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THE EVENING STAR
Washington, D. C.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 180*
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I is ROASTED TODAY! No "Shelf H
I Age"—No Loss in Flavor. At today's
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HOME OF
COFFEES .. . SOLD FRESH! I Strwt^W.
All 3 Hecht Co. Stores Open Late Tonight. Washington Store Open Til I 9 P.M. Silver Spring and PARKington, Arlington Open Till 9:30 P.M.
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i• Modern Decorator Lamps
f \ I \ Black iron Is becoming increasingly popular in all Half-Yearly Sale Priced
/ 1/ \ home decoration. Combined with brass it adds
/ V \ sparkle and zest to your rooms. And, while completely
jf I \ modern in line, it combines happily even with tra-
I \ * ditional furnishings. At this price, buy these lamps mhmh|
l*\ in pairs .. . and remember each is complete with its I
* own specially designed shade of parchmentized paper. ■
Smart Vanity Lamps Come early for this rare buy in our Half-Yearly Sale.
7th Floor, Washington; with shade
_ _ 4th Floor, Silver Spring and PARKington • 1
2*" $ 5 M
Not one, but two handsome
modern vanity lamps, 15' tall.
• for thia ioif price. CbII NA* B*sloo Anytime for
24-hour phono service. Or moil JBE^Ir
your order. Use key letter.
THE HECHT CO.
* Spring and PARKinftPn, Arlington V * |\
Panel of Lawyers
Selected for Special
Police Trial Boards
The District Commissioners
yesterday selected a panel of
lawyers who will be available,
during the coming year for serv
ice on special trial boards of the
Metropolitan Police Department.
Members were named on the
recommendation of Police Chief
Robert V. Murray. They are:
Bar Association of the District
of Columbia—Preston C. King,
jr., chairman; James M. Mclner
ney, vice chairman.
Also John H. Burnett, Dennis
Collins, William H. Collins, John
A. Croghan, Clarence M. Din
kins, Nathaniel J. Ely, H. Clay
Espey, William P. Fadler, jr.
Also Arthur J. Hllland, Her
bert D. Horowitz, Stephen O.
Ingham, Milton Kaplan, B.
Michael Landesman, Denis K.
Lane, Joseph Levin, Saul O.
Lichtenberg, Josiah Lyman.
Also Robert E. Lynch, Thomas
J. Lynch, Bernard I; Nordlinger,
John C. Poole, James P. Reilly,
Hoover Picked to Receive
First Steuben Award
ty Km Associated htti
CHICAGO, Aug. 19.—Former
President Herbert Hoover has
been selected by the Steuben'
Society of America to receive
the first Steuben Award. The
society announced his selection
as it opened its 16th national
convention today.
The award was set up by the
society for the American man or
woman performing outstanding
service in the welfare of the
United States as a public official,
educator, scientist, engineer, or
inventor. The Steuben Society is
a national organization of Amer
ican citizens of German ancestry.
J. Francis Reilly, William J.
Rowan, Eugene J. Schubert.
Also James Shenos, Joseph
Sitnlck, Ralph Stein, Joseph G.
Weeda.
Washington Bar Association—
Barrington D. Parker, chairman.
Also Dewey M. Carr, James M.
Coggs, Jesse O. Dedmon, jr.,
John D. Fauntleroy, Delong
Harris, George B. Parks.
Also Wilbur W. Sewell, Law
rence E. Smith, William S.
Thompson. Richard W. Tomp
kins, Maurice R. Weeks.
I GOING TQ NEW YORK?!
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sis. 4k ALL ROOMS
WITH RADIO
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Mont
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HOTEL [ iVTuAtUQUAIIII
CHESTERFIELD
WO West 49tb Strati. Naw York
Writ# lor illustrated booklet
OAIAOI ACSOSS THI STWT
EMMY LOU — By Marty Links
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Randall Aide Named
In Trade Policy Study
President Eisenhower has
served new notice of his inten
tion to press for action by Cong
ress next year on his proposals
for liberalizing American foreign
trade policies.
He did so late yesterday by an
nouncing appointment of John
H. Stanbaugh as assistant to
Clarence B. Randall, special con
sultant to the President for for
eign economic policy.
The announcement said: “Mr.
