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EX-EASTERN MOUND STAR
Smallwood Is Signed
To Tigers' Contract
Bjr 808 HANSON
■tarsus Wrttor
Dick Smallwood, an out
standing high school pitcher
here and later on the sandlots
and at Duke University, has
signed with the Detroit Tigers.
The 22-year-old southpaw
was signed by Pete Haley, area
scout (or the Tigers, for a
modest bonus and now Is In
training at Lakeland. Fla.
Smallwood, a 6-foot, 180-
pounder who recently complet
ed a six-month tour In the Air
Force, had offers from the
Cardinals. Pirates and Orioles
among other major league
clubs.
e
Star at Eastern
Possessor of a good curve, a
sneaky fast ball and a fine
motion with a runner on first
base. Smallwood pitched East
ern High School to the Inter
high League championship two
straight years. 1953-64.
He was unbeaten in 11 games :
during those two years and ,
climaxed his high school career
in 1954 when he singled in the ;
winning run in the ninth inning
to beat Western, 3-2, for the
league title. Smallwood started
that game and pitched hitless '
ball for six innings.
Following graduation from ,
Eastern. Smallwood went to ;
Duke and pitched for the Blue
Devils’ varsity during his last
three years. He graduated last!
June with a B.A. degree in <
physical education.
16-4 Record at Duke
At Duke he compiled a 16-4
record in three years. In his
senior year a shoulder injury,
which since has healed, kept
him off the mound most of the
season, but Dick put in service
in the outfield.
In 1956 Duke was Atlantic i
Coast Conference baseball;
champion and repeated in 1957,
SBOWL/NG
WITH ROD THOMAS
After winning 17 of 18 games
< and six straight matches, the!
Rip & Kay’s team finally was
halted last night and. as a
result, the championship race
in the AH Star Major District,
League was thrown into a!
triple deadlock.
Sharing the lead with Rip Ac
Kay’s are Muntz TV and Clar
endon Bowling Center.
Clarendon, which won thel
title last season as Falls Church
Fiirniture put the whammy on
Rio & Kay’s with scores of I
614, 622 and 663 against 598.
859 and 575. Roger Groettem
was the victors’ big gun with
146-417.
Muntz TV won two from
National Bohemian.
Chevy Chase Chevrolet, the j
last to whip Rip Si Kay's before
last night, on January 6, scored
one of the evening’s two sweeps,
against Bethesda “40,” with
Ray Watson contributing a
141-402 and Harold Inman a
game of 171, part of a 394 set.
Mann's Potato Chips, which
blanked Suitland Bowling Cen
ter, produced the star of the
night in Bobby Lockhart, who
shot 138. 157 and 155 for 450.
Jack Barkley's 397 earned
Silent Sales Coin Machines an
edge over Pepsi Cola.
STRIKES
and
SPARES
By JOE WILMAN
Hips Don’t Move Off-Line
During Approach
A few days ago I discussed
how the right shoulder might
be pulled back and out of line
during the second and third
steps in the approach.
Today, let’s consider the hips
They, too, should be on a
parallel line, square to the tar
get, in taking your stance and
also at the finish.
The hips, however, should
always remain parallel even
during the second and third
steps. We show a bowler taking
his third step today with the
ball at the top of the back
swing. Even though his right
shoulder is pulled back slightly
off -1 ne, his hips are still on a
P*t?'-»c1 line.
If tV hips were to swing off
line coring the approach, the
rr.tu’S body would be sideways.
It wr»>.d be very difficult to
C'k.r.i them back parallel for
the remaining step-slide and
cahvery.
Ere? the hips straight during
yuur approach. Remember,
they're the unvhor to keep your
body rirsi.ht.
« tCoBVT«ai, less. Mia T. Dill* Co.)
DICK BMALLWOOD
Signed by Tigers
beating North Carolina in a
playoff after the two teams had
tied for first place at the end of
the regular season. Smallwood
relieved in the playoff game and
{was the winning pitcher, trip
ling with the bases loaded in
■ the eighth inning for the neces
sary runs.
In the NCAA regional play
offs at Gastonia, N. C„ in 1957
Smallwood was voted the tour
ney’s most valuable pitcher.
Dick pitched for the Federal
Storage team in both the Boys’
Club League (now the Clark
Griffith Memorial League) and
the Industrial League, the lat
ter the top sandlot circuit in
the area, during summer vaca
j tions. He threw a no-hitter for
Federal Storage in 1955 in the
Boys' Club League.
The youngest of two boys in
the family, Smallwood lives
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Horace Smallwood, at 1420
i Forty second street S.E. An
older brother. Joe, is employed
at the Pentagon.
Pat Crescenzi of Suitland,
the league’s individual pacer,
rolled 374 for 127-44, picking
| up 22 pins on his nearest rival
Norman Titus of Pepsi Cola,
i who shot 352 for 125-42. Billy
Moore of Clarendon, in third
(place, rolled 380 for 125-23.
The standings: Muntz, 44-31;
Rip & Kay’s, 44-31; Claren
don, 44-31: Silent Sales, 40-35;
National Bohemian, 39-36;
Chevy Chase. 38-37: Suitland.
36-39; Pepsi. 32-43; Mann's,
30-45, and Bethesda, 29-46.
»a * *
Rarely flashy but always de
pendable. Kathleen Marsh has
had a full share In the success
of the Suitland Bowling Center
team which leads the District
Women’s Minor League. With
a high set of only 346 up to
last night she nevertheless has
managed to hold an average of
105 or better throughout the
season.
She was a different Kathy
last night. Shooting games of
136, 112 and 143 she totaled
391 for the best set of the eve
ning and it was a timely punch,
leading Suitland to an edge over
Norton Troohies and boosting
its lead to five games.
Marilyn Rankin of United
Auto was an unwitting ally of
Suitland. It was her 142-375
performance that enabled
United Auto to shade runner
up Arlington Bowling Center.
Others who improved their
averages were Eleanor Sim
mons of Murray Electric with
137-361, Rita Robinson, Kot
zin’s Dress Shop, 357: Bettv
Stevens. Suitland. 352, and
' Ruth Domdera, Norton’s, 142-
! 351.
Kotzin’s scored the lone
shutout. Other winners were
Murray, Clarendon Bowling
Center and Rod ’n’ Reel.
Mrs. Stevens’ 352 boosted
her top average to 112-3.
Vance of Arlington, the run
nerup, shot 338 for 111-46.
The standings: Suitland, 47-
22; Arlington. 42-27; B. Prank
Joy, 40-29; United Auto. 37-
32; Murray. 35-34: Clarendon.
35-34; Kotzin’s, 35-34: Rod
i’n’ Reel, 33-36; Norton’s, 33-
36; Hendrix Steak House, 33-
36; Bladensburg, 23-46 and
MPM Market, 21-48.
GLOVES
Continued From Page C-l
work out that way and now
Mitchell is more determined
than ever to bring the 135-
pound crown to his club.
Mitchell is powerful and rug
ged. Like Wolfe, he lays little
1 claim to being a polished, fln
; ished boxer. He won by decision
. last week over Eugene Hughes,
I but it was his staying power
■ and strength that did it.
Hughes was floored in the first
i round, but he staged a power
. ful comeback which forced
I Mitchell to call on all of his
determination.
I Earlier in the tourney,
( though, Mitchell was a knock
, out sensation, winning his first
; fight in 25 seconds.
; i Thus the records of the two
135-pound finalists indicate a
' no-quarter match between two
l r fighters who just won’t give up.
i Silas Won’t Quit
Another fighter who is in to
■ morrow night’s finals just be
; cause he refused to give up is
. Osley Silas, middleweight from
> the Northeast AC. There was
r little difference between Silas
1 and Willie Williams, the man
he beat last week in a slugfest.
t Silas was in real trouble in the
, second round but just wouldn't
r go down.
