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AUTOS FOR SALE (Cont.)
LINCOLN 1947. green finish, equip
with radio, heater, overdrive; this
beautiful car is tn top cond
throughout and priced to sell for
only *1.795: 30-day guar. MAY
FLOWER MOTORS. INC., 1125 15th
st. n.w.. RE. 0303. —3
MERCURY 1949 club coupe, low mile
age and equip, for only *1.995.
GRADY MOTOR CO . Llncoln-Mer
cury Dealers. 7809 Wis. ave., OL.
7400. —3
MERCURY 1940 2-dr. sed.; r. and h ;
newly painted green with red wheels;
Rood eond.; will sacrifice for *845:
will take notes or will trade lor
trust note. OWNER, DU. 4707 eves.
MERCURY 1949 sedan coupe, gor
geous Dakota gray, loaded with
extras, low mileage, new-car appear
ance; this popular car Is selling for
onlv *2.195; 30-day guar. MAY
FLOWER MOTORS, 1126 15th st.
n.w.. RE 0303. —3
MERCURY 1947 4-door sedan; r and
h.. *1.495. written guarantee; 24
mos to pay. ALEXANDRIA NASH
CORP.. 1705 Mt. Vernon ave., Alex.,
Va. Open eves, until 9. AL. 2330.
MERCURY 47 4-dr. sed : beige fin
ish; 12.000 mi.; *1.195. 21 tnos. to
pay. COOPER MOTORS, 5100 Wis.
ave., WO. 2000. —3
MERCURY 1948 convertible club
cpe.; radio, heater, w.s.-w. tires;
*1.325. Phone TE. 8729. —3
MERCURY 1948 conv coupe; low
mileage, good tires, excel, cond.,
like new; *1.895, accept trade.
DEALER. OT 9398. —1
MERCERY 1941 club coupe r. and
h . seat covers, new paint and tires;
$745. CALL CARL MOTORS. 5949
Oa. ave OE 3718.
MERCURY 1941 sedan: r and h.
good tires and general cond. *795;
accept trade. DEALER. OT. 9398.
NASH '47 club coupe, fully eauip.,
top cond.; $1,195. GRADY MO
TORS CO . Lmeoln-Mercury Dealer,
781*9 Wis. ave., OL. 7400. —3
NASH 1948 ■■HoO" sedan; r. and h.
and original blue finish. A bar
gain at *965. KENYON-PECK
CHEVROLET, 3041 Lee hwy., CH.
9003. —2
NASH 1941 4-dr. "BOO" sedan: fine
appear, r. and h.; excel cond.;
*575 or best offer. TU. 0288. 3*
NASH '38 4-dr. *300: radio, heater,
new tires, good condiiton. UN
Nash" 193S 4-dr. 6-cyl.: an excel
lent machine In fine mech. cond.
at only $175. WILLIAMS A BAKER
(Nash), 2819 M st. n.w., HO. 8700.
NASH 1947 4-dr. Ambassador; every
extra, this immaculate machine Is
the cleanest used car to be found
anywhere. Inspect and you will
agree. Guar at onlv $t.350 See
It at WILLIAMS A' BAKER (Nash).
2819 M st. n.w . HO. 87 00. —1
NASH 1948 "000" 4-dr . r. and h
a great buy in a fine economical
automobile; *995 guar, WILLIAMS
A BAKER (Nash), 2819 M st. n.w.,
RO. 8700. —1
OLDS 47 4-dr. blk sed : r and h :
Hydra-Ma.ic drive, w w. tires; 1
owner, minister* car; *1,450 GF
0720. —I .
OLDS 1948 “7S" sedan; ong. black
snd interior like new: r. and h.;
Hydra-Matic: one owner: low nil..
*1.295: cash. trade or terms.
WOLFE MOTORS, 12th and K sts
n w . EX. 5582. —2
OLDS 1948 Futuramlc convert. 1981;
red with black top. r. and h.. w.-w.
tires, undercoat, sootlight and other
extras; low mileage; $3,275 or best
offer. Whitehall 0007. —3
OLDS 1948 “6 ' sedanette; r. and h .
Hvdra-Matic, spotless throughout;
*1.250. cash. trade or terms
WOLFE MOTORS, 12th and K sts.
n.w . EX. 6582. —2 j
OLD* 1948 ••»*•• 4-dr sed : r„ h.
Hydra-Matic. w.w. tires, black fin
ish; A-l cond. throughout: *1,295,
terms HOYLE MOTOR SALES. 1.345 1
Que st. n.w.. DU. 8300. —1
OLDSMOBILE 1938 4-dr. In very
good cond. throughout, good transp.:
for only *245. GRADY MOTOR
CO . Lincoln-Mercury Dealer, 7809
Wis. ave., OL. 7400. —3 j
OLDSMOBILE 1941 conv ; r and h
seat covers, good motor and top; I
*700. NO. 4073. —3 j
OLDSMOBILE 1938 2-dr. sedan; ;
newly painted, gray; good mech.
cond.; radio, heater; $200. BA.
0036 after 6 p.m. 1343 Montague,
st. n w . BOB LONG —3 1
OLDSMOBILE 1942 "66" sedaneite.
2-tone gray and black; radio, heal
er seat covers, Hydra-Matic drive;;
this popular car is very clean and
sells for only $895; 30-day guar
MAYFLOWER MOTORS, 1125 15th
st. n.w.. RE. 0303. —3 |
OLDSMOBILE 1940 conv. coupe. 1
owner car. excel, top; sale price
$695 TOWN & COUNTRY MO
TORS, 5336 Wis. ave. n.w.. OR.
OloO. —1
OLDSMOBILE 1948 ‘•68" club coupe;
r. and h., plastic seat covers; excel. <
cond.: $1,800. JO, 3-68.37. 1’
OLDSMOBILE 1936 4-door sedan;
79,000 ml., motor recently over
hauled. r. and h., tip-top shape,
*400. Phone DE 6464 —1
OLDSMOBILE 1942 town sedan;
beautiful gray finish, radio, heater,
seat covers; $745 LEE D. BUT
LER. INC., 1121 21st at. n.w.. DI.
Olio. —1
PACKARD 1947 Clipper; 2-tone gray;
r and h.. seat covera; $1,350. CEN
TRAL MOTOR CO. (Kaiser-Fiaier;
dealers!. 3200 Lee Rwy., Arl., Va„
CH. 7000. —1 I
PACKARD 1939 4-dr.; excel, tirei. fins
motor, 6-cyl.; orig, blk. paint, new
seat sovera. r. and h.; only $425
Phone eves.. DU. 4767.
PACKARD 1936 4-door ‘T20’’; a
good solid car. excel, transgi.; $95.
TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS.
5336 Wls. ave. n.w.. OR. 0100
PACKARD 1937 sedan: r. and h ,
orig finish, mech, o k.: $249 |
A. * S. MOTOR SALKB. 46T5 14th
st. n.w. —1
PACKARD '46 Cllppsr sedan: fine 8
eyl. motor; r. and h., and overdrive;
perfect blue finish; spotless Interior;
A-l cond. throughout; $1,295; guar.;
and terms. TRIANGLE MOTORS.;
3010 R. I. sve. n e . DE. 6304. —3
PACKARD ‘49 de luxe "8" 4-dr. sed.;
overdrive, r. and h.. w.w tires,
orig. sold for $3,175; low mileage:
will sell for $2,595. TR 4194 —3
PACKARD 1842 Clipper sedan ‘‘120.t’i
a beautiful modern streamlined car.
■ray finish, blue seat covers, r. and
n . good tires and fins mech cond :
$945. terms and guar. TRIANGLE
MOTORS, 1333 R. I. ave. n.t.. CO.
0882. —3
PACKARD 1940 2-dr. modtl "HO";
very clean. Lifeguard tubes; $675.
LEE £>. BUTLKR. INC., 1121 21st
st o w.. DI. 0110. —1
PACKARD 1946 Clipper 4-dr.; radio,
heater, overdrive; new-car eond.;
$1,495. GRADY MOTOR CO., Lln
coln-Mercury Dealer, 7809 Wls. ava.,
OL. 7400. —3 -
PACKARD 1940 “1*0” 4-dx. sedan;
r, h., seat covers; good condition;
$495. UN. 7148 or TO. 4810. 2*
PACKARD 1942 Super Clipper; fully
equipped, beautiful orig. finish, this
machine represents the finest of
great motor cars. If you want the
Best at a reasonable price, you’ll buy
this immaculate beauty; only $895
guaranteed. WILLIAMS & BAKER
(Nash), 2819 M st. n.w., HO. 8700.
— 1
PLYMOUTH 1947 Special de luxe
4-door sedan: r. and h,. new tires,
very clean: $1,375. See Mr. Bodine,
RANDALL MOTORS. INC. (Chrysler
Plymouth Dealer) 17th and M su.
n.w. EX 4800. —1
PLYMOITH 1940 2-door sedan; im
maculate; low mileage; $825. FLOOD
PONTIAC CO.. 4221 Conn, ave.,
WO 8400 —16
PLYMOUTH 1940 2-dr. sedan, orig.
blsck finish, good transportation;
only $495. trade or terms. KIRK
MOTOR CO., 4000 Ga. ave. TA.
4800. —1
PLYMOUTH 1940 sedan; priced to
sell for $395. Also 1939 Plymouth
sedan. $295. and a 1936 Plymouth
for $195. Any of these can be
financed with Vs down. bal. in
small payments. Take your pick,
but come early because they won't
last long. MT. RAINIER MOTORS,
3212 R I ave. WA. 2041. —2
PLYMOUTH ’36 business coupe:
splendid running cond ; passed in
spection: $175. FA. 6519. —4
PLYMOUTH 19.39 blue 2-door sedan:
radio and heater; $425. OWNER,
TO 63.36 after 5 pm. —l
PLYMOUTH 1941 bus. coupe Spec,
de luxe; orig. owner; r. and h.
new paint and tires; $695. AP.
0002. —1
PLYMOUTH 1939 4-door sedan; a
good car at a wholesale price of
$295. KENYON-PEOK CHEVROLET
.3041 Lee hwy , CH. 9003. —2
PLYMOUTH 1940 sedan; excel,
transp. and a real buy at $.395
TOWN & COUNTRY MOTORS.
5336 Wls. ave n.w. OR 0100. —1
PLYMOUTH 37 coupe; engine In 1st
class condition: new wiring; good
tires: pvt. owner, $270 cash. Phone
RA 2952 —2
PLYMOUTH '88 4-<Jr. sedan: good
mech. cond., $225 cash. Call TA
7063 —1
PLYMOUTH 1947 Spec de luxe 2-dr .;
radio, wheel discs and other extras;
a beautiful low-mileage car in peri,
cond.: a real value In a late model
car: *1.345. McNEIL MOTORS.
INC., 4034 Wls. ave. n.w., EM. 728*3.
PLYMOUTH 1937: private owner:
$1 SO. After 6 Fri., C. B. BRITTON.
2224 F St. n.w. —2
PLYMOUTH 1939 2-dr.: 1 owner:
orig. paint: low ml.; $395. GE.
4038. DEALER
PLYMOUTH 1942 4-dr. aedan; un
usual buy; titled 1948; r. and h.;
$850 or best offar AP. 1240.
