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3808 Woodley Rd.
Near Cathedral Open Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 6 Modern oil - brick, detached, center hall, on lot 50x150; 6 years old; fine condition; 7 rooms; 3 bedrooms, 2 colored tile baths, plumbing roughed in for 1st floor lavatory, maid's room in basement; automatic air-conditioned oil heat; large garden surrounded by Anchor fence; Venetian blinds, screens, weather-stripped and insulated. $24,950 LEWIS BROWN NA. 5740; Eva*., EM. 9551 ► Money to Loan First mortrare only, interest rates 4\<i and A per cent. D. C. and nearby Maryland. Prompt replies. Phone NA. 226S Wm. T. Ballard 12i; Eye Street N.W. WILL CONSIDER TRADE LYON PARK BUNGALOW Owner has authorized us to sell this 5-room bungalow at once. It contains 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, Vi basement with oil heat. About 20 years old. Located in a friendly neighborhood. Convenient to every thing. OPEN SUNDAY, 1 to 6 Directions: Out Wilson Blvd. to Cleveland St., turn left to ltth St., \ then right to 260i North 12th St., | Arlington, Va. Victor Wickersham Realty 4625 Hat Street N.W. OR. 2100 . I MONTICELLO ESTATES 2921 Argyle Drive Alexandria Well-constructed homes of brick and frame. 4 bedrooms, 3Vi baths, modern fully equipped kitchen. Full basement, oil heat with air conditioning. Large lot. Open Sunday, 1 Till 6 P.M. To Reach: Arlington Ridge Rd. and Af*iitnt Vernon Are. to Rut,ell Rd.. right on Russell Rd. to Monti cello Blvd.. right on Mnnticelio Blvd to Argyle Dr. and right on Argyle Dr. to our open sign and house. J. WESLEY BUCHANAN Exclusive Realtor 1501 Columbia Pike CH. 1341 or OX. 2798 3855B5SSSaC55SSSS55S5S55SB^SS5SSSSS^SSSBSSl : OPEN SAT.-SUN. 9th & Hemlock N.W. New semi-detached 3-bed room brick homes near Ga. and Alaska. *12 750-4 Veteran*' Preference Out Oeorria Ave. to Hemlock fit, right 1 block to homes. 1 1429 L St. N.W. RE. 1988 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY PARK 818.950 | Clow to St. Ann's new church, schools and transportation. A det. corner home of 9 rooms and Z baths, in A1 condition. An- ultra modern kitchen, oil H.-W. H„ detached brick ga rage. NORTH CLEVELAND PARK Just a few blocks from St. Ann's Church. Parochial and public schools. A large corner semi-dtached brick of 8 rooms and Z baths, living room has a fireplace. 4 bedrooms, oil H.-W. H., det. garage. Nicely shrubbed lawn. House Is in ex cellent condition. Priced to sell. N.E. 810,950-TERMS 1 Close to shopping and trans portation. In a nice section, j A modern 5-room and bath row brick In new house condi tion. Front porch, gas H.-W. H. Immediate possession. FRANK J. VOLKMAN | 4617 41st St. N.W. EM. 4949 | Office Open Til 8 P.M. Home Phone. Wl. 1819 ! r BELLE HAVEN 1 19 Forest Hill Road j Center hall, living room with fireplace, library with fireplace, dining room, but ler’s pantry, kitchen, powder room, and screened porch on first floor; three bed rooms and two baths on second floor; two bedrooms and one bath on third floor. Recreation room with fireplace, maid’s room and bath, furnace, laundry, and workrooms in basement. Attached two-car garage. Wooded double lot occupy ing entire end of block. $39,500 FOR SALE BY OWNER , Overtook 0488_j 1 ” V. D. C. Hospitals Shun Conversion To Paper Cups, Plates for Meals Serving hospital patients their meals from paper 'plates and cups may be all right in California, but local hospital officials say it wouldn’t work here. * The country's largest hospital, which serves Los Angeles County* reeently announced it expects to save $50,000 in operating costs this year by complete conversion of its meal-tray service to paper cups and plates. Most of the saving, it is reported, results from the elimination of dish washers. Savings also will be ef fected by the eliminating of dish washing equipment and broken crockery, and a reduction in the use of steam for cleaning