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"DISTINCTIVE HOMESITES"
OPEN TODAY AND SUNDAY, 1 TO 5
Washington's finest in-town subdivision. Situated in delightful
Rock Creek Park among finer-type homes. Lots ranging irr
size from 6,000 sq. ft. to Vis of an acre. Now is the time to
select a homesite for your future home in this private yet
convenient and desirable area.
Salesman on premises today and -Sunday.
Out 16th St. to Kalmia Rd., left into Weit Beach Drive and
Yorktoum Rd.
Leo & Ca
1415 K Street N.W. Metropolitan 5400
Washington's Complete Red Estate Institution
GEORGETOWN |
Facing Open Park in >
a Section of S
Restored Homes R
Beautifully remodeled S
three-bedroom house. En- B
trance hall with graceful |8|
curved stairway. Large ®
step - down living - dining gj
room with fireplace, high |||
ceiling and French doors J§f
to brick terrace and brick j||
walled garden. Modern H
new kitchen with disposal |||
unit. Gas o.-c. heat.
Open Saturday and mt
Sunday, 1 to 5:30 ■?'
Open Today and Sunday, 2-5 !
2205
MASS.
AVE.
Embassy
Area
Formal Town House
In sought-after residential
section; very large drawing
room, dining room, sunny
library and 6 bedrooms;
possibilities for garage and
garden.
Call Mrs. d'Amecourt
Ml. 3350 Eves. 8660
Exclxsiv•
i D. A. HANES CO., Inc. |
I 1600 20th St. N.W. Ml. 3350 |
TWO BEDROOM HOUSES, $10,250
Eastpines is a well planned, highly restricted community, with Ele
mentary School and churches nearby, and a shopping center d&igned
for construction in the near future. Bedrooms are 13'3"xir5" and
have extra large closets.
$1,500 CASH. BRING $300. FOR DEPOSIT ON CON
TRACT. OTHER TERMS AVAILABLE. MONTHLY PAY
MENTS FROM $70.25 INCLUDE CHARGES FOR TAXES,
INSURANCE, ETC. HOMES BUILT AND FINANCED UNDER
F.H.A.
Directions: Out Bladensburg Road to Peace Cross, right on Defense Highway to
second traffic light. left on Edmonston Road. IV* miles to first traffic light, right
on RiverdaXe Road one mlie to 6*th Ave. Model home oven Saturday, Sunday, 10
until dark. Weekdays, $ until dark. K
STAMP PROPERTIES
NAtional 5573 UNion 1425 OWens 5365
f OPEN SUNDAY FROM 2 TO 6 P.M.
2831 CHESTERFIELD PLACE N.W.
A beautiful stone-front home on a wooded lot 100'xl80' in
Forest Hills, one of Washington's finest subdivisions. This
home has a large living room with fire place, large screened
porch, large dining room, breakfast room, nice kitchen and
powder room on first floor, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths on the second
floor and 2 bedrooms and both on third floor, hot-water
heat with gas furnace, 2-car garage and a fine large base
ment.
j -x Possession at time of settlement
To reach vroverty turn Matt on Albemarle Street off Connecticut Avenue
to Linnean Avenue, then left i block* to Chetterfleli Place, then right to
houte.
HENRY J. ROBB, INCORPORATED
1024 VarmowT Avenue NorHiwvtt Metrict 1141
Sunday* or Evening*, EManon SOSO er KMereen S3S1
DANCE.
Saturday Niter Dance. TMCA. 1786 O
street N.W.
DINNER.
Women'* National Pret* Club dinner,
Hotel Statler. 8 o'clock tonight.
DOG SHOW.
_ Show tponsored by the National Capital
Kennel Club, at the National Ouard
Armory, 2110 East Capitol itreet. 12 to
10 p.m. today and tomorrow.
HIKES.
Wanderblrds Hiking Club. Turkey Run
and Potomac River, meet at Arnold Bus
Terminal. Eleventh and X streets R.W.,
at 8:46 a.m. tomorrow. ^
Center Hiking Club, Northwest Branch
from Colesvllle to Pour Corners. Md.
Moet at 10:16 a.m. tomorrow at Georgia
and Alaska bus terminal.
LECTURE.
at Johns Hopkins Applied Science Labora
tory; 8 o’clock tonight at the National
Museum, Tenth street and Constitution
avenue N.W.
_ . SPECIAL EXHIBITS.
Barnet Aden Gallery. 187 Randolph
Place N.W open 8 to 10 p.m. weekdays
and 2 to 5 p.m. Sundays: painting* by
Beniamin Abramowlta, through May.
Public Library, Eighth and K streets
N.W., open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays;
cartoons relatlM to the District or Co
lumbia by Clifford K. Berryman, The
Star’ Cartoonist, through April.
