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l THE EVENING STAR
Washington, D. C.
THURSDAY, IBW« a, XQB4
SILVER SALE
WHOLESALE!
at
FABER BENSON
1711 14th St. N.W. AD. 2-4312
Does the Work of 8 Cleaning Agents!
New Miracle Fluid Cleans
Rugs, Upholstery, Floors,
Walls, Woodwork, Windows
Even Delicate Fabrics—Deodorizes As It Cleans—Removes Stains,
Eliminates Scrubbing—Kind To Your Hands —Cuts Housework 50% *
All over the country McClel
land’s Formula “B” is revolu
tionizing housework the way
detergents revolutionized
washday. Formula “B” is
long overdue. For years
you’ve been forced to go out
and buy 8 to 10 different
types of cleaners—a liquid
for mirrors and windows, a
suds for upholstery, a cellu
lose for rugs, an abrasive for
floors and tile, a powder for
woodwork and walls, a
chrome cleaner, a spot re
mover for home dry cleaning
—and so forth.
Now—Throw Them All Out.
One Bottle of Formula “B”
Wil Do All This Work. Ac
cording to the women now
using it .Formula "B” cuts
scrubbing time and effort in
half! Its new miracle in
gredients cut through grease,
stains, soot and gunk. Just
sponge It on, and except in
case of windows and mirrors,
Jrou don’t even have to wipe
t off. Formula "B” leaves no
sticky residue or grit. You
needn’t mix or dilute it,
either—Formula "B” goes di
rect from bottle to sponge or
cloth.
Prevent Staining With For
mula “B.” Spilled food and
drinks wipe right off with
Formula “B”—no need to
scrub and rinse and rub dry
when Junior spills his grape
juice on your best carpet.
Even removes grass stains.
Ideal for restoring plastic
covered chairs to look like
WASHINGTON STORE OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9
'Friday Hour*, Washington, 9:30 to 6
24-Hour Phone Order Service. Call Dl. 7-7200 Anytime
Ideal as an Additional Set
or as Your One-and-Only . . .
CROSLEY SUPER
17-in. TELEVISION
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139”
Features galore, just look! All controls conveniently set on the
side! Built-in antenna! Permanent pin point focus! Uniform
interlacing for realistic pictures! Safety glass picture window!
Full year warranty on the big picture tube, other parts warranted
for 90 days! It's lightweight. Compact, saves you space. Seeing
is believing, so come to Kann's and se£ the amazing versatile
CROSLEY SUPER VI7 set! Walnut finished. Also available in
Mahogany or Blond finishes at slightly higher prices.
Kann’s—Appliance Store, Washington; Lower Level, Arlington
NO DOWN PAYMENT ON APPROVED CREDIT,
EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Miss Ellen Love Retires As FTC Division Chief
Miss Ellen Love has retired as
chief of the Federal Trade Com
mission’s Division of Export
Trade after 47 years of Govern
ment service, 34 of which have
been With the commission.
At recent ceremonies marking
her retirement, FTC Chairman
Edward F. Howrey presented her
with the Honor Award for Dis
tinguished Service; the highest
award given to commission em
ployes.
new freshness and glow.
Works beautifully on uphol
stered foam rubber chair
cushions.
Contains Miracle Softcfaing
Agent. There is nothing
harsh in Formula “B.” It is
as gentle to your hands as a
hand lotion. Sponge it on
dirty woodwork and see it
come sparkling clean—run
your hand over it; it feels
smooth, like new. No grit, no
stickiness. And feel your
hands. Yes, Formula “B”
contains a new ingredient
which leaves everything
fresh and clean and actually
softens your hands as you
use it.
Ideal As a Dry Cleaner. Try
it on your prettiest frock,
(after testing for color-fast
ness)—watch Formula “B”
remove spots, stains, perspir
ation rings—deodorizing as
it cleans. See how the colors
glow, and no telltale ring re
mains. You needn’t rub and
scrub and damage the fabric.
