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ARL., VA„ on Lee hwy. near Colonial Vil lage—6 lge. rooms, parking space, available about June I; SlOtl per mo. WEAVER BROSL^INC., Wash. Bldg., DI. 8300; eves., BHYSIctUn OR DENTIST—Beaut if uTflrst floor. 5-rm. suite in large, modern, switch board, in-town apartment building; living quarters available. Box111-0. Star. —23 _OFFICES WANTED. Tl’RNISHED OFFICE needed in a modern downtown office bldg.: price no object. Call HARRY I. FRIEDMAN, RE. 1186. TWO OFFICER VETERANS urgently're ouire 1 or 2 rooms to establish brokerage office. Cali TA. 0340 after 12. 21* BUSINESS OFFICE needs about 1,000 sq. ft. space, unfurnished: prefer 1st fl. on Ga ave. n.w. above Decatur st.; possession on or before Sept. 1. RA. 8700. ARTISTS AND TEACHERS—Several rms. or house for studio use; prefer Dupont Circle or Farragut sq. area. DE. 3318; eves., NA. 6392. —21 FOREIGN Government mission desires for office purpose a 4-room suite or 4 rooms, lum. or unfurn.: preferable near Dupont Circle. Possession before June 10. Call HO 6648 weekdays between 9 to 5. -—21 BUY OR LEASE a modern furnished office, in a downtowrr office bldg , vicinity loth and H sts. n.w.; price no object. Call HARRY I. FRIEDMAN, RE 1166. —23 DESK SPACE FOR RENT. DESIRABLE DESK SPACE, phone service and mall address. L. J. COWIE, 809 Eye _ —21_ LOTS FOR SALE. ROCK CREEK PARK ESTATES—Beautiful detached homesites in an unusual setting Washington’s finest in-town subdivision. Homes of distinction make this locality extremely desirable. Lois ranging in size from 10.000 sq. feet to *4 of an acre. Now Is the time to select a site for your future home. To reach property, drive out 16th at* to Kalmia rd., turn left on Kalmia rd. to North Portal drive and signs. For further details call till 9 D.m., LEO M BERNSTEIN CO.. 1415 K st. n.w ME. 5400. A Complete Real Estate In stitution. ONLY *50 DOWN, a few ’b-acre lots left In this large 50-acre development in Silver Spring, Md.; priced, $750. KAY REALTY CO.. RA. 2200. 5505 Georgia ave. n.w. LARGE WOODED HOMESITES bordering Rock Creek Park, in Locust Hill Estates on Rockville pike, just two blocks north Naval Medical Center: make your selection now. while prices are low: priced from $2,450. EDSON W. BRIGGS, INC., SH 1269, WI. 3083. HILLSBORO—Lots to build on. We build your home the way you want it. We have our own materials. Spruce 0960. WESTMORELAND HILLS, Washington's most carefully restricted subdivision— Large wooded homesites. within Va block of Westmoreland Circle, available at $3,500 \id. All improvements are in. Call MR. WHITE, OL. 3240 Weekdays and OL. 6924 evenings and Sunday. 2 ADJOINING LOTS in n e. Washington, each 25 ft. by 115 ft. For sale reason ably. MI. 7626. —25 BEAUTIFUL wooded corner in Aurora Hills. Price. $3,000. J. LEE PRICE. 2303; Arlington Ridge rd., JA. 1504, Ivy 3 212.1 —23 SILVER SPRING. Wheaton area, alose to buses, stores, schools; beautifully wooded, | on paved road, 100' front by 200' deep: $1,100. terms. Only 4 left. E. S. PRICE & CO., exclusive agents, ME. 3650, 1 Pleasant 1231 —24 NORTH ARLINGTON—27.700 sq. ft.: 147 ft. frontage on paved st.; city water; $3,000. CH. 8268. VIRGINIA—All sizes, for $400 up. In or rear Falls Church, Annandale, Arlington. Vienna. Fairfax or Alexandria. Additional lot listings wanted. EASTMAN & STEELE. Realtors, Falls Church 2620. —22 TOVELY WOODED LOTS. 66x165. located on 5506 block of Bradley blvd., Chevy; Chase, Md. Exclusive residential section Reasonably priced. For inspection call SH. 6956 or SL. 8111. —21 BEAUTIFUL LOT. 76x116 ft , 2 blks. from Piney Branch road and Flower ave.. shop ping center and transportation, located among new brick homes. Bargain, $2,500. j Another nice one in the country club park section, a real bargain for a quick buyer; $1,750. STROUP. RA. 8760. —23 MANOR COUNTRY CLUB. a3 acre with beairtiful old oaks. Golf course, stables, swimming pool all go with life membership. Call Temple 8016. 25* SILVER SPRING — Numerous desirable homesites and building lots in the Silver Spring area. Available for immediate con struction. Priced from $1,406 for a very nice level lot to $8,000 for a 5-acre estate homesite. MODERN REALTY CO.. 9601 : Georgia ave., SH. 1141. Office open from: 9 a m. to 9 n.m. —21 ADELBERT W. LEE offers in American University Park large lot, 44x192 ft., near! 47th and Chesapeake sts. n.w. one of the! few choice sites left in this restricted1 neighborhood. Call LI. 1000. —21 2 LOTS, each 37*2x209 ft., best n.w. section, high elevation, gently sloping terrain, both for $5,500 RUDOLPH! SHILLIN. exclusive, call Mr. Woodward, i CO. 1619. Eves., DI. 3829 —26 FOREST GLEN. MB.—Lame lot. 70 ft. front, all utilities, restricted, by oWner. j Bowie 3505. 24* CHEVY CHASE VIEW. MD. — Beautiful buUdir* sites, $1,350 to $2,750. OWNER. 6L. 2416. —24 LOTS ON BRADLEY BLVD., in Bethesda area. Priced. $1,750 up. J. NOBLE BCAZ. i Realtor. 7240 Wisconsin ave., Bethesda. WI. 7500. WOODMOOR—Excellent, building sites, in best sections of beautiful Woodmoor. Most popular planned community in the Silver Spring area, where 200 individually de signed homes were built and sold promptly prior to Pearl Harbor. 70 to 125 ft. front ages. including large sites fronting on Colesville rd . as low as $1,450. Only a lew left. Plat and literature on request. Phone for appt. to inspect. GEORGE J. MOSS. Realtor. SH. 2000 or 6700. —28 ONE-ACRE BUILDING SITE—Beautiful wooded knoll, a perfect setting for your home, with almost 200-ft. frontage on paved roadway. 2!2 miles from Woodmoor shopping center, in the Silver Spring area. Only 25-minute drive from downtown, in; carefully planned and restricted Spring-1 brook Forest, a beautiful rustic. 200-acre development where protective convenants assure enhancement and permanence of values and freedom from encroachment. Wooded building knolls of I or more acres average less than 4c per sq. ft. with no extra charge or assessment for paving. Cash or terms. Save by buying at present low prices. Literature and plat on request. Representative on premises until 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday or any other time on appointment To reach: From traffic light at Georgia ave. in Silver Spring, drive up Colesville rd. to Woodmoor shopping center! tFour Corners*, turn left on Old Bladens-1 burg rd. lU miles to Kemp Mill rd.. then! bear right 1*4 miles to Springbrook Forest.' GEORGE J. MOSS. Realtor, SH. 2600 or SH. 6700. —28 KENSINGTON—Beautiful homesite in ex-> elusive community. 107-ft. frontage on Saved street. 160-ft. depth: $2,000. Call Irs. Sproesser. SH 4299. with EVERY MAN’S REAL ESTATE CO., SH. 1303. SILVER SPRING homesite, 50x150. in close-in residential community; $1,450: i all improvements. Call Mrs. Leasure, with EVERYMAN'S REAL ESTATE CO. SH. 1303. —22 ! CHEVY CHASE. MD.—Exclusive homesite with fenced and wooded boundaries; close Western ave.: 135x211: all improvements;, $5,500 Cal! EVERYMAN'S REAL ES TATE CO.. SH. 1303. —22 j ALEXANDRIA homesltes, all types, many lovely locations; acreage for country es tates: terms JACK G MAIZE AGENCY,i 121 S. Royal st., Alexandria 6888 and 8656. o*> . TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS in English Village. Bethesda. Md., about 100x110; streets,; water and sewerage Terms to suit. Call: MR. JAMES. NA. 1613, Eves, and Sun.1 TR. 3211. i LOVELY LOTS, with trees, in Fairhill sub-1 division, near Falls Church. Va , within a short ride of D. C. over fast highway.! Some nice lots at $500 each. To inspect1 call C. R. MORAN. F Ch. 812-J-2. —20 j HILLCREST—Erie st,. 1 blk . east, of Branch ave. s.e., lots 58x135 to paved alley, water and sewage available. Sur rounded by beautiful homes. For appoint-! ment to see call MR. PORTER. NA. 1613 ' Bundsv FR. 8260. Ext. 575. 