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R1IORL COTTAGE—Completely furn. 4 S. cottage: washing machine: on Severn ■Tver at Harald Harbor: easy commuting w 'Washington: near fine beach. Phone WL 3402 or WI. 4355. —20 WO BEAUTIFUL HOMES, adjoining. On Ifieeapeake Bay, 28 miles from D. C.: flm.i., outdoor showers, completely fur Atjhed, large shady grounds; newly painted Sgd Improved; will sell separately. ^FR. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY, cottages, csblns, ISF. *396 up; cash or terms. Phone Jack son 3104. ask for BOB WHITE. , RETREAT—QUAINT and historically val uable 9-im. manor house on .Ha-acre site in bend of river above Frederick: attrac tive terms: completely sound cond. All modem improvements for year-round Ilv ing. *12.300 for immediate sale. EVERY MAN'S REAL ESTATE CO., SH. 1303. —15 HEW YEAR-ROUND HOME—23 mile* ont: Akbedzooms. living room, kitchen and bath; Mrge lot. overiooklns water; *7,500, term*. MR. BONO, ME. 9510. * X RAMBLING RANCH-TYPE summer and Winter home and 10 acres on the wide wa ters of the Great Wycomieo, la mile from Iky sand beach, fishing, crabbing and ducking, nothing Oner In water front: *16. 3*0. Phone GL. 8423. R08COE C. BANOS, kgctusively. SHOREHAM BEACH BARGAIN—Large 5 Yoom bungalow on large shaded lcn near water; white picket fence: small guest mouse in rear of lot: priced at *7.500 for Emnedlate sale. ROBERT MAGEE. RE. 9740. uptil 9:30. Southern md. water-front farm Rrrange now to visit this property Sunday. April 20, only 70 miles Irom D. C. over splendid roads: overlooking St. Georges River. Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay; about lVi miles shoreline; 200 seres. 6u In woods, balance 150 acres arable; Helds level; main bouse or 9 rms., 2 baths, modern kitchen; located In grove of trees just off river’s edge; complete outbuildings Include 2 large barns, 2 tenant houses, sunken storage cellar, granary and mill house. corn crib, 100-ft. utility shed, 2-car garage with' 45-ft. machine shed, etc.; en tire property in good condition, almost all buildings less than 7 yrs. old; $69,000. or most acceptable offer; excellent terms: complete machinery available. Directions: At Leonardtown <8t. Mary's County! take Point Lookout rd. to Calloways, right to Valley Lee. left to Drayden. follcrw road in front of Dent's store to end. farm lies straight ahead. OWNER will be pleased to show you the property. 20* PREFABRICATED BEACH COTTAGES of wood or aluminum. DUPONT IRON WORKS, 1168 18th at. n.w.. NA. 3766. —17 BAT RIDGF—Detached home directly on and overlooking bay. Large giassed-front porch, living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom. Vz bath and large pantry on first floor. Pour bedrooms, bath, on 2nd floor. Basement and oil heat: 2-car aarage: 2 bath houses with dressing rooms. INEZ CUSHARD, OR. 4232: eves.. WI 5867. —17 ■r ■■■ i. -i >-1- -- — sas FARMS FOR SALE. FARMS. FARMS, FARMS. JOHN BUR DOFT, Colesviile, Md. Call Ashton, Md.. 3846. —15 POULTRY FARMS, poultry farms. JOHN BURDOFT. Colesviile. Md. Call Ashton, Md.. 3846 —15 DAIRY FARMS, DAIRY FARMS. JOHN BURDOTT. iColesvllle. Md. Call Ashton, Md.. 3846. - —15 HE HAVE aeveral nice farms, reasonably priced, within 30 miles of Wash. Call us for appt. to Inspect. WILLIAMS REALTY CO.. 3806 Wilson blvd. OW. 6161 or 6162. —15 GENTLEMAN'S ESTATE—Delightful mod ern 10-room home, situated on 51 acres; located only 8 miles from District line, near Rockville; a recommended value at *37.500. Call TED L. PRICE. SH. 6544. —16 LOCUST GROVE FARM, near Olney. in Montgomery County. Md.—Stock farm of 237 acres, located on main pike and among fine estates. This Is one of the best pro ducing farms In Montgomery County; land nearly level, well fenced, plenty of water and about 35 acres in woods: attractive house of 7 rooms and bath: tenant house, bank barn. 40x85: barrack, double corn crib, 2-car garage, machine shed and shop, hog and chicken house. Call WC. 2300 until 9 p.m. KDW. H. JONES A CO., INC., exclusively. —16 STROUT’S GREEN FARM CATALOG—Ovei hararalns: .SI States, coast to coast: mailed free. 8TROUT REALTY. 711-A Woodward Bldg., Washington. D. C.. Metro politan 7548. STOCKED AND EQUIPPED FARM—14 lertlle acres, 6-rm. house, elec., center hall: 1st floor. 4 rms.. front cement porch, acreened-ln rear porch: 2 rms. In basemt : 2nd floor. 2 1st. rms.. 2 hennry, 2 brood er houses, cow bam. horse barn. 3 horses, 1 cow. 2 heifers, corn and hay for the year: pigs, chickens and wheat crop: wagon, harness, plows, harrows: all neces sary farm equipment on all-year-weather road. 23 miles of D. C.; $12,300. $4,70o cash. WEST & TAYLOR. PA. 2135. 220 ACRES above Winchester, Va.. in cluding 62 a timber. 9 a. peach and apple orchards: pasture and barns for 3o-40 head cattle, 66 a. crop land, 2 streams. 2 ponds space for plane runways, '-room House and other buildings: $22,600. MR. MALCOLM. NA. 5963 or OR. 6916. A COMFORTABLE 7 rm. and bath brick veneer house and 58 acres of fertile land suitable tor subdividing: plenty outbldgs., stream: only about 10 miles from Dis trict line in Montgomery County: price. *18,730 on easy terms. E. S. PRICE & CO.. ME. 3650. PL 1231 or call Mr. Price Sligo 3429. —16 8 ACRES, lots of fruit trees: 8 rms., lVa baths; 1 mile, from Beltsvilie on Powder mill rd.; sign on property. Mr. Paul. TA. 6246. POTTER. TA. 0142. —15 SMALL FARMS—2 acres and independ ence. $690 (no house). Near school, stores, churches, bus, etc. Near fast growing town. Plenty of room for chick ens. garden, fruits, berries, etc. Price. *690 and up: $60 down, $12 month. Drive 8ut Lee blvd. or Lee hwy., 35 minutes to entervllle. See our big sign on right, Fairfax Farms. Four-lane highway lrom Washington to Centerville—no turns. Open every day 1 to 6 p.m.. all day Sundays. Bring $10 deposit. Trailways bus passes us on Lee hwy. FARM. <13.300—This desirable farm of 104 acris of slightly rolling, well-watered, partly wooded land is situated 26‘a miles from Washington, via Lee hwy.: 65 acres under cultivation, improved by a 5-room frame bungalow. 15 years old. having elec, and water, and within 500 ft. of a natural-gas line; bam 50x40 ft. in excel lent condition: house for pigs: chicken house: comcrlb and tool ghed. Enure boundary of farm fenced with barbed wire. Price includes the following live stock. equipment and produce—3 horses. 3 tows, 1 calf. 35 chickens. 3 brood sows. 1 boar. 4 small Digs. 2 wagons. 1 com planter, 1 mower, 1 cultivator. 1 disc harrow. 1 lime spreader, lot of farm tools, approximately 13 tons of hay. 33 barrels cf corn and 35 bushels of oats If inter ested. call till 9 p.m.. J. WESLEY BUCH ANAN. 1501. Columbia pike. CH. 1341, OX. 2*98. —17 ESTATES, farms, country homes in North ern Virginia, one hour of Washington. Phone Herndon 38. BUELI, FARM AGENCY. Herndon. Fairfax Co.. Va. 20* MONTGOMERY and Howard County dairy farms. 100 to 300 acres. Call Miss Allen or Mr. Carl. 8427 Ga ave.- WORTHING TON REALTY. 8L. 3700. If no answer, 6H. 19l3. Open 9 a m to 9 p.m. —16 81 ACRES. 60 clear; 7-room house, out buildings: Immediate possession: $5,260. WO. 7975. 38 ACRES, 78 miles south: 7 looms, hall, porch: well, screens; $2,200. $160 down. $30 a mo. Also 197 acres. 76 miles south; young and saw timber, sereens: $1,970. $197 down. $25 a mo. Dial AD. 4862 for OWNER .—lfl OUTSTANDING FARM ESTATE within commuting distance—This well-kept prop erty combines’ a handsome, pleasantly att uated residence, with a self-sustaining farm: the house is In the Colonial tradi tion and has a living room 24x17, a smaller living room 16x16, a library 17x17. a dining room 12x15. a modern electric kitchen and g half bath on the first floor, and a large master bedroom with bath and 2 other bedrooms with bath on the second floor; in the basement is a servant's room with shower, laundry tubs and an oll-flred heating plant; out buildings include a manager's house of 5 rooms, bath and oil heat; a tenant house qf 3 rooms and bath: 2 milking barns with 12 and 14 stanchions, with automatic arinktng cups; a fully equipped dairy house. loO-ton silo, stable, machine shed and stock shed; all buildings are In first-class condition: truck, tractor, drill, manure spreader and other equipment are included: there are 170 acres of land, the rear of yhlch Is level enough for a private landing field. This fine property Is offered at $.6,000. which Is approximately one-half the owner's Investment in it. and is for sale only because of his leaving Washing ton- Shown by MASON HIRST. Annandale, va.. at the end ot Columbia pike. Phone ALex. 5812. Closed Sundays. AM-ACRE mountain iwtreat: 6-room house can be remodeled and made an outstand ing place: panoramic view; located 3 miles eaat of Shenandoah River. CH. 5294. 