People, Mar. 26, 1973

After serving for two years and five months in such posts as Newport, R.I., and Jacksonville, Fla., and on the waters of the Mediterranean, Navy Lieutenant (j.g.) David Eisenhower, 25, will return to Washington next month to seek his fortune in civilian life—though not without a little help from his friends. Waiting for him will be a $110,000 brick rambler in suburban Bethesda, Md., picked out by his wife Julie and her mother Pat Nixon but bought by C.G. ("Bebe") Rebozo, the President's businessman pal. The Eisenhowers will pay an undisclosed amount of...

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