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HOUSES WANTED
TO SELL
OR RENT
wmm
108 N. Capitol St. NA. 8-5020
builders
REALTORS:
FHA LOANS
alwaya rmemivm
prompt attention.
B FREDERICK W.
erens,Hc
1528 K St. N.W.
NAtional t-SOOO
8701 Go. Ave. S. S., MU.
JVniper 7-7709
I First I
| Trust 1
j Loans |
□ For Purchase
P □ For Rtfinaneinf i
gs □ For Improve
ments
I NORTHWESTERN 1
I SAYIIGS & LOAIV ASSIV. |
K 1415 Eye St, N.W. g
REpublic 7-5262
RAMBLER - *29,850
Will build on one-half-acre sites in Burning Tree Estates
(opposite the Bethesda Country Club), a choice pro
tected subdivision. A distinctive and well-planned 3-
bedroom, 2-bath brick rambler including garage and
22-ft. porch. Featuring center-hall entrance plan.
HOT-WATER HEAT, spacious living room with fire
place, separate dining room, fully equipped kitchen with
dining space. Large laundry room, ceramic tile baths
and many additional quality features.
E. P. VAIDEN & CO.
8416 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, Md. LO. 4-0153
Builders Designers
GREENWICH FOREST
Character, Environment, Location
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-7823 OVERHILL ROAD
Should Bo Your Numbor 1 “Moot Soo Today"
OPEN SUNDAY, 1 to 6
Impmslve brick Colonial of spacious proportions. 4 bedrooms. 2 baths.
Immaculate condition. Prewar quality construction, commanding view,
gorgeous wooded lot StSxlfSO. Recessed hot-water radiation. Recreation
ana maid’s room. Finished attic. Owners leaving for Florida. It is
priced to sell today. See It now.
Directions: Out Bradleu Bird, to Wilson Lane, right to Hampden Lane
(entrance to Greenunch Forest ), left a short distance, bear right on
Overhill Rd. to property.
F. A. TWEED CO., INC.
5504 Conn. Ave. EM. 3-1290
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4104 GLEN ROSE STREET—CHEVY CHASE VIEW
$34,950
VERY HIGH ELEVATION—ROLLING LAWNS—WIDE IM
PROVED STREET SPACIOUS GROUNDS 100* x 150*—
COMMUNITY OF HOME OWNERS SAFE LOCATION
FOR THE CHILDREN TODAY'S COMPLETE RAMBLER.
You will onjoy tho many tpacial features of this desirable property. Large
living room, dining room, den, Pullman-diner breakfast room, kitchen with
dishwasher and extra large refrigerator, three bedrooms, bath and powder
room. The bedrooms and hall are carpeted wall-to-wall. Automatic
garage door.
OPEN TODAY AND SUNDAY , 12 to 6
To Reach: Out Connecticut 4t>r. through Chew Chase to Sest-West Hwv.
traffic light, then continue straight ahead toward Kensington t miles to
SAUL ROAD, then left t blocks to summit Ave.. then right I blocks to
Olenross St., then right to the grocer tv and our "Open” sign.
Chevy Chase UniyQ WOodley
D * Mm.MDl.ft.fMn' 6-2300
Ixdusire Realtor—Our 32nd Year %
Realty
Revue
A pioneering Silver Spring
realty firm this month is cele
brating its 50th anniversary.
The firm is the Frank L. Hewitt
Co., founded by the late Frank
ff Hewitt, first
> Jgk HK postmaster of
| Silver Spring,
II H and now headed
:m|Mi v by Frank, jr
■ The elder Mr.
Hewitt, a native
r. l. Hewitt, jr. eery store. Sub
sequently he sold it and bought
a part interest in a farm imple
ment and supply store. Mean
while, he served as postmaster.
He established the real estate
and insurance business in 1903.
Today the firm has its own
building at 8487 Fenton street
and is largely operated by mem
bers of the family. Four of the
nine children of the elder Hew
itts are active in the firm. Mrs.