Silas also Is t powerful alug
-4* r In his own right, aa he
Navy Looking
To NCAA With
15-5 Record
ANNAPOLIB, Feb. 25 (Spe
cial).—Navy winds up its reg
ular basketball season against
Army here at 3 p.m. Saturday
with an eye toward a berth in
the NCAA tournament.
The Mlddie are 15-5 for the
season, the latest trium.rh com
ing here yesterday, 70-56, over
Delaware. m
Delaware (7-13) gave the
Middies a battle, particularly in
the first half, when Frank
Wickes led a barrage of shots
from the outside. The half
ended with Navy enjoying a
5-point lead by virtue of foul
shooting.
Wickes wound up with 24
points, high for the game, while
Frank Delano scored 17 and
Dick Johnson got 16 to lead the
Middles to their 10th straight
home court victory.
I Delaware Q. p. j> T.
I I 2:l° i i 4.
t Adams 2 3-6 a 7
Lyoeh l u-o o 3
l Hamilton S :»-« 3 i:t
' SSS3L :::::::::::: ! « l 2
. Went* l o-o 0 2
( Baler o 0-0 10
. Tjtala 24 14-23 Til-58
Navy G. F P T
Metaler a 0-0 3 8
ohnson 7 3-2 3 18
’Brown 2 o-l a 4
r Bower a tt-8 2 121
Delano 8 1-1 1 171
■ Bean 1 o-o 1 2
Lend o a-4 2 a
Meaeell 2 4-4 i 8
1 Doyle 0 2-2 0 2
Total* 28 18-22 18 70
. Halftime: 84-28, Navy.
[
> Lattner Is Eyed
; For Denver Post
; DENVER, Feb. 25 <AP>.—
j Johnny Lattner, former All
-5 America halfback at Notre
Dame, reportedly is in line for
) the vacant backfleld coaching
, job at Denver.
I! The vacancy was created
when John Shelley resigned to
become an assistant football
coach at Southern Methodist.
■ t Lattner, who won the Max
well Trophy in 1952-3 and the
Heisman trophy the following
season, currently is coach at
St. Joseph’s High School in
Kenosha, Wis.
• BASEBALL
Continued From Page C-l
, Dodgers’ assistant general
[ manager, said: “Frankly I’m
not impressed with it. What
, they would be asking for is a
r man who could set their ball
I club. They would be giving you
a man who was two- pla
tooned.”
Because the batteries are
charged up early in training,
most of the news eminating
from the camps yesterday had
to do with pitchers and
’ catchers.
Manager Solly Hemus of the
Cards tabbed Jim Brosnan as
his No. 1 reliever. He also put
’ the finger on veterans Sal
’ Maglie, Alex Kellner and Marv
Grissom for, short-term relief
" work.
I I Rookie Pitchers Mike Dee.
J Don Hyman and Gaylord Perry
! fired the ball past Willie Mays,
' Hank Sauer and Ray Jablbnski
: in the Giants’ quarters at
Phoenix. Perry got about
’ $85,000 to sign with San Fran
s cisco.
I Paul Foytack, Detroit right
■ hander, predicted a banner
. season. “I’ve got confidence
r now that I can get the ball over
E the plate. It's the first time
jl’ve felt that way in the
j i spring.” said Foytack. who had
fja 15-13 record with the Tigers
j last year.
lj Pete Daley, Boston's reserve
. catcher, continued to feature
the Red Sox’ early practices
’ with lusty hitting. Meanwhile,
r Cleveland Manager Joe Gor
‘ don said he is trying to get Jim
1 Piersall to hit to rightfleld
‘ and the White Sox skipper, A1
, Lopez, is trying to get Jim Ri-
Vvera to hit to leftfleld.
Anderson Gets Raise
, On the contract signing
g front, Outfielder Harry Ander
. son < 301 > of the Phillies got a
raise to $20,000. while Pitcher
I Barry Latman signed with the
White Sox. The Orioles reached
. agreement with Pitcher George
Zuverink and Outfielder Lenny
_ Green.
' On the unsigned front, Mick
. ey Mantle of the Yankees re
mains steadfast in his refusal
: to take a salary cut. He came
up with a new statement yes
' terday: “I don’t know if I’ll be
i playing for the Yankees or not.
1 They could trade me.”
And Outfielder Bob Cerv ap
parently is having an airborne
salary battle with Kansas City.
“I came down more than
they came up,” Cerv said after
[ a conference with General
r Manager Parke Carroll. The
. club’s latest offer reportedly
tops $28,000,
. showed by a first-round knock
-out earlier in the tourney.
, The Northeast middleweight
will need all he can muster of
r his ability to hit hard and his
ability to take a good punch.
i He's matched against Eddie
. Brown of St. Joseph’s Club, and
j the best way to describe Brown
s is that he's big and tough.
Brown won on a knockout
last week when he put his op
.’ ponent on the floor and the lat
t ter twisted his leg going down
and couldn’t get up. Brown’s
5 punch hardly can be held re
, sponsible for a leg injury, but
3 earlier in the tourney he dem
, onstrated that he really is an
' authoritative puncher.
That was in the quarter
- finals, when he and Burton
- Barber, another of Northeast
s AC's middleweight crop, en
i gaged in a rouser through the
s two and one-half rounds it took
s to show Brown the better hitter.
i In Informal ratings at North
. east AC Silas is regarded as
s perhaps a bit better than Bar
t ber. So tomorrow night Brown
can expect just as much trouble
• from Silas as Silas can expect
e fpjm Brown.
SPINAL NOTICES
ALL INCOME TAXES
BY EXPBRIXNCBD ACCOUNTANTS
LANQLBY PARK TAX CBNTBR
OPIN DAILY 4 TO I. HI 4-2414
I WILL NOT b« responsible (or ear
debt* other then myself ADOLPH
A. OOLLUB. 21 Bth at. n.e.
28*
I WILL NOT BI RESPONSIBLE (Os
any debt* Incurred by any one
other than myself JOHN B.
CLAVELOUX. 134 Kent dr, Ma
nasea*. va. _ •
1 WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for
any debt* incurred by any one but
mvself. ROBERT B MORTON,
.'ranklln Manor Beach. Church
ton. Md .
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE (or
any dobt* incurred by anyone other
than aytelf FRED NOVEL. I? 07
Tuckerman at. n.«„ Wash. D C.

INCOME TAX RETURNS. Not ~8
former Internal Revenue aient.
no* a cut-rate speciallet. but lust
a corklu food Income tax man.
For competent service In your ovn
home, phone ME. 8-234* or EL.
8-2178.
OFFICIAL NOTICES
ALCOHOLIC BEVEEAGE CONTROL
BOARD WA6H. D. C February
1 (.7858 -Matte u hereby given
that the following persons have
spoiled for licenses under the
D C ABC Act. that remonstrants
are entitled to be heard before
■rantlnc ol such licenses, and
that hearlnas will be had upon
such applications (or licenses on
March 4. 1959. 10:00 o’clock am,
in Roum 707. Associations Bids..
1145 19th st. n.w.. No. 120. Peter
DeSUva. T-A Bkyland Liquors.
Ret 2447-49 Good Hope rd.
it ; No 1247, 2013 N. Y., Inc.,
T'A Kitty & Al’t. Ret. "C". 2013
New York ave. n.w.: No. 2*38.
Morris Moe Hein. Rose Hoin A
Bernard Seymour Horn. T/A
Deanwood Liquors, Ret "A” Lot
900 Square 5154. to be known
es 4714 Sheriff road n.e.; _No.
8.108. Raymond Hamilton Bell
man. T'A Anthony’s Grocery
Store. Ret "B”. 521 Bth st. n.e ;
No 8373. Ulysses Leon Hickersnn.
Jr.. T'A Thorne’s Rest. Ret “O'
'l3 H st n w ■ No 837* Lynerd
Brothers. Inc . T/A Cosmopolitan
C»»efer<a. Ret “C” 3«1 *th st.
«v F F WF4KTY 1 G TY
SON R C rnTLLTVAN (el 8.23
AUCTION SALES
THOB. 1. OWEN A AON,
Auctioneer*.
