
trained and 


equipped for mod- Chinese mainland,” Tong said. tegic railways with Russia if) 
ern warfare by Russian experts “Certainly Red China would she was contemplating a| 
who are scattered all over the not be linking up her most stra- break.” | 


_-- ——— ee ee a ee ee ee 


Tong said there has been an 
influential body of opinion in} 

ATTEN TION: the United States holding oo 

a Chinese Tito will throw off| 

BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS po .enrene i inte trougnt; 
& KITCHEN MERCHANDISERS i." scese "rng 


AAAI manufacturer is in a position to save you as efforts should be directed to- 
much as 62% on all your steel kitchen cabinets. This ward the encouraging of such’ @ 
offer is subject to prior sale and availability. Will not a rift between Moscow and) & 
last long. Any size order acceptable. Tremendous sav- Peiping. 4 
ing on top grade number ope quality cabinets. Not sec- “Unfortunately, like so many'| 

onds or rejects. Prices will amaze you. Interested other apparent shortcuts, there 
parties contact Al Lockwood, Baltimore, Md., HOpkins ig little to justify this theory| 
7-6200 or Jack Simms, Washington, D..C., JUniper 7-6600. save wishful thinking. There 


AL LOCKWOOD JACK SIMMS @will be no Titoism in Red 
Baltimore HOpkins 7-6200 Washington JU. 7-6600 China.” 
Tong said the Communist) * 
EEE “new look” was just a breathing) 


Epo egg ee iggy on eeu aee genomes spell “after an unbroken series 
GRAND OPENING—WOODLANE SUB. of successes which have brought) , 


800 million people and an addi. 
(Off Branch Ave., $.E. Md.) tional 7 million square miles " 
of territory (China) under Red 
domination.” 

He called the Coicentaitell 
idea of peaceful co-existence ‘ ‘al 
new trap.” 


— 


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Blocks te open house, medical re 
PATTERSON REAL ESTATE ‘search boom. 
REdweeod 6-4844 | Returning 
, from a 10-day 
‘tour of Soviet 


Beautiful Lakewood mmr 
Adjoining Lake Barcroft ee ee 


Watt, director 

,of the National 

| Heart Institute, Watt 

‘said he gained . 

‘the impression Russia now has 
enough psysicians to care for 


enedite ——— needs and M4 M4 
can increase its emphasis on | } 
_nedical research. ul ] lt ” ] 
| “They have the brains,” he 
‘said. “Now it's a question of 


getting the support they need 


‘from the top to cut loose and | : S a3 ‘ 
let the brains go to it.” 
_ Watt said the Russians “have | 


in every price class... 


sound, intelligent research 
scientists. But at present they 
|are working under crowded 


conditions with limited facil- 


< everywhere we went,” - . R a rh oa e S 


Watt added, “they not only 

‘discussed oe pons for new 
evelopment but also haya EQ = ee ee ae ee 

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PRETTY 
took a sip of 
thed down i 


and recalled the days when 


she sang 
with the hill- 
billy bands. 

"Funny 
thing,” said 
Polly, “all 
those hill- 
billy tunes 
have come 
back. There's 
only one dif- 
ference: 
They've add- 
ed a more 
rhythmic 
‘now they ca 
roll.” 


background 


épsi Cola, set- 
© a soft chair 


Laurent 


and 
ll it rock ‘n’ 


This was at 10 a. m. yes 
terday morning. The Pepsi 


folks held a “ 


brunch” to let 


the local press become bet- 
ter acquainted with Polly. 
(It was breakfast to at least 
but Polly had | 


one reporter, 
been up sinc 


e 6:30 a. m.). 


She was in town to help with } 
gr« ind-breaking ceremonies 
fompa new bottling plant in | 


Montgomery 


County, Md., 


and to sing at last night's 


President's 
Ball 
Polly, 


Cup 


Regatta 


as every television 


fan must know. delivers all 


the commerci 


At other -times., 


als for P 


she makes 


recordings for Unique RKec- 


ords, 


performs 


in night 


clubs, and has performed an 


increasing nu 
in television 
and dramatic 


mber of roles 
spectaculars 
programs. 


THE CONVERSATION 


turned back t 
phenomena, r 
form which 


o that musical 
ock ‘n’ roll, a 
causes young- 


sters to shriek with delight 
and causes oldsters to groan 


with agony. 


Polly was saying. 
it's 


” meee 


“Every- 
the times,” 


Variety - 
Variety 


3 
= 


Fa. Grow? 


