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p. * Australian Prime Minister Coming; Small Parties Dot Social Calendar The Prime Minister of Australia, >’? the Right Hon. Robert Gordon Menzies, is leaving London today - on the Queen Mary for this country. • He is due in New York on Thurs \ day and from there will come down to Washington for a week. The trip will be a very hurried one as the Prime Minister faces a lot of official business. While here, the visitor will be entertained by the Ambassador and Mrs. Makin, but no date for • the event has been set. Accompanying the distinguished official will be Mr. Alan Brown, secretary of the Prime Minister’s department; Comdr. Robert Jack son. secretary, Department of Na tional Development; Mr. Fred Wheeler, assistant secretary, De partment of the Treasury; Mr. Francis Meere, assistant comp troller general. Department of Trade and Customs; Brig. Henry Rourke, assistant secretary. De partment of Defense: Mr. Trevor Swan, chief economist, Prime Min lster’s department, and Mr. Bob Willoughby, personal secretary to the Prime Minister. While here, Mr. Menzies will be staying at the Embassy. On the diplomatic party calen dar is the cocktail event to be given Monday by the Egyptian Minister, Dr. M. B. Chiati, in hon or of Mr. Fouad Sarouf, an official with Al-Ahram, one of the largest Egyptian newspapers. The honor guest was director of the Egyp tian edition of the Reader’s Digest during the war. The 6:30 to 8:30 o’clock fete will be held at the Connecticut avenue residence of the host. The guest list is made up mostly of members of the press and a few members of the diplomatic corps. The Guatemalan Ambassador and Senora de Goubaud-Carrera entertained at a small dinner party last evening. Their guests were the Honduran Ambassador and Senora de Valle, the Costa Rican Ambassador and Senora de Echan- j di Jimenez, Mrs. Thomas Mann and the new Counselor of the Guatemalan Embassy, Mr. Alfredo Chocano. In the Procession of Brides Comdr. Justin A. Shook, U. S. N. R.. retired, and Mrs. Shook an nounce the recent marriage of their daughter, Betty Jean, to Mr. Wallace Robert Keefe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Keefe. The ceremony took place at St. John's Church, Roanoke Rapids, N. C. the Very Rev. Peter M. Denges officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Following the wedding break fast, the couple left on an extend ed motor trip. Humph rey-Buller Miss Anna Ruth Buller, daugh ter of Mrs. Harlan E. Buller of Lancaster, Pa., and the late Mr. Buller, recently became the bride of Mr. Scott C. Humphrey of Washington. The ceremony took place at the home of the bride, the Rev. Warren C. Heinly, pastor of Grace -Evangelical Lutheran Church of Lancaster, officiating. Miss Edna E. Buller was her sister’s only attendant. Mr. Rob ert H. Spicer of Washington served as best man for his uncle. A reception followed in the Con tinental Room of Wiggins Restau- I rant, after which the couple left for their wedding trip. They now reside in this city. REDUCE WITHOUT DIETING Simply eat this delicious Vita min and Mineral Candy called AYDS, before meals as directed. AYDS check your appetite—you automatically eat less—lose weight natu rally. Absolutely safe—con tain no reducing drugs. Money refunded if you don’t lose weight with first box. Month's ■apply $2.89. VITA FOOD STORES 3040 14th St. N.W. CO. 2980 C A O Food Store, S19 11th N.W. Keys-Horton The Rev. Charles F. Phillips of- ' flciated at the recent wedding, i held in the Francis Asbury Metho dist Church, in which Miss Elaine Horton, daughter of Mrs. S. T. I Ballenger of Spartensburg, S. C„ became the bride of Mr. Carson Meade Keys, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Keys of Nathans Creek, N. C„ and Washington. The bride was given in marriage | by her stepfather, Mr. Ballenger. | Maid of honor was Miss Geraleen , Jones of Roanoke, Va. Miss Re gina Schindelar served as brides maid. Best man was Mr. Thomas j Sale, jr„ of Newport News, Va. I Ushers were Mr. Robert Burns from Lebanon, Va., and Mr. Charles Moses of Richmond. The couple will make their home in Richmond. A Belgian contractor solved a ] heavy-duty hauling problem by • buying discarded British army tanks. tl Beatrice Davis Weds Mr. Parsons 1 .4 —Finnigan Photo. MRS. PARSONS. - i The North Carolina Avenue! Methodist Church was the scene of an attractively arranged wed ding last evening when Miss Bea trice Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis, became the bride of Mr. Carl R. Parsons, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Parsons of Pasanda, Calif. The Rev. E. A. Wilcher officiated and a reception followed at the home of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her father and had as her at tendants, Mrs. James Jenkins, Mrs. James Floyd and Miss June Burroughs. Mr. Charles Wauhop was the best man and the ushers were Mr. Harry Davis and Mr. James Floyd. The couple will make their home at 6531 Willston Drive, Falls Church. Tyree-Morse v Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Marie Doug las Tyree to Mr. Joseph Everett Morse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ever ett Burnside Morse, formerly of Chevy Chase and now of Loudoun County, Va., by the future bride’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Tyree of Herndon, Va. The wedding will take place in he early fall. Smuly /°*n|CV Silver jt oolly Celt* lets I / ■ tr Bulled, Pellihed IWW e* en request \ M ialiHi X I ELL \1 Above G It ed Pick-Up Service J M National Day Celebrated By Poland The Polish Ambassador and Mme. Winiewicz were hosts at a 9 to 11 o’clock reception last eve ning at the Embassy, celebrating the national holiday of Poland. The guests wfere received in the drawing room, Mme. Winiewicz wearing an aqua nylon gown with a draped halter-type bodice and a