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Or. Sheppard's Father Dies
/ / Days After Wife's Suicide
Special Guard Placed 1
On Son; Bail Refused
By Appellate Court
By Iks Associated *>•»>
CLEVELAND. Jen. 19.—The
father of Dr. Samuel Sheppard
died test night ht Bay View Hos
pital of a respiratory ailment.
Two brothers of Dr. Sheppard,
who was convicted of killing his
pregnant wife Marilyn, said
their father, Dr. Richard A.
Sheppard, 64, “lost his will to
live” after the suicide of his wife
11 days ago.
Dr. Samuel Sheppard, who has
been sentenced to life imprison
ment, was kept in a special ob
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DR. RICHARD SHEPPARD, i
case, an Appellate Court denied i
ball to Dr. Sheppard this mom- j i
ing.
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that no person convicted of a :
crime punishable by life impri- :
sonment is bailable under State i
laws.
Meanwhile, Judge Harry A. i
Hanna, the presiding jurist in :
Criminal Court, told a reporter j
he probably would grant Dr j
Sheppard permission to attend !
his father’s funeral. The judge j
said he could not make a defi- j
nite statement on what he would ]
decide, since Dr. Sheppard’s at- i
tomeys have not yet made that \
request. Dr. Sheppard was j l
granted permission to attend his j
mother’s funeral.
Just a tew days ago Dr. Shep- ;
pard, who is appealing his con- ;
viction, had been returned to bis
regular cell. He had been under i
observation since January 7,
when his mother shot herself in j
the head.
Brothers Bring Word.
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||\ ! WM *wwwwwwuwt Beyda’s Handee’s Dept. Store Wilson’s Men’s Store Quality Shoe Store
'! N.W. Downtown <> (Soortsweti a CUlMne* We»r> .1)08 GaaJ Baa* S 4 S.B ID 1-3883* (Nationally Advertised Brand*) iß*d Goose Shoes)
j! m*rw»*»wwfl , 8114 I4tk 81 NW AD A-tWAS Rreger’S DreSS Shop 3118 Qaeens Ckaocl Ed. WA. 7-3ISB II4IA Ooorota A**. LO A-t«3a
Shopping District Crosby Shoe Store* (Ladtw- w*arm* Appareii 4«HAWtotoHA%tA*MM«AU See green's Toy Fair
MAAAWAAAAAAAAAWAAtoU I (Peaturlnt Mary Jane Sho**) r*iana Ar* 8.1 u < Pnrtm'fl* JUJ < (Toy* Whee, Goods School Supnll**)
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Aft N Trading Co. Ida Seieel spn Ai*h«na a*«. s.s. to. t-isaa ************************* Viers Mill Hardware
(Men’s BnorUw*ar-Work Ctothtu- (Pemtnln* Apparel and Aecesaoriet) ,a 7| or tteXEll Pharmacy Abode Hardware Co. (Otter »■» to 9:00: Sunday*
Mlljtarv-tusaaq*), 3030 I4tk St. NW. 40 4-034* (Prescription* Cosmetlto Olfto) Open Sunday 10 ’til t 0:30-1:80 __
Ann” Osborne Shoo “* ’ ” 4S Irving Music & Radio W M ‘" Mui swrato. Cmte, to .-s*.
