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WANTED—Small farm or acreage, on water, fishing: Improved or not; reason able. for cash Box 274-E. Star. 8* FINE HOME situated in Shady Side. Md.. on a lot 90x225, fronting on the West River with full riparian rights. House contains living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, 4 bedrooms, nice sleeping porch, front and rear norehes. all modern con veniences and Is nicelv furnished. This property is only 35 miles from Washington and amid highly desirable surroundings. A good harbor for boats and the West River is ideal for fishing, oystering, crab bing, bathing, boating and sailing. Schools, churches, shopping and transportation within 1 mile. This property can be in spected at anv time during the day by in quiring at Bra shear's store in West Shady Side. For further particulars. WILLIAM M. THOMAS. Realtor. 1703 Rhode Island ave. n.w., DI. 1703. Eves., Overlook 0447. —8 VIRGINIA WOODLAND—Generous build ing site, many large trees, gently cloning to widened Occoquan Run: excel, bass fish ing: opposite Ravcnswood,' 0 miles on sur faced road from Manassas; $200 up: ‘deal for summer or perm, home; electricity available. Apply on property or write ELLIS CROUCH. Manassas, Va. —8 BEVERLY BEACH—Lot for sale, 76x145; reasonable for cash. Phone Elmwood 488, or Box 188. McLean. Va._—8 ACREAGE FOR SALE. 2 TO 10 ACRE TRACTS. $800 an acre, opposite Meadowwood in Montgomery County. Md., with entrance on Colesville rd. and only ZVi miles from the new Naval Research Lab.: this land has a nice ele vation and is ideally sltuatM for homesltes CRANE * HELAN, Realtors, excl.. 8248 Georgia aye . SL. 4000. eves. FR. 6539. GLEN HILLS has so much to offer; Nat ural beauty, fine elevation, springs and brooks, excellent building sites, fertile soil, stables, careful restrictions, school bus, ac cessibility to proposed Northwest Freeway Drive through Rockville 214 miles west on Route 28, turn left on North Glen rd. at the Glen Hill sign. Representative on Property. MARVIN 8IMMON8 CO., OL 3.700. eves, and Sun. Rockville 606-W. —7 BUILDERS. ATTENTION—Approximately 90 acres, vicinity Annandale, Va.: high way frontage property; will consider sell ing In quarters. Also one 25-acre tract, 1.200-ft. highway frontage, same vicinity. Call Glebe 1179. 8* 70-ACRE TRACT in Fairfax County, near Falls Church: trunk line sewer runs through property, water available soon: ran be cut into small lots; this property is priced for quick salt and is an excel lent buy at only $800 per acre. ROW LAND & WOLFORD, 118 E. Broad at., Falla Church, CH. 3421; eves., GL. 8041. —11 APPROXIMATELY 20 ACRES. Fairfax County, $650 per acre. Approximately 2 acres. Great Falls. $1,100. 11 Vi acres. Old Dominion drive. $13,500. Approxi mately 40 acres, mountains, Fauquier County, good roads: submit offer. Phone GL. 8573. H. A. DARNE. Broker. —7 50 ACRES, near Riggs rd„ suitable for de velopment; about 5 miles from D. C. line: 5600 per acre. For appt . call WA. 5747. 300 ACRES at Laurel. Md., over >/4 mile lronting on hard-surface road; price, $135 per acre. WILLIAM KEMP. 2705 12th at. n.e HO. 0181. —8 CHEVY CHASE. MD.. 12 ACRES—A choice proposed subdivision, consisting of ap ¥roximately 12 acres, tentatively plotted nto 34 lovely building sites, most lots having 75 to 100 ft. frontage with depths varying 100 to 200 ft.: 1.3 lots front on im proved street with utilities. In our opinion it is attractively priced and will warrant prompt action from prospective builders. Another group of lots Just off Conn. ave,. near the U. S. Bureau of Standards. For full particulars, cal! Mr. Beaupre (over the week end, caU WO. 6169). THOS. J. FISHER & CO.. INC.. Realtori, DI. 6830. 70 ACRES—Sewer available, near Old Georgetown rd.: ideal for subdividing. Call Mr. Perry. OR. 2244. EDWARD E. CALD WELL. 5000 Conn. ave. —7 IS ACRES. 1.380 ft. on Contee rd.. 1.000 ft. off of Baltimore blvd.: electricity and transportation; suitable for subdivision; cheap. Call Mr Witt. WA. 2813; evenings, WA. 1869. J. C. LEWIS. Broker. —10 22 ACRES, 6 miles Fairfax Courthouse: year-round road; wooded; $120 per acre. tH. 1*3*. _ TWO ACRES IN FAIRFAX COUNTY. 10 miles from Washington: beautiful high, rolling woodland; 314-ft. frontage on all year road; nice homesite: $1,200, $120 down, $25 per mo. VERNON M. LYNCH & SONS. Office 7 miles out Columbia pike. Phone ALex. 6906; closed Sundays. —8 S3 ACRES, two tracts, one fronting Colum bia pike. 6 miles from Pentagon Building, good highway to Washington, several de velopments nearby. Box 117-E, Star. 8* VERY DESIRABLE tract of more than 100 acres in Prince Georges County. Close in. Right for development. All utilities on hand. 2.000 ft. frontage on main high way. Also fronts on 2 secondary roads. Beautifully rolling land. Here's your change to get first-class subdivision for priority building at less than $1,000 per acre W. ERNEST OPFUTT CO.. 1624 K it. n.w., RE. 3161; eves.,* 8H. 4841. —7 1 TO 10 ACRES, Virginia and Maryland; low prices, easy terras. JAMES E. MA HONEY. Woodward Bldg., RE. 2411. —8 14 ACRES IN NORTH ARLINGTON, suit able for subdivision, water and sewer avail able; $2,200 per acre. WRIGHT REALTY. INC . Mr. Clark. GL. 9166. GL. 2423 eve nings. —8 SMALL ACREAGE TRACTS for suburban estates, in nearby Va.; tracts of from 1 acre to 6 acres in restricted development. 9 miles from Washington: streets are in and many city conveniences avail.; some tracts are cleared, others are beautifully wooded, while some Join pretty little streams: sections of nice homes and large estates: average price $1,200 per acre. Phone GE. 7037. —8 HOMESITE—Ideal for the professional or business man who contemplates building a home in Montgomery County; 7 acres of gently rolling well-drained land of which about 2 acres are wooded. Almost 400 feet frontage on the main highway between Wheaton and Norbeck. Fruit trees and shrubs have been planted by the present owner who contemplated building his own permanent home on the site; due to cir cumstances he is moving to a distant State. The price is right for such a small acreage so near to the city. Call ME 1143 until 6 P.m. J. WESLEY BU CHANAN. Realtor. GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Attention, de velopers! University Park. Md. We have over 60 acres of land for development In this section This tract adjoins College Hgis. Estates and contains over 200 de sirable lots. Recently subdivided and ap proved by Maryland authorities. Utilities available for all lots; some lots on paved street Csn be sold on contract release basis to responsible party. Plat available. Peikln. EX. 8535. —9 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Edmor. Md., over 20 acres V« mile off Colesville rd. on hard surface road Electricity and tele phone lines svailable; fruit orchard app. 160x200; large picnic ground with fire place; nice creek running through property with concrete bridge; excellent site for swimming poo! near bridge. About ',4 of property in heavy timber: perfect site for country estate. Powers. 8L. 3000. —9 CHEVY CHASE. MD., 12 ACRES—A choice proposed subdivision, consisting of ap Iiroximately 12 acres, tentatively plotted nto 34 lovely building sites, most lots laving 75 to 100 ft. frontage with depths varying 100 to 200 ft.; 13 lots front on Im proved street with utilities. In our opinion ft is sttractively priced and will warrant prompt action from prospective builders. Another group of lots Just off Conn, ave., hear the U. S. Bureau of Standards. For full particulars, call Mr. Boothly. EM. 3348 lover the week end). THOB. J. FISHER A CO.. INC.. Realtors. DI. 6830. —8 40 ACRES lovely rolling land contiguous to the new Argyle Country Club with ap proximately 1,000 ft. frontage on. same, 2 ether sides of this acreage front on hardened roads and are available for im mediate sale. This property can be reached by drlvlnk north on Georgia ave.. turning right at the first gas station and general store about mile north of Glenmont School, continue n.e. on this road for about 2 miles to the 4 corners known as “Layhlll." The property is in the rear of a small group of buildings on the further left-hand side and runs along the side street for approximately 1,800 ft. The owner has authorised us to procure a pur chaser for the entire tract. The subdivi sion of this property should result in a good Investment. It is difficult to obtain any property around Washington fronting on a country club without paying a very high price. Exclusive listing Shown by appointment. 