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APARTMENTS—UNFURNISHED.
(Continued.)_
2217 14th ST7 N.W.
4 Rooms. Kitchen and Bath—$50.
See Janitor on Premises.
R. MARBURY STAMP & CO..
Southern Building. District 8157,
' THE FERNWOOD,
1458 COLUMBIA RD. N.W.
2 Rooms. Kitchen. Bath—$57.50.
Electric Refrigeration, Eleva.or.
T. f. SCHNEIDER CORPORATION.
1025 15th_St._N.W._National (i.'l.'ift.
BEAUTIFUL NEW APTS.
4829. 4833 4837 3rd ST. N.W.
Living room. 2 bed rooms, dinette, kitch
en and bath; electric refrigerator, locker
room and laundry in basement; heat and
hot water furnished. Open. Agent at
321 Delafleld pi n.w.
RENT, $60, $65.
BRADLEY BEALL * HOWARD. INC.,
Southern Building._National 0271.
“OPEN FOR INSPECTION,
SE. Oor. 4th and Jefferson Sts N.W
Living Room. 2 Bed Rooms. Kitchen and
Dinette.
AMPLE CLOSET ROOM
Heat and Hot Water Included.
Laundrv and Lockers in Basement.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.
$60 PER MO. UP.
BRADLEY. BEALL & HOWARD. INC .
Southern Building. _National 02.1.
THE BROADMOOR,
3601 CONN. AVE. N.W.
Living room, bed room, junior
dining room, kitchen, bath and
enclosed porch. Phone Cleve
land 6900._ __
COLORED—CLEAN. QUIET APT THREE
rooms, bath: heat and elec, included. $30.
Janitor service. 201 Eye st. n.w._
WANTED—APARTMENTS.
f ROOMS KITCHENETTE AND BATH.
Silver Spring Petworth. Takoma. Address
Box 290-T. Star office. ___
2 RMS. (OR 1 R & SLPG. JPCTI). K. Ar
b.. unfurn.: Mar 15: about $40; vie. 4 th
& R. I. n.e Give full details. Address
Box 2S5-T. Star office. __‘-8_
WANTED—FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
nudiuun.i, 1 'J. - * - -
246-T, Star office. _-*>
WANTED TO BUY—APT HOUSES.
ALT. CASH_FOR”APT HOUSES. 16 TO 32
■units Prefer white tenants Brokers In
vited. See Mr. MOORE 101(1 Vermont
ave. n.w. Phone Metropolitan 2713.__
HOUSES—FURNISHED.
WOODRIDGE—5~ROOMS. NICELY FUR
nished. good location: $r>0 month. Call
North 7203 or inquire 2377 R. I. ave. n.e.
CLEVELAND PARK — 7 ROOMS. BATH,
lavatory, oil burner, refrigerator, garage.
$130. Immediately. 3402 Macomb st
EMPLOYED WIDOW WILL SHARE Ex
ceptionally pleasant house near school
and bus; board if desired. Wise. 440n. 3
HOUSES—UNFURNISHED.
6 ROOMS” BATH. ELEC. HOT-WATER
heat, newlv papered and painted through
out. 1112 22nd st. n.w., $o2.50.
D CONNORSON. 2426 Pa. Aye. N.W.
PETWORTH 4212 3rd N.W.—MODERN. 6
rooms. 3 porches, elec, refrigerator l.h.w.,
$65: gar._OWNER. Columbia 4613.
IN FOXHALL VILLAGE — DELIGHTFUL
6-room and bath house, hot-water heat,
garage; $75 month: immediate possession.
* BOSS & PHELPS. -
14J7 K St. N.W. National 0300
4711 Chesapeake" st. n w.—5-roc
bungalow, h.-w.h.. elec. gas. hew fls^,
redeco.: lge. yd., shade: $oo. Georgia 0-83.
730fTBLAIR RD.—COR. BRICK. 7 R B .
h -w.h.. elec . gas refrigerator gar . porches,
yard: fine location: $75_ Geor«ia_0-83.
CHEVY CHASE D. C „
Modern detached brick house 6 rooms. -
baths, recreation room, large screened
porch, garge; ssn month
BRASURE CO.
023 15th St. N.W. _Dist. 6416._
' $52.50 TO $75.00.
A limited number of houses in this price
range available. Representative with car.
DIXIE REALTY CO. 1417 L st.. phone
National SS8Q. __
MT. PLEASANT.
Park rd.—0 rooms bath and a half, ga
rage. $85. Automobile service. DIXIE
REALTY CO.. 1417 L st.. NaUonal_S88(l.
CRITTENDEN ST . WEST OF 14th—EIGHT
rooms and 2 baths: hot-water heat: rea
sonable rent: close to schools, churches,
transportation; immediate posesesston.
BOSS & PHELPS.
1417 K St. N.W. _ National 0300.
FOXALL—5 BED ROOMS. 2 BATHS DOU
ble rear porcnes. maia s room, ssukc,
heat, fireplace and electric refrleeration
Phone National 1040 or Emerson 7.68. or
call for 1541 44th st. n w
WAVERLY TAYLOR. INC._
WOODRIDGE.
$65.
3125 NEWTON ST N.W.
Detached two-story and basement, four
bed rooms: modern: front and rear
Porches; garage for two cars.
WOODRIDGE.
$45.
Bungalow, four rooms kitchen and bath:
modern; large front and rear yards.
NORTHEAST
1756 L ST. N.E.
$40.
Semi-detached brick home, four rooms
and barh. Convenient, to the business sec
tion of 15th and H sts. n.e.
HARRY A. KITE. INC..
inio Vermont Ave. N.W. National 4846.
1210 GLENROSS RD.,
Silver Spring. Md.
6 rooms, dinette and bath, h.-w.h..
garage_$65.00
1R40 LA MONT ST. N.W.
0 rooms. 2 baths, h.-w.h.. 2 sleep
ing porches. 2-car garage-$120.00
]1S PARK~CREST DRIVE.
Silver Spring. Md.
.6 rooms. bath. ' .-w.h., electric re
frigeration, g .age-$81.25
WEAVER BROS., INC.,
Realtors,
Washington Blda._District 0486.
WESLEY HEIGHTS.
Unusually attractive house, with beauti
ful gardens; 5 bed rooms. 3 baths; $200
month.
W C & A. N. MILLER.
1113 17th_St. N.W. District 4464,
IN PETWORTH.
4416 3rd ST. N.W.—$79.50.
Colonial home consisting of living room,
dining room, sun room 4 bed rooms, kitch
en and bath: garage. Frlgidaire.
1404 K. C A FRITZ. DIST. 0080. _
OUR AVAILABLE UNITS
offer a limited variety as to
size, price and location. In
formation regarding these
listings will be furnished if
you call, write or phone
B. F. SAUL CO.,
REAL ESTATE.
P25 15th St. N.W Phone National 2100
COLORED.
710 LAMONT N W.
Five-room house In excellent condition.
Only $30.
ROBERT W. SAVAGE.
807 Union Trust Bid*. _Natl. 3630.
COLORED.
8012 Ayers pi. s.e.—5 r.. b., elec_$21.50
Flats—430 M st. n.w.—2 r.. k.. b..
elec., gas_30.50
742 7th s.e.—2 r.. k . b., elec.. eas_ 25.50
1405 Col. st. n.w.—2 r.. b.. el., a. 20.50
216 Eye n.w —1 r.. k . b.. el.. sas_ 21.50
108 Eye n.w.—4 r k. b.. elec.. sas_ 18.50
831 A n.e.—1 r., k„ h.. elec.. *as._ 15.50
E M AIKEN. 800 H N.W. Natl, 3556.
FOR COLORED.
Near Navy Yard.
1220 L ST. S.E.—$30.00.
Five Rooms and Bath.
1404 K. CAFRIT2, DIST. 0080.
WANTED TO RENT—HOUSES. ~
SMALL HOUSE OR APT. (UNFURN.).
within nn* milp nf ItOfiO Rlftripnshurff rri
r.t. Small family: best ref. furn. Ad
dress Box 163-T. Bter office. 28*_
LIST TOUR VACANT PROPERTY WITH
us. Prompt Inspections. We specialize In
rentals. DIXIE REALTY CO.. 1412 L St.
Phone National 880(1. _
SALE—HOUSES.
*24" RITTENHOUSE ST. N.W. — SEMI
detached brick. 8 rooms, bath, hot-water
heat, elec.; close to 14th st. cars extended.
Payments only *55 per month. Phone
Georgia 4*187._
NEAR 2nd AND R. I. AVE. N.E. (ON TOP
of the hill)—$5,250; bargain. Six large
rooms, row brick; good condition: hot
water heat, garage. A fine investment or a
better home. This is neither sn old nor
a dilapidated house. Truly an exceptional
value.
PHILLIPS & CANBY. INC.._
National 4800. 1012 15th St. N.W.__
UNDERPRICED. IN GLOVER PARK—
$8,350. The finest row-house section In
Washington. A large semi-detached six
room and TWO-BATH house In this de
lightful section; oil heat (new), electric
refrigeration, recreation room, built-in ga
rage. full attic, front porch, screened living
and sleeping porches. This house was built
by Cooley Bros, and represents a wonderful
opportunity to buy a fine, cheap home.