Saves You Money Two Ways.
Once you put a bottle of
Formula “B” on your shelf
you need buy no other clean
ing compound or fluid; you
cut down on dry cleaning
bills, you clean your own
carpets and upholstery. A
bottle of Formula “B” goes a
long way.
Safe For All Fabrics and
Surfaces, Non-Inflammable.
Use it anywhere without
Miss Love began her Govern
ment career with the Patent Of
fice in 1906. She has earned five
degrees, all in fields relating
closely to her civil service work.
She entered ‘ commission serv
ice in 1920 as an examiner in the
Export Trade Division. Admitted
to practice before the'Supreme
Court in 1926, she was one of the
first women attorneys on the
commission’s staff.
fear of harming precious
-fabrics. If you spill some,
don’t worry. Plunge your
hands into it without fear
of their becoming red and
rough. Formula “B” is the
gentlest, kindest cleaning
agent you’ve ever used.
Available at Safeway, Giant,
Food Fair, Sheridan Food
Barn, Community Market,
Shirlington Food Stores, Ma
gruders and other food stores
around town, also at Wood
ward & Lothrop, Kann’s
Hecht’s and Lansburgh’s and
leading hardware stores. You
can now cross the other
cleaning agents off your
shopping list and simply get
a bottle of Formula “B” in
stead. You’ll never again go
back to the antiquated, harsh
inefficient products that
have cluttered your kitchen
shelves for years. Here’s real
freedom from heavy house
work at last.
Your Money Refunded If Not
Satisfied. If you don’t agree
that Formula “B” is the most
effective cleaning agent
you’ve ever used in your
home, send the unusued por
tion back and your money
will be refunded in its en
tirety. Only 98c a quart.
McClelland's Formula "B" is the
same product used by many pro
fessional cleaners, hotels and in
stitutions to cut labor costs.
Births Reported
(From D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistic!.)
BOYS.
Richard and Lois Barnes.
Robert and Beulah Bing.
Herbert and Dorothy Bornhoft.
James and Dorothy Cannon.
Harry and Nellie Carroll.
Carl and Barbara Casclere.
Charles and Dolores Clark.
William and Juanita Clement.
Fuller and Carrie Dodson. Jr.
Benjamin and Alice Cole.
Arthur and Mary Donaldson.
George and Lois Foster.
Constantine and Lula Derails.
Raymond and Dorothy Jones.
Robert and Jane Kropf.
Fred and Ivy Kyes.
James and Betty Marshall. ,
Carl and Joanne McGhee. *
Rirhatd and Eva Place.
Thomas and Vivian Ratliff.
Frederick and Dorothea Rowe.
Donald and Lucetta Schneider.
Jack and Eleanor Scruggs.
Paul and Gloria Shlpe. ’
Gerard and Bernice Smith.
Wilbur and Adenia St. Clair, jr.
Thomas and Evelyn Stoyle.
William and Frances Turner.
DeWltt and June Voss.
GIRLS
Nicholas and Joan Beltrante.
Raymond and Pauline Berger,
Donald and Jayne Bragg
Charles and Mary Burton.
James and Catherine Bush.
George and Ethel Changurls.
John and Emily Corbin
Michael and Louise Cuff.
Clarence and Esther Edelen.
Ambrose and Anna Healey.
Garnett and Theresa Inge.
Zakev and Gloria Kalid.
James and Lois Klrtley. Sr.
Colin and Sara Orpin.
James and Elta Payne.
Frederick and Nancy Pearson.
Herman and Mary Robins.
David and Ruth Rosenblit.
Frank and Janet Scarablno.
Thomas and Josephine Shanahan.
Harold and Marjorie Somers.
Hans and Lottie Strupp.
Roger and Emily Thomas.
Charles and Clarkle Wald.
William and Frances Rogers.
Deaths Reported
(From D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistics.)
Norris Ready. 91. 3301 N st. n.w.
Bertha Fein. 05. 218 17th st. n.e.