20* IDEAL PLACE for refined, retired people: this modern California-type bungalow with tlx good-sited daylight rooms with three acres of landscaped grounds is nestled tn the rolling country near Bluemont. ▼a.: scenic views: school bus passes premises; l>,i hours from D C on good •11-year road; paper, mall. etc., deltyered to doer: h.-w.h- g.-m.l- everything you can expect to keep you comfortable: very fertile land: double garage and chicken houses: fine sweet water, fruit trees. If you see it you will like it. Owner. R. S. BOWXN. 6131 Columbia pike. Arlington. Va. 18* 4 SMALL FARMS from 4 to 6 acres avail able—Close-In location, on paved road. For further information, call REAL ESTATE SERVICE. INC.. Lee hwy. at Glebe rd., OX 2585 or GL. 0501. —i« FARMS WANTED. WANTED TO RENT water-front farm. 10 to 30 acres, within 50 miles of D. C long lease end reesoneble rent. Box 435-X. Btar. . —18 I WANT a cheep or run-down farm or country place, within too miles of D. C. Only requisite is a good road and elec tricity. Write I. R. BOWEN, P O Box 107. Arlington. Ve. ..'-’0‘ REAL ESTATE LOANS. let AND S3 TRUST LOANS—Prompt ■ad wirtegaa ^gerrtte.^ Before borrowing IroiJfer ON %COND TRUST—We will Ear aeoend-trust notes. D. C.. nterby Md. Sr ▼». lUaeonnMe rates. NATIONAL MORTGAGE * INVESTMENT CORP- 1311 R. T. *ve n.w National 5833 Set. End AND 3rd TRUST LOANS. Cash In •14 hrs. Also financial aid to builders. METRO REALTY CO.. EX. 5499 RONEY on first and second trusts: prompt ection. reasonable rates; nearby Maryland. Virginia or D. C. property. THE AMERI CAN CO.. 807 15th. NA. 8032. LOANS TO D. C.. MD- VA. ROME owners Jllthout excessive title charges or appraisal ees; low rates. SECURITY FINANCE CORP- 838 Investment Bldg.. DI. 8672 CASH FOR 2nd TRUST NOTES; quick set tlement. FULTON R. GORDON, 1427 Eye »t. n.w. DI. 5230. Brokers' attention. Ist-TBUST REAL ESTATE NOTES, yield ing 4$». secured on centrally located in come-producing property. RANDALL H. HAGNER * CO- INC 1321 Conn. ave. W.W— PE, 3600. —15 MONEY WANTED. TglX'OND-TRl'ST NOTE. $2,950; good reel estate Investment at 6*. NO. 2141. call' T to » p.m. ■ —16 6 MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS ON UAL ESTATE, 1st tad 2nd trusts, D. C. and Md. property: prompt Mirier L. O, WHITE, Wl. 7600. 15* _ PROPOSALS__ OFFICE or THE ARCHITECT of the Cap itol. Washington. D. C„ April 11, 1947. Sealed bidi. in triplicate, will be received in this office until .1 o'clock p.m., April 25, 1947. and then publicly opened, for making alterations and Improvements for Folding Boom In the Senate Office Building. Wash S. D. c.r including structural steel, reed concrete, steel stairs, painting cal work, etc. Bidding information may be obtained on application. DAVIE LYNN, architect of the Capitol. WASHINGTON SUBURBAN Sanitary Com mission. Contract No. 228-S. sewer con struction.—Sealed proposals for construct ing Northwest Branch trunk sewer from Sligo Branch to University lane, involving approximately 11,200 feet oi 30-inch re inforced concrete pipe sewers,, will be re ceived kt the office of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission. Hamilton st.. Hyaturille. Md., until 11:30 am. Eastern standard time, Friday. April 25, 1947. at which place and time they will be publicly opened and read. Flans and rtifleations may be obtained from Harry Hall, chief engineer of the Commission. Hyattsville. Md., upon deposit of S3, which deposit will be returned to bidders or to those retu-r.ins plans and specifications m good condition. FRANK B. SMITH. LACY SHAW. DWIGHT B. GALT, commissioners. _AUCTION SALES. j _FUTURE_ 1HOS. t. OWEN i SON. auctioneers. 435 Southern Building.—Trustees' sale of two valuable two-story semidetached frame dwellings, bein'- known as premises Nos. 1225 and 1227 Delaware ave. s.w.— By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded in Liber No. 8128. folio 623 et | seq.. of the land records cf the District of Columbia, and at the reouest of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction in front of the premises, on Friday the twenty-fifth day of April, A.D. 1947. at three-thirty o'clock p.m., the following-described land and premises, situate in the District ol Columbia, and designated »3 and being lots "N” and "O" in William-W. Metcalfs subdivision of lots In square 596. as per Flat recorded In the office of tHe Surveyor or the District of Columbia in Liber CHB at folio 177. Terms: Sold subject to a Jirior building association derd of trust or Sl.329.92. further narticulars of which will be announced at time of sale; the purchase price above aaid trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of $500.00 required. ; Conveyancing, recording, etc., at pur chaser's cost. Terms to be complied with within thirty dayE. otherwise deposit for feited and the proper.y may be advertised and resold at the discretion of the trus tees. HARRY J. KANE. RICHARD E. HARRIS. Trustees apl 22.214.171.124.24 ADAM A. WESCHLER 4e SON. auctioneers —Trustees’ sale of 2-story brick dwelling. No. 3215 Fifth st. s.e.. containing 6 rooms and bath, hot-water heat, gas fired. By virtue of a deed of trust recorded in Liber No. 7568. folio 613. et seq . one of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will offer for sale by public auction, in front of premises, on Friday, the 25th day of April, 1947, at 4 o'clock p.m.. the following described prop erty in the District of Columbia, to wit: Lot 23 and the south 6 feet front on 5th st. by the full depth of Lot 22 In Block 2 in A. E. Randle’s subdivision of land now known as "Congress Heights." as per plat recorded in Liber County 7. folio 88. of the records of therfff.ee of the Surveyor of the District of Wlumbia. With a right of way over the following described part of Lot 22: Beginning for the same on the west line of 5(b st. at a point distant 6 feet north of the southeast corner of said lot; thence west 106.34 feet to the rear line thereof; thence north 9 feet; thence east 106.34 feet to 5th st., and thence south 9 feet to the point of beginning, as reserved In deed from Arthur N. Meloy and Vlf# t.n Julill* P Rnhpv anri vlfp April 8, 1935. and recorded in Liber 6880. folio 484 of the land records of the Dis trict of Columbia. Terms of sale: Cash. A deposit of $500 required of purchaser at sale. Examination of title, conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps and notarial fees at cost of purchaser. Terms to be complied with within 30 days from day of sale, otherwise trustees reserve the right to resell property at risk and cost of de faulting purchaser, ifter live days’ adver tisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washington. D. C., or deposit may be forfeited, or without forfeiting de posit trustees may avail themselves of any legal or equitable rights against -defsuiting purchaser. SAMUEL W. MELOY. JOSEPH G. HERBERT. Trustees. apl5,16,21.23,26 LEGAL NOTICES. WILBUR L. GRAY. Attorney, 1430 New York A»e. N.W. Filed Mai. 3, 1947. Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia.— CAPITAL MORTGAGE k TITLE CO.. INC., A Body Corporate. Plaintiff, vs. SOPHIA SIMMS, ET AL. Defendants.—C. A. No. 485-47. — The object of this suit is removal of cloud on title to real estate in the District of Columbia, being part of original Lot 27 Block 4. ‘’Barry Farm," now known for purposes of assessment and taxation as Lot 869 in Sauare 5814. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 3rd day of March. 1947. ordered that the defendants, SOPHIA SIMMS, UNKNOWN HEIRS OF SOPHIA SIMMS, PRANK SIMMs, also known as Frank Sims. HENRY BIMMS. also known as Henry Sims, and JAMES SIMMS, also known as James Sims, cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the first rule day occurring after the expiration of 3 months from this date, otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as In case of default. Provided, a copy of this order be published twice a month for three months in the Washington Law Reporter, and The Washington Evening Star before said day. (81 T. ALAN GOLDSBOROUGH. Jusrice. (Seal.) A true copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By CLARA P. CONNELL, Deputy Clerk.mh4.18.apl.15.my6.20. GEORGE MORRIS FAY. United States Attorney, HELENA 0. REED. Assistant United States Attorney, United State* Ceurtheuse. Filed January 29. 1947, Charles E. Stewart. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia — United States of America, Plaintiff, vs. Unknown Heirs At Law and Next of Kin of Catherine McDonald also known as Catherine D. McDonald. Deceased: Wil liam J. Nalley. Administrator, Defendants. —No. CA 23-47—The object of this suit is for appointment of a receiver to take charge of, care for. protect, preserve and manage real estate described as Lot 16, Sauare* 4239, improved by premises 4020 22nd street Northeast, in the District of Columbia, of which Catherine McDon ald (also known as Catherine D. McDonald) deceased, died seized In fee simple intestate on or about February 36. 