PHILLIPS A CANBY. INC..
National 4600._1012 16th St. N.W.
MT. PLEASANT. AT CAR LINE—$7,050:
S rms. (5 bed rim ). 2 baths, targe yard.
porches. Easy terms. Phone Adams 2218. *
$9,750—SPLENDID HOME NEAR ROCK
Creek Park. Colonial 2-atory brick. 22 ft.
wide: 4 real bed rooms. 2 baths; incloaed,
heated sleeping porch; lower screened rear
porch and large concrete front porch: out
side pantry, open fireplace. Oilomatic oil
Burner electric refrigeration, maid's room,
Celotexed attic, built-in garage, screens and
weather stripping: being papered and paint
ed. BOSS A PHELPS. NATIONAL 9300.
EVENING PHONE. AFTER 6. GEORGIA
*758,
$8.950—A BARGAIN HOME OUT IN THE
Saul’s Addition, between 13th and 14th
*ts. n.w.. convenient and excellent en
vironment. Detached, on lot 139 ft. deep
to 20-ft. alley. Six good-size rooms, big
stone fireplace, hot-water heat, electric
refrigeration. 2-car garage to match house.
All in good condition. Priced way under
former cost. BOSS A PHELPS. NATIONAL
9300. EVENING PHONE COLUMBIA
6810. _______
GLOVER PARK—SIX ROOMS. KITCHEN,
bath: oil heat. a.m.J.; newl, decorated; ex
cellent condition. Phone Clay. 3967. £6*
SALE—HOUSES.
(Continued.)
SHEPHERD PARK—$10,050; LOVELY DE
tached brick. 8 rooms. 2 baths, oil heat,
garage. Terms arranged. W. B. KRAFT.
phone Adams 2218. _ ^ *
ONE BLOCK OF McKINLEY HIGH
School—H-rm and b brick, cellar new
h.-w.h.. elec., new shades, range floors,
linoleum, etc.- everything In good condi
tion; yard to alley. Price. $5,750 Mod
erate cash payment, balance monthly.
OWNER._Phone District 4508._ _
NEARLY NEW ROW BRICK. CORNER
alley, vicinity of 20th and Park rd. n.w.
On first floor; entrance lobby, step-down
living room with open fireplace, dining
room and modern kitchen. On second
floor fl real bed rooms and de luxe bath.
Ir basement, paneled recreation room with
open fireplace, bath and maid's room.
Built-in garage. Price. $8,250. Small
cash and monthly payments less than
rent. At very small expense apartment
can be arranged on second floor. This is
an outstanding opportunity for some one.
For appointment to inspect call J. WESLEY
BUCHANAN. INC.. Cleveland 511 K._
10th AND C STS. 8.15.—6 ROOMS 2
back porches, front porch; $7,500. In
quire HOP Penn, ave. s e. _
$8.250—7-R, COL.-PORCH HOME ON
4500 block Iowa ave. n.w. A-l con
dition. including 2-car brick ttaiage in
rear. Excellent buy. Communicate with
HARRY E. GLADMAN. INC.. .108 Pa. ave.
s e,. phone Lincoln 0.240.__
CHEVY CHASE. D C. ^ j
Near Chevy Chase Circle—New detached
CORNER brick. 4 BED ROOMS J BA.HS
on second Door BED ROOM AND BATH
ON FIRST FLOOR. Large living room,
dining room, all-electric kitchen, attic is
inculateri onH finished- °-rar built-in ga
rage oil heat, furred walls, copper water
pipes. An unsual offering. Close to
schools and transportation. Phone G F
MIKKFLSON A: SON. CLEVELAND 115(1
H R 4 B LARGE YARD. GARAGE. HALF
rented *7.1.50; Capitol Hill; many extras;
furn. or unfnr : trust $5,000. 2 yrs :
$I.oOO and $75 mo. Condition like new.
Owner Bargain. Address Box 124-T. Star
office._ _ _ __
$9.500—ONE OF THE~MOST REMARK
able buys in years, well located in Mt.
Pleasant House formerly sold for $10,000.
A 2.V —ft. brick, set far back from street
with good rear yard. Bis front porch and
double rear screened porcnes. < targe
rooms, reception hall. baths, one a base
ment shower, attic, automatic heating and
refrigeration. Vacant. BOSS PHELPS^
NATIONAL 9300. EVENING PHONE
ADAMS 5514.___
$7.950—CHEVY CHASE. D. C.—ATTRAc
tive O-room home on good street, close to
schools, stores and transportation: built-in
garage electric refrigeration, oil heat. A
small amount spent in papering and paint
ing this moderate-priced house will greatly
enhance its market value and make a de
lightfully pleasant home. BOSS PHELPS.
NATIONAL 9300. EVENING PHONE. EM
ERSON 50° 8
14th AND IRVING”STS. NW—10 LARGE
rooms (6 bed rms.i. 2 baths, oil heat, large
yard, allev porches; $9,950; terms. Phone
Adams 221 $.___ . __
A REAL HOME AND BARGAIN.
New Brick. Cape Cod Center Hall.
26 Kennedy st.. between New Hamp.
ave. and Blair rd —6 rooms and 2 baths
(bed room and bath on 1st floor ( lot 50x
157; 2-car brick garage priced under
$10,000. L. F. ROBERTSON, owner and
builder. Georgia 4551._ __
MT. PLEASANT. WEST OP 16th ST.
Brick home containing 5 bed rooms. ..
baths, a.m i : recently redecorated: new;
house condition. Phone National $80.;
evenings. Wisconsin 4922. _
WOODRIDGE. . ,
2111 Bunker Hill rd. n.e.—A new brick
Cape Cod cottage with garage, elec, refrig
eration copper screens throughout: close
to schools, atores and bus. $8,250; terms
arranged.
WOODRIDGE REALTY CO..
2277 R_I. Ave^ N.E. _ North 7202.
TRY AND DUPLICATE—$4,975.
2022 27th n.w.—If you can duplicate
this bargain, your are a genius Situated
in beautiful Glover Park, where values are
permanent, a modern Colonial 6-room
brick home, almost new. in new-house con
dition. This home sold a few years ago
for over $7,000 and over $1,000 improve
ments have been added. Phone evenings,
OWNER;_Georgia 5678._
$11.950—AN ATTRACTIVE HOME ON
LOT FRONTING 70 FEET BY 205 FEET
nerro •sw.tfiln lan/teeanad' flna'erc th fllh. I
bery. fine trees, fish pools and grape
arbors. Located WEST OP CONNECTICUT
AVE. In Chew Chase. D. C. The house Is
a modern center-nan masonry colonial:
automatic heat and refrigeration: screened
and weather-stripped. Offered way under
assessed value. Vacant. BOSS dt PHELPS.
NATIONAL 9300. EVENING PHONE,
GEORGIA 0758.____
OUTSTANDING—$« .450,
7 rooms, bath, b -i. garage, pantry, re
frigerator: in new-house condition. Owner
is forced to sell, leaving city. Phone Co
lumbla 7774. Apt. 112.__
$7.750—A REAL BUY. EXCEPTIONALLY
nice 3-story brick on Clifton st. west of
14th st. n w. House contains 9 rooms,
bath, with third floor arranged as apart
ment; property in perfect condition; oil
heat; garage. Only $1,200 required. Call
Mr. Fischer. BOSS & PHELPS. NATIONAL
9300. EVENING PHONE. COLUMBIA oHIO.
GEORGETOWN—IF INTERESTED IN
buying Georgetown property, large or
smal. call U__H._THADEN._dev. 0440. *
DETACHED. 10 RMS.. 4 BATHS. COST
owner *37.500: will sacrifice $23. <50.
Phone L. H. THADEN. Clev. 6440. •
A GOOD BUY.
6 rooms 2 baths, arranged as 2 apts :
apt bringing $00 per month. Reasonable
cash payment and $60 per month. This
house is very nearly new in good, conven
ient neighborhood. Well financed and
worth your investigation.
M. B. WEAVER. _
Cleveland_4944._District_3348.
PACING LINCOLN PARK — SIX LARGE
rooms, tiled bath, cement Colonial front
porch double rear porches; front entrance
io high basement, which could be fixed
for doctor's office. This house Is in excel
lent condition throughout. For information,
Phone Mr Allman Atlantic 3928.
WAPLE & JAMES. INC..
1224 14th St. N.W. District 3347.
3521 11th PL. S.E. , ,
Detached semi-bungalow. 0 rooms, bath,
fireplace. Terms to suit. Open daily.
For appointment call District 3346. Mr.
Palmer.
__WAPLE & JAMES. INC._
$0.950—SEMI-DETACHED BRICK NEAR
14th and Taylor sts. n.w., close to
grade and high schools, stores and car
line. Six rooms, front porch, hot-water
heat, hardwood floors and built-in ga
rage. Vacant and in good condition.
$8,950—CHEVY CHASE. D. C. on beau
ful lot 50 feet wide, one-half square
from the new school and only a short
walk from the Circle and all conven
iences: seven good-sixed rooms, den on
first floor, wide front porch, hot-water
heat, large closets, garage. Good ternfs.