Katharine Richardson, 85. 1410 Man
chester lane n.w.
Mary Pitcher, 80. 1219 Fern st. n.w.
Frank Porter. 80. Trenton. N. J.
Emma Hammerbacher. 77. 009 K st. s.e.
Minnler Ruble. 09, 3027 Newark st. n.w.
Clarence Howard. 59. 900 Bth st. n.w.
Mary Casev. 67. 4930 nth st. n.e.
Wilma Quinn, 48. Arlington, Va.
Louis Sherer 44. Greenbelt. Md.
Henry Bean. 1. Upper Marlboro. Md.
Infant Althoff. Silver Spring. Md.
Infant Wahle. 4702 Homer ave.
Anthony Coleman. 79. 535 23rd pi. n.e.
Sarah Jenkins 70, Washington.
Pauline Miller. 07. 421 T st. n w.
Walter Snowden, 05. no address given.
Tom Curry. 59. Aquasco. Md.
Australia Gorham. 58, 149 W st. n w.
Mary Proctor. 51, 2705 Bruce pi. s.e.
Walter Berry. 60. 928 M st. n.w.
Roosevelt Taylor. 50, 812 First st. n.w.
Philip Morgan. 47. Warrenton, Va.
Lawrence Sanders. 7. 338 L st. s.w.
Infant Nadine Reel. 4914 B st. s.a.
Philosophical Session
The Philosophical Society of
Washington will hold its last
meeting of the year at 8:15 p.m.
tomorrow in the Cosmos Club
auditorium. 2121 Massachusetts
avenue N.W.
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SALE! 1.98 to 4.98
Giltedge Texturized
LAMP SHADES
1.29 1.49 2.98
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Lamp shades galore in the smart, new texturized crash material
with a sensible plastic coating to keep it new looking, easy to
clean. Glimmering brass plated frames won't tarnish. In white,
green, red or chartreuse.
Lamp Style Bottom Top Depth Price
Floor 19" 15" 10" 2.98
Shallow drum 16" 15" 8" 2.98
Table drum 16" 14" 11" 2.98
Table drum 14" 12" 10" . 2.98
Table drum 12" 10" 8" 2.98
Swing arm 14" 9" 9" 2.98
Table clip 10" 6" 6 Vi" 1.49
Table dip 8" 5" 6" 1.29
Lamps, Third Floor, Washington; Lower Level, Arlington
Call blstrict 7-7200 anytime for 24-hour phone order service
% WASHINGTON MANN'S ARLINGTON
WASHINGTON STORE OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 P.M.
Friday Hours, Washington 9:30 ta 6, Arlington 1230 to 9:30 p.m.
Building Inspector
Opens New Office
The Prince Georges County
Building and Electrical Inspec
tor’s office was opened for busi
ness today at its new quarters in
the County Service Building at
Hyattsville.
The office formerly was located
in Calvert Mansion pt Riverdale,
home of the Maryland National
Capital Park and Planning Com
mission.
SPECIAL NOTICES
I WILL NOT BE responsible for debts
contracted by anyone other than
mvseU. EVERETT CLAYTON JOHN
SON. 3"2 Burbank st. s e. 5*
DOCTOR'S OPPORTUNITY B-rm.
house for rent. Ideal location on
Eastern Shore of Md. for young doc
tor or retired doctor. Salisbury 2-
1931; or (Washington) ME. 8-4787
I Wiy, NOT BE RESPONSIBLE - for
any 'debts contracted by any one
other than myself. WILLIAM ILIFFE,
32 Chesapeake st. s.w., Washington
24. D. C. 4*
I SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for
gny debts contracted for by any one
other than myself. RONALD A.
LANE. 408 Woodburn rd, Rockville.
I WILL NOT be responsible for debts
contracted for by any one other
than myself. GEORGE W. COOK.
19 Eastmoor dr.. Silver Spring. Md.
6*
PERSONAL
AVAILABLE for evening assignment.
