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_LOTS FOR SALE (Cont.)
I/OT 130x160, restricted Falls Church sec tion: city sewerage and water; » blocks from bus and shopping; private owner. GL. 4400. Ext. 668. —9 MEADOWOOD. Colesvllle pike, restricted area—2 beautiful lots. 100x150. priced *1.600 ea. CRANE Ac HELAN, SL. 4000. „__—9 LOTS FOR RENT. Walter ogvs, exclusive.-—10,000 sq ft. of industrial land, situated 1 block from main entrance of Navy Yard; SI50 per month. For further information call Allen Ogus. RE 2484. from 9 to 5^ —8 LOTS WANTED. * PAY CASH for lots in D. C or nearby Md. SCOTT SANDERS. TR 7663 SMALL RIVER FRONTAGE, suitable for building, west bank Potomac, between Mt Vernon and Alexandria. Box 8-A. Star. -11 ACREAGE FOR SALE. CHOICE 181* ACRES. 11 miles from D. C . * homesite with supurb views, streams, woods, and fields, just off River rd., near ihe Potomac Hunt; $500 an acre. Phone Rockville 164-W. U CORNER 5 - ACRE wooded tract, with stream; fronts on 2 good roads, ideal spot for an estate. Act quickly. JOHN BUR DOFT, Colesville, Md. Call Ashton. Md., 3846. —10 1-2-3 ACRE TRACTS up; fronting on hard road, leads to Laurel at Mt. Zion church, nr. Highland, Md. E-Z terms. $200 down. $20 per mo JOHN BURDOFT, Colesville. Md.. call Ashton. Md.. 3846. —10 LOCATED JUST OFF LEE HWY.. 1.000 ft. on good all-weather State road. 32 ml. from Washington; 6Va acres of good fertile soil for $750. Just a few left, so act cuickly. Electricity and telephone avail able. Call MR. BROWN. CH. 0542. —0 NEAR chain BRIDGE, on Great Falls road. Va.; 10 acres of wooded land, with Ige. trees; extending from road to beau tiful Pimmet Run; suitable for secluded small estates: priced under the market at *12.000. McCAY & McCAY, Brokers. Glebe 8675. —8 A CHOICE TRACT OF 59 ACRES on Geor gia ave. extended, about 51? miles from Silver Spring. Suitable for subdividing into J-acre lots. Priced at only $600 per acre, on terms. E S PRICE & CO.. ME. 3650 or Pleasant 1231. m —8 IDEAL FOR LOW-COST HOI SING—-101 lots 50x100 ft. at. $297 each; about 2 miles from District line: water available to all sewer to come with plans for a community disposal plant well laid. For further information call Mrs. Leach, GE. 3489. with BEITZELL. DI. 3100. 10 ACRES with entrance on Colesville rd.. opposite Meadow Wood. This property is only 6 miles from Silver Spring shopping t enter. Priced for immediate sale at $500 per acre. CRANE & HELAN. SL. 4000. —H McLEAN. VA.—6V2 wooded acres on Old Dominion dr., priced at $500 per acre. Also other acreage, ranging from 3 to approx. 100 acres, priced from $200 per acre to less than $2,500 per acre Elm wood 322. WM. H. LAUGHLIN, Broker. —10 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—6 mi s. of Alex andria; 3 acres, 300-ft. frontage on Rich mond highway Garber. Owens 6080. —9 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Close-in Lees burg pike: 23 acres, good frontage; rea •sonable. Garber. Owens 6080. —9 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Only 12 miles from Silver Spring: 20 acres of rolling ground; 300 ft. on macadam road. A real buy at $5,600. SL. 3003. —9 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—North Kensing ton; lots and 2.85-acre tract for sale; gas. lights, sewer and water available: a real bargain. —9 ONE ACRE wooded. 3 miles from Annan-; dale. $500 cash. New subdivision. FR. 2008. —9 ON THE POTOMAC—1 36 acres in near by Arl. County nr. Chain Bridge, in a section of estate; 110-ft. frontage on hard surface rd- priced $5,950. GEORGE MASON GREEN CO., exclusive agent, 2840 Wilson .blvd., Arl.. Va. CH. 3838; eves, and Suns . CH. 7096. —9 KENILWORTH, nearby Md.—Large home on 2 acres: 6 bedrooms, study, 2 baths, full basement: includes kitchen and bed room. storage and furnace rooms, largp garden, fruit trees, chicken houses and barn. Call Mr. Williamson, COX &: CO.. DI. 4254. —9 2«> ACRES OF FERTILE LAND, located in North Kensington on paved road. City water available and sewer adjoining. E. S. PRICE & CO., ME. 3650 or Pleasant 1231. —8 LEESBURG PIKE—17 acres, between Falls Church and Tysons Corner, priced at $6,000 Elmwood 322. WM. H. LAUGH LIN. Broker. —12 ZONED APARTMENT, approx. 2 acres, adjacent to Arl. Village: FHa approval; ►ewer and water avail.: nr 10c bus and ►hopping GEORGE MASON GREEN CO . 2840 Wilson blvd . Arl . Va CH. 3838; • ves. and Suns.. GL 6615. —9 RESTRICTED ACREAGE bldg sites, only 8 miles from D. C. line near Clinton. Md. All wooded tracts. Elec . telephone, school bus. mail delivery and water at the prop erty: $400 per acre. Any size you choose. OWTCER. SL 5533. —9 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY — 1.775 acres near Washington. This is a prop erty of many possibilities. It has a his toric old Colonial house capable of out standing restoration. It has about 500 acres of tillable land and may be operated either as a stock or dairy farm. It has •xtended frontage on both primary and secondary roads and is ripe for subdivision. Its rolling hills and sunny meadows are ideal for the laying out of golf courses. For a developer or investor who wants to enjoy gracious Virginia country life within 30 minutes easy drive of downtown Wash ington and who wants a secure investment, sure to increase in value, this tract may be considered unique. We offer it as a whole at $350 per acre To inspect, see MASON HIRST. Annandale. Va . at The end of Columbia pike. Phone Alexandria 5812. Closed Sundays. 14 ACRES IN MARYLAND 17 mi from r> c. all for $2,000 cash or $2,200, terms. Call Warfield 3506. KENSINGTON MD—23a-acre tract all utilities available; clear land, ready to build; lovely trees: close to transportation, churches and schools; $6,000. all-white section. OWNER. WI. 2571. —14 ANT PART OR ALL of 95 beautiful wooded acres ar White Oaks, less than 4 miles from Silver Spring traffic light. Phone SH. 4250 OUT-OF-TOWN REAL ESTATE. HERE'S TOUR VACATION home and a snug fisherman's haven, ideal climate on Florida's Gulf Coast; fertile homesites, 1 to 5 a., fronting or nr. salt water, com munity boat dock privil., hard rd., elec ; titles guaranteed; priced as low as $.'100, S45 down. $15 mo . immed. possession. For beautiful illustrated free booklet write or ph E. J. GRAY, 693 5 Fairfax rd., Bethesda. WI. 4454. —9 FARMS FOR SALE. Y5tj ACRES 'evel land, about hall cleared. 1? miles from new $2,500,000 South Capi tol si bridee, and only a few feel off the new proposed dual highway from South Capitol si. to Morgantown Bridge. An ideal location for an airport. Priced at omy $5<> per acre. I call this a real bargain, because values in the path of the present vast road and bridge improvements in this section are increasing rapidly. Don t be late. OWNER. SL 553.1. —K NEAR ACCOKEEK. MD . just off new State road. 170 ac larm mostly cleared and fenced, water in every field 2 good lob barns, stable. 2-story unimproved s-rm. house Only $10,000: Va cash DAN ABBOTT. Clinton 8 7. —11 LOVELY FARM, between Orange and Cul peper. Va . approximately 85 miles from Washington, consisting of old frame house 200 years old. in good condition, 13 rooms, 1 breakfast porch. 2 other porches. 2n large boxwood 10-ft. high. 50 small boxwood fi ft. high: these boxwoods are direct, from England, house has electricity «nd water, also 6-room tenant house with electricity; 3 barns. 2 in good condition: 5 cornhouse, 1 granary, 1 meathouse. 2 chicken houses. 2 outhouses 330 acres In all. 250 acres in pasture and crop land. 80 acres in timber. This farm is completely fenced Ideal for gentleman's estate Price. $35,000. Terms Call Mrs Par.nill, with C. A. METZLLR. Glebe 6503. or DI. 8600 MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 30 miles from P C : 311 acres gently rolling Chester loam soil; ir. very high state of cultivation 6-rm. frame dwelling, water and elec *ood tenant house, mod. 3<i-cow barn and dairy house. 2 silos, excel bank barn. 45x80, large barracks, other necessary bldrs , 35 acres blue grass. 20 acres tim berland, well watered by never-failing at ream This is a going dairy farm. Priced to sell. $23,500. CRANE Ac HELAN. BL. 4000. _8 CLINTON, MD.. 15 a 13 a. clear with a large modern 6-rm. home: chicken house, garage, fruit trees; price of *16.500 Mr Filippo. TR 7606 HARTMAN REALTY' INC . 1338 Good Hope rd. j*.e -—8 MO WARD COUNTY. MD.— 225-acre dairy or stock farm, close in. 7-rm. home. 2 ten Rnt houses: fronting on hwy : 40 stanchion am, all other necessary outbldgs ; farm very productive, with several streams JOHN BURDOFT. Colesville, Md Cali Ashton, Md . 3846. _t>> hi ACRES ON THE POTOMAC River, new Jog lodge, ami, electricity, 1 showers, massive fireplace, panoramic view, tennis court, peach orchard, pecan grove. '4-mile circular driveway; property borders river and State highway for about 1 mile; boat house: within commuting distance of D C *>v rail or car Price $25,000. no less.' on wood terms. This property Is worth dou ble. as lots are selling for $1,000 each Cah^ I RUSSELL BOWEN. Chestnut GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Potomac Hunt eection: beautiful J 18-acre larm nice 4 rm. tenant house, large barn silo excel water supply from loo-ft. well, high level productive and beautifully located Per sons interested, act quickly. Carmichael. BL 3000. _‘ t r TCHISON. MD.