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PROPOSALS j
*i Rm D «Bf*4wVl."Ave l !*n!w!;
Wash 1 D. C.. uatU S PJi.. E.S.T..
Oct. 6, 1966. and then publicly ,
opened rad read (or Conatruct. 2
bridges over Wntta Branch nt
44th Bt. end Oeult PI. N. 8.. ind.
at. work oet. Intersections: consist,
of removing 2 existing bridges end i
erecting a ttmnorary pedestrian
bridge. Appro. ounnlttFes 6.100
cu. yds. struct, exaavatlon: 2.270
cu yds channel excavation: 673
cu. yds. class BB cent. cone, foot
ings; 649 cu. yd*, clasi BB eem.
cone, walla. 190 cu. yds. class BB
cem cone, bridge superstructhte:
174.860 lbs. reins. steel: 140.2t)d
lbs structural steel: Ml B*. ft.
aluminum railing: 4,666 so. ft.
stone masonry facing: 434 ca. ft.
stone coping: 400 tons 4" asphaltic
cone, base: and 2SO tana asuhaltic
cone. surf, course. Proposal forms.
tiSM. ?SS‘-fh. 0 S« SB?
Sffi SSaS/g,
NA 8-riooo. Ext.,.0.178).
WASHINGTON SUBURBAN BANI
TABT COMMISSION.—Contract No.
1639-WAR WATER MAIM AND
SEWER CONSTRUCTION.—SeaIed
proposals for constructing In Kfne
ss w and Iroquois Streets and 61st
Avenue. Daniels Park. Prince
Oeorges County, approximately 936
feet of S-lnch and 130 feet of 8-
inch water mains. 290 fact of 6-
tnch and 196 feet of 8-ineb Plain
concrete or vitrified pipe aewers.
170 feet of sewer house Conner- .
tions and 950 square yards of ■
concrete repaviax. will be received
at the afltee of the Secretary of .
the Weshtngton Suburban Sanitary
Commission. HyatUvtUe. Maryland,
until Monday. September 28. 1085.
et 2:10 PM.. Eastern Standard
Time, at which mot rad time
they will m publicly Opened and
read. Plans. Proposal Perm and 1
the Specie! Provisions for this
contract may be obtained lroaa the
Mice of the Chief Engineer ct the
Commission, upon deposit of 98 00.
which deposit will bt returned to
bidders or to those returning plans
and forms in good condition
T. EARLE BOURNE. Chairman;
PRANK L HEWITT. Jr- Vice
Chairman: J. NORMAN ACER.
JAMEB B. BLAND WILLARD A
MORRIS L. 8. RAT. Commis
sioner!. Attest: JAMBB T. BONI
PANT. Secretary. ael»
WASHINGTON SUBURBAN SANI
TARY COMMISSION—CONTRACT
No. 1838-W—FURNISHING AND
SSSSSP.BF ■
JOlNT)—Sealed proposals for tar
nishing and delivering c'-Xty
thousand (Ho.OOO) Hneal feet of
6 - inch Class 22; seventy - five
thousand (75.000) Itnee) feet of
8-inch Class 22 Unllned Mechanical
Joint Pit* and twelve-thousand
(13.0001 lineal feet of 19-tneh
Class 23 Cement Used Mechanical
Joint Pipe complete with acces
sories will be received In the office
of the Purchasing Agent. Room
0-11. of the Washington Suburban
Sanitary Commission. 4017 Ham
ilton Street RyattsvUle, Maryland.
«*4 .
ard Time, at which time and '
place they will be publicly opened
rad reed. Specifications may be
obtained from 8. Z. Selsberry. Pur- '
chasing Agent of the Commission
T. EARLE BOURNE Chairman:
FRANK L. HEWITT. Jr.. Vice
Chairman: J. NORMAN AOER.
JAMES B. BLAND WILLARD A.
MORRIB. L 8 RAT. Commission- 1
ers Attest: JOHN T. BONIFANT,
Secretary. se!B
| HtOßOUU—lCotat.l
NO* * 1539-WAR—WATER MAIN
AND SEWER CONSTRUCTION.—
Sealed proposals lor erastragnne
Streri.% “tho* D SU«t P rad“v“
rioua other Streets In Carrollton
Subdivision—Prince Oeorsea Coun
t approximately 2.030 feet o< 1-
t of S-lnch plain concrete or
vitrified pipe sewers and 4.378
law of sewer house cranecuow.
win be received at the office of the
Secretary of the Washing ton Sub
urban Sanitary Commission. Hy
atUvlllr. Maryland, until Monoay.
September 20. 1965 at 2:00 EM..
Eastern Standard Time, at which
place and time they win be pub
licly opened and read. Plans, Pro
posal Form and the Bpecial Pro-
& ,0, ,rr l r7^
Chief Engineer of the Commission.
SSSS « 'returned'
or to tnose returning plans and
jambs b: bland, willard a.
MORRIS, L. 8. RAT, ICommis
sioners. Attest: JOHN T. BONI
PANT, Secretary. said
OFFICIAL NOTICES
LA C flONß l< lor o *ttie V£ UlßUrct ol^o
nuta tern“sss!S
XXV. Section 183 (at PARKING.
Nor inwest Section, by Inserting the
cwte-jj
T Street Circle (adjacent to Res.
BPBN«R. , *R^8 ,t MSJIU , SmJN:
T- A. LANS, ComuiiMfemers. D. C.
Nl«
AUCTION SALES
HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, mlsc.
Items at public auciloo. Sat.. Sept.
17. 4966. at 11 a.m„ on premises.
9103 BrookevUla rd„ 811. Spa.. Md.
THOs, J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers
1111 E 6L N.W.
Trustees’ Bale el Valuable TWO
STORY ROW BRICK DWELLING
fo N 2 w ß^. ,, BSfe^ UMB “
Folio 88. et. seq., of the land rec
ords of th« District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, .the undersigned
win jtell. euctten.