PLYMOUTH 1934 coupe; motor re
cently overhauled: good heater, clean
upholstery, cushioned rumble seat,
good tires; bargain. $95 TOWN
AND COUNTRY MOTOR*. 5336 Wis
ave. n.w . OR. OIOO.
PLYMOUTH 1942 club coupe; pri
vately owned since new; In very
good condition: $700. BUCK
LAUER8 SERVICE STATION, Maine
ave and M sts a.w.. ME. 9889. —2
PLYMOUTH 1948 4-dr. eedan: heat
er: good, clean condition: original
owner: *1,050. OW. 7807. —3
PLYMOUTH '37 4-dr. sedan: *175
or best offer; will trade same for
pane! truck. AD. 5878. ■—S
PLYMOUTH '40 club coupe; heater:
excel mech. cond.; $300. LI.
3-2677.
PLYMOUTH 1942 2-dr. Spec, de 1.
sed ; r. and h.; orlg. owner: motor
in excel cond. A real bargain for
$7.30 or best offer. OR. 18b4. —2
PLYMOUTH 1941 de luxe 2-dr.; white
wall tires, r. and h.; excel, cond.;
*6,30. OW. 2011.
PLYMOUTH 1941 Spec de luxe 2-dr.
sed ; top cond . new motor, r and h ,
seat covers, direction lights; *700.
Call AX. 8510 Fri or Sat. —2
PLYMOUTH '46 special de luxe 2-dr.;
A and h.; gray finish; everything
about this car Is top duality. $1,245; ;
guar and terms. TRIANGLE MO-[
TORS. 3010 R. I. ave. n.e.. DE. 1
6304 —3
PLYMOUTH 1941 club eoupe; attrae
even; very coed motor and tires; i
end h.; >650; caah. trade or I
terms. WOLFE MOTORS, 12th and
K 1U a.w.. XX. 566*. —S
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
rtTMOITTH 1B47 gptcltl de luxe club
coupe, spotless interior, black finish,
i very fine tires: excel, mech. cond.;
truly a bargain for •‘-95; guar,
and terms. TRIANOLB MOTORS
1333 R. I. ave n.e., CO. 08*2. —3
PLYMOUTH 1941 Special de luxe se
dan. sparkling blue finish; clean new
seat covers; tiptop condition $765;
guar and terms. TRIANGLE MO
TORS. 3010 R. I. ave. n.e., DE.
6304. . —3
PLYMOUTH 1939 2-dr. todays spe
cial bargain at $396. terms. This is
trulv a good car. Come, drive it
and see for yourself. TRIANGLE
MOTORS, 1333 R. I. ave. n.e.. CO.
0*82. —3
PLYMOUTH 1939 2-door de luxe:
orig. sreen finish, excel, cond . good
tires, heater anc seat covers. $450 or
best offer Cal! OL. 2053. - 3
PLYMOUTH 1941 taxicab: owner
driven. Diamond colors; 47 motors
excellent cond $400. FR. 6569. 10
a m. to 2 p.m. —3
PLYMOUTH 1937 club coupe, r. and
h.; new upholstery and paint; mo
tor in A-i cond.; $250. AL. 94 73.
—1
PONTIAC 1937 2-dr.: mech. good,, ex
; cel. transp.: bargain. $150. TOWN
! & COUNTRY MOTORS, 5336 Wis.
ave n w. OR 01OO. —1
PONTIAC u»40 5-passenger coupe;
original black finish and good rub
ber; an exceptional value at $395
KENYON-PECtC CHEVROLET, 3041
Lee hwy., CH. 9003. -—2
PONTIAC 1940 conv. coupe; r. and
h.; new too: motor overhauled
$700 CO. 5206. , • —-l
PONTIAC 1946 streamliiier sedanette.
original black finish, new. r. and
h : motor and tires perfect; abso
lutely immaculate throughout, a
one owner, low mileage car: real
bargain. $1,295; terms, trade and
24 months. MONTGOMERY STUBBS
MOTORS INC (Lincoln. Mercury
dealer). 1200 East-West hky.. SH.
*040 —3
PONTIAC 1946 Torpedo 4-door se
dan; htr., seat cvrs ; clean. $1,250.
GE 2*50 —1
PONTIAC 41 6 2-dr.: standard black.
! radio and heater; pvt. owner $650.
After 6.30 pm., Gaithersburg
561-^-12. —3
PONTIAC 1947 “8“ sedan, black, r.
and h ; many other extras: new-car
| cond : low mi ; 1 owner. $1,395;
cash, trade or terms WOLFE MO
TORS, 12th and K sts. n.w , EX.
5662. —2
PONTIAC 1947 Streamjiner “8 ’ se
dan: all extras, 1 owner; spotless
; throughout, $1,495: cash trade or
: terms WOLFE MOTORS. 12th and
K sts. n.w . EX. 5562. —2
PONTIAC 1947 sedanette: a
, beautiful low-mi. car. fully equip
ped and perf. cond Inspection
| guar.: ^ down, low mo. payments
Specially priced to sell at only
I $1,395, MT. RAINIER MOTORS.
' 3212 R. 1 ave. WA. 2(>41. —2
PONTIAC J 94 1 de luxe Torpedo 4-dr. :
this car has ’47 motor, r and h.,
seat covers; will sacrifice for quick
sale: $645 McCOY MOTORS. INC.,
2539 Pa. ave. s e . TR. 9732 —2
PONTIAC 1941 club coupe, h. very
clean, mech. perf $750. OWNER,
no dealers. SH. 7167. 3*
PONTIAC 1939 2-dr. sedan: black;
good cond.: just passed inspection;
only $425, $150 down. CH. 6*49.
—3
PONTIAC ’46 sed.; very good cond.:
fully equip; black orig finish Priced
to sell. $1,145. BRENTWOOD MO
TOR CO. INC., 1717 R. I. ave
n.e. DU. 81**. —3
PONTIAC 1939 4-dr de luxe, blk .
r and h., goexi cond., $495. CO
,8300.
PONTIAC 1940 4-dr. de luxe, radio
and heater, excellent cond.; $565.
JE 3-8350. —3
PONTIAC 1947 “straight 8“ station
wagon; A-l cond . 1 owner, low
mi . gray finish, radio, heater, other
accessories; $1,695 LEE D. BUT
LER. INC. 1121 21st st. n.w.. DI.
0110. —1
PONTIAC 1949 convert : cream color,
r. and h.. w s.w. tires, 5.000 miles,
all accessories; price. $2,395. Call
CO 6*77 after 7 pm. or all day
Sunday. -—3
PONTIAC 1940 4-dr., orig. bik nnish
and in very fine cond. throughout,
plenty of miles left In this one for.
only $595: 3o-day guar MAY
FLOWER MOTORS. INC., 1125 15th
st n.w RE 0303. —3
PONTIAC 47 conv.: completely
equip . new top. new custom seat.
covers; excel, care; $1,795. TE.
1356 —2
PONTIAC 1947 de luxe convertible1
coupe, r . h . beautiful paint ana
top. orig. tires: 14.ooo actual miles;!
1 owner: $1,545. trade or terms. |
KIRK MOTOR CO., 4000 Ga. ave.*
TA. 4800. —1
PONTIAC 1942 black sport coupe
cleanest car in town; from original,
owner. 33.000 miles: new tires.;
heater and seat covers: always ga
raged: never scratched: a real buy
at $995. Call Mr. Lawrence. RE.
6946: after 5 p m , VI. 0894. —1
PONTIAC 1948 de luxe 4-door sedan.!
8-cyl., Hydra-Matic. radio, heater;;
many other extras: low mileage.
Famous Arcade-Pontiac guarantee;,
$1,950. ARCADE PONTIAC CO.
1437 Irving st. n.w.. AD. 8500—2
PONTIAC 1948 convertible: driven
only 4.000 miles; like new; many
extras; new-car guarantee; sold few
months ago at $2,800. Price $2.250.1
ARCADE PONTIAC CO.. 1437 Irving
at. n.w.. AD. 8500. —2 j
PONTIAC 1948 station wagon 8-cyl . i
Hydra-Matic: low mileage; radio,
heater; many other extras; new-car
guarantee; $2,050. ARCADE PON
TIAC CO.. 1437 Irving st. n.w . AD
8500 —2 j
STUDEBAKER 1948 4-dr. sedan: o.d.J
radio, w.-w. tires, turn signals, hill*
holder, other extras; 7.000 mi ; one I
owner; cdst $2,152, sell $1,825. FA.
5987. •
STUDEBAKER 1940 Champion 4-dr.
aed.; pries. $300. Phone OL. 8490.
—1
STUDEBAKER ’48 Champion eon
vert.; all access UN. 7664 or UN.
9802 after ft. Price $1,925. —2
STUDEBAKER ’48 Com. conv.; r. and!
h.; o d : all acres.; green, black
top; 13,000 ml.; excel cond . $1,995.
Examine it at BELL MOTORS, 6010
Wis ave.. or call WO. 8900. —3
STUDEBAKER 1948 Champion conv.
cpe ; radio, climatixer. overdrive,
w.w. tires and other extras; a one
owner car with 8.000 actual miles.
A real value for $1,995. McNEIL
MOTOR8. 1418 P st. n.w., CO. 2153. j
—1
STUDEBAKER 1948 Commander*
convertible club coupe: a beautiful i
j Highland Mist green, overdrive, j
i climatixer, radio, spotlight, white-j
wall tires, a 1-owner car. famous
Butler Bond goes with this one; '
$2,195. LEE D. BUTLER. INC,*
1121 21st st. n.w., DI. Olio. —l
STUDEBAKER 1947 Commander
business cpe.; seats 5; 2 spares,
chest, climatixer. built-in bed. win
dow screens: only 12.000 miles: like
new. $1,800 cash. HO. 4166. —5
STUDEBAKER 1947 Champion 4-dr
sedan Regal de luxe; maroon finish,
overdrive, climatixer. radio, seat
covers, a beauty: *1,495. LEE D.
BUTLER. INC., 1121 21st st. n.w.,
DI 0110 —1
i STUDEBAKER 1937 Dictator 2-door,
i good condition: $276. No phone.
226 Portland st. s.e. 2*
STUDEBAKER 1948 Champion cpe :
j Bahama blue finish, Climatixer. I
j owner car; $1,495. LEE D. BUT
LER. INC., 1121 21st st. n.w.. DI.
1 $110. —1
STI DERAKER 1947 4-dr. sedan:
i heater; overdrive; $1,395. 1947,
conv. cpe.. $1,595: 1948 conv. cpe..
‘ $1,995 TR. 9474. METROPOLI
TAN MOTORS. N. Y. ave. and
Bladensburg rd.
STUDEBAKER 1943 Commander
club cpe; radio, seat covers, over-:
drive; 1 owner: two-tone finish:
excel, cond ; *695. terms. HOYLE
MOTOR SALES. 1345 Oue st. n.w. j
DU. 830(1. —1
STUDEBAKER 1949 Land Cruiser:
6,000 actual miles, like new: $2,195
or best reas. offer. Call HI. 5441:
after 6 p,m. —3
WTLI.YS 1948 station wagon; good
condition: $1,350 or best offer.
AX. 8300. Ext. 647.
