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lies; vicinity McLean Garden*: active i
rental section: transp. and shopping closet
by See Mr. Dodge, jr , WEAVER BROS..
INC . Wash. Bldg., DI. 8300; eves. CO.
NEAR 13th AND RHODE ISLAND ave. n.w.
-—4-story brick, arranged into 8 apts.;
fire excapes All modern 4 brick garages.
House on alley, monthly rentals. $235.60. ;
Priced ar $15,000 to close an estaate. Mr.
Seipcl. CO. 57 74. MARSHALL J. WAPLE
CO. 1224 14th st. n.w., DI. 3340.
8-UNIT APT. HOUSE, downtown n.w.—In-,
eome between $350-$400 per mo.; furn.; ,
busin. prop.; under $25,000. CO. 0628. j
ONLY *13.500. V st. n.w.. block" No.1
Capitol st.—3-story and basement; 8 large'
rooms, reception rm., 2 baths; oil h.-w.h.
hardwood floors on 1st floor and halls,
built-in table, benches and cabinets in kit., i
stove and ref.: easy terms. Call Mrs.
Hampton. GE 4884. HAMPTON REALTY
CO.. EX 6656. —22
in perfect rondition. at 7th and Morton
n.e. annual income nearly $4,000;
reasonably priced. Call ’til 0 p.m LEO
M. BERNSTEIN CO., 1415 K st. n.w.,
ME 5400—23
Investment property wanted.
HAVE CLIENTS for yov.r property: nothing
too large or too small. What have you?
HARRY COHEN, RE. 4771. GE. 0286.
» —26
HAVE CLIENTS, including insurance com
pany contact, who want stores, apts.; send
listing, will charge O commission; broker.
box 1 s;,-h. Stir. —28
lot; oOxlST’/a ft. ea.; all imp. in.; 2 blks.
buses, shopping cent.. Apex Theater, Gar
fincgel. $3,500 ea. OR. 6508.
WIDE LOTS in Silver Spring area suitable
for good homes and large enough for
ranch-type houses. Some very convenient
to Naval Laboratory. Also industrial, com
mercial and apartment house ground. Call
Robert E. Heater, with CRANE & HELAN,
SL 4000. —25
BUILDERS—6 lots in desirable section of
Rockville, sewer and water at property
line on 4 lots, excavation and plumbing
roughed in on 2: gas in street. Will sell
individual - lots or entire block. Rockville
2825 —22
FOREST HILLS—Beautfiul homesit.es. Call
John A Mohler. J. RUPERT MOHLER.
Jr . Realtor, 1223 Conn. ave. NA. 4080.
near rotmtry club, very large wooded cor
ner lot: $4,200. CH. 3521. —22
ARCHITECT VRAL PLANS, with 12,000 sq.
ft . in high-class, well-developed North Arl.
neighborhood. Many desirable trees, all
improvements in. paved st. and cure, good
elevation. FRED J. GEORGE. Realtor.
2173 North Glebe rd , Arl., Va., GL. 6777.
SILVER SPRING—Commercial lot. 25 by
125: facing Georgia ave.. alley in back.
evenings. —22
%ARLINGTON—3 high-class building lots;
2 suitable for rambler-type homes. CH.
7440. PREVETTE. Realtor, CH. 8618.
BEAUTIFUL ’.2-ACRE of cleared and
graded land: in new exclusive residential
section; 3 mi. south of Alexandria. Va.,
off Mt. Vernon Memorial hwy., $1,700;
terms T W. BUSCHMAN. TE. 5600 until
6 pm.; eves., ALex 6432. —22
••NORTHAMPTON’ — Adjacent to Rock
^•ree* rarn. ocauuiui aeiaturu iiuiucbiieb
In an unusual setting: range from 6,000 to
14.000 sq. ft.; priced low; terms. Select
ynur future homesite now. Call Mr. Bregs
Ipt. ME 5400 until 5 p.m.; Sunday and
6>es . RA 2684. LEO M. BERNSTEIN &
4 CO . 1415 K st. n.w. —23
ATTENTION. BUILDERS! Large corner lot.
1'4 acres, on Ga. ave. ext.; sewer and
water In. excellent investment or for
Immediate building: $6,750. Call owner,
MR SWANN. SH. 1131 or SH. 3570. —23
* AURORA HILLS—Exclu. wooded lot. high
1 elevation. Priced to sell quickly. W. B.
HILKFRT. 3455 Wash. blvd.. Arlington.
OW. 5632 or CH. 3523. —22
MARLBORO PIKE—Lot. 70x128; water
and elec, available about 500 feet from
tike. Catholic church and bus: on Walters
tane: $1,500. Box 314-E. Star. —22
most appealing community, the perfect lo
cation for your future home, where over
20t) individually designed dwellings reflect
the high character of development; sites
7 0 »o 125 feet wide as low as $1,550; all
utilities. Woodmoor shopping center is bus
terminal: plats on request. GECRGE J.
MOSS. Realtor, SH. 2600. 26*
ONLY $2,500 buys this Ige. vacant lot
in good restricted Bradmoor section of
Bethesda; elec., gas. water, sewage and
telephone lines are in: buy today, start
building tomorrow. OL. 3700 days, or
WO. •>643 eves. —23
SLEEPY HOLLOW—A lovely lot on Cedar
lane, 100x280; water and sewer not in.
Price and terms to suit you. CECIL B.
I UPTON, Realtor. OW. 6333, OX. 0850.
LET US TELL YOU ABOUT our subdivision
at Lincoinia Heights; half-acre or more
rolling land Just over the Fairfax County
line CECIL B LUPTON, Realtor. OW.
5333. OX 0850 —22
Sprinebook Forest, where careful planning
and protective restrictions assure lasting
values and freedom from encroachment: a
p°rfpct setting for your future home. 2’/a
miles from Woodmoor shopping center, in
Silver Soring area. 25-minute drive from
downtown Washington; priced as low as
$1,650. including fine paved roadways.
wi*h no assessment of any kind; cash or
terms; literature and plat on request.
.GEORGE ,J. MOSS. Realtor. SH. 2600. 26*
LANHAM PARK, just east of Lanham, Md.
— (Out Defense highway.! Lovely lots
available for immediate building. Roads,
water, electric, phone, schools, etc. Owner
will co-operate with responsible builders,
a/ranging attractive method of payments
for lots. THOMAS F. HALLEY, phone
Union 7640 or Warfield 8638. —26
LANHAM PARK, just east bf Lanham, Md.
— -(Out Defense highway.) Beautiful wood
ed homesite* available in one of the
fastest growing communities in Prince
Georges County and where you can still
fppt nearly \2 acre of Ideally situated land
(or $750. 78 lots sold since January 1,
3 047. 8 compelling reasons: Large
wooded lots—many with beautiful trees;
rure city water; phone service; fast bus
and train connections; roads already In
stalled; close to schools, churches, etc.;
low county taxes. Lovely lots. 100-ft.
venient terms If desired. Directions:
Bladensburg rd. to Peace Cross, turn right,
out Defense highway 4miles to Pennsyl
vania Railroad overpass, cross overpass,
continue mile to large sign. ‘‘Lanham
Park " at office on left side of Defense
highway. Office open daily and Sunday,
12 noon until S p.m. THOMAS F. HAL
LEY, phone Union 7649 or Warfield 8038.'
FIVER WOOD ESTATE, ranging from ° Mi
acre to acres, on beautiful Potomac,
just above Key Bridge, in Arl.; prices from
$4,500 up; all utilities. To reach: Out
Lee hwy to Cherrydale. right on Military
rd> to 25th st., turn right and follow- sign.
JOHN C. WRIGHT. INC.. 209 Radio Bldg .
Arl.. Va . CH. 4777: eves., OW. 6176. —22
HAWTHORN, adjoining Rock Creek Park,
in n.w. Washington—Splendid bldg, sites,
in a marvelously planned wooded and
restricted development; $2,000 and up.
WELL. Developers. NA. 7379. —23
SILVER SPRING—Several choice lots in
best subdivision Call Mr. Lor, ,WOR- ;
THINGTON REALTY. 8427 Georgia ave.,
8L. 3700. —22
ALBERMARLE ST., near Reno rd.—2 lots
00x121; will sell one or both; $4,500
each. OR. 3649. —22
COMMERCIAL LOT in Silver Spring:
nearly 9.000 sq. ft.; handy to large area
of^ome;? and ADts.: other stores in neigh
borhood; $1.50 per sq. ft. R. P. RIPLEY,
Realtor. SH. 7539, (Sun. and eves., SL.
4290. Mr. Hughes.) —23
up; water and electricity; close to trans
portation. stores; $25 down and $10 per
month Call Mrs. Lewis, Hillside 4602,
OFF ?6th ST. N.W., near Primrose rd.
tShrpherd Park>—Large corner and inside
lots for beautiful detached homes (finest
locptionL 5o to 100 ft. frontage, anv
desired depth: price. $-2,7 50 up. SHAPIRO.
INC. ME. 1117; eves. CO. 9324 or TA.
7511. —26
COLORED—LOTS—Fpw more left, 1 to 5
acres, nearby Md. Hobart 7826 or Box
^63-H. Star. 22*
GROUND zoned for 4-family flats, or
A- CO. 1606 20th st. n.w., DU. 6023;
eves . TA 2205. —23
ARLINGTON CO—At least 50 feet wide,
paved street, utilities; under $1,800. Phone
NO. 1599 after 7 p.m 23*
■■ - —
SELLING? We need properties of all
types, homes, small and large invest
ment properties, acreage, building lots
In groups, commercial ground and build-;
inss. Many clients waiting and our
sales force is equipped to handle any
deal. We can deliver a complete pack
ftep—the sale and the financing. FRED
K st n.w.. NA. 9141.
or buildings for sale or lease. A. M. ROTH,
Woodward Bide. NA. 7936.
I PAY CASH or will sell for you. lots,
houses or acreage: free appraisal. SCOTT
SANDERS. 33 11* So. Cap, st.. TR. 3 5»3
Several PARCELS of ground, ail utilities
avail, and suitable for subdivision, in or
nr. the District; will exchange for invest
ment property. MILTON F. RUPPERT.
405 Investment Building. DI. 5015; eves.,
EM. 5407. —22
TWELVE RM.. 4 bath det. stone stucco
• nd frame home; suitable dr 3 sq. Walter
Reed Hosp . Forest Glen. Silver Sp . Md.
First mort. $12,500, 4,a'r. Consider
clear farm or good second trust notes.