8ee Mr. Parsons, WEAVER BROS. INC.. Washington Bldg. DI. 8300. LOTS AND ACREAGE TRACTS as low as *25 down, commuting D. C O. L. MUR DOCK. Kensington. Md. 8H. 8794. Pleas ant 8602. —8 BEAUTIFUL HIGH, partly wooded, tract lor pvt est, or line for subdiv.; 15 to 27 acres: Va mi. from the Richmond or 1 ml. Shirley highway. A genuine bargain at *300 an acre: surveyor’s plat ready. OWN ER ALex. 5614 4 ACRES. 208-ft. frontage, on Metzerotte Soad. Berwyn. Md : $1,300 per acre. ERVIN tEALTY CO., Hyattsville 0334. Eves. WA. 1231. —8 SMALL FARM of 12 acres, near Palrland, SuLverWiUnG. MD.—26 seres of cleared land, facing Brookville rd.. at Olney, Md. perfect setup for homesites for building Excellent neighbors. Very reasonably priced at $20,000. Continuous running spring on property. Excellent listing with E. 8. PRICE * CO . ME. 3650, or call Mr. Ingram at Pleasant 1231. —16 54*0 ACRES adjacent to new 8. Capitol at. extended, near D. C. boundary. The South Capitol St. Bridge Is udder construction and will bring this property about 2 Vi miles nearer D. C. business center. This 600 acres adapted to walk-up apartments and a 60-aere shopping center for South ern Maryland and surrounding neighbor hood. FULTON R. GORDON, Owner7l427 Eye at. n.w. DI. 6230 till 8 p.m. Brokers, attention. —9 AT WRITE OAK, MD.—Adjoining the Na. val Ordnance Lahoratoy. 29 acrea, suitable for subdivision. 3-room cottage, stream through property. Owner. ANTON HORAK, White Oak, Silver Spring. Md. 8* 78 ACRES of fine, level land, 27 miles from D. C- . facing two good roads. Reply Box 21 D, Star. —-13 MONTGOMERY COUNTY. MD.—60 acres, adjoining property of Potomac Hunt: 1-milr road frontage on Olen-Travllah roads; the land with a future; come In on the ground floor. MORRIS GUREVICH, Owner. Tra vilah. Md. 8* 234 ACRES In Potomac Hunt section. This property Is well located for development Into ho;ne sites, fronting on two macadam roads: priced tor Immediate sale. Call Mr. Saunders. WI. 6740. with E. M. PRY. INC., 7240 Wisconsin ave —8 APPROXIMATELY 1 acre, nice frontage, on Leesburg pike, near Tysons Crossroads. Price, *1,900: easy terms. PRENZEL, Mc Lesn. Va, Elmwood 378. —9 28S-PT. FRONTAGE. Livingston rd.. 960 ft. deep. BVi acres, smsll stream on lower side, some trees, clear, gentle slope; lti miles from D. C. line; ideal for 6 or more nice homesltea; sold only as a whole: cash, $1,100 an acre. MR. THUMB, 6611 Liv lncston rd LO. 7629. —8 12 ACRES. 4-room bungalow on Little Paint Branch Just off Powder Mill rd. near U. S. farm. Beltsville. and U. 8. Naval Laboratory at White Oak. Md. Price, $10, *00: 'A cash. A. H. SEIDENSPINNER. Realtor. 6037 Balto. blvd., Riverdale. Md. WA. 1010. WA. 4668. —9 118 ACRES. 260-ft. frontage on Route 240 ■t Clarksburg. Montgomery County. Md Elec., tele., transp,. etc., at property. &r°T gulcklfk ACREAGE WANTED. ■QBE ACREAGE, within 5 miles of D. C. • lag, with or without small house: house feni Can KM. 7069 up to 12 noon Sun. 1 OUT-OF-TOWN REAL ESTATE. HERE'S TOC* VACATION HOME~ind~a jnug nshermjD's haven; Meal climate on Flonda a Quit Coast. Fertile homesltes. 1 to 6 * • fronting or nr. salt water, commu nity boat dock privll., hard rd., elec. Titles guaranteed. Priced as low as $300, $45 down, $lfj mo. tmmed. possession. Ftar beautiful Illustrated free booklet, write, or ?h. bet. 9 and 6. PAUL *. HARRISON. 1732 K St. n.w . MI. 1143. —8 LOTS FOR SALE, GREENWICH FOREST—Highly restricted oulet community where you will always be particularly proud to live. Only 13 home sites available; priced from $2,500 to $5,704: plots from y« to acre, beauti fully wooded, ideal grading: all utilities available and convenient to transporta tion. shopping, schools and recreational Jill ties CAFRTTZ CO. DI. 9080. —8 * WOODLAND, in Bethesda. Md.—50 highly desirable lots in an established, restricted community: all utilities available: con venient to transportation, shopping schools: lots are from 50x120 ft. to & th«» *1.057; seleet one of for Four home of to morrow: this is an exceptionally sound JumMs p“.ydedn,str«ti «k ne^'r SP*'**! price, $2,500 *°r ^nrcT11'5!0 f°r mt- Act quickly. W. ERNEST OFFUTT CO., 1624 K st n w.. RE. 3181 or 8H. 4841. —7 —An veTT lor/lj selection of homesltes, heavily wooded, perfect grade “Pd with all utilities available. Sites are „„Bu\ F°"r site now and be to build. Locate your home In one of Washington's best planned and re stricted sections when you can build. PAUL P STONE A EDWARD E. CALD WRLL.^velOP.r., 6000 Conn. ave. n.w. SUBURBAN, 4 miles from Silver Spring— Approximately 2% acres with 800-ft. frontage, beautifully situated on Veirs Mill rd. Priced for quick sale, $4,250. Our sign on property. CARLETON REALTY UO..48046 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring. ’ FWISDALE OFFICE now open on prop erty, fl a.m. to 6 p.m., daily and Sunday. Get your homesite today in this beautiful subdivision: approved for water and sewer. Buy now in this new section while you can pick your site to suit the house you Intend to build. Lots 60-ft. frontage and up, *950 up: terms Located on Riggs rd.. be tween Ager rd. and University lane; 1a miles from D. C. line. 1 mile from Uni versity of Maryland J. C. LEWIS, owner and licensed real estate broker. WA. 2813: evenings. UN 4174. —12 WOODED LOT in Palls Church. 75 feet by CLINE5*’ SMOOT.^3’~00 Elmwood_.'Hid. POTOMAC AVE. N.W. at Manning pi. n.w. Corner and adjoining lots comprising nearly 14 acre as entirety or separate. Exclusive sites for new homes. Long terms. Phone OR. 1782. _8 ROLLINGWOOD——One of few remaining homesltes this area: beautifully wooded 90x180 ft.: close to transportation: reason ably priced. For appt. call OL. 0928. —8 ATTENTION, servicemen—Twenty beauti fully wooded lots, for your selection, in Be thesda. Close to schools and transporta tion; facilities in: will design and build your home on lot of your choice. For ap pointment. WI. 8751; eves.. Sun., OL. 0928. 8 CHEVY CHASE view, MD.—Beautiful elevated level homesite fronting Conn, ave., 100x200; all utilities; sacrifice, $2, 950. OWNER. BL. 2416. —11 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—8ilver Spring— Good lot, located In Silver Spring at Woodslde pkwy. and Georgia ave. Iseli, SL. 3000: eve., SH. 9220. —8 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Desirable bldg, lots In Art. and Fairfax Counties. Martin, Owens ftftOft a COUNTRY CLUB GROVE, in better section of North Arlington—3 beautiful wooded lots: small stream flows through one of these lots; $1,050 each. WRIGHT REAL TY. INC., Mr. Clark, GL. 9166, GL. 2423 evenings. _a FORREST PARK. Arlington — Detached house lots, including all improvements, ready to build on. all utilities; bus stop on property; close to complete shopping cen ter. on beautiful Lee blvd. with Arlington County S only park on 3 sides. Large re stricted lots priced from $3,150, with H cash balar.ee terms. Call Mr Johnson McKEE VER * WHITEFORD. DI 9700; evenings. SH. 4518. _10 ON ROCK CREEK PARK—Highly desirable homesites _in Chevy Chase. D. C.. priced from $3.9o0. These lots are of excellent size, some wooded and some clear, all are situated on one of the highest .elevations in the District. Rock Creek Park, with its splendid recreational facilities immediately adjacent and excellent transportation and schools nearby, insures a highly desirable place to live and adeauate protection to your investment in a home. For further information call BEITZELL, DI. 3100. —7 IN THE HAMLET. Chevy Chase. Md.—80 ft. front., on wide blvd.; excellent location, near Conn, ave.; $5,000, Including ap proved plans for center-hall Colonial resi dence, designed for lot. Call WO. 2300 until 9 p.m. EDWARD H. JONES tc CO.. INC —8 BLADEN8BURG RD.—Approximately 1 >/< acres, 54,460 sq. ft., 164 ft. facing Bladena burg rd., 1st commercial; rear of lot zoned residential 40-B; desirable location. For information, please call JOSEPH PRICCI. DI. 5252; eves, and Sunday. GE. 0648. —7 APT. HOUSE SITE, 8,000 sq. ft., in good s.e. neighborhood; owner must sell, make an offer. EM. 2900 „ —7 BETHESDA—Beautiful lot, 60x150. all utilities in; near schools: bargain at $2,500. Call owner. MR. BERLIN. EM. 2900. —11 90 APPROVED BUILDING LOTS on hard road: sewer, water and electricity; near Landover Hills. Md.. $435 per lot. Call Mr. Puffenberger. AT. 2239 or AT. 2299. with C. D. MURPHY, 1401 25th st. s.e. —7 WESTMORELAND HILLS—Wooded lot, in fine location. 70x90 ft.; price reasonable. Call Mr. Powers, with D. H. JOHNSON CO., NA. 8296: eves . WI. 7535. —6 OWNER WILL SACRIFICE, beautiful lot of over 5 acres in Silver Spring subdivision, adjoining Oolesville rd. 35 min. to down town Wash., $7,500. Box 158-D, Star. LOT. 3.750 square feet, one block from Constitution ave., near Capitol, wide alley, rent on monthly basis. Call Republic 0393. 