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1st TRUST NOTE for sale, earning
interest; on D. C. property. Call Mr. Mil
ler mortgage loan dept . LEO M. BERN
STEIN & CO . 1415 K st. n.w, ME. 5400
“Washington’s Complete Real Estate In
stitution.” —28
*2,300 SECOND TRUST morteage securec
on D »C. property; payable $40 per mo
TA $2*2.*
ADAM A. WESCHLER Sc SON, auctioneer*
Large sale of new and used household mnc
office furniture, small safe, flies, radios
pianos, washing machine. Canton anc
Limoges china, crystal, ornaments, ne*
12x18 rug. etc. By order Leighton C
Taylor, executor estate Joseph H. Bishop
"War Activity Organization; Richard L
Tedrow. Trustee in Bankruptcy and othei
consignors. By auction at WESCHLER'S
*06 E st. n.w . tomorrow commencing *:3C
a m. and continuing until late afternoon
Ne.w furnishings include: commodes: lounge
occasional and side chairs; bookcases
table and floor lamps, mirrors; end. oc
casional lamp and cocktail tables; breakfast
and dinette groups, unusually fine ode
sofas, etc.; also substantial used groups
for dining, dinette, living and bedrooms:
secretary, kneehole and fall front desks
baby carriages, hi-chairs. gas and electric
ranges, books, metal wardrobes, utility and
kitchen cabinets, new gas space heater
odd beds, box and coil springs, felt, and
Inner-spring mattresses, dressers, chests
of drawers, vanities, tables, chairs and
other personal effects. _
THOS. J. OWEN Sc SON, auctioneers, 436
Bouthern Building.— Trustees' sale of valu
able two-story brick dwelling now oper
ated as a ropming house and being known
as premises No. 320 B st. s.e., Washing
ton. D. C. By virtue of a certain deed of
trust dated April 24. 1947, and recorded
May 2. 1*47 (instrument No l*-? *>;
among the land records of the District of
Columbia, and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction in front of the
premises, on Tuesday, the ~Xth day of
October. A.D. 1847, at 2 o'clock p m , the
following-described land and premises,
situate in the District of Columb a, and
designated as and being lot fifty-six (r>6i
In Arthur W. and Bertha D. Kaldenbach s
combination of lots in square seven hun
dred and eighty-eight ITXX). as_ per plat
recorded in* liber 58 folio 4o of the
Records of the Office of the Surveyor of
the District of Columbia. Terms: Sold
subject to a prior deed of trust for $8.0<u».
further particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale; the purchase
price above said trust to be paid in
cash. A deposit of $500 required. Con
veyancing. revenue stamps, recording, etc.,
at purchasers cost. Terms to be com
plied with within 30 days, otherwise de
posit forfeited and the property may be
advertised and resold at the discretion of
the trustees. WILLIAM N. PAYNE. Jr.;
R. EDWARD EARLY, trustee*.
THOMAS DOWLING Sc CO„ Auctioneers,
*31 H st. n.w. Trustees’ sale of premises
1829 Corcoran st. n.w. By virtue of a
certain deed of trust, duly recorded in
Liber No. 8268 at folio 157 among the
land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured
at. public auction, in. front of the premises,
on Tuesday, the twenty-eighth day of Oc
tober, A.D. 3047. at five o’clock p.m., the
following described land and premises, sit
uate in the District of Columbia and des
ignated as and being Lot numbered One
Hundred and Thirty-four (134) in Diltz
and Garrison Trustees* subdivision of lots
in Square numbered One Hundred and
Thir’y-four (134). as per plat recorded in
the Office of the Surveyor for the District
of Columbia in Liber 18 at folio 98. Terms:
Sold sublect to a building and loan asso
ciation prior deed of trust for approxi
mately $7,200. further particulars of which
will be announced at rime of sale: the
purchase price above said trust to be paid
in cash. A deposit of $500 required.
Conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps,
etc., at the purchaser’s cost. Terms to
be complied with within 30 days, otherwise
deposit forfeited and the property may be
adv-rtised and resold at the discretion of
the trustees. J. VERNON THOMAS. FRANK
PARONI. Trustees. oclfl.20.22.24,27.
JR. Auctioneers.—Auction at Williams
Auction House. 918 New York ave., Tuesday
(Tomorrow) 2 p.m. Furniture, household
effects and furnishings of the better de
sirable kind. Also at 3 p.m ., several
hundred pieces all new salesmen’s samples
ster'ing silver. Sheffield and plated silver.
Holloware. trays, sets and odd pieces.
Entire lot from National known manu
facturer. Many pieces genuine Cheltenham
English Sheffield. Furniture 2 p.m.. maple
twin-style bedroom suite with inner-sp.
mattresses: wal: bedroom suite, complete,
late style: English wal. nice condition good
grade dining rm. suite: wal. bedroom suite
with bachelor style bed complete: mahog.
10-pc. dining room suite; maple drop-leaf
table, also mahog. tabic: electric washing
machine: up-to-date model ’ Leonard” elec
tric refrigerator, splended condition: an
tique mahog. chest with mirror; large wal.
antique Victorian book case: high grade
curley maple fl-pc. dinette set: good studio
beds, odd chairs, sofas, etc.; odd chests
and dressers: numerous other furnish
ings. Silverware 3 pm. genuine Shef
field tea and coffee sets. 4 pcs.: Sheffield
gallery servings trays and center pieces;
Sheffield large and small punch bowls:
Sheffield covered entree dishes, fine quality;
sterling silver compotes, vases, bric-a-brac;
sterling various size candle sticks; ster
ling salt and pepper shakers, ice cream and
dessert cups, etc.: sterling sandwich trays
and odd pieces; silver on copper large and
small trays; silver on copper vegetable
dishes: well and tree platters: steak and
meat platter: tea and coffee seta-, 4 pcs.;
bread trays and odd pieces: salt and pepper
shakers; odd tea and coffee pots; sandwich
trays; magnificent 5-branch candelabra:
numerous other attractive new articles of
silverware; crystal glass bowls, etc., over
laid with silver. Auctioneers’ phone NA
2620. Furniture sale commencing at 2
p.m, ailverware sale commencing at 3
—Trustee's sale of three-story brick
dwelling. No. 734 5th st. n.w., containing
11 rooms and 3 baths, hot-water heat,
oil burner, with two one-car garages in
rear. By virtue of an order of the District
Court of the United States for the District
of Columbia, in Civil Action No. 57 7-47,
the undersigned trustee will offer for sale
by public auction, in front of the premises,
on Monday, the 24th day of November,
3 947. at 3:30 o'clock p.m., the following
described land and premises, situate in
the District of Columbia, to wit: Lot 23
in Square 486, improved as above, to be
sold subject to the unpaid balance of a
building association trust in the sum of
$4,691.98. computed to November 20.
1947. Terms of sale: Over and above said
trust, one-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash, balance in two equal
installments represented by promissory
notes of purchaser, payable on or before
one and two years, with interest at 6 Der
cent per annum from day of settlement
of sale, payable semiannually, secured by
second deed of trust upon the property
sold, or all cash, at option of purchaser.
A deposit of $500 required of purchaser
at sale. All conveyancing, recording, reve
nue stamps and notarial fees at cost of
within 30 days from day of sale, other
wise trustee reserves the right to resell
property at risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser, after five days advertisement
of such resale in some newspaper pub
lished in Washington, D. C. JOHN LEWIS
8MITH. Jr.._Trustee. _T2« 1 5th st. n.w.
—Bankruptcy sale of H. B. Smith Machine
Co s planer. 30"x8", by auction, at'
Gardiner's Store. Upper Marlboro. Md.
•Route 301. near Penna. R. R. Station).
Saturday. November I. 1947, 3 D.m.
In re. Williams Properties, Inc.. Bankrupt
No. 4383. Terms: Cash. SAMUEL M.
GREENBAUM, Trustee. Tower_Bldg.
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON, Auctioneers.
—Retiring from business sale of beauty
equipment.— Practically new model S-16
Durant permanent wave machine. Rapid
aire 6-unit dryer, mirrors, modern sham
poo booth, steamer dryers, sterilizers, fans,
desk, shampoo, facial aad chrome chairs.
Rex 75-gal. gas water heater, manicure
and vanity tables. Rilling Kooler wave ma
chine. curtains. Venetian blinds, radio. New
Ray machinesless waver, supplies, etc. Bv
auction at Boston Beauty Salon. 931 F
ft. n.w . Wednesday. October 29. 1947.
10:30 am. Prompt removal required.
Terms: Cash. By order: BOSTON BEAUTY
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON, auctioneers
Trustees sale of food store fixtures and
equipment contained in premises No. 625
2nd st. n.e. By virtue of a chattel deed
of trust recorded. January 31. 1947, as
Instrument No. 355, records of the Record
er of Deeds, District of Columbia and gt
the lequest of the party secured thereby,
the undersigned trustees will sell by pub
lic auction jU the above mentioned
premites on Thursday. October 30. 194',
at J o’clock p.m.. fixtures consisting of J
electric fan: 30-ft. counter and 13 stools:
1 metal coffee urn: steam table: meat
block; 2 booths and metal tables: 1
cooking ra 1 ;e: 8 fluorescent lights: 1
3-wa.v sterilizer: grease trap and hood.
J. BLUE, trustees.__—29 j
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON, auctioneers
—Trustees' sale of food store fixtures and I
equipment, stock in trade, etc., contained;
in premises 831 6th st. s.w., also Leasehold]
Interest. By virtue of a Chattel Deed of I
Trust recorded July 22. 1947. as Instru
ment No. 31333. Land Records. District of
Columbia, and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell by public auction at the above
mentioned premises on Friday. October 31.
1947. at 11 o'clock a m.: Walk-in refrigera
tor. refrigerated display case, computing
and hanging scales, meat grinder and
blocks, cash register, refrigerating com
pressor. stock, etc. Also Leasehold In
terest. in trust, particulars of which will be
announced at sale. Terms: Cash. BEN
HARRY S. KLAVAN. Attorney for party
•ecured. 1037 Investment Building.
j —•Receivers’ sale of valet machinery and
equipment. Burroughs cash register-adding
machine sales recorder, garment racks.
