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The Weather 


Today—Drizzle in the morning, becom- 
ing party cloudy in the afternoon, the 
high near 74. Monday—Fair and warm- 
er. Saturday's temperatures: High 76 
at 11:10 a. m.; low 64 at 6:15 p.m. (For 


details see Page B2.) 


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Washington 


Khrushchev'’s Talk 


You'll want to read the “windup” of 
Khrushchev's 
speech which he gave to a closed ses- 
sion of the Communist Party. It's fea- 
tured on Page E3 


famous anti-Stalin 


in today’s big 
Post and Times Herald. 


79th Year — No. 188 


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Coprright 1956 
The Washington Post Company 


SUNDAY, 


JUNE 


10, 1956 


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TWENTY CENTS 


President in ‘Excellent’ Condition; 
Doctors See No Bar to 2d Term Race: 


Can Work in Few W 


Rebellion 
Of Officers 
Reported in 


Argentina 


Army Arsenal 

Near Downtown 
Buenos Aires Is 
Taken, Recaptured 


Bulletin 


BUENOS AIRES, June 9 (? 
Rebels tonight seized strate- 
gic centers of the provincial 
capital of Santa Rosa and pre- 
claimed “Viva the Counter. 
revolution.” 

The crisis for the revolu- 
tionary regime of President 
Pedro Arambure erupted 
while he was away on a tour 
of the interior. 

Leading followers of Juan 
D. Peron, the ousted dictator. 
president, were reported be- 
ing rounded up in Buenos 
Aires. 


BUENOS AIRES, June 9 


| Resort Weather 
South 


: 


Dete U § Weerther Bureeu 


Crippled Jet 
Smashes Into 
Homes; 6 Die 


6 Children Injured 
Critically as Plane 
Crash Fires 6 Houses 


| 


Air Force 


Losing Men, j 


Senate Told 


Personnel Chief 
Says Underranning 
Is Serious, Requires 
‘Highest Priority’ 


By John W. Finney 
United Press 
Lt. Gen. Emmett O'Don- 
nell Jr.. Chief of Air Force 
Personnel, has warned Con- 
gress the Air Force is so se- 


Walingua bes’ md Vian Would ee jriously undermanned the 


matter “must be given the 
highest priority.” 

An early solution, he said in 
testimony released yesterday 
by a Senate Armed Services 
Subcommittee, “is vital to our 
Air Force and our national se 
curity.” He added that “the best 
machines in the world aré inet- 
fective unless qualified men are 
available to maintain and oper- 


jate them.” 


| 


O'Donnell outlined the prot 
lem in closed-door testimony. 
The subcommittee has been in- 


eer 


| 
| 


: 


f 


eeks, Golf Later — 


Unanimous Verdict of Physicians 


Follows Emergeney Operation at 


Walter Reed Hospital; Specialists 


Think Life Expectancy Improved 


By Chalmers M. Roberts 
Stef Reporter 


President Eisenhower was 


in “excellent” condition last 


night after a “serious” emergency operation; he “should be 
able” to resume his full duties in four to six weeks and 
‘there is no reason why he cannot run for a second term. 
| These encouraging words were the highlight of the unan- 
imous verdict of his doctors as given to newsmen some 
eight hours after he went under the surgeon's knife at 
Walter Reed Hospital for an intestinal obstruction 

Maj. Gen. Leonard D. Heaton, commanding officer at 


‘the hospital and chief of the four sur 
during the one-hour-and-53-min-° 


ute operation, said the Presi- 
| dent should be able to see mem- 
ibers of his staff on Monday or 
| Tuesday “if all goes as e€x- 
\pected.” He added that “dur 
}ing the coming week, he should 
be able to sign official papers 
and carry on those functions of 
the Government which are nec- 
essary.” 

in fact. said Gen. Heaton. the 
doctors “think” the operation 
“improves” the President's life 
expectancy. 
| Temperature Norma! 
Press Cc 
ight 


Secretary James 


geons at the table 


i 


nancy such as cancer. The Pres 
ident’s heart was not affected 
by the operation and his heart 
attack of last September “had 
no relationship” to the illness. 
Gen. Heaton emphasized 
Cause Still a Mystery 


What caused the re- 
mained a mystery Gen. Heaton 
would not speculate 


iliness« 


whether 


‘the cause was physical or emo- 


tional 
Asked by a newsman whether 
he saw any reason. assuming 


Hagerty at 7 o clock last n 
read the following bylletin: ithe expected normal convales- 
President's conditien °e°°*e. why Mr. Eisen 
continues to be most ac- should 
tory. He has been sleeping most 
. | of the day. There are no compli- 
Y / |cations. 42 
“The President's temperature | I certainly do not.” 
is normal. His pulse is 82. His) Asked if he was speaking for 
blood pressure is 126 over 84, ll his colleagues, he responded: 
which is normal. The pertinent; “I'm sure I speak for al! the 
blood chemistry éxaminations|@octors at the (operating) ta- 
are all within normal limits.” |>le.” 
Milton Eisenhower, the Presi-| Dr. Isidor Radvin, surgery 
dent's brother. came with Hag-|Professor at Pennsylvania Uni- 
erty to the 7 p. m. news con- Versity School of Medicine and 


U 
(”)— Reliable sources said to- | ing. of bs lost se 
day a band of non-commis- (Picture on Page D-15) | Supremacy to 
-sioned officers seized the Ar- dnnanonentee.s. oe Wiebe x 
gentine Army arsenal 30/A crippled Navy jet fighter, te —_ ns oe ne 
blocks from downtown struggling desperately to reach | Air Force aving a me 
Buenos Aires and held it a airfield, crashed and ex-| keeping trained teqhnicians 


, | the service. 
hours before it was recap-|P!oded in a row of frame houses) QDonnell asserted the Alr| 
tured. today, 


killing the pilot and five | Force will lose personnel in the) | 
‘other persons. At least a dozen coming year even though it) j 
ae nomen — r the | were injured will ge’ an increasing number| Associated Press 
reported to have taken over the i. 3 4 of planes. 
swermment house at Santa The Panther jet, piloted by a| 


|term 
nounced he would, Gen. Heaton 
replied: 


' : . ‘oa| As of July, 1955, he said, the) Maj. BD. A. Glew, Army medical corps, is in the temporary news room at Walter Reed 
osa. capital of the South Cen-| Marine air reservist, plowed! ,:)"p).) isa 960,000 men to| pletured yesterday a8 he Grew adiagram of | Hospital. in preparation for a doctors’ dis- 
tral province of Pampa. 


There was complete official showered flamin 


silence. But police forces were 
said to have been mobilized on 
a 24-hour alert. 

Troops from the army me- 
chanical school were speeded 
to the arsenal to counter the 
attack. 

Army generals and other of- 
ficers were rushing to their 
headquarters. Cars were being 
confiscated for military pur 
poses. 

The government proclaimed 
martial law throughout Argen- 
tina. A military-civilian rebel 
force reportedly seized Govern- 
ment House, the police head- 
quarters and the state radio at 
Santa Rosa, but were driven 
out later. 

A proclamation sent over the 
Santa Rosa radio said: 

“We want elections in 180 
days, freedom for political pris- 


oners, and a return of labor) 


unions to authentic workers.” 

Men in a speeding automobile 
tried to throw a bomb at the 
Automobile Club of Argentina 
Police killed one of the at- 
tackers. 

Vice President Isaac Rojas 
and the Army Minister pro 
claimed a crisis. 

(A radio broadcast picked up 

Montevideo said “armed 
of Argentina led by 
popular groups” started last 
night's revolt. The broadcast 
said a rebel force led by Lt 
Col. Anobal Cesor Lopez had 
occupied an army barracks in 
Rosario, Argentina's 
biggest city.) 


in 
forces 


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fuel on five 
other houses in the same block. 
|Most of the houses were turned 
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Seven children, among nearly 
20 playing in the yards, ran 
screaming to their parents, 
their clothes afire. Five young- 
sters under 8 were critically 
burned. The other two suf- 
fered superficial hurts. Five 
adults were treated for shock 
and minor injuries 


into a home just 
| Wold-Chamberlain 


Harper's Ferry 
Bridge Afire 


A spectacular fire roared out 
of control early today on the 
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 
bridge over the Potomac River 
at Harpers Ferry, W. Va. 

The fire started on a coal 
train, apparently caused by a 
hot journal box, and spread 
io the wooden ties on the 
bridge. Fourteen coal cars were 
on the bridge. 

Six fire companies were bat- 
ting the fire, which was mov- 
ing from the Maryland side to 
the West Virginia side 

Traffic over the mainline to 
Chicago was detoured via Hag- 


erstown over the Western Mary- 


land Railway Lines 
the B&O mainiine at 
burg. W. Va 


rejoining 
Martins- 


: 


: 


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man 121 wings. By July, 1957.) 


936,000 men. It will be 1950, he 
said, before the Air Force 
reaches its goal of 975,000 men, 
set in 1953 as part of the Ad- 
ministration’s “new look” 
fense strategy. 

At the same time, O'Donne 
served notice it may be neces- 
sary in another year to ask for 
an increase in the 975,000-man 
ceiling. Since the ceiling was 
set, he said, “new réequire- 
ments” have been added to the 
Air Force mission, stich as ex 
pansion of the radar warning 
network and additional missile 
units. 

He said he believes the Air 


|Force will have enough men to 


man a 137-wing force in 1957 
but will be short in “quality. 
He estimated that as of next 
June there will be a 57,192-man 
shortage of such “hard core” 
technicians as radar, arma- 
ments, atomic weapons, and air- 
plane mechanics. 

If more of these “quality” 
men could be induced to stay 
in the service, he said, it would 
be possible to cut overall air 


‘force strength 10 to 15 per cent 


and still be “much more effec- 
tive.” 

O'Donnell said there has been 
an “encouraging increase im 
Air Force reenlistments since 
Congress approved a military 
pay increase and a reenlistment 
bonus plan. 


second Red China Ties imperiled 


ithe 


an intestinal tract in chalk on a blackboard | 
it will have 137 wings, but only |—— 


a 


Youth Crime 


“ Showing Drop 


> . 
In District 
By Eve Edstrom 

Sta Reporter 

While congressional probers 
out to investigate the schools 
and delinquency here are con 
vinced the District “is one of 
tLe worst cities for juvenile 
crime,” Washington public of- 
ficials reported yesterday en- 
cOuraging signs of either a de- 
crease or leveling off in num. 
bers of youthful offenders. 

With just one month left in 
fiscal year, 
cated count of children, who 
came to the attention of either 
the Juvenile Court or Inspect. 
or John E. Winter's Youth Aid 
Division, 
pared to 3038 for the full 12 
months of the last fiscal year. 

The number of children ac- 
tually referred by court work. 
ers to Judge Edith H. Cockrill, 
however, is expected to show 
an increase because more ju 
See JUVENILE, age Bl, Col. 2 


\Khrushchev Blamed Stalin for Risks 


In Korean War, Catholic Paper Says 


ROME, June 10 (Sunday) * 
Nikita Khrushchev in his Com- 
munist Party speech last Feb- 
ruary accused Stalin of run- 


War, a Roman Catholic news- 
paper said today. 

The Catholic Action news- 
paper, Il Quotidiano, declared 
Khrushchev implicitly recog- 
nized “Soviet responsibility in 
the Korean War.” Stalin also 
was charged with imperiling 
Soviet relations with 
China 


United States State 


ment last week. 


Depart- 


ning grave risks in the Korean) 


| 


it said were parts of Khrush-| when 


The newspaper said the Com-! Khrushchev 
ad-' Continental 
dress before. the party congress | Italian 


munist boss in his secret 


deciared: 


“His (Stalin's) 


speech from the 
Agency, a small 
news organization re- 


Con- 


the undupli-| 


stands at 2393 com-| 


> 


- 


cussion of the President's operation. 


Ike Faced Complications 


Necessity of Operation 


Explained by Doctors 


(Transcript of doctors’ 


By 


erpianation, Page A-i0} 


Nate Haseltine 


Stef Reporte 


The surgeon who early yes. 


terday operated on President 
Eisenhower told a jammed news 
conference that it was an emer- 
gency operation to prevent pos 
sible grave consequences. 

Persons in the President's con- 
dition of abdominal obstruction 
are threatened with complica- 
tions which can produce gar- 
grene of the Lowel, “a very se 
rious situation,” said Maj. Gen 
Leonard D. Heaton, surgeon 
and Commandant of Walter 
Reed Army Hospital 

The operation performed was 
ar ilio-transverse< 010s t Omy, 
which was described in detail 
by Dr. Heaton, spokesman for 
the 13 medical specialists who 
attended the President. 

The operation was a success 

The patient left the table in 
excellent condition, and has re- 
mained so, Dr. Heaton said. 

The surgeon told reporters 
the specialists did everything 
ithey could to treat the Presi 
ident’s condition without sur. 
| gery When these measures 
ifailed, he said, the decision to 
joperate was unanimous 
| In the operation. nothing was 
jactually cut out of the patient 
|The surgeons; instead, bypassed 
ithe last 10 inches of the small 
|intestine, where it enters the 
‘colon (large bowel). 
| They did this 
hole in the side of the small 
‘intestine, in the healthy sec- 


‘ported to have contacts with/iion above the diseased part. 
antirealistic Italy's Defense Ministry. 


Then they cut a. similar-sized 


consideration of the attitude of|tinental is considered reliable hole in the large bowel, and 
the western nations in the face Its reports are used in some 
of developments in Asia has/of Italy's largest newspapers. 


contributed to tne risky situa-| 
tion for the entire Socialist/ficials said they believed im-| 
portant 
from their vergion of Khrush-|jonger needed for free pas 


cause such as developed around 
the war in Korea.” 


U. §. State Department of- 


parts were missing 


This would agree with domi-| chev's speech. 


Red nant western opinion that Rus-| 
sia miscalculated the West's diano said there were 32 sig- ing 
Ii Quotidiano published what) willingness to ‘ight in Korea|nifcant phrases missing from)jength of hard rubber hose.” 
Korean ithe Washington version. “We Its 
chev's attack on Stalin missing|Communists struck in the sum-|know our story is correct,” he) diameter, 
from a version released by the| mer of 1950. 
IL Quotidiane said it received'only excerpts 
the 'called 


the northern 


the missing portions of 


A \spokesman for I! Quoti- 


from what it 
teat. 


the missing 


two 
the 


the 


} ewan and stitched 
at 


intestines together 
‘edges of the holes. 

he 10-inch section of small 
intestine, left intact but no 


sage of body wastes, was de- 
scribed by Dr. Heaton as hav- 
“the consistency of a 


inch-size_ inside 
said, had nar- 


normal, 
he 


said. 11 Quotidiano published rowed down “to the diameter 


of the lead in a pencil.” 
| The pre-operative diagnosis 


by cutting a) 


of ileitis. inflammation of the 


iléum (small intestine) was im 
mediately confirmed as soon 
the Presidents abdomen 
was opened, Dr. Heaton said 

The Army surgeon, with the 
President's physician, Maj. Gen 
Howard McC. Snyder audibly 
concurring, said that the in- 
flammatory process Was a 
chronic one, probably extend 
ing back “a great many years. 
Each subsequent episode (at- 
,tack) further hardened and nar- 
rowed the diseased part, swell 
ing inwardly and building up 
scar tissue inside the canal. 

In the surgery. a six-inch in- 
cision was made in the patient's 
abdomen, just to the right of 
the navel. Dr. Heaton indicated 
the cut by running his finger 
from above to below his belt 
See OPERATE, Pg. Alz. Col. 1 


as 


ference Asked by reporters 
‘how he was impressed by Ike's 
condition, he said: 
i “IT am delighted by his ap- 
pearance atid spirit as well as 
by the reports of the doctors 
following the operation and be 
fore this press conference.” 
Milton Eisenhower said he 
sad seen his brother at 2 p. m 
and held a short conversation 
with him 

The Presidents reac 
tion after waking up from the 
anesthetic yesterday morning 
was to sa\ 

“What a bellyache'” 


Seriousness Disclosed 


own 


During an hour-long crowded 
press conference yesterday aft- 
ernoon, Gen. Heaton revealed 
for the first time the serious 
ness of the President's illness 
an illness which had struck him 
shortly after midnight on 
Thursday 

It came down this: The 
President was suffering from 
illeitis, a blocking of the small 
intestine. It did not respond to 
treatment. X-rays taken around 
l a. m. yesterday confirmed this 
and surgery was unanimously 
agreed upon The President 
gave his assent 

Had the operation not been 
pertormed, said Gen. Heaton 
the President faced possible 
fatal gangrene of the bowel. It 
was an “emergency operation’ 
for a “sertous illness" he added 
but “it went quite smooth 
There was no sign of malig 


’ . 


Second-Term Campaign 


one of the four civilians called 
in on the case, told the &5 as. 
sembled newsmen and photog- 
raphers that “I agree with 
everything’ that Gen. Heaton 
had said. He added. when ques- 
lioned, that he saw “no reason 
why the President should not 
make a full recovery 

Maj. Gen. Howard McC 
der, the President's personal 
physician, who also sat in on 
the press conference. likewise 
indicated assent to Gen. Heat 
ons words. Gen. Snyder add 
ed that the President has had 
attacks of ile before and 
inat he would be able to co to 
tis Gettysburg, Pa.. farm. if he 
wished, to convalesce after lea, 
ing the hospital 


Sny- 


tis 


Sees *Vife, Son, Bréther 


The 


President yesterday 
slept for 


some tim atler re- 
turning to his third floor bed- 
room at 5:11 a m from the 
operating room. He saw no visi- 
tors except members of his im. 
mediate family—Mrs Fisen- 
hower. hi m John and his 
brother Milton Mrs. Eisen- 
hower and John were up during 
the operating but went to bed 
after hearing that it had oveen 
a success 

Mrs Fisenhower Hagerty 
said, had stood the strain “won 

See IKE, Page A2. Col. 1 


> sf 


Index, Page 2 


Concern Over [ke’s Health Is Revived 
With New Doubt on Whether He'll Run 


By Edward T. Folliard 


Staff Reporter 


\ question mark again hangs 
over the American political 
scene as a result of President 
Eisenhower's operation. It is 
not as big as the one that arose 
af his heart attack last Sep- 
tember, nor does it carry the 
same sense of foreboding. Just 
the same, it is a question that 
will require an answer from 
the Chief Executive. 

In September, while he was 
under an oxygen tent in Denver, 
Americans were wondering not 
only about his political future, 
but about whether he had any 
future at all 


| The bulletins that came from 


Walter Reed Hospital yesterday 


4 


Truman Finds Hop 


4 


e of Pea 


% 


ce Strong 


described the President's con- 
dition as “excellent,” and Maj 
Gen. Leonard D. Heaton, who 
performed the operation, said 
he should be able to stand for a 
second term 

But the Republicans will fee! 
better when the President him- 
self has answered this ques- 
tion: Does he feel that he 
ought to go through with a sec- 
ond-term race which, if success- 
ful, would oblige him to serve 
in the White House into his 
seventieth year? 

On March 7, a week after the 
President announced he would 
run for a second term, this 
colloquy took place at his news 
conference: 

Reporter “Suppose 


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you 


in Europe—Page D-] 
' = : 


J] 


found out before convention 
time that your physical condi- 
tion was below the par that you 
expected? Could you say what 
you would do under the circum- 
stances” 

The President “Unless I 
felt absolutely up to the per- 
formance of the duties of the 
President, the seconc that I 
didn't, I would no longer be 
there in the job. or I wouldn't 
be available for the job.” 

His words meant this to the 
reporters: That if he felt be- 
fore the Republican National 
Convention in San Francisco 
on Aug. 21 that he couldn't 
carry the burden of the presi- 


Sea, POLITICS, Page A3, Col. 1 


a. 


4 _ THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
A2 Sunday, June 10, 1956 seve 


No Bar to 2d 


IKE—From Page I 
derfully, as she always does.” 


again, & question that he alone 
‘can answer and which he prob- 


ably will not answer until ‘he 

Hagerty himself h 
a oot from —_ saew i fully recovered and back on 
morning when he first heard the job. 
of the President's iliness until a 
last night. He was weary but wea Duties” Uncertain 
still game at the medical press 
conference. 

The President, Gen. Heaton gj b 
sdld. wes “tecling very. well” given by General Heaton 
yesterday afternoon and Was 
“quite responsive.” But 


4 eng 7 -_ the| july 21, a month before the 

resident was being fed intra ' 

véenously and would not take Republican National 

food by mouth until the fourth “on Is due to open on Aug. 20. 

day after the operation. No General Heaton’s meeting 

blood transfusions were neces. With newsmen, held in a stiflin 
‘hot room in the Walter 


sary. 
Soerythine the doctors had 


ability to return to the job de. the great dramas of the presi- 
pends, of course, on his having dential office. Not since Grover 
a normal recovery. Gen. Heaton,| Cleveland before the turn of 
in his prepared statement for e century had a President 
newsmen, said that “we have @€n operated on while in of. 
evéty expectation of @ norma! Ste and in that case the oper- 
convalesence. We look for a ®t#on was carried out in the ut- 
rapid and complete recovery, ™°st secrecy. 
We feel that he will return to’ The fact that Mr. Eisenhower 
his good health in a short pe- last September had suffered a 
ried of time.” heart attack, and had sur- 
In saying that the President ™ounted it to say only recently 
would remain at Walter Reed. that he would never know he 
the big Army hospital between had been ill if the doctors did 


A return to “full duties” ellie: oe an Pearamgeanae President Ricardo Arias said 
four weeks—the shortest time beg a n ces today that Panama would post- 
__:felayed this word from Hagerty 
would mean July 7. Six weeks, 
he the longer period mentioned, 
“naturally is suffering distress." would bring the date up to 


Conven- 


‘Administration Building, was 
to say about the President's the dramatic climax to one of 


Term Seen 


lroom was No. 6 on the third/and the others, climaxing the 
floor. Shortly after 3 a. m. two days of intense drama. 
word came from Hagerty that 
the operation had begun at 2:59 
a. ™. | 
At 4:45 a. m., Dewey E. Long, 


Panama to Postpone 
Hemisphere Meeting 
PANAMA CITY, June 9 @ 


. 


' pone the meeting of Western| 
who was posted outside the Hemisphere presidents here for 
operating room: = a — ee Af the! 
0 ‘delay would ma it bi* 
he operation —= susreneryl. for Presicent Eisenhower ta} 
The President's post-operative siteng 
condition is very satisfactory. The presid nts are scheduled| 
He left the operating table in to meet here June 25, in ob) 
excellent condition.” pobtpey: of the 130th anniver- 
sary of the opening of the first 
Obstruction Relieved | tager-Amerions Conference. 
Hagerty was back himself at) The original meeting lasted 
5:33 a. m. to give newsmen this until July 15, 1636, and Arias 
‘ ' & said his government will be 
bulletin: willing to put off this year’s! 
“The President returned to meeting until July 15 if Presi-/ 
‘his suite in Ward 8 at $:1] a. dent Eisennower could get here’ 
m. At operation, an intestinal by that date. 
’ rae | Arias expressed “deep sor- 
obstruction due to iletitis, & row” over the President's iil 
nonmalignant disease, was con- ness, and said he hopes the 
firmed, and the obstruction was, American President wii. recov- 
' ler quickly “for the good of the! 
relieved. The operation was per U. S. people and of world-wide 
formed under general anes- gemocracy.” ) 
thesia. The heart action was 
normal throughout. The Presi- 
dent's condition is satisfactory.” 
Hagerty added that Mrs. 


United Press 


Showing signs of strain, Presidentia] Press Secretary James 
C. Hagerty is pictured as he briefed reporters at Walter 
Reed Hospital yesterday. He held a series of conferences 
during the night. 


16th st. and Georgia ave., 


Heaton said the period, “if nor- 
mai,” should be approximately *Urgery an wunprecedente 
Then he could go to event in American history. 


15 days. 
a “place of his choosing.” 


Cur> on Golf Swings 


_to the drama. 
all night at the hospital 
Asked about possible limita worked in shifts around 

tions on his activities even after clock to keep the world 


Gen, '"0t keep reminding him, made ; 
his intestional filness and the Elsenhower, John and Milton 


q | Eisenhower had “remained in 
the livigg room quarters” of 
the Presidential suite during 
the operation. Gen. Sayder, ob- 


The swiftness of events added 
Newsmen stayed 
or 
the 
in- 


recovery, Gen. Heaton said the formed as Hagerty related bul- 


only one would be on “athletic letin after bulletin 


But not 


activities” such as golf swings wntil yesterday afternoon was 


by mid-August. 


This tentative outline of the period devoted to attempts, 


President's schedule for 


serving from outside the oper:) 
ating room, relayed progress 


‘reports to the family. Hagerty 
also said that the President, 


Harriman Tells Hat Union Session 


He’s Active and Liberal Candidate 


NEW YORK, June 9 #—Gov. | ing until he felt the appropriate, proved that they want only one | 


when told the operation was himself today as an active can 


necessary, hed said “of course” 
7 Hagerty was not cer 
tain 


of the exact words. 


Friday afternoon was &\<siq Mrs. Eisenhower's consent! 


the | successful it turned out. to re- 


weeks ahead indicated he will lieve the President's intestinal 


be able, if all goes as expected 


» obstruction after he had been 


on. 
Presidential Assistant Sher. 
man Adams and Gen. Andrew 


didate for the Democratic nom! fore the Hat Wor 


He Bation for President. 
| He told 200 delegates to the! 
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illness, again assuming the ex- tial obstruction in the terminal be me yew 8 yt pn E 
| peuaee _ recovety. - portion of the small meses) a bellyache!” le iis ean 
ven m from going to San has persisted, an exploratory | . 
Francisco on August 23 or 24 operation is necessary. This hn ak agp Kefauver (D-Tenn.), Stev- 
to accept @ second term nomi-joperation will be undertaken/pain but that the doctors fele | ©2808 he Harri- 
nation. This latter, of course, immediately.” the story was an “indication of|™ 
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|| ported that the President was 
Women, Travel and Re- 


Although Harriman long has) * 
described himself as an “inac| 
tive” candidate, political ob: | 
servers regarded him as a full- 
fledged contender merely wait} 


then asleep and that Adams 
,and Wilton B. Persons, deputy 
assistant to the President, had 
‘been in to talk with the doc 
tors. Hagerty was asked wheth- 
sorts. er he expected any “interrup- 
Society, fashions and clubs. (om in “the duties of the 
Tips on travel. Education|presidency.” He replied: | 
directory, stamps, garden “I don't anticipate any:” 
obituaries, Crossword news. That was all until the 2 p. m. 
Puzzle. | Section G—Real Estate, Gen- Conference with Gen. Heaton 
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the President next Wednesda At 8:37 p=. Friday, Hagerty ing team through a heavy Indorsed Stevenson rights. We will find it easy to' | AND BE READY FOR FALL 
when he has what was to be ; "S ry Se glass window in the operating) Dubinsky, who also is co | ind agreement with liberal peo- 
White House appointment, nciatenine Giana, the eine eanding out in brilliance chairman of New York State's| Pie in the Southern states . . ./ B E R L ' T 7 
though there was nothing defi-|jatest X-rays and examinations, ,, 4 : “4 ws sate same |uiberal Party, which has consid-| “The Republicans ‘have 
nite on that yesterday. The including electro - cardiogram,| "4, repert hat he Bom nme erable Wry e in the state, Ss U M M " R 
President's plan to fly to Pan- show no change in the previous- had been catchin ea indorsed Adiai E. Stevenson for TREAT ils FAMII y 
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Health Issue Looms Again |=" ese 


Red German 


POLITICS—From Pg. It R li Joins 


dency, he would pull out of the 


race; and if his health broke, | Oe aes ¢ OS a ee . 
seriously in the remainder of gi oo a a ell | Well Wishers 
ey v . é - ef =. z 2 %  ¥ Rare " ed 4 


this term or during a second 


term, he would resign from the . Ra 
presidency. A nae * — iat 
Just to make sure, a reporter | iS Fe . ae LONDON, June 9—News of 
said: at ae (| President Eisenhower's iliness 
Mr. President, in answering : ie ie today brought messages of sym- 
the last question about your ees es \ —— , pathy and good wishes from 
health, you seemed to be saying | % a Fe Pope Pius XII, Britain's Queen 
if at any time you feel that im Cc. ee Elizabeth and former President 
your health is not up to carry- ae = ee : Harry Truman. 
ing the burden of the presi-| Os fe * oe 5 ae Even the Communist East 
dency, you will withdraw from} a ome & af ") |German radio joined the swell- 
the race. Is that correct’ | , as %. <a ling chorus of sympathy for the 
Stresses “Organic Fitness” : “S stricken American leader. 
Europe's reaction was 


“Well, now,” the President {ost r. S |summed up by Britain's Sun- 


replied, grinning, “don't | . , ie fhags ; 
=e pally ees bennei S 7 | + | . Washinitan day News of the World which 
of the flu or something el | , iit : git atc? ya eee = jreached the newsstands to 
r dew we Aya eer te Ree 8 = inight. It said: 
You people get down to the Of! Sty se ies j a “Ike is lying ill once more 
point that you are worse than| om aS 4 Layee » | Doubt is nrewe on his chances 
the doctors in quizzing me. But i sn | wat Se oF ; . - : . 
I am talking about my general,| : “5 | wr : 2 = |of being able oo _ a~4 
let's say, organic fitness for riy ii! eee * ' dent again in November. But 
the job, as I see it, and that’ See wa ft _ “2 | jthe only thing that matters is 
means carrying a burden of i OF. FP . ind a a that ov 7\ pena be re- 
hard work right on through the hae t* . g% are oe ae <— + athena iene sieh ‘aia 
gm hag ah Ry ea e" | o oe through the Aoontella Delegate 
lieve that has failed to the | _ in Washington. Queen, — 
point of inability to perform beth’s was sent from Sweden 
the job properly, then that! ge OO — : where she is on a state visit. 
goes before the American peo-| POS ee ¢ PR Ss The Communist East German 
ple instantly,” + PP tt | oe ae main radio station today 
Almost certainly President 2 £¢ : ee F Dest iwished Mr. Eisenhower a com- 
Eisenhower will again be asked plete recovery. It praised him 
about his political future once | Associated Press as a statesman who saw “great- 
he is back on his feet and| Vice President Richard M. Nixon reads The on the President's operation before driving (¢* Possibilities in —— co- 
oe news <a . Washington Post and Times Herald's story to his office yesterday. —— than i Cols OF BM 
n the long period after the — —— | B 
President's heart attack, when | It added: “All the deeper is| 
people were speculating on McC Snyder, the White House ( ] . ee ose newly-ill| 
whether he would retire or run ’ ' id c 
ence he ould eurecr rut pics, at 2 am Pride, Chaplains Pray for [ke  |teier"mesuacr ot concer 
pressed the opinion that «he and the quick mobilization of and tributes to his statesman-| 
ship ran an undercurrent of 


would because of his “strong /4 — at bbe 4 oe Hos- | . : : 

sense of duty.” Some said he pita etore t e operat on, re A Th W k t H tal |e ation. ntiernational News 

would run again because he was C4lled something the Chief Ex- Ss e or a Ospl The medical correspondent; Three youngsters of St. Ann's Orphan hower yesterday in the presence of Sister 

a soldier and would just as soon mag = in his say ge : ; 

a with his boots ' sion broadcast on the night o o " . 

—g : sytoong 'Feb. 29, when he announced his wee — ate pay ond ane cue — poapeses as mouse dent's operation would increase | 

Likes the Presidency candidacy for a second term. | President to do. 3 imembers of the First Family|ine chances of a new heart at-| - ; is 
“Some of my medical advis-| This was the feeling of Lt. during their vigil, he explained. |tack, since an operation would p=—=««—-RALEIGH HABERDASHER, WASHINGTON AND CHEVY CHASE——————< 


When Mr. Eisenhower finally = ~ 
announced his candidacy for a ¢™” he said then, “believe that' Col, Alfred V. Brad@ey, Post! When the President took ij] necessitate injections which, 


second term. he did not once @dverse effects on my health) , : while they reduce bleeding. 
use the word “euty.” nor See will be less in the presidency napeam, ~ ye = Saye mgr hemes =, would also increase the danger 
he used it since. And it is cer- *24" in any other position I Walter Reed en hand 4 the hos ital Col | of coagulation—the cause of a 
tain he had no thought of dying Might hold. They believe that Army Medical Bradiew said pirat, ‘\heart attack ia 
in the White House, in his boots ©cause of the watchful care Center, after ; | “Th 7 family w —- But the London Sunday 
or out of them. that doctors can and do ex- he looRed in on B é e Fie teied very 7 Times said that the operation all p . 

Those who feel they know ¢Tcise over a President, he the sleeping > shestein oF "We al eant performed on Mr. Eisenhower eee by evervbody 8 Dad 


the soldier-statesman pretty normally runs less risk of E i 5 en hower : ; : " would probably prevent his 
well are convinced that he Physical difficulty than do family _yester- about our work with prayers in trouble from recurring. 


: ’ * hearts.” -— ~ 
likes the Presidency. other citizens. This fact is prob-|day morning. our | “The illness.” said the Sun. . 
appy to hold on to it for ‘ J - " ay . 8 Ro alignant 
another four years. These|{@mily than to the Nation at visited the hos- oy |cohn E. Foster, a Methodist,'snq non-infective. As the sur 
same people scoff at the talk ‘@™8¢, but believing you may/pital’s execu- mm |attended the Eisenhowers on geons performed a radical oper- 
that Mrs. Eisenhower would|M@ve some interest in the point,/tive suite Bradle \Friday when the Chief Execu-| ation, the outlook should be ex 
like to leave the White House |! Wnted to inform you.” where Mrs. ’ — sal rushed to Walter Reed | tremely good.” 
’ . ; rs ospita : ‘ , : ’ . . oe 
_ settle down at Gettysburg : Eisenhower and Maj. John P yg Benen ny yg th om for Father s Dav ; Sunday . June iv th 
sponsibility of being First { €AMOUS ateau . 3 its of the Ballet School Show world was the number of tele- 
jMERt Swaling resuns © . . ' phone calls received at the 


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After the President had an- To Be Destroved | President's operation. The Ballet School of Dance |, S. Embassies. 
nounced his candidacy for a| 7 “They were both _ sleeping will hold its closing exercises; In London, an embassy 
second term, there was a flare-| Penters i'when I dropped in,” Col. Brad- Saturday at 8:30 p. m. in the spokesman reported a deluge 
up of what was called the} POITIERS. France. June 9 /¢y Said. “I was told the Presi-|auditorium of Banneker Junior of telephone calls from Britons 
“health issue.” However, as he|One of the finest chateaus in 2¢™t. was also resting very High School, according to Mrs. and from Americans in this SUMM ER 
went ahead with his duties,\western France. the 30-room| Wel.” Special rooms in the Therrell Smith, director. country. 
_ oe oe the Chateau de la Badonniere, will). ) — - ee — —— 

sue aimost vanished from the be destroyed by dynamite Sun-, : 
political arena. day ‘ or. ; | saat ; GINGHAMS 
oe ye with Adlai} The roof is rotten and water! | 
Stevenson in Florida and Cali-|has stained many of the wallis.| y 
fornia, this reporter never To repair it would cost a for- , oe S HATHAWAY eee 
once heard him refer directly) tunefand to Tent it or sell it | ~— : ' 
to the President's heart attack./in its present state is impos- —— o +e aay a , Vb sf 
bo tt onte 35> en of Rene Vill ite ees : PMS - / an . Y) Make Dad the best 
o it only two or three times. ner Rene Villemier tried | ee f ’ so ; eee : if) 
He would do this by saying that | to give it away but no one i YS &» | . Y dressed patio chef with 
heretofore a man was meas- would take it. So he’s, blowing ” ye | . - | n° es A : jf a cool imported English 
ured for the job (the Presi-|it up. gingham of sheer Egyp- 


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dency), but that now the job Be, 4 . ; | , 4 /// 
was being tailored for the man. | | ' | AA tian cotton. Zephyr- 
Adlai also would allude to it | | | ‘s J f/f weight for comfort, 

by saying: “The Old Guard is eo 7 t haw | tor | 

lurking in the wings with Mr. cm: Mat ay styled for lux- 
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France-Soir said that the Presi-| Asylum, 2200 California st. nw., offer Beata. 
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Averell Harriman of New York 

yesterday announced he would BEEF 

be an “active” candidate for the a : WILL RECEIVE eee 
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Certainly the announcement Hot Roll with Butter 

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him as an allout candidate 


L. Judson Morhouse, chair-' 
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hower might have to abandon | ‘ ; ; “nnn 
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eration was no more serious $] 35 m ‘ 
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fashion as well as comfort to Dad's leisure 


ia ar tee aveiate ‘sins | 7 : Arthur Murray's. Just pre- 
Us : > 

undergone last month by Gov sent your bill at the nearest life. The walk shorts are polished cotton, 
Harriman.” 


Morhouse predicted’ that | , “, that simple! And now imag 
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. Pentry Meuses 
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The sudden onset of the Pres- 
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_A4 Sunday, June 10, 1956 eeee 


"ON THE DISCOUNT CORNER 


5 Pe one ma, ee 9th & E Sts. N.W. 
Rebels Strike in Cities 4 ois _— new thnk FREE AT ANY 


As French Close 3 Traps "9 eee | OD oli iNer 


ALGIERS. June 9 (®—~French and today in an outbreak of of the natives in French ad-| 
troops tightened a circle about terrorism spreading from this | ministration. | 
three rebel nests in Algeria to- city eastward to Bone, 50 miles| To the west near the Moroc- 
av but rebels pp a iN from the Tunisian frontier. At can frontier, 80 rebels were! 

@ major cities at thes roar. | least 30 persons wefe injured pied 21 taken pri 4 al 

Well over a score of men and | , Poawees a6 & 

by a series of bombs thrown in whole area put again under 


women were killed yesterday the streets of Bone, Constantine 
- and Batna. French control. Small ships 


But far heavier tolls were in- landed Marines along the coast | 

BLINDS SALE —— St ving de Be: = to reinforce the 12th and 19th. 
nds y have e c & 

7 | three widely separated areas. Infantry Divisions which had 

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| designed to free key territories pincer operation called Opera- 


RUCKER das from rebel control so that ° ‘Al tion Zulu. 


s” can 
j gerian affairs officers 4 To the east near the Tunis-| 
1320 Wilson Bivd. JAckson 4-128 ) move in to restore confidence | | 
ian frontier, French troops 


a - sea ‘FOOT TOO HARD TO 668 launched a new raid during the . | | 
night, killed 23 rebels, cap-| . bs ; : _——_ Bs, Neem SUNDAY 
2 tured 15, and continued tight . 8 astenaaess moi 
ening an encirclement of the Associated Press Pp 
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this area were reported as 66 
225 others arrested. . 
: ; f thoes Newly independent Morocco Red Defense Minister Soviet Claims World | eas ae Cae ooh Stradley ef 
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AG Sunday, June 10, 1956 


ee — ee 


ote May Split Dutch Coalition 


|tics of Holland's two big politi-|end of their coalition in govern-| 
the Nether-'cal parties, the Catholics and ment for the first time since , 
. June 9—Election-eve tac-' the Socialists, may mean the World War II. 


Reuters 
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Holland's traditional political | 


Sealm is being ruffied as the 
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The outcome, according to po-| 
litical observers, depends on 
only a few thousand votes 
which could make either the 
Socialist or the Catholic Party 
the country’s strongest. They 
currently hold 30 seats apiece 
although the Socialists gained 
16,000 more votes in the last 
election. 

The Socialists are trying to 


break the bond between church | 


and State. The struggle between 
“denominational” and “politi- 
cal” parties is the burning issue 
of the election. 

The Socialists and the Cath- 
olics also disagree on the ques- 
tion of raising rents on pre-war 
houses, 
10 years 

Should the Catholics emerge 
as the largest party. some 
Socialists have indicated they 
would rather go into opposition 
than form another coalition 
with the Catholics and com- 
promise their principles 


Tito Resumes Talks 


Reu'rrs 

MOSCOW, June %—Presi- 
dent Tito of Yugoslavia today 
resumed talks with Soviet lead- 
ers two hours after returning 
by train from a two-day visit 
to Leningrad 

It was the second formal dis- 
cussion between Tito and So- 
viet leaders Nikolaj Bulganin 
and Nikita Khrushchev \ 
Yugoslav spokesman said the 
meeting was a “continuation of 
the exchange of views.” 

The New York Herald Trib 
une News Service reported that 
Tito and the Soviet leaders dis 
cussed “the development of so- 
cialism in the world.”] 

Tito leaves Sunday 
weeklong tour of South Russia 


He will resume his talks with 


Soviet leaders on his return. 


Cypriot Arsonists Strike 
Re 
NICOSIA, Cyprus, 


ters 


for a 


June 9 


Associated Press 


Adenauer Welcomed in New York 


Dr. Heinz Krekeler (left), West German Am- | 

States, ) 
West German Chancellor Konrad Ade- 
nauer, his daughter, Libet, and son, Konrad 
after their arrival at Idlewild Airport, 


bassador te the United 


Jr... 


frozen for more than, pledge to exiled Archbishop 


Makarios to remain faithful to 
his leadership in the campaign 
for Cyprus’ union with Greece 

, S5O0-vearold Greek-Cypriot 
was found murdered today at 
the Turkish-Cypriot village of 
Kalochorion 

In Nicosia, Cypriots evicted 
from houses and stores last 
March as a collective punish 
ment after the murder of a 
British police sergeant, were to 
day handed back their keys and 
told they could return to thei 
premises 


Reservists Wreck 
Strasbourg Barracks 


Reu:er 
STRASBOURG, France, June 
9—Police were rushed to a bar- 
racks in Strasbourg today when 
reservists due to leave for 
North Africa hurled furniture 
and equipment out windows 
into the street below 
Order was restored in time 
for the reservists—one battalion 
—to leave normally 


June 


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—_— ——— 


Soviet Aid Offer 
Is News in Haiti 
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, 
9 m—The Republic of 
Hait.s today professed ignor- 
ance of reports that Russia is 
prepared to lend it $100 million 
Secretary of State Jacques 
Francois said yesterday that no 
Soviet official had approached 
the administration of President 
Paul Magloire with such an of- 
fer. U. S. Ambassador Roy 
Tasco Davis said his office knew 
nothing of the matter. 


Officials here said the report 
of a possible loan may have 


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Adenauer 


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‘Danish Leader Warns 


Red Ships Reported Sunk 


Against Ending NATO TAIPEH, Forrffosa, June 9 


COPENHAGEN, June o—H. 
C. Hansen, the Danish Prime 
said tonight that re- 


‘Minister, 
‘cent developments in the Soviet 
‘Union and Eastern Europe did 


not mean that NATC had ful- 
filled its purpose and could be 
| abandoned | 


| He told the Foreign Press As- 
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\icarity in building a common 
defense system had played a 
decisive part in achieving the 
‘change in Soviet poli 
\welcomed recent developm 


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‘The Nationalist Chinese Air 
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west of Matsu Island in the Na- 
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and TIMES HERALD 
. Juste 10, 1956 


as ° Hie 


Nixon Backs 


Increased 


Red Contacts! 


Vice President Richard M. 
Nixon's appeal for an exchange 
of visitors with Soviet Russia, 
made Thursday night in «a 
s h at Easton, Pa., may fore 
shadow a more vigorous exploi. 
tation of relaxed Iron Curtain 
travel barriers. 

For months, the Administra. 
tion has vacillated in its ap 
proach to the exchange situ 
ation, It has alternated between 
encouragement of these ex. 
changes and discouragement of 
them. The Vice President, in 
his Easton speech, voiced some 
doubts anu emphasized some of 
the risks. But he came out flatly 
for a stepped-up travel inter- 


course between this country) 
and Russia | 

The President's sudden ill- 
ness tended to detract from the 
attention Nixon's statement’ 
otherwise would have attracted. 
Moreover, press association cov-| 
erage emphasized exchange! 
with non-<cormitted countries, 
instead of with Iron Curtain 
countries themselves 

After urging aggressive pros- 
ecution of the “war for men’s. 
minds” in neutral areas of the! 
world, Nixon turned to the pos- 
sibility of increased contacts; 
with" ‘people behind the Iron 
Curtain.” | 

“Today.” he said. “we can 
have such contacts almost for! 
the asking.” 

“If the present trend con 
tinues in the Soviet Union and 
in many satellite countries,” he 
said, ~ will be possible to 
meet broadly with these peo- 
ples, to exchange ideas. to com-| 
7: our respective ways of! 


Nixon acknowledgéd that 
many Americans were skeptical 
and fearful of tricks and espio- 
nage. He said he did not fully 
share these fears and thought 
“the explosive power of free- 
dom is greater than the com 
Bined effect of all the atomic 
and hydrogen weapons in the 
world today.” 

He thought that whatever 
Soviet motives might be that 
freedom would be “served by 
breaking through the Iron Cur 
tain wherever an opportunity is 
presented.” 

The plain implication of the 
Nixon statement is that the 
Government may be about to 
resolve its doubts and fears, and 
is preparing to encourage great 
er interchange of visitors. On 
other occasions, Nixon has 
frequently tipped-o.w similar on- 
coming changes of policy 


Underground 
Plan of Reds 
Told to House 


By Dean W. Dittmer 
United Press 

The House Committee on Un.- 
American Activities said yester- 
day it has uncovered a secret 
directive transferring control 
of the Communist Party in the 
United States “to a tightly con- 
trolled underground appara- 
tus.” 

“The overall purpose,” the 
committee said in a statement 
“ig to disassociate the party 
from illega! activities so that 
it can pursue the new ‘peace- 
ful’ objectives of the Com- 
munist conspiracy. At the same 
time, tha underground appara- 
tus will continue the party's 
program of subversion to de- 
sar the Government.” 

airman Francis E. Walter 
(D-Pa.) said the discovery shows 
the Free World faces “a men- 
ace far greater in scope, far 
more powerful ip dynamics, 
than in Hitler's heydey.” 

The committee said detailed 
instructions in the directive set 
the party up as a front while 
real control goes underground 


French Claim 
Disputed Islands 


MANILA, June 9 (®—France 
has become the fifth party to 
lay claim to a group of disputed 
islands in the South China Sea 
Others are Nationalist China. 
Red China, South Vietnam and 
8 Filipino national] 

The French Charge d’Affaires 
here notified the Philippine 
Foreign Office here that the 
Spratiy chain belonged to 
France “by virtue of occupation 
in 1932-33.’ 

The controversy. now in its 
third week, began when Tomas 
Cloma, a former Filipino news- 
man, landed a group of Fili- 
pines on several of the islands 
inthe chain half way between 
the Philippines and Indochina 
and filed notice of ownership. 


Reform Judaism 


Campaign Rally 
Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath of 
New York, President of the 
Union of American Hebrew 
Congregations, will speak at an 
area-wide Reform Judaism cam. 
paign dinner Tuesday at 6:30 
m. at the Washington Hebrew 
Ongregation, Massachusetts 
ave. and Mavomb st. nw 
Punds * nm: the campaign wil! 
be used to maintain the Ungon 
of American Hebrew Congrega-. 
tions and the Hebrew Union 
CollegeJewish Institute of Re- 
ligion. 


CAMERA beer= 
REPAIRS (jit 


Fast Service Full Guarantee 
REASONABLE PRICES 
Estimates without ebligetion 


THE HUB’S GREATEST 


P THES a8 


ea 
All Items-on Sale at All Three 


Tth & D Store Open Mon. & Thurs. 


“= Ae? \ 
f = i -a ® f ’ . 


AS 


Nights ‘ti 


Our Reg. $13.95 


HAMMOCK & 
STEEL STAND 


Ste 


Sturdy stend end red 
canvas hammock. Won't 
flip over. Easy te move. 


Our Reg $4.99 
STEEL 
PORCH CHAIR 


—" 


All steel chair fer porch 
or lawn, Choice of red, 
green or yellow enamel. 


Our Reg. $24.95 
ALUMINUM 
CHAISE 


16” 


Comfortable centeur 
chaise with colertul Seran 
weatherproof plastic. 


Our Reg. $22.95 
8-WAY 
PLAY GYM 


+] 5 


Big and sturdy — provides 
s whole playeround of 
fun fer the kids 


Our Reg. $12.98 
OCCASIONAL 
TV CHAIR 


+3. 


Covered in washable plas 


hic, choice of red or green 


Our Reg. $39.95 
MODERN 
ROCKER 


967° | 


Has med oak arms. mod. 
ern tweed cover in choice 
of beautiful new colors 


Our Reg. $59.95.$79.95 
ODD DOUBLE 
DRESSERS 


$38 :% 


Assorted styles and fin 
ishes Mirrer included 
Left owt ef suites 


th & DTD St. Onls 


Our Reg. $359.50 
T-PIECE DINING 
ROOM SUITE 


‘973° 


In timed oak or Cordovan 
Buffet, china, extension 
table and 4 side chairs. 


Our Reg. $219.85 


3-PIECE BED- 
ROOM SUITE 


166° 


Dresser, Chest, Bed in sil 
ver grey finish. 


Our Reg. $109.95 
3-PC. GENUINE 
MAPLE BEDROOM 


‘73° 


Salem finish genuine 
maple dresser with mir- 
ror, chest and bed 


Our Reg. $298.95 
3-PC, CHERRY 
BEDROOM 


“17 8° 


Dresser, Chest, 
genuine cherry. 
D only. 


Bed in 
Th & 


Our Reg. $329.95 
3-PC. LIMED OAK 
BEDROOM 


+] 96° 


Double dresser. 
chest and bookcase bed 
in limed oak veneers 


mirror, 


Res. $24.95 te $39.95 
MODERN 
PANEL BEDS 


$892 


Assorted beds left over 
from bedroom swites 
Double and Twit sizes. 


Reg. $12.95 to $24.95 
ASSORTED 
NIGHT TABLES 


$5.88 


Left over from bedroom 


suites. Choice of finishes. 


BEDROOM. SUITES 


Lawson Leunge Chair 
C evered 
trim. Hes T-ceshion 


Modern. Occasional Chair 


Metallic cover. Rich colers. 


Large Lounge Chair 


Tepheltstered tm brewer 


Pillow Back Swivel Recker 
tapestrr 
Tth 42 D Ste. ently 


Kauckle Arm 


upholstery 


Grip 


Foam Rubber Centour Cheir 
Plastic and metalite combination 


Chetee ef coler 
Swivel Platferm Rocker 


covers 


Metallic cover with pillew tree 


back and see 


Occasional Cheir 


€heice metaiiic er tweed 


Platform Rocker 
Mahecany 
the or tapestry cever 


Lawson Arm Chair 


Larce sive with attractive red 


or screy metaiiic cover 


Foam Rubber Swivel 
Modern caver in 
beautifal new colers 


Innerspring Mattress and 


Box Spring on Legs 


39° Width Hollywood Bed 
innersprin mat 
ber costa 2 legs 


Rubber Divan 


Ideal for living reem or bedroom 


Hollywood Bed 


Peebullt mattress and sterdiiy 


Tein sise 
trees aon 


Solid Foam 


“Eclipse” 


made bea spring on legs 


Hollywood with Foam Rubber 


Svieen feam cushioned mattress 


and bes spring 


Modern Plastic Headboard 


Vith bellt-im bed ite 


Plastic 39-inch Headboards 


cheice of coelers 


Twin size 


in @Gamesk with fringe 


sree (OF 
sreen. Meheairc Friese fabric 


cever 


orm cripe with plas- 


Rocker . 95 
ef 79 


choice 


AS 6s 
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Reg. NOW 


354 35 $33°%5 
9S $38°°° 
$69-78 
119% $6849 
$49-74 
$B 48 
$699 


$QQ <h 


‘79° 
$} 5,95 
$9.9: 


FAMOUS BRAND BEDDING 


Sealy & Eclipse Mattresses 


Prebellt tenerepring with firm 


mit and quality ticking 


Innerspring Mattresses 
innerspringe construction 
tractive ticking 


"Dreamrest™” Mattress 


Mes innersering construction 


“President” 
te match 


Sealy 


Lise bon spring 


Mattress & Box Spring Sets $ 
Res vant 98 129 


Sealy “Ambassador” 
Sise Dex spring te match 


Solid Feam m Rusee | Sets 
size 


famous 
mattress t "Ses spring 


Meple Bunk Bed 
ond tos ladder 
Foldaway Bed 


40) steel 


Limed Oak Bunk Beds 


Complete with ladder and 


“MAGIC REST” * 
PRE-BUILT MATTRESS 
Bex Spring 


#79 
At- 


Mattress 


Mattress 


. 2 springs. cuaerd rail 
bed with mattress 


reall 


te match 824.99 


Res. NOW 


$59 q¢ 
$30 )s 
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909, $5 g.86 
$59.9 $38.% 


$99.95 
*79 


$] 9-8 


+40 95 es 
919-% 
$79.5 $44. 
69° $qgse 
999° $6240 , 
8 $387 
$96 
17-9 
>39 95 $26°*° 
+59: 


HOLLYWOOD BEDS 


$99-%5 
‘119 


$19.98 
69° sqgse 
93 $68 2° 


39 $5 6-20 
~ $49. 95 $24: 


2-Pc. Sofe-Bed Suite 


Medern stvle and cover 


2-Pc. Sota-Bed Suite 


In nubby tweed. Sleewse ton 


2-Pe. Kreehler Suite 


Mederm sofa opens inic 


fell-size bed Matchine choir. 


2-Pc. Sofa-Bed Suite 


In modern bouche fabrics 


3Pe. Wrought Iren Suite 


m mederm deverastor fabrics. 


+ 2-Pc. Maple Sefa-Bed 
Suite by Chariton 


arly American pattern 


Modern Sleeperette 
Brand new metallic cover 


Modern Nylon Sofe-Bed 


In fine quality ayvien 


Eclipse Foam Sleep Sofs 
With foam rebber casbion: 


Simmons Hideabed Sofas 
Modern strle and fabric 


Eclipse Sleep Sofs 


T-cushion style 


2c. Kroehler Sote-Bed 


Sefa opens te sheen two 


medern 


5149 sgqm 
3108-48 
*158:% 
$137-48 


$148 20 
$34.66 
$79.98 

$169-49 

$1780 


163° 
$1960 


RUGS OF ALL KINDS 


9 and 12 Fr 
Twist Carpet 
Grey. green and neiria. se 


Red ond green fiorsl. se 


Felt Base Linoleum Rugs 


Salt tile and flere! designs 


Sculptured Cotton Rugs 
leaf 
aa sreyr. Tth &2 D 


9x12 Axminster Rugs 


Width All Wool 


NOW 


$6:97 


$3-99 


va 


12 Ft. Wool Axminster Carpet 
va 


$5.9 


pattern in #ereen 
Sts. ently 


Weel and raven in leaf satiern 


Oriental Design Cotton Rugs 
%, 


“iers woven 
ine ‘beck 
designs 


6x? Congoleum & Quaker 


Felt Base Rugs 


pieccntinesd: petterns. ih 


D Street oni 


threw te 
Persian and Sarouk 


A 


BREAKFAST & DINETTE SETS 


5-Pc. Wrought tren and 
Oak Dinette Set 


Wreegkht ires Sebte hes eak 


Plenk tes. 4 chair 


5-Pc. 36x36x60 Dinette Set 


Reund wrought iren tabic has 


mariite tep. 4 chairs 


7-Pc. Douglas Dinette 
Family 
arm cBai 


size table. & side and | 


$99.99 
» $69-90 
5 $98.70 


5-Pc. Medern Chrome & Pileas- 


tie Dinette Set 
Extension 
ing chreme chairs 


5-Pc. 30x48x60 Dinette 
Wreecht iren table 
tone marble tes. 4 side 
5-Pc. Chrome & Plastic 
Modern Dinette Set 

30240% 

ing chal¥s 
7-¥c. King Size Dinette 


B6n48n60 chrome  tabdie 


table with 4 match- 


has twe- 
chairs 


plastic tep. 4 maich 


wm °119° 


red, ereemn or yellow shades. 


$48.80 

> $77.60 
79% $5 7-90 
$89.80 


3-Pc. Modern Walnut 
Bedroom Suite 


Dresser od pane! bed. in 
walnut veneer 


3-Pc. Blonde Mah. Suite 
Triple dresser chest and 
bookcase be 


3-Pc. Cordovan Bedroom 
Deuwuble dresser, chest and 
beekease be 


3-Pes Limed Oak Bedroom 
oun” Stesthe 


3-Pc. Grey Bedroom 


Triple dresser, chest and 
case bed 


3-Pc. Cordovan Bedroom 
Deuble dresser. chest send 
full-sise bed 

3-Pc. Blonde Bedroom 


Dresser. chest, beckcase bed 


3-Pc. Mahogany Bedroom 
15th century vanite dresser 
with mirrer. chest and bed 
3-Pc. Genuine Colonia! 
Maple Bedroom 

Dresser. chest and bed 
3-Pc. Limed Oak Swite 


Deuble dresser. chest and 
beekcase bed 


*1387° 


$144 -%6 
369% #23940 
249° $194, 
209% $1267 
249° $168 
$78 :* 
$178 °° 


. 4 arn ") 
“ 4 
LUG 


S249 “kk 
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ra) 


Living Room Suites & Sofas 


2-Pc. Modern Suite 
Upholstered in emart red or 
turquoise fabrics. 


2-Pc. King-Size Mod. Suite 
Living Reem suite in char- 
coal or chartreuse boucie 


Lawson Love Seat 

In fine nvyten. cocoa. cold 
or sage esreen 

2-Pc. Medern Massive 


Suite 
Has solid foam rubber cush 
jens and fine nyilen cover 


2-Pc. “Rowe” Suite 
Has foam rubber cushions 
cevered in smart new colers 


2-Pc. “international” 


Living Room Suite 
Medern oversive scuile at 7th 
and D Sis. only 


2-Pc. Kroehler Suite 
Cevered in syimerized fabric 
im red. teast. tueraeueise 


2-Pc. Modern Swite 
In beautiful nvyien 
of red. beige or steen 


Handsome Duncan Phyfe 


or Regency Sofes 
Your cheice ef rich tapestre 
or damask uphelster» 


2-Pc. Wrought iron Suite 
Wreurht tren and 
suite-for living reem er 


of) 
eheice * 
— 


Reg NOW 


$179% $118.9 


$3909 35 $288:°° 
$190.35 $79-9 


299% $218% 
$2284 
3258 
$1694 
188% 
14440 


$7Q:3: $59.86 


DINING ROOM SUITES 


7c. Ranch Oak Jr 
Dining Room Suite 
Beffet. chine. Extension 
table and 4 chairs 


9-Pc. 18th Century 
Mahogany Dining Room 
Buffet. china. table. & sides 
and 1 arm chair 

7-Pc. Junior Dining Room 
In timed eak or cordevan 
fimish 

6-Pc. Mahogany Jr. Swite 
18th Century buffet. exten- 
sien table and 4 chairs 

6-Pc. Junior Dining Room 
Limed oak with plastic tee 


French Provincial 7-?c 


Dining Room Suite 
Beautiful trait wees finish 
Tth and D Sts. only 


~~ 


Reg. NOW 


449% $998.0 
449° $3388 
359 $978. 
$939;70 $17 8:80 
259” 1864 
425° $249% 


Our Reg. $49.95 


DOUBLE DOOR 
CEDAR ROBE 


+98: 


Solid red cedar wardrobe 
in natural wood finish. — 


Our Reg. $49.95-$69.95 
ODD DRESSERS 
AND CHESTS 


Assorted finishes. Left out 
of modern and traditional 
suites. 


Our Reg. $19.95 
UPHOLSTERED 
Vanity BENCHES 


$3.99 ; 


Fer TV viewing or bed- 
reom. 


Our Reg. $8.95 
16-PC. CANNON 
TOWEL SET 


—e 


Towels, bath and kitchen 
cleths. Cheice @f colors. 


7 


Our Reg. $109.95 
Duchess Wringer 
WASHER 


‘73° 


Brand new full skirt mod- 
el with. porcelain tub. 
Hes safety wringer. 

At? & D St. only! 


at each store. 


Our Reg. $249.95 
GE 8 CU, FT. 
REFRIGERATOR 


] 58”° 


Has large storage capac- 
ity. S-year warranty. One 


Our Reg. $199.95 
FAMOUS MAKE 
REFRIGERATOR 


116” 


Brand new 6-cubic-foet re 
frigerator. Fleer samples. 
One af each store... 


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Begins Monday 
At All 3 Big 
HUB Stores 


The Hub beats the drums to bring yo 


seen in Washington! We made gigan 


facturer’s close-outs at spectacular red 
store! And the savings are tremendouw 
Never before such selection, such style 
ognize on sight. Some one of a kind, 
shop early at all three Big HUB Stores. 


Limited Quantities! 
No Mail or Phone Orders! 


NO MONE 


Easiest Ter 


WASHINGTON'’S LARGEST ' 


Open Daily 7 ‘ l, A ® ‘ 


9:30 te 6 p.m. 


NORTHEA 


BENNING RD. & 


Open 10 a.m, to 9 p.m 


ARLINGTO 


655 N. GLEBE 


Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m 


A 


SALE IN 53 YEARS 


p THES wu8 


THE) WP 


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“Stores Unless Stated Otherwise 


> 4 


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ete 
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aebeon. 


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the greatest parade of bargains ever 
ic purchases! We scooped up manu- 
ctions. We slashed prices all thru the 
... from 25% to as much as 75%. 
. Plenty of famous names you'll rec- 


some samples. SO HURRY! Plan to 


All Sales Final! 
None Sold to Dealers! 


DOWN! 


s in Town! 


JITURE STORES SINCE 1902 


| HUB 


) D SVE. cnenena 
ST STORE 


AINNESOTA AVE. 
Daily. Free Parking 


N STORE 
)., PARKINGTON 


Daily. Free Parking 


A 


Both Branch 


Stores Open Every Night Until 9 


Our Reg. $109.95 
7-PC. CHROME 
DINETTE 


+69" 


30x48x60 chrome * ext 
table plus 5 chrome side 
and | arm chair 


Our Reg. $29.95 
MATTRESS OR 
BOX SPRING 


1” 


innerspring mattress or 


bex spring. Art ticking. 


Our Reg. $149.95 
Modern 2-Pc. 
Sofa Bed Suite 


+89-" 


Sofa bed and matching 
chair im medern tweed 
covers. 


Our Reg. $189.95 
POSTURE-BILT 
SLEEP SOFA 


+] 93°’ 


Lawson arm style with in- 
nerspring maftress. 


Our Reg. $179.95 


2-PC, SIMMONS 
SOFA BED SUITE 


$7 99° 


Famous Simmons quality 
Sofa opens to sleep two 
Comfortable cheir te 
match. 


Our Reg. $84.95 
LAWSON 
SOFA BED 


sag: 


Makes into a full-size bed 
in red or green tapestry 


Our Res. $79.95 
PREBUILT — 
HOLLYWOOD BED 


ds i 


Famous EZ-Rest prebuilt 
Hollywood bed for com- 
plete sleeping comfort 


ow 


— 


Daveno Slipcovers 
Twili and berkeleth 


Cannon Summer Blankets 
Lightweight cotten. 2 for 


Criss-cross Ruffled Curtains 

72" or 

th & D and WN. E 

Lined Draw Draperies 

90” single windew width 

th &2 D end N. E. onir. 

1S Sample Bedspreads 

ree om i asserted gat- 
os s 1.9% & 

Plastic Covered Hasrocks 


Reund or seuare in red. green 
erey. 


SUMMER FURNITURE 


Aluminum Centour Chaise 
Has esdjustadlie back 


5 Blade Lawn Mower 
Heavy duty. rubber tires 


Aluminum Settee Glider 
Lightweight and comfertabdie 


Hammock and Stand 
Steel stand & canvas hammock 


Metal Summer Chair 


Cheice of red. screen or vellow 


Aluminum Folding Chair. 
Hes Saran back and seat 


MIRRORS AND LAMPS 


26x2Minch Plate Mirror 


With masonite back 


24x36-Inch Beveled Mirror 


Plate clase with masonite back 


24x36-Inch Etched Mirror 


Deluxe plete gsilass 


Smart Modern Table Lamps 


Clever new styles 14.95 te 


Assorted Floor Lamps 
Reautiful styles. Reg. 824.95 


Reg. NOW 
+18 3S $8-99 
4 95 $10-** 
26% $12.66 
$99 3S $1Q-*8 
32.95 $qQ.0 


SMALL APPLIANCES 


2-Slice Automatic Toaster 


Chreme finish light or dark 


Food & Drink Ble-A-r 
rand New 18054 Medel 
Electric Roto-Broiler 


With seetemetic terning spit 


Hand Vacuum Cleaner 
Famous make. fully suaranteed 


Electric Sandwich Grill 


Grills. teasts. fries—auteomatic 


$0 ch 
49° 


$16.95 


~/ 


FANS OF ALL KINDS 


Famous Welch Hassock Fan 
Cireulates air witheut drafts 


GE Twin Window Fans 


Biews het air eut. cool air in 


GE Roll-a-Bout Fan 
Powerful fan on wheels 


Vornade Turnabout Fen 


Biews het sir eat. cool air in 


Powerful GE Table Fan 


Quiet and dependabdiec 


10-inch Oscillating Fan 


Ry famous maker! Brand new 


. Now 
“36” $288 
$59.9 $43.88 
, $59.9 $43.88 
$24.95 $97.99 


MISCELLANEOUS 


capacity 


6 Cu. Fr 
Refrigerator 
Fally cusranteed 

9.2 Cu. Ft. Famous Make $& 


New. Fully sderenteed 


Famous Make - 


8 Cu. Ft. General Electric 5S 
Brand new. still in the crate 


$ 
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7.3 Admiral Refrigerator ¢ 
Bic eapecity. low price. 


7-7 Cy, FP. Gen. Electric § 


Rrand new. still in the erate. 


9.1 Cu. Ft. Frigidaire 


New . & year warranty 


1] Cu Ft. Frigidaire Ss 
Brand new model hure 
Guaranteed 

10.3 Admiral S 
Freeser refrigerater. Brand 
new. Goaraenteed 


$900.95 
~ / ww 


NOW 


$1162 
+167“ 
$158.70 
$136.40 
$14,7-60 
$157.99 
95925 $199.70 
299° $236-%° 
369° $268 


199° 
249 
249° 
195” 
189° 
189" 


FAMOUS TELEVISION 


Sparton “21” Series 
Mahegany consele cadine' 


Sparten “21” Series . 
Mahesany console cadinet 
Emerson “21” Series € 
Blende console cadinet 


Emerson “17” Series . 
Table Model KS 


Terrifie value! 


Emerson “21” Series a 
Table Model > 


sictere. modern 


Series TV 


- 
> 
> 


Clear 


Bendix “21” 


with Base 
New table model with base 
te match. 


Admiral “21” Series + 
Combination 

TV. radie and pheonesraph 
Emerson “21” Series 


Console > 
Clear pietere. lovely cabinet 


Bendix “21” Series Con S 


sole 
Aluminised Pictare Tubde 


Goodyear Foam Rubber Pillow 


Selid foam by famous maker 


| Famous Make Radio Phone 


Levely. medern console 


3-Sneed Record Player 


Portable. electric. 3 speeds 


100° 


Has 5 


Crystal Chandelier 


arms. imeerted prisms 


Outdoor Grill on Wheels 


Ideal fer backyard barbecues 
Assorted Framed Pictures 


All styles. sises. res. $7.95 te 


All-Steel Clothes Hamper 


In cheice of beautiful coclers 
28-inch Unfinished Chest 


Sturdily made from knetty pine 


Unfinished Pine Bookcase 


Very sturdy. full 24 inches wide 


26-inch English Bicycle 


Boy er cirl medel with sears 


8-Way Outdoor Piay Gym 


Swing. skyride. trapert. ete 


Lane Modern Cedar Chest 


Famous space-saver model, 


» 


259% $196 
459° $2980 
189% #13870 
239° $1762 
229% $169 
629% $388 


269° #197-% 
249° $186-7° 


Reg. NOW 
ae i $6: 
*160°811g 66 


‘+? 
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49% $3 g.69 
22: $1695 
29% $4.9. 


Ad-inch Oversink Cabinet 
All-stee] im white enamel! 
4-Shelf Utility Cabinet 
All-stect, white enamel finish 


Modern Space-Saver Cabinet 


Sieres moas everything. = doers 
“ 


Chrémé Dinette Chair 
Colerfal plastic seat sad back 
Cabinet Base with Drawer 
All steel. white enamel finish 


Jumbo Utility Cabinet 


All steel. white ename! finich 


Cordevan Mahogany Tables 
Plastic teps end brass trim 


Leather Top Mahogany Tables 


Mahogany. brase trim. casters 


Modern timed Oak Tables 


Cecktall or lamp. Tth 2 D ents 


18th Century Mahog. Tables 


Gless tens cheice af stvies 


Parquet Top Mahogany Tables 


Cheese cocktail. step or lame 


Limed Oak & Black Desk 


Modern style with drawer 


Limed Oak Desk Ensemble 
Desk. chair and biotter «et 


Mahogany Finished Bookcase 


5 shelves with two glass doors 


Limed Oak Tables—Close Ov 


Cocktail or end £19.95 ts 


Mahogany Bachelor Chest 


Has 4 drawers. serpentine front 


Solid Birch Play Yard 


Rells on casters 


Folding Baby Stroller 


Piaid combination red er dive 


Blonde Birch High Chair 


Adjustable tray decal trim 


Adjustable Birch Crib 


Cemplete with spring, drop side 


Thayer Full Panel Crib 
Deuble droo side. tecthing rat! 
Thayer Folding Carriage 


Carriage remeves for car bed 


WASHERS & DRYERS 


Farmous Make Washer 
Rafety Wringer 


Duchess Wrincer Washer <‘ 


Washes ® ibs 
Tth &2 D Only 
Wringer Washer 


With famous GE meter 


ef clothes 


GE Automatic Washer 


New—original cartons 


Whirlpeo!l Automatic 
Washer 
7 rinees. Gete clothes clean 


Frigidaire Washer 


Completely automatic 


Whirlpool Dryer 
Rrand new electric dryer 
Frigidaire Dryer 


Brand new. fully guaranteed 


NOW 


$6 8-20 
$7 8-90 
$87.40 
$199-95 


168: 
$188:°° 
$] 76° 
$13.4 -80 


Reg. 


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CO C¢ 


Our Reg. $239.95 
2-PIECE 
LIVING ROOM 


+] 69° 


Modern style suite in 
genuine nylor with foam 
rubber cushions 


Our Reg. $29.95 
9x12 
COTTON RUGS 


$19-* 


Mas fringed ends. latex 
back. 10 levely colors to 
choose from 


Our Reg. $19.95 


REVERSIBLE 
FIBRE RUGS 


14:9 


9x12 reversible rugs for 
double wear. Choose grey, 
green or beige 


Our Reg. $54.95 


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THE WASHINGTON POST. 
and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, June 10, 1956 


AQ 


India Weighs 
Soviet Plane 
Fleet Offer * 


NEW DELHI, India, June.s 
?—Official sources today said 
ithe Indian government is Be 
gotiating “actively” with Rus 
sia for the purchase of a fleet 
of Soviet lIlyushin-14 airliners 
for its nationalized internal air- 
ilines 

Two Russian aviation experts 
have arrived in New Delhi for 
discussions with the Indian 
Ministry of Communications 
and the government-owned In- 
dian Airlines Corp. Soviet Dep 
uty Premier A. |. Mikoyan 
|last March proposed the sale of 
/Russian aircraft while he wes 
on a trade promotion tour of 
Asia 

He told Indian government 
and airlines officials the Se 
viets were in @ position to sup 
ply twin-engine Ilyushin (rans 
ports immediately at bargain 
prices 

Aviation sources here seid 
discussions centered on the itt 
mediate delivery of six llyushin 
transports, which carry up to 
32 passengers each 
| One report said the Russiens 
were willing to furnish the 
transports at about $210,000 
eacn 


Dance Floor 
Collapses; 16 
Die, 37 Hurt 


| MADRID, June 9 @—A foét 
collapsed beneath a wedding 
party and crashed into another 
party on the floor below last 
might Killing 16 persons, five 
of them children 

Thirty-six persons were in- 
jured, two critically 

The collapse sent 60 wedding 
guests crashing into the midds? 
of a party celebrating a bap 


e guests were dancing on 
econd floor of an old build 
on Madrid's north side 
the floor gave way after 


ride Angela Ramos Vaz 
aquesz. 21. suffered fractures of 
oth legs. Bridegroom Toma 
Rodrigues Diez, 26, escaped 
with light injuries ) 

“There was no warning,” 
said Tomas Gomaz. “I was dant 
ing and we suddenly fell.” 

Police firemen and Rec 
Cross workers worked through 
out the night to free scream 
ing victims and remove. thi 
bodies. The city’s 52 ami 
lances shuttled the victim 
from the scene as they #7 
found. 


Cabinet Crisis 
Ends in Lebanon 


Rewulers 

BEIRUT, Lebanon, June 8- 
Abdullah el Yafi, who resignec 
as premier Wednesday, formet 
anew government today omit 
ting only two of his former mina 
isters 

His resignation was the re 
sult of a dispute over recon 
struction plans for areas devas 
tated by an earthquake Marcel 
16 

The two ministers who wer 
dropped were Emile Bustans 
Public Works and Reconstruc 
tion) and George Hakim (Na 
tional Economy). Newcomers tc 
ihe Cabinet are Alfred Nac 
cache, Minister of Justice, anc 
Fouad Ghosn, Minister of Edu 
cation and Posts and Tele 


graphs 


McNeill to Speak 
At Flag Day Rites 


Robert H. McNeill, Treasure? 
Generdgl of the Sons of the 
American Revolution, will ad 
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day at Eiks Lodge No. 15 and 
Thursday on the h ospitm) 
grounds of Soldiers Home 

ks Boys’ Band will alse 
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a 0 Sunday, June 10, 1956 eeeer 


Text of Doctors’ News Conference R 


Associated Press 
Here is a transcript of the 
mews conference ™m which Ma). 
Gen. Leonard D. Heaton, Com- 
mandant of Walter Reed Hos- 
pital, discussed President Ei 
senhower's operation 10 inches’ 


JAMES C. HAGERTY, White) HEATON — This 
House Press Secretary—As you area here (indicating)—will, of 
know, ladies and gentlemen, course, not be used 
the doctors have been up for) @—Will it ever have to come 
some time—have had very little ©Ut, sir? 
sleep. Dr. Snyder has had kss HEATON—We do not believe 
than all of us. But they did so. It is the considered opinian 
all want to come down here and of the surgeons at the table. 
discuss the President's case and also some leading gas- 
with you troenterologists of this coun- 


movement before was in this 
direction, you see (indicating) 
the movement now. 

Q—What happens to the bad 


will — this 


I must remind you that they ‘TY, that this procedure is ade-, 


quate. 

Q—Doctor, could you trace in 
red the—what the original 
walls of the small and large in- 
testine were before you made 
the vent? (Heaton did so.) 

Q—What is the advantage of 


are doctors and not politicians 
In introducing them, on my 
left is Dr. Isidor Ravdin. John 
Ray Barton Professor of Sur- 
gery. University of Pennsylva 
nia School of Medicine, chair- 
man of the board of regents of leaving it in’? I should think it 
the American College of Sur ould b at 2 blemake 
gery and a member of the _— ee ee . 
American Surgical Association. Like “Hard Rubber Hose” 


On my right is Maj. Gen HEATON—Because, as | pre 
Leonard D. Heaton, command- viously stated, It has been 
ing officer of Walter Reed and found that particularly in this 
the only Army surgeon in the age group, the over-age group, 
United States that is a member this segment. when left in, will 
of the American Surgical] Asso- not cause trouble 
ciation, which is composed of Q—Doctor, what caused 
235 surgeons disease in the diseased 

On my extreme right, Maj. inches. do you know’ 
Gen. Howard Snyder. the Presi HE \TON—The origin 
dent's pérsonal physician and a ~ontioned in the first 
fellow of the American College is unknown 
of Surgeons since 1922 " Q—Doctor, what 
Heaton Reads like — inflamed — 

d what’ 

| will now turn this meeting  WeaTON—It was markedly 
over to the doctors. and Dr a 4 nd had 
Heaton has a statement which contracted, inflamed, a 

the consistency of a hard rub 
he will read slowly , 


“ ber hose 
Sn = Ty ‘he post-operat Doctor, were there any In 
: , . ive 

e ttacks of 
condition of the President is Se ee negroes: 
excelient, and we have every HEATON— As we saw here at 
expectation of a normal con the time? 4: 
rapid and complete recovery nation and operation—before 
and feel that he will return to 


¢ operation’ 
his good health in a short ur “per , 
Q—Had the Presiden 
period of time ' ‘ 
had an attack of ileitis before 
During the coming week he 99 
h - that you know ol 
snould be able to sign official var 
HEATON—Dr. Snyder 
papers and carry on those func ter 
‘ - answer that question. (Late 
ions of the Government which , , : 
Q—Was the odstructior 
are necessary aused by the contraction 
1 . \ | ; : 
We should like to establish (oe object or growth? 
here that his cardiac condition : 
had no relationship to this pres. Caused by Contraction 
a sno We do not expect HEATON—The obstruction 
eee o any way to affect wac< caused by the contraction 
, scescence of this bowel (indicating 
You ladies and gentlemen through edema and inflamation 
know as well as I that there Q—What is edema’ 
is no relationship between ile 4It is the watery 
itis and malignant disease I process of inflammation, com- 
want you to know that there promising the opening through 
was nothing suggesting a malig- this bowel to a very narrow 
nant disease found at the oper passage 
ation Q—Is there any indication 
lleitis is a nonspecific inflam. that the President's earlier op- 
matory disease of the ileum of eration his appendectomy, 


the 
10 


as | 
report, 


did it look 


Statement scars — or 


Ladies and 


ever 
, 


Wii 


or DY 


unknown origin. This disease ic Might have had some effect on 


more commonly found in the present condition? 


younger-aged groups It is a HEATON—No, sir, it is not 
fairly common disorder and is) @—Doctor, is there any indl- 
probably much more common C4ton that a circulatory diffi- 
than is diagnosed culty could have led to the in- 
Dr. Burrill Crohn. after whom flammation of the eum 
this disease is sometimes called. 
has stated, and we agree, that! 5° 
“jt is not a dangerous disorder.”"| _@—Ate you having tests fn 
Dr. Crohn has also stateq ‘Mat respect norvv, sir, with the 
that when necessary. and this tissue—take any ey — 
occurs infrequently, the disease even though you left the eum 
can be readily circumvent ee SE ; 
surgery a HEATON—We took no tissue 
During the pre-operative ob- '° ia on gy iad ill one 
servation of the President here|,, @—V0C‘or, can you vel m 
at Walter Reed, every opportu this portion that was bypassed 
nity was given this condition “25, 'mfamed and was afflicted 
to correct itself, And it also|0Y ‘his disease—when you by 
gave us an opportunity during °* ee 
this interim to restore his elec. 44™8"™5** 4 la a 
trolyte and fluid balance portion—you cannot spread the 
Q.—How did you do it? disease further up the lining 
a pen . of the canal? What happens’ 
HAGERTY — Let the doctor D : aiiains ae Gia bam 
continue reading the full state. “CC® ‘* #FOP*). . Dal 


: pens do you know” 
ment and then we will go to HEATON—You are using a 
questions 


term that we can throw right 
back—atrophy of disuse; in oth 
er words, a subsidence of the in 
flammation by not being put in 
use by nature. In other words 
we presume that nature will use 
this vent through here (indicat 
ing) and not through here. We 
couldn't use this vent anyway 
because of obstruction over this 
whole length here, you see. And 
nature, now that she is using 
this vent, this will not be used, 
and we look for a subsidence 
of the inflammatory action. 


ss it 


No Other Complications 


HEATON — The third series 
of X-rays of the abdomen. 
which were taken about 1 a. m 
this morning demonstrated 
continuing and unrelieved in 
testinal obstruction, despite all 
corrective measures 

Therefore surgery was decid 
ed upon 

At operation, the pre-<oper- 
ative diagnosis of ileitis with 
obstruction was confirmed 

No other complications were 
present Effect on Digestion 

The involved area of about; Q—There is no effect on the 
10 inches of the termina! lleum digestive process, no loss of di- 
was bypassed, thus relieving the gestive capacity” 
obstruction HEATON—Yes, there in 

I will illustrate what I mean this respect: The right colon— 
by this, after I finish the next this is the right side of the 
report large intestine (indicating)—is 

The closed the absorptive side — absorbs 
without drainage. The Presi-| water. For the time being, until 
dent's cardiac condition re-the new part here—the new 
mained normal throughout the opening—becomes in use, na- 
procedure and he left the ture wil! take over and transfer 
operating table in excellent this watery absorptive mechan- 
condition and has remained so ism of the right large intestine 
as previously reported to this part through here (indi 

Q—That the end of the cating). Compensatory 
statement? Q—Yes. The question that | 
HEATON—Yes., sir really am getting at is, is there 

HAGERTY—That is the end a permanent loss in any way of 
of the statement the digestive— 

HEATON—None whatsoever 

None whatsoever 

the blackboard,. Q—Do you know how large 
with a diagram already is that vent that you spoke of? 
sketched out)— This diagram How large an opening the 
will show you what we found vent or bypass’ 
upon opening the Presidents HEATON—About—we 
abdomen it about four centimeters 

This (indicating) the ter-- Q—If I understood you cor 
minal ileum, going into the rectly. in your statement you 
large intestine which starts said that ileitis was of unknown 
here (indicating). This termin- origin. But ileitis, is it not true 
al ileum, as I stated, was in- is not necessarily accompanied 
volved for approximately 10 with an intestinal block? If this 
inches with this disease. There-'is correct, do you have an ex- 
fore, a bypass was éffected of planation of what caused the 
this diseased area which was intestinal block, what came be- 
left in situ-in place—by con-\ hind the inflammation and the 
necting the small intestine, rubber hose condition in the 
which was normal! in every way, ileum” 4 
to the right half of the large) HEATON—The only cause 
interstine, thus giving us this we have— 4nd you are right, it 
vent or bypass, as you see here doesn’t on that—it is not or. 
(indicating.) dinarily accompanied by a se- 

Q—Nothing removed, vere intestinal obstruction. It 
doctor’ is due in this case. or in case 

HEATON—Nothing was re-of where it does happen, we 
moved. feel under such a marked de 

Q—How large is the abdo- gree of inflammation—swelling 
minal opening, sir’ \—that the opening through— 

HEATON—This opening be-| the normal opening through the 
tween the small intestine? bowel contour is irreparably 

Q—Before the operation? |compromised — clamped dow 

Q—The incision? upon and markedly lessened. 

HEATON—The inctsion? Ap-| Q—Is scar tissue involved, 
proximately—Oh—6 inches. | Doctor? 

Q—Would you trace the ali-| 
mentary movement now, in- In the wall of the bowel. 
stead of what. it was before? 


1s. 


abdomen was 


is 


Uses Diagram 
HEATON (at 


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made 


is 


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HEATON — The alimentary’ 


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swelling 


HEATON—We do not believe 


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OF LIVER 


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TRANSVERSE 
COLON 


ASCENDING 
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Associated Press 


This diagram of abdominal organs locates the ileum, the 
lust part of the small intestine where it joins the larce in 
testine, or colon. President Eisenhower underwent an ex 
pleratory operation yesterday to relieve the cause of an 
obstruction of the ileum. The operation was successful. 


tor, or just bypass it’? Do you 
try to close off that portion’ 

HEATC »—We do not close it 
off. It was done in continuity 

Q—Does this condition ever 
result from some malfunction- 
ing of the circulatory process’ 

HEATON—Not to our know!l. 
edge 

Q—Did you find anything 
wrong with the circulation or 
was it totall in the digestive 
tract” 

HEATON—Are you referring 
to nourishment’ In this seg 
ment of the bowel by. blood 
supply. is that what you mean’ 

Q.—No, sir. I just wondered 
whether you found any evi 
dence of circulatory ailment 
that might be connected with 
this, or might not be” 

HEATON—We did not 

Q.—Was there a biopsy” 

HEATON—No biopsy 


Q.—Could you tell us why’ 


| What thé decision was affected 


by not making that examina 
thon” 
HEATON—Well 
when you have it in your hand 
t becomes such a typical pik 
ture that through past experi 
ence, with the surgeons around 
the table. we are—we were of 
one mind that this was the only 
possible diagnosis that faced 
. 
Q.—Doctor, it is possible that 
this 
HEATON — Diagnosis 
made on gross patholpgs 
Q.—Doctor, is it possible that 
this illness could be caused by 
any emotional upset. or it 
purely a physical matter” 
HEATON—Well, I don’t think 
you can put your finger on any 
one particular aspect of emo- 
tion. I don't know about that 
Q.—Doctor, you mentioned 
edema. Is that not associated 
with a heart condition? 
HEATON—No, that is the 
process in the inflammatory 
change of events 
Q—Why wouldn't this have 
shown up in the barium exami 
nation less than a month ago’ 


grossly 


was 


is 


“4 to 6 Weeks” Recovery 


HEATON—Dr. Snyder will 
answer that question. (Later.) 

Q.—Doctor, can you estimate 
the length of time in days of 
the President's convalescence? 

HEATON—He will be here 
say—figure if he continues a 
normal convalescence, for ap 
proximately 15 days 


This is one of the two bedrooms in the pres- | 
Reed Hospital, 
which President Eisenhower is now occupy- | 


idential suite at Walter 


©.—And then what. sir. aft 
er that? 

HEATON Convalescence 
from here to a place, of course 
of his choosing. and he should 
be able to return to full duties 
*t the White House, four to six 
weeks 

~.—Doctor, how long does it 
take for the rest— 

~).—Four to six? 

Q@—You said four six 
weeks from the time he starts 
he post-Walter Reed conva 
lescence, or from now’ 

HEATON—From now 

Q.—Doctor. how long does it 
take for the rest of the colon 
to take up this water absorp- 
tion” 

HEATON—Mrs. Craig 
cant answer that definitely 

@.—That qQite a while 
isnt it? 

HEATON 
so. no ma'am 

©.—Doctor, are there any 
changes in diet or activities re 
quired as a result of this illness 
over a long period of time” 

HEATON—I don't think «o 

Q.—Doctor the President 
being fed now” 

HEATON—The President 
being fed intravenously 

Q—How long will that go on’ 

HEATON—It will go on ap 
proximately around the 
fourth post-operative day we 
will start giving him liquids 
by mouth. 

Q@—Has he been given 
additional blood, any 
or anything like that’ 

HEATON—No 

Q.—Does this operation af 
fect the President's life ex 
pectancy in any way? 

HEATON—Certainly do- not 
think so, 

Q— Doctor, 
it? 

HEATON—We 
proves it 

Q—Would you outline 
complete treatment, including) 
what happens, for instance 
with his anticoagulant ther 
apy’ Is he still receiving that? 

HEATON~—We have discon 
tinued the anti-coagulant ther 
apy for the time béing 

Q—How long was the anti 
coagulant discontinued before 
the operation” 

HEATON—We 
it vesterday 

Q—Did they give 
ions to offset it? 

HEATON—No ma'am 


in 


| 
is 


NOt necessarily 


is 


;* 


any 
plasma 


does it improve 


think it im 


the 


discontinued 


transfus 


rooms in 1952 
hospital for a 


Out of Bounds for Newsmen 


Q—Dr. Heaton, on the 14th* 


of February, following the cor- 
onary, a panel of doctors said) 
that as far as they were con-’ 
cerned medically, the President | 
was satisfactory to go ahead 
for reelection. Now, only talk-| 
ing about this ailment on which 
you and Dr. Ravdin are the ex-| 
perts, would you agree that this 
ailment has not affected that? | 
HEATON—Would you please 
repeat that question’ 
Q—On the 14th of February, 
during the winding up of the 
coronary, you might say, a/ 
panel of doctors who had been 
treating him for his heart trou-| 
bl aid they saw no reason’ 
that he should not run for re- 
election medically. I would like’ 
to ask you and Dr. Ravdin, hav-' 
ing treated him. do you see any 
reason, based on this, why he 
can't run for re-election” . 
HEATON —I certainly do not. 
Q—Dr. Heaton, would you 
estimate how much the closure 
of the small intestine—how 
much it narrows down to’? Was 
there still an opening the size 
of a pencil, say” 
HEATON.—About .the di 
ameter of a lead pencil—the 
lead in a pencil 
Q.—You said that 
improve his life 
Would you explain why 
think so” 
HEATON—I think it will 
improve his life expectancy be- 
cause of the bypassing of this 
diseased area 
Q—That implies it has been 
diseased for some time. Is that 
so. doctor’ 
HEATON—We 
that later 


his would 
expectancy 
you 


will discuss 


Business Right Away 


Q—How soon .can he see 
members of his staff to conduct 
business? 

HEATON—Ifeverything 
goes as we expect—Monday or 
Tuesday—first part of the 
week 

Q—Does your reply with 
respect to the President's phy- 
sical condition, as to whether 
not he should run again, in- 
clude all the doctors at the 
table, or only your own opinion” 

HEATON—I am sure I speak 
for all the doctors at the table 

Q—Whet are you feeding 
him intravenously” 

HEATON—At present 
given glucose and water 

Q.—Doctor, will he have to 
wear a supporter or a girdle 
or something, for a time? (laugh- 
ter 

HEATON—No, 
hope not 

Q.—They do 

Q@.—Have you tried to elimi 
nate this obstruction before 
the operation’ 

HEATON—We tried to elimi- 
nate—cause the obstructing 
segment to resume activity by 
piacing through the stomach a 
Levine tube connected with a 
Wangensteen suction apparatus 
which is put through the nose 
down to the stomach and acts 
very effectively 'n certain cases 
as a decompressing mechanism 

Q.—Does it go only into the 
stomach’ 

HEATON—Yes 

Q—How 
in for? 

HEATON—It 
approximately 

Q—Did you 
drugs with it’ 


Oi 


he 


is 


niam We 


ma'am 

long was that tube 
was inserted 

12 hours 

use 


Condition Before Surgery 


HEATON—No. ma’am 

Q—Were you partially suc- 
cessful or not at all successful 
with that method’ 


relaxing 


Milton Eisenhower, brother 


epor 


) 


' 


International News 


of the President, was happy 


during a press conference last night. 


HEATON—We were not at 
all successful! 

Q—Could you expand on the 
President's condition aftef mid 
night until the time it was de 
cided to make the operation’ 
I ask that for this reason: Be 
fore midnight, if my facts are 
correct, we were told that he 
had no fever, he had stopped 
vomiting and he required no 
sedation and his pulse was 
normal. Now has there been 
something—did something be 
gin to deteriorate quickly that 
caused you to operate suddenly 
at 3 o'clock in the morning on 
a man of his age’ 

HEATON The abdominal 
distention became more prog 
ressive. The bowel sounds dis 
appeared — were no ionger 
heard.:An in this report, as | 
noted, the third A-ray of the 
abdomen showed progressing 
and unremitting obstruction 

Q—General Heaton what 
would have happened if vou 
had not operated, in your opin 
jon” 

HEATON—lIn these cases one 
faces the possibility of a com 
promise of the bowel proxtmo 
to the obstruction which if 
unrelieved will or can produce 
gangrene of the bowel, which 
in turn is a very serious situa 
tion 

O—What does the word 
“compromise” mean  there— 
compromise of the bowel’ 

HEATON — Compromise of 
ie bowel means that the cir 
culation to the bowel becomes 
dangerously lessened in _ vol- 
ume 


Called Out of Danger 


Q—Doctor, we were told yes 
terday that you had rejected 
the word “critical” as descrip- 
tive of the President's condi- 
tion; how, looking back on. ft 
now, how seriously ill would 
you say he is? How would you 
describe it—as a layman” 

HEATON—Well, any intes 
tinal obstruction we regard as 
serious until itis relieved 

Q—You would say now he is 
out of danger. or how would 
you characterize it® 
HEATON—I would 
at this time 

Q— What the 
of complications 
cases—instances 
—at this stage” 

HEATON—At this stage” 

Q@—This stage. yes sit 

HEATON—This stage’ 
of any note 

Q—General Heaton 
ask another question regard 
ing the condition of the dis 
eased area’ By just looking al 
it and without taking a piece 
of tissue for laboratory ex 
amination, could you tell posi 
tively how important—could 
you tell positively that there 
was no tumorous condition o1 
no circulatory defect of any 
kind in the area? 

HEATON—We have held our 
share of these lesions in our 


say that 


is past histor’ 
in similar 


or something 


none 


may | 


‘hands—all of us at the operat 
‘ing table—and it is an unmis 


Stall Photos by Charlies Del Vecchio 


ing. President Truman occupied the same 


when he was a patient at ihe 
physical checkup. 


President’s 5-Room Hospital Suite 


Was Established for Truman in 194. 


Lawrence Stern 
Stal Reporters 
A tight security screen at 
Walter Reed Army Medical 
Center kept curious newsmen 
far removed from the plush ex- 
ecutive suite where President 
Eisenhower is recovering from 
his intestinal operation 

This reporter made it as far 
as the door of Ward 8, which 
contains the President's suite 
and eight additional units for 
lesser VIPS. He was promptly 
shooed back down to hospital 
press headquarters two floors 
low. 

But Walter Reed officials 
later supplied a detailed picture 


By 


n\of what lies behind Ward 8's 


The elegantly-furnished five-| dent's 


pte te door. 


Bethesda Naval Medica! Center 
lranian Premier Mohammed 


Mossadegh was quartered in 
the Walter Reed suite during 
his 1952 visit to this country 
Former President Truman also 
spent several days there during 
a medical check-up in July, 
1952. 

President Eisenhower had his 
first overnight stay in the presi- 
dential suite during his “head- 
to-toe” physical examination 
last month, hospital officials 
said. 

The bedroom in which the ail- 
ing Chief Executive is recuper- 
ating is painted in Williams. 
burg green Its two windows, 
shrouded by. teal blue-green| 
idrapes, face south. The Presi- 
simple, mahogany- 


room executive suite was es- stained bid is flanked by two 


‘in 1946. The late 


HEATON—Scar tissue? Yes.|tablished for President Truman small mahogany tables. 
President room is 16x22 feet. 


| QActually cut that 4 Doc- Roosevelt had a “gy in the’ Across the room is a 


The 
resser, 


‘ 


also of mahogany, a ci ar 
table, highboy and end table 


There are three armchairs, one 
upholstered in gold material, 
one in rose and the third in 
pale green 

Ajoining the bedroom 
brightly - decorated sunroom 
with pale yellow walls, black 
and white linoleum tile floor 
and window exposure to the 
south and west. 

A winter scene painted by 
the President dominates the 
spacious living room. Gold 
drapes contrast with a Wil- 
liamsburg green wall and car- 
ped decor. The sunroom, 23 
by 26 feet, also contains a blue- 
and-white marble fireplace and 
mahogany, leather-covered desk 
and coffee table. 

Across. the corridor a 13-by- 
20-foot dining room adjoins a 
kitchen which is used for the) 
entire ward. 4 1 


; 


is a 


takable lesion upon ex 
amination 

Q—Doctor, some internists 
contend that the administration 
of anticoagulants can produce 
a condition which can bring on 
such a lesion. Is that correct” 

HEATON—That has not been 
our experience 

Q—Just where was 
cision, doctor” 

HEATON —It was 
paramedian incision 

Dr. SNYDER (aside)—Just to 
the right side of your navei- 
below the ribs 

Q—That would be inside the 
appendectomy scar” 

HEATON—Yes, on the inside 
of the appendectomy scar. You 
are right 

Q.—Would you estimate the 
recurrence chances, the possi 
bility of its becoming chronic 
further up on other parts of the 
bowel” 

HEATON—In this age group 
we do not look for any further 
extension of this disease 
process 

Q.—Could this be character- 
ized as an emergency opera 
tion, in view of what you said 
about the dangers? 

HEATON—In view of my 
previous remarks about the 
dangers of intestinal obstruc- 
tion, unrelieved, this certainiy 
was an emergency procedure 

Q—Dr. Heaton, does a gan- 
grenous bowel wsually cause 
death? 

HEATON 
gangrenous 
death. 

Q.—Is it correct to say, sir, 
that this was a final and not a 
local operation”? In other words, 
taking what you said earlier, 
there is no expectation that 
there will be another operation 
needed” 

HEATON—We have just that 
expectation, that there will be 
no further surgery as neces- 
sa , 


gross 


the in 


a rignt 


Unrelieved. a 
bowel will cause 


_ 


ry. 
Q.—Doctor Heaton — there 
were four doctors on your so 
called operating team,,and | 


believe there were others who 
were looking on. Do I under- 
stand that vou assume that 
everything you have said here 
—all seven of you—are in 
agreement on it” 

HEATON—Yes sir 

Q-—Who actually 
the surgery” 

DR.«RAVDIN—I will answer 
that. Gen. Heaton performed 
the surgery 


performed 


Operation Lasted Two Hours 


Q—How long did it take. 
Doctor, the actual surgery’ 

HEATON—AbDbout two hours 

Q.—How would you classify 
this one, in your own perasnal 
experience, your most difficult, 
the easiest, or how” 

HEATON This certainly 
was the difficult. It 
went i would sa} quite 
smooth 

Q.—Dr 
tell us 
to answer! 
was 


not most 


Heaton. would vou 
are two ques 
on electrolyte 
the anesthesia 


there 
tions 
ana what 
you used” 

HEATON 
anesthesia 

Oxy gen- 
pentothal 
ously and 
curare 

Q.—What is the curare for? 

HEATON Induced relaxant 

Q.—Thank you 

Q.—General, when you say 
the President should be able to 
return to his full duties at the 
White House in frdm four to six 
weeks, does that include as full 
a campaign schedule as he has 
presumably intended to carry 
on? 


We used general 
intratracheal—gas 
ether induced by 
sodium intraven 
augmented Dy 


HAGERTY—Doctor, nobody 
has announced the President's 
campaign schedule 
Q@—Do you put any 
tions—any limitations on his 
physical exertion that weren't 
there before the operation?— 
Can he continue to play golf 
HEATON—I would think so 
—yes — reasonable convales 
cence—provided we get a solid 
wound. which welook for 
Q.—Would you be in favor of 
arting the anti-coagulants 
acain at some date the fu 
ture 
HEATON 
q —When’ 
HEATON 
how he does 
operative 
the middle 
Y How 
feeling now 
ne nay pain 
HEATON—He is feeling very 
quite responsive 
ly is suffering some 


limita- 


, 
~ 


(On ves 


Well. depends on 

certainly 

of next 
‘ne 


UPR R 
President 


dq iong will 


an now 


well 
and 


now 
natural 


T looking 


Was 
hear 
questio.) 
would put ' 
mis activities that 
there before: that is 
six-week convales 


sTress 

Doct 
down and didn't 
answer! 
whether 
imit on 
were not 
after 
cent period” 

HEATON—The only limit 
would put on is athletic activity 
due the recent abdominal 


inh 


[nat 


you 


} 
nis 


tn 


ision 


Can Golf in August 

Q.—How would he be 
able to resume athletic activi- 
Lies. 

HEATON—Well. of course 
his athletic activity is centered 
on golf, isn't it? And swimming 
Middle of August 

Q—By the middle of August? 
Golf? 

HEATON 
f August 

Q No golf 
between?” 

HEATON 
ions — golf 
around, but no 
ing. of course 

Q—Can you te!) 
of this operation’ 

HEATON—Yes sir 
verse colostomy, 

Q—Have you ever performed 
this exact operation before? 
(laughter 

HEATON—Yes sir 

Q—How many of them 
tor’ 

HEATON—Well 

Q—Hundred, or .. 

HEATON—Oh no 

Q—Tens . . 

HEATON—Not 
dreds? —-well 
score, say 

Q@—Gen. Heaton, could you 
estimate how long this condi- 
tion has been building up in 
the ileum—a matter of days 
or weeks or months? 

HEATON—No, that is impos- 
sible. I couldn't. 

Q—Will this require any spec- 
ial diet from now on, different 
from before? 

HEATON—No sir 

HAGERTY—Dr. Heaton has 
been on his feet for quite some 


soon 


About the middle 


no swimming. in 


Within 
taking 
marked 


limita 
a club 
swing 
us the name 


IMo trans 


Doc- 


in the hun- 
over — several! 


time now—are we finished? | 


HEATON—Except the ques-' 


tion on the electrolyte—mean-| 


ing sodiun potassium ions, We’ 
restore these ions to their nor- 
mal value by the 
through the vein of intravenous 
—of substances contaiging 
ithese necessary ions. 
what we mean by the restora- 
tion of the electrol 
Q—Thank you. 


" standing 
_\agree with 


injection | 


at is) 


yte balance. | up” 
, ; 


ton lke 


HAGERTY—There were two 
questions, I believe— 

Q—I have one— 

HAGERTY — Addressed 
Dr, Snyder. 

