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^SUBURBAN SAtl—VA. (Conf.).
ON THE POTOMAC—3 miles south ol
Alexandria; beautiful bldg. site, nearly an
aeit, fenced with long frontage on the
Pbtomae River with pier. 311,000 cash.
• Rear Ft. Belvoir and U. S. No. 1. large
MMgalow. hwd. floors, oil heat, equipped
ktt*. 6 rms. and bath on 1st floor and 3
tvn. and bath apt. on 2nd 11. Apt. now
rented for 370 per mo.
Cngleslde. Va.. on U. S. No. 1. 5 miles
Mlith of Alexandria: turn. 2 brick houses.
1 With an ant. and 1 cottage of 2 apts.:
over 2 acres with 185-ft. frontage on U
LWo. 1: goned for business; 310.000 will
■die. Exclusive with H. A. EDGE. TE.
llfttGlMIA—Det. cinder block. 2 bedrms.:
freshly redecorated throughout; 15 minutes
ttm D. C.; onlr 38.960. with 32.600 cash.
■PWnldet. brick, 2 bedrms.. Inel. sun porch,
erfrneat, fenced yard, good condition, near
Pentagon (Arna Valley;: 39,750, with
32.600 cash
Call Mr. Cavln. with H. G. SMITHY CO.,
SA.-5903: 811 16th st. n.w —7
aemidct. brick. 2149 South Pollard: alr
cond. coal heat: $1,500 down payment.
386 monthly. OR- 6214 or CH. 3100. —7
Vlll ATTRACTIVE water-front property.
near Quantico Marine Base, with modern
T«W-<lod(e. massive fireplace, all-gas kitch
en. bath and shower; .3.000 ft. shoreline.
Must sell or rent immediately to reliable
Ptgple. Box 242-B. Star. 7*
AFT. HOUSE SITE, s.e. corner Conn. ave.
and Livingston st. n.w.: over 10.100 sq.
ft:.. 100 feet on Conn, ave.; priced right.
*. HAROLD FRANK, EX. 7588. or your own
brbter. —7
NR. SIL. SPG. AND ORD. PL., grocery
store, stock and fix., gas station, garage
(9 ms. and bathi, 2 acres, post office in
store, $18,500. H. F. BIEBER, SH. 8585.
N.W. GAS STATION, located on cor. now
leaned lor one year: will ahow approx. 7%
on investment: may be purchased for $50.
000. Eves., R. S. Matthews, TA. 2206.
6023. —8
PAST TURN-OVER business locations,
heavy traffic, 3.373 up to 22,000 so. ft.;
sell er build. CH. 2133. —12
TO CLOSE OUT ESTATE—Stores at 3239
3241-3247 M st. n.w., Georgetown: 7,921
so. ft.; also 1409 14th st. n.w., 2-story
brick and stone store and 4-room and bath
apt. on 2nd 0.: and 1201 K st. n e„ 2
story red brick restaurant, 5-room and
bath apt., 2nd 11.: also 600 Newton st. n.w.,
8.886 sc. ft.: brick warehouse covering en
tire lot. All oilers must be cash. For further
infer., call NA. 1084. , —8
VACANT—Excellent business location: Va
block from new G. W. Hospital; 2.960 so.
ft.; 25-foot front. Store with full bsmt.
and 2 apartments above. Call today. Mr.
Glegos. URCIOLO REALTY. ME. 1971;
eves., TA. 7920. —8
each with 12-It. front, over 1,900 so. ft.
in all, with side alley; in good residential
neighborhood, sDeclallv adapted tb bakfry.
da cleaning, tailor, notions, hand laun
dering, etc. Reasonably priced and can be
attractively financed. Call Mr. Mitchell,
with ROBT. L. McKEEVER CO.. Realtors.
Shoreham Bldg., NA. 4750; eves., CH.
2000. Ext. 143. —6
THREE 1-STORY STORES, In high-class
white residential neighborhood. Phone
DU. 5073 or NO. 1084.
DZT. LGE. HOUSE—Excellent n.w. loca
tion: for rooming house or light house
keeping. URCIOLO REALTY, ME. 1971.
NORTH EA8T CORNER—Lunch room and
4 apartments; 25x100; fixtures and busi
neeg-wlth lunch room: possession. Mr.
VaHarlo. URCIOLO REALTY, ME. 1971,
ML-7970. —7
try store service station, dwelling, 6
acres of land, paved road; doing good
business; price including stock and some
equipment, $9.600. JAMES E. MAHONEY,
Woedward bldg., RE. 2?ll. —7
CORNER LOT. office building, hotel, pos
session with title. Box 40-C. Star. —7
NEAR STATLER HOTEL. 1100 blk. 16th
n.qt.—vacant; contains 22 rooms; owner
wlH sell as is or rebuild according to
specifications: strategic location with fu
ture possibilities; owner will also consider
lease. Cell Mr. Holloman. RE. 7104: eve.,
VI.- 3264; with ALLEN L. KAY, Broker.
(Brokers’ attention invited ! —7
down: balance like rent; 6 rms., h.-w.li.:
opposite Sears Roebuck n.e. URCIOLO
x . wa. igi j.'
DESIRABLE 2nd FLOOR location, near
18th and Col. rd. n.w.; large front room
with ahow windows and 2 smaller rooms;
suitable for beauty parlor, studio, specialty
shop, etc.: reasonable rent. Call SHAN
NON It LUCHS CO.. 1505 H st. n.w,. NA.
2348r —7
70T MT. VERNON PL. N.W.—Part rent of
S35 for nice bsmt. room to white man or
woman for helping take care of rooming
house during spare time. MI. 7298 or RA.
7047 bet. 10 a.m.-l p.m. 7*
1818 EYE ST. N.W—Inspection by ap
pointment only: excellent downtown loca
tion, entire building containing 14 rooms,
lavatories, bsmt. and garage: available
October 1; rent, $400 per month. H L.
RUST* CO., 1001 15th st. n.w., NO. 8100.
918 Q PLACE N.W.—11 rms. 3 b. house,
for commercial use only: around corner
Iran 9th and O sts.: suitable for variety
of businesses, including light manufactur
ing; ample storage space in full bsmt.:
shipping alley: attractive rental and lease.
CaHrMR. ELDER. NA. 6903.
near K st.—8-rm. brick, oil heat: suitable
for any business; immediate occupancy.
Call. THOB. D. WALSH, INC., 816 11th
si. n.w.. DI. 7567. —7
29M BLK. NICHOLS AV. S.E.—Will give
good lease to suitable tenant In profitable
business section. Can lease as is or owner
will remodel on specifications for long term
lease. Excellent opportunity for bakery.
Call Mr. Holloman. RE. 7104: eve. VI. 32H4.
with ALLEN L. KAY. Broker. —7
FOR RENT—A basement, 3 lge. rms. and
gar.; good for plumbing and supplies or
storage. 621 Mass ave. n.w., DI. 2671.
„ . —8 i
ALEXANDRIA—2 rms. first floor, with
stool and lavatory. Just off King st. Ex
cellent location for office, small business
or shop; heat, hot and cold water, front
and Mae entrance: $76. G W. WALTERS, i
119 S. Royal it., ALex. 1084.
226 UPSHUR 8T. N.W.—Store and modern
apt avail. Oct 1. Inspection by appoint
ment only. L. V. THACKER REALTY
CO„ -HO. 2387, —7
30x30 or larger lor storage use. Write;
gbx 333-B Star. 8*
commercial property for sale.
843 N. GLEBE RD.. Arlington. Va., over
40.080 iq. ft. with house; 3700 Coiumbia
oik*. bver 19.000 sa ft. with house. C.
W.«CLEVER CO.. INC . CH. 3222 —8
80, 1 story with concrete rool, plans for
adduiona! floor. Located just across Key
Bridge, the lend consists of 17.000 sa ft.,
presently used as a machine shop. It mey
be vurehased with full equipment for
$78*500, or uneouipped at substantial re
duction. Call for appt fo inspect. J. WES
LEY BUCHANAN. 1501 Columbia pike.
Arlington. Va CH. 1341, OX. 2,98. —8
33,888 SQ. FT.. 267-ft. frontage ton weli
r.taveled thoroughfare In fast-growing sec
tiea of Washington; many lge. apt. houses
arered at sacrifice price rue to domestic
diSAlltles. MODERN REALTY CO,. 97it
Georgia ave., phone SH. 1141; eves., SH.
m£uNA AVE.. off 7th st. n w—Down
town commercial bldg.. 3-story with ele
vator. Immediate possession: reasonably
Sriedd. For complete Information, call Mr
rattier, ME. 6400 until 5 p m. Sunday
and bveg.. RA. 2684. LEO M. BERNSTEIN
Jt CO., 1415 K st. n w. —8
FIRST COMMERCIAL, excellent location.
200-ft frontage on Wisconsin ave.. in busy
B*thea*a shopping district: approximately
50.000 ad. ft. For complete information.
REALTY, OR, 2100, 4626 41st st. N.W.
jtJICR YD.—Qood Alex, corner location;
$26*000, lnel. 8 trucks, bailers, scales, bat
terv° charger, etc. Cal! NA. 6730 till 9
p.m. R. A. HUMPHRIES, Realtor, 808 No.
an*’No. Jefferson st. In Arl.. 160x160.
aoBaff C-l: reasonably priced with terms.
CaU> METZLER’S offlee, OL. 7533. OK
0878 er OL. 6693._—7
F *T.*NfcAB 10th—600-1.000 so. ft. of
spaef. en 2nd floor: elevator, ideal for art
studio, advertising agency or national or
gghutation. State space needed and in
tended use. Box 212-C. Star —7
NEW BLDG., 2 500 so. ft., 2nd com
mercial. near 3*d and L n.e.: $160 mo.
| TWO-STORY BLDG., 30x80. suitable
for manufacturing, storage, etc.: rent rea-;
son able MORRIS YOCHELSON. Clinton,
Md_, Clinton 69. —7 j
SHOP FOR RENT. 8.W.—Upholsterer pre
ferred; 3nd and 3rd floors, hand elevator.
Ucht;. heat, water, approximately 1.800
Sd. ft.: $186 per mo.; furniture reflnish
lng shop on ground flr. Phone RE. 8682.
- , '—8
46.000 SQUARE FEET of industrial ground
OB L st. s.e,. one and one-half blocks from
Pentia. ave. Can be purchased in whole or
part. Will consider building for responsible
G&WGeIoWN INDUSTRIAL, lot 40x106
with improvements, for $20,000. Call
Stwtten Kolb. J. LEO KOLB, INC.,
ROCKVILLE, HD.—4.400 so. ft., modern .
hollow tile and cinder block, concrete 1
floors, (round to expand, now leased 1*4
jb , $2,700 per year. Will sell $22,000.
CallCH. 2000- Ext, 787.—8
a?RFLUS LAND, railroad tidings available,
.1 ed industrial: both in D. C. and nearby
brick building 26x160: rent. *175. Call
Stanton Kolb, J. LEO KOLB. INC.,
Industrial ground for sale.
6*600 S4. ft., in excellent location: suit
*ok'"Tor manufacturer heavy wholesale,
strtfctural steel, etc.: rail service avail.;
reasonably priced; has great potentiali
ties -for increased values. Your interest
Wilf'Bfc served by looking into this. ROY
LAWRENCE, Broker, NA. 9155; eves.,
fy^eoso. —6
AABfku lor home buyers »nd^ investors.
faiths, acreage and 'ots in Silver Spring,
hid..tend nearby. H. F. BIEBER SH. 6665.