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Bertram 304* i4tk st n.w. co. s-4800 n statist sw* *JO*-4Ui is n. waekinatoa st. PO. *O3BO j! W. Hyatt sviile, Md. J,
iSmokers' Acceseorte*. Leather Irving Shop, Ine. Schwarzman’s Men’s Shop tiret * Stevens hmmtowtuytmmtty
9,0 Itto St. NA. 8-5700 ~..l*tosTO W - r, AD.«-,StM Ctothto * «*» W
Bresteu Krasner’s ««*tk st. s.* u«-om3 dsye » _ ssoo mJSßa st. .ln. a-asji
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I Button Shop SduSSi Wear ,ofl Penaa /to 1 .? BJI *LI. 3-A833 Nedley ft Co. » 840 U IhSSltoawa' I ’s-IAtS
« a.,— ,,r. M. ... Levitans Mens Wear (Jewelen-Watchmaker*ODUclansl o* o ® ttamiitoa st wa t-hss
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(Wallpaper and painti Perry-Nelson j --, Normans Youth World 30*8 Hamilton st. un. 4-0300
Ir 14 wtb st nw. NA. 3-837* (Parntnin* Awarei a unrami !. Chevy Chase, Md. . (The tier. Poe cmdmi.... Lebow’s Kiddie Wear
Carlton Casuals StO« I4tk St « W HO *-S77S LAWtoMMWAtoto*MA4M< »t„,. (Shoes mtants and Children'. Wear)
Sia u "" rtt dA J 7S» Ren » y ; s lUMrnK , batons, Adler and Mandel J&tt? S < SS'au«'t. a * 00P,a fN C T^7s
Cr “ b .!,®sl? e u ?i o f.“ '*SW,“Wt 7-97*9 *ol 0, r,0., E *” U VS ,T ;.tVF“* Mel-Ron Fabric Shop
mt rit (f.w MiTimt The Sally Shops Airport Book Shop mAAWtotomtvtotHAtoto «t*o Qa..a. ckaaei am* im. a-tsis
114 7th St N.w ME. S-SSS7 <*tmitune Paehionsi ao Wisconsin ctreic ol 40MM !; Silver Spring, Md. ‘ l Suburban Shoe Shop
Curtain Si Drapery Shop 83,4 * 4t * ** NW * D *-***• Beyda’s <'.. . -.... ■ ipoii Parrot shoes)
(Custom SUp Covers a Draperies) OAAAAAAWHHAWtotoAAAV (Children’* Apparel) 444444444M4HW444Wm4 ” ~SS*SP* Chapel Shopoing Centor
)73 lltb 8t N.W ST 8-7779 < ' , ' , «' Wisconsin Are at Western OL. S-S4 9* A& A Hardware Co. * ,,8 •» CN 4-973 S
Field’s Clothes, Inc !. Other Northwest •, Curtain & Drapery Shop ispred satin paint)
(Men’s Clothing a Purnlshtnn) <t » «' (Custom Slipcovers a Draperies) (Open Sundav* 10 U> 2) ' rmmwtutravroittii ,
L i SarSTtetWr* we,r 8B £5: SSSY; Belief Dress Shoooe si8?«. B Kl U ° ur MarylandAreo» \
Forsythe Shoes (Ladiee Ready-to-wear) 3. A. Lazarus Bradleys (umuu«mmmmvif
(Ladles shoes a Aeoeseorleei «*»# Omerin Ave N.W RA S-ABSS fProfeselonaliy Pitted Shoes) „ 'Clotbiery ana Haberdashers) Chandler’s Drugs
1 ’7*3 pSt N W ME 8-9077 Bmvman Motor Sales 7836 Wlseeasln Ave. OL. 6-67*3 WHO Georri* Av*. JV. 8-40*9 7037 Defense Hlckway
i George W King 7itudrtak.r B.te. a^mc.> Leon * Men’s Shop Capitol Appliance Co. t.nd.v., hid. Md un e-aaaa
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I Irving’s* *” " W D ' , «« oraffiFSTAMSi s-ams WW-sm. W * V * M '
(Sporting Goods, sportswear. HRndljy Motor Co. Rrt Rowift Men’* Wcmf Darling Dress Shop
& lOtb A E Sti Luraaie.
EX. 8-36*4 I «333 Georgia B Ave" N*W BerV 4 C A‘’ 9-9000 71 Wlleansln 1 Ave* 1 H>b 'OL?*«-MM LaagbTj’perk" Hmmb,bl "he’ ! Va. | !
I Joe Pittle’s Metropolitan Lad & Lassie Shop Singer’s Jewelers, Inc. East-West Motors , Uhwaaamawamamwml
Haberdashers - (Infants' ts Children's Appareii 'Re* Jewelers Amer Gem Sociervi (Chrysler-Plymouth Sales It Service) _ ...... _ .
