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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
raroAT, December si, ima
■ Ed Sullivan
NEW YORK. |
Behind the Scenes: Some leg- j
ends, untrue, endure because re
gardless of the old axiom that
truth Is stranger than fiction, j
fiction often is more colorful
than truth.
P. T. Bamum to the end of his
days, feelingly excoriated the
Broadway comic who invented
"There’s a sucker bom every
minute and two to take him.”
and credited it to Bamum. The
great circus showman vainly
pointed out that he’d never said
It, that no showman catering to
the public ever had a contempt
for the public. But the phony
legend persists to this day.
One of the colorful legends of
spores is that in 1913, when
Notre Dame played its first foot
ball game against West Point,
the “unknown” Indiana team
won because the East never had
seen the forward pass employed j
by the Irish.
The phony legend will gain
greater circulation when direc
tor John Ford’s the "Long Gray
Line,” starring Tyrone Power
and Maureen O'Hara, arrives on
the screens of the country in the
greatest story ever told of the
gray-jacketed cadets of West
Point.
** * *
Ford, In his Academy Award
contender, replays that 1913
Army-Irish game at West Point.
Closeups of Sergt. Marty Maher,
played by Tyrone, indicate the
complete shock on the Army
bench when Notre Dame started
throwing the forward passes
that carried them on to a 35-13
win.
“Shure, and ’tis baseball you’re
playing,” Sergt. Maher taunted
the Notre Dame players as they
left the field. The Army coach,
in the dressing room after the
game, tells his dejected West
Pointers that the surprising air
attack of the visitors would teach
the future officers to be pre
pared for equivalent surprises in
tactics on the field of battle.
So the legend obviously feeds
upon itself and grows in the re
telling, despite the fact that
none of these things are true.
** * *
In 1913, two weeks before the
Army-Notre Dame game. Army ;
defeated Colgate with a forward 1
passing attack. In that game,
Army’s great forward passer,
Prichard, threw touchdown j
passes to Merrillat and Jouett. j
So West Point coach Charlie j
Daly, himself a five-time All- j
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CONT. FROM 1:00 P.M.
"GARDEN OF EDEN"
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THE AMERICAN SUNBATHING ASSOCIATION
JMN.DEREK-EUUNE STEWART
I "PARIS NIGHTS"
"FOLLIES REVUE"
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j; Opens Tomorrow One Week J
! Midnight Frolic Tomorrow
rH LAST 4 TIMES W*
' Holiday Mat. Sun. at 3:30\ '»
“Impressive" -Co«. Ron j;
Golden Boy ii
By Clifford Odets
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Opens Jen. 5
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"Tin Mietr" |
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American, first as a player at
Harvard and then at West Point,
obviously was not thunderstruck
by Notre Dame’s passing pffense.
In the second place, Notre
Dame, in 1913, hardly was un-
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Ertr.a n»m»T ff-rrt-rr ♦- “THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA”—Humphrey Bogart as a movie
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Tim* Given la Adi U starting Time “SABRINA”—Audrey Hepburn brightens a slick retelling on an
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Matinee Only. '"The silver chalice" “A STAR IS BORN”—Mammoth musical version with Judy
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6:05. »:30: "Shark River." Steve “THE VANISHING PRARlE”—Another superb nature film by
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wufr,. 4 'MinnS? - *2O pm' d ® Luxe Color. "ADVENTURES OF midnight. Short Subject* at 8:00.
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toon Show. 1:00 P.M. Only. —, u nine Swedish Hit. With MAY BRITT
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“Sabrln*." Humohrey Bogart. 1:00. Open 8:30 P.M. Cont. From 7. Feature at 6:30, 8:15. 10:05 and 12
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ill-.. .Tomorrow, STORY ” Color. 10:00; W. C. ra' .mtTiln P.M
5? e P, 1 ? 1 .. K i ddl S U AM ‘ Bort FIELDS in “THE BANK DICK,” „„y, mHiir ni
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?*" rd^^°-, . nt a , .rS orn ' 1 Wl,de ’ M ‘“- Somethin Doin’- COOPER. ln
L e . en P ■ ■ , and 9:30 P.M. Plus PATRICIA ME
TTVdI I co - 5-VIOO. "Sabrina." DINA in “DRUMS OP TAHITI”
IIYUIsI Humphrey Bogart. Audrey LEE HWY *ARL RLVD (Color), at 8:20 P.M.
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Lous Eernheuner s Thoalers < ln cinemascope and color) ivory joe hunter, the reoals
swmgiHiw » ********* “SITTING BULL and Giant Yuletlde Revue.
THE VILLAGE ?Vt h™ dale robertson. 8:30 LINCOLN ,2,s J row SL-N-W.
' iitltQ AIMVRnnV wnvwiin Door* Open 12:30 P.M.
BOGART and A VA GARDNER In HAO AJNIDUUI In Cinemascope. “SITTING BULL." '
“The Barefoot Contessa SEEN MY GAL” with j. carol naish. dale rob
-4 «1 n DrJ : A£ww^i? 0 . 9451 PIPER LAURIE. 0:30 and 10:20. WivmwkWvgi— Ywl . s . v; w
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AIL. AJ3BUII OE Luo 1 hiLJ-i(J maScope "DESIREE," With MAR-
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HLWI On ture. AUDREY HEP- T*?n UP UYTir MERLE OBERON.
SURN and HUMPHREY BOGART In "Vr. in oo nnnirni T ’<33 Vou St. N.W.
“SABRINA” 5 BOOKEK T Doors op m, 12=30 p.m.