WILEYS JEEPSTER 1949; beautiful
maroon finish, radio, heater, over
drive. actual 5.000 mi.; lika new;
*1,565 LEE D, BUTLER. INC..
! 1121 21st st. n w . DI. jfl (i —1
16 BUICK sedanett*. 22,000
ml. *1,595
’47 Chev conv , 16,000 ml. 1.595
'41 De Soto town sedan . 695
I ’40 Plymouth club couna __ 495:
'34 Ford conv. _ 1951
*35 Ford pane! truck . 125
THOMAS MOTOR CO.. 1137 East
West hwy., Silvar Spring. Md.. 8H.
4301.—8
CHEV. ’47 Fleetltna; 2-tone, imali
down payment; *1,095.
MILLS MOTORS
1 3300 M at. K.W., AD. 4900. —2
PONTIAC ’40. This car will satisfy
you. *495,
MILLS MOTORS
_3300 M 8t. NW. AD 4900. —8
CHEVROLET 1940 coupe Fleetline;
i 2 tone with R mi.; $1,745.
MILLS MOTORS
_3300 M »t. n.w AD 4900. —2
Bl'ICK 1949 conv. Dynaflow. Thi»
car is $700 under list and is baby
blue; *5.890.
MILLS MOTORS
3300 M st. n.w.. AD. 4900. —2
DODGE 1938; a car that is cheap
and good running; $195.
MILLS MOTORS
_3300 M st. n.w.. AD. 490Q. —2
CHEVROLET 1940 2-dr. sedan; good
running cond ; $495.
MILLS MOTORS
3300 M st. n.w.. AD. 4900, —2
FORD 194" convertible: best eonver
tlble buy In town, $1,295; trade or
terms. See
JACK PRY
before you buy, 14th and Pa. s.e.
___—3
STCDKBAKER 1941 Champion epe,;
motor fust overhauled; car should
be painted, but will sell as Is for
only •*445. Best buy today. See
JACK PRY
Before you buy. 14th and Pa. s.e.
—3
Bl'ICK 1942 Super 4-dr sedan; fin
est car wa ve had since the end
of the war. See It. you’ll buy it.
Only $945. This Is not a blackout
model. See
JACK PRY
Before you buy, 14th and Pa. a.e.
_ —3
CHEVROLET 1937 coupe; really
looks and runs fine; $195. See
JACK PRY
Before you buy. 14th and Fa. e.e.
CHEVROLET 1941 2-dr. sedan: excel,
cond.; terms and trade. $695 See
JACK PRY
Before you buy. 14th and Pa. * e,
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
WASH. AUTO AUCTION
Registry fee, $5. Sale every Friday,
fl p.m , rain or ehine. IjOtg of out
of-town buyers. Register early from
Mon. on. Just west of Georgia ave.
In heart of Silver Sprng.
Original Wash. Auto Auction
8513 Colesvllle Rd. SH. 4400_
1948 AUSTIN—$1,050
14-dr. sedan: feather gray; beautiful!
leather Interior: 40 ml p. k.
BELL MOTORS
5010 Wls. Ave. N.W.. WO^HJIOO —2 I
’47 CHEVROLET, $1,095
2-dr. Town sedan; fully equip., guar
anteed perfect, low monthly pay
ments.
BELL MOTORS
5010 Wls Ave N W.,_WO. 8000. —2
’42 FORD, $795
Super de luxe club coupe: radio and
heater; guaranteed perfect; cash,
trade or terms.
BELL MOTORS
| 501 0 Wls. Ave. N.W.. WO. *8900. —2
46 CADILLAC, $1,895
“62'' sedan: 1 owner; low mileaga:
compl. equip ; perf. throughout; a
real automobile.
BELL MOTORS
*5010 Wls. Ave. NW. WO, 8900 —2
’47 CHRYSLER, $1,695
Windsor sedan; fully equip.; low
j mileage; Air-Ride tires; gleaming
; black finish.
BELL MOTORS
; 5010 Wls Ave N.W MVO 8900. —2
46 FORD, $895
Super de luxe *•8'’ Tudor sedan; fully
equip.: perf. cond.; low monthly
payments.
BELL MOTORS
: 501 O Wis. Ave.^N.W . WO. 8900. —?
'47 FORD OONV., $1,395
Brand-new top: fully equip ; low
mileage; like new; Iowr monthly pay
ments.
BELL MOTORS
501 0 Wis. Ave. NW. WO. kililO _2
’49 FORD CON VERT.
900 miles: compl. equip.: new-car
guarantee: maroon. w.w. tires.
$2,195 low monthly payments.
BELL MOTORS
; 501 0 Wis. Ave. N W . WO 8900, _2
'47 CHEV. AERO., $1,395" I
Comp! equip: low mileage; not a
■ scratch: shiny black; like new.
BELL MOTORS
i 5010 Wis. Ave. N.W., WO. 8900. —2
FORD 1947 Pordor; $1,125; Special
de luxe; fully equipped; very beauti-i
ful metallic tan. car exactly like
new
GREENWAY
| .1900 Minn. Ave. N.B.. AT. 3518. —2
! PLYMOUTH 1942 2-dr.: $595: orlr !
black finish: r.. h.. seat covers, w.w.
1 tires: very clean: has had excel
lent care. Don't miss this one.
GREENWAY
.3900 Minn. Ave. N.E., AT. .3516. —2 |
CHEVROLET 1946 4-dr.; equipped!
like new: $1,076; low mo. payments.
GREENWAY
707 Maine ave s w., DI. 7025. —2
CHEVROLET 1947 4-dr. equipped.
$1,175; low mi ; showroom appear
ance.
GREENWAY
707 Maine ave. s.w„ DI. 7025. —2
CHRYSLER I94t5 convertible: cat) not
be told from new; $1,596.
GREENWAY
707 Maine ave. s.w., DI. 7025. —2
DODGE 193,; orig. black finish, fully
equipped, unusually clean; $395;
low down payment, bal. in very
small weekly payments
GREENWAY
707 Maine ave s w.. DI. 7025. —2
CHRYSLER 1941 4-dr., equipped; in
positively excellent cond. If you see
it and drive it you'll buy It; $650 '
Low down payment, bal. in small
weekly payments.
GREENWAY
TO? Maine ave. sw.. DI.J7025. —2
CHEVROLET 1940 ' :-dr.; $1.095;
pretty blue finish, r : excellent me
chanically, clean. See it and you'll
buy it
GREENWAY
3900 Minn._ave. ne. AT 3516. —2
NASH " 1947 4-dr. *-600 $1,095; r ,
h. beautiful metallic gray, a very
economical car. perfect in every
way and spotless throughout.
GREENWAY
3900 Minn, ave. n.e., AT. 3516. -—2
CHEVROLET 194S Aero, $1,395; r.
h.. plastic seat covers; very clean,
low mileage. This car has show
room appearance; a car you can't
afford to miss.
GREENWAY
3900 Minn ave. n.e , AT. 3516. ■—2
FORD J945 Tudor; orig. paint, runs
fine; che»p transporattion. Drivej
this away for only $95
GREENWAY
3900 Minn. ave. n.e . AT. S516. —I
CHRYSLER 1939 4-dr ; $445; r7T> .
beautltul green, new tires, excel-,
lent mechanically, very clean. Don't
miss this baraain.
GREENWAY
3900 Minn, ave. n.e.. AT. 3516. —2
DE SOTO 1941 club de luxe coupe;
$495; r.. h.. seat eovers; very clean:
txcellent mechanically: a steal at
this price
. GREENWAY
3900 Minn, ave. n.e . AT. 3516. —2
OLDS 1940 conv. alb. cpe : new blue
finish: new top; motor recently over
hauled. line mechanical cond.; $895,
$235 down.
Royal Motors, Packard
15 Kennedy st. n.w., TU. 3200, 9 till
Jb—3
CADILLAC 1941 club cpe.: r. and
h : new finish; new Mat covers; ex
cel. V8 engine; a truly beautiful
car; $995. $335 down.
Royal Motors, Packard
15 Kennedy at. n.w., TU. 3200. Open
9 till 9. _—3
DODGE 1939 2-dr.; new rubber; fine
6-cylinder motor; a real bargain.
$345. $115 down.
Royal Motors, Packard
15 Kennedy at. n.w., TU. 8200, 9 till
Sb__ —3
FORD 1942 VS eoupe; new black fln
ish; new seat covers; fine engine;
$696. $235 down.
Royal Motors, Packard
15 Kennedy st. n.w., TU. 3200. Open
9 till 9._—3_
PONTIAC 1941 4-dr.; new black fin
ish: new seat covers: new tires: fine
cond. throughout; $695, $235 down.
Royal Motors,' Packard
16 Kennedy it. n.w., TU. 3200. Open
9 till 9. —3
PACKARD 1941 “120” 4-dr.; new
green finish: new seat covers; good
mechanical condition; $595, $200
down.
Royal Motors, Packard
15 Kennedy tt. n.w., TU. 3200, 9 till
9.__—3
PACKARD 1937 “110” 4-dr.; motor
A-1 cond.; good tirea; $175.
Royal Motors, Packard
15 Kennedy st. n.w., TU. 3200, 9 till
9.__—.3
BIJICK 1947 Super 4-dr„ r. and h,.
beautiful black finish, one-owner,
low mileage; a car you will be proud
to c*wn; $1,495, $500 down.
Royal Motors—Packard
16 Kennedy >t. n w. TU 3200.
9 till 9—3
PACKARD 1948 de luxe ‘'130" 4-dr.
r. and h.. w.w. tires, plastic eovers.
In new-car condition; $1,995. S666
down.
Royal Motors—Packard
15 Kennedy «t. n.w. TU 8200,
9 till 9. <_ —3
PONTIAC 1946 4-dr., r. *nd h., new
geat covers, new tires, original black
finish; priced right, *1.295. *435
down.
Royal Motors—Packard
16 Kennedy st. n.w. TU 3200.
0 till 0._ —3
PACKARD 1047 de luxe 4-dr,, r. and
h . beautiful blue flnleh, clean In
terior: excellent motor, good rubber;
*1.405. *500 down.
Royal Motors—Packard
15 Kennedy st. n.w. TU 3200.
0 till 0.—8
PACKARD 1041 “110" eonv. club
cpe . good top. tires and motor, new
green finish, a beautiful car; $796.
$206 down.
Royal Motors—Packard
15 Kennedy st. n.w. TU 8200.
9 till 9.—3
PACKARD 1941 "110" station wagon,
rebuilt motor, new transmlsalon.
new brakes, new clutch, good tires;
*496. *105 down.
Royal Motors—Packard
15 Kennedy st. n.w. TU 8200.
9 till 9.—3
CHEVROLET 1947 4-dr., r. and h,
new seat covera. a clean car. In fine
cond.; *1.296, *435 down.