• 1111 E *T. N.W.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE
BRICK DWELLING NO. 3520
ELEVENTH (11th) STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a contain deed of trust
duly recorded as Instrument No.
3700 U et tea., of the land record*
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 THURSDAY.
THE TWENTY -SIXTH DAY OF
FEBRUARY AD 19.58. AT
THREE-TEN O’CLOCK PM,
the following-described land and
premises, situate in the District
of Columbia, and designatec a*
and being Lot numbered Ninety
eight (98) in Harry B. Willson’s
subdivision of lots in Block num
bered Forty-four (441. Holmead
Manor, as per plat recorded in
Liber County 22 at Folio 192. in
the Office of the Surveyor lor
the District of Columbia Said
property being known for pur
poses of assessment and taxation
as Lot numbered Ninety-eight
198) In Square numbered Twenty
eight Hundred and Thirty-three
• 2833). Subject to a right of way
and covenants of record.
TERMS SoW subject to a prior
(building association) deed of
trust for approximately 55.9K4 Ho.
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
9500 required. Conveyancing, re
cording. etc., at purchaser s cost.
Adlustments made as of nate of
sale Terms to be complied with
within thirty days, otherwise de
posit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at
tha discretion of the trustees.
R. EDWARD EARLY.
THOS. R. HARRISON.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON,
Auctioneers,
1111 E ST. N.W.
TRUSTEBB* SALE OF VALUABLE
TWO- STORY SEMIDETACHED
BRICK DWELLING BEING
KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBER
721 DECATUR STREET. NORTH
WEST
By virtue of a certain deed ol
trust duly recorded in Liber No.
10282. Folio 14(j. et seq . ot 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 THURSDAY. THE
TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OF FEB
RUARY. A.D. 1959. AT TWO
FIFTY O’CLOCK PM. the follow
ing-described land and premises,
situate in the District or Colum
bia. and designated* as and being
Lot 39 in Cafrltz subdivision of
Bquare 3145. as per plat recorded
in the Office of the Surveyor for
the District of Columbia in Liber
75 at Folio 146• subject to cove
nants of record.
TERMS: Sold subject to<, a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately 912,199.51. 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
<son required. Conveyancing, re
i cording, etc., at purchaser’s cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
j 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.
JAMES E HORN.
FRANCEB H. STOVALL.
fe14.16.18.21.26 Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON.
Auctioneers
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE
THREE-STORY CORNER BRICK
BUILDING PRESENTLY OCCU
PIED BY AMERICAN LEGION
CLUB. LOCATED 433 THIRD
STREET NORTHWEST ALSO
CERTAIN PERSONAL PROPERTY
CONTAINED THEREIN.
By virtue of an order passed No
vember 18 1958 in the United
States District Court for the Dis
trict of Columbia, re. Civil Action
No 2331-58. the undersigned
trustees will offer for sale by pub
lic auction, in front of the nrem
-6 „?£,J. HURSDAY ’ the TWEN
TY-SIXTH DAY OF MARCH 1959.
' AT TWO O’CLOCK PM . the-fol
lowing-described land and prem
ises situate in the District of Co-
Irnnbis to wit: Lot 811 In Square
oiO with improvements thereon
and therein.
TERMS OF SALE: Sold subject to
two deeds of trust aggregating ap
proximately *84.000 also other
encumbrances oi record. Cash
above said deeds ot trust. A cash
deposit of *5.000 required o( pur
chaser at time of sale. All con
veyancing. recording. revenue
stamps and notarial fees at cost
of purenaser. Terms of sale to be
complied with within thirty days
from day of sale, otherwise the
trustees reserve the right to re
sell the nropertv at the risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser,
after five davs of advertisement
Sf.t.Vi!! In some newspaper
ton d" < C n the CtT °* w,shln l’
rdfpin a brantliy,
1800 Eye St. N.W
ALTON S BRADFORD.
. Jnyestment Building
fe23-mh4.11.18 Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER * SON, INC.
Auctioneer.-Appraisers
T SV§'SE£?’ SALE - OF FOOD
MARKET. FIXTURES AND
EQUIPMENT. STOCK IN TRADE.
-In IN premises
street southeast.
LEASEHOLD INTEREST.
B T„„ vl . rtue 0, J * Chattel Deed of
win!*,lS cco rded . ded in u,>er 10413.
Folio 5,8. et seq.. one of the land
records of the District of Colum
pL*r,.*od *' request of the
Party Secured thereby, the under
gHWl . Trustees will sell by
Public Auction at the abnve-men-
D - rfm s '?„ ® n Thursday.
March q. 1959 at 3 PM.
nr .* nd confectionery
eases, comnutint and hanging
KnrtS’ *L il t®* r ’ meat block.
t/g’dt
TEW“c. , , , r h< ” d ,ntCT * st
H. KAMEROW.
. - L KAMEROW.
ft-A.rwhl .4 Trustees.
ANTIQUE AUCTION
-45 Minutes Prum Outskirts of D. e.
Sat. Feb. 28. JO A M
At aA.i Liquidation Co. ware
t£r*deS*cS rd Funks-
Md. Heated building, setts
Turn left above Fred
*rjck at Howard Johnsons on Rte.
Liquidating a large lot antiques,
etc. Several thousand items; token
listing below. Second hand wood
working tools and some nower ma
chinery, old antique cabinet
makers lumber and supplies, rough
antique furniture, etc. Above will
be sold in morning. 12 o'clock on
Better antiaues china and glass,
colored and plain G.W W . lamps,
wall and hanging lobs GRAND
. FATHERS 8-day clock, mahogany
and inlaid over 100 yrs. old: OLD
TERRY, pillar and scroll and orig
inal label, and other clocks and
guns will be sold at 3 o’clock
sharp ANTIQCB beds chests,
stands, tables, cupboards and
about 100 chairs, etc. incl. Carved
Victorian sofas, gents, and ladies'
chairs. Some good oil paintings,
prints, pictures, frames and mir
rors. Many, many article* toe
1 numerous to mention DON BECK-
I LEY Mgr. DICK KUNE. Auc
' i T \tioneer. 27*
AUCTION SALIt
(COMTIMUtP)
THOS. J. OWEN a BON,
< lUIaBT-**Vw.
a certain deed of
trait duly recorded, la Liber
No. 107*1. Polio 271. at m. of
the land record, oi the District of
Columbia, and at the request of
the party secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will sell at
public auc^ma^jn^gnt^ol^t^
Columbia, and designated as and
being Let 61 In Shield's sub
division of lots In Bouart 937. aa
por plat recorded In the OSes of
Hie Surveyor for the District of
Columbia la Libor It at Porto
144; subject to right of way at
record. ,
TBftMB: Bold subject to a prior
(bulidiiii association) deed of
trust tit approximately 57.410.09;
further particulars of which will
be announced at time of tala:
the purchase prlca above safa
trust to be paid In cash. A de
posit of *s'>o required Conveyanc
ing. recording, etc., at purchaser’s
cost Adjustments made a* 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 trustee,.
HOWARD BERNSTKN.
THOMAS W HUNT,
fel 4.1858jl ,25 Trustees.
NOTICE » HUBY GIVEN that
I will sen at public auction at the
Metropolitan Police Department.
D C. property clerk warehouae.
(raar entrancei 468-477 C atreet
at B.am.. Thuroday. Ptb
ruary 26. 1959. tha miscellaneous
liquor now in the posaesslon of
the chief (also property) clerk,
of the Metroplltan Police Depart
ment. D. C. Liquor sold to licensed
dealers only, who art licensed
by the D. C Alcoholic Beverage
Control Board. Terms of tala
check or cash. Earl P. Hartman.
Deputy Chief of Police, chief (also
property! clerk Metropolitan
Pphce D. C.
