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INVEST. PROP FOR SALE (Cont.l.
f1 5*?ES * SONS. Silver Spring—1 block oft Ga, ave. 50.000 so ft, 11-room frame house on lot. Must be seen to be appreciated. For further information, pnone OL 370o __jo 4-FAMILY MODERN BRICK building, con taining 2 apartments that have 2 bedrms. each and 2 "Pts. that have 1 bedrm each All have living rm. dinette, kitchen and modern tiled bath Al) have GE refrigera tors. stoves and kitchen cabinets. Venetian throughout Can be purchased with >2,PPS If you ere a veteran, otherwise iru-'1 Thls >s 8 real buy. Call FREDERICK W. BERENS SALES, INC RA 9141, 1528 K st n w. —16 WAREHOUSE, suitable renovation, many ivpes of business Bargain price Con venient terms. Call at once for full tn tnrmation, Mr. Tabler. with TABLER. INC.. E oO * 0 • APARTMENT HOUSE. 5 units, 4 rms. and 28tlJ favb Mrs. Angel. DU 0558, with jL^LETTON MARTIN, Earle Bldg., RE. C50 EYE ST. N.E.—Substantial corner brick building consisting of 6 furnished apart ments, showing an excellent return on 81b.50° ANACOSTIA FINANCE CORP , -014 Nichols ave. s.e AT. 7JS40. —12 - EXCELLENT ROOMING HOUSE proper >.-decld<“dly Profitable; *27.500 and fJ9.600 Close-in. first com. apt., n.w . 13 units; food deal. Other good apt house properties of veal merit. Perhaps your requirements ;:tay be met among the above LAWRENCE f A 8185, eves 4J, 2040. No Sun, calls, io« TODAY’S BEST BUYS—A very fine 8-unTt apartment bldg in Westover Hills—1110 V Kensington st., Arlington. Va : income, »o.!84 yr.: price. *42.500 Ripe lor development—Rialto Theater *tte; 23.328 sq ft. ot ground on 9th st. h w , through to 8th: suitable for big protect: syndicate buyers note: we have substantial tenant for 28 bowling alleys tor this property; also many olher pro posals. Two outstanding fireproof bldgs.—These properties are leased to maior corps and yield very good incomes: priced right. A splendid little office bldg —This prop erty is located in a very good block on Eve «t. n w : basement store. 2nd and 3rd floors leased: 1st floor will be delivered vacant with title; reasonably priced _For the larger investors—We have to offer downtown G st, and 12th st. n.w Properties, also hotel and large office bldg I hone DI 2172 and CO. 2844 MAURICE -■f- SALOMON CO., Real Estate Loans and ;nsurance Brokers. 432 Southern_Bldg —10 OUTSTANDING INVESTMENT properties. In the heart of Washington s busiest down town areas, priced far belowr the present market value for your immediate attention: 11th and K sts. n.w.—First commercial. 3- story corner brick containing 32 rooms, oaths. Vacant. Can be converted into office building. Priced to sell. Connecticut ave. n.w.—F'irst commercial I 4- story brick, first floor office, no lease; l ■ rd and 4th floor apts.; ideal location for gift shop, record and radio store, or any high type of ladies’ apparel shop. Ex clusive shopping area. 18th and K sts. n.w.—3-story row brick; store and apts. with warehouse in rear, property to be delivered vacant, ideal lo cation for professional use, offices, etc i Friced Tight. 9th and Eye sts. n v—First commercial.; 9-story brick store and 2 apts.. no lease, c-n heavily traveled thoroughfare with con- : • lant business activity. Excellent in-: tome property. Bladensburg rd.. Colmar Manor—De tached frame. 8 rooms, bath: on first-com mercial lot. size 100x2(13, corner: priced nusually low on today's market. Ideal future business location. '21st and K sts. n.w.—First commercial, row brick. Vacant. In the heart of the medical center. Suitable for conversion into private or professional offices. A thoice location, priced reasonably low for your inspection. H it. n.w., between 18th and 19th sts.— "his large 5-story brick building will make tn ideal location for business or profes sional men. organization or private club. Close to all U. S. Government agencies. One of the finest offerings to be placed on today's market. Call till 9 p m., LEO M. BERNSTEIN A- CO.. 1415 K st. n.w.. ME. •-'400. Washington's Complete Real Estate institution.__ —11 COLORED—1st COMMERCIAL. 1200 block ’•th st. n.w.; 2-story. 2-family apt.. 2-story garage; annual rental, *972: worth your inspection. NA. 1408, RA. 1161. 10* COLORED — ATTENTION. DOCTORS— Fireproof 12-unit tapestry brick apart ment, good s.e. location. A good invest ment. and ideal location for professionals. *5.100 annual rental. Substantial cash required. FR. 5119. O BANNON REALTY. . _ —9 BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE. ATTENTION, rooming house Investors and ! doctors. Investment complete with furni- I ture and business, near Conn. ave.. better I ■han $600 gross per month: 12 rooms. 6 oaths. English basement, oil heat, 2-car garage perfect for doctor’s office, pro fessional neighborhood: $10,000 down will buy it: possession with settlement. Call C. J. Measell, NA. 9300; eves, and Sun., DI 0705. BOSS & PHELPS. 1417 K st. 3 W. -10 v>0< N. Y AVE.—3-story brick, zoned 2nd commercial, available for immediate occu ancy, or can be had with new 5-year lease vow pending. This property will be .nanced for quick sale. Let me have your 1 est offer. VIC D. ZEVE, 501 Southern :>.'dg . NA, 1876. —12 ACROSS THE STREET from new G. W. Hospital, suitable for doctors, 20-ft. row house. 8 rooms. 2 kitchens. 2 baths: 3 -w.h BOSS ft PHELPS, NA 9300. 1417 .7 st. n.w. Evenings call Mr. Measell. DI. V705. —10 1700 BLOCK EYE ST. N.W.—1st comraer ■-iah best medical center location: 3-story brick with full basement, near comer 17th ft.; possession. Call C. J. Measell. NA. 1-300; eves, and Sun.. DI. 0705. BOSS St PHELPS. 1417 K st. n.w. —10 DOWNTOWN STORE, near 14th and G sts n.w.—2,500 sq. ft. on street floor, 3.000 so. ft. on other two floors. Large ware house In rear. Has 10,000 sq. ft. with freight elevator. 30-ft alley. Early pos session of store. Mr. Hunter. NA. 9300: eve and Sun. GL. 5285. BOSS & PHELPS. 1417 K st. n.w —10 FIRST COMMERCIAL zoned 90-D. vie. 3rd and F st. n.w.; 9-unit apt. bldg., shows ■rood income as apts.. convertible to com lercial rentals: price. $45,000: $30,000 hrst trust commitment. See Mr. Dixon, With ROBERT L McKEEVER CO.. Realtors, llhoreham Bldg . NA. 4750: eves.. HO. ”343. —10 3 24 11th ST. R.W.—2nd-comm. zone, in toe heart of market district—Desirable mcation for coffee and sandwich shop. See and be convinced NA 1408, RA 1161. in* VACANT—Corner brick. 1st commercial, nr. Dupont Circle: 28 rms . 8 baths, com pletely furn.. Ideal for offices, club or room *g house, only $10,000 down and balance on easy terms To Inspect, call ME, 0095. COMET REALTY CO.. 939 N. Y. ave. n.w. : —14 IN ROCKVILLE. MD.—Commercial prop-! erty, 158 ft. front, 138 deep to public: .-Jley in rear: will sell all or part. J. E. < TELLY, agent, or E. L HURLEY, Broslus i>ldg.. Rockville. Md Phone 6.33. —in I iTRST COMMERCIAL, on one of Wash-' .ngton'e busiest arteries of traffic; $5,000 down: 8 rooms, full basement: suitable j for printers, upholsterers, dress shop or ! antique shop. Call C. J. Measell, NA. [ 9300: eves and Sun., DI. 0705. BOSS St PHELPS. 1417 K st. n.w. —10 ! 1700 BLOCK PA. AVE. N.W.—Brick store, separate entrance to offices upstairs; pres ent low rents show good return. Price. $60,000. GEORGE Y. WORTHINGTON A SON. Active Realtors since 1892. 1719 Eye st. n.w. NA. 3326. —10 ETNE GENERAL STORE, licensed for beer and Wine: 2-famlly house, gasoline station, ali thU with 2 acres of ground at sacrifice : price Just north of Rockville. Md Here 1s your chance to get into a business of vour own. LARRY O. STEELE. RE 049.3, j feM. 0303. —10 I SECOND COMMERCIAL, near Georgia ave. and Barry pi.—Priced right for quick sale For further Information call LEE REALTY CO . 732 17th st. n w. NA. 6421. —10 >517 CONNECTICUT AVE.. 1st commer cial—4-story limestone building, 5.600 sq ft.. 82-ft frontage: available for occu pancy Oct. 1 MONTAGUE CORP. ex clusive agent, 1525 Eye st. n.w. NA. 7984. ATTENTION, rooming house Investors or doctors—Exclusive guesthouse, located at Mt. Pleasant and Park rd . wonderfully constructed and fully equipped, in perfect cond : screened and weather-stripped: new cyclone fence and stone walls: 15 rms . 6 baths, 5 showers, all tiled: lull bsmt : oil h*at Monthly income. $900 Price. $52, 500. PRIENDLY REALTY. 