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The Silver Spring Area
In 9100 Blk. Kingsbury Drive
In 800 Blk. N. Y. Ave.
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REAL ESTATE
LOANS
FIRST TRUSTS to finance
or refinance homes in the
District or nearby Maryland
and Virginia.
Current Rate*
Straight Loan* or Momthly
Payment*
LINCOLN
NATIONAL BANK
7th fir D St*. N.W.
17th fir H St*. N.W.
Clients
Waiting!!
The following are bona
fide inquiries we are now
trying to fill. If you have
a house that will meet any
of these requirements, we
would appreciate your
calling us immediately.
Foxhall Village
Wanted—A 6-room, t-bath. row
brick house. Pay up to *12.000
cash, depending upon size and con
dition.
Americon University Park
Wanted—A modern detached brick
home of 6 rooms and 2 baths. Pay
up to *17.000.
N.W. or Montgomery Co., Md.
Wanted—A detached 6-room brick
| house with 1 or 2 baths. Con
venient to transportation. Pay up
to *13.500.
Near Woodrow Wilson High
Wanted—3 or 1 bedroom detached
home. Does not have to be ultra
modern. Pay up to *18,500.
Near Immoculata Seminary
|1 Wanted—Modern brick home of 3
bedrooms. 2 baths, den and lava
!f tory. Pay up to *22.000.
I Spring Volley or Kent
Wanted—Modern home of at least
4 bedrooms, library, maid's quarters
and bath. Pay up to *30,000.
FRANK S. PHILLIPS
Realtor
927 1 5th St. Dl. 1411
OUTSTANDING
HOME VALUES
Near 7th & F Sts. N.E.
Arranged for 2 Families
Substantial row-brick. 6 large
rooms. 2 baths, full basement, oil
heat. Equipped for 2 families.
Completely redecorated. Don’t fall
to see this- outstanding value.
Near Capitol Hill
Substantial row brick. 8 large
rooms. <4 bedrooms), bath, h.-w.h.,
full basement, rear porches, etc.
Inspect at once.
13th St. N.W., near
Spring Rd.
i Semidetached brick, s large rooms.
bath, oil heat, full basement elec
! trie refrieerator. weather-stripped
and insulated Convenient to every
thing An immediate inspection will
S be justified. Possession at time of
settlement.
Shepherd St. Nr. Ga. Ave.
Semidetached brick home H rm..
j bath, hot-water heat; $7,950.
Near 1st & E Sts. S.E.
Ray window brick home. 0 rooms,
bath, hot-water heat, home in ex
, cellent condition. Price reasonable.
6th & Butternut St. N.W.
Beautiful detached corner home. 8
large rooms. (4 bedrooms) bath,
oil heat, 2-car garage, large lot 50x
115 ft. Can be seen at anytime.
Possession at time ol settlement.
615 M St. N.E.
Colonial brick. 6 large rooms, mod
: ern bath and shower, automatic
Z&S heat, large basement, nice yard,
etc. Priced right for auick sale.
Near 6th and
E. Capitol Sts.
This nice home of 9 rooms, hot
water heat and bath Priced right
for quick sale. Terms can be ar
ranged
Rhode Island Ave. Near
22nd St. N.E.
Fine Colonial brick home of •«
rooms, bath, hot-water heat. Douse
in fine condition. Priced to sell.
808 N. Capitol St. NA. 6730
Producers Council
Offers Suggestions
On Home Financing
The Producers Council, Inc., today
made four recommendations de
signed to streamline the procedure
for financing private residential
- construction after the war.
Irving W. Clark, chairman of the
council’s residential committee, listed
these suggestions:
That the Federal Housing Ad
, ministration be permitted to insure
I mortgages of single-family homes,
occupied by the owner, in amounts
up to 90 per cent of the appraised
value provided the appraisal does
not exceed, $7,000.
| _ Passage of State legislation per
mitting holders of trustee funds to
make direct investments in rental
housing under prescribed condi
tions.
Adoption of mortgage provisions
more favorable to borrowers.
Discontinuance “as soon as pos
sible” of Regulation W of the Fed
eral Reserve Board which restricts
the time allowed for repayment of
loans made for modernization and
repair of homes.