I Neon sign, counter, etc., contained in
premises 1858 Columbia rd. n.w. Bi
virtue of an order of the District Court of
i the United States for the District of Co
lumbia in re. Civil Action No. 34434, the
undersigned receivers will sell by public
auction at the above-mentioned premises
on Thursday. October 30. 1947. at 3
o clock p.m . Hoffman Model “X" pressing
machine with gas-flred boiler and booster
attachment. New York pressing board,
garment cabinet and racks, counter. Bur
roughs combination adding machine-cash
; register. Hamilton sales recorder. Neon
•Valet’' and chrome frame signs, etc.
j Terms: Cash'. Leonard Kaplan, Stanley
! H. Fisher, receivers._—2ft
; C. G. SLOAN & CO., INC., Auctioneers—
Large storage sale household goods and
personal effects of every description at
nublic auction at Sloan's. 715 13th st..
Wednesday. October 29. starting at 10
a.m. By order of the Union Storage Co.,
and others Now on view. Terms: Cash.
1C. G SLOAN & CO, INC., Auctioneers,
j Established 1801.—28
STEEL AND ALUMINUM garages 1. 2. 3.
: 4 and 6 car; ereoted on concrete base, easy
I terms. DUPONT IRON WORKS. 1160
j 1 Kth st, n w,, NA. 3766.—1
i ATTENTION, truck owners and garage
i repairmen — Lot 60x69 with high-ceiling
4- car garage. Office with toilet. Wide alley
! in rear, driveway to street. Close to
heart of town; 1st commercial. TR. 3367.
DOUBLE GARAGE, electricity; suitable
for storage or workshop; In Riverdale.
Call UN. 1598. —28
equipment, located on Telegraph rd., Va
mile south of Duke st.. Alexandria. Va.
J. J. TAYLOR, JA. 1887. —29
833 LAMONT ST. N.W.—Single metal ga
; rage, suitable for storage or parking, con
veniently located. $7 monthly. Call Mr.
New York ave n.w. NA. 7418. —27
| 1313 D ST. S.E.—Single metal garage,
suitable for storage or parking, convenient
ly located. $7 monthly. Call Mr. HiU.
York ave. n.w. NA. 741 8._—27
IF TOU ARE PLANNING to nuy a car from
a private party or aealer, it isn't necessary
to pay cash. Our easy payment plan will
conform with your budget. Call us before
you buy. Oar staff of experts will be glad
to appraise the car for fair market value
and mechanical condition and assist in
procuring title and tags. No obligation.
Telephone Republic 1200. NOLAN FINANCR
CO., 1102 New York ave. n.w., Greyhound
Bus Terminal Bldg._
HARLEY-DAVIDSON 1947, driven only
i 224 miles; completely equipped; $795;
will accept car in trade. ALEXANDRIA
NASH CORP., 600 Montgomery st.,
Alexandria. Va. —28
A. J. S., Matchless, Ariel, Triumph. Nor
ton and Francis Barnett motorcycles;
some models avail, for immed. delivery;
enjoy these beautiful fall days on one
. of these fine machines; excellent used
machines in stock; 1 Harley-Davidson,
big twin,* complete with sidecar. $325.
SALE. 20J 4 M st. n.w. RE. 6073. —1
MOTOR SCOOTER, used less than 1
month. $135. CO. 4854. —28 i
MOTORBIKE, Whizzer. special on Arnold
Srhwinn model WZ heavy dutv hilt#*- front
wheel brake, heavy spokes, lights and ex
tras; beautiful maroon and cream; low
mileage; in perfect condition, nearly new;
$165. Bowie 2621. —28
INDIAN SCOUT 1937 motorcycle, $300
cash, can be seen at 2706 Ontario rd.
n.w., Tuesday, between 2-10 am. or
4-7 p.m.
HARLEY 1936, 74. buddy seat and wind
shield. Very good condition. $225- Call
DE. 9058 or see at 203 16th St. n.w.
A. J. S. 1946 model, complete with all
extras. $450. Cali FR. 2496. —29 |
trunk; 13.100 miles; perfect; $400. MR.
MAC. 1427 Eye st. n.w.. RE. 2347. 30*
HOUSE TRAILER, by owner; 1947 Zim
mer. Parked in trailer court, ready for
occupancy. Emerson 4469. 31*
known, nationally advertised, nationally
famous, one of the finest. WALL COU
PLING CO . 2nd ave. and Colesville rd.,
Silver Spring, Md. —2
TRAILER, small utility, new tires. $85. ;
ME 9434. —27
LUXOR 25-ft. house trailer and Packard
120 sedan; both equipped with Warner
elec, brakes and ready to roll. Trailer ;
has 3 /his , bottled gas, elec, h.w., bunk i
beds, 12x20 awning. Pamco backable
dolly, trailer, car and dolly, all for $2,475,
or will consider car in trade. TR. 7256.
TRAILER, utility or luggage, etc., inclosed,
rear door; $150. After 4 p.m.. DI. 2601.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST in trailers, see
ter. 5th and Fla. ave n.e., FR. 1221.. Just
arrived, the new Palace Majestic fall alu-;
minum), with Frigidaire; also all-aluminum
Vagabond with comb, ice and refgr.; both
have bottle gas ranges: Royal Comdr.,
Royal Windsor, Alma. Platt and Palace
Wolverine trailers bought and sold.
20-FT. GLIDER, large finished room at
tached: oil heat, bottle gas stove; $1,400.;
Call WI. 9252. MRS. CLAPPEE. —1
1811 COVERED WAGON house trailer,!
good condition, completely furnished, 22-ft.
long $950. FA. 2016-M. —27
1843 HOUSE TRAILER, 25 ft., for sak
$950. or best offer under; must be sole j
immediately. Phone SH. 8324. 27*
SPARTON MANOR—First to use airplane
type stressing in structure. Light weight, j
sturdy aluminum channel-type ribs and !
exterior. Thoroughly insulated. elec,
refgr. and bottled gas. RICHTER'S
BOULEVARD SALES. U. S. 1. Berwyn, Md.,
telephone Tower 6162.
NATIONAL TRAILERS. 1947. now on dis
play C FRED PAINTER. 6009 Baltimore
ave.. Riverciale. Md. Phone WA. 4903.
GLIDER 1847, announces the arrival of
several more model 88-Bs with hot and
coH running water, stainless steel kitchen,!
large elec, refer., shower, and flush toilet. J
| The best trailer on earth: 12. 18. 24
months' financing. COLIE TRAILER CO..
; 8200 Georgia ave. n.w., SL. 8200. or SL
I 8201 •
step into our beautiful, spacious, compact
and carefully designed trailer coaches, m
masonite and aluminum; constructed by
America’s leading manufacturers: prices
and sizes to meet every need. Higgins !
Campers and Utility Trailers. RICHTER ,
TRAILER SALES. U. S. No. 1, Berwyn. !
Maryland. Tel. Tower 5035.
MOVING AND HAULING madi easy and
thrifty when you rent one of our luggage- i 1
utility trailers and boat trailers by the i
day. week or montn. AMERICAN tkaiiv j
ER CO.. INC., 4030 Wisconsin ave. n.w., ;
phone WO. 3231. <
NEW HARRISON, custom built. 18 ft.; all *
aluminum; equipped with bottled gas for 1
cooking; delivered price. $1,495 complete.
12-18-24 mos. to pay. THE COLIE
TRAILER CO.. 8200 Ga. ave., SL. 8200.
coaches, built by Schult, Travelo, Amer
ican, Howard and Zimmer, on easy pay- |
ment plan; bottled-gas stoves, hot-water ,
heaters and all trailer accessories. OAK
5 mlies so. of Alex. Phone OV. 2801._ ;
ters in Wash, area for over 10 years.
Trailer coaches, luggage trailers, farm '
trailers and boat trailers.
Schult Luxury Liner_$2,890
Schult Commodore_2.165
Travelo 25-47 _2,975
Travelo 2£-47 _ 2.345
American 22-ft. _l_2,015 !
American 25-ft. 2,385
Howard (all steel), 28 ft._3.066
Howard (all steel). 22 ft. _2,385
Zimmer (4-passenger). 27 ft._2,595
Zimmer (6-passanger), 27 ft._ 2.695 :
Mayflower 18-ft. _,_1,750
Scamper luggage trailer _119.50
Dor-Lee camping trailer 449 ,
We also offer you a large selection of
used trailers at a price that will fit any ;
pocketbook. Our simple finance plan will ,
enable you to save many dollars. Open
daily and Sun., 9 a.m. to 9 pm. AMER- :
ICAN TRAILER CO., INC., 4030 Wisconsin
ave. Phone WO. 3231. :
AUTO PAINTING — Complete Job. $60:
select your color; work guaranteed. ADDI
SON CHEVROLET. 1622 14th st. n.w..
HO. 7500.
COMPLETE JOB, $35 up; work guaran
teed. GILBERT. 4102 Pa. ave. ext. «.e.» 1
HI. 4524
repair work, etc: let us put your car]'
through inspection; pick-up and delivery.;'
DE. 9894. 9 a.m. to 9_p.m._—28 j
BRAND-NEW MOTORS Installed com- i !
Dlete: Plymouth, $250: Dodge. $262:
others available: all makes, models over- ,
hauled. FLEISHERS OARAGE. 426 Eye
st. n.w.. NA. 9409. —27
YOUR CAR WASHED while you wait, in
10 minutes, in auto laundry, using con- j
veycr system; also simonislng. COM-;
PLETE AUTO LAUNDRY. 3510 Ga. ave. i
n.w.. GE. 9842.
est safety process; beautiful tread; 2-hour!
service: electric-treated sections if yourl
tire is cut. See your tires being recapped
at ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. Washingtons,
Largest Pontic Dealer. 1437 Irving st. j
n.w.. AD 8500. Quick, efficient service.il
carry a large stock of good-quality seat i
covers in popular colors. They will also :
fit other models of General Motors cars.