PROPOSAL*
GOVT. OF DISTRICT OF COLUM
BIA. DEPT. OF SANITARY EN
GINEERING. D. C.. February 20,
1959 SEALED PROPOSALS will
be received in Room 404. 499
P*. Ave. N.W.. Wash., 1. D. C..
until 2 P.M EST. March 3. 1959.
and then publicly opened and
read for construction of 18-lncb
OD. Btee! Watermain, Conn. Ave.
et Klingle Bridge N.W., consisting
of 700 lln. ft. 18-la. O.D. Steel
Watermain and 30 lip. ft. 12-ln.
Steel and Cast Iron Watermain.
Proposal forms, plans and speci
fications obtainable from Super
visor. Bid and Contract Section.
Procurement Office. D. C.. Rm
404, 499 Pa Ave. N.W. (Phone
NA. 8-8000. Ext. 2378).
fe20.21.24.23.26.27
LEGAL NOTICES
DAVID R. WOLVEKTON. Attorn.r
401 Evans Building
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
tor the District of Columbia. Hold
ing a Probate Court. —Istate of
HENRY W HILL. Deceased. No.
97.232. Administration Docket
202 —Application having been
made herein for probate of the
last will and testament of said
deceased, end for letters testa
mentary on said estate, by Agnes
M. Carey, it is ordered this 24th
day of February, A.D. 1959. that
Ruby Hill McNeal. and all others
concerned appear In said Court
on Monday, the Bth day of April,
A.D 1959. at 10:00 o’clock AM.,
to show cause why euch applica
tion should not be granted. Let
notice hereof be published in the
“Washington Law Reporter” and
/ “The Evening Star,” once in
each of three successive weeks
before the return day herein men
tioned. the first publication to be
not less than thirty davs before
said return day. (Seal.) Witness,
the HONORABLE F. DICKINSON
LETTS, Chief Judge of sgid Court,
this 24th day of February, A.D.
1959 Attest: FRANK J BURK
ART. Deputy Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia. Clerk of
the Probate Court.
f025-mh4.il.
FRANK VAN BANT, Atternar
1818 Washington Loan end
Trust Building.
UNITED STATES DIBTRICT COURT
tor the District of Columbia,
Holding Probate Court. No.
96905, Administration.—This Is
to Give Notice: That the sub
scriber, of the District of Co
lumbia has obtained from the
Probate Court of the District of
Columbia, Letters of Administra
tion, C.T.A.. on the estate of
MAMIE E. SMITH, late of tho
District of Columbia, deceased.
All persons having claims against
the deceased are hereby warned
to exhibit the same, with the
vouchers thereof, legally authen
ticated, to the subscriber, on or
before the 18th day of August.
A.D. 1959: otherwise they may
by law be excluded from all bene
fit of said estate. Given under
my hand this 18th day of Feb
ruary. 1959. EDNA H. CRAM
MOND, 3024 Tllden Street N.W.
(Seel.) Attest: THEODORE COGS
WELL. Register of Wills for the
District of Columbia. Clerk of the
Probate Court. fc2s-mh4.1l
'RICHARD L WALSH. Attorney
1369 National Press Bulldins
Washington 4, D. C.
Filed Feb. 20, 1959
HARRY M. HULL. Clerk
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. —In
the Matter of BERTHA A. JONM.
—Civil Action No 2991-68.—OR
DER NISI FOR BALE OF REALTY.
—Richard L. Walsh. Conservator
of Bertha A. Jones, having re
ported the sale of Lot 280 in
Square 1266. improved by prem
ises 2707 P Street Northwest,
Washington. D. C., to Jgmes B.
Vito, at and for the orice of
Fifteen Thousands Nine Hundred
Dollars (*15.9001. all cash, not
subject to e broker’s commission.
It is by the Court this 20th day
of February. 1959. ORDERED.
That said sale be ratified and con
firmed by the Court unless cause
be shown to the contrary on or be
fore the 16th day of March, 1959.
at 10 o'clock A M., at which time
higher offers will be considered
end objection* to said sale will be
heard in Motions Court, provided
a copy of this order be published
once in the Washington Liw Re
porter and once in The Evening
Star at least 10 days before said
last mentioned date (8.) MAT
THEW F McOUIRE. Judge.
(BeeL) A True Copy. Test:
HAP.RY M. HULL. Clerk. By
JOHN J. DEMPBEY, Deputy Clerk.
fe2o
SHIN BERG * SHINBEEG,
514 Washington Bldg.,
Washington 5, D, C.
(Filed February 20. 1959.
THEODORE COGSWELL.
Register of Wills. D. C.,
Clerk of the Probate Court
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing a Probate Court. —In Re:
Estate of CHARLES BIEN. De
ceased.—Administration No. 93<99.
—ORDER FIXING NEW DATE
FOR TRIAL AND PROVIDING
FOR PUBLICATION—The notifi
cation as to the trial ot the issues
in the case relating to the validity
of the paper writing dated the
6th day of September. 1956. pur
porting to be the Last Will and
Testament of CHARLES BIEN. de
ceased. having been returned es
to Mary Ann Ryder, Agudlth
Achim Congregation. Talmud
Torah Congregation, Walter Blen,
Belle Silverberg Day. Elsie D.
Sllverberg, Edward Day. Richard
Day, Chester Day and Harold Blen
“not to be found." it is by the
court this 20th day of February.
1959. ORDERED: That said issues
be set down for trie! on the 27th
day of April, 1959. and that this
order and the substance of said
issues be published once a week
for four successive weeks in The
Washington Law Reporter end
twice a week for the same period
in The Washington Evening Star,
the substance of said Issues being
as follows: 1. Was the paper writ
ing filed in this court and bearing
the date of the 6th day of Sep
tember. 1966. the Last Will and
Testament of Charles Bien. De
ceased? 2. Was the paper writing
under date of the 6tb day ot
September. 1956. purporting to be
the Lest Will and Testament of
Charles Bien, deceased, executed
and attested In due form, as re
quired by law? 3. Was the said
Charles Bien. at the time of the
making end subscribing or of the
acknowledging by him of the said
neper writing, of sound and dis
posing mind and capable of exe
cuting a valid deed or contract?
4 Was the said paper writing
dated the 6th day of September.
1956. obtained, or the execution
thereof procured from the said
Charles Bien. accessed, by fraud
or deceit practiced upon tbe said
Charles Bien by Joseph Munitz
or any other person or persons?
5. Was the said paper writing
dated the Bth day of September.
1936. obtained, or the execution
thereof procured from the said
Charles Blen, deceased, by the un
due influence, duress or coercion
of Joseph Munitz or any other per
son or persona? CHARLES F. MC
LAUGHLIN. Judge (Beal) A
true copy. Attest. FRANK J.
BURKART Deputy Register of
Wills for the District of Columbia.
Clerk of the Probate Court.
fe2tt.26-m1t4.5.11.12.18.19
G. A CHADWICK. Jr., Sea.,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
663 Southern Bailiing.
Washington. D C.
(Piled February 13. 1959
HARRY M. HULL. Clerk i
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Court for the District of Colum
bia —Ctvtl Action No. 2880-58
THE WASHINGTON AUDITORI
UM CORPORATION, e Virgtnia
corporation. Plaintiff vs. AMERI
CAN SECURITY AND TRUST
COMPANY. TRUSTEE. First Deed
of Trust Bonds of Plaintiff cor
poration: UNKNOWN HOLDERS
OF FIRST DEED OF TRUST
BONDS OP PLAINTIFF COR
PORATION JAQUELIN A MAR.
SHALL. TRUSTEE. WEBB C.
AYES, nr TRUSTEE, Second
Deed of Trust Bonds of Plaintiff
LKIAL MTIBKS
(CONTINUED)
abr^mbonT ß the AN a b A r a*h am
AND LAURA LIBNER HOME POR
AOBD WOMEN; E. 1. ADAMS
wESnHm
KswriwS
OOILBY, Trustees u/o ot Byron
OW
Trustee u/w of Wharton E. Les
ter. Deceased; JOSEPH L AR
AND ROSS CO.: CHAE W. BAR
BER RALPH P. BARNARD;
JOHN L. BARR; DAVID E.
