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Marriage License
Applications
Under D. C. law, couples
must apply for a marriage
license on one day, wait three
full days and receive the license
on the fifth day. Sundays and
holidays are counted the same
as other days.
Thomas Davis. 42. 1326 Girard st n.w ,
and Hazel Oxley. 32. 1509 6th st. n.w.
Jonn Mohler II 24. 5508 Nebraska ave..
and Hildegard Sterling. 22. 3210 10th
D). B.e.
Roscoe Lee. 41. 1102 2nd $t. s.e.. and
Georgeanna Belt. 29. 494 M st. s.w
Agustds Barr, 24. 637 Irving st. n.w . and
Mamie Broxton. 20, 1431 9th st. n.w
Connie White. 20. 722 8th st. n.e and
Carolyn Nixon. 816 6th st. n.w.
Kennedy Horn. 25. and Marie Laneuvnle.
25. both of 1708 Que st n.w
Clifford Barnes. 24. 355 H st. f.w., and
Janice Hall. 16. 440 9th st s w.
Curtis Shelton. 28, 635 Que st. n.w., and
Betty Jones. 19. 620 3Va st. n.e.
Donald Lacy. 26, Salina. Kans. and Agnes
Pritchard. 24. Atlanta. Ga.
Joseph Harris, jr.. 24. 1008 Spring rd.
n.w., and Carol Mills, 21. 1446 Savan
nah st. s.e. , ^
Gradie Anderson. 34. 1252 Columbia rd.
n.w.. and Elnora Gaines. 24, 5020 Lin
coln ave n.w. , ,
John Bucbee, 37. Beaver Heights. Md . and
Helen Hopwood. 40. 1613 Harvard st.
n.w.
Jose Gelubert. 35. GallinRer Hospital, and
Jean Ellenbrogen. 23. Scranton. Pa.
Leo Gnotta. 34. 3616 Fessenden st. n.w..
and Paula Schopffer. 27, 3126 Ellicott
Odell Daniel. 30. 933 8th st. n e . and
Mabel Lacklin, 24. Falls Church Va
nh*rt Warmer 1 T I « M cl n W «nri
Mary Wampler. 22 Indianapolis. Ind.
Robert Daniel. 24. Kill Girard st. n.e.
and Catherine Maxwell. 24. 5518 B
st. s.e.
James McCauley. 22. Mt. Rainier. Md..
and Elinor Werby. 19. 1616 Good Hope
ls?ac Phillips. 26. 3 116 H st. n.e.. and
Hazel Smith. 20. 138 Constitution ave.
n.e.
Leon Drake 18. 21A Bates st. n.w.. and
Ora Huntley 19. <28 6th st. n.e.
Roy Barber 46. and Pearl Thompson. 47.
both of 1380 E. Capitol st.
Paul Nash. 36. and Nannie Stevens. 33.
both of 446 loth st s.w.
Arthur Bom 47. Arlington Va.. and
Mary Schwartz. 37. 2022 Columbia rd.
n.w.
Robert Williams. 21. 310 D st. n.e.. and
Mary Murphy, 18. 535 9th st. s.e.
Walter Rollins. 44. 1418 W st. n.w.. and
Louise Brlggmon. 42, 1215 E st. n.e
Taylor Bryan 34. Mt. Rainier. Md.. and
Margaret Thornton. 23. 1852 Columbia
rd. n.w
Joseph Levengard. 43. Tuxedo. Md.. and
Sarah Grosney. 36. T&koma Park. Md.
Harl West. 31, 1517 Rhode Island ave. n.w’.
and Annie West 5220 N. Capitol st.
Paul Berqulst, 31. National Press Bldg,
and Mary Wingate. 24. House Office
Bldg.
Stephen Toms 22. Erie. Pa., and Mars
Finan. 23. 2228 Tavlor »t. n.e.
Mark Cassidy. 30. 1200 E. Capitol st
and Pansy Ashley. 32. 3220 Connecticut
ave. n.w.
Harry Meyer. 24. 2007 O st. n.w.. and
Ruth Espey. 36 Butler. Pa.
Louis Snowden, 20. 842 20th st n.t, and
Betty Moore. 19. 203 Douglas st. n.e.
Ronald Davis. 18. and Doris Gray, both
of 4407 Falls terrace, s.e.
Earnest McClelloh. 23. and Loretta
Bowers. 19. both of 1806 M it. n.w.
William Best. 29 Hyattsvllle. Md. and
Elva Coby. 29. 1420 18th st. s.e
Charles A. Swann. Jr 21 2413 Shannon
pi. s.e.. and LaJonne White, 18, 633
Gresham pi. n.w.