Q—Dr. Snyder, do you as the 
President's physician recom- 
mend that he leave Washington 
to recuperate after leaving this 
hospital— 

SNYDER—No 

Q—And if so, where might he 

c 


to 


SNYDER—No, he would not 
need to. He could go from this 
hospital to his home and make 
a complete convalescence. He 
can go to Gettysburg, wherever 
he is more comfortable and can 
carry on his duties most suc- 
cessfully. 

Suffered LDeitis Before 

Q—Doctor, is there any rea- 
son to believe before this attack 
that he had a tendency toward 
lleitis” 

SNYDER—Yes 

Q—What were 
tions” 

SNYDER—He had had ileitis 


the indica- 


before 
| QO —When was that’ 


SNYDER — Probabl; 
back a great many years 

Q.—Does that mean, sir. that 
he is likely to get it again’ 

SNYDER—I think not, with 
the correction that this opera- 
tion affords 

Q.—Was the last time. the 
time he spoke to the editors in 
April, 1953, was that the last 
case, or has there been any 
since” 

SNYDER—That was — those 
were very transient attacks 
This condition usually resolves 
itself without surgery, and it is 
normally treated that way 

Q.—I think one of the ques- 
tions reserved for you was why 
this did not show up in the re- 
cent head-to-toe physical exam- 
ination? 

SN YDER—Because in the re- 
cent head-to-toe examination, 
there was no inflammation in 
the ileum 

Q—Dr. Snyder. have 
used this Levine tube 
ment on him before? 

SN Y DER—Never 

Q—is that a painful thing, 
sir, the insertion through the 
nose into the stomach?’ 

SN YDER—No 

Q—But that only lasted some 
12 hours, was it? 

SN YDER—Yes 

Q—Jim, can we assume that 
Dr. Ravdin agrees with every- 
thing? 

HAGERTY—May I just say 
it's getting hot in here, gentle- 
men 

RAVDIN—Well, TI came 
here to support my good friend 
Gen. Heaton and Gen. Snyder. 

agree with everything that 
Gen. Heaton has said 

Q—Your understanding, sir, 
is that all the other doctors do, 
too? 

RAVDIN—Every doctor at 
the operating table agreed with- 
out exception or without reser- 
‘vation on the operation that 
was done 

This was ileitis. Any surgeon 
that knows anything about this 
disease doesn't need a biopsy, 
and a biopsy would have caused 
increased hazards of cutting 
into the bowel to take a piece 
out to establish the diagnosis. 
There no question at all 
about the diagnosis 

Q.— Because of streptococcus? 

RAVDIN—I don't understand 
what you mean 


carries 


they 
treat- 


1s 


Dar.ger of Infection 

Q.—If they had to cut Into 
the bowel, would there have 
been increased danger of infec- 
tion? 

RAVDIN There would be 
increased danger of infection 
from the colon bacilli and cer- 
tain of the streptococci 

Q—Doctor, is it your under- 
that all 13 doctors 
the— 

SNYDER Don't use that 
term—there were more than 13 
around 

RAVDIN—I was at the oper- 
ating table—the other side of 
the table from Gen. Heaton— 
there were no complications 
associated with this disease 
affecting this small terminal 
portion of the bowel. The ob- 
struction is relieved. I see no 
reason why the President 
should not make a complete 
recovery and go ahead and 
carry on his normal activities 

Q—Dr. Ravdin, could you put 
in your own words your assess- 
ment of the possibility of the 
President's being in a better 
physical condition, now that 
this condition has been elimi- 
nated? 

RAVDIN — Well, gentlemen, 
you must realize that I have not 
been in intimate touch with the 
President's condition prior to 
this. But Gen. Snyder has just 
told you that the President did 
have previous attacks of ab- 
dominal pain and cramps, and 
in which I agree with him, that 
this undoubtedly was due to 
some constriction of the bowel! 
In association with ileitis. From 
this point of view he should 
not again have these attacks. 
and therefore, from the stand- 
point of any abdominal com- 
plaint, he should be better off 
now than he was previously. 

Q—Thank you very much. 

RAVDIN—This disease, con- 
trary to what... one of your 
people made the statement that 
certain doctors said this was 
due to cardiac disease ... is not 
true. I do not think any rep- 
utable physician in this coun- 
try ever has ascribed ileitis as 
an aftermath of coronary dis- 
ease. It nearly traditionally oc- 
curs in young people. 

Q.—Doctor, isn’t there a dan- 
ger to a man’s heart when he 
has had a heart attack, and he 
is 65 years old, to undergo the 
Strain of @ major eperation like 
this? 
RAVDIN — Adequately pre- 
pared for operation, and ade- 
quately taken care of during 
Operation, the very best cardi- 
ologists in this country now 
agree that patients can go 


through extensive major opera- 


tions with considerable safety. 
@—Jim, could we break this 


HAGERTY—Thank you p / 


THE WASHINGTON POST*and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, June 10, 1956 A 1] 


us Lanshgh ert Ch. 900 of Sit 


THE BIG FURNITURE STORE GROWS BIGGER AND BIGGER 


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——_ 


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THE WASHINGTON post 


June 19, 


Sunday, 


Al2 


OPERATE—From Pg. I 


Doctors 


Surgery 


for a distance of about 
inches 

The opening permitted the 
surgeons to pull out and look 
at the intestines. and readily 
Bee the extent of the diseased 
last 10 inches of the small in. 
testine. 


SixX 


Many Such Operations 

‘Anyone who has ever held 
a bowel in his hand would recog 
nize this condition (ileitis).” he 
said In answer to the direct 
question, he said he has per- 
formed “at least several score” 
cf such operations 

“The President's was not the 
most difficult of these.” he 
added, with a smile 

He described the two holes 
that were cut in the sides of 
the small and large intestines 
as about four centimet 
(about an inch and a half 
diameter 

After the joined intestines 
were stitched sidewise together. 
the innards were pushed back 
Into place, and the incision 
closed. It was not necessary to 
install a drainage tube, Dr 
Heaton said 

The President. he 
be fed intravenously (fluid nu- 
trients transfused into the 
veins) for the next several davs 
He was given one such “meal” 
at noon yesterday, a solution of 
giucose (a sugar) and water. 
To Be Fed Fluids Only 

The doctors said it will prob 
ably be Wednesday before the 
President will be given any 
food by mouth, and that will be 
fluids only 

The decision 
constricted part 
rather than cut 
its healthy end to 
was made after considering a 
number of factors, the surgeons 
said it was unanimously de 
cided to it this way because 
of the President's age. He is 65 

lleitis, it was pointed out, 
chiefly a disea of unknown 
origin in the younger. 20 to 40. 
year age group. At ages 
it is considered more | to 
spread, so the surgeons usually 
cut it out 

“It was the considered opin 
of the surgeons at the 


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terologists of this country,” Dr 
Heaton said, “that this pro- 
cedure (the bypassing) is ade 
quate 

tie added that there 
“particular advantages” in 
leaving the diseased part in 
piace “in the older age group.” 

“The segment,” he declared, 
‘will not cause (later) trouble. 
The disease condition will not 
spread.” 


Rieht Colon Bypassed 


The bypassing operation also 
bypasses the right colon, that 
big portion of the large bowel 
that normally serves to remove 
water from the body wastes i* 
processes. This is not expected 
to calse any trouble and, in 
time, Dr. Heaton said. the rest 
of the colon will take over the 
water-removing function. 

Since the entire colon moves 
rhythmically. to push body 
wastes in one (ontward) direc. 
tion, there is no danger that 
the unused part of the colon 
will trap the wastes, it was ex 
plained 

Summing up the success of 
the operation and its progno 
sis, Dr. Heaton said 

“We look for a rapid and 
complete recovery, and we feel 
that he will return to his good 
health in a short period of time 
During the coming week he 
should be able to sign papers 
and carry on those functions of 
the Government which are nec- 
essary.” 

The Army surgeon stressed 
that the President's heart con- 
dition had no relation to the 
abdominal ailment. Nor will 
the heart condition in any way 
affect the President's convales 
cence, he added 

There “was nothing“ suggest 
ing cancer, he said, nor is ileitis 
related to malignant diseases 

The specialists did not con- 
sider surgery necessary until 
after a third series of X-rays 
were taken, about 1 a. m.. Sat 
urday. They showed that the 
intestinal obstruction “was 
continuing, and unrelieved 

Before the decision to op 
erate, Dr. Heaton said. the 
doctors had concentrated on 


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surgeon and Commandant 
indicates on his own body 


the location of the incision he made in President Eisen- 
hower’s abdomen during the emergency operation. 


medical and mechanical 
to relieve the bowel 
These included efforts to re 
store to normal the body's 
electrolyte and fluid balance 
The vomiting episodes suf 
fered by the President, it was 
explained, caused him to lose 
electrolyte and water. The el- 
ectrolytes, sodium, potassium 
and ‘chloride ions, were put in 
balance by injections of sub- 
stances rich in these body-nec- 
essary ions. 


Tube Run to Stomach 


One mechanical means was 
tried to circumvent surgery. 
Dr. Heaton said. This is a stand- 
ard hospital procedure of re- 
lieving pressure on the bowel 
by decompressing the stomach 

In the technique, a tube is 
run down the patient's nose 
and throat into the stomach. On 
the outside, the tube is con 
nected to a Wangensteen suc- 
tion apparatus to create a nega 
live pressure inside the stom 
ach 

In the President's case 
procedure was tried for a 
hour period without beneficial 
effect, Dr. Heaton said 

Abdominal distention became 
more and more pronounced, 
and “bowel sounds” which tell 
the doctor that food is passing 


ways 
block 


the 


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General Heaton, President’s Surgeon, 
Is One of Nation’s Outstanding Doctors 


By Hal Willar 

Stal Repo 
Gen. Leonard 
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ton, who 


D 

the life 
President of the United States 
at the tips of his sensitive fin- 
gers for about 90 minutes early 
yesterday morning, consid 
ered one of the outstanding 
surgeons in the Nation 

General -Heaton, Command- 
ant of Walter Reed Army Hos- 
pital, performed the intestinal 
surgery on Mr. Eisenhower in 
a crowded operating room dur- 
ing the day's wee hours. 

Dr. Isidor Ravdin, professor 
of surgery at the Uni versity of 
Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, 
stood with Genera! Heaton as 
assistant surgeon. Those men 
blending their knowledge and 
skill over.the still form of the 
leader of the free world, com- 
pleted what was fficially 
termed a “successful opera- 
tion.” 

They 


is 


worked intently 
room which Presidentia 
Secretary James Cc 
said sometimes contain 
22 persons, including 
and consulting doctors 
nurses and anesthetist 
Gen. Heaton’s Career 

Gen. Heaton 
Parkersburg. W. Va., in 
and received his medical de 
gree from the University of 
Louisville in 1926. He was ap- 
pointed a first lieutenant in the 
Army Medical Corps after grad- 
wation. On Dec. 7. 1941. he was 
chief of the surgical service 
at the North Sector Genera! 
Hospital, Schofield Barracks 
Hawaii He received _~ Le 
gion of Merit for his work dur 
ing the Japanese att on 
Pearl Harbor 

He commanded th 160t! 
General Hospital and took it to 
Europe in 1944. When World 
War II ended, he was com 
mander of the 802 Hospital Cen- 
ter at Blandford, England 

General Heaton served 
chief surgeon and liater 
mander of Letterman Ceneral 
Hospital in San Franc from 
1845 until 1953 when came 
to Walter Reed 

The ta erect gener: 
elected to the American 
c@i Association April 13 
the oniy Army doctor 
duty to be so honored. General 
Heaton, bespectacled, with thin 
ning hair, is considered by Wa! 
ter Reed employes as a dedi 
eated sur and also a 
thoughtful one. He sends birth 


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Are Stepped Up 


NEW YORK, June 9 
Negotiators on _ steel-industry 
wages held their first. weekend 
session today in an effort to 
speed a peaceful agreement be 
fore contracts expire June 30 

Failure to do could lead 
to an economy-shaking strike 
by 650.000 workers in the basic 
steel industry—a supplier to 
numerous other industries 
The talks, which began here 
Tuesday, wlil resume Monday 

A four-man team represent- 
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Bethlehem and Republic Steel 
firms, met for 2 hours in the 
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from the United States Steel 
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Dr. Isador Ravdin (above), 
professor of surgery at the 
University of Pennsylvania, 
stood with Maj. Gen. Leonard 
D. Heaton as assistant sur- 
geon while the General op- 
erated on the President. 


day greetings to all hospital 
workers 

His hobby one he shares 
with his distinguished patient— 
golf 
Dr. Ravdin Indiana Man 

Dr. Ravdin was born in Evans- 
ville, Ind., in 1894 and received 
his medical degree from the 
University of Pennsylvania in 
1918. He has been associated 
with the University almost con- 
tinuously ever since 

In addition to Drs 
and Ravdin, Lt. Col. 


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FROM BEGINNING 


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Smith, assistant chief of the 
Walter Reed department of sur- 
gery. and Col. Robert T. 
chief of the department, stood 
by a8 assistant surgeons 

Dr. Brian Blades, professor of 
surgery at George Washington 
University, and Dr. John Hz. 


| Lyons, chief of surgery at Emer- 


gency Hospital, were in the 


lof oxygen and ether 


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Col. Smith came to 
Reed in 1954 from the Military 
Academy at West Point 
Gants joined Walter Reed 
1953. 
98th General 
nich, Germany. 
medical degree from the Uni 
versity of Kansas and holds the 
Legion of Merit. 


Dr. Blades From Kansas 


Dr. Blades was born in Scotts 
ville, Kan., in 1906, and received 
his medical degree from Wash 
ington University of St. Louis 
in 1932. He joined 
Washington U. in 1946 

Dr. Lyons was born here in 
1890 and received his medica! 
degree from George Washing: 
ton University in 1918. 
an advanced degree in surgery 
at the University of Minnesota 
and was a fellow in surgery at 
Mayo Clinc in Rochester, Minn 
He opened a practice here in 
1924 and became Emergency's 
chief surgeon 

The only other doctors in the 
operating room were Boston 
heart specialist Dr. Paul Dudley 
White and Col. Thomas C. Mat 
tingly, chief cardiologist at 
Walter Reed. who were there 
in case the operation 
the President's heart. 
Eisenhower's personal 
cian, Maj. Gen. Howard McC 
Snyder, waited outside with 
the President's family and the 
corps of newsmen and photog 
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X-days finally confirmed the 
full degree of the bowel-block 
ing. and the emergency opera 
tion was begun 

The President was given an 
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senses for the general anesthe 
sia that followed. He was then 
put completely “out” with 
forced inhalation of a mixture 
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given an injec 
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and dart-tip poison, which is 
used medically as a muscle re 
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Now that the operation is 
over. the President is expected 
to suffer diminishing pains and 
tenderness for at least several 
days, the doctors said. 


He was also 


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officials an appreciation of good « 
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Rep. John E. Moss (D-Cal.), 
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is most heartening to learn that 
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its employes in press rela- 
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Internal Revenue's efforts be- 
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month training course. They 
met reporters who regularly 
cover that agency 
| They listened to the report- 


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Revenue Commissioner Rus-| 
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‘a very firm appreciation of the 
rights and privileges of the 
press, pursuing its legitimate 
objectives.” 

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all the informational media is 
a major objective of ours,” he 
said. 

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of Administration information 
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by various Government agen- 
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round-table between the future 
top administrative Revenue of- 
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This turn of events, under- out along new and more prom- 
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iturning recently from a round 


of talks at Paris. He has taken 
the position that such talks 
have been productive of better 
East-West understanding, even 
though barren of agreement. 

Stassen’s estimate of pro- 
gress, which is shared by a num- 
ber of other officials (and by 
Dulles to the extent that he be- 
lieves efforts at agreement 
must continue) received a rude 
public jolt in Bulganin’'s letter 
to President Eisenhower last 
week. Bulganin said the U. N 
were hurting 
rather than helping disarma- 
ment prospects. 

He used that charge of failure 
to introduce his own proposal 
for free-wheeling arms reduc- 
tions by the powers without 
trying to get a safeguarded 
program of unified disarma- 
ment. 


Stalemate Outlined | 


The outlines of the new stale- 
issues 
thus became clear once more 
The United States and the 
Western powers will not par- 
ticipate in what 
here call “uninspected disarma- 
ment.” The Soviet Union is 
equally unwilling to accept an 
effective inspection system 
For the time being, at least, 
Bulganin considers the whole 
effort to work one out as a fu- 
tile exercise. 


Not all officials here take the’ 


view that a fully-developed new 
deadiock has now come about 
in disarmament negotiations 
and Stassen presumably is in 
this group. He is known 


believe that the Soviets are 


actively. seeking means of ad-| 
with the United 
’ 


justment 
States. 

Dulles, on the other hand. 
has made plain in a series of 
public comments his fear that 
the Soviets are primarily try- 
ing a fillmflam game to disarm 
the West and dismantle its al- 
liances. 

Dulles reasserted his central 
estimate of present Soviet be-| 
havior, including even Bul-| 
ganin’s announced armed forces'| 
cut of 1,200,000 men, in a speech 
he made yesterday at Ames. 
lowa, arguing for a prolonged 
“peace insurance policy” at the 
cost of $40 billion a year 

“The Soviet rulers,” Dulles 
said, “are engaged in a gigan- 
tic effort to build up their milli- 
tary establishment and to ex- 
tend. the ‘area of their domin- 
ance.” 


| Notes Some Changes 


He said that changes are pos- 
sibly indicated by such things 
as the downgrading of Stalin,| 
but these could take many years 
to come about. 

By contrast Stassen recently 


evaluated the troop reduction: 


as a move toward real disarm-| 
ament on the part of the Soviets 
and as “an initiative” which the 
United States desired Russia to 
take. 

The new crisis in disarma- 
ment negotiations was defined 
by Bulganin in the bluntest pos- 
sible terms in last week's letter 
to President Eisenhower. State 
Department officials said frank- 
ly they found the letter discour- 
aging. They conceded it would 
introduce a new element into 
the resurvey of United States 
disarmament policies already 
forced several weeks ago by 
Russia's emphatic rejection of 
Mr. Eisenhower's proposal for 
“open skies”. aerial inspection 
of Russia and the United States 
in order to build world confi-' 
dence against surprise attack. | 


There was no doubt that Bul-| Sess 
ganin’s proposals would be re-| & 
jected, but whether the presi-| = 


dential reply would hold out 


some new positive approach— | 


seek some new way around the 
stalemate—is the issue which 
presidential advisers will have 


to decide in the next two or) <x 


three weeks. 
of course, will be up to Presi- 
dent Eisenhower himself when 
his health permits. 


Bevan Sees ‘Invasion’ 
By Soviet Scientists 


Reuters 


CARDIFF, Wales, June 9— 
Aneurin Beven, Labor member 
of Parliament, today predicted | 


a “Russian invasion” of scien-| 


tists, technicians and professors. | 

Speaking before 6000 South | 
Wales miners at their annual 
rally, Bevan said the Russians | 
had been “building up the 
energies of their people, ex-| 
panding industries, training 
their scientists and are now)! 
beginning to burst out in every 
direction.” 


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A full year of intensive East-| President, quite possibly will 
West work on disarmament, in- widen a rift among Mr. Eisen- 
cluding direct negotiations be- hower's foreign policy advis 
Eisenhower ers. 
and Soviet Premier Nikolai A. of opinion centers 
Bulganin, appears now to have steps, if any, the United States 
succeeded mainly in producing | should take to get around the! 


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Paul Webb (right) shows Harry M. Davidow, executive vice 
president and general manager of The Hecht Co., how he 
draws the Mountain Boys cartoons. Webb had his work on 


Polish Exile 


exhibit at Hecht’s Washington store yesterday. 


E:x-Premier 


Going Home, Assails West 


By Henry Schoup 


LONDON, June 9 i®}—Former 
Polish Government-in-exile 
Premier Stanislav Mackiewicz 
today renounced the West and 
said he would return to his Com. 
munist homeland disillusioned 
by British and American “be 
trayai.” 

Mackiewicz said he was as 
“anti-Communist as ever.” but 
he said he had lost hope of free- 
ing Poland. 

He said Britain and the 
United States merely want to 
use the country for “military 
espionage.” 

“Exile politics are 
dream,” he said bitterly. 

Mackiewicz thus becomes 
one of the most prominent of 
the antiCommunist refugees 
in the West who have decided 
to heed the worldwide Com- 
munist campaigh to get them 
to come home 

Mackiewicz, who was Premier 
of the Polish Government in 
London until June 22, 1955, de- 
cided to follow in the footsteps 
of the man who succeeded him 
the job. Hugon Hanke re- 
turned to Warsaw last Septem. 


just a 


The Communist government 
in Warsaw has been campaign- 
ing for the return of such exiles 
and offering them freedom, jobs 
and forgiveness of past trans- 
gressions. 

But Mackiewice said his re- 
turn would be on “purely po- 
litical grounds.” 

He denounced Britain as “the 
greatest traitor in history” for 
failing to protect Poland against 
Communist expansion. 

“Since America and Britain 


have betrayed us and there is ©48" ministers named by the 
no hope of liberation of my |last NATO Council meeting in 
people by the West, I find it May to look into ways of ex- 


my duty t@“return to my coun- 
try.” he setd 


The tall, burly former pre- 


mier. now in his lets 60s, said with Dulles and George exact- 
he planned to “take full ad- ly how far the United States is 


vantage of the new, more re- 
laxed conditions prevailing in 
Poland.” He plans to leave June 
23 


He said he intended to work Western 


in Poland to counteract “dan- 
gerous prevarications” by other 
refugees that the West wants 
to help Poland 

“| know thas both Britain 
and the United States regard 
Poland only as territory to be 
used for military espionage, 
he said 

(In Munich, Radio Free Eu- 
rope broadcast the news to Po- 
land and labeled “Mackiewicz 
an “extreme rights.” His de- 
parture will be greeted “more 
with relief than anything else 
by reputable Polish refugees,” 
the radio said.) 

Mackiewicz was an authority 
on Russian literature and sup- 
ported himself in Britain as a 
free-lance journalist. He sought 
haven in Britain after the Nazi 
invasion of Poland and re- 
mained along with other exiles 
in the official wartime govern- 
ment-in-exile after Russia in- 
stalled a puppet regime in War- 
saw. 

Spain and Vatican City still 
recognize the London “govern 
ment” and it maintains close 


ties with Polish communities report on the status of West! 
in the United States, Canada Germany's rearmament. Heavy| 
\opposition has 


and Australia. 


Red China Deputies Gather 


For Congress in Peiping 


By David Chipp 


Reuters 


PEIPING, June 9—Some of 
the 1226 deputies of the Na- 
tional Peoples Congress, legis- 
lative body of Communist 
China, are beginning to arrive 
in Peiping for & session ex- 
pected to begin during the 
coming week. 

Officials say the session will 
start about June 15. It will be 
the third held by the Congress, 
which came into being in 1954. 

Under Communist China's 
constitution, the Congress is 
chosen for four years and must 
meet at least once a year. This 
session is expected to be 
last year’s and 
will probably last only 10 days 
to two weeks. 

Observers here believe the 
session will be largely routine 
and will be overshadowed in 


importance by the eighth Con-| 


gress of the Chinese Commu- 
nist’Party, due to be held later 
this year. 

Any major policy pronounce- 
ments are likely to be reserved 
for the party congress, the first 
for 11 years. 

It will almost certainly re- 
vise the party constitution 
much of which is outdated as 
it was written before the Com- 
munists came to power. It is 
a constitution of a party in op- 
position and struggling for 
power—not of one securely in 
the saddle. 


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As chairman of the National 
Congress standing committee 
(the permanent body which 
“supervises the work of th 
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Lester B. Pearson and German 


2 Top NATO 
Men to Talk 
With Dulles 


By William Galbraith 
United Press 


Secretary of State John Fos 
ter Dulles will hold two key 
meetings with top foreign of- 
ficials here this week on how to 
strengthen the Atlantic alliance. 

The meetings will be with 
Canadian Foreign Minister 


Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. 
Both have strong ideas on what 
should be done to keep the 
Western allies firmly tied to- 
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Pearson, who arrived here 
yesterday, is scheduled to spend 


pand the North Atlantic Treaty 
alliance in nonmilitary fields, 
Sen. Walter F. George (D-Ga.), 
President Bisenhower's special 
ambassador to help expand non- 
military aspects of NATO, prob- 
ably will sit in on the meeting. 

Pearson is one of three for- 


panding the alliance. He hopes 
to learn through discussions | 


willing to go in developing 
NATO along economic and po- 
litical lines 

The feeling among many 
leaders is that Russia's 
new campaign of economic com- 
petition may seriously weaken/| 
NATO unless more emphasis is| 
placed on the nonmilitary side| 
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ing like a more peaceful nation 

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ty the West lowering its guard.| 

Adenauer, who arrived in’ 
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uled to come here Monday for'| 
three days of meétings with 
American officials. His princi-| 
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Times Berala | if ife OBITUARIES 
: \ : “\ WEATHER 


SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1956 Bl 


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Scientist, Engineer 
Pay Boost Parley 


some Police Report on School Race Incidents 


— 


thousands of scientists. engi-| 
neers, and Patent Office em-| 
ployes will be discussed Tues-| 
day by officials of the Civil) 
Service Commission with taeee 


wma te | ll Md. Seeks Total Cases Cited City Heads 


in Grades 8 and 11 and of patent 


ters in Grades 8 ih and 12 | To Recover | Durin g 1953-56 Debate Plan 


® scientist or engineer is $5440 : 
and ~~ be lifted to the sixth | : % ‘ . 
step of the grade, or $6115. The | : ~ , ; -. |: . | e« | 
entrance salary of a GS 11 : 3 i 0a un S “ seote, hadamied Ch ol ‘Robe geen ig ily sory fie > Ol alist 
would be jumped from $6390 to ' , racial mocidents .o anda «at eet ty ; | . 7 — 4. 
$7035, the fourth step. . Right of VW ay reported to police jurmng the last thy sed a hal’ wer > 

The minimum pay rates of ie , , A similar report is in the hands of Rep. John Bell Willian ul 1orilyv 
patent advisors would be boost- : Ps Py , Frauds Inv olving (D-Miss.). who has promt re or : fudt the I * 
ed as follows: $4525 7 $5335, ; , ‘ “ | trict echool system and an; ; - . 
the bottom to the top of Grade | 240 Studied 4 
M. . Jtnaier . 
7; $5440 to $6250. the minimum . Rt. 24 Feb. 27, 1953, Eastern High 
to the maximum of Grade 9; . By Appraisers School, assault: A white boy, 14, Treated at schoo it serious : 
$6390 to $7465, the minimum to i ‘a y “PI assaulted by two colored boys Jan .. 1956. MeFarland Jr And Employ ment 
| 7 "3 ; : . . te ae ‘ nNece.< - . a « 

he top step of Grade 11. and | : ” The Maryland State Roads —— 16 No treatment n High, decent assault Three Problems (mong 


ody 2 ee Se See i Commission has set machin- - white girls indecently assaulted , 
the fourth step of Grade 12. | Ss S | ‘ May 14, 1953, Stuart Jr. High, by a group of colored boys Issues Discussed 


Similar pay raises would be ery in motion to recover any assault: A white girl. 16,slapped jan 17. 1956 Sousa Jr High 
eer “. ee a one in monev due it as a result of by unknown colored bo, sht: Colored “on sccaulted a 
sTades an 2. and to : ne ov assau iy 

, 9 , , Ma 15 953 * result o 0 ite ' ted al 
patent classifiers in Grades 11 | the Route 240 right-of-way Oy ) poh abe a my Th eee See Sepeten.¢ 
and 12 frauds, Joseph D. Buscher, choo cchoel chile oe ~ veg “gh ee 

> . p > eT above A hool Whoiieé le n : 1956 MeFarland Ir 
~y — ae rates not special Assistant Attorney bar. 5th and §S st. ne, wer ndecent assault: White 
only wou paid te new em- C threatened } mnens ~ 

: e cs reatene Ww i rou lees vy assaulted bh: 
ployes, but all present employes, reneral 2 signed to the ored boys. No incic ton | bo 5 
their grades, would he raised : Buse eT said at tion nou i> Sent 15 19052 Stuart Ir High “aul ' 4" i¢ ish i4 25821) i¢ ’ 
automatically to them. The in- under wa a mat- assault: A white hov. 12 as..Dy grou 0) ed hes 
creases are expected to be made ter of weeks. however. before saulited by three colored 96, Sousa Ir 
effective as of July 1. ; : 129 12 and 14 , ' | wer 

t is determined how much. if /¢. 16 and 14, while play 

Legal experts are said to : , . playground at above « ind colored boy 
agree that CSC has the author- | 7 any, money should be returned!” . . 19 1084 Eiliett Jr 
ity to raise the pay of new em- to the roads Commisson. Max i .4.nen: exnosure: Colors 
pios es as well as those already \Offenberg and Constas (,us IR ta nemaend me “=a ling unless he agreed to pay 
on the job under a law ap- . a : Basiliko were found guilty of white ris. 11 and 12. w > oF or two colored boys 
proved two years ago. The law) ) conspiracy to defraud the c ntovennend af shame echos Mareh 3. 1956. Scheel Un 
gave CSC the power to raise | “ “s —— . — neal known, le ll. threat 
minimum starting salaries at) ussion through highway land 14, 1954, Kingman School . ' 

, « > y ~ deals b a Montgomery Count’ assault Three lored : : 2 
= Ang My pre Bg Bee oo . jury in Rockville, March 15 saulted a white boy. &. no treat 
people | Censors was sentenced to ment 

pa $2 n n silike » 108 

At one point, some people. ars Rg FR pn mene: Dec. 2, 1954, Stuart Jr. High, Maren ¢ 1956 Edmunds 
questioned whether the salaries | . ie wnete fe the ~sm od fight: Street corner at wove School. assault: Colored bov. 123 
of employes on the Job could | = —_ House of { orrect on , Basilik a —veeem @ © a ee a ick white gi Li, with ha 

: .3 7 ; if iV 5] {) ’ ' ‘* . -. 
also be raised to the new and| os talhem thie case te the Mars and a colored gi: oper ‘lareh 8, 1956, Sousa Jr. High. 
higher startin vels. CSC had . , - ~ . ~ ; by police before i! : 15 
x € le Georre Mason, who wrote the Virginia Dec- | adoption of Mason's document by the Vir- ‘27d Court of Appeals. The lan. 12. 1955. Edmunds School, saul! 

Jan. 12, 1955, Edmunds School, 54uU Oo whit 


to get a favorable answer before . -_ . | ~ “ | ; : 
it was willing to go ahead with; ‘ration of Rights, which was the basis for ginia Legislature. He was a native of Fair. | ~. 4 charged both =meN aw. 105 
, : , . pronte hnroug : . , U : 
salary boosts in the middle and the Bill of Rights in the Federal Constitu- fax and was an influential planter and po- vane ly ee ~ 4 - segg jj MAN nl rl bj | an BP 
; ' . | cerning the relo - ’ i 
higher grades. tion, will be honored at 5 p. m. Tuesday in a litical writer. For the story of the man who tins ; he age unknown, ay- attempte it, tw lores assed by Senate 
: : : caiion site ol Route 240 in ihe Senat 
aor ceremony at Gunston Hall, his home just was described by Thomas Jefferson as “of Montgomery Counts The in. STound of above : mend ave ras 
RETIREMENT Numerous ‘ , —— eben @ 5 1956. T esdetll 
hehind .the-scene discussions below Ft. Belvoir. Thomas —. Dewey, for. the first order of greatness,” but whe is formation, the state said. was /an. 19, 1955, Stuart Jr | ‘ety on : ruesce 
: | ’ =S: e . . " . ( — ; . . = : . ‘ ro a<as n : : 4 b 7 
are being held over the Senate mer governor of New York, will speak. unknown to many Americans today. See irnighed. by Ben DuPre, for. two colored boys | ‘ wm . ' rite " 
' ; . : . ry Oommen . . ic? ry hy »f p> CT , : 7 ts au ' . +) | Ul COLO! CC 
approved Johnston retirement) Tuesday is the 180th anniversary of the Page El of the Outlook Section CF COMMISSION assistant rignt - oe | 
bill and various proposals to ~ ay Gugees, We reraracc == Se 1 ee 
mandify it rom Mexico under @. promise around white girl, 15 ; 
= of immunity to testify for the Feb. 4. 1955, Sousa Jr +s do Bs ute Boys, 16 and 
8. assaulted by 6 to 10 colored 


In general, there appears to . ° ° ° 7 . oo roomnese ot : , or nm = | 
he gent ine Ont rY © hat a istrict (’ ad my ¢ ror if | ] . e : i =. dT gni Retw ere \A ‘e | j ’ ‘ " ven ul es] \ ig 
: tpn diy I l Ss 0 I al 1} Buscher said a stipulation ge unknown nd rec u | ; - . and failed ~ would the p ; 
m4 \pril 26, 1956, Eastern High, oo pu 
ght 


good bill can be worked out by Moet , 
as been made whereby Offen- dent. 16 , lic authority get buses to run 
Between white boy. 17 ul 


Bus Acquisition 


jumped Oy 10 | bows 


High 
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Schoo! 


1958 Truesdell 
9 ie] “ a 


threatened 


Hich 


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g irted. ; ' colored bo. as 


slored fj Cordon 


rious 


ril 20. 1956. Tech High. as 


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the House to provide you and or ie 
erg has agreed to pay to the; Fep 5. 1955, as a result of ind group of colored boys and on Aug, 15 
: : — > 


. ‘o 
your dependents with more lib- “ > . \) oe e. rords commission all ove \ ‘ 
eral retirement-survivor bene- . Owlo CC | fase Ol # \ ¢ ne mente that mi int > / on the above, a gang fight between girls aanlie said one proposal 
iis. Talk is reported to have , , =) ' oe te Sy ‘ —_— "i white and colored at above May 229088. MePariand we ore the Houge-Senate transit 
p “s - ade to hint, Basilikae’ or , ; “ ‘| conferéé 
centered on changes in the| #3 * rf The Commission attor school after school hours, while High, assault: White boy as- into tl + "1 to write language 
. ; . . ' 9 itting th ‘ 
three most costly items in the IT VENTLE—F e. Page I against people, such as assaults med tim effectively with these ney sald two appraisers have colored boy was waiting for bus. caulted bw four colored bovs ae ee ~ — a g the Dis 
" a ’ ra es you h *y ' “~- . : : =i ‘ , , : > ’ 7 — F a7 ,*% ty 
Senate bill which are: — P ' ‘ , , 4 been named to study the seven Feb. 8 1955 Sousa dr High, eated by private doctor. Con-| ceedings to a auire CTC | 
The proposed annuity form. veniles are being handled by Proof of this is found in the But to do the job we need, Varansactions involved. One “ht: Between two colored boys tusions to head and injury to 
: . : ; e . ic¢h more people.” said Mr. Henry ; ’ . 7 se ~ .- , yi , 
ula of 1's per cent on 5 years formal court hearings. - womy S ag hp ot B.., - res Ae =o we bwe oF the appraiser was named to act for 24 , e jee how WW » on 
2 = - . , ats ommniiea 7 " r | ‘ kicke< about 1a ' eau ' : ’ Via 24 1956 ‘ . ‘ ‘ J 
of service and 2 per cent OM pocord Is Even Better veniles committed 63 per cent Youth Council. “We need" ¢ commission and one to act "© **% 3! 19 Met irland yr 
: ; beha j of Offenher ad Ruse he ~( O00; NU se ft) . ts High SSAal) \4 e AOL 15 


after the first 5 years of service, V. Murray and Winters are but only 15 per — of the aE gee 7 meg res High, fight lored 
has considerable support. The doing better than holding the oe a oo es doctors ‘And this is going qd i ntatives struck white boy, 14 th fist 
“level annual cost” of the Sen- line because this year's figures Dropped Next Year to ennt ahames . 7 ” for u) and LeRoy C. _ May 9. 1955, Sousa Jr. High, 
ate’s formula is estimated at against the By the following year, the That people can do an effec... roads mission direc- hgnt Dawes n wh te n' 7 
$240 million. . oy, . pent Seures took another lunge. ve job with difficult youths hry . o _, wey division ner ’ - . —~ odd * 
rhe Senate proposal to give backdrop 8 2 per Comins , has been demonstrated in just au eacy pave been over each) cune 15, 1800, Stuart Jr. Higa, 
free and automatic benefits to\decrease in juvenile crime the last five weeks. Until then, Ph°PETY, mentioned = in the ei ea 
surviving spouses of retireeS! nich was recorded during the cent of the crimes against prop- two groups. known as the rial. When the appraisai work gi Oy ©0808 
on the first $2400 of annuities erty and 10 per cent of those Saints and Satans. were giving is done, Buscher said, a report 1955 


‘. 7. ; i a . ftac 
: : : ; 


, 


must be viewed 


Juveniles committed 49 per 
a! | 
Eastern Hich, a 
- net will be ma to the commiss ult: White gir 16. assault 
would cost about $112 million against people Southeast Washington fits Po aad - ke an ' mmi On , | to . ‘ - ; 
y ~e " . . ‘ “ ‘ ' : ne 2 neerning it t ; iri 
eager finery Ne Bm PF , i that the With Chief Murray's month- lice had four or five complaints what money. if a! the a = roun 
per cent cut on his first $1500,ers are convince: “0 ly over-all ciime report show- against them each week A; i tit ed t c on 4 (ome ove aL 
n 10 per cet t} e is entitied to recove ing at al sche 
and 10 per cent om any Tre-|meager steps they have been jing another decided decrease couple of the ringleaders re the r al it ‘was te ged’: ~ih Oct. 27 1955 Elliott Jr. High 

» th : ’ : . ~s #6 . S . >t ' . | ' ct ~~ : . _ . _ 
mainder to provide a benefit able to take in preventive work toda’ further reductions in cently were committed to insti Offenber: and Rasilik Re “ nog 14 , - 

: " : . " ere ' asSiiiko ‘ assauit nite ov. } ‘ wited 
mor as spouse ip peer, are responsible for the gains the juvenile crime picture are tutions by Juvenile Court made a total profit of $33.000 se ; av | ns , . “ 
t x nect eflecte inlice ther 7 = ‘at PONY OF goo on on way home from 

made in the face of some rapid expected to be reflected Police got together with four transactions several colored boyé 

ial changes here In addition to citing the ra- Charlie Reynolds. director of Busche d under ¢! tun at Casualt eal 
4 ial incidents in the schools, th Washing RB _— cner said under the setup at Casualty Hospjfai for pos 

They welcome any investiga- ‘ Will hol " + tne a oP rng ys ‘UD there was no need for court fractured nosedénd face in 
tion which will bring about pos Rep. Willams bolsters his rea- branch at 17th st. and Massa action Once this phase is Not seriousflater hom 
itive support for additional pre- >?" for a study by noting that chusetts ave. se. who decided completed. however. he said Nov. 9° 1955. Sousa Jr 

. *"* i. “" . . . : -_ 2 . = [ ; : « 
ventive tools to tackle the job 2331 policemen put in oe to call in the Saints and Satans » study will be made of other fichte4WVhite bov. 14. and 
of constructively handling ju —_* on Bh a eamge € | for a talk. They since have had cases, and civil suits mav »e how. 13. Fight: White 
‘ : s " , . J 
at a lower reduction in ble an-| Veniles. here with integration Guring fiscal several meetings, joined in the fled in court to recover addi, 
hi , mn StS an’! The probe will be conducted 1959 club sports and dance activities, tional money 
nuity. T is proposal would cost by Rep. James C. Davis, Georg- That period however. in- and police haven't had a com 
an estimated $51 million a year.) ') nemocrat, who will head a cludes the fall of 1954 when plaint against them since ' Ask ‘Proper Solution’ 

By the way, several interest special six-man House District students demonstrated against) “But we have less staff and seen cd 

Ing statistics on this latter pro- Subcommittee. He hopes to ob integration. In only three days, less money today to de the job Was need to waive more juve 


posal: It's estimated that there tain a counsel and a staff and police put in more than 7000 than we had in 1938,” said nile cases to,the adult courts ' 
whi ~ oo on gn yore yee plans hearings both before and hours on school duty alone to Reynolds a measure-Hacked by his pred D ( Ban ers () ) Ose 
who are and mo who  e “ , :' ‘essor , A . 

re and wh after Congress adjourns do a bang-up job of keeping Junier Police Formation a oot However, Inspector ° ° - 


have 30 years of service. Only " ledged a “systemat- Order 
5900 employes last year took ad-'. He has pledge ”- ols} : With no such d onstrations It was uch tf p ious Juvenile Court is iting ° ry ° 
; ic. impartial study” although ch agemonstra as a much more serious Juvenile Court is granting most 
vantage of the optional 30-year four of the six subcommittee to cope with this year, this gang problem, brought about Df the. police requests for il ) l('- VW ne ransit 
retirement at age 60. But an _.hers have been critical of Statistic also will take a plunge. by the Bone Crushers and Ahe waivers 
estimated total of 97,000 em- the racially integrated public Furthermore, police hours Oil Burners, that led t@ the G. Howland Shaw. who serves 
ployes have 30 or more years school system here P spent on integration during formation of the Junjet Police on both the Youth Council and Page 
of service and most of them are While insisting that the sub- 1955 were much less than the and Citizens Corpg“more than Junior Police boards as well n | » Gaodman 
ies hours they stood duty at pa- a dozen years ago. That's when 48 those of numerous other ' 3 ~y ny 
rades and at Griffith Stadium. police officer Oliver Cowan be- youth agencies, declared it is 
would require you to increase) Wasmingtons ‘reputation 45 Has Other Reports 85 o —_ & going into os the Trasming schools and , HOT : 
your payment into the CS re. one Of the worst cities for ju Williams h oi 4 : . alley on RTOS ane redi-, the courts which have failed gimme , 
tirement fund from 6 to 7 per venile crime,” and stated the + ' as — ~ A recting the youth. Still oper- juveniles, but it is the ‘entire lic ownership 
cent. Some people are insisting) Nation's Capitol has mor-s wis har 9 ‘oak reports, including ating on a shoestring, but with community. | sit Co. was vo 
hat your rate be set at 644 per/ Purse snatchings. yoke assaults racial rea downs of offenders an army of dedicated volun rhe problem is we don't do District of | 
oane if the ahewe proposed ome. and rapes than any cits of charged in yoke robberies, poc- teers. some of whom are for. anything he said “Above Association 
Saat non oa eoahh comparable size ketbook snatchings and hold- mer members he now has sev. evervthing else we need to The influent ul gro 
rhe Government's cost is a Williams’ Viewpoint ape rhe majority of these of- en different Junior Police units spend a lot of cash in the ele- ing up its 38th co! 
Santen thal ie witele ‘aleucien . po fenders are adults established mentary schools Homestead sGopl od 
stood and which all must agree In a Similar mannet ten 7 He is convinced such mate Both Chief Murray and In | The elementary schools are Lion urging at a co 
is rather complicated John Bell Williams (D-Miss.) ren " Sumicent cause for look- spector Winters are firm advo point of departure—I'd proper solution 
lhe cost of any more liberal S¥u5committee member who pro a into the school situation Cates of more club activities like to say that 55 times and transportation pro 
retirement proposal. the acti- posed the study. observed that relieves — that possibly the for vouths underline it each time The gentiy soug 
aries explain, is measured on a OMe cannot ignore the juvenile school system needs to be re rhey put that need second elementars Seneas are rns cena det gl 
“level,” or average basis. It\crime pattern here in any vines to permit placement of only to having more police on front on which to fight delin- cost of a deficit pu 
wouldn't be fair to estimate the Study of school problems children a accordance with the street @ act as 8 deterrent quency ee 
cost of any bill by its first vear’s | He has collected a number CHO ability to learn and not to crime They also want.even He noted it is after the home, ill affora - 
cash outlay or its ultimate top Of documents, including a po according to age, height and stronger screening and counsel]. church and schools fail and Daniel W. Bell, cha 
weight.” He also indicated that line procedures for juveniles the ll ant hou. is reached.” ;the bankers resoiulior 


cost. That's why a “level.” or lice report of an assault May 
average, figure is used 94 at McFarland Junior Hien Parents should be permitted to’ Since the Youth Aid Division that the public expects a pro- mittee, is author of a compe 


The actuaries estimate the Schoo! \ 15-year-old white ©™ter children in schools “best stepped up its counselling pro- bation officer or a training bond flotation § plan 
“level” cost of the Senate bill boy was stahhed bv a 13-vear suited to their environment gram. verv few of the poten. s¢ hool to correct a youth in one would continue pri ate owne r 
at $454 million a year. The bill old Negro. The victim was ad oa both he and Davis de- tial or minor offenders have year's time ship of Capital Trans! withou 
may entail a cash outlay of no mitted to Garfield Hospital and * are they will come to no.con- been returned for new viola Judge Cockritt’s Views the Wolfson group i err | 
more than $10 million in its frst his attacker is awaiting Juven clusions until they get all the tions On othe District econom lh (e) tified 
year but its ultimate cash cost, ile Court action facts before them Inspector Winters also Judte Cockrill also noted problems the bankers in thet 
they add, could be from $806 to| Such incidents, Williams And, in the District today, would like to have police cruis- that the “community at large resolutions advocated that 4 s I: nmewiwieers 
$900 million a year. The 1 per |claims, are on the increase. there are numerous persons ers on patrol duty to ward off should be better informed of; © Repeated and never-end <** 400 om 
cent increase in the employe) This is borne out by a report who have been working with any potential trouble at teen- the real problems and condi- ing efforts be made to convince I T i 
contribution would raise $9@,from Inspector Winters to the city's youth, who will be age hangouts. tions which exist Congress that Washington resi- IJl raunuig 
million a year. Chief Murray which shows that OMly too willing to present the Although Inspector Winters But she said that the court, dents can not hope to support te de “gro nie 

A spokesman says the Admin- racial incidents in and around facts. does not favor a curfew law. Police, schools--and -welfare this community as the capita Sixteen candidates have been then C President 
istration still believes that the|\the schools have risen from! The Commissioners Youth he is giving serious considera. agencies all share responsibil- of the Nation . . . without sub- certified as engineers-in-train- J. A. B. Bi ihe Wolf- 
best way to provide more lib-|three and four during the two Council, for example, has been tion to the need for a law pro: ity in the juvenile problem. stantial additional financial as-ing by the District Board of son group has agre d to take 
eral retirement-survivor bene-| years prior to integration to 12 concerned about unsupervised hibiting loitering by juveniles “An over-all survey of all sistance from Federal sources. Registration for Professional the franchise back under House 
fits is to coordinate CSR with|and 15 durire the two years of sroup activity among youths after certain hours. agencies dealing with young; ° The commissioners be Engineers bill terms. which grants more 
the Old-Age and Survivors In-\ schoo] integration. here. Only one of these groups, Gasch Agrees With Police people and their community urged to continually review the! Joseph . Antosca, 3360 Erie et concessions than | Commis- 
surance (OASI). But he conced-| Several are listed as “not the all-white Rebels, appears . _ jadjustment could be construc- cost of and possible economies Alexandria David 103 oi ¥ r, Sioners want | 
ed that it. stand had been'serious” and the reported inci- to have gotten together to com-| United States Attorney Oliv- tive and beneficial to the com-in the District Government .. . roe ston: | Bell and his group plans to 
“softened” by the GOP attempts dents represent only a minute mit crimes. It was broken up er Gasch’s views on juvenile munity and to those of us whoto ease the burden of local meet again Monday with Broad- 
in the Senate to cut the costs'segment of actual juvenile by police and Juvenile Court crime here also coincide with are charged with responsibility taxation lest it becomes so great . 3718, water and with th 

| action this month. police officials. He noted there in better understanding exist- as to be unbearable Appleton st. nw. Pvt. Meicolm O burjers at 10 a. m Twcsdey 
Commissioners hope that 


of the Johnston bill. icrime here. . , . , F . 
It has been a consistent fact The rest of the groups seem has been a decline or leveling ing problems and determining ° Efforts to solve the down- Proctor. 49 rt Totten dr. ne: Pres-/ ( ) 
which! "Jerri C Rohits. °5702 Abbott ar | these meetings will come 


, it ' lehat the bulk of juvenile of- to. be’ organized for ordinary off in several areas, with the more effective means of resolv- town parking probiem ,' ; viet 
Today s Chuckle ‘fenses in the District have in- club activity but Youth Coun- exception of ynauthorized use ing them,” she said. “I wel- have made notable strides re- ¢, .., ioasis for at least a progress 
Nothing is impossible. But volved housebreakirigs and cil members fear that crime of automobiles come a comprehensive and ob- cently, be continued, especially gatzowes 
some people are thefts and are not crimes may be'a by-product if they do, He believed there probably jective survey.” toward the development of ver-.2 Victor 


Emvlovment Problems« 


last fiscal yea! 
Police. court and youth work 


r_cga 
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compromise is a flat 5 per cen 
reduction 

Up te now. no influential of. 
ficial on either side has been 
willing to talk compromise on 
the Senate provision to permit 
an employe to retire after 30 
years of service at any ace and 


noted that currently 


uneer-age © committee will concentrate on 
YOUR COST: The Senate bil} school problems, Davis did note 


SPRI 


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report to the congressional con- 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, June 10, 1956 


_B2 


In NAACP Suit 


Arlington Boar 


Acts on 


By Connie 


Stef! Reporter 


The Arlington County Board 
passed a formal resolution yes- 
terday calling for adequate po- 
lice protection of the Arlington 
families who are participating 
in an NAACP integration suit 


R. 1. Bickford 
Bureau of 


Ships Official 


Funeral services for Robert I 
Bickford, 65, supervisory me- 
chanical engineer in the indus- 
trial tool and equipment branch 
of the Bureau 
of Ships, will 
be held Mon- 
day at 10 a. m. 
in the Gasch 
funeral home, 
Hey at teville, 
Md 

Mr. Bickford 
died Thursday 
in Prince 
Georges Hos 

ital after a 
aioe iliness Mr. Bickford 
Burial will be in Fort Lincoln 
Cemetery 

Often called 
his associates. 
Washington in 1918 from his 
Brooklyn, N. Y., home and went 
to work in the hand tool sec- 
tion of the Navy Department. 
He worked for the Bureau of 
Ships for 38 years and was 
made head of the section in 
1943 

He was a member of the As- 
sociation of Senior Engineers 
of the Bureau of Ships. 

Mr. Bickford was a trustee 
of the Grace Memorial Baptist 
Church in Colmar Manor and 
of the Colmar Manor Elemen- 
tary School. He was also one 
of the founders of the Cottage 
City Volunteer 
ment 

Surviving are his wife, Caro- 
line, 3421 40th place, Colmar 
Manor. Md.: a daughter, Char- 
lotte Thompson, and a s0n, 
Robert Jr... both of Colmar 
Manor; another daughter, Eliz- 
abeth Orrison, Falis Church.) 
Va.: two sisters, Ella Walters’ 
and Irene Gurken of Albertson. 
Long Island, and eight grand-' 
children. 


“Mr. Bick” by 
he came to 


BERNZ-O-MATIC STOWES 
mS, TORCH HITS 


See Poege 23 n PARADE Section 


A Sincere Message to 
The Practical Person 


About Making One's 


Own Funeral 


The thoughtful man or woman—the type who 


carefully plans such 


Fire Depart. 


Threats 


Feeley 


against the County School 
Board. 

Two white families who 
joined in the suit along with a 
number of Negro parents have 
received telephone threats. As 
a result, one of the two white 
families, Mr. and and Mrs. Jack 
Orndorff, 5200 N. Carlyn 


5 Springs rd., has withdrawn from| 


‘the suit filed May 17 in Alexan- 
‘dria Federal Court. 

Barbara Marx, 6897 N Wash-| 
ington bivd., has said she will) 
not withdraw and has notified 
Arlington police and the Fed-' 
eral Bureau of Investigation of 
telephone calls and threatening 
letters. 

Det. Capt. Dudley Rector said 
yesterda, that Arlington police 
are investigating “Mrs. Marx's 
compiaint, but have no around- 
the-clock watch on her home 

County Board Member David 
Krupsaw stressed that the 
board's resolution was a formal 
one showing the board's inter- 
est in the constitutional rights 
of citizens, and was not meant 
as a criticism of the police de- 
partment. 

Gov. Thomas B. Stanley and 
Attorney General J. Lindsay Al- 
mond will receive copies of the 
resolution. 

In other action, the board 
postponed for two weeks a de- 
cision on the controversial 
Dover Heights roadway issue 
Home owners are asking the 
board:-to condemn an old right 
of way meandering among their 
$40,000 homes in the North Ar- 
lington subdivision. 

In the center of the contro- 
versy is Arlington attorney 
Anna F. Hedrick, who had the 
old road—which cuts across 
several county - maintained 
roads to her property — re. 
opened late last month by court 
order. 

Four members of the board 
went on record as being op- 
posed to passage of a state 
\sales tax, but agreed that if 
one is enacted the state should 
keep only 20 per cent of the 
revenues, returning 80 per cent 
to the localities. 

The fifth board member 
eorge M. Rowzee Jr.. was not 
the vote was 


G 
present when 
taken 
Board members agreed that 
the present county assessment 
ordinance should be amended 
At present, real estate values 
|are reassessed every six years 
| in Arlington County. The board 
indicated it favors a continuing 
| program as recommended by'| 
| the Northern Virginia Regional 
| Planning Commission. 


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; 


| 
| 
| 


Arrangements 


matters as insurance, 


trusts and estates—should give pause to this 


sincere message about 


funeral. Hundreds of 


Joseph Gawler’s Sons for these arrangements, 


planning ones own 


people have turned to 


and have derived great personal satisfaction 


from this wise move. 


The planning and payment 
funeral is a practical approach to an emotional 


own | 


for ones 


crisis in the lives of the ones who will survive. 


When vou remove from 


of funeral arrangeménts and payments at the 


time of your death, 


them the added burden 


you are giving them 


’ 


further reason for cherishing the memory of | 


you and your thoughtfulness 


Over and above this, 
practical consideration 
money 
your lifetime—either 
or through a monthly 
can arrange—you are 
for tomorrow's more 
is the case with all 
funerals have 
there is every reason t 
continue this trend. 


If you are the 


that hundreds of 
people have come to 


increased 


least 
discussing this matter, 
thoughtful 


however, is the very 
of saving your estate 


By paying for a Gawler funeral during | 


in lump sum payment | 
payment plan that we 

paying today’s price 
expensive services. As 
services, the costs of | 
over the years, and 
o believe that they will 


hesitant about 
in mind 


bit 
please bear 
and practical . 


Joseph Gawler’s Sons | 


over the years and planned and paid for their 


own funerals. Many 


are living today who 


have the solemn satisfaction of knowing that 


this problem will neve 
have heard expressions 


the survivors of others who anticipated their 


own passing and spar 
problems. 


Please come in and discuss this most practical 


matter in detail, and in 
for an appointment. 


@ century 


JOSEPH 


GAWLER 


SONS. INC. 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 


1756 PENNSYLV 
Telephone: 


COURTESY PARKING OPPOSITE 


r face their family. We 
of deep gratitude from 


ed the bereaved many 


confidence .. . or phone 


of service 


"$ 


ANIA AVE. N.W. 
NA, 85512 


president 
‘pany of 


inome al 


| Food Institute 
lash 


; veteran, 


idied yesterday in Oconomowoc, 
| Wis., 
ling with her 
months 


iShe was a graduate of the old 


lentered Government 


‘decorator for Woodward and 


ibut remained active as secre-' 


Both his arms amputated after he came in 
contact with a high-voltage wire less than 
a month ago, Robert (Butch) Tipton shows 
how to go about making the best of things 


Trust Fund Started 
For Armless Butch 


do with it. So he contacted a Super Market 


friend, Robert R. Stubbs, 
cial representative of the Gov- 
ernment Employes 


A trust fund to keep armless 
Robert (Butch) Tipton “from 
being news today and forgotten 
tomorrow” has been started by 
two generous-minded Washing- 
ton citizens. 

Butch, a 10-year-old whose 
stout heart is making up for the 
loss of his arms, came near 
death at his home at McCon- 
chie, Md. May 18 when he 
climbed a tree and accidentally 
touched an electric power line 
4 7200-volt shock coursed 
through his body and he tum- 
bled unconscious through the 
tree branches. His father, Rob-' Church, 4 
ert C. Tipton, found him hang- 
ing by one foot from a lower 
limb. 

The amputation of both of 
Butch’s shattered arms was 
done at Georgetown University 
Hospital, where Butch, a cou- 
rageous, uncomplaining patient, 
is the pet of doctors and 
nurses. 
factorily 

The Robert Tipton Trust 
Fund was started by John 
| Murphy, owner of the Cock and 
‘Bull Cocktail Lounge, because 
“I have children of my own 
and I just like children 

He began taking a collection 
in his bar and then suddenly 
realized he didn’t know what to 


Co. 


Dr. 
Rev. D. 
ministrators. 

Dr. 


uest 


The two decided to set up 
a trust fund for Butch. 


Rush was 
geon and Mr. Safford, pastor 
of Old Durham Episcopal! 


Stubbs started the fund rol- 
ling up yesterday with a per- 
sonal check for $100. 
turned over $50 in cash as 
start on what the boys at the of America and a life member 
bar have contributed.” 
He is recovering satis-| The organizers stressed that| No. 23. 
the Fund is not competing with 
collection efforts underway in widow, Hannah Rebecca Mensh 
La Plata, Md., but aims only to| and eight sons and daughters: 
Benjamin F.. Samuel A., Mar- 
Safford, who said Butch’s fa-cus D.., Simon T., Dr. Maurice, 
ther is partially disabled and and Elizabeth, all of Washing- 
* unemployed, asked that all con-| ton; Mrs. Morris Z. Lipsitz, Bal- 
tributions be sent to the Rob- ‘timore, and Mrs. Henry T. Sil- 
ert Tipton Trust Fund at the|berman, Lebanon, 
Munsey Trust Company. 


collect money in this area 


| Associated Press 
as they are as he reads a book in George- 
town University Hospital. He has just 
turned a page of this cartoon book with his 
left big toe. ane other | foot holds the book. 


pay Mensh, 
Owner of 


Spe- 


Mr. Mensh came to Washin 


the on from Austria in 1902. 


Safford as ad- 


Louls Mensh, 78, owner of Tuesday at Arlington a0 am. 
Insurance Mensh’s Super Market at 2324 
Ontario rd. nw., died yesterday 

Stubbs sought the advice of 'm his home at the Ontario road 
Donald Wooster, trust officer at address after a six-month ill 
the Munsey Trust Co. The fund ness. 
was formalized yesterday with 
Robert C. Rush and 
Wade 


He 


operated his grocery store on 


Butch’s sur Ontario rd. for 34 years. 


sides, Md.. bap- 


Tifereth Israel Congregatio 


1401 Euclid st. nw 


Murphy ington 


“the Mizrachi Zionist 


of Pentaipha 


Mr. Mensh is survived by h 


Mr. | 


Pa 


\of Washington, 
| Baltimore. and a sister, 


Active in religious, civic and 
philanthropic affairs, Mr. Mensh 


tized Butch ff the hospital after was one of the founders of 
his accident at his mother's re- 


n ; 


, as well as 
the Hebrew Academy of Wash 


He was a member of 
Organization’ 


Lodge F.A.A.M. 


There 
are 14 grandchildren. Also sur- 
viving are two brothers, Shea, 
and Sona, of 
Mrs. 


George E. Petitt, Official ““"""“""™* 


Of Potash Co., Dies at 60 


Mansfield Petitt; 
daughters, Mrs. Everett V. Hol- 
land of Westfield, N 
Willis Bumstead, Milville, Pa.; 
Zane E. Bloom, 
Payson Jones, 


Petit, 60, vice! Esther 
of the Potash Com- 
America, died yester- 
heart attack at his 
1026 16th st 
A native of Alexandria, he 
also maintained a large farm at 
Amburg, Va 

He was a director of the Pot- 
ash Co., the National Plant 
American Pot 
the Potash 


George E. 


day of a Mrs. 


Mrs, E 


nw 


itt 
George M 
dock rd... 
brother, 
andria. 
Institute and 
Export Association 

Mr. Petitt, a World War Il 
was a member of the 
| Metropolitan Club and the Con- 
| gressional County Club 

He is survived by his wife, "™ 


day at Ft 


-_—_ 


Celestine B. Hodges 
Celestine Bower Hodges, 69, 
retired interior decorator here, 


where she had been stay- 
sister for some 


Miss Hodges came to Wash- 


. parents, Col 
ington when she was an infant 


Vv. 
a sister 
and later 
service. 

She attended the Parsons 
School of Design in New York 
In 1920, she bacame in interior 


Central High School. 


Lothrop 

Miss Hodges retired in 1951, , 
es 
tary of the store’s 20-year club.| iil imide 
She was a life member of the 27 
Eckington Presbyterian ‘ 
Church, N. Capitol and Q st 
ne 

Her sister in Oconomowoc is ; 
Aurora I. Spransy. Her brother, 
Bower, lives in Gulfport, Fla 
Her brother, Charles, lives at 
7001 Exeter rd. Bethesda. 
Graveside services will be held 
in Rock Creek Cemetery here 


in afternoon 
| portions 
east 


in 


pi omen 


Al bee vere ue 
Alpen 


Have you visited the 
Fountain of Faith 


—and— 
Court of Mauseleums? 


Angherene 
| Asheville 


ante 
Atlantic Citys 


National 
Memorial Park 
On Lee Highway, Route 211, 


1% miles west of Falls 
Church, Virginia. 


ae rlingtes 
pe Fatteras 
arieston 


> 


Css e ss se Ssszsssessez 


; icago 
Sineinnatt 
Cleveland 
Columbus 


Peter N. Pothier 

Funeral services for Peter N 
/Potheir, 19, of 7107 Georgia ave. 
, will be held at 9 a. m. Mon- 
Myer Chapel 

Mr. Pothier, a Princeton stu- 
dent until leukemia forced him 
to discontinue classes in April, 
1955, died Wednesday at Walter being nagged” was admitted to 
Reed Army Medical Center. 

While at Princeton he was a servation last night after Sev- 
member of the Court Club and enta 
the Whig Clio Debating Society.|Gocke seized her as she was 
He had worked last summer aticlimbing over the rail of the 
the Naval Research Laboratory. east 

Mr. Pothier is survived by his Freeway 
and Mrs. Mathew 
Pothier: a brother, 
Cornelia 
Georgia avenue address 


Washingten and Ares Today—Drissie Pair ne warmer 
m morning becoming 
this afternoon 
—PFPair and warmer 
Maximum. 
Minimum, 


viand; 7 Today—Mostiy cloudy. wit 
occasional d¢rizgie east and ce 


portions in morning. 


from 
port 
56 im the southwest portion. Monday— ‘of Engineers.) 


Temperatures and rain for 24 hours ending 7 p.m. Saturday. 


Man Killed by Train, 
1 Escapes on Bridge 
CHESTER, Pa., 


Norfolk: 
Rich-| 


Chester Creek 


He was killed b 
a a Mrs.'eastbound freight of the 
and &/panion, Harold Blanehard, 5 
Alex-\of Shipglehouse, Pa. sai 
Shultz saw 


Petitt, 


June 9 #— 
five One man was killed by a train 
today while a companion saved 
Mrs.' himself by hanging from a rai)- 
road tie on a bridge over the 


The victim was identified as 
mond, and Patricia E. Petitt of Edward A. Shultz, 32, of Cet 
Amburg; a son, George E. Pet-| ahy, Wis 
of Amburg: 
Cole, 614 
Alexandria: 
Fred $ 


alti- 
Brad-| more & Ohio Railroad. His com-| 


2, 
d 


the train coming 


land shouted an alarm. Blanch- 


the way but Shultz did not. 


Woman Thwarted 
In Freeway Leap 


A 33-year-old woman 
teld police she was 


D. C. General Hospital for o 


Precinct Pvt. John 


end of the Whitehur 


John: and Vincent Torio, managing dire 
all of the tor of the Trans Lux Theater 
who called police 


a 


the east and nor 


us 


in 
iy cloudy pes portio 
Winds — Northeast, 
variable 
Visibility —Pair 
oe paerteres from 
mulated deflicie of temperatu 
h since Jen 1. 1966 7 ‘Gentecs *“Deficien 
ince June 1, 1956. 38 degrees. Acc 
mulated deficiency of precipitation sin 
Jan 19 3.20 inches 
June i O7 inch 
Vomperaters , one year ace: 
rees 
ides 


par 
high near 
Saturd 


becoming 


becoming gece 


ott cent ir 


2n\fai por- 
scattered showers 


High. 
Sun rises 5 


scattered show er sets 
es and set > “a a ry 


in : an 
78 


the 


t The Potomac Riv 
ions 


54 9 
from to at Great Palis is sliahtly muddy 


nH. L. Pree 
S68 «568 ; 
91 
a4 


L. Pree. | 
69 
52. 


I 
Denver veeeh be 64 
‘ | Des Moines 
| Oetroit 
' pe el 
Port We Worth 
Fresno 
Galveston 
ran Rapids 33 


90 
93 
oe 
63 | 


, 
. 


ard succeeded in getting out of 


who 
“tired of 


b-| 


J 


st 


The woman was spotted by 


Cc 
5 


National Weather Summary 


h 
ht 


esterday: 


re 
cy 
u- 

ce 


Excess since 


72 
$ 


‘Corps 


Pree 


03) 


5 JOHNSON. Ff! 


Luvriling 


ASRATL. ISAAC Roun. 


Arlington 
Midget Car 
Racer Killed 


| swestasren. JACK... Unvetlin 
emory of the late 
o ” aes ay 


e» Wechingter 


nveilin 
A 


latives ana friends invit 
HAYMAN. BETTY D. Unre 


tives and 


services 
Harold Ww. (Dickey) Reynolds s 
of Arlington, Va., died of in-| {).J>*., 


a. Hratte- 
juries suffered when his midget merial Ce aa A. v Ripgs as, invited 


racing car crashed through the ®ADIx. Jou GEORG 
JOHN 

band 

father of 


unday 


al 


se Relatives and friends are 
Pi 


1s) 
vite 


in Memoriam 


y Deans In loving meme- 
- sore... - 4 ana father 
whe pepees 

ye  - ares today. Ju 
a. eopding by paul te Heaven 
v heart 
* pfoken 


to pear 
oe far apart 


oe be with os in our 


and preying we will 


we 
t od @ far éwar 
+ one? aré dark end the dare 


Bui our time ts spent Minkine 
Your LOVING WIFE AXD CHILDREN 
emery of 


et MMe seeesci| ph alike tate ees 
Wil’ ovuts WIE ANB rary alniives and 


riends invit 
ME 
InG. Be P ory of 
Paty she > | paanes rd 


Sees a % rom Ses toda ne 
Bix onde day have passed “dion wnat} 


fou 


Si ah 
ad. | peers £ +> pre Be. 
Mr. Reynolds started driving vegemener?. 
at the Hybla Valley 

ay near Groveton, vel fe 

as a mechanie at 

Bob Nay's (Annandale, Va.) ga | age fae 


on oo vs 
oy it wes Die will 


ate of Washington- ut liveth stil! 
Lee eres in 1047, Mr. MOTHER AND DAD 
was married and the 


The works mas change from Fear to 
te ether 0 fy ors aa girl. ge | 
ie wife of. a a r. memory pest away 
Diana Lynn, live in Arlington. BIS LOVING SISTER NANCY | 
. Reynolds spent three 
years in the Army and was sta- 
tioned in Germany. 

He won the Eastern Roadster 
championship in 1951. He was 
driving the powerful Haphan- 
Offenhauser at the time of the 
accident. 

Besides his wife and daugh- 
ter, survivers include his pa- 


brothers. Shea M 
Cand Jaced Miensh of 
services > 1? 


ere, 
nere! 
. 

nw ow Psy ax x 
t en ictoth rae 
* omit flewers 
arieé rd. ae 
June 
jan 


7 
Cemetery ‘od 
Memorial week at 2324 On 
: ot aT” LOUTME On Friday 

956. at her residence 
Palis Church : 
AN , 


were. ‘. - ory 
of eur Gee 


lite” ‘nine years age 
Away tm the lend of the sunrise 
rated by Heaven's f0ld door 

' 

’ 


r loved one is patiencty wetting 
ot e 


whe or ond ha ee i? 
Bird 


a 


M@. Im loving 
r sister who senaried. th 
teday. June 10 


chusetts ave where services at 
be held on Monday. June Il. at 1 
‘ Entembment Cedar Hill RL 


ROAN. TRENE On Salerses: 
5 1pse IRENE C ROAR, 
beloved wile of Pred L. Mergen and 
mother of Mrs thle C. Linton. Miss 
Deorts BE. Morgan and CRaries Carey 
organ al at . 
¥ "WV ome aid 
Georgia ave. Notice of services later 


MURPRY (nee 


m 
tuery 


Poovss. of Up- “ 


Sasso” at 1 Home ona! 
sai Jame 12 


& ere +! 
aft ea 


on re irs- 


and alte ‘ 
Reynolds, Falls Church. iL 
The body will be brought to 


the Ives Funeral Home, 2847 
Wilson bivd., Arlington. Funeral 
services will be at 10:30 a. m.| 


Mrs Muronh 
t E Pumphrey Puneral 
ee, 8434 Ceorgia ave 
M rvices on Monday 
m at th 


retatives awe ed Transfiguration 


Cemetery 
On T huregey. 


nterment Cedar ill 
BIC KFORD ROBERT I 
June 7 95¢ 


Eugene J. Brahm 


Eugene Joseph Brahm, 45 
3850 Rodman st. nw., Associate 
Solicitor of the Post Office De- 
partment, died yesterday at 
Georgetown University Hos- 
pital.  Taterment 

Mr. Brahm, o 
who had high 
blood pressure, 
entered the 
hospital last 
Sunday for a 
check-up. 

A graduate of 
Loyola Univer- 
sity Law 
School, Mr. 
Brahm was a 
Navy leuten- 
ant for three years during : goulem mae 

. " ws ’ » letor r M 
World War II and served! perniyivsnia ‘sve eee be m C a | rte torment Ari 
aboard the destroyer U. S. §.) 9:30 & m. Requiem mas SERS! Semeners 

| EPETTI. CLARE 0 
Leary. in the South Pacific. Re! “Bt. (Peters Church at 10 p. 2. = H ie. oy Ag 

Funeral services will be held | ment Assumption Cemetery, Bt Cloud. h 

Tuesday at 10 a. m. 


Min 
in the De- CLARKE. DANIEL FE. Il. Sugde on | 
Vol day. Ju 1956 
consin ave. nw. Burial will be. 


Funeral Home, 2224 Wis-| Sel ored ton BaNiei | 
in Arlington National Ceme- 
tery. 

He is survived by his wodow. 
Josephine Goetz Brahm of the) 
Rodman st. address; his son. 
Eugene J. Jr.. of Chicago: his 
mother, Mrs. Francis A. Brahm 
and two brothers, Bernard and | ®4®CEY, coma 
Alfred, all of Chicago. His sis- CORA BEAN DanC EY 


ter, Mrs. William S. Allen lives| %..°% 
in Winnetka. Ill. oy te 


convenience 

ediacent te the Funeral Home) 
. | WALLS. ENOCH W. On Friday. June &, 

issé EN Ww NALLS 


rol or 
ca ine Bick! Soleved 
» 


ot ge Ris pore Rilnabetn Orrison 


, —~+ it 


cen Ourkey end eight srandchi dren 


fr! Interment Cedar 
ort Lin 
4 v _ CLAY. On 


Thurecar 


| SEAS. “ GENE J. On Satur de? 
t Georgetown University 
te oe: OENE BRA HN 
\usband of Josephir 
Branm n 
and brother of Bernard 
rs Al. 
relatives map i a 
: 2 : 
me Cemetery 
>. O'DONNELL. , wy av: On Prix 
June } +*Ae sr oT he 
JAMES F ODOR NELL of 54) 4 is 
therne a . 


10 } 
t jonal Semet et, where araveside serv- 
| Be fi at 10°30 a.m 
™. Suddeniy. on Fri 
ios at Ais rset ence. 
° LO M 
4 nessane of - 


av 
as 


| BUCKLER, he te 


Mr. Brahm 


mier 


son 


re 
and 


Mount Olivet “Cen elery. Piease 
flower 
Pupers! | REYNOLDS, 


prides. 


RAROLD = _— On 
June & 1956 u enabdbore 
HAROLD RICH ARD REYN. 
2515 North Pershing dr 


‘ 
Cemet ery 5 


; your 
Wayne ave 
edjacent to } } 
CORA —— On or ger out , 


‘be oved 


Interment 
ington Nati oad Cemetery 


eh FRANCIS On Priday. June 
55s « . 


FRAN 


emeter ¥ 


Dr. Henry Douglass ii" 
Funeral services will be held, \ic'ktcen To ane Grosvenor 

s Cc RNELI. ERT ( 
in Frazier’s Chapel, 389 Rhode DABNEL, ROB a 1 CLAN, (On. 
Island ave. nw., today at 2 p.m 10100 Edward 
for Dr. Henry F. Douglass, in- 


structor of 
a 


husband of 

Prances A. Slener and father of Rob 
bert £ son of 
r of Bessie 

Vire! nia Vik and Joseph Blorer. 


Old 
lane 


Satur Rubs 
CLAY Little 
. Pune 


beloved aera! 


anc epson of 
#ll. brothe 
ong Bonnie 


vy rg: nia 

‘ enh 

"barnel 2° ends 

whe Colonial 

‘ “Robert A. Pumph rey 

where servi ces Will te 
. at 


t I 
ongreses 
n 


Conant . Se th 
Bant ‘et Church at 2p 


pathology at 
Howard Medi- 
cal School, who 
died Thursday. 

Mr. Douglass, | 
42, suffered a 
heart attack in 
his room at the 
YMCA, 1816 
12th st. nw 
Burial will be 
in Baltimore 

A graduate of 
the University of Pittsburgh 
Mr. Douglass was a member of 
the class of 1938 at Howard 
Medical School. 

He is survived by his widow, 
Alberta A., and two daughters 
Marcia H. and Frances A. of 
5009 Just st. nw., and his aunt, ST 
Mary E. Johnson of Baltimore eapmend, Ve. Ane tamiy son 

the ’ Giaed Research Poun 
4 an Security Bide Wash- 


the Genaresa Heights “Baptist Church 
Bulliding Pund 
a... SORRELL. McKENDREE JF. On gune a, 
a! District Genera! Hosen Me 
KENDRe J SORR 
ttle 


m 
DONOV. aN. EDNA MAY Suddenly 
. 19564 at Geer 
 EDNA MAY DONOVA 

th at Ar) 


an 
Hospi! a “taan 


Va a. 23 fe 5 
ter of Mr m 


| os 
; : 
er-| randchifdren Bervices Mon dag 
m. (BST) from 
Sethediet Chureh Chi tons 
terment Church Come ry 


wife ST. CLAIR. ROBE 


D m ; 
Rock Creek Cemetery 
CORA ETHEL. On F Bureday 
ne 1956. CORA ETHEL wD 

1448 i8th at se beloved 
f Edward J. Dowd end mother of 
josephine Lee De Vaughn. She 
rvived by three srandehii- 


Dr. Douglass 


services wi)! 
da une 11, at 10:15) 
Arlington National astern "Mond v 
‘wa ’ ids vited. 
snlermen Memorial Park. 
Palle Chure . 
a PAVERS. 7h r 
on June 8 
Rut 4 "teliater ‘ro 
Teliaferro 
Nerris Mre ; 
Poster and Robert 
at Chamber: Janes 
" ae Tues os 
as m. Ini ameak Arlington 


su pa MABEL VIRGINIA. 
June 6 SG at nh h 


te Age WILFRED L. JR. On Fri Gay 
954. WII PRED GOODWYN | 
+s f° oved husband of Ei snapety lee 
Gooeuys her of Wilfre 
wyn If! and Elisabeth 
‘ay 


National 
Va 
of 1827 Park 


1956. husband of 


Bervices on Mon 


10°30 
Louis M. Buckler 


Funeral 


Hn} INER 
ME ort ~ 
a 


ROBERT 
_ var 


954 
‘HEI NPR 


father of 
Bervices wil 


CAPT 
oes 


Ju 
OBERT. GRAHAM 
UBN 


GRAHAM, 


=, Erie 
(ret. 0 


services will be held 
Monday in St. Peter's Catholic 
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daughter Ellen and his wife. 


Md. U. Graduates Told 
Of Need For Leadership 


In the relatively near future 
college-trained men and women 
will occupy “every significant 
position in our society,” the 
University of Maryland gradu- 
ating class was told yesterday 

Speaking at commencement 
e-ercises in the wuniverstiy’s 
huge Student Activities Build- 
ing at College Park, John W 
Gardner, president of the Car- 
negie Corp. of New York, said 
the time is rapidly passing 
when it “was fashionable for 
successful men to boas* that 
they had not been to college 
but to the school of Hard 
Knocks.” 

“Today, advarced training 
In college or gradu ‘te schoo! 
is becoming a prerequisite for 
every sort of leadership,” be 
said 

The 
trained 


present emphasis on 
talent, Gardner said 
means “that for the first time 
ir our history virtually the 
total leadership of our society— 
political, industrial, technical, 
professional, educationa. and 
agricultural will have been 
channeled through a single set 
of American institutions—the 
colleges and universities.” 
“The meaning of this for our 
colleges and universities is that 
they must produce not only spe- 
cialists, but men with wisdom 
and breadth and a sense of val- 
ues to play their destined role 
of leadership.” Gardner said 
He urged the 2170 graduates 
to support “vigorously” their 
colleges and universities. 
Earlier, Maryland Gov. Theo- 


By Robert C. Albrook 
Sta! Reporter 


Two years after they were 


for two new Potomac River 
bridges to relieve steadily 
worsening Washington rush- 
hour congestion still were 
mired in controversy yesterday 
as the-84th Congress went into 
the home stretch. 

| Even ts latest monthly traf- 
‘fie counts revealed a 5% per 
cent increase over a year ago 
jin the volume of cross-country 
travel, District, state, and Fed- 
eral agencies came at logger- 
heads over where and how one 
of the new crossings should be 
built and who should maintain 
the other. 

The House District Commit- 
tee announced additional hear- 
ings for 10 a. m., Wednesday, 
‘on the long feud between the 
District Highway and the In- 
terior Department over wheth- 
er a new crossing at the foot of 


' 


Constitution ave. should be a, 


bridge or a tunnel. Spokésmen 
for both agencies indicated the 
District still insists on a bridge, 
Interior on a tunnel. 


‘States Balk 


| A request for $14.3 million 
for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge 
at Jones Point near Alexandria 
has been approved by a House 
Appropriations Subcommittee. 
‘But even if the funds are fi- 
‘nally approved by Congress 
\they can't be spent, under the 
\law, until Maryland and Vir. 
iginia agree to maintain the 
Span. 


authorized by Congress, plans ti 


fied that Maryland and Vir- 
ginia must maintain the bridge, 
whereas the original idea was 
that the Federal Government 
would do so. This brought the 
Maryland and Virginia highway 
officials to Capitol Hill in a 
‘hurry with demands that the 


|District share in the upkeep 

— pn dged ane yon since the central 700 feet of the 
trict highway director J. N. ‘span—all over water—is within 
Robertson. They sHowed daily | SUthorized eventual permanent the District bound 
weekday trina the four ©l0%ing of all Potomac bridges | e c mei 
existing Besamen al above King’s Point and con- To avoid losing the whole 
aged 240,523, compared 
227.989 a year ago and 121,057) 
in 1941. ) 

April 


the picture.” Previously, Smith 
| they won't do it unless new 
District pays a share of 

Other sources said Smith 
would “go along” with a new | 
bridge if it is modified to in- 
clude a draw span to accommo- 
date vessels serving a George- 


city, should pay whateVer por- 
tion the states will not pay. | 


pay a third of the maintenance 
cost but the District Commis- 
sioners said no because, as they 
pointed out, the District al- 
ready is committed to maintain 
all other bridges between Mary- 
land and Virginia within the 
District with the exception of 


out such a span as an economy. 
mové. 


The trafic count) Under the law authorizing the 
showed a slight decline, how. Constitution avenue span 
ever, less than 1 per cent, in passed two years ago, Congress 
travel across the five Anacos-\has appropriated $5 million to 
tia bridges within the District. start construction. But the Dis 
The counters ticked off an ay- trict has _ up the budget be- 
erage weekday load of 200.603 cause of a new agreement 
trips ssemaned with 202.457 » among interested agencies cail-- Memorial Bridge. 
year ago. ing for the bridge to pass aves BE a cay epte 

m ‘the southern end of T ore seems cer 0 
Smith May “Ge Along ‘Roosevelt Island instead of just this year. Both Houses of Con- 

The travel count in and out south of it. Congress, however, &Te8s have voted to appropri 
of central Washington on all must authorize this bridge. En- 4t¢ $9 million for the replace. 
key routes including the gineer Commissioner Thomas ™ent of the old trestle-topped 
bridges and other approaches, A. Lane has said that the Dis- 4th street highway bridge with 
rose in April to 816,368 daily trict could go ahead with the! 4 new span immediately north 
trips compared with 788,332 a earlier plan if Congress fails to °f it. Robertson said he hopes 
vear ago, a gain of 3.6 per act this year. construction on this and the 


cent related Washington channe! 
Meanwhile, Rep. Howard W Maintenance Controversy crossing and Southwest Free 


Smith (D-Va.), at whose insist-- The hassle over maintenance W@Y c4n get under way late this 
ence the House District Com- of the.Woodrow Wilson Bridge ©@!endar year. 
mittee has been taking its is a new development. Backers 
jong. long look at the tunnel. Of the span thought they had 
bridge dispute, yesterday its construction assured when 
sounded a note of encourage- Congress transferred cofstruc- 
ment Yon of the project from the In- 
Smith said if Wednesday's terior to the Commerce Depart- 
hearings show that a tunnel ment as recommended by Pres- 
isn't feasible, “I'll step out of ident Eisenhower. 
But in doing this they speci- 


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: 
dore R. McKeldin told the grad- 


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as we long looked to the skills! 
of other lands.” '" UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., 
“We are no longer one world June 9 # — UNESCO today 
a es eee the sought to enlist teachers in 
McKeldin told the graduates * world wide “antiracist cam- 
that many of them would do P@!sn, promising manuals to 
business with and meet socially "¢!p them root out race pre)- 
their counterparts abroad udice in children. _ 
University president Wilson) UNESCO—the U. N. Educa. 
H. Elkins began the hour long tional, Scientific and Cultural 
presentation of degrees with Organization — discussed the 
the award of an honorary Doc- Program in its annual report 
tor of Laws degree to Gardner. to the U. N. Economic and So. 
Other honorary degrees were ©!@! Council, which will meet 
awarded to George McC. Ander-/!" Geneva July 3Aug. 4. 
son, Baltimore dental surgeon,| The 75-nation agency said 
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Doctor of Science, and Edmund Will ‘decide whether they 
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Three Maryland farmers were 


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of merit in agriculture. They Truck Bogged Down 


were James M. Shriver of Car-[, Melted Pavement 
roll County, Herman L. Stock- 4 
slager of Washington ‘County! GONZALES, Tex., June 9 
and James M. Willis, Jr. of The 102-degree weather proved 
Talbot County. too much for the asphalt pav- 
Dr. Elkins closed the cere-)ing in downtown Gonzales yes 
monies with an invitation f0T terday. 
the graduates and their friends; 4 truck loaded with chicken 
and relatives to attend lunch at reeq phecame,stuck in the mid- 
the university dining hall. dle of town when the hot sun 
“It will be the last time you|melted the asphalt. The feed) 
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Broyhill Tells 
Why He Signed 
The Manifesto 


By Richard L. Lyons 


Stafl Reporter 


Rep. Joel T. Broyhill (R-Va.) 
signed the Southern Manifesto 
betatise he believed in it, but 
also because he could find “no 


middie ground” keft on which 
to stand. 

Broyhill and his fellow Vir- 
ginian Richard H. Poff were 
the only Republicans among 
the 101 Southern Congressmen 
who last March signed the 
deciaration urging “all lawful 
means” to resist and reverse 
the Supreme Court's school in- 
tegration decision. 

Broyhill is a stanch supporter 
of Presidenta Eisenhower an 
most issues. His h District 
just across the Potomac voted 
against the Gray Commission's 
plan to get around integration 
by providing tuition grants to 
let students attend private 
schools ’ 

Broyhill’s signature on the 
manifesto has become an issue 
in the 10th District since the 
three contenders for the Demo- 
cratic nomination have stated 
that they would not have signed 
it as Broyhill did. 

Broyhill sounds as though he 
would have preferred that the 
Manifesto had never been writ. 
ten. But once it was, he was one 
of the first to sign. In fact, he 
signed the first draft “which 
had more punch,” he said 

Broyhill in an interview ex. 
plained his signing first of all 
as a protest against what he 
considered an error by the 
Court. He is not a lawyer 

“THe Manifesto,” he said, was 
@ statement of p-inciples with 
which ugree. It does not neces- 
sarily deal with whether you 
are for or against segregation 
It mé@rely states that the de- 
cisiog was an unlawful decision 

“In no way does the mani- 
festo'imply that any signer is 
not a loyal supporter of the 
Constitution as the supreme 
law of the land. Nor coes it 
repudiate the Supreme Court 
as the proper body to interpret 
it. It says only that we feel the 
nine members erred in this 
case. They are human and can 
err like other humans 

“The Court has made other 
decisions that have been ob- 
jected to by many persons in 
the country. Abraham Lincoln 
said he woul try to reverse the 
Dred Scott decision. So why a!! 
the hullabaloo’? The big issue 
is not that 100 members of Con 
gress disagreed with the Court, 
but that they disagreed with it 
on segregation.” 

Broyhill indicated that the 
hullabaloo was an important 
factor in his signing 

“One of the problems in 
solving this is that the two 
sides are drawn, leaving no 
middie ground approach,” he 
said. 

“You're for it or against it 
Both extremes are bad. But if 
the lines are drawn I have to 
go on the side of segregation 
I'm for segregation. I am in 
favor of giving every citizen 


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B4 Sunday, June 10, 1956 , 


equal opportunity and justice 
unde? the law. But I recognize 
that cannot be accomplished) 
while men’s minds and hearts 
won't accept it as a matter of 
custom.” 

Racial problems can be licked | 
by the gradual educational! 
process that is going on, said 
Broyhill, but not by a court) 
order 


“White people in the South) ~ 


accept many things they would 
not have accepted years ago,” 
he said. “The South is gradually 
coming around, but they won't 
take it by force. | 

“How does the Negro stand 
in the North? Is he a social’ 
equal? No. He doesn't hold as 
many high positions in north- 
ern schools as he does in the 
South.” 

Broyhill acknowledged there 
are probably proportionately 
fewer pro-segregationsists in 
his district than in any other 
part of the state. But he feels 
northern Virginia must work 
out the problem along with the 
rest of the state. 

“It is still geographically a 
part of the State of Virginia,” 
he said. “The solution to this 
problem has got to be worked 
out in cooperation with the 
state as a whole.” 

Both Virginia's senators and 
all 10 of its House members 
signed the manifesto 

Broyhill feels the Tenth Dis- 
trict’'s vote against the Gray 
plan did not necessarily prove 
a majorify of his constitutents 
favor integrated schools. 

“I do not take it (the referen- 
dum) as a vote on integration 
versus segregation as such, nor 
as agreeing or disagreeing with 
the opinion of the nine men on 
the Court,” he said. 

“It was a vote on whether 
they would agree to this method 
(Gray plan) solution to the 
problem,” he said. “I talked 
to many people during debate 
on the referendum who were 
basically for continuing segre- 
gation but were fearful that the 
Gray Commission approach 
would jeopardize the public 
school system.” 

Broyhill makes no attempt to 
reconcile his support of the 
President with his signing the 
manifesto 

“Not more than 10 members 
of Congress have a better rec- 
ord of supporting the Presi- 
dent than I,” he said. “But 
my record isn't 100 per cent and 


it's not going to be 
' 


“I'm not a rubber stamp.) 
There are a few things on 
which I disagree with him and| 
ithis is one of them.” | 


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MACAO. June 9 @-~Chinese | 
Communist guns sank a fishing 
junk trying to flee from the 
mainiand to this Portuguese 
island colony today, eyewit- 
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scns aboard were believed 
killed. | 


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Beautiful Dreamers Grace East Potomac Pool 


Dreaming of representing the District at 
the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City | 
are four contestants | 
WWDC’'s “Miss Washington” beautytalent | 
search. Lillian Toth, 19, Landover, M4; | 


in Radio Station 


Helen Mahan, 
Josephine Munoz, 23, 101 N. Carolina ave. 
se.; and Mary Joyce Brown, 22, 6901 West- 
morciand ave. nw. (from left) are pictured 
at East Potomac Pool yesterday. 


Senator Urges Virginia 


To Defy Segregation Ban 


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RICHMOND, June 9 


State .Sen. E 


that Virginia defy the Supreme 
Court and refuse “point blank” | 
to comply with any order for 
desegregating schools. 

He suggested the state at- 
tempt to block integration by 
having the General Assembly 
take over the operations of the 90 days. 


through a state sales tax. 


O. McCue Of/bility for the schools. He sug 
Charlottesville proposed today! ,oteq the raising of funds 


McCue said he plans to sub 
mit bills embodying his plan 
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Legislature is convened within 


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HARTFORD, Conn. ®%—Muin- 
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of new trout in the Housatonic 
River, the State Fish and Game 
Department learned that the 


an effect on fishing in the 
stream as it had feared. Depart- 
ment officers who stocked the 
stream met a couple of anglers 
who showed them their day's 


caught before the new fish were 
|put into the river. 


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Born Here: All Die 


Quadruplet boys were born 
prematurely yesterday in Freed- 
men's Hospital to Mrs. Barnett 
Schank of 5161 Sheriff rd. ne. 
All four died within 5% hours 
after delivery. 

Dr. William B. Russell deliv- 
ered the first at 5:05 a. m. and 
the fourth at 5:26 a. m., accord. 
ing to the father, a 37-year-old 
Interior Department chauffeur. 

Mrs. Schank, 39, was reported 
in good condition. Her husband 
said the multiple births were 
diagnosed by x-ray about three 
weeks ago. The births were 
about three months premature, 
Schank said. 


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Boys Go on Rampage 
Of Robbery, Assault 


A group of boys in khaki 
trousers were blamed by po- 
lice yesterday for a four-hour 
series of incidents in Northeast 
Washington 

The boys are accused of 
breaking into at least one 
house, beating and robbing an 
ice cream truck driver, yoking 
a short-order cook and snatch. 
ing a purse 

Three boys were arrested a 
few blocks away from the purse 
grabbing incident and ques. 
tioned 

The truck driver. Carl P 
Smith, 56, of 1006 10th st. ne 


Smith said the boys ripped a series of auto thefts last month 
cloth money bag containing $40 in the Virginia Highlands area, | 
from his belt and ran off. He two housebreakings in Arling- 
refused treatment for facial ton and two in Washington. 
cuts and body bruises. The 16-year-old was released 

The housebreaking was re- to his father pending a Juvenile; 
ported by Mrs. James B. Curtis, Court appearance Monday. The! 
38, of 425 17th st. ne.,.-who said 14-yearold, picked up in al 
she was awakened by a noise in stolen car in Alexandria, is be-/ 
her living room early yester- ing held in the Arlington Juve-| 
day. She screamed when she nile Shelter. 
saw a youth in khaki trousers 
The boy fled through a window, 
and neighbors told police he 
was accompanied by one or two 
others 

Mrs. Curtis said $17 was taken 


Boy Drowns 


In Canal on 


7 Arrested 


On Widow S Soviet bieourae in Greece 


Rape Charge 


Seven Washington men rang. 
ing in age from 18 to 23 were 
charged yesterday with first 
degree rape of a 26-year-old 
widow and Navy stenographer 
early Friday, Prince 
County police reported 

Det. Sgt. Charlies H. Nalley 
listed them as: John W,. Rob 
ertson Jr. 23, 3339 Brothers p! 
se.: Robert Edward Richards, 18 
1351 4th st. sw.: George Stan 
ley Breedon, 21, 613 I st. sw 
Robert Beverly Singleton, 19 
411 6th st. sw.: Ronald Gene By 
roads, 21. 479 N st. sw.; 


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Sunday, 


ATHENS, June 9—The first 
Russian tourists to visit Greece 
in 30 years came ashore at 
Piraeus today. The 31 visitors 
spent rubles and American dol- 
lars buying souvenirs and din 
ing on Greek specialties. 


June 10, 1956 


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Ope. Jest. Dept. Open 8-4 Theres 


said he was slugged in the face John | 


and pummeled by about 15 
youths who surrounded his 
truck shortly before midnight 
Friday at Tennessee ave. and 
C st. ne. 


from her pocketbook. 

Kenneth C. Taylor, 28, of 649 
Maryland ave. ne., said he was 
grabbed by the neck from be. 
hind by three youths near his 
home. They took $25 from his A planned day of fishing the men yesterday. They are 
wallet. ended in tragedy yesterday’! ¢ being held at Seat Pleasant jail. | 

The purse-snatching about 4 when the body of 5-year-old | ) ». | Police say John and Robert| 
a. m. was the last incident re- Daniel E. Clarke III was re- | : Singleton are brothers 
ported. Willie Mae Smith. 28. covered from the C. & O \ chance remark by 
of 1881 3d st. nw., said her loss Canal. 7 ter of one of the men 
to three youths was $1 The Child, son of Mr. and , j their roundup | The woman 
Mrs. Daniel E. Clarke Jr., 426 whe lives in Prince Geor res 
we co pee! Spring, Counts told her boss at a 
. , apparently slipped and fell into Wechinetan food market thi 
Charged With Theft the upstream side of Lock 21, : pre cooly ae ' the 

Two Arlington boys. 14 and called Swain’s Lock, near . “ is true wa | | 
16, were charged yesterday with Potomac, Md store. 
oe te |e lseries of thefts and His 36-yearold father and 


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FOR WOMEN : or tr “See looking for a third Arlington of the child, missed him and 


ager y areauten tr 6 email pless- boy. 16. who is believed to have tmought at first he might have 
Susethie pour See pewecrigtion wooded run away to Florida wandered into nearby woods 
a. The three are accused of a Park Police reported. Jimmy cises yesterday. working under 

Taylor, of Potomac, Md., who — . ;, , . ie Ror “~ 


party’s attention turned to the $20.000 Holds Laborer a 
In Hatchet Attack Theft 


canal, dived in and found the 
chi.d's body 
The child's father is a Wash- 
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| thorities were contacting police 
idepartments throughout the 
area iast night in an effort to 
| identify the body of a white 
girl, about 15, found in the 
Potomac River near Brunswick 
| Sheriff Horace M. Alexander 
said his office and state police 
had “exhausted every lead.” 
An autopsy in Memorial Hos 
pital at Frederick gave “no 
positive indication” of the cause 
of death because of the ad 
vanced state of decomposition 
of the body, according to Dr 
Robert J. Furie, Frederick 
County Deputy Medical Exam- when he returned to a shed on 
iner. He estimated the body had the university golf course with 
been in water “in excess of a payroll for his workers 
‘two weeks” and said he “as. The suspect Bow picked up 
sumed she drowned.” “I found yesterday on uriey hwy. in 
no evidence of foul play,” Dr. Arlington by Sotho tton Police 
Furie added Pvt. William Jeunette, 10 min 
The pathologist said the gir] utes after a lookout was broad 
was 4 feet 11 to 5 feet 1 inch cast for the 1947 yellow Cadil 
tall, weighed about 115 and had lac convertible he was driving 
brown hair, and brown eyes. When arrested, the suspect 
A fisherman, Wilmer E. art-| was carrying $112 cash and a 
lett of RFD 1, Lovettsville, Va.. $236 cash down payment re- 
found the body partially cov-\ceipt for the Cadillac bought 
fered by driftwood in a back- yesterday morning in Washing 
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lington police and 
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Pierce, a construction en- 
gineer, is in fair condition after 
52 stitches were required to 
close multiple lacerations of his 
scalp and hands. He was struck 
several times with a hatchet 
and robbed of $500 Friday 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERA 
B6 Sunday, June 10, 1956 eee 


student body at Southern Il- Spring term are from out 


: state, The non-Illinois studen 
linois University is pretty much came to SIU. from 20 state 
a home-grown group. 


Alaska, Hawaii and 21 foreig 


Mirror Lenses 


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In Virginia 


Salk Shots 
Extended to 
19-Year Olds 


RICHMOND, June 9 ®™ 
More than 340,000 additional 
Virginia children today were 
eligible to receive polio inocu 
lations with free Salk vaccine 

The State Health Department 
anpounced yesterday its polio 
advisory committee had voted 
to @xtend coverage because of 
heavy shipments of vaccine 
inf® the state. Nearly 1,200,000 
shéts have been received since 
last fall, 200,000 in the past 10 
days. 

The department made a sec- 
ond advancement in the eligi- 
bility age from 14-19 and ap- 
préved a lowering of the limi- 
tation to permit irfants under; 
1 to receive the free vaccine 
Pregnant women may also get 
free vaccine. 

Several months ago the de- 
" parament set the age limit for 
this year’s shots a‘ 1-10. An in- 
crease in vaccine production al- 
lowed the first upward revision 
to iuclude children up to 14. 

Sots can be obtained 
through private physicians, who 
may charge for their services 
but not for the vaccine 


Triplets Get 
Changes of 


Blood Supply 


NEW YORK, June 9 7—Pre- 
maturely born triplets re- 
mained in fair condition today 
at Mount Sinai Hospital, where 
doctors are trying to eliminate 
RH-postive blood factors by 
transfusions 

The first-born, a boy, had his 
third complete change of blood 
today. The two girls have had 
two complete changes 

City haith officials said the 
_chance of one triplet’s being 
born with this condition was 
one in 4% million and the 
chance of all three was “as- 
tronomical.” 

The triplets were born Thurs- 
day night to Mr. and Mrs. John 
Peyton of New Milford, N. J 
They were born with RH-posi- 
tive blood coated with their 
mother’s negative antibodies. 
a condition usually fatal in 
premature infants. 

Doctors are trying to elimin- 
ate the RH-positive factors by 
changing their entire blood sup- 
ply. Several transfusions daily 
may be needed for two or three 
days to keep their bodies from 
producing the dangerous cells 
doctors said 

Each complete transfusion re 
quires a little less than a third 
of a pint of blood for each 
infant 


American U. Gets 
$ 150.000 in Gifts 


The acceptance of two gifts 
totaling $150.000 to American 
University by Charles H. Tomp 
kins, Washington builder. was 
announced yesterday by Robert 
V. Fletcher, chairman of the 
university board of trustees 

One gift, of $100.00, will be 
used to complete additions to 
the Batelle Library on the cam 
pus. The other is earmarked 
to start construction of a School 
of Business Administration. 

The trustees, at their quarter- 
ly meeting yesterday, author. 
ized an application to the Hous- 
ing and Home Finance Agency 
for a loan to build a student 
activity center. No amount was 
mentioned 


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ORLANDO, Fila., June 9 ® 
\ New York optometrist today 
announced a new development | 
in eyeglasses that gives a ray of 
hope to thousands of partially 
tlind persons. | 

Dr. William Feinbloom, a re- 
search fellow at Columbia Uni- 
versity, displayed his “murror- 
scope” lens before the Florida 
Federation of the Blind meet- 
ing here this weekend. | 

He said it is the first time) 
that spherical mirrors in spec- 
tacle frames have been de- 
veloped to aid human’ vision 
He said the system employs a 
new principle of mirror reflec- 
tion for gaining magnification 
without distortion. 

Dr Feinbloom explained that 
tre light reflects off a rear con- 
cave mirror, re-refiects off a 
front small convex mirror and 
then sends a magnified, undis 
torted image into the partially 
sighted eye 

The “mirrorscope” resembles 
a small automobile headlight 
but is worn like ordinary 
glasses. Each patient is fitted 
with the lens by prescription 
depending on the cause of par- 
tial blindness and the magnifi 
cation and the field required 

Dr. Feinbloom said the “mir. 
roseope” providees a 320 per 
cent magnification and a ‘or 
mal. distortionless peripheral | 
field of 60 degrees, which will 
help persons with as little as 
2-per-cent vision 

“One of the most important 
results of the mirroscope is the 
total elimination of distortion 
throug th magnification,’ he 
said. “Ber the partially blind 
wearing ordinary magnitying 
lenses the curb, the door, the 
lamppost or the oncoming auto 


i'mobile was an ever-present dan 


ger 

“This new lens enables the 
partially blind person to walk 
about freely, work at a desk. do 


\many types of industrial work 


read a newspaper, watch TV, go 
to the movies, attend ball 
games and, in some instances 
even drive a car.” 