$12.500—IN FOXHALL VILLAGE. A beau
tiful modern double-front home, with
two large copper-screened porches, over
looking the park. EIGHT ROOMS. TWO
BATHS, hot-water heat. OIL BURNER,
open fireplace, elec, refrigerator and
huiit.in or a wo oo Tn oYPPlIpnt- rnnnit.ion.
The real livability ol this home can
only be appreciated upon Inspection.
Ter"sHANNON & LUCHS CO..
_1505 H ST. N.W. NATIONAL 2345.
A SPLENDID DETACHED HOME IN
choice part ol Takoma Park. We are au
thorized to sell for $5,750: terms to respon
sible purchaser.
CHAS. D. SAGER.
924 14th St. N.W._
PRETTY DETACHED HOUSE IN RE
stricted n.e. section: 6 rooms bath, hot
water heat, hardwood floors. la-ge_ lot
to paved alley: price $6,350. LOUIS P.
SHOEMAKER. 1719 K st. n.w. Natl. 1166.
BARGAIN—VAN BUREN ST N.W. *7.500
—$650 cash $55 monthly: *20 under
rental. Detached home. 6 large sunny
rooms: bath fireplace, basement lav.,
porches gar. BIG BARGAIN. OWNER.
Phone Georgia 3982 or Georgia 5877.
A NICE DETACHED HOME IN WEST
Chevy Chase. Owner leaving city will sell
at a price we consider an exceptionally
good buy. Possession in 15 days.
CHAS. D. SAGER.
924 14th St. N.W.
*8.960—MT. PLEASANT—CONTAINING 5
bed rooms. 2 baths: most conven
_lent location. Call National 1438,
$5'950.
CORNER BRICK HOME.
HANDY LOCATION IN NORTHEAST.
Six big. bright rooms, hardwood parquet
floors, new hot-water heating system, new
fixtures, new table top gas range: in fact,
so perfectly reconditioned throughout that
it is like a new home. Colonial front
porch: big. bright cellar: large corner lot
with pretty shrubbery all add to make this
a complete home in every detail, and the
price is extremely low for a quick sale.
PhRneM. HOOKER, Metropolitan 2663.
Evenings, 5 to 9. Call North 7085.
*8.760—MARVELOUS BARGAIN IN NEW
detached BRICK home in nearby
suburbs, wooded section: 4 large
bed rooms (2 bed rooms on first
floor). 2 baths and lot over 120
feet frontage. Absolutely rare op
portunity to acquire a home at
less than todaysfeonstruction cost.
REALTY AS8#7IATE8 INC..
Call NatKJal 1439.
SALE—HOUSES.
EXCEPTIONAL-OPPORTUNITY. FOR SALE
cheap. 13th st. s.e., home or investment
property; 5 rooms, all modern conveniences;
$2,750. Apply 308 Pa. ave. s.e HARRY
E. GLADMAN. INC.. Lincoln 0340._•_
127 JEFFERSON ST. N.W.
New’ semi-detached northwest home,
8 rooms 2 baths, large recreation room,
b.-i. garage, gas heat, electric health
kitchen, every modern appliance. Priced
for quick sale at $0,050.
120 JEFFERSON ST. N.W.
The home you have been looking for.
Large living room. den. dining room,
breakfast room- electric health kitchen.
3 fine bed rooms. 2 baths, splendid rec
reation room, gas heat. b.-i. garage.
Only $0.l5o. The only one of its kind.
121 JEFFERSON ST. N.W.
New' corner brick in northwest: 0 rms..
recreation room 2 baths, lavatory# 2
fireplaces, electric health kitchen.
SAMUEL W. BARROW.
_S27 14th St. N.W. National 2227.
$5 050—NEAR 5th AND RTTTENHOUSE
sts. n.w. Detached brick 0 rooms, bath,
gas heat. elec, refrigeration, garage: new
house condition; vacant; $1,000 cash and
$55 month.
HARRY B PITTS CO..
1010 15th St N.W Met. 0100.
_Cal! Decatur 0043-J After 5 P M._
7 NEW BRICK HOMES.
Woodridge—2010 and 2634 Newton tt.
n.e. Large detached homes, 6 rooms, tile
bath, shower, modern kitchen, slate roof,
copper gutters and downspouts, concrete
front porch, weather-stripped and screened.
Lot 38x130: garage. Open until 0 p.m.
Woodridge—2803 and 2800 17th st. n.e.
Attractive, new brick homes. 6 rooms, tiled
ern kitchen, recreation room, with fire
place; slate roof, rear porch, large lot. ga
rage Open until 9 p.m Price. $8,950.
First showing —1524. 1520 28th st. s.e.
New brick homes. 0 rooms, tiled bath,
shower: floored attic, flienlace, chestnut
trim, modern kitchen. weather-stripped.
Price. $8,250; reasonable terms. Open
until 9 p.m. Out Pa. ave. to 28th st.
s.e.: right to homes.
WM. R THOROWGOOD.
_2024 R. L_Ave. N E._Decatur 03I7._
Cl 0 NEW STONE AND BRICK.
WILLIAMSBURG COLONIAL.
Center-entrance home. 7 rooms. 2 com
plete baths: 1 bed room on first floor,
spacious living room, attractive fireplace.
French doors leading to open porch, lot
107 feet deep, garage located in northwest
section among beautiful homes, near Mass,
ave. Outstanding buy with appeal,
FRANK S. PHILLIPS, Dist. 1411.
16th ST. HIGHLANDS.
$9.450—Between Colorado ave. and 1 Oth
st.: attractive detachpd home of 8 rooms.
2 baths i4 bed rooms): complete bath on
1st floor; hardwood floors, screens, weather
stripped oil burner. 2-car garage. NEW
HOUSE CONDITION.
L. T. GRAVATTE,
72f> 15th St. Realtor. National 0753.
EVENING PHONE. GEORGIA r*»00._
"WOODRIDGE" BARGAIN’S.
8-room house, a m.i.. tile bath, fireplace:
owner needs cash. Sacrifice for large
cash payment. Act quickly. 3 dainty
bungalows. $5,259 to $5,959. MAYNOR.
2995 Brentwood rd. n.e._ North 4338._
REPOSSESSED BARGAIN.
MT PLEASANT, $8,950.
Only 2 years old: 9 rooms. 1 ,-a baths. 3
porches, recreation room maid’s room: au
tomatic heat. 2-car garage. Natl. 8949._
LOCATION COUNTS.
Just off 13th and Sheridan n.w.—New
7-room and 2-bath home, equipped with
all modern conveniences, such as auto
matic heat rock-wool insulation, furred
walls copper screens, built-in garage
bright kitchen with beautifully equipped
dinette. Convenient to cars, busses,
schools, stores and churches. Terms ar
ranged. For appointment to Inspect, call
Mr. Fields Georgia 2942.
WAPLE & JAMES. INC. _
NEW BUNGALOWS,
Only $6,950.
109 TO 113 RITTENHOUSE ST. N.W.
Small cash and $58.75 monthly includes
all interest and taxes. Five large rooms,
modern bath, oil heat, large lot. electric
kitchens. Open and heated.
Take 14th st. car marked ‘Takoma’
and get off at 3rd and Rittenhouse sts. n.w.
Come Out Tonight.
Howenstein Realty Corp.,
$7,450.
Six-room brick homes, substantial con
struction, modern equipment, garage. Of
fered on easy terms. Well located in s.e.
section of city, near Navy Yard, schools,
stores, transportation, etc. Phone for ap
pointment to_inspect._National 5833.
$10,500—NR. CATHEDRAL.
A substantial Colonial brick: containing
8 rooms <4 bed rms.): 1st floor has living
loom with marble open fireplace: also a
large, beautiful library ... in addition to
attractive dining room and well-equipped
kitchen: walls are all painted, and oak
floors beautiful; entire house in Immacu
late condition and absolutely modern.
There is a garage: the reason for this low
price is because owners are leaving city.
FRANK S. PHILLIPS, Dist. 1411.
16 ROOMS, 3 BATHS,
ON MASSACHUSETTS AVE.
N.W.
Priced at approx, assessed value. Excel
lent location for rooming house. Nicely
financed
METZLER—Realtor,
District 8600. 1106 Vermont Ave. N.W.
Nights or Sun . Adams 0620 or Dist. 7821.
NEW AMERICAN HOMES IN
ROLLINGWOOD.
Adjoining Rock Creek Park at Beach
drive and Leland st.—Beautiful detached
homes on large wooded lots; 3 and 4 bed
rooms, 2 baths first-floor library, base
ment lounge, maid’s room snd bath, built
in 2-car garage. Open dally 1 to 6. Sun
day 9:30 a m. to 9:30 p m.
WAVERLY TAYLOR, INC.,
1522 K St_National 1040.
WOODRIDGE, D C.
3943 S. DAKOTA AVE. N.E.
New detached brick. 6 rooms. 2 baths:
bed room and bath on first floor: bullt-ln
garage: near Taft Junior High School.
Priced under $9,500. on terms. Open daily.
Phone Potomac 6021. _ ___
NEAR SOLDIERS’ HOME.
$6,250. terms. Six rooms, bath, two
glass-inclosed rear porches, concrete front
porch, h.-w.h.. oil burner, elec, refrigerator,
two-car garage Will be redecorated at this
price. Call Mr. BOAZ at National 1439;
evenings. Adams 873 0._
BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW, $6,950.