“The stringencies of the depres
sion years do not appear to be in
prospect for some time. Accord
ingly, there is no general need for
j providing additional financing in
! eentives. Instead, the need is to
i streamline financing procedures so
as to be sure that they are truly
sound and provide a check upon
unsound methods, both in financing
! and in construction,” Mr. Clark
;said.
The council is a national organi
zation of manufacturers of building
materials and equipment.
$681,893 for District
In Bill Before Senate
A total of $681,893.55 for the
District is included in a $399,223,
812 catch-all supplemental appro
priation bill awaiting action in the
Senate after passage by the House
yesterday.
Bulk of the District funds is ear
marked for school construction and
for planning and other preliminary
work in connection with projected
additional buildings at Gallinger
Municipal Hospital and at the Home
for the Aged and Infirm at Blue
Plains.
The measure provides $250,000 for
an addition to the Kimball School;
$167,500 for construction of a new
elementary school building near Fif
teenth and Hamlin streets N.E.;
$38,250 for preparation of plans for
a $650,000 pediatrics building and a
$200,000 laboratory building at Gal
linger Hospital: $170,000 for begin
ning construction of a new heating
plant and other improvements at
the Home for the Aged and Infirm:
$26,000 for preparation of plans for
new dormitories and other improve
ments at the District Training
School; $8,000 for preparation of
plans for a new refuse incinerator
to eliminate the burning of refuse
on the so-called Kenilworth dump;
$12,000 for a new children's receiving
home and classification center, and
other minor items.
A supplemental appropriation of
$286,626,583 for the Navy is included
in the bill. Approximately $16,000,
000 recommended for consumer
studies and surveys and expansion
of the agriculture census was elim
inated from the measure.
I*
House Report Bares
Costly 1941 Ship Deal
The United States Government
lost heavily on the Maritime Com
mission's investment in 10 ships,
averaging 24 years of age, which it
| bought in 1941 from the Southern
Pacific Co., the House Merchant
Marine Committee declared yester
day in a report on the transaction.
The commission, the report said,
paid $4,732,952 for the vessels, which
it bought virtually sight unseen,
and then was forced to spend $2,
653,611 for repairs and alterations
to fit them for off-shore service.
The ships had been operated earlier j
as the Morgan Line.
Testimony before the committee!
by representatives of the Southern!
Pacific Co. was described in the
report as "deliberately intended to
mislead’’ and "most reprehensible.”
The price paid for the 10 vessels,
the committee found, "consider
ably exceeded their fair market
value.”
In San Francisco, t^ie Associated
Press reported, A. T. Mercier, South
ern Pacific president, dqeclared the
"price paid was not excessive and,
in fact, was less than what the com
pany regarded as the then fair
market value of the ships.”
Willys Is Disclosed
As 'Buz Bomb' Builder
; 3y the Associated Press.
TOLEDO, Ohio. Dec. 9.—An Amer
ican version of the Nazi V-l "buzz
bomb’ is in production at the
Willys-Overland Motors plant here,
President Charles E. Sorenson dis
closed yesterday.
An experimental model of the
weapon was jet-propelled through
the air October 11. just 60 days
after junk parts of a Nazi bomb
were flown from England, the Air
Service Technical Command said.
The command did not disclose the
location of its proving grounds.
Yankee genius improved on the
German version, which terrorized
London last summer, the ATSC
stated, and its launching ramp is
better because it can be built in
four days, whereas the Nazis require
two weeks.
Buy more War Bonds on all
fronts—the sky is not the limit.
Silver Spring, Md.
1508 Grace Church Rd.—Woodside Park
Beautiful home an Vi
acra wooded lot, fea
turing 7 lovely rooms,
Z baths, best construc
tion; storm doors and
windows, oil hot-water
heat, 2-car garage; 2
blocks to bus.
To reach: Out Ga. Ave
to Grace Church Rd..
right to house; or out
Colesville Rd. to Dale
Dr., left to Grace Church
Rd.