U 8:00. 9:26 Also ROBERT YOUNG and Contessa'” 0 ! f-ROSBY DANNYKAYE Tni ROBE
t ANIS CARTER In “HALF BREED.” In HAVE IS YOURS.” r-T K YE “ nd ROSE
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Ntnrtfi Aun “A STAR IS BORN ** DER K K in '‘ADVENTURES OF
- BUP. A STAR is BORN. HAJJI BABA/* 1 in Cinemaßcopeand Ff— Fmrfctwg
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. ® Ol “THE 1^!?’ B *t 6:30. 1| |PM JU. 0-3322. Biggest Screen
—: 9-50 Plus “JET AIRCRAFT CAR- ALL 1.11 in This Area. JOHN
JESSE LA. 6-3112. Double Feature. RtER.” In Cinemascope and Color. DEREK. “ADVENTURES OF HAJJI
LLOYD BRIDOEB in “PRIDE at 8:00. . ... BABA.” Cinemascope, Color, at 7:10.
OP THE BLUE ORA 88.” In Color, at HAPPY NEW YEAR to ALL. 9:30.
7:10. 9:45. Also JOHNNY SHEFFIELD M mmmgmi HBIUP fU
in ’SAFARI DRUMS.” at 6:00. 8:35, PALMER DRIVE-IN s 111 l Matinee Today. ’’CHAL
, , . A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. LENGE TO LASSIE.” Technicolor.
Saturday. “FIGHTER ATTACK” and at 1 and 3.
"STATIONS WEBT.” Plu* a Walt
Disney Cartoon Festival. _ - —».-■ n
happy new year to all. WuieUad Theaters — to
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Open Today PVIC- ahom and Cinemascope Peaturette. LANT BESS." at 1 and > P M
FORR^r AO TuckKt Rao HIGHLAND “
LOCKWOOD. “TROUBLE IN THE BWIIIiIWS LU, 4-7311
GLEN." Color. Tonight. Gala Mid- HUMPHREY BOGART. AVA CARD- Galft Mldniffht ShOW
night Prevu*. "ADVENTURES OF NER In "THE BAREFOOT CON- VJHia UOUUUgIJ.I. Oliow
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* Ilk. off Ale. Avt. JO. 2-2233 AILAHIIv S) S .E. JO. 3-3000 OARDNER. "THE BAREFOOT
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Cartoon Show. Midnight Show To- CONGRESS 7o 2 *777 Special Matinee. JOHN WAYNE,
night. "PARIS NIGHTS” FOLLIES "1 J" 2’K 777 __ ‘SANDS OF TWO JIMA.” Color, at
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Y«n>m Mh A c Sts. N.E. SIS,a 1 !? “THE FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN.” at
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Matinee at 1 PM. TAY- CORAL w HYATTSVILLE W *'
LOR "THE ROGUE COP ’’’ 2:45, JO. Fie* Piwklnj RRI HR ■« Vtlslsl*
6:05. 9:30: DAN DURYEA. "SKY 3 Academy Award Winners in a- w Matinee Today Open 1P M.
COMMANDO " 1 35. 4:55. 8:15. Half- °™? d New Comedy R UM p « RFY Special Matinee Today, open t r.sa.
Mgar, csrtoon .show.* ”’sabrwaALL-FAMILY SHOW
Tonight. Midnight Show. AdmU- 6:50. 9:20. D H«DD”
slon. 50c: “POLLIES REVUE.” | S|»n laurel, Md. 7VI 930 Pin.' Big Cart«K»n
11:25: “EVERYBODY’S OIRL.” LAUHLL Porkway 3-2113 «Tow 7 S °’ 83 ’ cartoon
12:08. Adults Only. Cinemascope. JOHN DEREK, ELAINE vivamss WA. 7-8899. Biggest
■ - . •> STEWART In "THE ADVENTURES KAYWOOD in Tkl. iria
OP HAJJI BABA.” Technicolor, at aagaa vrwvw screen in This Area.
—— 6:10, 7:66, 9:40. HUMPHREY 800 ART, AVA
CARVER 1405 NkhoU Av *’ Sl ’ rkDlTfll Copitol Heights, Md. OARDNER.
M»t"eeTcrciock iu bo- . “The Barefoot Contessa”
GART JOeF C ireßß*S Dl^TS ,r CAINE 2SSl§v? P moi^E Y BA- Technicolor, at 7, 0:30.
MUTINY.” CARLTON HESTON. LIZ- CALL ln ‘HOW TOMARRY A MIL- -
BETH SCOTT. "BAD FOR EACH OTHER ” tIONAmE "’ at Sift. Special Matinee Toder ROY
nnriT Fairfax, Vo. CR. 12999 8:00. 9:45. ROGERB. “UNDER CALIFORNIA
f Aim A A ■ Porkina SKIES.” at 1 and 3. Free Candy
SITTTNO BULL." In Cinemascope! DALE p* 533 * - " - * - for First 100 Children.
CIRCLE \ a t W JtmSSiEi TIERS MILLSaSE. 7 %rnSl
ANN BLYTH, EDMUND PURDOM. JOHN V' w., 1 ’-jT & * A '” Cl “* ,n “’
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JOAN OREENWOOO. NIGEL PATRICK. cSor MB ’’
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“YOUNG WIVES’ TALE” WILSON
Feature at 6:26. 8:15. 10:00. FREE Judy Garland. James Mason. “A BITTI 1723 K,n * »»• . *'• *-3443
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RANDOLPH SCOTT Humphrey Bogart. Audrey Hepburn. ag> H nMpH I »CY BOCDijIT OARD
“BOUNTY HUNTER” wimam BooAjrr.
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•at. Sun., Mon. ALAN LAUD. STAR INBORN Cteemageone and Colm. "A WOM
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CREEHBCLT „ £2i's* ] SS SnSURCTM
ui MB/jfc-iwjjga I isnttwfe-ar" Svm
known as a football power. In
1909, Notre Dame had beaten
Yost’s mighty Michigan team
and had been named Western
champion by the Chicago Trib
une. In 1912, the Spalding foot
ball book rated Notre Dame equal
to Wisconsin, Big Ten cham
pions.
