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FARMS FOR SALE (CooHimmI) .
IbEAL FOX RETIRED PARTY—Summer home or epeculatlon; about 23 ml. In Charles Co.; 40 a.. 10 a. tillable; 6-rm. fcf■ ^UON%Tl4d2E80«l&C"h' ACr~" PICTURESQUE CLOSE-IN RETREAT—32 acres; attrac., modern cottage, all con veniences; Ite. stable with 6 box stalls, taekrm.. etc.: all required outbldgs. lor en joyable country Hvlnx; reasonably priced and can be well financed. BRADLEY REALTY, Sligo 2623 or WI. 6084. FARM, 50 acres, with frame house: church and Khool near; electricity can be had: 6 miles north of Fredericksburg on No. 1 hwy.; price, S2.500: terms to suit. Box 126. Man arras, Va. * 60 ACRES, 78 miles south; 7 rooms, hall, porch; well, streams; 82,200. $160 down, $80 a mo. Also 197 acres, 76 miles south; young and saw timber, streams; $1,970, $197 down, $25 a mo. Dial AD. 4862 COl8nialRBRICK BOUSE, with over 100 acres; rich In the simple beauty of Vir ginia Colonial architecture and situated on a hill In the rolling Virginia hunt coun try, 30 miles from Washington. This hand some brick-and-stone house has been carefully restored. On the first floor are r Hvlnor rrwtm with flr$n1ap$ lihrarvr with fireplace, center hall, dining room with a Kassive fireplace, kitchen, pantry and vatory: on the gecond floor are four bed rooms, three of which have fireplaces, 2 baths and maid's room with bath: on the third floor are 2 bedrooms with bath; there Is a hot-water heating plant, oil fired, with recessed radiators, and the house Is Insulated: the yard Is landscaped with some 300 boxwoods and harmonises with the spirit of the house; other build ings Include a 3-car stone garage with living quarters of 6 rooms and bath, and a barn with box stalls for 4 horses and stanchions for 5 cows; there are over 100 acres of land, watered by several brooks and adaptable to horse and cattle farming; possession with deed; price, $56,000, which Is less than the replacement value of the house alone; $27,000 down. Shown by appointment by MASON HIRST, exclusive I gent. Annandale. Va.. at the end of Co umbla pike. Phone ALex. 6812. Closed Sunday. ATTRACTIVE 9-room house, basement, heat, bath, eWc., fireplaces, shade, fruit, shrubbery, farm bldgs., 18 acres, hard road, adjacent nice village, near town, *14,000. 280 acres, lovely house, fireplaces, elec., bath, phone, basement, beat, sun porch, fruit. excellent farm buildings with equip ment, Including tractor, furniture, $27,600. 116 acres, attractive house, basement, elec., phone, sun parlor, hot and cold water, hogs, cattle, chicken, feed, farm equipment. Including tractor, $13,500. 193-acre dairy larm. modern 20-cow barn. silo, farmhouses. 40 acres wheat, 20 alfalfa, 30 cows, farm equipment, good labor: all for $36,000. PRESTON M. BROWNINO. Broker. Culpeper. Va. —20 STOCK FARMS—7-rm. modern stone bouse, garage, tenant house, large steer barn, silo, horse barn, streams: on main hwy , bus, 30 miles of D. C. Asking price. *35.000. Terms. 265 acres, 8-rm. stone and frame house, bath and elec., near bus. 26 miles of D. C.; *80.000. terms. 100 acres. 8-rm. house, needs remodel ing; 25 miles it D. C.; $11,600. terms. WK8T A TAYLOR, FA. 2136. Ideal SMALL FARM—Fairfax County: 6 acres of beautiful, productive, valuable Kid; large 9-rm. house, excellent cond., at, bath and fireplace; exceptionally Well built, prewar, excellent cond.: beauti ful setting ltn large trees and shrubbery; amall barn; excellent location; hard road; 5ear school and shopping center; about 0 ml. from D. C.; $21,600, terms ar ranged. 6-rm. modern house, excellent cond., prewar built; % acre of land; Ideal loca tion: beautiful trees and shrubbery; fruit, trees; near village; $11,500. Also other properties for sale. For appointment, phone Vienna 280, WHITE8ELL REAL ESTATE. Oakton, Va.. Chain Bridge rd. FARMS WANTED. VANTED TO RENT water-front farm. To to 30 acies. within 60 miles of D. C.; Ions lease and reasonable rent. Box f36-X. Star. -r-16 WANT a cheap or run-down farm or eountrj place, within 100 miles of D. C. Only requisite Is a rood road and elec tricity. Write I. R. BOWEN, P. O. Box 107. Arllneton. Va. 20" FARM FOR 8AIJE7—For quick and efficient service, list It with MILLS FARM AGENCY, Annagggjj^_Yy„ AL. 7850. REAL ESTATE LOANS. 1st AND tad TRUST LOANS—Prompt and courteous service. Before borrowing call COLONIAL INVESTMENT CO.. 817 Homey” on %cond' teust—we wiu buy second-trust notes. D. C.. nearby Md. or Va. Reasonable rates. NATIONAL MORTGAGE A INVESTMENT CORP.. 1313 W. Y ave n.w National 5833. lst-TRUST LOANS on real estate: low rates, term or monthly payment. P. J. WAU3HE. INC.. 1115 Eye St. n.w. NA. 0488 1st. 2nd AND 3rd TRUST LOANS. Cash In 84 hrs. Also financial aid to builders. METRO REALTY CO.. EX. 6499. MONEY on first and second trusts: prompt action, reasonable rates: nearby Maryland, Virginia or D. C. property. THE AMERI CAN CO.. 807 15th. NA. 8032. CA8H FOR 2nd TRUST NOTES; quick set tlement. FULTON R. GORDON. 1427 Eye at. n.w. DI. 5230. Brokers’ attention. FIRST-TRUST LOANS on unproved prop erty, Cnevy Chas*. Bethesda, Md.. and D. C. Prompt service. L. G. WHITE, WI. yeoo. . 19* MONEY WANTED. SfcCOND-TRUST NOTE. *2.960; food real •state investment at 0%. NO. 2141, call 7 to 9 p.m. _______ —10 PERSONAL LOAN COMPANIES. SEED *25 TO *300*—See EMPLOYES DAN CO. now. Get the cash todayl New Silver Spring office at 7835 Eastern ave. (2nd poor, Doctor* Bldg.). Phone Shepherd 1323. Another convenient office In Mt. Rainier at 3309 Rhode Ieland ave. |*honc Hobart 0012. —~s_ LEGAL NOTICES. HARRY J. KANE. Attorney tor Complainant*. 503 E St. N.W. ru*d April 14, 1947. Charles E. Stewart, St THE DISTRICT1 COURT OP TOE United Statee for the District of Co Au®own*hmi£; ALIENEES AND DEVISEES OP ELIZA BETH JEWELL. «t al.. Defendant*.—Civil Action No. 1OT-47.—ORDER OP PUBLI CATION.—Tht object of this auit li to establish of record, by adverse possession, eomplalnants’ title In fee simple to certain real eetate being a part of Lot 13, in Square 117. as more particularly described In the complaint Bled herein. On motion of the complainants, it is this 14th day of April. A.D. 1947. ORDERED; That the unknown heirs, alienees and devisees of Elizabeth Jewell,. William Jewell, Ann Jewell, Thomas CJewetl, Oeorge Jewell. William Jeweil, Francis J. Jewell, James O. Jewell. Mary I. Dawson, Anne J. Dawson, Kate A, Dawson, Richard I. Allnutt. William D. Allnutt. James N. Allnutt, Robert D. Allnutt. Mary C. All uutt, cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the first rule day occurring after the expiration of one month from the day of the first publica tion of this Order, otherwise the cause trill be proceeded with as in case of default; provided a copy hereof be pub lished once a week for three aucceeslve week* in the Washington Law Reporter : and in The Evening Star, longer and other , bllcation being dispensed with. (8) ' 8 M. PROCTOR, Justice. (Seal.) A ■ Jopy. Test: CHARLES E STEWART, By CLARA F. CONNELL, Deputy apl8,23,30. WE CONSENT: BARBOUR A DAWSON, , By JOSEPH . M. DAWSON, Attorney* for Caveators. ARTHUR C. KEEFER end ARTHUR C. ELGIN, By ARTHUR C. ELGIN. Attorney* for Lincoln National Bank. Caveatee. __ IN the district court of the United States lor the District ol Colum bia. Holding a Probate Court.—In Re: Estate ol Anna Nauck. Deceased.—-Admin istration No. 67809.—ORDER FIXING SEW DATE FOR TRIAL AND PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION.—The notification as to the trial ol the Issues In this case re lating to the validity of certain paper Writings dated the 17th day of November 1944. the 6th day of July 1946 and the »th day of July 1946. purporting to be the Last Will and Testament, 1st codicil and 2nd codicil respectively of Anna Nauck, deceased, having been returned as to George Patrick Daly, Tha Daughters of America and the Unknown heira at law and next of kin of Anna Nauck deceased, *Not to be Found,” It la. by the Court, this 27th day of March, 1947. ORDERED, that said issues be set down for trial on tha 16th day of May. 1947, and that this Order and the substance of said Issues be published once a week for four successive weeks in The Washington Law Reporter and twice a week for the same per.od in The Evening Star, the substance of said Issues being as follows: One: Were the paper writings filed In this Court, bearing Sates the 17th day of November 1944. the 6th day of July, 1946 and the 9th day of Jniv 1946 the Last Will and Testament, first codicil and second codicil, respectively, of Anna Nauck, deceased? Two. Were the said paper writings hereinabove referred to. and each of them executed and atj tested In due form as required by law? Three: Was the said Anna Nauck, at the time of the making and subscribing or of the acknowledging by her of the said paper writings hereinabove referred to. and each of them, of sound and disposing mind and capable of making a will? Four: Were the said paper writings hereinabove re ferred to, or any ol them, obtained or the execution thereof or the subscription there to. procured from the said Anna Nauck. deceased, by fraud or deceit practised upon the aald Anna Nauck by one Elsie K. Speer or any other person or persons? Five: Were the said paper writings here Inabova referred to, or any of them, ob tained or the execution thereof procured from the aald Anna Nauck. deceased, by the undue Influence or duress or coercion exercised upon her by one Elsie K Speer or any other person or persons? JAS. W. MORRIS, Justice. (8eal.) A true copy. Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wllie, lor the District ol Co lumbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. tp22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199_ ARTHUR C. KJM.ru. ARTHUR C. ELGIN. Attorneys, Wash. Loan A Trnat BM«. district court of the united „ state* lor the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 88373. Ad ministration.—This Is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Co lumbia has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Edward C. Davis, late of the District of Columbia, de ceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 15th day of March. AD 1948: otherwise they may by law be excluded Irom all benefit of said estate Given under it's hand this 38th day of March. 7. THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK LEGAL NOTICES (Cow*.). JAMES SHENOS. Ml Seatkeni BM(., Attorney. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED State* lor the District of Columbia. Holding a Probate Court.—Estate ot Prank O. Tyler. Deceased.—No. 68481. Adminis tration Docket 144.—Application having been made herein for probate of the last will and testament of said deceased, and for letters testamentary on said estate, by Thomas Daniels and James Shenos, it is ordered this 7th day of April. AJJ. 1947. that Ioannis George Trlantafillou and all others concerned, appear in said Court on Monday, the 18th day of May, A.D. 1847, at 10 o'clock A.M.. to show cause why snch application should not be granted. Let notice hereof be published in the Washington Law Reporter and The Eve ning Star, once in each of three successive weeks before the return day herein men tioned, the first publication to be not less than thirty days before said return day. Witness, the Honorable BOUTHA J. LAWS. Chief Justice of said Court, this 7th day of April. A.D. 1847. (Seal.) Attest: THEO DORE COGSWELL Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Pro bate Court,ap9.16.23. j. tu.Msmt hall, Attorney._ DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District o 1 Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 68.426. 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 Sarah L. Smith, 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 sub scriber. on or before the 29th day of March. AD. 1948; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under its hand this :ird day of April. 1947. NATIONAL SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY. By BRUCE BAIRD. President. (Seal.) Attest: ELLA A. BROWN, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court.ap9.16.23, _ ROBERT M. GRAY, Attorney. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 68,942, 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 Administration on the estate of Michael A. Casey, 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 th* 28th of March. A.D. 1948; otherwise they may by law be ex cluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 28th day of March. 194L ROBERT M. GRAY, 729 16th St N.W, Zone 5. (Seal.) Attest: Son* *A- *?R£FrN’ I>Dut7 Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. ap9,16.23. LEON TOBRINER, WALTER N. TOBRINER; _T__Attorneys, 933 Southern Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED tlK District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 68936, Ad ministration.—This Is to Give Notice: That the subscribers, of the District of Columbia, have obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Rena S. Loeb. 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 subscribers, on or before the 28th day of March, A D 1948: otherwise they may by law be ex cluded from all benefit of said estate Given under our hands this 28th day of March, 1947. MYER J. LOEB. 4700 Blag den Ave. N.W.: JANICE L. KAUFMAN. 1429 Juniper St. N.W.; BERTRAM WISE. Ward man Park Ho'el. (Seal.) Attest: ELLA A. BROWN, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. ao9.16.23. GEORGE A. MADDOX, Attorney, DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED „ for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 08930, 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 Sallie A. C. Bartlett, also known as S. A. C. Bartlett, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. AH persons having claims against the de ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 28th day of March. A.D. 1948; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 28th day of March, 1947 VIRGINIA B. GILTNER, 1312 SbWBerdBt. N.W (Seal) Attest: ELLA A; BROWN- Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court._ap9.10,23. JOHN L. INGOLDSBY, Jr„ Attorney, 102ft Connecticut Avenue, „ Washington, D. C. Filed Mar. 31, 1947, Charles E. Stewart, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United. States for the District of Co Iumbia.—Mauline McKinley Herzog, plain Arthur Joseph Herzog, Defendant. —No. 03--47.—The object of this suit is for absolute divorce on the grounds of desertion. On the motion of the plain tiff, it is this 31st day of March, 1947, ordered that the defendant. Arthur Joseph P*1™*- cause his appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day, ex clusive of Sundays and legal holidays, oc ?HTrinf after the day of the first publica tion of this order: otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in ease of default Provided, a copy of this order be published h.e„k„»tor tThree successive weeks in the Washington Law Reporter, and The Evening Star before said day. (S) T GOLDSBOROUGH. Justice. (Seal.) Attest: CHARLES E. STEWART, Clerk By ELIZABETH WITMAN, Deputy Clerk.' ARTHUR C. ELGIN, ARTHUR C. KEEFER, .Attorneys, Wash. Loan A Trust Bldg. DIfTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED _ States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 08833, Ad min stration.—This is to Give Notice r5SLw.e £«,crJ.be.r- the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Clara Maud Bradburn. 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 ?n^Sefor,u th? 29th da? of March. A.D. 1,948; otherwise they may by law be ex cluded from all benefit of said estate. 9lv*h under Its hand this 3rd day of ft 194T THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON. By: RICHARD A. NORRIS, Vice President. (Seal.) Attest: Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. ap9.I0)"3 _w. uuuusim, Attorney. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED Si,*1®8 f°r the District of Columbia. BoWW* Probate Court.—No. 68882, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: £h«t the subscriber, of the District of Columbia has obtained from the Probate ! 5>nJt °.f ,th.e District of Columbia. Letters j sf Administration on the estate of Marie ! L. Obenauer, late of the District of Co ?»«•■. deosasrt. All persons having ■ claims against the deceased are hereby 1 warned to exhibit the same, with the 1 vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to * the subscriber, on or before the 28th day 1 if March, A.D. 1048; otherwise they may 1 *«?«Mled from all benefit of < St1?!, Oijen under my hand this J day of March. 1047. WILLIAM 1 f- GODDARD, 3220 Morrison St N W ' , Atteati EUA A. BROWN, Deputy ! Register of Wills for the District of Co- 1 umbo*i CJ«k of the Probate Court. - ■P” i UiwiJ. ARTHUR C. KEEFER and ARTHUR C. ELGIN. Attorney., mnd Trust Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED -th* District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 68.847. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice* rvJnLhJl® iubscL‘h'r* of ‘he District of j Columbia, has obtained from the Probate 1 C°UJ‘ of the District of Columbia, Letters 1 of Administration on the estate of Julius ' R Thurm. also known as Julius Thurm. ; late of the District of Columbia, deceased 1 All persons having claims against the de- - ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the ' vouchers thereof, legally l authenticated, to the subscriber, on or i before the 20th day of March. A.D. 1848: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all .benefit of said estate. Given : under its hand this 2nd day of April. 