—153 acres of beautiful rolling and partially wooded farmland with 7-rm house, tenant house and other necessary outbuildings; priced only $16. 750. Call Mr. Higgins. Gaithersburg 332 J. with SHANNON & LUCHS CO, J505 H »l. n w . NA. 2345. > FTERANS, ATTENTION—218-acre farm located about 20 miles southeast of War yenton. Va . Colonial 6-room dwelling; mam portion of house is brick large barn, granary and other outbuildings; about lot) acres of standing limber, remaining fere age good pasture land. This excellent arm can be purchased for $10,600. vet erans approved loan SENATE REALTY CC . 1100 Eye st. n w , EX 3270 —11 NEAR CLINTON. MD.. on hard road; 35 acres, about 25 cleared; 4 rms. and bath, basement, h.-w.h., etc.: needs some re pairs; very good 11-rm. tobacco barn, •‘.able; other outbuildings, shade reduced to $6.500. about $2,500 cash. DAN ABBOTT. Clinton 87. —11 FAIRFAX. VA.—67 acres with 6-rm. house, newly redecorated. Refgr , range, o.h.-w. heat. 45 acres cleared, with stream on portion of farm. Outbldgs. Include chicken house, 2 barns, smokehouse Include trac tor. wagon and larm equipment. COM MONWEALTH REALTY. 2606 Wilson blvd. Owen 6500, OX 2341 —8 NEAR POOLSVILLE. MD—175-acre farm; spacious 8-room frame house, center-hall plan. 1st floor, living room with fire place. den. dining room, combination kitch en and breakfast room, electric stove and refrigerator, also large walk-in reirigerator; glassed-in porch and V4 bath. 2nd floor * bedrooms, 2 baths, glassed-in porch, at tic; basement, h.-w.h., coal; 1 tenant house; large barn and other outbuildings Price, $38,000, including farm equip ment; 3 Jersey cows, 2 horses, chickens god hogs; terms. Call Mrs. Gregory. WA 1819; eves., OL 2273. with O. B. ZANT fcjNOER, Jr.. Rea) Estate. —« FARMS FOR SALE (Continued). NEAR MT. AIRY, MD., bungalow-type bldg , on approx. 1 acre of ground, high elevation, and a corner location; can be conditioned into an excellent home, coun try store, or both. DR. KELLY. Harris ville. near Mt. Airy. Md . RE. 3750. ARDMORE. MD.—Because of ill health, owner must sell 36 productive acres, nice house, chicken house and barn For de tails. call Mr. Hammeriy, COX & CO . DI. 4*:o4; eves., HY. 0372 —9 LOUDOUN COUNTY DAIRY, 345 acres main house. 8 rooms, with all modern con ventences; ‘2 tenant houses, Ntl-eow dairy, •j large Marietta silos, large bank barn lor horses and dry cows, mi dairy cows, horses and all kinds of new tarm equip ment. running water and a hard road into house: one of Loudoun's best dairy farms; owner has other busines.-: price. 5J5.min. J G. HOLS1NCER & SON, 17 Court Square. Winchester, Va lb» ACRES, fronts on macadam and gra vel loads,, about 40 mi. from D C . nr Potomac and Wicomico Rivers. 65 a. till able. bal, wood, timber; stream, old 5-rm. bouse, elec, close by. possession house with deed, land end of year; closing estate: *b,9o0 cash or »i; near •! towns: bargain. N E. RYON CO.. GE. 0140 STOCK AND DAIRY FARMS, estates and homes in Northern Virginia, convenient to Washington. Shown by appointment. Phone Herndon IIS. BUELL FARM AGENCY. Herndon. Fairfax County. Va. R* OWNED BY GEORGE WASHINGTON and now for sale. This lovely old Tidewater Virginia estate, known as Hockley, fronting on sail water in famous Gloucester Countv, a county famed for its people of refinement and culture and lovely homes. It is located on (he northern shore of the Ware River, which has a depth of 8 ft. at a mean low tide, permitting most pleasure vachts to come to the dock at the edge of the lawn There are 100 acres, separated in two parcels, one of which has about 70 acres located on the river, all under cultivation and on which is located all the improve ments. and the other 30 acres being wooded and short distance removed. Improve ments consist of a lovely old frame dwell ing of 2 stories and cellar, containing 14 rooms and 3 baths: built-in. 2-car garage, hot-air heating system; main-line electrical current. Situated on a very large lawn bor dering the river and in a grove of statelv trees, usual complement of farm buildings !<>r » Place of this size, such as a barn v2x,25 ft- stable 40x50 ft., poultry house 18x350 ft., accommodating 2.000 hens: woodshed, conical icehouse. 2 brooder houses, sheephouse and implement shed. All in excel, cond. One historical feature may be borne in mind. We quote from Gray's History 0f Gloucester County. History states on record George Washington once owned ' Hockley on the Ware River in Gloucester County and he conveyed same to George B. Fields ” We consider this one or tne most attractive homes or farms that we have offered for sale in years This is JU> miles from Washington, a 3-hour drive Price ¥35.000. which I think you will agree is very reasonable. Shown by appointment only. If interested, call J. LEE PRICE, INC , JA 1595, JA -2(114; evenings, AD. 41180. Attention Mr. Hop.ue. __u o u r«iwn, miles Irom Wash—Seldom have we had as fine a dairy farm to offer The substantial house has 8 rms and *» baths, with stoker and h.-w h. There are *2 tenant houses, one 8-rm. and one 4-rm. The 60-stanchion stone dairy barn is complete in every re spect end With 2 silos of 150 and 75 ton capacity could not be duplicated today Inf 200-ton hayloft Is nearly filled. Large stock barn, workshop and other essential bldgs. Included are 60 cows, 2 bulls, 4 horses and the following equipment: new tractor and plow, disc harrow, corn planter, wheat drill, mowing machine, new binder, hay loader, side delivery rake, rotary hoe. tractor cultiva tor. 2 horse cultivators, manure spreader. 1 Hammermill spring-tooth harrow and tractor, ensilage cutter. 2 milk sterilizers, new 4-unit De Laval milking machine 28 acres corn. 10 acres soya beans. Milk check averages Jl.800 monthly. Excellent Highway to town, I-mile distance. Total price, $58,000. EASTMAN At STEELE, excl agent. Tails Church 7020. NEAR MANASSAS. VA,—-150-acre dairy farm w'ith very productive land and wide frontage on 2 sides of paved State rd . excellent view of countryside: 18 acres and meadows. 20-stanchion dairy barn, concrete silo (120-ton capacity!, large hayloft, cement block milkhouse and cooling sys tem. good chicken houses with capacity for 0,000 or more, brooder house, stone meat house and ample sheds for farm equipment The 8-room house is of stucco and has fire place. electricity and bath. Is In need cf minor repairs, but of sound construction. Surrounded by large maple shade trees Trailway busline by door. Priced lor quick sale. $22,600; $5,000 cash and terms EASTMAN & STEELE. Realtors, Fails Church 2620. STERLING. VA.—A good dairy farm of 12a very rich acres; a new masonry 20 stanchion dairy barn, lge hayloft. 2 silos, a good 7-rm. frame house, tile milkhouse. new refrigeration system: 28 acres corn; has been a going dairy farm over 100 years and is considered a good producing farm: Priced $22,500, $8,000 cash and terms EASTMAN & STEELE. Realtors, Falls Church 2620 DAIRY FARM OF 265 ACRES—Mont gomery County farm: contains 10-room frame house with 2 baths. 6 tenant houses, concrete block cow barns. 2 silos, dairy house with steam boiler, larm implements. 80 head milch cows and other stock. GRAHAM-HALI. Realtors. SH. 6626. —H A BEAL BUY—221 acres of good land, 120 productive, balance in Umber; 8-rm. house, easily modernized: 20 miles from Wash urgent sale, $12,500; terms. GL. .2462. OLN’EY. 12 miles from Wash.—Beautiful estate and farm of 100 acres. II you can afford a finished product, do not failto inspect this outstanding property PIER SON Olney. Md. Phone. Ashton 2828. —I l * FARMS. 28 miles from Washington— small farm of 25 fertile acres on goo< road. nr. stores and schools; a good frami house, 6 large rms. and modern bath, ga rage, barn, brooder house and other out bldgs : 7 acres corn, lots of hay; possessioi 90 days. Priced *12.250 Also a very attractive and well-ktp farm, consisting of 50 acres, a good barn H-rm house in excel, condition, elec., wate in house. Price, including crops. $17,760 possession 60 days: $5,000 cash and terms EASTMAN Ai STEELE. Realtors. Fall Church 7670 _FARMS FOR RENT. 68 ACRES; nice 4-room house, gaz.. water pump, chicken coop, corn sheds, brooder house, farming tools; electricity avail able Virginia, 60 miles D C Box 186-Z. Ster _10. WATER FRONT PROPERTY. BEVERLY BEACH, on Chesapeake Bay— Summer homes and building sites. Write for catalogue Box 17. Mayo. A. A. Co . Md SEVERN RIVER ESTATE—i’2 acres with over 400 fi. of water front facing the Severn, with wonderful view, safe harbor, modern dwelling and '.’-car garage. in per fect condition; 5 bedrooms. 