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Coat Price
Equally Good Selection At Both
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$ 36
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wool blends, alpaca and fashion's favorite plush. Milium and
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peacock, oxford, pink, blue, coral, aqua.
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j Forman Estate Value
Put at $1,448,000 in
Will Up lor Probate
Alexander Forman, former
wholesale liquor distributor here,
left an estate valued at more
than $1,448,000.
This was showA yesterday in
a petition for probate of his
will, filed in the Register of Wills
office in the U. S. District Court
for the District of Columbia. The
petition listed debts of about
$490,000. including money on
notes secured by deeds of trust.
Mr. Forman died on January
27 at his home. 2801 Quebec
street N.W. He was 61. He had
long been a leader In the Israel
bond drive.
Under terms of his will, his
widow, Mrs. Ida Forman, is to
receive real estate valued at
$300,000. After the bequest to
the widow and several other spe
! cial bequests are taken care of.
the residuary estate is to be
divided among his three daugh
ters and three sons. They are:
Mrs. Sarah Feldman, 3931 Le
gation street N.W.: Mrs. Ethel
F. Gibbs of Orlando, Fla.; Mrs.
Anna Wolfe, 5714 Huntington
parkway, Bethesda, Md.; Isidore
Forman, 5801 Huntington park
way, Bethesda: Morris Forman,
7310 Pomander lane, Chevy
Chase, Md.. and Leon Forman,
9713 Admiralty drive, Silver
Spring, Md.
Mr, Forman made special be
quests of SIO,OOO each to a sister,
two nieces, a nephew and five
The petition for probate of the
will was filed by Attorneys John
R. Fitzpatrick and Edward J.
Missionary Dies
Dr. G. A. Sheridan Madgwick.
missionary known to thousands
as “the great white doctor,” died
i recently In Johannesburg, South
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9 wi' a Boys’ Leather Jackets
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T 4 87* il' I Genuin, homehide or stMrhide leather jockets in bomber jocket or eurcoot
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Our entire stock of lined wool surcoats, nylon zipper jackets or I I
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