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Waterfront Prop, for Sale (Can't).
I*KE JACKSON, 32 ml. D.~C.—Attric
tively furn. lake-side cabin, on large
wooded lot, pine-paneled liv. rm . fireplace,
bath, bedrm , electricity, canoe; $3,300.
HO 0416. —17
BAY RIDGE, near Annapolis—This bay
front, all-yr.-round home, in a setting
of shade trees, has the conveniences of a
town house: 1st floor, large porch (screened
and glass-inclosed), liv. rm.. dining rm.,
kitchen, lge. pantry, bedrm.. V* bath,
servant’s rm. and lge. rear screened porch: i
2nd fl.. 4 bedrms. and bath: attic is insu-j
lated over fl. and ceiling, weather-stripped: ,
basement with oil heat; 2-car garage and
2 shower bath houses, completely furn..
, redecorated, and ready for immediate oc
cupancy: terms. Can be inspected at any
time. Please call OR. 4232. or Annapolis,
Bay Vista 3341 —18
ST. MARYS COUNTY, on the Bw: beauti
ful wooded waterfront lot. 50x125 ft., near
Ridge. Md.. 11 mi. south of Naval Base.
Ashton 5128 —17
LONG BEACH—Special invitation. Spend
the day and leisurely inspect the beach
you have dreamed about. Get away from
Washington heat. Bath houses and picnic
tables for our guests. Visit Long Beach,
reMrioted summer residential colony. 47
miles from D. C.. on open Chesapeake Bay
All the advantages you wish at reasonable
prices and terms Completed new houses,
lotv and acreage. Drive 8 mi es south of
Prince Frederick on Solomons Island rd.,
turn left at St Leonard, follow signs to
Long Beach office on the bay. Office
open every day. •
« OF THE BEST Woodland Beach lots,
on a sandy point, water on 3 sides; excel
lent beach, less than 30 miles D. C. SH.
2<»43. —17
LGE. WATER-fRONT LOT. directly facing
Chesapeake Bay—Fine shade, wide sand
beach, excellent bathing, boating, etc.;
sacrifice, $975. worth twice. Call WA.
3466. —17
SCIENTISTS CLIFF. Port Republic, Md—
A 65-cottage bay colony for college grad
ual professionals, with real restrictions in
deeds: wooded lots for sale: natural beach,
sloning sandy bottom for best swimming,
cliffs and streams: not a public beach but
qualified parties invited to bring lunch
and spend day to see it: 4.6 mi. beyond
Prince Frederick: circular on request.
Information some nights. AT. 0651.
BAY RIDGE, 3 brand-new’ homes, compl.
electric kitchen, oil heat, insulated for
year-round living: 2 bedrms.. excellent
closet space; lot 50x150: price. $8,760.
Brokers protected. Call MR. BERGER.
EM. 8100. —17
BANCROFT SHORES offers for sale—5-rm.
rustic cottage with 2 acres of ground:
pri^e. $8,500.
For rent—8-ioom brick, year-round
manor house: 5-room cottage with pier.
For sale—Wooded surveyed sites from
\'2 acre to as many acres as you person
s ly request, surveyed on this beautiful
750-acre estate, covered with majestic
tall timbers: located on beautiful St. Leon
ard’s water, in historical Southern Calvert
County. Md., only 50 miles from Wash.;
Drices range from $500 up: available for
your use, a 75-ft. pier, two protected deep
harbors, fine stable for your horses, miles
leading Washington builder will erect your
home immediately: restricted. Inspect this
unique development and drive to Bancroft
Shores, through Upper Marlboro. Rt. 4,
turn right on Solomons Island rd., Rt. 416,
continuing on Rt 2. through town of
Prince Frederick, to Bancroft, watch for
signs. Representative on property at all
st. n.W/. NA. 4483._—17._
REAL WATER FRONT; nicely furn.: beau
tiful plot fenced: reasonably priced. Also
lets on easy terms. Inquire MANN SPAN
ISH COTTAGE. Deale. Md. —17
and farms on the South River or Chesa
peake Bay. Before you buy or sell, contact
Mr Merle at Edgewater Beach (Shady Sec
tion) Annap. 5433. MYRTLE A. WEADON
CO.. DI. 4854. I 17*
W’OODLAND BEACH—Beautiful brick bun
galow. beach No. 1 : brick garage: lot lOOx
10(1; water from well; knotty-pine liv. rm..
d*n, kitchen, bath with linoleum, 1 large
rm. upstairs, finished. WM. H. BOAZE.
3408 18th st. n.e., MI. 8241; eves., MI.
021 2. _
bathing, boating, fishing, ideal for couple
to operate farm resort. GE. 2345. —20
Cottage for rent, beginning Aug. 23, by
week: others available some weeks Sept.;
rentals restricted to college grad profes
sionals; natural sandy bay beach: colony
of 65 cottages. Information starting Mon
day. Atlantic 0651. —17
COLONIAL BEACH. VA.—Small cottage
available August 23. EM. 7995. —17
COTTAGE—300 ft. waterfront, beautiful
grounds on private cove off bay, avail. Aug.
*5: $35 wk- AD._6817._17*
BAY-FRONT COTTAGE, sandy beach.
a,m.i.; up to $50; 2 adults, child, baby;
Sept. 8-14. DE. 3153. —17
COTTAGE, a.m.i.. Breezy Point, 4 adults;
Aug. 29-Sept. 5. GE. 1852. —17
WANTED—Cottage at beach for week of
August 23 through 29. AD. 8069, or write
Box 09-Z. Star. 18*
FROM OWNER, a lot or cottage in North
Beach. Address JOHN McMAHON. North
Beach. Md.i_i*
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON. auctioneers
—Retiring from business sale of restaurant
and bar. furnishings and equipment,
booths, cash register, fans; by auction at
100 G st. n.w.. Monday. August J8th. 10
a m. Eight mirrored walnut booths with
Formica tables, mirrored back bar and bar
counter to match, beer dispenser, National
cash register. Formica tables. Bentwood
chairs, pedestal, oscilating and exhaust
fans, counter stools, bottle cooler, steam
table- Prigidairf refrigerator, modern gas
water heater, meat block, gas range, triple
sink, aluminum trays, china, glass, silver,
plated- ware, neon sign, etc. Terms: Cash.
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON. auctioneers.
—Court trustee’s sale of valuable detached
frame bungalow. No 4722 47th st. n.w.—
By virtue of an order of the District Court
of the United States for the District of
Columbia, in Civil Action No. 29532, the
undersigned trustee will sell by public auc
tion in front of the premises on Thursday,
The "1st day oi August, 194,. at 4 o ciock
P.M.. the following-described real estate
in the City of Washington District of
Columbia, to wit: Lots 25 and 26 in Square
1538. Terms of sale. Property will be
sold subject to a trust of $3,750 at AVz*fe
due August 5. 1948. Over and above
said trust—cash. A deposit of $500 re
quired of purchaser at time of sale. All
conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps
and notarial fees at cost of purchaser.
Terms to be complied with within thirty
days from day of sale, otherwise :he'
trustee reserves the right to resell the|
property at the risk and cost of the de-j
faulting purchaser, after five days adver
tisement of such resale in some newspaper
published in Washington. D. « C. (S)
RICHARD L. TEDROW. Trustee. Columbian!
Attorneys. 810 18th St. N.W.
States for the District of Columbia, I
Holding a Probate Court—Estate of Wil- !
liam Rosenberg. Deceased.—No. HO.150.
Administration Docket 14H.—Application
having been made herein for probate of the
last will end testament of said deceased,
and for letters testamentary on said estate,
bv Dorothy Allen Rosenberg, it is ordered
this 7th day of August. A.D. 1947. that
Harry Rosenberg, minor, and Eula Rosen
berg. Custodian, nonresidents, and all
others concerned, appear in said Court on
Monday, the 15th day of September, A.D.
1947, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., to show cause
why such application should not be
granted. Let notice hereof be published in
the "Washington Law Reporter" and "The
Evening Star.’’ once in each of three suc
cessive weeks before the return day herein
mentioned, the first publication to be not
less than thirty days before said return
day. Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA .T.
LAW’S. Chief Justice of said Court, this
7th day of August. A.D. 1947. (Seal.) At
test: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Reg
1.«ter of Wills for the District of Columbia,
Clerk of the Probate Court. au9.1H.23.
M. PEARL McCALL. Attorney,
707 Hihbs Building.
States for the District cf Columbia.
Holding Probate Court.—No. H9.487. Ad
ministration.—This is to Give Notice:
That the subscriber, of the State of Mary
land. has obtained from the Prebate Court
of the District of Columbia. Letters of
Administration on the estate of Vener
Frederick Foss, also known as. Vener F.
Foss and V. F. Foss, late of the District of
Columbia, deceased All persons having
claims against the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with the
the subscriber, on or before the 16th dav
of July. A.D. 1948: othe-wise they may
by law be excluded from all benefit of said
estate. Given under mv hand this 16th
day of July. 1947. VENER F. FOSS.
Jr.. 8517 58th Ave.. Berwyn Hats.. Md.
(Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES.
Deputy Register ol Wills for the District
of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court.
au2,9.16_•_ _____
Investment Building.
Stales for the District of Columbia.—
Holding Probate Court.—No. 68.665. Ad
ministration.—This is to Give Notice:
That the subscriber, of the District of Co
lumbia has obtained from the Probate
Court of the District of Columbia, Letters
Testamentary on the estate of William
Patrick Fanning, 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 15th day of
July. A.D. 1948; otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all benefit of said
estate. Given under my hand this 15th
day of July. 1947. MARY A. FANNING.
2006 M Street. N.W. (Seal.) Attest:
MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register of
Wills for the District of Columbia, Clerk
tf the Probate Court._au2.9.16.
ARTHUR C. ELGIN. Attorney,
800 r Street, N.W.
