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PRIVATE INVESTOR will purchase busi ness or residential property in the District, will pay all cash if desired. No commis sions. Box 100-C. Star._;_m_* _ OUT-OF-TOWN REAL ESTATE. J30 ACRES, New Mexico. Santa Fe R. r” Adobe house, well, barn; fenced and cross fenced, water rights; S\\r>on cash 01 £1,600 cash, balance quarterly. Box J(V* C. Star._• LOTS WANTED. *JAT CASH for lots in D. C or nearby Md SCOTT SANDERS. TR. 75«3. WILL PAY CASH IMMEDIATELY for «r°up of lots suitable for veterans' homes in D C- or suburbs. Please submit lull ny.ailsto Mr. Raymond, with FRANK S. PHILLIPS, 9^7 15th st. n.w. Dl. 1411. DISCHARGED VET. desires lot for home, vicinity Mass. ave. extended. Call after b. Ordway 0437. TWO GI BROTHERS and aunt want well located parking lot. AD, 0190 after -*» D.m. _*»4 CASH IMMEDIATELY for lots or acreage.! Mri Prompt settlements.! •JESS FISHER, 913 N. Y. ave. n.w. RE.! WANTED FOR GI HOMES—Nearby acreage or home acreage or lots with sewer avail-i «b!e. Give location, price and details. ! Box 4~*-R Star WILL PURCHASE FOR CASH lots or acre age located in the District of Columbia or I nearby Maryland or Virginia. Box 99-C, . Star.___ *24 * LOTS FOR SALE. ATTENTION VETERANS— We offer to you I choice lots on Peabody st. nr. New Hamp- i shire ave.. close to transp. Here is your ! chance to plan for your home. Sold on teas terms. HAMILTON REALTY CO 5625 Ga. ave. n.w. GE 8390. —23 IF YOU PLAN TO BUILD this spring and | want space for garden and chickens, see ! us for lots in Suitland. Silver Hill. Forest ville. Temple Hills. Parkland. Oxon Hill. Capitol Hghts., Seat Pleasant and Clinton Priced reasonable. Call Mr. Foley with DEWEY M. FTIEEMAN. 3214 Branch ave. SP. 0767. Closed Sundays. —24 ONLY *750 for a %-acre lot in large development near Silver Spring. Md. Only *50 down. KAY REALTY CO.. RA 2200. 5505 Georgia ave. n.w. WESTMORELAND HILLS, Washington’* most carefully restricted subdivision— Large wooded homesites. within \2 block of Westmoreland Circle, available at $3,500 up. All improvements are in. Call MR. i WHITE, OL. 3240 weekdays and OL. 69241 evenings and Sunday CHEVY CHASE VIEW. Md.—Cor., almost 16.000 sq. ft.: over 160-ft. frontage Conn 1 ave.: $2,250 cash. OWNER. SL. 2416. —23 I XIRKSJDE. Chevy Chase, Md., close to Chevy Chase Circle. We have a number of lots in this section ranging in price from $2,750 for inside lots to $3,450 for corner. Minimum frontage of 60 it. Call Woodley 2300 till 9 p.m. EDWARD H. JONES CO., INC., 5520 Connecticut ave. n.w. —27 ROCK C REEK PARK ESTATES—Beautiful detached homesites in an unusual setting. Washington’s finest in-town subdivision. Homes of distinction make this locality extremely desirable. Lots ranging in size from 10,000 sq. feet to 1 * of an acre. Now is the time to select a site for your future home. To reach property, drive out 10th «!. to Kalmia rd., turn left on Kalmla rd. to North Portal drive and signs. For further details call till 9 p.m., LEO M. BERNSTEIN CO. 1415 K st. n.w ME 5400. A Complete Real Estate In stitution. KENSINGTON, Wheaton rd.. Md.— Beauti ful bldk. site, highest elevation. 70x150. fiaveef street: all utilities; bus. etc.; $1,675 rash. OWNER. SL. 2416. —23 '‘QUAINT ACRES” — We are now selling beautiful homesites in this famous apple and peach orchard section, consisting of 13.1 o»e-acre or more individual tracts. Quaint Acres is situated between exclusive Burnt Mills Hills and Springbrook. and is located only 4 miles from the intersection , W ave and Colesville rd. Electricity. ’ rlefBone. city water and paved streets will jr available for those who contem plate building in the near future. Direc i.iob-s: Turn right on Colesville rd. at traffic iighi in Silver Spring. 4 miles to (Quaint Acres and our sign. Salesman at propertv j 1 to 5 daily. DREISEN-FREEDMAN. INC . .£?!e£VJlle rd ‘ SiIver Spring. Md *L. 6boo- SH 9112. —25 ‘ CORAL HILLS. Marlboro pike at District line—Restricted community; school bus and stores. Call MR. BOWLES. HO. 1037. VETERANS—Use your GI priority to build on choice lots. Priced at prewar level, eeverjl Enelish Village lots on and close jo \\r son lane of Bethesda. Extremely low prices. $1,295 and up: XO-ft. front age: good depth: convenient terms: public utilities are available. Call NA. 9141 or 'o. 1528 K st. n.w . FREDERICK W. BERENS. ‘>o DANDY BUILDING LOT in Fairhill sub divkion, on Lee highway, nr. Merrifield. Va. wV . v, S4~5 cash. Call C. R. MGr\AN. Falls Church 812-J-2. —23 POTOMAC AVE. and Manning pi. n.w.— ■T‘5 per mo. buys exclusive homesite: nom inal down payment. Address Box 469-B, Star. . *>3 LARGE WOODED LOTS near Falls Church, irom I,? to 3 acres; priced from $1,425. Phone ME. 3220. • KENSINGTON—A choice ]34-a. tract.; beautifully wooded, nicely elevated, all utilities available; conveniently located: ; near stores and trans.; price. $3.250.' E. S PRICE & CO.. ME. 3650. SL. 3429. ! OVER 1 ACRES, beautified by woods and’ »*mall stream, located in restricted sub-i division just beyond Silver Spring, com prising many fine homes and small es-i tates, $7,000 R P. RIPLEY. SH. 7539 <Sun. and eves.. SL. 4290, Mr. Hughes). —23 A CHOICE beautifully wooded 1-a. lot in Kensington Heights: electricity; coming section: priced at $1,600. Exclusive with E. S PRICE A: CO.. ME. 3650, or Mr. Ingram. Kensington 624. —23 SILVER SPRING - WOODMOOR — High, wooded lots, all utilities and paved street, '1 250. WI. 1683. evenings, OL. 3160. BEAUTIFUL LOCATION for a detached home on Potomac ave., near Newark st.; 50-foot front by 1 Off feet deep, price, *3.500. JAMES MORRIS WOODWARD, Realtor. 723 20th st. n.w. —27 CHOICE LOTS for homesites. in well planned community; these lots are wooded And- have wide frontage. A. V. PISANI, j WI. 5115. —25 1 LOVELY' LOT off upper 16th st.. lacing Rock Creek Park: paved street, excellent frontage and depth. WEAVER BROS., INC.. DI. 8300. GL. 4456. —24 COMMERCIAL LOT near 9th and L n.w . now used as parking lot: priced to sell. L. A MOSSBURG & CO., 1427 Eye st. n.w. 24' IDEAL LOCATION—Better hurry and come out and pick one of these lots from a group ; of 50 located in the heart of Silver Spring. Md. Price of $1,500 each includes all street improvements. Corner lots slightly higher. Terms. t2 cash, balance monthly. To inspect today call GRAHAM-HALL. Realtors. SH. 6626. —27 j SEVERAL SMALL commercial lot' in a de- | enable area of Silver Spring. Md.. priced at less than $7,000 each. For further in formation call Mr. Brincefield, with BEIT ZELL. DI. 3100 or ME. 5183. —23 FRONTING ROCK CREEK PARK—There are now available a limited number of highly desirable lots of excellent size (80x 200) facing the sylvan beauty of Rock Creek Park, on Oregon ave. between North ampton and Rittenhouse sts., in the Dis trict of Columbia. “Northampton on Rock Creek Park’’ is immediately adjacent to the fine recreational facilities located in this pan of the park. Lots of varying size not facing the park are also available at prices beginning at $3,875. Building and archi tectural restrictions running with the ground will insure a highly desirable place to live and adequate protection for your investment in a home. Phone DI. 1015 until 9 p.m. WM, H. SAUNDERS CO., INC.. Realtors <Est. 1887), 1519 K st. n.w. —24 CHEVY CHASE. D. C.—Averaging 60-foot frontage or better or 55c a square loot, these well-located lots are close to Rock Creek Park; terms may be arranged so that Part can be paid out of income monthly and in a year or so the entire lot is all paid for. Phone DI. 1015 until 9 p.m. WM. H SAUNDERS CO. INC-. Realtors, est. 1887. J519 K st. n.w7. —24 NEAR PINEY BRANCH RD.—Lot 4 0x120 to alley. Whittier pi. about 50 feet west, of Piney Branch rd.. block to Georgia ave., adjoins 6700 Piney Branch rd.: all im provements: price. $3,000: for immediate cash sale BEALL. TURNER A: CO., 1105 Vermont a’7e. ra. 0885: NA. 6131. C ORNER APARTMENT SITE, $5.000—Cor ner Webster st. n.w. and Rock Creek Church rd.. containing 3.704 square feet of land, all improvements at hand: will accommodate six or more apartment units. We believe the price is right. BEALL. TURNER A: CO . J105 Vermont ave. RA. 0885: NA 6131. NEAR 16th ST. N.W.