930 F st n w„ PI. 4633. DI. 2604. Open until 9 p m. —11 IlOO BLOCK 1 ITU ST. N.W.-2-story brick, large store and 5-room apt. on 2nd floor lot 20x140; 2-car brick garage; monthly tenants: price. $32,500 Mr. Raine. AD 2997, MARSHALL J WAPLE CO.. DI. 8346. ARLINGTON—1st comm . exceptionally fine business site, in direct path of all new 8nd previous development in this fast-growing community Corner and 3< of block on Columbia Pike, totaling over 28.000 sq ft. May be sold as a whole or in part Call Mr. Pratt, CH. 0266, with MALCOLM. NA. 5963 FIRST COMMERCIAL—40-loot frontage on Champlain st. n.w., wide alley in rear; excellent for erection of automobile agency and garage or wholesale business of any kind. A real buy. MITCHELL QUICK. DI. 2831 until 9 p.m. • NEAR WISCONSIN AVE. AND M sts. n.w.— 1st commercial, now a colored apartment house rented at $105. Lot 29^ ft. by 120. Price, $17,600. Sunday or night, call EM. 1760. LOUIS P SHOEMAKER. 1719 K at. n.w. NA. 1}66. 2nd COMMERCIAL LAND. N Y ave n e area—We have several parcels from 15.000 to 18,000 sq. ft. with and without railroad sidings: immed available, some parcels are on N Y. ave and others on nearby side streets, land in this area is becoming increasingly difficult to purchase and we recommend inspection of these properties to permit planning for future bldg . prices run from $2 to $3 per sq. ft Shown by appt only See Mr Parsons. WEAVER RRQ8-. INC.. Wash .Bldg. DL 83001 a 2nd. COMMERCIAL, 2 blocks west of Conn, ave on L st. n w.—3-story brick bldg , 25 ft wide, 2,365 sq ft. in the lot; alley in rear On 20th st near M n.w.—3,580 sq. ft., lot 25x140 to wide alley BOSS A PHELPS N’A 9300. 1417 K st. n.w. Evenings call m Me—ell DI 070ft. —in BUSINESS PROP. FOR SALE (Cont.) J I VACANT, downtown location, 1715 Mass.! ave. n.w.—4-story and basement stone structure; 15 rms., 4 baths, circular staircase: bldg formerly occupied by em bassy; owner will lease, brokers’ co-opera ^jon^lnyJted. Can be seen by appt. N. BASILIKO REALTY CO.. DI. 8724 _12 JACANT. commercial. 1331 K st. n.w.— 5-story and basement brick: 23 rooms. 5 baths hot-water heat, grand possibility for offices and stores, lot 25x147. 30-ft. alley jn rear, for sale or lease; brokers' fT°-operation invited. Shown by appt N BASILIKO REALTY CO.. DI. 8724 —12 bldg.. 80 ft. wide, 180 ft. deep with gas-blower heat; roof support on steel girders with no columns; prop, located at the cor of R. I. ave. ty?!'* ft. and 41st ave., 141 ft. on Volta and 200 ft on 41st ave . Brentwood Prop. ; can be rented as whole or subdiv. int» i smaller units; over 18,000 sq. ft. of park ing: bldg, is suit, for retail supermarket, farm market, auto or truck salesroom or light manuf JEROME S. MURRAY. 1331 G st. n.w.. RE. 2480. \ —19 1 ! ‘i downtown business buildings— i No. 1. 3-story building near Palais Royal; 5-year lease & $550 per month; 20-foot frontage, parking lot in rear. No. 2. 2 story building near George Washington Hospital and new medical center; recently remodeled; excellent building; 18-foot frontage; 3-year lease & $300 per month; very sound investment for the present, excellent future. J. T Steuart. STEUART INVESTMENT CO., SOS Union Trust Bldg National 0440. 12* VACANT, 1st commercial; 6 rms.. 2 baths, fireproof built-in garage with overhead door. auto, oil heat: on Wisconsin ave. near Sears Roebuck store. This property has been reduced in price. For inspec tion by appointment. A B. C REALTY A DEVELOPMENT CO., 462ft 41st st. n.w* FINE BUSINESS LOCATION—Wide brick building, contains 3 floor spaces, suitable lor any type business that depends on many peonle passing by: parking facilities !! .’'J'SS in"'; attractive terms ED ''AHn F. SIPPLE. Broker LI. 409" • ARLINGTON FILLING STATION, location: approved by large oil company; Important highway, close in. zoned commercial; 100 ft frontage, depth 175 ft.: worth twice a*jt ot Der 50 ft DICK TRACEY, office, 2425 No. Custis rd. OX. OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS—We present1 to you a genera] merchandise store, selling everything except groceries; situated in a growing nearby Virginia community: doing an annual business in excess of ¥50,000 and having saleable stock, approximately ¥25.000: included in the sale price is a 2-story brick building, which houses the store with a 5-rm. apt. on 2nd floor and a full basement with oil h.-w.h.: this is a valuable corner lot with 97-ft. frontage on one street and 125-ft. frontage on another; total price, ¥40.000; a first trust at ¥15. ooo available on the property We believe this to be an outstanding presentation We would welcome your opinion if in terested and have ¥25.000 cash. Cali Rob "t.?UJ“Van~ dominion insurance and REALTY AGENCY. 100K No. Highland st.. 1 Arlington. GL. 6338, OX. 1779. _11 ! TAKOMA PARK. II. C.—Brick bldg, con taining 2 stores to be delivered vacant. There are also two 2-rm. kit. and bath apts., a 1-rm. kit. and bath apt . plus a garage rented as a shop: convenient and profitable location For further details Mr Terns, with SHANNON & LUCHS CO . Io05 H st. n.w. 2nd COMMERCIAL, near 19th and L sts n v—2 brick buildings adjoining: priced reasonably for auick sale. ¥15.000 cash payment, owner will finance balance, good terms. 9al! DIXIE REALTY CO.. NA. I 8880. exclusive agents. ESTATE SALE—2 1st-commercial proper-1 ties adjoining; very active business section, upper Petworth area, over 7.000 ft. of; ground: 50-ft. frontage; must be sold im mediately; priced right. Call Mr. Talbert, with DIXIE REALTY CO.. NA. 8880. GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—New store, N. Arlington: fl space. 18x40: lot. 48.3x147 ft.: cement drive, parking space in front; wel. located and priced to sell. Owens 6000. _11 DET. CORNER BRICK—Just off Dupont Circle: 18 rms.. 5 baths: splendid for doc tor’s office, club or exclusive guesthouse. Call Mr. Thornton. WA. 8625, with FRANK S. PHILLIPS. DI. 1411._ —17 TO A BUSINESS FIRM seeking an unsur passed downtown location: inspect: 2130 Pa. ave. n.w.: Improved by store, 2 apts. and rear brick bldg.: large lot. 25x117. to a 30-ft. alley: half blk. from new ¥3.000, 000,000 George Washington Hospital. 806 H st. n.w.—Downtown location; 3 doors from Palace Laundry; store and 2 apts.: no lease on the above properties; be arranged, will finance MICHAEL WALSH & SON, 1211 Eye st ! n.w, RE. 8282; eves., CO. 6780. j BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT. i STORES, warehouses, offices—Specialising ! I in commercial and industrial properties ! I Will build to suit your requirements. We have 3.1 locations In the Metropolitan Area, retail and wholesale LOUIS BURMAN. RE. 1768. BUILDINGS now being constructed. 16 ft. ceilings, gypsum roof, fireproof; suit able for wholesale, retail purposes, large populated area n e. LOUIS BURMAN. RE 1768 _11 5-YEAR LEASE—2nd and 3rd floors; ap prox 3,000 sa. ft., located Conn. ave. near Mayflower Hotel. Will consider monthly rental or will sell lease to responsible Arm. Suitable for offices, associations, night club, school. Box 245-E, Star. 10* DOWNTOWN, 4,000 sq. ft. of very de sirable lst-floor space with extensive show 1 windows. Near New York ave. and 6th st. n.w. Ideal location for automotive busi ress, office or store space. For further I details call Mr. Ewell, LEO M BURN STEIN & CO., 1415 K st. n.w. ME. 5400. —10 i 2208 WIS. AVE.—2 brick bldgs , $50 “S&r.SMsS;, l8t comm., alley entrance, i Call RUSSELL F. BARRETT, RE. 4787. 17* 14x46 BASEMENT, private entrance: heat, | h«ht, toilet. Best corner in Kensington, j Md. Ideal for print shop or other small' business. $52.50 mo. Immediate posses-1 sion O. L. MURDOCK, Kensington. Md : SH. 8794 _10 919-921 11th N.W.—Ideal location: mod j ern bldz. Will rent separately. Vacant. ME. 7518-RA. 1101. 10* 224 G ST. N.W’.—Entire bldg, of 6 rms. on i 3 floors. Running water on each floor. ; $100 CO. 2075. —14 i BETHESDA—On avenue, 1st commercial for business or offices: 10-room house; I lease, $225 mo., also ground suitable i for used-car lot. MRS. CLYDE C. DUN NINGTON, WI. 2635. OL. 4010. —10 .315 S ST. N.E.—2nd commercial; vacant: K«^onable renu W C. & A. N. MILLER DEVELOPMENT CO. Builders and De ) velcpers of Wesley Heights and Spring I Valley. 