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AUCTION SALES—FUTURE DAYS.
_(Continued.)_
TV'am "a WEBCHLER a BON. Auctioneers
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IM
PROVED REAL ESTATE. KNOWN AS
1841 COLUMBIA ROAD N W . BEING AN
APARTMENT CONTAINING ABOUT 110
APARTMENTS AND SIX SI ORES
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly
facorded In Liber No. 6339. folio 409 et seq..
Of the land records of the District of Co
lumbia. and at the request of the parties
secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will offer for sale by Public auction, in
front of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE
$th DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1932. AT FOUR
O'CLOCK PM. the following-described land
and premises, situate in the District of Co
lumbia. to wit: Part of lot 28 in Margaret
t. and Lawrence Sand s subdivision of lots
5, 6 and 7 of the subdivision by the heirs
of John Little of parts of the tracts of land
called -Mount Pleasant" and 'Pleasant
Plains.” now known as “Mintwood as per
plat recorded in Liber County No 6. folio 13.
of the records of the office of the surveyor
for the District of Columbia. Also part of
lot 321 In Robert O. Holtzman. trustee s. sub
division of parts of the tracts of land known
as Mount Pleasant" and “Pleasant Plains,
as per plat recorded in Liber County No 10.
folio 53 of the aforesaid surveyors office
records, all described by metes and bounds
in one parcel as follows- Beginning for the
same at the northeasterly corner of said lot
thrpp hundred and twenty-one (321' and
running thenre in a southerly direction
along the westerly line of Columbia road,
as dedicated and shown on plat recorded in
Lib^r County No. 6 folio 130. of the afore
said surveyor s < fftce records 166 95 feet
more or less, to the northerly line of Mint
wood plate thenre westerly along said
northerly line of Mintwood place 138.5 feet,
more or less, to the easterly line of a public
alley. 16 feet wide, as dedicated and shown
on a plat recorded in Liber No. 90. folio 90.
of the aforesaid surveyors office records,
thence northerly alone said easterly line of
said alley to the northerly line of said lot
28. said point being also at an angle in said
line of said alley; thence north still with said
easterly line of said alley to the northwest
erly corner of said lot 321: thenre easterly
along the northerly line of said lot 321 to
the northeasterly corner of said lot and the
place of beginning. Subiect to the building
restriction line as shown on plats recorded
in Liber County No 6. folio 130. and Liber
County No 10. folio 53. of the aforesaid
Surveyor's office records.
Terms of sale; The above property will be
gold sub'ect to a prior deed of trust for
J625.000 at 6 4 10^ due June 18. 1934. inter
est pavable semi-annually balance to be
paid in oa^h. A deposit of 110.000 required
of purchaser at time of sale. All convey
ancing. recording and notarial foes at cost
of puchaser Terms of sale to be complied
with wnhm thirty days from day of sale,
otherwise the trustees reserve the right to
resell the property at the risk and cost of
the defaulting purchaser, after five days’
advertisement of such resale in some news
paper published in the city of Washing
ton. D. C
ROGER J WHITEFORD.
WALTER M. B ASTI AN
ja21.d&dslnc].Su_Trustees.
*THOS J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS,
1431 EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE MODERN
RESIDENCE 'DETACHED- AT 3904
NORTHAMPTON STREET NORTHWEST.
WASHINGTON. D C.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded in Librr No. 5478. folio 455 et s*q .
of the land records of the District of Co
lumbia. and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will
sell at public auction, in front of the prem
ises. on FRIDAY THE FIFTH DAY OF FEB
RUARY A D 1932. AT FOUR O'CLOCK
P M . the following-described land and prem
ises. situate in the District of Columbia,
ar.d designated as and being lot numbered
forty-two * 421 in Eugene A Smith's subdi
vision of lots In square seventeen hundred
and forty-six <1746'. "Connecticut Avenue
Terrace " as per plat recorded in the office
of the surveyor for the District of Columbia.
In Liber 70 at folio 197
Terms of sale Sold subject to a first deed
of trust in the sum of $7,500 and a second
deed of trust in the amount of about $800.
further particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale: the purchase price
above said trusts to be paid in cash. A de
posit of $500 required. Conveyancing, re
cording. etc., at purchaser s cost. Terms to
be complied with within thirty days, other
wise deposit forfeited and the property may
be advertised and resold at the discretion
of the trustees.
JAMES D HOBBS.