3 Hied baths, larfcf* living; room, dining room, sun parlor, kitchen, servant's quarters, extra-large paneled clubroom. cellar, oil burner, hard wood floors throughout; beautiful land scaped gardens and lawns. Sundays and nights call Mr. Jones. Severna Park ;*4-W CHAS H STEPFEY. INC. Realtors. \H E. Lexington si . Baltimore ‘l, Md. MU. 2412. LARGE. AIRV ROOM, half block'from beach in Atlantic City, with kitchen oriv . Aug ^■ySept. ?, $130. TA. 9664 between 1-9 LOng BEACH—Lota and cottages for sale Representative on property everv day Finest bathing and fishing: carefully re stricted Turn left to shore at St Leon ard. Md.. Solomons Island rd • FOR SALE, water-front prop—Llv. rm 15x20 ft., fireplace, 2 bedrms and bath, large kit. pantry, new 1946 4-burner Tappan gas range, elec . large acreened porches. 2 sides of cottage; mainland. Cobb Island, Md.: $4,500. Can be seen any day after Sat., Aug 10. LI. 1956, !i‘t ACRES on the Potomao River. New log lodge, ultramodern, gas and electricity, <21 showers. This is a lovely home, S cu ft. gas refrigerator, gas de luxe stove, peach orchard, apple orchard, pecan grove, vs-mile circular driveway, borders State road and Potomac for about J mrile; boa' house, tennis court Price, $25,000. no less, but on good teims Within easy com muting distance of D C. railroad, bus or car. Cali MR. BOWEN, Chestnut 5294. COTTAGE FOR RENT. Aug 14 to 28 Bay Iront, uuiet. restricted community: 2 bedim; , llv. im . din. ml . kli . balli and porch: ami., rowboat: $125. Call ME. 0058 between 9 and 4. KENWOOD BEACH. MD.—Cottage to ac commodate K persons, electric and water, from Aug. 17 to Aug. 31. TR. 2050. WANTED. RENT COTTAGE at or near North Beach or Colonial Beach, week of Aug. 11. family of 3 adults TA. 537S. • FOR SALE—This modern 6-rm furnished bungalow, situated on Cobb Island, Md., Vi block from the beautiful Potomac River. The outstanding features are: Living room, 3 bedrms , lge, din. rm., winter and sum mer kitchens; electric refrigerator, hot water heater, gas stove, circulating oil heater, large bathroom with stall shower: completely screened porch on 3 aides of house; lge. toolhouse; lge. lot. completely fenced in. with plenty of shade trees; must be seen to be appreciated. Price, $6,500 Call NO. 787 8 —9 OPPOSITE MT. VERNON. Vi mile water iront. 86 acres, small home, no plumbing Koehler electric; $30,000 WO 2181. 9* FOR SALE—Summer bungalow 8 miles from Annapolis on the Severn River 3 bedrooms, two porches, living room. kit., bath, city conv : nice lawn and shade or the children: boat and motor. Call Severn Park 267-W-6 to 8 n m. —11 WATER FRONT LOTS—Wooded area on Hunting Creek In the Mt. Vernon Majes tenal District: bathing privileges in park; 20 min drive lrom Washington. Call SHERWOOD." CH. 8085. COMPLETELY FCRN. COTTAGE at beach resort within commuting distance, large screened porches, modern kitchen and bath: S180 to Sept. 83 or wkly. at $40. Box 334-A. Star, AVAION SHORES—Furnished. 4 rooms and bach, electric pump, screened porch, $3.000, terms. DEE CCTTAGE OE 3o4 8 REAL ESTATE SALE OR EXCH. "YOUR REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?” Ma* I assist you in securing a purchaser? HARRY I. FRIEDMAN. Broker, RE. 1166. ARLINGTON—5-room brick house, hard wood floors, built 1942, to exchange for low-price commercial properly in n.w. D. C. Street Iront not necessary. No dealers ME. 2485. —13 _REAL ESTATE WANTED._ "YOUR REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? ’—May I assist you In securing a purchaser? HARRY I. FRIEDMAN. Broker. RE. J166 —8 REAL ESTATE—Young man, college gradu ate, veteran, desires to purchase a small real estate firm, will consider a partnership with a responsible party: experienced, financially responsible, excellent references. Box I7K-Z. star. jo* IF YOU WANT TO SELL your property In D. c. or Md., have caeh purchasers for homes, slhall or large. L. G. WHITE, Regl Estate, 7716 Wisconsin ave., WI. 7600. _____10* INDUSTRIAL FROP. FOR SALE. ?>N fcAIBROAD In extremely active are Alexandria dUtriet, about 76,000 *0. ft public utilities available; 50c per iquai foot New warehouses and factories no building or about, io be built. Pa, Centri Air sOrady located there. LOOT : P ^SHOEMAKER. 1718 K it. n W.. N, f INDUSTRIAL PROP, for SALE Cent. GEORGETOWN—Owner building “larger warehouse; we can oiler corner of over 13.000 so. ft. Industrial around on rail roads. lnclud. compl plans and bldg, per mit for warehouse at less than $3 per so. ft. A. U. ROTH. Woodwaid Bide.. NA 7036. —8 INDUSTRIAL SITE, heart of Silver Spring with ‘J street frontages; containing approx. 3T.S00 sq. ft.: cheap at S3 per foot CRANE & HE1.AN. SL. 4 000. —0 APPROXIMATELY 50.000 SQUARE FT. of industrial ground: can be purchased as whole or in lots of various sizes, excellent location within District with r r. siding in rear. Call DI. 8734, N. BASILIKO REALTY CO. —to ON B. * O. MAIN LINE. 1 blocks trom trolley on hard-surface road, sewer, water and electricity: in thickly populated area near Berwyn, Md. 340.000 sq. ft. of in dustrial land with railroad siolng. at 30c per sq ft C. H. PEARCE 0330 Baltimore ave., Riverdale. Md- WA. 7000,_—18 LEGAL NOTICES WILLIAM F. KELLEY and P. J. J. NICO LAIDES. Attorneys, Union Trust Bid*. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court—No. 67.629, Ad ministration—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters of Ad ministration on the estate of Itnelda Par tridge. late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All person* having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to ex hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the J 9th day of July. A.D 1947: otherwise they may by law be ex cluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 19th day of July. lfMtl. JOSEPH G. STEPHENSON. 90 J I Dent PI . Zone 7. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wi'ls for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. jy25,augl,8 ALBERT W. FOX. Attorney, J0t>9 Munsey Bid*. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of R. (Rhoda) A. Clark. Deceased.—No. 97.493. Administration Docket 142.—Ap plication having been made herein for probate of the last wrill and testament of said deceased, and for letters testamentary on said estate, by Albert W. Fox, it is ordered this 22nd day of July, A.D. 1940, that Mrs. Alberta C. Richardson. Russell Holland Clark. Wilbur Clark. Louise Clark. Florence Clark. Gladys Clark. Clarence B. Clark and the unknown heirs at law' and next of kin of R. (Rhoda) A. Clark, deceased, and all others concerned, appear in said Court on Tuesday, the .3rd day of September, A D. 1949. at 10:00 o'clock A M., to show cause why such application should not be granted. Let notice hereof be published in the “Washington Law Re porter” and “The Evening Star.” once in each of three successive weeks before the return day herein mentioned, the first publication to be not less than thirty days before said return dav. Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA J. LAWS. Chief Jus tice of said Court, this 23nd day of July. A.D. 1940. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. 1y25,augl,8 PAUL B. ELCAN, Attorney, Columbian Building DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding a Probate Court—No. 67,609, Ad ministration Docket 149.—Estate of Al bert L. Philo, Deceased. — Application having been made herein for probate of the i&st will and testament of said deceased, and for letters testamentary on said estate, by Virginia Nina Whitman Philo, it is ordered this 22nd day of July, A. D. 1946. that 'Willard G. Philo. Dalton, Penna. and all others concerned, appear in said Court on Tuesday, the 3rd day of September, A. D. 1946, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., to show cause why such application should not be granted. Let notice hereof be pub lished in the “Washington Law Reporter” and “The Evening Siar," once in each of inree successive weeks before the return day herein mentioned, the first publication to be not less than thirty days before said return day. Witness. the Honorable BOLITHA J. LAWS. Chief Justice ol said Court, this 22nd day of July, A. D. 1946. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the District ol Co lumbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. VVM. J. NEALE, Attorney, 815 15th St. N Wi DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 66.184. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testa mentary on the estate of Thomas J. Fitz patrick. late of the District of Columbia, deceased. Ail persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the )7th day of July, A. D. 1947; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under mv hand this 37th day of July. 1946. HELEN C. BOLAND, 3725 Jenifer St. N.W.. Zone 15 tSeal.) Attest: THEO DORE COGSWELL. Register of Wilis for the District of Columbia, Clerk oi the Probate Court. jy25.aul.S JOSEPH P. TUMULTY, JrT. Attorney, ~ 1317 F Street N.W. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding a Probate Court.—No 67,571. Ad ministration Docket J43.—Estate of JOHN S. SAYRE. Deceased.