Stanbaugh will assist Mr. Ran
dall in action looking toward
consideration by the next Cong
ress of the remainder of the
President’s foreign economic
policy program."
The heart of this program calls
for modification of the Recipro
cal Trade Agreements Act to per
mit tariff reductions up to 15 per
cent over a period of years.
Mr. Stanbaugh, 48, who long
has been engaged in the farm
equipment business, has served
as assistant to Foreign Opera
tions Director Harold E. Stassen
since last November.
Mr. Randall headed a com
mittee that drafted recommen
dations for a more liberal foreign
trade policy earlier this year.
YFW Post Crab Feast
* The Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post No. 2562 at 2425 Hayden
drive, Silver Spring, will hold a
crab feast from 1 to 6 p.m. Sun
day.
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with shade
'Daddy' Grace Defendant
In Maintenance Suit >
A maintenance suit yesterday
was filed against Bishop Charles
M. (Daddy) Grace, Washington
evangelist.
The action was brought in the
U. 8. District Court for the Dis
trict of Columbia by Attorney
Jesse H. Chessin in behalf of
Mrs. Louvenia A. Royster, 3320
Stanton road SB.
The suit, which named as de
fendant John A. Royster, “also
known as James E. Morris and
Bishop C. M. Grace," asserts
Mrs. Royster and the ftegro
evangelist were married in 1923.
' Bishop Grace left her in 1928
and has failed to provide for her
support, Mrs. Royster complains.
She says she is now elderly, ill
and unable to support herself.
Births Reported
(From D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistic*.)
BOYS.
Prank,and,. Mary Armsworthy.
George and Vlvetta Baldwin.
Harold and Mary Bone.
Lawrence and Shirley Christ.
Joseph and Blaine Cnucker.
Marrls and Jacqueline Cohen.
Francis and Patricia Crowley.
Walter and Beatrice Diskiteln.
Wallace and Nell Embry.
Duane and Velma Pita.
Robert and WUhelmtnia Frost.
Morton and Rose Green.
George and Iva Headley.
Clark and Anne Hlxon.
William and Gertrude Jaeger.
Charles and Thelma Karns.
Robert and Lillian Kharasch.
Foster and Marsha LaHue.
Edward and Susanne Marshall.
Robert and Mary Massey.
Donald and Margaret Mercer.
Paul and Marjorie Murphy.
John and Rita McCullough.
William and Elizabeth McKelway.
Bernard and Audrey Naumann.
Bovd and Bettle O'Hara.
Gordon and Jean Osborne.
George and Elizabeth Rlckmar.
Philln and Mary Shafer.
Charles and Mildred Simpson.
Fred and Grace Sorrell.
Raymond and Anne Thomas.
Mark and Joyce Towers.
Charles and Margaret Whitman.
William and Barbara Woolrldge.
Clarence and Florence Wright.
Joseph and Rose Zeisel.
Warren and Helen Coates.
Clyde and Mattie Dabney.
Chester and Tyna Johnson.
James and Ruth Swlnton.
Luther and Barbara Washington.
Preston and Abble Atkins.
William and Phyllis Baughn.
Nick and Arlan Campanella.
Talbot and Martha Chubb.
Aloysius and Irene Coan.
Edward and Mary Conroy.
Bernard and Beatrice Deren.
Lee and Mamie Duke.
Lawrence and Waleta Faliok.
David and Cynthia Floyd.
Gilbert and Jeannlne Gimbel.
Charles and Elizabeth Griffith.
John and Shirley Hill.
Cary and Patricia Hutchunson.
Philli i and Maurice Jones.
Tonv and Opal Kereluk.
John and Marianne Lackler.
Arthur and Dorothy Lang.
Gerald -nd Tillie Martin.
John and Mary Matthews.
Verla and Marine Murphy.
Vincent and Mary McCarron.
Ernest and ..della Mclntyre.
John and Maura McNally.
Andrew and Winifred Ness.
Nathaniel and Ellen Orleans.
Clifford and Mary Pruefer.
Henry and Eda Savage.
Stephen and Dolores Silvestro.
Norman and Mary Skidmore.
Erneit and Polly Teagle.
Ray and Barbara Thorklldsen.
Hubert and Alice Watson.
Arnold and Orletta Wolf.
James and Alice Wren.
Frederick and Ingrid Zander.
Raymond and Feroia Cooke.