HOWARD A. BURNS
Ja27.29.fel.3.5 Trustees.
THOS J. OWEN A: SON AUCTIONEERS
1431 EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE
Situate at the Southeast Corner
of Connecticut Avenue and
Eye Street Northwest, im
proved by a 7-story brick and
stone apartment and office
building, known as The Ro
chambeau, and by a 5-story
brick office building known
as premises 1624 Eye Street
Northwest.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded in Lioer No. 5797. folio 364 et seq.,
of the land records of the District of Co
lumbia. and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will
sell at public auction, in front of the prem
ises. on TUESDAY. THE SIXTEENTH DAY
OF FEBRUARY. AD 1932. AT FOUR
O CLOCK P M . the following described land
and premises, situate in the city of Wash
ington. District of Columbia, and designated
as and being lot twenty-one <21) in W. W
Corcoran s subdivision of square one hun
dred and eighty-six '186'. as per plat re
corded in Liber 10. folio 114, of the records
of the office of the surveyor of the District
of Columbia. Also lot thirty-eight <38* in
Francis H. Duehay's subdivision of lots in
square one hundred and eight-six '186». as
per plat recorded in Liber 28. folio 67. of the
aforesaid surveyor's office records.
Terms of sale: One hundred thousand
dollars '$100,0001 of the purchase money to1
be paid in cash, fifty thousand dollars
($50.000• in one year; fifty thousand dollars
($50 000) in two years, balance in three
years with interest at six per centum per
annum, payable semi-annually from date of
sale, secured by deed of trust upon the prop
erty sold, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser A deposit of twenty-five thou
sand dollars ($25.000> will be required at
time of sale All conveyancing, recording
etc . at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to
be complied with within thirty days from
day of sale, othnv.,se the trustees reserve
the right to resell the property at the risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five
days advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington D. C
WILLIAM MONTGOMERY.
NATIONAL SAVINGS AND
TRUST COMPANY.
By WILLIAM D. HOOVER, President.
Trustees.
♦Seal.) Attest; E PERCIVAL WILSON.
Secretary.
3al3.16.20,23.27,30-fe3,5,6.8,9.10.11,12.13.15.16
THOMAS DOWLING & CO.. Auctioneers
Auction Sale of
of Every Description
Smith's Transfer and Storage
Warehouse
No. 1313 U St. N.W.
Friday, February 5
__At 10:30 O’Clock AM fe3.4*
THOS J. OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS.
1431 EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING. KNOWN AS
1635 19th ST N.W
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded, in Liber No. 6200. folio 462 et seq..
of the land records of the District of Co
lumbia. and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will
■ell at public auction, in front of the prem
ises on MONDAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF
FEBRUARY A D 19.32. AT THREE-THIRTY
O CLOCK PM, the following described land
and premises, situate in the city of Wash
ington. District of Columbia, and designated
■ s and being lot lettered "A" In A. D. Can
non's subdivision of lots in square 134, as
per plat recorded in the office of the sur
veyor for the District of Columbia in Liber
R L H at folio 366.
Said property will be sold subject to
a prior deed of trust for $6,000. par
ticulars of which will be announced at
the time of sale The purchase price
above said prior trust to be paid one
third in cash, balance in two equal install
ments. payable in one and two years, with
interest at six per centum per annum, pay
able semi-annually, from day of sale, se
cured by deed of trust upon the property
■old. or all cash, at the option of the pur
chaser A deposit of $500 00 will be required
at time of sale All conveyancing record
ing:. etc . at cost of purchaser. Terms of
■ale to be complied with uithin 30 days from
day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve
the right to resell the property at the risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five
days' advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington. D. C.
HARRY K BOSS.
H. GLENN PHELPS.
Jt27.29-fel.3.5 8 Trustees.
LEGAL NOTICES.
F. E. YOUNGMA.N, Attorney.
SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF
Columbia —In re The application of Iva
M Sinn lor change of name.—No. 53950.
Equity Doc.—Iva M. Sinn having filed a
petition praying for a decree changing her
same to Lucinda Crile. and having apDlied
to the court for an order of publication of
the notice required by law in such cases, it
Js by the court this 2nd day of February.
A D 1932. ordered that all persons concerned
show cause, if any there be. on or before
the 10th day of March. A.D. 1932. why the
prayers of said petition should not be grant
ed. provided a copy of this order be pub
lished once a week for three consecutive
weeks before said day in The Evening Star
newspaper PEYTON GORDON. Justice.