full gored skirt. With it she wore a stole of the same material and a pendant with a dove of peace motif. Music was provided by a trio and an accordianist. Congressional acceptances to the reception were received from Senator Milton R. Young, Repre sentative and Mrs. Omar Burleson, Representative Thurmon C. Crook, Representative James I. Dolliver, Representative Clyde Doyle, Rep resentative A. M. Fernandez, Rep resentative and Mrs. Olin Teague, Representative Thomas R. Under wood and Representative James Van Zandt. Among those accepting from the State Department were the Assist ant Secretary and Mrs. Jack Mc Fall. the Deputy Assistant Secre tary and Mrs. James Bonbright and Mr. Frederick Reinhardt Included in the diplomatic con tigent dropping by were the Cana ian Ambassador and Mrs. Wrong, the Chilean Ambassador ana Mrs. Nieto del Rio, the Ambassador of Ireland and Mrs. Hearne, the Mexican Ambassador and Senora de la Colina, the Pakistan Ambas sador and Mrs. Ispahani, the Am bassador of Thailand and Princess Wan Waithayakon, the Philippine Ambassador, Mr. Joaquin H. Eli zalde; the Ambassador of Indo nesia and Mme. Sastroamidjo, the Indian Ambassador, Mme. Pandit; the Ambassador of Ethiopia and Mme. Imru, the Syrian Minister and Mrs. El-Khouri, the Charge d’Affaires of Iraq and Mrs. Bakr, the Charge d’Affaires of Burma and Mme. Tin Maung and many others. Alumnae Tea The Washington - Baltimore Chapter of the Loretto Interna tional Alumnae Association will entertain a group of Sisters of Loretto who are attending sum mer school at Catholic University at a tea to be given tomorrow at the home of Mrs. William J. Pate, 4702 River road N.W. Mrs.SkalnikHeads AAUW Branch Mrs. Yaro Skalnik has been named ^president of the Falls Church Branch of the American Association of University Women to fill the uncompleted term of Mrs. John Levick, whose husband, a Navy commander, has been trans ferred. Mrs. Levick will leave Falls Church in the near future. Committee chairmen recently appointed are Mrs. Harry P. Mile ham, creative arts; Mrs. John R. Miles, status of women; Mrs. Paul Rand, publicity, and Mrs. Fred Clark, hospitality. Mrs. Skalnik and Mrs. Harold Gresham are in charge of mem bership of the branch book club which will begin in the fall. News of Interest Mrs. Alexander Jamison .has re turned to her home in Philadel phia after visiting Miss Frances Sperry. Mrs. Jamison came to Washington to attend the recent celebration of the establishment of Takoma. Park, of which her father, the late Mr. B. Frank Gilbert, was a founder. The Rev. James Richards, rec tor of St. Paul’s Church at 2430 K street N.W., will return to his Georgetown home the end of next week, from Beach Haven, N. J., where he is spending July with the Bishop of New Jersey, the Right Rev. W. J. Gardner. Back from Mexico, where they spent several weeks, are Dr. and Mrs. Carl Hugo Farman and their daughter, Ingrid. -- Karuba-Lamaster St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church was the scene of the wed ding July 16 of Miss Catherine Beaver Lamaster, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Seth Lamaster of Mercersburg, Pa., and Mr. Larry Karuba, son of Mrs. Frederick Karuba and the late Mr. Karuba of Erie, Pa. The Rev. Nicolai Makowelski officiated at the 4 o’clock cere mony and Mr. J. Russell Lamaster gave his sister in marriage. The bride is a graduate of the Grad uate Hospital, University of Penn sylvania, and the groom attended the University of South Carolina and George Washington Univer sity. Following a honeymoon spent in Florida and Cuba, Mr. and Mrs. Karuba will be at home at Len shire House Apartments. Argo Lodge Plans Cruise Tomorrow Members of B’nai B’rith Women, Argo, will join the men of Argo Lodge in sponsoring a moonlight cruise tomorrow on the S.S. Mount Vernon. All proceeds from the | annual event will be used in finan- j cing B’nai B’rith civic and philan thropic projects. Mrs. Saul Greber is chairman j of the Women’s Committee for the cruise and Mrs. Bernard Kol- ' ker is ticket chairman. Assisting them are Mrs. Allen Baer, Mrs. Jesse Chessin, Mrs. A. Samuel Feldman, Mrs. Frank Fields, Mrs. Louis Furr, Mrs. Edward Weiss and Mrs. Edward York. Mrs. Theodore Shapiro is president of the chapter. Let’s be sensible. There is no shortage of food in the United States. The President has stated there is no immediate prospect ot rationing. So let’s be sensible. Don’t hoard. Mildred Otto | Bride-Elect The Rev. and Mrs. Ernest A Otto announce the engagement of their daughter, Mildred Rosa to Mr. Clark Aist Gilbert, son ol Mrs. Fannie E. Gilbert of Catons. ville and the late Mr. James A Gilbert. Miss Otto, a graduate of th« University of Maryland, taught in Maryland High Schools. Hei fiance was graduated from thi Maryland Institute and the Uni versity of Baltimore. Woodward & lOTHROP 10th 11th f m4 0 $tf«tt» Zim 19 Ph*M Olitrtct 9900 Perfume and Losmetrcs Magnet to lead you on to a new discovery in fragrance. Directoire, a rare perfume . . . inspired by the simple elegance, the classic splendor of a storied age. * y Purse Flacon of Perfume, $4.20 Soap, A tablets, $3.50 Dusting Powder, $4.20 Bath Oil, $4.20 Toilet Water, $6 Floreal, twixt-cologne-and-toilet water, $4.20 Except soap, prices include 20% tax W&L—Toiletries. Aisle 13, First Floor. Classified Ad Rates Local Advertisers Three Lines (Minimum) 1 or 2 times. 35c per line. * to 6 times consecutively. 33o pet line 7 times consecutively, 31* per line. Special Notices and Personal. 6c per line additional. Mev Automobiles. 50c per line. 4-line minimum OUT-OF-TOWN RATE Four Lines (Minimum) K*t rate per line._-.60c Out-of-town rate Is charged on all advertising 35 miles or more from Washington. DEADLINES SUNDAY EDITION . _ 2 P.M. Sat MONDAY EDITION 8 P.M. Sun OTHER EDITIONS. 