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Waterfront Property—Sole (Cont.).
CHESAPEAKE BAT year-wound home, 6 rooms and bath; 26 mile* out; oil heat, else, refer., complete plumbing; laree lot; immediate occupancy; sandy beach; $6,600, term*. MR. BOND, ME. 0610. BANCROFT THE BEAUTIFUL Is ready lor your inspection: bordering the clean salt waters of deligtful St. Leonards, with its fine sandy bottom; its tall, stately shade trees which now along the shore line, indented with picturesque coves and Inlets, offers everything for beauty and fun-loving discerning people, who enjoy year-round harbors for their pleasure craft, fishing, swimming and other water sports; a modern clubhouse and a wooded Island are also available; upwards of B miles of trail wind through the property for hiking and horseback riding. Visit Bancroft, where romance and history go hand in hand A today! Buy now I Laree, restricted waterfront sites, reasonably priced, with riparian rights and water view sites at predevelopment prices; excel lent Btate highway direct to the property. To reach Bancroft, drive through Upper Marlboro. Route 4. turn right on Solomons Island rd., Route 4X6. continue through town of Pr.Ree Frederick to Bancroft. Watch for sign. Representative on premises at all time*. Wash, address. BARBE BTONEBRAKER, 1836 K St. n.W., NA. 4483; ^ _—26 WATERFRONT PROP.—WANTED, ANTED To' RENT for season, 2 or 3 bedrm. furnished cottage with Frigidaire, within commuting distance. LU. 8038. FARMS FOR SALE. SMALL FARMS—2 acres and independ ence, $690 (no house). Near school, stores, churches, bus, etc. Near fast crowing town. Plenty of room for chick ens, garden, fruits, berries, etc. Price, $690 and up; $69 down, $12 month. Drive out Lee blvd. or Lee hwy., 36 minutes to Centerville. See our big sign on right, Fairfax Farms. Four-lane highway from Washington to Centerville—no turns. Open every day 1 to 6 p.m., all day Sundays. Bring $10 deposit. Trallways bus passes us on Lee hwy. _ 5 ARM, 4 miles from Warren ton, Va„ on amse Madison highway: well watered: small house. Apply to MRS. L. M. BU CHANAN, 1814-A Floyd ave., Richmond. 220 ACRES, above Winchester, Va„ in cluding 62 a. Umber, 9 a. peach * apple orchards. Pasture As bams for 35-40 head cattle. 66 a. crop land. 2 streams. 2 ponds, apace for plane runways. 7-rm. house Ac other buildings. MR. MALCOLM, NA 5963 or OR. 6916. RTROUT'8 GREEN FARM CATALOG—Over 2,600 bargains: 31 States, coast to coast: mailed free. STROUT REALTY, 711-A Woodward Bldg., Washington, D. C., Metro politAn 754H. OUTSTANDING FARM ESTATE within commuting distance—This well-kept prop erty combines a handsome, pleasantly sit uated residence with a self-sustaining farm. The house Is in the Colonial tradi tion and has a living room 24x17, a small er living room 16x16, a library 17x17, a dining room 12x16. a modern electric kitchen and a half bath on the first floor and a large master bedroom with bath and 2 other bedroom* with bath on the second floor. In the basement Is a servant’s room with shower, laundry tubs and an oil-fired heating plant. - Outbuildings Include a manager’s house of 6 rooms, bath and oil heat; a tenant house of 3 rooms and bath, 2 milking bams with 12 and 14 stan chions. with automatic drinking cups: a fully equipped dairy house. 160-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 178 acres of land, the rear of which is level enough for a private landing field. This fine property is offered at $75,000, which is approximately one-half the own er’s Investment In It, and Is for sale only because of his leaving Washington. Shown by MASON HIRST, Annandale. Va.. at the end of Columbia pike. Phone ALex. 6812. Closed Sundays. MONTGOMERY COUNTY—195-acre stock farm, 28 miles from D. C.: kind soil; 1461 acres clear: 8-room house, large bank bam, 2 tenant bouses, large stream, some nice timber; price. $18,600: cash. $8,500: balance 4%. Call Mr. Abbe. WI. 3500. with RTTANNON JO T.TTfTHR CO. 1505 H st. n.w.. NA 2345. „ POULTRY AND FRUIT FARM with 6-rm. modem home, on 30 acres; desirable neighborhood: nrlce. 116,760. FAIRFAX REALTY CO. Phone FA. 1678. FAIRFAX CO.—Twenty acres, six-room home. bath. outbuildings; reasonable. Phone Fairfax 338-W. • A BEAUTIFUL LAYOUT of 25 acres on U. S. Route 60s 3 miles west of Fairfax; modem. 4-room asbestoe shingle house, equipped kitchen, plenty of fruit trees, nice stream on back; a jery lovely place: price, $16,600, substantial down payment. EL MER G. BOYD, ALex. 6021. NEAR MEXICO, N. Y.—80 acres, on high way; good, large house, harwood floors, ^eetrlclty, water; gas station; paylnt busi ness In Ice and milk; account of 111 health will sacrifice for $8,200. For Information, call BH. 7344 any weekday. STOCK FARMS—100 acres, 7-room, stone house, modem, about 10 years old; 6-room tenant house; large steer bam, silo; wa tered by streams; on main hwy., bus. commuting distance to D. C ; $36,000, terms. 260 acres; 8-room, stona and frame house, bath and electricity: watered by streams; 25 miles from D. C.: 4 blks to bus; $26,000; terms. WEST As TAYLOR. %h=MM====r==!= FARMS FOR RENT. & MILES FROM DISTRICT, Prince Oeorges County—88-acre truck farm; excellent productive soil; 7-rm. house, not modern, elec, and telephone, good well, garage; wonderful opportunity for right family. RUra I. POWELL, 420 Bond Bldg., NA. 9646: eves- EM. 1880. —24 FARMS WANTED. feXALL FARM and acreage or cottage on or near water wanted for cash. Give de tails. Box 88-B. Star. 23* WANTED TO RENT with option to buy— Farm with good house, within 20 miles 9I D. C. Box 165-B. 8tar. 23* COUNTRY PROPERTY WANTED. llVERAL ACRES for colored without lm provements within 10 miles of Alexandria. Box 467-Z. Star. 25* REAL ESTATE LOANS. M AND Sad TRUST LOANS—Prompt f courteous service. Before borrowing COLONIAL INVESTMENT CO., 817 •t. n.w RE. 6660. NET ON SECOND TRUST—We Will second-trust notes. D. C„ nearby Md. or Va. Reasonable rates. NATIONAL MORTGAGE Ac INVESTMENT CORP.. 1313 N. Y. ave n.w. National 5833 LOANS TO D. C„ MD., VA. HOME owners without excessive title charges or appraisal fees; low rates. SECURITY FINANCE CORP., 838 Investment Bldg., DI. 8672. 1st, 2nd AND 3rd TRUST LOANS. Cash in 24 hrs. Also financial aid to builders. METRO REALTff CO.. EX. 6400. 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. CASH FOR 2nd TRUST NOTES; auick set tlement. FULTON R. GORDON. 1427 Eye st. n.w. DI. 5230. Brokers’ attention. lst-TRCST REAL ESTATE NOTES, yield ing 414, secured on centrally located in eome-PTOducing property RANDALL H. HAGNER Ac CO.. INC.. 1321 Conn. ave. A.W., DE. 3600. —23 1st-TRUST LOANS on real estate; low rates, term or monthly payment. P. J. WALSHE. INC., 1115 Eye st. n.w. NA. ========================= PROPOSALS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the Procurement Section, National Bureau of Btandards. Washington. D. C., until 2 p.m.. May 2. 1947, and then publicly opened for erection of Navy Warehouse No. 102, in accordance with specifications and drawings which may be obtained from the Procurement Section, National Bureau of Standards.—22 SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the Procurement Section, National Bureau of Standards. Washington. D. C„ until 2 pm. May 2. 1047, and then publicly opened for erection of Navy Type Quonset Hut No. 101. as described in specifications and drawings which may be obtained from the Procurement Section. National Bureau of Standards, —22 j SEALED PROPOSALS will be recelved~at the Procurement Section, National Bureau of Standards. Washington. D.'fc., until 2 p.m.. May 2. 1947. and then publicly opened for furnishing material and labor ?or erection of Navy Type QoonSet Hut No. 00. as described in the specifications and drawings which may be obtained from the Procurement Section, National Bureau of Standards. —22 Washington suburban sanitary com mlssion. Contract No. 233-8. sewer con gtruction.