From 1889 to 1913. the Irish
had racked up eight undefeated,
untied seasons. In 1903, Notre
Dame went through an eight
game schedule without having a
single point scored against them.
By 1913, when they came East
to play Army, the Notre Dame
all-time record was 115 wins, 31
defeats and 13 ties.
West Point, before the Notre
Dame game, had scouted the
Irish in a 62-0 win over Alma
College. The scout who watched
Notre Dame was Army Capt. Tom
Hammond.
*• * •
Notre Dame’s 1913 coach, Jesse
j Harper, was hardly unknown.
; either. He had been second string
quarterback to U. of Chicago’s
; all-time football great. Walter
Eckersall. Small wonder that
Notre Dame’s 1913 quarterback,
Gus Dora is, was a polished per
former. Some of Harper’s bril
| liance had rubbed off on Dorais.
The legend suggests that Notre
Dame’s only passing attack was
Dorais to Rockne. The record of
the 1913 game shows that short
passes over the Army line to
Irish halfback Joe Pliska were
equally destructive. Army players
in that 1913 game say that what
actually beat them were the fero
cious line plunges by Notre Dame
fullback Eichenlaub. He scored
two touchdowns, Pliska scored
two. Rockne scored one and
Dorais made good on each of the
five points after touchdown. The
only surprise to the East was the
length of Dorais’ passes. The East
never had seen a quarterback
throw a ball 40 yards to a re
ceiver.
Miniature Fuse
ELGIN, 111.—A thimble-size
rocket fuse developed by an El
gin firm for the armed forces is
described as being about one
tenth the size of fuses that were
considered marvelously small 10
years ago.
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other than myself. WOODROW K.
CLAYTON. 5728 N. Fairfax dr.. Arl..
Va. 4*
I WILL NOT be responsible for any
debts contracted by any one other
than myself. PATRICK J. FEALY.
2013 Oglethorpe st.. Hyatts.. Md.
2*
OFFICE OF THE FIREMEN’S IN
SURANCE COMPANY OF WASH
INGTON AND GEORGETOWN, 303
Beventh Street N.W.. Washington.
D C. The Stockholders of the
Firemen's insurance Company pf
Washington and Georgetown will
meet at the ofllc* of the Company
Monday. January 3. 1955. for th*
purpose of electing thirteen direc
tors for the ensuing year. Poll#
NOTICE—The annuel meeting of the
stockholders of the Second National
Bank of Washington. Washington.
D. C., for the election es directors
for the ensuing year, and for the
transection of such other business
as may be properly brought before
the meeting, will be held at th*
bank. 1333 O st. n.w. Washington.
D. C.. at 12 o’clock noon, on Tues
day. January 11. 1955 The polls
will be open between the hours of
12 o'clock noon and 1 O’clock pm.
JOHN A REILLY. President
IN ACCORDANCE WITH the provi
sion of law. there being due and
unpaid charges for which the un
dersigned. Vet Vans of Virginia.
Inc., Is entitled to a lien as
Warehouseman, on the goods here
inafter described, and due notice
having been given all parties known
to claim an interest therein, and
the time specified In such notice for
payment of such charges having
expired, they will he sold at pub
lic auction at the auction rooms,
located at Adam A. Weschler a*
Son. Auctioneers, 905 E Street N.W.,
Washington. D. C., on Friday, Jan
uary 14. 1956 the following prop
erty: Household goods and effects
of the following: Mr. Robert Keat
ing. Mrs. W. A. Anderson, Mr. E.
Augsburger. Mr. W. E. Birming
ham. Morris C. Clark. Mrs. J. L.
Cook. Mr. Arthur B. Dahlstrom.
Mrs. Prances King, Eula B. Landy
more. Mr. F. M. Llndemann. Mr.
Harold Marker. Mr. James F. Mou
lted. Dr. James C. Pinney. Mr.
Robert H. Simmons. G. C. Tileston,
Tillman Transfer and Storage. Ac
count Mr. George Armstrong. Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Feather; all being
stored with said Company In Its
Warehouses and all to be more spe
cMcally announced and described
at the time of said sale. Goods will
be on exhibition and may be seen
at the place of sale. Adam A.
Weschler Sc Son Auctioneers. 905
E Street N.W., Washington. D. C.
on the da; preceding the sale.
Should it be impossible to dispose
of all of these goods on Friday.
January 14. 1955. the sale will be
continued on such succeeding days
thereafter as may be necessary to
complete sale. VET VANS OP VIR
GINIA, INC., 2665 South Seminary
Road. Arlington, Va. ALFRED E.
CROWE. President.
- PERSONAL
VACANCY, elderly person, 24-hr.
care. Ist floor; reas. rates. HILLAN
DAL* REBT HOME, HE. 4-5151. —6
WHITE CHILDREN given excellent
day care. Licensed home. Good ref.
TU. 2-2066. •
CAPITOL HILL—4 or 5 retired
oldsters: lovely quarters, pvt. bath:
nursing care end meals. LI. 4-5710.
—I
CHEVY SCHOOL NURSERY, through
6th grade. Transp. and resident
apt. OL. 2-9873. —4
BOOKS wanted to buy. Book bargains
Sat., and Bun.. 10-0. 3205 K. foot
Wis. ave. WO. 6-4827 —6
FORMS 57. U. S. lob applications
prepared end typed. Personnel coun
seling. EXCH. SERV. CO.. 1740 K st.
n,w , Room 48. ST. 3-6186. 2*
MIMEOGRAPHING, 600 copies, $3.25.
incl. typ. of sten. EXCH. SERV. CO.,
1740 K st. n.w.. Rm. 48. ST. 3-6180.
2*
VACANCY IN NURSING HOME for
elderly persons; 24-hour nursing
care: licensed by State end county.