8 P.M. Day before Branch Agencies 1 hr. earlier. Claims for errors must be made In time for correction before second In sertion SPECIAL NOTICES I WILL NOT BE. resDonsible for any debts incurred by any one but my ■elf. KENNETH DOUSE. 501 Un derwood st. n.w., Wash 12. D C. 009 I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts contracted by any one but myself. R. P. BOSWORTH. 4012 Ulinois. n.w. 23* 1 WILL NOT be responsible for any debts contracted by any one other than myself. JAMES WILLIAMS. 800 L st. n.e.. Washington 2. D^ C. I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than mvself. CHARLES S COUSINS. R.P.D. No. 2. Palls Church Virginia. WITNESS, if you witnessed accident bet. a brick truck and passenger car May 9 1950 on Lee Blvd. nr. Seven Corners. Va. contact E. F. LEDDY. NA. 4737 —23 I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any debts other than those con tracted by myself. COPER A. Mc CLAREN. U. S. N., Oth Div., Naval Air Station. Anacostla. D. C. ' PROPOSALS OFFER FOR SALE by the Attorney General of the United States of America. Notice inviting citizens of the United States of America to make offers to purchase from the Attorney General all his right, title and interest in and to the following described real property situated in the City of Washington. District of Columbia: DESCRIPTION OF PROP ERTY: SINGLE DWELLING: TWO STORY BRICK ROW-TYPE. VA CANT DWELLING. REQUIRING COM P L ET E REHABILITATION; CONSISTING OF THREE ROOMS ON FIRST FLOOR. THREE ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR: IRREGULAR LOT FRONTING ABOUT 14 FTET, HAVING AN AREA OF APPROXI MATELY 1.2«:i SQUARE FEET: ZONED FIRST COMMERCIAL: FIVE MINUTES FROM CITY CENTER: PREMISES KNOWN AS 10.il NEW JERSEY AVENUE. N.W. which prop erty is more particularly described In a certain Vesting Order No. 14,o.i dated June 20. 1950. recorded on June 29. 1950. in the Office of the Recorder, in and for the District of Columbia, in the Record of Deeds of said District of Columbia, in Liber 9239. on Page 175. Sealed bids addressed to the Office of Alien Property. Department of Justice. Room 208. 101 Indiana Avenue. N.W., Washington, D C.. will be received until 10 o'clock A M. on the 7th day of August. 1950. at which tin i and place said bids will be public y opened and declared. Each bid must be in duplicate and an irrevocable offer to purchase the property. Bids will be received only from American citizens and corpora tions controlled by American citi zens and organized under the laws of the United States. BUJs must con tain an affidavit stating, among other thinis, that the bidder is not purchasing oa behalf of an undisclosed principal, a person not a citizen of the United States, or for resale to a non-citizen. A bank draft or certified check payable to the Attorney General in an amount equal to 10% of the bid price must accompany the bid. Any commission payable must be stated in the bid. The Attorney General reserves the right to reject any or all bios or at his election to waive all defects in any bid. The Attorney General s right, title and Interest in the prop erty will be conveyed by quitclaim deed without covenants or war ranties of any kind. Further par ticulars with respect to the said property and forms for submitting bids may fee obtained by communi cating with the Office of Alien Prop erty. Department of Justice. Room 288. loi Indiana Avenue. N.W. Washington. D. C. Dated at Wash ington, b. c . this 21st day of July. 1950 j. HOWARD McGFATH. At torney General. ——— j Chapel Oaks Pharmacy 5708 Sheriff Rood N.E. Accepts Star Want-Ads Other places conven jently located for the ac- j ceptance of Classified Advertising. PROPOSALS (Cont.) GOVERNMENT, DISTRICT OF CO LCMBIA. DIRECTOR OF HIGH WAYS, D. C-, WASHINGTON. JULY 19. 1950. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at Room 509. District Building, 14th Street and Pennsyl vania Avenue N.W.. Washington 4, D. C„ until 2:00 P.M. Eastern Day light Saving Time. July 31. 1950. and then publicly opened and read lor paving BENNING ROAD S.E., HANNA PLACE TO SOUTHERN AVENUE AND SOUTHERN AVE NUE 8.E. BENNING ROAD TO BOWEN ROAD Approximate quan tities are 13,650 square yards of 8 inch reinforced cement con crete roadway pavement and 4,550 linear feet of cement concrete curb. The attention ol bidders is directed to the required contract provisions covering sub-letting or assigning the contract and to the use of domestic materials. Attention of the bidders is particularly called to the requirements as to the condi tions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the contract. The Manager. U S. Employment Service, lor the District oi Columbia is Mr. Robert A Morrison. 503 K Street N.W.. Washington. D. C. Proposal form may be obtained at Room 427. Dis trict Building. (Telephohe NA. 6000, Extension 2378). __jy 19,20,21,22.24.25. AUCTION SALES ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON, Auctioneers-Appraisers Trustees’ sale of pool parlor Sxtures and equipment By virtue of a Chattel Deed of Trust filed June 23. 1950 as Instrument No. 5020, Re corder of Deeds Office, D. C., and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell by public auction at 804 Potomac avenue s.e.. on Monday. July 24, 1950, at 2 o’clock p.m., 4 billiard tables, 38 cues, 3 cue racks. 