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‘ ASSIGNEES' SALE. OF VALUABLE APARTMENT HOUSE PROPERTY KNOWN AS "THE CLAUDE APARTMENTS. Annapolis. Md. TUESDAY. JUNE NINTH. 1938. AT TWELVE O CLOCK NOON. At the Court House Door. Annapolis. Md. The property consists ot a large lot im proved by a tour-story brick apartment house overlooking the State Capital. All modern Improvements. Terms ot sale: Deposit of SI.000 on day of sale, balance upon ratification of sale by court. Deferred balance to bear interest at 8o, Taxes to be adjusted as of the day of sale. W. MEADE HOLLADAY. WILLIAM J. MCWILLIAMS. Assignees. Maryland Hotel Building. Annapolis. Maryland. GEORGE W. SCIBLE. Auctioneer. my22.29.jeB_ THClfi. ■!. OWEN A SON AUCTIONEERS. 1431 EYE ST. N.W. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IM PROVED REAL ESTATE KNOWN AS PREMISES 1437 LAWRENCE STREET NORTHEAST By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded in Liber No. 6254. folio 238 et sea,, of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the reauest of the Party secured thereby, the undersigned trustee will sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE THIRD DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1936 AT THREE-THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M. the fol lowing-described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated as and being lot numbered two (21 in block numbered forty-two (421 of Batch elder and McLacblen trustees', subdivision called "Addition to Brookland." as oer Slat recorded in Liber County No. 7. folio 0 of the records of the office of the sur veyor for the District of Columbia; said block numbered forty-two (42) known for purposes of assessment and taxation as square numbered forty hundred and eleven (4011). together with the Improvements consisting of a one-story frame dwelling with two-car frame garage. Terms of sale: One-fourth of the pur chase money to be paid in cash, balance in three equal installments, payable in one two and three years, with interest at five per centum per annum, payable semi annually. from day of sale, secured by first deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, ai the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $250 will be required at time of sale. Examination of title, conveyanc ing recording, revenue stamps, etc., at cost of purchaser Terms of sale to be complied with within thirty days from day oi sale otherwise the trustee reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washington D. C,. or deposit may be forfeited, or without forfeiting deposit trustee may avail itself of any legal or equitable rights against defaulting purchaser. NATIONAL SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY. Trustee. By H. PRESCOTT GATLEY. President. fSea! ) By E PERCTVAL WILSON. mv22-d Aris.exRuAhol Secretary. ADAM A. WESCHLER & SON, INC. 915 E ST. N.W. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE IM PROVED BY VALUABLE BREWERY KNOWN AS ABNER-DRURY BREW ERY. AND CERTAIN EQUIPMENT THEREIN LOCATED AT TWENTY FIFTH AND G STREETS NORTHWEST ALSO UNIMPROVED GROUND NORTH WEST CORNER 25th AND F STREETS NORTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded In Liber 6197. folio 97, et seq . of the land records of the District of Colum bia. and at the request of the parties se cured thereby, the undersigned, as trustee substituted in equity proceedings in the Su preme Court of the District of Columbia. No. 61.19.3. will sell at public auction in front of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE SIXTEENTH 116th) DAY OF JUNE 19.36. AT THREE (.3) O'CLOCK P.M the follow ing-described nieces and parcels of land situate in the District of Columbia and designated as and being; Lots lettered A to F inclusive. K. N and L in C L. Colt man’s subdivision of lots in square nineteen (19) as in (B-115). Part of original tot nine (9) in square nineteen (19) described as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner of said lot and running thence west fifty-six (56) feet: thence south fifty-three (53) feet nine (9) inches; thence east flftv slx (56) feet: thence north fifty-three (5.3) feet nine (9) Inches to the place of begin ning. Said part of lot being now known for purooses of assessment and taxation as lots eight hundred six (806) to eight hun dred nine (809). inclusive, in said square nineteen (19). The east twenty-eight (28) feet front on north ’’F’ street by full depth thereof of original lot three (.3) in square nineteen (19). Original lot ten (10) in square nineteen (19). Lot thirty-one (31) in the Abner-Drurv Brewing Company's combination of lots in square thirty-two (.32), as recorded in the office of the sur veyor of the District of Columbia in Liber fortv-flve (45). folio ninety-nine (99). Part of lot five (5) in square thirty-two (32). described as follows: Beginning lor the same on *'F‘ street at a point distant eighty-nine hundredths (89/100) of a foot east of the southwest corner of said lot five (5). being in the east face of the wall t of the building located on lot thirty-one (31) In said souare and projecting on said lot five (5): and running with the east face of the said wall north nineteen and rinetv-four hundredths (19.94) feet: thence east twenty-three hundredths (23/100) feet, thence still with the east face of said wall northerly thirty-four and r.inety-three hundredths (.34.93) feet to angle In said wall, thence north four and fifty-two hundredths (4.52) feet to another angle in said wall at a point distant one and twenty-eighth hundredths (1.28) feet of the west line of said lot five (5). thence north still along the east face of said wall forty-nine and twenty-five hundredths (49 25) feet, thence west twenty-two hun dredths (22/100) feet: thence north still alone said east face of said wall to the rorth line of said lot thence west on said rorth line one and