—Sealed proposals for construct ing the Hock Creek trunk sewer from Rockville pike to Garrett Park, involving approximately 10.S30 feet of 30-inch re inforced concrete pipe. 1.170 feet of 24 lnch reinforced concrete and cast iron pipe and 1.230 feet of 10 inch and 12 Inch reinforced concrete and cast iron pipe sewers, will be received at the office of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission. Hamilton at.. Hyattsvllle. Mo., itntu 1) i.!d a m.. Eastern stand ard time. Priday. May 2, 1947. at which place and tune they will be publicly opened and read. Plans and specifications may be obtained from Harry R. Hall, chief en gineer of the commission. Hyattsvllle. I Mo., upon teoosi. o: S.V whica deposit j will be returned to bidders or to those returning the plans and specifications in good condition. PRANK B. SMITH, ! LACY SHAW. DWIGHT B. GALT, com missioners. UNITED STATES Maritime Commls-: alos hereby invites sealed bids tor the Durchase of the 8 S Unicoi, a cargo! teasel of 9.120 deadweight tons, built In 1920. presently located In the Sulaun Bay. Calif.. Reserve Fleet Sulsun Bay. j California, upon the following condition: I “Condition 1—That the vessel, including the null, or hulk, engines, machinery and equipment, shall be completely scrapped, dismembered, dismantled or destroyed within eighteen months after date of delivery." and upon the following alter native condition (but only If a bid le submitted under Condition 1 above): "Con dition 2—That the hull or hulk only of y?' Tei»' shall be completely scrapped, dismembered, dismantled or destroyed within eighteen months after date of ■ Bidding till be limited to United States clttiens. The buyer will be required to turnlsh bond in a sum equal to $5 per deadweight ton of the th»seimtrar?u*rv5tte. Dfrformance under the contract. The terms and conditions upon which the vessel will be sold and other pertinent Information Irt fully set iorth in Invitation for Bids No PD X-342. dated April 16. °1M7. cSSes of which may be obtained by prosoective bidders upon application to thr-Dtrector of Large1 vessel Sales. United States Maritime Commission. Commerce Build ing. Washington 26, D. C. PermUatan to Inspect the vessel may be obtained by Kig to Superintendent T. J Healey. Bay. Calif. Reserve Fleet. U S me Commission. Poet Office Box 831. Martinet. California, Bids will be received until 2:16 p.m. Rastern standard time. May 14. 1947. The commission ga&pM&Sftg i OFFICIAL NOTICES. OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR of Internal Revenue, Baltimore, Maryland.—The fol lowing described real property, seised from Frank B. Moore, 401 Fourth street aw.. Washington. D. C.. under warrant for distraint for the nonpayment of assessed taxes due. wil be sold, as provided by Section 3700 and 3701. Internal Revenue Code, subject to prior liens, at nubile auction on Wednesday. April 23. 1047. at 11:00 an. at address of premises, 1128 Fifth street. N.W., Washington, DC.: Lot numbered seventy eight (78) In T. Frank lin’s subdivision of Square numbered four hundred elgthy-two (482) as per plat recorded In the offlee of the surveyor for the District of Columbia in Uber 17 at Folio 122 together with improvements thereon to wit: Ten room, row brick, three story residence, known as 1128 Fifth Seet. N.W., Washington. D.C. Terms of e: Three hundred dollars ($300) cash at time of sale, balance in thlry (30) days. Additional information regarding above sale may be procured from JACKSON W. MA8LIN. Assistant Chief Field Deputy. Room 1002, Internal Revenue Building, Washington, D. C. —22 1 ' " — . IBAAI UATIAEC FRANK R. SMITH, 1127 Eye Street N.W.. Washington, D. C., and GEORGE W. REIBER. 1150 National Press Building. Washington, D. C„ Attorneys tor Plain tin. Filed April 11, 1947. Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States .for the District of Co lumbia — Caroline Gray LeNord. 1318 Harvard Street N.W., Washington. D. C., Plaintiff, vs. Jacques LeNord. Havana, Florida. Defendant.—CIVIL ACTION NO. 38028 —OftDER PUBLICATION—ABSENT DEPENDANT.—The object of thla suit is an absolute divorce on the ground of desertion for a period of two years. On motion of the plaintiff, it is thla 11th day of April, 1947. ordered that the defendant, Jacques LeNord. cause his appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day, exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days, occurring after the day of the first publication of this order; otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as tn ease of default. Provided, that a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive weeks in The Washington Law Reporter and in The Evening Star news Saper before the said date above men oned. (8) H. A. 8CHWEINHAUT. Justice (Seal.l A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By CLARA F. CON NELL Deputy Clerk,apI5.22.29, HINTON Ic HERON, Attorneys. By WIL LIAM L. OWEN, MUnsey Bldg. Piled April 11, 1947, Charles E. Stewart, Clerk. _ IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States for the District of Co lumbia.—In re application of ARLINE P. BUTTERWORTH. 115 Madiaon.Street N.W., Washington, D. C., and ALVIN LEE BUTTERWORTH. a minor, by his mother and next friend. Arline P. Butterworth, 116 Madison Street N.W.. Washnigton, D. C.—Civil Action No 1639-47.—ORDER. —Arline P. Butterworth, and Alvin Lee Butterworth. gn infant, by his mother and next friend Arline P. Butterworth, having filed a complaint for a judgment changing their names to "Arline Bray Preil" and "Alvin Lee Preil” respectively, and having applied to the Court for an order of publication of the notice required by law to such eases, it Is. by the Court, this 11th day of April. 1947, ORDERED, that all persons concerned show cause, if any there be. on or before the 10th day of May, 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. 8CHWEINHAUT. Justice. (8eal.) A True Cods'. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By CLARA F. CONNELL Denuty Clerk. apl5.22.29. ALTON 8. BRADFORD, Attorney, 934 National Pres* Building. Piled April 6, 1947. Charles E. Stewart, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District ofColum : bla. — In Re: Application of Thomas Composto and Gladys Composto, For Change of Name. — Civil Action No. 1460-47.—Thomas Composto and Gladys Composto, having filed a complaint for a judgment changing their names to Thomas Camp and Gladys Camp and having applied to the Court for an order of fmblicatlon of the notice required by law n such cases, it Is, by the Court, this 5th day of April. 1947, Ordered that all persons concerned show cause. If any there be. on or before the 3rd day of May. 1947, 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. (S) DAVID A. PINE, Justice. (Seal.)_A True Copy. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART, Clerk. By CLARA F. CONNELL, Deputy Clerk,ap8.15,22. LAURA M. BERRIEN, Attorney. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Hold ing Probate Court.—No. 07434, 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 ^.efas, 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 subscribers, on or before the 27th day of March, A.D. 1948; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under our hands this 27th day of March. 1947. LAURA M. BERRIEN, 431 Investment Bldg.. ACHIL LES CATSQNIS, 1118 Woodward Bldg. (Seal.) Attest: ELLA A. BROWN. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Co lumbia. Clerk of the probate Court. ap8.15.22 . 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 State 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 State 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 20th 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, 410 5th Street N.W., CHARLES PATTON HENRY. 