Contact P. O. Box 0160. 3*
TAX CASES, civil or fraud. No charge
to Investigate. Confidential. Box
289-M. Star. 8*
CAMP FOR JUNIOR boys and girls
on salt water. 60 miles from Boston.
Conducted by chevv Chase Country
Day School. Helpful invigorating
clim.i’e. T-.eal for young children.
Moderate Charge. OL. 2-9873. —6
SUMMER RECREATION SCHOOL,
nursery and r-rimarv with some aca
demic work, swimming if desired.
CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY DAY
SCHOOL. Ot 2-9873. —«
MIMEOGRAPHING. 500 Copies. $3.25
incl. typos sten EXCHANGE SERV
ICE CO 1740 K n.w ST 3-6186
FORM 57. U. S. lob applications
prepared and typed. Personnel coun
eling EXCH. SERV. ST. 3-6186.
3*
HAIR TINTING—2S yrs. exper.: Roux.
Clairol. 5>3.50 complete. Why pay
86 50? FRENCH BEAUTY SHOP.
2821 14th st. n.w.. AD. 4-9674. — 4
VACANCY IN NURSING HOME for
elderly person; 24-hour nursing
care; licensed by Btate and county.
JU. 9-6040.
PERMANENT, (4; shampoo and fin
ger wave. 75c. WARFLYNN BEAU
TY COLLEGE. 1210 O st. n.w.
NURSING CARE for those who car*.
Call Miss Phipps. R.N, CO. 5-2225.
MT. VERNON CONVALESCENT HOS
PITAL. 2301 Calvert st. n.w. Llcens.
MEXICAN LAWYER, reg. Mexican
Consulate; all legal matters. Mexi
can immigration. EDMUND CAS
TILLO. 280 Broadway. N. Y. 7. N. Y.
EXPER. PUBLIC STENO. Is wanted
to go partnership with another. Box
298-M, Star. • _
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IT S WORTH A PICTURE.
IP IT’S A PICTURE,
rrs WORTH REMEMBERING.
CROWN PICTURE SERVICE
Call DI. 7-4871. 8»
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3 Lines (Minimum)
1 time. 43c per line.
3 to 0 times consecutively, 38c per
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New automobiles, 00c per line (4-line
minimum).
Special Notices and Personal, 6c per
line additional.
Out-of-town rate. 00c per line each
Insertion.
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SUNDAY EDITION, 10 P.M. FRIDAY
MONDAY EDITION, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
TUES. to FRI., 9 P.M. DAY BEFORE
SATURDAY EDITION, 10 P.M. FRI.
AUCTION SALES
THOS. J. OWEN * SON, Auctioneers.
HU K S». N.W.
Trustee*’ R»i* of Valuable TWO
-BTORY BRICK DWELLING KONWN
A8 1190 MORSE STREET. N.E.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated February 28, 1.949, being In
strument number 8097. recorded
March 16. 1949 among the land
record* 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 FOURTEENTH DAY OF
JUNE. A.D. 1954. AT TWO FORTY
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M, the following
described land and premises, situate
In the District of Columbia, and
designated as 'and being Lot 69 In
Mangsn’s subdivision of lots in
Block 3, ’’Trinidad.’’ as per plat
recorded in the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
In Liber 39 at folio 20; also part
oT Lot 34 in John Lee. et al., sub
division of Lots In said Block 3
“Trinidad.” as per plat recorded In
said Surveyor’s Office In Liber
County 8 at folio 115. Being more
particularly described by metes and
bounds In said deed of trust. Sub
' jret to right of way for alley pur
pose*; now known for purposes of
assessment and taxation as Lot 816
in Square 4065. Subject to cove
nants of record.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $2,866.06
and a prior second deed of trust
for approximately $3,769.38 further
particulars of which will ba 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'a cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to be complied with within
thirty daye, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be ad
vertised and resold at the discretion
of the trustees.
TRVTN C. BRENEMAN,
ARNOLD M WERNER.
