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Three Areas in Arizona
PHOENIX.—Three distinct phy
sical areas make up Arizona
lofty plateaus and great canyons
:in the north, high mountains in
the central section, and desert
i country in the south.
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For over holf a century brides hove
taken pride in Wedding Invitations and
Announcements by Brewood . . . dis
tinguished for their gracious styling,
traditional good taste and unerring
correctness of form. No wonder smort
Woshingtonions continue to rely on
ENGRAVERS 'BRetDODD PRINTERS’
1217 G STREET N.W. DISTRICT 4868
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Sasel Qhoto frames H
THE LARGEST SELECTION IT THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN I
Priced from $1.35 to $19.93
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en's I
Asleep,
She's His
Loretta Young
Has Problems in
Capitol Comedy
•HALF ANGEL.1’ a Twentieth Century
Fox picture, produced by Julian Blaustein.
directed bv Richard Sale, screenplay by
Robert Riskin. based on a story by Georae
Carleton Brown. At the Palace.
The Caat.
jNora_ _Loretta Young
(John Raymond_Joseph Cotten
Mr Gilpin _Cecil Kellaway
iDr. Jackson _Basil Ruysdael
Michael Hogan_Jim Be.ckus
Kay _ Irene Ryan
,Tim _John Ridgely
Mrs. McCarey___Therese Lyon
Receptionist_Mary George
Head Nurse_Mary Tarcai
Orderly _ Gayle Pace
Interne _Steve Pritko
Max _ Edwin Max
I Dan " _ _ Art Smtih
Best Man ' ... _Jack Davidson
Furniture Salesman ... Roger Laswell
Minister _William Johnstone
Justice ot the Peace „ Harris Brown
Thompson -Herbert Vlgran
judge _ —Freeman Lusk
By Harry MacArthur
Loretta Young and Joseph Cot
ten are called upon for some pretty
sticky love talk in “Half Angel.”
at the Capitol, but if you will take
a deep breath the dizzy feeling
will go away and you will find
that they also engaged in some
enjoyable light comedy. In other
circumstances Writer Robert Ris
kin and Director Richard Sale,
who let him get away with it,
might well deserve the bastinado
for having Miss Young and Mr.
Cotten address each other as “Jug
head” and “Frog,” but they have
conjured up enough amusing pas
sages to win pardon if not forgive
npss.
‘•Half Angel'’ is another Holly
wood examination of the split per
sonality, but it does not indulge in
any sorrow for the girl who has
it. Miss Young is the lass with the
unsuspected psychiatric problem.
By day she is a proper nurse, en
gaged to a dull and clean-cut
young man of her acquaintance.
At night, after she goes to sleep,
her subconscious takes over and
she goes sleep-walking in ardent
pursuit of a young millionaire she
knew as a child.
Since this young woman is not
aware, when awake, of what she
is doing when asleep, you can
see that there are possibilities
here. The man impersonated by
Cotten is given an understand
ably bad time by this doll who
woos him at night, then swings on
him and shouts down the law
w-hen he presumes by day to take
up where he left off. That sort
of thing w^ould confuse a man.
Apart from those endearments.
Riskin's script is a generally bright
one and Sale has directed it at a
proper comedy pace. Miss Young
and Cotten are a pair of facile
performers, too, wrho can play a
comedy scene for all it’s worth
and sometimes more. The sight of
Miss Young falling asleep on her
feet while being married, for in
stance, is a wonderfully comic
snprfcaclp.
The principals of “Half Angel’’
get some able assistance, too, from
such as Cecil Kellaway. John
Ridgely. and Jim Backus. Mr. Kel
laway is very fine indeed as the
sleepwalker's father, who remem
bers beningly how his wife used
to walk in her sleep before she
married hjm.
“Half Angel” is in Technicolor,
incidentally, and Loretta Young
in Technicolor is almost all a movie
needs to keep a man happy.
* * * *
The headliner of the Capitol’s
stage show is Snooky Lanson, the
singing cigarette salesman, who
covers a range from “The Old
Master Painter” to “Old Man
River” to the considerable delight
of the Lanson set. The bill also
includes the comedy of Georgia
Kaye, the dancing of Lathrop and
Lee and the musical novelty of
Davis and Dorothy Workman.
New Firm Baked
Bond
White Bread
Made with unbleached flour.
Costs the same as soft Bond Bread.
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accommodations still available for arrival
ion certain dates. Write, wire or phone
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Claims tor errors must be made in
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insertion
Special Notices and Personal 5c oer
line additional
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writer. S12 for 3 months Rental
applies on purchase CENTRAL.
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debts unless contracted by myself.
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ing A. F Base. 3*
PUBLIC RELATIONS COUNSELOR—
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periei ce intimate contacts Wash
ington New York and London.
Available for few selected accounts
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viduals. Box titi-K. Star. —5
AUCTION SALES
THOS. J. OWEN * SON. Auctioneers.
•135 Southern Building.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable DE
TACHED FRAME DWELLING BEING
KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBER
1217 EVARTS STREET. NORTH
EAST
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No 3277.
Folio 41 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 th»? premises, on TUESDAY. THE
FOURTEENTH DAY OF AUGUST.
AD 1351 AT TWO-THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M the following
described land and premises situ
ate in the District of Columbia and
designated as and being all of Lot
Id in Block «; in Denison and
Walker. Trustees’ subdivision of
' South Brookiand ’* as per plat re
corded in the Office of the Surveyor
for the District of Columbia m
Liber County 7 folio 55. except
the rear part thereof, condemned
and taken for alley purposes bv
proceedings in District Court Cause
No. 1337 in the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia now known
for purposes of assessment and
taxation as Lot 815 in Square
3337. Subject to covenants of
record.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
‘buildins association' deed of trust
for approximately S6.063.2O and a
prior second deed of trust for ap
proximately S3.248.37 further par
ticulars of which will be announced
at time of salf: the purchase price
above said trusts to be paid in
cash. A deposit of SoOO.On re
quired Conveyancing. recording.
etc. at purchasers cost. Adjust
ments made as of date ol -ale.
Terms to be complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property mav be
advertised and resold at the discre
tion of the trustees.
WADDELL Ft THOMAS.
