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FURNISHED cottage on lower Potomac water front nr. Patuxent Naval base. 00 Wash Rent. $500 to Nov. l; sale Price. $4,500. WI. 0903. 28* ABOUT 300 FT., on Potomac, at Colton’s Point. Md ; large lawns, shade and fruit trees; full reparian rights; 3 bedrooms, bath, large living room, dining room with Heatrola fireplace, electricity. Pyrofax gas range, electric motor on artesian well; beautiful location, almost entirely sur rounded ty water. Information at Butter 5 store. Bamman's bungalow. Box ./b-j. Star. otj* DARE BEACH—4-room and bath bunga low: completely furnished; large living room. 2 bedrooms and kitchen, large front and side porches screened in; overlooking Chesapeake Bay. A bargain for $4,750. Substantial cash. Balance easy. Open all day Thursday. ALVIN EPLING, UN. 0313. COTTAGE at Idlewilde. Shady Side. Md.; 3 rooms and bath, completely furnished, new Magic Chef gas stove, electric refrig erator: *2 block to bay; reasonable for cash: by owner. West River 44-F-2. —3 WANTED summer cottage or house, near water; modem conveniences; for one to Wlthln 50 mi. Washington. Call PEDROW. NA. 6854. —30 SACRIFICE—Potomac River, sportsman’s home on beautiiul 8*4-acre point. 1.700 feet frontage. 25 miles Washington, beau tilully landscaped. Modern dwelling and excellent servant’s house, both with mod ern conveniences and furnished: other buildings. Immediate possession. $25,000. Corrotoman riverfront. Lancaster Coun ty, Virginia: 255-foot frontage, l3* acres, s-room dwelling, bath, electricity, fruit; immediate possession; $7,500. Also farms, homesites. acreage. LEONARD SNIDER. La Plata. Md. _Z_.1— ■ - " - _SUMMER HOMES. COTTAGE, furnished, a.m.i.; Pennsylvania mts.. Protestant community: $325 season.' car needed. Phone RE. 2527. —2(5 I COLORED—-WANTED—Two-bedroom fur nished cottage located near beach within i approx. 40-mile radius of Wash., com muting by auto. Call CH. 2000. Ext. 851. | ACREAGE FOR SALE. _ GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—52 acres on Co- ! himbia pike. Montgomery County, 485-ft. frontage: must act quickly. Snider. SL. 3001. —29 GEO. H. WILLI AIMS CO.—2812 acres close to Silver Spring; 470-ft. frontage: excellent for subdiving. For full information and inspection call Snider. SL. 3001. —29 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Little over acre, about 2 miles from Georgia ave.. Silver Spring; leaving town, must sell. SL. 3001. —29 25,659.120 SO. FT. of apartment and com mercial ground; price as an entirety when zoned. 50c sq. ft.: would consider accept ing major cost of ground in preferred stock in a corporation capable of building up these vast additions. FULTON R. GORDON, owner. 1427 Eye st. n.w. DI. 6230 until s p m. Brokers, attention. —26 APPROX. 50 ACRES near Ga. ave.. Forest Glen rd.. Sligo pkwy., Md. Will take in trade small apartment. OWNER, Box 124 J. Star. 29* lOti ACRES, nice frontage on Lee hwy., close in to Falls Church: beautiful bldg. Rites in line for subdividing; priced to sell. For further information call FREN ZEL. McLean. Va. Elmwood 378. —29 ACREAGE HOMESITES that cost no more than city lots but give much more free dom. Be a real land owner with room for a large lawn, garden, fruit trees and space for your children to safely play on their own land. Tracts of 1 or more acres in a pretty, well restricted develop ment in suburban Va. Terms as low as 15*7 cash with reasonable monthly pay ments. Phone GE. 7037. —26 A CHOICE o-ACRE TRACT located on paved road, just 1 mile from Rockville, partly wooded, some cleared land, stream; beautiful view. Price. $450 an acre. E. S PRICE & CO.. ME. 3050. SL. 3429. —20 BO-ACRE PARCEL, fully approved, sur veyed. plotted and staked into acre plots; located on U. S. Route 29 at Colesville, Md.: real opportunity for developer who appreciates the value of a subdivision ap proved and ready to ride: $55,000. K. P. RIPLEY SH. 7539. Sun. and eves.. SH. 0910, Mr. Romer. —29 TEN ACRES—Near Rte. 224. Accokeek. Md.: 12 cleared rest in timber; 5-room house: attic could be finished; well and orchard MR. CARR, owner. 20* DEVELOPERS - SI EJMVIDERS! Approxi mately 300 acres for sale at $130 per acre: Anne Arundel County near Davidson ville, Md., 20 miles to D. C. line. Excel lent roads to property. Only $30 per acre rash required, balance financed 1st trust. In whole or in part, as small tracts are sold. Excellent for returning veterans or others wanting space to spread out on email farms of from 2 to 5 acres. Box 144-Z. Star. —26 B5 ACRES, about 8 or 9 miles due north of Silver Spring, accessible from down town over 2 main highways, $400 an acre; a low price for property as close in. R. P. RIPLEY. SH. 7539. Sun. and eves.. SH. 0910. Mr. Romer. —29 10 ACRES, wooded, nearly level, just off dual highway now being built to Indian Head; $3,500. Will trade for city prop erty. Box 306-H, Star. 20* BEAUTIFULLY WOODED HOMESITES. adj. (dual) Lee hwy., Fairfax Co.. 19 mi. from Memorial Bridge: 1 to 4 acre tracts: rea sonably priced: restricted: arch, and bldg, assistance if desired. CH. 4266. —28 RESTRICTED building sites. Only 8 mi. from D. C. line, near Clinton. Md. 2 to 10-acre tracts with elec., tel., mail de livery. school bus and water at property; $300 to $400 per acre. OWNER. SL. 5533. —29 35 ACRES, facing on 2 good roads: trout stream through center of property: about 10 acres suitable for cultivation: good view, high wooded knolls, large trees: $175 per acre: terms to substantial purchaser. THOMAS & CO., phone Vienna 125: eve., Vienna 111-J. —2 ACREAGE—12 miles from Silver Soring traffic light out Colesville pike, Md., Route 29. only 8 miles from White Oaks Naval Lab. in the heart of Montgomery County; 20 acres: 12 acres clear, balance in large oak and hickory; 2 streams, new cut road with heavy reinforced concrete bridge across stream: 44 fruit trees, some bearing' next year: also one of the finest wells in! the county: acreage in this vicinity priced at from $1,000 to $2,500 per acre; will sell ell for $17,000; half cash, balance first trust. T. D. BURGESS, 2524 Pa. ave. s e. FR. 2802 until 9 p.m. —29 ATTENTION! Builders, developers, inves tors—About 50 acres of beautiful rolling country on hard-surfaced Chesterbrook rd., Fairfax County, about 2 mi. from the Wash. Golf and Country Club: elev. 300 ft.: land mostly cleared and bordered by Tim mit Run: only $800 per acre: also 15 acres of cleared land on a knoll in Mont gomery County, in a subdivision on Seven Locks rd. and Cabin John Creek. 7 miles! from D. C. line, along Bradlev blvd.: op-: portunity at $300 per acre Mr. Sharnoff. EM. 2527, BROWN REALTY CORP . DI. 8007. QUAINT ACRES—See our ad under lots for sale. DREISEN-FREEDMAN. INC . 8032 ; Colesville rd., Silver Spring, Md. SL. ] 700. 30 ACRES, located on Rt. 7, 10 miles from D. C ; 5 acres in timber, balance clear; $250 acre. RAY BARNEY, Vienna 218. —29 I ACREAGE WANTED. DOCTOR, retired, wants farm or acre age for subdivision for investment, on highway: will pay all cash. Montgomery Co., no farther than 20 miles from Dis trict line WI. 2571. 7002 Conn. ave. —28 40-100 ACRES in vicinity of Beltsville, Laurel: unimproved land. Will pay up to $200 per acre. HERMAN HANNAUER, 7896 Georgia ave., SL. 4729, SL. 6025. —29 WANTED AN ACRE, commuting distance from Washington, where I’ll have the lib erty, of parking my trailer home while waiting for OPA to be abolished. I hope to build a house when material is avail able BIRDSALL, Box 124, Washington, 4 D C._29* COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR SALE. HOME AND ESTABLISHED BUSINESS, on j main highway between Wash, and Fred erick, Md.—General mdse, store, fully stocked: also gas tanks, etc.: sales price. $16,000 includes a fully stocked farm 1 store; long lease obtainable at very low j rpnt: a nearby lovely home, modern im provements. 4 bedrooms, bath. h.