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WATER FRONT PROPERTY.
MVUU BEACH, on CbtMPdlct Bay— Summer home* end building sites. Write for catalogue Box 17. Mayo. A. A. Co.. Md. SEVERN RIVER ESTATE—4'.g acres with over 400 ft. of water from facing the Severn, with wonderful view, safe harbor, modern dwelling and 2-car garage, in per fect condition: 5 bedrooms. 2 tiled baths, large 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. Sunday; and nights call Mr. Jones. Severna Park 34-W. CHAS. H. STEFFEY. INC , Realtors, 18 E. Lexington sl„ Baltimore 2. Md. MU. 2412. —28 LAKE JACKSON—A 12-mt. lake, .21 ml.. Va . 2 mod. log cottages, stone fireplaces, bathrms.. complete kits., running water, elec.: 1 water front. 1 close by; 1 lurn.. 1 unfurn.; prices $4,750 and $5,500, terms. Immed. possession Call Manassas, Va. 79-F-4 or drive out. —11. WILL BUILD AND GIVE long term lease lor your business, home, or lease the land alone; loc. on Wilson blvd. at Arlington Ridge rd. in Rosslyn. Ample parking pro vided. 20-350 aq. ft. HERMAN SCHMIDT, Woodward Bid. NA. 9267. —24 LOCH HAVEN BEACH is desirable, beautl lul. sandy, gradually sloping: perf. bathing bcgch. wonderful hgrbor. docking facili ties, fishing, boating, yachting, sailing. A real summer resort. Lge. wooded and open bldg, sites, reasonable prices. Conv. terms. 25 miles from Wsshington. reached by Benning rd„ Central ave.. Route 2. Turn right at airport, Annapolis rd.. and left at sign to beach. Representative on premises Sun. and daily, or call LOCH HAVEN BEACH. INC.. NA 8552. —26 WATERFRONT COTTAGE: 30 miles D C: all modern conveniences: 2 couples: Sept. 1 through 15th. $25 week each couple. Write S. F. BEDERMAN, Deale. Md. —22 LONG BEACH—Lots and cottages for sale. Representative on property every dav Finest bathing, fishing and crabbing: care fv.i'y restricted. Turn left to shore at St. Leonard. Md,. Solomons Island rd • COTTAGES for rent. August 26 through Sept.. 2: Calawassee. Edgewater. Md.t mod ernly equipped: beautiful wooded section, sandy beach, boats; no drinking. TR. 1472. _•»•> SOUTHERN MARYLAND bargain. Potomac River and Piney Creek. St Mary's County, 2V» acres beautiful sand beach, good an chorage, fine trees, 8-room dwelling: lur nished, suitable all year occupancy. 3 baths, lavatory, steam heat (oil burner), electricity, garage *12,500. Also acreage tract and home sites. LEONARD SNIDER. La Plata. Md. —33 PICTURESQUE WATER FRONTAGE — Woodland interspersed with bridle paths, boating on navigable streams and easy ac cess to the Chesapeake: swimming, fish ing. hunting: somewhere in Washington there lives a man who has accumulated a goodly share of this world s goods and longs to settle down where life is a con tinuous pattern of healthful days and restful nights. That man will appreciate the remarkable value In this 750-acre country place, located in the western-shore eountry of Southern Maryland: a home of brick, practically new. rests on a high prominence overlooking about mile of ■water front. The writer has seen no love lier view of Its kind. Service quarters are also of brick, including a four-car garage There is a new horse stable, truck garage and implement shed. The price of Si5.00o would scarcely cover cost of improvements. There are 200 acres cleared, gently rolling and draining well, balance wooded Lo cated about 55 miles from Washington. KHLLEY <fc BRANNER DI. 7740; evening. OX. 2630 or OR. 5280. LOTS FOR SALE. *50 DOWN will make you a landowner. A few %-acre lots left in a new 50-acre development on Coletville rd., near Sliver Spring, Md. Full nrice. *1,000. Call until 9 o.m.. KAY REALTY CO.. RA. 2200. BERWYN HEIGHTS. MD.—Wooded home aites overlooking Maryland University; 50x125 ft. and 50x200 ft; from *600 to *1.500 for cash in August. Many veterans now live in this community; the more the merrier. Phone Tower 4807 Address 8403 58th ave.. BERWYN HEIGHTS CO. 1 • WESTMORELAND HILLS. Washington's highly restricted community, attractive! wooded lots now available from *2.750, Call MR WHITE, OL. 6336; eves, OL. 6924 —°6 BUILDERS AND INVESTORS, attention! 38.000 sq. ft., zoned for apt. house: level land: ready to build; */a blk. from bus and ahopping center: Brandywine st s.e : 46c per sq. ft SCOTT SANDERS. TR. 7563 ARLINGTON and Beverly Hills. Va.—Large: wooded building sites. McKEEVER AND WHITEFORD, DI. 9706. —23 WOODMOOR—Excellent building site, in best section of beautiful Woodmoor. most popular planned community in the Silver Spring area, where 200 individually de signed homes were built and sold promptly prior to Pearl Harbor: 70 to 125 ft. front ages. including large sites fronting on ColesvUle rd., as low as *1,450; only a few left; plat and literature on request. Phone for appt. to inspect. GEORGE J. MOSS. Realtor. 8H. 2600 or 6760. 22* I UAt-ACKt BUILDING SITES in nearby Springbrook Forest—a beautiful, rustic 200-acre development, where careful plan ning and protective restrictions assure in creasingly high values and freedom from encroachment. A perfect setting for your future home. 2Vi miles from Woodmoor Shopping Center in Silver Spring area, 26 minutes’ drive from downtown. Prices from SI,650 for 1 or more acres, averag ing less than 4 cents per square foot, in clude fine paved roadways, with no assess ments of any kind; cash or terms; litera ture and plat on request. GEORGE J. MOSS. Realtor. SH. 2600. 22* LOTS—Choice wooded lets: paved streets, curbs and gutter, sewer and water, ready to build on. in a hiehly restricted com munity, Woodhaven. Md. Cali DEIN, WI, 6611. —23 OFF 16th ST. N.W.. beautiful Shepherd Park (2 blocks no. of Kalmia rd.l—Large lots. 50 to 100 it. frontage, any desired depth, priced from *2,760 up. SHAPIRO. INC., 1106 Vermont ave. n.w. ME. 1717. —23 FOREST HILLS. D. C., nr. 28th and Bran dywine sts.—00’ frontage on easy terrace; owner leaving city and has priced right for quick sale. Call Mr. Kamons, with LEGUM A GERBER REALTY CO., AD. 7800: eves., OL. 1362. —22 2>« ACRES located in Woodside Park area of Silver Spring; *6.500. Call TED L. PRICE. NA. 1388: eves . SH. 1316. —22 BUILDERS—28-lot subdivision, near Silver Spring, ready to go, approved for colored GIs. $16,000, will divide. R. H. BEST. WI. 7790. —23 KENSINGTON—4 miles D. C. *800 up. can build for GIs. R. H. BEST. WI. 7790. —23 REAUTIFUL CORNER LEVEL LOT, in con venient and desirable part of Silver 8pring: reasonably priced at *1.950. For lurther Information call Mr. Frederick, SL. 6664, with BEITZELL. ON 16th ST. N.W.—50 by 205; near Holly *t n.w.: reasonable lor quick sale. RA. 8700. The natural beauty and the 3 to 10 acre 160 LOTS; paved streets water, sewer, gas electricity to be had and available; bus j service Price. *1,000 per lot; in the Cheverly high-grade-home section, on mam paved boulevards. Let us show you these bargains. To be sold as whole. BEALL TURNER A CO.. 1105 Vermont ave , Ran dolph 0885. National 6131. • CHEVY CHASE LOT. located on good cor ner of Wisconsin ave. with 127-ft. front age; 9.944 sq. ft.; priced to sell at onee at *5.260. Call Mr. Kitchen, OR. 2244. EDWARD E. CALDWELL. —23 SILVER SPRING—New Naval Lab. neigh borhood; 2 lots, each 130xi80. beautiful high location: *1,100 each; also avail able adjoining lots, wooded, with brook, *1.000 each. ROBERTS E. LATIMER, 7733 Alaska ave.. GE. 1270. —25 * LOTS, restricted. Battery Park, Be tbesda, 60x145, on grade; ali utilities, street, curb and sidewalk: trasp., schools, stores and churches within 3 blocks. Call WI. 5826. 9 to 11 a m., 6 to 7 p.m. —23 NEAR CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY—Beauti ful bldg, site facing Mich. ave. n.e., con taining 48,000 sq. ft., large enough for 75-unit apt. bldg, and 3 stores; property has 1st trust of *34,500; price only *65, 000 Call Mr. Kamons. OL 1362, with LEGUM A GERBER REALTY CO , AD. 7800 —°3 VIRGINIA FOREST—A few V«-acre lots, some with towering trees, in one of Vas most beautiful and established commu nities: all utilities in: easy terms; re stricted. REAL ESTATE SERVICE. INC, 4763 Lee hwy.. GL. 0561. —22 KAVENWOOD—An opportunity to obtain a choice of several lots in this desirable section, so seldom offered for sale. Your future home will be protected by careful restrictions to maintain the present high caliber of both owners and construction REAL ESTATE SERVICE, INC , 47 63 Lee hwy.. GL. 0561. —22 TOWERING OAKS, beautiful dogwood and a lily poo! on this 1-aere site located with in 1 mile of the Washington Golf and Country Club, in nearby Fairfax County, with a frontage of 225 ft Will have a definite appeal for those interested in a wooded homesite. Priced *2.750. GEORGE MASON GREEN CO 2840 Wilson blvd . Arlington. Va. CH. 3838, eves, and Sun . OL 6615. —23 lui o IN j'wwn or Falls Church— Street, sewer and water in and paid for on 10 of these lot*: offered for sale as a whole. OEOHOZ MASON GREEN exclusive agent. 