„ _ LOUIS YUDELEVIT.
au.3.fi.8.I0.13. Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers*
435 Southern Building.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable THREE
STORY ROW BRICK DWELLING
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 2227 FIRST STREET.
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No 8313.
Folio 389 et seq.. of the land
records of the District of Columbia,
and at the reauest of the party se
cured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
In front of the premises, on TUES
DAY THE SEVENTH DAY OF AU
GUST. AD. 1851. AT THREE
O'CLOCK PM, the following
described land and premises, situate
In the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being Lot 38 in
Martin T. Dryden’s subdivision of
lots in Block 19 in "C. Wllhel
raina Dobbins’ addition to the City
of Washington." as per plat recorded
in County 19 folio 75 in the Office
of the Surveyor for the District of
Columbia; said Block 19 now known
for purposes of assessment and tax
ation as Square 3123. Subject to
covenants of record.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately S7.301.24
further particulars of which will
be announced at time of sale; the
purchase price above said trust to
be paid in cash. A deposit of
$500.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser's cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be complied with
within thirty days, otherwise de
posit‘forfeited and the property may
be advertised and resold at the
discretion of the trustees.
JOSEPH J URCIOLO.
Surviving Trustee.
Iy27.30.aul *3.8._
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Anetlonerfl*
435 Southern Building.
Trustees' 8ale of Valuable TWO
STORY DETACHED 8TUCCO
DWELLING BEING KNOWN AS
PREMISES NUMBER 3211 McKIN
LETY STREET. NORTHWEST
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber 8564. Polio
68 et seq , of the land records of
the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured
will sell, at public auction. In front
of the premises on MONDAY. THE
SIXTH DAY OF AUGUST. AD.
1951 AT THREE-THIRTY O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following-described land
and premises. situate in the District
of Columbia, and designated as » nd
beins Lots 4 and r» in pouare 2022
In Fulton R Gordon's subdivision
called “Chew Chase Grove.” as per
plat in T iber 42 at Folio 21: subject
to the ^estT-icticns and covenants of
record.
TERMS OF PALE. ALL CASH A de
posit of 45500 00 will be required at
time of sale All conveyancing, re
cording. revenue stamps, etc at
cost of purchaser Terms of sale to
be complied with within thirty days
from day of sale, otherwise the
trustees reserve tht right to resell
the property at the risk and cost of
defaulting purchaser, after five days’
advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington.
D. C.
THOMAS W HUNT.
M. J. WRIGHT.
Iy26.28 30aul.3 Trustees._
adama. weschler a son
Auctioneers • Appraisers
BANKRUPTCY SALE
of
Food Market
FIXTURES
FROSTED FOOD CABINET
WALK-IN COOLER—COMPRESSORS
TENDERIZER—SCALES—BLOCK
REFRIGERATING CASES—FANS
SLICER—CASH REGISTER
CHOPPER
Small Stock of
GROCERIES
BY PUBLC AUCTION
at 3128 11th ST. N.W
MONDAY
August 6. 1951. 1(» A M.
Modern McCray Model *n49'’ frosted
food cabinet: Oreole 8’ and McCray
12' refrigerating cases; 3 McCray
compressors: Standard computing
scales: Toledo ”525h-0-nnr’ u-ndrr
izer: American ”52” slicer: electric
chopper: bottle cooler: meat block:
reach-in and walk-in coolers; pedes
tal and ceiling fans: Burroughs cash
register, etc.
also
Canned fruits, vegetables, pickles,
fish milk, meats, jelly, dog food,
nesserts, cereals, spices, soap, flour,
etc.
Re:
Nat Kaplan, Bankrupt No. 23-51
Terms :_Ca6h.
I PAUL TNTERDONATO, Trustea
1108 Woodward Buildini. ^
I AUCTION SALES <Con».)
THE STANLEY GALLERIES
Licensed Auctioneers—Appraisers
:ms M ST. N.W.
IN OLD GEORGETOWN
AD. 8478. WASH. D. C.
Such an Assortment
of—
Fine porcelain dishes, figurines, in
laid English furniture. oriental
scatter rues, oil paintings, bric-a
brac household decorations, etc .
etc. from an English estate and
other owners. All going at—
AUCTION
Saturday. August 4. 1951. com
mencing at 10 a m Inspection in
vited Friday and previous to saie
_tlme.__—3
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. Auctioneer*,
135 Southern Building.
ADMINISTRATRIX S SALE OF VAL
UABLE TWO STORY AND BASE
MENT ROW BRICK DWELLING
CONTAINING SIX I^OOMS AND
BATH COA1. HOT WATER HEAT;
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER TM FIFTH STREET.
SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of a decree of the United
States District Court for the Dis
trict of Columbia passed in Admin
1;. ration Number 75.880. we will
sell at public auction in front of
the iremises on FRIDAY THE
THIRTY-FIRST DAY *OF AUGUST
A.D . 1051 AT 1HREE O CLOCK
P.M.. the following-described land
and premises situate in the District
of Columbia and being Lot 34 in
E. R. Adams’ subdivision of part of
Original Lot 1 in Square 843. as
per plat recorded in Liber i0 folio
185 in the Office of the Surveyer
for the District of Columbia, to
gether with the improvements there
on. Sold subject to ratification by
the District Court.
TERMS OF SALE; ALL CASH. 5500.00
deposit in cash or certified check
required upon acceptance of bid.
All conveyancing, notary fees, reve
nue stamps and recording at pur
chaser's cost. Administratrix re
serves the right to reject any and
all bids deemed by her to be rnsuffi
j cient. Terms of sale to be complied
with within thirty days from date
of ratification of sale by the Court,
otherwise the Administratrix re
serves the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of tne default
ing purchaser after five days' ad
vertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washing
ton. D C
MARY O MATTHEWS.
Administratrix
J. GEORGE GATELY.
Attorney.
310 Columbian B’-udig. RE. 43‘20.
>u3,18.1 7.'_'4 .‘27.*!8.*!9.30
THOS. .1 OWEN & SON. Auctioneers,
135 Southern Building.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable ROW
BRICK DWELLING BEING KNOWN
AS PREMISES NUMBER 84*2 CAL
LAN STREET. NORTHEAST
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 850!!.