—Application having been made herein for probate of the last will and testament of said deceased, and for letters testamentary on said estate, by Marie W. Sayre it is ordered this 22nd day of July, A. D. 1946. that Mrs Mary Savre Linn. Miss Ruth E. Sayre, incom petent. Supt. of State Hospital. Dixon. Illinois, custodian, and all others con cerned aooear in said Court on Tuesdav. the 3rd day of September, A. D l»4d. at .10:00 o'clock A.M . to show cause whv su<h application should not be granted. Lei notice hereof be published in the “Washington Law Reporter'’ and “The Evening Star.” once In each of three suc cessive weeks before the return day herein mentioned, the first publication to be not less than thirtv days before said return day. Wttness, the Honorable BOLITHA J LAWS. Chief Jusfice of said Court, this :52nd day of July. A. D. 1040. iSeal 1 Attest: THEODORE COG8WELL. Register of Wilts for the District of Columbia Clerk of the Probate Court._jy’.’fi.aul ,s JACOB SANDLER. Attorney, Tower Building. Riled July 30, ltMfi. Charles E. Stewart. Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United Stales for the District of Colum bia —In re Application of JENNINGS LA MAR ROLAND, a minor, by Thelma Backus, his mother and next friend, for Change of Name —Civil Action No. 3(1041.—Jen nings Lamar Roland, a minor, by his mother and next friend. Thelma Backus, having filed a complaint for a judgment changing his name to Jennings Roland Backus, and having applied to the Court for an order ol publication of ttie notice required by law iu such cases, it Is, by the Court, this 30th day ol July. ltMtt, Or dered that all persons concerned show cause, if any there be. on or belore the :!4th day of August. lH4fi, why the praveie of said complaint should not be granted Provided That a copy of this order be published once a week for three consecu tive weeks before said day In Evening Star and the Washington Law Reporler. <S ) MATTHEW F MCGUIRE. Justice. (Seal., A true copy. Test : CHARLES E STEWART Clerk. By ELEANOR E. JOBE. Deputy Clerk aul.x If,. ALLEN GARTNER. Attorney, 815 15th St. N.W. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED Stales for the District of Columbia. Holding: Probate Court.— No. 67.554. Ad ministration—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testa mentary on the estate of Russell P Free man. late of the District of Columbia, de ceased All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or be fore the JHth dav of July. A. D 1947: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate Given under my hand this 22nd day of Jul» 1H4A. KATHRYNE R FREEMAN. HS7(i Wyoming Ave (Seal.) Attest: THEO DORE COGSWELL. Register of Wilis lor the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. Jy2&.aul,8. ALBERT E. CONKAI11S. Attorney. T J *i lack sou PI. N.W. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court—No. 67.605. Ad ministration.—Tins Is to Give Notice That the subscriber, of the State or Pennsyl vania. has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Ancillary Letters Testamentary on the estate of Winifred Mattingly Porter, also known as Winifred M. Porter, late of the Slate of Pennsylvania, deceased All persons hav ing claims against the deceased are herebv warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated to the subscriber, on or before the Iflth day of July. A. D. 194': otherwise ihe.v niav by law be excluded from all benefit, of said estate Given under my hand this "2nd day of July. 1946 CARLILE PATTER SON PORTER .118 S "1st St.. Philadelphia .1, Pa (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wilis for the Dis trict of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. Jy25.au1.ft. MENDEL,SON A MENOKESON, Attorneys. Colorado Btdx. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED Slates for the District of Columbia. Holding a Probate Court.—No. fl'.tiUO. Ad ministration Docket 143.—Estate of GEORGE AVERY, Deceased —Application having been made herein lor letters ol administration on said estate, by Jesse McCoy Hanson it is ordered ttils 32nd day of July, A. D. 1910, that the unknown heirs at law and next ol kin ol George Avery, deceased, and all others concerned appear in said Court on Tuesday, the 3rd dav of September. A. D. 1940 at 10.00 o'clock A M., to show cause why such ap plication should not be granted Let noijce hereof be published in the "Washingron Law Reporter1' and “The Evening Star.'' once in each of three successive weeks be fore the return day herein mentioned, the first publication lo be not less than thirty days before said return day Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA J LAWS Chief Jus tice of said Court, this 22nd day of July. A. D 1940, (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the Dis trict of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. Jy26.aul.ft. KAI1L K. SPRIGGS. Attorney, Southern Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District ot Columbia. Holding a Probate Court.—No. (17.011, Administration Docket 143.—Estate of John Dwyer. Deceased.—Application hav ing been made herein for probate of the last will and testament of said deceased and for letters of administration, c.t a. on said estate, by Kahl K, Spriggs it is ordered this 22nd day of July A.D. 1946, that Emma Kendricks and all others concerned, appear In said Court on Tuesday, the 3rd day of September, A. D. iil4H, at 10:00 o'clock A M., to show cause why such ap plication should not be granted. Let notice hereof be published In the “Washington Law Reporter" and “The Evening Star." once in each of three successive weeks be fore the return day herein mentioned, the first publication to be not less than thirty days before said return day. Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA J. LAWS Chiel Jus tice of said Court, this 22nd day of July. AD 1948. (Seal ) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the Dis trict ol Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. e Jy26.au 1.8 LEGAL NOTICES (Cent.) JACOB SANDLER. Attorney, * Tower Building. Piled July 30. 1946. Charles £. Stewart. Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States for the District of Colum bia—Helen Longley Jerew. Plaintiff, vs. Harold L. Jerew, Defendant—No. 35091.— The object of this suit is to obtain an absolute divorce on the grounds of deser tion for two years. On motion of the plaintiff, it Is this 30th day of July. 1040. ordered that the defendant. Harold L. Jerew. cause his appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. ex clusive of Sundays and legal holidays, oc curring after the day of the first publica tion 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 Washington Law Reporter, and The Evening Star before said day. (8.) MAT THEW P. McGUIRE. Justice. (Seal.) At test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By ELEANOR E. JOBE. Deputy Clerk. _aul_.8.15__ J. E. BINDEMAN. Attorney. 1037 Woodward Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 07,535, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Sefton Dftrr. late' of the District of Columbia, deceased. All per sons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 19th day of July. A. D. 1947: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 33lid day ot July. 1946. HOPE A. DARR. 3375 Stephenson PI. N.W. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the ProbateCoun._jyj5.au.1.8._ NORMAN E. SILL. Attorney for Plaintiff. 1003 K St. N.W. Piled Aug. 0, 1940. Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Civil Division—Harlech R. Evans.. Plaintiff, vs. Henriette D. Evans, Defendant.—Civil Action No 35791.—ORDER OP PUBLICA TION-ABSENT DEPENDANT —The Object of this suit is absolute divorce. On mo tion of the plaintiff, it is this Oth day of August, 1940. ORDERED, that the de fendant cause her appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days. occurring after the day of the first publication of this Order: otherwise, the cause will be proceeded w’ith as In case of default. Provided, a copy of this Order be published once a week for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter and The Washington Evening Star before said day <S> ALEXANDER HOLTZOFF. Justice. (Seal.) A True Copy Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By ELEANOR E. JOBE. Deputy Clerk. au8.15,22. LEO S. MeGUl&E, Attorney, 937 15th St. N.W. Filed Aug. Id. 3 949. Charles E. Stewart. Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States for the District of Co lumbia—Elizabeth L. Hunter, 160s Que St. N.W., Washington. D. C.. Plaintiff, vs. Russell L. Winslow. Margaret G. Winslow, 616 14th St. Oakland, California: Me Lachlen Banking Corp., I Oth and G Sts. N.W., Defendants.—No C. A. 32-466.— The object of this suit is to obtain a recession of the contract dated July 27, 1945. between the plaintiff and the de fendants, Russell L. Winslow and Mar garet G. Winslow, and to obtain the can cellation of a promissory note dated July 27, 1945. in the sum of $2,400.00. payable to the defendants and signed by the plain tiff, said note now being in the possession of the McLachlen Banking Corporation. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this Oth day of August. 