6* HILL CREST—Several choice lots in most exclusive area of s.e. Washington: 50x100 ft and larger: $2,250 up. T. D. BURGESS, 2524 Penna. ave. s.e. FR. 2802 till 9. —8 TWO OO-FOOT LOTS in the popular s.e. section on Alabama ave., near Fort Dupont Park. Lots are wooded and have sewer, water, gas. electricity, sidewalk and paved street. Ready to build on. $2,250. each. FRED A. SMITH. Realtor, exclusive. 1113 17th St. RE. *661. —6 BUILDERS’ AND INVESTORS’ attention— 28,000 sq. ft., aoned for apt. house: level land, ready to build: ’4 block from bus and shopping center. Brandywine st. s.e.; 7663 Per *q' ft’ 8COTT BANDERS. TR BANNOCKBURN HGHTS., Montgomery County. Md. Over % acre, wooded, re stricted community. Sale by owner at sacrifice. No brokers. Box 148-V. Star • LOT on Highwood dr. s.e. for $2,600 cash. Call Warfield 3508. • LOTS, 10.000 sq. ft., 70-ft. frontage. 3 blocks s w. Bethesda Bank. GE. 4422. OLD CHAIN BRIDGE RD., D. C.—Several desirable lots, *4 acre to acre each, overlooking U. 8. Govt. pk. and lying Just so. of Spring Valley. A. D. CRUMBAUGH, Realtor. 4908 Wis. ave., WO. 1364. 14-ACRE LOTS, fronting paved road, elec tricity and telephone; 28 miles D. C. line: $175 each, only $25 down, balance liberal h MURDOCK, Kensington. Md. fJt> H. WILtiAMS8CO:—Silver Sprtag8 1 block off Colesvllle pike. Wooded comer lot 81x126; restricted residential street. GEO."h® WHAiAMS CO.—Takoma ‘F^rk. Md. 2 adjoining lots, zoned for apts. or 2-famlly homes. Level; all utilities; near stores and transp.: reasonably priced. Dleudonne. BL. 3003. —9 GEO. H.WILLIAMS CO.—Silver Spring. Md. 76X100; nicely wooded and level: surrounded by lovely homes in an exclu £.'o • tmptPhere: clos* transp. Priced at $2200. terms if desired. Dleudonne. SL. GEO.' H. WILLIAMS CO.—Builders, atten tion! We have 10 choice bldg, lots, rea sonably priced. Sewerage, water now front proPerty. Mulroy. EX, 8636. —9 GEO. H. WILLIAMS Cd.—Fine, excel, bldg, sites on high land, near bus and shopping center and schools. Williams. EX. 8535. GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Builders. atten tion! 207 lots now available lor bide, of exclusive homes In desirable University Park. Md.; ranging from $16,000 and uo must be built. Land developed all around the subdivision. Lots may be bought In dividually In blocks of 10—to builders or may be bought as a whole for a reasonable discount. Hatton. UN. 2200. —0 ATTENTION, BUILDERS!—20 lots, off New Hampshire ave., suitable for detached homes. BROWN REALTY CORP.. DU. 86511 BEAUTIFUL 341-ACRE home ilte. 8 miles Irom Silver 8pring, Md.; $800 down: $20 per mo. Phone SL. 3271. —9 TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS In Virginia. 70 foot frontage each: 10 minutes from Gov ernment buildings. 5 minutes from Penta gon Building; high elevation with unob structed view of Washington and airport; all Improvements; $4,600 each. Box 199-E, 8 tar. LOT. 49x136; northwest; suitable for an apartment. Box 184-E, Star. 8* PLEISCHMAN8 VILLAGE; excellent build ing sites located In southeast. Washington’s newest residential section. Exclusive, at tractive lots. Buy now and pick out the site 60x136 ft. on which to build your home of the future. Subdivision surrounded on one side by Census Bldg., other side by newly completed Govt, park and faces on Branch ave. Bus stop In front of door. Located at 3500 Branch ave. «.e. Por ap pointment. call GE.JI148. 9-4:30. —8 A BEAUTIFUL HOMESITE of 10 acres, level land, with lots of trees, about 20 miles from center of Washington toward Marshall Hall; long frontage on good road, Just off the dual highway; electricity avall Ideal for a home or aubdlvislon. Box 218-E. Star. 8* TAKOMA PARK—Two adjoining lots on corner Plney Branch road and Philadel phia ave; commercial possibilities. Write Box 217-E, Star. 8* SPRINGBKOOK—Beautiful plot of over 4 acres In exclusive and highly restricted subdivision of small estate; sacrifice by owner; S6.95U. CO. 3032. 8 IF YOU ARE PLANNING a home In the near future let us show you some wooded lots in Oakcrest. Aurora Hills and Bev erly Hillv Both hillside and level lots, j- .LEE PRICE. 2.103 Arlington Ridge rd.. Arl.. Va. Phone JA. 1604. Ivy 1272 _12 NEARBY MARYLAND—Large choice build ing lots. in highly restricted areas, located Sin Chevy Chase View and Bethesds: from I 1.000 to $3,000. A. MORTON THOMAS 002 Wla ave.. WL 7339. —s : EAST RIVERDALE. Md. — Lot 60X140. conv. to transp.. atores and schools: *600 1 cash. Call Sun. bet. 11 a.m. and 3 p m 5316 Powhatan rd. —8 i 16th ST—Desirable building ilte. 50x175 i ft. between Unoerwood and Van Buren. reasonable terms. OEORGIANNA M. ’ CARTER. WO. 6416. —8 1 3 LOTS at District Heights, on main road; 1 city water, sewer. Priced $1,200 each. 25x140. For information, call MRS. ; BORZJ TR. 6717. between 4-6 Sun. — w ARLINGTON—50-ft. front on Washington ; bird., near Lyon Park residential. Price, l $2,600. Call OL. 1876. —8 < COLLEGE HEIGHT*, near U. of Md.. on ; Oak Ridge rd—110 ft. front by 150 ft. w.M*deAd- r sMMSM; WESTMORELAND HILLS. Washington's j highly restricted community; attractive i wooded lots now available from $2,750. i Call^MR. WHITE, OL. 5356; ] l LOTS fO* SALE (Cut.) g** I» W—Beautiful Shepherd P»rk> LHSSf* BortI> of Kalmia rd.; large tota. 60x100 ft. frontage, any desired <*«Pth: priced from $2,750 up. Repie KEJ*tl,\eJ?n»,Pr*mU“ Shndsy. SHAPIRO. W&WL&t 150x340 ft., a small farm: has new tooihouse, grape*, etc.: only *1.100, DAN ABBOTT. £>Juton 87. Closed Sunday. —7 WOODMOOR—Rtcellent building sites in best section of beautiful Woodmoor, most popular planned community in the 8ilver Spring area, where 200 individually de *«“*o homes were built and sold promptly prior to Pearl Harbor: 70 to 135 ft. front ag*. including large sites fronting on Li '. *s Jow »a *1,450. Only a few left. Plat and literature on request. Lh°Sa 1gr ”Pt. to inspect. GEORGE J. MOSS. Realtor, 8H. 2600 or 6700 8* ONE-ACRE BUILDING SITES in nearby Bpringbrook Forest—A beautiful, rustic, 200-acre development, where careful plan ning and proctective restrictions assure in creasingly high values and freedom from encroachment; a perfect setting for your future home: 3ti miles from Woodmoor flopping Center, in Silver Spring area; 25 nUnutes drive from downtown. Priced from $1,650 for 1 or more acres, averaging less than 4 cents per square foot, including nne paved roadways, with no assessments of any kind; cash or terms; literature and plat on reauest. GEORGE J. MOSS. Real tor. SH. 2600. 8* OFF 16th 8T. N.W.—Beautiful 8hepherd Park (2 blks. north Kalmia rd.)—Lee. lots. 50 to 100 ft. frontage; any desired depth: ?riced from $2,750 up. SHAPIRO. INC., 106 Vt. ave. n.w. ME. 1717. —7 SMALL ACREAGE TRACT8 for suburban estates In nearby Va.—Tracts of from 1 acre to 6 acres in restricted development. 0 miles from Washington; streets are in and many city conveniences avail.; some tracts are cleared, others are beautifully wooded, while some join pretty little streams; sections of nice homes and large estate, average price, $1,200 per acre. Phone GE. 7037, —8 NEAR FALL8 CHURCH. VA.—Lots, half acre up; elect.; bus service: $200 to $1,000. Phone Falls Church 1316 evenings. 8* ROCKVILLE—2 large lots, each 100x180 ft,: 1 cleared and 1 wooded. Call OWNER. HY. 5320. —8 WOODSIDE PARK. Silver Spring—4 choice homesites to choose from; cash or terms. Call Mr. Lor, LOWERY & MELTON. SH. 3200 8415 Ga. ave.. Silver Spring. —8 HILLCREST. Fort Davis Park—Utilities in or nearby; cash or terms. A. A. CAROZZA, 2327 Penna. ave. s.e. AT. 8841. —13 16 LOTS in block, near Washington, on Lee blvd.; all utilities available: priced for veteran housing. Call TE. 3033. 8* WOODSIDE PARK—Beautiful wooded lot, over 20,000 sq. ft.; has to be seen to be appreciated; reasonable; by OWNER. Phone 8L. 8835 8* CHEVERLY—Must sell, have 3 beautiful wooded lots, in exclusive Cheverly, which I must sell to best offer: 1 lot is 60x105; 2 lots are 50x150 each. For appointment to see lots call LI. 0445. —8 QUAINT ACRES—There are still a few very desirable 1 to 6 acre homesites avail able in this exclusive and picturesque sub division. Enjoy the peace of mind and comfortable living that owning a home in this subdivision can give you. Surrounded by individually styled homes, your own home will enhance in value as the years roll by. Come out today and see for your self. Priced as low as $450 down payment, balance on easy terms. Directions: Out Georgia ave. to traffle light at Colesville rd.; right on Colesville rd.. 4 miles to our sign and property. DREISEN-FREEDMAN. 