Residents 
Protest Naval 
Airfield Plan 


HARWOOD, Md, June 9 \* 
Nearly 100 citizens protesting 
plans for a naval jet airfield in 
Anne Arundel County iast 
night heard the proposed pro)}- 
ect described as “a little Pen 
sacola.” 

Arthur D. Condon, Washing 
ton attorney living at nearby) 
Edgewater, applied the descrip-' 
tion, adding he thinks officials 
want the field just so person-| 
nel in the Washington area will} 
have facilities to remain on 
flight status ; 

A telegram from Beall, say-' 
ing he doesn't “feel the need 
for such an airfield has been 
justified,” was read to the meet- 
ing 

Frank Taliaferro, chairman of 
the Harwood citizens group 
said he had met with Rear Adm 
William R. Smedburg, Naval) 
Academy superintendent to 
discuss the academy's plans for 
the airfield 

Taliaferro said the admiral 
indicated plans to select a site 
for the airfield will be carried 
out 

“If we cant convince 
they don't need the field 
this the only area in that 
25-minute radius that is suit- 
able.” he said Naval officials 
have been reported looking for 
a site within 25 minutes driving 
time from the academy at An 


them 
then 


is 


inapolis 


L. Widerman Shepherd, Har- 
wood tobacco farmer and chair 
man of last night's meeting,! 
called the airfield proposal “just 
a frolic with the Navy.” 

“They don't really need it,” 
he said 

The Harwood residents, 
agreed to join forces with 
Davidsonville residents, who 
have expressed opposition to 
construction of an airfield in 
their area 


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Councilman Shot 


Newark (N. J.) City Council- 
man Jack M. Waldor was 
shot and cfitically wounded 
this week by a burglar his 
wife surprised in a bedroom 
closet of their home. Waldor. 
a real estate dealer, was a 
Republican leader in the 
Ninth Ward for many years. 


Strike Holds Up Liner 


LE HAVRE, France. June 9 
The French liner Liberte sailed 
for Southampton and New York 
five hours late tonight becruse 
of a strike of engineer officers 
on tugs in the port 


But Patients Need ‘Brainwashing’ First 


CHICAGO, June 9 ®—An) 


English surgeon today said 
walking can cure leg ulcers, but 
“you virtually have to brain- 
wash the patients” to get them 
to walk. 

Ulcers are open sores. Ulcer- 
ated legs are caused generally 
by varicose veins or venous 
thrombosis — plugged-up veins. 


Dr. Stanley Rivlin, director of (asterisk indicates those 


the London Varicose Clinic, told 
the American College of Angi- 
ology he advises his patients to 
“walk away your leg ulcers.” 

Rivlin said walking was suc- 
cessful in the treatment of ul- 
cerated legs in 95 per cent of 
the patients at his clinic, that 
it did not interefere with the 
patient's work, and that healing 
occurred in an average of 12 
weeks. 
He called the technique “elas- 
tic adhesive ambulatory com- 
pression.” It involves applica- 
tion of an elastic bandage, ac- 
tive use of the legs and no med- 
ication 

Rivlin said bandaging the 
legs squeezes out the edema— 
the swelling due to accumula 
tion of fluid in the connective 
tissue—and the use of the legs 
prevents further swelling. After 
the ulcer is healed he recom- 
mends surgery of the varicose 
veins 

He said before patients will 


accept the treatment “you must 
flush their minds clean and 
start afresh” because they are 


Today’s 
Events 


Events schedulea for 


today 
open 
to the public): 

MEETING 

Create Fibrecia Ch fren 
ommunits oom of the 
Times Heraid 


EVENTS 


Mothers of 
2:30 p.m Con 
ashington Post and 
SPECIAL 

*Dance of D. C. Chapter 
Medica; Center at Denver. The 
oo. m 

*Commemorative meetine and concert 
on Genocide Ds sponsored by Bait 
ommittiee of ashineion. 6.30 0b 
erce Hall. 15th and Harvard sts 
*Wandertirds Hike. Swinks Mil! 
MeLeen. assemble at 10th and F sts 
ow. 9a. mm 


American 
Woodner 


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Massachusetts and Nebraska aves. no 
7). m 


University Commencen 
University Grmnasium 
CONVENTIONS 

Puture Busi: eee Leaders of Amerine 
Statier. today through Tweede 

Liberty Life Insurance Compan 
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This is a reprint of the news story in Friday's Star announcing 
the closing of the RETAIL DIVISION of W. & J. Sloane's 


Washington store. 


It is with sadnes that we 


leave the 


Wahington scene, of which we have been a part for the past 


half century. We hope the friends we have made here will 


not find our Fifth Avenue store too for away to continue the 


habit of shopping at Sloane’s. 


Oo off 


used to the old advice that rest 
is the best treatment. 
“After all, they can remem- 


ber as children watching their) 


grandmothers and grandfathers 
resting’ their bad legs,” he said 
Two hundred specialists in 
diseases of the circulatory sys 
tem attended the opening ses- 
sion of the two-day second an- 
nual meeting of the college 


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Bedding by Simmons, Englander, Sealy, plus our own Sloane made 
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ST and TIMES HERALD 


ne 10, 1956 r dhe 


Boys Arrested 
In Theft of Car 


» |lot at 1355 Connecticut ave. 


Associated Press 


She’s Excited 


Sharon Frey is wide-eyed 
with excitement as she learns 
she has just been 
Queen of the 1956 Portland 
(Ore.) Rose Festival. Queen 
Sharon is 17, dark haired, a 
student at Grant High 
School, and — obviously — 
beautiful. 


Mrs. Grigsby 
Gets County 
School Post 


Ernestine B. Grigsby, former 
teacher and one-time member 
of the University of Colorado's 
Board of Regents, has been ap- 
pointed to the Prince George's 
County School Board 

In naming Mrs. Grigsby to 
the six-year term, Gov. Theo- 
dore R. McKeldin, a Repub- 
lican, passed over four names 
recommended by the Demo- 
cratic Central Committee. Mrs 
Grigsby. a Democrat, was rec: 
Ommended by the Republican 
State Central Committee. The 
Governor was required by law 
to mame a Democrat to the 
post. The seven-member 
board presently is made up of 
four Democrats and three RBe- 
publicans 

Mrs Grigsby whose home is 
On Landover rd., at Landover, 
will replace Louise D. Yuill, a 
Démocrat, whose three-year 
term expired recently. 

A 1919 graduate of the Uni- 
versity of Colorado, Mrs. Grigs- 
by was elected to that school's 
‘board of regents in 1931. She 
retired in 1937 and a year later 
moved with her family to 
Prince Georges County 

During the war years she 
served as a substitute teacher 
in secondary schools both in 
Prince Georges County and the 
District of Columbia 

Mrs. Grigsby, whose husband 
is an institutional equipment 
salesman, is a member of the 
National Association of Deans 
of Women, the All-American 
Conference Against Commu- 
nism and treasurer of the Na- 
tional Panhellenic Congress 

Mrs. Grigsby’s two children 
attended public schools in 
Prince Georges County and 
both are graduates of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland. 


U. S. to Increase 


Spanish Ec 
Re 


onomic Aid 
MADRID, June 9—The 
United States will increase her 
‘economic aid to Spain this year 
by $10 million, it was am 
nounced here today. 


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Montgomery County police 
arrested two 15-year-old boys 
yesterday whom they accused of| 
stealing a car in Washington, 
wrecking it in Kenwood, and 
breaking into a school first aid 
room to patch themselves up. 

The car was destroyed Friday 
night after it hit a tree on 
Brookside dr. near Lawnway 
dr. One boy's head went 
through the windshield. Police 
said neither was seriously in- 
jured. 
| Police said the car was re- 
‘ported stolen from a parking 


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Deaths Deaths Teta! 

tpreag deaths 
Jane & June & 1955 | 
1955 19% 


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Arlington 
District 

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Fairfax 
Montgomery 
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10:3 p. m. Friday. It is owned 
by Mrs. Robert L. Test, 5620 
Keppler rd., Temple Hills, Md. 
| After the smashup, county de- 
itectives said, the boys broke 
into Western Suburban Junior! 
High School, Massachusetts’ 
lave. and Kirkwood dr., through 
la window. 


Young Woman Killed 


4s Car Overturns | 


| Juanita King, 25, of West 
|Beach, Md., was killed early 
yesterday in an automobile ac- 
cident near Randalls Cliff in 
Calvert County 
Maryland State Police said 
the automobile, driven by Guy 
Jones, 32, also of West Beach. 
skidded into a bank on Route 
261 shortly after midnight. The 
car overturned and continued 
to skid a “considerable dis- 
tance” on its roof, police said 
Miss King was pronounced 
dead on the scene of a crushed 
chest. The driver was admit 
ted to Calvert County Hospital 
with neck injuries. 
: 


Shooting Victim | 
Back in Hospital | 


Francis Daniel Wagner, 25. 
Maryland Park Junior High 
School teacher shot by a stu- 
dent last May 4, has returned 
to Prince Georges General Hos- 
pital for further treatment. 

Wagner's condition was listed 
yesterday as “very good” and 
he is expected to be released 
in a few days. 

Another teacher, Frazer Cam- 
eron, 32, was slain in the shoot- 
ing and a third, Robert Hicks, 
31, injured. Billy Ray Prevatte, 
l4-yearold student charged 
with murder as a result of the 
shooting, is undergoing mental 
examinations at Spring Grove 
State Hospital 

Members of the Maryland 
Parent + Teacher Association 
have announced plans to collect 
a fund for Wagner. Contribu- 
tions may be mailed to 
school or to the Bank of Mary- 
land at Seat Pleasant. | 


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Staf@ Reporter 
Serious crime in the District 


has been on a steady downtrend 


for the past two years, declin- 


\ing nearly 13 per cent from the 
‘end of May 1954, Police Chief 


Robert V, Murray reported yes- 
terday. 

His report to District Com- 
missioners showed 20,592 seri- 
ous crimes in the year ending 
May 31, 1954. Only 17,987 cases 
were reported in the year end- 
ing May 31, 1956, a drop of 2605 
cases. 

Murray said the most recent 
decline was primarily due to 
the addition of about 44 police 
men assigned to critical pre- 
cincts. 

He added, however, that part 
of the decline is attributable to 
the classifying as minor crimes 
of certain types of aggravated 
assault cases previously in- 
cluded in the serious crime 
category. 

Murray said this change was 


lonly a minor part of the 
|picture. His figures showed the 
decline for the year, ending 
May, 1955, to be 68 per cent 
and in the past year, 63 per 
cent. 

Commissioner Robert E. Me- 
Laughlin commented that the 
figures reyeal “we have one 
of the finest police forces in 
the country.” He added that 


he is “astonished” every day by) 


the effectiveness of the depart- 
ment in the detection and solu- 
tion of major crimes. 

A breakdown of Murray's 


D.C. Crime Down 13% in 2 Years; 
Drop Attributed to More Police 


report indicates the following 
monthiy declines in. serious 
crimes: 

® Major crimer reported in 
May. 1955, totaled 1593 and in 
May. 1956, 1297. a drop of 186.6 
per cent, the largest monthly 
decline since July, 1954 

The decline from iast 

April to the end of May was 
more than 10 per cent 

® Felonies, which make up a 
large part of serious offenses, 
showed a drop of 5.6 per cent 
during the past year, and a de- 
cline of some 16.7 per cent over 
the past two years. 


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Shipping Magnate Weds Sonja Henie 


NEW YORK, June 9 #—Ice 
Queen Sonja Henie, 43, and 
Norwegian shipping magnate 
Niels Onstad, 46, were married 


today by a Norwegian minister 
in the bridegroom's swank Man- 
hattan apartment. 


It was Miss Henie's third mar- 
riage. She previously was mar- 
ried to Dan Topping, co-owner 
of the New York Yankees base- 
ball team, and to socialite Win- 
throp Gardiner Jr. The last 
marriage ended in divorce lias' 


‘month 


Air Force Band Series 


At Capitol Starts Tonight 


The first in a eummer-iong 
scries of outdoor concerts on 
the Capitol steps given by the 
U. S. Air Force Band will begin 
at 8 tonight. 
Staff Sergeant 
Robert Kerns, 
baritone, will 
make his local 
debut 

The band will 
give a perform- 
ance each.Sun- 
day at 8 p. m. 
at the Capito: 
through Aug 
26. The VU. §$ 
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ain to Tell 
Hill’ About 
State Firing 


‘Onited Press 


Former Sen, Harry P. Cain 
(R-Wash.) will turn his guns) 
on the State Department next 
in his running battle with the 
Administration over “misman- 
agement” of the Government's | 
loyalty- security program 

Cain is a member of the Sub 
versive Aebivities Control 
Board, the agency charged with 
deciding whether various or- 
Banizations are dangerous to 
the Nation's security. In this 
position he has been highly 
critical of the Administration's 
methods in weeding security| 
risks from the Government | 

He told the United Press yes- 
terday that “without naming 
names” he will tell the Senate 


Subcommittee on Constitution. [deal Father Contest 


al Rights Tuesday of a case in- 
volving the lengthy suspension 
of a career foreign service of- 
i.cer who finally resigned after 
clearance. The subcommittee 
is investigating the Govern 
ments loyalty risk program 
Cain said the official's resig- 
nation was accompanied by a 
glowing letter of praise from 
his superior in the State De- 
partment. He said the man 
never was fully informed of 
the charges made against him 
but that after his (Cain's) per 
sonal intervention, the foreign 
service officer was cleared and 
the following day resigned 
“My reputation is ruined, but 
you have saved my life,” Cain 
quoted the officer as saying to 
him after his reinstatement. | 
Cain emerged from the White | 
House Thursday “hopeful” of| 
reforms in the program after| 
a 45-minute conference with 
President Eisenhower. He had | 
requested the meeting which 
was his first with the Chief Ex-| | 
ecutive since his appointment) 
to the Subversive Activities! 
Control Board three years ago. | 
Mr. Eisenhower consented to 
the conference after Cain had 
complained publicly that White 
House aides were keeping the 
President from learning the 
truth about the loyalty risk 
program 
Cain said he would bare the 
facts on suspension of the For 
eign Service officer—but with 
out 
“to determine the extent of in 
terest” of the Senate Subcom 
mittee 
““Of course, I will supply 
further facts if the committee 
wants them,” he said. 


Pay Increase 
Ends Strike 


At Republic 


NEW YORK, June 9 ® 
Union members voted -over- 
whelmingly today to end a vio- 
lence-marked 16-week-old strike 
at four Republic Aviation Cor-| 
poration jet plants affecting 
ome 11,000 workers. 


Members of the International 4 


Association of Machinists voted 
2908 to 200 to accept the com 
pany's 17',-cent package offer 
The machinists are expected to 
return to work Tuesday at the 
four Long I#@end jet bomber 
and fighter plants 

he present agreement was 
reached Thursday night at a 
meeting with Federal medi- 
ators, after weeks of negotiat- 
ing which sometimes went 
around the clock. 

Union officials had refused to 
put the agreement to an imme- 
diate vote until another strik- 
ing union of 150 electrical work 
ers had settled its dispute 

Under the new contract the 
company wil! pay an immediate 
seven-cent an hour increase in 
wages and two cents more in 
hospital and welfare benefits 
Next year an additiOnal seven 
cents will be added to wages 
and one more cent to fringe 
benefits 

The company al.o agreed to 
grant three week vacations to 
employes after 12 years service 
instead of 15 

The average pay for machin- 
{sts now is approximately $2.23 
an hour. The union originally 
had demanded 19% cents-an- 
hour raise and the company 
had offered five cents 

The srtike, which was called 
Feb. 18, triggered battles be 
tween pickets and — 
at the gates of the plants 


going into personalities— if 


— -& a” el 


Billy Meagher, 5, of Kensington, Md., got away from all dis- 
tractions to practice writing the letter nominating his dad, 
John. as Ideal Father of 1956. 


~” Bar Seeks 
Changes in 
Police Trials 


By Alfred E. Lewis 

Stef Reporter 

changes in Police 
Board procedures, de-| 


| Several 
Trial 


signed to assure fair trials and| | % 

equitable discipline for aceused| 47 

had the backing yes-| @ 

terday of a District Bar Associa-| BS 

tion committee. | a 
The Association's committee} 92 


officers, 


i 


on trial board panels urged that 
the role of prosecutor be clear-| 
ly defined and that the job of! 
prosecuting accused officers be 
“particularly assigned” by po- 
‘lice regulation 

| Nathaniel J. Ely, chairman of 
|the committee, said the present 
| dual role of the Trial Board as 


i Me Ke ' 


By Frank Hov. Staff Photographer 


Billy, 5, Sets New Style |sSeges"ber ie scfors 
With Letter on His Dad 


As his entry in this paper's 
Ideal Father Contest, a 5-year 
old Campaign Manager sent 
thés letter: 


“DEAR POST MY 
FATHER WORA 

Ss AT THE STATE 
DEPARTMENT 

I THINK THAT M 
Y FATHER IS THE 
BEST FATHER 
BECAUSE HE 
TAKES ME FO.- 

R RIDES ON 
SATURDAYS 

AND HE KISS- 

ES ME WHE- 

N | GO TO 

BED AT NIG- 

HT FROM BILLY 
MEagher 

4613 FRANK- 

LIN STREET.” 

Billy, like hundreds of Wash 
ington area boys and girls, had 
entered his father in the 16th 
Annual Ideal Father Contest by 
writing to the Ideal Father Con 
test Editor. The contest closes 
Monday 

His cad, John P. Meagher, 34 
he wins the title, will be guest 
The Washington Post and 

mes Herald for a family 
Father's Day dinner at the Stat 
ler Hotel, and have presidential 


Moncure Testimonial! 


Anger of Tuthill 


Stirs 


Curtis E. Tuthill, former Ar- 
lington School Board member 
and aspirant for the County 
Board, yestcrday criticized Fri 
day night s testimonial dinner} 
for Virginia legislator Frank 
Moncure. 

The dinner was held in Ar- 
lington by persons who sup 
orted Del. Moncure’s success- 
ful efforts in the last session 
of the Legislature to make the 
Arlington School Board ap- 
pointive instead of elective 

Tuthill is a County Board 
candidate of Afrlingtonians For 
a Better County, whose leaders 
fought the Moncure bill. They 
termed it retaliation against 
the elected school board's plan 
for gradual integration 

Tuthill, in his statement said, 
“Tt is a sad, disgusting and in- 
sulting speetacie when a testi- 
monial is held here in Arling- 
ton by the minority which suc- 
ceeded in abolishing our civil 
and electoral rights.” He added, 
‘We resent Mr. Moncure com- 
ing to Arlington.” 

In the County Board race 
Tuthill will oppose L. H. Blev- 
ins. nominee of the Arlington 
Independent Movement, whose 
leaders backed the Moncure 
bill and praised Del. Moncure 
of Stafford County at the tes- 
timonial diuner 

Attacking the two 


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‘Macht, the first to send in his boards and their functions be 


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“confusing.” 


cor prosecutor and judge is 
The 12-member 


committee 


idefined and that maximum and 
minimum penalties be estab- 
lished. This would avoid a sit- 
uation in which one officer} 
might be fined for a given of. 
box seats at the C apitolfense and another let off with 
Theater a warning 

The contest’s youngest cor Ely said the interim report 
respondent, Billy, his mother followed six months of study in 
says, “can’t wait to get into a which police and fire officials 
class where there's home- from 15 large cities were asked 
work.” Billy goes to kinder-'to describe their disciplinary 
garten at Saint Angela Hall on procedures. The study will con- 
Rockville pike. He has been tinue 
writing letters since he was Police Chief Robert V. Mur- 
four-and-a-half ray said he has not seen the re- 

Mrs. Meagher explained the port yet, but agreed with its 
Billy's note conclusions as outlined to him 
came from an-over-the-shoulder| Other recommendations in 
reading of the paper Billy the report: 
noticed the picture of Harold| °® That the 


types of trial 


asked more clearly defined and that 
regulations governing them be 


letter to the editor, 
about him and his mother read 
the story reworked. | 

“No sooner had I finished,” ®* That accused officers be 
wrote Mrs. Meagher in a note given more time to challenge’ 
accompanying Billy's letter, board members they believe are 
“than ‘he was running for prejudiced 
scratch pad and pencil de © That the functions of the 
claring exuberantly and with department's Complaint Review) 
all the confidence in the world Board be clarified. The board 
that he could write a letter Screens — complaints about 
about his daddy and he could policemen to see if they war- 
do it by himself and I was NOT rant the filing of Trial Board 
to help him, either.” charges 

His daddy. by the way. Is ® That the duties of the Dis. 
chief of the Public Services Di. trict Bar Association member 
vision of the Foreign Service. 0m Trial Boards be clarified as 
and lives in Kensington, Mad to whether the member sits in 

Contest winner will be an- Judgment of cases or merely to 
nounced June 14 give advice on points of law. 


Pilot Killed at Air Show | 


Reute 


'June 9—A British Navy anti- 
submarine plane crashed and 
‘burst into flames within sight 
of 1500 people at an air display 
here today. The pilot, whose 


bers of the County Board— 
George M. Rowzee, jr., and 
Leone Buchholz—who testified 
for the Moncure bill at a Rich- 
mond hearing last winter, Tut- 
‘hill concluded: 

“We resent particularly those 
lelected officials in Arlington 
who used prestige of their of- 
fice to wipe out the expressed 
will of the majority.” 


was killed. 


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June 10, 1956 


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Size 
6x9 
8x12 
12%8°7" 
9x11'8" 
9x11'8" 
oO" «15 
1213 
12x11 


12«13'4" 
11°8"x15 


11x86" 


12167" 
12%17'6" 


15x17 


Description 
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Bive cut pile 
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Biwe heavy cut pile 
Grey twist pile 
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Weoodrose cut pile 
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Reg. 

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47.95 
89.50 
99 50 
94.50 
94.50 
129.50 
114.95 
119.95 
129.95 
139.95 
154.95 
174.95 
178.50 
227.50 


Sale 
Price 


24.95 
44.50 
44.95 
44.95 
47.50 
64.50 
64.95 
69.95 
74.95 
79.95 
84.50 
89.95 
99.50 
114.95 


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66x? 
86x12 
9x16'3" 
9x 17's" 


12x13°2" 
12x15°6" 


8x15 
9612 


12x14'3” 


Description 
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Rese Beige high cut pile 
Grey cut pile texture 
Grey cut pile 
Green cut high pile 
Turquoise heavy cut pile 
Turquoise cut high pile 
Sandalwood 100% Nylon 
Mess Green high cut pile 


12x15°10" Green high pile 


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15«15 


12x19'8" 
15x21'6" 
15x15°5" 


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67.50 
101.50 
129.95 
144.50 
149.50 
169.50 
164.95 
144. 
199.; 
234.. 
199. 
279.50 
994.50 
389.95 


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Sale 

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22.95 
64.95 
74.95 
79.95 
89.95 
99.50 
99.50 
99.50 
124.95 
129.95 
119.50 
134.95 
149.95 
189.95 
229.50 


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Size 
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9x15 
12x8 
12x15 


12x14°9" 


129 
9x13 
12x10 


122149" 


12x14 
12x12 
15x15 
9x18 
9x16 
12x12 


12x14'6" 
9x14°10" 


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132.75 
149.95 
179.95 
189.95 
179.50 
169.50 
189.50 


209.95 
219.50 


194.50 


210.75 


Sale 
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79.95 

89.95 

89.95 

94.50 

99.95 
109.50 
114.95 
129.95 
119.50 
139.95 
139.50 
149.50 
159.95 
159.95 
169.95 
169.95 
194.50 
199.50 


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12%14°2” 


12197” 
12x16'6" 
12x10°3” 


15x84" 
8°4"'x15 
1218 
9x18'6" 
12x15 
12x14 


8°10"«15 
15x18°7” 
13°5"a18 
155x132” 
15x14?" 


e 


15x15'7 


712x195” 


12x18 


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Beige 


Cinna 
Green 
Green 


Rose Hi-Le loop 
Grey Hi-Le loop 


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169.95 
heavy twist 129.50 
199.5 

198.50 
mon 3 ply twist 199.5 

3 ply heavy twist. 2/4.95 
3 ply heavy twist 214 


Grey heavy twist 916.5 
Sandtone Hi-Lo loop Zz 
Gold 3 ply twist 

Rese 3 ply heavy tweed 


Green 


Grey high pile plain 


Gold plain Hi pile 04; 
Greige Hi-Lo loop 315 


Hi-Le loop 309.5 


Grey 3 ply heavy twist 299.5 
Nutria 3 ply heavy twist 357.50 
Smoke grey 3 ply twist 


390.95 
2900.95 
180.00 


3 ply heavy twist 


Sale 

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84.95 
114.50 
119.95 
134.50 
139.95 
139.95 
139.95 
144.50 
144.50 
159.95 
199.50 
199.50 
199.95 
199.95 
229.50 
239.50 
259.95 
259.95 
299.50 


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79 


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12«59'3”" 
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12x68°9" 


12x75 


12x42°3" 


12x67 
12x98 
12x68 
12x83 


9x65 
12x43 


15«29°9" 


9x92 


1533°5" 


12107 
112x102 


15x53'6" 
12x51°6”" 


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Beige 100% 
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11.95 
11.95 


17.95 
11.95 


10.95 
12.50 
11.95 


12.95 
13.95 
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16.95 
14.95 
16.95 
16.95 
18.96 
17.95 


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6.95 
6.95 
7.95 
7.95 


7.95 
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7.95 
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B10 


90 Succeed 
In Virginia | a5 
| Dentist Test 


~~» RICHMOND, Va., June 9 # 
| The Virginia State Board of 
Dental Examiners announced 
yesterday the names of 90 suc. 
cessful applicants for licenses 
to pratice dentistry and 15 suc- 
cessful applicants for licenses 
to practice dental hygiene. The 


CONGRESSIONAL BOXSCORE Municipal | _ 
MAJOR MEASURES IN 84th CONGRESS 
Signed Vetoed KP 


Conterence O 


see 


: Stadium Plan 7 


_ 
| 


Passed 
Reported by » 
Committee 


Set Aside TO - 


Conference ro 
Report Approved ~" 


Is Spurred 


WOUSE 

- | John E. McCluge, who heads , 
ra a Washington Board of Trade 
committee to revive plans for a 
, municipal memorial stadium, 
said yesterday he had asked 
revitalization of an old stadium 
‘commission to get the project 
‘under way. ° 

The attorney said he had sent 
letters to Vice President Rich- 
ard M. Nixon, House Speaker 
Sam Rayburn (D-Tex.) and 
Robert E. McLaughlin, presi- 
dent of the Board of District 
Commissioners. | 

Under old legislation provid- 


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said, each of the three would 
appoint three members of a 


nine-man commission charged| 
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lk tl td ed 


memorial. 
In his letters, McClure said. 
he had called attention to 


President Eisenhower's indorse- 
ment of the project at 


last | 


week's press conference. 


Bills pending in both the 


House and Senate would re- 


serve a portion of the National 
Training School for Boys 


grounds on Bladensburg rd. for 


pertect one-coat 


isuch a project, McClure said, 


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Front-running Adlai E. Stev 


enson has started the last part 
ff his drive for the Democratic 
Presidential nomination—crack 
ing the uncommitted and “fa- 
vorite son” block of 728 con 
vention votes 

The former Illinois gover- 
nor. fresh from the winner- 
take-all California victory, fin- 
shed the primary campaign 
season with 264 Democratic 
onvention votes openly com- 
mitted to his candidacy. He 
doused the hopes of Sen. Estes 
Kefauver (D-Tenn.), who, like 
Stevenson, trekked hundreds of 
thousands of miles in search of 
votes 

But Kefauver remains a fac- 
tor in the nominating process 
because of the 173 votes he will 
take into the Aug. 13 conven- 
tion. Phis is a potent bloc 
especially in the final bargain- 
ing stages when a decisive bal- 
lot of the delegates represent 
ing 1372 votes appears. 


Standing At Present 


With the greatly publicized 
phase of the vote-seeking out 
of the way. here is how the 
Democratic Presidential mara- 
thon looks, with 686% votes 
needed to nominate 

Stevenson, 264 
fauver. 173: Gov 
man (N. Y¥ 102: Sen. Stuart 
Symington (Mo.) 45%: Sen 
Lyndon B. Johnson (Texas) 
56 \ Gov Frank lLausche 
Ohio) 54: Gov. G. Mennen Wil. 
llams (Mich.) 44: Gov. Abraham 
Ribicoff (Conn.) 20: Rep. John 
W McCormack (Mass.) 9: 
former President Harry S. Tru- 
man i: and a half vote each 
for Sen. Harry Flood Byrd (Va.), 
Sen. Wayne Morse (Ore.) Sen 
Richard B. Russell (Ga.) and 
Rep. Francis E. Walter (Pa.), 

On the. Republican § side. 
President Eisenhower has re- 
ceived assurances of support 
and pledged delegates to as- 
sure him nomination on 
first ballot With 662 votes 
needed to nominate, the Presi- 
dent is already assured of a 
minimum of 718 votes on the 
first ballot. 


votes: Ke.- 
Averill Harri- 


State Conventions to Act 


One reservoir of so far un- 
committed delegates is in those 
States where the state conven- 
tions have yet to pick delegates. 
States included in this category, 
the date of the state convention 
and their convention vote 

Arizona, June 30 (16): Arkan- 
sas, date undecided, (26): lowa. 
July 31 (24); Kentucky, July 3 
(30); Mississippi, July 17 (22): 
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Stevenson can argue for sup- 
port in states where delegates 
have been chosen. but have re 
mained uncommitted—awaiting 
the outcome of the Florida and 
California primaries—on the 
basis of his comeback since 
his March 20 Minnesota loss to 
Kefauver. The states where 
there are more than 10 uncom 
mitted votes 
Alabama._{11 
Georgia (32); Idaho 
(36); Kansas (16); 
24); Massachusetts 
North Carolina (20%): Okla- 
homa (28): Pennsylvania (18); 
Rhode Island (16): South Caro 
lina (17%); and West Virginia 
(24). 
Adiai Needs Two Thirds 


Stevenson will have to line 
up two thirds—about 405—of 
these votes in order to score an 
early ballot win. The bulk of 
Kefauver’s votes, by law, are 
bound to him for the first ballot 
and for as many succeeding bal- 
lots where the delegation feels 
the Tennessean “has a reason- 
able chance of obtaining the 
nomination.” The remainder of 
Kefauver’s votes must stay with 
him as long as he polls 10 per 
cent of the total convention 
vote. 

Democrats opposed to Steven 
son's nomination are faced with 
the problem holding 
Stevenson's first—or sccond 
ballot win, plus trying to form 
a coalition behind another can- 
didate such as Harriman. Ke- 
fauvers votes could switch to 
Harriman in later ballots if the 
vote counting goes that fal! 

Against such indecisiveness, 
Stevenson supporters can argue 
that their candidate has out- 
polled Kefauver in the pri- 
maries and the total Demo- 
cratic vote has exceeded that 
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By Lloyd Norman 


Chicago Tribune News Service 

The aunt and cousin of Pvt. 
Richard A. Hagelberger, 23, 

who is scheduled to die on the — 
gallows sometime after July) 
6, sent a letter Friday to Pres-| 
ident Eisenhower telling of the 
soldier's lonely, love-barren ) 
childhood, and asking the Presi- 


dent to spare his life. | | : | : 
Hagelberger is held at Fort); 7)” | 

Leavensworth, Kan., under death >) = - | 

sentence since 1952 for the mur. "3 | 
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Vigneault, 23, who did the ac- 
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was saved by a Presidential) 
clemency order last Dec. 23, 
which commuted the sentence) 
to 55 years in prison. 

In the emotion-filled letter 
addressed to “My Dear Honor- 
able President,” Mrs. Donald 
Winsor, cousin, and Mrs. Lyle! tne mind of a 19-year-old boy.’ 


Hagelberger, the aunt, Buffalo, 
N. ¥., asked Mr. Eisenhower to|! Understand that the morning. 


correct the “injustice” to Ha- after the crime the alcoholic | 
= and grant him equal'content in his system was 22 
ustice. 
The army turned its back on|2%4 1 believe that is quite high) 
Hagelberger last night. \for a person they say only nea 
Army Secretary Wilber M.|3% liters of beer. Don't you 
Brucker, in @ letter to Hagel- agree’ ) 
berger's aunt and cousin, said, “Richard is a boy who never| 
“It is my duty ... to take steps has had the chance in life as a 
.|to carry out the sentence im-\normal child. He has been 
posed.” Brucker said Hagel-| pushed from pillar to post since| 
berger “was the dominant per-|birth, with no one to help. | 
sonality and moving spirit in think anyone raised in this man- 
the killings.” ‘ner would have a chip on his 
Brucker noted that Hagel-| shoulder toward life. Yes, may- 
berger could not expect the/be he has, but not enough to 
same clemency President Eisen- commit murder. We. knowing 
hower granted to Vigneault. him as we do, know he has tried 
“Unlike the Vigneault case/to do right and be a good citi- 
.. the question of low mental! zen. | 
capacity is not present in the; “He was taken from his moth- 
goes case,” Brucker/er as a small boy, a8 his mother 
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by court martial, findings of|He was placed in an orphanage! 
which were reviewed and ap-|\where he was so mistreated he 
proved by the President after ran away. From there he was’ 
careful consideration.” iput in a foster home where he} 
Brucker sent the letter to the|was loved for the first time in 
aunt and the cousin in reply his life, but soon joined the 
ito their request that he take| Army. 
action to spare Hagelberger’s| “As you see he has had less 
life. ‘social background than the 
| Their letter to the President|other boy, and less chance of 
said: being taught right from wrong 
“We are writing to you In ear-| We are enclosing an article pub- 
jnest appeal for the life of Rich-|lished in the East Aurora, N. Y.., 
‘ard A. Hagelberger, who hasipaper that we think may de-| 
been sentenced to die for aiscribe a small part of the tor-) 
crime that he has taken partituous life the boy has lived. | 
in while we believe under the| “Believe us, this boy has a) 
influence of drink. good mind and heart but has no 
“The boy who actually fired|way to show it. We don't ask 
the gun has had his sentence/you to forgive him but why 
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“Evidently no one knows of 
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can't you give him the same 

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this injustice would not have/this case? He needs help and 

been done him. Why, if this|\we can't afford a lawyer for 

Vigneault was so mentally in-;him. So we appeal to you, the 

capable, was he allowed in the! __ —EEE 

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NEW YORK, June 9.—In Floyd Patterson, the heavy- “se a F 
'weight division at long last has spawned another piciure | In | “3 : 1-5 2 lf, Behind 
fighter, schooled in the correct moves and blessed with onrer 5 t -— / 
brilliant hands, who must inevitably some day be the . ) Nel reir it rkd* teeta: 0 
heavyweight champion - lp? ace 

Not nt the peal Joe Louis was a lithe lad in his early nm enundering Ui —s 

twenties, out-boxing ever;body he fe " “ , | n ca # | 
fought until he could whip across the : : “a | L:d3 1/3 today he mighty "ews from Ya 
kneckout punch, has the heavyweight aime ny : Pe Swaps vol , , 
business turned up as classic a type as fey | : | , ‘Handicap at Hollywood 
Patterson | cd, Bobby Brocato was 
Louis ultimately gave it up because ) : _— ‘beaten Dy a length. and Px 
he grew too fat and too old. Iiis suc- hdtse. who nipped Swaps 
cessors had some merit, Rocky Mar- the wire two weeks ago 
ciano a tremendous amount of it. bul Californian. was third 
they didnt leap out at you as the , Swaps picks up the win: 
dreamboat champion. Ezzard Charles / ott =e > ~ tn: “i wh share of $29 750 of the $32 
was too cautious. Joe Walcott too pA. Wh: ) a” ‘ a” ee purse. the big Californ 
mature, too bald and sometimes too Pk ae hy oP ; oe Com paid 52.40, 52.20 an 
eager to stay on the floor ; as : : ¥ , . athe ; ee ed & 80 for 
Nobody can dismiss Marciano. No and £2.30 for show. Porterhows 
body ever beat him in 49 fights. He 0 for show 
must go down as one of the fine cham 
pions. But he is never going to be remembered as masterpiece 
product of the ring This is perhaps @ mean thing to say, Sul 
Rocky was too craggy, too thickset and too much of a flailer to 
fit the popular conception of slick champion 


NEW YORK 


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Shoemaker in Saddle 


THE ONE FIGHTER who stands athwart the last mile to 
the title for Patterson is, of course, Archie Moore. They may 
meet in September, but it may have to be postponed until next 
summer on account of the hand fracture Patterson suffered 
in beating Hurricane Jackson. There is no certainty that 
Patterson is ready yet for the likes of Moore, Dut he is 


maturing rapidly 
When Patterson slowed Jackson down to something /ess 
than hairricane force in the Garden the other night and beat 
him, Moore was a sort of co-winner. The old codger, at his 
vacation spot in England. is undoubtedly smirking at the ) =" Leads at Clubhouse 
result. Patterson's victory provided a fresh young opponent Setaiiae within 
with box office appeal but it didnt remove the amazing ; . ¥. — . | 
Jackson completely from the picture 
SO MOORE, who lives to make money so he can Duy cars 
and back bands and dance with girls, is served up two oppo! 
tunities He will probably get Jackson, who still has a tre Associated Pres 


mendous box-office draw, in September, and that will tide ee 
him over until next June when Patterson will be fit again ON WAY TO RECORD—Thundering to a new world record in the $50,000 added Argonaut Handicap yesterday. Bobby 
Wily Archie ~! sotten muh mileage out of his feat of for the mile in 1:33 1/5 at Hollywood Park, Calif., Swaps Brocato, ridden by Johnny Longden, presses him (outside). 
belting Marciano to the floor before the Rock conked him for (on rail) with Willie Shoemaker up, crosses the finish line Porterhouse was third. ‘ 


keeps, but he is the old professor of boxing and certain to be 


the favorite over all challengers, though currently passing _— “ a - oh ‘oe tom 

“himself off as a lightheavy. H@ says he is 39. His mother ain the. ots “—_— 
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THERE ARE QUESTIONS, of course, as to why Patterson, | iil caiatihtinss ane . ral . | 
LEE ul y ut n 0 start toward being the 
if he is so-skilled, did not bring off a more clear-cut victory ~ , we BOS eee ster winning e eld the 


over the clown, Jackson. Well,.in the first place. Referee ‘K hiszewski in 10 Innings Rice Tavi ) , 


See SWAPS, Page C4, Col. @ See YANKEES. Pace (4. Col. 7% 
Harry KesSlér, who cast his vote fof Jackson in dissent with 


~ the two judges, must have been refereeing some other — Grand Slams Tigers Defeat N Cl is Winner hy 


in some other hall, because at best the Hurricane won only 


ree of the 12 rounds re “6 o oe it 
, \ more Sodio man to fight than Jackson is difficult to But Bums Win For Sixth Time. 5-3 Six Lengths 


picture, unless you mean Archie Moore, who could take you 


out with a punch. So completely unorthodox is the Hurri- CINCINNATI, June 9 WH By Paddock 2 
cane, with his dangling defenses, including a floppy-wrist jab, |The Brooklyn Dodgers, playing By Bob Addie eee & ol Ideal Gitt for oe 
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that Gentleman Jim Corbett at his best would have trouble the kind of baseball which , mate SEANTUN, - 
} s that Tiger proved to | uit ob for th ats 
puzzling him out made them world champions,| ‘olding that Tiger has proved to be quite a job for the Nats pnejsware-owned Ricci 7 da 
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Besides, Jackson takes a punch in a manner that you'd |today defeated the Cincinnati) ¥®° /ost their sixth of the year to the pesky Detroiters last 55) 95 the : Gran 
have to say is beautiful. Besides, he’s a marvel of stamina. Redlegs, 85, in a 10-inning 


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No fighter ever got so much out of the minute's rest between thrille: - a one pecey when 5 ay , 
rhe crowd of 3016 eg hang , run homer hit , f VAN AE 


night, 5-3, in 10 innings. The Nats have yet to beat the Tigers 


rounds as the Hurricane. It is as if he sucks in oxygen laden They survived a typical Ked length upset def 
with some kind of wonder drug. He took fearful beatings jeg late-innings rally to break 5Y Roy Sievers in the cight and “Willie Harti the Na S 
near the end of every round from Patterson, sometimes had jhe game wide open and win which tied the score at 3- ‘ tion’a No. 1 ride , URY SHIRT 
to search for his own corner, but one minute later he sallied their first game of the season Sievers poke, his loth home! rhe Nats wie : CENT 
forth as the take-charge guy in six tries from the Reds of the year, was aay Abe 1 ’ umpn n the Leonara | ' S ft Collar 

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IT HAS TO BE remembered that young Patterson was giv- The Redlegs retained first ouenes | yg od es em $37.400. far more | e 1 | ‘ WwW , kle 
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ing away 15'2 pounds to the brutish Jackson, yet took his sisee: in the National League pong yn Bop and al wi DETRON k MRD: ¢ Rall ta ates fe th That Won t rin 
best shots and then out-punched him. He was the craftsman despite the defeat, since 5d! Hal Griggs started 
in the ring. ripping splendid combinations into an opponent Louis won over Pittsburgh, 8 up three runs on four hits i if i. ; , 1 alumet's f 
who was easy to hit bul bard to hurt Mostiv it was straight to 3 seven innings Unto nave. . ¢ » 3 tation wh won ti Pp ak wiih 
punching and so very much like Sugar Ray Robinson's incom- Until the eighth inning, vet-one of the hits was . : ; . an ) ) | eed) il 
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oe sluggers Belardi Dvires in Runs Cees. 9 “ 4 : off a » favorite and because i 
1ade him pay for the mistaKe of dropping his guard during Kluszewski hit a grand slam Grob took over in the eighth waeumarow~ a minus show pool of $4799 
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terson off balance and apparently was putting him on the Labine replaced Maglie ning and the ninth ‘ é. : >2 08 Fab ee ae 
Eddie Bailey, pinch hitting, But in the 10th. Earl Tore: » > © Fabius Barely Secone | 
: A P Lemon Fabius hareiy | >] nn } ’ 
knockdown. He got the tips of both gloves behind him, kept half of the 9th with his second| weser with one out and singled. Berbveret ond, finishing a me nose ‘re Nu 
stigma of a knockdown Then Brooklyn came roaring then Bill Tuttle tripled and <re®. e Frosty Mi: ra president , yi 
He tried to take Jackson out in the first round with a vicious |back to win in the 10th. Carl) Wayne Belardi singled for the ~ = 7, ~ Donald P. Ross’ Countermand 
Furillo singled with one out,'two runs was fourth 
aPoulted te Belardi fer Griggs in ith iR , 
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asked to match stamina with the champion of that depart- 1 abine Singles Jim Lemon HREE-BASE HITS—temen, Tuttle. track record fo! | 
ment, and he did that. too The ancient (36) right-hander - UNS—Bolling. Sievers -‘one-eighth set | Ston-—ans gee sae . DAY 
Jackie Robinson batted for won his fourth victory without ” PL am ~--o - Look in 1953 I ee 
er te Runnels ~ aboot = —. s : 
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vitable figh - "e nail , wah. wv ues , > a 
Inevitable fight arene out in the audience just before the main illo home on his fiy to Gus Nats did frighten him slightly ; BAS ON nent ter hele ounere tes a . 
bout went on, and Patterson turned his back on Jackson and Bell in center Labine singled here and there | G , iTS —Og Grigss Mrs. Harry Lunger 0 ial ; JUNE 17 
Hodges home, and Gino Cimoli The difference in the game Ni EP ville. Del. paid $45.80 


There was pride in Patterson's manner, too. Hurricane with four hits. Then Ted Deeane te ‘a % of the tremendous play on 
one retreat and hooked him with a wide left that sent Pat- |homer with two out. Clem and did a good job in that in- }es » sulted 
loo ; the Brookly it fro eing . 
floor. But the Brooklyn lad battled to keep it from being @ |11.4 the game in the Cincinnati|son batted for Jim Bridge- Oravet 
daylight between himself and the floor and escaped the homer im two days off Labine.|; Steve Gromek sacrificed ahead of Mrs hback's 
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barrage, but couldn't. Same thing in round two, but Jackson ‘, 
g s Gil Hodges doubled and Roy; Gromek, who went all the (ore Pn weccr im toth Fldon Nelson 
vinced their man would have to go the limit. He was being walked, filling the bases Sievers homer and a triple by vASHINGTON o68 100 ote 6-3 home in 1:50 >. far off the ba gal 3 ; FATHER’S 
Tuttle. Gromek 
You got the idea, too, that Patterson is a cool one. The i, . 
< . : Charley Neal and brought Fur- to9 much trouble although the 5” erere: care The 3-vear-old 
watched with eager, open-mouthed interest, just like any fan EARNE! 
—~Har 


In a minute he'd be fighting his own biggest fight of his life, 
but right now he didn't ua to be cetieced because the one the eighth, singled. scoring : “9 Sear. Faparcila. riME—12 it. AT- hee mentioned 
. - Campy. That was the ball game.| See NATS, Page C-2,Col.6 = Tinpance- - shay ee seseranetaneee 
down below, outside the ring, was too good to miss One of the largest Saturday or three-year-old 
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paid $4.30 to show 


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fae ‘ saw the game. which ended a “Just Ran By Us” or 
10 Days for Careless Riding five-game wining streak for the Major S Standings Said Hartack ab N OM 1 Ci 0] She CTS 


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day by stewards at Delaware! The suspension becomes ef Y ‘DAY'S RESU S — . - aaiine See FABIUS,. Page C4, Col. 7 and now vou can choose either 
Park for careless riding yes-|fective next Tuesday and runs Toetels x7 119014 ESTERDAY’S RESULT! YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 
terday. ‘through June 21 a lonski in 9th - , 
The suspension will keep him) Hartack appeared bewildered . Singles POR or wor nd, 15; New ¥ Milwaukee. 4; New York, 0 W isconsin Crew sheers. It's America’s fastest growin 
from riding Fabius next Satur-|when he was informed of the vous ew York, 8. ees oss ) 
cohive i ime s-8| Chicago, 8; Boston, 0. Philadelphia, 6; Chicago, 4. . te : $3.95 
day in the $100,000-added Bel-|suspension. Willie said, “I be- Cron, oo 00 418-5! Baltimore 4.7: K NM : Beats ( alifornia 
mont Stakes. Fabius, with Har-| lieve Fighting Frau was strictly | ~ p— qynam = Snider. Purrillo, Hodges thas more, 44; Kansas City, St. Louis 8; Pittsburgh, 3. é 
eal insen ei! us . 
Stakes and was second in the | injury at that time to my foot, -. Gilliom. Nelson, Hodges. TODAY'S GAMES ; 
w i 4. J. Robinson. Ball Brookly Wisconsin's varsity crew beat 
Kentucky Derby. 'I couldn't control her. "Hetees. A Detroit at WASHINGTON o5.7 y< eS ee Craig California by three lengths to 
Frau in yesterday s fourth race Hartack, said that the rider be- = DP ~ Maslie. Reese ined Foytack (4-3) ws. Stobbs’ (4- 4). 2 Mendota 
and injured his foot when the| lieved that he “was done an in-|;on: Neal, Reese and Nesom. let — | ang Wiesler (1-2), Simmons (2-4) and Owens (0-2) “+1. Bears beat the Badgers 
ay * hong Fang ae hom grnecee —_ cost he ger Ey tye Slt I 1 HO a Powis s in} Santiago (0-1) vs. Johnson (1-2), ee at St. Louis (2): varsity race earlier 
ortly alter e sta an- jockey championship this,! 1-3. Arker % in 1°35. Jeffcoat ¢@ = mY Cleveland at New York: Arroyo (1-0) and Kline (5-3) vs. sity’ ne . 
The Badger varsity s winning * DOWNTOWN: 45 Years at 1319 F St. N.W 
The stewards blamed the spillithis afternoon Willie Shoe-|io*'", "Daman 13 mgt tsrine| Chicago at Boston: Pierce (3-3). of the year for the Wisconsin. * CLARENDON, VA: 1111 N. Highland St 
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tack riding, won the Preakness at fault. Also because of the|C* mprnelta hig ne pe TODAY'S GAMES MADISON. Wis. June 9 i? 
Hartack Fighting) CWick L t for Willie! © “Rai r | 
rtack was up on Fighting ck Lang, agent for Willie! \iuszew-ti. ” (2), 1 m.: / 
Re Cini «SF —Jackson. Nelso P. Trucks (1-1) and Philadelphia at Chicago (2): day in a 1% mile race on Lake 
filly climbed the partition in| justice.” Lang also said that the leltenat 2. Maglie .. Preeman "7 Lehine Kansas City at Baltimore vs. Hacker (1-5) and Jones (2-4). by six lengths in the junior 
other entry, Tombigbee, fell.|year. When the program opened wits ws. ¢ ne tee ts -|Lemon (7-2) vs. Kucks (6-3). Schmidt (3-2) and Poholsky time of 8:42 was the fastest time 
on Hartack. — \maker had 137 winners to Har- 1. W-Levine (4-1). 1. Sreeman (4-1) (7-2) vs. Susce (1-2) or Porter- New York at. Milwaukee: crew on its home course. Cali 


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Nats Lose | 
. + aa CHICAGO, June 9 (#—The Lents Pg atereeny . ad oo 
wo From , Fifth in Rows) Another to | Tat So Loccnet bis ‘toe ant 28 veer 


The triumph, Saul Rogovin’s second Wecision of the year, 
* S - z . ° mw «¢ left Philadelphia a half-game behind the Cubs in the National 
ansas ily Pirates Fall Tigers, 5-3 League. Rogovin had to be resc ued by Bob. Miller. a ee 
‘ ot we || Ted Kazanski and Stan: 
Sp ALTIMORE., June 9 #—Bob as ' . | iY ST. LOUIS. June 9 #—Wally men left. Detroit stranded only ane ‘the big Phils tolies Sesser predinda te tautGr te 
Nieman doubled with the bases | e YY = Moon and Stan Musial paced a four men and Washington six. before Del Ennis doubled Marv the seventh. 
“loaded during a seventh-inning| . * | (13-hit lashing of six Pittsburgh, Gromek gave up three walks Blalock home with the fifth) 
battle of bench wits to bring jpitchers and veteran Jim Kon .4 suck out three run, as the oa ae yee BERNT-O-MATIC STOVES, 
the Baltimore Orioles a 7-5 vic- jstanty saved Vinegar Bend Mi . first vietory over Chicago (iS BARI sea 
| ; ;zell's fifth straight victory with Detroit's victory gave the season after three straight 
cory tonight over the Kansas| “ . Fr hitless relief job as the St. Tigers a fourth-place tie with /osses 
City Athletics, whom they beat) wee . cy ‘Louis Cardinals beat the Pi-' poston while the Nats. thanks Ernie Banks blasted his 14th 
} 41 in the afternoon on Ray| oi rates today, 83, and took over . homer for the Cubs’ two runs 
Moore's five-hit pitch ae second place. The Pirates fell = the Orioles who beat Kansas in the first. Gene Baker's 
ih hs “ Asm 4 , i ; A to third place City twice, managed to stay in double and Banks’ single led) 
The twin victory in Balti) § ‘% ¢ ta Seen: emashed two homers. seventh place. to the third run in the third,| 
ee 5 a separate ~~ > ~~ his seventh and eighth of the Griggs started off impressive. * * * * * * * ® 
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ithe aherasee game ond 9393 | eo > season and drove in four runs.}ly by retiring the Tigers in or- P!ADELFMIA | cmICAGO 
at night. | Mas He also singled and walked der in the first inning—no mean gereres of 
Willie Miranda opened the| — . we twice for a Sford day. feat these days. 
Oriole seventh with a single | i ad \ ; Stan the Man got back in| — Maxwell singled in 
| i : stride with 4for5, including the second and Griggs ap 
a meneger Pod sete ] ang Sent oS Ls “4 u his seventh homer, and batted peared out of danger when he | 
 pinch-hit Chuck Diering for Erv| Pitti, 2 , in two runs. got the next two men. But Boll- R Miers {0 | 
Palica who had relieved For-| # z, | ‘ my EP. Konstanty took over for Mi- ing lined a homer into the new 
nigles. When the count reached| = == ee i ; ae Rs | zell in the sixth with the bases seats in left and that gave the 
ao. and one. Richards re-| | =a=ee anne | pi: i loaded and retired the side| Tigers a 20 lead. —_ ae 
called Diering and sent Evers) . - . >| Se eG | : x without further scoring, then rnie Oravetz walked with aamee int er tien, ta ~ 4. 
}to the plate. Evers drew the Rie eased’ i . ddlpamnyt 3 lhe ad blanked the Pirates without a two out in the fourth and Lem- »°*"""* “™ ™* * = 
' fourth ball (ae ’ ca he : “f hit the last three innings. on came through with a triple Dhen. for Landritn in oP tor Lewn| 
Manager Lou Boudreau sub-| ©" 0, - | ae | it was Mizell’s seventh vic-|against the right-field wail to i= Ss . ro 
| stituted pitcher Bobby Shantz| ‘ é ¥ iro | é, %’ tory against twe losses, “"- narrow Detroit's margin to 2-1. £ i - 201 ose too—3 
for Gorman. Shantz hit Gard-| ee a ae " % . , ui failed in Sam for his ‘ Griggs Encounters Trouble ma mq og Minis Baer” grass 
ner to load the bases. Miranda : "i. Bus ; YX £4 oye veto ead the Car-| Griggs\retired the side in w™st?s",, = Mina nk Rape 
stalk forced “ — ‘Ge aaa . = , . % “ 7 dinals within a half game of order in the third. fourth and prs! G 7 nnis 
= ae arate on oane he ole] : * + “ ; » a ; * — first place in the National fifth. He ran into trouble again ~ ~> a ot ts ) a EXCLUSIVE 
ou ous : , League as the Brooklyn Dodg-in the sixth. Gromek walked Ras { Biayiock. LEPT—Phiiade! in Washington at 


uation. But Nieman, who had) : * $ ers tripped the first place Cin-|then Tuttle singled. Belardi ogovin oon i.m MI 
' tripled the previous “aaa inal ; cinnati Redlegs ibeat out a bunt to fll the Hushe ein ere ©, Lows 2 Ho BOYCE & LEWIS 
loaded his — — a od i Dale Long - his 17th homer bases. Al Kaline forced Belar- ‘in & Rose Ee a 735 15th St. NW. 
Francona scored him with a&| ¢ ) ae for Pittsburgh in the second, [di as Gromek scored to make §.4° sun if, . 4 ~P 
two-bagger and boosted the oa ee : : he ~~ it 3. 1. ler 6.6 . “Y -— 439 7th Sr. NW. 
Orioles to a or | | he. 4 > Gromek had the Nats pretty sain 
AFTERNOON GAME age’ PF well in check until the eighth 
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Cleveland catcher, and scores on a steal of | things along by swinging at the high pitch. 
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Tigers lost 28 one-run games mouths, Dodges. De Getes, Chrysiers, Im- 
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Berries 5 22. Lasorda 22 | Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra|\s: Louis BB-les 2 suansen 2 The Nats lost "eight a row _ Geovie . oteeemen 
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Timed in 
20 Seconds 


SANGER, Calif.. June 9 
Duke's Dave Sime ran ire 
fastest 220 yards in history to- 
night as he smashed the world 
record and bettered his own 


previous record breaking per- 
formance with a time of 20 
seconds flat in the Central 
AAU Association, 
track and field meet. 

Minutes later Sime had tied 
the world record in the 100-yard| 
dash and the Navy's Jack Davis’ 
had done the same in the 120- 
yard high hurdles. Sime’s time’ 
in the century was 9.3 seconds 
and Davis flashed over the 
hurdles in .13.5 | 

Official world record for the 
220 is 20.2 seconds by Southern 
California's Mel Patton in 1949.; 
Earlier this year Sime had run 
a 20.1. | 
| Sime beat Fresno state's 
‘Mike Agostini in the furlong as 
[he had done previously in the) 
1100. Mike was timed in :20.4, 
| off the :20.1 he also had regis- 
tered earlier this year 

Officials said the aiding wind 
in all three races was within 
| permissible limits. 

Agostini beat Sime out of the 
iblocks in both the 100 and the 
1220 and both times the Duke 
isprinter caught him prior to the 
imidway point. In the 100, Agos 
itini led for 35 yards and in the 
1220 Sime took over after 65 
yards 
| He finished one-half yard 
ahead in the 100 and five yards 
in the furlong 

In the hurdles, Davis was 
prassed by Duke's Joel Shankle 
who was timed in :13.7 

The winner, formerly of USC 
and now an officer in the Navy 
at San Diego, previously had a 

best time of :13.6, but he had 
néver before equaled the world 
mark set in 1950 by Dick Attiles 
by, also a former USC athiete 

Davis shot out at the start 
and seemed to pick up speed as 
the race progressed. He didn't 
tip a hurdle 

Earlier this vear Sime had 
equalled the world mark of :9.3 
for the 100 set in 1946 by Pat 
ton. Last week he did it again 
at Stockton. Calif.. but the wind 
that night was 4.75 mph, above 
the limit of 4.473 

Prior to the meet the weather 
bureau predicted winds from 
8 to 16 miles an hour. But it 
was caim when the meet 
started 

Agostini, who also has a best 
time of 93 this year, stuck 
closer to Sime than he did in 

losing a week ago 

The two, and California's 
Leamon King, are this year's 
sprinters who have equalled 
Patton's record which had been 
itied before only by Hec Hogan 
of Australia and Jim Golliday 
of Northwestern 

Charley Jenkins of Villanova 
was a wire-to-wire winner in 
the 440 in the time of 46.0 sec 
onds Lang Stanley of San 
Jose State took second with a 
stretch kick that carried him 
from fifth place 

Several athletes decided 
the last minute to skip the 
imeet after participation § in 
other events yesterday and last 
night. 
| Among them were discus rec 
ordholder Fortune Gordien 
miler Ron Delany of Villanova 
'Fred Dwyer of New York, and 
Andy Stanfield, the 1952 Olym 
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Column... 


HARMON KILLEBREW’S bonus period expires on 
June 18 and he then can-be optioned to a club of a fow- 
er classification . . . He'll probably be sent to the Chat- 
tanooga (Double-A) club because several technicalities 
can be avoided. 


5 


Just to give you an idea of what a winning ball club means, 
the Nats’ Class A farm at Charlotte 
was playing to empty seats at the be- 
ginning of the season when the Hor- 
nets had a long losing streak and were 
in the cellar .. . Since then, Charlotte 
has come up with winning streaks of 
9 and 10 and now they're having park- 
ing problems down there. 


And, speaking of Charlotte, Manager 
Chuck Dressen must be a good judge 
of baseball material... He was reluc- 
tant to part with Garland Shiffiet, the 
hill-billy righthander, who posted his 
sixth victory the other night and is one 


Addie of the Sally League's leading pitchers. 


Type-setters may now breathe a sigh of relief... Remember 
last year when the Nats signed a pitcher from the University 
of Utah named Victor Struckenschneider? ... He has failed 
to make the grade in a D league and has been released. 


Chattanooga has a promising young first baseman named 
Stan Roseboro who is batting over 340. 

THE PROPOSED Municipal Stadium has the hearty indorse- 
ment of Calvin Griffith, president of the Nats... It's assumed 
that if and when such a stadium is built, the Nats will be 
tenants as is the case in Kansas City, Baltimore, Cleveland 
and Milwaukee . . . Clubowners like that sort of arrangement 
because it saves them money on real estate taxes... It's a 
good idea for the city, too, because a municipal stadium with a 
big league ball club playing there, helps pay for itself and is 
better patronized by the public for other affairs ... Such a 
stadium certainly would stop all this talk about moving the 
Washington franchise. 

With Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and St. Louis all playing fine 
ball in the National League, it’s going to be tough to pick the 
No. 1 manager of the National League circuit... Of course, 
things may well change by the time the last game of the season 
is played and the team among the three which makes the best 
showing probably Will have the No. 1 manager. 

Calvin Griffith, by the way, mildly refutes a recent implica- 
tion here that his beer sponsor dictates when ball games 
should be called off... Many people called or wrote this desk 
saying they were convinced that the game played with Chicago 
last Saturday night in the rain wasn't postponed so the spon- 
sors could plug their product on TV... “We have no such 
agreement, written or implied,” Calvin says. “The Washington 
ball club decides if and when a game is to be postponed and 
then. because of the technicalities involved, we inform the 
sponsor first. We owe him that much. But he never has and 
never will even suggest a game should be played to satisfy the 
TV audience 


DICKIE SMALLWOOD, a star pitcher for Eastern High and 
the Boys Club of Washington a few years ago, is now Duke's 
ace hurler ... Smallwood’s pitching helped Ace Parker's Blue 
Devils win the Atlantic Coast Conference title. 

Jim Bakhtiar, handsome young fullback from the University 
of Virginia, dropped by the other afternoon on his way to 
Southern California, where he will take summer work... 
Jim, the boy who came here from Iran at 16 and became a 
football star after never having played a game. a 
naturalized American and is in the Marine Corps Reserve ... 
He intends to study medicine. His sister, incidentally 
married to Freddie McNair, one of the District's outstanding 
tennis players 


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Tatum coach at North Carolina, is going all out 
look”... dim has even changed the uniforms 
and will three new sets for each player . Tatum, a 
shrewd psychologist, wants to get rid of the “defeatist com- 
plex” ... However, it may take more than a fancy uniform to 
stop Maryland, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and some of the other 
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PHILADELPHIA, June 9 
‘®—Are the Phillies thinking 
of trading Robin Roberts? 

Club officials naturally won't 
comment on the question. In 
the past, they've always listed 
the great righthand pitcher as 
an untouchable. But times 
have changed. 

The Phillies currently are in 
jlast place and, looking at things 
objectively, they don't figure 
to go much higher in the tough 
National League pennant race. 
Since the Whiz Kids won the 
pennant in 1950, most experts 
are agreed that the Phillies 
have been going down hill 
steadily. 

Injuries,’ youngsters who 
failed to live up to expectation, 
and age have crept up on a 
\team looked upon six years 
jago as one of the National 
League clubs ‘of the future. 


The farm system, outside of 
pitchers, doesn't appear to have 
any players close to e big 
leagues Generali Manager 
Roy Hamey, who has been 
busy revamping the entire fagm 
setup, stocking the minor 
league clubs with young hope- 
fuls, admits this fact. 

What recourse then, does a 
team like this heve? Trades. 
trades and more trades are the 
logical answer.’ And what do 
the Phillies have that every 
major league team in both 
leagues covets’? That answer is 
simple, Robin Roberts. 

Hamey blames the failure of 


‘the club on the players. He de 


clares emphatically that man.- 
ager Mayo Smith's job is not in 
jeopardy. He is anxious to make 
trades before the June 15 trad. 
ing deadline. He wants yourg 
players. 


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He Joe Bauman, who set an 
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Seales Ous 


 Bogarti in 
Semifinals 


By Maury Fitzgerald 
Steam Reporter 
TIMONIUM, Md. June 9 
Colorful, cocksure Keith Kal- 
lio and quiet, unassuming 
Claude Wild will 
row in the final of the 36th 
Maryland state amateur golf 
champion at Baltimore Coun- 
try Club's Five Farms course. 
It was a gay day 
burly 218 - pound Kallio and 
Wild. For Raiph Bogart, the 
defending champion, it was 
a decidedly gray one, nowever. 
Bogart, seeking his seventh 
title, was beaten in the fore- 
noon quarterfinals 
old Ken Scales, a tournament- 
scarred veteran from the Coun- 
try Club of Maryland, 2 and 1 


Scales Eliminated 


turn was beaten 
oy Kallio, l-up, in a match the 
former national junior light 
heavyweight lifting champion 
tried desperately to toss away 
after being dormie three going 
into the 16th. 

Kallio, a 38yearold Wash- 
ington public links player reg- 
istering out of South Sherwood 
Forest Club, eliminated Tracey 
Mehr of Bethesda in his quar 
terfina' match, 2 and 1. He was 
out in 36 to be 2-up on Mehr 
and was 2-over for the next 
eight holes ta@ciose out the 
match on the 17th green 

In the afternoon, Kallio won 
the first hole with a bogey six 
but then lost the second and 
third tb birdies to go l-<down 
to Scales. 

Kall 


Scales in 


7 
who doesn't wear golf 
shoes because the spikes burt 
his feet, won the fifth and 
eighth holes with pars and the 
sixth and seventh with birdies 
to take a three-hole lead at the 
turn with a 36 

The fidgety Kall lost the 
16th to a par and conceded an 
Sfoot putt for a birdie on the 
17th after an excursion into the 
tall grass. At the 18th, Scales 
had a 15-foot birdie putt to 
send the match into extra holes 
but brave attempt rimmed 
the hole and stayed out. 


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Scales Five Over Par 


Scaies in beating Bogart was 
five over par. He was out in 37 
to be one-up on the defending 
champion and was still one- 
down through the lith. But 
Bogart, spraying his tee shots 
in every direction, bogeyed five 
of the next six*holes to drop 
his title on the 17th green. 

Wild, who went to the fourth 
ronud of both the 1947 and 1954 
National amateur champion- 
ships, ousted former Middle 
Atlantic champion Dr. Walter 
Panowski of the Country Club 
of Maryland in his morning 
quarterfinal, 3 and 

The Burning Tree Club golf- 
er was out in 37 to be even at 
the turn. But the 32-year-old 
transplanted Texan won the 
10th, llth and 13th holes with 
pars to build a lead he nursed 
until closing out the match on 
the 16th green. 


McFerren Beaten 


Wild in semifinal match 
defeated Bill McFerren Sr.. 4 
and 2. McFerren, who advanced 
at the expense Voiney G 
Burnett of Brooke Manor, 2 and 
1 made a close match of it 
until his game soured. He lost 
the lith, 13th, 16th and 17th 


his 


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holes 

In the playoff medal, 
Perky Cullinane, Bethesda, and 
Bill McFerren Jr.. Manor 
tied with 78s and will try again 
The youngsters, who 
ed for the medal with Tls 
didn't play very well but did 
set a record for slow play. 
They started ahead of the 
two semifinal matches but fin- 
ished 8% holes behind Kallio 
and Scales when that pair 
walked off the course. Both 
championship matches went 
through the qual eon 4 layoff 


Quarterfinal Match 


of the 


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Maner. defeated 

. Breeke Maner. 2 and |! 

Wild Saree | Tree. defeated 

ae Panowski, Cc. ef Méd.. 
Semifinals 

defeated Scales l-up 

Meferren &r i and ¢ 


Kallle 
defeated 


Wilde 


Pirates Option Roberts 


PITTSBURGH, June 9 (»— 
Second baseman Curt Roberts 
of the Pittsburgh oom today 
was optioned to illiamsport 
in the Class A ee ern League 
on a 24-hour recall basis 


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rear feet clear of a 4-foot hurdle and knocks it over in the 


running of the Founders Cup in the 103d annual U pperville 


The Duke 
Wins Cup at 
Upperville 


By Mark Hannan 


UPPERVILLE, Va., June 9— 
The Duke of Paeonian made the 
ancient show ring.on Grafton 
Farm part of his private do 
main here today as the Uppet 
ville Colt and Horse Show 
wound up the second day of 
its three-day run before a 
crowd of 1000 who ignored the 
howery weather 

John S. Pettibone’s hand 
some +-year-old brown gelding 
won the coveted Founders Cup 
ind moved to a convincing lead 
in the competition for the 
Green Hunter Championship 

Ridden by Robert Kearns, 
The Duke repeated last year's 
victory in winning the Cup 
which was presented to Petti- 
bone by R. S. Peach, secretary 
the show. 

Star of Virginia Wins 

A four-year-old chestnut mare 
with the appropriate name of 
Star of Virginia won the Jun 
ior Hunter Championship. Rid 
den by owner Phyllis Mills, the 
mare scored 12 points to edge 
owner-rider Terry Yates’ Little 
Craft who was awarded the Re 
serve. 

The Smali Hunter Champion 
ship went to Col. Maxwell Tay 
lors His Nibs with . 
riding. His Nibs won blue-rib 
bons in three classes to win the 
title in a walkaway. Genera! 
Lem of the Ballentrae Farm 
won the Reserve 
Magic Attraction Leads 

Mr. and “Mrs. D. R. Motch’s 
Magic Attraction moved to a 
commanding lead in the race 
for the three-year-old cham 
pionship which will be one of 
the titles decided in tomor- 
rows final session of the show 

pening class will 


be called 
1 p. m. Eastern Standard ! 
with the Pony 


of 


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and Ara- 
classes a featured attrac- 
tion 
Today's activities were spiced 
Dy a dressage exhibition by 
Arthur Godfrey and his good- 
looking stallion Catoctin Gold 
at the noonday intermission, 
° 
Race Driver 


McHugh Killed 


LEHI, Ark.. June 9 ‘*—Clint 
McHugh, a veteran automobile 
driver, was killed today 
when his stock car crashed dur- 
ing time trials { 250-mile 
NASC 
pionship race 
McHugh. 28 
1956 Oldsmobil 


race 


or the 


was ariving a 


e when it went 


out of control on the third turn’; 


half dirt 


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of the mile and a 
track. The car, traveling at an 
estimated 90 miles an hour 
flipped once. hit the guard rail 
and plunged over an bank 
ment into a lake 50 feet below 
McHugh thrown clear 


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Was 


Upperville Show Summaries 


| UPPERVILLE, Va., June 9—Here are the results of the 
| second day of the three-day Upperville Horse and Pony Show: 


THOROUGHBRED BROODMARES — 
1. Runabit. Merten W. Smith: %, Jelly 
Star, Pewell Thayer: 3%. Heaven Hill, 

|\Mrs. Christepher M. Greer 
THOROUGHBRED FOALS—1, 
Breoekmead Farms: % Entry, 
{ 5 a 3. Mrs. 

r M. Greer 

SUNION HUNTER HACKS—l, 
Phyllis Mille: 1%, 

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Entry, 
Mrs. A 
Entry, Christe- 

Star 
Little 


3. His Nibs, 


; Jadwin: 


MIDDLE HEA 
WORKING HUNTERS (outside course) 
j--l, Lene Read, Mrs. MeGhee Bax- 
jter: %, Sky's Impression, Mr. and Mrs 
iD. R. Meteh: &. Cheesecake, Laura Leu 
Shreve 
MODEL SMALL HUNTERS—I. Wis 
Nibs; 2, Genere! Lem. Ballantree Farm: 
3. Meen Stone. Mrs. John CC. Mebberier. 

WORKING HUNTERS UNDER SADDLE 
Journey Preud. Shawnee Farm: 7%, 
Quaker: Jane N. Bryan; 3. Sky's Im- 
pression 

THOROUGHBRED YEARLING FIL- 
| LIES—1i, Hell Alley. ’ adeley;: * 

3 , ba ang ton; 3. Entry. Mrs. Cc. 


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SMALL HUNTERS UNDER SADDLE 
~—Il, a —e. . hw Tide, Mrs. John 


M. Burk 
THOROUGHBRED ‘YEARLING cCo_LTs 
OR GELDING—I, Entry. ae ae 

; 2, ~ “va H. H. Polk: 3. En- 


and mages 
Terr 


dred Gaines 
Tittle Craft 
oe ef Virgimia 
“REEN HUNTERS FOUR-YEAR-OLDS 
AND OvER—! 
5S. Pettibene 
Hepkins . 
LADIES 
Lene Read. Mrs. ¢ 
Heurless Time. Cornelia 
3. Copperfield. Mre. H 
THE FOUNDERS . 
Paconian; @. Fleet Captain, 
5, Meemerie. Mrs. A. C Ran- 


WORKING HUNTERS —1, 
Virginia: Little Craft; 3, 
Snow ball 
MIDDLE AND HEAVYWEIGHT 
GREEN HUNTERS—!I. Duke ef Paeon 
tan: 2. Magic Attraction, Mr. and Mrs. 
z } A. -. Motch: &, Fleet Captain. Col. C 
SMALL He gr td HUNTERS — 1 
Little es %. General Lem: %. Aetna. 
r. and Ray Nerten Jr. 
CONFORMATION OPEN HUNTERS 
(outside cogree)—i. Jack Biandferd. 
Shawnee Farm: £. Ripple Bey. Dr eee 
Mrs. Alvin Tt Kay: 3, Duke o aconian 
$c ge HUNTERS APPOINTMENT 
CLASS— one oa Cc. Me- 
Ghee oe, 2. OF naee ly ‘heave Lee 
Shreve: 3, Copperfield. 
SMALL HU NTER CHAMPIONSHIP— 
Champien: His Nibs, Col. 


»Barelay 
Vates: 


ock a Bit, Mimi Mills 

WORKING HUNTERS—1, 
MeGhee Baxter: ¢ 
B. gece a 


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| Horse Show yesterday. Gene Pillian is the rider. The three- 


day show is being held on 


the Grafton Farm grounds and 


winds up today. Starting time will be 1 »P. m. 


Crocker Sheots 80 


112 D.C. Area Golters 
Beat Jack Fleck’s 69 


Bob Hope Fires 70 
Here. Misses Medal 


Movie-TV Comedian Bob 
Hope failed to “Beat The 
Champ,” Jack Fleck, on Nation- 
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Washington area players won 
medals net scores of 
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Hope, in town for a few days, 
played at Burning Tree, home 
of President Eisenhow 
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Fleck turned in 69 over the 
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in Rochester, N. Y., scene of 
the National Open this week. 

Lowest score of the day was 
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Ewell at Rock Creek. Ewell 
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Crocker with 79s or better 

Largest entry was at East Po 
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come targets today for 
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Fleck fired a 


on the 18th green 
Fieck had 34-35 
70 course which 
about 6500 yards 
“middie tees.” 
Miss Crocker missed a 


on the 


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Fay 
Crocker teeded off at the Oak 


be 
some 
the annual 
National Golf Day competition 
one-under-par 
69 on the east course, missing a 
nine-foot putt for a possible 68 


par 
measured 
the 


Hyndman Leads 
Golf With 136: 


Brownell. 139 


JOHNSTOWN June 9 
Billy Hyndman 
four-under-par 68 today to ! 

lead 
ft the Sunnenar 
Amateur 

Hyndman 
adeliphian fi 
18-hole round 
tacked on another 
a total of 136 
Hyndman held a 
edge over Charles 
the Sunnehanna ( 

ion, and Gene Dahlbender 
Atlanta. Ga 

Bobby Brownell 
ton, D. C.. was three 
hind Hyndman 
Dr. Ed lL pdegraf 

four sti 


at the half-way 
Golf Toul 

a 40-year< 
ed a 68 
yesterday 
68 today 


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Record, 286 


BEACH, Va 
Mariene Bauer 
Hagge established a 2-hole 
wurld record for women and 
regained the lead from Patty 
Berg today in the fourth round 
of the seesaw triangle $12,000 
Round Robin golf tournament 
The little star from Asheville 
shot a one-under-par 70 
over the 6065-yard Cavalier 
Yacht and Country Clu» course 
to give her a 72-hole total 


VIRGINIA 
June 9 


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Marlene Magee 71 
Jevee Liske r 


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Betty Jameson 
Bennie Boadewh 
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Mrs. Hagege had pilus 48 points 
after four nds of th 90 
hole “plus and minus’ competi 
tion and wilf carry a commana 
ing 19-point advantage into 
tomorrow's final round 
Miss Berg. veteran 
from St. Andrews, IIL, 
76 today and 
fourth place at pit 
She teed off leadi: 
of 16 and was four 
of Mrs. Hagge 
Mrs. Hagge 
rounds of 
posted 
today's 
record 
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g the field 
points ahead 


had previou 
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birdies it 
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lene canned 
and e 414-971 
she reached 
and two-putte 


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Little 
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Louisville, Bet sy 
Spartanburg, S. C., and Mi cke 
Vright of San Diego and gained 
22 points. She picked up seven 
points on the 317-yard 13th hole 
where Miss Wright and 
Rawls took sixes and Miss Dodd 
a seven compared to Marlene’s 
par four. 


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with an 80. 

Amateur golfers from 
over the ‘country had an 
portunity of bea 
and winning themselves 
Beat Jack Fleck’ 
Fay Crocker” medals 

The money raised by 
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tirely by the PGA this 
will be used to finance 
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Swaps and Porterhouse 
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Craven pitched 
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OMAHA 
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of Washington Golf 
ent he the second since World 
first revived in 1952 after being sacked 
ir years and dropped again last year in favor of 
a member-guest event Included in 
‘he record field will be three post-war 
Bubby Brownell 1952), 
Wild (1953) and Ralph Bogart 
. “I Say Pro Golf Isn't So 
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Ssiturday Evening Pest should 
“must” in goed golf reading ... Rob- 
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architect modernizing Baltimore's | Kennedy sts. nw., at 10 a. m 
crusty Elkridge Clu» iayout . Work | and doubles play begins ’ 
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features in his book what he calls “The 
Morris McLeinore, Miami Daily News 
menting On the rumor that Tommy - iwarrvad 
wifr- jJenes. 6— 6— 
wrote, Wingfield ton. 
Armour Poe, Doug Mattison, and Red 
out Pearson by finishing with 70 
Jay Work has begun on Belle 
liavens new golf shop 
Pro Tommy Ryan expects to 
into his new quarters 
the middle of next month 
Art Stackhouse, full of 
vim and vigor, rushed 
Bethesda the other 
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ifing debut Art took a 
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June 27 R. S. Yow 
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7 ’ Ty rh ’ 

The only othe , . mnters of the con t with L. T. Griswold 

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Champion Jackie } i p! ; Masters championship ..., ran ~~ 
after today’s 7 , up and steoped 15 inches 
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Sam Snead, winn eps championship 
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Harry Benard will | from an overseas vacation to 
pe cin defending the title find his office at Fast Poto- 
over the weekend . Walter | mac redecorated and a repro- |6—4 
Bogley, one of the three | duction of the painting of §2tt.*— 
former owners Of Princ® | Robby Jones done by Presi- |4ef. Mary 
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Wuite a few of the Wash- are paired 
ton a feminine golfers four straight Ba hyp 1 Ranges y ve ent eng 
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. , ; third period today to ‘ 
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day. June 5 The 54th ollege watched the fa. 
amateur championship of the vored southert ers walk away 
Middle Atlantic Golf Associa- from the Yankees after a light 
tion, one of the nation’s orst half 

oldest events will be held rhe victory evened the record 
June 21-24 at Hermitage at seven victories apiece for the 
Country club Bobby | 5¢hes.. Une game ended in a 
Brownell, defending cham- |“ fhe South's goal produc 
pion, and other local players |“°" and the total for the game 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIWES HERALD 


Sunday. 


June 10. 1954 


+ 


[ Camera Catches Patterson as He Averts Knockd 


Patterson’s 
Hand Key to 
Title F 4 


NEW YORK, June 9 
million<dollar heavywe 
production in Dentemies 
tween flashy Floyd Patterson 
and light heavyweight cham 
pion Archie Moore hinged 
day on a broken bone in Patter- 
son's right hand 

The fracture of the feurth 
mefacarpal bone — the littl 
bone back of the knuckle—may 
prevent the 2l-year-old Brook 
lyn prodigy from swinging his 
precious mitts a f 


r—A 


to 


period ol 
six weeks to three months 
That could doom an outdoor 
extravaganza in Yankee Sta 
dium. There was hope, how- 
ever, that the healing time may 
be quicker 


Bad News Strikes 


The bad news on the break 
struck like a delayed bomb 
Nobody knew it until more 
than a half hour after the 
speedy precision puncher | 
whipped Hurricane Jackson 
a thrilling, no-clinch 12-rounder 
last night and virtually we 
up his lucrative shot 
Moore 

The news was hard to believe 
until you saw the splint on the 
modest youngster’s right hand 

For it was in the 12th round 
that Floyd touched off a final 
stick of dynamite in an effort 
to stop his almost indestructible 
opponent. And he used both 
hands in firing a rapid volley of 
punches that had the “Animal” 
from Far Rockaway wobbling 
and almost ready to fall. 


for 


. 


with 


Permits Examination 


There was jubilation in Pat- 
terson s dressing room and talk 
only of Moore in September 
when Floyd finally permitted 
commission physicia! ex 
amine his “hurt right wrist.” 
He hadn't even mentioned that 
to newsmen. He said later he 
hurt it in the ind but 
it didn't bother much 

Dr. Alexander Schiff discov- 
ered the break He said he 
moved the bone back in posi 
tion, then placed the fourth 
finger in 

“I hope it will stav in 
said Dr. Schiff 
A-Tays at the commission of 
fices Monday. A broken bone 
usually takes six to eight weeks 
to heal. Whether it would be 
& punching hand at that stage 
I don't know. In my opinion, 
it might not be a punching 
hand for three months Pat- 
terson coulda do all of his other 
training, however.” 


is to 


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sixth ro 


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a splint 
place 
“We will take 


Markson Surprised 


Harry Markson, managing 
director the International 
Boxing Club, didn’t even know 
of the injury until informed 
of it by the Associated Press. 
Before leaving Madison Square 
Garden, Markson had relayed 
word from IBC chieftain Jim 
Norris that the club hoped to 
Stage a September Moore-Pat- } 
terson fight in Yankee Sta 
dium for the title, if the New 
York Athletic Commission and 
other boxing bodies would so 
authorize it for the champion- 
ship 

“This- may alter plans 
said Markson “Everything 
will depend on the X-rays 

Patterson proved himself a 
worthy contender for titular 
honors in scoring his 17th 
straight victory and 30th in 31 
fights. He was awarded only a 
split decision but in the opin 
ion of most of the 11.255 who 
paid $66,038 for the nationally 
telecast fight and in the eves 
of 29 of 30 boxing writers 
Floyd passed his big test with 
flying colors 

Judges Harold Barnes (84 
and Bert Grant (7-5) voted for 
Patterson while Referee Harry 
Kessler cast a minority vote 
for the 24-year-old Jackson. 
6-5-1. The Associated Press had 
it for Patterson 8-4. 


oy 


OUT 


Washin gton 
Wins Tennis 


Washington Golf and Coun 
try Club opened its season in 
the Men's Interclub B Tennis 
League yesterday by defeating 
Columbia, 5-2. 
WASHINGTON. 5 
SINGLES—Ted Burwell (Wash.) 
cel). & 2 

(Wash.) deteated Sohn 

n Ld. Gd, “geree 
Tittmann (wee.! r defeated Raddy Rea 

ol.) 1, eter Co Mey 
defeated” Bob Marke (Wash.), 


and Tittmann 
ard an Beard 
O'Hanien an domi- 

, 2 —, (Col. } defeated Marcke 

s we 5. Dick 


COLUMBIA. 2 
_ 


‘ Col. ‘ 
I—5, 
_ = Duress 


Fisher and Dr. Gil Rede 
i—6, J—5. 


fea 
(Col), o—I1 


be- 


Headmaster Spanks 
School Soccer Team 


Reuters 

LAGOS. Nigeria. June 9 
The school was losing, 1-4), 
at half-time in a soccer 
match. On to the field 
strode the headmaster 
with a cane. And he wal- 
loped each of the boys in 
turn, except the goal 
keeper 

Result: Four more 
for the rival school 
and the match lost, 

inere were no 
from the walloped 
and no complaints 
the incident (which 
curred at Jos. a big 
mining center in northern 
Ni being reported 
to the discipline committee 
of the Boys’ Soccer Asso- 
ciation 


Petia’? is 


Junior Olympics 


Five Meet 


Records 


nee 


recol 
terday 


wr 


ire 
> it a 


pics 
sored by Ut! Recreati 
Department and t 
Chamber of Comm 
neker Field. 
About 500 
peted in the meet 
Cartels Pitts of 
Playground set two records. in 
the 100 and 220-yard dashes 
Pitts ran the 100 in 10.2 seconds 
and the 220 in 24.1 seconds in 
the 16-17 year old class 
Vernon Kennedy of Lincoln 
set a 100-yard dash mark in the 
14-15 year old class in 10.3 sec 
onds. Ronald Hampton and An 
tnoony Tardd of Parkview tied 
with 5 foot, lL-inch leap to set 
a broad jump record, and Wood 
row Wilson from Hoover a 
50-yard dash mark of seven 
seconds flat in the 89 year old 


e Jun 
ree at 


youngsters com 


Parkview 


set 


lass 
*layground won the 
division team 

nts. Parkview 
Parkview 


ass titie 


secon 

e 8-15 } 
36'2 
Oly mi 


Was 
won ft 
with 
the 


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Boat Wins 


ANNAPOLIS 


PR. Smith of Annar 


Oh, to the champio! 
Hampton Class in ann 
sage h River Yacht Club Re 

a today on the South Rive! 

Early Bird, owned by R. W 
Spidel of the Annapolis Yacht 
Club was second and Williwaw 
owned oy Jussa Hennighause! 
of the Severn River Saul As 
sociation was third 

Other results 

INTERNATIONAL 1, (the 


euse. Dr Annapelis 
Cheb A) Cehelan 
Brush River Amerita 
>. J. Bergting 
Dr. Walter Lawson, 
Cleb 
CHESAPEAKE 16 
Bair Haven Yacht 


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Brush River - elod 
West River Yacht 


-Herrmanaa. 
Asseciation 
mann 
NATIONAL 
paspiaue Warne 
Opus tl Mike 
Abitibi j Repkine 


ONE 

Fianacan 

Phittios 
Severn 


Annepoli« 
Severn 


Philadelphia Wins! 
Middle Atlantic Team Third 


NEW YORK, June 9 F- 


Philadelphia's first line strength 
was no match for Boston's 
balance and the New England 
Lawn Tennis Association won 
its 13th Sears Cup today, 6-3, 
at Forest Hills. 

Middle States, the defending 
ichampion, pinned its hopes on 
lits No. 1, and 2 players, Mrs 
(Margaret Dupont and Mrs 
‘Bunny Vosters 

Mrs. Dupont and Mrs. Vosters 
accounted for all three vic- 
tories, two singles and one 
doubles match. The rest of the 
squad was blanked 

the consolation round. 
Middle Atlantic took third 
| place with a 5-4 victory over the 
‘Eastern Lawn Tennis Associa- 


ion 

Mrs. Mary Richard and Mrs 
Virginia R. Johnson, Boston's 
No. 5 and 6 players, won three 
matches. between them in 
straight sets including the 
clinching doubles match 

The winners came back from 
a 240 deficit in the ps to 


Bandit Wins 
Redland 
Junior Title 


Ru 
f obul ns 
tors 


Bandit 
in 


Lee surpassed 


. OF the closing 


npet 
f the 
Red! 


show 


.e and 


Hor 
and won 


and Hunt 
yesterday 
Dix 


7 
* al 


the 
Pony 
Junior 


‘a 
th i14-ve 


the 

Wi 
in the saddle 
Grace entry was 
his presence 
tests 

But Bandit 1 ; 
to break into th 
umn with a pia 
junior 


ont oO 


make 
Pal ly 


s10W 
if 


fait 
eit 


Jumpers 
' the tay 


Ha 


in the Hunter 


T hig a) — 
PONT. Tate s 
Ram” 


Dick 
‘ i 


Reaver 
Meleswerth's 


(ind 


Re Gerdn 
Ei NIOR a AcA— Pinecchtie: * 
Lee, 


sere Rardick'’s Reval 
A —= 


Cindy 


; f’ane Pe- 
SUNIOR "HUNTERS OVER FENCES— 
he rher : : 


. 


ni 4 . 
WORKING 
*. Brownie 
Thane-O W ales 
Pretty Penns 
Me eswerth ‘ 


Lite 


la ' 


Gerrell « 
' Nat 
Willew 
Harriet 
Hebb s Match Maker Farbara Beck 
Tiger Queen i. Linda Kardash's Tinker 
Te 

GITTING ~ Bopssmancan <* 4a8 

Mis eth prey Mies Bobbie 
iss Pater Gerreli: 4. Bills 


Tin : 
Vatbeo ' 


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Revee 4 
JTNIOR OFTEN 
Nane, ebeur . 
Peer . 
aa 
tin's Prince 


UMP RS—! 


esa Rabe 
"HARNE Ss ‘ 
Ray Sidtle’s Silver 
barms Chalke; ¢ 


Mar 


Pr rane 
weky 


vt 


Rill: 
WENTER HACK ! 
Lite 4 &. Dalles 


RAND TIT 
‘ 


RESERVE BAMBI 


POINTS 


Sports Cars 
Race Today 
At Marlboro 


MARLBORO 
of BO « 


Md 


have 


UPPER 
\ fleld 


ars 


Cooper-MG's on 
the program alo th races 
for the bigge1 3000 
C. ©. elass 

Fred Win 
the six-hour 
Marlboro in May 
ing a Chevrolet ( 
Bark Henr 


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take the remaining four singles 
and the opening dou 
bles match 

In the singles. 
defeated Mrs 
el 6—4, 6—2 


matches 


Mrs. Richard 
(_haries H. Wetz 
and Mrs. Johnson 
turned back Mrs Edmond 
Thayer, 6—0, 6—2. They com 
bined in the doubles to win 
6—3, 8—6 

Mrs. Dupont defeated Lois 
Felix, 12th-ranked nationally, 
»—/7, 6—2, 6—3. Mrs. Vosters 
contributed a 4—6, 8—6. 6—3 
victory over Mrs. Richard Buck 
and later combined with Mrs 
Dupont to defeat Kay Hubbel] 
and Miss Felix. 6—4, 6—2 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC SUMMARY 
SINGLES—Isabe!l cpecests ( Eastern 
defeated Beimar Gundersen, 6—0. 6—! 
Denna Fierd ‘Middle Atianiie) defeated 
Carmen ampe. 6—4. 6§— nn ray 
(ees matic) defeated Carolyn 
ie : — | Charlotte Decker 
ladle Atlante } defeated Retty Coumbe 
&—?. Mrs. Adrienne Avers (‘Middle 

Gofeated Mrs 
— rs 
iBasters) Aectented Naney 
DOUBLES—Mrs. Leuise Gansenmulier 
and Mre Carrell (Eastern) defeated 
Gandersen and Cor 


orsee. 6—!1,. 6 
and Decker (Middle Aceatie} 
re Maree Mahen and Mrs 
Svmmers 6—?, §— 
Diseo (Pactern) 
Mrs. Ayers, 6—1, 


‘tiantie } 


Cerse 


; 


" Sabaneta 
defeated Flerd 
b—1 


da 
Sth and Eaelid sts 


No. 


Kessler as if to sav. 


win a split decision. 


INP Soundphotos 


These sequence photos show the dramatic effort made 
hy Floyd Patterson as he averted a knockdown in the 
fifth round of his heavyweight fight with Tommy (Hur 
ricane) Jackson in Madison Square Garden Friday nicht. 
l—Patterson heads for floor, puts bands down 
2—He spins on his feet like acrobat. 

. 3—~His left hand supports him. 

4—He shoves his way up, facing Referee Harry 
“It wasn't a knockdown, was it’ 
Kessler ruled no knockdown, Patterson went on 


to 


DONALD DELL. 
developed in the 
Yale beginning next 
an amazing 
25 colleges 38! 
interested in him 
tennis playel 
played six 3 
lost only on in 

His det 
yrader when e 
against Princeton 
Del wnstrated this 
of tennis by de 

top seeded plavers 
bia Invitation tourney, 

MeNait and 
vin the men s sing: 
Mutchler and Sally 
lampions at 
in McLean, 
privately 
available 


fall 


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At 
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came as an 
was 


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of 


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rent « 


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court 
rapidly 
appears 
Edward 
the Mall 


im the Hotchkiss 


Tenni 


Patrons Program 


Free Tennis 
Clinics Listed 


of free tenmis 
ul boys and giris 

the Washington area was 
nounced yesterday DY 
Washington Area Tennis 
tr Foundation Phe 

begins June 18 

boys and giris in the 
Washington area through the 
age of 18 are invited to regis- 
er and participate in the eigni 
program 


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Registrat 
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Locat i ine « 
and starting times 
Elementary Classes 
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10th and Michigan ave. ne 
alternate Taft 


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MONTGOMERY 
Retheeda-Chevy Chase 
Drive Retheeda 

Lene Branch Center 
at Piney Branch 


‘ a 


Score to Get 
Hospital Release 


BALTIMORE June 9 (* 
Herb Score, ace pitcher for the 
Cleveland Indians. will be re 
leased Monday from the hos 
pital where he has been con 
fined since Wednesday with a 
stomach disorder, Dr. Erwin 
Mayer announced today 

Score was taken ill Tuesday 
night while on the sidelines 
during a game against the Bal. 
timore Orioles. Dr. Mayer, the 
Oriole physician, diagnosed his 
trouble as severe inflammation 
of the lower colon. Score will 
rejoin the Indians in Boston 


Todiay’s Events 


AUTO RACING 
Sports Car Reece at erPere ery 
Raceway. Veper Martbere, Md... 1: 
Drag Racine. Old Dominica on 
Manassas Va... If noo 
AMERICAN azasen BASEBALL’ 
Seuthern | pancatand District 


reser at Viers 
Cissell-Sax- 


College ay 
Mille. 2:20 o 

Bethesda-Chevy Cc 
on et Bisir Bigh. 2; 

tion Ae 

Mr Marviand at Gree 

Colmar “Maener rs. "Hy aitevile 
Masruder Park. 2:30, 


vs. 


playing 
Ralph Stewart... 
week 
feating 
the Co- 
Bill Demas, 
Donaid Floyd 


Across lhe Net . 


Ry Bob Alden 


the most promising 
Washington area in a 


¢ tennis carecr at Landon 
1d universities who were 
student and 
Landon 
tennis and 
90 singles matches 


| 


‘ings, 


male tennis 
dex ade. 
cently 

l, chose 


who I 
Schoo 


Dell. 


Don 
eighth- 

No. 2 
he : 


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to 
Mary 


Budlong are cur- 
‘he Farver tennis 
The Farver 
the only 
to the public in the 
expanding McLean area 

Cup lineup this week 
4. Beard of the Municipal Court 

s Club are enthusiasti 


> 


Buddy Bear. 
The Buddy Beard 


about { 
motion to build a 


SIR ROGER 
British Ambassador 
United States, and Lady Ma- 
kins will for t 
public on their 
British Embassy 
June 23. The 
will be for the ber 
English-Spcaking 
Two old 1) ia 
and Mary Hardwick 
featured participant 
exhibition 
tennis fan 
liam Talis 
to include 
one of the 
women 
current 
trated 


MAKINS 


to the 


play tenni e 


nr ie 
’ 


are 


Donna 
nat 
tennis 


ion & 
“far 
of sport 


issue 


SHORT VOLLEYS 
ter Nordlinge 

the Washing 

Patrons Foundati 

of the. area's tor 
decades re 
Wi bee! 


} the pre 7% 


about fo 
Nordiinge: 
strumental] 
make free 
avaliable 

was D Cc 

doubles champion 
as 1920 . Anne 
is conducting 
her annual tennis cla 
sponsored by the Arlir gtol 
County Recreat pal 
ment New 
the Mall Tennis 
Franalin Posey 

Thomas Harve 

dent Mrs 
Barne: Cc 
Lucille 


Doug o 


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1) ilies 


to 

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TT as re 
Marti: 


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if : ia ‘J 


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Flo 


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Sanders 


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PARIS 
known 
defeated Doug 
Fla. 1 
semifina 
golf 


into 


Franco 


ami 
the 
amateur 

and went 
defending cham; 
LaMaze 

Bevione'’s victors 
cold weather completed 
ropean demolition of 
American challenzs 
title 

Earlier today, he had 
ated Gene Andrews of 
Palisades, Calif.. 3 and 1. 
quarterfinals. 

Jack Penrose of Miami. also 
bowed out in the round o! 
eight, losing to 18-year-old Gun 
nar Carlander of Sweden, 1 up 
in 19 holes and Sanders put out 
Col. J. Wilson Johnston of Port 
land, Ore., and Paris. 6 and 4 

Bevione, nine-time champi 

Italy but little known out- 


side his native land. will be a 


elimin 
Pacifis 
in the 


mn 


'distinct underdog in tomorrow's 


LaMaze 
title 


36-hole finals against 
who has won the French 
six times. 

LaMaze has beaten Bevionne 
four times in six previous meet- 
with one match a draw 

LaMaze qualified for the 
final by beating Carlander 2 
and 1, after disposing of Henry 
Bentley of Great Britain, 1 up. 
in the quarterfinal roun 


YANKEES—fFr. P. C-l Jim Bakhtiar Quits 


Cleveland , seeroain 
; Va., Jim — 

Wallops ~ 

Yanks, 15-8 


June 9 WF. 
of 
full 
the ul 


the | me yy 
U ising 
has left 


ia s b iback 
Ms 
and olled 
California 
be back 


ity enr at 
Southern 
ut hel 
has enrol led 
hern Cal 
Session 
a bi 
attend 
schoo! 
Bakhtiar 


' 
non stal 


si) 
other 
who the Far West 
was a high 
Western High 


D. C, 


s at 
il 
% ashington 


FABIUS—fFr. Page (-! 


Fabius Loses 


By 6 Lengths 


a fast course 


A« tney 
1 Neilson 


turned 
had 
in second place whil 
ng hard 


was pusni 


a small advantage 
ne up 
score 
binson 


Draws Even 
At ti 


took 


e top of the stretch 


nd drew even with 
Star. 

a brief tussle. Ricci 

ielivered ft 

blazed past 

Kept well in 


Killing puncn al d 
Fabius although 
hand by Nelson 


Hat 


he 


On the other hand. tac 


CLEVELAND 
a" Hartack's Injury 

bad 

woen 1} ’ } 

slamm<e 


ar.acKk ‘ 


he was 


Learu 
Sky Boy 


were 
Bill's 
w Year 


a. th thy rer anin ~F 
ie tireacening 


an 


we; 
neeting s Diggest crowd 
ecord for betting on a 
the feature. $362.58) 
the eight races 
$2.056.306 
Ricci Tavi, who ran the 
in 1:38, started his 1956 
by winning easily, was 
in the Pimlico Prep and 
ago gave a poor pert: 

In the Kent Stakes here 
ling seventh behind King 

Over a sloppy iracKk 


Pro-Ladies Golf 
Tournev Monday 


SiIngi« 
Wag 
sel a 


ce 

ng on 
new hHign, too 
first 
mri e 
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. { , may become Wimbledon’s first this spring she has triumped in utes Egypt, took the men’s singles 

oul 0 IX Negro champion, defeated nine of nine However, Miss Gibson picked title by subduing Lew Hoad of 

: Louise Brough of Beverly Hills, Miss Brough took charge atup poise and control as the Australia enerally regarded gained the finals of the Lugano. 

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Jarosiay Drobny, aging for) 1 UGANO, Switzerland, June, Chile, 6—3, 1—6, 2—6, 11-9.) _,,, 
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WASHINGTON POST and TIMES:HERALD 


Sunday, June 10, 1956 o9°°s 


Around The Tracks 


Horses and People 


By Walter Haight 


WEIGHT WILL STOP a freight train. That's what they say 
on the backstretch—and it is true, of course. Down through 
the racing years, even the best of thoroughbreds have 
been beaten when asked to carry too much weight. 

But the days of the 140-pounds-and- 
up assignments seem to be passing by 
the boards. One reason is the declara- 
tion of the Nashua handlers that 130 
pounds is the limit for their colt—and 
then there's the reluctance on the 
part of the Swaps people to go above 
that figure with the West Coast star 
However. they have the excuse of 
Swaps’ doubtful underpinning 

Most of the tracks where Nashua 
and Swaps might perform have inti- 
mated the two stars will not be asked 
to tote more than the limit set by their 
handlers 

However, Atlantic City has gone the 
other plants one hetter. Racing Secre- 
tary Jimmy Ross has announced that 
no thoroughbred would be called upon maignt 
to carry more Han 130 pounds in the handicaps at the shore 
track during the meeting opening on Aug. 9 

That means that Nashua and Swaps are assured that they 
can travel light and need have no concern about lug ging too 
* much baggage on visits to the 

Atlantic City track this sea- 


Trot Entries| = 


Ross also has made known 
that the weight spread for 

At Laurel the track's two big races— 
The Atlantic City Handicap 
post TIME. 6:20 P & | and the United Nations Han- 

FIRST RACE—One mile (ing Perse. Gicap, both $100,000 invita- 
FF liorye ana Driver oss, tion affairs — will be from 
R Amat : 130 to 112 pounds The 12 

5-1| highweights, to be announced 

later, will be invited. 

