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Issued for 68-Unit Apartment Project A 68-unit elevator apartment for colored occupancy was among projects for which permits were issued during the last week by the District's Central Permit Office. Permit valuation for this apart ment building, to be known as Holly House, is $400,000. The loca tion will be 1825 T street N.W. Owner is Holly House, Inc., and builder is Holly Builders, Inc. Architect is Milton J. Prassas, 1737 Harvard street N.W. Among other permits issued during the week were: Franciscan Friars of the Atone ment, Inc.,' owner; Graymoor, Garrison N. Y.: Tuckman-Barbee Construction Co., Inc., builders, 1720 H street N.W.; Murphy & Locraft, architects, 1518 P street N.W.; to erect one 3-story ma sonry and concrete dormitory, 145 Taylor street N.E., to cost $380, 000. Martha F. Reiss, owner, 2209 L street N.W.: builder, not se lected: George T. Santmyers, architect. 2209 L street N.W.: to erect four 3-story brick and cin der-block apartments (42 rooms), 2424-31 Alabama avenue S.E., to cost $200,000. Corn Construction Co., owner and builder. 927 Eighteenth street N.W.; George T. Santmyers, arch itect, 2209 L street N.W.; to erect seven 2-story brick and cinder block flats, 1229-41 Sixteenth street N.W.: to cost $56,000. All Souls’ Memorial Episcopal Church, owner. Cathedral avenue and Woodley place N.W..; William P. Lipscomb Co., Inc., builder, Woodward Building: Arthur P. Starr, architect, 1223 Connecticut avenue N.W.: to erect one 2-story brick, stone and concrete church office and Sunday School: also repairs; 2300 Cathedral avenue N.W.; to cost $45,000. Central Development Co., own er, 4433 New Hampshire avenue N.W.; George C- Burns, builder and architect, 23 Williams Lane, Chevy Chase, Md.; to erect two apartments and flat, brick and cinder-block, two stories high, 1850-54-58 Central avenue N.E.;j to cost $45,000. Michael Walsh, owner, 1211 I street N.W.; George C. Bums, builder and architect, 23 Williams lane, Chevy Chase, Md.; to erect one 1-story brick and cinder-block warehouse, 1812 Half street S.W.; to cost $35,000. APARTMENTS UNDER WAY—Here are architects’ sketches of new apartment buildings under way in the District area. Above is 138-unit luxury building at 4301 Massachusetts avenue N.W. started in July and due to be completed in June, 1951. It will have 8 stories on the street side and 11 stories on side facing Government park. Corning & Moore are the architects. Owner is 4301 Massachusetts Avenue, Inc. This is the new Holmead Apartments, to have 99 rental units at 3435 Holmead place N.W. for which excavation has beg:un. The building: will have five stories, basement and sub-basement. Architect is Milton J. Prassas. Owner is Holmead Apartments, Inc. In addition to the apart ments, the building: will have two professional offices, the architect said. Poole Handles Sale Nathan Poole, president of Drury Realty dorp., this week handled the purchase of the 6 story garage at 1514 L street N.W. for Ducirco, Inc., of which Jerome Murray is president. Seller was Southland Life Insurance Co. of Texas. The price was reported to be over $1.1 million. The garage will park 450 cars. HOLLY KNOLL Well Within Washington’s Metropolitan Area 1 between Chain Bridge and Leesburg, Va., on Route 7 | The fine residence is located on a handsomely land i scaped twelve-acre site and has dignity and charm, | center hall, beautifully proportioned rooms with high ceilings and detail typical of the period; lovely win dows and outlook. Holly Knoll is far enough out to be in real country while near enough for easy commuting to Washington. Attractively priced at $55,000. An excellent value; a delightful residence. Now an operating exclusive Sanitarium. Call Mr. Smith for appoint ment to inspect, f'ienna 163-J4, evenings and Sundays. FRANCES POWELL HILL 1608 20th St. Exclusive Agent DEcatur 4101 . ....—...... Your Investment in BETTER LIVING These Houses NOT SUBJECT to new Credit Controls ONLY $13,500 AND UP 35 SOLD IN 1st GROUP A new conception in architectural planning is realized in this de velopment of semidetached ramblers. Here are unusual, modern homes set in the natural beauty of a Maryland suburban area. EIGHT different exterior designs prevent the monotony of ordi nary projects and large, landscaped lots add to the balance of home and setting. Careful construction and fine materials assure you of a delightful home with adequate living space. I — -'FEATURING .