2840 Wilson blvd., Arl Va. CH 38.78; eves, and Sun.. GL. 3838. —"3 SI .2SO--IN NEARBY ARLINGTON—Lot 60x150: city water and sewer in and paid for GEORGE MASON GREEN CO., 784(1 Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va. CH 3838 eves and Sun.. OL. 0615. —23 53.073 SQ. FT. of land facing two sis : aide alley: close to Walter Reed Hospital 2.n£fi/2,r 5u‘ck sale- * *1,500. CRANE * HELAN. Realtors. SL. 40110 .—03 TWO BUILDING SITES. 40x110, on Un derwood st.. bet. Oth and 7th n.w . close to everything; price. $0,300. CRANE & HELAN Realtors. SL. 4000. —23 ONE-ROOM HOUSE, lot 50x160; rich soil near stores. bus. schools; nice location $1,500. BRILEY REALTY CO., UN 1174. NEAR chevy CHASE CLUB—Two” very desirable lots, 60x200. In one of the finest sections of Chevy Chase, priced right for fidjck sale For Inspection call LEE REAL TVCO_. ?32 17th st. n.w NA. 0421 —23 WOODMOOR, In Silver Spring—Corner lot ' aewer. water, etc.; 8.250 sq. ft price' S.175. MCCAULEY REALTY CO SH 12. —eg ’ th AND ALBEMARLE N.W.—BO.OOO ft , at 25c per ft ; will trade for house. NA. 8740 and EM. S551. 05 BUILDERS, ATTENTION—Up to 40(f lots available now. In beautiful Lewisdale. lo cated on Ritas rd , 1 7/10 mi. Irom D C line. 1 mi. from Univ. of Md. Office on property^ Open by appt. only. J. C. LEWIS owner, UN. 4174. —‘>5 SILVER SPRING, near Colesville, 30 choice lots approximately Vi acre each: these lots are aproved and ready to use: price $12,500 CRANE to HEI.AN Realtors. SL 4000. eves., SH 3011. —24 BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. VA., near Beverly Hills area, all conveniences, near schools, churches. etc , sire 60X100; price $1,500. Phone DE. 4030 2r, GEO. H WILLIAMS CO.—Attention GIs and builders! Lots available on Edmond ston rd : Vi mile from transp.; $350 and UP Pedersen. UN 2200. —23 ON SO. PORTAL DR.. 1 sq. west of lHth At,, facing Rock Creek Park—Two beautiful lot*, very reasonably priced. For further information call eve.. Mrs. Cogswell. AD 4360. with HENRY R TRIPP 3705 Ga •ve n.w , TA. 1220. Exclusive., HAVE YOU SEEN GLEN HILLS? If you have, you know its beauty. If you have not seen Glen Hills, why not enjoy the pleasant ride out and see for yourself? The natural beauty and the 1 to 10 acre restricted homesttes may appeal to you I»rive through Rockville west 2 miles on route 28 and turn left at the Glen Hills sign: representative on the property. MARVIN SIMMONS CO . OL. 3500. k LOTS FOR SALE (Cent.) *®« AND “BRANDY WINE N.W~._90x108. Irregular; $6,750. NA. 6740 and EM. 9551. CHEVERLY. MD.—Lot 50x224. alPutill tles. paved. 1 blk. to bus. near schools and stores. Cash price, $1,250. FR. 4198. — 1 _ _LOTS WANTED._ | FAY CA8H lor lots id D. C or nearby Md. SCOTT SANDERS, TR 75B3._ ___ *_ACREAGE FOR SALE. BEAUTIFUL TRACT, suitable G1 homes. Ji’j' *.c„r,s' on Old Dominion dr.. 6 miles [foul Wash. Price. $13,500. CLINE & »v&££!&' „Va • • Ehnwood 308. —25 APPROXIMATELY IH ACRES of nice roll ing land, several nice bldg, sites. Small portion wooded with large trees, very rea sonably priced at *550 per acre as a whole: ~0 minutes from D C. Many other large end small acreage tracts in Arlington and Fairfax Counties for sale. H.- A. DARNE. GL. 8n73. —22 70-ACRE TRACT In Fairfax County, near Falls Church; trunk line sewer runs through property, water available soon: can be cut into small lots: this property is priced for oulck sale and is an excel lent bur at only *800 per acre. ROW LAND A WOLFORD. 118 E. Broad st„ Falls Church. CH. 3421. —25 WOODED LAND. 55.000 sq ft , in Vir ginia. faces 2 gravel roads. J5>* miles to D. C.. bargain, $795, terms. HINES. EX. 0127. _ _22 TEMPLE HILLS. MD,—33 acres of beauti ful rolling land, fronting on two roads, one hard surfaced; ideal for a beautiful home; less than 5 miles from D. C : small down payment. Call MR. PUFFEN BERGER. AT. 2299. —25 A TRACT OF 40 ACRES, located opposite Meadowwood, in Montgomery Countv. with entrance on Colesville rd. and only 2’* miles from the new Naval Research Lab This property is priced $500 per acre and should be interesting to any one wanting to acquire land in this fast-growing, close in neighborhood. CRANE A HELAN, ex clusive. SL. 4000: eves., FR. 6539. —24 ril.Ml UtUKliES COUNTY, MD.—16 acres. 3V» miles D. C. line, overlooking beautiful Henson Valley. Has 226 feet elevation: reached via S. Capitol st. ex tension to D. C. line. Worth your atten tion If in the market for a close-in scenic tract of land. EX. 274<i. _26 NEARLY 0 ACRES, 4100-ft. frontage on Marlboro pike, near Andrews Field $5,500 cash. WEST REAL ESTATE. Call Mr Wood. HI. 13S3-J. _25 OVER l MILE, FRONTAGE on River and 1 Bradley Rds., opposite Congressional Country Club. You are to be the judges if these are not the most beautifully landscaped hills for your home at the Nation's Capital. River road is the *onr of Mass ave., extended. FULTON R, GOR DON. owner. 1427 Eye st. n w. DI. 5230 ttl 8 p in. Brokers attention. —24 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Old Bladens burg rd., 'a mi. from Four Corners—Ideal locatior for new subdivision, approx. 5',a acres, only area not subdivided, close to Indian Springs Country Club; best offer Will be accented Franklin, UN. 2200. —23 OEO. II. WILLIAMS CO.—Silver Spring— Lot 1 blk off Colesville pike. 81x126. cor ner. wooded, restricted residential street: all brick homes in section. SL. 3000 —"3 COLORED—'a ACRE of land for sale. 10 minutes from downtown Wash. Quiet neighborhood, located 3 miles above Chain Bridge on > a. aide: busline blocks away. Cali OX. 4223._Reasonably priced._24*_ FARMS FOR SALE. ISO ACRES of good farmland In Mary land. 2tt miles from Silver Spring. Md.. on a country road—12-rm. old house and barn: a good buy: $14,600; some farm implements, including tractor: some house hold furnishings, one dairy house. 7 run ning springs, creek of good water, rock quarry, 4 acres in pasture. 35 acres in timber, good set up for fish pond Ex clusive E. S. PRICE & CO . ME. 3850 or PL. 1231, —26 MONTGOMERY COUNTY—If you ale in terested ill buying a real farm at prewar price, we invite you to look at this one 30 miles D. C., 311 acres. Chester loam soil. State road to entrance and an all weather road running *•. way around farm., 20 acres timber land. 35 acres bluegrass, , balance in high state cultivation; 9-rm I frame dwelling, good condition; water, elec tricity, telephone: very good tenant house.! modern 30-cow dairy barn and dairy house. 2 silos, excellent bank barn 4 5x80. lge barracks, double cornhouse and wagon! shed, other necessary buildings; priced fori quick sale. $23,500. Cost fit improvements exceeds asking price. CRANF. & HELAN. Realtors, SL. 4000: eves., Gaithersburg 114-R. -—23 IN THE HUNT SECTION of Fairfax County, Va.; horse farm of 64 acres, very fertile land, fence and cross fence, nice spring stream, lge. 9-rm. bouse, in good condition; beautiful setting, very lge horse barn, 14 box stalls, tack room and feed room: loft for 90 tons of hay; hard-surface rd.. 16 miles to D. C.; priced $26,000; 130 acres adjoining available. Shown by ap pointment. FRENZEL, McLean, Va. Elm-i WOOD 378. —36 OPEN SUNDAY. 11 to 5—190-acre to bacco larm Dear Prince Frederick. 9-room house, completely furnished: tenant house. 3 barns and equipment. Directions: Turn left on Dares Beach rd. (2 miles before Prince Frederick), and turn left again on next road, take next left opposite small church and continue in to property about ** mile. Call Mr Fisher, with BEITZELL, DI. 3100 or Glebe 4400. Ext. 095, for fur ther information. GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Mont. Co., near Damascus: 83-acre farm, fully stocked; house, barn, tractor, plows and wagon; livestock; 100,000 ft. of timber ready to cut; $12,500 Hime. SL. 3000. —23 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—70 acres, heavily timbered; 3 mi. west of Waldorf. Md.. j 0/10 mi. from hard-surfaced rd.. on good gravel; small creek through property. SL. 3000. —23 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Colesville rd.: Lovely 0-rm. brick on 23-acre farm; 3-rm. apt. over double brick gar.; excel, cond.; beautiful lawn, outside open replace: ex cellent for subdivision: 8 mi. of Silver Spring. Hine, SL 3000. —23 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—189-acre tobacco farm. 55 miles from D. C ; 10 rms. Farm < reduced $2,000 for quick tale. Kelley. UN. 2200; eve.. WA. R550. —23 i GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—38 acres, 7 miles from D. C, on hard-surfaced road: 5-rm. Cape Cod asbestos-shingle home; 400 chickens; 2.000 tobacco plants in field. 