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LOTS FOR SALE (CM».).
knUM ruts—Lovely homasltes avail able; large wooded lot 100*170 ft.; only #750: convenient terms if desired; bos •emce, phone, city water, postal service; near schools, churches. Aient on premises daily and Sunday, 12 noon to δ p.m., or by appointment, THOMAS P. HALLEY, Princess Garden rd„ Lanham, Md., phone HY. 0354. —β ON SEVEN LOCKS AND MONTROSE roads north of Bradley boulevard. Six nicely situated lots averaging l'/j acres each. Our client needs money and told ua to sell Im mediately for $4,000. which appears to be very low. A. H. BACAS. Realtor. Ill* Η at. n.w. DI. «234. DI. 6236. PLAN AND PLANT—Now is the time to buy the site for that dream house you will be able to build to advantage before long. Now is the time to set out the shrubbery, plant those fruit trees and build up the garden spot with soy beans and crimson clover. It takes three years to develop the ■rounds around a new house. Be wise by starting now and build the house when Ïiood materials are available àgaln at ower prices. Buy an acre or more in Hillbrook. Pirst addition at Ahnandale. Va., in a neighborhood planned for friendly living. Terms or cash as you wish. See MASON HIRST. Annandale, Va., at the end of Columbia pike. Phone ALex. 5812. Closed Sunday». HILLANBALE—Beautiful wooded lot in very good location in this restricted sub division; .'«Proximately 31.000 sa. ft. CRANE é BILAN, Realtors, SL. 4000 eves. WOODRIDGE. south of 2920 28th IT n.e. —Large, level lot with stone wall. 45x120. near best schools: price, $2,160; $500 cash. WM._R ^THOROWGOOD, 2024 R. I. MOnIgoSeRY CO..jest over D. C. Une. nr. the Chevy Chase Club—Limited number of very unusual lets, all improvements and utilities in. Act quickly. GUY WHITE LARGE CONNER LOT on Capitol Vtewave.. near Porest Olen; 21,000 se. ft., paved streets, water, sewer, gas, etc. CRANE A HELAN. Realtors, SL. 4000 eves, 'til 9. —12 A 26-ACRE TRACT on Burning Tree rd in the Bradley Hills Orove area of SDlendid houses; Vit-acre lot minimum; extremely low improvement cost: ready to develop; sewer In; brokers protected; priced to sell AWtfn W ΟβΛΛ λ- ΛΤ. I 1140". * ' —11 peter J. hKM offers In Cheverlr—Lot on Lake rd., near Forest ι rd., <10x140; owner must Mil·, cash r rice, $1.250. Sl*n on property, peter J. hasan. Suburban Spe cialist. 3837 84th st., Mt. Rainier. Md, WA. 3765 8 MI. D. C., In Oxon Rill, Md.: reasonably priced, terms Inquire at 8555 Livingston rd. s.e.. SP. 0263. —10 l«tfc ST., NX. UNDERWOOD, choice loca tion! 78*17»; less than #1 per ft Call RE. 1988 -til » p.m. OOLDSTEN BROS., 1429 L St n;« —9 CHEVY CHASE. MD.—A lew wooded lots Îiear Columbia Country Club: excellent ocatlon; reasonably Priced. Call P. EL LIOTT MIDDLETON. RE. 1181 or DE. BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT. in Country Club Estates: sewer, water and paved street; size 80x136: price, $2,000. OL. 2242. —8 CHEVT CHASE VIEW—Beautiful, wooded level lot, 100x146 It.; #2,800. Call OWNER, OL. 8081. —12 LOT 75x160, improvements in, West st., W. Palls Church. Va., $1,680: 1 acre In Palrhlll, on Lee hwy., a snap at $1,200. 12 acres on Lee blvd., nicely wooded, long frontage. $1.200 per acre. 10 acres on Lee hwy„ line lor new homes C. -R. MORAN, PA. 919-J-3 or1 PI. 7687. 2.70 ACRES, will seU as a whole, $2,400, or lots $676 each. 9 acres, hard road frontage, elee.; $1.400, Just off Psute 240 on hard road, elec. by property, lot 100x400; $500. FRED B. CUSHMAN. Realtor, 510 Frederick avt., Oalthersburg, 299. —10 Silver Sprin# commercial. 100*200: reasonably priced, with terms. Oall Mr. Lor, LOWERY A MELTON. Realtors. 8415 Georgia a vs., SH. 9200: eves.. SL. 3378. LOTS WANTED, For" CASH, wooded lot. high elevation no ' objection to slope; Montgomery Co. or Vir ginia. with good access to Key or Chain Bridge: maximum, $1,000; more If utilities are in Box 246-D. Star. —8 WATERFRONT PROPERTY—SALE FIVE-ROOM furnished, redecorated bun galow with bath, screened porch, open nrcplare, electric kit., telephone, garage, artesian water; on lge. corner lot on hard street, 100 ft. from Potomac River, at Cobb Island, Md.: beautiful view: bathing, Ashing, oystering, crabbing. OWNER, WO. 0947. —β IMMEDIATE DELIVERY, cottages, cabins, lots, $395 up; cash or terms. Phone Jack eon 2164. ask for BOB WHITE. EPPING FOREST—Large modern cottage, partly furnished. 8 r„ 2 b„ screened porches, large lot; key at gate bouse. Easy terms. A l»Tge house for the price of a email cottage WALTER M. BAUMAN. NAT 622P. WO. 0747. —6 8HAPY8IDE. MD., Avalon Shores. A lovely log cabin home facing water. Furnished. Living rom, 2 bedrooms, kitchen and bath. All conveniences. Owner must sell, espe cially priced. $6.750. Exclusive with T. R. OSTROW & CO., RE. 2373. WI. 2571. —10 ROGERS COVE —%-acre bids, site in Rogers Cove. 29 miles from Washington, on hard-surlaced road· electricity, water telephone available. DE. 0887 after 5 ρ m. [) MtnftMlta ISI.ANn «ter frntlt—New rot. tages. large screened Iront porch, large living room, bedroom, dining room, modern kitchen and utility room: drilled well 250 it., with electric pump; water in house, no bath; 1V4 acres good garden land; space enough on front to build 2 or 3 other cot tages; ideal for boating, natural harbor elose to house; owner must sell; bargain at $5.500 cash. For particulars, cal) Per 1 hagan. Suburban Specialist, 3837 Λ st.. Mt. R»lnier, Md , WA. 3765. Ε OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL places on Potomac River—52 acres, about 3,000 shore Une. Vi mile on good State rd.: excellent lodge, a.-m.l.; orchards, boat house. Owner now living In Florida has authorized immediate sale and no reason •we θ"" ^"1 be refused. PL. 5373. 11' WATERFRONT PROP. FOR RENT. COLONIAL BEACH. VA.—t-rm. cottage, completely furnished. Including electric refgr.. cooking facilities and dishes, etc.; combination kit. and din. rm. 12x18 ft., running water, shower; on front; #45 per wk. or will rent by month or season. Call LI. 1284 FURNISHED COTTAGE, 27 miles from District: Mar until Sept.; S40 per week. CH. 0454. —10 COLONIAL BEACH—Water - front house, furnished; gas. refrigerator; hot water; available weekly. June. July. For folder, write GREEN GROVE, Colonial Beach, Va. COLONIAL BEACH. VA.—fl-rm. bungalow: $50 a week or $160 a month, *11 season. $450. KM. 4147. FARMS FOR SALE. 81 ACRES. 60 clear—Good timber, 7-rm. house, outbldg.. well; Immediate possession; $5.360. WO. 7975. —6 WATER-FRONT FARM—460 acres, with houses, barns, outbuildings; a productive farm: long frontage on South River. 25 nu. p. C. M. C. GIBSON, ITU. 4271. —8 SMALL FARMS—2 acres and independ ence. $690 (no house). Near school, stores, churches, bus. etc. Near fast- | «rowing 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.. 86 min utes to Centervllle See our big sign on right. Fairfax Farms. Four-lane high way from Washington to Centervllle—no turn· Λτιβη ·«·*·« Hov 1 tn A η m Brlnff $10 deposit. Trutlwsys bus passes us on Lee hwy. 8TROIT S GREEN FARM CATALOG—Over 2.500 bargains: 32 States coast to coast: Billed free. 8TROUT REALTY. 711-À Woodward Bid*.. Washington, D. C.. Metro Solltan 7648. T. MARYS COUNTY, near Leonardtown, [d—775-a. farm·, about 100 a. cleared; suitable for tobacco and other crops: 375 a. In vlrtln timber and the rest In good sec ond growth timber, estimated 2,000,000 ft or more of lumber: has house in fair con dition- tobacco barn: priced right at 815, 000 For further details, call Mr. Brown. CH. 0542. JOHN C WRIGHT. INC —β OWNER MOVING to California says to sell this modirn white term house with 5 acres, 4 bedrooms, bath, sun room, porch, full basement, SI.000 farm freeier and 2 refrigerators, guesthouse and numerous outbuildings. Including horse barn, garage, brooder house, chicken houses, etc. Price. $27,500. Located between Potomac and Kocicville. Call J. NOBLE BOAZ. 7240 Wis. ave.. Bethesda. WI. 7500. —6 WARRENTON. VA.