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY PARK.
ON CORNER LOT. NATL. 8949.
HERE’S WHAT YOU’VE BEEN
LOOKING FOR!
An urrutti uriii x iu onvo
New home. .'J months old: sold for
SI 0.950: semi-detached. 8 rooms, recreation
room. ‘Near garage. An unheard-of bar
gain. S8.950. Phone National 895JL_
MARIETTA PARK,
434 QUACKENBOS ST. N.W.
New detached brick, 6 rooms. 2 baths,
club room, attic, oil heat, detached brick
garage. Priced to sell, on terms. Open
daily. Phone Potomac_8021._
1408 BELMONT ST. N.W.
9 r„ 2 b., h.-w.h.. elec.: very Teadlly re
modeled into 3 apts. Price, $5,750. Call
Adams 1266 or Metropolitan 2147;_
SILVER SPRING.
DETACHED—$6,950.
New-house condition; 7 large rooms,
built-in garage, h.-w.h.. elec, lights, hard
wood floors, elec, refrigerator, large yard.
Small cash payment, bal. first trust, run
until paid. Why rent? Call us now.
METZLER—Realtor,
District 8600. 1106 Vermont Ave N.W.
8undar and Nights. Adams 0630,
$4,950.
$750 cash buys this desirable home of
6 rooms and bath, hot-water heat front
porch. In good northwest section: 19 feet
wide. PRICE. $4,950. Call MrHUOHES
Met. 2827. F. ELIOT MIDDLETON. 206
Investment Bldg_
$4,000—BUNGALOW.
6604 2nd st. n.w. (Van Buren and
Whittier ets.)—Five rooms, tile bath, hard
wood floors, concrete basement. Lot
36*13o. Terms. BERNSTEIN co
718 5th St. if.W;_Met. 5400.
WESTERLEIGH.
ALL-BRICK COLONIAL HOME.
SIX ROOMS AND TWO BATHS.
W. C. & A. N. MILLER. _
Dlst. 4464. After 5 F.M., Call
aeveiand 1861 and Aik lot Mr. RATHBOW
\
SALE—HOUSES. _
WEST CHEVY CHASE.
ONLY $7,650.
New detached brick home. 5 nice rooms,
built-in garage, modern electric kitchen.
Easy terms. Call Mr. Conner. National
1353; eve.. Atlantic ~70‘.\
• GOSS REALTY CO.,
_1405 Eye St^N.W.__
S ST. NEAR N. CAPITOL.
Substantially built home of six rooms
and bath, in new-house condition: deep lot
to alley, 1-car garage. Immediate posses
sion. A real bargain as a home or Invest
ment. Price only $5,450; terms.
SULLIVAN BROS.,
_J5"0 K St._Metropolitan 4fi?.1.
HOME SEEKERS—
Let us solve your home problems. We
specialize in building houses ranging in
value up to Sd.OPO. We are satisfied with
a small profit. Communicate with us and
we will be glad to call and give full In
formation wllhout obligation to you. DIS
TRICT REAL ESTATE TAX CORPORA
TION. P07 Tower Bldg.. National 1087.
|| A POPULAR-PRICED
C SEMI-DETACHED
q BRICK HOME
o 105~
L Madison St.
E \A/ Drive out lfth St.
INI. yy . or Kansas Ate. to
Y Madison St., turn
right to house.
Monthly Payments
g Less Than Rent
U.7 bed rooms, 2 baths, sun room,
recreation room. Insulated,
caulked fully screened and
I metal weather-striped. Gas heat.
Brick garage.
L rmdiHin Furnished by
Ve»us.t>y p-J■ N'*t0
Open Eeery Day to 9 P.M.
jPooleu Bros.
^ymilM|UO»£TTMinOMI»
i Tower Bldf. National 9248
COLORED—BARGAIN—$475007
Col. Rd.—6 R., H.-W.H. Natl. 8949.
SUITABLE FOR DOCTOR.
COLORED—NEAR 15th AND S STS. N W.
ABSOLUTE SACRIFICE.
Beautiful 10-room home, h.-w h.. elec.,
hardwood floors. Worth $10,500: will ac
cept $7.050. Call now. National 8949.
WANTED TCT BUY—HOUSES.
CASH FOR~HOUSES~BRICKOR-FRAME,
white or colored. This ad is not for pur
pose of obtaining listings. E A. GARVEY,
phone District 4508. 1126 VL_ave._
CASH FOR SMALL HOUSES. WHITE OR
colored, regardless of condition. WM. J.
CALLANAN, 1427 Eye n w. Natl. 1829
_ 29*_
CASH FOR 8MALL HOUSES; QUICK
SETTLEMENT
_ PHONE COLUMBIA 9135._
I HAVE SOLD SEVERAL USED HOUSES
sin'-e Christmas fcr cash above trust and
can sell yours if price is reasonable.
M. B. WEAVER.
_C.eveland 4944. District 3340._ ;
IF YOUR N.E. OR SE. PROPERTY IS
priced right, we can sell it for you.
JOSEPH A. HERBERT & SON.
515 East Capitol St._Lincoln 0129.
CASH FOR SMALL HOUSES; NO
agents, no commission. Natl. 8950.
WANTED—REAL ESTATE
HOUSES^ sto res 7"bu n g alo w s farms
apartments: clients waiting: property man
agement. O B ZANTZINGER CO.. 945
K at. n.w. National 9593.__
LET US KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE AND
want. Exchanging real estate our specialty.
ROBERT L. McKEEVER CO., Inc.
Shoreham Bldg. National 4750.
SALE—SUBURBAN.
BUILDER‘8-OPPORTUNITY.
Five choice lots, inch 0-room house, at
Lyon Park. Va.. on two bus lines. 10c
fare; all conveniences; $9,000. Address
Box_70K-T_ Star office._
17 SIBLEY AVE.." HYATT8VILLE—VA
cant. *250 down. *35 mo. 7 rooms and
bath, h-w h.. 3-car garage: 50x150 ft.
Price. *3.750. Also 0-room house on 15th
st. n e.. 1st com.: rent. *75. with extra
lot 25x100 ft. Price. *2.050: *500 down.
Phone Metropolitan 4757; at night. Green
wood 2232._ 27*
rent-suburban’
NEAR BEAVER DAM CLUB—SIX-ROOM
modern bungalow, electric equipment, hot
water heat, built-in garage; large lot: ex
cellent nighborhood: $45 monthly; adults.
Gentiles. Immediate occupancy. NEW
MAN. phone Hyattsville 728-J._
MODERN BUNGALOW. 5 ROOMS AND
bath. comp, furn.; garage, lovely yard. A
clean quiet home. 38 Shepherd st.. Hyatts
vllle. Md. Phone Hyattsville 124-J. _
6-ROOM BUNGALOW. OIL HEAT. FRIG
ldaire. 2-car heated garage; reasonable.
Phone Hyattsville 728-M._
HYATTSVILLE. BUSINESS SECTION; FOR
rent. *75 month. 104 Maryland ave..
Hyattsville. Md.
SALE—SUBURBAN.
" OWNER OFFERS
Several splendidly located, fullv improved
WOODSIDE PARK LOTS.
Wide, high ground, fine trees and priced
to demand your investigation today.
Full Information on property. 8955
Georgia ave.. In Maryland.__
SALE OR RENT—SUBURBAN.
SEATTLE AS AST. MD.—MODERN FIVE
room and bath bungalow, all city conven
iences. near schools, stores, bus. Sale or
rent, easy terms. Bargain at *3.950 or
rental *'35 per month. Splendid home for
small family; almost new. Apply 118
V st. n.e.__
WANTED—SUBURBAN._
WANTTb~"RENT BUNGALOW OR SMALL
house—4 or 5 rooms, a.m.i.: Clarendon or
vicinity, reasonaoie, amau immu.
HOBLZER. 2111 Q_st. n.w.___
WANTED—SMALL HOUSE WITH AN
acre or more ground; 10 to 15 miles out
side of Washington; rent not over $20 per
month. Give full details. Address Box
88-T, Star office. _
RENT—STORES.
SIT"NORTH CAPITOL — STORE NEAR
G. P. O. and City Post Office: heat fur
nlshed. Key at 831 North_Capitol._
OPPOSITE BALL PARK — UP-TO-DATE
front second commercial, 20x100; parking
lot 20x40; part or whole. 2016 Georgia
avc. n.w. Phone Georgia 6644._
3707 34th ST. N.E.—UP-TO-DATE BRICK.
25 ft. wide; reasonable; active chain
store center. Phone Potomac 0349-J. *
6218 3rd ST. N.W.
Desirable store room suitable for any
business, approximately 20x70 feet. Beat
included at $60.
FRANCIS A. BLUNDON CO.,
805 H St, N.W.
SALE—STORES.
DELICATESSEN. centrally downtown
corner; long lease. Phone Metropolitan
8757. 38*
RENT—OFFICES.
1621 CONN. AVE. N.W.
Three Rooms. Suitable for
Professional Purposes.
Elevator Service.
RENT, $55.00.
B. Fa SAUL CO.,
PhoonNational 2100.