forty-three hundredths (1 43> feet to the west line of said lot five (5). thence south one hundred and twenty- ! pine (129) feet to the southwest corner j of said lot. and thence east along the line of “F’’ street, to the noint of beginning. Together with all buildings, structures, im provements and additions now or hereafter erected upon or attached to the land here inbefore descr.bed. and also all equipment, machinery, tools, implements, boilers, dyna mos. motors, refrigerating, equipment, heating, plumbing, ventilating, gas and electric light fixtures appliances, plants, annaratus. tanks, fittings, and all fixtures of every kind in or that shall be placed in any building or buildings now or hereafter standing on said real estate or any part thereof, whether or not the same be added to the freehold or be used in the operation of said premises or as a part of said prem ises or any of them, together with any and all supplies of any kind or character what soever now In or on the above mentioned premises or hereafter placed In or on the above mentioned premises. NOTE: The above described deed of trust does not cover, and the sale will not Include, certain machinery, tools supplies and equipment now located upon and in the above described property, which were placed therein by a lessee of said property under the terms of a certain lease from the owner and mortgagor of said property dated December 1. 1932. and dulv recorded !n Liber 6707. folio 185 et seq.. of the land records of the District of Columbia nor beer made and on hand in said prop erty. The above-described property is now occupied and being conducted by the trus tee in bankruptcy of the lessee of the prop erty under the provisions of the above described lease and subject to all the pro visions of said lease, and will continue so to be occupied and conducted from the date of sale to the date of transfer. For details of all matters mentioned in this note and paragraph apply to: Messrs Tobrlner Graham Brez A Tobrlner Room 9.32 South ern Building. 15th and H Streets N.W Washington. D C- . Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash. Balance in two equal Instalments, payable in one (1) and two (2) years, with interest at six per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by first deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash at the option of the purchaser. A deposit ef $10 090 00 will be required at time of gale. The said trustee will receive no bid from any one offering to bid who shall not !it or before the hour of sale or any ad ournment thereof deposit with said trus ee as a pledge that such bidder will make /rood his bid in case of its acceptance, a deposit of $10,000.09. either in cash or certified check on a bank or trust company acceptable to the undersigned trustee, made or endorsed payable to the trustee, or in lieu thereof, bonds of the par value of *20.000.00. In form transferable by de livery. secured by said deed of trust, said Bonds to have all unpaid coupons attached thereto and $1,000 in cash or certified rheck The deposit of any unsuccessful Bidder will be returned to him Immediately after the sale. The trustee reserves the right to reject all bids and readvertlse and reoffer the property for sale. All convey ancing. recording, etc., at cost of pur chaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within thirty (30) days: otherwise the trustee reserves the right to resell the prop erty at the risk and cost of defaultina pur ehaser. after five (5) days’ advertisement cf such resale In some newspaper published THE MUN8EY TRUST COMPANY. Substituted Trustee. By C. D. RATCLIFF*. Vice President. «e»n Attest: T. C. WILLIS. myl2.15.19t22.26.20-1e126.96.36.199.15 _ VhoS. J. OWEN Sc SON. AUCTIONEERS. 1431 EYE 8T. N.W. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IM PROVED PROPERTY KNOWN AS 92) FRENCH STREET NORTHWEST By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded in Liber No. 5336, folio 84 etseu.. ef the land records of the District of Co ir mbit and at the reauest of the party aeeured thereby the undersigned trustees will sell at Public auction, in front of the premises, on FRIDAY THE FIFTH DAY OF JUNE. A.D 1936. AT TOUR O CLOCK PM the following-described land and premises, situate In the District of Co lumbia. and designated as and being tot numbered thirty-five (35) in Nathaniel Wilson and W P. Mattingly. Trustws' sub division of square numbered three hundred and sixty-three (363). as per plat recorded In Liter W B M . folio 197 of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District ef Columbia. _ „ Terms of sale: One-fourth of the pur chase money to be paid in cash, balance in three equal installments, payable in one. two and three years, with interest at five ter centum per annum, payable semi-an nually from day of sale, secured by first detd of trust upon the oroperty sold, or all essh. at the option of the purchaser A deposit of $200 will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within thirty days from day of sale, otherwise the trustee reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days’ advertisement of such resale in fome newspaper published In Washington. D. C. THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY Trustee. B? ALFRED H. LAWSON. my25-d&ds.ex8udEhol Vice President. AUCTION BALES—FUTURE DATS. ADAM A. WBCHLBRA BON, Auctioneer!. EXECUTOR’S 8ALX OF DWELLINO HOUSE AND PREMISES. KNOWN AS NO 2049 NINTH STREET NORTH WEST. Pursuant to authority of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, holding a Probate Court, entered In Ad ministration Cause No. 40398, relating to the estate of Agnes E. Collins, deceased, the undersigned bank, acting as executor of the will of said deceased, wlllsell by public auction on the premises, on FRIDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OF JUNE. 19JH. AT FIVE O'CLOCK PM. that certain parcel of land, now taxed and known as lot nine hundred and forty-four (944) in square twenty-eight hundred seventy-five (28 <51 Fronting 20 feet on Ninth street and run ning hack of that width to b public alley, and being the same property otherwise de scribed as the West 191 feet JO Inches of lot two hundred and twenty-nine (229) in William Howlett s subdivision of certain land, as per plat of said subdivision re corded in Book “County No. 6“ at Page 31) in the office ol the surveyor of the District of Columbia, with the Improve ments thereon, consisting of a frame dwell ing containing five rooms and known as souse No. 2049 Ninth street northwest. In :I* City of Washington. District of Co umbla. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money in cash, balance to be paid in two ■qual installments in one and two years from day of sale, said deferred payments o best Interest at six per cent per annum jayable semi-annually and to be secured jy first deed of trust on the property sold; >r all cash at option of the purchaser. Deposit of two hundred dollars required it time of sale. Terms of sale to be com plied with in twenty days from day of tale otherwise the deposit may be forfeited >r. without forfeiting deposit, the executor may avail itself of any legal or equitable rights which it may have to enforce com pliance with terms of sale. THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON. Executor. BY JAMES A. SOPER. Its Vice President and Cashier. Address: .'108 7th 8t. N.W. myl5.22.29 (el,188.8.131.52.12 rHOS. J. OWEN A- SON AUCTIONEERS. 14.11 EYE ST. N.W. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE APART MENT HOUSE. KNOWN AS “LIN COLN ARMS. " AT 5435 CONNECTI CUT AVENUE NORTHWEST THREE STORY BRICK. WITH ENGLISH BASEMENT CONTAINING SIXTEEN APARTMENTS EACH WITH TWO ROOMS KITCHEN AND BATH FIFTY-ROOT FRONTAGE. By virtue ol a certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 61114. folio 133 ft seq.. of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby the undersigned trustee will sell, at public auction in front of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE SEC OND DAY OF JUNE. A. D 1936. AT POUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-de scribed land and premises, situate In the District of Columbia, and designated as and being Dart of lot number nine (91 In square numbered eighteen hundred and sixty-nine (18ti9i In Fulton R. Gordons subdivision of Dart of a tract of land called “Chevy Chase.” now known as "Con necticut Avenue Terrace." as per plat recorded in Liber County No. 21. folio 33 of the records of the office of the sur veyor for the District of Columbia de scribed as rollows: Beginning for the same on the easterly line of Connecticut Ave nue. at the southwest corner of said lot, snd running thence northeasterly 163 48 feet to the westerly line of a public alley 15 feet wide, as established by proceedings in District Court Case No. 1835 in the Supreme Court of the District of Colum bia: thence southeasterly along said westerly line of said alley 51.28 feet to 'he southerly line of said lot: thence southwesterly along said southerly line 174.80 feet to the place of beginning: Said Droperty being now known for purposes of assessment and taxation as lot numbered eight hundred and twenty-one (821) in square numbered eiahteen hundred and sixty-nine (18691; together with all the improvements, ways, easements, rights, privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging or in anywise appertaining. Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed of trust for $42.000 00 (of which $1,000.00 has been paid), further particulars of which will be announced at time of sale; the purchase price above said trust to be -aid in cash. A deposit of $2,500.00 re quired. Conveyancing, recording, etc., at purchaser's cost. Terms to be complied with within ten days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the Dronerly may be ad vertised and resold at the discretion of the trustee FRANCIS G. ADDISON. JR.. Substituted Trustee in Equity Cause. No. 61304, Security Savings & Commercial Bank. __ 9th and G Sts. N.W. I TH06. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. 1431 EYE ST. N.W. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE TWO STORY BRICK BUILDING. BEING PREMISES NO. 3139 NINEIEENTH STREET NORTHWEST By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded in Liber No. 6818. folio 469 et sea of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersianea trustees will sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY, THE THIRD DAY OF JUNE. AD. 1936. AT POUR-THIRTY O’CLOCK PM., the fol lowing-described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated as and being lot numbered ninety-three (93) in Lewis E Breunlnger's subdivision of lots in block numbered eighteen (18) Tngleside.'' as per plat recorded in the office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia in Liber 43. at folio 38. Subject to the right of redemption by the maker of the aforesaid deed of trust, their heirs , or assigns, within a period of sixty days from the date of sale, not excluding Sun days and holidays, as provided In said deed of trust Terms of sale: One-third of the pur chase money to be paid in cash, balance In two eoual installments, payable in one and two years, with interest at five per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of sale secured by first deed of trust upon the property sold or all cash, at option of purchaser. A deposit of 8500 will be required at time of sale. All con veyancing. recording revenue stamps, etc., at cost of purchaser Terms of sale to be complied with within ten days from expi ration of redemption period, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property, at the risk and cost of default ing purchaser after five days' advertise ment of such resale In some newspaper published in Washington D. C. CHARLES A. JONE8, PAUL J. FRIZZELL. my22-d&ds.ex8u&hol Trustees. _LEGAL NOTICES. _ Prentice E. Edrington and Morris L. Friedman. Attorneys. 