1847 v NATIONAL BANK OP WASHINGTON, by RICHARD A. NORRIS. ‘Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the Dis trict of Columbia. Clerk of the PTobate °°urt apO.16.23, ' ARTHUR C. KEEFER and ARTHUR C. ELGIN. Attorneys, ~.„j£a*ynat®!1 f*0*" »nd Trust Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ; States for the District of Columbia. : Holding Probate Court.—No. 68046. Ad- ; ministration—This is to Give Notice: 1 Th,at the 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 Charlotte Arendes. 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 20th day of March. A.D. 104S: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under its hand this 2nd dav of April. 1047. THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON, by RICHARD A. NORRIS. Vice President. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court.apQ.16,23. CHARLES V. IMLAY, 1416 F St. N.W., Washington 4. D. C.. Attorney for Grace E. Game, individually and as trustee. Filed April 14. 1947. Charles X. Stewart. Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Co lumbia.—Naomi Wheeler, as Committee of the person and estate of Mary S. McKay, Incompetent. Substituted Plaintiff, vs. Qrace X. Ganse, Individually and as trustee under the last will and testament of An drew E. McKay, deceased, et als.. De fendants. — Civil Action No. 16.001. — ORDER OF PUBLICATION.—The object of the motion Hied herein on February 18, 1947 is to substitute new parties defend ant for original defendants William R. Irving and Andrew McKay, both now de ceased. On motion of the defendant, Grace!: E. Ganse, Trustee, it is this 14th day of I April, A.D. 1947. ORDERED that the: following heirs at law of William R., i Irving, deceased, to wit: Georgina L. 1 Irving, John William Irving, Burns McLean ] Irving, infant: Gordon David Irving, in- i fant: Helen Elisabeth Irving, infant. and:i Benvle Mercer Irving, infant, and Lulu: ] (nee Bolton) McKay, widow, and the l] unknown heirs at law of Andrew McKay. ] deceased, cause their appearance to be i entered herein on or before the fortieth ! day. exclusive of Sundays and legal holl- j days, occurring after the day of the Drst. i publication of this order: otherwise the i cause will be proceeded with as in case ! of default. Provided a copy of this order ■ be published once a week for three sue- < cessive weeks in the Washington Law 1 Reporter and The Evening Star before ( said day. cause having been shown why i longer and other publication is unneces- ( sary. (S) JAMES M. PROCTOR, Justice. < (8eal.) A True Copy. Test: CHAMJ58 X. 1 FTEWART. perk. By CLARA F. CONNELL* 1 Deputy Clerk. apl6.23.S0. I UGAL NOTICES. DOWNEY MCE. Attorney, _ Investment Building. _ DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States lor the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 08.773. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: 1 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 Dora L. Schrader, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the tame, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 28th day of March. A.D. 1948; otherwise they may by law be ex cluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 28th day of March, AT). 1947. FRED J. RICE, Invest ment Bldg. (Seal.) Attest: ELLA A. : BROWN, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate : Court._ap9.18.23_ ARTHUR. L. WILLCHER, Attorney, Investment Building. _ DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 68,470, 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 Elbert S. L. Williams, also known as Samuel Lee. late of the Distrlet of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the de ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated to the subscriber, on or before the 28th day of March. A.D. 1948: othe; wise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said fctate. Given under my hand this 28th day of March, 1947. SOL ROTHBARD, National Press Bldg. (Seal.) Attest: ELLA A. BROWN, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. « nri -r a o<i BERNARD H. WHITE, Attorney, 1416 F Street N.W. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 48.767, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the State of West Virginia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters of Administration, C. T. A. on the estate of Anne B. (Blackwood) Smith, 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 28th day of March. A.D. 1948; other wise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under mv hand this 28th day of March. 3 947. FRANK S. WALTERS, 5000 16th Road North. Arlington. Virginia. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL, Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. _apO.16,23. LEO A. ROVER. CLARENCE G. PECHA CEK, Attorneys for Caveators. JOSEPH D. MALLOY, Attorney for Caveatee. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United 8tates for the District of Co lumbia.—Holding a Probate Court.—In re: Estate of Beatrix A. Bickel, Deceased. —Administration No. 67,936.—Order fix ing New Date for Trial and Providing for Publication.—The notification as to the trial of the issues in this case relating to the validity of the paper writing dated the 12th day of May, 1941, purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Beatrix A. Bickel. deceased, having been returned as to Thorvald Solberg, Use A. Flickel, Harold Evans. Essie Steiner, Philipp L Koch and Gerhardt C. Koch “Not To Be Found." it is by the Court this 25th day of March, A.D. 1947. ORDERED: That said issues be set down for trial on the 17th day of June, 1947, and that this Order and the substance of said issues be published once a week for four successive weeks in the Wash ington Law Reporter and twice a week for the same period in The Evening Star, the substance of said Issues being as follows: One: Was the paper writing filed in this Court bearing the afore said date, purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Beatrix A. Bickel, deceased, validly revoked by the testatrix herself, or in her presence and by her direction and consent by cancelling and obliterating the same? Two: Was the said Beatrix A. Bickel at the time she made the alterations appearing on said paper writing, bearing the aforesaid date, of sound and disposing mind and capable of making a valid alteration or revoca tion of an existing Will. Deed or Con tract? (8) JAS. W. -MORRIS. Justice. We consent: LEO A. ROVER. CLARENCE G. PECHACEK, Attorneys for Caveators. JOSEPH D. MALLOY, Attorney for Caveatee. A True Copy. Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. mh31.ap188.8.131.52.16.21.23 AUCTION SALES. TODAY. AUCTION TONIGHT, 7:30 at SMITH'S WAREHOUSE. 910 S st. n.w. (nr. corner of 9th and 8 sts.)—Furniture and house hold effects of various kinds: suites and odd pieces, china, glassware, rugs, personal effects and numerous other goods. Remem ber this is a night sale tonight, commenc lng at 7:30 p.m. this night. FUTURE. __ ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON. auctioneers —Trustees’ sale of valuable 2-story brick dwelling. No. 1331 3rd st. s w, con taining 6 rooms and bath. Areola heat. By virtue of a deeed of trust dated Sep tember 11, 1946, and duly recorded among the land records of the District of Colum bia. and at the request of party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will of fer for sale, by public auction in front of premises. On Monday, the 38th day of April. 1947, at 4 • o’clock p.m.. the fol lowing-described property in the District of Columbia, to-wit: Lot 257 in George E. Emmon s subdivision of lots in square 646, as per plat recorded in the office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia in Liber 23 at folio 94. Terms of sale: Cash. A deposit of $500 required of pur chaser at sale. Examination of title, con veyancing, 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 defaulting purchaser, after 5 days’. ad vertisement of such resale in some news paper published in Washington. D. C., or deposit may be forfeited, or without for feiting deposit trustees may avail them selves of any legal or equitable rights against defaulting purchaser. CLARA D. SIMPSON. JAMES N. HEANEY, trustees. FREDERIC RICHMOND, attorney. No. 308 Century Bldg. THOS. J. OWEN A SON. auctioneers. 4.35 Southern Bldg.—Trustees’ sale of valuable 2-story detached corner brick dwelling, being known as premises No. 4336 20th st. n.e. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 7701, Folio .30.3 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction in front of the premises, on Tuesday, the 29th day of April, A.D. 1947, at 3:15 o’clock p.m.. the fol lowing-described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated ’ as and being Lot 25 in Square 4189 in the ! wttKsUvrtwinn made k., TaCella Deri, fern , as per plat' recorded in the office of the ] Surveyor for the District of Columbia in ! Liber 13 5 at folio 41. Terms: Sold sub ject to a prior deed of trust for $6,500 1 with interest at 5 per cent per annum ! from September 13. 1946, further par- i ticulars of which will be announced at < time of sale; the purchase price above i said trust to be paid in cash. A deposit 1 of $500 required. Conveyancing, record- ' ing, etc., at purchaser’s cost. Terms to ’ be complied with within 30 days, other- i wise deposit forfeited and the property : may be advertised and resold at the dis- i cretlon of the trustees. JOSEPH D. 1 SULLIVAN. JAMES A. SULLIVAN. Jr., < trustees.apl 6,18,31.24.28 1 ADAM A. WESCHLER Sc SON, auctioneers < —Household furniture, rugs, carpet, etc. . By order Mathias Mahomer, collector, estate Chesley W. Jumey: storage com f'anies and others. By auction at Wesch- j er’s, 905 E st. n.w., Friday, commencing , 9:30 a m. Practically new limed-oak bed- , room group, walnut dining groups, odd i beds, spiral and box springs, inner-spring ] and felt mattresses, chests of drawers, , dressers, chairs and tables, for every occa sion: utility and kitchen cabinets, desks, j table and floor lamps, and miscellaneous - other peisonal effects._—l? j THOS. J. OWEN Sc SON. auctioneers. 435 i Southern Building —Trustees' sale of vai- 1 uable three-story brick dwelling with two- 1 story brick warehouse in rear, being known as premises No. 618 Eye st. n.w— 1 By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated November 32. 1946. being instrument No. . 54602. recorded December 6. 1946, among ] the land records of the District of Colum- , bla. and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction in front of the premises, i on Tuesday, the 22nd day of April, A.D 1947, at 4 o'clock D.m . the following de- i scribed land and premises, situate in the ; District of Columbia, and designated as i and being parts of original lots 15 and 16 in Sauare 453, beginning on Eye st., 24 feet east of the northwest corner of said lot 15 and running thence east on said street, 24 feet. 9 inches: thence south 132 feet 10V4 inches to a 30-foot alley; thence west on said alley. 24 feet. 9 inches: thence north 132 feet. 10>? inches to the , point of beginning. Said property now , known for purposes of assessment and taxation as Lot 818 in Square 453. Terms: Sold subject to a prior building association deed of trust for approximately $18,813.33. further particulars of which will be an nounced at time of sale; the purchase i price above said trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of $500 required. Conveyanc ing. recording, etc., at purchaser's cost Terms to be compiled with within 30 days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the property may be advertised and resold at the discretion of the trustees. HARLAN 5 WOOD. HENRY SALUS. trustees. I soil.14-16.18.21. ! TRAILERS. ; TRAILER COACH HEADQUARTERS for ! past 6 rears. Your housing problem can , be settled quickly from our several new t lines totaling 14 models. Among these floor plans your needs and desires can be filled ■ Immediately. Price. $1,895 to $3,495 , Finance for 24 months if desired. Higgins ' Campers, utility trailers and accessories ' RICHTER TRAILER SALES. U. S. Route 1. Berwyn. Md. Phone TO. 6035. 1947 AMERICAN. Howard, Schult, Zim- i mer and Travelo trailer coaches. Granite luggage trailers and camping trailers. Im med. delivery Oak Grove Court Trailer. 1 operated by AMERICAN TRAILER CO. ; INC. 4 ml south of Alexandria, on Route 1. Phone OV. 2801. } MOVING AND HAULING made easy and thrifty when you rent one of our luggage- i utility trailers and boat trailers by the - day. week or month. AMERICAN TRAIL- 1 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; j nearby shower and rest room: 1 mile from D. C. line: $95 per month: 50"« applied - to sale price. $2,250 SH 7992. I NATIONAL TRAILERS. 1947. now on dis play. c. FRED PAINTER. 6009 Baltimore ave.. Riverdale. Md. Phone WA. 4903. GLIDER HOUSE TRAILERS. 1947 models l Immediate delivery: 8 different sires, some with elec, refer., bottled gas: also preway cooking stoves, elec, refer.. gas cylinders. Nelson dollies, other extra equipment Only Glider makes America's luxury home on . wheels. COLIE TRAILER CO., exclusive j Gilder dealer. 8232 Ga. ave. SL. 2242. c Open Sunday and evenings till 9. I •4i covered Wagon house trailer. 22 1 ft. Ions: excel condition; $1,100. Elmwood t 688. «—18 C 4 ITRAILERS (Com.). i FOR BENT—Stake and box-type all 1 purpose utility trailers, by hr., day or wk We hitch to your car. Open Sun. Cal GL. 8830, RENT-A-TRAILER CO., 3305 Lee hwy., Arl.. Va. CURTIS WRIGHT—The sensational nee all-aluminum luxury clipper, 20 ft. weighs less than 1,500 pounds. Othei nationally famous new trader coaches from $1,295 and up. Also Kit Sports master Kamper. "See ABC" TRAILED SALES. INC., U. 8. No. 1, Berwyn, Md Tower 4949. 1«M6 POLISHED ALUMINUM trailer, lb excellent condition, used 8 weeks; sacri fice for $2,500. CH. 0144. 17* SILVER DOME house trailer, excellent con dition; sacrifice. $900: can be financed South side Brooklyn Bridge rd.. I mile past Timmons' gas sta.. Laurel. Md. 20* TRAILER 1944. 25-ft.. bottle gas. sleeps 4: excellent condition: must sell, leaving town; $1,100 or best oiler. Old Lot 38. Washington Tourist Camp. Hains Point. 17* LOADMASTER '48. complete with side and rear reflectors, stop light, side racks, bumper hitch, safety chains: removable steel pickup body: rig can be used to haul small boats, etc.; $125. Phone ALex 9376. after 7 p.m. • HOWARD 1941. with large glassed-in porch: comfortably equipped for 4 people: avoid high notes and high rents. See Lot 63, Temple Trailer Village. Alex., Va. 22* 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 (Homecrest). 25 ft._$2.165 1947 Travelo Cruiser. 22Vi ft_2,195 4-wheel tandems. 1947 Ztmmer. (4 pass ). 27 ft_3.450 1947 Zimmer. (6 pass ). 27 ft.. — 2,630 194 - Schult Luxury Liner, 25'/a 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 Granite exp. utility trailer._ 229,50 1948 Dor-Lee Trail Camper _ 695.00 1947 Kit-Camper (aluminum) _. 735.00 Open eves, and Sun. till 9 p.m AMERICAN TRAILER CO.. INC.. 4030 Wisconsin ave. n.w Phone WO 3231. AUTO PAINTING. AUTO PAINTING, any color, $30: work guaranteed. RE. 6353. Ext. 31. Call for and deliver. —19 AETO PAINTING—Complete Job. $60: se lect your color: work guaranteed. ADDI SON CHEVROLET. 1522 14th st. n.w.. HO. 7500. AETO PAINTING—Complete Job. $35 up; work guaranteed. GILBERT. 4102 Pa. ave. extended s.e., LI. 3539. AETO PAINTING. *60. Body and fender work. Satisfaction guaranteed WILLARD SERVICES, INC., rear 1610 14th n.w., AD. 5833.___23 GARAGES FOR SALE. BRICK GARAGE, size 20x22, in need of substantial repairs; located at the rear of 41 a A st. n.e..; price, $750. JOHN P. DON OHOE & SONS, 314 Pa. ave. s.e., LI. 0084. GARAGES WANTED GARAGE WANTED—2-car, for storage. Call CO. 4093._ —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 glass installed. J. L BRENNER & CO.. 1940 Montana ave. n.e.. PR 1940. 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 by the lat est safety process: beautiful tread: 2 hour service: electric-treated sections If your tire Is cut. See your tires being re capped at ARCADE PONTIAC CO., Wash ington’s Largest Pontiac Dealer, 1437 Irving st. n.w.. AD. 8500. Quick, efficient service. AUTO RADIO ANTENNAS, large stock, tel escopic; from $1.89. MANHATTAN AUTO & RADIO CO.. 1706 7th st. n.w. PONTIAC OWNERS. ATTENTION! We carry a large stock of good-quality 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 8500. 81-CU.-FT. GAR WOOD DUMP BODY and hoist, in perfect condition. See Mr. Hasek, A. P. WOODSON & CO., 9th st. at Michi gan ave. n.e. —17 CHASSIS, complete. lor midget car. SH. 8590 evenings,17* AUTO TRUCKS FOR SALE. CHEVROLET 1941 114-ton dump; low mileage: good condition; 80-day guar antee: $1,175. WA. 6339. CHEVROLET 1939 ‘4-ton panel; good con dition: $490. Can be seen at residence, 5 Burns st. n.e. LI. 5455. —20 WILLYS JEEP 1947 14-ton. 4-wheel drive; imed. del. HUNTER MOTORS, OV. 1439. INTERNATIONAL 1941 dump truck; 114 tons: good condition: $950. DE. 3978. FORD 1942 stake: l.w.: excellent condi tion; good tires; $1,050; 40 other buses and trucks to pick from. 1731 Bladens burg rd. n.e. —17 HUDSON 14-ton pickup truck: used by dealer, never titled, like new: must have passenger car in trade: list price, $1,460. GRADY MOTORS, 4830 Hampden lane, Bethesda, Md.. WI. 7400. —19 BUSES, 1942 Internationals, K-5 and K-6s; good condition: $1,460. RICE MO TOR CO.. 1731 Bladensburg rd. n.e. —17 1936 WARD LA FRANCE DUMP tryck, 2 ‘4 tons: excel, condition: best offer. 