-w. heat. ! splendid automatic water system, double ' garage: fruit and flowers; poor health of i owner reason for selling: this is a ful-1 fillment to a dream for independence and happiness: very suitable for an experienced store manager or one or two veterans and their families. Write HARRY P. WILLIAMS. Citizens Bank Bldg., Takoma Park. Md. . —26__ FARMS FOR SALE. Montgomery county, md.. 21- miles from Potomac Hunt Club: wonderful view ' of surrounding estates. 202 acres, 136 till able. 65 timber: water on south and west sides of farm. Large stream. 8-rm. house, lights, water, basement; also new house how under construction, will be finished about July 4: 1st floor. 4 rooms and Powder room: 2nd fl.. 4 bedrooms and full bath: fireplace, hot-air heat, bank barn 40x70. modern dairy barn. 40 stanchions; some fruit trees: bldgs, cannot be dupli cated for asking price. Price. $36,950. EUGENE B. GINGELL. 7542 Georgetown rd.. Bethesda. Md. WI. 2022. Mr. Mannar. Rockville 16-W-l. —26 91 ACRES an Leesburg pike, Va.—Wide frontage on Difficult Run; very fertile farmland: substantial 6-room farmhouse; electricity: outbuildings only fair. Price, $18 000. terms. FRENZEL, McLean. Va. ElmwTood 37W. —29 185-ACRE CATTLE FARM in fertile Lou doun County. 28 miles from D. C.—This farm has 25 acres of heavy oak timber, 2 streams, good fishing, excellent grazing land: rest under cultivation: 8-room house with bath, full cellar: frame barn. 3 chicken houses, corn crib and 2 machine sheds: crops do not go with the place: this place is an exceptional buv for $16,000. FREEMAN & SHERBURNE. Vienna 30. —26 FARMS FOR SALE (Cent.) PRODUCTIVE FARM of "06 acres In Va., I within 25 miles of Washington (easy com | muting distance). 8-room stone and frame house with bath, water in kitchen. House over 3 50 years old. Barn and outbuild ings In good condition. Water in all fields. Fenced and. cross-fenced. Good section. excellent neighborhood. This I fa^m has made money for its owner Price, *2.2,500 Phone GE. 70.27. —20 F KLDI.KICK COUNTY—-450-acre dairy farm, cow barn with 40 stanchions ap proved for Washington mill; market, horse stable for 11 head, all necessary outbldes.; 12-room stone residence, built in 1709 and remodeled in 19.20. formal garden. .2 tenant houses: .2.2 miles from Washington. For particulars and appt., call WINFRED S. PICKENS. NO. 7140. —28 MONTGOMERY COUNTY. MD.—On fine State rd,. 100 acres. 8-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 $100 per acre; price. ! $10,500. H. H. CARTER, 01.2 15th st. i n.w. NA. 4 178: eves., AD. 4.2,29. —28 SMALL FARM with 8 acres of rich tillable ■ soil—5-room frame house, chicken house land other outbuildings. Electricity. Phil Ras and well water. Cash required, $4. 000. bal. on terms. AL BAKER & SON. Realtors. 024 King st., Alex.. Va. Phone ALex. 0044. TE. 7:'>4.2. Open Sundays. —20 i ONE OF THE BETTER Montgomery County tMd.) farms of 280 acres with a beautiful view' of the Blue Ridge Mountains—This farm has 240 acres in cultivation and 40 acres in woodland; all farm equipment, cattle, horses, hogs and chickens are in cluded: the recently modernized mas'er house with center hall has a 27-ft. living room, dining room, library, electric kitchen and dinette combined, glassed-in norch and ’ • bath on first floor; 4 bedrooms, 2 dressing rooms, glassed-in room and 2 baths on second floor: kitchen has 6-ft. Kelvinator. double sink, and walk-in «lec tric refrigerator; the house, which is fur nished. has hot-water heat, good cellar and many other attractive features; there are a servant s hou; e, barn and other out buildings. Phone Mrs. Gregory or Bill Wicker for appointment. WA. 181!). pvp nin?s. OL. 227.2, with O. B. ZANTZINORR, Jr , Rpal Estate. —2(1 I \ MILES from Chain Bridge—50 acres of fertile farmland. 0-room house, barn, corn crib, implement shed, chicken house and hog house, on good road, school bus; $12,750. FREEMAN & SHERBURNE. 'Phone Vienna .20. —26 COUNTRY ESTATE—Modern brick house. 7 rooms and 2 baths, located on a knoll overlooking beautiful valley; swimming Pool almost completed. 15*2 acres of clear land. 2*2 miles from Vienna on good road; this handsome estate must be seen to be appreciated; $.21,500; convenie. t terms. FREEMAN A: SHERBURNE. Vienna .20. —26 .2 4 ACRES. 6-room house, near Herndon, Va.: 20 acres in wheat; price, $2,674. RAY BARNEY. Vienna 218. —29 GOOD FARM LAND. 107 acres. 1 Vu miles from Manassas, Va.: 8-room house with electricity, bath, cas stove, full basement: coal h.-w.h.: house on high elevation with shade trees in frbnt: 28 miles from D. C. Priced at $16,000. RAi BARNEY, Vienna 218. —29 82-ACRE FARM near Herndon, Va.: new house. 5 rooms and bath; barn, 20x60. 15 stalls: machine shed 20x00, other outbuild ings. 17 acres in wheat, balance in Riass; a good buy for $12,125. RAY BARNEY, Vienna 218. —29 ani-Atttt MUIR rAKM located on Broad Run in Loudoun Co., Va., 290 acres clear. 120 acres in timber, approximately 15.000 1 ft. white oak; all necessary farm machin ery. including New Holland pick-up baler. 'International-H tractor. Ford-Ferguson [tractor with all attachments, new grain drill. Hammermill, 5 cows. 1 bull. 4 horses; Colonial-type home, frame construction with 9 rooms. 0-room frame tenant house; barn 33x66: machine shed 36x36: 2 tool houses. 15 tons of lespedeza hay; approxi mately 200 tons of hay to cut this year; price, $40,000: $20,000 cash. RAY BAR NEY. Vienna 218. —29 200 ACRES. 8-room frame house, bath, electricity; stream: all usual farm build ings: Chester loam soil; excellent stock cattle farm: located on paved road. 23 miles to D. C. Price, $23,000: terms. J. E. KELLY, agent, or E. L. Hurley. Bro sius Bldg., Rockville, Md. Phone 633. 17 4 ACRES. 9-room house, bath, electric ity; nice shade: bank barn, other usual farm buildings; excellent land, mostly under cultivation; stream: paved road; 23 miles to D. C. Price. $30,000: terms. J. E. KELLY, aaent. or E. I,. Hurley, Bro sius Building. Rockville. Md. Phone 633. 189-ACRE DAIRY FARM, 7-room house, electricity, bank barn. 27 cow stalls, other usual farm buildingo; shipping Baltimore market: 160 acres under cultivation and in pasture; 29 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. Hurley, Brosius Building, Rockville. Md. Phone 633. 123-ACRE FARM in fine state of cultiva tion, 70 acres cleared, rest in umber, all new outbuildings, good iarge dwelling and orchard; for immediate sale by owner. N. S. RONQUEST, Silver Spring. Spotsylvania. Va. —30 HELM REALTY CO.—16 acres, all fenced. 8-room modern brick home, nice shade, large orchard: substantial cash. For full information call Overlook 0534. —39 MOUNTAIN VIEW FARM, near Warrenton, Va. 485 acres of beautifully rolling land, bounded on 2 sides by a swift trout stream: spring wrater every field: fine old Colonial stone house, a favorite stopping place for famous Confederate ! generals, often visited by a former Presi dent of the United States: a profitable farm now grazing over 3 00 head of cattle with no purchased feed required: spacious barns and outbuildings, good fences; on a good State highway: a gor geous view of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Sky Line drive. Only $28,000. RALPH CRAIN. CH. 3259. OX. 2191. FARM BUILDINGS and 135 acres of land for sale, in the heart of Green Mountain in Northern Vermont, approximately 100 mi. from Canada and 20 mi. lrom city. Equipped with electricity and running water, also tractor and farm eouipment. No stocks: $7,000. Box 56-G, Star. GENTLEMAN’S ESTATE, with investment possibilities: over 400 a . with attractive old Colonial home of 31 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; beautiful 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. —*»« BARGAIN—SO acres. ^S.OOO: $4,000 cash required as down payment: will assume 1st trust on balance: located between Manasas and Dumfries at Independent Hill. Va : electricity in 3 bldgs.: cinder block house and barn combination building. glass front, cement foundation. 