—Shepherd Park.; Hemlock st.. east of 16th st., corner alley. 4 5x130. level, good foundation lot Price for cash, $4,000: all 'improvements: fine mansions all about. BEALL. TURNER A; CO 1105 Vermont ave. RA. 0885; NA. j 6131. • HILLCREST SECTION, S.E.—Wooded lots. 58x135; overlooking Government park: water and sewerage available; terms. Call NA. 1613; eve. and Sun., RA. 2120. SECOND COMMERCIAL ground, n.e.— 12-000 sauare feet, $7,000. Ideal for business that does not require street frontage, but property has 10-foot right of way to street, street frontage is avail able. however. Call F. ELIOT MIDDLE TON. RE. 1181. 1st COMMERCIAL, lot 30x86. at corner of alley on N st. n.e., jest off North Capi tol. Price, $5,000. F. ELIOT MIDDLE TON, RE. 1181. BETHESDA (MD.) AREA—Wooded lot 84x 184 ft. on Wilson lane near Glenbrook rd., in Eagemoor; all utilities in: close to schools, shopping and transportation. Price, $4,250. H. G. SMITHY CO., NA. 5903. exclusive agents. WOODRIDGE LOT, half sauare off Rhode Island ave.: fine location: only $1,900. terms. H C. MAYNCR Ac CO., 2314 Rhode Island ave. n.e . NO. 4338. —25 BE SURE TO SEE ORCHARDALE. a new subdivision in this most convenient n.w. area, just over D. C. line on River rd. Lots. $1,450 up. Mr. Flora. WI. 2388, with EDMUND J. FLYNN. RE. 1218. —25 BEAUTIFULLY wooded homesites abutting Rock Creek Park, in Locust Hills Estates, just 2 blocks north Naval Medical Center on Rockville pike. Select your homesite now while prices are low. EDSON W. BRIGGS. INC., owners. Phone VVI. 3038. SH. 1269. —29 DESIRABLE CORNER LOT. in District Heights, 60x150. residential. *OWNER. GE. 0066. —25 ATTENTION, all servicemen—We desire to j help you establish a home and will take rhis opportunity to invite you to inspect this restricted subdivision, and note the prices asked for ’ 2 to 34 acre suburban homesites. Competent builders will gladly assist vou with your future home plans, so1 don’t delay Make your appointment now. i Prices, S550 up: excel, terms. V. WARD; BOSWELL. Owner and Developer. 220 So. Washington st.. ALex. 2616; eves.. TE.: 6541. GL, 2806. —25 I ROCK CREEK PARK AREA, beaulllu! de tached homesite—Homes of distinction make this locality extremely desirable; lot contains more than 11 acre One look and you will have bought yourself a future homesite. Now is the time to buy a home aite O H. GARVIN. Realtor. Earle Bldg . EX 2223. Eves., Mr. Cullen. DU 4920. i —25 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY PARK N.W.. cor- j her cl 48th and Butterworth—2 adjoining ; Inis 50x127'j each; all plumbing improve ments in: 2 blka. from Apex Theater and •hopping centers. OR. 6508. —"4 1 _LOTS FOR SALE (Cant.)._ GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Lot 60x126. .1400 block 30th st. n.w., 2 blocks oil Conn, ave. Iseli. SL. 3000: eve.. SH. 0220 —24 ABOUT 3 MILES WEST of Falls Church. 1 block off Let hwy., 4 lots, 00x200: pike. I ‘‘“‘J’1 pal t cash and terms. FAST MAH ,v STEELE, Falls Church 2020. ARLINGTON, VA,—-Beautitul lot. 88-foOt frontage. JOS feet deep, with city water and sewer: 1 block off Lee liwy. Call Fan nin. METZLEK'S Va. office. OX. 0818. SILVER SPRING—10.000 sQ. It., commer cial corner: owner must sacriflee tor im mediate sale SAMUEL E. BOGLEY. ex clusive. 7 004 Wisconsin ave.. W1 1320, WL '>..00 Open evenings till II. —-’5 WHEELER RD. S.K., 1 block from D C. line: 100x375. level, wooded. $1,000 each. Also other locations nearby. 100x275. $050 ?*ch™T D burgess. 2524 Penna ave. s.e FR 2802 I'll 11.__—24 _ACREAGE FOR SALE. MASS. AVE., EXTENDED and Goldsboro rd.. 11.5 a and 11 mi. frontage on main road, raved, water, sewer: right for high class development. NORTHWEST REAL : TY. OL. 6867. _24 “QUAINT ACRES.” See ad under Lots for Sale. DREISEN-F REEDM AN. INC.. 86.'!'' Colesville rd.. Silver Spring, Md. SL. 0655. SH. 911*15 266 ACRES Potomac River farm near Riverside, opposite Maryland Light, about one and one-half miles from paved road: some good tobacco land, good duck hunt ing. fishing and boating: about 46 miles Irom Washington Price. 8100 per acre as a whole; eood terms. This land fronts about 4.000 feet on Potomac RivM'. Will .-,“11 2.)-Ecre tracts with river frontage at fair price, BEALL TURNER 4 CO. 1105 Vermont ave., Randolph 0885, National i 613] . • BUILDERS, INVESTORS attention— 53 ac*e? near Naval Ordnance Lab.. $l.ooo per acre: $5,000 cash, balance easy terms. Mr. McGarvey with J. LETTON MARTIN. Earle Bldg RE. 2492. GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO—100 acres of land near Laurel: 00 acres clear. 40 wood ed. Priced to sell. SNIDER, SL. 3000. GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—93/<* acres.’415 mi from D. C. line. Ideal for raising fowl Mod. home in excel, cond. Includes numerous outbldgs. Iseli. SL. 3000 —24 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—115 acres in Md., 35 mi. from D. C. 9-rm. mod. home, barn, chicken house, silo, etc.: excel, cond. Beautiful surroundings. Ideal for retired pepson Iseli. SL. 3000. —24 GEO. H WILLIAMS CO.—14 acres, with fruit trees, 5 mi. to Peace Cross; 5-rm. bungalow. Iseli, SL. 3000; eve., SH. 9220. GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—8 acres"” with fruit trees. 8-room cement block house. Iseli. SL. 3000: eve . SH. 9220. —24 MO ACRES, V.-mile frontage on Route »>0. 29 miles west of Winchester, the main route from Washington west. Good loca tion in nicp valley, two-thirds clear: eood farm and grazing land: stream runnin® through, several eood springs: hunting and fishing. A good refuge from possible atomic bombing. NO. 214 1 till 9 p.nv —25 It ACRES, good section Montgomery County, 390-ft. frontage on State road: has stream, woods, pond location: ideal homesite: 12 miles D C. on Route I 15. 3 miles from Manor Country Club $1,950. OWNER, WO. 1429. 9 to 5 p.m. —29 JUST 3 MILES from Chain Bridge—83 acres of beautiful rolling land: ideal for golf course or subdivision. Priced $50,0no. Call Pannill. METZLER'S Va. office. OX. 0878. A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE—High on a hill, bordering Difficult Run. about 10 miles to Falls Church. 28 acres, mostly cleared with partly finished lake. Excel lent for boating or fish preserve. Now 3 cabins, one with fireplace: fine for summer use. All-weather road to property. An ideal location for a home. Price, $9,45o. Ip cash and terms. EASTMAN Ac STEELE. Realtors. Falls Church 2620. 23 ACRES TO 438 ACRES—We have sev eral parcels of acreage suitable for in vestment or immediate development rang ing from 23 acres to 438 acres. Call Sligo 5400 eve. and Sun. Mr. Godfrey, SH. 6598. STANLEY PEARSON. 8236 Georgia ave. . _ —26 ACREAGE WANTED. CASH IMMEDIATELY for lots or acreage. D. C.. Va or Md : prompt settlements. JESS FISHER. 91.3 N. Y. ave li.w. RE. 80(50. —29 _FARMS FOR SALE._ IN LOUDOUN COUNTY, TA.» about 25 miles from Washington, in Pleasant Valley, a well-managed farm consisting of about 240 acres (80 good timber and 160 cultivated land, wheat, rye. corn, alfalfa): 7-room and bath frame house and A-room and bath frame bungalow; very large barn full of hay: also horse, cow and sheep ^taoles: smokehouse, chicken houses and many other outbuildings: complete farming implements: 4 work horses. 20 cows. Ui bull. 20 heifers, 7 hogs, 40 chickens, etc. Tenant farmer on premises. Entire prop erty fenced in. Price. .*49.850. REIBLE. agent. OX. 0515. GL. 0028 —24 121 -ACRE FARM in Fairfax Co , on good road; 5-room house, on high knoll, beau tiful view, barn and outbuildings: elec trici'y available; one of Northern Vir ginia s best trout streams through center of property, excellent grazing farm; mar ketable timber, sufficient to pay for farm. Immediate possession: $11,000: reason able terms to substantial purchaser. THOMAS <fc CO.. Vienna. Va . phone 125: eve., Vienna ill - J. 24.3-ACRE FARM. 25 miles from D. C.. near Lake Jackson; suitable as dairy, es tate, etc.: two streams running on each side of property: 100 acres cultivated, bal. in fine hardwood and pine timber: good 8-room house, bank barn: many other fine bldgs, elec., etc. Owner will sacrifice for $1.7,000, \3 cash. Write L. TEIEN. Rt. 1. Manassas. Va.. or phone a.m. only. Ma nassas 46-F-.3-2. _ofl DAIRY FARM. 237 acres in Loudoun Coun ty: stone house, barns, dairy herd, horses, farm equipment: 37 miles from D. C; yearly gross about *13,000: price. $50,000; moderate cash. BUCKLEY L BUCKLEY. 