138m Mnnsey Building. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE Dis trict of Columbia.-—JOSEPH JOHN SULLIVAN et al. versus HAL SPEIDEL. et al.—No. 61.246. in Equity.—ORDER OF PUBLICATION.—The object of this suit Is to obtain a decree removing and canceling a reverter clause copied in the bill of complaint and inserted by Joseph Speidel and Lydia H. Speidel in their deeds recorded in Liber 2751 Folio 66. and In a deed by J. C. Brady. Surviving Trustee recorded in Liber 4482 Folio 106. and Liber 4657 Folio 475: in a deed recorded in Liber 5160 Folio 402; in a deed by Hal Speidel Joseph Speidel and Jess W. Spei del as Executors and Trustees under the last will and testament of Joseph Speidel recorded in Liber 5158 Folio 360; in a deed bv Ethel M. Rutty recorded In Liber 5153 Folio 499 and In Thrift Building Company's three deeds recorded In Liber 5251 Folio 428. Liber 5275 Folio 296 and Liber 5315 Folio 114; and In deed by John B. Clator recorded In Liber 2751 Folio 68. conveying the land now com prising the properties described In the bill as lots 68. 69 and TO In Square 3662. On motion of plaintiffs. It Is. by the Court, this 26th day of May. A.D.. 1936, ordered that the defendants Hal Speidel. Joseph Speidel. Jess W Speidel. Eliza Speidel Handlan. J. C. Brady. Supervising Trustee. Ella A Clator and Ethel M. Rutty cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. ex clusive of Sundays and Legal Holidays, after the day of the first publication hereof, and that the defendants, the un known heirs, aliennees and devisees of any of the above defendants who may be dead, cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the first rule day oc curring one month after the day of the first publication hereof, and in default of such appearance by the defendants, this cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided, a copy hereof be published once a week for three succes sive weeks in The Washington Law Re porter and in The Evening Star. O. R LUHRING Justice. (Seal.) A TRUE COPY. Test: FRANK E. CUNNINGHAM. Clerk. By HARRY M. HULL. Assistant Clerk. my29.Je6.13 PROPOSALS. NOTICE TO BIDDERS! Sealed proposals will be received at the home of Mr P. E. Meloy. 204 Raymond Street. Chevy Chase. Maryland, up to 8:00 o'clock P.M.. Tuesday. June 2. 1030. and there publicly opened and read, for repairs to cement concrete sidewalk, curb and street pavement; laying of bituminous con crete wearing course on old concrete pave ment; patching of old bituminous macadam pavement: and work incidental thereto In Section 3 of Chevy Chase. Maryland. Ccpies of the plans and specifications may be obtained from Major P. T. Norcross. IS 11 Connecticut Avenue. Washington. D. O.. Entinerer for Section 3. upon the payment of $3.00. which will not be re turned. Each proposal must be accom panied by a certified check in the amount of $100.00. made payable to the Citizens’ Committee. Section 3, Chevy Chase. Mary land. which checks will be returned to the unsuccessful bidders upon the awarding of the contract, and to the successful bidder upon execution of the contract and per formance bond. The Committee reserves the right to accept any proposal, in all or In part, or to reject any or all proposals CITIZENS' COMMITTEE. SECTION 3. Chevy Chase. Maryland. _Bv F. E. MELOY. Secretary. my20.23.29__ PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Navy Deoartment. Washington. D. C.. until 10 o'clock a.m.. June 2. 1936. for furnishing reamers, and until 10 o'clock a.m.. June 5. 3 936. for furnishing motor trucks, cotton wiping cloths, to the Navy Yard, Washing ton D. C.. etc Apply for proposals to the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. OHARUC8 CONARD. Paymaster General of the Navy. my22.29_ THE COUNTY MANAGER OP ARUNG ton County. Va.. will receive proposals at hla office in the Court House. Clarendon. Va.. at 10 o'clock A.M.. June 10. 1930. covering the furnishing and Installation of offlre furniture and equipment tor the new addition to the Court House. Plana and Specification* will be available at the office of the Purchasing Agent at the Court House. Clarendon. Va_ Juno 3. 1936. Arlington County. ELMER F. Newell^^Chairman of Committee. * PROPOSALS. OFFICE OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE Capitol. Washington. D C.. May 26. 103(1. SEALED BIDS. In triplicate, will be re ceived In this office until 3:00 P.M.. June 16 1936. and then publicly opened for the Installation of nine new elevators to replace present elevators In the Library of Congress Building. Washington. D. C. Drawings and specifications may be ob tained by Intending bidders on applica tion to this office. DAVID LYNN. Archl tect of the Capitol.__ WAR DEPARTMENT! OFFICE OF THE Constructing Quartermaster. Room 2236, Munitions Building. Washington D. C. Sealed proposals will be received in this offlce until 3 p.m.. E. S. T„ June 16. 1936, and then publicly opened for Air Condi tioning the Operating Rooms and Recovery Wards In the Walter Reed General Hos pital. Washington. D. C. Plans and speci fications will be ready for issue June 3 upon deposit of certified check in the amount of *5. made payable to the Treas urer of the United States. Information at above address. my29.jel.2.11,12.13_ RENT—GARAGES. BRICK OARAGE, i CAR. REAR 1430 R. I. ave. n.w. See janitor. SALE—MOTOR CYCLES. HARLEY-DAVIDSON service car, good condition. 16 K st. n.e. 20* WANTED—AUTOMOBILES. CASH-tor 1 9297" 1930,' 1931 Ford or Chev rolet: also 1934 or 1935 Plymouth or Chevrolet; no dealers. Shepherd 2660._ Sash for your car—Highest arices paid Superior Motor Cars. Inc., 1320 14th st n.w De 1300 ££ For Your Car /£ in 5 Minutes frBARNES MOTOR CO/l\ Highest prices paid for Ik your Ford. Chevrolet or 41 | L any other make. Will pay If off balance and give you 41 VB rash difference. Jf Mb’ SEE MR. BARNES lj W17W 14th St. N.W. Jy SALE—AUTO TRUCKS. CHEVROLET 1932 de luxe panel delivery; two-tone cream and black body with Chi nese red wheels: 5 new tires: priced lower than a ’31. Your own terms. Tom’s Conn. Ave. Stadium. 