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Cm NmI—*16,250 Jn one of the loveliest residential section* of Northwest Washinaton. this eharmlna center-hall planned residence affords every modern con venience at a very' lair price, in cludes larae livina room with wood burnina fireplace, deliehtful screened porch overiookina aarden, ist-floor paneled den, dinina room, all-elec trie kitchen. 3 lovely briaht bed rooms and Z bath* on 2nd floor; stairway to -storaae attic. Home fully insulated, weatheratnpoed and eouioped with storm windows; built in earaee. Owner can yive imme diate possession. 6654 Bornoby St. N.W. I Open Sunday 10 A.M. to g P.M. out Conn. A tie., turn riobt on Sebraskc Ave. to Utah Ave . left on Utah to JSarnaby St., right to home. FRANK S. PHILLIPS Kirlatitr Agent •27 15th St. N.W. m. j4» i REAL ESTATE LOARS FIRST TRUSTS to finance or refinance homes in the District or nearby Moryland ond Virginia. Currant Rate* Straight Loan* or Monthly Payment* LINCOLN national bank 7th tr D Sts. N.W. 17th tr H Sts. N.W. jl—-— IOpen Sunday, 1 to 6 ^ 4222 17tK SI. N.W. | SI 8,500 I rterached. center entrance p plan 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, a large porch, sun room, hut- s ler's pantry, finished attic, a maid's room. Complete hath w in basement., automatic heat. H Venetian blinds, 2-car de- 0 cached garage; beautifully P landscaped lot. In new a house condition rcj ACT IMMEDIATEI.V jr HARRY DRE1SEN NA. 7772 TA 6902 - Argyle Park i ! 8 Rooms, 2 Bothy Lot 108 Ft Wide j 1611 Crittenden i Individually designed, center ! ball planned, overlooking spa | cious side grounds; has living I room, dining room, kitchen and riled sunroom on 1st- floor. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths on 2nd; fin ished attic, oil heat : maid's room and hath in basement; 2-car i garage. Remarkably fine value I ! between Blagden Ave and 16th | ! St Open Sunday Afternoon i L T. Gravatte ! 7*9 j.Nth Rtaltor NA. 0763 ) __"_ INSTITUTIONS OF AMERICAN TRADITION A timber hour The CARNEGIE LIBRARIES Handicapped early in his own life. Andrew Carnegie was determined to aid others in overcom ing obstacles blocking their ambitions In en dowing great libraries, he turned to practical pub lic use his fabulous ac cumulation of monev. COLUMBIA FEDERAL overcomes the dig obstacle blocking your ambition to own a home finances! Its accumulation of funds is ready to mSke it easier for you to gel a home ' loan Columbia Federal's low interest, rates and ex- i tended payments make : i home ownership easy as home rental. Ask us to day. Assrtsjnerls anil In *nranrc May Be Included in Mcnthl^ lean Payment*. COLUMBIA FEDERAL Savings & Loan Association 716 1 1th $t. N.W. HAtienol 6543 Construction Permits For Week Led by ;$350,C33 Garage ! Building permits issued this week for the District totaled less than ! $500,000 with the largest being for a garage to be built at 1345 New York avenue N.E. According to the records of Rob ert H. Davis, District building in spector, the place will cost $350,000. Officials of the Greyhound Garage of Washington, Inc., listed as own ers. expect It will be readv for use j early in January, The Cummins 'Construction Co. of Baltimore is the builder. Rolden F. Dressier. Chi cago. is the architect. The one and two story brick building will be used as a service station for the com pany's buses here. S. Building permits of $300 or more i issued this week included the fol lowing: Tl H. W. Pike. 3201 Twelfth street. ;N.E.. owner; G. S. Castle Roofing and Construction Co.. 4110 Fortieth street, Brentwood. Md„ builder; to cover brick wall with asbestos sid ling. 3201 Twelfth street N.E.; to cast $325, I Ostrau <fc Glassman. 1117 Vermont avenue N.W.; a. Abel Co., 1625 |K street N.W., builder; A. S, J. At kinson, 3801 Macomb street N.W.; replace black glass panel in front of building, 1331-35 U street N.W to cost $2,000. Mary T. Wolfe. 2300 G street N.W.. |owner and builder; to erect two 1 story brick additions to dwellings. 