—Several farms rang ing in price from $4.300 to $20.000: very *ood buys. JESSE LOEB. Southern Bldg., NA. 2014. Eve.. HO 9167. —β NEAR MEXICO. Ν. Y.—80 acres on hwy.: good house, electricity, water, gas station: paying business in Ice and milk: on account of ill health, will sacrifice for S8.200. Information, call SH. 7344 any weekday. MCTIÎRESQFE FARM. 288 acres. 175 §ne timber. 2 streams. 1 averages 35 ft. wide: fine β-roora frame house and large barn: electricity; erase ΐοα sheep; rteeT. turkey, wild «aîne. near Winchester, excellent roads· 59,100; terms. Ο. H LAMSON, telephone CO. 4881 or Leesfcurg 239 ESTATES, farms, country homes M North em Virginia, one hour of Washington. Phone Herndon 38. BUELL farm ΑΟΚΝΟΥ, Herndon, Fairfax County. ^ Va. τη A. ιΟ-RM. 30CSE. barn, flee : on sur faced r(L BdJeiSlni «heel: commntt ac: $3,000 tkEh down, terms. J. CHRONAKER ySSwr" FOR6"sale. Maryland. Olney-Lay tonsvllle section—First offering of what Is. in our opinion, one of the finest farms in In permanent pasture and timber, the main house has living room, library, dining room, large modern kitchen, pantry, and 4 beautiful bedrooms and 2 full modern baths. There are maid's quartlrs. numer ous cloeets, cold-storage space, etc., hot water oil heat; entire house is done in ex tremely good, taste. „ There is a 4-room ruethouse; also two 4-room tenant houses and a 9-room house being used as a tea ant house at present. The other is out buildings consist of all the barns, *ran aries. shops and aheds necessary to a going farm; all buildings have electricity and all fields are fenced and watered Inspec tion by appointment only. Call Mr. Mac Bryde evenings. Saturdays and Sunday·. CO. 0810 C. H. HILLSGKST CO , exclu sive agents. 923 16th st. n.w., NA 8500 MONT. CO.. MS.—Beautiful small farm of 100 acres on State road. 25 miles from D. 0,. near Β. & Ο. R.R. and small town: 3 bedrooms and bath, liv room with fire place, large dining room, kitchen and pantry: furnace heat: in large grove of trees; 50x40 bank barn, double cornhouse. 2 chicken houses, meathouse: orchard. 2 stream*; Chester loam·. 16 acres in woods. Price. $20,000. Phone Mr. Abbe, with KS8? & "" " " "■*·· 75-ACRE FARM. It mile· beyond War renton. Va.: house in need of repairs: barn and several outbuildings. 96 apple trees: has creek, well, sprin*; $3.000. Call ^LUt3 vS&rciSirER. VA.—13_0_acres, *40 èi. i4lî. Capital—At FAKMS FOR SAU (CmMMMAI. snd ΙΒβ acre*; all tor opportunity to own » ti__ m this beautllal valley. Ml 0212 eves., with W Îl°imM from «St tractive Colonial home on appro*. BO acres; all modern conveniences except central juiAifrY^ exclusivement. BH. 1913, —7 M FERTILE ACRES, with old house to re store. This la part of a dairy farm and much pf It Is covered with a lush btae Kiaaa sod; the house alts on a knoll above a sprint-fed brook and can he modernized Into an attractive heme; the brook runs through a small valley and could be dammed at small expense to provide a nat ural swimming pool; the property fronts two improved roads. 22 miles from Wash ington. Price. $18,000; terms MASO Κ HxR8T, Annandale. Va., at the end of Columbia pike. Phone ALex. 5812. Closed Sundays. VICINITY OF WABBENTON. No. l—212 acre* with unusual set of bides. 7-rm. house with bath; living rm. about 20x24. stone flrenpee; dining rm. with French doors, leading out to screened flagstone porch, extending about 30 ft. across the front: kit. with sink and laun dry trays. Large concrete porch off the kit. with basement beneath. Large bank barn, combination for horses and cows. Kinary. Stone spring and milk house, cel. view of the mountains with eleva tion of about 1.500 ft. Priced far below the cost of bides. No. 2—75-acre farm, about 75 miles from Culpeper, β-rm. house and barn. Veterana approved. No. 3—218 acres, about 15 miles from Warrenton, about 120 acres cleared. Co lonial brick house, built in 1800s. with 2-rm. addition. Large bam. granary and other bides. Price, $11,300. with $1,000 cash. No. 4—213 acres, about 180 cleared, in high state of cultivation. 10-rm. stone house with bath. Basement with recre ation rm. Bank barn and other farm bldss. Substantial cash required. No. 5—Located 20 miles past Leesburg. lust off U. 8. hwy. No. 7. 250-acre apple orchard with about 4,000 trees, stock and equipment. Excellent financing can be ar ranged. Last year's income was about $2, 200. Bves. and Sun.._call Mr. Cox. TE. 40β5. SENATE REALTY CO., 1109 Bye St. n.w.. BX. 3270. LOUDOUN CO.. VA Stock and grain farm. 150 acres improved land, not hilly or rocky, well watered: good eight-room house; large stock barn; all clean except 20 in timber: two miles from main hlsh ννΗΒπιπκίοπ no mue·, rnee. iio.wtt. 17 «créa. IV» miles from highway. In Loudoun Co.; Washington 35 miles; 5-rocm house; small barn, outbuilding; all clear except 1 acre Price. $4.260; half cash. Β HELL FARM AGENCY. Herndon. Pairfax Co.. Va. Phone Herndon 38. 7* 3ββ ACHES—H-room stone and frame house, bath and electricity, barn and other outbldgs. ; watered by streams; 25 ml. of D. C.j $20.000. terms. 112 acres, 10-room house: electricity, barn, double garage, streams; 2β ml. of D. C.; $14,750. WEST & TAYLOR, FA. 2136. FARMS WANTED. HAVE CASH CUSTOMER for 2 farms; one must have from 50 to 125 acres, with or without good buildings and within a radius of 15 mi. District line. In Montgomery County, preferably in the Sandy Spring or Olney district; the other to be 200 acres or more; bldgs. must be modern. Can also use acreage near Silver Spring or Rock ville, suitable for subdividing. E. S. PRICE & CO.. 1010 Vermont ave. n.w.. ME. 3650, or 11772 Ga. ave.. PL. 1231. SUMMER HOMES. ^ FURNISHED STOWE HOUSE, foothills Blue Ridge Mts. near Luray, Va.—3 bedrooms, modern conveniences, sun deck on roof, large screened porch, excellent bathing fa cilities nearby; $500 June. July. August; references Box 146-A. Star. —8 PROPOSALS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at me Procurement Sectior.. National Bureau of Standards, Washington. D. C., until 2 p.m.. May 9, 1947. and then publicly opened for replacing the existing con crete floor in Building No. 14 (Kiln Bldgl), with a new concrete floor and perform all the work necessary for the raising of the tunnel kiln and accessories and Its reinstallation on the new floor In accord ance with the specifications and plans which may be obtained from the Procure ment Section, National Bureau of Stand ards. ^ AUCTION SALES. C. G. SLOAN * CO., INC.. Auctioneer*. Estate sale. Furniture of every description, 65 domestic ruis and carpets, china, glassware, bric-a-brac, books, pictures, draperies, radio, upright piano, etc., at public auction at Sloan's. 716 13th st.. Wednesday, May 7, starting at 10 a.m. From the estate of Edna May Mahoney. Laura M. Berrien, committee and from other sources. Now on exhibition. Terms: Caih. C. G. SLOAN & CO., INC., aucts., established 1891. ■ —6 FUTURE. TBOS. J. OWEN * SON, auctioneer·, 435 Southern Building—Trustee»' sale of four valuable three-story row brick dwellings, known as premises Nos. 1513-1515-T517 and 1S1B "O" st. ti w.. dated October 18, 1946, being Instrument No. 47839, re corded October 3. 1946. By virtue of a certain deed of trust among the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the.reauest of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, at publip auction in front of the premises, on Mon day the twelfth day of May. A D. 18*7. at tour o'clock p.m.. the following-described land and premises, situate In the District of Columbia, and designated as and being Lots 72. 73, 74 and 75 In Hlllyer's sub division of lots in Sauare 195, as per plat recorded in the Office of the Surveyor for the District of Columbia, in Liber II at folio 99. Said property now known for purposes of assessment and taxation at Lots 74. 