THrIInTHIRTY*' O*CLOCK 5 F.M..
the followinK-describea land rad
premises, situate In the District of
Cotumbta. and designated as and
being Lot 172 in the subdivision
moot by the President end Direc
tore of Oonaaxa College of Lote.ln
Square 821. as par plat recorded
in the once of the Surveyor for
the District of Columbia
Tgift ZaSStti
at time of sale. Adjustment* made
ae of date of eale. AU conveyancing,
recording, revenue stamps, etc., at
east of purchaser. Terms of sale to
be complied with within thirty days
from day of sale otherwise the
trustees reserve the right to retell
the property at the risk end coat
of defaulting purchaser, after five
devs' advertisement of such resale
In some newspaper published In
Washington. D. C.
SSffißSbflßSS"'
ae15.19.21.23.28 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Aertteueeta.
till B fit. N.W.
|rM D F, ssiiß. mi
MSI
feus
and at the request as the party
secured thereby, the undersltaad
trustees will sell, at public auction
DAT t OF SEKnadBER D)66.
the following-described tend anil
premises, sltoate In the Dlstrlet of
Columbia, rad dealtnatad as and
being Lot 72 In Roes' subdivision
of lot 16 in Square 737. as per Diet
recorded In the Office of the Sur
ve*or for the District ot Columbia
la Libor la at folio 67.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately 87.0U0.0U iur
ther particulars of which will be
enounced at time of seta: the pur
chase price above said trust to be
paid In cash. A deposit of 8500.00
rooulred. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchasers cost. Adjust
ments mode as of date of sale.
Terms to bo complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited rad the property may be
advertised and resold at the discre
tion of the trustees.
JBjJF?jjw
I STORY ROW °BWCK* b DWKLLjS?a
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 1941 CALVERT STREET.
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 10221,
Folio 613 ct 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 suction
1? tront Os the premises, on TUES
DAY TOE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAT
OF SEPTEMBER A.D. 1965, AT
two O'CUJCX P.M.. the following
described tend end premises, situ
at* to the Dlatrlet of Columbia, rad
designated ts and being Lot 37 In
Bdwerd J. BteUwecen Trustees sub
division of lots to Block 5 Clifl
bourno. as par plat recorded in
the Office of the Surveyor for the
“strict of Columbia in County 18
et folio 99. Known a* lot 37 to
Square 2547 end subject to cove
nants of record.
. 8 ? ld ‘object to a prior deed
of trust for approximately 38.68*78
further particulars of which wllT be
announced at time of sale; the pur-
Ssfj'.. Brlc ' t aboT e “Id truat to be
JOW. 1 " e**? A deposit of 3500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchasers cost. Adjust
ments made aa of date of sale
a!.?* » lth within
ibletj 6»»*. otherwise deposit for
the property may be
fe^tK-trSTeil^
sel 8,19*1.23,28 Trii"^,,
M L .' *-<*"*■« * **d L. Williams. It.
tnUsswri and Appraisers.
ARRfVALS OT FURNITURE AND
EXSZmI f5gM VARIOUS CON
juk rk^i^id ot ** r bources
ALL TO BE BOLD BT
AUCTION
Williams Auction House
•18 NEW YORK AVI
THIS SAT. (TOMORMJWJ. S PM.
hods, studio couch, living room
sofas, chairs, wan tapestries, bed
spreads. Pr. brass sconces, mahog.
Crsdenxa. mahog. knee-hole desk,
box springs end mattresses, drum
tobtaa. breakfast sets. Hollywood
beds, wal. wardrobe, bar stools, odd
dining chairs, rugs, carved sliver
cabinet, odd beds end springs, table
temps, electric refgr., gas stove.
Numerous other Items. Public In
spection until eale hour. Auc
tioneer*ph. NA. 8-2879. Always
plenty of clean, better quality Items
are found In our auctions. Con
AxSSiMMtIES
M?^Sktel7th
Mahogany bedroom furniture, din
ing room furniture, coffe* and end
teblM. upholstered sofas and arm
‘heirs. small mahogany case
Dbjcksrln* upright piano rad
b * Bch ' _?P* n boownelwa. . Pictures
® mirrors, chins, slssswsre. i
■e b^o,r^ n ru^ r d. J^;?
m tetLii&&srte. co -
THOi. J. DWKN a SON, Auctioneers,
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISE
NO^HEA , ?T rrY ' BKCOND
WMiTISA 4 ' iwt
Folio 374 et sco., of the lend rec
ords of the District of Columbia
and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
in front o' the premises, on TUEB
- THE TWENTIETH DAY OF
SEPTEMBER. AD. 1955. AT TWO
O CLOCK PM., the following
described land and premises, situ
ate to the District of Columbia,
and, designated as end being Lot
70 to Suburban Heights Develop,
ment Company's subdivision in
Squarb West of 5198. as per plat
recorded to the Office es the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
to Liber 122 at f01i0.27. Subject
to covenants and building restric
tion line of record.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
deed of trust for approximately
34.629.27 further particulars of
which will bo announced at time
of eale: the purchase price above
said trust to be paid to cash. A
deposit of 3500.00 required Con
veyancing. recording, etc., et pur
chasers coat. Adjustments made
e* of date of sale. Terms to be
property may be advertised and
at the discretion of the
iftiuL jk .
m 9.12.14,19.19. Trustees. '
a
Are you one of the many thousands who j
regularly read Star Classified? If not,
zve suggest that you y too, will find it a
fascinating experience to explore the
multitude of offerings appearing in these
columns today ' and every day .
P.S. It's a profitable pastime, too!
