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 - DECORATING FIRM CHANGE. Receiver Named In Suit...
DECORATING FIRM CHANGE. Receiver Named In Suit for Dissolution of Leo Sielke, Son V Co." rustic Clarke of the Supreme Court will appoint Leo Sielke. Sr., receiver of the assets of the firm of Leo Sielke. Son & Co., Interior decorators, of 1.194 Broadway, upon giving a bond of $4,000, In a suit brought by Otto Wetzel against the other partners. Leo Sielke, Sr.. Leo Sielke. Jr.. and John A. Trtloar, for a, dissolution of the part-, part-, part-, perahlp, which was formed on Oct. 23, 1902. The business can be continued- continued- by the receiver. receiver. On May 1 last their statement showed assets of 121.000 and ' liabilities of From June 1 to Sept. 1. 1903, business was rcrlously interfered with and hampered by strikes, and contracts amounting- amounting- to $11,000 were held up. The strikes are now over and the firm Is st work on two contracts aggregating $.000. ene of which is for decorating- decorating- the Harlem Auditorium Theatre

Clipped from The New York Times18 Nov 1903, WedPage 10

The New York Times (New York, New York)18 Nov 1903, WedPage 10
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