The 130-pound ceiling, 
while it will serve to make 
suspect the bid of horses for 
greatness, will serve a pur 
pose in allowing handlers of 
topflight thoroughbreds to 
make plans well ahead 

When there's the possibi! 
ity of being weighted out of 
a race, those behind a star per- 
Long Shot Daily Double former have waited until the 
GROOM HANOVER and | assignments have been an- 
HOMESTRETCH SANDY nounced, sometimes five days 

” TRIRD RACE—One mile (pace). Purse before action, to make a start- 
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yous J iWat ‘| all be well with Nashua?’ 
Afton Paiback ‘Cra 1s-i| From New York comes word 
FOURTH ‘macs that Nashua will not go in 

Pw Ch the $50,000 Massachusetts 
Handicap at Suffolk Downs 
because “We do not want to 
take the risk of injury to our 
colt by shipping him from 

) New York to Boston.” Per 
Prete ee ; haps I've been right all along 
©. Class AA-A-BB. _| —one winning effort in a fair 
, handicap and Nashua will be 

hustied off to Kentucky for 

breeding And wouldn't a 

New York race be the right 

one for a swan song victory’ 

Remember apprentice 

jockey Eddie Christenson 
The Canadian boy developed 
swiftly at the Charles Town 
, meeting last summer but was 

p SEVENTH Rie Momeweod. For 3- injured in a sloppy-track spill 

pear-olés, _,| at Hagerstown on a day one 

; of the hurricanes went 

through ...At the time. 

Christenson was believed to 

be only slightly injured. How- 
ever, he failed to respond to 
hs — treatment and had to rest 

Sg RACE “one mile after trying a comeback ..., 

: epee (Parton) .... }| He’s shipshape now, appar- 
.* ently At least, he’s riding 
es ; || Winners currently at Water- 

8 Bos Pur ies ' 12-1} ford Park and I understand 

4 ay is-i' he will be at Charles Town 

Best Bet—IRISH ALI (3rd) | for the June 30 opening ) 

’ , Delaware Park's Distaff Big 
DELAWARE ENTRIES Three gets under way next 
1 s up Saturday with the running of 
The Oaks, a 50-grand race for 
3-year-old fillies. .. Favorites 
are walking their beats (or 
rather trotting and pacing) at 
Laurel Raceway with 44 per 
cent winners Molly Mu- 
tuel says, “Still looking for 
Sunday action. Anybody mak- 
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By Jack Walsh 
Stafl Reporter 

| Adios Harry made a stylish 
ishowing at Laurel Raceway 
\despite an unstylish drive be-' 
‘fore 7731. | 
| The harness horse with the! 
fastest time in history went the) 
‘mile in 2:003/5 to win the 
‘second leg of the $10,000 Triple 
Crown, beating Hillsota to the 
‘wire by three-quarters of a) 
length. 

It was only the third fastest | 
mile in Maryland pare i and | 


Hanover Has Five , 
Winners at Laurel, 


Hanover, The Washington 
Post and Times Herald selec- 
tor did some fancy handicap- 
ping at Laurel Raceway last 
night, picking five winners. 
He included some of the 
fianciest prices of the meet- 
ing. 
The list: King Katy, $30.40; 
Peter Elkington, $4.20; Top 
Rosecroft, $41; Adios Harry, 
$3; Rough Time, $19.20. 


Hi-Lo’s Forbes’ 2:00 mile re- 
mains the Laurel and state * 
standard 

Going off at 1 to 2, the tem-; 
permental Adios Harry man- 


In Stockholm, Sweden 
U.S. Horsemen Have Chance 


In Olympic Games This Week 


The equestrian ohase of the 1956 Olympic Games will begin 
in Stockholm, Sweden, today, and Washington horsemen wil] 
have more than passing interest in the events 

rhe Olympic competition will run through June 18 in three 
classifications. the Grand Prix de Dressage, the Prix de Nations 

ping and th grueling Ihree-Day event 

Third in the 195z games in Helsinki, the United States team 
tronwer this vear and Gen, John Tupper Cole. “chef de 
missior is confident that the team will do as well although 
the competition will be sturdier.” 

ream Capt Wiliam Steinkraus, Westport, Conn.; Hugh Wiley, 
Towson, Ma Warren Wofford, Milford, Kan. and Frank 

Chapot of Walpack, N. J.. make up the Jumping team. 

The veteran Maj. Robert J. Borg of The Dalles, Ore. wiil 
ride his exceiler Bill Biddle in the Grand Prix de Dressag, 
with laine Shirley Watt of°* - 

pper Montclair, N. J., serving 

ternate rt th a time of 80.7 sec 
Day team, coached hile Winkler finished in 
compl sed of . om ; 
: seconds At the close of 
jurton, Fort 
G. Staley 
‘ Frank Duffy ilvet ropny as the most oul- 

Sirmingham | and Wil standing rider from a foreign 

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rsemen and women 
teinkraus has ap from 2! ountries are entered 
rse shows in the in Stockholm’s “Little Olympics 
area and the Stein ihe Hirst lime the equestrian 
s well known venis nave deen staged oul- 
nost country for the 

American eques ny™) Lames. Many experts 


voungest ever the move has many ad- 


tition with All 
‘ing under 3 ustraia has pienty on its 
’ nizing the Olympie 
November Stein- 


READY FOR OLYMPICS—William S. ; Games in Stockholm, Sweden, this week . participatis includ- job of it ie P 
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aged to give the chalk players Steinkraus (above) will captain the United (| Steinkraus is shown taking a jump in ine ° os | ae we > iene 
a chill at the end but this time States equestrian { team in the 1956 Olympic Olympic preliminaries. : . of 10 om Of ~ st, hed ‘e — 


it seemed the fault of driver 
Luther Lyons, not the wonder! 


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that driver Earl Avery slipped WEATHER CLOUDY—TRACK FAST 
through on the inside and got rinstT RACE—One mile (pace). Purse $890 Class c 
the lead with Hillsota Ving Matherine be Morris OS taal” aiane h-an 
Lyons, son of owner J. How- | Str. Fin 
ard Lyons, got his terrific pacer joe pemwe 4 D. 
straightened out in time to hit fsa Hanon, 
the wire in front 
Third was Wilmington’s 
Star, handled by Eddie Taylor 
Chuck Vold and Philip Scott tATY, $20.40 99.20. 68 JOR BOxWwooD 
brought up the five-horse field. ™ 0. ‘OAMBLE'S BOY. 84 00 
A dios Harrv paid $3 $2 60 md face GEC a. m e tro A purse. 
and $2.60. Hillsota, owned by %*°¢—"hode Return by Due Ret n 
Mrs. Alice V. Miller, returned a2'" Lene} ; . ara 
$3.20 and $2.80 and Wilming- /Pker¢ bik sMyer } 2 3% 3 70 | Ga: Beams Ha) 
ton’s Star $3.40 2 % 4 ; 
At the start, Adios Harry j 
went way wide from the No 4 
4 slot, and Hillsota and Wil- ys... stride lent. Gniendinent 
mington's Star ied going into ac. ¢ $2 4 LORD ELKINGTON 
oe backstretch Adios Harry TOP | Rosttre rT 
made a fast move to grab the 7 
lead at that point sg DAILY DOUBLE (1-7) PAID $206.00 
He kept it until that weird _ THIRD RACE—One mile (trot). Purse. $800. Off at 9 
maneuver when he lost the rail Soenecr ty Beene 4; by Worth? Bor—-Jos 
spot. Sad thing is he could have 
cracked the track and state 
record if he hadn't had a Sun. 
day driver on Saturday night. 


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Parade to Follow 
Blessing of Boats 


By Peggy Reynolds 
“Oh Lord, Thy sea is 
And my 
—Pisherman s 
OVER THE GLOBE the boatman, dependent upon na 
whim for life and livelihood, welcomes a hand at the 
from his Ultimate Pilot 
Since St. Peter, Christians who follow the sea have been @ 
pious lot. Rare is the Catholic sailor who 
does not wear the medal of his patron Saint 
‘resh or salt wate for all persons, 16 to 65. Christopher. Sailors of other creeds have 
Massachusetts is now considering’ the li- ‘ i See their own ways of expressing faith in their 
censing of anglers and fishing boats. Vir- ' 5 vy a ec he 
Stonaien Federation also is weighing Ps. oo Tite iaies indie beats of ow Bae 
in the other 21 states bordering on tide. land and on the tuna vessels of California, 
teas ak aston ee Tee tenes the Portuguese have installed their shrines 
since the beginning of time in Gieaie Saw. 
On the Gulf Coast, modern. descendants 


of Old World seafarers have kept alive the 
annual Fisherman's Mass, a community 


Might Multiply Bureaucrats 


Salt Water Fee 
Could Be ‘Grab’ 


By Don Carpenter 

THE QUESTION of whether salt water anglers should pay 
a license fee is being argued now. It is my opinion that the 
dreamers who want to protect the gamey striped bass have 
not considered ALL the consequences of such a conservation 
measure. It might well be just another duck 

Stamp grab 
California has for years sold licenses to 


catch stripers. Now Alabama has a statute 
to require a fishing license to angle in both 


omarit vrcat Outd 


1956 


SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 


sO ar eat 


boat is so emall...” 


Prayer 
ture’s 
helm 


Carpenter 


WHAT STARTED this ball rolling was the legitimate in- 
terest of sportsmen in saving the rockfish from extinction.. It 
is a fact that commercial netting of spawning rock has seri- 

’ . . ne . ; , lees) 
rary Rng pte the striper clan. Salt water advocates hoped : — ‘ ay ey yop Be nny ho arent 
that the fee morey would pay ge s : . ;' 
for protecting their favorite « spent — for striped | | 47 ta th Springs Fla. the Greek Orthodox ceremony 

4 ass rotection . 8, ia., ri +) : ) 
coped ee eee aoe ’ ~--- blessing the sponge fleet is one of the most colorful and best- 
- . - 1 ‘ar to ul orth, each 
“ the money known of religious maritime events. Far to the n 
- og - fin in. Dd spring the Gloucester fishing fleet is blessed in a widely- 


Reynolds 


WATER 


spent for that purpose”? 

Duck stamps sold to hu nt- 
ers of waterfowl were sup- 
posed to pay for raising more 
cucks and give better protec- 
tion to waterfowl! in general 
Beginning in 1934, sportsmen 
gladiy harded over the extra 
buck for this stamp. Then. 
in 1949, the price was .raised 
to $2. with no noticeable in- 
crease in ducks or duck pro- 
tection What really hap- 
pened to the money”? Most of 
it was channeled into wildlife 
administration 
DO I remember the 
farrous surplus that Mary- 
land anglers built up with 
their license fees, to buy and 
raise more game fish for state 
waters. This $75,000 surplus 
was* diverted to 
General Fund, without any 
benefit to those who had 
hopefully paid the cash 

These are 
reasons why I oppose a salt 
water license. In my opinion 
the money would mainly go 
to build a empire for a 
;ureau rat and would be 
about as useful aS an extra 
tail on a cow 

Research is a vital and nec- 
essary means of* learning 
more about the striped bass. 
But protection is more im- 
portant at this time. A well- 
prote cted species of fish will 
Survive. So far there has 
been no promise that this 
proposed tax money would 


WELL 


the State 
just a couple of 


new 


The Naturalist 


Sportsman” of Boston, Mass.. 


has gon on record editorially 


es favoring the salt water li- 
cense. The magazine antici- 
pates some anglers objection 
that such a fee .will drive 
away the sportsman’s busi- 
and that “the new Ala- 
bama law as now written, is 
not ideal.” 

Laws without teeth 
ittle use. For instance, Mary- 
land has a law that forbids 
power-hauling of a seine by 
two boats, or seining after 
dark, and Maryland has ward- 
ens to enforce the law. But, 
somehow, the wardens are 
aiways busy someplace else 
when a drizzling northeaster 
blows in on Eastern Bay and 
the tide is right to make a 
night-haul with two boats 

| have watched this happen 
many times without any in- 
terference by law enforce- 
rent officers 


ness, 


are of 


ITS A SAFE BET the 
ame thing will happen when 
we pay a tax to fish in salt 
water. One thing is certain: 
there will be plenty of ward 
ens out to check the licenses 
of Joe Piow and his kids 
when tney try to catch a 
ness of fish on the Bay. It i 
easier, and safer. to catch a 
citizen in daytime than risk 
a shotgun biast from a pirate 
netter who flouts the law at 
night 

i am “from Missouri.” |! 
wlll have to be shown what 
is. really im it for the sports- 
man, before I will ever favor 
Lnotiner tax on the “free” 
waters of Chesapeake Bay 
and its tributaries. 


30 Species Victimized 
By Parasitie Cowbirds 


By Irston R. Barnes 


Presiden Aw Society 
ONE SIGNAL 


as foster parents 
Dr. Herbert 


assures that few ct w) 

Five fact 
to Dr. Friedmann 
tricial species, that Is 
must be cared for in the 
ready 
would never 


ors CU 


s study 


raise 


SECOND, the host's eggs 
should not be appreciably 
larger than the cowbird's 
eggs; if then the ad- 
vantage is with the cowbird, 
for its egg will be assured of 
ample warmth 

Third, the feeding pattern 
should be normal for the song 
birds. The parent should re- 
spond to the 1 fted head and 
open mouth by placing suit- 
able food within the bird's 
throat. The feeding habits of 
the hummingbird or the 
mourning dove would pre- 
vent either of these birds 
from raising a young cow- 
bird. 

Fourth, the normal food of 
the foster parent would have 
to be suitable for the young 
cowbird. The fish of the 
kingfisher and the flesh of 
the shrike would make these 
birds doubtful foster parents 

Fifth. cowbirds seem to 
prefer open nests. Although 
they do commonly parasitize 
the ovenbird and the prothon- 
otary warbler, they do not 
in general impose on the 
woodpeckers, chickadees and 
titmice 


mt . 
smaiier, 


COWBIRDS find most of 
their victims among the fly- 
catchers. the vireos, the war- 
blers. and the finches; in the 
northeast, most commonly 
the red-eyed vireo, redstart, 
yellow warbler, chipping 
sparrow and song sparrow. 

These birds are among the 
most abundant of those that 
satisfy the cowbird’s require- 
ments for adoption. There is 
no doubt that cowbird para- 
sitism limits the numbers of 
these birds that are raised 
each year. Yet each of these 
victims is an extremely com- 
mon bird: their survival is not 
threatened. 


OTHER common victims 
include the yellow-throated 
vireo, ovenbird, yellow-throat, 
indigo bunting, phoebe, wood 
thrush, veery, towhee, and 
field sparrow. Many of these 
build well concealed nests, 
especially the ovenbird. The 
cowbird apparently discovers 
their location by following or 
observing the prospective vic- 
tim 


Since birds keep a close 
watch of their nests, the cow- 
bird is often discovered in 
the act. A large bird, such as 
a thrush, a kingbird or an 


factor in the 
social parasite is its practice of using many different 


the Dist ct of c mbisa 
cowbird as a 


birds 


success of the 


Friedmann of the National Museum has found 
that some 80 species of birds serve commonly as victims 
ird @ggs will not land 
mbdDine to make a victim available 
The foster 
is young 
‘ nest 
to follow the parent a few 
a cowbird. 


This 
in some nest 
according 
parents must be an al 
must be born helpless and 
A Kilideer, whose young are 
moments after they hatch, 


oriole may be successful in 
driving the intruder away 
Smaller victims can do little 
to deter her from settling 
and ieaving the egg 


THE VICTIMS ‘react dif- 
ferently. If the cowbird’s egg 
is the first to be laid. the bird 
may be so disturbed that it 
will desert the nest. If the 
owner has already laid some 
of its eggs, most victims ac- 
cept the foreign egg and in- 
cubate it. The yellow. 
breasted chat. on the other 
hand, is so easily induced to 
desert that either the pres- 
ence of the cowbird’s egg or 
other evidence that the cow- 
bird has been there may in- 
duce it to give up the nest 

Robins almost invariably 
dispose of any cowbird 
thrust upon them. Appareht- 
ly, they.recognize the diffe: 
ence in color, and the egg is 
tnrown out. Catbirds like- 
Wise remove the cowbird’s 
eggs, seemingly recognizing 
differences in both size and 
colo! 


og 
ChE 


WHEN the young cowbird 
hatches out, the foster parent 
responds to its food pleas as 
to those of its own young. It 
does not seem to be disturbed 
that its own young are killed 
or thrown out of the nest. It 
cares for the oversized adopt- 
ed young as dutifully as it 
would have cared for its own. 


eMPLOYMENT 


. 


When the bluefish started biting off Chincoteague, last 
week, these dairymen from Hampstead, Md. were there. 


Admiring their catch are (from left): 
Wheeler and Kenny Rhoten. Raymond Armacost 


Southeast of Chincoteague 


Jay 


Jimmy Armacost, 


By Bob Burchette 
EPICUREAN 
delighted at the news from 
Chincoteague, Va. this week. 
The bluefish are back! 
A few ves- 


anglers are 


from 
the Island 
last Sunday 
found the 
schools in 
ion 
about 32 
nours southe- 
east of Chin- 
coteague 

Monday 
dawned with 
us aboard 
the “Ronnie 
Madge” heading out past 
the grazing wild ponies on 
Assateagu Island. Board- 
ing at the Chincoteague 
Yacht and Sportsmen's Club 
were: Jay Wheeler, Ray- 
Armacost, Kenny Rhoten, 
Jimmy Armacost and this re- 
porter. 

My shipmates were all 
dairy farmers from Hamp- 
stead, Md. They had persu- 
aded their wives to attend 
the cows for the day with 
the promise of baked blue- 
ish to vary the menu. This 
promise having been made 
good, no doubt the men will 
get away with greater ease 
next time 


sels 


Ss @s & 


Burchette 


—_—_—— 


RONNIE MADGE 
e first boat out and af- 
hours running time, 
Arthur “Hipshot” Birch 
started searching the water 
for signs of the blue 

The signs of feeding blue- 
fish might be: birds feeding 
on the floating scraps bean 
the biuefish table, an oily 
slick from well chomped 
menhaden. or: the fish them- 
selves, swirling the surface 
in chase of baitfis 

No signs marked the sur- 
face of the giant swells: al.- 
though four “Mother Carey's 
Chickens” perched on a float- 


THE 
Was tr 
ter 3 


Foursome Boats 


91 Bluefish 


NINETY-ONE bluefish. from 
three to 7% pounds each. 
were boated off Chincoteague 
last Wednesday by this party 
of four: Wyatt Dawson, Cap- 
tain Dale Larsen. William 
schrieber and Arthur Molle 
Dawson used his own lure. the 
“pand Eel,” with a blue pork 
rind streamer 

THE EUGENE ALBERTS 
caught 30 hardheads fishing 
from a boat off Point Lookout 
last Sunday. The following 
day Virgil Jones and Baldie 
Baldasse caught 25 croakers 
and a large trout. 


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THE CHINC OT EAGUE 
Yacht & Sportsmen's Club 
has been purchased by Rec. 
reation Properties, Inc., of 
Baltimore, Md. Adrian Darby 
will continue as manager. He 
books 10 vessels at the club 
piers and can arrange for ad- 
ditional bookings on the 
island. His telephone number 
is Edgewater 6-8945. 


ing 2x4 and scanned the 
area with patient eyes 

WE STARTED trolling 
blind, hoping to find the 
nomads and bring them to 
surface. It was another boat 
that found them, however, 
a few miles farther up the 
CO3SBL. 

The news, crackling over 
the radiv, started all the 
boats to action. Scattered as 
we were, there were no 
other craft in sight of us 
Soon, how*ver, we were 10 
or 12 in a fleet. 

“The Nelson” with Gene 
Jester at the wheel, Sam Tay- 
lor or the “Bob Joe,” Harold, 
Fish with his 
joined forces with Terry Chi- 
rex on the “Amazon”. Dutch 
Jester on the “Rolie Lee’ and 
Walter Hancock with his 
‘Thomas Lee,” carried a split 
party of Washingtonians 
from the Hearn Co., on their 
annual ouling 


FOR ABOUT an hour the 
bluefish tore into every kind 
iure offered them 

they seemed to 

yellow-tailed jigs, 

attacked with equal 
one of Wyatt Dawson's 
ures, which I tied 
noting them dis- 
sand eels on the 


vigor 
Sand Lel 
on, after 
gorgZging 
deck 


Finally, with all. the troll- 


“Barbara Fay” 


felt well repaid. 


By Bod Burchette. Staff Photographer 


(right) is pictured at the exact instant he hooked a biue. 
The dairymen’s wives, who did the milking that day, 


ing activity right through the 
the school, they sounded and 
put an end to a good day's 
fishing. If only a few boats 
had circled the bunch, taking 
their fish off the edges, the 
sport could have continued 
much longer. But as it was, 
everyone got fish 
FISH now schooled 
oteague are the mid- 
dle-sized blues running from 

to 6 pounds. The larger 
classes begin in July. 
Last year the blues hung 
around for the entire sum- 
mer and were chased off 
only by storms which hit the 
coast late in the season. 

Hipshot Birch noted one 
unusual thing: “The blues 
beat the birds here this 
time.” Usually the birds circle, 
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7 


. Comparisons 


Leave Gaps 


By J. A. Livingston 


MOSCOW, Jun 9.—The quick- 
er an American in the Soviet 
Union forgets the dollar, the 
better off he is. It's useless. 
baffling, and a 
chore to trans- 
late ruble val- 

4 every time 

purchase a 
al in a res- 
aurant, buy a 
Yar of choco- 
ate, make a 
#lephone call, 
Or mail a let- 
ter. Price 
" seales and val- 
ue scales in 
the two countries 
nents apart. 

To make a telephone call 
America, you drop a dime in 
the slot in most large cities. In 
a hotel, the tariff will be upped 
‘by courtesy of the management 
to 15 cents for service. In Mos 
cow, pay phones, which are han 
dily spotted in booths along the 
streets, nick you 15 kopecks for 
a local call. At the official rate 
of exchange of four rubles for 
the dollar, that doesn’t make 
the Bell Telephone System look 
good. It comes to 3% cents 
And calls from hotels, within 
the Moscow city limits. are free 
Ponder that, Conrad Hilton! 

A postage stamp for a letter 
within the Soviet Union is 40 
kopecks, or 10 cents: for air 
mail, one ruble (25 cents): an 
for overseas airmail, one ruble 
40 kopecks (35 cents In the 
United States. a letter. as every 
one knows, requires a 3-cent 
stamp, an airmail ietter 
6 cents, and airmail 
15 cents 


a” 
Livingston 


are conti 


rrat« 


overseas 


Manpower Pilentiful 


To 
price well 
in mind that manpower is mor! 
plentiful than materiais and 
machinery It is still an econo 
my of scarcity Housing 
scarce. because construct 
during the war was held up 
because of great destrus 
Repairs are necessary every 
where—to buildings, roads and 
streets. There much 
do 

But bear also mind t 
the ruble doesn't mean as mach 
to a Soviet citizen as to an 
American traveler who prices 
rubles at four for the dollar. A 
Russian worker will get from 
600 to 1000 rubles a month: 750 
would not be a bad inte 
diate figure. though are 
patricians among workers even 
as in the United States. At the 
steel works in Rustavi., the 
Republic of Georgia, operators 
of rolling mills get as much as 
2000 rubles per month. Anywa' 
with 750 ru per month to 
budget, as against the Ameri 
can workers $350. say. a Rus 
sian can be about as free with 
his rubles as an American 
worker with half dollars. \ 
price of 74.rubles for a fair- 
guality cotton shirt would be 
one-tenth of a month's salary 
But it’s not so prohibitive to a 
Russian as its dollar equival- 
ent, or even an $18.50 shirt 
would be to an American. 


comprehend the Soviet 


system its to 


e 


is 
She 
and 


> rT) 


i? : 
i> BLali LU 


\, af 


" 


me 


there 


hles 


> 


Difference in Rents 


Rent makes an important di! 
ference. An American worke! 
will easily pay 20 to 30 per cet 
of his income for rent or inter 
est and amortization of h 
mortgage, plus taxes and uti 
ties. A Russian worker may 
by for as little 5 
cent. The 
cramped, 


as 3 to D pe! 
nmodations a! 
mechanical equip 
ment in kitchens rare, and 
communal sharing of kitchen 
and bathroom facilities is still 
general. That's a privation the 
five-vear plans aim to correct 
Finally. a low-cost 
item. Doctors’ services are free 
and the prices of medicines are 
low 

Consequently, p 
clothing, food. vodka 
A restaurant, ice cream (which 
excelient | dont cause 
Russian to shout in 
_dismay, “How can. anyone al 
ford that’” It's the rich Amer 
jean tourist who blanches at his 
restaurant check Yet. on 
‘travel coupons, meals are inex- 
pensive lo the American 
the prices are all new; to 
Russians, the pi represent 
gradual! improvement in thei 
standard of living. Prices have 
come down whnats more 
stores are richer with Nar 
dise— glassw are, cosn 

trical appliances, clothing, ny- 
lon stockings (the Russians cal! 
them kaprons). But most meat 
and dairy products are 
short, especially at winter's end 
and the very late spring's begin- 
ning 


acco! 


is 


health i> 


rices for 


dining in 
18 ere 
the average 


iCes 


ari 
mere 


le liCcs, 


still 


Clothes Compared 


I was shown around the made 
toorder, “fashion” department 
of-GUM, government depart 
ment store, here Che director 
peinted out a woman's winter 
coat, priced at 1500 rubles. The 
material, which I was assured 
Was “pure wodoi,” cost 1000 
rubles, the workmanship, 500 
Again, in a man’s made-to-order 
suit, the material came to 1200 
rubles, the needle, 600. In the 
United States, where services 
come high because of the high 
price of labor, the relationship 
would be just the opposite 
Thus, a haircut here costs about 
a ruble and a half, or less than 
40 cents. Stack that up against 
the $1.25 to $1.50 tariff in large 
American cities—ahd with tip 
to come. 

The Soviet price structure is 
designed to curtail consumption 
of luxuries anc near-luxuries 
A bar of chocolate at the airport 
at Sukhumi on the Black Sea 
(my plane en route from Tbilisi 
to Kharkov set down there) 
stripped me of ll rubles. It was 
the size of an ordinary Hershey 
Bar, weighej 80 grams, or just 
under three ounces. A kilo- 
gram of stewing beef 
'. pounds) recenthy cost 15.50 
*<*Fubles, or 7* rubles ($1.8742) 
per pound. a cucumber—fresh 
vegetables have been quite 
~“gearce—might come to 6 rubles, 


- Dollar. Ruble 


in 


bear’ 


tne i 


-c- legislative 


(2.2) 


Times Bersid 


The Washinaton 


post 


SUNDAY, 


JUNE 10, 


usiness 


1956 


C10 


Washington Success Story 


Stephens Dairy Empire 


Sales Gained 700% 
Since Introduction 
Of Gallon Milk Jug 


By Harold M. Willard 
Stafl Reporter 

In 23 years, C. Y. Stephens 
has parliawed $1800 borrowed 
capital and “a good credit rep- 
utation” into a dairy empire 
whose most notable symbol is 
a jug of milk. 

The jug of milk represents a 
business that sells more than 
$25 million worth of products 
a year. It has operations in 
five states and the District. 

Cy” or “Steve” Stephens 
(the names the initials C. Y. 
stand for are secret) presides 
over this creamy enterprise 
from the presidential chair in 
a somewhat less than auspi- 
cious office at High's Dairy 
Products Corp. at 1615 Ist 
st. ew 

The jug is one reason why 
Stephens is planning to build 
an extension on his present 
building and move into a new 
offvwe. In April, 1955, Stephens 
began selling milk in the Dis 
tric:t in gallon jugs. In a year, 
he said. his District milk vol- 
ume increased 700 per cent. 

Another reason: he has a 
$2000 painting and no place 
te nang it 

mong other reasons: 

Seventy-nine High's 
mn the District area with 12 
nore due to open soon Ste- 
phens expects to have between 
40 and 60 more within two 
years He also has an ice 
ream plant at 1326 Half st. se 
righty-seven Highs stores 
in the Baltimore area; 36 In the 
Norfolk Va area: 34 in the 
Richmond. Va. area; 19 in 
Roanoke, Lynchburg and Lex- 
ington, Va 

And, Kays 


sfores 


‘ 


Ice Cream Co 
which has 23 stores and 500 
wholesale outlets in Chatta 
nooga. Tenn., and 19 stores and 
400 wholesale outlets in Knox- 
ville. Tenn.: the Automatic Ice 
Cream Co. with 275 vending 
machines in Nashville, Tenn 
High‘s Ice Cream Novelties Co 
n Memphis, Tenn. where 
Stephens makes eskimo pies 
newlyweds and other ice cream 
sroducts on a wholesale jobber 
basis for other businesses. 


By-Products Plants 


Then there are the Stephens 
dairy by-products processing 
plants for butter, condensed 
milk. dried milk, etc., in Union 
City, Ohio, and Centerville, 
Madison. Liberty and Shelby- 
ville, Ind The Union 
plant. Stephens says, is one of 
the largest milk processing 
piants in the United States. “It 
ean make 50,000 pounds of but 
ter in 18 hours and two train 
carloads of dried milk in a 
jay.” he said 

Stephens was born in Ball 
Ground. Ga.. where the Chero- 
kee Indians used to hold their 
wnual ball games. He is % 
Cherokee and learned the In 
jain language from his grand 
ther He graduated from 
lowa State College in Dairy 

‘ience in 1925 and has dealt 
with cews and their products 
since. His first job was 
f the Farmers Co 
Plant Mar- 
where he met 
He married 


n 


ver 
manager 
ecerative Milk 
shaltown. lowa 
Mary Anne Marsh 
her in 193] 
Before Stephens started the 
High's dairy busuress with L 
W. High in Washington in May, 
1933. he worked for the Pet 


e 
{) 


in 
aii 


U). S. Chamber 


City | 


Cc 


Mlik Co. in St. Louis. He moved 
here in 1934 and used the Dis 
trict as a base of operations to 
expand his business. He bought 
out High in 194! 

Banks Closed in 1933 


The $1800 he had to start 
business with in 1933 was bo! 
rowed from a friend, but Steph 
ens also had some Government 
bonds loaned to him by his 
father for use as collateral 

“T used them to get a loan 
approved at a bank but before 
I could_get the money Roose- 
velt closed the banks.” he said 
‘I kept the bonds about two 
years and when I needed credit 
I just showed them to people 
and ended up gétting lots more 
than the bonds were worth 
Then I gave them back to Dad 

Stephens said that his “whole 
aim in business” is expressed 
by his slogan “Sell a better 
product for less money. 

He deals exclusively with his 
own retail stores and has no 
milk routes 

All the milk for his District 
sales comes from the Capito! 
Milk Producers Association 
Inc., a farmer's cooperative. All 
the dairy farms are in Mary- 
land and Virginia. Stephens 
said he “pays farmers more 
milk than any other buyet 

He and his family live on a 
700-acre farm northwest ol 
Laurel, Md., and raise 
and dairy cows but 
the cows. “I sell them to otnel!l 
farmers.” Stephens said 

The Stephens have seven ¢ 
dren ranging in age from 
6 


; 7 
LO! 


sneect 


dot | TLL A 


hil 


‘Oo ¢ 


iO Lv 
a large family 


“TIT came from 
' Stephens 


11 children 
So I wanted a one 
first adopted a girl and 

bovs and then a son of our own 
was born Then we adopted 
another girl and my wife gave 
birth to another son. I wanted 


; 
iarTrge 


Says Congress 


Keeps Government in Trade 


Internationa 
The United States Chamber 
f Commerce accused Congress 
vesterday of “virtually block 
efforts to end Government 
competition with business 
The Chamber said this situa 
brought about Dv a 
requirement __ that 
Defense Department clear 
the termination of its business- 
type activities with the House 
and serrate Appropriations 
( ommittees 
Testifying for elimination of 
requirement before the 
Senate Appropriations Commit 
Chamber spokesman Jo 
Hall predicted “the De- 
fense Department's efforts to 
halt activities which compete 
with private business would be 
severely hampered” if the re- 
quirement were left in the new 
defense appropriations bill 
He added that “events have 
proyed this view correct.” 
Hall, president of Kroger Co 


ing 
ks 


tion was 


the 


the 


tee 


seph B 


Money Wanted 


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west of Connecticut Ave: and 2 
blocks from Mayflower Hotel. 
Write to Box M-195, The Wash- 
Post. 


News Service 

of Cincinnati, Ohio 
group that out of a total of 2621 
business-type activities con- 
ducted by the military depart 
ments, only 103 have been te! 
minated 


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told 


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Allied Chemical Aide 

Frank W. has Yetired 
as Manager ior 
National Aniline of 
Allied Chemical & Dye Cor 
Arthur T. Schramm has been 
appointed to succeed him 

Schramm has been associated 
with National Aniline since 
1936 and has been at divisional 
offices in New York since De 
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years. 


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Over Fares 


| The big United States air- 
lines are about to stand trial 
for the first time in 18 years 


: 


| The question: Are the major 
|\domestic passenger lines goug- 
ing the public by charging ex- 
cessive fares? 

| A guilty verdict, besides 
bringing down fares, could 
usher in a new era of com- 
mercial aviation by forcing the 


Civil Aeronautic Board to open 
the sky to new competition. 
The CAB, a powerful five- 
man Federal agency which 
rules commercial aviation, last 
month announced it would in- 
vestigate passenger fares 


tic airlines. The investigation, 
the CAB said, was promted by 
the high profits airlines made 
in 1955 

In the upcoming court of in- 
quiry, the CAB will sit as a 
combination prosecutor, judge 
and jury while the Air Trans- 
port Association will do much 
of the defending for the air- 
lines. The 13 airlines to be in- 
vestigated are members of the 
association, an active trade or- 
ganization. But the decision 
likely to count the most will be 
the one Congress makes from 


“outside the CAB hearing room. 


By Bob Burchette, Staff Photographer 


Y. STEPHENS 
... Gevernment Bonds Helped Credit 


another girl so we adopted one 
the same age as our youngest 
son. That makes seven, a nice 
family 


Daughter Graduating 


The eldest child, Barbara 
graduates from Laurel High 
School this week and plans to 
attend lowa State College next 
fall 

One of the adopted boys, 15 
year-old Pat. “says he is going 
to lowa State and then join me 
in the business,” Stephens said 
He's the only one so far to 
show any interest in dairying,” 
he said 

The Stephens family has 
lived on the farm since 1940 
Stephens commutes to work by 
car 

About a quarter of the acre- 
age wooded and Stephens 
has three horses for his chil- 
dren to ride. He also has a 
stone quarry which is operated 
by the Arundel Corp. of Bal- 
timore on a royalty lease. 

“It’s like having a gold mine 
in your @ack yard,” Stephens 
said with satisfaction 

Stephens’ main interest, out 
side the dairy business and his 
$2000 painting purchased in 
Chicago aft indecisive 

is the 


is 


Pr seven 


summer! 
and cails 
equipped 
rid He ran it him 
for five years ana now has 
eased it to the.drama depart 
University. 
planning a 


foundation 


best 

»s£ | 
ment of Catholic 
stepnens 
college scholarship 
he administered by an im 
for students of 
He said 


puting to 


, 
AisSoO . 


to 
partial group 
all creeds and colors 
he has been contri 
a number college 
ships 

This 
ambition 
just accumulating things. 


; 
scnoial 


good 


Southern Co. 
Expansion Set 

At $700 Million 

June 9 ? 


evetem will 
wile 


MERIDIAN. Miss 
The Southern Co 
than million 


spend more 


in the next six years to keep up 
lemands of 
area, E. A. Yates, 


told stockhold.- 


with electric 


state 


po yer ¢ 
ts four 
hoard chairman 
ars 
The Southern Co. is a holding 
Power 

Mis- 


Gulf 


company for Georgia 
Co.. Alabama Power Co 
sissippi Power Co., and 


(Florida 


that 


Power Co 

Yates said 
years Southerp Co. has been in 
system has dou 
bled in size and the four com- 
panies have spent more than 
$600 million for enlarging pow- 
er facilities. 


in the eight 


existence the 


SAVE WITH SAFETY 


Some Urge Changes 


Some of the lawm kers like 
Sen. John J. Sparkman (D-Ala.), 
chairman of the Senate Small 
Business Committee, and Rep 
Emanuel Celler (D- N. Y.,). 
chairman of the House Judici. 
ary Committee, already have 
urged changes in aviation pol- 
icy. Other Congressmen will not 
make up their minds until after 
the CAB investigation 

Congress could demand 
change in CAB policies and, if 
that failed, could amend 
Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938 
The act prescribes conditions 
for issuing flying certificates 
and setting fares 

Sparkman said, “Certainly 
there is room under the law to 
establish additional trunk lines 
Phere is definitely need for 
more competition.” Sparkman 
added that the trouble t 
the Crvil Aeronautics Act itself. 
but how the CAB has been ad- 
ministering it. 

Celler said, too, that more 
competition was essential. “I 
don't believe the CAB has been 
abiding by the antitrust laws 
They have been more or less 
rubber stamping everything the 
Air Transport Association has 
proposed.” 
| Just what is the situation re- 
garding airline profits and com- 
petition? 

CAB figures show that the 
airline business is booming 
Profits after taxes for the in- 
dustry as a whole averaged 11.8 
per cent in 1955. The CAB con- 


1s 


charged by the 13 main domes-| 


’ 


' 


_|Faeing Trial 


: 


: 


D. J. Callahan Jr. 
President 


New officers of the District 


Bankers Association, as elected vesterday 


at the annual convention in 


Frank A. Gunther 
First Vice President 


of Columbia Va. Albert 


Hot Springs, 


Warren R. Forster 
Second Vice President 
s. 
forty-fourth consecutive term as treasurer, 
although ill health kept him away. 


Albert 5. Gatley 
Treasurer 


Gatley was elected to his 


Callahan Elected Head 


Oliver Goodman 
Financial Editor 


HOT SPRINGS, Va., June 8 
Daniel J. Callahan Jr. of Riggs 
National Bank was e-**e4 to 
day to president of Gee istrict 
Bankers Association, succeed 
ing W. Hiles Pardoe of Nationa! 
Savings & Trust Co 

Frank A. Gunther of the Se 
curity Bank was elected first 
vice president and Warren R 
Forster of Munsey Trust Co 
was made second vice president 

Albert S. Gatley of Lincoin 
National Bank was elected to 
his 44th consecutive term as 
treasurer and Eldrige D. Ken 
drick was reappointed secretary 
for his 14th term 

The only formal talk of the 
concluding convention session 


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‘at the Homestead was made by 


Fred F. Florence, president of 
the American Bankers Associa 
tion. He said that the business 
outlook currently is dominate 
by strong cross-currents 

Sound and enlightened eco 
nomic leadership, Florence said 
is needed from both business 
and Government leaders. In 
the present readjustment situa 
tion, he continued, certain lines 
are enjoying unprecedented 
prosperity, some are operating 
on a normal basis, while stil! 
others are faced with 
curtailment 


Moderate Policy Needed 


“Our leaders in business and 
industry, labor and finance,’ he 
said. “have a responsibility to 
follow moderate and well tem 
pered policies which contribute 
to economic stability and pro 
mote sound and rewarding 
growth 

“This calls for a high order 
of statesmanship in restraint 
and, particularly so, with re 
spect to those lines in which 
resources are being pressed.” 

Florence pointed out that 
leaders in lines which are un 
dergoing readjustment cur 
rently face a different kind of 
test. “Jn automobiles, for ex 


s0me 


for a three-year term. In 
pest, Banderson succeeds 
west 7. Bisselic, president 
ae@as National Bank 

Thomas J. Groom, president 
of Bank of Commerce. was 
elected a member of the A. RB 
4. nominating committee. and 
Bisselle was named an alter 
nate member 

\. Scott Offutt, president of 
Anacostia National Bank. was 
chosen a member of the nom 
inating committee for election 
of directors of the Federal Re. 
serve Bank of Richmond 


of 


Garrett Commends Bankers 


The Bankers Association re. 
ceived a telegram from George 
4. Garrett, president of the 
Federal City Council in Wash 
ington, congratulating the 
bankers’ stand on relocation of 
Federal agencies. The bankers 
adopted a resolution urging 
logical procedure on any plans 
for removal of Government 
agencies 

Carrett wired 
eral City Council] 
that all per organiza 
tions interested District 
welfare should work tirelessly 
until the al pat 
tern for Federal 


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and 

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agencies achieved 
Fifty-one-year-old Callahan 
president of ' Dis 
Bankers Association. is « 
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He rose through the ranks and 
received his first official title 
in 1931 when he was 
assistant cashier. In 1940 
was elected an assistant vice 
president and in 1945 he was 
elevated to vice president. On 
Dec. 13, 1955, he was elected 
a senior vice president and 
secretary of the board 

Among Callahan's other ac 
tivities, he has served as su 
preme treasurer of the Knights 
of Columbus and is a director 
of the following: Merrick Rovs 


he 


siders 8 per cent a fair profit ample, the test of leadership is Camp, Catholic Charities. Gov. 


when figuring mail pay. 
Profits in 1955 


The profits after taxes for the| prepare for further growth in 


13 major airlines individually 
in 1955: American, 14 per cent: 


Eastern, 13.4 per cent: National. 
15.1 per cent; Northeast, 7.3 per 
cent; Northwest, 10.7 per cent: 
Trans World Airlines. 8.9 per 
cent; united, 8.7 per cent: West 
ern, 14.9 per cent. The 13th air- 
line, Colonial, lost 9.6 per cent, 
according to the CAB 

The overall profit trend shows 
a sharp climb up to 1951 and 
then a slight recession. The 
profits averaged by years for 
the 13 airlines: 1946, —1.5 per 
cent; 1947, —2.9 per cent: 1948. 

17 per cent; 1949, 6.1 per 
cent; 1950, 11.2 per cent: 1951. 
14.6 per cent: 1952, 14.2 per 
cent; 1953, 11.3 per cent: 1954. 
10.4 per cent; 1955, 118 per 
cent 

The Air Transport Associa 
tion says those profits are not 
excessive when figured over the 
long run. But Trans American 
Airlines (formerly North Amer- 
ican), the most vocal of the non 
scheduled airlines trying to get 
CAB permission to fly regular- 

says they are and dares the 
CAB to let it enter the field 
and prove it 


Defense of Policy 


Its own defense of this closed 
sky policy was given to the Sen 
ate Small Business Committee 
last year: “While a review of 
the Board's decisions in route 
proceedings would appear to 
uggest that no opportunities 
exist for a new carrier propos- 
ing domestic passenger trunk- 
line service to obtain a certifi- 
cate, the Board does not believe 
its past decisions can be inter- 
preted as foreclosing the possi- 
bility of entry by new carriers 
into the trunk line field.” 


Cc 


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pyright. Congressional Quarterly 


—y —E 


to weather the current read- 
justment, following a very high 
isales volume of 1955, 


the future. New heights of suc 


cess can be achieved if industry 
Braniff, 11 per cent; Capital,' leaders will only apply the same ended their convention tonight 
21.6 per cent; Continental, 7 ingenuity and resourcefulness with @ reception to the newe 

per cent; Delta, 11.4 per cent; that have so often characterized elected officers and the retir 


their actfons in the past,” he 


said 
Council Alse Elected 


Also elected by the bankers 
was a council of administration 
to serve as a “cabinet” to newly 
elected President Callahan, in 
addition to the four elected of 
ficers The council will con 
sist of John C. Pyles Jr., presi 
dent of the City Bank: A Scott 
Offutt, president of Anacostia 
National Bank: Justin B. Bow 
ersock, executive vice presi 
dent of Union Trust Co., and 
James F. Willett, vice presi 
dent of American Security & 
Trust Co. W. Hiles Pardoe 
past president of the associa 
tions. will serve as ex-officio 
member 

Walton L. Sanderson, vice 
president of National Bank of 
Washington, was elected mem- 
ber of the American Bankers 
Association's executive council 


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NEW YORK, June 8 #*—President | however, and it ran its course two 
, Eisenhower's iliness completely domi- weeks ago. Since then the market has 
nated the stock. market this week. | been recovering slowly but steadily. 
Se on the news Friday knocked Brokers were hoping the market could 
the market down in the most severe shake off its lethargy and move ahead 
decline of the past eight months. with some degree of definiteness with- 
The Assotiated Press 60-stock aver- out having to test its May lows. 
age on Friday dropped back $3.00 at Now there is the problem of what 
, $177—the biggest slide since Oct. 10 the market will do next week in the 
when it lost $4.60. Even so, the net loss light of more complete medical re- 
for the week was held to $1.60. ports on the President's condition. 

Now Wall Street is faced with a Actually, the Friday market was not | 
fully new reappraisal of its approach a thing of gloom. For one thing, there 
to stock market s. wasn't the slightest indication of any 

The memory of the drastic tumbles wild dumping of stocks for any price 
that came with the President's heart they would fetch. Stockholders took a 
attack last ber had all but more sophisticated approach. Brokers 
faded from Wall Street memory. And _ said they set their price and then sold 
then Friday's news bulletins told their at that price. They also set their prices 
story. for buying and then bought. That very 

“Before the stock market opened, willingness to buy was the most bullish 
brokers said they expected nothing at thing that came out of the Friday ses- 
all like last September. Some antici- sion. 
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Others told their customers not ta let er and then recovered a bit. The news 
themselves get worked up into an emo- bulletin that the President was being 
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gested a wait and see policy would be heavy selling, however, and set the 
the best course. stage for a later but less severe selling 

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Friday drop, severe as it was, still was of the day, and buyers started to come 
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September and October that followed enough to wipe out more than half of 
the President's heart attack. the extreme loss of the day in less than 
re There was a complete recovery by 30 minutes of trading. 

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had reached a new historic high. There | that the stock market soon may re- 
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screen the scars of old market breaks. _ sence of any further jolts to sentiment 

A reaction developed from the highs, | from Washington. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD Cross Currents Mark | BE INFORMED! 


_ C12 Sunday, June 10, 1956 
Get investment facts regularly 


Week’s Range « on the New York Stock Exchange —Trade Developments |Z o-s sr 


___Continued from Page Cll Ete i986 ay . ” NEW YORK, June 9 #*—President Eisenhower's illness sent. ; s 
i a — jy, womans rs Les __ 160s High Low Last Che eats > ) ‘| stock prices tumbling down this week as the miarket underwent |} I. J. SCHENIN CO. 
ts n% 3 W id its biggest one-day fall since Oct. 10. But confidence in the Na- INVESTMENT SECURITIES 
ie tm oe H tion's economic health remained unshaken. Suite 444, Washington Building 
o 63% 8 + You “didn't_have to look far, 15th and New York Avenue N.W. 
abi 249134 = for signs that the economy was | Washington 5, 0. € 
strong and lusty. MEtropoliten 8-5402 
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reported that 65 million Ameri [ADVERTISING NOTE 
cans had jobs last 5m General Motors leads field 
= new record high for May. Wages) lin newspa 
2 and incomes were higher than per outlay in ‘55. 
ever. Retail trade continued to} Newspaper Adv. Spending in ‘55 
outpace the record sales of a 
year ago: even automobile 
sales, which had been lagging 
* badly, showed signs of perking 
up 
“Consumers have jobs, they 
have moncy, and they are buy- 
ing.” said the First National! seated 
City Bank of New York. “Even Lesme ) for bin Gividers @ Special sizes te 
though they have cut spending dy | Tr tom 
for certain products, in the ag- " fo | | ‘ . sae aoe 
gregate they are spending more ; ae Se 
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that business spending on new! 
plant and equipment in the 
a WY Ste Oe? OD ‘7 ‘1% % 1 8 Sted ' ns © third quarter would hit a rec! 
1H ERG se Bs, ’ = 2 aitest% ; ; ™ a BS sys ord annual rate of $36 billion— 
? ' Sen a gain of nearly $2 billion over! 

April-May-June 


Harllee Branch Jr., outgoing G-E COMMERCIAL 


president of the Edison Electric 


: Institute, forecast that the Na- & INDUSTRIAL PACKAGED 


. lion's privately owned power 
companies would double thei 
Se AIR CONDITIONING INSURES 
years—al a cost of h 
: $40 billion. Westinghouse Elee. BETTER SUMMER BUSINESS! 
tric. Corp. said it expects to’ run! 


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Mi 8% Chee Edis 1 Reye > ” mon illing or- 
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utility, paper and aluminum in. 
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whirt eo he a fore). New textile shutdowns 


White Seat 1 ‘ were reported Price wars WATER COOLED 


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oe Pap ne field; in Atlanta. Ga.. General 
$7% 10xt Pap pf 5 " ? , Seal : 
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, at $69.95 were retailing at 
$56.88. Prices of several in COOLED INTERIORS DRAW 
dustrial commodities drifted MORE CUSTOMERS! GE Com. 
lower mercial 4 Industrial Packaged 
Some in Doldrums Air Conditioning can increase 
Summing | 1” om 0 ors summer sales 15°. to 40%!!! SO 
umming it all up, it was an DONT DELAY—tind eut NOW 


other week of mixed trends 
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pey for themselves. 


Ueyite 
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ws tt) =%>Pooe OF rt , . * 4s s ¢& O« . 
a 38% Pare Pet 2 u M Ie ~¥ the doldrums 
. Carbide 1% “12 : i rhe comeback in auto sales 


Sim) 40% Parke De 1 60s ; , "3 
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re . : 95 ! ™ +2 as : had been wrestling with the 
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se il te “tr this ae t-oep. Production cuts at the factories 
1955, estimated cosh value of em the sales pickup was sufficient . 

to make a noticeable dent in 

the record stocks of unsold 
cars cramming dealers’ lots and We Are Pleased to Announce 
showrooms. Ward's Automo- 
last ‘S*utcrheter’ aat"y-les| ive Reports estimated that new the Admission of 
ca Se! old~Celled. wé—Os agate Gistribation begee eo nee. shrank 

S— reer iw—Withest werrests. we—With war- to about uring May. 

ime : a . -_ ™ cotvere wi-Weee issued, 888) Another 100,000 may be slashed FRANCES MAHON 

a ." a S tae 1 3'9+1 =e beskreptty of feteivershic or being reorganized from the total before the end. 
? 22%—1% ender “ee Seskrepicy Act, o securities sssumed By such of June ast @ General Partner 


4-1 pnd "Wh te ro rf ne a" Ws ws +%* Hh vs aypeen ' Oa 2) e+ %s companies 
—— ~ aya Hazel-Atlas to Vote MELVIN GELMAN 
. Miscellany | 
, . . ‘alter B. Pe ravage, manager In A t M 
Over-the-Counter M utual Fund Prices “Wsters*r« az In August on Merger | hae Be a 


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ment of the U.S. Chamber of| “=“ YORK, June 9 & 


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The ay prices were obtained from Literty Lease Corp pn = — =u .. oe . jevest Tr Sest Commerce, will address the Stockholders of Hazel-Atlas 
_ " oy By pa intended tineste — 7 nr i\ Se ' ——— oo - Graphic Arts Association of Glass Co. will be asked in Au MEYER a SODY 
ae ae te the approximate range within Loughbereugh Develpment Units Affiliated =F 4 Keystece Cast Washington at a luncheon gust to approve a merger with 
whic? se securities could ~: _ — Manufacturers Credit com Keystone Cost meeting Monday the associa- Continental Can Co. nation’s 1p 
sp alia einem 4| Saeeewes — Keystees Cust tion will meet at the Continen as a Limited Partner 
Bie AKOE Merchants Trans & Storage com 5 Keystone Cust mM isl U j . second largest manufacturer of 
BONOS Merchants Trans & Storage pid Keystone Cust ta' Hote nited Air dines j 
| Storage metre tes Keystone = Cust * set an all-time one-day record mttal containers 
bent Lasley a eo ‘aad ly Metgage Corp on oe — fur traffic on June 7 when it The Associated Press, in a 
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18 = Wational Metrepelitan Sant sepeeee = O} saa approximately 15.5\ June 8 story on the proposed 
Nations! Press Seildueg com million revenue passenger > ; 
. “ : merger, incorrectly 
eld Dominion Bank 4'2cum pr pie mo? miles, officials announced yes- s . 7 dag ” 
State Lee : ame ~ . ‘al - say | | Old Bominion Bont " eo terday ( ee an Co. as “Can- - 
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Deshagion Austere tet S98 7S. FOR Ea etatt wasnt | pe : mane Ai thn Amacioaa Guan, Sade, Kristeller & Co. 
STOCKS Personal industria! Bankers Units ; “a Dividend Actions \al \merical , f 
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Snoriess - ay jeserence "? second Nations! Sant Rate res Record ah n the packeging field. Hazel. 
Anscpstio Nations! Baek " + By ; imarGutan \tlas Glass is a major producer New York Stock Exchange 
| Seuthers Oxygee Ce : eee A , 2 I. of jars and bottles ‘ 
State (ean & Finance Class A com ” Weleprane pa) {merican Stock Exchange ( Assoc.) 


27% State Looe & Finance 6% cv pf . | | 
+  Stete Lore & Finance O% pte " Ray -0-Vae 1 - T rends of Week | 223 investment Bide Mabie eh € 


Tews tneterprises 

Washington Baseball Ciet Seerise §=Sepermat il ; a 

Wash Med Guilding Core — ” , new YORK, lune 8 W—The following EXecutive 3.5740 
7s le 'S teble «gives epersting results i major 

mat Tie 8 ty 18 +23 jimes bosiness and fimence © the let 


Properties Tite out-of-TOWwn es 
Medica! Building American =Moerietta Ce inet af "Sines and, mac "thea 
Late 


TAM 
Mortgeze Co oft Genk of America ¥ 
aperstie Cerp Berkshire Hathaway 
11's Canadian Superior O01 
Centra! Maint Power ~~ 


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Telew lect 
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ed Title Ce commen 4 ? . .s 
, Paper Mills ; interstate Meter Freight 
Nations! Securities pie = 115 omy soonaes 
; Netions! Securities com ; : 
ms Theaters i Kaiser Stee! pf 
Mespital L oF Glass 2 a : 
i 
Federal Service Finance 5% pid A 82 74 ons y Fa 
ewe Service Finances’: es . New Eectand Gas * Electric 
: nae fame on s. : ower 8 — wash tet | 
Service Fi Preneer Natura a a, Wellington F 


45 008 ray ‘* 
awards $290,212,000 $370,200. 000 here Are Signposts 
oe eee, ee on the Road to Profit... 


Bead sales (par 

Bes, Tallent (number: cue susuen | And there are criteria that form the base 
ee ee 7eF ion for a wise investor when he picks a stock 
Crete ol pr. (bis) torse some | for the potential of Capital Gains. 
(Final three ciphers emitted wm foellewmg) 
tiec. sewer pred 

rut w.san.0e 8.37 Buy the stock of a young company. 
Sank clearings $22,478, 83, y 

Demand deposits $55, 521.008 . * a growing company. 
Samos seeaes * oye $612, * a company with alert, aggressive management. 
srenertt - — vt $43 008 $1,897 .900 * a company with services or products in growing 
Meeey @ ci demand 


culation $38,505.008 $36,098,008 ; ; 
* a company with services or products able to com 
pete effectively in good times or bad. 


hie: ivestock : led i 
. 2 8 e erains, seybeons, lard and soybeans oils and | /, — Chicago Livesto * a company with diversified interests. 
5 , "ties Commodity Ind - seyheae § mea! tions low quality an Baltimore Liv estock CHICAGO. June 92 > (USDA “SAL. 4 
i C til ‘ i] . 
. Li GS—Receiots, 300. tote These are signposts on the road to profit. All you have to 


Soybeans ted the recevery te shew grins ‘OORC rn : ; 
‘ yor june «68 «©The = Aasocioted et tion ‘wales for ¢ ’ BALTIMORE tune 3 ; ompared week a0 Lore 
ar hci —— “er “— — ann “ledes fer 38 wepertest com ae, == a mi. . ne June & amounted tn 1 - . : Cott war a to | * Dt 4 7% ower soe * pe thy a0 do is find them -—- and that 5 where the difficulty comes 
; and returned 851 12 ; ; . ci | ; : ’ " ro sed about 7 ner cen . : 
clesimg prices tor tte yew ° moditves declined this week fer the fourth cemeored with 6 week cap My r . k befor 50-75 higher Utility and com-| or Sota) “re pews’ eee Se ac- We dont claim we can come up with the perfect answer 
ro "eile Teele Sertinere "pieek tr "a wt yrs index compared with 178.24 Wheat closed the week @%) te # conte = mires ana eutt ' Ne and on . pri py perrows age 9 But we can at least show you stocks where most of the 
. t _| bigher, core 2% te “ higher, eats ts te O™ ' tle at at ‘ nid -3 v . ent — whe 
, week ane ond 170.08 for the corre ae bigher, 909-0: pout oe Thad hi ae ee foe ' e sine Ma | ital factors are presen here your chance of profit 
spending week ‘ast yeer % te ool lord 3 te 0 sedi j ? h chest in i months on ti =e > and 3 butchers seienas greg0-279 Ds. | 1S good. 
= A ut Hieh «Lew 6 CC lase The redustrial se@ senferreut mete! dir : an higher Ty fferin : . ) a! “ryt pice 4 orien anc wt | ghvit 190-2 ' | 
Ut ist 3s, 8 108 8 ves sinns af the tates srogped te or tows | S*hsone. of prices for the weet oi r and sh 114-118: Ibs ma ie 2 nd 1008 lib but hed 18.00 with c fee For information on stocks that have the “Profit Factors” 
, ves ’ ec an . : " ™ - eha ‘ * » | ot ; ne. a rie or wel n : 
: tt gent is, » wweaT— - rat “Genlainingn tances tram ne 1a! f,, Most chotes “640-1333 a} de 91775 Mest No 2 and just fill in and mail the coupon below. 
lew c eve eve 984 crop 4 30; 200 i on 5 . ie . LF iN bute! ers cio ed at 
( ik 0 


feed, textiles ond lune 8 ! ' ef lo vality tobacco . a 
High Lew Close) Gains were mate The proportion of low ous 3 > 98 260-: ibs 6.25 ‘ : : 
5 nies and cotton offered was the largest of the season ; 7 small lots. 4 a! : 

te v june 1 Age Yr ae 1 20 and the percentage of nondescript WSs 4% 5<. Lat mont . -_ [30.900 1 ©1700 Lareer lots of 325-42! Mail to Mr. Sherley Colbert 
als arger than usual * 0 “ he . sed ' 75415 ; , 
d2%q 35 commoditios me tee | ee Net receipts of tie Baltimore hoss- ao. 19 8 | ae 4’ commercial $00.7: St he ee es | Washington Representative 
5.00 4 2 13.75 


42% (tadustriats es . 11a 1.00% head. market tor the season Were fe- |. om “ii A : s. be , , 
Feed : : | 1.020.000 pounds. This. stand ing 15.50; canner M& cut-| SALABLE CATTLE — Receipts. 500:\§' 611 Warner Bidg., Wash. 4, D.C: © REpublic 7-3589 


2asus~s-~ 


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Storage 08 Public Service New Hampshire 
Credit Ce Units 3 Rochester Telephone Pec has ee 
ations! Bank Arlington Ve Chem 
Natrona! Bank — ue 7 on ty J _ . Suarise = Supermat 
lovers tas. Co. Ex. Dive Teese Gas Tramsmeiss ' ° . : . te 
* fevieves Lite. tee Ce Texas Eastere Transmission Chicago Grain Maryland Tobacco I 
e Captayoes Core = Oo UPPER MAR! BORO. Md. Ju ~ Walker Hiren 
Griffith Consumers Corp pie , Vexas Natiseral a Gas CHICAGO, june 9 H—Led by soybeans ane Marviand tobacce du Wallace & Tier 
Grittith Consumers Corp com 2 | Thee Gon ee pine’ tins vain futures ended higher 08 inc hoe ast five days on the suction ia Get & BhbT: 
Met Shoppes inc ao seiattios Trade this weet markets 9 uel the | wees! Hamiltes Mig 
tedestria! Bart -_ Souncing Sack from fast week's secline t grades sold (st pr ' ~ wieele ony Tele 4 
, - - — a et RN the whele market thewed considerable orevio: th dera)-St r senthenet ™ 4 “ e 
— strength, with prices mevieg tate few bgt rvi ai un Ae pave terringtee ee ’ , : 
greuné os the mevement of tread ond feed ©” ua ' ' 


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portea as about 
149% combined with suction sales tole ter cows s0 fro 00. fe | 500 ‘estimated): compared week 
Th ' ‘ 7 . 56 : shelly canners Jtilit : igh choice and prime steers 
, re , hundred commercial bulls 00-17.00, ew to ibs. and heavier. largely. 


sa ' ti U nited States , *«*+- 88 8 a 7 Ib oft a rades st = b me t m1 | M .. | ~ : : 
. enta ave n . ¢ stee o ! =| 
. : onan : fad thar Sat ye hes ws eee Potts, eet AH ner || VLC rath Securities 
: ‘ a1 rm. 
from ay to 1 higher, 

is rade feeder CORPORATION 
692 69% ¥ ? «; : adoe 
4 vs } 4 ibs. 18 50-1 . 7 
New York Bank Stocks ae + 198 . | Calves Sompar last eek ~ $924. two “4! | Members American Stock Exchange ( Assoc.) 
Heavy-Crop— closed about ster ish-cholee and|i47s and 1550 ib. beeves. 22.50: load {| J ‘ SS a age i 
* WEW YORK, June 18—The latest seveeee : Good cherry-red B: U 18 00-23 0% : a 70 Wall Sereet, N. Y.5,N.Y. © WH. 40175 

teens on leading banks stocks fellow: , 1.38 1 4 eoeeee Ht Se — 2.00 | brousht 17 00 or under h , and ated hoice and pri . oa" and 

“ ove - " a” Ti 24 ood -choice | » Fg em + if Please send me infermetion on growth stocks. 


ips- ; ood 
‘4 Bank o fee York 239 7 | Mar. ! 1.25% cherry-red 54 to 00: _commercia! Stade 20-18 “eandard. § steers 
Lo or teen |17.25; load rime | 1100-Ib 
Ww 


. Chase * ations Mantattee 


) Beconds— 

i\Pair cherrs-red ba] : standard co 

|\Low clrerry-red : folstein cows tate aod to } 

| st So. ; ity pad pen ies sin! es 
pe . 76. god ° vealers. 

' Best or . Loud cul) of commercial 


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, 


The Washington 


Times Berald 


1  lassified Advertis 


IS 


HARRY TRUMAN 
IN EUROPE 


GENERAL NEWS 


SECTION D 


SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1956 


PAGE D1 


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THE WASHINGTON POST 
AND 


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BRICK & CEMENT W 


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and § Pointe 


of the Distriet 
rt ‘ore 
+2 


following rates are for cen- 


aX insertions: : : 
time times 
Oe Oe a 


Words - 2 une ey 


ere . wD RETAIL 
(80 mile vedi “+ of Wechineten) 

(Minimo 3 tne) 
PHONE RE. zs 1234 


DEAOLIN 
¥ EDITION: ween 


oa a ‘30 PM. 
dar 


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cleared 
ema 


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rards 
vert. 


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concrete 


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APERMA G—Ti2 

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} 1600 RA 2-130) 

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estimeat 


s 
izing in fore\ 
reise ave -242 
aL OVERS and draperies cush 
made. cut in your heme: softs. 81 


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NF. gstone ang cement. spe- 
cializing ; 


. vals & tien. 6 
walks. etc Pree estimate veal 
err | oe 

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Repe ve im your 

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vie. Cheve Chase Lake. 


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Zist & Eve 


ornm-rimmed 
ucen Me ond 7th aw. Wed 
we "‘Weirese! ian ares. Mar 
Ka—1 platinum céc ii rite, 
Giamonds, «app carats: 
plat 1 solitaire ring. 4 4) amends 
’ ren 


‘4 
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rieving ftamnily 


ese wale atch. pene 


zeues: 


L oid Om 
race, black strap 


Ureen anc 
ns. te Mit 


wins ti # 
ais car oon 
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46° ana Warren sts 
. . 


SERVICE 9 


N&, alterations pches au 
Terms to 5 yre | near 
T_BOND. EX. 53-2265 
4-1 PAINTING, Daperins. carpentry 
Rec. rms. Free estimates y 
ice 


BUSIN 


ue hoy white breast 
mates Buc«- 


Blue. May i5. vie 
“Clancy 610 rew 


—Black with tools lef: 
ver ra Moncay P. M. Reward 
(Omega! inseribea, 
“from his mother. ete 


Phone Mr. Harver. Re- 
or 3-1391 


A. A. PIPELINE CLEANERS for 
clogged sewers. sinks. drains a + 
economic eficien 

7 


contractor. 
restored or purchased 
add 


ulpment, ansters te 
to 


Alex Ans 


houses 
ell types home improvements 
room. recreation rooms, dormers. 


s 
rehes. kitchens 
AR KEEPER CO.. Since 193 
* - 


old 


L 
. kitchens 


-07 
tel. June 
sappnire 
NA. 8-3575 
10A 


orown 
ong Aair 


oe 

“Tm prov ements . 
carport rec 
70 3- 


at 
piat 
= er 

Cal. Mr 


FOUND 
pou white 


head spots 


m Sheridan Pk 
home inum diamond 
driveways 


All work suar Waters 


—Attie rms carports 
free @ 


rm . 
rches, rec. rms 
eas 5 so. mM. 
N . 
Al NITION G 
fal 


female 
miscl breed 
wel.-behavin 
Owner 

after i 


mongrei 
Please cali 
4.8373 


PERSONALS 


riving Schoo! 


nm 7 noon 


ping done a) home 
ores Spanish 


Seat t BRIVEWAYS 


REDWOOD $-5336 


vi $5 3-pe itt 
chine cleaned on 
- : Co 


singit 7 isum 
5) . 
saneings 


mer 
th 
Tee auc 


ote: 
Lo lal 
JOHNS-MANSVILLE 
HOME IMPROVEMENT 
CONTRACTOR 
RE-ROOFING | B. 8. A 9-1 741 
ROOF REPAIRS . havety 1. 
GUTTERING ir ves strc OVERS. Fag 3) 
INSULATION “FisninG GUIDE—Fi ish are real by 
ASBESTOS SIDING 
ALUMINUM SIDING 
STORM WNDOWS 
JALOUSIES 
PORCH ENCLOSURES 


o Study 


tutoring. peace. 


sa 
Ul- 


pre | loan ao of pale ar. G a 


id ; 
vor “<4 
Tepe artment Edith 


“thinking, 


ATTIC & RECREATION 
ROOMS FINISHED 
AWNINGS 

FENCING formine 
PREF ESTIMATES iy 


HU. 3-6400 
- MON mae oy a Rees me 
OVER 25.000 SATISFIED 
TOMERS 
ow 84 wise NSIN AVE NW 
€ next celamn 


Ho between. 


“better " onver 


RIeARCH assit¥ 


with advanced training in histery 


ex 
Phone economist a! 


2.4 
weeat 
‘e* . 


tutoring. elem. 
terest. 


Harrison M. Reberteon. Jr.. Seliciter 
341 N. Calvert St. Baltimore 


Mitchell Stevan. Seliciter 
349 N. Calvert St.. Baltimore 


TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY’S SALE OF 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR'S INVENTORY AND 


EQUIPMENT: MOTORS, WIRE, CABLE, CONDUITS 


MISCELLANEOUS WIRING SUPPLIES, 
FIXTURES; OFFICE FURNITURE AND 
EQUIPMENT; ROLLING STOCK 


Pursuant te an order of the United States District Court for 
the District of Marviand in the matter of Harry H. Meisel. Bank 
rupt, ™ Bankruptcy No 1eae8. a undersign Trustee, will sell 
800 Publie Mecl on the prem 


UCKIAN ST. ANNAPOLIS, Md 
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, ‘1956, COMMENCING 
AT 11 O'CLOCK AM., E.0.5.T 


The following chattels: 30 Asstd. Sauare D Boxes 
arter: 1 t Cutler Hammer. ; 
te. Asstd. cre 


Kes. t . 
' 1 lot AH & H Switches, Pull Rec. Horse Power Motors. 
Supports.  ~ ae Hospita! 
Locks, Con 1.850 ft 
ansit "Fire —. Conduit . lot . 
Da and Washers; 


Pole Puses, 


ou Burner an Heating 
buleee be To be offered “first ie 
a Sood ce. ut oad es 
BALD, Trustee. 
ROBERT CAMPBELL, Auctioneer 
Vaanapels, Mariana 


+ 


i Smal) 


ic 3 anarh. 250 Pa A es pines 


rewara. | 


Sus | 


alter. 

eeyener ees JA. 71-3391. | 

} © lsunder 2 Stretched 
|. Serv. JE JE. | 


ar rE TOvE ARICTTTES / 
’ OD by —— tc.) Ooébestineg 
How t 


7 4 


REMEDIAL “READING | 


| Associates 


lish and in 


Tas, MANUEL REST 
ed at the foothills 


os ie: 


“Tor ins dalivered 


colt 
iates OF 
> us nv. a 


sr 
iM 


and 
- OS Gases. $1.00 per wk. from 


shops filled with rough | 
mks 


The Trend Is To The Paper 


That Produces Best Results 


May, the le of the Washington Area 
e “ to Washington Post and Times 

laced 53,568 more lines in 
The Washington Post et tnd Tienes Herald during May, 
1956 than in May, 1955. At the same time, the other 
7-day paper lost 81,541 lines and the 3rd paper lost 
35,066 lines. 


Again durin 
accelerated 
Herald want ads. 


“More and more people are placing their want ads 
in the Want Ad Section of The Washington Post and 
Times Herald for quicker and better results. 


Your want ad ia The Washington Post and Times 
Herald reaches 382,000 families daily, 415,000 families 
on "Sundays—over 127,000 more families daily and 
128,000 more Sunday than it could reach through 
any other paper in town. 


Phone REpublic 7-1234 
To Place Your Want Ad 


chests 
tadies. ehaire 


Also antique fire. 
j ior 


Meissen rugs 
Bie savings in 


t 
la 39- 
WALTER REED ANTION E 


ave Seep 
seat | Cou es be Center. Whe 


=| SE 


| 3646 WIDTH STEEL BUN 
COM 


7 : rc : 
it 16 te a cabinet Boanish | 
choot aentieue mirrors sx? 

sofas 


Pieascan’ 
ANTION Es w. hays . laree stock 
1 urnishings. Nee 

Duten collectors 


c wor 
‘ sRot AMO” ‘gTUpigs * 2160 Mit. | 
a HO. 32-2186 


$54? Columbia pike 
cay bunk beds (2) innerspring | cy 
mattresses: £40 fer all LO he | 
ASPHALT mix “« _ and B 
Greene apres! 

mich 


BABIES” DISCOUNT | 
PARADISE 
30°% —70% OFF 


Roe r Giscovery ef the sensations! 
uvenile rapermers —the wore s 


VP ces 


deen Susermari—et Sth & x 
| EVER SOLD AT List 
5 | : 


13 


at 


In VU 
Huge ++ ora t hi nens CA 
mer rn 


Un ‘Anished Pare —Oyrms—8and¢- 
Pos 


Bones 
rt Pactory 
+ On 


the peaton 
Ww Warenoy one 


ash 
r Outle 2 Sth a 


Children’ s Supermart 

th and K STS 
‘Ore ae Marae 

| Open Mon Th: re. Pri Fires 
pad sn 


~3421) 
ws 
eave duly 
springs $12.56. LU 
aay CKRRYAGY —Btorkline 
fitter $12. JO 34-5670 

é CARRIAGI 
neat playpen. Good 


sAny CARRIAGE Twin 
_ ve ery s00a cond $2 


Soe 
Baby CUrBs $10 9 
5 ttr s* 


new mattress 
ood 
bat hinet 


car 
cond. WH. 6- 


with ac- 
0. RE. 6- 


carriages 


sees 


J re 
FURNITURE 
Discown! prices now 
our complete selection 

furniture pools. sand- 


CRIB ‘N’ CRADLE 
eniie Supermar r Ave 
“BABY FURNITURE 

AND TOY SUPERMART 

‘re 30-60% 


_ bab? fura. jaz. © 

we 

cycles a “rievclen. fie 
ae! 


BABY 


af 


; save in Washinate 
only havenile a gount ou 


4h 


tab! 


NO LOWER PRICES 
ANYWHERE 
2457-61 18TH 
‘Opposite AmbDassa 
Mon. Thurs. and Pri 
mN.—2 cribs. Storkline 
e'th matis Tremble bathin tte. | 
scales Coseo hi chair 4.¢ excel. 
cond. -435 
BABY wardrobe chest. waxed birch, 
excelent condition. OL 6-8259.— 


BABY FURN. SALE 


CRIBS—Storkline Tharer Lul- | 
er famous makes. 20 : 
14.95. $18.96 


$6 a4 

$7.92 

LLERS 4 “7% 

HAYER feeding tables $9.95 
ABS s new and guar 


ABY TOWN 


2626 
Wilso ~ Ri va 


saa FURNITURE | 


BaBY 


ABSOLUTELY GUARANT. Pe . + 
1 


, 
will 


can 


sow 
| 


owest prices in town 
CHANDISE PRIC wWw—!] 
JUST A ; Ve carry 
Storkline 
trim 


DAYS 


BALES CO. | 
nw. TA. %-0879 
BACKROE— ya condition | 
cats. 84000 ME 2519 days | 
-6115 evenin | 
ustom om made. 

npde- a-ded. dro 


ATH | 
OUTFITS 


NEW 
Recessed Tub, Closet Basin 
$89.50 
WALL AND BASE 
CABINETS, VARIOUS 
SIZES, SLIGHTLY 
MARRED, 50% OFF 
Hundreds of Plumbing 
Bargains 


BLOCK’S, INC. 


1746 Lee Hey. Near Key Bridge 


“ JA. 8-8700 | 
418 Runge ve Nr. Cross 
A. 78501 |’ 


PLENTY, OF PARKING GPACE 


\ 


Rye, 
JUVENILE 


355 Cedar “. i 
A-} 
s- 


} 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 


machine ical hey 


bao Book» 
°.9 5 


WASHINGTON RAG A BAG co 
215 L ST. SW DI 


iii SU 


Tents 


ud 
condition 
¥ 


closet 
&-2 
pels 


ns 
. 


pRTERT onditie 
Hamilton 
a 


“leap  pgdded LIVING ROOM 


12 ARTICLES FOR SALE 
Sert troner for dD. € 

,*- built 3-983 “a 

‘Tenamen FAN. Hassock G. E—'S6 model 

oD- : 

LO 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 
A’ 


12 


ywood kme-s verter 
82-\n Ay 
matt 5 

$78 88 
pensr Perr 
M 


-m wide FURNITURE 
gas 
bes' 


NEW FINE QUALITY 
raAns— A. ee 3 speed elec: 8 


mmee. urn FURNITURE 
ries: 4? ae Warehouse Prices 
r 


ons. screens 5 aie | GUARANTEED SAVINGS 
os ro OF 20% TO 70% 
nd Be Sure To Shoo Us 
Before You Buy 
Look at These Bargains 


$518 VALUE 


Bionde a e dresser and mir 
bookcase bead. Ane iz 
ttress and box spring 


DS—GOV’T SURPLUS 


with 
tris 


NK BEDS. 
cen ass OS; 


NI ’ 
COIL SPRINGS 


NEW 39- 
ree 5 6 
RD ST. XW 


sss beers | 
a us ~ree a, * rots # wit 


ESLONIAL FOOD owt 
4600 Wisconsin Ave. NW. 
WO. 6-6536 


FREEZER—Jorcan. 
.| sigh 


‘€ 
piastic ten table and 4 rneire 


OUR PRICE 


$293.92 Complet 
af REEL 293.92 Complete 
OUALITY £107 86 VALUE 

at wholesale + ae Custom built stu 

ment. Fer apet twin beds 

call Mr. Tavior 0" 1940 OUR PRICE 859 954 


SEND FOR FREE LITERATURE 
On how vou 


feod at sam 
fer food alone 
7 


Cue CO. ie ATI 


ak +4, 105, petro You. 


Astrology. Britannica 
ether encyclopedias 
804 Kennedy 5 
3-86 ~ 


fin 


rauch—makes 


Book. 
s7 9 30, VALUE 
Pu 


Ho.usweced bed 


OUR PRICE 659.99 


plastic 
excel +R. 


ARRY / TRANS. Call todar 


904 VALIE 
nuime manpoganry droo-leaf table 
finest equality 
OUR PRICF 639 99 
Hundreds of Other Bargains 
glass-to Throughout Entire Store 
ae | BUDGET ACCOUNTS INVITED 


eat ea | Great Rapids Furn. Co 
leaving | is The Bargain Store of Washington 
: | 907 7th St. NW 

EX 3-6742 
Store Hours Dei 


Mo A Thur 
FREE PARKING iN REAR Or 
STORE 


G mae. Re 
ledger trays 
on; can JE ~ 
LDIN MATER AL 
3 f WRECKING. co 


“BURLAP (NEW) 


NEW) 


con 
comtractors = other 
reasons ry 


sale 
. 


——~ eee 
open: si roun 
he 


ft 
resister. 
5000 « 


.F JCc- 
users 


d 
tensole mahog table & 
AS i 
PURN Sold home, 
~- will secrfiice 5 rms. furn 
til 4.30 —— arate S 
complete 


m every Sa’ urda?t 
ERA 8x10 (studio) 
_ Coolerator 
ree 


prod 
cond ‘ 


n CR. | 
FURN.— i Vek A ndh card 

‘a le ax34 ea eee 
rv — Din rm wi. 4 chrs.. china 
cabinet and buffet 


PELIES 
- Moving 
. 156% cu. ft $16 

for mica dinette set 

$40 

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ground clothes, 


Motorol s model = 
co a. *s2 $2863 piecrust tip tabs . 
a. fURN (rom mot er - estae Queen 
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6298 


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buffet 


dinette bedrm. 
des OV 259 


“FURNITURE 


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44-1854 


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$10 


Kantwet 
baby tends 


seus} e bed soringe and 
Limited sup- 
singie sine 
sorme - 

pring mattress 
> tor 5 Famous ‘rand 
ivywood beds. box springs 
nnersoring mattress. com- 


FOR TH IS A BUY | 
wo! 


icebox 
Good 


BREEZE and 
Hot Point. 


SORT RE 
Custom pieces, pair Kittinger 
side chairs. 2 custom-made 
mahogany English commodes 
Meritage vanity desk. Large 
modern lamp. Pair of figurine 
lamps. Custom-made lamp ta- 
ble; lounge chair, gray-green 
Private party moving Will sac- 
rifice. KE. 7- -O511 
; mahor. 
st ike 
offer 


engagement $100 
eet, 1O-pe. carved oak sell 
W ~4547 
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chins 
KI 


ring. 


Cotte ee tables 
| springs and mattresses 
| 304 Cedar at oy. directly 
; 


akomea Park st Office 

Sun 16-6 weekdays 95-5 
FURNITURE 

endodinedicd OFF & MORE 


R SAMPLES | 


eokcases. | 
Tab e 


AL! BABA‘’S CAVE 
710 17th ST. NW 


AD 4-0099 Eves 


— ern. iim 
e 4 chairs. slass-front 
$40 


good condition 


OGm SET — Just ‘ike 


accept best offer; 


furniture and silver 


BUY FA 


Bedroom 


dble 
new 
JA 


bed 


G es od 
Phyfe (49572 table). buffet neon 6708 
airs id -68 


ences: 
Ch ppencale 
93R3 


Ay 4 room 
mahoga 


1¢ 7 
Period a JE 


~ Delta Homecra?t 
bench motor 


Refria 
_ i2-in 


PURN.—Give-away prices 

Holly wood beds 

4 items. UN. 4-09 
—Househola. Chit Tren’ s. DOOR 

udwig) a ~| cases i6 cu. fi wat f pox 

tion $50. JA §-5862 and rack a car top misc. Sa 

elec good con-~-,| #nd Bun. 10 m 3605 
7) * nee oe Bd Gr. No. Chevy. Chase. 

: N 


TRNITURE 
dpiomnce sanc 


otpoint & mea etc 


spring ttress 


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#100 4-01 > aAne 
weekdg' PURNITURE 


: BEGINNERS 


GO OVERBOARD 
FURNISH YOUR 3-ROOM A 
COMPLETE. WITH 
BRAND-NEW 
GUARANTEED FU RNITURE 


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ree 174852 
Couch »: “dinine rm 
breakfast abe 67) SO 

coffee $5 living 
225 Sth | e 


suite 
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APT 


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DU. 7-1823 site. $50 


FURNITURE | 
BRAND NEW-3 ROOMS | 


$219 


modern sote comftortable 
end table and matching cocktai! 


BEDROOM 
A beautiful modern 3-piece set 
dresser, mirror, roomy chest of 
bed, pillows, etc. 


ce Bargains e 


IMMEDIATE FREE DELIVERY 
Nothing Down—Easy Terms 


STATE FURNITURE Cx 
FURNITURE | 

ns eae 3 ROOMS | 
DINETTE BRAND-NEW | 


FOR ONLY 


$245 


NO MONEY DOWN 
Easy Terms, Free Delivery 
SWANK FURN. 


1115 H ST. NE. 
LI. 3-8700 


A teautiful 
armchair . 
table 


A 


A Modern 5%-Piece Dinette Set 
Easy Terms Free Delivery 


ALPERSTEIN’S 


1020 7th St. NW 
> Block Above N.Y. Ave 
Member Downtown Park and Shoo 


Open Daily, 9 A.M.-6 P.M.“ Mon. and Thurs.. 9 A.M.-9 PLM. 


NA, 68-8559. 


ITURE CO. pt 


12 ARTICLES FOR SALE 


12 ARTICLES POR SALE 


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ear table 4 


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vunh.- Quilting 
rec steve. Vi 


portable 
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twin beds 


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OF BUSINESS 


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furniture 
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EASTERN FURNIT URE 
COMPANY 


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FURNITURE, unciaimed— 


forth of aueal- 
crificed 4 im- 


“pote $98 


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leather -top cotlee table 
wererens 87 50 

preece wicker 

headboard 


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What You Can 


$219 


18 PIECES 


Brand- New Furniture 
6-PC BEDRM SUTTE 
5-PC ee SUTT? 
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NO MONEY DOWN 
EASY PAYMENTS 


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offer HE 


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SPECIAL 
se )6©HGOLLYWOOD BEDS 1429 


SAM BROWN’S 


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2-HP David 
turn plow. har- 
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new 

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7~ 


RANGE—Ailmost nee 
staggered Durners 
GAS RANGES—New. used: cueren- 
' Acme 8tove. 
8-895? - 

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chins 

bor 


‘tapies, 
oa 


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Elect tric Eko- 
IPs ost 8200 
No dealers Call| 


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HOSPITAL Lene Adjustable type 
rice ondition comp] 
. “felt or nnerspring 
N Prank & Son. EX. 53-8974 
CREAM MAKER—Cherry Ru- 
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jum. 875. FL. 4-63 


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£2 7 
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compiete i 


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Arthu Jorcan grand 
350. CL eat ig | 
FOP cockt tall tables, lamp 

: crawers O° 
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_ Various assoriment 

“home sewing. JU. 5- 


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rest homes, summer 


LOCALLY 
FACH 


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WILL DELIVER 4 ur 

ALL ONZE PRIC 

OUTLET CENTER 
1504 7th 6t. NW 

ton c © 3.9686 | 


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led 

¥. Phone | 

OCHA Puan Dick electric. | 
iy autematic with slip sheeter. | 


working con ndition sold ne 
B20. Big | i. * 6200. Central. 213! 


hea) . ” @uty 
nace, vice. dies. 
¥ 


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fast. -— HARRY J ABRAMS. | 


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Re! inished walnut executive desk 

45 “34 ax dGesks. painted 
ie si9 95: 2-drawer wood jet- 
ter ve meta! suspension 5 SE AF 


4-story 
as tr t Tom before he the 
excellent selection vou bu 
vallable at ma 
bee Fae 


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8 ui Bookcases, 
A. a3 nets, 
Bete tumers, 


$32 40 
s2° 
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om 81 90 


aimoest | 


Refrigerators 


O8. Frigideire. Guar. Del. 619 Ue 
BLOCKS 


» OFFICE FURN. 


PRE-INVENTORY & tS ola nec ss 
CLEARANCE iy Ae al 


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,  Teever boo KT 


“REFRIGERATOR. 
CLOSEOUT 


We are closing out entire atc 
fully peareusees 


Frias 


Reconditioned and New 


150 Desks—$12.50 Up 
150 Chairs—3$2.00 Up 


Storage cabi- 
tile cabinets, cos- 
card files—and S#FRIGE 

many other items. Wash- Tecate 
ington’'s Finest Office Fur- STove. i031 ih ne 


riture af Lowest Prices fea ee oes _relvignrter 
Ever. nt 


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s\ock 


use 
RE Se open & co. 
-9 


as offer 
STANDARD T} 
Oth mn Eves 


“yA. ‘seas. 


Business 
Furniture Sales 
ME. 8-1586' & 
RUG 


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472. St N.W sahgien” 
i) is 


OFFICE FURNITURE 
SPECIAL PURCHASE 


75 ROOMS OF USED EAFCU TIvt 
OFFICER PURNITURB FROM THE SAVE 20%-50% 
’ ; . 


Room Size or Weall.te-Wall 
ANY FABRIC-——ANY COLOR 


Factory Outlet 


— Oris. cost 


ecs + castel : 


nt oe nee 
Bank of é \cland 


wool 
Prac 
per yd 
MOVING 


cost 


Luswuri 


broadioom, 


all 
Qray -green 


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+ 


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Pile Cabinets pus high pile 

Rockcases A 
Los 


party 


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Private 
sacrifice 


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at 
te 73% 
PRICES BORN HERE AND 
RAISED SrWHER 
PREE DELIV Y AND PARKING 
Manhattan Off ce Equip. Co. 
639 nN. Y _Ave _NW 


OFFICE FURNITURE 


3 
EXTRA FINE BUYS Te ner 


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$42 50 SCR CREEN N 


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All steel 

Fine condition 

sks— Reconditioned 
tive and secretarial 

lp © 7s 

sks—Cirev and u 

. rote and typist desks. eds 36 a 

250 om —v 


Pulm 


storace for of. 
5 


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$39.50. Values sEWING mAC i Six 
ring. 


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iF YOU WANT THE : 
BEST IN USED OFFICE 
FURNITURE. SEE US 
FREE DELIVERY 
WASHINGTON OFFICE 
FUKNITURE CO 


HE 
A4nnapo Rd 
Sho ne Center—t!? 
E Moatsgmery Ave 
1) -4 364 


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tone cabinet 505. 

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ORGAN —T sed Esiey ¢ orsan. 
(rpe in good 

$495. ST. 3-0406 J RDAN't 
er lath & 

ORG aN FMW url iteer spine 


5. Both in xcellen 
SAS 

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era rere. A 
TV combination radio “OE 
cre ’ *” 


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16-in. 


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or oe A eesumenty leo one 
| Mason & lin. OF. 3-9400.! 
JORDAN'S. oorner i3tn & OG Bts 


} and. Weber 
— Hall. is A . Am 
Ss ang a wo 
nabe 6 rand Exc 


I nade square grand. | 
Diary! ae condition. Phone Hay- 
t 4-3230 evenings or "week. 


profes- 
joe prices 


“Dareaing ] in 


bu : akes: rent. sel! 
trade » aETCM ELL BALES CO. S6ia 
vatts - § Baas 


5 

cond 
Re 

taple $2 “ Corona Remmin gion $1 $0. 


ri PeWRiTERS. NEW AND USED 


portables ar stan Cards. $) 00 per 


niral. 2018 14th 5 
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—JORDAN SE have values in 
all type 
selection 


8) iver Soring 
Suburban stores open 
ning. Park in front 


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every eve 
PIANO hh 


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fully wuarant rec 

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auto 


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above the library) OPEN THURS 


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JORDAN S&S THREE STOR cor 

13t tr G sts. ne. (Phone bd & 

9332 Georgia ave ' 
Phone JU. 58-1105) 

Lee me tt Arlington. Va 

KE 8.5060 


- eat wey 

tbs “hen Suara 

* Center & Garage 2na & 

wb. 6-1542 nial 
BECAUSE 


Our Furniture Department 
is Celebrating Its 


Ist ANNIVERSARY 


Your. Signature Is Worth 

3 COMPLETE ROOMS OF 
| Furniture For Only 
NO MONEY DOWN $219.95 


HERE'S WHAT YOU GET 


330 a’ a x“w 
Re 
SENOS ee Wurlitzer _ cactronic 
pianos oniy $319 See t 


tare 
1330 Go 


, “Tull Keyboard con - 
sole- — Instrumente in very goed | 
condi ttes $395 25. down 
eqepas ‘SB corner rath & GO Bu 

Neilson ie ane 

erand. wou 
new A we aA for 
eon $200 KA 


pon Room 


lockable. ost occas x 


seal 
—hevetal recondilionea us. md tadles matching cock? 
Plain cases that ae ~ and 2 beautiful decorator 
Bedroom: 
ove 5-o is 
rer Seems a 
Touble. size bed. clus 


Beautifu! 
ar 


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lows 


Kitchen 
A modern §.-olece dinette set 


Dea! Direct With Pat Regal 
Ne finence or loan companies ime 
volved 


You Get Immediate Credit 
Approval and Delivery 


Regal Clothing & 


Furniture Co 
LUCKY 711 Tth STREET ww. 


Taree WANTED i3 


= ANTIQUES 


WANTED 


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"Mo BIC "25. 


Used spinets. 
inets. §& 


THURA 
STRIPs — Bleck. oe” 
JA » 12 : 
s” tit arbor sew. 4% 
stand. moter end access 
165 takes al) 97 


——e=- "Oy, COD Calls now 
<. beet offer. 324 Penna. ave. se 
fter 6 


3-speed auto 
give-away 


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JA. 8-9463 
JA. 8-9185 
cA ky 


THIEVES MARKET 


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Washington's leading dealers. for 
better grade used _ refr stors 


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ms vein thorigane -Ractal). civil . ' : Consider These ag geege ee | Jilo and rata ili Progressive Firm 
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tae sheet ora eerriters. sls 3 8 |For the Ambitious and) giicht REFUELING, INC The continued growth of |W. C. & A. N. MILLER 


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AND , ae.. peowe : > we APPLY — | interested in learning CARPENTERS | fice routines and detail, and 
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Furniture  eaedeshibaeane | ate rogerty , tho ts cons | ASSEMBLERS he cy Bp mee Fg Ae ~ 
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man . Gel eat. °.--"asogo| EMPLOYMENT OFFICE |D. C. | SHEET METAL TRAINEES ne Menge end be ready te 
WANTED eae ith omist Renies... MACHINE SHOP HELPERS | Se ne eee ee DRAFTSMEN 
JA. 8-9630 17 K NCH” . 1341 G St. NW., Rm. 200 mer te For full information, Set himself. He should be well 
Wajters. py — - of hoe Sl Acply in Person balanced, energetic, have good 
JA. 5.8814 Houseman, night’... aS || Barts man, , ~ Administrative — rivers. eal. MON. THRU FRI of | personal habits, and get along 


‘ oe " ) permit | J with people. Experience in 
TOP CASH PRICES PAID | Seek, Alex. ++ $60) Roeder rt Bee Career ong meat man. pi SAM. TO 4PM Pea vA oe valle | making adjustments, handling| -Fer detailing of ie es Steel. 
fouseman 


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WE BUY EVERYTHING | ‘ ts { : : ei ' ints, . helpful. enced men p 
ONE ITEM OR ENTIRE ESTATE! Soi t ne Li | meen hs sles ect. design. 610.990 Opportunity " if es. i cs x 7 MELPAR, INC. | Seo * : 7 ox ae a oS Sr ever! Haat men isn foi = 
. Tie sae cl. or oh and sth ¢ T. coll. grad, supr develep Sxpe yon in leading pharre- boys, Uhhe, summer work : CASHIERS 35 it will be difficult to fit oes ss he si aw A eat 


tr 42) white ipa FRONT OFFICE of verse prog a 
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* STOCK intenance man iod’s $50 gram offers ct over: Sede eae Air Brake Co waive @ ae degree for in | Uses 
me + etre | aq B~ ” ,ovgsusenesee al telligence st sona 
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JA. 8-9630 aN rac rico Washinaten’s Larsest Acencs | : <0 ee Many’ or. col (1) bik. off Jefferson Davis Hwy SHE N PA chance to learn and grow in 8) perience, <aed™ y arpllabiit sna 
SALES ee HOTEL 


local organization holding a) glery expected 
pn 52k =| PARTIAL LISTINGS ON | ait eonalt Thee No. 2-a512| Route |, at South 15th St.) le perisotion x 


males | = ey: | on = ree of subuthe ry > . 
SS eae “COLUMBIA” Nat Food co. areas Hieen Bend te ~ AUTO ) MECHANIC CASHIER Please make your letter of ap- 


te hs ee are a phcatien Cary species 66 te 
rene 


0-eBy bon “) —e 1 ee— | education, experience and | 
PARTIAL LISTING ONLY aie trainees. CHAN AUTO PARTS SALESMAN = BIOLOGICAL — gare — ; 
co " 


| License not req.: man with former . dus o d train qual per- | personal circumstances, and| 
oar+ service exp. acceptable; starting) Join this “tynamic, oales t om 33 | SCI ENTIST oon mae Se day or| persuasive—make it sell your- DEIVER gad seheral dul . week, 
salary of $2.01 hr. piva eo. dene. re and still ero i rn * ore benef self. with abdihty to learn guics 
tite: excel. Opportunity te edtein 38000 $10 ’ rt n bes steady © worker 
$300. | , - 8 or eauivalient in pnvrsi- ences. A ri 
Ores SONAL ear PO wat w against . . L P. ©. Box 6472 
11394 Mess. A . Th a commissions led . wy @r. > . os ' 
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for t repres. $17 000- $00 | ts a : activi. |(REM=SES 
ate dit. res.- —- 


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VIATION TRA 7, BOOKKEEPER-ASSISTANT ect in be, ine} W we on ore position Im | SLECTRICANS (7). mechanics ontr: 


ARCHITECTURAL DRAPTSMAN—| Poo ot te OFFICE MANAGER Baul 00. =| Si dod ci tive tn a NW ares 


te ei 

perienced. In repiy submit work {fice of | downtown eute- rs hte mmgyren ve 

samples and state education - wos gerne rehip. Must have cx mes = K be 
ence. age ip — 


. ex 
pe and h . my 
owe | references x oun xcellent . : ELECTRONIC 
EMPLOYERS PAY FEES : x ) . CHINES ——— perience Demonstrator = fur- —- ” ” , Herat om SERV! or ENGINEERS 


7 car “ " , - 
wine FT| Bah sac] pate SE. | PAR INC. | arene 1a RANE Oe! Bante" Sa, “Tat 
ek. . Foted u- , good 6a ' . nar. Computers, Ber vos. Hine: 
rn Airline traffic clk 60 cations of men te «0 as u " | Recyp—cined oi posses mee, pos 
pees clk }. 26 hre re 
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mw aes ' des Darr. -car eest.. typing any Leres mie id west wee ne firm in| inception through development 
n : . 
MISCELLANEOUS fase th ochan ies *. lecel ced| and production ond inte the 


: . Outetendime and chs in mosiate peed 
ma $500 exrperien cus ' w . 1b. te $20.000 rear 
ies men Gan buliding ¥ an¢ - ee -~ w fi lowing, to P'boas as D Liberal emploree efite, 
non ve 


, ,. _ : seiecte “quant ton ure ; : r pel ymers aryiené an - including pension 
0c PER 100 LBS. | ACCT. TO $10,000 er. ath el De SS on we chitecss” and *enelnces rr : Eisler Ghist chemust ie apgud sister ore ‘ypu Sex ‘ 


ahECT, TO 310 e cst uct aettion, Seis girine, detae on, eduseton 
CAST IRON | titel ic ic) “ENineeti pivigion™| ie tain, “he Ee meee ep wie: | COUNTERMEN = | * teh Rew BN 
accta. exp @ $6000 our sdverti mation : LJ | ~~ 
Bk pr. retail. downtown $100 m: ! pies : Leader Desire F TIME 
$1.50 PER 100 LBS. SPSS — iin iath 4 : mS Sition ems experi- ; OPERATORS — time hae potenti! for 06: nay Oh NIGHT 
WAGE RAG & BAG CO. siculator. light Bixee... $90 ADMINISTRATIVE officer, 23-45 epee, pales he remen ts ministr aft an Savane 
$15 L 8, OW. DI. 17-8007 . or ang. | qn , TRAILWAY New ELECTRONIC 
including wage = ee or vance Cc 
Sedat e.| “OTHER “BOSONS "| Sinikedustacd wranstans £2 | Baar Bites BUSES ets i “efit oi Arete | "creased Wage Scale SENIOR 
ks. furn.. , enine. jess , paste. a ee te 1 te ive wee): and in aR. re of Cooks. co! ar SALESMEN f ors in_¢t recres Excellent chance for 
iene : or? “te| tebeec ensasl ust tesheas, seen Sis rm. "and boars | Hoult stiseatam “sapsbie'st stilits| No Experience Necessary Br ee ck edversement. Many ELECTRONIC 
* least obit ae Bus and Saocesere. me 3s - sroven yeas ow " rou Too ate we eatees "as frinee company its 
itred. Alex.. ¥ we . - er tnt ¥ouLo ~| Denefite evelladic lerment available. Experience 
ne aping clk =| ARLINGTON-ALEX oi "3 of —High | educat for the - ae. wd unnecessary. ENGINEERS 
yn FAIRFAX.-F schoo ation 
A ie ae rary ‘yA ie? Ae eae ai-| sage tranen, pl. ged. cs ; —Good personality, character! send roam ox wipe toute: | LITTLE TAVERN! ae anna 
: Thalnee. ee : —Ability to meet pubic wick ‘beike-Caltenset Company, SHOPS. INC 
of ~—25 to 35 years of age Muskegon, Michigan. P . X-RAY 
-- 420 —-5-foot 8-inch tall or more ’ ’ , 
" . Wi eds con na Famous for Hamburgers 
Electronic & Mechanical sedge hag. an “} Me: ec catbaecpae ae . LIGHT 


aN i OS rat > RAY. . | Apply 5100 Georgie Ave. fy 
ENGINEERS ee eae ee Oe re ee | eee 
reinee. * . . 209 ‘ “ 
4 ise! Apply in person’ resell Pa, % rns saliceg Miwisings, ee pale. "I. 