>•‘ , -
AUCTION SALES (Crate. >
THOS. J. OWEN A ION. Aactteaeers,
1111 E fit, N.W.
IPP
B Jug Tt^sua. e !?*l3b.W' > H
rSjords* ol & i&triof oMg
bla. and at the request ol the
party secured „ tb *. “.SSf,;:
signed trustee* will tsU. at WlbUc
auction^ the^jramta«»|
pil„ T th?"
and rremtses. sltoate In the Dls
the snrreyar for the District of
Colnmbla to Coasts 8 at Toho
126. described by mete* and bounds,
to said deed ol trust.
Terms: Sold spbtaette e nrlor ibulld-
SfeySSSSiF **further
particulars of wtoffil wdll be an*
xsrui
!H.f&fSar'S w ftS
Don of the trustees.
HERBERT OARFINKLE,
MARTIN C. GORDON.
5e9.12.14.18.19 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON. Aactteaeers.
Trustees' *B*l* of 'valuable ONE
gSP£IiNB e^n c o h e kSow«
Itreet^nortHlast?* 44
By virtue of a cestatn deed of
trust duly recorded. In- Liber No.
9734. Folio 288 et aeq.. of. thv
land records of the Dlitrict of
Columbia, rad at tha rvquaat of
the perty »eeored thereby, the
W»- B^OnI H JSTO b|> E
V D M„ 19 S S.ow T 4°
S^hS" d DIA?. d Ct D o r ? m c U orumT|:
and designated as and bring lot
22 to Bouars 4341 to Warren •
subdivision of part of
vals." aa P*> plat recorded to
the Office of the Surveyor for
the District es Columbia to Liber
S 3 at folio 38.
Terms: Sold sublect to a Prior
t . h n'n r ou P n a c^i*,7m. O, .« t«
Ulr afpu^?s nC^. r «t
?gSi SmliWVVSft
thirty dor*, otherwise deposit for
feited end the property ®»l b*
advertised and raaoUl at the d1a
.e12.14.18T19.21
raSi. - J. OWEN * SON. AacUeeeer.
~g S. D 'fes“ .wa
BOTLna *i
srasrr. northeast.
sari
and at the reoneat of tha party se
cured threby.tne underalsnad. tros
tees will aell. at public auetlou ln
DAY*.
follewlns-descrlbad tend rad prem
ises. situate In the District es Co
lumbia. and designated as rad
being lot numbered 132 to Square
numbered 4548 to a subdivision
made by Jacob 8. Oruver. as per
Slat recorded to the Office of the
urveyor for the Dlstrlet of Co
lumbia to Liber 89 at folio 54 ex
cept that part taken end con
demned for street parpoeet In Dis
trict Court Cause No. 2383. in
the United Steles District Court
for the District of Columbia, and
•hewn on plat recorded to the
aforesaid Surveyor's Office to Liber
110 at folio 5. Known for assess
ment end taxation purposes as Lot
numbered 902 to Sauers 4548.
Terms: Sold sublect to * prior
(building association) deed of trust
tor approxlmatelp fi8.426.05 furth
er particulars es which will be
announced at time of tale; the
purchase price above said trust to
be paid to cash. A deposit of
3500.0 f) required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser’s cost
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be compiled with
within thirty days, otherwise de
posit forfeited ana the property
msy be advertised and resold at
the discretion of the trustees.
CARLTON U. TREXLER.
FRANK W. MAR6ALEK.
t Trustees.
sept 12.14,18.19.21.
THOS. J. OWEN A son. Auctioneers.
1111 E 91. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY ROW BRICK DWELLING
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 1403 DOWNING STREET.
NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, to Liber No. 10043.
Folio 358 et seo.. of the tend rec
ords Os the District of Columbi*.
end at the request of the pert;
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
in front •( the premises, on
TUESDAY THE TWENTY-SEVENTH
DAY OF SEPTEMBER A.D. 1955.
AT TWO-FORTY O'CLOCK P.M..
the following-described tend and
£ remises, situate to the District of
olumbla. and designated as and
being Lot 2 to Square 4118 in
the subdivision made by Btecrns-
Mlshkin Construction Company.
Inc. as per plat recorded to the
Office of the Surveyor for the Dis
trict of Columbia to Liber 115
et folio 89
Terms: Sold sublect to a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately 37694.21 fur
ther particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale; the
Surchase price abovs said trust to
t paid (n cash. A deposit of
$600.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser’s cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be compiled with.
within thirty days, otherwise de
posit forfeited end the property
may be advertised. and resold at
the discretion es the trustees.
PETER T. BTATHES.
6 THOMAS BTATHEB.
se 18,19,21.23.28 Trustees.
LEGAL NOTICIS
UN ITED **BT RT
Tsi
Administration.—This Is to Give
Bot Ice: That the subscriber, of the
lstrlct of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Criumbla, Letters of Col
lection on the estate of Wil iam A.
McDermott, let* of the District of
Columbia, deceased. All persons
having claims agatost the deceased
I are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof.
taxmllT auiientleeted, to the sub
scriber. on or before the 23rd day
of January. AD. .1958: otherwise
they may by law be excluded from
ell benefit of said estate. Given
August."? 956.^AONES'*SM
100(1 Hill Building. 'Seal.) Attest:
' ME! VIN J. MARQUES. Deputy
i Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
CourL 5e2.9.18
C. WILLIAM TAYLtR. Attorney.
801 Tower Bids.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court. —No. 07.722.
Administration. —This ts to Olve
Notice: That the subscriber, ol the
District or Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court ol the
District of Columbia. Letters Teste-1
mentary on the estate of Edser O.
Melscott. late of the Distrlc of
Columbia, deceased. All oersona
having claims agatost the deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, wit' fce vouchers thereof,
legally * Bleated, to the, sub
scriber 7 before the 23rd day
of Fob! , A.D. 1968: otherwise
: they tat. * tew be excluded from
ell bent \of said estate. Given
i under my hand this 31st day of
i GWr'Vet /
KKB? ./>|!« »
of Columbia, Clerk of the Probetv
Court. m 2.9.16
*
Deadline 10 Tonight .