1946 . without any known heir capable of inheriting said real estate and which may escheat to the United States a« provided by Section 18-111 of the District of Columbia Code. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 29th day of January, 1947. ordered that the de fendant unknown heirs at law and next of kin of said Catherine McDonald (also known as Catherine D. McDonald), de ceased. and each of them cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the first rule day occurring after the expiration of three months from the date of the first publication of this order, otherwise the cause will be proceeded-with «s In case of default. Provided, a copy of this order be published twice a month for three months in the Washington Law Reporter and The Evening Star Newspaper before said day. T. ALAN GOLDSBOR OUGH. Justice. (Seal.) A true copy. Test: CHARLES E STEWART. Clerk, by CLARA P. CONNELL. Deputy Clerk. _fel.l5.ma1.l5.ap1.15. FRANK R. smith. 1127 Eye Street N.W., Kashin ft en, D. C.. and GEORGE W.l REISER. 1150 National Press Building. Washington, D. c.. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Filed April 11, 1947. Charles E. Stewart. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States for the District of Co Harvard Street N.W., Washington. D. C„ Plaintiff, vs. Jacques LeNord. Havana. Florida. Delendant.—CIVIL ACTION NO. (80"fl.—ORDER PUBLICATION—ABSENT DEFENDANT.—The object of this suit is in absolute divorce on the ground of lesertlon for a period of two years. On notion of the plaintiff, It is this 11th day if April, 1947. ordered that the defendant. Facques LeNord. cause his appearance to >e entered herein on or before the fortieth iav. exclusive of Sundays ar.d legal holi fays. occurring after the day of the first jublication of this order: otherwise the -ause will be proceeded with eg in case of iefault. Provided, that a copy of this irder be published once a week tor three lUccessive weeks tn The Washington Law Reporter and in The Evening Star news paper before the said date above men loned (Si H A. SCHWEINHAUT. Justice (Seal.' A True Com Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By CLARA F. CON HELL Deputy Clerk._ apl5,Tl.-;8. HINTON * HERON: Att.raays By WIL UAM L. OWEN. MWnuy Bldg. Piled April 11, 1947, Charles E. Stewart. Clark. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United 8tatea for the District of Co lumbia^—In re application of ARLINE P. BUTTERWORTH. US Madison Street N. W., Washington. D. C . and ALVIN LEE BUTTERWORTH. a minor by his mother and next trienti. Ariine P. Butterworth. 116 Madison Street N.W’.. Washnigton. O. C.—Civil Action No 1 6.19-41 .—ORDER —Ariine P. Butterworth. and Alvin Lee Butterworth. an infant, by his mother and next trlend Ariine P. Butterworth, having Hied a complaint lor a judgment changing iheir names to Ariine Bray Preil" and 'Alvin Lee Preil" respectively, and having applied to the Court for an order of publication of the notice required by law in svch eases, it is. by the Court, this lllh day of April. 1947. ORDERED that all persons concerned show cause, if any there be. on or before the 10th day of Slay. 1947. why the prayers of said complaint should not be granted: Provided, that a copy of this order be published once a week for three consecutive weeks before said day in The Evening Star and the Washington Law Reporter. (S' H. A. SCHWEINHAUT. Justice. (Segl.l A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By CLARA P. CONNELL. Deputy Clerk.anlS.qe.gP. WHARTON E. LESTER. Attorney._ DISTRICT COURT OR THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 68.660, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: Thwt ihe subscribers, of the District of Columbia, have obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Philip G. Affleck, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit Ihe same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscribers, on or before the "Olh day of March. A.D 1948; otherwise they may by, .law be excluded from all beneflt of said estate. Given under our hands this "Mh day of March. 1947. GRACE B AFFLECK 11737 Devonshire Place N.W. WHARTON E. LESTER 916 Southern Building i Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills ter the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. apl.8.15 \ i ✓ - * LICAL NOTICES (C—U Filed April a, 1947_^Charle* E. Stewart, DC THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE , United States lor the District of Coium w*. — In Re: Application of Thomafc Composto and Gladys Composto, For Change of Name. — Civil Action Ho. 21466-47.—Thomas Composto and Gladys cmpesto, having filed a complaint for a idgment chancing their names to Thomas Camp and Gladys Camp and having applied to the Court for. an order of publication of the notice required by law in such case3. it is. by the court, this 5th day of April. 1847, Ordered that all persons concerned show cause. If any there be, on or before the 3rd day of May. 1847, why the prayers of said com plaint should not be granted: Provided. That a copy of this order be published once a week for three consecutive weeks before said day in The Evening Star and The Washington Law Reporter. <8> DAVID A. PINE. Justice. (Seal.' A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. Ay CLARA F CONNELL. Deputy Clerk.ap8.15.22. LAURA M. BERRIEN. Attornev. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Hold ing Probate Court.—No. 67434. Adminis tration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscribers of the District of Columbia, have obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters of Ad ministration. C.T.A. on the estate of Anna Elizabeth McNew Lrfas. late of the Dis trict of Colombia. deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, io the subscribers, on or uefore the 77th day of March. A.D. 1848: otherwise theyl may by law be excluded iron- all benefit of said estate. Given under cur hands this. 27lh day of March, 1941. LAURA M. BERRIEN. 431 Investment Bldg.. ACHIL LES CATSONIS. 1118 Wooaward Bldg. (Seal.) Attest: ELLA A. BROWN. Deputy Register of Wills for the District ol Co lumbia. Clerk of the Proba.e Court.' anH.l 5.22___ THOMAS MORTON GITTINGS and CHARLES PATTON HENRY. Attorneys. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Hold ing Probate Court.—No. 68,910. Adminis tration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscribers, of the State of Maryland and the 8tate of Virginia, respectively, have obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Ancillary Letters Testamentary and Ancillary Letters of Ad ministration, C.T.A., respectively, on the estate of Rene A. Ruiz, late of the Slate of Virginia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscribers, on or before the 26th day of March. A.D. 1948: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under our hands this 26th day of March. 1947. THOMAS MORTON GITTINGS. 416 5th Street N.W.. CHARLES PATTON HENRY. 800 70th Street N.W. (Seal.) Attest: ELLA A. BROWN. Deputy Register ol Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court,ap8.15.22 LEWIS H. SHAPIRO. Attorney. 1061 15th Street N.W. Piled Mar. 28, 1947, Charles E. Stewart. Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States lor the District ol Columbia.—Milton H. Pitts, Plaintiff, vs. Sarah F. Pitts. Defendant.—No. 37 0-47.— The object of this suit is to obtain an ab solute divorce on the grounds of Desertion, etc. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this :!8th day cf March 194 7. ordered that the defendant. Sarah F. Pitts, cause her appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sun days and legal holidays, occurring after the day of the first publication of this order- otherwise the cause will be pro ceeded with as in case of default. Pro vided. a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter, anil The Evening Star bejore siid day. (3.) T. ALAN GOLDSBOROUGH. Justice. (Seal.) Attest: CHARLES E. STEW-ART. Clerk. By CLARA F. CONNELL. Deputy Clerk._apl.6.13. WHARTON E. LESTER. Attorney. Southern Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 68588. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Eleanor Porter Jelleff. late of the District of Co lumbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased axe hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 07th rtav oi .Marcn. A.D. 1848; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 27 th day of March. 1847. FRANK R.. JELLEFF. 2439 Wyoming Ave. N.W. (Seal! Attest: ELLA A. BROWN. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Co lumbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. __apS.15,22. JOSEPH A. RONEY. Attorney, _ 500 Woodward Building. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District o, Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 68961. Ad ministration.