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AUCTION SALES (Cut.)
C. G. SLOAN A CO INC.
A«etl*ners-Appraisers
BALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
RUGS. MAHOGANY DINETTE BET\
UPHOLSTERED SOFAS AND
CHAIRS. 10-PIECE M A HOP ANY
DINING ROOM SUITE MAHOG
ANY BUTLER’S CHEST-DESK.
STAINED GLASS SCREEN. CHINA.
GLASSWARE. ETC.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
AT SLOAN’S GALLERIES. 716-ISUj
ST . N.W. WEDNESDAY. MARCH
7 STARTING 10 AM. Term*
Cash: C. O SLOAN & CO., INC..
Aucta. ■stabllshed 1801 —6
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustee!’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY SEMIDETACHED DWELL
ING BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 6602 BLAINE STREET.
NORTHEAST.
By vlrtur* of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No 10446.
Folio 321 et seq.. of the land
records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
in front of the premises, on TUES
DAY. THE SIXTH DAY OF MARCH.
A.D. 1956. AT THREE O'CLOCK
P.M. the followlnf-described land
and premises, situate in the Dis
trict of Columbia, and designated
as and being Lot 108 in Square
5249 In the subdivision made by
Jeffress-Dyer. Inc., as per plat
recorded in the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
in Liber 120 at folio 60.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately $5,541.09, fur
ther particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale: the
purchase price above said trust to
be paid In cash. A deposit of
$500.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at the purchasers
cost. Adjustments made as of
date of sale. Terms to be complied
with within thirty days, otherwise
deposit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at
the discretion of the trustees.
MAX BASBIN.
JOSEPH MUELLERf
fe23,27-mh1,3.5 Trustees,
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auctioneer
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO- •
STORY AND BASEMENT ROW
BRICK DWELLING BEING KNOWN j
AS PREMISES NUMBER 1237 NEAL!
STREET, NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 10606.
Folio 403 et sea., of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia,
and at the reauest of the party se
cured thereby, the undersigned trus-1
tees will sell, at public auction in
front of the premises, on THURS
DAY, THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF ,
MARCH. A.D. 1950, AT TWO
O’CLOCK P.M., the following-de
scribed land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being Lot 81 in
Jacob S. Gruver’s subdivision of
Block 4 “Trinidad,” as per plat re
corded in the Office of the Surveyor
for the District of Columbia in
Liber 76 at Folio 50; now known
for purposes of assessment and tax
ation as Lot 81 in Square 4066.
Terms: Bold subject to a prior (build
ing association; deed of trust for
approximately 98.926.64 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's cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to be complied with within ,
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be ad
vertised and resold at the discretion
of the trustees.
FRANK W. MARBALEK.
CARLTON U. TREXLER.
mh6,7.9,12.14 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auctioneers.
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE CONSISTING OF
AN UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF IN
TEREST IN A TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLING BEING PREMISES
1250A HALF BTREET. S. W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9434,
Folio 217 et seq., of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
within the office of the Thos. J.
Owen A Son. Suite 601. Perpetual
Building. 1111 E Street. N.W.. on
TUESDAY. THE 6th DAY OF
MARCH. A. D. 1956 AT TWELVE
THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing described land and premises,
situate in the District of Columbia,
and designated as and being an un
divided one-half interest in and to
Lot numbered Thirty-six (36). in
the Washington Sanitary Improve
. ment Company's subdivision of lots
* in Square Six Hundred Fifty-one
(651). as per plat recorded in the
Office of the Surveyor for the Dis
trict of Columbia in Liber 33 at
folio 142.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
approximately $7,000.00. further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale; the pur
chase price above said trust to be
paid in cash. A deposit of $300.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchaser's cost Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to be complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be ad
vertised and resold at the discre
tion of the trustees.
ABRAHAM H. LEVIN. 1
ROBERT O. WEIGHTMAN.
fe24.29-mhs Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Aactioneers - , 1
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable Improved
real estate consisting of an un- \
divided one-half interest in a two
story brick dwelling being premises
1231 S. Capitol Btreet.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9515.
Folio 87 et seq.. of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public suction within
the office of Thos. J. Owen A Son,
Buite 601. Perpetual Building.
1111 E Street N.W. on TUESDAY.
THE SIXTH DAY OF MARCH. A.D.
1956. AT TWELVE-THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M.. the following-de
scribed land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being an un
divided one-half interest in and to
Lot numbered One Hundred Thirty
Seven (137). in the Washington
Sanitary Improvement Company’s
subdivision of lots in Square
numbered Six Hundred Fifty-one
(651), as per plat recorded in the n
Office of the Surveyor for the Dis
trict of olumbia in Liber 51 at folio
72.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
approximately $7,500.00 further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale: the pur
chase price above said trust to be
paid in cash. A deposit of $300.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to be complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be
advertised and resold at the discre
tion of the trustees.
ABRAHAM H. LEVIN.
ROBERT O. WEIOHTMAN,
fe24,29-mhs Trustees, »
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Aactioneers.
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Bale of Valuable THREE
STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK
DWELLING BEING KNOWN AS ,
PREMISES NUMBER 1857 ON- 1
TARIO PLACE. NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, In Liber No 10266
Folio 402 et seq., of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
In front of the premises, on
WEDNESDAY THE FOURTEENTH
DAY OF MARCH. A.D. 1956, AT
ONE-FORTY O’CLOCK P.M. the
following-described land and prem
ises. situate in the District of
Columbia, and designated as and
being Lot 440 in Oliver P. M
Browns Combination of lots 318
and 319 In Harry Wardman’s sub
division of “Lanier Heights,” as
Ser plat recorded in the Office of
le Surveyor for the District of
Columbia in Liber 52 at folio 20;
now known for purposes of
assessment and taxation as Lot
440 in Bquare 2584.
Terms: Sold sublect to a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately $9,959.61 fur
ther particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale: the
purchase price above said trust
to be paid in cash. A deposit of
$500.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser’s cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be complied with
within thirty j days, otherwise de
posit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at
the discretion of the trustee.
FRANK W. MARBALEK.
JOHN CLAUDE COPPINOER.
mh2.6.7.9.13 Trustee*.
" ” ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON
Auctloneera-Appraisers
Large Attractive Estate and Storage Sale
of
New and Used Household—Office and Store
FURNITURE - FIXTURES
PAINTINGS—MIRRORS —FLOOR COVERINGS
RTEINWAY UPRIGHT PIANO—CORNER BOOKCASES
CHERRY CAPTAINS CHAIRS—ANTIQUE CLOCK
Satin Wood, Mahogany and Modern
LIVING AND BEDROOM GROUPS. ETC.
also
YORK 6-HP. AIR CONDITIONER ILLUMINATED FLOOR
DISPLAY CASES—MIRRORS— KARDEX AND OTHER FILING
DEVICES—REMINGTON STANDARD AND ELECTRIC
TYPEWRITERS —ADDINO MACHINE
BY AUCTION
at WESCHLE R’S
OOfi-09 S ST. N.W.