Ph icists y EA . oly fnewledee. off figures and typing a NIN + 

: BAER Mah ae MOTOS | Tm | RS At | naan __| PPD 

An Invitation Supt. of Transportation | MAYFLOWER HOTEL | CREDIT MANAGER cND BESOME TO 

9 to 5, Tuesday and Wednesday COME AYE CURR hw | See ar aaa ae 

Yoo Better Jobs Open At SAFEWAY TRAILS sng. receiving | CHAIN BENDIX 
stains 7 "Li Kats, Maryland's largest 

Way of Life— aa for advancement. Ca LI. poet 2 ay — ang 


Nee en sor hereree| FRIEZ 
oo sts sans fram Melgar ERCO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER | ae Bidens 


Bcemen s oaks ab VLAD 
ME any es we op -- ongaa? Toy na and vast vatiet*S 


AIR TRAVEL AGENCIES 
NEED 


Send name. ac- : resume of — beenproune, 6 
ope, and phone number to Many factors combine to make for a better way of as Fey “Preston. x, %- 
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life for engineers whe join Meipar. Located in Engineering Experience in plant layout and design of struc- Char . Baltimore | 
suburban Falis Church, Melpar is set in peaceful ture and facilities. 2 to 4 years experience. | 
surroundings away from congested traffic areas and AERODYNAMICISTS Submit resume to Mr. John Finn, Personnel ENGINEERS 
within easy commuting distance of Washington. ' Department 

DESIGNERS ELECTRICAL - MECHANICAL 
Should you join Melpar you would tie your own 
peatensional growth sn’ thet of 4 ali tne Due te commercial expansion program ef the electronic 


deulited tes dan eave 90 teastea ter On cnt Gaede DESIGN CHECKERS Sperry Piedmont Company Division of Electronics, Corporation of America offers 


attractive openings im the field of ELECTRONICS and 


Melper maintains @ policy of INDIVIDUAL RECOGNI- DIGITAL PROGRAMMERS MECHANICAL Engineering for development and pre- 


TION which enables our engineers to progress accord- eee 

ing to their own timetables, not prearranged ones. ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS DIVISION OF SPERRY RAND CORP. WASHINGTON INTERVIEWS 

Ability and performance primarily determine ad- Rigas Sunday thru Tuesday, June 10-12 

an. teaches correct Baslish, vet vancement. Age, tenure, length of experience are MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Charlottesville, Virginia Phone S. T. Blumenthal EXecutive 3-5038 


OR SUBMIT RESUM 
only secondary considerations. 


ee TECHNICAL WRITERS ELECTRONICS CORP. OF AMERICA 


engineer to experience the OVER-ALL APPROACH 10 Potter St., Cambridge 42, Mass 
BOOELET Bo. it : TEST ENGINEERS 

w. Y. Mer enthaler Linotype School to an engineering problem, thus enabling him to , , ‘ 

ate tal broaden his experience and background, essential to A erican Machine & Fouridry Co. 


eventual directorship responsibility. Each project group 
oa YF. is responsible for an ENTIRE problem, from intial Professional ADVANCED RESEARCH DEPARTMENT 


fae  aulck 3 Rev. | oye conception to completion of prototype. ‘Tank seen ail CONTRACT 


eght; a9 roved 
Danes eke 


pares Se a Tae Complete facilities are at the engineers’ disposal. Our Has Immediate Openings For 
yrs.), FA. 8-240 new laboratories encompass over 285,000 air-condi- ' ADMI N IS RAT | N 
tioned square feet and offer, in addition to a Central : O 
SURSES NEEDED) st Sm seraceeey tomer seer | Office MATHEMATICIANS 
eae Thess dogs ond ‘nak and personnel avilable for immediate use within each 
© duty: excel. poy, Day-evening- Multi - plant electro - mech 
classes. Né bigh school nee Project group. PERSONNEL CLERK Mathematical analysis experience rts ie on 


organization located in suburban 
Engineers wishing to work toward higher degrees may 


, New York has several! attractive 

om take advantage of the fully accredited graduate courses SECRETARI ES " digitat nes openings for men with experience 

"Ete ati oT = available at Meipar. 
ei 


in the administration of various 


SUEDE IEETE| 1 you wuld te w lun move abet te |ShOp PROGRAMMERS _ | emus 


owth i : \ , 
rice unique gr Opportunities at Melpar,- call COMBINATION FIREMAN Digital sputer experience 1. Staff Assistant to Contract Director 
0 ah aye rea Technical Personnel Representative and FIRE INSPECTOR enced. in the analysis and coordination 


ef government contract proposals with 


| Must be thoroughly familiar with fire fighting equip- ANY BENEFITS INCLUDE some provions experience in contract 
: #4 pour” alse JEfferson 4-6000 ment used in oe industrial organizations. nat ae j ; * reesei tints 

o. Harrison O 4 : t ¢ Mel , a’ ite insurance for emproyees 

r Grivée out to par and inspect SPRAY PAINTERS Paid hospital, surgical, and medical expense 2. Attorney 


Get a Better Job our laboratories at your convenience benefits for employees and families Experienced in all legal 


haces of 
ee ' government contracts either a6 atter- 
yping 


O* SPEEDWRITING OPENINGS EXIST IN THESE FIELDS: INTERVIEWS Sick leave. Paid holidays and vacation a a ee with 


X WEEKS" Permanent employment and retirement plan 
Network Theory—@ystems Bvaluation—Micrewave Technique— , 

“IN NSIX'V UHF. VHF or GHP Receivers—Analog Computers—Magnetic Monday—Friday Periodic reviews for salary increases 3. Contract Administrators 
Print 3 Tape Mandling—Digitel Computers—Radar and Counter meas- oe various hie i 
3- at fis tuner Sasteantg ges feo tener Cireuitry—Mie- 8—3:30 P.M Contect Mr.’ EW. Marclay famille lige’ wtp "All “sondes eek phase 

Pilters— in- 
ministurisation—Bleetre-Mechanical Design—@mall Mechanions able contract pov ge oe Magy net 

King 9-9110 o> ene 
~—@Quality Control and Test Engineering—Antennae Design. Saturday by Apc intment 9g sceeten tat eta to oom. 


contracting pane oats 
Cost Analysis 


MELPAR, Inc. ERCO DIVISION The American Machine & Foundry Co. Please send complete resumes incindine salary 


requirements to. 


A sbsidairy of Westinghouse Air Brake Company. 7 ADVANCED RESEARCH DEPARTMENT | 
3000 Arlington Bivd., ACF INDUSTRIES, INCORP. —=_—* "F101 North Royal St, | | Box M-219. Post-TH 


Falls Church, Va. Riverdale, Md. WA: 7-4444 Alexandria, Virginie 


) Following Poon 
ee”. ; | . dion 


18 HELP. MEN 1S|MELP, MEN , MEN ub) THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
fom uteL.-6~ ~~ Jorn Sunday, June 10, 1956 D3 
ENGINEERS | 


| | a a 
ARMA announces nT, x | A HIN] T ae--_ 382, 000 
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS INERTIAL | eet COLLEGE MAC STS ve son RAN cy bs Daily 


ependable? Deo you sinc 
Experienced ves rs ae a 


Technicians Can you fill (NAVIGATION 34. encep GUARDS —|_ With Small fhechanisme | SR far"ize wr dee Sess Circulation’ 
stares one of these DEVELOPMENT _ | DESIGN ENGINEERS a A a Captba ot Working t Clom A 3 
ol e need 15 men 


Ex-Servicemen with recent 


| NGTON, D.C. sitions at military police experience STENCO epee, Anower | for Washington Post and 
OUTSTANDING beni Mas PROGRAM a at an oslo desired. Apply "1004 18th 3t werk or Gr Times Herald classified ad- 


tw 
cm, mechanical and slectr al | Well Equipped Shop Facilities cone, ° | 


CAREER en with te vertisers. To pl ad 
OPPORTUNITIES! ——awtenvitws MARTIN |For An ee PHYSICAL EXAMINATION eens MoMas gorges | verter To place you 
ADVANCED = gts REQUIRED Wages ae With Be na Shao WA Phone 
SAGE SYSTEM von Builder of the : is, “recognition. re- ~— MOTION PICTURE — REpublic 7-1234 
ENGINEERING EARTH SATELLITE AIR FORCE its professional em -| INTERVIEWS DAILY Mary Company Ounaiite ie end = printers. | p 
WRITERS ond the | curate “with experience. Mite i LIGGET oo Bg ot HELP, MEN “ts 
INTERCONTINENTAL MISSILE P work in @ small oreject group- Apply in Person OFFICE worker for “clerical 4 ree: PRESSERS 


Local interviews now in where our contributions 

, POSITIONS WITH BALLISTIC MISSILE. ckiy ste Z : = - . a ‘ ord work in rit 
being held to select FOR POS quickly stand @ _ © Clee Saturday By Appointmen sume same + Ri Be For retail dry cleaning» 
7 Nevieation offers imbursed frags study — x . m ¥ ends J. Seed var 


re- 
‘ essential Va ‘ cellent 
ne nieces, ected the most adv — ~~ concent outstanding benefits. 8 AM. to 4 PM. 112 NN. Pitt ot.. Alex. V : working conditions ay; time 
ern ng ‘ sculdance. recuirine no ter : Cen- 
rvti r. you WI BE orrice wr iat ad ce 
. Opportunities te feytrial source of enetsy 96 | Sota Wonk” i: | ERCO DIVISION | ie a: “by BRRA Peron 
rv 


| RI —— Wool. full 

program. Classes sched-| BRIER . me job. re 

uled to start in June, | HUGHES gest in is i+ | . Design and Development of | ACF Industries, MELPAR, INC. | 3 Re: . ~~ B see teorone ber € Ine jon 
Jul August and Sept ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS cree the guidance prob- | Racer Ante Riverdale, Md. WA. “vs 4444 | ne. —e 5 mmece lslend 
: . | Experienced in load anal- SS PadecSeter ondaasee veel ) OFFSET |Ppopucs . MAN — Exper, in 7 ase 
. | oat + . 
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA | ysis and circuit design in- While the principles are sim- 1 with STYLIST—A" are antocd | dy BFL ney CAMERAMAN | hee Mr. She nee. 8 to 12. Jumbe 
$32 Benning 14. ne 


HELP, MEN 15, HELP, MEN 15, HELP, MEN 1S HELP, MEN 


) and - 
BU RROUGH S | | volving high voltage sys | rt ances reatigatios _ lnveives uipmen |. i -  R, -y - 2900 xauyp. ood Stores. 3 | 
t. ARMA ¥ successes in the required, Call MINS. NOY wee ted vA. One for cameramen in gual. ~~? a eee rie ° 

| | oe oS Cee creation of precision instru-|OPENINGS NOW FOR : | | Riy"lithographie plant: enlz Jour-| Pending Virginie : 

| = Sr | ' Nerviews a0 ee ED | ; Hennage Lithograph Co 


e JI P. AERODYNAMIC ENGINEERS 
4e cations. fit it uniouely for a/ . Structures Design ours 9 to 3. Call 
maior rok h “ 


. _ ~ —— ‘ and vanc ec rdinetio 
MILITARY FIELD | ferweane able 2x;| Senior Engineers and high ree a ee mF RR CUPERVICOR sprints Keser An sR |“ RECAPPING AND 
. , level staff specialists i | Design 
The betaht of tmarinative re- - Mochenteal , ... | § large manufacturer in persenced MACH N STS powoptenmamepenty 1 VULCANIZERS 


SERVICE DIV. joadine center for advanced tiec- performance, stability and : and engineering | Microwave Tra ¥) ne desire ; 
cee. reouired . Riectrical Design om te rvieo” Peir ae PAINTERS TWO—EXPERIENCED 


control. aerodynamic heat- ont u . fs 

- ~m" : nstallation Abi ity te wire and 

| ing, wind tunnel testing the com-| And you'll be living and werk- | operate 402, 514 S19, 077, to 10 years’ experience. | EXPERIENCED OWLY ALSO SHOP FOREMAN 
Extensive Travel—USA | design sase of —— 4 ne wuld-| ing in ‘SS city located in the nowledee of card cesign, be cape ef precision APPL JAFFE 5-day wk. Crockett Service 

| end new design. an adv 8 *| heart of the Berkshires yout and report des sigp co. am _— ‘eapertenee pre- | _—$it- 13TH ST NW tion W usen Biva sod ervice Bia. 


1 lar 4m I . rom-| convenient te all the cultura! giving background, qua ations. oa ton « 
Reseaor, Mer Fu Sa y Mv . Norweed an and sports activities this ares resorenese. * an Post equire- | ~ BATENT ATTORNEY REFRIGERATION mech. 


loyee Benefits "June 14 and iS to con-| YSIS ek. u-| is renowned Box M-149 : oe 
ploy 4 . renee OPERATIONS ANAL ) plec with exjrecrdinar’ bi Graduate attorney with Geeree is Appl ‘Mon. ay ‘Girard * nares 
SEND TI T A TI : , r 
7-2131 ow ay oF ae | tal d a ‘ d pe recy anger condisene “ ex- coruy IN CON? cme TO BM MA | N 7 RRE L E ing Member of Berne Sdmiied| § £0 = = 
sublie 7- a roe versified experi- | treme velocities. temperatures “208, Pos ( H : Patent | von. 
and accelerations | , 3h — a ee white. know oll 


ence to advise design per- q0e 
Requirements Technical nel as to actual operat- Immediate openiner for i OPERATORS OPERATORS | ) " : isin Gan _  - ~ aaa ss owe 
institute training and/or anditions and appraise | Subervisory and Stati positions ENGINEERS | = wy yy noora- —————y 
. ina c , . : it ome oenlce it ¢ n @ 
equivalent practical @x-| As 6 Mushes Engineer aod in. completed design. eligi ag SYSTEMS an he os ak i | Sai Seeatt aftentes Gempaay'st-| fog wean Appt Willa 


Must be capable of making | tt Compeny of. Top weers. A za” a ae arant 
, " rkines of many 
perience or military - gx Sp fea tion . at advanced | SENIOR ENGI! NEERS ee 


ments and #9 i a te. for| efeke Arnold 2-¥ bus from 11th) nerman peed Cel! Mr 

sation and fT l . ENGINEERS IN: summer ome ~ pe *| end & ins ow. & plant entrane.) Ores ~ LA SRP, for sppoint- 

cially precision ecyroscopic mi. ag . terview wo wo) E 

. ystems Thom nas 7 Pisher & Co. 738 15th 


; IBM Dept. of large @x- ewan eet up ' ' excellent & Son Rear Mars oF 7 
or 0 r : com - aos CLER 
training in radar, sonar eer eeriaat operations! | Contact ENGINEERS EVALUATION — Company for IBM ran wees ms a om CLeae— =~ nee: must 
and similar electronic end maintenance handbooks and | ENGI NEERS Machine Operator, to Breet lent opportunity tm ee 
equipment. | process accounts payable. : 


way rou i PERA Pa 
| PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATE ENGINEERS Inertial Guidance System Must know how to operate ~ . periodic rate J r : a) mal cue : O “MAN 
| EMPLOYMENT OFFICE | expanrencen m: 402, 519, 077 and 082. | , 8-day Ar s| We operate on an incentive 


You will receive additional ‘rain- Ad . Must also have extensive APPLY /¢ } ; plan—substantial usrantee— 
| fue im the Hughes Research and | heii “Air Force Arh , 9 
WASHINGTON | je the Hyspes ecear " Systems Evaluation Missile key punching hackground, an, en Vanke Exp one reves a week = qualify, see 
av ru re "s an i] 
17-4622 es OF r. Hall arter 


par 
INTERV! EWS with the advanced modern Hughes 5-day, 40-hour week; paid 
Wed., June 13 and — M, .R | IN |Gyroscopics Unlimited enpertunity for profes-| vacation and sick leave. 8 am. to 4:30 p.m. PARKING ATTENDA ANTS—Over ‘18;| 2:00 P.M. OLD COLONY 


| * sional growth for engineers with experience required, mus * a, LAUNDRY, 6820 Bi 2 
. ° ' | + kl ‘2 a ‘ ; + air oad, 
Thurs., June 14 ) ‘Digital Computers experience in the following areas:| Salary commensurate with 9  meeedeonncs NW 


12 NOON TO 7 P. M. | ig er ig 9 aoe tag eee eet eee — 


akan Hughes also offers you the oppor. Baltimore 3, Md. ‘Accelerometers | dale recuirem lechniaues APPLY | jac coon eee fs 
’ L : s-4D07T B80 ew n : | | 4 T hon oF 
CALL MR. JAMES L muete ~~ sored ent! 4 classes Tele et | GI ‘ NT FOOD STORES AHREND | | patent law of WA Pa i. ad 2 ROI FE 


Y Or 
BOL ree N CALIFORNIA ) PROJECT EFGINEERING 


ule ne anning functions program oncaey fu Prricay 
DISTRICT 7.2759 LOYOLA UNIVERSITY. . ENGINEER oF Guidance Systems | scheduling facility reauire- re. - ve be. y! . INSTRUMENT CO. | Patent | SALESMEN 
| 


1406 G St. NW. College Park. Md Administrator 


5678 


OR WRITS Reliability DATA ANALYSIS. Analog & 
, High Temperature Metallurgy é dig! as ate reduction proce- | ‘seat Young organic chemist for pos! . 
' ol ™ benefit ' oy “an M BERS in : 
BU RROUGHS “Company-paid insurance pro-| and Corrosion Research = =| crabitizing Devices psy a Insurance Underwriter ECHANIC HEL | tom im patent section of lead- | > TABLISHED 
‘ . : . 2 " ' , 
" i & — on Nuclear Flight Project smpts pS Pe a | Sern while you learn through « ye pave, ha between yas ing aa os D i sesesnaler | PERMANENT ROUTE 
Corporation | an A = gece p ~ “+4 Mughes | Servomechanisms | ground and sirterne instru- necseeety "We par ‘pabinaiens al ‘Greshound Garage, 1345 FB. YF.) . sy  — ounetiana 
combines advanta mentation . 
: 4 commission. plus car « —— ‘ : : 
arse firm with the Stmosphere; nis senior research position im fovenes In addition. er . AN| : u . | ; 
of & small one | the application of nuclear en- | A: onisticg Controls TELEMETRY. Ground and cir- | W7enes: 1B eddition. sroup lite in- MECH. a inati tof 1 S-day week, paid vaca- 
5] 1 N Broad Street ergy to “he fi eid of ft ist enatl . borne telemetry systems & tele- " 4) : ; year 
re with pay and a chance te build u ~——A manegem tion group insurance 
Philadelphia 23, Pa ki ) ay es Caen credits om disability ire-| time ool 2) BRAN avaliable, Liberal benefit pro- ' ° 
P ) | Thermodynamics | Salary—up to $12.000 for interview. 1810 L & NW er E} de MD gram. Send complete resume, | SICK leave. Apply ir 
Think how you end your family 4 (Commensurate with experience.) call ST. 3-7053 , age 5 . person = A M -4 Pp. MA 
———_+ wt , be effectively none : : — saies organ! sation (or ; . 
will enjoy a in Sout u- ea desianed to provide Environmental Research Moving allowance erranged JANITOR, colored. $150 mo: ears of age: good starting sa)- 
Miss ae , foo. Oo ar" 


metals and allors for : : commission and 
in eon 6irerait nuciear ~- resume im confidence te BOTD'S epportt 


m 
‘ : se : ty " 
tecamicpl writers, techn  ~* re, Teles g Ay | power plant. Weight Control echnical Personnel Dept. $00 | a + foe 8 Sh PERSONNEL T | Ip B - tt| ir 


other ie our . : > 
ore, PAREER.A-G se a end make an interview appoint © job requires @ Gearee tm experience helpful bu 


Th 'T f COLO | a 
hysical metalluray or meta)- ranstormers Geod job for man: garden-| Becessery Many compe Be | 
‘a = fursical fb -+5, and Stole | fits. transportation orovided Ap- ASSISTANT O O ex no 
Burroug Ss Mg years’ experience | in working | en person. Mr Stiefel. A person. Mr Caldwell. Oo . . . 
Military Eid Svc Div with hich : ratare of cers Production Test oi ayne st. Ari. (Opp | ge _ 8670 807 N ROYAL ST 
| poomee (AT direct! ly ee cated time Equipment Division fmmer Boseh Arms oo? ood reter- RA’ auto truck Al truc | ALE f . 
a t btaining an edvanced ercen City, Long island. ences. color = 7 Mion , ‘vacation and holidays LEX , VA 
Porras — Mechanical tf you qpent on obteining an edvances Pe ° pic red oat — cn Central Motor Co “OMe Pp an immediate! it ) 
here is Gearee may There's sienificant scientific reonne:, 1511 1201 Qronece st. Alex. V6 Osition immediately avail- | 


have 2-5 years experience here is, GPTTMATOS for seneral contractor 
an exceptional y .- ue 7 r E of the experience.’ gpstece inde eattene aa F pay for top flich man Only ov 3.] EAT Ct ver abie tor young man with ” lies 
Cea acat establish e1 | Publication of research results individual renown to be wor qualified ‘are. owere ‘ "this ‘ed. JUNIOR i MEA Cul TER personnel or business ad- | 


the oldest established ind ; 
organization in in the appropriate ciass! fied oF by The associated with vertisement Reply stying ae eet } 
Pully experienced Top seslary trat , Re. | ' 
White of col ministration cegres ° ROUTE SALESMAN 


Steady. mm. epen literature is encouraced ARMA snertias Navigation of experience and salary desired | EXE TIVE 
R 0" i in the West and sidwest | tary benefits ue o ( { | N 
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT (Openings POSITIONS, Cc viewing professional and Experienced or will train. We have 
. - 7 - 


seensenn any ~ te Bo M 03 Pos tT z 
LABORATORIES | ste Replies in Confidence. it — yoill, ARS You over forty end seeking | OPPORTI INITTY 1334 Mass. Ave, | Thomas Circle 
se ; ~ 

Satine Salary Requirements. to Ne ae PES? week ot! E> ve — ELUS cai Di. 27-9217 | technical personnel for 


CULVER CITY. CALIFORNIA | Box M-206. Post-Ti Premium rate 7 } res. mod s 21 
in the De. Approx ‘oy  piecement n i2 Doc positions in engineering. : 
ense Dept : -| mo -hel | Medical stor , $150 wk. | anteed salary while train 


i 
ENGINEERS am ee Tes FORTY! With one of the larsest and | To $200. Mrs. Clinie, Inguire| 5 — 
emical eners.. i (4) ed atevinn Of . a PLUS —— a —aate St 2. A oldest companies im ite Stes ST. 23-3664 | rogressive @ x + ing APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE 
ti en re ‘ exp. co us ' owences Arran in or man whe | re- 
rating ens oe Het talk it over. 10 to 3.| Coes t. oohe i. GRACE DUNN | organization rompt re 
| ee pd. 87800 Golarr—Ue to 815.600 NOD or ele che tat om hue & eee enna, |  Adll 2 BL MW. Mule 399-204 | plies assured. Salary $80 ARCADE-SUNSHINE 
(Commensulgte with experience) eid. 895 Dearnnie ‘Engl. 101 . , edical tor, wk. to $100 per week. Please P 
Al : x M-236 | forward complete resume 713 Lamont St. NW 


salaries and/ '} Wis us yy” Por More Information. Please ost TH e @* se mencgy 
7 A i 
~ 1048 >. | LL Af” 5 EMPL. > RV cn Submit Resume. in Confidence. te AN will be arenes’. we sinlee int 4 * Biase iF: to Box M220 Post, T-H. —— —— 
> ‘ ve - ' ten- 
c Experienced on sewer construction ve ACI DUNN SALES REPRESENTATIVE 


sponsibilities include inter- 


temac st. nw. ARCH. INC ington 7, D Technical Personnel Dept. 500 with knowledge of heavy bracine LANDSCAPE 


) George. Hyman Construction Co. ——— 

ARMA BE 1703p PLAN DRAWING M N— L RED BOLICE PRIVATES —PHARMACEUTICAL— 
c No experience required: if quali-' Pull end part-time position now AND MEDICAL DETAILING 
urniture SRS fed for training you will be al-| open with National Manufacturing 4077 $4806 
A A A NID WE NEED | jowed to earn $100 per week while | Corp. Car necessary. Men selected $ — Leading ethical pharmaceut eal 
WE RE EXP NDING, Division American Bosch Exce! lent opportunity for expert. ———. , © -yt- a - must oe pee Soot. we Leo M t ™ Cc nt manufacterer desires ausalified 
Arma Corp 33 - ‘ — so and better than $8000 your . tral Not canvassing onrgomery ounty, ‘gr yr H+ eee ston D. 

ond year in t 


: es. : ian ™ leasen st 
Roosevelt Field in 1927. K sales work pmo bane meng 9 Ll o. m. for fyli-time posi-/ Maryland 
Gerden Clty. L I NY rice furpit ot ¢- oa 3100 . ‘ ’ et College background in Ghermpsy, 
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS srten WEY | Sai Bea eens, eel fee seas pe | polis © ADJACENT TO | Ststt, anime? ot atic 
’ : M } ews. na. clr. 
? ’ culation work: car essential "some MEN WASHINGTON, D. od Salary. expenses. bonuses. car fur- 


i im the ar ea 
: : ; : * lead 
Experienced Investigator : : ; m the c . traveling; excellent advancement Rished if desired pius intensive 
tr : national publisher. Box 620, Post- | | HS. grad. or equiv. certifi-| training Experience desirabia 


Por large retell organizat - t ‘Tt rnishin but 4 
P} IYYSICIS S BS years old. married. | Excellent! devorati = nteed pal Fee ig —solore.| 10 Hours Per Week! ‘cate; Must be between 21-30,) 7" ’ mui 
employes venefite, vacetions with| Resular’ daily ho | apt. end utiis hate mon iin 5‘8”, excel. phys. cond. Ret.) WRITE. SCHERING CoRPoRA. 


apt and utils Miss se. tage Box M-212 ost-TH.. state 
Are you interested in working «| Plan, Annual & Sick Leave 


on. Ma 


Box San 197, ‘Post. ul, pericu- CHA AS gh ri few evenings & week and Sst to uniforms & equip. supplied & : SALES eS ORDINATORE 


Sule 1310 New _ York Ave .. a a AM LOOKING | oy sorvies “er on te maintained Apply Personne!| Ten. top flight sales executives 
Sn we farther im information . ey call Kr , R needed now 

| fete TR -y*,- m- oo | Office, Ge paige ce ~ —— whe cap present bli 

ib { inhe b 4 — iain | Cal, ay OF GER pler 2-| : ee Ss pu 

ENGINEERS—SCIENTISTS ere Gaui" $1883 "MEN COLORED |_3121, ext. 313 service intanelble with hon oty an 

Are you bewlidered t sed f for might dispe ing of se EARN $30 A DAY ‘pe ’ - 
New fields of activity such as automation and guided missiles, the advertioomente tor , *-—— —{ — a ae ; . 44 calls and «enera! elerical | t in appearance and | PORTERS eet of ee 210:bo0. “eg xi rte 
" ween - iy. 


r I : : ‘ ’ . = 
plus the continued rapid expansion of other projects and facili point of contact Inthe RECRUITING OF ENGINEERS ‘rnin | Sot,inoroushil.”s eres, Sa mete, AS eens, Mouths emcament 
ties, create immediate opportunities in the following fields for THE WASHINGTON AREA. Evidence of this is shown by the otk @ ad } en — 2 oS ae iy ie is yout opportunity 

act that hundreds of technological firms throughout the p.m. in winter; must have excel. , m.| CALL DI. 7-348 


PHYSICISTS, ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS and ME HANICAL country place their Technical Personnel requirements with us | SON "CO. 8 Apply A. P. WOOD-| only. See Mr. _ for 
| VE 


ENGINEERS Can you afford to pass up ~#@ service that th st. at iMichisas | | Pee: 
, os aathin ' = | . - , 
Costs you thing, nor obligates | “MANAGER” “TRAINEE . FALLS CHURCH LABORATORY SALES 


: ; > 
FIRE CONTROL Why not let us mendio ol gy details tn & “on- yy pana = ase, | CAREER 


fidential manner? Just tell us _ requirements—LOCATION, ~_—— which pey over 810.000) cosct to coast No experience re- 


PULSE TECHNIQUES anh P estate face wownce | fcind at Ete oy) SESE] fori “femenn res: |  SALESMEN 


COVERING THE COUNTRY NO COST OR OBLIGATION To 
you tions in Falls Church. Re- 


ret ees. F in! ri all Mr a up See M OLLETTE . 
MICROWAVE TECHNIQUES Call for rita NEERING SCIENTIF ic Dept. A _ fo “ 100 Monday, 9.30 Atia ntie Bid ove te 5, Room $12 ferences required. Many WANT ED FOR 


Division of employe benefits. 


IDED MISSILE COMPONENTS ottcna | EXCEP 


1108 th St. N.W. at L x 727 APPLY IN PERSON 
ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES >a cal sautosr | OPPORTUNITY 
RADAR tte te 


Used Cars—Upholstery—Freezer Men MONDAY THRO FRIDAY 
Now is the time to make the change that will alter “Se 
GUIDED MISSILE FUZING oT Fo See a eee Le ts [er ty ING 


COMPETITION. All the leads you can handle and the 


| 
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING DRAFTSMEN biggest incentive that we offer is a GUARANTEED | 
| 


SALARY plus commission. Inquire about our program 


PRECISION MECHANISMS ty applying at 3616 14th St. N.W. at 11 am. or 3 


‘Take Arnold 2-¥ bus from ilith 
p.m. on Monday or Tuesday. to plant entra 


BE sts. oF 
fam ip and have more iei- 
r time through 


MECHANICAL COMPUTING DEVICES Excellent opportunity for perma- lf you cannot apply Monday or Tuesday and wish | 10 = % 1. ve La ) ome {reser food buying 


nent positions with a top firm which to have a special interview, the number to cal! in tunity. pcoust dim ie we wit we ie 


QUALITY CONTROL AND RELIABILITY is rapidly expanding in the progres- Arlington A tage ag 2511. Mr. Walden: in Silver — ng, RO w personnel Oth {th 4 nee, the 


JU. 9-612). Potter; in $.E. Wash ngton, 
c ; ul 
ANALYSIS sive pulp and paper industry. | oca- 3777, Mr. Wolman. PORTERS—Janitory for imetnoveter | | interested we 


would like to see you for 
see Aly Arlington nt * 7 an interview 


HIGH-SPEED AUTOMATION MACHINERY ae oe | omni YS 
ELECTRO-MECHANICAL PRODUCT DESIGN DESIGN ENGINEERS—M.E,, C.E,, ENGINEER cise s-2008 


or equivalent education with three a 
SHOCK AND VIBRATION ANALYSIS AND quivalent educat th t RE sg 


IMULATI or more years experience, not nec- | | 
S U ON essarily paper mill, for piping, struc- Does your present position contain wo sed 4 canta precteon 
- iDie [ame 


PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES tural, plant layout, and design. any elements of these activities? | ih o's wa na ang 
| prod hey like us. The 


li u 
s We have (9. competition in a 


Engineers at all levels of experience are needed . Emerson DRAFTSMEN —— College degree 
is a steadily growing organization, and offers challenging not required but must have at least 
assignments. eae B benefits, including graduate study three years experience, not neces- 
programs, are available. sarily ne mil| . 


—Mechanical Development —Hydraulic and Servo Systems Design 
—Stress and Vibration Analysis —Instrumentation Engineering 


A few openings for engineers with 2 or more vears’ experience in these 
areas and the ability to apply their basic knowledge effectively to concepts 


Evening or weekend interviews will be arranged at your convenience. 
in advanced aircraft engine design and development | oy 5 io to 4.30 op. m 


Complete resume including educa- 
tion, experience, present salary, and 


TU. 2-6800 late photograph if available should These opportunities are outside the usual run of engineering positions, with PARK. LAWN 


be sent to: well defined promotional! possibilities im a Gepartment of a long-established 3 miles nert ot Besnecte 
company, where expansion has been continuous. Remuneration is commen- 


. | ABORATORI ES , surate with the advanced nature of the assignments. The engineer is accorded SALESMAN Ynterestina aide 
EMERSON RESEARCH high professional status and there are additional benefits of satisfying nature flint’ and. mailing ra 
HAROLD E MILLER The location in a Northeastern resort area is marked by exceptional cultural sis. We are 
701 La @) t St N W ry virgin to porer Virginia 
mon , vv. 


and recreational advantages. The product offers stability in its appeal to both nis. Box No. M-256, 
Technical Director x 


commercial and military markets. 
Washington 10, D. C ssl in f men averace 
° , , giving details of education and experience in ur 
West Virginia Pulp and Paper Cornpany  Sesaegtn ee tock." Plan vie bat 


A Division of Emerson Radio & Phonograph Corporation — | Covington, Virginia | 
Box M-210, Post-T.¥ 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
D4 Sunday, June 10, 1956 oe 


Al 5000 " ~ HELP, MEN ne | 
SALESMEN | 


the 


When you take time 


Circulation 

means quicker sales results 
for Post 
Times Herald classified ad- 


money 


working for 


RENAIRE 
101 EYE ST. SE 


CORNER OF © J. AVE. AND EYE 


Washington and 


vertisers. To place your ad 


for Sunday 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


HELP, MEN 


723 MN. Wash. Bived 
adbtes From Post Office 


SALESMEN 


summer sales work 


for 


per month Travel 
paid Dignified 


tobacco. 
Pe 


detalis 


guar. salary 
back- 


nearby 
ws exper saat 
dara Cigar 
, i st. ne 


BALESMAN —Estabd! ished 

wholesale candy aac | 

pany: must hay Dw 

_peraen, 691 ‘ sib ow = 
BA 


ESaMAN 
THE SHAW.W ALKER CO 


Trainee-office 


present position, 
ete. Deo net phone 


SALESMEN 
$5000 PER YEAR TO START 
SECURITY PLUS EXTRA COM 
MISSION. THIB Is 4 SALES Po- 
. PUTURE AS 
OR. BRANCH 


* MANAGER 
R EXTRA COMPANY 


Ts 


givine 
n ground. 
m. "Fevacee Ci Co, | ~arau 


for 


route 
bac co om 


>AN EARN 
PER YEAR 

wrens Tl 
TRAINING P 


a TO 
Wilh ; 


getic young man who is realy in THIS 
terested in & career If Sales WOTk LJ Ee: 
Through training leading to per 
manent assignment territory 
representative. Good and 
employee benefits. Age 21-28. Ap 
iy_ 605 J3th St. SW FD CAR REQUIRED 


RALESMAN—Men 's ATE THIA SOLID 


furnishing 
desirable. rotating ; } i ; : 
° : star 1017 NETY 4S 2" Lets leads 
Airport store wK ' ; INTER VIEW 


XPERIENCE PRE. 
OP.- 
FOR 

JE 


Memorial Park 


Church Va 


SALESMEN 


Nationa! 
Fal . 


Clean Cut Neat 
Appearing Man 


Between 30-30 vre. of age. to work 
recent, pened fac 


ha 6-i201 for per: 


Exe 


cloth ng 


ervenced in 


Preter 


selling men's 
one with a 


toillowing 


Apoly 3rd Floor 
Employment Office 


WASHINGTON STORE 
LANSBURGH’S 


7th. th. & E Sus. NW 


SALESMEN 
$150—$250 PER WEEK 


4 neat seppearifne men with cars 
t. some ona - 


ne ype 
ness jee fers for 
™ BUREA' 


the 
he | gain “ 
t . ss - 

MR. *iXBOLD" H. Pais: 
2025 eee Island Ave. NE 
DAIL 10.30 TO 4:30 


IMMEDIATE a vara emo 
STARTING slupethianbatiemiad 
SALARY 


$77 Per Week 
Plus Incentive Bonus 


and Commission 
Starting Immediately 
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSA 


SALESMEN 


SALES 
FOOD PLAN MEN 


HOME FREEZER 
FOODS 


Offers To 
Experienced Clc 


SBiiven? oPrRos nn 
Babe 


ON PAID 
ry 


MEP 


CAR NECESSARY 
sers 
CALL 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M 


For 


24-HOUR 
24-HOUR 
NR PRE 


/ ¥ Le 
LoHesT COM) 


mM‘ SNTMD ‘ NUS P 
ANNUAL PROPIT SHARING 


Interview Appointment 


WA. 7-2299 
"SALESMEN—COLORED 


LOOK! READ! THINK! lf vou have no experience we 
Are you coram « oe & ber Decaus the} will train you. APPLY DAILY 


gt 


6219 Jrd St_ Nw 
TU 2320 


SALESMEN 
MEN’S CLOTHING 


Excellent earning opportunity 


straight commission basi. Lib- 


SALESMEN  Szaroeseae 


‘hes Mr 


Liberal vacation. 5 
day, 40-hour week. Free pen- 
lan. 


ount 


SELLING POSITIONS WOODWARD & 
AVAILABLE LOTHROP 
| 0th TH F&O STs 
MEN’S | 
CLOTHING 
SALESMAN 


MEN’S SHOE 
SALESMAN 


FULL-TIME 


—Excellent Opport mities 
—Z00d Paying Pp ? 
nr rmt« 


—tL bera! | > Z 


—Other Employee Bene! 


ms 


s 
program "pend comp) ote | 

*s 
Box M.225. Post-TH 
seri RITIES “SALES 
ceptional onpe rtunity Wo ered to 
° : executive type wo ode 
ciated ¥ a leacing 

r firm of the New yors 

el Sale 


Apply 


RALEIGH 
HABERDASHER 


BMPLOYMENT OFFICE ROOM 335 
i320 F ST. NW 


LESWEN — An e:- 
- 


‘eU se? e On 


_ SALESMEN— (2) | ‘ 


5 Ae STATION ATTENDANTS 


HELP, MEN 
SECRETARY—MALE 
IBM CORP, DESIRES 

Fe 


eppervaenities 
* saiary and 
Pryor for 
3705. ext 


Secretary + a A 
horthnand 


28 


SERVICE MAN with truck- tire exp 


Must be to work 
time and « half over 40 


1235. Kenilworth ave 


7 > Seiary 
overtime 


Top 


have iocal refer 
ae commissio 


CENTER 6351 Ari. Bive 
a 


Ahurch. Vi 
SERVICE STATION | 
SHIFT MANAGER 


Must have local exper. and be cap 
adie to supervise men sai- 
ry to stert. commissions. donu: 
acation af Sick benefits 
in oerson, 4866 Mass ave 


_ SERVICE ‘DEPT. — 


re is 


SERVIC MAN Fo washer ¢ 
= % Sutematica essen 
fiat ‘0 Geok liberal ear ai- 
iowance and many company bene 
‘ or the Apply 
in person RARE ROEBUCR A 
0. 200 . 


Vv st. 


repair 


ree re le biocks 
PERLMUTTER SROTnhy *s RAN- 
BOLPH SUBY 

SHIPPING CLERK 
Permanent position with nations 


a emp.ioyee benefits 
ra offic Convenient joca- 


‘UNDERWOOD CORP. 


1630 | Ww 


SHIRT SALESMAN - 
MARYLAND, D < 

. popular priced m™ er A aport 
det Box ive Reailser x 
10 West 34h St. N Cc 

~ SHOE REPAIRMAN 


hours 
5 


- a 


excel! 
ie) 10 
Pp *» 
Offic: * 
Minn esota Ave NE 


ks pal 
C leaners. 


SHOE SALESMEN 


Best earning opportuni-| 
ties for selling shoes full 
or part time salesmen 
Highest cCOMMmissions 
Weekly drawing  ac- 
count. 5-day week per- 
manent job with many 
employee benefits 


Apply Manager 


HAHN’S 


1207 F NW 
3113 14TH ST. NW 
4483 CONN. AVE. N.W, 
860! GEORGIA AVE,, 
LVER SPRING, MD 


CT 
2 


— "SALESMEN . _— Pull ime 
enced in 


los Dh “Be vouns evict stor ~ 


Wilson 


SHOE SALESMAN 


Pincrieneed ermanent position 
t co =mlesion ana company 


Sohefite 
| MILLER 
1222 Pr ST. NW 
Ave. NW 


SYSTEMS AND | 
PROCEDURES | 
ANALYSTS 


Challenging opportunity 
to demonstrate your 
ability with new expand- 
ing department in na- 
tional multi-plant firm. 
General Analysts 

Clerical applications, data 
processing, standarm cost 
scheduling, inventory control, 
tilow charting. Minimum four 
years experience 
turing processing 
tions 

Accounting Analysts 
Standard cost, statements, 
counting procedure. Acc 
ing systems and plant office 
background a requisite 


m manrutac- 


ea opera- 


ac- 


sunt 


Must be willing to travel Sal- 
ary commensurate with ability 
Liberal employee benefits. Ex 
cellent opportunity for long 
range persona! development. 
end Detailed Resume to 
Em ployment Manager 


PILLSBURY 
MILLS, INC. 


Minneapolis. Minn 


ENGINEERS 


Here ls 


5 


1S | HELP, MEN 1s 


HELP. MEN 13) HELP, MEN 


HELP, MEN 
tatis- 


‘ozehelogic. stat Gala 
gee 35 
+624 


TUDENTS—(WHITE) 


Pull time ee A em 
» r ij 


Electronic 


t 
dee Engineers and Physicists 


edge © 
sen et 


COMPANY-WIDE 
OPPORTUNITIES 
OPEN TO 


FIELD SERVICE 


ENGINEERS & SCIENTISTS 


18 or over 


$96 
i a * 1 raopin i tm 34 one talla 


TAILOR-FITTER 


available 
, Fitter ’ 


wi 


Tai 


anen?t posit 


experienced 


rom the vantage point of a Pield 
Le) : 


for 


salary and working 
Liberal discount 
employee benefits 


Excellent 
conditi wis 
and otier 


ly Employment Office. Rm. 335 


Raleigh 
Haberdasher 


1320 F ST. NW 


App 


th high career pet tential 
1, GAL Act. FAID 
EXP at 
oe 7000 


oy 


OFr aseigned gb HE 
Eng 


= AC — Whit 
Bat) are 
C shar es ot 
5-850 


neer ne degre 
; 


nw RE 


TEACHERS 
summer sales Wray in confidence for details 
experience giving edu 


i341 G 


MANY LOCATIONS OPEN 


unnecessary 
; ail 
fied professional - 


ing present cogkes 0 ind 


et Do not B 


TECHNICAL 
AIDES 


WRITERS 


en mane 


_ 
procedures on 
: ca ane rere 

Ling experience 


MECHANICAL & ELEC 


Career opportunities lead MALUPNEINE ass . 
, a pre ied pr ems or 


and + oxima! 2 ’ 
experience in ne . the 
jowing Gelds 


IN PER SON 


YNDAY THRU FRIDAY 
BA.M. TO4P.M 
FIRE CONTROL 
SONAR 
TORPEDO SYSTEMS 


| 
MELPAR, INC. 


Por Purther Infermation 
Piease Call ; 5-7200 
Personnel Departme 


VITRO LABORATORIES 
DIVISION OF 

V ro Coro ~# Amer ‘a 

wayne Ave. Bu Soring 


me. 4-5:81 3000 Arlington Blvd 


A Subsidiary of Westinghouse 
Air Brake Company 
Mea 


. 
62 er 


rx — AGEN TS— $72 
. Miss Burris. 


TECHNICIANS 


New Openings alls Church, Va 


at 


TOOL MAKERS 


GENERAL 
ELECTRIC 


for 


MACHINISTS 
MACHINE OPERATO 
Electronics 
Technicians 


iy 


FIELD SERVICE 
With Missile Contro! 
& Guidance Systems 


POSITIONS OFFER 


eee 


NEMS CLARKE 


919 Jesuo Blair Dr 
Silver Sor ng Md. 


Special on pany 

pr fess ’ ve 

the ehen: 

rogram and mar 
edvemhanes 


REQUIREMENTS 


VOCATIONAL ou NSEL! NO —— Re 
vie f aptituce 


adem back- 
recommen Gs- 


includ Div 

years ex peri- 

computers oF 
app.ica.ions 


TO ARRANGE FOR 
PERSONAL INTERVIEW 


Please contact 
MR. L. F. JEPFERY 
Bulldinge 30 


GENERAL 
ELECTRIC CO. 


TY 


icrowave 


Electr By 


TRUCK ‘MECHANIC | 
Experier i ty Tt truck 
pa r Con . OI 901 

Truck Tire Changers 
2? experienced Must hh 
jrivine permit 54. 
Crockett Service ly ’ 


TYPEW acess me h 
wor zing rT 


onics Park racuse. N 


maxi 3-4467 
}. Post~1 


ny Bo sneiers ae 


UPHOLSTERER - 


REPORE NOON 
$100 PER WEEK TO &TART 


YOUNG MAN—Learn rea 
ane n ; ’ ; 5 


The Evidence 


pals BOT SERED wee corms oniy 
ner 


a! es rtrd ‘ 


Since then new concepts 


PROGRESS 


FOR PERSONAL 
at the SMALL AIRCRAFT 
ENGINE DEPARTMENT of GE 


Y 


to deveien ver sma : ver pia 


two veers ago 
ra! well as many 


er militery eircra 


have been wed New engines —as 


YOUNG MAN 


Over 21, fer 
ompany. Col 
ferred “~ an 
shed — a 
e benefit M 
= $408 
une ii. J 


YOUNG MAN 
’ More congenia! surr ound 


Good coportualt y for & young man severa! 
F} the elect ron! cs ing yy 

train fo po > 

organization 

, who 


un aptitudes. Pull and complete de 
, : our qualifications 
Ca. in a local 
iter 1 b.°m interview Per appoin hakont 
oo inierview. ct: 


ETTER POSITIONS 
TO $50,000 
were" tunity 
A substantia 


pes 


Bulate ; ON 


on 
; your adility 
ac rt Al, JoORnS OPEN in UV 
Am Eu to 


ie eora, oot do 
s 
repe $15,000: trave 
paid Write only Empiewment Info 
Center Room 847. 476 Stuart at 
Boston is 


you mittst have 


a be conal Gerve 
n schoo! 


hed your high 
Mass 


«NEED 5 MEN 


° ona 
For Washington and Va 


P.O. BOX 6472 
WASHINGTON, D. C 


Who are willing to work a 5% 


earning ove 
h 


cay 
, 8400 


ck 
from 9-5 Monday or Ti lesday 


leh 
comm. and bonus nis 


YOUNG MEN—WHITE. under 2 
for cumme employmen Ass 


DOUBLE YOUR INC OME 
Survey pr oves Men wi 10 wre 
aver 15 exc) onve 
ca endars 


ties & sens ALES AMA 
High comme bones LO . 


Dow £0. Empire Bate Bide MY 


Ho 5) 
L between 4 and 5. m 


$20.00 DAIL Y—ee el) 
piat Write Reeve Dept 
Al ‘tlebor ro. Mass. Pree samples 
SUMMER WORK in country for 
eee stucen teach 
experience 
cy $440 for : . . ¢ 
Ro 24 ] { ect * NID 
. j ave ‘ 
Pr ow 5-5. or Mo . id Ne phor ? 


oe door 


244 


MANUFACTURING 
STRIAL ENGINEER 


BOEING _ 
AIRPLAING | csciscere, 
COMPANY 


g 


Immediate open ngs exist 
in Baltimore for qualified 
ndustrial 
Applicants 
must be graduate engi- 


Le. EF 


Gegrees and 


neers with ME. 
er oF the Nat “2 F708 
et Transo rt cr ded Mix 


PP hoe? 


Or related 


from | to 3 years of indus 


trial «= experience The 


needs 
qualified 
Electronics 
Technicians 


positions are with a we 


known Baltimor 


Apr 


organiza 


Tron ncants accepted 


will Pave an excelient op 
Wwe 


Boeins ; 
iS Moses ’ 
sht Test Center 


Washin jton 


Ngs a 
oeattice plant 
4k e B 52 F 


inl 


re af 
and 


for acvance- 


¥ 


ment, beral employe 
Ventral tate 

pDenerits. and the chance 
‘am y 
: 


gain valuable all-around 


nce Send resume 


salary expecta 


228, Post 


~ MM 


Sac Y~ 


18 REST FOR WHITE AND 
DISHWASHERS 
PORTERS AND JANITORS 
CHEFS. & O COOKS = 
GAS STATION ATT 


AGCY. 
2100 
‘COr 
xh 
$45 
5 Ur 
$4" 


Kelsh or Multiplex 
Operators 


resume to 


™ vy 


BOEING AIRPLANE 
COMPANY 


~ % 


“ ~ +a! 
age, marita 
and phone 


intmenrt ‘nr 


State experience 
status acoress 
mmber $0 an appc 
interview can be arranged 
plies contidential. Box M 


, 


Second Avenue 
VV asmington 


~ 
. 
- lal 
r 

Ae 


a, 
44/, 


Seattie 


AT ONCE! 
-. | ay — ee ee 
, servi or, 
t leads “Wesnington end searby 
we Posit sage $1 an ss 


ovens Mon to wor with ager summe 


aA 
te ; pins ce New York ave. Room 


thie FORA CHAR NGE? 


arse 
needs ! 


2 4 to $3.00 
pus Apply room 410 


my Brothers » Co. 


Rinse bive 


Dea! er 
ncat 


Sales Manager 
Moore-Grear Motors 
4400 Conn. Aye. NW. BM. 3-55 


INVESTMENT CO. 


post aiit 
McCREED 


Maker . yf 
an wud 


HOUSTON, TEXAS 


in the beautiful Gulf Coast Ares 

5uU perior iv ng anc wr k “eo " 

engineering service compar 
ndustry in exploration and 


engineer 


al personne! 


ca 


rere te ton 
3, @ 


PHYSICIST—For un 
design 
Ph.D 


e\e rn* me Mar a 


DESIGN ENGINEERS 


ument 


ano eve 


tive years 


reser 


equire Or ginanty 


independently 


1S HELP, MEN 


RCA 


Offers Interesting 


GRA ATES—io ‘rain 
sales [ooreess tives fer maior 
m idat of expansion 

’ qunit lcations. edecationa! 


AMBITIOUS 


Hard Working Young yall 
To consider excellent, seeure futu 
and the opportunity te work 
and adtance with one of America . 
argest fast n 
. umer 
noerpestes 
Mu h 
least 


cance 
c earn 


‘Career Opportunities 


and 


in 


ti h 
zi, must ave 


APPLY 

PUBLIC LOAN CORP. | 
7906 GEORGIA AVE 
SILVER SPRING, MD 


U.S. Empl. Service 
1724 F STREET NW 
NO FEBS 


note R AURANT & 
VI Wee 


“Ty Hi RD FLOOR 


car 


Operations 
Research 


for qualified 


Physical Scientists 
Mathematicians 


exD 


> 


poner 4 wre 
hel um to Bt Mathematical 
Statisticians 


Master's or Ph.D. Degree 


Preferred 


“EARLY EVE BORE 


35 a 


ositions available at the Air 

Force Missile Test Center on 
Florida's Central East Coast. 
Excellent Company Benefits. 
Relocation Assistance. 


For 


Yo apare 
— reek ; 


<2! 


am ; 
o- 1h for furth 
STUDENT—. ca 


ie info ormat 
col.ege 


additional informa- 
| AlrPrort stere 
‘on ate va. —— , 
for Booteh whisker agen- 
overing U.S. BX 3-146) 


SUMMER 
ee NITY 


[ND 
rUR 


tion and Persona! Inter- 
view, send a complete 
resume to 

My 


. 
cmp 


Dept. J. J, 
RCA Service Co., 
P.O. Box 1226 


~e. Fl 


EARN $1000 yment Mor., 


CARON A ATE 


THIS SUMMER 


Inc 


Melbour wida 


_ STYMIED???? 


preser »D worn: ~» F qut 


BEFORE NOON 


WORLD BOOK VY Wa 
" ea . . J + . o ~ 


ment 
eniene 


WANTED AT ONCE 
subject te milite 


vee INNES 


DRAPTSMEN 


GENERAL ELECTRIC’S 
small Aircraft Engine Dept. 


West Lynn. Mass 


Has openings now for 


DETAIL AND LAYOUT 
DRAFTSMEN 


one Or more years experience 


re a’ hs 

on rotating 

‘one desion and 
Sas tur 


@ 'e) 


——- 


. June 11-12 
Monday 10 a.m.-9 om. 
Tuesday 9 am.-5 p.m. 

Call Mr. T. S. Woerz 

at EXecutive 3-5034 

for appointment 


WASHINGTON 
s INTERVIEWS 


fidence te 

Mr ~ "Weer ; 

rer er ry ~ 

Small Airc tngine Depot 


GENERAL ELECTRIC CO 


900 W Mass 


arr 


estern Ave... West Lynn 


Melpar's on 
created new 
men experienced 


in the following fields 


expans 
has 


positions for 


Sheet Meta! Layout 
Machine Parts Inspection 
Electro Mechanical Inspection 


Precision Assembly 


MELPAR INC. 
1311 South Fern St 
Arlington, Va 


{7 
; s . 


Route | 


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fant 
_/ ay 

5 +h. 
~ 


Jettersor 
at South 


: m2 Pal 
700 


L2th origina: projec’ bh nave 
at 


Die present ac' les 


in dlameter—have been developed 
next }\Wo years Management expects to ' 


MAKE MONEY! 


briefiy to Box 613 


Cor 


st @n whususaiiy rTraepid 
le equally promising 


proceeded 
join ws DOW 


To find out about the 30 technica 
the Pull Tuition Refund Pian for ead 
in the Coastal resort area. why not shone ‘~ an ap po! 


OPENINGS NOW FOR: 


Compressor 
Design 


Advan ement here has 
(Or adie engineers who 


WEAPONS SYSTEMS 
Boeing Airplane Company | OPERATIONAL ANALYIST 


tt|e— hit “ 
Sea e Wic ' a Boeing A rpiane Cor 


INTERVIEWS |= 


Desian | TOMORROW THRU WEDNESDAY | Ay te make sc 
ang 3 June 11-13 a Cee 


‘ moortant function of this 
seals a 6s “ Analysis . 

PLUS MONTHLY AND anaes me Set design cr stress vit Design Research and Production career 

SEMI-ANNUAL BONUSES namics, — opportunities in the following (or related) 


fields 

AERODYNAMICS 
LECTR IONICS 
PNEUMATIC 
HYDRAULIC 
METHODS ENGINEERIN 


SERVICE ENGINEERING | 
WASHINGTON INTERV! EWS STRUCTURES 
ELECTRICAL POWER 


June 11-12 
Monday 10 AM.-9 P.M 
Tuesday 9 AM-5 P.M 

Call Mr. Ted Woerz 
at EXecutive 3-5034 


Or Write to: MR VLD B. PRICE 
SMALL AIRCRAFT ENGINE DEPARTMENT 


GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 


1000 Western Avenue, West Lynn, Mass. 


t / 


SALESMEN E-N-G-I-N-E-E-R-S 


GUARANTEED DRAW 
SALARY & COMMISSION 
$100-$300 WEEKLY 


cow > Wd 7 
mreciate pe 9 
aid tegra 

Jetense system 


Der "4 
scientist or engineer te 


e 


Preliminary & 
Mechanical 
Design... 


7 
‘ 


r) 


air mis tr 


air 


wesanons 


Hos tion 
tion a 


engine 


nvestigation installa 


An 


*. ss? he far ar 
Of aif s@ Dlianr ng and Ma 
operational use and pians of air 


Salary Or en 


WASHINGTON INTERVIEWS 
TOMORROW THRU WEDNESDAY 


June 11-13 
TELEPHONE HUdson 3-602! 
Dupont Plaza Hotel 
Please Ssk for Mr. Al Rogers 
BOEING AIRPLANE COMPANY 


Melbourne, Fla 


ar Mas “ 
jefer 


Hamice 


Controls... Afterburner 


recent pro- | Engine controls design and de 
velopment, performance study 


TO pay AND PRODUCTION 


Large Eastern corporation is now placing new men 


MEC 
in its Washington division because of 
SYSTEMS 


motions and expansion 
SYSTEMS 


ign end 
Our men do no soliciting or canvassing but sel! by 
appointment only in response to our continuous radio, 
TV, and newspaper advertising. Applicants must own 


25 and 45 and 


DEVELOPMENT 
PROPULSION 
a good car, be between the ages of 


be available 


For Appointment Telephone: 


HUdson 3-6025 


Ask for Mr. Al Rogers 
Seattle 


June 11-13 A 


Or send resume to Dept. No. W-1-A-6-10, Boeing, 
1301 Second Avenue, Seattle 1, Washington. 
Centineed on Following 


/ j | i 


immediately. 


Call 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 
MONDAY ONLY 
Mr. Vincent, AD. 2-6838 


Wichita Boston 


Passe. 


15| HELP, MEN 


15\ HELP, MEN & WCMEN 15A | HELP. WOMEN 


_ceuiinssd Prem Preceding Page 
NOTICE — 


firm needs 2 men with ce 
revlace See GS 


“| Important 


os 
intervie? ca 


guaran- 
for summer doing 


VICE-PRESIDENT 
in Charges of Sales 


per 


OFFERS YOU A CAREER established pa Iti. ~a- 


cree to- hom 
need oom 
suffice font experien 


SERVICING THE WORLD'S 


necessary at 


FINEST TYPEWRITERS 


. if 
successfyl ‘experience fn 
selling 


wih Ox 


at CUSTOMER ENGI- 


POLLOWING 1” he WEEK 
TRAINING PERIO AT FULL 
PAY. YOU'LL BROOME AN IBM 
ts BtOM 


Tech rec atop A 


: to 
ALI LEN ° ‘BRIER "Personpel Se 
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MEN & WOMEN 


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but also willing to trave)) 


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nationelir oan: work . own 


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with excentional 
hour week 
nen. & te 5. 1404 New Yor 


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all) ry-¢ ening end 


laundry estab 
“Many O 

select offices 
Annette D 


quires promotional ideas 


an excellent opportunity for a man RE. 
47 


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THERS 
Various and interesting Selds 


., 235 Woodward Bids 


HELP, WOMEN 


not make yours? We treia 
to 7 6) te oe be 


SCIENTIST 


or 


eauivalent In shrel- 
armaco ochem - 


ticipation in senalysis 

tiie dates Ml research activi- 
ties of Faste harmaceut eel 
meantecturer. Liberal ben 
Send complete resume 


G 
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ay wk 
N &- 


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fice work est 
in ere 6 
Pi LhPak- for 
sive adress shop. Sai. open 
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isth & H NW 
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HELP, WOMEN 
A ACTORS (MD.). $3900 
See ABBEY First 
3-01% 
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$60 


Bome public cont 
own letters Bea 
5 dave 


JR. EDIT 


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BE RE new fs! BY A guUC CESSs. , 
REER Americary Airlines 


NEEDS TELETYPE OPER 


2 ALIPICATIONS HIGH SCRONT 
PLOMA WITH PHYSICS BACK.- 
GBOUND AND MECHANICA! 
ABILITY. AGE 18 TO 2 


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insurance 
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: 


Miss Patricia Rose CANVASSERS 


Can use 6 canvassers for con- 


and 


team 


work. Salary 
Work as a 
Poss ble 


salesmen 


tact 
or ”" 


Up 


INTERNATIONAL 
held 7 work 


Or sSaleswomen 
BUSINESS MACHINES 
934 BONIFANT ST 
SILVER SPRING, 
9-8376 


FIRST FLOOR 


JU 


SALESMEN 


1220 19TH ST. NW 


and SALESWOMEN 


le : ff Oe wi . : 
ME. 8-620 is Is & wonderful opportuni} 
: growing iooGg Pan 


5! in 
We offer 


inc. 


ATOR. 


reliable 


rraeT? i 


Pen Del Farms, Inc. ; 


MD. 


oprs 46' or hich school or 


macs Xe 5 dase 


ORED BRANCH 


Por 
pendently 
Bome collere 


trade ascot 
" aoa Sas ero 
$i hr 
exp. 6-11 Dm 
downtown 7 
live in to $40 
ACCOUNTS REC eIV ABLE and gen- 
eral office wo e Cc ite) 
5-day week 
tiens. Reply 
tells as to experience 
cations and selary 
le “Me 


75¢ or 
$3 


+ grofes ; ional 


$245. Good 


tice 


requirements 
TH 


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ent ob! mened pract! 


" FIELDS AGCY. 


EX. 3- 


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Know! ledge of 
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to 


: PE °3 
HAGCGERTY EMP ceRY" 


S18 Eliswerth Dr Silver Spring 
ACROSS tg HECHTS 
JU #040 


COLUMBIA” 


Employment Service 
PARTIAL LISTING ONLY 
TUARIAL CL ERK 
=~ ha 


. High Commission 


Fast Approvals 
Paid Customers 
Referral 
Chance for 
Advancement 
Bonus Plan 


COLLEGE GRADUATES 
Eng 
SER\ 


| 


Accounting Bus. Adm Ind 


career prseitions te #4800 
COLUMBIA EMPLOYMENT 
141i Gs 8u! 24 ME. & 


DODGE NEEDS 


DISTRICT 
Sea 


SXECU Tr E POSIT 
car 


Food Re-orders 


Program 
Appiy in Person 
SATURDAY—10 
WEEK DAYS—I10 TO 5 
EVENINGS—MON, WED., 
779 P.M 


to 7 


Wr : 
H L aw ISHER. 


Dodge Bros. Corp. 
907 PENN. BLDG 
425 13TH ST. NW 


PHONE EX. 3.6685 


Pen Del Farms 
of Maryland, Inc. 
The Food Plan Desioned 

Better Living) 
934 BONIFANT ST. 
SILVER SPRING, 


Continued on next column 


HELP, MEN & WOMEN ISA 


Commissions on 


Complete Training 


FRI 


tor 


MD. 


TELLER TRAINEE 
ING SUPERVISOR 
YPIST. billing. to ) | , 

EMPLOYERS PAY FEES , 
R FOLLOWING POSITIONS ATLAS on 
RK TRAINEE nel seme e OY “ave 


“ADVERTISING 


nne 


~ AGENTS WANTED 


Make $50.00 extra 


“BE EGINNERS 
COMPTOMETER TRAINEES 
OPPICE AND BANK TRAINEES 

$200-%250 


“LEEDS: EMPL. "SERV 
220 _F St. NW. 


| ACCOUNTING oo 


Comoany benefits 


———— 


AIRLI 


for advancemen' 


APPLY 


lent ‘chance 
See our ad 


ILLUSTRATORS 
COMMERCIAL 
LAYOUT ARTISTS 
PRESENTATION 


SPECIALISTS 


Challenging positions with excellent oppor- 
tunities are available in one of the Nation’s 
largest corporations in centfal New York State. 
Work involves all phases of commercial maga- 
zine advertising, brochure publishing, visual 
aids and extensive illustration. Extremely imag- 
inative and talented artist and layout idea men 
are needed. 


LAYOUT ARTIST and idea man who can work 
with writers, scientist and engineers 
and layout of brochure and 
Must know production and be a 


salesmen, 
do comprehensive 
magazine ads 
skilled artist. 


whos fallow comorehensive 


ot 


can 
sty! ized 


mis 


ILLUSTRATOR 
layout and do hig 
military equipment 

and iandscape surrc 


nmiy imteroretations 


es, radar) with figures 


undings. 


ATION MEN who 


commerce 


PRESENT 
execute highly 
design convention booths, 
Must be go 
lettering and impact presentation method. 


visuaiize and 


presentation, 


can 
al chart 
ana otner v 


T 
stration 


ual aias 


anie rrmar? and Know 


Good salary ranges and company benefits sec- 
ond to none; includes pension plan insurance, 
medical insurance, etc. All personne! must be 
Americaf citizens and able to obtain security 
clearances. Send resume to Box M-238 Post 
T-H. Give telephone numbers as applicants 
will be called between June 13 and 16 for in- 
terviews in Washington, D. C. 


HOT SHOPPES |‘e= 


A 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE | 
1341 G St. NW., Rm. 200 


ACCOUNTANTS PEN 
D. GC. EMPL. EXCHANGE 
WHITE & COLORED 
pict 5 


iy ION a a $300 m: 


radio Becy ’ 


law ) $90 


operators 

MANY 
MAN Nyy" 
HO. 32-1572 Th 


Accounting 
Clerks 


im accoun*in 


ay 
2-5512 a cg 
salar 


don 


Experi enced 4 wo 
od 6a) 


Previous experience 109 _Geor 


required 


con > venient suburban 


Experienced ban 
APPLY IN PERSON kh 
MONDAY-FRIDAY 


BA. M. TO 4 P.M 


MELPAR, Inc 


A Subsidiary of 
Westinghouse Air-Brake Co. 


Baltimore 

bw. ac Ley I 
Apply 

ave 


Ex 
in 


Hamp. Take 


Ts 
cH IPPING 
commissi 
3000 Arlington Boulevard 
FALLS CHURCH, VA 


Take Arnold V-2 Bus from 
lith and E sts to F. C. 


Plant Entrance. 


nw. 
Wd 


ADDRESSOGRAPH AND 
GRAPHOTYPE OPERATOR 


some experience 


APPLY AT OUR 


lith «a 


pers onnel 
HO. 2-24 a] 
|ADMIN SECY 

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PR ch 


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journalism backeround 


CLK., $3309 


RECEPT | Va. 
/ MO. wal TYP 


typing 


ADV. AGCY RECEPT. 


ADMIN OASeT 


Air Line Reservationist 


Mo nda ay th rough Priday 5 i 


AIR TRAVEL ANC! ES NEED | 


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pply in 
Nort a Washington 


BAKERY SALESGIRL 


; SHERIDAN BAKER 
t at. Tic AN-MANICU! RST 


spice i BOOK KEEPERS 


TANT AND. Ate EYL 


CLERK.TYPISTS 
SECRETARIES 


fer inners 


7 i WEEK 


$325 

jor sssor Will 
Several an 
Alr-condé- 


$350 


5 
a car “under 40 
ISOR 
stafil olus wo 
=. 


”$300 


Ww " com pore 
surrouncines 


ASST. 
Enelish of 


Rome exo 
college helpful 


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Manr 


year PARTIAL 


with orer. maa, Coteee red, 


SECY. "NO SHHO 


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BREPR ne ne 

RECEPT FECY 
DICTAPHONE OPR. Cap. Hill 
PBX 


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MIMO TRAINEE yne 


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CASE W ORKER. 


midBanicn = K 
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type 


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apres 


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WASHINOTON'S LARGEST 


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2 yvre 


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HELP you SOuVe YOUR 
JOB PROBLEM 


NATIONAL 


Varied du- 


nne Wi 


"Excellent 7270 
me 


oD- 


ay front ote oe Ll laree Washine.- 
sced preferred 


STE ben as SPEER 


FULL OR PART TIME 


“- 


2508 


Til 14th § 
$4000 


Pubiic ations 
5 


time—40-hour week 


e¢ 


sick at ‘mental addition 
to 40 


18 
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. 
35 2ist ST. NW 


ar AsHTERS. wht 


wh ; 
_CONW AY & Pmn “) ie 6th } NW 
CASHIER. 
Silver Spring Ares 
Long established finan¢ial 
tion has 
in our Silver 
usual! spperteD 
vancement increases Air 
al modern 
Immediate open 
Hickey JU 


vie 
sa ETERS 
POR rer ave Caashierine 
APPLY rMPt oY \ORN 


CHERATON-PARK 


ood par 

exoerience necessary 

Federal Super Market. 2430 
NOW 


alouue sales dept. 
40 


"RE. 7- 5767 
ne Room $06 


PUBLICITY 


CO-ORDINATOR 


0 per 


La CLERICAL 
er sa) PERMANENT POSITIONS 
C LERK 


Work with tables. Ac 


curacy 


“Atal s anc 
ranern 
STENCY SRAPHER 


but 


412 
Frperienced preferred wi 
tane competent seginner®r 


TYPIST 


include paid va- >i 
® speed 
-4a 


Averace with sccuracy 
d 


>> ire 
nd office, 
idays. + | 


"| STONE BAER SURE 
NES 


900 FRANKLIN &T. NE 


CLERK 


WHITE. AGE 21-40 
Someone with payroll experinece 
ref ferred knowledge of yping 
eiptul: good saiary and worktine 
condi ions employe benefits after 
3 montis employment 

PPL 


PERSONNEL OFFICE 
MAYFLOWER HOTEL 
Conn. Ave. & DeSales St. NW 


CLERKS 


Por dry c pomeang _stor e exper enced 
Wo al 


aNInG ions 


AVIATION “TRainixo : 
CPT TYPler. Trave! 


Cc 
line 


a lent a. 
me Experi en ed 
Cleaners. 1700 


CLERK 


lady 
ana payroll office 
abie to type and 
nave og 1 handwriting Per 
manent p 300d salary 
5-Day Week 
Anply Miss Crone 


HUB FURNITURE CO 
CLERK FRONT OFFICE 


Some hotel ar \d typing experience 
necessary K. ne er 40 years. Hours 
4:00 »o midnight Good 
salary emp) oyee benefits -con- 
ditioned a menage: ap- 
poin'tment tT? 


_ Hotel Dupont Plaza 
CLERKS 


Bethesda cleaning vient 


ung 
fo train im per- 
sonnel: 

Must be 


srtion 


» Zi In ret — a 


10 


wea’ ed 
the alr 


“tap “sal ary ouat. for 


— 


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er toree 


MAYFLOWER HOTEL 


Conn ave & De Gales at an © 


CLERKS 


vrw 
in new vga" 
CENTER: 

‘sn. LO 1900 


Drug—Cigar—Candy—Fountain 


FULL TIME 


| Permanent -Positions 
Pleasant and Interesting 


Working Conditions 


Many Employee Benefits 


Paid Training Program 


PEOPLES DRUG STORES NEW DOWNTOWN 
MPI Oy} a eh tes, : 
lith st Bis 


nd é Bts rance on Over 


PEOPLES DRUG STORE 


8.30 AM 


to 4 PM. Monday 
HO. 2-1234 


* 


through Friday 


The 
CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC 


Telephone Co. 


Has Immediate Openings For 


Telephone Operators 
Clerk-Typists 
Service Representatives 


Some Jobs Require No Exoverience 


COLORED 


COUPLE. 
COOKS 


FEMALE 


req 


MALE 
HANGERS $44 wk 


$75 wk 


PAPER ref 
COOKS 
MEAT CARVERS 45.475 
COUPLE refs req. $300 mo 
ENGINEER 6th ec! 
$200 mo. plus 2 bedrm 
PANTRY MEN 
PAINTERS $50 


TRASH TRUCK DRIVER 
$40 


GROUNDSKEEP 
OREENHOUSE. EXP “4 


JANITOR WITH QTRS 


$125 mo 
WHITE . 
SERV. STAT. ATT. $66 wk 


, 


& 


COOK. for P $50 rm 
WEARING APPAREL PRESS 


GHIRT PRESS OPRS 


ap 
£50 


COUNTER GIRL 


MAIDS. live in refs $30 


WHITE. 
WAITRESSES (20) 
$25 + tips 


National Emolovment Service 
, 719 lith Street N.W. 2nd Floor 


$300 mo 
$45 
vd 


up 
LAUNDRY WORKERS, all types 
$35 up 


BILL ING clk 
P wil 
SEC 


OPRS. $45 
$45 
$40 


LL GIRLS $35 
GEN HOUSEWOREERS b\, day 
$30 up 

$34 


7334 Wilson Bivd., 
King Ajen 
5 


A 
real , Estate 
Mfistellaneous 


e 
wae, 3 ' ee ety a 


ALTER H 
Tin Wash Bide sth @ N.Y NW.” 


\ 


Full Pay While Learning 
Good Working Conditions 
Opportunities for Promotion 
Friendiy Associates 
And Many Other Benefits 


APPLY 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
725 J3th St. N.W. 


OPEN 
Monday Thru Friday 
8:30 AM. to 5 P.M. 


-THIS SATURDAY 
9 AM. to 4:30 P.M. 


16| HELP, WOMEN 


1 of- 
roth - 


” @xclu- 
JOAN 


h: 


16’ THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
77 Sunday, June 10, 1956 5 


f insur- 
yi eee 


— White, permanent 
Pieasa 


i | CAeR Terese 
position. 5-day week nt eur- 
Anthony P.  Bovelle. 
v 


CLERK-TYPIST | 


openings now savailabie | 
growing insurance 


SA 


at KS 


or part tiate. the rear Ground 
ne office work in women's 
are pore: 

or one j05 & 
~~ gp position 


MATHEMATICAL! 
ASSISTANTS 


Circulation 


cerenee age 


count s. Generous dis. 
Joseph Morris Co. 


234 F Bt. NW 


CLERK-TYPIST 


Excellent ty 
Graduates Te vccurabe 
wv 


quicker sales results 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 


vertisers. To place your ad 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


HELP, WOMEN 
SALESGIRLA—Var. or 
exper. Do not phone 
5 & 10. i332 Pa. Ave 

SALES CO-ORDINATORS 


Ten 
needed 


means 
excellent one 
Mumbert EDERICK .s 


8-5000. 2 
CLERK-TYPIST 
General office work 5-day week 


§:45-5; sir-cond.; vie 4th and RI 
eve ne. Salary open. Phone DU 


College Degree with major 
in math or physical science 
desirable. 


for June 


CLOTHING GRADERS—To classify 


t\ranscrip- 

Air- 

annua) leave and sick 

mpiove cafeteria. Apoly in 

person te ween 5 4. mM. and 40. m 


NATIONAL 
GEOGRAPHIC SOC 


IRD & STS. NE 
R 
16TH & MW STS. NW 


_ CLERK. TYPIST 


in small insurance « 
for edvancement 5-das 
wk... seiary open. ST. 3-291) 


CLERK-TYPIST 


Set up and carry out com- 
putations and analyses 
using field test or other 
technical data, prepare 
grapns, assist writing 
interpretive reports on the 
results. May program and 
operate digital and/ or 
analog computers 


senne! Office 1329" 20th si 


Correspondent 


We have an at rect 

our ome office for sy a 

over 40 yra. of age experienced 
ife ineuranmce policy-owner service 
work Must have knowledge of life 
insurance eae be able to write an 


store 


End 


n 


dept 
fest 
Ww 


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top-flight 
pow 


sa.es execu'ivea 


Please Anply 
9A.M. 104 P.M @ wmpile 


Women yw can I 
honests 


service ntangibie 
and sincer! - 


are , ee pee ss 
at 4 oniy 
Mont 
opportunity 


present 
with 


earninre 


UNITED ERVICES 
LIFE INSURANCE co 
1625 Eve St. ALW Sth Fioor 


e 
DARI-RAR FROZEN cust ARDs— 
Experienced Cail in son alter 
4 m DARI-BAR 502 Conn 
ave. ne 


DENT AL, 


If you 
“e8 


The Johns Hopkins 
University 


your 


a : Dol 
ward. Bids lath oad Hes 


CLERK-TYPIST 


22-40 years 


CALL 77-3435 


_ SALES LADY 


DI 
APPLIED PHYSICS 
LABORATORY 


ASST —Exp pae trainees 
sict open 


of Sse 


x- 
PROPEASION AL 
is NW ee 
SaTeT ANT Experiences 


salary commensurat . 
213. Post-TH 
oret. Sal- 
Oho 


n _ Atl 
DICTAPHONE OPERATOR 

Qood typist for position in rapidly 
growing Life whe: ce Co eas- 
Good working 
] ra employe 
benef work week UNITED 
SERVIC ES ‘Uirt INSUR BE CO 

> F 3 m 


RA?) oeorgia Avenue 
Silver Spring, Maryland 
JU. 9-7700 


Aedootat tien interview only 
nw 


Rhode lelone ave \ 
Fanny Farmer Candy 

istth & PF Ste NW 
MED. TECH. ‘for clin seh SXLESLADY —For bake yy 
. trainin be 


coc «6 6gaperal 
pars ume Ki = 9-los2 
MEDICAL Recept | 


CLERK-TYPISTS 


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Whit ome ediate 
GRACE DUNN SALESI aDy 


Exp 
31) OG ST. AW. = ate 
ma JOAN ROBERT . 
y ha. 


ab 
SALESLADIES 


Positions available in an ex- PERSO _SALESLADY 
309 ME ctive an pioass 


panding research organization 


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News Magazine. Varied duties 
opportunity to learn statistical 
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minimum of 50 wom 

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how to operate 402. 51/9, 
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have extensive key punch- 
Ing 5-day, 
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commensurate with ability 


Room 519-1406 G St. NW, 
National Sidg 


CLERK-TYPIST 
AVIATION ASSOCIATION 
a permanent position 
young woman who 
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pD.easa rzineg con 
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~ CLERK-TYPIST — 


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BROOKS. "HO 2-1234. Ext 


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ditions 5 days 
Noon 


> 


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ac ARY oebe0 
NEW IN WASHINGTON? SEF US 
LLOYD’S EMPL SERV 
1420 N.Y. ave nw 207 


SESE TIONtST TYPIST 
Ass era 


$65 


$60- 65 
5°56 


background, an — ad 
SCIENTIST 
_person eniy 


CLE nie iy 


APPLY 
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Monday thru Friday 
Between 9 A. M. and! P.M 
406 G St. NW. Room 519 


$.0 


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(s)ebde Rd 


~ CLERK: TYPIeT 


Per manem, 5-day wk. good 

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employe benef s. Centrally ' a + eee ig + ll 
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$40 
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LADIES—PART-TIME 


ASST 2. 


VER &PG BOCK” 
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 
Va. Ave JU 9-4446 


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122i 


“SHOR 8 TORE 


CLERK. TYPisT Lecal brar 
> ; 


time or evening hours 
No experier 

worker 

Di 7s 


a ne 
any 
pour Pho 


MATHEMATICIAN 


ranged. For 


CLERK- Typist 


Knowledge of shorthand reouired 

Experience not mecnsear? Recent 

n we | Renee s kaa + abit 
Wii n on to! 

Mr Hines. “3305 Rhowe Islan 1 , a. 
gna fi ~~ A x 
ces Bho aaine Cent Mon 
CLERK. TYPISTS 

SECRETARIES 
JUNIOR STENOS 


AND TRAINEES 


RECEPTIONIST 


Ask yourself the following questions 


rer Lib 
Send comp itte 


Are you single, under 30? BOX M-227. POST-TH. 
Are you a U. S. Citizen? 
Are you a college graduate? 


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: Applied ‘ 
SECRETARIES 
su tvoje 45 worm? 
to the shove 
interested fr In 
with 
research 
7 RE 


Recent sracdcua 
mathematics 
d at te recu =e 

for vancemer . a receptionist if 
pan ‘ = researc! government scientific 
, os , : - : entagon. c 
. mistry velpfu after 4:3) «. m. Monday 


, ~  . 


mecialer vacancies 
& nor shed e¢« neer) at 


group experienced secretaries 
14165 to meet the pubiic 
5 “ad 


and other e! benefits 


iy are prerequisit 
PLEASE CALL 
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 


5-7200 


Research and 
Statistical Clerk 


Under 35 for Advertising re 
search Deot 
Magazine. Knowledce of basic 
stat some college math 
experience in tie 
preterred Some ‘YyDING re- a2 n 8i) 
quired. Many company bene- 

fits. Call SECRYTARY- eerisy fm st uns 


DI. 7-2900. Ext. 263. | -imeconait 


BETWEEN 9 AM. AND 5 PM 


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beginners .. 
research 
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o 

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" 9 | VITRO LABORATORIES 
of National News 


ATLANTIC 
RESEARCH CORP. 


Alexandria 


stics ON OF 
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Wednes- RESIDENT MANAGER 
garden-tyve s in ne 
° Hot SPRKEFPER for ex perienced eals able 
house ear Conn ave wn correspondence. Call & 
aT Monday for apvvointment 


large 
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232 SOUTHERN BLDG mall 1 
205 ISTH ST NW AT nw References, AD. 2-93 or_ 


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teaching herse 
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AFTER ONLY 2 WEEKS 
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—~FREE UNIFORMS 
—WORK CLOSE TO HOME 
~——-MANY DOLLARS IN TIPS 


APPLY 


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EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


ilver Sprine Md 


Tre Piece CO. 


Has immediate permanent openings for 
Jr 


Assistant Buyers 
Clerk Typists 


Personnel Assistant 
Telephone Operator 


and 


SALESWOMEN 


Full or Part Time 


5S day week, disc urchases and other company benefits 


apply Employment Office 


THE HECHT CO. 


Washington F St. at 7th N.W. 


AuMmt On Dt 


1341 G STREET N.W. ROOM 200 


Contin sed on Following Pace. 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER ALD HELP, WOMEN 


16| HELP, WOMEN 


it 
tEETRIC | 
| we POWER BECTRIC 
means quicker sales results ) vA. | 
Washington Post 


Sunday, June 10, 1956 
TECHNICAL 


| HELP, WOMEN 
N A 
AIDES 
High School Graduates 


wens school ered ate bets cen 


Circulation. 


With an interest in mathe- 
matics will be trained to 
assist professional staff 
members in computational 
operations, including the 
use of desk calculators 
and preparation of graphs. 


Por established pusiness firm 
manent employment excelt 
oeaay a eek 

Mines 


yy eo 
per ra) 

Rhode Island Ave em E. and 
Brentwood y¥ ce oppine 


To place your ad | Bae 
STENOGRAP MUTT | 
MUTE! 


for and | 


oor | 
Times Herald classified ad- Pos 
r 
vertisers. 


for Sunday 
Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


Wile, WOMEN STS 
—opnllaned From Preceding Peas 


ARY —Experienced 
adie to m 
sir-conditione 
Ariingt 


WHY COM 


Neighborhood Offices | The Johns Hopkins 
Need Stenographers | University 


Pleasy Apoly 
A.M.1047?.M 


To take light dictation from man : 
ager and other executives. P) easant 
receptionist-type duties of greeting 
customers and snewering tele- 


gpones 
fork near yeur home in one of our 
leas ant Cusveune- 
fellow orkeres 
hospite! sation and 


APPLIED PHYSICS 
LABORATORY 


862! Georgia Avenue 
Silver Spring, Maryland 
JU. 9-7700 


TYPISTS 
Immediate openings for xper 
enced typists under 35 years 
ase for « wd 
Sor ae n gee 

al — ¥ 
00 


ey ene “A100. ext. 


Ty Prise. RECEFPT. _~ 0 Yee: 
typewriter; 5-day. 


TARY — Educational 

» small office. ability to meet 
Knowledge of languages 
and interesting duties 


SECYS.-TYPISTS _ 
See ABBEY First 


1338 Ere St. NW. GT. 3-0190 
Ril $3900 u 
#4400 


as STENOGRAPHERS ( (| 0) 


Wonderful epportunityr 
fied stenograephers 
porary ymen' 
Gderytime sassignmen 
ence or evenings.) 


ite insuran 
Beginners wil be considered. 


HOUSEHOLD FINANCE 
ORP 


days 


UN 
IO 
Wilson Bivd. Ari. JA nterview 


TYPISTS 


Excellent oppertunit 


TIONS 


Receptionist secy 
Beginner steno 

Clerk-typiat, Georgetown 
‘ 
P 


assn 
. 


ME 8- 1320 


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lag STENOS-TYPISTS 
SECRETARIES| TEMPORARY 
STENOGRAPH ERS Svervows m TALKING ABsouT 
TYPISTS : “KELLY GIRLS” 


——— ——— 


TYPIST 


office 
speed 
Excellent 


TY FIRSTS. Rece t.-Dr.« Assets 


Ir You 
JOB POR 


WANT A TEMPORARY 
A DAY. A WEEK OR VOCATIONAL counseling 
A MONTH of aptitudes. academic dack 
work tory. recommendat 

change and 


Positions Available 
in An Expanding 
National Organization 


JOIN THE STAFF OF 


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ay Work: ne 
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whose exper en. : 
references can 
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OPPORTUNITY 
FOR 
ADVANCEMENT 


ARN wonEy. Ay 
OUR VAC : 
us JA oun PAYROLL 


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and 

WORK FO quirments 
r 


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FEE 


WASHINGTON'S FINEST FIRMS 
INSIST ON RELLY GIRLS” 


Employee Benefits 
35-Hour Week 
Modern Office 


Convenient Location 


A’ 
conditions On 
perese 5 - rakes Point 


At SS 
As ad work 5 
aie dhe 
WAITRESSES Full or part an 
ite. ove ly Priendship 


workin 
Apply tn 


Rt iad. al fe 


OFF 
REPRESENTED BY 


FIELDS AGENCY 


ST. 3-5448 
723 SHERATON BLDG 


. \ 
14th >? NW. 


~g KELLY 
SERVICE 


x 
Good salar ; in person 
oN ae tbat RANT 607 Bo 
W Pals Churc . 


Underwood 
Corporation 


le experienced 
Mea,s and ‘pnt jorens furnished 


j 


1630 L St. NW. 


Poat “yi. incl, Tel } 
WRAPPER INSPECTOR 


(Experienced 
«Gay 
Miberai 


STENOGRAPHER 


SECRETARY | 


Tt. Orm. interest! 
ipie position 
Also compose own 


“ary peat ent 
u 


sou rele. Alr ‘cond! : loned 
our cone EX. 3-562 


SECRETARY 


INTERESTING POSITION 


weer 
em - 


immediate position available 
administration and 
Person with 


Excellent 
permanent 
waN diac 


ea arr 

im contract — 
saies Gepartment 
Government contracts experi- 
ence and previous security 
clearance desired. Permanent 
position, 5.day week, vaca- 
tion, hospitalization, life in- 
surance and protit sharing 
bonus plan; pleasant surround- 
ings and working conditions 


Sale ey 2208s 
D N wants wom- 
en in each school district for spe- 
cial work of nations! importance 
4-5608. 

— The ra- 
uipment and the 
-ray film in the 
Possession 


ditioned office 
Sts. Call EX. 3-61 as. MB. . ;. 
83400 te $3805 ‘per annum. App 
City Person a 405 
ad loot 
MATUR 
neal Sy WORK 
Canvassing. No Parties 
present work: exeep- 
necessary 


. od r. 
oes Weer music APPLY IN PERSON, 9 TO 3 
§ days jeenial “k FE 


‘i “| MARYLAND 
ELECTRONICS 


MANUFACTURING CORP. 


oxtee Ah‘ @ 


etica to cO- workers a $50 


or teacher Yor 
ri 
eupertenes. 


Come in Fri ay, 
S24. is 


‘ore Me 


scheol graduates. Ability te 


natiiution ave 


SECRETARY . 


e.ations 


5009 Calvert Rd 
College Park, Md. 


-9200 


"$100 wk. | 


a oe 


me pew pecans 


WA. 


Grant 


pave 5. Cor 


In 


12th & 


aa ne “sork Tor RAPHER— Part Time. abou 
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experienced gir a 
iy dictation: é : 


and typing 


boek keepin ~842 
ping wa CO” ‘e613 Georgi 


ayes Bi EEE 
MANNING’S EMPLY AGCY. 
1s BEST FOR WHITE AND COl 
COUNTER GIRLS $35 
LAUNDRY WORKERS 
DISHWASHER 
WAITRESSES 628 AND TIPS 
910 STH ST. N AD 4100 
GEARY ATE NURSE white, beleeen 
es 45 rom ai credited | 
ref ere 


$th floor 
shims babe PRK 


ARLINGTON 
Age = — | Al laundry-dr¢ | 
No exper! 


new aire cond tioned »b ’ 
00. p PS a ponents. Call JA 2-8688 for 
i n . tel : 
number for inters oe Be oe me MANHATTAN COMPANY 
WAVERLY TAYLOR. INC SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR — To 
=. 2500 _ Wiscons n Ave NW. 7 Soot ate Sar ies get ¢. typing re 
& Tobacce Co 


sf L 
nervice Representative Wikia" OPERATOR Ex- 
= 


perier poly ef operator. 
Woodne or, AU 


The 
aWwiTCHBOARD 0 hy t iy 


gical 
apd- 
| hae ' focal doctor . 
for relief day duty 4 
Juiy 25 te August 


terprises 

women for 

income for wen en selected 

inter rest ed i a - udes more 

experienced, i. e > nd complete 
App won to resident as i... | aualificat 

manager. EM will be di seed im & ca) pe 

sWiTtc HBOARD gt oe _ =the t vi Por appein iment 

i 0 e o 


COURTESY ASSOCIATES hes an 
ing ick- 

oh = and 
woman 
Seker NA 


sameenalie’ you 
21-26 years 


ne 90 
Miss 
68-1412. 9 +y 


ions 
Lee sOS Per- 
im vDer- 


onIPres AND 
~~ t ; 


aT te 


Exper) onged. $1.00 per hour gsuar- 
anieed a Re Aoply before 
9 ‘Tas: "wanhettan Laundry 


Ault fos ‘at PRESSER 
el |e enced | oz 
Ht BS  e N 


LADIES 
IN MARYLAND 


Ambitious Women 
Just What You've 
Beer Looking For 
Earn Extra Money 
Working from Your Home 
Must Have Pleasant 
Telephone Voice 
Good Opportunity for 
Alert Women 
Call Mr. Talbert 
AD. 4-0800 
MONDAY, 10-12 


LADIES - 
IN VIRGINIA 


TELEPHONE 
CANVASSERS 


school, 
exp 


nearby ore 
kindergarten 


100 ft ih, i 
arch VINISHER a reich aie Enelish. social 
aid Apply Mec ; Ciean- comme’ ' i. il a : an nvys 
and elemen' 120 to $600 mo 
ADAMS TEACHERS AGCY 1341 


BRE. 7-39 ‘on “gear 
fEACHERS — (White $3406-$7600 
or more Teachers 
Agenc) is Charles st.. Balti 
ig. JB 32-1713 more. Ma :f° 

i E PHONY aL 5 WORR —In lt 

SILK FINISHER tee ~~ aoe 
hours 9 io 4 oy bm ‘ 
90c per hour plus bonus 


SD 
White "AD 2-3 
TELEPHONE SOLICITORS - ann 


Excellen Oo 
ny ABBING | 
Fone AV ATLABLE 


ho 
DR 
n 


4 


‘wT 
¥ reauired. ; 
. 


wala ave . ~ 
ILK FINISHER 
salary for quality 


me 
a 


That can press a! 


types of dresses 
ime a 


can |} 


SNACK BAR 
ATTENDANT 


YARDS & DOCKS 
ARLINGTON, VA. 


Permanent 
in government 
end work. Age 


GOVERNMENT SERVICES INC 


position for busy 


bu 
is 


un 


. 
-_ ng, No week- 


TIMES SALES. INC. 
JUniper 5-8446 


TELEPHONE solicitors, W era. or 
| over white exper exc comm. | 
LA. 6-3762 i 


MATHEMATICIANS 


To Program 


trom 
Salary 


Cal own 


home 
Gay. 


your 
4 hours a 


Pleasant vorce and wil! 
to work. 


ng 


FOR APPOINTMENT 


CALL JA. 7-5959 
ASK FOR MISS HENTZ 


11 AM. to 1 P.M. 


Digital Computers 


Enter one of the most rapidly advancing fields of 
applied mathematics——-the application of’ digital 
computers to scientific and engineering analysis 
lf you have a working knowledge of mathematics 
Genera! 


for computer programming 


oPppoRTU a 3 with 
for 
ROLL 


“as” 
I cL 


through calculus, Electric will train you and excellent benefits to those # 
’ 


Quai if , 

ter necessary 
B ss & CO 
54.3 


$11 


A DREAM JOB 


(White) 


Write in confidence te 


SPECIAL DEFENSE PROJECTS DEPT, 


Steady. good »pey. 
work, variety. outside, fine 
». Pull or part tim 


. inter 
for lady. 25-45. 


General Electric Co. 
' 3198 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Pa. 


travel 
fomuneratic 
ay Rt 


Miata Grand. 
. Me 


1334 ~ Pe al 9217 Circle 


ne experience 
and accuracy 
working ¢con- 


Independence 


’ 
week. most pleasant working enn. 


ail 


cau 


for roune AS 
organiza- 


— Pleasant 
> | 


HN SHOE STORES | 


$35 | 
$45 


’ 
: 


Piimulatins | 


at 
_ \ ef, “ 
end rer <p 


Pubic “relates aie. 


ALERT WOMEN 
NEEDED 
FOR SALES POSITIONS | 


IN HOT SHOPPE: 


PANTRY HOUSES 
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 


APPLY DIRECTLY TO Any 


HOT SHOPPE 


LANGLEY PARK. MD 


7980 Ga. Ave 
Silver Spring, Md 


Bladensburg Ri. NE 


Williston, Va 


Shirlington, Va 


OR APPLY 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


iM1 GO ST. NW. RM 


~ ATTENTION 


$280 

ATION FEE 

; Personne! per 

404. JF dd ‘hn 418 128 
SECRETARY $5000 


G 


8-234 
U.S. Empl. Service 
1724 F STREET N._W. 
NO FEES 


HOTEL-RESTAURANT & SERVICE 
DIVISION 
THIRD FLOOR 


or drug store 


cor 


Cashier-Hotel, rest 
? 


oumers 18-4! rs 
Pood Checker — experienced 
Mostess 145 hotel, 
ning room eap 
Wouseneener hote! 
itchen uper visor 
Soda Dispenser yen dap 
Waitress ay hUor)6 = 6Cniant 
hours. full er part4im 


rest or 


erperience 


sO NOT TELEPHONE 


JUNE GRADUATES 


jobs tin competitive advert 
ing field for June ._— Geed 
telepnene voice an no ¥ edge 
yping required for sesitions in clas 
telephone oom Washing 
largest circulation newspaper 
training. Alr cenditioned 
[s ii 
Ap 
m. Personne! 


Career 


Department 


The Washington Post 
and Times Herald 
1515 L Street NW. 


~ EARLY EVE. HOURS 


Your spare time 


caes with c 


neat cara wi 


th vrour name. accress 
and oehone number 24 
fal fae " er 


ta Box J 
: ie) ; 


, 


AMBITIOUS 


CAPABLE FT» oc THE 


$800 000 


With oppertynity for sedvencement 


: an av? 
Monday and Paced? 112 J Heres 


) Ae rt so Washin or 
_Washin ton. t Df 
DUE TO EXPANSION 


MONTGOMERY 
WARD jee 


Is Looking For 


Catalogue Store Personne! 


Following Positions are Open 


Manager Trainees 
Credit Clerks 
Sales Clerks 

Full and Part Time) 

Telephone Sales Clerks 

(Full and Part Time) 


Aotitude, ability to meet 
public, desire to get ahead, 
and willingness to work are 
more important than ex- 
perience. Positions offer 
excellent starting salary. 
S.day week, all employee 
benefits, including dis- 
count on purchases. 


APPLY IN PERSON 


MONTGOMERY WARD 
714 13th St. NW. 


SILVER SPRING 
WHEATON 
BETHESDA 

TAKOMA PARK 


customer set 


HELP, DOMESTIC 


maid for eu 


for ehildren and 
ing in exchange for small 


. CAR 
rambler 
ng i 


saiary 
; live in air- 
conditioned ome s00K- 
ing. ne ironi 

ire . 


lakeside 
crive car 


+ 

sul nmet 

adie 
Y 3 


ove . whit , 

honest. Live in. No aueery. 

soomee ane qeening Most 
iZ -01d 


e: | 
working cple 
references 


aeriy, whit 

infant care 
Arlington 

Post-] 


home 
no heewtk 

} xperienced cook -house - 
keeper for adults Suburban 
home near c 
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Re. 
cooking 


s] - 
LARGE front 


live-in 
$180 me. Ce 
clates. 
—Care ot ‘ qneren and 
light house wo 
19 


SITUATIONS, nT 


7 ’ 
- Burris 


‘ C00 OOK & digh washing. PP in short- 


ladensbure 


or research fields 
Foun. married. dependable 00 od 
r cational an psycho 


: upe ) 
talent entertainment for civic or-| 
in : 


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ALEX... 


, EMERY. GEORGIAN ROTEL. 


will ace 


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desir 


tis 
10 servicing 
contract basis: teehn « 
a ome vear practical ex 
rive ; 
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tf in-| Ding. receivine. _ stock. ire driver. | 
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. ft 

XOUNG MAN “No. | feb ge sorter 
or s er — 
YOUNG WAN co BA. decree. de- 
| sires position Salts exper. 

vi . ® . 

A N—Just re- 

yh tee yrs. overseas construr- 
uae Wishes construction work 
What have you? JA. 77-9150 any-/ 
ime 


re- 


COL. WAN wants part-lime ber- 
ters job § io 3 om 


del 1: 8314. 
COL. —Col grad. wants job driving 
for trav. salesman or rt. 
as summer mo. Anywhere in U 


‘SITUATIONS, WOMEN 
LaDy — peed rienced 


home. wants 
suite > 


peti eon. Dal 5c 


Widen 2 Ju 
ta Sirota 
yy Ad 
and y 5 


eee 
to « 2 


A 


eile in foreign A 
Govt. ree 


R desires sommer mtb 
ment. tutoring. nursing schosel or 
summer teaching: can woe. white, 


pet eat 
| OPAICER MANAG 
. 


cuties good home or § Gays JA 


“ 


; A} 22. desires to care! 
| for children at ocean resort ati 
\, pa enjoy ¥ 
graduate nurse wit 
references de es par 

é Rds 

ts 


Ollece grad) nate 


— . 


nt 


NG gil dees ORW & chile 
care BE area, pref, JO. j-4054 
c "omen wants ois, care 
home « nm , 7787 
COL oni TEs as typist 
and recepts onist; BS. grad. refs 
Sprin 72P4 

SITUATIONS, DOMESTIC 21 


BABY SITTER Colleece 
Call Miss Beitr Smith 
ort can 
C,@anin 
WOMAN—Colored 
Tuesday, 
Ret. & 


aor 


am 
LO 5.1929 


on Ww 
leaning 


wishes 
Priday ¢ 
r 1-2 


Dieasing 
ner trwat 


n » an 
Wishes 3 dave cleanin 
Wa 


each v ares. AD. 2 5-083 79 
Con r 


RE woman esires 
chi id's a e tor 


pr working mother 
cbrt{ip Cor Woman Car 
for elde 


c. RA. ri 909 
fe" Pinder ove 5-198 
ic. cook a n 
saleseirl olored 
emplovees on 
§-4626. inte 
GG desires child care. 5. 
week. Call Li. 3-086) 
woman desires to care for ch 
D Pepe's home. Li. 3-177 
~ = Cosires lays work, 5% 
. eel. rele. DE. 2-64 
; desires .. 


Col 


c c days © 
AW’ desires 57 
desires perme- 
nent das work ..% child , = 
| DU. 7-559 


or 


or 


are E st. NW. £26-—Ramt peel ra. 
Ex 


cf stay nish ME. 8- 2810 
—Mature 


aundadress. «pe in 


col woman nursem maid Aer 
ret. ii. i - : +e 

Cor 

child of 

live out 

ROOMS, FURNISHED 

nr. Pentecon—gha 


ie Me dae Ea 


are tor 


empiorved mother 
ood reis. Li 


ry . virla 
kit 


tive bedrm. tor eentie- 
th used by enct her 


| > 60 priv.. 810 
is 

ARI init. 
man ac) 


= 


bath: refrie 


“on! 
” AD. rt “i330 
st . 


DE 2.4145 
CONN. AVE Mien 


TP ered [67 y 
sehr itty Ms: 


; 2308. 


DUPONT CIR.—1735 R 
lady: 835 mo 
FE oe. mc 
bath and shower 
-5789 
1605—Nice front room 


wr 
dl. Tm 


for 


1823—Clean 


piano 


Ma id 
aer 
woop Pe 


Leun 
MINT iippan gp 4 i 


Ys aa! ite Ls “sw Clean 


room 
mp) A yA pri vacy 


id $2 
6514. weekends 


rm 


wT. RAINIER. MD rr sa) 


also sgies 
L0¢@ U0N 
1i3- Lae. 


ye 
an ‘Tt! =Wice y 


inens LI. 3- 1640. 
waees HOt SE VK 
A m™ for i 
gues! "be 7-920. Ext 773 


HU. :* 3940 


Front singie 


ns Ger tlemen. $6. $7. 
1tTH ST. NW., 117) 
roam 


aa 


Bhare bath wit 
iSi4—Sg! 
x 


rm 
ok so effic. with 


4 a 
dbles.. sele, $14 week an sk, 
1812 
-conditioned rooms 
permanent is welcome 
rm. furnis ed cook- 
ng privileges, RA. 6-9999 
SOME AND LIVE With Us before 
we co bankrupt Singie & double 

reasonable 16156 


ast 
reas. 


nw 
rates. 


6-5 iy az 
HAWTHORNE HOTEL 
t 2134 G ST. NW., RE. 7-4027 


suse we have 
attractive Single and 


ariv- 
: 


tiled refined, des. Th! 


eer 


: COL —#th 


be mothers helper or 
«(part time). EX. }-5902 |; 


$7 WEEK UP 
Teviie totes Bs 


Thgvet c Cc 


1— frt. rm. Kit. privis 


le ee 
eo Bi sar 
id one . 


ne Beet ae 


ary 
walk downtown 1226 | ~ Glebe r 
Lihat 


: 


COL. —NE. 


COL.—FPrt. rm.: pvt. sine $10 wk. 
1-482 _ 


COL.—Gingle rm. for em man 
woman: some privis.; § A mo RA 
: 


| MER Ey 


c 


c 
to re ideal 
-4880 
ie 
os 

—Attepetive | ‘| bedrm. 1 
bike to Pen — ae 
Adults. ” EE bb08 

ee nice. * —— 


110; nae tts 


ih am 4. 
850 sale. or 860 


— Effic apt 
~ incl. Close 6 Hecht's 


“9 
"Ses 


ARL. 
couple 
2A. 2:7 iat 
ARLINGTON— Laree cor. 1 bedrm 
dole, closete. beaut 


oies hours. 
RARNABY &8T. SF 
api; util, furn.. $89.50. JO. 2-81.78 
Beveeaps-fasvr Ce AREA ~ win 
Rm, did 
Tues 


TA. ‘- tae 
an. home 
privls.. nr a "430 mo. 70.. 3-6965 
COL.— front reom nr. bus 
Er utils 
for trans 
-3653 


=. fm. with 
ine rent reas. Cony 


COs a 


i or 


coL.—4é 


fed.. Thurs after 


BOLL ING ‘FIELD ‘AREA = bedroom 
modern. nicely furnished and deco- 
rated o-3Rah. 424 Condon rerrace ae 


1 ARFA — Newly 
dec 1 bedrm.. garden 
Immed occup Piease 

. 14 nw or tal, Mrs. Reverie. JO —. - 

or 3 people. in very fine Christian BOLLING VIEW AFTS.—1 bedr 

pane ae odern. nicely furn 11-ft rearie 
. — . n wtt! 


ré. nw Rental Office 
5. 40. 2 


east ceNcan : 4370 oF 


; nicely furn.: nr 
vk 


c 


Bolling Field—Navy Yard 
newly furnished 
ampre closet space 


©. 2-384 
q- 


Neat transp. DE 


of »- ise 
Call & Li. & 
~ New amoeh 


21 
sine) es and doubles. 7 


alter 


Tre 


c : 
ave. nae up 
CO 


APs privileges. 8 7 4- aS 3 
1620 18th «t. aw.: 88 te 
= 50: heme privis RO. 7-768 
COL—tee front rm. he priv! 
Decature “st 


able, 
for 


mG - — Fi and bath. OL 


a VW. S015 Apt 5 
! + 

COL oe 4 
si aber 2 s New York 


rx 
ree cNatesr hide —beawi 
~Drwilea as 
or 


employee 
ngp oo 1 -21 A 
oP ath st 
ms; 59-87; kit 
rs) rm next beth 
double ‘Pris 6-19 
ot 


briaht 
svt. ent 
: 2-822) 
Co! ambi a Rd 

mm rag home pr 
pent emen _ 7 

— NW.; Secept ome child 
1ome - leges ). 2-704 
OL.—Couple 


only 
bY i: ae ol | att 


oid 
a i gee 
rc! S17 Farragut at 


en porch 
furn r * T, 9 -9701 
: COL, % 2 L. , NE.- ee rm. home 
riv 
ROOME ey 26 
$40 
a 


AP 


un 
ave “We _— 
kit bath 805. 