800 20th Street N.W. (Seal.) Attest: JELLA A. BROWN, Deputy Register of Wil® for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court,__ap8.16,22 At nroT b nb il'i t * Transportation Building. _ DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 68.991, 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. 1948; 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. Penna. (Seal.) Attest: MEL VIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. _apl5.22.29. THOMAS R. MANNING, Attorney. 439 Quincy Street, N.W. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 67843, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the State of Kansas, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Chester 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 WHARTON E. LESTER, Attorney, Southern Bldg. _ mOTOT/*T' fATTDT AW TUW TTWVTTPn 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 are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 27th day of March. A.D. 1948: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given tinder my hand this 27th day of March: 1947. FRANK R. JELLEFF. 2439 Wyoming Ave. N.W. (Seal.) Attest: ELLA A. BROWN, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Co lumbia, Cleric of the Probate Court. _ap8.1S.22. JOSEPH A. RONEY. Attorney, 500 Woodward Building. _ DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 68961. 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 ofHoward 8. Roberts, also known as Howard 8. Roberts, n 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 the 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 day of April. 1947. DAM* A. ROBERTS, .*1515 36th St N.W. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUE® Denuty Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Ccurt. anl5.22.29 r. B&OOKS. Attorney. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED State, for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 08899, 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 A?* deceased *re hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers there of, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, iSaSF ■the«?m daT «* AprU- * D 1948; otherwise they may by law be ex chided from all benefit of said estate onder its hand this 10th day of April. 1947. Tug RIGGS NATIONAL gd’mrsgf [ LKSAL NOTICES. district rcx^^^;ATOT“o»inp States ter the District of Colombia, Holding Probate court.—No. 68MO, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Colombia, hat obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letter* of Administration C. T. A. on the estate of Cornelia P. Knaebel, late of Die 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 let day of April. A D. 1948: otherwise they may by law be excluded from ell benefit of said estate. Given under Its hand this NATIONAL 'bANk'oF'WASHINGTON By SIDNEY P. TALIAFERRO, Vice President end Trust Officer. (Seal.) Attest: MEL n MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills e District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court.aplS.22,29. BYRON Jf. HARM,I, Attorney, Washington Loan A Trait Bid*._ DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 68969, 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 Letters of Admlnistrc tion on the estete 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 under my hand this 2nd day of April, 1947. SOPHIE G. KNOX. 6614 Randolph St.. Hyattsvllle. Md. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MAR QUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. apl5,22.29. ' BKESNAHAN, EBEBLT * WILEWSON, DISTRICT "'cOTOT *0?" THE*'UNITED States tor the District of Colombia, Holding Probate Coort.—No. 68602. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber-, of the State of Virginia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Clara Louise Pratt Jones, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All nersons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated to the subscriber, on or be fore the 2nd day of Aorll. A.D. 1948: other wise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 2nd day of Aorll. 1947. JOSEPHINE W. PARRISH. 1425 Avondale ave., Richmond, Va. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District»of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. apl5.22.29. Piled Mar. 29, 1947. Charles E. Stewart, Clerk.. _ DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia.— ALEXANDER E. CHA8TANO. Plaintiff, vs. C. CLINTON JAMES, Surviving Trustee, LUCY WOOD FERGUSON, if living, or Her Snknown Heirs. Alienees and Devisees if ■e be dead. Defendants.—Civil Action No. 860-47. — ORDER OP 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 10 In Corey and Croissant, Trustees’ sudvislon, "American University Heights.'' in the District of Columbia, assessed as Lot 8 Square 1616. 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 the day of the first publication hereof, otherwise this action will be proceeded with as in ease of de fault. and also that the defendants, the unknown heirs, alienees and devisees of Lucy Wood Ferguson, if she be dead, cause 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 fualt: provided a cony 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. (Seal.) A true cony. Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk. By IRENE B. BURROUGHS. Deputy Clerk. apl,8,16.22 __ l. baoui, Aiwner, aim Duuiunf. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States lor the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 68.167. Ad ministration.—-nils 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 of Administration, C.T.A., on the estate of William Lott, late of/the District of Columbia, deceased. AH persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 14th day of April, A.D. 1948; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 14th day of April. 1947. WILLIAM H. LOTT. 1507 S St. S.E. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court.ap22.2D.my6 LEO A. ROVER, Attorney, _ 206 Southern Buildlnr. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED _ States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 68,982. Ad ministration.—This Is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testa mentary on the estate of Bemardin F. Rover, late or the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers there of, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 14th day of April. A.D. 1948: otherwise they may by law be ex cluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 14th day of April. 1947. ANNA KRIEG ROVER. 1425 R. I. Ave. N W. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. ap22,29,my6 AUCTION SALES. TOMORROW. C. G. SLOAN A CO., auctioneers—Furni ture of every description, upright piano, large coUectlon of books, pictures, lamps, clocks, china, glassware, trunks, radios, pair marble pedestals, etc., at public auction at Sloan’s, 715 13th st„ Wednes day, April 23rd, at 10 a.m.. by order of Joseph G. Weeda, committee and others. Also at 12 noon. 2 men’s wrist watches, pocket watch and chain cigar cutter, pocket knife, man's set ring, lot cuff links and collar buttons, etc. Man’s fur coat, suitcase, Gladstone bag, cocktail set. etc., from the estate of G. Bryan Pitts, Rich ard L. Merrick, admr. Now on view. Terms, cash. C. G. SLOAN A CO., INC., auctioneers, established 1891. —22 I. T. BROOKE HOWARD, trustee In bank ruptcy, under order of court, will offer the following described property of the estate of E. Alexander Shell and Beatrice Sheff, trading as She’s Jewelers and Appliances, bankrupt for sale: 2 men's diamond rings, 1 lady's diamond wedding band, 1 lady's diamond ring. Terms of sale: All bids to be sealed and submitted to the under signed accompanied by certified check on or before 10 a m. Wed.. April 23. 