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Edward A. Blick, Inc., has opened the Kimblewick subdivision between Georgia avenue and
New Hampshire avenue extended in Silver Spring. Fifty homes are to be built, with 10
different styles being offered on half-acre lots, starting from $32,950. Agents are Pepper
Real Estate.
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FIRST FAMILY
John Woodard, jr., sales manager at West
Gate of Lomond in Manassas, turns over the
keys to the first family to move into the
planned 4,000-home community. They are
Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Lipps, who are moving
into the five-bedroom, three-bath, split-foyer
house at 153 Lomond drive with their six
children.
r Stephen Yeonas Chosen
Marketing Man of Year
Stephen O. Yeonas, out
going president of the Home
Builders Association of Me
tropolitan Washington, has
been named “Marketing Man
of the Year” by the Wash
ington chapter of the Amer
ican Marketing Association.
Mr. Yeonas, a well-known
Northern Virginia builder
and realtor, was selected for
the award from nominees
submitted by more than 150
members of the Washington
chapter. He was chosen for
his marketing leadership in
the home building industry,
the marketing association
noted.
A plaque will be presented
to Mr. Yeonas at a luncheon
Thursday in the main ball
room of the Presidential
Arms. The presentation will
be made by Ralph L. Gillen
of McKinsey & Co., Inc.,
president of the Washington
chapter.
Besides serving for the last
year as president of the local
builders group, Mr. Yeonas
is chairman of the national
merchandising committee of
the National Association of
Home Builders.
As president of the Yeonas
Development Co., he heids a
firm which has built nearly
3,000 new homes in North
ern Virginia, Including such
communities as Vienna
Woods, Dunn Loring Woods
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CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND
3703 Curtis Court
This beautiful Colonial home is being offered to the 0
discriminating purchaser. Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac C
It affords the utmost in comfortable family living. Large J?
living room, formal dining room, powder room and £
large modem kitchen comprise the first floor. 4 nice
bedrooms, 2 baths and stairway to a well-insulated and f'
expandable 3rd floor for 2 additional rooms and bath.
Recreation room with bor and fireplace—2-car attached
garage. Large level lot. Vacant—immediate Possession.
OPEN TODAY AND SUNDAY, 1:30-5
TO MACH' Out Conn. Ave. to Leland St., right on Leland to
Brookville Rd., turn sharp left on Curtie St. lat intersection
ot Brookville Rd J to Curtis Court and left to house.
BOSS and PHELPS, inc
1417 K ST. N.W. NA. 8-9300
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KIMBLEWICK OPENS IN SILVER SPRING
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Stephen G. Yeonas
Springfield Woods and Mosby
Woods.
Mr. Yeonas previously has
been selected as Virginia’s
Realtor of the Year, Jaycee
Young Man of the Year and
recipient of the Washington
Advertising Club’s Distin
guished Achievement Award.
He is a past president of the
Northern Virginia Board of
Realtors and was chairman
of the 1961 United Givers
Fund campaign in Northern
Hill was handled jointly by
Virginia.
Tips on Solving
Heating Problems
By ANDY LANG
AP Newsftgtaret Writer
The various types of fuel
used to heat a house have
generated an intense com
petitive struggle to convince
the public that one kind is
necessarly better than the
others. Write a story which
even remotely hints of the
superiority of one of these
heating products—and be
prepared to withstand a bom
bardment of protests from
the purveyors of the other
fuels.
We mentioned this the other
day during a discussion with
the managing director of a
fuel trade association. He
grinned and pointed out that
we ha deffectively stopped
him from discoursing on the
advantages of his type of
heating. But, he added, his
industry’s heating experts
had Just completed a survey
to determine the five most
frequent and easy -to - fix
home heating complaints.
Since most of the com
plaints apply to heating sys
tems using different kinds of
fuel, we thought we’d pass
along his information.
1. The thermostat frequent
ly clicks on and off, yet the
house remains uncomfortably
cool. This may be caused by
the fact that a lamp, TV set
or other heat-producing ap
pliance is too close to the
thermostat. Or dust may be
at the root of the problem.
Although most new - style
thermostats are dust-proof,
many older types aren’t. This
condition usually may be
corrected simply by lifting the
thermostat cover and blow
ing briskly on the Inside
mechanism.