By Laurence Laurent 
POLLY Bergen 


| Brooklyn 


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Polly Wants a Crack 
At a Rock-n-Roll Hit 


thing is so complicated and 
dificult to understand. Per- 
haps the secret of rock 'n’ 


roll is its simplicity: The one | 


beat rhythm, the lyrics which 
don’t tell a story and which 


don’t make much sense.” | 

Well, inquired a bystand- 
er, does this mean that Polly 
has by-passed rock ‘n’ roll? 

Polly's big ‘blue eyes shone 
brightly. She said: “I have 
a new record out, ‘Darling I 
Belong to You.’ It's a kind 
of rock ‘n’ roll.” 

She smiled: 
square.” 


WTOP Radio announced 
yesterday that it will broad- 
cast the complete hame foot- 
ball schedule of George 
Washington University. The 
games are those that GWU 
plays against Hardin-Sim- 
mons (Oct. 5), Virginia Mili- 
tary Institute (Oct. 19), Wil- 
liam and Mary (Oct. 26) and 
the ew of Richmond 
(Nov, 9). 


“I'm no 


ED SULLIVAN is taking 
no chances on the National 
League pennanf race. His 
guests on Sunday night will 
include members of all 
three contending teams: 
Cincinnati, Milwaukee and 


Starter on the gues 
new welterweight Woxing 
champion, Carmen Basilio . . 
Members of the faculty of 


American University who \ws 


will teach courses in radio | 
and TV this year include | 
Martin Pinsker of WMAL, 
Charlies H. Tower of the Na- 
tional Association of Radio 
and Television Broadcasters 


and Lawrence W. Beckerman |W 


of WTOP-TY . 


Perry Como begins a new | 
i tonight (8, NBC, WRC- | 
\ 


| Friend Flicka: A white, 


——___ 


Another added | 
list is | 


WRC-FM 


we 


Today’s TV Preview 


3:30 p. m—WTTG. Base- 
ball: Washington vs. Kansas 
City. 

5 p. m—WRC-TV. Social- 


| ist Speeches: Eric Haas, Pres- 
idential candidate of the So. 


cialist Labor Party, and 
Ferrell Dobbs, presidential 
candiMiate of the Socialist 
Workers Party, make their 
acceptance speeches. 

5:30 p. m—WTOP.TV. U.N: 
Handicap: From Atlantic 
City, N. J. 

5:45 
the Champions: Rex 
worth, owner of Swaps, is 
guest 

6 m—WTOP-TV. My 
wolf- 
like killer dog injures Ken 
and frightens Flicka away. 

6:15 p. m—WTTG. Tenth 


p. 


| Inning: Bill Gold emcees this 


post-game show” featuring 
the latest scores and high- 
lights of major league games. 

Pp. m — WMAL-TV. 
Championship Bowling: Bill 
Welu vs. Bill Lillard, three 
games. 

7:30 p. 

Ozark Jubilee: Webb Pierce 


emcees the country and West- | 


ern music show. 


8 p. m—WTOP-TV. Jackie | 
= leason in “The Honeymoon- | 


ers”: Ralph takes over the 
janitor’s job in his building. 

& p. m—WTTG. The Eve- 
ning Movie: James Mason 
stars in “Candlelight in Al 
geria.” a drama of World 
War IT 


| Caesar, 


| Lawrence Wel 
| cordionist Myron Floren 


tn. m ‘TV. The 
Perry Como Show (Leason 

mmiere): Guests include 

rene Dunne, Sal Mineo, sing- 
ers Patience and 
comedian Buddy Hackett, and 
~' President Robert Sarn- 
off. 

8 p. m—WMAL- 
Ole Opry: A roste 
headliners 
Pearl, 
Tubb, Carl 


of 14 


Smith, Little 


| Jimmy Dickens, Chet Atkins 
p. m—WRC-TV. Meet | 
Ellis- | 


and Hank Snow. 

8:30 p. m. — WTOP-TV. 
Stage Show: Guests are the 
Crew Cuts and singer Eddie 
Fontaine. 