4-in. cork lined, ana 1 frame barn; well 217 ft. deen. 200! ft. 6-in. casing: about. 25 acres cleared, balance in timber: this place was used as a summer home. See owner. TUTTLE. 275 1st st. n.e.. Wash.. D. C. Building worth more than price asked. 26* NEAR MANASAS, about 29 miles lrom D. C.—175 acres, 25 in good timber, bal- ! ance cleared and fenced. Modern 1-room; house, excellent, out-buildings. 99 acre1? in hay. 36 acres in wheat: price, $29,999 j with SI ,509 in cash. REAL ESTATE service, INC., Lee hwy., at Glebe rd., GL. 0501. —29 FIVE ACRES, about 7 or 8 miles from Silver Spg.—2-story, 5-room frame house with well and elec.: few small bldgs.: store handy: $7,500. half cash. R. P. RIPLEY, SH. 7539. (Sun. and eves., DU. 4200, Ext. 404. Mr. Bogardus.) —28 NEAR OLNEY. MD.—A 5-acre place just over the line into* Howard County: frame house of 3 rooms, bath and elec., deep well with elec, pump, small barn and or chard; bldgs, in fine shape: $7,500, half cash; would make a dandy retreat ior city people. R. P. RIPLEY. SH. 7539. (Sun. and eves., DU. 4200, Ext. 404. Mr. Bopardus.) —29 FAIRFAX COUNTY FARM—This well-kept farm of 118 acres is marked by produc-! five land and up-to-date farm buildings. About 65 acres in alfalfa, clover, and blueerass, with the balance wooded, in cluding considerable valuable timber. There are 1J springs on the farm and it is bordered by a picturesque creek. The; house sits in a grove of trees back from the road on a hill and has 6 rooms, bath, elec., range and refgr. The outbuildings include 2 tenant houses with elec., a sub-: s:antial barn built in 1942 and with 221 stanchions. 2 other barns, machine shed, j dairy house and chicken house. A deep drilled well supplies water to the house I and most outbuildings 20 miles from Washington. Price. $22,000: J3 down j Exclusively with MASON HIRST. Annan dale. Va.. at the end of Columbia pike. Phone ALex. 5812. Closed Sundays. —28 CLOSE-IN businessman’s farm, 4 mi. from Rockville Courthouse. Mont. Co., Md.— Only 19 mi. from White House. 369 acres rich Chester loam soil in very high state of cultivation. 100 acres in heavy blue grass sod. Watered by Rock Creek. 100 acres in good saw timber. Main 9-room brick dwelling, about 100 years; 2 good tenant houses, complete set outbldgs., incl. 40-cow modern dairy barn. Priced to settle estate. $60,000, $30,000 cash, bal. 10 years JOHN A. BRICKLEY. ex clusive agent. SL. 5533. —29 VACANT—250 acres near Waldorf, between present S. Capitol st. bridge and Morgan town bridge. 6-room farmhouse, 2 to bacco barns, 100 acres tillable, balance timber. Cheap for quick cash sale. OWN ER, SL. 5533. —29 10 ACRES near Colesville. Md.: modern 4 bedroom country home, with large shade trees, screened porch, oil heat, large living room, fireplace. 2V2 baths, master bedrm.. bath, shower, with fireplace, lge. walk-in closet: full basement, laundry tubs. 2 fruit compartments for canned fruits, 1 Kel vinator freeze box: tenant house for gar dener and caretaker; nice barn for 3 cows, 2 horses; poultry houses for 300 layers, hoghouse for 25 hogs, dog kennel with 4 runs; 1 large cold-freeze unit will pack 3 steers; large garden planted, strawber ries, fruit trees; property all nicely fenced, outdoor barbecue fireplace, ideal for en tertaining; everything cozy: will take $12. 500 to handle: possession on July 5. JOHN BURDOFT. Colesville, Md. Call Ashton (Md.) 2846. —3 ADVERTISEMENT. . ( W£/VT TO WF/TE \ V. SOMEFOMS/VCE Y /// T/VEFE, FET? ( TFE/V FEFE'S £ £E£0. Tmas&fMfK <?PM?/c/w'r I C//VD££S£AA/£> ft /r/rsArz/t r > 1 £V£/?y i jwxymsr * PEXSP/MT/M, MM. USE AtOMrc? I <tMXP you* 30 SECONDS EOR MOM, TRE/VA DATE mm d/or... /'/./. TE/L yoo a soar /TiATER /(l?/ D/ARy/ /'' y /CM/VYDO^F TOHMSeCF: 1 f w/moc/r F /wdicahY Ill • Mum’s quick, safe, sure—harmless to skin and fabrics. Product of Bria tol-Myera IAKM THI ODOR OUT OF KRSPIRATION _FARMS FOR SALE. :tO Ml. OF D. C.» 1 mile off Route 340— 103-acre stock farm; stream through meadow, well, 4 springs, old house, 6 rooms; new galv. roof. elec, at door. Price, *8,500. OWNER. SH. 4.150. —30 MONTGOMERY COUNTY, central part— 00-acre farm. 7-room house with bath and furnace, real good bain and everal other bldgs., well-kept apple orchard: 00 acres under cultivation, balance pasture: a i fine location and all in good shape; $15, |750. R P RIPLEY. SH ^530. <Sun. and .eves., DU. 4300, Ext. 404. Mr. Bogarclus.) !_ _ _ —30 EQUIPPED 140-acre cattle farm; Army officer moving to Va.: close in. a beauty, all lenced. 3 streams, 3 springs, 7-room house with bath, all outbuildings in good repair; slock, machinery, hay; everything | goe *. Frederick Co. dairy farm. 330 acres. .‘15 stanchion barn: have been shipping to Washington: 8-roojn house witn bath; lovely tenant hou.se. 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, 3 houses, one with water, electricity, bath, heating plant; 30 acres in bearing apple orchard: apples, peaches, cherries; farm equipment all included, including chickens. landscapers, attention; 370-acre farm. 300 acres in bluegrass; this farm ironting on high road with 3 tenant houses; has springs and streams: about 30 acres in woodland; ideal cattle farm; 35 miles out: $150 per acre. Dog kennel, on hwy.; o acres with 4 bedroom country home, all modern *ith fireplace; new dog kennels with wire and concrete floors, garage and 3 box stalls for horses or cows; fruit trees, plenty oi lovely shade, with 3 streams; on busline JOHN BURDOFP, Colesville, Md. Call Ashton (Md. > 384t>._— _FARMS WANTED. I)0('TpR. retired, wants farm or acreage for subdivision lor investment; on hignwav:, will pay all cash: MonttAjmery Co., no far- ; ther than 30 miles lrom District line. WI. 3i>< 1. <003 Conn, ave < —38 , SMALL FARM, improved or unimproved, within J50-mile rad; is of Washington. D. C. by retired Govt, employe. Please describe lolly. Write JOHN SAGAN, P. O. Box 1Q7. Arlington. Va 36* _LEGAL NOTICES.__ H. CLAY ESPEY. Attorney for Plaintiff*. Filed May 24, 1040. Charles E. Stewart, Cl rk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States lor the District of Colum bia.—FERD E. CARTER. ROBERT G. CAR TER. WALTER E. CARTER. WILLIAM G. CARTER. Jr.. CATHERINE CARTER PEN NINGTON. Plaintiffs, vs. CORNELIA P. GRADY, C. E. MACKEY et aI., Defendants. —Civil Action No. 34534.—ORDER OF PUBLICATION.—The object of this suit is to obtain a judgment that a promissory note payable to deiendant C. E. Mackey dated March 30, 1023. made by William G Carter, Deceased, promising payment of $3,000.00 on or before three years alter its date with interest at tl'.o per annum is presumed paid under tiie common law presumption of payment after lapse ol twenty years alter due date, and that the deed of trust dated March 30, 1023. re corded March 31, 1023, in the oflice of the; Recorder of Deeds for the District of j Columbia in Liber 4883. at folio 55, one of the land records of the District of I Columbia, signed by said William G. Car- j ter and Margaret J. Carter, his wile, con- I veying Lot 287 in Square 1004 in the! District ol Columbia, improved by prem ises 1218 G Street. Northeast, to Ernest H. Daniel and Walter A. Johnston, both now deceased, as trustees, to secure pay ment o' the said note, which deed of trust remains unreleased of record, is no longer a lien against said real estate, in order that sale of said property by plain tiffs to defendant Cornelia P. Grady may be consummated free and clear of the lien of said note and deed of trust. On motion of the plaintiffs, it is this 24th day of May A.D. 1940. ordered that the defendant cause his appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days, occurring after the day of the first publication of this order: otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default; Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks in The Evening Star and The Wash ington Law Reporter before said day. (S.) JENNINGS BAILEY. Justice. (Seal.) A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E STEW ART. Clerk. By CLARA F CONNELL. Deputy Clerk. my2H.je4.1l. MICHAEL .1. LANE. Attorney, Columbian Bldg. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Colum bia. Holding Probate Court.—In re. Estate of Joseph J. Shechy. Deceased,—Admin istration No. 154,24 2.—ORDER NISI—' Margaret Dooley, administratrix of the estate ol Joseph J. Sheehy. deceased, hav ing reported to the Court that pursuant; to decree passed in the above-entitled cause, she has sold said decedent’s real estate, to wit; lot 51 in square H22. 1m-! proved by premises 30 K St. N.W., to John D Neumann for the sum of six thousand five hundred dollars ($0,500.00) all cash, subject to broker's commission of $325., under the terms and conditions set forth in said report, it is by the Court this 24th day of May. 1040. Adjudged. Ordered and Decreed. That the said sale be and is hereby ratified and confirmed by the Court, unless cause to the con trary be shown on or before the 13th day of June. J94B: provided a copy of this order be published once in the Washing- i ton Law Reporter and once in the Evening Star at least ten days prior to said last mentioned date. JESSE C. ADKINS, justice. (SealJ A True Copy. Attest: VICTOR S. MERSCH. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate1 Court. JOSEPH II. FREEHILL. SCHOFNE, FREEHILL. KRAMER A FAN ELLI, Attorneys, for Petitioners. Jill K Street, Northwest. Washington 6, D. C. Filed May 24, 1940. Charles E. Stewart.1 Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Colum- i bia.— in Re: Application of Herman Sapatkin and Miriam Lerner Sapatkin. 4071 Minnesota Avenue. N.E.. Wash ington, D. C. — For Change of Name. —Civil Action No. 35028.—ORDER.—Her man Sapatkin and Miriam Lerner Sapat kin. having filed a petition for a judgment changing their names to Hi Sanders and Meri Lerner Sanders respectively, and hav ing applied to the Court for an order of publication of the notice required by law in such cases, it is by the Court this 24th day of May 15*46. Ordered that all persons concerned show cause, if any there be. on or before the 22nd day of June. 1940. j why the prayers of said petition should not , be granted: Provided that a copy of this, order be published once a week for three; consecutive weeks before said dav in the Evening Star and the Washington Law Reporter. <S ) JENNINGS BAILEY. Jus-1 t'ce. (Seal.) A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E STEWART. Clerk. By CLARA F. CON NELL. Deputy Clerk. my28Je4,11, ROBERT R. FAULKNER. Attorney DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED Slates for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No 00.947. Administration.—This is to Give No tice: That the subscriber of the Slate of Texas has obtained from the Probate! Court of the District of Columbia, letters1 of administration on the estate of Bruce A. Low. late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit tne same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 1 iUh day of March. AD. 1947: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 22nd day of Mav. 1 940. SAM D. W. LOW. 940 Shoreham Bldg (Seal! Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the District of Co lumbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. my28,.ie4,l 1. L. H. WOOLSKY, Attorney, ~‘i<> Jackson Place. Wash., D. C. Filed May 24. 1940, Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Colum bia.—John W. Davis, et al.. Plaintiffs, vs. ! Dolores Esperanza Corporation of Maine, Dolores Mine Company of Maine, LaDura Mill & Mining Co. of California, El Ravo Mines Co. of Maine. Creston-Colorado Co. of Ohio, et al.. Defendants.—Civil Action No. 92,012.—The object of this suit is to secure the appointment of a receiver for funds now held by the Treasury Depart ment of the United States lor the defend ant Corporations; to secure a lien upon the said funds in favo- of the plaintiffs: and to make the remainder available for those entitled to receive them. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 24th day of May. 1946, ordered that the defendants cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day, exclusive of Sundays and legal holidays, occurring after the day of the first publication of this order; otherwise the cause will be PToceeded with as in ca&e of default. Provided, a copy of this order be pub lished 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. _my28.je4,l 1._ HYMAN COOPER, Attorney, 9902 Davis Place N.W. Filed May 24, 194(5, Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Colum bia.—In Re Application of Hyman Cooper for Change of Name.—Civil Action No. 25012.—Hyman Cooper, having filed a complaint for a judgment changing his name to Hylan Cooper and having applied to the Court for an order of publication1 of the notice required by law in such cases, it is, by the Court, this 24th day of May. 194(5, Ordered that all persons concerned show cause, if any there be, on or beiore the 22d day of June, 194(5, why the prayers of said complaint should not be granted: Provided, That a copy of this order be published once a week for three consecutive weeks before said day in The Evening Star and The Washington Law' Reporter. (S.) JENNINGS BAILEY. Justice. (Seal.) A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By ELEA NOR E. JOBE, Deputy Clerk. !_LEGAL NOTICES jConl.) _ T. STANLEY HOLLAND, Attorney. DISTRICT COURT OF THU UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 00,9:41, Administration.—This Is to Give No tice: That the subscriber ot the District of Columbia has obtained from the Pro bate Court of the District of Columbia, letters leslamentary on the estate of Harold J. Taltavull. late of Ihe District of Columbia, deceased. All persons hav ing claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the -JOth day of May, A.D. 1947: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit ol said estate Given under ils hand this , flay of May. 1940. AMERICAN SE o™£EY TRUST CO. Bv EARL G. JON SCHER. Assistant Trust Officer. (Seal ( At test THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills lor the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court._ _mrIH.le4.il. HARRY J. MAGINMS. FRANCIS J. " KELLY, Attorneys, Munsey Building. Filed May fi4, 194(4. Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States tor the District ot Colum bia —ANGELINA HARKLEROAD. "17 R tl„ne. Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH H. HARKLE ROAD c/o General Delivery. Raleigh. N. C , Defendant.—No. :!4-4<SO.—The object of this suit is for an absolute divorce on the ground: of voluntary separation: from bed and board for five consecutive years with out, cohabitation. On motion of ihe plain tiff. it Is this "4th day of May. 194H, ordered that the defendant. Joseph H. Harkieroad, cause his appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days. occurring after the day of the first publication of this order; otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three succes sive weeks in the Washington Law Re porter. and the Washington Evening ' Star’’ before said day. (S.i JENNINGS BAILEY. JustiC. . (Seal j ALt-sl: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By ELEANOR E. JOBE. Deputy Clerk. my"K,.ie4,l 1 _AUCTION SALES. __" TOMORROW. \I)AM A WESCTILER A SON, Auctioneers. —Attractive sale of new and used electri cal equipment and supplies, new fluorescent and other lighting fixtures; ventilating, pedestal, exhaust and window fans, fire extinguishers, fluorescent desk lamps, elec tric heaters, door chimes, new fan replace ment motors, soldering irons, serving sets, electric trains and accessories, erector sets, novelty toys, door checks, lock sets, hacksaws, pliers, screwdrivers. wireN pad* locks, door stops, motor tools, portable electric drill, metal bins, shop equipment, etc. By auction «t Weschler’s. JH)5 "E’' st. n.w. tomorrow. Wed., May JO a m Inspection today._ _ ZEI) L. WILLIAMS, Auctioneer—Auction at Smiths Storage Warehouse, 010 S st. nw, Wednesday evening, 7;:jo pm. (Please note this Is a night sale. Something new in Washington s auctions.) Furniture and household effects of all kinds, suites and odd pieces, including Colonial mahogany antique sideboard. Victorian marble-top tables, old chest of drawers, carved chairs, odd dressers, beds complete, chairs of various kinds, tables of many sizes, bed ding. porch furniture, pictures, china, glassware, odd pieces, bric-a-brac, lot of other good and bad furniture. Special attention, old Chickering square grand rosewood case piano, in splendid Condi- i tion. Terms of sale: Cash and prompt removal required. For any detailed in formation. call the warehouse office, NO. _PROPOSALS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the Purchase Section. National Bureau of Standards. Washington. D. C.. until 2 p.m., June 7. 