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site and less that thesda _LOTS FOR SALE (Cont.) OVERLOOKING POTOMAC RIVER. D. C._ very desirable homesite. Good selection Other choice lots vicinity MacArthur blvd . 2, C. Mr. Jackson. 5424 MacArthur blvd . }VO. 6483. With A D CRUMBAOGH Real tor. 4908 Wisconsin ave . WO. 1364. ARLINGTON. VA.—4 beautiful lots. 80 It frontage by 150 deep $1,000 each Call OX 08?s or GL. 6503. Exclusive £ith C. A. METZLER S Va office CHEW CHASE. I). C.—Averaging 60-ft. frontage or better at 65c a square foot, 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 i n'ire lot Is all paid for. Phone DI 1015 until 0 P m WM H SAUNDERS CO . INC . Real tors testab 1887). J519 K sr. n.w. GEO. II. WILLIAMS CO.—-Beautiful Cleve land Park within 1»2 blocks of Conn ave ana Uptown Theater: ideal lor new home. Niland. SL 300n —17 GEO. _H. WILLIAMS ("O.—On Conn, ave.• 100x17 8; sewerage gas and elec. Reason ably priced. Niland, SL. 3000 —17 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—2 lots near Up town Theater off Conn. ave. Iseli. SL 3000; eve. SH. 9220. —17 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Takoma Park. 4 adjoining lots; all improvements: con venient. desirable for homesites. Priced right. SL 3000. —17 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Exclusive Silver Spring; choice lots. For information and inspection. Snider. SL. 3001 —17 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.— Chevy Chase view, beautiful det. homesites in an un usual setting. Snider. SL. 3001. —17 a ACRES near Colesville rd and U. S Naval Research Laboratory, 6 cents per Q ft $500 cash, balance $25 monthlv TOLTON R GORDON, 1427 I at. n.w! DI 5230 until 8 p.m. —is WOODMOOR. SILVER SPRING, bargain High wooded lots, all utilities and paved atreet; $1,250. OWNER, WI. 1683; eves . OL. 3160. —17 DOUBLE CORNER LOT in Bradbury Heights, in nearby Md for sale very cheap. Call Temple 4326 or Alexandria 2o40. 10» MASS. AVE. PARK—Lovely wooded lot 65x120. located on 3500 block Mass, ave h w—A very desirable homesite in this exclusive residential section, reasonably priced for quirk sale FRED A SMITH. Realtor 1113 1 7 that nw RE 6661. —10 SILVER SPRING. Wheaton area, close to buses. stores, «choo’s beautifully wooded, on paved road, loti* front bv 200' deep $1,100. teims Only 4 left. E S. PRICE A CO. exclusive agents, ME. 3650, Pleasant 123i -—24 BV OIVJJIR—10 acres. Montgomery Co. knoll, fine view, stream, pond ng frontage of macadam road; min. from Chevy Chase. Bp _ Silver Soring s5,75o. 0r will consider offer for immediate sale. Turn left off Georgia ave at Norbeck on Route 28 about 2 city blocks, then right on Route 3 15 about 3 miles; sign on left side of road See S D REID next house —19 WE HAVE a choice list of lots in Silver Spring and Chevy Chase. Md For infor mation call CHARLES H. OMO. SL 6179; eves OL 5229. —18 READY TO BF. BUILT UPON—Pretty roll ing lots of from 1 to 4 acres, some cleared, some wooded; pretty views from most of Them: on gravel streets in sight of inain! Virginia highway. 9 miles from Washington in section ok nice homes and estates; conv.j to transp . etc Some of these tracts canj be subdivided into half-acre lots. Phone OE 7 03? —19 LARGE LOT fronting on 16tb st near Walter Reed Hospital—Ideal homesite. more than 30.000 sq. ft ; owner must sell;' may be purchased at approximately as sessed valuation Call Mr. Wilson. ROB ERT L *McKEEVER CO Realtors. Shore ham BlAg., NA. 4750. evenings. FR. S30u, Ext 18.*. —17 ESCAPE CROWDED LIVING conditions— 3<« minutes drive from downtown—Easily accessible woodland property. rockv stream, dogwood, violets, wild strawber ries sandy beach on creek that runs through property ideal for large estate or sold in lots for small homes: no build ing restrictions terms 10 down. $15 monthly gives deed. Buy cheap from owner No brokers. HO 332! —19 BEAUTIFUL WOODED HOMESITES. Brad ley Hills section. Bethesda, $1 ,70n-$2.(ioo per acre, terms. OR. 6879. OL 0928.—19 HAWTHORNE LOTS in the best-planned and restricted section of Washington. The very finest choice of buildine site? for your future home If you plan to build after the emergency, select your lot now. This is a well-planned neighborhood and will give tqu all the desirable features necessary for good living. Lots are wooded and have any type of elevation or con tour desired. From $1,806 up Make an appointment now PAUL P. STONE and EDW. E CALDWELL. Delevopers. 5060 Conn, ave n w OR. 2244 —19 COLONIAL VILLAGE, m Washington, ad joining upper Rock Creek Park, off J6th st. on Kalmia rd. Here is a section that you can’t miss if you are planning on building a lovely home in a fine neighbor hood. Homes throughout the section are real reproductions of Colonial homes When you see this section you will agree that it has everything you want for your future home and neighborhood We have a representative available at any time to give you complete information. Reserve your homesite now while a good site is available Exclusive with EDWARD E CALDWELL. 5006 Conn. ave. n.w. OR 2244 —19 3 VERY DESIRABLE LOTS in Brentwood. Md.. about 6.000 sq ft each: sewer, water, gas. street and sidewalks in: will sell singly or together: reasonable. Call EM. 2527 or DI 8607 BOULEVARD ACRES. Mt Vernon blvd — Exclusive subdivision consisting of 36 one half acre <or more) homesites: carefully restricted to protec’ owners of fine homes: located 4'2 mi. south of Alexandria on beautiful Mt. Vernon Memorial highway and bordering on Snowden and Ft Hunt rd Owners will be on premises Sat. and Sun. 3-6 p.m or for appointment, call Alexandria 3659. 6161 or 1 747. CHEVY CHASE VIEW. MD.—Two adjoin ing. beautifuily wooded homesites, h:eh elevation. 100 by 146 ft.: $2.on<> each. $3,966 for both. OWNER. SL. 2416. eye- ; U NIVERSITY PARK—50x100, next7" to ; $22,060 house Homeacres. Beltsville. 'a or I acre, next to $20,000 house River dale. 2 of 66x146. next to $10,000 brick bungalows Hyattsville. 50x120. next to nothing, but a bargain. HYATTSVILLE INVESTMENT CO Call Stanley Moreau.1 tJN 4040: evenings. WA. 6880 COLORED—APT. GROUND AT oOr A FT. —48.000 so. ft with over 200-ft. frontage en Alabama ave. at 24th st. s.e Sewrer end water in the street Also grade school end bus service F A. CRAWFORD, owner. 7 13. AD ?25»‘. —T? ! Mg LOTS WANTED f PAT CASH Tor lots in D C or nearby Md SCOTT SANDERS TR 7563 CASH IMMEDIATELY for lots or acreage. D C . Va. or Md JESS FISHER. 913 New York av.e n.w . RE 8060. —IS WILL PAY ALL CASH for 50 lots for white in nearby Md. or District of Columbia: must have sewer and water available. Call MR SHIRRIN. 915 N. Y ave n.w. ffA 7410. —17 FARMS FOR SALE. POTOMAC RIVER OPPORTUNITY—Colo nial 1* 2-story dwelling with annex. 7 rooms, large fireplaces, bath, basins in 4 bedrooms, electricity. Artesian well. 3-car, garage, excellent fishing, ducking, oysters, i crabs, sand beach. 40 miles Washington. 235 acres largely wooded: immediate pos session $20,000. Farms, homesites and acreage in Maryland and Virginia. LEON ARD SNIDER. La Plata. Md —17 ■ POULTRY FARM—Six acres land, one 4 room frame cottage with bath, lights; one 2-room frame cottage with lights large *hed 30x1 jo: 2 large feed houses with capacity fc washroom frame msi atcd double-floor broiler houses j with hot matic w like new floor space 2 1 .OOh to trai bot-wi w h stoke race room 0 tons: feed, large shop and 2-car garage seven 20x110 ter heat, electric light5, auto-; fountains: poultry equipment tal feeders, etc. 15.400 so ft. r. poultry houses been raising vnuo chickens at a time eeri er heating plan: just in-tailed in a larce cement block fur _ _- one large reservoir, property located o mile- from Front Royal. Va on public road Government appraisal ’. alue S20.1OO: sacrifice price. $13,500: r -fession immediately. H B. LONG. New, Market V- Phone 9!* —11 MONTGOMERY COUNTY FARM. Damas cus area—Lovely 115-acre farm lu acres j wooded fine stream 9-room. 2-bath, as-: bestor shingle house: oil h.w.-h.; electric! lights gas stove and gas reliigera.or: i ccreened-in porch: full attic, basement, fireplace in study House in excellent, condition. Bank barn. silo, cement block chicken house, large hog sty. electricity and telephone on property Price. $18,500. SUBURBAN INVESTMENT AND INSUR ANCE CO.. SH. 3490; eves . WI. 5434. VIRGINIA—We offer a number of unusu-l ally good dairy, stock and grain farms, from 100 to 400 acres. Priced from *1 ".000 to $55-000 Also several small, veil-improved estates, priced $19,000 to *35.000. Telephone for fur*her informa tion. EASTMAN & STEELE. Realtors. Falls Church 26*20. —22 NEAR GERMANTOWN. MD„ 25 miles from D C.—11.2 acres, fertile rolling ground 6-room and bath residence with hot-water heai elec, refgr. 25-cow barn, all other or folds s .20 head of milk cows. 1 bull. 9 horses, tractor and equipment included in sale Price. S2M.O00. Mr. Wm. Higgins. Gaithersburg .2.32-J. with SHANNON & LUCHS CO 1505 H st. n w NA. 2-245. OWNER WILL SACRIFICE G-acrc tobacco farm near Brandywine. Md netted $2,300. last year on tobacco alone A-1 condition A steal ai $5 500. ROBERT S. DAVIS A- CO 58U4 Baltimore ave . Hvattsville. V.'A 3900. Open daily and Sunday till P pm. A GOOD 210-ACRE DAIRY FARM. 22 miles trom Washington: 1.20 acres ready for plowing. 