1947. Sale to highest bidder, subject to ratifica tion of court. Inspection by appointment. T. BROOKE HOWARD, trustee, 102 No. Fairfax st. Phone ALex. 1188. —22 FUTURE._ ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON, auctioneer! — -trustees sate ui rtfao ruru super oe luxe taxicab. By virtue of a chattel deed of trust filed December 12, 1946. among the records of the recorder of deeds of the District of Columbia as lien No. 26.195 and at the request of the party secured thereby the undersigned trustees will sell by public auction at Weschler's, 905 E street N.W., on Friday, April 25, 1947. at 10 o’clock a.m., 1946 Ford Super de luxe Fordor taxicab, motor 99A1228216. model 89A. Terms: Cash. Jack H. Wild. Roger S. Quinn, trustees, Washington Loan & Trust Company,apl 2.22.24. ADAM A. WESCHLE* 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, 1945. 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 28th 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 Qeorge E. Emmon's subdivision of lots in square 546, 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 1500 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 tale, otherwise trustees reserve the right to resell property at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after 6 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. NOTICE OF SALE to enforce lien for charges—To whom it may concern: Notice Is hereby given that on Saturday, the 10th day of May, 1947, at the hour of 10 o’clock, a.m. and each Wednesday and Saturday thereafter until all is disposed of, at the auction rooms of C. G. Sloan & Co., gituated at No. 715 13th st. n.w., in the City of Washington. Dis trict of Columbia, the undersigned will sell at public auction the following described personal property consisting of barrels and contents, cartons and contents, trunks and contents, bookcases, chairs, beds. rugs, pic tures. paintings, mattresses, tables and miscellaneous personal and household ef fecta stored in the name of and for the account of Mr. Linde Catlln, Mr. or Mrs. W. W. Chance. Mrs. H. dePue. Mr. Oscar T. Granger. Mrs. Irene Hammonds or Mrs. Nile Withers. Madame Hubbard Mustin. Mr. LeRoy Roberson and Mr. Slater Smith. Jr. Said auction and sale will be made under and by virtue of Section 33 of an Act of Congress approved April 15, 1910 (36 Wat., Fart L p'. 301). known aa the Warehouse Receipts Act. and for the pur pose of satisfying the lien of the under signed on said personal property for stor age charges and other lawful charges in connection with caring for and safekeep ing the said personal property, together with costs of said sale. Dated at Wash ington. D. C.. this 2‘2nd day of April, 1947. FEDERAL STORAGE COMPANY, K. Randolph Barbee, sec ret ary. GARAGES FOR SALE. 6 LGE. HICK GaAagES with fireproof tile-wall divisions that can be removed to make one 21x40 caraxe on a 20-ft. concrete alley; excel, eond.. but low upkeep; ideal lor storage: soned resi dential; absolutely dry; near 17th and A n.e.; price. *3.000. terms HERBERT &BONS. Realtors. 515 East Capitol st.. -===^=========^== GARAGES FOR RENT. sagsvaass sfnits tv. HA. 0687. —S3 garages wanted VETERAN desirous renting single garage, vicinity 12th and N ata. n.w.j immediately for car. CaU AT. 4903. 22» » AUTO PAINTING. AUTO FAINTING—Complete job, MO; ae lect your color; work guaranteed. ADDI SON CHEVROLET, 1622 14th at. n.w_ HO. 7600. _ AUTO FAINTING, body and fender work; good work. Immed. service; price* very reasonable. 3610 Georgia ave. n.w.. GE. 9842. —24 AUTO FAINTING and body work. Call evenings and week ends. 901 North Quincy st„ Arlington. Va. CH. 5174.—26 AUTO FAINTING—Complete job. 835 up; work guaranteed. GILBERT. 4102 Pa. ave. extended s.e„ LI. 3539. AUTO FAINTING. MO. Body and fender work. Satisfaction guaranteed. WILLARD SERVICES. INC., re*1810 14th n.w.. AD. 5833. —23 h+otorcyolb. B.S.A. 1946, practically new, 1,000 actual miles. Call 8L 7286. _ „ —23 NORTON. 46. A-l shape. 6,000 miles, 8600. Call WA. 8388. —26 HARLE Y-DAV1DSON “74" OB.V, 1945 model, with complete de luxe equipment; also 1946 B.S.A. and other good used motorcycles; Immediate delivery on 1947 O.H.V. Matchless and A.J.S.; also Francis Barnett lightweight motorcycles. ALLIED MOTORCYCLES, 2014 M St. n.w.. -RE. 5073. —25 MOTOR 8KOOTER, Cushman; 3-wheel package delivery; good condition. WI. I HAIMIW._ TRAILEBCOACH HEADQUARTERS for ri 6 years. Your housing problem can settled Quickly from our several new lines totaling 14 models. Among these floor plans your needs and desires, can be filled immediately. Price, *1,895 to $3,496. Finance for 24 months If desired. Higgins Campers, utility trailers and accessories. RICHTER TRAILER SALES. U. 8. ROUU 1, Berwyn, Md. Phone TO. 5035. 1947 AMERICAN, Howard, Schult. Zim mer and Travelo trailer coaches. Granite luggage trailers and camping trailers, ta med. delivery Osk Grove Court Trailer, operated by AMERICAN TRAILER CO., INC.. 4 ml. south of Alexandria, on Route 1. Phone QV. 2801. MOVING AND HAULING made easy and thrifty when you rent one of our luggage utility trailers and boat trailers hy 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 per month: 60% applied to sale price. $2.?50 SH. 7992. NATIONAL TRAILERS. 1947. now on dis play. C. FRED PAINTER, 000!) Baltimore ave., Riverdale. Md. Phone WA. 4003. CURTIS WRIGHT—The sensational new all-aluminum luxury clipper, 20 ft., weighs less than 1,500 pounds. Other nationally famous new trailer coaches from $1,295 and up. Also Kit Sports master Hamper. "See ABC” TRAILER SALES, INC., U. 8. No. 1, Berwyn, Md. Tower 4949. • GLIDER HOUSE TBAILER8, 1947 models: Immediate delivery; 8 different sizes, some with elec, refgr., bottled gss; also preway cooking stoves, elec, refgr., gas cylinders. Nelson dollies, other extra equipment. Only Slider makes America’s luxury home on wheels. COLIE TRAILER CO., exclusive Glider dealer, 8232 Ga. ave. SL. 2242. Open Sunday and evenings till 9. FOR RENT—Stake and box-type all purpose 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. HARGO HOUSE TRAILER, 21 ft., sleeps 4. good condition; located 4 blocks east of Forestvllle on/ Marlboro pike, care of E. M. Suit; best offer. Phone weekdays. HI. 1200. Ext. 186, SERGT. BRANDSTEDTER. _22 i WANTED, auto camp trailer. Write O. M. CROSSLAND, 1228 Eye st. n.w., Wash ington, D. C. —24 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* FOR SALE OR RENT, 28-ft. Howard; built on porch, cement floor; best location. ALex. 4202. —26 OPEN 0 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY and Sun day; visit our display of home-trailer coaches; you will enjoy seeing the new 1947 models. Schult Luxury Liner, Bchult Comoder, American, Travelo, Howard & Zimmer. We can give immediate de livery on tandem and elngle-axle trail ers, covered in either aluminum or masonite. Come today by streetcar, bus or auto to AMERICAN TRAILER CO., INC., 4030 Wis. ave. n.w. Phone WO. 3231. TRAILER, luggage type, closed In, $176. P*R 4498 _22 ONE-WHEEL LUGGAGE TRAILER, spring, tarpaulin, $60; excellent condition. 6317 Edmonston ave., Riverdale, Md. WA. 8092. —24 1BA1LLB. ,0-11., Dome BBS, S1CCPB 4; excellent condition; must sell, leaving town; $1,100 or best offer. Old Lot 36, Washington Tourist Camp, Hains Point. 23* 1946 NEW MOON, like-new; must sell be fore Friday; best offer under $2,600. Washington Tourist Camp. Old Lot 15. 24* 27-FT. ROYCRAFT housa trailer, in ex cellent condition; $2,000. Ancient Oakes Trailer Park, Falls Church, C. SMITH. » AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS. GUARANTEED rebuilt transmissions, shock absorbers, rear ends, new hub caps, grilles, seal-beam lights, water and fuel pumps, lacks, cyl heads, floor mats, safe ty glar<s installed. J. L. BRENNER & CO.. 1040 Montana ave. n.e.. PR 1940. AUTO LUGGAGE TRAILER—Immediate delivery; new shipment lust arrived; the neatest one you've ever seen; suitable for merchants, farmers, fishermen and tour ing. Low priced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO., 1437 Irving st. n.w.. AD. 8500, Washing ton’s Largest Pontiac Dealer. EXCHANGE REPLACEMENT FARTS, shock absorbers, fuel pumps, carburetors, wind shield motors, generators, starters, water pumps, lined brake shoes and lining, etc. MANHATTAN AUTO & RADIO CO.. 1706 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. 