OWNER. SL. 5533, —22
r‘BUY NOW” for your future home in the
Land O' Sun*—One of Florida Gulf Coast s
fastest growing restricted communities of
fers you 1 to 5 acre homesites as low as
$3(10. $45 down. $15 mo,; over 400 sold;
hard rds., elec . guar, title For beautiful
Illustrated free booklet, write or phone
Paul E. Harrison.. 17UL2 K st. n.w.. ME.
J143. J. WESLEY BUCHANAN. Realtor.
TOURIST COURT, near Virginia Beach.'on
main highway, consisting of 6 new dble.
- cabins. 2 sgle. cabins and a cottage con
taining 2 apartments. Always rented,
winter and summer. Bargain price, with
good terms. Call till 0 p m . RE. 3531.
15th st. n w.—23
Warehouse for bent, downtown cor.
location: conv. in n wwill consider rent
ing of 1st and 2nd fls.. totaling approx.
34 000 so. ft. Call F. E. MIDDLETON,
KE 11R1
ft. 1-story warehouse bldg. 24-ft. ceiling:
rr siding: lust over District Une in Md
j A. WEINBERG CO., Realtors. 1707 H
at. n.w. NA. 6600. —22
8.000 SQ. FT.. In new fireproof bldg, on
B. & O. Railroad. Zoned industrial
Suitable for light mfi. storage, etc. Db!.
loading platforms. Within 16 min. from
downtown. Available at once. THOS. D_
Walsh, 816 nth at. n.w,. DI. 765<• —22
A RECORDED 2ND. TRUST for tale on
good n.w. property; $6,000, discount, 5% ;
private party. WO. 6852. —23
$4,500 to $6,000 at b'r interest Few de
sirable 2nd trust notes at 6CT. Priced
right. MR. PARKS, eves.. HO. 1550. —28!
MONEY WANTED — 1st trust notes on i
improved D C. property at 6‘i. SURETYj
REALTY CO.. EX 7044: eves.. SL. 2650 I
ON RT. 50, about JO miles east of Win-:
Chester; corner property of approximately i
30 acres, with a fruit orchard, having over
1.700 feet on main road and over TOO feet
on cross road. Suggested use: Cabins or
filling station, price. $6,000. WALKER &
DUNLOP, INC., 1200 15th st. n.w. DI.
WE ARE OFFERING a bargain between
Laurel and Fairland. 45 acres; 37 wooded, I
8 clear: for $250 per acre Phone Mr.
Abbe. WI. 3500, with SHANNON <fc LUCI4S
CO.. 1505 H st. n.w . NA. 2345. —22
60x8o-FT. BUILDING, business district:
suitable for store or repair garage. SHAD
RYCROFT. 18 Church st.. Front Royal.
Va. 22*
CEMETRY, 95 acres, located in zone of i
new South Capitol St. Bridge; also 410
acres same locality; suitable for walk-'
up apts. FULTON R. GORDON, 1427!
Eye st. n.w., DI. 5230. Brokers, attention.
—25 I
250 ACRES near the new Shirley hwy.,
now built through Fairfax and Arlington
counties. 500 acres nearby. These prop- ;
erties will subdivide well. Good investment. I
Price. $20,000. Shown by appointment.
BUELL FARM AGENCY, Herndon. Fairfax ;
County, Va. Phone 38. 22*
zoning, all utilities and transportation
Reasonably priced. Ray Morse. SH. 4977
OVER 1 ACRE. 15 mis. from District line,
just off new State road from Washington
to Indian Head: $25 cash. $15 mo.; price.
$525. J. W. McVICKER, TR. 1272. 1272 1
Raum st n.e. —2”
dleburg pike) some beautiful parcels of{
land at very reasonable prices: from 10 i
acres up MISS KING, CH. 0723. -—22
NEAR POTOMAC, MD„ 25 acres with 800 ,
feet on good road, for sale reasonably,
$550 per acre, to be sold as a tract. Tel.
Oliver 1616. 23*
10 ACRES, nice frontage on Lee hwy.. bet. i
Falls Church and Fairfax; nice elevation:
partly wooded; priced to sell. FRENZEL,
McLean. Va. Elmwood 378. —22
BUILDING SITES—2 to 10 acres. $200 to!
$750 per acre; 5 years to pay. Clarksburg.
Co., Md. Cleared or wooded; these sites
have everything required for the average
family. Unless you are looking for the
impossible, either one or the other of
these locations should suit. OWNER. Sligo
5533. —22
4.4* ACRES, nearby Fairfax Co.—Beautiful
tall shade trees: electricity and telephone;
along all-weather road in front of prop
erty: good building sites: $2,400. $240
down. $40 a month. VERNON M. LYNCH
& SONS, office 7 miles out Columbia pike.
ALex. 5906; closed Sunday.
21 ACRES, suitable for subdivision: gun
shot from Washington Golf Club; offers
invited from brokers and builders. JAMES
W. SOMERVILLE. Attorney, EX. 5555
<GL. 8004 nigntsl. —20
8-PLUS ACRES, surrounded by white
board fence: very fine elevation: unex-i
celled nefghborhood. in heart of Potomac i
Hunt country. SAMUEL E. BOGLEY, Real-i
tor. WI. 1320. WI. 5500. Open eves, till 9. j
APPROXIMATELY 4.000 sq. ft. of space
located in a large apartment house, vicinity'
of 14th and Park rd. n.w. Available fori
immediate occupancy. Suitable for a high
type wholesale or retail business, as well as
office space. Rent. $350 a month. Box
475-E. Star. —24
WISCONSIN NEAR O — Approx. 20x50,
plus basement: $225 mo. See Mr. Knox,
office of ROBERT W. SAVAGE, Union
Trust Bldg. NA. 3630. —23
ON GEORGIA AVE.—Occupancy about Oct. i
15. fine store suitable for any business.!
Call HARRY COHEN. RE. 4771. GE. 0280.
3119 M ST. N.W.—Excellent location, ap
proximately 20x50. $115 a mo. Immedi
ate occupancy. LEO M. BERNSTEIN &
CO . 1415 K st. n.w., ME. 5400. —20
1,4»4K>-SQ. FT. GROUND FLOOR store,
downtown location: ideal for distributor.
Immediate possession. J. A. WEINBERG
CO . Realtors. 1707 H st. n.w., NA. 5500.
UNDERWOOD ST., by Ga. ave.—New
stores, two rented, one available: ready i
about Oct. 15th. JACK COOPERSMITH,
H27 15th st. RE. 402H. 22*
NOW RENTING—Available Jan. 1. Hard
ware, records, cameras, books and op
tician. Extremely busy close-in estab-;
lished suburban shopping center. In
formation to interested principals only.1
See Mr. Haas. J. A. WEINBERG CO..
Realtors, 170 7 H st. n.w., NA. 6500. —22
town location. 925 9th st. n.w.; open daily
and Sunday. NA. 3509. —22
15th AND H N.E.—Busy corner, 2nd floor;
ideal location, cheap rent. 1496 H st. n.e.
DRUGSTORE LOCATION, corner bldg.~now
under construction, large lst-fl. store with
offices above for doctors and dentists; large
n.e. colored shopping center; available
soon. Apply leasing dept., LEO M. BERN
STEIN & CO., 1415 K st. n.w. ME. 5490.
4.800 SQ. FT. street level space, addl.
space in basement for storage, etc.: va
cant: located in the heart of the business
section in downtown Washington. For
further details apply leasing department, •
LEO M. BERNSTEIN & CO., 1415 K st.
n.w. ME. 5400._—26
25.000 SQ. FT., 2 fls., rent all or part; in I
12-story Conn. ave. bldg., Dupont Circle
area DUCIRCO. INC ., AD. 3200. —29
BEST LOCATION for dentist, 301 Mass,
ave. N.E ; 2nd fl.. 4 beautiful rooms
and bath, as office only, $90 mo.; as
office and residence, $125 mo. TR. 8817,:
or contact your own agent. —25 j
suites, excel, r st. location: reasonable
rent: building service. Call EX. 0313.
DOCTOR’S OFFICES and apt. combined:
prom. apt., vie. of, Wis. and Mass, aves.;
will remodel to suit tenant. OR. 0508
SUITE OF FOUR OFFICES, entire floor;
convenient location near Mayflower and
medical center: newly decorated and re
modeled: long lease; reasonable. RE. 1771
or AD. 5283. —23
1028 EYE ST. N.W.—Attractive seven
room office suite available for immediate
occupancy to well-rated organization. J.
H. KNOX, office of Robert W. Savage, 514
Union Trust Bldg. NA. 3630. —26
l*i BI.KS. WEST OF CONN, and M st.—
Approx. 850 sq. ft., suitable for business
or professional office. All outside rooms.
OR. 6262. —22
central downtown location: $40 per month.
MR SOLDANO. 015 Eye st. n.w. —23
BOND BLDG., 14th and N. Y. ave. n.w.— \
3 offices available Oct. 1st. Inquire Room!
212. —23
1536 CONN. AVE.—Desk space, including
phone and mail service: reasonable: sep- j
arate phone and mail service also avail
able. Call CO. 0800. —23
block of busy commercial street. Close in.
Ample parking space. OX. 1*884. —23
llth AND G STS. N.W.—Large and small
suites available; will be remodeled tn suit
your requirements; 10-stoTy office bldg.;
heat, electric, elevator and char service
included in rent. Apply leasing dept.,
LEO M. BERNSTEIN & CO., 1415 K st.
n.w.. ME. 5400. —26
2137 K ST. N.W—1st floor: 1 large room:
excellent location; display window. Apply
leasing dept., LEO M. BERNSTEIN & CO
1415 K st. n.w. ME. 5400. —26
COLORED—2-STORY and basement office
building, directly across the street from
Howard Theater; immediate occupancy.
K st- ME. 5400. —26
Offices available in new medical bldg. In |
large shopping center in the heart of
one of the finest colcred residential areas
in Washington. For further details apply
leasing dept . LEO M. BERNSTEIN CO
1415 K st. n.w. ME. 5400. —26
small suites avail, for immediate occu
pancy; 1 1-story modern bldg- in the heart
of the medical center. 2 blocks from the
new George Washington Memorial Hos- j
pita!: 24-hr. switchboard and elev. serv
ices. Apply Park Lane Bldg. 2025 Eye:
st. n.w.; RE. 1400, or call ME. 5400 for
details —20
square feet of space on 1st floor of' 10
story downtown office bldg.: addnl. space
in basement for storage, etc.; can be sub
divided; vacant. Apply leasing dept ,
LEO M. BERNSTEIN & CO, 1415 K fit.:
n.w.. ME. 5400 —26
story downtown fireproof office bldg.,
equipped with passenger and freight ele
vators: ideal for combination of office and
workroom or light manufacturing; Imme
diate occupancy; reasonable rentals. Apply
leasing dept- LEO M. BERNSTEIN & CO
1415 K fit. n.w. ME. 5400. —26
1731 K ST. N.W., nr. Conn. ave.—At-;
tractive light office, warm in winter and:
cool in summer; price, $60. RE. 1133.