—1 I * 2 and 3 bedrooms • 8 different types to choose from • 25-ft. living and dining roam combination * Bedrooms as large as 16x13 * Hollywood til* baths with matching colored fixtures * Ultra de luxe kitchen includ ing Westinghouse Laundro mat, garbage disposal, 7-eu. ft. Shelvador refrigerator, de luxe gas range, Crosley all metal cabinets * Gas a.-c. heat OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY, 10 TO DARK BUILT BY MASTER BUILDERS otIt Michigan Ace. into Queens Chanel Rd. to Ager Rd., left cn Ager Rd. to our sign, right to houses. FREDERICK REAL ESTATE, INC. 2151 K ST. N.W. RE. 2461 Realtors (Continued From Page B-l.) man Maybank of the Senate Banking Committee, who will talk on “Government and Real Estate." Clyde Powell, assistant com missioner for rental housing of the Federal Housing Administra tion, also will speak. Others on the program will in clude Dr. Herbert D. Dorau. and Dr. George R. Collins, of New York University; Capt. Edward V. Rickenbacker, Thomas J. Wat son, Representative Short, Re publican, of Missouri; Corinne Griffith, the former movie star who is now a West Coast builder; Holman D. Pettibone, president of the Chicago Title and Trust Co., Jess Larson, head of the General Services Administration, and Dr. John K. Langum, vce president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Organizations affiliated with the national association also will hold meetings during the period. Navy Engineer Wins Prize for Design Of Welded Bridge The James F. Lincoln Arc Weld ing Foundation, Cleveland, this week announced that Arsham Amirikian, 6526 Western avenue, Chevy Chase, Md., received hon orable mention in a competition for the design of a welded bridge. Thirteen awards totaling $10, 750 were made in competition for an all-welded 250-foot highway bridge. Mr. Amirikian’s prize was $200. A first award of $5,000 was given to James H. Jennison, Pasadena, Calif. Second * award of $2,000 went to Ernst Amstutz, Zurich, Switzerland. Mr. Amirikian is head design engineer of the Navy’s Bureau of Yards and Docks. He is a gradu ate of Cornell University, class of 1923, as a civil engineer. Some of the foremost bridge designers in the world participated in the competition, the foundation said. Frazier Heads Fry Firm Karl B. Frazier, formerly with Edward Jones & Co., for 18 years as a salesman, has been chosen president of E. M. Fry, Inc., real estate firm at 7425 Wisconsin avenue, Bethesda. Mr. Fry, who formerly headed the company, will remain as secre tary-treasurer. The name will remain unchanged. AMERICAN UNIY. PK. I Western Ave. and Ellicott St.—4808 Ellicott St. N.W. OPEN SUN., 1 to 6 Attractive detached brick, recep tion hall entrance, large living room with fireplace, dining room, large kitchen; 3 bedrooms, 2 com plete baths. Full basement, out side entrance. Gas h.-w.h. This home has many appealing fea tures as slate roof, front porch, recessed radiators, detached ga rage, large rear yard. Anchor fenced. Beautiful shrubs. Price—$24,500. Terms CONNER &RY0N, INC. 1010 18th St. N.W. ST. 9463 or RE. 3216 IFRANK SJPHiLLIPS’"wKKLY^ PRESENTATION 1 1 OF OUTSTANDING HOME VALUES I I Exclusive Foxholl Road Area 4815 Calvert Street N.W. Open Sat., 2-8; Sun., 10-8 YOU HARDLY CAN HOPE TO FIND A LOCATION WITH MORE TO OF FER. ADJOINS WESLEY HEIGHTS IN THE HORACE MANN SCHOOL ZONE. One of the very few remain ing tracts of beautiful wooded land in the Northwest section of the City. This is the beginning of a brand-new community of fine-quality homes to be restricted and carefully controlled by highly reputable developers. This home, just completed by Frank S. Phil lips, has an unusual and most attractive center-hall plan. BUILT TO THE SAME HIGH STANDARD OF QUAL 1TY WE ALWAYS HAVE STRIVED TO MAINTAIN. Contains seven rooms and 214 baths. Includes study and lavatory on first floor. Three TWIN-SIZE bedrooms and two baths on second floor. Recreation room. Large concrete screened living porch. Built-in garage. Gas heat. Delightful setting bordered on two sides bv large estate. WITHIN 314 MILE RADIUS OP WHITE HOUSE, HENCE ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN. Directions: Massachusetts Ave. to Nebraska Ave. (at Ward Circle), left on Nebraska Ave. to