Howard and Dorothy Henderson.
Carlton and Doris Parks.
Emmett and Charlotte Walker.
GIRLS. .
John and Marie Arnold.
Robert and Rita Babb.
Daniel and Rosella Bella. .
John and Virginia Brosnan. •
Charles and Mary Brown.
Joseph and Rose Buscher.
Jack and Patricia Chinnls;
Reno and Kathryn Conti.
Nicholas and Ann Covatta.
James and Gloria DeCeasre.
Gordon and Anne Frankel.
Guy and Edna Hamilton.
Robert end Tottie Harrison.
James and Alice Huntt.
Murray and Beatrice Kata.
Allan and Esther Kover.
Robert and Edith Letta.
Harry and Joann Mack.
Robert and Agnes Meade.
Roy and Carolyn Meyer.
Sidney and Beatrice Mlntg.
Bernard and Martha Mullen.
Robert and Royal Mcßae.
Charlea and Elizabeth Old.
Arnaldo and Marl# Passarelli.
Harry and Evelyn Rector.
Clarence and Mary Scott.
Alvin and Ruth Shapiro.
Dwayne and Wilma Smith.
Peter and Eliza Soyster.
Jesse and Mildred Stelnfeld.
Gordon and Edlthann Taft.
David and Vera Tllson.
Howard and Patricia Unger.
Wllllem and Ruth Tost.
Aurello and Christine Avolleyra.
John and Nelm Beldelman.
Robert and Gloria Brennan.
Leon and Esther Brooks.
Richard and Mary Byrd.
Leroy and Sylvia Carrick.
Howard and Blaine Clark.
Solomon and Lenora Cooper.
Isaac and Miriam Diamond.
Raymond and Wilma Dorris. *
Edward and Alyce Guggenheim.
Walter and Hope Hanley.
Roland and Prances Horton.
leonard and Irene Jaffe.
Charlea and Courtney Kohler.
Albert and Gloria Lawton.
James and Gertruda Lewis.
Robert and. Jane Matteson.
Louis and Lola Meyers.
Bernard and Mollye Mills.
Thomas and Clare Moorhead.
Paul and Ay* Morrlsson.
Peter and Margaret McCluskey.
Pietro and Mary Nys.
William and Muriel Overton.
Charles and Patricia Rainer.
Joseph and Isabelle Ross.
Otto and Lois Senft.
Ralph and Nina SUloway.
Jacob and Bylyla Solomon.
William and Harriet Sprague.
Charles and Sarah Swanson.
William and Betty Terry.
August and Margaret Tolzman.
Robert and Marjorie Weeks.
George and Elizabeth Zabrlskle.
Roscoe and Marie Johnson.
John and Glendora Jones.
George and Caroline Picken*.
Calvin and Willie Johnson.
Robert and Avlne King.
TWINS.
Paul and Caroline Seber, boy and girl.
Samuel and Leontine Morris, girls.
Deaths Reported
(From D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistic*.)
I*e G. Watkins, *4. Washington.
Jessie M. Sanders. 71. 1246 Holbrook
ter. n.e.
Edward G. Lumpkins. 62. Arlington. Va.
Wolfe FarfeL 69, 901 C st. s.e.
Oris L. Mitchell. 58. Forrest. V*.
Francis J McCracken. 57. Soldiers Home.
Allen P. Jones. 62. 2746 29th st. n.w.
Joseph T. Buxton. ir„ 61. Washington.
Richard J. Madara, infant, 1004 Barn
aby ter. s.e.
John F. Johnson. 78. 1609 11th st. n.w.
Jessia A. Simmons. 65. 4417 Hunt pi.
n.t.
James A. Holly, 63. 342 W st. n.w.
William H. Johnson. 60. 1512 6th at.
Laura jr. Scott. 69. 2418 3rd st. n.e.
Jake Wright. 69. 116 Heckman st. s.e.
Oldie Davis. 65. 618 4th st. s.e.
Mary M. Grayson. 63. 2203 Champlain
st. n.w. '
Hester A. Bessons. 36. 70V4 O st. n.e.
ADVERTISEMENT.
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Marriage License
Applications
Under D. C. law couples must
apply for a marriage license on
one day, watt three full days
and receive the license on the
fifth day. Sundays and holi
days are counted the same ae
other days.