CLIENT* SEEKING AFT. buildings in 6. C.
or Md.; if you have a producing Pr?Posi-j
tion. please call WORTHINGTON REALTY I
■L^3700. *427 Georgia ave. —8 C
SELLING? We need properties of all
types, homes, small and large Invest
ment properties, acreage, building lota
In groups, commercial ground and build
ings. Many clients waiting and our
sales force Is equipped to handle any
deal. We can deliver a complete pack
age—the sale and the financing. FRED
K st. n.w.. NA. 9141. . .
or buildings for sale or lease. A. If ROTH.
Woodward Bldg. NA. 793fl.
I FAT CASH or will sell for you, lots,
bouses or acreage: free appraisal. SCOTT
SANDERS. 391# So. Cap. st.. TR. 7583.
FLORIDA—5 bedrms., 3‘/a bath home; on
exc. residential Riverside ave., Jackson
ville. By owner. Ideal for lse. family
or retired couple. Is now income pro
ducing guest home. Sale or exchange for
Wash, vicinity. Box 190-C, Star. —7
BROKERS. INVESTORS, can you equal
these? If you have anything cheaper, tell
ua please. Full commissions on the fol
House, 216 12th st. s.w.—$12,950:
trust. $8,200. $72.50 per mo.; poss.
for owner-occupant.
House (colored), 2234 8th st. n.w.—
2-famlly; $9,350; trust, $5,800; payable
$45 per mo
House (colored), 40 Myrtle st. n.e., bet.
Eye and K—$6,350; trust, $2,000; pay
able $16.50 per mo.
Equal division of commissions on these:
6670 32nd st. n.w.—Residence, det.
brick, oil heat, paneled den. beaut, rec.
rm„ 3 bedrms., 3 tiled baths; $28,000.
Apt. house, 24 units, nr. 18th and
Columbia rd.—$16,700 rents; trust, $70,
0(0; price. $131,500.
Apt. house, 12 units, nr. 18th and
Columbia rd—$7,700 rents: trust. $35.
000: price $62,500; fine large apts., low
Downtown apt. house, nr. 6th and H sts.
—Rents, $9,900; price, $60,000; trust.
N.w'. apt. house. Just off Georgia ave.—
$6,000 rents; price, $42,500; trust, $24,
House. Mass, ave., DC.—Detached resi
dence with beaut, yard; only $29,600.
House. Mass. Ave. Park—4 bedrms . 2
baths, brick: $28,000. Call between 8:30
a m. and 8:30 p.m. except Sat. and Sun.
GUY WHITEFORD. INC., 1426 K st. n.w ,
RF -6
t TO 30 UNIT APT. HOl’SES; exEel. lo
cation: reasonably oriced. For further
details, call CHARLES H. OMO, SL. 6179
until 9 p.m. •—8
above H st.. near Sears Roebuck: 1st com
mercial zone: suitable for remodeling
into store with income apts. Present in
come. $150. besides owner's quarters. 1
gas and 2 elec, refgr.: 2-car garage. Open
Sun.. 1 to 5. L. T. GRAVATTE, Realtor.
729 15th st. n.w., NA. 0753.
FOUR-FAMILY apartment house on 18th
st., near Park rd.—A sound investment
that will give you a good return on your
money without worry concerning the im
pairment of principal. For details, call
Mr. Fitzeerald. AD. 0021; eves, and Sun.,
Realtors. —7
story store with 2-room and bath apt. on
2nd floor and a large one-story brick shop
or warehouse in rear, fronting 25 feet on
wide commercial thoroughfare in down
town n.w. area: leased to a responsible
tenant for five years at $2,700 per year;
no operating expenses. Phone Mr. F. Kahn,
WO. 3803. with SHANNON Ac LUCHS CO.,
1605 H st. n.w . NA. 2345. —8 j
DETACHED 4-FAMILY flat In excellent
s.e. location; convenient to shopping,
transportation: each apt. rents for $59;
easy financing, shows nice return on
equity. Call Mr. Pilot with H. G. SMITHY
CO.. NA. 5903. —8
CONVERTED APTS., furnished, near Du
pont Circle—Eight one-room apts.: 8
kitchens. 7 baths; tenants pay utilities.
Income $380 per mo: oil vapor heat: ga
rage; on transportation. L. H. Maury.
MRS. "reNNY” has a client who Is really
tired and wants to go back to his fam
ily in Greece. He has a corner grocery
store, plus a fine looking bldg, in an ideal
17th st. n.w. location. Can talk business
for either one. Call pE. 5224 or RA.
CO —7
9-apt. bldg., in fine condition, nr. 16th and
Spring rd. n.w.: possession of owner’s apt.
if desired. KNOUSE, NA. 0218, AX. 4458.
growing community—2-story and base
ment, brick fireproof bldg., witfc limestone
front, on Ga. ave. in Silver Spring: gross
income over $13,000: low operation cost
and well financed. For further informa
tion phone Mr. Mitchell with ROBERT
L. McKEEVER CO.. Realtors, NA. 4750
or CH. 2000. Ext. 143. —8
32.000 SO. FT.; 267 ft. frontage on well
traveled thoroughfare in fast growing
section of Washington: many lge. apt.
houses now under construction: this prop
erty is offered at sacrifice price due to
UOllieM.ll auucuii Jet. 1V1 i ■
CO.. 9713 Georgia ave.; phone SH. 1141 I
eves.. SH. 7834.
ON EAST CAPITOL ST., nr. the Capitol
and Library of Congress—13 rms., com-j
pletely furn; for tourist home or apts. 1
and sleeping rms.; 4 baths; running water i
in every rm.: house in excel, eond.; 2-carl
brick gar. in rear; oil h.-w.h.; 6 l.h.k.
units. This house brought in $6,000
Realtor. FR. 1088; eves.. TW. 2618. —7
‘quipped and stocked general merchandise
.tore in excellent location: priced to sell
mmediately. Call Mr. Maust with R. J.
SCOFIELD. 8413 Ga. ave., SL. 5300. —8
CONNECTICUT AVE.—5-story, elevator,
)il-heated office building, potential income
m long leases to prom, tenants; will
•ealize lOK’ net on return. Direct from
DWNER. OR 6508. Brokers invited.
ALEXANDRIA. VA. — 4-family flats, 2
ooms, kitchenette, bath each; only 6
'ears old; ail-brick construction: 1st trust
if $15,000 at 4Varfc\ shows gross income
if $2,800 annually; an excellent invest
nent. For complete Information, call
3EITZELL. 1515 K st. n.w., Dl. 3100. —6
OUTSTANDING 9-unit apt. house. \2 blk.
Tom Pa. ave. A tall bldg, that towers
mpressively over low neighbors. Income.
H6.360; expenses. $1,370. All you Pay is
F9.000 down. Your tenants pay the rest.
Completely furnished, new oil heat. 6 full
jaths. This is a corner location, with
•ntrances on both streets. Don’t miss it.
An opportunity like this comes once in a
ifetime Full price. $35,000. COURTESY
ftEAL ESTATE CO. MI. 4224. —8
! NEW APT. BLDGS, of 6 units each, all
>ut one of the 12 having 2 bedrooms; fast
trowing desirable s.e. section: all occupied
>y substantial tenants; well-built brick
ind reinforced concrete const, and ex
tellently financed. About $18,000 cash ea.
eaulred. For particulars, please call Mr
Baldwin with JAMES L. DIXON CO., 1739|
Conn, ave., MI. 4311; eves., GL. 4400.
Ext. 3. —6
1600 BLK. K ST. N.W.—Income. $18,000
'rly. Good leases. Will finance. For details,
•all Mr. Holloman. RE. 7104: eves., VI
1264. with ALLEN L. KAY. Broker. 704
Albee Bide. (Brokers’ attention invited.)—7
rwo STORES and 2 APTS.. North Cap
tol and Randolph pi. n.w. Call Mr. Moore,
vith HARRY DREI8EN, NA. 7772; eves.,
rE. 1736. —7
nvestment. on Columbia rd nr. 18th st.;
•xtremely well financed. RIDGE REALTY
CD.. 1018 Vermont ave. n.w . RE. 1578;
liter 6 and on Sat.. AD. 3398. —6
H-UNIT APT. HOUSE. 411 2nd st. s.e.
)wner supplies heat and janitor service.
Call Mr. Moore, with HARRY DREISEN.
‘JA. 7772; evenings. TE. 1736. —7
ATTENTION, DOCTOR or dentist—Heme
tnd office in West Hyattsville; a highly
>6pulated section, near all conveniences;
[st floor apt. consists 5 spacious rms. and
>ath; 2nd floor apt.. 3 rms. and bath,
vith additional rm. and V2 bath on 3d
loor; full basement with automatic oil
l.-w.h.: deep, level lot; separate en
rances; In immaculate cond. and vacant.
*rice, $14,950. FRED A. SMITH, Realtor,
113 17th st. n.w., RE. 6661. —7
iUITLAND, MD.—4-family brick apt.
>ldg.; each apt. has kit., dinette, liv. rm ,
>edrm. and bath; oil h.-w.h.; in excellent
ond.: rents total $206.50 per mo. Price.
*17.950. Call Mr. McIntosh with FRED
A. SMITH. Realtor. 1113 17th st. n.w.;
(ves., WA. 0807. —7
APARTMENT HOUSE. 25 units, elevator.
Can be purchased for less than O1^ times
ental, on quick deal, moderate cash. Call
ill 9 p m.. RE. 3531. FIRST NATIONAL
IEALTY CORP.. 905 15th st. n.w. —8
tracted brick nicely converted into 3
ipts. Income. $1,950 Price. $17,500.
5hone Mr. Barker. CAREY WINSTON CO.,
lealtors. RE. 3733: eves., TE. 4760. —8
tone front building; with stores and
ifflees; gross rent. $13,000; little expense.
pQUired. MAURICE KOHNER, 1124 Ver-'
nont ave., DI. 2148 or EM. 3032.
n'EAR 1st AND KENNEDY N.W.—10-unit
partment. br. bldg. For details, call Mr. ■
:EPPOS. Broker. ME. 5800; eve. and Sun., i
)U. 2903. —8
st ST. N.W. north of Rhode Island ave.—A
ow br bldg . very attractive and *ub
tantially built, consisting of 6 Ige. rms..
: baths. 2 kitchens. 2 refgr.: metal ga
age; full basement with st. entrance, oil
i.-w.h ; all furniture included Income. <
*140 per mo. Will sell on terms or sub- 1
tantial reduction for cash. For details,
all MR CEPPOS. Broker. ME. 5800: eve.
nd Sun.. DU. 2963. —8
i SEMIDETACHED BR. BLDG.* occupied 1
iy 2 families, indiv. heating plant, live in '
and rent the other: can be sold to colored 1
•r white, vicinity 15th and H n.e. For I
let ails, call MR. CEPPOS. Broker, ME. 1
.800; eve. and Sun., DU. 2963. —8 i
il heat, garage. Income. $238 monthly; 1
•78.50 rent; good furniture, close shop
ting district and carlines. LU. 1457. 7* ,
IAVE CLIENTS who w»nt stores and 1
partments. Send details. BROKER. Box
:S8-B, Star. —7
IAVE CLIENTS for your property. Nothin* ]
,oo large or< too small. What have you?