50 acres clear pasture and .20 acres woodland pasture fields are well watered: cleared land can be plowed with tractor; buildings include old stone house with 4 fireplaces, now occupied by tenant farmer with lease to Jan. 1st. 1947. which can be remodeled into a good house, elec tricity in house; electric pump in spring house adlacent. There is a 26-stanchion barn and dairy house with milk cooling system: house is well placed and affords an excellent view of the surrounding countryside: property now carries a 1st trust loan of $11,000 at 4r7; balance of the price of $18,500 can be readily financed after a substantial cash payment. EASTMAN A. STEELE, Realtors. Phone Falls Church 2620. GERMANTOWN. MD.. near the Walter Johnson farm — 4 acres with 'beautiful home. 4-horse barn and all outbuildings. Priced at $15 000 for quick sale. Call Mr. Sparks. MI. 8241 or NO. 8475. WM. H BOAZE. 3408 18th st. n.e —19 GENTLEMAN’S COUNTRY HOME—Large $-room and bath house, li -w h . electric ity Also 5-rcom tenant house, good barn, other outbuildings, attractive shrubbery, various fruit trees: about 1.2 acres of ground Southern Md . about 2<> miles from D C on State highway: unfailing water supply. Will sell on easy terms Owner will consider exchanging free and fleer fox city income property. DIXIE REALTY CO . NA 8880. JUST OFF LEESBURG PIKE. 17 miles from Washington—Lovely home consisting of 6 rooms and bath on 1st floor with 4 fireplaces, stairway to 2nd floor with space for 4 rooms and bath. This farm has 7.2 acres, 40 clear, with 400 imported walnut trees 12 years old. 2 tenant houses. 1 large barn and other outbuildings, beautiful shrubbery. Price. $35,000. with $15 000 cash. Call OX. 0878 or GL. 6592. exclu sive with C A. METZLER’S Va. office. CORROTOMAN RIVERFRONT. Lancaster County. Virginia; 256-foot frontage. ls4 s. ' -!wn acres. dwelling, bath, electricity, fruit; immediate possession; $7,500 Also farms, boraesites. acreage. LEONARD SNIDER, La Plata, Md. —19 FARMS FOR SALE <Cont.) ?«*0 ACRES—About 20 miles from Wash ington, on good road. *2 In excellent oak timber, ’a suitable for grazing or cultivat ing. Near high school, shopping, churches, in heart of Fairfax Co. estate neighbor hood. $17,500. reasonable terms to sub stantial purchaser. THOMAS ,v. CO. Phone Vienna 125; eves.. Vienna 111-J. —19 8 MILES FROM FALLS CHURCH. on Old Leesburg pike—A lovely frame house con sisting of living room and fireplace, dining room, kitchen, *2 bedrooms and bath on first floor. 2 large bedrooms and room for extra bath on second floor, full basement, oil h.-w.h . large front porch, chicken house, nice horse barn. This house is in excellent condition and situated on l(il2 acres of beautiful rolling ground Price, si8.509. Call METZLER’S Va office. .2809 Lee hwy , OX. 087 8. GL. 6593 or GL. 9137. GLO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—204 acres, near Manassas. Va.—Dairy farm: 5-rm. frame house; milk check. $900 month; 32xH4 dairv barn. 55 acres of wheat, chicken house. Axminster 4011. _17 GEO. H. \\ II.LIAMS CO.—100-acre farm, inear Centerville. Va —60 acres cleared; o-rni home, also 3-rm. tenant house priced ior quick sale. Axminster 40JJ. GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—We have 2 farms near Colesville. one Jos acres, the other, loo acres Excellent land sells f.°r Im* than $300 an acre. Iseli. SL 3000: eve.. SH 9220 _17 MONTGOMERY COUNTY. MD.—17 0-acre farm, immediate possession 25 miles from C apitol; , -room house with all modern facilities: also four-room tenant house numerous outbuildings, aJl practically new; this beautiiul landscaped farm mils* be *een to appreciate it: lio acres in cultiva tion For an immediate sale. $19,500 Exclusive with F R OSTROW & CO For appointment call WI. 2571. —22 TOBACCO FARM, 141 acres. Charlotte Hall. Md $4,500. A real buy; selling due to other business: dears over $3,000 per year on tobacco only; 35 miles from Capital Greyhound bus stops *2 mile from farm. 9-room frame house. 2 tobacco oarns. chicken house, garage; all included Exclusive with F R OSTROW & CO For appointment, call WI. 2571 «•» AM DESIROUS subdiv. nice 500 and more acre estate, 22 mi. from Wash Monu ment. into 5 and in acre plots to re sponsiole parties, principals only. Box 283-H. Star. • YOU CAN GET a 133-acre farm. 50 acres crop land, balance pasture and cleared, land. 8-rm. house, ample farm bides Only $,».2o0. GL. 8753. MI ACRE>. $9.95«»; $2,000 <ash. balance snn per mo located in Loudoun Countv. near Leesburg, property includes old 2 story brick hcn.se barn, wheat and corn bins hoghouse. springhouse. smokehouse, machine shed and garage, fenced and cross fenced; fields watered by lour good spring-, idea! stock farm Telephone G. B SMITH. S!i«o 1503. evenings —is ABO I T 50 ACRES, good 8-room and bath house, with built-in garage, electricity, telephone, and Phiigas stove and re frigerator: 2 modern hen houses with lights and running water, will accomodate TOO hens: other outbuildings. Spacious I lawns and planting, beautiful shade trees, i In metropolitan area ci Montgomery I County. Md. Will sell all or part To • see phone evenings only, Pleasant 8440 , —19 BEAUTIFl L FARM for sale at less than i prewar price, located just l>2 miles off Wasnington-Baltimore blvd : 150 acres | this farm is in a very high state of eul-1 tivation. can all be tractor worked: well , fenced, located on hard road has a large.' 10-room frame house, in fine repair, with bath and hot water; large living room about 20x40. dining room, very modern' kitchen. 6 bedrooms: very large dairy barn With running water and elec., dozens of other buildings for poultry and hogs beautiful orchard of all kinds of nice fruit trees: good 6-room tenant house and many other features that you must see to appreciate: not ! acre that is not cheap at the price asked Price. $27.5oo. on very liberal terms. Cal! H S. Lonas. WA 1819. or evenings and Sunday. Laurel 361 for appointment with O B ZANTZINGER. Real Estate. 5815 Baltimore ave.. River dale. Md —18 i 170-ACRE FARM near La Plata. Md about 100 acres under cultivation, excel lent tobacco land: about »2 mi. highway frontage, small tenant house. 2 barns: reduced to $7,500 for quick sale Call Mr Mudd, with C D. MURPHY. J 401 25th 1 st s e . AT. 2239.. _18 13 MILES OCT. on 2 hard roads; 89 a old house: $6,350: $456 down; vacant ; N E RYON CO . GE 6146 FARMS WANTED. HATE CASH BUYERS lor farms. country homes. acreage. suburban lots O. L MURDOCK. Kensington. Md. SH. 8794. FARM. 100 to 300 acres, -with good house. Write price and particulars to R. A. EAR BEE. Forest Glen. Md. PRIVATE PARTY wants three to ten acres, house fairly modern: must be reasonable. $1,500 down. No agents. Box 187-H. Star. BROKERS ATTENTION—Wanted, farms for cash, within 1(» miles of D C FUL TON R GORDON, 1417 Eye st. n w DI 5130 till 8 p in. —13 ACREAGE FOR SALE. 7 ACRES. Fairfax County. m; from Court House; $7.000 cash MAC LIND SEY. 75 N. Glebe rti . CH. 6090. CH 6113. GOOD INVESTMENT. 5-acre tract or more if desired, located in beautiful Northern Virginia on Lee hwy . 30 mi. from Wash ington These tracts have good fertile soil and are suitable for truck farming or poultry raising. Eled . telephone and excellent bus service for commuting * o city. *150 per acre. Convenient terms tan be arranged if desired. Call MR BROWN. CH. 0541. 17 AN IDEAL SHOPPING CENTER SITE, also hospital site. Acreage and lots For fur ther information call Pleasant 0357. —10 NEAR LANGLEY VA.. 1 miles from Chain Bridge. 14 beautiful rolling acres, fronting 338 ft. on main highway. Ideal for sub dividing 1-acre lots Will bring $1,500 to Si.950 per acre Priced to settle estate SI ooo per acre Must be sold 1 tract only. Call E H IRWIN. NA. 1595 or Elmwood 463 eves, and Sundays. —i 9 15.659.I10 sq. FT. of apartment and com mercial ground. Priced as an entirety when zoned 50c a ^q ft. Would consider accept ing major cosi of ground in preferred stock from a corporation capable of building up these vast additions. FULTON R GORDON, owner. 1417 Eye st. n.w. DI 5130 till S p m. Brokers attention —19 BEAUTIFULL LOCATION nearly two acres, fronting 175 yards on U. S highway 33. good sanitary well, nice young timber, -.deal location for tourists' cabins or other busi ness. Price *500. HENRY SWARTZ. Louisa. Va 19* GEO. H WILLIAM* CO.—On Colesville rd. neat- Columbia rd : 16 acres, ideal for subdivision terms, low interest rate. Niland, SL. 3<km*. —17 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—51 acres on Co lumbia pike near Silver Spring: 485-ft. frontage, quick poss. Snider. SL 3001. GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—46 acres, easily converted into suburban lots, must art quickly For full information, call Snider. SL. 3001 —17 ! GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—30 acres. Ash ton; l,50o-ft frontage on land rd.: ideal for orchard. 