Prompt and »neat Installation if dealred I
ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. 1437 Irving st i
n.w. AD. 8500 I
TRUCK BODIES repaired and painted:
grill guards and bumpers in stock. Truck
INC.. 1214 24th st. n.w., RE. 2419.
delivery: new shipment just arrived: the
neatest one you’ve ever seen: suitable for
merchants, farmers, fishermen and tour
ing. Law priced at ARCADE PONTIAC CO..
1437 Irving st. n w.. AD. 8800, Washing
ton's Largest Pontiac Dealer
difficult; give us the sire, we do the rest:
mall orders taken. Several sizes in current
stock. CITY TIR* CO., 14th and P Sts.
n.w.. DE 2137.
AUTO. PARTS TABLES, bins, propeller
shaft and molding racks, tables have risers
or display shelves and baskets. All in good
condition and reasonable price. See parts
1234 Good Hope rd. s.e. AT. 4400. —27
vans, stakes, panels and pickups: for hire
by day. week or month. PUBLIC SERVICE
DRIVE-UR-SELf. ME. 7011.
VETERAN desires household monng, gen
eral hauling; vans, stakes, panels; white
help; reas. rates. VI. 8260. Ext. 72.
DODGE 1947 1 %-ton stake: by hr., day
or week, with 2 white veterans. GL. 6529,
OW, 0785. —28
GMC 1942 dump. 2-speed rea': excellent
condition; $1,595. Many other trucks
to pick from: easy terms. RICE MOTOR
CO., 1731 Bladensburg rd. —4
DODGE 194H 1 Va-ton stake body: only
12,000 mi., by original owner: equipped
with 12-ton roller cam hydraulic hoist,
complete, $1,800; without hoist, $1,575
Can be seen at D. C. Service Station, 2411
Bladensburg rd. n.e . or phone DE. 5155
INTERNATIONAL l'/a-ton stake body: mo
tor Just overhauled, steel floor. FR. 9235.
DODGE 1946 pickup: excel, cond. Call MR
WARFIELD at WI. 1200 from 8 to 6.
TRUCKS, all sizes: tractors, all sizes:
semitrailers, all sizes: Federals, G. M. C.s.
Internationals. Reos. Brockways. Freu
haufs; excellent condition; priced for
quick sale. SHERIFF MOTOR CO., POO
R. I. ave. n.w. MI. 5000. —2
FORD '41 ',4-ton pickup: completely over
hauled; good paint, new tires, battery;
$895. Call EM. 4826. —28
CHEVROLET 1946 1-ton panel truck: 2.500
miles. $1,725. SL. 5329. —27
DODGE l'/i-ton custom built, brand-new.
van body truck, dual wheels, automatic
signal lights, wheel housings. Body built
Df long turned galvaneal steel; $2,850 or
best offer Delow. DOBKINS., 2324 Pa.
ave. s.e. FR. 8330. '—27
DODGE 1943 1-ton panel In perfect condi
tion. Must sell. $725 or best offer.
TR 1953. or TW. 8300. Ext. 162. —27
FORD 1940 panel: new finish: 1 owner;
good bodv: snccia! 3 days; $795. JET MO
TORS. 2719 Nichols ave. s.e., LI. 0336.—37
FORD 1937 '/a-ton panel. This truck is
tar above average, special 3 days, $545. JET
MOTORS. 2719 Nichols ave. s.e. LI. 0336.
CHEVROLET 1939 l^-ton. 12-ft. stake
body: 1942 motor and new rear end; 15
months' use: tires and truck in all-around
Kood condition: best offer. 3714 lGih st.
n.e . or call HO. 2578.
FORD 1942 lVi-ton dump truck; new mo
tor. excellent condition. $695: Chevrolet
1940 dump truck, $495: ^ord 1941 dump,
cab over engine. $495; terms arranged.
J. & L. 4UTO SERVICE, 2802 Mt. Vernon
ave,. Alexandria. Va. —28
FORD 1937 cab and chassis: driven 20,000
miles, long wheelbase. 8-wheel drive, air
brakes: excel, cond.; a bargain at $525.
DI. 0744. —28
FORD 1941 *4-ton panel: passed *47 D. C.
inspection: body in excellent condition, 30
day guarantee: this owner-rated i« rea
sonably priced at $1,095. LOGAN (Ford).
18th and L sts. n.w.. DI. 5800.
CHEVROLET 1936 panel V2-ton delivery;
I say it’s a bargain: $129 cash, full price.
ROPER. 1730 R. I. ave. 28*
VAN TRFCKS, large or small jobs: prompt
service; reas. prices: local and long dis
tance. TA. 2937; after 7 p m., GE. 1416.
CHEVROLET ,1931 ) '/2-ton; low mileage:
orig. fire truck, has 500-lb. crusher water
pump; good motor and good -rubber, with
dual wheels', new Willard battery, comp,
new seal beam head lamps: needs clutch in
stalled: excel, for farm, or cons, work: or
for valuable parts: wish to sell immedi
ately; make me an offer. AX. 4639 any
INVENTORY SALE—Don’t let these low
prices fool you. These are good trucks
1937 Chev. 1-ron stake $250
1942 Chev. 15-pass, bus 495
1937 Chev. 1-ton panel _ 105
1941 Chev. Ha-ton stake (2-speed> 335
1942 Chev. l’/a-ton cab and chassis 795
1942 Chev. 1 Va-ton panel*_ 875
1939 Ford 3 V2-ton (12 ft.) _ 495
1941 GMC lVfc-ton C. O. E. van
<14 ft.) _ 875
1941 Dodge lMi-ton pickup 535
55 other trucks, panels, pickups, trac
tors. dumps, stakes, also semitrailers, vans
and Army surplus 4x4 and 6x6. CENTRAL
MOTOR CO.. GMC truck dealer. 3200 Lee
hwy., Arlington, Va.. CH. 7000, 'tlaily &
a.m. to 9 p.m.: Sunday. 1<) to 3,
to 1938; no dealers. If no answer, call
after 5 p.m.. SH. 4235. —28
All adTertisenenw offering auto
mobiles (or ante most include actual
selling price of ear.
BUICK 1942 Roadmaster 4-door; r. and
h.; this 1 owner car shows perfect rare,
orig. white wall tires; special 3 days, $1,
595. JET MOTORS, 2719 Nichols ave. s.e..
LI. 9336. —27
BUICK 1942 Super, series 51, 4-dr. sedan,
average mileage, good condition: R. Ac H..
new tires; $1,495. Call MI. 3913. after 10
a.m. Sunday, or after 6 p.m. weekdays.
BUICK 1940 Super 4-door. R. it H : 1:
owner, passed '47 D. C. inspection: priced
lar below market value for 3 days at
£995. JET MOTORS. 2719 Nichols ave.
s.e. LI. 0336. —37
BUICK 1941 Special, 4-door; R. A H..
narocn finish, mechanically good special
t days. SI.295. JET MOTORS. 2719
Nichols ave. s.e. LI. 0336. —27
3UICK 1942 Super conv. with power top;
1947 motor never used: car completely
iverhauled, perfect mechanical condition;
£1.975 or best offer under; this week only;
ivt. owner. SH. 4572. —28 j
BUICK 1942 sedanette super, recently1
;ompietely recond.: heater and radio:
:ash, grade or terms; $1,495. MITCHELL'S
MOTORS. INC.. 222 2nd st. n.w. (2nd!
it. and Const, ave.i. —28 j
BUICK 1949 Special 4-dr. trunk sedan:
•. and h„ spot and fog lamp, immaculate: ,
£1.096; also Bulck 1941 sedanette at $1}
«5- cash, trade or terms. REPUBLIC;
MOTOR SALES. 18 M st. s.e.. FR. 1563.
IUICK 1942 Super sedanette: radio and
lea ter, original finish, good uphoistery; j
SI.295. Call Spruce 1176-R.
IUICK 1937 4-dr. sedan: in good shape;
lew tires; $675. Greenbelt 4273.
IUICK 1947 Roadmaster. black 4-dr.:
ompletely equipped; low mileage: *3,400
r best offer under; trade accepted. SH.
362. —30
IUICK 1941 4-door sedan. Special model
1; radio and heater; condition far better
■ . __I.. mt ogjc /n < nTmAT !
t. n.w.. NA. 3300. Closed Sat.. Sun.
.nd evenings. —28
lUICK 1946 Roadmaster convertible coupe;
quip, with U. S. Royal Air-ride tires and
iafety tubes: run less than 6.000 mi.;
qua] to new: cash, trade or terms: $3,250.
;t. n.w. C-nd and Const. ave.). —‘*8
lUICK 1947 station wagon: 2 weeks old.
ill extras; $3,200. MI. 5600, Apt. 704.
lUICK 1947 2-door Roadmaster sedanette:
1-tone: radio, heater; 4 weeks old; asking
53.100. UN. 4505. —27
lUICK 1939 Special 4-door: radio, heater.