—This Is to Give Notice That the subscriber, of the District ot Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Howard S. Roberts, also known as Howard S. Roberts. II and Howard Shreeve Roberts, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before (he 4th day of April. A.D. 1948: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 8th da» of April, 1847. DAISY A. ROBERTS. 3515 36th St., N.W. (Seal,) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register oi Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Ccurt,ap 15.22.29. ALBERT E. BRALLT. Attorney; “ Transportation Building. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 68.981. Ad ministration.—This Is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the State of Penn sylvania. has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. letters Testamentary on the estate of Natalie R. Fernald. late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 4th day of April. A.D. 1848: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 9th day of April. 1947. ERNEST MERCER FERNALD, R. D. 2. Easton. Penra. (Seal.) Attest: MEL VIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills foe the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Com- aol5.22.2f>. THOMAS R. MANNING, Attorney. >39 Quincy Street. N.W. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED! Stales for the District of Co.umbia. I Holding Probate Court.—No. 67843. Ad-; ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That 1 the subscriber, of the State of Kansas, has i obtained from the Probate Court ot the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Cheste; F. Lowe, jr., late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit'the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authen ticated. to the subscriber, on or before the 20th day of February. A.D. 1948: other wise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 10th day of April. 1947. LOR RAINE FOX LOWE. 218 Lane O. Sunflower. Kansas. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MAR QUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court.__ apl5.22.29 K. F. BROOKS, Attorney. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the Di'-irict ot Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 68899, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters of Admin istration, CT.A. on the estate of Ernest Knaebel. late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the Touchers there of. legally authentic*tad, to the subscriber, on or before the first dav of Anril. A n 1948; otherwise they may by law be ex cluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under Its hand this 10th day of April. 1947. THE RIGGS NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON. By: SIDNEY F. TALIAFERRO. Vice President and Trust Officer. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MAR QUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probata Court._apl 5.22.29 K. F. BROOKS. Attorney. ■ DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States i or the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court—No. 88900. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That tne subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters of Administration C. T. A. on the estate of Cornelia P. Knagbel. late of the Dis trict of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 1st day of April. A.D. 1948: otherw's* they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under its hand this Hith day of April. 1947. THE RIGGS NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON. By SIDNEY F. TALIAFERRO. Vice President and Trust Officer. (Seal! Attest: MEL VIN J. MARQUES Deouty Register of Wills 'or the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court,_apl5.32.29. BYRON J. HAHRILL. Attorney. Washington Loan A Tryst Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 88959. Ad ministration—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the State of Mary land. has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Ancillary Lett err of Administration on the estate of Milton Commodore Knox, late of the State of Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 2nd day of April, A.D. 1948: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given tinder my hand this 2nd day of April. 1947. SOPHIE G. KNOX. 5814 Randolph St.. HyattsvUle. Md. (Seal.' Attest: MELVIN J MAR QUES Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court._ apl 5.22.29. BRE8NABAN, KUKRIY A WILKINSONT _Attorneys. 321 Tower BaUding._ DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 68002, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the State of Virginia, nas obtained from the Probate Court of the Dts.rtcl of Columbia, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Clara Louise Pratt Jones, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having ciaims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the i same with the vouchers thereof, legal!” authenticated to the subscriber, on or be fore the 2nd day of Aoril. A.D. 1948: other wise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given nnder my hand this 2nd day of Aoril. 1947. JOSEPHINE W. PARRISH 1425 Avondale ave.. Richmond. Va. (Seal 1 Attest: MELVIN J MARQUES Deputy Register of Wilis for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. apI5 22.29. 4 rLEGAL NOTICES. tiled MU. 29, 1947. Charles X. Stewart, .-_ Clerk. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States lor the District ol Columbia.— ALEXANDER E. CHASTANO. Plaintiff, vs. C. CUNTON JAMES. Surviving Trustee. LUCY WOOD FERGUSON, if living, or Her Unknown Heirs. Alienees and Devisees if she be dead. Defendants.—Civil Action No. 800-47. — ORDER OF PUBLICATION.— The object of this action is to obtain a judgment vesting in the plaintiff, by ad verse possession, a fee simple title to Lot 8 in Block lu in Corey and Croissant. Trustees’ sudvision, ’’American University Heights,’ in the District of Columbia, assessed as Lot 8 Souare 1516. On mo tion of the plaintiff, it is by the Court this 29th day of March. A.D.- 1947, ORDERED that the defendant Lucy Wood Ferguson. If living, cause her appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days, occurring after ihe day of the first publication hereof, otherwise this action will be proceeded with as in case of de fault. end also that the defendants, the unknown heirs, alienees and devisees of Lucy Wood Ferguson, if she be dead, cauie their appearance to be entered herein on or before the first rule day occurring after the expiration of sixty days from and after the day of the first publication hereof, otherwise as to them this action will be proceeded with as In case of de fuaK; provided a copy hereof be published once a week for four successive weeks in The Washington Law Reporter and in The Evening Star, longer and other publica tions being dispensed with for satisfactory cause shown. F. DICKINSON LETTS. Justice. iSeal.i A true copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk By IRENE B. BURROUGHS Dlputy Clerk. apl ,6.15.2‘i__ I fpXiIiii TRAILER COACH HEADQUARTERS for Past 6 years. Your housing problem can be settled quickly from our several new lines totaling 14 models. Among these Boor Plans your needs and desires can be Oiled immediately. Price. £1.895 to $3,495 Finance for 24 months if desired. Hlggini Campers utility trailers and accessories RICHTER TRAILER SALES. U. S. Route I. Berwyn. Md. Phone TO. 5035. 1947 AMERICAN. Howard. Schult, Zim mer and Travelo trailer coaches. Granite luggage trailers and camping trailer*. loo med. delivery Oak Grove Court Trailer, operated by AMERICAN TRAILER CO.. TNC.. 4 mi south of Alexandria, on Route 1. Phone OV. 2801. MOVING AND HAULING made easy and thrifty when you rent one of our luggage utility trailers and boat trailers by the day. week or month. AMERICAN TRAIL ER CO.. INC.. 4030 Wisconsin ave. n.w. Phone WO. .3231. FOR RENT or sale like rent, practically new 28-ft. Duo de luxe. 3 rooms, com pletely equipped, hot and cold water; nearby shower and rest room; 1 mile from D. C. line; $95 Der month: 5O', applied to sale price. ,'V’.250 SH. 7692. NATIONAL TRAILERS. 1947. now on di> Play. C. FRED PAINTER. 6009 Baltimore ave , Riverdale. Md. Phone WA. 4903. GLIDER HOUSE TRAILERS. 1947 models; immediate delivery: « different sizes, some with elec, refgr., bottled gas: also preway cooking stoves, elec refgr.. gas cylinders. Nelson dollies, other extra equipment Only Glider makes America’s luxury home on wheels. COLIE TRAILER CO., exclusive Glider dealer. 8232 Ga. ave. SL. 2242. Open Sunday and evenings till !>. FOR RENT—Stake and box-type all pUTpose utility trailers, by hr., day or wk. We hitch to your car. Open Sun. Call GL. 8820. RENT-A-TRAILER CO.. 3203 Lee hwy.. Arl . Va. CURTIS WRIGHT—The sensational new all-aluminum luxury clipper. 