For Sunday Want Ads
The deadline trai(fct hr want
ads la ka publiakcd is tk* Sat
urday or Sunday Star it 10 o'clock
by totapkoa* or 9 o'clock at ska
kuiioen counter la The Star lobby.
Itcaiue it produces tha bet)
)«or-round result* for cfauifitd
advertisers, Tha Star publish*!
more fatal classified ads than the
ether two Washington newspapers
combined.
If you wunt tu hire, runt, buy,
trod* *r tell t*U if to the respon
sive audience es The Star readers
—the many people who make it a
reading habit fa check the col
umns of the big Star Classified
every dey.
It's easy t* place aa ad in tba
productive Star. Classified. Just
phene Starting 3-5000 and esk for
no Ad-Taker.
LEGAL NOTICES ICof.l
BRANDENBURG * BRANDENBURG,
Attorney*.
Tip SkSk Stress. BY. ‘
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of Um Dis
trict ot Columbia. Lattanirf Ad
ministration on thv estate of Helene
L. Weeks, late of U». District ol
Columbia. . deceased. AH peiwons
same, with the vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber. on or before the 6th day
I ST March, A.D. J8 69.
i h u w bSiW’..& M
ARCHER. 2430 Pennsylvania Are..
N.W.TSPt. It. fSral) Attest:
MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy
Register of Wills for the gtetatet
of Cohimbte. Clerk ol the Prorate
CourL «c 2.9.16 ...
SUjQ^FtffSffiMAN'^torray
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Administration—This is to Give
from the Probate Court of tbe
District of Columbia, letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Jennie
AlperL late as the District of Co
lnmbla. deceased. AU persons hav
ing claims against ths deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit she
same, with the vouchers thereof.
Sfh«;
of Itoroh. A.D. 1950: othenrtae
they mar by taw bo excluded from
Ml benefit of said estate. Given
under our hand* this 13th day ot
r«srAi&di^«..w B j E oisßSi
ROD. 1331 O St., N.W. fftaal.)
R®?'.f j w!.« A «
District of Columbia. Clerk of ths
Probate Court. m16.23.3Q
tWITTTODISTRICT JCOU^T
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia, tetters Testa
mentary on tbe estate of Louis
Peter Wensell. late of the District
of Columbi*. deceased. All nefeons
having claims aga'nst the de
ceased are hereby warned 10 ti
ll tbit the game, with the touches*
thereof, legally authenticated, to
the subscriber, on or before the
14lh dar et March. A.D. ,1658;
otherwise they mar hr tew be ex
cluded from all benefit of said
estate Qlven under my hand thta
14th day of September. 11156. MIL
DRED CRYER WSNZELL. 1888
Connecticut Ave. N.W. (Beal.) At
t««t: FRANK J. BUR KART. Demur
Retfster of Will* tor the District
of Columbi*. Clerk of the Probate
Court. sc 18.2 s..'hi
glMos fleishman; Astoraer
1331 G Street N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia, Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 88.913.
Administration.—This la, to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dla
trtet of Columbia. Letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Lida C
Parlor, late of the Dlstrlet of Co
lumbia. deceased All persona hav
ing claims agatost the deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers, thereof,
legally authenticate, ta the sub
eertber. on or before the 13th day
of March. A. D. 1959; otherwUe
they may by law be excluded from
all benefit of said aetata. Qlven
under my hsnd this 1 5tb day of
September, 1958. PORTER L.
PAYLOR. 719 D St ** (Seal.)
Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUIS,
Deputy Register of WUI* for tb*
Dlstrlet of Columbia, Clerk of the
Probate Court M10.23,3(|
OTN i^ f VST”
UNITED f?TATEB 1 D l ISTRICr COURT
for the District es Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court. —No. 88.403.
Administration. This is to Give
Notice: That tha subscriber, of the
State of Virginia ha* obtained from
tbe Probate Court es the District
of Columbia. Letters Testamentary
on tbe estate ot Ann OUtlns FulL
late of the Dlatrlet es Columbia,
deceased. AU persons bavin* claims
against ths deceased *« hereby
warned to exolblt me same, with
the vouchers thereof, legally au
thentlcatsi. to the subscriber, on
or before the Sth day of March.
A D. 1958: otherwise thw may tor
law be exeluded from ell benefit of
said estate Given under mv hand
this Bth day of September. 1956.
HARRIS B. HULL. 1768 Preston
Rd.. Alexandria. Va. (B*aU Attest:
FRANK J BURKART, Deputy
Register of Wills for tbe District of
Columbia, Clerk of the. Prorate
Couyt. m 9.16.23
JOSEPH A. RAPFEBYY. Attorney
Seatoera Bid*.
UNITED BTATE&*DI'srRICr COURT
for the District of Conunbla. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 88.365
Administration.—This Is to Olvt
Notice: Thet the subscriber, of, the
Jltete ol Mtrytend has obtained
rom the Probate CoiIS of the
Ylstrtcl of Columbia. loiters Testa
mentary on *he estate of Mary K.
S'o.ba. othervdse known aa Mary ,
K. Hruske. late of the District of ;
Columbi*. deceased. All persons
having claims against the deceased
are hereby warned ta exhibit tlw
game, with the vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber, on or before the Sth day of
March. A.D. 1956: otherwise they
may by tew be excluded (rom ell
benefit of said estate. Given under
my hand this flth day of Septem
ber. 1965. JOSEPHINE B. BUTKA.
5211 sth St. Belli more 25. Md.