4830 Mass, ave. n.w. OR. 4464.—11 FOR LEASE, INDUSTRIAL ground. J 8,000 : ft with r.r. siding. Northeast. ; For sale or lease, second commercial. ; 3-story bldg, in wholesale market area; .first floor contains 2.000 sq. ft.: immediate 'occupancy. MAURICE FITZGERALD. 1311 G st. n.w. NA. 3380. —16 BUSINESS PROPERTY WANTED. BUILDING containing 15,000 to 20,000 sq ft. of floor space in 2nd commercial zone: alley location okay, will buy or lease. A. M ROTH. Woodward Bldg. NA. 7936. —10 REAL ESTATE WANTED. ?■* COMMERCIAL LOTS, about 20x100.1 in good locations. D. C , Md. or Va A M. ROTH, Woodward Bldg. NA. 7936. —l(j HOMES, income, city, urban, farms, acreage, lots, shore cottages: sell, trade, rent at right price. N. E. RYON CO., GE , 6146. _WATER FRONT PROPERTY. LONG BEACH—Lots and cottages for sale. Representative on property every day. Finest bathing, fishing and crabbing: care fully restricted. Turn left to shore at St. Leonard, Md , Solomons Island rd. • BEVERLY BEACH, on Chesapeake Bay— Summer homes and building sites. Write ; for catalogue. Bog 17. Mayo. A. A. Co., Md. SCIENTISTS CLIFFS. Port Republic. Md I —Furnished cottages for rent by week to 14-year professional graduates: sandy bay beach. Phone AT. 0651 Monday to Thurs | day nights only. —10 ! CAPE LEONARD—Acre sites, beautifully wooded, with direct shore frontage. Wash ington's newest shore development. This is an unusual opportunity to be able to buy an acre of beautifully wooded, direct shore frontage, in an exclusive section of Maryland, selected for private estates by owners familiar with beauty spots through out the world Cape Leonard has the lush soil of land bordering the water: a mag nificent curving shore line, the majesty of tall, beautiful hardwood trees: the at tributes of a princely sportsman's retreat. At Cape Leonard the clean salt water, with its fine sandy bottom, furnishes excellent bathing and swimming. You will find one of the finest deep salt-water fishing grounds and two all-year-round protected harbors for large boats. You will also find duck shooting at its best Cape Leonard has a special attraction for conservative people who seek rest from noisy vacation throngs and space for each to engage in his own particular sport or relaxation, without en- j croachment upon his privacy, peace and comfort Drive down and see Cape Leonard and admire its large shaded areas, the cool green depths of the water; enjoy the pun gent woods scent; take deep draughts of the! Invigorating salt air and see for yourself | how Cape Leonard meets your needs. 'Hie drive to Cape Leonard is an enjoyable one, over well paved highways, through a coun tryside rich in scenic splendor Price for one-acre site, beautifully wooded, directly on the water, $1,500. Terms if desired. Cape Leonard is only 49 miles from D. C. State highway direct to property. Easy driving, no bottlenecks Sales represent ) ative on property at all times. Cape Leon ard is wisely restricted. Directions: Drive out to end of Pennsylvania ave. s.e., turn left on Ala. ave. (Route 4). drive to Marl boro (12 mi.), continue on Route 4 to Wells Corner (l’/v miles), turn right at Wells Corner to Waysons Corner (2 miles), turn right at Waysons Corner on Solomons Island road (Route 416) to Prince Fred erick (21 mi.), drive through Prince Frederick and continue 4 miles to Junction 264; turn right and drive 2.4 miles and turn left to Cape Leonard (6 mi.). LEON ACKERMAN selling agent, P. O. St. Leonards. Md Washington office, Barse Stonebraker. J6.15 K st. n.w., NA 44611. —16 REAL ESTATE SALE OR EXCH._ LARGE MODERN APT. BUILDING, finest n.w, location, prewar rentals; exrellently financed; will accept smaller building and cash for equity. Box 487-D. Star. ACREAGE on or near South River, for in come-producing property, preferably small apt. or guesthouse, in good n w. section. Phone M. C.JGIBSON. Annapolis 2144, —10 _ACREAGE FOR SALE. 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 quick sale and is an excel lent buy at onlv $800 ner acre ROW LAND » WOLFORD, 118 E. Broad st . Falls Church, CH. 3421; eves.. GL 8041. 25 ACRES. 1.380 ft. on Contee rd.. 1 non ft. off of Baltimore blvd electricity and transportation suitable for subdivision; cheap. Call Mr Witt. WA. 2813: evenings. WA. 1809 J. c. LEWIS. Broker. —10 13 ACRES nr. Rockville: paved road, elec., suitable for subdivision: price. $500 per acre: terms J E. KELLY, Agent, or E L. Hurley, Brosius Building. Rockville. Md. Phone 633. —10 SILVER SPRING, MD.—26 acres 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 S PRICE & CO.. ME. 3660, or call Mr. Ingram at Pleasant 1231. —16 15 ACRES, Sandy Spring. Md.. located In a section of fine homes near Olney Theater; R acres beautifully wooded with 2 streams, bus service; $550 per acre. WM. M CANBY, Mills Bldg.. RE. 3732. —11 66 ACRES. 25 miles from Memorial Bridge. 2 miles from Route 50; excellent homeslte: telephone and elec, available; $300 per acre CH, 1434. CHEVY CHASE. MD.. 12 ACRES—A choice proposed subdivision, consisting of ap proximately 12 acres, tentatively plotted into 34 lovely building sites, most, lots having 75 to 100 ft. frontage with depths varying 100 to 200 ft.; 13 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, call Mr Beaupre. TH06 J. FISHER A CO.. INC.. Realtors. DI. 6830. 92 ACRES on Potomac River above Great Falls, Va.; over 2,000 ft. river frontage; $22,500. McCAY & McCAY, McLean. Va. GL. 8675'. —12 75 ACRES of level land, bounded by 2 county roads. In Loudoun County; tele phone and electricity available: 27 miles from Washington, D. C. Reply Box 21-D, Star._—13 FAIRFAX COUNTY — Approx. 19 acres; close in; $550 per acre; must be sold com plete. Approx. 11 Vi acres; close in. $13,500. Nice clear building site, approx. 2 acres. FI. 100. Several wooded lots for sale. Also sev eral farms f&r sale. GL. 8573, H A. DARNE, 5712 Wilson blvd. _—11 10 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 )y drivink north on Georgia ave , turning right at the first gas station and general store about \t mile north of Glenmont school, continue n.e. on this road for ibout 2 miles to the 4 corners known as "Layhill." The property is in the rear of t small group of buildings on the further eft-hand side and runs along the side street for approximately 1.800 ft. The pwner has authorized 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 cn a country club without paying a very high price. Exclusive listing. Shown by appointment. See Mr. Parsons. WEAVER BROS. INC., Washington Bldg. DI. 8300. __ —10 OUT-OF-TOWN REAL ESTATE. HERE'S YOUR VACATION HOME and a snug fisherman's haven: ideal climate on Florida’s Gulf Coast; fertile homesites. I to 5 a., fronting or nr salt water; com munity boat dock privll., hard rd., elec : titles guaranteed: priced as low as $300. $45 down. $15 mo.; immed. possession For beautiful Illustrated free booklet write or ph. bet. 9 and 5. E. J. GRAY. 1732 K st. n w.. ME. 1143. _ _LOTS FOR SALE. F wwiSDALE OFFICE now open on prop erty. 9 a.m. to 6 pm. 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. 5950 up: terms Located on Riggs rd., be tween Ager rd. and University lane; l,7* 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 1 WILL HELP GIs beat high bldg, costs lr you will work to do it. Call after 4:30 P.m. We have over 150 acres of land in va. and Md. 236 Woodward Bldg. 10* W LOTS for semidetached houses in 5 e section D C. for $800 each: sewer and water available; zoned for apts or if you wish- HERMAN sCHMIDT. Woodward Bldg., NA. 9257. 14* HILLCREST—Beautiful lot 50x1 no on W Pejfr :Ls,h sts 5e Owner leaving city. MRS. PUCHETTI, NO. 5737. —]0 [N THE HAMLET. Chevy Chase. Md.—80 t. front on wide blvd.: excellent location, rear Conn, ave.: $5,000, including ap proved plans for center-hall Colonial resi dence. designed for lot. Call WO. 2300 until 8 p m. EDWARD H. JONES & CO.. INC. —11 fN AURORA HILLS—Large, wooded hilltop lot: view of Washington; fully improved; ready to build on; bargain for cash, or easy terms arranged. Inquire AURORA HILLS OFFICE. 2301 South Arlington Ridge rd.. Arlington, Va. _12 AURORA HILLS. VA.