JU. 9-6040.
FREE TUITION and all day care of
child in return for driving school
car; 3:30 to 5:15. P. O. Box 4026,
D. C.
PERMANENT. 35: shampoo and finger
wave. 75c. WARFLYNN BEAUTY
COLLEGE, 1210 G st. n.w.
PORTRAITS IN OIL
Or colorful pastels, by European ar
tlst. KUND HOUOART, JA. 5-1687.
AUCTION SALES
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY ROW BRICK DWELLING
BEING KNOWN A8 PREMISES
NUMBER 900 V 4 EYE STREET,
SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 9842.
Folio 136 et seq., of the lend re
cords of the District of Columbia,
end et the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, et public auction
In front of the premises, on WED
NEBDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OP
JANUARV, A.D. 1955. AT THREE
O'CLOCK P.M.; the followlng
desiribed land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being part of
Original Lot 5 In Square 960 being
more particularly described by metes
and bounds in said deed of trust.
Now known for purposes of assess
ment and taxation as Lot 803 in
Square 950.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately $2,613.41 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 $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchaser’i 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
advertised end resold at the dis
cretion not the trustees.
SSSMi.. TAMB ! Ao “'
de.3l -1*4.6.8.11 Trustees.
THOsTj. OWEN A SON, Awetleneer*.
111! E St. N.W.
Trustees* Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY BRICK DWKOJNG BEINO
KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBER
306 BRYANT STREET, NORTH
EAST.
By virtue of a certain deed es trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 9336.
Polio 244 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, et public autlon to front
of the premises, on WEDNESDAY
THE TWELFTH DAY OF JANUARY
A.D. 1955. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.,
the following-described lend end
premises, situate to the District of
Columbia, and designated as and
being Lot 63 to Reed’s subdivision
of lots in Block 6, “Metropolis
View,” now known as “Edgewood.'
as per plat recorded to the Office of
tbe Surveyor for the District of
Columbia to Liber 75 et folio 40,
Now known for purposes of assess
ment and taxation aa Square 3555.
Term*: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $6,632.05
further particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale: the pur
chase price above said trust to be
paid to 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 th* property may be
advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of th* trustees.
CHARLES E. MITCHELL.
THOMAS W. HUNT.
de31,1*4.6.8,1l Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A »«11, AeetleeeeS.
1111 E IL N.W.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY BRICK DWBJJNO KNOWN
AS PREMISES 1701 l Oth ST. N.W.
By virtue of a eertaln deed of trust
duly recorded, to Liber No. 9658,
Poll* 389. et see , of the lend
records of the District of Columbia,
and at the requeet of the party se
cured thereby, the underelgned trus
tees will tell, at public auction to
front of the premia**, on FRIDAY.
THE SEVENTH DAY OF
A.D. 1965. AT TWO FORTY-FIVE
O’CLOCK P.M., tbe followtoa
described land and preaaiees. situate
in the District of Columbia, end
designated as and being Lot num
bered on* hundred twenty-eight
028) to Lemar's subdivision to
Square numbered three hundred
sixty-three <363> n* per Ptot rec
orded in the Office of th* Surveyor
for the District of Columbia to Liber
1 5 at folio 185. _ •
Terms: Sold eubioct to a wbw (build
tog association) deed of trust for
approximately $4. i 39 7!* turthei
particulars es which will be an
no meed et time of ante; the pur
chase price shove sold trust to be
paid to cash. A deposit of $500.00
cash or certified check required.
Conveyancing, recording, etc., at
purchaser’s cost. Adjustment* made
os of date of sale. Terms te be
complied with within 30 daye. oOmn
wise deposit forfeited and . th*
property may be advertised ead re
“ tiunT HOlAttS.*
de24.28/^flL0 8 - P “ W Truate«.
Tt Place a
STAR CLASSIFIED AD
Coll
STerling 3-5000
Closing Hours:
SUNDAY EDITION, 10 PAL FRIDAY
MONDAY EDITION, t PAL SUNDAY
TUES. to FRI., 9 PAH. DAY IEFORE
SATURDAY EDITION, 10 PAL FRI.
AUCTION SALES (Cent.)
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. AecUeoeers.
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY ROW BRICK DWELLING
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 1354 CONSTITUTION
AVENUE (FORMERLY B ST.)
NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
duly recorded, in Liber No. 8386.
Polio 49. et seq.. of the land
records of the District of Columbia,
and ab the request of the party
securetf thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, et public auction
in front of the premises, on MON
DAY. THE TENTH DAY OP JANU
ARY. A.D. 1965. AT THREE
O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-de
scribed lend end premise*, situate to
the District of Columbia, and desig
nated as end being part of Original
Lot 7 in Square 1033: being more
particularly described by metes end
bounds to aeld deed of trust. Now
known for purposes of assessment
and taxation as Lot 833 to Square
1033.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
(building association) deed ot trust
for approximately $2,029.53 further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of eel*; the pur
chase price above said trust to be
paid in cash. A deposit ol $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., et purchaser’s cost. Adjust
ment* made as of date of aal*.
Terms to be complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be ad
vertised and resola at the discretion
of the trustees.
8. 8. FREEDMAN.
R. H. LECRAW.
dc28,31-1a3.5.8 Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. AneUeneers,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale ot Valuable TWO
STORY END OP ROW BRICK
DWELLING BEING KNOWN A8
PREMIBES NUMBER 1900 SECOND
STREET. NORTHEAST.