TOMORROW
Commencing 9:30 A M. until mld-»fternoon
Mahogany corner cabinet, love »eat, sola beds, sleep sofas;
end, lamp, corner and cocktail tables: lamps, platform rockers,
lounge and occasional chairs, cherry night stands, side chairs,
china crystal, glass, ornaments, Electrolux vacuum cleaner,
luggage. Corona portable twpewriter. Addressograph in-drawer
Plate cabinet, offlce desks, National casb register, refrigerators.
rtnggg, etc INSPECTION INVITED
AUCTION SALES
ADAM A. WEBCHLEB * SON,
Aactioneers - Appraiser*.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OP TWO STORY.
ATTIC AND BABEMENT FRAME
' DWELLING. 6 ROOMB AND BATH. |
NO 806 TAYLOR BT. N.W.
By virtue of a deed of trust re
corded In Liber No. 9312. folio
267 et seq., one of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees :
will offer for sale by public auction
in front of premises, on WEDNES
DAY. MARCH FOURTEENTH. 1956.
AT FOUR O’CLOCK PM. the
following-described property in the
District of Columbia, to-wit: lx»t
19 In Bquare 25 in the Washington
Loan and’ Trust Company’s sub
division of part of “Petworth Addi
tion To The City of Washington,
as per plat recorded in Liber
County 10 at folio 45 in the Office
of the Surveyor for the District
of Columbia. Said property now
known for purposes of assessment
and taxation as Lot 19 in Square
3025 Subject to the covenants o 1
record. „ .
TERMS OF SALE: Property will be
sold subject to a prior deed of
trust for $5,286.17 at 5 %. Balance.
Cash. A deposit of $500.00 re
quired of purchaser at sale Ex
amination of title, conveyancing,
recording, revenue stamps and no
tarial fees at cost of purchaser. (
Terms td be complied with within
30 days from day of sale, otherwise
trustees reserve the right to resell
property at risk and coat of de- ■
faulting purchaser, after 30 days
advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper published In Wash
ington. D. C.. or deposit may be 1
forfeited, or without forfeiting de
posit trustees may avail themselves
of any legal or equitable rights
against defaulting purchaser.
ESTHER M. MF.STEAD.
MARSHALL J. WAPLE.
mh2.58.10.i3 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY BEMIDETACHED BRICK
DWELLINO BEING KNOWN AS
PREMISES NUMBER 608 ELMIRA
STREET. SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 10109,
Folio 596 et seq., of the land
records of the District of Columbia.
! and at the request of the party
; secured thereby, the undersigned
I trustees will sell, at public auction
i in front of the premises, on TUES
DAY. THT THIRTEENTH DAY OF,
i MARCH. A.D 1956. AT ONE
THIRTY O’CLOCK P.M.. the fol-i
lowlng-described land and premises.!
situate in the District of Columbia.;
and designated as and being Lot 9j
in Square 6211 in the subdivision
made by Louis Richman and Harry;
Ziggles. as per plat recorded in the!
Office of the Surveyor for the;
District of Columbia in Liber 130 j
at folio 146.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
deed of trust for approximately
$8,744.14. further particulars of
which will be announced at time
of sale: the purchase price above
said trust to be paid in cash. A
deposit .of $500.00 required. Con
veyancing. recording, etc., at pur
chaser’s cost. Adjustments made as
of date of sale. Terms to be com
plied with within thirty days,
otherwise deposit forfeited and the
property may be advertised and
resold at the discretion of the
trustees.
FRANK W. MARSALEK.
JOHN CLAUDE COPPINGER,
mh2,6.7,9.12 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Aactloaeers
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Bale of Valuable FOUR
STORY BRICK OFFICE BUILDING.
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
1307 H Street N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9885.
Folio 193 et seq., of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
in front of the premises, on TUES
DAY THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF
MARCH. A.D. 1956. AT TWO
O’CLOCK P.M.. the following-de
scribed land and premises, situate
m the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being Part of
Original Lots numbered One (1).
Twenty-nine (29) and Thirty (30).
in Square numbered Two Hundred
and Fifty (250) more particularly
described as follows: Beginning at
a point In the North line of H
Street. Pifty (50) feet West of
the Southeast corner of said square,
and running thence West Sixteen
(16) feet Eight (8) inches; thence
North Ninety-two (92) feet; thence
East Sixteen (16) feet Eight (8)
Inches: and thence South Ninety
two (92) feet to the place of be
ginning. NOTE: At the date hereof
the above described land is desig
nated on the Records of the As
sessor for the District of Columbia
for assessment and taxation pur
poses as Lot numbered Eight Hun
dred (800) in Square numbered
Two Hundred Fifty (250).
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately $22,000.00 fur
ther particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale: the
purchase price above said trust to
be paid in cash. A deposit of
$1,000.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser’s cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be complied with
within thirty days, otherwise de
posit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at
the discretion of the trustees.
FRANCIS C. HEIGLE,
ETHEL M. HOFFLER.
mh2.5.8,10.12 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Aactioneers,
1111 E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable FOUR
STORY BRICK APARTMENT
BUILDING CONTAINING 40 UNITS
KNOWN AS PREMISES 2611
ADAMS MILL ROAD. NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 10,282.
Folio 368 et seq.. of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction in front
of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE
THIRTEENTH DAY OF MARCH.
A.D. 1956. AT ONE-THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M.. the following-de
scribed land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and de
signated as and being all of Lot 342
in Warren’s Combination of lots in
Lanier Heights, as per plat recorded
in the Office of the Surveyor for
the District of Columbia in Liber
34 at folio 126: except the 150
square feet from the most northerly
corner of said lot condemned and
taken for alley purposes in District
of Columb\fi Court Cause 879. Now
known for purposes of assessment
and taxation as Lot 840 in Square
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $138.-
500.00 and a prior second deed of ■
trust for approximately $30,305.84.
further particulars of which will
be announced at time of sale:
the purchase price above said trust
to be paid in cash. A deposit of
$2,600.00 in cash or certified check
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to be complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be ad
vertised and resold at the discre
tion of the trustees.
HOWARD BERNSTEIN.
WALTER MILLER.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
fill E St. N.W.