Earl Hassell. Jr.. 22. 3619 Fessenden st.
n.w.. and Evelyn Fox. 21. 3614 Whit
haven pkwy. n.w.
John Mitchell 25. 1803 Riggs st. n.w..
and Mary Marshall. 22. 1600 Gales
st n.e.
Joe Myles. 25. Andrews Air Force Base
and Dorothy Sapp. 23. Ft. Belvoir. Va
In Denmark, a horse bolted intc
a house and fainted on the bed.
Births Reported
(Prom the D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistics.)
BOYS.
Harold and Mildred Barnett
Clarence and Lillian Chinault.
Vaughn and Naomi Coale.
Edgar and Edith Edwards.
Robert and Roberta Henretty.
Frederick and Patricia Jonker.
Edward and Josephine Keeler.
James and Hazel Mattingly.
Lewis and Mildred Miller.
Grover and Mary Reeves.
John and Mary Rehenolds.
Edwin and Louise Saunders.
William and Dolores Stange.
Jacobs and Barbara Veal
Lester and Lois Wolfe.
William and Margaret Brandon.
James and Cordtlin Hardy.
Daniel and Annie Harris.
Robert and Constance Hembry.
Sylvester and Lillian Jackson.
James and Hattie Leach
Kenneth and Delores Morlna.
Flovd and Hattie Rollins.
Troy and Pattly Russell.
James and Saliie Smith.
James and Maggie Smith.
James and Roslle Smith
Oscar and Ruth Sparrow.
GIRLS.
Harry and Bertie Adking.
Edgar and Mary Bailey.
Eugene and Kathryn Brown.
James and Elizabeth Brennan.
Frank and Bessie Driver.
Acie and Mary Cockrell.
Thrift and Gladys Elgin.
Robert and Sandra Horowitg.
valentine ana Ann jonnson.
John and Margaret Jones.
James and Fisie Ram ey.
Phillip end Martha Watts
David anti Catherine Bailey.
James and Lillie Bell.
Roy and Zozima Blakeney
Percy and Fannie Carter
William and Charlotte Dudley.
Charles and Anna Freeman.
John and Marie Greene
William and Meta Harvey.
Willie and Mildred Bynum.
Albert and Bernice Hunter.
Gerald and Evangeline Iverson.
Wilbert and Miriam Jackson.
Earl and Mannie Lomax.
Jackson and Edna Lyons.
John and Annie Marshall.
George and Essie Montague.
Wesley and Ethel Richardson.
Wellington and Jean Robinson.
Torribio and Mary Rillon.
North Dakotans to Elect
The North Dakota State Society
will elect officers at a breakfast
meeting at 10 a m. tomorrow in
the Continental Hotel. .
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LISTINGS
INVITED
A COMPLETE
REAL ESTATE SERVICE
Since 1903
SILVER SPRING, MD.
SLigo 8900
-
| Chevy Chase« D. C. i
I 4 Bedrooms—2 Baths j|
| * *i <;.».><> I
^ 5326 41st STREET N.W. S,
| Between Conn, and Wise. Aves.
H 7-room row brick (rooms ore spacious) with fireplace, 2-car de- w
B tached garage. Oil hot-water heat, maid's room in basement, gj
5 front and rear porches, perfect location, convenient to schools, 3
pj churches ond transportation. S
| OPEN SUNDAY, 1 TO 6 §
| Reehj&np |
P 6. Hall Cook, Pres. HUdson 5333 day ar night |
Deaths Reported
(From the D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistic!. 1
Charles Ortlip. 81. 2709 North Capitol it.
Edward A. Weidemann. 84. Washington.
Anna M. Clauser. 82, 644 Massachusetts
Lillian C? Kallenbach. 79, 1612 S st. s.e.
Susan Hagem. 78. 2801 Jasper st n e.
Joseph P. Rooney, 77, 10.3 Elmira st. s.w.
Mary F Muller. 76. 5202 4th st. n.w
David E. Wentzel. 74. Arlington. Va
Luther Frazier. 71. 4404 Beecher st.
Harrison Parkman 68 Washington.
Edward B. Jordon. 66. Catholic University
D C.
Cornelius J Orady, 65. 3450 39th st. n.w
Charles Brodsky. 65, 1216 Shepherd st.
n.w.
Nathan Blalk. 64. 2513 Pennsylvania
ave n.w
Patrice J Matthews HO, 760 12th st. s.e
Mildred M. Smith, 55, 1811 Monroe st
John J Hamilton 55. Alexandria
Nunzia V. Fantl, 50. West Virginia
Katherine V Stapelton, 48. 3001 Con
necticut ave. n.w.