1946, ordered that the defendants, Russell L. Winslow and Mar garet G. Winslow, cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holidays, occurring after the day of (he first publication ol this order: other wise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided, a copy of this older be published once a week for * three successive weeks in the Washington ; Law Reporter and The Evening Star before ' .'aid day. <S> ALEXANDER HOLTZOFF. Justice. (Seal) Attest: CHARLES E. , STEWART, Clerk. By ELEANOR E. JOBE. Deputy Clerk. au8,l5.22. ; JOSEPH NOTES. Attorney for Petitioner. HOI H St. N.F., Washington. D. C. Filed Auk. 6, 1946. Charles E. Stewart. Clerk IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for ihe District of Colum bia.—In Re Application of Patricia Anne Warters. by her mother and next friend. Hazel Kathryn Landman, for change of name.-—Civil Action No. .*16176.—Patricia Anne Wsrters, by her moher and next friend. Hazel Kathryn Landman, having filed a complaint for a judgment changing her name to Patricia Anne Landman and having applied to the Court for an order of publication of the notice required by law in such cases, it is, by the Court, this 6th day of August, 1946. ORDERED that all persons concerned show cause, if any there be. on or before the 31st day of August. 1946. why the prayers of said crmplaint 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 Washington Eve ning Star and the Washington Law Re porter <S.) ALEXANDER HOLTZOFF. Justice. (Seal » A true copy. Test CHARLES E. STEWART, Clerk. By ELEA NOR E JOBE. Deputy Clerk. auM. 15.22_ OLIVE B. LACY, Attorney DISTRICT COURT OF IHE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court—No 67.727, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber of the District of Columbia has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters Testa mentary on the estate of Mattie Atkinson, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the de i ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the ; same, with the vouchers thereof, legally ' authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 3lst day of July. A. D. 1947; ; otherwise they may by law be excluded 1 from all benefit o/ said estate. Given ■under my hand this 31st day of July, i 1946. OLIVE B. LACY. 603 Colorado Building. (Seal. > Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the Dis I trict, of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court._a u8,16,22 *PAUL B. ELCAN. Attorney. Columbian Building. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 66.965. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscribers, of the State of Mary land, have obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Frances Christine Echard. also known as Christine Francis Echard and Christine F. Smith, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the de ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscribers, on or i before the 31st day of July, A.D. 1947: ''♦herwlse they mav by law be excluded ! from ail benefit of said estate. Given j under our hands this 5th day of August, 1946. BIRD H DOLBY. 3404 R I. Ave . Ml. Rainier. Maryland. WILLIAM C SHIPLEY. 6207 20th Ave , Hyattsvllle. Md. (Seal > Attest MELVIN J. MAROUES. Deputy Register of Wills for 1 the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court._ au8,1 6,22. BARBOUR Sc DAWSON, Attorneys, 607 MeLachlm Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 67.709. Ad j ministration—This is to Give Notice: jThat the subscriber, of the State of Mary ; land, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Ancillary Let ters Testamentary on the estate of Ray mond S. Norris, late of the State of Mary land. deceased All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the sub scriber, on or before the 31st day of July, A.D. 1947; otherwise they may by law be excluded from ail benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 5th day of August, 1946. MABEL T. NORRIS, 3 West Woodbine St.., Chevy Chase, Mary land. (Seal. Attest THEODORE COGS WELL. Register of Wills for the District of Columbia Clerk of the Probate Court, aun. I 6.%2. _ _ PROPOSALS. FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY, Public Build ings Administration, Washington. D. C . August ti, 1940.—Sealed bids in duplicate will be publicly opened in this office at I P.M.. August 27. III4II. lor alterations at the Heating Plant, Washington National Air port, Gravelly Point. Virginia Drawings and specifications may be obtained at this office and must be returned. The furnish ing of more than one set will be in the : discretion of the Commissioner of Public Buildings. W E. REYNOLDS, Commis sioner of Public Buildings, Federal Works Agency.__.—9 COMMISSIONERS, ®: C„ Washington, August 7, 1940. Sealed proposals will be received at Room 500, District Building, 14 th and Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington 4. D. C. until 2:00 o'clock P.M., August IB, 1040, and then publicly opened, for improving the roadways of 27th i Street and Utah Avenue, N.W., from Mili tary Road to Nebraska Avenue, with ap proximately 5.000 linear feet of combina tion cement concrete curb and gutter, 200 Urns asphaltic concrete base course and 1,050 tons asphaltic concrete surface course (hot mix) or alternate. The atten tion of bidders Is directed to the special orovisions covering sub-letting or assigning the contract and to the use of domestic materials. Attention of the bidders Is par ticularly called to the requirements as to conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the contract. Apply Room 427. District Building, for proposals, specifications and plans. The Manager, U. S, Employment Service for the District of Columbia, is Mr. ROBERT A. MORRISON. 50:1 K Street, N.W . Washington. D C. auT.8,9. 10.12.1.1 WASHINGTON SUBURBAN Sanitary Com mission, Contract No. :t-D. storm drainage construction.—Sealed proposals for con structing HDDioximatelv 3,300 feet nf 15 inch to 48-inch reinforced concrete pipe drains on Contract No. 3-D. will be re ceived at the office of the Washington Sub urban Sanitary Commission. Hamilton st , Hyattsville. Md . until 11:15 a m.. Eastern standard time. Friday, August 9. 1B40. at which place and time they will be Dublicly opened and read. Plans and specifications may be obtained from Harry R. Hall, chief engineer of the commission. Hyattsville, Md., unon deposit of S5, which deposit will he returned to bidders or to those returning plans and specifications in good condition PERRY BOSWELL. LACY SHAW. FRANK B. SMITH, Commissioners WASHINGTON Suburban Sanitary Com mission, Contract No. 250-W, grading for reservoir site and construction of road. Sealed proposals for clearing the site and grading for a reservoir and constructing an approach road. Involving the excava tion of approximately 57,0110 cubic yards of earth and placing It in fill and the con struction of 000 feet of gravel roadway, on Contract No. 250-W. will be received at the office of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission. Hamilton st., Hyatts ville, Md„ until 11:15 a.m , Eastern stand ard time, Friday, August 23, 1946, at which place and time they will be pub licly opened and read. Plans and speci fications may be obtained from Harry R. Hail, chief engineer of the commission. Hyattsville. Md PERRY BOSWELL. LACY SHAW. FRANK B. SMITH, Commissioners. au8,^. AUCTION SALES. ___TOMORROW._ ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON. auctioneers —Sale of household and office furniture. Singer electric sewing machine, electric mangle, gas range: Shelton. Eugene and Frederics permanent wave machines; radios. Singer shoemakers' machine anti miscel laneous personal effects. By order War Activity Organization, storage companv and others. By auction at Weschler's. 905 E st. n.w., tomorrow, commencing »::»(> a m furniture includes desirable odd pieces and groups for every room in the home, inner sprlns mattresses, spiral and box springs, commercial lighting fixtures, etc.. 135 modern office desks. 11 and side chairs. 1(1 am. swivel, posture —8 FUTURE. THOS. j. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers, 435 Southern Building.—Auction sale of 873 square feet of first commercial ground im proved by stucco over frame dwelling, con taining six rooms and bath, being known as premises No. 4*15 H st. n.w.—By au thority vested in us. we will sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on Thursday, the fifteenth day of August, 1(146, A.D , at four o’clock p m., the fol lowing described properly: Pari of origi nal Lot 5 in Square GIT, being known for purposes of assessment and taxation as Lot NOO in Square 51T. Terms: All Cash. Deposit of $500 required at time of sale Examination of title, notary fees, revenue stamps, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms to be complied with within ;iO days of sale, otherwise deposit forfeited. THOS. J. OWEN & SON _ air:.S.14 ADAM A. WESCHLER * SON. Auctioneers. —-Retiring lrom business sale, restaurant and kitchen equipment, National electric cash register, small iron safe, radios, fine teekwood decorated glazed panel Chinese lanterns. mirrors. alternating current oscillating ceiling and exhaust fans, rwo oil paintings. Garland and Chinese gas ranges, refrigerators and compressor, utensils, china, glass, nlated flat and hollow table ware, also canned fruit, vege tables. * juices. olives, catsup, paper con tainers. etc , by auction at Republic Restaurant, !