3 946, and then publicly opened for restoring and repairing the east end of Kiln Building at the National Bureau of Standards, in accordance with plans and specifications which may be obtained from the Purchase Section. Na tions 1 Bureau of St an d ards._— 2 h COMMISSIONERS: Washington. D. c7, May 27, 194*5. Sealed proposals will be received at Room 509 District Building until 2 o'clock p.m. and then publicly opened as follow?: (a) On June 6. 3 94*5 * 1 ) repairing asphaltic pavements and concrete bases with about 2.00** cubic yards cement concrete base and about 2..-><**» tons of asphaltic materials «east section) and *2) repairing about 3,5*)** cubic yards cement concrete roadwav and alley pavements and about 10,000 square yards of cement concrete sidewalks and *b> On June 7, 1946 *1) repairing as phalt pavements and concrete bases with about 2.000 cubic yards cement concrete bases and 2,500 tons of ssphaltlc ma terials (west section) and (2) furnishing about 6.**00 tons of bituminous concrete mixture or alternate._—1 _MONEY TO LOAN. HOME LOANS—Low monthly payments. including_principal. Interest and taxes. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS A LOAN ASSOC.. 610 I.3th at n.w Dl. 2370. MONEY ON SECOND TRUST — We will buy second-trust notes. D C . nearby Md. or Va Reasonable rates NATIONAL MORTGAGE A INVESTMENT CORP.. 1312 N. Y are n.w National 6833. BROKERS. ATTENTION! We buv 2nd trust notes on D. C„ Md. and Va. houses and farms FULTON R GORDON. 142T Eye st n.w. DI 5230 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: nearb'- Maryland, Virginia or D C. property. THE AMERI-1 CAN CO . SO? 15th. NA. 8032 MORTGAGE LOANS, 4*7 Interest. Prompt service. MOORE A HILL CC.. 804 17lh st. n.w 1st TRUST LOANS on real estate, low rates, terms or monthly payments, p. j. WALSHE. INC.. 1115 Eye st n.w.. NA. 04RR MONEY WANTED. 33 000. lst-TRUST NOTE, 5 per cent. le cured on lst-commercia! nroDerty in D C HARRY DREISEN or MURRAY CO.. NA. 7206 or TA. R902. —09 CHATTEL TRUST NOTE, approx. SI4.000. good security, payable monthly O^c. sale at discount. Bex 114-J. Star. 2fi* FIRST DEED OF TRUST NOTE—Owner will sell, $8,750, S'? interest, amortized at $7.50 per M: well secured on valuable D. C. real estate. Call RE. 0493. EM. R315_—oil _AUTO PAINTNG. AUTO PAINTING — Complete Job. $36 up work guaranteed. GILBERT, 4102 Pa ave. evt s e. LI. 3539 _TRAILERS. NEW AND USED house trailers on 12 to I 24 month terms. Metal luggage trailers Painting and repair service: alco acces ivories._Cash for your trailer. RICHTER: TRAILER SALES. Route 1. Berwyn. Md 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 all makes of trailers. We have in stock a complete line of the following accessories: Beds, stoves. Vene tian blinds, hitches, helper springs, etc. i Goodyear 6-ply 7.50x16 tires to flt most trailers and Cadillac. Packard. Buick and Chrvsler cars. If you are interested in sell-: in*r your trailer for cash, call Mr. Ladd at W0 3231 for the best possible price.! AMERICAN TRAILER CO.. INC., 4030 Wis. ave. n.w., WO. 3232. Open until 9 p.m. FOR RENT—5-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. CMC BUS, good tires, running condition: makes ideal trailer; $295. LI. 4139. —26 ZIMMER 1941 model 27-foot house trailer, tandem wheels, electric brakes, with an nexed frame living room addition equipped with fluoiescent lights, size 8 by 16 feet. Will sell as a unit for cash. Possession June JOth. May be seen after 5 p.m. Sun day and week days at Lot No. 51. Park drive, SPRING BANK TRAILER PARK, on U. S. Route No. 1. South of Alexandria <directly across highway from Pen-Daw Hotel). 28* G.M.C. 1941 tractor and trailer. Lowboy, 12-ft. stake body. Will sell for reasonable price. Ashton 2833. —2 CUSTOM BUILT, one-wheel trailer. 4x7 ft., varnished 5 ply, unfolds for sleeping cabinet with small icebox, waterproof canvas cover, ideal for camping, complete with car attachment: price $150.. Call CO. 3314. • THREE NEW TRAILERS. »'4-ton: two 900x 16 tires: suitable for boat, air compressor or heavy duty luggage trailer: less than OPA “as is" ceiling. JAMES N. CRAIG. 366 L st. s.w. NA. 4198. —29 LUGGAGE TRAILER. practically new. 7.00-16 tires; 4x8: has stake type body; price. $125. GE. 3944. —2 MOTORCYCLES. SEBV1CE on all makes and models: plenty of tires in stock, full line of chrome accessories: cylinder reboring service. A few good used machines in stock. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SALES. 011 9th st. n.w., RE. 0911. ARIEL A. J. S., Matchless. Norton and Triumph motorcycles; new. Immediate de livery on some models BRITISH MOTOR CYCLE SALES, 2014 M st. n.w,. RE. 6073. _»> GARAGES FOR SALE. FACTORY Bl'ILT. sizes 12x30 and 20x20 STRAND BUILT overhead doori. Easy terms Immediate delivery Visit our dis play of models L109 Jefferson Davis hwy.. Arlington, Va Open 9 e.m to 9 p.m,. Sun day and holidays, or phone JA. 2104 GARAGES, wood or steel frame, concrete floor, insulated, fireproof, plain or over head doors, sizes I. 2, 3 car capacity, and steel mill bldgs, sold on easy terms. Cali for estimate. DUPONT IRON WORKS. 1160 18th st. n.w.. NA. 3766. —3 __GARAGES WANTED, 7-CAR GARAGE, n.e. section preferred: must have electricity. FR. 3107 anytime. WANT IMMEDIATELY—Garage, suitable for auto repair shop: any reasonable rent, grefer n.e. FR. :jj07_anyttme._—39_ _GARAGES FOR RENT. PRIVATE BRICK GARAGE. .8x33 FT electricity and water: rear 730 7th st s e.: *13 mo. TR. 0079. Apply 719 8lh st. s.e. "(j SPACE FOR « OR 7 TRUCKS. 350o'»th st. n.e. Telephone Ml. 9.731. MR. WIL LIAMS. —;id GEORGETOWN. 33rd st. between O and P 4-brick narages._al.sq_4 si udio. ME. 30.79. _AUTO TRUCKS FOR SALE. CHEVROLET 1940 dump truck, good con *£; TR. 0035. —39 t**®*APLane "30 pane): excellent tires J.n.fl,,c£flil.,,lon OP A ceiling. *379. HAZLETON MOTORS, 6001 Branch ave s.e. SP. 0814. _3U li-TON OPFN. weapons carrier with'cab and body covered: cheap. Call NO 0300, HARRY or VINCE, after Sam. _"7 TWO J3-FT TRUCK BODIES, van type, *75 each. One 10-ft. truck body, insu lated for refrigeration. $300. All in good condition. Call MR. SASSCER, DI. 3413. FORD TRUCK, 1020. 3 Va-ton, long wheel base, stake body; *250. within OPA ceiling TE. 6607. 111 Yale drive, Alex , Va __—26 \ I Oil i^-TON DODGE pickups. .1 1041 command cars. 1 lVa-ton GMC stake. 1 2Va-ton 10-wheel GMC (stake). 2 heavy-duty equipment trailers (cheap). 1 2v'i-Xjard dump body. 1 complete power winch (5 tons). RICE MOTORS. J 800 Bladensburg rd. n.e. Closed Sundays. All trucks guaranteed. _ __20* ARMY SURPLUS TRUCKS by Central McT tort*.C(L- *uthori*ed GMC truck dealers ioS4takwesir2,/a‘,t0n GMC- 6x4 and 6x6s, n-ft. bodies. 1 04?! Chev. 3 Vj tons. rractor-traller unit — 1042 Chevrolet nactor, '*-ton Gramm trailer, new con dition. 1042 White model WA 126. air brakes. tioRoger. lowboy, 45-ton; excellent condi New semitrailers. 25 ft. flat. 8 ft. wide witn sides. 