20 ft., weighs less than 1.500 pounds. Other nationally famous new trailer roaches from $1,295 and up Also Kit Sports master Kamper. "See ABC" TRAILER SALES. INC., U. S No. I. Berwyn. Md. Tower 4!)49. ’ll COVERED WAGON HOUSE trailer. 22 ft. long; excel, condition: $1,100. Elmwood 563. —18 1916 POLISHED ALUMINUM trailer, in excellent condition, used 8 weeks; sacri flee for $2.50(1, CH. 0144._]T« NOW’ TRADE IN your used trailer for one of our large, luxurious 1947 3-rm. trailer coaches Immed. delivery on all 7 models. _ 2-wheel coaches. 1947 American (Homtcrest). 25 ft..$2,165 1947 Travelo Cruiser. 22Va ft_2.195 4-wheel tandems. 1947 Z'mmer (4 pass.), 27 ft_2.450 1947 Zimmer. (6 pass.!. 27 ft._ __ 2.630 1947 Bchult Luxury Liner. 25>,i ft.. 2,795 1947 Travelo (steel). 27 ft. _ _ 2.950 1947 Howard (aluminum). 28 ft._2.950 Prices Include equipment and accessories, drop cord, door mats, fire extinguisher. 3 ton lift. hyd. jack. etc. Terms on 12, 18, 24 months 1947 Comb, boat and utility trailer. $195.00 1946 Granite exp. utility trailer.- 199.50 1946 Dor-Lee Trail Camper _ 595.00 1947 Kit-Camper (aluminum! 7.35.00 Open eves and Sun. till 9 ».m AMERICAN TRAILER CO.. INC 40.10 Wisconsin ave. n.w Phone WO 3231. AUTO PAINTING. AUTO PAINTING, any color. $30: work guaranteed. RE. 5353, Ext. 31. Call lor and deliver. —19 AUTO PAINTING—Complete Job, $60; se lect your color; work guaranteed. ADDI SON CHEVROLET. 1522 14th st. n.w., HO 7600. AUTO PAINTING—Complete job. $35 up; work guaranteed. GILBERT. 4102 Pa. ave. extended s.e.. LI. 3539. GARAGES FOR RENT DOUBLE BRICK GARAGE. $20; storage only. 1474 Columbia rd. n.w. GARAGES WANTED GARAGE WANTED—2-car, lor storage. Cali CO. 4003.—16 AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS, GUARANTEED rebuilt transmissions, shock absorbers, rear ends, new hub caps, grilles, seal-beam lights, water and fuel pumps. Jacks, cyl heads, floor mats, safe ty slats installed J L. BRENNER & CO.. 1940 Montana ave. n.e., FR 1940. AUTO REPAIR SERVICE—Every mechani cal repair body, glass, fender, paint. MANHATTAN AUTO & RADIO CO . 1706 7th st. n.w. AUTO LUGGAGE TRAILER—Immediate delivery; new shipment just arrived; the neatest one you’ve ever seen: suitable for merchants, farmers, fishermen and tour ing. Low priced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO 1437 Irving st. n.w.. AD. 8500. Washing ton’s Largest Pontiac Dealer. NEW-TYPE TIRE RECAPPING bv the lat est safety process: beautiful treadt 2 hour service: electric-treated sections If your tire is cut. See your tires being re capped at ARCADE PONTIAC CO- Wash ington's Largest Pontiac Dealer. 1437 Irving st. n.w.. AD. 8500. Quick, efficient service. PONTIAC OWNERS. ATTENTION! We carry a large stock of good-ouality seat covers In popular colors. They will also fit other models of General Motors cars. Prompt and neat installation if desired. ARCADE PONTIAC CO- 1437 Irving st. n.w- AD 850(1. CADILLAC OWNERS, immediate service on all types of repairs: experienced mechanics: all work guaranteed. AD. 5883. WIL LARD'S. rear lfilo 14th st. n.w. —17 TIRE SPECIAL, while they last. 600x16, $12.60. and 650x16. $14.75. All 1st grade. PRICE'S SINCLAIR. 1100 llth st s.e.—1J> AUTO TRUCKS FOR SALE. CHEVROLET 1941 l'.i-ton dump: low mileage: good condition: 60-day guar antee: $1,175 WA. 6339. CHEVROLET 1939 *i-ton panel: good con dition: $490. Can be seen at residence, 5 Burns st. n.e LI. 5455. —20 WILI.Y8 JEEP 1947 'i-ton. 4-wheel drive; imed. del. HUNTER MOTORS. OV. 1439. INTERNATIONAL J941 dump truck: I tons: good condition: $950. CE. 3978. INTERNATIONAL 1939 ’.-ton panel~$n50: heater, good tires, motor good condition: can be seen at 2324 Columbia pike. —15 FORD 1942 stake: I w : excellent condi tion: good tires: $1,050: 46 other buses and trucks to pick from. 1731 Bladens burg id. n.e. *—17 HUDSON ’.-ton pickup truck: used by dealer, never titled, like new: must have passenger car in trade: list price. $1,450. GRADY MOTORS, 4830 Hampden lane, Bethesda, Md- WI. 7400. —19 BUSE8, 1942 Internationals, K-6 and K-Ss: good condition: $1,450. RICE MO TOR CO- 1731 Bladensburg rd. n.e. —17 FORD 1943 1‘i-ton stake, 158-inch wheel base: good tires: still like new. MI. 1482. 15* nnnr.V IQll ton rinmn fpi’Pl” nr<v>t.RlT owned: can be seen at S. iz T. Auto Sales and Service. Tyson's Corner. Va.; or call Vienna 354 or 263-W. —15 FORD TRUCKS (4) l'/a-ton: can be seen at the United Brick Co. yard, New York ave. and Bladensburg rd. n.e AT 239". —15 1936 WARD LA FRANCE DUMF truck. 2',i tons: excels condition: best offer. 716 Bayley pi. s.e. efter 5 pm —21 1937 CHEVROLET TRUCK. 1 ‘s-ton. stake body; good running condition. $400 or best offer. Call GARNER, Ml 9676. bet. K and 5. —17 FORD '941 stake body. 1 la-ton. WIL LIAM F. NELSON, 923 V st. n w. DU. '1090. —17 INTERNATIONAL 1942 K-7 4' . -ton. c. o. e.. short whee base, van body: motor snd tires In excellent condition: would elso make good tractor or dump. $1 150. Call TR. 6970 alter « p.m. —19 DODGE 1940 1-ton panel truck: with new motor: $945. LCGAN MOTOR CO. Ford dealer. 2017 Va. ave. ME. 2818. —17 CHEVROLET 1939 slake body: good tirei, needs rings: $275 WA. 7226. —20 CHEVROLET 1937 1 Vj-ton stake truck, dual wheels: sacrifice on terms; $395.1 "ROPER " 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 16* I FORD 1939 de luxe sedan delivery; looks., runs good; sacrifice. $435: consider terms. "ROPER." 1730 R I. ave. n.e, Ifi* STUDEBAKF.R late 1945 1-ton pickup. Studebaker 1947. 1'. ions, van bodv. 1 ° ft., has tall gate Chevrolet ate 1942. l'i tons, stake bodv. 9 ft., has tail eate. 914 12th S', n.w. DI. 2633. 16* ATTENTION. MOVERS! R»o 1946 15-ft steel van with bullnose and overload gate. 2-speed axel, for local or over-the-road hauling: complete and ready to rol’. This is a real buy. REC WASHINGTON CO.. INC . 1331 Half st. s.e. ' —17 REO 1946 2'i-ton tractor. 2-speed rgar with oveadrive. saddle tank. 9.00x20 10 Dly tires, spotlight: condition like new: $2,795. REO WASHINGTON CO*. INC., 1331 H-lf st. s.e. —17 FORD 1940 dump truck for sale. 2-ton; $<00. Call from 8 am. to 6 p.m.. LU 0663. —17 CHEVROLET 1946 sedan-delivery, new; $ 1.69.,. FR. 9541. _17* SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK END_ 1938 Ford panel ’« ton _ —.$575 1942 Chevrolet I Vi-ton panel_$850 1937 Ford panel . . _ S175 CENTRAL MOTOR CO.. 3200 Lee hwy , Arlington. Va. Open Sunday from 10 to 3. __ —15 ***** SURPLUS TRUCKS by Central Motor Co., GMC truck dealer: (50) Conventional trucks. 1942 Chevrolets. lVi-ton stakes. 1942 Fords. 1 la-ton stakes. , 1*42 Chevrolets. 1 '2-ton dumps Panels—Fords. Dodges. Buses—29 and 15 passenger ' (.10) Army trucks, 6x6s. 6x4s. 4x4s. ',4! to 6 ton stakes, dumps, tractors, pickups. I cargoes, semitrailers Bodies—Stakes, vans. Parts and gervice on Army and conven tional trucks at both our 2 new plants. Alex, and Arlington. CENTRAL MOTOR CO.. GMC Trick Dealer, 3200 Lee hwy., Arlington. CH. 7000. To reach: Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn right onto lee hwy. (U. S. 211 or 29'. drive lVi miles. Daily, 8 to 6: Sunday, 10 to S. I ! AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. VETERAN DESIRES HOUSEHOLD moving. general hauling; vans, (takes, panels, whit* help; reas. rates. FR. 8280 Ext. 72. CHEVBOLET8, 1947; vans, stakes, panel: and pickups for hire by day. week or ye»n_ ^PPBLICi SERVICE DRIVE-YOUR STUDBBAKER 3la-ton stake body, can vass ton; weekly or monthly. Phone CH. 2008. Ext. 481. 18* VAN TRUCKS, large or small Jobs; experi enced help; prompt service; reas. rates: local and long distance. TA. 2937. 16* MOTORCYCLB. HARLEY DAVIDSON “74” O.H.V. 1946 model; with complete de luxe equipment. Also 1946 B.R.A. and other good used motorcycles. Immed. delivery on 1947 O.H.V. Matchless and A.J.S.. also Franels Bamett lightweight motorcycles. ALLIED MOTORCYCLES, 2014 M st. n.w.. RE. 5073 —18 HARLEY DAVIDSON. 1948; excellent cond : many accessories: low mileage; expert care of machine. Phone WA. 2335. 15* MOTOR BIKE. Whiater. for sale, excellent condition: several, accessories: S125. Call OL. 2856. —16 INDIAN CHIEF, late 1940: 2.000 miles: immaculate condition; best offer. Call after 5 p.m.. DE. 1389. _ » AUT0M01IL1S FOR SALE. BUICK 1942 4-door sedan, small: r . h.. like new: *1.495 or best oiler under. MR. BERGER. ME. 1143. BUICK 1941 4-dr. Special sedan: good cond.: *1,300. Call SH. 9151. —17 BUCK 1940 convertible: motor overhauled, new top. radio, heater, defroster; excel, cond.: *1,200. Phone FA. 2481 or RE. 8022. —15 BUICK 1941 4-door sedan: grey; healer and defroster: 42.000 mi.; excellent condi tion throughout: must see- it to appreciate it: *1.295. Cali SL. 6613 after 7 p.m. BUICK 1931 sport coupe; radio: excellent running condition: $200 or best offer un der. 911 No. Greenbrier st., Arlington. Va., CH. 0283. - —17 BUICK 1941 7-passenger Limo. model ”90 L”; good cond.. good tires; price, *776. Two Buick 1942 7-passenger Limos. model "90-L”: good cond. and good tires; price. SI.075. AIRPORT TRANSPORT. INC.. 710 14th st. n e„ TR. 1637, ask for MR. COOK BUICK 3 946 dr. green sedanette: beauti ful condition, radio and heater; only *2. 