4 bridges, 64 balls, 5 crome stools, fluorescent clock and lighting fix tures, National cash register, No. 3967836 etc., also Good Will of busi ness. Terms: Cash. Milton Kaplan. FYed Block, trustees, 1511 K street n w._ jy20.2I.22 ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON, Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OF BRICK DWELL ING No. 620 PARK ROAD. N.W.,! CONTAINING 6 ROOMS AND BATH.; RECREATION ROOM. HOT-WATER! HEAT. OIL BURNER. By virtue of a deed of trust recorded in Liber No. 8787. folio 64. et seq., one of the land records of the Dis trict of Columbia, and at the re quest of party secured thereby the undersigned trustees will offer for sale by public auction, in front of premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE 26th DAY OF JULY. 1960, at 3:30 O’CLOCK P.M., the following described property in the District of Columbia, to-wit: Lot numbered seventy-two <72>. in the American Security and Trust Company Trus tee's subdivision of Lot 8 in Block 9 Whitney Close," as per plat recorded in Liber 52 at folio 159 in the Office of the Surveyor for the District of Columbia. Known for taxation purposes as Lot 72. in Square 3043. TERMS OF SALE* Property will be sold subject to the unpaid balance of a prior deed of trust for *8.403.11, as of April 28. 1960. ESXa£!e ,in monthly installments of SbO.OO. including interest at oWc Over and above said trust cash A deposit of *600 required of pur chaser at sale. Examination of title, conveyancing, recording revenue stamps and notarial fees at cost of purchaser Terms to be complied with within thirty days from day of sale, otherwise trustees reserve the right to resell property at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days advertisement of such re sale in some newspaper published in Washington. D. C.. or deposit may be forfeited, or without for feiting deposit trustees mav avail themselves of any legal or equitable rights against defaulting purchaser. NORMAN P. ALLISON. MAE V. ALLISON. Jyl18.104.22.168,25. Trusteei. AUCTION SALES (Cont.) THOS. J. OWEN & SON. Auctioneers 435 Southern Building OWNER'S SALE OF VALUABLE SEMI DETACHED BRICK DWELLING. CONTAINING SIX ROOMS AND BATH; COAL HOT-WATER HEAT; FRONT AND REAR PORCHES; BUILT-IN GARAGE; BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES 1122 HOLBROOK STREET, NORTHEAST By virtue o! the authority vested in us. we will sell at public auction in Iront of the premises on MONDAY, THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF JULY. A. D. I960. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P M., the following described land and premises situate in the District of Columbia and designated as and being Lot 30 in Square 4068, to gether with the improvements there on TERM8 OF SALE: Sold subject to a first deed of trust of $8,500.00 payable on or before five years from July 17. 1950. with interest at five per centum per annum pay able semi-annually: the purchase ?>rice above said trust to be paid n cash, or $2,500.00 cash, balance of purchase price in deferred money trust payable in monthly Install ments of $135.00 to include interest on both first and second trusts and real estate taxes. Deposit of $500.00 in cash or certified check required at time of sale. Con veyancing. recording. revenue stamps, etc, at purchaser's cost. Terms to be complied with within fifteen days otherwise deposit for feited and the property may be ad vertised and resold at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser. THOS. J OWEN £ SON. ly22.214.171.124.2P' Auctioneers. THOS. J. OWEN £ SON, Auctioneers 135 Southern Building Trustees Sale of Valuable TWO STORY ROW BRICK DWELLING, BEING PREMISES No. 1703 SEC OND STREET NORTHEAST, WASH INGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUM BIA. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No 8306. Folio 437 et 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 MON DAY. THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF JULY. A.D. 1950. AT THREE O’CLOCK P.M., the following-de scribed land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and des ignated as and being Lot 56 in George Truesdell’s subdivision oi lots in Block 4, “Ecklngton." being also known as "George Truesdell’s Addition to the city of Washington." as per plat recorded in Liber No 52 folio 165 of the Records of the Office of the Surveyor of the Dis trict of Columbia. NOTE: At the date hereof the above described property is designated on the Books of the Assessor of the District of Columbia for taxation purposes as Lot 56 in Square 3573. SUBJECT to covenants of record. Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build ing association) deed of trust for approximately *6,618.13 further Particulars of which will be an nounced at time of sale; the pur chase price above said trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of *500.00 required. Conveyancing, recording, etc., at purchaser's cost. Adjust ments made as of date of sale. Terms to be complied with within 30 days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the property may be advertised and resold at the discretion of the trustees. EDWIN SHELTON. Holder of Note, Continental Bldg., Washington. D. C. LLOYD E. TURNER. RICHARD E. HARRIS. 1*20.22.23,27,29.Trustees. LEGAL NOTICES WILLIAM R. L1CHTENBERG. WIL LARD 1. ZUCKER. JOSEPH LURIA, Attorneys for Petitioner. 1074 National Press Bldg., Washington 4, D. C. Filed July 6 1950, Harry M. Hull, Clerk. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT for the District of Columbia.—In Re: Application of EDWARD JOHN RAKOWSKI. For Change of Name. —Civil Action No. 2882-50.—Ea ward John Rakowski. having filed a complaint for a judgement chang ing his name to EDWARD JOHN RACKEY and having applied to the Court for an order of pub lication of the notice required by law in such cases, it is, by the Court, this Oth day of July, 1950. ORDERED that all person concerned show cause, if any there be. on or before the 5th day of August, 1950, why the prayers of said complaint should not be granted: Provided, That a copy of this order be pub lished once a week for three con secutive weeks before said day In The Evening Star and the Wash ington Law Reporter. <S.> H. A. SCHWEINHAUT. Judge, (Seal.) A True Copy. Test: HARRY M. HULL, Clerk. By HELEN T. STRAUSS, Deputy Clerk. Jy8,15,23 LEGAL NOTICES (Cont.) KAMEROW * KAMEROW. 1010 Ver i mont Avenue N.W., Washington, D. C. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Filed July 30, I960. Harry M. Hull, Clerk. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT Court for the District of Columbia. —RACHEL GAINES. Plaintiff vs HERBERT GAINES. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION (Absent Defendant) —The object of this suit is to obtain an absolute divorce on the grounds of desertion of the plaintiff by the defendant. On the motion of the plaintiff, it is this 20th day of July, 1950, ORDERED that the defendant, Herbert Gaines, cause his appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days. occurring after the day of the first publication of this order: other wise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks in The Washington Law Reporter, and in The Evening Star, before said day. IS.) EDWARD A. TAMM. Judge. A True Copy. Test: HARRY M. HULL, Clerk. By HELEN F. STRAUSS. jy‘32.*3l).au5 JAMES II. McCOOLE, Attorney. 100 Fifth Street N.W. Filed July 30. 1951). Harry M. Hull, Cleik. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT Court for the District of Columbia. —CHARLES O. HILL, Plaintiff vs. MAGGIE W. HILL, Defendant.— CIVIL ACTION NO. 2710-50.—The! object of this suit is to obtain ai decree of absolute divorce on grounds of desertion for more than two years On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 20th day of JULY. 1050, ordered that the defendant MAGGIE W. HILL cause her appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holidays, occurring after dav of the first publication of this order, otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of de fault. Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks In the Washington Law Reporter, and the WASHING TON EVENING STAR before said day. (S.) EDWARD A. TAMM. Judge. ■ Attest: HARRY M. HULL, Clerk. Jy 22,29 au5_ . SIMON FLEISHMAN. Attorney 1331 G Street N.W., Washington 5, D. C. Attorney for complainants. Filed July «. 1959. Harry M. Hull. Clerk. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT for the District of Columbia.—In Re: Application of DONNIE MARIE BIEDERMAN. For Change of Name. —Civil Action No. 2875-50.—Don nie Marie Biederman. an Infant, through her mother and next of kin. June Picone, having filed a complaint for a judgement changing her name to Donna Marie Picone and having applied to the Court for and order of pub lication of the notice required by law in such cases, it Is, bv the Court, this 6th day of July, 1950 ORDERED that all persons con cerned show cause, if any there be. on or before the 5th day of August. 1950. why the prayers of said complaint should not be granted: Provided, That a copy of this order be published once a week for three consecutive weeks before said dav in The Even ing Star and the Washington Law Reporter. (S.) H. A. SCHWEINHAUT. Judge. (Seal.) A True Copy. Test: HARRY M. HULL, Clerk. By WIL LIAM W. PAVIS, Deputy Clerk. jy8.15.22 GODFREY L. MUNTER, Attorney for Plaintiffs, 814 Shoreham Bids. Filed July 6, 1050. Harry M. Hull. Cltrk UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT for the District of Columbia.—WIL LIAM R. FERGUSON and SUE SLLA B. FERGUSON. 929 G Place N.W.. Plaintiffs, vs. LaPOY ESTELLE TUGGLE, if living, if dead, her un known heirs, alienees, and devisees, respectively address unknown. De fendant.—Civil Action No. 2485-50. —The object of this suit is the re moval of a cloud on the title to real estate in the District of Columbia, known as Lot 72 in B. F. Gilbert and E. K. Allen's subdivision of lots in Square .175. otherwise designated as 929 G Place Northwest. On mo tion of the plaintiffs, it is this nth day of July. 1950, ordered that the defendant, LaRoy Estelle Tuggle, if living, if dead, her unknown heirs, alienees, and devisees, respec tively, address unknown, cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the first rule day occurring after the expiration of three months fiom this date, otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided, a copy of this or der be published twice a month for three months in the Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star Newspaper before said day. (S.) H. A. SCHWEINHAUT. Judge. (Seal.) A true copy. Test: HARRY M. HULL. Clerk. By HELEN F. STRAUSS. Dep uty Clerk. Jy8,15,au5,19,ge2.16 LEGAL NOTICES WILLIAM H. CLARKE. Attorney. H.36 Woodward Building. Filed July 13. 1950. Harry M. Hull Clsrk IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT Court lor the District of Columbia —HERBERT L. BURGESS. Plain tiff. Versus SUSIE M. CUTCHEON. et el.. Defendants.—NO. 2196—50. —The object of this suit is to con strue the Last Will and Testament of Charles T. M. Cutcheon. deceased, and to receive from the Court in structions as to the disposition of his estate. On motion of the plain tiff. it is this 13th day of July. 1950, ordered that the defendants, FRED ERICK M. CUTCHEON. FRED ERICA CUTCHEON and BYRON M. CUTCHEON. MAX H. CUTCHEON. THOMAS J. RAM8DELL and MRS LOUISE C. RAMSDELL cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays ana legal holidays, oc curr ng after the day of the first publication of this order: otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter, and The Washington Star before said day. (S.) DAVID A. PINE. Judge. (Seal.) Attest: HARRY M. HULL, Clerk By HELEN F. STRAUSS. Deputy Clerk._ jyl 5.23.29. GODFREY L. MUNTER. Attorney, Shoreham Building. Filed June 8 1950. Harry M. Hull, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT £ir. !ht District °f Columbia.— Beatrice E. Torre. 5401 Connecticut N w - Washington. D. C„ Plaintiff, vs. The unknown heirs, alienees or devisees of Fannie Montzer, deceased, addresses un known. Defendants —Civil Action No; 2099-50.—The object of this soil is the removal of a cloud on “tie to real estate in the District of Columbia, assessed for taxation purposes as Lot 815 in Square 41, more particularly described as fol lows: Beginning for the same at the Northwest corner of Original Lot 8. in Square 41, and running thence East along the North line of said Oftftnal Lot 8. 