4617 Lee highway. CH. 4112. —23 J5 ACRES excellent ground with modern b-rm. and bath home; oil h.-w. heat; fire place; beautiful setting: located on main hwy only 9 ml. D. C. line. A real buy for $16,000. Farming equip,, including tractor, optional. DEWEY M FREEMAN. 3214 Branch ave. s.e. SP. 0767. Closed Sundays. _‘»;j A REAL TRUCK FARM. 27 acres. In high state of cultivation. Large 8-rm. and bath home »n excellent condition: small tenant house: 2 large tobacco barns and other farm bldgs.; located on State hwy. about 11 mi. D. C. line: *15.000: terms. DEWEY M FREEMAN. 3214 Branch ave. s e. SP. 0*0#. Closed Sundays —°:j OUTSTANDING CATTLE FARM _ 725“ acres, 38o clear, balance in good timber Larne cattle barn and concrete silo. 2 tenant houses, other buildings. Main house. 10 rooms. 4 fireplaces, full basement. Needs redecorating. Well fenced and wa tered; springs and running stream. All clear land in fine grass. Less than $50 acre- 4o minutes' drive from Washington in Fauquier County, Va.. on good road Call Mr. Harnsberger. TE. 4299. with I BEITZFLL -1—H.3 ATTENTION. GIs—15-acre farm tracts on Lee highway, just 25 mi. from Falls Church. Va Price. $2,250 per tract. Call JOHN C. WRIGHT. INC., CH. 4777. —27 1(H) ACRES, unimproved, near Fuck Lodge, on hard road, some timber, also year around stream; excellent site for home, high up overlooking the countryside for miles around; *8.500. R. P. RIPLEY, SH. 75.39. (Sun. and eves., DU. 4200. Ext. 404. Mr. Bogardus.) —23 FIVE-ACRE PLACE near Layhill. Md., 5 room, 2-story house, some small bldgs., on hard road. \\ mile to store and bus. only about 7 mi. to Silver Spg. P. O.. *7.950. R P. RIPLEY. SH. 1539. (Sun. and eves., DU. 4200. Ext. 404. Mr. Bogardus.) —24 STOCK AND DAIRY FARM of about 3 25 acres near Clarksburg. Md.. mostly under cultivation: dandy frame house with 8 rooms and 2 baths, h.-w. heat: 20-cow barn and dairy building in excellent con dition. tile silo and other bldgs, $15,750. R. P. RIPLEY. SH. 7539. (Sun. arn eves. DU. 4200. Ext. 404. Mr. Bogardus.) —2.3 STOC K AND DAIRY FARM—8-room mod ern brick house on 76 acres. 1st floor, livin'; room, dining room, equipped kitch en: 2nd floor. 4 bedrooms and bath: front and back stairway to 2nd floor; full base ment: oil heat, hot water: beautiful lawn, lots of trees and shrubbery 36-stanchion dairy barn, milkhouse, 2 silos, dry barn, horse barn, machine shed. 2 garages: more land available- 18 miles from D C. on good road. $37,500. *17.500 cash. J. L. C. WEST & JOHN E. TAYLOR. Falls c.nurcn 210 ACRES, good sandy loam soil; 70 acres timber: substantial cash payment; possession: some livestock and equipment. ACME REALTY CO.. UN. 3211. GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE, newly painted: 2 acres land, good well: on U. S. hwy.; elec, line by property; immediate possession. 83.750. wi’h $150 down. $100 in 60 days, balance $35 monthly. WILLIAM A. COOKE. Louisa. Va. GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Near Centerville —Beautiful 100-acre farm, good land, large stream, nice frame house, tenant house, excellent outbldgs. AX. 4011. —24 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—New 2-storv. fi rm. brick, under construction; 1% baths, full bsmt.. recreation rm., oil h.-w.h. and equipped kit. AX. 4011. —24 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—4Va acres with 3-rm. frame house. Ideal location to build lovely home. Price, $4,800. AX. 4011. —24 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Colonial 6-rm. brick. 1 bath, full bsmt., oil h.-a. heat and gar. AX. 4011. —24 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Living rm. with fireplace, din. rm.. kit., 1 bedrm and bath on 1st floor: 2 bedrms. and bath on 2nd floor. Pull bsmt.. oil h.-a. heat, large lot. AX. 40*1 —24 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO—N. Arlington near Lee hwy.—5-rm., 2-story brick home with 2 bedrms., oil heat, itove and refgr. Conveniently located. AX. 4011. —24 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—8-rm. Caoe Cod brick. 4 bedrms., 2V* baths, large liv. rm. with fireplace. Near busline and stores. AX. 4011. —24 VETERANS, ATTENTION—Here is your opportunity to own your own home and business, tobacco farm in Md., 141 acres. Must sell at once, due to other business. $7,500. Fine highway, clears over $3,000 per year on tobacco only. Financed through the GI Bill of Rights. For appoint ment. call WI. 2571. —28 3 MILES WEST OF BELTSVILLF. oil Gun powder rd.—98 acres very productive land, about 60 acres in grass and clover: 8 100m. 2-story asbestos-shingle frame house, modern and in first-class condition, high elevation, overlooking this faim and sur rounded by a large bluegrass lawn, beauti ful shade and shrubbery. Several out buildings Must be seen to be appreciated. Price. $26,500: terms. ALVTN EPLING. WA. 4954. —25 ONLY 2** MI. EAST OF GREENBELT— This 68-acre farm, large frontage on macadamized road. 4 8 acres in meadow, practically level: 6-room and bath. 2 story frame house, needs some repairs; larae dairy barn and concrete silo. This I larm could be subdivided into small tracts. I Price. $21,000, terms. ALVIN EPLING. WA. 4954. —25 I FARM, near future subdivision. 20 acres. 1 lj miles west of Baltimore blvd.. near U. S. Plant Industry; city water near; r* room frame house, by a little repair could be made into a nice home; some outbuild ings; fruit and berries: price. $16,950, i terms. ALVIN EPLING. WA. 4954. —25 FARMS WANTED. RETIRED SOLDIER, with small pension desires to purchase a farm on reasonable terms. Can pa? small down payment and good interest on balai ce. Write JOHN SAGAN. P. O. Bo* 10T, Arlington. , IN ANNAPOLIS AREA. Water front: retired physician, Wl. 2871. —28 i I BANKRUPTCY NOTICE._ IN THU DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Colum bia, Holding Bankruptcy Court—In the matter of Chester C. Bell, bankrupt. Bankruptcy No. dilttl. To the creditors of Chester C. Bell of the City of Washington, District of Columbia. Notice is hereby given that the said Chester C. Bell has been duly adjudged bankrupt on r peti tion filed by him on the 1 .‘Sth day of April. 194b. and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held on the 1st day of May. J5144*. at three o'clock P.M.. at the office of the Releree in Bankruptcy, b22 Tower Building. J4th and K Streets. North west, Wa.shingion, D. C.. w which time and place the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, ex amine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come be fore said meeting. JOHN A. BRESNAHAN, Referee in Bankruptcy.__ IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I United States for the District of Colum bia, Holding Bankruptcy Court—In the matter of Peter Francis O’Neil, Bank rupt. Bankruptcy No. 4 3b2. To the creditors of Peter Francis O’Neil of the City of Washington, District of Columbia. Notice is hereby given .that the said Peter Francis O’Neil has been duly adjudged bankrupt on a petition filed by him on the loth day of April, 194b, and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held on the 1st day of May. 194b, at two o'clock P.M., at the office of the Releree in Bank ruptcy. (>22 Tower Building, 14th and K Streets, Northwest, Washington. D. C., at which time and place the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and trans such other business as may properly come before said meeting. JOHN A. BRES NAHAN. Referee in Bankruptcy. _PROPOSALS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the Purchase Section. National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C., until *! p.m., May 10. 194b, and then publicly opened lor lurnishing materials and in sulating one constant temperature room in accordance with specifications and draw ings which may be obtained lrom the Pur chase Section, National Bureau of Sland ards,_WasJilnKton,_D. C.