2 22 


2-3 
CONN AND B—Charmi ne lv 


? Btud house nusical 
sl 


in 7-3192. ‘not Mon 
. ive 3400 th nw. A’tr 
niceiy Sreaktes - optional. 


Book cases 
AS CO. 5-3294 
CONN AVE. APT BLOG 


}¥.- 
utils 


— 


of 


te room 
; 


27 


5 i. 14 rm 
mo. wtils. furn rit 


- 
i- 


L 


use 


‘settle ie. RA 
HOUSEKEEPING Roos 

?- OF ) 
rave adie 
‘io. isi 


. * 
ze rm 


rivets Ae tig 
at . tas rer 
te _ 1 


bed * 
CONN. AVE 
and bat fr 
191 tY 


shower reasonabie 
Fr w=? NW. 


. 
' 


r 


> 
kit 
. . 


neuse § 
Li itth st. ae 


art, 2 Apt 
CORN . "FLA AvEa—3 


DUPONT Ste, AREA 


. bedroom aot Also 
= 5299 


arege rms 


4 33 Clea 
wilet i 4 0 i. 
Fie Si oe x =) 

rm Ris bath retrig, 

utils, $11 week OL. 3.3569 
COLORED—Rms and ~~ 

tions ej jal uae: eee su 
ave ; 
“or 2 


xc 


apt. 7 


2: Tm. apis 
sex 70 


AD. 2-9 
Newly dec bedrm 
in saryee dis- 

6 -8067 


G TAPITOL ie ‘pedrims 
& ri, MSO ; 
FORT MYER AREA 


We now have « furnished ]-bedrm 
*. tht aw Senrens ent in Li. 


ov ’ Cc 90 - 
$100. Bach % 
r CARTEOE. 


EE . 


all 
a 
§.7323 
rms. and kit 


nw. Ni 


se 


1 or 
rm. kit. share bath 

man: reasonable. Li ~3261 
28 


ROOMS WANTED 
pvt 


LOCAL attorney desires rm 
be ac. 
Post-1TH 


home oul not 
29 Artax ‘Realty, JE. 2. 1 450 


apt 
verse to air cond. Box 61 
ROOMS WITH BOARD 
1 — Nice GALLATIN &T. N.W.. 206—)3 
TV; » tee eeeen a and bath. porch laundry = 


aT 

furn.. ne. shopping end bus 
GEORGETO WN—New. cool charm- 
ing: sarcen _fire lace. 1 bedrm 


24 
‘ome. ; bath $45 


in 


v A " 

rms.. sir-cond.. 
¥ 

lat at 

distinctive home for young 

2s 


and 


iadbedat os be! 


git.. foyer Ne dalh 
nw P) Res. mer 

lish basement 

- trance 

‘= ake. $50 per 


er or apt Utils 


fo 
cosphere. maid 
16th st. nw 

bung 


BN PRCA 


Sir mele and double rms 
lad men: showers: ex 


ic. board 
ae MASON 
1726 New Hamo. Ave. NW. D 
living in @ club bu rATTSVILLE “3 
ath entrance. p' 
reason able 
: n rm : 
NO. 7-4770 


HARTNETT HALL 


Good food: 


modcations 


private roy good (rans- 

KANSAS AVE “Ww 
mt Det? 
" 870. 

LAMONT: s Te NW —Livis 


pleasant accom. 
and tots social 
actevities $i4 per wee & up 


1426 21st ST. NW. 
HU. 3-5432 


CHILO CARE 


COUN A 
ers To Reasonable. 
FULL- mother's 


Fv Nt: tnd heat 


home 


OF 


31 


food. moth- 


PL eases 


Ee 
5- Saat 
‘country 
Q 


aT PLE ASANT—3 31 


ath 


wT R “tithe 


1347. 
morner 


fenced i 
TEACHER. reat will 


care to child ver 


Sk baa SRN 


WOODRIDGE PLAYLAND 
1920 JACKSON ST. NE 
to ree 5-da 

5 akf ast 


ne 
FAIRLINGTON. 
"Pic KUP SERV hy : 


Hot . unc h. , B74 penen 
LA 


Ihe a Pad $e 


nes for children 4 
Che: sapeake 


ritivtity d ae ion. = “in 
on b Feasonedie Li. 7 aa45 
St ope: NEW LT ON aT 1620 c ome i¢' . 

* Overaied by pt... ¢ . err $5 
re 


Ree ter 
WOODRIDGE AREA 
Nursery 7 s 
PLA “2604 
COL —Upper ns 
care Infant 


JA 1596 
cay 
. 2-142 


vot 


ne ili ' 
lor? b oh laren in your home. AD 


$7 
COL. “DAY CARE] 
ac HORSE 


o¥s 


NCH 10 
_ RIDING N rm 
shower bath 


150) 
‘Wnowewase Vie: —t ladle or 


al 
to Bchoo! Open 
T 


sa HOMES 32 
CEDAR HILL Home 


2-bedrm _ 
Ab +6 

» . 

L foes 
RA. 6-147 
acing Ro. x 


APTS., FURN. or UNFURN. 33 pod; ans. 

ILRIDE RD. TE 0) bo oy F043, 

, - rm rm kl 
and "hy x 


i ONT we 


at 
$75 


NW. 


$62 
‘ 


ae ( : 


2, 
si VER SPRING- Moa 
tr 


liv rn 
fer 


bachelors 


4087 

APTS., FURNISHED 

Aaa ve Pa: naven ay 
) ; ne with 


0 8-8097, cal, 


con 
baths 


alter 5 adults 


from bus 


4156. 

iF sect jon “nr. Census an nd Andrews 
Pield vt entrance 
+ f bath brand new 0 


PC — Bachelor Ta 
JU iP moLt 


980 


5 rm 
shopping 
lise. win- 

$125 


o 


o ~~ &* sie went Nr 
<KL—Near PENTA. Pamlly ape a oan 
Hotel rms. day-week. JA. 32-3343 
bak — 5B ee neham bedrm 

above 

$-2150 
lst 
655. 


i a : 
average "adults $89.50. JU. 
TAKOMA | PARK—i room. kit. 

near stores end busses 
itil - 


columbia Pike a! _ Prede 5S Harvard st 
eautiful and spacious, New kit eauip 
ing rm coneeen. Ri and 2 bee. 
rmé.. parau floo Venetian 
blinds; 3 exposuses Saitoh furn | + Ag kit... 


2 bedr 


Buit 
¥ -meo 
—. bedrm.| 
$67.50. See 


: 
—/ rms. Lat! 


aeriee “Sh he take 


v 
Newly mm, 


Sving- din- ) 


~y “» @8 
utils. inci, 
t after 5 
m= Westover: 


m Jun to t' 
newiy, ihe ee very 
n 


N (14TH ST. NW. 


| bedrm 
rs Se ich: 


APTS., HOUSES TO SHARE 35 


Sie §=6pereon 
Internationa) - 
cooperative house State 
shecignallty in reply. Boa 


ganize 
recia) 


it 
: 24h.) 
SHARE nice apt 
eae, ye 


wy 890 Seitener a 
utile.: empl. ada 
; ist (rear). 
ITH @ F STs. Ni rm ki. &! 
ha ladt bd. 403984 | ~ 
beck oH 


| Death. sony. tram 
187TH sT. NW 
| “Gpie. babs welc, 060. AD. 23-8408 
4304-2 } one 


with another | eee 
1615 &e. 


23 te 
with i 
$-3037 


ppere efficience?t: 


NOENIAL GIRi-2) to 
“io becrm. apt. in Ari 
over siri. Cony JA 
YOUNG man te 
— £25 mo. Di. 7-287 
sis NIC 


= YOUNG MAN 
Wit ras. man. 890 mo. 
?-REDROOM new apt 
empiorved mother: eiri 
incl. phene 
JA 2100 pet 


to share apt 


st 
bath; all utils. RA 6-9307 


Eire 3d floor. 


bath. ovt. entrance 
.. - ‘ 
livine 


“Ainette 
UVtill- 


mo bh 7 fee 


hs" no 


—«Vety attrac- 
bi kit... 


share 


mo 
ah 

bedrm . com)! nelle 
[Tenens and be Pu 
er = 


: 


— wanted to share house with 3 
others Own rm ony. te tramep. 
and shop center. wo. 6- —_ 

7-9129. YOUNG LADY to share 

sey sec. Prt. bedrm co. - ‘Boe. 
liv-bedrm bkede. or ser 


tive 26 


s per, f 
culet. 845 DE 
~-B448 weekdays 


onth 


: = 4— Ty ¥ 
bath. hallwa . 


lo share _ a 
m5. offi 
NA aay ts 
2 like. Li. 6-,886, 
th man pvt. 
ony Dedrm AD. 4-6 , Mi m 


re lecorated 
we. iv. rm. 
: th and inclosed pore h "Gail ‘ 
5-5115. after Pridey 
° _ 
a’- 


APTS.. UNFURNISHED 


tr peters -—— 


Por 
LE 


nel 


further wt wees cal 


Tce be 


to paired and 
°’ rm 


ALEXANDRIA 


CLIFF 
GARDENS 


REDRM 


transports 


GARDEN -TYPE AP? 
rT AND PRIVAT 
WITH FR 


NCES. OPLY 69950 PRR 


ARD 
RAR OFrLY 699.50 


Completely Furnished 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE 


1734 ARL. BLYD. PALI 
baicy ’ TO 5 SUR ee 


JE. 2-5500 
~ SHIPLEY “PARR 


rm tils 650.4 
Ri 84750 afte: 
ALEXANDRIA 


BELLE VIEW 


BEACTIFUL MT VERNON 
D SCHON PLAY CR 
‘on Premises = CENTER 
SWIMMING POOL 
WADING POOL 


ee | FOr pes! aNTS 
BO =T 


Realts 


by. 
HONE — " 201 38 


GARDEN-TYPE APTS. 
AT 


GLASSMANOR 


LTRAMODERN FEATURES 
; 


N 
LN 


EXx< 
AT 


DDOrTIoON 


20 mis 
own Di Pe tagon 
an io min. te ort 


Resort otmesphere 
grounds 
erty? ‘cor panied 
at owes 
teatures 


a es 
ren 
im entir 
APT sas 
APT $94-.$99 


=? 
: 


; 112 50 
Pile ae TIES UDED 
PURN “APTS. au AVAIL 
#01 wel) evlew Biva 
throug riday s 


RICHARDSON MANOR 
ON OCEAN FRONT AT 49TH 
i as » 3 BEI DROOM APTS 


EQ 
FOR RENT RY THE WEEK 
UCED Revs ) Dur mg J\ NE 


Reserva' 


: : La 
> #8000 and #.400 


ANACOSTIA. 
23) 0 16TH 1 oT. SE 


nek 


te na 
Ph me OC EAN C vy 
SUBLET 


vu 


— Ey a . 
une 16th ANACOSTIA 
at rm dinette 

te - 
m 


ae ete Ma 
AML ANDETA 
rm. apt. with 


err 


7 
: 


ae 


AR a 
1 BEDROOM 
EFFICIENCY 


rn 
ar 


nec 
. 

. 
iPr 


aeie 
D 


Lee 
Parauet 
pars 
. 
Ad 
i9u 
ARI 


~o 


show! 4 


AD. 4.340% 


ot 
fee 


a2 ts er 
in ND ‘ : 
Pentaso anh 
ta a ‘ 


104 EMERSON ST. NW. 


bath, 
On prem- 
EM 


iA. «D198 
rer terrace . 
, Me 


_ 


Aot. 3 
Modern 
ises 12 


3 7415. 
GALVESTON 
APARTMENTS 


NI Sent te bohin & 9A! VESTON PI 
Pied. RRL. on 
aval r 


4 
$82.50. 
noon to 5 p. m, 


rms... porch 


e ate cx 
‘ at erage facil 8 r* 


t Sra pt : 
Mi tye Us Mer, 


) shepE 


In ease 


M T ‘Broyhill pages 


ver fae; 
we ata ti: 


FORT. STRONG APTS 
LEE nwY RT 
} MI Tht Pasi 

aM. A 


7 
al te 


4$6)0_ 


a 


N 7 


KEY ~ 


BEDRMS 


Ont 
ALVESTON PLACE 
JO 7 2 Be 

ROOM, KITCHEN .. Share > & amatt - 
peire couple Rent 660 & RENTAL OFFICE. 
ARLINGTON, NO.—M 

7: . ng a 


. Ria 
Pt RN] SHED APARTMENT 
o Read &F 
n EXCELLENT residential scl 
-be -% ap ‘ a Bel 7 9 
ae > ture 
bedrr 
eet 


hat wit. 
. hoe # 


> 
Ona 


oy 
ctaninct HOTEL —8 6 Li: onn 
ng : 


BOLLING —— vik 


—Newly 
sbi eth: ee 3 


kitchenette 
aot 


DOWNTOWN. 
Gec ¢ 
53-6114 


Porren' er 
30, 


DOWNT vom AL tict Mb a es 


TE m5 -4h70 me > 


At Donna Lee 
There's Everything! 


tr J RA. "pf 
FIFLD Vier . 
ly Gecor.: éxt rma. 
| high elevation 72.5 
all at Bee Fes Ms: 


soe Vit —4 
3 
Bott ING. idl + Wie 


—lLO8. 2 BEDROOM 
—BUS. SCHOOLS, SHOPPING 
LOVE CHILDREN 
-—CLOGETS GALORE 
—EVERY CONVENIENCE 
PETS W 


"R A 
405 LS 


—WE c sri “tte 


- 


ELCOME 


a n = 
c pte S “wiki 


ass 


FURNISHED — UNFURNISHED 
~—IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


THI tm PSON 
) ae 


am 
ttt 


— 


UNIV core THARYLA ID 


4 KNOX 
‘ 


24 
te - 
age (A 


-— 


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ix 
be th 


garbage ¢ isp 4.) 


CONDOW reRRACE aF it 
and 


od apar(tmen 


single sa 


or nepect 

Apt 4 FEDER Al 

i5 New York ave 
ms 


>. or 1 rm. CONGRESS. 


. 3 ny 
or HU 
N 


ponte 7 


CONGRESS we her 
“ 
y iy i 
‘Heraurs. 06-4Th 
ra a? apt. 
pris ate entrance ; 
CONGRE: ss HEIGHTS AREA - 
ar 4 jJ- be 
nana nadie rent JO 
CONGRESS uTS At 
. el #xD a 


, 


Sia ies wo" 


be 
< 


ive ow' ) 
ec RE. 7 345 
—1314 Ken von Bt 
-6)6 


rm ned 


; sk 
NW apt 
peapte IN THE AREA 
1 BEDRM $63.25 Up 
2 BEDRMS. $75.00 Up 
FURN, APTS., $81.50 Up 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
Modern garden apartments 
urden Lying ag le 2.2 sea: res 
oo, wares 4 , 


PREE SUPERVISE cH a 
SUMMER aig ft 
CALL RE 5. 8000 


FOR BROCHURE AND 
FURTHER INFORMATION 


DISTRICT HEIGHTS APTS. 
RENTAL OFFICE 

7812 District Heights Pkwy. 

| ‘ a Piling. 


ee a she 
loth St. AW 
h. $75 _Ret_Janiter 
kit.. $10 wk a6i3 3 
RA. 3-0277. HU. 3-89 


Lp ¢] 


— 41 


at 


De- 


Te rm. 2 


roung c0..ege 
2. 29743 


Pie 


es - to r 


nee t 


ano 
. 2-946 
bath with man, 


IO 
— and 


Sr a 
HU 


$20 


4 ie % SE a 


¢ 


APTS., UNFURNISHED 36 | APTS. UNFURNISHED 36/ APTS., UNFURNISHED 36. m —_— = APTS. : a 36. APTS., UNFURNISHED 36 APTS. eet THE ‘WASHINGTON Shee he * Bey “DT 
Sn ies Bie a Thos: | TER GARDENS) af Apt. beak" sith tenmmsatn bedam.. din. at ta kit, and QUINCY STUDIO APTS. ” 
ae a had planar lata ie ME lA Pace 
Sete ch name | orated. cig thaded, law lawn. sie arse fa S eee ee ke Vboe0 oes MANOR: 


| A 4. , 
| chnarep = 7 thu Pape O-tt 
ee i ° wey So. ccetien at wean eal sees $69.25 AND $80 ae a er ee 2 ce pil Bs th. venth cleans , erated tea Pew Retriserators | 


%| some rated—1} 
and one i-bedrm..apt laqpéry ac! nro drvine 


apt heverly, Md. ; , 
SSidh alse ne. BY) | CONN, AVE APT. || SIShaiMata angi | i i ah $66. OQ | excat Tron. tad Shopping ROSEMARY 4. K £8 $56 50 | Circulation 


Remodeled and redec : jaree ] 0 ah Nad sto goer INCLUDED 
; rmn— ia tho AD 23-2185. OR 
rm ving Fm diping torer ifsiae. us (8 : 1-Bedrm. Aot.—$57-$61.50 ITHY 


=MBASSY. SECTION } vedrm.. bath. tile shower and) 2? Bedrms $89 bic is RERRPSEF in i | 
) ~ le hear oe oo gt ohe we ac ~ ?.Bedrm. Aot.—$66-$74.50 the SS : means quicker sales results 
a nwo AVE Ne | Aneneticencin AO 2-073. 3 Bedrms.—$105 Fei JORO GARDENS | sitter face aot | S-BEDRM. apt 390 | Apartments for Washington Post ond 


| 2-6082. 
wondiih QU 
: + 906—is ig ROWE | NAOES. AVAILABLE 4809 4 Ww. ss nw rm, aot 
bett ae, Be Sate. ave | ; 1 - Mo ga eye 3 =e ae a. i ae ey ot 9 4TH ST. N it TENANTS TAX Own GAs AND b aiacg : | ist 8 call ‘American a pecurity ané Times Herald classified ae 
“Sood, traneperia-| & ee:| cally bat gun, 0:30 8m te ie —— Suburban LIvINg Coin “£000. vertisers. To place your ad 
hopping. Avell, July 1.; Poe eae, at a 8 s _ _ Yield RES. MANAGER ON PREMISES | At Its Finest | rr a meted: 1 fe ean 


™ ; aT. NE... 1100—2 rms. - * 
pe WW. TH8—Avell. |S ' e jani-| 


No children THE ALDON | CAFRI itZ—Di. 3 7-9080 Also Pursished Apt. Piss Rirections, Balt | mile beyond Peace 2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS. ) <2 ds fener eh Rages Phone 


| 
| 4m BRapeeY avy. |]311 MADISON ST. NW. | DUKE APA | ni bock >) LIMITED NO. AVAIL. | Sis Piena wa BTai4 
| Cool and Green Here New modern bide: desirable corner | aT, st0e Ho Auee va | project. 18 minutes | LIMITEL Arte. sian rN el Ee room. kit..| REpublic 7-1234 
BETHESDA'S FIN si path ho mn Adee on ate | Make Your Selection Today (ny . , 
_ ; hedrm apt ith “DE Lt MODERN APT ' RENTAL OFFICE OPEN : A ba bay issu APARTMENTS WANTED 78 
ooahe " 61 poren, be ie sites per "J v BRS ES ; | a eee ies “Nisr . Ae 6 ip 4 Aw at 6124. tne! Daily feccubreg AAT’ Ai ‘nD. SUN Vacation t ome yeate a coup 
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w f 9.7115 | oe nildren M 50 | part se st. nw. ‘wu _ in de luxe elev. bids. with In Our . } luded: va-| (tit. of Navy Yard June if; 
. B ° T-hedem v for 2-38 reo 6.04 prem $82 50 | switchboard service. July 1. See furnished Not over $30 mon 


SRE + ; 8 . 
tained sarden-t790 at dovelen- . fe well stat od toveles build- | Bedrooms From 6100.50 604 KENNEDY ST NW. | CAI CAFRITZ—DI. 7- 9080 | = 1b Be nw me — SWIMMING AND 3 a Georee mR 


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block from Parkington drms.. 2 deaths. spacious, Front apt.. consisting of li 


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a Aldon Management Corp 2 kit. n ——. Mth: settled’ epi. DU. 7-532 
at 0° “~" NA 68-5740 _ Byes. OL. 6-7626 ‘ des T 4 LOOKING FOR “Wheeler Terrace, inc. WADING POO ht» 


. 950 
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Cac GRP "co oF lacunae eB oe Soe. FREER Saari we) AEE a Wale eae] A BARGAIN? N27 VALLEY AVE, SE. | = NOW OPEN | ‘fet i  dultts ee vt. a 
. onvenient $75 . | | te ne eniaren 
: 2. in ; Bee) uate: -on fos 5 Hi t RUST COMPANY ti." ine alike pg a4 > ee A ay a | FB xg S real Serge: coe AND STORAGE 
Ts.| ; ( Sth Pi. GE. Extra laree liv-| rooms anc © | private Bus Service to Capital 

Verron al. Sdern kitchen and bath and’ losed play yard "Renéry rose. T & Silver Spring Sh ation! 4g ING—}_ bedroom. § 
HIGHTOWERS ees dining area See res Saniter | each fieer. conven.| ' erst vor Ing SROPPING | COLORED orm Ne emall or toe 


_aye on oo 
n NNON | b a schools | 
. et -| Air-Cond De Luxe Apts.| pica Rear” “his tnel. | e UCHs. T54 Pius. WW NAL Bie Beet 8 Apt. Bi, 90. 2-4717. | All"Avail. to Our Residents Only} POMEROY ROD. - ‘BOXLEY MOVERS—6 room 
* oi New| PARK ELLISON utils, im de luxe elev ) | —- Maye ; 
lined TD a a ym CAP 2-BEDROOM [| IDEAL FOR CHILDREN] iutitirtta BIS <SoRincst°™*" si MBit i ra ow 
> a. Kitchen and beth with CAFRITZ—_DI 7-9080 FROM THE CAPITOL | 98750 PLUS UTILITICS a 2 ) 
‘Res Mer. AD. 4-3696/~ R CONDITIONED ~ SEE MODERN SUBURBAN | | Numerous play areas, basket Bee Janitor 2818. Apt. 4 
ONV. TO SHOPPING Al NDI N GLASSMANOR | ball courts, indoor playrooms ' 
GELMAN CO BEAUTIFUL, APT. IN TAROMA 5B) ser picnic veh barbecue pits. YOUNG & CO., INC 
___ 1100 INVESTMENT BLDG. | | Large Bedroqm, $8 rhe ible 2- ig $68-$73 50 | 7 iy 
2 Beau! iful new elevator bide. Large) A ‘ Oe Arne 16 18 ST. 3-2660 
. THE ARGYLE fm. jr. dim. rm bright kit.: | PAHY: Not Incl Diils gD 2 
"Home. oP. 4-74) APTTOL > — 3220 17th ST. NW. re St S.snee ae, ee a NO SCHOOL PROBLEMS Mii JU. . 6-Tm ent. exee NE diver wives 
A 7 _e ae sou Lee. 3-Tm. apt aT PARK RD) ) | — sae os Md ; for doctors off 
a, dic net Modern Elevator Bide 4 rkansas Ave. NW. | set we 7 AIR | OPEN bie. Also 1- ved padded. ir 
ut! Z der va Apt. 2—Liv. rm., bedrm.. dim. kit._| Pe wt We 2 NBS HYDRO. | PHONE of WRITE in_api_bidg 965 AD 4-394? wWeuese SoanisreD 
Vired tor Air Condition: ng bath ne eeenes: in rear porch Office 210 Win foft aneo| ua ,c R - | POR FREE BROCHURE COL.—1314 Kenyon a WwW. i orm 
in “oi” a? 9540. ; pleck Cantal . « Mea. a av a akas AB: Oe AURDR PA e . asi = util. ehildren $65 mo AD AL vor; 
Efficiency-$68 | CAFRITZ—OI- 7- 0 | Pa Pom Bats amt fat pe gheape penned me sek pa Ss ar 
Bedrm.—$89.50 COMFORT =| i a rs ss Sasi Aye THE VERONA APARTIOIGT VALUES $30. Ra TIKDOLA. TE. 6-387; 
AIR-CONDITIONED | tes ree + 3 :, | $8 RHODE ISLAND AVE. NW §-6520_ othe. 


aa 9-5474. NA. 8-286 5 Also unusual apt., living rm , YEAR AROUWD—Oniy $87.30 A 2 ) « ) x hare 

Unusu — "5 TI eres ' ) | 13th St NW {Puratepes.) 4 soem — ALES 

oh ne fo A . nf bath gl _— ts ob . kit., 20-#t. jalousied solarium,| 7 > ; ry ‘ : wedrm . blocks CARILLON HOUSE | sad VeRRST ay: 60 ER a. oPELLOM ; &°: oo). 

itehen and bath. Util- 37 ’ 5 R-CONDIT . ® 50 comlortal od 8150 wer 

. bn. . amole closets. 8 .0T- ‘rn aap * A AVE -s f . ' rere: $83 , tain . 2300 WISCONSIN AV c NW. : ED- } i; ; ite 10 ’ Je UD. 

hoo! hurt st Beautiful corner apt, ige.| * oder * Hs nd bedroom New AR. CONDITIONED—| block from M oO : DRM e ath, 845 Sonal 3-bedri ick Trees. auto. 

Ariedge Real Es tate Corp po Sem twin-sized bedrm., huge liv-| a 4 CHS 724 14th 1-BEDRM. APTS mB apt howe, HO. 2 x On : ‘| om. he a ——. Sae S 
- i 


| HAMILTON ST. NW.—Excel. new- 
ly wedded couples: 2 or 3 rme#.. ae 


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$55. TA 


i: BE e apt. ho *) $83 ISES cond! 
Laxury living with évery mod- 1 ; p wee _HO 2: - —— 469 RIDG * a1 NW —Bedrm.. liv- n. JA. 2-3289 
irm.. dinette th ’ " 4! rm conve ce — ’ R _ A RET HE: pA Vic NHI. 3 bedrm TS 
~JA7 St aN A 1963 m.; bedem . dinett | ; | ; ari igh SEABODY— 1 aperelarial service, pack 57 00 | SAMUEL E. BOGLEY._ INC. in din. Bit. beth. 962.50 + s “n waa arg ate 
: , ; iv u . 4 bath, 860 or ‘ . 

Ni TERRACE. MD ‘CLIFTON TERRACE ; ntee _ 1363 PEABODY ST. NW. + Ws! entenne laundry . | Chevy Chase, Md. OL. 4-1270 5 A Hit MPHREYS & SONS Soritiats ord. <Wevy CHARE 
OXO + ' ful resident manager. ALL UTILS. INCLUDED | Y | Invi REALTORS NTAL SPEC TALIBTS 

ONE BEDROOM: $66.25 and $72:| Pine, slexater, vidt, ton ist 1 BEDROOM—$87.50 UP CALL EM. 2- 8800 Efficiency Apt LLOYDS APTS. | os Aen et tearea lie | 3-0s sith Se 

ees tr ; v7 0 “i rooms with balconies. Switch-| ~~ " ies | mh | : ; e —tils om oe. 2 dedrms. i : edroam . a 
bard service—res. preg At Donna Lee 2-Bedrm. Apt., $115 Up|— PARK CRESCENT ~ Furnished, $65 | — rom $73.50 . 18, See. ‘anitor CHIRSTMAN. Ine 
; : room ....% Re 


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Mer ny SHANN Fide A There's Everything! | halls: >. - t| 2901 18TH ST. rw 2 Bedrooms, $99 | 2-Bedroom from $867.50) janitor paid oes 2 
2 14th Sot 


ow WA | rk! ; ~| Atter 1 bedrm apt. at 


wil in de luxe ele Newly Decor red = eS | 
: ewiichboord service “Avail wry . pulwesneb Oo UP GKR been 2233 1sTH S 


: | bear ed oe room 
Conveniently Located pastel secer.. 0} Petere Ja bain, 870 to B75: & cibtrot” ite “Bubiet Yume 15 


, Bee nage 
—BUS. BCHOOLA. SHOPPING. ; ig 
sus. © e ONE REDE. | m CAFRIT?— Di. 77-9089 | Modern Elevatcr Bidg. | ee aes “scpoois to rm ls._jel, pee janitor op premijees,| to Oct. ¥ jon min “oe ouse with 
. . , el. moc. &-) ' HILDR , ' Mon. through = 3664 kit baths ie , it 
mon tp pict vik na ., fan family bids. 2 rms. beth, wel WE LOVE CHILDREN ] perk. Venetian Soke See yan! Be Ee tea act | 1833 New Hamp. Ave: | a § to ty Arey ath. heat elie py 2B | Og SiS WOKANA "BSRAN 
i) . st qui it. nel _ ane &-5 , - 
hedrms h 2 fi refrig —CLOGETS GALORE  T renton errace Aots | ki aerators and 50 =y R > vER, AND AVE... CHASE Mi —Laree and 


. ONVENTENC , 2005 N 5 N. FAIRFAX AX DR. - “comtor e family | val) 
sae enue | aciecegeaee mcvopepee| transient Apartments |" 2 pews imac craw. | ACEP Bint NN * 2 ae rg sinaal 
new CHASE 


| 
~~ PETS WELCOME e attractive rooms. completely ve a. iY 
OGL AK ag 43 ST : HE uxury ram bier. 
: bedrms. 


~LOR. 2 BEDROOM 
o1—4 


Playground. parking and | ; 3 [ 
laund! lv of ' $8750 » m nelucing AGER ok? AND meV} 
—FPURN ISHED—UNFURNISHED. ; R and us Fe Ng GLASSMANOR ' vill . att " ‘ Apt _ 304 HYATTSVILLE THE HILLSIDE i§ ered set 
(taney. and shopping. free park-| —IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, ay. BEDROOMS PURNISHED.| DAY—WEEK—MONTH 1. 3-3300 LOWEST RENT IN AREA! Attractive 1 and 2-Bedrm = 
ee aT CALL MR. THOMPSON | bef NCTON equipped; linens dishes THE tc acts. avail. for July Ist o 
, ‘- “ rs a ee - a . a AT J8. 3-123) A LIN N TOWERS | - tensils 4 . itchen TUXURY nw 1-BEDROOM—3$69 50 cupancy; “35 me 00 ts - 
SILVER SPRING'S uckin arm wrnersnipd | aa a wer ‘ =: ; = : saciid baths, TV ro macy it, dice 
SLIGO PARK 9 4 » BE LOCATION 2 OL INCTES FO tt TOWN AnH 7 98.5 | 2 BEDRMS $8! EXCEL. LOCATION—ELE BLDO a 


. TO THE sm 
ONLY 10 MIN. TO CAPITOL 4-MIN. RUSH-HOUR BUS SFRVICE ; — ADULTS ONL’ 
APARTMENTS, INC CLAREMONT JEWLY DECORATED Eston | APARTMENTS ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED ADULTS ONLY CHEVY CHASE CIRCLE berm 


; ad ne Tm dinine 


1-2-3-BEDROOM = UNITS) mt ear. at, \DUpont Park ae Wisais: thietene as pen:| OllS GARDENS ‘ LE ee BONDAY. S dbirtny ts rm. 3 porches. Avail. June 18th 


, , a, aie ~ rquet floor It-in “45 OTIS PL. NW 2016 Os! .. 3300. — : 

i. Turis. Piney, re jar " x - (Off K ng St )}—-JA. 2-5003 Aire . apt. wit D hiv" a m. di | pr - nn ow unt ; hop- + es ae. with a ] Bedroom, $79. 50 ‘From ‘waste a oe . 11 asr5 Fac: stb cvreem Town Rowse 
beautiful Silver Ra. ime perl medio id be r i ey Hh “— + - A CAFRI sity Al 74S ae Et ? Bedrms., $99. 50 THE “SERENE. ] 790 NJ St NW pvat ~~ r lease $325 mo 
3 BEDROOMS. duplex: large api Best Value | BEDROOM. ~$71.50 + vt Hy OT. ee INCLUDING ALL UTILIT ag Nant country etal tae on pleas- 
Bi - a a ES INCLUDED LONG BRANCH Most convenient lecation in . ] Room, Kit., Di , at red. S80 -0125 
Bock: ot main 6 ver Boring shop 2-br. apts., $89.50 RES MG ON PREMISES Efficiencies $80-$92.50 modern building designed for s -EpRooss $5] 50 to $54 mae cat ate. 

OFFICE: 8400 Piney Branch Rd. 4-| 688 | IMMED OCCUPANCY AT *87.50 APARTMENTS eS aaa powbeh BABEMEN - Bull: ne and apts in t-c! en ‘oged 

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Weekdays. 9-4. Sat. 9-5. Sun. 11-5 } SMITHY . —— s 
NW ST. 3-3300 Bedroom. .$102.50-$145.00 : FALLS ‘CatKcr as J rambler 
313 N, Glebe Rd., Arlington | .| HAWAII AVE. NE. | Open For Inspection, 9 to 9 | te-clean file? 220 ALLISON ST. I NW. aist| Powe HO. 23ers Fale” CHURCH a 
2 Located_one-half mile acfoes Me- keot bid on geese: end DAILY | Un TIL PAL ORED ~VACANT abn ‘ie ms 
~ PARKGLEN., | OR-sAT. 9. 60 ) 
l-br. apts., $75 up SHIPLEY PARK | T ares Red by | UPLAND | | 1029 48th St. NE 
—s é-Gedrocm Apts —$9! 50 ; Sm attractive rental te desirable tene 


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| ; ier 8! 
#721 Piney Branch Ré. Bi B.. Ma | ALOON MANA aN ees | 3 Bedrms. from $136.50 oct zat. included. Im ; 
m b : 
Attractive bedroor * at 673.50 Hetion in omens A RESIDENT MANAGER 
oe CAPRITE Dr 9°9680 ‘BED a sri teade 
AFRITZ—DI. /- Eporie! Bride, Sirectiy pcrese from ts. | avail Bee janitor RIGGS RD | 
: “| the Iwo }ime Memoria! ‘. N ' ‘ o ‘ ’ 
Cail JA. 5-5500 ALL Re PY = ) “CAFRITZ, DI /- 9080 — | To rect O°, ave to BS NEW BUILDING ard Owner 
GO. SMITHY C 
ail a te to _ eT - FRITZ DEVELOPMENT ; 
wi it ecorate to suit jena OFF CONN AVE te Ne pein | 2. Bedrms., from $80. 00 bed LEX > a a © the City—@inale Fare if Lh - oS ne, Key at 3! = Gate end tote, 081.58 
N 


Buckin ham : = IMMED OCCUPANCY AT 8112 50 | _NA : : a, 2 fi 
g NEAR ROCK CREEK CHURCH RD wiy Decor FAR GOLDIERS All Utilities Except Elec. included ” : man : : ‘soe 825 
HE 4-211 
Attrac efficiency in mod : RENTAL OFFICE ae pe NW. ST A | screened 
Available * ° Wi tal 
| left L block to apts. at re Rion 
d 
Rel : re on => teh re ~ Bs. E NW 2. 3300 ALF BLOCK OF 48TH 8T C ul pe 
t it ‘ . it ’ NE-HAL | Tt : enttul 5 
TAI OMA 7K Sool Ti it. Weekdays 9-6. Sat. 9-5. Sun. 11-5 With Sun Deck 1 edrm., from 28 60 3911 Old Pedsindan Bivd.| TOL Sil Monroe at. a’ - ~| ONT YD SHERIDAN ST. NE convenient 
1.50 | JY : room apts. in & modern apt oie room nis. NO. 7-8337 Ce rey 
TiKOMA. PARK Aving rm., bed- THE BUPONT wes (OTILITIES INCLUDED) 1.5 TO DOWNTOWN CO tor ee er een pt 103 aiikat tow sama to Bet. I. 


Ish 2 Mir wT . 2 . , ; ° 
| Large rooms. pastel decor. picture) ) ¢ -be 55 KK St. 2 rm ; 

RES MGR. MR ' ; Biecks Prom Naval Research Lab ‘ i. y 14 o . 

824 Be ARI e's | pt ‘acl + bus ste ie paren w T : diva. ; Min “Prom ‘Polling id 3. and $42. CO 32. y Ole W, CO. §-1 988 coe an a end Boy 
: aaiahs Conv chars ops. ¥ €0- i . ily : . y 
: a To reach: Out Columbia pike past By. ST "3-33 Y, 1. i on i oe LEAT, “MD: —T bedrm : 
ity. oe entrance tover 7 . CAFRITZ— DI ]- 9080 oF rett Shor id Center. turn 3400 Oe Fs ST. AIR “CONDITIONED ~ HH ae ete . cae 30\4 aps . - See B. L. Sops.! CLOSEST-IN . fu cise anaes 

ly tor A — J to oom. WTO. Th a be -- 4 ’ ¥, ¥ aroe rr 75 oT —- a sia f couple D ref eas 

os NO 1-2783. oF ME 85700 | 7 ter 1 4, tf 458 | EESBURG PIKE a atta? min A TAKOMA $155 . 9 | ~ Py rn apt. bide Rep tay Lig KENSING TON—4 “bedrooms, large 

BARNABY ST. SE.—730 Large Bearms., ALL UTILS. AND TV ANT. mNct| | : | Fe wR, SHOPPING | zerd: June 1 


~-i-* — - Weinetaee i BUSH. a 400 EResapeake Sf. | GREENWAY reste er San Lape Res mer. - y Oe Tied. * oh hit fat eae * pore. |-BEDROOM— $70 MO. 
- ° Pie apitel s ' 


new bid 
$72 50 up tile. ime >.A178 170T a Ot. UN W NA &8 $590 ] REDRM $446 50 A CAPRITZ DEVELOPMENT ine} $oe8 reese. All utils.' off & uding Heat and fet a 


we _Ingpectic r ker in Inc iro thy , 
Jne _ Detergent PEDERI "RENTA re ANTS. CAREY - <ispoce! iy July and August, 
Minn: Ave. & A St. SE. > NA he? Pros it REOU ESTED 
2 BEORMS.—$82.50 | SINGLE FARE BUS | FAIRVIEW 2828 CONN. AVE. tered th otf ne. Tle BOULEVARD APTS. aEcERVOrR “noAD r Maakrthor 
PRIVATE HOUSES cee ae een ane ~ 5 pes | UNIVERSITY | a ap Rey | Rees. rept. Bee i. L Epps Apt.) _140 FINILWORTH AVE. cond. Mod. ‘ “ms 4. baths 
: it ily redecorated apts: close DE LUXE Ba JN >! Lat CHOICE 3 BEORM APT, Seuss t : ge To pasoee” A“ ee ‘ fF... c n¢ 52 play 
OR Peshoppine ‘cenverund (retepsrts’| — 1-BEDRM. APT, FROM | S*™@!* SRariment Tage 18mm Ave.) > BATHS IMM. OCC, | right, “airy rms, and bein. clas| 18700 oF gall. st, aities dices PO ive 3-bedr gh 
aoe ne or 2 bearms Attractive contemporary un! ALSO 1-BEDRM. APT ; Divel ra . > th = hom (bedrm ; 
| bath, dining alcove. kitchen, lis $6 siding fer na ful . Be. 3 COL—1235'% Sth St. NW ; ome 
DUPLEX APARTMENTS rm. ‘Dir.: Out Bouth Capitol it. to P. ot Building ur. mod. duplex |Sit. bath and perch. Ne bali von tat iL) Mpereeue ra 
' el h @« to 4th at Seer ek 2 BEDRM APT ’ e . 7 In b ‘ _CAPRITZ MANAGEMENT " 5-229) ‘. Lon, 900 COL no “ 7 rs lease. Also an er pone 
eat | Maryland, convenient to rt. Meade | ~~ coL.— se. ‘apt bide ve 4 
a i te G. SMITHY CO $82 Pang 2 bear so! = BEST VALUE | 23m Webaih: Siap iar achigh (No. 1—4217 2nd St. NW 


. 
ST. 3-3300 OPFICE OPEN DAILY a 


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Second Floor: 2 or 3 Bedrooms and Bath | APT WONTING made easy Excel +A M TOS P M re f ‘se — BEST LOCATION cot Tel Bele con y andl edahe 75.00 
‘ nl J 71-8208. 


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Bi Garland ave. JU. 95-4438 led 702.50" Avail 
ADAMS 8. : 


selections DC shown a. | . > , west « Nicely arranged apt of 1 bedrm | 
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Each House Has F and Ba ards, Lawn Care s | Bo fee. Cail MANDEI AD. 4-3400 a lene, Minah Road’ tnierece- LASALLE Apr. HOTEL Ct. NW OF ani Ti lv. rm. dining. alco ! dinette, i — 
CARL M. FREEMANe A %, o : 3 es ; WHEATON. apr bei Parker ay 

6-919 : MIT? bami 


Facilities and Repairs Provided Free C T 1R — “ a4 a Ba sth $75 cited ’ a. 2 , on ve il 18th T oo 
UNIVERSITY CITY / \P, RTMEN S ee men Livi pty Ate Kit. 0 bared , 2 ra A ~~ 4081 i nnesota ave ~. nr at ‘ire “eta 
, Moc oOuseageep! : 
rick - 


hbage and Trash Removal, Gas, Water, Heat, Laundry 


SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING CENTER ON S TE Resident Manager 


HE. 4-2073 Kitchen & Bath, $100 & $110 2D : oft + ge By Hee tr 
2 Bedrooms, $93—3 Bedrooms, from $109.50 ] Bedroom + a © ciblecees $71 80 —- THE —- ALL OTL Litt | INCLUDED rma kit. and | ” $65 | cal TRACY ‘60. |_3-4661 - 
. , wu | rmont ave. nw Bam th 65 incl. utils, LI 3 a; o clud 
ALSO FEW FURNISHED APTS ) 2 Bedrooms 9 © 8 @.0-6°0°@ « . $82.00 CHALFONTE athe ‘Apts. - = One nv 8 : bet oe Soc te ON iw “Wxtis “CHUECR — 
xy tmayge lag raga ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED S3rd and DEFENSE HIWAY | 1,24 4, DAVIS. INC. 800  #./ 1033 21st NW., Corner L| ani ra hones era 
1734 ARL. BLVD.. FALLS CHURCH. VA | 160f° ARGONNE PL. Nw. | NEWLY-DECORATED (260 Holbros! ; NBW SPPIC —869 50 Call H OuLEY REAL “Shoo Lee 
Fs age ' : STORES AND SHOPPING CENTER | Colum hour switeh-| 1 Bedroom—from $72.00 | fur’ s98 ber mo. er | ‘or CAFRITZ. "D> 79080 (-BEDRM. 2-dath. dnin. pw smal 
JE. 2-5500 Daily, 9 to 5; Sat, 9 to 1; Sun,, IN IMMEDIATE VICINITY Abia, peautifully gecoretad | 2 sie opagares prcs on 50 +} coll OM be ‘ ——SBIDRED_VACANT Dike REALE BY cO MAE 
Near Schools and Churches We Are Not New, But Lance ki Cc 


R NTI COLO in cooler 
Vaur “ 
Convenient to University of Maryland | Charming and Dignified | Eyal ASE EA itis LOOK AROUND 1423 RST. NW. 


LEE GARDENS CHILDREN WELCOME | EFFICIENCY eee WA. 7-372! COME AROUND | MODERN ELEVATOR BLOG ‘r has — 
20 MINUTES TO CAMP MEADE BY CAR 1-BEDROOM .. .$90 UP er ek AND BEE THESE pets 


2 rooms, kitchen and bath, $69 50 COOL a di ne ME ~ Beautiful, 


485. 
i G APARTMEN Bee Janitor . very lares ompletely furnished 
ace sding utiles. 9 Apply Bunt Sice HENRY 8 8 418b0 for gy 
30 


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We have o few desirable apartments available 5 eeler rd Bes BATHS v : A t?8 1988 Sept. OL 
for July occupancy ‘ = me : an Dea : HOUSES UNFURNISHED 4 

HE. 4.7070 Ww ELE ATOR. 8 utilities included a 26 One HOUSES UNFURNISHED 4 
1 BEDRM. APT... OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DE “reg N + ae | FROM $64.50 Po ga ae | 

D ~ OGDEN GAR N . emit ~ cshaner Aoey Cot 2 eR gi t8 BA A pete 7 WARWIC VILLAGE 
2 BEORM. APT a gw yy slev bide. = 18 2L arge Bedrms » $! SURREY oe . “trensD.. NE Li 3-8 Ast ehh Pantie. 
All Utilities Included | goceoare service. $93 inci. utils mA. air gongitiontne ise Se axe Wien <4 APT r¥2 APTS. SALE : - ssemen ie "earbaae yee 

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saint : all iy es improvements. & ALDON MGMT CORP LS 7 
Aditacent te Fort Myer, moments from the Pentagon and Navy NIEW HORIZON APTS CAFRITZ D 7 9080 3-0372 ‘NA 8-57 iso viiaeerlle 2-9452 a eae ge ee ™ bedr | 
Annex, just & minutes to the heart of downtown Washington . 6-7 “ pre m it Open 5 + 
, SPRING. 80 350 T-bedre 
A - ; ' dail) luding Sunds 
DTRECTIONS: Across Lincoln Memortal Bridge. follow Arling*on HILLCREST D C (| MA d PARKLA NDS ast ont ‘nt wo 
oulev tu right at to Cl do t Route 237 er , , 5 Park = hee ww Ys — ! 
ae naif block te entres he Office loc ated on eirele at head o 0 , en anor a r ens . ee RS et Bewen a 8 7-7 03 —_ a © eet et ou” “i 
| -; - —< oF = 
to- “2 tedrm. apt. Larser. hi ‘ : a é brick: 
Daily Hours 9 ‘til 7:30 VERLOOKING THE ENTIRE CITY) , o “ ni ised closets. smaller 1. ige.| *#imost p i rm... full Bes 
Sat rday 9 Youll 5 oo . - 3 BEDROOMS ] YW BATHS BEST BUY IN TOWN i ~ ’ uest closet “dinette. it > 4 — . lee’ : , n - ' 
Sunday ] ei 5.00 LARGE ] AND 2 BEDROOMS SINGLE FARE 58US all to of. bat! ' iful j 


Apply Office, 701 No. Wayne St CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING $133.50 MONTH 3% ROOMS duced. LU 


898 r 
INCLUDES HEAT. HOT WATER AND GAS $68 and $70 OVER DORIA | yh ity, JA. 
ving : m i ALEX. “Beverly 
Arlingten, Va - re $94.50 UP MOVE IN _ AT ONCE 4V ROOMS ng fm. | n f 
: : ' i “ ith onnectin path ist fi - 
Rental Mor. JA. 5-6546 .... $110.00 UP Completely Air-Conditioned | , Ls2 per| fms. bath fa L; rec. Fm 
“ r C $81 75 and $84 50 ~= Ra, . bee Us t i; = hao b pati 0; fenced back 
Office JA. 5-6986 RENTAL INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES nit tvate FIRST FLOOR iv. a iCLUDED og ald. _sacage._Bh come ct 
SEE RESIDENT MANAGER ON PREM front nag Ay os. jet ith “rit. LL UTEITIES ENE SHOEMAKER. 1919 x a as —e7 46 ae eo). split oe! 
‘AG N iSE8 i surroundings. |! i Nursery school. shopping center and : s iv. rm 
MR. COX. APT. 103 lay R: 3 well sr. | elem. school’ ot project 5 Li ca lg —s-Searm rm, serese and wll 
bedroo ge slidin 
- : : N 9 Cc JO bus and shopping J 
24631 NAYLOR RD. SE ficient janitor service. door closets and bath RENTAL i ede . Pn 


= ’ m Mop. to Sat sf 
LANGLEY PARK WEAVER BROS., INC. See Mrs. Guy, 2512 Holman Ave. Sun. 2 to ais _ (FURNISHED ht 36 a ad ce) 


APARTMENTS WASHINGTON BLDG REALTORS ' Phone JU. 8-1297 THE GEORGETOWN | datpet co. 


8201 New Hampshire Avenue eee: uae rey GBORGIA AVE. PAST SILVER SPRING TO FOREST GLEN RD LEPT | 


RCHM ON FOREST GLEN TO HALE PL. RIGHT 1 BLOCK TO GLEN MANOR. | In All Its Traditiona! Charm 
Unexcelled Suburban Living LA | ONT 2512 QUE ST. NW 


At These Reasonable Rents GARDENS RIGGS PLAZA Overlooking Rock Creek Park 


| PREVUE SHOWING ot Cony Art Hal, 
1 BEDROOM=—$73.50 plees ig asd ensalgensmcsticen A BRAND-NEW CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT NEW* AND MODERN ins anes, here Oi 
. : Viett Asiingten’s finest garden apdriment development, COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED ARLINGTON N.—S8t. Anne's cist 


only § minutes from The Pentagon @ DAKOTA AVE. AND HAMILTON 6@T. HE is. 3-bedrm 


2 BEDROOMS FROM $83.00 Choice efficiencies In Convenient, Close-in Riggs Park ceeimienioy $94.50 Up Convenient 


2 and 3 bedroom un ts and rear 


Utilities Included . 2 SPECIAL FEATURES ] -BEDROOM APT $ ] 39 50 Up | mediate possession $200 CHA 
Poe . ALIRGTON . ‘Glen Car! 
Cc 


COMMUNITY OF APARTMENT HOMES 
OFFICE and sample apt.: 2213 University Lane | sory ven, th ine Aree 


me W 


TWO LARGE SHOPPING CENTERS AND Ideal for Children Newly decorated —EXTRA LARGE ROOMS WITH WALK-IN CLOSETS 
NEW LANSBURGH’S DEPT. STORE Raney cere: 4 enidiidiiem otin —WIRED FOR AIR CONDITIONING | Also Choice 2-Bedroom, Dining Room Apart- 

i ) | 
GRADE SCHOOLS AND BUS ON PROJECT sized bedrooms Laundry facilities —ll CU. FT. REFRIGERATORS WITH PREEZER TOP | ments, some with den $195.00 up 
ALL APARTMENTS NEWLY DECORATED. ¢ on ee ‘i. —COLOR STYLED KITCHENS WITH EXHAUST FANS 7g. 
FURNISHED SAMPLE APARTMENT + eb A 2 RL fe . —INCINERATOR ON ALL FLOORS S-MINUTE WALK DOWNTOWN—STREAMLINED K 


ITCHENS 

ELEV — DRY D STORAGE FACILITIES 
OPEN CONVENIENT TO TRANSPORTATION, SHOPPING AND SCHOOLS —MASTER TV. ANT, & AUTO. LAUNDRY IN BACH BLDG. MonEn MODERN APPOINTMENTS RENTAL INCLUDES UTILITIES 

Daily 9AM to 1 PM ‘fun, 1 to 7 PM ; Efficiency, 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Units : 1 BEDROOM APTS, ....... $77.50 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


PHONE HE. 4-3200 oe re ae eee 2. CERO EPS. 0 6 éog'  SIVL00 OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 


Resident Mane re... JA. 7-0300 Icuopes 200 Le 
H. G. SMITHY Co. ) 012 P Featderich St. / wy 2 bas des 2 Amma ma Nags NOON TO 6 P.M. a vo 


— ; res Furnished Apts. run SOLS oP. ¢ Pa; BON. 1) AM pmo Daily 4 To 8 P.M, | tyseret. «Fee, 


N ee 


_D& 


Sunday. June 10, 1956 


415,000 
Sunday 


Circulation 


means quicker sales results 
fer Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 
for Sunday 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


It ar re 
= 

8 oe 
A. 8-9137 


N.—}-bedr. ie brk. Cole 


a 3-beare.. 
ides! sation 


Dis. 


ouse 
win 8 tiled emt 
et try ent we. she 
, Tomas dist public and 
pareanin 


Occu upancy Avu- 
-77 


rms . bathe 
hall screened scnoh dish - 
we installed 


vel! June-July 


new split 
2? bathe 
In on gy — 


large 
OL 
offering 


attractive 


pa features 
ormer $2235 « ,- Fy Call 5 
answer call 


Pirst 
= {Vleck trom Lin in 


Liv 
fi: a fa 
pin 


kit Kear 
New threugh- 


_o 


* Sa 


. Tv - 
kit eead-iew brick 


- rm 
ech! shops 


ay town house Lar ree liv 
3 bedrooms. bat full baer. 
ee patio $150 


A.-@. DB 
108 66 


“a or nope Ti Mt 
- 
“heat call no, 7-199 atier bm “a 


Ly 3 4500. ves 


FAMILY OF Ly *Bedro 


Sdant. 


stores sit 


—wwW 
h. ve din y yore ie | 
re full Dem 


eT. & mol — 


® the. oJ 
a woe 5 mp striehn 
t - 
Br. oun. A, 
credit 


AES aa 


yw 


tence ‘storm | 


an bedroom 
Wh 


ouse 
rae- 


} roomy 


auto 


0. 7-179 


HOME VALUES 
1015 NW CAPITOL 8T.—4 dedrms 
: oe AL-* £110 
st NE—4 rooms and bath 
B in ST. «OF 
aa% 


wW — tere (24 comm.) 
apt beth 0 6 newWiy decor 


5 50 
A HUMPHREYS & SONS 
he NA. 8-5920. 


5 rms. kitehen, 


2 Mau. 


Colored—399 CHOICE WAREHOUSES| ° 


PETWORTH - 


BRK . BSM 


RMS 
Fr OUSBS att 
ont NATL ape fae 


No. 2 Thomas Circle NW 
RE 7-3534 
COLORED — Sicod * 
Monday DIXIE 


bath 
oe 
nbAt TY 


"ie 


and 


a 
. ae race VOR RE RENT vith 


rm..! 
fenc =| 


——un pearms. iit 
Sy t with rec. rm 


| on ‘ 
a sitar merraae Se 


ee —%3. hed room house 
Va h 


i 


: 
-_ : 


profess\ ne 
ng le dear oom un! 


vr 


rT i 


beuse in 


yaro 


in IVY TT SALE OR ont a3 


immediate oe- 
Virginia. ¢ sone 

ac 00}\s al 
spacious wns 
pasementse: rental 
Lerehmont 


Vousua lly ater 
convenient fo 


or without 
895 


f . wo 
r FF $i CHA 


3 im 
; nr Sublie 
Rm ..-+ AY all July 


ciusive section 

Her 2-be brk 
. Picture window. sire- 
eoqulp ite 
beautiful trees 


CHURCH AREA 

(1) Denne Lee Garden 
ra 3-dedrm . 
venient $e rrr Avaliable 


Pe Peitiar ax Count ry Club area- 


D 
ener. 


Rhy pee 74 
od Tenens 
ard Available now 
reenway whe 2 dbedrm 
Cod. den. i deaths, re@es 


rm Avaliable "Jul ’ 


bainhs 
2 


‘INC 


* + 


X REALTY, 
ie 2-1450 


yt tak td, TER. se. 4208 —Jusi 


ARFA 


bath ry at ore . 
GILLIAT @& "ts 


* Rl bed - 
rm. house with ose lee 
livine rm Going rm ‘Gi ehen 

on ist 210 OL. 6 


P 
A 
ola be re Yat fi’ bed 6 
lois Vy ch 10 “Pent 


& rooms 
exe cond 
eric 


tnd 
Call 


~ bath 
bath 
$159 


116. P 
Security and Trust 
NON BLVD. AREA 


bungalow 
“61 15 per month 


S-reom  bdric 
Hall Villege. 
newly dec 


ores yard many 
ermnon; $140 per 


2-story. T-room frame 

throughout 

trees: near Mt 
nth 


2? bath@ family room 
rm Wellington Park 


NICE CARTER DAV Ls 


a rches 


TARE or 


purchase on ae Cape 
ru 


Your chi 
eur children will be 
185 mo. NORTHWEST REALTY 


—-bedrm. he ck 
yaneee vara. Conv 
nad churches 


shopp) ne 


lease 
Co 


semidet pd 
trans schoo 


rkway 
3 bedrms. 
Immediate possession 
1 uy On easy terms. 


with fireplace din 
r 5 


ash 
rooms) 
ment 


- r 
whieh are on ist f) 
churches wenee Only 
ea ‘Pooles: He ait “bs. 
3 
h 2 -ft living 
rch. wht 


shopping 
le 17 {per ~ 4 al) 
‘sche * 8 r mo. Ay 
Nine ib ond June 20" 


Beihes- 


ATON AREA 
beauty 2 modern batha, 
enced jot. $140. per mo 


th. 2-story 
man 


= ne 
os F 


furn 
fetta i 
‘4 


~ bedroom, 2 
w tire a he 


i 


ARG GE for rent. 2000 block 
of 1 at 1% blocks from Dec- 


lors Hospitsl Mes 00) es 
OFFICE, DESK SPACE, Rent 46 


ARLINGTON. Wise lvd 
souare ret rew ~ »ctien 
conditioned TENCHER.- WALK 


ARA 
nw 
ta 


—About 
fice space in new 
bide. with parking: bh 
divide to suit tenant HOWARD 
: 2° pol 
pius secretary- -reception 

rnished Air-e 
Available immediately 


TLE—Doctor or pesr- 
laree 2\e-rm. suite: 2 


pape: ids cases. 


-toom , fom 


= 


¢ iatrist: 
firep 
riy : 


flat commer cia 
we ties @vall 
chitaw 2 ara Bt LAN 
at 3334 "North Upton st 
fron 600 lo 
if- an nd bide 5. n< 
Buitabie e inonrenee 
' sf THO OMP- 


7 
121 
laree 
uv 


, 201038 nm. 2 
; ae and 


< sites 


eTn ai Bs 
as $45 per ment ih 


SILVER SPRING 
8707 GEO 


At reactive 
aft ices 


AD 


D 
~ 


SIA AVENUE 
New eir-condit 
speed e evator 

tn suit 

cate ; 


building phone 


, Wash neton Enc! ineerine 
—~ 


| engineer or man- 
representative of con- 

apicuousiy fine qualities may 
A e@od easy 


DE. 2-0730 


airy office. part of suite 
meres . = ice locati 72. 
if 


a d 
CONN CTICUT. AVE cA 
IMMEDIATELY available 2 -Foom 
suite. Securities Bid 72 13th 
se. aw Carpeted alr cond. partiy 


7088 or short .term Sense 


op! 


ul- | 


dexi8 2333 18th 
pees Columbis ~ te ly 
ADD 


“DESK aOACE 
t vou don't need « private office 
ut id like. & piace “hang 
your hat.” | relax) 
aay et in touch With u 
provide desk space In an air-cond 
centrally io modern office 
bids reasonabie rate S8ec- 
retaria! te penne e servi 


aR. CONDITIONED — 


2000 ag 

ore (wo 
three floors vator. lights 
— supplied at lees than 


WEINBERG & BUSH, 


07 NW NA 


LASALLE 
1028 CONN AVE. 
ct DESIR ABL 
NEAR MA 
Must Be 
Apply ‘Office Sor 
DESK SPACE 


studtos 


yy 


one @ also 


a 
an 


$2.50 


A a 


— 
loge Fenn. A . 
~7¥ s ollice. 15th 
. ] 

for rent. |} 
? ; ’ _ 
‘ fhe front 
rooms. could be used ancstore $255 

Parkine plac if nec- 

$10 Martin “Brot hers 


5 lable for. medical and) 
a) Ned profes sions, Unlimited dras 

ing. thriving Mary commu- 
ity WA. 7-34 13, : 
Office “Ty terse rm. is 

floor: air condi aR $65 Excel- 
Sai ai tas Ho 

me MO. IN STILITTES. 

U RUDD U. 2-3060 


SUSINESS PROP. RENT 47 
BETHESDA 


aot gommereie street level 
f air- cone’) 


— 
6. Cali'o ow he OL. | 


a rs ean, JU 
. Marsteller Jr. Real 


SILVER §& NG— Brick 3-bed- 
ram ull 


basement; 
Will 
9-5708 (weekdays). 


bus 
t} 


r ; 
uly mo. 6 


a HEIGHTS — 


fer enteraining & bed rooms, 3° 
Wil accep m 


mod ludes 
s 
a. | 934.806 Lo 
| Biomaken: CP Ye uh 


residence. idea! 
2) 


For Sale or Lease 
| 1317 14TH ST. NW 


; Meters brick business mle» con- 
tainin ft. flee es 
Freight alevnher, exce! 
avaliable adjacent i0-car 
parkine 


1244 20th St. NW. 


mod. al! ~soneaaee office 
exesiten' 


private 


ry 
oor 
wat | 


aw ra 
en 


NEAR i9th end Ks 
d basement brisk. » 


m 
rms. a. 


 abictne E RULLOCH & CO 
3882 A, Ae——_ A 


4 
, AVE. 
KA Re 


Sahat aT a 


pienty of 


re for 
small te sae | ‘fv 2-8220. Bun 


1507 Rhode Island Ave. NE. 
1750 oa. ft: 2 Gisplay windows: & 
car parking space in rear. Suitable 


‘. vari bus 
OGER MOSS, Realtor 
A. -$029 Byes. BE. 4-9292 


delicatessen baker 


te 1 

re 

wae = reture far 
bcoreston! 146 W. Wash- 


show 


2 ston | Bats _ 
eee < ECKERT 


t repu 
consider taking 
Appl 


fictent , 
BE. Tohaeri. FP. 
Br 


all applies 


oie LOCATION | “tsurteous and est 


paints and walipaper 
‘s autifu) 

avaliable in highly cuccesaty, 

pin center doing large vo) 


Weigh & BUSH, Inc 

A107» St. — > ery 9900 

Rees tad 1 on oy 
neh 'y ane, sy op- 


me center at col ote nea 


umoia Pike 
a 


WAR 


6000 «4 office and show- 
included. Parking for about 
cars. Rear loading. Convenient 
location 
2 sa. ft 


2 dry 
verehouse 


light we 


Be. 


oGern nee 

om - construction 
air-conditioned of- 

inciuded. Ready about Bent 


(4) 24.000 «se _ft modern 


warehouse read ate (fail 
lease as obo unit ot Givice inte & 


WEINBERG & BUSH, In 


nee 
Can 
000 


BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 55 


ARL.—Delicatessen. by ened 


_ for 


t Lake Jackso 

ie areas Buitadie = ath : rie 
Compiete equ m pos- 
sehen to responsibie person only 

nateas -W 
GAS—Pryrolax franchise 

Annapolis “Ga 650 customers 6) 
necessary equipment to seperate 

imaging trucks, Call COleniq) 3-| 


best Pye 


NCBA 
st 6fell imm 
Ban 
rest 
Pr an 
a 

conditio 
any rea. offer 
& manager 


equipped. 
wi onsider 


Also consider bh hirine 
YA ANTZINGER 


forthera 
e. shed 
prowing comm in ty Bo sinecs 
pubiec Im past year ana 
conan 
Sasther 


Shir CL 
thereaft er EE 
Inc 


arene’ -—\ 
“7 BODY Re SHOF eee 


“an be added: 6-rm. hom 


’ rm e AGS 

reek Lieve Rinsitcren t Make 
s ecar cioset 

maint brush H ge market to we. 

crug 


na cen'rac- 
Large premts Cedar ess 8: 
: ° 

FOr r 
luneh fm ne 
and Poet. TH 
pt fl 
— 


JA 
, week dare after 


2950 down: 
erms this 


total. 81200 easy 
ust sacrifice is a 
; an ryjce Wlajton—Lone | te 
rm iease. Sout ¥ ¢ lexandria 
at elas bs 8.1 stu Jewelry 


nd Re) Shopping center in thic 

, —_ sper rt area. | 

comer ition VYeariy «roses over $20.- . 
erifice due te iliness. LU 


STORES wanted for TV film 
Avis ion company 


entering inte 
olor TY Repiy Box M-2165 
at-T 

ys Rca ile cheap 
aoe 's Ns oon on account of ilimess 
MOTEL ON VA. RTE. 1 


26 miles ee ow Alex: 24 furnished 


MOTE FOR SAT 


evi ice ane consultation by exclu- 


payments 
90000 
alance easy payments 


“JOE 'H “THOMPSON 
232 WOODWARD BLDG. 
EM. 3-1220, Day or Night 
RESTAURANT ~1 ~Ber ; seats 65. upper 


rent 


good fer 


ock 
orcenization headauarter 


Under $20,000. Owner, JU. 9-122 
SERVICE STATION‘ for lease 
by, maior oi! company. We de- 
sife capable person who can 
hard and desires own 
business. Mechanical ability 
heloful but not necessary. Ex- 
cellent rental terms. Call Mr 
Graves, TA. 9-8500 
SMALL typing ond duslicetine serv- 
ice for oo killed per- 
cone iteble. *reiabtished ad. 


ounts yee S y priced. Box 623 
Post 


worr 


sirable Northwest | 


"apd radi ator shop com- 
bins: ion ne _ Soctmerenes 
WE Sess a) until 
MILLINERY and sacoessory shop 
Nice store and apartment. Reason 
gave rent. Lone lease. Btock 
fixtures sacrifice price $500 
all 1229 BS NE... Li : 
VENDING MAC HINES—S for $100 


Box stock for part time 
1-305, Poni-TH._ 


sf SELL iallor shop. Leaving 

t once all AD. 2-9629 or 
4045 

Your oppor unity £0 


“into busi- 
requ ired is 5.00 
$5 


cash 
el 


ve 


Cal 71-9824 roth 
14 Bice Me BATHS 


ou ~ ants Ay $175 


35° ROOMS-—_6 BATHS 


oil heat. Ni ~~ ¥ 
n location 
for euick s8ie sieoe 


‘7 “ROOMS—2 BATHS 


Reat $125 eu ened ever $300 
heat aan’ ture near 
fares shop. center Only $200 


ej ST. 3-1500 


J Young, 
Su) 502 


+ ANS are 


corner res 
Me Georgetown apartm 
bove : Geo orgetown 
Rents store and ap ] 
000. Fixtures 
or 


= 


rent 


_ reduced 


. e. 


af 


income 
sale. Write US. Report, Box 1141 


onea | A pia of Your Own 


3 Gissetbatere wanted 
minded, 
make 610, boo ¢ 
ee ty oat s vs 333 
- a) 


T ONCE—Restaurant 
p- 


saespess F equ epmens: x. 


per year 
ae 


—. orl . 


IL LEAS 


Da ACRES. Re DOWN 
ess gives citizens 
eave right vei oil cos to 
leases: you @ 


yet mor ~ AR, 


on ys. we 
formati on 
areas 


| brek jean Oi! Sur- 
| vers Viv Los An- 


iefer re limere | 
* 4208 
down - | 
. 


o| 


sepa 
‘Licensed “an dang *ponded on der 
) 
et biv 


We wi 
nearby 
N 


| fn’ ence : 


oP ae 
g trust note on 
Palis Chere ome. Write Box 792 
“ 
TRUST =: ANTED ona 


Bl ess 
me Y 


“JAM 
SALE, INV 


ware 
ouse 
pes 


diciaryv 


eT r 
’ rick apt 


wW. nee 
subdstantially Suit 


Annual rent «@ 
price ae Nas’ 
sie K &t. NW 


NA 1166 


RETIREMENT 


Counle can live in detached home 
ef spout 


lcely situated acres Wit 
pleasan' trees and ward and 1! 


Pri ce tae ho. "5 "7 A rege | 
ee 


ot HIRST 


Annandale, Va. Phene CL. 6-2200 
v7 


Se 
APARTMENT HOUSE 
4 APARTMENTS 
CONGRESS HEIGHTS, SE 


(‘SELF CONTAINED) 
4 UNITS. True gpertment 
erick. liv din 
and bath each Tenants par 
utils: 4 refrigs. 4 ar 
Income S100 eanval .. "price | 
4.500. Term 


CALL NOW POR APPOINTMENT 
RIGGS & CO. “AU 3-3316 
SALE, BD. C., basa 


house 
hedrm 


all 
heal 
$24 


’ 


st — 


A 
ae ares aie _ 
8 bemarie: keet 3 


Sun 


‘ 
3-6552 


AyeRBACK & co = - 
AMERICAN U. AREA 
PARK 
DOLL HOUSE 
$12,500 
128 NEWPORK AVE. 


Detached frame bung eee, in ex- 


ts ining 2 
- reened 


1-6 


River Read ; 
eters ave. lett 


heen. 
+ and | slunte room: 


OPEN TODAY, 


EACH .” : 
beyon ® 


EXT IStinvee ‘Corp. 
KE, 7-1807, DAY OR NIGHT 


To 
blocks 


. a. <leon- 
pedreom. semidet 


ANDYWINE 5 
ood buy we a 2- 
Owner occupied 


os suit 
CAPITOL “HILL 
OPEN SUNDAY 27TO5 


6-room brick 
4 


Ges 
Pet th» . 
I. 7-93 


JO 


MPLETELY. M 
Jarce fiat front yo 
ideal fo 


extras are ‘white oak : 
tile shower bath, nice front 
yards wees alley 
Reasonable orice and term Her- 
bert ope Bons Realtors is Best 
: LJ 3-6129 LI 


3755 Keneawhe '» 


RARE OPPORTUNITY. 


Te buy ao unique heme, designed 
for sracioug Miving and entertein- 
men' A little peimt Will make 
unis « dream house. Foyer. 13 br 
? liv rm. with frepi aun 
poreh dining rm. screened porch 
ki with lots of eabinels. new 
stainless stee! double sink, pantry 
2nd fi. 2 bathe. 3 bedrms., Mester 
13 by 27° with Arepl...twin closets 
basement with maid's rm. ane 
bath: laundry tubs, new gas-fired 
hot-water heat system, bulit-in 
garace: slate roof; yd. with roses, 


donwood. shade trees. Compare its) 
5 


pace. $20,006 price bracket, leca- 
tien with new houses anywhere 
Mre. Kropke. RE. 717-1633. COZ 
& CO. Eve 2-8499 


3412 30TH ST. NW 

ATTENTION DOCTORS, 
DENTISTS 

new brick hte house 


AIR-CONDITIO 
. 3 fall bat ‘ 


rand 


accese to 
adaptable te consulting rm 
Ampie parkin —. ell time 
2 biks. from and Ordwey 
Can be financed o sult needs of 


ase 
| we! below reproduction cost 
in apper 30's 
O Hagen on premise 
OPEN. SUNDAY, 2 JO . 
DIR.: North on Conn. Ave. te Oréd- 
way St. left to h and ieft to 


our OPEN gn 
EXCLUSIVE 
JAMES L. DIXON & co 


ST. 3-7 


Detached ‘ bedrane 

24 excel. cond 
Vacant 

terms 
feekend shone 


garage 
yery easy 
ealtor 


. | Gera 


CONGRESS HEIGHTS 
DON’T MISS THIS 


papsIDet BaICE 


|) 


BEDRM 


rms to be arran 


RA. 3- 4884 
RIGGS & CO., HU. 3- 3316) 
_2 tomily u- 
S11 


DUPONT PARK COLONIAL 
FHA FINANCING 


See this detached home in an out- 


section. vicinity ~s Boll-| 
(rep ce. | 
eee. | 


-. ‘st floor, “Ty 

th 2 oor Ra a artic. fyi 
yy ‘with eg fireple "Giese 8 
shopping and Gos. So ules 
: jountews. 


64) SALE, D. C. HOUSES 


= ee fen forse ay 
Ito Ko KOLB B CO. 
GEORGETOWN 


Take acvan ew conetruc- 
bu a - 4a 
oy 


; . 


Yeomans 
ntown 


ooh ler WARD R. Mc 


h. 


aia aon 
return 


in 


Spe condition 
) gern ease call 


‘les. er mire. . 
= DAVIS 9909 


= 7 Tai 
paths. — cn ee 


wear tte 
2 Ay 


pa 


Live im one 


a 5 Wee ey A—2400 Meylor r¢ 
eee BSA 7, ry, 5 co we 
fall bemt 


i arse eee, ai 
IE Lise. 


1103 AR 
. : ba 


Sun. 1-4, A 


NUE. a bargain 
sacrifice 4 owner micka; 3 


3719 R ST. NW 

OPEN SAT & SUN 

A pleasant > -rm. house con erage 

bik. or 2 from 

cond wit . nt me te - 

Soerte power for ad ith i a3 , A 
—* pore), Full Gry) 6.5445 ges oa te Sean. 

open sign 


w ere ave.. then 


a 2." 


j ms ri co 
A237 Wise. Ave... AD. 2-2109 
GEORGETOWN 
1411 37th St. NW 


FEN BY SPORT MENT OUT 

rick: weet of ave y 

rooms rat Se ottan rm ro 
t.; full bem gas heat 


m 
a AU in Det re ' 


we AY +m hp _charmine 3- 


with 

new a 
porch. 3- 
rec. rm. Excep- 


. 
Colonial brick home 
hall. iv 


th 


Exclusive 


eves and 


‘WALTER REED AREA 
7513 8th St. NW 

OPEN 32 TH 6&6 P.M 
lust off Ge. and Alaska ave 
old immecdiate 


ore a heat mt 
DU 72480 $10.98 Fasv terme 


| 


investment | 


; 


er 
a Le an sate et tor 8 , ane me 
Br farelif? area area— | 
center 


WALTER REED AREA 


A solid a mute 
od 


. 
os ine 


, a, Pisihs © o 


WESLEY HEIGHTS 
FIRST TIME ADVERTISED 
Dienitfied quessenee set pete iy 


ee 
? 


JAMES L 
St. 3-7200. 


2-0290. 
4-Bedrm. Brick Bungalow 
Se “Donne anc 


th showers. fire- 


DIXON & CO 
EM 
ee 


136 or BT. 5-736 
ATLAS REALTY CO 


Close to Sheraton Pk. 
Completely Redecorated 
| 2206 CATHEDRAL AVE 
OPEN SUN., 2-6 


‘ r has living reem, dining 
room, cen, &) 
Pull 
FURNACE 

TER 


wauts ofter Asking 


Werth on Cenn ave a 
and right to our OPEN 


DIXON & CO 
Faciusive 


3.7200 EM 


2-FAMILY 
HOME AND INCOME 


To reach 
Cathedral 


- 


3-3603 


To pe 
Rew h. RE. 6-6460 


64) SALE, D. ¢_novies 3 
NEAR 


: rm 3- rm 
chinate remier a > yard 
. 5 Call bi 3333 ul 8 


¢ 
— by 


64) SALE, D. C. HOUSES 
COLORED—FT 
4 Attention, Gis 


Facing Government Park 
Only $500 Dn, $69.60 Per Mo. 


Kilsg’ rm sem|-detached brick BA 


7) Sedrms ag & 
A ae 4 ed "t 9” pence 
H CO. 


64 


NO DOWN PAYMENT 


~~" 
all Mr 


"FRED A. SN 


DET. BRICK COLONIAL 
340 ONEIDA ST. NE. 
OPEN 1° 1-4 
".9r -014 brick }-bedrm. plus 1' 


both home: finluned ree. rm. and 3202" Vista’ ST. 1 NE. 
$995 PSOWN oR TRADE! 


Oeen—341 Oneida et —3-dedrm 
semidet. brick with sarece 
RIGGS REALTY 


RA. 3-0450 ‘Ex. 3-40 


DETACHED BRICK 


Lovely 4-bedroom burtgalow! 

Knotty pine clubrm. in bemt 

Huge 200-ft. yard; Colonial 

6906 18TH AVE, front oorch. Gar. New-houte 
$750 DOWN | condifion. VACANT! 


eyear as Dr rien 6 teense 
moter th. gee heat. fenced-in 
TROIS BRESSLER 
TU. 2-5995 


NEAR CH. CH. CIRCLE 
7 BEDROOMS 


$24, os Gi 
ee porte. | nppse 


$495 DOWN!’ VACANT: 
356 BURBANK $7. SE 


. jean 


yare. 1 
metal parr) gree _- trust 
me 


CALL Di. 


$32 
"y ghb0 ANYTIME 


or COLORED—G! 
1937 | we RD. NE 
eet down! & rooms and 
? story modern brick: 3 arce 


tamliy. 


‘OL. 4. 
Bik Mass. Ave. N 
s7T™ a 
Very ecious mode 7-room 
brick ta beautiful “condition Pine 
peneied rec 
aree fenced let 
' & wPonceriul 
Cox. LU rg Ry 
. 4p 5 LTY 
col 
desiradie 
2 melesed. att 
bathe 


. ALOninis s INVESTMENT 


COLORED _VETERANS 
SEMIDETACHED 
ABOVE BROOKLAND 


»65.81 MO. 


iy 8500 4een and sa5 81 


rms 
anevty Pine 
ewnings 90 


aaa  xpproved 


SEMI pEtachEn aster | brick: @ 
™ , 


ma 


; Dt 7-1655. eves A 

1.94603 

wu CALOMIRIG INVESTMENT 
CORP 


ERED A. SMITH CO. 


Tentineed on Follewine Pace F: 


—< 


' 


"E Rioos & Co., HU. 3.3316 ees bas “eae | 


ec ll TODAY 


FOGGY BOTTOM 
907 27TH ST. N.W. 
OPEN, 2-6 


A charmingiy remodeled brick 
home in this most cenvenient loca- 
tion. Your imepectien > Be invited 
Mrs Howell. FE 26. on 
premise« 


H. A. Gill & Son,, DE, 2-5000 
“FOREST HILLS, D. C. 


4531 28TH ST. N.W. 
Located between Conn 
Rock Creek rk. We offer 
detached brick a al a n 


ERICAN ne amg PAR 
Gi Approved—$ 19,60 
4307 Alton Place 
OPEN, 1-6 
-bedreomt brick Colonial with 20- 

dining 


room | 
with 
8) 


BURR N. JORNSON JR & CO 
—MERICAN U. ‘SARK 


4534 BUTT AY  T. PL 
OPEN TODAY, | 


Bareain price in 
rick Colonia 


Legum and Gerber 
Realty Co. 
1S Conn. Ave 2-2000 
GEORGETOWN 
OPEN SUN., 2-6 
1033 CECIL PL. 


Summer is coming to Cherry Fl! 
leue croup of houses between 


* 


Ae, 


sr of (14 (0) = 1/8 


OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 5 
132 11th ST. SE 


tm Wistorie “Philadelphia Rew 
beautifully restored town heuse 
and garden. Handsome crawing 
im pilaster 
charmi ing and comp" lete Call Trt 
Seren 1. 3 


ROXANA DORAN ASSOC. 


menue a apenas 
GEORGETOWN 
1016 29TH ST. N.W, 
OPEN, 2-5 
4+ earden, Only $17,508. good 


ine Schuvier Gmith on 
——— ieee 


Howard R. McPECK 
GEORGETOWN 


$00. 35TH ST. 


NEW LIsTt 
town hewse. 2 rooms. 1° 
ree living room with fire- 
me kite ish weeher 


2-car 


BACH: Out East Capito: 


st. te Lith st., first block to right 


133 CARROLL ST. SE 
ene of the Hills most dr- 
streets Charming re ag 
brick. 2 Ddecr I 
arden. on ‘canenk 

perking $25,560 
Roxana Doran Assoc -* Inc 
235 Pa. Ave. 

Li. @-4500 at 4-2742 
CHEVY “CHASE 
FIRST OFFERING 

90% Ist Trust Available 
5542 NEVADA AVE. 
OPEN 1-6 


‘ocated frame 
22-f 


ocern. sarace . 

air-conditioned fer summer 

, , closed «arden Austin FPF 
——— AD. 4-7267 

room 

pantry on 
eee porch and 
4 : 


GEORGETOWN 
OPEN, 2 TO 5 
1314 34TH ST. 


ve to Mii 
Nevada ave left te our open sgn Bost _ srectous Poe: century 
th 
BURR N JOHNSON JR. & CO 
A777 ves ol 77-9427 
“CHEVY CHASE, D. C 
3815 MILITARY RO 
OPEN SUN, 2-5 
det ‘= hed J-bdearn 


elie bemt.. eas 
’ une, th wooded 


Very modern kit — 
Rent or sae Exclu 
MRS CHATEL. AD. 4 tist. 


hrick 
nee’ 


2619 O ST N.W 


se 


lower 208 


E. A. AUverTe 
70S 2-SA00 
CHEVY CHASE, $23 500 
? blocks to all convermences 
3416 LIVINGSTON 5ST. 
OPEN, SUNDAY |-6 


be 
1D 


ar 


MILLICENT CHATEL 


1675 Wise. Ave DE “L137 


_ 
7 


1801 Primrose Rd. NW 
NEW SPLIT LEVEL 
Overlooking Rock Creek Park 


4 es DEN. 4 BATHS 
| DARK Pully air-con - 
) 


a tan te 541 n e.g OPEN 
REAL TY BROKERS, INC 
EM 2-4471 5504 Conn. Ave 
Cc eVY one ie 10 Military Red 

o SUN -6 atizective 


n 
‘a0 


3. 1666 
CHASE. We 
EV LOCATION 
OPEN, !-6 
PRICED TO SELL 
pont MISS THIS BRICK 
R ENTRANCE loo 


screened ‘port r 


H 


! Z 4 vee _ §. 
RAMBLER—-3 BEDRMS., DEN 
NR. WALTER REED 

aneled rec Open 6-yr.-cld Otrk. Center 
Garage. Wooded hail frp! 
E right on kit vith t gard _Gisp 
i vl -_* 0 95 DIR.: © 160h 
te 144m P} 
14th Pils NW 
LEO M BER NS TE! NJ A 


co 14833 


finersorcht to OPEN BION 

REALTY BROKERS, INC 
EM @-4471. 5404 Cor Ave 

Dupont Village, Restored 

HOME & INCOME 


Open 1-6. 1416 HOPKINS ST NW. 


NW 


a 
Reames 
O ana 


"418.950 
P 
; 
ey 
42! 


IN CO 


S 
LEO M BER? 


the larger houses 


te dewntewn or the Pentagon 
a¥- = 
4eu 


room ‘(Seate Ten) 
perce and garden. kitchen 
floer, 3 reoms 


dining 
7 


nea 
: 


in this desiradie 


and bath on ara 


GEORGETOWN 
ALL OPEN, 2-6 
1521 27TH ST. N.W 


Wel remeseteg o des: taste Idee 
This solid brick hes 
“end wonderfu 
den Pricea well 
and may. be mnemeee Mre 
Mf i} on premises 
RCETOWN AREA 
BURLEION 


3614 > oT. N.W 


Sts se° 
. 


2 an 
room 

hie rar 
Rane} ing nels ae rneed Mr 
premises 
ST. N.W 
Baths, Re 


$14,750 


“Ranks 
+ 
' 
a 


Rm 


Pr 


Witt 
son, DE. 2-5000 


GEORGETOWN 
3202 RESERVOIR RD. 


‘ 
Hi LLCREST SE 
2023 31ST PLACE SE 


Are vou looking for a 4-bedreom 
home’? Here it is and priced Seles 
25.000. Featuring detached brick 
living room, dining reom. kitchen 
2? bedroome and bath ist leer. 2 
bedsooms and yo 2d fleer. Large 
closets l}-to- i Srpetene. 
Pireplace Finished. knotty pine re 
iA 


ouse. 4 ‘au 


PAUL P. STONE 
TU. 23-1105 or RA. 3-9239 


~ MASS. AVE. PARK 
3225 GARFIELD ST. NW 


Ist Opening, 2-6 
i *s unusually attractive home is 
rare bargain for smmeone search 
Ing ces the aoe 
Wid cente 
Piant od. and 


du n Y 
rm anc el 
the 


ry 
nm ediaie sale 


ST 
bathe 
cetached 
ith eener 


SOUTHEAST 
BARGAIN!! 


ST ek WAME YOR 
5S Brand-new. « : 


‘ RMS PRI CE $22 


OPEN at NDAY 14 Dir 
Alabama ave. to 36th at 


THOS. J. FISHER & CO 
_7)8 15th ST. NW DI. 7-6830 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-7 
6412 Barnaby St. N.W 


In a lovely wooded section 
posing cetacnec brick 
slate reoft and : 


ave 
left 


to Nebraska 
to Barneby 
we hAeome :- 


it aae 
CHEVY CHASE. REAL TY co 
3333 Conn EM. 3 iR00 


To reach: Conn 


Foxhall Village 
4403 Greenwich Parkway, 


OPEN SUNDAT 3-4 


ece’ien 
Lar - 
onte at 
ped rooms and 2 betha 
floor. Detached 


Laura Harlan & Co. 


livin 
‘ at es 
: ifu 95 


Patio off PSieine | a¥es 
bath 
GOHO 


Peclusive Agente 


NA §-4031. 


FOGGY BOTTOM | 


A TRIO OF TRIUMPHS 


OPEN SAT. & SUN., 2-6 


94:3 "I" ST. NW 
2414 “i ST. NW. 
410 2)st ST. NW. 


G 


. ined newly restored little 
haye specious living rms 

with Tireplaces. de luxe kitchens 
, patios. Otherwise each 

With extras lik® centra 
air-conditioning ogeiteanes ohn 


er rm. full basement. 
5 one “THEM 


downtown 


2nd 


om oor 
churches, 


f 
schoois, 
-6585 


OOCWARD & & NORRIS - 
ee ORY BOT vie NY 


ié. EYE st 


Open | 


Directions: Out 
left on Por' y }- 
t we 


Ai 


j 


One of the few new house projects in the District 


attractive living room with Cintas © area. large 
3 bed tiled beth bascem 


shopping. Direct Oe. oortation, 


‘til Dark 


orth night" wo A i 


Suburban Living in the 


| 


' 
' 


District 


4300 Wheeler Rd. S.W. 
|. approved 30 year loans. 
Priced Only $14,700 up 


Only 18 min. from | 


kitchen. powder 
ent. Convetiient 


mn entrance te Bolling 
left half bleck to Wheeler 


sails A. Hewitt Corp 
1720 Eye St. NW. ST. 3-2363 


} 


E 
| 
| 


wz) 


Air Base. | 


} ME. 8.0194 


AR WAI 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-5 
1433 FLORAL ST. NW 


Large medern det. Celenial brick 


oF ED 


¥ 
carpeting 
nice v4 
Evenings 


Other ext tres inc 
sarace : a Bors a 


wall ELOY! 


YD 3 DAVIS CO 
a. gq # N anon &.0o%1482 
ed Eves nt 
3 Bedrms., ai 2 » Baths 
CONGRESS HEIGHTS 


+86 Ay MO. 


A, ' 
ew cost 


Here 
tainir 
rarses 


, heure 


two-fam 
neaitian oe th 
reavemente« ar 


Dd 
senanvie wor 


SALES. INC 
LUXURIOUS RAMBLER 
WEST OF I6TH ST 


1634 MYRTLE ST nw 
. » Rome Fh 


a) COLORED — 
{ ’ mm. Ww OD Gt 
m™. bath siase- enc losed 
™ bed . bath Auto 
Garage $12,130 so. 
COL ORED—VACANT 
Open Sunday 1-6 
724 Farrag 7 St. NW 
side-h | @%« 
rm an nd "4 ims - 
cen 


summer 
im eer 
st. peat 
st.. left 


pen 
’ 
falter 


>» dIeCcE 


nO M BERNSTE! N £0. 


BOT RIDGE PL. SE 
1812 22d ST. SE. 
bric laree 
na tao i) 14th st 
and Anacostia High Schools Muad sie] eee “i Du. a 
LUXURIOVU WN H USE Colored— Real Values 
18TH & ALLISON N.W. Open Sunday, 2-6:30 


m 1-4. Corner let 1580156 Wr 
rk. & stone er 
a 


trp! 
m. we. kit 13a? 
Panele den an 
n pe 4 


- 
me becrooms an 4 hat > 
‘Bee iis for best value 


” FRED EHRLICH 


i 7 


: 
— 


Cheese one of these *¢ 
ana 4 Sec roome 


@Mse ang daths. re 


” 


Of OR 


\ 7 x 


Allison 


te 450) 
M BERN crt N 
$- 3633 , 


OPEN SUN 


VISIT 


230 WALNUT ST. N.W 


COZY: CHARM 


. 
DAKOTA AVE 


DAKOTA AVE 


ee 


Por 


ROGERS 


NA. §-0904 


Purther Information Cail 


REALTY CO 
TA. 9.3489 


COLORED 


B17 Hil itop Tes SE 
OPEN, 2-6 P. M. 


$\i7 940 Pre . . 
hedrmes. 


new 
petns 
vr " 


NE REALTY ee 
NW "oO 717-6145 
sand Bter Pack ne 
COLORET 


OPEN, 


DON’T FUSS 
CALL US 


vr 


} aporaival, req rested 
oday 


LOHR 


TAKOMA PARK, D. C 
6648 EASTERN AVE. N.W 
5 


i> 7 


INGRAHAM ‘* 

home > bedr 
recreation room 
ly redecorated. Pr 


14 NICHOLSON 


Detached nome. 


> As 

..v¥¥ 
Ts 
ea rage 
ed ' 


s 7 
homes are convenientiy | ree 
for faat wemepertes ion hort 


waik te oma business dis- 

brie ' 

To i» Owt Kanees Ave 

left astern Ave or out 
re right on astern 


cv 


mm @en0fLent 
> b mor 


2nd fleor- full hasm 
ern kitchen and 


jen. ¢ 
| With small down paymer 


ST 


ek. Here's w 
, nice . ‘* . 


| 1144 45TH 
Detactred br 
pooking for 
acreened iro 
LOOK fint 
earace 
oF nen 


ROBERT E. LOHR 


HE 4-4000 till Som. RA. 4-3600 


Our 36h year of Tie 
ess Mh 4 


o service 
OPE _ AK 
Brandywine St. SE 
Lovely 5-rm 
wn rec. room 
eut Assume 
by, n eos eves 


nt 

hed 

50 x99 
Pric 


enci 
call MR DAWSON 


"AETNA REALTY CO 


Rrra CAMDEN _ SE 


of TILL DARK Bu 
Tnique m METROPO! 
i7i3 North Coptte 
OLORED 
STANDING SEL 
Open Sun., 2 


4446 AAR ARMA AY 


1526 FT. DAVIS ST. S a Quatom built C 
$12,500—GI! br 


al 6 
A mine A INS rhea RANCH 
tnciudced.) 
bent os brick: finishe 
t. with lavatory 
ecreened -in 
Fenced 


bea 
hes overt hing 


REAL ‘Es “TATE co 
4.428) 


OU 
LU 


1h ie > 


conan Pee ri os 8 
" S ris 


lis 
Call 


ia 
in 


rm 
uit 


eh 
rear 


60 Sereas YHOUSE tT. 
06 P M — 3-bedrm, 
<4. Mod } 
rm. w fir ep) 
. Bavable 899° mo 


taxes 
ave. to Ri tenho ~~ 


RIGGS REAL T TY 


RA 4.9450 4-44 
ne eal UMENTHAL ‘ 


REDUCED 

OPEN, 2:30-7 

40 Milmorson P! 
\ eond 

other exize rer 
and wit on Mi 


NW, 


” rms 


se beautiful det 

years A 
rm 

iron en aa 
at cond 


Srick 
3 vSedrms 
mice 
es 7 A - one re 
of other par- 


B. SYDNOR REALTY 


TA. 9-6706 TA id 


ao- 


OPEN SUN, 1-7 
ualon Lr 
43 ni 3 bedrms ; 
ROGERS REALTY CO. 
i-det. brick. Liv Det. brick 
with den 
morson 
RIGGS PARK ALSO : 
the 
4 yrs. old. Gl er con- 
ventisen 


RIGGS & CO. 
2840 BAC SOUNS RD. NE. 
ioier ick With ye ge # 
bath on. ist eee i center U 
ith Le, kitchen. font t — 
Piri ie Sortie 
8-090 149) 
MOpEN, TO DARK 
14657 PORT DUPONT &T. 68 
sin re eat: tall heme 
tr and aw near Ds wall carpeting. many 
Out. Ne, Capitei, 
aaa SUNDAY, 1-6 | 
757 KENNEDY ST. NE. 
Boost somides. | brick: 2 full 
KALMUS REALTY 


~7943 


HAH » ofere EEG 0 ORS rey 


Tae ae eae 


Abin 


64 SALE, D. C., HOUSES 


OPEN 1-6 
6504 7TH ST. NW 

DET. BRICK 
separate din 
Tintshed attic 
Leree yard 
es. Mr. Cope 


laree rms 
modern tkiten 


porch 
bese. gee 


} 
seen (Look for the Red Rooster) 


Campbell & Collier Realty Co 


| —— WOBBRTB GE 
CIRCLAa ww 


20-ft brick 3129 Doth gr = u 
front perch concrete. 4 rooms. 2 dSedrm. heme on corper jot 
enclosed porches. fell bemt. of T™ At tir 

“7. t.. lovely yard. A steal derfuy . MH = 
1230 HAMILTON STREET NW ; 
Beautiful detached home on lovely 
Geep lot, 7 rooms. 1% baths, mod 
Kitchen. full finished bem. club 
room. det. garage Priced woe 
Trades sccepted. ME. 6-6575. HE 
4. 2-H _ RA 3-376 


COLORED- 6th & FE x r 
NO MONEY DON. $80 MO 
Vac. S-rm. brick. bemt. 2 kitehs« 
1 heat rediators Call ME 
8-4580 any time ‘ 

COLORED 

OPEN, 2 TO 7 

7110 9TH ST. NW 


An imposing detached brick 
out af imposing price 
modern throughout 


S18 MARIETTA PLACE NW. at- 
tractive col. brick. frent serch « 
rooms. 2? enclosed porehes ful! 
bemt.. off B-w. hh. deep yard 
Reashnabie 
SHERMAN 

newly redecorated et 
is iy 


—— 


MO. PAYMENTS LIKE 
RENT 


1933. INDEPENDENCE Ma 


————— 


nelighborheed and convreni- 
everything Peasonad yr 
Mr. Bradiey 


ent to 
Priced. Terms 


724 ONEIDA PL N.W 


_ ser idete «hed 


containing 
full basement 


a an 
\ 7 " BRADMAR 
REALTY CO. pF 
COLORED — 5646 | ; a 


ewe 
apt Brk Bath 


REAL TY MORTGAC E 4 
NVE* TMENT co 
1004 er MONT Aye nw 

4 


ar rvVr ad i aed 
RA. 6-8489" 


DISTRICT HOMES 
fg Be for Inspection 


TODAY 


4. 


low. PRI Waite SER, "iS" Bhs 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


COLORED OR WHITE 


GI GEM 


Crittenden at. 
idetached. - eotlest 


uti 
all he com forts 


‘Ultra Realty Service 
1114 lith st — 
ACOLORED on 
F*Saik Modern yt nt 4 
rumpus i 
- in woeet Mr 
: WO. 6-B1i4. 


“ula Bh 


COLORED— VACANT 
2329 |STH PLACE SE 


baths 
ance 


7 


Rchools 
verms. Eves 


PRESS REALTY CORP 
ith St NW ST. 


COLORED-——-PETWORTH 


Dd! ock at 


Concrete 


Jefferson 
Colorial 


cal FA 


COLORED--DETACHED—N E 


setliement 


Detached home with 2 complete 
apts. 2 : 2 bath 
screened porches 
ht jd mre 
Dasemen 


Pergeous 
he * 
8500 én. Call ooner 


TA 9- 


rp FAR! LY POSSESSION 


| CSR tar ct NW 


DETACHED BUNGALOW 


Mushinsky 


COLORED 
OPEN, 2-7 P. M 
6500 6TH STREET NW. 
DET. CORNER 
VE GOTTA SEE 


or the Red Rooster) 


-ampbell & Collier Realty Co 


COLORED— VACANT 
$395 DOWN—MOVE IN 


3rd & aon ls. Ave. NE 


redecorated 


Oot wile , COLORED 
or > nde ses RIGGS PARK 
| OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 
715 DECATUR ST. NE 
POWDER ROOM, Ist FLOOR 


Semideteched brick 


or mt aT. 
Zenttful “tet 
mo. to eeu 
4.3849 
~OLORED . 
OPEN SUNDAY TERMS OR TRADE 
CORNER DETACHED ROGER MOSS. Realtor 
POWDER RM... REC. RM y 
4912 l4eh ST NW 
rAem > o- porche 4 ded 
nm. . _ be ‘ OG H.-W H 
“FRED EHRLIC! 
i kite: 6.20 P.M. 


COLORED 


OPEN 
Sad 


a8 REDO 
$58 i> MO. | 


tee DONNELLY & don 
ar ae) ae) $40 —aphiten zt wi £063 . 
80] TAYLOR © TT NE. 


Semidet. Corner Brick 
EVER PRESENTED 


* ‘ 
te ik. te open « an 
RIGOR: "REALTY RA. 3-39450. EX 
a-4554. seittiieee 


ara — 
UPPER BRIGHTWOOD 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 


Detached Brick 


THS 
; ywik. SIZE BEDROOMS 


bona as TRADE 
. iw. 
ROGER "MOSS, Realtor 
HO. 2-6020- Eres. HE 4-9292 
“ae 1eTH ST NW. 
2-5:30 P.M 


rick home is 
with 
: car pet ~ 


jiarr 


44 B uchana ; 
. 


4a 


BATLEMAN 
of aT Ser 
Open sunday, 
WANT TO Bl 
Th - HOME 


Bn — Re "AETNA REALTY CO” 


3408 GO Bt. NW ME. 8.2454 
-38 Buchanan St. N COLORED a 
PRICED RIGH 3406 23RD ST. SE 

ISON MODERN 5-RM. SEMI-DET 
128 VACA ss NW N 


= heir 


Colored 


MODER?* 
~~ ~ ’ 


reer 


KALMt iS "REALTY 


LO. 4-7042 


orn 


COLORED.—-BRI LOT WOOD 
3 \Y 


riced for im 
fer DONNELI LF & BON 

Rea 

WA. 8-3314 ; 4.27342 


yee 


EXTRA GOOD BUY 
4810 KANSAS AVE. N.W 
OPEN SUN. 2-6 


Here is a colonial brick home clean as a pin... With 


side ha entrance arge rooms full basement with 


terrific recreation room and har R j 


BA c ar rornmvvent ra financ 


lo 


R. A. HUMPHREY 


2 Mass. Ave 


Colored 


BLAGDEN AVE —COLORADO AVE. NW 


EDGE OF ROCK CREEK PARK 


Open Sunday, 1-7 
New Split Level—Ramblers 


PRICED FROM 


$25,500 to $27,500 
Select Your Lot Now 


EAS 
GTON PRI CES AROUND US AVERAGE 64 


OUR SPLIT. he viga PEATURES 
tS) -DOWN VING ROOM. FULL DINING ROOM 
wo KIT. WITH NHOTPOLNT APPLIANCES. 3 rp } 
PULL BATHS. ROUGHED-IN BATH IN BASEMENT. BUILT- 
IN GARAGE, ROUGHED-IN DEN AND FULL BATH 


OUR RAMBLERS FEATU 
MODERN STYLING DROOMS. BATH. POW 
ROOM, ALL-ELEC. KIT WITH HOTPOINT APPLIAN 
; IVING ROOM. FULL DINING ROOM, SOLID-GL 
I REMENDOUS OT 
Ou 


Most Lots Face Rock Creek Park 
DIRECTIONS: 
\ sos. Bi BLA 
Blagden Homes, Inc. 
‘— 


q 


CITY OF WASH 
000 AND 350.000 


146th ef 


aw te Biaeden ve left on 
i he 


to Blagden Terrace + te “Model 
TERRACE NW. 


TA, 9-241] 


eer aporec 
i Realty fe. Re. 7-2664 
OLORED On WHITE 
$42 000 RAMBL FR 
REDUCED TO $36,750 
BEAUTIFUI 
u 


Hardwood 
Every deta 


TRA REALTY SERVICE 
Li4 > ot ww co. 5 


COLORED—SEMIDET, 


PPER BRIGHTWOOD 


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1 TH aT wr 
VACANT BRICK 


onl Coeruers Se ah 
, . 


bath 
s\erm 
bus 


sonedis 
&' 


Near 3rd & Missouri Ave. NW 


$495 down: gor 


"Ca 
REALT 
f aod of a ¥ fetime 
COLORED. VACANT 
Detached Bungalow 


$395 Dn —$99.50 Mo 


r Sioc 
MR. oxi tCHENR 
638 


QUORED OR WHITE 


GGS PARK AREA 


Cranes Shown 
TU. 2-3279 
COLORED—SELF-SERVICE 
MARKET FOR HOMES 
SEF THEW’ DOORS PEN 
CARS ON DUTY TO PICK YOU 
OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
SUN., 2-6 
3-5305—L!. 3-5307 
OFFICE: 342 8TH ST. NE 


$39 DOWN 


1412 DECATUR DET 
6407 7TH 


' 
- 


PUT TH 
BUT YOU 
OSIT IN 

a 


ESE HOMES 
CAN BRING 
ONE 


Al 
‘a «4 
ine pri ‘ 
. 


