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Births Reported
BOX 8.
Robert tind Kathryn Barclay.
Luther and Lillian Birkhead.
Walter and Mary Bohan.
Charlea and Martha Bright.
Joseph aid Verna Browne.
Charles and Joan Barger.
Lloyd anti Alma Davis.
Francis and Elizabeth Federlcl.
Lowell aid Gall Hannock.
James a»d Anne Harrington.
James aid Dortha Johnson.
Richard ind Jean Malcolm.
Leonard tnd Audrey Nelson.
Meindert and Beatrlz Niperus.
William and Charlotte Parks.
Leonard and Virginia Rapport.
Earl and Ploomie RostL
John and Mary Seckel.
Donald and Mary Schleter.
Bruce and Mary Stedman.
Ralph and Cora Tompkins.
Harvey and Betty Welstein.
R L. and Rosemary Wilson.
Leroy and Colleen Yarnoff.
William and Phyllis Glaude.
Alfred and Luedell Josey.
Daniel and Edith Swayer.
Ernest and Dorris Blrkett.
Edward and Edith Bleyer.
Mario and Virginia Bolto.
Samuel and Toby Brodsky.
Arthur and Eudocia Burns.
Herbert and Doris Davldow.
Robert and Harriett Denell.
James and Sara Hagood.
George end Frances Harrlgan.
Robert and Agnes Hill.
Blase and Rose Lazzara.
Robert and Ruth Milligan.
Carlos and Phvllit Newton. ,
Talmare and Doris Nowell.
Max and Patricia Pheasant.
Thomas and Joan Rlxey.
John and Mavlne Sauls.
Daniel and Alice Senger.
Alfred and Gail Skaradek.
Harry and Phyllis Tice.
Norman and Janet Warwick.
A-ley and Lois Whiteman.
Clotaire and Florence Wood.
Henry and Dolores Johnson.
Curtis and Pattie Peoples.
Henry and Barbara Thomas.
GIRLS.
Robert and Dolores Abel.
Herbert and Ethel Breeden.
Marcus and Irmgard Cameron.
Harvey and Marion Clay.
Theodore and Ann Dlvens. ,
Warren and Louise Feilbach.
John and Betty Fowler.
Richard and Mildred Gage.
Hardy and Josephine Harris.
William and Carol Hughes.
William and Doris Katz.
Norwood and Lillian Lane.
Morris and Mildred Loveless.
George and Alys McCaughey.
Joseph and Mary Nlcotra.
Eugene and Joellen Perry.
John and Angela Pressley.
Farnest and Agnes Salyers.
Peter and Frances Sturtevant.
Frank and Anita Vlrga.
Pete and Mary Weber.
John and Helen Youngblood.
Alvin and Mary Beckwith.
James and Marilyn Marshall.
Joseph and Virginia Plummer.
Roy and Norma Sykes.
Paul and Constance Brady.
James and Barbara Brogan. v -
Jackson and Mary Carter.
Glenn and Marjorie DeYoung.
Robert and Janice Dower.
Woodrow and Mary Fortuna.
James and Betty Francis.
Frank and Miriam Gago.
Lewis and Margaret Griffith.
Ernest and Nancy Horton. ,
Lynn and Geraldine James. J
Edwin and Katherine Knarr.
Thomas and Patricia Long.
Harry and Mary Martens.
Guv and Mary McConnell.
Robert and Shelia Olson.
Flovd and Eva Potter.
Marcus and Justine Rowden.
John and Dolores Simpson.
James and Patricia Swann.
Robert and Lillie Wasek.
William and Mary Wood.
Leon and Bernice Zangwill.
Edward and Irene Izumi.
George and Rosa Moore.
Charles and Alease Stewart.
Fritz and Ann Thorfthlll.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES:
Local Advertisers
3 Lines (Minimum)
1 time 46e per line
• to 8 times consecutively Ale net
line.
7 times consecutively 88c ner line
New automobiles 88c ner line <4-llnr
minimum)
■pedal Notlcea and Personal •« net i
line aodltlonaL
Out-of-town rate Me ner line each
Insertion i
Claims for errors must be made In
time for correction before second
insertion
Tg Moca • 1
STAR CLASSIFIED AD
Call
STerfing 3-5000
Closing Hours:
SUNDAY EDITION, 10 PAL FKIDAY
MONDAY EDITION. I P.M. SUNDAY
TUES. to Ml.. 9 F.M. DAY IEFORE 1
SATURDAY EDITION. 10 P.M. FRI.
SPECIAL NOTICES
I WILL NOT BE responsible for any
debts other than those Incurred by
myself. LEONARD W. FEL'DOTTO.
6205 Danbury rd.. Bethesda 14. Md
30*
I WILL NOT be responsible for any
debts ether than my own. WARREN
H. PHELPS. 912 Longfellow st. n.w.
30*
PEACHES
Tree ripened sold direct from our
Plainfield Orchards
Dir: Route 182. 5 miles from Glen
mont. Md. and Georgia ave. n.w.
MOORE. Sandy Spring. Md. Fulton
8-3891. —9
PERSONAL
AOlTLTß—'■Plano classes: fun, excit
ing: 8125. HO. 3-8759. —6
CHEVY CHASE COUNTRY DAY
SCHOOL—Rec. and academic and
nursery: through 4th gr. Transpor
tation and hot lunches. OL. 2-9873
—3l
SUMMER CAMP IN MAINE—Run by
Chevy Chase Country Day School:
boys and girls: 5 to 12. Group
going UP Au*. 1. OL. 2-9873. —3l
CANDY COURSE—EnroII for Sept,
classes iwhite) day and eves. JAY
BEE CANDY SCHOOL. OT. 4-6_924.
—3O
FORM 87. O. S Job application pre
pared and typed. Personnel counsel
ing. EXCH. BERV.. ST. 3-6186. 2*
MIMEOGRAPHING. 500 copies. 83.26
lncl. typ. of sten. EXCHANGE SERV- .
ICE CO . 1740 K zt. n.w.. ST. 3-8186
2*
ACCOMPANIST wanted, by ilnglng
teacher, part time, must read classi
cal. DU. 7-3183. , —3O
VACANCY for elderly people: best
food. care, lovely home. Vienna, Va.
DU. 5-7973 or DU. 5-7807. —3O
PERMANENT. 84: shampoo and Anger
wave. 76c. WARFLYNN BEAUT?
COLLEGE. 1210 O st n.w
NICE PLEASANT HOME for elderly
folks; fine food, care, TV; lnspec
tlon Invited. NO. 7-3242.
AUCTION SALES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
under the terms of contract dated
October 29. 1952 between Helen L.
Barnett and The Chew Chase Motor ,
Co. Inc. the undersigned beneAciary
will proceed to sell at public auction
for cash at the Chevy Chase Motor:
Co.. Inc.. 7725 Wisconsin ave.,!,
Bethesda. Md on the 31st day of 1
Julv 1954 at the hour of 12 noon
the following property: 1 used 1952
Chevro'et, 2 ton tractor, serial No
14VVF1 810 motor No. KEN 174562
GENERAL MOTORB ACCEPTANCE
CORP. jy17.23,30
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON.
Auetieneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF NO. 1228
CRITTENDEN STREET. N.W.
By virtue of a decree of the U. 8
District Court For The District ol
Columbia, passed In Civil Action
No. 1575-54. the undersigned trustee
will offer for sale by public auction
In front of the nremises. on AUGUST '
NINTH. 1954. AT FOUR O'CLOCK
PM. the following lend and prem
ises. situate In said District, to wit:
Lot 41. Square «92(). as per plat
recorded In Liber 38. folio 199. of
the Surveyor's Office of said District
TERMB OF SALE: One-third of the
purchase money to be paid In cash
the balance In two equal Install
ments represented by the promissory
notes of the ourchaser. payable re
spectively on or before one and twe
years from date of settlement df
sale with Interest at six per cent
per annum from day of zale. payable
semi-annually, secured by deed ol
trust upon the property sold, or all
cash A deposit of 8500 required
of purchaser at sale. AU title fees,
conveyancing recording, revenue
atamps and notarial fees at cost of
purchaser. Terms of sale to be com
piled with within thirty days from
sale otherwise trustee reserves right
to resell property at the risk and
cost of defaulting purchaser, after
Ave days advertisement of tuch re
sale in some newspaper published
In Washington. D. C.
GEORGE R. UNKINS.
Trustee.
1818 N. Street N.W., Phone DI. 7-
8688. 1y16.23.?j-au6
ADAM A. WESCHLER * SON.
Auctioneers-Appraisers.
Notice it hereby given to Eddie Lee
Stamps. 1231 South, Capitol St..
Washington. D. C. and Motor
Credit Co tnc.. 523 H St.. N.E..1
Washington. D. C.. that on TUES-j
DAY. AUGUST THREE. 1954 ATj
TEN O'CLOCK AM., we will sell)
by public auction at 359 M Street.:
8.W., Washington. D. C.. 1946
Bulck 2-Door. Roadmaster. Serial
No. 24388019. Motor No. 46619787.;
1934 D C. Tag Number J-3184. left
with us In the name of Eddie Lee
Stamps and being sold to recover;
repair charges in the amount of
$277.00 and itorage charges of,
896.00 Parties In tntereat please!
take notice. Terms: Cash. 1. g t.j
Auto Repair, by JOSEPH H.
|CHNK>&.Mt«rn«.«o«7thßt.
f.
AUCTION SALES (Cant).
I-. ■ >n •
ADAM A. WESCHLER * SON
Auctioneers-Appraisers
THTOIWHAta OF POODMAfc-
KBT FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT.