3 VERY DESIRABLE LOTS In Brentwood. I Md.. about 6.000 sa. ft. each: sewer, water. ! bps. street and sidewalks in; will sell sinslv • or together: reasonable. Call EM. 2527 = nr DT 8607. BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITES, 2 acres, in Virginia, on State rd. 072, 2 miles from Oakton, in the Fairfax-Vienna area. 204' ft rd. frontage, high land, stream in | jear. $1,100, S cash McCAY McCAY.: McLean. Va.. GL. 8075. —23 OLU. h. williams co.—Beautiful Cieve-! land Park, within blocks from Conn.j ave and Uptown Theater. Ideal for new home. SL. 3000. —22 GEO H. WILLIAMS CO.—On Conn, ave .; 100x178: sewage, gas and elec.: reason ably priced. SL. 3000. —22 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Two lots near Uptown Theater, off Conn. ave. Isell. SL. 3000: eves., SH 9220 _"2 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Takoma Park—4 adjoining lots, all improvements, conven ient: desirable for homesites. Priced right. SL. 3000, —22 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Exclusive Silver Spring—Choice lots. Snider, SL. 3001. J GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Chevy ~Chase View—Beautiful detached homesites in an unusual setting. Snider. SL. 3001. _OO 21 LOTS. Silver Spring. Md., between Ar gyle and Indian Spring Clubs. All utilities available. Call Mr. Godfrey. Sligo 5400: eves, and Sun,. SH. 6598. STANLEY PEARSON, 8236 Georgia 8ve. —24 FORESTVILLE. MD—Building lots. 50x 150, city water, good bus service. 5550. Call Mr. Foley, with DEWEY M. FREEMAN. 3214 Branch ave. s.e. SP. 0767. —23 BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS—Bethesda. Md..—22 lots, lovely location, water and sewer: 524.000 Call MR BROSIUS. Sligo 5400. STANLEY PEARSON, 8236 Georgia APT. HOUSE SITE. 15.000 sq ft., near Fairfax Village, s.e : 84.250. T. D. BURGESS. 2524 Penna. ave. s.e.. FR 2802 *til 9 p.m.—22 _LOTS FOR SALE (ConM H!Lw?,fDS’o?AE'- with water and electricity; 60X100, $850 up T. D. BURGESS, 2624 feno* averse . FR, 2802 -til 9 p.m. —22 ’5.500 FEET, first commercial, in busy Northwest location, 63-ft. frontage. Ideal for auto dealer or apartment house, within 1 blk. of transp.. stores and bank. Price, $1.10 per ft. Architect's drawing for *28 unit apt. bldg, included at this Drice. Call Tammaro, TA. 5976, with SHANNON & i'CCtiSt'O 1505 H st. n.w.. NA. 2345. UNIVERSITY PARK—Large wooded lot, excel, section, conveniently located; sacri fice. $1,800. BRILEY REALTY CO.. UN. 1174 _oo ATTENTION, BUILDERS!—Desirable pi'ece of land for building apts. For further information. MR. PISANI. WI. 5115. —22 CHE\ Y CHASE, D. C.—Lots facing Rock Creek Park at 35c sq. ft. are scarce. Only a few of these are left. They are 80x200 and are close to Military rd. Smaller lots adjoining are available from $3,875 up. Phone DI. 1015 till 9 p.m. WM. H. SAUNDERS CO.. INC., Realtors lEst. 1687'. 15111 K st. n.w, _—24 LOTS WANTED. WILL PAY ALL CASH for white lots or acreage in Northwest or nearby Md. Call MR. SHIFRIN, 915 New York ave n.w. NA. 7416. 24* I PAY CASH for lots in D. C or nearby Md. SCOTT SANDERS. TR. 7563. CASH FOR LOTS or small acreage, suit able for building. WALTER M. BAUMAN. No. 1 Thomas Circle. NA. 6229, 1VO 0747. , —23 ACREAGE FOR SALE. ALEXANDRIA—An exceptionally beautiful building site, a little more than 2Va acres; splendid view, good elevation; in fine neigh borhood: trees; subdivision possibilities. Price, $8,500. ROMYE LAMBORN. Realtor. 1601 So Arlington Ridge rd.. Arlington, Va. JA. 2484, GL. 3711. Exclusive agent. VIRGINIA—From 1 acre to 1.800 acres, some wooded, some cleared, suitable for residence, estate or subdivision. Priced from $200 to $3,000 an acre. Additional listings invited. EASTMAN & STEELE. Realtors. Falls Church 2620. —22 BARGAIN—A really gorgeous site in cen tral Mont. Co., where a house formerly stood; view’ for miles in several directions. Over ion acres of rolling land for $6,500. and that’s a bargain in any language. R. P. RIPLEY. SH. 7539: Sun. and eves., DU. 4200. Ext. 404. Mr. Bogardus. —21 IF INTERESTED in buying desirable build ing lot or acreage for development, we have many good listings. For inf. call Mr. Diehl. UN. 4041. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., HYATTSVILLE INV. CO —23 BUILDERS. ATTENTION—40 acres of very desirable ground, ready for immediate de velopment: fronting on arterial highway, close to District line: very attractive price. To inspect, call NA 9797, CAPITAL VIEW REALTY CO., 925 New York ave. n.w. —23 LANHAM. MD.—.‘O', acres. $1,800. Call THOMAS F. HALLEY. Hyattsville 0354. o o 20 ACRES. $300 per acre. 10 mi. from D. C—Has beautiful building site where old home burned. Call THOMAS F. HAL LEY. Hyattsville 0354. —22 BUILDERS. ATTENTION!—42.000 sq. ft. for commercial building, on Lee hwy. near D C.; less than 60c sq. ft. FRED J GEORGE. 2173 Glebe rd.. GL. 6777. OX. 0141 —23 87 ACRES, more or less. 5 miles from Sil ver SprinR, with nice long road frontage on Georgia ave.; good 8-room house with bath and heating plant, good barn and other outbuildings; ideal for nice subdivi sion. adjoining tract of ground now being subdivided. Contracts have been let for water this year that will pass beyond this property. We are told that sewer will follow m the near future Priced to sell. Call Mr. Godfrey. Sligo 5400; eves and Sun . Shepherd 6598. STANLEY PEARSON, 8236 Georgia ave. —24 ( GEO. II. WILLIAMS CO.—On Colesville i rd. near Columbia rd . 26 acres, ideal for! subdivision; terms, low interest rate SL 3000. 22 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—52 acres on Co- j lumbia pike near Silver Spring. 485-ft. frontage. Quick poss. Snider, SL 3001. i GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—46 acresTeasily conv. into suburban lots. Must act quickly. Snider. SL. 3001. •>•> GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO —30 acres. Ash ton: 1.500-ft. frontage on land rd : ideal for orchard. ?0 acres clear. Property has not been farmed, excellent topsoil. Snider. ; SL. 3001,_22 _ACREAGE WANTED. BUILDER WANTS LOTS or acreage lor GI houses. Must have sewer and water available Box 369-G. Star —23 VETERAN has cash for 1 acre, vicinity Lee blvd., Falls Church or in Sleepy Hollow. GL. 0526. _•_ REAL ESTATE SALE OR EXCHANGE. OWNER OF CHOICE downtown property, now rented for 10 years at $4,800 an nually. has asked us to make a trade for a good single house in the n.w. area, at approximately $40,000 to $50,000 in value. This downtown property is located in a busy section. The improvements con sist of a new buildinR with basement and 2 floors. The new owner would pay only the taxes and insurance and the balance of the $4,800 would be net income. Any person having a large house which they wish to convert into income producing, staple property should investigate this proposition. WEAVER BROS., INC.. DI 8300: eves . NO. 1608. —22 WILL TRADE clear 4-family apt. for equity in apt. of 12 to 24 units with balance of down payment in cash. OWNER. ME. 3888: eves . OL. 531T,_ _REAL ESTATE WANTED. WE WILL Bt'V or sell your property for cash or terms. Your home can be ex changed for any we have listed. Action and satisfaction guaranteed. Service with out obligation. E. J. MOSS REALTY CO.. DI. 740S.—31 OUT-OF-TOWN REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE, in beautiful Sarasota, Fla., fine residence: best neighborhood. Price, $18,000. Write owner. P. B. ROGERS. 595 Bay Point dr.. Sarasota. Fla. —23 IN LIQUIDATION—Florida farmland acres in north central State, located in rich ; agriculture area, nr. the famous Suwannee ! River, close to highways, railroads and county scat: may be bought in parcels of 20 acres on easy payment plan. RELI ABLE REALTY CO . 1 108 1 6th st. n w. —25 POCONO MTS.. PA.—Stone bungalow, fur nished. near private lake, living room, din ing room, kitchen, 5 bedrooms. 3 baths, fireplace, includes boat and boat house, swimming and fishing privileges, small mouth bass; rental for summer. $1,850. Box 453-H. Star. 21* FOR SALE—101 acres. Colonial frame bungalow' built in 1840. in excellent con dition. 