Larry L. Hasty, lti. 702 Lawrence st. n e.
Peter Williams, infant. 4817 3tith st. n.w.
Inlant Leland. Washington.
Infant Lawson, 2407 Girard pi. n.e
Amelia Moore. 84. 1414 Girard st. n.w
Pranl- C lamiton TH C/ilHicn' Hnm*
Alberta Grice. TO. 2221 Pomeroy st. n.w
Annie Hayes 65, 624 C st. s.e.
Benjamin GaPher. 63. Huntsville. Md
Emmett McC. Johnson, 61. 23 Que st. n.w.
Mary J Williams. 60, Hampton. Va
John O’Legther. 57. 4204 Clay st. n.e.
DeWitt T. Sturgeis, 54. 3400 Warder st.
n.w.
Rosa S. Collins. 53. 232 Oakdale pi. n.w.
Willie Evans 50. 2333 1,8th st. n.w.
Roy Williams. 32. Virgin Islands.
Taylor Green Jr.. 28. 85 S si. n.w.
Charles A. Thomas, infant. Kensington.
Md
Marcus Alieyne. jr. infant. 2020 Maryland
ave. n.e
Helen Larkins, infant. 3,302 Monroe st.
n w
Infant Jackson. Lanham, Md.
Infant Jackson. Lanham Md
Infant Pittman. 1807 California sU^fc.w.
350 Reservists Return
About 350 reservists who were
members of the Air Task Group on
annual training duty in New Or
leans, returned from two weeks’
training duty to Anacostia Naval
Air Station yesterday.

Fire Company Personnel
To Enlist CD Force
Personnel from each of the Dis
trict’s fire companies are being
selected as recruiting officers in
an effort to enlist more emergency
civil defense fire-fighters. Fire
Chief J. A. Mayhew announced
today.
To date, Chief Mayhew said,
relatively few men have been en
rolled and trained. The Fire De
partment plans to contact more
than 1.000 auxiliary firemen who
wee trained during the last war.
Any candidate over 21 who is
in good physical condition wil> be!
accepted at any fire house.
Chief Mayhew said that even
now. with the comparatively small
number of 300 emergency fire
fighters plus the normal off-duty
personnel, the departmen’s force
could be doubled in ah emergency.
WALLPAPER
Northwest Wallpaper
fir PAINT CO.
1014 7th St. N.W.
Washington, D C. RE 0054
SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS
OPEN SATURDAYS TILl S
MORTGAGE LOANS
Cal NA. 4589
I* Appraisal*
★ Construction WaaWnfton Often
Loan* 919 14tk St. N.W.
★ TWo Snarek Cal W;L j7M
★ Sottimsats Hyatt*HB« Often
Wkfcin 15 4ars 432! paTTaf* jL
Hyattsville Building Association
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Provide for
Financial Security
Through The Equitable’s
Systematic Saving Plan
"1 rki'LAccounts insured up to
ORGANIZED 1879 $10,000 by The Federal
Savings and Loan Insur
ance Corporation.
EQUITABLE
Co-Operative Building Association
915 F Street
! Gi
[ APPROVED!
; 112,000
I ’862 s"
I CASH DOWN
■ PLUS SETTLEMENT
Approx. *75 Per Me.
Non-CI |
TERMS ■
*1500 l
(CASH I
DOWN |
ATTRACTIVE I
FINANCING |
| LOOK AT THESE . . .
> OUTSTANDING FEATURES
I • 3 FULL BEDROOMS
| * FULL BASEMENT
| • SIDEWALKS, PAVED
_ • Living Room 13'4"xl7'x4"
I * Knotty Pint Paneling in
■ Living Room
■ • Steel Beam Construction in
Basement
• 7-cubic-foot Refrigerator
I • 36" Gas Range AGA
, | Approved J
* FULL DINING ROOM
• OUTSIDE ENTRANCE
STREETS AND TREES
• Double Laundry Tray* *
• 30-Gallon Hot-Water
Heater
• Gas Air-Conditioned Heat
• Within Walking Distance
of Schools and Churches
• Semi-detached brick
and frame
— I
Model Home Furnished by ... m
BRINSON'S FURNITURE CO.
1737 14th St. N.W. DU. 1334
TO REACH: Straight out Georgia Avenue extended to
Tiers Mill Road, 8 miles to our sign, then turn right on
Andrew Street as far as you can go to Model Home.
SALES OFFICE ON PREMISES
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY, 10 'TIL DARK
BUILDER: WHEATON PARK, INC.
EXCLUSIVE AGENT |
co<Bw& !