STOCK IN TRADE. ETC.. CON
TAINED IN PREMISES 1908 18th
ST.. N_W„ ALSO LEASEHOLD
INTEREST.
By virtue of a Chattel Deed of Trust
recorded in Liber 9419. Folio 422
et seq.. one of the Land Records
of the District of Columbia and at
the request of the parties secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell by public auction at the
above-mentioned premises on Mon
day. August 2. 1954 at 12 o'clock
Noon. Toledo and Dayton computing
scales. National cash register.
Victor adding machine, walk-ln
cooler, Hill and Fleetwood dairy
and refrigerating cases. Crlsty
vegetable case, frozen food cabinet
refrigerating compressors. Ameri
can sheer, stock in trade, etc . also ,
leasehold Interest. Terms: Cash.
Jacob Sandler and David Hornsteln.
Trustees. LEONARD B. MEYERS.'
Attorney for parties secured. Tower
Building. jy29,30,31
THOS. J. OWEN * SON. Auetieneers.
HUE St. N.W.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable TWO
BTORY AND BASEMENT ROW
BRICK DWELLING BEING KNOWN
A3 PREMISES NUMBER 19 S
STREET. NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 10057.
Folio 356 et seq., of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia. •
and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees wiU sell, at public auction ,
in front of the premises, on TUEB- ■
?AY THE TENTH DAY OP AUGUST
D. 1954. AT TWO-THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M.. the following-de- ,
scribed land and premises, situate ‘
In the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being Lot 46 In
Mtddaugh’s subdivision In Block 8
‘‘Bloomingdale.” as per plat re
corded in the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
in Liber 11 at folio 147. Said Block
8 now known for purposes of as
sessment and taxation as Square
3106.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
{building association) deed of trust
for approximately 86.744.64 and
a prior second deed of trust for
approximately 84.883.86 further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale: the pur
chase price above said trusts 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 compiled with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be ad
vertised and resold at the discre
tion of the trustees.
ALAN BRUZEE.
JAKEY MADEOY,
Jy3o-au2.4,6,9 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auetieneers,
1111 ESt. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable BRICK
DWELLING BEING KNOWN AS
PREMISES NUMBER 308 C STREET.
NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 9560,
Polio 79 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 the premises, on TUESDAY THE
TENTH DAY OP AUGUST A.D.
1954. AT ONE-THIRTY O’CLOCK
P.M.i the following-described land
and premises, situate in the District
of Columbia, and designated as and
being Lot 6 In Smoot’s subdivision
of Square 782. as per plat recorded
In the Office of the Surveyor for
the District of Columbia In Liber
18 at folio 73.
Term*: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for ■
approximately $6,100.00 further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale; the pur- ,
chase price above said trust to be
paid in cash. A deposit of 8500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to be compiled with within 1
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be
advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of the trustees.
CHARLES E. MITCHELL.
HOWARD BERNSTEIN,
jy3o-au2.4,6,9. Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auetieneers
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY SEMIDETACHED BRICK
DWELLING BEING KNOWN AS
PREMISES NUMBER 312 McLKAN
AVENUE. SOUTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed ,of trust
SSifo r i c ß°« b V, N th.
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 the premises, on TUES
DAY THE THIRD DAY OP AUGUST
A.D 1954, AT TWO-THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M., the following
described and lend premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and
designated as end being Lot 234 In
Emmons' subdivision.of Square 546.
as per plat recorded In the Office
of the Surveyor for the District of
Columbia In Liber 20 at folio 80.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing atsociatlon) deed of trust for
approximately $3,689.93 further
particulars of which will be an- .
nounced at time of sale: the pur
chase price above said trust to be
paid In cash. A deposit of 8500.00
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 forfeited and
the property may be advertised and
resold at the discretion of the
trustees.
THORNTON W. OWEN.
HENRY S. SNYDER.
1723.26,28.30-au2 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auetieneers.
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable ROW
BRICK DWELLING. BEING KNOWN
AS PREMISES NUMBER 1421
ELEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
dated April 15. 1954. being Instru
ment number 12673. recorded April
19. 1954. among of the land records
of the District of Columbia. «nd at
the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction in front
of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE
TENTH DAY OF AUGUST. A.D
1954. AT TWO O’CLOCK PM., the
following-described land and orem
lses. situate In the District of Co
lumbia. and designated as and be
ing part of Lot 14 In Redfern’s sub
division of Square 338, as per plst
recorded in the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
In Liber B at folio 88; being more
particularly described by metes and
bounds in said deed of trust. Now
known for purposes of assessment
and taxation as Lot 800 in Square
338.
Terms: Sold subject to a nrior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
approxlmatelv 84.254.45 further .
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale; the pur
chase price above said trust to be
paid In cash. A deposit of 8500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terma to be complied with within ,
thirty days, otherwise deposit for- 1
felted and the property mar be ad
vertised and resold at the discre
tion of the trustees.
J. GEORGE OATELY.
JAMES J. GORMAN Jr..
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON.
Auctioneers.
Trustees’ Bale of Valuable REAL
ESTATE. BEING A TWO-STORY
BRICK DWELLING LOCATED AT
1233 6th BTREET. SOUTHWEST.
Bv virtue of a deed of trust recorded.
In Liber No. 9778. folio 637. et
seq.. one of the land records ol
the District of Columbia, and at the
request of Darty secured thereby
the undersigned trustees will offer
for sale by public auction. In front
of premises, on TUESDAY. THE
THIRD DAY OF AUGUST. A.D
1954. AT THREE-THIRTY O’CLOCK
PM., the following-described prop
erty In the District of Columbia
to-wlt: Lot 43 in John Miller's sub
division of lots in Bquare 473. as ;
fper plat recorded in Liber 29. folio
21 of the records of the office of
the Surveyor of the District of
Columbia.
TERMS OF SALE- Property wilt be
sold subject to a prior deed of trust
for approximately $7,613.80, the
terms of which will be explained ■
at time of sale: all cash over bal
ance of above trust. A deposit of
8300.00 required of purchaser at ,
sale Examination of title, con
veyancing. recording, revenue
stamps and notarial fees at cost of
- Terms to be compiled
with within thirty days from da?
of sale, otherwise trustees reserve
the right to resell property at risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser
after five days’ advertisement of
such resale In some newspaper nub
lished in Washington. D. C.. or
deposit may be forfeited, or with
out forfeiting deposit trustees may
avsll themselves of any legal or
equitable rights arainst defaulting
purchaser.
SOL PETERS.
EDWARD SHAPIRO.
Trustees.
SIMON FLEISHMAN.
1331 G St. NW.
Attorney For Party Becured.
jy24.262830-au2
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON. I
Aartloneers-Appraiser*.
Trustees’ Sale of DRY CLEANING:
AND VALET EQUIPMENT AND,
FIXTURES. STOCK IN TRADE 1
ETC. AT 31 3 PENNSYLVANIA AVE . j
J S.E ALSO LEASE-HOLD IN
TEREST
: By virtue of a Chattel Deed of Trust
Recorded In Liber 9656. Folio 319,
1 et seq., one of the Land Records of
,1 the District of Columbia and at
1 the request of the party secured
1 thereby, the underlined trustees
1 will sell by public auction at the
above-mentioned premises on TUES-
I) DAY. THE THIRD DAY OF AU
GUST. A.D 1954. AT ELEVEN
O CLOCK A.M.. National eash re*-
1 lster. sewing machine. Martin clean
ing unit, Hoffman press. Glover
Ironing board. Clzsell miff Irons.
Elco spotting board. Morheat boiler.
1 1 stock In trade, lease, licenses, ner-
I mlts. etc. Terms: Cash. JACOB 8.
. LEVIN and JACOB SKEESKUt.
• TSSM-
AUCTION SALES (Cant).
AUCTION SALES
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON.
Aactl sneers-Appraisers.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF TWO-STORY
ROW c B Y RICK DWELLING NO. 1346
By virtue of • dead of trust re
corded in Liber No. 9316. folio
420. et seq., one of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia
and at the request of party se
cured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will offer for sale by public
■uctlon. in front of nremises. on
MONDAY. THE SECOND DAY OF
August. 1954. at four o’clock
the following-described prop
erty In the District of Columbia
to-wlt: Lot 66 in Square 2826 In
SfUlijOfc F Siedenberg and others
subdivision of lots In a tract of
SSL known as Padsworth or Pet
»°rth - ««ld plat recorded In the
Offlce of the Surveyor of the Dls
£{et of Columbia in Liber 58 at
;SUf.^ 35 ,uWwt to covenants of
record.
AH «***>• Ade-
R°*tt 0/ 8509.00 cash required at
}*®f. of Acceptance of bid. Exam
ination of title, conveyancing, re
cording, revenue stamps, notary
t*? Co* l of purchaser
Slffi* of;sale to be complied with
within 30 days from the day of
d *POslt may be
fP/fs'ted or. without forfeiting the
deposit, the trustees m»y «v»IJ
themselves,of any legal or equitable
clfaser *** ,B * t the defaulting pur-
5 A YMOND J. VIERBUCHEN.
EDMUND M. EMMERICH.
JOHN H. STADTLER.
Jy-3.26,28.30.31. Trustees,
ADAM A. WESCHLER * SON,
Auctioneers
THREE-BTORY
BRICK DWELLING. NO. 318 CON
gTmmON AVENUE N.E. (FORM
ERLY B STREET N.E.).