10 rooms, modern conveniences, guest house, beautiful grounds, trees, flow ers, shrubbery and vegetable garden; ten ant house, outbuildings: good neighbor hood: price. $32,500. CHARLES F. LEE. Annapolis. Md. —21 HERE’S YOUR VACATION HOME and a sung fisherman's haven: ideal climate on Florida's Gulf Coast—Fertile homesites. 1 ! to 5 a., fronting on or nr. salt water; com munity boat dock privil., hard rd . elec : titles guaranteed, prices as low as $300, $45 down. $15 mo.; immed. possession. For beautifully Illustrated free booklet, writa or ph. E. J. GREY, 6915 Fairfax rd., Bethesda._WI.4454._^ —22 _WATER FRONT PROPERTY. BAY RIDGE. MD.. building lots. $500 to $1 500. See BRUNNER. 54 Lake drive. Telephone Bay Vista *2451. WE HAVE PURCHASERS for water-front cottages, acreage estates. WALTER M. BAUMAN. No. 1 Thomas circle, WA. 6229, WO. 0747. —23 CHARMING LITTLE BAY COTTAGE, like new; attractively furnished, new electric refrigerator; landscaped corner; delightful, private community; $5,000. Box 4H-G. Star. —21 PLUM POINT. Neelde Estate—Beautiful white bungalow completely furn.; living rm. 27x12 with Heatilator fireplace, fin ished knotty pine throughout. Hotpoint 1941 stove and GE refrigerator, inlaid linoleum Kitchen; tremendous 2nd floor; copper-screened porches; 2 bedrms. down: vacant; $7,350. Exclusive agent, HY ATTS VILLE INVESTMENT CO., call Stan ley Moreau, UN. 4040; eves., WA. HS80. —31 FURNISHED COTTAGE on waterfront, lower Potomac River, nr. Cedar Point. Rent $50 a wk.. $500 to Nov. 1. Sale price. $4,500. WI. 0903 —21 65 ACRES on St. Leonards Creek. Calvert County. Md.—Well known for its deep, clear, salt water; scenic elevations, free dom from marshes, and beautiful build ing sites; this property has a high line, partly wooded, shore line and improved by a 5-rm. residence. 4-rm. tenant house, stable and other buildings: now operated by a tobacco-growing tenant; price, $20,000. which includes a tractor, farm machinery. 3 fine Guernsey cows, horse and poultry. THEODORE F. MENK. sole agent., 927 15th n.w. EX. 2740. TWO WATER-FRONT LOTS overlooking the Potomac River at Gunston Manor. Va.. 25 miles from city; sand beach; electricity; good roads; will sacrifice for cash. ME. 9510. * * BEACH BUNGALOW in exclusive South River Park; living room, dining room, kitchen. 2 bedrooms, bath, screened porch and basement: heated for year-around oc cupancy; boating and bathing; possession in 30 days; price. $7,500; terms. Phone Bill Wicker. WA. 1819. or eves.. OL. 2273, with O. B. ZANTZINGER. Jr., Real Estate. —22 COLONIAL BEACH, VA.—Cottage, sleeps 8. Rent by month only. GL. 1974. —27 2-BEDRM. COTTAGE, located on Herring Bay. for rent. For information call FR. 0939. —23 BEVERLY BEACH, on Chesapeake Bay— Summer homes and building sites. Write for catalogue. Box 17. Mayo. A. A. Co., Md. GEO. II. WILLIAMS CO.—Fishermen and yachtsman, attention! Two homes on Her ring Bay; 1. $5,250. 2 bedrms.; another, $4,250: new and latest modern design; screened, insulated; constructed for year round use: elec. pump, hot-water heater, modern bath: waterfront and docking rights; protected cove and inlet: boat and yacht repair privileges. DODSON. UN. 22on or UN. I48f. —22 SUMMER HOMES. LAKE CHAMPLAIN—2 modern baths. 4 bedrooms, club facilities; June only. Tel. Ft. Belvoir. Ext. 6185, days; 7234 nights. WATER FRONT COTTAGE, all modern conveniences, rowboat,- Woodland Beach. 27 miles from D. C.: available June 10 to August 1. *250. no wkly. rentals. Call WA. 8733. _—23 FARMS F0R~SALE: " GENTLEMAN'S ESTATE, with Investment possibilities; over 400 a., with aitractive oid Colonial home of 11 rms.; 3 lge. halls, 2 stairways, 5 fireplaces, 2 baths; h.-w.h.; 3 large old stone chimneys. House is old and historical, but has been thoroughly renovated and modernized; beavtliul lawn with magnificent old trees; lge. amount of saw timber, will bring in substantial Income. Fronts on Richmond highway, two other roads and historical creek; 40 mi. from Washington over high speed high way- Shown by appointment only. Phone GE. 7037. _->i 180-ACRE DAIRY FARM—7-room house, electricity, bank barn. 27 cow stalls, other usual farm buildings. Shipping Baltimore market; 160 acres under cultivation and in pasture. 20 acres in woods, 2 streams, nice view, on good gravel road. 32 miles to D C. Priced to sell at once. *14.000: terms. J. E KELLY. Agent, or E, L. Hur ley. Brosius Building, Rdckville, Md. Phone 033. _21 174 ACRES, 9-room house, bath, elec tricity nice shade, bank barn, other usual f«rrm buildings, excellent land, mostly un der cultivation: stream, paved road. 23 miles to D. C. Price. $30,000; terms. J. E. KELLY. Agent, or E. L. Hurley, Brosius Bldg., Rockville, Md. Phone 633. NEAR ROCKVILLE—95 acres of good, level land, of which 50 are under cultivation, balance pasture and woods: house of 6 rooms and bath: also 4-room tenant house: .jo-stanchion cow barn, good dairy, silo and other outbldgs.; $28,500. R. p. RIP LEY, SH. 7539. <Sun. and eves., DU 4 200. Ext. 404. Mr. Bogardus.) —21 VIRGINIA—We offer a number of unusu ally good dairy, stock and grain farms, from 100 to 40o acres. Priced from $12,000 to $55,000 Also several small, ^y-lroproved estates, priced $19,000 to $35,000. Telephone for further informa tion- EASTMAN & STEELE, Realtors, Falls Church 2020. _•»•> MONTGOMERY COUNTY, central part: well-located farm of 95 acres, has 7-room house with bath and furnace: garage: 3 poultry houses, large apple orchard; good access to markets. A mightv good farm £ndJUllc* Place to live, too. $15,750. R. P- RIPLEY. SH. 7639. (Sun. and eves.. DU. 4200. Ext. 404. Mr. Bogardus.) —22 GOOD 167-ACRE FARM near old Severn Station on W., B. & A. right of way: main house, t rooms: good tenant house, tobacco barn, other bldgs. Price. $20,000. Pos session at time of settlement. Dial 2461, Annapolis. _*»i NtAK AULOtVfcfcK, MD.. 18 mi. D C. 200 acre farm. 150 a. cleared and under cul tivation. 80 acres in meadow. 2 good to bacco barns, large stable with loft and manure shed: 8-rm. frame dwelling, now used as tenant house: chicken house, good water, loamy soil, about 200 yards off new State road; $10,000, Va cash DAN ABBOTT. Clinton 87. —25 10 ACRES near Colesville. Md : modern 4-bedroom country home with large shade trees, screened porch, oil heat, large living room, fireplace; 2 Vi baths; lull basement, laundry tubs, 2 fruit compartments for canned fruits. 1 Kelvinator freeze box; tenant house for gardener and caretakeT; nice barn for 3 cows. 2 horses, poultry houses for 00 layers, hoghouse for 25 hogs, dog kennel with 4 runs; l large cold freeze unit, will pack 3 steers; large gar den planted, strawberries, fruit trees; property all nicely fenced; everything cozv; will take $12,500 to handle. JOHN BUR DOFT, Colesville. Md. Call Ashton. Md., 3840. —‘»7 FARM ESTATE In Vienna. 6 rooms and 2 glassed porches; oil heat; completely”re decorated; attractive grounds with beauti ful trees; 25 minutes to downtown Wash.; $10,000 cash reauired; balance can be financed at approximately $90 per month. Shown by appointment only. Mr. Silver. TE. 6139. with A. H. DANIELS. GL. 4000. TOBACCO FARM, 141 acres. Charlotte Hall. Md.: $7,500. A real buy; selling due to other business: clears over $3,000 per year on tobacco only; 35 miles from Capital; Greyhound bus stops Va mile from farm. 0-room frame house. 2 tobacco barns, chicken house, garage; all included Exclusive with F R OSTROW & CO. For appointment, call WI. 2571. —22 MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD.—On fine State rd . 100 acres. K-room house, elec tricity; dairy barn and other outbuildings; all cleared land, fine stream, improve ments should be worth price asked; land should be worth $loo per acre; price. $10,500. H. H. CARTER. 013 15th st. n w. NA. 4178; eves.. AD. 4330 —21 15-ACRE GENTLEMAN S ESTATE, nice 6 room. hath home, modern: beautiful trees, large, level lawn, board fence. 