OCR Interpretation


Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 17, 1947, Image 19

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045462/1947-04-17/ed-1/seq-19/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for A-19

i Mil moticb. i
w*?img Preb«te Court—N*. 88.508TAd
5tn utratlo®.—Th If is t« Give Notice:
Rat the subscriber. ot the District of
rniumble het obtelned from the Pro
f.-e Court of the Dletriet of Columbia,
fitters Testamentary an the estate of
feiiiish H. Wheat, late bf the District of
Columbia- deeeased. All persons having
eisims ssslnst the deeessed are hereby
wsrned to exhibit the same, with the
imi'hers thereof, letalty authentteatsd,
tn the subscriber, on or before the 31st
aiy of Mareh, A.D. 1848; otherwise they
miv by law be excluded from all benefit
ot said estate. Given under Its hand this
?4th dsy of April, 1847. THE WASH
INGTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY.
BERNARD L. AMISS, Asslstant-Trust
Offiecr. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J.
MARQUES. Deputy ReeRter of Wills for
the District of Columbia, Clerk ef the
Probete court. apl7.24mrl.
DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED
States for the Dletriet of Columbia.
Heldlnt Probate Court.—No. 88.822,Ad
ministrttion—This It to Give Notice:
That the subscribers, of the State of
Maryland have obtained fTom the Probate
Court ef the District ef Columbia, Letters
Testamentary on the estate of Elisabeth
Bancroft Biles, late of the District of Co
lumbia, deceased. All persons having
rialms (gainst the deceased are hereby
named to exhibits the same, with the
vouchers thereof, legally authenticated,
to the subscribers, on or before the 17th
cay of Mareh, A.D. 1848; otherwise
they may by lew be excluded from ell
benefit of said eetete. Given under our
bands this 14th day of April. 1847. EDITH
GRANTHAM BUSS. ELEANOR ALBERT
BUSS. 1028 North Calvart St., Balti
more 2. Md. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J.
MARQUES. Deputy Register of Will* for
•he District of Columbia, Clerk of the
Probate Court. (ol7.24myl.
JOSEPH r. ONDRICK, Attorney.
MM IJttk II . M W
DISTRICT COURT OR THE UNITED
States for the District of Columbia.
Holdins Probate court.—No. 68710. Ad
ministration.—This 1* to Give Notice:
That the subscriber, of the District of
Columbia has obtained from the Probate
Court of the District of Columbia. Letters
ef Administration on the estate of Kath
ryn Murphy, late ef the Dlatrlct of Co
lumbit. deceased. All persons having
claims tgainst the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with the
rouehers thereof, legally authenticated, to
the subscriber, on or before the 18th day
cf February. A.D. 19*8; otherwise they
may by law be excluded from all benefit
of said estate. Given under my hand this
14 th day of April, 1947. JAMES T.
VOLET. 1025 Conn. Ave., N.W. (Seal.)
Attest: MELVIN J MARQUES. Deputy
R-st.'ter of Wills for the District of Co
lumbia, Clerk of the Probate Court.
»cl7 24myl.
CROMELTN, TOWNSEND. CAMALIER A
KIRKLAND, LLOVD FLETCHER Jr.,
Attorneys. National Frees Building.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for the District of Columbia.
Holding a Probate Court. — Estate of
Minnie Lee Harrison. Deceased. — No.
*e.9T] Administration Docket 145.—
Application having been made herein for
probata of the last will and testament of
paid deceased, and for letters testamen
tary on said estate, by Paul B. Cromelln,
it is orderad this 14th day of April, A.D.
1947, that Weber H. Snyder. James Snyder,
Josh Snyder Mattie Reese. Lola Russell.
Arthur Stansbury and unknown he1rs-a‘
law and next-of-kln of Minnie Lee Harri
son. deceased, and all others concerned,
appear in aald Court on Monday, the 26th
. day of May. A.D. 1947. at 10:00 o’clock
AM. to show cause why such application
should not be granted. Let notice hereof
be published in the Washington Law Re
po'ter and The Evening Star, once in each
of three successive weeks before the return
day herein mentioned, the first publication
to be r.ot leas than thirty days before said
return day. Witness, the Honorable
BOLTTHA J LAWS. Chief Justice of said
Court, this 14th day of April, A.D. 1947.