By virtue of ■ certain deed of trust
duly recorded, to Liber No. 9721,
Folio 368 et seq.. of tils lend
records of the District ot Columbia,
and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
to front of the premises, on FRI
DAY. THE SEVENTH DAY OP JAN
UARY, A.D. 1955, AT THREE
FIFTEEN O’CLOCK P.M., the follow
ing-described lend and premises,
situate to th* District of Colombia,
and designated as and being Lot
108 to Lane's Subdivision of lots
in McLaughlin’s Subdivision of pert
of a tract of land called "Prospect,”
as per plat recorded in tbe Office ot
the Surveyor for the District of
Columbia to Liber 43 et folio 47.
Now known for purposes of assess
ment and taxation as Lot 108 to
Square 3531.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $8,495.42
further particulars of which will be
announced at time ot sale: the pur
chase price above said trust to be
paid to cash. A deposit of $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at nurchaser’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 end resold et the discre
tion of the trustees.
JOSEPH O. WEEDA.
ROBERT W. KID WELL.
d*24,28.31-1*3,6 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Aaetieaeers,
1111 E St. N.W
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY ROW BRICK DWELLING,
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISEB
NUMBER 1233 SIXTH AND ONE
HALF PLACE. NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9209,
Folio 485 et seq., of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at
the requeet of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at puollc auction, to front
of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE
SEVENTH DAY OF JANUARY. A.D.
1955 AT TWO-THIRTY O’CLOCK
P M., the following-described land
and premises, situate In the Dis
trict of Columbia, and designated
as and being the North one-half of
Lot 46 to the subdivision made by
Shreve et al. of Square 448. as per
plat recorded In the Office of the
Surveyor for the District of Colum
bia in Liber N. K. at folio 275. Now
known for purposes of assessment
and taxation as Lot 858 In Square
448.
TERMB OP SALE. ALL CASH. A de
posit of $500.(1') will be required at
time of sale. Adjustments made as
of date of sale. All conveyancing,
lecordlng. revenue stamps, etc- at
coat o( purchaser. Terms of sale to
be compiled with within thirty days
from dev of sale, otherwise the
trustee* reserve the 'ight to resell
the property et the risk and cost of
defaulting purchaser, after five days’
advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper published to Wash
ington. D. C.
HOWARD BERNSTEIN.
J. J. KELLIHER.
de24.28.31-Ja.'l.ti trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable THREE
STORY AND BASEMENT ROW
BRICK DWELLINO BEING KNOWN
AS PREMIBES NUMBER 103 C
STREET. SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No 9965.
Folio 141 et seq- of the land
records of the District of Columbia,
end et the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, et public auction
to front of the premises, on MON
DAY THE THIRD DAY OF JAN
UARY, A.D. 1966, AT FOUR
O'CLOCK P.M.. the following
described lend and premises, situate
In the District of Columbia, and
designated as end being Dart of Lot
16 in Moses Kelly and Alexander R.
Shephard’s subdivision of lots In
Square 733. as per plat recorded in
the Office of the Surveyor for the
District of Columbia in Liber R. W.
at folio 73; being now known for
purposes of assessment and taxa
tion as Lot 839 In Square 733.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
approximately $7,744.13 further
particulars of which will be an
nounced et time of sale: th* 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 compiled with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited end the property may be ad
vertised and resold at the discre
tion of the trustees
HARRY A. FINNEY.
_ _ _ VIVIAN O. HILL.
de21.23.27.29.31 Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER A BON.
Anetlaneers-Aopralsert.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
THREE-STORY CORNER BRICK
STORE AND DWELLING NO. 1017
M STREET. N.W.
By virtue of an Order of the United
States District Court for tbe Dis
trict of Columbia Re Civil Action
No. 1935-54. the undersigned trus
tee will offer for sale by public
auction, in front of the premises,
on MONDAY. THE TWENTY
POURTH DAY OP JANUARY. 1956,
AT TWO O’CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing-described lend end premises,
•ltuete to th* District of ColumDle,
to-wit: Lot 68 to Lens S. end
Aaron Baldwin's Subdivision of Lot
8 In Davidson's heirs Subdivision of
Square 340 ea per plat recorded
In Subdivision Book J. H K. at
page 71, to the Office of the Sur
veyor of th* District of Columbia,
with Improvements thereon known
end described as premises No.
1017 M Street. N.W., Washington.
D. C.
TERMS OP BALE: All Cash. A de
posit of SI.OOO 00 required of pur
chaser et time of sale. All con
veyancing. reoerdtog. revenue
•tamp* end notarial fees et cost
of purchaser. Terms of sale to be
compiled with within thirty days
from day of sale, otherwise trus
tee reserves the right to resell the
property et the risk and cost of
the defaulting purchaser, after five
days advertisement of such resale
in some newspaper published to th*
City of Washington. D. C.
KARL KINDLEBEROER. Trustee.
Tower Building de24.31-ie7.14
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Aaetieaeers.
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustee# B*l* of Valuable UNIM
#^« tnE NO^ H E OT OP MANNU, °
By virtu* of a certain deed of tract
duly recorded, to Liber No. 8271.
Folio 381 et seq- of the land records
of th* District of Columbia, and at
th* request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustee
will sell, at public auction, to front
of th* pro ml set, on TUEBDAT. THE
FOURTH DAY OP JANUARY. A.D.
1965. AT ONE O’CLOCK TJi.. th*
following-described land and prem
ises. situate in th* District of
Columbia, and designated aa and
being Lot 2$ to the PotomM Height*
Land Company subdivision In Square
1452. “Potomac Heights." as per
Slat recorded in the Office of the
urveyor for the District of Colum
bia in Liber 40 at folio 97. Bubj*et
to building restriction line, cov
enant* and right of way of rocord.