1355 Conn. ave. CHEVROLET 1836 '2-ton panel, display truck: like new: save up to *100. See Mr Shreve R L. Taylor Motor Co., 14 th at T st. n.w._ TRUCKS! TRUCKS! TRUCKS! Ford 1934 flat body Ford 1935_plck-up, Chevrolet 1933 chassis and cab. Chevrolet 1933 stake. Chevrolet 1934 sedan delivery. Chevrolet 1932 panel Ford 1831 hydraulic dump Ford 1931 chassis and cab. Ford 1030 panel Ford’ 1929 panel. Capitol Motors Used-Car Lot. 1522 Pa. ave. i.e Open evenings and Sundays. Lincoln 0305. CHEVROLET de luxe panel, 19.33 *295; Chev. 1932 de luxe panel. *235: Chev 1931 panel. *165; Chev. 1934 157" dual stake. *445; Chev. 1932 157" dual stake. *285: Ford .931 157" dual stake. *185; Studebaker 131" panel with insulated body, *125. Addison Chevrolet Trucks. 1437 Irving st. n.w. Phone Adams 5411._ SEE PARKWAY FOR TRUCKS. Trucks to meet all requirements at the lowest prices in Washington; all sizes, all makes, all models. PARKWAY MOTOR rn .104(1 M st n w »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«< t DON'T BUY ANY j : TRUCK : X Until You've Seen Our X fUSED TRUCKS; i : : : ! ! ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ; : Headquarter* TRUCKS AND DELIVERIES All maktt—all typtt-—all ytart meuartMoIorS 6th & N. Y. Ave. H. W. SALE—AUTOMOBILES. AUBURNS—I have one of the largest selec tions of used Auburns in the city, ranging In price from #125 to #425. Including con vertible coupes. 4-door sedans and con vertible sedans and standard coupes. Jack Pry. 1527 14th n.w._ AUBURN 1934 coach—A six-cylinder job finished in tan: has new. high-priced radio: as clean as can be inside and out* practically new In every detail: a bar gain at this low price: #445: trade and terms. L. P. Steuart. Inc., 1325 14th st. n.w . Decatur 4803._ AUBURN 1932_ 12-cylinder club sedan— 6 cream wire wheels, excellent light blue paint, clean upholstery: certainly a power ful motor; an inspection will prove It a real value: #275. C. C. C. Guaranty. Capi tol Cadillac Co, 1222 22nd st. n.w.. Na tlonal 3300. Open Sundays and evenings. _ AUBURN 1932 sedan. Royalty series. Bac rifice. #287: terms. #60 down. Nolan. 1111 18th st. n.w.__ BUICK 1931 type 57 6 sedan: original fine black finish, runs perfect; 29.000 miles Must sell. _Phone North 9853. * BUICK 1929 sedan: original two-tone fin ish. motor A-l; must sacrifice: real low down payment: any reasonable terms. Tom's Conn. Ave. Stadlum. 1355 Conn. ave. BUICK 19311 sedan: renossessed: heirs sold fo- balance due. #195 Keystone Repos sessed Car Co, 1409 17th st. n.w. Phone Decatur 6516._ BUICK 193 i sedan—This Is a 90 series lob finished in black: has been thoroughly reconditioned throughout In our shop, all parts replaced where needed: excellent paint, Rood tires: $'.’4!t: terms and trade. L. P. Steuart, Inc.. 1325 14th st. n.w., De catur 4803.___ BUICK 1936 aeries 80 sedan. 6-passen«er; 6 wheels, built-in trunk, driven less than 500 miles by company official: #150 dis count. Wade Motor Co.. Bulck Dealer. Georgia and Montgomery aves. Silver Spring. Md,_ BUICK 19:t3 model 57 sedan, motor as per fect as a used car can he. #495: algo 1932 model 57 at #350. Williams A Baker. 1507 14th st. n.w._ CADILLAC 1933 club sedan—6 wire wheels, black paint fine, clean upholstery. This is surely a beautiful car. in the finest pos sible condition; #895. C. C. C. Guaranty. Capitol Cadillac Co, 1222 22nd st. n.w, Nall. 3300._Open Sundays and evenings. CADILLAC 1932—16-cylinder. 7-passenger Imperial; 6 wire wheels, perfect black paint, excellent white side wall tires. You will agree this lovely car is a real value at #725. C. C. C. Guaranty. Capitol Cadil lac Co.. 1222 22nd st. n.w.. National 3300. Open Sundays and evenings._ CHEVROLET 1932 de luxe sedan; mechani cally perfect, new tires, upholstery as good as new: trunk attached: bargain if sold be tore June 1. Call Walnut 7980._31 • CHEVROLET 1934 roadster, with rumble seat, original finish; truly a beautiful car. in excellent condition. Only #325; liberal terms. Schlegel A Golden, Dodge-Plymouth Dealers. 333 Carroll at., Takoma. Phone Georgia 9569,__ CHEVROLET 1932 sedan; original black Duco finish, all good tires, clean interior and a motor that is really good; $189. Schlegel A Golden, Dodge-Plymouth Deal erg. 33: 1 Carroll st.. Takoma._Geo._95<59. CHEVROLET sedan. 1932: original black finish, black wire wheels; clean upholstery, fine tires and the motor is smooth and Quiet. You won’t find a nicer one in town. #266. Pohanka Service. 1126 20th it. n.w. Phone District 9141.__ CHEVROLET 1933 sedan, very clean. $325; slso ’31 coupe at $175. Williams A Baker Used,Car Lot. 1009 Bladeneburg rd, n.e. CHEVROLET 1932 coach—Black original finish with cream trim, a factory-trained mechanic motor job. tires are like new; a safety-tested, good-will, guaranteed car; $211; your car in trade and terms. L. P. Steuart, Inc., 1325 14th st. n.w., Decatur 4803.__ CHEVROLET 1934 master sedan; a late model 4-door sedan in far above average condition: an economical car at a bargain price; Butler bonded: 5399. Lee D. Butler. Inc., 1138 Oo tin, ave. District QUO. CHEVROLET 1931 sport coupe: rumble seat, beautiful new finish: quiet, powerful, economical motor: 6 line tires, you can own this fine car for only #50 down, bal ance to >uit you. Honestly Priced at #160. and it is easily worth the money. Owens Motor Oo, 6323 OfOrtla aye._ CHEVROLET 1934 master aedan: guaran taed that it haa never been in taxi service, motor quiet and powerful. 5 fine tires. clean Interior, knee-action wheel*. n»her no-draft ventilation: A-l la every particu lar. You can own this fine car for only KS? o£"«8l SALE—AUTOMOBILES. _(C—tinned.)