<Seal. * A true copy. Test: FRANK E.
CUNNINGHAM. Clerk. By WILLIAM W.
8TICKNEY. Assistant Clerk. fe3.10.17
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the new statistics on Government per
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the city.
The figures, which comprise the first
set of their kind ever tabulated, dis
close many new trends never known
before in the Government pay roll, and
are giving food for thought especially
to those who have favored or opposed
the wage cut for Government workers.
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come from those who see in the figures
little hope for the wage cutters.
By far the most of the Government
pay goes to people who are in the lower
paid brackets, as a matter of fact about
three-fourths of the money goes to peo
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out of the pocketbooks of Government
workers, the table show's, it would be
necessary to take it away from the
people who get the lower salaries.
For instance, it was pointed out to
day. there appears to be slight comfort
in the figures for any one proposing a
cut in the salaries of all receiving more
than $5,000 a year. The total salaries
paid to persons in the brackets above
this figure amount to $44,663,581, arid
a 10 per cent cut of this would give
the Government only about $4,466,000.
With the Government fighting a
deficit which on January 30 amounted
to $1,512,532,529.33, it was said today
bv opponents of a wage cut that the
$4 000.000 to be realized by cutting high
salaries would be only a drop in the
bucket, and would do far more harm
in demoralization of personnel than it
would do good in helping to balance
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Columbia—“Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”
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R-K-O Keith's—"Prestige,” at 10:20
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Palace—"Lovers Courageous,” at 11:30
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Metropolitan—"The Speckled Band”
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Tivoli—"Safe in Hell,” at 2, 3:55.
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Ambassador—"Possessed," at 6:15, 8
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SEATS NOW: Regular prices. 50c to $3.
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Mail Orders: National Theatre Box Office
GAYETY-BURLESK
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“GYPSY" RAE REED
GERTRUDE REED
AND
LEE HICKMAN
_AMUSEMENTS.__
Tbur». A
Saturday
At 2:30.
50c-$1.50
5th Play Prof. Player* 2d Sob. Season.
SIDNEY PHILLIPS and
HARLAN THOMPSON present
“Blessed Event”
A New Comedy bv MANTEL SEFF and
FORREST WILSON.
ROGER PRYOR and 30 others
Next Mon. Mail Order* Now. Seats
Thurs. Eves. 50c to *3.041: ‘itirs. Mat.
50e to *2.04>: Sat. Mat. t- r2.50.
STONE
wrt* PAULA STOMf
Albertina Rasch Dancers
Roy Lotti Billy
Royston Loder Taylor
75-Glorious Ensemble- 75
FRITZ REINER. f ondortine
VLADIMIR HOROWITZ, Soloist.
FEB 9, 8:45 ConZTloB
Tickets. 93.25, $3. $2.75, *2. $1.50.
$1. T. Arthur Smith. 1330 G st.. in
Homer I.. Kitt’s. s
Doors close 8; 45 until intermission.
LAST 2 DAYS
IN PERSON
J Jam's Dunn
WB DYNAMIC SCREEN
(J *T*R
rZane Grey’s
‘Rainbow Trail
FANCHO.N A MARCO S
“CIRCUS DAYS”
JOHN CHARLES
THOMAS
Baritone, Chicago Opera
Constiution Hall.. Sat. Eve.. Feb. 19, 8.30
Tickets Mrs. Wilvon-Greene s Bureau,
Droop's, 1300 G st.; Dist. 6493.
ROSA ~
PONSELLE
Constitution Hall. Wed.. Feb. 1*. 4.30.
Seats Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Bureau.
Droop's. 1300 G st.: Dist. 6493.
CHILDREN S CONCERT
By the
NATIONAL
SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
OF WASHINGTON. D. C.
HANS K1NDLER, Conductor
Central Hish School, 13th and Clifton Sts.
Saturday Morning. Feb. 6. 11 o’clock.
Tickets, 50c
Now on sale Mrs Wilson-Greene’s Bureau,
Droop’s. 1300 G st.: Dist. 6493_
FAIRLAWN ^?ARY Sb!A'aN ' in'
“THE RUNAROUND"
Warner Bros.
AMBASSADOR coTlrU
JOAN CRAWFORD A CLARK
_GAELE. "POSSESSED _
Warner Bros.' _
APOLLO 621 B SL N E
BERT WHEELER & ROBERT WOOL
SEY. PEACH O RENO." S. S.