* 10 F st. n.w.. Monday. August 12, 1946. commencing 10 o'clock a.m. One hundred sixty bentwood and dining chairs. 35 tables. National Model 1544 (4-1B) RS-1C, nine clerk electric cash register lie to $00.01;); mantel and pier mirrors, floor and wall tobacco cases, serv ing stands, fire extinguishers, old National checking machine, Venetian blinds, storage type gas water heater, sinks, sterilizer. Hobart, food chopper, meat block, steam and chefs’ tables, coflee urns and stand, scale, stone crocks. GI cans, ice bottle chest, aluminum irays, kitchen requisites, etc Prompt removal required Terms: Cash ADAMS A. WE3CHLER Sc SON, Auctioneers ._ _\ o t MONEY TO LOAN. MONET ON SECOND TRUST — We will buy second-trust notes. D. c . nearby Md fJ-Va- Reasonable rates. NATIONAI , mortgage <t investment corp . m*j I N T ave n.w National 58113 1 HOME LOANS—Low monthly payments including principal. Interest and taxes J1KST FEDERAL SAVINGS * 1,0 AS ! 610 ,3th ** n.w DI 3370 MONET on first and second trusts: prompi action, reasonable rates: naarby Maryland Ti/klnia or D. C. property. THE AMERI CAN CO,. 807 loth. NA. 8032. BROKERS. ATTENTION—We buv "nd trust notes on D. C.. Md. and Va.' house; and farms. FULTON R. GORDON. 1421 Eye st. n.w. DI. 6':.'l(l until 8 pm GARAGES FOR SALE. FACTORY BUILT, sizes 13x20 and 20x2 STRAND BUILT, overhead doors Eas terms, immediate delivery. Visit our dii Play of models. 1109 Jefferson Davis hwy Arlington, Va. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p m . Sue day and holidays, or phone JA 2104. A-1 GARAGES, wood or steel frame, con Crete floor, Insulated, fireproof, plain c overhead door; sizes, 1. 2, 3, 4 car capai it y: bungalow and steel mill building easy terms. Call for estimates. DUPON' IRON WORKS. 1100 18th st. nw NJ 3760 or WO. 3258 eves _ 14 GARAGES FOR RENT. GARAGE 8PA(?E for 15 or 20 more can, with service: central location, near hotel: and apartments. SHERIDAN GARAGE lo 1« Oue_sL_n.w. Phone MI. 8100 - I I GARAGES WANTED. WANTED TO BENT a garage to aucoi i’J? ,,erir 3 or 4 cars, for auto repalrlr MI. 1158. _1] WANTED—Garage, preferably brick, w concrete flooring, to be used as an ell trtcal repair shop, in n.w. section, v Conn, and Macomb st. WO 3005 —8 WANT TO RENT OR BUY GARAGE. 4 square feet or larger, for woodworkl wn«bX.’i'le *nd storage- Can use 2nd floi ME. t.4So. _I TRAILERS. NEW HOUSE TRAILERS are now on dis may Jor immed. delivery: cash or trade and financing for as long as 24 months COLIE TRAILER CO . 8232 Ga. ave . Silver Spring. Md., Sligo 2242. —14 FOR RENT—5-ft . 7-ft.. 8-ft . 2-wheel au tomobile trailers: stake, box and dump tyoes. hour, day or week; complete with hitch. RENT-A-TRAILER CO. .3203 Lee hwy.. Arlington. Va. GL. 8830 AMERICAN SCHULT TRAVEI.O, Howard. Zimmer house trailers for sale. We buy and sell good used trailers. Boat trailers and luggage trailers for rent. Visit our salesroom and select your trailer part, and accessories, lawn chairs, davenport, stove, radio, etc. Sales lot open 9 a m. to 9 p m . Mon. through Sat. Stockroom open 8 a.m to 6 p.m dally. Sat , 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday- AMERICAN !J^AILER CO, INC., 4030 Wis. ave. n.w. NATIONAL HOUSE TRAILER—1942 de luxe Castle model. 25 ft., tandem wheels, eAl-Las.,c,7a!ls Church 2134-R —11 NEW AND USED house trailers on )2 to ^4 month terms. Metal lugeage trailers. Painting and repair service: also acces yoliT rr»ner. RICHTER [FRAILER SALES Route 1. Berwyn. Md Tel. Tower 5035 WANTED TO RENT—House trailer for 10 days, commencing August 9. Call EM AMERICAN 1940 27-ft. tandem wheel; used only 2 months; hot-water heater; bottled ; gas stove; excellent 6-ply tires and Nelson ! dolly: price $3,000. Can be seen at Canarv ! Trailer Court Cabin No. 1. Berwyn. Md. ft* j TRAILER—Luggage. 2 wheel, 4x6x2 bodv ! like new; good tires, with hitch. 5100 Clinton 89-J. AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS. NEW-TYPE TIRE RECAPPING by the Den Nap electric process: beautiful tread- 2 hour service: electric-treated sections If your tire Is cut. See your tires being re capped at ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. Wash ington’s Largest Pontlas Dealer. 1437 Irving St. n.w. AD. 8500. Quick, efficient service. AUTO LUGGAGE TRAILER, immediate de livery. new shipment lust arrived: the neatest one you've ever seen, suitable for merchants, farmers, fishermen and tom Jgg. , Low priced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO . 1437 Irving it. n.w. AD. 85(H) Wash ington’s Largest Pontiac Dealer. AUTO JACKS—Ratchet-type bumper Jack $:.4y, MANHATTAN AUTO Si RADIO CO . 7th at R st. n.w. CAR EKFINISHKD — Now Is the time to have your car rehmshed by master painters In one of Washington’s largest modern automobile plants. Prewar quality paint now available Stoo in for free estimate now! MANDELL CHEVROLET, 13th and Good Hope rd e.e . AT 4400 ALL-OVER PAINT JOBS on any make car in any color. $59.60: guaranteed work, fast service. SAFFORD CHANDLER MO : TOR CO, «29 H st. n.e AT. 4000 ! TIRES, new. 0.60x16. Firestone. BENNING i MOTORS, 1600 Benning rd. n.e. FR. 9922. TRUCK BODIES REPAIRED and wllded t0 “ass„12i£P*'ctiori- Truck body depart ment. FRED S. GICHNER IRON WORKS. INC.. 1214 24th st n.w.. Republic 2419. NEW AUTO PARTS, guaranteed rebuilt transmissions, grills, hub caps, generator, starters, auto glass Installed. J. L. BREN NER. & CO., 1940 Montana ave. n.e. FR. PONTIAC OWNERS. ATTENTION! We have just received large shipment of good quality seat covers In popular colors. They will also fit other models of General Mo tors cars. Pi-omDl and neat Installation if desired. ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. 1437 Irving st. n.w. AD. 8500. GARAGE SPACE lor 15 or 20 cars, start ing August 5. SHERIDAN GARAOE. 2518 Que st. n.w. Phone MI. Sinn. —it 1940 CUSHMAN motor skooter: *200 cash. Chestnut 6147. • AUTO PAINTNG. AUTO PAINTING and body work; esti mates given evenings and week ends at KOI N. Quincy st., Arl., Va. CH. 5174. AUTO PAINTING—Complete job, $36 tip, work guaranteed. GILBERT. 4102 Pa ave. ext, s.e. LI. 35110. MOTORCYCLES. 1940 CHIEF and Scout engines in stock, lair condition; service on all makes and models, tires, batteries and accessories. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SALES, 911 8th st. n.w. RE. 0911. HARLEY-DAVIDSON '42 •"74.” completely overhauled, new tires, with commercial box. NORTHERN GRILL, 4708 14th n.w. —8 INDIAN 1941 30-50 Jr. Scout. Call CH. 0583. —9 INDIAN SCOUT, 1937. Best cash oiler over $100. LU 1090 alter 0 p m. 10* AUTO TRUCKS FOR SALE. CHEVROLET TRUCK, slock body, new mo tor, good tires, duul wheels, perfect coud. Rear. 730 13th s.e, Within OPA. —8 DUMP TRUCK, perfect cowl, excellent rubber; $8no, under celling. l.suO Bladens burs rd. n.e. 9* INTKRNATIONAl. 114-ton panel: excellent condition. RICE MOTORS. J 800 Bladens burv rd. n.e. 9* TRUCKS—chev. 1941 flat-long wheelbase: Mack 1941, aleeuer cab. air brakes and van trailer; Autocar tractor and van trailer: Ford 12' stake: also Ford Model B truck; International 1941 dumo: also other makes and sizes. 2119 Bladcnsburg rd n.e 8* •II DODGE TRUCK. GI Pickup. ’..ton: front-wheel drive: excellent motor and tires: $775. Lincoln 5397 after 6 D.m. 8* GMC 1940 TRACTOR and 28-ft. open-top trailer; cheap. Apply Unton Market. 5th and K sts. n.e., In front of Cannon’s Res taurant. —9 FORD 1937 lVi-ton. stake. FR. 5178.—10 ARMY SURPLUS TRUCKS bv Central Motor Co., authorized GMC truck dealer— A new grouD of trucks just received. 50 to choose from: some new, all guaranteed. Stakes—1942 Chevrolet, lti tons: 1942 GMC. ZVa tons: 1939 International, 2 tons; 1940 Dodge, 1 Va torn: 1944 GMC. 2>/a tons; 1943 Studebaker, 214 tons, 0x0. Dumps—1942 Chevrolet, 1V4 tons; 1940 Dodge. 1*4 tons: 1942 GMC, 214 tons. Tractors—1943 White, model WA-128. air brakes. 11.00-20 tires; 1941 Federal. 3 tons. RX brakes. Semitrailers, new—10-ton platform and stake, air brakes, 11.00-20 tires; under low celling. Command car—1941 Dodge, 14 ton. Caterpillar tractors—(1) AUts-Chalmera, 12, tons; (1) caterpillar, 10 tons. CEN TRAL MOTOR CO., 3143 Lee hwy.. Arling ton. Va. Daily and Saturday. 8 to ft; closed Sundays^ July and August. " CH' 7000. . OI£- 0552. To reach: Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn right, at circle onto Lee hwy. (Route 211 or 29>. drive 1>A miles STUDEBAKER DUMP TRUCKS (4V 10 wheelers. 4-yard dump bodies; excellent •ODdltlon. TE. 2937. —10 CROSS-WORD PUZZLE HORIZONTAL. j 1 Endeavor i 4 Sound accompanying breathing 8 To imitate 11 Color 12 Isles off Ireland 13 Slender 15 Excessive thought of self 17 Nothing 19 Article 20 Tangled mass 21 Reduction 22 Corroded 23 Long-necked acquatic bird 25 Greek letter 26 Afresh 27 The vogue 28 Title of respect 29 Adequate 30 Archaic: you 31 Proved statement 33 Bone 35 Coquettish 36 Bom 37 Young seal 38 To converse informally 40 Combustible substance 41 Extreme conservative 42 Color 43 Part of a circle 44 By 45 Suffix indicating past tense 46 Vase 47 Opening 50 Protection 52 Goddess of ; the rainbow i 54 Beverage i 55 Night before | an event i 56 Card in faro 57 Sheltered VERTICAL. ! 