By virtue of a Deed of Trust itqorded
In Liber 9077. Folio 308. et seq..
one of the Land Records of the
District of Columbia, and at the
request of the party secured thereby,
the undersigned trustees will offer
for sale by public auction, in front
of the premises on THURSDAY
THE FIFTH DAY OF AUGUST
1954. AT THREE O’CLOCK P.M.,
the f ollowing-descrlbed property in
the District of Columbia, to wit:
Part of Original Lot numbered Three
(3 1 In Square numbered Seven
hundred eighty-four (784):—Be
ginning for the same on B Street at
■he Southeast corner of said lot.
and running thence North along the
East line of said lot. 82.17 feet to
an angle therein, and also to thp
Southerly line of the part of sah’
Lot 3 conveyed to Joseph M. Frank
by Deed dated May 29. 1897, and
recorded In Liber 2213 at Folio 364
of the Land Records of the District
of Columbia; thence Southwesterly
along the Southerly line of said
Frank's Parcel, to intersect a line
drawn North and parallel with the
East line of said Lot from a point
in the North line of B street, dis
tant 16.71 feet West from the point
of beginning: and thence South
along said line. 89 feet more or
less, to B Street: thence East 16.71
feet along said street, to the point
of beginning:—said described prop
erty being now known for purposes
of assessment and taxation as Lot
numbered Eight hundred and four
1894) in said Square numbered
Seven hundred and eighty-four
(784).
TERMS: ALL CASH. A deposit of
8500.00 in currency or a certified
check will be required at time of.
sale. Conveyancing, recording, reve
nue stamps, etc., at purchaser's cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
settlement of sale. Terms to be
complied with within 30 days from
day of sale otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be
advertised and resold at discretion
of the trustees.
I RUBY MECHLIN.
JAMES J. SLATTERY.
jy22.26.3(Vgu2,4 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON, Auctioneer*.
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable SEMI
DETACHED BRICK DWELLING
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 86 O STREET, NORTH
WEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 10093.
Folio 300 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
within the offlce of Thos. J. Owen
6 Son. Suite 601. Perpetual Build
ing. 1111 E Street N.W.. on TUES
DAY, THE TENTH DAY ‘OP AU
GUST. 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 Lot 201 In Florence D. Mc-
Auliffe’t subdivision of lots in Square
617. as per plat recorded in the
Office of the Surveyor for the Dis
trict of Columbia In Liber 31 at
folio 141. Subject 4b right of way
of record.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $6,659.00
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 days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be
advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of the trustees.
JAKEY MADEOY.
ALAN BRUZEE.
Iy3o-au4.9 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers.
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY SEMIDETACHED FRAME
DWELLING BEING KNOWN AS
PREMISES NUMBER 823 E STREET.
SOUTHEAST. J J 4 ,
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, In Liber No. 9906.
folio 379. 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
within the offlce ol Thos J. Owen &
Son. Suit* 801, Perpetual Building.
1111 E street n.w. on TUESDAY
THE TENTH DAY OF AUGUST.
A.D. 1954 AT TWELVE O’CLOCK
P.M., the following-described land
and premises, situate In the District
of Columbia ana designated as and
being part of Lot 16 In Square 926.
being more particularly described
by metes and bounds in aald deed
of trust. Now known for purposes
of assessment and taxation as Lot
823 in Square 926
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
approximately $4,973.51 and a prior
second deed of trust for approxi
mately $2,291.01. further particulars
of which will be announced at time
of sale: the purchase price above
said trusts to be paid in cash. A de
posit of $500.00 required. Convey
ancing. recording etc., at pur
chaser’s cost. Adiustments made as
of date of sale Terms to be com
plied with within thirty days, other
wise deposit forfeited and the prop
erty may be advertised and resold
at the discretion of the trustees.
ROBERT W. KIDWELL.
THORNTON W. OWEN.
jy3o-»u4.0 Trustees,
Zed L. Williams * Zed L. William*, Jr.
Auctioneers-Ampraisers.
SPECIAL
AUCTION
DAIRY COWS. DAIRY FARM EQUIP
MENT. FARM MACHINERY. TRAC
TORS. GRAIN DRILLS, SPREADER
’SURGE’’ MILKING MACHINE,
FARM TOOLS OF ALL KINDS.
ALL TO BE SOLD BY
AUCTION
THIS SATURDAY. JULY 31
11 A.M. (E.S.T.I
(TOMORROW)
ON THE FARM OF
LEROY MYERS. OWNER
2 ml. south of Ryan. Va., 6 mi. from
Ashburn. about 15 mi. from Lees
burg.
(From Washington, drive through
Falls Church, take U. 3. No. 7 to
Ashburn Junction, turn left off No.
7 at Sinclair gas station, about 5
ml. before Leesburg, then straight
ahead through Ashburn to Ryan,
then 2 ml. on paved asphalt road
No. 772 to Leroy Myers Farm. 40
miles from Washington.)
35 Holstein cows heifers, calves. In
ternational tractors. Deerlng grain
drills. New Holland hay baler, ensi
lage cutter, corn cutter. "New Idea”
manure spreader, farm tools, dairy
barn equipment, feed carts, etc. Also
bales of hay. straw, etc. Farm truck,
etc.
Terms: CABH.
Auctioneers. Fh.: NA. 8-3679
jy28,29
PROPOSALS
GOV. O* DIST. OP COL.. DIB.
BLDGS. AND GROUNDS, July 28.
1954. SEALED PROPOSALS Will be
reed, tn Rm. 404. 499 Pa. Ave.
N.W.. Wash. 1. D. C., until 2 F.M..
DST. Au*. 12. 1954. and then pub
licly opened and read for Ground
Improvements at site of Syphax
Elementary Bchool. Vs St. and "It”
St 8.W.. Wash.. D. C. Proposal
forms, speens. and drawing obtain
able, without charge, from Super
visor. Contr. and Bond See., Pro
curement Offlce. D. C.. Rm. 406.
499 Pa. Ave. N.W. (Tel. NA. 8-
6000. Ext. 2378).
Jy28.2»,30.31-au2.3
SEALED BIDS fN TRIPLICATE for
elevator plant tn the Administration
i Building. Howard University. Wash
| ington. D. C., will be received until
; 2:00 P.U. EDST on August 26. 1954
; in Rm. 7100 General Services
, Regional Offlce Bldg.. 7th and D
I Sts. S.W. Washington. D. C., and
then publicly opened In Rm. 7100.
i Bidding material may be obtained
from Public Buildings Service. Rm.
1304 General Services Bldg., 19th
and P Sts. N.W.. Washington. D. C..
Executive 3-4900, Br. 2397. *
SEALED BIDS IN TRIPLICATE for
construction (Except Elevators) of
the Administration Building. Howard
University. Washington. D. C.. will
be received until 2:00 P.M. EDST
on August 26. 1954 In Rm. 7100
General Services Regional Offlce
Bldg.. 7th and D St*. S.W.. Wash
ington. D. C„ and then publicly
opened in Rm. 7100. Bidding ma
terial may be obtained from Public
Building* Service. Rm. 1304 General
, Services Bldg., 190) and P 8t». NW,
Waahßyton. D. C. Executive B^9oo,
AUCTION SALK
PROPOSALS (Cont.) |
GOV. OP DIgT. Or COL.. DEPT. OF
SAN’Y. EN’G’G., July 28. 1954.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be reed
in Rm. 404. 499 pg. Ave. N.W..
Wash. I. D. C., until 2 P.M. DST.
Aug. 4, 1954. and then publicly
opened and read for constr. of
BTORMWATER SEWER Howard
Rd. 8.E.. bet. South Cap. St. and
Shannon Pl„ consist, of 700 tin. ft
24” 350 lin. ft. 21”, 600 Un. ft
18" dia. relnf. cone, pipe sower
Proposal forms, speens. and draw
ing obtainable, without charge
Tom Supervisor. C-c-t. and pone'
Sec., Procurement Offlce. D. C.. Rm.
406. 499 Pa. Ave. N.W., (Tel. NA
8-6000. Ext. 2378).
jy28.29.30.31 -au2.3
LEGAL NOTICES
JOSEPH A. MeMENAMIN. Attorney.
426 sth Bt. N.W.
Piled July 28, 1954. Harry M. Hull.
Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of
Columbia.—william L. Alexander.
304 N St. N.W.. Washington. D. C..
Plaintiff, vs. Doris 8. Alexander,
1134 29th St.. Newport News. Va..
Defendant.—Civil Action No. 2432-
54.—The object of this suit is for .
absolute divorce (Voluntary Separa-i
tloni. On motion of the plaintiff. It
is this 28th day of July. 1934.
ordered that the defendant cause
her appearance to be entered herein
on or before the fortith day. exclu- '
slv of Sundays and legal holidays,
occurring after the day of the first !
publication of this order; otherwise •
the cause will be proceeded with as;
in case of default. Provided, a copy!
of this order be published once a
week for three successive weeks in
the Washington Law Reporter, and
The Evening Star before said day.
(S.) EDWARD A. TAMM. Judge.
(Beal.) Attest: HARRY M. HULL. ,
Clerk. By CHAS. T. McCALLY. I
Deputy Clerk. jy3o-au6,13
FREDERICK M. BRADLEY and
J. BRUCE KELLISON, Attorneys,
801 Colerade Bldg.,
Washington 5, D. C.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT *
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 86670. Ad- .
ministration.—This Is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
State of Rhode L-land has obtained
'rom the Probate Court of the Dis- .
trlct of Columbia. Ancillary Letters 1
Testamentary on the estate of Wal
ter Bruce Howe, late of the State
of Rhode Island, deceased. All per
sons having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit
the same, with the vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber. on or before the 19th day
of January, A.D. 1956; otherwise
they may by law be excluded from
all benefit of sgld estate. Given
under my hand this 19th day of
July. 1954. MARY CARLISLE
HOWE. Berry Hill. Hammersmith
Road. Newport. Rhode Island.
(Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGS
WELL. Register of Wills for the
.District of Columbia. Clerk of the
Probate Court. jy23,30-au6
ELIZABETH M. COX. Attorney.
711 Bowen Building.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 85.582,
Administration.—This Is to Give
Notice: 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 ol Joseph J
Kranauer. late of the District of H
Columbia, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to the subscribers, on
or before the 20th day of January. .
A.D. 1955: otherwise they may by 1
law be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Given under our hands
this 28th day of July. 1954. AMER
ICAN SECURITY AND TRUST COM
PANY. By: JAMES E. CONNOR.
Assistant Trust Officer. ELIZABETH
Y. HILLMAN. 2230 Hall Place N.W.
(Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MAR
QUES. Deputy Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia. Clerk of
the Probate Court. jy3i)-au6.13
GODFREY L. MUNTER and
JOHN C. KEATING. Attorneys.
Bldg.
UNITED STATER DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court. No. 85,408.
Administration.—This 1* to Give
Notice: 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 Edward
W. Smith, late of the District of
Columbia, deceased All persons hav
ing claims against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on
jot before the 24th day of January.
A.D. 1955: otherwise they mav by
law be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Given under my hand
this 23rd day of July. 1954. MAR
GARET BRADSHAW SMITH. 2127
California st. n.w.. No. 808. (Seal.)
Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL.
Register of Wills for the District of
Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
Court. )y3O-au6,13
SAUL M. SCHWARTZS ACH. Attorney.
501 Southern Building.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 85.587.
Administration.—This is to Give
Notice. That tht subscribers, of the
District of Columbia have obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Letters Testa
mentary on the estate, of Ida Atlas ,
late of the District of Columbia,
deceased All persons having claims
against the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof legally au
thenticated. to the subscribers, on
or before the 26th dav of January.
A.D. 1955: otherwise they mav by
law be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Given under our hands
this 26th day of Julv. 1954.
OLIVER ATLAS. 3700 Massachu
setts ave. n.w.: ROBERT KLEIN.
3,00 Massachusetts ave. n.w. (Seal.)
Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL
Register of Wills for the District of
Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
Court. jy.3o-au6.13
S. JAY McCATHRAN. Jr. and
ARTHUR r. ELG»N. Attorney*.
Washington Loan and Trust Building.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 85.741.
Administration.—This Is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dls- l
trlct of Columbia. Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Ethel
Waites Hill, late of the District of
Columbia, deceased. All persons
having claims against the deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber. on or before the 24th day
of January. A.D. 1955; otherwise
they may by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate. Given
under my hand this 23rd day of
July. 1954. ESTELLE C. LEWIB.
1221 Maryland Ave. N.E., No. 2.
(Seal ) Attest: THEODORE COGS
WELL, Register of Wills for the
District of Columbia. Clerk of the
Probate Court. jy3o-au6,13
BRESNAHAN, EBERLY *
WILKINSON. Attorneys.
321 Tower Bldg., Washington 5, D.C.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 85.550, Ad
ministration.—This is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
State of Wisconsin has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Clara
C. Byrne, late of the District of
Columbia, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on
or before the sth day of January
A.D 1955: otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Given under my hand
this 15th day of July. 1954
CHARLES A. CONRAD. 1121 Main
Street. Racine. Wisconsin. (Seal.i
Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES, De
puty Register of Wills for the Dis
trict of Columbia, Clerk of the
Probate_Court. jy16.23,30
MABEL BENSON SAKIS. Attorney,
Washington Loan and Trust Bldg.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
foi the District of Columbia. Hold
ing a Probate Court.—Estate of
Blanche Cecilia Howlett. Deceased.—
No. 85601. Administration Docket
179.—Application having been made
herein for probate of the last will
and testament of said deceased, and
sot letters testamentary on said
estate, by Mabel Benson Sakis it is
ordered this 16th day of July, A.D
1954. that the unknown heirs at
, law and next of kin of Blanche
Cecilia Howlett and all others con
cerned. appear In said Court on
Monday the 23rd day of August.
A.D. 1954. at 10:00 o’clock A.M..
to show cause why such application
should not be granted. Let notice
hereof be published, in the “Wash
ington Law Reporter” and "The
Evening Star.” once In eacb of three
| successive weeks before the return
day herein mentioned, the flrat pub
s lication to be not lest than thirty
days before said return day. Wlt
-1 ness, the Honorable BOLITHA J.
’ LAWS. Chief Judge of said Court.
’ this 15th day of July A.D. 1954.
(Seal. I Attest: MELVIN J. MAR
• QUEB. Deputy Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia. Clerk of
the Probate Court.
Jy16.23.30 «
r BAUMAN * BURNETT. Attorneys.
> 600 F Street. N.W.
: Washington. D. C.
I UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT i
for the District of Columbia. Hold-!
, tag Probate Court—No. 85673. Ad-1
> ministration.—This Is to Oive No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
i State of Maryland has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dls-,
: trlct of Columbia. Letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Elizabeth
’ Fenton, also known as Elizabeth V.
Fenton, late of the District of Co
lumbia. deceased. All persons hav
r ing claims against the deceased are
‘ hereby warned to exhibit the same,
i with the vouchers thereof.* legally
1 authenticated, to the subscriber, on
r or before the 19th day of January.
) A.D. 1955: otherwise they may by
* law oe excluded from all benefit of
- said estate. Given under my hand
r this 19th day of July. 1954. MAT
- THEW FENTON. 8615 Mayfair
c Place. Silver Spring. Md. (Seal.)
1 Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL
, Register of Wills for the District of
i, Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
Court. Jy23.30-au6
a
PROPOSALS (Cont.)
DAY SHIFT —By Frank Adams
.j
He’* ready for surgery, doctor . . . I’ve
checked his temperature, blood pressure and
bank account . .
DAY SHIFT
LEGAL NOTICES
PAUL B. CROMEMN AND
LLOYD FLETCHER. Jr.. Attorneys.
National Press Building.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Cblumbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 84.216.
Administration.—This is to Give
Notice: That the Subscriber, who
was bv the United States District
Court for the District of Columbia
granted letters testamentary on the
estate of Albert B. Snavely. de
ceased. has, with the approval of the
United States District Court for the
District of Columbia, holding a
Probate Court, appointed Executor,
the 23rd day of August. 1954, at
10:00 o'clock g.m.. as the time, and
said Court Room as the place, for
making payment and distribution
from said estate, under the Court’s
direction and control, when and
where all creditors and persons en
titled to distributive shares or
legacies, or the residue, or parts
thereof, are notified to attend In
person or by agent or attorney duly
authorized, with their claims against
the estate properly vomhed. Given
under his hand this 28th day of
July. 1954. PAUL B. CROMELIN.
3 366 National Press Building.
(Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MAR
QUES. Deputy Register of Wills for
the District of'Columbia. Clerk of
_the Probate Court. jy3o-au6.13
PAUL B. CROMELIN.
THOMAS M. RAYSOR,
RICHARD L. WALSH,
Attorneys,
National Press Bldg.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 84.215.
Administration.—This is to Give
Notice: That the Subscriber, who
was by the United States District
Court for the District of Columbia
granted letters of administration,
c.t.a. on the estate of Carrie M.
America, also known as Carrie Mary
America, deceased, has. with the
approval of the United States Dis
trict Court for the District of Co
lumbia. holding a Probate Court,
appointed Administrator. C.T.A.. the
23rd day of August. 1954, at 10:00
o clock a.m.. as the time, and said
Court room as the place, for making
payment and distribution from said
estate, under the Court’s direction,
and control, when and where all
creditors and persons entitled to
distributive shares or legacies, or
the residue, or parts thereof, are
notified to attend. In person or by
agent or attorney dulv authorized,
with their claims against the estate
properly vouched. Given under mv
hand this 27th day of July. 1954.
PAUL B. CROMELIN. 1366 National
Press Bldg. (Seal.) Attest: MEL
VIN J MARQUES. Deputy Register
of Wills for the District of Colum
bia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
Jy3o-au6.13
A. J. CERRA. Esq., Attorney.
1600 Vermont Ave., N.W.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Court for the District of Columbia.
Holding Probate Court.—ln re Es
tate of FRANCISCO GAL, Deceased.
—Administration No. 83857.
ORDER NISI FOR SALE OF
REALTY.—Rose Feher. Executrix of
;he Estate of Francisco Gal. de
ceased. having reported the sale of
Lot 55, Square 2107. improved by
premises 2835 Twenty-seventh
Str-et. Northwest, in the District
of Columbia, to Lucile B. Sharp, for
the sum of Sixteen Thousand Five
Hundred Dollars ($16,500.00) all
> cash, subject to a broker's com
mission of Eight Hundred Twenty
five Dollars ($825.00). it Is bv
the Court, this 28th day of July.
1954, ORDERED, that said sale be
ratified and confirmed by the Court
unless cause to the contrary be
shown on or before the 19th dav
of August. 1954. at 10 o'clock a.m.
at which time higher offers will be
considered and objections to said
sale will be heard in Motions
Court, provided a copy of this
order be published once in the
Washington Law Reporter and once
in The Evening Star at least ten
days before said last mentioned
date. EDWARD A. TAMM. Judge.
(Seal.) A True Copy. Attest: FRANK
J. BURKART. Deputy Register of
Wills for the District of Columbia.
Clerk of the Probate Court. Jy3o
VERNON E. WEST.
