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Table of Contents                                                Vol. 6 No. 2 July 1980

        12    The Geography of Power By William Garland
              Choosing the right location

        17 Carla Hills
              Opting for excellence

        18    Playing the Male Skin Game By David Hubler
              The revolution in men's care

         7    Annabell's File
                                                                                              Your purchase of a fine Oriental
         9    Art and Artists By Viola Drath                                                     rug from the collection at
              Pogo's progress to the silver screen

        11 . Books by Neighbors
             Mr. Jefferson's Upland Virginia, The Blair-Lee House                               HECHT'S
                                                                                              offers more than meets the eye.
        22    Along Party Lines                                                                It is a superbly wise investment
              Pokety bid, Fashions by Dior, Folger's Benefit,                                 at an unus•Jally attractive price.
              the Commandant's Parade and other events                                         Oriental rugs increase in value
                                                                                               as they mature. Offering you a
        34    The Educated Palate By Bette Taylor
              Savoring the culinary joys of a country inn
                                                                                               lifetime of reward as you reap
                                                                                                the pleasures of their beauty.
        46    Letters to the Editor                                                                      Our rugs are of
                                                                                            unequalled quality and excellence
        52    Real Estate Transactions                                                               Examine them for their
                                                                                            craftsmanship. Fascinating design.
        54    Social Calendar By Maggie Wimsatt
                                                                                            Intricate hand woven detail. These
                                                                                                are touchstones to quality of
                                                                                                     beautiful Oriental rugs.
        COVER                                                                                   We invite you to our gallery to
                                                                                                    select a fine rug from our
        Carla Hills, former Secretary of the Office of Hou ing and Urban
        Development und er President Ford, is shown in her new office at 1333                         -~·
        New Hampshire Ave. , buill by the Geo rge Hym a n onstruction o .
        Typica l of the ma ny professio na ls who choose a prime office loca tion                    ADD AN ORIENTAL
        she practices law, as a partner with Latham, Watkin and Hill , a                               RUG TO YOUR
        Ca lifornia based firm. The office wa designed by kidmore, Owings                               INVESTMENT
        and Merrill. Mrs. Hills stands before a painting by H ilda Thorpe.
        Flowers are Aga panthas in a cobalt blue vase arranged by David                                  PORTFOLIO
        Ellsworth of "Flowers." Mrs. Hill makeup by Susan Hau ser and hair
        styled by Phil Gravels. Photographed by Peter Garfield .

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 AnnabellS File                                                                                            ~
                                                                                                    PIAG             T
                                                                                             Master Watchmakers and }Lwe//ers