1*3.6.8,10.12 Trustees.
Day After Day
The Star
le tha
Dominant
Classified
' Advertising
Medium in
Washington
AUCTION SALES (Cowt.)
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON
AecUeneers-Aepralsert.
TRUSTEE’S SALE OF ROOMING
HOUSE FURNITURE AND FURN
ISHINGS. B.v virtue ol a Chattel
Deed of Trust filed January 15. 1952
as Instrument No. 626. Recorder of
Deeds Office. D. C.. and at the re
auest of the party secured thereby,
the undersigned trustee will sell by
public auction at No. 1696 Lanier PL.
N.W.. FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1954. at
10 o'clock A.M.. complete bods,
chest* of drawers, chairs, tables,
mirror*, lamps, rugs, refrigerators,
ranges, etc. Terms: Subject to a
Prior Chattel Deed of Trust for
$950.00 as of November 1. 1953.
balance CASH. O. W. COPE. Trustee.
B H. WARNER. 111. Attorney for
Party secured, 1010 Vermont Ave.
N.W. Je1.2,3
C. G. SLOAN A CO.. INC.
Auetlaneers-Appraisers.
LARGE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE AT PUBLIC AUCTION
AT SLOAN S GALLERY. 716 13th
STREET N.W., SATURDAY. JUNE
5 AT 10 A.M.. consisting in part
of mahogany kneehole desk, maple
and mahogany chests of drawers,
antique sofas, upholstered lounge
chairs, upholstered sofas, walnut
dining room suite, walnut bedroom
suites: maple, mahogany and wal
nut beds; box springs, coll springs
and mattresses, upholstered plat
form rockers, lawn chaise longue
tilt-top and other tables; Oriental
hooked and domestic rugs; sectional
bookcases. radios. photographic
equipment, china, glassware, bric-a
brac. etc
Terms: Cash. C. G. SLOAN & CO.,
INC.. Aucts.. established 1891.
Je3.4
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
I.UI E St. N.W.
Trustee*’ S»l* of Valuable TWO
STORY AND BASEMENT DE
TACHED FR AME DWELT TNG BE
ING KNOWN AS PREMISES NUM
BER 1028 GIRARD STREET.
NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duty recorded, in Liber No. 10146.
Folio 313 et seq., of the land rec
ords ol 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 FRI
DAY THE ELEVENTH DAY OF
JUNE. A.D. 1954. AT FOUR
THIRTY O’CLOCK P.M, the follow
ing-described land and Dremlses,
situate In the District of Columbia,
and designated as and being Lot
numbered Slxtv-nlne (69) in Henry
C. Breunlnger and Olaf R. Petersen's
subdivision of lots In Square num
bered Thirty-eight. Hundred ard
Seventy-five (3875). a* per plat
recorded in the Office of the Surveyor
for the District ol Columbia in Liber
71 at folio 124.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $lO,-
000.00 further particulars of which
the purchase price above said trust
to be paid in cash. A deposit of
$500.00 required. Conveyancing, re
cording. etc., at purchaser’s cost.
Adjustments 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.
MARTIN J. QUIGLEY.
E. SPENCER FITZGERALD.
Je1.3,5.8.10 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A 80N. Auctioneers,
1111 E St. N.W
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY SEMIDETACHED BRICK
DWELLING BEINO KNOWN AS
PREMISES NUMBER 3616 SEVEN
TEENTH STREET. NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 984.6.
Folio 233 et seq.. of the land rec
oids of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the parly se
cured thereby the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
in front of the premises, on FRI
DAY. THE ELEVENTH DAY OF
JUNE. A.D. 1954. AT ONE-THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M.. the following-de
scribed land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia and de
signated as and being Lot 29 in
Square 4149 in Ereuninger and
Pedersen’s subdivision ol lots in
Block 54, “Lord's Addition to
Brookland.” as per plat recorded in
the Office of the Surveyor for the
District of Columbia in Liber 80 at
folio 68
Terms; Sold subject to a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately $8,612.18 and a
prior second deed of trust for ap
proximately $2,638 00 further par
ticulars 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. Con
veyancing. recording, etc., at pur
chaser's cost. Adjustments made as
of date of sale. Terms to be com
piled with within thirty days, other
wise deposit fotfeited and the prop
erty may be advertised and resold
at the discretion of (he trustee*.