—23 j
l lth AND K N.W.—Large and small auites. j
newly remodeled; occupancy Oct. 1. Call j
LEO M. BERNSTEIN & CO- 1415 K st.
n.w. ME. 5400. —26
lURir.ft. near iwm ana r>rs ra. n.w..
suitable for professional or comml. use.;
Eves . RA 9219: days. AD. 0600. —23
NEAR 15th AND K STS. N.W.—Approx
750 sq. ft., on 1st fl.. fronting on st.: !
suitable for travel agency, railroad ticket j
office, etc.: only qualified parties need
apply. Call NA. 4379. —23
SOON TO BE COMPLETED, office space
in new bldgs., adaptable for schools, in
stitutions or lge. business organizations
desiring space in excess of 7.000 ft. on
1 fl.: unlim. parking facilities: cross ven-i
filation: open floors; will divide. LOUIS
BURMAN. RE. 1768. —I
DOWNTOWN OFFICES—2 to 5 rm con
necting offices; carpeted, Venetian blinds,
elevator office bldg Quick possession.
AUERBACH & CO . DI. 4114. —22
ENTIRE 2nd FLOOR, over store, separate
street entrance, good for any business or
office, busy street, commercial zoned 3 ,
rooms, kitchen, bath and porch which
can be inclosed for another room. AD.
1717 or WO. 5495. 1438 Park rd. n.w. i
SMALL OFFICE, furnished, in Bond Bldg.:
suitable 1 man operation. NA. 1400 for
appointment. -
OFFICES FOR RENT—1737 De Sales st
n.w . 3 floors, approximately 3.000 sq. ft.
each floor, will rent in whole or part.
Please call Mr. Doe. with FRANK S.
PHILLIPS. DI 1411. —26
DOCTOR S OFFICES and apartment if de
sired: will remodel to suit tenant. R st.
west of Conn. ave. n.w. Phone 8 to 10 a m.
OR 2615. —22 i
STREET FLOOR—1.000 sq. ft. professional
office space; attractive: modern. 1830;
Jefferson pi . off Co$n. between M and N.
Inspection invited. 26*
STORAGE OR LIGHT manufacturing
space, fronting on wide alley, downtown:
approx. 400 sq. ft. Call ’til P p m.. RE.
905 15th n.w. —27
SUITE OF 2 lge. rms., 2nd fl., front., dble.
exposure, modern building. 1110 13th st.
n.w.; low rental. HENRY 8ALU8. P20
New York ave. n.w. NA. 1262. —27
2 ADJOINING OFFICES, newly dec.: park
in* lot: downtown area. MI. P283. —27
NR. DUPONT CIRCLE—2 rms, partly
furr., some *ervices; $50 per* mo. NO.
9063. —22
CONN. AVE.—2.000 sq. ft. In modern ele
vator office bid*,, divided In 7 rms.; will
rent half char, and util. furn. OR. 6508.
2631 CONN. AVE.—2nd and 3rd floors of
this attractive building: approx. 3.000
sq. ft.; reas. rental: excellent location.
207 E at. n.w.—Newly remodeled office
and showroom, suitable for many uses.
Thomas Circle—Exceptionally nice of
fice space; 700 sq. ft.; unusual accom
720 17th st. n.w.—2 nice rooms on
3rd floor: low rental. Mr. Barker. CAREY
WINSTON CO.. Property Managers, RE.
.3733, TE. 4760._—23
1 room _$25 up
2 rooms ___$5o up
3 rooms _ ... _ $75 up
Also 35.000 sq. ft. in modern office bldg..
in whole or in part. Call till 9 p.m., RE.
905 15th st. n.w._—37_
fice space with 650 sq. ft. or 1.500 sq. ft.,
reasonable rental. See Mr. Dodge, jr.,
WEAVER BROS.. INC, Wash. Bidg., DI
8300: eves.. CO. 5940.
BUSY CORNER, Ga. avp. and Kennedy st.,
4 rms . foyer, bath; modernized; all or
part. GE. 3943._—28
COLORED—3-ROOM SUITE available, lo
cated one block from 14th and You sts.
n.w.: ideal for lawyer, accountant or trade
oiganization; reasonable rent. To inspect,
call RUDDLN & COHN. INC., EX. 5705.
MAKSrOUR OFFICE your office; all service
facilities available. McGURN, Rrn. 304,
805 G st. n.w.. EX. 4978,_—33 j
MUSIC STUDIO available for rent. Call 1
NO. 4703 between 7 and 8 p.m. —33
SMALL FARMS—3 acres and independence,
$690 (no house); near sohool, stores,1
churches, bus. etc ; near fast.-growing town;
plenty of room for chickens, garden, fruits,
berries, etc.; beautifully wooded lots, some
have big oak trees, 7o and 80 feet high;
there is plenty of timber on any of these
wooded lots to build your own log cabin. :
two buyers have already done so: price, 1
$690 and up: $69 down. $12 monthly.
Drive out Lee blvd. or Lee hwy., 35 min- ,
utes to Centerville. See our big sign on
right. Fairfax Farms. Four-lane highway
from Washington to Centerville, no turns.
Open every day, 2 to 9 p.m. Bring $10
deposit. Trailways bus passes us on Lee
hwy. —22
STAFFORD COUNTY—60 acres of good
land, old 6-rm. house, barn, grainery and
chicken house; 46 mis. south of Wash, on
hard-surface rd., near Garrisonville. A
bargain at $5,000: substantial cash: conv. ,
terms for bal. Call Mr. Hawthorne with
CECIL B. LUPTON. Realtor, OW. 5333,
OX. 0859: eves., GL. 6457. —23
4 mis. beyond Fairfax; 8-rm. home, hand
some fireplace in liv. rm„ fully equipped
modern bath, oil h.-w.h., 3 baths, 1 bed
rm. on 1st., 4 bedrms. on 2nd. ample
ciusei, space, a iruiy wonaenui country
home. Fine productive farm. Fruit trees.
Excel, bldgs. Call for appointment to see ;
this unusual farm home. $27,500, % cash, i
MISS KING. CH. 0723. —22
ATTR. fi-RIVI. HOME on 12 acres near
Falls Church: knoll location: magnificent!
trees on lawn, orchard, woodland and ;
stream; nearly all cleared land; house has
fine construction, 2 porches, glassed-in
sun porch, bath, running water, elec., full (
basement, new furnace, elec, water heater.
600 ft. on proposed Fairfax dr. You won’t !
find another value like this for $16,850.
MISS KING. CH. 0723. —22
Md.; 10 acres of land on gocd highway.'
For further information, call MB. WIN
TERS. NO. 8941.
150 ACRES, at Cooksville. Md., 45 min.!
from D. C.. on county rd., 1.2 mi. from!
State highway; house now’ occupied by
tenant, lge., barn in fair cond., rolling;
land, some under cultivation, some wood
land, good spring, stream through prop.
This farm being sold to settle estate at
the very reasonable price of $0,000. E. S. i
PRICE & CO., ME. 3650, PL. 1231. —22 j
58-ACRE POULTRY FARM—A bargain; |
Montgomery County; fronts on hwy.; 10-;
rm. house, bath, heat; 5 brooder houses: :
3 laying houses; very fertile land, some
fruit and shade. JOHN BURDOFT, Coles
vilie Md Call Ashton (Md.i 3846. —24 ;
NEAR WINCHESTER. VA„ 16 mi. west of !
Winchester on paved hwy., approx. 130
acres, includes substantial house, barn. :
orchard. timber: $5,050. Call MR. :
LIPS. DI. 1411. —27 j
acres, 53 more acres available, 38 miles
from downtown Washington on a macad
amized road; the house is a masterpiece
remodeled specifications: its spaciousness
and up-to-date appointments will suit the
taste and needs of the most discriminating;
oil h.-w.h., 2-car garage; other bldgs, and
improvements are a large sturdy barn,
drilled well and automatic water system;
it must be seen to be appreciated: price,
$22,500: terms. For further information,
please call Mr. Berkey, MI. 4311. eves.,
GL. 3382. Exclusively with JAMES L.
DIXON & CO . 1730 Conn. ave. —22
DAIRY FARM. 50 head of stock. 220
acres, wooded, balance in rotated crops;
well-seeded; dairy barn and horse barn;
house, electricity, telephone, dairy equip
ment and machinery: $30,000; $10,000
cash: terms on balance. Weekdays, RE.
8384: SL 3806.—23
or near salt water nshinr: reasonable for
cash: give details. Box 177-H. Star. 23*
LOG CABIN—For sale (owner transferred,
Calif.), completely furnished and electric,
Kitcnen. large stone nrepiace witn neaier
lator: lake frontage, wooded area. $9,000.
excellent condition. 33 mi. D. C. MI. 3215
week days alter 7 evening. 22* j
ft ROOMS AND BATH, newly decorated. 1
block from water. Call FA. 1858-J
BEVERLEY and Shoreham Beach cottages,
some year round, some on water front; i
cottages at good beaches are scarce: buy:
now while prices are right. See W. E.
CRISER. Beverley Beach, office on Bev
erley ave. Phone West River 204-F-3.
WATERFRONT LOT. large, shady, right on
w-ater; adjacent to Woodland Beach. Call
eves., SH. 6974. —24
Hurst on Chesapeake Bay. 31 miles D. C.,
near Shady Side. Md. See the modernistic
and the other attractive cottages offered
for sale. Inquire at Cedar Hurst or WAL
TER M. BAUMAN, 1727 K st. n.w. NA.
q*Toj). —22
SUMMER HOTEL, at nearby restricted
Chesapeake Bay community, 14 rms., In
cluding lge. dining rm.: $15,000. WALTER
M. BAUMAN. 1727 K st. n.w. NA. 6229 ct
call West River 240-M. —*22
SCIENTISTS CLIFFS. Port Republic. Md.—
Lots for sale in bay colony of 70 cabins,
for college graduates, professionals. Real
restrictions in deeds. 4.6 miles beyond
Prince Frederick, turn left at sign. Leaflet
on request. —22
Beach)—Second house from ocean, first
floor has large living room, fireplace, com
plete bath, large dining room, cozy dinette,
completely equipped kitchen, screened
porch and maid’s quarters: second floor
has 3 bedrooms and Vu bath: shower,
dressing room, laundry in basement; Ve
netian blinds throughout, deepfreeze unit:
house in excellent condition; lot is 50 by
125 feet; priced at $12,500 for quick sale.