11.00x20 tires, air brakes; *800 under new cost. Vans—2Va-ton GMC 104 2 Po!e line trucks—1 Ford. 1 GMC, com plete with booms. new*n$350i1o ,0aif' lnsu’-»,«d: fc“e Jeen trailers. Va ton. 600x16 tires. CENTRAL MOTOR CO., .2143 Lee hwy . Arlington. Va. Daily and Saturdays. N to 0; Sunday, 10 to 2. CH. 7000. OX. 0552. To reach: Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn right at circle onto Lee hwy (Route 211 or 20). drive 1y, miles. _AUTO TRUCKS WANTED. FULL RETAIL PRICE paid lor your slake, pickup or panel truck: any make, anv model: all cash. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. AD. 8344. ACT TODAY! Get that big price for your truck, panel, station wagon or car. any make, any model. Call Lou Allen. MI. 0181. or drive to ' PARKWAY. 3051 M st. n.w._—:;i AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE~ VETERAN, white, desires general hauling, large stake body, day or night; reasonable. FR. 8260, Extension 72, after 5 p m. —20 1916, l^s-TON stake-body truck, depend able 24-hour service with driver: day or cont ; low rates. TA. 5870. RA 2435. —29 CALL SHARKEY for your local hauling, clean. 1 Va-ton stake-body trucks. Phone EX. 9680; night, RA. 4808. —3 VETERAN has large Reo stake-body truck for hire; local, long distance. TA. 0051 or DI. 9871. VAN TRUCKS, large or small fobs: experi enced help, prompt service; reasonable rates; veteran. TA. 2937. 29* AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS. NEW-TYFF 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 Irving 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 nriced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO . 1437 Irving st. n.w . AD. 8500. Wash ington’, Largest Pontiac Dealer PONTIAC OWNERS. ATTENTION! We have fust received a large shipment of good quality seat covers in popular colors. They will also fit other models of Genera! 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 A; CO., iy40 Montana ave n.e.. PR. lf»4o MOTOR SCOOTER. 1946 Cushman, model 5.i-A. and sidecar: in perfect condition tires very good Cali SL 3180 —26 AUTO. SEAT COVERS—New. blue and red plaid sailcloth, fit large 4-dr. sed. 1937 ’40. cost $10.95: will sell lor best offer. EMERSON 8089. 28" FENDER AND BODY WORK—Overheated radiators cleaned on your car promptly. ROBERT HERSON AUTO EXCHANGE. 72 Florida ave. n.e. MI. 7100. —3 AUTO SAFETY GLASS installed, new and used parts, grills and rebuilt transmis sions. ROBERT HERSON AWIO EX CHANGE, 72 Florida ave. n.e. MI 7100. HARLEY - DAVIDSON 1940 "fll". Over head: excellent condition: sale or trade 23.„car- Evenings. 600 Albemar'.e st. ENGINE BLOCK. Chevrolet 1931. Phone RE. 6131. Ext. 215. —30 WATCH. 21 jewel, Hamilton railroad: 3 w-heel Harley-Davidson delivery motor cycle. stodlo couch, yacht Tomollna. GRE GORY S YARD. _820_M a i n e_a v e. s.w. —2!1 automobiles for sale. BUICK 1941 ‘'90'’ Limited 7-passenger sedan: radio and heater; excellent con dition throughout. Warranty price. $2, 850. Trade, terms, cash. PARKWAY, 3051 M st n.w. MI. 0181. CHEVROLET 1936 sedan; good motor; $225, within OPA. Call TR 9630. 1352 H st. n.e. ”»• CHRYSLER 1935 sedan heater: S.775. OPA ceiling: best otter. 1815 16th st. »,* Basement apt. • CROSLEY 1947 station wagon: excellent condition; lust overhauled: warranted ceiling price. $749 MANHATTAN AUTO RADIO CO.. 3706 71n st. n.w. —76 DODGE 1936 four-door: good running con dition: quick sale. $340 cash, within OPA ceiling. 11617 Frederick pi. si, Tues.. 12 to 4:30 p.m. * FORD 1941 taxi. $875: 1941 Plymouth taxi. $879; 19.79 Dodge limousine $747 these caos Rre at "as is." 50 Mass. ave. n.w.. near Union Station. LU. 5418. —79 FORD late 1941 suuer de luxe station wagon: body finish like new. tires aimost new. good motor; $995 and small, clean trade: under OPA ceil. 3408 Sherman ave. FORD 1937 Tudor' perfect rnech. cond . new tires: OPA ceiling, $745. RA 2944 7 to 8:30 p.m. HUDSON ‘‘36" convertible coupe: radio and heater: new paint; excellent condition: within OPA ceiling. $.74:!. HAZLETON MOTORS, 60ol Branch ave. s.e. SP 0814. _76 HUDSON ‘47 super-six 4-door sedan: be low OPA celling; $1,396: a good, clean car. LEEDS MOTOR CO., 5100 Wisconsin ave, OR. 4407. —79 KAISER-FRAZER—Taking orders for these sensational 1947 automobiles. CENTRAL MOTORS CO., 3143 Lee hwy., Arlington. CH. 7000. OX. 0552 LA SALLE 1938 conv. sedan: radio, heater. OPA ceiling: $974. Apt. 102. 1230 Blair Mill rd., Sliver Spring. Md. LINCOLN 1938 7-pass, clean car. with low mileage; excellent rubber, motor over hauled: used* only 2 days as sightseeing car: owner has other business: priced $1,685. below OPA celling. TA. 1847. 29* LINCOLN - ZEPHYR 1837 4-door sedan: heater; good transportation: $550. below OPA ceiling. 3960 Nichols ave. s w Apply 4:30 to 9 p.m. • OLDSMOBILE ‘31 conv. rpe.: very Rood condition, fair tires; $79.7, within OPA ceiling. AT. 6931. • OLDSMOBILE 1936 de luxe coach: runs very good: $490. 1936 Ford coach, de luxe; $265. Both under ceiling. Colum bia 4600, 714 O st. n.w. —30 PACKARD '41 Clipper 4-door: r and h • overdrive: excellent condition; OPA ceii iQR. t$l,T34- trade, terms or cash. LEEDS MOTOR CO.. 5100 Wisconsin ave.: OR 4407. _ PACKARD 3 2 3 938 sport convertible coupe; 6 wheels, equipped with radio, heater and fog lights: new battleship grav finish, new Burbank top. motor overhauled and tires exceptionally good. For that trip to the coast or that vacation this is it Below OPA ceiling price. Our price $2,195 MAYFLOWER MOTORS, INC., 1125 15th st. n.w. —30 PACKARD 1937 8-pass. 4-dr. limousine: a nice family car or nice for transportation good tires, perfect motor; OPA celling'. $1,800; sell for $575. See at 1717 R I ave. n.e. 30* PACKARD 1938 maroon club convertible; radio and heater: $732. within OPA ceil ing. NO. 2169 after 5 P.m. PLYMOUTH 1938 4-door sedan: good motor, radio; $415. within OPA ceiling 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., 4089 Minn. ave. n.e. * PLYMOUTH station wagon 1941; excellent tires, good mechanical condition, guaran teed: $1,225. BENDALL PONTIAC CO, 1611 King st„ Alex., Va. Overlook 1606. —30 STUDEBAKER 1934 President 4-dr. tr. sedan: just passed 1946 inspection; rad:o and heater: good transportation: below ceiling; $375 cash. NO. 4622 alter 6 p m. • STATION WAGON, 1938 Chevrolet, good running condition; tires very good. Call SH. 7989. —:.>6 WILL TRADE 1935 Ford coach, radio and heater, for light pickup truck or sell same for $280. OPA ceiling. Call LI. 6405, between 6 and 8 p.m. * CROSS-WORD PUZZLE —— — HORIZONTAL I Artificial language 4 Resources 9 Room in a harem 12 Filing card projection 13 Revoluntary War general 14 Close-haired dog 15 Gibe 17 Sir Walter Scott hero 19 Stated 21 Great Lake 22 Infernal regions 25 Prince of the apostate angels 28 Prefix: double 29 Outcast 31 Mathematical term 32 French coin 34 Asiatic goat antelope 36 To do 37 Dialect used in sacred writings 39 Fiend 41 Molten lava 42 Meeting 44 Woolen dress fabric 46 Thailand 48 Glided 49 Character in “Julius Caesar” 52 Goddess of peace 55 Poetic: To unclose 56 Beast of burden 58 Swiss river 59 Footlike part 60 Sultan of Turkey 61 Alkaline solution VERTICAL 1 Pronoun 2 Tribe of Israel 3 Fat Answers to Yesterday's Puzzle. [y|i|p I I |s|o|f|a ADO 0 |L |L |A A V £K L 1 L 1. K Y_L EAJ I B T QBd H A r|m|a~ w|i rc hJIIa ram a R I Me l e r I c |a |l . R 0 FMa H E a dMa L I E l« Is' I F OR mMa LAE par tJIa o a i Is R|0|b'e R Tills NOB LLL2. l i t i g a tTe N_A_N_A_ E_V_I_L s_ A_ Y_ 1a |l |e Ic |d|a |r |e |h lu |e 4 Sea soldiers 5 Spanish article 6 Adopted son of Mohammed 7 Glacial snow 8 To entangle 9 Character in ‘Hamlet” 10 Instrumental duet 11 To grow old 16 Nobleman 18 Beaks 20 Deceived 22 Well skilled 23 Substitute in office 24 Withered 26 Pertaining to Peruvian Indians 27 Bristles 30 Wanders 33 Trojan War chieftain 35 Eleventh century English king 38 Cow-headed deity 40 Den 43 Colloquial: Full dress 45 Perfect 47 Kind of slipper 49 Conical mass of yam 50 Simian 51 Sodium chloride 53 No 54 Before 57 Note of scale Points for Parents —By EDYTH THOMAS WALLACE A community group with a common interest can often accom plish what one person alone is unable to do. This n Mr. B.