1 Article 1 2 Floor covering ; 3 Naval petty i officer Answer to Yesterday's. * u 4 Coarse file 5 Limb 6 Note of scale 7 Tedium 8 Solely 9 Colloquial: father 10 Growing out 14 Recognized 16 Electrified particle 18 Pronoun 21 Continuing for a long time 22 Insect 23 Pen of swine 24 Grief 25 Pastry 26 Intention 28 Distrustful 29 Fixed charge ..a /uiyclung small 32 Unit of reluctance :33 Pronoun ! 34 To discern i 35 Bounder I 37 Imposing entrance 38 Algonqutan Indian 39 Thicket 40 The birds of a region 41 Reception 43 Land measure 44 Site of the "Leaning Tower" 46 To employ 47 Ensconced 48 Diminutive suffix 49 Diocesan center 51 Four 53 Artificial language Points for Parents —»y edyth thomas Wallace Suffering a deprivation which is a reasonable foUow-up of an offense, prevents its repetition much more'effectively than can a 1 multitude of ivords. This i»44 Ttw »\*( ana Tm&um »vn«*c*t» —• U3 ja Ellen—I can’t go to the movies for ; two weeks because I saw the show 1 twice Saturday after mother told me not to and made us late for Aunt Jane's dinner. Mother—You're the most incon siderate girl I know. You’ve kept your father and me waiting 30 min utes. You deserve to be punished for disobeying me. AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. VETERAN desires general hauling, any time, anywhere: refrigerators a specialty; new truck, reasonable. FR. 8260. Ext. 72. HAUL BUILDING MATERIALS—RooHng, Irames, blocks, brick, plumbing, cement, etc dependable service with new lid equipment, with or without drivers. AD. 5292. 9* LIGHT HAULING, veteran, reasonable rate... HO. 4451, —14 RENT A TRUCK, drive it yourself: new 12 and 14-foot vans and stakes available immediately: by the hour, day or week NATIONAL TRUCK RENTAL CO , 25 Uue st. n.e.. HO. 3953, —8 KAN TRUCKS, large or small jobs: experi enced help: prompt service, reas, rates. Local and long distance. TA 2937. »• TRUCK FOR HIRE—3'i-ton. flai body, driven by veteran. Day. week, or contract.! LU. 7548._ j i« AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. BENDALL SPECIALS—Hudson 1942 2 door, $1,169: Studebaker 1942 4-door. ■ SI,395: Packard 1941 club coupe, $1,235: Pontiac 1940 4-door. $1,125: Packard i 1937 4-door. $568; Dodge 1935 4-door. 1 $395: Essex 1933 4-door. $350: Olds 1934 2-door. $366: Studebaker 1938 4-door,! $650: Wjllys 194 1 4-door. $875: Packard. 938 4-door. $796. All prices are below OPA ceiling Open each eve. until 9 BENDALL PONTIAC, 1611 King at., Alex.. Va.. Overlook 1600. —S BUICK 1941 5-passenger sedan: radio, heater, exceptionally clean: OPA ceiling price. $2,507. SI HAWKINS. 1333 14th st. n.w. DU 4455. —9 BUICK 1940 4-door Roadmaster: radio and heater: OPA ceiling. $1,300. LEEDS MOTOR COMPANY. 5100 wis. ave. OR. 4407. ‘ —it BUICK 1940 Limited. Model “SI.” black, 4-door sedan, 6 wheels. 4 white wall tires. 2 spares incased in front fenders, radio, heater, air-conditioned unit; original val ue, $3,l(Ht: mileage. 49,000; excellent con dition. Will do business around $1,875; cash or finance, within OPA Must be seen to be appreciated Call RE. 3931, anytime. 10* BUICK 1938 limited 7-passenger sedan: $1,474. Within OPA ceiling JACK PRY, 1529 Pa ave. s e. TR. 7203 —10 BUICK—New Buick factory-built motors for 1939. 194 0. 1941 or 1942: 2 days’ service, no appointment necessary. TEM PLE MOTOR CO.. 1810 King st . Alexan dria. Va ALex. 3055. —12 BUICK 1941 limited sedan; excellent con dition: *2,495: less than OPA celling JACK PRY. 1539 Pa. ave. TR. 7203. —10 CHEVROLET 1936 master 2-door, good running condition, needs slip covers. $365. within OPA ceiling. ME. 7747. * CHRYSLER 1940 New Yorker: radio, heater, excellent tires; mechanically per fect. No dealers. NA. 1717 before 6; MI. 5600, Apt. 406. after 6. r-9 DODGE 1942 Diamond cab; excellent con dition; private owner; $1,250, within OPA ceiling. Glebe 2475 between 7 and 10 p.m.* FORD 1934 coupe, new motor, new tires, good radio, good condition. $375, wnhin OPA ceiling. Phone AL. 2669. • FORD J9.it Model A Fordor sedan, good Iransp.. good tires, fenders and paint. $265. within OPA ceiling. ME 7 747. * FORD 1935 Fordor sedan, perfect condi tion. $395, within celling: also '37 Indian Chief motorcycle. 1815 Kith st. n w.. basement apt. • FORD 1936 Fordor convertible, $565: ra dio. heater: Marine vet. 12 noon 'ill sold, 6224 8th at. n.w. GE. 2321. OPA cell GRAHAM COUPE. 19.37: motor, trans. just overhauled: Dainted; $325. within OPA: as Is: cash. Rear .3341 Rhode Island ave., Mt. Rainier. Md. Can be seen 8 a m. to 6 pm. 8* JEEP. Willys, the universal car. We can give Immediate delivery on a limited num ber. SI. HAWKINS. 1333 14th st. n w. DU. 446ft —9 KAISER-FRAZER—Taking orders for these sensatioiul 1947 automobiles. CENTRAL MOTORS CO., ;U4:i Lee hwy., Arlington, CH. 7000, OX. 0652.' LA SALLE 19:!9 4-door: radio and heater: perfect, condition; Govt, ceiling. SI.047. FLOOD PONTIAC. WO. 8400. —11 LA SALI.E ’39. taxi-owner driven, part time: A-l condition. Call mornings. AD. _8 PACKARD 1936 sedan. S459. within OPA celling: consider terms. ROPER, 1730 R. I ave. n.e. • PLYMOUTH 1930 sedan. $295: consider terms: below OPA ceiling. ROPER, 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. • STUUEKAKEK. 1911 4-dr. Commander: excellent condition, r. and h.: $500 cash; take over payments; below OPA ceiling E A. ATKINSON, TA. 1047 after 6 p.m. 9* WILLYS 194(1 civilian jeep, completely eaulpped, *1.195, under OPA ceiling. CH 2000. Fv 1018. 8* 39 CHEV. TAXI, used only o months as cab. $735: PUC. McDERMOTT. 049 E. Capitol st. 10* 30 CHEV. COACH. $350: radio, tires fair; within OPA ceiling. Rear. 11J2 Ninth st. n.w. Tom's Auto Repair Shop. 9* MOTORETTES. 1946. demonstrators: OPA ceiling. *446.60; our price, $311.60 WASHINGTON MOTORETTE DISTRIBU TOR, 8511 Colesville rd., Silver Spring. Md. Open 9 to 5. SH. 4400 —10 TAXICABS—One 1942 De Soto, radio and heater, excellent condition: one 1941 Chev.. new motor: with PUC. ROBEY MOTOR SALES. 1220 Mt. Olivet rd. n.e. 11 * TAXICABS, with PUC, for sale: fine cabs. In perfect condition. See MR. GLENN at 101 Mass, ave, n w.8•_ AUTOMOBILES WANTED. BUICKS WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars: any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. ftdams 8344. BUICK, Chrysler, Dodge. Plymouth. Olds and Pontiac badly needed to supply de mand of returning overseas veterans. Highest prices paid for clean cars. Drive Insidg our modern parking building for appraisal or call Mr. Miller at EX. 4800. RANDALL MOTORS, INC., 1150 17th st. n.w. (corner 17th and Ml. BUICKS. chevrolets, Fords. Ponttacs or any make of car that has had good care. We need them and will pay the highest celling price. SI HAWKINS. 1333 I4tb st. n.w. DU. 4455 CHEVROLET OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. J. Dewey Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES, 4432 Conn. ave. FORDS—Cash for your ear. no red lane. SCHLEGEL A GOLDEN. Carroll «t.. Takomg Park. D. C. Georgia*8300. AUTOMOBILES WANTED (Cont.) FORDS WANTED—I will pay the highest Ca3h dollars: any make, any model. WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave. at 10th st. n.e. Adams 8344. FORI) automobiles wanted at once: 193J to 1041; spot cash. Call ROPER. DU. 9765. FORD OWNERS, get every dollar vour car is worth. EM. 9754. Bob Terrell. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 44.12 Conn. ave. GRAHAM automobiles wanted: anv model, 1911 to 1940; spot cash. Call ROPER. DU. 9765. ]«» HUDSON automobiles wanted: 19;n to 1941: spot cash. Call ROPER, DU. 9765 NASH WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars: any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at, 20th st. n.e. Adams 8.144. PACKARD owners! We will pay top price for your rar. All models wknted ROYAL MOTOR CO.. 15 Kennedy st. n.w . RA. PLYMOUTH OWNERS, get every~dohar yourcar is worth. EM 9754. Boh Terrett. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4492 Conn, ave PI.YMOUTHS—Cash for your car. no red tape. SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st.. Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 3900. PONTIAC OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. J. Dewey Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES, 4432 Conn. ave. PONTIAC OWNERS—If you are planning to sell your car. see Jack Blank first. Highest cash prices and courteous service ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. Washington's Largest Pontiac Dealers. 