475 cash. MR. NEUMANN. 903 H st. n.w. NA. 3433, TA. 1641. —21. BUICK 1941 Special 4-door sedan: black, radio and heater, tires, motor, interior in excel, cond.: 30-day guarantee; *1,296 LOGAN MOTOR CO. 1111 18th st. n.w. DI. 5800. —17 BUICK 1940 new sedanette: r. and h.: $2,595: trade desired: term.- . WASH AUTO AUCTION. 8611 Colesville rd. 5 S . Md. SH. 4400. —17 BUICK 1937 blk. 5-pass, coupe: good con dition; $395. After 4 p.m.. LI. 3169 2317 32nd st. s.e. 1H* BUICK 1941 Super convertible: perfect condition, all accessories; *1,500; no less. Call TE. 8392. —16 BUICK 1939 Special 4-dr. sedan: radio and heater: *895. LOGAN MOTOR CO. Ford dealer. 2017 Va. ave. ME. 2818. —17 BUICK 1939 Century sedan: radio and heater: *895. LOGAN MOTOR CO., Ford Dealer. 2017 Va. ave., ME. 2818. —17 BUICK 1933 4-door sedan: Just passed D. C. inspection: clean. 4 new tires: must sell; *300 or best offer under. LU. 2184 BUICK 1940 Super convertible: radio haater; 11,000 miles: *2.750. RE. 5656. Ext. 9, • CADILLAC 4-dr. sports sedan model 41-62: completely overhauled by Capitol-Cadillac; *2.100. NA. 1*708. —17 CHEVROLET 1939 2-door sedan: heater, new tires, battery, original owner: *815 or best offer under. TE. 1989. • CHEVROLET 1939 business coupe; seat covers and heater; good condition: price, *695. Call WO. 9842. —16 CHEVROLET 1942 4-door sedan Special de luxe: with heater, beautiful finish, tires excel. .3°-day guarantee; *1.295. LOGAN MOTOR CO.. 1111 18th st. n.w. DI. 5800. ?P5yF®®®^ 1947 4-door Fleetmaster: 15,000 miles; $2,000. CH. 6365 after 6 p.m. 17 CHEVROLET 1937 coupe: runs good: $237 full price. ”ROPER,” 1730 R. I. ave n.e 16* CHEVROLET de luxe sedan: new tires: sell this week: *137 full price. • ROPER.” 1,30 R. I. ave. n.e. 16* CHEVROLET 1941 station wagon: must lell .this week; S925: consider terms ROPER. 1730 R I. ave n.e. 16* - xf v * 1 **1 business coupe: clear. oll.OOO miles: one owner: new painf. seat covers, other extras: $1,000. Call WI. HoOl evenings. —17 CHRYSLER 1940 Royal: best offer be''5W $900. Cal! CH. fluid. • CHRYSLER 1941 New Yorker 4-dr. sedan splendid condition, good tires: $1,250; may be seen by phoning EM. 7 740. CHRYSLER 1035 Airflow; good rubber $325. R. D. LINDSEY. Co’.esville. Md„ Silver Spring 0388. —15 DE SOTO 1939 de luxe club coupe. My new car has arrived so must sell. Re eently spent $400 for complete overhaul; $800 or best offer under. CH. 2727. DE SOTO 1941 <fluid drivel de luxe sedan; radio, heater: excel, cond : $l,195; consider tj;rms. "RopER," 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 10* DE SOTO 1939 4-door sedan: $800: by pvt. owner. Trinidad 8387. 10-IOth at n.*„ basement apt. DODGE 1940 4,-door sedan: new paint. 5 new tires, r. and h.; a beauty: $1,000. RA. 8478 after 4:30 p.m. DODGE 1940 de luxe sedan: radio, heater: beautiful car: $1,050: consider terms. ‘■ROPER, 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 10* DODGE 1939: recently overhauled: clean throughout; $875, cash, trade ob terms. OX. 1008. __lfl DODGE 1937 business coupe: this Is an ex ceptionally good, dependable, durable busi nessman's auto: lge. trunk storage, cap. . ft. deep; engine completely overhauled, new clutch, seal-beamed lights, built-in seat covers: lust spent $300 on it; getting new car: good buy for $725. 5208 13th st. n.w.. GE. 7514. —18 FORD 1948 super de luxe: In perfect con dition; $1,600. Apply rear 38 New York »V*. n.w.. EX. 4084. MR, EDISON. —20 FORD 1941 super de luxe Tudor: maroon finish, radio and heater, tires practically 30-day guarantee: $995. LOGAN MOTOR DO. 1111 18th st. n.w. DI. 58JK). FORD 1942 de luxe Tudor sedan: with heater, new paint, slate gray color: car In excel, cond : 30-day guarantee: $1,175 DOGAN^MOTOR CO , 1111 18th st. n.w. FORD 1948 Tudor de luxe 6; heater, low mileage: $1.85(1. CH. 7489. FORD 1941 Fordor: radio, heater, new motor; excellent condition; $1,200 SH 9640 _] 5 FORD 1940 Tudor: in excel, condition throughout; seat covers, heater, seal-beam lights, log lights, spotlight: exceptionally nood and clean car throughout: durable and dependable for 81,1(10. 5208 13th ft. n.w. OE 7514. —20 l FORD 1941 Tudor de luxe: excellent con dition: $1,000 or best offer under. Box 247-Z. Star. 17» FORD 1937 station wagon: r, and h. perfect motor and body: $595. DU. 4294 FORD 1941 de luxe Tudor: radio and heater: $1.1:5. LOGAN MOTOR CO. Ford Dealer, 2017 Va. ave., ME. 2818. FORD 1942 Super de luxe Tudor; heater; $1.09.7. LOGAN MOTOR CO, Ford Dealer. 2017 Va. ave, ME. 2818. —17 FORD 1937 coupe. $385. LOGAN MOTOR CO, Ford Dealer, 2017 V«. ave, ME. 2818. FORD 1938 station wagon: perf. cond : r. h. and accessories; good tires: $850 or best offer under. Call GL 4241. —17 FORD 1935 de luxe coupe: radio and heater; motor in excellent condition: mired $295. Call between 6 and 9, AD. 6465. FORD 1941 convertible 5-passenger coupe: radio and heater, mechanically excellent low mileage: original paint and top. good 'onditton: $1,245. HO. 9565. FORD 1947 brand-new super de luxe Pordor trunk sedan: black, red wheels: special de luxe steering-wheel clock, heater and defrosters, special heavy-duty clutch. 7 special heavy-duty tires; all beautiful special dr luxe equipment. 2-tone uphol stery Vj leather and mohair: leather arm rests; car will be delivered to me tomorrow at 3 o.m.: will sell for $2,195 or best offer below. No dealers. NO. 7371. FORD 1946 club coupe V-8 super de luxe: radio and heater, seat covers, etc.: 5,29(1 mtk Just like new: $1,750. RE. 2997. 17* FORD 1941 sedan: must sell; $1,945: con sider terms: only run 2,300 miles. ROPER.” 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 16* HUDSON 1947 Super 6 sedan, custom built: radio and heater, spare tire, air foam cushions; $2,109, FR. 5709. Ext. 788. —17 HUDSON 1947 Super 6 sedan: radio and! heater; $2,179. FR. 5709. Ext. 586. JEEP, new Willys: can make immediate 1 delivery on a limited number. SI HAW KINS. Willys Dealer, 1333-5 14th 6t. n.w, DU. 4455. Closed Sundays. IEEP 1946 civilian: run less than 100 niles. new-car guarantee: trade and easy erms: $1,176. MITCHELLS MOTORS. INC, 50 H st. n.e. 17* JEEP STATION WAGON, no miles, will irade with cash for convertible or '47 4 loor Dodge. Box 346-A. Star. —15 La SALLE 1949 4-door sedan: radio, low mileage, good condition: $1,025 Call NA r:oo unui t p.m. —i, LA SALLE 11(40 4-door sedan: radio and neater: original blac:; finish: excellent tires: 1-owner car: $1,195. HO. 9505. LINCOLN de luxe custom 7-passenger sedan; beautiful condition: $685; consider terms. ■ ROPER." 1730 R. X. ave. n.e. 16* LINCOLN-ZEPHYR 1937 coupe: good look ing, good condition; $650. Phone week lays. NA. 7090: evenings. GE. 0228. —15 I.INCOLN-ZEPHYR late 19.311 4-door blue sedan; good condition all around: radio inP underseat heater. 4 new tires: this car is very aood looking and full of power: see to appreciate: privately owned: $825. 3all HO. 4460 or in evenings. PR. 8300. Ext. 162. MERCERY 1940 convertible: radio, heater: just painted: good cond.: $1,145 or best offer under: pvt. owner. MI. 1450. —16 NASH 1946 4-door sedan: maroon: acces sories; low mileage: $1,850 or best offer oelow: pvt. owner. SH. 6711. —16 OLDS 1941' new hydramatic system, tor pedo model, 2-tone gray, radio, heater: ex cellent running condition; $1,500. CO. 1153. 15* OLDS 1901 club coupe: radio and heater, hydramatic drive: $1,395. LOGAN MO TOR CO . Ford Dealer. 2017 Va. ave.. ME 2818. —17 DLD8 “6" 1934 2-door: looks good, runs tood: 57.000 miles, dependable transpor ratlon: $275. After 4. GL. 5286. DLDSMOBILE 1942 “66” 4-door town sedan: two-tone tan; hydramatic; radio and heater: 27.500 actual miles; like new: $1,695 or best offer under WA. n 141. —15 DLDSMOBILE 1938 8-cylinder 4-dr. sedan: rood tires, new seat covers, in No. 1 con dition: $750. Call ahy time. FR. 3369. ) LI) S MOBILE 1939 4-passenger coupe. :lean: no dealers; $750 or best offer under.' HORTON. DI. 2470. —15 , DLDSMOBILE 1940 coach. 6-cvl. mcnor: ! radio and heater; $1,075. LOGAN MOTOR 30.. Ford dealer. 2017 Va. ave. ME. 2818.) DLDSMOBILE 1946 >'76" iiyd. Streamliner: I wo-tone blue: 2.000 ml.: heater: $2,300 raylor 4661 after 6 p.m. 16* 1 PACKARD ambulance, 1937. Henney: good, Mint and tires: body ivory, fenders green; “11$ equipped, oxygen, siren and 2 red l*htj on top: large and small stretchera.) M. A. 