3 fenced fields for pasture, ever-running spring branch down edge of property. A lovely home or suitable for subdivision, located 5 miles from Alex.. Va . on Old Fort Hunt rd.. below Bell Haven, just off Mt. Vernon blvd. Priced at $30,000; terms can be arranged. For inspection call MARSHALL J. WAPLE CO., 1224 14th st. n.w. DI. 3346. I HAVE SEVERAL dairy and beef cattle farms located near Montgomery County Potomac Hunt Club district. Several *-ith river frontage, others near Sugar Loaf Mountain. Prices ranging from $56 an acre on up. For further information, please contact Mrs. Leach, GE. 1489, with PEITZELL. DI 3100. FARM consisting of approximately 120 acres, slightly rolling farmland; mile fronting cn concrete highway in Frederick County, Md.. about 20 miles from Wash ington. Tenant house and otler outbuild ings. Ideal building site with view of sur rounding countryside and mountains. Priced for quick sale at $70 per acre. VAN IDEN ZEILER. Leesburg 100 week days. and Leesburg 91-J Sundays. VACANT—12*2 a. modern 7-rm. home, chicken house, 60.000 chicken capacity; 3-car garage; price. $28,500. 5875 Rol lins avp . Capitol Heights Mr Filippo. TR 7606. HARTMAN REALTY. INC., 1338 Good Hope rd. s e. R5-ACRE STOCK FARM. 6-room house, electricity, no bath; barn for 8 cows and 4 horses; large space for hay: henhouse 30x50. new cinder blocks: brooder house for baby chicks: dairy house with deep well freezing unit: large hoghouse 20x40: several other bldgs, in good condition; in cluded with farm. 10 cows. 3 horses, lots of hogs. 150 laying hens, bunch of baby chicks, all kinds of farming implements. 20 acres of wheat. 20 acres of corn plant ed. 20 acres in hay. balance in good pas ture land; tenant will stay if purchaser wants him to; his work on the farm will be his reference: owner must sell as he has other business in D. C : price. $16,000. on convenient terms. For inspection call Benton. GL. 6611. to drive you out by the Bull Run Battlefield to the farm. 28 mi. from Washington on a good gravel road, just west of Centerville. LYON. INC.. 3004 Lee hwy. Phone CH. 7070 —22 77 ACRES fronting Lee hwy.. .33 mi from Washington; located in the horse country section of Va.: 7-room Colonial frame dwelling, splendid condition: setting bark from hwy. on a nice knoll: stream through woods, with several springs; several varie ties of fruits, grapes and nuts; excellent water: deep well, automatic pump: plenty of chirken-raising equipment, including a 1-ton '45 Ford pickup: large refrigerator and other equipment: priced for quick sale. $22,000. ALex. 3897 or eves.. WA. 2941. __ 300-ACRE CATTLE FARM—This fertile farm is less than 35 miles from Wash ington over good roads. It has about 250 acres in grass and crops: the house sets on a hill with a pleasant mountain view and has 11 rooms, elec, and would be easv to modernize. There is a barn, tenant house and other buildings. The equipment and the owner's share of the cattle contract are included. This farm has a favorable labor situation. Price, $27,500: $10,000 down. MASON HIRST. Exclusive Agent, Annan dale. Va.. at the end of Columbia pike. Phone Alexandria 5812. Closed Sundays. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, see this attrac tive farm today, approx 115 acres, about 30 mi. out—-Modern home with 4 bedrms. and 2 baths; priced low at $18,500 for quick sale: terms if desired. Call today and ask for Mr. Travis, or Mr. Allnutt, WORTHINGTON REALTY, 8127 Georgia ave., SL. 0541 'til 9 n.m. —24 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—We have 2 farms near Colesville. one 108 acres, the other 150 acres; excellent land: sells for less than $300 an acre. Iseli, SL. 3000; eve.. SH. 9220 —22 17-ACRE FARM about 5 miles from Silver Spring. Md.—fi-room house, outbuildings, deep well, electric pump, nice orchard some fiontaee on hard road; $17,000. Call Mr Godfrey, Sligo 5400: evenings, SH 0598. can not be shown on Sunday. STANLEY PEfARSON, 8230 Georgia ave. __ _—24_ EQUIPPED 140-acre cattle farm; Army officer moving to Va.: close in: a beauty, all fenced. 2 streams, 2 springs, 7-room house with bath, all outbuildings in good repair; stock, machinery, hay; everything goes Frederick Co. dairy farm. 220 acres, 35 stanchion barn; have been shipping to Washington: 8-room house with bath: lovely tenant house, bank barn and all other necessary outbuildings in good repair: also several growing crops; land in best state of cultivation. $11,500, equipped; 50 acres. 2 houses, one with water, electricity, bath, heating plant: 20 acres in bearing apple orchard: apples, peaches, cherries; farm equipment all included, including chickens. Landscapers, attention; 270-acre farm, 200 acres in blueerass; this farm fronting on hard road with 2 tenant houses: has springs and streams: about 20 acres in woodland; ideal cattle farm; 20 miles out $150 peT acre. Dog kennel, on hwy.; R acres with 4 bedroom country home, all modern with fireplace; new dog kennels with wire and concrete floors, garage and 2 box stalls for horses or cows: fruit trees: plenty of lovelv shade with 2 streams: on busline JOHN BURDOFT. Colesville, Md. Cali Ashton fMd.l 384R._21 FARMS WANTED. BROKERS. ATTENTION—Wanted, farms for cash, within 10 miles of D. C. FUL TON R GORDON. 1427 Eye st. n.w . DI 5230 till 8 p.m. —23 FARMS OR. ACREAGE in nearby Mary land; not over 20 miles from D. C. Call RA. 1242 or write Box 37. 410 Bond Building. Washington, 5. D. C. —21 I_MONEY TO LOAN. HOME LOANS—Low monthly payments. Including_principal. Interest and taxes. FIRST FEDERAL HAVINGS Sc LOAN ASSOC.. 610 13th at n.w DI. 2370. MONEY ON SECOND TRUST — We will buy second-trust notes. D. C.. nearby Md. or Va. Reasonable rates. NATIONAL MORTGAGE Sc 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. 6230 until 8 p.m. UNLIMITED FUNDS available for first and second trust loans. DRURY REALTY CORP . RE. 1133. MONEY on first and second trusts; prompt action, reasonable rates; nearby Maryland, Virginia or D C. property. THE AMERI CAN CO.. 807 15th. NA. 8032. MORTGAGE LOANS. 4% Interest. Prompt service. MOORE Sc HILL CO.. 804 17th at, n.w. . MONEY WANTED FIRST DEED OF TRUST NOTES for sale, bearing 5'i Interest- well secured on D. C. property. Please call Mr. Miller, mortgage loan dept., LEO M. BERNSTEIN & CO.. 1415 K st. n.w., ME. 6100. A Complete Real Estate Institution.—26 LEGAL NOTICES. VERNON E. WEST. STANLEY DE NEALE and IRVING BRYAN, Attorneys for Petitioners. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States for the District of Columbia. —In re: Condemnation for the acquisition of land in the Northeast section of the District of Columbia for the opening of W street, between Brentwood road and Mon tana avenue; for the opening of 12th street south of W street; and for the widening and extension of 14th and 15th streets between Downing street and W street.—District Court No. 3064.—NOTICE AND ORDER OF PUBLICATION.—Notice is hereby given that the Commis sioners of the District of Columbia (pur suant to a certain provision of the Act of Congress approved March 4. 1913, entitled "An Act making appropriations for the expenses of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and four teen, and for other purposes,” whereby they are authorized to open, extend, or widen any street, avenue, road or highway to conform with the plan of the perma nent system of highways in that portion of the District of Columbia outside of the cities of Washington and Georgetown adopted under the Act of Congress ap proved March 2, 1893. as amended by the Acts of Congress approved June 28. 1898. and May 28. 