0 acres of corn. 4 a. hay. IVp acres potatoes: 40 hens. 2 milch cows; all farm equipment; $400 an acre: excellent for subdivision, nation or tieney, uri. _;ou. —23 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—59-acre farm. ]4 miles from D. C; 40 acres cleared: large 6-rm. house In good eond . all mod. conv. In home: large hardwood barn. Wes son or Loughry. UN. 3201. —33 PATUXENT RIVEK. Calvert County. Md. ■—Farm and country home: 62 acres, ap proximately 50 tillable: finest tobacco and general farming land on State road 5<> miles from Washington: in neighborhood, large estates: beautiful view overlooking! river four miles wide: small river front age: sand beach: excellent fishing and hunting: quaint remodeled Victorian cot tage with modern kitchen and bath, part ly furnished for Immediate living: fire places. lovely setting: beautiful trees: old boxwood and shrubbery, some fruit: two god-as-new tobacco barns, stables, other buildings, good fencing: water in all fields Ideal retirement farm for relaxation and profit. *18,000. Box 47-B. Star. • ONE OF THE MOST DELIGHTFUL farm estates in Loudoun County, thoroughly modern 12-room house, 5l-a baths, 6 bed rooms. large storage room. auto, stoker, excellent water system, beautifully land scaped. unusual view, good barn, 3-car ga rage. all necessary outbuildings in perfect condition. 50 acres of Virginia's finest land, 30 miles from Washington. Long frontage on main highway, 1 mile from Leesburg. Possession 30 days after settle ment. Priced for immediate sale. THOMAS & CO., phone Vienna (Va.) 125; eves., Vienna 111-J. —25 232-ACRE STOCK FARM. 80 miles from D. C 4 miles off main highway, in Loudon County, Virginia: 40 acres in virgin oak timber. 192 acres in 5 fenced and cleared pastures: 5-room home built in 1790; new .’.-car garage with apt. above; large stock barn, numerous outbuildings, small truck garden; this farm priced to sell immedi ately. Call EX. 8730 during week or OL. 2180 eves. —22 A HOME In the country 133 acres ol ■ beautiful rolling land, just 1 hour’s ride; from downtown Washington: 75 acres are I now in pasture; 2 fine ever-running streams: 5-room absestos shingle house in good condition; running water and elec tricity in house barn and several farm bldgs.*ln need of some repair: located 1 mi. north of prosperous little town ol Damascus. Md. Owner being transferred, must sell; terms. Call Mr Sheirburn. with D. H. JOHNSON CO , NA. 829U, RE. 5212: eves.. Pleasant 8495. —23 120-ACRE stock farm located near Goose Creek: 7 miles south of Leesburg: price. 89.000. RAV BARNEY. Vienna 218 —22 8MAI.L FARM FOR SALE, dwelling and aDour n acres or land, located on kouic near Clarksville, Md.. known as the Mar Key Kennels between Highland and Clarks ville. Md.; price. II .'1.50(1 possession with deed being sold to settle an estate. GEORGE I. BORGER. 043 Indiana ave n w. NA 0350; eves, call WO. "049. —23 111 ACRES. 12 miles north of Gaithers burg: 110 acres tillable, about 20 acres woodland, balance meadow; 2 never-failing streams: farm faces hard road; improved with a 8-story stucco frame house. 0 rooms and bath, modern kitchen, elec tricity, stove heat, basement: bouse situ ated on a high knoll: plenty of shade; garage: frame dairy barn with IK stan chions; 34-ft. frame silo; double corn crib: large bank barn: several chicken houses; 3-rm. tenant house: all buildings In excellent condition: small orchard: will include the following personal property: 30 milk cows. ] reg. bull. 12 milk cans, milk pails, stools, cooler, refrigerator and boiler. K-ft. binder, corn binder, lime spreader, John Deere wagon, ensilage cut ter and belt, disc, model B Allis-Chalmers trartor with plow and cultivator: farm is rented to April 1st, 1947; purchaser pays Va expense and receives V* of proceeds: #25.000. FRED B. CUSHMAN. 510 Fred erick ave., Gaithersburg. Telephone 8911. Closed Thursday, open Sunday. —31 1« ACRES, Prince Georges Co.. 5 mi D C line: over 750-ft. front, on Tucker rd : barn, chicken house: 8-story frame dwell ing. elec. In. tel. avail : has no plumbing or furnace: $3,500 should modernise, make beaut, home. Price is *7.650. about $3,500 e»*h, ®uySir from owner. Call MR GII.LIOM CO. 2876 lor spot. —83 DAIRY FARM FOR SALE—Fully equipped modern dairy farm. 60 acres of beautiful rolling country, all clear, f, miles south of Alexandria. Va. 2 black colts, 3 and 4 years old. 8-room house with bath, in excellent condition. Electricity, h-w.h. new oil burner with summer and winter hook-up. 50-tree apple orchard. Can be seen bv appointment. CHAUNCEY At i CLARKE. 684 King si . Alexandra. Va | Alexandria 5220: eves . Alexandria 2737, 174 ACRES, combination type farm and i mountain home, over 1.500 ft. elevation, i Beautiful view. 8-room . house, barn, poultry houses and other buildings. 5 | acres farm, 3 apple orchards. 4(1 pasture and brush 26 wood* 110 ml. from D. C.. In West Va. Must be seen »o be appre ciated Only *4,200. Ce'l O'cwav 5310. CATTLE AND GRAIN FARM of 370 acres. In the Warrenton. Va.. area: 211 acre* pasture land; 89 acres of cood timber; 76 acres crop land: watered by a large year round trout stream and numerous springs; Improved by amall new dwelling house and good tenant auarters: a flOfl-bnshel corn crib, garage, etc.; on a good state hwy . with a beautiful view of the Blue Ridge Ml*.. 55 mtlea from D. C.; no*' pas turing a large herd of cattle: owner re '1 ^ rli*n«»>1..*18.500, terms. RALPH CRAIN. CH. 3269. OX. 2191. sr FARMS FOR SALE (Continu«d). IT,MO—40 acres, ideal for turkeys, poultry or cattle: fi-rm. new house and outbldgs. pjenty of water; 5-minute ride from Luray or Stanley, Va. Terms. WM. J. SAMP SELI,. R F. D No. J, Luray. Va. 2fi* *•*<-ACRE FARM, located about 15 miles southeast of Warrentqn, lge. 7-rm. house with extra lge. unfinished rm . house is In excellent condition, electricity in house, car., some other outbldgs.. land is rolling with about 1 acre m woods and timber, lge. stream, on State highway; bus to Wash, passes tile front door: priced *0.85(1. SENATE REALTY CO., Realtors, 1 Inn Eye st. n.w.. EX. .1:270. —32 218-ACRE FARM—Vets, approved, located about 45 miles from the District between Warrenton and Fredericksburg; ige. ri-rrn. house, part cellar, good bain and other outbuildings, very fertile rolling land, run ning water for pasture, plenty ol stand ing timber, about 125 acres cleared: can arrange mm terms SENATE REALTY CO.. Realtois. 1108 Eye st. n.w., EX. 3270. _FARMS WANTED. 1 "‘Mi, PAY UP TO *30,000 CASH lor good old brick or frame farmhouse within miles of Washington, suitable for gen tleman's country home; acreage not as im portant as condition and design of house. In reply, give details and minimum cash 1 price Box 1M-A, Star.--‘if,_ _MONEY TO LOAN. BROKERS. ATTENTION—We buy "mf trust notes ori D. C., Md. and Va. houses and farms. FULTON R. GORDON, 1427 Eye st. n.w DI. 52.10 until S p.m. —Ill mo^ey on first and second trusts: prompt action, reasonable rates; nearby Maryland. Virginia or D. C property. THE AMERI CAN CO . 807 15th. NA. 803" 1st AND 2nd TRUST LOANS—Prompt and courteous service. Before borrowing call COLONIAL INVESTMENT CO. 817 Oth st. n.w RE 0050 MONEY ON SECOND TRUST — We will buy second-trust notes. D. C nearby Md SlnJlJL. « son a bi e rales NATIONAL MORTGAGE A- INVESTMENT CORP.. 1312 N. Y ave n.w National 5833. ROME LOANS—Low monthly payments, including principal, interest and taxes. PIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAl* ASSOC.. 610 13th st n.w DI. 2370 SALARIED LADIES—If you need money, see Mr. Green (strictly confidential!. Also second and third real estate loans NA TIONAL FINANCE CO., 1014 K st. n.w, _LEGAL NOTICES._ ALBERT A. JONES and ALLEN m7 JONES, I Attorneys, __ National Press Bldr. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. (17.703. Ad ministration—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the Stale of Vir ginia has obtained from ihe Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Helen Patien. late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims agains, the deceased are hereby Warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the sub scriber. on or before Ihe Kith day of Au gust. A.D. 1047: otherwise thev may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 10th day of August. 10411. CLIFFORD L CORBIN. Fairfax Va. (Seal! Attest: MELVIN J MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court._au22.2»sep5 EUGENIO M. KONBUENA, Attorney, Earle Bldg, DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 87.550. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the State of Mary land. has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Jane Hodges, late of the District of Columbia, de ceased. AH 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 3rd day of July. A D. 104": otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 10th day of August, 1048. H HAMLIN HODGES 5 East Klrkt St., Chevy Chase 15. Md (Seal I Attest: MELVIN J MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for ihe District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probale Court, _au22.29.se5. WARREN li. WAGNER. Attorney, Invest ment Building. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Colum bia Holding a Probate Court,—Estate of Lavlnia (J) Hingston Claflin. Deceased. —No. 87.724. Administration Docket J43 —Application having been made herein for probate of the last will and testa ment of said deceased, and for letters testamentary on said estate, by Warren H Wagner It is ordered this J.tth day of August. A. D. 1048. that William Oeorge Hingston. Mrs. Emily E. Parr, Carrie A. Hingston. Charles R. Hingston. Philip Hingston. Edward Hingston. Mrs. Ethel H. Porteous, Mrs. Alice C. Beveridge. Mar karet L Hingston. Mrs. Edna H. Miller, Mr-v Ethel H. Praisewater. Emory Hing ston. William T. Hingston. Victor R. Hing ston. Mrs Muriel J. Ford. Mrs. Gladys I. Scoit, Wilford V. Hingston. Richard Hing ston. Alan Hingston. a minor. Mrs. Joan Hmgston, custodian. Nelson Cardiff. Robert Hingston, George Hingston, Harold Hingston. Ernest Cardiff. Harold Cardiff, Mrs. Berva C. Dennis, Lloyd A. Hingston, Mrs. Coia T. Hawkins. Mrs. Carrie A. Cruickshanks. William Clifford Hingston. Mrs. Mary m. armur. ana all others con cerned. appear* In said Court on Tuesdav, the 24th day of September, A. D.. 1846, 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 Reporter” 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 re turn day. Witness, the Honorable BO LITHA J. LAWS. Chief Justice of said Court, this 13th day of August. A. D. |g46 'Seal, i Attest: THEODORE COGS WELL, Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court _ aul6.23.28.se5 PAUL B. ELCAN, Attorney, Colombian Bnilding. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 86.965, 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 Prances Christine Echard, also known as Christine Francis Echard and Christine P. Smith, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the de ceased are hereby warned lo exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscribers, on or before the 31st day of July, A D. 194',: '"herwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under our hands this oth day of August, 1946. BIRD H DOLBY. 3494 K. I. Ave . Mt. Rainier, Maryland. WILLIAM C SHIPLEY. 6307 20th Ave. HyattsvIIle. MO_(Seal I Attest: MELVIN J. MAP.OUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court.__au8, 15.22. NORMAN E. SILL. Attorney for Plaintiff. _ 1663 K St. N.W. Piled Aug. 6. i 946, Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Civil Division —Harlech R Evans. Plaintiff, vs. Henrlette D. Evans, Defendant.—Civil Action No. 35791.—ORDER OP PUBLICA TION-ABSENT DEPENDANT.—The objeat or this suit is absolute divorce. On mo tion of the plaintiff, it is this 6th day of August, 1946, 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 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 Washington Evening ,said day <S> ALEXANDER HOLTZOFF. Justice. (Seal.! A True Copy Test: CHARLES E STEWART, Clerk. By ELEANOR E. JOBE, Deputy Clerk. _au8. 15,22. 1.EO N. McGUIKE, Attorney, 937 15th St. N.W. Piled Aug. 16, 194 6, Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States for the District of Co lumbia—Elizabeth L. Hunter, 160s «ue St. N.W.. Washington. D. C.. Plaintiff, vs. guwelJ D. Winslow, Margaret G. Winslow. 816 14th St , Oakland, California: Me Larhien Banking Corp, loth and O 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 *a,^ei,G' Wln*low. and to obtain the can cellation of a promissory note dated July 37, 1845. in the sum of S3.400.00, payable to the defendants and signed by the plain tiff, said note now being Irt the possession ol the McLachlen Banking Corporation On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 6th dav of August. 1946, ordered that the defendants, Russell L. Winslow and Mar garet G. Winslow, cause thejr 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: other wise the cause wilt be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided, a ropy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star before said day. (Si ALEXANDER HOLTZOFF Justice. (Seal.) Attest: CHARLES E STEWART. Clerk. By ELEANOR E JOBE, Deputy Clerk au8.15.22 ♦ SAMUEL W. McCART. Attorney, »23 15th St. N.W. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED Slates for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court -—No. (17,4.11, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia has obtained from the Probate Court ol the District of Columbia. letters of Administration on the estate of George J. Morrison, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons hav ing claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenti cated. to the subscriber, on or before the 14th day of June. A.D, 1347: .otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 13th day or August. 1841). MARTHA A PEDERLINE. 5121) 6th st. n.w. (Seal ! Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. _ au22.29sep.*> JOS. G. BUTTS, Jr., Attorney, 221 Southern Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED I States for the District of Columbia, j Holding Probate Court.—No. 117.(11)8. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice I That the subscriber, of the District of ! Columbia, has obtained from the Probate i Court of the District of Columbia, Letters ! Testamentary on the estate of Irving Luzerne Camp, Jr . late of the Dtatrict of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against ' the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 8th day of August. A.D. 1347; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this utb day of August. l»4fl. SALLY HOLMES CAMP. 1613 34th St. N.W. (Senl.) | Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES Deputy I Register of Wills lor the District of Co llumbls, Clerk of the Probnte Court. gul&,22,29 *» LEGAL NOTICES (Cant.I JOSEPH NOTES. Attorney ter Petittoner, 1104 H St. N.E.. Washington, D. C. Piled Aug. 6. 2946. Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States lor the District of Colum bia.—In Re Application of Patricia Anne Warters. by her mother and nAt friend. Hazel Kathryn Landman, lor change of name—Civil Action No. 70176.—Patricia Anne Warters. by her moher and next friend. Hazel Kathryn Landman, having hied a complaint for a Judgment changing her name lo Patricia Anne Landman and having applied to the Court lor an order of publication of the notice required by iaw in such cases, it is. by the Court, this Oth day of August. 1946. ORDERED that all persons concerned show cause, it any there be. on or before the .list dcy ot August. 1940. why the prayers of said ermplaint should not be granted: Provided, that a copy of this order be published once a week for three consecutive weeks belore said day in The Washington Eve ning Star and the Washington Law Re pouer. (S.l ALEXANDER HOLTZOFF. Justice I Seal. > A true copy. Test CHARLES E. STEWART, Clerk. By ELEA NOR E JOBE. Deputy Clerk._au8,J5,22_ BARBOUR * DAWSON. Attornaya, OUT MeLachlen Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 67,709. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That 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, Jate of the Stale of Mary land. deceased All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouiheis thereof, legally authenticated, to the sub scriber. on or before the 71st day of July, A.D. 1947: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this nth day of August. 1946. MABEL T NORRIS, 7 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.lii.-T2. ARTHUR H. FORD. Attorney, _._Woodward Bldt. i DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNITED States for the District of Columbia, j Holding Probate Court.—No. d7.,‘Jl)5, Ad-1 ministration.—This is to Give Notice.: That the subscribers, of the District of Columbia, have obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters Testamtntary on the estate of William F. Richard. Jate of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the sub scribers, on or before the Ifith day of July, A.D. 1947; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under our hands this 12th day of August. 1946. MARTHA THACK ERAY. CHARLES W. THACKERAY. (Beal.) attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. CIerk_ot_the_Probate_Court._aul S.22,2b. 4RTHUK C. KEEPER. ARTHUR C. ELGIN, Attorneys. Washiniton Loan and Trust Bldr. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED _for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. tST.ddb, 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 Pearl Cole nder Pierce, late of the District of Colum bia. deceased. All persons haring claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers (hereof, legally authenticated, to the sub scriber, on or before the 24th day of July, A.D. 1947: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate Given under its hand this 12th day of August. 