54' 10". thence South 27', thence West 3'. thence North 24'. thence West 51'. 10" to the East line of 24th Street, and thence North along the line of said street 3' to the place of beginning. On motion of the plain tiff- it is this 8th day of June, 19o0, ordered that the defendants, the unknown heirs, alienees, or devisees of Fannie Montzer. de ceased. addresses unknown, cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the first day occurring after the expiration of three months from this date, other wise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Pro vided, a copy of this order be published twice a month for three months in the Washington Law Reporter, and The Evening Star before said day. (S.) EDWARD M. CURRAN, Judge. (Seal) A true copy. Test- HARRY M. HULL, Clerk. By HELEN F. STRAUSS, Deputy Clerk. jel0.24 Jy8,22.aul2.26 MINNIE A. CHESELDINE. Attorney Colorado Building. Piled July 13, 1950. Harry M. Hull. Clerk. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT Court for the District of Columbia —CAPITAL MORTGAGE & TITLE CO., INC., a body corporate. Plain tiff. Versus PERRY O. COLLINS et al.. Defendants.—NO. 1350-50.— The object of this suit is removal of cloud on title to real property in the District of Columbia known for pul poses of assessment and taxation as Parcel 126/29 and more par ticularly described as follows: Part of the farm of the late Henry Mar tin heretofore subdivided and a portion of the farm mentioned in Eouity Cause No. 9635, Supreme Court of the District of Columbia: beginning at the Southwest corner of Berry's land on the East side of Sligo Road, thence with Berry s Southerly line North 84'/.,° East 260 feet: thence South 38.23 feet: thence South 84'/,° West 232.98 feet to Sligo Road: thence with satd road North 38Va° to the beginning, being known as Parcel 126/1. ex cept that portion taken in con demnation for street purposes in Cause No. 2944. District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 13th day of July. 1950. ordered that the de fendant ROLAND COLLINS cause his appearance to be entered here in on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days. occurring after the day of the first publication of this order: other wise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Pro vided. a copy of this order be pub lished once a week for three suc cessive weeks In the Washington Law Reporter, and The Evening Star before said day. (S.) DAVID A. PINE. Judge. (Seal.) Attest: HARRY M. HULL. Clerk. By ELIZABETH M. KOWALSKI. Deouty Clerk. jul6.22.29 I _PERSONAL LEA ENGEL, DRESSMAKER, of 5th Ave. N. Y„ claims skill lies in fitting, not sewing. No clothes problem too difficult to solve. Custom made, restyling, alterations. Centrally lo TeieExni8S3P M- Rm' 80' VACANCY in norsinc nome; 24-nr Ptwte11* SHe«^St“*3 M “d : DENTAL TECHNICIAN—JOS. RICE; prompt service 502 Westory Bldg.. «• n-w- at P NA (1773 i "ACAWti In convalescent nome; i cheerfui room, good food, tray serv Jce: $iaO mo HXJ 3398 WHITEHALL SANITARIUM offers ex cellent care for convalescents, aged chronic, finest accommodations. FA. 0643. MOTHER'S CARE for boy 3-10; sub urban home; doctor's reference. UN. 8702. 23* LADIES—For effortless, scientific wt. control, try our new. forced air, bubble bath. Follow it by expert massage BETHESDA HEALTH CLUB. OL. 9853. —27 IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with ar thritis or stiff joints drop a card to Box 197-S, Star, for information that will be of benefit to you. 23* DAY CARE for chlloren 2 to 12. in nearby Arl.; hot lunches, outdoor activities: registered nurse. GL. 1031, OX. 3457. —23 NURSE, practical, desires work as re lief nurse by day. hr. or wk. CORA M. HOPPER, TA. 1085 or RA. 3012. _*>;j MOTHER’S CARE given to children, up^to 4 yrs., in private home. JO. LICENSED NURSERY SCHOOL, aay or boarding, transp. furn. Call OW. 3296. —23 FISHING ENTHUSIAST. Jewish, seeks 1 or 2 others to share secluded camp in Canada for 2 weeks; plan to leave by car Aug. 25. Box 362-R, Star. —23 WILL GIVE white woman under 30 with small child a good home and wages to act as housekeeper and care for 3Va-year-old girl; must b|g8fond of children. Call FA. In order to protect its adver tisers from receiving circular matter, it is expressly understood and agreed that all such mat ter will he withheld as tar at possible by The Star Only bona fide answers to advertisements addressed to box numbers i* care of The Star will be delivered to advertisers on vresentatton of the box number ticket. HELP MEN ACCOUNTANT with auto dealer, exp., to manage office lor a Ige.-vol. or ganization; CPA preferred but not essential; $5,000 per yr. to start. State lull particulars,. Box 212-R. Star. ARCHITECTS AND ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMEN—Immediate openings. Apply ill person only to Mr. Taher, KASS REALTY CO., 4461 Conn, ave. n.w. —34 ASPH. TILE AND LINO, mechanics •3), for permanent positions with old-established Arm. Apply in person. S till 4 p.m. PENNSYLVANIA LIN OLEUM CO.. 903 E st. n.w. —23 ASST. MANAGER for Connecticut ave. store. Must have experience selling clothing and furnishings. Salary plus commission. Apply MODE, 11th and F sts., 4th floor. —23 AUTO BODY MAN — Washington's oldest Chevrolet dealer has an open ing for ail exper. metal man. Top earning for capable man; excellent working conds.; S’/b-day week. See Mr. Ralston. BARRY-PATE MOTOR co.. 1130 Conn ave. n.w. AUTO MECHANIC; must be exper. with Kaiser-Frazer cars; good work ing conditions: $75 wk., 5>/b days. REDS KAISER-FRAZER SALES & SERVICE. 