5850. HI. 4179. —27
lUICK 1941 4-door super-sedan; engine,
•lutch. transmission and front end re
cently overhauled; r. and h. olastic seat
covers: price. $1.49»; spotlights. For
ale by private ownc . Esso Station. Wis.
ive. and Q st. —27
lUICK 1941 Special sedanette: we have
>nly one of these popular models; it sur
>asses our high standards of owner-rated
ars: in every respect will satisfy the most
liscriminating 30-day guarantee: r. and
i.: $1 „?95. LOGAN (Ford). JSth and L
;ts. n.w,. DI. 5800.
lUICK 1940 Special 4-door sedan: owner
ated: radio and heater; black finish: new
eat covers; motor recently overhauled:
10-day warranty: price. $945. LOGAN
MOTOR CO. (Ford Dealer). 2017 Va. ave.
i.w.. ME. 2818 One block below 21st and
S sts
lUICK 194" Special 4-door: still another
■sample of our honest efTort to push
irlces down: car looks and performs like
tew: it is highly owner-rated; radio and
leater included in equipment: 30-day
uarantee: SI.549 LOGAN (Ford), 18th
nd L sts. n.w., DI. 5800.
lUICK 1940 Special 2-dr: a standout;
■ear for Buicks and this is one of the i
lest: sanitized interior; clean originri;
ilack finish: it is ownei-rated and thor
mghiv reconditioned: 30-day guarantee;
erms or trade accepted: Si,149. LOGAN
Ford'. !8th and L sts. n.w.. DI. 5800.
lUICK 1941 Century 4-dr.: smooth, easy
o-hcndle power: sanitized interior: r. I
:nd h ; w. s. washers at no extra cost;'
lean original black finish: we guarantee
his car for 30 days at a price below pres
nt market: SI.275. LCGAN (Ford), 18th
nd L sts n.w.. DI. 5800.
lUICK 1941 Super convertible: an owner
ated "cream puff": maroon finish: top
nd leather upholstery excellent: motor just
horoughly "tuned” In our shop: a car
eadv to go. with 30-day guarantee;
il,S95. LOGAN (Ford), 18th and L sts.
i.w., DI. 5800.
lUICK 193fi coune; a pric« that cannot
ie beat in Wash.; clean; excellent trans
lortation to fit the pocketbook: S299.
XX3AN (Ford), I8th and L sts. n.w., DI
lUICK 1941 owner-rated Special 4-dr.:
inly S495 down for this Persian gray
>eauty; smoothness and power combineo
n thi3 most popular of Buick models: radio
ind heater Included in extra equipment:
10-day guarantee; $1,249. LOGAN >Ford>.
8th and L sts. n.w , DI. 5800. _
BUICK Roadmaster 4-door sedan: deliv*
i ered last of 1946: fully equipped: vers
little use. new condition; price, $2,600.
OL. 7682. —27
BUICK 1938 Roadmaster 4-dr. sedan:
heater and radio, all new tires; recently
reconditioned; $700 for quick sale. VI.
8880. • _27
BUICK 1941 Super convertible coupe,
i perfect mechanical cond.; new custom
j top. radio and heater, all extras; $1,695
| or best offer under. AD. 0271. —27
CADILLAC 1937 60 sedan; $660; r„ h.,
good tires; 1 owner; good condition
i Phone after 1 p.m. Mon., NA, 9744. —27
CADILLAC 1940 sedan, the popular 60
Special model, radio and heater, excel,
mechanical cond. as well as appearance;
MOBILE CO., 1222 22nd st. • nw., NA.
3300. Closed Sat., Sun. and eves. —28
CADILLAC 1947 5-passeryter Fleetwood
sedan. Model 75: this truly custom-built
car is almost n*w and is eouipped with
radio, heater and Cadillac Hydra-Matic
drive. Price quoted here is less than new
car list; $4,945. CAPITOL CADILLAC
OLDSMOBILE CO., 1222 22nd st. n.w.,
NA. 3300. Closed Sat., Sun. and eves.
CHEVROLET 1!)41 Special de luxe 'club
coupe: heater, seat covers; excellent me
chanically: body needs some work; good
tires: $800. GL. 3200. Ext. 307. between
8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mon. or Tues. only.
CHEVROLET late 1946 club coupe; perf.
I cond.. low mileage; has everything, r.. h,.
i fog lights, custom seat covers and spare
I tire: quick sale. $1,800. EM. 6401. —28
CHEVROLET 1947 club convertibles $450
extra equipment. 2,400 miles, gun metal
finish with black top; special 3 days,
$2,495. JET MOTORS. 2719 Nichols ave.
s.e.. LI. 0336. —27
CHEVROLET 1946 4-door; heater, black
finish, 8,000 miles, like new in every re
spect: special 3 days, $1,895. JET MO
TORS, 2719 Nichols ave. s.e., LI. 0336.
CHEVROLET 1946 Fleetmaster 5-pass,
coupe, low mileage, very clean car; price,
$1,850. WA. 4329. —29
CHEVROLET 1946 4-door sedan. Style
master; black, gas heater, defrosters, seat
covers, excel, cond.. not a scratch, 13,000
miles; $1,825 or best offer under. Call
GL. 6782 after 5 p.m. —28
CHEVROLET 1940 2-door Town sedan;
"lean- $850. Call NA. 2210, MR. ARM
i CHEVROLET 1947 Fleetmaster 5-pass.
! cci'pe; 8,000 miles; $2,000 cash. Call OX.
3814. —29
CHEVROLET 1930: pxcel. cond. through
out: $395 or best offer under. PL. 1071.
Call after 7 p.m. —28
CHEVROLET 1942 5-pas. roupe: maroon:
heater: passed Va. inspection: $1,245.
Call FA. I174-J. —2
CHEVROLET 1942 Special de luxe 5-cas
senser coupe; good shape; heater; $1,200.
OV 4111. —29
CHEV. ’47 taxi: must sell. pvt. owner; low
mileage, like new: $1,950. 5101 Crit
tenden st., Edmonston, Md., near Hyat.ts
ville. 1*
CHEVROLET 1940 2-door; r. and h • fog
lights, black finish and interior shows
little use; special 3 days, $1,895. JET
MOTORS, 2719 Nichols ave. s.e., LI. 0336.
CHEVROLET 1937 2-door: radio ~and
heater: as Is. $250. FA. 1191-R. —27
CHEVROLET 1942 2-.door. heater; original
black finish, clean Interior; passed ’47 D.
C. inspection: special. 3 days. $1,345. JET
MOTORS, 2719 Nichols ave. s.e. LI. 0336.
CHEVROLET 1941 2-door. R. <fc H.. new
motor, original black finish, clean interior:
special. 3 days. $1,245. JET MOTORS, 2719
Nichols ave. s.e. LI. 0336. —27
CHEVROLET 1936: good cond.; $500. Call
VI. 6790 or VI. 9655. —27
CHEVROLET 1941 coupe: another 1941
model in excellent condition brought to
you under $1,000: motor, body and interior
nerfect: It is owner-rated to get 21 mi. to
gal. pnd carries 30-day guarantee: $949.
LOGAN (Ford), 18th and L sts. n.w., DI
CHEVROLET 1941 M. d. 1. 2-dr.: $200 off
to convince you that we mean prices must
come down: royal blue finish: this owner
rated is mechanically perfect: 30-day guar
antee; $1,095. LOGAN (Ford), I8th and
L sts. n.w.. DI. 5800.
CHEVROLET 1941 Special de luxe 4-door:
a clean owner-rated with original black
finish: sanitized interior; heat and music:
perfect in every respect: 30-day guarantee:
terms or trade accepted: $1,195. LOGAN
(Ford). 18th and L sts. n.w.. DI. 5800.
CHEVROLET 1941 sed. coupe: we must
sacrifice this beautiful owner-rated car:
maroon finish, radio, heater and seat
covers: mechanically it’s grade A; backed
bv our 30-day guarantee. $1,125. LOGAN
(Ford). 18th and L sts. n.w.. DI. 5800.
CHEVROLET 1941 station wagon: this
owner-rated is solid in every respect: no
rotten woodwork: leather upholstery: motor
in excellent condition: 30-day guarantee:
will accept trade or finance. $1,225.
LOGAN (Ford), 18th and L sts. n.w., DI
CHEVROLET 1942 Master de luxe 2-door:
a beautiful owner-rated with perfect slate
grey finish: clean: sanitized interior;
heater part of extra equipment: 30-day
guarantee: terms or trade accepted: $1,395.
LOGAN (Ford), 18th and L sts. n.w., DI.
CHEVROLET 1941 M. d. 1. 2-dr.; clean as
a hound's tooth; upholstery like new: the
past owner lived up to every war-time pre
caution in 'care and maintenance; highly
owner-rated; 30-day guarantee; $1,195.
LOGAN (Ford), 18th and L sts. n.w., DI.
CHEVROLET 1942 station wagon: this
price positively cannot be beat: only $305
down for this excellent car: passed 1947
D. C. inspection; tops in every respect:
owner-rated and carries 30-day guaran
tee. $1,075. LCGAN (Ford), 18th and L
sts. n.w.. DI. 5800.
CHEVROLET 1940 4-door Fleetmaster
sport sedan: radio, heater and extras:
$1,850 cash; perfect condition; original
owner. DE. 5992. —27
CHEVROLET 1940 Fleetmaster 2-dr. se
dan, with heater and seat covers; in new
car condition: can finance if desired.
$1,850. (RA. 4940. —28
CHEVROLET 194u coupe; r. and h., new
paint; full price. $875. WILLIAMS, 20th
and Rhode Island ave. n.e., AD. 8344. —28
custom radio, heater, exquisitely tailored
plaid seat covers, practioally new’ tires,
sparkling new paint; $985 cash, or $385
down. $51.70 mo. R. I. MOTORS. 1020,
Rhode Island ave. n.e. —27 j
CHRYSLER 1938 Royal 4-dr.: move fast.!
it’s a bargain: we know it, but we have
promised our customers lower prices: me- ■
chanically excellent and owner-rated; $575.1
LOGAN (Ford), 18th and L sts. n.w., DI.
CHRYSLER 1947 Windsor 2-dr. brougham:
1.400 mi.: radio and heater; absolutely1
perfect; must sell; $2,050. RA. 1939.
CHRYSLER 1940 de luxe sedan: beautiful;
car; sacrfice: $895. Terms. $300 cash,
$49 mo. ROPER. 1730 R I. ave. n.e. *
CIVILIAN JEEP, 1946: new top, new paint
$995. Call HUNTER MOTORS. 901 Prince
st.. Alex.. ALex 2334. OV. 1439. —28
CROSLEYS 1947: more than 350 satisfied
cusromcrs in wasmngton; seaans.'convert
ibles and pickup trucks, from $953: imme
diate delivery. HENRY MILLER MOTORS,
1133 18th st. n.w., RE. 5252, Distributor
for Washington.