GEO. J. MOSS. Realtor, SH. 2600. or
DANIEL ANDERSON. Realtor. 11 Park
ave., Rehoboth Beach, Del. Phone 3441.
_ 24*
Small country estate, 30 min. from down
town; magnificent view across Potomac;
35-ft. living room. 4 bedrooms, 2Va baths,
modern kitchen, oil heat, 4 acres. Rnck
ville 2425. —25
SPACE FOR I CAR, in rear of 1920 L st.
n.w.: $10 per month. HENRY J. ROBB.
INC., 1024 Vermont ave. n.w., DI. 8141.
1st AND 2nd TRUST LOANS—Prompt
and courteous service. Before borrowing
9th st. n.w RE. 6650.
buy second-trust notes, D. C., nearby Md.
or Va. Reasonable rates. NATIONAL
N. Y. ave. n.w. National 5833.
CASH FOR 2nd TRUST NOTES; quick set
tlement. FULTON R. GORDON. 1427 Eye
st. n.w., DI. 6230. Brokers, attention.
MONEY on first and second trusts: prompt i
action, reasonable rates; nearbv Maryland. ,
Virginia or D. C. property. THE AMERI
CAN CO., 807 15th. NA. 8032.
1st, 2nd. 3rd TRUST LOANS, nearby Md.,
Va. and D. C.; mo. payta. lowered. ADAMS
REALTY CO.• 905 N. Y. ave. n.w., RE.'
1812, RE. 1813. 30*
2nd-TRUST LOANS. D. C., Md.. Va. prop.;!
immed. service, low rates. MAURICE B.
BERENTER & CO., Dl. 9234.
J st AND 2nd TRUST LOANS on real estate
in D. C.. Md. and Va.. MR. DRAISNER.
1404 L st. n.w.. NA. 4157.
SECOND TRUST NOTE for sale, secured
In D. C. property. Call MR. MARTIN. RE.
GARAGE WANTED, brick, 1 or 2 car. in
D. C. pref. a e. Call VI. 2811 Monday
after 8 p.m. —22 i
GARAGE WANTED, single car, walking
distance Dupont Circle; monthly or yearly
rental Call MI. 2317. 22* i
4-CAR OR LARGER garage for body and
fender repairs in D. C. or nearby. Box
GARAGE for sale: 1 block off Wisconsin;
ave.. on Volta pi. n.w.; excellent condi-;
tion. Call HO. 0421. —23
mill buildings: engineered and erected. I
st. n.w. —27 j
1715 19ih ST. N.W. — Heated garage,
rental. $10 per mo. J. H. Knox, office of
ROBERT W. SAVAGE, Union Trust Bidg..
NA. 3830. —22
COMPLETE JOB, $35 up; work guaran- j
teed. GILBERT. 4102 Pa. ave. ext. «.e..
VI. 3539. Phone 5 to 7 p.m. only.
AUTO PAINTING. $39: best materials
used: immediate service, body and fender;
work. 3510 Ga. ave., GE. 9842.
AUTO PAINTING — Complete Job. $80; j
select your color: work guaranteed. ADDI
SON CHEVROLET. 1522 14th st. n.w..;
HO. 7500.(
IF YOU ARE PLANNING to buy a ear from
a private party or dealer. It Isn’t necessary
to pay cash. Our easy payment plan will
conform with your budget. Call us before
you buy. Our staff of experts wlil be glad
to appraise the car for fair market value
and mechanical condition and assist In
procuring title and tags. No obligation.
Telephone RepubTte 1200. NOLAN FINANCB
CO., 1102 New York ave. n.w. Greyhound!
Bus Terminal Bldk.
delivery; new shipment just arrived; the
neatest one you’ve ever seen; auitable for
merchants, farmers, fishermen and tour
ing. Low priced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO .
1437 Irving st. n.w.. AD. 8600, Washing
ton s Largest Pontiac Dealer.
carry a large stock of good-duality seat
covers In popular colors. They will also
fit other models of General Motors cars
Prompt and neat installation if desired
ARCADE PONTIAC CO., 1437 Irving st
n.w. AD 8500.
est safety process: beautiful tread; 2-hour
service; electric-treated sections if your
tire is cut. See your tires being recapped
at ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. Washington's
Largest Pontiac Dealer. 1437 Irving st.
n.w.. AD 850(1. Quick, efficient se-vice
stalled: 48-hour service: $250: all makes
overhauled and guaranteed. FLEISHER’S
GARAGE. 4211 Eye st. n.w.. NA. 9409. —24
SIMONIZING, professional job. satisfaction
guaranteed; will call: only $7.5(1, GL. 0894.
AVAILABLE for immediate delivery, new
AJS, Matchless and Ariel motorcycles.
Good stock of used machines on hand.
1946 Ariel 350 c.c. de luxe. 1946 AJS 350
c.c., 1946 Haricy-Davidscm 61, o.h.v, 1946
Hariey-Davidson 4.5”. 1941 Terrot 500
c.c , two 1947 Matchless 500 c.c. Terms
can be arranged. See them at ALLIED
MOTORCYCLE SALES, 2014 M st. n.w.,
RE. 5073. —55
TRIUMPH 1946 Speed Twin: new cond.;
SI25 in extras; don’t miss this one. FA.
2825-J. —22
HAKLEY-DAVIDSON 74. 1938; excellent
condition; chrome: buddy seat; must sell;
make an offer. SH. 2544. —29
INDIAN CHIEF. 1944 commercial, side
hack: 6,50o miles; orig. owner; $650. CARL
EVANS. MI. 9422. 23*
speed; with side car and windshield; excel,
cond. Price. $215. CH. 0319. —23
excellent condition; puce, $200. Phone
TO. 5841. —22
53. 4 h.p. motor: complete overhaul of
motor and carburetor, new 2-speed trans
mission. fly wheel, cutch and paint job;
$190 or best offer under. FA. 2243-W.
MOTOR SCOOTER, Cushman, 1945, red;
new brakes and tires, wind guard, stop
light: excellent condition. CH. 1901. —23
WHIZZER MOTORBIKE, perfect cond.;
many accessories, Including hand brakes;
$135. Call WI. 5140.—23
MOVING AND HAULING made easy and
thrifty when you rent one of our luggage
utility trailers and boat trailers by the
day, week or month. AMERICAN TRAIL
ER CO.. INC.. 4030 Wisconsin ave. n.w.
Phone WO. .3231.
SPARTAN MANOR, latest model, aluminum
channel-type ribs and exterior, thoroughly
Route 1, Berwyn. Md.. phone Tower 6162.
Only authorized dealer bet. Baltimore and
apartment on wheels: light-weight alum
inum de luxe trailer coach: sleeps 6:
combination electric and ice refrigerator,
hot-water heater, complete bathroom with
shower. Also the famous Trotwood de
luxe trailer; electric refjigerator. Butane
cook stove; sleeps 4: $1,595. The Trot
wood economy; $1,295. Sea ABC TRAILER
SALES. INC.. 9001 Wa&.-Balto. blvd.,
U. S. 1. Berwyn. TO. 4949.
NATIONAL TRAILERS, 1947, now on dis
play C FRED PAINTER, 6009 Baltimore
ave., Riverdale. Md. Phone WA. 4903.
ALMA 1942, 20 ft.: hitch and accessories
included; excellent condition: private. Call
ALex. 3582. MR. HITCHCOCK. 23
GLIDER 1947, announces the arrival of
several more model 88-B’s with hot and
cold running water, stainless steel kitchen,
large elec, refgr., shower, and flush toilet.
The best trailer on earth. 12. 18, 24
months financing. COLIE TRAILER CO.,
8200 Georgia ave. n.w., SL. 8200. or SL.
A SELECTION of the finest home trailer
coaches built. Howard, Schult, Zimmer,
American and Travelo. Trailer parts and
accessories, bottled-gas stoves and fittings.
Open daily and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Wisconsin ave. n.w. Phone WO. 3231.
ALMA TRAILER, 1948, large size and
porch; fully eQUipped. 5 Cherry Hill Trail
er Park, Berwyn, Md. R. C. COOPER. —23
SILVER MOON ALMA, late 46; 27-ft.; 4
wheels, elec, brakes, bottle gas: best trailer
made, like new: sleeps 4; $2,900. Lot 38,
Wash. Tourist Camp. —23
1947 CABINCAR, $1,000 trailer, width fi
ft., length 15, weight 1,000; dbl. bed, ice
box. hot plate; driven 250 miles. Pur
chased July, no reasonable offer refused
Owner departing for Europe and must
sell Telephone MR. NEW, wk. days before
5 n.m., DI 8186; other times LI. 0400
coach dealer invites your inspection ol
their outstanding variety of trailer homei
in aluminum and masonite constructed bi
America's leading manufacturers. Prices
and sizes to meet every need. Also
Higgins campers and utility trailer*,
Berwyn. Md. Phone TO. 6035.
FOR SALE. 15-ft. trailer; very reasonable.
Call GL. 6755. —22
DUO 46 trailer, 28-ft., 3 rooms, electric
refrigeration, hot running water. 3 full
size closets, beautiful interior; excellent
shape. BRUNDLE. 42 Spring dr., Spring
Bank Pk . Alex., Va. 23
HOUSE TRAILER. 24-ft., fully equipped;
sleeps 4: $000. Call HI. 5510._—23
BROCKWAY 1941 3-ton truck. 1941 1V2
ton Ford truck. 1040 l*/2-ton Interna
tional truck. 1940 l12-ton Chevrolet truck.
These trucks are being replaced by a new
fleet and are in various stages of repair.
Come out and see them. No reasonable
offer refused. MR. FREEDMAN. 4725
Bethesda ave , Bethesda. Md. —29
5 FORD 1947 stake-body trucks; less than
5.000 miles; for sale. See daily, 8-6 P.m.
Drive out Leesburg pike (Rt. 7), 5.2 miles
past Tysons Corner to W. B. KERN FARM
on right, opposite the old mill.