dishes. Advantages Cited. “Because it is used only once, the all-paper meal service is more sanitary, eliminating the danger of transmission of disease," a Los An geles official points out. “The pa per containers also are lighter for both patients and employes to han dle, reduce noise and eliminate the hazard of hard crockery in the hands of irrational patients.” Local officials would rather take 'their chances with flying crockery than face the ire of the most “ra tional" patient who has a meal placed in front of him on the in formal paper platters. Even at Children’s Hospital, where youngsters might be expected to adopt a more favorable attitude toward eating “picnic style,” au thorities are sticking to regular china ware. Dr. Alvin R. Sweeney, superin tendent of Gallinger Hospital, is skeptical about the reported econ omy effected by use of paper plates. He reports studies made at Gallin ger indicate abandonment of the - -==, CLEVELAND PARK 1 block from Conn. Ave., 2 blocks from shopping center $3,000 will buy this attractive semidetached 2!/2-bath, brick home with reception hall, living room, dining room, modern kitchen, den and tiled powder room 'on 1st floor. 2nd floor; 3 bedrooms, sleeping porch and 2 tiled baths. Porch, oil heat. OPEN SUNDAY, 1 to 6 P.M. 3044 Rodman Street N.W. To Reach: Out Connecticut Avenue to Rodman St., left one block to property. W. B. WRIGHT REALTOR 5211 WISCONSIN AVE. EM. 3380 JUST OXE YEAR OLD y. ■ ?.y* j 1331 I Savannah St. S.E. An attractive and well - built colonial brick with living room, dining room, complete modern kitchen on 1st floor; 3 large bedrooms and bath on 2nd floor; recreation room and full tile bath in basement, gas heat, aluminum combination screens and storm windows. Possession with set tlement. *14,850 j ! 7 OPEN SUNDAY, 1 to 7 P.M. Out Kicholi Ave. to Alabama Ave., left to 11th St., right to Savannah St„ left to our tign. Exclusive Agents [Shannon & luch5| 1505 H St. N.W. Realtors NA. 2345 -.... ■ I.■ —■!■■■ ■ri|L. ■» ' • — = =^— — - ----- -• -— ---. ------ - . J..JW5SP First Showing—3 Bedrooms—Available Immediately ARLINGTON HILLTOP CORNER | 924 North Livingston Street Here's one of those immaculately kept homes that's both a pleasure to show and inspect, located on a level corner lot lyith trees, 75x130, in Dominion Hills, 2 squares from bus on Wilson Blvd. It has 6 lovely rooms plus entrance hall, tiled bath ond beautifully finished club room, nice enough to live in. It's complete with wood-burning fireplace in living room, equipped kitchen, full dry basement with A.-C. oil heat, garage : with overhead doors and the nearest house is aver 50 ft. away, affording maximum privacy. Priced at $16,500 for immediate sale with substantial cash, and if this type home meets your requirements better plan on driving out this week end. June Brumback will be there to greet you. OPEN SUNDAY—2:30 to 6:00 To Reach Out Wilson Blvd. to N. Livingston St., right t squares to property or over Memorial Bridge, right on Route 50 (Lee Blvd.) to Seven Corners at Falls Church, make sharp right on Wilson Blvd. to Livingston St., left 2 squares to property. KEITH D. BRUMBACK Exclusively Renltnr CHettnut 3527 present system would bring extra expense, as well as complaints from the patients. > In Limited Use Here. A Garfield Hospital spokesman suggests that the Los Angeles in stitution, which serves an average of 3,184 patients daily, can buy papier containers in sufficiently large quantities to save money, but local hospitals could not. Garfield is one of the few local hospitals to use paper cups to serve patients on special diets. The aim is to reduce the work of dishwash ers, it is explained. Some hospitals, like Emergency, use papier cups and plates for patients who develop con tagious diseases. A major headache at all hospitals is to serve the food to patients while it’s hot. Although paper might conserve the heat longer, par ticularly for