Nellie Hewitt Stinchcomb is of
fice manager; Thomas R. Hewitt
heads the Hewitt Construction
Co., and William E. Hewitt is
manager of the Rockville office.
In announcing observance of
its anniversary, the firm said it
recently negotiated purchase of
3,300 acres for the Washington
Suburban Sanitary Commission
for use in developing the Rocky
Gorge dam and reservoir. More
recently the firm handled ac
quisition of a 205-acre tract for
use as the location of the John
Hopkins University’s new Applied
Physics Laboratory, now under
way in Howard County, near
Scaggsville.
i** * *
Frank L. Parisi has been
elected a director and secretary
of Parker, Smith & Donnell, Inc.,
Arlington brokerage firm. Before
becoming affiliated with the firm
more than a year ago, Mr. Parisi
was with Mannas Realty. He is
also a director and secretary of
Joseph Parisi & Sons, builders.
** * *
Sigler & Co. announced today
the opening of a branch office
in the Oyster Building, 2415
Reedie drive, Wheaton. R. J.
Manovill is manager of the
office.
** * *
The District Chapter, Institute
of Real Estate Management,
■H | |gg ;
NOW IT’S PLASTIC HOUSES—Never underestimate the ingenuity of people who want to build
homes for other people. This little number is fashioned of plastic and it’s on view at the In
ternational Fair at Milan, Italy. The boat is of plastic, too. —Wide World Photo.
recently held a joint meeting
with the Baltimore chapter in
Baltimore and heard a panel
discussion on interest rates and
other topics.
** * *
J. Gibbons Kolb has an
nounced opening of an office at
1334 Wisconsin avenue N.W.
** * *
Melpar, Inc., has leased 75,000
square feet of space in the
Pentagon Industrial Center. The
firm was established in 1945 with
16 employes, and now employs
almost 1,000. Now a subsidiary
of the Westinghouse Air Brake
Co., it has research and develop
ment contracts with the military
services in the field of radar,
sonar, and telephonic com
munications.
** * *
All plans are completed for
the Montgomery County Real
Estate Board’s seventh annual
dinner-dance to be held next
Wednesday in the Congressional
Country Club, President George
W. Robertson said today. Head
ing the general committee is
Margaret J. Dunkley.
Lewis
(Continued From Page B-l.)
walls are of dry-wall construc
tion. Beams are left exposed
in the ceiling, and the ceiling
itself is of 2-by-6-inch tongue
and-groove planking. The
ceiling is painted a somewhat
warmed, light gray, with beams
painted in a darker shade of
the same color. Walls are.
SMALL COUNTRY ESTATE
3 ACRES *18,930
j a 1 WF-y ■ • ■'
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7142 Allentown Road
Air Force Colonel has been transferred and must sell his lovely home consisting of
3 acres of level fertile ground. It has a large living room with drop beam ceiling—
fireplace, large dining room and kitchen, lovely den and bath on first floor—3 bed
rooms and bath on second floor —full basement, oil hot-water heat—2-car detached
garage, lovely patio with child's swimming pool in rear—stable on rear of property—
Ideal place for pony or riding horse. Priced to sell quick.
OPEN SUNDAY, 11 A.M. to 6 P.M.
To Reach: Out Pennsylvania Avenue S.E. to Branch Avenue, right on Branch Avenue to Camp
Springs (2nd traffic light over District Line), right about 2 miles to sign and property.