Library of Congress, First and East
Capitol street* at open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Mondays through Fridays. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturdays and 2 to 10 p.m. Sundays:
original Lecock Abbey copy of the Magna
Carta, on loan from the British govern
ment until December 18; original manu
script of Lincoln’s Uiree-page “autobi
ography,’’ for an indefinite period; books,
manuscripts and drawings of Henry Rowe
Schoolcraft. 18th century American author,
explorer and ethnologist, through May 31.
Cereoran Gallery of Art, Seventeenth
street and Constitution avenue N.W., open
12 to 4:30 p.m. Mondays, 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays, 9 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Saturdays and 2 to 6 p.m.
Sundays; water colors by artists of Wash
ington, for an Indefinite period; European
master drawings from a private collection,
through April 11, and works of Washing
ton, Maryland and Virginia sculptors,
through April 26.
_ National Gallery »f Art. Sixth street and
Constitution avenue N.W., open 10 a.m. to
6 p.m. weekdays and 2 to 10 p.m. Sundays;
paintings and sculpture comprising the
Mellon, Kress, Wldener and Dale collec
Marriage License
Applications
Under £>. C. laws, couples must
apply tor a marriage license on
one day, wait three full days and
receive the license on the fifth
day. Sundays and holidays are
counted the same as other days.
Walter Shupp, Jr., 23, 4121 Hllnola ave.
n.w., and Barbara Rvann, 27, 2728
Ontario rd. n.w.
David Kohlnskle, 26, Bolling Field, and
Helen Bagiev. 26, Arlington Farms, Va.
Jacob Stone. 21. Ft. Myer, Va., and
Rhoda Michelln, 18, 1318 Buchanan
•t. n.w.
James Mills. 23. 818 X. Capitol st„ and
Frances Jorden, 26, 414 Seward sq.
e.e.
John Mountcastie. 22. 1332 Harvard st.
n.w., and Elisabeth Dalton, 21, 1334
Harvard st. n.w.
Dewayne Stevens 28. Naval Research
Laboratory, jtna Kathleen Cushing, 33.
Thomas Gartland. 88. 6323 Luzon ave.
n.w., and Gladys nlnglnamith, 34. 1631
Euclid it. n.w.
Murray Heldenber*. 21, 320 Upshur st.
n.w.. and Anna Nlcastro, 21, 220 Up*
shur st. n.w.
Louis Pittle, 37. 1030 7th st. s.w., and
Jeannette Montes, 28. 6323 Utah ave.
Keith Hart. 38 3810 Nebraska ave^ruir.
"forTolorjeiT
70 Houses to be built near
Alexandria, 5 rooms, Vi*
acre lots; $6,500 —$1,000
down. For interview, address
Box 470-R Star
A REAL OPPORTUNITY
A Lotting Invettment in Yeart of Craciout Living
5-ROOM BRICK RAMBLER
• 8 MINUTES FROM BANK OF BETHESDA •
OPEN SUNDAY, 1 TO 6
This handsome brick rambler, bnilt in 1047 will be sold at a sacrifice price
to some alert buyer. First floor has two larse bedrooms and bath. Second
floor has two laree and one small bedrooms and bath. Overalls llrinc room,
screen porch, beautiful fireplace. Extra slse closets. Recreation room done
in knotty pine with fireplace. Brick earaee, breeeeway. Beautiful level
One block from bus.
DIRECTIONS: Out Oli Georgetown Road to tUbb block (Sedewlck
St.) left one block to Lux Manor Road, left M block to open tten.
4625 41$t St. N.W. Office Open Daily to 9 P.M.
FAIRWAY HILLS
A PLANNED COMMUNITY IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY
6009 Benalder Drive—$19,600
CONVENIENT TO PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Presenting a new brick home that is available for immediate occupancy,
and which is the only available home in this subdivision. The unusual
elevation affords a beautiful view of the surrounding countryside.
Living room with fireplace, dining room, electric kitchen, lavatory. Large
living porch with excellent exposure. Three bedrooms and bath on second
floor. Full basement with ground-level exit, oil a.-c. heat. Built-in
one-car garage.
OPEN SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND ALL DAY SUNDAY
Drive out Mom. Ave. to McArthur Blvd., then right
one block to directional tign and to home.
PHILLIPS, CANBY & FULLER, Inc.
NA. 4600_Realtors 1012 15th St. N.W.
-7
Very Unusual!