»25 16th M. N.W.
WANTED—OFFICE SPACE.
WANTED^TCTSHARE-OFFICE OR SHOP
handling women's apparel or millinery;
desk space, fitting room, small storage nec
essary; share telephone service: central
location: reasonable. , Address Bo* 201-T.
Stai office. _ 28*
_RENT—WAREHOUSES.^
3243 QUE 'ST." n7w.—4.000 8Q. FT.
WEAVER BROS. INC.
_Washington Bldg District 0480.
RENT—BUSINESS PROPERTY.
UPPER WISCONSIN AVE.—LAROE COR
ner store and 4-room apt., a m i.: $135 per
mo._URCIOLO REALTY CO.. Met. 404 L_
SALE OR LEASE
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE
ON RAILROAD SIDING.
Owners not having further need, will
sacrifice large, practically new. fireproof
warehouse, containing over 20.000 so. ft.
floor space, exclusive of roof that has
ramp and also can be used for storage:
has two large loading platforms built on
a lot 100x187 feet. Can be sold with or
without adjoining lot. containing 18.750
ft. Within ten minutes from center of
city by way of New York ave
CAFRITZ CONSTRUCTION CO.
_St. N.W. District 0080.
WANTED—BUSINESS PROPERTY.
OUT-OF-TOWN- FIRM “INTERESTED ~ IN
renting F st. store suitable for ladies'
ready to wear. Applications kept in strict
confidence Address Box 278-T, Star
office.
SALE—INVESTMENT PROPERTY.
$5.o6o buyTTstore. :» flats-brick.
alley. Rent. $00 month: nr. 10th and
Eye n.w._W. B. KRAFT. Adams 2218. •
FOUR-STORY ELEVATOR APARTMENT
house, convenient n.w.: four times annual
rental Equipped with refrigerators, auto
matic stokers, reasonable terms. One trust
A real Investment May consider small
trade. _Address Box 28H-S. Star office.
$3,000 — FIVE-ROOM BRICK. NOW
rented to colored for $30 per month and
located in good colored section on Morton
at., near Georgia ave A safe investment
showing a good return Call R M.
HOOKER Metropolitan 2063. Evenings.
5 to 0. call North 7085.
ROOMING HOUfeE
$250 CASH AND *100 PER MONTH.
A real opportunity to purchase a
monev-making property on easy terms.
Eleven-room, two-bath brick residence in
convenient northwest section Easily kept
rented. Hot-water heat and garage. Price.
*11.750.
SHANNON i LUCH8 CO .
1505 H St. N.W. _National 2345. _
IHl'r ANNUAL PROFIT ON *15.000 IN
vestment. corner. 21 apis . ti stores. Priced
less than 5 times rental: gross. *17.000;
good n.w. location. W. B. KRAFT, Adams
2318.__•_
- INVESTMENTS.
2433 H st. n.w.—Six-room brick, rent
ing lor *30 per mo, *3.150.
347 O st. s.w.—Brick, six rooms, always
rented *3.000.
FRANCIS A. BLUNDON CO..
805 H St. N.W._ Natl. 0714._
~ 10-UNIT APARTMENT
HOUSE, EARNING $5,880
YEARLY.
N.W. SECTION, near transportation: 1?»
minutes to downtown. Owner will accept
as down payment for purchase cash equiva
lent to yearly net earnings after paying
operating expense, taxes and interest on
existing trust. Priced at approximately
five times annual earnings.
METZLER, Realtor,
District 8800. 1108 Vermont Ave. N.W.
Nights or flun.v Adams 08:*0 or Dist. 7S'! 1.
FIRST COMMERCIAL.
On Pa. ave s.e.. In good business block
—<i-room house, modern rented now for
$40 per month: lot 16x100: ripe for re
modeling into business. Price only $5,500.
Call Mr. GUIFFRE Metropolitan 2827.
F ELIOT MIDDLETON. 205 Investment
Building._
APARTMENT IN SUBURBS
NEAR CHEVY CHASE, stores, bank, the
ater schools: bus service: new building,
modern equipment: large lot: 8-family
units: rents over $4,000 annually. This
beautilul apartment can be purchased with
*8-500 cash subject to a straight 1-year
first trust; pays large return on cash in
vestment Call Mr DREW Met. 2827.
P ELIOT MIDDLETON, 205 Investment
Bldg. ___
STORE AND APARTMENT.
Located next to corner, at Important
transfer point. Store on first floor, six
rooms and bath on second; store leased.
Poor health forces owner to sell this prop
erty: will show splendid return. Price,
$14,000.
SULLIVAN BROS..
10*20 K St._Metropolitan 4313._
5300 to 5316
4th Street N.W.
Unsurpassed
Architecturally and Structurally.
Four-Unit Apartments.
Rented $2,220 to $2,520.
Price $15,500 to $17,500.
MADISON BUILDING CO.
Room 301, 1417 K St. N.W.
^EXCHANGE. ~
TRADE EQUITY IN
Two new detached brick houses, good
northwest section, for clear lots. Houses
have 8 rooms. 2 baths, a.m.l.
TRADE FOR LOTS.
Attrsctlve new bungalow In Chevy chase
for one or more building lots: must be
clear. Oil heat, big lot. small trust.
Howenstein Realty Corp.,
1418 H St. N.W. District 7877.
SALE OR EXCHANGE.
NEW APARTMENT BUILDING.
211 1st St. N.E.—Near U. S. CaDitol.
De luxe apartments. 100rj> Insulated and
exceptionally well ventilated. Large rooms,
fireproof sleeping porches, model kitchens,
electric refrigeration, fireplaces and beauti
ful gardens. Rent. $4,080 per year. MAD
ISON BUILDING CO . 1417 K st. n.w._
THIS 18 THE SEASON OF THE YEAR
when you can make the most advantageous
uaue ui your small nouse ior a larger new
home. We have 4 different styles to
choose from. 121 to 12!> Jefferson st. n.w.
SAMUEL W. BARROW.
827 14th St. N.W. Natl, 2227,
SALE—LOTS.”
A COMMUNITY OP 25 WOODED LOTS
on main highway; 80-foot fronts from
$400 to $000, in nearby Virginia; plans,
financing and building if desired. G. S.
BENNETT. Phone North 2070._•_
CHEVY CHASE. D. C.—IDEAL HOME
sites, wooded lot. 60*13714 ft.; improve
ments; $1,750. DONALD L. LUXPORD.
Invest. Bldg. Met. 3734: eve.. Clev. 0161.
ROW-HOUSE LOTS. IOWA AVE. AT
Allison st., all improvements. Location
for three houses. Close to public school.
See Mr. DeBord.
ADELBERT W. LEE.
_1343 H St. N.W._Dlst. 4600.
SALE OR RENT—OVER 9.000 SQUARE
feet of Inclosed vacant ground; 2nd com
mercial; entrances from Fla. and Sherman
aveg. n.w.; any reasonable offer accepted.
Call National 6962.
NEARBY SILVER SPRING—RESTRICTED
suburb: ideal home site. 50x120: water.
gewer, bug, etc.; only $650. Adams 1786.
2 FINE BUILDING LOT8. CONDUIT RD.
between Cathedral and Macomb st.: 50x126
feet each: price. $2,200 for both. H. H.
CARTER, 306 Investment Bldg. Natl. 4178.
BARGAIN—A BUILDING LOT IN AURORA
Hills. Va : restricted; all improvements
paid for. Call Jackson 1866.__
BUILDESs. ATTENTION!
Lots in n.e., suitable for 4-family ants.
Paved streets, all improvements. Call Mr.
Knanp at Natl. 0765 for further lnforma
THOMAS E. JARRELL CO.. Realtors.
21 10th St. N.W._
lUTIFUL' BUILDING LOTS
a; all Improvements; easy
S&niR. National 4350.
>*•
WANTED—LOTS.
WANTED—LOTS ZONED FOR FLATS;
desiiable location in n.w. Will par cash.
Address Box 54-T, Star offlce._
WANTED—LOTS ZONE A. WE8T OF
Georgia ave., north Mt. Pleasant; cash.
Address Box 40-T. Star offlce._
WANTED—LOT IN N.W, SECTION. 16th
st. or Chevy Chase. D. C : not less than
50-foot frontage; must be verv reasonable
and well located. Phone Potomac 2500.
SALE—FARMS.
$30 DOWN $10 MO., 7-10 ACRE. WOOD
ed. facing State road 10 miles Navy Yard;
$125. Natl, 375.1 or Atlantic 6205-J. 28*
SALE—ACREAGE.
GREATEST DEVELOPMENT PURCHASE
for low-priced houses; fine, smooth, water
sewer: 280; only S26U Dei acre. Col. 11805.
WATERFRONT PROPERTY.
BEVERLEY BEACH CHESAPEAKE BAY —
Lots, bungalows: terms; Gentiles only Send
for booklet. Address MAYO A A Co. Md.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
HAVE FIRST-TRUST MONEY FOR IM
proved D. C. property. Address Box 274-T.
Star offlce._ 27*
M1NEY TO LOAN ON D. C REAL ESTATE
at lowest Interest rate Prompt service
JESSE_L. HEISKELL._llI5_Eye st. n.w.