618-20 Twenty-third street NW ■ to .cost $1,500. Archibald Fletcher. 1620 First street N.W.. owner; John H. Collins i 1832 Eighteenth street N W., build er; Peter Remsen. 7332 Piney Branch road, Takoma. Md.. arch!-1 I; tect; to build mezzanine of brick wall supports, 1620 First street N W • I to cost *1,000. jj R. W. Cummings, 3338 Baker • street N.E.. owner and builder; to erect one cinder block private ga i rage, 3338 Baker street N.E.; to cost ; $300. || G p Marshall, 2801 Rock Creek j drive N.W, owner; O. C. Wohtee i muth. jr, McLachlen building, builder; to erect one 2-slorv brick addition to 2801 Rock Creek drive to cost *1,960 W. R Broadus. 5025 C street S E owner and builder: H. W Turner 510 M street N.W,, architect; to' ! erect, one l-.storv frame dwelling. : c street S.E ; to cost *800. j: Robert Pearson. 2409 Randolph' street. N.E, owner; National Engi neering Co, Tower Building, build-' er; Marcus Halleit, 6525 Pinev Blanch road N.w., architect: to in stall bath and partitions in attic I 2409 Randolph street N.E.; to cost $400. „H B and Sophie H. Hirsch. 4410 Georgia avenue N.W.. owners and' builders: 1, W. Giles, 4428 Hunt place N.Er. build one 2-story brick and I cinder block addition, 4410 Georgia1 j,avenue N.W.; to cost $5,000. ] D. Loughran Co.. Inc.. 402 Eleventh 0Wner: Henrv Marshall '7 » K street N.W. builder: Maishall & Gongtter. architects- to construct alley bridge connecting i I --- -: WHY SOT? •s the time to ho SOME 'POST WAR PLANNING" E O R TOFRSFLF MAKE PLANS NOW FOR TOI' R EUTl'RE HOME IK AURORA HILLS Restrieied and Improved." Buv I „_„ v o ii r hnmriilf no» on ■ convenient Domini plan Gel Abend of fulur, delava. readv to hi,lid THAT HOME of il'Joi I-*r*' Ponded tola from Jne’/o,,D- ,m*" ,a,h *'" venire °nc for vou 'J'SK FOR BOOKLET AURORA HILLS OFFICE I ' *• Arlintton Rider Rd. Arlmrton. V*. REALTOR HONORED - Claud Livingston, retiring president of the Washington Real Estate Board, is shown receiving a testi monial from N. C. Hines as the new president, Homer Phillips, gets ready to take the gavel. The testimonial was given at a dinner Thursday night in the sapphire room of the Mayflower Hotel. - Star Staff Photo. 'with Washington Post Building, 1345 E street N.W.; to cost, $2,000. Highland Farms Milk Co.. 1615 First street S.W.. owner and build er; raise roof and add second floor. '1615 First street N.W.; lo cast, $835. j Bruno Quondro Joseph Guido, 4701-03 Tenth street N.E.; John Greco, 4706 Tenth street N.E., build jer; to build private garage 4701-3 Tenth street N.E.; to cost $400. j J. O. Corner. 1229 Good Hope road S.E., owner; N Tabor, 1420 Irving street N.W.. builder; to build one 2-story brick addition. 1229 Good . Hope road S.E.; to cost $900. Nick Mazzela. 9 Randolph place N.W. owner and builder; replaster inside new claset.s and other re pairs. 2836 Myrtle avenue N.E.; to , cost $350. Hotel Statler Co.. 1001 Sixteenth street. N.W.. owner and builder; Nor man L Roddy, 1710 Webster strpet N.W., architect; to construct mezza nine floor between basement, and first floor. 1001 Sixteenth street N.W.; to cast SI,450. Stone Paper Tube Co . 910 Frank lin street N.E.. owner: J. H. De Veau <fc Son, 6515 Brookeville road. Chevy Chase. Md ; F. C. Almiral. 5044 Millwood lane N.W.. architect; install locker room and toilets, 910 Franklin street N.E.: to cost $3,000 Dr. L. F. Kebler. 1322 Park road N.W , owner; Bruno Bros., 49 K street. N.W. builder; one D. C. standard fire escape, 1322 Park road N.W ; to cost. $444. Milton Diener 1221 Twenty second street N.W owner and build er; Leslie Branson. 1729 Eighth street. N.W. to make repairs 1223 Twenty-second street N.W • to cost $1,500. Eastern Star Home owner; Gold-, en Shipp. Riverdale. Md . build er; to reduce size of brick storage shed. 1234 Eighth street, N.W.; to cost $300 DETACHED Brick House 2 Years Old Close to Kenwood VACANT $11,450 5509 Glenbrook Rd. This modern brick house has fi room' and bath with (res heat 'nd is located on level lot SOxlOP. It is only about, a block from bus transportation on Bradley blvd.. west of Wisconsin ate. Open Sunday 1 1 to 6 Drrections' Out Wise me to Rrad lev bird . }ert tr first street beyond the under pn ss. then left to house Wm. H. Saunders Co.. Inc. RF.AI.TORS 01. 