Trustees’ Sale ot Valuable improved
real estate consisting of an undi
vided one-half interest in a two
story brick dwelling being premises
229 P Street. N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9387.
Folio 207 et seq., of the land
records of the District of Colum
bia. and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
within the office of Thos. J. Owen
& Son. Suite 601. Perpetual Build
ing. 1111 E Street. N.W.. on TUES
DAY. THE SIXTH DAY OF
MARCH A.D 1956. AT 12:30
O’CLOCK P.M.. the following
described land and premises, situ
ate in the District of Columbia,
and designated as and being an
undivided one-half interest in and
to Lot numbered One Hundred
Eighteen (118). in the Washington
Sanitary Improvement Company’s
subdivision in said Square num
bered Five Hundred Fifty-two
(652). as per plat recorded in the
Surveyor’s Office for the District
of Columbia in Liber 30 at folio 89
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately $8,000.00 fur
ther particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale: the
Surchase price above said trust to
e paid in cash. A deposit of
$300.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser’s cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be complied with
within thirty days, otherwise de
posit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at the
discretion of the trustees.
ABRAHAM H. LEVIN.
ROBERT O. WEIGHTMAN.
fe24.29-mhs Trustees.
AUCTION SALES
ADAM A. WESCHLEB A SON,
Aactioneers „
905 E St. N.W., Washington, D. C.
NASH AGENCY DIBPOSAL SAL*
Automotive Service and Bales
EQUIPMENT—MACHINERY—TOOLS
Parts—Accessories
METAL PARTS BINS—FANS
National ”10080'’ Cash Register. Etc.
Also
TWENTY-FIVE USED CARS
Including
NASH—FORD—HUDSON—DE SOTO
Models 1953-1949
NASH “1948” WRECKER
WITH ASHTON POWER WINCH
By Public Auction
at Safford-Chandler Motor Co.
029 H ST. N.E.
WEDNESDAY
March 7. 1956. 10 AM.
Westinghouse 5-h.p. air compressor,
chain fall, acetylene outfits, bat
tery charger, Port-O-Powers. steam
cleaner, reck rack, hydraulic and
stationary Jacks, bench grinder,
disc sender and buffer, tool toat
ers. service benches, vises. Air Pac
tank, drying lamps. Champion plug
cleaner, special hand tools, Nash
parts, accessories, etc.
Also
Remington and Allen adding ma
chines. pedestal and exhaust fans,
steel filing devices, desks, chairs,
steel lociters and parts cabinets,
electric water cooler, etc.
TWENTY-FIVE USED CARS
WRECKER WITH POWER WINCH
Terms: Cash.
Prompt Removal Required
mho. 6
OFFICIAL NOTICES
COMMISSIONERS, D. C., Washing
ton. February 29. 1956. —Notice is
hereby given that the Commis
sioners intend to make the follow
ing named improvements, which
are, in their judgment, necessary
for public health, safety and com
fort. Assessments for one-half of
the cost of the same will be made
against abutting property as pro
vided in Public Act No. 171, ap
proved August 7. 1894. All per
sons interested in the proposed
work are notified that the Commis
sioners will give a public hearing
at the District Building on Wednes
day. March 21, 1956, at 10:00 A M,
in the Board Room of said Com
missioners, to any and all persons
who may desire to object thereto.
NORTHEAST SECTION. LAY CE
MENT SIDEWALK: On the south
side of ACKER STREET. BETWEEN
6th STREET AND 7th STREET, at
an estimated cost of $140.00, abut
ting lots 200 and 201 in Square
861. On the north side of FOOTE
STREET. BETWEEN 42nd STREET
AND 44 th STREET, at an esti
mated cost of $1,850.00, abutting
lots 33. 34, 35, 36. 37. 38, 39. 40.
41. 42. 43. 44 and 45, in Square
5092. On the south side of GAULT
PLACE. BETWEEN 44th STREET
AND 46th STREET, at an esti-i
mated cost of $300.00. abutting lots!
35. 36 and 37. in Square 5129.
On the west side of KENILWORTH
AVENUE. BETWEEN BENNING
ROAD AND JAY STREET, abutting
parcels 169/71, 109/109. 169/104.
169/105 and 177/82. Also on the
north side of NASH STREET. BE
TWEEN 45th PLACE AND KENIL
WORTH AVENUE, abutting lots 5
and 810 in Square 5119. Also on
the east side of KENILWORTH
AVENUE. BSTTWEEN DEANE AVE
NUE AND NASH STREET, abutting
Parcels 183/49, 184/03, 184/66.
184/67, 184/69 and 184/71. Also
on the east side of KENILWORTH
AVENUE. BETWEEN NASH STREET
AND POLK STREET, abutting lots
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. 16 and 17
in Square 5118 and Parcels 184/84.
184/90. 184/91, 184/82 and lot 7
In Square 5164. Also abutting lot
807 in Square 5074. at an esti
mated cost of $11,550.00. On the
south side of VARNUM STREET.
BETWEEN SUt STREET AND 22mi
STREET, at an estimated cost of
$610.00, abutting lot 800 in Square
4232. NORTHEAST SECTION, PAVE
ALLEYS WITH CONCRETE: Pave
the entire alley system in SQUARE
3729 (EASTERN AVENUE. UNDER- ’
WOOD PLACE. KANSAS AVENUE
AND NORTH CAPITOL STREET) ,
at an estimated cost of $5,041.00.
abutting lots 16. 17, 18, 19, 20. 21.
22. 23. 24. 25, 20, 27. 28 and 29.
Pave the south portion of the
north and south 16' alley m
SQUARE 4028 (ADAMS STREET.
14 th STREET AND DOWNING
PLACE i. at an estimated cost of
$1,450.00, abutting lots 38. .39. 40.
41. 42. 43 and 44. NORTHWEST
SECTION. LAY CEMENT SIDE
WALK: On the south side of *
DAVENPORT STREET. BETWEEN
RENO ROAD AND NEBRASKA
AVENUE, at an estimated cost of
$500.00. abutting lot 830 in Square
1886. On both sides of OERA- i
NIUM STREET. BETWEEN ALASKA
AVENUE AND 14th STREET, at I
an estimated cost of $2,700.00, j
abutting lots 5. 6. 7. 15. 16. 17. ,
21. 800. 807, 810 and 811. in 1
Square 2776. On the east side of
NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE. BE
TWEEN ALLISON STREET AND
BUCHANAN STREET, at an esti- .
mated cost of $1,850.00. abutting
lots 39, 40. 41, 42. 43. 44. 45. 46.
47. 48, 49, 50. 61. 52. 63, and 54.
in Square 3308. On the north side
of PATTERSON STREET. 32nd
AND 33rd STREET, at an esti
mated cost of $620.00, abutting
lots 16 and 17. in Square 2021.
On the west side of Bth STREET.