"grafflstfSss tnytssi
te.aswiias'iPk.sa
_ City. Mo.
JMw*™ Buse. 28. Greenwood. S. C- and
_ Betty Blxler. 22. Bethalto. HI.
John Aiken*. 27 and Juanita Stevenson,
21. botn' of 3662 East Capitol st. n.a.
Herman Christiansen. 23. 2928 K st. n.e.,
and Diane O'Connor. itO. 917 18th st.
n.w.
Roger Kerr. 36, Oroenbelt. Md.. and
Alice Worley, 27. 2120 16th st. n.w.
Alvin Dobbin, 22. 7910 13th st. n.W..
and Joan Gorin. 18, 900 Madison st.
Lindwood Frazier 18. and Susie Davis.
17. both of Holly. Springs. Mis*.
Albert Kashmere. 25, Atlast. Pa., and
Ruth Schrepple 22, BarnesviUe. Pa.
William Seleno. 34, 15 Riggs rd. n.#..
and Lenarda Trzeciesky, 23. Kenmort,
N. Y.
Harold Karrenbere. 27 b Woodsld*. N. Y..
and Doris Bartlett. 31, 702 Emerston
Donald_Rogers. 21. Fort Myer. V*.. and
» f»‘on, 18. Hagerstown. Md.
John Winslow. 22, St. Joseph. Mo., and
Jf*n Leddick. 22, Alexandria. Va.
Delbert Hann. 23. Deep Water. N. J.,
and SUemJenklna. 21. Lorton. V*.
Eugene Pacettl. 20. Barr*. Vt.. and Julia
Elmore. 20. Chapel Hill. Tenn.
George Koch, 23, Grand Monnd, lowa,
and Bue Trent, 20, Pound. Va.
Richard Crenshaw. 28. Arlington, Va..
and Thelma Smith. 23, Trenton., N. J.
Luis Slmo. 28. Glenn Dale, Md.. and
Margaret Dennison. 20. Belleville.
Clarence Parker. 29. Great Lakes. 111.,
and Ellen Dixon. 20. 5521 B st. s.e.
Harold Freeman, 18. 141 Bates st. n.w.,
and Jo Stewart. 18, 1364 Ist st. s.w.
James Smlthwick. 35, 2480 K st. n.w..
and Geneva Robbins. 22. 5817 Colora
do ave. n.w.
Roosevelt Bass, jr., 28, 1300 E st. s.e.,
and Arlessa Shepard, 30. 621 2nd st.
s.e.
Loren Brown. 23. Harrisburg. Va.. and
Louella Sloan. 27. 28 Eye st. n.e.
Claude Harrington, 20. LUlington. N. C..
and Wllnette Johnson. 16. 1636 Ist
st. n.w.
Program at Monument
A program featuring barber
shop quartet harmony and color
pictures of “The Colorado Rock
ies in Autumn” will be presented
at the Sylvan theater on the
Washington Monument Grounds
at 7:45 p.m. tomorrow.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES:
Local Advertisers
3 Lines (Minimum)
1 time. 46c per line.
* to 6 times consecutively. 41e per
line.
7 times consecutively. 38e per line.
New automobiles. 66c per Una (4-line
minimum)
• B ?taS , .ddm C onar nd Per,OML 6C D "
“tsssa? r,u - 6Co ““ « ch
Claims for errors must be made in
time for correction before second '
insertion.
To'Place a
STAR CLASSIFIED AD
Con
STerling 3-5000
Closing Hours:
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.
i PROPOSALS
SEALED PROPOSALS endorsed "KEN
WOODBEACH EROSION PROJECT,
CALVERT COUNTY” wIU be received
y. the County Commissioners of
Cjlwt County, acting ms the Dis
trlct Council for Kenwood Beach at
the Court House, Prince Frederick.
2 :0 9 P u M - Eastern
ftaJhkht Time, September 7, 1964.
"which time they will be opened
publicly and read. The proposal wIU
include the furnishing of all plant,
labor, and material* and performing
all work for the construction of 9
stone groins, each 60 feet long with
side slopes of 1(4 horizontally to 1
vertically and a top elevation of
4.0 feet above mean low water and
* sand nil along approximately 1,100
feet of front to an elevation of 4.0
feet above mean low water sloping
t 0 .u h * 6*7 bottom at the
outboard end of the proposed groins.