States for the District of Columbia.—
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of
Harry Buchanan Cuthbertson. also known
as Hany B. Cuthbertson and H. B. Cuth
bertson. Deceased —No. 69.505. Adminis
tration Docket 147.—Application having
been made herein for probate of the lest
will and testament of said deceased, and
for letters testamentary on said estate, by
Charles Wesley Cuthbertson. it is ordered
this 31st day of July. A.D. 1947. that
Renee 'Cuthbertson and all olhers con
cerned. appear in said Court on Monday, the
8th day of September. A D 1947. at 10:00
o'clock A M to show cause why such
application should not. be granted. Let
notice here of be published in the "Wash
ington Law Reporter" and "The Evening
Star.” once in each of three successive
weeks beiore the return day herein men
tioned. the first publication to be not less
then thirty days before said return day.
Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA J LAWS.
Chief Justice of said Court, this 31st day
ef Jtly. A.D. 194 7. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN
j MARQUES. Drnuty Register of Wills for
the Dls'rlct of Columbia, Clerk of the
Erobatt Court. . au2,9,16.
»H Shorehnm Bldg., Wash. B, D. C.
Filed July 31. 1847 Charles E. Stewart
United States for the District of Colum
tiff. vs. JULIA G. CALLAHAN, etal.De
fendants —No. C. A. 3516-47.—The object
of this suit is to oartition certain real
estate located in the District of Columbia.
lcnS?»n as Lot ’‘F” in-Dove 4tnd Brown’s
.Subdivision in Square numbered One Hun
ted and Twenty (120). as oer plat re
corded in the Office of the Surveyor of the
P«AtriCat».of Columbia in Liber B. at folio
IV BT°J£cr^i,se ^nown as premises 1921 G
St N.W.. Washington D C.: to have a
trustee appointed for the purpose of mak
,sale said land and premises,
to make a division of the money among the
parties entitled thereto, and for general
IV'n. On motion of the plaintiff, it is tMs
jlst day of July. 1947. ordered that the
defendant Mary Fullerton Boswe 1. a", in
fant c/o Mrs H. Sendral. Port au Prince
Ha’ti cause her appearance to be entered
y rein on or before the fortieth day. exclu
sive of Sundays and le**al holidays. recur
rln?. °f the first pub'ication
of this order: otherwise the cause will be
proceeded with as in case of d-fuu't Pro
vided. a cupy of this order be published
cnee a week for three successive weeks in
Tie Washington Law Reporter, and The
Evening Stir Newspaper b fore said day.
(Sea! ) Attest: CHARLFS E. STEWART.
Clerk. By ELEANOR E. JOBE. Deputy
Clerk.___am 6.73.30.
MILTON DUNN, .BOB Colorado Bldg
Filed July 31, 1947. Charles E. Stewart.
United States for the District of Colum
bia—In re: Application of Alvin Grc-n
berg, Pauline Elizabeth Greenberg. For
Change of Name.—CIVIL ACTION NO
3116-47.—Alvin Greenberg and Pauline
Elizabeth Greenberg, having filed a Com
plaint for a judgment changing their
name to Alvin Clark Greene and Pauline
Elizabeth Greene and having applied to
the Court for an Order of Publication of
the notice reoulred by law in such cases,
it is. by the Court, this 31st day of July,
1947. ORDERED that all Persons con
cerned show cause, if any there be. on
or before the 30th day ol August. 1947,
why the prayers of said Complaint should
not be granted: Provided, that a copy of
this order be published once a week for
rhree consecutive weeks before said day In
Evening Star NewsDaper and the Wash
ington Law Reporter. (S.) EDWARD M.
CURRAN. Justice. (Seat) A True Copy.
ELEANOR E. JOBE. Deputy Clerk
WM. T. FACE. Attorney. '
808 H Street, N.E.
I States for the District of Columbia,
Holding Probate Court.—No. 69.493, Ad
ministration. — This is to Give Notice:
That the subscriber, of the State of Mary
land has obtained from the Probate Court
of thp Dist.rirt. nf fnlnmhia
Letters of Administration on the estate
of Joseph Martin Vvei-ver. late of the State
of Maryland, deceased. Al! 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 16th day
of July A.D. 1948: otherwise they may
by law be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Given under my hand this
I loth day of July. 1947. CATHERINE V
i WEAVER. 3802 37th ave.. Cottage City;
Mrt (Seal.) Attest. MELVIN J. MAR
QUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the
District of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
I Court._au2,9,16
Earle Building.
States for the District of Columbia,
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of Adele
B Gannon, Deceased.—No. 67,859 Ad
ministration Docket 143. — ApplicaMon
having been made herein for probate of
the last will and testament of said de
ceased. and for letters of administration,
c.t a. on said estate, by Andrew J. Gan
non it is ordered this 14th day of August.
A.D. 1947. that Robert King, jr.. Paul
King, Louis King and Mrs. Helen Rollman
and all others concerned, appear in said
Court on Monday the 22nd day of Sep
tember. A.D. 1947, at 10:00 o’clock A.M..
to show cause why such application should
not be granted Let notice hereof be pub
lishcd In the ’ Washington Law Reporter”
i and ' The Evening Star,” once in each of
I three successive weeks before the return
day herein mentioned, the first publication
to be not ess than thirty days before said
d?y-. Witness, the Honorable BO
LITHA J LAWS. Chief Justice of said
! Court, this 14th day of August, A.D. 1947.
'(Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES.
Deputy .Register of Wills for the District
I of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
au l q.2.1,30
FREdTjTgEIGER. Attornly.
•Ml Bond Bids.
Filed Aug 13, 1947. Charles E. Stewart,
United States for the District of Colum
Je:, JOSEPH BITTONI. Patient -
Mental Health No. 26.161.—ORDER NISI
Bittoni. committee, having reported the
sale of lots 827 and 829. square 1451, in
the District of Columbia, to Lottie J
Beilstein and Fred B. Beilstein for the
sum of $1,100.00. all cash, less a real
estate broker's commission of $55 00, net
ting $1,045.00, it is by the Court, this
l.ith day of August, 1947 ORDERED. That
the said sale be ratified and confirmed,
unless cause to the contrary be shown
or a higher offer acceptable to ttfe Court
5* ma.Se;^2 or before the 20th day of
August, 1941, at 10 o'clock A M., in Mo
tion s Court, at which time objections to
said sale will be heard and higher offers
considered; provided a copy of this Order
be published once in The Evening Star
and once in The Washington Law Re
porter at least ten days prior to the said
last .mentioned date. IS.) EDWARD M
CURRAN. Justice. (Seal.I A True Copy
CLARA F. CONNELL. Deputy, Dierk,
EDNA J. SHEEHY, Attorney,
1861 Redwood Terrace N.W.
States for the District of Columbia,
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of An
Vj , ; . uctcascu.—no. os.niw,
Administration Docket 145.—Application
having been made herein for probate of
the last will and testament of said de
ceased, and for letters testamentary on
said estate, by Edna J. Sheehy, it is
ordered this 14 th day of August, A. D.
1941. that Frank S. Sheehy. also known
as Francis S. Sheehy. and all others con
cerned. appear in said Court on Monday,
the 22nd day oi September. A. D. 1947.
at 10:00 o’clock A.M.. to show cause why
such application should not be granted
Let notice hereof be published in the
••Washington Law' Reporter” and “The
Evening Star.” once in each of three suc
cessive weeks before the return day herein
mentioned, the first publication to be
not less than thirty days before said re
turn day. Witness, the Honorable BO
LITHA J. LAWS, Chief Justice of said
Court, this 14th day of August. A. D. 1947
Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Register of
Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probate Court.an 1 H.23.30
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COMPLETE JOB, $35 up: work guaran
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AUTO PAINTING, any color. $35. Work I
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carry a Urge stock (?f good-quality seat
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flt other models of General Motors cars.
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TWO MODEL A MOTORS, rear end ton j
and one-hali mode: A transmission; also i
heads for diiierent motors, one hoist,
etc. 716 Division ave. n.e. 17*
MOTORS, transmission, ignition; free ac- i
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vice. FLEISHER’S GARAGE, 426 Eye
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NATIONAL TRAILERS, 1947. now on dis
play C FRED PAINTER, 600!) Baltimore
ave.. R.vtrdale. Md Phone WA. 4903.
ened rent rise. Maryland's largest trailer
coach dealer invites your inspection of
their outstanding variety of trailer homes
in aluminum and masonite constructed by
America’s leading manufacturers (new.
$1,205 uv). Also good used models.
Prices and sixes to meet every need. Also
Higgins campers and utility traiiera.
Berwyn. Md. Phone TO. 5035.
GUDER. 1947—Announcing the arrival of
the new Glider house trailer, all alumi
num. just as complete as any home, large
or small. C.h.w.. ige refgr.. bottle-gas
stove with oven, oil heat, shower and
flush toilet built in. otner models with
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new Glide/ COIIE TRAILER CO.. 8200
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MOVING AND HAULING made easy and
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Spartan Manor, aluminum, channel-type
ribs and exterior, making U America's best
towirg trailer coach (only one manufac
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floors thoroughly insulated. Elec, refg..
apt.-size bottled gas stove. BOULEVARD
TRAILER SALES. U S. Route 1, Berwyn.
Md. Tel Tower 6162 Only authorized
dealer bet Baltimore and Richmond.
NEW MIDCO TRAILERS. $605 to $750
This lightweight snort trailer will sleep
4, streamlined 11-ft. aluminum body, in
sulated. cut your vacation cost in hall
and be assured of a place to eat and sleep;
i on display on 2nd ave. and ColesvIUe rd .
Silver 8pring. Md., SH. S556 or SL. 2236.
|_TRAILERS (Coitf.),_
! LAN DO LA de luxe trailer, 26 ft.;
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LT. LAMPMAN, Canary Trailer Camp.