10 acres clear: property has 1 not been farmed, excellent topsoil. Snider. SL 3001. —17 TWO 11-ACRE LOTS with stream, wooded, m Shirley Gate Park; $430 acre. CLYDE HINES. EX. 8730. —19 VIRGINIA—From 1 acre to 1.800 acres, some wooded, some cleared, suitable for residence, estate or subdivision Priced from $100 to $3,OoO an acre. Additional listings invited. EASTMAN & STEELE. Realtors. Falls Church 101«*. —11 BY OWNER—10 acres. Montgomery Co., with high knoll, fine view, stream, pond site and long frontage of macadam road; less than 10 min. from Chew Chase. Br thesda or Silver Snriua *5.750. or will consider offer for immediate sale Turn left off Georgia ave at Norbeck on Route 18. about 1 city blocks, then right on Route 115 about 3 miles: s.gn on left side of road. See S. D REID, next house. —19 BEAUTIFULLY WOODED, over 1 at res. on top of a hill overlooking pretty stream; wooded with large trees; pretty view for several miles property runs from one street to another, house can face either ntreet; less than 1 blocks from main Vir ginia highway in section of nice homes and estates. 9 miles from Washington. Other tracts from 1 to 5 acres. Phone GE 7037 _19 ACREAGE CORNER—6 acres of timber land on corner of 1 good secondary roads on edge of small town end in sight of public school in nearby Virginia, 15 miles from Washington; good location for small store and dwelling, chicken farm or sev eral homes: timber will partially pay for land. Priced $1,000. Phone GE. 7037. —19 ACREAGE TRACTS, on county road. $100 per acre in 5-acre tracts; restricted: the best spot in Howard Co. for a week-end retreat or summer home, and eventual^ for a permanent spot to live: wonderful soil, good woods, marvelous water: all con veniences available You are surrounded by some of the finest estates in Md. Don’t miss this. Only in acres available, all restricted. PIERSON. Olney. Md. Phone Ashton 3818. jp* I’-* MILES from Falls Church—15*:, acres: price. $15,000. Call OX 087 8 o? GL. 6593. exclusive with C. A. METZ LER'S Va office. APPROXIMATELY 7 acres of land with *- ‘imall houses on Wheeler rd s.f near District line: $7,500. Call Mr Mudd witn C. D. MURPHY. 1401 15th st. s e. AT 1>39 _—18 ACREAGE WANTED. Bl ELDER WANTS LOTS or acreage for' GI houses. Must have sewer and water available. Box Star _ r»0 ACRES OF LAND- within 5 miles of Brookmont. Md. State price per acre in "Ply- Address reply to FRANK C. , SHEPARD. 3840 3Pth st. n.w.. Apt. B-104 , —19 1 PROPOSALS. SEALED BIDS, in duplicate, will be received until May 24, 1946. by the Vet erans Administration. Washington. D. C. and then publicly opened, for a building to be leased by it. Building lo contain between 500,000 and 560,000 net sauare feet of file and office space (approximately 4o,000 square feet to be partitioned) With in three (3) miles of Veterans Admin istration Building at Vermont Avenue and H Street N.W. Will consider leasing either an existing building or new building to be erected by lessor. Must be fireproof con struction; live floor load of at least 350 pounds oer square foot: minimum of three >■"' combination passenger and freight elevator- or equivalent adequate loading platforms: steam or hot-water heating: toilet facilities adequate for 100 people: cafeteria space to accommodate 350 people at one sitting: 100 telephone outlets; modern lighting system to meet require ments of National electric code, and parking area tor cars. Submit proposals to Director. Real Estate Service. Veterans Administra'ion. Room 3059 Munitions Building. Washington 25. D c _23 COMMISSIONERS. D. C., Washington^ May 13, 1946 Sealed proposals will be received at Room 509. District Building, until 2:00 P.M . May 22, 1946. and then publicly opened, for construction of Sani tary Sewer, in Yuma 8treet. S.E.. between 8th and yth Streets; and in 9th Street, between Tuna and Xenia Streets, con “V'-evcn 4UIUB OI1U ACIIIB Gtl Cftft,__ sisting of approximately 1,000 linear feet of 10-inch diameter terra cotta pip *v-,i,v,i uiouiu,, I,,,« luuh pipe sew er. Proposals, plans, and specifications may be obtained at Room 427, Dletrict Building. —H LEGAL NOTICES. I T. STANLEY HOLLAND. Attorney. I DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 88,861, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Co lumbia. has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Agnes Lee Miller, late of the District of Columbia, deceased All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the sub scriber. on or before the 25th day of April. A D. 15*47; otherwise thev may by law be excluded from ail benefit of said estate Given under its hand this Nth day of May. 1948. AMERICAN SECURITY TRUST COMPANY. By: EARL G JONSCHER Assistant Trust Officer. (Seal.) Attest: VICTOR 8 MERSCH. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Co lumbia. Clerk of the Probate Court, my I O.l 7.24 H. MALONE DRESBACH. Attorney, 503 Colorado Building. Filed May J, J94H. Charles E. Stewart. * Cleru IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Co lumbia.—Lenora Stanford Plaintiff, vs. William Miichel Stanford. Defendant.— No. 33.840 —The object of this suit is to obtain an absolute divorce on the ground of voluntary separation. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 1st day of May, U>40. ordored that the defendant. Wil liam Mitchel Stanford, cause his appear ance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal h occurring after the day of the first publication of this order; other wise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter, and The Evening Star before sg;d day. <s> JENNINGS BAILEY. Justice. (Seal > Attest. CHARLES E STEWART. Clerk. By ELEANOR E. JOBE. Deputy Clerk._my.T.10,17^_ PAUL E. JAMIESON. Attorney, 731 Woodward Building. DISTRICT COURT CF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 87.235. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That, the subscriber, of ihe State of Virginia has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters of Ad ministration on the estate of Mary C. Arnesen. late of the District of Columbia, deceased All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, le-; gaily authenticated, to the subscriber, on i or before the 3rd day of May. AD 1 941 otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this nth day of May. 194 8 ABBIE O CONNOR. SI 3 N Jack, on st . Clarendon Virginia. (Seal » Attest: THEO DORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. m>TO. 17.24 GEORGE S. ELMORE. Attorney •510 American Building. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 87.200, Ad ministration—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on , the estate of Rose L Sutherland. late* of ihe District of Columbia, deceased All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby: warned to exhibit the same, with the; vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, i to the subscriber, on or before the 28th day of April. A.D. 1941. otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said esta’e. Given under my hand this 30th day of April. 1918. EDITH S. BLOEDORN 1811 Hawthorne Lane N.W . 1 Zone 18 (Seal > Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of me Probate Court._ my3.lO.Jl DOUGLAS A. CLARK. Attorney, 1128 Earle Building. Filed May 14, 1948. Charles E. Stewart. Clerk IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Co lumbia.—Alvin C. Sherman. 421 Eleventh street n.e Washington. D C. Plaintiff, vs Helen Smith Sherman. 919 South Bur lington avenue. Los Angeles. Calif . De fendant.—No. .341 <‘2.—The object of this suit is to obtain an absolute divorce from the defendant on the grounds of deser tion. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this J4th day of May, 1948. ordered that the defendant. Helen Smith Sherman, cause her appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sun days and legal holidays, occurring after the day of the first publication of thisj order: otherwise the cause will be pro ceeded with as in case of default. Pro- j Tided, a copy of this order be published once a wreek for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star before said daw <8. > JEN NINGS BAILEY. Justice (Seal.) Attest: CHARLES E STEWART. Clerk. By ELEANOR E JOBE. Deputy Clerk j my 17.24.31 miuiall J. iiA.it, Aiiorney, Columbian Building. Wash.. D. C. Filed May 14. 11*4*>. Charles E. Stewart, Clerk IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States lor the District of Co lumbia—Erma F Wingrove, 1339 East Capitol st.. Washington. D. C ■ Plaintiff, vs. Robert E Wingrove. Chiton Park. R. F D. No. Silver Spring. Md . De fendant.—No 34 —The object of this suit is absolute div'orce on the grounds of desertion for two years. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 14th day of May. 1946. ordered that the defendant. Robert E. Wingrove. cause his appearance to dp entered herein on or before the loj-fieth. day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holidays, occurring after the day of the first, publication of this order; other wise the cause will be proceeded with as m case of default. Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star News paper before said dav. < S.» JENNINGS BAILEY Justice 'Seal ) Attest; CHARLES E STEWART Clerk. Bv ELEA - NOR E JOBE. Deputy Clerk _my 17/24.31 CROMELINk TOWNSEND, CAMALIER it KIRKLAND. Attorneys. 