DEWEY M. FREEMAN, REALTOR
3214 Branch Avenue S.E. JOrdan 8-7700
A CHARMING HOME FOR A LARGE FAMILY
4 Bedrooms Plus Sleeping Porch
• *3213 MORRISON STREETnIw^ 3
• living room 12x24'—separate dining room 13'xlO' • One largo bod room on third floor
• Extra largo kitchen with breakfast space • Beautiful recreation room with adjoining bar
• Powder room on first floor • Outside fireplace and two-car garage
O Three twln-siie bedrooms, two baths AND largo e Close to schools, shopping, transportation, and
sleeping porch on second floor + churches
Directions: Out Connecticut to Morrison, right to homo
Open Sunday , 2 tod P.lft.; Weekdays by Appointment Only
Prepare for Summer—Live Refreshed Around the Clock
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
3305 Turner Lane, Chevy Chase, Md.
0 De luxe rambler with three bedrooms, two baths • Separate dining room, attractively decorated
• AH-electric kitchen with 1 l-cu.-ft. refrigerator • Basement with fireplace and picture windows
• 24-ft. living room with doors to flagstone terrace • large completely landscaped lot
Open Monday Through Friday , 2 to 6, and Sunday , 2 to S
Directions: Out Connecticut Art. to Chary Chaso Circle oast on West
ern Ave. to Cummings Lane, left to Turner Lane, right to "Open" sign.
H.J. KORZENDORFE R CO., IVC.
OL. 4-8111
likewise painted light gray,
and window frames are painted
white, for contrast.
Lighting is by floor and
table lamps, supplemented by
spotlight-type lights recessed
between ceiling beams at a
number of places.
The floor of the living room,
dining area, master bedroom
and entrance hall is of sand
finished brick placed over a
concrete slab into which ducts
were laid.
Registers, principally around
the glass-wall areas, supply
forced warm-air heating, and
the ducts laid beneath the
floor according to a combina
tion spoke-type and perimeter
plan, provide a certain amount
of warmth within the floor for
radiation.
A free-standing fireplace in
the living room is of the same
sand-finished brick as were
used for the floors.
Floors of the kitchen, bath
room and servant’s bedroom
and bathroom are of asphalt
tile.
The roof is of the built-up
type, slopes very slightly and
has a four-foot overhang.
The site is wooded.
Inclosed area, not including
sleeping porch, carport and
storage room, covers about
1,275 square feet.
The architects said the de
sign and colors were dealt
with as they were in an effort
.to achieve a result that was
“light and open, crisp and
clean.”
Davies' Gardens Open
Today and Tomorrow
The locally incomparable gar
dens of Tregaron, home of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph E. Davies, will
be open to the public this after
noon and tomorrow afternoon
for the benefit of the sustaining
fund of the National Symphony
Orchestra.
Tickets will be available at the
gate of the gardens, 3029 Klingle
road N.W. after noon today and
tomorrow.
Mrs. Philip G. Strong is
chairman of the tour committee
for the symphony group.
This is the third year Mrs\
Davies has opened the gardens
to benefit the orchestra.
OPEN
Second Georgetown
OLD FIRST WARD
OF WASHINGTON
2622 K St. N.W.
Don. over In th. Old Colonl.l
style of Georgetown. Brick home
eonslitlng of living room with
wood-burning flrepl.ee overlooking
beontlfnl yard with flagstone ter
race; dtnlnr room; most complete
and modern kitchen; :i nice bed
rooms; tiled bath with bullt-tn
tub and shower; Bryant air-con
dltloned gas hot-air heat. This
home Is very convenient to all
Government departments.
OPEN DAILY
2 to 5 P.M.
HENRY J. ROBB, INC.
1024 Vermont Avo. N.W.
District 7-8141
Collins Reviews Parade
Ofs,OOOatßelvoir
Gen. J. Lawton Collins, Army \
Chief of Staff, yesterday re
viewed a parade of more than
ROCK CREEK PARK—*47,SOO
Owner Says “Sell This Weekend ” 515,000 Cash
% ||l| fejji §p §ji :9MBK>|9£-, T
4600 BROAD BRANCH- ROAD VACANT
This beautiful English red brick rambling Colonial is offered for sale at great sacrifice.