Route No. 1. Berwyn, Md. —17
sportsman. $825; ready to go.
5th and Pla. ave. n.e., FR. 1221. Open
eves, ’til 8 p.m. —17
4-WHEEL heavy-duty dolly, with nth
wheel, for low bed trailer. Call SL. 6600.
A SELECTION of the finest home trailer
coaches built. There trailers now avail
able. Howard. Schult. Zimmer. American
and Travelo. Trailer parts and acces
sories. bor.tle gfs Moves and fittings.
Open daily and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Wisconsin ave. n.w. Phone WO. 3231.
DUO. 1940. 28 ft., refrigerator, hot-cold
running water, ant.-siz™ gas stove, flush
toilet, 20x10 riorrh with heating stove,
large storee <;hed. fe>’c°d ’nt, unllmit-i
Alex., lot 109. TE. 0686. —17
HOUSE TRAILER. 1912 Indian. 24-ft .
excellent condition: lullv equip.; $1**75.
'rW. 0631 for ‘inform? tion. IT*
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able, c’othrs rack. elec. li^ht^d. 2as
equipped kit.: smaU. easv for tra.valine,
wonderful for vacation, fishing or hunt
ing trips: privately owned: ^409 quick sele.
cash. Can be seen any time during day
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Md . directly opt. armory Telephone SL.
5360. MR. GAITHER —1",
LIBERTY 194(>. 27 feet. elec. ref<i*\. bo',
gas. porch. VAUGHT. Ancipnt Oaks Park. I
1 mile west Falls Church. Vs. —17
1910 ALMA, 21 ft., excellent condition,
fully equipped. ANN SCHNEIDER. Blandya
Trail?r Park. Rojkvihe nike._—17
IF YOU WANT TRAILERS or trailer" acces
sories. see STANLEY H HORNER. INC .
oth and Fla. ave. n.e., FR. 1221.
Alma. 19'7"
Platt custom built. 26'.
Parine Schooner. 22'.
Royal Windsor 21'.
Royal Commander. 25'.
American Bantam. $195.
Campbell Load Master. $195
Cabin Car Sport Trailer. $825.
All Aluminum.
Vagabond. 20'.
Palace Majestic. 25'.
Palace Wolverine. 24'.
Now is the time to have your Duo
Therm and oil heaters repaired. Special
sale on 14, 10. is and 20 ft. awningr.. com
plete with rails, stakes, springs and poles.
5th and Fla. ave. n.e., FR. 1221. Open
eves, ’til S p.m. Our finance rates are
mo.e reasonable under^ GMAC. —20
IN VICINITY OF 1524 18th st n.w. for
one car. H. M. ESTES. Box 188. Warren
ton. Ve. Tel. Werrenton 542. 19*
j SPACE FOR 1 CAR in private garage vi
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3 946 Motobecane, 125 cc.; 1946 Ariel
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overhauled: good rubber, buddy seat, sad
i bees, plenty of extras, skirted fenders,
j 1920 Duke st„ Alexandria, Va., TE. 0883 i
HARLEY-DAVIDSON 194T ”45’ de~luxe;
plenty t'-ome, windshield and buddy i-'-u
$o2o. VI. 5234. •_17 i
INDIAN CHIEF. 19-17: saddle bags, buddy !
Power flow sprocket, plentv chrome.
$5b0 cash: $240 payments. GE. 16.39.
<41 Longfellow «♦. n.w. _17
HARLEY-DAVIDSON 1946 74 o h.v : In
A-l cond.: $750. Can be seen at ;;;>.36 D
St. s.e. VI. 4359.’ _17
INDIAN CHIEF 19.39: buddy seat, wind
shield. new tires, everything in perfect
condition. Must sell. Call SP. 0160-J.
HARLEY-DAVIDSON 19.38 motorcycle rood
condition. OV. 2048. _17
CUSHMAN motor scooter 1946. rood con
dition. low end hish gear; $150. Phone
Hillside 6117. —17
HARLEY-DAVIDSON 1941 motorcycle de
livery. 3-wheel, lane trunk in rear. A-l
condition, $500; just passed D. C in
spection. R. L. HUGHES. 1235 Meigs pi
n.e. _17
MOTOR BIKE. 1946 model, A-l condition'
Priced reasonable. Phone ALex. 4510.
ARIEL 1946. eood condition. Chrome
crash bars, saddlebags, buddy seat. Will
sell rhean. OF. .374?. _17
1945. model 34: excel, cond.; $150. WA.
j _—17
dozer. for back filling and light grading;
also dezers and trucks lor heavier work.
TR. 7799. _24
the day; complete units at reasonable rates
STAKES and FLATBEDS. late models,
heavy or light hauling, contract or hour.
ME. .3175 days; RA^._8904_nights. —19
vans, stakes, panels and pickups; for hire
by day, week or month. PUBLIC SERVICE
DRIVE-UR-SEIJ. ME. 7011. 31*
VETERAN desires household moving, gen
eral hauling: vans, stakes, panels: white
helo: rea*. rates. VI. 8260. Ext. 72.
VAN TRUCKS, large or small Jobs: experi
enced help, prompt service; reas. rates;
| local and, long distance. TA,_2937, 17*
HALF-TRACKS* busses, jeeps,! stakes.
dumps, trailers; all selling cheap.
RICE MOTORS. 1731 BladAnshnre rri n p
TRUCKS—Vet Motors offers their latest
assortment of trucks at reduced prices
(cash or easy terms): dumps, stakes,
panels, pickups, tractors, trailers, etc.
VET MOTORS, 1618 Bladensburg rd. n.e.
FORD 1937 l'/a-ton panel; complete new
motor and clutch Installed; excel, running
condition: can be seen at 730 W. Brad
dock rd., Alex., OV. 1306. —17
CROSLEy 1943 Dlckup truck: recently
overhauled; new battery; *436. ME. 9183,
801 H ft. n.w. 18*
1911 CMC TRUCK, 13-ft. van body, l'b
ton chassis; 57.000 miles; $850. MR
SACKS, NA. 7334. 618 K St. n.W. —19
DODGE 1941 3-ton: l.w.b. 16-ft. stake,
motor new: very good tires; beet cash
offer. VI. 8360. Ext. 73. —17
1946 '/-ton GMC; ti-ply tires, pipe racks,
built-in bins, spotlight. radio: 14.500
miles: $1,599 cash. UN. 0104. —17
CHEVROLET J 938 one-ton panel: just
passed District inspection; new tires; it is
leady to roll: $495. cash, terms or trade.
and O sts. n.w., DE. 4709. —16
DODGE,’1941 l'/a-ton stake: mechanically
perfect. Inspection guaranteed: a real bar
gain, $895. cash, terms or trade. HERSON
AUTO & APPLIANCE CO., 8th and O sts.
n.w.. DE. 4700. —16
CHEVROLET 1937 stake: 1 ’-a tons; good
condition: owner selling due recent de
livery new truck; $500. OV. 4130. —16
CHEVROLET 1933 delivery sedan: good
cond.: lumber lacks on top: tires better
than fair. Must see to appreciate. Call
WI. 4334. • —17
DODGE 1947 pickup; 1,800 miles; $1,650.
RE. 3085 —31
$759; 1941 dump truck, hydraulic horse,]
$1,150. RE 9138. —17
DODGE 1942 '/2-ton: ex-Army. with cab!
and. winch: new-truck condition; trade!
for jeep or sell. GIBSON, EX. 2937’ j
nights. WA. 9758. i
surplus: late 1940 and 1947 models;
W. B.-30 Special.': very low mileage, list!
price. $10,400; asking $9,000 cash. Phone!
WI. 5502 Monday. —IS
STUDEBAKEK 1942 'a-ton pickup: good
running condition; $595. HO. 4460 till I
6 p.m.
FORD 1939 1-ton panel delivery, heavy
i duty clutch, 4-speed transmission, good
serviceable truck; Sat.,’ AT. 8319; Sun.,
GE 3186.___—17 I
CENTRAL MOTOR CO., GMC truck dealer,
offers 40 trucks at special sale.
Pickups, panels, stakes, dumps, chassis
and cabs, semitrailers. Also some Army|
surplus trucks 4x4, 6x6, 6x4 cargos.!
! f]limns frartfirs phacck krirlo-o ennclvne.1
tien trucks, half-tracks, ducks. 1942
Federal 3-ton tractor and flat semitrailer.
d*aleri:, 3200 Lee hwy.. Arlington. Va.,
CH. 7000, dally 8 a m. to 9 P.m.. Sun.
10 to 3. To reach: Out M st. through
Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn riglt
on Lee hwy (XU 6 29 and 211): drive
1'/• miles.
All advertisements offering ante- I
mobiles for sale must include actual I
selling price of car. I '
BUICK 1942 4-dr.: r., h.. defroster: clean:
4 new tires and tubes: $1,630. Republic
6700. Ext 6595 weekday HACKETT
(private party). 19*
BUICK 1940: pvt. OWne*: new tires, r.
and h., 1947 motor: very clean; $1,506
or best offer under. Call between 5-10.
LU. 7425. —17
BUICK 1941 4-dr. sedan: r. and h.. re
cent overhaul, perf. motor, oris, paint,
new tires; $1,395 or best offer under.
OR. 6420. —20
BUICK 1947 convertible club coupe: radio
and heater, and other extras; beautiful
dark green with light top; $3,500 or best
offer below. OL. 6720. —17
BUICK 1946 cabriolet Roadmasier. r. and
h. This car is tops and the price is $3,395.
CHERNER BREWER. 4477 Conn, ave.,
WO 1699. —17
BUICK 1939 Special 4-dr. sedan: radio
and heater: privately owned and well
cared for; $97 5, RE. 2907. 17*
BUICK 1940 Special 4-dr. sedan: clean,'
motor in good cond.: Price. $1,300. Can ;
be seen at 1515 15th st. n.w. until 6 p.m.1
BUICK 1939 conv. sedan: new ton, gen
: erator: good tires; spotlight, r. and h ;
i $775 or best offer under Call FR. 6433.!