1015 1519 K St N.W /■ $12,500—Chevy Chase, D. C. '\ 3907 Huntington St. N.W. ! Nenr Alice Deol ond Woodrow Wilson High Schools Spacious living room with fireplace—large dining room | Hbrarv or bedroom -1st floor lavatory—kitchen 4 bed rooms Storage attic with heat. GENERAL ELECTRIC OIL FURNACE Garage. 75' lot, setting of shade trees. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Open Sunday, 11 to 6 P .M. Zo., Inc A DELIGHTFUL BRICK HOME IN INDIAN SPRING CLUB ESTATES *10,250 Open Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 110 GRAMVILLE DR. Out On. A»e. to Colesvillr. F d .. right on Coles wlie Fd. to Has tings Ave.. right to Granville Rd.. right to home. I Less than three years old, in perfect condition, on level j lot 60x100, this charming home offers 3 large bedrooms, ! tiled bath, large living room, dining room, lovely kitchen I • with breakfast alcove, air-conditioned gas heat, built-in ' garage. 1 1 \ blocks to direct transportation, 5 minutes to Silver Spring shopping areo. FRANK S. PHILLIPS j Ifielinjfn Arenl) l“l I To Discuss Period Rooms Ruth Kain, lecturer, will describe period room furnishings daily from Tuesday to Friday, at. the Mayer Furniture Co. Miniature models to be shown were designed by Mrs. James Ward Thorne, whose crea tions have been displayed at three World's Fairs. Showings will be at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily in the eighth floor auditorium. Treatment Saves Metal Wood, pressure treated with chemical salts io prevent, decay, is being used widely for window sashes where metal was formerly considered a necessity. Nr. D. C. Line & Wi*. Ave. H 0,250 r> room brick colonial, screened porch finished basement w»th fire place. fenced in int. White Brick Colonial M 5,000 Center hall through 7 rooms ? baths. screened oorch garage, wooded lot, Kenwood area. $12,600 Brick Colonial larRp rooms. 7 bath', screened porch, attached garage, recreation j room, wooded lot. les* than -l years old Best of condition Bethesda area \ real bur at this price. For Information on 7'heae and Other Honaea Call Northwest Realty OL. (5867 Industrial Realty Group Opens Conference Nov. 15 The Society of Industrial Realtors which meets November 15 at Cleve land in connection with the “war conference” of the National Associa tion of Real Estate Boards, reported today that the first day will be de voted to a governing council meeting with Bethel T. Hunt presiding? Tuesday I. >. MacCauley, vice president of the Reynolds Metals Co will discuss aluminum production. George Bryant, president of. the Austin Co., will talk about postwar designs, locations and industrial con struction. Other speakers -will include Elmer Lindseth, vice president of the Cleve land Electric Illuminating Co., who will talk about industrial realty problems now developing and ex pected in the future, and a group to be named later who will participate! in panel discussions. Moderators in- j elude Orlo Montague and Henry W. Merrill. Brush Manufacturers Provide Cleaner Service Brush manufacturers are buying up old paint brushes through Their, dealers, removing and cleaning the bristles and making them up intoj new brushes. Others are providing' a. cleaning and reconditioning serv ice and will return the brushes! to painters. With genuine hog bristles a rare j commodity in wartime, the salvage of old paint brushes has become; an important factor in saving materials which are irreplaceable for the duration and probably for an indefinite time thereafter. ! » LOVELY HOME jj 1*5915 16th St. N.W. !