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THE EVENING STAR, Washington. D. C. MONDAY. APRIL 11, IBAA Gichner Futurama Exhibit To Be Viewed Tomorrow BY WILLIAM A. MILLEN Executives of several organi sations will inspect preparation of a large exhibit at the Fred S. Gichner lion Works main plant. 1214 Twenty-fourth street N.W. at 11 a.m. tomorrow, being made ready for the Washington Futurama exhibit. This exhibit, to be held May 2 to 14. will be at the downtown store of The Hecht Co.. Seventh and F streets N.W. It will show Washington business and indus try in action. Exhibits by lead ing national firms and organi zations will be part of the dis play. The Gichner firm is preparing a crimping machine, which crimps wire. It will also show the public how wire is woven into window guards, trellises and other items. A stamping machine that makes ash trays also will be part of the Gichner display. Sponsoring the Washington Futurama are the Greater Wash ington Industrial Council, Ad vertising Club of Washington. Economic Development Commit tee of the Washington Board of Trade and the Federal City Council. Awards Scheduled Awards given in the sixth an nual Commercial Art and Pho tography Show will be made to morrow at the luncheon meeting of the Advertising Club of Wash ington at the Hotel Statler at 12:30 p.m. The show is sponsored jointly by the Art Directors’ Club of Metropolitan Washington and the Ad Club. It will be on public display at the Woodner, 3636 Sixteenth street N.W. until April 23. Doan James C. Boudreau of the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y„ will present awards, in cluding a gold medal and awards for distinctive merit. Six at Friden Qualify Waverly W. Dickson and Lu lie Dickson, co-managers of the Friden Calculating Machine Dis trict office, 1724 Wisconsin ave nue N.W., announced the man agers and six salesmen here have qualified to attend the com pany’s fifth annual sales con vention. This will be held May 2 to 7 at Pebble Beach, Calif The Washingtonians will in clude: Garland H. Nelson, The odore A .Peck, Clinton S. Thom as, Christopher Smith, Leonard G. Doran and W. S. Stancil. Officials said the Dicksons, Mr. Nelson and Mr. Peck have qual ified for five straight years as top sales representatives of the company here. Assistant Manager C. DeWitt Coffman, general manager. The Woodner, an nounced Mrs. Dorothy Mason Walton, a former Ziegfleld Fol lies girl, has been named assist ant manager. Two years ago she came to The Woodner as secretary to the general man ager. She serves as personal secretary to lan Woodner, arch itect-builder of the apartment hotel. Before her present as signument, Mrs. Walton was associated with the American National Red Cross for 12 years. The Mid-Atlantic Appliances, Inc., 2859 V street N.E., has be come a distributor in this area for television and radio products of the Raytheon Manufacturing Co. Henry F. Argento, vice president and general manager of the company’s television and radio operations. Chicago, made the announcement. Texaco Dealers Meet Some 475 Texaco dealers from Washington and nearby Mary land and Virginia have attended a series of meetings at the Shoreham Hotel. J. B. Ander son, zone manager, outlined Texas Co. sales promotion and advertising programs for 1955. Participating were: R. B. Allen, division manager of Norfolk. Va.; J. M. Gregory, sales promo tion manager, and J. K. Pannill, assistant territorial manager. New York. The monthly meeting of the Grocery Wheels of Washington, MUTUAL FUNDS~~ NEW YORK, April 11 W.