2. The radiator is warm but
the room is cold. This may
be due to poor air circulation
in the room. Warm air rises,
but its movement may be
slowed down if it has no
place to go. You can speed
up the process by keeping
doors to the various rooms
open. It really doesn’t “save”
heat to close off rooms and
shut off radiators or regis
ters in the closed-off sections.
3. The rooms „are drafty
and the floors are cold. Just
as you can speed up air cir
culation in the manner just
described, you can slow down
the flow of air by closing
off air escapes. Many older
homes and some new ones
are not sufficiently insulated.
The addition of storm win
dows and doors can work
wonders in such cases. Stra
tegic use of weather stripping
may be helpful, too.
4. The boiler seems to be
heating properly, but the
radiators are cold. This may
be a simple case of the ra
diators being air-bound. Air
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FIVE DESIGNS
from $36,950
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Drive out 14th St. Bridge, K/
through Alex Out Mt
Vernon Blvd -George ■
Washington Memoriol ■ *' V;
Parkway! to Mount Ver-
non circle around circle lOSfSw OsjS
to Rte. 235 Souft to end '
of brick wall (®e. 623), *
left on 623 to Westgate I
sign and model homes ' -W?
on right.
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in the room helps circulate
warmth, but air in a radia
tor can reduce its heat-pro
ducing capacity. All radia
tors have an air vent valve
located on them.
Captive air in a hot-water
radiator can be released by
opening the valve with either
a screwdriver or a small key,
depending on the style of
the radiator. It is best to
hold a small pan under the
valve for this operation be
cause when all the excess air
has left the radiator it will
be followed by a flow of hot
water. When this occurs, a
turn of the key or screw
driver will again shut off the
valve.
Steam radiator air vent
valves function automati
cally. Occasionally, however,
they become jammed. When
this happens, the valve can
be removed for cleaning after
shutting off the large hand
valve on the supply side of
the radiator. If the valve
doesn’t flush clean after
holding it under a stream of
water, let it soak over night
in kerosene or other clean
ing solution.
5. Thf radiators make a
loud knocking sound when
the heat is turned up. In the
case of a steam system, this
may be caused by water ac
cumulation in the radiator
or its supply piping. The so
lution is to raise the end of
the radiator not connected to
the pipe and prop it up with
a small block of wood a
quarter of an inch thick.
The condensation in the ra
diator then will flow toward
the pipe and return back
into the system where it be
longs.
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CHASE
7203
rook Lane
SUNDAY. 2-5
ooms, 2 baths,
ind recreation
Walking dis
to Rollingwood
DIRICTIONS: To Chtvr Chau
Circle, right on Western Ave. to
Pinehurtt Pkwy., left to Bvbrook
and right to oven tign. tve». Mrt.
Plather, HO. 9-3733.
4232 Wisconsin Av*. N.W.
WO. 6-5800
September
Contracts
Increase
September contracts for fu
ture building in the Metro
politan Washington Area
were 33 per cent above the
September, 1981, level, the F.
W. Dodge Corp, reports.
The dollar volume of total
building contracts, including
residential and non-residen
tlal building, amounted to
855.023,000, according to
Dodge spokesman E. H. Keefe.
Contracts for non-residen
tlal building amounted to
$12,660,000, down 25 per cent
from the previous year, but
residential contracts totaled
$42,363,000, up 73 per cent.
According to the Dodge re
port, the cumulative total of
building contracts for the
first nine months of 1962
amounted to $580,305,000, a
34 per cent increase com
pared with the corresponding
1961 period.
WE WANT
TO BUY
D C. ond Md. Homes
Land, Apartments and
Commercial Property
Mr. Mickey kA. 6-4600
buying
a home?
the name to remember-
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MORTGAGE BANKERS ★ REALTORS
WEST ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND
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Have you outgrown your present home?
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TRADE UP TO BEAUTIFUL. . .
Woodley Gardens
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~'4 Do you want a stately Colonial? A carefree
... - x y /1 rambler? A spacious split-level? You’ll find
it at Woodlev Gardens! Sensibly priced from
1 . ' $26,750, INCLUDING AIR CONDITION-
Ml ING on deep and heavily wooded lots.