CHEV. CRANE, complete, 1V2 ton, dual
wheels, power brakes; this Is a one-owner
truck, in excel, pond.; $695. JET MOTOR
SALES. LI. 0336. —24
MACK TRACTOR, L. F. T. 1944; excel,
cond.; new rubber; sacrifice $600: due to
cancellation of contract. LOUIS VOULE
LIS. 810 Bladensburg rd. n.e. —23
FORD 1 Q11 1 ctalrp- v»r* enn_
dition; $890. terms; $300 cash. $59
month. ROPER, 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 22*
CHEVROLET de luxe, very large Hi-ton
panel; best condition: $475, terms: $175
cash, $37 month. ROPER, 1730 R. I.
ave. n.e. 22*
FORD 1941 pickup: new paint, perfect
cond.: $795 or best ofTer under. Call
DI. 6990. —23
FORD 1947, short wheelbase. 1 Vi-ton gen
uine Ford stake body and heater; mileage
less than 100: purchased Sept. 18; $l,90u
cash. ME. 0053.
CHEVROLET 1941 H/i-ton, 14-ft stakje
body, new motor, good tires: 10 wheels,
extrn wheels can be detached; must sell.
SP. 0104. —22
FORD 1941 truck. I1 i-ton stake body,
long wheel base, new 1946 motor, radiator,
clutch brakes, excellent condition. RA.
9665 or SH. 1724 —25
CHEVROLET 1946 pickup Vi-ton: excel,
cond.: driven only 20.000 miles; $1,200 or
under. ANDY'S. 2801 12th n.e. •
CHEVROLET 1938 half-ton panel truck:
newly painted and body very clean; good
mechanical condition; good tires. $485.
RE. 5867. 801 H st. n.w. . 24*
CHEVROLET 1944 lH-ton chassis and
cab. 160-in. wheelbase, with frame exten
sion. This truck was owner-driven, with
less than 40.000 miles, and Is in excellent
condition throughout. Ask for Mr. Bar
1130 Conn. ave. RE. 7878. Closed Sun
days. —22
DODGE *4-ton truck, 1940 model WC-4.
stake body; $350. Call MI. 0501. MR.
ELLISON: Can be seen weekdays, 8-5 p.m.
CHEVROLET 1942 4x4, 12-ft. flat body;
good cond. WA. 8896. —24
STFDEBAKER 1941 6x6, 14-ft. flat body;
good cond. WA. 8896. —24
REO 1946 Hi-ton. 12-ft. stake body;
excel, cond WA. 8896. —24
FORD 1947 2-ton. 12-ft. stake body;
excel, cond. WA. 8896._—24
CENTRAL MOTOR CO., GMC truck dealer,
offers 40 trucks at special sale.
Pickups, panels, metro bodies, stakes,
dump, furniture vans, refrigerated trucks.
15 and 29 pass, buses, tractors, chassis
and cabs, semitrailers.
Army surplus cargoes and dumps. 4x4
and 6x6. half tracks, bridge constructors,
ducks, amphibious Jeeps, sterilizer vans.
dealers. 3200 Lee hwy., Arlington. Va.,
CH. 7000. daily. 8 a m. to 9 p.m,. Sun. 10
to 3. To reach: Out M st. through George
town, cross Key Bridge, turn right on Lee
hwy. (tJ. S. 29 and 211): drive 1V2 miles.
VETERAN desires household moving, gen
eral hauling;* vans, stakes, panels; white
help: reas. rates VI. 8260, Ext. 72.
vans, stakes, panels and pickups: for hire
by day. week or month. PUBLIC SERVICE
DRIVE-UR-SELF. ME. 7011. 1*
VETERAN HAS TRUCK for moving and
hAiiline: will move von anywhere'. anv time.
MACK. TW. 0345. ' —24
VAN TRUCKS, large or small Jobs: experi
enced help, prompt service: reas. prices;
local and long distance. TA. 2937. 22*
I'4-TON DUMP TRUCK, by hr., day or
job, FR. 2730.*_
All advertisements offering auto
mobiles for sale most incfnde aetnal
selling price of ear.
tires, good body, needs repair to top and
upholstery; $375, or best offer under. "Call
SH. 2750. —23
BRITISH “Standard 8“ 1947 “Tourer’*;
10.000 miles; $1,400 or best offer under
DU. 0759. 23*
BUICK 1947 Roadmaster 4-dr.: brand-new,
completely equipped, no mileage; original
owner; $3,600. SH. 7362. —25
BUICK 1936 4-dr. sedan: h.; very good
running condition; needs glass; only $350.
341 15th st. s.e. 22*
BUICK 3 940 7-passenger: $995. Call at
4900 Alabama ave. s.e., Apt. 4, between
6 and 8 p.m. 23*
BUICK 1947 Roadmaster sedanette. fully
equipped. 1.1041 miles; $3,250 or best offer
under. 1620 2nd st. s.w. —22
BUICK 1938; hardly ever used: In garage:
radio, heater, white wall tires; best offer
under $900 Call OWNER. HO. 9700. 22*
BUICK 1939 de luxe club coupe; radio
and heater, fog lights, car in perfect con
dition; $950 cash. LU. 7505. —22
BUICK 1941 Super 4-dr. sedan: r. and h..
black finish; $1,395. CAPITOL MOTOR
CO.. Silver Spring Packard dealer. 928
Phila. ave . SH. 3900. —23
BUICK 1947 black, roadmaster 4-door:
radio, heater, seat covers; K.900 miles;
*2.950: will take smaller car In trade.
LU. 0270. —22
BUICK 1941 limousine: by private party;
excellent condition, low mileage; price.
$1,700. Seen at 726 19th st. n.e.. FR
1709 all day Sunday and eves, after 4:30
p.m. —28
BUICK 1947 Super sedanette: black: fully
equipped; 500 miles; $2,800 or best offer
under: accept car in trade CH. 3666.
BUICK 1936 Special 4-dr.; radio, heater,
trailer hook-up. helper springs; $400 or
best offer under. No dealers. Call SH.
6974, after 6 p.m. —24
; BUICK 1947 4-dr. black »ed»n; 75 miles
on speedometer, r. and h.. nylon seat
covers, absolutely perfect: from pvt. owner;
*3.100. HO. 6143, Apt. 43. —23
BUICK 1941 5-passenger Super sport
sedan: in new-car cond. throughout; a real
buy for *1.600. See to appreciate. WA.
7077. _
BUICK 1942 Super: in very good condi
tion: radio, heater; *1,800. Call OR.
3480. AD, 2463. —24 i
! BUICK 1947 brand-new station wagon: I
| radio, heater; *3,900; consider trade or
| terms. Adams 0926. 22*
| BUICK , 1947 Roadmaster conv., beautiful
light blue: r. and h.. plastic seat covers, fog
and spotlights, other extras; *3,875 Will i
I consider trade-in of smaller '46 or ’47 car.
j CH. 0863. 22
; BUICK 1938: radio and heater, in good
I s and take 0Yer payments. ME.
I 0343. •
; BUICK 1942 Super 4-door sedan: radio and
; neater, signal lights, original black paint.
i looks and runs fine; sacrifice, $1,695; no
dealers please. OR. 4714.
BUICK 1939 4-door Century sedan, radio
and heater, $925. GL. 2093. —22
j CADILLAC 1947 sedan: blue color; seat
[covers, radio, heater: 3 months old, 3.500
miles: $4,500. 24 H st. n.e. ME. 3355.
[CADILLAC 1941 Fleetwood custom limo.,
i moQel *75”; finish is black and looks
! almost new, as does the interior. Mechan
i leal cond. is guaranteed. Price, $2,775.'
CAPITOL CADILLAC CO. 1222 22nd st.
[ n.w. NA. 3300. Closed fiat., Sun. and eves.
[CADILLAC 1941 model 61; private owner;!
excellent condition; must be sold immedi
ately, am getting new car: price. $1,975 [
or best offer below. Call GL. 9181. —22
CADILLAC 1940 5-pa^senger sport coupe,
model 62; beautiful black finish: radio,
de luxe heater and all good tires. This car
is in top mechanical cond. and will offer
the best In good transp. Our warranty,
price, $1,7 95. MAYFLOWER MOTORS.'
INC.. 1125 15th st. n.w., Lincoln and
Mercury dealer. RE. 0303. —23
CADILLAC 1946 black sedan. 62 series;
r and h,. seat covers, six-ply extra-life
tires, 15,000 mileage; in perfect cond.:
price, $4,000. Can be seen between 9 and
o p m. daily at 1418 No. Uhle. st.
Arlington, Va., or call GL. 3541. —23 i
CHEW 1942 Aero sedan: excel, cond.. new,
paint; $1,350: also new Kaiser-Frazer
ave.. Bethesda. Md.. OL. 8225. —25
CHEVROLET 1936 coupe: overhauled
motor, new clutch, rear end. brakes, start
ing system, good tires; $398. RA. 3913.
CHEVROLET 1938 Master de luxe 4-door
sedan: radio; $550. PL. 0142.
CHEVROLET 1934 de luxe coupe; rumble
seat: clean throughout: recent overhaul; 1
good running condition; $350. Falls Church
1904-J. _25 i
CHEVROLET 1941 Master de luxe 4-door
sedan; new motor and paint, clean inside
and out; 30-day warranty; $1,050.
FRANK SMALL, Jr., INC., 215 Pa. ave.
s.e. LU. 4343. _no |
ih.j.5 cpf„ good rubber: excellent
running condition; $175. Call WI. 7414
CROSLEY 1947 sedans, convertibles and
pick-up trucks; immediate delivery; $957
1 up: fully equipped. HENRY MILLER
MOTORS, 1133 18th st. n.w. RE. 5252.!
CHRYSLER 1940 New Yorker: fluid drive,
overdrive, auto, clutch: r. and h.: first
class shape; $1,250. EM. 0970. —22 i
CHRYSLER 1941 (Traveler) sedan; fine
condition: $1,195: terms, $475 cash;
$59 month. ‘ROPER.'’ 1730 R I ;
ave. n.e. 22*
CHRYSLER 1936 sedan; Just passed D. C.
inspection: new seat covers: to the highest'
bidder under $400. 305 D st. n.w., I
Apt. 2. 22* I
CHRYSLER 1947 Town and Country green
4-door: radio and heater: 90 miles: hard
top with chrome luggage carrier; will ac
cept dealer’s list price of $3,449 or cash
and smaller car. FR. 3551. —22
CHRYSLER 1946 brougham: $2,400 or
best offer under. WA. 7115. —22
CROSLEY 1942 sedan; $695, half cash.