24 H St. n.e. —27 AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. cxp'd Paid vacation and holidays: coveralls turn. K. F. dealer. CENTRAL MOTOR CO. CH. 7000, 3200 Lee Hwy., Arl. —25 AUTO MECHANICS (2)—Studebaker experience preferred, pleasant work ing conditions, clean light shop, hospitalization, paid vacation after 1 yr.. 5-day week, time and *b for overtime. Apply in person, BOWMAN MOTOR SALES, 7530 Ga. ave. —23 AUTO MACHANICS. Pontiac experi ence preferred: good references See service manager. RON PONTIAC. Bethesda. Md. OL. 6000. —23 AUTO MECHANIC—Salary and com mission paid weekly: best working conditions, including hospitaliza tion and paio vacation, with Dodge Plyinouth direct to factory dealer. See or call Mr. Deal, service mana ger. FRANCIS & PARSONS, 2100 Nichols ave. s.c. LU. 4-7400. —23 AUTO MECHANICS. Washington’s oldest Chevrolet dealer has open ing for 2 exper. auto mechanics: top earnings for good men; excel, work ing conds.. Bib-day wk. See Mr. Ralston. BARRY-PATE MOTOR CO.. HELP MEN (Cent.) AUTO MECHANIC—Must be exper., have own tools, excellent chance and permanent position for right man. 821 9th st. n.w. AUTO MECHANICS Will pay $70 per week for thoroughly experienced, reli able auto mechanic. Refer ences required. Good working conditions and hours. Com pany benefits. If you cannot fulfill these requirements do not apply. Manhattan Auto Si Radio 1700 7th St. N.W. —23 ' AUTOMOBILE PARTS CLERK, for stock room, wholesale firm; re : ceiving and shipping: good pay. 5 day wk.. excellent opport. for ad ! vancement for right man. HUDSON SALES CORP., R. E. Long. 1513 | 14th st n.w. —23 AUTO PARTS MAN, exper. in Chevro ‘ let parts required, insurance benefits. vacation with pay. See Mr. Noeli ; at HICKS CHEVROLET. 1240 Up I shur st. n.w.. Wash., D. C. Salary I open—24 AUTO PARTS Young man with auto parts and accessories experience. Must have neat appearance. Inside sales position. Refer ences required. Excellent work ing conditions. Company ben efits. Excellent opportunity for procressive young man. If you do not have auto parts experi ence do not apply. Manhattan Auto & Radio 1700 7th St. N.W. _—27 BODY-FENDER MAN. combination, 1st class; salary open. Call ST. 9319. —23 BRICK CLEANER—For construction job on contract basis. 27th and Ohio Sts. Arl. LURIA BROS , OW. 8500. —23 BRICKLAYERS, union: for industrial and commercial work; good working conditions. GREEN HILL ENGI NEERING. 418 Florida ave. n.e. LI. 4-7438. —27 BRICKLAYERS wanted, union, good mechanic^: good working conditions. 22nd st. and Mass. ave. n.w. —23 BRICKLAYERS, white (50); long job. top wages. Report to HUMPHREY & QUIGG job. Old Colesville rd. and Stanford st., one block off Unver slty lane. —25 BRICKLAYERS—Qualified mechanics for first-class work in Md.. Va. and D. C.; two years’ work ahead; union wages; good conditions. WILLIAM NELSON. 923 V st. n.w. Call DU. 2090. —24 BRICKLAYER, foreman, wanted. RE. 5544. eves. TA. 1090. —23 BRICKLAYERS — Apply ready for work; cor. of Frederick st. and Wil son blvd.. N. Arl., AL 4183. —2J BRICKLAYERS—No 7 white. 35 E st. n.w. Apt. partitions: building inclosed: material on hand: no lost time. E. A. RULE. —23 BULLDOZER OPERATOR. steady work, good pay; year-around Job. Phone OL. 9333. —34 BUYER—Knowledge of electronics, steel and general buying; located In Metropolitan Washington, D. C.: well-known research Institution; opportunity for advancement: ex cellent working conditions. Write Box 403-R, Star. —23 CARPENTER for trim and cabinet work, lst-class mechanic only. Call MR. LESSARD. Kenmore 3-0273. CARPENTERS, first-class men only; top wages. Apply 502 Essex ave.. Somerset. Bethesda. Md. —22 CARPENTERS. experienced. good wages, steady job. Phone during day, WA. 9510; eves., TO. 5978. CARPENTERS. 4 good trim men. and I door hanger; steady work. HARRY PORETSKY & SONS, INC., 1518 K sts. n.w.. NA. 5306. —23 CARPENTER—Foreman to supervise const, home Owner placing supply orders, subcontracts. CH. 6185. • CARPENTERS WANTED—1st class, white; ton wages for men who rea'ly know residential work. Call GEORGE WILSON. PI. 8901._—25_ CARPENTERS Thoroughly exper. trim. Year around work, top wages. Good opportunity for advancement. 2 miles No. of Bethesda on old Georgetown rd , left on Beech ave., right on Anniston rd. to Carl M. Freeman's. See MR. BROADHURST,—24 CARPENTERS (20) Top pay for lst-class mechanics; re port to 3206 Winnett rd., Chevy Chase Manor, Md. H. J. Korzendorfer Co., Inc. __—28 CASHIER, part time, to work in drug store: must have local references. Apply In person only, MICHIGAN DRUGS, 1901 Michigan ave. n.e. —22 HELP MEN CASHIER-TITLE CLERK For one ol Washington’s largest auto dealers; experience with automo bile finance prel. but not essential; must be rapid typist; good starting salary, excellent advancement oppor t unity, Hox liOO-i;, Star. CEMENT FINISHER, substantial pay. very good working cond. Please report to Roosevelt and Tuckahoe sts.. Falls Church. Va. —22 CLERK, for news stand and deli catessen. AddIv 2821 14th st. n.w. Age. 21-45. _22 COIN MACHINE MECHANIC, exper on pin games; permanent position, good pay and excel, future for right ■JEn. Also need 1 apprentice. MR. GREENE. 1771 Columbia rd. n.w. CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTENDENT familiar with FHA requirements; long lob. Give age. references, exp and telephone no. in first letter Top salary to right man. Start im mediately. Box 1 on-L. Star _21) Construction Superintendent Thoroughly experienced: able tc carry 20 to 30 house jobs through from start to finish; must be re ; liable; excellent opportunity for right man. Box 221-R. Star. —25 CONSTRUCTION SUPT., exper. ir running 1-family house construction: good opportunity. LO. 5-0385. —23 COOK WANTED Must be sober, honest and depend able: capable of assuming full charge of well equip, mod. kitchen in nearby Md.: do not apply unless you can furnish unquestioned ref erences; this is a job not a position and will call for hard work six days a week; if employed ai pres ent, employer will not be contacted until after interview. Box 213-s, Star.