9 p. m—WRC-TV. Caesar's 
Hour (season premiere): Sid 
Janet Blair, Carl 
Reiner and Howard Morris 
star in satires on the movies 
and “The Commuters.” 

ap me AL-TV. .The 
Show: Ac- 


plays “Lady of Spain,” and 
guitarist Buddy Mereill plays 


: | “Twelfth Street Rag.” 
m. — WMAL-TV. | 


10 p. m—WTOP-TYV. Gun- 
smoke: The townspeople of 
Elkader are so frightened of 
a killer that they refuse to 
give any description of him, 

16:38 p. m. — WTOP-TV 
High Finance: Joe Louis re- 
turns 

10:30 p. m.—WRC-TV. Safe- 
way Theater: Washington TV 
premiere of “Since You Went 
Away.” starring Joseph Cot- 
ton and Jennifer Jones. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST «nd TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, 


Her grace’ s detision to forsake films can be dismissed with s 
include . Minnie shrug. Betty Hutton and Ethel Merman “retired” lay = year. Both 
Roy Acuff, Ernest changed their minds, of course. An actress is & 
. Despite the critics, Elvis is having the last rich laugh. 


actress. 
A trio ‘of his platters 
lamong the top ten. . 
Monroe's issheor- cumbehe- 
preggy was headline news in 
conservative British and U. § 
dailies. (Scandalmongers*) . 
Pageant’s happy words are de. 
voted to an essay concerning 
“The Nebbish.” A nebbish is 
a schnook with trouble . Big 
seller in Broadway gi shops: 
oll, paintings of Jiminy Dean . 
he ture Week mag would have 
believe that Roberta Sher- 
can was “discovered” By re- 
‘cording compan= execs. (Ha) . 
From here Jan. 16, 1956: “Rob. 
erta Sherwood at Murray) 


5 ed 


Plaza) rates recording star- 
dom.” 
“Namely You,” 


forthcoming .“ 


from the 

er” mu- 

onal sound 
That neWs-phote of Jerry 
‘Lewis wearing specs makes’ 
him appear soooo dignified. 
It's possible... 
Francoise Sagan, France's best- 
seller queen, flunked out of 
college ... Have a sassy ex- 
cerpt from Time Mag's 
and Peace” review: 
'Fonda gives the impression of 
being the only man in the huge 
cast who has read the book” 
. Bob Considine’s cosmopoll- 
short story is the slickest 
.. This is an actress: “If I 
could no longer act, I think 
con- 
finded Ingrid Bergman ... No- 
tice: The show season ignites 
Sept. 26 when Queen Judy| 
jcomes to the Palace. 

A melodious instrumental in- 
spired by “The Poor People of| 
Paris” is titled “The Rich Peo- 
ple of Brooklyn.” Listen and' 
enjoy .. 
a momentous e tagged: “I 
Flipped When Elvis Held Me 
in His Arms.” (Elvis who? . 


The highlight of the Music Hall (You mean that bang-banging spills over simple distribution 


stage show: An orchestra and 


Franklin's (opposite the Roney 


21-year-old . 


actress is an 


choral version of “Kol es 
Beautiful, beautiful . 
threatens to be the vingingeat 
ond dancingest season. Th 
four musicals are due .. .| 
Psstt! Don't tell a soul, but’ 

Monroe wears bloomers 
in her upcoming 
Prince” 
Laurence Olivier. She portrays 
a chorine at the turn of t 
century People Today 
mag's photos has a tg dis- 
\playing every dim — The 
theme of the essay: She ein: 
privacy. 

Over 100 attractions 
announced for the 1956-57 se 
son. About 60 will eventually 
challenge reviewers . Car- 
‘roll Baker, starrittg in Elia 
Kazan’s soon-due aby-Doll,” 
will be everybody's baby doll. 
‘Agifted actress who has Eva 
Marie Saint's innocent béauty 


have 


show-oafy contrib: 
polate about transmigration 
from a curricular to a curial 


“War career would be meretricious/ PTe™® 
“Henry in. the extreme.” (Nuts to you,|cision. 
‘Court. upheld 
‘action against Paramcunt Pic- 
tures and seven other major 
movie producers. 


too)... 

Acting is not an easy chore.| 
Marion Branda dropped 30) 
pounds for his role in the 
movie version of “Teahouse of 
ithe August Moon” ... cOm- 
forting note for losers in- the 
Miss America contest: One of 
‘tthe runnersup in the Miss 
‘America sweepstakes was Vera 
Miles, now on her way to Holly- 

wood stardom ... Cecil B. 
DeMille has confidence in the 
imovie biz. His “Ten Com- 
'mandments” represents a $13 
‘million risk . . . Lee Strasberg, 


. Modern Screen hasithe Actors’ Studio chief, de-| ‘doubt have power to dominate 


clared that Gary Cooper and’ 
John Wayne are examples of 
. Stanislavsky’s acting ideas. 


Indians is art?)... | 


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top Justice Department official 
said. today there is “striking 
similarity” between the ‘tele- 
vision industry’s present de. 
velopment and that of the old 
motion 
t+ broken up by Government 
rty-'action eight years ago. 