Folio 87 et seq . of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and
at thp reouest of the nnrtv secured
thereby, the undersigned trustee*
will sell, at public auction in front
of the premises, on TUESDAY THE
FOURTEENTH DAY OP AUGUST
AD 1H51. AT THREE O'CLOCK
PM. the following-described land
and premises, situate in the District
of Columbia and designated as and
being Lot 156 In Jones. Attorney lor
Jacob S. Rosenthal, subdivision of
lots in Square #56. as per plat
recorded in the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
in Liber 1 # at folio .46.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately 150.00
further particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale: the
purchase price above said trust to
be paid as follows: $500.00 rash
balance in monthly instalments of
vi.» on Including interest and prin
cipal on both trusts. A deposit of
SAmo no required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser s cost.
Adjustments made ik of date of sale.
Terms to be complied with within
thirty davs. otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be ad
vertised and resold at the discre
tion of th» trustees.
THORNTON W OWEN.
ROBERT W KID WELL
_a u T6-S.H» 13._t rustces.
The Craig* Farm
At Auction
TUESDAY, AUG. 7, 2:00 P.M.
22« acres in the horseshoe bend of
Staunton River, near Altavista. Va.
More than half in rich loam bot
tom land, a small portion in timber
and the balance In fine grazing land.
About 4»> acres in corn and a suffi
cient hay cron for a large number
of cattle. This farm is one of the
be^ of its size in the State This
land will produce as much as any
land anywhere and lavs perfectly
for farming with modern traetor
machinery All of the bottom land
can be plowed at the same time.
The entire boundary is well watered
and fenced The lovely, oid home
K in perfect condition and has in
spacious rooms with open fireplace
in pry room. If is situated in a
Jarce. shady lawn covered with
nollys. stately oaks and many
varieties of tree*; and evergreens.
There are C ‘’ood tenant houses. 4
lervc cattle barns and other neces
sarv farm buildings—all in good
repair. Water to all buildings from
a large spring on the farm. This
farm is near the large Burlington
Mills in Altavista, which town is
fa-r becoming the choice for in
dustrial D'ants and i*- the home of
the Lane Cedar Chest Co. You will
have an opportunity to buy a por
tion of this land or the emire
boundary To include all grow*g
crops. Following the land sale we
w :P sell • *t» nice steers. CATALOG
GIVING VIEWS AND MORE IN
FORMATION WILL BE MAILED ON
REQUEST
J. G. SHEETS & SONS
Realtors—Auctioneers
Roanoke Va.
j ADAM A. 'VKSCAllR * SON.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OP ALTERATION
SHOP MACHINERY. FIXTURES
EQUIPMENT AND STOCK IN
TRADE ALSO t 5. ADE NAME AL
TERATION HOUSE’ ,
By virtue of a Chattel Deed of Trust
recorded in Liber 9351. Folio 421.
et sen., one of the L'*nd R cords of
the District of Columbia and at the
request of the party secured thereby,
the undersigned trustees will sell
by public auction at 510 9th Street.
N.W ‘second and third floors* on
THURSDAY. AUGUST 9. 1951 AT
9 O'CLOCK A M . 1 Model DC .V -20
and 8 Model AC 31-15 Singer Sew
ing Machines. Defiance No. 32 Pink
ing. Machine U. S. “89-1'’ Blind
Stitcher. 3 Pressing Irons, uphol
stered sofa and chair. 22 chairs 8
tables. 6 electric fans, table motor,
clutch and gear for Reece Machine,
3 display cases. 8turgis register
water fountain. Remington adding
machine, mirrors, counter. IBM
time clock, etc.
Terms: Cash
WILLIAM R. I.ICHTENBERG.
JOSEPH LURIA.
au.3 6.8 Trustees.
. PROPOSALS
WASHINGTON SUBURBAN SANI
TARY COMMISSION.—Contract No.
1018-W.—Water Main Construction.
Spplpd nrooosjUs for constructing in
Good Luck Road Prince Georges
County, approximately 1.S25 tert of
in-iimh voter mains, vil1 bv re
ceived at the office of the Washing
ton Suburban Sanitary Commission.
Hamilton Street. Hyattsville. Mary
land. until Monday. August 13. 1951,
at 2:20 P.M.. Eastern Daylight Time,
at which place and time they will
be publicly opened and read Plans
and specifications may be obtained
from the office of the Chief Engi
neer of the Commission. Hyattsville,
Maryland, upon deposit of $5.00.
which deposit will be returned to
bidders or to those returning plans
and specifications in good condition.
RAYMOND W. BELLA MY. Chair
man: L S RAY, J. NORMAN AGER.
Commissioners. Attest JAMES B.
PARKHILL. Secretary-Treasurer.
_ __au3\
ULiM'-KAL AU«l3l»mA
TION. Public Buildings Service,
Washington. D C.. July 26, 1951.
•—Sealed bids in duplicate will be
publicly opened in this office at l
P M.. Standard Time. Auk. 30. 1951.
for furnishing and installing or fur
nishing and delivering a 4.0OO-KW
non-condensing steam turbo elf*ctrie
generator uriit at the National In
stitutes of Health. Boiler Plant and
Incinerator. BuildinR No. 11. at
Beth**da. Maryland. Spe^ficat’ons
may be obtained at Room No 1904.
General Service-. Building. 10th end
^ Greets N.\v Wa«hingt.r*n *?5.
D C Phone Executive 4000. Ex
tension *2397. and must be returned.
The furnishing of more than one
set will be in the discretion of the
Commissioner of Public Buildings
Service. General Services Adminis
tration. au3,4 6
PERSONAL
ROOM, board, and excellent care
for elderly people. Please call DO.
7-7067 for full information. —5
SOMMER CAMP In Maine, special
rates for August for boys and girls,
ages 5 to IS. Group leaving in a
few davs WI. 6873. ■—4
ACCOMPANIST—Must read well,
classics, etc.; part time. DO.
3183. —3 *
MEN. WOMEN—Old at 40. 50. 60?
Want to feel peppy, years younger?
Ostrex Tonic Tablets pep up bodies
lacking iron: also contain supple
ments Vitamin Bl, calcium. Trial
size only 45c. At all druggists.*
NORSE, registered; office treatments.
AD. 4179. 3*
NURSING CARE Accredited licensed
and approved Mt Vernon convales
cent hospital D C CO 2224
VACANCY In nursing nome: 24-hr.
nursing care licensed by county srd
State. SH 604 u
MEADOWS REST HOME, vacancies.