1ARRY COHEN. RE. 4771, GE. 0286^—12 ,
1CILDERS, ATTENTION—34 choice lots, i
ill above the average in size in the 1
Country Club section of nearby Arlington, i
Vater and sewer nearby and available. ]
)wner will sell or trade on desirable in- i
ome property. Call Dee Kelley. KELLEY ;
i BRANNER, Dl. 7741: eves.. Glebe 9264. .
—7 i
TNE RIDGE ESTATE—Beautiful sloping .
ere lot. all hardwood, small stream: .
estricted growing community. 25 min '
rom Washington. $1,200. GL. 5368. —7
io better location In the suburban area for ,
our future home than restricted Wagga- .
nan Heights; high, level, cleared, wooded |
jts; 40-ft. curved-surface roads; freauent
V. M. A: A. bus service: water available .
oon; reasonable prices and terms: a fine |
1 vestment if you buy now. Open Eat. and
lun.. 3-6. or by appt. Out Branch ave.
e. to Silver Hill, straight on Oxon Hill J
d. to Temple Hill rd. sign, left to sub
ivlsion. HERBERT A£ SONS. Realtors, 515 ,
:. Capitol, LI. 0129; eves., PR. 4303. j
IERWYN HEIGHTS. MD.—5 adjoining
Its, each 50x200: high, wooded; on Ed- i
nondston rd.: $1,100 ea. others nearby: :
600 up. BERWYN HEIGHTS CO., Tower !
807 or Ordway 3644.
A.—LARGE eholce of lots for $20,000 i
nr $40,000 homes in Wsshtngton Country i
l^ib section, etc, OW. 7997 or FA I508-W.J
(■*•': vac* I .S» ' ' • . J ” NfWi n
I !
“Please, lady, the city tries to discourage wives from visitin’
their husbands durin’ business hours!” _
BERWYN HEIGHTS, MD.—6 adjoining
lots, each 60x200; frontage, 200 ft. on
Greenbelt rd.; flat, street-level wooded:
$0,800 for all six; others nearby. $000
or Ordway 3044.
Woodside Park and other Silver Spring
sections. Please call Mr. Lor, WORTH
INGTON REALTY, 8427 Ga. ave., SL.
3700. — 7
acre lots, only 3 left, Silver Spring area,
nr. Naval Ordnance: high ground, paved
streets, restricted community: special price.
$1,100 each: group. $3,000. PERRY I.
HAY. OW'. 5044. DI. 3141. —7
HILLANDALE—Estate section, restricted,
level lot. 120x125 (wooded), $2,500; lot.
122x227 (running stream). $2,650; one
acre lot, $3,680: paved streets, city water.
PERRY I. HAY. OW. 5944. DI. 3141. —7
corner lots 50xl27Vi ft. each; all imp. in.;
2 blks. from buses, shopping cent.. Apex
Theater and Garflnckel.. OR. 6508.
SILVER SPRING, 9400 block Bruce dr.—
One lot 60x149. For details, call MR.
HOPFER, NA. 8223. —7
Sewer and water in. Priced from $1,800
to $2,200 for immediate sale. GEORGE
W. ROBERTSON. Realtor, 8101 Wis. ave .
Bethesda, Md. WI. 8267; eves., WI. 6684.
MILL CREEK PARK—Beautiful wooded
lots in historic Fairfax County of Vi acre
or more on rolling or level ground. A few
of the reasons why you should purchase:
1—Only 20 minutes from city. 2—Prices
are low and choice lots are still avail
able. —A beautiful stream where . you
may enjoy your recreational activities, i
4—One of the highest elevations near the
city. i>—tiigniy resiriciea piuictt juui
investment. 6—A $2,000,000 shopping:
center is to be erected within 1 mile ofi
this development. Located 1 mile west oil
Annandale via Columbia pike or Lee-Jack
MENT CORP.. CH. 4767. f 10* I
UNIVERSITY PARK. MD.—Large building
site; improved street, water, sewer, gas;
$1,700. WINSTON C. CLAY. WA. 4:2'2 8.
BUSINESS LOT. Lee hwy. and Westmore
land ave.. Falls Church; very reasonable.
Call OWNER. FA. 1180-J. “T?
NEAR WASH. GOLF and Country Club—
High elevation. 75.000 sq. ft., highly re
stricted. 200-ft. frontage: priced for im
mediate sale. FRED J GEORGE. Realtor.
2173 N. Glebe rd.. GL. 6777. OX. 0141—/
FOR SALE BY OWNER—3 adjoining lots,
together or separately. Beltsville. close to
school. Elec, and water available. $/0O
each, $1,900 takes all. approximately 1
acre. Call WA. 0967 any time. -—7
BELLVIEW FOREST. VA.—Beautiful cor
ner lot. heavily wooded and rolling. Over
looking stream and future parkway.
Quick sale by owner. CH. 49P3 . —•
near country club, very large wooded
corner lot, $4,200. CH. 3621. , —7
LANHAM PARK, just east of Lanham, Md.
—(Out Deferse hwy.-* Beautiful wooded
homesites available. In one of the fastest
growing communities in Prince Georges
County, and where you can still get
nearly Mi acre of ideally situated land for
$750. 76 lots sold since January 1, 194/.
8 compelling reasons; Large wooded lots
—many with beautiful oak trees, pure
city water, phone service, fast bus and
tram connections, roads already installed,
close to schools, churches, etc., low county
taxes. Lovely lots, 100-ft. front, 170 ft.
jeep. Only $750. Convenient terms if
lesired. Directions: Bladensburg rd. to
Peace Cross, turn right, out Defense high
way 4>2 miles to Pennsylvania Railroad
)ve*rpass, cross overpass, continue Va mile ;
,o large sign “Lanham Park." at office on ,
eft side of Defense highway. Office open
iaily and Sunday 12 noon until 8 pm.
rHOMAS F. HALLEY, phone Union 7649
>r Warfield 8638. —12
ARLINGTON RIDGE RD.—Corner lot. 69
t. frontage. By OWNER. OW. 2353 or
\Lex 2491 —7
VEARLY 3* of acre. 3 bits. of Wash. Golf
ind Country Club; 105-ft. frontage, sewer
,nd water paid; very desirable. Owner
nas bought a home and will sell for $3,850.
2H. 8:288. _ — <
28th and Utah ave ; very desirable loca
:.ion; priced at $8,750. HARRY A. OLIKER
20.. 1104 Vermont ave-. NA. 7157. —7
jnd No. Jefferson st.. in Arl.; zoned C-V,
•easonably priced with terms. Call METZ
LER'S office. GL. 7533, OX. 0878 or
3L 8583. —7
md K.v. sts. Price, center lot. $1,000.
md corner lot. $1,150. Call METZLER'S
jfflce, GL. 763.3, OX. 0878 or GL. 6593.
*>0 FT. LOT nr. Highwood dr. and Branch
ive. s.e—Community of detached homes,
licely wooded, good elevation. At SI*250.
.his is much under market value. ADEL
BERT W. LEE, 3211 Pa. ave. s.e. VI. 1000.
rWO LOTS, 110x160. off Piney Branch rd
:lose to Georgia ave.. bus. stores and
school: $1,750 one lot. or $3,000 for both
3E. 3685. Pvt. party. —8 ^
SILVER SPRING. Veirs Mill rd.—70x220.
inly 4 left in this group of most desirabie
DUilding lots. $1,850, terms. Many other
lots, in several Silver Spring locations.
3all for information. EDWARD C. HOL
MEAD. Realtors. SH. 6200 till 9 p.m —12
4NACOSTIA—4 lots, with plans, for 1
luplex and one 4-family unit. Priced to
sell. SH. 6963. “—7
fully improved lots for semidetached
iomes: best. s.e. section; plans and loan
included. Will subordinate part of fair
>rice. Mr. Robert. GOLDSTEIN BROTH
ERS. RE. 1988. , « "T8 .
nost appealing community, the perfect
ocation for your future home, where over
200 individually designed dwellings reflect
:he high character of development. Sites
70 to 3 25 feet wide as low as $1,550; all
jtilities. Woodmoor shopping center is
jus terminal. Plats on request. GEORGE
J. MOSS. Realtor. SH. 2600. __12*
lommanding view of beautiful surround
ings. adjoining several small country
•states of charm and distinction. This is
me of the most desirable building sites in
Montgomery County, where adjoining
iomes reflect the high character of the
leighborhood. The price includes a pri
vate driveway, already constructed, lead- ;
ng to the slope of the hill. It is one of
>nly six homesites available in beautiful
Springbrook. a rigidly restrictedI develop
nent on the Colesville rd. in the Silver <
Spring area, about 25 minutes drive from ,
iowntown Washington, where careful i
banning and protective convenants assure ;
asting values and freedom from encroach- ;
nent Homesites here average more than .
[ acres each, some wooded, some with ,
itreams. Prices begin at $4, <50. includ- \
ng paved roadways, without assessments
>f any kind. Literature and plat on re- <
luest. Phone for appointment to inspect. .
jrEORGE J. MOSS. Realtor. SH. 2600. 1
Jpringbrook Forest, where careful plan- ■
ling and protective restrictions assure .
asting values and freedom from encroach- {
nent. A perfect setting for your future j*
lome. 2Va miles from Woodmoor shopping; -
enter, in Silver Spring area. 25-minute;
Irive from downtown Washington. Priced,,
is low at $1,650. including fine paved j
oadways. with no assessment of any kind.;
7ash or terms. Literature and plat on re-, j
luest. GEORGE J. MOSS, Realtor. SH ,
Ton. .. 1- j;
tIVERDALE HTS., MD.—Build Tour own.
lome on this high, well situated 60x100 (
Ot, Witn sewer^ water. uuajji.»co. j <
'ear 6 th* and ‘Atlantic sts. s.e.—Suitable J
or flats: built-up neighborhood; slie 50x ,
10 ft Price, $2,650. J. ROW. POW.ER|j
i SON, 1012 Eye St. n.w. NA. 3679, RA. ,
IFF* 16th ST. N.W., near Primrose rd .
leautiful Shepherd Park—Large lots, 50
0 100 ft. frontage. any desired depth. !
triced $2,850 up. SHAPIRO, INC., ME.
717 —'
WILDERS—Mrs. “Penny” offers 35 lots i
n Riverdale Gardens, Prince Georges 1
lounty. Md. Call RE. 5224 or RA. 3,90, i
12,000 SO. FT.—lst-commercial corner lot 1
las 267-ft. frontage on Bennlng rd.; Ideal 1
ocation for filling station and shopping j
enter. Sale price, $32,000. Call HERMAN i
IANNAUER, 7896 Ga. ave., SL. 4,29, SL. i
1025 —7 <
t ADJOINING LOTS, each 125x115. for i
ale, located North Englewood. Prince i
leorges County. Md., off Sheriff rd. For :
nformation, call VI. 7445.
1 BEAUTIFUL HOMESITES, approx. 1 a. ; 1
ach, one with small shack, another with !
;ood well: lots of fine trees: almost on line
d Fairfax and Arlington Counties at Old !