Attorney General for antitrust 
“Sleeping Matters, made the comparison 
film co-starring Sir|i 


| tigating TV operations. 


partment inquiry into TV net- 
work activities has now been 
broadened to include 
».| elevant 
*" operations,” 
agents are helping attorneys in 
the antitrust division te con- 
duct the investigation. 


far suggests the striking simt-| 
. The Saturday Review's|larity between TV industry 
“To extra|structure and the movie pat- 
tern condemfied” by the Su-| 


Department's inquiry new em- 
braces the pricing of TV shows, 
time rates and netvork con- 
tracts, 
arranging the use of entertain- 
ment talent. 


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Justice Official Scents 
Monopoly in Television 


NEW YORK, Sept. 14 #—A 


picture monopole 


Victor R. Hansen, Assistant! 


testimony for the House 
ntitrust Subcommittee inves- 


Hansen disclosed that a De- 


“every : 
facet of network 


and that FBI 
Internationa! News 


After Eye Operation 


Wesunes Postmaster General 
James Farley leaves a New 
York hospital wearing spe- 
clal glasses after surgery on 
one of his eyes. Farley was 
injured when struck by «a 
sy gry Pate the ying placeed Guelng & Som 

onstration at the Democratie 
an antitrust) National Convention. Tt ts 
hoped the operation will save 
the sight of the eye. 


Hansen sald “evidence thus 


$17.5 Million Given 
To Refugee Agency 


N.Y. Dally News Service 
NEW YORK, Sept. 14—Am- 


The antitrust chief said the 


show prceduction, and 


“Our investigation of 


net- 
work control over talent and)>assador Henry Cabot 
program production, 
not complete, suggests that the) 


though| Jt. announced today that 
United States will contribute 
$17.5 million to the United Na- 


po tions Relief and Works Agency 


principal beyond 


if not control major aspects of for Palestine refugees 


television,” he said. the fiscal year ending June 30, 


“This power, it seems clear, | 1957. 
AAA 
of entertainment to engulf pro- 
duction of progtams, plt pro PENN TV co. 
of scenery and tie-ups of talent. | 
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12:45 
ports: Plans for the 
approaching football season 


_ are discussed by members of | 
Scholastic Sports As- | 


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high schools. 
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the People: D. C. Commis- 
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interviewed by Je Oo 
Leary, Jr., of the Washington 
Evening Star, and Jean 
White, of The Washington 
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7:30 p. m—WGMS. Hawaii 
Calls: Music of the Islands, 
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8:05 p.. m—WGM &-F M. 
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Your pibtnese: “The Coming « 


Reduction in Federal Taxes” 
is discussed by Ernest. G, 
Swigert, national vice-presi- 
dent -of the National As 
sociation of Manufactures, 


quiry now focuses on whether . 
that power has been, or will 
likely be, used to gxclude com- 
petition.” 


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64 Seturday, September 15, 1956 . 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERAT rr ‘DICK TRACY 
How to 


ROASTER OVEN 4395 23:57 K ee P We l l 


GHOUS WESTINGHOUSE w Dr. Theodore’R. Van Dellen| | 
To the limit of space, questions | 
COFFEE POT GRILL & WAFFLE 6B oo oriiining to the prevention of] | 


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STINGHOUSE WESTINGHOUSE 
PET RINGWORM 
COOK 'N FRYER| STEAM IRON [| 


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2995 saus 19.47 1495 saute 9.95 type of ringworm is passed 
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and we seldom transmit the in- 
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808 THIRTEENTH ST. N.W. WASHINGTON, D. C. casionally. Ringworm of this Md A peHeaArsa , Rg os BE, 


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Lent | POTOMAC GARDEN | The causative fungus usu- 


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\borses, cows, sheep, goats, rab- 
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as in wild\ animals such as 
squirrels and foxes. 
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more often than are children 
and the face, neck and arms 
are favored. Considerable dis-| 


Westinghouse comfort occurs when the rash 
‘ is extensive because of itching 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, September 15, 1956 eT 


The DISTRICT LINE bysinceta 


Ie Which We Pick Up — Sh? om 


tell you right now those puns 
will have to go. 


A Couple of Bags 


WHEN Walter picked me 
up after work, he said: “Be- 
fore we go home, I have to 

stop at Un- 
ion Station 
to get a ceu- 
ple of bags 
lI checked 
through. Ill 
only be a 
minute.” I 
said oka\ 
and we drove 
to the sta- 
tion and 

Bill Gold made our 

way to the 
baggage counter. It wasn’t 
particularly crowded, but 
Walter's “minute” grew to 
five before we finally won 
recognition from one of the 
clerks. 