The first floor has large entrance foyer overlooking large step-down living room with
high-peaked beamed ceiling and fireplace, beautifully designed dining room with
fireplace, large kitchen with eating space and pantry, two bedrooms and bath, large
screened porch overlooking Rock Creek l?ark. Full basement, recreation room with
fireplace. Second floor features three large bedrooms, two baths, stairs up from kitchen
to maid’s room and bath over a three-car attached garage.
There is also a central air-conditioning unit installed in 1949. Beautiful grounds and
trees. Fifteen minutes through the park to downtown Washington.
Owner Desires to Sell Immediately
Mr. Castleberry on Premises Sunday , 11 to 5:30
To Reach: Out Connecticut Ave.. right on Albemarle to 30th St., left, to Brandvvnne St., right on Brandv
wtne to “Oven” sign at corner of Broad Branch Road.
BILLINGSLEY REALTY C©. ? INC.
Realtors
5211 Wisconsin Avenue N.W. Office Open Sunday EM. 2-2326
V PRESENTING THREE LOVELY HOMES
Beautiful Montgomery County Suburb
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439 Kimberly Road Open Sunday, 1 to 6
The man who wants value for his money, yet everything for his wife should check
these features:
• Sweeping half acre. • Two 23-ft. bedrooms on second
• Gracious living and dining rooms. _ t!°° r * . , ~
with picture windows. * Recreation room with fireplace,
maid s quarters.
• Two bedrooms and bath on first • Nearly new and tastefully
* ,oor * decorated.
• Electric kitchen with breakfast area. • $32,500 with excellent terms.
Walking distance to schools, NOL, and express bus downtown. For further details,
call Mrs. Neill, OL. 2-0772.
DIRECTIONS: Out New Hampshire Ave. ext. to Overlook Drive. Turn right, then left on Green
Acres; Right on Edgewater and left on Sweet briar to 439 KIMBERLY ROAD, HILLANDALE.
FREEDOM FOR CHILDREN
Away From Complicated City Life
HHHBRpD'' .B
819 Coley Road Paint Branch Farms, Montgomery County, Maryland
Ideally arranged for comfortable living with possibilities for doctor's offices which
would not interfere with the family.
• 4 bedroomt • White boord fence • Garage and full basement
• 2 baths e j acre rolling ground
• Large electrical kitchen • Huge living-dining * Wonderful place to raise
• Hobby room combination children
These are just a few of the special features of this custom built, year old brick rambler.
Well priced at $34,500.
DRIVE OUT SAT. OR SUN., BETWEEN 1 and 6 P.M.
For Further Information Pleaae Call Mra. Upp, JU. 9-0335
DIRECTIONS: From Silver Spring on Route 29 through Colesville to Copley Road,
Right on Copley to house.
LOVELY WOODED LOT, 86x254?
■ I 2105 Henderson Ave.
aaJnml Wheaton, Maryland
OPEN SUN., 1 TO 6
■ A four year old, throe bedroom
brick Colonial Home situated on a
: Br'B quiet res ’ c:en!inl s,r ‘ ,pt - Hat lor 8 p
rooms end a "modern as fomor
' row ' kitchen. full dry basement,
,T> * with materials included to finish
Bfp iß|- a recreation room. Priced at SI 8,-
||lH| .sm ,J| 950.
For further information call
Mri. Rom*ey, JA. 8-1966
1 ' /);rr ' 1' Out Grorffin A ' extend'd
~\ l " on Henderson to cut Open Sign.
Uptown Offica
4608 Wis. Ava.
8^
THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
SATURDAY, APRIL »fl, 1953
5,000 men at the Engineer Cen
ter. Fort Belvoir.
Accompanying Gen. Collins In
the reviewing stand were 32
Mxclus ire
EJ TT7h h pssi
Walker #r Dunlop. Inc. 1
I wealtows " M
senior officers from 14 foreign
nations, who are winding up a
two-week conference on military
engineering techniques.
EM.
2-6715
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