Jominlon dr.; priced rlaht with your own i
layment plan. C. W. CLEVER CO.. INC.,, i
)X. 0331. . —8 ! i
-ACRE WOODED LOT, 7 miles from _the
Vhite House. CH. 3194. , —< '
IELLE HAVEN—Beautiful, wooded corner
ot 134x112. located high up in lovely Belle
Iaven, slightly rolling ternace; all improve- !
nents in and paid for Call for appt. to
nspect. J. WESLEY BUCHANAN. 1501 Co- ■!
umbia pike, Arlington, Va. CH. 1341, t
JX. 2798. —8 j 1
ip; water and elec.: close to transp.. stores: ,
>25 down and $10 per month. Call Mrs :,
yewis. HI 4602, with O. B. ZANT- ;
SINGER. Jr. —< !:
CHOICE HOMESITE, elevated lot 51x118.;
onv. location- in Orchard ale, nearby Mont-J
ornery Co.. Md. OWNER. WO. 7937./—7
t 4
BETHESDA—Attention, builders! Large
level lots in groups; utilities available,
streets on grade. HENRY J. CONNOR.
INC.. Euilders-Realtors. WI. 168.1. Eves
and Sun.. OL. 3160. —8
CONGRESS HGTS., 5.221 sq. ft., zoned for
apts.: $3,000. SCOTT SANDERS, 3919 S.
Capitol st., TR. 7563. —7
NICHOLS AVE. S.W., 87.034 sq. ft., zoned
for apts., fronting on 3 streets: all utilities;
$52,500. SCOTT SANDERS, 3919 S.
Capitol st.. TR. 7563. —7
2nd ST. S.W.. overlooking Bolling Field,
exceptional view of Potomac: $2,500.
SCOTT SANDERS, 3919 S. Capitol st.. TR.
7563. —"7
FOREST HEIGHTS, just over D. C. line;
excel, hoinesites. 60x125; all utilities;
$1,500 each. SCOTT SANDERS, 3919 S.
Capitol st.. TR. 7563. —7
ZONED FOR APT., S.E., near Ft. Dupont
Park and Minn, ave.; 40x100: $2,500.
SCOTT SANDERS, 3919 S. Capitol st., TR.
7663. —7
6312 61st PL., Riverdale Hgts., Md.—3
lots: city water and sewer; a.m.l.; $300
each. VI. 6027. —8
NEARLY AN ACRE, bet. Langley and
McLean, Va.: wooded, restricted, tine view;
$1,750. OWNER. RE. 3404. Apt, 509. 7'
landscaped acre lots, 30 minutes from
D C,, with view of mountains; close to
stores, schools and bus transp. Call RE.
8488 or drive across Memorial Bridge,
take Va. Route 50 to Fairfax and continue
5 miles on Route 50 to signs marked
Chantilly Estates. 7*
CHEVY CHASE VIEW—Excellent location
for your home; 80 ft. x 112 ft,; 'evel, im
proved. reasonably priced. AD. 2801. —7
65x100. in new restricted subdivision,
Prince Georges County. Md., few blks. from
District line: water and sewer available,
ground partially cleared: private owner;
must sell quickly, will take a loss. TE.
9375. —8
RIVERWOOD—Lots for the exclusive
buyer, from Va to 1 Va acres, located on
historic Potomac River, just above Key
Bridge. In Arlington: prices are from
$4,500 up; terms. Salesman on premises
i p.m. to 7 p m. Sunday. To reach: Out
Lee hwy. to Cherrydale. right on Military
rd. to 25th st.. turn right on 25th st. and
follow sign. JOHN C. WRIGHT, INC., 209
New Radio Bldg.. CH. 4777, or eves.,
OW. 6176. —7
FOREST GLEN. Capital View Park—8
rm. house, h.-w.h.. lVt baths; 2% acres
fronting on 3 streets, divided into 16 lots;
1 hllr from transn : with house. *,’,7.000.
3r will be divided. WM. P. CARLIN, 967
Thayer ave. Silver Soring. SH. 1919. —7
3 LOTS, totaling 3.4 acres, high and
wooded, oemetual soring. 450-ft. front
age. cleared for two homes: driveways
roi.ghed in: 10 miles from 34th St. Bridge;
*2.650. Greenbelt 6901. 7*
COLORED—35x100. 49th T)1 and Lee st.
n.e., $1.075. Real bargain. Call OWNER,
AT. 6931.7*
area: minimum frontage. 75 ft. each,
or 2-acre tract, nearby Montgomery Co..
utilities available. Give details. Box
232-B. Star. 7*
BRIGHTWOOD LOT desired for a home
dte; prefer location west of Georgia ave.
and north of Hamilton st.: sire 60 ft. by
100 ft. Please call WO. 6408. —«
BEAUTIFUL, modern 7-room house; flre
alace- bath, elec., basement, oil heat, land
scaped. cottage, view, 4 acres; $19,000,
’. M. BROWNING. Broker, Culpeper, Va.
'T. LAUDERDALE, FLA.—Wanted to rent
ir buy, desirable 2-3 bedrm. home In good
leighborhood. Call CH. 2000. Apt. 537.
HERE'S YOUR VACATION or year-round
Tome and snug fisherman's haven In one
jf Florida's fastest growing restricted
immunities. Over 400 sold. 1 to 5 acre
aomeaites. fronting or near salt water,
immunity boat dock privil., hard rd.,
:lec. Tities guaranteed. Lots as low as
$300, $45 down. $15 mo. For beautiful
llustrated free booklet write or phone
Paul E. Harrison. 1732 K st. n.w., ME.
1143. J. WESLEY BUCHANAN, Realtor,
FLORIDA, near De Land. Volusia Co,
iust one blk. off of Route 17. 41%
acres, all fenced. 10 acres citrus; elect..
Dhone, water (no housei. Will sacrifice
for $4,500 cash, or terms. An excellent
Diace to live. Would consider trade for
:ar, trailer or D. C. real estate. Box
144-B. Star. 7*
well-established, drive-in station, fully
(quipped, strategically located and with
mlimited possibilities; building similar to
Howard Johnson setup with full basement
:or storage; first floor, kitchen, dining
•oom. beer bar. cigar stand, soda foun
ain; second floor. 7 bedrooms and bath;
1 gas pumps with ample parking for autos, j
rucks and curb service: land located on
ntersection of two main hwys. with 450
oot. frontage on each: located on Akron
Ileveland road, just on outskirts of Akron,
i city of 300.000 population, intersection
>f two national, heavily traveled routes:
0-year lease at 6T> of gross. Because of
llness will give Immediate possession,
nquire. J. J O’MARR, Cavalier Aot.,
Vashington. 0. C . CO. 3600. 7*
10 ACRES on Riggs Mill rd,. near N. H.!
ive. and University lane—Ideal wooded
lection for builder to build nice homes, orj
jeautiful site for any one wanting acreage!
vith beautiful run on back of property:!
heap at $11,950. Call OWNER, JA. 1787
>r JA. 2086. „ , —9
1EMETERY 95 acres. This opportunity
mpossible except by the enlargement of a
i-acre already established cemetery.
TILTON R. GORDON, 1427 Eye st. n.w.
31 62.70. —10
ax County—1 acre wooded homesite;
5600, $60 down, $10 a mo. VERNON M.
jYNCH 4t SONS, 7 mi. out Columbia Pike.
3ial ALex. 5906 Closed Sun.
5ILVER SPRING—Close to 4 Cors., 1 acre,
106-ft. front, $1,400; 11 acres. $2,000 an
icre Wheaton, Md., 5'/i acres facing
=lock Creek and 2 other sts.. $12,000; on a
tnoll H. F. BIEBER. SH 6665. —8
IBOUT 105 ACRES on either side of hwy.;
tear Govt, ordnance plant, Montg. Co.,
dd , 6 ml. from Silver Spring (Metropoli
an Area): may sell in tracts of about
•5 to 50 acres. L. W. GROOMES, 18th and
Eye sts .—15
lounty, 2 blks. from highway with bus
ervice. about 10 miles from Wash.: neigh
lorhood already built up: not isolated;
mice, $1,600; other pretty tracts of 1
icre or more. Phone GE. 70,77. —7
1TTENTION BUILDERS—19 acres, beau
iful subdivision land, near Temple Hills,
dd.. close to bus service. Price, $8,500.
1WNER. Clinton S43-J-7._—7
ACRE OR MORE wanted, close-in sub.
4d. Write full description. Box 28P-B.
Itar. RE. 4755 weekdays. <* i
8th and H sts. n.w.: available for teach- j
ng and student practice. Call ME. 7881.
>ROCERY STORE, good location, wine and:
eer license, doing $1,000 weekly; living
uaners; price, $1,000 complete; sickness1
n family reason for selling. Call PR. j
716 or RA, 5614. _—<
(HOPPING CENTER—Centrally located. I1;
lore ten. auttautc tut . ,
TON F. RUPPERT, Investment Bldg., _pi.ll
>01.V eves.. EM. 5407. —7 •
mod' shonning center; for immed pos- i
ession; approx. 44x80 ft. See Mr. Green -
terg or Mr. Sachs. Kaywood Office, 4101 :
Cavwood pi.. Mt. Rainier, Md . —10
•ARK AND SHOP — Drug and hardware i
tores available in proposed shopping cen
er of 8 stores to be built on Michigan ave.
it the corner of Eastern ave. in the District
,f Columbia, near Kaywood Gardens, large
partment development, and many other
partments and houses: construction to
tart in the near future; 4 stores already
eased, including large supermarket For
ilans and information, call Mr. Taylor.
SHANNON * LDCHS CO., exclusive agents,
505 H st. n.w.. NA. 2345. —<
aens haberdashery and sporting goods
tore, etc., restaurant or delicatessen; 10 s
iew stores now under construction: n
eased- including Safewt-y. Woolworth. |
»eoples Drusr Store, chain shoe store,
women's wear. etc., and 1,500-seat theater
o be built. Act quickly. Call Mr. Taylor,
HANNON k LUCHS CO- 1505 H st. n_w.,
JA *2045 —'
JEW BUILDING. 10x54. can be used for
tore or office. 4304 Rhode Island ave..
trentwood. Md. ON. 7684; after
WILL SUBLET SPACE at most desirable lo
ation of Col. rd. and 18th st.: suitable for
ewelry. gift shop, stationery, haberdashery,
eadv to wear. Box 286-C. Star. —8
st FLOOR with large show window at
4th and H n w„ for 3 mos. or longer
fery reasonable. DI. 6758. j~ <
307 7th 8T. N.W., opposite Kann's—Size
20'x40'; excellent lor Jewelry, hosiery,
milinery, etc.: immediate possession. See
Mr. Norris, WEAVER EROS., INC., Wash
ington Bldg. DI. 8300. —10
NOW AVAILABLE—First-floor store. In
very desirable downtown location: 1,200
sq. It., large show window; $350 oer mo.
THOMAS J FISHER & CO.. INC., Realtors,
738 15th st. n.w.. DI. 6830. —12
NEAR 20th AND FLA. AVE. N.W.—Excel
lent location lor many purposes; reasonable
rent. WALTER A. BROWN, 1415 Eye
st. n.w., NA. 1652, WI. 6134. —7
trade, assoc, or club, or for home and
offices for doctor: particularly attrac. and
well laid out: located on New Hamp. ave.,
2 blks. south of Dupont Circle. 2 blks.
north of K st.: this is really worthwhile
seeing. JOHN C. KAHN. RE. 8676, 1108
16th st. n.w. —6
SEE 1211 20th ST. N.W. and then call
J. A. WEIN3ERG CO., Realtors. 1707 H
st. n.w.. NA. 5500. —7
FOR RENT, suitable for professional or
general office use. second floor, first com
mercial: immediate occupancy: intersection
West Virginia ave. and Mt. Olivet rd. n.e.
