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MERCHANTS More than 150 business men •f Northeast Washington are mem bers of the Northeast Business Men’s Association, the organiza tion staging tonight’s big parade and carnival on H St. N, E. The complete roster of the organiza tion, growing every day in mem bership, follows: J. William Weber, 404 H St.; Frank Weaver, 511 Second St.; Dr. E. T. Stephenson, 208 Mary land Ave.; Dr. P. A. Laddon, 237 H St.; W. H. Sardo, 412 H St.; A. Malzels, 501 H St.; Ray Deaner. 507 H St.; Gus Hartig, 509 H St.; Nelson Furniture Company, 508 H St., and M. Goldstein, 504 H St. Dr. F. L. Arends, 506 H St.; H. R. King, 514 H St.; Bernard Berger, 514 H St.; W. Levy, 510 H St.; Dr. W. A. Murray. 602 H St.; Nathan Rome. 607 H St.; Joseph Schwartz, 609 H St.; E. C. Poston, 615 H St.; Benny Ouris tnan, 610 H St.; Timothy Hanlon, •41 H St.; S. B. Danheiser, 643 H St, and Henry Wahl, 655 H St. Other Active Members Frank Ruppert, 636 H St; Frank Lanham, 638 H St.; F. Sexton, 647 H St; William Ward, 807 Seventh St.; James Chawaka, 645 H St.; Harry Bennit, 702 H St.; Kor man Bros., 706 H St.; William Stein, 708 H St.; A. W. Siever ling, 710 H St.; Ben Kraft, 714 H St.; John Pappas, 716 H St.; Hermann Bros.. 717 H St.; Frank Pew, 719 H St., and J. Gilder, 725 H St. H. P. White, American Security and Trust Company; C. D. Holden. 710 Eighth St.; Thomas Haden, •40 G St.; Turner J. Ross, 402 Eighth St.; James P. Farmer. 402 Eighth St.; E. C, Sherfey, Ninth and E Sts.; Easter Frazier, 518 Tenth St.; C. Harbin, Ninth and E Sts.; Frank Razee, 624 Ninth St.; Myer Herson, 62 H St.; George Clagett, 517 C St.; A. A. Thompson, 723 H St.; John M. Beane, 1110 Fifth St., and Louis Kavakas, 809 H St W.' H. Burch, 310 H St.; Dr. W. E Bradley, 804 H St.; Dr. Robert McCullough, 810 H St.; Dr. Sul livan, 810 H St.; L. Hommeden, 810 H St.; M. Cohen, 807 H St.; H. R. Lewis, Northeast Savings Bank; I. Miller, 801 H St.; I. Narcissenfeld, 803 H St.; Charles Clark, 811 H St.; Dan Gotses, 817 H ®t.;_Dr. Mackall, 828 H St.; W. W. Deal. 818 H St.; W. H. Wyman, 924 H BL, and A. E. Felser, 901 H St. Among Fteters Tonight W, C. Rausch, 917 H St.; H. A. Garren, 907 H St.; James C. Nealon, 1001 I St.: H. E. Glotzbach, 923 Twelfth St.; Nick Evangelos, 921 H St.; Dr. L. Kunzelman, 914 H St.; W P Cooke, 910 H St.; Tony No rero. Tenth and H Sts.; Frank Day. Centh and H Sts.; S. Frankel, 923 H St.* J- D. Scheer, 1003 H St., and W. A’ Reidl, jr., 1006 H St. j. Thomas, 1015 A. 1023 Abraham. HOT H 8t •1126 H SU James Coldaos, HOB H St.; Roy de IIMTH St.; William Mavfis, Till H Chidakel, 1012 H St.; William A. Riedl, sr., 1004 H St • Bernard Cohen, 1006 Ninth BL* J Davte, !•!« H St.; H. Green, 1119 H St.; Arthur Gerish, 630 Tenth St-, and C. R- Hysan, 1H« H A St ’Kleeblatt, 1100 H St.; John iJmbros, 1007 H St.; Samuel Ven- H St.; 1120 H St.; J. Rosen, 1250 H St., W Brown, 1227 H St.; Thomas A Carlin. 917 Twelfth St; A. F.TTh St ; William B. Honey, 1285 Morse St., and Jack Love, 1343 H St. Balance on List C. C. McMullen, 1236 H St.; L. L. fiteiner, 1823 H St.; J. Wolf, 1332 w fit • D Antonia, 1380 H St.; H. A Caswell, 1353 H St.; W. B. Ai-eecv 1308 H St; Tony Durwon. ?22?H St.; J. Durlty, 1354 H St.; *S Fainman, 1427 H St.; George H. James, Benning Service Station; fiadak Company, 1451 ▲ve • Charles Talbert, 1498 H St., Angelo Papachrist, 1016 Bladens- SJrg Rd., and Charles Schench, 1166 Bladensburg Rd. W. E. Stoops, B irst and New Vm-k Ave.; Stephen Lefas, 911 IZSnt s’ E. Prather. 70S H St.: EJ. Moran, 716 H St.: L. Bracker. «48 H St.: Gus Blcchman, 700 H Ft.: Joseph Pizzutl, 709 H St.. Bernace Trupp, 721 H St.; N. Cri vella92s H St.: William Osh in sky, *•24 H St.; Dr. Louis Notes, 1104 H St.* J. N. Probey, 1200 H St.. Dike man’s, Seventh and H Sts.; Leo T. Waterman, 806 H St.; Peoples Drug Stores; M. Goldstein, 905 H St.; R. E Norton, 1001 H St.; J. Linder, and Son, 1203 H St., and Leon Krooler, 1239 H St. Abram Shulman, 1237 H St., David J. Fitzgibbons, 808 H St.: A. S Pike 635 H St.: W. L. Robert -on 649 H St.; Empire Theater, k H. Hurz, 417 H St.: Woolworth’s. Ml 3 H St.: C. H Olive. 1119 H st • Try Me Bottling Works, 1345 Florida Ave.; D. Del Becchio, 1434 Florida Ave.