—Large, wooded hill top lot. almost one-half acre of land: view of Washington; restricted; all utilities in and paid for; bargain at $3,850, cash or terms. Also a large corner lot in same neighborhood for $2,950. cash or terms. Other choice homesites to select from In quire AURORA HILLS OFFICE. 2301 South Arlington Ridge rd.. Arlington. Va. —12 CHEVY CHASE VIEW. MD.—Beautiful elevated level homesite fronting Conn, ave., 100x200: all utilities; sacrifice. $2. 950. OWNER. SL. 2410. —11 ATTENTION. BUILDERS!—20 lots, off New Hampshire ave . suitable for detached homes. BROWN REALTY CORP., DU. 8558. APT. HOUSE LOT In good n.e. location, 60x127 ft..; rm. for 27-unit apt. bldg. $24,500. Call Mr Barr. LI. 6692, with MALCOLM NA. 5693 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 Mi cash, balance terms. Call Mr Johnson McKEEVER & WHITEFORD. DI 9706; evenings. SH. 4518. —10 BETHESDA—Beautiful lot, 60x150. all utilities In; near schools: bargain at $2,500. -all owner. MR BERLIN. EM 2900. —11 BUILDERS’ AND INVESTORS' attention— 28.000 sq. ft., zoned for apt. house; level land, ready to build: Vi block from bus »nd shopping center. Brandywine st. s.e.; I5c per sq. ft. SCOTT SANDERS. TR. i 7563. —15 LOTS, 3 0.000 sq. ft.. 70-ft. frontage, i blocks s.w, Bethesda Bank. GE 4422 F YOU ARE PLANNING a home in the lear future let us show you some wooded ots In Oakcrest. Aurora Hills and Bev :rly Hills. Both hillside and level lots, f. LEE PRICE. 2303 Arlington Ridge rd . krl., Va Phone JA. 1504. Ivy 1272. —12 WE STILL HAVE several large choice uuilding sites left In Woodlane subdivision, lust 3 miles from D. C. on No. 5 hwv ; 8375 to $1,000 ANACOSTIA FINANCE ITORP., 2014 Nichols ave. s.e. AT. 7840. LOCUST HILL ESTATES—A distinguished, restricted community; lge homesites abutting Rock Creek Park: stately oaks: (rom $2,260; Rockville pike, just 2 blocks north U. S. Naval Medical Center. Call MR NEWTON. OL. 7801. HILLCREST. Fort Davis Park—Utilities In or nearby; cash or terms. A. A. CAROZZA, 2327 Penna. ave. s.e. AT. 8941. —13 1000 BLK. 48th ST. N.E—5 excellent bldg, lots, suitable for homes or apt. house: also other lots in n.e.; cash or terms. Call KEYSTONE REALTY CO.. NA. 8584 or HO 2368 or AD. 2177. —10 nujuiniSU CULK CHLtK rSKK, OH Beach drive, near York Town and Sudbury lane—A beautiful corner lot. ideally ar ranged. with sewer and water; priced right for quick sale. FLOYD E. DAVIS CO., NA. 0152. —14 NICE BLDG. SITE, 120x200, on Cedar lane, Fairhlll sub., near Merrifteld. Va., close to Lee hwy. buses. Price, $1,000. Call MR MORAN. Falls Church 812-J-2 or DI. 7557 WESTMORELAND HILLS. Washington's highly restricted community; attractive wooded lots now available from $2,750. Call MR. WHITE, OL. 6130; eves.. OL 6024. . —23 CHOICE WOODED LOT in 8ilver Spring, Md., on Dale dr , 75x125. Price. $3,00(1. CRANE A HELAN. Realtors. SL. 4000. —12 LOTS FOR SALE, very best location in Washington, for semidetached or group houses, vicinity Conn. ave. and Nebraska. Call Mr Ferry, OR. 2244. EDWARD E CALDWELL. 5000 Conn. ave. —12 24 LOTS for builders available at *2,000 per lot; at this price the land must be sold as a unit and for cash. Call Mr. Ferry, OR. 2244. EDWARD E. CALD WELL, 5000 Conn. ave. —12 MAGNIICENT FOXHALL HOMESITES, West of Foxhall rd., south of Reservoir rd., ready for building; high commanding ele vation. with a panoramic view along the majestic Potomac, where culture, fashion and affluence reign. In a neighborhood of *25.000 to *50,000 homes, Just beyond aristocratic old eGorgetown, where every city convenience and facility is to be had. Priced as low as *3,000; fine, beautiful sites at *3,500 to S4.OO0: very choicest homesites at *6,000. We have a number of splendid corner sites, sized from 45 feet to 60 feet front. These homesites lie be tween Salem lane and Que st. and 45th st. and Indian lane. A number of desirable sites on Que st. between house number 4485 and house number 4611 Que st. Drive out Reservoir rd. just beyond Fox hall rd. to Kenmore dr., 1 block to Charles ton ter., left to Salem lane and Indian Rock lane, a corner of the property BEALL. TURNER A CO., 1105 Vermont ave., RA. 0885. NA. 6181. _LOTS FOR SALEJCont.)_ TWO OF THE CHOICEST LOTS in Mendo wood. An already established and de veloped subdivision in Montgomery County. Md.. 100x150 each. S3.000 for both. CRANE & HELAN, Realtors, Silver Spring, Md.. SL. 4000. —12 OFF 10th ST. N.W.—Beautiful Shepherd Park (2 blocks north Kalmia rd.l: large lots. 50-100 ft. frontage, any desired denth; priced from $2,750 up SHAPIRO. INC., 1106 Vt ave. n « . ME 1717. —13 CORNER LOT in Silver Spring—Plan your future home for this beautiful corner, best part of Silver Spring: 83x125 ft..; $2,000 Call Mr Hughes. ROBERT S DAVIS & CO.. 5804 Baltimore ave.. Hyattsville. WA 3900. Open daily and Sunday till P QlTE ST. N.W.—Builders, attention; regu lar type block of in beautiful lots for detached homes, fronting on Quc st. be tween houses numbered 4485 and 4611 Que st. n w . and fronting on Brewer pi . west of 45th st.; near charming Foxhall Village: this is a splPndld opportunity for a builder. BEALL. TURNER Ac CO. J105 Vermont ave.. RA. 0885. NA. 6131. IN HILLANDALE. MD.—Beautiful wqoded lot on improved street containing over an acre of ground: $3,500: a wonderful buv in 8n elite subdivision CRANE & HELAN Realtors. 8248 Georgia ave . Silver Spring Sligo 4000. 12 50 LOTS OF '4 ACRE OR LARGER in Whitehall on Bradley bivd.. Bethesda, Md M. P. SHOEMAKER. JR., Pleasant 0120. RIVERDALE. MD.—1 lot 50x150, $550 and 1 lot 50x150, $650: all conveniences available BRILEY REALTY CO.. UN. 1174. NF.AR FALLS CHURCH—4 beautiful home building lots; perfect location, near Lee hwy For information call OWNER. GL. 5227 after 5:30 o.m 11* GFO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Attention, build ers and GI's: 13 lovely building lots: 1 Vi miles from Merrifleld: 109x198: price. $450 a lot. Mills. Owens 6000 —11 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO —Attention, build ers: lovely site in renter Arlington- may he developed into nice homesites adjoining Arlington Forest. Griffith, Owens 6000. GEO. H WILLIAMS CO—First offering' of 130 large wooded lots in N. Selby within a short distance of clubhouse and beauti ful sanejy beach This section of Selby will be provided with harbor facilities; approx oO ft. wide. 3 to 5 ft. deep: opening into bay with boardwalk on bay side; price from $550: terms very reasonable Also avail able is a prefabricated 4-rm. house on corner lot almost completed. UN. 2200. UN. 1481. _11 GEO H. WILLIAMS CO.—Sligo Park Hills: lot 100x145: desirable, conv. location: can be subdivided; the place for your future home. Hine, SL. 3000. —11 DO NOT MISS this excellent buy—3 level lots, each 100x2(K), located in growing community ol new homes: near Clinton. Md., 8.7 mi. from D. C. line. $575 ea. or $1000 for all three; cash or terms. Call Mr. Divelbiss, FR. 2619, with MALCOLM-, NA. 5963. LOVELY WOODED LOT, 100x120, In Lyon Park: well located; reasonably priced. Wooded homesite in exclusive Jefferson Park, Alexandria: priced right. Builders, attention—43 beautiful wooded lots at $1,000 lot; from 12.000 to 24,000 sq. ft. in each; ’/a 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? _ —-10 CORAL HILLS. MD.—5 desirable building lots. Some corners, paved streets, side walks, all utilities ava:lable, nice neigh borhood, close to schools, shopping center, transportation: 50 to 94 It. Ironts; $900 up: cash or terms. Colmar Manor. Md.—Desirable lot, 40x 100 ft. Reasonably priced for quick cash sale. O. B. ZANTZINGER CO., 945 K st. n.w, NA, 9593, NA, 5371. Eves., DU. 0858. COLORED—LOTS in n.e. If you are anticipating building your home, let me show you some of the building sites I have to offer in beautiful Chapel View or Kenilworth. Mr. Brooks. After 6 p.m., TR. 5790. METROPOLIS INVESTMENT & REALTY CO., DE. 3142. 