NA. 3386 or NA. 6371. —6
suites, excel. F st. location: reasonable
rent: building service. Call EX. 0313.
CONN. AVE.—2.000 sq. ft. in modern ele
vator office bldg., divided in 7 rms.: will
rent half and char. util. furn. OR. 6508.
DOCTOR’S OFFICES and apt. combined;
prom. apt., vie, of Wis. and Mass, aves.;
will remodel to suit tenant. OR. 6508.
suites. Excellent for organizations. Rea
sonable. Call CO. 1347 for appointments.
1 6*
i i v crr vr ii,' o -™^„ 1 - «»o•> *v,«
other 9x5*2. HARRIET HOLTHER. agent,
NA. ,2166. —16
1400 L ST. N.W'.—Two second-floor front
rms.. ideal for lawyer, architect or sales
representative: reasonable rent. Call Mr.
Mack. DI. 0222. WALKER & DUNLOP. —7
BRIGHT 2-ROOM OFFICE for rent, corner
of llth and K sts. n.w.. $125 per mo.
Possession on or before Nov. I. To in
spect call EX 5705. * —7
2ND FL. OFFICE and efficiency apt. on
Georgia ave. n.w.; perfect for doctor,
dentist. attorney. real estate, etc.
CHAIKEN. INC.. RE. 8538. —7
bath, available immed. Call MR. DUKE
HART. EX. 0656 or OL. 0349. -—11
OFFICE. 3 rooms, suitable for dentist,
chiropodist or similar professions, on
King st.. Alexandria. Va. For appt., call
ALex. 7861. —7
OFFICES AVAILABLE in modern office
bldg., downtown Wash., rms. unusually
lge.; rents reasonable; will lease to re
sponsible parties. For inspection, call GER
ALD REALTY CO 412 oth st. DI. 5995.
1761 K ST. N.W.—1-room office, all fa
cilities. 3rd floor. $50 per mo. This is
clean office space. Call MR. LEPS, NA.
2984. —7
DESK SPACE for those who want the best
—Completely furnished, modern, attractive
offices on the ground floor of the Barr
Bldg.. 910 17th st. n.w.; receptionist and j
switchboard service. A pleasing, comfort- I
able conference room is available for pri
vate discussions. Services of a public
stenographer are dlso available. Call Dis
trict 2704. —11
SHARE attrac. office, near Medical Center,
500 sq. ft. Phone RE. 0211. —6
1700 BLK. CONN. AVE.—Entire second
floor, avaiiable for offices. Will decorate
to suit tenant. Immediate possession.
Call Mr. Holloman. RE. 7104: eve., VI.
3264. with ALLEN L. KAY, Broker. 704
Albee Bldg. —7
N.W’. CORNER, 1st commercial, Georgia
ave. and Kennedy—Entire floor, suitable
for office and apt. GE. 2943. —10
OFFICE AND APT., for doctor or dentist;
cor. bldg.. 8 rms.: 1401 Buchanan st.
n.w.: reasonable. GE. 3879. —6
K ST., NEAR 16th N.W.—Desirable office
accommodation comprising 4 rooms and
reception hall, totaling approximately 850
sq. ft.: elevator and char service: $150
a month. Apply FLOYD E. DAVIS CO.,
1629 K st. n.w. —7
DOCTOR’S OFFICE, near new George
Washington Hospital; 3 rooms, about 600
sq. ft., in modern apt. bldg.: $100 mo.
Call resident manager. RE. 0692. —7
2 OFFICES FOR RENT. AT. 3160. —8
OFFICE SPACE, reasonable rentals. Call
ME. 5062. 1735 Eye st. n.w. —8
OFFICE SPACE, entire 1st fl., approx.
800 sq. ft.; nr. Medical Center. 1022
18th st. n.w.
ENTIRE 2nd FL. over store, separate
living quarters; 3 rooms, kitchen, bath
and porch; busy street. 1438 Park rd.
n.w. Call AD. 1718 or WO. 5495. —12
floor front, double exposure, modern build
ing. lllo 13th st. n.w.: low rental.
HENRY SALUS, 920 New York avt. n.w.,
National 1262. —8
DESIRABLE OFFICES for rent, including
an entire floor, located at 725 15th st.
n.w. Phone NA. 0540, or call at Room
201. *—8
1731. K ST. N.W.—Attractive, light single
office, near Conn. ave. DRURY REALTY,
1737 K st. n.w.. RE. 1133. —8
suites available for immediate occupancy;
low rentals. Atlantic Bldg.. 930 F st.
n.w*. See MR. KELLER. 816 F st. n.w. —19
low rentals, immediate occupancy. Na
twnal Union Bldg.. 918 F st. n.w. See
MR. KELLER. 816 F st. n.w-. —19
LAWYERS’ SUITE, convenient downtown
location; 2 offices available with secretarial
service. ME. 4044. —8
1119 IRVING ST. N.W.—2nd floor, open
space, about 3.500 square feet; front
and side windows and large skylights, side
walls pine paneled, asphalt tiled flooring,
excellent heat; immediate, possession: rea
sonable rental. Consult Mr. Taylor, SHAN
NON & LUCHS CO., 1505 H st. n.w., NA.
2345. —7
CONNECTICUT AVE., first block north of
Dupont Circle; about 2.500 square feet of
space, attractively divided into private of
fices; heat furnished; excellent for mil
linery. dress designer, photographic studio/
general offices, etc.: immediate possession;
reasonable rental. Call Mr. Taylor. SHAN
NON & LUCHS CO., 1605 H st. n.w., NA.
2345. —7
1,200-FT. OFFICE SPACE on street and
2nd floor, plus complete drv. fluorescent
lighted basement. Ideal for drafting,
other work, or storage. Vicinity May
flower Hotel. Offices newly redecorated,
excellently lighted, well ventilated. Vene
tian blinds. 2 pvt. office. 2 extra large
workrooms, 2 toilets, shower, pvt. park
ing space. Perfectly suited for trade
association, advertising agency or similar
activity. Oct. 1 occupancy. $325 a
month. Permission to sublet, lease as
lesired. EX. 1494. No brokers. —12
high-class elevator-served building. Con
necticut ave.. front suite with telephone
answered. $80; some steno. service if
wanted for select tenant. Describe busi
ness in first letter. Box 344-B. Star. —12
1122 K ST. N.W’.—Entire second floor,
approx. 1.800 sq. f.: fluorescent lighting.
Venetian blinds: excellent condition, rea
sonable rental. H. L. RUST CO.. NA.
8100. 1001 i.7th st. n.w. —7
SECOND FLOOR, totaling 4.600 sq. ft.,
near 15th st. and Pa. ave. n.w . adjacent
to most Federal agencies, retail shopping;
section and financial district. Attrac
tive lease. Call MR. ELDER. NA. 5903.
OFFICE OR STUDIO, ideal for writer or
artist; nr. Dupont Circle. Phone NO.
3391. —7
IN BUILDING 1 blk. west Conn. ave.
and M st., approx. 800 sq. ft., all out
side rms.. excel, for business or pro
fessional office. Call OR. 6262. —7
TWO ADJOINING RMS. in downtown lo
cation. second commercial; large brick gar.
n rear: suitable for use as workshop,
storeroom, etc. Available for lease, rent.
?125 per mo. to satisfactory tenant.
\CME REALTY CO., 1115 15th st. n.w.,
31. 8116. —7
OFFICES AVAILABLE In modern office
olde., downtown Washington. Bldg, has
just been completely remodeled. Parking
facilities in immediate vicinity. Rms. un- ‘
usually large.; rents are very rerasonable. i
ranging irom $20 to $7o per rm. win
give lease to responsible parties. For
nspection, call GERALD REALTY CO., 412
5th st. n.w.. DI. 5095. —7
710 llth ST. N.W.—Entire floor, now
ivailtble in this well-located * office bldg,
to responsible party. Approx. 3,000 sq.
ft. CO. 0020.—14
3-room suite covering entire fl., $150 mo.
2-room -suite, covering entire fl.. $75 mo.
10 rooms—two floors_$250 mo.
Single offices from $25 mo.
CORP.. 905 15th st. n.w., RE. 3531. —fl
offices on 4th st. s.w.. flrst-rate location
for colored doctor, dentist or attorney.
RIDGE REALTY GK>., 1018 Vermont ave.
n.w., RE. 1578. After 6 and on Sat..
AD. 3398. —6
H st. n.e., second floor; an excellent lo
cation for doctor, dentist, lawyer, archi
tect or other professional or commercial
use. Has 3 rooms, pvt. bath, no living
*ccom. allowed; rent. $100 per mo. To
Inspect call NEWSOM, 1110 H st. n.e..
LI. 2070. Mon.. 9-5. —7
SEED 1.500 TO 3.500 SQ. FT., as overflow
vork space: close as possible to present
rermanent office in Barr Bldg. Pn. RE.
<515. —« !
.AW OFFICE—Attorney returning to pri- j
rate practice desires room in attorney s
:uite. Box 185-C. Star,—5 |
CENTRAL LOCATION—Desk space, fur
lished. with switchboard service; mail ad- j
Iress and telephone answering services also
ivailable without desk space. 410 Bond
lutlding Call DI. 2801. —11 j
DESK SPACE, telephone and mail serv- j
ce; Thomas Circle; references exchanged.
Box 1-C, Star.—7 j
>er Montg. County, shipping to Washington
oarket; high dairy and barn score: 30-cow
nodern dairy barn and large tile silo; bank
larn; 7-room frame dwelling in good re-!
>air: other buildings; 2 never-failing
treams of water run through farm: water I
>iped from excellent w'ell to all buildings; ;
omplete line of farm machinery (3 trac
ors). all practically new; near store, school
ind churches; good road; will sell farm
ilone or completely equipped as desired;
:ontact owi^r for appointment by writ
_r._ r* 1 r-J am
;ion. with 20 acres, stream, orchard and
pld barn: Near Vienna. 1 mile from Lee
iwy.; 7 rms., 4 fireplaces, walnut stair
way, original mantel. $14,500; easily
Inanced. HUGH McDIARMID, Selected
■leal Estate. Phone Vienna 600. —7
[ HAVE FOR IMMEDIATE sale 3 large
stock and grazing farms, one in Rappa
lannock. one in Page County, one in Cul- [
peper County. These farms are located |
n the famous bluegrass section of Rap
pahannock. Culpeper and Page Counties. :
G ANDERSON, 4253 Fairfax dr.. Ar
lington. Va. OX. 3240. —~7 1
POOLESVILLE—i 00 acres, equipped 8
room country home, very modern. 4 large j
pedrooms. oil heat, includes elec, range. ;
Frigidaire. new Ford tractor, many farm
implements, some livestock, growing crops,
all fenced. 00 acres all level very pro
ductive land: some fruit, good water, prop
erty has nice approach fronting on high
way. JOHN BURDOFT. Colesville, Md.
Call Ashton (Md.) 3846. —11
\ GOOD FARM at a bargain. 120 acres.