Priv o. semi-priv. or small ward.
24-hr nursing care. Tray service.
Call DE 4896
THE KILGORE HEALTH SERVICE
and Reducing Treatments. RA. 0968.
8238 Georgia ave.. Sil. Spg.. Md. *
REDUCE, steam baths. sober-up
treatments. WILLIAMS, formerly
opp. Mayflower Hotel. Phone GL.
6172. 5*
UPHOLSTERING done In your home.
Reasonable prices. 100 fabrics.
Nearby Va. and Md. Free estimates.
MORRIS LI. 4-9820. 5*
GENTLEMAN wants room and board
for two sons In high school. 5-year
old uaughter and himself; 60 hours
weekly care of children wanted
also. JO. 9-9867. 5* jg
PERSONALS (Cont.) I
PERMANENT. $4: shampoo WAR
FLYNN BEAUTY COLLEGE. 1210
RESPONSIBLE PARTY would like to
rent late model car for week of
Aug 12-1*. Call MR. BROWN. GL.
4200 or JA. *-*9*3. —5
MRS. GERTRUDE SCUURRE. for
merly with Altha Hall School, an
nounces the opening of her own
kindctgarten at 313 Maple ave..
Fai-s Church; accessible East, West
Falls Church vicinity. Limited en
rollment. JE, 3-7550._ —
SPECIAL ON HEMS. 2 FOR $1.50
REPEATED BY REQUEST 1 WEEK
Any width full skirt, rolled hem: air
conditioned: centrally located: Quick
service. LEA ENGEL DRESSMAKER.
1110 F st. n.w , Rm. 20. EX. 1803.
LEGAL hfoTICE*
WILLIAM E. OWEN. Atty.
F St. N.W. M ,
Filed July 18. 1951. Harry M. Hull.
Clerk. _
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Court for the District of Columbia.—
In Re Application of Rene Julian
and Marion Julian, his wife. For
Change of Name.—Civil Action No.
2915-*51.—Rene Julian and Marion
Julian, his wife, having filed a com
plaint for a judgment changing their
name to Rene and Marion St. Julien
and having applied to the Court for
an order of 'publication of the notice
required by law in such cases, it is.
by the Court, this 18th day of July.
1951 Ordered that all persons con
cerned show cause, if any there be.
on or before the 11th day of
August. 1951. why the prayers of
said complaint should not be grant
ed: Provided. That a copy of this
order be published once a week for
three consecutive weeks before said
day in The Evening Star and The
Washington Law- Reporter. IS )
JAMES R. KIRKLAND. Judge. (Seal.)
A True Copy. Test: HARRY M.
HULL. Clerk By ELLA McDONALD.
Deputy Clerk. jy2Q.27.au3
W. L. GRAY. Attorney.
Colo. Bldr.
Filed June 8. 1951 Harry M Hull.
Clerk
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia —
GRAY PROPERTIES INC A body
corporate Plaintiff, vs UNKNOvVN
HEIRS. ETC OF LEE FRAZIER.
Deed ET AL.. Defendants—Civil
Action No. 1125-51.—The object
of this suit Is removal of cloud on
title to Lots Eighteen *18) and Nine
teen «19) Block Two (2> “WASH
INGTON HIGHLANDS” known as
Lots 18 and 19 Square 6164 On
motion of the plaintiff, it is this
8th day of June. 1951. ordered that
the defendants JAMES DICKSON
F V BEY Jr HUGH FALBEY
KEZIAH FALBEY, DRELL WILLIAM
FATPEY PRANK FALBEY ELEA
NOR F ROWAN MARY HILL
HUGHES ANDREW WINFIELD
HILL. FRANCES V HILL JANE M.
HILL AND FRANK P HILL cause
their appearance to be herein entered
on or before the fortieth day ex
clusive of Sundays and legal holi
tc ftmirrintr of‘or tVin .lav nf
the first publication cf this order:
and that the defendants. UNKNOWN
HEIRS ALIENEES OR ASSIGNS
OF LEE FRAZIER. DECEASED,
cause their appearance to be en
tered herein on * or before the first
rule day occurring aftef the ex
piration of three months from the
date otherwise the cause will
be proceeded with as In case of
default. Provided, a c^pv of this
order be published twtje a month for
three months in >the Washington
Law Reporter and The Evening Ftar
before said day. <S> CHARLES F.
McLAUGHLIN. Justice. A true copy.
Test: HARRv m HULL. Clerk By
HELEN K BENDURE Deputy Clerk.
Je22.2PJye.l3.»u3.10_
CROMEMN * TOWNSEND Attorney*.
13W Nat’! Pres* Bldg.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Holding
a Probate Court.—Estate of Julia N.
Streater Deceased.—No. 782.32.
Administration Docket 164.—Ap
plication having been made herein
for probate of the last will and testa
ment of said deceased, and for letters
testamentary on said estate, by Paul
B Cromelln. it is ordered this ’9th
dav of July. A D 1951. that Minnie
Lone William S Swenson. William
R Swanson. Sarah Cochran. Evelyn
Fry. and a.l others concerned, ap
pear in said Court on Monday, the
27th day of August. A D 1951. at
10:00 o''lock A M . to show cause
whv such application should not be
granted. Let notice hereof be pub
lished in tne “Washington Law Re
porter" 3nd “The Evening Star"
once n each of three successive
weeks before the return day herein
mentioned, the first publication to be
not less than thirty days before said
return day. Witness, the Honorable
BOLITHA j LAWS. Chief Judge of
said Court, this ]9th day of July.
AJ>. 1951 -Seal.) Attest: THEO
DORE COGSWELL. Register of Will*
for the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probate Court. jy2<> 27.au.‘L_.
DAVID A. FEGAN. Attorney,
American Security Bldg.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Holding
a Probate Court.—Estate of Martha
R Greene. Deceased—No 77.826,
Administration Docket 16.3.—Appli
cation Jiavine been made herein for
probate'of the last will and testa
ment of said deceased for letter*
of administration, c.t a. or. said
estate, by Martha Ryan it is or
dered this 26th day of July. A D.