| This ottroctive detached brick home in the Upper 16th St. g( section hos 10 rooms, 3 boths, S 1st fl lov., 2 - cor brick qoroqe. fwj Priced low enough for on in - E vestment or o home ExcaUont C and it ion Open Sunday 2 to 6 P.M. J. Wcsiay Buchanan Realtor wj 1732 K $». N.W. Mft. 1143 ig* 6414—Meadow Lane, Chevy Chase, Md. $17,500 Beautiful renter-boll four-bedroom, two-both borne. Brick. in the I heart of the finest residential section of Chevy Chase Marylond. 1; Mid wav between the Chew Chase Club onp Columbia Country Club. This home wos built bv one of the finest builders who hudt exclusively in this section. The house »s approximately seven veors nid ond wos built at n time when the finest material wos ovoiloblr The house is now too lorge tor the owner nnd if you ore interested in the purchase of a real home, this is on oppor tunity that '’Ou should not pass up. Open Saturday tx Sunday, 1 to 6 P.M. Out Conn. Are.. I block, beyond Chevy Chase Club, to Meadow Lave E. M. FRY, Inc. 7240 Wisconsin Ave. WI 6740 —-—-—-—— -- Save “puel... /!TORM SASH A I STEEL CASEMENTS) n ■ .^mmm| [SO SAFE AND ^ Add winter comfort, reduce con- li zacw T/l IkJPTAt / densation on windows with new CM? /(/ INblAU Easy-Set Storm Sash, less than OH THE fNS/DE! half the cost of former types. Top quality, attractively-stained wood frames, neatly glazed and wool felt-stripped. Put them up yourself on the inside—no clips or screws. Bring or phone sizes of your steel casements—any make. $HCA lor a typical window /DU 34'x50'. Other sizes / 1 correspondingly low M priced. Complete, ftt ■ tod, ready to pot up. SEE YOUR STORM SASH DEALER OR RARBER & ROSS CO. 5th ond V Sts. N.E. DEcotur 0501 EISINGER MILL & LUMBER CO 7240 Wisconsin A *e. Bethesdo, Md. Wisconsin 6300 HECHINGER CO 15th ond H Sts. N.E. ATIontic 1400 1905 Nichol A*e. S.E. ATIontic 5600 5925 Georgio Ave. N.W. GEorgo 4600 THE LANGDON MILLWORK CO. 2150 Bryont St. N.E, Michigan 2321 MURPHY & AMES, INC. 1820 N, Port Myer Drive Arlington, Vo CHestnut 111 R ROBINSON, INC. 2301 Pennsylvania Ave. S.E. PRonklin 6500 SILVER SPRING BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Silver Spring, Md. SHepherd 2300 DETROIT STEEL PRODUCTS CO., 4th and Channing Sts. hl.E. Warehouse E—Phone: HObort 8195 Tower Bldg., 14th ond K Sts. N.W. Phone NAt.onol 0442 Maryland Estate Of 273 Acres Sold To District Man Hllden in Anne Arundel County. Md.. has been sold by John W. Slocombe, Washing ton, to Robley E. Dickerson of this city. It contains 273 acres and farm Improvements and was sold through Theodore F. Menk. Sheridan Point, well known Calvert County estate on the Patuxent River, has been sold by the Washington Institute of Technology to J A. Watson of Washington and Silver Spring. Charles E. Riordan represented the owners in the sale of the 205-acre property. Homewood Estate Sold Homewood, the 200-acre estate of Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich Dudley, at Middleburg, Va, has been pur chased by Mr. and Mrs. Birchard E. Wvatt, Coatesville, Pa. One of the attractive estates in the Pied mont Virginia hunt, country, the property was sold through Courtland H. Smith. Middleburg broker. Treatment Repels Fire A single basement door of fire proofed wood, 2>* inches in thick ness, can resist a fire of ],700 de grees Fahrenheit for one hour. , EISINGER _.wi. 63#* BETHESDA. MD DISPLAY BOOMS. «S40 WIS. AV*. NEARBY VIRGINIA COLONIAL PROPERTY 86-acre form, locoted 7 miles from Middleburg, Virgimo. 7 room stone house approximately I 50 yeors old. Center-holi | plan. Newly pointed born, chicken house, spring house with tenont quarters. 1 5 acres of original ook timber, orchard, six fenced fields, good posture land This property is in the heort of the hunt region. Price $9,750 Termt Con Be Arranged ♦ Unusual Opportunity te Buy Ideal Country Heme Modernized Colonial hrick, lo coted tn historic Fairfax County. 1 5 minutes from Washington on good road Ond 7 blocks from bus line. 7 large rooms, A bed rooms ond 2 boths. Four orig inal fireploces, oil burner, elec tric-hot-woter heoter, three-cor garage, chicken house, tenont house. 