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adelphia Orchestra broadcast. Brahms' "Fourth
Symphony" completes the program.
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is played i{ its entirety with Anne Mcknight,
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and tha Collegiate Choral* taking tha vocal
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Star John Payne.
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leading role to "Apple Blossoms."
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Bandleader Tex Beneke.
TELEVISION STATIONS.
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Races. 3:50; Film Featurettes, 4:40; Pup
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tergood Baines.” 8; Press Club Stunt Party.
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WTTG (Channel 6).—Tsehailcowsky's
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Sports Association. 8:16: Film Shorts.
8:30: Press Club Stunt Party. 9; News,
110:30. _
WMAL-TT (Channel 7).—Jamaica Races.
8:46-4:46: Test Pattern. 7:15-7:46: Tele
vision Newt. 7:46; Film Features, 8; Press
Club Stunt Party. 9.
Goren on Bridge
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The bidding:
South. West. North. East.
1 club 1 spade 3 clubs 3 hearts
5 clubs Double Pass Pass
Opening lead, 10 of hearts.
Maneuvers commonly known as
“end plays” derive their name from
the circumstances that they occur
almost invariably near the end of
the hand at which point a defender
finds himself in a helpless position.
Such an expression as "early end
play” which on the surface would
appear to be a contradiction in
terms, is really not so, because by
common usage a player is said to
be "end played” when he finds It
impossible to lead without sacrific
ing a trick. Such a condition may
actually exist at the opening lead,
as would be the case, for example,
where the opening leader held all
four kings and declarer held the
major tenaces in every suit. In to
day's hand we have the phenomenon
of West being "end played” as early
as trick four and as though that
were not sufficient of a workout
he finds himself in the grip of an
other squeeze and end play later
in the deal.
West's over call of one spade was
somewhat irregular. I suppose he
had in mind to compete once more
with two diamonds should the ad
verse bidding cease at something
like two clubs. North’s Jump to
three clubs is a little short of the
textbook high card requirements,
but there was no other satisfactory
call open to him. If partner has
spades stopped North wishes to in
duce him to try for three no-trump
with six club tricks apparently to be
run. The other bids were more or
less normal.
west opened the 10 of hearts and
■prospects were not bright for de
clarer with four losers in sight. At
least one of these losers could be
avoided by forcing West into mak
iing a favorable lead. In order to
■accomplish this, declarer won the
first trick and immediately ruffed
the remaining heart. He entered
dummy with the ace of clubs and
i led the four of spades, playing thq
nine from his own hand. West won
with the jack and at trick four was
end played. There was no lead he
could make without sacrificing a
trick. He chose to lead a diamond
in the hope that partner had the
queen. This trick declarer took
with the 10. He then ran down all
the remaining trumps, retaining in
dummy two spades and a diamond
and in his own hand the lone king
of spades and the ace-queen of
diamonds. West, holding two spades
and two diamonds, found himself in
an impossible position. If he dis
posed of the' queen of spades, a
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7 a m. to Midnight
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4:55 to 11:05 p.m.
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spade lead would throw him In and
compel a lead Into the diamonds.
If he let go the Jack of diamonds,
declarer's ace-queen would both
be high.
(Copyrlsht, 1948. by Ch*rles H. Goren.)
Take My Word for It
By Frank Colby
Saturday Mailbox.
Pasadena—It has been my belief
that one does not add “s” to form
the plural of sausage, that It is cor
rect to ask for “one dozen sausage.”
Right?—M. T. McC.
Answer—Sorry, no. The correct
plural of sausage is sausages.
. Decatur—My child is in the third
grade. Her teacher has taught her
to pronounce "the” as "thee” and
“a” as “ay.” Is this right?—P. B.
Answer—The definite article “the”
has two pronunciations: (1) Before
a word beginning with a vowel
sound, pronounce it thee, as thee
egg, thee enemy, thee honor (the
“h” of honor is silent). (2) Before
a word beginning with a consonant
sound, pronounce it thuh, as, thuh
man, thuh child, thuh cat.
The indefinite article “a” is al
ways “uh" except in emphatic usage.
I should certainly not teach a child
to say "Ay man had ay dog and
ay cat.”
Adelanto—One of the high school
teachers tells my daughter to pro
_LEGAL NOTICES._
L. J. H. HERWIG, Attorney,
403 8th St. N.E.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States lor the District of Co
lumbia.—Filed Mareh is. 7948. Harry M.
Hull. Clerk.—June Wright, 4891 Mc
Arthur blvd.. Plaintiff, vs. William B
Wright, 2118 Minnesota ave s.e.. de
fendant, and Susie H Inseoe. 7116 Min
nesota ave. s.e.. and Wylodean Kelly,
1108 8th st. s.e.. Correspondents.—No.