__^4* DAY LLEVATOR BOY—Colored, with license; for moaern apartment house. Apply Resident Manager, The Ever glades, 2223 H st. n.w. —22 DELIVERY MAN; must have driver's permit and good references. Apply 1900 Wyoming ave. n.w., DE. 2300. DENTAL TECHNICIAN for pliTe" de ADP*y VIRGINIA 8TATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. lOfi Nortn Fairfax st., Alex., Va. —22 DISHWASHER—colored: must be re ALUSON S LITTLE TEA ln7ton’ Va • OT- ?90cl. draftsman, f0r restaurant equip E*Mr not necessary. COOPER EQUIPMENT CO., 1114 Oth St n m DRIV ERS to drive cabs In Arlington. If you are interested in a permanent Job and can work 6 days a week, apply ARLINGTON CITY CAB. 112« No. Hudson st., Arl., Va. DR*VERS—For Yellow Cabs; 1048 models; PERSONNEL MAN ANew York ave. n.e. DRIVERS wanted for Diamond cabs: new and used cars avail.; reas. rental rates: must have identifica tion card. Diamond lot, 101 M st n.e. See MELVIN HERRIMAN. DRIVER-SALESMAN for dry clean ing naute; exper.. married. LU. DRIVER-SALESMAN to deliver gaso line and other products to farmers. Salary and commission Apply !?t££HERN STATES GAITHERS BURG CORP. —23 DRIVER - SALESMAN — Hires Root Beer, guaranteed salary with com mission; extra benefits: permanent position Call TO. 5500 x>r appoint ment. 22 DRUG CLERK, txper.. Silver Spring area. rels. Call LI. 3-4111 after 1 p in. Sunday. —23 DRUG CLERK—Must be experienced sales person in drugs and patent medicine. Local refs, required. Ex cellent starting salary. Apply 1701 Pa. ave. n.w. STATE DRUGS. —22 ELECTRICIAN, must have D. C. li cense. Call GE. 0833, after H p.m. Sat., after 12 noon Sun. _23 ENGINEER, mechanical design and research; must be highly experienced graduate, eligible for clearance secret work; permanent local position. Give complete resume of past expe Sca.Iary "pected to start. Box 125-J. Star. oo E.ST.,.MATOB’. ,experienced in 'de tailing. pricing, production ot special mill work. ARLINGTON MILL WORK CO.. OT. 9111. —2™ FARM HAND—I am looking for a good reliable farmer with son of working age for general farming, near Uppcrville, Va.; house, garden, and part-keep; references. J. KEN NEDY, 3407 14 th st. n.w. TU. 4090 or Upp. 46, Sun. —24 GARDENER—Experienced. Apply AL BAN TOWERS, 3700 Mass. ave. n.w. »>■» GAS-STATION SHIFT MGR. Must be experienced in auto part and service and have ability to handle men; must be honest and reliable; 3*o0 wk. to start and commission. Apply Mr. Barber. BARBER S ESSO SERVICE, 10th and Maine ave. s.w. —23 HELP MIN FURNITURE MAN MANAGERIAL EXPERIENCE One who has the ability to take full | charge of a furniture store. YEARLY VOLUME $300,000 Located in Norfolk, Virginia, and on# of the oldest with a good reputation. :Am considering retiring as soon as I get the right man. Desirable ag« to be between 35 and 59 years. Must be a good closer oi sales and understand all phases of retail furniture business. Give full particulars in first letter. All communications held strictly confidential. I Address applications "Splendid Fu ture. * Box 148-S. Star. —23 HALL MAN. colored, for apt. house: ; se§ Mr. Farrell. HERBERT HARVEY* INC.. 912 17th st. n.w. —23 INSTALLER-MECHANIC for warm at* installations: must be fully experi ence© and have own tools, car de sirable. Apply HOLLAND FURNACE CO.. 1#1S Florida ave. n.w. —23 JANITOR—oth class license: air conditioned Apt. bldg.: good salary; middle aged, must be sober and re liable. Apply at once. 3140 Wise, ave n.w. _03 LABORERS—Apply Chevy Chase lea I Palace. 4431 Conn. ave.. Monday I morning 7:30. See MR. JOHNSON. LINOLEUM MECHANIC. onlT'^lst class need apply. Perm. 5-day wk. Start $70. ST. MARY'S LINOLEUM CO.. Leonardtown. Md. Phone Leonardtown 221-J. _23 LIQUOR SALESMAN ~ Unusual opportunity for aggressive man with good sales background to become associated with one of the fastest-growing liquor stores In Wash. This Is that break for the man who has ability and wants to prove it Write, stating qualifica tions. age. exper. Box 318-L. Star. LITHOGRAPHIC PLATE MAKER Familiar with making larg# size plates; permanent job, union wages Call in person. The Washington Planograph Co.. Ino. 1220 North Capitol Street _ 23« MEAT MAN, to work behind meat counter in super market; only ex E«£*Jj“ce'l need apply; steady job. ROCK CREEK SUPER MARKET. 8.125 Grubb rd., Silver Spring. Md. 5L. 412. ^4 MECHANIC—Only first class need *P® o„T°?..salary and vacation. Ap ply 804 Bladensburg rd. n.e. ask lor MR. DUBIN. MEN wanted with some sales exper : possible to make 980-930 a day. Call or apply in person 2824 Penna. ave n.w.. MI. 1738. —20 NIGHT MAN. colored, lor apt. house: nice Quarters and good salary. See Mr Farrell. HERBERT HARVEY, INC., 912 17th st. n.w. —23 PAINTERS-Report ready for work at Hiilwood Manor job. Glencarlyn dr. and Leesburg Dike, Baileys Cross roads. HARRY J. BRODIE. _22 PAINTERS, need 5. for outside work; sober, reliable; apply 8 a.m. Mon. ready for work, weather permitting. Naylor Gardens, 30th and Naylor id. s.e. _ PAPERHANGER WANTED, first e'asg only. Call FR. 5188. —23 PAPER HANGER, must be thoroughly experienced. Apply Manager. LA FAYETTE HOTEL, 16th and Eva n.w. —22’ PHARMACIST—Full-time job: sioro closed on Sunday COLONIAL DRUG-LIQUOR. 1119 loth st. n.w. PHARMACIST, registered. 3 nights weekly: alternate Sundays. EMPIRE PHARMACY, 1738 Conn. ave. n.w. PHARM. REG., by Aug. 1st. Refs, and exp. reQUired; $110 per wk. Box 27-R. Star. —23 PLASTERERS, white. A-l mechanics: call between 0 and 9 p.m., WA. 4877* PLASTERERS—COLORED” On large housing project, about (I me. work: $2.87 hr. WELSH CON STRUCTION CO.. Baltimore, Md.. Mr. Watson. Westland Gardena Home Development on Washington *Ld» »1 Baltimore. Wilkens ave. and Maiden Choice lane In Baltimore. Arbutus 157. or Washington. UN. (Continued on Next Page!