GREENE REAL 


with . 
Ow asx 


own payment 
Cail Mr 


Mie SRE MICHIGAN PARE 


ene Down 
een Brick — 


te Bar 


Lee 
fenced vere To inspect call today 


E i Ae HILLEY & CO 
Dy by R00 71-4848 


vin 


"Wadaen Brick 


$300 Down 
he Per Month 


* qualified GI for this spacious 
bedroon nome at hey Stet 


xD 
fenced 
with patio. inspect call 


today “ 
fg HILLEY & CO 
Du. 7-8000 nn AP ”~-4848 
pornrtty 2-4 
4312 Gorman Terrace SE. 
GI APPR. $11.100 # | hg 2 a 
Bem idet rick. § + stake 


pat ; beaut vards © + 
ited Cail effice for direction te! 


EILAND REALTY’ CO. 


| 4649 Deane Ave. 1% Lo. 


64 SALE, D. C. HOUSES 


CO. 5-4561 


bath COLORED, 


redec 

New erade 
Priced 
RA. 6 


3-9914 ! 


RA. 6-6912 


bate 


454 } 


uP 


| MOUSES WANTED, te BUY 65 


= 


SaaS wit ma a 
aia at ae 


: 


as 
- COLORED 
ay 


‘. a bedrms 
rm com 


ee 1-7278 | 


“is irae 
a eee Re tg 


AAR lst commercia! 
rite full act details. Box M- 


conat —.. 
ft. living 


PSR SII 


$380 én. G ‘9 hf? 4 ere 4 fenR- 


WOODRIDGE, 
STONE RAMBLER 
ab, 146 


Attractively 


oe 
autiful ‘»-ecre 


et Il APPRAISAL 


AVE. EST ATES - 


leadananse 
Ss 2° paths 
rm. with firep 


laret) section of the 
no commiss Bias 


us 
br eracious Mr 


-35 
move ee INC 


clean sacha pel tee 
| Bees F 2-1 


xX & CO 


FLOWER AVE. AREA 


I NO 
ultra mooern Sra , tis ML atte OPEN 2 ‘TiL 6 P.M. 
in 9013 WALDEN RD 


Beautiful i%-bath Colonial 
house Laree fenced yard re 


cious ‘ue a rm. end den 
with oneare be ~~ overieokin 


eg flows 3 
< Roe. © wile | tinea wi ss 
i Cc , rooms and 
Formerly doctor's residence 
res. live strea 
5.456) age Fo financing 
2-009 Chas Putman Out _*' ev 
NEAR "TAKOMA | anes oo l- — house approx ad tym "E Myke 
DETACHED BRIC K—@pacious| + *¢7*. Outbicgs. In the very on Ware ‘ te aiden. then 
yamocule tery cle ® mn. hardweead| *Teevve of Buckeystown 
inted wal livine room. **F* » Rte. 240 express: 
2 bedreeme and bath e. A eont 4-4164 
7 ~1294 


3 bedrooms one 
Charles County 


floor Come 
recreation drive-in earene. 
es BARGAINS 
Plate. Md-—ariy American 
ro a 


x BOs REALTY CORP 


Ultra Realty Service 
Lil4 lith St NW oO 5-456) 


LOR ED.—-UPP 
SEMI-DET. MODERN 


modern * year-old sem! 
x 3 Seadrm powder 
te wail sarpetine Vitra 


~ 
REAL TY OL 2-5854 
Gorseo is ream on a RL o~ 2 che a 
; : ' crifice : 

6000; liberal A se. br ce GAS eerT PARK . TATES 
TONN RESIDENCE 
ated excellent 


re > 
Centrally le 
11 


bs) : 
40546 ta 9-95.33 


e.ance tl 
NARD SNIDER hea! 


state tei 2311. La Plate. Ma 
Heward Count 

N W ROU NO. 2 

» p +7 a li“ 


+ Duy at $17,750 
— & WHALIN. INC. | 
PA. 5.2499 


COTW 
10 Rms., 3 Kits., 3 Baths 
ONLY $695 DOWN 


. comet ete a 
h h. Ne 


rambDiler * $ #30 ae me or 
Cushir 

OCER RY oh att cree” 
room rambier. Ce $4000 a! 
mo Everything. 20-71 2a 


. -Ae 
COLORED— UPPER > 8605 
é ARReTT- PARK — 5 


3 BEORMS.—MODERN 
ONLY $295 DOWN 


Semi-det. Orick: 6 rms 
as h.-w. BR. Levely var 


New house cond al ull §. GO 
‘. ° 


A _— 
-beth brick 
ae ning room. electric 
Ae high oven. rec. room 
| ° ot tememeell 
"ti 


ah. 
eOcoRED Ss. DAROTA SVE 


$995 DN. | 


IKE NEW —<6, ROOMS aTue | 
+ i finest NE mM, r ose to 

Michigan Woodridge 
rights 


lot . 000 


jeveiy modern 
througheu! act faet 
requires twice 68 Much 


eat NATL. REALTY 
RE. }. 3531, UN 4- 3422 
a 
10 STAR VALUES 
EXHIBIT HOME 
100 Séth Street SE 
OPEN DAILY ‘TIL 9 P.M 
NEW HOMES 
$1500.00 DOWN 


rxiing new brick homes 
modern 3 bed- 
its own. Pic- 
crete peren 

discovery 
din rm 
ounsetown kitchen 
colored owder 
becdrms.. sliding? 

modern coler 

rec. fm. ares 

side entfanes and gas heat 


& patio im rear. By owner 
389 


2-story 
NIA 
twin -sized bedrn rms 


950 t f neine «ve 
ab . | KORLENDORPER OL. 4-811! 
aprHrsDe jA—J-bedroom br ek ram 
Bier: living rooms wiih freolace 
coming L =e elelvy 38 eaulnpped 
+) ty, full ment Wilh . 
ath: OF approved 319.7 6. KOR. 
L ti 9 


tens house $2 
ath brie HARRIS ROGERS. W 
ments i BUNT CLER ARFA—Be' 
cellent nancin and Rockville. on Pall: 


eves 


te LA 
and Central ave AND Ber AT rs. PO 


Open Today, 2-7 .P.M 
4620 REED. TERR. S.E. 
IT’S A SHAME 


to sell this nearly new 3-bedrm.| Seeem 
brick home for less than reproduc- bad ROBER TRON Be 
tion cost. but owner says it must, us. 
so. 6 large rms. Of comfort. clean rr aeeD - 
outetending det 8 
ever tiring comfort bedrm 
rm. separate cdin.| lontal 
storece attic rec. rm... 
| arse § Aneher-fenced 
vend Pie ble terms end low down 
ayvmen' 
IRECTIONS ut 
t on yt 
Cail © 2- 
Waters, LU. 4-9676 


OPEN TODAY, 2-7 P. M., 
308 PEABODY ST. NE. 
VETERANS 

UNCLE SAM LIKES 
Granted $22,000.00 
AT 4%% 

DET. BRICK 
a distinguished home 
seu eat be ‘cuee oon ean hive 10.300 
the heuse vou will | in 
replace powaer rm 
ri modern kitchen 
‘ snc wall-to-wall carpeting 
generous sige bedrme 2 mod 
athe on 24 fl. Rec. rm 
fireplace and glass bar in 


room 3 baths brick rot 
excellent location 
rec. room. "y 


=e 
+850 an 
SUBURBAN 


Cod 
davligt 


es 


A—CLOSE-Th Tita” 
penper-se' ~~ — 2. 
Bright be with eied 
ay. ‘ond “outalde entrance wants eal Baa t . 
rear Jerd, ' . 
Base trees. Ghort walk REALTY. O! 
cols. shopping and fast trans i 80 
AN. EM 


7 7 , . 
contemporary 
mo. pays a 


! mee (ern ritehen 


en 


ennin 
B a 4 cool ‘pe he 
acreensd porch 


OL. 7-958) 


~ te a . 


4 Bedrooms-Basement 


cA 
213 Ever ot be 
BETHESDA. -Sacrifice 
eau : 


or 
sem det ached brick 
1 ar ; . 


eye NOW Ned be 


9719 BELLEVUE DRIVE rent Ca 33} 
Beautifu " ri HOO! ARFEA— 
ne IN -8! 5) 


Ls 4 em 
; 


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*/~ya vdeo 


for the Red Rooster) 


CAMPBELL & COLI 
REALTY i 


.0OO* 


*OODMOOR Oniy $1 5. 750 for this 


Only Y , ALI 
LIER \ : lige 
. t Re " =f e 


She were . 
,OR wr ENC vo 
COLORE M ric FES 
OPEN SUN, 2. 6 grounds Turn right at sien North ee cnt ‘iit 
8-RM. DET. BRK. HOME JAMES L. “DIXON &£ CO tS a 
the dis¢riminat- OL. 2-a506) seeped yard pis, Little 
a oe Wide th ae ae et 


BRI KR rambd er 
n 1 


; ; : 
' ts ire : “. wooce 


- 
§.5 bea 
Pr me 
os 


- baths . 
cla rec ’ 


for 


7 

ale 
OoOUN 
AK 


to =e 
sure 


Tt 'S tore 


wood 
+4 
bin 
Family. as Tivchen. Sieoment 
Lae 


r si8 250. EV 
xe. 


Schools 
aie. LO. §-8082. Tf no ans 
. 7 


PAMASCU : AREA~—Gpecious 4-bed 
ba 


INC 


aK. ri ATER ‘Wea 
he ’ 
* 
bed . 


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re 


. N'SINGTON. wp —June 46-Bep' 
st 4.bde 


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; 


Kensington—$ 14,750 


7 LANGLEY PR —NON-VET 
'NO DOWN PAYMENT 


INC ; 
ro | eaitor: 


rea 


in ungerford —_ 


; bedroom ‘. 


inancing and priced 


gerece Good f 
ROBE RTS REALTY CO. | 
Possession 30 days 


0's 
ah ae & LUCHS Co... KE 
Lk — Brick 
bed 


rms. den 
firep] 


R 
4016-4025 E ST. SE. 
G! APPROVED 


low down payments and monthiy 
paymen' 


| 
corner ict 4 
kitchen. rec rm 
750 wher 


te Meade + oe 
ANCHOR post REALTY OO. Op 
8P 


poste. Bur lie, Firehouse 
c ARROLL KNOL LS. Silver Spring 
r ly ‘ 
A "this ; 
wy you! 
7 room 
basem ent with out : ide 


mmecdiate occupan v 
acne: * 
TALTORS 


3-bedrm. brick homes. Modern 


ecated. sheep. and 
Pull 


within 2 blocks 
3-3316 


4- 
ROC KVILL 


Flieger 
edrms 


basements, yards 
7 


Riggs & Co ‘ HU bedroom : 
“SED "outside 
1744 TAYLOR ST. NW 

us Rec. rm syorehes 


aec- na ’ I 


p many own Aen | 
im a ed. Potsession OWNER : nif basement than ms x, 
try ; Din ne . ~ n 
t 


- s ; 00 ‘OF ; Toe 
COLORED | BeberSBi Bt Wie Ste. ot.| Seat 
Facing Park in D. Cc »aooorated SOC EVIE 34 
11 Anacostia Ave. N.E. portation sorchooly pete tse Same 
FHA FINANCING sn 16 a Realtor 
N NEW 6-RM, SEMIDETACHED B46 CHASE CIRCLE 
ore zane dese? Ee aamese . BLESSED SACRAMENT 
tic B.  tnepeing O84 schoo, Ler : PARISH 
5S BEDROOMS—3 4 BATHS 
LOW 30’s—OPEN 


; bedrms . 
eG ROCKVILLE 


OO 


~~" ww ww mM 
rontemoporary Cape 


aA 

wat PeRER CHEST $119 
~ at 

PROPERT! ES. 10 


ern equipped asognee 3 geod sited 
le bath with aorr ILLE $11,950 § 
3} becrm rambier & 


bedrooms. cera 
; with taoie = 
close to schools and 
8700. oF . , & POGARTY. LO 
3433 BENNING RD’ ¥ ith Jelousies os ned porch) ‘answer, Jl ‘ 
MYRON DAVY i! ) SILVER igs tw, 
www r ape assur 


~ COLORED—VACANT | been | 

6200 5TH ST. NW. | Siam st“rient' 3 

SU's tote "Binds al’ SHANNON & LUCHS Co 
5610 2ND PLACE NW. __5000 CONN. AVE. KE 17-1800 


ines wiatic =| © MODERN COUNTRY LIVING 
CALIFORNIA RAMBLER 


remarkadie value 

Connecticut 
nd Circie to 
blocks to our 


A rye BUYER OR 


Fig ‘Coch tor Your Home 


ON 
1 ACRE OF LAND 


3-0450. 
r6:30 P. M 
FOR 


$28,500 


G, bom 605 Midland Rd. Sil. 


ALL CASH for M4. 
nda EV REALTY 
fo — > * | 


immed. ap rates). lle R4 EHA 
WA 


beautiful home and 


Spg., just off Colesy 


immaculate, 


1-8108 | 


financed, 3-bedroors 
grounds. 2-car garage, other features 
mention. Convenient to schools, transp. 
Call for appointment. 


HE. 4-5717° 


RIGGS & CO. 
HU, 3-3316 


co 

SPOT CASH 
omen notes, acréeace. Va. Md 
2. ie? 18. Suissors Realty 


DIRECT FROM” OWNER | 


too numerous to 
and. shopping. 


in 
or 


eo, 
"* 4245 
ww 


64 pane Bad! te BUY 65 SALE SUBURBS. HOUSES 67MD. SALE SUBURBS. HOUSES 67M0D. THE, WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
MARYLAND D9 


Sundey, June 10, 1956 


| Montgomery County pu SUBURB. HOUSES 670. 


Rollingwood 
» 4-BEDROOM COLONIAL 


shine Sty 


7 


hanéd 


resi- 


“noi Hnewoed 


Owner moving ou 


aame wh' ~pai 
dence in peawtiiel 


$12 — 


Center-hall plen. living rm. 14x22 

dining rm i3ni4. paneled litrary 

with powder rm. convenient kitch.- 

en with dishweeh@r. range and 
Q 


re 


screened porch oa din - 


seciucedc 
ing room 
Two mee! er bedrooms. | 
~ +4 joséts. 2 other 
“5 end another full 
ample 
pul -down 
storege area 


stairs 
oored 


Paneled playroom with freplace 
lower lieve pius maid's room 
bright laundry eaul ped 
> wesher and crver Works 

2-¢ gareee aqceuate pilav ares 

for “children ers. 

te ereade echeol. te 
and to Chevy Cha 
om. 2 DSloeks to Rock Sreek 

Park recreation aress 

Located 

tien by 


Pocesesitg before Gent ; 
3204 Relinewood iInepec 
saoeintanent OL 6. 5441 


oraee b 


. 


382,000 
Daily 
Circulation 


MA 
Montgomery County 


SPRING— (Pull 


: 
$15.4 


s. 
Wiliam £ 


of charm) 


means quicker sales results 
Washington Post end 
Times Herald classified ed- 
vertisers. To place your ed 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


ee 
SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67 mD. 
MARYLAND 


Wontgomery County 
Sih. oF ~~ Wheston area. 4-bdeds 
beauty , met ee. 7 
ehrubhed 

- mort ooee, 

SILVER | SPRING Woodside Porest ain 

is Oniy $1950 dn. 3 bedrme 

> bathe Cape Cod; liv. rm fire 
iace din rm zit odrm and 
sth on os UT 2 tei bed 
roome and path up = ie and rear 

po 


for 


ranep onan “~ 
‘. 5052 If nm on : 
~ cay aor 


yt "peated 


aae over 


Continged on 


MARYLAND HOMES 


j 
CO en for Inspection 


Montgomery Cc ounty - 


TODAY 


ARGYLE CLUB AREA 


1 GREENOCK ROAD 
= J-dearm 2-d6 


BETHESDA 
NEW HOMES 
BY 
Arnold Const Co 


C 
$28 An gp 


stom mis? 
42" é* 


ra rel 
jampie homes - ari KIRK 
m > ra ney ond 
ane CG 
EN BION 


SHANNOR * LUeHE CO 


8000 Conn. Ave 200 


BETH _KENWOOD. PK 


ex ea? Shes ULwoob. RD. 
athe 


¢ BANNOCKBURN 


OPEN 7ryy «(6S 
- r emporaer 


A, 


. 


FOX REACT Y & 


—h $230 


_BETHES DA 


PISANI, Realtor 


BETHES oA 
8902 EWING 


SHANNO} N % | | 


Rye Ao & LUCHS CO 


5000 Con 


Montgomery County Nontgomery Count 
SEO CHAE a eee 
KIRKSIDE ui {irl PHA ‘Let we. S00 30 wy 
PRICED REDUCED 
4315 CENTER ST. 


»P EN TO 


‘fe 
‘7? 


ni pas 
HAMMOND ih Whe 
es 


HS CO 


Ww 
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5000 © 
CHEVY CHASE 


THE HAMLET 


OPEN, 2-7 


HILLENDALE WOODS 
IMMED. POSSESSION 


~~ 
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KE 1890 


CHEVY CHASE, $15,750 


8904 MONTGOMERY ST. 
OPE? | ) 
Of APP nec 
ingle c6 


4-564! 


e Land Co., 
42-4336: EVES. OL 


KENWOOD PARK 
OPEN SUN, 12 TO 6 ?M. 


CHEVY CHAS ae Custem - built 
RAMBLER brick rambier 


dining room and 


Basement 
malic s 


with 
room and 


recreatio 
beth 


Patie and perch 


tt, Terme 


ne 


$38 500 
race 


oy Jonn TREE 


“ce Dullder 
Out Meee ave ta G 


; 
a sh Mi)\i waod 
* ~ gank and open sien 


Sidney 
Res 


Z. Mensh & Co. 
ore NA. 8-6440 


‘he @ 
~e 


THE WINDSOR 


CUSTOM SPLIT LEVELS 


—3 king size bedrooms 
—2'/2 baths 
—Magnificent family-dining room 
—De luxe kitchen, built-in oven and range 
—Stone and brick construction 
—~—Large, wooded landscaped lot 
v to school, shopping, transportation 


FROM $19, 790 


by EMPIRE BY ILDERS, 


iN 


NTR EC TIONG 
RD JUST A 
TURN iN AT 


OUT GEORGIA AVE LEFT 
PEW BLOCKS 
rHE WINDSOR 


On VIERS WILL 
TO COLLZEOR VIEW DRIVE 
OPEN HOUSE SION 


— 


' Dark 
J 


YOON 


Saturday end Sunday 
Dark Weekdaeves 


UBURBAN PROPERTIES 


riangie 


~~ 
} = 
iS 


ane, VVheaton 


TARR 


a ; 


. pen sign 
J. Wesley Buchanan. 
Perpetua Bide Bethesc 

Ot 6-3400 


BRADL EY HILLS 
, DEN TODAY. BLVD 
TODAY, 1-7 
one 5B brick 
10. rely wooded ares 
stairs to tic baths 
paneled dem and lavatery| 
} finish ed recreation rm. wi th | 
stene frepiace: 2-car garage: hot 
rear wooded | 
Direc 
} turn 
left on ivd abou 2" 71 
rr les — rp ooenaren bivd r+ left | 


W. B WRIGHT 
$02) Wisconsin Ave. EM a 5G0 | 


BRADLEY ap! atiha va 7916 | 
Deepwell dr ramp! er 


- 
, St 


r r be ; 
Worth see! ~ $39 $0 
Tr. 


ne 
oline ta 


OR Out 
Lane to Westfield Drive 
Landon, Lane 


Sal 


: 


Ares 


Oakwood Forest 
(Opposite Landon Schéo! For. Boys) 
New Brick 
MULTI-LEVEL HOMES 
3 BEDROOMS-2% BATHS 


MAHOGANY-PANELED DEN OR EXTRA-LARGE FAMILY ROOM 


in Bethesda's Finest Residentia 


Your Choice of 3 Designs 


ALL WITH COMPISTE . MODERN ELZCTRIC KITCHENS 
EYE-LEVEL OVENS 


Prices Start at $24.950 


Excellent Conventional—FHA Financing 
$3500 Cash Will Handle 


Sample House Open From | to 8 Every Day 
Saturday and Sunday, 12 to 8 P.M 


Directions: From downtown Washingtes out Wisconsin Ave te 
eft on Bradley Bivd to Wilson Lane. left on Wilson 
Drive. left Westfield to Landen Lane. right 
follow Oakwood Porest siens to model hame 

Georgetown Rd. to Wilson Lane. left an Wises 
left on Westfield to Landen Lane, right on 


folew Oakwood Forest signs to model home. 
EXCLUSIVE WITR 


CHEVY ‘CHASE REALTY CO., INC. 
3333 Conn. Ave. N W, EM. 3-1800. 


field 


O14 


ve "CO. JU. 6-6019 


Continued on Following Peace. 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67M0. 


\ THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES 


p10 Sunday, June 10, 1956 
415,000 SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 


MARYLAND 
Sunday . 
Circulation 


of un ual 
means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ed 


HER ALD SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 


ie 
M- 


[ae 
$25,950 


CUSTOM BUILT CHARM 


SALE SUBURB. oe | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 
, rlace | : 


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‘i 


couple. looking 


ion fs, Whasses nie 
sea ped lot vs 


Imma 
ce On 


“BEAUTIFUL on 
OPEN SUN., 1-7) 
2710 CHEVERLY AVE. 
VETERANS 
10% DOWN PAYMENT - 
25-YEAR LOAN | 
jot 34 $2150, 
fer ‘Rall "Georsian 
tie rm he — 


Pome for »& 
. 

0! a alee it 
¥To- 


= OPEN SUNDAY, 1-6 


5723 BRADLEY BLVD. | 
rick bane eontetatas 4 
Lait ie sarc eal 


Peano a Wi 


—By owner; i Jor” 3 Haven | LARGE FAMILY 


hiss, Jove | HUGE BEDROOMS 
or: Tats 4 2% BATHS 


for Sunday 
Phone ; 

ag pane ag FINISHED REC. ROOM 
- $22,450 


REpublic 7-1234 ry 
Trades Accepted 


TON — 
m Coseasa 
FAIRWAY DBV A 
-9 2-369 
OPEN 12-4 FP M. SAT WAND SUN 
‘ : 


WEST 


aon ing Clon 


sun- 


laree | 


: , ween 
autiful A. istrict | He 


an ¢ lw ated 
Guiet street Price $17,950 


FAMILY SIZE" 


sniel submitted—no 


brick: “%-sere ant 
oe" din 
_—" 

5. 


fm full Losi 
finished in knotty pine. 61 


Over l-ecre land, new brick ra 
Dee. liv 7, ad. fireo piece, c 


2 ob * hb. my re(vig "ead 
‘a beth” 


$13. 380 


INC. | 


i ly $11.76 
tae. leveled A + 
very 


n 
enced yard Conv n ‘ 
te schools and shopping $18 es 


JAMES C. CONLEY 6 CO. | 

9625 Ge Ave 94194. 

Reduced For Ouick Sale, 

De luxe 75-foot nny dd HER 
Thood 


fails irolve acignwe Center- | 
entrance ving room , 
ireplace. separe full-si dinine CHILLUM —& 
room. iarge & en with, dining | Seéreom brick ike. 

cabinets. ex-| @inins youm, oats. 


haust fan. W lover 
frigerater and you > = 
tio in Master bed 


=~ ROMES—”" 

EXCLUSIVE AGENTS DE. 2-0730 w e _ & spilt “Tevet 
r i rd. and Ene ok st. i 
Beltsville School 


ATON peter | 

fu n—iclags : 
Gi—$22,800 

BRADDOCK HEIGHTS 

Wonderful brk. oe 1 T 


= 
c | | ee eae gow va 


CALL KI. 9.1600 
Hicks Realty Co. 


CHAPEL 


ket bebegrm, Oe: vith 


HAL NICKEL | 
NA. 8-6353 side porch 
Realtor. UN. 


> QUEENS —s 
Ca Cc 


2-bedr 
attic Tall bemt 
end outside entr 


Near Indian Head Hwy. 


Masonry Forma Stone. 
iv. rm. fi la 


fram 
E oil a (ou heat. es 
. neviated. full bemt 


JERRY COOK, 
noo Watkin as 
eee 
extras Tercitie fin f aa ne $08 R 
-| 9218 Laurel Oak Drive 
ms to Kin-| Bethesda, Marylard | 
[e120 Kin OPEN SUNDAY, 1-6 
1920 peor Grove Rd. rx y ~~ ye -- aye Sintepes 


5 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 af ban chicas af 
2 
te ie prick emo with ige 
gets 
beth 


yh. entr 
eer: hagan & a 


Like new! 
<4 


A real buy! 
© /dasement 

it w/st 
ei. 615 


Parish. 
new Bepare 
-in pesement.| 

wear buses 


— Immecvulate oesreee | 
2 tall be Walk.'| 
ing distance to senoois hi Duses 
Pele. ee | 
AREA— 30 he omnes. 
2 geraeid rd. ad Che) tenheam | 
tio n tb 


4- 
rok, MANOR—Clean 
with ce ex - 


with mo. with 


108.98 sth 
"‘Aderholdt ee 


REALTOR—LO sy PO 


Gi APPROVED, $16,900) 


on h-sete ie ee Son ee | 
oh, Brixiey $10,950. $7 W 

FOREST HEIGHTS AREA! Asbeaton ened 730, haat DOWN 

Le pecroem ogopales vi ¥! jth x en full bemt 

full "bemt- Anchor: re me ime Aur ; 
‘ wy WHITE STUCCO | 

CO. WA. 71-2400 ' 2 rember an ,grner let | 


apor- 
: ated ally con be GI approved 


“OXON REALTY CO. 


shoo 


pace. lov 
vanes 


4 seneed 

Directions: Out Go 
ville ra shen right 
rd. abort I 


— fea ore 


per mo Bars a fi-4 


ee 
Colesville 


SEAT" PLEASANT, MO. 
NON- “i NO MONEY DOWN 
87.50 MO 


re 
tilatine “fan 
Finis hed 


A. “evel ideal, Sf sit 


Sracio 


paste e enity bes Vv 
eutituny. 
reation with 


' oue io sroun 
t 


TON—WHAT A BUY! 
2-bedr = rambier. with 2 
= rome in mt 35808 fen oe | 
nice ion oF | 
other: Pi buvs abr Tor’ IKore 
br mere x 
| mm. Dd shave. 
yg bedrm. ram-'| 


ter-| 
URUK 


-bedrm. semidetached brick: gar- 
sage a washer. If vou heave 


| ee redit i. ran own this 
ouse Call D 


7-8333 “til 9 
et BERNARD'® 


te ly 
an und 
AER » ale a 7 
xima 
Mills , miles 


urnt 2 miles from 


A soinaiain 
295 a 
mt 
ond RAMBLER 
. % thethe themt, 
sround-level entr: % sere wooded 
jot. _ — completion Braddock 


Actes ment 8 
$13,950 VA. HILLS 


bedrms.. beth, living rm. dining 
area quip. kitchen complete 
“p' with beth. prt. en- 
ee ome or income. 
11,450 


ih 
nr par ab NOL. 

? i sonndon | FF 
, “ HYATTSVELLE Liv. 


sakes ‘PARK—Movine to Onio:| Moar. 

must sacrfice this lovely Cape Cod pact, om eet, iroo 
Workshop: sssume OG 
7-0106 HA 32-7070 


lot tchen ree 
ent with _irgplece K 
- TY; ne ice 
au y 
$750 DN., Gi 
rambler on lee corner 
beautiful Holmwood 
eened sounging 
rm 20x12 
Youngstown kit 
garbage sees 
twin sized bedrm 


. 
New Colental hom an ; f aneing. AN PROP. rm fire. 
ms. 2 Low] up. powder rm is 
en a “ee A) acreen 


tchen . i 


Wat Ee. Constr. Corp. | 


OL. 4-32460 Eves. OL. 39-7338 


». nc) udin ne 

burs his jp ~~ Village 

bath. util. rm 

stairway to erase at- 

te schools and tranap. | 
LO 46-2638 


, Osk 6a 
Laure] Oek. pas! te OPEr sien 


JAMES ” *BIXON & co 
ST. 3-7200 HO. 2-9195 


taxes, Le . 
noe _ 
doors HEIDER & 
’ 
interior pease Searing 
= $14,200 
Oth 


‘an er 
Fincham & 


Lecust Grove ra. to property Weer uy ATTSY rete 050 |-Or 
n bea I 
A ispose 


ot 


Own 


Beacon Maner brick 
Cerner wt Pull 


+n Outeide entr 


$14,500 


Bricktex home 
tien. Large iot 
Pull basement 
can y arran 


$10,4 


available 
4-898). 


DISTRICT HEIGHTS | 
OPEN SUN., 2 TO 5 P.M, 
2703 79th Ave 
~ eo tiet wet A living rm ote ay 
bed rm: th —- ‘y 

. non-vets Will @o fmat 
$13.90. Seen PROP SRTI ES 


DISTRICT HEIGHTS 


NEAR ANDREWS AIR ~>* 
~ustom-dullt ores home 
ning spect. jntes 
J nice 
bam 


 * Gorden. LO 
FREDERICK Ww Fomael 
SALES, INC NA. 8.5000 


Prince Georges Count 
ADELPHI 


S rms. 


4 BEDRMS. 
tmmreculate cond!.- 
Del Rar 
l-car garege Terme 


G! 
Tmmaculate 

ced lot. Geed bur 
COLONIAL 
1% bethe. © ree. 
bemt. Equip. kitchen. fenced ict 
shade trees. Mr. Belle Haven. OF 


or ae 
| Ki. 68-1868 


BELL REALTY CO 
Realtors 


LEX.. BUCKNELL MANOR— 
ma 
conve 


” 9-bedrm 
vecant reduced 
ent offer A. 
ALEXANDRIA 
5.-bedrm. rambler has e 


n 
pletely regecorated. is located 
| fenced jot end is & 


$11,950 
ASSUME LARGE 4% Loam 


VIRGINIA 
appealing «ree 
we have an exce 
4-dedrm. split-lewel priced at 


$29,950 


oI 


benstih ai 

and 

ae 
r 

McC TU 2388 

FREDER! cK W * Sthene bathe 
jaa L ST. NW NA. &-5000 

FINE — ‘TREES New 

ma - 


with dishwasher 7 1 win Be ' 
ype bemt y 4: 
termes ta 


street 
terme JA 28 


r baw pa HOTS... 


2-bed 
t Accokeek. Custom 
finest materials one 
Compiete and re 
occupancy Onis 
on tern Phone now. LO 
iM BRITT 
OWNER hes told us this 
weekend 4-yT -o ; , Mek 
full S,, » equip 
tile bath assume. ine Bi 
pont ie menes R... rie 


BOR 8 REAt ry udger a 
UN. 4-1Li6e 


tn Landover Petar es 
cr rembier 

throughout ust 3 ore 
4. Sep in * SBnouid OFT for 
811.950 with $250 4d: & £59 32 ser 

00. FINCHAM & CO. UN. 4-838) 


ADORABLE BRICK RAMBI 


MD — sri ck Cane LOVELY cor 
ow i *@ ream 3- 
mec wate 


Montgomery County - 


] ‘ 
Carmichae! 


$21,750 


Brick home, 


Clos allin 
oF "Rolph dr bk 


shee. 


y | Forestile $1000 Down 


TICER TRANSFERRED 
3-bedroom detached ramb) wr ike 
ee man extras laree. level 
fenced jet. al) city conveniences 
Call todey, RS. COX. LU. 32-8136 


or 
2 
GLASS ANCR~3 bee s.. Tee om 
a) 


clean: VA appre 12 
price 811.309, monthiy paerments 
LO. 7-3626 


>? bed- 
drier 


SILVER SPRING—Close in 
rm expanses. attic. Waeeher 
attic and kit 


Tr Ys 


3106 ROLLING RD. | CUSTOM-BUILT HOME 
ROLLINGWOOD | _Over an Acre of Ground 
OPEN. ? TO + This center-hall plan 


sized diming room 
This is one of the outstanding Net. oom, iovely 
ings in our efice The heme and t what you have deen 
scene are in immaculate condi. 

ed bathe. 


—— j- 
semi- rambler with full Somt 
eo ree 


KENSINGTON 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 


$2500 down. 84193 principe. 
taxes and insurance 


3507 DUPONT AVE. 


‘Dir: Right 1 bieck past Kea- 
ingten firehouse) 
liv rm 
hs 


: R to i. this 

su $12,600 bal ap 

vets, PINCHAM & 

BS | APEL PE —3- -bedrm brick 
ali- stectric a 

level fenced iot n 

te peter } Sanen * son 


710 Orchard way ivpatee bs, 
Tae the le 1 JU. 5-6010 oe +- os As gor $290 da. 
“ T oom _ . < : —— m™ Orick din. rm i 
Tie *| CHEVY CHASE REALTY CO | N, | TIL DARK’ | Su beme SWAsPron & “Wen: 
.) > - 1800 on 7 Nw Y CHASE | WwW ..T- 
(er “ae beth 4 | , 3517 EAST RAYMOND &T aa Ol aD 


A! 
reved: 810.200 eat 2. 
» nal A beaut ful landscaped lot provides peesee ext ension gttie afl heat. 
m ‘ ., enc 5% reess 


ea yard 
——renuwe 
SUITLAND 
4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS 
This home with basement 


garece is within 2 bike 
Hydro. and Census 


OL trust > 
rambler 
firep! 
$15.. 
a&.tor 


assume present 
’ - 


M 
4808 ESSEX AVE. 


OPEN 1-6. Beautiful brick Col ontal 


et fly kite 
2 ti 


ares living room. den. dining rm 

kitchen and screened rch: large 
l-car garage DIR ONS: Out 
oo on Leland 


new park WA 7 5 4 


FILTHY 


ineur ] ! 
in Riverdaie 
The Perry Boswell Co 
Lt A.7- REALTORS .__ 


$12,950 
ROGERS HEIGHTS 


ILLE AREA 


5 a me .2-bérm frame house 
$58.25 oer me 

taxes 
prmt 


interest 


insur 
Small dn 4- 


GR 


tm. colonial 
bus. schools 
ohn H. John- 


G WEADOWS <4 
Paces lovely park. Nr 
sheps. Gl or terme. J 
. 7-§0 


rea 

. oor “4 tie: 

transp Approved 
Vent, move 


DOWN 


brick Colo- | 


— d n 
y in this — desir- 
able neighborheed. Dir m 
dD. Cc. ii out Wise. ave a Dorset 
©. ‘let traffic lieht:. left 2 biks 
Surrey. left 1 bik. te Easex and 


Rt te open 
OSS & Liner + INC. 
L 


 — $-bedroom 


| 
separate din. room. Near 


te 


a 


RUN 


look ae {ar that 
' ght 


950 & > 
Raymond « Colonial 


open sign 
SILVER SPRING 
welts, PORTLAND PLACE 
e ig 


and 
of Navy 
Price $14 950 


GEORGIAN COLONIA 
OPEN, 1-6 


fashionable area 


; ith 
r and , pampes ce}! , 
a 10.425 «se 

oeab 


and Tuckerman «a! , . rh 
e ry soanamahl - 


Severn ra Open 4 
A 


‘ai. to 
agan son. Realtors 


non- 


rew 
* aie 


excellent left to Port ‘and rd 
a Owner accept or FRA 


wants house sold 


ana our 


tHANNON & LUCHS CO. 


orn her Askin ne 


sern porch 


5320 Avalon dr. OL. 2-6 
8904 GLENVILLE RD. 


ets 


” Stirling ra one and 
rieht 


to 
"GEORGE Ww BAUSERMAN 
! tu 9-5444 | 
4 ELLSWORTH DR 


paid 


an immeculate 
bungalow with « larce 
yare Don ' pace this uD 
oO new schoo Te reach 
ave ae © end 


Mere tes modern 


rd 


‘Highlands Ramblers — 


Forestville 


$14.2 230 ane 


ONCE IN A LIFETIME a0 
nd use 60 


i* 
- 
permanent ho "Her . 


DIVE 


° epirone 


wil 
contract 


SLEEPY HOLLOW AREA 
“% ecre lot beautifuile 


- 
landscaped offer a }3-ded 
brick rambler with full basement 


m spores 


for 


land . ere 
Randoiph rad 
follow signe to 463 Morgan 
McALLISTER REALTOR. JO 


VFR worre 
$495 DOWN 


2-story semidetached brick. 3 
rooms. bath 24d fle _ 


heneine anc WSlik-Oun recreation rm 
ust 


ek : 
aT purcha : : " 
Nimits Grive.| JAMES. conLeY & Co. A a ; 
Marry A. . Boswell Co., LESS THAN 81000. $ 
ve | REALTORS AP 17,500 
on conventional PHA er GI terms 


tween Capito! 


8000 Connecticut A‘ 


~"MacARTHUR BLVD. 


$23.750-$23.950 
tinctiee” ramb! ers 


OPEN SUN. ‘TIL SOLD 
$17,950 


LOOK |! 


CHECK THESE FEATURES! 


5 large bedroome 
m : screened 

ep recreation 
“Pull basement 


REACH & PURCELL. EX }-2412 
BRAND-NEW SPLIT-LEVEL 


IN 
Cool Soring Brook Forest 
Come out todsy and see this beau: 
bull 4-bedroom 3 
gorgeous rec. room walk 
hot-water baseboard 
Loads of extras 


Inc inc] 
a’ ne rn 

Price $11.500. subject 

JAMaS CONLEY & CO_AP 


NO MONEY DOWN 


many homes ieft 


dining 
porch. Built-in 


Cc 
on Maryland ave 
on cou 
Co Te thepect this ~ yr ey F prop- 
4097 erty call the office t 


3:30. or contact ro 
JO 


room ares. 
w! th “dish washer = 
Lovely screened orcn. | 


‘. : 
i appraised 
plarrm pan ‘cane Be 54-7386 


Phe 
disposal ! 
eround-level 1018 6ist 
av attsvitie $300 

moe. rent @ tien 

bungalow modern x! tt . 

loveiy yar ny. te ev verytnhi ne 
HAMPTON & BOAR T¥ CO 


ENTEIND Ol. 824) foes, ATT Par rai a rain 


apees ve. cone! a, Be. Ti2 P.M 
fect wi qotlon | FIRST PRESENTATION 
nes ced wate Wa AVONDALE, MD 

roved | 4 BEDRMS. ind BATHS | 


Custom designed 9 yre seo. sho@~ 
| ies immaculate Poyer ‘ 
‘. ons | ; with Tireplece. din 
modern kit.. panéiied den wre 
rm. maids fm on in ff CAMPANELLA AND CO 
’ he ’ ‘+% ' 
my annelnt m Ex 3-4ll3: eves & Sun. LU 1-1806_| 


Le | 
JOULES” 2 SP err co. SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67Va.| 


yes. TA. 9- VIRGINIA 


only 1 year it : 
3 bedrms. liv ® yoo ace AL SKANDOA— 8225, jo cash and 
ae ~~ OWe- 


=e oun’. kit men iy ext ras 
F poren carpor npceceratine bedrm 
n N 


: 
602 Delashmutt Circie. 
both at Lake Barcrof' 


Walker & Dunlop 


oa9 N —, os 


. A 
brick rambler drastically 
te 824.950 for L 
rises 3 twin-sise berm 
oe ground.- level dermt.. 
size 80x150 
Open & 


for ap- 


REALTY MORTGAGE 4 | 
’ ' as 
ome this property | ' } | ent Se co 
oO : to ir : . 
should inc ‘rease in value becoming | nin 2, | pel ab nene NT AVE. Nw 
6-84569 


| whe . n aq en en R 


RERWYN HOS $14 
sty 228 4 bedrm tile 
MYOPEN TODAY, 2 10-8 pone 
HILLANDALE 
10300 PARKMAN RD 


§-60)9 | 
pandabie wn? 
modern 
WA 
Center- ha plen brick rambier 


M) nutes te shopping 
Langley Park. etc 
traces considered, terms: 


tracts invited 
Ma 


BALL. JU. 5-4190 
Hurry out Pines Grench rd 
Old Biedensburs rd le 
lock te Lan dr lett Raat 
block. bear rig 1 on Glenville ra 
from Ol4 | 
to Langley dr 
Piney Branch! 
Tigae 1, te he block. bear right on 
Gien vil! 


FREDERICK W. BERENS 
_ SALES, INC. JU. 7 7700 


? reneferred Ouner Anxious 
| Price and Terms Reduced 
MASS. AVE. EXT. AREA! OPEN SAT. and SUN. 1-6 


6317 BANGAMORE RD. | 8602Vones Mill rd. Adjoining Rock 
él AVE | Creek Park at East- West Hewy and 
i ME * 


Beac to Pior! Ga. Priced right for quick | 
BETHESDA AREA 


ay ] tf «6 
Cash Old Biodensvsrs 


GI con- : 
lovely 


BURCH’ REALTY CO. 


5 . JA. 53-2400 


Wapokonete. 


oa nm 6) Wiltam F Ryan 
oo ru 2-65ai. 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


NEW HOMES 
OPEN TODAY 


B 
“~~. co... JV. 


.. af at de gti, 3s i 

r — an oor 

aehacdced i+ nf “' 1 ¥,? amitics, 

ALEXANDRIA 
uit brick 
cul-de-sac. 3 
ished r 


beth. tires weer vy CHEVERLY 


we on beaat 
perf, cond l 


uy. 3-bedrm 
rm 


rt 


ALL OPEN SUN., 2-6 and carpert air 
LINTON D 


f . TO 
110009 Kensington Pkwy. | SetvAverns—exr . 
; Open, 2-6, rit a Bn. Realtor oN. 


ROCK CREEK HILLS 
3-BEDRM. CAPE COD 5 r is 2-bedrm. | 


' A 
ACCENT ON VALUE! Mr. Hope. FA. 2.4762. Coz & Co brick ramb! er has | Just 
Ine 8-5837 ery dcetall 
_~ firepiace in 
jot. Price 
Owner 
<r 


ee AREA 


Modern 2- and 3-bedfoom brick 
rambiers and Cotentele 

selections GI con ventiona! 
terms. FPairiy pri ced $13.250 to 
$14,950 


HUGH T. PECK 


7950 New 
CATREL a 
bedrms 
oan fenc yd 
mo. pe du bd 


—<jroveton, & 
ey levels on 
becrms. 2 


baths,” 
yO 


custom 
. et 
ine 


$1000 down "Call 


- rm 
gti ia 


constr : 


ey JS 


“- EXANDRIA 


These 4 sparkling new homes 
really are velue-loeded for you 
Bach ia 3 1 


a) 

Pia CORP 

uge Scarsdale plan 

with fireplace stun- 

esene afue for 
New 


ne y 
7-400 AP A Be! ARTY 


~NEW ePLit. CEVELS 


Two new models 1 


ort New Hampshire | 
, oar left on Over- 


' T 
HUGH T. PECK 
7980 New Hamp. Ave. HE. 4-6400 
3-Bedroom 2-Bath Rambler 
h Mont.-Blair High School of 
2-yr.-ol4 brk 
in 


D rections. 
ave 102 
look r 
Bee these fine homes this 
afternoon 
To reach: Drive out Conn. ave 
nwy continue 
turn right 


right 
950 


riced 
OL 


Million Dollar View 


2 ACRES—PRIVACY 
1—A 
sround 
with resvocnins view for miles this 
type. 3-bedroom home is idea! 
inclined te sour try 
a fine community and near 
Country Club ] floor 
0 bath on 2nd floor mod 
i] ern kitchen. detached large gar rage 
*. tabs soll rich for 
6-3759 ut drive out and 
niy $17.500 
ONS Cut oa. ave 
Wat 


PRY 
ALEXANDRIA 


Lincolnia Hills | 
Open Daily, 10 to Dark! & 


; ption 
Jom oC Conles “* ‘Co AP. 7-6292 Ree con! 
. ¥ ZAGAMI REALTY CO. REALTORS 
Civ ceTo iGHTSs PRESENTS With 
a an a OXON TLL PLEASURE 
Re 7-3600 NEW 


CAPE Con 
7 FeOu DRIVE 
PEN TIL DA RK 
InN LOVELY TLveR MIL! 
Pirepia 4 
rma 


100 Listing 845-M. TE 
6. 400 te &-7343. AL BAKER & 
BON INC.. 508 N. Washingten at.. 


lex nee vs. 
—hy owner: ot. 550: 3 bed- 
brick. row, 2 Biks te shop's 


pew 1B et A and 


VISIT |e 
| 


SILVER SPRING 
4 BEDROOMS 


q R baths 
head ru 


10 mile we sign.) “rr 


ie od. wit $ 

$23,950 TO $29,950 
PRICES CUT TO 

SELL THIS MONTH 


fenced yard 

nls FE 5-8095 
capera am Jo bed room 

‘a D ay 


e! 
community chia! sch 
a 


, 

Oreen! eal 
CHEVERL Y — 6-rm 
atns finished 

Shaded porch 


Ra 


' rd 
_Resiter LEO M ‘BERNSTEI Access. from —— 
fertile acre _ with 23 
on Route also 
ottage with —--R.. ee 


Joseoh + y, 


Ras es 


ALEXANDRIA 


RELAX 


Yee Sir’ An 


to Lagy- ir 
’ LAR 

H nirance end con- 

a to Upen Sign 

mile to white house and OPEN si an 


HUGGINS & HARRISON. INC 
Realtors 
10615 Conn 


u 
Piney Branch 
id Bliadensoure 


oO} 
on Seeks iane to 


LOHR 


9419 Thornhill Rd | 
NORTH SLIGO PARK HILLS | 
| 


to OPEN 
& SENNETT 


Bees. TA. @- 1608 


Occ | 


DI % 7-4244 


MINIATURE ESTATE 
$20,950 


Forest Glen Park 
Silver Spring, Md. 
2919 Wilton Ave 
| Unique white brick Cape Cod—artist's home overlooking Rock Creek | 


Park situated midst breath-taking towering cakes + dogwood 
~ ataleas, etc 


LO. §-4900 Ave ane 


rkshop 
rt 


* 


oe 
Fs: Org. 
32206 ¥} a. = ~~ 


. Ale 
THE OLD RELI Sere 


ALEXANDRIA AREA 


BARGAIN 
HUNTERS 


SEE BUCKNELL MANOR 
3-Bedrm. Cape Cod 
1¥2 Baths and Den 
$275 Dn., Gl, $83 Mo. 
OR $1000 

DOWN NON-VET 
ONLY, $13,750 INTERIOR REDEC'D 
$230 DOWN—GI! 
$1] a gp MO. 
wean FULL 

LAT echSt Fohalits 

SEE HOLLIN HALL 

3-Bedroom Rambler 
$300 DOWN—GI 
$14,950—$89 MO. 


price 
BRICK—-LAROE T 
CONDITION-——-ENCLOGED PORCH 


SEE JEFFERSON MANOR 
$200 Dn., GI, $65 Mo. 
ONLY $9950 
; ME ne GLoc TO BHOPPING 
OFFICE OPEN SAT. 9-1 


Attractive 
throughout 
hhving roo 
roo kitenen 


SILVER SPRING 


Eibow room for your family 
froom 


edrooms and bat 
end. has cusses finished room aod 
h. 


ay OPEN, TO 6 


4502 CONIFER ST 


ECTIONS Out Wis. ave 
ae Navel Med Cen 


just 
e woo SF... 31 7—-$ 10 500 
by owner full 


ica ee 
dar lane, right to ‘Conifer, tett Pirst floor — living room (24-ft). pieture-windowed kitchen with; * aes | school, ps hi "expandivie 
te bouts & HARRISON, INC. | C#ting space dishwasher. disposa! bedroom and beth. Huge Par attic 15 min + fene 
REALTORS | screened porch . me. n 47 
w. AY Becend floor — panelled 3 bedrooms. full bath y $23.9 
Oven | panelied rec. room with 3 outside 
- Custom features throughout 
A 
m.,' Drive eut Conn. Ave 
“| left on Porsythe Ave 


S 


: Al Sabine “inn 

responsible full 

NEAR NEW 
15 
+ 


let-floor poe 


nie 
Ussbler-—Chevy hase Anis 
tbrullding. Y o,f 1500 
: = : *' | : tr . ; iG Al — _ = —— a _ _—_—— .. — : 
FAEKWOOD | RAMBLER” Bs Ky -* ight a‘, miles to e@f-| fo om 1) w. ; - Take at . i Je A : 
. fe} , ~ Bee and ist if—j it u lb ton Cedar tf tinue In the good breeze that 
| , ; . a ; ~ oom 
Living 
: separate dining 
fully landscapec “$59. LER MONTH 4610 Lee ‘HH ghway. Arlington. Ve h 
spsaeian 
ere baths and serece with 
age 
ral ech A. reh Todays, bates ern va ow price only ‘ 
te 
ALEXAN 
1400 "Ty 9 PM va RIA Cave 
xe iT NOW — 
TOTAL PRICE, 3I5, 130 
© HOPPING CENTER 


$28, 500—$500 DOWN | es 8-272 EWis 
ir beat M ARYLAND HOMES & che et 
; 4 
mm \ 508 a. a ee 4% mily-sized equipped 
Little enc nanted rott . 
ALEXAN rk 356 
oniy $9 3 
onvenient to Penta 
Cc nr 
> ] 
uy at BROOKS ees fi 
Immediate Occupancy 
wit opti we buy 
ow tows ON 


dishwasher le 
Center hell —— soamaned 
Colen ' Bric : 
cyDr eas- ~«  M@- MA T BROYHILL & SONS rm. "t : ners ia 
8-6812 for new reened 
CO) q . . can ey nny = bedrms 
pen for Snspection | iis Sen ii Bp conse 
W. R " HUGHES. CO. : 
| ALL BRICK 
person 
MTS L 


Pull price 825 $500 | 
GORE ! ‘N ia nt REAI TY CORP 


$11, 950 are ‘erent LER| 


large Auchor 


10-7. BP. 53-4845 
NEW RAMBLERS 
HILLCREST HEIGHTS 


house Sunday 


Ground -level entrances. 


AC — GLEN HILLS 
vorons Attractive 3-bedrm 


custom -built ramoler 
tious 


ke Ou ~ 


a mocnnitie , 
ft 


rd. 2 
aie BCS 


nage ar. 
Twinbrook Forest 


ANK 
1717 yt ad AVE. 
OPEN 2-6 


basement wit ent 

MODEL HOME “OPEN 
Daily and Sun., 10 A.M 

luxe stove re 

30.7 — . end disposal. 

ear No Down Payment 7 | 
LOANS 1% BATHS) 

Low Down Paymen 
Non-Vets 


Rs, Peace Crass 
n 


te Kensington Parkway. right om Beach Drive | 
to top of hill, sharp right on Wilten Ave 
Owner, JU. 9-7946 


Open Sunday ‘til Dark 


to our open sign n't tor- 
>. mi 


% 2 to 6 


HOMES 


SLIGO PARK HILLS 
18 Park Valley Rd. 


; 
SILVER SPRING | 
' 


|. fenced ige. jot 
-J43 1. 


FORESTVILLE 
BRICK RAMBLER 
3 Bedrms., $13,000 GI 
M-143 ) 5369 Humphrey Drive 
Cenvenient to Andrews Pield. $83 
per mo inc udes everything for 


ay arett iful ambier Cail 
ae NA 5000 


FREDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES, INC NA. 8-5000 


GREENBRIAR 
KNOLLS 


EXCELL ? 
and i | ) > we Ly : onast : | WR BALTIMORE PARKWAY 
open sign | BEAUTIFUL BRICK CAPE COD—4 bedrooms, 2 | call 4-4000 for pri | ALL-BRICK 
J. Wesley Buchanan, Inc. | baths, separate dining rm., large modern kitchen > Spee 

[ hy & with breakfast ber. Full basement | ra. t ° eo berk ¥ rip * | SPLIT LEVELS 
sae wt % foo | ste ayatig a hay” Mil! nead to Parkland Drive, | and our open sign ‘ehhsers che hii rot? 250 iat 

rm entrance to Wheaton City, right to Grenoble Drive ODA , 

' | ROBERT E. LOHR 


A lovely home 4 tue pee I Roman brick 
ished left to home. et 
-4000 till 3 pb RA 4 


— TK roa unfin bedrooms 
room 
R A HUMPHREY & SONS 1% 36th a OS 
Mass Ave. N.W REALTORS NA. 8-5020 ”” 


28 | 
urn | 
iz ace rooms, 3 bedro 

Fee Ritehene and 2 ball 
ba 


Gl 
. 
7 bedreame den and arr Anchor 

“if 


ard beau 
makes ideal family home 


250. ~=—s« BASEMENT 


fine 3-hed. 
convenient 
ms 


Ki 99-8227 
SSOCIATED BROKERS | 
~ ALEXANORIA 


A REAL BUY 


S bedrms 


WHEATON 


LARGE 4 BEDRM. CAPE COD 
TRADE ACCEPTED 


GI NO DOWN PAYMENT 
OPEN 2-7 
ENT CONVENTIONAL FINANCING 


For 
ppin DIRECTIONS 
mison, Grive out Defe 


: left to “Tien 


~ "A CAROZZA CO 
LU. 4-0040 Eves. LU. 2-5428 
‘ aoa 13.750 open, Su ynday 


Springti me beauty 


ilrrounde 
this eli-brick hom tn 


“Arthur August & Co 
OPEN. HOUSES TODAY 


s Twinbrook | 


attached garage 
Sences vara with 
REx nd becue COHEE 
EALTY CO AP. 7-9595 


OPEN HOUSE 


+ lek Col onia! 
physician I 


imits Ave biock 
ane 1 bat 


i. ash required Total 

9 

_MOR TON & HUNTER 
7 


Alex 


INC 
va 


KI 8.7466 
ALEXAND RY - 


AIR 
CONDITION 


Don't let the hot weather cet rou 
down Live pleasantiy in this 
completely air-conditioned home| 
(Cirysier AirTemp) This brick! 
Cape Cod near public and pare- 
= schools has 2 bedrms and | 
ath up: 2 bedrms. and bath. lis 
n dining rm equ! pped 
— wr on ist floor_and rec 


fire. 


arge 


aivert anc sien =! . 
Co MILLER ESTATES 


-2554 x & Co. 


6000 GSareent rd 
eves Ramblers 


Sewer, 
wood ri 9 
Wake Perest . left 


7010 : WA ti198 2-7070. WA ben 
north ‘sn Edmondeton 14 BURCH REALTY CO. RARCHET TE RAMBLER 


block to Berwyn left to i ir 9-5992 New brick. 3 and tile 


ROBERT | DAVIS £ CO. |SPEN, N NOON TILL DAI DARK bath and designed { ones 4-room 
bik 


peertment, nome floors on ground 
“WILL HELP YOU TRADE” Mt Calvary Churc and eve t x eet. Lovely lawn 
hool. 4 new br 2! 
WA. 7.3900 a ick A. 


and large garden piet for you and 
UNIVERSITY PARK 
OPEN 2-7-7209 COLESBVILLE RD 
Majestic custom- , 
inspiring = 
U tra 
Suse ai + 4 


ick 
Cape 
Water 


anc 


sree RXNBL ER BYEFORDE 
$13,950 


. ) S113 Bradford rd. ! 
jay Le ave. 2 spacious bed- 


ng ~-* rear screen porch. | 
tiful fenced lot. Call PR. 


_ nN 
REDERICK W. BERENS 
ALES, INC. NA. 8-5000) 


PL 
HOMES IMMEDIATE POSSES- 
DIRECTIONS TO REACH: Drive 
out Baltimore Parkway to 


Riverdale exit. west Ri 
Gale rd. to Edmondston 


CHEVY CHASE 
ROLLINGWOOD TERRACE 


Americana Comtemporary Split Level 


SPECTION CALL 


er moe 59104 
rms. 500 Weekdays, «? Sat 


u : 
Jones eriege rd light and con- 
k Creek. short 


tine scr 

distance” te big Byeforde sien 
Eater and go to 9404 
r 


ALLIED REALTY 


OL. 6-8600 Eves. AD. 23-3733 


MONROE 
L346 N 
ULTI 


59 -78 

The M. H. BARRY. Org er 

206 Mt rune Ave alex 
a 9-34: lL 9- 
ALEXANDRIA _ Tot offering . 
atan «Pxw row, 
; hus "oad school 

uic) sale 


INC 
56 230 Arlington Tudge By 
ALEXA’ RIA AREA — A ost al-| 
tractive 5-leve! white b brick ‘-de 
rm j-beth home in exclusive W 
ton Woods. All rooms 


The “LALAND” t&-a new 4-bedroom. 3-bath contemporary with DEVE 
recreation rodm and garage. featuring el] the graciousness of on tt 
CARL M. FREEMAN'S AMERICANA desi in a beautiful setting 
in the heart of the exclusive Bethesda-Chevy Chase area. All GE 
kitchen, separate breakfast room. dining room and perch open- 
ing to rear patio. Cathedral ceiling, fireplece wall and wrought 
iron balcony rail] dramatize the 17x24 ft. living room. ™ ft. therme- 
pane window wall overlooks patio and garden and brings the out- 
doors pleasantiy inside. 


: 
can be erranged. 4713 Oglethorpe 
St.. Riverdale. Md. J. Harris Ros. 
ers. owner. WA. 17.2706 

Gi OR NONG! 
Welcome to exclusive Fest ave 
Suitland sear ANDREWS ' 
BOLLING We have & modern. 

Meaiow here with 4 

: pes + weer 4 PD ay — . 
bought for ely #16 6 you can : 
beat ar, ca . 


1% 


ri ieht fo to pro 
MUDD REAL NTE 
‘LU. 4- 4382 


-BEDRM., beauty. $12,500. Secri- 
fice on easy Lee rm. | 
sep ty ak 


liv 
rm full bam. | 
porch: bis sheep lot: sute. wash- 


RARE FIND ett. 
BEAUTE ‘ TULIP HILLS ‘tebced yard 
eS ATHS 


na ret AL ‘a a 
LOUB CARE 
cot center-hall con- 


ouse 

. ths Anchor 

room. This must be Availeb 
AP 71-0900. "til 9 

JOHN 4 ENTE, AP SPACIOUS 


few centerehall pet x se 5 
be ‘. 2° 


. 

P ; ae ibal fire- 
Directions: Out Conn. Ave. 1 mile past Chevy Chase circle to om crouse 7 ot xl i | 
Leland @., right on Leland St. 2 blocks te Brookville Ra., left on + ew. FR « af ea, pees: | puder ih : a pal | 

; ac ig O01 te 
ell. Brookville Rd. 1 bieck to Rollingwood Terrace entrance, follow arrow en : CAMP pg ; 
appreciated’ : 


oy ae bog iors co. Pye ‘. 


ventiona! : . rections: ext'd. to | etn 
soon 


Excl. beouen | 


te Fetes 


FL eg to. 


$44.200 
ay 


=| gutate nding ie ish 


ation rm. in 
block irom community po =~ 
A conven 


: Open Saturday and Sunday 12 te Dark 


San 


OPEN, 1 TO DARK | eit ait 


inspection can it 


ter 
13, 1 JOHN 


ag | ee srouce fir re an Pas 


INTERSTATE REALTY CO., INC, hp Hull » “turn "Jett to No i FOR 8! Brick 


Button wood wt bear SE ig iy Ts 
MR. WILBURT Ww "WRIGHT | ie iy Tari 


j - Wisconsin Ave 


wooded 
= nity pont srt 


avail. yi 5- roth ie 


corner lot: 
w/a util. 


ALEXANDRIA 
Brick Split-Levels | B 


Off Janney’s Lane 


Sore 


to 

cu Ps "te ure 

. r 

ees 
a 


eek 


Drive 


. 
vert NEY’s LANE 
IN-MENSH 
CALL $0. "5.8790 


“ALEXANDRIA—OPEN- 
Vets $000,000 Dn..| 


baths Pa ba 
new 


compare 
vite your 


and 
ue We } 
4 home. 


x18 Duke 

Vv. L. MARCUM. REALTOR 
SRIRLINOTON ~ ecm CTR 
<i OS om 


ALEXANORIA 
‘wor PR 
N SUNDAY 
WN HOUSE 


rms. 2 dati 
ireslaees, 
“welled garden 
. Vernen 
continue 

straight ss 
biecks to OC ston 


‘Le LY ieee 


LOY 
im A-i condit 


ae ? OPERTIE 
2-0790. EVES. 6O. 46-7489 


7 ee 


ALEX BEVERLY HILLS 
pokadieal De Tinsec 


MILLS RD.) 
CH ice dric me with slate 


TODAY 


_ din 
ound. ¢-Seer sonnet rm 


Tc be ths. eened 

hen ml 

Sovane , = or or <nonves 
Bob | pecan. Real Estate| 


322 6. Weeh @t.. Alex... KL. 68-8015 


ps 


ALEX.—OLD TOWN 


619 S. FAIRFAX ST. 
OPEN. SUNDAY; 2 TO 6 


elise Systores BD 


Sith Greplace. . Biches ses 


dining a 
ths irs prekae ‘care 
n Fitced'' peer GI ap- 


praise! et 
Wharton & Potter, 
Ke ire. Saneom 


eres 


stuay. 


Inc. 


8-351 
$3143 


ALEXANDRIA 
OLD TOV/N 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2 TO 6 


TR’ awrect arttis : | 


Reem fer 3 generations 


terrecec garden in 
COME 682 AT 


109.111 SOUTH LEE ST. 
MECHLING, INC 


125 Se. Pits Ot OV. 3-2220 


Cod new! y| 
eteve eerie A ~ ' 


gee, itp bathe, stor 
e 
? —* blinds 


éare er OF 415 Tonaheses 
am _Ov. Ri 


x, doen Open, | to 5 a 
G! APPROVED, $17,850 | 
Owner offering at $17,000 


rick romnier 
r with 


rig | 
aoe | 
Pran 


re r 
\% mile te tet’ 


"right Oe 
‘» mile to 701 


orton | 


“TEER | 
Sunday, |-6 P.M | 
WOODLAWN MANOR 
5 BEORMS.—IF 


irect 
rive Mt vernen 
mt te Woodia wn cently - a 


RTL R rH a 


CU M | 
| 4-Bedroom Cape Cod | 


in . very chéice | 
forma! | 


Buc Ener 


iller Real Estate 
5-2444 
TA 


N 
TOWN HOUSE | 
FOR NON-G!| 


payments like! 
” saree living rm. | 
ares. family-sized 


| Directions 
on Route 235 1 beck. left and follow our open arre 


cpanel 
ont Realty, 


bess | 
: 
Inc 
6-3163. JE. 3-1830 


“| JUBBARD REALTY CO. | 


SALE MOUSES 67VA. 
- ~cna eeEeEererer 


TAKE OVER LOAN 


5 BEDRMS., 14 ACRES 


be 
aot cad Sah 4 


inspect 
ARLINGTON REALTY 


2212 Wiison Bivd. 


4A. 7-9300 "til 9. 


COTTAGE SMA SMALL 


uy 


Yb eating ane. 2 nice 

4-ft. pvt. sereened ooh hb 

ae let with nice freee Good at 
be sesumed 


Parker. Smith & Donnell 


JA 7-161 i JA ~8817 


cred 


SALE SUBURBS. HOUSES 67VA.| SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. | 


| : 
; ; 


HOT NUMBER ‘an "tin 


<aee Cod ~ 
Only $12. may pe rdy Ba 2 bed- “t12.500 
. with bemt.| “which ever is in Oeee, BO 


ieee ." corner = $750 DOWN.—G! 
Sarre 4 BEDROOMS 


11.0%, Gi. BEST svY— Almost 
new 3- bedroom rambier on a fine. / North Arjinatea. conv 
woo nm Pails Church area: | 750 with 

Full | basement 


ee for mast mon "ROR 
yw. pore 
ALTY. oh 2-7 


NIA 


r 
baths on “h81 

mazin A.- 
BCHACH R 


gone Owner 


2-sATh, putastes PAST 
hools ent, 


; joc. onl 
fireplace 


— 


| | NIA Sunday, 


house. Wil 


tps 
at $115; Gr sell $19,900, with 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 


a HOUSES 67VA. | THE , WASHIN IGTON POST and TIMES HERALD» 


June 10, 1956 D111 
SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 


VIRGINIA 


GIANT CRESTWOOD RAM 

& corner fenced jot. © 
luxurious living 3 «(Care 
rooms, living room. 
room 


ERTI 
co 
._5-6200 
provide 
be 


-. 
CHOICE VIRGINIA PR 
Cc oe REAL 


vy 


— shade trees bed- 
ie living. 3 


r ain 
is cute red 
SCHACH REALTY 


uD 3 
— $50 call HILL R 
5. 741 J. 2- ‘3708 


LER. on 
you 


separate dining 


VIRGINIA 


s6TH ‘T.. NORTH. 6518 —2-bdedrm 
br ic ram on-—-ar 
td aseei nd back 


with came 
Lees than 4 biks« 
church and shoep- 
pis }-0196 
Coa on Following wees: 


t MF v. 
ty ‘F 


EVERLY HILLS | Bemeis bone om 


609 TENNESSEE AVE. 
OPEN, 2 TO 6 


819.500 
5m Pent.: pretty. conv 
Ay Pe 


BELLE HAVEN ESTATES 


BRICK RAMBLER —3 bed- 
rooms, 2 baths, 8 closets. 
Attic storage. Large kitchen | 
(wall oven, garbage disposal, 
dishwasher), bsmt. (rec. room| 
with fireplace, garage, utils.). 
Conv. shop., churches, schis. 
OPEN, | to 5. 705 BELLE-| 
VIEW BLVD., ALEX., TE. 6- 
8528; JA. 5-0434. 


To 
© Shirlington | 

; take” " parkfairtex ent. to 
Martha Custis dr. left en Martha 
art at Reece eve. right — 


OV. 3-1946 TE. 6-2310 
ARLINGTON. NORTH 


4 BEDROOMS 
et ap 


roomy -bric x Cape Cod) 


-  SeOADMONT 
LUXURY 
Antique Brick Rambler 
_ 3% ‘Soths. cer ten 
boa 


only ; pleocks from 
N 


d 
rea. topes anyiim 


ECTION 
ost desériminating heme- 
please call 


rm 
very ieelaely , 
sroung ft fer 


Ry the 
seekers rom 
for directions 


Miller Real Estate 
Brick Colonial Home ” 


In wooded Oia, Sort rm whe pear} 
of resi Ariinet Ma 5 
n beds “ss sen in 
floer Boe der room. full 

eer 


pours o> wooded 
mi Pentas ' pedec-) 


Bleek ei 


“Fairview” 
OPEN. 2 ‘TIL 6 


This tmmacy! late 2-bedroom. whi' 

brick rambler oouing for the GO 

appraisal of $15 we Pinished 
: jot 


acre level 
neuse te 
i Ja. 4 
336 te 
Pairfax city 
arrows 


Hicks Realty 


REALTORS, KI! 


NEW 
3-Bedrm Brick Ramblers | 


SU BSTANIAL 


Brick Colonial Home 
@ close-in — 
eles aserms 
Pine pan roo 
peseense wit Ons choice corner 
ot niy an 
Open Bun ul dark 
1038 73d st SOUTH ARL 
Miller Real Estate 


‘4..7-1203 a 
ARLINGTON VA 
1909 NO. DANVILLE ST 


bath Mocern new #608 
Bel) furnished or unfur- 
le 6a 


limite 
te i4 


Co. | 


9-1600 


Bee sample 
wooded (oat 
in 30 days 

ONLY 6 LEFT: ! ! 


OPEN ALL, WEEKEND 
Dir.: Out Route 7 appreximately 1 
mile past city limits. right on Lisle 
ave... fellow signs 


Miller Real Estate 
on) JA. 7-1203 JA. §-2444 
Faia CRHURtA AREA—Bri and 


Stucco. 2-bedrm 


t 
5 le «at acre corner a. 
ard. pit 


A WILLE—Aoen tedar 8 extras 
And Sun 


means every- 


Use and cheese your 
ect te De completed 


to 


or at 


— 


BRICK CAPE COD 
$19,950 
Wom 


Cen app! 


sturdily constructed Co-| 
on exclusive Fort Seott 
bas sarge bed 
arece an 
and 5 aded 
abe 


large trees this 


torm 


nage re Fcott 


esHine Inc. 1 en 
‘porch ° » ancaat an face, 


= ee Ge. 
ee, ans 


Ser, 4a Rowland Co. 


| 120 EB. Broad 


ca 
Beautify 


"i 

frame house: lige fene ed 

patio; near shopping 
‘edi. b 


INOFIELD .~ 54-ft.. 
Brick contemperary 
Pully 


3- earn | 


r 
Convenient 
entagon and Belvoir 


bamt 


r 
acre fen 
JE. 4-7739 Fes ast, 


NO 5B Bath st 


ANGEL PARK 


| OPEN. 


URCH CITY 


A “aly! WANT 


MPORT co se 
- offered in this ry 
Lt BRICK RAM 
PULL ASEMEN 


h ut = entrance 


| Besia. ¢ 
sie 


OPEN SUN., 


pirpetions : ‘ws w 
alis ’ I 


street 
°. 


steno 


; ight 
open sign 


| Brick Rambler 
$16,500 
| Immediate Possession 


| OPEN, 1 P. M. 


MUST RF ‘sot D 


equip 

que rter ocre lev 
ONTRA 

miss thi ; Sheasten 


| be lighted wit 
tment  - of + 


°? ing. 
transferred _ 


OPEN, PLM 
' appr 
1 € 
edar Hill te ‘OPEN Siar 
SPRINGFIFLD 


| throne, Up 


\ iF A 


rd. 


corn 
you desire 


| OPEN, 1 


Directions: From sh : 
ney at 4 
right 1 bleck 
eon. right on Bil ack 
sex ave ett 


te 
ca 
open 


COUNTRY CLUB HILia 


EAM 


nae COME TRUE! 


" SEE IT TOO! Dr 


nanpect this 


IT-LEN 4 


ment 

“up-te-th 

| port 
t 


an 
| resale potentia!. 


eregtions nN 
sh olf : 


‘ry Ciwb 
yo sores ana OPEN 


sign on ri ‘ght 


| All Officers 


IMMED POSSESSION 
($700 Below ' 


homes 


ALEXANDRIA’S CHOICE LOCATION | 
Semi-Detached Homes | 


3 BEDROOMS, 1/2 BATHS 
$14,990 


FHA INSPECTED 


DIRECTIONS: 2700 block King St. 
follow signs to Anot! Park. 


to Janneys Lane, 


Agent on Premises | to 6 


BUILDERS-AND DEVELOPERS CORP. 
TE. 6-9272. OV. 3-5173. 


LAKE BARCROFT ESTATES 
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF 


THE 3RD SECTION OF 
POPULAR PRICED HOMES 
IN THIS EXCLUSIVE AREA 


MODEL HOME, 6723 JOALLEN DRIVE 
STYLES INCLUDE 

ay: full basement 

rambiers 
“Wine "sedan 2's 
Choice s eho Sten. Lets everese by 
Al’ homes h ectric Hetpeint kitchen recreation 
and many yetinomentes in heopine with this enelusive area 


PRICES RANGE FROM 
$25,600 to $27,600 
[BERAL VA. AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCING 


OPEN SUN. AND DAILY, 12 to 5 


TO REACH 14th B ricte te Columbie Pike. continue 
10 eve Srammeats te Lake Barcroft entrance 
Blair Red right te Joallien Dr right to 


4 BEDROOMS 
3 BEDROOMS Den 
} BEDROOMS. 2 


ne 


eplit levels 
‘one avelladie now) 
bath split levew 


y 3 


es acre or more 


reom 


PHILIP B. KEY CO., Realtor 


Wayne Ave JU. §-3010 


—_—_— 


Silver Spring 


— 


OPEN TODAY 


*500 Down—Non-G.1. 


INCLUDING SETTLEMENT 


ight. bear . Ro 
l mile to homes 


Crestwood Rambler 
G! eat ane “ae Ria 
OPEN, 1-6:30 P iv 

6702 HAVEN PL 
Bre 
6-rm 


this beautif 
: 4-yr - 


aven Piace 
ARLINGTON NORTH 
| New Split Level 


Custom Designed 


EN, P.M 


0 OPEN 


N. ARLINGTON 


4 Bedrms. 


Near Lorcom Lane 
AF COrVEN LENC : 
NEI HBORH: OD 

’ equipped kite 

on rm | 


DELU 
FINE 
dinine 
luxe recreat 
n 


eonstruction 


$18 500 
er 


ARLINGTON 
REALTY CC 


2212 Wilson Bivd ”) 


Rn 


" Klews 55-Ft. Ramblers 


Large Living Room with Fireplace 
Separate Dining Area 

Modern De Luxe Equipped Kitchen 
3 Twin-Sized Bedrooms 

Ceramic Tiled Bath Plus ¥2 in Master Bedroom 
Baseboard H.-W. Heat—Plaster Walls 
Carport With Separate Utility Room 
Over '3-Acre Landscaped Lot 


PRICE $15,500—OTHERS AT $14,250 


Out oute 1 from Alexandria te Spee Alr Yheatre, left 


J. T. MOTON REALTY, INC. 
OV. 3.5900 


LAKE BARCROFT 


Award Winner 


601 Whispering Lane 
Open Sun., 2 to 5 


GOODM AN- DESIGN 


Purchased 

Léerms 

Directions Enter Lake 

grott om Columbia Pike 

ae to ‘ern, dri 
tan 


CHATEL, JA. 738 


NO. ARL.—5S215 26th at. 


. 


turn right ° ein 
s 
6-1234, ey 4-1 ae 


We have many other 


y 4S &=Custom-deai ' 
er " 


WESTOVER-TARA 


LINCOLNIA 
brick ramb 


rm with | 


; bat 
DEN mon R 


rm 
shaded secluded yard 


Hvestr ; 
best nei ghbor hood bat 
° net a cinder 
Pa ef a ise 
‘ JORDIN - Mentil ar to exible | ines cine 
om } 7 GOR tru Ay ay 
DIN. -MENSH REA! TY CORP AL! “Ow NER 
3-67 WOOORRTHG 


- 


. 


+e lo’s 

ang #814 
reagan ss . 
at Shir 


LORCOM LAN 
BEI rR OOME plus 


). 0d r) oge ri 


PEN sive 
MENSH REALTY CORP 


Sin - 


Open Pa rade 


EXCI USIVELY ey V BRNON 


A Mini ature Estate 


ALEXANDRIA TOWNE 
As sume Huge 
, 


AN 


2TO6 
NEAR CIA 
N. 38TH ST. & A One-Acre 
DITTMAR RD CMTE, TARE 


Nee 


For rest- Cool ed 


an x RAN - HER 


Pr 7 
; RHIW % rN Re 
ac 5 .«790 


(ENS H 


.* SRP 


COOL, ELEGANT Vernon Realty 
OT Mt Vernon 


. - 


Inc 


’ Club Hills 


— , ’ 7 OP J ' 
EL... §-4173 res. BL. 6 : . a “ 
OPEN TODAY Sato : j a al ge, Re altor 
2 ‘TiL DARK a - BEN 1.4 
BARGAIN, $13,500 $23,900 GI 
Where else . ne f a 1 * nc stone 


O14). 


” giremtocs 


_ ’ 
[IRECTIONS Was 
é . \ shatan righ 
se *. 20th st. to OPEN SIGN . 
Fred J George, Real tor 
[A. 8-6777 p14) 


Town of Fairfax 


oved 30 vear loans 


Price Only $14,814 and Up 


anor 
hoe 


COLONIAL 


N FLEMENTARY 


wey 
560352 


ar OPEN 8&1 


REAL ESTATE 
A olin 


~ 
\ 


N 


* Houses Wit 


Close-in | 


HOMPSO 
~ 


Acreage 


County 


} act ac- 
iy : £25 O00 


Fairfax 


ke Rt. 7 to I 
: Seneca Re 
Dignity 
‘ 

4: 199 \Acres 


su ntain Too Retevet 


acre avai lable 


5 Acres McLean 
, , 1» A Mother-in-Law Apt. 


this big 
neigh dorhoec 
an acre 
) 5 4 i Under 
bidas. and J‘. acres Low cash payment 
reace in desirahlie close- in loca- 
uw ,or stop by the office 
mile no. of Chain Bridge 


McCAY & McCAY, INC., REALTORS 
JA, 8-8675 


’ 


homes with « 
tion rices range trom 617.900 we. Cal! 
jocated on Highway 12 


R 
ts sTH ait 
Pit An Ylode AND" Nighy EN- 
’ en 


>, eS iv 


y ape \\i 


| ' 


~ 
> 


Open, | ‘Til Dark 
NEW SECTION 
VIENNA WOODS 
$15.950 


the 
™m 


OPEN NOON ‘TIL DARK 
MARLAN HEIGHTS 
SPLIT LEVEL 
MARINE DRIVE 

Large wooded Mi ern 
popular in 
a GROUP ‘Bt iT JusT 
combined and sep- Pee ARBA 
room -dint ing room : 


ly eq Lippe ; 


— Drive. 


ART POST, REALTOR 


Si; & WASH. ALEX Kl 20 


FIVE BEDROOMS 


~ |YEONAS REALTY |{ 
VY —— 


Brick Cape Cod 

1 HUGE BEDRMS 
SEP. DIN. RM oun 
$18.25 


ste | 
1350 Were 


aN Her 


BAT 
BSMI 
rm. s&s 
” reened . 
sareage Many ira 


res ~ ‘ t* 
Estate late @20 se 
Deld. BY OWNER 


OPEN, 1-DARK 
512 North Oakland St 


$19,990 
$17,000 Ist Trust 


Real 


OPEN 
McLean Nanos 


is North 
yan 


Car 


a ? RAR \ 


-y eusiif ied 


NICHOLS 
REAL ESTATE CO 


134 Werne 6 fA. 5-1 


Picture Window 
Overlooking the Golf 
Course 


' Four-Level 
“SPLIT LEVELS” 
w2 % Dn. Gl 


AND reArTe RING Senut full 
igh les 


signs 
UL RIA BROS 


JA 


in Ww “ 
te OPEN 


2048 


{ 


Start 


Home Ownership 
Open, 1 ‘til 6 


acuase : on 
wel istcaped 


NICHOLS 


Real Estate Lo 


Contemporary 


Awa 


Gaddy & Gaddy 


323 


2 BATHS, $16,100 
G! APPROVED 


ARLIN TON 


'T. BROYHIL! 
A 4.17 


7 


BEAUTIFUL TARA 


4 Bedrms.. 
OPEN SATURDAY 


“ue A 1Oebh 


FALLS 


Den. 


Baths 


N . A Y 


R Cc ” 
oe \ 4 


JA. 8-6 


PARK 


. 
62 
2é 


FALLS CHURCH, VA 


NO MONEY DOWN 


3-BEDROOM RANCH-TYPE 


A MARI 


ry r 
a OLENS 


EXTRA-LARGE DOUBLE BATH 


new nian of bhetter 
u , 


Gi 


GENT ON PR 


24.950 


Open | 


High on 


M 
2REMOST EXPO 
IONAI CHOOL OF ARCH 


TREME NIX 
rw 


ICIENC 


Ham.’ qt 


t HE ENG 


EN 


LISH-TYPS 
m oc MP PTET ; 
RANCE AT GRADE 


ABE M i 


TAKES AND IN 


N& 10 
ROAD out 
OUR ones BIGN 


POMP 


Wilson Blvd 


ry! 
it H iae Asai MTIi 
many handy extras MILT aR AND 
golden coqertunits 
not sorry 


Arthur L. Walters, Inc 
604 © RANDOLPH AT GLEBE | 


JA. 7-5200 


fenced 
his 
so be auick 


2729 
++, 


, 


APPR 


LARCHMONT REALTY, 


Til 


mate ’ 


mo 


fo r 


LOVED 
EMISES D 


, 


ING, 
Dark 


a Knoll 


‘ STIL! 
Y Ee (PPED WT 


r ow 
cD : 


Rt, POR A 


OF ESF Hi OME 
a “APPROXIMATELY $1 


Lee wwy ro 
METAR? ROAD TO 3700 


ailin 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 
«D112 » June 10, 1956 | VIRGINIA 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. McLEAN 
i VIRGINIA $22,750 


FALLS CHURCH — By owner pee contemporary } bedrooms 
rn Rambler 
fe ar es’ 


Sunday, 


From i reeedin . 


VIRGINIA 


3}-bedrm 


tin 


~yecen' Colonia nil, 
° 4 “tal , Att 
: in 4-0146 at 
FALLS CHURCH AREA 

+2, 400 


e M ‘oo “jE 2-7944 


NON-VETERAN 
33 ai MT. VERNON BLVD. AREA 


Afrtume 4 


4-BEDROOM BRICK 
$15,900 


LERNER & 


r ~~ 


~~ 
CO 
me Ba 
ary % 


FALLS CHURCH 


$] 6, 800 
x2 BRK 
4.1300 
M_T. BROYHILL & SONS 
Ane ton By 


Mens 
$6000 


La wrchmort Realty. 
BO 35-9040 


CHURCH 4 


Inc 
EB. i1-1830 
, eth FALLS m or 
Estate Toro ape | 
. 


: \4 VNER. 
FALLS 


Kiiedoe Real 
, dA 0 aaan | 
ARLINGT 


Real Cool 


MT. VERNON ALYVD. AREA 
rm. ramble dat! ° 8 
game 
ban 


NO 
an 


_ 7 - 
ry 
Y 

ARLINGTON 


fon 


Qc) 


e 


LARGE TREES 


$20,500 


ry 
Nes —- ‘ 


Ae * TON ¥ | | 
FREEDOM 
For the LARGE FAN 
Tht tor ar 


- 
o ABLINGTON—T? 
ra grec 7 “ . 


e 


TOD 4 ¥ 


Co >mmonwealth 
Properties, | Inc. 


; 
R wR 


* FALL S reyes et NR 


~ 


7 
> 


as . 


. : 
154 

= 

a 


HOOFF 


OP 
ih A 


ARLINGTON. REALTY 


° 


Prt  . LS 


EC AV 
> Ps 


$14,900 
COOL LIVING 


a 
Company 
. a Va 


> 


& 


wo 297 = 
— 


1 . " 


POHICK CREEK 
FEF SHIRLEY HWY 


> 
<a 


- 


—-y ere 


*% 
y* 
- 


‘>! 


Commonwealth 
Properties, Inc. 


PEN 9 
¢ Ra 


eevee Tea 


2 


iz \ 


ni - 
ARLINGTON 
5 bedra : Potter 
KI 8 
vA.—}- 


7 ‘hes 
Wharton & 
KI. 9-7799 


SPRINGFIELD 
arn er ce 


TT 
a4 


men 

FALLS CH. 6 

wag 

PHA 

vas CEUBCE wegen 
ec 


She 


No. 


avEoR ‘HILLS 


WF 


(RFA - 
2 be . 5 =e 
‘ 


o se © 
| ~46 


“FORT BELVOIR 


412 


ry ar eT 
00 and ex 


4 MA ARAAIT) 


a. Va 
BEVERLY Mici : s1008 DOWNW—A 
- Ls 7 = 1 ’ 
REASONABLE OFFER ACCEPTED kept. « 
=a) ~we uc : Manor 4 cm 
y all eves. 


Myer Special 


AF OVEL 


Sz 
, rede 


THIS HOMP ke some people n 
friends 
ramo.er 

corner 

Ss" ’ 


‘) 


© er situ h 
distance of L 

er rean - 
*| . ach - 
ymen' 


OCC} 


] ‘ B 
EDWARDS REALTY 


BROYHILL PARK 
$17,650 


.¥ pa 
yiATE 


" REALTY 


+ 


NGTON 


is Be nai eal ES a Net 89 aE 
Acres of Romance 
JA 


WwW OO D 


_1 
/ 


M. T. BROYHILL & S 
CENTREVILLE 


, 


gacace 


E & WU XTABL 


25 


iN HALL VILLAGE 


ORSCHACH REALTY 


AN ACRE | 


REES 


OF = 


: 


. 


Re 


’ 


CRO 


DOWDES rr RR. 


ere 


_ 


re rm 3 


a 


oloo WE 
enees FALLS CHtRen— 


LL & CO., 


OWNER SACI 


HOLLIN 


LIF it 
. 


mrarTy '; 
ALLS CHURCH 


$13,500 


ROOM RAMBI 


~ 


LAKE BARCROFT 


CUSTOM-BUILT HOME 
; ation: Re * : V iT 


Pores 


Hie 
r 


“ rom or will use 
3-BEC MASON GREEN 
a 


ra : 


ACRES 
Pma , 


=| SUNSET 
» SELECTIONS 


300 RILEY oT. 


- 


LORCOM LANE AREA—R 
P a ; 


A at 


V ' l CAGE 
VALER 


¢ 


R HI 


4-49. 


XTABLE 


- 


ARE 


AL 


ARDMORE 


102 0k 
ou won't believe Br okview 


’ er 
ween 
oom 
Dascemen 
= nh 


[ea 
ar 


LS 
be 


ONLY $10,490 a 
To 
No 


money 
400 


0 MOVES YOU 


Attractive 


se 


. 


¢ 4 


n if Vetnens ture s 
“ua 2 vererans ions: . rook and 
Pra! ni! 


down 


Ih 


J 
Ava 


P 
r no 


4 


$67. LOW MO PAYMENTS 
& 


nanc 


In est. 


lude Princ ¢ 


A Few Available 
For Immediate Occupancy 
SIZE REI 
SEPA 
a LED BATH PLUS 
DREAM KITCHEN WI 
LT-IN cog ited BAR 
ITY ROC 


UTII 
ing city water and sewer 
CR. 3-0485 

JESSE JOHNSON INC. 


Builders & Developers 


SALES OFFICE 932 MAPLE ST. 
TOWN OF FAIRFAX 


ter Taxes 


> 


a 


arrows (to AoOUseS 


SUNSET 


REALTY, | 
LEE HWY 


THREE FUL! 


ROOMS 
R JOM LATE T 


LARGE 
NING 
HALF 
H 
a, 


5] e 8.4000 


4 Bedrms. & Den 


2 FULL BATHS 
$22,500 


Immaculate home also fea- 
: < ning room. eauip 

] rec. rm: aream 
weadertel sarden. 7 mi) 


CM. Hailey, JE. 2-7944 | 


ous ex‘ras iW gas anc ele 


Plus numer 


° 


a a 
Artax Realty 


OPEN, 2-6 | 


$18,450 


. POEs BRICK RAMBLER 
FUI B&aMT H REC. RM 
LAROE BRICK. WALLED PATIO 

PHA—<¢ a “G1 OR 
IN-SERVIC 


EDWARD R BRIGGS 
Rea'tor 
G ebe Rd 


Long & Low 
RANCHERO | 


Lee Mey at JA 5.8402 


Vienna 


ae 1°4900 
BRICK RAMBLER 


“$21 950 
MANNAS REALTY 
JE. 2-3) 


FOR SALE BY 


. tached 


OWNER 


ARISTOCRAT 

- ° ™ P rw 
ne \ : 

5) oo an «a 
: 


. 
value a he "| . j 
RORSCHACH } ALTY 


FOR YOUR SHARE 


H s Realty Ce xy 9 


Check This 
for Value 


(6) $14 
aown 


Arfax Realty 


. 
EDWARI 


Far rmettes — 


mOven® RAMBLER 


HAY MARKET 4 
Ps ' 
lington R 
eritioce BL 


~ $500 DOWN 


A an . 


ealty Co 


* anc 
7 . 


$650 DN. 


af 


; tie 
cr : 
. 
Nice 
~~ 


a 
; 


> 700 DOWN, 


Bea 


Town & Country Realty 
TE. 6-1415 9 ‘til 
$16,750 

A } ; fo 


RN 


Ea 


Barker, emith &D 


$990_ DOWN 


Pa 


owe 


_ 


- a 
refine 


JE 44-4900 
MOST 


\V/ 
¥ 


Avtar Realty. 
AREA'S 
MAGNIFICENT 


SOUTHERN COLONIAL 


MANNAS REALTY 
JE. 2-31 


~ Get Out of Town | 


tea choose from 


area 


Two 40-acre sites 
Pairfax Station 
ranch-type house 
baths, mod. kit.. liv. 
view 2800 rd 

ac aeee | sun —_ witt 

’ magees furne r 

tri ple leutetion™ * 949.7 50 


Remodeled 4- = 
Truit. old box 2 
on bulldings $29 050 Cas) 

McGRUDER. JA 
De 5-8438 SUN 


ho ee. 


Streams. , 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. | SALE. OUT-OF-TOWN 
| ~ Vil RG _ eae r 
| $828 LITTLE FALLS RD. |A Bit of Ole Farm 


VIRGINIA __ VIRGINIA | 


LADY BE GOOD 


. 
northwest of 
, 

ta yoursel! 
Style urBenity ane durabil i bedr mbier . 
are trenelated ty] al et. 


}-bedrm home ter nai ; us sner «& ; 
, rm 
‘be 


trance. iit rm 
00d old-fashioned 
h lots he Pretty 
Ariineton neiehborhood 


Hold your Rat! Onis 


electric water heater, sink, 


refrierrator 


Price’ 


“HOLLEY REALTY 


5800 Lee Hwy KE. 8.5350 
2 ACRES 
STABLE FOR RIDING HORSES 
HOME Wi i7e CHARM 
, Ain 


: ’ o 
buy for 


2 #85 "REY 
$125 PER ACRE 


* Weighing Values? 


~ 7 


“OUR BEST 


for 76 moneys wor' 


Looking 
Then tak * his mase 


FLORIDA—N: ce oer 
NON. Gl s) > mont y Pe der PRES 
rpor Del 


he 


wee ; ry ; 
a 4 


de 


> 6 "e 
+ ‘ epted | 


I 7 


A 
FOR SALE—100 acres. mostly tim- 
; c lles 
Winchester Va.. 
running 22 
x 


kitchen completely furnished with 


strategica, 
r miles tr 


Ot ‘¢ 
eres. ad 
$950 DOWN 1 &.¢ “ARRERO Res or 
218 Biscayne ‘6764 Miam 
$245 


Wal 


REAL SSTATE WANTED 


LOTS FOR SALE 73 


ARYLAND 
ACCOKERR—Lovely 4-ecre home. 
~ yy overlooking jake. bas §07-Th, 
well ready to | your seimmi 

. ue se ote cleare s7 
P PPER oker. PA. 232-5141 
ACCOREER = Restricted and con- 
omesites of autifal 
in Apple Valley. 15 min 
m $3000 Jay A. Sup- 
PA 2 


$141 
BETAESDA—Nice 
ne 


FARMS, LAND, SALE 70 
<< 
25 clear. 


4 acre tobac - 


ACRES. 
frame house 


co allotmen 3-rm 
tobacco Ren 
idea! chi sen farm 


itt 


~ exclusive 
sew 


ot in 

Lilities,. street 

er . 

‘ plvess MANOR 
arr aw 


—_ 


x = a. 
> over 
gn jer it uP 

ont Boh whace OF Ry 

a 


980x150 ft 


. EM 3 
idurea- tienen 


“O° 
avai ilabie proper. 
late ? eDpDe, 


ING 
REALTORS  GATHFRSBURG 29° 
VIRGINIA 

SOUTHERN COLONIAL 

40 BEAUTIF\ ACRES 

IDEAL, FOR SERCUTIVS 
airfax. Va only h 

feat > 


> 


iy ‘ heact 00< 
1, Che. §-0027, 
ar "Creat Fail '§ 
_ aah, 


7 4 
Ane Ban ‘ROFT 
.om 7 Acres ie 


sare * 


69 


Picturesque Ist TIME "retreat, jnexpensive. ¢ 


tage 
..7 


28 


wi LL BUY PROPERTY 


MR Me i fr. 
a 


Witt “St BORDI NATE. 
. n LAK® 
- BA ding. Ex- 


‘ir 
7 


subor 


Larchmont Inc 


' 


‘ 
OVER 


, Realty, 
HV 


FARMS, LAND, SALE 


70 


‘ 


> 2400, 


$950 DOWN 


NON G! 


weeket 


. ‘ 
MARYLAND 


OREEN PAR FARM 

HOWARD COUNTY 
ACRE GRASEBLAND 
ee ' lice - 


4 Bedrms.. : 
2 Baths 


$250 DOWN 


hee or 


TGOMERY 


ROWIN 
ATTE? 


N. Arlington 


Were 


m RE TE} 


hFomes Rea ty 
Res 


POMPON!O 
PRESENTS 


YOU 


Better 
HOWARD 


JERR 


. 


SRAY Gj 


; ' . 
Joseph W. Seay Compan ALL WITHIN 
WwW. Br ; i Pailis 
o ’ 


IT’S DIF PrEREN! 


. : ST‘ 5 
TRAMO LD) 


¥ 
‘a 
re 


7 


nee 


\ 
\ 


ra an! 


CHATEL 
7 

After 

© 08 


CATTLE—DAIRY 
: mca 9 
Parker, 


NA | DDLEB SURG 
47 Acres 


>. 
NR 
, , 
Woodlawn 
ie 
o er's 
, ar 
dining reon iving 
; a De 
FARM 
Airy 


200- a RE DAIRY 
Phone : 
John J. Pr 


. yr 


M 


FREDE 


Approx! 


a RICK CO 
an notes | ae Pree 
SHARP & SON 

s va Teie M sdieourg 


CASE RAMBLER 
VA APPRAISAL 
I ‘ 


Contineed on next column 


FARMS, LAND, SALE 


TROUT pote Free! 


rARM 


454 
CO 


,a wt Aart 


$40.000 
Estate Br 
hid 


sa 
whe 


“COLORED 


ee ac 


7 
sawn 


Real' 
Mu 

_ 

MO 


Semith 

wwer P 

‘ Mana 
DN so 
acres . 


Rr 
sive 
,e3 


4d WANTED 
TO a =e 


ee at 
MARYLAND 
ntgomery County 
SUBDIVISION 
~— ) 5 


~S 


As 
. 


Rov F am ¢ 
Nardson ox Ma 
P's 
nr. 
he 


* 
" AC 

. 
he : _ <TR ARG 


BEAUTIFUI 
acres do 


. rwis 

' HOMPESITES 
STOCK FARM 

S os - ; : 


VERNON VIEW 

a 
. Or 
PA 


i. ‘GEORGES 


. 2 
41 
le 


co 


25 MILES 
OF WASHI NGTON 


7 
r 


ra ha 
LINUSE 
4 ’ 


WEST VIRGINIA 


REALTO 


4c RPA LAND j 
as 3.00 


‘ 


WATERFRONT, SALE 75A 
M 


DEALE BEACH 


FARMS. LAND. WANTED 72 


BARN WANTED 


Or Similar Cons tructi on 
Por . ceme 
’ ba 
Am 


re“ 


+ 


beaut 


in . 


7.500 ae 


.Tiy 


cer 


WANT FARM—Re 
LOTS FOR SALE 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
OVER 55.000 -« 


70 FARMS. LAND. SALE 70 WOWMINI CREEK 


¥ 
4 


HOT 


Ziggety 
Weekend Specials 


Parker, 


rv ry & 
‘ 


Pomponio 
JA. 7-6660 


ASSUME GI LOAN 


2 ACRE, $75 MO 


DAIR 
BE 
NVEST 


t Nave what 


ce modern. ran C. H: HILLEG 
a TEE 
Bob Riner 


NOT A CRACKERBOX a 
. ek. ~ ad | r 


HUNTING A FARM? 


We have available 


BR 
EIS 


4 
> 


NORTH CAROLINA 
r Nae ra 


e Washington 


Y FARMS—98 to 
EF CATTLE FARMS 
NT ESTATES 


. 
$4 
ae 


PATUAENT 


CE B&B. DERRICK 


T COMPANY, 


PONDER COVE 


2 


. 
. 
a ¢ 
6 


LOTS FOR SALE 
VIRGINIA 


Real Estate Sales 


Nig ‘ 
4-680 


Day or race 
. r : ‘* 
REA! y DU. §-74) 


ATTENTION 
NON G! BU" 


$500 DOWN 


ss PER MONTH 
. ain ' a pc 


at 
H 


LITTLE DOWN 


GOOD LOAN 


RSCHA 


ONIAL 


A 


EST COL 


BAKER 


LARGE FAMILY son Nis 


“adr isos SALE: OUT-OF-TOWN 


$16, 950 MARYLAND 


Dat 


FOR SALE 


Ir 
- 


AOE ©} oT. 
LAKE MDD ‘ aa. 
sNnth 


oe ¢ 
REEK 


2 ac 


Artax Realty, JE. 4-4900 
DESIGNED FOR LIVING 


CLOSE-IN ‘ES 


. 


: 
spa 


TO REACH 
anc «@ 
tn nme Me 


eh 


~ 


Bull Run Development Corp 


SPLIT LEVEL 


with Re ae 
- 


‘Loveti svi 


Tm 
: acres on 
a 


+ 


PHA Me G | 
Mannas Rity., JE. 2-31 10 


1, Box 3968. SRadighabure Va 


Prince William County. 