75 and 830 in Sauare 195. Terms: Property to be sold as an entirety. Sold subject to a prior deed of trust for approx imately $42,894.25, further particulars of which will be announced at time of sale: the purchase price above said trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of Î1.000 required. Conveyancing, recording, etc.. at pur chaser's cost. Terms to be complied with within thirty days, otherwise deposit for feited and the property may be advertised and resold at the discretion of the trustees. VINCENT J. DEAN. THEODORE WATKINS, Trustee*. ao.'iOmy3.e.9.12. LEGAL NOTICES. LEO A. ROVER, Attorney. 20« Southern Balldtng. DI8TRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. 88.982, 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 Bernardin F. Rover, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to pxhibit 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, aiven under my hand this 14th day of April. 1947. ANNA KRIEG ROVER. 1426 ft. I. Ave. Ν W. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN 1. MARQUES, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. ap22.29.my8 PAUL LINE DELANET. Attorney. 50β Union Trust Bldg. «led April 25, 1947. Charles E. Stewart, uen. tN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States for the District of Co umbla—Mar; Virginia Moody, Platnttfl. »s. Thurman Moody. Defendant.—No. Ηβ-47.—The object of this suit 1» to >btaln for the Plaintiff an absolute divorce 'rom the defendant on the (rounds of iesertlon. On motion of the plaintiff, it s this 25th day of April, 1847, ordered Jiat the defendant cause his appearance ο be entered herein on or before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and etal holidays, occurrini after the day of :he first publication of this order: otner rlse the cause will be proceeded with as in casî of default Provided, a copy jf this order be published once a week tor three successive weeks In the Wash ington Law Reporter, and The Evening 3t*r hefore said day. (S> JAMES M. PROCTOR- Justice. Attest: CHARLES Ε ^STEWART. Clerk. By CLARA P. CON SELL. Deputy Clerk ap29.mye.13 ÏSKSfc States for the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. «8.167. 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 of Administration. C.T.A., on the estate of William Lott. 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 14th day of April. A.D 1848: otherwise they may Oy law be excluded from all benefit of said estate Oiven under my hand this 14th day of April, 1847. WILLIAM H. LOTT. 1507 S St. S.K. (Seal.) Attest: MELvIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. apas.39.mye MeCDUOCGR. GOBDON * PACE, , Atterneys, 808 H Street N.E. Piled April 26, 1947, Charle» E. Stewart, [N THE DISTRICT1 COURT OP THE United States for the District of Co lumbia.—Haiel E. Moore. Plaintiff, vs. The Little Sisters ef the Poor, a Corpora tion. et. al.. Defendants.—No. C A. 4731Λ TV,» Aki«.t Mf thi> Knit ic tsi establish title by adverse possession to Lot numbered (3) Three in Todd A Pep Ders' subdivision ο I Square Five Hundred and Twenty-seven (827 >. as per plat recorded in Book Ν. K. Pate 271 in the Office of the Surveyor for the District Df Columbia, described as follows: "Be ginning at a point In the last line of fourth Street, 82.17 feet South of the Northwest corner of said lot and square and running South along the said street. 19 feet: thence East 88 feet to the West line of a 14.74-foot wide alley: thence North alone the line of said alley, 19 feet and thence West 86 feet to Fourth Street and the place of ben inning. On motion of the plaintiff, it is this 35th day of April 1B4T. ordered that the defendants Molly Thornton, Frank Roh leder. Emm ι Rohleder, Henry Rohleder. Acnes Davis. Clara Van Rossum. Mamie Rohleder. George Rohleder. Jennie Roh leder. Marie O'Dwyer, John J. Rohleder. Roselli Davie (also known as Roscall Davis*. Leo Kolipinski. and John W. Schaeffei. cause their appearance to be entered herein on or before the fortieth day, exclusive of Sundays and legal holi days. occurring after the day of the flist publication of this order: otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in case of default. Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three successive week# in the Washington Law Reporter, and The Evening 8tar_ before said day. <8Λ JAMBS M_ r \ f Reporter, tod Tee wasntngton Evening Stir before said day. (S) T. ALAN GOLDSBOROUOH. Justice. (Se*l. > A true COD J Test: CHARLES I STEWART, Clerk. By CLARA P. CONNELL, Df— Clerk. mh4.18,»pl.l6.my8.i SON D. BROOKS. A1 1135 4Ath Plate S.E. JEFFERSON^ D^BROOKS^ ^Attorney, DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States tor the District of Columbia. Holding Probate Court.—No. f(9.078,Ad Sinlstration.—This Is to Give Notice: That e subscriber, of the State of Maryland, baa obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters Testa mentary on, the estate of Rhoda Mary Ire land. also known as Rhoda M Ireland, late of the District 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 21st day of April. A.D. 1948: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit or said estate. Given under my hand this 21st day of April. 1847. JOSEPH WAL8H IRELAND, «627 Lawndale Drive. 8ilver Spring. Md. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Co lumbia. Clerk of the Probate Court. ap29.mya.13 , V. STUART DAVIS. Attorney, 1413 Eye St. N.W. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. «9,008, Ad ministration.—This la to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Columbia has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters of Ad ministration on the estate of Norman C. Long, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased art hereby warned to exhibit the sin*, with the vouchers thciof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on' or before the 18th day of April, A.D. 1MB; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 18th day of April, 1947. FRAN CK R. LONG. 41» Madison St.. N.W. Zone 11. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MAR QUES, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Pmirf «n5ft.mvfi.l3 EUGENE a. McLACHLEN, Attorned DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. «0077, Ad ministration—This 1« to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the State of Florida has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Fred E. Kunkel, also known as Fred Eugene Kunkel, late of the District οf 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 21st day of April. A.D. 1948; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 21st day of April, 1947. EUGENE H. McLACHLEN. 700 10th St.. N.W. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Reg ister of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. ap29.mye.13 EWERS Λ DUFF, Attorneys, 1308 F St. N.W. DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. efl.05'-!. Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: Tl)*t the subscriber, of the District of Co lumbia, has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia. Letters of Administration on the estate of Eliza beth Ida Clarke, 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, 6c or before the 16th day tit April, A.D. 1648; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit or said estate. Given under my hand this 21st day of April. 1947. ELIZABETH CLARKE SHAUGHNESSY, 3480 16th St. N.W. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court. ap2S.my6.13 JOHN B. NECBECK. Attorney, National Press Bldg. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. «8,901, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the District of Co lumbia, has obtained from the Probate Çourt of the District of Columbia. Letters estamentary on the estate of Catherine M. Aukward, 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 sub scriber. on or before the 21st day of April. A.D. 1948: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under mv hand this 21st day of April. 1947. JOSEPH H. AUKWARD. 4001 18th Street N.W.. Zone 11. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES, Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Courl. ap29.myfi.13 JUSTIN L. EDGEBTON, Attorney. Metropolitan Bank Bnildfng. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED 8tates for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. «8,929, Ad ministration.—This is to Give Notice: That the subscriber, of the State of Minnesota has obtained from the Probate Court of the District of Columbia, Letters of Ad ministration on the estate at Hilda Ander son, 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 17th day of April, A.D. 1948; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given un A-%- MV +V>«· 1 ffV» of Anr11 1Q17 MARGARET ANDERSON, 1β2β Dayton Ave., St. Paul, Minn. (Seal.1) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for tke District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court ap29.my6.13. JAMES F. REILLY, Attorney, 821 ISth St. N W. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Ho!dint Probate Court—No. 69.064, 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 James A. North, late of the District of Columbia, deceased. All persons having claims atainst the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenti cated. to the subscriber, on or before the 21st day of April. A.D. 1948: otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under my hand this 21st day of April, 1947. NANNIE E. NORTH. 949 Virginia.Ave. 8.W. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Colum bia. Cleric of the Probate Court. ap29,my6.13. JOSEPH D. D1LEO, Attorney. DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States for the District of Columbia, Holding Probate Court.—No. 69.054, 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 Ad ministration on the estate of William L.< MofTatt. late of 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. 1B4R: otherwise they may by law be ex cluded from all benefit of said estate. Given under ,my hand this 21 at day of April, 1M7. JOSEPH D. DiLEO. 1010 Vt. Are N.W. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the District of Columbia. Cleric of the Probate Court. apgB.my8.13. REAL ESTATE LOANS. CASH FOR Sud-TRUST NOTES; Quick set tlement. FULTON R. GORDON, 1427 Eye st. n.w. DI. 5230. Brokers, attention! lit AND Xni TRUST LOANS—Prompt and courteous serrlte. Before borrowing call COLONIAL INVE8TMTNT CO 817 »tb ft n.w RX 6860 MONEY on first and second trusts: prompt action, reasonable rates: nearbyMaryland. Virginia or D. C. property. THE AMERI CAN CO., 807 15th. NA. 8032. ■νπ·Ι un Wbvnu taUBl —we vu •tu second-trust note*. D. C.. nearby Md or Va. Reaao " MORTGAGE * : W. Y-ave a.W" lit. 2nd AND Ira TRUST LOANS. Caih ln -4 hrs. Also financial aid te builders. METRO REALTY CO.. EX 5499. CASH FOR 3nd TBPSX NOTES! ouick set tlement. POLTON R. GORDON, 14; 7 Rt st. n.w. DI 5230. Brokers' attention. LOANS ΤΟ o. c.. ans.. TA. HOME owner* without excessive tllte charités or ap praisal tees: 10» rites. SECURITY ft NANCE CORP., 838 Investment Bid*.. DI. 8β72. lst-TRCST LOANS on real estate; low rates, term or monthly payment. P. J. INC., 1115 Eye it. n.w. NA. nearby Md. NATIONAL CORP.. 1813 WALSHE. PERSONAL LOAN COMPANIES. NEED tSS TO S3MT — Se* EMPLOYES LOAN CO. now. Oet the cash today! New Silver Sprint office at 7835 Eastern ave. (2nd floor. Doctors Bldc.>. Phone Shepherd "323. Another convenient office ln Mt. Rainier at 3308 Rhode Island ave. Rope gobart 0012. —7 MONEY WANTED. SECOND TM7ST lor S yr«. on Arltncton home»; ; aajae^^iecurttles. very low glit U NO TO COVER THIRD TRUST on val· uable W* shin* ton property; owner will pay hisheit rate Intereit. pies chattel srfficwr îst /i°&.bs£~ tAUCB WAHTEP — — MSttè& car mere, la convenient location. GARAGE in n.e. jeetiim for truck repairs needed by old-established firm. It mutt be large stench to accommodate 2 or 3 truck» at on· time. Phone AT. 1400, MR FRANK. , —11 GAB AGE WASTED In vicinity Of 1400 block of Rhode bland are. n.w. Call Mr. Burrows, TREW MOTOR CO.. aervtce dent. 8* AUTOMOTIVE MISCELLANEOUS. triDMicstoni. new hub caps. GUARANTEED rebuilt ■bock absorber», rear, en da. new _ . trille*, awl-beam lithtt. water 75d fui pumts. lack», eyl heads. floor mat», aale tyjHÏM inttalled. J. U BRENNER * CO . 1940 Montana ave. n.e.. PR 1M0. AlTO LUGGAGE TX AILEE—Immediate delivery; new shipment Juat arrived; the neatest one you've ever aeen; suitable for merchant», farmers, fishermen and tour· In*. Low priced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO., 1487 Irvine at. n.w., AD. 8500, Washlnt ton's Lariest Pontiac Dealer. NEW-TYPE TIB Ε RECAPPING by the lat est safety process: beautiful tread; 2-hour service; electric-treated section» If your tire 1» cut. See your tires being recapped at'ARCADB PONTIAC CO., Waahlntton't Largeat Pontiac Dealer, 1437 Irvint »t. POVHAC OWNERS?1 ATTENTION^We carry a larte stock of cood-ouallty aeat cover» in popular color*. They will alao fit other models of General Motors cart. Prompt and neat Installation if dr-Jred. ARCADE PONTIAC CO., 1437 Irvint at n.w., A5. 8500. USED CHEVROLET PASTS: 1035-3» blocks and cylinder heads; 1932-48 1H ton truck transmissions: 1934-39 rint tear &nri nintan thirW mtmkarl ALEXANDRIA JUNK CO , 400 S. Patrick st., Alexandria, V»., ALex. 3118. —β TOW TRUCK. 3937 Chevrolet, 134V4-inch wheelbase, chassis with Holmes manual erase and cradle: factory-built body; priced ready to go. $675. Call Mr. Hersh. McMA HON CHEVROLET CO., «323 Ga. are. OE. 0100. —β me «ί-ΤΟΝ PICKUP: privately owned. Fo7&F^iJ?25· CtB m 1β1Λο"* MOTORS—New Dodge, Plymoutlrr- all makes, model*, rebuilt, overhauled: guar.: immed. installation. FLEISHER'S OARAOI. «28 Rye at. n.w, NA- 94W, «' TIR1S FOR SALE.. TIRES. β.δΟχιβ; l General. 1 0. 8. Royal, nearly new; 1 new tube; $21 for lot; value, $45. WO. «400 after β. · AUTO PA INT INQ. AUTO PANTING, body and fender work; good work, immed. service: prices very reasonable. 3510 Georgia ave. n.w., Gl. 9842. AUTO PAINTING—Complet» Job, $35 UP: work guaranteed. GILBERT, 4102 Pa. ave. extended s.e., LI. 3630. AUTO PAINTING—Complete Job, $60: »e lect your color; work guaranteed. ADDI SON CHEVROLET, 1522 14th St. n.w., HO. 7500. MOTORCYCLB. INDIAN CHIEF. 1946, red: 1.200 miles. 606 Farragut st. n.w. Randolph 4837. * INDIAN MOTORCYCLB. 4-cyllnder with new side car: low mileage; perfect eomT <θ1§4β: excellent condition: "low! mileage, sacrifiée at $500. 1215 Clifton St. n.w., CO. 2804 —·* ANT ONE CAN RIDE an A. J. 8. or Match less motorcycle to the mountain* or the beach. Easy shifting, eaiy steering, smooth riding, no objectionable noise, no over balanced weight, carry a passenger. ALLIED MOTORCYCLES. 2014 M St. n.w. '42. 74. just overhauled-^at head; can be seen at 2907 Branch ave. s.e. any time: cash, $626. 8· KAR.-DAV. 1940 "61," o.h.v., fully equlp Eed. mostly chrome finish, motor over auled: $575 cash or $275 down. LI. 7°31. 8* HÏDIAN CHIEF 1B37, good running con dltlon. and accessories. Call SL. 1940. TRAIim. TRAILER 1945 M System, private party selling. This trailer Is a real buy and must be sold today. It must be seen to be appreciated. $1,595; down payment $695 We can make arrangement* to have crailer financed for you. Call JA. 1970-M and ask for MRS. FARHOOD. the owner. luxa bo. aise st., Arlington, va. —7 silver DANE 19a» 18-ft. trailer, house ileeps 4; 2 new Goodyear tires Just bought; looks like the day it was bought. Best offer. Must sell. ALex. 5783. 218 X. Nel son eve., Alexandria. Va. · SLEEPS 4 KOZY COACH, 1846. used only few mos., :t rms., 22 It.; elee. refrigera tor, gas store, .water, plenty cabinets. 8 windows, 2 doors, Venetian blinds, drapes; beautiful 8-ply heavy duty tires, never used; elec. brakes. Substantial reduction. Cash or terms. Can Include Vi-acre build ing lot In deal. If you need a home. MR. DICKBY. WA. 1146. 