BUICK 1947 Super coniL coupe: radio and
heater, white side-wall tires: $3,350. trade,
terms. 4432 Conn, ave., WO. 3249. *
BUICK 1947 Super sedsnette; beautif-:'.
maroon: r. and h.: 1.000 miles: $2.9:i;>.
trade end terms, or cash. MARKS MO-.
TORS. 4432 Conn, ave., WO. 3249. —17
BUICK 1947 Super cabriolet, r. and h : ,
nothing finer: $3,595. CHERNER-BREWER. ,
4477 Conn. ave.. WO. 1699. —17 j
BUICK late 1946 Roadmaster 4-door se-i
dan: light blue, new-car condition: only
1,900 miles: all extras; $2,750. MI. 0891.
BUICK 1941 sedanettr: motor overhauled,
new rubber, new battery, brakes rellned.
r. and h.; price $1,295 or beat offer un
der. Call TW. 1063. 17*
BUICK 1936 880 4-door sedan; A-l con
dition. 5 good tires, new paint lob and all
new upholstery; $450. VI. 1ML —18
BUICK 1937 Century 4-door sedan: by
owner; excellent Interior; radio and
heater, good tires; 5800. WA. 0716. —17
BUICK 1940 Special bus. coupe; excel,
con®, new tires and beater. Call WO.
5120 alter « p.m. Friday; *990. —17
BUICK 1040 limited limousine; chauffeur
driven, orleinal black; A-l mechanical
shape: 12 ml. to gal., uses no oil; 6
wheels, spare on each front fender: built
in bar in back seat: r.. h„ air condition
ing. etc.: 51.450 or best offer under takes.
Call Sun.. CO. 7151. —17
BUICK 1941 super convertible; r and h :
black; 38,000 miles: *1,660. OL. 8870.
BUICK 1941 sedanette special good condi
tion. clean inside and out; *1.295. 13 V
st. n.w. AD. 3474. 17*
BUICK 1942 Roadmaster. 51.500. New
tires; perfect condition. OV. 2267. —18
BUICK 1946 Super 4-dr. sedan: r. and h ;
sect covers; orig. owner, *2.450. WA
8625. —17
BUICK 19-11 4-door sedan; good condilion
milcaso approximately .25.000; *1.275
cash. CO 3000, Ext. 808-H. —-’0
BUICK 1947 Super 4-dr.: black: r. and h •
practicr.Uy new-. No dealers. $2,835
Cal DZ 1645. —17
CADILLAC 1946 sedan: very clean and has
very little mileage: *3.495 Dl 9526; alter
6. 0"1 .*185. —16
CADILLAC 7-pass : excellent motor, a
smart-looking car; *590 cash. 4001 62nd
st.. Bladensburg. Md. WA. 862'/. 17*
t’aDli.t.46 1941 - 63" model 4-dr. sedan,
r. and h. This car has had wondertul care,
*2.295. CHERNER-BREWER, 4477 Conn
ave WO 16i>9 17
CADI','AC 1946 ‘6T’ 4-dr.: Hydra-Matic.
r and h.. 11.000 mi. blue finish: privately
owned: *3,750, cash or trade. DU. 0293.1
CADILIAU 1941 4-door: immaculate, low
milts, hydrematic, *1.975. FLOOD PON
TIAC. 4221 Connecticut. WO. 8400.—22
CADILLAC 1939 Model 60 Special 4-door
sedan: radio and heater: mechanically
perfect: has beautiful 2-tone tan finish:
will sell outright or trade; *1,595. A&8
MOTOR SALES, 4515 14th st. n.w. —17
CADILLAC 1938 16-cyl. Fleetwood con
vertible coupe. This car has had the
f-nest of care and is one of the smartest
looking and smoothest performing cars in
the city: owner going abroad: 51.400.
See at 315 Raleigh st s.e. 17*
CHEVROLET 1939 Master de luxe 4-door
sedan; new battery, new tires, radio;
motor and clutch overhauled, spent $300.
Price, *700 cash. Phone OWNER before
noon. Elmwood 334. —17
CHEVROLET 1938 2-door; *550 or best
offer under. 318 Anacostla rd. s.e. TW.
8484. —17
CHEVROLET 1937 coach, runs good, $175
5501 O st.. Hillside, Md.. HI. 6063.
CHEVROLET 1934: good running condi
tion. good tires. D. C. inspected: $275.
VI. 8200. Ext. 480. *
CHEVROLET 1946 cabriolet, blue: heater,
defroster, radio. 13,000 miles: excellent
condition; *2,395. CO. 1711 between
6 end 11 p.m. —16
CHEVROLET 1946 Fleetmaster 4-door. 2
tone hire, sect covers, radio: 5.000 original
miles: *1.895 trade and terms or cash
MARKS MOTORS. 4432 Conn. ave.. WO.
CHEVROLET 1936 4-dr. Master sport se
dan: very pood cond.. excel, rubber, new
battery, heater. $450 cash. RA. 2988.—17
CHEVROLET 1936 2-door trunk: 5 good
tires; running cond.; $200. SH. 5321.
CHEVROLET 1937 convert, cpe.: r. ^and
h.: 58 000 mi.. D. C. inspected: excel,
cond.- $595. SL. 1509 until 7 —16
CHEVROLET 1935 4-door sedan: see this
car for coed transportation: $335. Call
dav r- e”es.. HO. *060. —16
CHEVROLET 1946 Fleetmaster 4-dr. se
dan: 2-tone tan. under 10,000 mi., excel,
cond.: $1,800. See 6318 Meadow lane,
Ch. Ch.. Md. 16*
CHEVROLET 1941 4-door Special d' luxe
sedan: radio, heater, good tires: $1,150.
Call AT. 7136 till 7 p.m.; eves, and Sun ,
UN. 7087. —17
CHEVROLET 1946 Fleetmaster 2-door se
dan: 7,500 mileage: fully equipped except
heater: private owner: $1.SQ0. DU. 8672
CHEVROLET 1947 2-door sedan: 1 mo.
old: $2.10o cash, or trade for new Dodge
or De Soto 4-door sedan. HO. 3736. 17*
f KIEV* ♦ LET 2-do- spdan' < ncliti' i
good: must sell this week end. $545 cash.
Call SH 2801. SL 5912. —17
CHEVROLET ’32 Victory coach' good con
dition. passed ’47 D. C. inspection: $300.
Call Set.. 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Sun.. 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. 1438 Newton st. n.w.
Basement. DU. 9231. 17*
CHEVROLET 1935 2-door, new tires, mo
tor overhauled: D. C. Inspected last week:
clean car: $375 MI. 8350. •
CHEVROLET ’47, healer, taxi. 4 mos. old.
10.000 actual miles, like new. $1,650. Call
North 8781 all day Sat., Sun. till 1 p.m.
or after 7 p.m. 17*
CHEVROLET 1936 de luxe: radio and
heater. $350. 424 10th st s.w. 17*
CHEVROLET 1935 4-door sedan. Excel
motor; good trans., $225 cash. RA. 6189.
CHEVROLET 1937 4-door: radio and
heater; only 5.000 on overhauled motor,
$450. OV. 0149.. —17
CHEVROLET 19-"9 2-door: good condi
tion: $795. Call GE. 0397. —18
CHEVROLET 1936 2-door sedan; $250.
WA 1088 any time Sat. or Sun. —17
CHEVROLET 1946 Aero sedan; radio and
heater, air conditioner, white side walls:
mileage. 6.600: has about $400 worth of
extras. Price, $1,975. FR. 9541. 17*
CHEVROLET 3 941 club coupe Special de
luxe: r., h.: a real nice, clean car for
$1,095; terms to right party. HO. 9565. •
CHEVROLET 1937 de luxe master coupe:
newly painted and new slip covers; tires
0':.: $395. HO. 9565. •
CHEVROLET 1934 Special coupe; excel,
cond.: good tires; price, $275 cash. Phone
CH. 7309.
CHRYSLLR 1941 station wagon: looks and
runs perfect; will sacrifice. $1,495; worth
much more on today’s market: no dealers.
AU. 0*0*. 18
CHRYSLER 194ft Town and Country, all
extras; can’t tell this car from a new
one: $3,296. CHER NER-BREWER. 4477
Conn, ave., WO. 1099. —17
CHRYSLER 1941 convertible coupe; special
at $1,295. JACK PRY, 1539 Penna. ave.
CHRYSLER 1941 Royal '*6” town sedan;
excellent motor, new paint, clean interior,
very good tires; very low price. $995.
PRANK SMALL. JR., INC., 1301 Oood
Hope rd. s.e. LI. 2070. —17
CHRYSLER 1941 7-passenger taxi; nt^r
motor, transmission clutch and tires;
very well taken care of; will sell for
$1,400 or best offer under. 3758 Hayes
st. n.e., AT. 0025 after 5:30. —18
CROSLEY sedans, convertibles: new 1947
models; immediate delivery. HENRY MIL
LER MOTORS, INC., 11T3 18th n.w. RE.
7356 21
CROSLEY 1947 convertible; heater, low
mileage; $976 cash: immediate sale: leav
ing country. Phone WO. 1029. —17
DE SOTO 1937 4-door sedan; radio,
heater, seat covers, overarive, sealed-beam
headlights, new paint and tires; mechani
cally excellent; $700. Owner will show
Sat. and Sun.. 1 to p.m., parking lot.
1730 P st. n.w. No dealers, please. 17*
DE SOTO 1938 4-dr. sedan: good shaoe.
good condition: $075. Can be seen at 927
Farragut st. n.w. —17
DE SOTO 1946 custom convertible coupe. I
has every accessory, low mileage, con
signed to us for quick sale by orig. owner, I
who is leaving country: $400 under mar
ket, at $2,550. GEORGETOWN AUTO
SALES. 1600 Wisconsin ave. n.w. AD.