1951. that Henry Greene. Joseph
Greene. William Greene. James
Greene. Frederick Greene, and all
others concerned, appear in *aid
Court on Tuesday, the 4th day of
September. A D 1951. at 1 o 60
o’clock A M . to show cause why such
apolication should not be granted
Let notice hereof be pub'i^hed 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 less than
thirty days before said -eturn day.
Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA J.
LAWS Chief Judge of said CourL
this 76th day 0i July, A D 1951.
'Seal* Attest: ELLA A BROWN.
Deputy Register of Wills for the Dis
trict of Columbia. Clerk of the Pro
_ jjx • au.t.M*_
F. H. LIVINGSTONE. Attorney;
Barr Building.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
lor the District of Columbia Hold
ing Probate Court —No. 77.229, Ad
ministration.—Thi* is to Give No
tice: That the subscribers, of the
District of Columbia have obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Letters Testamen
tary on the estate of Lily D Brooks,
lato of the District of Columbia de
ceased. All persons having claims
against the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with the
vouchers thereof, legally authenti
cated. to the subscribers, on or be
fore the 14th day of January,
A D. 1952: otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Given under our hands
this 13th day of July. 1951. WIL
LIAM C. BROOKS. 3041 Chestnut
St.. N.W. PAUL J SEDGWICK.
Barr Bldg. ‘Seal.l Attestr THEO
DORE COGSWELL. Register of
Wills for the District of Columbia,
Clerk of the Probate Court.
jy20.27.au3._
J. FONTAINE HALL, Attorney.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No 77703, Ad
ministration.—This is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia Letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Nelly A.
Warner, late of the District of Co
lumbia. deceased. All persons having
claims against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on
or before the 14th day of January.
AD 1952 otherwise they mav by
law be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Given under its hand
this 17th dav of July 1951. NA
TION AI SAVINGS AND TRUST
COMPANY Bv: BRUCE BAIRD.
President ‘Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J.
MARQUES Deputy Register of Wills
for the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probate Court. jy20.27.au3.
EDWARD A. DENT, Jr.. Attorney,
613 15th Street N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia Holding
a Probate Court.—Estate of Albert
M Walker Deceased.—No. 78.118.
Administration Docket 164.—Appli
cation having been made herein for
probate of the last will and testa
ment of said deceased, and for let
iers testamentary on said estate, ny
The National Metropolitan Bank of
Washington it is ordered this 19th
day of July. AD. 1951. that Ed
win Jones. Albert Jones. Ethel
Jones Arthur L. Jones. Mrs. C. L.
Pinch. Mrs. R. C. Lyons. John M.
Jones. Ruth L Jones. Mrs. E P.
Fnwier. Mrs. Wilbert Stoner Charles
Walker Roy Walker. Mrs. E E.
Ev^is Leander Northrup. Bruce
Poundstonr Mrs Elizabeth P An
drew Mrs Miriam P. Lewis. Wen
dall Poundstone Robert Weeks.
Charles S. Walker. Mrs Eva W.
Bra.nmer. Charles E. Mynard. Frank
H Mynard. Dwight R Mynard.
Warren A. Mynard and Russell M.
Shaw, all of whom are non-resi
dents ar.d all unknown heirs-at
law and next-of-kin of said dece
dent. and all others concerned ap
pear in said Court on Mondav. the
27th day of August. A.D. 1951 at
10:00 o clock A.M.. to show cause
why such application should not be
granted.-. Let notice hereof be pub
lished in the “Washington Law Re
porter” and “The Evening Star.”
once in each of three successive
weeks before the return day herein
mentioned, the first publication to
be not less than thirty days before
said return day. Witness, the Hon
orable BOLITHA J. LAWS. Chief
Judre of said Court, this 19th day
of July. A.D. 1951. fSeal.) Attest:
THEODORE COGSWELL. Register
of Wills for the District of Colum
bia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
Jygo.CT.aua__ _
JOHN DILLON FITZGERALD.
Attorney.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ins Probate Court.—No. 78,008. Ad
ministration.—This is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber of the
District of Columbia nas obtained
from tie ptobate Court of the
District of Columbia. Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Chi
Tseng, also known as Tseng Chi.
late of thf* District of Columbia, de
ceased. All persons having claims
against the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with the
vouchers thereof, legally authenti
cated. to the subscriber on or before
the 18th day of December. A.D.
1951; otherwise they may by law be
excluded irom all benefit of said
estate. Given under my hand this
17th day of July. 1951. JOHN DTL
LON FITZGERALD. 430 Washington
BMg. (Seal.i Attest: MELVIN J.
MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills
for the District of Columbia. JTlerk 1
of the Probate Court. jy20.27,|gi8.
LEGAL NOTICES (Cent.)
SAMUEL J. L’HOMMEDIEU. Attorney,
520 W'asbir.fton Loan d. Trust Bldg.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing A Probate Court.—Estate of «
Mary Agnes Dougherty. Deceased.
No. ' 8005. Administration Docket
164. Application having been made
herein for probate of the last will
and testament and codicil of said
deceased, and for letters testamen
tary on said estate, by John M.
Trant and Joseph P. Quigley it is
ordered this second day of August,
AD. 1951. that Julia O’Connor.
Mary Sullivan. Mary Ann Archer,
James J Trant. Patrick J Trant.
Hannah McMahan and the unknown
heirs at law and next of kin of
decedent and all others concerned,
appear in said Court on Monday,
the tenth day of September. A.D.
1951. at 10:00 o’clock A M., to show
cause why such application should
not be sranted. Let notice hereof
be published in the ‘Washington
Law Reporter” and "The Evening
Star.” once in each of three succes
sive weeks before the return day
herein mentioned, the first publica
tion to be not less than thirty daya
before said return day. Witness,
the Honorable BOLITHA J. LAWS.
Chief Judge of said Court, this sec
ond day of August. A.D. 1951. (Seal.)
Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL.
Register of Wills for the District of
Columbia. Clerk of the pro^ate
Court. au6.10.17
A. DEVITT V^NECIL^Assistanl
Attorney General; CHARLES M.
IRELAN, Attorney Lands Division.
Department of Justice.
Piled: July 19 1951 Harry M Hull.
Clerk.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Court for the District of Columbia.—
In the matter of the acquisition of
Lots 20 to 60. inclusive. 66 to 62.
inclusive. 65. 06. 69. 70. 73 to 78.