4612-47.—The object of this suit is to
obtain an absolute divorce from the de
fendant on the around of adultery. On
the motion of the plaintiff, it is this
18th day of March. 1948, ordered that
the defendant. William B. Wright, and
the correspondents, Susie H. Inscoe and
Wylodean Kelly, cause their appearance
to be entered herein on or before the
fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays and,
legal holiday!, occurring after the day!
of the first publication of this order;
otherwise the cause will be proceeded with
as in case of default. Provided, a copy
of this order be published once a w*ek
for three successive weeks in the Wash
ington Law Reporter, and The Evening
Star before said day. (S i F. DICKIN
SON LETTS. Justice. Attest: HARRY M .
HULL, Clerk. By EDITH M. FOX. Deputy
Clerk._mt20.2Tapa_
BONNETT * BONNETT, 1406 G St. N.W.
Filed March 26, 1948. Harry M. Hull. Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States lor the District of Co
lumbia. — In Re Application of LOR
RAINE KLUSINSKE lor Change of Name
—Civil Action No. 1283-48.—LORRAINE
KLUSINSKE, having filed a complaint tor
a judgment changing her name to -LOR
RAINE KAYE, and having applied to the
Court for an order of publication of the
notice required by law in such cases, it is,
by the Court, this 25th day of March,
1948, Ordered that all persons concerned
show cause. If any there be, on or before
the 24th day of April, 1948. why the
prayers of said complaint should not be
granted: Provided, That a copy ol this
order be published once a week for three
consecutive weeks before said day in The
Evening Star and the Washington Law
Reporter. iS> F. DICKINSON LETTS,
Justice. (Seal.) A True Copy. Test.
HARRY M. HULL. Clerk. By EDITH M.
FOX. Deputy Clerk._mh27.ap3.10.
BARRETT QUIRK. Esq . Attorney,
1626 K St. N.W.
Filed April 2, 1948. Harry M Hull, Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Colum
bia.—In Re Application of Mildred Marie
Veidner For Change of Name. — Civil
Action No. 1353-'48.—Mildred Marie Weid
ner. having filed a complaint for a Judg
ment changing her name to Marie Mildred
Wetdner and having applied to the Court
for an order of publication of the notice
required by law in such cases it is,
by the Court, this 2nd day of April. 1948.
ORDERED that all oersons concerned show
ct use. if any there be, on or before the
1st day of May. 1948. why the prayers
of said complaint should not be granted:
Provided. That a coov of this order be
published once a week for three consecu
tive weeka before aald day In The Evening
Star and the Washington Law Reporter.
(S> BOLITHA J. UWS. Chief Justice.
iSeal ) A true copy. Test HARRY M HULL,
Clerk. By EDITH M. FOX, Deputy Clerk.
ap3.ln.17
CROSSTOWN
—By Roland Coe
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“You seem to be in good shape now, Tom—but I’d better
look you over again about the beginning of the fishing season—
a little trip would do us both good!”
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nounce retina (of the eye) as "nth
Tee-nuh.” Is that correct?—L* R,
E. S.
Answer—No dictionary known to
me sanctions any pronunciation but
RET-i-nuh. I should avoid the
second-syllable accent.
Hollywood—Recently I read in
a club bulletin: “This climate is
‘conductive’ to good health.” Please
comment.—Mrs. M. C. H.
Answer: Sorry, it’s incorrect. Con
ductive means “having the power of
conducting, as of electricity.” The
proper word is conducive, “favora
ble to; tending to promote,” pro
nounced kun-DU-siv.
Norfolk—How should one pro
nounce the word pajamas?— E. D.
Answer—Either puh-JAH-muzzor
puh-JAM-uzz. I rather think that
the first prevails in American usage.
Question—A radio announcer al
ways says ‘'awr-KESS-truh’’ for or
chestra. That's wrong, isn’t it?—
Reader.
Answer—Yes. Correct: AWR-kess
truh. But orchestral is awr-KESS
tr’L
Mr. Colby’, leaflet, C-1P. explains all
about the obscured vowels in English, and
shows you how to read the obscured
vowel symbols in your dictionary of what
ever make. For a copy send ft cents in
com and a stamped, self-addressed en
velope to him in care of Washington 8tar,
P. O. Box 99, Station G, New York 19,
N. Y.
(Copyright, 1948, the Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
_AUCTION SALES.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, auctioneer!,
433 Southern Building.—Trustees' Bale
of Valuable three-story row-brick dwelling,
known as Premises No. til; 1 New Jersey
Aienue. Northwest.—By virtue of a cer
tain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber
No. 8200, Polio S3 et seq.. of the land
records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request oi the party secured there
by, the undersigned trustees will sell, at
public auction in front of the premises,
on iuesaay the Hth day oi April A.D.