_ CHEVROLET 1932 de luxe coupe: mid night blue, chrome louver*, cream wheels, retuned motor: priced to ault you. Your own terms. Tom'a Conn. Ave. Stadium, 1355 Conn, ave._ CHEVROLET 1930 sedan: aulet motor, good rubber: a steal at $125. Terms. Toma Conn. Ave. Stadium. 1355 Oonn. ave._ CHEVROLET 1929 H-cyl. coach, good run ning condition: sell for $45 cash. Woody, rear 1210 Worth Capitol it._* _ CHEVROLET 1932 sport roadster. $195. Canary yellow finish, red wire wheels, good tires and It runs fine Pohanka Berv lce. 11211 20th st. n.w. District 9141. CHEVROUCT 19.34 master de luxe iport roadster, rumble seat, etc. In good con dition. green finish. Sacrifice. $295. Call Columbia 6180-M.__ CHEVROLET 1935 town sedan. 3-door model, with built-in trunk: original Brew ster green Duco: has only been driven very little: has had unusually good care taken; automobile looks practically new (AND IS). Fully guaranteed by a war ranty: 18 months to pay: reasonable down payment to suit you. Greatly reduced to $565. Standard Motor Sales Co., 2022 14th at. n.w. Phone Worth 9139._ CHEVROLET master sport coupe; maroon: driven only 5.000 miles: perfect condition; $500. Can be seen Mayflower Garage. 1705 L st.. or phone Dist. 3000, Br.^33. CHEVROLET 1934 coach—Black finish with cream trim: a powerful, smooth, quiet motor; this job is immaculate Inside and out. has ail excellent tires: safety tested throughout and bargain priced: $399. L. P. Steuart. Inc., 1325 14th at. n.w., De catur 4803.__ CHRYSLER 1933 coupe. C-M 6: car in ex ceptional condition throughout. A real value at $235. Keystone Repossessed Car Co.14 (19 17th sL_n.w. Decatur 551 IS._ CHRYSLER 1935 Imperial de luxe sedan, airflow tyne: looks and runs like new; low mileage, nek-car guarantee: $000 saving. Tom's Conn. Ave. Stadium. 1355 Conn. ave. CHRYSLER 1934 Airflow sedan. This beautiful, roomy car is in superb condition throughout: will sell quickly: Butler bond ed: $ii!OI. Lee D Butler Inc.. 1138 Conn. ave. Phone District 0110.__ DODGE 1034 de luxe coupe; rumble seat new condition Only $307. special sale: give terms. Nolan. 18th and M sts. n.w. _ DODGE 1932 D. H. sedan: clean Inside and out: retuned motor: a steal at the price. Surprisingly low terms. Tom's Conn, Ave. Stadium. 1355 Conn, ave.___ DODGE 19.30 sedan: must sell for storage. Only $131: terms. $35 down. $4 week. Nolan. 18th and M sts. n.w._ DODGE 1936 4-door de luxe touring sedan, built-in trunk, late model: practically a new automobile: mechanically perfect: new spotless upholstery. Fully guaranteed by our warranty for 90 days You can save $236 from its new delivered price. It's a genuine bargain. New-car finance rales: 2 years to pay if necessary. Standard Motor Sales. 2022 14th at. n.w. Phone North 9)39._ ESSEX coach. 1930: original finish la per fect spare tire In fender well, fine tires, clean inside, good motor. A real value at only $95. Pohanka Service. 1126 20th st. n.w. Phone District 9141. FORD 1931 Tudor: best condition. Only $147: teims. Mr. Hixson. 4301 Conn. ave. n.w._ FORD de luxe 1935 coupe: rumble seat, Phllco radio, just like new. Only $487: terms. $50 down. Nolan. 1111_18th_n.w. FORD 1933 coupe: rumble seat: best care. Only $287: give terms. $47 down. Nolan. 1111 18th st. n.w. ____ FORD 1929 de luxe coupe: 6 wheels, etc.; unusually fine condition, good tires: $75. Call Columbia 6180-M Any Size Ploin Auto Door Gloss (Installed) Not Over 82.00 Windshields Not Over *2.50 Safety Auto Glass (Installed) At a Great Saving Specialists in Our Work You Will Be Surprised at the Low Cost of Safety Glass Installation Try U« and be Convinced Authorized Dealers L-O-F. PITTSBURGH PLATE SAFTEE GLASS CORP. DRIVE-IN SERVICE OPEN SUNDAYS TILL 2 P.M. GLASSER'S 2nd and Fla. Ave. N.E. We Occupy a City Block I WHAT IS A USED CAR BARGAIN? You can answer that question for yourself—but why not come and see for yourself? Every used car sold by RICKARD k DAVIS is thoroughly reconditioned by competent mechanics and ready to five real service. BEST USED-CAR BUYS IN WASHINGTON RICKARD & DAVIS 628 Pennsylvania Ava. S.E. Lincoln 8807. 8808. Dodge and Plymouth Dealert SALE—AUTOMOBILES. FORD ltiill Tudor sedan. Sacrifice. $107: live terms. $:ir> down and $10 month. Nolan. 1111*18th_st. n.w._ FORD 193(1 Tudor. Only $137: can five terms or trade; only $15 down and $4 week. Nolan. 1111 18th st. n.w._ FORD 1935 custom. Royalty aeries; rumble seat; beautiful condition: driven few months by lady Must sell for unpaid notes: only need $50 cash and pay balance by month. Nolan. 18th and M sts. n.w._ FORD 1034 Tudor: absolutely like new; excellent tires, finish, interior and motor. A matchless value. $339. Schleael & Oolden, Dodge-Plymouth Dealers. 333 Car rollat.. Takoma. Phone Oeorgia 95H0._ FORD 1930 de luxe Tudor; new-car con dition and appearance In every detail; Butler bonded: $009. Lee D. Butler. Inc.. 1138 Oonn. ave. Phone District QUO._ FORD 1935 de luxe coupe; radio, looks like t show-room car. fully guaranteed: trade. Low down payment and easiest terms in town. Tom’s Used Car Stadium. 13,55 Conn, ave.___ FORD 1929 coach: new tires, excellent motor finish like new: 30.000 miles: up holstery good:_$7'>. 1140 Chapin. Apt. 30. FORD 1935 de luxe Tudor—Beautiful black paint, fine clean upholstery: all good white side wall tires; chromium disk wheels: a splendid molor. This car certainly makes a fine appearance: $405. C. C. C. Guar anty Capitol Cadillac Co.. 1222 22nd st. n w National 3300. Open Sundays and evenings._ FORD 1930 coupe. $136. New green finish, cream wire wheels perfect lines and It runs fine You won’t find a nicer one In town. Pohanka Service, 1120 20th at. n.w. Phone District 9141._ FORD 1035 Tudor sedan: very best con dition. like new Only $487: can give terms. $60 down and $20 month Act quickly. New-car terms. Nolan. 