 Odd Images:                                 are planning to jump ship-even if Jim-
    Those vaunted Concordes are flying       my wins ... But the rats, the four legged
over half full, or half-empty ... That       variety, plan to stay aboard forever.
 baby shower that Elna Barros, wife of       Reporters were startled recently by a
the Chilean Ambassador was to throw          number of "rat" sightings on the White
 for Effie Barry, called off at the last     House front lawn. They're big and fat
rnoment for political reasons, has           and apparently, like politicians, tough
 resulted in a freezer full of little blue   to run out of town ... Enriguillo del
and pink cakes. Elna plans to leave          Rosario, the popular widowed Am-
them there until another happy event         bassador from the Dominican Republic
~equires their services .. .Those Clydes'    is planning to revolutionize
  amburgers, once the best-in-town,          Washington entertaining with a start
seem to be shrinking rapidly in inverse      late, eat late and dance late policy, just
Proportion to their prices ... the           as in the D.R. Unfortunately, we have
9eorgetown explosion is spawning an          no siestas in our town ... Tongsun Park,
Invasion of ethnic New York foods and        miffed by Korean government's bann-
restaurants. Pronto, a trendy east side      ing of his concert hall is reportedly
~~sta place is applying ... The bagel, and   coming back to Washington for
  laly too, are on its way ... Most          another visit.                                      Time flows continuously.
~Uching visual vignette is the sight of                                                             From engine-turned
   ose Narva, dynamic manager of the         Best Partygivers:                                 textured bracelet into case,
~heraton Carlton, saving the last dance         That lawn wedding party thrown by              into bracelet. The gold dial
Rr Chef Violante of the posh Carlton         Anne and Charlie Camalier for their                is marked by 60 dots. The
   oom every Saturday night.Rose's           daughter Deborah and her groom                    electronic quartz movement
?~bby, Capt. (Dr.) Bill has just been in-    Richard, was the most spectacular ever                is accurate to within
lllated into inner sanctum of top Der-       seen in the memory of the                          60 seconds a year. Totally
~atologists in U.S.                          guests ... meriting Anne the undisputed
                                                                                              hand-crafted in Switzerland by
'YIOre Dirt                                  title of the best party-giver in town ... in-
                                                                                                       Piaget. $9,600.
    A. soon-to-be-published book by an       dicative of the detailed attention was
ex-maitre d'hotel of the Senate dining       the brand new white tent flown in by
room seems to dish up more dirt than         commercial airliner the night before
khat offered by non-typist Liz               when the tent people couldn't come up
   ay ... The Washington Post in-            with a clean tent from local stock.
~st~gative team is crawling all over the     Peopling:
   atJonal Bank of Washington, talking          Djamchid Tavallali. former number
to ex-employees and depositor s              two to Ardeshir Zahedi, and former
s·Something big in the wind at the           Iranian Ambassador to Argentina re-
  tar ... Miffed by U.S. policy on the       joining his family after months of har-
human rights issue, the Argentine            rowing separation in Tehran . . . the            Diamond Brokers • Appraisers
Government seems to be foolishly (and        phone company has finally gotten
~ossibly illiegally) subsidizing a           around to take out John Connally's                Monday-Friday 10 to 5:30
  Panish language newspaper in New           campaign watts phones, all 200 of                   1710 M Street, N.W.
't'ork published by a dubious religious      them ... Susan Hurley no longer work-              Washington, DC 20036
C .. incidentally, those cult recruiters     ing for United Arab Emirates ... Deecy                   202·872·171 0
Using a "personality test" as a come-on      Stevens back from Orientation tour of
Ploy, still using Hectors as a theater of    Defense Establishment for top women
~erations. They stand on the corner of       in and out of government...The Don                         FREE PARKING
    and Wisconsin hawking their wares        Bonkers from Washington State adop-
~0 the unwary. Forewarn your kids.           ting their first child ... that Polish joke         Major ' rcdil   ards Acccplcd
  Ols and Dips!                              silliness by Nancy Reynolds, Nancy
   Many loyal Carterites now on board        Reagan's "advisor", thankfully didn't