10 down and as 


3 


ROBERT B. YOU 
COLEMAN C. GORE, REAL ESTATE BROKER 


Phone Leesburg 


73 LOTS FOR SALE 


VIRGINIA 


POTOMAC RIVER. Maryiar 


BULL RUN MOUNTAIN S26 


Va 


-REAT 


RANDL CLIFT 
: ase 6 


Li i-R A 

; t 
Eves. WA. 5-814 

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WATERFRONT, SALE 75A) WATETORTT pe , 75A| DOGS, PETS, KENNELS mis eae SALE , ; serge sy Apa D123 


| | $e | a are ae ONTINES Pie AT ¢ ee AUTOMOBILES, SALE _—‘97 
ginia on : wer le BFL || FRAT pea | boa Tet 5 Systantes BoC Ey 382,000 
i ote a 2 soe | i | 4 o ro / ma) ! | NOTICE TO READERS | | Bone ‘Yor ‘tds Soorovel Many Dai ly 


Saar cars 


be. aS mi. beyond Prince rela, rabbits. euail - almost 9 ¥Fs., AT THE ALL NEW | i} s A lati 
¢ Literature. —— * Aas LL Mt , oe | eon 51 FT.. 3-BEDROOM | | —bed_4- 4090 Circu ation 
gy Be | ivi 5 So SKYLINE | The Washington Post and Times Herald never 


gree < wel ose. 5 bed re room ‘ AKC: ndle. white mos . " . 
a P sha pee ee tially trained: male fe Completely furnished with pin ener: low mileage. fully equip 
; sane fireplace and mantic. dar.) 7 2: , : : i , : ‘ +80) 

. Sie ar. “furniahed—beds. bedding ry siibeibe syeie maies| piiances Pront pedreom and living [| knowingly publishes misleading, fraudulent, or IN citi ett set 10,2801 | 6 Washington Post end 

Accine Ghesadeake Bar and about) mattresses. couches | Akt ‘ten Acmieet S4i-W. | sling: Rnotty pine kitchen. gute Hop, Owner. TR 6-668. | Times Herald classified a@- 
. olis. But pots. pans. dishes, classes ; b ~ > . ff “ “ate ..% —? SS . ' 

livi -—"" Reatolater utensils. russ R. f : ee | o = b bait advertising. 

| Soo — | thermostetically controll Waik- 

th. Easy “it “Lees 


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means quicker sales results 


vertisers. To place your ed 


cnen mer ". ts mos 
combined gar hunting tor “quick housebroken, ni nice “525 ' Few pups Sy es © pee , } 
a >. barbecu of " nk . , , : A 
oy gee sic Hae Can Breanne ORL Ay SEIN Seth yap | DEIVERES. gyvyme OW ANA All advertisements are accepted for publication on eo orn >: | Phone 
hed Pric ; ’ : igh-spirite months old Ve. Vv 3. 0250 
1919 K St. YW. MA cho 3 : -§232. — CASH_OR TRA - 0 nace lic 7-] 4 
r room cabin. with hardwood. doors. roomed 401. » Shields Trailer Sales ) the premise that the product 'S properly described ‘ — "ss C nt ry convert... cont REpub ~ 23 
2 — - compre’ : +! - gi oo Ma _be 4-6355 . 1 mile &. Preseries,, ‘ , , : : TT — 1 ~ ¥ nd 1200 
Stra vecniise west "btitaa” fsh:| fost quae 1 cabie cruler sees SERRE ARC al, YE np disposi “b Bat. sod Sun, 1 vibe in the advertisement, is available at the advertised trate owner {5 d-Ade AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97 
petes La poten PUPS ie iE A FR. H, 2 ' . “31 8 per Rivier cyt | 
mond. © Can “med eas, eck api ss: 264- or contest JO. Done- address, and will be willingly sold to the consumer eee 'r. end h.. 8059. 53 Rivier 50 CADILLAC 
AN yw OR R met pubes ARC # , Ss Trader Court. : nardsc iene + 10 : 4.DR SEDAN 
: : a) : ’ e Reas - : : ‘ sadmaester «s 5 po r a 
Va PP ea — 4013 re 900 term i. a " e 3198 sponte CRAS CRAFT—1985, fully eaulp at the price and conditions stated in the advertise- and brakes, dyns.. 5. a1 Lb 1799 oe ~ as 4 


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office }- 0201. ; : : 3S 8: eecial 2-d! 
mos d AKC res. Call after i railer. 15 ft . .. mos sad hp s198e $s - per Ri 


home vs : I - 
M, LX . A PUPPIES—ARC ree TRIN FR - trall pow er steering and bra dyna 
¥ JONES & ROBINS. INC Pairmont Penntie. Winchester, Va.| 2 bedrms.. kit. and i? living rm ment $22 HORNER 8 < OR- 
| Realtors re) a7 : -7760, Dea 


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YOUR REALTOR. orrens 615 Bast Franklin St crt av = : 7 vo — 
Richm Virginia sper t ; Rh : , ay yt 
roromac "RIVERFRONT. CHUAN A ieee ina he| jollet, shower 20x wo | If any reader ever encounters anything less than ry a % f and # remo 
Fe we + sleavil , pwey ; = 95 43th and K Sts. NW. ST. 39-6624 
Ma HE asad — ~ oo CY. 7-907 a faithful compliance with these conditions, we | is, of col. CADILLAC—1954 
n PU Age. Ot. $e T880 INCOMPARABLE AI séition a 
1 = res _ : ‘ ; : NOR 
COR PORE 5 appet would appreciate knowing it. nen “. ck Deal. 
° handso! fellow = SPARTAN 9 M aoe sy os J ir , 
EBON ARO 'g ‘aeBin eRe up. fed and whit male:| eet of AN MOBILE Advertisers who deliberately violate these stand- BtICK oe | 54 CADILLACS 


vigorous eaithy. veautil hi inv! ur ART Ws ~— | tone, r. tire 2 . : ‘pomer 327° weal 
tira Ss Bedrm. Pront & reat’ ::. gRes ards will not be permitted to use our advertising KIRK MOTOR CO. 4000 Ge av 
$4250 res. +f re ' 70% Pp nw. TA. 9-4800 . 55 


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$: 5 some u r 15 ! . : _ 9. 
Hyattsville. Md. W om -« OOo; r ADILLAC TT 
ler ed hy 


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" aiue; mice 4-r 90% $4é columns. equipped 


iy a 500 down yA  ™ eet Mente ‘tka ittie eprguties 10 wks.:| 55 : ei gS - "Out ad : . tn, an *.of.towners 
sorme esinieaaati . pec power ance Por credit approval 
COCK R Nie 7 : ¥ 5 ’ é é x 
$3995 rR But ae. Ch E-z880 AER ae Just call or write the Better Business Bureau, 507 Capitol Cadi lac. Olds Co BLASS & CLARK 
BRAND-NEW Cor Chin's pet OO. 6-408: 7 rea “y Cor N Capiigi ang ie. Ave 
pet "7 ll ‘ Ch ened Bul HY » oTeNs 
43 water : nt com pack iF AKC : ‘ ; ns pr rior appointment Perpetual Building, NAtional 8-2727, of which CApEASC— ol. conyertipie: . 
and ys . - eanieet —. si me JACK BLAIR b ; "ADILLA 198 se Deville. ADILLAC— 
bull. PA , Mobic Homes Comp this newspaper is an active supporter. teen: 5) 8), Ay F 
$6995 Si meting pe i: 


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BAYFRONT = parents 35 mi Bouth of Wa . C—"30 hardie 7 . 
; , a paper trained. Tel. PC WATCH FOR Gun GRAND El or, Cont, Rit. wm speck . 
na = ’ rest OPEN LN 9 ; ; i | ‘ : . | 55 Pontiac 


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+ $1 0.000 . : : 
hor ay tr lore . | mo NE —$—$—_—$—$_$_$—_ -- Ju. 5-8 
. me y "it het ~ o cr : " Bo * “THERE 4s A REASON | — . Ee a ; ~ capri omy 7 —~ -~+ wr lew édeen sarment i-dr 
SCHWARTZ p rage bias. & bath hou 'S—AKC. wormed | WHY MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING PERSONAL LOANS 90A TRUCKS, SALE AUTOMOBILES WANTED 96 32-8671. n |e Canaeatel Habs Stee, ead eras 
) a New and Used Modi © Licensed under Small Leen Cows CHEVROLET [55 | ator aN ay? 4 88 paid for ai a ry “ . . Peet 2 seGe Ru . ’ ' —- — 


B50 yn, 860 per o Champ. li: nt 
JOUR WATERFRONT SPECIAI N WA | ER colt ' : 7 Hom } ac’ us. nue ‘ pelt St y ' Eo c tts > . , 
« : . ' . “ - ‘ es Loans to em ployed women -Marr- - o - nd froster CW). & oF. . wer he es hener , $1695 
—___— ve ; IRK STATI WAG- n ditions eon 
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wormed : FROM land Cash Lea ion Be down. KI \ . we “vtieg Cans ym, 
t bed > cit. De n rm. ae otmea Trailer Co. | Bizet, oes 654, , 4000 G 4800 WOLFE MOTO! Fidor meine. $4395. Ct 
\ ° ; a ria Rgiee } Alexandria rare Ce MONEY? CHEVROLET , .-tom ff ” 199) WiISC ; Af) . ' - Coast- In Pontiac 
! - pups ARC d Sales & Service Center NEE A, 4-2909 | »B1 3 80. 8-738 , ne varst if really Capitol Cadi! as 1o7 Fis. Ave. NE 7200 
HOWARD E. "PALBERT and Loagstone lines. JO. 2- 3100 RICHMOND oa N eo eon ee is hike | Want. te sel ae fret tt ene W_ ST 3-2600 
a2. | Tie SMUD 045 cc: bik & tan.) 4 Miles South of » ‘meee 6-5800 7 9895. KIRK 2030 M st. ne. PE 35-2204 
DASCHL NDs ms aridale pup Alexandria : } 0. ave. o. © 
row cx mpion & + 
Mrs aad Mt: s £ 7 om ers wi On U S. Hi hway a 4 semnantonnn - ' 
ovine = hoc = 8- 1533 AUTO PARTS.SERVICE 91 Jeep pick- p eeerenas $3 ane >). WE WILL PAY ryTvVrvVTrvVVTwTeyryrYTeewefwTefeereTereee 


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pachsnt'sb. ae m, 3-8338 TeEnTT 86. 34-f ond. 2 cTston Tig, ma syed | | = aeaee the INEY BRANC TOP DOLLAR r~rTrrVrVrVewrererererererererereT 


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seAUriri WATERPR _ a : 4 " 
, hil s toy fou te ‘ pom- bedcrms 2 . \ ; : > . 
AE which pisiniy shows years WATERFRONT, RENT 750) eranians. tiny tors. persian and| §-6900, xt. $197, __ 286. “cal 203-8051, A = at kes Origin r “Mi k i Mf h tt " 
—q THQ ye SF eae ie rg Pereien Rilieny, Mist Mun SPARTAN — ‘Si. 33-f1 1 bedrm. | TRUCKS, SALE 93 “hn: lires: perfect throush-| FROM ‘49s to ‘56s axe mine mannatian 
f ervant , } or sor : / ; » Tae : in : Convert inett ut 
pote Bey ame | feel Va JE 2-149% .~ | trailer is like new ineic id o CHEVROLET — Peace “A ming guar- AKOMA EORD 4 . ’ 
Ideal family WA L ippies 5 Pp} Low n ment OF wil | pal ood trucks at lowest price Any make r mode ar iG 
or dr to } : Bay F ne sired: ARC regi ae CTav iL. . See Us a 8725 Piney Branch Rd. & & ation wagons elgn car ‘7 Nn ashington s Largest Dealer of 
SALES Desiers ima. | NICHOLSON cirev! oust 10 1000 i come to yo 


1 D Pups. a Te-| ri a Fiorence. 11625 Ba) Ba!t m re ave. Hyattevill A ae a7 . > la i ate cash settioment 
RONT COTTAGE maies and shot. AKC = : J Ate = 4 oP . ’ " FORD. = 56 Mus n fat once ' 
ER h : ' puppie anc ve SE) «°°. 81) Se cueVROLET—* *e-ton pickup ofier. #5 £6130, BILL ROSS 
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¥ “ | ~ 2 stOCce , {7 , 4 R nd co ae AUTOMOBILE LOANS oi +: Ou yi oye - ‘hieo, :. ‘on Di . iD 
" Va m ries 29-21) BR -8i1 CRTH_ LOANS PROCURED—On al needs brakes j LO 5 : 
om “er +a! A : ippi a I + ie Tad ha. - Us z ris _ Taxus FORD ua sTU wo ea r jumo truck , 6-3 | 4 | ri rs 
itn 4 d nev a cep 0 O. 2 “sa , a 

UNION AUTO CRED! §-1000 — a 11731 Sustetiney Rd.NE meérican Gg 
DALMATIAN “Pipoles. reasoned 1490 Fla. Ave NE LI 4-4884 Centin re en — column WHITE TRAC Tos — 5 19. 008 3 

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DALMATIAN alae PERSONAL LOANS 90A PERSONAL LOANS 90A 


ane 4-5302 —__—_———— = . : AUTOS cup truss : ————— 
Eenfock $-sas0. ie 98 BEVERLY BEACH. MD ~ pALMATIAN 5) ages a: Licenses ender Dmen Lees Lowe __ Tlsenss’ cote ESOk Sees Xeus clea ars. Must us $0 this werk as SALE cS 1956 MG-A 
? ; Wood - . . , oval pet all rm - 56081 G rete Zeohyr . ‘ 
“iad Beate cater Set terme ath. ne fern. garage Corn of ak © g0; 825 eac Le You can get Your Payments’ ca = FROCK AW ~ e used ‘Pediac, . rz vou xew AGEN : : = - . 39 198 
NORTH END SHORES -| Susz, Call Braiwell” 10" S-4%e me guidful opi OAS ; Go Now! $850.00 $48.33 |) See pur selections betore you buy.) “Sar & 2 Ronee wike "irae be B. 2,1 
SHORES "| anrtime EMcrisit Beiter Pa 9 eho ped Pay Later! $600.00 $34.44 | de rere aUeTON MEAL > "TS te a 

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WHITE SANDS ON THE Bitty Hawk tte, ton ick Pith Bet. s. trucks, all mode! 
PAPPAMANNOCK }) nant aid aad * , ENGLISH Rito G Ae. A | ‘ $350. 00 $20.34 A Re + 
a e RA 6-133 ¢ a oo Ce! he yer INTERNATIONAL H : cass : 
‘ ' — 9250.00 s1é. tell | Bladensbure rd Li 4% | 

Middlesex Ce uNnty, /a. = WURSy— so: rare oni rite ‘Tor’ Fob pets rises Veocehen thea . 3 SiR MEEL ES WATEb 36 Sales and Service for Austin-Healey, 4ustin 

Protected Beach CHESAPE ARE BAY——Private beach Pet stock "Fel: “POrest 7-036 yeor + a ton val a .3T. «” of England, MG, Sunbeam, Morris-Minor, 
- © “ + Y) mor " ry ; : : : G ’ ‘ 

seas a O00 Ll. is a yRENCH Ms 4 moe... choc: -. imps a? at be i rend-n Porsche, MG-Magnette, Hillman, Mercedes- 

4 nas ame Olate standar emailer nd : . est 7 ) i . “ election : 
COVE POINT BEACH. -. disposition sire. Cartl aan é } : ) , Benz, Willys. Overseas delivery arranged, 


Breakwater 


Growing Every Year 


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No Washing Problems Here od age, waterfront > 12.) Pillico breedin sho hor dis - at m i 
: a mi EM 2- trained. Tel pg: a 7.0288  Balt- a — © ale Pay Up To: 


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Unlike anything you've ever Monday: “Prida) | act Betas - ;, . speed gear box and other extras. 
' G AN shepherd bums, like Rin TO te ‘36 MODEL! ' & o H ~ 79 - 
seen before and the fullfili- | HERALD _ HARBOR. MD—1 vf Datiks-Heh oh po 24m "| VACATION LOANS on Just Your Own Signature ! 55-85 "gApblXe $200) Morris Minor, MG. MG-Magnet! 


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villment of your cherished) Jré eft on Hemlock Trpil. $135) GEO child's 4 ee $0- 2, eoreeswes 2300) ww an4 ipiner opular makes 
dreams moor $200 searon. AP _i-B6lh — Betis teartiey fore Sr STATE LOAN COMPANY | 3 Si $308) Srerseat “delivery arransed Most with RADIOS, HEATERS, Other EXTRAS! 


»: eee ts & months. Will net sacri- 


a yoy 3 ou $30 ee 
Toke Ya. State Route No. 631/ all mode aati had ig gg 4201 SERA HEAD BORD (eemeven OA) a e-ene | x Frade OPion pown ie ee | Up te 40 Miles Por Gallon of Gas 
tin eh deaeie Bets. Ne geen OLORGIA AVE. {Sliver Spring, Md.) JUniper 9-8600 BLASS & CLARK BRAND-NEW ‘51 Hillman _. $395 | Prefect $145 
Seaside Motel Astor beach| Pattee "Best ae ten SUGURUAY (Denstyn Ve) ian 3.3234 CA cH. SR Are i 1956 MG-A + wworlagrepy $495 | . — 
aETMANy DEACK. DEL-— Right on sila FUPPIES—ARC ahaa. || + Avove loans over $300 are made under Mé. Industrial Finance Lam ASH FOR CAR $2195 _— | Mire Minar osever | 55 Healey -- $2195 
and af resgoneple. ge . sire teas WH. 64905, Open till 8 P.M. Friday—CLOSED SATURDAY. pint, DENIS INC a Sarihe 1 ELIV! , . $495 5] Morris —- $495 
is EM. - — " REMIUM ’ 


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Tt RKE) POINT—N Mod. C nl - —— ~~ . t-deor sedan 

Btyle Ra _— House S bedr rms.. —- it , spat i- ’ - —— - — 4040 Wis. AVE. N Ww KE ~1522 on your a ris car. Hill $475 55 Nash $1 195 
ff, aw fu a rae _ 3-3 ~ HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAIO WimMGn ... Metrepoliten hard’ 
each. boat ¢ woe er. 9-9007. ; ' : y ~ i-deor sedan “ 

REHOBOTH BEACH. DEL.—Coj.| pits. $280 up. Albinos. ¥-tac | ; FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS ETAN AUT 4s | MG “T 895 
tase. M F niy June 15 6630 a. Saee aaa " HERSON’ os & Service, seporree © Nash $4 > New top; @ real per- 


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L. et a ne 6 109 Mus 10. R co s 4 4 - 3 Ho b ! ; A 2 - : 8th 2 0 NW DE 9. 4700 Aye 
potas: scMLNTIST CPPS, bi, — Fy Aes alle | OH. 1985 1086 Ce Branch: 1810 King st. Als COMPANY OFFICIAL CARS! 


) J ou ipiatul ne" 2 Packards, | ‘ . ‘8 
CLAUD REALTY CO >t vstertvont Por ‘Bal pies, AKC Selected breeding stud || MR —___——_ , pes, Packards, Lincolng. Chuvslecs. | Mairtar “Branch, Between Pails 
1900 WEST BROAD ST ARAL Vistar i is at rg kg 08s hit tsi ded to round out inventory | Spurr ane ee 1956 AUSTINS 1956 HILLMAN 
RICHMOND 20 VIR NILA v ‘ ‘ ; >, mn at / : , ” - ; a 4 , tne ! 228 meaiieie 1695 Mardtop Califor 1795 
7 UCED. 4 , Sybeie $100 poOBLES- a - Cc vel ms ' > oe Capital Cadi NNac- Olds Co . +. 8! ; TTSv tT . 1 tn Lew mileage $ i wh te welts ; 


romans — °F i oa re nh | i : of 0 } 
IN iBOARD ne JNAB 7 r /- - ert r. ben _ roun As rat . obs , 2 , rf ‘: ’ & J 1 hed Ts nd x eam *¢. ' r 5 . NTEE 
: ONLY $2" Ri ‘bt ; )) ms baths. ideal hen. POODLES — | stan Ke é; . a * rs CASH FOR CARS a —Md__aF. A __ NEW CAR TITLES AND GUARA 
‘ . . OC g . - — . dan 2-tone . =a na ; 


fon Park, Ma. GM. 2-4791 a4 ‘ AKE op FULLY EQUIPPED WITH EXTRAS 
Ach TOy PENNY MotBR Et 


142 MOTC rR —~y 
; TA 5-480¢ 
9400, ext. 2 7 , | ares “CLEAN ih BUICK —'$0 tae Largest Selection ... All Models 


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Te ea re ue ; . ¥ saying TOP DOLLAR = TAKOMA™ FOR ‘Db MG’S ‘795 
AT TERRITE e 7 id ake, Any Mode! na od mF 
hilt arses 1A CSFENANCE | 2o2 500°" eee es from 
’ J : PU uit ; TY 35 F 
CORPORATION #200 GA AVE. SILVER SPRING TD’s; ; TF 1250 ond 1900 Models 
; 6U 
} 3 ~ iG | ; ; MT. RAINIER , . . “4 nNiOSstT n yy v clean re recentiyv tr aded 
COTTAGES. for summer ren tal 3 di hapostts on male: Gacr 3510 Rhode Islond Avenve”* Tel, APpleton 7-2800 as gee ation. wagon py 4th ii DI. 7-3993 in of , 7 A's Saw urchased at low 
' moe ted | PRISE "ell ee -5028 AUTO SA iS. 4920 R | Super 4-dr. hardtor hank sr — — : 
Phone Pris nce Prederick 308 joa tin ‘bea a ai lewes | Re Pay cia eh <P aa GRU MPY 3317 Rhode island Avenve**..... . Tel. HObert 2-502 ae 
$2500 WILL BUY u An. cottas wk. 8. Eric HAMPE —~ 4a HYATTSVILLE i . 
ed area UN 72-8236 a isis" Pollow Ki, 314. look for| siyine, Seren, vaste, $303 Baltimore Avenve*..........Tel. UNion 4-8200 sdillses Wanted | Pai, te PR-PLY MOUTH 
- 29 rr 4 x tor , 7 \ S77 an Pyrat 
Siw" Wirkurtos? AoME j P_ie8*. rom D. > Heian rr ft re mos (Ment te The Het Shoppe) PENNY MOTORS Wi - | AVE ED ; ” gs $s WN Benk Finencing' Ne 
oy , 50 Wk Ane UF fo ‘Tes tee cottages sebroker SULVER SPRING 1620 BR I vA ? Ni ' s-2200 fi CK. "y a - ‘ dO Smell Loons Needed! 


o \N or Sel by- on - ADORABLE re whit oy he , . 7.6900 dar : ppe d 
Fir Bay sivas ea. yy "ish - od or an Ate ae pwr "Tal ee 9-3566 Cars  .. to (*s NTED Bags peor ~an Many one-owner cars, just treded in om our imported cers! 
: 8513 Georgie Avenue .* pe . Am -. &-—_* " Og nn a. Priced far below morket price! At Menhotton Auto 


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| 9 REALTY CO. RA. 6-2200, a inal y cats and ——+———— COLLEGE PARK cars, DONALD MOTORS. 145 Por: 
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Warsay. Virginia ; ' ‘ih th cant spot . da ave ne ME 8-3: transferred. $3500 or best = 
comet -| _ On Wicomico River S sant, bam 3939 4503 Knox Rood ++ 00 Rel, Union 40056 2 is antag *| Call CO. 6-1606 | Ap Pontiac __ $495 | ‘55 Ford V-8 $1895 
ni. « i ; 7) er “ of Shoppe erie 
PORT . bedrms ‘bat r rREE- a a” a armmaierntvontis . WI] aa p ) ?-tone, brdra Convertible Suniiner 
; ”@ ase nanan , ; ’ female L yi operated on LEXINGTON PARK AY : 457 ~—— : raéie, heater T dot = extras 
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* ~ . , wy i . suse tra ned ‘ot ey LO Q aha. 
NJ 7 ca »® a . } . 150 N. 3 Netched Rood” .. «lel. Greet Mills 3671 bee s! 1 ar . xce) P 
SUNLIGH VACATION PLACES 75¢ HORSES. LIVESTOCK FALLS CHURCH, VA. TOP DOLLAR si0 down ‘KIRK’ MOTO! Chevrolet, _ $495 59 Plymouth * we 


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mete REHOBOTH BEACH. DEL.—Moder A | RNS, CORE pee tee Ebisu! 128 West Brood St. (Up to $600.). Tel. JEferson 2-4643 ANDY ADAMS : rates Piymouth $495 tires: 9.000 miles; $17 


Take sever Pea of our preseaso: . 3 -6004 *fermer!y Generel Accoptenae Carp. **farmerly Consumers Credit Service, ime. anes 

-_ | : POULTRY and coer 768 a “9. Georgia Ave, WW Mg +g Reet, saat. CoGEe) Ose Ford V-8 189 
MARTON iM, An ry ar Cape Cod OCHS oF . Ff ‘ wo. TU. 2-3515 +4 - eh oe Fey Mercury $495 , $ 
r Buzzard a’ ‘omfortab) 1. | BA 4 . ror wien we) , ain 4 Rod 4 ne | t-door: Mere emetic ar 
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AD. 232-1105 EE Riagel lyn perforn , 
SAG" 5 aa. | ocean side cot- FARM AND GARDEN $2 é | | > LING YOUR ‘CAR? pee io*4- "© Pontiac 9299 
: tne py BULIDOZERS AND LOADERS. fo: Cal! us before -u rade or eh BUNCE er hat 3-tone Ford Vv. g "$795 
- - f SNe Ceering. | ERS OL \ ILLAC "CO $0. PINEY BRANCH aera dr sodes eaulpped 


' > > Branci « n " oN as 
which bec omes Md ‘ a room iake coti Ph: aie IN . 33 : tr { SHOP CENTER 895 dow 
t , ' Annet left nver pat REMOVING and pping ALEX I f | 
ht te r ure hes Bo 2 -| pruning $5 wp Iso n ALE 2 OV ‘ 


-».MAY BE A SENSIBLE SOLUTION °°'45's—505— 51's SUIS Bien Re ae FAIRFAX. VA.. BRANCH 
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| > dern converiences imming: lot 4 For paying bills, medical expenses or many est offer. Wi 8a 
’ cer! ; : 50 . r = ¢ ‘ . - ’ - . ~ e'ween otis Ch ch and eirten 
tu TTLE ASSOCIATES bY TiO Re OPO} at aoe eo other money problems. Apply for any amount ~ ry Fe > i for any Ole” 24 000 Hy a eo he et hers bey ~ JE 4-3302 
. : WATERFRONT, SALE 153A , 5. Selive od. D ; r ] up to $1000 for any aA . th 7 - , . ’ AG ; 
Coot oll for sale. 84 rd good purpose. The , 8 * SERVICEMEN All Model MG's oone--e0--JTOM $795 


Berke eight” principal requirement er | 
SAUNDERS PO| NT OPEOTL " r sale in . ty lots for a loan at HF\ "CARR ‘BISCOUNT san dection en beg te he ‘52 Hillman $445 ‘54 MG os ae $1695 


James Par- your ability to cones 145 BENNING RI and officers { nusealiy fae cond 


CH CLUB aoe instalments OS OR GN flew: * ape ‘53 Pontice _.$995 | 51 Nash ___-$395 
Call t-@eer sedan 
BEA Rn FARM MACHINERY” instalments. Vf | f F | JET MOTOR SALES t-@ 4 Rambler ste. wagon 


?725 Nickels Ave 


TRACTOR Con = aise | 
‘The Cape Cod of the Chesapeake’ sible. 28 a ALL DRESSED u? } | ce ARS 30.0336 
A planned community with al! the distinction and charm MACHINE an | 
of van Eng anc s tamed he Cod NEES ASTONAD | See bulidoeer | NO CASH ALEXANDRIA, VA.. BRANCH 
3-bedrm. 2-bath house. Redwood siding, Carport 90x 100 Frepe as. )-00): Sie EES To GO? y WANTED : , 1810 King St, An King 8-5525 
ft. lot beaut. landscaped; $14,950 CONSTR. EQUIPMENT 84 There’s an HFC office BILL ROSS ‘53 MG TO" $1195 ‘50 Austin $245 
seelient condition; i-deoer sedan. 


many extr 


A former estate situated on unique SAUNDERS POINT ym - Equipment for Sale | | | “a | . 
today? 6-314] 49 Ford ___ $225 | ‘52, Willys -..$385 


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a i i Mi i Mi hi hi hi hi hi Mi he i hi i hi hi hi he he i he he he he hh he he he he kh i i i i POPPI DDD DP PP PAP PPP PPP PEAR PEPPPP DADS 


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bininge the beauty of MARYLAND'S HISTORIC wooded country- | 
slimit ° » * ™ d VIN UTFIT IN- 
side with an unlimited horizon over ¢ main CHESAPEAKE Say Concha. PA G, CAVATING 


BATHING SAILING, PISHING AND DUCK HUNTING. BEAU- | BIN . Aw 7h Forder sedan 
cH. AND ROAD MACHOERY ."ASE-| LIFE INSURANCE ON ALL HFC Hl Pat surg Rd.NE.| BRAND-NEW 
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bile 26 Miles From Washington 
ET PEN si Nao. High! Ari, | ane MOTORS 
FIFTH SECTION OF LARGE HOMESITES NOW O | ya. 23-2240 ma.| / | 9236 Wi. NW o bio As Low As We Finance at Bank Rates 


Seventh Year of Sound fevcK MOverED RACK Hor 
Conservative Development | . co os “un FLOR 4 on er lap . | WILL PAY Hi 7 D 
Large Homesites, Some Wooded, Some Cleared 5-002 5 | Cagh Weve for or NTIAC™ 395 own ne 
VIATION suIT MT. RAINIER | s 
A AC cellent conéi- PHONE: PHONE. UNion 4-6740 _ 
ALE, SHOPPING NEEDS. CLONE BY. YEAR-ROUND ORA- | "Yi. pied fs eye ong Lager, jeTESbs pera “In the H 7th and R S N.W. 
CIOUS LIVING | Great lis 3111, ext, 888. B Ww use Wane tre 1 ein BUYING! ! ! ! , B T rey t - Ne. 7. treets 
D 4 st 1° ut B i réd. turn PHONE: OL v : 
ey gg Ane go ona pee Mn i) Sounders Point MOTORCYCLES, ETC. 86 SILVER SPRING PHONE: JAckson 56-6474 Mighes), gy # poss “tugete of ethesda Established 1914 Goce 6 am 0 6 pm 


ee ee : | shield. a5 og 4 me PHONE: E JUniper $4200 ALEXANDRIA if oos * McNeil Pontiac ry OO TOES VIO rT Tyee 
BARSE STONEBRAKER = anda frome. excell ent ro14 Gonz Ave, Ground, Poe or ins Ses iales 9.2918 "EMERSON . ORME eel ceetn han . 4 D> 4 4 bp bp bp bn bp bp bp bn bp bn be bn bel 


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Owner and Developer a he ~ 1578, Bort In the Clarendon ond Alexandria offices mans are limited to $600. I nierest charges . (BU 


BUILDING AND FINANCING SERVICE AVAILABLE °'peliview Naval are 24% monthly on balances to $300 amd 1\4% monthly on omy remainder : ith + M — AW. OL. 4-8000 
cm | 


1835 K ST. N.W. . NA. 8-4483 - _ | | 616 Bhede island Ave. 
i condition, LU. 4-1878. | 


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Contin ued on Followine Pasa 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


ae 14 Sunday, June 10, 1956 


CADILLAC..1955 “62 con vertibie 
coupe Lignt bd) ue. white top, pow- 


Fel the 1g —s 


Cadillac. Olds Co. 


1222 224 St. NW. ST. 3-2600 


a ‘at t3508." 
Seales Cadillac-Olds 


ao ey SHOPPI no. CENTER 
Bethesd Mad 6-7 
SATURDAY 


ADILLAC 


Sanuerracs 
Pretty 


Steering 


A real Seaute 
or terms. As low as 
r come in for diet 


he Auto enter 


‘Our Northwest Locati 
8 Nw. 


apitol Cadillac-Olds Co. 
1222 224 St. NW T. 32600 
Closed Sunday 
cH HEVROLET 
noe more te -* - ear 
car trom «6 table 
Visit our display cane com.- 


Dar 
Sheep C Chase Chevrolet 


77 Wisconsin Ave OL 4-6100 


Beat This Deal! 


Ne Small Leah Necessary 


Ne Dewn Payment Necessary 


6° Interest 


ie 2 6UJeb ond 
Applications 
taken by phone 


WEEKEND 
SPECIALS 


‘S2 Buick 


Sedan Fully 
cleding pewer 
real beauty’ 


$50 per month 
‘ST Ford 


t.dr. Fully eeulpped 
ulate 


$32 per month 


eanipped. 
sterring 


Immac- 


Many ethers te cheese from 


Servicemen of Top 
3 grades and 
offers eligible 


Burrell Motors 


Ziti Benning Rd. NE. 
Li. 4-4559 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE 
CHEY.—56 Bel Air 4-door 
(Ow mileage Owner 
CHEV — $i conv 

coupe 


.) conv 


95. cash. wade 
act MOTO 


sedan: 9500 mi 
tional signals 
, 


c : 

door 

with contrasting seat covers 

er Giid *. radio and heater 

wall tires tinted glass and ot 
accessories an exceptional car at 
an a price: special to- 
Gav 

FRANK “SMALL JR., INC 
uv -2647 
{ 2 . a 

A power steering 

$300 mi. Orie owner 

fers considered DE. 2-2014 


4 Chev... 
BEL AIR—2-DR. 
$695 Full Price 


1-TONE BLUE AND I ra 
ve RARE seep TR aN Rhiast 
nA ve Soa 


PAIMEN With Boks CRFN'T 


THE AUTO CENTER 


ur Northeast Location) 

” is -4600 
-d00 riginal 
an i - 


Anish. Cle 
5 
TAKOMA FORD 
8725 Piney Breach rnd. 8.6. Mad 
dels. Huge 


asons able offer re 
‘ HECK WITH 
pH ee. ‘Chevrolet 


soe A! ison Bivd.. | 

cWeveourT— 1955 a . 
omEY- 
cay 
' pa 


c WEVIEOL 


nee 
bal 


file) = 
two-ton 
“TAKOMA FORD 
8725 Piney Bran h Re. 6.5 
iL 8-16 


FINAL 
CLEARANCE 


‘54 Mercury ... .$1495 


Menterery Hardtes. t-tene black 
bedy and cream tes. F H 
~+ogg a -* 

eutras 


‘53 Plymouth 


Cranbreek 
biwe and ere 
K 4 h 


Exceptionaltiy clean 


$795 


t.-tene 


threugheut 


’ 

53 Chevrolet 

De Lease “t10 4-dr 
bine end ivery. Heater 
ciide Excellent 
threetheut. Lew mileage 


owner 

' 

50 Olds $345 
Puteramatic *t-dr. “76”. BR. @ 
H Hydra bieck with «.-* 
tires. A veal beauty. New eee 


‘52 Chevrolet ($595 


Styvicline De Laxe Spert Coupe 
Licht biee finteh atutomatic 
trans.. beater and ether extras 
Very clean throeugheut 


LOGAN (Ford) 
3540 14th St. N.W. 
TY. 2-4100 


Limited Supply! 


specidl 


clearance 


McCoy! 
Saving Event! 
dollars! New 


JERMAN Brothers 


1956 
CHRYSLER 
PLYMOUTH 
Company 
Official Cars 


A Jerman Bros. Sale is the REAL 
An Honest-To-Goodness 

Save HUNDREDS of 
Car Guarantee! 
Bros. Famous Follow-up Service! 


JERMAN Brothers 


Chrysler-Plymouth Direct Factory Dealer 
3901 Rhode Island Ave., Brentwood, Md. 


Open Weekdays, 8 A.M. — 9 P.M. 


Money 


Jerman 


e 6. 0.9.6.6.6.6.4.2.4.4.4 4.2.2.4.22.4.1 


MEA NO 


ined 


SUNDAY ONLY 


Repossessed 


Finance 
Company 


‘54 Merc. 
Monterey 


Hardtop, Mercomatic, 8”, Sold as is. Car No. 1986 
A great value 


$875 Total 


‘45 Down 
On Approved Credit 


Take Over Payments 
ATTENTION: 


Financing arranged for Military Personnel 


For credit approval call 


LI. 6-3141 
BILL ROSS 


1731 Bladensburg Rd. N.E. 


Open Daily 9 ‘til 9 
kkkkkkkkk kkk kkk 


SPD II IR TAI DA III IAAI AIDA AIA IA AAAI IAA SAA SIS AACS AAS A 


j 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97 
fur ate te | 755 CHEVROLE 


or your varagiees 
written_« Ar*e 


‘ Te * oh Rt 7-1308. 


Cmyee 


| Whe 


: 
’ 
, 


SUNDAY ONLY 


tle u 
Beautiful green “nish, extra clean. 
ass 6m runs perfect A-1 
Fhece ca r with your own mechanic 


goles fahed. 


12} 


r 
tone Re lon exceptionally — 


Wises Botety tes tented CONVERTIBLE 
a $145 DOWN 


BAUTIFUL BLUE AND ryoRy 


—- 53° 2-dr. Good con- 
_FOLLIN PACKARD 
PULL PR 
= oe QUICK CREDIT AP- 
$200. DE. 2-7886 : one ‘She _— ieee it 2 
Chey 
yin 


fate iprrashext, 


8725 Piney Branch Rd. 
JV. 8-1000 


owner, 
6-4600 
ne de Tu xe 


immacu- 


FORD 


S86. Ma 


—Ss. 4dr 2- tone. 
+F than 2000 miles 


‘53 CHEV. 
4-DR. SEDAN 
$450 Full Price 


rr FINISH: HEATER, 
45 BIS Pattie afi 
GO0D 


CREDI 


THE AUTO CENTER 


‘Our orth west Location) 
oN Ww Si. 35-6624 


‘54 CHEV. 
$375 Total 


SUNDAY ONLY 


NO CASH NEEDED 
Subject to credit approval 


Take over pe monthiy payments 


/ ® finish, 2-@r sedan. An at 
car sold ae is Stock 
: 102 (litery personnel finar 


$435 Totat 


ON APPROVED CREDIT 


or credit approval)! cai) 


BILL ROSS » 


| TU. 2-4200 


7400 Georgia Ave. NW. 


NO CASH NEEDED 


Pay ped A bereeta 
; bere 


ae cemen i reaks 
ne «down parmen' re 


euired. For credit approval) call 


CARR DISCOUNT 


LU. 1-1236 


3345 BENNING RD. NE. 


~HEVROLET 
Li 


Glebe Rad 
~ Pr) YQ 


° 


Hydra. 


$1195 
_Coast-I n Pontiac 


MA 


Tep graders 
) a with 


Monterey hard top, fully 


with good credit. 
for credit approval. 


Out-of-Towners Financed. 


Andy Kelly 


LER-PLYMOUTH 
} One TON DRAT 


FR 
sty bi CONSIN ANE EM. 3-408 
RYs Yorker 


ig . ® — 

YY e " 40 Red and whit 
Oo including power 
lew Bonn Birment rakes, $2605 COC 


Rosenthal Chevrolet Capito! Cadillac ids ‘Co. 


and Columbia Pike 1222 224 s 


53 PONTIAC i Ci 
S : lee one 
CATALINA WHET! ity CHRYSLER PI YMoU" H 


-tene bles. eauipoed. B.A LAR‘ INGTON 
A deresir > 200 WiscONsLN AYE..* 
WRYSLE fin 


7 Fie. Ave. NE 6-7700 


We Have Them! 
PACKARDS 


From “Re te ‘SGe. All body 
styles. One-owner cars! 


COVINGTON MOTORS 


Apeplications taken by 
7301 Wis. Ave. (Beth.) 


Burrell Motors OL. 2-9200 


TiTtl Benning Rd. NE “The Gerace with @ 
Li, 4-4552 Poaastanad™ 


Servicemen 
Attention! 


and eficers 
ne deen par- 


MR. RAY, A 


COMPANY 
OFFICIAL 


HAS BEEN DRIVING THIS 


‘56 CADILLAC 
4 DOOR “62” 


$4395 ini 


PRICE 
finish Fully 


Servicemen 
Special 


1954 
MERC. 


equipped. Sold as is 


*-tone 
equipped inctedinge radie, heat- 
Hydrameatic. sewer steering 


PULL | brakes. senate and windew. w.- 
‘375 PRICE 7. tires. Driven 1700 miles. 
NO CASH NEEDED ATTENTION 


Military 
financed 
srades, 


green 


personnel, all srades 
Officers end first & 
ne @€e¢en payments 


Call now 


ititary Personnel and * Bank Financing 

® Ask About Our 3-Day Trial 

® Ask About Owr 100% 
30-day Neo Cost Labor and 
Material Guarantee. 


MILLER MOTOR CO. 


316 FLORIDA AVE. WE. 
Li. 4-2396 


Ne cars te dealers. 


129 K ST. WW, 


ME. 8-2674 


; 
: 
: 


| 


“HOW TO BUY A USED CAR” 


PRINTED FOR YOUR GUIDANCE 
READ IT—BE SAFE, NOT SORRY! 


1. Just like a person, a used car has a good or 
bad background. Check it. Who owned it? 
Where was it serviced? Why was it traded? 


All the reconditioning in the world will not 
make a fine used car out of one previously 
neglected. 


Never buy a used car without road testing it. 


Be assured it will pass all state inspection 
laws. 


Get a reputable quarantee. 
Buy from a reputable dealer. 


Don't waste money unnecessarily on ex- 
horbitant finance charges. Low down pay- 
ments are available, but low down payments 
mean high finance cost. 


8. Beware of used cars advertised “as is.” 


Cail, stop by or drop us a line and we will 
send a booklet, brilliantly nvritten., and 
unbiased. It was prepared by the BETTER 
BUSINESS BUREAU and explains in- detail 


“How to buy a used car wisely.” 


We feature COUNTRY CLUB USED CARS. 
These are cars traded from the finest homes in 
the Bethesda, Chevy Chase Country Club Area. 
The history of each car is available to you as 
a prospective purchaser. 


COUNTRY CLUB USED CARS cost no more 
than ary used cars. Visit our display and 
compare these cars with others you may have 
seen. 


you 


Home of Country Club Used Cars 


7725 WISCONSIN AVE. OL. 4-6100 
New in Our 17th Year 


oes SALE 


an io, 
JA. T- MT rh 


custom 4- orig. biack 
finish with xce! 
cond. Pull aries. "$144, 
I Co. 4000 


50 Coronet convertible; 
ovenes eray, ¥.-w. tire 
r nd excel. cond 
snsetal $395. cash or terme 
MOTOR CO. 4000 Ga. ave. aw 
TA. 99-4800 

E—i9 ~ Va Fadie, 
~~ overdrive, seat covers, © -# 
tires continental kit beautiful 


THE AUTO CENTER™ TS ARCADE “PONTIAC 


ab fare AD. 4- “$599 
4th st “iw, ; ™" 
50 convertibie. LO. 

~ go ond. $250. LO 
Bobat 54 Royal V-8 


jal miles. $12 ps bank financing 
KIRK Bato 4000 Oa. ave. 
station Wagon. 


IN 


c 
Clumbdia Pike Arlington 


eet &5-9223, 
55 Fairlane V va Sunt iner 
eautil . 


sy d 
a 6000 miles. Special 


PRANK’ SMALL JR. INC, 


> 


reasor pase At Gall JA 


‘from—same 
ra. Ove 9 
SUPE ita tic C aT ye" 


$199 TOTAL 
TRIO MOTORS 


TRKOMA FORD 
8725 Piney Bra 100s &s 


rye 5 


R.A 
NS TAROMA Pap D 


PRXNK SMALL JR. ) 


Good H »pe R< 


INC 
5 aan 


PRANKS TWh JR. INC. 
> Ave SE Lt ‘9 2827 
Convertibie Rai 


Perfect on 


ST AKOMA FORD 
75 Piney a an ? “ a a wa 


Servicemen 
Special 
1954 FORD 


2-Door Sedan “6”. 
Sold As Is. 


FULL 


$375 PRICE 


Ne Cash Needed 
With Good Credit 


CALL NOW FOR 
CREDIT APPROVAL 


ME. 8-2674 


Militery Persennel end 
= Ovt-of-Towners Financed 


Neo Cars Seld te Dealers. 


Andy Kelly 


129 K ST. LW. 


Get Their No. 1 Appraisal 


FROM 


ailiagten’s Lwi7 Dealer 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


ir riane = 8 
new: 8480 m mi. ; j 
tires, full safety extres: under 
bird moter. spotiess interior 


A sheen ‘K1kk MOTOR co. 


ne 


_ res 
blue and «rey 


ventshades 

dercoating. tiona) 

sans = k 2407 622 Juniper Ree 

all 

For aD” "53 ‘Customiling Tudor: 3-tone, 
. ¥ 


er: Week- 


4 door Reauti- 
fui 2 tone blue — A as tea ing 
seat covers. heater nal 
clean car that has had Sheen tiona 
care Warranteed 6 mo om. 


FRANK SMALL IJR., I IN 
roan e Boctore 


jow-m| leage beauty 


rouD— is “v- Pal rbank 


eq overdrive end ali 
soaturey 10.000 m r&nh 

owne leaving must se)! 
#1800 Financing if needed JE. 3- 


ro S 3 Viete orla vs unusually 
clean wy oe wer stee 
r ty h as seni speaker 
ivory and bive $14 5. 8195 down. 
KIRK. MOTOR CO. 4000 Ga. ave 
. A. 9-4800 
55. V-8. fully equip 
)-5308 


—e wacon Custom 
ve an low nlleace 
93406 $245 Total down pa yr: ent 


5O¥ LE MOTOR SALES 


RI Ave NE HO. 2-0008 


"hraeianaen 56 
800 miles: automatic transmission, 
at) steering Fe me tet 
HERSON’ 5—8th AND O 

DE. 2-478 
FORD—is54 Va 3.door. radio. heat 
cellent condition. $995 6145 
MOTOR | SALES 
an 
£250 or ‘Sos ofter 


miles Special today toes 
FRANK SMALL JR., 
200 Penns. Ave. SE. LU. 2-98237_ 


‘52 FORD 
REPOSSESSED 
$299. 50 TOTAL 


2 tone » ye finish. equip 
ittle bod work: $9.50 
take = da ance a 
ni er | per month Por 
provai 


BUCK "MOTORS 


2521 et Lo 8 RG RD 


" 5TFORD- 
REPOSSESSED 
awd 50 TOTAL 


SECURITY MOTORS 
4th and N. Y. Ave. NW. 
FORD 33 Victor: erie, ie <-cT pped 
“EOLLIN PACKARD 
College Park. Md. UN. 4-1 
"30 oe R 


r i-= 53 V. 5 wiedeoetl 
Wagon. | 


2 -4967 


SS mae 54 Country Sedan 
> x ‘e] . 


Wise. & Elliott 
unm. cal 7-1 

AENEY J— Si. Rall 

een. tip ‘op NA 8-56 


HILLMAN 
1956 HARDTOP 
CONVERT BLE 


54 : spe Jet sedan. HY- 
NCH Mo) 


2825 Wilson 
Bivd. 
JA. 2-9000 


Open Today, 11 ’til 5 


ANY CAR ! Exe 


PACKARD 4-DOOR 
OLDSMOBILE 2-DOOR 
LINCOLN 2-DOOR 
BUICK 4-DOOR 
OLDSMOBILE 2-DOOR 
CHRYSLER 4-DOOR 
PONTIAC CATALINA 
BUICK 4-DOOR 


DODGE 4-DOOR 


FORD CLUB COUPE “8” 
WILLYS AERO 2-DOOR 


CADILLAC 4-DOOR 


NASH CUSTCM 4-DOOR 


Menthty 
Parment 


$8.50 


CHEVROLET 2 OR 4-DOOR 


DE SOTO CLUB COUPE 


FORD “V8” 2-DOOR 
BUICK HARDTOP 
MERCURY 4-DOOR 
NASH 2 OR 4-DOOR 


‘'S2 MERCURY MONTEREY 2-DOOR 
69 Others—Open Daily 9°19 


heines Motor Co. 


-Goor ¥-8, 2- 
with duais, 
. Ge luxe steering. 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE" 


HUDSON—i900 Verv. goog cond. 
AAU DAYLE rage 


17 
‘wheels, 
249 


sports roadster Wire 


~-2249 


P| 
SAs om, $1398 


JACK PRY, LTD. 


- ee ree — 


uxe club coupe. Original bi 
Le i) 


b 
per month. Wolfe Mo 


ii. ave. aw. EM 
Premiere 
p 


at 84077 Call 
ERT AT CO. 54-6363 
Maytlower Motors, Inc. 


ala 1TON tI OL 


DEST 
I INCOLN ‘wine RY DEALER 
25 isth St. NW 


CINTOLN— = ¢-door Geort. Rad 
heat er. ww -% res. Hit 

ype high-com pression 
po 


—ie50 convert by 
h nd ransmiss 
and overdrive 


on approved cr 
DOYL MOTOR’ "SALES 
MERCURY i 2 ; | 


many extras 


54 MERC. 


MONTEREY 


$875 Total 


Repossessed 
Sunday Only 
$45 DOWN 


BILL ROSS 


LI. 6-314] 


1731 Bladensburg Rd. NE. 


: ba - 
uch “ALBERT 


§-4363 

Maytiower Motors 
WASHINGTON O 

LIN ol .N lich * my. 


MERCU ny 3 : 


DEST 
DEALER 


MOTOR c 
a TA &.4800 
Tr. eo! _. 
Exce! a 


le—"SA Bully eauip wit ba 
radio, tonnes vind ® 


53 ry 
is ANC H MOTORS 
rd 


"NASH. HEALY 


NASH HAMBLER 
H : \ow 
. ~ 5 4 s $0 
‘ 
ol Ds MOBILE - — 3534 
ia 


5 fir , Ba & 


we ny 0 dsmobile 
Wash se s Olde Olds i eae 
OLDS MOBILE 
Hy 


, , 
ia 20 Br 


ou psMonfi e 
y i 


"Pe yhanka “Bid: a le 
Wa: hi més Oldest Olds Dealer 
" 20) St NW DI 
OLDEMOBILE—| 

ike a 


* FOLLIN PACKARD 
Lege ’ 
PACKARD — 
ip appreciate; $65¢ 


56 4-47 RR at 
biack finist Like 


. TAKONA FORD 


$5 
RANCH MOroks 
rd id 


Cc 


snow tires 


and 
— ma, $550. 8O. 6-9389 


¥ b3s and 


hardt op 
rT 


HU on At = 


igive further notice 


'Youskevitch. 


Postlude 


Miss Alonso 
Enchanting 
In Ballet 


By Paul Hume 
One of the great privileges 
in being a critic is that of watch- 
ing someone like Alicia Alonso 
night after night 
By the time Miss Alonso has 
completed her appearances with 
the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo 
now at the Carter Barron Am- 
phitheater, I shall have come so 
utterly beneath her enchanting 
spell that the effect will, I hope, 
last forever 
Last night, thanks to a happy 
Switch in assignments, Miss 
lonso, forsaking her Swan 
Queen of the previous evening, 
turned into the most radiant of 
Snow Queens and Sugar Plum 
Fairies in the second and third 
acts of Nutcracker Here 
was beauty of motion and per- 
son that moved in the softness 
of the evening air like a vision, 
Alonso's attack, her attitude, 
her whole being radiate the 
loveliness of this role in a way 
that we have seen no one else 
approach 
Danilova was fabulous in it, 
perhaps in a more dominating 
way Alonso by irresistible 
magnetism, insinuates herself 
into your heart through the 
utter breathtaking rapture of 
her dancing. | do not remember 
maving seen Youskevitch before 
as the Prince. but his work in 
ine great pas de deux was 
memorabie at every point 
The ballet moved. with these 
two at its head. with grace and 
elegance. Yet we can hardly say 
ihe d versions of the third 
as precise as 
; ave heen 1 he 
look@d unrehear 
761 Slavin at their 
hiv successful. 
ehearsed. the 
sound so hot, 


orchestra did not 
but the probiems of amplifica- 
tion from the pit are not siight. 

The Biue Bird pas de deux 
preceding Nuteracker' was 
danced by Gertrude Tyven and 
Victor Moreno. It was not en- 
thralling, though Miss Tyven 
was nicely poised The eve- 
ning s “Scn rezade’ came so 
late that i ust join the list 
of the other fina ballets of 
shortiv be able to 
Tonight 
lonso and YouskKevitch in the 
“Don Quixote” pas de deux, 
Novak and Berew- 
Washington pre- 
Dame a ia Li- 


which I shall 


ska in tne 
miere of “La 
corne 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE 
PLYMOUTH — 46. 


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rt YMor TH. 


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PLYMOUTH 


PONTIAC 
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4 ST ' 
PONTIAC 
aie ar 
PONTIAC 

fe Pr . 
PONTIAI : 
Low mileage wher Lis t 
priced $995. 
PONTIAC 


s NW AT 4-8500 
. Nw ; 


ARCADE 
1497 Irvine 


a 4 
PONTIAC 
Hy 


1 PERMA TH 
¢ tar 
PONTIAC 
PONT iKe 


5a , 
MecyTy 
TA 


SY UDEBARER 


new | ‘ 
TA oly iA FORD 


8725 Piney « 
STUDEBAKER 
h A 


5 ; ; » 4 
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; 4 - 45 
STUDEBAKER Si Cha 


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The Ex-President Abroad 


Truman Finds West Europe Believes 
It at Last Can Work Out Peace Problems 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
Sunday,| June 10, 1956 


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By Harry S. Truman 


This is the sizth in @ series of articles from Europe by Former President Truman. 


PARIS—The atmosphere of in the hands of men as able|the people understood the need things none of us 


peace is strong in Western Eu-| 
repe. The leaders in Europe 


with whom I have talked so| Europe that will be stable and On this business of passing the hotel, we were 


far now have the feeling that 
they have the time that will be 
necessary to work out their 
own regional problems. A few, 
years ago many feared there 
would not be time. 

Chancellor Adenauer, of the| 
Federal Republic of Germany, 


: 


work out the problems of the is 


free community. I agree. The 
fact that a third world war has 


been avoided, despite a decade yearold | have ever known. 
is a very and he is all man 


good sign. The longer we can Keen as a B iar 


of terrible tension, 


go without plunging into war, 


the easier it ought to be for us| pi, mind is clear and as keen 
as a briar. It always has been 


There must be the diplomatic When you talk with him he 
frequently jolts you with a bit 


to keep out of it 


approach to our problems 
through the United Nations 
That organization is the hope 
for the salvation of the people 


uf the world. Everybody I have and vital 
climbs 70 steps up to his home 


Danger has not been elimi- each day 


talked to agrees with that. 


nated. of course. We must be 
like the Puritans of New Eng 
land in the early days. They 


went to church, but they kept course 
claim he 


their powder dry 
Preparation Advised 


We must be fully prepared for that. 


and be as patient and calm as 


we can be, and try to work out very able people around him. 
the difficulties on a peaceful The Germans always have pro-.were meeting to try to work) 2 
| ‘duced able 


basis 
._ I think we have got 
to do that 
We must realize that condi- 
tions change radically ail the 
time, and that we must be ready 


should be kept in mind 


emphasizes 


and honorable as the Chancel-\and wanted to meet it. 
lor, there will be a peace in Shy Toward Credit 


will endure. out credit for things, I get 
The Chancellor impressed kind of down in the mouth 
me as being one of the ablest when they try te pin a pair 
government leaders that of wings on me for doing 
have met, and | have met something that it was my duty 
nearly all of them in the past +. ao anyway. 
10 years. | But I shouldn't complain. ! 
I have not talked about his don’t know how any man 
more courte- 
I have found 
feeling towards the people o 
the United States. I am 
looking for it, and if I come 
across any such feeling, | will 
try to find out the cause—and 
the people in the U, 5. will 
hear from me about it. 


body that is amazing, and that 


He is the most vigorous 80- 


He does not look his age and 
find any hostility toward the 
United States—they look to us 
for leadership in the Free 
World—and | was able te as 
sure those with whom I talked 
that we would continue to 
maintain leadership, as we 
have in the past 
From the conversations |! 
have had with government 
lleaders im Italy, Austria and 
1 hope he lasts a long time. then in Germany, I am of the 
and I am sure he will opinion that they all were 
Chancellor Adenauer, Ofianxious for peace with free 
would be the last te’dom in Europe and want us in 
is an indispensable America to help them get it. 
man. He has too much faith It was my good fortune to ste 
in his own country and people some of the foreign ministers 
at their meeting in Venice 
We happened to have lunch 
at the same place where they 


which 
and 


penetrating humor 
how alert 
vigorous he is 
Physically, too, he is strong 
I am told that he 


And obviously he has some 


men at the top.’out a program for the inter- 
Sometimes they went in the change of goods and services 
wrong direction, but they have between their countries on a 
had the capable men to do the basis of economic benefit for 
work all Europe 


I could see that in the job Called “Cemmeon Market” 


and able to meet those changes. they have done to reconstruct 


So far, I think the changes Germany 


have been for the better, and 
there is now a more peacefu 


atmosphere than there was if destruction visited upon such 
cities as 
. per- furt during the war. Recovery, 
mitted people of Europe and particularly in Frankfurt, has ferences and study, of course./ By the time the train got under- 
their leaders to have hope [oF peer 


the years right after the war 
This atmosphere has 


better things. 


Chancellor told 


Adenauer 


happy he was that France and 
Germany finally had reached 


an agreement on the Saarland, a; ni-h 
which has been a point of fric 444 siong the railroad between John F. Uncles, chief of staff, Heuss took us to the home of 
tion between them for genera 4,510) and Bonn. a line that of the U. S. Army in Germany, Beethoven which was 


runs along the 


tions. He stressed that the Saar 
government also concurred in 
the agreement. 

This. Mr. Adenauer said, 
meant that the prospect of the 
invegration of a free Europe 
would be improved 

He said the key word in the 
effort to integrate Europe is, 
“patience.” He said we couldn't 
do everything today, or tomor- 
row, but that if we had the 
right attitude, and the right 
objectives in mind, we even- 
tually 
that would make Europe a true 
community in freedom. 

The Chancellor told me many 


ther things which I am not however, and talk about it. 


at liberty to disclose. 
Most Impressive Man 
He is a most impressive man, 


and to my mind one of the se- 45 the two things that permit-| 


went all over Frankfurt and it 
was almost 
me in his office in Bonn how now jt seems to have been 
almost completely rebuilt. Most 


t 
tion but far more evidence of| 
reconstruction. 


Recovery Amazing 


would reach a settlement os 
litical recovery. 
T 


They call it the “common 
market.” Eventually I think it 
will come. It will contribute 
both to peace and to a free 
Europe 

The trip hasn't been all con- 


In 1945 I visited 
Bavaria and other parts of Ger- 
many and saw the complete 


Munich and Frank 


Mrs. Truman and Mrs. Wood- 
ward have done some shopping 
iin Salzburg and Munich, the 
bills for which Mr. Woodward 
and | still are waiting. 

In Bonn there was a most 
surprise. Maj. Gen 


impressive. In 1945 |! 


totally destroyed 


wrecked buildings in 
have been restored.| pleasant 


f the 


industrialized came to join us at breakfast 
Rhine for a good long way,.at the home of Ambassador 


Johnny Uncles was a private 
jim my artillery battery in 
‘France in 1918. A call went 
lout through the 35th Division 
The impression I have had/for officers to recommend en- 


generally so far in my travels|listed men for a competitive and nobody was permitted to 
through Italy, Austria amd examination for entrance into play them. | was told that the 
Germany 
made wonderful economic re-|Johnny Uncles. He was one of not been repaired. 
covery from the war, as wellithe seven men from our divi- 


is that Europe has|West Point. | reconimended 


a fine psychological and po-'sion to win an appointment. 
| Thursday at breakfast was 


: 
Europeans think most the first time I had seen him 


about their economic recovery,|with the two stars of major 


general. 


In every capital and major} Off and on I had seen him 


‘city we visited the leaders and over the years as a shavetail/ was 
people gave credit to the Mar-lieutenant, a captain, major, President Heuss about this and 
shall Plan and to Point Four|colonel and brigadier 


I have to admit a feeling of 


lect few who will be described ted them to recover economic-| pride, here, for | am most fond 


by history as the great states ally. 
man of Western Europe during able to observe, it does seem to|who certainly has made good about it. 


me that these two projects havejin his chosen profession, 
[ am free to sketch some of been well worth-while 
his ideas and some of the things have some further remarks to 


he told me in a formal meeting make on that subject after I) 
at his office in the mcrning, have visited further and seen|that breakfast was that it was not include Haydn. 


the Prime Minister and Presi-| American, 
he dent 
recognized as Minister of Belgium 


the troubled post-war years. 


at lunch and then at dinner 

He assured me _ that 
wanted to be 
one of the best friends that the 
United States has. 


He already has done won. 


derful work for the Federal people I have talked with, and|coffee, but i. is a little too) was one of the greatest, but not 
I have talked with peoble of|stout for the old man. 


Republic. 


But he is most anxious for|all classes in the various coun-| | 
unification of Germany, tries we have visited, is that) proud of their cooking, though. amateur only 


I don’t thinkithey are exceedingly grateful|At the Four Seasons hotel in 
inito the United States for the/Munich we found out about, Mozart 
Europe, stable peace, as long Marshall Plan and for Point) that. We were having a sort Of most interesting to me. I found 


the 
and so am ! 
there can ever be peace 
as Germany is divided ) 
I understand that the politi-' 
eal boss of Russia told French 
leaders that they could keep, 
“their Germans,” and that the 
Russians would, “keep ours.” 
That will never work, and ! 
am sure that eventually there 
will be a unification of the Ger- 
man Republic, and that if it is 


Netherlands 


So far as 1 hive been/of this outstanding young man 


t will Praises U. 8. Breakfast 
Another notable thing about 


right down to the 
the Primeicoffee. European food is good, 
and Her\but American breakfasts are 
the better, particularly the coffee. 

‘Some of the people in our group) 
The attitude of nearly all the|are fond of Italian and French 


of France. 


Majesty, the Queen of 


Europeans are justifiably 


‘family dinner and gave our 
orders to the head waiter in 
our room. Each of us carefully 
told him what we wanted. 
When we arrived in the din- 
ing room, however, we found 
a special setup for a seven or 
eightcourse dinner. It con- 
sisted of things we not only 
had not ordered, Dut some 


Four. 

They are inclined to give too 
much credit to the former 
President for those two pro- 
grams, but I have been telling. 
them that the plans were a 
part of the foreign policy of 
the United States, which repre- 
sented the whole people and 
was only put into effect because 


1 do not think that I will 


here was evidence of destruc-' Conant. ) ) 


ever had 


heard of. 

The manager and owner of 
informed, 
is a very arbitrary man and 
treats his guests as he thinks) 
they ought to be treated, irre-| 
spective of what they would! 
like. It was a wonderful meal | 
that began with lobster and 
finished with hot, glazed straw- 
berries. The meat course was 
venison. A great meal it was, 
‘but too much for a fat man. 
Not that we are admitting that 


On Sightseeing 

In Munich we visited the 
palace of the old Grand Elec- 
tor of Bavaria, a magnificent, 
ornate building with great, 
colorful pictures painted on 
the walls and ceilings of the 
main halls and with a jong, 
tree-lined parkway ex.*nding 
out almost as far as the eye 
can see. 

As my recollection goes, the 
man who built it had ambi- 
tions to become emperor of! 
the Holy Roman Empire. He) 
didn’t quite make it, but he 
made enough to be able to 
afford to build his tremendous 
palace. | 
| After a few hours in Munich! 
on Wednesday we boarded a’ 
train for Bonn. The railway 
put a special sleeping car on 
the train for us and we snug- 
gied in for a good night's rest 
The rest was good while it 
lasted, but that was only until 
a.m. in Wurzburg. 
| There my secretary, Gene 
Bailey, awakened me and told 
ime a spring in the wunder- 
carriage of our car had broken,) 
jand we would have to get 
dressed and move to a second-' 
‘class sleeper. Everybody 
seemed in a reasonably good 
mood after only a couple of 
hours sleep and we finally got 
settled in the new car. But 
there was no more siecep for 
Mrs. Truman, Gene and me 


By Arthur Ellis. Staff Photographer 
A rchery Tournament Draws Good Shots 


Shown scoring their hits during a tourna. 
ment yesterday at the Rock Creek Park 
Archery Field, 16th and Kennedy sts. nw... 
are (kneeling) Margaret Hollendursky and 
(left toe right) Sherry Mulliken, Louise 


Russell Asks 
Billion More 


Slash in Aid 


Associated Press 

President Eisenhower's em- 
battled foreign aid bill ran into 
new trouble yesterday when 
Sen. Richard B. Russell (D<a.) 
called for “another billion-dol. 
lar” slash in the program 

The House chopped $1.1 bil- 
lion out of the $4.8-billion bill, 
despite efforts by Administra 
tion supporters in both par- 
ties to stem the tide. Final 
showdown votes are due in 
the House Monday. | 

Russell, chairman of the Sen 
ate Appropriations Committee 
which will pass on actual funds 
lo carry out the program later, 
said this is not enough | 

“It ought to be reduced an- 
other billion dollars,” he told a 
reporter 

Russell's Democratic  col- 
league from Georgia, -Chair- 
man Walter F. George of the 
Senate Foreign Relations Com. 
mittee, lined up with tthe Ad- 
ministration. 
| George said he personally 
favors restoring “about $500 
million of the House cut, with 


Stekes and Marilyn Zoeller. The contest 
was conducted by the National Archery 
Association and sponsors of the WTOP.TV 
show, “Rebin Hood.” 


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—— 


way it was 3 a.m. and the sun 
was lightins the sky. The three 
of us sat up the rest of the 
night fascinated by the beauty 
of the valleys of the Main and) 
the Rhine. 

In Bonn President Theodor Stal! Phote 
Metropolitan Nicolai (right), the No. 2 man in the Russian 
Orthedox Church, and Bishop Saak G. Ter-Ovannesyants, 
are shown yesterday during a press conference at the Col- 


lege of Preachers of the Washington Cathedral. 


Prelate Denies Prayer 
For Stalin Sainthood 


The head of a delegation of/unplasant things, if they might 
most of this to go to the Euro- ®USsian religious leaders visit have been said.” 
pean military aid.” He con- ing this country denied yester-| The Metropolitan did all the 
ceded this faces an uphill bat- day that he had prayed for the | talking, through an interpreter, 
tle in the Senate, saying: elevation of Stalin to the saint-\for the delegation. The group 
“There is some sentiment to »ood arrived in the United States a 
cut even deeper than the Metropolitan Nicolai, the No. week ago for a 10-day visit 
House did.” ) 2 man in the Russian Orthodox |They came to Washington Fri 
asked why the clocks were| The Administration asked| Church, also denied that he and | @4y night spent yesterday sight 
kept in repair but not the pi-|$760 million of new funds for his colleagues had collaborated S¢¢!mg and also had lunch at 
anos. Heuss saw the point and/European military aid, but the with the Soviet government. the Russian embassy. Today 
said he would do something House cut this back nearly; The prelate answered the|‘hey will attend church serv 
$360 million charges following a forma) |!¢es #nd visit the National Ga! 
At lunch later Heuss. Ade- Sen. H. Alexander Smith (R- press conference at the College lery of Art. 
nauer and I talked about great N. J.), ranking GOP member of of Preachers of the Washington 
German composers. I men-|the Senate Foreign Relations Cathedral 
tioned three or four. but did/Committee, is expected to lead The charges Metropolitan 
Adenauer | the Administration effort to re- Nicolal answered were made 
said with emphasis that Haydn|S*°re both military and eco-in a news release issued by 
t had/@omic funds in the Senate Archbishop Vitaly of the Dio- 
named | explained I had Another Administration sup- cesan Council of North Ameri-| 
omitted him because I was Porter, Sen. Leverett Salton- can and Canadian Dioceses of 
thinking more of piano com- stall (R-Mass.) described the the Russian Orthodox Greek 
posers. 1 agreed that Haydn House cut as “too deep.” Catholic Church 
George has asked the Senate “IT never prayed for Stalin.” 
Foreign Riations Committee to Metropolitan Nicolai said. “That 
begin closed-door voting on the he should be raised to the rank 
bill Wednesday of sainthood is comic It is 
Secretary of State John Fos-'stupid to even think of it... . 
ter Dulles carried the Adminis-'The church never thought he 
tration fight to the Midwest 


was a genius of mankind.” 
yesterday with a speech at! In 1949, Metropolitan Nicolai 
lowa State College in which'called Pope Pius an “agent of 
be declared “It is risky to seek! American imperialism” and an 
way for my arrival bargain counter prices” when “ardent enemy of the USSR.’ 
The people seemed exceed- dealing with the country’s Asked about this yesterday, 
ingly happy to meet the former peace and security. Metropolitan Nicolai said that 
Margaret Truman's father. The White House has sum-in a “periad of high tensions 
= moned Senate leaders of both| and misunderstandings one 
a OP UTTER, 1996, OT perry wpe parties to a foreign aid confer- side or another says unpleasant 
prohibited Distributed by King Features ence Monday afternoon, but things. We are now living 
Mr. Eisenhower will not be through a period where we al! 

to sit in as Originally 


much 
like that of Mozart in Salzburg 


Heuss Gets Advice | 


Unlike the Mozart home, 
however, the pianos that 
Beethoven had used were not 
in working order The key- 
boards were covered with glass 


strings were broken and had 


But they did have manu- 
script copies of Beethoven 
works and other mementos of 
the great composer. 

Also there were two clocks 
which were in the home when 
Beethoven lived there, Each 
running. I talked with 


Jewish War Veterans 
To Hear Commander 


Reuben Kaminsky of Hart 
ford, Conn., national command 
er of the Jewish War Veterans 
will be guest speaker at a lunch- 
eon in the Dupont Plaza Hote! 
at 2 p. m. today. The luncheon 
closes the annual convention of 
the District department's five 
JWYV posts, which opened with 
a series of business meetings 
last night. 


was greater than any 


the greatest and then explained 
my judgment was that of an 


The visits to the homes o 
and Beethoven were 
that my daughter, Margaret, 
had been there ahead of me in 


each place and had paved the Extracurricular 


DES MOINES, Iowa, June 9 
"—Two former Washington 
Irving Junior High School stu- 
dents paid a visit to their for- 
mer teacher on the last day of 
the schol year. Mrs. A. J. Daack, 
an eighth-grade teacher, report 
ed $200 was missing from her 


Area Quota $250,000 Judith Boucher Leads 
In Shift of Seminary 


By Kenneth Dole 
Stafl Reporter 


WESTMINSTER, Md., June 9 
The Baltimore Conference of 
the Methodist Church will be 
asked to raise $250,000 toward 
construction of the new build-| 
ings of Westminster Theological 
Seminary on the campus of 
American University. 

The seminary president, Rev 
Dr. Norman L. Trott, an- 
nounced this today at the an-| 
nual session of the Conference) 
at Western Maryland College. 

Dr. Trott said the other two. 
conferences in the Washington 
area of the Methodist church, 
the Peninsula and Central Penn- 
syivania conferences, would be 
asked to contribute $125,000 
each, The Baltimore Confer- 
ence includes the District of 
Columbia and central and west- 
ern Maryland 

Now located on the Western 
Maryland campus, the West-’ 
minster Seminary will move to 
American University, Washing-, 
ton, in September, 1958. A $3- 
million seminary plant is pro- 


; 
: 
' 


jected. With $500,000 in hand, 


an equal amount is needed to) 
start construction, Dr. Trott | 
said. | 
He told the conference dele- 
gates that Westminster Semin- 


‘their efforts for peace, he said 


Judith Boucher, 21, daughter 
‘of Mr. and Mrs. Kent 'D. —_ 
cher. 1002 South Mansion éar., 
ary graduates its largest class Since Sorina. wilt graduate 
in history this year—50—and with highest 
will enroll a freshman class of dic:inction. the 
60. ‘top scholastic 


A proposal for a White House onor in her 


class at Amer? 
conference on disarmament can University, 


was made at a luncheon meet-in commence- 

ing by the Rev. Dr. Charles F. ment exercises 

Boss, general secretary of the . 7pm to 

Board of World Peace of the,“*?- 

Methodist Church. Ry —— 
Praising President Eisen- 


hower and Harold Stassen for i as . Miss Boucher 


a “participating peoples com- cae jae cme a straight 
mission” initiated at a White) Davy A i 2426 Ken- 
House meeting could help. ton pl. se.. was valedictorian of 
his class at Catholic University 
‘Class Day ceremonies yester- 
For Virginia Session day in the University Theater. 


HARRISONBURG, Va.. June. OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVER- 


9 #—Virginia Methodists begin SITY will confer an honorary 
their annual conference here doctor of public service degree 
one amid a ee a on J. Bradshaw Mintener, as- 
that harmony will prevail and .. 
; ’ sistant secretary of the Depart- 
em ll be no tiff over searee® ment of Health, Education and 
. hool’s 112th 
Some 1200 ministers, church "°"™* os nos 
officials and lay leaders will at-/2DDNa\, commencement  exer- 
tend the four-day conference at i 
Madison College. They'll help) KUEKA COLLEGE, Kueka 
—_ rg aged ye in 2 ps pd ae BH - nag 9 an hon- 
ety o , and pursuil ur-\orary doctor ws degree on 
ing the coming year. iretized, Air Force Brig. Gen. 


’ 
: 


Harmony Indicated 


, 


able hope for real friendship I 


| planned. prefer now not to remember purse when the youths left. 


* ° 


American U. Honor List 


George W. Goddard of 3714 Le-| 
land st., Chevy Chase, at gradu- 
ation today. | 

The John Hay Whitney Foun- 
dation of New York has award- 


ed an Opportunity Fellowship 
to Ronald D, Palmer, 1906 Flor-| 
ida ave. nw., a graduate of How-) 


lard University, who will com-| 
plete studies at the Johns Hop-| 


kins University School of Ad- 
vanced International Studies. 

William H. Bartsch, son of 
Elsa N. Bartsch, 2627 39th st.| 
nw., a graduate of Washington 
and Lee University, has won a’ 
‘University of Oslo (Norway) 
summer school scholarship in 
jaddition to a Swedish govern-| 
ment grant to begin studies at 
the University of Stockholm in’ 
the fall. 

Robert H. Armaby, son of Dr 
and Mrs. Henry H. Armsby, 
3718 Appleton st. nw., has been 
awarded a five-year McMullen 
‘regional scholarship to study 
‘engineering physics at Corne!! 
University. He was graduated 
with honors Friday from San- 
ford Preparatory School, Hock. 
-essin, Del. 


* TUFTS COLLEGE has award. 
ed a one-year scholarship to 
Wayne R. Starr ’Jr., son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Wayne R. Starr, 10131 | 
Crestwood rd., Kensington, top 
student in his class at the’ 
Woodward Schoo! for Boys. 


Associated Press 


polis — 
Civilian and Navy firemen fight the flames neapolis airport yesterday. Six homes were 
eal Navy jet plane crashed near Min- _ @amaged. (Story on r 1.) 


Navy Jet Plane Hits Homes Near Minnea 


Dulles Urges 
“Insurance” 
For Peace 


| AMES, lowa, June § *—Sec 
retary of State John Foster 
Dulles today said Russia's rub 
‘ers are making “a gigantic ef- 
ifort to build up their military 
establishment.” 
| He cautioned the Américan 
jpeople against seeking to buy 
jsecurity for the United States 
at “bargain<counter prices.” 
| Dulles’ speech at the lowa 
State College commencement 
exercises, also contained an ap- 
peal obviously directed at Con- 
gress, which is now considering 
the foreign-aid appropriations. 

Dulles said it will be neces 
\Sary to spend about $40 billion 
‘@ year on American armed 
\forces and foreign military and 
economic aid as long as the 
| danger of international com 
| ane persists 

He called that “peace insur 
ance.” and said the United 
(States can afford 10 per cent 
\of its gross national produet 
ifor it “while at the same time 
\‘Taising our living standards.” 
|. Without mentioning Moscow's 
talk of reducing its armed 
| forces, which he previously had 
discounted, Dulles said “the 
Soviet Union is spending, fer 
military and foreign purposés 
hostile to us, about 20 per cest 
of the gross product of the Se 
viet Union 

Dulles’ comments bore tiie 
advance indorsement of Pre@- 
Gent Eisenhower “ menh- 
tioned the forthcoming spee@h 
at his Wednesday news confet- 
ence and said It would deal with 
the whole question of “waging 
peace 

The Secretary took occasion 
to discuss the problem of nes- 
/trality in today's world. -At 
imnews conference, Mr. Eisef- 
hower had said some nations 
had chosen to remain free ef 
military alliances and that “I 
cannot see that this is always 
to the disadvantage of such 4 
country as 
Statement Issuetl 
| The Whil 
unusual statement le follow. 
ing day saying Mr, Ejisenhow- 
er believes “there are special 
conditions which justify poli- 
tical neutrality but that no ne- 
tion has the right to be indif- 
'ferent to the fate of another.” 

Dulles reemphasized that 
Statement in his speech 

Praising the effectiveness of 
Military alliances the United 
States has made with 42 other 
countries in the Western 
| Hemisphere, Europe. and Asia. 
‘Dulles said these treaties 
| abolish the principle of neutral- 
|ity among the nations that be- 
jlong to them 
| He described neutrality as a 
policy “which pretends that a 
;mation can best gain safety for 
‘itself by being indifferent to 
the fate of others.” Then he 
added bluntly 

“This has increasingly be- 
come an obsolete conception 
and except under very excep- 
tional circumstances, it is an 
immoral and shortsighted con- 
ception.” 

The $40 billion a year for 
what he called “a peace insur- 

nee policy,” Dulles explained, 
consists of $36 billion for the 
armaments and armed forces of 
the United States, $3.3 billion 
for military assistance in vari- 
ous forms to friendly nations 
and allies, and $700 million for 
economic aid 


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ours 


e House issued anh 


Ll 


a 


Sees “Gigantic Effort” 
| “The Soviet rulers,” he said, 
are engaged in a gigantic ef- 
fort to build up their military 
establishment and to extend 
the area of their dominance. 
They maintain a military estab. 
lishment approximately com. 
parable to our own and spare 
no cost in striving to excel us. 
| “They give military aid to 
Communist China and to their 
Eastern European satellite al- 
lies This measured in 
billions of dollars 

| “They now woo free nations 
by offers of credit for economic 
‘and military goods... 

At one point, Dulles appeared 
to be replying to congressional 
critics of continued American 
financial aid to Marshal Tito 
when he said, “we also think 
it is prudent to help Yugoslavia, 
sO long as it remains deter- 
mined to maintain genuine if- 
dependence.” 

Dulles said Tite 
cow and won out 
evident reference to Tito’s re- 
cent sweetness-and-light visit 
ite Moscow. Dulles remarked 
that “even though that struggle 
is today caimed, Yugoslavia 
\provides a notable example of 
national independence in East- 
ern Europe.” 

The renewed friendship be- 
tween Tito and the Kremlin 
leaders led to unsuccessful ef- 
forts in the House to write into 
the foreign-aid bill a ban on 
further U. S. help to Yugo 
siavia 


is 


defied Mos- 
Then, in an 


> Persons Burned 
In Boat Explosion 


| BALTIMORE June 9 Wh 
Five persons from Maryland 
and Pennsylvania were burned 
last night when the engine of 
a 40-foot boat exploded at a 
middie river boatyard The 
cabin cruiser, owned by A, 
Wayne Ballard of Baltimore, 
was destroyed 

Injured were Mabe! Ballard, 
50, wife of the owner: Charles 
Curley, 51, of Beaver, Pa; 
Fileen Curley, 21: Norma Toty, 
31, of Belmont Hills, Pa. and 
‘Frank Toty, 7 


i. 


Editorial Group Elects 

| LOUISVELLE, Ky., June 9 # 
Alfred J. Ball, publisher of the 
‘Woodhaven, N. Y., Leader-Ob- 
| server, today was elected presi- 
dent of the National Editorial 
Association. He succeeds ‘Don 
| Hardy of the Canon City, Cole., 
|\Record, who now becomes 
chairman of the board. 


THE WASHINGTON. 
D116. 


Su ndey, fd u 


| Console w/G.E. 


ST and TIMES HER ALD 


10. 1956 


NEW IN FACTORY CRATES! 


$299.95 Brend New FRIGIO 
Al®E AUTOMATIC Waser 


137 
+99 
79 

+149 
*69 


$179.95 Brend New PRIGIO 
AIRE ELECTRIC Onver 


sive os Brand New 
MAYTAG WRINGER 
WASHER Medel NX 


1934 


$777.95 Grend New 1954 
MAYTTAG AUTOMATIC 
WASHER w/evte. tome. con 
tre!l. Medel 1271' 


New Nnoecoe 
WASHER with 


$139.95 
weRingee 
pump 


$239.95 New 


Bendix 


AUTOMATIC 


Washer 


+149 
114 


S79 7S trend New 1°% 
WHIRLPOOL AUTOMATIC 
WASHER «= temo centre! 


$219 5 New 
TRic ORver 


NORGE ELEC 


$239.95 New NORGE AUTO 
MATIC WASHER w time-line 
contre! 


129 


$136 
+148 


107] 


$249.95 trend New 1956 
BLACKSTONE ELECTRIC 
orver 


$29? 95 New WORGE AUTO 
MATIC WASHER w time-line 
centre! 
$189.95 Brend New 
1956 KELVINATOR 


SLECTRIC DRYER 


5319.93 New WHIFLPOOL 
De luxe AUTOMATIC WASH 
ee 


$183 
$166 


S279. 9S Grend New 1954 
MAYTAG AUTOMATIC 
WASHER w egiteter ection 


$5149.93 New NORGE ELEC 
TRIC ORYER 110.220 


$159.95 New BENDIX Dia 
LAMITIC WASHER 


s7e 95 Brend New 1eS4 
MONITOR Portable WEING 
ER WASHER 


SAVE ON FLOOR SAMPLE LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT 


S197 95 ‘55 APEX WRINGER 
WASHER with sume 

$229.95 35 SENDIK Sueer Fost 
SLecTaic ORver 

$159.95 55 BENDIX 
DIALAMATIC WASHER 

$229.95 NORGE ELECTRIC 
ORyveR, 100.270 + 

579.95 ‘364 MONITOR Portable 
WRINGER WASHER 

$249.95 55 WESTINGHOUSE 
BLeCcTRaiC Dever 


DISHWASHERS 


NEW IN CRATES 


$147 
+129 


FLOOR SAMPLES VALUES! 
Terence mold 999 


$287.50 ‘36 JAMES Deluxe $122 


AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER 


$79 
$99 
$88 
$110 
$59 
$119 


r $777.95 brand New 
G.E. Mebile Meid AUTO 
MATIC DISHWASHER 


Ree. $78° 30 brand New 
"SM JAMES AUTOMATIC 
DISHWASHER Oe 
Medel 


$297.95 NORGE AUTOMAT! 
WASHER -— Aen to mo $129 
$219 7S NORGE ELECTRIC 
orver 

$249.95 “56 BENDIX Supermetic 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 

$129.95 NORGE 

SLecTRIC DRver 

$229.95 S46 WESTINGHOUSE 
AUTOMATIC Wasnete 
S319.9S WHIRLPOOL Deluxe 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 


IRON RITE 


DELUXE CONSOLE $] 9 7 


IRONER 


Res. $149.95 De luxe 


22” Rotary 
GAS POWER MOWER 


4-cycle, 74 4.P. Griegs & Stretton Mote, 
@ Avtometic Rewind Sterter @ Revers 
ible Tubvler Steel Handle @ &-Iinch 
Rubber Tire Diese Wheels ® Steel 
“Poermed Mower Bed @ Over-Size Fuel 
Tenk With Valve © er Lee? Mulcher 
@ Plestic Handle Gri . saree Stee! 
22 Blede @ Yow +a 


PLUS . 2 gelions of FLUFFIUM 
FREE of additional cost. Was $19.90 


$79.95 


REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS 


New in Factory-Fresh Crates! 


$297 9S Brand New 1956 CROSLEY 10 w 


ft. Shelveder REFRIGERATOR. $159 


w /freecer 
New ADMIRAL 10 cu. f $167 
TTIVSS Brand New FRIGIDAIRE 8 cu. 
13 


UPRIGHT FREEZER 
REFRIGERATOR 
$194 


w/ ter 


Las New Deepfreere 12 
cv. *. UPRIGHT FREEZER 


w/deer shelves end 


treerer 


Tos New INTERNATIONAL MARVESTER 


6.5 cu. %. REFRIGERATOR 

w/deer shelves 

5759 95 New NORGE 15 cu. FF y 
Senet vanezen 222 
lie 9S Grend New 1954 SILO Ie co. 
REFRIGERATOR for fleer, 

stend er well 

Ts 95 New NORGE 13 Cu. Ft. Custemetic 


9.deer REFRIGERATOR w/Avute $ 
Defrost 


TESS NOWOINT T cw REPMGERATOR 
$119 


$249 95 New ADMISAL 9 ew. 


REFRIGERATOR w /treerer $126 


$549.95 Berend New 1956 CROSLEY 12.8 cw 
+. REFRIGERATOR 

w /treerer 

$249.95 Grand New FRIGIDAIRE 10 co. 
REFRIGERATOR 5 

w ‘freerer 167 
$199.95 New NORGE 8 cu. . REPRIGER 
ATOR w/deoeor shelves ond 7 
treerer 133 
$399.95 New NORGE 12 cu. ff S 
UPRIGHT FREEZER 210 


——a 
$509.95 Grand New FRIGIDAIRE 12 cu. # 
REFRIGIDAIRE w bottom freezer 
end evte. defrost 


5 New NORGE 12 co. #. Custemetix 


REFRIGERATOR w/deoor shelves $216 


end freezer 

$549.95 Brand New 1956 KELVINATOR 13 
cou. . 2dr. REFRIGERATOR w mag '< cycle 
eutemetic detrest end 

door shelves 


Reg. $199.95 


NEW 
ADMIRAL 


REFRIGERATOR 


WITH FREEZER 


‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 
‘ 


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Reg. $279.95 


NEW 
DEEPFREEZE 


Cy Fe 


CHEST FREEZER 


i i i i i 
KK ie 


vi KK a i i 


FLOOR SAMPLE REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS 


$169.95 5S ADMIRAL 73 tu 
REFRIGERATOR De luxe Mode! 
$469.95 535 CROSLEY 14 ow 
UPRIGHT PREEZER 

$219.95 FPRIGIDAIRE 8 aw 
REFRIGERATOR with Freerer $137 
$299.95 ‘SS DEEPFREEZE 8 cu. * 

CHEST FREEZER $158 
$399.95 ‘35 HOTPOINT 10 cu. . REFPRIG. 
ERATOR with eviemetic defros $219 
end 75-tb. freezer 


$117 
" $237 


$349.95 FRIGIDAIRE 125 ow 
UPRIGHT FREEZER 


" $195 
55 INTERNATIONAL MARVESTER 


REFRIGERATOR with $1 19 
' | $1 66 
$79 


$249.95 


s5 w. 
door shelves 


$359.95 ‘55 NORGE 10. ww 
CHEST FREEZER 


$199.95 ‘55 QUIK-PREZ 5.5 ev. ft 
REFRIGERATOR 


993.00 Grundig 5 Specker AM. 


PM-SW-LW Meohegeny Console 
399.95 Grundig 5-Specker 
AM-PM-SW-LW Blonde Console 


99.95 Symphenic Twin 
Specker Portedie 


164.93 Webcer 3-Specter 
Mahegeny Toble Mode! 


$349.95 
$229.50 
$41.50 
$83.15 
mie ‘Mehovery $61.25 
11999 symphonic Oval Specter $71.75 


$142,25 


199.9S) Phithermeni« 


319.95 CBS 360 Seund Concslo 
AM-PM Combination 


HI-FiI—Floor Samples 


139.95 Trevier 3-Specker 
Maheogeny Teble Mode! 
149.93 Columbie Moehogony 
4-Specker Teble Mode! 
99.95 Moterele 3-Specker 
Mehegerny Teble Mode! 
239.95 Webceor 3-Specker 
Tape Recorder 

139.95 Capehert 3-Specker 
Mehogeny Table Mode! 
149.95 Webcor 3-Specker 
Pertable ...... 

99.95 Grundig AM.PM.LW 
Redie w Phone Jock 


$69.50 
$54.50 
$109.95 
, $59.50 
_ $67.50 
$59.15 


i i i i i i i i i i i i Ni i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i a 
i i i i 


TODAY! 
UNDAY! 


New Air 


Conditioners 


IV ORIGINAL FACTORY FRESH CRATES! 


Reg. $359.95 Brend New 1956 


FAMOUS MAKE 
% TON 


Flush, Mount 7’: amps. 
WwiTh 
THERMOSTAT 


a 


Reg. $319.50 New 1955 


RCA 2 TON 
CASEMENT 


w ‘Thermestet 


$379.95 New 1955 CHRYS- 
LER AIRTEMP 's TON CASE- 
MENT 


LER AIRTEMP % TON CASE- 
MENT 

$439.50 trend New 1956 
TOP BRAND 1's TON Flesh 
Meunt w Thermestet 


$4279.95 New 1955 CHRYs- $94 7 


197 


167 | 
147 
"177 
167 


$299.95 Brand New MITCH- 
ELL %« TON Flush Mewnt 


$3)9.95 trend New oy 
1 TON Flesh Mewnt 


Volts 
$319.50 New 1955 8cA% 2. c 


TON Flush Meunt w/Trerm- 


$3279.95 trend New 1956 
EMERSON ELECTRIC % TON 
Flush Mount Model 


147 


$349.95 Grend New 1956 
FAMOUS MAKE ! TON Flush 


147 


$319.95 trend New GE 
% TON Flesh Meunt w/ 
Thermostet 


197 


Mount 


$329.50 New 1955 RCA 1 
TON Deluxe Flush Mewnt 


$349.95 HOTPOINT « TON 
CASEMENT w/push-butter 
controls 


177 


w Thermestet 


$239.95 Grend New 1956 
TOP BRAND ‘s TON Flush 


177 


Reg. $299.95 Brand New 


PHILCO % TON 


Fluch Meownt Medel! 
w Thermestet 


147 


$499.95 Grend New MITCH. 

Bil 2 TON Flush Meunt w/ 

Thermestet, 74evel Acad > f 7 
fart 

$349 50 New 1955 RCA % 187 


TOM CASEMENT w/Therm.- 
erste? 


AIR-CONDITIONER FLOOR SAMPLES AT BIG SAVINGS! 


$379.95 “535 CHRYSLER AlRTEm?P 
i, TON Deluxe CASEMENT 
$380.95 “35 EMERSON ELECTRIC 
a4 TON w/Thermestet 


$299.95 ‘55 PHILCO 

lt» TON Economy Mode! 

$390.95 “36 FAMOUS MAKE 1 TON 
Pluck Mount » /Thermestet 

$319.95 HOTPOINT 

a% TON CASEMENT 

$349.95 ‘36 INTERNATIONAL 
MASVESTER 24 TON w/Thermestet 


Reg. $139.95 Brond New 1956 


FEDDERS 
DEHUMIDIFIER 


Halts Moisture Demege Tokes the 


a oe oo 

$739.95 S534 ADMIRAL 24-Series $129 

TV Teble Medel! 

$359.95 “35 CAPEHART 21.Series TY Mohos 

w (doers 

$139.95 “36 CROSLEY 17.Series 

TV Teble Medel $88 
2! Serves > 

TY Censele Model 

1956 GENERAL ELECTRIC 14-Series 5 

TV Perteh'e 99 

TV Teble Medel 

$149.93 S54 MOTOROLA 17 .Series 

TV Table Meds! 

Series TY Console Mode! 

$289.95 36 MOTOROLA 21 Series $147 

TY Teble Medel 

TV Gensele Model $159 

$309.95 ‘36 MOTOROLA 21 Series 5 

TY Blende Console 158 

COME. w/redice $98 

end phone 

$367.95 “55 CBS 2) .Serves $117 

$2469.95 ‘535 ®8CA 2!-Series $166 

TY Censole Model 

$399.95 S64 ZENITH 2)-Series 

$199.95 ‘34 TOP BRAND 17 -Series $66 

TV Teble Medel 

$329.95 ‘36 MOTOROLA 21 .Series $159 

$397.95 36 FAMOUS MAKE 2)-Series TY 

3.WAY COME. w 

end phone 

TV Teble Medel $110 

$209.95 ‘SS 8CA 21-Series $134 

TY Teble Mode! 

TY Swiwelet Mede! $159 

TY Teble Mode! 

$329.95 ‘$5 WESTINGHOUSE 2! . 

TY Moheoany Console 119 

Series TY Censole Model $69 

$359.95 “36 PHILCO 21-Series 5 

TY Console Model 176 


TELEVISION 
eny Censole 146 
$349.95 S64 EMERSON 
5269.95 5364 EMERSON 721 -Series 
$319.95 “534 FAMOUS MAKE 71 
$349.95 “36 PHILCO 21 -Series 
$299.95 ‘56 TOP BRAND 17 Series TY 3 WAY 
TV Mahegeny Console 
y Comets aftantiahe wong GUNS 
TV Mehegeny Console 

me $ 

$1469.95 ‘36 coe Serves i24 
$259.95 “36 PHILCO 21 -Serves 
$219.95 536 FAMOUS MAKE 21 Series $79 
$299.95 ‘55 FAMOUS MAKE 2! 
$149.95 S55 OCA 17-Series 


$21 

$129 
cymes b S-deccien oie POO 
$119 
$166 
$199 
$144 


Reg. $139.95 Brond New 


FRIGIDAIRE 
DEHUMIDIFIER 


$3979.65 “S53 TOP BRAND 1 TON 
Flush Meurt w Thermestet 
5399.95 SS KELVINATOR 


$159 
, - % TON w/h : 
Thermestat & Push-button $133 


$3879.95 “S34 TOP SRAND % TON Ta Amos... 
Fiush Mount w/Thermeste? and 


2-Speed Fan 195 
fauth iaceat writihanes aad Romane Ge 
$319.95 54 TOP BRAND 4, TON $169 


Flush Mount w /‘Thermestet 


$349.95 “36 FAMOUS MAKE 3% TON $188 
Flush Mount 7\o Amps. w/Thermoestet 


Reg. $139.95 Brond New 1956 


ADMIRAL 
DEHUMIDIFIER 


10.000 ww. on 06 casters 


$79 


a a a a a a a a ae ee ee ee 


Deme Out of Dempress 


$i i 


New in Factory Cartons! 
$149 95 Breed New 19546 ADMIRAL 17-Series 
TV Teble Medel 
$2749.95 Brand New 1954 CROSLEY 
TY Console Mode! 
$148.00 Brend New 
TY Teble Mode! 
Brand New 1956 G.F 
TY Perteble Medel 
$149.95 Bbrend New 
TY Teble Mede! 
$167 95 brond New 
TV Teble Mede! 
$189 9S New 1955 OCA 71.Series 
TV Mereon Table Mode! 
$179.95 brend New 1954 TOP BRAND 
TY Teble Medel 
$139.95 trend New 1956 LENITH 17-Series 
TY Mereen Table Mode! 
$179.95 Brend New 1954 ADMIRAL 
TV Ebony Table Mode! 
$179.95 Brend New 1956 PHILCO 21.Series 
TY Teble Medel 
$269.95 trend New 1956 EMERSON 
TV Censole Mode! 
$2279.95 brand New 1934 GE 
TY Teble Model 
$199.95 Brand New 19546 PHILCO 
TV Teble Model w/tep touch tuning 
$249.95 New 1955 8CA 2) Series 
TV Censele Mode! 
$199.95 Brend New 
TV Teble Model 
$219.95 Brand New 
TV Console Mode! 
$259.95 trend New 
TY Console Model 
$339.95 trend New 1954 G.E. 2) -Serves 
TY Censele Model 
$269 95 Brand New 19546 
TY Censele Model 
$359.9S trend New 1954 FPHILCO 21 .Series 
TV Censele w/tull doors 


2) Serves 
1954 EMERSON 21! Serves 

14. Serves 

17 Serves 


1954 MOTOROLA 


1936 PHILCO 17-Series 


17? .Sernes 


21 Serves 


21 .Serves 
2! Series 


2) Serves 


1954 FAMOUS MAKE 2) Seri 


1954 ADMIRAL 71 .Serves 


1954 PHILCO 21 .Series 


ZENITH 2! Series 


1954 ADMIRAL 2! Series 


raae and prere 


$399 9S Brand New 
TV 3.WAY COME. » 
$439 94. brand New 19546 PHILCO 2! 
TY Console w/phene 

$149.95 Brend New 1954 TOP BRAND 
17 Series TV Pertable Model 


$419.95 Brand New 1956 PHILCO 24-Series 


Serves 


FATHER’S 
DAY 
SPECIAL! 


from the Menvfecturer of one 
of Americe’s leading Unes of 
Men's Jewelry Comes These Cuff 
Links end Metching Tie Ber Sets 
—all Current Medels . . 


CUT 40% OFF NATIONALLY 
ADVERTISED MAINTAINED 


PRICE 
This Specie! of George's Only 
We Cen Tell You the Name. 
but You'll Recognize it On Sight! 


FANS 


Ne ene con sell these os cheap 


es George » 


VORNADO 
$14.78 
$19.97 
tien Wontitoter.:.- aaa 
a, ee 
$36.43 


$4495 Twin Cosemenrt 
olly Reversible 70° Win 


wrth Hondle 
$64.95 Electric 

acu fon with Push 
Button Controls 
$39.95 20” 2-Spe0eed 
Window Exheoust 


$24 o¢ Takkle io 
Cc ren latrr 
$3495 Teble Ait 


Cc re vlerter 


.A 
at 


20° Electrix 
Floor Fon 


$469.95 


clly Reversible Win 
cow or 


ww th Thermostot 7.97 


$49.95 Twin Twelve for Casement or 
Regquier 


Windews . 


G. E. 


$17.95 10° Oscilleting 
Fon 

$29.95 All.Purpese 
fen 

$59 05 Fleer 
Mossock For 
$34.95 16” 
Pan 


$10.28 
$17.14 
$34.31 
wens §31,45 


Westinghouse 
$48.97 


479 95 2.Se0«ed Dewble 
Duty Mebiloire 


$399.9S New ADMIRAL 
40-inch ELECTRIC RANGE 
$109.95 trend New 

BRAND Apt.-Sic0e 

GAS RANGE 


$56 
ew RGE Fvuill- 
Sine GAS RANGE *95 


*167 


1954 TOP 


$224.50 New TAPPAN 30- $] 29 


inch GAS RANGE 
$449.95 New ADMIRAL 40-inch Cus 


tom ELECTRIC RANGE $198 


w/deuble even 


$129.95 Brand New 1956 FAMOUS 


MAKE 36-inch $64 


GAS RANGE 


$249.50 New TAPPAN 36- $128 


inch ELECTRIC RANGE 


FLOOR SAMPLES 
Wo inch ELECTRIC RANGE. PLSD 
$144 


$949 530 55 TAPPAN 30-inch 
ach Cuctem 


Deluxe GAS RANGE 

$389 95 ‘Ss ADMIRAL 4 

FLECTRIC RANGE 

w/retery rearter 

$299.95 ‘55 HOTPOINT 30-inch ELEC 
TRIC RANGE 

w / rete gril 

$469.95 55 ADMIRA 

FLECTRIC RANGE 

retery roaster im 


green 


TY Censcole Model 


EASY TERMS 


Sorry ne mel phere oF 
orders Toke your purchoses 

you end save delivery corte 
stelletion and service extra, where 
desired. Limited auentites 


TODAY! SUNDAY! 
10 A.M. To 6 P. M.° 


2146- 24th 
Place, N.E. 


Directions: 


Drive out New York Ave. te 


Bladensburg Rd. N.E., left on Bladens- 


burg Rd., 
overpass, 2 blocks te 2146 and 


under the Pennsylvania RR 


Newer and Greater Warehouse. By bus, 


take the 8-2. 


jase 


New Low Prices On NEW 


10 A.M. 
to 6 P.M. 


FURNITURE 


NEW FURNITURE 


LIVING ROOM SUITE. Sefe 


ms cher in assorted $140 


frieze covers. Reg. $219.95 
2--C. UVING ROOM SUITE. King- 
size sofe end large matching chew 
m esserted tepestry covers $94 
Our Reg. $189.95 

2--C. UVING ROOM SUITE. Sefe 


& cher in green frieze s 
Ovr Reg. $259.95 160 
ROOM SUITE. Sefe 


*150 


2--c. UVING 
& motching choir in red 
frieze. Our Reg. $279.95 


LIVING ROOM SUITE. Sefe 
re ‘eee te metch in esserted 
nylon covers with foam $ 
rubber. Our Reg. $279.95 160 
727Cc. UVING ROOM SUITE by 
ARTISTIC. In brown tweed with 
teem rubber $ 
Our Reg. $239.95 165 
2-PC. SECTIONAL SOFA. In green 
knubby tweed with foam $] 20 
Rubber. Our Reg. $199.95 

$145 


2C. SECTIONAL SOFA 

in red friere. Reg. $199.95 
MODERN 3-PC. 
BEDROOM SUITE 
Dewble drewer, chest end 


bookcase bed in blonde. Ovwr 
Reg. $199.95 


130 


27°C. SECTIONAL SOFA With 
feem rubber in pink $ 
boucle. Our Reg. $279.95 190 
7-PC. SECTIONAL SOFA. In tur 
aqueise ond block $ 

Ovr Reg. $329.95 255 
2-PC. SOFA BED SUITE. Sefe bed 
epens te sleep twe with lerge 
matching cher 
Our Reg. $199.95 $94 
STUDIO COUCHES. Open te moke 
twe twin beds s 
Our Reg $79.95 42 
SOFA SED. Opens te sleep twe in 
esserted tapestry covers. $ 
Our Reg. $79.95 42 
CONVERTICLE SOFA Ovens ‘te 
sleep twe .. with seperate imner- 
nerspring mottress im esserted 
friere covers $ 

Ovr $229.95 ] 25 
SOFA LOUNGES Convert 


full-length bed 
Our $59.95 


SEALY CONSEALY SED. Opens te 
sleep twe comfertably with Seely 
Pesturepeds« mofttress . . 

fi. sample. Reg. $379.95 $299 
GIVE POP A CHAIR FOR FATH- 
mes DAY . LOUNGE CHAIRS, 
CLUB CHAIRS, ROCKERS, &6- 
CLINERS 


15% to 40% Off 


35°C. BEDROOM SUITE Deuble 
dresser, chest end beokcese bed 
in welaet finish. $ 
Our Reg. $159.95 79 
MODERN 3-7°C. BEDROOM SUITE. 
Dewble dresser, chest end beek- 
cose bed in twe-tene $ 

grey & pink. Reg. $239.95 155 
MODERN 3-°C. BEDROOM SUITE. 
Deuble dresser, chest end beek- 
cose bed in beige finish 

Our Reg. $219.95 +160 
37°C. BEDROOM SUITE Devuble 
dresser. chest end beekcese 


INNERSPRING 
MATTRESS OR 
BOX SPRINGS 


Your choice of full er twin sizes 


*16 


Double 
bookcase 


$209 


3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE 
dresser, chest end 
bed in spruce 

Ovr Reg. $259.95 


HOLLYWOOD BEDS. Complete 
with innerspring mettress end 
bex springs on legs 

full 39° Twin size 

Our Reg. $59.95 


BUNK BEDS. 2 innerspring mat 
tresses, 2 springs, gverd rail & 


ladder . ton be mede te $67 


twe beds. Our Reg. $129.95 
SERTA INNERSPRING MATTRESSES 


er BOX SPRINGS Yeur $99 
choice of full er twin sizes 


i KK a 


FAMOUS BRAND INNERSPRING 
MATTRESSES eo BOX SPRINGS 


% 10 50% Of 
20% to 50% 
RUBBER BOX SPRING & MAT- 
TRESS SET. Firestone 6-inch 
rubber. Our Reg. $149.00 $89 
FOLDING COTS. Cemplete with 
imnnerspring mottress 
Our Reg. $34.95 +19 
ALUMINUM CHAISE LOUNGES 
in essorted colors. $ 
Ovr Reg. $22.95 17 
GLIDERS. In asserted coolers 
Our Reg. $49.95 $39 
ALUMINUM BEACH CHAIRS In 
essarted colers $ 
Ovr Reg $27.95 19 
7-PC. DINETTE SET Teble end 
& sturdy cheirs s 
Our Reg $129 95 84 
5-PC; DINETTE SET. Teble and 4 
chaire——selid roc