MILTON n KORMAN. and
UNA RITA MORRIS.
Attorney* for the
District of Colombia.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia, Hold
ing a Probate Court.—DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA, a municipal corpo
ration. District Building. Wash'ng
ton 4. 0. C.. Plaintiff v. LILLIAN
ELLEN SIMMS. Administratrix of
the Estate of Pliney F. Patrick,
also known as Pitney Francis Pat
rick. deceased, 769 Tenth Btreet,
8.E.. Washington. D. C.. Defendant.
—Administration No. 80595.—OR
DER.—Application having been
made herein by the Commissioners
of the District of Columbia for a
finding that Pitney F. Patrick, also
known as Pliney Francis Patrick,
the above named decedent, died Inte
state without heirs at law or next
of kin within the degree cf rela
tionsh'p recognized by the laws of
distribution, and for a decree that
said decedent’s property escheat to
the District of Columbia, oursuant
to Act of Congress of March 3. 1901.
(31 Stat. 1251. Section 18-717.
D. C. code. 1951 Ed.), as amended.
It is. bv the Court, 'his Bth day
of July 1954. ORDERED that the
unknown heirs at law and next of
kin. If any, of Pliney F Patrick,
.also known as Pllnev Francis Pat
rick. deceased, and all others eon
•erned appear in said Court on the
18th day of October 1954 at ten
o'clock. A.M. and show cause, if
any they have, why such applica
tion should not be granted. Let
notice hereof be published in the
"Washington Law Reporter” and in
"The Evening Star” twice a month
for the three consecutive months
prior to the return date. <B.)
ALEXANDER HOLTZOFF. Judge.
(Seal.) A TRUE COPY: Attest:
MELVIN J MARQUES. Deputy Reg
ister of Wills for the District of
Columbia Clerk of the Probate
Court. 1y16.30-gu13.27-sein.24
E. D. CAMPBELL. Attorney.
822 Southern Bldg.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Court for the District of Columbia.
Holding PTobate Court.—ln re:
Estate of Virginia Brown. Deceased
—Administration. No. 84920.
ORDER FIXINO NEW DATE FOR
TRIAL AND PROVIDING FOR PUB
LICATION.—The notification as to
the trial of the Issues In this case
relating to the validity of the paper
writing dated the 20th dayi of
June. 1953. purporting to be the
last will and testament of Virginia
Brown, deceased, having been re
turned as to William Brown “not to
be found.” It is by the courLthis
10th day of July. 1964.. ORDERED
that said issues be set down for
trial on the 22nd day of September
1954 and that this order and said
issues be published once a week for
four successive weeks In the Wash
ington Law Reporter and twice a
week for the same period Jn the
Evening Star Newspaper, said Is
sues being as follows: 1. Was the
paper writing dated the 29th day ol
Jun*. 1953 purporting to the last
will and testament of Virginia
Brown, deceased executed and at
tested In due form as required by
law? 2. Was the said Virginia
Brown at the time of making and
subscribing, or of the acknowledging
by her of said paper wrlttag. of
sound and disposing mind and capa
ble of executing a valid deed or
; contract? 3 Was the said papei
writing bearing date the 29th day
of June. 1953. obtained or the
! execution thereof procured bv fraud
I or deceit practiced upon the said
Virginia Brown bv Ruby A. Hano
well or any other person or per
sons? 4. Was the said paper writ
ing dated the 29th day of June.
1953. obtained or the execution
thereof procured from the said Vir
clnia'Brown deceased, by the un
due influence »r duress or coercion
of Rubv A. BanoweU or any other
person or persons? 5. Was the paper;
writing filed in this Court and bear
ing date the 29tb day of June. 1953
4he last will and testament of Vir
ginia Brown, deceased? (S.> ALEX
ANDER HOLTZOFF. Judge. We con
sent (8.) EDMUND D CAMPBELL.
Attorney for Caveators: (8.) JOHN
J CHARUHAB. Attorney for Cavea
tee. (Seal.i A true copy. Attest:
MELVIN f. MARQUES. Deputy Reg
ister of Wills for the District of
Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
i Court*
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LEGAL NOTICES
PAUL B. CROMELIN.
LLOYD FLE/TCHEB, Jr..
RICHARD L. WALSH. Attorneys.
National Prei* Building.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia, Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 85.517,
Administration.—This is to Give
• Notice: That the subscribers, of
the State of New Jersey and the
District of Columbia, respectively
have obtained from the Probate
Court of the District of Columbia.
Letters Testamentary on the estate
of Clara C. Burgess, late of the Dis
trict of Columbia, deceased. All per
sons having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit
the same, with the vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scribers. on or before the 29th day
of December. AD. 1954; otherwise
they may by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate. Given
under our hands this 28th day of
v July. 1954. FORREST F. BURGESS.
Wallworth Park Apts.; Haddonfleld.
New Jersey. NINA A. SMITHERS.
1411 Taylor st. n.w.. Washington.
D. C. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J.
MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills
for the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probata Court.
iy3Q-au6.13
PAULUS POWELL BROWNING. Jr.
Attorney.
3145 N Street N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Holding
a Probate Court.—Estate of Jennie
H Hunter, deceased.—No. 85431.
Administration Docket 178.—Appli
cation having been made herein for
probate of the last will and testa
ment of said deceased, and for
letters testamentary on said estate,
by Logan E. Hill, it is Ordered this
6th day of July. A.D. 1954. that
Lillian Warne. Joseph Hill, Bernard
Hill, non-residents and all others
concerned, appear in said Court
on Monday, the 16th day of August.
A.D. 1954. at 10:00 o'clock a.m..
to show cause why such application
should not be granted. Let notice
hereof be published in the "Wash
ington Law Reporter” and "The
Evening Star.” once in eacb 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 Otb day of July. A.D. 1954.
(Seal.i Attest: MELVIN J
MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills
for the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probate Court. jy16.23.30
SAMUEL SCRIVENER, Jr.. Attorney.
1518 K St. N.W.
Order Publication-Absent Defendant.
Filed July 28. 1954. Harry M. Hull.
Clerk.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
lor the District of Columbia. —Ger-
trude de Ponton d’Amecourt. Plain
tiff, vs. Albert de Ponton d'Ame
cOurt. Defendant.—No. 2122-54. —
The object of this suit is to obtain
an absolute divorce bv plaintiff
from defendant on the ground of
desertion. On motion of the plain
tiff. it Is this 28th day of July
1954. ordered that the defendant.
Albert de Ponton d'Amecourt cause
his appearance to be entered herein
on or before the fortieth day. ex
clusive of Sundays and legal holi
days. occurring after the day of
the first publication of this order;
otherwise the cause will be pro
ceeded with as in case of default
Provided, a copy of this order be
published once a week for three
successive weeks in the Washington
Law Reporter, and The Evening Star
before said day. (S.) EDWARD A.
TAMM. Judge. (Seal.) Attest:
HARRY M. HULL. Clerk. By CHAS.
T. McCALLY. Deputy Clerk.
Iy3o-au6.13
JOSEPH A. MeMENAMIN, Attorney,
426 sth Bt. N.W.
Filed July 28, 1954. Harry H. Hull.
Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
United States for the District of
Columbia.—Walter A. Butler, 1808
Corcoran Bt. N.W., Washington.
D. C.. Plaintiff, vs. Mary A. Butler.
889 St. Nicholas Ave.. New York,
N. Y., Defendant.—Civil Action No
2878-54.—The object of this suit is
for absolute divorce (Voluntary
Separation!. On motion of the
plaintiff, it is this 28th day of July.
1954, ordered that the defendant
Mary A. Butler, cause her appear
ance to be entered herein on or be
fore the fortieth day. exclusive of
Sundays and legal holidays, oc
curring after the day of the first
publication 9>f this order: otherwise
the cause will be proceeded with as
in case" of default. Provided, a copy
of this order be published once a
a week for three successive weeks
in the Washington Law Reporter
and The Evening Star before said
day. <S.) EDWARD A. TAMM.
Judge. (Seal.) Attest: HARRY M.
HULL, Clerk. By CHAS. T. Me-
CALLY. Deputy Clerk jy3o-au6,13
PAUL B. CROMELIN AND
LLOYD FLETCHER. *r., Attorney*
National Press Baildin*
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court—No. 8* •<+<>•
Administration.—This is to Give
Notice: That the Subscriber, who
, was by the United States District
Court for the District of Columbia
granted letter* of administration,
c.t.a.. on the estate of Rrcelle M.
DeLlslo. sometimes known as Ercelle
DeLisio. deceased, has. with the ap
proval of the United States District
Court for the District of Columbia.
1 holding a Probate Court, appointed
; Administrator. C. T A., the 83rd day
; of August. 1954. *t 10:00 o’clock
am. as th* time, and said Court
room as the place, for making pay
! ment and distribution from said
estate, under the Court’s direction
and control, when and where all
creditors and persons entitled to
distributive shares or legacies, or
the residue, or parts thereof, are
notified to attend! In person nr bv
agent or attorney duly authorised,
with their claims against the estate
properly vouched. Given under my
hand this 28th day of July. 1964.
LOUIS DeLISIO 1610 Hobart Street.
NW (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J.
MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills
t for the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probate Court.
jy3o-aug.6.18
HELP WANTED—AGENCIES
i BKPRS, AND ACCOUNTANTS—We
i specialize Ip tnese positions ATLAS
1420 N ▼ are n w RE 7-6767
ADAMS TEACHERS
i AGENCY
Cole. Bldg., 1341 G N.W. RE. 7-3938
I -
HELP—MEN
ACCOUNTANT for CPA firm. Ac
counting school graduate. Some
travel involved. Excel, working
cond. Reply, statins age. educa-
I tion. salary desired. Box 375-V.