1713 No. Capi tol. —11 COLORED—SEVERAL NICE LOTS priced for quick sale in n.e. section. For further information call LEE REALTY CO.. 732 17th st. n.w. NA 6421. —10 COLORED—47th ST., off Central ave n.e Two lots, 25x107 each. Price. $2,200 for 2. GUY TINNER, 1326 You st. n.w. NO. 4907. ______ —10 LOTS WANTED. I PAY CASH lor lots in D. C or nearby Md. SCOTT SANDERS. TR 7563 HAVE SUBSTANTIAL CASH. I wish to buy some 1 otsC ajl_M R ._H A YRA. 7761. —13 FARMS FOR SALE. COUNTRY ESTATE, 210 ACRES—Approx 20 miles from Wash., near Laytonsville. Mont. Co., Md. Very high elevation, com manding 25-mile view. Entirely under rich cultivation and in full operation with modern equipment. Lovely modern resi dence, plus 3 tenant houses. Adequate and competent help now on property. 30 min. to D. C. line. Convenient to stores, schools, churches. Will take moderate priced property as part payment; $57,500. Call Mr. Bortz. WO. 4754, with FRANK S. PHILLIPS. DI. 1411. —10 FINE DAIRY FARM. 150 acres in Fred. Co . Md., about 30 mi. from D. C.: 9-room house with furnace, all necessary farm bldgs., in cluding tenant house and 30-cow barn; practically all of stock also included, ex ceptionally good highway frontage. R. P RIPLEY. SH 7539. (Sun. and eves.. WI 3500, Mr. Abbe. > —10 COUNTRY HOME—2-story frame hou.se in excellent, condition; 20 mi. from Wash., near Clarksville; 10 or more acres avail able; immediate possession; terms. PIER SON. Olney. Md. Ph. Ashton 3828 —10 STOCK FARM near Damascus. Md.. 195 acres. 8-room farmhouse and all necessary outbldgs. (about 10), including 2 tenant houses; stream; around 150,000 feet good timber: $20,000 and worth it. R. P. RIP LEY. SH. 7539. (Sun. and eves , WI. 3500. Mr. Abbe.) —10 MOST PRODUCTIVE 100-A. FARM on Route 50. about 30 mi. from D. C.; mod ern stone Cape Cod 6-rm. and b home with stove and fefg.; full basement, h.-w.h w'ith oil This home is most beautifully located in a grove of trees about 250 ft off the highway; barn and other outbldgs. in good cond.; this is a real farm; $35,000. J. LEE PRICE, 2303 Arlington Ridge rd . Arl., Va Phone JA 1504. IV. 1272. —12 PRODUCTIVE FARM of nearly 80 acres, in the beautiful Warrenton horse country. The buildings include a spacious 8-room house, with 2 baths and hot-water heat, stable with 7 box stalls, 5-room tenant house with elec, and bath, 2-room servant's cottage and chicken house: the yard has an abundance of mature shrubbery and is bordered by a stone fence. Price. $27,500. See MASON HIRST. Annandale. Va.. at the end of Columbia pike. Phone Alexandria 5812. Closed Sundays. NEAR WARRENTON, stock farm: 176 acres; 8-room house, bath and electric.: dairy barn, horse barn; fronting on main highway; bus. All necessary farming equip ment and crops. $27,500. J. L. C. WEST A J. E. TAYLOR. Falls Church 2135. GENTLEMAN’S ESTATE—76 acres, mod ern 7-room brick house: h.-w.h.. oil; large dairy barn, horse barn, machine shed, silo, white fenced, water in every field. 21 miles of D C . good road $30,000. terms. J. L. C WEST Ac J. E. TAYLOR. Falls' Church 2135 DAIRY FARM and timber. 85 acres, in Maryland, approx. 50 miles from D C ; 9-room brick home on premises, plus 7 room log house. Total price. $10,000; only $3,500 cash. Call EX. 2C65. YOUNG & PASTOR. 1129 Vermont ave. MONTGOMERY COUNTY—100 acres. New bungalow and large house, all modern I conveniences. Plenty buildings, hay. straw. ■ feed. Chickens and cattle. All equipment for one-man operation. Complete for $30,000 or will sell without stock or equip ment. Immediate possession. No agents. Phone Wisconsin 3240, Monday-Friday. —14 ACREAGE—Small tracts available 20 mi. from Wash, on rolling ground. Some woods and attractive surroundings. An ideal spot for a weekend camp or country home. Restricted. Our purpose is to get a friendly group together where the family will be happy and where the father can commute. PIERSON, Olney, Md. Ph. Ash ton 3828. —10 25 ACRES on Route 240, 20 miles from D. C.: H-rm. house, elec., h.-a.h., water in kitchen, small barn, chicken house; land suitable for subdivision. Friced to sell at once. J E. KELLY, agent, or E. L. HUR LEY. Brosius Building, Rockville. Md. Phone 633. —10 72 ACRES, mostly cleared: 7-rm. house, elec.: small barn; */* mile of gravel road; nearly new Fordson tractor and farm ma chinery, 12 head heifers. Price, $10,500; terms. J. E. KELLY, agent, or E. L. HUR LEY. Brosius Building, Rockville. Md.1 Phone 633. —10 15 ACRES, l mile from D. C. Northeast sec., on main highway; ideal for building project Price. $4,000 per acre. H H. CARTER, 613 15th st. n.w. NA. 4178. —10 MONTGOMERY COUNTY, near Hyatts town; 100 acres. 7-rm. dwelling, elec., fine dairy barn and other outbuildings, fine stream: property vacant. Price. $10,500. H. H. CARTER, 613 15th st. n.w. NA. 4178. —10 HAZEL HILL FARM. Westmoreland County, ‘/a mile of Route 3, 1 mile of store, post office. 202*,a acres 50 acres fertile culti vating. balance In pasture and timber, fl room home. 2 halls. 2 porches, shady lawn. Barns, stable, granary, machine sheds, poultry houses, garage. Price, $10,000. W. C BROOKE, Realtor, nhone 8B-F-3. Box 383, Tappahannock. Va. —10 VIRGINIA, J 00-acre farm, highly desir able. 5 miles Fredericksburg, Va., 85 acres cleared, in good state of cultivation, most of it fenced for pasture, water in every field; of 111 wooded acres there are 2,000 or more railroad cross ties and several thousands cords of wood, which can be cut this year Farm now owned by college professor who has accepted a position in another State. Good 8-rm. house on beau tiful site, stock barn and chicken house, fertile loam soil, excellent for truck farm ing, priced low to move quickly. If you want a farm, don't fall to see this one HICKS REALTY CO., 37<ifl Mt.. Vernon ave.. Alexandria, Va. OV. 3BH7; eves.. TE. 0933. FOR SALE—RIVER BOTTOM FARM lo cated in Shenandoah Valley section be tween Woodstock and Edinburg, 1 mile off Route No. 11. Consists of 174 acres, 40x70-ft. bank barn with large straw shed, 9-room brick house with all neces sary outbuildings. Excellent for modern machinery; l1/* miles of water front, plenty wild game. School bus and mall to farm on macadam road Write or phone. ERNEST WISMAN, Edinburg. Va . Tel. 2. Box 238. in* L .A i | FARMS FOR SALE (Continued). NICE FARM OFF LEESBURG FIKE.18 miles from D. C., 90 acres of ground. ■ lots of outbuildings, nice large house, joesthousc: all in good condition. 126.500. McCAY <fc McCAY, McLean, Va., QL. 8675. r>EO H. WILLIAMS CO.—300 acres';"20 ! miles from D. C. on Colesvllle pike: 150 ! acres in cultivation; 14-rm house. 3 batns, 3 tenant houses and all necessary outbuildings, water and electricity. Delph or Burge. EX. 6535. _11 H. WILLIAMS CO.—153 acres; near Etchison. Md.; 7-rm. I Va-stor.v house and all necessary outbuildings: farm in high state of cultivation, orchard stream through property. Delph or Burge. EX. 8t>35. _11 I GEO- If. WILLIAMS CO.—70 acres of i heavUy timbered land; 3 miles west, of I Waldorf. 6 10 mi. from hard surface road on good gravel road, small creek runs | through property. For further mforma j tion call Patton. SL. 3002. _11 GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—310-acre farm: Loudoun County. 30 miles from D. C.; j.'-.rm. Colonial-type house, unfinished, trim and oak flooring in house ready for completion; 150.000 ft white oak timber. 60-ft -wide stream. 26 pieces of farm equipment, livestock, hay, grain stored aod crowing. Mills. Owens 6000. —11 $6.54X4—124 acres, 6 mi. from Morgan j town bridge; house and outbuildings, rich 1°*?; *eneed: ^xceK Ashing and hunting. NORRIS, 2135 Pa. ave. n.w RE. 2112. _13 COLORED—GEO. H. WILLIAMS CO.—Vets •Hatton! This home may go GI with Si.000 cash: 3-story brick, full bsmt.. tile bath. MuIroy^JSX. 8535,_—U _FARMS WANTED._! BUYERS for farms, acreage tracts, ay kinds country property in Md MURDOCK. Kensington. Md.. SH. Si04. Pleasant S002. 13 FARM, about 25 acres, near main high way in Frederick. Warren. Clark Counties: plenty water, eloctric light; terms desired; fill information first letter. Box 363-E. star _ lo* _money to loan. 1st AND 2nd TRUST LOANS—Prompt end courteous service. Before borrowing call COLONIAL INVESTMENT CO., 817 9th *t. n.w RE. 6650. MONEY ON SECOND TRUST — We will buy second-trust note*. D. C . nearby Md or Va, Reasonable rates. NATIONAL MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CORP. 1312 LI. aIL.5,y National 5833. home LOANS—Low monthly payments, including principal, interest and taxes FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS A- 1.0 A W ASSOC 610 13th st n i D1 2370™ WORKING GIRLS—You can borrow here on just your own signature. Low cost, fast service, complete privacy. Phone Mr. at Decatur 1240. LENDERS. INC., .1310 Rhode Island ave. BROKERS. ATTENTION—We buy 2nd trust notes on D. c.» Md. and Va. houses FULTON R. GORDON, Owner. i4.37„Ey.?