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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 21, 1949, Image 10

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Ex-Model, 24, Acts
As Own Attorney in
Supreme Court Appeal
The Supreme Court ha* been
asked to give judicial notice to
an attractive blond 24-ye»r-oid
former model, acting as her own
attorney, to obtain $33,000 from
the estate of her mother
Mrs. Ines Horton Gay of Mont
clair, N. J., whose father, Col
Paul J. Horton. C. S. A., retired,
said she once wanted a Hollywood
career, walked into the clerks
office at the high tribunal yester
day. She filed a petition asking
the court to review or to order
the New Jersey Supreme Court to
review her suit to recover the
money from the Fidelity Union
Trust Co. of Newark, co-executor
of her mother's estate
There is precedent for nonlaw
yers representing themselves be
fore the Supreme Court. But
court attaches said the appear
ance of Mrs. Gay was unusual.
They cited her youth and self
acquired legal knowledge, as well
as the Involved history of her pre
vious court proceedings.
Ran Out of Money.
“I've been too busy practicing."
the Barnard College graduate ex
plained when asked why she never
went to law school.
She also explained that she is
her own lawyer because she and
her husband. Arthur Gay. a West
Point graduate, ran out of money
after spending $5,000 on litigation
in the New Jersey courts.
She already has been her own
attorney in several instances and
won on two occasions. Last Feb
ruary an Essex County, N. J..
court jury, awarded her $1,388
damages and an antique bedroom
set valued at $1,600. She had
sought recovery of $5,000 worth
of furniture and knicknaeks from
her father and stepmother and
claimed the materials, were gifts
from her mother and grandmoth
er. Mrs. Gay also won a point
in a libel suit against her step
mother.
I>ast Appeal in 1947.
In her suit to get the $33,000
from the bank and her father as
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