19411, THE LINCOLN NA TIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON. By: RICHARD A. NORRIS. Vice President. 'Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL, Register of wills for the District of Colum bia. Clerk of the Probate Court. __ aulfl.22,59. , OLIVE B. LACY. Attorney. DISTRICT CODRT OF THE 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 esiate of Mattie Atkinson, late ot 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 subscriber, on or the :sist day of July, A. D. 1947: otherwise they may by law be excluded liom all benefit of said estate. Given my. h,nd this 31 st day of Juiv. 1 , OLIVE B. LACY. 603 Colorado Building (Seal i Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the Dis trict of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate 9°urt.__au8,16,22 JOHN H NEUBECK. Attorney, 1385 ~ ,. National Preaa Bldg. DIi™OT COURT OF THE UNITED h^b’ui 0' thtU ?lstrlct of Colum “'-“'-.HoWinr a Probate Court—Estate of Etta R Crovo. Deceased.—No. 67733. Administration Docket 143.—Application having been made herein for probate of the last will and testament of said de ’ * ®,nd vfor. ifttyra testamentary on bv John H. Neubeck it ia or ,d'rfd ‘hl" 13th day of August. A. D. 1946, that George C. Nash. Mabel L. Butchyard, Mary Billingsley. Pear! Baker. Thomas E Rogers and Elizabeth Cosby and all others concerned, appear In said Court on Tues d?y„ th« 34 b day of September. A. D 1946. at 10:00 o’clock A. M.. to ahow cause why such application should not be ?P?he-d ..ufieu,notlce b*re°f be published In the Washington Law Reporter’’ and The Evening Star." once In each of three successive weeks beiore the return day herein mentioned, the first publication to be not less than thirty days before said rf SUitu^,Ti' Witness. Honorable ° BO LITHA J LAWS, Chief Juitice of said Court, this 13th day of August. A. D I 9JJ), fSeal.) Attest: THEODORE COGS WELL. Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. ___au 15.22.29 R. SIDNEY JOHNSON, Attorney at Law! Union Trust Building, Washington, D. C. Piled Aug. 20. 1946, Charles *. Stewart, Clerk IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Co '/!HRISTTNE MAGRUDER, et al. Plaintiff, ys. MARY SUE MAGRUDER, De fendant.—Civil Action No. 12,994.— ORDER NISI.—R. Sidney Johnson and James J Hayden, Trustees, having re ported gale of Lot 61, in Square 4063. im proved by premises 1238 Neal Street Northeast, situate in the City of Washing ton, District oi Columbia, to Carmela Campagnoii for Seven Thousand Dollars (*7.000.00), it is this 20th day of August, 1946. ORDERED, that said sale be ratified and confirmed by the Court, unless cause to the contrary be shown or a higher oiler acceptable to the Court be made on or before the Oth day of Septem ber. 1946. at 10:00 o'clock AM., at which time objections to said sale will be heard and higher offers considered, pro vided a copy of this order be published once In the Washington Law Reporter, and The Evening Star Newspaper, at least d,^s p£ior the lasl mentioned date (S' F. DICKINSON LETTS. Justice’ (Seal.' A True Copy. Test : CHARLES J^PWAR?’ Clerk. By CLARA F. Co“ NELL. Deputyj:icrk._ __ _AUCTION SALES. __TOMORROW. ADAM A. WESCHLER Sc SON, auctioneers. Household furniture. Including groups and odd pieces, new white enameled wrought iron frame solarium dinette table and chairs, nested and cocktail tables and fern stands to match, new bamboo gola rlum groups, flreplace brasses, General Electric and Leonard retrlgerators. lawn mower, aas range, tent, electric fan» and heater. Inner-spring mattresses, spiral and box springs, portable electric pressing ma chine, bath towels, etc. By order Viola B. Hawley. Executrix estate Btanley Q. Kitchen. War Activity Organisation and others. By auction at Weschler's, 905 E st _n w,. tomorrow. commencingWjUO a.m. ~_~ FUTURE, AUCTION SALE of valuable property front ing on Potomac Rlver-»-Pursuant to the authority contained In a certain deed of trust from Ethel M. Horner and husband of record In the Clerk s Offlce of Northum berland County. Virginia, in Deed Book 88|'. P-Ke ,331. the undersigned trustees will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder in front of the Courthouse at Heathsville. Virginia, on Saturday, August 24, J94R. at 2 o’clock D.m . the following prooertv: All that certain tract of land containing one hundred and lortv (140) acres, more or less, with buildings and improvements thereon, including a handsome, modern home, known as Vernon Farm or Brick Hcuse. fronting on the Potomac River and Pressley's Creek: it K1.?* iPe ,famt Property conveyed unto !“>*> M Horner by deed from Richard Tippett and wife, of record In the Clerk's Office of Northumberland County, Virginia, in Deed Book Z, Page 787. to which refer ence Is made for a detailed description of i)l,e.PI'2PertJ.„7>rm* of sa,»: Cash. A. A CRALLE. GORDON LEW 18, VINCENT HARDWICK, Trustees._aul 8.20,22_ _GARAGES FOR RENT. 3 GARAGES, rear 5219 Conn. ave. n.w-; 85 tier mo Call NA. 0714. _“o GAKAGE ,f°* KENT. 20X20: just com pleted: full-sized overhead doors. On, L at. n.e. Can be seen from Tam to 8 6 m. _*•>« OUBLE GARAGE with loft. BOO sq. ft : near Glebe rd. and Wilson blvd. Suitable fog storage. GL. 5007 _ GARAGE FOR RENT, rear of 2B47 Conn. inc:. cq.Ta"?. oryt»r;_ Apply *92° _GARAGES FOR SALE. GARAGES, wood or steel frame, concrete floor, insulated, fireproof, plain or over head doors; sizes, J. 2, 3, 4 car capacity Bungalows, factory, storage, steel mili buildings. Easy terms. Call for estimates. DUPONT IRON WORKS, 1186 18th st. n w NA. 3780 or WO. 3258 eves. 22* FACTORY BUILT, slats 12x20 and 20x20 STRAND BUILT, overhead doori. Easy terms. Immediate delivery. Visit our dis play of models. 1109 Jefferson Davis hwy.. Arlington, Va. Open » a.m. to 9 p.m., Sun day and holidays, or phone JA. 3184. GARAGE, fully equipped. Including ton truck; good inventory, low rent, good lease, best location In town, showing excellent profits. EX 9857._ —25 GARAGES WANTED. GARAGE OR WORKSHOP wanted. Call iTR. 7525 —22 ! DOUBLE GARAGE for repair work, near 1209 block Florida ave. Phone TR. 1974 _ • AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS. NEW-TYPE TIRE RECAPPING by the Den ! Nap electric process: beautiful tread: 2 hour service: electric-treated lections If your tire is cut. See your tires being re capped at ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. Wash ington’s Largest Pontias Dealer. 1437 Irving st. n.w. AD. 8509. 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 tour ing. Low priced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. 1437 Irving st. n.w. AD. 8600. Wash ington’s Largest Pentiae Dealer. NEW AUTO PARTS, guaranteed rebuilt transmissions, grills, hub caps, generator, starters, auto glass Installed. J. L. BREN NER & CO.. 1940 Montana ave. n.e. PR. 1940. i AUTOMOTIVE M ISC ILL'S (Con>.) NEW AUTO PARTS, guaranteed rebuilt tra nun lesion a. trills, hub caps, venerator, starters, auto glass installed, j. L. BREN NER A CO., 1MO Montana ave. n.e. FR. 1040. TRUCK BODIES REPAIRED and welded to pass Inspection; new bodies made to your requirements. Truck bodv dept , FRED S GICHNEH IRON WORKS, INC., 1814 24th st. n.w.. Republic 3418, PONTIAC OWNERS. ATTENTION! We have just received large shipment of good quality seat corers In popular colors. They will also fit other models of General Mo tors cars. Prompt and neat Installation if desired. ARCADE PONTIAC CO., 143T Irving st. n.w. AD. S500. CAR REFiNiSHED — Now is the time to have your ear rtflnlshed by master painters In one of Washington's largest modern automobile plants. Prewar quality paint now available Stop in for free estimate now! MANDBLL CHEVROLET. 13th and Good Hope rd s.e . AT 4400 AUTO RADIO ANTENNAS. telescopic: SI.SO. MANHATTAN AUTO A RADIO CO . Tth at R sts. n.w., open today 'till I p.m. TRAILERS. FOE RENT—5-ft., 7-ft., 9-ft., 2-wheel au tomobile trailers: stake, box and dump tyDes, hour, day or week: complete with hitch. RENT-A-TRAILER CO . 3203 Lee hwy.. Arlington. Va. GL 8820. AMERICAN SCHULT TRAVELO. Howard, Zimmer house trailers for aale. 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 It a.m. to 0 p.m., Mon. through Sat Stockroom open 8 a.m. to « p.m. dally. Sat , 8 a.m. to 1 p.m Closed all day Sunday. AMERICAN TRAILER CO.. INC.. 4031) Wis. ave. n.w WO. 3231 SAVE ON HAULING—Rent all-steel utility trailer, stake or covered. Also boat trail ers, by day or longer: rental hours. 8 to «; closed Sundays. Pick ud trailer Sat. afternoon for Sunday. AMERICAN TRAIL ER CO.. 4030 Wisconsin ave.. WO. 3231. NEW AND USED house trailers on 12 to 24 month term.. Metal luggage trailers. Painting and repair service: also acces 5SI15.si.-P*ih.lar rcur trailer. RICHTER TRAILER SALK. Route 1. Berwyn. Md. Tel. Tower 6036 TRAILER, (1) wheel luggage fSporlsmanl: waterpioof. streamline, custom built, small type: $185. "ROPER," 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 22* LUGGAGE TRAILER. 