(Seal) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES
Deputy Register Of Willi for the District
of Columbia Clerk of the Probate Court
aol7.24myl
It. P. HOLLINGSWORTH. Attorney._
DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED
States for the District of Columbia
Holding g Probate Court.—Estate of Alice
Thacher Poet, Deceased.—No. 88.909. Ad
ministration Docket left.—Application
having been mede herein for probate ol
the last will and testament of said de
ceased. end for letters testamentary on
said estate, by The National Metropolitan
Bank of Washington. It Is ordered thle
14th dgy of April. A.D. 19*7. that Mary
Putnam. Worcester Putnam. Amy Thacher.
Caroline O. Thacher, Catherine Vickery:
Amelia R. Thacher and Oeraldlne D
Thacher. minors. Elisabeth Thacher. In
competent and Mrs. Georgia Hamm. Super
intendent of "Outlook Rest Horae.1’ her
custodian, and all others concerned, ap
pear In said Court on Monday, the 20th
day of May, A.D. 1947. at 10:00 o’clock
A.M... to shew cause why sueh applica
tion should not be granted Let notice
hereof be published In the "Washington
Law Reporter” and "The Evening Star.’’
once In each of three successive weeks
before the return day herein mentioned,
the first publication to be not leas then
thirty days before said return day. wit
ness, the Honorable BOLITKA J. LAWS,
Chief Justice of said Court, this 14th day
of_April. AD 1947. (Seal.) Attest:
MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of
Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probate Court. apl7.24.my1
**ETEB N CHt MBRIS LOl’IS P. MANI
ATT8. jbHN J. CHARCHAjj, Attorneys.
DISTRICT COUT?T "oF l4fe UNITED
gtates for the District of Columbia.
Boldina a Probate Court_Estate of Gus
G Llaskos. also known as Constantine
George Llaskos and Kostoe Loskos. De
ceased,—No. 08.892. Administration Dock
et 1*5.—Application having been made
herein for probate of the last will and
testament of said deceased, end for let
ters testamentary on said estate, by Georte
N Pistoles, it la ordered this 14th day of
April, A.D. 1947. that Georte Petroa
Llaskos. the unknown heirs at law, and
all others concerned, sppesr In said Court
en Monday, the 20th day of May, AD.
1947. at 10:00 o'clock A.M, to show
esuse why sueh application should not be
granted. _Let notice hereof be published
m the "Washington Law Reporter” and
"The Evening Otar,” once in each of three
successive weeks before the return dav
herein mentioned, the first publication to
oe not leas thanthlrty days before said
return day. Witness, the Honorsble
BOUTHA J. LAWS. Chief Justice of said
Court, thh l4th day of April, A.D. 1947.
(Seal A Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES.
Deputy Register of Wills for the District
ol Columbia. Clerk of the Probata Court.
apl7,2*,myl__
” S—•, . - • ViniAlS
728 18th Street. N.W.
DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED
State* for the District ol Columbia.
Holding Probate court.—No. 89.003. Ad
ministration—This la to Give Notice:
That the subscriber, of the District of Co
lumbia hat obtained from the Probate
Court of the District of Columbia. Letters
of Administration C.T.A., on the estate
of Daisy J/sn LePlohic. also known as
Daisy J. LePlohic. lste of the District |f
Columbia, deceased. All persons having
claims against the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, witn the
voucher* thereof, legally authenticated, to
the subscriber, on or before the 8th day
Of April. £D. 1948; otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all benefit of said
estate. Given under its hand this 9th day
of April. 1947. AMERICAN SECURITY
AND TRUST COMPANY. By: BARL O
JOKBCHER. -Assistant Trust Officer. (Seal.)