(B**l ) Attest: PRANK J. lUR
KART, Deputy Register of Wills
frr the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probate Court. (.e9.16.33
“ALBERT C. BORGHI. Attorney.
Washington JLnan Jt Bids-.
UNITED COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.-—No. 88,528.
Administration.—Tills is to Give
Notice: That the subscribers,. of
the Btete of Maryland and the
State of Virginia, respectively have
obtained from the Probate Court of
the District of Columbi*. Ancillary
Letters Testamentary rad Ancillary
Letters of Administration. C.T.A.
respectively on the estate ot Mary
r. Kennedy, late of the State of
Virginia, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims asalnst the deoeesdd
ere hereby warned to ekhlblt the
seme, with the vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the *ub
acrlbers. on or before the 13th day
of March, A.D. 1968: othetwlM
to| L
Wo?“.'h, *Dlstriet Columbia.
•Bait & prob,u Cour ‘-
4
LEGAL NOTICIS
suit to to obtain aa fibao
lute divorce on the graonds of
DEKED*tbthe*?tef*n4ant. 'Elmar
so U*®
!e «s-. fcaas®
46L Administration Doeket 184
Application h»vtof"be«n made here-
Ht£»S
a'etora AM. to riiow cause why
■ be nub!
.Bpfar-atsaif^.
(will ?*Atte«t I FfSINK A j v ao:
to^OWe
egff£?E£L
lnelly authentleeted. to tb* sub
r?Sk£
AhtUony* > J.8lejnrao"l010
Vermont Ave.. .W^dngton.
six®
as Probata Court. f
BNrntt)'ari'ATTM*DlßTßiCT COURT
subserteer- of the
from the *p¥SSfte c&t TtS
Lmters*of °AdmlnlrtrotlMi. C.TZ
on the estate of Annte J Blake,
late of the City oTLlmerlek. fro
serlber. on or before tb* J4thday
of March. AD. SSjKJ’'"'
thry may by tew be exclMMHfem
all benefit of aali estete Olren
nnder mv hudTthl* 14th day of
Septembor, 1965. CAESAR L.
AIELLO. 8919 4Snd Ma*». Hvattj
vllle. Md. (Soi.) Attest: PRANK
MURKART. Deputy Register of
tor the Dtatrict of Columbia,
of the Probate Court.
Ml 8.23.30
ALFRED F. GOSHOBN. Attorney
4*B Mb SL, N.W.
Wasklngiea. 9. f.
UNtTM) STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columb*. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 88.527,
Administration^ —This Is to Give
Notice: That the subscribers, of
the (State of Vltglnia and the Dis
trict of Columbia, respectively have
obtained from the Probate Court of
the District of Columbia. Letters
Testamentary on .the estate o!
John E. Seamark, late of the Dis
trict of Columbia, deceased. All
persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to
exhibit the same, with the rouchert
thereof, legally authenticated, to
the subscribers, on or before thc
13th day of March. A. D. 1958:
otherwiM they may by law be ex
cluded from all benefit of sold
estate. Given under our bonds this
13th day of September. .1.956.
OTIS EABTBRD4Y. Woodstock,
Virginia. OEORT ' J. BODEN. 428
6th Bt., N.W„ V shin*Jon. D.. C.
I Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MAR
QUES. Deputy Register of Wills for
tne District of Columbia. Clerk of
the Probate Court. M 18.2.1.30
COiXADAf A COLLADAY. Atternevs
TOl. A t7J?ife.^ffdT
fjn* V^ ro^arker'. oU deceese<r—Nm
S&MfefiSr
herein for probbte of tb* test will
end testament of . salq deceased,
this 16th day of September A.D
1955. that Mary E. Hoffman.
Jaraea P. Berkeley. Margaret Talk
lngton. Mary Stealey. Maude Myers.
fe°V d .’3dr.??teo^ U n V R^h
g?!“. n n*d' r lh: n u d nfn» e ei?,
and next of xln of the deceased,
and all others concerned.. appear
In said Court on Monday, the 24th
day of October. A.D. 1955. a!
10:00 A.M., to show oeuae why
such application should not be
once In each of thro* raccesstve
SSS&Skf
th” T butrict T of (?otemb°a. Clerk of
the Probate Court. m16.2J.30
J. GEORGE GATELT. Attoraoy.
319 Columbian Bide,. „
Piled Au*. 10, 1966e Htrry M HuH.
UNITED BTATEs'DIS'nMCT COURT
for the District of Columblt —WIL
UAM CALOMIRIB. et. el.. Plaintiff.
?l. The Unknown Heirs. Devisees
or Alienees of MICAUAH TUCKER,
ot. el.. Defendants,—ClvU Action ;
No. 3090-65.—ORDER OP PUBLI
CATION.—'ftiu object of this suit
Is to establish or record ptelntlffs'
title to real estate situate In the
District of Columbia as Part of
Original Lot 8 in Bouare 1089. Be
ginning for th* same at the South
west comer of said lot end tunning
»ssrik
angles, and along the Bouth lines
of Lots 97 and 08 in said Bouare.
a distance of 126 54 feet; thence
Southeasterly to th* South line of
said Lot 8, at a point distant 68
feet from the Southeast corner of
(aid Lot 8: thence West, along ssld
South Une. 138.64 feet to the
»ot beginning, retd property
now taxed as Lota 894 end
n Square i 960. On motion ol
the planting. It Is by the Court this
10th dey of August 1966. OR
DERED. that the unknown nelrs.
devisees or silences of MICAIJAH
TUCKER, of CHARLOTTE MOORE,
■of JAMES HENRY MOORE, end of
ELLEN MOORE, cause their appear
ance to be entered herein on or
before th* first rule day occurrlne
after the expiration of three months
after th* first publication hereof,
otherwise this cause will b* pro
ceeded with as In cum of default;
porter
* ,tT
t
iSfill
efuded U from eT al?*ran*fi?"of h> sa)d
MILTON M. BUBKErAtteraeT.
ttirCo>iwKVtf«oaay.^i a P«w«>»
ETT3, .Attenser, terajhiilta,
Med iSTTOf Harry M. Jfull.