Royal Motors—Packard
15 Kennedy st. n.w. TU 3209.
9 till 9._—3
CHERNERIZED CARS
'49 Lincoln Oosmo. cl. cpe.,
r. and h. - ...... *2.995
'49 Idncoln sedan, r. and h„ 2.495
'48 Ford "8” Fordor. r., h. - 1.305
'48 Ford Tudor, r.. h. - _1,395
'47 Dodge 4-dr. sed., r.. h. 1.495
'47 Hudson Comdr. sed., h. _ 1,295
'47 Lincoln 4-ar» r.. h. —- 1,795
'47 Lincoln club coupe, r., h.- 1,795
'47 Mercury 4-dr., r„ h-1.496
'40 Ford Tudor, h. -1,095
'40 De Soto 4-dr„ h. _1,395
'41 Dodge 2-dr., r. and h.-- 795
■41 Mercury 4-dr.. h- *95
'39 Buick 2-door #96
'39 De Roto 4-dr., r. and h. 496
'37 wtllys 4-dr., new motor. 196
'3fi Pontiac 2-door. r„ h._ 146
Only postwar cars Cherngrlied.
8HIRLINGTON MOTORS
LINCOLN-MERCURY DEALER I
Bhlrliniton Business Canter,
or. 4ooo.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
CENTRAL MOTOR CO.
■49 F«rd Tudor, r. and h-*1,725
'47 Packard Clipper, r.. h - 1,495
'49 Plymouth 4-dr., r. and h. 1,475
■41 Buick sadanetta _ 935
’41 Packard roupe _ 695
’41 Oldsmoblle c e. _ 795
'41 Plymouth 4-dr._ 5 15
'39 Chevrolet 2-dr._ 365
•39 Ford Tudor --- _ 265
CENTRAL MOTOR CO.
• Kaiaer-Fraxer Dealers)
3200 Lee hwj., Arl., Va. CH. 7000.
_—2
JULY 4 SALE
COVINGTON MOTOR CO.
New-car guarantee—
46 Packard 4-dr.f *‘8" . >1,405
’46 Packard 4-dr., “6” 1,445
3o-day guarantee—
’47 NaRh “600’" club coupe >1.105
’46 Pontiac “S” coupe _ 1.205
’46 Ford Tudor sedan _1.145
’42 Dodge 2-uoor sedan _ _ 705
’41 Packard “110“ 705
'41 Ford Fordor sedan __ 785
40 Packard 4-door “120'’__ 605
’40 Packard 4-door “120”-- 645
'41 Nash 4-door 505
’30 Packard -*-door “120“ 405
COVINGTON MOTOR CO.
7301 Wis. Ave., Bethesda. Md
WI. 4400. Open Eves., AH Day Sat.
—1
HORNER’S CORNER
STANLEY H HORNER. INC.
FLA. AVE., 5th TO 6th N.E. AT. 6464
’■18 Buick 4-ar. Dyna. _>2.305
’48 Buick sedanette _2.045
'47 Buick conv. _ 1.805
’47 Buick sedanette _1.605
’47 Buick 4-dr. 1,605
'46 Buick sedanette_1.545
'46 Buick 4-dr. 1.545
’30 Buick Special 4-dr. 405
'37 Buick Special I-dr. 345
'49 Dodge 4-dr. Cust Town
sedan 1,895
’48 Pontiac “6 club coupe.,
Hydra. _ 1.805
'46 Lincoln 4-dr. 1.445
'48 Ford Super de 1 Tudor 1.305
*46 Ford Fordor Super de 1. 1.095
'46 Olds C-dr. •<78“ 1.305
’47 Chevrolet Town sedan 1.24 5
’46 Hudson 4-dr Super “6” 1.045
’37 La Salle 4-dr. 305
MANY OTHERS IN CHOICE
OF COLOR
Drive in 5th St. Open Eves.
THESE GUARANTEED
USED CARS MEAN
INDEPENDENCE
FROM TRANSPORTATION WORRIES
’40 Ford cust. cl. cpe., 10.000
mi., compl. equip >1.645
'48 Chevrolet FM sedan, fully
equipped 1.595
’47 Chevrolet SM 5-pass. cpe..
a superior car 1.345
'47 Plymouth conv.. all extras 1,495
'30 Pontiac sed.. black; near
new tires 495
'42 Ford Tudor, mech. excel
lent. equipped 645
'41 Chevrolet club coupe, very
clean, fully equipped 695
’42 Dodge cust. sedan, excep
tional family car 845
'40 Ford Tudor; one owner
car; good condition 495
’41 Mercury sedan, mech. ex
cellent; good tires 795
’42 Plymouth 2-door, black;
orig. one-owner car 795
'41 Chevrolet sedan, good eco
nomical transportation 595
’40 Buick Special sedan, orig.
black, ideal family car 645
’46 Ford Tudor, low mileage
very clean 1 695
Most of the above cars are equipped
with radio and heater.
EDGEMOOR MOTORS
~ 6335 Wls. ft VP. n.w ■ OR. 9093.
AUTO WHOLESALERS, INC.
1731 BLADENSBURG RD. N.E..
LI. 3-8800.
BEST BUYS ANYWHERE
UP TO 100 CARS
TO CHOOSE FROM
1947 Chevrolet Town
Sedan
Equipped: a quality car; *240
down, little as *8 a week.
$1,095
1939 Chevrolet Town
Sedan
Equipped: One condition: $80
down; little u f* a week.
$385
1940 Chevrolet Town
Sedan
Equipped: fine condition: $100
down; little as $7 a week.
$495
1948 Olds “98" Futuramlc
Sedan
All accessories; a quality ear;
*380 down; little s« *13.50 a
week.
$1,895
1949 Olds “88" Sedanette
New Rocket enilne: all acces
sories; *480 down; little aa
*18.60 a week.
$2,295
, 1947 Olds “98” Conv.
Coupe
A quality ear. all accessories:
*300 down; little as *12 a week.
$1,495
1946 Packard Clipper
Sedan
Equipped; a quality car *240
down, little as *8 a week.
$1,095
1941 Olds Sedan
Equipped; fine condition; *120
down; little as *8.75 a week.
$595
1941 Pontiac Streamliner
Sedan
Equipped: a quality car; *260
down; little as *10 a week.
1,295
1946 Studebaker Sedan
Equipped; a quality oar; *200
down, little as *8 a week.
$795
1947 PLY. Sp. De L. Sedan
Equipped; a quality car: $240
down: little a* $10 a week.
$1,195
1946 Ford Super De Luxe
Tudor Sedan
■quipped; a quality ear; flSO
down; little 60 *
1948 Mercury Club Coupe
AU accessorise; a quality car;
TtfSO down; llttlq as 110 a
week.
$1,295
1948 Ford Conv. Coupe
All accessories; a quality car;
*280 down; little as *10 a week.
$1,395
1949 Olds Conv. Coupe
All accessories, a quality car;
*480 down: little as *18.76 a
week.
$2,395
U948 Buick Sedanette
W^ittfc a«i.6§‘r; ££
$1,795
1947 Buick Conv. Coupe
All aeeesserles; a quality ear;
*340 down; little as *11.76 a
week.
$1,695
1948 Buick Sedan
Dynaflow; all aeeesserles; a
quality ear; *380 down; little
as *13.60 a week.
$1,895
1948 Buick Conv.. Coupe
All accessories, a quality ear;
*400 down: little as *14 a week.
$1,995
1949 Buick Sedan
Dynaflow; all accessories; a
qualify car; *600 down; little as
*17.26 a week.
$2,495
AUTO WHOLESALERS, INC.
1731 Bladensbure Rd. N.E.
<U. 8-8800)
|
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AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
AUTO AUCTION.
Bay or tell this modem way only If
bid la aatlsfactory. Never cunt whet
your car Is worth. S5 entrance fee
only coet Every Tues. eve., 7 p.m..
1100 Uth st. s.e. LI. 3-8861.
OVER 100 CARS
INDOORS
AT HILL & TIBBITTS
4th OF JULY SALE
EVERY CAR IS PRICED BELOW
WHOLESALE
4-MONTH GUARANTEE
’54 Ford Fordor ... $11*5
’4H Buick Super sedanette __ 1.995
*49 Mercury conv. 2.295
’41 Ford Tudor 895
'47 Pontiac sedanette _ . . 1.595
’59 Olds,7-dr 49.',
’47 Olds Futuramlc sedanette 2.195
*4 8 Ford Super d. lx Fordor 1,095
’48 Chevrolet Fleetline 4-dr. 1.495
’57 Ford Fordor 295
'48 Buick R M 4-dr. _ 1 S95
*49 Ford Custom conv._ 1.995;
’41 Ford club coupe _ 85o
*47 Chrvaler club coupe_1.595
’4 7 Chevrolet 4-dr. 1.795
’40 Plymouth conv _ 895
'48 Ford station wagon_1.195
’47 Olds * 98 1 4-dr. 1.895
'48 Hudson 4-dr _1,79ft:
'4 1 Packard Clipper 4-dr. __ 595
'48 Dodge Custom 4-dr. 1,795
OPEN WEEKDAYS ’TIL 9:
SAT. 'TIL 5; SUN . lo ’TIL ft
Shop In comfort at Washington’s
largest indoor showroom. We try to
keep at least 100 cars on display
at all times. Most cars have lariios
and heaters Easily financed and if
your car exceeds the down payment,
we pay you the cash difference.
HILL & TIBBITTS
Wash.’s Oldest Ford Dealers
1114 Vermont Ave. N.W. NA. PX50.I
_—5
SMALL
“THE BEST OF ALL
COMES FROM SMALL”
I
BEST BUYS! IN TIME FOR JULY,
4th . . SAFE. COMFORTABLE.
ECONOMICAL. SELECT YOUR CAR
FROM THIS PREFERRED LIST IN
TIME FOR YOUR 4 th OF JULY
TRIP.
30-DAY WARRANTY
600 PA. AVE. S.E.
TR. 8247 TR 8896
’48 Mercury 4-dr . r and h
white side-wall tires $1,595
’48 Chevrolet Aero. r. and h. 1.595
’48 Plymouth 4-dr., r. and h 1.895'
’47 Mercury club coupe conv.,
r and h. 1.495,
’48 Plymouth cl.’coupe, r., h 1,195:
*48 Chevrolet cl. coupe, r.. h. 1.195
'42 Ford Tudor, r and h _ 895
'40 Pontiac cl. coupe, r . h. 895
’49 Ford Tudor, r. and h. 895;
’40 Buick 4-door 595
3200 PA. AVE. S.E.
TR. 8247 VI. 9827
’48 Ford Tudor, r. and h $1,495
’47 Pontiac 2-dr., r. and h. 1.495
’47 Ford cl. coupe, r. and h. . 1,595
’47 Chevrolet conv.. r. and h. 1,495
'47 Chevrolet Aero. r. and h. . 1.495 i
’47 Plymouth club coupe . .. 1.495
’48 Ford Tudor -1.1951
’47 Plymouth 2-dr., r. and h 795
’4 1 Plymouth 7-dr., r. and h. 895
'41 Chevrolet 4-door 595
'41 Nash 4-dr., r. and h., new |
engine 395:
'41 Plymouth 7-dr., r. and h. <95;
’41 Ford Fordor. r. and h. _ 795
’40 Buick 2-dr . r and h. 595 j
’48 Chevrolet 4-dr., r. and h._ 8.95;
'40 Chrysler 4-dr., like new,
r. and h. 795
*39 Chevrolet coupe, r. and b. 495
'.38 Ford Tudor - - 39ft
’.37 Ford Tudor - 295
’37 Dodge 2-dr . new engine 195
'38 Plymouth 4-dr. 195
MANY OTHERS TO
CHOOSE FROM
FRANK SMALL,
Jr., Inc.