1926, respectively, by con demnation undei the provisions of sub chapter One of Chapter XV of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia, have filed a petition in this Court praying the condemnation of the land necessary for the acquisition of land in the North east section of the District of Columbia, for the opening of W street, between Brentwood road and Montana avenue: for: the opening of 12th street south of W street; and for the widening and exten sion of I4th and 15th streets between; Downing street and W street, as shown on a map or plat filed with the said peti-: tion, as a part thereof and praying also that this Court pmpanel a jury in accord ance with the law provided for in such cases to assess the damages each owner of land to be taken may sustain by reason of the openings, widening and exten sion of said streets in the District of Columbia, and to assess the benefits re-, suiting therefrom, plus all or any part of the costs and expenses of said proceed ings, upon any lands which the jury may, find will be benefited, as provided for in ■ and by the aforesaid Act of Congress ap proved May 28. 1926. it is by the Court; this 8th day of May, 1946. ORDERED: That all persons having any interest in these proceedings be and they are hereby warned and commanded to appear in this Court on or before the 3rd day of June. 1946, at 10 o’clock am. and continue in attendance until the Court shall have made its final order ratifying and confirming the award of damages and the assessment of benefits of the jury to be empaneled and sworn herein; and it is further ORDERED That a copy of this notice and order be published twice a week for two successive weeks in The Washington Evening Star, the Washington Post and the Washington Daily News, newspapers published in the said District, commencing at least twenty days before the said 3rd day of June. 1946; and it is further ORDERED: That a copy of this notice and order be served by the United States Mar.^hal. or his depu ties. upon such of the owners of the fee of the land to be condemned herein as may be found by the said Marshal or his deputies within the District of Columbia, and upon the tenants and occupants of! the same, before the said 3rd day of June. 1946. ALEXANDER HOLTZOFF. Justice (Seal.* A True Copy. Test: CHARI.ES E STEWART. Clerk By ANNE W. LYDDANE. Deputy Clerk, my 220.127.116.11 _FUTURE._' THOS. J. OWEN & SON, Auctioneers. 435 Southern Building.—Trustees* sale of valuable two-story and basement brick dwelling, known as premises 406 E St. S E By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded in Liber No. 8162. folio 583 et seq . 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 in front of the premises, on Tuesday the twenty-eighth day of May. A.D. 1946. at 2:30 o'clock pm., the following-described land and premises, situate in the District of Colum bia. and designated as and being lot num bered fifteen (15) in Hunt and Turpffi’s subdivision in square numbered eight hundred twenty-one (821), as per plat recorded in the Office of the Surveyor for the District of Columbia in Liber 22 at folio 4. Terms: Sold subject to two prior deeds of trust aggregating $6,631 45, further particulars of which will be an nounced at time of sale: the purchase price above said trust to be paid in cash. A deposit cf $506.00 required. Conveyanc ing, recording, etc . at purchaser's cost. Terms to be complied with within 15 days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the prop erty may be advertised and resold at the discretion of the trustees JOHN SWA GART. SOPHIA COKENIAS, Trustees. | myl 5.18,21.24.27__ ADAM A. WESCHLER a SON. Auctioneers. —Two-story brick dwelling No. J 24 10th St. S.E . bv auction. By virtue of authority vested in the undersigned we will offer for sale by public auction in front of the premises on Monday, the 2?th day of May. 1946. at 4 o'clock p.m . Lot 1? in Square 968. with improvements thereon, to be sold subject to the unpaid balance of a building association trust about $2,000. Terms. All cash over trust. A deposit of $300 cash or certified check required of pur chaser at time of sale, balance to be paid within sixty days from date of sale otherwise deposit shall stand forfeited as liquidated damages for default in com pliance with terms of sale. Examination of title, conveyancing, revenue stamps and notary fees at cost of purchaser. Taxes, rents and water rent to be adjusted to date of conveyance. ADAM A. WESCHLER & SON. Auctioneers._my 15.18,21.24,2? _PROPOSALS._ _ SEALED BIDS, in duplicate, will be received until May 24, 1946, by the Vet erans Administration. Washington. D. C..1 and then publicly opened, for a building to be leased by it. Building to contain between 500.000 and 560.000 net square feet of file and office space ‘approximately 45,000 square feet to be partitioned' with in three CM 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 250 pounds per square foot; minimum of three (3) combination passenger and freight elevators or equivalent: adequate loading platforms: steam or hot-water heating: toilet facilities adequate for 700 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 for cars. Submit proposals to Director, Real Estate Service. Veterans Administration, Room 3059. Munitions Building. Washington 25. D C. —23 COMMISSIONERS. D. C., Washington. May 21, 1946. Sealed proposals will be received at Room 509. District Building, until 2:00 P.M., June 11. 1946. and then publicly opened, for construction of 5th Street Branch, Piney Branch Relief Sewer, consisting of approximately 995 linear feet of 7'6" diameter reinforced brick and con crete sewer in tunnel, 135 linear feet of 7'6" diameter reinforced brick and con crete sewer in open cut. 1,390 linear feet of 7'0" diameter reinforced brick and con crete sewer in tunnel, 120 linear feet of VO" diameter reinforced brick and con crete sewer in open cut. and also in open cut. 55 linear feet of 5'9" diameter con crete sewer, 80 linear feet of 3'3" diameter , brick and concrete sewer. 25 linear feet of; 3'0" diameter brick and concrete sewer. 90 linear feet of 24" diameter terra cotta pipe sewer, 110 linear feet of 12" diameter terra cotta pipe sewer. 140 linear feet of 10" diameter terra cotta pipe sewer. 45 linear feet of 15" outside manhole con trol. 105 linear feet of 15" diameter terra cotta pipe basin connection, 275 linear feet of 12" diameter terra cotta pipe basin connection. 2 reinforced brick and con crete junction chambers, 18 linear feet of! brick and concrete transition section. 9 reinforced concrete manholes, and 7 brick masonry manholes. Proposals, plans, and specifications may be obtained at Room 427, District Building __ my18.104.22.168,25.27 _ SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at. the Purchase Section. National Bureau I of Standards. Washington 25. D. C.. until, - p.m., May 31. 1946, and then publicly opened for furnishing one Universal hy draulic testing machine in accordance with ! specifications which may be obtained from the Purchase Section, National Bureau of Standards. _*. AUTO PAINTNG. AUTO FAINTING — Complete Job, $35 up: work guaranteed. GILBERT, 1102 Fa. ave ext. s.e. LI. 8B3S. AUTO FAINTING AND RETOUCHING. $30 and_upj_wprk guaranteed._OR. 3058. —24 TRAILERS. NEW YORK COACH* 21 ft., excel, cond. Prefer to sell furn., bedding, dishes and linen. See L. KEMP. Jones Trailer Park. Berwyn, Md., on Hwy. No. j. —22 NEW AND USED house trailers on 1*2 to 24 month terms. Metal luggage trailers. Painting and repair service; also acces sories. Cash for your trailer. RICHTER TRAILER SALB8. Route I. Berwyn. Md Tel. Tower 6<>35 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 all makes of trailers. We have in stock a complete line of the following accessories: Beds, stoves, Vene tian blinds, hitches, helper springs, etc. Goodyear 8-ply 7.50x18 tires to fit most trailers and Cadillac. Packard, Buick and Chrysler cars. 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. 3232. Open until 9 p.m. FOR RENT—ft-ft., 7-ft., 9-ft., 2-wheel au tomobile trailers: stake, box and dump types: hour, day or week: complete with hitch. RENT-A-TRAILER CO., 3203 Lee highway. Arlington. Va. GL. 8820 1942 CONTINENTAL HOUSE TRAILER. 28 feet long, excellent condition. Call Sligo 8415.__—23 ROGERS LOWBOY, 45-ton, excellent con dition. New semitrailers. 25 ft. flat. 8 ft. wide with sides. 11.00x20 tires, air brakes, $800 under new cost. CENTRAL MOTOR CO. 3143 Lee hwy. Arlington. Va. Daily and Saturdays. 