                                                                                                                  Do sier/July 198017
                                                                                                      spill over to spoil Mrs. Reagan' s first
                                                                                                      press conference, but it wasn't verY
                                                                                                      bright and hopefully not indicative of
                                                                                                      what might happen in the future.
                                                                                                      Different Strokes!
                                                                                                          The manufacturers of Joy, ($330 an
                                                                                                      ounce) Jean Patou, are ~oming out with
                                                                                                      a scent for men called Patou pour
                                                                                                      Homme ... also going first class is World
                                                                                                      Airways, honcho of cheapie flights to
                                                                                                      Europe. They've got a cut-rate First
                                                                                                      Class passage now that sounds lush and
                                                                                                      plush ... New craze in wacky Marin
                                                                                                      County, Calfornia, is to dip yourself in
                                                                                                      Coca Cola. Supposed to give you a bet·
                                                                                                      ter tan ... The Denver Boot on the wron&
                                                                                                      cars is spelling more trouble for Marioll
                                                                                                      Barry ... The Big Apple girding for the
                                                                                                      demo convention expected to be one of
                                                                                                      the hottest in years ... That eleven-year
                                                                                                      old gelding cla.i med by Hermell
                                                                                                      Greenberg recently is the hit of the
                                                                                                      Bowie meet, turning in remarkable per·
                                                                                                      formances. Last two times out it won
                                                                                                      both times .. .Charles · Cerami, dapper
         At last arestaurant with amenu as eclectic as )Wr tastes.                                    foreign affairs editor for the Kiplinger
            The joy of Ashby's is that no matter whether you suddenly feel Iike Potted Quai I,        publications is suffering the ribbing of
    Scottish Salmon, Medallions of Veal Oscar, a New York Strip, Dutch coffee, Irish coffee or        friends who caught his picture in thiS
    Mrs. Kent's Rum Topf, Ashby's serves the best in town.
            You'll find this many splendored feast 7 days a week, for lunch and dinner in a unique    month's Playboy ... all quite proper, of
    set of period rooms, in the Washington Hilton. Please cal1483-3000for reservations.               course, in connection with an article
    Parking is free in th~ hotel rrL _,_
    garage for Ashby's dl ners.      lll.t:JX:S lle\er adull dish
                                                                         at· ~fn(~
                                                                                                      Charles wrote .. .Betty Mize just bought
                                                                                                      a farm circa 1700's on the Eastern
                                                                                                      Shore .. .Leo Bernstein sold his interest
                                                                                                      in National Savings and Trust to Johll
                                                                                                      Mason .. . Prominent builder Maurice
                                                                                                      Berk's daughter Debby hitched to Jifll•
                                                                                                      my Greenwald of the roofing family in
                                                                                                      Mayflower extravaganza.
                                                                                                          Expect government consulting to go
                                                                                                      down in next administration regardless
                                                                                                      of who is President. .. tax cutters getting
                                                                                                      ready for big push early next year
                                                                                                      ... financial experts betting that prirne
                                                                                                      starts moving up again come October
                                                                                                      despite elections .. . regardless of what
                                                                                                      face the Russians put on the OlympicS
                                                                                                      set to be massive disappointment to
                                                                                                      Russkys ... with Baker out of VEEP
                                                                                                      contention some say Reagan will look
                                                                                                      for a governor instead, but someone
                                                                                                      with national clout. .. betting odds are
                                                                                                      that Egyptian/Israeli peace talks will
                                                                                                      make some move toward resolution
                                                                                                      before election as a favor to Carter but
                                                                                                      Carter inside polsters acknowledge the
                                                                                                      President is still in trouble.
             My daughter Genie and I invite you to select from our spectacular
              Spring fashions and from my latest UL TRASUEDE® designs!                                Joke of tbe Montb
                                                                                                          Wags will not pick Reagan for Presi·

            Frankie Welch
          Joanne Jacobson, Manager                             Genie Welch Roberts, Manager
                                                                                                      dent. They want Dennis Morgan and
                                                                                                      Reagan for best friend.
                                                                                                      Coming Up
   305 Cameron Street, Alexandria, Va. 22314             1702 G. St., N.W ., Washington, D.C. 20006       More mergers brewing with airlines
                  (549-0104}                                            (466-8900)                    as price war heats up .. .Exxon set toe~·
     Mon.-Sat. 9:30 to 5:30, Thurs. 'til 7:30                      Mon.-Fri . 10:00 to 6:00           pand its commitment to oil shale as
                                      Major Credit Ca rds Accepted                                    Rockwell International bets on solaf
                                                                                                      power. Votes not in yet.
8/Ju/y 1980/Dossier
Art &Artists

Kerry Stowell , president of Stowmar Enterprises, production manager Francesca Drath and Mark Chinoy, director and creator
Of the Flexiform 3-D animation film process, with Pogo, newest and brightest star of the Silver Screen.