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. 8600. AUTO TRUCKS FOR SALE. WILLYS JEEP 1947 Vi-ton, 4-wheel drive; imed. del. HUNTER MOTORS. OV. 1439. TRAILER VAN. 1942; 30 ft. long, insu lated. four 11.00x20 new tires: never used on road; only $1,096. RICE MOTORS, 1731 Bladensburg rd. n.e. —23 BUSES, dumps, tractor, stakes. 6x6s, panels and pickups; in good condition; easy terms. RICE MOTORS, 1731 Bladens burg rd. n.e. —24 DODGE 1941 14-ton panel delivery; good condition; priced for immediate sale. Call Michigan 1353. 23* DODGE 1942 2-ton stake, cheap; or ex change for small pickup. AT. 0589. 22* DODGE 1937 14-ton panel; excel, cond., very low mileage; cash or trade for pas senger car. CO. 2394. 22* JEEP, let the Mighty Civilian Jeep solve your transportation and delivery troubles. A few available for immediate delivery at this time. On display at MITCHELL’S MOTORS, INC., 60 H st. n.e. RE. 0393. VZminB TVnlare Ofi* CHEVROLET 1941 Vi-ton panel; excellent motor, good tires, fenders need repair, orlg. paint, less than 50.000 miles: $750. TR. 7145. FORD 1941 114-ton stake body. WM. F. NELSON. DU. 2090. 923 V st. n.w. —24 FORD 1931 truck; best cash offer. Phone LI. 0462. —23 TWO 1941 WHITEHORSE Insulated trucks. 4-lnch Insulation, 1 ton. can be used for frozen foods knd ice cream: reasonable. Call MR. OEHMANN, UN. 1000. —28 DODGE 1941 14-ton panel; excel, mech. condition, good tires; $800. CANTEEN CO., 1218 Mt. Olivet rd. n.e. —24 CHEVROLET 1940 Vi-ton panel truck; $450. Call at 405 Morse st. n.e. Do not call alter 6 p.m. LI. 2860. —24 DODGE 1942 114-ton dump truck: com pletely overhauled; $1,000 cash. GL. 5949. 24 • FEDERAL 214-ton; good condition, work ing every day; $1,050. Call AX. 4317. —27 DODGE 1942 114-ton stake: very good condition; $958. Can be seen at 2201 Channlng st. n.e. Phone RA. 1081. —23 FOR IMMEDIATE SALE—2 refrigerated trucks: take over payments. OL. 7824, 9-5. —24 FORD TRUCK—1940 »4-ton panel: In ex cellent condition; just overhauled. Call NO. 1717 after 6 p.m. —24 TRUCK BODIES, used—Ten 9'. 12', 14' van bodies, $100 to $200. Also 8 used trucks at attractive prices. Inspection at 840 Hollins st., Balto., Md„ or call DU. 9634.—24 REO 1947 114-ton; aluminum van b„ $3,495 Chevrolet 1943 114-ton van body.. 1.296 Army command car. new . 495 GENE CASTLEBERRY, 1640 Benning rd. n.e.. FR. 5231.—23 TRUCKS FOR SALE— ~ 1945 Ford 1‘4-ton, 134" wheelbase. 1942 Ford c.o.e., 1.000-gal. fuel oil tank. 1941 Ford c.o.e.. 134" cab and chassis. 1940 Ford 1>4. 168" wheelbase. 1938 Reo 1‘4-ton dump body. 1938 (3) Dodge lV4-ton dump bodies. 1931 (2) White model 631, 12-yd. dump bodies. THE BROOKLAND CO., 9th and Michi can ave. me.—28 CHEVROLET 1940 Vi-ton pickup: new tires, looks and runs excellent .. $650 GMC 1939 ’4-ton panel; In very gawd condition throughout 650 International Vl-ton panel: a bargain 475 Ford 1937 1‘,4-ton stake; mechanically very good condition _ _ 476 Cash, terms or trade. HERSON'B AUTO * APPLIANCE CO.. 714 O st. n.w. DE. 4700.—24 akjhx auaruus I8LL&S By Central Motor Co., GMC truck dealer: (60) Conventional trucks. 1942 Chevrolet?, 144-ton stakes. 1942 Fords, 144-ton stakes. 1942 Chevrolets. l*4-ton dumps. Panel*—Fords, Dodges. Buses—29 and 15 passenger. (30) Army trucks, 6x6s. 6x4s. 4x4s, 44 to 6 ton stakes, dumps, tractors, pickups, cargoes, semitrailers. Bodies—Stakes, vans. Parts and service on Army and conven tional trucks at Doth 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. (tr. 8. 211 or 29), drive 144 miles. Dally. 8 to 6: Sunday, 10 to 3. AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. VETERAN DESIRES HOUSEHOLD moving, general hauling; vans, stakes, panels; white help: reas rates. TR 8360. Ext. 72. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY, 1947 44 and 44 ton panel trucks for hire by week, month skupMR. 70^C BTRYlCi CHEVRCILET 1947 vans. stakes, panels and oickups for hire, by day. we* or month. PUBLIC SERVICE DRIVE-UR-SELF. MX. iAj/'TRUCKa. large or small Jobs: experi n.w.. RE. 7366. "" ' —23 BUICK 1938 (port coupe; this ear Is in good shape’ throughout; 3346. Call CO. 9128. • 22* BUICK 1641 4-dr. sedan; excellent value at $1,196. Guaranteed. JACK PRY BUTCK^ilHO01Bpecia^oenvt.^CIuh coupe; excellent value; $1,096. Guaranteed. JACK PBY MOTORS. 10th end Pa^ave. BUICK 1939 4-dr. epee, sedan; by orig. owner; ear in excel, eond.; new motor, 6.000 miles; almost new clutch, brakes, slip covers. Urea and heater; lust passed D. C. Inspection; this is the finest eaf your money can buy; reasonably priced at $975. To inspect or drive car eall LI. 3380; eves, and Sun., LU. 4109. BUICK 1940 Super de luxe sedan; black, real low mileage, new tires, paint and up holstery like new; $1,196; terms. HO. 9665. BUICK 1948 convertible coupe; lully equipped, very low mileage; $3,200; trade or sell; terms. BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO., 1717 R. I. ave. n.e., DU. 2877. —24 BUICK 1947 Super convertible coupe; new, no mileage; black, chrome trim; radio, heater, etc., red leather upholstery, kahkl top; $4,000 or best oiler under. Box 150-A, Star. —27 BUICK 1941 4-door: underseat heater; . aerroster: excellent conaition tnrougnout; tires good; newly overhauled motor; must sell quickly; $1,240 caw. Call SL. 6613. BUICK 1938; radio and heater; 6-wheel Job; immaculate condition; $676. LU. 6809. Can b« aean at 425 17th st. s.e. —24 CADILLAC 1941 "61” hydramatic 4-dr. sedan; original Mint, all new tires, up holstery hke new; seat covers; beautiful cond.; $1,900. RX. 8028. —23 CADILLAC 1941 "60” Special Fleetwood sedan; executtve’aear; Just like brand-new; $2,496; fully guaranteed. JACK FRY MOTORS. 16th and Pa. ave. a.e. —26 CADILLAC 1941 iporta 4-dr. sedan; excel, condition; 66.000 mllee; $2,000. NA. 9708 weekdays. —23 CHEVROLET 1940 4-dr. sedan; In excellent cond.; $995, plus $35 storage bill. SH. 1621. , 23* CHEVROLET 1940 4-door; excellent value at $695. Guaranteed. JACK PRY MOTORS. 16th and Pa. ave. s.e. —25 CHEVROLET 1937; at 22 Florida ave. n.w.; perfect condition; reasonable. —27 CHEVROLET 1941 club coupe; excellent condition; radio, heater; recent paint; seat covers; tires; private owner selling because getting new car; $1,160 cash. Telephone ML 7027 Tuesday after 5:16 CHEVROLET 1936 2-door sedan i In good running condition; $300. SH. 9640. CHEVROLET 1946 Pleetmaater 4-dr. se dan; 4,000 miles, car clean as brand-new: $1,795. COUE MOTOR CO., 8232 Ga. ave.. Silver Spring. SL. 2242. —28 CHEVROLET 1942 2-dr. sedan; radio and heater, eeat covers, car In perfect Tun ning condition: will sell to first buyer for $1,096. COLIE MOTOR CO., 8232 Ga. ave., 8ilver Spring. SL. 2242. —28 CHEVROLET 1940 (late) de luxe 4-dr. led.; slip covers, radio, heater; exfel. cond.; sale by owner. SL. 3660, morning before 9:30, evening « to 7. 24* CHEVROLET Fleet. 1947 4-dr. sedan; new April 18; radio, covers, etc.; $2,096; cash, $1,507, and 12 pmts. at $49 mo. Includes all charges; will accept 1939 to 1941 car in trade. Ludlow 4266. • CHEVROLET 1933 4 dr.; good meeh. cond.: $196. Call TA. 1707. • CHEVROLET 1986 std. 3-dr. sed.: good condition; $300. See mechanic before 1:30 p.m., 2001 Falrview ave. n.e. 23* CHEVROLET 1935; $150. See at 628 14th st. n.e. between 8 and 6. • CHEVROLET 1935 coach: good tires; good condition: $250. SH. 1897. —24 CHEVROLET 1936 4-door trunk sedan; good condition, good tires and body. Price, $350. 230 Uth st. s.e. • CHEVROLET 1941 de luxe 6-pass, club coupe; radio and heater; In excel, con dition: $995. Can WI. 9882. —24 CHEVROLET 1932 coupe; 4 new tires; pretty fair condition: will pass 1947 In spection: Price, $150, or best offer under. WA 0800 CHEVROLET 1936 Standard 2-door sedan; original owner; mechanically excellent; body good; 5 tires fair; $300 or best ofler under. Call FR. 9000, Ext. 4348, 8 to 6. 