8'-ix3'i. wood con struction. waterproof: can be locked: box type. CH. 7870. —22 1943 TRAVELO—3 rooms, new tires, per manent bed, excellent condition. CANARY TRAILER PARK. Rt. 1. Berwyn. Md. 23* NATIONAL COTTAGE MODEL, 19 ft., good cond. BLANDY'8 TRAILER COURT. Call Olympic 9835, ask for Mr. Rowing. GMC BUS. make ideal trailer: good motor and tires: $295. 2818 Evarts st n.e. —27 GOOD CLEAN TRAILER—See until Sundav eve. SPRING BANK TRAILER PARK. 1 Vi mi. so. of Alex., opposite Penn Daw Hotel. 24* HOUSE TRAILER—T must sell 1940 Palace. 18 ft., sleeps four, looks like new. Ocfio Poplar ave., Takoma Park. Md. 28* GRANITE. J,4.ton. rack 7'x6'. 4 x5' fitted (arp„ new cond. 141 Irvington s.w , Apt. 2-B. End Nichols ave. >5* UTILITY-LUGGAGE TRAILER—Real bar gain. $75. OR. 6338. * WANTED—21 to 27 ft. house trailer, fac tory built,_Phone_LI. 4900. 23• AUTO TRUCKS FOR SALE. AUTOCAR DUMP TRUCK, selling cheim: International panel, 1944 tractor and trailer. JJB It.: excellent cond. 1800 Blad ensburg rd. n.e. TR. 9267. 22* FORD TRUCK, tan body, new motor. See at 101JL2 Renfrew rd., Silver Spring. Md. HLi. 3 4 7. _OR INTERNATIONAL EXPRESS 1940. lVa-2 tm. Call MI. 1872 alter 5:30 p.m. —22 CHEVROLET 1930 ton and a half: sold as Diice.' STANARD LINEN SERV 1659 Fort Myer dr.. Arl.. Va DODGE 1942 1-ton panel truck: duo rear tires, excellent condition: *735, within OPA celling. Phone AT. 9066. _04 INTERNATIONAL 1936 IV,-ton: stake body. *400. 1321 Maine ave s.w. —24 LA SALLE 1931 with pick-up body, built sturdy enough to haul over 1 ton. Motor In perfect condition and has four brand new Goodyear tires: *575. Call chestnut <225 after 5 p.m._ ___23* ARMY SURPLUS TRUCKS bv Central Motor Co., authorized GMC truck dealer— A new group of trucks just received. 50 to choose from: some new, all guaranteed. Stakes—1942 Chevrolet, Hi tons: 1942 ouc. 2*/i tons: 1939 International, 2 tons; 194.1 Studebaker. 2 Vi tons, 0x0 Dumps—1942 Chevrolet. I Vi tons: 1940 Dodge. lVi tons: 1942 GMC. 2Vi tons. Tractors—1943 White, model WA-128. air brakes. 11.00-20 tires: 1941 Federal. 3 tons. BX brakes. Semitrailers, new—10-ton platform and stake, air brakes. 11.00-20 tires; under low celling. Command car—1941 Dodge. Vi ton. Caterpillar tractor — Allis-Chalmers. 12 tons. CENTRAL MOTOR CO.. 314.3 Lee hwy., Arlington, Va. Dally and Saturday, 8 to 6; closed Sundays, July and August. CH. 7000. To reach: Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn right onto Lee hwy. <Route_211 or 29). drive I Va miles, AUTO TRUCKS WANTED. PRIVATE PARTY urgently needs panel truck; will call at your convenience, pay cash. Tele. LI. 5455. —2« HALF-TON PANEL TRUCK, In good cond Call EX, (1947. MR. .STANLEY._—22_ AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. VETERAN desires general hauling: any time, anywhere; refrigerators a specialty; new truck; reasonable. ML $360, J(xt. 72. LIGHT HAULING; veteran:, reasonable rates. HO. 4451. -29 DONKEY'S TRASH REMOVERS — Dailv service. 2015 Clagett at. n.e., AT. .6138. ^ANTRCCK, large or small jobs: experi enced help: prompt aervfrt; reas. rates: local and long distance, TA..g9B7 23* AUTO PAINTNO. AUTO FAINTING and body work; eatl <5f,teL "‘TS?, *ven!n** week ends at 901 No. Quincy it., Arl., Va. CH 6174. AUTO FAINTING—Complete Job, *3?)' up, work guaranteed. GILBERT, 4102 Pa ave. ext, le. LI. 3539. !_MOTORCYCLES._ SPECIALIZED REPAIR WORK by experts on all model motorcycles: replacement cylinder reboring. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SALES, 111! 9th st. n.w. RE. 0911 HARLEY-DAVIDSON 1 94 1 80-OVH fast est motorcycle In town: will take car in : trade, or sell. Call ME. "980 after 5 o ni ' or days. £L 5001 •>••• GIVE THAT MOTOR A BREAK, let us I give It a complete checkup. Adjust chains, carb. valves, points, brtkes. controls, grease machine and change oil. Indians, land Harleys, Si.511 plus material. All ! British machines *2 plus materia). Con scientious service. CYCLE CENTER. 912 Oth st. n.w.. EX. 0811. —31 | USED 1946 NORTONS, ready for Immedi ate delivery: A. J. S. and Matchless within - weeks: see them now BRITISH MOTOR CYCLE SALES, "014 M st. n.w , RE. 5073. !*? MOTORCYCLE, H.-D., for sTle' at 1931 11th st. n.w . bet. 4 pm. and 7 pm Wednesday. MOTORCYCLE, 1946 English. A. 37 8., 350 C. C.; has 1.500 miles; private owner, must sell. SH. 7020. —24 1938 HARLEY-DAVIDSON. 74 flathead, new carburetor, coll and plugs, clutch bearings, brakes, battery and wiring. 752 Atlantlc_lL_se. AT._8240.__--25 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALR BUICK 1942 special 4-door trunk sedan: low mileage; runs and looks like new. within OPA ceiling, *1.475. O. W.-Tourist Court, 3 mi. *o. of Alexandria, Rt. No. 1. BUICK 1942 special station wagon: excel lent condition; looks and runs like new G. W. Tourist Court, 3 ml. so. of Alexan dria, Rt. No 1. •>"• BUICK 1938 4-door sedan; good mech cond.; *650. Within OPA ceiling. 6640 N. 5th at., Arlington. Va . OX. 1283. • BUICK 1940 T-passenger Limited: In good shape: *1.500: *500 below OPA celling TEMPLE MOTOR CO.. 1810 King st . Alexandria 3055. —23 CADILLAC. 1940. good condition, radio, heater; OPA, Sl.700. RE. 6700, Ext. 77 244. ■ CHEVROLET 1938 factory-built 7-passen ger tsxicab; leather upholstery, sliding roof; below OPA. Price, *760. SIMMONS MOTOR. 1337 14th st. n.w. NO. 2164. CHEVROLET 1942 station wago’ru"'l5 months' low-cost terms through U. C I. T.; OPA price *1.686. SIMMONS MOTOR. 1337 14th st. n.w. NO. 2164. Chevrolet. 1939, sedan, good condi tion all around: *860, within OPA ceil ing. JA.- 1559-W. 23* CHRYSLER 1941 New Yorker sedan; radio and heateiv fluid drive; low-cost terms for 15 months: OPA price *1,662. SIM MONS MOTOR, 1337 14th st. n.w. NO, 2164. —23 CHRY8LER 1934 conv. coupe: under OPA: *350. After 5 pm., 4353 Lily Ponds dr. n.e., Kenilworth. 22* CHEVROLET 1936 Master de luxe sedan: 4 new tires; motor Just repaired: aood running condition, ready to roll. Sell for *366. Within OPA celling. After 1 p m.. 1801 14th st. n.w. • <.'iiKiBLr.lv 1H37 airnow sedan: wrecked motor: chassis and tires a-1 condition. $200. under OPA ceiling, or best oiler. Phone, SL. 6971 after 6 p.nt. 26* CHRYSLER 1041 New Yorker 4-door se dan: In unusually good condition, far above average; 4 brand-new tires, r. and h.. vgcutrtetlc transmission. Trade and terms. Balance can be financed through local bank. Within OPA; $1,661. 22nd and L sts. n.w., DI. 9626. —23 CHRYSLER 1942 New Yorker 4-door se dan; perfect condition throughout, radio, heater, fluid drive; OPA ceiling. $1,932; 49.000 actual miles. LEEDS MOTOR CO.. 6100 Wisconsin ave. OR. 4407 —23 DE SOTO 1942; price. $1,447. Within OPA ceiling price. Will take small car in trade. LU. 2118. • DODGE 1941 four-door de luxe sedan; trunk- heater, clean: mechanically perfect; $1,085, within OPA ceiling. 801 H st. n.w. 23* DODGE 1940 taxi; good leather, good con dition; $786: within OPA ceiling. May be seen at 933 Maryland ave. s.w. 25* E88EX 1929 2-door sedan: 52.800 actual miles. Within OPA. $176. WI. 7978. —24 FORD 1931 Model A: good tires, motor In perfect cond.; $250, witbin OPA cell ing price. Call at 1352 H st. n.e., in alley. Also motor acooter, good cond., side car. $150. TR. 9630. FORD. 194:' station wagon, for sale with in OPA celling. Phone Temple 0358 or Temple 0641. 2.3* HUDSON 1942 2-door sedan, exc. mechan ical condition, fully guaranteed, less than OPA. $1,166. BENDALL PONTIAC. 1611 King at., Alex. Va. OV. 1600. —22 HUDSON 1941 convertible club coupe; low-cost terms. 15 months through U. C. I. T.; OPA price $1,536. SIMMONS MO TOR, 1337 14th st. n.w. NO. 2164. —23 HUDSON 1941 Commodore 8 sedan: radio and heater, vacumatic drive; 15-month terms through U. C. I. T.: OPA price $1,540. SIMMONS MOTOR. 1337 14th st. n.w. NO. 2184. —23 HUDSON 1935 4-door Sedan, good motor and tires, new carburetor, gear. $400 cash, under ceiling. PR. 3200. JEEP—1948 Willy* civilian Jeep, com pletely equipped: excellent condition; *1. 150: under OPA celling. CB. 2000, Ext, 101*. S3* 1 CROSS-WORD PUZZLE HORIZONTAL 1 To subside 4 Girl’s name 9 Resort 12 Card game 13 Offensive 15 Highwayman 17 Halting place 18 To hasten 19 River in Siberia 21 To guide over the snow 22 To sustain 24 Photograph 26 Marked by duplicity 28 Constellation 29 Palm of the hand 31 Behold! 32 To vouch 34 Gross 36 Symbol for neort 37 Buddhist temple entrances 39 Noah’s vessel 40 Isthmus in Southeast Asia 42 Prima donna 43 Colloquial: prohibitionists 44 By way of 46 Note of scale 47 Garland 48 Force with legal authority 50 Ophelia’s brother 54 Noisily merry 56 Solemn wonder 57 Wrath 58 Enclosures for skating 59 Hindrance VERTICAL 1 Sprite 2 Exclamation used to startle 3 Weeps loudly 4 Easy gait 5 Camel’s-hair garment Answer to Yesterday’s Punle. 