815*19 Ninth St. N.W. RE. 6650 |
John E. Lantdale^ SUBDIVISION SALES MANAGE* ^ j
Brotherhood Sues Southern Over Railroad Sional Jobs!
The Brotherhood of Railroad
Signalmen of America, with head
juarters in Chicago, is asking Dis
;rict Court to require the South
*rn Railway Co. to assign work of
nstalling and repairing transmis
sion lines of its signal system to
nembers of the union. «
A suit filed yesterday contends
that under an agreement with
she railroad, all work i. connec
tion with its signal system was to
Oe assigned to members of the
union. Work on the transmission
lines, however, has been assigned!
to others than the signalmen un
ion members on some of the rail
way’s lines, the suit says.
Assignment of this work to
others than members of that un
ion, the suit contends further, is
contrary also to a National Rail
road Adjustment Board ruling.
!
Rolled steel products, paints,
varnishes and polishes have been
brought under government control
in Ceylon.
1 3162 WESTOVER DRIVE S.E. I
I RANDLE HIGHLANDS, HILLCREST
1 OPEN SATURDAY, 4 TO 7; SUNDAY, 2 TO 6 jg
I PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 1
Excellent prewor detached brick home with a hilltop view |
-• nnH flHrnrfivp cnrmnn/iinne C IIuIna .aa«. in
room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, study, 2 baths, paneled recreation 4
R room, built-in garage. Close to Bolling and Andrews Fields, j§
[!j schools, etc. Substantial cash required.
l* For information, call Mrs. Williamson, TA. 7027
R Directions: Out Penna. Ace. S.C.. right on Slst St. and Westocer Drive to §
ft; our open ston.
* til
*
Homes Equipped With
BENPIX f
AUTOMATIC WASHERS \
Sell Faster! |
The world's most perfected, most |
preferred automatic washer. Phone |
for special builders' brochure.
LAwrence 6-5500
il_
I 4326 18th Street \.W. j
First Offering'—$18,950 j
Open Sat. and Sunday, 1 to 6 P.M.
Hill Attractive detached brick home, located in very desiroble and ||
mill convenier|f section close to Rock Creek Park. Reception hall, liv- |
llllll ln9 r00rn with fireplace, dining room, kitchen ond front porch. 3 [
llllll n'ce bedrooms and bath on 2nd floor. 2 enclosed rear porches, m
llllll Stairway to large attic. Oil h.-w.h. Detached garage. Completely |
Hill redecorated. Be sure to inspect this home promptly as it will sell
llllll «luick|y at *he price quoted.
FRANK J. VOL KUAN
EM. 1666 or WO. 1394
B
Serving Washington, nearby Maryland and
'3§
Virginia since 1890
1 NATIONAL PERMANENT
a
Building Association
719 10th St. N.W. NAtional 0254
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NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED WITH SEAL OF &
APPROVAL AWARDED BY SOUTHWEST [ ]
RESEARCH INSTITUTE QUALITY HOMES Wj wnj
PROGRAM. \> y
LURIA BROS.,
BUILDERS
.
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'v^v_f./ KEYES, SMITH,
SATTERLEE & LETHBRIDGE,
ARCHITECTS
• Rural setting with city con
veniences: municipal sewer,
water, gas and electricity on 9
’/»-acre lots.
• Three house types—one and
.two level houses — commu
nity diversity by variations in 9
carports, position on lots and
exterior color schemes.
• Houses oriented to gain best
sun, view and privacy. «
• Movable storage wall makes
room arrangement flexible;
2 or 3 bedrooms at owner's
option.
• Sloped, exposed beam ceil
ings, free standing living *
room television, book storage
cabinet; kitchen-dining room •
pass-through increases spa
ciousness.
Ample storage space pro
vided—built-in space-saving
closets with sliding doors and
adjustable shelves.
Smooth-sliding, weather-tight
maintenance-free aluminum
sash are eastly removed for
cleaning.
Efficient kitchen — fully
equipped with double-bowf
sink and garbage disposal,
generous cabinet and shelf
space, convenient serving
counter to dining alcove.
Attached carport with large
storage room at end.
Concrete driveways.
U 14/9*16 /O
TERMS—513,950—s3,950 cash
^ <| |aIo.L P«r Month—Includinr FHA TWO-LEVEL HOUSES
]j ^ Principal. Interest. Taxes _$16,950-517,400
CTOD I *nd In,uranc* APPROVED approximately sn.000 cash
a O •••Dia I Monthly payments less MOO
YMsun RRID4E
V9$SsHOtMC5
/
1200 15th St. N.W. Dl. 0222
and
LURIA BROS., Inc.
2300 Wilson Blvd., Arlington
OW. 8500
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