3128. —17
DODGE 1939 4-door sedan: heater and
defioster: excellent condition throughout:
$945. WI. 6545. —10
DODGE 1941 convertible Luxury Liner;
beautiful ‘privately-owned car. $1,300.
Call GE. 2104. lft
DODGE 1941 convertible; $1,195. JACK
PRY. Penna ave. s.e. —17
DODGE 1936 Coupe, heater, sealed-beam
lights, new floor mat. seat covers and
muffler; $335 or besi offer under. TR.
* 025. —17
DODGE J946 3-pass, coupe; radio and
heater; very low mileage: looks and per
forms l:ke new car: $2,095. A&S MOTOR
•°ATEC 4515 ]4tb st. n.w. —17
DODGE 1947 club coupe: all extras except
radio and seat covers; $2,395. Phone LU.
9041. 17*
DODGE 1937 4-dr. sedan: r. and h.
Sacrifice. $375. 4540 Butterworth pi.
EM. 2825. —18
DODGE 1939 coudc: radio and heater:
good condition, $800 cash. Can be seen
Sat. or Sun., Presidential Gardens, rear
James Polk Apt., Room B-l. 17*
DODGE late 1939 2-dr. vedan; all new
tires; radio; excel cond., $950. LI. 6431.
FORD 1946 convertible, radio and heater;
$2,075 or best offer under. DE. 3876.
FORD 1940 de luxe convertible coupe:
radio, heater good top and tires: motor
excellent: runs like new: real buy; $1,195.
Te "'i to right narty. HO. 9565. *
FORD 1939 de luxe model 85 coupe; $600.
CH. 3395. —17
FORD 1942 station wagon, radio, heater;
in nice cond.: $1,485. FRANK SMALL, JR.,
INC., 1301 Good Hope rd. s.e., LI. 2076.
FORD 1941 Tudcr; one owner; new tires;
orlg paint: very clean: $995. Parking Lot,
14th and Park rd. n.w.
FORD 1940 Tudor sedan: r. and h.: excel
condition, 7,500 miles; $1,750. 714 32nd
st. s.e.
FORD 1936 cpe.; new motor and clutch,
body and tires in very good cond.; price,
$390. Call NO. 1959. ♦—17
FORD 1939 convertible coupe; ’47 engine,
including oil filter, etc., new shocks, spot
light, gas heater, custom radio, white
sidewalls, insulated top; beautiful condi
tion throughout; must sell. Call EM. 7386
anytime Saturday. Private party. No
dealers please. $976.
FORD 1931 phaeton: 6.00x16 tires, black
and cream finish: good runninv cond.
motor overhaul: $275. RA. 7562. —16
FORD 1939 coupe, r. and h.: very good
cond., including rubber: $775 or best offer
under. DE. 2245 after 6. —17
FORD 1937 convertible club: new paint,
rebuilt motor, new brakes; passed Va. in
spection; $575. VI. 5234. —17
FORD 1940 Tudor sedan; radio, heater,
:ike new. $1,795 cash; trade and terms.
1113 Va. ave. s.e. LU. 3666. —17
FORD 1946 V-8 Fordor: radio and heater,
etc.: excellent condition; $1,895 or best
fwT. - unde-. Woodley 5818. 18*
FORD 1946 Tudor Super de luxe: dark
r. r* , tru» mileage. 8.365; in perfect cond.
and fully guaranteed. Only $1,695.
BENDALL PONTIAC. 1611 King st.. Ar
lington, Va. OV. 1600. —18
FORD 47 Fordor: r. and h.: 8,000 miles;
14-ft. house trailer, fully equipped and
b.fth; $2,600 for both. Will accept a car
in trade. CH. 6543. —16
FORD 1938 Tudor sedan; immediate sale,
town: $400. VI. 4621. —17
FORD 1942 station wagon; radio, heater,
6-ply de luxe tires; this is a nice station
wagon and a good buy for $1,485. FRANK
SMALL. JR.. INC., 1301 Good Hope rd.
s. e. LI. 2076. —17
FORD J 941 V-8 Tudor 8uper de luxe; r.
nnd h.: $1,050 cash. CH. 5896. —16
FORD 1946 Super 8 de luxe 2-door; black;
olnstie ?eat covers, gasoline heater; per
fect ecnd.t $1,850. 91 Tremont Gardens,
''ali.c Church, Va. 17*
FORD 194*! Tudor, excellent condition:
owner leaving country; $1,200 or best
Ter under. OR. 2206. —17
FORD 1941 black convertible coupe: r.
nnd h., finish like new. top perfect, motor
excel cond.. 2 new tires, many extras;
$1,330. WO. 4965. —17
FORD 1939 85-h p. Tudor: radio and:
heater; $595 A&S MOTOR SALES. 45J 5
14th st. n.w. —17
FORD 1947 station wagon; 1,100 miles;
$2,675. ME. 3355. —17
FORD 1941 bus. coupe: radio and heater:
$995 or best offer under; looks like new
905V, D st. n.w., DI. 3476.
FORD 1937 Tudor sedan, radio, heater,
new seat covers: $400 cash. GL. 7492. •
FORD 1941 6-eyl. Fordor sedan, good con
dition. good tires, gasoline heater; $976.
TR. 1937. •
i FORD 1841 Super de luxe Tudor; perfect
1 condition; original owner; beet oiler under
I $1,300. EM. 9160. —17
FORD 1939 de luxe Tudor sedan; good
' motor, transmission, clutch and tires;
good buy at $600 as is. Call HO. 9867.
rear 1608 R st. n.w. —18
I HUDSON 1946 sedan, 14,000 miles, radio
and heater: *23150 cash. 913 Garland
are.. Ant. 4. Takoma Park. —.17
HUDSON TERRAPLANE 19.37 4-door se
dan; heater; $350 or best reasonable offer
t*nr>r. SL 1761. —17
HUDSON 1941 “«•' 4-dr.: r. and h., other
accessories; upholstery clean, good tires,
mechan. perfect; $985. DU. 9193 after
5 p.m. —16
uUDaON 1941 business coupe: excellent
shape, new tires, clean in and out: $795.
Cal! TJN. 7260 after 6 p.m. —16
HUDSON 1942 cab: good condition; $300.
1829 Kalorama rd. n.w. —IT
LA SALLE 1938 sedan: motor rebuilt June.
1947, ft cost of $250; 4 new tires: $800.
or nearest offer below. Call British Em
bassy. MR BATES. HO. 1340 —18
DA SAllE 1930 4-aoor sedan: heater
fair cond.: *600. Contact CHIEF THOMAS.
Natl Navrl Medical Ctr. Dental Sch., Be
thesc'a. Mrt. 17
LA SALLE 1937 sedan: r. and h , log
ligate. seat covert: good running cond.:
pvt. owner: *650. WI. 2718. —17
LINCOLN'S biggest and finest 1946 4-dr.:
perfect condition: many extras; purchased
in Dec : *3,000. NO. 1119.
LINCOLN-ZEPHYR 4-dr. sed.: new coil,
gen., battery and rear axles: *365 or
best offer under. SH. 3367, 10-9. —17
UNCOIN-ZEPHYR 19''9 a-door: r and 2
ns., perf. cond. throughout; recently over
hauled: must sell: $800 or best offer be
low. Rockville 3018. —16
NASH 1; 1: t,, Ambassador; *575; good
condition, new paint. SH. 4898. —16
OLDS 1941 ”76" series sedan; r. and h.J
good tires, needs paint job; for quick!
sale $850. Call OW. 6085 days; eves..
Falls Church 2443-M. —16
OLDS 1936 2-aoor; complete!motor over
haul. new rings, valves, carburetor, fuel
pump, 2 new tires: *420 or best offer
under. 2130 N st. n.w.. Apt. 306. —17
OLDSMOBILE 1946 series 78 4-door sedan'
Hydra-Metic: *2.350. NO. 4712. 17*
OLDSMOBILE 1939 model 00: splendid
conditio;: and low mileage, heater; $856 or
best offer under. OL. 6961. —17
OLDSMOBILE 1946 coupe: recent motor
overhaul: new brakes, battery, tires: r. and
h.; $1,050, terms If desired. AX. 4673.
OLDSMOBILE 1937 2-door. r. and h •
private owner; $495 cash or best Offer
under. WI. 1178. 17
OLDSMOBILE 1930 de luxe sedan: excel
lent running condition; real transportation
for $195. HO. 9565. •
OLDSMOBILE 1939 5-pass, coupe: 4 new
tires; just passed D. C. inspection; radio
and heater; good condition; price, $850.
ME. 0682. 17
OLDS 1941 Hydra-Matie club coupe with
heater, radio and air-conditioner: $1,295.
, EM. 8ooH IT*
OLDSMOBILE 1934 4-dr. sedan; good mo
tor, tires, body, paint and seat •overs;
S250 o- b?st cash offer under. O. J.
PACKARD 1941; like new: finest radio and
heater; SI.200 cash. By OWNER. HO.
2429, Sat., Sun. and Tuesday; after 6
weekdays. _17
PACKARD 1937 sedan; 5 new tires and
tubes, passed District Inspection July 24:
private owner. $575 cash. EX. 0324. —17
PACKARD 193, 4-dr. sedan: excel, run
ning cond.; $550 cash. VI. 8260, Ext. 85
PACKARD 1937 120 4-dr. sedanT'good
cond.: bargain at $450 or best offer under
Call OWNER. TR. 9050. —17
PACKARD 10.17 Cistern Super ’'8” tour
sedan: fully equipped: 2 mos. old: mileage.