       t is hardly an accident that Pogo,    studio of Stowmar Enterpri es in             poken word, the tiny Fanta y creature

       the gentle possum from Okefeno-
       kee swamp i coming out of re-
ltrement in this election year. When
                                             Cry tal City, a film production com-
                                             pany specia lizing in animation. Here
                                             hundred s of the intriguing three to four
                                                                                         are moved and twi ted by c peri need
                                                                                         a nimator -one frame at a time. on-
                                                                                          idering that 24 individual frame yield
Pogo and his comic strip gang emerge         inch high, super-supple, bendablc om-       no more than one e ond of film, it i a
~ the lovable heroes in the sinister         ic strip characters arc designed,           pain takingly low and cxa tin g pro-
•vtolester P. Mole' s evil plot to take      adapted for the creen, culpted in           ces . If the five team working imul-
Control of the White House, it will be in    "Plexiform" and brought to life before      taneou ly in five tudio on five dif-
a major motion picture in glorious           the movie camera .                          ferent table top cene co me up with 60
three-dimensiona l technicolor this fall.       The invention of film maker Mark          econd of film a day, they on ider
    As the precursor of "Doonesbury,"        Chinoy, Plexiform i a unique com-           them elve lu ky.       very haracter,
~e popular comic strip by the late Walt      bination of plasticine, clay, magnetic      every etting, every prop- from hat ,
   elly has enchanted pogophiles for         metal and other components, which           hou e and hamburger to car , tree
0 Ver two decades. Carried by some 450       was developed some 14 years ago while       and pinball machine - ha to be de-
newspapers here and abroad. it has           Chinoy was working on the' Muppets"         signed and sculpted to cale. The proj-
been a favorite of the intelligent reader.   and ''Sesame Street." This material has     ect has been underway nearly a year .
  . The location of Pogo's artful three-     the advantage of being completely flex-        "It' like cu lpting a tat ue, ' ay
dimensional reincarnation is the crowded     ible. For each gesture, each step, each                     Continued on Page 43

                                                                                                               Dossier/July /980/9

                       Skincare reduced to fragrance-free fundamentals. From the collection:
                           Absolute Comfort Shave Cream, 8.00. After Shave Soother, 9.00.
                                                              Arst, "F" Street, and all stores.

101July 1980/Dossier
Books by Neighbors

MR. JEFFERSON'S UPLAND                                                                      THE BLAIR-LEE HOU E- GUE T
VIRGINIA.                                                                                   HOU E OF THE PRE IDENT.

By Robert Llewellyn. Charlottesville:                                                       By Eleanor Lee Templeman. McLean.
Upland Publishing Co.                                                                       Virginia: EPM Publications, Inc.
     For at least a dozen years, Thomas
Jefferson had to be far away from his                                                          This hand omely illustrated, com-
beloved Monticello. Throughout two                                                          pactly written book i the story of the
terms in the White House and four                                                           Blair and Lee familie and their land-
Years duty in Paris, he was unabashedly                                                     mark home on Penn ylvania Avenue
homesick for the white-columned man-                                                        aero from the White Hou e which
sion with its glistening Palladian roof-                                                     ince 1942 have been joined together to
top and fertile acres surrounding it.                                                        erve a our pre ident' s official
Later, he also yearned for the university                                                   gue thouse.
he had established nearby, to live up to                                                       Ever ince Franci Pre ton Blair ar-
his ideals of equal opportunities for all.                                                  rived here from Kentucky in 1830 to
   The reader /viewer senses this bril-                                                     launch a pro-Andrew' Jack on adminis-
liant man's devotion to home and fami-                                                      tration new paper, the Blair family and
ly, and can't but realize the sacrifices he                                                 the Lees of Virginia with whom they in -
illade in h'is nation's behalf, when he       tion of Monticello's sheltering walls         termarried have been a moving force in
left behind all that he held most dear.       and fences.                                   the capital city.
Bow he must have longed for terra-               Mr. Jefferson's Upland Virginia in-           And not only in Washington. Soon
cotta sunsets beyond blue mountain            troduces us to our tall, red-haired, in-      after the April 1843 marriage of young
ranges, for springtime furrows turned         tellectual and fun-loving third Presi-        Elizabeth Blair and Lt. Samuel Phillip!:
to welcome the seeds of summer, for           dent in a new and poignant way and            Lee in the garden of Blair Hou e, Fran-
snowy shadow patterns across fields           gives us a deeper understanding of the        ci Preston Blair completed hi ummer
and brooks. He loved the songbirds, the       stirring words he penned for us long          residence, Silver Spring; more than 200
rabbits and baby deer on the farm and         ago-especially those that describe our        acres on what i now Georgia Avenue
Wanted always to be near to his               inalienable right for life, liberty and the   and the Maryland boundary. Hi on,
daughters and grandchildren. He never         pursuit of happiness.                         Montgomery Blair, gave his fir t name
found contentment far from the protec-                        -   ANNE DENTON BLAIR                          Continued on Page 42