AUTOMOBILE used-car talesman
experienced: must furnish A-i ref
erences. Presently men average S6OO
’ per month. Line Lincoln -Mercury
• dealer. Plenty of advertising; excel
lent t salesman.
WKtn eattggmg advertisement*
addressed to Star boxes da NOT
inelote original references pAoto
oravhi or other material* of per
sonal value Copies saves the par
| pose Originate map pat lost
HELP—MEN (Cob*. I
APPLIANCE
SALESMEN
FOR SERVICE
AND SELLING
FOR THE LARGEST AND
OLDEST RETAILER
OF ITS KIND
Must be young—aggressive—able to
-talk and own late-model car. Start
ing salary. $Bl per week, plus com
mission* on all gales, inch trip com
missions All calls prescheduled. No
canvassing Learn selling with a
good, substantial base pay. No pre
vious selling experience necessary.
CALL AT 604 9th ST.
AT YOUR CONVENIENCE
Ask for Mr Edmund Waller, or phone
RE. 7-8088 for appointment. —3O
AUTOMOTIVE MACHINIST, experi
enced in engine rebuilding; must
have good references. 606 New York
ave. n.w. —1
AUTO GLASS MECHANIC, full time;
salary open. 11163 Vlers Millard
' AUTO MECHANIC, lit class. Tore
man for earage and manage service
I statioa. Must be reliable, sober and
turn, references. Excel, pay, perman
, ent position. JA. 2-9244 —1
AUTO MECHANIC, capable of re
building front ends and brakework;
' must be experienced. Salary com
mensurate with ability. WASHING-
I TON SPRINGWORKB. 1410 Church
I st. n.w.. DE. 2-0781. —3O
AUTO MECHANICS, need two men.
Ford exper.: 5-day wk.. paid vaca
tion. group Ins.: plenty of work. See
Mr. Palmer. PRANK SMALL. Jr..
INC., 216 Penna. ave. s.e. —3O
AUTO MECHANIC, experienced, for
De Soto-Plymouth dealership. Excel.
’ compensation: all employe benefits.
Call MR. ALLNUTT. service mgr.
for appointment. MARYLAND MO
TORS. INC., Rockville. Md. OL
4-6500. _ —3O
AUTO MECHANIC -
Opening for 2 first-class men: Chev.
exper. pref. Present men earning in
excess of SIOO wkly. Liberal year
end bonus plan. This Is a steady
job for the right, men. Apply In
person. Service Mgr.
LUBTINE CHEVROLET
Hyattsvllle, Md. WA. 7-7200
AUTO PARTS COUNTERMAN and
cashier; local references; age 25 to
40; top salary, vacation, hospital
ization and bonus. Apply in person.
WILLIAM A. BARBER EBSO SERV
ICE CENTER. 10th and Maine aye.
s.w. —3O
AUTO-PARTS MAN, Ford experience
necessary; busy department: 6tt-day
wk.. paid vacation, group hospitaliza
tion insurance; opportunity for ad
vancement Call LEO BUCKLEY.
AD. ,2-0181. —1
automotive representative to
cover Washington territory: resident
of Washington or vicinity; must have
automotive jobber or factory experi
ence. knowledge of territory, car:
■ salary, expenses, bonus, health In
surance and pension plan. Please
reply stating experience, age. and
• salary expected to THE ELECTRIC
AUTO-LITE CO. at Box 491-V. Star.
AUTO SALESMAN
■ We have an opening In our new-car
sales dept.; experience In the auto
mobile or associate fields desirable
! Jmply Mr. Carnle. STOHLMAN
! CHEVROLET. INC.. 33rd and M
; sts. n.w.. AD. 2-1646. —3O
AUTO SALESMAN
, A real opportunity Is available for
an aggressive, exper. auto salesman,
with a well estab. firm handling
one of America's outstanding cars.
The man we select can expect Our
full co-operation, backed by long
exper both In sales and service.
Our compensation plan and other
benefits offer you a long-range prop
osition well worth looking Into,
i When answering, please give full
; particulars as to age. exper.. mari
■ tal status and general stability.
■ Your answer will he kept strictly
' eondentlal. Box 262-V, Star. —1
' AUTO SALESMEN. Washington's
largest used-car dealer needs 2
exDer. automobile salesmen; good
salary plus an entirely new com
mission setup; excel, working con
ditions. Call Mrs. Mlchaelson for
- appointment. AUTO WHOLESAL
• ERS. INC.. LI. 3-8800. —2
AUTO BALESMEN—Need 2 men to
round out our present new-car sales
’ force; excel, oppor. for man who
t can sell and Is willing to work;
> highest commissions paid. See Mr.
. Winstead. FRANK SMALL. Jr., INC..
. 215 Penna. ave. s.e. —3O
r AUTO SALESMEN —Two men tor
used-car dept, to take charge of
r lot: 2 men for new-car dept. Our
pay plan Insures top earning; Urn
-5 ited sales force; transp. turn.; dally
t floor periods. If you are anxious
• to build a nice business for your
, self in the most productive field
> today, see Mr. Tarshes for full
1 details. BEAL MOTOR CO., direct
factory dealer, 1401 R. I. ave. n.e.
: —-30
! AUTO SERVICE SALESMAN, lge.
Ford dealership; must have exper
l tn diagnosing. This Is an attractive
; position for right man. Apply Mr.
[ Keeney. MONROE FORD ro. 1237
; East-West hwy.. Silver Spring Md.
’ AUTO WASHMAN. must be exper. In
. washing and buffing. Apply LEE
' PERSHING ESSO. 2300 N. Pershing
• dr.. Arl.. Vo.. JA. 7-7707. —3l
■ BOOKKEEPER for general bookkeep
ing. billing and cost work, some
; typing; good salary, amount open.
‘ Box 424-S, Star. —1
. BUTCHER, exper.. to manage meat
dept.: reliable man only. DOR
CHESTER MKT.. 2480 16th gt. n.w
DU. 7-5600. —3O
’ CAB DRIVERS—Men to drive DIA
MOND CABS. We assist you in
■ obtaining I. D. card. LI. 3-5102.
! See MR FEINBERO. —lO
CARPET BINDER
■ To operate binding machine in carpet
i work room; must be experienced;
r steady work. Apply DIENERS. INC..
[ 1600 Rhode Island ave. n.e. —3l
- CARPENTERS A-l mechanics, frame
and trim for residential work;
- steady year-around operation with
s good pay. Call OL. 2-0070 or ap
-1 ply 4800 blit. Falstone ave.. Somer
set Hats.. Bethesda. —3O
: CARPENTERS. BRICKLAYERS needed
■ badly. Apply 1021 7th st. n.w.
; CARPENTERS, good frame mechan
ic* Apply at Job in Oak View De
velopment at 7:30 a.m. —3O
; CARPENTER'S HELPER, ready to go
I to wlrk steady. Apply in person,
• SECO, 8101 Sch rider st.. Silver
Spring. 8 to 9 a.m., or 6 to 6 j).m.
CLERK FOB NEWSSTAND—Part
time. eves., exper.. rel. MR. BEN
NETT, 3251 >4 Mt. Pleasant st. n.w
CLERK
' Drug store exper. Must have local
P references. Eve. hours, good pay,
i excel, working conds.. vacation with
, pay, meals turn. Give full partlcu
’ fare to Box 280-V. Star. —1
! COLLECTION AND CREDIT MAN.
between the ages 25-35. who has
had local exper. and good steady
5 record to take charge of collection*
t and assist in credit offlce when ner-
P essary. Perm, position and aooo
salary with hosiptallzation insur
ance This is a real opportunity fo>
. an ambitious person. D. J KAUF
. MAN. INC. 1005 Penna. ave. n.w.
• Please apply to Mr. Dodek by letter
with qualifications for appointment.
j _ —3O
e DEBIT MAN
» With past Insurance experience to
. collect and sell an old established
s debit; above average pay with car
allowance Free hospital and life
i Insurance, plus other company
■ benefits. Call KI. 9-6369, or even
i Inas. JA 8-0195. —2
• DRUG CI.ERKB. full and part time
3 NAYLOR PHARMACY. 3039 Naylor
rd. s.e Apply in person. —3l
DRY CLEANER, experienced, for pe
troleum solvent plant; good nay.
r Call MR. BUTLER, OV. 3-1700
I* ELECTRICIAN. P. G. Co., master’s 11-
e cense, to work with plumbing and
o heating shop: aggressive man only:
t unlimited opportunity*. Box 188-V.
a Star. —3O
ELECTRICIAN —Jobbing and appli
ance installation work: car furn.:
e must have D. C. card. DOWD 8
- 4418 ronn
t ENGINEERS. Electronic and me
chanical for research work on ord
inance, guided missile and aircraft
v projects Write fully. P O Bo*
k 5968 Bethesda Md *
! ENGINEER, 3rd CLASS
i Steady lob, good working conditions,
s vacation with nay. BOSTON HOUSE.
II NO. 7-7285. —3
t ENGINEER
• 6th and Bth claw. Excellent salary.
f good working conditions. Must have
: local references. See chief engineer,
? 2800 Quebec at. n.w., Quebec House
’ Apts. —3O
;i FOREMAN, to supervise men; prefer
r. retired middle-aged man. or disabled
s veteran: good salary. Reply Bo*
E 'E2-V Btar. —3O
FOUNTAIN MANAGER, experienced
with good employment record at
- CARRIER DRUG Arlington: liberal
profit sharing arrangement Call
Mr. Carrier JA. 2-6601. —3l
f
■ INSURANCE
FIELD REPRESENTATIVE
i
. One of leading old-line stock multiple
line companies has permanent posi
tion in Washington area for produc
. tion representative. Casualty expert
. enee required with experience in
e surety, fire and marine desirable.