Attest: Ma.VIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Reg
ister of Wills for the District of Columbia,
Clerk of the Probate Court.
tpl7.iM.mrl
; lioal woncts
fumble! ha* f from toe*1Probata
Court of the_at Columbia, Letters
Testamentary on the estate of Charles
Levis, late of the District of Columbia, de
ceased. All persona bavins claims against
the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit
the seme, with the voucher? thereof, lecally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on or
before the 7th day of AprlL A.D. 1948:
otherwise they may by law be exe.uded
fri all benefit of said eatate. Given
day of April
1800 14th St.
_1 A. BROWN.
Deputy Refilter of Will? for the District of
Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
apl7.S4.myl
CHARLES E. FOSTER, Attorney.
55*3 18th St. H.W. _
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for the District of Columbia,
Holdint a Probata Court.—Estate of Edwin
Clark. Deceaaed.—No. 68.9S7, Adminis
tration Docket 148.—Application havlnt
been made herein lor letter* of adminis
tration os said eatate, by Charles 1.
Poster. It is ordered this 15th day of
April. A.D. 1947, that the unknown hairs
at law and next of kin of Edwin Clark,
deceaaed, and all ethers concerned, appear
in said Court on Monday, the 26th day.
Of May. A.D. 1947. at 10:06 o'clock A.M..
to shew cause why such application
should not be granted. Let notice hereof
be published in the Washington Law
Reporter and The Evening 8tar, once in
each of three suceessive weeks before the
return day herein mentioned, the first
publication to be not less than thirty days
before said return day, Wltneii. the
Honorable BOLITHA J. LAWS, Chief
Justiee o' said Court, this 15th day of
April, A.D. 1947. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN
J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills
for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the
Probate Court.apl7.*4mrl.
SAMUEL W. MeCABT. Attorney for
_ „ PUiaUR, 9*3 15th Street N.W.
Filed Apr, 15, 1947. Charles E. Stewart.
_ Clerk.
IN_ THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Co
lumbia— Mary Lonise Nettles, Plaintiff vs.
Benjamin Edward Nettles, Defendant.—
Civil Action 1253-47.—ORDER OF PUB
LICATION—ABSENT DEFENDANT.—The
object of this suit Is to obtain an absolute
divorce based on desertion. On motion of
the plaintiff, it is, this 16th day of April,
1947, entered that the defendant. Ben
iamin Edward Nettles, cause his appear
ance to be entered herein on or before the
fortieth day, exclusive of Sundays and
legal holidays, occurring after the day of
the flrat publication of this order; other
wise the cause will be proceeded with as
in ease of default. Provided, a copy of
this order be published once t week for
three successive weeks in the Washington
La* Reporter and The Washington Evening
|l«'bcfore, said day. »S) JAMES M.
.PROCTOR, Justice. (Seal.) A true copv.
Tast: CHARLES E. STEWART, Clerk. By
CLARA F. rONNELL, Deputy Clerk.
; apl7.84.myl _
DENNIS COLLINS, *30 Shereham.
; Filed April 8, 1947. Charles E. Stewart.
IN THE DISTRICTercOURT OF THE
United States lor the District of
Columbia—MYRNA 8EDOWICK.' «t:!9 G
Street N.W., Washington. D. C-. Plaintiff!
X t MARY HANNAN, MARGARET KELLY,
. wary SHEAHAN.
MARGARTT SHEAHAN, DANIEL 8HEA
HAN, JOHN SHEAHAN, and ■■ ■
SHEAHAN, (the last named e Son of
Michael Sheehan, deceaeed.) U living or
If deceased, their unknown heirs at law,
devisees, and alienees, Defendants.—Civil
Aet'on No. 718-47.—ORDER OP PUBLI
CATION.—The object of thU suit Is to
establish of record the title of the plain
tiff, by adverse possession, In end to pert
?! *** ? *n Boyers 41 described
as follows: Beginning for the seme it
the Northwest corner of said lot end
running thence South along the Beet line
of 24th Street, "7 feet 11 inches: thence
East 109 feet 8 Inches to the East line
of »»ld lot; thence North alonr said East
line 27 feet 11 inches to the Northeast
corner of said lot; thenee West 109 feet
8 in cnee to th« place of betinnlnt.