710 Bayley pi. s.e after 5 P.m. —21 1937 CHEVROLET TRUCK. 114-ton, stake body; good running condition; $400 or best offer. Call GARNER, MI. 9076, bet. 8 and 5. —17 FORD 1941 stake body. 114-ton. WIL LIAM F. NELSON. 923 V st. n.w. DU. 2090. —17 INTERNATIONAL 1942 K-7 4‘4-ton, c. o. e.. short wheelbase, van body; motor and tires in excellent condition; would also make good tractor or dump; $1,150. Call TR. 6970 after 6 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 stake body; good tires, needs rings: $275. WA. 7220. —20 CHEVROLET 1937 1‘4-ton stake truck; dual wheels: sacrifice on terms; $395. “ROPER.'' 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 16* FORD 1939 de luxe sedan delivery: looks, runs good; sacrifice, $435; consider terms. “ROPER.” 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 10* STUDEBAKER late 1945 1-ton pickup. Studebaker 1947. 114 tons, van body. 12 ft., has tail gate. Chevrolet late 1942, 1‘4 tons, stake body. 9 ft., has tail gate. 914 12th st. n.w . DI. 2633. 16* ATTENTION. MOVERS! Reo 1940 16-ft. steel van with bullnose and overload gate. 2-speed axel, for local or over-the-road hauling: complete and ready to roll. This is a real buy. REO WASHINGTON CO., INC., 1331 Half st. s.e. —17 REO 1946 2'4-ton tractor, 2-speed rear with overdrive, saddle tank. 9.00x20 10 Dly tires, spotlight: condition Ilka- new: $2,795. REO WASHINGTON CO.. INC., 1331 Half st. s.e. _17 FORD 1940 dump truck for sale, 2-ton; $.00. Call from 8 am. to 6 p.m.. LU _i7 sedan-delivery, new; SI.695. FR. 9541. 17» FORD 1946 l'/a-ton stake body truck; used very little. Phone Rockville 2101. TWO TRUCKS, excellent for small busi ness; Chev.. new motor, 1937 Metro body, Vi-ton panel, $625: Inti. 1937 IVton panel, $450. 1011 4th st. s.w. —1R BELOW FORMER CEILING PRICES—Good choice of used trucks with and without van bodies. See MR. HART, 201 Que st. n.w. TRUCK BODY, steel, pickup; 19 In. high, 46 im wide, 6 ft. 13 In. long; $35. HART. 2$ Cedar lane, Falls Church. Phone AX. Soil. 17 CHEVROLET 1937 truck. l'A tons, long wheel base. See at 1113 Va. ave. a.e.. or call LU. 3666. • CHEVROLET 1940 1 Ig-ton van: tires and motor good cond.. body needs some repairs; $400 or best offer under. Call MR. HKID. RA. 9010. 17 CHEVROLET 1939 dump; good cond ; $800. FR. 0441. 17 CHEVROLET 1941 1 Va-ton pickup: In good condition throughout: $600 or best offer under. Call SH. 7514. FEDERAL 2'/a-ton: good condition, work ing everyday; $1,150. Call AX. 4317. —22 PONTIAC 1939 l<i-ton pickup with wood body; $300, LI. 0106,—18 GMC 1946, model CC-302, 3-yd. dump body; division board included; condition good as new; 7,250 miles International 1946. model KS-5. dual reduction rear. 3-yd. dump body; division board included: condition good as new; See Mr. Hasek. A. P. WOOD 5QN CO., 9th st. at Michigan ave. n.e. —17 army SURPLUS TRUCKS by Central Motor Co., GMC truck dealer: (50) Conventional trucks. 1942 Chevrolets, lVi-ton stakes. 1942 Fords, lVfe-ton stakes. 1942 Chevrolets. 1 Va-ton dumps. Panels—Fords, Dodges. Buses--29 and 15 passenger. (30) Army trucks. 6x6s, 6x4s, 4x4s, to 6 ton stakes, dumps, tractors, pickups, cargoes, semitrailers. Bodies—Stakes, vans. raris ana service on Army ana conven tional trucks at both our 2 new plants. Alex, and Arlington. CENTRAL MOTOR CO.. GMC Truck 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 lMi miles_ Daily, 8 to 0; Sunday. 10 to 3. AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. VETERAN DESIRES HOUSEHOLD moving, general hauling: vans, stakes, panels; white help: reas rates FR. 8260. Ext. 72. STLDEBAKER 2V2-ton stake body, can vass top; weekly or monthly. Phone CH. 2000. Ext. 481. 16* VAN TRUCKS, large or small lobs; experi enced help; prompt service; reas. rates; local and long distance. TA. 2937 16* AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. 1947 V, and ton panel trucks for hire by week, month or year: PUBLIC SERVICE DRIVE-UH SELF. ME, 7011,—27 MOTORCYCLES. HARLEY DAVIDSON "74" O.H.V. 1945 model; with complete de luxe equipment. Also 1946 B.S.A. and other good used motorcycles. Immed. delivery on 1947 O.H.V. Matchless and A.J.S.. also Francis Barnett lightweight motorcycles. ALLIED MOTORCYCLES, 2014 M St. n.w., RE. 0073 —lg MOTOR BIKE. Whlsxer, for sale: excellent condition: several accessories; $125. Call GL. 2856. —1« MOTORCYCLE. COMMERCIAL. 1946 Har ley-Davidson with side box; 4,000 miles, new cond. Can be seen at 1406 14th st. n.w. _ jg 1916 WHIZZER MOTORBIKE, perf. cond. I For information, call FR. 6322. I ! AUTOMOBILES FOR SALL SLICK 1941 4-dr Special sedan: good •ond.: $1,300. Call SH 9161 17 SCICK 1931 snort coupe; radio: excellent unning condition; $200 or best offer un jsr. No. Greenbrier st., Arlington. Vs 4 ' ^ AUTOMOBILES Pgt SALE (Coml.) : BUICK lMl 7-paasenger Umo. model "90 . L"; good cond.. good tirei; twice, 9776. I Two Bulck 1942 7-passenger Limos, model “90-L": good cond. and good Urea; twice, 91,075. AIRPORT TRANSPORT. INC.. 710 r 14th st. n-e.. TR. 1837, ask Tor MR. COOK. ■ BUICK 1941 Special 4-door sedan; black, i radio and heater, tires, motor, interior • in excel, cond.: 30-day guarantee; 91,295. • LOGANMCTOR CO.. 1111 18th it. n.w. DI. 5800. _17 BUICK 1946 new sedanette: r. and h.: $2.695: trade desired: terms. WASH. AUTO AUCTION. 8511 Colesville rd., 8. Md. SH. 4400. —17 ' 1937 black 4-door sedan: cash. $360; good condition. By OWNER. GL. ; 892o. —18 BUICK 1936 Special business coupe: new paint lob. In perfect condition; Just passed D. C. inspection: $575. Can see at 1611 M st. n.w. between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. EX. 9657. —18 BUICK 1942 Roadmaster 4-dr. sedan: ex cellent cond.: good 6-Ply tires; low mileage; $1,785. HANNUM, NA. 6933. Apt. 302. BUICK 1946 sedanette; 300 miles, fully de luxe equipped, radio and heater; $2, 145: trade desired. EM. 4490. —18 BUICK 1941 4-door sedan: clean, tight, tires like new: narsl officer going to sea: must sell cheap; $1,250. Call TE. 2423. 20* BUICK 1937 Special 4-door sedan: blue, excellent condition, good radio: private owner; $695. Call LU. 0140 after 7 p.m. 20* BUICK 3 937 blk. 5-pass, coupe; good con dition; $395. After 4 p.m., LI. 3169. 233 7 32nd st. s.e. 16* BUICK 1941 Super convertible: perfect condition, all accessories; $1,500; no less. Call TE. 8392. —16 vauiLuit' 19.19 4-dr. custom-built sedan: radio, heater and defrosters, fender welds. 6 good tires, motor, interior and general annearance in excellent condition; *1,226. Phone LI. 60.16. CADILLAC 4-dr. sports sedan model 41-62; completely overhauled by Capltol-Cadillac; *2,100. NA. 8708, —17 CHEVROLET 1839 business coupe; seat covers and heater; good condition; price, *095. Call WO. 9842. —16 CHEVROLET 1942 4-door sedan Special de luxe: with heater, beautiful finish, tires excel,; 30-day guarantee: *1.296. LOGAN MOTOR CO., 1111 18th st. n.w. bl. 6800. _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. "ROPKR,” 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 10* CHEVROLET 1947 4-door Pleetmaster; 1.500 miles; *2,000. CH. 6305 after 0 p m. IS CHEVROLET 1933; motor in good condi tion, new tires; *200 or best offer under. SL. 3962. CHEVROLET 1940 sedan; perfect condi tion; clean throughout, with extras; $1,075. SH. 1621. * CHEVROLET 1941 station wagon: must sell this week; $925; consider terms. ROPER ' . 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 16* CHRYSLER 1942 Windsor; new motor, transmission and fluid drive, rear end and rear springs in first-class shape; guaranteed to pass D. C. inspection; *1,650. Can see at 1811 M st. n.w. between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. EX. 9657. —18 DE SOTO 1941 (fluid drive) de luxe sedan; radio, heater: excel, cond.; *1,195; consider terms. "ROPER.” 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 16* DE SOTO 1939 4-door sedan; *800; by pvt. owner. Trinidad 8387. 10 10th st. n.e., basement apt. DODGE 1940 de luxe sedan: radio, heater: beautiful car; $1,050: consider terms. "ROPmt.'