10’ 2 acres of ground 3 acres of which ore beautiful wood sond 3 acres ore fenced posture Large orcbord ond two springs.' Price $20,000 T*rm$ Can Be Arranged | Attractive Modern White Brick House Locoted in e beautiful settina of ook trees. 1 2-acre lot. Near good bus service. 7 rooms. Liv »rt9 room, dining room, kitchen, jj lovotorv on first floor. 3 bed rooms ond both on second floor. f Bu'lt-in garage ond side po^ch. Price $10,750 Tmrmr Con Be Arranged ❖ B. M. BRIDWELL R.*el Resale and Inmi F.aut Falla Church, Ta. Falla Church I&63 Falla Churrh ?7R* Fairfax Issues94 Buifding Permits in October Commissioner of Revenue James U. Kincheloe today reported that 94 building permits with an estimated valuation of $53,925 were issued in Fairfax County in October. Of this number, 58 permits were for new i construction, valued at $31,455, and 36 were for improvements, with val uation of $22,470. Deeds and deeds of trusts admitted to record in the county clerk's office for October were listed at 439, bring-1 ing the total number admitted to record this year to 4,520. as compared with 4.986 for the same period in 1942. County Clerk John M. Whalen said. FIRST TRUST LOANS A LOW COST LOAN PLAN, TO i U Y 0 R R E F I - NANCE YOUR HOME . DE SIGNED TO FIT YOUR INDI VIDUAL CASE . . . EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO. *16 14th STREET N.W. REpublic 6161 | 2800 CORTLAND PLACE N.W. j |; (ONE BLOCK NORTH OF CATHEDRAL AVE. AT 28th ST.) I , .M' '■* ' $18,750 A well located cloee-m detached house of six rooms. 3 baths. 3 porches and. deck, maid's room and bath and built-in qaraer The kitchen has just been remodeled and all equipment is brahd-new. This is an excellent address and Is a most convenient neighborhood. OPEN SUNDAY 11 to K P.M. DIRECTIONS Conn Arc Bus 1c Cathedral A' r ve*t to 2Kfh St , riQht one block to Cortland P’a'r W!H. H. SAUNDERS CO., inc. EXCLUSIVE SCENTS Dl 1015 REALTORS 1519 K S« N.W. | OWNER TRANSFERRED—IMMEDIATE SALE DESIRED—PRICED ACCORDINGLY i 1 I till - "Tft-VUM'init- liT - \ > ’ ~~rr': i 3252 North Abingdon St. Country Club Hills | A e/irhy I irgimtn t Most h rr/usivr ( nmmunttr j Adjoining the Wnshtngton (iolj £' (Country C.lph Here s an opportunity for a discriminating couple to secure a pr*c j ticallv new home with an ideal floor plan having 7 spacious rooms and 2'a baths, including large paneled library and half hath on first floor. Complete with maid's room and bath;*floored storage attic: finished game room; 2-car garage. Built of prewar materials onlv 2 years ago. Drive out and see a home that reallv has charm and individuality and located in the Spring Valley section of nearby Virginia, with an environ ment that offers the maximum in prestige and restrictions to insure a sound home investment. \ Open Sunday, 2 to 6 P.M. Tc reach—Oier Key Raider *qht ov Le» hiqhivai nr oyer \teiynrpl Rncor fuming right up the T" er to K*\ Bridge end right nn Lee highvnx *n first • traffic light r,ght on Cx'ebe ■r d to .«/ . jy st beyond clubhouse, r-gfit on S-Jnd, two squares to Abingdon st . iett one square to property 1 K. I*. Kit 1>1 HACK *S227ii*- ’ ' — - ■ -.. 1 --- 43.000 Square Fool of Roaiilifiillv I .and son pod (■rounds Corner of Brookside Drive and Chamberlin Avenue Unusual home built to order for present owner, containing many attractive fea tures Large drawing room with open fireplace, library, lavatory, dining room, on all General Electric kitchen and two servants' rooms and bath on the first floor. Four bedrooms ond two baths on the second floor. Lorge tiled sun deck with olmost complete privacy. Large recreation room with open fireplace in basement. The grounds contain some very fine old boxwood as well as unusually i fine trees ond other plantings. There is a lovely stone terrace with a vista view Two-car attached garage ond air conditioning with Generol Electric heatinq plant. OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 AM. TO 5:00 PM. Oyt Bradley Boulevard to the entrance to K rnwood. left 1 hlorh to j Chamberlin Ave.. right on Chamberlin Ave. to Brookside and property. Boss and Phelps Realtors Exclusive Agent*