__ —23 FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY, Public Build ings Administration. Office of the Super vising Engineer, 19th and F sis. n.w., Washington 25, D. C., April 22, J94d.— Seal bids, in triplicate, will be received at this office until 1 p.m., April .‘Jo, 194b, and then publicly opened, for furnishing the materials, and performing the w'ork lor new concrete flooring, runway, etc., at the U. S. P. O.. mail equipment shops, Washington, D. C., in strict accordance with the bPeciflofttions dated PB-SE-R. April IS. 194b, and drawings (if any) men tioned therein: and the general conditions d.tea Sept. 15, 1942, and addendum there-; to uated May 15, 1944. Specifications I and other data may be had at the office! of the custodian of the building or the office of the supervising engineer. MURRAY M. DAVIS, Supervising Engineer. AUCTION SALES. _FUTURE. _ ADAM A. WESCHLER a SON. auctioneers. —High-grade new and used restaurant equipment. Four hundred bentwood chairs, 100 tables, cash registers, air whip, check ing machines, caroonators. Toastmasters, Savory toaster, Wyott cream dispensers, china, pastry cases, stock pots, baking pans, steel mixing bowls, cafeteria trays, 200 M meal checks, 32 doz. sun glasses, 105 dozens plated flat ware, etc., by auction at Weschler's, 905 E at. n.w., Monday, April 29, JO am.: 4 National cash registers, 400 bentwood chairs. Toastmaster 4 and 8 slice, 10 Wyott cream dispensers, 75 aluminum trays, chrome gas grill. 40 galv. iron cans and buckets. 19 Wyott Pastry cases, 7 barrel trucks, 5 National checking machines, 100 tables, 32" and 30" square; Savory gas toaster, 9 H. B. juice extractors, composition trays, 7 new stock pots, 3, 5 and 10 gal.; 35 new mixing bowls. 6 to 20 gal.; Witt gar bage cans, 10 gal.: soda fountain carbo nators, Silex. rubber bushings, glass mixer cups, leather palmed gloves, silver polish cleaner, folding tray stands menu boards, platform scale, etc. Terms: Cash. Prompt removal required._ _ THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auctioneers, Southern Building — Trustees’ Sale ol Valuable row brick dwelling known as premises 1446 Fairmont Street, North west. By virtue ot a certain deed of trust, duly recorded in Liber No. 6012. Folio 103. el seq., of the land records ol the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the under signed trustees will sell, at public auction, in front of the premises, on Tuesday, the seventh day of May. A D. 1946. at 4:00 o'clock P.M., the following-described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated as and being Lot numbered 19 in Margaret M. Math's I subdivision of part of Lot numbered 8 in I JBlock numbered 43, University Park, as ter plat recorded in the Book County 16, page 18 in the Office of the Surveyor lor said District. Subject to tl\e covenants of record affecting said property. Terms of Sale: One-third of the purchase-money) to be paid In cash, balance in two equal, installments, payable in one and two; years, with interest at 5 per centum per i annum, payable semi-annually, from day! of sale, secured by first deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the S option of the purchaser. A deposit oi | $300.00 will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be com plied with within 30 days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the light to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days’ advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washing ton. D. C HENRY P. BLAIR, ARTHUR HFj.T-EN. Trustees._ap23,27,30,my2,4.6._j THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auctioneers, 4 35 Southern Bldg.—Trustees’ sale of valuable 3-story brick dwelling known as premises 1128 5th St. N.W. By virtue of a cer tain deed of trust recorded, in liber No. 1106, folio 43 et sea., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction within the office of Thos. J. Owen &; Son, Room 435, Southern Bide., Fif teenth and H Sts. N.W., on Friday, the 3rd day of May A.D.. 194 6, at 2 o'clock p.m., the following-described land and premises, situated in the District of Co lumbia. and designated as and being lot 78 in T. Franklin Schneider’s subdivision of Square 482 as per plat recorded in the Office of the Surveyor lor the District of Columbia in liber 11. lolio 122. Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed of trust for $3,250. further particulars of which will be announced at time ol sale: the purchase price above said trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of $500 required. Conveyancing, recording, etc., at purchaser's cost. Terms to be complied with within 30 days, other wise deposit, iorfeited and the property may be advertised and resold at the dit cretion of the trustees. WILLIAM O. COOLEY. DORIE C. GRUVER, Trustees. apl9.23,26.29myl LEGAL NOTICES. FREDERICK STOHLMAN, JOHN W'. GUL LEDGE and GEORGE A. CASSIDY, Jr.. Attorneys, Union Trust Bldg. Filed April 12, 1946.—Charles E. Stewart, Clerk IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Colum bia.—Florence K. 8tonlman. Plaintiff, vs. the unknown heirs, alienees, etc., of: 1. Richard Thompson, deceased, et al.. De fendants.—-Civil Action. No. 32912.— ORDER OF PUBLICATION.—The object of this suit is to obtain a judgment declaring good in fee simple by adverse possession title to lot 39 in W. E. Van Deusen's Com bination of lots in Square 1206. as per plat recorded in Liber 50, folio 150 of the Surveyors Office Records, also those parts of lots 23 to 30, inclusive, in Thomas M. Talbott’s subdivision of part of Square 1206 as per plat recorded in Liber 30. folio 94 of the Surveyor's Office Records, described as follows: Beginning for the same on the south line of Prospect Street at the northwest coiner of said lot 39 and running thence west on Prospect Street 4.30 feet to the west face of the west wall of premises 3212 Prospect Street, thence south along said wrest face of said wall 120 feet more or less to a point dis tant 120 feet north of M Street, and 23/100 of a foot east of the most westerly boundary of Raid lot 39: thence with a line of said lot 39 east 2.29 feet more or less to an angle In said lot 39 and thence north with the line of said lot 39 120 feet to the place of beginning, being known tax' lot 824 in said square, improved by premises 3287-3289 M Street and 3272 Prospect Street, also pafts of lots 20 and 21 in “Old Georgetown.” Square 36. now Square 1206. being known as tax lots 819 and 820 in Square 1206. On motion of the attorneys for the plaintiff, it is by the Court this 12th dav of April. 1946.. ORDERED that the unknown heirs, alienees and devisees of the defendants. Richard1 Thompson. John Jonsonby. Benjamin Shepard. James G. Shepard. William Mc Ilvaine. Valentine Reintxell. James Clagett, and Alfred H. Boucher, deceased, cause their appearance to be entered on or be fore the first rule day occurring one month after the day of the first publica tion hereof, otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default: pro vided w copy of this Order be published once a week for three successive weeks In the Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star newspaper before said date, good cause having been shown why longer and other publication is unnecessary. (S> JENNINGS BAILEY. Justice. tSeal). A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By EMMA C. SIMPSON. Deputy Clerk.apl6.23.30 JOSEPH A. RONEY. Attorney for Plaintiff,! 500 Woodward Bldg.. D. C. Filed April 5. 194H, Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Co lumbia.—Burton A. Decker, Plaintiff, vs. Jane B Decker, Defendant.—Civil Action No. 33337.—Order of Publication—Absent Defendant.—The object of this suit Is to obtain an absolute divorce on the grounds of desertion of two years. On motion of the Plaintiff it is. this 5th day of April. 