BETWEEN D STREET AND E
STREET, at an estimated cost of
$300.00, abutting lot 811, in Square
407. On the west side of 14th '
STREET. BETWEEN LEEQATE
ROAD AND PRIMROSE ROAD, at
an estimated cost of $500.00. abut
ting lot 807. in Square 2769. On
the east side of 37th STREET,
FROM RESERVOIR ROAD TO R
STREET, the west side of 30th
STREET, FROM RESERVOIR ROAD
TO R STREET, and the south side
of R STREET. FROM 36th STREET
TO 37th STREET, at an estimated
cost of $4,300.00, abutting lot 802.
In Square 1304. On the east side
of 45th STREET. BETWEEN ELLI
COTT STREET AND RIVER ROAD,
at an estimated cost of $950.00,
abutting lot 801, in Square 1584.
NORTHWEST BECTION, PAVE
ALLEYS WITH CONCRETE: Pave
the north and south 2(>' alley in
SQUARE 1647-E (43rd PLACE. 43rd
STREET. MURDOCK MILL ROAD
AND BRANDYWINE BTREET). at
an estimated cost of $4,750.00,
abutting lots ,10. 11. 12, 13, 14.
20, 21. 827. 828. 829. <l3O. 831.
830 and 833. SOUTHEAST BEC
TI&N. LAY CEMENT SIDEWALK:
fe uth slde 0{ A STREET.
BETWEEN 51st STREET AND 53rd
STREET, at an estimated cost of
$300.00, abutting lots 8 and 9.
“J StiuM* £3OB. On the south side
of EAST CAPITOL STREET BE
TWEEN 54th STREET AND 55th
STREET, and the east side of 54th
STREET. BETWEEN EAST CAPI-
I9k^® TREET AN D CENTRAL
AVENUE, at an estimated cost of
$750.00. abutting lot 810, in Square
; > ~;R£.On the south side of
MORRIS ROAD. BETWEEN 16th
STREET AND 17th PLACE, at an
estimated cost of $1,126.00, abut-
Mg* lots . 61 ®nd 52. in Square
•5 8..4. and lots 23 and 24. in Square
SAMUEL SPENCER, ROB
ERT E. McLAUGHLIN. T. A. LANE.
Commissioners. D. c. mh5,6,15.16
LEGAL NOTICES
WILLIAM J. BRANNAN, Jr.. Attorney
1406 G Street N.W.
Filed. March 1. 1956. Harry M
Hull. Clerk.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia—
JAMES KANE. Plaintiff vs. RUS
SEL JAMES LEEDY and EUGENE
LLOYD SCHLOEGEL, Defendants.
—No. 6229-53—The object of this
suit is to recover the sum of three
thousand dollars ($3,000.00) and
no/100 for personal injuries suf
fered by the plaintiff as a result of
an automobile accident in which
the plantiff. a passenger In a mo-'
tor vehicle owned and negligently
operated by the defendant Leedv. ;
was struck by a vehicle owned and
negligently operated by the de-1
fendant Schloegel at the Intersec
tion of 3rd and Hamilton Streets'
N.W. in the District of Columbia
on or about June 16. 1951. On
motion of the plaintiff, it is this,
Ist day of March. 1956. ordered
that the defendant, Eugene Llovd
Schloegel, cause his appearance to
be entered herein on or before the
fortieth day, exclusive of Sundays
and legal holidays, occurring after
the day of the first publication of
this order: otherwise the cause will
be proceeded with as in case of
default. Provided, a copy of this
order be published once a week for
three successive weeks in the
Washington Law Reporter, and The
Evening Star before said day. (S)
CHARLES F. McLAUGHLIN. Judge.
(Seal.) Attest: HARRY M. HULL.
CLERK. By LLOYD E DIETRICH.
Deputy Clerk. mh5,12.19
JOSEPH A. RAFFERTY. Jr., Attorney
206 Southern Bldg.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 88871, Ad
ministration. —This is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the
District of Columbia. Letters Tes
tamentary on the estate of Percy
H. Minor, late of the District of
Columbia, deceased. All persons
having claims against the deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber. on or before the 28th day
of August. A.D. 1956: otherwise
they may by law’ be excluded from
all benefit of said estate. Given un
der my hand this 28th day of
February. 1956. LEO P. McCANN.
4333 3rd St. N.W. (Seal.) Attest:
THEODORE COGSWELL. Register
of Wills for the District of Colum
bia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
mh5.12.1P
SAUL M. SCHWARTZBACH. .
Attorney <
1109 Woodward Bldg. j
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURI <
for the District of Columbia hold- j j
ing Probate Court —No. 89.232. <
Administration —This is to Give!
Notice: That the subscriber, of the ‘
State of Maryland has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Ancillary Letters
of Administration on the estate of .
Ruth Lesnie Bassett, also known
as Ruth Lesnie. late of the State of
Maryland, deceased. All persons
having claims against the deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof
legally authenticated, to the sub- i
scriber, on or before the 17th day J
of July. A.D. 1950; otherwise they!
may by law be excluded from all;
benefit of said estate.
Given under mi hand this 16th day
of February. 1956. ETHEL MARY
BASSETT. Box 122. Glenn Dale. :
Maryland. (Seal > Attest: JOHN W i
FOLLIN. Deputy Register of Wills
for the District of Columbia, Clerk
of the Probat* Court.
feSO,27-mhft 1
LICAL Nonces tc—o
’ CHARGES B. miMUT, Aiwrnr.
1001 Cnnectieat An..
Washington. D. C.
‘ UNITED BTATEB DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 89061, Ad
i ministration.—This is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
State of Maryland has obtained
from the Probate Court of the
District of Columbia. Ancillary Let
ters of Administration on the estate
of Edwin Alderman King, late of
i the Btate of Maryland, deceased.
All persons having claims against
the deceased are hereby warned
to exhibit the same, with the vouch
ers thereof, legally authenticated,
to the subscriber, on or before the
28th day of August. A.D. 1956;
otherwise they may by law be
excluded from all benefit of said
estate. Given under my hand this
28 th day of February. 1956.
CHARLES B. MURRAY. 7104
i Beechwood Drive. Chevy Chase. Md.
1 (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGS
-1 WELL. Register of Wills for the
District of Columbia. Clerk of the
\ Prob»te Court. mh5.12.19
t EDMUND L. BROWNING. JR.*
Attorney, 3145 N St. N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURI
for the Dstrlct of Columbia. Hold-
Probate Court.—No. 88,986. Ad
• ministration.—This is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of David
J. Wilkerson, late of the District
of Columbia, deceased. All persons
■ having claims against the deceased •
are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof.
’ lcgslly authenticated, to the sub
scriber. on or before the 4th day
of June, A. D 1956: otherwise they
may by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estate. Given under
my hand this 16th day of Febru
ary 1956. MARY E. WILKERSON,
2323 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. (Seal.)
Attest JOHN W. FOLLIN, Deputy
Register of Wills for the District ,
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
Court. fc20.27,mh5
MARTIN MENDELSOHN. Esq-.