8 to 8; Sunday. J(i to 3. CH. 7000, OX. 0552. To leach; Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn right at circle onto Lee hwy. (Route 21 l_or_29),_drive_lVa^jnUes. j MOTORCYCLES. SERVICE on all makes and models: plenty ol tires in stock, lull line ol chrome accessories; cylinder reboring service. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SALES. 011 9th st, n.w , RE. 0911._ GARAGES FOR SALE. FACTORY BUILT, sizes 12x20 and 20x20 STRAND BUILT overhead doors. Easy terms immediate delivery Visit our dis play of models- 1109 Jefferson Davis hwy.. Arlington, Va Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sun day and holidays, or phone JA 2184 GARAGES, wood or steel frame; concrete ! floor, insulated, fireproof, plain or over- j head doors: sizes J. 2. 3-car capacity; and! steel mill buildings. Sold on easy terms Call for estimate. DUPONT IRON WORKS, I 1 Ofi 18th st. n.w. NA 3788._—25 GARAGES FOR RENT. DOUBLE GARAGE, 8401) bile. 14th n.w — Single garage, 1400 bile. Irving st. n w. Apply J418 Irving st. n.w. —25 REAR 314 V ST. N.E.—Garage No. 9; private tile garage on wide, well-lighted alley; $4 per mo MARSHALL J. WAFLE CO., PI. 3340;_1.224_14th^ st. n.w._ AUTO TRUCKS FOR SALE. SCHOOL BUS. 70-passenger. 1939 D-35 International; motor recently rebuilt, good rubber; under $1,000. A. R. BROWN, Laurel Md. Laurel 769-J. -*-21 DODGE 1941 half-ton truck, good condi tion: $700: within OPA celling. 329 J 1th st. n.e.. Apt. No. 2. • D. 10 INTERNATIONAL dump truck, 2 or 3 ton capacity; 826-20 tires. 3-yd. dump body; will sacrifice. RA. 6508 —23 ARMY SURPLUS TRUCKS by Central Mo tor Co , authorized GMC truck dealers. A new group of trucks just received; some new Dumps—1943 Federals, 2'i-ton Stakes—21a-ton GMC. 6x4 and 6x6s. 12-ft. bodies Tractor-trailer unit — 1942 Chevrolet tractor. 3-ton Gramm trailer, new con dition. Tractors—2 White 1942 4-ton C. O. E Rogers lowboy, 45-ton, excellent condi tion. New semitrailers. 25 ft. flat. 8 ft. wide with sides. 11.00x20 tires, air brakes. $800 under new cost. Vans—2’.2-ton GMC 1942. Pole line trucks—2 Fords, 1 GMC. com plete with booms. Buses—1 1943 15-passenger Chevrolet Van bodies. 12 ft. long, insulated; seme new; $250 to $350. Trailers, 8 ft., ail steel, in newr rendi tion. ’4-ton ieep trailers. 6 00x16 tires. CENTRAL MOTOR CO.. 3143 Lee hwy . Arlington. Va. Daily and Saturdays. 8 to 6. Sunday, 10 to 3. CH. 7 000. OX. 0562. To reach; Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn right at circle onto Lee hwy, (Roiite_21 l or_29),_drive_JJ>? miles _AUTO TRUCKS WANTED._ FULL RETAIL PRICE paid for your stake, pickup or panel truck, any make, any model; all cash. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. AD. 8344 TWO VETERANS going in business need ’2 or ton panel truck. Cali RA. 947b or TA 1610 22* AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. 1946 1 Vi-TON STAKE BODY TRUCK, de pendable 2i hours' service with driver. Day or contract. Low rates. RA 2435. —22 VAN TRUCKS, large or small jobs- experi enced help, prompt service, reasonable rates, veteran TA. 2937. 21* VETERAN, white, desires general hauling, large stake body, day or night; reasonable. FR. 8260. Extension 72, after ft p.m. —26 GENERAL HAULING and moving by day or hour. Phone Olympic 8945. Kensing ton. Md._ _—23_ AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS. FENDER AND BODY WORK: overheated radiators cleaned on your car promptly. ROBERT HERSON AUTO EXCHANGE. 72 Florida ave. n.e.. MI. 7100. —24 NEW-TYPF 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 PCNTIAC CO.. Wash ington's Largest Pontiac Dealer. 1437 Irvine st. n.w,. AD. 8500. Quick, efficient service. AUTO LUGGAGE TRAILER, immediate de livery. 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 Dtalcr, PONTIAC OWNERS. ATTENTION! We have just received a large shipment of good quality seat covers in nopular 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 locks. Approved D. C . Va and Md sealed-beam headlights. Transmissions re built and guaranteed. Auto glass installed. J. L. BRENNER CO.. 1940 Montana ave. n e . FR. 1 940. AUTO SAFETY GLASS installed; new and used parts, grills and rebuilt transmis sion ROBERT HERSON AUTO EX CHANGE. 72 Florida ave. n.e. MI. 7100. —24 AUTO LOANS._ __ LOANS on out of State titles—Regardless of what State your car is titled in, we will loan you from $50 to $2,500 on any 1036 to 1046 automobile. RICHARD & CO.. 1309 H st. n.w.. RE 3644. Free parking 4 door* from office, next to Times Herald Bldg. _—23 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. BUICK 1941 4-door sedan, beautiful; $1,220, within OPA. 2038 H st. n.w. Prefer trade in. • BUICK 1934 “8” 2-door sedan; excellent condition: 4 new’ tires and tubes: private owner; $400, within OPA ceiling. WI. 7666. CHEVROLET 1934 coupe: good condition: clean inside, good paint, good rubber; $275. within OPA ceiling. WI. 7666. CHEVROLET 1935 coupe: new tires, good running condition; $275; within OPA. Call at Bldg. 1114, Apt. 95. 15th st. South. Arlington, Va. <J. E. B Stuart Homes), after 3 p.m. or all day Wed. or Thursday. 23* DODGE 1938 4-door tr. sedan: good mo tor. good tires, radio and heater: $500. within OPA ceiling. Mav be seen at 904 10th st. n.w. from Monday on. —21 DODGE 19*11 GI; 4-wheel drive. ton. weapons carrier: good rubber; 1942 Plym outh engine installed: tarpaulin covered; within OPA ceiling, $700. OL. 4136. FORD 1941 station wagon; good motor, excellent finish; one owner: new tires: $995 and some small trade; under OPA ceiling. Box 328-G, Star. FORD 1936 de luxe coach; $276. OPA ceiling HERSON S AUTO AND APPLI ANCE CO.. 714 O st. n.w. —22 FORD 1938 convertible couple; rumble seat: good finish on motor, radio; D. C. inspected; $425 and light trade: under OPA ceiling. 3408 Sherman ave. n.w. KAISER-FRAZER—Taking orders for these sensational 1947 automobiles. CENTRAL MOTORS CO., 3143 Lee hwy., Arlington. CH. 7000, OX. 0552 LINCOLN SEDAN, 1938. under OPA price; can be seen any time at 6217 Sligo pkway, Green Meadows, Md. Phone WA. 7845. 21* MERCURY 1942 2-door sedan, black; ra dio and heater; this late one-owner car is in splendid condition, driven just 18.000 miles: warranted OPA ceiling. $1,365. MAYFLOWER MOTORS. Exclusive Lin coln and Mercury Dealers, 1125 15th st. n.w. RE. 0303. —25 OLDSMOBILE 1941 convertible coupe, model 66; A-l mechanically; beautiful maroon finish: 4 excellent white-wall tires, radio, heater; guaranteed under OPA ceil ing. $1,250. Call C»E. 0073 after 5:30 p.m. —23 k-—;-\"^li r~ y<?(/M/vr*t&4A/ r^rTTi! k MPEPPXM ODOP, / 7S Y~%&s]£S%Z* &47H/ S/ v_ / pepsp/p/)t/c>m [[Z ( Mt/M's THE C \ \ ™//VG 7V GMPP rY s bob/e-eye q uxe yob cava? BOWL B/M OIYEB, * \r /B/rwEBE//'r l BOB... A I ltr_ F S/MY/A/0 BR/6//T— \ /S££A SAM#T£K I <?//?/ 7VM<SWT. / S//£& £/)£///<? ' J0S£00/V0S k "**"!/ ADVERTISEMENT. AUCTION SALES. _TOMORROW._ ZED L. WILLIAMS, auctioneer — Public auction at Smith’s Storage Warehouse, 910 S st. n w . Wednesday evening at ?:.‘10; p.m. Please note this is a night sale. Furniture and household effects or various kinds, including Chickering square grand piano, chairs, dressers, good beds, com plete, golf clubs, china, glassware, pic tures, various other desirable articles of home furnishings. Terms, cash. X*£MMDM& V ~^Me^ecr. I f 70 T£££ y00 ] J/V0S0 j • Mum's quick, safe, sure-harmless to skin and fabrics. Pnxf.ci oi Bmtoi-Mvm TAKES THE 000R OUT OF KRSPUATION .CROSS-WORD PUZZLE . 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I. peasant 41 Musical note 44 Measure of weight 46 Part of church 48 Damage 49 A gear tooth 50 To hasten 51 Sick 52 Mournful 54 A fish 55 To be ill 56 Clock in shape of ship 59 Note of scale Points for Parents —By EDYTH Thomas WALLACE Talking while angry adds fuel to the fire. It's best to wait until both parties are emotionally calm before trying to adjust a difference. This Mother—I don't believe you really hate me, but we all feel like saving such things at times. Go to your room and stay until you can talk this over reasonably. Not This i»4« Th« 5 •'2.1 ind Tribwri* ly-no.c*' • Mother—I'd certainly be ashamed to tell my mother I hate her! You make me so mad I'd like to slap your mouth! Now sit down there and lis ten to me. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALEjCoiCt.) OLDSMOBILE 1941 Hyciramatic club se dan: good condition: heater: OPA ceiling. $1,092.12. Call Leesburg. Va.. 202 24* OLDSMOBILE 1936 2-dr. de luy* coach f490: OPA celling. HERSON S AUTO AND APPLIANCE CO., T14 O st. n.w —22 PACKARD 1941 series 120 4-door sedan: excellent condition: $1,495, below OPA ceiling: terms or trade, s & A. SERVICE. 11th and Vermont ave MI 5119 —18 TAXICABS, late models. 1942. 1941 and 1940. Priced for immediate sale: under OPA ceiling. A. C. SERVICE. 3rd and M n e. —21 PLYMOUTH 194* taxicab, with PUC: ex cellent condition. OPA ceiling. Rear of 1324 Vermont ave. n.w. 23* PLYMOUTH 194o 4-door de luxe sedan; new rubber, finished like new car: radio, heater, extra*: used by elderly gentleman: $795 cash, clean trade; under OPA ceil ing. Box 329-G. Star. PLYMOUTH 1942 taxicab with PUC: ra dio and heater, new tires car in good condition. WA 6704. 6 to 7 p.m 23* PLYMOUTH 1941 2-door sedan, special de luxe: heater and defroster: this car is m splendid condition and offers the best in economical transportation: warranted OPA ceiling $1,003. MAYFLOWER MO TORS. Exclusive Lincoln and Mercury Dealers. 1125 15th st. n.w. RE 0303. TERRAPLANE 1936 6-cylinder de luxe sedan: radio, heater. 2 new tires. $385 <below OPA ceiling price). WM. VEAZEY, Gaithersburg 299. —22 TAXICAB. 1939 Plymouth; radio and heater; painted Diamond colors, $538, within OPA TR. 2300. 22* VETERAN, driving to West Coast, will ex change ! i>34 Ford coach, plus cash, for late model car. TA. 6399. • WOULD LIKE TO TRADE a 1937 Plym outh sedan, in good condition, for later model sedan, any make. Axminster 4420. Not for sale. Call after 5 p.m._22• COMPARE THESE CARS—a fine selection of late models Will sell with or without trade. OPA ceiling prices and some below Buy from an old-established Buick agency 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 Many others to choose from. HYATTS VILLE BUICK CO WA 4111 AUTOMOBILES WANTED. BUICK. Chrysler, Dodge. Piymoutn, OJas and Pontlacs badly needed to supply de mand of returning overseas veterans. Hignest prices paid for clean cars. Drive inside our modern parking building for appraisal or call Mr Miller at EX 4800 RANDALL MOTORS. INC., 1150 17th st nw 'corner 17th and Ml BUICK. American Bantam. Chevrolet. Ford, Packard or any car. in good condition, urgently needed. We Pay tne full ceiling price in cash in 8 minutes. LOVING MOTOR SaLES. 4432 Conn. ave. BITCKS. 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. CHEVROLET or any make car. Will pay highest cash price. FLOOD PONTIAC. 4221 Connecticut, WO. 8400. BUICK* WANTED—I will pay the highet cash dollars, any make, any model. WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344 CHEVROLET, late-model, low-mlleaee car wanted for personal use. WESTMORE LAND AUTOS. TA. 4200. CHEVROLETS wanted. 1031 to 1936: any condition: spot cash: come to your home: be smart. "ROPER. ’ DU. 9765. 25“ CHEVROLETS—Cash fo: youi car. no red tape. SCHUEGEL * GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st.. Takoms Park. D C . Georgia 3300 CHEVROLETS WANTED—I will pay the highest cnsh dollars, any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. CHEVROLETS, ’36-*39; will pay ton 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 Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. toRDS—cash for your ear, no red tape oCHLEG*L & GOLDEN. 257 Carroll at.. Takoma Park. D C.. Georgia 3300 FORD, 1940-1941 or 1942. in good con dition. for own use. WESTMORELAND AUTOS. TA. 4200. FORD OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754, J. Dewpy 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. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344 FORD automobiles wanted. 1931 to 19'lfi Noone would dare pay more than "ROPER." DU 9765. 25* BU1CK OWNERS—Get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. Bob Terrett. Positive transportation may be arranged while waiting for your new car. CENTRAL MOTORS, 3 919 M st. n.w. FORD OWNERS—Get every dollar your car is worth EM. 9754. Bob Terrett. Posi tive transportation may be arranged while waiting for your new car. CENTRAL MO TOR SALES. 44.32 Conn ave. FORD. 1936-1939. in good condition, wanted at once. WESTMORELAND AUTOS. TA. 4200. OLDSMOB1LE WANTED—I will pav 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 condition: spot cash: come to you. ROPER pays the best. Call DU. 9765. 25* PLYMOUTHS-—Cash tor your car: no red tape 8CHLEGEL It GOLDEN. 267 Carroll st Takoma Park. D C. Georgia 3309 PLYMOUTHS wanted. 1931 to 1936. "Roper’ pays best price: will come to home. ''ROPER." DU. 9765. 25* PLYMOUTH OWNERS—Get every dollar ynur car is worth. EM. 9754, Bob Terrett. Positive transportation may be arranged while waiting for your new car. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. PLYMOUTHS WANTED—1 will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st n.e Adams 8344. PONTIAC OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM 97 54. J Dewey Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. PONTIACR wanted. 1933 to 1937: any condition come to your home: spot cash. ROPER, DU.. 0765. 26’* ' i AUTOMOBILES WANTED (Cont.) PONTIACS WANTED—I will pay the high est cash dollars, any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. PONTIAC OWNERS—ir you are planning to sell your car, see Jack Blank first. Highest cash prices and courteous service ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. Washingtons Largest Pontiac Dealers, 1437 Irving st n w., AB. 8500 STLDEBAKER 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. CHRYSLER-PLYMOLTH DEALER will pay the maximum cash price for any desirable car; save time. WHEELER, INC., 4810 Wisconsin, OR. 1020. S to 6:30. Closed Sunday. FULL RETAIL PRICE PAID for your car. all cash, no checks. Don't, take less Call Adams 8344. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. HIGHEST CASH PRICES lor Chryslers, Buicks, Packards. Cadillacs. Studebakers. Dodges. Plymouths, Chevrolets. Call or drive by. GENE CASTLEBERRY, 1640 Benning rd. n.e.. FR. 5231. ABSOLUTELY' TOP Y'ALLE for your car at McKee! As new-car production increases the price of your car is bound to take a big drop. Sell it today to McKee at to day s top price. Delay is bound to cost you money, so come see McKee today! We ll also give you a priority number to make you among the first to get a new Pontiac. For top prices see McKEE PONTIAC. 182S L st n.w. ME. 0400. TO GEY 1UP CEILING PRICE, call Bob Cook. COOK MOTOR CO.. N H. ave and L nw . ME 8824. D1 9526 MAY'FLOWER MOTORS. INC., exclusive, Llncoln-Mercury dealer—We will buy cr trade your cai for the highest price. Do not sell before getting our price. Con veniently located at 1125 l5*h st n.w RE 0303 CASH AT ONCE—Top dollar prices at COAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-423 Florida ave. n.e.. AT. 7200. Open evenings. BRING Y'OLR TITLE and get highest spot cash for your car. WORRELL MOTOR CO., 1553 Pa ave. s.e . FR. 1039. EX-SERYTCEMAN 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 with a good car call Adams 8344. I will pav you a high cash price. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES OLIL-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 20th st. n.e. HOLD IT just a minute! To get the high est cash price for your car, regardless ol condition, make or year, drive in or call DU 2877. 