24* CHRYSLER 1947 Windsor 4-dr. sedan; carefully broken in by owner; 1,600 miles; all accessories and seat covers; $2,800. F&E 0071 21 CHRYSLER 1941 Windsor 4-door blue se dan, $1,260; new radio, heater, slip covers, battery. Phone Emerson 0646. CHRYSLER '37 Royal sedan: r. and h.; recent motor Job; 2 new tires, aeat covers; $496. ALex. 4202. —26 CHRYSLER 1941 New Yorker Highland conv. cpe.. 1946 motor; beautiful new up holstery; $130 radio and heater; spotlight, fluid drive and automatic shift; tires like new; $1,900. DU. 2034. 22* DE SOTO 1937 coupe; motor overhauled, new paint Job. radio and heater; $496. 1116 Flower ave., Takoma Park. Md. SH. 9803. DE SOTO 1935; good tires and motor; radio, heater: *250. OX. 2177. 23* DODGE 1947 4-dr. custom sedan: radio and heater, all other extras; brand-new; *2,495. COLIE MOTOR CO,. 8232 Oa. ave.. Silver Spring. SL. 2242. —28 DODGE 1948 2-door de luxe sedan: heater and seat covers, car like brand-new, 3.100 miles. Price. *2,195. COLIE MOTOR CO., 8232 Oa. ave.. Silver Soring. SL 2242. _28 DODGE 1939 4-dr. sedan; heater, good tires, good cond.; *800 or best offer under. OR. 2032. ' —23 DODGE 1937 business count: good tires, average running eond.l *200, . Call SL. 6805 bet. 6 and 8 p.m.. ».-• —24 DODGE 1939 4-door sedan: new paint, seat covers; 1946 motor; good condition; *760. OV. 4123. DODGE 1942 custom 4-door sedan; de luxe heater, seat covers, perfect tires, beautiful powder-blue finish, excel, mo tor, an outstanding ecar; *1,295 cash, or *435 down, bal. 12 to 15 mos. STONE, 1617 14th st. n.w. AD. 7363. DODGE 1940 de luxe coupe; radio, heater, in good mechanical cond. and a very clean car; 5 good tires and a very large trunk space; will guarantee to pass D. C. inspec tion; *950. ME. 9182. 801 H st. n.w. 23* DODGE 1942 half-ton truck; has 1946 Dodge motor with less than 500 miles on it; perfect mechanical condition: *760 or best offer under. SH. 3437. —22 FIAT 1947: Immediate delivery: $1,195; fully equipped. Also other European cars. Immediate delivery. 1133 18th st. n.w„ RE. 7356. —24 FORD 1941 convertible 6-pass, club cpe.; heater, radio, good paint and top; excel, cond., low mileage; *1,195; terms. HO. 9585. • FORD 1937 convertible sedan; new top and paint. In excellent condition; *645 or best offer below. 3121 28th st. s.e. FORD brand-new 1947 Super de luxe Ferdor trunk sedan; special de luxe black finish, de luxe, steering wheel, heater and defroster; clock; 2-tone upholstery, leath er and mohair; all special de luxe equip ment: *1,895. NO. 7371. FORD 1947 Tudor: r. and h., seat covers; delivered Saturday: *1,960. DU. 4294. FORD '40 Tudor sedan; radio and heater; good condition; excellent buy; *800. Ver mont ave. bet. R and S sts. n.w. —22 FORD 1946 convertible; low mileage; gaso line heater, dark led leather upholstery; *2,100 or best offer under, or will consider late-model car and cash. FR. 7927. FORD 1947 Super de luxe club coupe, V-8: 400 miles; seat covers; *1,950. EM. 6732 after 6 P.m. —23 FORD 1942 Super de luxe station wagon; appearance and condition good. Will ac cept trade and finance. *1,295. CH. 1244. —22 FORD '42 Fordor sedan. In excellent con dition with clean interior; *1,095. BILL HEIMER & PALMER MOTOR CO., Queens Chapel rd. and Hamilton st., Hyattsville, Md. Call WA. 0900. _22 FRAZER 1947 sedan; *2,315: Immediate delivery. JACK PRY MOTORS, 16th and Pft. &V6. 8.6. og I HUDSON 1947 Commander “8” 4-door sedan; de luxe equipped; 410 miles; beau tiful 2-tone color; best offer below *2,700. VJTJLJ. UO»a. HUDSON 1040 Country Club "8" 4-door sedan; heater, del.,- airfoam cushions, other extras; immaculate Interior; orig. black finish: 44.000 miles by one„owner; $1,000. GE. M71. —23 HUDSON 1947 6-cyl. sedan; only 4.000 miles: like new; *1.885. JACK PRY MOTORS, lflth and- Pa. ave. s.e. —22 HUDSON 1040 2-door 6-cylinder sedan: 5 good tires, seat covers; $650. Call NA. 6167. ask for MR.. SMITH, 8:30 to 6:30, or WI. 2644 from 7:30 to 9 jym. HUDSON 1940 6 4-door sedan; radio; $625. CH. 7870. 6216 11th rd„ North Arlington, Va. 24* JEEP; let the mighty civilian jeep solve your transportation troubles. A few avail able for Immediate delivery. Easy terms. Your old car may be the down payment. On display at MITCHELL'S MOTORS, INC., 50 H st^i.e., Willys dealer. 26* JEEP. In first-class condition, complete with top, curtains and doors. Priced to sell, $696. MITCHELL'S MOTORS. INC., 60 H St. n.e. 22* JEEP, new Willys; can make Immediate delivery on a limited number. SI HAW KINS, Willys Dealer, 1333-6 14th it. n.w., DU. 4455 Closed Sundays. KAISER 1947. maroon: Motorola radio, air conditioner; less than 7,000 miles, perfect throughout; $2,100 or will trade. Can be seen at THE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE STORE. Clinton, Md. LA SALLE 1940 sedan; radio, heater, origi nal 2-tone paint; upholstery like new. motor excel., tires o.k.; sell today, *1,145; terms. HO. 9565. • LINCOLN 1946 4-door sedan, beautiful black, custom appointments; under 6,000 miles; carefully broken In; $2,796 or best offer under: will accept lighter car (1939 19411 in trade. Ludlow 4266. • LINCOLN-ZEPHYR 1939 4-door sedan; motor completely overhauled; car excep tionally clean; $895; terms arranged; pri vate owner. WA. 5931 after 6 p.m. — 24 MERCURY 1946 club coupe with radio, ♦eater; in excellent condition; $1,900. DE. 1569. —25 MERCURY 1941 convertible club coupe; superb condition In every single detail; almost new whitewall tires; $1,396. Guar anteed. JACK PRY MOTORS, 16th and Pa. ave. s.e. ■—25 NASH 194t club coupe: 2-tone greeh; new tires and battery, radio; weather-eye and overdrive: *1.150: ovt. owner. 620 Ala bama ave. s.e.. Apt. 3. —24 OLDSMOBILE 1936 “8" 2-door sedan; dependable transportation: motor and rub ber excellent condition; $365. Call 7-10 p.m., SH. 8685. —24 OLDSMOBILE 1941; In good cond., radio and heater; *995. Call AT. 1537 after 5 p.m. —23 PACKARD 1939 convertible "110", bar gain; in perfect cond.; recent repairs in rlnH* r\orr tnn r»a inr 4nh o nH romnlota motor overhaul; owner leaving town, selling at a loss; 5780. OL. 2500. Ward D-3, JOE CLARK. —24 PACKARD 1942 Clipper sedan: superb condition; bargain at SI.395. Guaranteed. JACK PRT MOTORS. 16th and Pa. ave. se. —25 PACKARD 1941 "6” convertible coupe: superb condition: 51.395. JACK PRT MOTORS. 16th and Pa. ave. a.e. —22 PACKARD 1942 Clipper; excellent condi tion; private party only; 51.396. 1363 28th st. ».w. PACKARD 1946 H6V. model 180-8 custom built de luxe club model; all accessories; only. 1.300 miles; practically new: will * I CROSS-WORD PUZZLE ? HORIZONTAL. 1 Possesses 4 On the sum mit of 8 Exclamation of disapproval 11 Wins 12 Not any 13 Brother of Jacob IS To practice petty theft 17 Help 19 Spanish for “yes” 20 To cut down in great numbers 21 To behave 22 Elongated fish 23 To impede 25 Shade tree 26 Pertaining to grandparents 27 Electrified particle 28 Little devil '29 Secondary 30 Note of scale 31 Tract of grasy land 33 King of Basham 35 Noah’s vessel 36 To scour 37 To petition 38 Company of females 40 Reward for services 41 Land measure 42 Fruit drink 43 Dance step 44 Resort 45 Note of scale 46 Witch 47 To-punish by fine 50 Beige 52 Ait 54 Bovine 55 Male cat 56 To observe 57 Before VERTICAL. 1 Luck 2 Son-in-law of Mohammed 3 Large food fish ' 4 Again 5 High, craggy hill 6 Preposition 7 Fruit 8 Stratum 9 Poster 10 Book of the Old Testament 14' Machine for grinding 16 Second growth of grass 18 Terms in tag 21 Desires with eagerness 22 First woman 23 Spanish hero 24 Card game 25 Candlenut tree 26 Always 28 To vex as child's napkin 31 Lever ( 32 To regret 33 Pronoun 34 Teamster’s cry 35 Hail! (Latin) 37 Deficient 38 To moderate 39 Manifesto 40 Character in “Oliver Twist" 41Tb imitate 43 Colloquial: father 44 Pintail duck 46 Low, confused noise 47 Music, high 48 Brightest star in various constellations 49 Female sheep 51 Artificial language 53 Thus Points for Porents ~By “>™ thomas WALLACE Giving a small chad legitimate opportunities to use hi simagi nation helps him develop m valuable gift while attempting to crush it creates additional problems. Mother—Shall we tell make-be lieve stories tonight or really true: ones? | AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (C—*t.) PACKARD 1939 ‘‘6" sedan; excellent rub ber. motor: overhauled front end. body rough; $556. 