15140. Ordered that the Defendant, Jane B Decker, cause her appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days, occurring after the day of the first publication of this order: otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided a cODy of this Older be published once a week for three succes sive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter and The Washington Evening Star before said day. Attest: (S.) JEN NINGS BAILEY. Justice. (Seal 1 A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E STEWART. Clerk. By EMMA C. SIMPSON. Deputy Clerk._apil.l 6,33, JOHN B. PREBILICH. LEON L. SCLAWY. Attorneys, Suite 333 Portland Bldg.. 113# Vermont Are. N.W.. Washington. D. C. Filed April l". J!>4t;—Charles E. Stewart, Clerk IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United Stales lor the District of Co lumbia.—111 Re Application ol ERNEST JOSEPH McCOY for change of name.— Civil Action No. 34-_’(ifl..—ERNEST JOSEPH McCOY. having filed a complaint for a judgment changing his name to ERNEST JOSEPH McCASLIN and having applied to ihe Court for an order of publication oi noLce required by law in such cases, it is. by the Court, this nth day of April. 194tt ORDERED that all Dersor.s concerned show cause, if any there be, on or before (he Uth day of May. 194H. why the prayers of said complaint should not be granted: Provided. That a copy of this order be published once a week for three con secutive weeks before said day in The Evening Star and the Washington Law Reporter. (S.t JENNINGS BAILEY. Jus tice. (Seal.) A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART, Clerk. By EMMA C. SIMPSON, Deputy Clerk. APIS,33,30 i LEGAL NOTICES (Cont.) CHARLES V. IMLAY. GEORGE A. HOSP1DOR. Attorneys. Kellogg Building. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 07.075. Ad ministration.—This is 10 Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters of Administration, c.t.a., on the estate of Teresa Kathrine Smith, late o! the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the . deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with tiie vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on cr before the Hth duy of April. A.D. 1947: otherwise they may by law be excluded from ull benent of said estate. Given under my hand this 9th day of April. 194 9. (S.i DOROTHY T. SMITH. 14.15 Clifton St. N.W. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills lor the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probaie_Court._a pi 9/L'l.HO_ LEON I.. SCLAWY JL JOHN B. PREBTLiG'H, Attorneys, Suite Portland Bldg. Filed April 5, 194(1. Charles E. Stewart. Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States lor the District of Co lumbia.—Emile H. Benel. 17\*8 P Street N.W., Washington. D. C., Plaintiff, vs. Baila Blumenfeld Benel, Lima, Peru. South America, De lend ant. — No. :t.I5T(i. — The object of ’his suit is for absolute divorce, on grounds of desertion. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 6th day of April. 1949. ordered that the defendant Baila Blumen feld Benel cause her appearance to De entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days. occurring alter the day ol the first publication o! this order: otherwise the ■au.se will be proceeded with as in case ol default. Provided, a copy ol this order be published once r week, for three suc cessive weeks in the Washington Law Re porter, and The Evening Star before said da>. Attest- <S.) JENNINGS BAILEY. Justice. (Seal.) CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By EMMA C. SIMPSON. Deputy Clerk.__ ap9.19.fI9. MONEY TO LOAN I.t TRUST LOANS on real estate, low rates, terms or monthly payments. P. J WAL3HE. INC 1115 Eye st. n.w . NA. 6468. UNLIMITED FUNDS available 1 or 1st anci •!n<l trust loans DRURY REALTY COUP.. RF. 1 I ■ill MONEY ON SECOND TRUST—We will buy aecond-trust notes, D. C.. nearby Md or Va. Reasonable rates. NATIONAL MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT C01IP.. 1311 N. Y. ave. n.w. National 6833. HOME LOANS—Low monthly payments. Including principal. Interest and taxes. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS A- LOAN ASSOC.. 610 13th st n.w DI 2370 MONEY on let or 2nd trusts: prompt action, reasonable rates: nearby Md . Va. or D. C. property. THE AMERICAN CO.. 807 lfith. NA 8032. 1st ANI1 2nd TRUST LOANS—Prompt and courteous service. Consult us before bor rowing. Lowest rales. COLONIAL INVEST MENT CO.. 817 Oth st. n.w.. RE. 6650 1st. 2nd AND 3rd TRUST LOANS on teal estate. Cash in 48 hours. TA 3202 weekday eves. 7 to 0 p m. —27 MORTGAGE LOANS, 47 interest. Prompt service. MOORE & HILL CO.. 801 17th st n.w. _GARAGES FOR SALE._ FACTORY BUILT, sizes 12X30 and 20x20 STRAND BUILT overhead doors. Easy terms. Immediate delivery Visit our dis play of models. 1109 Jefferson Davis hwy . Arlington, Va Ooen 9 a m. to 9 p.m., Suu d«y and holidays, or phone JA 2104_ AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS. NEW-TYPE TIRE RECAPPING by the Den Nap electric process: beautiful tread. 2 hour service: electric-treated sections if your tire is cut. See your tires being re capped at ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. Wash ington's Largest Pontiac Dealer. 1437 Irving st. n.w.. AD. 8500 Quick, efficient service. PONTIAC OWNERS. ATTENTION! We have just received a large shipment of good quality seat covers in popular colors. They will also fit other models of General Mo tors cars Prompt and neat installation if desired ARCADE PONTIAC CO. 1437 Irving st. n.w. Adame. 8500 AUTO LUGGAGE TRAILER* immediate de livery. new shipment iust arrived; the neatest one you have ever seen, suitable tor merchants, farmers, fishermen and tour ing Low priced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. 1437 Irving st. n.w , AD. 8500 Wash ington’s Largest Pontiac Dealer. TIRES, new. used ana recaps; recapping. 1-day service; guaranteed workman: hin and material CONSOLIDATED SALES CO. 1498 H st ne. LU. 0834. NEW AUTO PARTS—Grille-, hub caps, cylinder heads, mufflers, wheels, floor mats, lenses, speedometer cable, and housing, lacks, grille guards, auto materials, glove compartment locks, auto glass installed, transmissions rebuilt and guaranteed., J. L BRENNER & CO. 194o Montana ave n e . FR. 1 940. _ AUTO BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS—For prompt service and outstanding workman ship see Mr. Bestpitch at. CHEVY CHASE MOTOR CO . INC , 7725 W»>. ave . Wl. 1 835. __ TRUCK TIRE DEALERS and truck owners: I have just received a large shipment ol f.6ox*.0 h.-d. 8-ply. high tread used truck tires, in good condition. Also have on hand some repairable* of the same size Phone Baltimore. Madison 6708-J, between •*,Pm- for appointment. 25* NORlHV\EST SHOVEL, model No. 105 • good condition; choice of f>o ft. crane boom. 1-yard shovel, front or hack hoe Cali SL 7841. or eve'. GE 7 733 — _’ ’_ TRAILERS. WANTED—Boat trailer. Wl. 8313. _23 AND USED house trailers on 12 to ^4 month terms Metal luggaize trailers Painting and repair service: also accps Cash lor your trailer RICHTER TRAILER SALRB. Route 1. Berwyn. Md Tel Tower o<>35 NEW AND USED HOUSE TRAILERS for Sfm;-?ranlte’ c5pxless. *Lnd stake model utility trailers, all-steel, heavy-duty dump trailers: convenient terms. Rental service P°at and luggage trailers. Complete service and repair for all makes of trailers We have in stock a complete line of the following accessories; beds, stoves. Venetian blinds, hitches, helper springs, etc Good year 8-ply 750x18 tires to fit most trailers and Cadillac. Packard. Buick and Chrysler cars If you are Interested in selling your trailer for cash, call Mr. Ladd at WO 3231 for the best possible price AMERICAN TRAILER CO.. INC., 4030 Wisconsin ave 2x■ Open until 9 p.m. AMERICAN 1942 22-ft.: 2 rooms, excellent condition; extras. Inquire Dobruk. VIN CENTS TRAILER PARK. 3200 Kenilworth. Hyattsville, Md. 24* SALE—Covered wagon, hot water, tandem wheel*: sleeps 4: $1,550. WASH. TRAILER CAMP.. Lot. 30, afternoons 24* WANTED, small house trailer to Use as office. Will pay cash. GE 8833 —25 HOUSE TRAILER. J944 Travelo. sleeps 4‘ in fine condition: $2,250. JONES TRAIL ER PARK. Berwyn. Md. _ 25" MOTORCYCLES. ANNOUNCING new 1948 Indian, now on display. Orders taken on priority basis Come see it now! INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SALES. 