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THE EVENING STAR
Washington, D. C.
TUESDAY, MAY 36, 1958
HAMILTON WATCHES
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SHOREHAM HOTEL • CONNECTICUT AT CALVERT
Shipley Terrace Citizens Elect Gurtz President
Gaylord M. Gurtz was elected
president of the Terrace Citizens’
Association last night.
Other officers elected were
Anthony Trunfls, vice president;
Mrs. Joseph Bellow, recording
secretary; Mrs. Robert Borras,
corresponding secretary; Mrs.
] William Cassidy, treasurer, and
James W. Campbell, jr., and
I Gerald W. Russell, delegates to
the Federation of Citizens’ As-
I sociations.
[ In other business, the group
asked that bus service be ex
tended in the Shipley Terrace
area to give residents a more
direct route downtown.
The association also requested
an additional grade school be
built in the vicinity of Shipley
Terrace.
The meeting, last of the sea
! son, was conducted by Mr. Gurtz
in the Oxon Park Apartments,
! 2601 Southern avenue SB.
Points for Parenfe-*'***Th M M»w«ii*c.
The easiest time to convert a desired, act into m habit it
when a child is so young that he enjoys doing it.
Not TUB
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Mother—Now be a good boy
and cuddle down and have your
nap while I go and clean up the
bathroom.
Marriage License
Applications
1 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 holi
\ days are counted the same as
I other days.
1 Rodney Smith. 21, West Point, N. Y.. and
Florence Mood. 21, Arlington. Va.
Willie Turner. 26. Atlanta. Ga.. and
Dottle Wilkins, 28, Forest City. N. C.
Donald Mundt. 25. Helena. Mont., and
Virginia Normlle. 28, 2831 28th gt.
I n.w.
1 Lloyd Gates. 21, and Jessie Stanton, 19,
both of Silver Soring. Md.
Meyer Berger. 26, Bronx. N. Y.. and
Dorothy Platt, 22, 1440 Tuckerman
j st. n.w.
! Tibor Szirmav, 38. Montreal. Canada,
and Eva Waegeler, 31, Vienna, Aus
tria.
Glenn Millar, 25. Palo Alto. Calif., and
i Phyllis Gill. 18. 3018 Vista st. n.e.
John Ringle. 24, Grand Rapids. Mich.,
and Thelma Payne, 21. Annandale. Va.
Ralph Lundregan. 20. Hyattsville, Md..
and Virginia Taubersmlth, 18, 3322
i 14th pi. s.e.
Lonnie Stewart. 21. and Virginia Gilllson.
18, both of 245 Elm st. n.w.
i Carl Alexis. 34, Bethesda. Md.. and Inge-
I gard Lennerup. 29, 2737 Devonshire
pi. n.w.
Joseph Cooney, 45. Cleveland, and Lucille
Dornack. 27. Rochester, Minn.
Charles Johnson. 21. 507 Lowrle pi. n.e.,
and Minnie Ferguson. 19, 139 Bates
st. n.w.
! Robert Weber. 22, Nashville, Tenn., and
Audrey East. 24. Baltimore.
Charles Mitchell, 36, 1216 10th st. n.w.,
and Annie Jones, 32. 307 K st. n.e.
1 John Brodie, 23. and Dorothy Williams,
20. both of Flankltnton, N. C.
! Hayward Herndon, 23. Jacksonville. Fla.,
and Queen Ivey, 19. Saginaw. Mich.
Howard Reardon. 44. 2524 34th st. s.e.
and Ruth Behrle, 38, 2323 34th st. s.e.
Harold Mollohan, 38, Brentwood. Md,
and Mildred May, 21. Beltsville, Md.
Gerald Weinstein. 24. Potsdam. N. Y.,
and Alice Minovitz. 20. Hyattsville, Md.
John Fowler. 21, Sliver Spring. Md., and ,
Alice Poe, IP. Charleston, 8. C.
■ William Neal. 21. 3131 28th st. s.e.. and
Judith Humphrey, 19, Miami. Fla
Albert Arrington, jr., 22, Baltimore, and
, Regina Sherman, 19. 1337 Pennsyl
vania ave. n.w.
Robert Lee. 26, Marianna. Ark., and Mar
jorie Froruo. 27, St. Croix. V. T.
William Brumfield. 40. Danville, Va., and I
Gisela Salke. 17, Boston.
Edward Woodard, 23, Dunn. N. C., and
Mary Johnson, 10. Coates. N. C
1 Ira Marine, 26. 3214 sth st. s.e. and
Helen Landsman. 21. Arlington. Va
Richard Everett, 22, Hlllcrest Heights.
Md.. and Mary Stott, 19, Fredericks
burg, Va.
Norman Sellman, 47. Annapolis, Md
and Bertha Johnson. 23, 5114 A st. s.e.
William Lawton. Jr.. 26. 1401 52nd st.
n.e., and Bettye Smith. 23, Waterloo
lowa.
Anthony CamplteJll, 41, 1217 Delafleld
pi. n.w., and Vivian Scribante, 21, 906
Quincy gt. n.w.
Henry Grady. 20, Ewan. N. J„ and Cath
erine Walton, 23. 928 Virginia ave.
s.w.
Charles Miller. 25, 147 Tennessee ave.
n.e.. and Frances Mlchela, 24, Boulder.
Calif.
Wallace Judge. 22. 438 New York ave.
n.w.. and LaVaria Byrd, 21, Weldon.
N. C.
Sylvester Daniel. 31, 1110 6th st. n.w..
and Lillie McQuiller. 26. 004 M st. n.w.
Barre Rosenstock, 21, Chicago, and Fay
Gorenstein. 24, Bronx. N. Y.
Erik Strangeways. 33. and Ellen Cogan.
21. both of Philadelphia. Pa.
Alvin Ross. 25. Lexington, Okla., and
Pearl Gordon. 39. 457 E st. aw.
Maurice Henderson, 18. 1611 Bth st. 1
n.w., and Vera Carter, 19. Alexandria,
Va.
Clarence Mangum, 32, 1118 7th st. n.e., 1
and Rosa Casey, 27. Penhook. Va.
Roger Cromwell, 22. New York City, and
Joan Van Pelt, 21, Philadelphia.
Solomon Curtis, 38. 2481 3rd st. n.a..
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Jessie Scurlock, 33, Chapel Hill,
Ernest CosteHo Jr., 21. and Ruth Reeves,
18, both of Alexandria. Va.
Keith, Willson. 23. and Margaret Wors
d*!l, 22. both of Hayes. England.
Richard Carmichael. 22, Lawton. Okla,
_ and Barbara McFarland, 23, Arjay, Ky.
Paul Dabbs. 19, 2036 Higdon rdT n e
and Elizabeth Speakman. 19, Arling
ton, Va.
Ad .?JP l V A ,l? st ; r v,2 fl - » nd Ruth Mittelman,
_ 26. both of New York.
Donald Lindsay. 22. 3794 Ist st. s.e.. and
Anita Obergh. 21. 3355 Denver st. s.e.
Lawrence Littleford. 28, 604 23rd st
n.w.. and Mary Smith, 21. 614 23rd
st. n.w.
Richard Noralr, 24. Landover. Md., and
Ace Boescb. 21, 3801 Warren st. n.w.
Phillip White. 21, 3918 New Hampshire
ave n.w.. and Alicia McConnell, 18,
17 Bass Circle s.e.
“jard Turner, 36. The Plains. Va., and
Amy Hitchcock. 24, 1714 Hoban rd.
R*ul Crawford, 18. 628 6th st. n.e. and
Doris White, 16. 1004 Eye st. n.e.
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