1947 AMERICAN, Howard. Schult. Zim mer and Travelo trailer coaches. Granite luggage trailers and camping trailers. Im med. delivery. Oak Grove Court Trailer, operated by AMERICAN TRAILER CO., INC.. 4 ml. south of Alexandria, on Route 1, Phone OV. 2801. FARM TRAILER. See Mr Keebler. NEW YORK JEWELRY CO., 719 7th St. n.w„ EX. 060(1. r-« TRAILER REPAIRING on any mafce or model: cabinetwork, painting, gas stove conversion; anything you desire; low prices: call us for estimate. U. S TRAILER δlANS CO.. 34 Carroll ave., Takoma Pk.. d. Phone SL. 2657; it no ans., call TO. 5206. —8 TRAILER8. only a few left: solve that housing and vacation problem now: re pair them yourself and save money. U. β. TRAILER TRANS. CO., at New Hampshire ave. extended, at Elton rd., W. w. May's '♦^LIBERTY AND CLIPPER COACHES BOW available: sizes and prices for every need. THE HEETER-WALDEN TRAILS Wash.-Balto. blvd., Berwyn. MAT' NATIONAL TRAILERS. 1947. now on dis play. C. FRED PAINTER. 6009 Baltimore ave.. Rlverdale. Md. Phone WA. 4903. CURTIS WRIGHT—The sensational new all-aluminum luxury clipper, 20 ft., weighs less than 1.500 sounds. Other nationally famous new trailer coaches from $1.295 and up; also Kit Sports master Kamper. "See ABC" TRAILER SALES, INC., υ. β. No. 1, Berwyn, Md. Tower 4949. «n/ttbbnw;ινπ nuuniiiaiiJiiiBO ιυι ι Sast β years. Your bousing problem eu! e settled quicklSr from our several new Unes totaling 14 models. Among these floor plans your needs and desire* can be filled Immediately. Price, SI.89ft t> $3,496 Finance for 2# months if desired. Hlgsine Campers utility trailers and accessories RICHTER TRAILER SALES. U 8. Rout· 1. Berwyn. Md Phone TO. 5035. GMDER HOUSE TRAILERS. 1947 models: immediate delivery: β different sizes some with elec. refgr.. bottled gas: also preway cooking stoves, elec. refgr.. gas cylinders. Nelson dollies, other extra eauipmeut Only Glider makes America's luxury home on wheels. COLIE TRAILER CO.. exclusive Olider dealer. 823a Ga. ave. SL. 2243. Open Sunday and evenings till ». OPEN » A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY and Sun· day; visit our display of home-trailer coaches; you will enloy seeing the new 1947 models. Schult Luxury Liner. Schult Comoder, American, Travelo, Howard A Zlmmer. We can give immediate de livery on tandem and single-axle trail ers, covered in either aluminum or masonite. Come today by streetcar, bu» or auto to AMXRICAN TRAILER CO.. INC., 4030 Wis. ave. n.w. Phone WO. 3231. MOVING AND HAULING made ea«y and thrifty when you rent one of our luggage utility trailers and boat trailers by the day, week or month. AMERICAN TRAIL ER CO.. INC.. 4030 Wisconsin ave. n.w. Phone WO 3231. THE NEW 1947 ALUMINUM Travelhome, sleeps 4; SI.695 delivered, fully equipped. BOULEVARD TRAILER SALES, 9505 Bal timore blvd.. Berwyn. Md.. Tower Λ162. 3-ROOM GLIDER TRAILER, never been on trip; lived in 7 months; perfect condition; can be seen at 321 Greenwood ave.. Ta mr fir*· Μ^ι r AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. ltt-TON, 12-tt. STAKE DUMP; driver and helper. Phone CH. 1958. —β iviiT ABT r rmrrnfiTCYT ioi7 rv·®. S let vans, stakes, oanels and oickups; lor re by day. week or month. PUBLIC SERVICE DRIVE-YOURSELF, ME. 7011. —11 VAN TRUCKS· large or small, jobs: experi enced help: prompt service: rats, rates; local and lona distance. TA. 2937. 7* VETERAN desires household moving, gen eral hauling: vans, stakes, panel»; white help; reas. rates. PR. 8280. Ext. 72. ~ AUTO TRUCKS FOR SALE. CHEVROLET 1941 l1,-4-ton dump; low mileage-good condition; terms arranged. $97£ WA. 6339 into CMC IVi-ton chassis, lust overhauled; fog and spotlights, heater; good shape and tires; $650. Fairfax 135-J-13. β· TRUCK. 1936 1 Vi-ton Reo: new tires an tubes; $475. Call Herndon 259. —8 FORD 1947 1-ton with 3.000 miles, per iect cond WA. 2036. —7 INTERNATIONAL 1938 panel body; equip ped with rack and parts bins lor plumber; $600. Apply 623 H st. n.w. —8 DODGE 1941 Ά-ton stake. ex-Army truck; excel, for llaht haullne. OV. 2177. —6 FORD 1936 panel. $225 1119 59th ave., Hillside. Phone Hillside 1273-R. —10 FORD 1939 truck, l'/j-ton stake body; low mileage, good condition. PL. 0298. 6 PRICES ARE CUT—Late model trucks rg duced 20% or more: vans, stakes, panels; all in perfect show-room condition. AC TION AUTO SERVICE, 719 M St. n.w , NA. «418. —β INTERNATIONAL 1940 Vi-ton panel track: best offer takes It away; good running order. Can be seen at 1123 9th st. n.w. Monday morning. —7 CLEARANCE, we need the space—QMC 1941 lH-tqn van, $700· 1940 OMC 1» ton md. mdsr. $825; 1940 OMC IVi-ton interior van, $800; 1939 GMC van. $475: 1938 QMC IVi-ton van. $425: 1938 OMC IH-ton cargo, $375; 1937 OMC Hi-ton c. and cab.. $450; 1937 OMC lTj-ton van, $375; 1933 OMC 4-ton van. $375; 1944 ÎBC K-7 high-lift 4-ton. $1.575; 1940 Internationa! D-40 high-lift 4-ton. $875. All trucks In rtmniiur emditten Η» »een et 201 Que *t. n.w., Men. through 8at.. MB. 8I8K phone NO. 3311. —IS STATION WAGON. Dodce 1842. metal, paneled type, removable «eat·. excellent condition, motor completely rebuilt; Ï649. ME. 4B31. INTERNATIONAL 1938 li-tgn panel track; $850. BERLO VENDING CO , 51 Κ »t. ».e.. AIL SOST. .—8 CHEVROLET 1840 S-ton panel; recently overhauled and painted; $795. Call Marl boro 3853 or 3618. —1 CENTRAL MOTOR CO.. OMC truck dealer. offers 50 cuaranteed used truck·. Conventional truck·. Pickups—194" Dodte· Panel»—1841 International. 1842 Ford». 1 ^BUikeS—1842 Fords. Chevrolet·. GMCs. Dump»—1842 GMCt. Chevrolet·, Do die». M Tractor·—1848 Chevrolet·. Ford*. Auto C4T^e following «election of Army truck·: 35 truck·, %-ton to fl-ton. 4i4. 6»6._<»*. carcoea. dump, tracter». Paru gd^^Tfcg [ ■AwSMMHU^NÎnSEF *«g«si M delivery. 91 mlSth st. n.wJ Κ 1940 Special 4-door sedan; : . '48 motor, ne» brakes «ad clutch; £& hrîôJ8& e, nTBrt· between 12 and i. OL. 72(10. ikt. 16. —S aiUfUK- œ: êap &™· BOCK 1041 Special Mr. sedan; bûck ftn., r, and h.: motor just recently over hauled» interior and exterior excel.; owner rated car; ;to-day guarantee; $ι,29ί. ΙΛ Ο AN motor CO., 18th and L Mi. n.w. DI. 6800. 5§c?o trade; private owner. Ht 4403 or 6832. Bl'ic* 1M0 Super. 4-door sedan: radio and heater: rood condition; $985. Call Vienna 88-J. —8 buick 104| 4-dr. iedan: radio and heater, excellent condition, new tires; original owner; $1,48». Call «Α. 0854, 1909 M gt£n.v. —12 BCICK 1941 Super 4-door: 2-tone green; —y perfect; new. clutch lust in Car is equipped with radio And fflsT"c.fKv.iSA ïsvr .a BDick 1942 super "81" 4-door sedan; $1.400; radio and heater, and ear in excel, cond. EX. 4445, β a.A. to 4:30 p.m. —7 BUICK 1947 Headmaster: beautiful OOWder blue, .never driven; radio and heater; |£f00 or beat offer below. TA. 9350. · BDICK 1939 Roadmaster; heater and ra Job; bargain at $900. 1, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. _ _ -, Special 4-door, heater, de froster* and other extras; paint is like new: has no dents or scratches; clean as a pin inside: good rubber, perfect me chanically; will sell for $995. WI. 7888. BUCK 1842 Super sedan; radio and S $M. v$h. mt ρ heater, completely overhauled lait mo. Car is In good condition; will sell Tor $675 or best offer under. U. 4238. —8 CADILLAC 1947 Fleetwood tedan: driven only 600 mile»: SS.OOO. If interested. CAdÎllac l»4l 5-pass. club coupe, model βϊϊ r. and h„ black fin.; practically new tires; interior and exterior excel; owner rated car: 30-day guarantee; $2.250. I^fcjAN MOTOR CO., 1111 18th St. n.w., CADILLAC 1841 tedanette "βΐ"; radio and heater; motor completely overhauled. This car Is perfect and beautiful. $1.895; $710 down, balance easy term·. "Bethesea's Biggest, REIN IS MOTOR CO., 7227 Wisconsin ave., OL. 7227. CADILLAC 1941 4-dr. sedan Model 81: r. and h„ hrdramatic drive, beaut, black finish, seat covers tailor made. Car owned by high Govt, official, privately used; In new-car condition; owner-rated car; 30 day cuarantee: $2,860. LOGAN MOTOR CO.. 1111 18th St., DI. 5800. CADILLAC 1939; Fleetwood body; new paint, tires and seat covers; $1,175 or best offer under. 