426 Eye at. n.w. NA. $409. PLYMOUTH 1941 model de luxe coupe; In excellent mech. condition throughout; $925. Call DU. 0419. 24* PLYMOUTH 1936 4-door sedan; sealed beams; $200; good running condition. Jackson 2116-W. —24 PLYMOUTH 1938: new motor, new tires: $460 or best offer under. WA. 2909. —26 PLYMOUTH 1940 club coupe; good running condition; $860. Call after 5:30 p.m., 607 8th st. s.w. —23 PLYMOUTH 1947 Special de luxe 2-doOt sedan; seat covers; $2,000. or best offer under. RA. 6428. —28 PONTIAC STATION WAGON 1946 8 cylin der de luxe; 4,000 miles completely eaulp ped; cannot be told from new; $2,775: trade. cash or terms. MITCHELL'S MOTORS, INC., 50 H st. n.e. 22* PONTIAC 1947 6 2-dr. Streamliner: never driven: all extras: $2,450, or trade for very nice older car. 1342 Tuckerman n.w., after 9. 22* PONTIAC 1931 2-door sedan; In A-l condition; $260 cash. UN. 1618. —23 PONTIAC 1941 8 Torpedo; $1,000; r. and h. »nd extras. Apply MR. KELLEY. 1103 South Carolina ave. s.e.. after 6 p.m. 24* PQNTIAC 1939 de luxe 4-dr. sed.; radio; ?:ood condition; $900. See mechanic be ore 1:30 p.m., 2001 Palrvlew ave. n.e. 23» PONTIAC 1948 de luxe 4-dr. Streamliner; radio, heating system and other acces sories; mileage, 2,550; $2,225. OR. 2556. 24* DAVTf A O 1 AJA • ■ .... a J... sedan: radio and heater; orlg. owner; like new; $1,400. WA. 1710. —24 PONTIAC 1947 4-dr. sedan; brand-new; radio and heater, all other extras, gun metal gray; $2,495; trade desired. COLDS MOTOR CO., 8232 Ga. aye., Sliver Spring. SL. 2242. *' —28 PONTIAC 1941 ’’$” 2-door sedan; radio and heater; $1,095. WO. 9842. —24 PONTIAC 1940 convertible: r. and h„ immaculate condition: $1,095, DU. 4294. PONTIAC 1941 5-passenger. 8-cylinder, sport coupe, pretty blue finish and nice condition; original owner, good rubber, low mileage; $1,295; terms to responsible party. 306 Longfellow st. n.w. —27 PONTIAC 1939 2-door sedan; recently installed motor, r. and h.; $700. AD. 6121. —22 STUDEBAKER 1948 Champion sedan; superb, condition; $1,695. JACK PRY MOTORS. 16th and Pa. ave. s.e. —22 TERRAPLANE 1936; new tires, motor re built; $375. DE. 6939, PEARSON, any time. WILLYS, brand-new engine installed in your Wlllys or Jeep. Nearest thing to a new car. Terms as low as $25 down. MITCHELL’S MOTORS, INC.. 222 2nd st. n.w. or 50 H it. n.e. 26* WILLYS 1940 de luxe cpe; in excel, cond., 4 actual new tires; must sell; $495. HO. 9565. • PRIVATE-OWNED CARS—Dodge ’37 busi ness coupe; suitable for pleasure and com mercial use; excellent appearance and mechanically; spent $400 recently recon ditioning and painting same; $750. Ford 1939 Tudor; excel, cond. throughout; r. and h„ seat covers, sealed-beam spotlight and fog lights; excel, appearance and me chanically; guarantee durable and depend able; $1,050. 2125 G st. n.w., 5 blks. west of White House. 28* TAXICAB DRIVERS wanted to rent cabs; $24 and up; weekly or sale on easy terms. Call after 4 p.m., EM. 7086, 4824 41st st. n.w,. 1941 CHEVROLET. 4-dr. sedan_$350 1939 Plymouth, 2-dr. sedan_$295 1938 Cadillac, 4-dr. sedan_$350 1937 Bulck, 4-dr. sedan _$350 1936 Plymouth, 4-dr. sedan_$235 1936 Chevrolet, 2-dr. sedan_$225 1934+Ford. 2-dr. sedan-^_$195 Others to choose from; open Sunday, 10 to 4. JOHN 8. REECE. 1114 Half st. s.w, *22 WILLYS 1947 station wagon, new; radio and heater: $1,895. Ford 1947 Super de luxe convertible coupe: maroon color, black too. radio and heater; 1.700 actual miles; $£,200; trade requested. Ford 1946 Super de luxe convertible coupe- radio and heater, black in color, light tan top; very low mileage; Immacu late; $2,100: trade reouested. f UUUBU J.OH O BMUUU WMUUi U1 »• cellent condition; *1,495. ALEXANDRIA USED CAR CO.. 1406 King at., Alexandria. Va.. OV. 3855. —22 SEE THE8E FIRST 1948 De Soto 4 dr.; r. _'-_.*2,095 1946 Hudson 4 dr.; r. and h._-_2.095 1942 Olds "98" 4-dr„ r. and h. 1.545 1942 Chrysler Roy. 4 dr.: r. and h.. 1.445 1942 Chev. M. d. 1. 4 dr.: r. 2nd h._ 1.315 1941 Packard "120" 4 dr.; r., h- 1,345 1941 Hudson conv. clb. cpe (2)_1,295 1941 Dodge cpe.; fld. dr„ r. and h._ 1,145 1941 Ford coupe, r. and h.-__ 945 1940 Stud. Commander 4 dr.; b_ 945 1939 Buick Spec. 4 dr.; r„ b. <2)_ 945 1939 Ford cpe.; r_:_ 735 1935 Pontiac cpe._ 375 1935 Plymouth 4 dr_ 195 1945 Chev. ft-ton pickup-1.345 The cleanest cars in the city are found at JET MOTOR SALES. 2719 Nichols ave. «,e.. LI. 0336. Cash, trade or terms. Op onnosite St. Elizabeths Hospital. 24* BUICK 1940 4-door Super aedan: newly painted, new slip covers; a bargain. *885.: Chevrolet 1939 5-passenger coupe; otlgl nsl finish, new tires; *750. Ford 1932 Tudor sedan; a bargain, *145. r Cash, terms or trade. HERSON’S AUTO ^APPLIANCE CO . 714 C St. n.w., UK. 53 USED CARS— 4-Door Bodans: 1941 Chevrolet _ $845 1939 Lir.coln-Zephyr _ 795 1938 Nash _I 586 1842 Dodge _1.295 1941 Ford __•_1,095 1938 La Salle _ 695 1840 Pontiac _1,045 1935 Oldsmobiie _ 295 1941 Cadillac _1,695 2-Door Sedans: 1941 Ford _ *895 1941 Chevrolet _ 975 1841 Plymouth _ 945 1935 Pontiac _ 295 1042 Chevrolet _1.196 Convertibles: 1936 Chrysler _ *686 1941 Dodge _1,295 1940 Packard _1,195 Club Coupes: |941 Fav^r_*L095 Not This Mother—Quit telling me such wild tales! You know there isn’t a word of. that true! AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. BUICK 1942 sedanette; r. and h._$1,495 Ford 1939 station wagon_960 Chevrolet 1940 station wagon_995 Hudson 1942 4-door; r. and h_ 1,196 CENTRAL MOTORS CO., 3200 Lee hwy., Arlington, Va, CH, 7000. AUTOMOBILES WANTED, PRIVATE PARTY will pay cash to pvt. party for a 1936, ’39, '40 or ’41 Ford; good running and good looking. Phone WA. 3292 after 7 p.m. or all day Saturday and Sunday. —27 WANTED—Chevrolet or Ford In good con dition, at once; all cash. Call EX. 3870. —23 Need light CAR, ’40-'42; will pay fair cash price. Call LU. 1443. —23 VETERANS — Position requires Immediate purchase of dependable used car; orefer Ford, Chevrolet or Plymouth; wUl pay aU cash. WO. 0250. —25 I WILL PAY ALL CASH for clean car; new or used. GENE CASTLEBERRY, FR. 6231. LET US BID on your old car. MANHAT TAN AUTO & RADIO CO., 1706 7th st. n.w. Phone NO. 7567. (Used car dealers for over 33 years.) F/kBn n_as__ other light car; ’39. '40. ’41 'or *42; can pay all cash. Call OR. 3346 8 to 9 a.m. or after 6 p.m. —28 PONTIAC WANTED—We will pay the high est cash dollars; any year and any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. are. at 20th st. n.e., AD. 8344. CHEVROLET WANTED—We Will pay the highest cash dollars: any year, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. are. at 20th st. n.e.. AD. 8344. PLYMOUTH WANTED—Wa will pay the highest cash dollars; any year, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO &ALES. 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. BU1CKS WANTED—We will pay the high est cash dollars: anv year and any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. L ave. at 20th st. n.e.. AD. 834-1. 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 & BAKER, 2810 M st. n.w.. HO. 8700. SELL OR TRADE TOUR CAR at Homer’s Corner. STANLEY H. HORNER. Buick. Fla. ave., 5th to 6th sts. n.e., AT. 6404. IMMEDIATE CASH, no red tane or haggling—We need 50 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. CASH FOR TOUR CAR—Fords, Chevrolet* and Plymouth*. Phone Atlantic 5800. STEUART MOTORS. 