Inclusive 81 to 89. inclusive. 90. 91.
92. 800. 802 and 803 in Square 5236;
Lots 1 to 28. inclusive, in Square
5267: Lots 1. 2. 6 and 29 to 40
inclusive, in Square 6268; and Lots
I and 62 to 4o inclusive. In Square
6269; ail in the District of Columbia.
—District Court Docket No. 3284 —
ORDER FOR SURRENDER OF POS
SESSION AND CITATION TO RE
SPONDENTS.— Upon consideration
of tht amended petition of the
United States ol America filed herein
on the 19th day oi July. 1951. by I
Charles M Irelatf. Attorney Land*
Division Department of Justice, act
ing under the instructions of the i
Attorney General ol the United
States upon the reauest ol the
National Capital Housing Authority. !
seeking the condemnation of the j
following described lands in the
District of Columbia for the public
use that is to say. as part of the
development program of the Au
thority to provide proper housing
for families of low income in the
District q! Columbia: Lots 20 to
50. inclusive. 53 to 62. inclusive.
05. 60. 69. 70. 73 to 78. inclusive,
HI to 89 inclusive. 90. 91. 92. 800.
802 and 803 in Sauare 5236; Lots
1 to 28. inclusive in Square 5237;
Lots 1. 2. 3 and 29 to 40. inclusive,
in 8quare 5238; and Lots 1 and 32
to 40. inclusive, in Square 5239: all
In the District of Columbia; together
with all the right, title, interest
and estate of the owners of said
lands in and to all streets, roads,
avenues, alleys, ways and rights of
way abutting or appertaining to the
same; Apd it appearing to the court
that the public purpose for which
the lands and premises in this
proceeding are to be acquired re
quires that the United States have
possession of the lands in this pro
ceeding above described and which
are unimproved. forthwith. and
possession of the lands in this pro
ceeding above described which are
improved, within a period of thirty
days following the date of this
order, it is by the court this 19th
day of July 1951. ADJUDGED AND
ORDERED THAT Rollin M. Bell.
826 l"th Street N.W.: Harry Beren
ter. 4923 Georgia Avenue N.W ; Lura
Braclfield trustee 2720 Wisconsin
Avenue N.W Samuel C. Broadus,
640] 14th Street N.W : James A.
Brown. 4718 Blaine Street N.E :
Lillian R Brown. 4718 Blaine Street
NE.. Capital Mortgage & Title Co .
Inc., a Delaware Corporation. «2l
Colorado Building: Henry A. Clay.
208 53rd Street N E . M M. Cole,
trustee. Office of the Recorder. Room
312. 6th and D Streets N.W.: Delta
O. Colvin, c o Lester E Colvin. 3001
Porter Streep N.W : Lester E. Col
vin. trustee. 3001 Porter Street
N.W : Thomas P Colvin, c o Lester
E Colvin. 3001 Porter Street N.W.;
Marv E Crowder. 1612 D Street S.E.;
Lula Davis. Executrix under the
will of Henrietta Frazier. <Adm.
No 72684L 1211 Fairmont Street
N.W ; William V Davis, truster.
1136 12th Street N.W.: District of
Columbia. Municipal Building: Harry
Dreisen. Bond Building: Sadie R
Dreisen c o Harry Dreisen. Bond
Building: Alice Duncan. 304 Ken
tucky Avenue S E : Samuel Duncan.
3<»4 Kentucky Avenue S.E.. Nathan
Duvall, trustee. Bond Building; E\e
ning Star Newspaper Company. 11 th
Street ar.d Pennsylvania Avenue
N.W.; Jack L. Fri*»dlander. Room
200. Woodward Building Doris
Churchill Gray 021 Colorado Build
ing: Gray Properties Inc.. 621
Colorado Building: Wilbur L. Gray.
621 Colorado Building: Helen Louise
Griffith. 129 ]6th Street NE: Lulu
Jane Griffith. 129 10th Street N.F ; ,
Jacob S. Gruver. 5460 39th Street
NW; Nathaniel Hall 2011 3rd
Street N.W.: Reuben Hall. 2011 3rd
Street N.W. Thomas Hall. Jr.. 2011 j
3rd St^et N W . Richard E. Harris,
trustee 15th and M Streets N.W :
Helen V Hart c o Murrav Co.. 1229
L Street N.W George L. Hilliard. !
135 R Street NE.: Clarence J. Holt.
2845 Myrtle Avenue N.E.: Hiram J.
Jackson 314 53rd Street N.E.: W.
V James 310.3 Alabama Avenue
S E Florence King. 75 Defrees
Street N W : William Kricun. 629 E
Street N W Edna Lee. 4225 Dix
Street NF : Nathan M. Lubar. Room
200. Woodward Building: Edward V
McDermott, trustee. 141.3 Eye Street
w w jonn u. Mcwiuiims. Trus
tee. 2810 Newton Street N.E.: Anna
| Hart Massino. also known of record
I as A M Hart, c o Murray Co . 1220
I L Street NW.: Leonard S Melrod.
Room 200 Woodward Building:
Melinda Morton. 2007 12tb Street
N.W : Do’ores Murray. 1220 L Strept
N.W Elsie May Nelson. 530] Dix
Street N F : Bernice O. Pag*, aho I
known of record as Bernice O
Dickens 4274 Penning Road N E :
Leonard H Pasqual Sr., trustee.
030 F Strpet N.W : Frank V Payne.
1305 Girard Street N.E.: Eva J.
Perry. 05 Quincy Place N.W.; Mary
B Robinson. 413 53rd Street N.E :
Rose Schlein 015 New York Avenue
N.W Garfield C. Thompson, trus
tee. 475 Florida Avenue N.W.: Estelle
M. Wormley 035 Westminster Street
N. W.: M J. Wright, trustee. 2440
30th Street NW.: all the foregoing
of the Cifr of Washington. District
of Columbia, and ^he following per
sons whose addresses. notwith
standing diligent inquiry, cannot be
ascertained: Laura Anderson.
Charles P. Cunningham. Lula Gill.
Grace P Green. Andrew E Mickens,
William T. Perkins. Elane L. Schultz.
Meyer Yalum: and Bank of Bowie.
Bowie. Maryland: Jam^ W. Camp
bell Powder Mill-Ch^ry Hill Road.