1366 National Press Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 66.877. Ad ministration—This is to Give Notice That the subscriber of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters of administration c t. a . on the estate of Fannie L Wegc iate of the District of Columbia, deceased All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, lega'lv authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the \!9th day of April AD 1947; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate Given under my hand this 30th uav of April. 1946 JOHN L. WEGE. 1617 H St S E < Seal ! Attest VICTOR S MERSCH. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court._my3.10.17. ; THOMAS A. FLANNERY AND T. EDWARD O’CONNELL, Attorneys. Filed May 14, 1946. Charles E. Stewart. Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Co lumbia.—In re; Application of Elmer John Bugosh for Change of Name.—Civil Action No 34840.—Elmer John Bugosh. having filed a complaint for a judgment changing his name to Elmer John Burgess and having aoplied to the Court for an order of publicaton of the notice required by law in such cases, it is. by the Court, this 14th day of May. 1946. ORDERED that all persons concerned show cause, if any there be. on or before the 15th day of June. 1946. why the prayers of said complaint should not be granted; Pro vided That a copv of this order be pub lished once a week lor three consecutive weeks before said dav in The Evening Star and the Washington Law Reporter «S. * JENNINGS BAILEY Justice. «SealA 'rue copv Test: CHARI ES E STEWART. C>r- Bv ELEANOR E JOBE Denutv Clerk mv 17.24,31 ('ROMELIN. TOWNSEND CAM \LIER and KIRKLAND, Attorneys. 1366 National Press Building. DT°TRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for thp District of Columbia, Holdir- a Probate Court.—Estate of Bessie C Wilbourn. otherwise known as Bessie Cecelia Wilbourn. Deceased—No 67.155, Administration Docket 14‘L—Application having been made herein by Lucinda Lehman for letters of administration on .aid •'state, to issue to Thomas M. Raysor, it is ordered this 30th day of April. A D. 1946. that Arthur Guy Owen, the un kn~~’i heirs at law and next of kin of decedent, and all others concerned, appear in said Court on Monday, the 10th day of June. AD 1946. at 10:00 o’clock AM., to show cause why such application should not be granted. Let notice hereof be pub lished in the ' Washington Law Reporter” and "The Evening Star. ' once in each of three successive weeks before the return dav herein mentioned, the first publication to be not less than thirty days before said return dav. Witness, the Honoraole BOLITHA j LAWS. Chief Justice of said Court, this noth day of April. AD 1946. <Seai) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the District of Co lumbia Clerk of the .Probate Court. _my3.10.1T.____ LAMBERT. HART Jt NORTHROP. Attorneys for Plaintiff, by EDWARD S. NORTHROP, 218 Munsey Building. Filed .May 8. 1046. Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Colum bia. — CARL HEYNEN MARTINI, 125 Wayne place s.e . Washington 20, D. C.. Plaintiff vs. RUTH MAE WESTERMAN MARTINI. Williams Hotel. Winona, Minne ; sota. Defendant —Civil Action Number i 33101 —CRDER PUBLICATION—ABSENT DEFENDANT.—The object of this suit Is to obtain an absolute divorce on the grounds of desertion. On motion of the plaintiff, it Is this 8th day of May. 1846. ORDERED that the defendant. Ruth Mae Westerman Martini, cause her appearance to be entered herein on or before the 40th day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holidays, occurring after the day of the first publication of this order: otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in the case of default. Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star before said day. IS.) JENNINGS BAILEY. Justice. (Seal ) A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By ELEANOR E JOBE Deputy Clerk. mylO.17.24 JOSEPH D. BULMAN. SIDNEY M. GOLDSTEIN. Attorneys, tin Woodward Bid*. Filed May 8, 194ti. Charles E. Stewart. Clerk IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Colum bia.—BARTO J CRIVELLA. Plaintiff vs. ATCO PROPERTIES. IN'- Defendant.—No ill IMS.—The object of this suit is to re quire the defendant to specifically perform an agreement for the sale of a na’cel of land and building thereon, or in the al ternative for damages for the breach cf the aereement of sale. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 8th day of May. lfMtt. ordered that the defenflwnt. Atco Proper ties. Inc., cause its appearance to be en tered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holidays, occurring after the day of the first Dubli ; cation of this order: otherwise the cause ’ will be proceeded with as in case of de ; fault. Provided, a copy of this order be i published once a week for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter. and The Evening Star before said day. (S.) JENNINGS BAILEY. Justice (Seal ! Attest: CHARLES E. STEWART, Clerk. By ELEANOR E. JOBE. Deputy Clerk ME10.17.M LEGAL NOTICES. WILKES, MoGARRAOHY * ARTIS. - luild Attorneys, 501 Tower Building. j DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED i States for the District of Columbia, (Holding Probate Court.—No. 63.845. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: i That the subscriber, of the District of Columba. has obtained from the Probate i Court ol the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Missouri j Haywood, late of the District of Colum bia. deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned i to exhibit the same, with the vouchers I thereof, legally authenticated, to the sub I scriber. on or before the 39th day of 'April. AD 194'. otherwise they may by j law be excluded from all benefit of said ! estate. Given under my hand this 30th •day of /-.pill. 1.946 MISSOURI BOLTON FUNCHES. 4 834 Sheriff Rd N F. (Seal ) | Attest• THEODORE COGSWELL. Reg , ister of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court my.M0.17. FREDERICK M. BRADLEY and , W. II. BADEN'. Attorneys. 000 V St S.XV. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 07.300. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: (That the subscribers, of the District of Columbia, have obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Ferdinand T Schneider, late of the District of Co ; lumbia. deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to th“ .subscribers, on or before the 39th day of April. AD 1947; otherwise they may bv law be excluded from all benefit of said estate Given under their hands' this 30th dav of April. 1940 FERDINAND: T SCHNEIDER Jr 3930 Cortland PI N.W THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND i TRUST CO By: BERNARD L. AMISS. Asst. Trust Officer (Seal.) Attest: J THFODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills: for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court._my3.10.l7. J. EDWARD WILLIAMS. Acting Heed. I Lands Division. Department of Justice:' ROBERT R. MacLEOD. Attorney. Lands; Division. Department of Justice: CHARLES M. IRELAN. Attorney. Lands Division. De partment of Justice—IN THE DISTRICT. COURT 0*’ THE UNITED STATES FOR1 THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA—In the matter of the acquisition of Lots 127 and; 12S and parts of Assessment and Taxation Lots SIT. SIS and 819 in Sq is re 5662; carl of Lot 59 in Square 5657; Lots 40 and 4 1 in Square 5740; Lots 45, 47. r»0. 51, 52. 55. 50. 50. 6.3. 04. and Assessment and Taxation Lots 800. SOI. SO*!. 80.3. 805. 807. 808 and sin in Square 5745 and nan of Assessment and Taxation Lot 92.5 in Square 5862. all in the District of Colum bia —District Court. Docket No 3<>6o.— ORDER OF CITATION Upon considera tion of the petition of the United Stairs of America filed herein on the 2Hih dav of April. 1040. b.v Robert R MacLeod and Charles M Irelan. Auornevs. Lands Divi-1 sion. Depaitment of Justice, acting under1 the instructions of the Attorney General; of the United States upon the lequest of j the National Capital Park and Planning1 Commission, seeking the condemnation of, the following described lands in the District! of Columbia: Lots 127 and 128, part of Assessment and Taxation Lot 818 (being' the easterly 4.838 50 square feet thereof*.! part of Assessment and Taxation Lot 81 tc ‘being the easterly 3.527.0'.’ square feet; thereof) and port of Assesment and Taxa tion Lot 817 ‘being the easterly 3.005 square feet thereof), in Square 5002: part of Lot 50 'being the westerly 2.100.4 8' square feet thereof) in Square 5057- Lots 4o and 4 1 in Square 5740: Lots 45. 4 7. 50. 51. 52. 55. 56. 50. 03. 04. and Asvessment and Taxation Lots 800. HOI. 802. 803. 805. 807. 808 and 810 in Square 5745: and parts of Lots 13 and 14 in Section 8 in S C. Pomerov and others trustees', subdi visions called 'Barry Farin'-’ 'comprising 1.522.22 square feer of Assessment and Taxation Lot 025>. in Square 5802: to gether with ail the right, title, interest and estate of the owners of said lands in and to the soil of all streets, roads, avenues alleyways and ways abutting or appertain ing to the same; for the public use. that is to say, for suitable development of the Na tional Capital park, parkway and olav eround system It is this 26th dav of April. 