5300. REPAY $1.50 WK.: $500, REPAY
$2.50 wk.: $700. repay $:i 50 wk.; $900.
repay $4 50 wk WEST 4 WEST succes
•ors_to Dr A. Henry. Inc ,_1010 Eye st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money for First Trust. D. C. Mortgage.
No Delays—*i'r Interest
No Charge Unless Loan Is Made.
Submit Full Particulars.
Howenstein Realty Corp.,
1418 H St N.W._District 7877.
_PERSONAL LOAN COMPANIES.
Operating Under Uniform
Small Loan Laws
Use DOMESTIC’S Cash
$300 or less on Your Name Alone!
# To pay taxes, mortgage interest,
scattered debts, insurance premi
ums, or doctor bills.
Married couples and single per
sons may, in many cases, obtain the
money on their signatures alone.
Comt in. plunt, ar mrilt
DOMESTIC hnancs
CORPORATION
3306 Rhode bland Ave.
Phone DEcatur 4674 Mt Rainier, Md.
Arlington Trutt Bldg.
Phone WE»t 0306 Roulyn. Va.
A Small Loan Company
■■■■■■wai ?mmmmmmmammm“
AUCTION SALES—TODAY.
THOSrj.“OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS.
1431 EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEES1 SALE~OF~VALUABLE BRICK
DWELLING BEING PREMISES NO
1804 KILBOURNE STREET NORTH
WEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded in Liber No. 6811. folio 149
et seq . of the land records of the District
of Columbia, and at the request of the
i parti secured thereby the undersigned
j trustees will sell at public auction, in
! front of tha nrsmitst on WFIINRSDAV
I THE TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OP FEBRU
: ARY. A.D 1936. AT TWO-THIRTY
O'CLOCK P M the following-described
land and premises, situate in the District j
of Columbia and designated as and being
iot numbered sixty-eight <68> in H R.
Howenstein’s subdivision of certain lots !
In block numbered nineteen (19>. "Ingle
side." as per plat recorded In the office of
the surveyor for the District of Columbia,
in Liber 48 at folio 01; said block num
bered nineteen <19; being now known for
purposes of assessment and taxation as
square numbered twenty-five hundred and
ninety-nine <259ft). Subject to the right
of redemption by the maker of the afore
said deed of trust, their heirs or assigns,
within a period 'of sixty days from the date
of sale not excluding Sundays and holl
days as provided in said deed of trust. .
Terms of sale: One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid In cash, balance
In two equal Installments, payable In one
and two years, with Interest at 5 per
centum per annum, payable semi-annually
from day of sale secured by first deed of
trust upon the property sold or all cash,
at option of purchaser. A deposit of $500
will be required at time of sale All con
veanclng. recording, revenue stamps, etc.,
at cost of purchaser Terms of sale to be
complied with within ten days from
expiration of redemption period, other
wise the trustees reserve the right to resell
the property, at the risk and cost of de
faulting purchaser, after five days' adver
tisement of such resale In some newspaper
published in Washington. D C
CHARLES A JONES.
PAUL J. FRIZZELL.
fcl3-d&ds.ejt8uAhols Trustees._
TOMORROW.
Adam A. Weschler A Son, Auctioneers
Restaurant and Tea Room
Furnishings and Equip
ment, Elec. Refrigerator,
Cash Register, Etc.
BY AUCTION
AtWESCHLER’S
915 E St. N.W.
THURSDAY
February 27th, 10 A.M.
22 Tablea, 52 Chairs. National Cash
Register. 6 Elec. Fans. Display-Front.
7-Door Refrigerator and Compressor;
Pittsburg Automatic Storage Water
Heater. Steriliser. Plated Ware China.
Glass. Utensils, A. 1. Radio, etc.
fc25,26
FUTUBEPAYS.
ADAM A. WESCHLER & SON. Auctioneers.
COLLATERAL SECURITY BY AUCTION
By virtue of the power ol sale contained
In a certain collateral agreement dated
April 21. 1933. payable forthwith, default
having occurred in the payment of same,
at the request of the holders thereof, we
will sell by public auction, within our sales
rooms. 915 E St. N.W.. on THURSDAY.
THE FIFTH DAY OF MARCH. 10.36. AT
TWELVE O’CLOCK NOON, the collateral
named In said agreement, to wit: Note
dated April 20. 1933. fcr $5,000. payable
on or belore three years after date with
Interest at ft',- per annum, signed by Wil
liam H. Splgnul. which is secured by deed
of trust on lots 15. 10 and the west 15
feet of lot 17 In square 1808. Improved by
premises No 3718 Morrison 8t. N.W.;
subject to a first deed of trust for $8,000.
All parties in Interest please take notice.
Terms cash.
ADAM A. WE8CHLER * SON.
fc24.2H.2S-mh2.4 Auctioneers,
Adam A. Weschler A Sen. Auctioneer*
915 E Street N.W.
BANKRUPTCY SALE
DRESSES^-COATS
SUITS-WRAPS—HATS
By Auction -
At Sorority Shop
811 Penn. Ave. N.W.
FRIDAY
February 28. 1936. 16 A.M.
420 Dresses. Sait. Ceats and Evening
Wraps. Hats. Garment Racks. Millinery
Cases. Wall Garment Cases with Trip
licate Mirrors. Double-Mirrored. Dress
ing Tables. Display Farms. Heads and
Fixtures. Singer Sewing Machine. Desk.
Chair. File Case. etc.
In rt: Sorority Shopi, Inc., Bank
rupt No. 3331.
TERMS: CASH.
CHARLES WALKER. Trustee.
, _ * Edmonds Bnilding.
fc25.26.^,
AUCTION SALES—FUTURE DAYS.
ADAM A. WE8CHLER Ac SON, Auctioneers.
UNITED 8TATES MARSHALS SALE OP
CHEVROLET COACH
By virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued
out of the clerks’ office of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia, and to
me directed. I will sell bv public auction,
for cash, at Weschler's Auto Auction. 920
H st. n.w . at TEN O'CLOCK AM ON
WEDNESDAY THE ELEVENTH DAY OP
MARCH. 1936. Chevrolet Coach. Motor No.
2363033, seized and levied upon as the
property of the defendant. Heischel A.
Hunter, and sold to satisfy a tudgmen? at
law No. 80690. in favor of Northwestern
Trust Company, a corporation.
JOHN B COLPOYS.
United States Marshal in and
for the District of Columbia.
_fe36-mh4.JO
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS^
1431 EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OP VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE. IMPROVED BY TWO-STORY
BRICK-AND-STONE EUILDING. OCCU
PIED BY UNITED STATES GOVERN
MENT AS A BRANCH POST OFFICE.
KNOWN AS PREMISES 1440 U*
STREET N.W.: ALSO. 4-STORY
BRICK BUILDING USED AS A STOR
AGE WAREHOUSE KNOWN AS PREM
ISES 1438 "IT” STREET N W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
duly recorded in Liber No. 6451. folio *157
et seq.. of the land records of the Dis
trict of Columbia, and at the request of
the party secured thereby, the undersigned
trustee will sell at public auction in front
of the premises, on THURSDAY THE
FIFTH DAY OF MARCH AD 1036. AT
THREE-THIRTY O'CLOCK PM. the fol
lowing-described land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and desig
nated as and being lots fifty-nine «50» and
sixty (60) in M. A. Winter and G. W
Faris* subdivision of lots in square two
hundred and five (305). as per plat re
corded in Liber No. 4(> folio 119. of the
records of the office of the surveyor of the
District of Columbia The west twenty
120) feet front on "U” street bv depth of
one hundred and ten <llu> feet of lot
fifty-nine (59» is subject to the con
dition in deed for said west twenty
(20) feet to Winter and Paris, re
1X1 I! fr.Un *1 - •> r,4
land records of the District of Columbia,
that said west twenty <‘!0) feet shall not
be used either as a public or private alley
through to *U” street, but so much of
the south end of said strip mav be used for
alley purposes as is necessary to furnish
a convenient entrance to the rear of the
building contemplated to be erected on
the said strip and adjoining property,
provided, however, the portion so used is
dedicated for alley purposes.
Teims of sale: One-fifth of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, balance
in four eaual installments, payable in one.
two. three and four years with interest at
« per centum per annum, payable quarter
ly from day of sale, secured by first deed of
trust upon the property sold, or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. A deposit
of 5*10.000 will be required at time of sale
Examination of title, conveyancing, record
ing. revenue stamps, etc., at cost of pur
chaser. Terms of sale to be complied with
within 30 da vs from day of sale, other
wise the trustee reserves the right to for
feit said deposit or to resell the property
at the risk and cost of defaulting pur
chaser. upon the foregoing terms after five
days' advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington. D. C.
or with or without forfeiting the deposit
the trustee may avail itself of any legal or
equitable right* against the defaulting
»urchaser^MERicAN SECURITY AND
TRUST COMPANY. Trustee.
Bv WM L BEALE. Vice President.
(Seal.) Attest:
A H. SHILLINGTON.