Foxhall Road, Left on Foxhall Road to Garfield St., right on Garfield St. to 49th St., left on 49th to Calvert St., left to home. Luxury R^bibler on Beautiful Fulton Circle 4917 Fulton Street N.W. Open Sot., 2-8; Sun., 10-8 Speaking of Ramblers—WE BE LIEVE YOU WILL SAY THIS IS THE FINEST RAMBLER YOU EVER HAVE SEEN FOR $31,850. Splendid location high up on Fulton Circle with a truly marvelous view across the Potomac Valley. Built by Frank S. Phillips. Six bright, spacious rooms, two lovely tile baths, large concrete screened living porch ALL ON ONE FLOOR. Huge ex pansion attic with one beautiful big Dearoom plus space for two more. Full basement contains recreation room with fireplace, large storage area and built-in garage. Embodies every top-notch construction feature, includ ing all copper tubing and slate roof. MAXIMUM CONVENIENCE, ONE BLOCK FROM KEY GRADE SCHOOL; TWO SHORT BLOCKS TO STORES AND TRANSPORTATION; APPROX IMATELY 10 MINUTES TO DOWNTOWN BY AUTO. FuUon>Street°tlo homeArthUT Blvi' to Dana f!ace. right on Dana Place one block to Fulton Street, right on Adjoins Exclusive Crest wood 1718 Upshur Street N.W. Open Sun., 1-6 IP THERE IS MORE HOUSE ON THE MARKET IN A COMPARABLE LOCA TION FOR $23,950, WE WILL HAVE TO BE SHOWN. Large and very solid de tached tapestry brick home with slate roof. Eight rooms and two baths. DEN ON FIRST FLOOR. FOUR BEDROOMS AND TWO BATHS on second floor. Full basement. Gas hot-water heat. Two-car garage. Level lot. Directions. Out 16th Street N.W, to Upshur Street, left to home. Excellent Bungalow for $15,250 210 Spruce Avenue Tokonia Park, Md. Open Sun., 1-6 HERE IS TRULY A FINE HOME FOR THE FAMILY REQUIRING A ONE FLOOR PLAN COMBINED WITH GOOD LOCATION AND MAXIMUM CONVENIENCE. Very substantial frame bungalow completely renovated and practically in new-house condition. Six rooms (3 bedrooms), bath, fire place, large porch ALL ON ONE FLOOR. Stairway to huge semifinished expansion attic. Full basement. Ga rage. Gas hot-water heat. NICE I LEVEL LOT ON BEAUTIFUL STREET PLANTED ON BOTH SIDES WITH FLOWERING CHERRY TREES. P,'re£(!.on?. Go *° intersection ot Carroll Avenue and Tulip Avenue in Tkoma Park, left on Tulip one short 888 block to Spruce, right to home. FRANK S. PHILLIPS 1 927 15th St. N.W. Realtor Dl. 1411 ■» ly2 ACRE FARMETTE $2,750 Down—GI Approved, $19,750 11810 CLAIRAGE ROAD • OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 4 BEDROOMS—2 BATHS—FULL BASEMENT Just a few minutes from Silver Spring ai)d D. C. Line. In excellent neighborhood two blocks from recreation center and new elementary school. T wo blocks from new St. John’s Parish and school now under construction. For further information call Mr. Cordon, LO. 6-8705. TO REACH: Out Georgia Ave. A miles bevond Silver Soring to Viers Mill Road, one mile on Viers Mill Road to Clairage Road on right. I ON-THE-LEVEL LIVING I 1 6 MODELS - *22.950 UP CHEVY CHASE MANOR 1 Out Conn. Are. to Chevy Chase Circle, bear right on Western Are. to Winnette Rd„ left on Winnette 1 block. I|||| 19 Reception hall with coat closet • 24 to 28 ft. living room 9 3 Large bedrooms 9 2 Beautiful baths 9 Large closets with automatic lights • Wonderful kitchen with Breakfast space • Large utility room • Some hove dining rooms and dens I Lifetime roof k Copper plumbing, downspouts and gutters k Picture windows k Beautiful parquet floors k Silent mercury lighting switches k Stairs to large floored storage attic k Plastered walls with 3 coats of point k Flagstone walks and terroce Come out Sunday and talk with our salesmen. Several choice building sites still available. Open Sunday, 10 to Dark BILLINGSLEY & KORZENDORFER, Inc. 5211 Wisconsin Aye. Realtor, ORdway 2326 1st GROUP SOLD—2nd GROUP NOW OFFERED ROCKCREST ROCKVILLE, MD. A Planned Community of 270 Detached Homes on Large Wooded Lots Furnished Model Home, 1101 Wade Avenue 3-BEDROOM RAMBLERS, *9,850 up t PLUS SETTLEMENT CHARGES $68.50 PER MONTH, INCLUDING TAXES AND INSURANCE (FHA FINANCING) Paved streets, concrete curbs, gutters and sidewalks built and paid for by the builder. OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY, 1 TO 6 P.M. TO REACH: Out Wisconsin Avenue to new railroad bridge in Rockville, right over bridge 2 blocks to property, JOSEPH W. ROGERS, JR.—Architect. ETHEL PILSON WARREN—Interior Designer MEAD0WBR00K, INC., BUILDER Monroe Warren, Pres.