Box 126-C. Berwvn. Maryland: Mary
E Campbell Powder Mill-Cherry
Hill Road. Box 126-C Berwyn.
Maryland: James P Casbarian. trus
tee. 4800 Rhode Island Avenue.
Hvatt«=villp. Maryland: Joshua Cook. ;
510 N. Ohio Avenue. Atlantic Citv. i
New Jersey: Marv E. Cook. 510 N. I
Ohio Avenue. Atlantic City. New
•Tprsey: Marie J Jones. 908 N 3rd
St'-eet. Richmond Virginia Joel H.
Millpr. ?r 1 ♦* E Sedgwick S’-’-ePt.
Sandston Virginia: P Lee VanHorn.
trus’ee Glendale. Maryland: E”gema
J. Williams. 201 N. Carey Street.
Baltimore. Maryland: Harry Marco
■P’illiams. 201 N. Carey Street. j
B lrimore Maryland' Thornton H
Wood. 217 W. 137th Street. New
York 30. New York: the foregoing
being the persons named in said
am.pnded pet'tion. and in the event,
that any of the foregoing persons
is deceased the unknown heirs,
alienees and devisees of such person:
and Robprt B. Blount, unknown
heirs, alienees *nd devisees of:
Addle Carter unknown heirs,
alienees and devisees of: Robert
Carter, unknown h'drs. alienees and
devisees of: Ellis Dawson, unknown
heirs, alienees and devisees of;
Janie McDowell also known of rec
ord as Janie Gidney. unknown heirs,
alienees and devisees of- Edward E.
Perkins, unknown neirs. alienees i
and devisees of: A- L. Timberlake.
unknown heirs, alienees and devisees
of: and ALL PERSONS having or
claimine to to have any right, title, j
interest or estate in the lands here
inbefore described or to be entitled
to compensation in respect of the
taking of the same for public use,
and ALL PERSON'S occupying or in
possession of the same, be, and they
are hereby, required to surrender
possession of the lands in this pro
ceeding above described and which
are unimproved to the United States,
forthwith, olid to surrender the
possession of the lands in this pro
ceeding above described which are
improved to the United States of
America within a period of thirty
days following the date of this order.
AND IT IS FURTHER ADJUDGED
AND ORDERED that said parties
be, and they are hereby, required,
cited and admonished to appear in
this court on the l.'tth day of
August. 1951. at 10 o'clock a m., to
answer said petition and make claim
for the compensation to which they
dpem themselves entitled. PRO
VIDED. HOWEVER. AND IT IS
FURTHER ORDERED that a copy
of this order be published once a
week for three consecutive weeks
in THE EVENING STAR, a news
paper of general circulation pub
lished in the District of Columbia,
and also once a week for three con
secutive weeks in the WASHINGTON
LAW REPORTER, the first of said
publications to be not later than the
-■Ird day of July. 1951: AND IT IS
FURTHER ORDERED that a copy
of this order be served before the
return day hereof by the United
States Marshal for the District of
Columbia, or his deputies, upon each
of the persons named herein who
is. so far as ascertaipable by rea
sonable inquiry, residing or sojourn
ing within the District of Columbia,
or can be foundi by said Marshal or
his deputies within said District.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that a cony of this order of citation
be mailed postpaid to each of the
Kersons shown by said petition to
e. and hereinbefore designated as
non-residents of the District of Co
lumbia. such copy to be addressed
to the last known place of residence
of such person. iS.l JAMES R.
KIRKLAND. Judge iSeal.) A True l
Copy. Test: HARRY M. HULL. Clerk
By ANNB W. LYDDANE. Deputy
Clerk. jySO.g^ua
LEGAL WUMW.
ISADORE BRILL. Attorney.
J *09 H St »
UNITED STATES DISTRICT.COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
i«g Probate Court.—No. 77.3(4. Ad
ministration.—This is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of tha
Srate ol New York has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia, Letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Morris
Neuwirth. late of the District of
Columbia, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against the deceased ara
hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on
or before the liith day of November.
A.D. 1951: otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Given under my band
this 23rd day of July. 1951. JOSEPH
NEUWIRTH. 417 Chauncey St..
Brooklyn, N. Y. (Seal.) Attest:
MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy
Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probata
Court,_Iy27.au3.10. .
MARTIN J. McNAMARA. Jr..
Attorney. 1033 Investment Building.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing a Probate Court.—Estate of
Mary F Fant. Deceased.—No. 781 /«•
Administration Docket 164.—Appli
cation having been made herein for
letters of administration on said
estate, by Roy Kohlhausen. Jr., It ii
ordered this 19th day of July. A.D.
1951 that all the unknown helra
at law and next of kin of Mary F.
Fant. deceased and all others con
cerned. appear in said Court on
Monday, the 27th day of August.
A.D. 1951. at 10:00 o’clock AM.,
to show cause why such application
should not be granted. Let notlca
hereof be published In the "Wash
ington Law Reporter” and “Tha
Evening Star” once In each of
three successive weeks before tha
return day herein mentioned, tha
first publication to be not less than
thirty days before said return day.
Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA
J LAWS. Chief Judge of said Court,
this 19th day of July. A.D. 1951.
(Seal ) Attest: THEODORE COGS
WELL. Register of Wills for tha
District of Columbia. Clerk of tha
Probate Court._jy20.27.au3.
FREDERICK STOHIMAN.
GEORGE A CASSIDY. Jr..
GEORGE H BEl CHERT. Jr..
Attorneys.
Union Trust Building.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia Hold
ing Probate Court—No 78204, Ad
ministration.—This is to Give No
tice That the subscriber, ot the
state of Maryland has obtained from
the Probate Court of the District
of Columbia. Letters of Admlr.istra*
tion o i the estate ot Eleanor M.
Down v. late of the District of
Columbia, deceased All persons hav
ing olaims against the deceased ara
hereof warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereoi legally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on
or before the 14th day of January.
AD 1952: otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all benefit of
estate. Given under my hand thi*
'3th dav of July. 1951. ROBERT E.
nrTe’ierwv om vr„-n.iis _
wood. Chevy Chase, 15. Maryland.
(SeaU Attest: MELVIN J MAR
QUES Deputy Register ol Wills lor
the District of Columbia. Cleric of
the Probate Court. 3y20.27.au3.