BARRY: D. J BARRY: H. A.
BARTHOLOMEW; WM L. MALE:
MRS IDA ZIRKIN BEATUS.
DEWK) ZIRKIN and SCHLEY
ZfKKIN. Trustees under the Will
of Hrman Zirktn, deceased.
sSkS^alyT®
BOWIE, JOHN W. DRYE, Jr. and
THE RIOGB NATIONAL BANK
OP WASHINGTON. D. C.. Tru*-
taes under Will of Hattie Laura
Corbf for Mary Ellen Cnanninc
and Karl William Corby. Jr.;
RUFUB E BOYD: FLORENCE
O. BRADFORD; FREDERICK M.
BRADLEY; MABEL W BRAD
LEY. EDWIN C. BRANDEN
BURG; EDGAR N BRAWNER;
lOLA L. BRAWNER: BRBN
TANO’S. INC : LEWIS T. BREU
NINOER: MARY ELLEN BREWER:
BREWOOD, INC.: W H. BREW
TON: HARRY BRICK; A. JULIAN
BRYLAWBKI. Executor of the
Estate of Aaron Brylawikl; SAM
UEL Z. BRYSON. Jr.; WILLIAM
L BUSH; MORRIS CAFRITZ;
CHAS B CAMPBELL. LOTTA R.
CAMPBELL, widow and residuary
legatee; W. D. CAMPBELL; THOB.
A. CANNON; CAPITOL TOWEL
BERVICE COMPANY: W. E.
CAREY; ROSA FRANK CARR;
CARRY ICE CREAM CO . INC :
JAMES M CARTER; J. EDWARDS
CHAPMAN; JOHN W. CHIL
DRESS; CHILDS COMPANY. HO
TEL CORPORATION OF AMERI
CA: FLORENCE 8 CHRISTEN
SEN; CITY STORES COMPANY;
EDITH SeVILLE COALE: G. W.
COCHRAN Sc CO . INC.: WILLIAM
C COE; LUTII O. COLEMAN:
EDWARD F COLLADAY; COL
ONY COMPANY; BARNUM L.
COLTON; THE CONNECTICUT
PIE COMPANY: CONTINENTAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.; LEWIS
COSTAGGINI. DECEASED: LOU
ISE ARNOLD COUNSELMAN and
DOROTHY ARNOLD DUNCAN:
LOUIBE E COUNSELMAN;
CHARLES W DARR: HENRY B.
DAVIB: DAVIS WICK ROSEN
OARTEN CO.. INC; DIBTRICT
NATIONAL SECURITIES CORP.:
JOHN F. DONOHOE Sc SONS;
PETER M. DORSCH: ALVINA L.
DREW; DOROTHY A. DUNCAN;
VERNA P. DUVALL: J. E. DYER
Sc COMPANY; FRANK H ED
MONDS: JOHN L. EDWARDS;
DAVID C. BIKER; L. W. EUG
-BTER; ELMER L. EVANS.
JOBHUA EVANS. Jr.; OSCAR R.
EVANS: VICTOR J. EVANS. THE
EVENING BTAR NEWSPAPER
CO.: REMICK 8 FERGUSON; H.
W FISHER: WM. J. FLATHER.
Jr.: ROBERT V. FLEMING;
CHAS. H FRANZONI; FRAZEE
POTOMAC LAUNDRY CO.; FUS
-BELL YOUNG ICE CREAM CO ;
ALGERNON 8. GARDINER; W
GWYNN OARDINER: JULIUS
GARFTNCKEL: ESTATE OF
JOHN DOMMER OARMAN; W.
B. GARRISON. INC.; ALBERT 8.
GATLEY: BERAPHIN A. OATTI;
JOSEPH GAWLER SONS. INC ;
CLARENCE E. OEIOER: OLIVE
EVALYN GEIGER (Mrs. Olive G
Faircloth): FRED S. OICHNER;
CHARLES CARROLL GLOVER.
Jr.: CHARLES CARROLL GLOV
ER 111, and THE RIOOS NA
TIONAL BANK OF WASHING
TON. D. C.. Trustees under will
of Elizabeth L. Van Swinderin;
C J. GOCKLER; HANNAH GOLD
BERG: M GOLDENBERO: CHAS.
A. GOLDSMITH; DAVID GOLD
STEIN. FULTON R. GORDON;
HARVEY B. GRAM. Jr.: MRS
NETTIE M. GROFF; CLARENCE
W GROSNER: GERALD D GROS
NER: E. M. GUBTAFBON; MRS
ELIZABETH HAAS, Surviving
Trustee u/w Elizabeth Holmes;
RANDALL H HAGNER Sc COM
PANY: WILLIAM J. HARPER;
HARRINGTON HOTEL COM
PANY. INC.; S B. HARRISON:
RINGGOLD HART Sc JOHN J.
EARLEY. Trustees Estate Frank
lin V. Kellian, deceased; FRED
ERIC J. HASKIN: JACQUE HEID
ENHEIMER: GILES F. HEILPRIN;
MICHAEL HEISTER: W. CHAB.
HEITMULLER; GUY T. HELVER
ING. Executor of the Estate of
Mrs. Guy T. Helvering; LOUISE
C. HERBBT; MIBB JANE E.
HERRMANN: AMELIA L. HEU
RICH. Christian Heurlch. Jr..
Charles E Eckles. and Eugene L.
Harrison, Executors: W. S. HOGE,
Jr.. MILTON HOPPENM AIER;
GEO D. HORNING; MAURICE E.
HORTON: MARIAN V. HUMMER'
MARVIN F. HUMMER;
HYMAN PROPERTIES. INC.;
EDITH MITCHELL IMHOFF; HAR
VEY D. JACOBS: JABTLA Sc CO.:
FRANK R. JELLEFF: JAMES M.
JOHNBTON: JOHOL Sc CO : AR
THUR JORDAN PIANO COM
PANY INC : WM. JORG: A F.
JORBS: MAURICE JOYCE EN
ORAVING CO.. INC; GEORGE
E JUDD; S KANN SONB COM
PANY: MARY J. KAY; FLOR
ENCE SHEFFIELD KEEP. JO
SEPHINE BOARDMAN CRANE
and AMERICAN BECURITY Sc
TRUST CO., Trustees under Item
VIII A of the Will of Mabel Thorn
Boardman; THOMAS G KEN
GLA; FRANK A. KERR: CHAS.
KING Sc 80NS. INC.: J. LEO
KOLB: JOHN J. KOLB; RICHARD
L LAMB. LAMB SEAL Sc STEN
CIL CO,; JOHN E LASKEY; J.
WILMER LATINER and AMERI
CAN SECURITY Sc TRUST COM
PANY, Trustees u/w Charles H.
Cragin: THE LAW REPORTER
PRINTING CO ; WALTER LEA
MAN: RALPH W. LEE. Jr.; M. A.
LEESE: GRANT LEET. LEHIGH
STRUCTURAL STEEL COMPANY:
JAMES H. LEMON: CLIFFORD
LEWIB- MARY CATHERINE
LEWIB: LEWIS HOTEL TRAIN
ING 8CHOOL: JOHN A. LIG
GETT; LELIA 8 LINCOLN: FRED
ERICK A. LINGER and ELIZA
BETH M. LINGER or the Sur
vivor a.* joint tenants and not
as tenants in common: GEO W
LINKINS Sc SONS: ALVORD LIT
TLEFIELD Sc CO.: CAROLINE O
LOETBCH; JOHN T. LOKERSON:
ELIZABETH WALSH LONG: MIR
IAM ROBIN IUKENB: MERRILL
LYNCH: PIERCE FENNER Sc
BEANE WILLIAM W. MACKALL;
JULIUS MARCEY: WILLIAM H.
MARTIN. Jr.; MATHERB-LAMM
PAPER CO.: MAYER BROS. Sc
CO.: LULU I. McCLAINE; KATH
LEEN L. McOREER; ROBERT L.