„£t- n„w DI. 6230 'til 8 p.m. 1st TRUST LOANS on real estate; low I2Hsl.™rins or monthly payments. P. J. INC-> 1115 Eye st. n.w., NA. o4r>6. PHONE LOANS—Dial Chestnut 2444 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 rothout any fuss or bother. LENDERS, INQ,. 2028 NorUh_Moore st.. Rosslyn, Va. _GARAGES FOR SALE. FACTORY BUILT, sixes 12x20 and *0x20 STRAND BUILT, overhead ddora. Easy terms, immediate delivery. Visit our dis play of models. 1109 Jefferson Davis hwy.. Arlington, Va. Open 9 a m. to 9 p.m., Sun hollday‘- or nhone JA. 2164. GARAGE, fully eauipDed. including tow truck, good inventory; low rent; good lease; best location in town; showing ex cellent profits EX. 9657._—ll GARAGES FOR RENT. BRICK GARAGE, near Buchanan st. and | Georgia ave. n.w.; immediate possession; I ?7_monthly. Call SL. 9583._ GARAGES WANTED. ! WANTED TO RENT GARAGE, vtc. Mac I Arthur blvd., V st. or Reservoir rd. WO. (blS. 15> j VICINITY of ?th and Franklin sts. n.e.; private party, CO. (>11119,n _MOTORCYCLES. | SPECIALIZED REPAIR WORK by experts , on all model motorcycles: replacement : parts for all machines, cylinder reborinst. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SALES, 911 9th st. n.w. RE. 0911 NEW A. J. S.. Airel. Triumph. Matchless Norton and Francls-Bamett motorcycles. Some models ready lor immediate delivery 350 cc and 500 cc models in stock. See us now. Service on all makes of British machines. BRITISH MOTORCYCLE SALES. 2014 M st. n.w. RE. 5073. —14 B. <5. A., I or delivery now; also service on all makes. Give us a ring, we want to be engaged. CYCLE CENTER. 912 tith st. n.w. EX. 0811. —14 MOTORCYCLE. Indian Chief '37. In num ber-one shape. Phone Taylor 0745. * ^AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS. STATION WAGON TOP re-covered. $29.50. New drain rails extra If needed LEO ROCCA, INC.. 4301 Ctonn. ave. n.w.. EM. 7900. —11 INTERNATIONAL 1938 chassis, C-40; $550. Call MR. KING, North 3343. —10 AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE today is a ne cessity Get your Insurance through R. L. CHAMBERS. Jr.. Bond Bldg. Phone TR. xl82. —14 CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER 1948 model 64 with buddy seat E E. THOMPSON. 3 44 miles west of Tyson s Corner on Lees burgh pike (Route 7). • PONTIAC OWNERS. ATTENTION! We have Just received large shipment of good Quality seat covers in popular colors. They will also fit other models of General Mo 1 tors cars. Prompt and neat installation if desired. ARCADE PONTIAC CO., 1437 i Irving st. n.w.. AD. 8500. AUTO LUGGAGE TRAILER, immediate de livery: new shipment Just arrived: the j naatest one you've ever seen, suitable lor merchants, farmers, fishermen and tour ing: low priced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO., 1437 Irving st. n.w , AD. 8600. Washing ton's Largest Pontiac Dealer. NEW-TYPE TIRE RECAPPING by the Den Nap electric process: beautiful tread: 2 hour service: electric-treated sections if I your tire is cut. See your tires being re capped at ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. Wash ington's Largest Pontiac Dealer. 1437 Irving st. n.w., AD. 8500. Quick, efficient service. MOTOR SCOOTER '41 Briggs and Straton 3°81 *' F°r informatlon Please call SL. TRAILERS. 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 for as long as 24 months. All trailers handled by this company have been offi S,la”y unced by OPA. COLIE TRAILER S3 ' S?33,„Pforgla ave ■ Silver Spring, MG. oL. 2242 HOUSE TRAILER. 1945 Alma. 25 ft. long, A-l condition. Boulevard Trailer Camp, approx. 12 miles on Baltimore blvd., C. L. COLE. 10® NEW TRAILER. 21 ft., electric brakes, permanent bed; sleeps 4: $1,600. R SMITH. Cherry Hill Trailer Park, Ber wyn. Md. _10 SPARTAN, the all-aluminum aircraft-con structed leightweight lifetime trailer: de liveries being made. BOULEVARD TRAIL SALES. 9505 Washington-Baitlmore blvd.. Berwyn. Md Tower 6162. FOR RENT—-6-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 hwv Arlington. Va. OL. 8820. CASH FOR YOUR TRAILER—II you wish to sell your house trailer for the highest cash price, call MR. LADD. WO. 3231 NEW AND USED TRAILER coiehe. for sale, complete line of trailer parts and accessories. Visit our new display rooms and stock depts. New home appliances ar riving . dai.l!,..„ AMERICAN TRAILER CO., Wisconsin ave. n.w.. WO. 3231. KARRYALL KAMPERS. new, de luxe, and Karryall utility trailers are on display for immediate delivery COLIE TRAILER CO . g£3",„£?,eor*ia ave' Silver 8pring, Md. NEW* AND USED house trailers on 12 t.0 ‘.4 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. 1942 STREAMLITE. 24-ft„ house trailer, newly nalnted. good tires, excel, cond. throughout: must see to appreciate this cozy little home. Laurel 304-W —13 TRAILER RENTALS—Rent all-ftegl 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. AMERCAN TRAIL ER CO., 4030 Wisconsin ave. WO. 3231. COVERED WAGON. 18 ft.: reasonable; good condition Jackson 1463. —11 HOUSE TRAILER, 2 rms., Frigldalre, new tires, perfect condition. $1,250. Seen any time at 4748 Bromley ave., Bradbury Park. SP. 0464-J. _12 TRAVELO TRAILER. 1944; bottle gas stove, running toilet, h.-w. heater. Lot 4, TEMPLE TRAILER VILLAGE, Alexandria, Va„ ALex. 8171. —13 HOUSE TRAILER. 1940 Travelite. 21 ft. good condition, fully equipped, reasonable Elmwood 692. —12 _AUTO TRUCKS fOR SALE._ FORD 1937 pickup truck, recond. motor; 1935 Ford stake body truck. NO. 9677. COOK'S SERVICE STA., 2270 Sherman ave. n.w. 12* INTERNATIONAL VAN. 1936. C-40, 2-ton, $822. Call MR. KING, North 3343. —10 FORD 1936 1 Vi-ton panel. See “Sale Mlsc.'': painters, paper hangers, supplies, etc. • DUMP TRUCK. 1941; new 8.25 tire* In rear. For quick sale, $1,350. Can be seen at 852 51st st, n.e. 11* DODGE truck, dump. 4-wheel drive, below OPA celling price. LI. 7022. —13 FORD pickup, '31; in A-l condition: new tires: OPA celling; $312. Falls Church 2460-W. —11 CHEVROLET 1938 ’.-ton panel truck: some new parts; OPA celling price. Box 410-E. Star. * DODGE 1941 la-ton pickup, with front wheel drive, very good tires and motor. Phone Lincoln 5307 after 6 p.m.•_ ARMY SURPLUS TRUCKS by Central Motor Co., authorized GMC truck dealer— A new group of trucks Just received. 60 to choose from; some new. all guaranteed Stakes—1942 Chevrolet. IV? tons: 1942 GMC. 2 V? tons: 1943 Studebaker. 2 ‘/a tons. Px6 Dumps—1942 Chevrolet, lVr tons: 1940 Dodze, lVt tons; 1942 GMC. 2% tons. Tractors—1942 White, model WA-120. 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, V? ton. Caterpillar tractor — AUis-Chalmers, 12 tons CENTRAL MOTOR CO., 3143 Lee hwy., Arlington. Va. Dally and Saturday, 8 to 6: Sunday 10 to 3. CH. 7000. To reach: Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn right onto Lee hwy. (Route 211 or 29), drive lVi miles: AUTO TRUCKS WANTED. 1940 OR LATER l'a-ton. stake or van PARKVIEW * PETWORTH EXP CO. 4716 Georgia ave. n.w. 11* k CROSS-WORD PUZZLE HORIZONTAL. 1 To Invite 4 Heroic tale 8 Fog 12 Poem 13 Author of the Rubgiyat 14 Scent 15 Mass of untidy hair 16 Excessive frugality 18 Rapture 20 Musical sound 21 101 22 Lair 23 Temporarily bright star 27 Likely 29 To exclude 30 To scatter 31 Artificial language 32 To mend 33 Pronoun 34 Symbol for iridium 35 To lift up the spirits of 37 Numeral 38 Some 39 Prefix: half 40 Founder of the Society of Friends 41 Printer's measure 42 Fore part of a ship 44 To noise abroad 47 Characterized by moderation 51 Card game 52 Egg-shaped 53 Quickened jog 54 Female sheep 55 To apportion 56 Girl’s name 57 Colloquial: small child VERTICAL. 1 Explosive projectile 2 Image 3 To portray 4 Steeps in a liquid 5 Chalice Answer to Yesterday's Pnrxle. 6 Strap to hold up a stocking 7 Malicious burning 8 Instants 9 Artificial language 10 Offspring 11 Attempt 17 Preposition 19 Spanish i. ii u i r for “yes” 22 Simpleton 24 Conjunction 25 Layer of a mineral 26 Crooked 27 God of war 28 Northern European 29 Industrial insect —n—r~.