TERMS OP SALE: ALL CASH. A de
posit of *500.00 will be required at
tine of sal*. Adjustment* made as
of date of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, revenue stamps, etc- et
cost of purchaser. Terns of sale to
bo compiled with within thirty days
from day es aal*. otherwise the
trustee reserves tbe right te resell
the Drooerty et the risk end cost of
Sfeulting purchaser, after five days’
advertisement of such resole to
mum newspaper published in Wash-
D C 0«0~_» BSLT.
de23.24.27,31-I*3
AUCTION SALES
KOI J. OWEN A BON. AacHenesi*.
nil E 81. N.W.
Trustees’ Sal* of Valuable TWO
STORY AND BASEMENT DE
TACHED BRICK APARTMENT
BUILDING CONTAINING 12 UNITS
PLUS JANITOR'B APARTMENT
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 2524 SEVENTEENTH
STREET. NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9839.
Folio 451 et seq.. of th* land record*
ot the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, et public auction to front
of premises, on FRIDAY THE
BEVENTH DAY OP JANUARY. A.D.
1955 AT 4:30 O’CLOCK PM- th*
following-described lend and prem
ises. stituato to the District of
Columbia and designated as and
beinc Lot 18 in Block 14 in Hall
and Elvan’s subdivision of "Meridian
Hill” as shown on plat attached
to deed recorded among the Land
Records of the District of Columbia
in Liber E. C E 24 at folio 499
and on plats recorded In the Office
of the Surveyor for the District of
Columbia to Liber Levy Court 2 at
folio 58 and in Liber Governor
Shepherd at folios 62 and 63: said
Block 14 now known for purposes
of assessment and taxation aa
Square 2365.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $25.-
368.13 and prior second deed ot
trust for approximately $48,885.34
further particulars of which will be
announced et time ot sale; the pur
chase price above said trust to be
paid to cash. A deposit of $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc- at purchaser's cost. Adjust
ments made as of date ot sal*. Term*
to be complied with within thirty
day*, otherwise deposit forfeited end
the property may be advertised and
resold at th* discretion es th* true*
*' E. SPENCER FITZGERALD
PRANK PARONI
d«27,29.31,ja.3.6 Trustee*
fsos. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers.
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable BRICK
DWELLINO BEING KNOWN AS
PREMIBEB NUMBER 1008 VER
MONT AVENUE. NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, to Liber No. 10180.
Folio 65 et seq- of the land records
ot the District ot Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured
thereoy, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at puoltc auction to front
of tne premises, on WEDNESDAY
THE FIFTH DAY OF JANUARY
A.D 1956 AT THREE O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following-described land
and premises, situate to the District
of Columbia, and designated as and
being part of Original Lot 1 to
Square 277. known aa Lot A on
Auditor’s plat number three filed to
Equity Cause number 19.190. Oeorge
H. Heltmuller. et el. versus Henry
r Anton Heltmuller. et al; being
more particularly described by metes
and bounds in said deed of trust.
Now known for purposes of as
sessment and taxation as Lot 811
in Square 277.
Terms: Bald subject to e prior deed
of trust for approximately $0,380.79
further particulars of which will be
announced et 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 compiled with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited end the property may be ad
vertised and resold at tbe discretion
of the trustees.
LEE O. TROUT.
* IRVIN C. BRENEMAN.
de22.24.28.31-I*4 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers.
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable TWO
?TORY DETACHED BRICK DWELL
NO BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 124 FOURTH STREET.
NORTHEABT
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9433,
Folio 429 et seq.. of the lend rec
ords of the District of Columbia,
and et the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
In front of the premises, on WED
NESDAY THE FIFTH DAY OF
JANUARY. AD. 1966, AT THREE
THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M- the fol
lowing-described land and premises,
situate to the District of Columbia,
and designated as and being Part
of Original Lot 16 In Square 785
being more particularly described
by metes and bounds to said deed
of trust. Now known for purposes
of Assessment and Taxation as Lot
826 In Square 785.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately $5,146.79 fur
ther particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale; th*
Rurchese price above aeld trust
i be oatd In cash. A deposit of
$500.00 required. Conveyancing, re
cording. etc., et purchaser’* cost
Adjustments made a* of date of
sale. Terms to be compiled with
within thirty days, otherwise de
posit forfeited and the property
may be advertised end retold at tha
discretion of th* trustee*.,
SAM WABSERMAN,
ALLEN LANG.
de22.24,28,31-Ja4 ' ' Tmsteee.
THOS. J. OWEN^A^BON.^Aaetteaeer*.
Trustee*’ Sale of Valuable TWO
-BTORY ROW BRICK DWEUJNO
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 618 MADISON STREET.
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed es trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 9905.
Folio 514 et tea., of th* lend rec
ords of the District of Columbia, end
at th* request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, et public auction in front
of the premises, on WEDNESDAY
THE FIFTH DAY OF JANUARY
A.D. 1955; AT TWO O'CLOCK P.M..
the following-described lend end
premises, situate to the District of
Columbi*. and designated ** and
being Lot 81 in Souere 3200 In the
(subdivision made by Rutty of Mari
etta Park, as per plat recorded in
the Office of the Surveyor for the
District of Columbia to Liber 83 at
folio 16. Sublect to building re
striction line end covenants es
record.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
pproximately $8,444.66 further
particulars es which will be an
nounced et time of sale; the pur
chase price above seld trust to be
paid n cash. A deposit of $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., et purchaser's cost. Adlust
ments made as of dete of sale.
Terms to be compiled with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited end the property mey be ad
vertised end resold at the discretion
of the trustees.
HARRY ATKIN.