FRANK W. MARSALFK.
CARLTON U. TREXLER
jel .3.5.8.10 Trustees, __
THOS. J. OWEN A RON. Auctioneers.
1111 E Rt. N.W.
Trustees’ Bale of Valuable TWO
STORY ROW BRICK DWELLING
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 1851 L STREET. NORTH
EAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 9354,
Folio 23 et seq.. of the land rec
ords 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 FRI
DAY THE ELEVENTH DAY OF
JUNE A.D. 1954. AT FOUR
O’CLOCK P.M, the following-de
scribed land and premises, situate
In the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being Lo( 128
in O’Neill’s subdivision of lots In
Square 4474, as per plat recorded
In the Office of the Surveyor for the
District of Columbia in Liber 78
at folio 38. Subject to building
restriction line. covenants and
agreement of record.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
fbuldlnr association) deed of truM
for approximately $3,747.41 fur
ther particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale: the
Purchase price above said trust to
e paid in cash. A deposit of
$500.00 required Conveyancing, re
cording. etc., at purchaser's cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be complied with
within thirt* days, otherwise de
posit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at
the discretion of the trustees.
THOMAS HUNT.
CHARLES MITCHELL.
1ei.8.6.8.10 Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING. KNOWN
AS PREMISES 1704 SWANN
STREET. N.W. j
By virtue of a Deed of Trust recorded
in Liber No. 8453. at folio 668 of
the Land records of the District of
Columbia, we shall sell hi from of
the oremises on FRIDAY THE
ELEVENTH DAY OF JUNE AD.
1954 AT TWO O'CLOCK KM Lot
One Hunlrcd arc twenty-four il24p
in Joseph It. Johnson’s subdivision
of part of Square One Hundred snd
Fifty-two (152>. as per plat rec
orded in Liber 19. foHo 69 of the
Records of the Office of the Sur
veyor of the District of Columbia.
Subject to a right of way over the
rear Three (31 feet of said lot.
Terms of Sale; All cash. Deposit
of $500.00 required at time of tale.
Terms of sale to be complied with
within thirty days from date of
sale, otherwise the trustees reserve
the right to resell the property at
the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser, after five days’ advertlse
men* of such resale in some news
paper published In the District of*
Col’imbls\ or deposit mav be for
feited. or without forfeiting deposit,
(rustees may avail themselves of
anv legal or equitable rights against
defaulting purchaser. Further par
ticulars at time of sale. Adlustment
of Real Estate taxes to date of
sale. All conveyancing. recording end
revenue stamos. etc., at cost of
purchaser.
SAMUEL SCRIVENER. Jr..
JUNIOR F. CROW ELI,.
Surviving 1 rustees.
)el .3.5,8 10
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctluneers,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY. SEMIDETACHED FRAME
DWELLING BEING KNOWN AS
PREMISES NUMBER 1520 CONSTI
TUTION AVENUE. NORTHEAST
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9731.
Folio 53 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 tn front
of the premises, on MONDAY THE
FOURTEENTH DAY OF JUNE A D
1954. AT TWO-FIFTEEN O CLOCK
P M.. the following-described land
and premises, situate In the District
of Columbia, and designated as and
being Lot 23 in Smithson's subdi
vision of original Lot 4 In Square
Southeast of Square 1008. as per
plat recorded in the Office of the
Surveyor for the District of Co
lumbia In Liber 31 at tollo 109.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $2,166.00
further particulars of which will be
announced 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
thirty daye. otherwise deposit for
feited and the property mu be
advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of the trustees.