This construction is to be at Ken
wood Beach, Calvert County. Mary
land. located approxicately 6 miles
south of Prince Frederick.
Bids must be accompanied by a cer
tified check or bid bond In the
amount of not less than five (6) per
cent of the amount of the bid.
Plans and specifications may be se
cured from the office of the County
Commissioners of Calvert County.
Court House. Prince Frederick. Mary
land. upon the deposit of ten (10)
dollars which will be refunded to all
actual bidders and those who return
the plans and specifications within
6 days after the opening of bids.
The right is reserved to relect any
and all bids.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
CALVERT COUNTY. MARYLAND
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF
KENWOOD BEACH
*U12,19
ON OB ABOUT AUO. 27. 1954, bid
ding material for Construction (ex
cept Elevators and Dumbwaiters) of
the Hospital Center, D. C.. at the
U. 8. Soldiers Home Grounds. Wash
ington, D. C„ will be available for
distribution to general contractor!
by this office. Applications from
general contractors interested In
bidding on this work, for not to
exceed three sets of drawings and
specifications. should be filed
promptly with this office and the
bidding material will be forwarded
as soon os available. Bids will be
opened on the date named in the
Bidding Forms, which will be about
six weeks after the bidding material
la available for distribution. Bidding
material will be available at Room
No. 1304, Generl Services Building.
19th and F Streets. N.W.. Wash
ington 25, D. C. Phone Executive
3-4900. Extension 2387. P. A.
STROBEL. Commissioner of Public
Buildings Service. General Services
Administration. *u17,18.19
SPECIAL NOTICES '
CONCRETE STEEL WORKERS. Lo
cal Union No. 201, will meet at
1319 N. Capitol st. n.e.. Friday,
Aug. 20, 1964 at 8:30 p.m. for
ratification of wage agreement. AR
THUR J. CRORY. 20*
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for
any debts contracted by any one but
myself. PAUL M. WORLEY. 1119
John Marshall dr- Falls Church. Va.
THE NATIONAL - BANK OF WABH
• INGTO.V.—Shareholders' Meeting -
Notice Is hereby given that, pur
suant to call of Itl directors, a spe
cial meeting of the shareholders of
The National Bank of Washington
will be held at Its banking house at
Seventh Street at Pennsylvania Ave
nue. N W.. in the City of Washing
ton, District of Columbia. On Tuca
day. September 14. 1954. at 12:00
o’clock Noon for the purpose of con
sidering and determining by vote
whether an agreement to consoli
date said Bank and the Hamilton
National Bank of Washington.
Washington. D. C.. under the pro
visions of the laws of the United
States, shall be ratified and con
firmed; and for the purpose of vot
ing upon any other matters Inci
dental to the proposed consolida
tion of the two bonks. A copy of
the aforesaid agreement, executed
bv a majority of the directors of
each of the two banks, providing
for the consolidation, is on file at
the bonk end may be inspected
during business hours. RUTHER
FORD J, DOOLEY. Executive Vice-
President.
HAMILTON' NATIONAL BANK OF
WASHlNGTON.—Shareholders' Meet
ing.—Notice la hereby given that,
pursuant to call of Its directors, a
special meeting of the shareholders
of Hamilton National Bank es Wash
ington will be held at its banking
house at 619 14th Street. N.W- in
the City es Washington. District of
Columbia, on Tuesday. September
14. 1954. at 12:00 o'clock Noon for
the purpose of considering and de
„ termining by vote whether an agree
ment to consolidate said Rank and
The Nstiona) Bank es Washington.
Washington. D. C.. under the pro
visions of the laws of the United
States, shall be ratified and con
firmed: and for the purpose of
voting upon any other matter* inci
dental to the proposed consolidation
jf the two bunko. A copy of the
aforesaid agreement, executed by
a majority of tbs directors of each
of the two bonks, providing for the
consolidation. U on file at the bank
and may bo Inspected during busi
ness hour*. BAR2TUM L. COLTON.
President. np
SPECIAL NOTICES (Cm*.)