3,575: nerf. cond.; delivery price, about
$3,850; pvt. owner must sacrifice for
$3,495. SL. 5718. —17
PACKARD 194 0 de luxe Clipper; 5.000
miles: r. and h., covers, window washer;
$2,850 or will tr~rie on ’47 Ford. Plym
outh, Chevrolet. Mercury or Dodxe. No
dealers please SL. 4628. —17
PACKARD 1941 4-dr. sedan: good tires
and radio: $1,150. Can be seen at 1101
Kledeps1’’’" vr. n.e. —17 I
PACKARD 1941 110 conv. coupe: in excel
lent cond.; paint like new: $1,475. 5103
T st. s.e., Bradbury Height;, HI. 5710.
PACKARD 1942 O-cylinder 4-dr. lid'an:
r. and h., new seat covers; *1,150: pri
vate. WI. 1295. —17
PACKARD 191'. Super Clipper 4-dr. sedan:
beautiful green finish: 4.700 actual mile
age; $3,200 or best offer under. Can be
seen at 937 Farragut st. n.w —17
PACKARD 1940 Clioper 4-dr.: $2,550, or
will trade for smaller car, plus cash. VI
PACKARD 1940 Clipper, with real leather
upholstery, radio, heater, defroster, in A-l
condition. Good buy for taxicab work.
To taxicab operators only; $1,950. 710
14th st. n.e. —23
PACKARD 1942 Clipper club sedan: a
very clean car; r. and h.: 47.000 actual
miles: price. $1,550; original owner.
Phone EM. 3327. —17
PACKARD 1940 club coupe. A-l condition.
$995. Can be seen 8325 Baltimore blvd.
PLYMOUTH 1930 coupe: runs good, new
tires: $J45 cash, terms or trade. HERSON
AUTO & APPLIANCE CO., 8 th and O
sts. n.w. DE. 4700. —10
PLYMOUTH 1936 4-dr sedan: runs and
looks good: a real bargain: $386 cash,
terms or trade. HERSON AUTO & AP
PLIANCE CO.. 8th and O sts. n.w. DE.
4700. —IK
PLYMOUTH 1941: Iris blue: wonderful
condition; $985. MR. ABSHER. RE. 2727,
33 New York ave. n.e. 17*
PLYMOUTH 1937 de luxe 4-dr. trunk
sedan. radio, heater: brand-new motor,
very clean and passed D. C. inspection.
WU1 finance; good tires; $495. ME. 9182.
801' H st. n.w. 18«
PLYMOUTH 1939 sedan; radio, heater: 1
-nor; has had best of care; $»££. SL
PLYMOUTH 1934 de luxe sedan. hTegcel
lent general appearance with a 1940 motor
and new clutch. A real buy; $345. HO.
9505. •
PLYMOUTH 1934 de luxe sedan, excel
runnlng condition; fender, body ok. A real
buy: $396. aO. 9565. •
PLYMOUTH 1947 station wagon; radio,
heater; like hew; 3.000 miles; $2,476.
WA. 5247. —17
PLYMOUTH 1947 4-dr. sedan, out of this
world, r. and h.: $2,195. CHERNER
BREWER, 4477 Conn, ave., WO. 1699.
PLYMOUTH 1941 4-door sedan, heater,
new battery, new seat covers; very good
condition; only $1,085. cash or terms.
LU. 4920. 17
PLYMOUTH 1938 4-dr. sedan: good con
dition, r. and h.: no dealers; $700. Call
TR. 1549 till 5 p.m. —IK
PLYMOUTH 1933 sedan: 40.000 actual
miles: 5 good lires. new paint, brakes,
.mints, plugs, etc.; $398. LO. 727.”,, 5001
Livingston rd. s.e. —10
PLYMOUTH 1940 4-door sedan: radio and
heater, 5 good tires; $1,750. Call RE
o ff IU I). --1 t)
PLYMOUTH 1937; good cond. 1 owner;
first *500 takes It. 2014 Florida ave. n.w.,
DOC WHITE'S filling station. —17
PLYMOUTH 1940 station wagon. *1.050.
After 7 p.m. Monday, R. MOYNIHAN, 1133
So. Thomas. Arl., Va.. Apt. 1. —18
PLYMOUTH 1939 2-dr. de luxe sedan; r.
and h.; *575. Call Bowie 4671.
PLYMOUTH 1940 2-dr. sedan: new-car
condition: radio: under 10.000 miles; *1,
000 3900 r. j gve Brentwood. Md. —17
PLYMOUTH 1939 sedan, radio, heater; one
owner; has had best of care; *875. SL.
PLYMOUTH 1947 de luxe club coupe, black,
while lims, r. and h.. 1.2(H) miles: *2.195.
trade and terms or cash. MARKS MOTORS.
4432 Conn, ave., WO 3249. —18
PONTIAC 1941 2-door: r. and h.: 38.000
actual miles: Interior and finish like new;
Will guarantee; *1,296. Accept trade. MI.
PONTIAC 1942 light green sedanette: r
and h.; good tires: good cond. Price. *1,
400. Call UN. 3 308. _ll7
PONTIAC 3 941 sedanette: r. and h.# etc.;
in good cond.: orig. owner; *1,250 cash.
2821 Rittenhouse st. n.w. —17
PONTIAC 1935: perfect motor, 2 new tires;
*325. OW. 7690. —18
PONTIAC 1941 sedanette: radio and
heater; mech. perfect; *1,260. ME. 2121,
9-5 n.m.: CH. 7500. Ext. *91 after 6. —17
PONTIAC 1941: wonderful condition:
*l.lo0; looks like new: two-tone green.
MR. ABSHER, RE. 2727. 33 New York
ave. n.e 17*
PONTIAC 1946 "8 ’ 4-door sedan: was
new Dec. 5, 1946; mileage 5.409. Eouip
ment includes de luxe radio, air condi
tioner and heater and $65 Plastic seat
covers: perf. cond.; too large for dr. s
use; price. *2,150. Apply 488 Indiana
ave. n.w., at parking lot at 6th and D s»s.
n.w. ir
PONTIAC 1941 Silver Streak ,,8” con
vertible club coupe: r. and h.; good shape:
eood looking: price. *1.386. 810 G st.
s.w., ME. 4093. —18
PONTIAC 1947 Streamliner 4-dr.; de
livered Tuesday; all accessories: color black
with white-walled tires: $2,096: will con
sider late model trade. OL. 8220.
PONTIAC 1942 “8" 4-dr. sedan: needs
some repairs. Must sell by Aug. 20.
$600 cr best cash offer under. Can be
see at Shell’s station, 14th and Belmont
st n.w. AD. 9520. , —18
PONTIAC 1937 2-dr. sedan; good cond..
r. and h.: $450 or best under: all day
Sat. and Mon. after 5' p.m. RA. 6896. •
PONTIAC 1939 coupe: r. and h„ motor,
excel, condition: take up enuity, *146:
price, *650 cash. MI. 4606. —16
PONTIAC 1941 club coupe, r. and h.; ex
cellent condition: original owner: low
mileage: must gell by Sun.: *1.250 or
best offer under. TE. 7798. , —17
PONTIAC 1932 4-door de lux* gedan; 6
tires and wheels: one owner and D. C
recently Inspected, licensed, and in very
gcod mechanical condition: *295. ME
9182. 801 H st. n.w. 16"
POVTiar lOifi A.rvlinH.r ..H.natU ma.
roon all extras; *2.360; original owner.
TE. 2523. —17
PONTIAC 1947 cabriolet, r and h.. beauti
ful green: *2.795. CHERNER-BHIWER.
4477 Conn. ave.. WO 1099. —17
PONTIAC 4-door sedan: excel. waditlon.
orig. paint, low mileage: *300. Apply 5-8
p.m. at 141) Underwood it. 16*
PONTIAC 1942 3-door torpedo 6: no deal
ers; *1.200: call after M p.m. GE. 3107.
PONTIAC 1941 convertible: excellent
condition; *1.095. JACK PRY, 1539
Penna ave. a*. —17
PONTIAC 1937 2-dr. aedan; excellent tires,
motor recently overhauled, new paint job,
no dents: *550. Call 8H. 1031. —17
STUDEBAKEB 1941 Commander 4-dr. se
dan; new tires, seat covers, heater, clima
tizer; excel, cond.: *1.075. RA. 6292. —17
STUUEBAKER ’40 Champ, coach: tires
new motor, body, paint excellent; *995
or best offer over. MI. 4057. 17*
STUDEBAKER 1937 "6" 4-dr. sedan
motor completely overhauled, new brakes,
excellent rubber: *495 or best offer under
Call until 7 p.m.. Ludlow 6390. •
STUDEBAKER 1947 .brand-new 4-oOor
sedan: *100 radio, heater, custom seat
covers! Hlllholder and extras: *2.195.
terms and trade. METROPOLITAN
MOTORS. New York ave. and Bladens
btire rd. n.e. 17*
TERRAPLANE 1937 2-door sedan: new
tires, heater: clean and In good condition:
*450; passed D. C inspection. GE. 0260.
WILLY* 1935 COUD”: good motor, tires
and body; passed -Va. inspection. *175
GL. 3268. —17
BRITISH AUSTIN 1941 sedan: radio:
looks like new. good condition: *775.
Call RE. 9571 till 9 ,p.m.: after 9 D m.
and Sunday. HO. 1193. —17
STATION WAGON. 1946 Ford: radio and
heater, just like new: 52.400. Can be seen
any time from 8 a m. to 6 p.m., CAPITAL
CARPET CLEANING CO., 1216 Mt. Olivet
TAXICABS <2) 1942 Dodge In excel, cond.:
also 1940 Chryaler Windsor m A-l cond.
WA. 0411, —17.
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41 Symbol for
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54 Japanese
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Points for Parents —By EDYTH THOMAS WALLACE!
Supervision may prevent unwholesome play, while forbidding
association with an undesirable playmate may make him seem
more attractive.
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Mother—Put your work bench here
under the trees. It’s hot in the
garage. Scon I'll have some fresh
cookies for you.