Designated on the records of the assessor
of the District of Columbia for taxation
purposes ss Lot 811 in Square 41. Upon
motion of the plaintiff. It Is by the Court
this 8th day of April. 1947. ORDERED
That .Mary Hannan. Margaret Kelly.
Ellen Maloney. Mery Sheehan. Margaret
Sheehan. Daniel Sheahan, John Sheahan,
»“d. - Sheehan, (the last two
children of Michael Sheehan, deceased),
if living and If dead, their unknown heirs,
devisees, end alienees, caused their ap
Pearence to be entered herein on or before
the first rule day occurring after the
explretton of the.40th day, exclusive of
Sundays and holidays from the first day
of publication of this order, otherwise,
this cause will be proceeded with u In
the ease of default; provided e c.py of
this order be published once a week for
three consecutive weeks In the Washington
Lew Reporter end The Evening Star news
paper. rood cause having been shown why
longer publication Is unnecessary. (S>
MATTHEW P. McGUIRE, Justice. (Seel.)
A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEW
ART. Clerk. By CLARA T. CONNELL.
Deputy Clerk.aplO.17.24.
JOHN
Filed April 8, 1947. Charles I. Stewart.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States lor the District of
Columbia. — VITO RIZZIE, 504 F Street
NX. Washington, p C., Wain tiff, vs.
devlseSF^of W8»foAWS«8E
The object of this action Is to establish
of record the title of Plaintiff by adverse
possession to the following described land
and premises, namely: All of Lots 67 to
61 Inclusive, and the parts of Lots 65
and 56 in Sauare 6163. formerly em
braced, in parcel 237/7, In Vlte Riarle's
subdivision of lots In said sauare as per
Plat recorded In Liber 123. Folio 107 of
the Records of the Office of the Surveyor
of the District of Columbia. On Motion
of Plaintiff, It Is by this Court this 8th
day of April 1947. Ordered that Defend
ants, the Unknown Heirs. Alienees or
Devisees of Augustus A. Gibson, deceased,
cause their appearance to be entered
herein on or before the first rule day
occurring after , the expiration of the
fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays or legal
holidays, from the first day of publication
of this Order. Otherwise the Cause will
be proceeded with as In case of default;
; provided s copy of this Order be published
; once a week for three successive weeks
In the Washington Law Reporter and The
Evening Star. —-* - -—■— *■—n
! ~ rr~ **uct A C91 V_.njT.rLl_ CjD *!.
STEWART. Clerk. By CLARA F. CONNELL.
Deputy Clerk_spin.17.24._
ARTHUR F. CARROLL. Jr., Attorney.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for the District of Columbia.
Holding Probate Court—No. 6846H. Ad
ministration. — This Is to Give Notice:
That the subscriber, of the District of
Columbia, has obtained from the Probate
Court of the District of Columbia. Letters
of Administration on the eatate of Daley
Cooley, late of the District of Columbia
! deceased. All nersons having elaims
against the deceased are hereby warned
to exhibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof, legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber, on or before the 31st dey of
March. A.D 1948: otherwise they may by
| law be excluded from all benefit of aeld
estate Glyen under my hand this 31st
dsy of March. 1947. ARTHUR F. CAR
ROU,. Jr., 307 Hlbbs Bldg. (Seal > Attest:
MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of
Wills for the District of Columble, Clerk of
• he Probate Court. aplO.17.24.
Pupil at Browne Cites
Crowding in Petition
For Equal Education
A petition charging that colored
pupils at Browne Junior High School
are denied the opportunity of an
education equal to that afforded
white pupils because of crowded
conditions and segregation was pre
sented to the Board of Education
yesterday.
Filled in behalf of Marguerite
Daisy Carr, 13, colored, of 4333
Clay street NJE., and of the other
students at the school, the petition
asked immediate relief from “dis
crimatory practices.” Attorney Leon
A. Ransom presented the plea, based
on information furnished by Martin
D. Jenkins, educational consultant
of Howard University, and school
officials.