MAURICE FTTZGAN.
dc22,24.28.31-J*4 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Aaetieaeers,
1111 E St. N.W.
•frusteM’ Sale cf Valuable TWO
STORY AND BASEMENT ROW
BRICK DWELLINO BEING KNOWN
AS PREMISES NUMBER 61 QUINCY
PLACE. NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated July 19. 1954. being Instru
ment number 25017. recorded July
29, 1954 emong 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 es th*
premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE
FIFTH DAY OP JANUARY. A.D.
1955, AT TWO-THIRTY O’CLOCK
P.M- the following-described lend
and premises, situate to the District
of Columbia, end designated as end
being Lot 80 to the American
Security and Trust Company's sub
division of lot* to Sauer* 3. “West
Ecklnqton.” as per plat recorded to
the office of the Surveyor for the
District ot Columbia In Liber County
9 st folio 133. Now known for
purposes of assessment end taxation
as Lot 80 in Square 3520.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
approximately $6,117.64 further
particulari of which will be an
nounced at time es eele: the pur
chase price above seld trust to be
paid In cash. A deposit of $500.00
required Conveyancing, recording,
etc., et purchaser's cost. Adjust
ments made as of dete of sale.
Terms to be compiled with within
thirty days, otherwise depoeit for
feited end the property may be
advertised and resold at the discre
tion of the trustees.
HAROLD O EATON.
EVERETT A. PERKINS.
(1*22.24,28.31-I*4 Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON. Aaetloseers.
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustee’* Sale of Valuable ONE
STORY DETACHED BRICK DWELL
ING KNOWN AS PREMISES NUM
BER 2107 “8“ STREET N.E.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, to Liber No. 8344.
Polio 11A et seq- of th* land records
of the District of Columbia, end at
the request of th* party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will eell. et public suction In front
of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE
SEVENTH DAY OP JANUARY. A.D.
1964. AT THREE-THIRTY O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following-described land
and premises, situate to the District
of Columbia, and designated a* and
being Let 114 in Square 4410 In
the subdivielon es let* made by Jay
H. German and Wayne O. Osman,
as per plat recorded to tbe Office of
the Surveyor for the District of
Columbia in Liber 94 et folio 2:
subject to building restriction line*
a* shown on said plat, and subject
to covenants of record.
Terns: Sold subject to n prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
approximately $4,644.71 further
particulars es which will be an
nounced st time of tote: the pur
chase price above said trust to bo
paid in cash. A deposit of $600.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc- at purchaser's cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sal*.
Terms to bo eoapUod with within
thirty day*, otherwise deposit for
feited and tbe property may be ad
vertised and resold st the discretion
of tht traitOf.
GREGORY fIKARUPA.
Surviving Trustee.
de24.28.31-1*3.6
AUCTION ULP
twos. J. OWEN * SON. Anew—eeo.
lilt I St. N.W.
NORTHEAST.
By virtu* of a certain dead at trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. W4K
Folio 297 *t seq- of the lend
records of the District of Columbia,
end et the request es the party
secured thereby, the Bndtrslened
trustees will sell, at public auction
WEDNESDAY, 1 THE* T^SSjSwDA?
Wy u m "sPßriz:
lowinc-descrlbed lend end premises,
situate in th* District es Ceiumbin,
and designated as and being Let
numbered Eighty-eight (88) In
Charles Oes*ford's subdivision of *
tots to Square numbered Nine Hun
dred end Eighty-seven (987). ns
per plat recorded to the Office of
the Surveyor for the District et
Columbia to Liber 18 et folio 107.
Term*: Sold subject t* a prior (build
ins association) deed of trust for
approximately $3,761.75 further
particulars of whieh will be an
nounced et time of sale: th* rur
chase price above seld trust to be
paid in cash. A deposit es $600.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc- et purchaser's cost. Adjust
ments made egos dete es gale.
Terms to be complied with within
30 days, otherwise deposit forfetted
and the property may be advertised
end resold at the discretion es th*
trustees.
PRANK PARONI.
E. SPENCER FITZGERALD.
SAUL M. SCHWARTZBAC& *
Woodward Building.
Attorney for Noteholder.
d*3l -1*4.6.8,11 .
ADAM A. WEBCNLEB A UN. ft
Aaetieaeers-Appraiser* 1
TRUSTEES' SALS OP TWO-ffTORY
BRICK DWELLINO NO. 5338
AMES STREET N.E.
By virtue of a deed of trust recorded
in Über No. 8943. folio 276 et aeq..
one ot the lend records es th* Dis
trict of Columbia, and at th* re
quest of party secured thereby, the
undersiened trustees will offer far
sale by public to front of
premises on TUESDAY. THE ELEV
ENTH DAY OP JANUARY. 1966. AT
FOUR O CLOCK P.M.. the followlnt
desertbed property to the District el
Columbia, to wit: Lot 78 to Square
5242 to the subdivision made by .
Capital View Realty Company of n
part ot a tract of lend ceiled "Con
clusion” as per plat recorded In th*
Office of the Surveyor for the District
of Columbia tn Liber 78 at folio 5.
subject to butldtni restriction line
as shown on said plat.
TERMS OP SALE: Property will b*
sold subject to a prior deed ot trust
for approximately $5,500.00 at l> r i
with 5 unpaid monthly installment*
es $45.00 each. Balance cash. A
deposit of $1,000.00 required or
purchaser et sal*. Examination of
title, conveyancing, recording, reve
nue stamp* end notarial lees at
cost of purchaser. Terms to be
complied with within 16 days from
day of aal*. otherwise trustees
reserve the right to resell property
et risk sad coat es defaulting pur
chaser. after 6 days advertisement
es such resale in some newspaper
published to Washington. D. C- or
deposit mey be forfeited, or with
out forfeiting deposit trustees may
eevil themselves of any legal er
equitable right* against defaulting
purchaser.
CHARLES A. YATES.