911 9t!l st. n.w.. RE. 0911. INDIAN motorcycle 19.19 4-cyl.: excellent condition, aood tires, new battery: reason able: must sell, leaving town. Call TA 8447 after 8 p.m. • 1946 HARLFY-UAV1DSON. model WL, all accessories. Sinclair Station. 5131 Wis. ave. WO. 9Simi.__n ♦ AUTO TRUCKS FOR SALE. 1‘4-TON long wheelbase dump truck, 1940: 3-speed rear end. 10()-h.p. motor. Vien na. Vg., 6th house on Bulla rd. Phone 300-W.. Va. 3:t* CHEVROLET 1941 truck, cab and chassis. I la-ton. 700X30 dual wheels and lo-ply tires, auxiliary springs and Power take off. excellent mechanical condition and very good rubber: price. ¥748, within OPA ceiling EICHBERG AUTO SALES CO . 1337 R st. n.w . HO. 2876. F ORD 1937 truck with J 7-Inch stake body, dual rear tires: $327: operating condition. 3 206 K st. n.w —35 CHEVROLET ’.37 "ii-ton panel with iron rack on top; damaged radiator grille, fender, light; priced for "as is." $150 cash._710 R. I. ave. n.e. DU, 2.327. —35 ARMY SURPLUS TRUCKS by Centra! Mo tor Co., authorized GMC truck dealer A new group of trucks just received; some new. Panel—1947 Chevrolet Dumps—1942 Chevrolets, 114-ton: 1943 Federal 372-ton. 5-sneed Stakes—1942 Chevrolets; 1‘,4-ton: 1943 2’a-ton GMC. Pole Line trucks—1>/2 tons. 2 Fords. 1 GMC Vans—1947 GMC's. 2'i tons Tractor and trailer — 1942 Chevrolet ton. 18-ft van semitrailer. Trailers—>/2-ton. ‘.-ton, 1-ton. Jeep—1943 Wiilys Airborne. $595. Van bodies—13x6x7 ft.. $260-$360 (new) CENTRAL MOTOR CO.. 3143 Lee Hwy . Arlington. Va. Daily and Saturdays. 8 to 6; Sunday. 10 to 3. CH. 7006. OX. 0662 To reach: Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn right at circle onto Lee Hwy. (Route 211 or 291. drive 1miles__ AUTO CAR. 1TR tractor. 1939: sleeper cab. air brakes. 10.00x20 tires and Frau hauf van semitrailer, air brakes; 10.00x20 tires; both in line condition. Federal tractors (four), 3-4 tons. lO.OOx 30 tires: excellent condition, very rea sonab't: also box-type semitrailers with 10.0(1x20 tires. Do you need a new engine? We have new' Hercules and Continental engines which swill fit many makes of trucks. We can install in 24 hours if desired. SHERIFF MOTOR CO„ 900 R. I. ave h e. MJ- 6000, —30 AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. NEW J‘4-TON STAKE BODY. 24 -hr. serv ice, day or contract; low rates. TA. 4382 or RA. 2435.—75 _AUTO PAINTING. AUTO PAINTING—Complete job. $35 up; work guaranteed. GILBERT. 4103 Pa ave. ext, f.e. LI 3539._ _AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. CHEVROLET 1035 2-door de luxe sedan This car has good motor. lair tires: looks well: $205, within OPA ceiling. Alex andria 57X3. CHEVROLET 1041 taxi, with PUC: new motor and good tires, radio, heater and spotlight. Can be seen Tues. and Wed. between 1 and 3 at BELL CAB CO.. 1317 HI)IMMOBILE 1038 4-door sedan- good condition; $350. below OPA ceiling CITY SERVICE STATION. 10th and North Moore Sts., Rosstvn. Va. —*'5 KAISER-FRASER—Taking orders for these sensational 104; automobiles. CENTRAL MOTOR CO., 3143 Lee hwy., Arlington. CH 7000. OX 0552. KAISER ANU FRAZIER—Order your 1047 model now: highest, priority lor early de livery by trading your old car now JACK PRY. 15.39 Pa. ave. s.e. TR. 7 20:1-4-5._ BENDALL’S SPECIALS: ’41 Packard “120” 4-dr,, r. and h. $1,749 ’38 Nash 4-door 735 '41 Studebaker Champion 2-dr. 920 ■40 La Salle 4-dr. sedan 1.350 '4 1 De Soto 4-dr., r. and h. 1.295 41 Lincoln-Zephyr conv., r. and h. 1.050 '40 Studebaker Commander 4-dr. . J .030 '39 Hudson coupe . _ . _ 095 '38 Packard coupe _ 400 '40 Studebaker coupe 950 '39 Mercury conv.. r. and h_ 893 '30 Studebaker 4-dr. _ _ _ 525 '41 Lincoln Zephyr club cpe. __ 1.000 '40 Packard 4-dr. 995 •35 Terraplane coupe 395 Plus 00 more io all makes and models BENDALL PONTIAC. 1011 King at., Alex andria. Va. TE. 7835. Open tvei. until 0 E.m. —25 4 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (Con*!.) MERCURY J941 2-door sedan, r. and h.: as is. $964 <OPA ceiling). CENTRAL MO TOR CO., 3143 Lee hwy., Arlington, CH. 7000. —25 PLYMOUTH 1935 coupe; runs good; below OPA ceiling, as is. $285. Call Tower 6031. PONTIAC 1937 de luxe 2-dr. ir. sedan, excel, cond., completely equipped, A-l shape for long-distance trip- $47 5. Within OPA ceiling. Will take clean 1935-1936 trade in. 2034 11 st. n.w. • PONTIAC 1935 2-door sedan: clean in-1 side and out; runs good: $.155, within OPA ceiling price. 1529 14th st. n.w. TAXI-1939 Chevrolet- PUC license: Just.) passed inspection. Must sell by Thursday i 32 Crittenden si n.e _ COMPARE THESE CARS—a fine selection 1 of iate models Will sell with or without i trade. OPA ceiling Prices and some below Buy from an old-established Buiek agency | '4 2 Lincoln-Zephyr cl. cpe., r. and h . with liquarnatic drive $2,195 42 Studfbaker Commander “6" se dan. heater 1.359 I 42 Pontiac *‘8” Streamliner sedan. heater 1.406 j ’42 Chrysler New Yorker sedan: radio and heater, vacuum drive. 1.895 j '41 Olds ‘78 ’ 4-dr. sed., r. and h. 1,394 1 41 Chrysler royal brougham, radio and heater, fluid drive 1.336 '41 Lincoln-Zephyr 4 - door sedan; heater 1,837 J ’41 De So»o 2-door brougham: radio and heater, simpl. transmission 1.330 '4 1 Packard 6 - cyl. 4 - door sedan; radio and heater 1.313 Many others to choose from. HYATTS VILLE BUICK CO . WA. 4111 _AUTOMOBILES WANTED. BIIICK. American Bantam. Chevrolet, Ford Packard or any car, In good condition urgently needed. We pay the full ceiling price in cash in 3 minutes. LOVING MOTORS. ]!U!1 M st. n.w. BUIl.K. Chrysler, Dodge. Plymouth. Oldt and Pontiacs badly needed to supply de mand of returning overseas veterans. Highest prices paid for clean cars. Drive inside our modern oarl-ing building tor appraisal or call Mr. Miller at EX. 4800 RANDALL MOTORS. INC.. 1150 17th st n w (come-- I7»h and Ml BUICK OWNERS—Oct everv dollar your! car is worth. EM. 0754. Bob Terrell. Positive transportation may be arranged while waiting tor your new car. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 44.73 Conti, ave. BUICKS. Chevrolets, Fords, Pontiacs or! any make ot car that has had good care We need them and will pay the highest! ceiling price. SI HAWKINS. 1333 14th i KUICKS WANTED—1 will pay the high Sl,TTC?!:l!.t.<loUi)rsk any hiake, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. gve at 30th st. n.e Adams 8344. CHEVROLET OWNERS—Get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 0754. Bob Ter rett. Positive transportation may be ar- ! ranged while waiting tor your new car CAROLINA AUTO SALES, 5100 Wis, ave tl'M KOI.ET OWNERS, get every dollar youi car is worth, EM. 0754. J Dewey R'Ce. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn ave CHEVROLET, late sedan: will pay top cash ■or low-mileage car. WESTMORELAND AUTOS. TA. 4300. CHEVROLETS WANTED — I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 30th st. n.e. Adams 8344. t HEVROLETS—Cash tor your car, no red tape. SCHLEGEL * GOLDEN, 357 Carroll st. Takoma Park D C Georgia 3300 CHEVROLET. PLYMOUTH; private party must have J936 to J943; in good conal tion. all cash. Call EX, .3870. —31 CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER will pav the maximum cash price lor any desirable car; save time WHEELER, INC., 4810 Wisconsin. OR. 1030. 0 to 8. Closed Sun. EORD OR MERCURY—Will pay extra lor late sedan in good condition WEST MORELAND AUTOS. TA. 4300. EORD OWNERS—Get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. Bob Terrett. Posi tive transportation may be arranged while tor your new car. CENTRAL MO TOR SALES. 4433 Conn. ave. *PPPJt^’ash ,or ’0U1 car, u° red tape gCHLEG*L GOLDEN. 357 Carroll st . c • Georgia 3300 IORD OWNERS, get every dollar your car IS worth. EM 9754. J Dewev Rice CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4433 Conn ave. I ORDS WANTED—1 will pay the highest cash dollars any make, any model. WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 30th st. n.e Adams 8344 OLDSMOBILES WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, anv model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R I “Ytv, at.SOth st, n.e. Adams 8344. Pl.l MOUTHS WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, anv model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R I I ave. at 20th st n.e Adams 8344 PLYMOUTH OK DODGE. 