Enrollment at the school was 1,707
on February 7, while the capacity
of the school was only 838, the
petition said. As a result, the stu
dents are going to school on the
"double-session” plan. Classes run
from 8 am. to 13:30 pm., and the
second shift from 12:45 pm. to 5:15
pm. Each pupil therefore gets 4H
L1GAI NOTICES.
LOUIS H. ANDERSON, Attorney,
3804 W Street. N.W.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States lor the District of Columbia.
Holding Probata Court.—No. 88,718. Ad
minlgtration.—This is to Give Notice:
That the subscriber, of the District of Co
lumbia has obtained from the Probate
Court of the District of Columbia, Letters
Testamentary on the estate of Verne A.
Zimmer, late of the District of Columbia,
deceased. All persona having claims
against the deceased are hereby warned to
exhibit the same, with the vouchers there
of. legally authenticated, to the subscriber,
on or before the 7th day of April.
A.D. 1948; otherwise they may by law be
excluded from all benefit of said estate.
Given under my hand this 7th day of April,
1947. HATTIE J. ZIMMER. 1748 Upshur
st. n.w.. Zone 11. (Seal.) Attest: ELLA
A. BROWN. Deputy Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Pro
bate Court.__apl7.84.myl
ARTHUR C. ELGIN, Attorney,
~ POO F Street, N.W. _
DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNTIED
States for the District of Columbia,
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of Wil
liam warren Marks, Deceased.—No. 68.
949, Administration Docket 148.—Applica
tion having been made herein for probate
of the laat will and testament of saM de
ceased, and for latters of administration,
e.t.a., on aald estate, by Mary B. Marks,'
it is ordered this 18th day of April, A.D
1947, that Grant q. Marlu. Mrs. Bells
Carl. Paul Stokes, Edssr Stokes. Gerald
Marks. Carl Marks, Russel Marks. Rev.
Ralph Knittle. Harry Knittle, John Knittle.
Edyth E. Breen. Harry L. Marks, Nettle
Artley. Florence Khawn, Ida M. Oreen,
Lillian Marks. Kermlt L. Marks. Violet
Stellfox, George L. Marks, Warren L.
Marks, Marlon M. Marks, James L. Marks,
and all others concerned, appear In said
Court on Monday, the 26th day of May.
A.D. 1947. at 10:00 o’clock A.M.. to show
eause why such application should not be
granted. Let notice hereof be published
In the "Washington Law Reporter" »nd
“The Evening Star," once in each of three
successive weeks before the return day
herein mentioned, the flrst publication to
be not less than thirty days before said
return day. Witness, the Honorable
BOLITHA J. LAWS, Chief Justice of said
Court, this 15th day of April, A.D, 1947.
'Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES.
Deputy Register of Wills for the Dlstrlet
of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court.
0Pl7.24.myl _
v>bui oaii/B. Aiinmej. _
DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED
States lor the District of Columbia
Holding Probata Court.—No. 98.976, Ad
ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That
the subscriber, ef the District of Columbia
has obtained from the Probate Court of
the District of Columbia, Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Harry 8.
Leltner, Jr., late of the District of Colom
bia, deceased. All persons having claims
against the deceased are hereby warned to
exhibit the same, with the vouchers there
of, legally authenticated, to the subscriber,
on or before the 7th day of April. A.D.
1948: otherwise they may by law bo ex
cluded from all benefit of said estate.
Given under my hand this 7th day of
April. 1947. ALBIRT BRICK, 1010 Ver
mont Ave.. N.W. (Seal.) Attest: ELLA A.
BROWN, Deputy Register of Wills for the
District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
court. • apl7,S*jayi
W. E. CUMBERLAND, Attorney.
820 Woodward Bldg,
Piled Apr. l. 1947, ^Charles X. Stewart.
IN THE DISTRICT "cOURT OP THE
United States for the District of Colum
bia.—In Re Application ef Mary Magda
lene Ssekely Tot Change of Name—^Clvll
Action No 1388-47.—Mary Magdalene
Ssekely having filed a complaint for a
judgment changing her name to Mary
Magdalene Sakay and having applied to
the Court for an order of publication of
the notice required by law In such eases,
It is, by the Court, this 1st day of April.