1046. ORDERED THAI American Building Association. .300 Pennsylvania Avenue S E Beniamin Bell. 1115 7rh Street SE King D Blackwell. 2110 18th Street N W. Marv . Blackwell. 2720 Bruce Place S.E Maude Bowman. 621 L Street SE Arthur Briscoe Trustee. 2420 1st Street N \V. Mrs Zelhe Brown. 604 Division Avenue N E ; Gils But ler. 26°0 Pearson Place S.E: Capital Mort gage & Title Company. Inc. a Delawaie corporation. 1420 New York Avenue N W. Michael A Casey. 1018 14th Street NW: Clerk of the District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia. Court House: Harvey L. Cobb. National Press Building; District of Columbia. Municipal Building: Louise Ellis. 124 4 Capital Avenue N. E.; Catherine Eueil, 927 5th Street S E.: Gray Properties. Inc., a Delaware corpora tion. 1420 New York Avenue N.W Wilbur L. Gray. 1420 New York Avenue N W Sue K. Harrison. 927 New York A\enue NW.. Catherine C Hart. 3170 Westover Drive S.E Emory W. Hart. .3170 Westover Drive S.E : John Henson, 2620 Pearson Place S.E Edmund Hill. jr.. surviving trustee. 506 5th Street N.W.: Frank M Isaac, 6707 4th Street N.W.: Clarxzell Jenkins. 3509 New Hampshire Avenue N.W.: Ellsworth Jenkins. 2329 Aingcr Place S.E Julia Frances Jenkins. Bradbury Pari:. Route 4. Box 44. Anacostia. D. C Louis Jenkins. Guardian of Julia Frances Jenkins. Brad bury Park. Route 4. Box 44. Anacostia. D C. Louis E Jenkins. 4670 Davis Avenue S.E.' Lillian Virginia Johnson. 421 New Jer sey Avenue S.E : Antonetta Marathon. 15'»l Neal Street N.E.: Louis Marathon. 1501 Neal Street N.E .: Eunice Mason. 148 4 0th Place N.ENora A Murray. 1225 Kearney Street N.E. ■ Florelia M. Myers. 3011 V Place S.E : Louis C. Myers. 3011 V Pla^e! S.E.: Charles F. O'Connor. Trustee. 2838-N 27th Street N W . George T Nicol-! son. Trustee 4430 Reservoir Road N W Sadie Patrick. 2650 Pearson Place S.E : Frederick L Pearce. Trustee. American Sc-i curity Building. Juanita Proffitt. 2214 Fort Place S.E: Thomas J. Proffitt. 2214 Fort Place S E.: Progressive Building Loan As sociation of Washington. D. C 1416 F Street N.W.: Adam P Ruth. 30o4 V Place S.E Dorothy M Ruth, trustee. .3004 V Place S E.; John Lee Smith. 2640 Pearson Place S.E. Rita P Stevenson. 2600 Pearson Place S.E Samuel C Stevenson. 260o Pear son Place S.E : Ethel Blackwell Stewart. 2340 Ainger Place S.E Charles A Stott. Trustee. 29.30 Ellicott Street N W Mae N Ullman, 122“ Quincy Street N.W : Michael! Walsh Trustee. 4428 oth Street N.W • Washington Loan and Trust Company. Trustee. 9 th and F Streets N W.: A mice F West. 754 19th Street N.E Nannie C Withers. 109 Rhode Island Avenue N W . ail the foregoing of the C.iy of Washington. District of Columbia, and the following per sons whose addresses, notwithstanding diligent inquiry, cannot be learned George Ambush. Mrs. Daniel William Baker. Na thaniel Dorsey. Mrs Ulysses M Jenkins.1 Bessie Moss. Ella Moss. Eliza Norris. Eliza beth Saunders. James Saunders. Lucy Shorter. William G Venable. Carl E. Zim merman. Trustee and J. Read Bailey. Trus tee. La Plata. Maryland; Susie Brooks, hair view Avenue. Fairmont Heights. Maryland. Charles N. Dement. Trustee. La Plata. Maryland Edmund H Fraser. 216 Maple Aveuue. Takoma Park. Maryland; J S Fraser, P O. Box 4005. Normandy Branch. Miami Beach. Florida: Melvin J. Fraser. 316 E. Shore Street. East Braintree. Massa chusetts; Herman Jenkins. Suitland. Mary land: Abraham Neuman. 554 Westminister Avenue. Elizabeth. New Jersey: Edward A Neuman. 48 Harding Drive. South Orange. New Jersey; Charles I Russo. Trustee in Bankruptcy of the Estate of Manuel Faust. Bankrupt. Cleveland. Ohio; Southern Mary land National Bank ot La Plata. Maryland. La Plata. Maryland: R. Campbell Starr. Trustee. 3307 Elm Drive. Alexandria. Vir ginia; Florence E. Wilkerson. 211 Woodland. Detroit. Michigan: the foregoing being the persons named in said petition, and in the event that any of the above-named persons is deceased, the heirs, alienees or devisees of such person, and Mary Campbell, un known heirs, alienees or devisees of Louis Finks, unknown heir', alienees or devisees ot: Reuben Gray, unknown heirs, alienees or devisees of; Lewis Hermon Jenkins unknown heirs, alienees or devisees of; Winslow W Murray, unknown heirs, alienees or devisees of. Eliza Small, unknown heirs, alienees or devisees ol. James W. Small, unknown heirs, alienees or devisees ol. William Henry Small, unknown heirs, alienees or devisees ot. and aLL PERSONS hating or claiming to hate any right, title, interest or estate In the lands hereinbefore described or to be en titled to compensation in respect of the tak ing of the same lor nublic use. and ALL PER SONS occupying or in possession of the same be. and they are hereby, required cited and admonished to appear in this court on the 28th day of May. 1946. at 10 o’clock a m . to answer said petition for the condemna tion of said lands and to make claim for the compensation to which they deem themselves entitled.—PROVIDED. HOW EVER. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this order of citation be pub lished once a week for three consecutive weeks in The Evening Star, newspaper of general circulation published in the Dis trict of Columbia, and also once a week for three consecutive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter, the first of said publications to be not later than the 6th day of May. 1946: AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this order of citation be served before the return day hereof by the United States Marshal for the District of ' Columbia, or his deputies, upon each of the persons named herein who is. so far as ascertainable by reasonable inquiry, resid ! ing or sojourning within the District of Co lumbia. or can be found by said Marsha! or his deputies within said District. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this order of citation oe mailed postpaid to each of the persons shown by said petition to be. and hereinbefore designated as nonresidents of the District of Columbia, such copy to be addressed to the last known place of residence of such person. MATTHEW F. McGUIRE. Justice. A true copy. (Seal.) Tot. CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By ANNE W. LYDDANE, Deputy C>rk _my3,10.17 MONEY TO LOAN. HOME LOANS—Low monthly payments. Including_principal. Interest and taxes. FIRST FEDERAL 6AVINGS & LOAN ASSOC.. 610 13th at n.w Dl. 2370 MONET ON SECOND TRUST — We will buy second-trust notes. D. C . nearby Md. or Va Reasonable rates. NATIONAL MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CORP.. 1312 N. Y ave n w. National 5833. BROKERS, ATTENTION! We buy 2nd trust notes on D. C„ Md. and Va. houses and farms. FULTON R. GORDON. 1427 ! Eye st n.w. DI. 5230 until 8 p.m. j UNLIMITED FUNDS available for firs! second trust loans. DRI iCORP . RE. 1133. MONET on first and second trusts; prompt action, reasonable rales; nearby Maryland. I Virginia or D C. property. THE AMERI CAN CO . 807 15th. NA. 8032. MORTGAGE LOANS, 47 interest. Prompt service MOORE & HILL CO.. 801 17th st. n.w first and REALTY AUTO LOANS. LOANS on out of State titles—Regardless of what Slate your car is titled in, we will loan you from $30 to $*.’.300 on ai»v JA36 to 1940 automobile RICHARD A CO.. 1309 H st n.w.. RE 0044. Free narking 4 doors from office, next to Times Hcrald Bldg.—:q MONEY WANTED. INVESTORS. ATTENTION—Private party urgently needs So.000 to complete re modeling home. Will pay 6<7 ; loan secured by real estate. Call LI. 4225.lit* MOTORCYCLES. ! SERVICE on all makes and models: plenty i of tires In stock, full line of chrome C-Jfltader _ reboring service. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SALES. 811 9th St. n.w.. RE. 0811 WANTED—-40 ;41 or ’42 Harley 61-74 or tadian Chlef Call or leave message for J. H. MANION. NA. 0614. 18* I AUTO PAINTNG. ! AUTO PAINTING — Complete Job. #35 up; work guaranteed. GILBERT. 4103 Pa. \ ave ert ,s e j^I 353!)__ I_TRAILERS._ ■NEW AND USED house trailers on 12 to 24 month terms*. Metal luggage trailers Painting and repair service: also acces-! . xories. Cash for your trailer RICHTER TRAILER SAIBB. Route l. Berwyn. Md j Tel Tower 5035 NEW AND USED HOUSE TRAILERS for' sale Granite, express and stake model' utility trailers: all-steel, heavy-duty dump trailers; convenient terms. Rental service on boat and luggage trailers. Complete service and repair for ail makes of trailers j We have in stock a complete line of the I following accessories: Beds, stoves. V®ner' I tian blinds, hitches, helper springs, etc ; Goodyear tf-ply 7.50x18 tires to fit most: trailers and Cadillac. Packard. Buick and. Chrysler tars if you are interested in sell ing your trailer for cash, call Mr. Ladd at . WO 3231 for the best possible price. AMERICAN TRAILER CO INC . 4030 Wis. ave. n.w . WO 323*’. Open until 9 p m FOR KENT—-ft ., “-ft.. 9-11.. 