40, '41 or '43 sedan. We pay more for good cars WESTMORELAND AUTOS. TA. 4300. PLYMOUTH!}-—Lash tor youi car. no red tape SCHLEGEL A GOLDEN, 357 Carroll st.. Takoma Park. D C. Georgia 3300. PLYMOUTH OWNERS—Get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754, Bob Terrett Positive transportation mav be arranged while waiting for your new car. CENTRA1 .MOTOR SALES 4433 Conn. ave. PONTIACS WANTED—I will pav the high est cash dollars, any make, any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. gve at 30th st. n.e Adams 83,44. PONTIAC OWNERS—II you are planning to sell your car. see Jack Blank first. Highest cash prices and courteous service ARCADE PONTIAC CO., Washingtons Largest Pontiac Dealer, 1437 Irving st n.w., AD. 8500. PONTIAC OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth EM 9754, J. Dewey Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4433 Conn ave STl, DEBAKERS wanted—I will pav the highest cash dollars, any make, any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I ave at 30th t n.e Adams 8344 AN HONEST PRICE for your Plymoulh Dodge. De Soto or Chrysler SID WELL BORN MOTORS. Chrysier-Plymouth deal ers. 8000 Georgia ave.. SH. 4500. BRING YOUR Til LE and set highest spot cash tor your car. WORRELL MOTOR CO . J553 Pa ave. s.e., FR. 1039. PRICE NO OBJECT—Any make or model. 1931 to 194! , will come with cash RHODE ISLAND MOTORS. 1630 R I. ave. n.e.. MI. 9774 OLD-MODEL CARS, any make, price no object; will call with cash. RHODE IS LAND MOTORS. 1630 R. L ave. n.e. MI. CASH AT ONCE—Top-dollar prices at COAST-IN PONTIAC, 407-433 Florida ave. n.e., AT. 7300. Open evenings. OUT-OF-TOWN CASH BUYERS available, be sure to get their big cash price for your car. Adams 8344. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I ave. at 30th st. n.e. SEE L'S BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA SERVICE. 1136 30th st n.w. District 9141 CAPITAL CADILLAC CO —We are urgently in need ot used cars and are paying high est orices tor Cadillacs. Buicks. La Salles. Oldsmobiles and all other makes; get our prices before you sell. CAPITAL CADIL LAC CO. Cadillacs and Oldsmobiles. 1333 33nd st. n.w. NA. .3300. —31 VETERAN really needs late-model car in good running cond.. any make, will pay all cash DE 1094. —37 EX-SERVICEMAN wants to buy a pri vately owned car. will pay all cash Drive no object. Call Mr. Carre. Adams 8344 WILLIAMS AUTO SALES A PRIVATE PARTY with a good car. call Adams 8344 1 will pay you a high cash price. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES FULL RETAIL PRICE PAID lor your car. all cash no checks. Don’t take less. Call Adams 8344. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. VETERAN WANTS '41. M3. '46 model car: cash: private owner only. Box 57-C. Star. WANTED, yout carl Don't watt ana De sorry, delay might, cost you hundreds of dcilars. Sell your car today to McKee and get absolutely top value We'll also give you a priority number to make you among the first to get a new Pontiac (that time can't be too far away) We desper ately need your car and we are prepared to go the limit See us today. McKEE PONTIAC. INC.. 33nd and N Sts n.w.. ME. 0400 TO GET TOP CEILING PRICE, call Bob Cook. COOK MOTOR CO.. N 11 ave. and L n.w.. ME 883*. DI 9526 MAYFLOWER MOTORS. INC., exclusive. Lincoln-Mercury dealer—We will buy or trade your car for the highest price. Do not sell before getting our price. Con veniently located at 1125 15th st. n.w RE 0303 WANTED FOR CASH, anv make or model car. truck or station wagon; highest legal prices oaid. Phone WI. 1635—and our buyers will call at your convenience. CHEVY CHASE MOTOR CO. Chevrolet dealer. 7735 Wisconsin ave. n w. HOI.D IT just a minute' Tc get (lie high est cash orice tor your car. regardless of condition, make or year, drive in or call DU. 3877. 1717 Rhodp Island ave. ne. BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO Open 9am until 9 p.m. HIGHEST CASH PRICES for Chrvslers. Buicks. Packards. Cadillacs. Studebakers Dodges. Plymouths. Chevrolets Call or drive by GENE CASTLEBERRY. 164n Henning rd n.e.. FR. 53.31. FULL CEILING PRICES PAID—Don’t sell until you see us: need 100 cars—1930 to 1943 cars; absolutely high cash price. If car Is paid lor. will give you cash. It car is not paid tor. will pay oft balance and pay cash difference. BARNES-SANDERS MOTORS. Washington’s oldest exclusive! used-car dealers. See Mr. Barnes tor ap praisal. All cash or certified check. Only one location. Drive in open lot, 1300 3 4th. corner N st. n.w. Open 8:30 to 5. closed on Sunday. Call North till for aDoraisal TOP PRICE FOR YOUR CAB. anv make, any model, never too new. never too old. Open eves, and Sun Plenty parking space Will come to vour home or offire WINNS MOTORS. ' Win With Winn,” 159 Florida ave. n.e.. EX 369,8 BUICK, CHEVROLET or any make car. Will pay highest cash price. FLOOD PONTIAC. 4331 Connecticut. WO 8400. BUSINESSMAN in urgent need of car. ’38 or later; cash; private party only. GE 4438. —05 PRIVATE PARTY wants car. any make, perfect condition. No dealers. RA. 7761 —26 PRIVATE PARTY urgently needs car at once; late model preferred: will pay yoor price If in good condition. Phone NO 3273. —26 CASH FOR YOUR CAR—Fords. Chevrolets »nd fjymouths. Phone Atlantic 5800 °TEUART MOTORS. 3rd and H sts. n.e. BUICK OWNERS sell their cars for cash to EMERSON & ORME. 17th and M sts. n.w. SELL YOUR CAR to EMERSON Sc ORME. 1 <th and M sts. n.w Call DI. 8100 for cash offer WE WILL BUY your '39. ’40 and ’41 Ford. Chevrolet or Plymouth: top ceiling price See Washington’s oldest Ford dealer. HILL Sc TIBBETTS. 1114 Vermont ave. n.w., NA. 9850. CAR for disabled vet: Ford ’37, ’38. *39 coupe. Tudor: must be good condition: no dealers Call RA. 0520 alter 6 p.m. 24* PRIVATE PARTY' needs good clean ’40, ‘4 1 or '42 car. any type: convertible pre ferred. NORMANDY MARKET. AT. 7113. AT. 1458 alter 7 p.m. —28 EX-ARMY’ OFFICER has cash for 1940 or later model car: price no object. Shepherd 7928. 8302 16th st. n.w. —24 PRIVATE PARTY will pay cash for '38 or later car in good condition OR 5012. 25 WILL EXCHANGE 1936 Ford coupe and cash for later model car or will buy out right. RE. 6700. Ext. 73602. 9 to 5. —24 ! NAVAL OFFICER will pay cash lor '38-’42 car: good condition. Phone UN. 3498 or RE. 7400. Ext. 5436. EX-SERVICEMAN will pay cash for 1939. 1940 or 1941 privately owned car. Call * E. WILKINS. CO. 8970. 3-6|P.m. 24* HAVE BEEN ENVYING Hu lucky car owners since my discharge. Have all cash for good ’39 to ’42 Ford. Chevrolet or1 Plymouth: essential to job and keeping peace at. home Call RE. 7500, Ext. 3206. days: GL. 6029. nights. —29 VETERAN DESIRES any make or model car. all cash; needed immediately. RA. 3016 between 6 and 8 p.m. —25 1936 OR 1937 6-CYLINDER CAR. in fair condition: will pay cash. 634 Farraaut st n.w.. TA. 9811. —25 VETERAN DESIRES small car from private owner. HO. 4073. i MISTER BREGER 1 - — —m—i —By Dave Breger •*■11 ii ——rzvmm/v/Tzn GLAMOUR GIRLS —By Don Flowers •'Yes, I wear adjustable straps on my slips. Why?” Points for Parents -Bv FDYrH THOMAS WALLACE Guidance which helps a teen-ager snake his own decision is much snore acceptable and effective than is a promise extracted under pressure. This ta4 Wb«« *ri**«» Not This Y^ ' Father—I wish you'd write down the reasons you'd like to smoke and the ones against smoking at your age—then weigh them one against the other before you make your decision. Father—A fellow your age has no business smoking and I want you td promise me you won't. If I find out you've broken your promise, I'm going to stop your allowance. Nature's Children Bv LILLIAN COX ATHEY. DESERT CHUCKWALLA (Sauromalus ater). Next to the Gila Monster, the Chuckwalla is the largest lizard of our Southwestern deserts. He is one of the true lizards of the United States and giant ones of today reach a length of 2 feet and weigh over a pound and a half. They are fascinating in their ugli ness. Heavily built, with thick