DE SOTO 1941 custom 4-door: r. and h..
maroon finish, new tires: special 3 days, I
$1,245. JET MOTORS, 2719 Nichols ave . 1
s.e., LI. 0336. —27
DE SC.TO 1939 de luxe coupe, radio. ’47
D. C. insception: only $695 cash, trade, or,
-t. s.e., FR. 1563. 29* j
DODGE 1947 Custom club coupe: seat
covers, heater: under 1,000 miles; $2,325 !
Write Box 148-M. Star.
DODGE 1940 de luxe 2-door; motor in,
excellent condition; new clutch; 6 tires
and heater: $850. AD. 5755.
DODGE 1940 4-dr.: radio and heater,!
new tires, clutch. $800. GE. 3944.
DODGE 1942 coupe: new-car appearance;
and condition in this owner-rated: beau
tiful glacier gray finish: passed 1947
D. C. inspection; terms or trade accepted
in this new low price of $1,175. LOGAN
(Ford). 18th and L sts. n.w., DI. 5800
DODGE 194L Custom 4-dr.: this beau
tiful custom body and interior is a stand
out: the best in Dodge prewar construc
tion: one car of this type makes one;
more satisfied Logan customer: r. and
li : 30-day guarantee: owner-ratea:
$1,245. LOGAN (Ford). J 8th and L sts.
n.w., DI. 5800. v
DODGE 1941 Custom 2-dr.: it’s clean,
it's smooth, it's reliable; an excellent
buy for the man considering high turn
in value in '48: "this auto is owner-rated
and carries our 30-day guarantee: $1,145. j
LOGAN (Ford), 18th and L sts. n.w., DI.!
DODGE 1930 sedan: good body, tires,
wheels, etc.: but no motor: $49 cash,
full nrice. 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. *
DODGE 1946 Custom 4-dr. sedan, heater
and seat covers; in excel, cond.; $2,000;
pvt. owner. RA. 3555. —29
DODGE 1940 4-door sedan: clean and in
good mechanical condition: price. $965.
1222 22nd st. n.w.. NA. 3300. Closed
Sat.. Sun. and evenings. ^ ,,
DODGE 1936 4-door: runs good: $195 full
price. WILLIAMS, 20th and R. I. ave.
n.e.. AD 8344 —28
DODGE 1946 Custom aedan: radio, heater,
seat covers, spotlight; $2,200. MI. 3363.
DODGE 1936 4-door: R. & H.. original
finish, good tires: special. 3 days. $395.
JET MOTORS. 2719 Nichols ave. s.e. LI.
11336. —27
DODGE late 1946 custom town sedan,
lark maroon. 2-tone upholstery, radio,
leatei and turn signals: a oeaufiful car.
driven by original owner: will meet the
requirements of the most discriminating
auyer; $2,250. Phone JA. 2120. —27 >
DODGE 1942 club coupe, new tires ana
in pcrf. cond. throughout: fluid drive:
:ash. trade or terms: $1,295. MITCHELL’S;
MOTORS. INC.. 222 2nd st. n.w. <2nd
;t. ancrConst. ave.). —28 j
[)ODGE 1.947 4-aoor Custom sedan; radio,
leater and slip covers: less than 5.000
ni.; cash, trade or terms: $2,350*. MITCH
FORD 1941 club conv.: a one-owner car
purchased from this company new; just;
received on a new car: powerful V-81
motor: top and leather upholstery excel
lent: r. and h.; 30-day guaran*?e: owner-,
rated; $1,249. LOGAN (Ford), 18th and
L sts. n.w .. DI. 5800.
FORD 1940 Fordor: only $280 down for
this owner-rated: mechanically fine: paint
black and in good condition: compare: no
one approaches our price of $725. LOGAN
(Ford) 18th and L sts. n.w., DI. 5800.
FORD 1941 Tudor de luxe: radio, heater
and defroster; an exceptionally clean car:
motor recently overhauled, new battery;
S095. SL. 9038—27
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FORD 1942 Sup. d. 1 Fordor; it's perfect
original black Ford paint; heat and music
seat covers since new: has had only on
owner; 30-day guarantee on this owner
rated: a steal at $1,245. LOGAN (Ford)
18th and L sts. n.w., DI. 5800.
FORD 1946 V-8 club convertible: r. an<
h.: this low mileage car is in perfect con
dition; special 3 days. $2,095. JET MO
TORS. 2719 Nichols ave. s.e., LI. 0330
FORD 1941 Tudor: clean, economica
transportation of the best in the low
priced field: a powerful, snappy V-8 motor
the buyer of this car will be proud am
satisfied; it is owner-rated and guarantee!
30-days; $1,095. LOGAN (Ford). 18ti
and L sts. n.w.. DI. 5800.
FORD 1941; immaculately clean; $1,195
$200 below market: new motor, good tires
OX 2505. 3414 Columbia pike. —27
FORD 1946 de luv* Tudor; Derfect in ever:
respect. $1,695. WILLIAMS. 20th ant
Rhode Island ave. n.e., AD. 8344. —28
FORD 1936 Fordor; new motor ant
clutch, good rubber; $450. Call Laure
161-M. —27
FORD 1938 station wagon; new tires am
in wxcel. mechanical cond. Cash, trade o
terms; $40(*. MITCHELL'S MOTORS
INC., 222 2nd st. n.w\ (2nd and Const
ave.». —28
FORD 3 947 green suoer de luxe V-8
heater, seat covers, radio, fop lights; fac
torv guarantee: $2,050. CO. 5648. —1
j FORD 1947 V-8 Super de luxe Tudor
radio. beater, scat covers; $1,950 cash
OV. 0479.
i FORD 1939 convertible coupe; r. and
lh., pood tires: $800. AD. 8166. —29
FORD 1938 business coupe; excellent me
chanical condition; heater; passed Va. in:
spection; $350 or best offer under. Mus
sell immediately. Call LAWRENCE SMITH
Chestnut 4065 after 5 p.m. 28*
FORD 1946 maroon convertible with radii
and hotter: in excel, cond.; small dowi
payment; price, $2,300. TR. 8956 after 4
FORD 1946 convertible coupe; blue, radu
and heater, white wall tires, solid tar
leather interior and a brand-new top
Priced below original list. $2,385. CAPITOl
st. n.w.. NA. 3300. Closed Sat., Sun. an<
evenings. —28
FORD 1941 V-8 super de luxe Tudor
newly painted, heater, seat covers, me
chanically perfect: guaranteed 30 ds^s
$1,145. ALEXANDRIA NASH CORt*.. «0(
Montgomery st., Alex.. Va. —28
FORD 1936 Fordor sedan, fair condition
needs seme repair, $325. Call RA. 4885
FORD 1947: radio and heater, slip cover:
! and other accessories; car unused; $2,05(
cash. GL. 7(162 or GL. 0658. —28
FRAZER 194 7 Manhatten 4-door: over
i drive, air-cond. unit. 2-tone green finish
2.000 actual miles; priced under list fo:
3 days at $2,595. JET MOTORS. 2711
i Nichols ave. s.e.. LI. 0336. —27
i FRAZER Manhattan, company offlcial'i
car; $2,700. $300 off list price. FRIEND
SHIP MOTORS. Kaiser-Frazer sales anc
i service, 7320 Wis. ave., Bethesda. OL. 8225
FRAZER 1947 4-door sedan: radio, heat
! er, original light* green finish, excellen
condition; $2,300, or best offer under
GE 3833
heater, etc.; brown and beige with up
holstery to match; approx. 2.000 miles
$2,696. DI. 8007 before 5:30 p.m. or RA
0857 evenings. —27
HUDSON 1946 Commodore de luxe “6”
r. and h.; price. $1,800. $900 cash and
assume payments on bal. due. Call DU
HUDSON 1946 coupe super six: this low
mileage car has been carefully broken in
by refined lady and is sparkling new in
appearance and condition; with custom
heating unit: at a savings af about $156
under cost; $1,595 cash, or $595 down.
$84.50 monthly. R. I. MOTORS. 1620
Rhode Island ave. n.e. —27
HUDSON 1946 Super 6 sprian. radio and
heater, appearance and condition very
good; priced for Quick sale. $1,685. CAPI
22nd st. n.w. NA. 3300. Closed Sat.,
Sun. and eves. —27
HUDSON 1939 coach: little 6 with custom
radio, shiny green flnsh, exquisitely tai
lored upholstery, heater, new battery, prac
tically new tires, good engine; genuine oar
gain at $645 cash, or $245 down, $43.8f
monthly. R. I. MOTORS. 1620 Rhode
Island ave. n.e. 27
HUDSON 1947 brougham: heater, seat
covers; $1,975. See at 4662 Homer ave.
s.e.. Apt. A. eves. —28
LINCOLN 1947 4-dr. sedan; fully equip.:
excel, cond.; $2,600. Call AT. 5353 or
DT. 5427. —27
LINCOLN 1947 4-dr., dark blue; radio,
heater, seat covers and accessories; low
mileage; $3,600 or best offer under. CH
4356. —28
LINCOLN 1947 4-door model 76-H sedan:
80 miles: twin heater, radio; $3,575; will
600 Montgomery st., Alex., Va —28
LINCOLN-ZEPHYR 1942 4-door sedan:
custom radio, heater, defroster, new cus
tom plastic scat covers, new tires, new
Lincoln battery: immaculate inside and
out; excel, mechartical cond. Price, $2,600.
Phone AT. 7917. —31
LINCOLN 1946 4-door sedan; light blue,
radio and seat covers: very reasonably
priced: $2,565. CAPITOL CADILLAC
OLDSMOBILE CO.. 1222 22nd st. n.w.,
NA. 3300. Closed Sat., Sun. and eyes.
MERCURY 1942 4-dr.: new' paint, clean
interior; excel, cond. throughout: special.