2-wheel au tomobile trailers; stake, box and dump i types: hour, day or week: complete w.thl hitch. RENT-A-TRAILER CO. 3 *.’03 Lee I highway. Arlington, Va GL 8820. WE FJNANlT private sales of house trail- | ers. Call today for details. RICHARD & CO . 1309 H St nw . RE 3044 — 20 NEW YORK COACH, 21 ft excel cond.; Prfler to sell furn.. bedding, dishes and linens L. KEMP JONES. Trailer Parte.. Berwyn. Md . on Hwy. No. 1. —19 YOUNG COUPLE desires old model me dium-sized house trailer. Call AD. 7121 after ♦» D.m —19 FLEETWHEEL. perfect cond : must sell, leaving city. G NAHMINS. Jones Trailer Park. 3 mi. north College Park, on Hwy. No 1 _- 19_ ROGERS LOWBOY, 4 5-ton, excellent con dition New semitrailers. 25 ft flat, 8 ft wide with aides. 11.00x20 tires, air brakes; 5800 under new cost CENTRAL MOTOR CO. 3143 Lee hwv. Arlington. Va. Daily and Saturdays. 8 to 0: Sunday. 10 to 3 CH 7000. OX. 0552. To reach: Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn right at circle onto Lee hwy (Route 21J or 29>._drive 11 a miles AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS. AUTO PAINTING, SIGNS. LETTERING; truck spraying by appointment. Custom work by experienced <15 years* man DICK JAMES. 459 N. Y. ave , ME. 9400. IS* NEW-TYPF TIRE REC APPING by the Den Nap electric process beautiful ticad 2 h-.tir service: electric-t reatnd sections :i your tire is cut. See your tires being le capped at ARCADE PCNTIAC CO. Wash ington's Largest Pontiac Dealer. 143? Irving st. n.w.. AD 8500. Quick, efficient sen ice AUTO LUGGAGE TRAILER, immediate de live y. new shipment just arrived, the neatest one you have ever seen, suitable for merchants, farmers, fishermen and tour ing. Low priced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO. 1437 Irvine st. n.w . AD. 8500. Wash ington's Largest Pontiac Dealer PONTIAC: OWNERS. ATTENTION! We have lust 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 . AD 8500 NEW AUTO PARTS — Grilles, hub caps (cylinder heads, mufflers, wheels, floor mats, lenses, grille guards, glove compartment lock^ Approved D C Va and Md sealed-beam headlights Transmissions re built and guaranteed. Auto glass installed. J L BRENNER Aj CO., 1940 Montana ave n e FR. 1 94 u AUTO SAFETY GLASS installed, new and used parrs, grills and rebuilt transmissions lender and body work ROBERT HERSON AUTO FXCHANGE, 72 Florida ave n e MI 7109 —22 PRESS, 20 ton suitable for auto reua’r shop. $75. LEO BUTLER CO. SH 27 17. GARAGES FOR SALE. FACTORY BIIL'I. sizes I 2x20 and “0x20 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 . Sud . day and holidays. or phone JA 2104_ _GARAGES FOR RENT. VICINITY OF MT. ALTO HOSPITAL, single or group car spate. $5 month. Rear .1711 Benton st. n.w See janitor. DETACHED SINGLE BRICK GARAGE. $6 month 5215 Western ave n. w —] 8 GARAGES WANTED. GARAGE WANTED, near M and Conn ave. or Mt Pleasant streetcar line ME. 1210 GARGAE WANTED, suitable for furniture storage Alexandria or Arlington location preferred. Call RE 6700. Ex _4 451 - IS AUTO TRUCKS TOR SAUL_ CHEVROLET 1930. 158" long wheel base body. i‘j' long H' wide. 3' high 8382.16 as is ceiling SHELL SERVICE STATION Annandale. Va. ALex. 0090. FORD 1930 1 v-ton pickup, good condition trade for 1938 or 1939 Buick or other car in ecod condition. 200 30:h at. n.e.. Apartment i. FORD 194 1 dump 2-speed rear axle, hy draulic hoist below OP A ceiling. S A: A SERVICE, llth and Vermont n.w \II 5119. —18 LORD 1937 l1 j-ton stake Price. $401 : OPA ceiling. Call FR. 517 8 or LI 5314 , —19 1 1911 FORD TRASH TRI CK, equipped to , meet D C dumping regulations, with good | monthly trash business A going business1 , with a good income from start. Call from1 I 6 to9 pm WA 8735 —17 i PICKUPS— Dodge. 1941. ’fc-ton. $595. Cargo—GMC. 1941 2,w-ton. $L.8«5 Cargo—Chevrolet. 1941. J’^-ton. $I.lO0. _1141 Bladensburg rd. n.e _J_9* 2 DODGES '4 1 ’2-ton pickups. 1 GMC 4 1 1 >2-ton stake 1 GMC *4o 7,?-ton stake ‘19-wheeD. 1 Inter, 'll 3-ton stake <K-7> dump. 1 Chev. ’42 l’2-ton stake dump. 1 Chev ’42 I'i-ton stake with winch 1 10-wheel. 2r*-ton tractor <1944*. 3 Heavy-dutv eauipment trailers: cheap 5 Army command cars, good pickuns. Truck tires and rims for Army trucks. All trucks guaranteed easy terms RICE MOTOR CO, 1800 Bladensburg rd ne ____ 29* ARMY SURPLUS TRI CKS bv Central Mo tor Co . authorized GMC truck dealers. A new group of trucks just received some new Pickup—Dodge 194 1 ,2-ton with winch Command cars—Dodge J911. Dumps—194.! Federate. 2;2-tor Stakes—2,*--t0n GMC. 6x4 and 8x8s. 17-tt bndiP* Tractor-trailer unit — 1947 Chevrolet trai tor. 3-ton Gramm trailer, new con Rogers lowboy. 45-ton; excellent condi tio*’ New semitrai’ers 25 ft. flat. 8 ft w;d» with sides. II 90x20 tires, air brakes. $800 uncer new cost Vans—2,a-ton GMC 1947 Pole line trucks—2 Fords. 1 GMC. com plex with booms. Buses—1 1943 15-passenger Chevrolet.; Van bodies. 12 ft. long, insulated; some new: $250 to $350 Trailers. 8 ft . all steel. In new condi tion. 14-ton jeep trailers. 0 00x10 tires. CENTRAL MOTOR CO 3143 Lee hwy.: Arlington. Va Daily and Saturdays. 8 to 6, Sunday. 10 to 3. CH 7000. CfX 0552. To reach; Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge turn right at circle onto Lee hwy «Route 21 1 cr 29>. drive 1 1 „ miles. AUTO TRUCKS WANTED. FULL RETAIL PRICE paid for your stake, pickup 01 panel truck any make. any model: all cash. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES AD 834 : HALF-TON or 3<-ton pickup wanted. TR 17 9* —17 PAN'LL BODY. 12 or M ton. must In good connn ion. Call 1.1 • • s7 7_i f> AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. 1910 I*2-TON stake BODY TRUCK, de pendable. \4-hr service, with driver day or contract: low rates. RA. 4064. RA. 2435.! —17 , VAN TRUCKS, large or small 1obs: ex perienced help, prompt service; reasonable rates veteran. TA. 293‘7. 17* AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. BUICK 1938 8-pbss. limited tour, sedan. This car has a new motor just installed, new tires, radio and heater; original paint like new OPA. $1,550. Will con sider trade. A. & S. MOTOR SALES.1 4515 14th st. n w.. Ph. GE. .'1880. • BUICK 19.17 4-door sedan; good tires, good motor; cash. $517.40. as is; OPA celling. Phone WI. 8673 Sat. or Sun. 7*245 Arling ton ave.. Bethesda. Md. «—19 CHEVROLET 194 1 town sedan; $890, within OPA ceiling. Phone CO. 2463. —18 CHEVROLET 1 coupe: good tires; mo tor in good condition; $265; under OPA 135" H sr. n.e. TR. 9630. is* CHEVROLET 36 master 4-dr. sedan in fair condition: an excellent buy for $150 cash, within OPA ceiling. Call WA. 1811, 4 to 6 p n; 19* DODGE 19 1! convertible command car: excellent condition; $585. way below OPA. 11H Bladensbure rd n.e 19* FORD 1037 coupe, above the average: will trade for 1937 or late corn*, or club coupe. OPA. ca;*h difference: Ford or Chevrolet. After 7 p in or until noon Sat., 3316 M n w . c o GEORGE'S CAFE. • FORD 1935 for sale as i.*-: would serve good transportation; few repairs neces sary. $250. under OPA. or best offer AD 1890. between 7-9. FORD convertible club coupe. 1940: radio and heater: automatic top. new tires and tubes: $894. within OPA ceiling. S. A: A. SERVICE. 11th and Vermont ave. MI 5119. —18 HUDSON 1939 “112” 4-door sedan, r and h : $565: wdthin OPA ceiling. EM. 5868 after 2 p.m. KAISER-FRAZER—Taking orders for these sensational 1947 automobiles. CENTRAL MOTORS CO., 3143 Lee hwy., Arlington. CH. 7000. OX. 055*2 PACKARD 1941 series 1*20 4-door sedan: excellent condition: $1,495. below OPA ceiling: terms or trade. S. & A. SERVICE. 11th and Vermont ave. MI. 5119. —18 PONTIAC 1941 sedan; radio and heater; good condition: good tires: OPA ceiling. $1,180. FLOOD PONTIAC, 4*2*21 Conn.. WO. 8400. PACKARD CONVERTIBLE DE LUXE, *11 extras, exceptionally fine condition. 6 heavy-duty 8-ply tires: $1,195. far below' ceiiing and actual value. WI. 9463. 19" PLYMOUTH 1936 coupe, fair shape: good transportation: within OPA ceiling; $350. WT 3393. STUDEBAKER 1938 6-passenger club coupe; trunk, heater: $550: within OPA ceiling 801 H st. n.w. TAXI with PUC. L94o Plym.. owner-driv en: must sell. $60o. and take over finance. NO 9260. 7 p m.-10 p.m. 19" TWO TAXICABS. Plym. *41, Ford *39. with PUC. in ^ood condition; reasonable price. GL. Hi 71. • COMPARE THESE CARS—A fine selection of late models Will sell with or without trade OPA ceiling prices and some below But from an old-established Buirk agency *42 Lincoln-Zephyr cl cpe.. r and h.. with liquamatic drive $2,195 ’42 Studebaker 4-dr, Skyway sed., r. and h., o d. 1,532 41 Lincoln - Zephyr 4 - door sedan; heater __ __ 1,837 ’40 Cadillac 62 model sedan, r. and h. . 