1947. Ordered that all persons concerned
show cause. If any there be, on or before
the 26th day of April. 1947, why the
prayers of said complaint should not be
granted: Provided, ”01x1 a eopy of this
order be published once, a week for three
consecutive weeks before said day In
The Evening Star and the Washington
Law Reportei. (S.) T. ALAN GOLDS
BOROUGH. Justice. (Seal.) A true eopy.
Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By
ELEANOR E. JOBE, Deputy Clerk.
ap.3.10.17_
JESSE LEE HALL. Attorney.
SIS 15th Street N.W.
IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE Dis
trict of Columbia. Civil Division —
CHARLES D. MURPHY. Plaintiff, v. JUS
TINE E. HEATH. Defendant.—No. A 226S2.
—NOTICE BY PUBLICATION —The object
of this suit is to recover real estate com
missions due the plaintiff from the defend
ant in the sum of *050. and the coat of
these Droceedinas. in the matter of the
sale of defendant » real estate Lot 15 in
Sauare 3132 in the District of Columbia,
and to have Judrment of condemnation of
certain property of defendant levied on
under an attachment issued in this suit
to satisfy the nlaintiff's claim. It la there
fore this 31st day of March. 1B47,
ORDERED that tha defendant appear in
this Court on or before tha fortieth C40th>
day. exclusive of Sundays and lcaal holi
days. after the day of Ant publication of
this order, to defend this suit and show
cause why said condemnation should not
be had: otherwise, tha suit will be pro
ceeded with as in eaie of default. BY THE
COURT: <81 O. D. NELSON. Justice.
'Seal ! A Tree Cony. Test: WALTER F.
iRAMHA&L. Clerk. By RICHARD A
TRAMMELL. Deputy Clerk. ap3.10.17.
heart of school, compared to iris
hours for white sefaoola, It was said.
Classes at Browne Junior High
School are 40 minutes long, com
pared to 55 minutes In white schools,
the petition continued. From Octo
ber 38, 1048, to February 3, 1047,
one hour was dropped per day to
enable the students to get home be
fore dark, further decreasing their
time In school, the petition pointed
out.
It asked that either the situation
be relieved immediately by giving
proper facilities to the colored chil
dren or by allowing them to go to
the white schools which are not as
crowded.
Mr. Hanson said most of the col
ored schools are overcrowded but
that he confined the petition to the
Browne School, where conditions are
the worst.
School officials estimated about
7,000 colored pupils go to school on
the part-time basis in schools
throughout the city, while only shout
400 white pupils are on part-time
schedules. The Browne School is lo
cated at Twenty-fourth street and
Benning road NX, a section of
Washington which has seen a great
influx of colored families in the last
few years.
In other actions, the Board of Ed
ucation:
a. Approvea me request or me
District Health Department to use
school grounds for the rabies im
munization program for dogs dur
ing July and August. The following
schools will be used: Burroughs,
Merritt, Aliee Deal. Whittier, Pat
terson, Adams and Beers.
KlUmeier Resignation Approved.
3. Accepted the offer of the Amer
ican Legion to award trophies, med
als and certificates to the winners
of the Girl Cadet company competi
tions.
3. Approved the distribution of a
weekly picture review in connection
with the radio series, “News for
Schools,” which is presented in co
operation with The Star.
4. Accepted the resignation of
Richard A. Klllmeier, cost analyst in
the office of the assistant superin- J
OFFICIAL NOTICIS.
tw'BB STATES Customs Service—To
whom It max concern: Th* Commis
sioner of Customs, on April 11, 104?,
authorised Use change of name of the
gas xaeht. "Praneson n," official number
814872. _ to that of ^Oidtlmar.” ROOT.
B. APPLBBEE. deputy eolleetor.
aa.17.lS.18.81
PROPOSALS
SEALED PBOPOSALS will be received at
the Procurement Section. Rational Bureau
of Standards. Washington. D. C., until
2 p.m., April 80, 1847. and then publicly
opened for supplying microwave adapters,
waveguides and coaxial slotted sections, as
described In the specifications whleh may
be obtained from the Procurement Section.