• Better-than-average opportunity for
. advancement for comparatively
young man who will accept respon
sibility and Is adaptable to training
i for management functions.
r Reply Box 371-T. Bur. giving eom
- plete pergonal details, training and
i. experience. AppUeatlon will be
treated tn confidence. —3l
HILP—MEN
HIH»—MEN 1
HOTEL DESK CLERK, for a small
hotel; must be experienced, able to
operate PBX board: steady employ- -
ment. Write resume to Box 485-V.
Star. * —2
HOUSEMAN, colored, for *.h.w., Uaht -
cooking and serving in country home
LVaii"®'. T’.fsS‘.
MR. HARTNETT. —3O
INSTRUCTOR, teach radio and elec- ,
tronics. full time; Immed. opening.
Call HO. 2-1520, Ext. 6; eves.. LO.
6-1907. —1
JANITOR, colored, experienced only. ,
with refs., for garden-type apt.
Corner Ager rd. end 29th ave..
Hyattsvllle.. AP. 7-3338. —1
JANITOR, colored, for n.w. downtown
mod. bldg Full time. Refs. req. No
chi’dren. $125 and mod. 1-bedrm.
apt. Apply bet. 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
1417 N st. n.w. !
JANITOR
Colored, for large garden-type apts.
near Alexandria. Va. Must be sober
and reliable and have knowledge of 1
stoker operation and be able to make
minor repairs. Good salary plus
quarters. See MR. EVANS. B. F. 1
SAUL CO . 925 15th st. n.w. —3l
JUNIOR ACCOUNTANT
Young man. for l*rae hotel organ
ization; good salary to start: benefits
after 3 mos. Future for right per
son Box 366-V. Star. —3
LAUNDRY EXTRACTOR MAN. not
over 35 yrs. old; washman exper
helpful. Apply In persom laundry
foreman. WDBORBAH HOSP.. Be
thesda. before 1 p.m. weekday*. (
—3l
LITHOGRAPHER. experienced on (
patent drawing: top salary, hospital
ization. vacation with pay: alr-cond.
plant. Apply after 2 p.m. 15 Vlr
giina ave. s.w. —l
MAINTENANCE MAN for large apt.
project; must have experience: good
salary and quarters. HENRY B.
THADEN. 1222 OConn. ave.. NA. 8- !
2076. * —1
MAINTENANCE HELP—Night and
day porters for maintenance of new
Lee Highway Drive-In Theater.
These are both full-time positions. '
. white or colored. Apply In person
only If you are a good honest, de
rsrr an anaM®,
DRIVE-IN THEATER In Merrifleld. 1
Va.. lust 2 miles west of Falls
Church These are year-round lobs. .
Nearby residents preferred. —3
OIL BURNER SEPVICE MEN. ex
perienced at least 5 yrs.: must know
city: good pay and all employe
benefits. No phone calls. Apply 1124
Florida ave. n.e. —1
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKER—j.
Must be all-round layout and fah- 1
ricator; steady lob. Box 13*-V.
Star —3l j
PAINTER, must be fast and sober.
Call J. M. MEDLEY,. JO. 8-5777.
1 PAINT SALESMAN
Experienced Inside selling. Must have
references. Good opportunity for
right man. W. R. WINSLOW CO..
■ 922 New York ave. n.w.
Pharmaceutical
- SALESMAN
Washington and Vicinity
Fifty-year-old. well-known
end rapidly-growing house has
opening for experienced, po-
I fesslonal-eppearlng salesman.
Ethical specialties sold to re
tail trade, hospitals and physi
cians. Capable man can earn
$6,000 in first year and must
earn more than $5,000 mini
mum. No ceiling on earnings.
Car essential. State
tlons and write for interview.
BOX 492-V. STAR
PLUMBER’S HELPERS ( 2). exper.
must have driver’s license. SHAPIRO
PLUMBING CO.. 3006 Georgia^ave.
PLUMBER-HANDY MAN. white, so
ber. for gen. maint. Exper nec.
HOTEL COURT. 10203 Baltimore
blvd. Berwyn. Md., WE. 5-5678^
PORTER, bowling alley: must have ■
experience in porter work and con
ditioning of bowling alleys: 6 days
. aWk Apply HYATTSVILLE BOWL
ING LANES. 6503 Baltimore ave..
Hyattsvllle. Md.. bet. 12-3 p.m. No
, phone calls. —1
: PORTER, willing worker: good ref.:
I good future . Good earning*. CEN
TRAL LIQU6rs. 618 9th
• PORTER, colored, for modern apart
ment building; good working condi
tions. See resident manager. THE
j EDDYSTONE. 1301 Vt. ave.^n.W.
) PRlNTEß—Heidelberg pressman; ex
perienced only; good wages. JA.
■ 4-1205. —1 v
PUBLIC HEALTH
i SANITARIAN
: Bachelor’s degree required; bacter
iology. biology, physics and chemls
' try helpful. Permanent position
' available immediately. Write, giv
ing qualifications, to ALEXANDRIA
HEALTH DEPT. —1
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN —Prince
Georges County branch of old down
town realtor’s office builders. Sales
Manager. District Heights. RE. 6-
’ 6880
, BEAL ESTATE SALESMAN—lncreas
ing our sales organization to 10 men
f creates opening for 1 experienced
salesman who can produce. Prefer
one with Va. license. Call MR. WAG
, NER. JE. 4-4900. —1
! REAL ESTATE SALESMEN
r 3 needed immediately, 120-home sub
division now being develooed. Prefer
- exper. Drawing account to those
s who qualify. Call SALES MAN
. AGER, JA. 5-6200. —2
t Real Estate Salesmen
■ We need 3 experienced salesmen im
mediately. We have good listings
and more clients than we can
handle. It you can sell, want full
1 time employment and the oppor
' tunity to make SIO,OOO a year, call
JA. 5-9387. —1
REPAIRMEN, general on small metal
tor handv with tools, soldering, etc.
Also
' Silver repairmen or silversmiths, fully
’ or partially experienced.
. D. L. Bromwell Plating Co.
; 710 12th St. N.W. —1
1 ROUTE DRIVER, dry cleaning; resi
dent of Va.. Fairfax County pre
ferred; guaranteed salary; estab.
, route. Call LI. 6-101(1 for lnforma
-1 tion. —1
SALES MANAGER
ORGANIZER
< To recruit and train field salesmen
Jo sell new modern Home Inclnera
' ters. Salary and commission. Also
need several installation men. For
interview write Box 376-V, Star.
SALESMAN WANTED. Apply 604 Pth
st. n.w. —3O
BALEBMAN for retail clothing store;
experienced; good working condi
, tions; salary open. Apply 737 /tb
1 st n.w —3l
• SALESMAN, Florida real estate;
1 leads furn : excel, opport. GEO.
' H. PERKINS, 927 15th it. n.w.
—3O
: SALESMAN FOB PRINTER—A real
! ’ opportunity for a man with a fol
[ lowing. Leads furnished. Excellent
art, copy and creative department
; will give salesman plenty of support.
1 Will be given chance to build sales
! staff and head up department. Lib
eral commission plus bonus. Write
fully. Our staff knows of this ad.
r Box 323-V. Star. .—1 „
SALESMAN, established route, sell
from trucks: restaurant and Insti
tution. Apply 2800 10th st. n.e.
NO. 7-1050. —1
„ SALESMAN, experienced In automo
-2 tlve line, to work In the Washington
J area. 606 New York ave. n.w. —1
i SALESMAN, contact man. first time
„ offered, to publicize auto auction;
’ zalarv plus commission. We want a
' door-to-door man who has sold ap
pliances or anything: not afraid to
• work: wonderful opportunity to
r contact automobile dealers only.
Phone MR. COLIE Parkway 5-1922.
—1
SALESMEN: liberal drawing account:
?ood oppor.: established clientele:
or work with janitor supply and
- paper products concern. Phone for
* appt.. BAER-SLADE CORP. LI.
6-1516, —1
SALESMEN (3)
T For zew-vae stores. Opportunity to
: make ovef $156 per week. Vacation
with pay. plus car allowance. No
canvassing, leadz in town only. Must
have car. Apply in Person to sales
# mgr.. Mr. Rose, any morning, from
I 9to 11 a.m. at BEi*r-EZY CO 6156
Banning rd. z.e. or call JO. 8-64J)0.
, SALESMEN
;. We are now presenting * complete
training program for • gelected few
- men to become qualified salea en
gineers with the largest home lm-i
provement corporation In thla sec
l tion of the United States,
r For those who qualify and are sin
: cerely interested In progressing Into
a permanent and profitable lifetime
career w# are going to completely
r train you Into a diversified sales
1 engineer program that will lm
i mediately promote you Into the
810.000 to 812.000 salary field.
1 This program of conference and
t practical activity not only costs
j you nothing but will enable you to
1 earn far above the average weekly
pay while you are In training.
For the flret time in our history ths
expansion of our organization de
mands that we select and train
men immediately for positions now
open. We require Intelligent, ener
get’c men with neat appearance
and late-model automobiles to fill;
our sales engineer positions Capa
ble of representing our corpora-:
Mon with the public. This Is our:
' i first time In presenting an oppor
'! tunity to the salesmen of all vo- 1
catlonal fields to make application
for position with our organisation ;
* If you are Interested In improving
;i your present sales status Into that!
permanent and profitable $10,060;
r i to $12,660 position now. then call'
In person mornings between 9 and
[ 11. '
Consolidated
. Engineering & Distributing
J Co. of Americß, Inc.