EDWARD J. REAMER.
ROBERT W. KIDWKLL
*8,6,6,10.12 Trustees.
AUCTION SALE!
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auctioneer*,
_ mi ■ B*. N.W.
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ISES 1242-A CARROLLBURO
PLACE B.W. smmuujjunu
Bv virtue of a certain deed et trust
du y recorded. In Liber No. 8514.
Folio 616 et seq.. ot the land
records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the parties
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
within the office of Thos. J. Owen
& Son. Suite 601. Perpetual Build
ing. till E Street. N.W, on
WEDNESDAY, THE NINTH DAY OF
JUNE. A.D. 1954. AT ONE O’CLOCK
P.M., the following-described land
and premises, situate In the District
of Columbia, and designated as and
being AN UNDIVIDED ONE-HALP
INTEREST IN AND TO Lot num
bered One Hundred (100) In the
Washington Sanitary Improvement
Company’s subdivision of lots In
Square numbered Six Hundred
Fifty-One (651) aa per plat re
corded tn the Office of the Surveyor
for the District of Columbia la
Liber 37 at Folio 27.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $7600.00
further particulars of which will
be announced at time of sale: the
Surchase price above said trust to
e paid in cash. A deposit of
$300.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser's cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be complied with
within thirty days, otherwise di
posit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at tha
discretion of the trustees.
ABRAHAM H. LEVIN.
ROBERT O. WEIOHTMAN.
my2B-je3.B - Trustee*.
THOS. t. OWEN A SON. AactUneeri,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable Improved
real estate consisting of an un
divided one-half interest In a two
story brick dwelling being premise*
132 "Q” Street. N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded In Liber No. 9387.
Folio 403 et seq., of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the parties
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
within tthe office of Thos. J Owen
and Son. Suite 801, Perpetual
Building, till E Street. N.W. on
WEDNESDAY THE NINTH DAY OF
JUNE A.D 1954. AT ONE
O’CLOCK P.M.. the following-de
scribed land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being AN UN
DIVIDED ONE-HALF INTEREST
IN AND TO Lot numbered One
Hundred (100) in the Washington
Sanitary Improvement Company's
suodivislon in Square numbered
Five Hundred Fifty-Two (5521 as
per plat recorded in the Surveyor’s
Office for the District of Columbia
in Liber 30 at folio 88.
Terms Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $8,000.00
further particulars of which will
be announced at time of sale: the
purchase price sbove said trust
to be paid in cash. A deposit of
$300.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser's cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be compiled with
within thirty davs, otherwise de
posit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold al
the discretion of the trustees.
ABRAHAM H LEVIN.
ROBERT G WEIGHTMAN.
my‘2B-Je3.B Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable Improved
real estate consisting of an undi
vided one-half interest In a two
story brick dwelling being premises
26-A “0“ Street. N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly rrcorded. in Liber No. 9412.
Folio 453 et seq., of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the parties secured
thereby, the undersigned trustee*
will sell, at public auction within
the office of Thos. J. Owen A Son,
Suite 601, Perpetual Building. 111 L
E Street. N.W, on WEDNESDAY.
THE NINTH DAY OF JUNE. AD.
1954, AT ONE O'CLOCK P.M, tha
followlngwiescribed land and prem
ises. situate In the District of Co
lumbia. and designated as and being
AN UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF IN
TEREST IN AND TO Lot Two
Hundred Thirty-Two (232) in
Square Six Hundred Seventeen
(617) in the subdivision made by
Nathaniel J Taube. et al as per
plat recorded in Plat Book 131,
Folio 145 of the records of the
Office of the Surveyor for the Dis
trict of Columbia. j ,
Terms: Sold subject to prior deed of
trust lor approximately $7,600.00
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
" $300.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser’s cost
Adjustments made as df date of
sale. Terms to be compiled with
within thirty days, otherwise deposit
forleited and the property may be
advertised end resold at the dis
cretion of ths trustees
ABRAHAM H. LEVIN.