Phone OR. 1762. 24*
DE SOTO 1946 late model Custom con
vertible club coupe; radio, heater and spot
light: perfect condition; black; $2,575;
private party. Phone DU. 3101. —23
DE SOTO 1940 sedan: good cond.: pvt
owner: only $895. Trinidad 2020 between
12 and 2. —23
DE SOTO 1936 4-door sedan, new ring
job. radio and heater, seat covers, recently
passed ’47 D. C. insp., $425. DU. 2970.
DODGE 1941 sedan Luxury Liner; motor.
, tires, body and paint in excellent condi
j lion: will accept old model in trade or
$1,0/5 cash. Private owner, see at Amoco
station, 14th and V n.w.
DODGE 1938 4-dr. sedan: r. and h.. black
finish: $695. CAPITOL MOTOR CO , Sil
ver Spring Packard dealer, .928 Phila. ave.,
SH. 3900. 23
DODGE 1941 4-dr. sedan: r. and h., two
tone maroon and grey: low mileage; 1
owner: excel, motor; $1,195, cash or trade,
or $415 down. $63 mo. STONE. 1617
14th st. n.w. AD. 7363. —24
DODGE 1940 4-door sedan; call after
5:30. TR. 0135. $700. —24
FORD 1933 coupe; passed D. C. Inspection:
new rings; $265. WO. 7729. 3622 Lega
tion st. n.w.
FORD 1939 4-dr.; by original lady owner:
excel, finish, r. and h., new tires, recently
completely overhauled: $950 cash. Call
NA. 3120, Ipct. 509, between 9:30 and 4.
FORD 1947 Super de luxe Fordor. new:
extras: $2,195 or best offer under. TW.
8300. Ext. 78. _22
FORD 1941 de luxe Tudor: car In im- !
maculate condition, completely renovated
ins»de and out; new-car appearance, 30- :
day warranty: an excellent buy, only
$1,145. FRANK SMALL, Jr., INC.. 215
Pa. ave. s.e. LU. 4343. —22 i
FORD ’38 black Fordor sedan: motor, up
holstery. body in very good cond.; $635. !
See at 913 Franklin st. n.e.. GL. 3990
FORD 194 6 V-R de luxe business coupe:
heater, seat covers, perfect cond.; low
mileage, orig. owner; $1,650;.* «&5C5689.
FORD 1936 Fordor de luxe trunk sedan:
clean inside and outside, good mechanical
condition: $375. RE. 5867. 801 H st. n.w.
FORD 1933 sedan: good runnning condi
tion. enori rlpftn 1inhnl«rt#>rv trnArt rnhh«»r
owner leaving town, $240 or best offer I
I under. HI. 6504. —23
FORD 1937 de luxe 85 4-dr. sedan: com-!
i pletely overhauled, perfect condition every j
I detail, new paint, upholstery, many new
parts; looks, runs like new; radio, heater.
$»0. AL. 6848.
i FORD 1942 de luxe Tudor sedan; dark
blue finish: excel, tires and mechanically
in A-I cond.: this is ideal economical
transp. for our low warranted price of
Washington's oldest and largest Lincoln
Mercury dealer. RE. 0303. —23
HUDSON 1946 Super “6’* 4-door -sedan;
radio and heater; interior two-toned de
[ sign on doors and covers on seats; $1,995.
| Trade your present car for a liberal al
lowance. APITOL CADILLAC CO.. 1222
22nd st. n.w. Closed Sat., Sun. and eves.
HUDSON 1947 4-dr. sedan, with acces
I sories including seat covers and heater; i
l asking price. $2,100. WO. 6719. —24
HUDSON 1947 Commodore light blue 4
dr. sedan, no mileage, air conditioning;
$2,295, or best offer under. OW. 7217J
JEEP, Willys. 1946; 9 000 miles; all cur-j
tains and seats; power take off; $1,250:1
same sells now for $1,650. DU. 3653.!
JEEP 1943: new paint. 3.000 miles since !
complete overhaul; $700 cash. Call SL.
4496 or see at 611 Silver Spring ave.. Sil
ver Spring, Md. —23
JEEP 1944. original owner: only 13.000 ml.:
perfect condition; this car will give many
years of dependable, economical service;
bargain at $976. HI. 4163. 28*
LA SALLE 1939 4-door sedan; excel, cond..
heater and defroster. 4 new tires, motor
overhauled 4.000 miles ago; price, $1,600.
MR. MALONEY, eves. 7 to 9 p.m. WO.
7649. —23
LA SALLE 1939 4-dr. sedan: good condi
tion; $850. UN. 0749. 7-9 p.m.
LA SALLE 1937 4-door convertible: new
paint; $600. as Is, or best offer under.
Ashton 5187.
LINCOLN-ZEPHYR 4-door: excel, cond.
with radio; $1,200 or best offer under.
SL 4064. —24
LINCOLN 1946 4-door sedan; beautiful
valley-green finish, equipped with heater,
radio and custom plastic seat covers,
mechanically perfect: the only difference
between this and a npw car is a number;
priced at $2,895. MAYFLOWER MOTORS.
INC., Washington's oldest and largest
Lincoln. Mercury dealer. RE. 0303. —23
LINCOLN 1946 club coupe: Grotto-blue
finish, like new. equipped with fog lights,
overdrive and heater: car has low mile
age and Is mechanically perfect; to give
you many trouble-free miles: priced at
Washington's oldest and largest Lincoln,
Mercury dealer. RE. 0303. —23
LINOLN 1946 4-door sedan: maroon; spot
lessly clean inside and outside; equipped
with overdrive, heater and defroster.
Price, $2,965. CAPITOL CADILLAC CO..
1222 22nd at. n.w. Closed Sat., Sun. and
eves. _22
MERCURY 1939 4-dr. sedan: In A-l cond.
throughout: about $200 spent on car re
cently; new paint Job; pvt. owned; $925
cash. WA. 2027.
NASH 1946 model 600 taxi: Just passed
j D. C. inspection, good condition, radio and
I heater: $1,500. 1274 So. 28th st., Arl..
Va. OW. 6873 between 6 and 7 p m. 24* j
NASH 1942 model 600 sedan; best condi
tion: $1,195; terms. $475 cash. $59 mo.’
uiy v/n vv-i x i • f x. a»c.
I n.e. 22* j
| NASH 3 941 600 series 4-ur. .sedan; In ex
cellent cond.: yoitmust see to appreciate: !
$875. Dodge. 1 <**6 de luxe. 2-dr. sedan,1
$275: Ford. 1941. pickup, recently over-;
hauled: excl. cond , $675. HAWKINS &
SHIPLEY. Rockville 3916. —23
OLDSMOBILE 1946 2-door sedan; with
radio; excellent condition, looks like new;
6,000 miles: $2,350. See MR. ESI. 1606'
23rd st. n.w. —22
OLDSMOBILE 1940 4-dr. “8” sedan: good
mechanical cond.: heater; $995. Week
days, 8 to 6. 712 E st. s.e. —23
OLDSMOBILE 1941 “66" 2-dr Hyramatic;
excellent mechanical cond.: $1,250, or best
offer under: cash. Afternoon and even
ing. call VI. 0079. —28
OLDSMOBILE 1941 5-passenger club
coupe, fully equipped: $1,195. Call TR.
| 2020 between 12 and 2. —23
OLDS 1936 4-dr. sedan; new paint, new
! front end; overhauled: 3 new tires, r. and
h.: $385. Call JA. 2127-J.
I PACKARD 1946 taxi; 7 months old. per-'
; lect condition; $2,050. Call between
! 5 and 7 p.m. AT. 3635. —22
PACKARD 1940 club coupe. 110 series.!
16‘ cyl.; excellent mechanical condition: i
30-day guarantee: only $895. BENDALL
; PONTIAC. 1611 King st., Alexandria. Va.
lOV. 1600. —22 J
PACKARD 1939 sedan: very good cond.Jj
I good tires: will sacrifice, $795 or best
offer under; will accept trade. GL. 5147. j
PACKARD 1940 de luxe 8-cylindei con-1
vertible; radio, heater: original mileage;
excellent condition throughout; $1,275.'
GE. 3681 after 5:30. —23
PACKARD 1941 8-cylinder 4-door sedan;!
excellent cond.. motor recently overhauled.
4 new tires, r. and h.: $1,375 cash. Marl-,
boro 3590. —22 j
PACKARD de luxe sedan; splendid condi
tion; $395: terms. $150 cash. $29 month.
ROPER MOTOR CO., 1730 R. I. ave.
n.e. „ 22*
PLYMOUTH 1934 coupe: Just passed In
spection, good condition; $285. ANDY’S.
2801 12th st. n.e. •
PLYMOUTH convertible. 1946: radio, heat
er. spotlight, white-wall tires, genuine red
leather upholstery: low mileage; excellent
condition; $2,250. best offer under. NA.
6131. 23*
PLYMOUTH 3 934 4-dr. sedan; good tires.
Just overhauled, guaranteed to pass in
spection: $325. 3700 Georgia avt. n.w.
PLYMOUTH 1941 ex-taxi: painted black,
perfect condition; $950. Call DU. 1829
after 6 p.m. —24
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38 Nautical hall
40 Insect
41 To peel
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43 However
44 Sailor
45 Four
46 To marry
47 Fox with
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52 Wild goat
54 Epoch
55 Sprinted
56 Slight coloring
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2 Devoured
3 To land
4 To seek
5 Large deer
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7 King of Israel
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Points for Parents “By EDYTH thomas Wallace
Whenever possible, punishment should be the logical conse
quence of the offense. We should never use anything as punish
ment which we ivish a child to enjoy doing.
Mother—Since you disobeyed our !
rule about coming straight home
after an evening movie with girls j
your age, you cannot go with them
this week.
PLYMOUTH 1939 4-door de "luxe; heater,
motor perfect, good tires: $800, or best
offer under. Ashton 6187.
PLYMOUTH 1039 4-door sedan: heater:
recently overhauled; price, $800; no
dealers. Call Glebe 5817. 23*
PLYMOUTH 1941 Special de luxe coupe:
black finish, low mileage: a very clean
car; $1,045. CAPITOL MOTOR CO., Sil
ver Spring Packard dealer, 928 Phila. ave.,
SH. 3900. —33
PLYMOUTH 1936 4-dr., sedan: fair cond.:
as is. $295. CAPITOL MOTOR CO.. Sil
ver Spring Packard dealer, 928 Phila. aye.,
SH. 3900. —23
PLYMOUTH 1947 4-door sedan: r. and h..
seat covers; $2,195 or best offer under.