—National Association Securities Dealers. Inc. Noon Quotations Bid Asked Amilated Fd 6.61 H.SO Am Bus Shrs 4.21 4.50 Am Mut Fd 8.31 9.09 Assoc Fd Trust 1.40 1.01 Atom Dev Mut 14.20 15.54 Axe Houahton A 12.11 13.10 Axe Houghton B 24.78 26.113 Axe Houghton Stk 3,93 4,30 Boston Fund 30.44 32.91 Broad 8t Inv 20.54 22.71 Bullock Fund 11.30 12.39 Canada Oen Fd 10.12 10,94 Canadian Fd 15.59 16 89 Century Shrs Tr 25.40 27.40 Chemical Fd 28.46 30.77 Colonial Fd 18.74 20.34 Comwlth Invest 8.79 9.55 Cons Invest Tr 40.00 43.00 Divers Invest Fd 9.15 10 03 Dividend Shrs 2.48 2.72 Eat Sc How Bal 20.20 21.60 Eat Sc How Stk 18.04 19.29 Fidelity Fund 26.71 28.88 Fundamental Inv 14.16 15.52 Oas Indust Fd 24.72 27 02 Oen Capital 66.30 71.20 Group See Com Stk 12.12 13.27 Oroun Sec Fully Adm 9.75 10.68 Orouo Sec Oen Bd 9.38 10."8 Group Sec Tob 3.95 4.35 Guardian Mut 16.13 16 63 Hudson Fd 15.50 16 82 Incorp Investors i 5.45 1778 In,tit Found Fd 21.14 23.1 1 Instit Growth Fd 20.85 72 so Investment Co Am 8.61 9.41 Invest Tr Bost 18.31 20.01 Keystone Cust B 2 25.60 27.07 Keystone Cust B 3 19.89 21.70 Keystone Cust B 4 31.55 12.60 Keystone Cust 8 l 15,96 17.41 Keystone Cust S 2 12.22 13.34 Keystone Cust 8 3 13 84 15.10 Xeystone Cust S 4 10 06 10.98 Lexington T Fd 11.55 12 62 •Loomis Say Mut 43.25 43.25 Manhet Bond Fd 8.41 9.22 Mass Invest Tr 29.22 31 59 Mass Inv Orth Stk 26.85 29.03 Nation W Bal Fd 18 75 20.29 Natl Investors 17.29 18.69 N Sec Ser-Bond 7.78 7.96 N Sec Ser-Pref Stk 9.24 10.10 N Sec Bfr*lncome 6.17 6..4 N Sec Ser-Stork 777 8.49 New England Fd 21.08 22.77 Far Am Irv 8 75 9.25 j Fine St Fd 2o si "173 Pioneer Fd l". 50 13.59; puritan Fund 668 7. .2 Putnan 24 55 "6 54 •Scud St Sc Ck Com Btk .. 21.2 1 2121 Selected Am 8h 8.66 9 1.6 Bharehldrs Tr 11.65 12 60 Tclev Elect Fd 11.38 12.38 Unit Income Fd 18.36 19.96 Unit Science Fd 9.35 10.22 Value Line Income 8.17 #.74 WeUingUDn % M M • M"t aai|t vrlue. D. C., will be held tomorrow at the Kenwood Golf and Country Club. A film will be shown de picting the latest work of E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co. Airline Cargo Group A group of airline cargo rep resentatives in this area has formed the Air Cargo Associa tion of Washington. P. L. Deslauriers, jr., Trans-World Airlines, was chosen president. The aim of the group is to pro mote intelligent public opinion of the air interline co-operation. Other officers elected were: Vice president, Gerald Godbout, Capital Airlines; secretary treasurer, Frank B. Williams, Pan American World Airways and chairman of the member ship committee, Andrew Kress. United Airlines. Meetings will be held monthly, with the next one scheduled May 17. | HEAT^ Low-Gost Electric Panel Heating THERMOSTATIC CONTROL Porches * Bath Clean * Automatic • - • Rec. Room Fire Safe # A- Guaranl««dby 'A # Child’s Room No Maintenance Attic Bedroom Low Cost to Operate Terms ~. Nothing Down \ ST. 3-5342 RADIANT *1 •>*■**. Want to feet like a pitot feels ? - M 9 • « ’ r*L I 3 1 Today’s the day to" Join The Test Pilot Club"and see / what a thrill you get when you try Variable Pitch Dynaflow* I / We ’re not kidding. absolute smoothness—you get the action you want, and s*id • sleuth: Ahi The myotery's unr»veitn'- . .... ...... , „ _ chiit c ernn/l nuirh About cuts that "take off like e javelin." When you try a ’55 Buick