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The*, extremely low price, an ( ; made possible by oor vast purchase 5 ; of exceptionally fine re ms from s! s ootate,. bank,, bankraptey and s S aaerlfiee sales. Ton don’t nay fancy 5 5 prices for overhead hero. ^ ! LIVINGSTON & CO. | | ESTABLISHED 1904 1423 H ST. N.W. 5 i MI. 3440 ME. 2905 % S v 'Vile Odor' on Georgetown's South Breezes Protested The south wind holds no pleas ures for Pinkney W. Love. The very breezes that have in spired many men to poetry inspire Mr. Love only with a /iesire to move away from Gergetown. Mr. Love lives on Thirty-third street N.W., a few blocks north of a fat rendering plant on K street N.W., and when the wind is in the south it brings to him a “very vile” odor. He told the Georgetown 'Citi zens’ Association last night that it often gets so bad "we can’t sit out in the yard.” The association decided to ask the Commissioners to enforce the District’s anti-smoke laws which, Mr. Love believes, the odors vio late. ... * ' Unless the odor is corrected, Mr. Love says, he will be forced to move. The association, meeting in St. John’s Parish Hall, Potomac and O streets N.W., also made plans to sen# its president. Brig. Gen. Karl S. Bradford, U. S. A., retired, to the Commissioners’ budget hear Trade Board News Wins Top National t Award Third Time The four-year-old Washington Board of Trade News has received a top award for the third time in the annual publications appraisal conducted by the Ameri can Chamber of Commerce Executives. The Nation wide competi tion is confined to selecting superior Cham j b e r of Com I merce publica tions. Editor of the publication i s Bruce Bryan, director of pub lic relations for the board. Mem bers of the board of publications committee are William C. Shelton, general manager of the Wash ington Times-Herald, chairman; C. J. Mack, general manager of the Mayflower Hotel, and Harry L. Merrick, vice president of Kal, Erlich and Merrick, advertising firm. The monthly tabloid, official organ of the Washington Board of Trade, won awards in 1947 and 1949. The top award certificate was presented yesterday to William H. Press, Board of Trade executive secretary, at the 36th annual con ference of the A. C. C. E„ being held in Omaha, Neb., through to morrow. Ambrose Named Aide In Virgin Islands President Truman today ap pointed Daniel W. Ambrose, jr., a 1924 Howard University Law School graduate, to be Govern ment secretary of the Virgin Islands. The Government secre tary serves in place of the Gov ernor when that official is unable to function. Mr. Ambrose will succeed Morris F. de Castro, who was named Governor several months ago. Mr. Ambrose is a native of Charleston, W. 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