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er's coming and she won't allow me
to play with you. If she goes awayj
tomorrow I’ll call you.
TAXICABS for rent or sale: on easy
Emerson 7086. 4824 41st n.v. •
that ’47 car when you can have Immediate
delivery 0n the following cars? Buick, '47
Roadmaster sedanette, fully equipped, only
27 mi„ $3,295; Buick, "47. Super sedanette
(3 cars) with less than 25 mi. each,
maroon, black and green, fully equipped
$3,150; Buick ’47. Super sedanette. black,
1,400. ml., lolly equipped, $2,906: Pontiac,
'47. 4-dr. Streamliner, fully equipped.
$2,595: Plymouth, ’47 2-dr, gedaji. lot* of
extras. oM9*$3,160: Chevrolet* *47, 3-dft’,
fully equipped, only 17 ml,i'$$.Tyjt 1,ftff
cury, ’46. convertible coupe, fully equipped,
a steal at only $2,295; Buick ’46 Road
master 4-dr. sedan, fully equipped, $2,795;
Cadillac ’42, series 61, 4-dr. sedan, compl.
equipped. $2,395. LEEDS MOTOR CO..
5120 Wisconsin ave. n.w. OR. 4407. Open
Sundays. , —17. I
AUTO AUCTION—Sell or buy a car the
modern Way; sell only If bid Is satisfac
tory; total fee, $5, You won’t bo wrong
buying or selling a car here. Big auction
sale every Tues. eve., 7 p.m. 1113 Va. ave.
s.e. or 1100 11th st. s.e., LU. 3660. —30
AUTO AUCTION—If you wish to sell, j
trade or buy a late model /new or used
car. attend our auction sale every Fri. night
at 8 p.m. Washington's original auto
auction. 8511 Colesville rd.. Silver Spring.
Md., 8H. 4400, Open 9 to 5 daily, _
1947 Chevrolet Fleetline Aero sedan. $3,395
1943 Packard 130 conv. coupe 1.695
1941 Olds 98 sedan 1,345
1941 Studebaker Commander sedan 1.345
1941 Plymouth Spec, de luxe sedan 1.145
1939 Buick Special sedan 945
1936 Terraplane 3-door __ 395
Most cars have radio and heater. All are
In excellent condition. Cash, terms end
trade. WELCH MOTOR CO.. 617 Mass. I
ave. n.w.. RF. 9154.__ —17
1917 PONTIAC "6“ 4-dr sedan.
433 miles; fully equipped $3,435
1947 Do.lge Custom 4-dr. sedan 3.335
1947 Chevrolet 3-dr.: r. and h. 3.075
A C SERVICE, 310 M st. n.e. LU ! 135.
___ —19_
1941 DE SOTO taxicab, new motor.
excellent body $800
1941 Plymouth taxi, good shape 600
1941 Chrysler taxi 500
1941 Mercury taxi, good shape 650
1940 Plymouth taxi 350
1938 Olds taxi, good shape 350
1946 Plymouth coupe. excellent
shape. 10,000 miles _ 1.700
3318 Champlain st. n.w._—18
transportation, heater; priced to sell. $400.
Oldsmoblle 1040 70 coach, r. end h .
needs body work; priced $140 below aver
age retail value; $850.
Plymouth 1040 2-door: r. and h.. excel,
condition. $1,050.
Buick 1041 Century sedanette; excep
tionally clean car. new Daint and motor
job. r. and h.: priced for Quick sale at
$1,305. Used car lot open Saturday and
Dealers, 7320 Wisconsin ave.. Bethesda,
1047 Frazier Manhattan. 400 miles $2,795
1940 Ford conv., r. and h. 7,195
1941 Cadillac HI 4-dr., r. and h. 1.895
1941 L.-Z. 4-dr., h., 17.000 mifo 1.395
1941 Buick 71 4-dr., r. and h. , 1.395
1941 Olds 7H sedanette, r. and n. 1,295
1941 Hudson H conv., h. . _ 1.195
1941 Nash fi club coupe, h. 1.095
1940 Buick Super 4-dr., r. and h. 1,196
1940 Olds H 2-dr . r. and h_ 1.095
1939 Olds 6 4-dr., r. and h._ 975
19,39 D? Soto 2-dr., h _ 785
1938 Chevrolet 4-dr., r. and h._ 695
1930 Pontiac 4-dr. . 345
1935 Olds 6 2-door _ .... 345
For a cleaner used car come to JET
MOTOR SALES. 2719 Nichols ave. s.e.. LI.
033H. opposite St. Elizabeth Hospital. — lji
BUICK „94H sedanette $2,596
Chrysler 194H Windsor 4-door sedan 2,596
Pontiac 1948 4-door sedan 2,476
Cadillac 1941 convertible club coupe. 1,985
Hudson 1941 convertible coupe.. . 1,095
Zephyr 1941 4-door sedan _ 1,095
Pontiac 1941 4-door sedan_- 1,195
Pontiac 1941 2-door sedan _ 1,795
Chrysler 1941 Royal 4-door sedan . 1,295
Buick 1941 sedanette___ 1,295
Chevrolet 1941 coupe 975
Plymouth 1941 4-door sedan _ 1,095
Dodge 1939 4-door sedan _ 895
Packard 1937 4-door sedan_ 395
Plymouth. 1936. 2-door _ 645
SIMMONS MOTORS, 917 M st. n.w. NA
2786. —18
Ford 1942 coupe $1,095
Oldsmobile 1942 sedanette; r. and
h. 1,395
Chevrolet 1942 Fleetline, r. and h. 1,495
Buick 1941 Super 2-tone 1,375
Bulck 1941 Super r. and b.. green 1,495
Bulck 1941 Super r and h , black 1.595
Bulck 1941 Spec, sedanette; r. and
h. - 1.495
Ford 1941 Tudok_1,050
Ford 1941 Tudor . _ 99.>
Olds 1941 4-dr., r. and h_ 1,150
Chevrolet 1941 4-dr. •_ 1,125
Olds 1940 coupe _ 895
Ford 1940 coupe 895
Hudsoh 1939 club coupe _ 650
Llncoln-Zephyr 1937. as is_ .375
A selection of fine used cars, guaranteed
for 30 days. KENNY MOTOR SALES. 15th
and Rhode Island are, n.e. DE. 9894.
CHRYSLER '42 Windsor 4-dr. sedan;
orig. sea green finish, fully equipped, perf.
in every detail; $1,475. as low as $495
Buick '41 super 4-dr. sedan: r. and h.;
orig. black finish: a real value at $1,375;
as low as $455 down.
Plymouth ’40 de luxe 2-dr. sedan: r.
and h.: only $875: as low as $315 down.
Chevrolet ’41 4-dr sedan r. and h.. a
steal at $925: as low as $310 down.
Plymouth '41 special dc luxe club coupe:
r. and h.: In new-car condition: $1,095;
as low as $415 down.
Pontiac ’42 Streamliner 4-dr. redan:
orix. throughout: r. and h.; 1 owner;
$1,495: as low as $529 down As long as
15 mos to pay. at lowest rates in the
Wisconsin ave. AD 3128._—it
BUICK OWNERS—Did you know “Roper”
pays more for any model, spot cash?
■ROPER." 1730 R. I. ave. n.e.. DU. 9765.
IM7—LADY WILL FAY all cash ‘ for
1947 Bulck. Pontiac. Oldsmobile. Chevrolet.
Chrysler, Dodge or Plymouth; convince
yourself. Call WO. 3248. —18
:< J
1949. 1941 General Motors or Chrysler
product car in good condition. Please call
WO. 3249. —20
1947 car. Call SL. 8201 until 9 p.m.
PRIVATE PARTY will pay $400 for good,
clean car; must pass Va. inspection.
Call GL. 2538. —10
BUSINESSMAN needs auto: late model pre
ferred, ’39 to ’47: pay cash. EX. 4248,
days; GL. 0272, «ves, 0 to 11. —25
NEW CHYSLER Windsor or New Yorker
sedan or club cpupe: will pay top-cash
price and days for delivery,, if
necessary. Np aeMcrs. OW. 7^8. —17
FORD OR CHEVROLET: will pay cash for
good used car. Call EX. 3870. —20
MUST HAVE '39, ’40. ’41 clean automo
bile, one only; I have cash. Call ALex.
2809, MR. D. J. SMITH, between 0:30
and 8 p.m.
I gKED., .,ftNE.l|,NEW, CAR:, will pay your
price, within reason: either Fora. Plymouth
or DodRe. Call SL. 2087.
PRIVATE PARTY <wants 1938 or ’39 Ford,
Plymouth or Chevrolet: passed D. C. in
spection. Phone CO. 9511. —17
BUICK, FORD. PONTIAC, or other similar
car, 1940-1942 model: have cash: willing
to pay high price for good car. Call OR.
3345. V |
DODGE OR DE SOTO.4-door sedan, new: .
wanted by private party; will pay cash.
HO. 3730. 17*
WANTED—1947 car. GM. Chrysler or Ford ,
product preferred; will pay full amount in
cash Call OR. 6172. —18
VETERAN needs good clean car for posi
tion, prefer ’41-’47 model; cash. CH.
0060 after 0 p.m. —10
HOLD IT JUST A MINUT* to get high
cash price for your 1946 or 1947 car and
older if clean. Drive in or call DU 2877.
Island ave. n.e.; open 9 a m. to 9 p.m.
“WIN WITH WINN*’—Top price for your i
I car; never too new. never too old: will 1
1 come to your home or office: plenty parking
space. Open eves.. 9 a.tr. to 9 p.m WINNS «
! MOTORS 159 Florida ave. n.e.. EX 2098
3720 Georgia ave n w . ft A 7422
FAIR. HONEST APPRAISAI.8 on all makes ,
of cars are fssured at McKEE-PONTlAC. ,
1828 I sr n w ME. 0400 ]
SELL ME THAT CAR you don’t need, for
immediate cash. Call Mr. Thompson,
STEUART MOTOR CO., AT. 5800; eves.,
TW. 8300. Ext. 110.