TERMS TRADE
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9
__ , |
AUTOMOBILES WANTID
WILL PAY too c»;-h price for clean !
used cars. SHIRLINGTON MOTOR
CO., Shirlington Business Center,
OV. 4000.
I WILL rAY ALL CASH for dean
cars, new or used. 'Call me now or!
drive by; cash waiting. GENE
CASTLEBERRY 1810 Benning id.'
n.e.. FR. 3231.
ELECTRICIAN wants 1949 Cherrolet; ;
has all cash; will Day high price.
OE. 9781. —14
CHEVROLET*—We need 50 new cars
immediately; top cash price paid; ,
no delay MORRIS A HUGHES
AUTO SALES. 7814 Ga. ave. GE
7888 —14
HIGHEST CASH PRICES today for
clean used Dodge. Plymouth. Chrys- ;
ler. De Soto. Ford. Chevrolet. Pon-,
tlac. Bulclt. Olds cars. See Mr Bass.1
TREW MOTOR CO . 1528 14th st.
n.w. or call DE 1910.
WANT TO BUY 1934 to 3 942 car
in good cond : have all cash.
SHREVES. EX 9380. —1
MORE CASB FOB TOUR CAR. new
or used. Drive In, bring your title
and get cash WOLF* MOTORS
12th and K Sts n w EX 5382
WILL PAY top cash price for clean
used cars. SHIRLINGTON MOTOR
CO.. Shirlington Business Center.
OV. 4000
HOLB IT JUST A MINUTE, get nigh
est essh price foryour new or used!
esr. DU 2877, DU. 8188. BRENT-!
WOOD MOTOR CO.. 1717 Rhode
Iiland arc n.s Onto 9 a.m to
/AIE^HONEgT APPRAISALS on all
makei of aara art assured at
McKKE-PONTIAC. 18*8 l it n.w
MR 0400
ATTENTION. AUTO OWNERS—Let
Bell Motors get the highest retail
price for your 1948 to 1949 car. If
car Is sold at your price, our only
charge is *26. no charge of any
kind If car Is not sold. Car Is
available to you at any time. Keep
your title till car is sold. Drive
in or call BELL MOTORS. 5010
Wll. ave.. WO. 8980.
TRY TRIANGLE—We pay premium
prices for extra clean cars of popu
lar make and model. Drive yours
to either location. TRIANGLE
MOTORS, 3010 R. I. ave. n.e. or
1333 R. I. ave n.e.
WANTED, used cars, any year, any
make or model, for export; imme
diate cash, no waiting. Contact AUTO
WHOLESALERS. INC.. 1731 Bls
densburg rd n.e. LI. 8800.
TEXAS DEALER needs clean, low
mileage new or used cars, any make
or model; will pay highest cash
price. MR. THERRELL. EM. 9847.
WANTED STATION WAGON, late
model, clean Will buy outright or
trade my Studebaker Commander;
red conv.; w.s.-w. tires; 12.000
miles; perfect cond. Price, *1,990. j
all accessories. Call AD. 7S95. —2
WANTED late Jeep with power take
off OV 3833 or AL. 8.342. —3
THE NATION’S CAPITAL used-car
wholesalers — Ona thousand cars
needed at once. Cara and titles must
be brought In for appraisal. We
suggest that you get at least 8
appraisals before you bring your ear
In. Ws don’t claim to pav more
than any one else but we won’t be
undersold In our policy. We are In
dire need of choice cars listed below;
Chevrolets. Fords and Plymouth club
coupes. 1939 to 1949 models.
Buick and Pontiac sedanettes. ’41 to
’49 models. Clean ’38 to ’42 models
are at a great demand at present.
After you’ve tried the rest, then tir
as best. CENTRAL MOTOR BALES.
28 Conn. ave. n.w. WO. 9286 or
EM. 9754._
TOP DOLLARS
Tor food, clean used cars. See Owen
McNey at
SCHLEOEL & GOLDEN
283 Carroll «t. QE 8300. OR 8803
WE NEED clean, used car* to re
plenish our stock. Will pay cash.
Call or telephone
Arcade Pontiac Co.
Wash.', Largest Pontiac Dealer
1417 Irving st. n.w.. AD. 8500.
TOP CASH PRICE, all makes, any
model; must be clean. Drive out to
MONROE FORD CO.
We are as close as your phone. 1237
East-West hwy.. 811. Spr.. Md. 8L.
7800._____
IMMEDIATE CASH
For elean used ears, any year, any
make or model. No delay.
HILL & TIBBITTS
1114 Vermont Are. N.W NA. 8850.
AUCTION SALES _
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auctioneer.,
43S Southern Ruildling.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE
ROW BRICK DWELLING BEING
KNOWN AB PREMISES'NO. 13! -
SOUTH CAROLINA AVENUE SOUTH
EAST
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, In Liber No. 7580,
Folio 355 et seq.. of the land
records of the District of Columbi*.
and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction,
in front of the premises, on THURS
DAY, THE 14th DAY OF JULY;
AD 1»40. AT THREE O'CLOCK
F M , the following-described land
and premises, situate in the Dis
trict of Columbia, and designated
ai and being part of original lot
£ umbered two (2>. now known as
ot, Numbered Eight Hundred Ten
(810). in Square numbered Ten
Hundred Forty (1040), being all
of premises known as 1317 South
Carolina Avenue Southeast
TERMS OF HALE: ALL CASH. A de
posit of 8600 will be required, at
time of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, revenue (tamps, etc., at
coat of purchaser. Terms of sale
AUCTION SALES (Cont.). j
to be complied with within 80 day*
from day of sale, otherwise the1
trustees reserve t.he right to resell'
the property at the risk and cost'
of defaulting purchaser, after five I
days' advertisement of such resale
in some newspaper published in
Washington, D. C.
E J CARLSON.
C. HARRY BOYSR
__ _ Trustees.
HARVEY L. COBB. Attorney,
National Press Building
__jy 1.5.8,11.13
C. C». SLOAN A CO., Auctioneers.
Wurlitzer spinet piano. Brambarh
baby grand n;ano. Klang Aim. 10
mm. sound projector and equipment.
12 typewriters (Underwoods. Royals
and Remingtons!. 3 AktPn-Ex elec
tnc-driven machines. 20 metal legal
file cabinets. 23 double-door steel
supply cabinets. 13 walnut, oak and
> mahogany flat-top desks, leather
; davenport and 2 arm chairs, leaiher
and walnut office chairs. 8 fluore
scent desk lamps, metal typewriter
stands, metal card flies and lock
boxes, steel and wood shelving,
table linens, etc.
At Public Auction
At SLOAN'S,
715 13th st.
Tuesday.
July 5th.
At H) am
Now on view.
Terms: Cash.
, C. G. SLOAN A CO.. INC.. Aucts. j
i_Established 1891.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auctioneers,
135 Southern Building.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE
TWO-STORY ROW BRICK DWELL
ING, BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NO 915 SIXTH STREET SOUTH
EAST
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 8704.
Folio 53 et seq.. of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party speured
thereby, the undersigned trustees,
will se.l, at public auction in front
of the premises, on MONDAY, THE
ELEVENTH DAY OF JULY. AD.
1949, at FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK
PM. the following-described land j
and premises, situate in the District ■
of Columbia, and designated as and I
being Lot 41 in Weller subdivision
of lots in Square 849. as per ulat
recorded in the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
in Liber 23 at folio 95.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior build
ing association deed of trust for
apptoximately $1,903.50, and a
prior second deed of trust for ap
proximately $2,300 00. 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 $500.00 required Con
veyancing, recording, etc., at pur
chaser's cost Terms to be com-1
p'ied with within thirty davs. other-’
wise deposit forfeited and the prop
erty may be advertised and resold
at the discretion of the trustees.
FRANK PARONI.
HERMAN MILLER.
je29.1yi ,5.7.9 __ _Trustees. _ |
THOS. .I. OWEN A SON, Auctioneers'.
135 Southern Building.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE
TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT
SEMIDETACHED BRICK DWELL
ING. BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NO. 717 GIRARD STREET. NORTH
WEST
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust!
duly recorded, in Liber No. 8697.)
Folio 231 et seq . of the land records;
of the District of Columbia, and at |
the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersiened trustees'
will sell, at public auction in front
of the premises, on MONDAY. THE
ELEVENTH DAY OF JULY. A D.
1949. AT TWO O'CLOCK PM. the
following-described land and prem
ises. situate in the District of
Columbia, and designated as and
being Lot 211 in Terrell's subdivi
sion of lots in block 4 in Todd and
Brown's subdivision of ‘‘Mt. Pleas
ant." and "Pleasant Plains." as per
plat recorded in Liber County 16 at
folio 153. Said property now known
for purposes of assessment and
taxation as Lot 211 in Square 2886.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior build
ing association deed of trust for
$5,576.18. further particulars of
which will be announced at time of
sale: the purchase price above said i
trust to be paid in cash. A deposit
of $500.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchasers cost.
Terms to be complied with writhin
thirtv days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be ad
vertised and resold at the discretion
of the trustees.
WILLIAM H 8MTTH.
LTNDSEY W. CAINE
1e29 1_y 1 5.7.9. __ Trustees^_
ADAM A. WESCHLEB * SON,
Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OP TWO-STORY
AND CELLAR BRICK DWELLING.
HOT-WATER HEAT, NO. 220 F ST.
N.E
By virtue of a deed of trust recorded
in Liber No. 8083 folio H>5, et sen.,
one of the land record* of the Dis
trict of Columbia, and at the re
quest of party secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will offer for
sale by public auction. In front of
premises, on THURSDAY. THE ,th
DAY OF JULY. 1949. AT FOUR
OCLOCK PM. the following-de
scribed property in th* District of
Columbia, to-wtt: Lot numbered one
hundred and twenty.one (121) in
George A. Shallenberger, Trustees
subdivision of lots In Square num
bered seven hundred and fifty-three
(7531, es per plat recorded In the
Office of the Surveyor for the Dis
trict ef Columbia In Liber 17 at
folio 128. „ . _ ..
Terms of Sale: One fourth of the
purchase-money to be paid In cam.
balance In monthly installments cf
*7 59 for each $1,009 including In
terest at b"r per annum from day of
settlement of sale, secured by first
deed of trust upon property sold, or
all cash, at option of purchaser A
deposit of $500 required of pur
chaser at sale. Examination of title,
conveyancing, recording, revenue
stamps and notarial feet at cost of
purchaser. Terms to be compiled
with within 30 dtys from day of
sale, otherwise trustees reserve the
right to resell property at risk and
cost of defaulting purchaser, after
five days' advertisement of such re
sale In tome newspaper published In
Washington. D C.. or deposit may be
forfeited, or without forfeiting de
posit trustees may avail themselves
of any legal or equitable rights
against defaulting purchaser.
LOUIS C. DISMER.
JULIUS A. MAEDEL.
Trustees.
_le2B.28.iyl,4,«■__
a6am a. wMcmra * sons.
Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE
T\vo-£rroRY brick dwelling
NO 1713 2nd ST. N.E. CONTAIN
ING 6 ROOMS AND BATH. HOT
WATER HEAT. OIL BURNER
By virtue of a deed of trust recorded
, in Liber No. 8832, folio 428, et seq.,
! one of the land records of the Du
1 trict of Columbia, and at the re
quest of party secured thereby, the
i undersigned trustees will offer for
sale by public suction in front of
premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE
, SIXTH DAY OF JULY, 1949. AT 4
: O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-de
scribed property in the District of
1 Columbia, to-wit: Lot 61 in George
Truesdell’s subdivision of lots in
Block 4 "Eckington." also known as
“Ororge Trueidell’s Addition to the i
! City of Washington.” at per plat
recorded, In Liber 52, folio 165. of
the records of the Office of the Sur
veyor of the District of Collumbia:
subject to covenants of record: now
designated on the books of .the
Assessor of the District of Columbia
for taxation purposes as Lot 61,
Square 3573.
Terms of Sale: Property will be sold
subject to the unpaid balance of a
Building Association Trust in the
sum of $6,408.69 as of June 30.
1949. payable $51 Per month In
cluding principal and Interest at
f>%. Over and above said trust cash.
A deposit of $500 required of pur
chaser at sale. Examination of title,
conveyancing, recording. revenue
stamps, and notarial fees at cost of
purchaser. Terms to be compiled
with within thirty days from day
of sale, otherwise trustee reserves
the right to resell property at risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser,
after live days advertisement of such
resale In some newspaper published
In Washington. D. C.. or«deposit
may be forfeited, or without for
feiting deposit trustees may avail
themselves of any legal or equitable
rights against defaulting purchaser.
HENRY R BERG*.
ADOLPH MICHELS.
_j*23.27.29. jyl .5 Truste$«.._
LEGAL NOTICES
CHA8 H. BRADLEY, Attorney.
129 18th Street N.W. _
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
lor the District of Columbia Hold
ing Probate Court—No. 78810. Ad
mlnlatratlon.—This la to Give , No
tice: That the subscriber, of* the
District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia, Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Annie
Powell Randolph, late of the Dis
trict of Columbia, deceased. All per
sons having elalma against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit
the tame, with the vouchere there
of, legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber, on or before the Srd day
of January. A.D. 1950; otherwise
irb,mnl}it^of1*sW..S%*edGtrv0emn
Junef ?(?49h‘ndMARy RANDo£ph!
• wjSSti
of Wills for the District of Colum
bia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
Jyl,8,15. ..
FRED O. ROTH, Attorney,
UNITED STATES “dISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia, ^Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 7245,, Ad
ministration.—This Is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia, has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Letters Testamen
tary on the estate of May L.
<• Weaver, also known ae May Lillian
Weaver, late of the District of Co
lumbia, deceased. All persons hav
ing claimi againat the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the sameg
with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on
or before the 10th day of March.
A.D. 1950; otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all oeneflt of
said eetate. Given under my hand
this 22nd day of June, 1949. ADA
LINE NAVARRO, 2419 30th St. N.E.
(Seal.) Atteet: ELLA A. BROWN.
Deputy Register at Willi for the Die-,
trifct of Columbia. Clark of the Pro
bata Court. ie24-lyl,A
LEGAL NOTICES (Cont.). |
WILBUR L. qIaY, Attorney, |
1420 New York At©. N.W.
Filed June 27. 1949. Harry M. Hull. |
Clerk.
UNITED STATE8 DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Capital
Mortgage & Title Co.. Inc . a body
corporate. Plaintiff, vs. Mary Mac
kensie Byrne et, al, Defendants.— i
Civil Action. No. 1531 -49.--The
obiect of this suit is removal of
cloud on title to Lot Eight (K).
Block Six <fl>. ' Washington High
lands. said Block now knou-n as
Square 8207 for purposes of assess
ment and taxation. On motion of
! the plaintiff. It is this 27th day of
June. J940. ordered that the de
fendant. all unknown heirs, de
visees. and alienees of Alexander
Bryne cause their appearance to
be entered herein on or before the
first rule day occurring after the
expiration of three months from this
date, otherwise the caus° will be
proceeded with as in case of de
fault. Provided, a copy of this
i order be published twice a month
for three months in the Washing
ton Law Reporter, and The Evening
Star before said day. (Si Matthew
F McGUIRE, Judge. 'Seal.i A
true cony. Test. HARRY M.
HULL. Clerk, by ELLA Mr DONALD
^Deputy Clerk._Jy 1.1 5.au5.1 9.se2.1 0.
GEORGE C. GERTMAN. Attorney,
American Security Building.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia, Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 72855,
Administration.—This is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
State of New York, has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia, Ancillary Letters
Testamentary on the estate of Lu
cille Foster McMillin, late of the
State of Tennessee, deceased. All
! persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to ex
i hibit the same, with ihe vouchers
thereof, legally authenticated, to
the subscriber, on or before the 4th
day of April, A.D. 1950; otherwise
they may Dy law^ be excluded from
all benefit of said estate. Given
under mv hand this 21st day of
June. 15)49. NELL YOUNG. H7
Bedford Sr.. New York 14. N. Y
(Seal.) Attest. THEODORE COGS
WELL. Register of.Wills for the Dis
trict of Columbia, Clerk of the
Probate CourL_Jc24.jyl.8. j
GODFREY L. M ENTER. Attorney.;
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia Head
ing Probate Court.—No 72874. Ad
ministration.--This isfcto Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Letters of Admin
istration, C. T. A on the estate of
Mary Townsend Hawk, late of the
District of Columbia, deceased. All
persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof, legally authenticated, to
the subscriber, on or before the
J7th day of June. A D 1950; other
wise they may by law be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. Giv
en under my hand this 17th day
of June. 1949. GODFREY L
MUNTER, Shoreham Blag. (Seal.)
Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL.
Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
Court._jyl,8,I5_
ARTHUR J. HILLAND. Attorney. '
Shoreham Building.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold-!
ing Probate Court.—No. 72853, Ad- :
ministration.—This is to Give No-1
tice; That the subscriber, of the Dis
trict of Columbia has obtained from
the Probate Court of the District,
of Columbia. Letters Testamentary
on the estate of Thomas O. Taylor,
late of the District of Columbia, de- j
ceased All persons having claims
against the deceased are hereby,
warned to exhibit tne same, with
the vouchers thereof, legally au
thenticated to the subscriber, on,
or before the 17th day of June. A D.
1950; otherwise thry may by law
be excluded from all benefiuof said
estate. Given under my hand this
17th day of June. 1 945) FRANCES
S. MAGRUDER. 13H9 Columbia rd.
n.w. (Seal). Attest: THEODORE
COGSWELL. Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia. Clerk of
the Probate Court._jyl ,8.15.
THOS. H. REYNOLDS. Attorney,
til3 15th St. N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
* for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 73108. Ad
ministration—This is to Give Notice:
That the subscriber, of the District
of Columbia has obtained from the
Probate Court of the District of
Columbia. Letters Testamentary on
the estate of Robert L. Ettenger.
late of the District of Columbia, de
ceased. All persons having claims
against the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, legally au
thenticated. to the subscriber, on
or before the 2fith day of May. A.D
1950. otherwise they may by law
be excluded from all benefit of said
estate. Given under its hand this
21th day of June. 1945). THE NA
TIONAL METROPOLITAN BANK OF
I WASHINGTON, by G. M. McLearen.
Assistant Trust Officer. <Seal.) At
i test: THEODORE COGSWELL. Reg
ister of Wills for the Digtrict of
Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
Court.je24.1yl,8.
THOR. H. REYNOLDS. Attorney,
613 15th St. N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia, Hold
; las Probate Court.—No. 72838.
Administration.—This is to- Give
I Notice: That the subscriber, ef the
| District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
1 trlct of Columbia, Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Phil
lip* Allen Clark, late of the District
of Columbia, deceased. All persons
having claims against the deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber. on or before the 1st day
: of Anril. A.D. 1950; otherwise they
may by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estate. Given
under Its hand this 22nd day of
June. 1949. THE NATIONAL j
METROPOLITAN BANK OF WASH- i,
INGTON, By: O. M. McLEAREN.
Assistant Trust Officer. (Seal.l
Attest: ELLA A. BROWN. Deputy
Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
♦Courtte24.)yl,8.
RAYMOND E. GABLE. Attorney.
Kellogg Bolldlng. 1422 F Street N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 72624,
Administration—This Is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
Jllstrict of Columbia, has obtained
rom th* Rrobat* Court of the Dis
trict *t Clumbta. letters Testa
mentary on the estate of James
Hooper Mtlllehampe. 1st* of the
District of Columbia, deceased. All
persons having claims against th*
deceased ere hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof, legally authenticated, te
the subscriber, on or before the 2nd
day of June. A.D. 1950; otherwise
they may by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate. Given
under my hand this 21st dav of
June 1949. AUGUSTUS C. MEL
LICHAMPE, 2120 16th 8t. N.W.
• Seal I Attest: THEODORE COGS
WELL. Register of Wills for the Dis
trict of Columbia. Cleric of the
I Probate Court.)e24,|yi .8.
M. P. MANGAN. Attorney.
1010 Vermont Ave. N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the Distriot of Columbia. Holding
a probate Court.—No. 73,247. Ad
ministration Docket 154.—Estate of
Agnes M. Quinldn. sometimes writ
ten: Agnes Mary Quinlan, deceased.
—Application having been made
herein for probate of the last will
and testament of said deceased, and;
for letters testamentary on said es-1
tate. by Mary T. Hughes, it is1
ORDERED this 22nd day of June, I
A. D. 1949. that Teresa Boyle, Wal-1
ter Quinlan, James Quinlan. Dennis
Quinlan and Catherine Quinlan, non
residents and all others concerned. :
appear In said Court on Monday, thr !
lit day of August. A. D . 1949. at j
10:00 o'clock A.M. to show cause why |
such application should not be
granted. I*t notice hereof be pub
lished In tn# ‘‘Washington Law Re
porter” and "The Evening Stir,
once In each of three successive
weeks before the return day herein,
mentioned, the first publication to
be not less than thirty days before .
gala return day. Witness, the Honor
able BOLITHA J. LAWS. Chief Judge
of said Court, this 22nd day of
THEODORE' COa«WELL.aRe«ltter «f
Wills for the District of Columbia.
Clerk of the Probate Court.
Je24Jyl.o. •_
"gram AJW8BKBP0
Attorneys nr Plaintiff,
719 15th Street N.W.,
Washington. D. C. _
Plied June 18. 1949, Harry M. Hull.
_Clerk.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Court for the District of Columbia.—
Myrtle R. Dudley. Plaintiff, vs. Or
ville Taggart, et al. Defendants.—
Civil Action No. 1070-49.—Order of
Publication.—The object of this suit
is to obtain partition by tale of real
estate situate in the District of Co
lumbia. known as lot numbered
seventy-four (74) in square num
bered twenty-three hundred and
fifty-three (2353) Improved by
premises No. 3349 Worthington
Street. Northwest, and division of
the proceed* among th# parties en
titled thereto, according to their re
spective right*. On motion of the
plaintiff, it la this 16th day of June.
1949. ordered that the defendants.