‘ 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 16* DODGE 1936; good condition: good rubber: recently overhauled; $350, or best offer under. Wl. 9024. DODGE 1941 2-door; heater, new motor; $795, with $266 down. FRED L. MOR GAN, 1529 14th st. n.w., DO. 9604. —18 DODGE 1939: recently overhauled; clean throughout; *876, cash, trade or terms. OX. 1008. —16 DODGE 1940 three-passenger de luxe coupe: radio, heater, 6 good tires; in ex cellent mechanical condition. This car is so clean you have to look twice to tell the difference from a new car. $985. ME. 9182. 801 H st. n.w. 17* DODGE 1937 business coupe; this is an ex ceptionally good, dependable, durable busi nessman’s auto: lge. trunk storage, cap. 7 ft. deep; engine completely overhauled, new clutch, seal-beamed lights, built-in seat covers; Just spent $300 on it; getting new car; good buy for $725. 6208 13th st. n.w . GE. 7514. —18 DODGE 1940 2 door: heater; excellent condition, 2 new tires; $1,050. Phone WT 3R7n 1 FORD 1046 super de luxe: In perfect con dition; $1,600. Apply rear 68 New York ave. n.w., EX. 4664. MR. EDISON. —20 FORD 1941 super de luxe Tudor: maroon finish, radio and heater, tires practically new: 3C-day guarantee; $995. LOGAN MOTOR CO.. 1111 18th st. n.w. DI. 6800. —17 FORD 1942 de luxe Tudor sedan: with heater, new paint, slate gray color: car in excel, cond.: 30-day guarantee; $1,175. LOGAN MOTOR CO„ 1111 18th st. n.w. DI. 5800. _17 FORD 1947 Super de luxe Fordor sedan, brand new: black: red wheels, special de luxe steering wheel, clock, heater and de frosters, special heavy duty clutch. 6 spe cial heavy duty tires, all beautiful special de luxe equipment; 2-tone upholstery, half leather and mohair; leather arm rests: car will be delivered to me tomorrow at 3 p.m. Will sell for $2,195. or best offer below. No dealers. NOk 7371. FORD 1940 Tudor; in excel, condition throughout; seat covers, heater, seal-beam lights, fog lights, spotlight: exceptionally good and clean car throughout; durable and dependable for $1,100. 5208 13th st. n.w. GE. 7514. —20 FORD 1941 Tudor de luxe; excellent con dition: $1,000 or best offer under. Bat 242-Z, Star. 17» FORD 1938 station wagon: ,perf. cond.; r.. h. and accessories: good tires; $8SO-or best offer under. Call GL. 4241. —17 FORD 1946 club-coupe V-8 super de luxe; radio and heater, seat covers, etc.: 6,200 mi.: Just like new; $1,750. RE. 2907. 17* FORD 1941 sedan: must sell; $1,046: con sider terms: only run 2,300 miles. "ROPER.” 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 16* FORD 1936 Fordor sedan; good tires; cash or terms: $346. 1349 Shepherd st. n.w TA. 51.32. FORD 1942 station wagon; excellent mechanical condition: $995. VALLEY GARAGE, 4500 Arkansas ave. n.w. RA. 9870. —18 FORD 1939 de luxe Tudor: radio and heater; good motor, good tires; $426. GE. 9626. —18 FORD 1947. new. maroon. V-8. de luxe Fordor sedan: heater, etc.; $1,925 or best offer under. WO. 6637. —18 HUDSON 1947 Super 6 sedan, custom built; radio and heater, spare tire, air foam cushions; $2,100. FR. 5700. Ext. 586. —17 JEEP, new Willys; can make Immediate delivery on a limited number. 81 HAW KINS. Willys Dealer, 1333-5 14th st. n.w., DU. 4455. Closed Sundays. JEEP 1946 civilian: run less than 100 miles, new-car guarantee: trade and easy terms; $1,175. MITCHELL’S MOTORS. INC.. 60 H st. n.e. 17* La SALLE 1940 4-door sedan: radio, low mileage, good condition; $1,025. Call NA. 7266 until 7:30 p.m. —17 LINCOLN 1947 convertible; green, over drive, heater, foglights, etc.; $3,500. HO. 2321. —22 LINCOLN 1946 4-door sedan: heater, good as new; $2,750; nb dealers. OV. 0447. LINCOLN de luxe custom 7-passenger sedan; beautiful condition; $885; consider terms. 1 ROPER.’' 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 16» LINCOLN-ZEPHYR 1941 4-door sedan: beautiful black finish, new custom-made seat covers and heater. This car has new rubber and very low mileage for this year car;_mechanically perfect; $1,295. MAYFLOWER MOTORS. INC., 1126 15th st. Lincoln-Mercury dealers. Closed Sats. and Sundays. . —18 LINCOLN-ZEPHYR 1939 4-door; r. and h.; excel, cond.; price. $1,050. MI. 3200, Ext. 376, 8:30 to 5; or Rockville 3618. MERCURY 1940 convertible: radio, heater; just painted; good cond.; $1,145 or best offer under; pvt. owner. MI. 1450. —16 MERCURY 1940 convert, club coupe: excel, radio, South Wind heater; beautiful green finish: perfect top; perfect motor: truly a beautiful car, and extra clean; $1,095 cash, or pay $445 down. bal. in 15 mos. STONE, 1617 14th st. n.w., AD. 7363. MERCURY 1946 4-door sedan: radio, heater and seat covers, good as new; $2,500; no dealers. OV. 0447. —18 NASH 1946 4-door sedan: maroon: acces sories; low mileage; $1,760 or best offer below: pvt. owner. SH. 6711. —16 OLDSMOBILE 1938 8-cyllnder 4-dr. sedan; good tires, new seat covers, in No. 1 con dition; $750. Call any time, FR. 3369. OLDSMOBILE 1946 ‘‘76" hyd. Streamliner; two-tone blue: 2.000 mi.; heater; $2,300. Taylor 4651 after 6 p.m. 16* OLDSMOBILE 1936 2-door; 4 good tires, " excellent transp.; $350 as is. CH. 9498. _JO OLDSMOBILE 1936 "8": good motor: heater; GI student needs money urgently; $275- or best offer under. HY. 0376. OLDSMOBILE 1941 2-dr. Fleetline sedan: excel, cond.; completely overhauled, motor job, new clutch, transmission; $1,025. SINCLAIR STATION. 6th and K Sts. n.w. ; PACKARD 1942 4-door Clipper sedan; extra clean; only $1,396; low down pay- ' ment, balance 16 mos. GRADY MOTORS, 4830 Hampden lane, Bethesda, Md. Wis- ’ consin 7400. 9 till 6:30 p.m. —19 1 PACKARD 1947 7-oassenger sedan; this - is practically a new car and we will 1 sacrifice for $4,150. COOK MOTOR CO.. 5 22nd and L sts. n.w., DI. 9526. —17 1 PACKARD 1942 Clipper, model No. 160. ! This is a real Packard. Correct mileage, 34,000: over-drive, electramatic clutch. 1 tires, 6 ply. heavy duty: almost new. 1 upholstery spotless; car perfect in every 1 way: $1,875. WO. 5330. 3421 Quebec 1 st. n.w. —20 1 PACKARD 1940 sedan: A-l condition; heater and overdrive: original owner- sqqx l Cali WI. 8946. —18 ] PLYMOUTH 1939 de luxe 4-door: r. and : h.: one owner since new: this car is im maculate. must be seen and driven; lor ( only $995 GRADY MOTORS. 4830 i Hampden lane. Bethesda, Md., WI. 7400. 1 9 till 5:30 p.m. —19 ; PLYMOUTH 1941 ex-taxl: make a good cab or private car, green color; 1946 Dodge motor, very low mileage; $500 cash. 3 Phone Palls Church 1656-J. 17* PLYMOUTH 1941 taxi; completely over- i hauled; $700 or best otter under. BEA VERS & MOATS GARAGE, 620 Eye st. ; n.w. (rear) RE. 2690. —17 1 PLYMOUTH 1941 taxi; heater, 2 new tires, ; new battery, new clutch; motor overhauled; ] car In A-l condition: can be converted 3 to private car for $70: will guarantee mo tor, transmission and rear tor 1.000 miles; 3 guarantee D. C. Inspection: $736: can be financed. WILLARD, rear 1610 14th it. n.w. _20 1 PLYMOUTH 1936 4-door sedan; new \ clutch, rear end and motor Job; $380 AT 6171. —22 3 PLYMOUTH 1933 sport coupe; 16-in. 3 wheels, spotlight, heater; $300 or best 3 offer under. DU. 2050. PLYMOUTH 1941 4-door de luxe sedan; 1 radio and heater, excel, cond. throughout- , 20-day guarantee: $1,196. LOGAN MO- - TOR CO., 1111 18th st. n.w. DI. 5800. 1 PLYMOUTH 1937 2-door: good condition- 1 radio, heater, new paint; $375 cash. Call ] LU. 3666 or see at 1113 Va. ave. s.e. • PLYMOUTH 193P 4-dr. sedan: good Con- 1 ditlon. new brakes; $750: no dealers. 1 PL. II75P. ] PLYMOUTH CAB, 1946: heater and de froster; real leather; license; perfect cond.; 1 EM^O31*25: *1,650' D*T- **• 7393; night. I PLYMOUTH—I Win sell and deliver at once my brand-new 1947 Special de luxe , 4-dr. sedan; never uied; 2-tone upholstery; 1 black paint; Mopar heater, air cond. ami t defrosters, side mirrors and all extras- ( beaut. Interior; $2,095. Bos 213-A. Star. 1 > I CROSS-WORD PUZZLE HORIZONTAL. I Winter vehicle 5 Samoan seaport 9 Before 12 To listen secretly 14 Tennis stroke 15 Wife of Edward the 1 Confessor 16 Play by Shakespeare 18 To look askance 21 Printer’s measure 22 Above 24 To check 26 Moisture 28 Corded cloth 30 Midday 32 Back of the neck 35 Urchin 37 Mine car 39 Merry 40 Garden shrub 42 Soon 44 Compass point 45 Cease 47 Cry of sorrow 49 You and me 51 More than 53 Pertaining to a woman’s marriage portion 56 Pertaining to the voice 59 Bare 60 To be sick 61 To make requital 63 Resort 64 Occupation 65 French rivei* VERTICAL. 