McKEEVER: JAMES A. MEBSER
METHODIST HOME FOR AGED;
FRANK MEYER; EDNA H. MIL
LER A: FRIEDA H LOHMAN: M.
P MOLLER INC.; EDOAR MOR
RIS SALES COMPANY. E MOR
RISON PAPER COMPANY: STEL
LA R MOSEB MURRAY BROS.;
NATIONAL CAPITAL HOTEL
CORPORATION: THE NATIONAL
METROPOLITAN BANK OF
WASHINGTON. Trustee u/w of
William Muehleisen. deceased; NA
TIONAL SAVINGS Sc TRUST
COMPANY Trustee u w/o Henry
L. Breuninger. NATIONAL BAV
INGB AND TRUST COMPANY
and R. N. HARPER. Trustees in
Equity No. 55910 for J. 8. Tyree;
NATIONAL BAVINGB AND TRUST
COMPANY a Corporation, and
MAURICE D ROSENBERG. Jr..
Trustees under the Will of Mau
rice D. Rosenberg, deceased: NA
TIONAL PUBLISHING CO.; P J.
NEE CO.: FRANCEB ETHEL
BLAWSON NEVIUS Sc JOHN A.
NEVIUS as tenants in common:
BOTERIOB NICHOLSON: BAR
BARA 8 NORDLINGER- GEORGE
H NORTON: THEODORE W
NOYES; ESTELLE R O CON
NELL; JAMESO’DONNELL; BEA
TRICE D. OFFUTT Executrix of
the Estate of Hilleary L. Offutt,
Jr : THOMAB E OGRAM: BERT
L OLMBTEAD LEON 8. OPPEN
HEIMER: MAURICE OTTER
BACK NORMAN D. PARKER
BESSIE MAY H PACKARD:
SARAH B PARDOE: PAUL PEAR
SON: FRED M PELZMAN;
JULIUB I PEYSER; POTOMAC
ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY:
POWHATAN HOTEL COMPANY:
BEN L. PRINCE: MYLES H.
QUAIL: ETHEL S QUEEN Y:
JOHN C RAU: JESSE W RAW
LINGS: B. RICH SONB. RIGGS
NATIONAL BANK and MARY G
CORBY. Trustees u/w of Karl W
Corby; HAZEL W ROBINSON
Administratrix of the Estate of
Benjamin Robinson: WILLIAM A
ROGERS. 11. ROS6LYN STEEL A
CEMENT C 6.: M. FRANK RUP
PERT: HARRY L. RUBT. Jr;
CHAS. D BAGER: J H. BALUS:
W. STOKES SAMMONS. B F
BAUL AMERICAN SECURITY Sc
TRUBT COMPANY, Trustee; E
G SCHAFER Sc CO . JACK
SCHLOSBERG; THE CHAS
SCHNEIDER BAKING COMPANY
MABEL J. BCHNEIDER HERMAN
A BCHULTEIB FREDERICK A
BCHUTZ: ALFRED M SCHWARTZ.
SHANNON Sc LUCHS COMPANY:
ELIZABETH H SHAW: JAMES P.
BHEA ELIE BHEITZ: HARRY
SBERBY FRANCIB B SHOT ES
THE BHOREHAM. INC.: S BJL
VERBERG MABEL H SIMON;
GEO A. BIMONDS & CO . INC
MAURICE B BIN6HEIMER:
SKINKER Sc OARRETT; MARK
McK SLOAN: FRANK SMITH
LEWIS E SMOOT: FRANK T
STONE: CHAS G STOTT: JOS
P STUBINER: SWARTZELL
METHODIST HOME FOR CHIL
DREN A. EDWARD SWEENEY;
CORCORAN THOM: EMMA
THOMFORDT: HUOH A. THRIFT
LEON TOBRINER J CLINTON
THIBET: CHARLES 8 TUCKER
ANNA VARNUM (Anna Varnum
Schuldt): HARRY VINER: OEO
E TALKER; AUSTIN C WAL
a*
I LIIAL MOTICit
th, b. c ®V?
DAVIDSON 3c DAVIDSOW: AR
THUR P. DAVIS: HORACE CROM
WELL DAVIS: FREDERICK A.
DELANO: O J. DeMOLL 3c CO.;
CHARLES DEMONET: W. GIL
BERT DENT: JAMES M. DENTY:
DERBY EQUIPMENT COMPANY;
BABATOREDEBIO; R. B. DICKEY;
C. H DIKIMAN; ELLEN DO
HENEY: R. GOLDEN DONALD
SON; BERTHA DORSEY; DOU
BLEDA Y-HILL ELECTRIC COM
PANY OT THE SOUTH: A. H
DOUGLAS: WILLIAM BOONE
DQUOLAU: J MAURY DOTS
OULOa. N JAmls >R A > *DRAW;°Jo;
CHAB IBT I C BE* A THEOIX)RE j’.
EISHMAN' ASHTON POX EM
BRY; 8 SMITH EMMONS: NOR
MAN T. ENOEL. Jr.; BIRDIE
ERLEBACKER: L. WRITING
ESTEB; EDWIN H. KTZ. FENTON
M FADELIY: CHAS. W. FAIR
FAX; FAR
ROBBRT L. PARIS: JOHN FERRY;
MARIE MOORE FORREST: G. W.
FORSBERG; LOUIS J. & ROB
ERTA FOSSE: THE FOSTER 3c
REYNOLDS COMPANY: A. FRAN
CES POYI: WILLIAM N FREE
MAN: W. M. FREENY: HELEN
FRENCH; ISAAC CANS; HAROLD
P OANSS: CORA P GASKINS;
FAY MIUBURN GAUOLER; GEN
ERAL MOTORS TRUCK COM
PANY OF WASH.; BEULAH P.
GITTLEMEN: ALMA T GORDAN:
WM H GOTTLEIB EYRA
GOULD: REINS AGINB GRAND;
J. D. GREEN: ESTATE OP SAM
UEL M. QRKENBAUM; BEN
OREENBERO; PETER BROGAN
A SONS CO.; J. 8. ORUVER: E.
GU NDERSHEIMER 3c SONS; R.
E. L. HALL: CARY A. HARDEE,
as receiver of Federal American
National Bank 3c Trust Co.: CAR
OLINE G. HARLOW; HARRIS 3c
SHAFER COMPANY; SAMUEL R.
HARRIS CO.. INC.: SOPHIA R.
HARRIS: J. O. 3c E. A. HAYES;
ARTHUR B. HEATON: JESSE H.
HEDGES: F. J. HEIBEROER AND
SONS. INC : SAMUEL HELLER;
JAMES B HENDERSON; FRED A.
HESSICK: ROBERT E HESTER;
WM. A. HILL; SAMUEL L. HIL
TON; BENJAMIN A. HINTON;
ELIHU HORN; FRANK P. HOW
ARD; HUGHES FINANCE COR
PORATION: JOHN W. HUNT: E.
HILTON JACKSON: ESTHER L.
JANNIY: CHARLES JACOBSEN;
L L. JENKINS' GARDNER JOHN
SON ADVERfISERS SERVICE
BUREAU, INC.; OUY H. JOHN
SON: PRANK A. JONES; E. LES
TER JONES: ROBERT C. JONES:
KAHN OPTICAL COMPANY;
THOMAS P. KANE: D. J. KAUP
MAN; T T. KEANE * CO.: WAR
REN C KENDALL: J. MILLER
KENYON; KENYort REALTY
CORPORATION; M. J. BHER
RATT KEYS; HARRY KINO:
KINO’S PALACE: JOHN KUECN:
EDWARD KOHNER; JACOB KOH
NER: C. C. LACEY. JAMES J.
LAMPTON; LANMAN ENGRAV
ING COMPANY: C. S. LARIMER:
ELIZABETH A. LAUXMANN; AL
PHONSO W LEE; JOSEPH H.