Bureau of Standards. —18
AUCTION SALKS,
rgrror
C. G. SLOAN A CO., life., aueets.—Antique
and modern furniture of every desertntlon,
china, glassware, bric-a-brac, pictures,
radios, large collection of books, lady’s
fur scarfs and eoata. mirrors, bod springs,
mattresses, etc., at nubile auction at
Sloan's. 715 13th at., Saturday. April 19.
starting at 10 a.m. Now on view. Terms:
Cash. C. O. CLOAN A CO.. INC., auets.
Established 1591. —18
ADAM A. WESCHLEE A SON, auctioneers
—Household furniture, rugs, earpet, ete.
B? order Mathias Mahomer. collector,
estate Chester W. .Turney: storage com
panies and others. By auction at Wesch
ler’s. 905 E at. n.w.. Tomorrow, commencing
9:30 a.m. Practically now limed-oak bed
room group, walnut dining groups, odd
beds, antral and bog springs, inner-spring
and felt mattroases. chests of drawers,
dretsors, chairs and tablei ter every occa
sion: utility and kitchen eablnett. desks,
table and floor lamps, and mlseellansous
other peisonal effects,—17
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. auctioneers. 435
Southern Building.—Trustees' sale of two
valuable two-story semidetached frame
dwellings, beta* known as premises Nos.
1235 and 1227 Delaware ave. s.w.—
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly
recorded in Liber No. *128. folio 528 4t
seq., of the land records of the District of
Columbia, and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction In front of
the premises, on Friday the twenty-flfth
dav of April, A D. 1947. at three-thirty
o’clock p.m.. the following-described land
and premises, situate In the District of
for the District of Columbia In Libor COT
at folio 177. Terms: Seld subject to a
prior. quuaing eseoeitation urea or trust
for $1,829.92. further particulars it which
will be announced at time of aalc; tha
Sa rebate prle* above said trust to ba paid
i eaab. A deposit of SSOOTOO required,
onveyandng. reeordinc. etc., et pur
chaser'a cost. Terma to ba complied with
within thirty dtys, otherwla* deposit for
feited and the property m*y be advertised
and retold st^ thf
HAjuUSTfruateea'
THOS. J. OWEN A BON, auetloneert. 436
Southern Building.—Trustees' tale of
valuable briek dwelling, being known at
premises No. 206 5th st. s.e. By virtue
of a eertaln deed of trust duly recorded.
In Liber No. 8159. Polio 56* et seq.. of
the lend records of the District of Co
lumbia, and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell. et. public auction in front of
the premises, on Monday the 28th day,
of April, A.D. 1947. at 4 o’clock p.m., !
the following-described land and premises.;
situate In the District of Columbia, and
situated as and being Lot 15 In John Cor
rigan's subdivision of original lots 8 and
9 In Square 843 as per plat recorded In
the Office of the Surveyor for the District
of Columbia In Liber WBM at Polio 243.
Terms: Sold sublect to a prior first deed
of trust for $6,971.83. further particulars
of whieh will be announced at time of
tale; the purchase prle* above said trust
to be paid In eaib. A deposit of $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording, etc.,
at purchaser’s cost. Terms to be com
piled with within SO days, otherwise
deposit forfeited and the property may
be advertised and resold at the discretion
of the trustees. WALTER MILLER,
BENJAMIN BERNSTEIN, Trustees.
apl 7,19.21.24,26
bt eharge nf tmelnass id*
ministration, so ha can accept 4 job
with the United States Public Health
8ervlee.
5. Approved the transfer of Miss
Dorothy M. Lewis from principal of
Kimball-Davis School to principal
of Kimball School and the promo
tion of Mrs. Helen ft. Maguire from
teacher at the Davis School to prin
cipal.
The board did not act on the pro
posed school schedule for next year,
which calls for schools to open on
September 19, 1947, and close on
June 35, 1948. Adelbert Lee and
other board members thought an
earlier opening and dosing date
should be considered, and School
Supt. Hobart M. Coming took the
schedule for further study.
Education Board Advises
Vaccination of Children
While Health Department offi
cials continued today to minimize
the danger of a smallpox epidemic
here, the Board of Education ad
vised precautionary measures for
school children.