There was no equitable 
(“take -a- number”) system 
for waiting on people in 
the order of their arrival. 
So we had te choose what 
we thought would be a 
lucky spot along the 
lengthy counter and then 
wait as patiently as pos- 
sible while others who ar- 
rived later were served 
first. 


When the wheel of fortune 
finally turned up our number, 
Walter handed over two 
claim checks. The clerk re- 
turned after a while with 
only one bag—an accordion- 
type Air Force bag that had 
been expanded to its limits. 
“What'd you duo, smuggle out 
a staff car?” I whispered. 

“Where's the other one?” 
Walter asked the clerk. 

“Must be downstairs,” said 


“Try downstairs,” said the 
clerk. So we lugged the big, 
heavy bag downstairs, where 
we found another baggage 
counter. At right angles to it 
is a windowed office and a 
sigg which says: “Present 
Baggage Claim Checks Here.” 
~ We went up to the window 
and waited for the man in- 
side to finish playing solitaire 
with a stack of shipping rec- 
ords. He ignored us for a 
while, then turned and 
walked away to busy himself 
in the back of the office 

“T'll take that ticket,” the 
man behind the counter 
finally said. There had been 
no other customers, and he 
had been idle during the 
entire episode; but appar- 
ently the wait at the win- 
dow is a necessary prelude 
to picking up baggage. 

“This didn’t just arrive, did 
it?” the counterman asked. 

“Oh, no,” Walter said. “T 
got in early this morning.” 

The counterman went off 
in search of the duffel bag 
When he finally reappeared 
with it he was mildly re- 
proachful. 

“You told me you got in 
this morning,” he. scolded. 
“T just got this off the 
car.” 

“You coulcn’t have,” 
Walter countered. “That 
train went on to New York 
after it stopped here.” 

The counterman sighed. 
“The reason it took me s0 
long to find it is that it just 
came off the car, like I told 
you,” he said. 

We thanked him, took de- 
livery of the duffel bag, and 
started for home. “I think,” 
I needled, “that our stop de- 


ow 
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS 
Greetings to Nick Altrock, 
Duke Zeibert and Courtland 
D. Ferguson. 
ow 
GIVE-AWAYS 
Attractive kittens (Juniper 
742788). Trained kittens 
(Lockwood 5-2241). House- 
broken tiger-striped kittens 


(Kenmore 84027). House- | 


By Milt Caniff 


broken kitten (Lincoln 7- | 


2196). Male beagle (Jackson 
7-7024). Housebroken hound 
dog (Jefferson 3-9426). Ador- 
able ‘Kittens, some of them 
white (Jefferson 44734). 
Part-Siamese kittens (Logan 
7-7693). Female Great Dane 
needs country home (Poplar 
26763). Small, affectionate 
puppy (Adams 2-4188). (In 
each of today’s Give-Away 
letters, a dollar or two was 
‘Inclosed for Children’s Hos- 
pital.) 
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THOUGHT FOR TODAY 

Ties, the Southern Rail- 
way System magazine, sug- 
gests that maybe the reason 
the dog is considered man’s 
best friend is because “the 
wag was put in his tail in- 
stead of in his tongue.” 


) 

AND THAT’S AN ORDER 
Headquarters of the Alr 
Force 6970th Support Group 


in Suitland recently issued | 
this official order in Daily | 


Bulletin No. 167: 

“All personnel who re- 
port to the flight surgeon, 
Bolling AFB, for physical 
examinations are required 
to provide their own pen.” 


THE CIGARETTES ) SWEET, INNOCENT 
MOM? GIRLS DON’T SMOKE 
WHEN THEY’RE HAVING 
LUNCH WITH A JUDGE’ 


THIS IS AN URGENT MESSAGE ” 

WILL THE YOUNG LADY WHO ACCIDEN* 

TALLY TOOK PITCHER LEEMY'S EYE- 

GLASSES, PLEASE RETURN THEM TO 
MONTREAL 


the clerk. “How big is it?” layed us for something more 
“It’s a duffel bag.” Walter. than one minute.” 

said. “Just a sack—about half “I'm sorry,” Walter said. 

full.” “If I had known about the 
“Try downstairs,” said the baggage situation at this 

clerk. “The big stuff is down- Union Station I think I'd 

stairs.” have given my business to 
“But,” Walter protested, a Confederate Station.” 

“it's smaller than the bag The kid can Stay, but I'll 


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DO-IT-YOURSELF NOTE 

Ohio State University is 
building a supersonic wind 
tunnel that will blow hot air 
at the rate of 3700 miles per 
hour—but it is not expected 
to be completed in time for 
use in the current election 
campaign. 