1948, at 4 o clock p.m., the followint
descrioed land and premises, situate In
the District of Columbia, and designated
as and being Lot 73 in Johnson s sub
division of lots in 8ouare 626, as per
pint recorded in the Office of the Surveyor
for the District of Columbia in L'ber 21
at folto 66. Terms: 3old subject to a
prior building association deed of trust
for $3,807.06, further particular! of
which will be announced at time of sale,
the purchase price above said trust to
be paid In cash A deposit of $500.00
required. Conveyancing, revenue stamps,
recording, etc., at purchaser s cost. All
adjustments to be made as of day of sale
Teims to be complied with within thirty
days, otherwise deposit forfeited and re
sold at the discretion of the truatees.
HERMAN MILLER. PRANK PARONI,
Tivstees.__mh.26.29,31, ap3,5._
THOS. j. OWEN ft SON. auctioneers, 435
Southern Buildlng-*-Trustees sale of valu
able 3-story semidetached brick dwelling,
known as premises No. 1407 Belmont !t.
n.w. By virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated April 24. 1947, being Instrument
No. 18593, recorded April 29. 1947, among
the land records of the District of Co
lumbia, and at the request of the party
secured thereby, Ihe undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction in front of
the premises, on Tuesday, the 6th day of
April. A.D. 1948 at 4416 p.m., the follow
ing-described land and premises, situate
In the District of Columbia, and desig
nated as and being Lot 102, in Palmer's
subdivision of lots in "Craven Terrace.” as
Der plat recorded in the Office of the Sur
veyor for ihe District of Columbia. In
LibeT County 6, at Folio 82 Said prop
erty now known as Lot 162 in Square
*661; subject to right of way for alley
purposes over the rear or north 3 feet
of said Lot 102 and Lot 10.3 in said sub
division for the use and benefit of Lot
99 in said subdivision; subject to coven
ants of reeord. Terms: Sold subject to
a prior building association deed oi trust
for approximately $7.198 56, further par
ticulars of which will be announced at
time of sale; the purchase price above
said trust to be paid as follows: Fifteen
hundred dollars cash, balance In promis
sory notes secured on the property, pay
able $60 per month, including Interest
at the rate of 6 per cent. All adjustments
to be made as of the day of sale A
deposit of $500 required. Conveyancing,
recording, revenue stamps, etc., at pur
chasers cost. Terms to be compiled
with within 30 days, otherwise deposit
forfeited and the property mav be ad
vertised and resold at the discretion of
the trustees. S P. NICHOLS. FRANK
PARONI trustees._mh26.2fl.31 ap3.5 _
THOS. J. OWF.N ft SON, auctioneers.
♦ 35 Southern Building—Trustees' 8ale of
Valuable chree-story row-brick dwelling,
known as premises No. 1408 Belmont
Street. Northwest. By virtue of a certain
deed of trust dated April 18. 1947, being
Instrument No. 17565, recorded April
22, 1947. among the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at the
request of the parly secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will sell, at public
aution in front of the premises, on Tues
day the 6th day of April A.D 1948,
at 4 45 o'tlock p.m., the following
described land and premises, situate In
the District of Columbia, end designated
as and being parts of Lots 4 and 5 in
the subdivision of "South Grounds ol
Columbia College.” as per plat recorded
in the Office of the Surveyor for the
Dist'lct of Columbia In Liber District 1
at folio 76. and being more particularly
described by metes and bounds in said
deed of trust. Subject to right of way
over the rear three feet by the width ol
said parcel. 8aid propel ty being now
known for purposes at assessment and
taxation as Lot 843 in Square 2666 Sub
ject to covenants of record. Terms:
Sold subject to a prior building associa
tion deed of trust for approximately
$7,198.00 further particulars of which
will be announced at time of sale; the pur
chase price above said trust to be paid
as follows Fifteen hundred dollars cash
balance In promissory notes secured on
the property, payable sixty dollars per
month including interest at the rate of
six per cent. All adjustments to be made
as of the day of sale Deposit of $500 no
required. Conveyancing, recording, reve
nue stamps, etc... at purchaser'i cost.
Terms to be complied with within thirty
days, otherwise deposit forfeited and
the property may be advertised and
resold et the discretion of the trustees
S P. NICHOLS. FRANK PARONI. Trus
tees. mh26.29.31.ao3,6
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON, auctioneers, 436
Southern Building.—Trustees’ sale of Val
uable 2-storv and basement, semidetached
brick dwelling, know as premises No. 1332
22nd at. n.w. By virtue of a certain deed
of trust duly recorded. In Liber No. 8390.