8632 Colesville rd.. Silver Spring, Md. Sligo 1700, —8 BY OWNER—HomeSite, 110-ft. front, 130 ft- deep; vicinity Glenbrook rd„ and Brad ley blvd., Bethesda. Phone PI. 6685, 8» LOVELY WOODED LOT, 100x120, in Lyon Parle: well located; reasonably priced. wooded homesite in exclusive Jefferson Park, Alexandria: priced right. Builders, attention—43 beautiful wooded tots at $1,000 lot; from 12.000 to 24,000 sq. ft. in each; Vt cash required. Release' clauses on balance. ARCHIE H. DANIELS. Broker. GL. 4060. We have many clients wanting lots and acreage, and homes. May we handle yours?—ip COLORED—LOTS in n.e. If you are anticipating building your home, let me show you some of the building sites I have to oiler in beautiful Chapel View or Kenilworth. Mr. Brooks. After 6 p.m., TR^J5.7.niL METROPOLIS INVESTMENT & REALTY CO., DE. 3142. 1713 No. Capi tol, __—II LOTS WANTED. I PAT CASH tor lou id D. c. or nearby Md. SCOTT SANDHIS. TR. 768* HAVE SUBSTANTIAL CASH. I wish to buy some lots. Call MR. HAY. RA. 7781. —13 WELL-KNOWN Washington builder desires moderate-priced lots for OIs In Metropoli tan Washington area. Must have water and sewer or be available. Call WI. 3685 be twecn 8 and 7 p.m.—s FAFMS FOR SALE. SOUTHERN MARAYLAND BARGAIN — $25,000, reduced for immediate sale: over looking Port Tobacco Valley and Potomac River; excellent 106-acre tobacco and stock farm, 90 acres arable. 30 miles Wash ington on State road, near La Plata; 9 room dwelling. Insulated, excellent condi tion, bath, oil burner heat, telephone, mod ern conveniences; on high ridge, magnifi cent view: spacious landscaped lawn, fine old trees, spring and streams: immediate possession. Must be sold Immediately. LEONARD SNIDER, La Plata. Md. —7 FOR SALE In Carroll County. Md.. 2 farms adjoining. 75 acres and 100 acres. In best cultivation on good county road: exceptionally line bldgs. Including owner’s new summer home with elec., toilet and bath, telephone: 2 9-rm. tenant houses, rustic old leg nouse. 1 75-ft. bank barn. 1 85-ft. bank barn with new silo: new modern concrete hog stable. Implement sheds, workshop, garage, gas pump, chicken houses, etc. All crops In barns and fields, livestock, fl cows. 2 calves, 1 bull. 3 horses. 4 sows. 27 pigs, 1 boar; very complete set of Implements. 1 prac tically new Farmall H tractor with hydraulic lift. Hydraulic manure loader, hydraulic cultivator and hydraulic ditch shovel. 1 John Deere A-tractor, Hammer mill. ailo filler. threshing machine, wheat binder, corn binder, corn planter, drill, plows, cultivators, sprayers and many others. An exceptional bargain for immediate sale and possession as one operating unit. $25,000. Call HANOVER. Pa. 5147 for appointment. , BRAND-NEW 2-BEDROOM HOME. Vj hour from Washington: all conveniences: out buildings. 17*4 acres, on stream: orchard. traDes, timber. Call Vienna 203-J-l or Irive to RARE PLANT GARDENS, on Highway 123 between Oakton aftd Vienna. POWELL’S FORT VALLEY. VA. 74 acres, 6-room house, good get of buildings, rich soil, excellent stream, fishing, hunting, marvelous view, $8,600: or 48 acres. 8 room house. $6,750. JAMES E. MAHONEY. Woodward Bide.. RE. 2411. —8 COUNTRY ESTATE. 210 ACRES—Approx. 20 miles from Wash., near Laytonsville, Mont. Co.. Md. Very high elevation, com manding 25-mlle view. Entirely under rich bultlvation and in full operation with modern equipment. Lovely modern resi dence. plus 3 tenant hoi.’ses. Adequate »nd competent help now on property. 30 nin. to D. C. line. Convenient to stores, schools, churches. Will take moderate srlced property as part payment; $57,600. ^*11 Ml Bortz, WO. 4754, with FRANK S. PHILLIPS. DI. 1411. —10 LING GEORGE COUNTY, VA.—100 acres, beautiful home, bath, shade, orchard, tim ber, small stream, herd road; reasonably jriced at $13,500. JAMES E. MAHONEY, IVoodward Bid*.. RE 2411. —8 COLONIAL “GRAFTON"—One of the fine bid Colonial homes In Va.. with 200 acres bf land. House Is about 200 yrs. old with historical background and has 11 rms., 1 very large halls, 2 stairways, 2 baths, i.-w.h., 6 fireplg., 3 lge. stone chimneys; lep. win* for servants’ Quarters: has re lently been compl. restored and modern sed; beautiful lawn with magnificent old rets. Mueh of the land in merchantable limber, now ready to cut. Property fronts jn two roads, 1 mile from Richmond hwy.. 7. S. Rt. 1. 40 miles from Wash.; easy jommutlng. Price, $25,000. Phone OE. 7037. No agents. —8 FARM BARGAIN — Over 100 acres with nodern 10-rm. house, tenant house, farm naehinery. stock, growing crops: only 14 miles from D. C. line In Rockville area, rtrst buyer at $20,500 gets this farm. Sasyterms. For appointment call PHILIP ». KEY REALTY CO., 8L. 3010, 8413 3eorria ave. —g 23® ACRES—6-rm house, partly remod eled: restored portion of house over 100 rrs. old. Log construction: 2 stone flre olaces: downstairs den or bedrm.: also tenant house, horse stalls, cow shed and spring fed pond; .'10 miles from Washing ton: near hwy. 211: $14,000: terms. Mc CAY & McCAY. McLean. Va.. GL. 8875. 4 FARMS FOR SALE (Continutd). MONTGOMERY COUNTY. MD.—264-acre farm about 30 miles from Washington. In fine state of cultivation: has well-built 8 rm house, no convenience but electricity 1* available and baths can easily be Installed. Good barn and all other outbldcs., apple orchard, grape arbor and nice pond. This farm has over V« mile frontage of good asphalt road and we consider it a real bargain at *22.000. Call Mr. Ravenscroft. DO. 6841, with WM. H. BOAZE, 3408 18th st. n.e., MI. 8241. —8 HOWARD COUNTY—170-aere dairy farm, Va-mile frontage on paved road: main house built of solid oak logs, covered with weather board; commuting distance to Washington and Baltimore; fine neighbor hood; $18,500: terms. O. L. MURDOCK. Kensington. Md. SH. 8704. —6 WEEK-END FARM SPECIAL — 50-acre Maryland farm. 27 miles D. C„ with 8 room house: $8,250: terms. O. L. MUR DOCK. Kensington. Md. 8H. 8794. —9 NEAR POOLESVILLE, In Montgomery County, Md.—175-acre farm, spacious 8 rm. frame house, center-hall plan: 1st floor, liv. rm. with fireplace, den, dining rm.. combination kit. and breakfast rm., e « stove and refgr.. also walk-in refgr., glassed-in porch and Vi bath; 2nd floor, 4 bedrms., 2 baths, glassed-in porch; attic, basement. h.-w.h„ coal; l tenant house, large bam and other bldgs.: 3 Jersey cows, 2 horses, chickens, and other farm equip Blent. Terms. Call Mrs. Gregory, WA. eve* . OL. 2273, with O. B. ZANT ZINGER. Jr.. Real Estate. —8 150 ACRES-—Very desirable tobacco and general crop farm, now housing this year's crop. Phene* Hobart 3280, -Branch 508. or arrange an interview with owner Satur «G»Y COUN?£EM^-i2 mUes from D C„ on good road; 118 acres, 2 streams of water, modem 8-room house, hot-water heat, stone fireplace: 6-room tenant house, bank bam, chicken house, machine shed, nice young orchard. Priced right for quick sale. Call Mr. Saunders, WI. 6740, with E. M. PRY, INC,. 7240 Wisconsin ave. _8 57-ACRE FARM, 15 acres in tobacco which yield $4,000, 20 acres corn, 22 acres Easture, good fence, stream, 6-room house ocated in vicinity Croom. Md. HERMAN HANNAUER, 7896 Georgia ave., Silver Spring. Md., 8L. 4729. SL. 6026. —8 20 ACRES, 15 clear; 6-room house, 3 fireplaces, good well water, small bam, chicken houses, 55 miles from D. C. on Rappahannock River; good fishing, boat ing, swimming, bird and duck hunting; house sets 200 yards from the river bank; would make a good week-end lodge: price, $4,200; terms can be arranged. For in spection and other information call Love less, CH. 7070 or GL. 0650. LYON, INC., 3004 Lee highway. Arlington, Va. —8 _FARMS WANTED._ FARM, 6 to 10 acres, nearby Maryland; will cay ali cash. Phone TR. 2926. —7 MARYLAND TOBACCO FARM—25-50 acres, some woods, small house and barns: not over $150 per acre: not more than 40 miles from Washington: describe fully in first letter. Box 130-E. Star. —8 HAVE CASH BUYERS for farms, acreage tracts, all kinds country property in Md O. L. MURDOCK. Kensington, Md„ 8H. 8-94, Pleasant 8602, —13 AUCTION SALES. __FUTURE. __ THOS. J. OWEN * SON, 435 Southern Building—Trustee’s sale of 73 acres of unimproved ground, suitable for sub division purposes, with approximately 2, 200 feet of frontage on Viers Mill rd., be ginning about 1.200 feet north of the intersection of Viers Mill rd. and Newport Mill rd., Montgomery County, Md. By virtue of a deed of trust duly recorded in Liber 641, folio 316, of the land records of Montgomery County. Md., the under signed trustee will sell, at public auction, on Viers Mill rd., in front of the property, on Tuesday, the 17th day of September. 1946, at 4 o’clock p.m.. Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, part of 7 and part of Highview ave. as shown on an unrecorded plat which will be exhibited at the sale. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In two equal an nual Installments with interest at 6 per cent, or all cash at option of purchaser. Conveyancing and revenue stamps at cost of purchaser. Deposit of $2.50(1 required at time of sale, balance upon ratification of sale by the court. J. HORACE SMITHEY, substituted trustee. 6940 Wisconsin ave., Chevy Chase. Md. ADAM A. WESCHLER & SON. auctioneers —Trustees sale of restaurant furnishings and equipment, stock in trade, contained in premises No 1433 P st. n.w., also li censes, permits and lease of premises. By virtue of a chattel deed of trust recorded m Uber 8053. folio 333. Recorder of Deeds Office, District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell by public auction at the above mentioned premises on Monday, September 16, 1946, at 2 o clock p.m., all the fixtures and equipment, stock in trade and mechandise contained in said premises together with any and all substitutions, additions or re placements of the same and all licenses, leases or permits together with the re newals thereof. Particulars of lease will t* snnouriced »t sale. Terms: Cash. gj*HRY,. a- WENDER. H. NATHANIEL BLAUSTgIN, trustees. se7,I0,l 3,14. _LEGAL NOTICES THOMAS A. FARRELL, Attorney, 600 Southern Building. Piled Aug. 22, 1948, Charles X. Stewart, IN THE DISTRICT1 COURT OP THE United States for the District of Colum dla—Geneva Mance. Plaintiff, vs. Albert Owen Mance. Defendant.—No. 32887.— The object of this suit is a limited divorce ?n ‘ne grounds of cruelty. On motion of ■ this 22d day of August. 1946, ordered that the defendant Albert Owen Mance cause his appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day, exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days, occurring after the day of the first publication of this order; otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of defauh- . Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter, •nd the Evening Star Newspaper before said day. (s) P. DICKINSON LETTS, Jus (Seal.) Attest: CHARLES E. STEW ART. Clerk. By ELLA MCDONALD, Deputy Clerk._ au24,31sc7 MICHAEL J. LANE, Attorney^ Columbian Building. Wash.. D. C. Piled Aug. 22. 194(1. Charles X. Stewart. w THE DISTRICT'1 COURT OP THE United States for the District of Colum °*a —-Margaret Josephine Pearce. 651 H Street, N.E.. Washington. D. C.. Plaintiff. /’ pSar"’ *418 Spottsylvania m re'4n?4chl!l<?nd’ Virginia. Defendant.— N°- 36047.—The object of this suit is Ab solute Divorce on the grounds of desertion on motion of the plaintiff, t ’! it1* ?2d day of August, 1948, ordered that the defendant Daniel P. Pearce cause his appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day, exclusive of Sun bays anil leg'll holidays, occurring after the day of the first publication of this or 2": otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided, a copy of this order be published once a £,eelLfor th.ree successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter, and the Eve *“>g Star Newspaper before said day LKTm Justice (Seal ) Attest. CHARLES E. 8TEWART Clerk By ELLA MCDONALD, DepSty Clerk. —.. au24.3ise7 'VANNpE. MILLER, FREDERICK 8TOHL MAN, GEORGE A. CASSIDY, Jr., At Lumeysfor Plaintiff. Union Trust . Building, Washington, D. C. riled Aug. 29, 1946. Charles X. Stewart. IN THE DISTRICT1 COURT OP THE United States for the District of Colum )**; Holding a Civil Court.—DISTRICT OP -OLUMBIA. for the use and benefit of ANACOSTIA CONCRETE COMPANY, INC., i corporetion. Silver Hill. Maryland. Plain i1®*! 11- WILLIAM A ROBINSON. 211 Washington, D. C., and SAGLE INDEMNITY COMPANY, 917 15th Street N.W.. Washington. D. C.. Defendants —Civil Action No. 36264.—ORDER OP UBLICATION.—Pursuant to the require ments of an Act of Congress dated July 1ia hereby given to all credi tors of William A. Robinson, an individual, <nder a contract between the District of Columbia and the said William A. Robinson °r..improving alleys, sidewalks, curbs and [Utters in the vicinity of Banks Place, Clay street, 81st 8treet. Eastern Avenue, and louthern Avenue 8.E, (Pleasant Park), in he District of Columbia: that the above iction has been instituted upon the bond >f the defendant, William A. Robinson, is principal, and the defendant, Eagle indemnity Company, as surety, made, sxecuted and delivered to the District of -olumbia. and that any creditors may file heir claim in this action and be made a jarty hereof as in said Act of Congress irovided. and within the time limited in laid Act. Provided, that a copy of this jrder be published in The Evening Star ind the Washington Law Reporter for Ihree successive weeks, the last publica tion to be at least three months before -he time limited therefor. Dated this 29th day of August, 1946. (S) P DICKINSON LETTS, Justice. (Seal ) A copy , Teat: CHARLES E. STEW i*T, Clerk By CLARA P CONNELL, Deputy Clerk.au31.se7.14. . ra. ovaai., Attorney for Plaintiff, Woodward Building, Washington S. D. C. Piled Aug. 29, 1946 Charleg E. Btewart, N THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States for the District of Colum >/»—ANNIE ELIZABETH UPRIGHT, Plaln & *8- . WILLIARD BURT UPRIGHT, defendant.—Civil Action No. 34045.— 3RDER OP PUBLICATION.—The object >f this suit Is to obtain an absolute di mrce on the grounds of final conviction j* * fr'°ny-motion of the complainant. Of August. A D. 1946. ORDERED that the defendant cause his tppearance to be entered herein on or tefore the 40th day. exclusive of Sundays ind legal holidays, occurring after the lay of the first publication of this order; 'therwlse. the cause will be proceeded vlth as In case of default: provided a ■opy of the order be published once a week or three (3) successive weeks In the Washington Law Reporter and The Eve >loj Star By The Court: (S) P. DICKIN ION LETTS, Justice. (Seal.) A true copy rest: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By JLARA F. CONNELL. Deputy Clerk au31 ,ae7.14 MAfeK C. BOWSHER, Attorney. , 500 nth Street. S.E. Plied 8ept. 6, 1946, Charles E. Stewart. N TOE DISTRICT^COURT OP THE United States lor the District of Colum ila—John E. Bailey, et al„ Plaintiffs, vs. kndrew Green, et al,. Defendants.—Civil l;tlon No. 36019.—ORDER OP PUBLICA rlpN.—The object of this suit is to estsb lsh of record, by adverse possession, the |tie of the plaintiffs in and to real estate ituate In the District of Columbia de cribed as Lots numbered Twenty (2(1). 'wenty-one (21), and Twenty-two (22), n Block numbered Eight (H) in A. M. Ireen’s Addition to Anacostia called luena Vista as per plat recorded in Book lo. 6 at page 40 of the records of the Surveyor’s Office of said District. Said ots being also designated as lots 20, 21. ind 22 in Square 5630. On motion of he plaintiffs, it is this 5th dsy of Septem ier, 1940, ordered that the defendants, tndrew Green, if living, his unknown heirs, levlsees and alienees. If be is dead, cause heir appearance to be entered herein on ir before the first rule day occurring hree months after the day of the first lublleatlon of this order: otherwise the ause will be proceeded with aa In case of let suit. Provided, a eopv of this order e published twice a month for three sue essive months in the Washington Law Re orter and the Evening Star.. (a) H. A. IOHWBriHAUT. Justice. (Seal.) A True 1 money to loan. 1»> AND 2nd TRUST-LOANS—Prompt and courteous service. Before borrowing call COLONIAL INVESTMENT CO.. 817 9th St. n w RB. 6650. MONET ON SECOND TRUST _ We Win buy second-trust notes. D. C.. nearby Md Includlng prlnclpaL interest end taxes. ™ST fPPERAL SAVINGS * LOAlt A8SOC.. 610 13th at n.w D1 5370 1st TRUST LOANS on real estate; low jates. termg or monthly payments. P. J. WAL8HE. INC.. 1116 Eye st. n.w., NA. PHONE LOANS—Dial Chestnut 2440 and ask for Mr. Allen. Tell him how much money you need and when you want it. He will arrange all the details for you without any fuss or bother. LENDERS. INC..:. 028 North Moore st.. Rosslyn. Va. WORKING GIRLS—You can borrow here on lust your own signature. Low cost, fast service, complete privacy. Phone Mr. Petty at Decatur 1240. LENDERS. INC.. 3310 Rhode Island ave. BROKERS. ATTENTION—We buy 2nd trust notes on D. C., Md. and Va. houses and farms. FULTON R. GORDON, Owner. 1427 Eye st. n.w. PI. 523(F,tlI 8 p.m. _GARAGES FOR SALE. FACTORY BUILT, slaea 12x20 and *0x20 STRAND BUILT, overhead doora. Rasy terms. Immediate delivery. Visit our dis play of models. 1109 Jefferson Davis hwy., Arlington. Va. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sun day and holidays. or phone JA. SI64. GARAGE, fully equipped. Including tow truck, good Inventory; low rent; good lease; best location In town; showing ex cellcnt profits. EX. 9657,_—11 GARAGES FOR RENT. BEAR 1829 K ST. N.W.—Brick building, 20x60, $70 mo. DRURY REALTY CORP., 1737 K st. n.w., RE. 1133. —9 DOUBLE GARAGE, two-story: garage good for etorage purposes: In alley off 903 M st. n.w.; $30. Inquire with janitor or Phone MI. 7298. 8* GARAGES WANTED. GARAGE wanted for storage purposes, vie. Trinidad. FR. 5280.—8 MOTORCYCLES. SPECIALIZED REPAIR WORK by experts on all model motorcycles; replacement Parts for all machines: cylinder reboring. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE 8ALES. 911 9th st. n.w. RE. 0911. HAKLEY-DAVID80N 1946: like new; cash only. Can be seen at 2929 M st. n.w., Esso station. —8 B.S.A., 360 c.e„ like new; many extras, much chrome; 1.700 mi.; sacrifice by pvt. owner. Seen at 912 6th st. n.w., 8 a m. to 5 p.m. 7* H. D. '32-74. good condition. 1318 36th SjJSiJL' No. 9, Sat. and Sun. 8* MOTOR SCOOTER, 2-speed; new motor. First $170. 6909 Blair rd. n.w. • INDIAN CHIEF 1940; very good condition: can be seen after 2 p.m. GE. 2463, 4003 8th st. n.w. 8* AJS MOTORCYCLE 4 months old; com plete equipment, $550; DENESUK, 1426 18th st. s.e., FR. 4840. —9 TRIUMPH, speed twin. 1939: good condi tion. economical, saddle bags and pillion. PI. 8026 or 1128 Park pi. n.e. —8 AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS. STATION WAGON TOP re-covered. *29.50. New drain rails extra if needed. LEO ROCCA. INC., 4301 Conn. ave. n.w.. EM. 7900. —11 TRUCK BODIES REPAIRED and welded to pass Inspection: new bodies made to your requirements. Truck body dept., FRED 8. GICHNER IRON WORKS, INC., 1214 24th st. n.w.. Republic 2419. AUTO JACKS, ratchet type bumper Jack. *2^49. MANHATTAN AUTO A RADIO CO., 7th at R st. n.w. AUTO PAINTNG. AUTO PAINTING—Complete Job, *35 up, work guaranteed. GILBERT, 4102 Pa. ave. ext. s.e. LI. 3539. AUTOMOBILE PAINTING. *35 up: 1st class job. Call Trinidad 4215, SIDOR, 7« TRAILERS. SCHULT tandem wheel demonstrator, new double awnings and porch furniture, Ve netian blinds, carpeted, air-foam daven port. inner-spring mattress, elec, refriger ation. bottle gas range: all day Sunday, week-days after 7 p.m. Spring Bank Trail CT Park, Alex., Va., Bank dr. DICK L. STROVER. —8 NEW HOUSE TRAILERS are on display again and ready for immediate delivery. Why wait 3 or 4 months or longer for a trailer home when you can get one of the best-built trailers in America now. We will trade, sell for cash, or will finance lor *S long as 24 months. All trailers handled by this company have been ofli <3ally Priced by OPA. COLIE (TRAILER Md” SL33,,,?'0rei* *Te” 8Uver 8prln*’ SPARTAN, the all-aluminum aircraft-con structed leightweight lifetime trailer; de liveries being made. BOULEVARD TRAIL ER SALES. 9605 Washington-Baltimore blvd., Berwyn. Md. Tower 6162. FOR RENT—5-ft., 7-ft„ 9-ft., 2-wheel au tomobile trailers; stake, box and dump types, hour, day or week; complete with hitch. RENT-A-TRAILER CO . 3203 Lee hwy . Arlington. Va. GL. 8820. TRAILER RENTAL8—Rent all-steel Utility trailer, stake or covered. Also boat trail ers, by day or longer: rental hours, 8 to 6; closed Sundays. Pick up trailer Sat. afternoon for Sunday. AMERICAN TRAIL ER CO.. 4030 Wisconsin ave., WO. 3231. FOR SALE. 1942 Travelo house trailer. TEMPLE TRAILER VILLAGE. Alexandria, Va.. Temporary Lot 23. ALex. 8291. 7* CASH FOR YOUR TRAILER—If you Wish to sell your house trailer for the highest cash price, call.MR. LADD. WO. 3231. NEW AND USED TRAILER coaches for sale; complete line of trailer parts and accessories. Visit our new display rooms and stock depts. New home appliances ar riving dally. AMERICAN TRAILER CO., INC., 4030 Wisconsin ave. n.w., WO. 3231. LUGGAGE TRAILERS .WANTED. Call “Roper” and get cash for your old trailer. Call “ROPER. Dupont 9765. 7* TRAILER, collapses to luggage stxe; sleeps 4: excellent for touring fishing or hunting trip; *160. UN. 4335. —8 KARRYALL HAMPERS, new. de luxe, and Karryall utility trailers are on display for immediate delivery. COLIE TRAILER CO , 6232 Georgia ave., Silver Spring, Md. SL. 2242 HARRIS LUGGAGE TRAILER. 1946, 4x7, i like new. Jackson 1703-W. 8» TRAVELEZE HOUSE TRAILER, 1945 mod el. 16-foot. SERGT. KING. Temporary Lot No. 19. Temple Trailer Camp, Alexan dria. Va. 9« HOUSE TRAILERS. 18 ft., sleeps 4 adults. 1 child: equipped. A-l condition, new tires. See at 8609 60th ave.. Berwyn Heights. Md., after 8 p.m. or Sunday. Phone Tower 4H99. —8 1946 CONWAY COACH, corrugated alumi- i num. light and strong, 26 ft. long, 8 ft. wide: only used 2 days; 2 rooms and 2 i outside doors: exceptionally nice modern ( furniture, built-in bed and studio couch: i sleeps 4: 3-way cook stove, heater, ice- i box. linoleum and Venetian shades. Just ( think, aluminum. *24.95. and immediate possession and home. Glebe 4499. —8 : NEW AND USED house trailers on 12 to 24 month terms. Metal luggage trailers. Painting and repair service: also acces sories. Cash for your trailer. RICHTER TR/ILER SALES, Route 1, Berwyn, Md. Tel. Tower 5035. 1042 STREAMUTE. 24-ft. house trailer, i newly painted, good tires, excel, cond. throughout; must see to appreciate this cosy little home. Laurel 304-W, —13 INDIAN TRAILER for sale—3 rms., new Servel refrigerator, bottle gas stove, elec tric brakes, tandem; sleeps 4: very good , condition. Royal Coach, 8-rm.; bottle gas, built-in 1 bed. sleeps 4: excellent condition. 1 Highest prices paid for used trailers. TRAILER SALES. INC.. U. 8. Route 1 at 28th st., Arl.. Va. JAi 1463. —9 j AUTO TRUCKS fOR SALI, CHEVROLET 1942 Army truck, stake * body; excel, cond. See WILLIAM HAR- ' RIS. 510 Lament at. n.w. RA. 4752. —7 * DUMPS, 6 yards, 214-ton Autocars, good ! running condition, priced below OPA cell- : ing, *1,175: panel Vi-ton 1941 Dodge, ! very clean and good running. RICE MO- 5 TORS, 1800 Bladensburg rd. n.e. 7* 1 FORD 1937 pickup truck, recond. motor: , 1935 Ford stake body truck. NO. 9877. ; COOK S SERVICE STA., 2270 Sherman 5 ave. n w. 12* l CHEVROLET 1934 pickup truck: *225, ! within OPA ceiling: very clean. Falls , Church 1832-J. —7 ! GMC 1937 2'A-ton tractor and 16-ft. ; semitrailer complete. THOMAS J. CRO- t WELL. 1215 Jefferson Davis hwy., Arling- , ton. RE. 4411. / J 1946 FORD, long wheel base, cabin chassis, ; Call Locust 7523. Sunday only. —8 , WHITE 1939 truck: idle three years: long 5 wheelbase. 3Va-ton capacity. Call nights, ; WA. 1289, or Box 267-B. Star. 9« J GOOD BUYS—Dump. GMC, 1941. 1 Dump, Dodge, 1940. I Jeep. 1942. b Pickup. Dodge. 1936. a 1600 Bladensburg rd. n.e._* J nn.rai svAruus ijutna or ventral " Motor Co., authorized GMC truck dealer— c A new groun of trucks just received. 50 to * choose from; some new, all guaranteed. P Stakes—1942 Chevrolet. 1 Vs tons: 1942 h GMC. 2'A tons: 1943 Studebaker, 2Vi £ tons. 0x6 9 Dumps—1942 Chevrolet. 1>A tons; 1940 ~ Dodge. IV4 tons; 1942 GMC. 2V» tons. > Tractors—1942 White, model WA-120. t air brakes. 11.00-20 tires: 1941 Federal. 3 - tons. BX brakes. ( Semitrailers, new—10-ton platform and • stake, air brakes, 11.00-30 tires; under 1 low ceillnr s Command car—1941 Dodge. VA ton. r Caterpillar_tractor — AUls-Chalmers. 5 IP, tons CENTRAL MOTOR CO.. 3143 Lee B hwy.. Arlington, Va. Dally and Saturday, _ B to 0; Sunday 10 to 3. CH. 7000. ? To reach: Out through Georgetown, h cross Key Bridge, turn right onto Lee hwy. g <Route 211 or 29), drive 1 »A miles. * AUTO TRUCKS WANTED. 3 IT’S A KNOWN FACT—Roper pays more f for any truck in any condition. Call 11 ■ ROPER.” Dupont 9705. 9* PICK-UP—Late model. Chevrolet or Dodae Q preferred. Call WQ, 4552. —7 * ■ROPER” BUTS THE TRUCKS”—Any g model, any condition, for the best price. P Call ”Roper.” Dupont 9705.9* AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. h DUNKET’S TRASH REMOVERS — Daily $ service. 2015 Clagett at. n.e., AT. 6138. £ fRUCK FOR HIRE — General hauling. £ prompt ti ash removal service. Call VETS Ci muCKING CO.. LI. 2178. —7 n LIGHT HAULING, veteran, reasonable • ■ates. HO. 4451. —12 f LIGHT HAULING of any kind and any- * srhere at any time. Reliable drivers. LU. S 1497 or LI. 2885. —7 „ BODGE STAKE BOOT TRUCK for hire, o vith driver. General hauling. MI. 9809. u 10* |> FETE RAN desires household moving and n leneral hauling; any time, anywhere; 7. •efrlgerators a specialty: vans and stakes; ci •easonable. FR. 8200. Ext. 72. —19 a FAN TRUCK, large or small lobs: expert- ci tnced help; prompt service; reas. rates: tr ocal and long distance. TA. 3937. 