6 Neglected 7 Artificial language * Cutting tool 9 Drenches 10 Pertaining to a ward 11 Ibsen character 14 Pronoun 16 Suggestion 20 Tropical fruit 22 Thick board 23 Extra supply 24 Arab prince 25 Shallow domestic vessel (pi.) 27 Essences 29 Trampled 30 Japanese length measure 33 Low note 35 Pertaining to marriage 38 King Arthur’s resting place 41 Passage 43 German article 45 Man’s name 47 Not so much 48 Greek letter 49 To sin 51 Diving bird 52 Female sheep 53 To brood 55 Two Points for Parents _By EDYTH Thomas Wallace Children’s future attitude toward obedience to law depends much upon their parents’ skill in gaining co-operation rather than resentment during early childhood. This 3 ", P/ IMTliw'lUltitir Not This Father—You know it isn’t safe to ride in the street. Will you remem mer not to or will we have to put your wheel away? Son: “I’ll remember, Dad. I’ll ride on the sidewalk.” Father—I’m going to whip you good if you don’t mind me and keep out of the street. Son (to himself)—He won't know' it if I ride in the street when he isn’t here. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (Cowl.) KAISER-FRAZER—Taking orders tor these sensational 1947 automobiles. CENTRAL MOTORS CO.. 3143 Lee hwjr.. Arlington, CH. 7000. OX. 0552. I.A SALLE 1939’4-door: good condition: $950. Within OPA ceiling. 1232 14th st. n.w., 8 to 6 P.m. Later phone WI. 7714. 24* I.INCOLN-ZEPHYR 1941 4-door sedan: will sell for las Is). OPA ceiling. $1,400. LENOX MOTOR CO.. 4801 Baltimore ave.. Hyattsville. Md. WA. 3482. —22 UNCOLN-ZEPHYR 1941 four-door sedan radio, heater, exceptionally clean, chauf feur driven auto; $1,786, within OPA ceiling. 801 H st. n.w * OLDS 1985 2-door sedan. $320 below OPA celling. WAGNER'S GULP SERVICE, 2324 Columbia pike, Arlington, Va., GL. 9118. —24 PACKARD 1941 180 sedan; many extras, liberal terms: OPA price $2,092. SIM MONS MOTOR. 1337 14th It. n.w. NO. 2184. —23 PACKARD 1940 4-door: Immaculate, used by doctor since new: OPA celling, $1,118. FLOOD PONTIAC. 4221 Connecticut. WO. 8400. —24 PACKARD 1937 5-passenger club coupe, 1019 model; a $385 motor Job Just com pleted: $1,396: OPA warranty. HAWKINS & SHIPLEY, Rockville 800. —23 PACKARD—We have a used 8-passenger all-weather town car, custom body by Brunn. This car delivered originally for $9,030. Mechanically and from appear ance standpoint it is far above average in every respect—the lype of car that reflects perfection of coach work and engineering design. We Invite your most careful inspection. Price. $4,500. which is below OPA ceiling. Demonstration by ap pointment: phone Mr Emge. HALEYS. 2020 M st. n.w , NA 1900. —25 PIERCE-ARROW T-passenter sedan: low mileage, completely overhauled: celling price over $1,500, my price $1.01)0: must be seen to he appreciated. MI 1940. —28 PLYMOUTH 1936 four-door trunk de luxe sedan: very good tires and good mechan ical condition. $396; within OPA ceiling. 801 H st. n.w. • rLiAiutTH 1939 4-door de luxe sedan; good tires, excellent mechanical condi iion. *01 (I. within OPA ceiling. NA. 1988 between 10 a m. ana 5 p.m. PLYMOUTH 1933 coupe with rumble seat; motor and tires In good condition: *276. Within OPA ceiling. Call Chestnut 7225, after 5 P.m. 23* PONTIAC 1935: passed D. C. Inspection: radio and heater: good condition. Within OPA ceiling. *486. Call GE. 4378. • STU DEB AKER 1937 Dictator 8-cylinder 4-door cruiser sedan; excellent condition; *476; OPA warranty. HAWKINS Ac SHIP LEY. Rockville 800. —23 TERRAPLANE 1936: new motor, new battery. 4 new tires, heater: #450: within OPA celling. Call WI. 1740. 22* WILL TRADE 1940 Pontiac club coupe, good tires, r. and h., for any ’48 car. HO. 9867, 23* BENAALL SPECIALS—1934 FcTd Tudor. *275: 1935 Dodge 4-door. *295: 1934 Chevrolet coupe. *360; 1934 Nash 2 door. $385: 1936 Chevrolet 2-docr, $385: 1935 Pontiac 4-door, $470; 1937 Stude baker 4-door, $473: 1936 Buick 4-door, $545: 1937 Packard 4-door. $565: 1942 Hudson 2-docrr, $1,165: 1941 Packard club coupe. $1,195: 1942 Studebaker 4 door, $1,395: all prices below OPA: open evenings until 9 p.m. BENDALL PONTIAC 1 Hi L King st., Alex., Va., Overlook 1600. —23 AUTOMOBILES WANTED. BUfcKS. Chevrolets. Fords- Pontlacs or any make of car that has had good care. We need them and will pay the highest celling price. SI HAWKINS. 1333 14th st. n.w. DU. 4466. BUICK. Chrysler. Dodge, Plymouth. Olds and Pontiac badly needed to supply de mand of returning overseas veterans. Highest prices paid for clean cars. Drive inside our modern parking building for appraisal or call Mr. Miller at EX. 4800, RANDALL MOTORS. INC., 1150 17th st. n.w. (corner 17th and Ml BUICK OWNERS, be wise, no limit on what I will pay. quick action: bring title. Drive 9» and see BARNES-SANDERS MO TORS. 1300 14th st. n.w., corner of N. —31 BUICKS WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars: any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 30th st n.e. Adams 8344. CHEVROLET OWNERS, be wise, no limit > n what 1 will pay. quick action: bring title. Drive In and see BARNES-SANDERS MOTORS. 1300 14th st. n.w., corner of N. —31 CHEVROLET OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. J. Dewey Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES, 4432 Conn, ave CHEVROLET. Plymouth. Ford—Will pay highest cash price for car in good condi tion Phone EX. 3870. —23 BUSINESSMAN will buy '42 or '46 Buick or Packard sedan: all cash. CH. 0800 un til 6_p.m., eve*. CH. 9124. —23 CHRYSLER OWNERS, be wise, no limit on what I will pay. quick action: bring title. Drive In and see BARNES-SANDERS MOTORS. 1300 14th st. n.w.. corner of N. —31 FORDS—Cash for your car. no red tape. SCHLEGEL Sc GOLDEN. 257 Carroll at., Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 3300. rORDS WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars: any make, any model. WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. 1 ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. FORD OWNERS, be wise, no limit on what I will nay. quick action: bring title. Drive in and see BARNES-SANDERS MOTORS. 1300 14th at. n.w., corner of N. —31 FORD OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 0754. Bob Terrett. CENTRAL MOTOR 8ALES. 4433 Conn. ave. NASH WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars: any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adama 8344. OLDSMOBILE OWNER8. be wise, no limit on what I will pay. quick action; bring title. Drive in and see BARNES-SANDERS MOTORS. 1300 14th st. n.w.. corner of N. —31 PLYMOUTH OWNERS, be wise, no limit on what I will pay. quick action; bring title. Drive in and see BARNRS-SANDERS MOTORS. 1300 14th st. n.w.. corner of N. —31 PLYMOUTH OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9764i Bob Terrett. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4433 Conn. ave. PLYMOUTH8—Cash for your car. no red tape. SCHLEGEL Sc GOLDEN. 367 Carroll sL, Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 3300. 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 ft. n.w. AD. 8500. A AUTOMOBILES WANTED (Cant.) PONTIAC OWNERS, be wise, no limit on what I will pay, quick action; bring title. Drive in and see BARNES-SANDERS MO TORS, 1300 14th st. n.w., corner of N. —31 PONTIAC OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754, J. Dewey Rice, CENTRAL MOTOR SALES, 4433 Conn. ave. STUDEBAKER WANTED—I will pay ihe highest cash dollars: any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344 TOP DOLLAR FOB TOUR CAR, regardless of make or model: Immediate cash. MAN HATTAN AUTO & RADIO CO.. 7th at R JtS B.w. Used car dealers for 81 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 you money, so come see McKee today! We 11 also give you a priority number to make you among the first to get a new Pontiac. For top prices see McKEE PONTIAC. 1828 L st. n.w, ME. 0400. TO GET TOP CEILING PRICE, call Bob Cook, COOK MOTOR CO.. N. H. ave. and L n.w. ME 8824. DI. 962B. ABSOLUTELY HIGH CASH OFFER— Don’t sell until you see us; need 100 cars—1930 to 1942 ears: absolutely high cash price. If car is paid for, will give you cash. If car Is not paid for. will pay off 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 lot, 1300 14th. corner N st. n.w. Open 8:30 to 5. closed on Sunday. Call North till for appraisal. AN HONEST PRICE for your Plymouth, Dodge. De Soto or Chrysler SID WELL BORN MOTORS. Chrysier-Plymouth deal ers. 80O0 Georgia ave.. SH. 4500 OUT-OF-TOWN CASH BUYERS available: be sure to get their big cash price for your car. Adams 8344. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES, R, I. ave. at 20th st. n.e CASH AT ONCE—Top-dollar prices at COAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-438 Florida ave. n.e. AT. 7200. Open evenings. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER will pay the maximum cash price for any desirable car. WHEELER. INC.. 4800-4820 Wis consin. OR. 1020. 