THEY CAN'T WAIT MUCH LONGER... 

THE UMPIRE MUST KEEP THE 

GAMB MOVING...AND HE'S ¢« 
GETTING IMPATIENT.’ 


Area Events Today 


of 1956." 3 m. Saturday. Hicks Chev- 
The following is a list of 0°39 Sad 2. m. Se ree 
events scheduled for today: ruction. 10 a. m.. 16th 
(Asterisks denote those open * ? 
: P rian hurt 
to the public.) een Saree. © 
of Columbus Hail. 918 10t 
CONVENTIONS * Concert )} $s o.diers 
American Society of Arms Collectors, &7 S, - paae Gate. Soldiers Hom 
1 id tat! * Bird Show, Mid-Atlantic Budgerigar 
reush Sunday st the Statler Society. 10 @. m.. Annapolis Hotel. 
MEETINGS 
Fastern Conference of Teamsat 
&. m-5 vp. m. the Mayfiow 


ers. @ 
suatignal, Potate Council. # «. m.'Football Player, 15, 
Dies After Workout 


LUNCHEONS 

ms ee |: — eee Association. 
* Porestvilie - baethodist Church SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 14 
yn eae pd ag Grange Hall (> David Smith, 15, collapsed 
Power boat races, President's Cup after football practice at Rior- 
4 Toint. . dan High School yesterday. He 
PF mo et orins Armory. died before arrival at a hospi- 

he Hot Rod and Custom Review tal. 
a = mine the cause of death. 

The sophomore complained 
of dizziness after a no-contact 
workout. He had been given 
a physical check along with 
his teammates Friday. 


Minesota Has Snow 


INTERNATIONAL FALLS, 
Minn., Sept. 14 ‘#—The sea- 
son’s first snow—the earliest in 
43 years—fell in the Interna- 
tional Falls area for 18 min- 
utes this morning. It melted 
almost as soon as it touched 
the ground. 


.»helps keep your 
throat moist and 
comfortable. Enjoy . 
daily—millions do. 


OLE ° ¥ ° 


An autopsy failed to deter- ‘ 


BRIDGE QUIZ holding which is equal to an’ 
| @. 1—As South you hold? opening bid. 
(£4 Q104 Y32 665 &Q3865 | 2—Four spades: Your hand Is 
| The bidding has proceeded: not strong enough to justify) 
North | Zot esta contracting for slam, but hope 
What do you bid? for slam is not abandoned by) o=< 
the four-spade bid. The very) | tops hes tp Some omen td 


Q. 2—As South you hold: 
The bidding has proceeded: ‘ree diamonds, intending all DONALD DUCK 


Seoth West Merth vast the time to take partner out of) 
bilemends Pass inetrame Pass Dis aggressively bid game con- 
’ What do you bid now? tract indicates your willingness 
Q. 3—As South you hold: wo entertain tic icea of a slam. 
AAQI64 WT CARES &1O7T2 If his points are first rate (aces 
The bidding has proceeded: |#"4 kings), he may proceed. 

Seuth North ees' 2-~Four diamonds. You pos- 
tipades Fass Sckbe” pass S88 a good fit for the diamonds 
a and should so indicate by re- 
| What do you bid now? ‘turning to that suit. Do not! 
_ @. 4—As South you hold: (make the mistake of bidding | 
(410963 YI832 @RE BA93 three no trump. Partner was in| 
ee une bidding has proceeded: position to make that call him- 

self, but bid hearts instead.|——~.,, 


tit do Sen'buat 
| . " Saeed |When you return to diamonds) 
7 instead of bidding three no! 


; gga ne Pg — ra trump, partner will be able to 
— Come oF mers, US infer that your holding prob- 
jthere is no action which you ably contains a singleton. 
‘can take with safety. if you! 4~—Pass. This holding falls 
‘mention either of your suits, nang — = me sees 
| , ' _for a redouble. An immediate 
jpartner will probably be cor-|..i.. should be offered only on 
which will place you in a highly strength and more distribu- 
awkward position. When a free tional values. You are forced to 
\bid tends to project the bid-' compromise by passing for the 
ding to the three level, the time being with every intention 
player contemplating such ac-\of offering competition on the 
tion should be backed up by a’next round. 


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ae sg eT LL SES > THE THREE MEN | # agers 

YOu MEAN You HIM TOMORROW , SIT AND DRINK FAR jeanne oe | ‘ o mY — —____ 
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close to Pentagon and Navy Annes and 106 minutes by § bus lines to 

rn Onl tra cl Diary % downtown, Complete shopping adjacent, 1 and 2 bedroome—2 and 
| exposures. Prom 875. 