Assistant Secretary.
fe'M -riA-dsexSu _____
THUS. J. OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS,
1431 EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE FOUR
STORY BRICK AND STONE BUSI
NESS PROPERTY BEING KNOWN
AS PREMISES NO SIT FOURTEENTH
STREET NORTHWEST
By virtue of a certain deed of trust_.
duly recorded in Liber No 5830. (olio 145
et seq . of the land records of the District
of Columbia, and at the request of the
party secured thereby the undersigned
u unices v» jji otii €»K Muvm « V. V Iw*-. • »* - ■.. \ V,
of the premises on THURSDAY. THE
FIFTH DAY OF MARCH AD 1936. AT
FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK P M the follow
ing-described land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and designated
as and being part of original lot 15 in
square 250 described as follows: Begin
ning for the same at the southwest corner
of said lot on Fourteenth street west, and
running thence northerly along the east
line of said street 22 feet thence easterly
"5 feet, thence southerly 22 feet, and then' e
westerly along the south line of said lot
75 feet to the place of beginning. With use
of an alley 3 feet wide as means of access
to said lot.
Terms of sale: One-fourth of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash balance in
three equal installments, payable in one.
two and three years with interest at five
per centum per annum payable semi
annually from day of sale secured by
first deed of trust upon the property sold,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser.
A deposit of $2,500 will be required at
time of sale in cash or certified check All
conveyancing recording revenue stamps,
etc. at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale
to be compiled with within thirty days
from day of sale otherwise the trustees
reserve the rlRht to resell the property at
the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser,
after five days’ advertisement of such
resale in some newspaper published In
Washington D C
WILLIAM J FLATHER. Jr..
JAMES J. BECKER,
Trustees.
feS.fl.R.11^13 15 17 19 21 24.26.28.mh2.4.5
ADAM A. WESCHLER & SON, Auctioneers.
Trustee’s Sale of Valuable
Business Property, Two
Story Brick Building, No.
909 Twelfth Street North
west.
By virtue of a deed of trust recorded in
Liber No. H663. folio 43 et seq . one of the
land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of party secured thereby,
the undersigned trustee will offer for sale
by DUbllc auction, in front of premises, on
WEDNESDAY THE FOURTH DAY OF
MARCH. 1936. AT THREE - THIRTY
O'CLOCK PM., the following-described
property in the District of Columbia, to
wit: Part of original lot 5 in square 317.
described as follows: Beginning for the
same at the southwest corner of said lot
and running thence north with the line of
Twelfth street 16 feet, thence east 67 feet
to the line of an alley 3 feet wide, thence
south on said alley 16 feet thence west
67 feet to Twelfth street and the place of
beginning.
Terms of sale: Cash. A deposit of $1,000
required of purchaser at sale. Examina
tion of title, conveyancing, recording, reve
nue stamps and notarial fees at cost of
purchaser Terms to be complied with
within thirty days from day of sale, other
wise trustee reserves the right to resell
property at risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser after five days' advertisement
of such resale In some newspaper published
in Washington. D C . or deposit may be
forfeited or without forfeiting deposit
trustee may avail itself of any legal or
equitable rights against defaulting pur
chaser
THE MUNSEY TRUST COMPANY.
Trustee.
By C. H. POPE.
Vice President.
(SealT Attest:
T. C WILLIS. Secretary.
fe2Q.24.26.2S.mh2.3_
ADAM A .WESCHLER & SON. Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES SALE OF VALUABLE IM
PROVED REAL ESTATE. TWO-STORY
BRICK DWELLING AND METAL GA
RAGE. NO. 1318 "B" STREET S.E.
By virtue of a deed of trust, recorded
in Liber No. 5507. folio 341 et seq.. one
of the land records of the District of Co
lumbia. and at, the request of party secured
thereby, the undersigned surviving trust!e
will offer for sale by public auction. In
front of premises, on FRIDAY. THE SIXTH
DAY OF MARCH. 1936. AT FOUR
THIRTY O'CLOCK P.M. the following
described property In the District of Co
lumbia. to-wlt: Lot 93 in Walter E. Wright
and Frank E. Hopkins' subdivision of lots
in square 1037. as per plat recorded in
Book 34. page 144 in the office of the sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
Terms of sale: One-fourth of the pur
chase money to be paid In cash, balance
in equal Installments, represented by
promissory notes of purchaser payable in
1. 2 and 3 years, with interest at 6 per
cent per annum from day of sale, payable
semi-annually, secured by first deed of
trust upon property sold, or all caslv at
option of purchaser. A deposit of $100
required of purchaser at sale. Examina
tion of title, conveyancing, recording reve
nue stamps and notarial fees at cost of
purchaser. Terms to be complied wltn
within 30 days from day of sale, otherwise
trustee reserves the right to resell prop
erty at risk and cost of detailing pur
chaser. after 5 days' advertisement of such
resale in some newspaper ..published in
Washington. D. C.. or deposit may be for
feited. or without forfeiting deposit trustee
mav avail himself of any legal or equitable
rights against defaulting purchaser,
rignia aaa. GEORGB M emmERICH.
1 Surviving Trustee.
(•a&.S6.27.Z8.2S-mh2.3.«.6.a
—.. —
AUCTION SALES—FUTURE DATS. I
C. O. SLOAN & CO.. INC. AUCTIONEERS.
715 llith ST. N.W.
SALE OF PERSONAL EFFECTS AND
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR STORAGE
CHARGES.
Notice is hereby given that, on SATUR
DAY. MARCH SEVENTH. lfi.iti. AT TEN
O CLOCK A M., there will be sold at public
auction. In the auction rooms of C O.
Sloan Sc Co.. Inc.. ?lft 1:5th at. n.w..
Washington D. C.. to enforce liens for
storage charges, etc., due and unpaid, all
household goods, personal effects, etc. on
storage with the Security Storage Com
pany in the names of Mr A. N O Arm
strong. boxes, trunks, suit case, folding
card table, etc.; Mr. Arthur Baker and
Mr. Arthur Baker, ir.. Cadillac sedan: Mr.
Louis G. Bates, contents of cold storage
drawer: Mr. Harry L. Britton and Mrs /I
Marion L. Miies, lamps, leather dining
room chairs, davenport, etc : Mrs. Thelma
P. Coiner chiffonier, drop-leaf table, end
table, etc.: Colonel Constant Cordier. one
trunk said to contain silverware; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank P. Crowley, miscellaneoua
household goods and six domestic and four
Chinese rugs: Mr. and Mrs. E. Gerber,
painting, cane seat chairs, cartons, barrels,
suit case, etc : Miss Jennie Griswold,
trunks, boxes, chests, folding table, pictures
and paintings, etc.; Mrs. Arthur S. Hen
derson. one trunk; Mrs. Florence Joynes.
one trunk; Mr. John Kirby, one box and
two packages in paper. Mrs. W. R Logan,
leather seat chair, pasteboard boxes, chest,
etc.; Mr. Megill Lyons, doll baby carriage:
Mr. and Mrs. James P. McCeney. dining
room furniture, chairs, lamps, chiffonier,
etc.: Mr. and Mrs. Cole E. Morgan, miscel
laneous household goods, boxes, table,
etc • Mrs. Margaret W. Myer. wooden bed
parts and sideboard: Mrs Raymond J.
Norton, one rue: Mrs. Frederick A. Park
burst. one trunk said to contain silver
ware and twenty-seven rugs: Mr and Mrs.
C. L. Roark, one mattress, wrapped: Mr.
J. E. Shatford. two crates and two boxes:
Mrs A. G. Shrnnplin. contents of three
“lift” vans: Mr. Collin Stevens, one trunk,
valued at 8”no: Mr. H. C. Stoddart. radio* 4
bed. table, pictures, andirons. Are stand,
household goods, etc Mr. and Mrs. S O.
Wall, miscellaneous household goods, pic
tures. rugs, upholstered sofa and chairs, etc.:
Mr. Charles Warren, contents of one trunk:
valued at 8100: Mrs. M. A. Weller, miscel
laneous household goods and furniture
and nine rugs: Mr. Otis H. W’ood. electric
refrigerator, ice (ream cans, etc : Mr.
C. F. Woodall, vanitv dresser and mirror,
cedar chest, corner shelf, tea wagon, etc.;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R Wright tr.
miscellaneous household goods and furni
ture. Stieff upright piano, etc.. Mrs. A. B.
Wygal. two trunKs.
SECURITY STORAGE COMPANY.
CHAS. P. RAVENBURG. Secretary,
f e IX 2K__
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
ZONING COMMISSION-D. C WASHING
ington. February 14th 193fi.—In ac
coroance with the provisions of Section 3
of an Act of Congress approved March 1.
Ih20 (Public No 153 00th Congresa) en
titled "An Act to regulate the height area
and use of buildings in rhe District of
Columbia and to create a Zoning Commis
sion and for other purposes.’ notice is
hereby given hat a public hearing will be (
held in the Board Room of the District
Building beginning at 2:00 P M . Thursday
February 2Uh 1030 for the purpose of
considering the following proposed changes
in the Zoning Regulations of the District
of Columbia, to wit: Add after the defi
nition ot "Lot” in Section I a new defini
tion to read: Lot. alley: A lot facin'? or
abutting an alley, but at no point facing
or abutting a street ” Add a new para
graph at the end of "Section II.—Use dis
tricts' to read: "The A’ restricted. A
semi-restricted, and 'B' restricted area d>*
tricts shall also be construed as use
tricts. See Sections XIV. XV (a). XV <o>.
and XVI (a) ” Amend Paragraph 2. Sec
tion III—Residential district, to read:
*2 Apartment houses, flats and tenements
in ♦lie A’ B C\ and D* area districts,
and in the B’ restricted area districts as
provided «n Section XVI <a> ” Amend Para
graph 3. Section III—Residential district,
to read "3 Hotels in the 'B' *C and 'D
area districts." Amend Paragraph 4. Sec
tion III —Residential district, to read:
"4. Lodging or boarding houses in the *A\
B B restricted C’ and ‘D’ area dis
tricts." Amend Paragraph fl. Section III.