E)5 acres under cultivation. 15 acres tim
ber: fi-rm. and bath house, outbuilding'
including 2 silos On good road near
Nokesvtlle. Va. Only $12,500. RTNTA
GON REALTY CO.. Fairfax 396. 7 —7
VACANT—7-rm. country home stock farm;
85 acres of very fertile land, stream, 8
acre* of wood, fruit, on highway close In;
bath, electricity. 2 wells, large barn with
other outbuildings; possession at once.
JOHN B.URDOFT. Colesvtlle, Md. Call
Ashton (Md.) 3846. —11
THE SYCAMORES—Here’s something extra
special! A complete operating farm (271
acresi and dairy business. Approximately
12 miles from the District line. A gentle
man's estate and a sound business invest-'
ment. Herd of purebred Guernseys (85
head—36 in milking herd). Long-estab
lished retail milk route in nearby Rock
ville. grosses approximately $1,500 month
ly. This fine milk Is sold under the Golden
Guernsey trademark. This beautiful farm,
located in the Redland hunt country near
Manor Club is the ideal setting for a com
bined business and country estate. Property
Ancludes large well-built home, tenant
house, cow barn with 30 stanchions, com
pletely equipped milk house, large barn
with hay ricks, granary and cow stanch
ions. There are many other outbuildings.
Half mile frontage on modern highway;
county road gives access to side and to
the 70 acres of estate's wooded land.
Shaded brook lends charm and beauty to
this attractive rolling hills estate. Call Mr.
Beard. ME. 4900: BENJAMIN J. MILLS,
Realtor, Tower Bldg.
DAIRY AND STOCK FARM, 300 acres of
level land; 200 acres cleared, used for
ci ops and grazing, 100 acres wooded,
some timber, plenty of water, nice creek:
modern cinder block dairy barn for 24
cows, modern milk house; large hay barn;
stock barn, 2 wells. 6-room dwelling house,
in need of some repairs; electricity, phone:
long road frontage, on good gravel road;
2 miles from Herndon, Va.: $20,900: about
$5,000 will handle. McCAY & McCAY.
Realtors, GL. 867 5. —7
Potomac hunt section, only 18 miles from
downtown Washington. Three bedrms.
and bath; hot-water coal heat, gas stove
and refgr.: garage, chicken house and
small stable: owner leaving town, avail
able for immediate possession. Price re
duced to $9,500: terms. SANDY SPRING
REALTY CO., phone Ashton 2421 or Rock
ville 2611. —7
FARM. 115 acres: money-making: level:
bounded py two rivers; 25 acres hard
woods; near Laurel; has 40x60 barn and
proper outbldgs.; 10-room house with
electricity; needs redecorating Only $12.
000; $6,000 flr$t trust available. Martin
Wl'iups. with A. STANLEY MOREAU. WA.
2571. or WA 8887. —7
VIRGINIA FARM. 300 acres of rich soil,
livestock, complete tarm machinery. 8-rm.
brick home, electrified. Barn, domestic
nouse, saiage. eiiicacii iivuoe.
peach orchard. Deep river inlet dock.
Imraed. poss. Hard-surlaced road. Excel
lent for investment as operating farm,
country home or rural business. MR.
McCullough, gl. 4202. —8
MILES FROM D. C.—20 wooded acres,
fi-rm. frame, a flue well: lovely stream,
springs; good road: 2 miles from Lake
Jackson: $.1,750. $2,000 cash. For ap
pointment call L. McGEE KING. 1501
Wilson blvd., GL. 5273. OX. 0300 or CH.
5508. —7
Ql’AIL MEADOW, 25-acre farm, near
Leesburg: excellent cleared land, building
and fences: $5,250 all cash. J. G. MAIZE,
Realtor, ALex. 6888 or OV. 3288. —6
10 ACRES, near Vienna; all cleared.
2 nice knolls, lovley view, good road; only
14 miles to D. C. Other acreage avail
able. some wooded. HUGH McDIARMID,
selected real estate, phone Vienna 600.
ON CATAMOUNT RUN, 169 acres with fi
rm house; 50 acres of fine timber. Com
plete set good outbuildings. Reasonably
priced at $11,000. PENTAGON REALTY
CO., Fairfax 396. —7
COUNTRY LIVING could be ideal on this
15-acre farm only 18 miles D. C., on main
Va hwy. Good house of 10 spacious
rooms, 1>A baths, equipped kitchen with
breakfast nook, screened porch. $16,500.
MOUNTAIN RETREAT, 220 acres, main
highway, near Luray—Marvelous view,
new log house, 7 rms., 2 baths deep well,
elec. pump, stream, springs: in addition
to good hunting the land contains con
siderable building stone; some timber and
enormous clay deposits. An excellent lo
cation for hunting lodge, health resort,
hotel, cottages, stock or poultry raising,
brick and tile manufacturing; $12,950
for quick sale. JAMES E. MAHONEY,
Woodward Bldg.. RE. 2411. —7 !
ONE OF VIRGINIA’S most beautiful brick
houses, in excellent cond., 14 lge. rms,
fireplaces, original woodwork, hardware
and floors; situated in grove of very lge.
mahogany trees; view of Blue Ridge
Mountains in all directions; 100 acres of
the finest land in Loudoun County, all in
bluegrass sod. water in each field, lge.
barn, in perfect cond.. would cost $15,000
to buiid necessary outbldgs.. well fenced;
fruit of all kinds; 40 miles from Wash
ington. on good road. 1 mile to both
railroad and bus transp.. shopping,
schools and churches, located in Loundoun
County's most valuable farming and estate
neighborhood. Please phone OV. 2872.
—Modern dairy farm. 73 acres, 30 stan
chions. excellent bldgs : ships milk to
Washington: young orchard: good 8-rm.
house; </» mile on hard road: reasonable
Cal’. \Ir. Eames. CO 1615, JAMES E.
MAHONEY, Woodward Bldg.. RE. 2411. |
—7 I
ovetlooking the beautiful Patuxent River.
50 miles below Washington; consisting of
living room with fireplace, dining room
with fireplace, kitchen, bedroom and bath
on 1st floor; 2nd floor, 2 bedrooms, 2
fireplaces and 1V, baths; 3rd floor, 2 bed
rooms The farm contains about 300
acres and about 1.000 feet of river front
age: 2 tenant houses and necessary farm
J;__ . knatinn cmimmind Hllrlr.
ing and fishing; price, $.32,500, $<.500
cash. Phone Mr. Abbe. WI ,3n00. with1
SHANNON & LUCHS CO., 1505 H st. n.w.,
NA. 2.345. _—8 |
THE SYCAMORES—Here’s something extra
special! A complete operating farm (271
acres) and dairy business. Approximately
12 miles from the District line; a gentle
man’s estate and a sound business invest
ment. Herd of purebred Guernseys (85
head—.35 in milking herd). Long-estab
lished retail milk route in nearby Rock-.
ville. grosses approximately $1,600 month
ly: this fine milk is sold under the Golden;
Guernsey trademark.
This beautiful farm, located in the Red
land hunt country near Manor Club is the
ideal setting for a combined business and
country estate. Property includes large
well-built home, tenant house, cow barn
with .30 stanchions, completely equipped
milk house, large barn with hay racks,
granary and cow stanchions; there .are
many other outbuildings.
Half-mile frontage on modern highway:
county road gives access to side and to
the 70 acres of estate's wooded land.
Shaded brook lends charm and beauty to
this attractive rolling hills estate. Call
Mr. Beard. ME. 4900: BENJAMIN J.
MILLS. Realtor. Tower Bldg,_—14
filfc-ACRE POULTRY FARM, close-in: all
modern, for layers and broilers; possession
at once: on hard road with modern living
quarters: terms easy.
Vacant. Howard County; 8-rm. country
home on hwy.; 18 acres of very fertile
land. elec. Dump and bath, shade, plenty
of outbuildings, all fenced.
Howard County. 420-a. stock farm, now
grazing 200 cattle, all fenced: nice coun
try home with all necessary outbuildings.
.300-a. stock farm with 2 sets of farm
bldgs., very reasonable.
Frederick County, on Route 40. dairy
farm. 148 acres: very productive: nice lo
cation with large «-rm. country home,
large frontage on Route 40. JOHN BUR
DOFT. Colesville, Md. Call Ashton
(M/O .3846._ —11
CLOSE-IN SUB. MD. — New bungalow,
large let; In exchange for farm within
•’0 miles of D. C. Box 2.10-C. Star. —7
miles radius of D. C.? In improved or un
improved farm. Propertymust )have livable
house and water in fields. Describe fully
giving price, location, etc. Desire to get
settled before winter. Box 240-B Star. 7
GOING VA. FARM—100 to 125 acres at
least 90% clear and tillable for crops and
grazing. ,30 to .35 mi. from Washington.
Back woods place not wanted, since moving
to country for security and more pleasant
living. House must be livable (bath, elec
tricity and heat) or worthwhile improving
and able to accommodate 5 adults Neces
sary farm bldgs, in usable cond., ade
quate fencing and water m fields essential.
Will consider purchase of useable equip
ment or contract with good tenant-opera
tor. if there is a tenant house For the
right place in price range. $12,000 to
£18,000. which will merit a reasonable
farm loan mortgage. Will pay the dif
ference in cash. WALKER. OW 8^59. ‘
A SMALL FARM between 50 and 100 acres,
with modern house: must be in commuting
distance of Wash. Write details to J.
SIMPSON. 16.35 W. Va. ave. n.e., D.^C j
•onveniences. 3.000 ft. water front, or
hard' ouiet. beautiful; convenient to com
muters' train D. C. (near Quantico Marine
Base): owner away for two years or more,
will lease to responsible people. Apply
Box 241-B. Star
... — — -»-1-— ' ' ' ~"' =
LOCH HAVEN—A fSS?1?* ''lt‘
>n the water front. Call FA.
i ROOMS AND BATH, newly decorated. »
ilock from water Call PA. I808-J.
LONG BEACH—8pecial invitation. Spend
the day and leisurely inspect the beach
you have dreamed about. Get away from
Washington heat. Bath houses and picnic
ables for our guests. Visit Long Beach,
restricted summer residential colony. 41
miles from D. C . on open Chesapeake Bay.
411 the advantages you wish at reasonable
prices and terms. Completed new houses,
lots and acreage. Drive 8 miles south of
Prince Frederick on Solomons Island ra..
turn left at St. Leonard, follow signs to
Long Beach office on the bay. Office open
‘very day.
JAY RIDGE, near Annapolis—Water-front
iungalow-type with 3 bedrooms and bath,
iving rocm. large kitchen, screened porch.
m 1st floor: 3 bedrooms and bath on 2nd
Joor: oil heat, garage, 2 shower-bath
louses; suitable for all-year-rour.d living:
reasonable price and terms. Please call
MRS. CUSHARD, OR. 4232 or Annapolis,
Bay Vista 3341 —7
SCIENTIST’S CLIFF. Port Republic, Md.—
4 «5-cottage bay colony for college gradu
ites, professional, with real restrictions
n deeds Wooded lots for sale, furnished
■ottages for rent. Natural beach, sloping
landy bottom for best swimming. Cliffs
md streams. Not a public beach but quail
lied parties invited: bring lunch and spend
lay to see it. 4.0 miles beyond Prince
Frederick. Circular on request to above
WOODLAND BEACH. MD.—Darling 4-rm
md bath buff bricktex covered bungalow
with front and rear porches, running
water new gas stove; large lot with Anchor
fence: concrete front steps and walks; Ige.
lir-der block toolhouse. Completely redec
irated inside and out. Comp:, furnished;
; bits from water: 14-ft. rowboat and
I’A-h.p. new Firestone motor included
Priced at S4.750. For further inform.,
•ai! NA 1250. —fi
BROOKMONT. MD.—Facing canal: 8 TO
if mile over District line: bungalow, stone
md shingle; 3 bedrpis.. living rm.. dining
rm . kitch. screened porch; aluminum
:anoe: situated on large spacious lot.