OEORGE B. PARKS.
dc3l-Ja3.5.7,10 Trust***.
Tfiol. J. OWEN A SON. Aactleaoeiis
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustee# Sal* of Valuable ROW
BRICK DWELLING BEING KNOWN
AS PREMISES NUMBER 227 ASCOT
PLACE. NORTHEAST.
By virtue of n certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9734.
Polio 172 et aeq- of the lend record*
of the District of Columbia, end et
the request of tho party secured
thereby, th* undersigned trustee*
will tell, et public auction to front
of th* premlea*. on WEDNESDAY
THE TWELFTH DAY OP JANUARY
A.D. 19567 AT THREE-THIRTY
O'CLOCK P.M.. th* following-de
scribed lend end premises, situate
In the Dtetrlet of Columbia, end
designated as end being Let 67 in
Square 3557 In Jamet D. Hobbs'
subdivision of lota In Block 2.
“Edeewood.” ea per plat recorded
to the Office of th* Surveyor for th*
Dlitrict es Columbia in Liber 64 at
folio 49. Subject to covenant* and
agreements of record.
Term*: sold aubject to a prior deed
of truat for approximately $7.000.0n
further particular* of which will bo
announced at time of aal*; th* pur
cheae price above eetd trust te bo
paid in cash. A deposit or $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., et purchaser* ooat. Adjust
ments mad* as of dot* of tale.
Terms to be eomplted with within
thirty deyi, otherwie* deposit fec
lelted end the property may be
advertised and resold at the 41*-
fuSl. J OWIN A do*. AeetleaeerZ
1111 B 8k N.W.
By virtu* of a Dead of Trugt recorded
to Liber No, 9764. ot lolio 313 of
theh Lend Record* of the District
of Columbia, w* shell eell to front es
the premise* on WEDNESDAY. THE
TWML.TH DAY OP JANUARY, A.D..
1956 AT TWO-THIRTY O CLOCK.
P.M. Lot* numbered On* Hundred
end Fifty-nine (169) to One Hun
dred and Sixty-one (161) Inclusive
in Case B. Rafter end Prank S.
Smith's subdivision of lots in Sauer*
numbered Five Hundred end Plfty
flv* (656), es per plot recorded in
the Office of the Surveyor for the
District of Columbia In Liber 76 al
folio 145.
TERMS OP BALE: All cash. De
posit of $1.(H)0.00 required et time
of sale. Terms of salt to be compiled
with within thirty days from date
of sale, otherwise tbs trustees re
serve the right to resell th* property
et the risk and cost of th* default
toe purchaser, after five days ad
vertisement of such resale In some
newspaper published in the Dlstrlcl
es Columbia, or deposit mey br for
feited. or without forfeiting drposlt.
trustees , may avail themselves of
any legal or equitable rights against
defaulting purchaser. Further par
ticulars at time of sal*. Adjustment
of. Real Estate taxes to date es sale.
All conveyancing, recording and
revenue stamps, ’etc- at cost ol
purchaser.
r C CROSE£L. J * '
de3l-j*4,6.8,11. Trustee*.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEO A. ROVER.
United State* Attorney far the
Dtetrlet es Celnmbi*.
U. 8. Coart Beat*.
ORDER OP PUBLICATION. UN
KNOWN DEPENDANTS AND AB
BOTT DEPENDANTS.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbi*
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA.
Plaintiff V. UNKNOWN HEIRS AT
LAW AND NEXT OP KIN es: Jo
seph Owen Dennison, deceased,
a/k/s Joseph O. Dennison. LORIN
C NELSON. Administrator. MORRIS
DOBSCHULTZ. LIBBY DOB
SCHULTZ. DORIS CHURCHILL
GRAY. Defendants.—Civil Action
No. 4236-64.—The object of this
suit Is to obtsln an order of Court
declaring that Joseph Owen Den
nison. e/k/a Joseph O Den
nison. died to estate seised In
fee simple of two certain pieces
or parcels of real estate In the Dis
trict of Columbia, witbout any belr
capable of inheriting, and further
declaring the United State* of
America to be the eecheatee of Lot
22 In Square 6162 tn Charles G.
Taylor's subdivision, known as First
Addition to Washington Highlands,
District of Columbia, and Lot 35 in
Square 6116 to Cbarles G Taylor'*
subdivision known a* First Addition
to Washington Highlands. District
of Columbia, and to forever erjc’n
and bar defendant*. Morris Dob
schultz. Libby Dobscbulte. and Don*
Churchill Orey. end each of them
from claiming any interest er estate
to said real estate. On motion of
the plaintiff. It !e this 19th day of
November. 1954. ordered that th*
defendant*, unknown heir* at lew
end next of kin of Joseph Owen
Dennison, deceased *Uo known es
Joseph O Dennison, cause their ap
pearance to be entered herein on or
before the Bret rule day occurring
three month* after the first pub
lication of thia order otherwise th*
cans* wlli be proceeded with os to
ease es default. PROVIDED, a copy
of this order be published, twice a
month for three months in the
Washington Law Reporter and The
Evening Star Newspaper before eetd
day. end It to FURTHER ORDERED
that the defendants. Morris Dob
schulta. Libby Dobschuit*. and Doris
Churchill Orey. cause their appear
ance to bo entered herein on or
before the fortieth day, exclusive es
Sunday* and 'esel holidays, occurr
ing after the day of the first pub
lication of this order; etnerwto* th*
cause will be procoeded jrtQi **Jn
case of default. PROVIDED, a dopy
of thto order bo published one* a
week lor three sur.ee*)vo wish* In
the Washington Law Reporter, and
J.’&rhKm.fii W2* SSI
, (Continued an neat psqp)
' Day After Day
Tha Star
Is tha
Dominant
Classified
Advertising
Medium in
Washington

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