811(0 1940. —β CBEV. 1935 4-door sedan: $250; 1947 inspection approved. Call RA. 0J58 after CHEVROLET 1942* club coupe; beautiful black finish, custom covers and heater: car runs perfect; 1 owner. Only $1,298. cash, trade or terms. "Bethesda'i Big gest," RJCINÈS MOTOR CO., 7227 Wls CtMteT%K^e7tyl.ma»t«r 4-door ae dan; low mileage, extras; $1.950 or best offer under. WO. 8791, 7-9 P.m., 8* CHEVROLET 1947 convertible; battleship tray, completely eauipped, less than 1.000 miles; $2,700. May be seen it 738 15th CHEVROLET 1947 brand-new 2-door se dan; radio, other extras; private owner; $2,096. Call OE. 8811. · CHEVROLET 1947 Pleetmaster: two toned, less than 200 miles, seat covers; $2.100. Phone Sligo 5908. 7· CHEVROLET 1938 4-dr. sedan; radio, seat covers, good tires. $300. Phone CH. 3932. CHEVROLET 1941 Special de luxe coupe: oritlnal black finish, good tires, very clean,» $1,076. UN. 4093. —7 CHEVROLET 1941; overhauled motor and transmission, new clutch and brakes, al most new tires and 5 coats of lacquer; 3-passenger coupe; $1,050 cash. OE. 2357. CHEVROLET 1941 conv. coupe, completely renovated: eauipped with radio, heater, fog lights and backun lights. Priced $1350. TR. 9845, between 3 and 8 n.m. CHEVROLET 1941 2-door Spécial deluxe; r. and h.; excel, cond.; orig. owner; $975. TB. 8978. Eves., AT. 2131. · CHEVROLET 1929 coupe; In good condi tion; new paint; $136 or best offer under. Falls Church 2460-W. —8 CHEVROLET 1942 Special de luxe sedan; radio, heater, 2 new tires; original owner; $1.300. WO. 2107. —7 CHEVROLET 1942 Pleetllne 4-dr. sedan: with heater, new paint job. interior and exterior fine condition: driven by ex ecutive of American Red Cross: owner rated ear, 30-day guarantee: $1,275. munn Μυχυη v>u.· liii ιοω ev. u w.i DI. Λ800. CHEVROLET 1941 club coupe: overhauled, new tire»; $1.150.·,. 10 to 2».p,m. _ CHEVROLET" 1946 4-dr.;.de luxe 2-tone, low mileage, radio, beater, fog llchtc, seat covers; $1,875. 6*1^ OV.^ 3129. CHRYSLER 1941 New Yorker Highland coav. cpe.: 1946 motor, beautiful new up holstery. $130 radio, heater, spotlight. Quid drive and automatic shift, tires like nrtr; $1.850 or best offer under. Du. 2034. CBKIBLEB late 1948 New Yoritar. 4-*door sedan; driven lees than 4ΛΟΟ m5g: eom l^C,W8Ur *U *cct'Mrie7^ *&f-2S'~ ξαχ CHRYSLER. *1941 New Yorker convertible club coupe; radio, heater and vacamatlc transmission: $1,350. ROYAL MOTORS, IS Kennedy st. n.w.. RA. 7720. —7 DE SOTO 1942 4-dr. sed.: dark blue. r. and h., beautiful blue upholatery, excel lent mechanical cond.. perfect body finish; rantee; only $1,195. BEND ALL ieii King st., Alex., Va.,^OvT DODGE 1942 Luxury Uner; fluid drive, r. and h.. beaut, maroon flnlih, two-tone upholstery, tires excel.; owner-rated car: 30-day guarantee: $1,495. LOGAN MO TOR CO., 1111 18th St. n.w., DI. 5800. DODGE 1941 4-door: radio, heater and fluid drive; beautiful black finish and spotless upholstery. Tires good. Priced low for a Quick sale. $1,195: only $400 âown, balance 15 months. "Betheada's lggest." RENES MOTOR CO., 7227 Wis consin ave.. OL. 7227. DODGE 1942 4-door sedan for sale by owner: $1,190 cash. Box 390-C Star. * DODGE 1934 de luxe 4-dr. sedan: me chanically this ear is in wonderful cond., motor perfect, the oriz. black paint ts is immaculate, has free wheeling, fine heater, seat covers and new battery; 46,000 actual ml.; guaran. to pass D. C. inspect.. $385. Call DE. 9780. still attractive; ha« excel, tires, upholstery DODGE 1941 Luxury Liner 4-dr. sedan; black finish, tires excel.; new-car cond.; owner - rated car: 30-day guarantee; $1,195. LOGAN MOTOR CO., 18th and L sts. n.w., DI. 5R00. FIAT (French) 1947 convertible coupe. $1.195; immediate delivery. Also 17 other Imported makes. Miller Motors, 1133 18th St. n.w. RX. 7356. Service and parts. JACK PRY MOTORS, Pry Bldg., 17th and Pa. ave. s.e. —10 FORD new 1947 Fordor Super de luxe V-8; radio, heater, spare tire, windshield washer and underhood light, gun-metal .ro... C1 o-e r.-h «11 Κβ14 FORD 1941 de luxe taxlcab; actual 4.300 miles; $676 cash; r. and h. MI. 8657, 3408 Sherman ave. n.w. 11· FORD 1946 SUDer de luxe For dor; cannot be told from new; full; equipped; $1.788: trade and terme. 8H. 4400, SH. 6632. FORD 1837 Tudor sedan; fair condition; $300 cash. 1725 X St. n.e., MR. CLARK, 6 to 7 p.m. only. —β FORD 1841 Fordor de luxe: immaculate interior. This 1-owner car has had very food care, only $1,085; $385 flown, balance 15 months. "Bethesda's Bin est." REINS MOTOR CO., ι 7227 Wisconsin are., OL. FORD 1837 Tudor sedan, fine all-around condition, elean as new, $550. ALex. 2669. FORD 1838 de luxe coupe: In perfect con dition. If you want a car that has had excellent care, driven only 40.300, with beautiful dark green finish, radio and heater, a car I will personally guarantee, then call TTN. 2308 after 12. $885. · FORD 194ft Fordor sedan, r. and h.. low mileage, $1,685. HODGSS E8SO STA TION. 1400 Maryland ave., n.e. FORD 1836 Fordor sedan; excel, transp.; special price as is, $285. LOGAN MOTOR CO.. 18th and L sW. n.w.. DI. 6800. FORD 1840 super de luxe; new motor Job. 2 new tires. $685. CaU TR. 8876. 1100 11th at. a.·. —6 FORD 1841 Super de luxe coupe: new paint, new Southwind heater, motor lood condition; $860. GC. 4887 after 6 p.m. —7 FORD 1837 club eoupe de luxe; lood con dition. good tires, excellent motor; $376. Call WA. 1778 after 5:30 p.m. FORD 1846 V-8 100 h p. Fordor sedan: fully equipped, driven less than 200 ml.; $1.,50 or best offer under. HI. 0822-W or Box 385-C. Star. ' 8· HUDSON' H-ton pickup truck; low mile age; like new; never titled. Former Hud son dealer, GRADY MOTORS, INC.. 4830 Hampden lane. Bethesda, Md. WI. 7400, 8 til 5:30. * —7 HUDSON 1846 4-dr. sedan, in good shape; $1,600, Call EX. 4860. —7 HUDSON 1838 amall tlx 2-door: one owner since rew. this car is perfect in side and out; $685; will take cash, trade or finance. GRADY MOTORS. 4830 Hampden lane. Bethesda, Md. WI. 7400, 8 'til 6:30. —7 JEEF. sew Willys: can make Immediate delivery on a limited number. 81 HAW KINS. Willys Dealer. 1333-5 14th at. n.w.. DO. 4456 Closed Sundays JEEF. Willys. 1844; excel, condition: $850. AD. 8024. 6· UNCOLN-ZKFHXB 1836 convertible sedan; 1842 motor; radio, heater; white sidewali tires: new top: car in excellent condition: $1,050. Call EM, 1336. —12 MERC CRY 1838 4-door sedan: sealed-beam 1 lints, mi covers; aimoai new οιικπ. brake band* and clutch: 75.000 actual miles: meter and body very good: prie*, SSÉcuÎt' Î8478 5-passe nié?1' club coupe, new. fully equipped, no mileage. 92.380. Trade and tenu. 8H 4400, SU 6632. PACKARD 1937, r. and h., ne» tire* and sut covers, perfect cond. throughout. $«5. Call Β A. 7 266 or RA. 7845 alter β o'clock —10 KAMI 1846 4-dr de luxe sedan; low mSltte; heater, scat covers: ortg. owner; e«W. cond.: *1.605. T*. 1149. —8 NAM LAFAYETTE 1936: beater, new clutch, good tire*, good condition, 9360 cash M». HARDWICK, GB. 5366. —6 OLDS 1940 de luxe 4-dr. sedan: r. and h_. two-tone finish, new tailor-made seat cov ers. Immaculate isalde and outside, tires practically new; owner-rated car: 30-day guarantee: V91.145. LOGAN MOTOR CO.. Ά sedan: good tend.: new tires, motor recently over hauled: $425. ON. 0308. 9 flura 1942 convertible "98": radio, heater Mtftn; $gpo. i >-&f\&£$}&%&:. '.' '■ ·Vi.v'S;/i;: ·\ v:" · · ! CROSS-WORD PUZZLE I «Tomate :ù ubamed J 11 Learned teacher 13 Profession 14 Sudeten attack 15 To baffle 17 fleet 18 Morsel 1» Coarse 20 Chalice 31 Low note 23 Capital of Tunisia 23 To declare positively 24 To perform 25 Nine inches 26 Leaves out 37 To lament 28 Footless animai 29 Fragment 31 Norse deity 32 Paid notice 34 To be restless 35 In error > 36 Artificial language 37 Venomous snake 38 To arrange in decorative _ folds 39 Related 40 Pronoun 41 Apportioned 42 Presently 43 To run away 45 To reveal 47 Stone 48 The same as before VERTICAL·. 1 Size of a book 2 Combined whole 3 Queer 4 Note of scale Is Finnnflfn ΗΒΠΠΙΠ ΗΠΠΗΟα □ Ο Ο β ο rΘΟΟ ΒΗΘΗ BUG ΗΟΡΙΠΟ ΟΟΠ Π01Π ππ ππ Π Ο Γι one □ ποώ η Η □'3 Π QQ □ΠΠΠΘΠ □ΙΟΒΠΠ ππππίππππ '■:;ί •UslSf. ΐ8#?'ΐί ί Β) R[T|T} S; S Everlasting β To accumulate 7 Lodges for the night . 