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A 0 DUE j 011 Jj IeIsIsI -1 26 Weblike 27 Man’s nickname 29 To imitate 30 Widely 32 Case for small articles 33 To renumerate 34 Greek letter 35 Threefold 37 Past 39 Aspect 40 Muiberry 42 Colloquial: quick punch 43 Branches of learning 44 Dread 45 Law: things 47 Poetic: above 49 Devoured 50 Of small number 7 Notoriety 8 To stagger 9 Not ostentatious 10 Female ruff 11 Unaccus tomed i (19 Thus j 21 So be it :22 Toward j 23 River in i Canada and Alaska ;24 Encore! Points for Parents ~By EDVTH Thomas Wallace Planning for a small child to have a young guest while mother has adult ones prevents his feeling he is an outsider and, as a result, demanding attention in undesirable ways. This : Not This Mother—We’ll put a flower on your little table, too, and after you and Edna have had your lunch you can play dolls while we women play bridge. Mother—If you touch those cards again I’m going to whip you! Please, noney, be a good little girl and go and play with some of your toys. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. PACKARD 1942 4-door Clipper sedan: extra clean: only $1,395: low down pay ment, balance 15 xnos. GRADY MOTORS, 4830 Hampden lane. Bethesda. Md. Wis consin 7400. 9 till 6:30 p.m. —lft PACKARD 1947 7-oassenser .sedan; this is practically a new car and we will sacrifice for $4,150. COOK MOTOR CO., 22nd and L sts. n.w.. DI. 9520. —17 PACKARD 1942 Clipper, model No. 160. This is a real Packard. Correct mileage, 34,000. over-drive, electramatic clutch, tires, 6 ply. heavy duty; almost new; upholstery spotless; car perfect in every way; $1,875. WO. 5330. 3421 Quebec st. n.w. —20 PLYMOUTH 1947 coupe: completely equipped.. 10Q miles, immaculate; $1,850. R*?. 2000f —17 PLYMOUTH 1939 de luxe cdnch: heater: $895 LOGAN MOTOR CC., Ford dealer. 2017 Va. ave. ME. 2818. —17 PLYMOUTH 1042 4-dr. sedan: heater*. $1,005. LOGAN MOTOR CO.. Ford Dealer, 2017 Va. ave., ME. 2818. —17 PLYMOUTH 1938 couoe; good transporta tion: $175. CH. 3673. —17 PLYMOUTH 1047 4-door; 1,900 miles; extras; finance and insurance; $1,900; $940 and take over notes. LI. 2808. • PLYMOUTH 1941 Speciai de luxe sedan; radio and heater; $1,175 LOGAN MOTOR CO., Ford dealer, 2017 Va. ave. ME. 2818. —17 PLYMOUTH 1930 de luxe 4-door; r. and h.: one owner since new; this car is im maculate. must be seen and driven; for only $995. GRADY MOTORS. 4830 Hampden lane. Bethesda. Md.. WI. 7400, 9 toi 5:30 o.m. —19 PLYMOUTH 1941 ex-taxi: make a good cab or private car. green color: 1940 Dodee motor, very low mileage: $500 cash. Phone Falls Church 1650-J. 17* PLYMOUTH 1930 sedan: radio and heater, good motor, paint and tirds: good trans portation: must sell: $345. HO. 9565. PLYMOUTH Iu38 4-door sedan: excellent condition: $500. After 5 p.m., 421 C st. n.e —15 PLYMOUTH 1941 taxi: completely over hauled: $7«>o or best offer under. BEA VERS A: MCATS OARAGE. 620 Eye st. n.w. freer) RE 2690. * • —17 PLYMOUTH 1941 4-door de luxe sedan: radio and heater, excel, cond. throughout: 30-day guarantee: $1,195. LOGAN MO TOR CO . 1111 J 8th st. n.w. DI. 5800. PLYMOUTH 1941 4-door sedan: heater, black finish, excel, transp.; as is. $850. LCGATI MOTOR CO, 1111 18th st. n.w. DT. 5800. —17 PLYMOUTH 194! Special de luxe 4-door sedan: with heater, color dark green, ex cel. motor, tires: 30-day guaranty: $1. 295. LOGAN MOTOR CO . 1111 18th st. n.w DJ. 5800. —17 PLYMOUTH 1941 4-door Special de luxe, excellent motor, body and tire-s. with heater: 45,000 miles; $1,095. COL. BURDETTE. OV. 2461. 17* PONTIAC 1935; good condition, clean in side and Rood upholstering, radio and heater: $275. NO. 9110. PONTIAC 1937 4-doo> sedan: $475; per fect condition, motor just overhauled. Can be seen between 4 and 7 p.m.-, 305 E st. n.e. or FR. 5309. —1 7 STUDEBAKER 1930 Commander: heater: $795. LOGAN MOTOR CO.. Foi;d D.r.ler. 2017 Va. ave. n.w., ME. 2818. —17 BTIinFR ib'I'D mil rhomnlnn. AUTOMOBILESWANTED (ContJ. WE need CABS AND TRUCKS—Have1 you one for sale? We can sell it for you. Call Rockville 2861. MILLER-HUGHES MOTOR CO.; */♦ mi. from the Courthouse on Gaithersburg oUte in Rockville. —15 TAXICABS WANTED—1940. *41. ’42. ’46; all cash. Rear, 3‘119 1,‘lfch st. n.w. —15 VETERAN URGENTLY NEEDS good clean, late model car for new job: any body style; all cash. CH. 0066 after 6 p.m. —15 CHEVROLET. Buick. Ford or any make good clean 1942, 1941. 1940 or 1939 car; need car badly; can pay cash. AD. 1114. _Oft PLYMOUTH. Ford. Pontiae. Buick or other good car. '39. Mo. Ml or M2. Can nay all cash. Call OR. .3:145. —18 CHEVROLET. MOpMI. clean: will nay fair cash price. Call LU 144:: —2:t I WILL PAY All CASH for clean car; new or Aised. GENE CASTLEBERRY. PR. 5231. VETERANS—Position requires immediate purchase of dependable used car: prefer Ford, Chevrolet or Plymouth: will pay all rash. WO. 0250. —IS FORD, CHEVROLET. Plymouth. Pontiae, '30. MO. Ml or M3: have cash, willing to pay high price for good car. .TR. 2535. —21 PONTIAC WANTED—We will pay the high est cash dollars; any year and any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave at 20th st. n.e., AD. 8344. CHEVROLET WANTED—We will pav the highest cash dollars: any year, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e., AD. 8344. PLYMOUTH WANTED—We will pay the highest cash dollars: any year, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave at 30th st. n.e.. AD. 8344. FORDS WANTED—We will nay the highest cash dollars', any year and anv model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e.. AD. 8344. i BUlCKS WANTED—We will pay the high j est cash dollars: anv year and any model. I WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R I. ave at 20th i st. n.e., AD 834*. FOR EXPORT, loo cars w?,nt»d now. it i is urgent that we secure these cars immed : ; price Is no object. Call AD. 8345. (CASH lor your Nash, also any other make: highest prices paid WILLIAMS BAKER. 12810 M sr. n.w.. HO. 8700 SELL OR TRADE YOUR CAR at Horner's l Corner. STANLEY H. HORNER. Buick. : Fla. ave., 5th to tith sts. n.e . AT. 0404. : IMMEDIATE CASH, no red tape or haggling—We need 60 clean cars right i away and will pay more than your car 1s I worth if ran be had right now RHODE t ISLAND MOTOR CO.. 1020 Rhode Island : ave. n.e. Phone MI. 9774. BUICKS, Cnevrolets. Fords. Pontiacs or I any make of car that has had good care, f We need them and will, psv the highest 1 market price. SI HAWKINS. 1333 14th ist, n.w.. DU. 4455. CASH FOR YOUR CAR—Fords. Chevrolets ! and Plymouths. Phone Atlantic 5800. ! STEUART MOTORS. 3rd and H sts. n.e. SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA SERVICE. 1120 20th st. n.w.. District 9141 CASH AT ONCE-—Top-dollar prices at! : COAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-423 Florida ave. I .n.e., AT. 7200. Open evenings. FIRST VALUE used cars. WHEELER. TNC . Cbrysler-Plymouth dealei. 4800-4820 Wis consin. EM. 4800. 8:30 a.m. to 0:30 p.m. I AN HONEST PRICE foi your Plymouth. wuuni. kjk. owiu > v.iu jaici. ouj n uiu BORN MOTORS. Chrysler-Plymouth Deal ers, 800(1 Georgia ave.. SH. 4600. SELL YOUR NEW OR USED CAR for the highest cash dollar to the OOLIE MOTOR CO., 8232 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring. SL. !J24*2. CHKYSLERS. Bulcks.' Dodges. Plymouths. Chcvrolets, Fords, badly needed No* li the best time to sell your car. or trade It cu a new Chrysler or Plymouth for future delivery. Brin* your car In for appraisal. See Mr. Miller at RANDALL MOTORS. INC., Direct Factory De&’err. Chrysler Plymouth. 1160 17th st. n.w . EX 4800. CHEVROLET!*—Cash for your car. no red tape. SCRLEOEL & GOLDIN. 267 Carroll st., Takoma Park. D. C Georgia 3300 FORDS—Cash for your car. no rea tape. SCHLXGKL dr GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st„ Takoma Park. D C. Georgia 3300 FAIR. HONEST APPRAISALS on all makes of cars are assured at McKEE-POKTIAC 1828 L st o w.. ME. 0400 “WIN WITH WINS’ —Top price for your car. never too new. never too old; will come to your home or office; plenty parking space. Open eves, and Sundays. WINNS MOTORS. 159 Florida ave. n.e.. EX. 26A* S720 Georgia ave n.w.. RA. ’7422. PLYMOUTH—Cash for your car. no red tape. SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 257 Ca/roll1 st.. Takoma Park. D C. Georgia 3300.* -1 HOLD IT JUST A MINUTE to get the high est cash price for your 1948 or 1947 car and older If clean Drive in or call DU. 2877, BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO.. 1717 i Rhode Island ave. n.e : open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1016 AND 1947 MODELS wanted. Let us try to top your price. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES, 4432 Conn, ave., EM. 9754 or WO 9236. Bob Terrett or J. Dewey Rice. WE WANT CARS REGARDLESS OF PRICE —Don't, tradj on a new car or tell to any one unti> you get our big prices. Need 100 cars—1926 ’o 1946 Absolutely high cash Srice. It car is paid tor. will give you cash ’ car is not paid for. will pay oil balance and pay cash difference. BARNES-SAN- i DERS MOTORS. Washington's oldest. ex- i elusive used-car dealers. See Mr. Barnes for appraisal All cash or certified check. Only one location Drive in open lot. 1300 14th. coiner N st. n.w Open 8:30 to 5. closed on Simdav Call North 1111 PRIVATE PARTY will pay cash for good used car, any make, any model, any year. Must be clean and in good mechanical con dition. Will deal direct with owner. No dealers please. Call HO. 2343 eves. —16 CHEVROLET OR FORD—Must have car m good condition Immediately. All cagb. Call EX. 3870. —19 WILL PAY CASH for Pontiac. Ford. Chevro let or Plymouth. ’40. 