Ov i MONTGOMERY' COUNTYS FIRST PRE-PLANNED
COMMUNITY!
- *\* Conceived by famed builder and planner, Monroe
Warren. Already completed are important
house facilities, and Olympic-size swim pool. Also
included are planned recreation areas and shop-
ping center.
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I \ Vwl JUST MINUTES FROM CONNECTICUT AVENUE.
' x Mtn 10 minutes from N.1.H., 81, minutes from Montrose
■ •' f - ! \ w7l Rd. Bethesda
'< < ® G ■ I MONTGOMERY COUNTY'S PRESTIGE NEW
' ■I. I LOCATION! Just minutes from IBM., A.E.C., the
■ H new Bureau ot Standards.
■Ugl EXCELLENT FINANCiyQ, PAY AS LITTLE
Bl '.SBSW B - XMB AS $2,850 DOWN.
NO FRONT FOOT BENEFIT CHARGES!
This is suburban living at its best... with
all big city advantages. All lots have city
water, sewers & sidewalks and are com
directions: pletely sodded.
From Wheaton; Silver Spring or Takotna Park. Follow
Viers Mill Road to Rockville; continue through Rockville
to West Montgomery Ave. Turn right at Woodley Garden's T\ CT Btti,t bv ■ Sa,e> T\T\7"
sign. From Bethesda or the District: Follow Wisconsin V I hTDITTITP([])O' V V
Avenue (Rockville Pike) to Int. No. 70 (U. S. No. 240) cut- J-v JJ.suaij.lijj. sufsuz v » suoxa ax suzaaia.
off. Follow No. 240, right at Rockville interchange (Rte. c »*> ro»i»r 2-aooo. Rockville, ms.
28) and left at top of hill, left at Nelson Street. Op * n 11 A M ‘"“ l D,rk ” bT Appointment
THE EVENING STAR
Washington, 0. C., Saturday, November 24, 1982
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6104 Kenedy Drive—Kenwood, Md.
la The Ceaeaeaaity of Basiness and Profeasioaal Exeeatives
This is the opportunity to establish your home in this excellent community of ENDURING VALUES,
where the delightful privileges of the Kenwood Golf and Country Club ore at your door.
A most comfortable ond home-like residence with the charm of a Colonial and the convenience
of the fully equipped house of today.
Center ball—living room and dining room to the rear—library with full bath adjoining—com
pletely equipped kitchen ond 2-car garage. On the second floor—the master suite of 2 large room
and bath, also room with private both and 2 rooms with hall bath—stairway to insulated third floor.
The lower level has larga recreation room with fireplace—Foundry room—hobby room and service room.
CENTRALLY AIR CONDITIONED
TO REACH: Out Wit. Xce. to at Dortet Ave. traffic light. turn left on Dortet, continue Into
Kenwood to Kennedy Drive, and right to the property and our "open” sign.
CHEVY CHASE, MD. CHEVY CHASE, D. C.
3714 Underwood Street 6124 3211 d p| aee n. w .
fr lD „l^2^?i. CH .t™~ an<i Vacant—a v.ry .mart whit, brick Colonial homa
bl««i with „ ,| at . roo f_, ide .h o H plan. hug. family roam
S 9^1 <° U “. ° J hO dining room, living room with
winiJM. £ firoploc. and good wall .poc.-3 Iwdroom.. 2 both.
”°"- d * rs “ l "•'ShborboPd-lutt pamted on _^o, o g.. A ..ry trim. cl«>n. w.ll-arrang.d honrn-
2*— ’" C, Jattroctiv. ,«.r gord.n. Mu.t b. .old.
consider this a choice offering at $32,500. __ t M
TO rfacH’ nut 4esm r'bmaa Out Conn Ave. (5d09 block) to Me-
Circle cantin^^tV^Ai!!'r!!!! Kinley St. (traffic light), right and continue to
to l e li,ht ~Ti st ■ Mt t 0 entenhouit, right on Kitten-
to Underwood St., right to our open .isn, honeg to Mnd ft. left to our “open’ eirn.
ALL OPE\ SUNDAY, 1 >TIL 6
WOodley Che *Y Chas «
6-2300 k/ — c.
WC L. OREM JR.PBESIPENT
Exrfusire Realtor^— Our 41st Year
Real Estate
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