18th and M sts, n.w._ FORD credit. $130: will sacrifice for $90. Call Mr. Taylor. Metropolitan 7310. 30* FORD 1932 4-cylinder coupe—Finished in blue, motor is really O. K.; car safety tested and ready for any test; $189; terms. L. P. Steuart, Inc., 1325 14th at. n.w.. Decatur 4803.__ FORD 1935 V-N convertible sedan: like new; air wheels steel artlllerv wheels, chrome; gunmetal finish: owned by na tionally famous cartoonist who trades car every year; low mileage; $575. Parkway Motor Co.. 3040 M st. n.w. FORD 1929 sport coupe, only $07: rumble seal. etc. See this car at Nolan's. 1111 18th it. n.w._ FORD 1833 de luxe sedan: wonderful care. New-car terms: only $287. Nolan. 18th afid_M_sts n.w._ FORD 1835 de luxe Tudor; just like new Must be sold for unpaid notes: only $50 down balance by month. Mr. Loftus. 22nd and M sta. n.w. __ FORD 1931 Tudor sedan: Just like new; swell motor, new tires and covers. Bar gain: only $23 cash balance $15 month. Nolan. 1111 18th at. n.w._ FORD 1935 Tudor sedan: best condition. Sacrifice. $475. See lady owner. Mrs. Tyerrell. 5039 Conn, ave. n w._ FORD 1931 coupe: like new. Only $157; give terms. Mr. Tyerrell. 5039 Conn, ■ve. n.w.__ dehmmble_ USED CABS (yuatiaft/etd VH. PRE-HOLIDAY SPECIALS REDUCED PRICES 1932 Plymouth Spt. Coupe $199 1932 Chevrolet Sedan 239 1933 Chev. Matter Coach 299 1933 Chev. Matter Sedan 319 1934 Ford V-8 Tudor.... 329 1934 Pontiac Cabriolet 429 1934 Chev. Master Coach 389 1934 Chev. Matter Sedan 399 1935 Chev. Std. Coach 419 1935 Chev. Master Coach 499 1935 Ford V-8 Tndor .449 65 Other* from $45 up ' Ea«y Term* and Trade One Building, Two Entrances 1130 CONN. AVE. 1123 18th St. N.W. District 4200 Drive n 18th St. Entrance I SALE—AUTOMOBILES. PORD sport coupe. 1031: good paint and 1 tires and It runs fine: rumble seat. See this one for only $145. Pohanka Service. 1136 20th st. n.w. Phone District 0141._ FORD 1935 sedan; lust like new. Only *487: give terms. Mr. Hall. 4301 Conn, ave.n.w._ GRAHAM 1032 Victoria sedan: newly painted, good condition. Bargain at $160. Phone worth 0060. 320 T at. n.w._ HUDSON de luxe 1835 sedan, little "8”: beautiful French gray finish, plush uphol stery lust like new Sacrifice, $537; give terms or trade. Nolan. 1111 18th at. n.w HUPMOBILE 1932 6-eyIinder sedan, a real car value. $295: also '31 8-cylinder sedan at *196. Williams * Baker Used Car Lot. 1(819 Bladensburg rd. n e__ La SALLE de luxe sport phaeton: meadow green finish, real leather upholstery: re tuned motor, large mounted searchlight; priced to sell today. Terms to responsible purchaser. Tom's Oonn. Ave. Stadium. 1355 Conn, ave.__ LINCOLN 1934 town sedan. Model K. A — Beautiful solid blue paint, excellent side wall tlces perfect upholstery; very low mileage This fine, distinctive car is cer tainly an unusual value at $1,495. C. C. C. Guaranty. Capitol Cadillac Co.. 1222 22nd st n.w.. National 3300. Open Sundays and evenings.___ NA8H '32 standard 6 sedan and coupe. *325 each; '31 standard 6 sedan and coach. $175 each, and 3 1929 standard 6s at *75 each. Williams & Baker Used Car Lot. 1009 Bladensburg rd. n.e. _ NASH 1932 special 8 sedan, overhead valve motor. $295: '31 special R sedan. *265: '31 standard 8 sedan. *195: ’30 advanced 8 se dan. $195 Williams & Baker Used Car Lot. 1009 Bladensburg rd. n.e_ NA8H Ambassador ''8” sedan. 193f: has had unusually fine care by original owner: finish is perfect, has fine tires. Inside Is clean and shows no wear: motor smooth and oulet: $235. Pohanka Service, 1126 20th at, n w_Phone District 9141. (UdtuoK USED CARS "with an ^ that counts99 Save $50 fo $75 • ’35 Chevrolet Matter De •BQE Luxe Sedan. Wax LW.> 9999 *35 Chevrolet Sedan. a|xn Wax SI85 $445 '3t Chevrolet Maxter Sedani • JAP trunk. Wax st85 _ 9499 ’33 Chevrolet Maxter aAAP f«h ... 53Z5 ’33 Chevrolet Snort Coupe. AA1P Wax S'iO.5 9249 '31 Chevrolet Roadxter. * i op Wax S'i35 ... 9 | 09 ’34 Ford De Luxe Coarh. (ASA Wax S115 9378 ‘33 Ford De Luxe Caaeh. PA^P Wax S315 9279 '31 Ford Coupe. a||p Wax SI85 _ 9145 ’30 Ford Sport #AB <oupe _ 999 '20 Ford ape Roadxter _ 999 Trucks—Panels, Stakes, Large Assortment Moat Liberal Terms ADDISON CHEVROLET 14S7 Irving St. N.W. Open Til! 10 A Da ms 8411 I—i TODAY S specials lL ★ Butler Bonded Cart ★ Butler Bonded Cart ★ I 1934 studeboker Dodge 2-door ST D' L $499 Touring Sedan | - Oririnal black finish, larfe built-in 1934 Plymouth D. «CQQ ^ , "‘JkKt "'"''I'"*'"' L. 6-Wh,el W,n GES-.JttSSZ $689 -- Butler Bonded Cor. 1934 Chrysler *g<)Q ,NC i934 Ch.vr.irt eoon 4.6liMoi D. L. Roadster a entrances 1933 Rockne CQOQ 1138 Conn. Ave. N.W. Coach_ Qjgg 1137 18th Street N.W. Open Erenincs e District 0110 IBUICK’S BETTER USED CARS 11 LOWER PRICES—EASIER TERMS - BUICKS 1 1934 OLDSMOBILE 1935 w LT .«695 I Coupe. Fisher no-draft ven- .... _ _ ... gjjsgs tilation knee action, hydraulic 193o 4i Sedan --— 69a HIM brakes, automatic clutch, auto- iq^a •*£?»* n r c~i*n 745 flK matic choke. Blue factory ?• L’ Sfdan- H finish and mohair interior clean 1933 8< Sedan_ — 525 fe,; and show no wear. Plenty of ios? n ■ c*jtan iat — tire mileage all around Fine 18iM "• !'eaan.,8:> H mechanical order. Car No. 779. 1933 ‘‘57’’D. L. Sedan_ 495 B fuTra'ntees u °rm* S395 1932 “56C” Conv. Cpe-345 ffl a... i.an: .. iii iMiiii Tin.- -J 1932 “57” Sedan _ 345 B ) '''-Mi- ; ( 1932 "57S” D. L. Sedan ... 495 8 r 1931 “58C” Conv. CP*--*75 S 1934 CHRYSLER 1931 sedan.. 295 ■ C A. « coupe Rumble seat. 1931 *‘g7” Sedan.. 245 B Black safety steel body like „ . ,0- BK new; spotlessly clean through- 1931 91’ Sedan- 29a flB 1 193# “44” Rdstr. D. I*..195 B running motor with floating .... ...... _ . power; hydraulic brakes. All 1930 57 Sedan- 195 tires excellent. Ideal business iqqn ••«-» cj.. 99 H or personal car. Car No 7(15. 1848 z* 8e<un.- ” B Emerson & Or me Ol JB 1929 “20” Coach_ 59 ^B guarantees it .... _ f44« 0§ ■ ^.A— UIHtn RARtO % 1933 DODGE I 193 Chrysler Sedan.13*5 Coupe with rumble seat. Orig- 1934 Pontiac Sedan _ 495 Inal black finish, clean whip- rK.neivi.r Cajin aqr §§i& B cord upholstery. Has many I934 Chevrolet Sedan. 