1,757 ’41 Buick 90 model 8-pass, limou sine sedan, r. and h., low mile age _, __ 2,996 Manyrt others to choose from. HYATT8 VXLUl BUICK CO.. WA. 4111* CROSS-WORD PUZZLE HORIZONTAL 1. Prefix: half 5 Wampum 9 Poetic: many times 12 Touchy 14 Existed 15 To perforate 16 Rich ore pocket 18 Tidy 20 Poetic: nightfall 21 Teutonic deity 22 “Yes” in German 24 Journey 26 Music: three 28 Venomous 30 Malayan dagger <var.) 32 Smallest particle 35 Native of Morocco 37 Case for small articles 39 Crude metal 40 Young of animals 42 Narcotic drug 44 The unknown god 45 Easily pulverized mixture 47 Small barracuda 49 Mulberry 51 Branch of a tine 53 Horsehair line 56 To resume 59 Ox of Celebes 60 To shine 61 Study of word origins 63 Netherlands commune 64 Lariat 65 La w: thing VERTICAL 1 Concealed 2 To be mis taken 3 Principal 4 Alt Answer to Yesterday’s Puzzle, fA10 101 Ii ItI □□□EDU 5 Mixed type 8 To recede 7 Succulent plant 8 Old World carnivore 9 To possess 10 To disconcert 11 Former ruler : 13 American frontiersman 17 Over again 19 To exhaust 22 Upright piece in an opening 23 Lvrelike instrument 25 Essence 27 Greek letter 29 Puddle 31 Petitions 33 To annoy 34 Beverage 36 Resting place 38 Demons 41 Hebrew prophet 43 Pertaining to punishment 46 Horse's blanket 48 Male singing voice 49 4,047 square meters 50 Burden 52 Colloquial: chaffs 54 Booth 55 Melodies 57 American humorist 58 German river 62 Hawaiian bird Points for Parents -By edyth thomas WALLACE Seeing to it that children attempt to right a wrong they have done teaches them consideration for others, while whipping maty only add to their feelings of antagonism. This Not This u4 Tnbjin Syndicat* Father—Even it you boys don't like Mrs. Jones, it was wrong to de stroy her property. You must take some of your money'and buy plants to replace those you spoiled. Father—If I don't whip him for tramping on Mrs. Jones' flower bed he'll get it into his head it's all right to do mean things to persons you do not like. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE < Cont.I TAXICABS, late models, 1942. 1941 ar.d 1940. Priced for immediate sale under OPA ceiling. A. C. SERVICE. 3rd and M n e. -—21 TAXICABS, 3. 194*2 Bell. Plymouth*, good condition Can b? seen from 1*2 noon until 4 p m., 3rd and M sts. n.e. PUC included 3 9* '31 FLEETWOOD CADILLAC. V-12. con vertible coupe. OPA. ^1,232 dependable transportation for $550. Georgia 5978.' _ —19 SCHLEGEL A GOLDEN— •'42 Plymouth fcT-dr. feed. sp d. 1. 4 2 Plymouth station wagon 4 1 Plymouth 4-dr. sed. sp. d. 1. 4l Plymouth coin*, cpe. '4 1 Plymouth 2-dr. sedan _ 4 1 Pontiac torpedo sedanette *41 Buick 4-dr. sedan 4 1 Chysler New Yorker 4-dr. sed. 41 De Soto 2-dr. sedan __ '40 Buick 4-dr. sedan 40 oidsmobile 4-dr. sedan _ 1.152 39 Buick conv. coupe _ 899 38 Oidsmobile 4-di. sedan _ 7 38 ’38 Studebaker 4-dr. sedan 095; 30 Hudson 4-dr sedan . 295 "30 Dodge 4-ar. touring 541 These prices are at or beiow OPA ceil ings SCHLEGEL A GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st . Takoma Park. D. C. GE 3302. Open Sunday from 10 a m _io_3 p m_ $1,105 ! _ 1 4081 _ 1.025! _ 3.232 1 .o20 ! 1 .181 . 1.201 1.095 1.233 1.085 automobiles wanted. BUICK Chrysler Duage. Plymouth. Oias ana Pcntiacs badly needed to supply ae mand of returning overseas veterans. Hignest prices paid for clean cars. Drive inside our modern parking building lor appraisal or call Mr Miller at EX. 4800 RANDALL MOTORS. INC. 1150 17tn st nw ‘corner 17th and M) BUICK. 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. 1910 M st n.w. BUICK : 941 or 1942 model, in good con dition. sedanette preferred. Will pay highest cash price. Call RE. 1939. —2U STICKS. Chevrolets, Fords, Pontiac or any make of car that has had good care. We need them and will pay the highest ceiling price. SI HAWKINS. 1333 14th st n.w , DU. 4455. BUICK OWNERS sell their cars for cash to EMERSON &. ORME. 17th and M sts. n.w. BUICK. CHEVROLET or any make car. Will pay highest cash price FLOOD PONTIAC. 4221 Connecticut. WO. 8400. STICKS WANTED—I will pay the highet cp\h dollars, any make, any model. WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave. at 20th st \e Adams 8344 BUUNjv OWNERS—Get every dollar your worth. EM. 9754 Bob Terrctt. Positi\V transportation may be arranged while waiting for your new car CENTRAL SALES. 4432 Com. avc LET. late-model, low-miiease car wanted lor persona i use. WESTMORE LAND AUTOS. TA. 4200 CHEVROLETS wanted. 1931 to 1930 any conditio\. spot cash; come to your home: be small "ROPER." DU. 9105 2o* CHEVROLET—Private party must have a clean Hl'16-1942 car: all cash. No dealers. Call E3T 3870. —20 CHEVROLETS—Cash tor your car. no red tape_/SCHLEGEL * GOLDEN. 257 Carrol: st . /akom» Park D C. Georgia 3300 CHEVROLETS WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 2<Jth st. n.e. Adams 8344. CHEVROLETS, '36-’39: will pay top cash price for cars in good condition. WEST MORELAND AUTOS. TA. 4200. CHEVROLET OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. J Dewey Rive. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 CoiVt>-. ave. FORD Scanted. 1934-1939: cash: no deal ers. CalUWA. 1018 after 6:30 P m. 1 8* k OROS—Cash lot your car. no red tape 53CHLE«ir & GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st Takoma Park. D C. Georgia 3300 FORD, 1940-1941 or 1942. in good con dition. for own use. WESTMORELAND AUTOS. TA 4 200. FORD OWNERS, get every dollar your cai is worth. EM. 9754. J Dewey Rice CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn ave FORDS WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, any model WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. a\e at 20th st n.c. Adams 8344 FORD automobiles wanted. 1931 to 1936 Mn our would dare pay more than "ROPER ” DU 9765 20* FORI) OWNERS— iet every dollar voi. car is worth EM. 9754. Bob Terrctt. Posi tive transportation may be •arranged while waiting for your new car. CENTRAL MO TOR SALES. 4432 Conn ave. FORD. 1936-1939. in good condition, wanted at once. WESTMORELAND AUTOS. TA. 4200. OLDSMOBILE WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e Adams 8344. PACKARDS wanted. 1931 to 1936; any aondition; spot cash: come to you. ROPER pays the best. Call DU. 9765. *’0* i PLYMOUTH*—Cash tor your car; no red ! tape SCHLEGEL * GOLDEN. 267 Carroll j st.. Takoma Park. D C Georgia 3300 PLYMOUTH OWNERS—Get every dollar I your car is worth. EM. 9754. Bob Terrett.; | Positive transportation may be arranged ! while waiting tor your new car. CENTRAL 1 MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn ave PLYMOUTHS wanted. 1931 to 1936 "Roper" pays best price: will come to I home “ROPER." DU. 9765. 70* PONTIAC, condition suitable for travel ing man. AT. 7507. —16 PLYMOBTHS WANTED—J will pay the hiehesi cash dollars any make, any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ate. at: ‘loth st n e. Adams 8344. PONTIAC OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM 9754. J Dewey Rice. CENTRAL motor SALES '437 Conn, ave PONT!ACS WANTED—: will Day the hich cst cosh dollars any make any model WJ' LIAMS AUTO SALES R. I. ate. at . 70! h st n e. Adams 8344. PONTI.4CS wanted. 1933 to 1937: any , conoition come to your home; spot cash. ROPER. DU. ‘1765 . 2ti* PONTIAC OWNERS—If you are planum" to sell your car. see Jack Blank Prat Highest cash prices and courteous service ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. Washingtons Largest Pontiac Dealers. 1437 Irving si. ntr. AD 8500 STUDEBAKER wanted—I will pay the i highest cash dollars, any make, any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st n.e. Adams 8344. AMERICAN BANTAM —Ex-sallor needs badly; will pay cash Call EX. 2398. 18* I EX-NAVAL OFFICER wants 2-door sedan or club coupe; prefer 1940 or later: cash: no dealers. Tel. ALex. 7826 or RE. 7400, Ext. 82351. MR. FISKS. 18* ' 18* AUTOMOBILES WANTED <Cont.> ARMY OFFICER urgently needs '39 to ’40 automobile pay cash, prefer from private party AT. *053 —IT VETERAN desires small used car prefer 37. 38. ’39 modp! cash: no dealers. Ord wav 3397 IS* SERVICEMAN urgently needs car in good condition; will pay cash. Call GL 6584. —17 CASH FOR FOLK CAR—Fords. Cheviot* and Plymouth*. Phone Atlantic 5800 *TEUART MOTORS. 3rd and H tU ni VETERAN PHYSICIAN desire' to purchase ’•’t»-model car; cash. AD. 4473. 19* VETERAN, recently returned fi^om Pacific. m urgent need of car, will pay top price. CH 3050. —19 i VETERAN will pay cash. Cadillac or La; Salle. 1937 or 1938: price unimportant.: GE OHOo alter O pm 19* i CHRYSLER-PLYMOlTH DEALER will pay the maximum casn price for any desirable car; save lime. WHEELER. U^C., 4810 ■ Wisconsin, OR. 102u, 8 to 6:30. Closed1 Sunday FULL RETAIL PRICE PAID for your car.! all cash no checks. Don't take less.' Call Adams 8344 WILLIAMS AUTO, PALES HIGHEST CASH PRICES for Chrysler*. Buicks Packards Cadillacs Studeoakers.' Dodges. Plymouth*. Chevrolet s. Call or drive by GENE CASTLEEERRY, 1640 Bcnning rd n.c . FR. 5-31. ABSOLUTELY TOP VALUE for your car at McKee' As new-car production increases : the price of >our iar is bound to take a big drop Sell it roda> 10 McKee v»t c day s top price Deiay is bound to cost you money. >o come see McKee today! We il also give you a priority number to make you among the first to get a new Poimac For top prices see McKEE PONTIAC, ISMS L st. n.w. ME. 0400. TO GET TOP CEILING PRICE, can Bob Coot. COOK MOTOR CO . N H a\e and L n.w.. MF 8834 DI 9526 MAYELOWER MOTORS. INC., exclusive. Lincoln-Mercury dealer—We will buy irj trade your cai for the highest price Do not sell before getting cur price Con veniently located at 1125 15th at n.w , RF 0303 CASH AT ONCE—Top dollar prices at. COAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-423 Florida ave.! n.e.. AT. 7200. Open evenings. BRING YOUR TITLE and get highest spot cash for your car. WORRELL MOTOR, CO,. 