4] or '42. Car must be elean. Call TE. 1918. —18 EX-GOVT. EMPLOYE wants new car to accept position as traveling salesman; will pay cash. Call PR. 8300. Ext. 78. after 6 p.m. weekdays, all day Saturday and Sunday. —20 7-PASS. PHAETON. Line.. Packard Cadil lac or Bulck. Call DU. 4315 between 4 and 16 p.m 16' SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA SERVICE. 1128 20th st. n.w. DI. 9141.; WANTED TO BUY USED CAR. any make 1 year or model: attractive prices paid.' Dt. 0971 between 9 and 5:36 —IT | PLYMOUTH, ’40-'41. good condition: have all cash. Phone LU. 1443 —23 PRIVATE PARTY will make good cash; offer for 1947 4-dr. Chevrolet. Dodge, i Ford. Plymouth or Oldsmoblle. Call TE.! 2114. —21 I FORD V-S touring wanted. In clean, good .condition: cash. Call HO. 1277, Ext 12, after 6 p m. 17* i PRIVATE PARTY needs 1947 car. low I miledge. Call DE. 8300, Ext. 886, and' after S p.m., RA. 7818. —18 *1 car. best condition: SI.035: consider terms. ■ROPER," 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 16* STUDEBAKF.R 1040 4-dr. Champion: low mileace, extra clean: SI,405. GRADY MOTORS, INC.. 4830 Hampden lane. Be thesda. Md. WI. 7400. 3 to 5:30, —21 1030 Ford station wagon _$ 050 1040 Chevrolet station wagon 1,050 1041 Ford station wagon_ 005 1038 Plymouth _ 575 1030 Ford Tudor _- 335 10.35 Chevrolet coupe_ 275 1042 Hudson 1.250 CENTRAL MOTOR- OO . 3200 Lee hwy.. Arlington. Va Open Sunday from 10 to 3. —10 THE BEST ARE FOUND AT JET 1040 De Soto 4 dr.; r. S3.0A5 1040 Hudson 4 dr.: r.. h. „ 2.005 1042 Chev. M. de luxe 4 dr.: r., h* 1,315 1041 Packard ‘120" 4 dr., r.. h. 1,345 1041 Stud. Com. rib. cpe.: r . h 1,195 1041 Dodge cpe. 4 dr.: r , h. 1.145 1040 Chev. M. de luxe 2 dr.: r , 005 1040 Stud. Commander 4 dr. h 945 1030 Buick Spec. 4 dr.: r.. h. (2) 015 1038 Chev M. de-luxe 2 dr.; r., h 705 1037 Dodge 4 dr.: r. h. 005 1037 Chev. M. de luxe cpe., 415 1935 Pontiac "8’’ cpe L_ 375 1935 Plymouth 4 dr. ■_ 105 1934 De Soto Airflow 4 dr__ 345 1045 Chev. tj-ton pickup 1.345 For the cleanest, used cars in the citv, 'ome to JET MOTOR SALES. 2710 Nichols ave. s.e . LI. 0336. opposite St Elisabeths Hospital. 17* 1030 OLDSMOBILE 4-dr. sedan __.S300 1034 Ford coach $195 1037 Chevrolet coach _ _ $325 1035 Chevrolet coach . $225 1041 Nash 4-dr. sedan _ 8550 JOHN S. REECE. 1114 Half st. s.w Wash ington. D. C. 15* 85 USED CARS— 4-Door Sedans: 1941 Chevrolet _ . $805 1040 Pontiac _ 1.045 1041 Nash . _ _ 805 1043 Dodge ._ 1,295 1041 Ford _ 1,005 1038 Packard _ 005 1037 Terraolane _ 305 1936 Studebaker 105 2-Door Sedans: 1041 Ford _$095 1042 Chevrolet ___ 1,195 1041 Plymouth _ 95n 1930 Oidsmobile _ 845 10S0 Ford _ 795 1941 Plymouth __ _ 949 Club Ctupes: 1941 Chevrolet ..._$>,195 1040 Packard _ 005 1041 Pontiac . _ _ 1,105 1940 Buick __ 1,095 Convertibles: 1940 Packard . _ $1,195 1941 Dodge . _ 1.205 Open evenings until 10 p.m BENDALL PONTIAC. 1011 Kiug st.. Alexandria, Va.. OV. toon.__i7_ 1930 PACKARD convertible coupe $ 305 10411 Packard 4-dr. sedan 005 1041 Lincoln-Zephyr 5-pass, coupe 1.005 1941 Hudson convertible coupe . 1.095 1038 Hudson 4-dr. sedan _ _ 405 1030 Ford >3-ton stake_ 445 5800 Georgia ave. n w. —io t—sr.rrrr r —7—a-.iLi' f AUTOMOIltB WANTED. PRIVATE PARTY wifi pay cash to PVt. party for a 1930. '39. 40 or ‘41 Ford Good running and good looking. Phone WA. 3292 after 7 p m. or all day Saturday and Sunday. —18 I r i Goren on Bridge 4K7 _ ' V AKJ10 0 Q J 10 6 * K 7 3 AA82 *43 9P98 63 w E VQ5 OK73 WB *■ 0842 4 Q J10 * 4986542 4 QJ 10965 <?742 0 A 9 5 4 A Both vulnerable. North deals. North East South West 1 V Pass 1 * Pass 2 0 Pass 3 * Pass 4 * Pass S 4 Pass 5NT Pass 6 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead, queen of clubs. When declarer has a choice of two or more ways to play a hand ha should calculate which of the avail able methods offers the greater probability of success. If one method appears to be superior it should be selected, however small may be the margin of superiority. This is mere ly following the principle of per centages. If, however, declared is in a position to so arrange his se quence of plays that he may try one and if that fails, still have a chance at the other, the proper procedure is too obvious to require comment. In today’s hand South became de clarer at a contract of six spades, 4 reasonable contract. When North was able to bid both red suits and support spades, South felt that since he himself had the equivalent of an opening bid, there was a bright chance for slam and that a contract of five would surely be safe, if North declined the invitation. North was w-illing to go on to slam but pre ferred to play at no trump if South's hand was suited for the purpose. South, however, holding an unbal anced hand, elected to go on in spades. The queen of clubs was led and taken by the ace. A low spade to the king held the trick and the spade return was taken by West, who continued with the jack of clubs. Declarer was faced with the choice of taking the heart finesse or the diamond finesse. If the queen of hearts is favorably located de clarer will have two discards of dia mnnris nnp on thp hpnrt and nna nn the king of clubs. If he chooses to take the diamond finesse the odd heart can be discarded on the king of clubs. On the surface this is an out and out guess, because each finesse has a 50 per cent chance of success. De clarer, quite properly, did not put up the king of clubs at this point, but ruffed in order to be in his own hand for the drawing of the last trump. He then decided to play East for the king of diamonds, since West has shown up with the ace of spades. This play failed as can be seen. Had he elected to take the heart finesse he would have met with similar failure. The proper play is to give one’s self two chances instead of only a 50-50 chance. Declarer should first j play the ace and king of hearts on ' the off chance that the queen will fall. If it does his troubles are over. If, however, the queen fails to ap pear, declarer still has the even chance that the king of diamonds can be finessed. Two chances mast be better than one. (Copyright, 1947. by Charles H. GoreiU Natures Children MANIOC. IManioc ecsulenta.) By Lillian Cox Athey Manioc is a tuberous root known in some countries as cassava. It is an important food of millions of people in the tropical countries of the world, though practically un known to the inhabitants of tem perate zones by its true name. Manioc when processed is very well known to millions of housekeepers. In the United States it is tapiota served in desserts. Industrially, in flour it has many uses. Other fin ished products are dried slices, flour, meal and compressed residue used in Europe for stock. The slices are made into many types of starches. Manioc flour is in demand for crackers arfti biscuits which are easily digsted. Cassava or manioc is now grown in our Southern States as food for cattle. In Brazil the dis tilleries make alcohol of it. The roots contain a glucoside which is toxic and may be deadly if eaten raw. This toxic material is removed by heating and pressing out the juice. This bitter juice Is known as cassareep, much used in condiments and sauces. Sweet manioc may be boiled as a vegetable, the flour used in thick native drinks. In Brazil the greatest concentra tion of cultivated and wild species gives rise to the opinion that the plant had its origin in this country. Cultivation has been since prehis toric times. Upon their arrival in the New World the Spaniards found several edible varieties under culti vation on the Caribbean Islands as well as on the mainland from Mexico to Uruguay on the eastern seaboard to Peru on the west. During the seventh century manioc was planted in South China, Malaya Bind the East Indies. Before this it was carried to many other lands by Portuguese traders who took it along ns food stuff on their long voyages to india and it is believed that thi accounts for its presence in Asia. Word Game Find 29 or more common English words in BDELLIUM. meaning ‘'a gum resin similar to myrrh.” Average mart is 28 words. Time limit, 20 minutes. Rules of the Game—1. Words must be of four or more letters. 2. Words which Require four letters by the addition ol ' ’ such as ‘ bats,” "cats.” are not used 2. Only one form of a word is used. 4 Proper names are not used. A list will be published tomorrow. Answer to ALBAKIIM. alar lair balm umbra! alum lamb barium mall album lama blur marl alarm liar br.m mau aria lira burial mural aural limb burl aula bail rail LIFE'S LIKE THAT “When they see how small a dime looks In the middle of that.. . are they embarrassed!"