This house Is not splendiferous, magna macious, exceptionally,
super ga gorgeous nor any other various Hollywood expres
sions that are often used. This house is different from all the
rest because it is just a nice average brick colonial in a better
neighborhood. Three rooms and bath up and three rooms and
one half bath down. Fireplaces in living room and basement;
side porch, outside basement entrance and nice lot. It is
located five blocks from Catholic school and church and one
and one-half blocks from bus, shopping and grade school.
If these items fill your needs come on out and see this sound
house Sunday.
OPEN SUNDAY, ONE TO SIX
DIRECTIONS: Out Lee Hlghwag about two miiei to the
frit trattc light tn Cherrvdale fbi the Ere home). Turn
right on Pollard itraet and eoma odor to ttn N. Pollard.
UNIVERSAL REALTY
CHMtiwt 1179 CH«rtnut 1039
p>
James Hudson. *1^?*&. IwSIn^JSu uil
^arbara Brumbaugh. 21. Alexandria.
Clark' Galloway. 49, 1638 Columbia rd.
n.w., and Isabel Perea 85. 3206 38th
Otis Bowers. 25. East Riverdale, Ud.. and
Irene corbln. 19. Culpeper. Va.
Robert CTtrter. 48. and Ethel Gasaon,
Earf^amplwiif^S.^m Ward pi. n.w..
and Vivian Hamilton. 28, 1421 12th
at. n.w. ^
Bari Johnson. 24, 1225 Carrollburp Pi.
a.w., and Clara Day. 19. 1226 Balt
ft. a.w.
Charles Harvey. 24? 6323 Luxon ave. n.w:,
and Clarice Taylor. 22, New York City.
Aaron Wilton. 23. 1308 F at. n.e.. and
Sylvia Simms 21, 1116 8. C. art. a.e.
Joseph Poster. 18. 222 Lowry pi. .n.e..
and Dorothy Turner. 18, 10 49th at.
a.e.
Sam Briggs. 28. 135 R. I. ave. n.w., and
J.^lec.tetalk7; 'iimont at.
sv, and Ishnea Broadnax. 83, 1919
'24, 337 16th *t. a.*., and
Willie Dabote. 23. Atlanta. Oa.
Edward WUltama. 30, Vienna, Va.. and
Myrtle Le Gates. 31, WUmlngton, Del.
Robert Hovatter, 21, Walter Reed Hoap..
JJ>d Elaine Haltaer. 19. 1104 Allison
William. Murchake. 2l' AnnapolU. Md„
_ and Vlrainia Rice. IP, 2938 M pi, a.e
Frank Child. 43. 1105 l8tb at. n.w.. and
Helen Carver, 26. 802 4th at. n.e.
Emil Jorgensen. 47, and Carolyn Brown
In*. 38, both of Arlington, Va.
Thomti Ford, Jr.. 22. 612 FenMpI. n.w..
and Gladyt Sullivan. 23. IMS R. I.
ave. n.e.
and
_ _ ,_life
st. n.w, _ *
Robert Nelson. 32. Takoma Pork. Md.
and Rosemary Slmmel. 31, 4634 43rd pi.
n.w.
Bert Welch, 30. Alexandria. Ve„ and
Norlne Patterson. 38. Arltnaton. Va.
b\‘S5 TSE£r%&JHF » 8: %
are. n.w.
Cornelius Bretsch. 88. Raleish. N. C„
and Bmina Tousaoun, 40, Alexandria
John*Worden. Jr.. 36. and Marcaret Click,
24, both, of 1701 16th st. n.w.
Philip Gut*. Jr.. 36. and Janet Barca. 36,
both of New York City.
Irwin Bchnapper. 34. and Sadrs Cannon.
31, both of New York City.
Walter Carter, 36, 31» Lowrie pi. n.e..
and Josephine Reed, 24. 618 10th st.
8ft ft,4hw.rt^
n.w.
Lawrence CUlliew. 43. Buffalo, N. T.,
““UH* 38i W27 at. s.e.
INVESTMENT PROPERTY FOR SALE I
Pays 15% on Investment
NEW 4-FAMILY APARTMENTS
Large lot, choice S.E. location overlooking city. In
| dividual gas heating plants, screened concrete rear
porches. Near new shopping center and transporta- I
tion. Rent $2,880 per year. * j
CALL MR. DOUGHERTY, HO. 6020
* ROGER MOSS, Ktalt" 1
2125 R. I. Ave. N.E. Eves.. Ml. 9140 |
TODAY’S BEST BUY |
4-BEDROOM, V* ACRE, CLOSE IN
i —Dhow—laiiRMien—i—muiMH—t ii — ■ mmmum.mmi .—
120 NEW YORK AVE., TAKOMA PARK, MD.
Don’t fall to Inspect tho Interior of this eharming residence. Ton
will find a comfortable, expertly modernised dwelling with every
thing thought of for real living. There la a center hall, largo living
room with fireplace, full dining room and dream kitchen. Huge
glassed-in living porch across entire rear of house. 4 ample bed
rooms. Appointments include broadloom carpeting wall-to-wall on
the first floor, stairway and 2nd floor hall. Aluminum combination
storm eash. The grounds are lovely with a network of flagstone
walks, perennial gardens, fish pond and many large oak trees.