drinks, most hospital officials here would prefer to deal with this problem in some other way. Legion Auxiliary Honors Mrs. Hayes, D. C. Attorney Mrs. Margarete M. Hayes, Wash ington lawyer, has received the national award of the American Legion Auxiliary for h«r work as legislative chairman of the District's National Cathedral Unit No. 10, NEW HOMES Mr. and Mrs. Home JBuyer you owe it to your* selves to examine our detached brick, 3 bedroom, quality homes before you buy! wrtWr&T hnxm amxj* OPEN EVERYDAY, 1 TILL 9 No location affords greater convenience for shopping, trans portation and schools. In addition, this fine suburban setting is so high there's always a breeze yet it's only a few minutes from down town. Only $2,500 Required to Move fit JOHN H. MILLER, JR. Cr BRO. 1812 K Strut N.W. ✓ Builders NA. 2557 I MODERN, CLOSE-IN 1 Silver Spring Area—$ 14,350 All brick home—large Living Room, Fireplace, Dining Room and complete kitchen with Breakfast Nook on 1st floor. Three ample sized Bedrooms, tile Both on 2nd floor. Full basement, gas heat. On nicely wooded lot 70x125 ft. Established community. OPEN SUNDAY, 12-7 P.M. To Reach: Drive 2.7 miles out Georgia, Ave. from traffic light at Coles vllle Road in Silver Spring to Flyert Mill Road, left to sign and home. ■ CRANE & HELAN, Realtors ' Exclusive A feels 1019 Bonifant St., Silver Spring, Md. Sligo 4000 1 (greentoicj) Jforegt 1 B lir?Mn: Tar——t T r iS3 1 8005 WESTOVER ROAD Today: «... $34,500 Home Value This lovely English type center-holi plon home, located in one of our most desirable, exclusive communities. Is practically new, vacant, and immediately available. I FIRST FLOOR—Hu lerre llvins room with flreplaee. and picture win dow. charmins dinlns room with aide perch, laree modern kitehen with breakfast room and pantrr, anus library with bookshelves, wrltins desk and tile bath. SECOND FLOOR—Has four spacious bedrooms feetarlns double closets and built-in bureau drawers, two tile baths. FEATURES — Include built-in carace. sas heat. Venetian blinds, massive oak timbers ever windows! let. 78x140. OPEN SATURDAY ond SUNDAY 1 to 7 P.M. DIRECTIONS: Out Wisconsin Avenue to Bradley Lane, left about 1 S/10 miles to Wilson Lane, right to Hampden Lane, left to York Lane, right one block to Westover Road, left to home. SI gj 8002 Wisconsin Avontio tictuetve Realtor Oliver 1066 p r HILLCREST Sacrifice—Owner Leaving City Corner, Facing Wooded Park—4 Bedrooms, 2Vi Baths. 2128 31st. St. S.E. OPEN SUNDAY FROM 2 P.M. OR BY APPOINTMENT This fine corner all-brick cmtom-bnilt home contalne the flneet prewar ma terials and meets the hlrhcst construction and arehitectnral standards. Located in the finest section or this convenient exclusive area. The first floor contains reception hall, spaeloaa livini room with brick fireplace, screened side porch, well proportioned dlnlnc room and larse (ally oaalpped dream kitchen with pantry eontainlns an outside window. There are three fall sixed bedrooms and two tiled baths on the second floor. An extra larxe bedroom will be fonnd on the third floor. The house Is roofed with the finest Vermont slate. Brick detached sarase with concrete driveway from street. There is an extra half bath In the fall dry basement. Expensive heatlnx plant (oil hot water) offordlnx maximum heatlnx comfort at eurprlainyly low cost. The beautifully landscaped yards are considered amonx the finest in Hlllerest. Home Is In immaculate condition thrsaxhoat. May be purchased furnished if desired. Priced way below reproduction cost. To Reach: Across Pennsylvania Ave. SI. Bridge to traffic light at Branch Are., right on Branch Ave. to Alabama Ave.. right on Alabama Ave. to .ttnd St., right two blocks to property. JAMES EAKKULL Two Offices to Serve You 653 Orange St. S.E. (Congress Heights) 3600 (ranch Ave., Silver Hill, Md. Trinidad 2864—Trinidad 0425 LET US SELL YOUR PROPERTY—SALES PAST THIRTY DAYS OVER $200,000 ■saiSSSSESsaBsassssss3s=s==ssssasaaKssaaBiHsl -S' \ * American Legion, It was announced today. Mrs. Mary M. Burns, president of the unit, said she had been notified of the award for her legislative chairman by the auxiliary’s national headquarters. Mrs. Burns said this was the first time the award has gone to a Wash ington woman. Mrs. Hayes received the award "for the most construc tive legislative program conducted during the 1946-47 fiscal year.” Mrs. Hayes will be presented with the award at the national convention of the auxiliary in New York, begin ning August 28. Mrs. Hayes is active in the Woman’s Bar Associa tion of the District and lives at 4801 Connecticut avenue N.W. BggBgaSBBgSggfigggBg Divorce Suit Is Filed By Martha Stephenson By tht Associated Prost LOS ANGELES, Aug. 9.—Former ly wed to Screen Actor Victor Mature! and the late dance band leader, Hal Kemp, Mrs. Martha Stephenson Me Kelway has sued to divorce her third mate, Screen Writer St. Clair Mc Kelway. Alleging cruelty, the attractive dl- i vorcee said she separated from Mr j McKelway last April 18 after a year of marriage. She will receive $40,000 under a property settlement. Silver Spring 6-ROOM DETACHED BRICK Center-holi style, newly decorated. Large living room, brick fireploce, porches. 3 bedrooms, modern bath room. Full basement with fine recrea tion room Oil hot-air heot. Sold with or without furniture. Yery reasonably priced. Terms. 0. B. ZANTZINGER COMPANY 945 K Street N.W.> NA. 5371 Eves, and Sun., Mr. Park. EA. 4.596 BROADMONT ■■—ii HI.— I'HI III— II ' .. I A brick and frame rambler ready for immediate occupancy. This com fortable 6-room house is located in an exclusive section of Falls Church Va. Contains 2 bedrooms with large tile bath, living room with fireplace! dining room, large kitchen, paneled recreation room with fireplace and attached garage. Kitchen is equipped with a large display of (KITCHEN MAID) cabinets, stainless steel sink, Magic Chef gas range and Westing house refrigerator. Metal screens and storm sash throughout. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY—CALL AXminster 4326 A. WEDDERBERA, Owner and Builder 9' BEAUTIFUL RAMBLER OPEN 1 TILL 9 1st fl.—Lge. liv. room with fireploce, din. room opening onto terrace, spacious kitchen, fully equipped; bedroom with cedar closet, pine paneled den with random width, pegged floors; full tile bath. 2nd fl.—2 lge. bedrooms with built-in chests of drawers and 3 closets, full tile bath. Basement—Oil heat, laundry, outside ent., attached garage. Lot—Beautiful wooded lot 100'x200'. Brick terrace overlooking rock garden at rear of home. Directions to Property—Out Lee Highway to Great Falls St. in Falls Church, Va„ turn right and proceed 1 2-10 miles to Woodland Drive, left % block to No. 7. lit the Colonial Village of ROCK CREEK PARK ESTATES 2120 Yorktown Road N.W. This pretty stone house is on a large lot at the highest point in this highly restricted section of beautiful homes. It was built ten years ago of the best materials and has since been occupied by the builder's family. First floor: Very pretty entrance hall, bath, large living room with fireploce, dining room with corner china cabinets. Screened porch off living room and dining room, up-to-the-minute kitchen with many cabinets. Two-car garage on first floor level. Second floor: Four nice size bedrooms, one with stone fireplace and built-in beds, two baths. Finished attic. Basement: Consists of large recreation room with stone fireplace with a screened porch adjoining. Pantry with electric refrigerator; maid's roam and bath, laundry and furnace room. Oil-burning hot-water heat. Open Saturday After 12 0 clock, All Day Sunday, Other Times by Appointment CALL MR. PARKER, RA. 4052 • To Reach: Out 16th Street to Kalmia Road, turn left to Plymouth St., right to the end of Plymouth, then right to Yorktown Road and left to house. J. B. TIFFEY & SON 316 Kennedy Street N.W. - RA. 2569