—Our homes in this neigh borhood are too small for recreation rooms, but let's see if together we cannot find a school or other build ing where our teen-agers can gather. Not This VVTT35 1*4». Th* R*CUt*r " J ^^sand Tribune Syndic*!* *<* V> 1^^ ^ XV Mrs. A.—It’s shocking the way juvenile delinquency is increasing, but there isn’t anything we can do about it. The parents are to blame. They should keep their children at home. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (ConM 1911 BUS, passengers, center-aisle model on 195-in. Chevrolet chassis. Equipped with assist rails and stop-signal cords, booster brakes; good appearance, guaranteed mechanically; priced $2,650, below OPA ceiling. CHEVY CHASE MO TOR CO.. INC., 7725 Wis. ave. Phone WI. 1635. —:ut FOR SALE OR TRADE 1936 Buick Road master four-door sedan; r. and h : car in good running condition. OPA low ceiling. *615. Can be seen at ‘.’23 5th si. s.c. after 5 p m. even , or AT. 1981 after 5 p.m. _29*_ 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 Buick 90 model 8-nass. limou sine sedan, r. and h., low mile age _ $2,996 Many others to choose irom. HYATTS VILLB BTJICK UP . WA 4111 AUTOMOBILES WANTED. BUICK. Chrysler, uocge, Plymouth, Olas and Pontiac* badly needed to supply de mand of returning overseas veterans. Kignest prices paid for clean cars. Drive inside our modern parking building lor appraisal or call Mr Miller at EX. 4800 RANDALL MOTORS. INC.. 1150 17th st n n' 'corner 17*8 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 MOTOR Sales. 4 4*;•: Conn. ave. BI'ICKS. 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 4 4 55. Bl'ICK. CHEVROLET or any make car. Will pay highest cash price FLOOD PONTIAC, 4 721 Connecticut. WO. 8400. BUCKS WANTED—1 will pay the hishet cash dollars, any make, any model. WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. a\e. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344 CHEVROLET, late-model, low-mileage car wanted lor personal use. WESTMORE LAND AUTOS. TA. 4700. CHEVROLETS wanted. 1931 to 1930: any condition; spot cash; come to vour home, be smart. ROPER.’ DU. 9705. J* CHEVROLETS—Cash for your car, no red tape SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 25? Carrol! ! st.. Takoma Park. D C . Georgia 3300 ; CHEVROLETS WANTED—I will pay the i highest cash dollars, any make, any model. I WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. 1 CHEVROLETS, ’3t3-’39; will pay top cash price for cars in good condition. WEST i MORELAND AUTOS. TA. 4200. ; CHEVROLET OWNERS, get every dollar 1 your car is worth. EM. 9754. J Dewey | Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 I Conn. ave. : LORDS—Cash for your car. no red tape i SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st. ' Takoma Park. D C.. Georgia 3300 FORD, 1940-1941 or 1947. in good con I dition. lor own use. WESTMORELAND AUTOS. TA. 4700. , FORD OWNERS, get every dollar your car I 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. ave. at 20th st n.e. Adams 8344 j BUICK OWNERS—Get every dollar your 1 car is worth. EM. 9754. Bob Terrett. I Positive transportation may be arranged j while waiting for your new car. CENTRAL MOTORS, 1919 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 newr car. CENTRAL MO TOR SALES. 4432 Conn ave. FORD automobiles wanted. 1931 to 1936. No one would dare pay more than KUPJSK, DU. 97 bo. FORD, 1936-1939. in good condition, wanted at once. WESTMORELAND AUTOS. TA. 4200. NASH CARS wanted for cash or trade on new’ Nash 600 and Ambassadors. Highest prices paid for any make. WILLIAMS & BAKER. INC . Nash dealers, 2819 M st n.w. HO. 8700. —31 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 condition: spot cash: come to you. ROPER pays the best. Call DU. 9765. 1* PACKARD 1942 coupe, excellent condition: trade as part payment 1941 Chevrolet 4 door sedan, with less than 17,000 miles, radio, heater, front seat covers. 5 original crude rubber tires; entire car in .perfect, like-new condition. Sligo 6184. 26* PLYMOUTIIS—Cash for youi car; no ted tape SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 257 Carroll «t. • Takoma Park. D C Georgia 3300 PLYMOUTH convertible coupe. 3 941: will swap for late model sedan; cash differ ences considered. AD. 2363, Ext. 500. 2* PLYMOUTH OWNERS—Get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754, Bob Terrett ! Positive transportation may be arranged i whil* waiting for your new' car. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. BUIC’K OWNERS sell their cars for cash to EMERSON <fc ORME. 17th and M sts. n.w PLYMOUTIIS wanted. 1931 to 1936 “Roper" pays best price: will come to home. “ROPER." DU. 9765. I* PLYMOUTIIS 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. PONTIACS WANTED—I will pay the high est cash dollars, any make, any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. 1. ave. at 20th st n e. Adams 8344. PONTIACS wanted. 1933 to 3 937; any condition: come to your home; spot cash. ROPER. DU. 9765. 1* PONTIAC OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. J. Dewey Rice, CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn, ave PONTIAC OWNERS—It 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 , ad 8500 SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA SER\ ICE. 1126 20th st. n.wv District! 9141 STUDEBAKER 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. FULL RETAIL PRICE PAID for your car. all cash, no checks. Don’t take less. Call Adams 8344. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. SELL YOUR CAR to EMERSON & ORME. 17th and M sts. n.w. Call DI. 8100 for • cash offer. AUTOMOBILES WANTED (ConM \\E WILL BUY your ’3,9, ’40 and '41 Ford. Chevrolet or Plymouth: top ceiling price See Washington's oldest Ford dealer, HILL & TIBBITTS. 1114 Vermont ave. n.w., NA. 98o0. pay ail cash. Write Box 194-0. Star. _ EX-NAVAL OFFICER needs late model car in good condition for job, pay cash, Price r.o object. Phone SH 5343. 30* VETERAN NEEDS any sedan, good con dition. ,1939 or later cash. LI. 9751. 29* AT ONCE. 1.942 Ford or Chevrolet. t.rnr>; pick-up or stake body, 1 or 1 V2-ton; must be in good condition, not to exceed $990 Call MR. ANDERSON. CO. 4119 _^>p 1910 OR EATER MODEL HUICK. Olds r£ev T.J£~„£ora; rash no dealers. Call LT. HORTON, TR. 242 4, Ext. lfi, bet. N a.m. ar.d 11 a m. _*>p FOREIGNER WILL PAY CASH, full OPA ceiling and accessories extra: 1941-'42. ?ond-; sold by original owner. OR. .) , 1 4. wagon wanted by veteran No dealers. EM. (»02t>. VETERAN IN NEED of *36 to '38 model car. ciean and in good running condition Job depends on this; will pay cash; no dealer. ME. 9053. «.-s p m Tues onlv • HIGHEST CASH PRICES lor Chryslers, Buicks, Packards. Cadillacs. Studebakers. Dodges. Piymcuths. Chevrolet?. Call or drive by GENE CASTLEBERRY, lG4l> Be prune rd n.e.. FR. .V.’.TJ. ' FiKRAN in urgpnt need of good used car will ay all cash. Call 0 to 9 p.m.. SL TOP ' for your car at McKee As new-car production increases the price of your car is bound to take a q:g drop. Sell it today to McKee at :o oa> s lop price. Delay is bound to cost you money, so come see McKee today! h a^so give you a priority number to make .ou among the first to get a new pm'Tu,- ^r..',op prices kee McKEE* PONTIAC. IMS L st. n.w. ME 0400 TO (ill lot- CEILING PRICE, call Bob Cook. COOK MOTOR CO.. N H. ave and L n.w.. ME 8824. DI 9520 MAYFLOWER MOTORS. INC., exclusive Lincoln-Mercury dealer—We will buy or trade your car for the highest price. Do not sell before getting cur price Con veniently located at 1125 15te st. nw RE 080.1 EASIl AT ONCE—Top dollar prices at COAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-428 Florida ave. by . AT. 7200. Open evenings. BRING YOUR TITLE and get highest spot cash for your car. WORRELL. MOTOR CO.. li>.