Priced very low! Call till P o m.. LEO M.
BERNSTEIN 4: CO.. 1415 K at, n.w.. ME.
5400. —»
Waterfront Property—Sola (Cent.)
BEACH PROPERTY. 3 lots. 90x100 each;
located Scotland Beach. Md. Inquire MRS.
CROSBY, 4th house, MacArthur dr. Di
rections; Go out Branch ave. s.e., take
Route ft to Scotland Beach Hotel. $.300
each or $750 all three. 7*
FOR SALE, water-front lot at Loch Haven
Beach, wooded and beautiful: price, rea
sonable. Call CH. 0618 at night. —7
913 BAY AVE., North Beach—Summer
and winter cottage, furnished; excellent
cond., gas and water; open. L. A. JETT,
FR. 5212. —6
SHOREHAM BEACH—Lovely cottage, over
looking Chesap. Bay; lge., level lot. with
plenty shade, prewar const.; 1st fl. has.
mod kit., 3 bedrms., bath, knotty-pine ,
liv. rm. with heaterolator flrepl.. lge..
screened front and side porch, inch back
porch, weather-stripped and dble. flooring;
lge. dormitory on 2nd fl.: resir. community.
Appt., call OWNER. FR. 0501 or LI. 3131.
HOTEL MEN* builders, developers—Perfect
motel site, according to Readers Digest j
article: no site near the Nation s Capital
is better than this; 86 acres with Vi-mile
water front, opposite Mt. Vernon, on the <
Potomac; riparian rights, ft acres in marsh,
subject to tide, can easily be dredged for
private lake: price. $45,000. no reasonable
offer refused must sell because of ill:
health. OWNER. WO. 2181 —7 !
County Va.; ideal 7-room pre-Revolution
ary home. Ultramodern bath, living rm.
18x30. library, screened terrace. 3 large
bedroomr; electric kitchen; oil hot-water
heat; 3-car heated gaoage: 3 acres beau-:
tiful lawn: gorgeous flowers; shade or
chard; stream-fed pasture, river, creek,
boat dock; oyster beds; attractice 3-rm.
farmer’s cottage, barn, etc.; 200 acres all
clear; %-mile entrance lane: long level!
strip suitable far plane landings: about!
3 hrs. by auto; price $27,500, substantial:
cash. JAMES E. MAHONEY. Woodward
Bldg., RE. 2411. —7
Haven Beach. There is recreation, boat-,
ing. fishing, sailing, duck hunting, play;
and fun the year ’round. The :tew sec-!
non jusi opened with Urge beautiful i
wooded sites at reasonable prices offers;
a wonderful opportunity to buy now be
fore prices advance. Come down and!
look at the picturesque beach, the beau
tiful trees, how you can dock your boat;
at our wharf. Talk with the neighbors;
who have already built and those who
are huilding and see what they think of
their year-round summer and winter
homes. Representative on premises Sun
days and daily. To reach: Go out 15th
and H sts. n e.. drive out Benning rd..
turn left at Central ave.. Route 214. turn
left at Route 2 and drive Va mile, tnen
right at airport, Route 25", for 2 6/10
miles, then left at .sign to Loch Haven
Beach. N. C. HINES * SONS, selling
agents. Loch Haven Beach, Inc., owners.
1418 N. Uhle st.. Arl . Va GL. 3541. or
see Mr. Ridgely at the beach —7
TWO ACRES wuth 125-ft. water front. 3
water-front lots, all in beautiful water- j
front groves. RALPH E. LEE. Shady Side.'
Md.. phone West River 217-F-fl.
HOUSE AND LOT, 34 acre more or less:
yr.-round furn. house with Frigid ; also
chicken house with brooder. It is 500
cnick capacity. RALPH E. LEE. Shady Side.
Md.. Dhone West River 217-F-fl.
WOODLAND BEACH. 26 mi. from D C..
near Annapolis—4-room furn. cottage
on water front; sleeps 5: elec. pump.
Frigidaire, gas range, fireplace, boat,
pvt. dock: $25 per week. TA. 8847.
FLTRN. COTTAGE for rent during Sept..
$15 a week. N. B. 152-W. A. J. GAR
LAND. Chesapeake Beach. Md. •
FOR SALE—Desirable estate near South
River. 67 acres; 8-room modernized Co
lonial dwelling. Tenant house, outbuild-j
ings. shade and shrubbery. Excellent!
state of cultivation. CHARLES F. LEE. J
phone Annapolis 2461. —7
Shrdy Side. Md.: large old home, could be
restored: $39,000. WALTER M. BAU-!
MAN. 1727 K st. n.w . NA. 6229. —7 i
SPECIAL BARGAIN at Epping Forest, near !
Annapolis: large, modern cottage on large
wooded lot. Key at Epping Forest gate-i
house. Ask for the Hughes place; $5,250, 1
WALTER M. BAUMAN. 1727 K st. n.w..
NA. 6229. WG. 0747. —7
Cedarhurst on Ches. Bay, 31 miles D. C . i
near Shady Side. Md.; established re-,
stricted community: pier, boat harbor, sea
wall. elec., telephones, good roads: bldg,
sites for sale. $250 to $850: easy terms.
Cottaees for sale and new cottages under
construction. See the all-aluminum cot
tage under construction. See the flat roof,
picture window, modernistic cottage. See
the all-year cinder-block cottage under
construction. Also the attractive conven
tional type almost ready for sale. WALTER
M. BAUMAN, L727 K st. n.w.. NA. 0229.
WO. 0747. At Cedarhurst see Mrs. Oliff
on Holly ave., West River 240-M. Circular
on request. —7
NR. DEALE. on water. 50 by average 170
ft.: $800 up. Fairhaven Cliff, big lot.
high. $490; terms. N. E. RYON CO., GE.
LAR6e LIVING ROOM with din. nook: 3
large bedrooms, modern kit., electric range,
cabinet sink. elec, refgr.. full bath; h.-w.h.;
fully furn.; on acre lot 1 blk. from pvt..
irauiucu ucaui. -.-olui.t uuuot._xhlibl navei •
Md.. Pinewhiff Beach. See PREZI080. —7
furn. or unlurn.. consisting of large knotty
uine liv. rm. with fireplace; 2 bedrms..
complete bath, electrical kit., with break
fast nook and 2 large screened porches.
Attractive grounds. Available Sept. 15.
Owner on premises Sept. 6-7. For further
information call North Beach 128 or
OW. 6321. —7,
NORTH BEACH, MD., Pth and Chesapeake
ave.—Corner lot. 2 apts . elec, lights, run
ning water, 2 gas stoves. Call AT. 7723.
AVALON SHORES—Year around cottage.
4 rms. and bath, furn., screened porch,
elec, range. 1 blk. from water. Chestnut
and Oak sts . Willis Cottage. Reasonable.
WA. 881P after 6 p m. —7
WATER-FRONT COTTAGES for rent; furn.,
reduced rates. Call FR. 3794. —7
COTTAGE, new; "Tee-Clark”; accommo
date 6 or 8: Walnut ave. and Spruce st.,
North Beach Pk . Md.: reasonable; wk.
ends, weekly or monthly. CO. H853. —0
MODERN 3-RM. APT., at beach, day or
week. Call VI. 7039: adults preferred.
BAY-FRONT COTTAGE. 17th and Mary
land ave., Chesapeake Beach. Md.. 830
per week. Phone North Beach 10-J. MR.
Beach)—Second house from ocean; first
floor has large living room, fireplace, com-;
plete bath, large dining room, cozy dinette,
completely equipped kitchen, screened
porch and maid's quarters: second floor
has 3 bedrooms and V, bath: shower,
dressing room, laundry in basement: Ve
netian blinds throughout, deep-freeze unit;
house in excellent condition: lot is 50 by
125 feet; priced at si2.500 for quick sale
GEO J. MOSS. R-altor. SH. 2000. or
DANIED ANDERSON. Realtor. 11 Park
ave., F.ehoboth Beach, Del. Phone 3441.
1st. 2nd AND 3rd TRUST LOANS. Cazh in
24 hrs. Also financial aid to builders
SECOND TRUST—We will buy second
trust notes on D. C.. nearby Md. and Va.
properties. Call MR. STEVENSON. NA.
8082: eves. RA. 4231. —12
1st AND 2nd TRUST LOAN8 — Prompt
and courteous service. Before borrowing
9th st. n.w. RE. 0850.
Ist-TRUST LOANS on real estate: low
rates, terms or mo. payments. P. J.
WALSHE, INC., 1115 Eye st. n.w., NA.
buy second-trust notes. D. C., nearby Md.
or Va. Reasonable rates. NATIONAL
N Y. ave. n.w. National 5833.
LOANS TO D. C.. MP-. VA. homeowners
without excessive title charges or appraisal
fees: low rates. SECURITY FINANCE
CORP . 838 Investment Bldg. DI 8672
SEVERAL GOOD 2nd trust notes for sale
secured by local real estate. Call MR.
MARTIN. RE. 3531. , —1« ,
1 st AND 2nd TRUST LOANS on real estate
In D. C.. Md. and Va, MR. DRAISNTR.
1404 L st n.w , NA 4157.
CASH FOR 2nd TRUST NOTES; quick set
tlement. FULTON R. GORDON. 1427 Eye
st. n.w . DI. 5230. Brokers, attention.
MONEY on first and second trusts: prompt
action, reasonable rates; nearby Maryland.
Virginia or D. C. nroperty. THE AMERI
CAN CO. *07 Ifttn. WA. *<M'_.
1st, 2nd, 3rd TRUST LOANS, nearby Md .
Va. and D. C.; mo. payts lowered. ADAMS
REALTY CO.. 905 N. Y. ave. n.w.. RE.
1012. RE. 1013. 30*
2nd-TRUST LOANS. D C . Md.. Va. Prop ;
immed. service, low rates. MAURICE B.
BERENTER & CO.. PI. 9234.
prox. 3.000 sq. ft. on 1 floor. What have
you? NA. 9095 after 1 p.m. —S
LEO A. WAL8HE. Attorney,
1115 Eve St. N.W.
States for the District of Columbia.
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of Han
nah Morrissey, Deceased.—No. 09.184.
administration Docket 140.—Application
laving been made herein for probate of
he last will and testament of said de
based. and for letters testamentary on
laid estate, by Leo A Walshe. it is ordered
his 21st day of August. A.D. 1947. that
tlarjorie Morrissey, minor, and James
dorrissey, minor, non-residents, and all
itliers concerned, appear in said Court on
Monday, the 29th dav of September. A.D.
1947. at 10:00 o'clock AM., to show
:ause why such application should not
>e granted. Let notice hereof be published
n the Washington Law Reporter and The
Evening Star, once in each of three suc
lessive weeks before the return day herein
nentioned. the hrst publication to be not
ess than tnirty days before said return
jay. Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA J.