• Roper’’ pays more for any mod., spot cash?
ROPER. ’ 1730 R. 1. *e. n.e., DU. 9705.
’39, '40. 41 or '42 have cash; willing to
Day high price for car in excellent condi
tion. Phone TR. 2535. —10
47: will pay vour price for clean cars
Come to or call LIVINGSTON MOTORS. ,
123 O st n.e., EX. 5809.
CHEVROLETS—Cash for your car, no red '
tape SCHLEGEL A GOLDEN. 257 Carroll <
st., Takoma Park. D C Georgia 3300.
FORDS—Cash for your car. r.o rad tape. 1
SCHLEGEL A GOLDEN 257 Carroll ft., i
Takoma Park D C Georgia 3300
PLYMOUTH—Cash for your car, no red
tape SCHLEGEL A GOLDEN. 257 Carroll -
st.. Takoma Park. D C Georgia 3300.
Corner. STANLEY H. HORNER. Buick.
Fla. ave.. 5th to Hth sts. n.e., AT. 0464.
IMMEDIATE CASH, no red tape or hag
gling: we need 50 cars right away and ‘
will pay more than your car is worth if it .
can be had right now. RHODE ISLAND
MOTOR CO.. 1020 Rhode Island ave. n.e
#hone MI. 9774
I NEED A FORD, Chevrolet or Plymouth; (
will pay all cash to private party. Call
Brandywine 2920 any time. —17
PRIVATE PARTY wants clean ’40 to 42
Chevrolet, Plymouth or Ford; cash. DI.
4249. —17
CASH for your Nash: also any other make:
highest price paid. WILLIAMS A BAKER.
•2819 M st. n.w . HO. 8700.
I WILL PAY ALL CASH for clean cars,
new or used. Call us today or drive by.
GENE CASTLEBERRY. 1640 Bennlng rd
n.e., FR. 5231
CASH AT ONCE—Top-dollar prices at
COAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-423 Florida ave.
n.e., AT. 7200 Open evenings.
PONTIACS WANTED—We will pay high
cash dollars: any year, any model.
20th st. n.e. AD. 8344.
cash dollars: any year, any model. WIL
LIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave. at 20th
st. n.e. AD. 8344
OLIIM wsmui—wt win pay mgn casn i
dollars; any year, any model. WILLIAMS
AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20tb st. n.e..
AD. 8344
FORDS WANTED—We will pay cash
dollars; anv year, any model. WILLIAMS
AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e..
AD. 8344.
PLYMOUTHS WANTED—We will nay high
cash dollars; any year, any model. WIL
LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th
st. n.e. AD. 8344.
BUICKS. Chevrolets. Fords. Pontiacs or
any make of car that has had good care.
We need them and will pay the highest
market value. SI HAWKIN8. 1333 14tb
ft. n.w,. DU. 4465.
Chrysler-Plymouth dealer. 4800-4820 Wis
consin. EM. 4800. 8r30 a m. to 6:30 p.m
—Don’t trade on a new car or sell to any
one until you set our big prices. Need 100
ears—1936 to 1947. Absolutely high cash
price If car is paid for. will give you cash
Tf car Is not paid for, will pay qS balance
and pay cash difference. BARNE8-SAN
DER3 MOTORS. Washington's oldest ex
clusive used-car dealers See Mr. Barnes
for appraisal. All cash or certified check
Only one location. Drive in open lot. 1300
14th, corner N st n.w Open s:30 to 6. i
closed Saturday and Sun Call NO 1111.
MUST PURCHASE dependable used car
immediately: will pay all cash Call HO.
6079 before 6 D.m.. WO. 0250, 6 p.m. to
9 i>.m. and Sunday
SELL ML YOUR CAB—1 pav top cash
prices for good, clean cars. 1937 to 1941;
models, quick deals: no red taoe * Call ;
Mr Kennedy, with TRIANGLE MOTORS.;
DE. 6300 Eves.. MI 7975
CASH IN 5 MINUTES, price no object. I
Don’t sell til you get our cash offer.
i at Bladensburg rd. n.e Open Sundays. 22
i I NEED A FORD. Chevrolet or Plynwuth:
will pay ail cash to private party. Please
call MR. NUPFN. AD. 8430. Ext. ,-B after
{> o’clock i w
AUTOMOBILES, any make. 1936 to 1939:
need 20 at once. Call or see ROPER.
1730 R. I. ave n.e., DU. 9«6o. 17
I PRIVATE PARTY needs car: cash for fair
| price late 1946 or 1947 Nash Ambassador
or comparable other make, can trade good
1936 Plymouth if desired. OL. 2U3,.—18
Goren on Bridge
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Opening lead, nine of hearts.
If ever I have seen a dual person
ality at the card table, it is South of i
today’s hand. During the bidding he
was Mr. Hyde and did nothing right.
In the play, he was a sparkling Dr.
Jekyll and could do no wrong.
The first indiscretion was com
mitted in the selection of the open
ing bid. With hands of minimum
strength and suits that are next-door
neighbors (as diamonds and clubs),1
the modern practice is to disregard
the difference in length and open;
with the higher ranking suit, so that
both may be shown at the least ex
pense. This voluntarily sacrifices
precision to economy. One diamond,
therefore, is the preferred opening.
When North bid one no-trump
South, having no additional values,
should have taken no further action,
much less should he have named a
suit higher in rank than the one he
started with. This would force part
ner to bid three clubs if he desired to
return to the first suit, a situation for
which he was not well prepared.
When the two-no-trump bid was
doubled, North elected to run to
three clubs, though the fniir.Ao
diamond holding would appear to
be the more logical choice, feast
doubled because he believed the op
position to be floundering.
The nine of hearts was opened and
taken by the ace. The three of dia
monds was returned and South did ■
some rapid calculation. If East's ]
ead was orthodox (fourth best).
West has but one diamond. That it
might be the king is not too remote
because holding that card East might
not have been so quick to lead the
suit when dummy is obviously not
rich in entries. But the important
consideration is that if East has the
king of diamonds, the entire suit
cannot be picked up anyhow, so de
clarer went up with the ace and
great was the fall thereon.
Since the contract was well on the
way to be fulfilled, declarer found it
desirable to rid West of his one
trump (surely East must have four
for the double i and the ace of
trumps followed immediately after
the ace of diamonds. West, who had
contracted the habit, dropped an
other singleton king, and declarer
scored an overtrick.
If there is a fisherman in the audi
ence who ever did better with two
successive casts, he may well
speak up.
(Copyright, 1947, by Charles H. Goren.)
Take My Word for It
By Frank Colby
Saturday Forum.
West New York: I should like
to know the exact translation of
the opera name "Cavallerie Rustl
bairn. -o. o.
Answer: It means “rustic chiv
Pronounce it: KAH-vas-lay
REE’ah ROOSS-tee-KAH’nah.
Hartford: We have a controversy.
My friend insists that the word
“beneficence" is accented on the
third or “fie” syllable. I say the
second syllable should be accented.
Right?—F. S. N.
A. Right. The correct pronuncia
tion is: bee-NEFF-uh-s’nss.
Webster Groves: Which is the
preferred name for a native of
Scotland, “Scotchman” or “Scots
man”?—G. L.
A. In Scotland the form “Scots
man” is preferred. Also correct Is
“Scot” (singular) and “Scots"
(plural). The name is from the
old Irish “Scuit,” name of a North
Ireland people who settled in Scot
land in the 5th century.
Cleveland: To settle an argument
will you please state whether the ,
adjective “insipid” can describe food .
as, “This meat is insipid”?—A. B. '
A. Of course it can; it is primarily
a “food” word, for its literal mean
ing is "without taste or savor.” By
extension, it also means lifeless,
dull, stale, as “an insipid plot, an
insipid speech, an insipid motion
Santa Paula: Here Is a clipping
of a magazine ad about carillonic
bells. It quotes a well-known min
ister as saying, "Your 'Carillonic
Bells’ has been in operation in our
church for almost a year, and there
has been fulsome praise from our
own members and other groups.”
Can’t you do something, Colby?—
G. M. M.
A. For several years I have de-;
voted much space to the word “ful-!
enmo ’' Avnlnininrr thni 4f tvinnn*
“offensive; repulsive; disgusting:1 •
foul.” Merriam Webster’s defines i
"fulsome praise” as "offensive from {
insincerity or baseness of motive”!
Nevertheless, we continue to rea^ ■
of “mom’s fulsome meals,” of rooms
being flooded with “fulsome sun*'
shine,” of girls wearing long and
“fulsome” evening dresses, etc. * i
Professional writers especially
should shun fulsome. There is nji
place in good modern English for
the obsolete word.
(Copyright, 1947. the Bell Byndlegte. Inc.)
Recruiting to Continue
Nepal, independent country on
India’s northeast frontier, will con
tinue to allow its native Gurk
has to be recruited for the Indian
and British armies.
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Mind Meter
In this test in each case we quotf;
a line or more from one of Shake,-,
speare’s plays. On the blank linfe;
following each it is your job to fill!
in the missing line. If you can
name the play from which each
quotation is taken, put that down,'
1. Mends. Romans, countrymen. lend
me your ears; j '
2. What’s In a name? That which we’
call a rose
3. Let Hercules himself do what he may,
4 When Fortune means to men m##t
5. From the lowest place when virtuose
things proceed.
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«. .. Last scene of all. . 1
That ends this stranae eventful J
Is second childishness and mere -r
(Answers will be published Monday,)^
Answer im CATERAN.
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catena cent tear rent
cane crane tern reca£
care crate trace nserp
carat acre franca nectar
caret acne earn near
cater ante enact nest
cart area raca
can’t trees rata
cat# tarn raal

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