W THE UNITED'IfriTEB DIBTRICT
toe" 1 DirraicT C ‘columbia!
LILLY C.' MOORE STONE. ET AL .
AND UNKNOWN OWNERS. De
fendants—Qlstyict Court Docket
No. 12-55.■*—Notice of Condemne
known^BirSarsl”**ln I th**eve d t Si
the (oreeolnc party ii deceased,
then Ms hrirs. alienees and davtaees
of th* said natty who an named
heroin as 'UnkPown Ownero.” You
Pro hereby notified that a complaint
in condemnation has heretofore been
filed in tbe office of th* clerk of
ths above-named Court in an action
to condemn an estate In fee Simple
in the property described In ''Sched
ule A” attached herrio and made
a part hereof for the public use
for th* comprehensive development
of the park, dartway -and Play
sT'its. •mrt
amended by the Act of April SO.
1929 (44 Stat. 374) end further
195? d (6O «tat h *7B) C ) t , and Seetlori
4 of th* Act Os MCV 29ri?3f) (46
Slat. 482). aa amended, which aete
authorise end direct the acquisition
WaHuma
i9.* n ri^:
A %
Columbi*. and tbe Acts of July 5.
IffwiWfiriSwfe
raoW“fs. ,r^S
property was made. You are tartber
notified th»t if you have ray ob
jection or defense to tbe taking of
your property you art required to
serve upon plaintiff i attorney et
the address herein designated with
in twenty days after 20th of Oc
tober. 1955. an answer Identifying
the property In which you claim
to have ra latgresL stating the
nature and extent or the interest
Kranußß
a»:,«* an answer shall constitute a
consent to the taking and to the
authority of the Court to proceed
to hear (he action and to fix th*
. Just compensation and shall con
stitute a waiver of all defenses and
objections not so presented You
are further notified that If you
hare no objections or defense to
the taking you may Mrve upon
ptelntlffs attorney a notice of ap
prtrance designating the property
In which you claim to be Interested,
and thereafter you shall receive no
tice of ell proceedings affecting tb*
eaid property. You are further
notified that at the trial of the
Issue of Just compensation, whether
or not you have answered or served
a notice of appearance, you may
present evidence as to the amount
of the compensation to be paid for
the property in which you have
any interest ana you may share in
tbe distribution of the award of
compensation. You are further noti
fied that plaintiff has filed a notice of
demand for a jury trial of the issu*
of lug! compensation. <■ ) RALPH
A. RICKETTS. Attorney, (tends Di
vision, Room 2545. Department of
A U Triuß Copy.*!>»?■ 'haßßySj. HULL,
CUrk. By H B. DERTZBAUOH.
DeDutv Clrrk Dated BcDt 13. 1955.
SCHEDULE "A" —PARCEL 1 —A
tract of laid caltad “Three Sisters."
Ivin* In the Potomac River opposite
Georgetown, designated for taxation
purposes as Parcel 27/35. and de
scribed In accordance with a plat
made by the Surveyor for the Dis
trict of Columbia bearing No. 20874
and entitled “Plat of Parcel 27/35
In accordance with Diet of survey
deled December 19, 1853. made by
Lewis Cerberrv. Surveyor, recorded
In the office of the Surveyor of the
District of Columbi* In Book 'Mis
cellaneous Piets', peg* 139.” be
ginning for the same at a stout
rock whleh shows above water a
small distance above whet 1s called
the "Three Bisters." end running
thence North 69 end V 4 degree East
14.50 perches (239.25 ft.) to an
other rock in the river which chows
above the witer; thence North 74
degrees Best 12 perch** 16 links
(208.66 ft.) to the Northeraoet
rock connected with th* large body
of rocks, the Northwestern ledge of
the "Three Sisters": thence South
85 and deg Tees East 48 perches
(759 ft.) to e uolnt In the edge of
a band bar: thence South 79 and
degrees Bast 21 69 perches (358.4
ft.) to the lower oolnt of said aand
bar: thence South 84 and >4 de- '
grecs West 21,29 pe-chrs (349 8 It i
to the South ed-e of sold sand bar:
thence South 81 and 5 , degrees
West 14.49 pqrches (237.6 ft.) to
another edee of said sand bar:
thence South 79 and degiyes
West 20.7* perches (375 375 ft.)
to a point tn .said-sand bar: ard
thence In a straight line North .82
and >4 decrees West 34.25 perches
(585.125 ft.),tp the beginning rock
containing 162.261 to. ft. or 3.735
acre*, (3 acres, 2 roods. 36 perches).
Together with any end *ll accre
tions. snd river rad watey rights
abutting or appertaining to the
above-described lands, and also any
and all rights, title. Interests rad
estates of the owner or owners of
the said lands, and any and all
other persons or corporate bodies.
In and to anv and all streets, roads,
avenues, alley*, allcv-waya and
rights of way abutting or anper
talnth* to the said lands, as well
as and Including all their rights,
title. Interests end estates, with re
spect to the herelnebove
lands, evtendtnc to the Oeorg-town
end Virginia shore lines of the
Potomac River. sal 6 23,39 ■
COLLADAV jTfOLLADAY.
Arieroevs.
1331 G Street. N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing e Probate Court.—Estate of
Jeannette Haas Rice, Deceased.—
No. 88.387. Administration Docket
184.—Application having been
made herein for probate of the last
will and testament and codicil of
said deceased, and for letters testa- ,
mentary on aald estate, by The
Second National Bank of Wash
ington It la ordered this 15th dey .
of September. A.D. 1955. that Al- 1
fled Mev. Leo David. Edwin David,
Madeline Frtedberg. Irvin David.