Attorney, Washington Building
Filed Mar. 1. 1956. Theodore
Cogswell. Register of Wills. D. C..
Clerk of Probate Court.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Court for the District of Columbia.
Holding a Probate Court. —In Re:
Estate of Charles J. Leach. De
ceased. Adm. No. 88.971.—ORDER
OF PUBLlCATlON.—Application
having been made for authority to i
sell certain real estate belonging i
to Charles J. Leach, deceased, as i
described in the petition of Martin i
Mendelsohn, administrator, for the <
purpose of paying debts of the de- ’
ceased, it is by the Court this i
Ist day of March. 1950, ORDERED: i
That Lomuel Stewart, 1625 South «
St.. Philadelphia. Pa.; Julia Ander- l
! son, Haymarket. Va.; Mary Stewart,
i incompetent. Central State Hos- ,
pital. Petersourg, Va., and Dr.
j M. S. Brent, Superintendent. Cen
tral State Hospital. Petersburg. Va.,
her custodian; Henry Stewart, Jr.,
Haymarket. Va.; Clarence Stewart,
Haymarket, Va.; Horace Stewart,
Haymarket. Va.; Larray Stewart,
Haymarket. Va.; Pair Lee Stewart ,
Griffith. Haymarket. Va.: Martha
Stewart Brown. Haymarket, Va.;
and Ruth Stewart. Haymarket. Va.,
each cause their appearance to be
entered herein on or before the
fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays i
and legal holidays, occurring after
the day of the first publication of
the order, otheiwlse this cause j
will be proceeded with as In the
case of default; provided that a copy
of this order be published in three
successive Issues of the Washing
ton Law Reporter and In The ■
Washington Star once a week for \
three successive weeks before said J
return day. JOSEPH C. McGARA
GHY. Judge. (Seal.) A true Copy. .
Attest: JOHN W. FOLLIN. Deputy \
Register of Wills for the District j
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate i
Court. mh5.12,19 «
HELP—MEN ;
ACCOUNTANTS, seniors and assist- j
ants; salary commensurate with
ability. Room 321. Union Trust 1
Bldg.. 15th and H n.w. —6 .
ACCOUNTANTS. Jr.-semisr.; perma- J
nent staff, CPA firm. Write giving .
complete resume; excellent starting
salary, good chance for advance
ment. BERMAN. GOLDMAN. LEVIN
& RIBAKOW. 1415 K st. n.w. —7
ACCTS.-BKKPRS. —We specialise In i
these positions. ATLAS AGCY., c
1420 N. Y. ave. n.w.. Rm. 506. l
ACCOUNTANT
Cost. Young man to train in cost \
finding department ot D. C. manu- «
facturer. Cost experience helpful but «
not essential. Knowledge of basic :
accounting necessary. Apply «
Stone Paper Tube Co.
900 FRANKLIN BT. N.E. )
—7
ADJUSTER
Young man for interesting
Job with finance company. Use
of company car—all company
benefits —vacation with pay.
APPLY ROOM 434
261 CONSTITUTION AVE. N.W. /
BETWEEN 10-6
—6
Administrative Trainees t
RECENT
COLLEGE
GRADUATES
LAW
GRADUATES 1
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1
EVENING
LAW s
STUDENTS |
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WE HAVE ,
Career 1
Opportunities
IN
Insurance
Administration i
i
Fast-Growing Company
Permanent D. C. Location i
Home Office Positions J
Immediate Responsibility 1
i
i
For Men With a '
Management Potential
i
Beginning as an un- i
derwrlting or claims
department trainee, as
have many of our • ,
youthful management
men.
We promise no mira- i
cles—we DO promise
real opportunity.
1
DISCUSS WITH OUR
PERSONNEL DEPT. ,
THIS WEEK I
f
1
Government Employees
Insurance Co.
14th AND L STREETS N.W.
PLEASE APPLY t
AT L STREET ENTRANCE h
1
* Advertising Salesman
j For noncompetitive paper. Must be *
; experienced and have car. L’heral
salary plus commission. ST. 3-618<
jor Box 240-L. Btar. —6
ARTIST or layout pers.. full time (
or free lance: bring samples to
i 1413 K st. n.w . 5:30 to 7 pm.
NAT. ADV AGENCY.
ASi HALT FOREMAN, experienced,
white: old line company, year
around employment. Write quali
fications to Box 233-L. Star. —9
ASST. SALES MGR.
($12,000)
REPRESENTATIVES (2)
($7,450)
SALES TRAINEES (2)
($5,200)
To take care of expansion we
need well educated applicants who
can speak fluently and are reason
ably aggressive. If available for Im
mediate employment call ME. 8-
2336 for interview with PERSONNEL
MANAGER.
MR. TWEEDY —By Ned Riddle
When answerino advertisments
addressed to Star boxes do NOT
inclose original references photo
graphs or other materials ot per
sonal value. Copies serve the pur
pose. Originals may oet lost
HELP—MEN (Cont.)
ASST. TO MGR.
PART TIME
Young man (white), 20-40 yrs. to
assist manager 4 evenings per week
after 6:30 p m. and Saturdays. Keep
present employment. Car necessary.
S4O-S7O per week minimum to start,
depending upon ability. This is a
very good position for any one de
siring a pleasant part-time job to
supplement their present income.
Apply Mr. Baker. Mon. eve., 7:30
p.m. 1110 18th st. n.w., 2nd floor.
AUTO BODY AND PAINT COMB.
MAN Excellent opportunity for
right man; must be able to esti
mate, work metal, and paint; small
shop; excellent working conditions.
Call Mr. Culler, BROAD STREET
MOTORS. Falls Church. Va. JE.
2-5100. , —5
AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC wanted.
A-l, sober, white; ideal working
conditions. 5Va-day week: hos
pitalization, insurance, uniforms
furnished. Apply 930 G st. s.w.,
MR. CRUZE. —6
AUTO MECHANIC, white, experi
enced. sober man; paid vacation.
Apply 1009 3rd st. n.e. —9
AUTO MECHANIC Tune up,
brakes and light mechanical work.
Apply in person. WERNER’S ESSO
SERVICE CENTER. 5001 Bradley
blvd., Chevy Chase. Md. —5
AUTO MECH. with TOOLS, TO $76
D. C. EMPL. EXCHANGE
WHITE AND COLORED
Short order cook SOS up
Dishwashers $35
Porters .. $41.60
Bus boys, exper. $35
Service station attendant $56
Hotel housemen $42.78
Tractor trailer, exper. SBO
Engrs., all classes top-pay
Parking lot attendant (permit) SSO
Oyster shucker, exper. _ $45
Salesman, no canvassing Open
1612 9th St. N.W.