395 B safety features such as all-steel 1933 Ford Coupe_245 ItS. ■ body, hydraulic brakes, safety ,_ . „ . _ iqe |sp •*'rt glass. Splendid fl motor with 1932 Ford Sedan---195 « R floating power and free wheel- 1934 pord Sedan _—- 395 B MW lng. S very good tires. Car 1 « v age fl No. 66UA. Emerson & Mie 1935 Ford Coach. 495 | Orme guarantees it . #0*9 1934 Ford Coach_ 395 £| J§§ *" f"™"/ , ' "'^"7 1933 Nash Sedan.. 195 B :,rV 1931 Nash Sedan .. 225 B B 1934 Pontiac Coach- 495 ■ 1931 CHEVROLET [ 1931 Chevrolet Coupe..1*5 I H Coupe with rumble seat. At- c 295 ^w iff tractive maroon body, dean 1933 Plymouth Sedan.feg B velour exterior, exceptionally 1932 Nash Coupe _ 235 B sound body, economical, de- , , . .. . pendable mechanical condition. 1934 Lafayette Coach-* * an B All good rubber. Car (IJE 1930 Oldsmobile Sedan-145 H No. ,43A-*1*9 1931 u SaUe Cony Cpe._-895 1 * B _ 1933 Pontiac Coupe_*« B L l' SALE—AUTOMOBILES. rASH"l930 5 sedan—Original owner surely ook good care of this car: the black paint, i pholstery and tires are all in excellent con- I itlon: it also has low mileage. $155. C C Guaranty. Capitol Cadillac Co . 1222 2nd st. n.w . National 3300. Open Sundays nd evenings._ 1LDSMOBILE 1931 conv. coupe—Black lnlsh. cream stripe: six wheels, side nounts: a real snappv car with an excel ent motor: $189: terms and trade: see it. P. Steuart. Inc., 1325 14th-st. n.w., Jecatur 4803. JLDSMOBILE 1931 sedan—Finished In :reen: motor has been thoroughly checked :nd safety tested: paint, tires and uphol tery are all above average: $195: your ar In trade and easy terms. L. P. Steuart, nc., 1325 14th st. n.w., Decatur 4803. DLDSMOBILE sedan. 1928: new paint. Ine tires and it runs fine. See this today dr only *85. Pohanka Service, 1120 20th it. n.w. Phone District 9141. __ 1LDSMOBILE 19.35 8-cylinder touring ,e lan—Navarre greer spotless upholstery plendid motor. You will agree this fine j ar Is surely in excellent mndltion *<(95. 1 C. C. Guaranty. Capitol Cadillac Co., i 222 22nd st. n.w National 3300. Open lundays and evenings._j JLD8MOBILE 1935 H-cyllnder touring :oupe—The original paint is in perfect ondition: fine, clean cloth upholstery xcellent tires and motor. This car surely s in beautiful condition: *595. C. C C luaranty. Capitol Cadillac Co.. 1222 22nd it. n.w National 3300. Open Sundays ind evenings. 1 SALE—AUTOMOBILES. OLDSMOBHJt 1 n.'lrt demonstrators. 6~and 8 cylinder: liberal discounts; new-car guarantee Olds sates and service tinea 11*23. Pohanka Service. 1126 20th st. n.w. Phone District 0141.__ OIDSMOBILE 1020 coach: A-l mechanical condition. Here is a car good for thou sands of miles of satisfactory transporta ,ion JS yoar* for only *30 down, bal ance S.i 50 week Honestly Priced at *80. Owens Motor Oo , 6323 Oeorals ave. Get New Car Enjoyment at Reduced Prices—New Car Finance Rates-New Car Guarantee DEMONSTRATORS 1935 MASTER CHEVROLET SEDAN —Bin® with duc*o fender*; safety flan*; mileage about 7.700 mile*. Fully equipped. Delivered new lor $801. Save $106. Price 193ft MASTER CHEVROLET TRCNK SEDAN — Blue with duco fender*; aafety flats: mileage about 5.800. Fully equipped. Thin car delivered newr for $8*1.90. Save <5^05^ $116 90. Price now 1935 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN —Black, safety glass. cream wheel* gold stripe. long wearing tree hark upholstery. Mileage about 8.800 only. Delivered new for $790.75. Save $94 75. Price now OAfrEsJ 1936 MASTER CHEVROLET SEDAN —Green duco fenders to match: safety glass. Fully equipped. Mileage only 6.500. (This car is equipped with radio and will sell with radio for $750), without radio. * • 1936 MASTER CHEVROLET COACH —Black, safety glass; fully equipped. Cannot be told from n**w. car Mileage 7,000. Price ggyg 1933 MASTER CHEVROLET SEDAN —Tan. duco fenders; brand new. Car on show room floor. Safety glass. Car delivered for $801. Price now . ^ • •'Sf Our Stock Includes All Makes All Models—AH Prices WE HAVE THE PUN TO FIT YOUR PURSE MEMORIAL DAY I SALE! of 58 Select Late Models ■ Save $,00 W 1936 Ford V-8 Fordor Sedan Very low mileage. Just broken in properly. Origi nal black finish is flawless. Safety glass all around. Save over $100! Act at once. Use Steuart's “Own Pay Plan” I PLYMOUTH condition Inside and out. Motor exceptionally good. Goodyear tires practically new. Carries written and .'-da' money-back guar- U*>qt aniee ^*>*f*1 (ABn T V-S Tudor. rV/KL/ Beautiful black finish with red wheels practically new tires, dual carburetion One of the finest used cars we have had in a long COT5 while. Act quickly • *w - - -- ’ FORD ’^V-RSfdan. Avon r%Jfy green pearlesence i‘ -r finish. Chinese red wheels. fQf; Custom Ford Radio and custom-made seat covers * * rAn n i!»:t4 De Luxe Con i'WMVW verttble Coupe Brand-new canary yellow *. finish Khaki top like new ts Motor quiet and powerful. Rumble seat One car in a §§&.; thousand Fully &QQKI guaranteed ■* - FORD"14 ** Luxe rordor Sedan. Beautiful f-' pilot blue finish with Chinese ''*V ^ red wheels. Spotless broad v cloth upholstery: 1 m«” Mception- 8395 . * , ally fine FORD ’3S Tudor Sedan. Beautiful black fin ish. Interior is spotless Motor is perfection Itself. * Bargain at •? FORD ’35 V-8 Coupe. Orlg rv/ lnal lustrous black finish, neat green striping: Bedford cord up holstery; low mile age: heater ™ FORD 32 v'8 Luxe Fordor 8edan. Excep tionally clean Inside and out. Beautiful black finish with six green wheels, custom-made trunk: you absolutely can not tell this car gsarsw from new FORD ’33 V-8 Touring Fordor 6edan. Wash ington blue finish Chinese red wheels; seat covers: custom Ford Radio; twin horns, trunk: safety glass PfSA all around otliHI FORD 33 Tudor. A car that Is hard to find Beautiful gun-metal finish; motor quiet and smooth: safety glass; tires exceptional .. ..