I 400 h st. y.u. —Bl
THE EVENING STAR
Washington, D. C.
FRIDAY. JULY 36. lg&4
HELP—MIN "
SALESMEN—LOOK!
New hospitalisation sales organisation
being organised in the State ol
viiifi&ui
District offlce located In Alexandria
and branch offices being opened in
surrounding areas This is your
opportunity to get in on the ground
. floor in a hard-hitting, hlsh-lncoma
sales force. There are 15 salaried
positions open in Virginia and our
MSF I *® put * our salesman In
the $125 and $l5O a week income
bracket. Your decision today may
decide your future tomorrow.
SEE MR. GIBSON
515 WYTHE ST.. COLONIAL BLDO.
ALEX.. VA. BET. 9-4 P.M.
“SALESMEN—LOOK! '
New hospitalisation sales organization
being ornanited In the State of
Virginia
District offlce located in Alexandria
and branch offices being opened tn
surrounding areas This is your
opportunity to set in on the ground
floor in a hard-hitting, high-income
sales force. There are 16 salaried
positions open In Virginia and our
lead program puts our salesman 1n
the $125 and $156 a week Incoma
bracket. Your decision tod a* may
decide your future tomorrow.
?EK MR. GIBSON
!E LIFE INSURANCE 00.
515 WYTHE ST.. COLONIAL BLDO.
ALEX- VA. 'BET. 9-4 P.M.
SHEET metal mechanic, exper 1 .
duct layouts and Installation. AUJ
SON’S. AD 4-4209. —3l
SHOEMAKER, white, Ist class, to da
fine shoe repairing: good job: good
pay to dependable man. Box 248-V,
Star. —4
SHOE SALESMAN, experience neces
sary: good starting salary plus com
mission; perm, position. Apply la
person. IDA’S DEPT. STORE. 5601
Ga. ave. n.w.
SHOE SALESMAN, experienced, ex
cellent opportunity now open with
a good future with growing con
cern. Contact MR. BERG. 1227 Good
Hope rd. s.e. —1
SHOE SALESMAN, experienced onlyt
excellent position for capable man.
7022 Wls. ave. OL. 2-9607, —8
SHOE SALESMAN
Thoroughly experienced, to sell Isdles*
hlkh-or'ced shoe*: permanent pn«l
tlon. Apply In person. THE
BOOTERY. INC.. 1038 Conn. ave.
n.w. —3O
SPOTTER wool, experienced Good
pay. Call MR. BUTLER. OV. 3-171)0.
—3l
STORE MANAGER, variety store sad
beer; must be experienced-must fur
nish bond. Write CHARLES VA
RANO. 1820 Belmont rd. n.w. —BO
STRUCTURAL DRAFTSMAN with ex
perience in detailing steel for com
mercial and school bldgs.: legal
fabricator. State experience and
salary desired. Our employee know
of this ad. Box 138-V. Star. —I
STUDENT ENGINEERS
4 college men majoring In engineer
ing. No experience necessary as we
train. Permanent or temporary. Ap
plicants must be neat appearing,
quick thinking and able to task*
rough engineering sketches. Top
pay. Apply in person, 1-4 p.m.>
Wed., Thurs.. Fri. only.
CONSOLIDATED
ENGINEERING and
DISTRIBUTING CO.
OF AMERICA
400 H ST. N.E.
TELEPHONE SOLICITORS
Advertising exper. only. RC. 7-7977.
THEATEit HELP—Application! being
taken for drive-in theater ushers
and refreshment stand attendants
for new LEE HIGHWAY DRIVE-IN
THEATER, located In Merrlfield. Va..
just 2 miles west of Palls Church.
Only honest, dependable applicants
need apply. All openings are for
evening work and year-round. Apply
In person. 4 to 7 p.m. at theater.
Nearby residents preferred. —3
TRUCK MECHANIC, wltn good refer
ences and experienced tn all phagea
of truck work: no drunks or float
ers: good job for right man: hos
pitalization. life insurance, vacation.
Call 8 a.m -4 p.m., NO. 7-7765. —3l
TV BENCH MAN—Apply at 8810 Old
Biudensburg rd.. Silver Spring. Md.
JU 8-4210 —3l
WALL CLEANERS, experienced,
white. Apply BALTIMORE RENO
VATING CO., 2323 18th at. n.w. —3
WAREHOUSE STOCKMAN, experi
enced pref.; permanent position:
excel, company benefit!. Apply
NATIONAL FURNITURE CO.. 80l
7th st. n.w. —3l
WINDOW TRIMMER, free lance, for
TV, appliances and furniture. Rea
Mr. Starling, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. or
call DI. 7-1900. OEOROFS RADIO
& TELEVISION CO.. 930 F it. n.w.
BOYS. 14-18, full or part time; can
earn over $1 ner hour; must b#
clean-cut and well-mannered. See
DON MASON. 426 sth Zt. n.w.. Rm.
300. Saturday. 9 till 12. —3l
MAN, elderly, for very light work la
dry cleaning pickup itatlon. MR.
BUTLER. OV. 3-1700. —Bl
MAN. white, settled, ai restaurant
worker; SIOO month, room and
board; nondrinker, clean: live In
family apt. Call collect, Mechanlcs
vllle (Md.) 123. 1*
MAN. white, to work at funeral hama
and on ambulance: full time; must
have D. C. driver’s license, be neat
and of good habits; good salary to
start. Including room. Apply for tn
tervlew, 1300 N at. n.w..
MAN—DEPENDABLE
With ear: permanent em
ployment Apply ELECTROLUX
CORP 3707 Oa ave. n.w.
YOUNG Man. to count and wrap In
mailing room; must be Intelligent,
accurate, co-operative and speedy at
hand work. An unusual beginning
salary with regular Increases to one
who can qualify for permanent posi
tion. Liberal vacation and sick
leave. Please state age. school back
ground and experience. Box 373-T.
Star. —1
YOUNG MAN, over 19. with Virginia
permit, for part-time work. 9-12
noon. Call MR. BUTLER. OV.
3-1700. - 31
YOUNG MAN. married. 25 to 35. to
train as roofing salesman: must hava
car; salary and commission: earn
ings, $5,000 to 810.000 per year.
O'BRIEN ROOFING CO., if. 7-SOO6.
—3
YOUNG MAN FOlt
PURCHASING WORK
A LOCAL COMPANY WITH
BRANCHES IN ADJACENT
STATES. WISHES TO EM
PLOY A YOUNG MAN BE
TWEEN THE AOHB OF 20
AND 35 TO HANDLE ITS
PURCHASING. MUST BE_A
COLLEGE ORA DU ATE AND
DRAFT DEFERRED OR Ifc
EMPT. EXPERIENCE IN
PURCHASING WORK IS DE
SIRABLE. BUT NOT. RE
QUIRED. SALARY WILL BE
DEPENDANT ON QUALIFICA
TIONS.
SEE MRS. CULVER
Personnel Offlce
Room 300, 816 14th St. N.W.
Between 9 A.M. and 4 P.M.

YOUNG MEN. orer 21, wanted for
part-time lob In theater. Apply DE.
2-IHO7, MR CARROLL. —3l
EVENING LAW STUDENT. 2nd year,
to do legal work of a legislative
nature and some public relation*
work; Journalistic experience helpful.
Write, giving complete resume ol
self, experience, eelary requirements,
etc,. Box 324-V. Btar. . _ —1
WANTED—Experienced awning han
-1 ger Apply In person. 1307 Prlnoa
1 st.. Alex.. Va. .— 3l
WANTED young white man to learn
business and eventually manage
paint store, only career-minded per
son considered. State age. business
exper.. and salary expected. Boa
289-V StAr ——l
FORMER ROUTEMAN WANTED, lull
or part time, to help supply demand
for Rawlelgh Household Necessities:
District tn Montgomery and Prince
George* Countle* available. Write
or call (HE 4-HS23i JOSEPH DOR
OAN, AdalPhi. Md. 8:30-10 a m..
Monday Tueaday and Wednesday of
7-9 p.m.. Monday and Friday. t
OFFICE JOB WITH OPPORTUNITY
In medium-size printing firm. Yount
man who la good typist and accurate
with figures may find this Just the
spot to start a career. Previous ex
perience not necessary. Reply A
own handwriting, giving **e ana
qualifications. Box 377-T, Star —1
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY
j For man with knowledge of hesttnf
to become associated with reliable
old-established distributor of Iro»
Fireman gas and oil products. Con
tacting trade with Iron Flreman'6
great new Selec. Temp, heating zyy
tem. Call Mr. Phelan. IRON FIRH*
MAN SALES CORP-. 1240 W at. n. 4,
HO. 2-5200.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY -
Ours la not a seasonal business—boß
—our Christmas gift sales are aen«
satlonal. Part-time men earn slo#
to $125 per wk. during rush. Our
training program starts now. Car,
white. 21 to 36. neat appearanca
Servicemen considered. Auplv 830
26th zt. n.w., Saturday at 4 p.m.
FAMILY MAN
For responsible sales position
with large national distrib
uting organization. Neat ap
j pearance; no Investment;
car helpful. If you are avail,
immed., call JU. 5-1351, aik
for MR. LLEWELLYN.
Directions to get to 10509 Inaley
Oo up Georgia ave to Flyers MiU
rd.. turn left and Inflay is first left
off plyera Mill rd.
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