—r-—i 130 Wickedness 32 To paint with short brush strokes 33 To bewitch (local) 36 Part of “to be" 37 Approaching 38 Ornament worn as a charm 40 One's strong point, 41 Comparative ending 43 Note of scale 44 Greek letter 45 "Hawkeye” State 46 Driven obliquely, as a nail 47 Male cat 48 First woman 46 Article placed under a dish 50 Weight f ' I '■ I U 1 ■> Points for Parents ~By EDYTH thomas Wallace Saving punishment for father to administer is not only unfair to father but also is an acknowledgment of mother's inability to cope with the situation. This 1»4« Thr I »n<1 Tribunt Syr.etieM* 1 | Mother—Go to your room and play alone for a while. You know it is not fair to take everything Bill 'picks up away from him. I Not This Mother—If you don’t quit teasing your little brother I’m going to have your father whip you when he comes home. AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. I DUNKEY’S TRASH REMOVEB8 — Daily service. 2015 Clagett st. n.e., AT. 6138. sel7* LIGHT HAULING, veteran, reasonabh rates. HO. 4451. —12 DODGE STAKE BODY TRUCK for hire with driver. General hauling. MI. 9809 10* VETERAN desires household moving and general hauling; any time, anywhere; refrigerators a specialty: vans and stakes; reasonable. FR. 8260. Ext. 72. —19 VAN TRUCK, large or small Jobs; experi enced help; prompt service; reas. rates.; local and long distance. TA. 2937. 10* ONE AND HALF TON STAKE lor hire with reliable ex-marine driver: general hauling; 1-ton trailer also available. AT. 2750. —16 AUTO PAINTHG._ AUTO PAINTING—Complete job. 535 up, work guaranteed. GILBERT, 4102 Pa. ave. ext. s.e. LI 3530. AUTO PAINTING, body and framework. COLUMBIA AUTO BODY. Estimates given eves and weekdays. 901 North Quincy st., Arlington. Va. CH. 5174. —21 AUTO PAINTING, complete job, 530 and up. Call RA. 1752 for appointment. 10* 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 FOR SALE. AUBURN 1936 sedan: *395. below OPA ceiling RA. 8584. —10 BUICK ‘41 Special 4-door. Will trade for smaller car in good condition. Call after 7 p.m. TE. 7566. —10 CHEVROLET 1041 chassis frame passenger car. COOK'S SERVICE STA., 2270 Sher man ave. n.w. NO. 9677. 12* CHRYSLER late 1936 conv. coupe; sound motor, good tires; $350. below celling. 603 18th n.w. • DODGE 1936 4-door sedan: good condi tion: within OPA ceiling, $400. LU. 2925 after 6 p.m. • DODGE ’35 business coupe: good mechan ical condition, $288. within OPA ceiling. SCHULZE & ALLEN, 4731 Elm st,. Be thesda. OL. 6140. —11 ESSEX ’32 4-dr.: good tires, transporta tion: $260 below OPA ceiling. 2719 So. Nash st.. Arl., Va. SHIRLEY HOMES PROJECT. 11* FORD 1932 B roadster: good runnntg cond. Cash only; within OPA ceiling: $274. After 5 p.m., 2632 North Military rd, HUNTER. OL. 2510. FORD Model A; good looking, good run ning, clean car. $235. Under OPA ceiling. Phone Alexandria 2669. 10* FORD JEEP, new engine gnd accessories: high gloss paint Job and new front axle, universal Joints; looks and runs better than new. Call Sligo 6749. 12* FORD 1937 sedan: needs fender, grill and windshield: $325 cash: within OPA cell ing. Call PR. 1375 after 6:30 p.m. 11* FORD 1934 convertible coupe; rumble seat: top and motor In fine shape: a modern version of the covered wagon; $300, within OPA eeiltne. 801 H st. n.w. • FORD 1930 Tudor sedan; will trade for 1936-1937 or 1938 car; this Ford is in good condition. 912 9th st. n.w. • FORD 1946 black super de luxe Tudor: radio, spare tire; $1,000. within OPA ceil ing, plus rood used car. MI. 7000. Ask for W. DILLON. 12* HUDSON ’37 sedan: under OPA ceiling, $400. Call FR. 3982. 6 to 8 p.m. • HUDSON 1942 2-door sedan; very clean, excellent mechanical condition, fully guar anteed: less than OPA, $1,165. BENDALL PONTIAC, 1611 King st., Alexandria. Va. Overlook 1600. —12 KAISER-FRAZER—Taking orders for these sensational 1947 automobiles. CENTRAL MOTORS CO, 3143 Lee hwy„ Arlington. CH. 7000. OX. 0562. NASH 1936 Ambassador “8” 4-door tour ing sedan; radio, heater, overdrive; re cently Inspected; has 1946 D. C. sticker: $400 cash; below OPA. May be seen at 2532 F st. n.w. ZEST PRODUCTS CO. —11 PACKARD 1046 de luxe 120 at OPA cell ing; desire medium-priced 1946 auto In trade. Overlook 0067. —10 PACKARD 1937 5-pass, convertible coupe, super series, $1,145: well under OPA. HAWKINS & SHIPLEY. Rockville 600.—10 PACKARD 1939 4-door sedan 120; motor completely reconditioned; within OPA cell ing. Call any time Tuesday. 1401 Co lumbia rd. n.w.. Apt. 408. PACKARD '37 4-dr. sedan; good condition, $550, within OPA ceiling price. 1218 18th pi. n.e.. No. 4. between 6 and 8. • PLYMOUTH 1934 de luxe business coupe; very large trunk space; Just the thing for a couple or a traveling salesman; $352. ; within OPA celling. 801 H st. n.w. 11* 1 PONTIAC 1939 4-door sedan; $625 cash, ! under OPA celling. 3633 R st. n.w.. EM. 0449 alter 7 p.m. 1 STUDEBAKER 1040 Commander 4-door ‘ sedn, $950: under OPA. HAWKINS A SHIPLEY. Rockville 600. —10 WILLYS 1941 4-door sedan. $860; under OPA. HAWKINS A SHIPLEY. Rockville 600. —10 I WILLYS 1930 de luxe 4-door sedan: heater 1 and radio: $455, within OPA ceiling: cash. 509 6th st. n.w. —16 TAXICAB8 (3). 1941 Plymouths. $786 each; <1> 1941 Plymouth, ndw engine. 1 $991: (1) 1941 Chevrolet, $800. Cash or c terms. Above cars under OPA celling. I ROBEY MOTOR SALES, 1220 Mt. Olivet I rd. n.e. —18 1 FOR 8ALE—1939 8tudebaker Commander c sedan: $700, within OPA celling. Can be i seen after 5 p.m. Call HO. 1803. —12 j '■ !.- ] AUTOMOBILfS WANTED. ; BUICK, Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth. Olds ( and Pdntiae 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., 1160 17th st. ’ n.w. (corner 17th and M>. : FORDS—Cash lor your car, no red tape. ! SCHLEGEL A GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st., Takoma Park, D. C. Georgia 3300. ‘ PLYMOUTHS—Cash for your car, no red 1 tape. SCHLEGEL A OOLDEN. 267 Carroll i st.. Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 3300. 1 TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR CAR. regardless of make or model: immediate cash. MAN- I HATTAN AUTO a RADIO CO.. 7th at R 1 sts. n.w Used car dealers for 31 years. , TO GET TOP CEILING PRICE, call Bob Cook. COOK MOTOR CO.. N. H. ave. and ' L n.w. ME. 8824, DI. 9626. AUTOMOBILES WANTED (Cont.l J ABSOLUTELY TOP VALUE lor your car a! McKee! As new-car production increase: 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 cos! you money, so come see McKee today! We’II also give you a priority number tc make you among the first to get a new „ .F°r„ fW see McKEE PONTIAC. 1828 L st. n.w. ME. 0400. CHEVBOLETS—Cash for your car. no red tape. SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 257 Carrol) st., Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 3300. AN HONEST PRICE for 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 ! is worth. EM. 9754. Bob Turrett, CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. PONTIAC OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. J. Dewey Rice CENTRAL MOTORS SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. PLYMOUTH OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. Bob Terrett, CENTRAL MOTORS SALES. 4432 Conn, ave CHEVROLET OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 975*. J. Dewey Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES, 4432 Conn. ave. STUDEBAKER WANTED—I will pay the st cash dollars: any make, any model WIT LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. NASH WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars: any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at I 30th st. n.e. Adams 8344. SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA l SERVICE, 1128 20th st. n.w. District CAPITOL CADILLAC CO.—We need the car you can do without. We are paying highest prices lor all makes in accordance with OPA to take care of people who have urgent need of transportation. Get our price before you sell. CAPITOL CADIL LAC CO., 1222 22nd st. n.w. NA. 3300. INDIVIDUAL wants a good car: any make; will pay cash. Call Dupont 3721. —14 FORDS WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars: any make, any model. WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. BUICKS WANTED—I will pay the highes! casn dollars; any make, any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. ! CASH AT ONCE—Top-dollar prices al i COAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-423 Florida ave n.e AT. 7200. Open evenings. HOLD IT just a minute! To get the high est cash price for your car, regardless ol condition, make or year, drive in or cal: DU. 2877. 