with Variable Pitch Dynaflow, s P ltt secona Q u • Bnt awitoh you’ll feel like a pilot does when he heads his plane Jt’s t h e thrill that’s the talk of the industry-perform- outs variable Piteh _ e t ft t • # Too w§w oaro. wow you n wxar*. down a runway for take-ofl. ance unlike anything you have ever known before on Boy, that's traveling For you, in the driver’s seat, are doing what that pilot the ground. (Why don't xou try a Buick?) does-you’re changing the pitch of your propellers—one And so many folks have been asking to try it that we way for instant response on getaway-another way for Buick dealers across America have set up April as better gas mileage in cruising. “Test Pilot Club” Month. All it takes to join the “Club” SPECIAL I *A A A Ann \our propellers are whirling in oil, deep inside the is a test drive at the wheel of a new Buick. That s all. t/ie * Door aai|)ii| „ tlJnn | ZvuU Dynaflow unit. When you press the pedal in the normal g Q we i nv ite you to win your “wings”- to try * (illu,,ro ' ,d| ,r ) way, you hold those propellers in their economy angle the spect acular performance of Variable Pitch - and you enjoy plenty more miles from your gasoline. Dynaflow-and to feel the mighty V 8 power that puts I such D.fro»l.r- *582.00; * odi « * Antonno—s93.°oo. J But when you want instant acceleration - for quick the whip to these gorgeous new Buick beauties. Drop getaway, or for a sudden safety-surge of emergency in this week. power you just press the pedal way down, and with *Dynafiow Drnt ti standard on RoMdnusttt, optional st sxtrt cost on olhsr Strut. Thrill of the year Is Buick j t * * BHILE STABS KM BUICK-Swikogmck-Btrlo Show AHtn<ofrTuMdoyEv»«ing t 1 WHO* UTTW AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK Will BUILD THEM ■ EMtRSON fr OftME, INC. STANLEY H. HORNER, INC. OTHO WILLIAMS BUICK CAITHNESS BUICK, INC. WILLIS BUICK, INC. 17th and M Sti N.W. 1529 14th Strcat N.W. 1710 Good Hep* Road S.E. / 7700 Witconiin Avanua 8526 Georgia Avanua Wath., 0. C. 01. 7-SIOO Wash., 0. C. HO. 2-9200 Wash. 20. 0. C. LUdlow 4-7800 Bathasda, Md. OL. 4-3000 Silver Spring, Md. JU. 9-6543 STEWART BUICK. INC. TEMPLE MOTOR CO. HYATTSVILLE AUTO fr PAGE-HUGHES BUICK, INC. 1119 Wilson Blvd. 1912-14 Diagonal Road SUPPLY CO., INC. 621 Arlington Mvd. (Rta. SO) Arlington, Va. Alexandria, Va. 5323 Bahimara Avanua Balls Church, Va. Licansa No. 310 JA. 2-5300 License No. 14 Kl. 1-4800 HyattsviUa, Md. WA. 7-4020 License Na. 535 JEffartoa 3-9700 it * 4* * » f J CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO. April 11 i/P) — (USD A) Salabie hogs 8.500; fairly active. 25 to as much as 50 higher than Friday on all hogs; moat choice 190-230 lb butchers 18.00-18.25; several decks No. 1 and 2 grades 190-220 lbs 19.35-18.50; bulk 230-280 lb 17.50-18.00: 280-310 lb 17.00-17.50; heavier weights scarce, a few lots 320-360 lb 10.75-17.00; sows under 450 lb largely 15.50-10.25; a few choice under 350 lb to 10.50; larger lots 450-000 lb 14.50-15.50; good clearance. Salable cattle 17.000: salable calves 400: prime steers scarce: good and choice steers slow, steady to 50 lower; utility and commercial fully steady: bulls steady to 50 higher: vealers steady to 1.00 higher: two loads high choice to mostly prim*, steers held above 3.00; a few loads choice to low prime 27.50-29.00- most choice steers 24.00-27.00: good to low choice grades 20.00-23.73; a few utility steers down to 15.00: a small lot prime 