ROBERT O. WEIGHTMAN,
my2B-je3,B Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE CONSISTING OF
AN UNDIVIDED ONE-FOURTH IN
TEREST IN A TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLING BEINO PREMISES IJO
“Q“ STREET. N.W. ,
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9oSl,
Folio 306 et seq.. of the land rec
ords of the District ol Columbia,
and at the request of the parties
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
within the office of Thos. J. Owen At
Son. Suite 601. Perpetual Building.
Jill E Street, N.W.. on WEDNES
DAY THE NINTH DAY OF JUNE
A D. 1954. AT ONE O’CLOCK P.M..
the following-described land and
premises, situate In the District of
Columbia, and designated *» im
being AN UNDIVIDED ONE-FOURTH
INTEREST IN AND TO the West
Thirty (30) feet front on Q
Street by a depth of Ntnety-Fiva
(95) feet of Original Lot Twenty-
Five (25) in Square Five Hundred
Fiftv-Two (5521. said past of Lot
Twenty-Five (25) known for pur
poses of assessment and taxation
at Lot Eight Hundred Eleven (81 D.
Terms Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $!••.-
000.00 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
$300.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc, at purchaser's cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale Terms to he complied with
within thirty days, otherwise de
posit .orfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at the
discretion of the trustees
ABRAHAM H LEVIN.
ROBERT O. WEIOHTMAN.
my2B. je3.B Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneer*
till E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE CONSISTING OF AN
UNDIVIDED ONE-FOURTH INTER
EST IN A TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLING BEINO PREMISES 130
“Q STREET. N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9633.
Folio 365 rt seq . of the lend rec- *
ords of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the parties
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell at public auc
tion within the office of Thos.
J. Owen A Son. Suite Hot, Perpetual
Building. 1111 E Street. N.W. on
WEDNESDAY, THE NINTH DAY OF
JUNE. A.D 1954. AT ONE O'CLOCK
P M . the following-described land and
premises, situate In the District of Co
lumbia. and designated as and being
AN UNDIVIDED ONE-FOURTH IN
TEREST IN AND TO the West Thirty
(30) feet front on "Q” Street by
a depth of Ninety-Five (95) feet of
Original Lot Twenty-Five (25) In
Square Five Hundred Fifty-Two
(552). said part of Lot Twenty-Five
now known as Lot Fight Hundred
Eleven (Sin for assessment and
taxation purposes.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $163)00.00
further particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale: the pur
chase price above said trust so he
paid In cash A deposit of S3OO 00
required Conveyancing, recording,
etc at purchaser's cost Adliistmenis
made as of date of sale Term* tn
be complied with within thirty day*,
otherwise deposit forfeited and the
property may be advertised and re
sold at the discretion of the trustees.
ABRAHAM H LEVIN.
ROBERT O. WEIOHTMAN
my2B-Je3,B Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Aartloneer*.
Ifll E St. N.W.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY ROW BRICK DWEILINO
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 515 THIRTEENTH
STREET NORTHEAST
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 997 1.
Folio 402 et seq, of the land
records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustee* will sell at public auction
in front of premises, on MONDAY
THE FOURTEENTH DAY OP
JUNE AD. 1954. AT TWO-THIRTY
O'CLOCK P.M, the following
described land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being Lot 199
* in Carmody’s subdivision of lot* In
Square 1029 as per plat recorded
In the Office of the Surveyor for the
District of Columbia in Liber 21 at
folio 73.
Terms: Sold subject to a Prior
(building association) deed of trust .
for approximately $5,273.70 further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale: the pot
chase price above said trust to be
paid in cash A deposit of $500.0(1
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc, at purchaser’s cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to be complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may bo
advertised and resold at the dtsere
tion of the trustees.
CHARLES E. MITCHELL.
ROBERT W KIDWELL.
j*3 ,5.8 10.12 Trustee*.
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