1 To witness 2 Youth 3 Unpropitious 4 To discourage through fear 5 Paid notice 6 In favor of 7 Small | Answer to Yesterday’s Pnzsle. particle 8 Ant cow 8 Cloth measure 10 Part in & play 11 Black 13 Luster 17 Biblical garden 19 Tumult 22 Russian mountain system 23 Elflike creatine 25 Girl's name 27 To oscillate 30 Slang: friend: 31 Novel by Zola 33 Dance step 34 Organ of sight 36 Conductor’s stick 38 To shape 41 Sheltered 43 Mother-in law of Ruth 46 One of the twelve apostles 48 To pilfer 49 Poisonous tree 50 Vessel 52 Girl’s flame 54 Pretentious 55 Dregs 57 Palm leaf (Var.) 58 Bounder 62 French article g || \ ip fel yN nn _ IpIeIeIrIs _ Points for Parents —By EDYTH THOMAS WALLACE Not being ready at an appointed time indicates a disregard for others and should not be encouraged. This 1HT. 1U RMMUr / I \ ud Triton* ByadtotU — / 1 Not This syjiiMac: Mother—Go on, dad. It isn’t fair] to make you late at the office. John will have to learn to be ready on time if he wants a ride to school. Mother—Wait just a minute, dad. I’ll help John find his things and he’ll be ready right away! Hurry, son! Here are your books—here’s your sweater. AUTOMOBILES FOR SAUE. PLYMOUTH 1941 4-door sedan: heater, black finish, excel, transp.; as is. $850. UDGAN MOTOR CO.. 1111 18th st. n.w. DI. 5800. ' —17 PLYMOUTH 1938 2-door sedan: this car is exceptionally clean; prac. new tires all around; price, $685; cash or terms. 1349 Shepherd st. n.w. TA. 5132. PLYMOUTH 1946 Special de luxe 4-door sedan: light creep: fully equipped: Moto rola radio. Mopar heater; absolutely new car condition throughout; $2,000. Call EX. 3489. • PLYMOUTH 1941 Special de luxe 4-door sadan: with heater.coior dark vreen, ex cel. motor, tirei£.'3ff-SSr guarantee; $1, 295: LOGAN MOTOR CO.; 1111 18th st. n.#_ DI. 5800. —17 PLYMOUTH 1941 4-door Special de luxe; excellent motor, body and tiree, with heater;_45.000 miles: $1,095. COL. BURDETTE. OV. 2461. 17* PONTIAC 1941 ‘'8" 4-door sedan; orig inal owner; $1,300 or under. Phone NO. 3679. 17* PONTIAC 1938 4-door sedan; good, clean condition; radio and heater; $725. LI. 5696. —17 PONTIAC 1937 4-door sedan; *475; per fect condition, motor just overhauled. Can be seen between 4 and 7 P.m.. 305 I st. n.e. or FR. 6309. —17 STUDEBAKER 1941 Champion; beautiful car, best condition: $1,025; consider terms. "ROPER." 1730 R. 1. ave. n.e. 16* STUDEBAKER 1948 4-dr. Champion; low mileage, extra clean; $1,495. GRADY MOTORS, INC.. 4830 Hampden lane, Be thesda. Md. WI. 7400. 9 to 5:30. —21 STUDEBAKER 1936 President 4-dr. sedan; r. and h.: good condition; $350 cash. .Can be seen at 6403 Blair rd. n.w. any time. Call RA. 8857 after 5:30 p.m. —18 STUDEBAKER 1941 Champ. 4-door de luxa: climattzer, overdrive, hillholder, defroster; tires, motor, excel, cond.; $975. GE. 3)78 after 5 p.m. —18 TAXICABS—1939 Dodge, 1939 Plymouth for sale: $425 ea.: good cond.; terms or rent. $24 per wk. EM. 70861 4824 dlst^st. TAXICAB DRIVERS WANTED, men or women, to rent or buy '47 Packards. SELLER'S CAB CO., 4th and Mass, ave. n.w. 85 USED CARS— 4-Door Sedans; 1941 Chevrolet _$895 1941 Cadillac_1,595 1941 De Soto_1,095 1940 Pontiac _1,045 1941 Nash_ 895 1942 Dodge_1,295 1941 Ford _1,095 1938 Packard _ 695 1937 Terraplane _ 395 2-Door Sedans: 1941 Ford _$995 1942 Chevrolet_1,195 1941 Plymouth _.' 960 1939 Buick _1,045 1941 Chevrolet_ 995 1935 Pontiac _ 295 1939 Olds _ 995 Club Ccupes: 1941 Chevrolet_$1,196 1940 Packard _ 995 1941 Pontiac _1,195 1940 Buick_ 1,095 Convertibles: 1940 Packard _$1,195 1941 Dodge _ 1,295 Open evenings until 10 p.m. BENDALL PONTIAC. 1611 King st.. Alexandria. Va.. OV. 1600.—17 MIDWEEK SPECIALS— 1942 Studebaker Champ., r. and h $1,095 rora cpe., n._ _.. i.nmi 1940 Plymouth 2-dr_ 795 1940 Packard cl. cpe., r. and h_ 095 1937 Chevrolet 2-dr. _ 405 1940 Dodge cl. cpe._ 790 1 9.37 De Soto sedan_ 445 1941 Dodge sedan _ 1.095 Terms, cash or trade. CALVERT MO TORa INC., 2611 Lee hwy., Arl., Va., 1.1 miles from Key Bridge. OW, 7166. 1939 Ford station wagon _$ 950 1940 Chevrolet station wagon_1,050 1941 Ford station wagon_ 995 1938 Plymouth_ 575 1930 Ford Tudor_ 225 1935 Chevrolet coupe_ 275 1942 Hudson _1,250 CENTRAL MOTOR OO., 3200 Lee hwy., Arlington, Va. Open Sunday from 10 to 3. —19 THE BEST ARE FOUND AT JET— 1946 De Soto 4 dr.; r_$2,095 1940 Hudson 4 dr.; r., h_22,095 1942 Chev. M. de luxe 4 dr.; r„ h.- 1,315 1941 Packard •‘120” 4 dr.; r.. h._ 1,345 1941 Stud. Com. clb. cpe.; r„ h_1,195 1941 Dodge cpe. 4 dr.; r„ h_1,145 1940 Chev. M. de luxe 2 dr.; r_ 965 1940 Stud. Commander 4 dr.; h_ 945 1939 Buick Spec. 4 dr.; r.. h. (2) . 945 1938 Chev. M. de luxe 2 dr.; r., h._ 765 1937 Dodge 4 dr.; r.. h. _ 695 1937 Chev. M. de luxe cpe_ 415 1935 Pontiac "8” cpe_ 375 1935 Plymouth 4 dr.._ _ _ 195 1934 De Soto Airflow 4 dr_ 245 1945 Chev. >/i-ton pickup 1.345 For the cleanest used ears In the city, come to JET MOTOR SALES, 2719 Nichols ave. s.e., LI. 0336. opposite St. Elizabeths Hospital. •17* 1936 PACKARD convertible coupe. $' 395 1940 Packard 4-dr. sedan__ _ 995 1941 Lincoln-Zephyr 5-pass, coupe. 1,095 1941 Hudson convertible coupe_1,095 1938 Hudson 4-dr. sedan_ 495 1939 Ford Vi-ton stake_ 445 5806 Georgia ave. n.w,_—19 SCHLEGEL A GOLDEN 1942 Chevrolet Mas. de 1. 2-dr. sed.$l,195 1941 Packard •'120" conv. cpe_1,495 1941 Plymouth 2-door sedan_ 995 1941 Pontiac 4-door sedan_1,195 1941 Dodge custom club coupe_1-L95 1941 Buick Super 4-door sedan_1B95 1941 Buick Special 4-dr. sedan_1,295 1941 Olds. "78" 4-dr. sedan_ 1.295 1941 Plymouth 2-dr. Sp. de luxe.. 1,050 1941 Dodge cust. 4-dr. sedan_1,195 1941 Ford Tudor sedan __1,050 1940 Chev. town sed. Sp. de luxe.- 975 1940 Willys coupe _ 625 1940 Olds, model "90” 4-dr. sedan 996 1939 Chrysler Royal Wind. cl. cpe. 995 SCHLEGEL ft GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st., Takom-i Park. D. C. GE. 3302, Open Sun. NEW-CAR GUARANTEE on all '46s and '47s— 1947 Plymouth Sp. de 1. 4-dr„ r.. h.$1,995 1946 Pontiac sedanette, r., h., spot light - ... __2,195 1946 Dodge Custom 4-dr., h.___2.195 1946 De Soto Custom 4-dr., r., h.._ 2.295 • 1946 Nash sedan „ _ 1.745 trlde CALVERT MO TORS, INC.. 2611 Lee hwy.. Arl.. Va., 1.1 , miles from Key bridge. OW. 7166. ! _AUTOMOWLtS WANTED. NuVatk PUTT will Pfty cub to prt, KS4£8k '^'4L°fu41 ? »•*• or rt to ao t^guj * AUTOMOBILES WANTED (Cont.). IN DIRE NEED of 1947 car. Willing to pay the price; will accept 1948 with low mileage. Call after 6 p.m. RA. 3957. —19 LET US BID on your old car. MANHAT TAN AUTO & RADIO CO.. 1706 7th st. n.w. Phone NO. 7557. (Used ear'dealers for over 33 years.) b CHEVROLET. Buiclc. Ford or any make good clean 1942, 1941. 1940 or 1939 car; need car badly; can pay cash. AD. 1114. _20 PLYMOUTH, Ford, Pontiaa, Bulck or other good car. '39. ’40. '41 or ’42. Can pay all cash. Call OR. 3345. Li ~-18 CHEVROLET. ’40-’41. clean: wfifcfrfty fair cash price. Call LU. 1443. "a" I WILL PAY ALL CASH for cleat) car; new or used. GENE CASTLEBERRY, FR. 6231. VETERANS—Position requires Immediate purchase of dependable used car; prefer Ford. Chevrolet or Plymouth; will pay all cash. WO. (1250. _1R FORD. CHEVROLET, Plymouth. Pontiac. 39. ’40. *41 or '42; have cash, willing to pay high price for good car. TR. 2635! PONTIAC WANTED—We will pay thThieh ^cAsf..<loU?I£i.»ny and any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e., AD. 8344. CHEVROLET WANTED—We will pay the any y«»r, 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 20th st. n.e., AD. 8344. FORDS WANTED—We will pay the highest cash dollars: any year and any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e., AD. 8344. BUICK8 WANTED—We will pay the high est cash dollars; any year and any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES, R. L ave. at20th st. n.e., AD. 8344. FOR EXPORT. 100 cars wanted now: It Is urgent that we secure these cars lmmed.; price Is no object. Call AD. 8345. CASH for your Nash, also any other make; highest prices paid. WILLIAMS Sc BAKER. 2819 M st. n.w., HO. 8700. SELL OR TRADE YOUR car at Homer s Corner. STANLEY H. HORNER. Bulck, Fla. ave.. oth to 6th sts. n.e.. AT. 6464. IMMEDIATE CASH; no red tape or haggling—We need 60 clean cars right away and will pay more than your car Is worth if can be had right now. RHODE ISLAND MOTOR CO., 1620 Rhode Island ave. n.e. Phone MI. 9774. BUICKS. Chevrolets. Fords. Pontlacs or any make ol car that has had good care. We need them and will pay the highest market price. SI HAWKINS. 1333 14th st. n.w.. DU. 4455. SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA SERVICE. 1126 20th st. n.w. DI. 9141. CASH AT ONCE—Top-dollar prices at COAffT-IN PONTIAC, 407-423 Florida ave. n.e., AT. 7200. Open evenings. FIRST VALUE used cars. WHEELER, INC . Chrysler-Plymouth dealei, 4800-4820 Wis consin. EM 4800, 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. AN HONEST PRICE for your Plymouth. Dodge, De Soto or Chrysler. SID WELL BORN MOTORS. Chrysler-Plymouth Deal ers, 8000 Georgia ave., SH. 4500. SELL YOUR NEW OR USED CAR for the highest cash dollar to the COLIE MOTOR CO., 8232 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring. SL. 2242. CHRY8LERS. Bulcks, Dodges. Plymouths. the best time to sell your car. or trade It on a new Chrysler or Plymouth for future delivery. Brin* your car in for appraisal. See Mr. Miller at RANDALL MOTORS. INC., Direct Factory Dealers. Chrysier Plymouth. 