$1,145. FRANK SMALL. Jr.. INC.. 1301
Good Hope rd. s.e. —26
MERCURY late 1946 convertible, maroon
with black top; radio and heater, outside
mirror, dome and front floor lights, spot
light and fog lights, tire chains, fire ex
tinguisher. low' mileage; $2,375 or best
offer under. TE 6670. —2
NASH 1936 4-dr.: engine recently rebuilt,
new rubber, body good: no dealers. $550.
TA 4986.
NASH 1948 600 4-door; heater; $1,495.
VI. 8583. • —27
NASH j916 4-door sedan: attractive two
tone finish Weather-Eve heatfntr system
w'ith defroster. This car is vifry clean
and has a new-car appearance: price.
CO., J 222 22nd st. n.w .. NA. 3300. Closed
Sat.. Sun. and evenings. —28
NASH 1941 600 club coupe, heater, light
blue finish, completely overhauled. 1 owner;
special. 3 days. $1,095. JET MOTORS.
2719 Nichols ave. s.e. LI. 0336. —27
NASH 1941 Ambassador ‘'‘6” club coupe;
r. and h.. green finish, completely over
hauled: special 3 days, $1,145. JET
MOTORS. 2719 Nichols ave. s.e,. LI.
0336. —27
OLDS 1946 98 4-door sedan: r. and h
Hydra-Matic: 10 mos old; $2,495 or best
offer under. RA. 0135 —27
OLDSMOBILE 1946 Hydra-Matic de luxe
equipped model 76 club sedan: 2-tone
blue; 1 owner; excellent condition; $2
106 cash. Phone CH. 2784 between 6-7
P.m. —30
OLDSMOBILE. 1941. Hyd. custom 4-door
sedan: new tires, paint and new battery:
hydramatic: completely overhauled; $1,350
TR. 2585. —27
OLDSMOBILE 1938 4-door sedan: r. and
h.: good cond.; privately owned: $750.
UN. 6725. —31
OLDSMOBILE 1947 model 98 4-dr sedan:
black; hydramatic. radio, heater, com
plete with new seat covers; 3.000 miles;
for sale by owner: $2,800. Call RE. 1796,
OLDSMOBILE 1940 Hydra-Matic sedan:
radio; heater: sacrifice: $956. Terms $356
cash. $49 month. 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. •
OLDSMOBILE 1947, model “98” Hydra
Matic, black 4-door sedan, r. and h., seat
covers: beautiful car. perfect cond.. 7.000
mi.: $2,750. MI. 8037. —28
OLDSMOBILE 1936 4-dr. sedan; heater,
running condition, fair tires; drive it away;
onlv $195 cash. SL. 1509.
OLDSMOBILE 1941 5-pass, coupe, series
98: r. and h.; A-l condition; $1,350. Call
SH 6984. —28
OLDSMOBILE 1947 4-dr. sedan, r. and h..
hydramatic. 10 mi.: cash, trade or terms:
$2,650. MITCHELL S MOTORS. INC.. 222
2nd st. n.w. (2nd st. and Const, ave ).
OLDSMOBILE 1941 club coupe 66: new
Hydramatic: perf.; cond.; $1,295. Phone
AD. 1237. —28
OLDSMOBILE 1941 4-dr.: extra clean:
original black Duco- sanitized interior;
heat and music provided in this ideal fam
11 v ra nwnpr-rfitpd nnri guaranteed .‘10
days; passed 1947 D. C. inspection; $1,249,
LOGAN (Ford), 18th and L sts. n.w., DI.
OLDSMOBILE 1946 model “98'’ 4-door se
dan: Hydra-Matic. radio, heater, seat
covers: like new. low mileage; beautiful
black finish with white tire rims: $2,595.
Sun only. GE 7252; weekdays. SH. 1851
\ —28
PACKARD 1937 4-door sedan; dean in
side and out: radio and heater, good
tires: car shows excel, care taken by pvt.
owner; $550 or best offer under. Can
be seen 1300 blk. Clifton st. n.w.. CO.
7744, Ext. 105-W. —27
PACKARD 1941 "6" convertible coupe:
heater, new cream finish, new tires, me
chanically OK: special .1 days. $1,245.
JET MOTORS. 2719 Nichols ave. s.e.. LI.
9330. —37
PACKARD 1937 4-door sedan: excellent
condition: $600 or any reasonable offer
under: new motor, 5 new tires. LIJ. 5707.
PACKARD 1940 ‘0” club coupe: radio,
overdrive; new blue finish, good tires;
special 3 days. $995. JET MOTORS,
2719 Nichols ave. s.e. LI. 0336. —27
PACKARD 1948 convertible, extras: low
mileage; price, $4,000. Call ME. 5623
bet. 9-4 p.m. —27
PACKARD 1940 4-door: very good eondi-i
tion; r. and h.: $900 br best offer under.
TA 5542. Ere at 4212 7th ft. n.w. —29
PACKARD 1947 4-door Clipper 110; r
uid h.; perf.: $2,350. JA. 1787 weekdays;
1 to 5:30 UN. 3799, eves,. Sat. and Sun.
PACKARD 194 0 "6” club coupe, radio,
averdrive: new blue finish, good tires, spe
cial, 3 days. $995. JET MOTORS. 2719
Nichols ave. s.e. LI. 0336. —25
PACKARD 1940 110 club coupe: r. and h..
tires good, motor has just been completely
overhauled; $850 or best offer under. Call
5H. 3437. —27 j
PACKARD 1938 4-dr. sedan: chance to
ouv a good car cheap: cash, trade or
terms: $400. MITCHELL’S MOTORS. INC..
222 2nd st. n.w. (2nd st. and Const, aye.).
PACKARD 1937 "8” sedan; just passed
D C. Inspection: new tires, brakes, etc.:
radio, heater: $545. WO. 6886.
PACKARD 1947 limousine; 7 passenger,
brand-new: $3,000. CO. 8936 bet. 6
and 8 p m. —'29
PACKARD 1937 de luxe sedan: splendid
car: $485. Terms, $185 cash, $34 month.
ROPER. 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. *
PACKARD 1936 sedan. 1400 series: this
car has recently been refinished; tires are
excellent: has radio and heater. Here is
s real bargain in dependable transporta
tion . Price. $495. CAPITOL CADILLAC
OLDSMOBILE CO . 1222 22nd st. n.w.,
NA. 3300. Closed Sat., Sun. and eves.
PACKARD 1942 Clipper 6 black-gray 4-dr.
sedan: 32.000 mi.: heater, seat covers;
excellent condition: $1,500. DU. lo.,0.
weekdays. MRS. DE AGRO. —38
PACKARD 1942 4-dr sedan: good condi
tion. excellent tires; $1,100. Phone OW.
5843 after 5. , , —28
PLYMOUTH 1937: clean car, heater, seat
covers: S600 or best offer under. TW.
2777, 8 a m. to 6 p.m. —2<
PLYMOUTH 1941 4-dr. sedan: heater, 2
lew tires, motor just overhauled: looks
jnd runs good: $895. Call HO. 986,. —28
PLYMOUTH 1936: good cond.. good tires:
£350. Phone GL. 3232, Mon. through
Sat.. 9:30 to 6. . , , —27
PLYMOUTH 1942 coupe: original owner;
ictual 26.000 miles only: beautiful black
finish, spotless interior: a real buy. $1.19o.
WILLIAMS. 20th and Rhode Island aye.
i e„ AD. 8344. , —28
PLYMOUTH 1939 sedan de luxe 4-door
eitb custom radio and heater; this dandy
'unnlng little car hag good tires and fine
;ntine and is ready for trip anywhere;
1795 cash, or S345 down. $48.49 monthly.
I L MOTORS. 1820 Rhode Island ave.
l.e. —27
1 Changeling
4 Toward the
9 High moun
12 Greek letter
I 13 To misrepre
! sent
14 Female ruff
' 15 Floor covering
17 Elan
19 Encountered
20 To rebuke
21 Bacteriolo
[ gist's culture
23 Symbol for
24 Flat, round
27 Wrestlers’
28 Small carry
j ing case ' !
30 Pertaining to I
31 Part of “to be"
. 32 Driftage
34 Preposition
35 Yugoslavian
1 premier
37 Troubles
[ 38 CordeS cloth
1 39 To accustom
41 Faeroe Islands'
i 42 Fop
43 Crowlike bird
45 Pronoun
46 Deep valley
48 Winding turn
j 51 Poem
52 Birds of the
hawk family
54 Song
55 Poetic: above
56 Redacts
' i 57 Female sheep
1 Granjpus
2 Exclamation
of triumph
3 Makeup of a
4 To encourage
5 Wager
Answer to Yesterday'* Pmole.
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6 Mulberry
7 Cold-blooded
8 Lukewarm
9 To take into
10 Wreath
11 Favorite
16 Through
18 Characteristic
form of ex
20 Wariness
21 Italian violin
22 Urchin
23 Walled portico
25 Quoted
26 Ranee
28 Colloquial:
elevated rail
29 Alt
32 To pillage
33 While
36 Gymnast
38 To tousle
40 To summon
42 Faint
44 Wife of
45 Sibilant sound
46 Dove's cry
47 American
48 Moist
49 Regulation
50 To watch
53 Note of scale
Points for Parents “By DVTH Thomas WALLACE
Complaining about the cost of medical care for children makes
them feel guilty and unloved.
Not This
1*47. Th* IU0atnr
and Trfbur* Syndicate
Mother—How fortunate we are to
have such excellent dental care
! now-a-days. In my day if your
teeth were crooked, they stayed
Mother—Shots for hay fever, new
glasses just last month and now
braces for her teeth! Jean is cer
tainly costing us a lot of money.
PLYMOUTH 1941 club coupe; finally here
! it is; we have an excellent convertible; new
i fop; the finest leather upholstery, r. -and
h.; mechanically she lives up to the best
! of our owner-rated standards; terms or
trade: 30-day guarantee: $1,249. LOGAN
tFordL 18th and L sts. n.w., DI. 5800.
PLYMOUTH 1940 4-dr. sedan: black; 13.