(Drew Pearson. ie touring |Co. was loyally Republican. At 7 

int - i stone rant, Duving his. one point, Cremer appealed for 
DOWN AND absence, the Washington Mer- help to Harold Talbott, then * ~ 

parr terbon agile in Ponega sy ~ a ry-Go-Round will be written by |Secretary of the Air Force. | APARTMENT-HOTEL 


WITH US, FRANK..IF \) : | | 
Lap inn waa his associate. ) Hall Says ‘Bunk’ Phone: TEmple 6-4400 DIRECTIONS 


7 es | THE TALKEETNAS, VJ | ) 7 ' 
: 4a Fe ' j YOU'LL N@EO IT 7 ' By Jack Anderson Queried about the Cremer | Office Open 8:30 4.m, he gy ten om south—take 
ne ha __t. ~ othe diary, Hall told this column til Midnight 6. 1, turn at traffie light 
RIP KIRBY e mystery has never been that the entries about him were |i to Va. 120 (Glebe Road), 
| | cleared up of the secret diary .. ~ 1 Send for Illustrated turn left next traffic light, 
SS WALL RIGHT, PEG, LET'S COVER | which accuses Republican Na- knowled a cecinn Crete bani Brochure end Retes cross small bridge. Presi- 
; THAT PRETTY FACE AGAIN WILTON I THINK WE HAD / WORRIED ABOUT ; WA tional Chairman Len Hall of ‘alere re pen ( — but 5 dential Gardens on right.. 
n SSTTER RETURN O THE _/ THAT DEAR, MRS, : demanding a political payoff) “, red < sehen ensustiod Pp Convenient to golf course and 
THAN SUMMER | PY jernmems contract. that the diary may have been | aaa 
sone ) , lee Pn oe ap poe yp planted in an attempt to em-! 
' , | p *P'barrass Hall. Right after the 0 


\—- 


'proval while negotiating for a| ., 
$43 million contract to expand diary turned up, the spokesman 


eS Se Re ae nels SOT calles acne 
the United States-owned nickel 2%, Cremer tried to pressure) F n onday, Thursday and 
plant at Nicaro, Cuba. Hall is GSA into granting a more ad ad Ld 
favorable deal ) i 
quoted in the diary as insist-| O th : Whit | r (J fl 
ing that the company prove its “ _ | 


‘Republican standing, place its . 

{insurance through « GOP firm, ‘istant™ President © Seeman  StOres Open 9 A.M.—Phone Orders—Lincoln 7.9400 
o the election . 

‘campaign. Adams was appalled. Secretary Other Days Open "i] 6:00 

| Company executives wasted of the Treasury George Hum- 

ino time looking up the GOP phrey remarked gloomily that 


ee = a eo 

finance chairman in New York Hall might have to resign if the | 4 

’ YOU SEEM \| WELL,TO TELL YOu and New Jersey. The amount diary ever became pubile. ec j rn e r _ 
TO HAVE TH’ TRUTH, icKky- contributed has been reported Fred Seaton, then the Pres 

MADE A l DION'T DO AS xf! to Senate investigators as $20.- ident's trouble-shooter but now 


PRETTY GOOD ) WELL AST 000. O Secertary of the Interior, went 
_it IN - One $1500 donation has 
MATCH, : EXPECTED... 7A been traced from the Snare ito urgent huddles with White 


MAMIE... | | Co.’s executive vice president, on wchint lobe, Wile | f 
: th Randall Cremer, to the Re- . wets br nog 
a Persons, and chief lawyer,| 
Pat publican Congressional Cam- Gerald Morgan. 
i | paign Committee, then headed It an ban an who urged th ai 
| , by Congressman Dick Simpson ; he winally 


strategy was 
(R-Pa.) who accompained Cre- adopted—namely, leaving the 


mer to see Hall. 


The secret diary, kept by, “!2"Y, .: oa tay Ae ey 
Cremer, turned up mysteriously ™@™!s hands, thus keeping it) 
under investigation” until af-| 


— Pz: — = : SS . among routine records the 
Y es =3 . General Services Administra- ter the election. 
= ‘ = | SS tion was inspecting. GSA 
a . / — * hastily forwarded the hot docu- Senate Investigates 
STEVE ROPER ment to the Justice Depart-| Negotiations for the contract 


. : ; ment, which has refused to were narrowed down in May, 


I'VE GOT A : MART FELLOW! SUPPOSE ABOUT AN HOUR 

YOU DIONT JUST HAPPEN ) GOOD NOSE, PLL/A sou we were a wane | |titertes i On roel # to Congress oF the|1954, to four tirms—Frederick 
WO COME HERE, NOMAD/ HOW fe apy el Be aad 1% no FIGURE OUT HOW TO / . |Snare, Merritt-Chapman & 
L n ar Wi = : 