tails, loose, wrinkled, scaly skins, narrow hoards and broad bellies. Usually they are a plain brown or black. The younger generation llfcve red dish sides and tails with four or five broad, dusky bands around the tail. Wherever it is hottest, there you may look lor contented chucks. They seem to take squatter's rights to certain rocks. On the sands of Western Arizona, Southern Nevada and Utah, Southeastern California and Western Mexico and in the Colorado Desert the Chuckwalla Mountains were named for them. But they never select a homesite without rocks. At first sight these sun worship- j ers look fierce. ^Actually they are timid, harmless and defenseless. Their short teeth are useful for chewing. Even when teased and handled roughly, all they do to re taliate is to switch their short, heavy tail. This is only a gesture. They possess no venom and really not a spark of fight. They wisely select a rock with a wide crack where they may drftp in and puff out their tummies so no animal can get in after them. Neither can any one extract them. They have enemies, for they are good to eat. Prowling coyotes, cun ning foxes, cruising eagles and hawks and desert-dwelling Indians. Their flesh is white and tender. The chuckwalla lives mostly on flowers, green leaves and tender buds. The lizard snips off blossom heads of all kinds, fills in with leaves from plants and is a true vegetarian. Chuckwalla mothers pay no at tention to their young. They lay from 6 to 12 eggs. All are gentle and easily handled. They make in teresting pets and prosper if fed on flowers and kept very warm. Imperial Valley, Colorado River Valley and Death Valley—the hot test and lowest deserts are the cen ter of chuckwalla abundance. CROSS-WORD PUZZLE HORIZONTAL. 1 Young salmon 5 Finish 8 To season 12 On the ocean 13 Portuguese coin 14 A hodgepodge 15'lmitates 17 Country 19 To eat away 20 Short for stenography 21 Units of electrical reluctance 23 On 24 Encountered 26 Foolish persons (slang) 28 To weep 31 Article 32 Once around track 33 Symbol for calcium 34 To sum up 36 Drinker 38 Feline 39 Word of sorrow 41 To raise 43 To hurl 45 Muse of poetry 48 Bristly 50 To drool 51 Beverage (pi.) 52 Dandy 54 To relate 55 Drive 56 Plaything 57 Arrow poison VERTICAL. 1 Rate of progress 2 Hebrew instrument like a lyre 3 Recite 4 To lift 5 The bitter vetch 6 A compass point 7 Noise 8 Under (It.) 9 Foreigners 10 Animal Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle. Hi T h|e| i I r] [cl a| y £R_ R__ R. A. I ££_£££ NIE A R E pMs' NEE R|S T R E eWt E Ell T xTr r i dBBl 0 tBBe N S U E i aMs a pIBe n gIh a E N A T eIf E Pis U P SIT 0 a Mr E IJBM A s |s RIPE nBBr at C |a T N I pBBh ATI "oTF A_R.A. £££££ N, A__P pieIsI [sjl I a I t I si IsItIy 11 Combining form; strain 16 Elongated fish (pi.) 18 Poisonous snake (pi.) 22 Fodder storage pit (pi.) 23 Kind of berth 24 Cry of lamb 25 Finish 27 Chart 29 South American wood sorrel 30 Flying mammal 35 Bounded 36 Prepares skins 37 Spool 38 Coward 40 Unfastened 42 In Hindu image worship, the waving of a lighted lamp 43 Former Russian ruler 44 Combining form: mean ing the sun 46 Combining form: mean ing far off 47 Heraldry bearing 49 A newt 50 Secret agent 53 Hawaiian bird Goren on Bridge 1 i North and South vulnerable. West deals. * K 7 5 4 V Q 10 2 «Q5 A K 6 4 3 A J 8 3 N A Q 9 B <?9 3 WE 77AJ8 5 4 0 A 9 6 4 S 073 A J 10 8 5 A Q 9 7 A A 102 K76 0 K J 10 8 2 A A 2 The bidding: West North East South Pass Pass 1 S’ Dbl. Pass 1 A Pass 1 NT Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Nine of hearts. While the location of certain key cards may be inferred from oppos ing bids and while declarer’s plan of attack should not be formed with out giving full consideration to the auction, nevertheless if a hand can be made regardless of the location of particular cards declarer should guard himself against surprises due to adverse errors of bidding, or de liberate attempts to deceive. The bidding in all respects but one meets with our approval. That one respect is East’s third-hand bid. An opening on a hand such as East 's is carrying the light third-hand opening to extremes. Those who feel the irresistible urge to bid in third position ought not to stretch by more than half a trick. Against the three no-trump con tract West opened the nine of hearts. The declarer played low from dummy, East quite properly per mitted the nine to ride, driving out declarer’s king. The deuce of dia monds was then returned and West lost no time in climbing up with the ace and the heart continuation netted the defense four more tricks. South was horror-stricken. "What r„ight had West to have the ace of diamonds when East was presum ably marked with the card by his bid?” North was sympathetic and East displayed the smile of one who has swallowed a canary. The truth of the matter is that South had been guilty of an eggregious error in the play to the first trick. By the mere play of the queen of hearts at trick one the defense would have been rendered helpless, regardless of the locaion j of the ace of diamonds. If East does not win the trick declarer will have another stopper in the suit. If East, does take the trick, as he must, he will be unable to continue hearts because the 10 W’ould become a win ner. Naturally the lead of the nine shows that East has the jack, j Declarer, of course, had been lulled into a false sense of safety 1 by needlessly taking it for granted that East held the ace of diamonds. It may not be a vice to trust your opponents a little but it really pays to keep your powder dry. Tomorrow s Problem. DUMMY DECLARER *AK10 * Q J 9 8 4 2 '7AK104 7? 5 C Q J 10 9 0 A *32 * A Q 7 5 4 You are declarer at a contract of I six spades. The seven of spades is opened. Plan the play. • Copyright. Ifi4fi. by Charles H. Gorer ) Take My Word for It Bv FRANK COLBY. It’s Hard to Believe. Q. I could hardly believe my eyes when I looked up the word | "baton.” My dictionary gives as ! first choice the pronunciation ' BAT un'’! That I will not say.—D. B. A. Baton is a French loan-word that has long been kicked around by the dictionaries, both British and American. To begin with, the French spell the word baton with a circumflex accent mark (an inverted v) over the "a,” which gives it the “ah” sound. The “o” is nasalized, thus: bah-TAW(N). The French nasal vowels are not , retained in the American pronun I ciation. The prevailing American pronunciation of baton, then, is either buh-TON, or ba-TON with the ‘’a’’ as flat as in "bat,” and "ton" rhyming with "con, don.” An almost-French pronunciation, “‘ba TAW(N>”—flat "a"—is heard oc casionally on the air, but it is a conscious affection. Despite the fact that ba-TON (or buh-TON) is the standard American pronunciation, you’ll not find it in Merriam Webster’s, Funk and Wag nails’, Macmillan’s, Winston’s or the New Century. These list the F’renchified "ba-TAW(N)” and the British "BAT-un.” Why it is listed at all is as baffling as the dictionaries’ fondness for those other un-American curios, "SHIF-on” for "chiffon,” and "ree VAIL-yi” for the bugle call reveille. Correct American is: ba-ton or buh-ton. If you want to appear "long-haired.” say: ba-TAW(N). But don’t go around saying "BAT un.” * . Just out. My new pamphlet takes iha headaches out of those two confusing vord pairs. LAY-LIE and SIT-SET Sim ple and nontechnical. Get your free copt at once by sending a stamped, self-ad dressed envelope to Frank Colby. In car* of The Star Ask for LAY-LIE pamphlet. (Copyright, the Bell Syndicate, Inc., 1P46.) LAFF-A-DAY m cars W «f AT £ I •"* ' Sf*is j DEU “Oh, Herbert, dear! OUR song!" letter^out STAMEN - Spirit! of the deed WARBLER r=j Tubular container RAIMENT F—j Furry enimel LEOPOLD 7®^ Pet PURLED ' p^ Very proper _ Remove one letter from each word and arrange to spell the word called Tor. Print the letter opposite the word from which you have removed it. If vou havt I “Lettered-Out" correctly ft a a textile. Answer to Yesterday's Letter-Oat. fT> TAPISTER-TRAIPSE 'walk Idly). iH) URCHIN-INCUR (get). (O) EPOCHAL-CHAPEL (printer * organi zation). <R> WONDER-ENDOW (to giro). (N) NURSE-SURE (positlvo).