PR. 9579. 2210 Bladensburg rd. n.e. —23
PLYMOUTH 1941. iris blue: excellent con
dition; $985. MR. ABSHER, 33 New York
ave. n.e. RE. 2727. 22*
PLYMOUTH 1941 convertible 5-passenger
coupe: finest condition; $1,225; terms.
•ROPER’ MOTOR CO., 1730 R. I. ave.
n.e. 22*
PONTIAC 1947 big 4-dr. streamliner "8";
beautiful two-tone gray; 1.200 miles; not
a scratch, like new; r., h., plastic seat
covers and all accessories; $2,595. TW.
8300, Ext. 256. —24
PONTIAC 1937 exceptionally good looking
2-dr. sedan; motor recently overhauled,
brand new battery, topnotch tires, slip
covers in fine shape; $650. WI. 3862. —24
PONTIAC 1946 Torpedo “8” 4 dr.; by
original owner, 12.000 mi., radio, heater,
spotlight, leather seat covers, original tires,
new spare; very clean; $2,200. NA. 3771,
Ext 807. —32
PONTIAC 1934 2-passenger coupe; 62,000
miles: $500 RA. 0090.
PONTIAC 1940 4-door sedan; 6 cyl.: has
new motor; in good mechanical condition:
sell for $800, or best offer under. DU.
1805. —24
PONTIAC 1939 conv.; radio and heater,
new paint and new top; excel, cond.
throughout; yours for $995, or best offer
under. EM. 1527
PONTIAC 1943 *,8’’ 4-door: r. and h.. new
tires, excel, condition; original owner;
$1,725 cash. RA. 7251. 23*
STUDEBAKER late 1947 4-door sedan:
heater, low mileage. $2,095: 1947 4-door
Royal de luxe sedan, radio, heater, hill
holder, overdrive. $2,295: 1947 Regal 8
window club coupe, practically new. $2,495.
Bladensburg rd. —22
STUDEBAKER 1947 2-door sedan; radio.
Climatiser. other extras, low mileage;
$2,250. 7-9 p.m.. 2131 Mass. ave. n.w.
STUDEBAKER 1939 President 4-door se
dan; good trans.; $646. CAPITOL CADIL
LAC CO., 1222 22nd st. n.w. Closed
Sat., Sun. and eves. •—22
WILLYS 1942 sedan, in nice shape: low op
erating cost; $900. It’s a bargain. 2707
Woodley pi. n.w., AD. 5934. —22
AUTO AUCTION—Sell or buy a car the
modern way; sell only if bid is satisfac
tory; total fee. $5. You won’t go wrong
buying or selling a car here; Big auction
cols overv T'lioc »vo 7 n m 1 1 1 .‘t Va flVP
s.e. or 1100 1.1th st. s.e. LU. 3666. —30
for cash or sell your car at your price.
Auction sale every Friday night. 8 p.m
Bring your car (new or used) early Thurs
day or Friday for listing. First come, first
served. Open daily 9 to 5. WASHINGTON
AUTO AUCTION, 8511 Colesville rd.
SH. 4400. —30
WILL RENT* late model car by day; also
1041 Chev. sedan for sale. $1,100. Box
187-H. Star._24* j
1047 Ford 2-door, r. and h._$2,345
1946 Chevrolet Aero sedan _2.145
1946 Ford convertible 2,245
1942 Chevrolet 2-door, as is _ 1,175
1938 LaSalle convertible __ 750
1936 Buick 6-wheel 4-door sedan,
ex-taxl 650
Cash, trade or terms. DISTRICT AUTO
3ALES, 49 Mass. ave. n.w., EX. 9101. j
1941 OLDSMOBILE sedan_$450
1936 Hudson sedan ... 165
1937 Oldsmobile 4-dr. sedan_ 325
1936 Packard sedan _ 225
1936 Studebaker sedan _ 250
1945 Chevrolet 2-ton chassis and cab 900!
1940 Ford 1 Vi-ton stake truck_625
1939 Ford dump truck _ 390
1936 Ford 1 Va-ton truck _150
1939 International stake truck 325
Others to choose from. JOHN S. REECE,
1114_Half st. s.w._ 22*
1947 Frazer Manhattan $2,695 i
1947 Dodge 2-dr.; heater _2.445
1947 Ford S. de 1. clb. cpe.: h. _ 2.(>95
1946 Ford conv.: r. and h. _ 2,195
1941 Packard “110” conv.; h_ 1,295
1941 De Soto 4-dr.: r. and h. 3.”95
1941 Olds “76” sedanette: t. and h. 1,295
1941 Stude. Champ, clb. cpe ; h.__ 1,345
1941 Nash ”6” clb. cpes. (2).... - 1,095
1940 Packard "110” clb. cpe.; r.# h. 1.095
1940 Olds ”76” 2-dr.; r. and h. __1.095
1939 Chev. 4-dr.; h. 695
1D36 Dodge 4-dr.; r. and h_ 395
1935 Olds ”6” 2-dr; h. __ 335
For cleaner used cars, come to JETT
MOTOR SALES. 2719 Nichols ave. s.e.,
LI. 0336; opposite St. Elizabeths Hospital.
OLDS 1936: clean, good transp. $500
De Soto 1938; new tlrts, excellent
condition _ 750
ford 1935: good condition _ 375
See at 4812 Osade st., Berwyn. Md.,;
call any time. TO, 5938._—22_
establishes since 1924—
46 Pontiac ”8" station wagon_$2,895;
46 Pontiac ‘‘8” 4-dr. sedan_ 2.475 I
46 Pontiac sedanette _2.475
46 Dodge 4-dr. sedan _2.275
46 Buick 8uper sedanette _2,595
42 Ford de luxe station wagon __ 1,495
41 Hudson ”8” convertible coupe_1.195:
41 Pontiac 28” 2-door.. _1,295
41 Lincoln-Zephyr 4-dr. sedan_1.195
40 LaSalle de luxe 4-dr. sedan_ 1.195
40 Buick 4-dr. sedan 1.195
Liberal terms. SIMMONS MOTOR. 917 ;
M st. n.w,. NA. 2786, —22 i
DODGES wanted, 1936 to 1940; will pay
highest cash prices. Call "ROPER.” |
Dupont 9765 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 22*
GET TOP CASH PRICE for your car.
Quick deals, no red tape. Phone DE.
6300 for a buyer to call or drl.e to TRI
ANGLE MOTORS. 3010 R. I. are. n.e.
LADY urgently needs 1947 ear: must be
Ike new; all cash. Call HO. 7439. —22
8ESINESSMAN needs "46. '47 sedan or
•onv.; willing to pay top eash; lmmedi
itely. EX. 4249. days; GU 6^72. eves..
J to 10 p.m. —28
I Not This |
Mother—I'm going to punish you
for not coming straight home from
the show last night by making you
take care of the baby all day next
WILL PAY CASH for clean cars, any year
Dr model; appraisal made anywhere at
your convenience. DISTRICT AUTO SALES.
ID Mass. ave. n.w.. EX. 9JU1. —3
PVT. PARTY wants 193R-’41 Ford car.
notor beyond repair. GL. 3138 after 6
p.m. —22
WILL PAY ALL CAH for ’39. *40. ’41
Buick. Olds. Pont.. Chev., Chrys., Dodge
Dr Piym. Please call WO. 3249. —26
\ PRIVATE FAMILY in need of good used j
'ar. and one 1947 car; cash. Call DU.
•721. —25
DOESN’T HAVE TO BP a late model ’
We are looking for all model cars to take
:are of many of our customers who need
ransportation. Phone NA. 3300 or drive
:o 1222 22nd st. n.w. to sell or trade your ,
:ar. CAPITOL CADILLAC CO., Cadillacs
ind Oldsmobiles. Closed Sat., Sun. and
•ves. —25
PLYMOUTHg wanted. 1936 to 1940: will
Day highest, cash prices. Call ’ ROPER.”
Dupont 9765. 1730 R. I.- ave. n.e 22*
MUST HAVE ’39, '40. ’41 clean automo
Dile; one only. I have cash. Call MR. D.
J. SMITH. RA. 9741.
PVT. PARTY needs 1941 Ford or Chevro
let. MR. DUNHAM. WO. 9728, Monday
kfter 7. No dealers. •
cash price for your 1946 or 1947 car and
Dlder 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
car; never too new. never too old: will
some to your home or office; plenty parking
space. Open eves.. 9 a.m to 9 p.m. WINNS
MOTORS 159 Florida ave. n.e.. EX. 2698
1720 Georgia ave n.w.. RA 7422
)f cars are assured at McKEE-PONTIAC.
1828 L sr n.w ME. 04D0
47; will pay your price for clean cars
-ome to or call LIVINGSTON MOTORS.
123 O st n.e., EX. 5809.
"HEVROLETS—Cash for your car, no red
:ape. SCHLEGEL &; GOLDEN. 257 Carroll 1
st., Takoma Park. D. C. Georgia 3300.
FORDS—Cash for your car. no red tape.
3CHLEGEL <fe GOLDEN 267 Carroll «t..
rakoma Park. D C. Georgia 3300.
PLYMOUTH—Cash for your car. ho red
:ape. SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 267 Carroll
st . Takoma Park. D C Georgia 3300.
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 HAWKINS. 1333 14th
st. n.w., DU. 4455.
I NEED 60 CARS, any make or model, at
once, for GIs. No limit for what I will
pay. Ask for Mr. Hixson, COAST-IN
PONTIAC, 17th at Good Hope rd. s.e. Open
evenings till 9 Phone LI. 0679
HUDSONS WANTED. 1936 to 1940: will
Day highest cash prices. Cal! ‘ ROPER,”
Dupont 9765. 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. 22*
Dhrysler-Plymouth dealer. 4800-4820 Wis
consin, EM. 4800. 8:30 a m. to 6:30 p m.
SELL ME THAT CAR you don’t need, for
ijuuiruiaie van Mr. lnompson.
STEUART MOTOR CO.. AT. 5800; eves..
rw. 8300. Fxt. 116.
Corner. STANLEY H. HORNER. Buick
Fla. ave.. 5th to Oth sts. n e.. AT. fit64
PONTIACS WANTED—We will nay high
rash dollars; any year, any model WIL
LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave at 20th st.
i.e. AD. 8344
['HEVROI.ETS WANTED—Will pay high
rash dollars: anv year, any model. WIL
LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st.
i.e. AD. 8344.