WMF****
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BlUy Johnson l„
1, afternoon. Miss Post 139
popularity contest. 21
AUCTION SALK
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deed of trust
nounced at time of sate: th, r>Tr'
».n Prt csSh‘ b A° VpVA % A£h
required. ConveyanetKf recording?
rni**mߣ*srst & O f Ad S :
be complied with within
fei'ted and*' f 2, therw,se deposit for
adv-?r< -5 d Property may bo
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B Ji.i» r i. ue °£ 5 certain deed of trust
PoiL <foo rd . ed ' ln Llb «r Ne. 10007.
I,nd records
?he l rJ?i«t £» of .K Colu> ' b . l *' * nd *t
ther»h» ,Ue »K ‘ h « Party secured
'be undersigned trustee,
of the - at , publlc auction ln front
THIRTItrH DAY OP AUOUBT.
O'CLOCK S< Pw T TOUR-THIRtV
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et *1 subdivlsllon of lots ln Square
•• Mi Pl»t recorded ln the
?®ce of the Surveyor for the DU
folto jog Columbl » In Liber 19 at
Terms: Bold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
n^H^. 1 u at * I, e *l'. 3 2 8 - 7 «i further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of tale: the pur-
above said trust to be
P-*J d . lp . c *»b A deposit of $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording.
•yrchaaar'g cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
twE? bo c .? mp " ed y'th within
ib'rtj d *js. otherwise deposit for-
JSK? * nd **>• Property mey be ad
os the^trustees* old “ dlacr,tlon
THORNTON W. OWEN.
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ROGER W. EIBINGER.
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Also
T sdpsmam.
Refrigerated Bor-Bookcese
ADDING MACmNE -]PILES
CARRIER AIR CONDITIONERS
By Public Auction
at Zerkey Const. Co.’s Yard
Arlington Ridge Road. North,
and 16th Road, Rosslyn
Arlington County. Va.
WEDNESDAY
August 25. 1964 10 A.M.. DST
Quick-Way Model L half-yard crane
(1951). 30-ft. boom with 30-ft. In
sert. powered by International Har
vester gas engine, mounted on Dia
mond T 6x6 truck with front enl
winch; half-yard clam shell bucket:
2 Model WOSI Scootcretes; Terra
tree GT-26 tractor with front
loader: Oardner-Denver air com
pressor; Kerrlek steam cleaner:
Whiteman portable concrete rodder;
Delta bend saw; motor generator:
Master hammer: sump pumps: Wag
ner lmpactor. double bench grinder:
Drlve-It; chain falls; hvdraulle
Jacks; elec, cable: lubricators; Duo-
Therm heaters; suction and dis
charge hose; column clamps; 1.000
ft concrete forms; hand tools: fire
extinguishers; tires, tubes; nails;
lubricants, ete.
Also
Five Carrier console and window-type
air conditioners; modern high-grade
executive and secretarial desks,
leathef sol* and awtvel chairs;
draftsman’s table; modern steel
safe; modern Remington and Royal
typewriters: Monroe calculator;
elec, adding machiine; check-writer;
fireproof (legal) and full suspen
sion files; metal blueprint cabinet;
"SK'SPufDp&r TEUCK,
Terms: Cash PROMPT REMOVAL
"»* * fmV.yii’.w.'"*'—"•
hi
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In liber No. 9676.
Folio 101 et sea., of the land records
of the District of Columlba. and at
the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
wIU sell at pubUc auction In front
of the premises, on TUESDAY TOE
THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF AUGUST.
A.D. 1964, AT TWO-THIRTY O'-
CLOCK PM., the fi)lliiwliiFn*ecrlhi il
land and premises, situate ln the Dis
trict of Columbia and designated as
and being Lot 54 lnPartello'a subdi
vision or lota In Square 2817. as
per plat recorded ln the Office of
the Surveyor for the District of
Columbia ln Liber 66 at folio 29.
Subject to covenants of record.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
in* association) deed of trust for
approximately $5,809.87 and a
prior second deed of trust for ap
proximately *1.071.78 further par
ticulars of which wifi be an
nounced at time of Mle; the pur
chase price above said trust to bo
paid in cosh. A deposit of $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purdiaMr't cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to bo compiled with .within
thirty dafs, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be
advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of the trustees.
THORNTON W. OWEN.
BO BERT W. KID WELL.
*u19.23.26.28.30 Trustee*.
(Continued oa jKsxt Pogo^

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