LOUIS B. ARNOLD. Attorney.
united states district court
for the District of Columbia, Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 78,102. Ad
ministration.—This is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of tho
State ot Maryland has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Salome B.
Croyle. late of the District of Co
lumbia. defeased. All persons having
claims against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on
or before the 14th day of January.
AD. 1952: otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all benefit
of said estate. Given under my hand
this 13th day of July. 1951. LOUIS
B ARNOLD. Transportation Bldg.
(Seal > Attest: THEODORE COGS
WELL. Register of Wills for th®
D:strict of Columbia, Cleric of th®
Probate Court.iy20 27 au3
W. L. GRAY. Attorney.
Colorado Building.
Filed July 17 1951. HARRY M. HULL.
Cler'm
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia.—CAP
ITAL MORTGAGE & TITLE CO.,
INC. A Body Corporate. Plaintiff, vs.
HENRY S. TOPPING ET AL. Defend
ants.—Civil Action No. 2243-51.—
The object of tills suit is removal
of cloud on title to Lot Twenty
nine (291 Souare Eleven Hundred
Eleven (111!) in the District of
Columbia. On motion of the plantiff.
it is this 17th day of July 1951.
otdered that the defendant Henry
S Topping, if living, cause his
appearance to be entered herein on
or before the fortieth day. ex
clusive of Sundays and legal holi
days. occurring after the first pub
lication of this order, otherwise th®
cause will be proceeded with as in
the case of default. PROVIDED a
copy of this order be published
once a week for three successive
weeks in the Washington Law Re
porter and The Evening Star befcr®
said day. And it is further ordered,
that Unknown Alienees or Assigns.
Heirs or Devisees if he be deceased,
of said Henry S. Topping, taus®
tleir appearance to be entered herein
on or before the first rule day oc
curring after the expiration of thre®
months from this date, otherwise
the cause will be proceeded with
as in case of default. Provided, a
copy of this order be published
twice a month for three months in
the Washington Law Repor'er. and
The Evening Star before said day.
'S ' JAMES R. KIRKLAND Judge.
(Seal 1 A true copy Test: HARRY
M HULL. Clerk. By HELEN K.
BENDURE. Deputy Clerk.
_jy20.2* au3.10.se7.14,
FRED J. RICE. Attorney.
1075 Connecticut Are.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
ing a Probate Court.—Estate of
Agnes M Byrne Deceased.—No.
77665. Administration Docket 164.
—Application having been made
herein by Francis J. Collins for
letters of admirisration to issue
unto Edward V. Rice, it is ordered
this irtth day of July. A.D 1951,
that the unknown heirs at law and
next of kin of Agnes M. Byrne, de
ceased and all others concerned, ap
pear in said Court on Mondav. the
27th day of August. A.D. 1951 at
10:00 o'clock A M to show cause
why such application should not be
granted Let notice hereof be pub
lished in the ‘'Washington Law Re
porter" and "The Evening Star."
once in each of three successive
weeks before the return day herein
mentioned, the first publication to
be not less than thirty days before
said return day. Witness, the Hon
orable BOLITHA J. LAWS. Chief
Judge of said Court, this 19th day
SLii&xAJ3 1951 ■ 'Seal.) Attest:
T<H$?,P°,RE^COGSWELL- Register
of Wills for the District of Columbia.
Clerk of the Probate Court.
.iy20.27.auj, _
BRUCE S QUIGLEY, Attorney.
, ,,, , Investment Bldg.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
'or the District of Columbit. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 78158. Ad
ministration—This is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
District ot Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia, Letters of Ad
ministration, C. T. A. on the estate
of Henry F. Mertens. late of the
District of Columbia, deceased Ail
persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to ex
hto:t tile same, with the voucher*
thereof, legally authenticated, to
the subscriber, on or before the 14th
day of January. A D 1952: other
wise they may by law be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. Given
under my hand this l.'lth day of
KATHERINE MOORE
a'?)-1?18' Ca»itol St. (Seal.)
Attest MELVIN J. MARQUES,
Deputy Register 0f Wills for the Dis
trict of Columbia. Clerk of the Pro
bate Court. jy20.27.au3
W. L. GRAY. Atty., "
_ Colo. Bldg.
Filed July 17. 1951. Harry M, Hull.
Clerk.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia._
CAPITAL MORTGAGE A- TITLE
CO., INC.. A Body Corporate, Plain
tiff, vs. ANNIE BROOKS. ET AL.
Defendants. — civil Action No.
--65-ol—The object of this suit i*
removal or rlnuri nn tn r
Thirty (30) In Souare Eleven Hun
dred Eleven (1111) in the District
of Columbia. On motion of the plain
tiff it Is this 17th day of July 1951,
ordered that the defendant ANNIE
BROOKS. If living, cause her ap
pearance to be entered herein on or
before the fortieth day. exclusive of
Sundays and legal holidays, oc
curring after the first publication of
this Order, otherwise the cause will
be proceeded with as In case of de
fault. PROVIDED a copy of thia
order be published once a week for
three successive weeks In The
Washington Law Reporter and The
Evening Star before said day; end
it is further ordered, that Unknown
Alienees or Assigns. Heirs or De
vicees. If she be deceased, of Annie
Brooks cause their appearance to
be entered herein or on before the
first rule day occurring after the
expiration of three months from
this date, otherwise the cause will
be proceeded With as In case at
default. Provided, 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. (8.) JAMES
R. KIRKLAND, Judge. (Beal.) A
true copy. Test: HARRY M. HULL,
Clerk. By HELEN K. B ENDURE,
Deputy Clerk.
Iy20.27.au3.10.se7.14.
JAMES P. REILLY. Attorney.
821 15th St. N.W.
UNITED 8TATE8 DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Holding
Probate Court—No. 77.961. Admin
istration.—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 Testamentary on
the estate of Mary Ellen Donahue,
late of the District of Columbia, de
ceased. All persons having claims
against the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with the
vouchers thereof, legally authenti
cated, to the subscriber, on or
before the 28th day of January.
A.D. 1952; otherwise they may ny
law be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Qlven under my hand
this. 26th day of July, 1951. MARY
HELENA DONAHUE. 3343 P St..
N.W. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE
COGSWELL. Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia. Clerk ot
tbe Probate Court. «u3.10.1~.
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