(Men’s Furnlshlngii 1310 Uaderwee* St N.W RA 3-3088 8130 Wlseeasla Avar OL. 4-30S0 1109 East-Wset Highway Jt). 5-1333 BendaU Motor Sales
v>s nib st NW ME s-tll* Mevers’ Shnn Vicar Camera ft Gloria’s (Pontla. Sates * Serrtcel
Knickerbocker Fashions wLnaa Appareii Hobby Shops an.^*g t 1 J e f'.l po i t .? r ** l * L t - "** S' a ovvs-tsee
(Ladle*’ Millinery—Wearing Apparel 8061 M St. N.W. AD. 4-3141 «« Wl/cenaln Circle 01.. «-350 S 2 trt!i **■ ,V ****** Fagelson Hardware Si
is** P st. bi. 7-4077 Mt. Vernon Cycle ft *”• OL *- , ?! , Kopy a.mi,-T,-w«r, Toyland _
Lee D. Butler, Inc. Sport Shop kMAtMAtoWMAWAWMOW; 3307 Georgia aV* 1 u. 3-3*3* **•” *f 6 V.maJ
(Studebsker-Packard Sales A Service) 5010 Wteeeneia Ave. N.W EM 8-78*4 J Rladcntburv Md. «’ Langley Men’s Wear „, ,*
u*i *i*t street n.w Dl l-0111 „ ? oiaaenmouTf, mu. (Teenage Boy*’ Aoparei) Herby’s,, Inc.
Liberty Shops , iwAWA»WMAAAtoMAAA»AW m3* Nrw H.Le.klf. Avi HE. 4-841* frord Satet and imWI
.300 oiiTw * ccm, °re ’ 7-*4». NW EM B | r slKo David’s Style Shop Matt ,Sfte?*R.mt,-to-wear) i!^- s Kiddii »on
SW?**. « Royal Motors, Inc. &** <&. wear,
I Link’d Men’s Shop ichryeier-piymonth sale* * servica) iCii.n'V shon Montgomery Hardware toe Kin* st te. #-*sn i
1 ""TOttr I'* 1 '* 47W‘« Linda Lee Shopira
AIThVm Town
Mt. Vernon Cycle ft ms* wi*. av*. n.w. em. s-soaa ms** Anaagiite i 4? wn wSf d V34*9 s**B Georgia av*. to. 3-B*3* jacket Tire Co Inc
I Sport Shop Vincent et Walter Shirley’s » . Nan Richards aild seat covern
f. t*4 atb St. N.W ME. 8-8734 Hairstylist (Ladles’ Wear aad Aeeeeedrice— (Precede Suit. Coat* Spor-ajear) g-MO Jettenon Dkvte Hirtway
Neuman’s, Ine. n.w. to.-isi. w^WCA h,A)
H 37 Nt. aT. n w na. S-19SS Virginia Loot Tippett Jewelers 9c I (Auto Top* and Seat Covert— I (Ladiee Ready-to-Wear special R
1 New York Trimming Store _ !***>*?_ hgWIL e.,J J f w f lerT LJf*sf h f! 4t „? lt i*i„, - — 4 u *»..»!M pt ftf (ff* 1 Maternttv SeptT"
(Dreeimakere' Suppllea" Fabric* ,M 4 ••• Urß An - N.W. TP. *-9290 4313.4 Aaaapetli Bead WA 7-I*s* 103# Elpley Street ni S-3737 7M King St. Cl. #-o*B9
913 O ft. N.W Ttrb,> DI. 7-6439 w .„- AcceeKorl**)
Nugent’s —» r? t&.i£'B2S2'
m.Wi.r-'-Won. iiirffer^’Tfitf.rfififr mt \ h „ ” v n s ; n fc, n „
Plaza Sport Shop K Rooenbergi Dept. Btore
(Sporting porta wear io£ 1 [ Kto. OV S-M?!
at * N **• T-totd ad K W, 1 » J||* Singer’s Jewelers, Inc.