1717 Rhode Island ave n.e.. BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO. Open 9 am until 9 p.m. FI LL CEILING PRICES PAID—Don t sell until you see us: need 100 cars—3 930 to 1942 cars: absolutely high cash price. If car is paid for. will give you cash. If car is not paid for. will pay off balance and day cash difference. BARNES-SANDERS MOTORS. Washington's oldest exclusive used-car dealers. See Mr. Barnes for ap praisal All cash or certified check. Only one location. Drive in open lot. 1300 14th. corner N st. n.w Open 8:30 to 5, closed on Sunday. Call North 1111 for appraisal ; AN HONEST PRICE for your Plymouth.: Dodge. De Soto or Chrysler. SID WELL BORN MOTORS. Chrysler-Plymouth deal ers. 8000 Georgia ave.. SH. 4500 HIGHEST CASH PRICES for Chryslers. Buicks. Packards. Cadillacs. Studebakers. Dodges. Plymouths. Chevrolets. Call or drive by. GENE CASTLEBERRY. 1640 Bennmg rd n.e.. FR. 5231. WANTED FOR CASH any make or model car. truck or station wagon: highest legal prices paid. Phone WI. 1635—and our buyers will call at your convenience CHEVY CHASE MOTOR CO . Chevrolet dealer. 7725 Wisconsin ave. n w. VETERAN wants good clean car for busi ness use, any style. '37 to ’42: will Pav cash: no dealers CH 0066 _21 SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA SERVICE. 1126 20th st. n.w. District 9141 DISCHARGED naval officer wants good used car, any make, any price. CH 5565 —25 WILL PAY CASH for good 1941 or 1942 coupe or sedan. No dealers G W. SAUTHOFF. GL. 4400. Ext. 504. 26* WE WILL BUY your '39, '40 and '41 Ford. Chevrolet or Plymouth; top ceiling price See Washington's oldest Ford dealer, HILL & TIBBITTS, 1114 Vermont ave. n.w.. NA. 9850. BUICK OWNERS sell their cars for cash to EMERSON & ORME, 17th and M sts n.w. CASH FOR YOUR CAR—Ford*. Chevrolet* end Plymouths. Phone Atlantic 6800 “TEUART MOTORS. 3rd and H sts n » SEI.I, YOl'R CAR to EMERSON & ORME l?lh and M sts. n.w. Call DI. 8100 for cash offer ATTENTION—Private party will pay your price for good conditioned car. RE. 3404. Apt. 508. 23* 1939 TO MM I USED CAR. good cond.. any make, all cash. No dealers. DU. 9841. MR. PREISINGER 23* CASH FOR ANY CAR. in good condition, wanted Immediately by veteran. Phone Glebe 5494. .—23 NAVY FAMILY needs sedan, in excellent condition: ’39 or later. Will pay cash. Dupont 1332. —23 VETERAN, wife and baby, buying far-out suburban home, need car for transporta tion. Consider anything. MI. 2872. VETERAN needs 1939-41 Chw. or Plym outh, good condition; cash. Call TA. 8369 after 7 p m. • AUTOMOBILE wanted bv nurse, in good condition; late model preferred. Call after 12 noon. Will pay all cash. Call ^DU. CAPITOL CADILLAC CO. We are urgent ly in need of used cars and are paying highest prices for Cadillac. Buick. LaSalle. Oldsmobile and all other makes. Get our price before you sell. CAPITOL CADILLAC CO . Cadillac & Oldsmobiles. 1222 22nd st. n.w. NA. 3300. —22 CEILING CASH OFFER—Pontiac, Ford. Plymouth coach or sedan. 1938 to 1940. FR. 5677. 22* PRIVATE PARTY want* 1937-1940 Ford. Chevrolet or Plymouth. Preferably con vertible coupe; good condition. All cash Call after 5 p.m. FR. 6594. —22 VETERAN urgently needs car: un to $300. cash: private party only. Lincoln 4880 after 6. • FOR OWN USE. 1936 to 1940 light or medium size car In good condition. Falls, Church 810-J-4. *3* A jGoren on Bridge Neither side vulnerable. North deals. A AQ3 A52 0 K J 10 4 *832 A 9 N A 7652 J 9864 W E r? Q10 7 OQ9863 S 07 *10 9 * A K J 7 8 AKJ1084 t>K3 0 A5 2 * Q 5 4 The bidding; North East South West 10 2 * 2 A Pass 3 A Pass 4 * Pass Pass Pass Opening lead, 10 of clubs. Our old friend the two-way guess for the missing queen is in again today. This type of misguess is re sponsible for more heartaches at the bridge table than almost any other single source. Sometimes the misfortune may be charged up to hard luck; at other times it is due to the declarer making the wrong percentage play. When the location of the missing card can be deter mined beyond the peradventure of a doubt and the guess entirely elim inated, then, of course, the declarer has no one but himself to blame for failure. Thi bidding in today's hand was routine and West opened the 10 of clubs in response to his partner's bid. The king and ace were cashed and the third round ruffed by West who led the six of hearts. This was won by declarer, who then extracted trumps in four rounds. Everything now depended upon guessing who had the queen of diamonds. De clarer elected to lead first to the king and then returned the jack. When East showed out the jig was up. His partners rightful scorn found vent in an outspoken manner. “You must have known that West had a basketful of diamonds. East has shown up with five clubs and four spades and has followed to a heart. He must be very short in diamonds.* “I suspected that." was South’! reply, “but I was afraid I might lose to a doubleton queen. East might have had it as part of his bid and I usually follow my hunch that the queen generally lies over the jack.” Declarer’s argument lacked sound ness. In the first place possession of a doubleton queen in the suit adversely bid would hardly Influence a player in making an overcall. In the second place, he could have ascertained to a certainty how many diamonds East held by a very simple expedient. He should have led to the ace of hearts and East would have followed suit. That would account for 11 of his cards. Now dummy's remaining heart should be ruffed (needlessly to be sure) and when East followed to this trick he would be known to have only one more red card in his hand. The play of the ace of diamonds first would show what card it was and the finesse of dummy’s 10 could be taken with absolute assurance. Tomorrow’s Problem. DECLARER DUMMY 4 753 A A 4 K J 6 3 \? A 7 2 0 A 0 9 4-2 A A Q 10 6 2 AKJ753 You are declarer at a contract of six clubs. The opening lead is the king of diamonds. Plan the play (Copyright, 1946, by Charles H. Gor’en ) Take My Word for It By FRANK COLBY. What About "Ain't?" Q. I am in despair over my failure to stamp out "ain’t” among my Eng lish students. Will you please Col by-ize the word? Perhaps they’ll take your word for it.—Mrs. T. M. Answer: First of all, "ain’t” is a corruption of the obsolete contrac tion "a'n’t” for "am not.” ‘‘A'n’t” was pronounced "ahnt” or ‘‘ant." For some reason now unknown, "a n’t” disappeared, having been su perseded by the form "ain’t,” a non sensical contraction, since there is no such phrase as ”ai not.” "Ain’t” for "am not” is bad enough jin any event—the dictionaries stig matize it as “dialectal” or "illit erate.” “But "ain't” approaches the barbarous when it is used for "are not, is not. has not.” and “have not,” as: "I ain't going; he ain’t go ing; you ain’t going; he ain’t gone; they ain't gone.” "Ain’t,” in careless speech, has be come a monstrous word-of-all-work that is as meaningless as it is er roneous. Equally erroneous, and quite as hard to stamp out, is the contrac tion “aren't” when used with the pronouns I. he, she and it. “Aren't I?” is a British colloquial ism introduced into this country'by American writers who fatuously tje lieved that “I am, aren't I?” is ved dy, veddy social register. “Aren’t I?” continues to smirk at us from stories and novels written in “society” English. And writers of radio plays and movie scenarios had as soon be caught in public in their underclothes as to turn out a single opus without a liberal use of “Aren’t I?” and “Don't feel badly about it.” For a free copy of my pamphlet listing origins, meanings and correct pronunciations of “First Names." send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Frank Colby, in care of The Star (Copyright. 1946, the Bell Syndicate, Inc.)* L=l “She's just a silly kid—the kind who'd take her broken heart to a doctor instead of a lawyer!” LETTER-OUT FASTER Lacrimatlon NUCLEUS Relations MOTHERED Propos ition REIGNS Oum__ LEARNED Vetch 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 vou hav# "Lettered-Out” correctly It’s humbug. Answer to Yesterday's I.etter-Out. (O) NEGRO-RENO (Western city). iO> RECOILS-SLICER (cutting tool). (W) DOWER-RODE' (didn't walk), (A) SAGEM-SMUG (not unhaopv). IN) ELEGANT-LEGATE (diplomat).