1717 Rhode Island ave. n.e. BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO. Open 9 a.m until 9 p.m. ABSOLUTELY HIGH CASH OFFER — Don't sell until you see us; need 100 cars—1930 to 1942 cars: absolutely high cash price. If car is paid for. will give you cash. If car la not paid for. will balance and pay cash difference. BARNES-6ANDERS 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, comer N at. n.w. Open 8:30 to 5. closed on Sunday. Call North 111 I 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 lor any desirable car. WHEELER. INC., 4800-4820 Wis consin. OR. 1020. 8 to 6:30. Closed Sun. SALESMAN IN DIRE NEED of a clean car: pay all cash; any make or year. FR. 6659. —15 VETERAN urgently needs good late model car for new job. Cash. Chestnut 0066. 10* VETERAN wants late model used ear; will pay as much as $1,300 for a clean one. TA. 5022, call any time. —11 PRIVATE PARTY will pay cash for 1940. '41 or '42 car in good condition. Call CH. 8404. —11 URGENTLY NEEDED—All types of used cars; get high cash price now. GENE CASTLEBERRY, 1640 Benning rd. FR 5231. SEE OWEN McNEY, formerly associated with one of Washington's largest Buick dealers, now with the COLIE MOTOR CO.. 8232 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring, Md.. lor the top dollar on your used car or trailer. SL. 2242. —18 "WIN WITH WINN’’—Top prico for your car; nfver too new, never too old: will come to your home or office: plenty parking space. Open eves, and 8undays. WINNS MOTORS. 159 Florida ave. n.e.. EX. 2698. 3720 Georgia ave. n.w., RA. 7422. AUTOMOBILE urgently needed by re turned veteran. New car now on order but imperative I have a car immediately. Sedan or convertible, 1939, ’40. '41 pre ferred. $800 to $1,000 cash. No deal ers. Phone RE. 2081. Apt. 714, or RE. 3518 before 11 p.m. 10* BUICKS. Chevrolets. Fords. Fontlacs or any make of car that has had good care. We need them and will pay the highest ceiling price. SI HAWKINS, 1333 14th st. n.w., DC. 4455. COUPE, convertible. Plymouth or Chev rolet, 1938 or 1939; clean, good condi tion, DU 2519. —10 CHEVROLET. PLYMOUTH: must have good car Immediately: will pay private party highest cash price. Phone EX. 3870. —11 EX-GI needs late model car in which to fo to school; must be in good shape and rom Drivate party. SH. 8318. —11 CASH FOR YOUR CAR—Fords. Chevrolet* and Plymouths. Phone Atlantic 5800. STSUART MOTORS. 3rd and H st« n.e. WANT 1940 or 1941 Plymouth. Ford. Chev. or similar light car, clean. SH. 8102. * NEEDED BY RETURNED VETERAN, '40 or '41 sedan or convertible, Chevrolet, Buick special or Olds, preferred. No deal ers. Greenbelt 6679. —12 VETERAN, 3 years overseas, urgently re quires late model used car from private party, suitable for real estate business. Call MR. EDMONSTON, EX. 1522 or HO. 4351. —11 I AM NOT LAZY—Have chased down ads for 2 wks. with no luck. CPO wants '40-'41 Ford or Chevy, club coupe or 2-dr. from private party; ceiling for good car. 2119 F n.w. or call RE. 0775 after 7 p.m. MR. ARMSTRONG. • PONTIAC OWNERS—If you are planning to sell your car, see Jack Blank first. Highest cash prices and courteous service. ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. Washington’s Largest Pontiac Dealers, 1437 Irving st. n.w.. AD. 8500. VETERAN needs light car for business: 1937 or '38 model: will psy cash Call WA. 1081 da? or WA. 2398 after 8:30 pjn I Goren on Bridge Neither side vulnerable. South deals. A J 10 7 2 77 K73 0 K84 AQ Jfi A P ft v A A 8 4 3 t7QJ10 9 ft T84 0 .T « 3 _ E 0. Q 7 S J A A 8 ft * A 9 3 3 A K Q ft 77 A 5 3 OA 109 A K 10 7 4 The bidding: South West North East 1 NT Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead, queen of hearts. There are many situations in the play of a hand and more especially on the defense, which involve sheer guesswork. Where no percentage are available in making the gues: the toss of a coin is as sound t method as any other, and declare should take no pride in the fact tha; it turned up “heads.” There are a certain number of situations, how ever, which appear to be guesses or. the surface, but. which on analyst1 will prove not to be so in fact. Let us look at an example today. The auction was of the one-two three variety which is recommended In no-trump bidding. With an evenly balanced hand and a point count of 17, a no-trump opening is preferable to an introductory club bid. West prosaically led the queen of hearts, dummy played low and East followed with the four, having no reason to manifest enthusiasm over the suit. Declarer took the trick with the ace and then pondered between setting up the spades or the clubs. There, if ever, was an out-and-out guess, inasmuch as the length and texture of both black suits was the same. The coin was duly tossed and de clarer led the king of spades. East lost no time in taking the ace and returning a heart. Declarer refused I to take this trick, but West overtook and cleared the suit and there was no way for declarer to bring in nine tricks without the club suit. The last remaining hope was that East had the ace of clubs, but when this failed to materialize, the contract was aeieatea a trick. Had declarer elected to drive out the ace of clubs first, the hand could have been made, since the long hearts could not have been cashed. However, declarer could not find comfort in the belief that he had made a wrong guess. He actually had made a bad play. By the mere expedient of refusing the first heart trick rather than the second, de clarer could have won the hand. Presumably, the hearts would be continued and declarer takes the second trick. Now he elects to lead a spade and East wins with the ace, but has no heart to return and de clarer is safe. If East has a heart, then it will mean that the original lead was a four-card suit and that only two hearts and two aces can be cashed by the defense. The moral is: Holding two stoppers in the suit led at no-trump, when two important cards must be driven out, declarer should refuse the first trick and take the next two, rather than take the first and refuse the second. Tomorrow’s Problem. As dealer you hold: ♦ A K 9 4 A K 6 3 OAQ *AJ5 What is your opening bid? • (Copyright, 1046. by Charles H. Goren ) Take My Word for It By FRANK COLBY. Readers’ Corner. Prom P. J. D„ Omaha: The hu mane societies urge us to “Be kind to dumb animals.” I understand that the giraffe is the only animal that is voiceless; therefore, why | “dumb animal”? Answer: In the expression “dumb animals,” the word dumb does not mean voiceless. The proper mean 1 ing is: Not having the power of ; speech. Since most deaf-mutes have fully developed vocal cords, and can be taught to speak, it is inaccurate and very unkind to refer to them as being “deaf and dumb.” Let us use the term "deaf-mute.” Or, if the deaf person has been taught to speak, let us say that he is deaf, or, better still, hard of hearing. An understanding ol the personal pro nouns is essential to good English. My pamphlet is used in hundreds ol class rooms because of Its simplicity and com mon sense. For a free copy, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Frank Colby, in care of The Star. Ask for "Personal Pronouns" pamphlet. (Copyrgiht. the Bell Syndicate. Ine. 1946.) LAFF-A-DAY “Mom!” LIFE'S LIKE THAT “He’s bald! No teeth!! Cant talk!!! What people don’t spend their money on these days!” LETTER-OUT MITIGATE - Mimic VACANCIES PH Preventatives MUTTERS Moat constant. AUSTERE Tn Consumers DESIST HH Is partisan Remove one letter from each word and arrange to soell the word called (or. Print the letter opposite the word from which you have removed It. If you have ‘Lettered-Out" correctly it's lowest note of Guido s scale. Answer te Yesterday’s Letter-Out. (T> SPECTRE-CREEPS (crawls). (A) SEARING-SINGER (warbler) (Cl CARRIB-BRIAR (pipe materia!) ft ismmgz.'"* > i