Orville Taggart. Eva Pottenger Thlea,
Fred Sellers. Mabel Timson. Walter
Ttmson. Willard Jonas. Alma Jones
Wolford. Wilma Jones Spice. Mrs.
Roy Jones Adams. Margaret Jones
Sellers. Harley Jones. Wayne Jones,
i Evan Jones. William Han Sellers.
Loretta May Seller* Smith, John
Reid. TTiomae Reid and Blanche
Chain Campbell, cause their ap
pearance to be entered herein on or
before the fortieth day. exclusive
of Sundays and legal holidays, oc-l
curring after the day of the first |
publication of this order, and that
the defendant*, the unknown heirs-J
at-iaw. alienees and devisees of
Jennie Taggart. Richard Pottenger, |
Etta Pottenger Whetstone. Grace'
Adams. Beulah Sellers. Herman Bel- j
lers. Qrace Hodges. Raymond
Hodgts. Edna Hodaes, Mabel Hodges;
Quick. Hattie Buies. George^ Reid,
causa their appearance to be en
tered herein on or before .he first
rule day occurring one month after
th# day of the first publication of
this order, otherwise the cause will
be proceeded with as in case of de
fault. Provided, that a copy of this
order be published at leaat once a
week for three eueeesaiv* week* in
the Washington Law Reporter and
The BveningStar nswspaper before
aald days, longer publication being
Ira.;'
BKL Deputycierf. J#17,j4,Jul.
*
LEGAL NOTICES
FRENCH A BISCOE.
1825 K St.. N.W'.. and
NEWMYF.R A BISCOF.
10411 15th St., N.W., Attorneys
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 73281. Ad
ministration.—This is to Give No
tice: That the subscribers, of the
District of Columbia have obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dus-!
trict of Columbia Letters of Admin
istration on the estate of Agnes
McKenze. late of the District of
Columbia deceased. All persons
! having claims aeainst the derr-asert
are hereby warned to exhibit the
i same, with the vouchers thereof
legally authenticated, to thp sub
scribers. on or before the 2(nh day1
of June. A D 195(>; otherwise
; they may by law be excluded from
, all benefit of said estate. Given
! under our hands this 2<>th day of
June. UUP FLORENCE WALTER,
3817 Warren St . N.W. ALVIN L
NEWMYER. I (MU 15th St.. N.W,
(Seal.) Attest: THEODORE COGS
WELL, Register of Wills for the
District of Columbia. Clerk of the
ProbatP jCourt__jyl .8.1 5
COLLADY, C’OLLADY A WALLACE.
Attorneys.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
; for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 72891, Ad
S miniatration.—This is to Give No
; tice: That the subscribers, of the
i District of Columbia have obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
i trict of Columbia. Letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Clarence
E Bright, late of the District of
1 Columbia, deceased All persons
having claims against the deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with tne vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scribers. on or before the 3rd day
of January, AD 1950: otherwise
they may by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate. Given
under our hands this 2*lh day of
June. 104!) THE SECOND NA
TIONAL RANK OF WASHINGTON
By V B DEYBER. chairman of
the Board, and EVELYN BRIGHT
BUCKLEY. 7125 18th st n.w.
(Seal » Attest: THEODORE COGS
WELL. Register of Wills for the
i District ot Columbia, Clerk of the
Probate Court. __jyl s 15._
! FREDERICK M BRADLEY and
LEONARD MARBLRY. Attorney.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT,
for the District of Columbia, holding
i a Probate Court.—No. 12.944 —
Administration Docket 153.—Estate
of Janet McWilliams, deceased.—
Application having been made
herein for probate of the last will
and testiment and codicil of said
deceased, and for letters testament-'
ary on said estate, by the Washing
ton Loan and Trust Company, it is
ordered this 22nd day of June. A D.
1949. that Thomas Ellison, and tin
known heirs at law and next of km
of said decedent, if any. and all
others concerned, appear in said
Court on Monday, the 1st day of
August, A D. 1949, at 10 o'clock
am. to show cause why such ap
plication should not be granted. Let
notice hereof be published in the
“Washington Law Reporter" and
i “The Evening 8tar.“ once in each
1 of three succesive weeks before the
: return day herein mentioned, the
first publication to be not less than
! thirty days before said return day.
Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA J
LAWS. Chief Judgp of said Court,
this 22nd day of June, A. D. 1949.
(Seal » Attest: THEODORE COGS
WELL. Register of Wills for the
District of Columbia, Clerk of the
I Probate CourL_je24,JylJL8
SUPREME COURT of the State of
New York. County of Kings.
Domlnlack Schlripa and Jennie
Schirippa, Plaintiffs against Eliza
beth B. Van Sant. Mary B Crawley.
Robert B. Byrne, Paul J. Byrne.
Margaret M. Tyler. Patrick J. Byrne.
Sarah A. Robinson, Marie Colley.
Sarah Campbell, Jane Maragret Col
lins. Margaret Mary Herring, Mary
Patricia Ward. Joseph Vincent Byrne.
John Michael Byrne. People of the
State of New York. The City of N'ev.’
York. John Doe. Richard Roe and
Jane Doe. Daphne Holden Byrne,
now Daphne Emerson Moore. De
fendants. Plaintiffs designate Kings
County as the place of trial Sum
mons. To the above named De
fendants: You are hereby summoned
to answer the complaint in this
action, and to serve a copy of your
answer, or, if the complaint is not
served with this summons, to serve
a notice of -ppearance on the Plain
tiffs' Attorney within Twenty (20)
days after the service of this sum
mons. exclusive of the day of serv
ice, In case of your failure to
appear or answer judgment will be
taken azainst you by default for
the relief demanded in the com
plaint. Dated: JiSmgs County. Feb
ruary 21st. 1949. Anthony Apicella.
Attorney for Plaintiffs. Office and
P. O. Address. 50 Court Street.
Brooklyn. 2, New York. To the
above named Defendants except
Robert P. Byrne. People of the State
of New York, and the City of New
York: The foregoing summons is
served upon you by publication, pur
suant to an order of Hon. Michael
F. Walsh. Justice of the Supreme
Court of the State of New York,
dated June 9th, 1949. and filed with
the complaint in the Office of the
Clerk of Kings County at. the Hall
of Records. Borough of BrSoklyn.
County of Kings. City apd State of
New York. This action is brought
to foreclose transfer of Tax Lien
number 72587. sold by the Ctty of
New York to the Plaintiffs, in the
nun of $1,308,34 at 12% per
annum from November 11th. 1940.
That the affecting premises are des
ignated upon the Tax Map for the
City of New York, for the Borough
of Brooklyn, as Section 21. Block
7176. Lot 24. situate on the Westerly
side of East 1st Street. 320 feet
North of Avenue X. being 40 feet
front and rear by 100 feet on each
side. Dated. Brooklyn. New York.
June 9th. 1949. Anthony Apicella.
Attorney for Plaintiffs
fell. 24. jyl. $.15.22
J. HARRY WELCH and OSCAR C.
OSTERMAN. Attys.. 710 14th St. N.W.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Court for the District of Columbia.
Holding Probate Court.—Estate of
MARY G. BIVENS. Deceased.—No.
69-246—The notification as to the
trial of the issnes In this ease re
lating to the validity of the paper
writing, dated the 24th day of Sep
tember. 1946. purporting to be the
last will and testament of Mary G.
Bivens. Deceaaed. having been re
turned as to Millard F. Jordan, i
Bessie I. Bean. Claude Jordan. Gil-1
bert L. Jordan. Dorothy Jordan
Donn. John Stanley Gray, George
Merrill Gray, Ruth Marie Stephen
son, Mrs. Bertha McKay. Mrs. Alice
Sisson, Mrs. Mary Gray. Albert
Hardy, Annie F Drake, Clifford H
Bivens, Raymond Bivens, Millard
Bivens. Leonard C. Bivens and Sadie
B. Bivens. Watson Hardy, Margaret
Bivens. Viola Bivens, John Bivens,
Mary C. Bivens, as "Not To Be
Found." it is by the Court this
14th day Of June, 1949; ORDERED.
That said Issues be set down for
trial on the 15 day of October,
1949. and that this Order and the
substance of said issues be published
once a week for four (4) consecutive
weeks in THE WASHINGTON LAW
REPORTER and twice a week for
the same period in THE EVENING
STAR, the substance of said issues
being as fdllows: ill. Was the paper
writing dated the 24th day of Sep
tember. 1946, purporting to be the
last Will and Testament of Mary O
Bivens, deceased, signed with the
name of Mary G Bivens by some
person other than Mary G, Bivens,
deceased? (2). Was the paper writ
ing dated the 24th day of Septem
ber 1946. purporting to be the last
Will and Testament of Mary G
Bivens, deceased, executed and at
tested in due form as reouested by I
law? <3> Was the paper writing
.-filed in this Court and bearing date
of September 24. 1946. the last Will
and Testament of Mary G Bivena,
deceased? ALEXANDER HOLTZOFF.
Judge. (Seal.) A true Copy. Attest
MELVIN J MARQUES. Deputy Reg
ister of Wills for the District of
Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
Court. Je21.24.28jyl. 5.8.12.15
HENRY GILLIGAN. Attorney. j
Washington loan and Trust Bldg- ,
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT,
Court lor the District of Columbia
Holding Probate Court. — In re
Estate of Martha Y. Crossman. de
ceased—Administration No. <0.->35
—Order of Publication—Applica
tion having been made by petition
of Henry Gtlligan. Administrator
C. T. A of the estate of Martha Y
Croggman. deceased, for tmtrue
tlons with respect to the distribu
tion of the residue of said estate
and It appearing to the Court that !
Sumimmi to Answer has been duly
Issued asalnst: Ida A. Piror. Ho
ward Piror. Towson, Maryland;
Clarence Piror. Gambl'd!. Maryland;
Luther Creager. Thurmont. Mary
land; Margaret Grove Welty.
Waynesboro. Pa.: Alleen Grove Har
baugh. 122 N Grant St.. Waynes
1 boro. Pa ; Walter Yonson Grove. 27
8 Church. St,, Waynesbero. Pa.;
Katherine Grove, 27 3. Ctfcrch 8t..
Waynesboro. Pa.: Mabel Yonson
Pahrney. Nurses' Home. Waynesboro,
Pa.; Jean Yonaon, Nurses’ Home,
Waynesboro, Pa.; Steiner Yonson,
Strausburg. Va.: Henry M. Yonson.
73 Lexington Avenue, N. Y. City;
Amelia Yonson Half. 24OH Rosehlll
St.. Philadelphia. Pa : Martha Yon
son Kennel!. 240 Cleveland Ave..
Waynesboro. Pa.: George Y. Ltckle.
W. Main St.. Waynesboro. Pa.: Mary
Weaver Crow, 725 N. 4th St.. Read
ing Pa.: and Thelma Catherine Tay
lor. 1801 N. Hilton St.. Baltimore,
Md ; and that said aummons to An
swer has been returned “Not to be
Found” a* to each of them. It is by
the Court this 28th day of June.