HO. 2-5512 HO. 2-5514
«•__
AUTO MECHANICS
Auto mechanics (10). Volume in
dependent is moving to a new and
much larger location in order to
handle tremendous Increase in vol
ume and is in need of 10 TOP
FLIGHT mechanics. We do not
want anyone not now making over
SIOO per week. We will guarantee
$75 per week and expect to pay
much much more. Call MR. FLOYD.
ST. 3-4255.
AUTO PARTS MAN. experienced for
GMC trucks and Packard auto
mobiles. See Mr Bingaman. CEN
TRAL MOTOR COMPANY. 1201
Oronoco st.. Alexandria, OV. 3-
1500 —5
AUTO PARTS RUNNER and clerk;
previous experience not required
but helpful: hospitalization and
othir benefits. Mr. Gearhart.
ROYAL MOTORS, TA. 9-2900. —9
AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN Have
opening for 2 aggressive salesmen
to sell the new ’56 Ford: ample
floor time and new demonstrator
furnished. See Mr. Koval. LOOAN
MOTOR CO.. 2017 Va. ave n.w..
ME. 8-2818. —5
AUTO SALESMAN, no auto, exper.
required, but sales exper. in some
other field is. If you can sell, our
comprehensive sales program will
train you to be in the SIO,OOO
bracket or higher. Demonstrator
furn.. floor time, excel, pay plan
and working cond. Call MR. COV
INGTON for appt., OL. 2-9200.
—7
AUTO SALESMEN, age 18 to 35; get
in on the busy season; new and
used cars; no experience necessary,
will train. Bee Mr. Currln. LOOAN
MOTOR CO. (Ford), 3540 14th st
n.w. Apply 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. No
phone calls. —6
AUTO SALESMEN
Young man. 18 to 35. unexperi
enced in selling, this is vour chance
to become a salesman selling the
fabulous ’66 Ford. For details, apply
Mr. Watson. LOGAN MOTORS. 1111
18th st. n.w. —8
Auto Salesmen
N.w and used can; must be thor
ougly experienced, reliable and
sober; excellent pay. demonstrator
furnished; excellent Insurance bene
fits, vacation with pay. You can
earn over SIO,OOO a year. Apply
LOGAN MOTOR CO., see L. D,
COCKERHAM. SALES MGR.
1111 18th ST. N.W.
—7
BOOKKEEPER, full charge, experi
enced only. Good salary. EM. B
-6666. g..
BOOKKEEPER—Young man with
dble. entry Knowledge. No exper.
nec. Immediate opening for perma
nent position. Salary based upon
exper. All information in Ist letter.
Box 443-H. Star. —ls
BOOKKEEPER
SIOO per week to start. Chance
for rapid advancement. Must be
settled, nondrinker, and have trans
portation. Apply COLIE’S MOBILE
HOMES. 3Vi miles north of Laurel.
Md. on U. S. hwy. 1. Parkway 5-1922.
—7
BOOKKEEPERS
Wanted for positions in lge. retail
business; good salaries, company
benefits: must be experienced in
bookkeeping and accounts payable.
Box 159-L. Star. —« _
BKKPR., Minn. ave. n.e. .. $76
MESSENGER, h.s.g., white $225
PH. ORDER CLERK-TYPIST, S7O
DISPLAY TRIMMER, top exp.. SIOO
SALES EXPER.. paint. SIOO
Many Other Positions With
AMERICAN EMPL. SERVICE „
1319 F St. N.W. NA. 8-4142
BRAKE AND FRONT*” END ME
CHANIC. experience required: top
salary, plus bonus. Call Mr. Gor
don. LO. 5-3322. WHEATON FIRE
STONE STORE. INC., 11307 Geor
gia ave., Wheaton. Md. —5
BRICK LAYERS, non-union. Ist
class mechanics only. Apply 26th
and Keating sts.. Hillcrest Heights.
Md.: or N. Hamp ave. ext. across
from Naval Ordnance Labora
tories; or 7200 block Old Colesville
rd . College Park. Md. —6
BRICKLAYERS. white mechanics
only; long Job: 7 miles from D. C.
line on Indian Head hwy.; Ft.
Washington Forest. See MR.
BOONE. —7
BRICKLAYERS (2). white: A-l me
chanics. nonunion work. Report to
lob with tools at 56th st. and Cen
_tral ave. s.e.. 7:30 a.m. —7
BUS OPERATORS—LECTURERS
Drivers to learn sightseeing and
bus operation. High school educa
tion. age 25-35 years resident area
minimum 1 year. DI. 7-0600, per
sonnel office. —o
BUTCHER, top wages for the right
man: must have references. ROCK
CREEK SUPER MARKET 8326
Grubb rd., Silver Spring. Md. JU.
5-2242. —7
CAB DRIVERS
If you do not have an Identifica
tion card, we instruct you for
hackers test Men or women.
BOB’S STUDIO
131 15th St. N.E. LI. 3-5J02
CASHIER, white: TTo 9 p.mTThos
pital exper. preferred. Call FE. 3-
2000. Ext. 401. Mon. and Tues.
between 9 and 4 p.m. —5
CHEF—New restaurant opening in
three weeks: house specialty steaks;
no breakfasts; large seating capac
ity. State experience, availability,
salary, age. etc. Box 426-L. Star.
CLAIMS MEN'
Have you had at least 2
years’ recent experience in
handling automobile liability
claims? We have three open
ings for capable men who can
meet this qualification. This
is an opportunity to become
associated with a progressive
expanding, local organization.
Salary open: excellent bene
fits program. Replies should
outline experience, education,
marital status, etc. Please in
clude telephone number. Box
14-L. Star. —T
HELP—MEN
CHIEF TECHNICIAN, for 200-bed
hospital in year-round vacation
area close to Tanglewood and other
music festival?. Salary open. Apply
Pathologist. Pittsfield General Hos-
Pi ttsfleld. _Mas s.
■ CIRCULATION
TELEPHONE
SOLICITORS
Immediate openings are
now available in our Circula
) tion Dept, for persons with
i pleasant telephone manners
> —with the confidence and
ability necessary to do tele
phone saleswork. The sales
i commission is liberal and the
hours can be tailored to fit
> your requirements in many
cases.
) If interested In steady and
enjoyable work, contact Mr.
Harvey, Room 204. between
9 a.m. and 6 pm.
r
i The Evening Star j
: llth and Pa. Ave. N.W.
* CLEANERS, for apartment house de
, velopment; day work. Apply Apt. 1.
* 1301 Abingdon dr.. Alexandria. —9
’ CLERK, office: general clerical work
and typing; experience preferred.
Box 277-L, Star. —6
' CLERK, general clerical work; good
hours, between 26 and 40 yrs. of
age; $65 per wk. State experience.
; Box 404-H. Star. —8
| CLERKS (4). white, aged 26 to 40,
to do credit reporting on persons,
firms or corporations. Work is
; mostly on phones and in files. Lge. i
i office near 15th and H sts. n.w.
i Hours, 8:30 to 5. half day Sat..
starting salary $250 or more a
) month depending upon ability.