*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 S844 WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. A PRIVATE PARTY with a good car call Adams 8-844. I will pay vou a high cash price WILLIAMS AUTO SALES OUT-OF-TOWN CASH BUYERS available, be sure to get their big cash price for i<iu,y£ar.: 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 of condition, make or year, drive in or call hu. 2877. 1717 Rhode Island ave. n.e.. BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO. Open 9am until 9 p.m. fuel CEILING PRICES PAID—Don t sell until you see us: need 100 cars—1930 to 1942 cars: absolutely high cash price If car is paid fqi, will give you cash. If car is not paid for, will pay off balance and difference. BARNES-S ANDERS 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 Ti,SSS?K«.CaiJ!SE* 1111 for appraisal. A* H0^ESJ PRICE for your Plymouth. g°dee. De Soto or Chrysler. SID WELL BORN MOTORS. Chrysler-Plyrr.outh deal ers. 8000 Georgia ave.. SH. 4500. " ANTED FOR CASH any make or modpl tar. iruc-K or station wagon: highest legal prices paid. Phone WI. 16.35—and our buyers will call at your convenience CHEVY _ CHASE MOTOR CO.. Chevrolet nealer. , ,25 Wisconsin ave. n w, WILL PAY CASH for good mil or 1942 coupe or sedan. No dealers. G W SAUTHOFF, GL. 4400. Ext 504 "6* CHRYSLER-PLY MOUTH DEALER will pay the maximum cash price for any desirable car. WHEELER. INC.. 4800-4820 Wis 8 to 6:8°- Closed Sun. VI*/' ATE PARTY: all cash for good '38 or • t.i car. Gen. Motors or Chrysler product needed. Greenbelt 215.3. —26 YETERAN needs 19.77-40 6-cyl. sedan: cash, GE. 5018 after 6 p.m.: Sun., after 1 P.m. o«* VETERAN MUST HAVE CAR to obtain job pay cash for a 4-door sedan- 1 to 1941 mode!. RAY. SL. 2909 —26 VETERAN NEEDS clean, late-model sedan: cash: no dealer. Business hours. RE 4142. Ext. 6449: home. EM. 8515 _•'(! INDIVIDUAL wants, for cash, dependable 19.!0"i9 sedan, any make. Telephone SL. 40S5. 26* WANTED—Modern, clean, used car by naval oflicer. for cash: must be in good mechanical condition. ALex. 6105 26* NAVY FAMILY needs sedan, in excellent condition. ’39 or later. Will pay cash Dupont 1332. •*»; PRIVATE PARTY desire? 1937-'40 *me dium-pnced car, good condition; cash. FOR OWN USE, 19.76 to 1940 lig£t’*or medium size car in Rood condition. Falls Church 810-J-4. £9* A PRIVATE PARTY desires to puicha.se good clean auto for cash from private party. A. N. SHAW. Chestnut 5557. 29* TEXANS IN D. C.—Family needs ’40-*42 model to return to Texas. Full OPA ceil ing. cash. No dealers. HI 10.79 30* VETERAN desires a ’,34. ,75 or ’.36 Ford sedan or coupe; prefer sedan; all cash. North 4198. • VET WANTS ’37-’40 conv. Ph. LI. 5971 after 6:.70. gg* CASH FOR YOUR CAR—Fords. Chevrolets and Plymouths. Phone Atlantic 5800, STEUART MOTORS, 3rd and H sts. n.e. STATION WAGON. 19.79-1942, desperate ly needed in business by veteran Full ceiling price in cash or will trade 1940 Chevrolet convertible, in excellent condi tion. RE. 6700, Ext. 2295, ask for MR. LONG. —2!) LEAVING TOWN, need good, clean, late model car. preferably Dodge or Plymouth convertible. Will pay cash. Call North i EX-ARMY PHYSICIAN needs late model used car. Pay cash. AD. 447.7. 30* NAVY OFFICER has tried for 3 months to buy car. any make; no black market dealers. RE. 7400. Ext. 2006. —.30 EXCHANGE .3 large rooms, furnished, across street Mayflower Hotel, suitable one or two gentlemen, for 1946 car at ceiling. RE. 6700, EX. 6559. • Goren on Bridge Neither side vulnerable. North deals. A A Q 10 K97 0 A Q 10 7 5 A 9 3 A 8 6 2 N A 9 7 4 3 <?2 WE <?AJ54 096 S 0 8432 AAKQ 10 754 A6 AKJ5 VQ 10863 0 K J A J 8 2 The bidding: North East South West 1 O Pass 1 2 A 2 Pass 4 7? Pass Pass Pass Opening lead, king of clubs. From a spectacular standpoint the outstanding hand of the South eastern States championships, held recently in Hollywood Beach, Fla., was contributed by my friend, Dr. J. Gregg Custis of Washington, D. C. The doctor didn’t carry off any of championships buit it seems to me his southward trek would have been justified if for no other reason than the gratification he derived from being the only declarer to fulfill a contract of four hearts on the hand shown above. It was all the more gratifying in that he succeeded where several of the outstanding players of the country had failed to bring home the very same contract. Mrs. Custis in the North opened with one diamond and the response of one heart was strictly routine, as was West’s overcall in clubs. The immediate raise to two hearts is quite proper. The opening hand contains definite values over and above the opening bid and there would be no point in showing that the diamonds were rebiddable when the more important information can be flashed that the hand contains a raise. The leap to four hearts is sound. When it is considered that the king of diamonds is worth an ace the South hand is very nearly the equal of an opening bid. When this is added to North’s opening bid plus it adds up to two opening bids and should yield game. The opening lead was the king of clubs, followed by the queen on which East discarded a spade. A third round of clubs was led and the doctor ruffed with the king in dummy. East did not make it easy by overruffing, but discarded another spade. The nine of hearts was then led and permitted to ride. On the next heart East won with the ace. West showing out. A spade was returned which the declarer won and played three rounds of dia monds. Even though they were high, he ruffed the third round in his own hand, reducing himself to exactly two hearts. He then entered dummy with a spade and led a high diamond, discarding his own good king of spades. With only two cards left in each hand, it mattered not what was now led from dummy, for East had to play one of his trumps and the doctor had but to cover the card played by his adversary. Tomorrow’s Problem. As South vou hold: ♦ A 10 5 t?K72 0 K 9 * K Q J 6 4 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 V Pass 2 * Pass 2 Pass (?> 1 What do you bid now? • Copyright, 1946, by Charles H. Goren.) Take My Word for It By Frank Colby Readers’ Corner. From Mrs. B. E., Oakland: Add these to your collection of curious United States names: In Arizona, Fry, Honeymoon, Jack Rabbit, Roadrunner, Blue, Wide Ruin. In California, You Bet, Blue Nose, Fair Play, Freedom, Weed Patch. In Oregon, Rough and Ready. This column is also interested in unusual personal names. Here are a few from recent fan mail: Don Hundredmark, Mrs. Angus Look around, J. B. Twaddle, Agnes 1 Housekeeper, Scudder D. Gilder sleeve, Phyllis Fillerup. Orlando: My teacher says that it is incorrect to speak of a "con genial person.’’ Will you please explain?—D. B. Answer—The word congenial is formed from con-, “with, to gether,” plus genial, "agreeable, jovial; cheerful.’’ Hence, strictly speaking, congeniality is shared by two or more persons. In other words, if A. is genial, and B. is genial, they are likely to be con genial—"together-genial.” Instead of speaking of a congenial person, it is more logical to use some other adjective, such as: Genial, agree able, pleasant, friendly. From J. T. S„ Houston: Please give the origin of the expression “to make a spiel.” Answer—Spiel is German for "play, game, sport.” The verb spielen (pronounced: SHPEE-len) means, "to play, to act, to per form.” Hence, by extension, to talk or make speeches, or, in the Amer ican vernacular, to sound off. Merriam-Webster's lists the Amer ican use of spiel as "slang.” The origin of spiel is as respectable as hundreds of other German words which are accepted as proper in English usage. LAFF-A-DAY "I was always trying to gues» where my husband was when he was overseas—and since his return I'm doing the same thing!” LETTER-OUT PLATTERS Arouse _ ALIENS pn Actor’s part stinger — Kind ol ring _ LATHER T— Core__ _ ESTATE r^j Seed cover 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 have "Lettered-Out” correctly it * to talk. Answer to Yesterday's Letter-Out. <N) PLATEN-LEAPT (JumpedI. (O) CCLONIES-INCLOSE (to cover). (V) LEVER-REEL (spool). (E) LITHOMARGE - LOGARITHM (math, term). (L) ANVIL-jVAIN (conceited).