8 Consulted • Spanish for "yes" 10 Defensive head «. covering 11 HSugtrtr 13 Bellows 1β Conceited 19 Son of Venus sian ruler (μ.) as In the midst of 26 To suppose 37 Winged Insect 38 Took u one's own 2» Steadfast 30 Inn 31 Spoken 32 Music: melodious 33 English divine and poet 35 Infolds 38 Prefix: half 39 Nautical mile 41 To rebound 42 Likely 44 Symbol for calcium 46 Eleven Points for Parents ~By EDYTH ™omas WALLACE I "Spoiling" is the result of overindulgence and neglecting to , teach children consideration for others. It is never caused by too much loving, if our love is wisely expressed. Not This &~a> Mother—I love you so. much that I can't let you eat things that are not good for you. . . . When you are naughty it makes me sorry, but I still love you. ι,, M m \iw<y/Î>yi f ' ι ι Mother—I just can't refuse her anything. She rules this household, all right. She knows she can get anything she wants by crying a little. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. OLDSMOBILE 1942 model 70 club sedan; cream tan color, excellent condition, one owner. $1350 or best cash offer under. CO. 0442. OLD8MOBILE 1937 coupe; good paint: reupholstered ; r. and h.; $450. Call SH. 5976. —8 OLDSMOBILE 1937 2-door: ver; neat In appearance and good motor, tires, radio and heater; «750. TA. 9350. 7* PACKARD 1941 Clipper 8-cyIînder. eler tramatlc dutch, overdrive transm., radio, heater: beautilul maroon: private owner; $1.490 Call MR. MALONEY. day SH. 3330; eves. OE. 1231. —β PACKARD 1941 120 4-door sedan; radio, new seat covers, new brakes, new battery. lOtOr completely overhauled 2 mos. ago. Ms car was lormerly owned by general _ C. 8. Army, and has been garage kept. atelk We'. $$&b^ PACKARD 1940 4-dr. sedan; radio, heater, motor reconditioned. * nw Mint job; $1,145 CAPITOL MOTOR CO., BH. 3900, Silver Sprint Packard Dealer, 928 Phila delphia ave. —0 PACKARD 1938 "β" business coupe; new battery, good tires, heater; good run ning condition; $695 cash. 01. 8300, ÏXt. 70. Tto 5:30. —8 PACKARD 1942 Clipper model 160 Sedan, overdrive,, everything original except -tiras, they are practically, new. heavy-duty, é ply: mileage. 38,700, correct; $1,876. TA. 8814. —-β PIERCE-ARROW 1933 sedan; good condi tion: $350 or best offer under. Can be seen at 8501 Oa. ave., Silver Spring, Md. 8 PIERCE-ARROW 1934 seven-passenger se . -J »!.... Α Ο ΛΛΑ aiO.aaa' Ï35". "call δν.~ 09ββΤ PLYMOUTH 1941 station waion: radio and heater: $1,295: can bs financed for IB mn. GRADY MOTORS. 4830 Hamp den lane, Bethesda. Μα. WI. 7400, 9 'til 8:30. —7 PLYMOUTH 1941 Soeclal de luxe 2-door sedan: heater, new tires: excel, cond. throughout: $995. WA. 0780. PLYMOUTH 193Ô two-door sedan: with beautiful new maroon paint lob. excellent mechanical condition: $θβ5. 3240 Pros pect ave. n.w., bet. M and N, off Wis. ave. DE. 1788. —8 PLYMOUTH '39 aedan: new seat covers, good tires. 2 new: heater; good condition: $760. RE. 2727. 33 H. Y. ave. n.e. 8· PLYMOUTH 1940 de luxe 3-pass. coupe: beaut, black fin., heater; motor just over hauled. tires excel.: owner-rated car: 30 day guarantee; $995. LOGAN MOTOR CO., 18th and L aU. n.w , DI. 5800. PLYMOUTH 1940 da luxe 2-dr.; heater, black fliiu interior and exterior excel., tirea in One condition: owner-rated car; 30-day guarantee: $1,045. LOGAN MO TOR CO.. 18th and L ats. n.w. DI. 5800. PLYMOUTH 1941 Special de luxe 2-door sedan; radio and heater; motor recently overhauled; private owner, $850. Call RA 1230 PLYMOUTH 1041 Special De Luxe 4-dr. sedan; radio, heater; excellent condition; $895. Call Rockvilla 3916. —6 PLYMOUTH 1941 owner-rated de luxe 4 door sedan; excellent condition through out: $1,195. LOOAN MOTOR CO., Ford dealers, 2017 Va. «ve. n.w., MX. 2816. —5 PONTIAC 1846 8-cyI. Torpedo: 7.000 miles, radio, neater, backup light, seat covers; perfect condition, $2,200·. yx PONTIAC 1947 convertible; Ught green, t. and h . defroster: actual mileage ox. not a scratch: $2,600: trade not neceaaary. but will accept clean used ear. MR. ΡΟββϊΤΤ, OV 3444 —11 PONTIAC'1942 "β" 2-dr. sed : under-eat heater and defroster, seat covers, dark green: 1 owner; car very clean, excellent mechanical condition, 30-day guarantee; only $1.195. BENDÀLL PONTIAC, 1611 King st., Alex.. Va., OV. 1600. —12 PONTIAC 1947 4-door Torpedo; radio, heater, seat covers, fog lights, spot light, other extras: 1,500 miles; $2,500. Your car In trade. Box 357-D. Star. —6 PONTIAC 1940 4-door aedan; radio, heater, seat covers: owner; $1,000 or best offer under. HI. 0652-W, 1500 52nd ave. s.e. 6 PONTIAC 1947 Streamliner "6": radio, beater, test covers and all extras; canary yellow color; driven 2.800 miles: private owner; $2.500. Telephone EX. 7017 be tween 9 am., and 5 p.m. —10 ΡΩΝΤίΛη 1940 de luxe 4-dr. sedan: heater. beaut, green nn., excel, tires, mecnamcaiiy good cond ; owner-rated car; 30-day guar antee; $995. LOGAN MOTOR CO , 18th and L sts. n.w. DI. 6800. BOCKNE 193" 4-door sedan; radio and heater; 4 new tires, new éeat covers, new battery; clean Inside: new paint; motor excel.; $250 AT. 8312. —11 8TUDEBAKER 1940 Commander cruising sedan; in good condition : offered to you by owner leaving District! price· $933. Call WO. 4009. —8 8TUDEBAKEB 1940 4-door sedan; heater, excellent condition mechanically and other wise; 1700. Bee at 2240 Penn. ave. s.e. after 4 p.m. 7* WILLYS civilian ieep 1946 · 8.000 mile», in excellent condition; original owner; Price, $1,195. WA. 8140. —8 WILLYS 1936 business coupe, pasaed '47 O. C. Insp., radio, sealed beams, good cond,; must sell today. $200 or best offer under. 5716 32nd ft. n.w.. KM. 9186. THE CLEANEST CABS COME FROM JET. 1946 Hudson 4-dr.. r. and h. $2,095 1941 Hudson "6" eonv. cm. cpe,. h. 1.296 1941 Dodge cpe.. fld. dr.. r. and h. . m life Jg£» IHfr 1939 Chev. M. de luxe 4-dr.. r., h. 1839 BulcJt Spec. 4-dr., r. and h. 1939 Stude. Comm. club aed., h 1939 De Soto 2-door. r. . 1939 Chev. 2-dr„ r. and h. 1938 Plymouth 4-dr- h. 1938 F<ord "85" cpe, ... 1936 Pontiac "β" 4-dr.*. and h. ,Q,6 Terraplane cpe. ' ■ i» 1945 Chev."%-ton pickup ... 1.345 If you want a clean car, eome to JWt MOTOR SALES. 2719 Nichols ave. s e . u. 033ti. opposite at. Elisabeths Hospital. 8* FOB SALE, used taxJeabf. 1941-1942 Plymouth* and Chevrolet s, $400 to $700. Call AD. 3491. —11 ■CICE 1942 sedanette; r. and h...$1,495 Ford 1939 station wagon 960 Chevrolet 1940 sution wacon 995 Hudson 1942 *-doer: r. andh. . 1,195 CENTRAL MOTORS CO., 3200 Lee hW7.. | Arlington. Va. CH. 7000. Αξ MJtYICK, 3rd and M sta. n.«. *38 Ford •41 C&evnlti'ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ Wa also buy cars; to» price*. LU. 1: i AUTOMOBILES rOK 5ALE (Cent.) HILL * TIBBITTS— 1941 Fontlac sed. coe., r. and h. . SI.360 1941 Mercury 2-dr. sed., r. and h.. 1,149 1941 Pontiac 4-dr. sed., r. and h. . l,29.j 1940 Plymouth 2-door, heater , 945 1941 Buick 4-dr. Spec. sed. 1,329 ÎSÎJ ¥eTc^TJ station wagon; r., h. 1,395 1941 Bulck Spec. «ta. wu., r. and h. 1,495 1941 Ford bus. cpe.. r. and h. 1.095 1946 Buick Roadmaster 4-dr., r.. h„ seat cover» . . 2.850 1948 Pontiac 2-dr. sed.,· r; and h. 1,950 1941 Buick Super r.onv.'i, afld h. 1.495 All cars carry a guarantee. 1114 Vt. aye. n.w.. NA. 985C. . -π·.· ■—γ a·**». ctouv. 1941 D« Soto 4-dr. imL 194β Ford Fordor s«d. 1,798 1938 Plymouth 4-dr. ledan 695 1946 Ford Tudor . ... - 1.750 CAMPBXLL AUTO 8ALBS, 50 Mast. avt. njr,^AT~5310. —7 AUTOMOBILP WANTED. KSJR «tert tood cash price. AL.. 8743. —10 t. very VETERAN. Just out of Marine Corns, needs Ϊ new car te secure job. ÉL: 4871, up until ; CONVENIENT—We pay ton prlcea for est cash pilars ; any y ear" and~âny moîiï. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. are at WANTED—We will pay the ! highest cash dollars: any rear, an; model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. Hi at PLYMOUTH ' WANTED-^-We wul par tne: highest cash dollars; any year, any model. I WILLIAMS ADTO SALES. 