. SMELL/ E , WIM WITH wanes Tee “5 | Ike Intervenes | Scott, Raymond Concrete, and 


RA \\\ |: | ; to President Eisenhower for in- Sion was up to then-GSA Ad 
WY \\ i , j 
WO . ; 

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a} formation about the diary. Ike Ministrator Ed Mansure. * 

| oh _— sent him to see Attorney Gen-| Hall phoned Mansure re 

JAE ’ ae , jeral Brownell. peatedly urging that the con- Slightly Imperfect 
7 Wi fe | “You go and tell (Brownell) tract go to Raymond Concrete. 

that I asked you to see him,”|at the first mention of Bread Boxes 


7. instructed the President. Frederick Snare, Hall blew up 
| But Brownell still refused to|and called it a “Democratic $1 -99 


divulge the diary's contents. company.” 


Z 
17 / ~ : 
V/, / . AYN YY —~ His excuse: The case is under The diary entries, telling off Ti perte ‘, $3.98 
HAW | 7 4\\ nN a ‘ ~ see This should keep Cremer’s conversations With | ecm: 
a a = ~=.\the diary under official wraps Hall, are dated in June and 
; By Lank Leonard -— after yr ames R July, 1954. Shortly thereafter, 
| owever, this column has a-| Hall withdrew his objections 
B-BUT IT WAS IMPORTANT, ) THE BET? on ves! cess to the diary and doesn’t - Frederick Snare. ’ | 


MR.GRABBITT! }-IF I'D WELL, WHAT'S THE , ' | 
coon! H-HOw CouLD Y. WELL, DON'T LET IT ONLY MADE IT, IT WOULD ) DIFFERENCE IF WE mind unwrapping it now. The) Mansure decided the contract 


I HAVE MISSED A "UPSET YOU, PHIL! IT's HAVE HELPED US ON THE / LOSE A FEW DOLLARS? most startling entry is Cremer’s! was so big it should be divided 
_ ARS account of a conversation with perween two contractors. Hall 


SHORT PUTT LIKE THAT? et Oe BE ‘ Hall d th R d 
- ISS! : ALREADY 4 still insisted that aymon 

\ PUTT ISN'T SO IMPORTANT! f “If you get the contract, we Concrete should get half, et 

a will expect to get the placing! agreed the other half could ®° Roof Coating Door Mat 


, 


of the insurance and the'to Frederick Snare. National 
bonds,” the diary quotes Hall jead Co., which operates the! Toke With | wene ween 
as telling the Snare representa- Nicaro plant for the Govern-|5 gal. $9.69 Q  Dattveret 
uve. ‘ment, recommended Merritt-ican ...... +] 5 $1.79 
about that,” Cremer quickly; wansure’s final cholce: 
agreed, according to the Frederick Snare and Merritt- STOP ae nee 
diary. ‘Chapman & Scott. The deal 28"x8”" Flat 
D ’ ‘was signed in August, 1954. SAGGING = 
wa se . onation Welcomed | Note: The Senate Investigat- FLOORS | Aluminum Sheets 
WINNIE WINKLE Hall was talking about the ing Committee, sparked by its 
r = Steel Toke with 


_irisk insurance and commercial able chief counsel, Robert Ken- 
HAVE WE GOT EVERYTHING, \ YEP/ AFTER I blanket bond that would be re-| nedy, is hot on Hall’s trail. This | 
THERE f wERe | “HE ProcuP is HERB ee, & He COTTAGE LOCK THIS DOOR s quired for the project. Another investigation should determine Floor Jack 
ALL PACKED/ § TO TAKE US ‘TO THE READY TO BE CLOSED UP /SHELL BE READY! lpsace THAT ALIOST BROUGHT. THEM document quotes Hall as sug-, whether Hall has been cleverly 
" STATION, MOM / . FOR ‘ gesting, too, that a campaign’ victimized or should be fired. Take- With 
—s would be most! ns 1988, Bell Syndicate, Ine. “1 oak? $8.49 

| Later, the diary reports that! Drew Pearson will report by Dell $9.95 
Hall was balking, because he'short wave from the Near East vered $9. 
had “received no corroboration | on the possibility of Russia back- 
} from the finance chairman in| ing Egypt with arms in the event! 

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New York and New Jersey.” (of a war. His report will be! 
Meanwhile, Cremer tried to! broadcast at 7:45 o'clock tonight 


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