1150 17th at. n.w. EX 4800. CHEVROLETS—Cash for your car, no red tape. SCHLEOEL & GOLDEN. 267 Carroll st., Takoma Park. D C. tJeorsla 3800. FORDS—Cash lor your car. no red tap*. SCHLEOEL * GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st„ Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 3300. FAIR, HONEST APPRAISALS on all make* of can are assured at McKEE-PONTIAC. 1828 L at- p,w.. ME, 0400 “WIN WITH WINN’—Top price for your oar; never too now. never too old; wW eome to your home or office; plenty parking space. Open eves, and Sundays. WINNS MOTORS. 168 Florida ave. n.e., XX. 28*8. *T20GepriIa ave n.w.. RA. ^422. PLYMOUTH—Cash for your car, no red tape. SCHLEOEL & GOLDEN. 267 Carroll st., Takoma Park, D- C. Georgia 3300. HOLD IT JUST A MINUTE to get the high est cash price for your 1946 .or 1947 car and older If clean Drive In or call DU. 2877, BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO., 1717 Rhode Island ave. n.e.; open 9 a.m. to 1946 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 trade on a new car or sell to any one until you get our big prices. Need 100 cars—1926 to 1946. Absolutely high cash price. If oar is paid for, will give-you cash If car is not paid for. will pay off balance and pay cash difference BARNES-SAN DERS MOTORS. Washington's oldest ex clusive used-car dealers. 8ee Mr. Barnes I for appraisal. Ail cash or certified check. . Only one location. Drive In open lot. 1300 , 14th, corner N st. n.w. Open 8:30 to 6. 1 closed on Sundav Call North till. PRIVATE PARTY will pay caah for good 1 used car. any make, any model, any year. I 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 In , good condition Immediately. All caah. ■ Call EX. 3870. —19 WILL PAY CASH for Pontiac, Ford. Chevro let or Plymouth. ’40, ’41 or ’42. Car mutt 1 be clean. Call TE.J.918. —18 i EX-GOVT. EMPLOYE want! new ear to accept position as traveling saletman; will I pay cash. Call PR. 8300, Ext. 78. after 6 p.m. weekdays, all day Saturday and Sunday. —20 7-PA8B. PHAETON, Line., Packard Cadil lac or Bulck. Call DU. 4315 between 4 end 10 p.m. 16» WANTED TO BUT USED CAR. any make, year or model; attractive prleee paid. DI. 0971 between 9 and 5:30. —17 PLYMOUTH, ’40-’41, good condition; have all cash. Phone LD. 1443. —23 PRIVATE PARTY will make good caah offer for 1947 4-dr. Chevrolet. Dodge. Ford, Plymouth or Oldsmoblle. Call TE. 2114. —21 FORD V-8 touring wanted. In clean, good condition: caah. Call HO. 1277, Ext. 12, after 6 p.m. 17» TAXICABS "WANTED—1940, '41, '42, '46: »11 c»sh,. Rear, 131» 13 th st. n.w. —2i 41 OR '43 MODEL, any make; Plymouth or Chevrolet preferred. Phone OV. 3397 after 7 p.m. • PRIVATE PARTY will pay cash for 1937 Plymouth 4-door from original owner; body, tlree. n and mechanical WANTED AT any condition, l I A • Goren on Bridge * J10 9 5 3 S7A652 ! 09 *1052 *- . N *Q72 'S’QJ^ w * <77 OAKJ76 wa“ OQ8542 * K J8 9 *9642 * AK864 <?K103 0 103 * AQ7 East and West vulnerable. South deals. South West North East 1 * Dbl. 2 * Pass Pass Pass Opening lead, king of diamonds. Even the most astute opposition is at times rendered helpless by the proper and timely application of pre emptive principles. When you realize that the enemy has an im portant message to get through, that is the time to jam their communi cations, as witness today’s hand from a recent tournament. Alter South s opening Did west was faced with a mild problem. It was his desire to describe a strong hand and yet he might find it ex pedient to show both suits should the bidding develop in a mild manner. A mere overcall of two hearts would not do justice to the hand and might even result in failure to reach the best contract. After due con sideration West elected to double, which surely is not open to severe criticism. North’s pre-emptive raise to four spades well well chosen. The enemy was trying to find a. “spot” and to do so at the level of five would be extremely difficult. Despite partner’s opening bid the chances were that the North-South defensive strength would not be very formid able because of the abundance of spades. The best tactics seemed to be to place the pressure upon the adversaries to make the correct guess. East could take no action and West was up against it. He felt he was being talked out of something, but what could he do? Any bid by him would be a mere stab in the dark and might prove disastrous. It will be noted that East and West could have made five diamonds but it would have required master minding of the first order to get theme in the face of the barricade. 11118 is one of the reasons many players dislike to make informative doubles with two suiters. Had West chosen to hvercall with hearts he would now be in a position where he might, if he felt so inclined, try five diamonds, hoping that one or the other might find a fit in part ner’s hand. ’ The king of diamonds was led and the queen of hearts shifted to. De clarer won with the king and tested the trump suit. When West showed out he ruffed a diamond in dummy and took the trump finesse, clearing the suit. A heart was led to the ace and a heart back went to West. The fourth round of hearts was led by West but declarer did not ruff, instead he discarded the seven of clubs and the enemy was on lead, with no way to score another trick. The lead of a red card would permit a ruff in dummy and the discard of the queen of clubs in the closed hand and a club return would be into South’s major tenace. (Copyr^ht. 1947, by Charles H. Ooren.) lake My Word for It By Frank Colby Words to Watch. Here are a few French loan words which, while now considered as English, are frequently given pro nunciations that are not good Amer ican usage. The words garage. - corsage and barrage should end with a soft “zh” sound, and not with the harder sound as in “dodge, lodge.” End the words with the "zh” sound as in "pleasure, azure,” thus: garage: guh-RAHZH corsage: kawr-SAHZH barrage: buh-RAHZH (Note: In England the word ga rage is often rhymed with carriage, as, “GAR-idge.” It has no sanction in American usage, however.) A reader tells me that the pro prietor of a place which features Swedish massages assures her that the words masseur (masculine) and masseuse (feminine) are pronounced “muh-SOO-er” and “muh-SOOSS." She asks for my comment. My com ment is that perhaps some persons do say “muh-SOO-er” and “muh SOOSS,” but they shouldn’t. In the’ correct American pronun ciation of masseur, the “a” is flat as in “mat,” and the second syllable rhymes with “her, per,” thus: ma SER. The vowel sound in the second syllable of masseuse is like the "u” of "urn,” but no suggestion of the sound of “r.” Say: ma-SUZ. There is no “lawn” in lingerie. Not "LAWN-Juh-ray.” in the cor rect American pronunciation, the first syllable rhymes with “man.” The third syllable is “ree” to rhyme with “bee.” Be sure to say: LAN zhuh-ree. uiupgiam is a siik iaDnc navmg thick transverse cords. Do not pro nounce the "s.” The first syllable rhymes with “hoe, toe.” The second syllable Is exactly like the word “grain.” Say: GROE-grain. Watch the word chartreuse. Not, "shahr-TROOZ.” The second syl lable has the “u” sound as In “urn* —It’s approximately halfway be tween the “u” of “buzz” and the “oo” of “book.” Say: shahr-TRUZ. (Note: All the foregoing pronun ciations are similar to but not iden tical with the proper French pro nunciations.) oyt. ntwlr revised SPANISH CON J?5SATION« Pamphlet. Contains hun dreds of useful words and Dhrases, rules for pronouncing American Spanish, and &k°netlc version of El Rancho Qrande For a free copy, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Frank Colby, In care of The Star. ’ (Copyright, the Bell Syndicate. Inc., 1947.) Free Licenses Given Mrs. Cherry Lyons runs an unique organization In Dublin, Eire—a Li cense Fund for Poor People’s Dogs. Licenses—not the money for them— are Issued by the Fund, so that only bonaflde dog owners are helped. Mrs. Lyons says that many who apply would sooner go without food them selves than see their dog go hungry Money is supplied by dog lovers and thus far all demands have been met, but this year has seen a record number of applications. Word Game Find 31 or mors common English words In HEFATICA. meaning "the common liverwort.” Average mark Is 29 words. Tim* limit, 25 minutes. Rules of the same—1. Words must ba of four or more letters 2. Words which acquire four letters by the addition of •%'• such as •'bats,” ‘ cats.” are not used. S. Only one form of a word is used. 4. Proper names are not used. A list will be pub lished tomorrow. t „ Aaewer to BDELLIUM *u$S2 il£i