1437 Irving st n.w. AD. 8500 KTUDKBAKER WANTED—I will pay the highest, cash dollars; any make, any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8944. TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR CAR. regardless of make or model; Immediate cash MAN HATTAN AUTO <t RADIO CO.. 7th at R n.w Used car dealers lor SI years. ABSOLUTELY TOP VALUE lor 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 yuh,,money- so come see McKee todav! We ll also give you a priority number to make you among the first to get a new Pontiac, Pol- top prices see McKEE S9NlI.j'C' 1R'8 L st- n.w. ME. 0490. TO GET TOP CEILING PRICE, call Bob Cook. COOK MOTOR CO . N. H. ave. and L n.w, ME. 8824. DI. 9526, NO ONE WOULD DARE pay more than Roper. Call ROPER for spot cash. DU. 9 7 fin. i « • ABSOLUTELY HIGH CASH OFFER— Don t sell until yen see us; need 100 ears-—1930 to 1947 cars. absolutely high cash price If car is paid for, will give you cash. If car Is not paid for. will balance and pay cash difference BARNES-SANDERS MOTORS Washington’s oldest exclusive used-car dealers. See Mr Barnes for appraisal. All cash or certified check. Only one location. Drive in open I?™114th. corner N st. n.w. Open «:.H) to 5, closed on Sunday. Call North Jill for appraisal. AN HONEST PRICE for your Plymouth, Dodge. De Soto or Chrysler. SID WELL fiOKN MOTORS. Chrysler-Plymouth deal-; ers. SOOO Georgia ave., SH. 4500 ATTENTION—Veteran badly in need of1 car light model, year 1939 or later: no dealers. AT. 9354. _11 ! £A:5?ln ft! —Top-dollar prices at I COAbT-IN PONTIAC. 407-4*J3 Florida ave.! [*•*• AT. 7-00 Open evenings. OUT-OF-TOWV CASH BUYERS available, be sure to get their big cash price lor Adams 8344. WILLIAMS AUTO ! SAT.F.S P T UUf. o t »> I It Vi « CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER will Bay the maximum cash price for any desirable car. WHEELER. INC, 4800-4820 Wis consin. OR I02«i. 8 to 0:30. Closed Sun BRING Y'OIJR TITLE and get highest spot cash for your car. WORREL MOTOR CO . 15,i.l Pa. ave. s.e. FR lO.'in HIGHEST CASH PRICES for Chrysler*. Buicks. Packards. Cadillacs, Studebakers. Dodges, Plymouths. Chevrolet* Call or drive by GENE CASTLEBERRY. Ifi40 Benning rd. n.c. FR 5231 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 DU. li?77- 1717 Rhode Island aye. ne BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO Open » a.m until !> p.m VETERAN, living in country, needs auto mobile badly: any make in running con dition. No dealers Write J. J. FINNA COM, Piney Point. Md. 11* VETERAN, in need of later model used car will pay up to 11,700 cash. Call auy time. TA. 5022. _1 1 ALL MAKES OF CAR WANTED—Will posi tively pay top legal prices, any make. lli.'t? to 1114*1. Will call at home or office at your convenience. SIMMONS MOTORS KK7 14th st. n.w„ NO. 3104. SEE l!S BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA SERVICE, 1120 2<>tll st. n.w. District 0141. EX-GI NEEDS CLEAN CAR immediately Wili pay top price, all cash. Please phone evenings, before 8 p.m., CO. 8.14:1. —0 DESPERATE VET urgently need* clean, model car or new job. any body style Have all cash for right car. CH. 0060. ■—12 PRIVATE PARTY will pay top price and all cash for any 1041, *42 or 40 auto in good" condition. Call GE. 3143. —8 PRIVATE PARTY, veteran, would like ’.18 to *40 Chevrolet or Plymouth for transpor tation to work Box 150-Z, Star 9* PRIVATE PARTY wants best btfy in car from *400 to *750. Call TE 0080 -~9 EUROPEAN AIR FORCE VETERAN desper ately in need of rar for both work and school. Can furnish proof of need. Will pay up to *1,500 cash. Please call MR. WAN1*?Eli.Ent:i05o'r' later used car, fronTprl vate party. Will pay cash. Phone DI. 78.10. —9 BUSINESS MAN. will buy 1943 Packard or Bulck sedan with low mileage, all cash Call CH. 0800; after 7 p.m., CH. 9124. —11 Itlll FROM bona fide private owner. Full OPA price, cash. No Junk or dealers. North 4070. Il» CHEVROLET J940, or similar clean car wanted from private owner: will pay cash. Call Owens 0070. —9 ROPER Is still paying the best prices for automobiles. Call ROPER. DU. 9705. 12* STATION WAGON wanted by private buyer: will pay all cash for car lu good condition. Temple 3584. • VETERAN needs car badly for his business. Some one please give a helping hand: can gay up to *700. Phone Alexandria 1777 etween 7-9 p.m. 9* CAR WANTED by private owner, any make or model, in good condition. MR. HODGES, GE 4900. —1 I ! VETERAN NAVAL OFFICER wants good dependable car. Can pay cash. Call LT. j^ORENSON, AD. 2400. —IS ^ I iXot This SiFTT® Goren on Bridge North and South vulnerable. Weal deals. * Q85 VAQJBt 0 754 * K 10 The bidding: West North East South 1 NT Pass Pass 2 Pass Pass Double Pass Pass Pass Opening lead, two of hearts. A player who seems not to be able to make up his mind about a hand is a menace to his partner. I do not here refer to the type that takes a long time to make a decision. There's nothing wrong with that unless the other players at the table are unduly restless. I mean the player who makes a bid manifesting a certain attitude toward his hand aijd then on the next round for no special rea son assumes a different attitude. Such a player is a dangerous part ner, because he mav have made a response indicating that he has a weak hand, and on the basis of which you stretch a point to go to game, fully confident that since he has annonuced a lack of interest in the proceedings he will not get you into trouble. A moment later he bids a slam. Another case. You open with one spade on a minimum hand. Partner responds with two no trump. This announces that he has the equal of an opening bid and is therefore in terested in game. Nothing is said about anything more than game. You dutifully go three no trump with some doubts, when suddenly your partner invites a slam by bid ding four no trump. You pass but it is too late and you are down one. "Partner, if you were interested in a slam, why didn’t you say so in the first place?” you justifiably com plain. “You could have indicated you had more than a two no trump response by immediately responding with three no trump. Your bidding was the same as responding to the opening spade bid with four no trumD.” *964 S>87 0 KQ62 * 9762 * A 32 VK62 0 A J 10 + A543 * K J 107 Another scene frequently enacted: Your partner opens with one spade. You are persuaded there is game in the hand,.though partner may have a minimum: and your hand contains a few high cards. You jump to three spades, forcing to game. Partner in vites you to bid a slam by going to five. You now make a sporting bid of six spades, whereupon he goes to seven and is set one. You see how helpless you are. If you pass five you miss a slam. If you bid six you find yourself in seven. All because partner could not make up his mind. If you know you can make six bid it and dont ask partner to do so. If you ask your partner to bid a lit.tlp slam, he is accepting that invitation and not an invitation to go to seven. In today's hand East, would appear to be such a player. First he passes his partner in one no trump and then he doubles the opponents in two hearts. It seems intonsistent but actually it isn’t. It was his opinion that his side did not have enough cards to score nine tricks at no trumps yet he felt that it would be easy to take six or seven tricks against the enemy. His reasoning was that the no trump bidder could be counted on to take four defensive tricks and that his black suit hold ing was good enough to develop two to three tricks In the play. He was right, The defense took seven tricks and scored 500 points whereas it is extremely doubtful that they coul have gotten away with nine tricks as no trump. With the best defense a game contract could not be fulfilled. (Copyright. ]94S, by Chgrlos H Oor»tO. Take My Word for It A Point of Usage. W. W. of Asheville, submits a question which many other readers have sent to me: “An announcer, following a newscast, says. ‘Your reporter has been John Doe.’ Is it correct to use the present perfect tense in this manner?” Answer—The construction, which grammarians call "present perfect tense.” represents action which be gan some time in the past, and which has been completed at or has been continued to the present moment, as. He has been speaking for 30 minutes: I have always saved my money! she has written to me for years; I have come to the end of my lecture. Hence, “Your reporter has been John Doe” is not actually ungram matical. As a matter of fact, (he grammar is above reproach. How ever, in logic it is weak, and in sug guestion it is disturbing. Such a statement seems to say: "Your re porter at some indefinite time in the past, became John Doe. and he will continue to be John Doe until he stops speaking. Then, he will not be John Doe.” “Your reporter has been John Doe” gets the cart before the horse. It is not your reporter who has been John Doe; it is John Doe who has been your reporter. LAFF-A-DAY *•* ^*“■• *■*»*• **• "*** "** —"* •• ‘Now you listen to me for » ;hange, Alice!” Lt I I tK-UU I CONSENT Fourteen line* TURNIP Impression TEMPLED Reduced to liauM EDGEWISE Kind of footwear LATCHES Scent bat □ D n n Remove one letter from each word and arrange to spell the word called for. Print the letter opposite the word from which vou have removed lt. If you have "Lettered-Out1 correctly lft assaying ves sel. Answer t* Yesterday’* Letter-Owt. <D> CANDOR-ACORN (nut). (E> ECARTE-TRACE (copy). (T) CLOISTER-RECOILS Us dismayed). lE' EBONY-BONY (ossified) (R) SEVERER-REEVES (Sheriff!).