, Phone NA 8-8969.
) CLERK, perm, position, excel, chance
; for advance. Good sal. In a nelgh
, borhood Arl drugstore. JA. 7-2562.
t —6
i CLERK (dispatch), evening hours.
r typing required. LU. 1-5588. be
) tween 9 and 12 noon for appt.
CLERK, in retail store: experience
, not necessary. Call In person only.
BABY SUPER MARKET. 2457 18th
st, n.w. —6
CLERK
Night position. 6 p.m.-2 am.,
j and 8 p.m.-4 a.m.; 40-hr. we«k;
detailed clerical assignment. 21-35
yrs. of age. Apply Personnel. Room
I 602; open weekdays. 8:30-5 and
Sat. 9-12. No phone calls.
THE EVENING STAR
1101 PENNA. AVE. N.W.
1101 Pcnna. Ave. N.W.
CLERK-TYPIST, with office experi
ence: able to handle incoming calls
For large air-conditioning company. 1
Vacations with pay and other com
pany benefits. Starting salary,
from S6O to $76 wk. Apply In
person. Interviews confidential*.
R. & M. REFRIGERATION CO.,
j 227 L st. n.e. ■■ 6
| CLOTHING SALESMAN
i Must be thoroughly experienced.
, starting salary. SIOO Plus com
: mission. Permanent, advancement,
i Apply DEGAL CLOTHING CO., 711
: 7th_st. n.w. —6
> COLLECTOR-SALESMAN, full time;
. 5 days, car necessary. Experience
preferred but not essential; good
opportunity to earn excel, salary
‘ plus comm. TU. 2-8822. —8
i COLLECTOR, experienced only, or
i with legal background: pleasant and
firm telephone voice with the confl
, dence and ability to do telephone
collecting. Excellent opportunity.
Pleasant working conditions. Sal
ary open. If you are qualified, call
NA. 8-1474. „ —6
COLLECTOR-SALESMEN (8). age
25-40, white or colored, salary
while training, assured income
each week: car nec.; no canvas
, sing. WASHINGTON FURNITURE
CO.. 1145 7th st. n.w. —-12
COLLECTOR-SALESMAN for perma
nent position. Saturday only. Sal
ary and commission. You can easily
earn $25 for the one day’s work.
Age 21 to 45. Neat appearing. Car
. essential. Apply ALLSTATE HOME
EQUIPMENT CO.. 1719 Kalorama
rd. n.w. —6
COLLECTION MEN. whit* _ __s9o up
Hotel elerks §45 up
Cooks and short order $45 up
Drivers and truck helpers $45 up
Dishwashers and porters $35 up
. Bus boys _ $35 up
1 Young men, trainees S4O up
* Grill and countermen $45 up
. Pantry men S4O up
, Service station attendants*. SSO up *
r Parking lot attendants —s4o un
Fountain manager, white _ _ Open
Housemen, Janitor, live in Open
6th class, engr. $225 mo.
Various Other Jobs Available
METROPOLITAN
■ Employment Agency, Inc.
■ 906 loth St. N.W., near N. Y. Ave.
i
CREDIT INVESTIGATOR; outside;
full or part time. See Miss Jones.
KITT MUSIC CO.. 1330 G st. n.w.
DECORATOR for wholesale beer co.
Answer In own handwriting to Box
484-L. Star. —7
DELIVERY MAN, colored, for grocery
s store; must be experienced and have
» local references: good hours: good
■ pay. Apply McLEAN MARKET.,
! 4233 Wisconsin ave. —5
ELECTRONICS
I
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR ENGINEERS
I
l
FLIGHT SIMULATOR FIELD
ENGINEERS
Assist, train and advise military personnel in the
installation, maintenance and utilization of flight
simulators including analog computers, radio aids
to navigation and radar. BSEE, BS Physics or
equivalent experience required.
I TEST ENGINEERS
Checkout and align various systems used in flight
simulators—analog computers, radio aids, radar,
1 fire control and ASW, BSEE, BS Physics or equiv
alent experience required.
FOR TECHNICIANS
Men with two to four years experience in develop
ment labs or similar allied experience. Vocational
school certificate or college work in E.E. or Physics
giveh full consideration. Assignments include com
plete aligning, testing and trouble shooting of
ordinary units and complex electronic equipment.
ERCO OFFERS
A future full of opportunity for you ... if you meet
our qualifications. Excellent basic salaries plus living
allowance for field assignments and attractive
bonus for foreign assignments.
CONTACT JIM ARNOLD FOR
APPOINTMENT. SEND RESUME
OR APPLY IN PERSON
ERCO DIVISION
ACF INDUSTRIES, INC.
RIVERDALE, MARYLAND
WArfield 7-4444, Ext. 328
KELT—MIN
DEPT. MANAGER
AND SALESMAN
Radio - phonograph department
managing salesman wanted for large
retail store: salary commensurate
with experience Positions offer excel
lent opportunity for further advance
ment. Many company benefits. Reply
BOX 155-L, STAR
| =2_
. DESIGNERS
| DRAFTSMEN
: MECHANICAL
Experienced in Layout
FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFY
•Challenging work assign
ment. Opportunity for self
advancement; liberal vacation
and sick leave: suburban lo
cation. Convenient transp.
and parking facilities.
PLEASE APPLY
9 A.M. to 3 P M,
THE JOHNS HOPKINS
UNIVERSITY
APPLIED PHYSICS
LABORATORY
8621 GEORGIA AVE.
SILVER SPRING. MD.
JU. 9-7700
EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION
DRAFTSMAN
1. Chief draftsman, experienced:
graduate civil or structural engineer.
2. Estimator, structural steel and
miscellaneous iron.
3. Structural draftsman, experi
enced '*n commercial and light in
dustrial buildings.
Above positions are with a small
steel fabricating plant near Wash
ington. D. C. We want good men
and are willing to pay to get them.
Write qualifications and expected
salary to Box 628, Alexandria, Va.
DRAFTSMEN
MECHANICAL
Juniors, detallers. lay-out drafts
men. Positions open for men inter
ested in working with engineers and
scientist on electro-mechanical me
chanism. in designs-development
stages. Many employe benefits. Op
portunities for advancement. Sam
ples required .for Interview.
CALL ST. 3-0986
—6
ELECTRONICS
FIELD
i
ENGINEERS
STYMIED?
‘ IN A RUT?
NO
ADVANCEMENT?
A
CHALLENGE
OPPORTUNITY
ADVANCEMENT:
Await you with the Military
Field Service Division
Os the
BURROUGHS
CORPORATION
APPLY NOW
DON’T HESITATE
CALL OR WRITE
John A. Dombroski
Burroughs
Corporation
511 N. BROAD ST.
PHILA. 23, PENNA.