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Open Sunday, 2 to 6
WORTHINGTON REALTY
Exrlmlve Acent
8427 6c. Ava. SL. 6541—SH. 6762—ly«. and Sun.—SH. 7834
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Building Association
To Hear Two Leaders
Myron Davy, president, and Wav
erly Taylor, past president of the
Washington Home Builders’ Asso
ciation will discuss postwar home
buying with reference to quality
construction at the fourth Hom,e
Planning Institute Tuesday night in
the United States Chamber of Com
merce auditorium.
Claude W. Owen, former president
of the Washington Building Con
gress which is sponsoring the insti
tute, will preside. The next meet
ing is scheduled January 2.
C&P Refinancing
Plan Given Approval
The Chesapeake & Potomac Tele
phone Co. was authorized yesterday
by the Public Utilities Commission
to issue renewal of notes amounting
to $1,975,000 to the American Tele
phone St Telegraph Co. to finance
promissory notes.
The local company incurred its
indebtedness in the "acquisition of,
and the capital net additions to, its
telephone plant and equipment in
the. District,” the commission said.
All of the $50,000,000 of common
stock of the C. & P. Co. is owned by
the American Co.
The commission also agreed to a
request of the company for authority
to Issue additional notes, provided
total indebtedness to the American
Co. will not exceed $5,000,000.
"The indebtedness, actual and
proposed, to the American Co. con
stitutes a relatively small proportion
of the total capital ef the company,”
the PUC decision stated.-. "In view
of these facts, the commission is of
the opinion that an indebtdeness of
$5,000,000 to the American Co. will
not adversely affect the public in
terest and that the application of
the company should be grfnted.”
Washingtonians Indorse
Schweinhaut Nomination
The Washingtonians last night
voted to indorse the nomination of
Henry A. Schweinhaut as an asso
ciate justice of the District Court,
and urged his "speedy confirma
tion."
The group, meeting at the High
lands Apartments, also indorsed the
bill of Chairman Randolph of the
House District Committee to au
thorize the use of city funds to sup
port the Metropolitan Police De
partment Band, under certain re
strictions.
The early appointment of a "bona
fide” resident of the District to
succeed the late Justice Edward C.
Eicher of the District Court was
favored by the organization.
Miss Catherine Bugg spoke to the
group on the Community War
Fund.
Veterans at G. W. U.
To Stage Dance Tonight
Student veterans attending George
Washington University will choose
"the girl the boys came home to"
at their first anniversary dance to
be held at the Willard' Hotel to
night, *
George Washington University’s
organization is the first World War
II student veterans’ group to be
formed on any campus in the Na
tion, according to its president, Ben
Noble.
From an original membership of
8 the group now numbers over 75
members, including a former WAVE,!
an Army nurse and a WASP.
Three Gel Licenses
As Really Brokers;
5 Get Selling Permits
Three licenses as real estate brok
ers were issued by the District Real
Estate Commission during the week,
it was announced today. They are
Lewis R. Schwartz, New York City;
Irving Tabor of Tabor’s Realty Co.,
1420 Irving street N.W., and Joseph
E. Bruno, 800 H street N.W.
The commission said it had re
voked the broker's license of Nathan
A. Dobbins, 613 P street N.W., and
suspended for one week the real
estate salesman's license of Schley
S. Ray, 1505 H street N.W.
Licenses as real estate salesmen
were issued to Alice Hyman, 1302
New Jersey avenue N.W,; Paul P.
Pfeifle, 1113 Seventeenth street N.W.;
Lee E. Wrenn, 1732 K street N.W.;
Amy T. Moore, 1129 Vermont ave
nue N.W. and Thomas V. Lake, 320
Pennsylvania avenue S.E.
Licenses as business chance sales
men were Issued to Adolf Wicks
and Amy T. Moore, both of 1129
Vermont avenue N.W.
Applications for real estate brok
ers' licenses were received from
Star Real Estate Co., 2003 Twelfth
street N.W.; Eugene F. Sullivan,
4824 Reservoir road N.W.; Everett J.
Moss, trading as E. J. Moss Realty
Co., 1010 M street N.W.; and Wad
dell R. Thomas, 207 Florida ave
nue N.W.
Applications for real estate sales
man’s licenses were received from
Halcott A. Bradley, 207 Florida ave
nue N.W.; Mark Kricheff, 3211
Georgia avenue N.W.; Charles R.