Wlll'am David. Ella Arnits. Alex
andra Kaufman. Barbara London.
Marian Cohen. _Monroe_ i Coulter.
Burton Coulter. Beulah Olttelman.
Audrey Randall. Prank L. May, ,
Harry L. May, Alice May Wels
berger. Ruth May Weller. Gordon
Rosenthal, and the unknown heirs .
at tew snd next of kin of the
deceased, end *ll others concerned,
appear In ssld Court or. Monday,
tha 24 th dey of October. A.D. 1955.
at 10:99 o'clock A.M.. to show
cause why such application should
not be granted. Let notice hereof
be published In the "Washington
Law Reporter" and "The Evening
Star." once In each of throe suc
cessive weeks before the return .
day herein mentioned, tb* first
publication to be not less than
thirty days before tald return day.
da? of RptenSlri, C< A.?3. ]
1956 (8*01) Attest: FRANK J
BURKART. Deputy Register of
WUta for the District of Columbia.
Clerk of th* Probate Court. I
M 16.33.80
If®
luwgggg
* CMsed. and for letters testamentary
i
5 ,7’™ < ?r!sr7j, ‘£
i & l r t pu%Ky t g'tPS
. three success lye weeks heron the
: gSiagl
: Witness, the Honorable BOLTTHA
I Chief Judje"ot Court.
BURK AITT* 1 ' Deplft” ' HcSste? of
; B fS r E msmssLsjßß
lug a Probate Court.—Estate of
: 2355t10n
tlon Docket 184.—Application nav
lng been made herein for letters of .
administration op said estate, br
I Tbehna Hlaes tt Is ordered this 31st
day of August. AD. 1955, that
James Callaway. Mrs. Hester Nap
- ler. the unknown heirs, at tew and
t next of kin es tbe deceased, and
- all others concerned, appear In
- said Court on Monday, tne 19th
: day of Octrter. A.D. 1965. at 10:99
o'clock AM., to show cause why
i such application should not be
I granted,. Let notice hereof be
i published In the “Waifaingion Law
i Reporter" and “The Evening Btar."
i once In each of three successive
weeks before the return day herein
i mentioned, tbe first publication to
be not less than thirty days before
' said return day. Witness, tha Hon- ‘
: orable BOLTTHA J. LAWS. Chief
Judge of said Conrt. this 31st day
: tost Au lm;ra'J lß MAßoUEß'.' «*£:
;
l Probate Court, m 2,9.16
; Th JMAS P. BURKE. Attoraoy.
' UNITED DumUCT COURT
; for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing a Probate Court—No. 88.305
Administration Doekot 184.—Estate
of Bertha M. Parker, also known
ae Bertha Marla Farter. Deceased.
Application having been made here
to for probate es the teat will rad
testament of said deceased, and
for tatters testamentary on said
. estate, by Blanche Parker Atkinson
. and Elvira Parker Loller It lg
ordered thta 31st day of Ankust.
A D. 1955. that tbe unknown heirs
; at tew and next of kin of said
i Berth* M Parker, also known as
I Bertha Marie Parker/deceased, rad
. arfl others Concerned, appear to said
; Court os Monday, th* loth day of
[ October. A.D. 1955. at 10:09 o'clock
, A.M. to show cause why such ap
i plication should not be granted.
Let notice hereof be published In
th# "Washington Law Reporter”
end "The Evening Btar." once In
i each of three successive weeks be- -
fore the return day herein men
tioned. the first publication to be
. not less than thirty days before
. said return dey. Witness, the Hon
, orable BOLTTHA J. LAWS. Chid
, Judge of said Court, this 31xt day
Os August, AD. 1955 (Seal.) At-
I test: MELVIN J MARQUES, Deputy
, Register of Will* for the District ,
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
I .Court 5e2.9.18
1 W^KE^T A .w” B BIV, Urn "*'
J UNITED STATES DISTRfcT COURT
1 for the District es Columbi*. Hold- ,
; In* Probate Court.—No. 87.992.
Admtolstret lon .—This ts to Olv*
Notice: That the, subscriber, of
the District of Columbia has ob
tained, from the Probate Court of
toe District as Columbia, Letters
Teatamentarr on the estate of
Isabel C. Townshend. late of the
District of Columbia, deceased. All
persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to ex- !
hlblt th* same, with the vouchers j
toereol. legally authenticated, tel
the eubseriber. on or before the -
6th day es March. A.D. 1958: ‘
’ o ,U)ffwlse they may by law be *x
-1 eluded from ell benefit of said
rotate Given under my hand this
,£iE, u * L 1955. SARAH
F TOWNSHEND. 1659 Argonne
•f 1 ' *}taat: MELVIN
J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of
Wills for toe District ofOoluaabto.
Cleft of to* Probate Court.
5C2.9.16
BFBNARD L AMISS. Attorney.
.....street at Ninth N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
tog Prraate Court—*n!, 8
Administration.—Thl* is to Give
Notice: Thet the subscriber, of toe
District of Columbia, has obtained
from tb* Probate Court of toe Dis
trlrt of Columbi*. Letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Katheryn
Lund Sharp, late of the District of
Columbia, deceased. All persons
having claims against the deceased
legally authenticated, to to* sub
scriber on or before th* 29th dey
of February. A. D. 19*8: otherwise
they may by law.be excluded from
all benefit of esid estate. Given
sss&
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
Court. st3.fl. 18
Joseph r. McCarthy, Aiumc?,
HM Notion.! Pres Bid,.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
lor th* District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 88.407.