8 to 6:30. Closed Sun. BRING YOUR TITLE and get highest spot cash lor your car. WORREL MOTOR CO.. 1563 Pa. ave. s.e. PR. 1039 HIGHEST CASH PRICES for Chryslers. Bulcks. Packards. Cadillacs. Studebakers. Dodges, Plymouths. Chevrolets. Call or drive by GENE CASTLEBERRY. 1640 Benning rd. n.e. PR. 5231. HOLD IT just a minute! To get the high est cash nrice for jour car. regardless of condition, make or year, drive in or call 17 Rhode Island ave. n.e. BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO. Open 9 a m until 9 p.m. CHEVROLETS—Cash for your car. no red tape. SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st., Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 3300. ALL MAKES OF CAR WANTED—Will posi tively pay top legal prices, any make, 1937 to 1942. Will call at home or office at your convenience. SIMMONS MOTORS. 1337 14th st. n.w.. NO. 2164. SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA SERVICE. 1126 20th st. n.w. District 9141. a DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME! Call “Roper" and get the best price for your car. Call ROPER." Dupont 9765. 24* EX-GI WANTS later model used car: willing to pay up to $1,300 cash TA. 5022 any time. —25 NOW IS THE TIME to call "Roper." It’s a known fact you'll get more cash. Call "ROPER." Dupont 9/05. 24* EX-GI URGENTLY NEEDS '37-’38-'39 car for business. Call Adams 0986 from 9 a m. to 8 P-m. No dealers. —22 VET. WITH CASH needs car from private owner: '40. '41 or '42 model. Call NA. 5425. Apt. 503. after 6 p.m. 22* NO ONE DARE PAY MORE for your car than "Roper"; spot cash. Call "ROPER.” Dupont 9765. 24* PRIVATE INDIVIDUAL will pay up to $2, 000 cash (legal OPA price only) for Cad illac or Packard 4-door sedan in flrst-class condition, low mileage. Call Mr. Crockett. COLONIAL PIANO CO.. NA. 2965. —31 PRIVATE PARTY wants Ford coupe or sedan. 1937 or later; all cash. PR. 2574 after 5 p.m. —23 EX-NAVY MAN needs '41 or ’42 club coupe for work, or any ’41 or ’42 car in good condition: from private party- will make you the best cash offer. Call EX 1000. Rm. 963. 6-7 p.m. 22* 1916 CAR WANTED immediately, any make or model; spot cash; veteran. Phone daytime RE. 0671. 22* PRIVATE PARTY will pay cash for light or medium car. 36 to '38. Phone Taylor 4799 after 6 p.m. 27* VETERAN, moving West Coast, urgently needs good lRte-model car. CH. 0066. 27* BUSINESSMAN will pay up to $1,200 cash for car. good condition, low mileage; pre fer Chev. club cpe. or Bulck, but any low mileage car acceptable. Call MR. BARR. Lincoln 6692. 25* *100 To *125 all veteran can afford: needs Jalopy lor work, school and wooing: will take anything. Call TE. 2705. 22* SPOT CASH for Chevrolet or Ford; price no object; what have you? Veterans. DU. 4067. VETERAN NAVAL OFFICER wants good late model car; will pay cash. Call AD. 2400. Rxt. C-2. any time alter 9 a m. —24 VETERAN NEEDS CLEAN CAR. '40 or *41. from pvt. party; cash. RA. 3367. —34 PRIVATE PARTY wants 1935 or '30 Chevrolet, Ford or Plymouth: cash buyer. Call FR. 8300. Ext. 607. eves, and Sun. —34 I HAVE 11,000 CASH to pay for good car; what have you to oiler? TR. 6778. PHYSICIAN, veteran. In need of used car: must pass D. C. inspection. Call MI. 1704. 10-12 noon. 2-4 p.m. 23* BY VET. Car In good cond. '37 or '38 Willys or model “A" Ford. Pref. cash. No dealers. TA. 8008 alter 5 p.m. 34* VETERAN urgently needs '32 to ’38 Plym outh. Dodge or Ford in good cond. Cash No dealers. RA. 6973 after 6. —24 VETERAN needs car. 1938 or later model, no dealers. Call 0:30 to 10:00 p.m. Phone GE. 7107. 23* PRIVATE PARTY will pay cash for 40 or 41 Ford. Plymouth or Chevrolet. Call GL. 0504 after 5 p.m. 24* NAVY VET. needs used car. prefer Chevro let, Butck or Pontiac, however, will con sider any make If In good shape. Phone DR. 4039. —25 VETERAN and family, living In suburbs, need-car, prefer 1936 Chevrolet. Tele phone 8L. 6679. —24 STUDENT needs light car to pursue graduate work. Will pay cash. GE. 7005. No dealers please. VETERAN urgently needs good used csr. ’36 to ’39 model for business. Plvv’e, BERNIK at NA. 6560. —24 a Goren on Bridge Neither Bide vulnerable. South deals. 4 A 0 6 4 <?K9 5 0 Q73 4 Q 7 3 4 J v 4 8 <?QJ108 w r <?A74 OK852 W * OJ964 4K852 * 4 J 10964 4KQ 10 7532 V 632 >0 A 10 4 A The bidding: South West North East 14 Pass 2 4 Pass 2 4 Pass 3 4 Pass 4 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead, queen of hearts. A great many points are lost at the bridge table due to a condition that arises from sheer boredom. The player who sneers at the dealer every time the cards are distributed and then turns to his kibitzer to inquire, “Have you ever seen a worse card holder?” loses points not only by reason of the aid t\pd comfort he affords the enemy, but because he is less prone to be alert to defensive opportunities that may arise during the play. “Give me the aces and kings and I’ll take care of myself,” is an oft heard battle cry. It’s not enough* You've got to take care of yourself when you get jacks and sixes, be cause it sometimes happens. South was declarer at the normal contract of four spades. North’s re sponse of two clubs was not made with any intention of being “psy chic” or even “fancy.” Holding’s high card in each suit, he felt that his hand was just a little too good for a mere single raise, and, there fore, elected to make a temporary bid with the intention of supporting spades next time. Actually, I do not agree with him. This hand is not rich in playing strength. A single raise would have done it justice and would have resulted in the same final contract. The queen of hearts was opened and three tricks quickly rattled off in that suit. The defense exited with a trump (right or wrong) and declarer saw little chance of making the hand. However, he led out all his trumps with the forlorn hope that the defense would guess wrong as to which of the minor suits to keep at the end. On the second and third trump leads, West; signaled in both diamonds and clubs. During all these goings on. East showed no particular interest. He discarded diamonds and clubs alter nately. showing no favoritism. At the end, West had to toss a coin and when it came -"heads,” he let go the diamond to declarer's glee. East had not been very helpful. In the first place, he could have sim plified matters early in the play by returning the four of diamonds in stead of the trump. This would have given his partner a count of that suit. Having failed to do so, he should have discarded methodically, by letting go all four diamonds in succession. This would have made it clear to West that declarer held the 10 of diamonds. Tomorrow s Problem. As North you hold: *85 <576 OQ972 AA7653 The bidding has proceeded: i West North East South ! 1 0 Pass Pass 2 0 iPass 3* Pass 3 <5 Pass 3 NT Pass 5 <5 ! Pass ? What do you bid now? (Copyright. 1846. by Chgrles H. Goitn) Take My Word for It By FRANK COLBY. English as She Is Wrote. The secret of good writing, said the great Anatole France, is'“First, clarity: next, clarity, and finallv, clarity.” For some time writers, students and teachers have been urged by this modest column to regard clearness of expression as being of far greater importance than the hair-splittings of gram mar or the desire to write "ele | gantly.” “I have discovered that many competent writers suffer from ■with-itis-'—an occupational dis ease which places the simple prep osition “with'' after the wrong nouns, producing such loony logics as Edmund Ware's in a recent issue of a popular, magazine: “• • • the creepy old handy man, whetting a scythe with gloves on.” In a current whodunit, Raymond Chandler develops with-itis on the very first page: “• * • she was the widow of an old coot with whiskers named Jasper Murdock.” And Mosser Mauger creates a he roine who could make nice money in a side show: “Her eyes were very round, beautifully set in a smail angular face deeply edged with pale lashes.” Now, of course, it is always stim ulating to read of such phenomena as scathes with gloves on, whiskers named Jasper Murdock, and faces deeply edged with pale lashes, even though they produce mental pic tures that are nightmarish. But with-itis is not always the cause of murky writing: faulty ref erence often produces loonies such as this in a radio commercial: “The Blank Co. has 60 years of making hats behind them.” Anatole France had the right idea. (Copyright, the Bell Syndicate. Inc., 194ft ) LAFF-A-DAY “Well, then, If you’re going to use your lawn mower this afternoon, how about lending me your golf clubs?” LETTER-OUT PENTAGON Ship's capacity ENTRANCE- ..~ A sutlers shop _ SEATED - . Mount LOADED rn Handed out _ , GARMENTS Unfamiliar 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's Baltic Barge. Answer to Yesterday’s Letter-Oat. (Ft FORCEPS^FRB8COM work of art). (U) BUSHRR-HKRBS (plants), lie) OmtllC-TKINO (preparing to (H) CHARTYR-TRACYR (marker), e-»