The Princess Shop af_ 1 t\ v J "M I v ' 1 met Amrr oro society'
7IA Rln , ki «oso#
Arlington, Va. |
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schmid’. Emporium”* * » I L . 1 L * | wßßgrwr- * Yrrasa
Drapery
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S,B ?Bwrtto l . ta iTrearm.. Father & Son Shop
St»ort*Center /l W i
<Bporting Ooods—Bov scout squip -at Hr/ 7 A vBHiHHiHfIHiIHHMMBIiHI M Handee s Dept. Store
801 d st. n.w re. 7-2040 ;3 Wi mm /2r Ar 4 •• I 2019 e*nmi»u m* m rim m
Stewart’s . Ru InM fttf MMBMKi C*. IWifiIfnBffiBiHBSEBiBSIBSIBSMBBW:' V The Hub Men’s Shop
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Tan Fashions «i M\ j't B. I
(Women’. Weartn* Apparel) -SR Ol\ r A^-J3E—■ S I Mort’s Bootery
A? 0 12th Bt. N.W. I>l. 7--087 j 3 IHfiw AT* ZBftWlik Utl qhno« for thp PAmllvi
Town & Casual Shoes vf* Pl/l It" 1 357 n gi*4* Reed 5-974*
;!v r «?'K B nTA"-fni V »Salt* F Street
l'nion b Wallp W aper ft *
w a ariinetoa '' SUlev’s Men’s ft Boys’ Shop
fir don* * Bros Inc " T _jjr/ *fto n c.ieb. ro*4 sa. *-5*4S
(Ladiee 1 Roadv-to-wear) -^7^/ The Wardrobe
113*0 P St. N.W. NA. 8-955# ~ ... •. „„ 'Womej’e Woan
Van’s Men’s Shop J’*' wn *f* Blt4 - ja
'Men-* w*an Wales Decorators
1353 O St. NW. ST. S-S7S7 U——■ i —■— i ■■ ■■ ' 11 1 - nm N. Highland lA. 7-0580
Y*" cent H 5» ; y JSi Vater’i Shoes The Quality Shop Wynn’« Feminine Apparel
w.ta uJJu n :: N.E. Sh.eems :: J,"S , S!B»a~ , ”». l K»
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!; Connecticut Ave. | Mllrdfe ,dt’ S . Inc. "‘XSIJSTZeo radjrarvwe, &»«.'”«*.« rTb!Clark MotorCe. 1 *
!. hnnnine Area ,I SSta , V•a^2 p *s e i f< 2 % r *s l i ly> T2IA Bmltlmort Ave. UN f-Sooo fSrSSoo Shoe* for Children) 'Chrvsltr-Plymouth flat A Oorrtm,
Vn.H.K.Pom»fOT NO 7 3*30 71*8 Salttawr* An. AP 7-4*9* 'Chevrolet Sate* * Servte*) Greta Stevens
Corset Shop *??l^ et B.TL”e. C «d^!'coveto) WiTson’s W Men’s h StorM * **** y* f " jrfmuA Oafjwaw*
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1749 Cena. Ave. N.W. NO. 7 71*9 3515 Ol.dcn«4art_ 9**d N.E f .., *' orfl _ 1 I BaSI Gwria Avtoto jITJ t-Aftlf 019<4 Artlagtoa Blvd H *-1999
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Ex-Senator Cooper to Work
On Southwest Redevelopment
Former Senator John Sher
man Cooper, Republican, of
Kentucky, recently nominated by
President Eisenhower as Ambas
sador to India, has been retained
by William Zeckendorf in con
nection with proposed redevelop
ment of Southwest Washington.
The announcement was made
in New York late yesterday by
Mr Zeckendorf’s construction
firm of Webb ft Knapp. A local
representative mid today that
the agreement is actually with
Mr. Cooper's Washington tew
firm of Gardner, Morrison ft
Rogers.
However, the spokesman said,
Mr. Cooper is expected to devote
his personal efforts to the proj
ect for a general rebuilding of
the Southwest redevelopment
area for about six weeks before
he leaves for India.
• ! In the meantime the Rede
-11 velopment Land Agency yester- j
[ day gave Mr. Zeckendorf an'
| extra six months to complete
■ final plans for rebuilding the
- Southwest.
Under this memorandum the
agency agreed to assist Webb ft
’ Knapp and not offer for sale
any land in Area C in South-;
‘ west without the fern’s consent.
, RLA Chairman John A. Remon
, informally polled the member
, ship at a morning meeting
and found it favorably inclined
' to the extension.
: John R. Searles, executive di- j
. i rector of the agency, explained
r | this was being done at the re- |
t; quest of Webb ft Knapp.
;! Definite plans from the firm:
are due March 15. '
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