LEE: JESSE L. LEVERTON;
GEORGE W. LEVY 3c BROS.;
LIEBMAN BROS.: O GOULD
LINCOLN: NEWMAN LITTLE:
JAMES T. LLOYD: A. LOEFFLER
PROVISION COMPANY. INC.;
THE LOUVRE; ADA HARRIS
MALEY: RICHARD N. MASON;
HARRY E MAYER: JOHN P.
MAURY; JAMES J. MCCARTHY;
GUY W. and GRACE McCORD:
John McDonald company;
CHAS. C. McINNES; FRED Mc-
KEE; TOWNLY A. McKEE: CAR
OLINE ELIZABETH McKENZIE;
ESTATE OF ROBERT McMURRY;
JOS. McRFYNOLDS; THOMAS
YANCY MILBURN; (ffATSON B.
MILLER: HARRINGTON MILLS:
THOS P MOORE: 0. E. MORAN
3c COMPANY INC.: ARTHUR C.
MOSES: W B. MOSES AND
SONS. INC.: I. EMMETT MUL
LEN; BERTHA MUNKER: E. J.
MURPHY COMPANY, INC : JOHN
r MURRELL: NATIONAL MO
SAIC CO, INC.: ROY L. NEU
HAUSER: E H. NEUMEYER:
JOHN B NEVIASIR: ARTHUR
NEWMAN: FREDERICK W.
NILES; D l. NUNNALLY; SIMON
L NYE; ROBERT LEE O'BRIEN.
HENRY T OFPTERDINOER; G.
W OFFUTT, Jr.: O. W OFFUTT
Sr.: HENRY W, OFFUTT: OLIN
OFFUTT: S PERCY OLIVER:
JOHN A. O’ROURKE COMPANY;
ESTATE OF WHITMAN OSGOOD:
BRIDGET PARKER CO : MARY
PASTORINE; VICTORIA A PAS
TORINE: LESTER C. PATE:
MARY M. PAYNE: G LOGAN
PAYNE: SAMUEL j. PRESCOTT;
M. PHILIPBBORN CO.. INC.; WM.
8 PHILLIPS: W. A. PIERCE
COMPANY; MAX T. PINES:
JAMES M. PLACE; ANNIE QUINN:
J. O. RABBITT; J. J. RANGE;
ANTHONY M. RAY: JULIAN E.
REED. SIDNEY REIZENBTEIN:
REPUBLIC BOILER A RADIATOR
CO.: B 8. REYNOLDS COMPANY,
INC.; WM M RILEY; W. F. ROB
ERTS CO. INC.: BARNEY ROB
INS; ALLEN H. ROGERS:
DODGERS ROBERT* C°ROCL
'BuSffi C „ U O N N°
ORA; JOHN H. RUPPERT: SAKS
AND COMPANY: ESTATE NA
THAN BAMUEL, JOSEPH BAN
DERS: WILLIAM H SAUNDERS;
JOSEPH SCHIAVONE. GEORGE
SCHLOTTERER: HERMAN
BCHRAT: EDMOND E. SCHRE
MER; ALBERT BCHULTEIS: VIC
TOR H. SCHULZ; HARRY A.
SE ABRIDGE: H WADE BEA
FORD: CHARLES BELDEN. Jr.;
fo^c«S E Y R: A?i MM M:
| A H C A 0 74ulK BHA H PIR c a S L feAN C :'
8 J SHERMAN; W. A. SIMP
SON: CHARLES W. SIMPSON.
Administrator Estate of Robert
M. Dubbins; ELLBBORTH T.
BIMPSON 3: FARLEY VEALE: A.
LEFTWICH SINCLAIR: LAW
RENCE A. SLAUGHTER; SMITH
A KLINE INC.; ARTHUR L.
SMITH A CO: T ARTHUR
SMITH: GRACE B BMITH.
MAUDE L CASADY. and LOUIS
H OUINTER as J/T: STANLEY
P. SMITH: JOHN BMITHDEAL;
CHARLES SONNE: JOSEPH 8T
JOHN STANDARD ENGRAVING
COMPANY. INC.: ABBURY F.
BTEARN; IDA E. 6TEGER:
CHARLES J. STEIN; CECILIA J.
STEPHAN: EDWARD J. BTILL
WAOEN: MRS. CAROLINE P.
STOUT AUDREY ELIZABETH
TRAVERS BTROHECKER WIL
LIAM C SULLIVAN; ISABELLE
M SUMMY: M. SWORZYNS A
SONS. IRC.: GEORGE B. TAY
LOR; WILLIAM D. TENNILLE:
ELIZABETH THEUNIBBEN: JOHN
LEONARD THEUNI6SEN: LEON
THIUNIS6EN: MARIE LOUISE
GERTRUDE THEUNISSEN; MARY
ELIZABETH THEUNISSEN AR
THUR I THOLL; JOHN W
THOMPSON: ROBERT MEANS
THOMPSON: GEORGE W TRIFB
LER: AMELIA A TUCKER LEON
S ULMAN: UNDERWOOD A UN
DERWOOD: HERMAN W VAN
BENDEN: DANIEL N. WALFORD
JENNIE Y and JOHN CURTIS
WALKER; WAR DEPARTMENT
CAFETERIA. WILFORD WAR
PFN: WASHINGTON CADILLAC
CO : WASHINGTON ELECTRO
TYPE CO. INC: WASHINGTON
A MARYLAND RWY. CO.; JO
SEPH F WEBBER: JOSEPH H
WATKINS: L. WEINSTEIN: LENA
R WELD OERTRUDE M WEL
KER: JOSEPH I. WELLER; EMIL
J WEST. MILLER KENYON. EU
GENE C OOTT, and DISTRICT
NATIONAL BANk. Trustee*, Sid
ney West: FLORENCE H. WEST;
EDITH A. WHITE: WALTER R
WILCOX: ADDIE M SMITH
WILKES: STANLEY D. WILLIS;
WISE BROS : ALEXANDER WOLF
A ISAAC B NORLINGER. Trus
tee* for Neannie Kofka: GEORGE
J WORTHINGTON: WM. C.
WORTHINGTON: FRANK H.
WURZBACHER. Holder* of Com
mon Stock of Plaintiff corpora
tion: UNKNOWN HOLDERS OF
COMMON STOCK OF PLAINTIFF
CORPORATION Defendant*
ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND
TOR DROPPING OF PARTIES —
This action came on to be heard
upon the motion of defendants
Nos. 5. 6. 8 and 9 to drop cer
tain parties defendant: and tt ap
pearing to the court that this la
a class action a* defined In Rule
23 of the Federal Rules of Civil
Procedure: that the first tru«t
bondholders, second trust bond
holders and the stockholder! of
the plaintiff corporation each con
stitute a class so numerous a* to
make (t Impracticable to bring
tlwn all before the court, and
it la therefore sppropriax
THEEVENINGSTAR
WariMfftM, 0. C.
WWinWc), February 25, 1959
mm
LEGAL NOTICES
under aald Rul* that certain of
aatd Brat trust bondholders sec
ond trust bondholder* and eortaln
of said stockholder* act in these
Brooeodtna* as representatives of
left respective classes, it Is this
13th dW Os February, 1939. OR
DERED aa tollowt —l. Any flr. t
truat bondholder, second trust
bondholder or stockholder oi tr,e
plaintiff annotation who falls to
appear In tala action Within sixty
dart tram je* data of thu order
•hall be autniaaticaUy dropped, aa
a party borate: provided that first
trust boMMMer*. second trust
bondholders and stockholder* of
the defendant corporation nl.o
Say have already appeared in
la action or who do appear
herein within told sixty day pe
riod shall be considered at actlut
as tha. raprasaatativt* of and on
behalf of all first trust bond
holders. second trust bondholders
and stockhoidtrt of tbt defendant
corporation, respectively: and pro
vided further that this shall be
without prejudice to the right of
any first trust bondholder, second
trust bondholder or stockholder of
the defendant corporation who
may hereafter be dropped as a
party under this order to appiy
to thla court, after notice, for
leave to Intervene herein. 2. The
- lilatitl* shall causa a copy oi thia
order to be published one a week
for three successive weeks In tho
Washington Law Reporter end in
The Washington Evening star, tha
flrgt publication to be at least
forty days prior to the expiration
of tha aforesaid sixty day period.