1.085 lb heifers 20.50: a load of choice and prime 1.050 lb heifers 2H.00: bulk good and choice heifers 10.50-24.00; utility and commercial cows 12 25-15.50: canners and cutters 10.00- 12.50; utility and commercial bulls 15.00-17.00; good and choice vealers 20.00-20.00: top 27.00: utility and commercial grades 11.00-20.00; stockers and feeders slow, very few early sales; two loads choice around 1,000 lb feeding steers 22.50. Salable sheep 3.000: market not en tirely established: slaughter lambs mainly steady with last week; sheep about steady: good to orime. mostly good and choice wooled slaughter lambs lio lb. down 21 00-22.75; cull to low good lambs 13.50-20.00. METAL QUOTATIONS NEW YORK. April 11 <*.— Soot non ferrous metal prices todav: Copper 30 cents a pound Connecticut Valley. Lead 15 cents a pound. New York. Zinc 12 cents a pound. East St. Louis. Tin 91 5 t cents a pound. New York. At Pitts oureh—Scrap steel No 1 heavy quoted at 38.00-39.00. j Four Face Trial Soon On Rhee Plot Charge j SEOUL. April 11 UP).— The S prosecutor’s office said today jfour persons will go on trial in >a week or two on charges of plotting assassination of Presi dent Rhee. They were indicted Saturday. The four were among seven arrested last month in a police raid on what police officials called a Communist cell hideout. 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The officer identified the other dead as: Simm Joseph Wyatt, 47, Bar relvllle, Md., owner of a 1948 sedan going east, who also was killed instantly. Russell E. Carr, 48, Barrelville, driver of the Wyatt celt, who died in Grafton City Hospital about two hours after the accident. Mrs. Sylvia Wyatt, 68-year-old mother of Simm Wyatt and a resident of Mount Savage. She died en route to the hospital. Warm Mail Box HAVEN, Kans (TP).— Neighbors smiled when they saw the mail box at the Ray Tuttle farm clad in a jacket with fur collar. But it wasn't to keep the mail box warm, explained the Tuttles. They'd found the jacket lying in the road and figured the loser | might come by again and reclaim it. lllilllilillllillilillillllilliililHili] | “THERE’S | MONEY IN THIS CA.SE, 1 Mr. Sherlock Holmes never undertook a case tor [0 d Columbia Federal Savings and Loan Association. But (0 d if he had. he'd have found "money in this case.” (0 M because the many friends of Columbia Federal know [0 d their money grows in our care. m ■ That’s why they’ve built Columbia Federal to its Jg present position of leadership in Washington. Those Jg generous, twice-a-year dividends .. . those free park- £j|j ing lots (1003 H Street and 823 11th Street, N.W.) . . . that special personal attention and sincere coun- [j|j sel . . . have attracted many friends to Columbia [jfj |ol Federal. U I 11 Set "The Adventures of Sherlock p 1 Holmeson WRC-TV Channel 4 p ... Monday, ct 7 >.m. | n 1 D 1 | JkColumbia Federal p -/fSk. Saving* | (0) A and LOAN ASSOCIATION b 730 Eleventh S»., N.W. b Mi REpublie 7-7111 1 y /ji&k'f// Assets ortr S3),000,000 |= m ce>Kef ° uver ' pr *. 101 Mambtr: fgdgrot Savings and |[a]| p Columbia th. FroUcb.,, to °" ,o ‘“ ,onrt Corporo.ic d u lllillllliilillUlllllllllllltl j Longer Illnesses 1 1 NEW YORK. Researcher! : estimate that as a result of an ‘ aging population the number of | disabling illnesses lasting seven : consecutive days or longer is likely to be 25 to 30 per cent 1 higher in 1960 than in the 1940 s I and 40 to 50 per cent greater by 1975.