1. I. ave. at1 20th St. n.e.. AD 8.144. FOKDS WANTED—We will Day the hlchest, cash dollars: any year and any model. I WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. ^t 20th st. n.e.. AD. 8;i4: BUICKS WANTED—We will pay the high est cash dollars', any year and any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. are. at20th st. n.e.. AD. 834Ί. FOR EXPORT, 100 cars wanted now: tt is urcent that we secure theee cars lmmed.; price is no object. Call AD. 8346. CASH for your Nash, also any other make; highest prices paid. WILLIAMS & BAKER. 281 β M «t. n.w., HO, 8700. SELL OR TRADE YOUR CAR at Horner's Corner. STANLEY H. HORNER. Buick. Fla. ave.. 6th to 6th sts. n.e.. AT. 0464. IMMEDIATE CASH, no red taoe or hatgling—We need AO clean ors right away and will Pty more than your car Is worth it can be had right now. RHODE ISLAND MOTOR CO.. 1020 Rhode Island ave. n.e. Phone MI. 077«. BUICKS, Cnevrolets, Fords. Pontiaca or any make of car that has had good care. We need them and the highest market price. SI HAWKINS. 1333 14th FIRST VALUE Vsed cars. WHEELER, INC.. Chrysler-Plymouth dealei. 4800-4820 Wis consin. EM. 4800, 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. SELL TOUR NEW OR USED CAR lor the highest cash dollar to the COLIE MOTOR OO., 8332 Georgia ave., silver Bprlnr· SL cisk FOR TOUR CAR—Fords, Chevrolet» and Plymouth*. Phone Atlantic 5800. 8TÊDART MOTORS. 3rd and H sts. n.e. CHEVROLET»—case tor ycui car. no iaa tape^ BCHUpXL $ OQLDKN. 247 Carroll aίο lor you *rt?DaSU>I bonest app« Dftr: BBVffT frtrt nmm . dm . cVj-no_ ree lap*· Carroll «t., (la 3300 lies !-«WW8 ι*· η, MÔVTt-cZb ?όΤ tape SCHLKGKL & OOl •t.. Taken* Park. O. C. Qeor... 0CO.!" iff Rhode Island ave n.e.; open 9 a.m. to W I; WANT CAM UGAKDLESS OP Ρ BICE —Don t trado on a new ear or «eù to any one until you get our big price·. Meed lOti ear»—1886 to 1948 Absolutely high cash ErJ "JHSl· ^^0Cx^œ«toOTafAe?: elusive used-ear dealers. See Mr. Barnes Jor appraisal. All casta or certified cheek. Op,1/ ®pe locauon. Drive in open tot. 1300 14tn, corner Ν st. n-w Open 8:30 to 5. £»««? »" si>r.iv <VlU North "I J CASH AT ONCE — Top - dollar prices at coast-In pontiac. 407-423 PiwidaarV n.e. AT. 7200. Open evenings 1 WILL PAY ALL CASH for clean ears, newor used. Call us today or drive by. ?d n e TRT^?y^''*' 1**° Bennini DON'T SELL YOUR CAB or truck until you know the right price through the ,ssr jas, 'L?T. Old* or uw»· bwu vm*u vat· χ«ο«·ιη4 moan, can pay all cash. Call OR. 3348. —10 CADILLACS wanted: will pay ht*h dollar liê»eury _d«al«r, 4S20 Hampden lane. Be ■ CASH PRICE for old can. OX. 2471, after β p.m. —1 β nniANI—Position requires Immédiat* purchase of dependable used ear; prater Ford, Chevrolet or Plymouth: win pay all cash. HO. «079, days; WO. 0280. eves. SEE Γ» BEFORE YOU SILL. POHANKA ^VISi LATI fc%3E>JS: dition. WÏÏ1 pay cash. OR. 3233. —β evrolet, Plymouth Pontlac. Have cash. . war FORD. Cfcert •40, ·41. or '45. flûHNÏsSiïÀN m*ds°<iatMtr' model sedan or convertible today; payint cash. Call EX. 4249 days; OL. 8272, β to 10 p.m. BL1CK OS CADILLAC, serviceman. will pay p.m. , a"jiiSiKs ■5 14th st. n.w.. ted floor. 8· to private owner &φ/ψί «»r «vJaWe important ^^mor· Goren on Bridge Botta.ful&erafcli. North de*)·. "1 *K63 <?»3 Ο AQ J1Θ95 f • Q 4 * 1053 N *Qi«7 94 w , - 9Qê«» OKS760-W + * Oil *97633 β *J108 é A J4 9 AK J1073 0 4 *AK5 The bidding: - North East South Wert 1 o Peas 3 9 Peas 3 0 Pass 4 no tramp Pass 50 Pan 7<? Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Three of clube. Tabulated rules for taking finessee would be soothing ointment tor the wounded bridge player, were It not (or the occasional appearance of the By, in the form of an exception to the general rule. A primary guide for the declarer whn in wmtemnlat. «I J Ing a finesse, is not to take It rib thai Diet round If it may conveniently be postponed until later In the play., this is sound advice, in pursuance: ut which the careful player when' finessing to capture an adverse queen, will first place the aee or ting, on the off chance of felling a lingleton queen. But even to this elementary proposition, there are exceptions based on common sense. A word regarding the bidding, fhe first round was orthodox enough, if you are willing to accept North's opening bid without a quar rel. It is at once apparent that South will settle for no leas than ι slam and the immediate slam sig nal, a jump of two hearts, is in jrder. North, of course, rebld the llamonds and then out came Souths trusty Blackwood, a pointless ges ture if ever I saw one. As I view :t, South's purpose was to ascertain vhether his partner held two aces so that he could announce an im jerfect deck. There could be little i ioubt that North, to Justify a vul- i lerable opening, had the ace of dla nonds. Furthermore, assuming that ill the aces and king are accounted, or, there is still the matter of the tueen of hearts with which to be ioncerned. A grand slam contract, acklng that card, is a hazardous nethod of trying to put up some fting for the winter. i club in bis own hand. With five ; rumps missing, he realised that fte best percentage play to capture ihe queen was the finesse. However, ie had been told not to finesse on ;he first round, if such action could ie conveniently postponed until a ater stage. So he first played thç ting of hearts to protect against a singleton queen In Wesfs hand. He ;hen crossed to dummy and tried the finesse which succeeded, but when West showed out 14 was im possible to pick up the trumps. Proper technique calls Jor a first round finesse of the hearts. The Snesee cannot be conveniently post poned, for It may be necessary to re peat the process if East has four trumps, in which case dummy will require two finessing cards. The play of a high trump first wastes one of these. Had dummy originally held three hearts declarer's play would have been sound. Perhaps a simpler way to calcu late the probabilities is this: If West holds a singleton, it may be ;he queen, the eight, the six, the Five, or the four. In one of these :ases the play of the high trump 5rst will succeed (where the single ton is the queen) in the other four, ι first-round finesse is required. ··.< (Copyright. 1947. by Chtrle» H. Ooren.) v Take My Word for It By Frank Colby PESKY PERSONAL PRONOUNS. Of the eight parts of speech, the jesky personal pronouns are, with >ut doubt, a stumbling block be ,'οηα- compare, we find tue pro iouns misused in some amazingly ligh places—by college graduates, jy teachers, by radio commentators 3f good education. In « recent iddress, the president of a large jniversity several times confused I and me, we and us, he and him. I have found mat the personal; pronouns will cause no trouble at' ill if we drop the grammatical lingo md explain the pronouns in plain and simple language, thus: (X) These are the acting pro nouns: I, you, he, she, we, they. (2) These pronouns are acted upon: me, you, him, her, us, them. Keep these two simple facts in mind: Hie pronouns in group one create action; the pronouns in group two receive action. For ex ample: Acting pronouns: He and I went* to town. You and she are tardy. We and they disagree. Acted upon pronouns: The fall hurt him and me. The teacher corrected you and her. John dis agreed with us and them. The* postman had letters for you and me. t Now let us use acting pronouns and acted upon pronouns in tlx same sentence: , He and I spoke to him and her She invited us boys. He and she waved to my wife and me. He anfL she dislike you and me. We Amer icans like the French, and they like us Americans. Word Game Find 40 or more common English words in ν η ju ifi il b σ ο, Meaning, "quietneefc, qpmpoeure" Average mark is 37 word*. Time limit, 30 minutes. Rule· of the came—1. Word» mutt be >f lour or more letter*. 2. Word* which kcqulre four letter» by the addition of such a* "b*ti," "esta," «re not used 3. Only one form of * word is used. 4. Proper lames are not used. A list will be pub lshed tomorrow. ψ ί Answer to ENUNCIATE. ■* eaten nuance euneate scent enact unite !n*ne sun» ennui untie innate tannie entice unit acne teen neat cane acute nice cant ancient niece cent antie nine cite ante < BOBBY SOX tîiss tune tun1