3rd and H sts. n.e. WE WANT TOUR CAR or truck, not as a gift; you have your price; If you are sell ing. call Rockville 2861. MILLER HUGHES MOTOR CO., Rockville, Vt mile from the courthouse on Gaithersburg nike. —24 CASH FOR NEW, LIGHT 1940 or 1947 car. Would accept like new 1946 or 1947 taxi. Phone GE. 4580 6 to 7 p.m. only. —24 BUICKS, Chevrolets, Fords. Fonttacs or any make of 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. CASH AT ONCE—Top-dollar prices at COAST-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 Vour Plymouth. Dodge, De Soto or Chrysler. SID 'WELL BORN MOTORS. Chrysler-Plymouth Deal ers. 8000 Georgia ave.. SH. 4500. SELL TOUR NEW OR USED CAR for the highest cash dollar to the COLIE MOTOR CO., 8232 Georgia ave., Silver Spring. SL. CHRYSLER*. Bulcks. Dodges, Plymouth*. ChevTolets. Fords. badiy needed. Now 1« the best time to sell your ear. or trade it w» a new Chrysler or Plymouth for future Millef TM *t.?*Takoma ^ark, §. c. Georgiais'w. FORD*—Cash for your ear. no red tap*. BCHLBORL* GOLDEN. 267 Carroll It Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 8300. FAIR. HONEST APPRAISALS on all makes of cars are assured at McKEE-PONTIAC 1828 L St n.w.. ME. 0400 "WIN WITH WINN"—Top price for your ear: never too new. never too old: wUA come to your home or olllce: plenty parkinW space. Open eves, and Sundays. WINNS MOTORS. 169 Florida ave. n.e.. EX. 2898 3720 Georgia ave n.w.. RA. *422 PLYMOUTH—Cash for your car, no red tape. 3CHLEGEL tc GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st.. Takoma Park. D C. Georgia 3300. HOLD IT JUST A MINUTE to get the high est cash price lor your 1948 or 1047 car and older If clean Drive in or call DU. 2877. BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO., 171* Rhode Island ave. n.e.: open 9 a.m. to HMiT'AND 1947 MODELS wanted. Let us try to top your price. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn, ave., EM. 9754 or WO. 9238, Bob Terrett or J. Dewey Rtee._ WE WANT CARS REGABDUESS OF PRICE —Don’t trade on a new ear or tell to any one until you get our big prices. Need 100 cars—1938 to 1948. Absolutely high cash price. If ear la paid for, wUl give you can. £« “c^WenS1 DERS MOTORS. Washington’s elusive used-car dealers. Bea for appraisal. All cash or Only one location. Drive 14th, corner N it. n.w. _ closed op Sunday Call Noi__ _ PLYMOUTH, ’40-’41, good eondil TAXICABS**WANTED—!-1946, *41, '42, '48: aU cash. Rear, 1319 18th it. n.w. —22 WANTED AT ONC1E. Mrs in snv mmfit.km. new, used or wrecked; will pay cash. Drive to 1113 Va. ave. *.e., or call LU. 3606. 22* VETERAN urgently needs late-model car for job; prefer ’39 to #47 model; any body IS:, i£ April 28, and ever* Saturday thereafter. Pur the highest cash price bring your car or truck. Many buyers. Vehicles sold only with owner's approval. To get early list ing or Information, call D. C. AUCTION SALES, LU. 3866, IU5 Va. are. se. Barley & Dawson, auctioneers. 26* VETERAN desires to purchase ear from Private owner, reasonably priced, appre ciate pour calling HR. LA VK3NE, AD. ubvk. 5sn^ '<& iZh™ ma* [Goren on Bridge South rulnerabla. *J74 07 0 AJ8783 * ATS *83 N *8858 OAQ68 W,E • OJ84 0 Q 9 4 ■;* 0 K108 * J98 8 8 * Q lb2 * A K Q10 OK1O903 0 3 - *KI 4 The bidding: South. West. North. East. 1* Pass 8 0 Pass 2 O Pass 3 * Pass 4* Pass Pass • Pass Opening lead: Six of dabs. Close attention io the fall of the cards will sometimes permit an alert declarer to establish tricks by forcing the enemy to place two honors on one of his. In the bridge player’s vernacular this is known as “bump ing,” an example of which appears in today’s hand. TWa Kawst Am tiAf *71 AMV AVIA tft bid many players would Just naturally drift Into a three no trump contract .that would have had no chance at all, which points a moral: When none of your suits is solid, try to avoid a three no trump con tract even though all suits are stopped. South elected to open with his four card suit rather than the five because he wished to show both of them at a reasonable level, inas much as his hand was of only mod erate strength. In such cases for the sake of economy It generally pays to treat the live card suit as though it were only four cards long and bid accordingly. After South's second bid, North was somewhat embarrassed. He disliked to jump with only three trumps, but no other bid would have been com pletely satisfactory, and he surely wished to reach game. West’s opening lead was very un imaginative. Having declarer’s sec ond suit well bottled he should un questionably have led a trump. This would have made it Impossible for declarer to bring home a winner. The club lead was taken in dummy with the ace and a heart led imme diately. When East played low, de clarer reasoned that West held the ace and he played' the nine. This forced the queen, and West awoke to the necessity for leading trump. This was won in the closed hand, a low heart ruffed in dummy. East followed suit with the eight. This made it appear likely that he was now down to the lone Jack. It will be noted that it would not be safe to continue ruffing hearts because declarer could do so only at the cost of shortening his own trumps and if one of the adversaries held four small spades, which was likely, the hand would collapse. Declarer therefore drew trumps and played the king of hearts. West won with the ace and “bumped” East’s Jack, establishing the rest of the suit for South. (Copyright, 1947, by Churl— H. Sores.) Nature's Children BOIS DE ROSE. (Aniba rosaeodora.) By Lillian Cox AHiey Oil is made from the wood of this tree, a cousin of the rosewood tree growing in French Guiana. Bois De Rose grows wild in the more elevated regions along the tribu taries on the south bank of the low er Amazon River in the States at Para and Amazonas. In some of the most inaccessible spots these trees seem to have tried to hide from man. It is difficult to get native men to enter the deep jungles where there is always men ace to health and life. Months would pass before they would see their families. Today, the search for these trees is conducted along well developed plans. Skilled woods men equipped with excellent tools, abundant food and proper protec tion against dangers, do the work in a very short time. Water is the only means of transporting the logs to nearby dis tilleries. Cutting and shipping the trees must be timed when the water is high. From June to December when the water is low the trees are felled. Their weight being so much heavier than water necessitates the use of a lighter. Upon this barge the trunks and large branches ride to the nearest distillery. From Jan uary until June the shipping takes place. When the lumber reaches the riv er bank distillery it is reduced to chips in saw mills equipped with ro tary cutting devices. Distillation follows immediately in copper or galvanized iron stills capable of holding from 400 to 1,000 pounds of chips. There are two distillations daily. The average yield of oil is 1 per cent. This oil is highly valued for the linalool it contains, a necessary in gredient used in the finest perfumes. It is also used in fragrant soaps and cosmestics. About 80 tons of Bois De Rose oil is the annual production in Brazil. An organization known as the Con sorcio controls the production, ex ports and prices in cooperation with the Government. Word Game Find 38 or more common FngHidi words in NOTEBOOKS, meaning “books in which notes or memoranda are recorded.” Average mark is 28 words. Time limit, 20 minutes. Rules of the same—1. Words must be of four or more letter*. 2. Word* which ac auire four letter* by the addition of "s," such as "bats.” "eats.” are not used. 3. Only one form of a word Is used. 4. Proper names are not used. A list will be published tomorrow. Answer te HOMALOEDAL. ball maid amid dill hall mall aid dtai Sfii0 S!d HT ' 43» hold mold oam hood mood oom mall moil idol LAFF-A-DAY * —— —& “Dear, Barer again will 1 taka money out of roar wallet without telling your