1948. Ordered that the above named
persons, end all other persona con
cerned. having or claiming to have
anv right, title or claim fn and to
said estate, oe and thHv hereby are
commanded to appear in this Court
on the 3d day of October. 1949. to
answer under oath the said petition
and to show cause, if any they have,
why they severally have any Inter
•est in said estate, or why they sev
erally claim any right to distribu
tive shares In raid es'ate. as well as
why the prayers of said petlMor,
should not be granted as therein
praved: Provided however, and ;t
is further Ordered that a copy of
thla Order be published in the,
Washington Law Reporter and The1
Evening Star, the latter a news
paper of general circulation in the
District of Columbia, twice a month
for three consecutive mouths before
the return dav herein mentioned
the first of said publications to be
test'^MELVIN11'. SfARQUBB Deputy
Reglgterof W1116 for the District of
Columbia, Clerk of the Probate
Court. jyi,15.auS,l9,ae2.18.
A
LEGAL NOTICES
JOHN B. CULLEN, Attorney far Plt&
90A Investment Bing.
IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT FOH
the District of Columbia. Civil
Division. Central Dispensary M
Emergency Hospital, Inc., a Cora
poration. 1111 New York Avenue
NW.. Plaintiff, ts. Pride C. Canady,
4213 Wilson Boulevard. Arlington,
Virginia. Defendant—No. 417-939)
—Order of Publication—Absent De
fendant: The object of this suit is
to recover the sum of $322.00 due
the Plaintiff by the Defendant for
room and board and professional
services rendered to the Defendant.
On motion of the Plaintiff, it la
'kh^-s^'ierlih day ot June, 1849.
ORDERED that Defendant cause hla
appearance to be entered herein on
or before me fortieth day. exclu
sive of Sundays and legal holidays,
occurring alter the day of the first
publication of this Order: other
! wise the cause will be proceeded a*
in case ot default: provided tha
ropy of this order be published
once a week for three successive
weeks in the Washington Law Re
porter and m The Washington Eve
: runs star before said date. (S)
GEORGE P BAISE. Judge. (Seal,)
I A true copy. Test: WALTER F.
BRAMHALL. Clerk, by WILLIAM
M. NEDROW, Chief Deputy Clerk,
!__ Jelf,24, Jyl.
MINOR, OATLEY * DRURY,
Colorado Building.
Attorneys for Executor
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia, Hold
jog a Probate Court,—IN THE MAT
JER OF THE ESTATE OF MARY L.
RADCLIFFE, Deceased.—Administra,
: tion No. 70-3(17—ORDER Of PUB,
LIC.ATION.-The object of this pr£
reeding Is to determine whether A
, recently discovered paper writin*
i dsted December 21. 1944. and pur
: porting to be a "Second Codicil" to
the will of the above-named dec*
j deni should be admitted to probat*
j or whether probate thereof should b*
l denied, and to obtain the lnstrue
i t.-ons of the court with respect to
tne disposition of certain books left
i by the decedent and with respect to
! a bequest of $15,000 under Item III
i of ,the codicil dated June 25. 194S-,
and a bequest of *5.000 under Item
V of the purported "Second Codicil-’
if admitted to probate, as set forth
In the amended petition of the Na
tional Savings and Trust Sompanr
as exectuor filed herein. On motion
of the executor, it is this 28th day
of .,ur.e. 1949. ordered that Eliza
Oxenham, Joseph Radcliffe. Clinton
Radcliffe, Louisa R. Soulsman. Mar
ion K Fairbank. Selina K. Jefferson.
Clinton K«!ly, Edward Kelly. Jean
et'e Radcliffe, a minor, Charles W.
Radcliffe. Ninnle R Kirby. J, Harri-,.
son Radcliffe, Samuel D. Radcliffe.
El-anor R Hope. Keith Radcliffe.
Harry Radcliffe. Charles Radcliffe.
Aneen Radcliffe. Nida Radcliffe. Al
fred R. Fairbank, Oliver T. Fair
bank, Sidney Orem. Katie O. Gar
diner. Nicholas Orem. Clive Howeth.
Ella W. Smith. C. Wilson Wood.
Everett E. Trundle. Harry Trundle,
Maurice Trundle. Marie W. Bowie.
Campbell R. Williams, Juliet W.
Btibb. Louisa Reifkohl, J. William
Riley, Robert Riley. Elizabeth Riley
Hall, and the unknown heirs at law
and next of kin of Mary L. Rad
rliffe, deceased, cause their appear
ance to be entered herein on or be
fore the fortieth day. exclusive ot
Sundays and legal holidays, occur
ring after the day of the first pub
lication of this order: otherwise th»
cause will be proceeded with as la
case of default. Provided, that this
order shall be published at least
once a week for three successiv*
weeks In The Evening Star news
paper and in the Washington Law
Reporter. EDWARD A. TAMM.
Judge. (Seal.) A True Copy. At
test: MELVIN J. MARQUES, Dep
uty Register of Wills for the Dls
trict of Columbia, Clerk of th*
Prohate Court. jyl,8,l5.
PROPOSALS
WASHINGTON SUBURBAN SANT
r.ARY COMMISSION—Contract No,
t'37-S, Sewer Construction_Sealed
proposals for constructing In Balti
; more-Washington boulevard and
Cherokee street approximately 2,325
; feet of S-lncb plain concrete pipe
i sewers will be received at the office
! of the Washington Suburban Sani- '
tary Commission, Hamilton street,
Hyattsville. Maryland, until Tuesday,
July 5, 1949, at 1 p.m., Eastern
: Daylight Saving Time, at which
Place and time they will be publicly
opened and read. Plans and specifi
i cations may be obtained from the
office of the Chief Engineer of the
| Commission, Hyattsville, Maryland,
i upon deposit of $6, which deposit
: will be returned to bidders or to
! those returning plans and specifica
tions in good condition. DWIGHT
WARREN BROWNING.
LELAND G. WORTHINGTON. Com
missioners. jeCT.iyl
WASHINGTON 'SIBl’RBAN Sanitary
Commission — Contract No, 593
W&s, water main and sewer con
struction. Sealed proposals for
, constructing in Viers Mill Village
approximately 11,770 feet of fi-inch.
1 8-inch and 24-inch cast iron water
! mains and 11,000 feet of tt-ineh.
! s-tnch and 24-inch plain concrete
i pipe sewers, will be received at the
! office of the Washington Suburban
J Sanitary Commission. Hamilton
Street, Hyattsville. Maryland, until
I Tuesday, July 12, 1»49. at 1UO
; p.m . Eastern Daylight Saving Time.
; at which place and time they will
be publicly opened and read. Plan*
' and specifications may be obtained
from the office of the (Thief Ensri
i neer of the Commission. Hyattsville.
; Maryland, upon deposit of $5.00.
i whleh deposit will be returned to
bidders or to those returning plana
and specifications in good condition.
DWIGHT B GALT.
WARREN BROWNING,
LELAND G. WORTHINGTON,
_Commissioners.
FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY. Publia
Buildings Administration, Real Es
tate Management, Protect Devel
opment Office. June 17, 1949.—•
Seal proposals will be received In
the Protect Development Office,
Real Estate Management, Publia
Buildings Administration. Federal
Works Agency, Washington, D. C-.
up to 3 p.m.. Daylight Saving*
Time. July 11, 1949, and then
opened publicly, to lease Lot 800.
in 6quare 12, Washington. D. C.
together with the improvement*
thereon known as premises 202()
and 2022 "E” Street N.W. Iformer
ly known as the Stables Restau
rant), lor a period cl five years,
commencing August 1, 1949. and
ending July 31. 1934; Provided that
either party shall have the right
to terminate the lease upon servica
of a six months' notice in writing
on the other party. All proposal#
must be accompanied by the re
quired deposit and submitted on
the form of proposal which may o*
obtained in Room 7023 of the Fed
eral Works Agency Building. 19tl»
and F Streets N.W., Washington.
D. C. The Federal Works Agency
reserves the right to reject any o»
all proposals and to waive any in
formality in proposals received when
such rejection or waiver Is la tha
interest of the United States. If
more than one proposal bs offered
by any one party, by. or in the nine
of his or their clerk, partner, agent,
or other person, all such proposal!
may be rejected The property shall
be leased In Its present condition,
except that the furnishings, fur
niture. equipment, and other per
sonality. If any. stored therein snail
not be included and may be re
moved by the owner thereof. Pros
pective bidders may view the prop
erty by appointment only by calling
Executive 4900, Branch 3727. or by
addressing a letter to the Com
missioner of Public Buildings, Wash
ington 26. D. C. JOHN L. NAGLE,
Deputy Commissioner for Real Es
tate Management.
FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY. Publio
Buildings Administration. Washing
ton. D. C.. June 20, 1040.—Sealed
bids in duplicate for Construction
(Except Elevators and dumbwaiters)
of the Superstructure of the Clinical
Center (Building No. 10) at the Na
tional Institutes of Health. Bethesda.
Maryland, will be received until l :0O
Standard Time, on August 28,
1949. in Room No. 1128. Fedarai
Works Agency Building. Washington.
D. C.. and then publicly opened la
Room No. 1128. Bid guarantee is re
quired. U. 8. Standard Form No. 2*.
Construction Contract, will be used
and performance and payment bonds
will be required. Upon request on*
set of Prebid Documents and three
•eta of drawings and specifications
will be supplied without charge to
each general contractor interested in
bidding on the complete project, all
of which must be returned. Genera!
contractors who have obtained three
•e}‘ »* above provided may obtain
additional sets or parts of sets ab
the following prices: Complete seb
of drawings and specifications, $100;
Architectural drawings, only, and
specifications, $45: Structural draw
ings. only, and specifications. $16;
Mecnanlcal drawings, only, and me
chanical specifications. $40. Pay
ments for additional sets will nob
be refunded and the material need
not be returned. Checks offered ao
payment must be made payable to
the order of the Treasurer, V. 8.
Upon request and in the discretion
of the undersigned one set of draw
ings and specifications will be fur
nished to builders' exchanges, cham
bers of commerce and other similar
organisations, with the understand
ing that the act will be retamled on
their premises and made available
for inspection by any Interested sub
contractor or material firm. Bidding
material may be obtained at Room
No. 507. Lemon Building. 1728 New
H. phone &t»J.t0|*te2»5:
■ton 2397. Drawings and ipociflca
tions will also be available. lor ex
amination by interacted persons, in
Room No. 507, Leman Building.
Washington, D. C.. and at the fol
lowing Division Offices of Publio
Buildings Administration: Hew York,
N Y.. Room 731, Custom House:
Philadelphia, Pa.. Room 903, Custom
House and Appraisers' Stores: At
lanta. Ga . Room 803. Federal An
nex; Chicago. *il.. Room 1124. Post
Office Building: Kansas City, Mo,
Room 2100, Fidelity Building; Bos
ton. Mass , Room 830, Post Offica
and Court House For the in
formation of bidders, the draw
ings pertaining to the congtrue
tiop of the Substructure of tha
Clinical Center will be available
for examination at the above loca
tions. General contractors may also
purchase, without refund, a set of
these information drawings, or any
of the parts thereof at the follow
ing prices: Complete got. $85*
Architectural drawings, only S14l
Structural drawings, only. SB: Me
chanical drawipgs. only. SU., W. BL
REYNOLDS. Commissioner of Pub
lic Buildings. FEDERAL WORKS
AGENCY. —1

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