LAWS. Chief Justice of said Court, this j
list day of August. A.D. 1947. (Seal !
Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy
Register of Wills for the District of Co-1
lumbia. Cleric of the Probate Court.
au'l'l.'lO.sefl_ ,
K. B. BEHKEND, Attorney,
715 7th St. N.W.
States for t»e District of Columbia.
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of,
Priedrlch Jaeger, also known as Prederlck
Jaeger. Deceased.—No. 88.872, Adminis-i
tration Docket 145.—Application having
been made herein for probate of the last
will and testament of said deceased, and
for letters of administration, c.t a., on
said estate, by William H. Ontrich and
Alvin O. Preil. It is ordered this 21st day
of August. A.D. 1947. that Adolph Jaeger.
Elnbeck, Langer Wall 12, Land Nieder
sachsen. Postleitzahl 20. British Zone, j
Germany, and all others concerned, ap
pear in said Court on Monday, the 29th
day of September. AD. 194/. at 10:00
o'clock am., to show cause why such
application should not be granted Let:
notice hereof be published in the ''Wash-|
[ngton Law Reporter'' and "The Evening
Star.” once in each of three successive
weeks before the return day herein men
tioned. the first publication to be not less
than thirty days before said return day j
Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA J. j
LAWS. Chief Justice of said Court, this
21st day of August, A.D. 104,. (Seal)
Attest: MELVIN J MARQUES. Deputy
Register of Wills for the District of Co-|
lumbia, Clerk of the Probata Court.
au23.30-sefl ^
000 F St. N.W. _
States for the District of Columbia.
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of
Charles P. Stevens. Deceased.—No. «9.«30.
Administration Docket 147.—Application
having been made herein for probate of the
last will and testament of said deceased,
and for letters of administration, c.t.a. on
said estate, by Cowan A McFarland, it is
ordered this 21st day of August. A.D. 194,.
that the unknown heirs at law and next
of kin of Charles P. Stevens, deceased,
and all others concerned appear in said
Court on Monday, the 29th day of Septem
ber. A D. 1947. at 10:00 o'clock A M., to
show cause why such application should
no; be granted. Let notice hereof be pub
lished in the Washington Law Reporter and
The Evening Star, once in each of three
successive weeks before the return day
herein mentioned, the first publication to
be rot less than thirty days before said re
turn day. Witness, the Honorable BOLlTHA
J. LAWS. Chief Justice of said Court, this
21st day of August, A D. 1947. iSeal )
Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES. Deputy
Register of Wilis for the District of Co
lumbia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
1010 Vermont Aye. N.W.
Piled Aug. 21. 1947. Charles E. Steward
Clerk _
United States for the District of Colum
bia—In re: Appllca'ion of NORMA ES
THER LOPEZ, an infant, by BARTOLO
SALMON, next friend, for change of name.
—Civil Action No 3394-47.—Bartolo Sal- .
mon. next friend in behalf of Norma
Esther Lopez, an infant, having filed a
complaint for a judgment changing her
name to Norma Esther Salmon* and having
applied to the Court for an order of
publication of the notice required by law
in such cases, it is. by the Court, this 21st
day of August. 1947. ORDERED that all
persons concerned show cause, if any
there be. on or before the 20th day of
September, 1947. why the prayers of said
complaint should not be granted: Provided,
That a copy of this order be publl*he«
once a week for three consecutive weeks
before said day in The Evening Star and
the Washington Law Reporter. (S.) R. B.
KEECH. Justice. (Seal ! A true copy.
Test: CHARLES E. STEWART. Clerk, by
1152 National Press Bldg.
States for the District of Columbia.
Holding Probate Court.—No R9A51. Ad
ministration.—This is to Give Notice;
F. Southwiek, late of the State of Iowa,
has obtained from the Probate Court of
the District of Columbia. Ancillary Letters
of Administration on the estate of Pearia
F. Southwiek. late of the State of Iowa,
deceased. All persons having claims against
the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit
the same, with the vouchers thereof, le
gally authenticated, to the subscriber, on
or before the 14th day of August. A D.
eluded from all benefit of said estate.
Given under my hand this 14th day of
August. 1947. ILO G. MORLEY. 1647 E.
13th st.. Des Moines- Iowa. (Seal.) At
test: MELVIN J MARQUES. Deputy Reg
ister of Wills for the District of Colum
bia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
torneys. 15th St. N.W.
States for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 89683. Administra
tion.—This is to Give Notice: That th®
subscriber, of the District of Columbia
has obtained from the Probate Court of th®
District of Columbia, Letters of Adminis
tration on the estate of Bessie May Stout,
late of the District of Columbia, deceased.
All persons having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit th®
same, with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on or
before the 14th day of August. A.D. 1948:
otherwise they may by law be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. Given
under my hand this 19th day of August,
1947. HUBERT LEROY STOUT. 19 Adams
Street N.W. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J.
MARQUES. Deputy Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia, Clerk of th®
Probate Court__au23.30.sefl.
States for the District of Columbia.
Holding Probate Court —No. 67.181. Ad
ministration—This is to Give Notic®
That the Subscriber, which was by th®
District Court of the United States for th®
District of Columbia, granted letters testa
mentary on the estate of Jerome Napoleoij
Charles Bonaparte, deceased, has. with th®
approval of the District Court of th®
United States for the District of Columbia,
holding a Probate Court, appointed Mon
day. the 6th day of October, 1947. at 19:00
o'clock a.m . as the time, and said Court
room as the place, for making payment
and distribution from said estate, under
the Court’s direction and control, when and
where all creditors and persons entitled
to distributive shares or legacies, or th®
residue, or parts thereof, are notified to
attend, in person or by agent or attorney
duly authorized, with their claims against
the estate properly vouched. Given u»def
its hand this 2nd day of September. 1947.
PANY. by BRUCE BAIRD. President.
(Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES.
Deputy Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court.
LEO A. WALSHE, Attorney,
1115 Ey® St. N.W.
States for the District of Columbia.
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of Mary
E Burke. Deceased.—No. 69.731. Admin
istration Docket 147.—Application having
been made herein for probate of the last
will and testament of said deceased, and
for letters testamentary on said estate, by
Leo A. Walshe, it is ordered this 4th day
of September, A.D. 1947, that Francif
Edward Burke, nonresident, and all others
concerned, appear in said Court on Mon
day. the 13th day of October. A.D. 1947,
at 10:00 o’clock AM . to show cause why
such application should not be granted.
Let notice hereof be published in th®
“Washington Law Reporter’’ and “The Eve
ning Star.” once in each of three successive
weeks before the return day herein men
LiUIiru- uir uiat yuunmnvu aw ui «• v/v
than thirty days before said return day.
Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA J. LAWS,
Chief Justice of said Court, this 4th day or
September. A.D. 1947 'Seal.) Attest:
THEODORE COGSWELL. Rezlster of Wills
for the District of Columbia, Clerk of the
Probate Court. se6.l3.20.
SULLIVAN. Attorneys.
130 Washinston Building
States for the District of Columbia.
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of
Isabel C. Hodges. Deceased—No. 69.441.
Administration Docket 146.—Application
having been made herein for probate of
the last will and testament of said de
ceased. and for letters testamentary on
said estate, by Henry Wyllys Hodges, it
is ordered this 4th day of September. A.D
1947. that Mrs Anne C. Norris. Lowell
Tharp Chamberlin, and all others con
cerned. appear In said Court on Monday,
the 13th day of October. A.D. 194<. as
10:00 o'clock A.M.. to show cause why
such application should not be granted.
Let notice hereof be published In
"Washington Law Reporter" and "The
Evening Star.” once in each of three suc
cessive weeks before the return day
herein mentioned, the first publication to
be not less than thirty days before said
return day. Witness, the Honorable
BOLITHA J. LAWS. Chief Justice of said
Court, this 4th day of September. A.D.
1947. (Seal.) Attest: MELVIN J. MAR
QUES. Deputy Register of Wills for the
District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
Court. se6.13.20
Investment Building. _
States for the District of Columbia.
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of Sarah
Cohen Rlger, Deceased.—No. 69.708. Ad
ministration Docket 147.—Application
having been made herein for probate of
the last will and testament of said de
ceased. and for letters of administration,
c.t.a., on said estate, by Max Rlger. It is
ordered this 4th day of September. A.D.
1947. that Max Cohen. Mamie Kaplan.
Rae Pall. Fannie Olttleman. Lena Silver.
Morris Cohen. Samuel Cohen, and all
others concerned, appear In said Court on
Monday, the I3th day of October. A.D.
1947. at 10:00 o'clock A.M . to show
cause why such application should not be
granted. Let notice hereof be published
in the “Washington Law Reporter” and
“The Evening Star.” once in each of three
successive weeks before the return day
herein mentiond, the first publication to
be not less than thirty days before said
return day Witness, the Honorable BO
LITHA J. LAWS. Chief Justice of said
Court, this 4th day of September. A.D.
1947. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE
COGSWELL. Register of Will* for the Dis
trict of Columbia. Clerk of the Probat#
Court. *e613,20
VIVIAN O. HILL, Attorney,
Southern Bldg. _
States for the District of Columbia.
Holding a Probate Court.—Estate of Anna
Magdallne Brlngham. Deceased.—No 69
528. Administration Docket 147—Applies
of the last will end testament of said de
ceased. and for letters testamentary on said
estate, by Helen M. Wines. It Is ordered
this 4th day of September. AD. 1947. thst
Orace McDermott. Joe McDermott. Mar
garet Brady. Annie Hannigan, Gertrude
Hannigan. John Hannigan. May Hannigan.
Mildred Gavitt, all nonresident*, and all
others concerned, appear In said Court on
Monday, the l.'lth day of October, A D.
1947. at 10:00 o'clock AM, to show
cause why such application should not be
granted. Let notice hereof be publlsbedtn
the -Washington Law Reporter1' and "The
Evening 8tar," once In each of three suc
cessive weeks before the return day herein
mentioned, the first publication to be not
les* than thirty days before said return
day Witness, the Honorable BOLITHA J.
LAWS. Chief Justice of said Court, this 4th
day ot September. A.D. 1947. (Seal. >
of Wills for the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probate Court. ae6.13,20.
MINOR. GATLEY and DRURY. Attomeya.
IXtis for the District of Columbia.
Holding Probate Court —No. 67,o99, Ad
ministration —This Is to Give Notice- That
the Subscriber, which was by the Dls.ricJ
Court of the United States for the District
of Columbia granted letters testamentary
on the estate of Anna Perkins Stewart, de
ceased. has. with the approval of the
District Court of the United States for the
District of Columbia, holding a Probate
Court, appointed Monday, the 6th day or
October, 1947. at 10:00 o clock a m., aa
the time, and _ said Court room ti tha
place, lor making payment amfVllstribu
rlon from said estate, under the Court s
direction and control, when and where all
creditors and persons entitled to distrlbd*
tive shares or legacies, or the residue, or
uarts thereof are notified to attend, in
person or by agent or attorney duly au
thorized. with their claims against tha
estate properly vouched. Given under ltd
hand this 2nd dav of September. 1947.
PANY. By: BRUCE BAIRD, President.
(Seal > Attest: MELVIN J. MARQUES.
Deputy Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia, Clerk of the Probate Court.
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