Folio 599 et seo of the land records of
the District of Columbia, and at the re
quest of the oarty secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will sell, at public
auction In front of the premises, on
Friday, the 9th day of April. AD. 1948
at 4 o'clock p m . the following-described
land and premises, situate in the District
of Columbia, and designated as and being
Lot 46 in Charles W. Botsch’s subdivision
of Lot 17 in Square 49, as per plat re
corded In the Office of the Surveyor for
the District of Columbia In Liber 85. at
Folio 119. Terms Sold subject to a
prior building association deed of trust
for approximately $8,572.57, further par
ticulars of which will be announced at
time of sale; the purchase price above said
trust to be paid In cash. A deposit of
$500 required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc. at purchaser’s cost. Terms to be
-emptied with within 30 days, otherwise
deposit forfeited and the property may
be advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of the trustee!. MARY E BELL.
iubftltuMd trustea In Civil Action No.
1137-48. mh30.spl,3,6.8.
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON, auctioneers,
—Trustee's sa e of restaurant and Oar
furnishings and equipment, contained In
Stage Door Restaurant, No. 1504 14th
st. n.w. Default having occurred In th;
pe.ymer.t of certain obligations mentioned
in Chattel Deed of Trust, dated Septem
ber 2:1. 1047. the undersigned Trustee
will sell by public auction at the above
mentioned premises on Wednesday. April
7, 194S. at 2 o'c ock pm.: Booths, back
bar and counter. Silex coffee brewer, water
cooler. National cash register, radio, type
writer. exhaust fans. White refrigerator,
toaster, steam table, gink, water heater,
gas range, hdod. grease trap, meta! table,
shelving, S'SIce box. draught beer system,
utensils, chins, glass, platedware, etc;
also equity in air-conditioning unit.
Terms: Cash. BENJAMIN L. BERMAN.
Trustee. JACOB N. HALPER. Attorney for
Party Secured. Investment Building.
ap.3.5.6.__
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, auctioneers. 4^5
Southern Building—Trustees' sale of valu
able 3-story end basement stone dwelling,
located at 2111 "S ' st. n.w . Washington,
D. C. By virtue of a certain deed of
trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 8322,
Folio 21 et seq . of the land records of
the District of Columbia, and at th#
request of the party secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will sell, at public
auction In front of the premises, on Tues
day the 6th dar of April. A D. 1948. at
2:30 pm, the following-described land
and premises, situate In the District of
Columbia, and designated as and being Lot
numbered Forty-four (44) in James S
Mclllhenny s subdivision of lots in Block
Two (2), "Connecticut Avenue Heights.”
as per nlst recorded in Liber County No.
ill. Folio 27. of the records of the Offlce
I of the Surveyor for the District of Co
lumbia. now known for purposes of assess
ment and taxation as Lot numbered Forty
four (44) In Square numbered Twenty-five
Hundred and Thirty-two (2530). Terms:'
Sold subject to a prior deed of trust for
$14,377.91. further particulars of which
will be announced at time of sale: the pur
chase price above said trust to be paid In
cash. A deposit of $1,000 required. Con
veyancing. recording, etc . at purchaser *
cost. Terms to be compiled with within
fifteen (15) days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be advertised
‘and resold at the discretion of the trustees.
JAME8 T. KNIGHT, CARLTON U. TREX
LER. trustees. mh24.27.30,apl.3.
ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON. auctioneers
—Trustees sale of valuable two-story
semidetached brick dwelling known as 130
Fifty-third st. s.e. By virtue of a deed
of trust recorded June 10, 1947, as In
strument No. 25044. one of the lantk
records of the District of Columbia, and
at, the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustee will offer
for sale by public auction in front of the
premises on Monday, April 12, 1948. at
4 o'clock pm . the following described
property in the District of Columbia, to
wit: Lot numbered Fifty-four (54) In
Square numoered Fifty-three Hundred and
Five '53951 in the Home Construction
Corporation's subdivision of lots in Block
numbered Fourteen (141 "Marshall." 11
per plat recorded In the Offlce of the
Surveyor for the District of Columbia In
199 at folio 177; subject to the
building restriction line as shown on said
plat, and to the agreement set forth
thereon not to build outside of the build
ing restriction line. Terms of sale' The
purchaser will be required to make a
deposit of $500.00 at time of sale, balance
to be paid ail cash or in reasonable
amounts, which terms will be announced
at the sale: deferred amounta to tear
■nterest at per annum. Examination
of title, conveyancing, recording, revenue
stamps, etc . at cost of purchaser. Terms
to be complied with within thirty day*
from day of sale, otherwise trustee re
serves the right to resell property at risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser after
five days advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper pub'Uhed in Washington.
D. C , or deposit may be forfeited. AMER
ICAN SECURITY AND TRUST COMPANY,
Truatee By WM L. BEALE, Vice Presi
dent. Attest: JOHN R. NEALE. Uststanl
Secretary. (Seal.t apl.3.6,8.10
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