*, W. S. William?. 1424 Florida Ave.; A. Dyso, 1225 H St.; Mrs. H. L. Roberts, 515 H St.. Henry Sollers. 300 H St.jMyer Mil jer, 300 H St.; Martin Weber. 513 H St.: Nathan Sisvasky. I® oo « Ft.; Mike Kontsos, .04 H St. Mr. Caylor, 723 Fifth St., and Standard Awning Company, 830 Bladensburg Rd. 6EMMES BRANCH SELLS VEHICLES IN NORTHEAST Distributing Dodge Brothers au tomobiles and Graham Brothers trucks in the northeast is a branch of the Semmes Motor Company, 1425 Florida Ave. N. E., at the in tersection of Florida avenue and H St. N. E. This company is located in an architecturally beautiful building which adds materially to the at tractiveness of the northeast busi ness section. PRIZES TO BE AWARDED AT NORTHEAST FETE One hundred dollars in prizes will be awarded tonight for the best decorated float automobile and truck in the parade, and for the best decorated store front. There will be two prizes in each group, 815 and 810. A committee of newspapermen representing the local papers, will be judges. DIRECTING NORTHEAST CELEBRATION | amyjw .-/jj r -IAOn Um *n ■•J 'vW ’ r .. „ r . . v . , COMMITTEE OF PROMINENT business men, all members of the Northeast Business Men’e‘Asso ciation, planned and will direct the big celebration tonight. In the group, left to right, are William S. Smith J C Nealon, Dr. Robert McCullough, Myer Cohen, E. Clarence Poston, Hubert Newsom, L. P. Steiner, Harry P. White, W. Reginald Lewis, Frank j. Ruppert and George F. Hoover. WHITE EXPLAINS HE FETE Harry P. White, president of the Northeast Business Men’s Associa tion, which organization is staging tonight’s big carnival, has given out the following messaga to the people of Washington: ‘Tonight Northeast Washington goes another step forward. The new lights on H Street, the main thor oughfare of the section, will be turned on. This street will in the future be as brilliantly lighted as any avenue in Washington. “We of the Northeast will be proud tonight. This great section, with its tens of thousands of peo ple, is growing in greater propor tions, I believe, than any other sec tion in the National Capital. “Northeast Wasnington is a city in itself. _H Street is our ‘down town’ district, in which there are shops to meet every family need and theater facilities to provide al! necessary entertainment. Watch Northeast Washington! - “We invite every resident of Washington to join with us tonight in our great celebration. We prom ise the visitors a real good time. And while they are in the North east, we want them to look over our section and learn of its many advantages.’* For several months a special committee has been at work day and night making plans for to night’s celebration. Neither time nor money has been spared to make the demonstration a big success. Long before the parade and car nival was thought of, hdwever, the association was working for bet ter lighting on H Street. Petitions were sent to the District Commis sioners and personal visits were made to the District Building in the in terest of the new lights. The as sociation recently won its battle for better lights and decided to stage a carnival in celebration. ■-Hubert Newsom, a prominent real -estate man, is general chairman of the committee in charge. W. R. Lewis is chairman of the parade committee; Clarence Poston, music committee; Dr. Robert W. McCul lough, publicity committee; Frank J. Ruppert, finance, and Myer Cohen, floats." He Borrowed Trouble PHILADELPHIA, April 28. Charles Kemper, negro, "borrowed*' an automobile to take three friends for a ride, which ended when the machine crashed into a pile of rocks on the curbing of Lancaster Pike near Church Road. Congratulations to the Northeast Business Men’s Association WJMi _ i.. llJ'' 111 - j , - i w" M Ifll rr ' Hk lßw j L Northeast Savings Bank 800 H Street N. E. L P. Steaart, Pres. Chas. R. Talbert, V. Pres. George F. Hoover, V. Pres. W. Reginald Lewis, Cashier Jas. B. Flynn, Counsel DIRECTORS Jas. H Brodnax Ike Narciaenfeld Jas. H. Earley, M. D. Chas. H. Potter Wm. H. Ernest Kennedy F. Rea Jas. B. Flynn M. R. Ready Henry E. Glotzbach W. V. Shelton Percival Hall Guy T. Steuart George F. Hoover