155.3 Pa. ave. s e . FR. 1039. EX-SERVICEMAN wants to buy a pri vately owned car will pay all cash, price no object Call Mr. Carre. Adams 8344 WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. A PRIVATE PARTY vrUh a good car tall Adams 8944 I will pay you a high cash price WILLIAMS AUTO SALES OUT-OF-TOWN < ASH BUYERS available.! be sure to get their bis cash price for; ’•our car Adams *944 WILLIAMS AUTO SALES Ft. I a\e. at 20th st. n e. HOLD IT just a minute! To get the high est cash price for your car. regardless of condit ion, make or year, drive in or call j DU *.’'*7 7. 17 1*7 Rhode Island ave. n.e.. BRENTWOOD MO LOR Cu. Open i» a m : until 9 p in OLD-MODEL ( AES. any make price no obje: will '•all with cash RHODE IS LAND MOTORS. 162n R. I. ave. n.e. MI 9? 7-1 FULL (Eli INC. PRICES PAID—Don’t sell! until you see us: need 1‘>U cars—1990 to | 194*. cars; absolutely high cash price If > car is paid foi. will give you cash. If cari is not paid for. will pay off balance and Day cash difference BARNES-S ANDERS MOTORS Washington’.' oldest exclusive used-car dealers See Mr. Barnes for ap praisal All cash or certified check Only one location. Drive in open lot. 1900 14th. coiner N st. n.w Open 8:90 to 5. closed on Sunday Call North 1111 for appraisal. PRICE NO OBJECT—Any make or model, 1991 to 1941: will come with cash. RHODE ISLAND MOTORS. 1620 R. I. ave. n.e., MI. 9774 AN HONEST PRICE for your Plymouth. Dodge. De Soto or Chrysler SID WELL BORN MOTORS. Chrysler-Plyrr.outh deal ers. 8000 Georgia ave . SH 4500 HIGHEST CASH PRICES for Chryslers, Buick.s. Packards. Cadillacs. Studebakers. Dodges. Plymouths. Chevrolets. Call or drive by. GENE CASTLEBERRY. 1640 Benning rd n.e FR. 5*131. WANTED FOR CASH any make or model car. truck or station wagon: highest leRal prices paid Phonp WI 1635—and our buyers will cell a* your convenience CHEVY CHASE MOTOR CO Chevrolr dealer. 7725 Wisconsin ave. n w. VETERAN WANTS to buy any standard make automobile, needed very urgently: Day cash; prefer ornate owner. Call DU 9827 day: or eve., DE. 7360. —17 NAVY DOCTOR needs ’99 to ’40 err within SI 00. no dealers. Call WI. 2137 Iter 5 pm. —17 VETERAN wants good clean car for busi ness use. any style. ’97 to ’42: will Day cash’ no dealers. CH 0066. —21 VETERAN urgent need of used car. good condition will pay cash ceiling price, no dealers. RE 7400. Ext. 9276. days MR BARBOUR 17* PRIVATE PARTY will pay cash for se dan or coach. 1937 or later model. No dealers. Call FR. 5494. 21* VETERAN NEEDS used car. Pay up to $500; Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth. Dodge, Buick. Hillside 2390. 17* VETERAN will pay approximately $500 cash for any make car in good running i condition; no dealers. FR. 0729. —18 DO YOU HAVE A good, clean, serviceable used car that can be parted with? Navy : veteran will pay highest legal price for one. HI cash DE. 4099. —18 1 VET GOING into car business needs 3 4-door automobiles right away. Call1 Pleasant 044 L —19 LATE MODEL CONVERTIBLE needed by ex-GI in small business: must be Yn good condition, and les* than $1,700 cash. Call AT 9^62 after 9 p m —19 SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA SERVICE. 1120 20th st. n.w. District 914 1 A BELTER PRICE at Parkway for cars, trucks, station wagons or panels. 9051 M st n.w. MI. ojsj. —18 SELL YOIR CAR to EMERSON ORME. 17th and M sts. n.w. Call Dl. 8100 for VETERAN will pav owner cash for late model car in good condition. AD. 2941. — 18 I MUST HAVE an automobile today. It does not have to be perfect. Naturally, if it is clean it will be better for me. I am desperate and will pay OPA ceiling price. Call me at RA. 2229 day or night and I will come out with the cash. —19 BY VETERAN—Cash for good 1999 to 1941 Ford, Plymouth, Chevrolet, Dodge,; l sedan. TA 2865. 19* 1 GOVT. EMPLOYE wants older model car, good running condition; tires fair; cash, i SUko 8085 19* ; INDIVIDUAL wants ’39 to *41 car. In good condition; 2-door preferred. No dealers. Cash. WA. 6326. — Goren on Bridge North and South vulnerable, West deals. * J642 AQ Jl 0 A72 ♦ 98 N W E S *K5 <5 88 0 4 3 AAKQ 10 742 ♦ A73 V 10975 2 O KQJ8 ♦ 6 A Q 10 9 I <?K4 0 109 6 8 A J53 The bidding: West. North. 1A Dbl. 3 A 37 Pass. Pass. East. South. Pass. 21? Pass. 4 ? Pass. Opening lead, king of clubs. In the early days of contract, one of the surest ways to crash into the public prints was to successfully discard an ace in the play or defense of a hand. The one who engineered this dashing bit of strategy was hailed as a Daniel come to judgment, and neighbors soon beat a pathway to his doorsteps in an effort to have him settle all family disputes arising at the card table. They were, with out knowing it, making a virtue of necessity. A man isn't really bold who leaps from the third story of a flaming building and a player should hardly be looked upon as reckless who disposes of a card that is a mill stone around his neck. All this is but a thinly veiled allusion to West's activities in to day's hand. The logical contract of four hearts was reached by North and South on a bidding sequence that perhaps calls for brief com ment. North's takeout double is not fully up to textbook requirements, but I believe it to be proper pro cedure. With eight cards in the major suits and just a shade under three honor tricks a passive policy | is not indicated, and no thought is j to be given to an overcall of one * heart. South's reply to the double iwith a jump bid is sound despite the weakness of the suit itself. When 1 the partner of the doubler holds more than two honor tricks, game is very probable and he should so an nounce to partner by bidding one more than the situation requires. The king of clubs was opened and j South ruffed the continuation and I tried the heart finesse. When this lost East returned the 10 of dia monds. taken in dummy ■with the ice. The remaining trumps were extracted and declarer played three more round of diamonds, discarding !a spade from dummy. With both i minor suits cleared declarer then played the ace of spades, upon which West promptly played the king and declarer was obliged to lose two tricks in the suit to East. As East hailed his partners' brilliant exploit West modestly pointed out that the play required no fortitude on his part. One thing was certain, he was lost if he kept the king of spades, he could be no worse than dead if he parted with it. The entire hand was an open book. Declarer has shown up with five hearts and four diamonds and only one club which leaves him with exactly three spades, if West wins the king of spades he must lead a club which permits declarer to get rid of his third’‘spade. There w as only one hope and that was that East held both the queen and the 10. The only hope must be the best one. ; (Copyright. 1&46. By Charles H Goren.) Uncle Ray's Corner Sixteen years were spent in build - | ing the Jungfrau railway line. This i railway goes up the side of the 1 Jungfrau mountain, and reaches a i height of more than 2 miles. During its upward course, the ! railway line passes through a tunnel I cut in solid rock. The tunnel is 1 43 4 miles long. The name “Jungfrau” means "young woman” or "maiden.” For 'a long time mountain climbeis failed to reach the top. In the year 1811. however, several scaled the peak, and were first to see one of the great sights of Europe. From i that peak a person can look at about .half of Switzerland! The railway was finished 34 years j ago. Now a person can get to a ! point about 2.400 feet from the sum mit by using the railway. Then, if I he wishes, he can go the rest of I the way on foot, a rather hard i climb. It Switzerland Is a republic, and has a great history of freedom. It was j a free country long before the ! United States of America became an independent nation. We find that six and a half cen turies ago. the people in three val ; leys joined in a union. These val ! leys were the Uri, the Niedwalden 1 and the Schwvz. In tire struggles which followed with foreign kings and princes, the men of the Schwyz Valley took a 1 leading part. From the name of their valley, the name of Switzer land grew. About six centuries have passed since it came into coni i mon use for the country, but it was | adopted as an official name for the nation only 143 years ago. To obtain a free copy of tie illustrated leaflet on The Story of China" send * self-addressed stamped envelope to Undo Ray in care of The Star. LAFF-A-DAY “My wife talk* to herself, but she doesn’t know it. She thinks I'm listening!” LETTER-OUT BOURSE Wake up LOCATE Renown DOWER Imp of ride WONDER Kill_ by immersion OCHRES n n Elected Remove one letter from each word and arrange to spell the word called for. Print the letter opposite the word from which you have removed it. If you ha-e ••Lettered-Out" correctly it's either of two hishest cards. Answer to Teaterday’s Letter-Oat. (A) (S) & m DORSAL-LORDS < peers). FIFES-FTEF )»n estate'. SCARED-CADRE t& nucleus*. ALMOST-MALTS (terminates flciall J'. SPATTTER-PRATEB (babblee). art*.