WAlnut 2-1027
HELP—MIN
DRAFTSMAN, part time, for kitchen
end bathroom remodeling work.
Prefer man living In Kenstnkton*
Wheaton area. Mu,t be food artl,t
on floor plan, elevation, and per
spectlve drawing. Oood proposi
tion with long-estab. Arm. Reply
stating exper. and qualifications to
P. O. Box 207, Kensington. Md.
DRIVER, white, (or Unen route;
under 35. Steady Job. food pay, in
surance benefits, vecatton. uniform
furnished. Apply DISTRKtT LINEN
SERVICE CO . 56 L st. s.e.
DRIVING INSTRUCTORS —...See
H. D. Umstott. AADTA DRIVING
SCHOOL. 412 sth st. n.w. —7
DRUG CLERK, part time, 3 eves,
and every other Sunday. Apply In
person. PACKETTS PHARMACY,
8472 Plney Branch rd., S. s l J 4d
DRY - CLEANING ROI’TEMAN. ex
perienced: guarantee and commis
sion. MARVEL CLEANERS. 3720
14th st. nw. _ , —ll.
ELECTRICIANS, wanted for steady
work. Apply KOLB ELECTRIC.
3247 Que st. n.w. —5 ,
ELECTRICIANS and experienced
helpers- licensed In Alex.. Fairfax.
Arlington: steady work good pay
Call ON 4-S.ono.
ENGINEER AND ESTIMATOR, part
time, for plumbing, heating and
air-cond. work. Oood proposition
with old, well-established firm.
Reply, stating experience and qual
ifications fully, to P. O. Box 207.
Kensington. Md. . t —»
ENGINEER, colored, must haye Hth
class license. For modern apt.
bldg Salary and Quarters. Bee Mr.
Crane. J. A. McKEEVER CO.. INC..
1732 K st. n.w, ST. 3-8800. —8
ENGINEERS
MECHANICAL
ELECTRICAL
WESTERN
ELECTRIC
Manufacturer of Telenhone
Equipment for the
BELL SYSTEM
Has openings for graduate engineers
with inttiatiye and ingenuity for
manufacturing, planning and devel
opment work and plant engineering
at its Baltimore Works. 2500 Broen
lng highway. Baltimore 24. Mary
land.
MANUFACTURING
ENGINEERING
Mechanical and electrical engl
nneers to do the engineering required
In nrovlding complete manufactur
ing facilities such as machinery,
tools. Jigs, fixtures, conveyors, etc.
FACTORY AND PLANT!
ENGINEERING
; =
MECHANICAL
I Engineering involved In installa-
Itions of plant facilities such as;
steam, air, water, power house equip-:
I ment and service facilities for ma-
Ichinery and processes.
Also openings In engineering in j
connection with material handling,
associated with heavy equipment
such as railroad, conveyor systems,
hoists Industrial trucks and mis
cellaneous general handling equip
ment.
ELECTRICAL
Engineering of substation equip-;
ment. feeders, drives and control,
equipment for specialized machinery
and'processes Must be familiar with
the National Electrical Code.
LIBERAL RELOCATION
ALLOWANCE
Mr. L. N. Schaefer, company rep
resentative. will interview applicants
!in Washington on Saturday. March
10, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Call
Mr. Schafer. NA. 8-4420. for per
jsonal interview.
OR
Send complete resume to
EMPLOYMENT MANAGER
WESTER ELECT. CO. !
*
2500 BROENING HIGHWAY
BALTIMORE 24, MARYLAND j
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ENGINEERS
ELECTRONIC MECHANICAL
Most engineers in the Washington area are familiar
with MELPAR and are aware of how we have grown
during the short span of 10 years, from our Initial
conception to a firmly established organization,
Subsidiary of the Westinghouse Air Brake Co., and
the largest industrial research laboratory In the
Washington area.
The growth of our company has, of course, been
accompanied by the growth of the individual en
gineers on our staff. They have found no lengthy
waiting period before the opportunity for advance
ment presents itself. As soon as they are prepared
to accept additional responsibility it is given.
Individual recognition is fundamental for advance
ment at MELPAR. Years of experience, age, senior
ity are all secondary to the merit of an engineer’s
job performance, in determining his growth.
Consider this invitation to visit our new laboratory
in Falls Church. We are proud of our company and
welcome the opportunity to discuss its merits and
how you can become a member of our expanding
technical staff.
FOR AN APPOINTMENT
CALL TECHNICAL PERSONNEL REPRESENTATIVI
JE. 4-6000, EXTENSION 220
Openings presently available in the following
fields:
•Network Theory ‘Radar and Counter
„ . „ , .. measures
•Systems Evaluation
•Packaging Electronic
•Automation Equipment
•Microwave Technique , pulse Clrcultry
•UHF, VHF or SHF . M icrowav« Filters
Receivers
, „ . ‘Flight Simulators
•Analog Computers
, . ‘Servomechanisms
•Digital Computers
_ *Subminiaturization
•Magnetic Tape
Handling ‘Electro-Mechanical Designs
•Quality Control and Test Engineering
Apply in Person
Monday Through Friday
8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
MELPAR, INC.
SUBSIDIARY OF WESTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKE
3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. FALLS CHURCH, VA.
(Take Arnold V-2 Bus from 11th and E Sts. N.W.
to Plant Entrance)
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B-9
THE EVENING STAR
’ Washington, D. C.
MONPAT, HARO I, 1—
HELP—MIN
i ENGINEERS
RECENT
GRADUATES
ELECTRICAL
MECHANICAL
and
ENGINEERING
TECHNICIANS
Desiring to Achieve a
General Motors
Career
Beginning With
Comprehensive
Training
plus
Stimulating
Assignments
Foreign
and
Domestic
Field
Engineering
Airborne
Instrumentation
Electronic-
Mechanical-Servo
Computers
These responsible
liaison engineering
assignments require
a personable indi
vidual with a high
degree of technical
ability, interest and
ingenuity.
Every conceivable
career advantage ...
j Pay .. . Position ...
Permanency ... Op
portunity ... Offered
Young Men Who
Can Qualify.
For confidential interview In
Washington on Tues. March
0. phone
DI. 7-2852
MR. S. SCHLEICHER
Company Representative
TUES., MARCH 6
9-12 Noon, 1-5 P.M.
or 7-9 P.M.
OR WRITE
AC SPARK PLUG
The Electronics
Division
General Motors
Corporation
Milwaukee 2, Wis.
| —6
Farmer and wifi, colored, over
40 no children, for general farm
ing; nearby Maryland; wife to do
g.h.w.: reference required; good
l salary with furnished house. Apply
1017 7th st. n.w., BT, 3-8484. ~-S

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