000 miles: heater, seat covers: excellent
cond.: $1,800. DU. 1530 weekdays. MISS
MAZZA. > —28 i
PLYMOUTH 1939 2-door sedan, original
Lowner, mileage 14.600. excellent condition:
F$1200 cash. Can wa 4191 after 6:30
: week days. —28
j PLYMOUTH 1941 coupe de luxe model’
with custom radio, heater and defroster,
nearly new tires, sparkling new' paint, ex- !
cellent engine: original upholstery like
new: very low mileage; by conservative
ladv: $985 cash, or 8385 down. 851.76 mo. i
R. I MOTORS. 1620 Rhode Island ave.1
n.e. —27
PLYMOUTH 1937 4-dr. sedan: good run- i
ning cond.: $295 full price. WILLIAMS,
i 20th and Rhode Island ave. n.e. AD. 8344.
—28 i
PLYMOUTH 1942 sedan: sacrifice: $950.
Terms. $350 cash. $49 month. ROPER,
! 1730 R. I. ave. n.e. *
PLYMOUTH 1947 de luxe 4-dr.: r. and h.:
defrosters: 7.000 miles; taxicab; used part- i
time by pvt owner; $1,950. TW. 8251.'
PONTIAC 3 947 2 - tone gray. 2 - door
Streamliner; fully equipped: 5.000 miles:
$ 1,350 cash, take over payments, balance
$1,000. OR. 3509. —28
PONTIAC 1946 4-dr. “S" Streamliner
sedan: fully equipped, excel, cond.; $2,295.
VI. 0631. —29
PONTIAC 1938 4-door sedan; unusually
good condition; radio, heater, good tires,
paint, etc.: price $695. CAPITOI CADIL
LAC-OLDSMOBILE CO.. 1222 22nd st.
n.w.. NA. 3300. Closed Sat., Sun. and
evenings. —28
PONTIAC 1947 de luxe station wagon:
fully equipped: 1.900 miles.^.$2,950; a bar
gain. DR. ORCHARD. NO. 4740.
PONTIAC 1942 Torpedo 6. 4-door: R. & H.
This clean car is priced below' market value
for 3 days, at $1,395. JET MOTORS,
j 2719 Nichols ave. s.e. LI 0336. —27
PONTIAC 1946 4-dr. Streamliner sedan;
| r. and h.. custom seat covers, low mileage; 1
j car like new; $2,100 or best offer under, i
Harding Esso Station. Carroll and Cedar
| sts. n.w'.. Takoma Park. D. C. —27 ,
I PONTIAC 1937 club coupe 6 cyl. with,
.heater; excellent tires and good engine: ;
first-class transportation: this one, $395
i cash, or $145. $30.30 monthly. R. I.
i MOTORS. 1620 Rhode Island ave. n.e. —27 1
i PONTIAC 1938-1939 business coupe;
gear on steering wheel: just passed Va. ’
inspection: original paint, not a dent; i
price. $750. CH. 0432 any time. —27
PONTIAC 3 946 4-door sedan. Streamliner
8-cylinder: 2-tone gray: low mileage: radio. I
heater, seat covers, fog lights, plus other1
accessories: 30-day guarantee: only $2.
295. BENDALL PONTIAC. 1611 King st . j
Alex.. Va.. OV 1ROO. —27 !
PONTIAC 1934. motor good, new’ battery.
$225. M£ 0434. —27
PONTIAC 1946 2-door streamliner: r. and,
h.: 82.150 or best offer unde**. Call OV.
5152. —27 i
PONTIAC 1941 8-cyl. 2-dr.: priced low
enough for cash deal, but we cannot ac
cept trades or finance: this owner-rated,
has new Lincoln gray paint: seat covers;!
r. and h.: mechanically excellent,, and car-:
rics 30-day guarantee: only $1,125.
LOGAN (Ford), J 8th and L sts. n.w.. DI
PONTIAC 1935: good mechanical condi
tion: $295 cash. UN. 0339. —29
PONTIAC 1936 6-c.vlinder black 4-door
seaan: r. and n.. recently overnauiea: 54.00.
UN 0024. —1
PONTIAC 1040 station wagon. $050: good
condition. Can be seen at 711 O st. n.w.
Adams 1845. 27*
PONTIAC J 041 8-cyl. club conv.; an out
standing one-owner car; original black
finish, with low mileage; not used dur
ing war; top and leather excellent: motor
just tuned in our shop: 30-day guarantee
and it's cwner-rated; trades accepted on !
this reduced price of $1,340. LOGAN.
(Ford). 18th and L sts. n.w.. DI. 5800.
SIMCA 1947: a newr car at only $1,095 de
livered: a modern up-to-date small car;
economical to operate with such outstand
ing features as hydraulic brakes and in
dependent front wheel suspension. See
CO., both sides of 7th at R sts. n.w. —27 ;
STUDEBAKER 1030 de luxe club sedan,
splendid small car; sacrifice $005; terms.
$250 c8Sh, $30 month. 1 *30 R. I. ave.
n.c. •
STUDEBAKER 1942 Champion 4-door se
dan; D C inspection guaranteed; priced
below market value: $9A5: cash, terms or
CO.. 7th and R sts. n.w. —27
STUDEBAKER 1040 4-dr. sedan: radio,
climatizer and heater, motor recently over-;
hauled: very clean, $800. MR PARKER.
AT. 8819. —27
STUDEBAKER 1947 4-door sedan: Nile
green, seat covers, heater like new;
$2,095. Also. 8-window club coupes, 2
door and 4-door; $2,295. Convertible
coUDes_ Immediate delivery. METRO
POLITAN MOTORS, New York ave. and
Bladensburg rd. —87
STUDEBAKER 1938 Commander 4-door
sedan: looks good, runs good, good tires;
bargain. $535. ALEXANDRIA NASH
CORP. 600 Montgomery st., Alex., Va.
STUDEBAKER 1940 Champion sedan:
perf. shape, original black .finish; driven
44.000 miles: priced $795. $315 down.
WILLIAMS. 20th and Rhode Island ave.
n.c., AD. 8344. —28
STUDEBAKER 1940 Commander club se
dan: excellent condition, radio, climatizer.
overdrive, hillholder, overhauled engine;
$950. TE. 8635. —27
STUDEBAKER 1940 Champion. 2-door; [
R. A H.. original *blue finish, clean interior, I
A real buy at $895. JET MOTORS, 2719
Nichols ave. s.e. LI. 0336. —27
for cash or sell your car at your price
Auction sal* every Friday night. 8 p.m.
Bring your car (new or used) early Thurs.:
or Fri for listing. First come, first served.
Open daily. 9 to 5. WASHINGTON AUTO
AUCTION. 8511 Coles v Hie rd SH 4400
BARGAIN SPECIALS—See these outstand
ine values before buying your used car. \
OldSmobile 1936 4-dr. sedan $ 295 j
Plymouth 1941 2-dr. sed., r.,. h.,— 985 j
Hudson 1941 4-dr. sedan, r., h. 895 i
Studebaker Champion 1941 2-dr. 4
sed., overdrive, heater... __ _ 945
Studebaker Champion 1942 4-dr.
sed. radio, heater, overdrive _ 1.385 c
Studebaker Champion 1946 2-dr.
sedan, heater - . - 1.445 ’
Crosley 1947 2-dr. sedan __ 79o <
Many guaranteed-to-pas* Virginia and ;
D. C. inspection. Good t^s, clean mer- ]
chandise. USB D. BUTLER, INC-. 1121 i
21st sf. n.w., DL 0110. —28 i
WILLYS 1941 4-door sedan; a chance to
buy this economical car at a low price;
rash, trade, or terms: $695. MITCHELL’S
MOTORS, INC., 2nd and Constitution ave.
better buy bendall—
1938 Chrysler 4-dr. _ $ 695
1939 Oidsmobile 3-dr. _ 695
1939 Chevrolet 2-dr. 79;,
1939 Ford Tudor_ 895
1939 Buick 3-dr. 8:*5
1940 Chrysler 4-dr. _ 9 So
1940 Studebaker 4-dr._ 99.)
1940 Dodae -2-dr _____ 995
1!I4'| FcfrdPTucfor . ..‘Ljl_ on:.
1941 Pontiar 3-dr_ 3.195;
1942 Ford Fordor _ 1.195
1941 Mercury 4-dr__ 1,25o
1941 Pontiac 4-dr. ... _ 1.350;
1941 Chrysler club coupe_ 1.350 !
1946 Studebaker 2-dr. _ 1.595 i
1 946 Ford Tudor _ i ,o95 j
1946 Pontiac 4-dr. 2.295)
Open evenings to 10 p.m.. BENDALL-1
PONTIAC, 1611 King st., Alexandria, OV.
1600. —27
1937 PONTIAC sedan . __$195
1941 Oidsmobile coupe- _ 990
1943 Nash sedan . 99o
1938 Buick sedan __ _ ... __ 590
1937 Oidsmobile sedan, 8-cylinder.. . 290 j
1936 Studebaker sedan . _ 190
1934 Plymouth coach . _ 185
1937 Plymouth coach - 35o
1940 Buick convertible _ 5951
1940 Buick sedan _ 800'
193!) Chev. J*2-ton chassis and cab $600
1941. Chev. panel . 290
1939 Ford dump truck 425
1935 Chev. J ,/2-ton chassis and cab 375
Others to choose from. JOHN S. REECE.
1114_Half_st._s. w.____ _ 3 7J_
see us before you sell, pohanka
SERVICE, 1126 20th st. n.w., DI. 9141.
PRIVATE PARTY desires good used car.
Will pay all cash: must be reasonable.
Please call CH.^ 8045. —6
urgently need at once 100 used cars. lor;
which we will pay top dollar. Must be
clean and in good mechanical shape. Ask
1 7th ana Good Hope rd. s.e. LI. 0679.