Henderson, 1519 K street N.W.;
Andrew P. Ferrara. 5506 Connecti
cut avenue N.W.; Thomas W. Parks.
jr„ 207 Florida avenue N.W.; George
J. Mannas, Lawrence A. Mannas
and Joseph E. Dwyer, all of 2204
Wilson boulevard, Arlington, Va„
and Eunice Johnson Hefcick, 5000
Connecticut avenue N.W.
Public Library Party
The Public Library staff and
members of the District Library
Association wil be guests at a party
from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at
the Public Library, Eighth and K
streets N.W. Members of the Wash
ington chapter of the Special
Libraries Association and their
friends will be guests.
WANTED
Houses For Sale
To Get Quick Action
On Selling Your House
Lilt It at Once With
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1515 K St. N.W. 01. 3100
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"KAYWOOD"
A distinctive studio-home in the woods. Built oround huge, ceiling
high stone fireplace; English-panelled, 2-story studio living room;
view window overlooks terraced grove. Steps lead to balcony
foyer, spacious dining room, modern electrically equipped kitchen;
knotty pine panelled den-bedroom with private stall-shower bath.
On another level a large airy master bedroom, guest room and
bath; unfinished storage attic above.
Gay recreation-bar, maid's quarters, garage complete this home
designed for spacious living.
Natural brick construction, steel casement windows, oil heat, full
insulation. Situated on % acre exclusive Bradley Hill Grove,
1 Vi blocks from Bradley Boulevard.
INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT—CALL
E. M. FRY, IRC.
7240 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesde, Md. Wl. 6740
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Festival of Lights
Pageant to Be Staged
In commemoration of Chanukah,
or Festival of Lights, the Jewish
Community Center, Sixteenth and
Q streets N.W., will hold a Chanu
kah pageant at 3 p.m. tomorrow in
the Cafritz auditorium. Members
of the teen-age clubs at the center
will be featured.
The Institute of Jewish Studies, a
forum which regularly meets at
8:30 pm. Sundays, will discuss "The
People of the Book,” which also
commemorates the Jewish holiday.
Rabbi Zemach Green of the Ohev
Sholom Congregation will discuss
"The Commentators."
Both activities are free to the
public.
Reynolds to Speak
Commissioner W. E. Reynolds of
the Public Buildings Administration
will discuss agency plans for post
war development of Washington at
a luncheon meeting of the Wash
ington Building Congress Monday
in the Mayflower Hotel.
Alexandrian Wins
Architectural Award
Chief Petty Officer Theodore Lud
erowski, 1611 Preston road, Alexan
dria, has been awarded honorable
mention and a $100 War Bond in an
architectural competition sponsored
by the Bituminous Coal Association.
According to Mr. Luderowski, the
problem was the design of a base
ment to contain a coal furnace and
facilities for storing and using coal
with the greatest efficiency. In ad
dition, the basement was to contain
a recreation room and it was this
feature of Mr. LudefOwskl’s design
which he considers the most worthy
of note.
In order to gain light in a base
ment below ground level, a portion
of the living room floor was removed
making a sort of mezzanine arrange
ment, and the wall at this end of
the living room was constructed en
tirely of glass in order to provide
light for the basement. A portion
of the recreation room also was de
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Facing Rock Creek Park
High elevation overlooking the Valley—Close to “Crosstown”
bus and Vt square to Park entrance.
3-Story Brick—8 Rooms, 2 Baths
2033 Park Rd. N.W.
'j” k»*»* with eercred front north. lerely lsrre Urine room,
®in‘n* rpn*** kitchen on lot fl.i 3 bedrooms, hath and Inclosed sleeping porch
J"*!"1 * bedrooms and bath, open porch os 3rd S.i now ratters and down
spouts, rack wool Insulated, metal weatherstrinped, “Bryant” car hat-water
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Vacant—Open Sunday, 2 to 6 P.M.
L. T. Gravatte
1729 15th St. N.W.
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g 206 E. Hamilton Ave. $10,750 |
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with opening of your systematic savings
account toward the modern home you plan
to own.