_VAN DINE MYSTERY._
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A\I A I fA\l Conn. Ave. and
AVALUN McKinley St.. D C.
ALFRED LUNT A LYNNE FON
TANNE. GUARDSMAN."_
Warner Bros.
AVENUE GRAND *•£&.
SIDNEY FOX & PAUL LUKAS.
"STRICTLY DISHONORABLE.-'
RIPLEY VITAPHONE SHORT &
_ SCREEN SOUVENIR. No. 3._
Warner Bros.' . _
CENTRAL 9,h 8t‘ Bet D *nd *
ERIC LINDEN & ARLINE JUDGE.
_ ARE THESE OPR CHILDREN.
Warner Bros.'
CO? ONY r,a'Are’ 4 Farraru, 8t
SIDNEY FOX & PAUL LUKAS.
•STRICTLY DISHONORABLE.1'
HAL LE ROY VITAPHONE SHORT.
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HOME c 8t N E
JOAN CRAW FORD & CLARK
GABLE POSSESSED NEW
MAN TRAVEL TALK & SCREEN
_ SOUVENIR. No. 4._
SAV0YrO'“h 4 CoL “■ NW
LYNNE FONTANNE & ALFRED
LUNT. "GUARDSMAN. '_
Warner Bros.’ . „ , „ „
nth & Park Ed. N.W.
SAFE IN HELL WITH DOROTHY
MACK. A ILL BING CROSBY
COMEDY & HAL LE ROY VITA
PHONE SHORT._
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GARY COOPER & CLAUDETTE COL
FT TING' VITAPHONE SHORT___
CAROLINA ■ THF4 BIGC PARADE/''
» ifn JOHN GILBERT. ' Perfect SoundU
ARCADE KOCKVrLLE- ,5C and ~
friends and lovers_
BETHFSDA. MD.
MAIL Home of Western-Electric Sound
RUTH CHATTERTON in ONCE A
LADY. Comedy.
DUMBARTON
and JACKIE COOPER in THE
CHAMP Comedy.
PRINCESS “SAW* „A
J'SSuf aRfAfLaPiHr f;RAddfd 'shoU
Subjects.___.
.rrn SILVFR SPRING. MD.. lac & 25c
SECO RUTH CHATTERTON.
• ONCE A LADY."_——
a. a |/a|i i 4th and Butternut Sts.
TAKOMA No Parkinr Troubles.
BORIS KARLOFF in
“FRANKENSTEIN_
ASHTON CLARENDON. VA.
JACKIE COOPER & ROBERT COOGAN.
■SOOKY."__
DIRECTION SIDNEY LUST
HIPPODROME Double Feature
^Reginald* Denny MBKSS
mum MT RAINIER. MD.
CAmtU Today-Tomorrow
JANET C.AYNOR-CHARLES FARRELL
“DELICIOUS”
A DT A nr HYATTSVII.I.E. J1D.
AKLADL Today-Tomorrow
Irene Dunn in "Consolation Marriage '
Richmond
Maribn Miller in "Her Majesty. Love/'
einri C 2105 Pa. Ave.. Ph. W. 0053
LiKLLF. Home of the Mirror Screen
BILL BOYD. DOROTHY SEBASTIAN.
WARNER OLAND. ZASU PITTS. "THE
BIG GAMBLE " WHEELER & WOOL
_SEY, "CLEOPATRA."_.
JESSE THEATER Tt,& ^.e."1
R. C A. Pbotophone.
JAMES DUNN and SALLY EILERS in
"OVER THE HILL/ Comedy. News.
_Song._____
CVI V A kl 1st A R. I. Avf. N.W.
MLVAN BEBE DANIELS and
WARREN WILLIAMS in "HONOR OF
THE FAMILY." Comedy. News.
CT A klTAki 6th and C Sts. N.E.
5 IAN 1 UN Finest Sound Equipment
PAUL LUKAS, THE BELOVED BACH
ELOR."__
I VDir GAITHERSBURG. MD.
LI AIL EVELYN BRENT in
"PAGAN LADY." Laurel and Hardy
Comedy. Mickey Mouse.
DANCING^ ______
PROF. AND MRS. ACHF’ 1127 10th Street
n.w Class and dance i orchestra every
Monday and Friday. 1:30 pm. Private
lessons by appointment. ..tilt. 4180. Est. 1900.
TANGO HOUR
50 beautiful Tango steps and combinations.
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