8* «' DODGE 1939 stake body truck for hire, m Fitb driver. U. 8832. —8 g AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE. jj l i CROSS-WORD PUZZLE HORIZONTAL. 1 Certificate. 6 To discharge. 11 To escort. 12 To long. 14 Invisible emanation. 15 To value, highly. 17 Not any. 18 To entangle. 19 Summit. 20 Girl’s name. 21 Symbol for oleum. 22 Essay. 23 Witnesses. 24 Indian mulberry. 25 Unique. 26 Brief. 27 Weak. 28 To twirl. 29 Husk. 31 Soon. 32 Preposition. 34 Ottoman. 35 Trap. 36 Note of scale. 37 Crude metal. 38 To the left. 39 To taste. 40 Hypothetical force. 41 In a direction from pole to pole. 42 Genus of suc culent plants. 43 Flat plate of metal. 45 Tax. 47 Eaten away. 48 Colloqual: To duplicate. VERTICAL. 1 Sudden violent gust of wind. 2 Rudely concise. 3 Inlet. 4 Symbol for * iridum. 5 Hot. 8 Breed of heavy draft horses. Answer to Yesterday’s Punle. |A|S eMii|k lillforL jd| [TToTiTiWsTiTRWorurilij j Bt R| 11 upBT|0[plBTrHru|^| 5Sh ! 7 Slightly clouded mental condition. 8 Numeral 9 Colloquial: To approve. 10 To offer. 11 Polynesian mn island group. 13 Colloquial: To criticize severely. 16 White frost. 19 Lower part of the leg. 20 Long period of time. fi-TP-1 22 Van. 23 To gleam. 26 Pastime. 27 Unmixed. 28 Became tangled. 29 Porch. 30 Barrier to be surmounted. 31 Ox of Celebes 32 Melodious instrumental composition. 33 Indian tent 35 Backbone. 38 Chopping tools. 39 Narrow opening. 11 Igorot town division. 12 To perform. 14 Lead measure. 16 Eleven. 2'" I- I Points for Parents —By EDYTH THOMAS WALLACE A teen-ager’s attitude of co-operation or antagonism toward civil authority is but an extension of the attitude he was helped to develop toward parental authority during his childhood. Not This |S,lt44. T*« R**Ut*t Tn>un« Syft&c*tt Father—You and I have always been able to talk things over frankly and reasonably, son, and I’m sure well be able to come to some agree ment on this matter. Father—Tom has always been re sentful toward authority. I’ve tried to whip it out of him and make him obey me, but he’* .always had a defiant attitude. In co-operation with OPA, ad vertisements under Automobiles for Sale must include make, year, model, body type, price and state ment "Within OPA Ceiling." AUTOMOBILES FOB SALE. BANTAM 1940 V«-ton pickup truck; motor recently overhauled, good Urea; *287, within OPA celling price. 3734 Oa. ive. n.w. BUICK 1941 Roadmaster sedan; radio and leater; $1,578. within OPA ceiling. SIM EONS MOTORS. 1337 14th st. n.w. NO. 1164. —8 BUICK 1930 de luxe roadster; rumble seat: in good running condition: below OPA; will sell for *300. HO. 9585. • BUICK 1941 special station wagon: one >wner: exceptionally fine condition. BELLE IAVEN SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION. Route No. 1, 3 miles south of Alexandria. 7* BUICK 1942 special 4-door trunk sedan; Ike new: radio, heater, new. tires; $1,504. Within OPA ceiling. BELLE HAVEN SIN CLAIR SERVICE STATION. Route No. 1, 1 miles south of Alexandria. 7* BUICK. 1946. 700 miles; $1,321. within DPA ceiling; want good, clean 1941-2 Spe cial or 1946 Chevrolet In trade; no dealers. Write Box 357-C, Star. 8» BUICK 1940 convertible; perfect condl ;ion: new paint, new top, complete engine tverbaul: radio and heater; $1,084. within OPA ceiling. See Sunday ESSO STATION, forth Capitol and Florida. 8* CADILLAC 1936 4-door sedan; radio; cell ng $1,480; my price, $750; clean, good onditlon. CH. 7500. Ext. 251. 8* CHEVROLET 1941 chassis frame passenger ar. COOK'8 SERVICE STA., 2270 Sher nan ave. n.w. NO. 9677. 12* CHEVROLET 1932 model coupe: perfect ■onditlon; OPA celling, $290; or best oiler. 1006 Kearny st. n.e. CHRYSLER 1942 Windsor 4-door sedan; ;ood tires, fluid drive, radio, heater. Car n exceptionally good condition, within OPA :eillng; $1,623. LENOX MOTOR CO., 1801 Baltimore ave., Hyattsvllle, Md., War leld 3462. —8 CHRYSLER, 1938; good condition.* OPA selling, $587. 1845 Ft. Davis pi. a.e. LI. 1043. CHRYSLER 1938 4-door sedan; heater; arge trunk space; motor sweet as the >reath of spring; $596, within OPA eell ng. 801 H st. n.w. 8* >ODGE 1941 Command car, good condl ion: 4-wheel drive; $500; within OPA eillng. GL. 6137. 7* DODGE 1941, taxi with PUC; fluid drive, rood condition, within OPA ceiling. AT. :973. 7» NIDGE 1941 Command car; priced be ow celling. $649. RICE MOTORS. 1800 lladensburg rd. n.e. 7* 'ORD 1938 model de luxe coupe; eream; oj>d condition; OPA celling. *576. HARLEB L. HUBER, American Univer ity. Mass, and Nebraska aves. n.w., 345 i B, Washington, D. C. ORD 1934 conv. coupe; fair shape, motor ood condition; $200 or best offer: under iPA. Call between 5 and 7:30, DU. 2843. 8* 1RAHAM 1935 coupe, $275 cash, within >PA ceiling. 2000 H st. n.w.. Apt. 12. >V Oflflff oa IUDSON 1941 convertible coupe: $1,635. ithin OPA ceiling. SIMMONS MOTORS. 337 14th st. n.w. NO. 2164. —8 EEP. Willys, 1948: driven 2.200 miles; rice, *1.100. W1U trade. UN. 2895. —8 EEP, ’4? Ford; below OPA ceiling of *714. 471 Irving st. n.w.. Apt. 2. —8 AISER-PRAZER—Taking orders for these snsatlonal 1947 automobiles. CENTRAL IOTORS CO, 3143 Lee hwy., Arlington. H. 7000, OX. 0552. INCOLN 1930 7-passenger sedan; V-R lotor: under OPA celling, $325. LI. 6630. 401 Orren st. n.e. • INCOLN K model 7-pa4henger limousine: lack finish. 6-wheel equipment, radio and eater. Exceptionally good rubber and >ps In appearance and performance; 32. 00 actual miles. Priced way below OPA filing. Our price. $1,295. MAYFLOWER IOTORS, Inc.. 1125 15th st. —8 A8H 1936 Ambassador "8” 4-door tour ig sedan: radio, heater, overdrive: re fntly Inspected: has 1946 □. C. sticker; 400 cash; below OPA May be seen 532 P st. n.w.. ZEST PRODUCTS CO. —8 ABB 1939 6-cyllnder sedan; good condl on; within OPA. $740. WA. 3681, after p.m. • LDSMOBILE 1934 convertible slx-pas snger roadster: fine mechanical eondi on; $395, within OPA celling. 801 H ;. n.w. 7* ACKARD 1938 12-passenger station agon: *895: under OPA. OENE CASTLE ERRY, 1640 Bennlng rd. n.e. PR. 5231. ACKARD 1941 “160” sedan; radio and fater; $2,092, within OPA celling. SIM ONS MOTORS. 1337 14th st. n.w. NO. ACKARD 1936 4-door tr. sedan: $550. Ithin OPA ceiling. Telephone Emerson AC&ARD 1937 7-passenger limousine, xurlous V-12, good condition throughout, fw brakes, beater and defroster. As Is, PA celling price. $1,771: will take L.050 cash or will consider small car as irt payment. OL. 6112. 7* ACKARD 1937 4-door sedan; good tires; is is” celling price, $395. 255 10th ACKARD 1936 town sedan; radio and later; $450. below OPA celling. Nash 132 (6) 2-door sedan: exceptional buy. 129. Far below OPA eeUinx. MOORE OTOR CO., 1502-22 Pa. ave. a.e._PR. LYMOUTH 1940 2-door sedan: in”good indltlon; radio and heater; $700, within PA celling. 912 9th st. n.w. • LYMOUTH 1936 4-dr. sedan: good condl on; heater: $305. OPA low ceiling. 426 re «t. n.w. • LYMOUTH 1934 de luxe business coupe: otor overhauled: olean: $362, within PA celling; large trunk space. 801 H . n.w. 7* LYMOUTH 1940 4-door; just passed . C. inspection: trade for light 1937-1939 dan and cash difference; up to OPA rUDEBAJ(kjReiTl4938 6-passenger chib Wtt TKw*485’ ?.th rUDEBAKEE 1940 custom de luxe 4-dr. dan; radio, heater; excel, cond.; $750. low OPA celling. 1146 Bladensburg HAYS 1939 sedan; *620, within OPA litas , price. SIMMONS MOTORS. 1337 £bjfcr$£ftR £?asi:hsk >9 6th St. n.w. —8 1 J AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (Coi»,t.) TAXICABS (3). 1941 Plymouths, *786 each: (1) 1941 Plymouth, new engine. #991: (1) 1941 Chevrolet. #800. Cash or terms. Above cars under OPA celling. ROBEY MOTOR SALES. 1220 Mt. Olivet rd. n.e. —18 SCHOOL BUS, used last year as church bus. Call WI. 1712 or Rockville 2-J-5. —7 TAXICABS WITH TOC—W1U sell or rent taxicabs to reliable colored drivers. PR. 6029 after 6 am. Saturday, between 12 and 3 p.m. Sunday. 8« _AUTOMOBILES WANTED. BUICK, Chrysler. Dodge. Plymouth, Oldg and Pontiac badly needed to supply de mand of returning overseas veterans. Highest prices paid for clean ears. Drive inside our modern parking building for appraisal or call Mr. Miller at EX. 4800. RANDALL MOTORS. INC., 1130 17th gt. n.w. (corner 17th and M>. fords—cash for your car. no red tape. SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st.. Takoma Park. D C. Georgia 3300. PLYMOUTHS—Cash for your car. no red tape. SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN, 257 Carroll st.. Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 3300. TOP DOLLAR FOB YOUR CAR. regardlesg of make or model: Immediate cash. MAN HATTAN AUTO & RADIO CO., 7th at R »ts. n.w_Used car dealers for 31 years. ABSOLUTELY TOP VALUE for your car at McKee! As new-car production increases the price of your car is bound to take a big drop. Sell it today to McKee at to day s top price. Delay is bound to cost you money, so come see McKee today! We 11 also give you a priority number to make you among the first to get a new Pontiac For top prices see McKEZ 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. 952C. CHEVROLET'S—Cash for your car, no red tape. SCHLEGEL * GOLDEN. 267 Carroll st„ Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 3300. AN HONEST PRICE lor your Plymouth, Dodge. De Soto or Chrysler. SID WELL BORN MOTORS. Chrysler-Plymouth deal ers. 8000 Georgia ave. SH. 4500. FORD OWNERS, get every dollar your car lsJ52J$5- JFMJL755;£ob Turrett. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. PONTIAC OWNERS, get every dollar your ear * worth. EM. 9754. J. Dewey Rice. CENTRAL MOTORS SALES, 4432 Conn, ave PLYMOUTH OWNERS, get svery dollar yourcaris worth .EM., 9764, Bob Terrett. £§ET5£i*J>ic,TPRS SALES. 4432 Conn, ave CHEVROLET OWNERS, get every dollar your car isworth. EM. 9754. J. Dewey Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. STUDEBAKER WANTED—I wBl pay the !n,aM Adams 8344. NASH WANTED—I will pay the highest cmo . dollars:_any make, any model. |^MAA^?m,8A8^i: *■ L aVe “ FORDS WANTED—I will pay the highest 5 TS.hw2ol!.,.%^!l,l.y. ®»ke. any model. WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. f. ave. at 20th st n.e Adams 8344. BtJICKS WANTED—I will pay the highest fasn ,,d,°.1iar8.:_anT_ make, any mode!. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. CASH AT ONCE—Top-doIIar prices at COAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-423 Florida av*. u e. AT. 7200. Open evenings. HOLD IT just a minute! To get the high est cash price for your ear, regardless of condition, make or year, drive in or call DO. 2877. 1717 Rhode Island ave. n.e., BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO. Open 9 a.m. until 9 n.m. MAKE AUTOMOBILES Wanted. Will come to you, soot cash. Call "ROPER," I Dupont 9765. 9» ! ABSOLUTELY HIGH CASH OFFER — Don’t sell until you see us: need 100 yrj—1930 to 1942 cars: absolutely high cash orice. 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 1111 for appraisal. 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. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER will Pay the maximum cash price for any desirable ear. WHEELER. INC., 4800-4820 Wls wtomSNniWm car; pay all cash; any make or year. FR. 6859. —15 VETERAN urgently needs good late model car for new Job. Cash. Chestnut 0086. 10* VET NEEDS good. dean. ’39 to *42 car; any make, any style; has all cash. CaU SH. 5187. 8 VETERAN wants late model used car; will P»y as much as S1.300 for a clean one. Ta. 5022. call any time. —11 HiUVU UCYUVCU VO IlCiVJ net' ards. would like to Wj a phaeton or tour ing 8-cyllnder model not newer than 1940. Bradley 0172. 7* PRIVATE PARTY will pay cash for 1940. 41 or 42 ear In cood condition, call CH. 8404. —11 VETERAN of five years* service needs a NO ONE would) DARE nay more for your automobile than "Roper ; mot cash. Call "ROPER.” Dupont 9785, 9* VETERAN needs *40-’43 elean Chev. or Plymouth sedan; celling. 8L. 5465. 8* VETERAN HAS CASH for 1939 to 1941 clean, light ear, from private party. AD. URGENTLY NEEDED—AO types of"used cars; get high cash price now. OENE CASTLEBERRY. 1640 Bennlng rd. PR. 5231. SEE OWEN MeNEY, formerly associated with one of Washington’s largest Buick dealers, now with the COLES MOTOR CO., 8233 Georgia ave„ Silver Spring. Md. for the top dollar on your used car or trailer. SL. 3342. —18 yETJMAN ur*«ntly needs elean ear; up to *1.400 cash. Can DI. 8833. —8 EX-GI needs late model 4-door sedan; win BBw5Rwflyrw8?8 *-ton wt^ai VETERAN urgently needs elean coach or i for business; will pay cash up to or trade sman coup* and# cash eMiiMM'ii'H J Goren on Bridge I Neither tide vulnerable, South deals. A J988 WK73 0 A6 * Q 6 4 3 * 5433 * Q p? J 10 9 • 5 _N_ AS |OKQ108 w E 097543 ♦— * 109751 * AK107 <?Q43 0 J3 * AK J 8 The bidding: South West North East 1 * .1^ 1 NT Pag* 2 * Pass 3 a Pass 4 A Pass Pass Past Opening lead, king of diamonds When a contract appears on the surface to be foolproof, it pays to take Just a minute’s time out to in quire, “What accident can possibly befall me?” *** wuojr o Aitniu, ouuui oceanic in# I declarer at a contract of four spades. West’s overcall was somewhat at tenuated, but he can be forgiven be cause of the conditions of vulnerabil ity. North’s bid of one no-trump was probably better than raising the clubs despite the fact that he had but a single stopper, however, when part ner showed the major suit he aban doned further no-trump ideas. The king of diamonds was opened and taken with the ace. A low spade lead brought forth the queen. An other trump lead corroborated the fact that West held four trumps. It will be seen that declarer could not draw all the trumps because he needed a heart trick for game, and if trumps were extracted the enemy could run the diamond suit when they got in with the ace of hearts. So declarer led a heart to the king and was somewhat disappointed when East won the trick. East could read that his partner was void of clubs, since he himself held five, the dummy four and declarer had bid the suit. • West ruffed the club re turn and after cashing the diamond followed up with the jack of hearts. There was no way for declarer to avoid the loss of another heart trick and he was down one. Was South guilty of an indiscretion? Could he reasonably have avoided the accident? The answer is yes. It was quite evident that the hand could not be lost unless the enemy got in a club ruff. The only one that could pos sibly ruff was West. The hand should therefore be played in such a man ner that East could not conveniently obtain the lead. The hearts should have been attacked from dummy. When the three of hearts is led from dummy, if East ducks, the 10th trick is home, and trumps may be drawn. If East rushes in with the ace, he can give his partner a club ruff, and then the diamond is the only other trick the opposition can take. True enough, it was to be expected that West held the ace of hearts, but if he had it, he could win the trick, but there could be no way for him to obtain the club ruff and the contract would be assured. That East had the ace may be regarded as an accident, but the injury could have been avoided. (Copyright, 1948, by Charles H. Goren.) Nature's Children SPIREAS (Spiraea spp.) By LILLIAN COX ATHEY. Spireas, often, called steeplebush or meadowsweet, are very attractive shrubs belonging to the large and important rose family. There are 70 or more species widely distributed in the temperate and cooler climates of the Northern Hemisphere. About 10 species are native of the Western North America, several being partial to thi mountains of our Western States. The blossoms of the native West ern species are very small. Esther rose, pink or white and about one eighth an inch long. They possess five sepals, five petals and many stamens. They are always abundant and crowded into showy, dense, flat topped or elongated flower clusters at the ends of twigs or stems. The short-stalked leaves are simple, saw-toothed and strongly veined on the underside. For soma reason, in spite of their wide range and abundance and accessibility to stock, their leaves are not in demand for forage. This may be due to the presence of a volatile oil containing bitter salicylic aldehyde. The leaves remain on the plants much longer than in most deciduous species. As a class spireas are showy plants when in bloom. They add to the beauty of all woodland acre as. Many of the species, both native and introduced, are now cultivated as ornamentals being especially prized for their value in background planting. They are hardy, flourishing under conditions other plants cannot take! They do not attract many enemies. Spraying seems to discourage those few. The blooming season is not long, but the foilage arrives early irt Spring, remaining late in the autumn. A hidden value of spireas is theii root system which aids in erosion control. The species with creeping •ootstocks have been found excellent vhen they spread out and efficiently }ind the soil mass. LAFF-A-DAY 4 -e-~ —-- — ——_»T , “Yes, the traps are very annoy, ing—will you please keep your* shut?” LETTER-OUT INSECT — •re PRESIDES — Hate AMIDE fn Coin CUDGEL jH Pasted TORMENT m Quids Remove one letter, from each word an! arranse to ypell the word called fca Print the letter opposite the word from which you liave removed it. if you hive Lettered-Out" correctly it's area. ’s Letter-Out. • ED (curved overt# S3r“4j f