L. P. Steuart Henry W. Jaeger, M. D. Chas. R. Talbert Herbert R. King John H. Thomas W. Reginald Lewis John T. Vivian MAKETHIS YOUR BANK THE WASHINGTON TIMES TA« National Daily WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1926 Sue for Son's Death GOSHEN, N. Y., April 28. Parents of 9-year-old John Sobel, who was a student in a private school near Central Valley, have Congratulations to the Northeast Business Men’s Association REAL ESTATE HEATING H. R. KING 514 H St. N. E. Line. 7914 ci ~ ; '“Here’s to Continued I • ' ' . Success and Prosperity ’ ’ Individually and collectively, this ———————i organization has followed with interest the activity of the Northeast Section; , yys we take this opportunity to express /f) hearty congratulations and best wishes e 9 to those merchants and individuals who contributed to the success of the 4 . installation of the new lighting system. < We also take this opportunity to invite QII . you to use the banking facilities found here. Our location is convenient and • • we offer safe and secure opportunities N £1171110*6 for merchants and public. Let us make MCI V IllgD * your acquaintance soon. L—■ .North Capitol Savings Bank North Capitol and H Streets e just started a suit in the Orange County Supreme Court, before Justice A. H. Seeger, for >25,000 damages because the boy was killed two years ago by falling from a cliff. U ‘‘watch The northeast grow” seddsag MF . L 4 Days Only! New Street Thursday, and Lighting System 2 A d Pril 29th ’ 30th_M ‘ y On Northeast f s Broadway--- r? I T -Ji u —JB —, I JL “It is a source of much gratification II IJC 40b I 43h IT If <>' I 4ZA | C to me to see our own Northeast’s AX MX wr MJL A A w A MX AMx M greatest business thoroughfare equipped with the same lighting T| 1 XM • *■ w system installed on other leading and rords bacrinced! .£ $ CAtAAVA A \zA MA fathers recognize the amazing growth of the Northeast Section For this celebration, we have selected just fifty of our best used cars—Chevrolets and Fords. o f National Capital. And this Every car boasts of good paint and tires in excellent condition. As to mechanical condition—WE • » x£ ft 2» g x Q f man y jmprove- GUARANTEE FOR 30 DAYS every used car sold by us. Naturally to make this guarantee, wo , . inff . to DU f- m »t .verahul both engine .nd eh M9 i.. action “of the Etap.”’ Low Cash Payment Down Easy Weekly Payments OURISMAN-CHEVROLET SALES CO. Line. 10,200 SsSStSSS Northeast » | $50,000,000 IN ESTATE ' OF QUEER YACHTSMAN LONDON. April 27. Bayard Brown, eccentric American million aire who died aboard his yacht at ( Brightlingsea some weeks ago. lef* ® n n fin xF ■ - s g j I JI i |p | wSfitV/ V r s 9 a »Wo ■ • vßh l */ f A Better Day A Brighter Night for H Street N. E. I 111 1 This company takes a peculiar pride in compli- I menting the Northeast Business Men’s Association upon the improved lighting facilities on H street Northeast Such communal, civic and commercial enter prise and effort means a Greater Northeast Wash ington, and a more beautiful Capital City. Better lighting brings greater business advan- I tages, stronger impressions of thrift and progress, greater real estate values, fewer traffic accidents and tends to promote other improvements.. The Potomac Electric Power Company is proud to have contributed in a small measure to the new lighting system. This organization installed the new lights and will furnish power for them. I ||| We congratulate Northeast Washington! Potomac Electric Power Co. jgr “Matchless Service” a fortune of approximately 850,000,- 000, according to counsel for Brown’s estate. The body of the millionaire, who lived on his yacht for many years with steam up, always ready tc eail but never sailing,- is now en route to New York for interment. CLARK SISTERS CHARGE CONFESSION BARES PLOT DENVER, Colo., April 27.—Mrs- Addie Clark Miller, one of three sisters suing for a share in the estate of the late United States Senator William A. Clark, multi millionaire Montana copper mining magnate, today dented a "death-bed statement" of William Anderson Clark. Butte. Mont., huckster, that she and her sisters were hto daugh ters and not the daughters of Sen ator Clark. y" ?' '