(■.) CHARLES P. MCLAUGHLIN,
Judto. (Beau A True Copy. At-
JoHN^O*KoMAfc U feopu'tTCiefk!
fe18.23-mh4
I HKODORE KLIGMAN.
Attorney.
UNITED States district court
for the Dlitrlct ot Columbia, hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 97346.
Administration.—This Is to Qtve
Notice: That the subscriber of
the State of Marylanu has ob
tained from tho Probate Court of
the District of Columbia, letter;
of administration on the estate of
MICHAEL AUK WARD, latt of lie
District of Columbia, deceased.
All persons hsvlna claim, aaai. I
the deceased are hereby warned io
exhibit tbe same, wlm toe Vuue.,-
ers thereof, legally authenticated,
to the subscriber on or before the
18th day of Aueust. A.D. 1959;
otherwise they may by law be ex
cluded from all benefit of said
estate. Given under my hand tine
18th day of February, 1959.
(Seal). Attest: THEODORE
COGSWELL. Register ot Wills for
the District of Columbia. Clerk of
tha Probata Court. feb2s,mar4.n
LAMAS $. CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorney
unjubjbtates district court
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probata Court. —No. 9.815.
Administration.—This is to Oivo
Notice: That tho abscrlber. of llio
District ot Columbia has obtamrd
from the Probate Court of tho
District of Columbia, letters tes
tamentary on tha estate ol ELIZ
ABETH a. WHBT, late of the Di •
trlct ot Columbia, deceased. All
persons having claims against turn
deceased are hereby warned o
exhibit the same, with the vouch
ers thereof, letslly authenticated,
to the subscriber, on or before
the 19th day of August. AD
1959: otherwise they mav by Lw
be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Oiven under my hand
Six 19th day of February. 1959.
IMAR E CHAMBERLAIN. 3lull
Massachusetts Avenue N.W iSeal )
Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL.
Register of Wills lor the District
ol Columbia. Clerk of the Pro
late Court. fe2 5- m ar4. U
SAMUEL J. L’HOMMEDIEIi,
Attorney.
82* Wash. Lean and Truat Bldg.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 96965.
Administration.—This Is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of
the District of Columbia has
obtained from the Probate Court
of the District ot Columbia, letters
testamentcry on the estate ol
SARAH EDNA BOWLES, late ol
the Dtetrlct of Columbia, de
ceased. Ail persons having claims
against the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, lee-iiy
authenticated, to the subscriber,
on or before the 18th day of Au
gust. A.D. 19*9; otherwise they
may by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estate. Oiven under
my hand this 18th day ol Feb
ruary. 1969. FRIEDA A. BOWLES,
6427 16th Street N.W. (Seal ) At
toet: THEODORE COGSWELL.
Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia. Clerk of tho Probato
Court.
fe26-mh«,ll
CHARLES T. CLAYTON. Attoraer.
1343 Gee! Have Knag S.E..
Washington 20. D. C.
UNITED BTATES DISTRICT CQURT
tor the District of Columbia, Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 97362.
Administration.—Thle Is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of
the State ot Ohio has obtained
from the Probate Court of the
District of Columbia, letters of
administration on the estate of
JOHN o. THOMPSON, late of the
District of Columbia, deceased
All persons havlnt claims against
the deceased are hereby warned
to exhibit the same, with the
vouchers thereof, legally authenti
cated. to the subscriber, on or be
fore the 17th day ot August. A D.
1969: otherwise they may by Isw
be excluded from all benefit of
;> d estate Given under my hand
this 17th day of February, 1959.
RALPH E. THOMPSON, 7M Clark
rt'vMt, Cambridge, Ohio. < Seal 1
Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL.
Register ol Wills for the Dtetrlct
of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
.Court. fe26-mar4,l 1
WILLEY A CROOKS, Attarneye,'
925 16th Street N.W.,
Washington 5, D. C.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia, Hold
ing Probate Cburt—No. 97359.
Administration.—This Is to Qlve
Notice: That the subscriber, of
the state of Maryland has ob
tained from the Probate Court of
the District of Columbia. Letters
Testamentary on the estate of
MAROARET K DORNIN, late of
the District of Columbia, deceased.
All persons having cletms against
the deceased are hereby warned
to exhibit the same, with tha
vouchers thereof, leaally authenti
cated. to the subscriber, on or
b*Jore the 17th day of Augusi,
A D. 1959; otherwise they may bv
law be excluded from all benefit
of said estate Oiven under my
iffi “gaflUStf 8 DWYE&
THEODORE COOBWELL. Register
of Wills for the District of Colum
blg. Clerk of the Probte Court.
O’DONOGHUE A O DONOGHUeT
Attorneys. Union Trust Building
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court No 97070.
Administration.—This Is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia, has obtained
from the Probate Court of the
District of Columbia. Letters Tes
twmentary on the estate of
FRANCES REED HARKNEBB. lata
of the District of Columbia, de
ceased. All persons having elgtme
against the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, leaally au
thenticated. to the subscriber, on
< Vr?' f ,°„ r ?„ th€ .J ßth , o* s ®( August,
A.D. 19o9; otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all benefit
of said estate Given under my
hand this 18th day of February,
1969. DANIEL W. O’DONOGHUE,
Jr., Union Trust Building. (Beal l
Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL.
Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
.Court. _ fe2s-mh4,l 1
ALBERT B. BRAULT, Atternejf
516 Transaerlatlon Building
(Filed February 9. 1959
HARRY M. HULL. Clerk !
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia.—
EUOENE DALY and HONORA E.
DALY, Plaintiffs, ve M. A. STEELE.
Defendant —No 25-69 Tha
object of this suit Is to appoint
a substitute trustee under a deed
of trust recorded In Liber No.
8276 at Polio No. 19 in the Office
of the. Recorder of Deeds for the
District of Columbia. On motion
of the plaintiff. It it this 9th
da? of February. 1959, ordered
that the defendant. M A STEELE,
cause his appearance to be en
tered herein on or before tho
fortieth day. exclusive of Sun
<f*?s and legal holidays, occurtn#
after the day of the first publi
cation of this order: otherwise
the cause will be proceeded with
as in cast of default. Provided,
a copy of this order be published
once a week for three successive
weeks in the Washington Law
ReDorter and The Evening 6tar
®'fo, r ' /sM a* v .8 i MATTHEW
s» ir m e ju H d u r £L ,B *c*^k A nv
JOHN J DEMPSEY, Deputy Clerk.
i( I 1.1 P.. 0
HARRY E. FAKE7 Attorney - ’
2726 32nd direct S.E.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing a Probate Court —Estate of
ESTON R BROYLES. Deceased
No. 97.286. Administration Docket
202. -- Application havlnt been
made herein for probate of tho
last will and testament of said de
ceased and for letter* teatamen
tory on said estate, by INA C.
BROYLES, it U ordered this 16 th
day ofPebniary, AD. 19*9. that
Randall H Brorlet. Ward Broylea,
Gail Broylea. Capt Dudley Broyles,
Charlotte Stombock. Evelyn Klbler.
Janey Fedyshrn and all othera
concerned, appear in said Court
on Monday, the 30th day of
March A D 1959, at 10 o'clock
AM. to show cause why such
application should not be (ranted.
Let notice hereof be published in
the “Washington Law Reporter”
and "The Evening Star." once la
each of three successive weeks be
fore the return day herein men
tioned. the first publication to bo
not less than thirty days before
•aid return day Witness, tha
Honorable F. DICKINSON LETTS.
Chief Judge of said Court, thlo
the Probate Court. fej*.'.4-s»h4__
JfTonttnued on Next Pago) 4
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