CHEVROLET or Ford sedan, 1935 to
1940. with good body, fenders, paint and
upholstery, all cash. EM. 4859. —27
I WILL TAY CASH for good used car. ,
37-43 model. Phone HO. 6079 before 6
TRADE OR SELL your car: high cash
dollar offered. NORTHEAST MOTOR CO.,!
Ford dealers, 920 Bladensburg rd. n.e., op
posite Sears. AT. 0200. —31
of cars are assured at McKEE-PONTIAC,
1828 L st. n.w ME. 0400
“WIN WITH WINN"—Top price for your
car; never too new, never too old: wil’
come 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. ,
1730 Georgia ave. n.w.. HA. 7422.
L-’HEVROLETS—Cash for your car. no red
ape. SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 257 Carroll
;t., Takoma Park, D. C Georgia 3300.
rOilDs—cash lor your car, r.o r<*a tape
SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN 257 Carroll at.,
rakoma Park D C Georgia 3300
PLYMOUTH—Cash for your car. no rea
ape. SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN, 257 Carroll
;t. Takoma Park. D C Georgia 3300
—Don’t trade on a new car or sell to any
one until you get our big prices. Need 100 <
cars—1936 to 1947 Absolutely high cash
jrice. If car is paid for will give you cash i
rf car is not paid for. will pay on balance;
tnd pas cash dinerence. BAicrijss-oapi
GER3 MOTOR8. Washington’s oldest ex-1
Uusive used-car dealers. See Mr. Barnes
lor appraisal. All cash or certified check
Only one location. Drive in open lot. 1300 '
14th, corner N st n.w Open 8:30 to 6
Hosed Sunday NO. 111J
:ash price for your 1946 or 1947 car ar
Oder if clean. Drive in or call DU. 2* ■
3RENTWOOD MOTOR CO . 1717 r .ode ]
stand ave. n.e.: open 9 am. top .m.
47; will pay vour price foi..-r -an cart. 1
Come to or call LIVINGSMT MOTORS.
123 O st n.e.. EX 5809.
GET TOP CASH PRIfljr .or your car. [
Suick deals, no red 18,-e. Phone DE. >
6300 for a buyer to call or drive to TRI- *
INGLE MOTORS. 3010 R. I. ave. n.e.
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
it. n.w.. DU 4455.
CASH AT ONCE—Top-dollar prices at
'OAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-423 Florida ave ;
n.e. AT 7200. Open evenings _j
Chrysler-Plymouth dealer, 4800-4826 Wis-1
■onsin. EM. 4800. 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m
Corner. STANLEY H HORNER. Buick.
Fla. ave.. 5th to 6th sts. n.e.. AT. 6464.
I WILL PAY ALL CASH for clean cars, |
new or used. Call us today or drive by.
GENE CASTLEBERRY. 1640 Benntng rd.
n.e.. PR. 6231.
IMMEDIATE CASH, no red tape or has
sling; we need 50 cars right away and
will pay more than your car is worth if It
:an be bad right now. RHODE ISLAND
MOTOR CO , 1620 Rhode Island ave n.e.
Phone MI. 9774.
CASH for your Nash: also any other xaake:
highest price paid. WILLIAMS & BAKER,
1819 M st. n.w., HO. 8700.
FORDS WANTED—We will pay cash dol
ars; any year, any model. WILLIAM
AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e.,
AD. 8344.
PLYMOUTHS WANTED—We will pay high
ash dollars: any year, any model. WIL
LIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave. at 20th
5t. n.e AD 8344
BUICKS WANTED—We will pay high cash
lollars: any year, any model. WILLIAMS
AUTO SALES. R I. ave. at 20th st. n.e .
AD. 8344.
■ash dollars; any year, any model. WIL- ,
LIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave. at 20th st
l.e. AD. 8344.
>ONTIAC* WANTED—We will pay high
:ash dollars: any year, any model. WIL
LIAMS AUTO SALES, R L ave. at 20th st
l.e. AD 8344. d
'ROM PRIVATE PARTY, wanted lmmedl- ,
tely. good used car, 1939 through 1942: «
•refer Chevrolet. Ford. Dodge or Plymouth;
mh original paint, fine motor, low mile- r
.ge. Will pay all cash. Call TR. 2635. I
T NEED NOT BE the very latest model,
ve are looking for all types and model
ars for customers who need transports- r,
ion. Phone NA. 3300 or drive to 1222
’2nd st. n.w. to sell your. ear. CAPITOL t,
lun. and eves. —29
•RIVATE PARTY urgently needs 5 or 6 fi
•ass. car; up to S800 cash. Call LU. 1264 -
fter 6 P.m. • V
Goren on Bridge
Q. 1—As South you hold:
AA 64 2 t?AK3 0 A 9 *AQ9S;
The bidding has proceeded: 11
South West North East ;
2 NT Pass 6 * Pass :
What do you bid now?
A.—We suggest that you go whole hog ;
with a bid of seven clubs. On the surface*' 1
this may run counter to our usual recom
mendations. The hand contains only ths -
minimum of 5!2 honor tricks prescribed for *
a two no-trump opening. Actually, it has'
a point count of only 21, which Is one
short of the technical reaulrement. But’ .
there are facts present which do not appear
on the surface. First, the queen of clubs .
has become promoted by reason of part
ner s; bid of that suit. Secondly, the double
ton diamond may have Important value at
clubs If partner has three of that suit.
Third, the possession of all four controls
should induce you to adopt a more aggres
sive attitude than the count warrants. At
this point, I might break down with the
confession that my count tends to do a
slight fractional injustice to the ace. which
‘S not visible to the naked eye except when
all the aces come together.
Q. 2—As South you hold:
*52 <7 Q J 9 7 0 A 6 5 4 2 *73
The bidding has proceeded:
West North East South
3 * Dbl. Pass ?
What- do you bid?
A—This is a takeout double and the
choice lies between showing the diamonds .
and the hearts. Our choice is for the four
card major, which offers a better chance,
for game if partner can support it.
Q. 3—Opponent opens with one.
club and you hold:
♦ KQ10 3 K Q 6 3 OQJ10 2 *7
What do you bid?
A—Double You are a little light on
the honor trick side, but you have the
ideal distribution and strength in the
majors. Some action by you is obligatory
and it would be pointless for you to guess
what suit to bid.
Q. 4—As South you hold:
♦ A K 4 3 10 5 2 0 A 6 3 * Q 4 3
The bidding has proceeded:
North East South West
Pass Pass 1 * Pass
2 Pass ?
What do you hid now?
A.—With a passing partner, you should
abandon hope for game and play for what'
appears to be a comfortable part score. .
Q. 5—As South you hold:
♦ Q 10 9 3 <7AQ843 0 — *KQJ3
The bidding has proceeded:
East South West North •
Pass 1Dbl. Pass
2 * Pass 3 0 Pass
3 * Pass 4 * Pass
Pass ?
What do you bid now?
A.—There is very little doubt that you
can punish the four-spade contract and
there is consequently a strong temptation
to double. However, such action would
indicate a doubtful business acumen. West
has very probably supported his partner
with only two trumps. If he had held
three, it. is probable that he would have
supported his partner's jump response
rather than show his own minor suit. If
you double, West will very probably recon
sider his decision and go on in diamonds,
in which it* appears that he has great :
length. You have no assurance that you
can defeat a minor suit game. A pass in
order to obtain a sure profit is proper,
(Copyright, 1947, by Charles H. Goren.) .
Take My Word for k
By Frank Colby '
Some Matters of Pronunciation.
Overheard on a news commenta- .
tion: “The viv-ASH-uss Evita Pe
ron." The adjective vivacious, “live- :
ly, spirited, animated,” was useet ;
correctly, but the pronunciation Is :
not good usage. In standard Amer
ican, the first syllable rhymes with ■
“by, my." The "a" in the second: :
syllable Is long, as in “bay, day.” .
Better say: vy-VAY-shuss.
Overheard on a murder mystery-;
program: “She is Madame Salinai,!
the noted OCK-ul-tist.” Tire word*;
occultist, “one believed or professr ;
ing to have occult powers,” waff :
used correctly. The pronunciation 1
is erroneous. Both occult and oc- ;
cultist are correctly accented on th«
second syllable, thus: uh-KULT;
jh-KULT-ist. (Some speakers say
ih-KULT and ah-KULT-ist. This
is permissible, but neither should
be accented on the first syllable.)
The word “incognito,” “with the
dentity concealed,” always insists!!
bn coming out of my radio receive :
mg set as “in-kog-NEE-tuh.” The. :
recent should fall on the second syl-.
[able, and the last syllable should
rhyme with "hoe, woe," thus: in-.
Milwaukee: During the sum-”
mer's prolonged dry spell, I heard
‘drought" or "drouth" variously pro-,'
bounced in news broadcasts to;
rhyme with "bout,” “south” and
‘bought." What’s the good word,
Pancho?—R. P. M.
Answer: Both spellings, “drought"
and “drouth.” are correct. It’s a
natter of choice, although the spell
ing “drouth” seems to occur more
frequently in American usage.
There is no sanction for pronounc
ing either form to rhyme with
’bought.” The proper vowel sound
is “ou,” as in “rout, south’” Drought
is pronounced “drout.” Drouth is
pronounced “drouth.” The only dif
ference in the two words is that the
first ends with the sound of “t,” the
second ends with the sound of “th.”
Coshocton: Is the second syllable
bf “encylical,” “a papal letter,” pro
lounced “sick” or “sike”?—M. D. B’
Answer: Encyclical may be pro
lounced either en-SIK-ll-k'l or en
3Y-kli-k’l. I prefer the latter.
“Th'; CONDITIONAL use of was and
pvere is onp of grammar's chief trouble
makers," says Mr. Colby In his leaflet.
'’To obtain a copy, send S c-nts In coin*
[nri a stamped, self-addressed envelope
o FRANK COLBY carp Washington Star'
O. Box ftp. Station G. New York 1W.
4 Y
Copyright. The Bell Syndicate. Inc., 1947J
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s “bats.” “cats.” a-e not used. 3. Onl”
ne form of a word is used. 4. Proper
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