A resolution adopted by the board
urged vaccination of all children
who have not beaft vaccinated to
the last live yean..
Dr. James A. Gannon, physician
member of the board, who intro
duced the resolution, pointed out
that Washington has many visitors
who might spread contagion from
other sections of the country.
"Cases of smallpox are being re
ported sporadically in the country,"
he declared. “The diagnosis is not
always easy and many patients suf
faring from the disease are able to
travel.”
The board ordered that teachers
be Instructed to advise high school
students to be vaccinated at once.
Meanwhile, Dr. Daniel L. Seck
tnger, assistant District health offi
cer, reassured District residents that
the Health Department has enough
vaccine available to meet any antici
1 pa ted demand.
Russian 'Nobles' in Pribilofs
When the Russians discovered the
Pribllof Islands they Introduced a
colony of Aleut Indiana to take seal
skins and the Indians took the
names of Russian noblemen. Now,
under United States supervision, a
roster of the colony reads like a pre
Communist Russian “blue book.”
Washington Women
Praise Veto!
Women everywhere are praising
Veto—Colgate’s new deodorant
that eheeks perspiration, stops odor,
yet is DOUBLY SAFE. In fact,
VETO is DOUBLY PREFERRED
by Registered Nurses! Nation-wide
survey shows that nurses who tried j
VETO prefer it almost 2 to 1. VETO
is safe for normal skin. Safe for
clothes. Contains DURATEX, ex
clusive safety ingredient. Stays
moist in jar—never gritty or grainy.
&frsfoSr/4/?t6z/>yrA6tv J
You get a regular
25* jar of Veto
50? Mt(/£
for or/y 26?
for only I*
When you buy
one at the regular
25* price!
Here is your money-saving opportunity to
join the thousands who use and praise
VETO! But supplies of this special offer
are limited—so act fad! Get VETO—today I
7=^=S=SS=S3SSSSSSSSSSeBB0l
Safe-On-Porcelain Way Ti
msnow
CtOCGED DRAINS
Now duk dogged
d raise wode-epee a
fatter, easier way.
THtdtaeerarywotfcg
like magic, yet it eb
ealewii berntleee to
eatnti, porcdaia,
ixtaree. Jett like a
eyysa SMS ndmlr
mot piUDDCrS fvIB| ■> WOT*
ia 1 second, digging, dissoir
iag, ightiag tbeir tray through
the most ttabbora din aad
grease. Qckhly, where eraser
meed Min a few momcatt be
fan, yoe hear a welcome gaeb
that tends it swirling down the dreia.
Amemagly easy to see, too. The acrioa
mam mstandy. No smelly femes nr
gases. Abtolate money-back gaaraatae.
Gee PI smite from poor grocer today.
CALIFORNIA MARKET
2I« uuranu ST. N.W. Just Off 2000 OlNk *f C«nn. Aft. ]
FINE MEATS
UMB3:CH0B >79"
UEB o’ LAMB — >59°
FRESH-KILLED BAKING JAa
CHICKENS ass. 49
GOVERNMENT GRADED—CHOICE OR GOOD
RIB ROAST > 55'
BOUILLON OR SIRLOIN IiIba
TIP ROAST H ,b55
DREFTpk* 29*
PROCTOR b GAMBLE'S PATENTED SUDS DISCOVERY
CHARGE ACCOUNT INVITED
| PROMPT FREE DELIVERY - NORTH 2680
WORK-SAVER for 225,000
WASHINGTON Homes
___ . .
k use moimour ^
me House „
•a RneWvm, rubber, ._
-1- —1a ill^
w^nvn iiiw
£* A
ass siir#*YI
* #•**■* "2L,
HIM* *l0SS 4
Awe i»
«f « imw **•*• ^
l"**#** w
iN
, WATER- *
RESISTANT!
Only light mopping
noodod to hoop ■<
«ioa
L. 0
^ A . kl
Dovolopod by tho famous Socony-Vacuum Laboratories—
Now on solo at Loading Local Stores! __

xml | txt