Also stream on property.
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 1 to 6 P.M.
To reachi Out Piney Branch ltd. to Philadelphia Ave'.. lett on Phila
delphia to Takoma Ave., left l Slock to N. Y. Ave., left to property.
Philip B. Key Realty Company
Bzclutlve Agent
8644 Colesville Rd. SLigo 3010
!-. .. -y-. .
Picturesque Cape Cod Colonial
On Spaeiout Vt Aero Silo
Lux Manor Road and Tilden Lana, Bathesda, Md.
Be sure to see this delightful home Sunday. Planned and built by
present owner, it combines the advantages of country life and
city conveniences. The grounds are welHandscaped and a virgin pine
forest fronting the property adds to its beauty. Of center-hall plon,
the house contains large living room with fireplace, dining room,
two large bedrooms, tile bath with shower, General Electric kitchen
with space for breakfost nook and screened porch on first floor.
Second floor has heating and plumbing installed should two additional
rooms and bath be desired at any time. Full basement with outside
entrance to rear yard which is completely fenced. Slate roof, attached
garage and the many other features make this on outstanding value.
OPEN SUNDAY, 11 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
Drive out Old Georgetown Road (Hi miles from Bank of
Bethesda) to Sedgwick Lane, left on Sedgwick Lane to first
intersection ana right to oven signtind property.
1 &'YOW® • fteafatL.
2144 \e P STREET, N. W. • DECATUR 4444
I WOODLEY PARK I
2716 Cortland Place N.W.
(Near the Kennedy-Werren)
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 1 TO DARK
Presenting > lovely semi-detached brick home in Immaculate condition lust off
Connecticut Ave. near the down-town area. Panelled living room, dining room,
kitchen, den and bath on 1st floor: 3 twin-sized bedrooms. 2 tile baths on
2nd: basement on ground level with front entrance has been altered at
considerable expense for recreation purposes, a doctor or professional person,
or as an income producer; gas heat: nice fenced yard with playground equip
ment: built-in garage; many other excellent features. Television set can be
included.
To Reach
o* Devon
1402 CnswcHgut Am «100
FEW REMAIRIM6 LOTS MUST BE SOLD
Exclusive Greenwich Forest
A devel. community adjoining Bethesda, Md.
Your opportunity to buy o lot for your future homo at
"Builders Discount" on terms you con afford.
$500 Cosh
Easy farms can ba arranged.
Special Features
1. Choice established neighborhood
2. Convenient to transportation, schools and shopping
S. Large level wooded lots
4. All utilities available
Must Be Seen To Be Appreciated; Come Out Today
Repraeentatlvaa on property at Hampden Lana and Lambeth Rd.
Greenwich Forest. Sat. 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. San. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m
Iveningt call Mr Allen, SLigo 2008.
IMrecMoni: Oat Wisconsin Ave., left at Bank af Bethesda for I
blocks, left at Wilson Lane to Greenwich Forelt entrance on riphf.
Continue on Hamvien Lane to Lambeth Hoad and representatives.
CAFRITZ
1404 K St N.W, Dl. 9010
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Outstanding
Opportunity
A delightful scenic drive ef
20 minutes ever the new,
wide Government Highway
past Andrews Field brings you
to this modern, established
owner-built and operated
Hotel. There are many busi
ness opportunities today
which entail more or less
capital risk but this is a
proven opportunity. Over a
period ef 14 years it has put
the owner in position to re
tire- It should do even bet
ter over the next span be
cause the City of Marlboro,
where it is located, is grow- *
ing rapidly. A leading
lanker ef the County is very
bullish on this Hotel.
The owner requires $25,000 in cosh and will carry the bal*' U
once over a long term. The price includes everything— U
buildings, ground (65'x275'), in the heart of city between I
U. S. Post Office and Bank, complete operating equipment
and stock includes large television just installed.
Ownership of this Hotel, Restaurant and lor. immediately
establishes one as a leading citizen of this growing City. |
From every angle this proposition warrants purchasing. Call 1
NA. 2557 week days for appointment to discuss or come in.
fxc/tttjve Ag*nit
JOHN H. MILLER JR. fr BRO.
flee/fert
1 SI2 K Street N.W. NA. 25S7
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Road and property.
4625 41* $». N.W. Office Open Doily (e 9 P.M.
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