Administration.—This is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, ol
the District of Columbia has ob
tained from the Probate Court ol
the District of Columbia. Letters
Testamentary on. the estate ol
Minnie P. Vogt., also known ae
Minnie Pauline Vogt, late of the
District of Columbia, deceased. AU
persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to-ex
hlblt the same, with the rouchere
thereof, legally authenticated, to
the subscriber, on or before the
Bth day ol March. A.D. 1088;
otherwise they may by law be ex
cluded from all benefit of said es
tate. Given under my hand this
flth day of September. 1088. MAX
CANTHON VOGT, too Nicholson
8t„ N.W. (Seal < Attest: MELVIN
J MARQUES. Deputy Register of
Wills for the District of Columbia.
Clerk of the Probate Court.
5en. 18, 113
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exper. prelerred but not necessary;
plenty of work all year-round, very
OLDSMOBILE. 8600 Baltimore ave..
HyattsvlUe. Md.: contort MR. TOL
-BGN. AP. 7-2000. —26
AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC, body
man and painter: due tp expan
sion In business. Salary Is no ques
tion or right mss. CLARK MOTOR
CO.. 1311 E st. s.e. —lB
AUTO MECHANIC, must be experi
enced: excellent opportunity lor
toe right man with toe ability to
work hard: good working condi
tions. Pleasant, surroundings; spe
cial service tools furnished: paid
vacation, insurance benefits: must
be sober. Apoljr In person. Bee
Mr. Haley. R. B. CLARK MOTOR
CO . 624 8. Washington it.. Falla
Churen. va.
AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS, toor
outhly experienced only for night
shift in very modern, clean, light,
drr shop We need 3 men for
whom the compensation will, be
82.70 per hr. plus liberal bonuses
plus paid vacation. Bee Mr. Shaver,
STANDARD PONTIAC, INC.. 7124
Baltimore bird., College Park. —lB
AUTO METAL MAN. top wages for
reliable man: hospitalization and
insurance benefits: 5-day week. Bee
Mr Ryan, McKSB PONTIAC. 1828
L at. n.w. —lB
AUTO paint supervisor
Have you th* ability rad experience
to supervise several .painters and
helpers? We specialise to baked
enamel and hart brand-new pro
ductlon-type spray room and auto
matic bake oven. We need a
capable, working supervisor to
maintain high-quality production
standards: will pay top salary and
liberal employ* benefits to quali
fied mu. Call for appt. or see
i Mr Norcrosa. CALL CARL INC.,
1260 24th et. n.w., DL 7-27T5.
— IS_
AUTO PARTS MAN to 'work to Ford
parte deparment of, on* of the
Oldest Ford Dealers' In Washing
ton' 5-dav week: group insurance;
vacation with pey rad other com
pany benefits. Experience necessary.
Apply In perron. JACK BOLTON,
parts manager. 21* Pennsylvania
ave s.e. —2O
AUTO PARTS BUNNEB, ft-day wk.;
group hospitalisation, paid vaca
tion; must havg D. C. operator's
permit. Apply Jack A. Bolton,
paru manager. FRANK SMALL.
JR.. INC.. 21* Pa. ave. •.*. —29
AUTO. SALESMAN—Are yo* Inter
ested In a solid financial sales fu
ture? We are accepting applica
tions for a salesman to be ready
to sell tb* new Dodge rad Ply
mouth Auto sales exper. helpful
but not essential. Bxeel. compen
sation and iransn. to the man who
sr sr a^p°ig ufle B*ANNrNp PDI 4
Ba^to
AUTO SALESMAN
Used car salesman, experienced, for
fast-moving lot; group hospital!-
ration, company benefits. See Mr.
COAST-IN PONTIAC
407 FLA. AVE. N.B.
AUTO SALESMEN, training program
now in progress. Call Mr. Russell
OL. e-8:7oo CAVE PORD CORP..
4814 Elm st . Beth Md. —lB
AUTO SALESMEN—We need 3 hlgh
callbet men to sell new Fords end
used can; excellent pay plan, dally
floor period; demonstrator iur
nlahed. See Mr. Wray. TRIANGLE
MOTORS. 3010 Rhode blend ave.
n.e. —is__
AUTO SALESMEN
We have an opening for 8 experi
enced used-car salesmen; hipest
En. nte In Washington of 734.1
Hem selection of OJC. used care
ed by complete advertising, nro-
Sam; tranap. furnished. Apply In
rson only. See Mr Lord.
ADDISON CHEVROLET
Uth and -7800
AUTO SALESMEN
USED CARS
We have only 8 openings In our used
car dept, for neat, aggressive men.
who have the desire to make money.
Good par plan, dally floor time,
transp. furnished, Apply In person,
to Mr. Poener. FRANK SMALL. JR..
INC.. 1738 Good Hope rd. s.e . no
Phone cane. =L i 8
AUTO SALESMEN
One of the oldest and largest Ford
dealers in the country has an
opening for 3 ncw-car salesmen.
Exper. not necessary. For 3 high
type men we here the best deal in
town with a chance to earn a very
good Income, salary and commis
sion while learning; new car dem
onstrator turn, with gaa. oil and
upkeep. Every assistance given In
training to help you auceeed. Phone
JohoHlnkel. NA. 8-3000. STEUART
MOTOR CO.. Sth and New York
ave. n.w. —lB
AUTO SALESMEN
To work for one of Wuhlntton'g
H"' st and largest Ford dealers,
pay plan, company benefits.
Ing experience preferred. Start
nor and be ready for Introduction
of, new 1058 Fords. Vacancy on
soles force enables us to offer this
opportunity to ritht man. Phone
Mr Church, STEUART MOTOR
CO. 3rd and H its n.e., LL 8-5800,
for appointment.
AUTO SERVICE SALESMAN—-W t
hare, an opening for an eaptrl
eneod serviceman, one with ex
perience handling public pro
.Td'EfS'.vS^
—lO
BARBIE*. entered (8). full or pan
srviflf 1 " bu,T "ay*
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