—Residential district, to read: ‘*5 Private
clubs, fraternities, and lodges in the A’.
•B’ C’. and D area districts, except those
the chief activity of which Is a service cus
tomarily carried on as a business.” Amend
Paragraph 7 Section III to read: ”7. Hos
pitals. sanitariums and clinics for human
beings in the A” B ‘C'. and ‘D* area
di tricts.” Amend Paragraph 10. Section
III. to read ‘To. Farms, truck gardens,
nurseries, and greenhouses, except in the
*A‘ restricted area district.” Amend Para
graph 11. Section III. to read: "11. Sand,
gravel or clay pits, except in the ‘A’ re
stricted area district.” Amend Paragraph
12 Se tion III. to read: "12. Accessory
buildings and uses customarily incidental
to any of the above uses, when located on
the same lot with such uses, and includ
ing" Amend Paragraph 12. (c). Section
III. to read: A private garage located
in a fireprool compartment within, adjoin
ine. or forming an addition to a building,
or both proviced that the total private
earage storage facilities on any one lot
shall not exceed 800 square feet in area ”
Amend Paragraph 12 <d>. Section III to
read: *‘<d- A private garage located in the
r°ar yard with a building and not less
than 10 feet from any point of such build
ing nor less than 30 feet from any street
line; provided that the total private garage
storage facilities on any one lot shall not
exceed 800 square feet in area ” Add a
new Paragraph 12. <e) Section III. to read:
“<*) A pubhc storage garage in an apart
ment house when the floor area of such
earage does not exceed one-fourth of the
total floor area designed for use or usea
by the tenants: provided the vehicular
entrances and exits are located 75 feet or
mo e back of the building line of the near
est street, or are so located that danger
ous traffic or otherwise objectionable condi
tions. as may be determined by tne Com
missioners of the District of Columbia, will
not b' created." Amend Paraeraph 13.
Section III. to read: ”13 A private garage
above uses ana housing not more than
two motor driven vehicles, nor exceeding
400 square feet in area, if located 50 fee:
or more Dack of the building line of the
nearest street and abutting and oDenine
directly upon a public alley.” Strike out
Paragraph 14. Section III. and substitute
a new paragraph 14. to read: ‘*14 A
public storage earace. or the temporary
parking of motor vehicles on an alley lot.
so .ecorded on the records of the Surveyor.
District of Columbia January 1st. 1928.
when no part of such garage or the space
for such parkine is located within 75 feet
of any street building line, and when ve
hicular entrances and exits open directly
o.i a niiolic alley/' Strike out entire
Paragraph 15 Section III. Rpnumber Para
graph 16. Section III. as Paragraph 15:
Paragraph 17. as Paragraph 16: ana Para
graph 19 as Paragraph 18 Amend and
renumber Paragraph 18. Section III. to
read. 17 A specific first commercial or
second commercial use on an alley lot.
so rrcoided on the records of the Surveyor
; of the District of Columbia. January 1st.
1928. when approved by the Zoning Com
mission after public hearing.” Substitute
an entire new Section IV to read: Section
IV —First commercial district—“In the
first commercial district all buildings and
premises, except as otherwise provided in
these regulations may be used for any use
permitted in the residential district or for
any other use except the following: 1.
Baker* employing more than 5 persons. 2.
Blacksmith or horseshoeing establishment.
3 Bottling works. 4. Bowling alley if lo
cated within 200 feet of a residential dis
trict. r> Building material storage yard.
6. Carting, express, hauling or storage
yard. 7. Contractor’s Plant or storage
yard. 8. Cooperage. 9 Dyeing and clean
ing works employing more than 5 persons.
10 Fuel yard 11. Ice plant or storage
house of mere than 5 tons capacity. 12.
Laundry employing more than 5 persons.
13 Lumber yard. 14. Machine shoo. 15.
Milk distributing station other than a
1 retail business conducted on the premises.
16 Public stable or riding academy. 17.
Stone yard. 18 Storage or baling of
scrap paper, rags, or junk 19. Storage of
abandoned motor vehicles building mate
; rials, or other debris. 20. Undertakinf
establ.shment crematory, or funeral parlor,
if rncated within 300 feet of the street
j frontaee of property zoned for residential
l use 21 Uses excluded from the second
| con mercial district. 22. Warehouses, not
I including household storage. 23 Any kind
I of manufacture or treatment other than
manufacture or treatment of products
ilearly incidental to the conduct of a retail
business on the premises. Provided: Print
ing shops and the publishing of newspapers
shall not be prohibited in the first commer
cial district. 24. That hereafter no automo
bile repair hop. public service garage, or
gasoline or oil service station shall be
established or enlarged in the first com
mercial district if any portion of any
street frontage of the building or premises
so to be used shall be opposite a residential
district measured at right angles to the
intervening street, or if any portion of the
building or premises so to be used would be
located within 25 feet of a residential dis
trict. or if the location of the same is not
approved bv the Commissioners of the
District oi Columbia Before such location
shall be approved, the Commissioners shall
find m that no dangerous or otherwise
objectionable traffic condition may result;
(2) that the city plan or the present char
acter or future development of public or
privatt property in the vicinity will not
be adversely affected in a substantial de
gree: (3> that such location is not in such
proximity to a school, church or hospital
as to adversely affect the public conven
ience. interest or safety Before making
such flindi.ios the Commissioners shall
submit the application to the National
Capital Park and Planning Commission
and the Director of Traffic for report/*
“In the first commercial district the fol
lowing uses are permitted: (a) Public stor
age garaee. <b) Temporary parking of mo
tor vehicles on vacant lots, if no repairing
or servicing is permitted and no gasoline.
011 or grease is sold (c) Private garages
housing not more than 4 motor vehicles
and not exceeding 800 square feet In area.
If loca'ed 50 feet or more back of the front
'building line of the nearest street and If
oneninz and abutting directly on a public
alley; provided, thpt if the garaee Is appur
tenant to a dwelling the regulations rela
tive to the residential district under Sec
tion III shall apply. <dl A specific second
commercial use on an alley lot so recorded
on the records of the Surveyor of the Dis
trict of Columbia January 1 1928 when
aonrovea by the Zoning Commission after
public hearing.” "The Commissioners of
the District of Columbia may permit car
ba ns, bus terminals, electric sub-stations,
and other nubile utility uses, not includln*
steam cower plants, to be erected, estab
lished or extended in the first commercial
district when. In the judgment of the Pub
lic utilities Commission, necessary to the
public convenience and welfare.” Amend
Paragraph 13. Section XIII.— Height dis
trict exceptions, to -eao: ”13. In the 80
foot 'C' area district on streets 110 feet
or more In width, buildings may be erected
to any height not to exceed 90 feet, nor
more than 8 stories In height, provided
that for each ft feet, or fraction thereof,
above 00 feet the allowable lot occupancy
shall be reduced by 4 per cent of the total
lot area, and provided further, that such
buildings shall have a side yard on each
side, and that the waiver contained in
Paiagraph 1 Section XIX. shall not apply.
No Dart of a building erected under the
provisions of this paragraph, and designed
for use or used for commercial purposes,
shall occupy a greater percentage of tba
lot area than the provision of this para
graph -xnressly provides." Strike out tha
fourth paragraph Section XXII—Qenetal
■rovisions DAN I. SULTAN. M. C HAZEW,
CEO E ALLEN. DAVID LYNN ARNO B.4
CAMMERER Zoning Commission of tha
iLstrict of Columbia. fel7-d*a-40t
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As the four Intended victims of the cannibals were
making their last stand, Dick suddenly exclaimed:
“Golly! Here come a million more of the beggars!"
Sure enough, from the forest, with plumes waving,
came a veritable horde of mighty warriors, savage
and grim.
“They not Bagallal” shouted Ukundo, weeping for
joy; "they Waziri, faithful warriors of Tarzan,
mighty Lord of the Jungle.” Tarzan’s Waziri 1 The
boys were speechless with wonder and delight. The
Waziri were coming to save them—but Tarzan, alas,
was not there.
At sight of Tarzan’s company, the ranks of the
Bagalla were thrown into confusion. They forgot
their prey and thought only of escape. Like fright
ened rabbits they scurried for the Jungle, pursued
by the Waziri warriors, who showered arrows and
spears among them.
“We’re saved! We're saved! I can hardly believe
it,” exclaimed Dick Joyously. At that moment, the
two boys were seized suddenly and simultaneously
from behind in vise-like grips. Each looked down
and saw himself encircled by beastly, terrifying,
hairy arms 1

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