BUICKS WANTED—We will pay high cash
iollars; any year, any model. WILLIAMS
AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e..
AD. 8344.
FORDS WANTED—We will pay cash dol
ars: any year, any model. WTLLIAMS
AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e..
AD. 8344.
PLVMOL'THS W ANTED—We will pay high
'ash dollars; any year, any model. WIL
LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th
>t. n.e. AD. 8344.
CASH AT ONCE—Top-dollar prices at
COAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-423 Florida ave. ,
i.e., AT. 7200 Open evenings
[ REALLY BELIEVE you can get a higher
jrice for your car by calling “ROPER,’'
Dupont 9765. 1730 R. 1. ave. n.e. 22*
IMMEDIATE CASH, no red tape or hag
sling; we ned 50 cars right away and
nrill pay more than your car is worth if it
:an be had right now. RHODE ISLAND .
MOTOR CO.. 1020 Rhode Island ave n.e. .
3hone MI. 9774.
CASH for your Nash; also ary other make;
lighes: price paid. WILLIAMS & BAKER. ,
f 819 M st. n.w.. HO. 8700.
[ WILL PAY ALL CASH for clean cars. ;
lew or used. Call us today or drive by.
DENE CASTLEBERRY. 1640 Benning rd.
i.e., FR. 5231.
—Don’t trade on a new car or sell to any
one until you get our big prices. Need 100
:ars—1935 to 1947. Absolutely high cash
>rice If car is paid for will give you cash
[f car is not paid for, will pay off balance
ind pay cash difference. BARNES-SAN
DER3 MOTORS, Washington’s oldest eX
;Iuslve 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 8:30 to 5.
Closed Sunday. NO. 1111.
FORD. Chevrolet. Buick. Oldsmobile,
Dodge. Pontiac. I need a good car and I !
a ant to get it from its owner; will pay
lash. TR. 2535. —22
SERVICE. 1126 20th st. n.w. DI. 9141 i
VETERAN needs clean car for business: :
aay all cash to private party. Please call
ID. 8430. Ext. 7-B. —22
WE ARE IN DESPERATE need of good
jsed cars, sell your car for cash to s.e.
exclusive Ford dealer. Drive In or phone
FRANK SMALL. Jr., INC.. 215 Penna.
*ve. s.e., LU. 4343 or 1301 Good Hope rd.
i.e., LI. 2076.
MUST PURCHASE dependable used car
mmedlately; will pay all cash. Call HO.
1079 till 9 p.m.
PACKARDS wanted. 1936 to 1940: will
)ay the highest cash prices. Call
ROPER/' Dupont 9765. 1730 R I.
ive. n.e.___22*
VANTED FOR CASH—Up to these prices.
1941 1940 1939 1938
Suicks _$1,300 $13)00 $850 $650
>ontiacs __ 1.200 1,0,00 800 600 1
Dlds _ 1.200 950 75<» 600 i
Chrysler — 1.200 900 750 600
lodges 1,100 900 750 600 1
Chevrolets _ 1,100 900 750 60n ,
•lymouths _ 1,100 POO 750 «on
Pcrds 1,3 00 900 750 600
Big premium prices paid for 3 946 and ,
1947 cars. BARN 158-8ANDERS MOTORS
111 cash or certified check. Drive in open
ot. 1300 14th st.. corner N st. n.w. Open ,
3:30 to 6:30. Closed Sunday.
Goren on Bridge
Q 1—As South you hold:
* 9832 <5K4 0 7 *AKQ98S
The bidding has proceeded:
North East South West
Pass 2 + Pass
2 NT Pass ?
What do you bid now?
There are several choices open to
r°u- .,But °ne thing is certain, a iump bid
is indicated, because of [he great likelihood
of a slam. Your hand will probably yield
_ I,! -Partner can contribute
nie. which is hot too much to hope for. in
view of his bidding, the siam is there. You
may .lump to four clubs, intending In sup
port no-trump on the next round, you m»T
la, a .t"four n°-t.rutnp (not Blackwood!
with a very aggressive player With a con
servative partner, you should bid five or
possibly six no-trump. Don't try to play
the hand in clubs. You needn't worrv
about the king of hearts. Partner surely
has a value m that suit. '
Q- 2—As South vou hold:
♦ J 10 7 4 b'QJ92 0 A Q 9 * Q 8
The bidding has proceeded:
North East South West
1 4 Pass 3 * Pass
3 NT Pass ?
What do you bid now?
A.—What could be sweeter than no
trump, with an honor In evrrv sun'' Be
sides. you had a rather doubtful jump
three spaoes and should be glad to plav for
nine tricks rather than 10. therefore pass.
Q. 3—As South you hold:
AQJ 10 87 9 0642 AQ643
The bidding has proceeded:
South West North East
Pass 1 * Dbl. Pass
1 * Pass 2 7 Pass
What do you bid now?
A—Two spades. This, on the surface,
may appear to be bidding twice with vrrv
little values. However, a different attitude
should be adopted by the partner of a
doubler, to whom considerable iatrude is
a nwpH Vruir W..I1 _ _‘
dummy for hearts, whereas your partner s
nana is bound to be a good dummy for you.
In view of his take-out double, he sureW
has something In spades, possibly three to
an honor, but he declined to raise the spade
bid which was forced. In view of your
previous pass and minimum responses,
partner cannot accuse you of having ft
good hand if you act again.
Q. 4—As South you hold:
A 7 T K Q 9 6 4 O K 9 fi 5 * K 6 1
The bidding has proceeded:
North East South West
t * Pass 1 <? Pass
3 v5 Pass ?
What do you bid now?
A.—Make a slam try In accordance with
whatever system you happen to be plar
ng. When you promote the king of clubs
>y reason of partner's bid. your hand Is
he equal of an opening bid and partner
tas opened and jumped. This hand Is sulr
ible' for Blackwood If partner has three
ices, you might, take your chances on a
lam. In the direct method, the proper
mil Is four clubs. If partner shows no
■nthuslasm. you give up at four hearts. If
te bids four diamonds, denoting the ace.
he singleton spade becomes the deciding
actor and you should set sail.
Q. 5—As South you hold:
fc A Q 2 K Q J 9 7 OAKJ75 A —
The bidding has proceeded:
South West North East
! Pass 3 * Pass
I 0 Pass 4 + Pass
i 0 Pass 4 NT Pass
What do you bid now?
A.—There has been no agreement, on a
;uit. and it is evident that, partner likes
lelther hearts nor diamonds, but has a
jretty good club suit and the king of
ipades. This is just about as convenient,
i place to park as you will find With no
satisfactory trump suit, you must abandon
lopes for slam
(Copyright. 1P47. by Charles H. Goren.)
Take My Word for If
By Frank Colby
Hors d'oeuvres.
Every two years or so house
wives of America descend upon
;his modest column almost en masse,
demanding: “Tell us once and for
all how to pronounce hors d'oeuvres.
Are wre correct in saying ‘awr
Well, ladies, let’s look at the
phrase from two angles; first the
French :
Hors d’oeuvre meaus literally
‘without or outside work.” Now
n French the word oeuvre ("noun)
Pas about the same meanings as
he English noun work, especially
he meaning "that which is pro
iuced by physical or mental labor,”
is a work of art, a book, a statute,
i musical composition, a course
The "outside of ■work” meaning
>f hors d’oeuvre, then, comes from
;he fact that the appetizers and
•elishes called hors d'oeuvres are
rot a part of the meal proper; they
ire seDarate and not essential to
he meal. Originally, hors d’oeuvres
vere served at the start of a meal,
Ight after the soup.
Now for the French pronuncla
ion. Hors Is pronounced: awr.
D’oeuvre and d'oeuvres are pro
nounced exactly alike (the “s” of
d’oeuvres is silent). There Is no
rowel sound In English exactly like
the sound of oeu-, but It, Is approx
imately midway between the "uh"
of "but” and the short "oo” of
"book.” Let us use "U” to represent
that sound. The second syllable Is a
soft, breathy "vruh” vanish. Hors
l'oeuvre and hors d’oeuvres are pro
nounced: awr DU-vruh.
Now for the American angle: “Are
ive correct In saying 'awr DERVZ ?”
With one exception, all the dic
tionaries of my library list only
he French pronunciation. In
WORDS: The New Dictionary
(Grosset and Dunlap), hors ri’oeuvre
(singular) Is pronounced "or derv.”
Mo pronunciation is given for the
ilural hors d’oeuvres.
Now here are the facts of the
natter (remember that this column
nakes no rules; it's purpose is to
■eport good usage);; Despite dic
ionary insistence on the French
ironunclation, most Americans
iimply cannot or Will not use it. For
tears I have checked the promul
gation of hors d’oeuvres from one
>nd of the country to the next. The
ill-but-universal pronunciation is:
iwr DERVZ. Who, then, can say
hat is incorrect?
Little words such as—affect and effect
—can cause trouble when writing a busi
iess letter. Mr. Colby'? leaflet, C-l. will
rive you the kev to the right word »o use
To obtain a copy, «end 5 cent* in coin
nd a stamped, self-addressed envelope to
"rank Colby, Washington Star. P. O. Boi
>P. 6tation G. New York IP. N Y.
Copyright. The Bel! Svnd!ca»e. Inc , 1P4?>
Word Liame
Find 21 or more common English
vords In
neaning, "to hang loosely with a
swinging motion." Average mark Is
!0 words. Time limit, 20 minutes.
Rules of the Game—1. Words must be of
our or more letters. 2, Words which acquire
our letters by the addition of “s," such a*
’bats." “cats." are not used. 3 Only one
orm of a word Is used. 4. Proper names
ire not used. A list will be published to
Answers te Famous florae* Tent.
1. Bucephalus—Alexander the Great.
2. Rosinante—Don Quixote
3. White Surrey—Richard in.
4. Copenhagen—Wellington.
5. Marengo—Napoleon.
3. Biack Saladln—Warwick.
7. Incltatus—Caligula.
8. Alborak—Mohammed
9. Roan Barbary—Richard II
10. Black Bess—Dick Turpin
Zhest Unit to Dine
Members of the business unit of
he Arlington Community Chest
federation will hold a dinner meet
ng at 6:45 p.m. tomorrow at Arllng
on Inn, Wilson boulevard and
Rhodes street to discuss plans for
he campaign starting November 6.
3eorge F. Duborg Is chairman o<
he Arlington Unit.

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