Your savings will earn liberal, regular divi
dends. You will be obligated to nothing but
saving f6r a home or home improvements. You
will receive free books, free admission to
lectures of the Home Planning Institute—ask
about this unequaled offer NOW at
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71< llrii Street N.W. NA. <541
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signed for conversion into a * guest
bedroom.
A native of New York, Mr. Luder
owski studied architecture at Co
lumbia University and won a 1-year
fellowship at the Cranbrook Acad
emy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Prior to enteripg the Navy two years
ago, Mr. Luderowski worked at
Cranbrook in the office of Eliel
Saarinen, noted architect.
Builders to Meet
The Master Builders’ Association
of Washington will hold its monthly
dinner meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday
in the Mayflower Hotel.
The Sixth War Loan—no ceiling
for your purchases.
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1009 NINTH ST. N.W.
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2480 JEFFERSON DAVIS HGWT
ARLINGTON, VA.
[CHEVY CHASE, MD. I
S EAST MELROSE STREET
This lovely detached home located just a step off Conn. Ave. on S
a level wooded lot, has ten rooms, 3 baths, 2-car detached w
garage and has just been completely reconditioned. Near g
transportation, stores, school and all churches. y
POSSESSION
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
Open Sunday 1 to 6 P.M.
Out Con*. Ave. four blocks past Chevy Chase Circle, c.
turn right to second house,
J. Wesley Buchanan
1732 K St. N.W. Exclusively • MET. 1143
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4303 16th St. N.W. g
"Attention, Doctors"
The perfect location on a 16th Street corner lot with ample room. R*
Attractively designed, large detached brick home with eight rooms. fiC
three baths, oil burner. 2-car built-in garage. Corner lot for possible S32
future expansion included with this lovely home.
"VACANT"
Open Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 6 P.M. 3i
J. Wesley Buchanan &
Exclusively 5S
1732 K St. N.W. MET. 1143 ||
t Farm-Estate, 7 Miles to D. C. J
Owner Transferred, Reduced for
Immediate Sale
High income-producing' cigarette tobacco soil of 210 ocres,
improved by delightfully spacious 9-room Colonial residence. g
Thoroughly modernized, possessing hot-water heat, 5 master 3
bedrooms, 3 baths, several fireplaces, 3 large enclosed porches, S -
conveniently located on hard road to shopping and schools
Full complement of farm buildings, including a tenant house of g;
6 rooms, with electricity and both; another of 5 rooms, all of
which are in excellent condition. Two reliable farmers who will
stay on place and can operate without supervision Excellent B
domestic help available. New tractor with attachments and
miscellaneous farm equipment, jS
Terms or $30,000 Cash
Open Sunday for Inspection—For Appointment to Inspect Call
CORNELIA M. BOWIE
1724 7r \ STREET N.W,_HO. 3707 |
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Small Country Estate Now
Operating as a School in Nearby Nd.
WILL SELL ALL OR PART
There are 3 large buildings on a knoll of about 4 acres, beautifully
landscaped with old boxwood and perennial flowers ant' rock wood gardens,
I pink and white dogwood trees and many other varieties of old shade trees.
2 of the buildings are suitoble for a school, convalescent home or such.
1 building has 12 large rooms and porches, 3 boths. The other building
has 5 large classrooms and 2 small rooms, 3 toilet rooms ond 2 complete
baths. Both of these buildings are heated by oil hot-water heat. The
3d building is a handsome custom-built brick residence with a large
living room with fireplace, conservatory with built-in flower bed ond
large fish bowl, dining room with corner cupboard, kitchen, pantry,
breakfast nook, toilet and bedroom on first floor and reception room.
The living room, dining room and conservatory have large picture windows t
overlooking the gardens. On the second floor are 3 bedrooms and joint
bath, a large master bedroom with private bath and dressing room,
also a knotty pine paneled den with fireplace and closets, plenty ot
closet space and 2 linen closets. There is a knotty pine recreation room
with fireplace which opens onto a large stone terrace and a knotty
paneled bedroom, bath, washroom and 2-car «arage on the ground floor.
This residence has air-conditioned oil heat. A beautiful home for gracious
living ond entertaining.
INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT—CALL
E. M. FRY. INC.
7240 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda. Md. Wl. 4740
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