An autumn in upland Virginia

                                                                                                                 Dossier/July 1980/ 11
Michael Sullivan/Opus FotografiK5
           s anyone who goes to movies                             ground in Washington," say J&C Ent-

A           knows with certainty, every
            Washington office overlooks
                                                                   erprises Pre ident Jeff Cohen explain-
                                                                   ing the bur t in office pace demand.
the White House, the Capitol, the
Washington Monument or the Jeff-
erson Memorial. Except for a lucky
                                                  THE                 So, what make a prestige office in
                                                                   Wa hington?
                                                                      All brokers agree, as Phil arr with
few, it is not that way in real life.
    Most have to settle for a somewhat
less prestigious view, but proximity to
                                               RIGHT               Oliver arr o. put it, that the an wer
                                                                   can be found in the leasing proverb:
                                                                   "Location, location, location."
these symbols of power still govern the
Pecking order of the elite and they are
11-illi ng to pay a premium for the privi-
                                             lOOOION                  Mo t agreed, too, with hi axiom that
                                                                   place the White House a a ort of axi
                                                                   out of which the poke of pre tige
lege. Now that Washington has been                                 emanate.
''discovered" by big business and all         by William Garland      "Working from the White Hou e a
the geegaws of their satellite sub-                                the center of the circle, the clo er you
tulture, the premium gets higher and                               are to the center, the higher the price ;
~igher .                                                           the farther you get away, the demand
   Indeed, the demand is expanding at                              and the price ometime get lower,"
lo rapid a rate that the market for                                said Carr.
~ashington area office space has never                                And what range of price i he talk-
 een better. Like an in flux of refugees                           ing about?
from the hinterlands, lawyers, associa-                               Depending on lo ation, the price for
tion executives, accountants, lobbyists                            new or renovated office s pace run
 tld businesses of all sizes are spilling                          from $14 to $20 per square foot/year,
  to town at a rapid rate.                                         and will ri e consi tently over the ne t
   "This is the nation's capital, and I                            one to two years, according to . Duke
 hink people are beginning to believe it.                          Brannock, president of Brannock
  hey're not making any more new                                   A ociate , a Wa hington leasing and

                                                                                         Dossier/July 19801/J
                                       Office of Alan Kay, a partner in Rozan·
                                       sky & Kay, developers on 7979 Old
                                       Georgetown Rd. in Bethesda was
                                       designed by OBI.

                                          Conference room at the corporation
                                         headquarters of Garfinckel's, Brook'S
                                        Brothers, Miller and Rhodes, Inc., 1629
                                                         K Street. A OBI design.

                                       Courthouse Office Building in Old
                                       Town Alexandria, developed by Donald
                                       Brown, Lawrence Brandt, Joseph
                                       Gildenhorn and Benjamin Jacobs.

Rockledge Executive Plaza off
Democracy Boulevard In Bethesda
developed by Spaulding and Slye

Reception area at State Department
Federal Credit Union, 2020 N. 14th
Street, Arlington, Va. A OBI design.

                                        management consulting firm. Preleas·
                                        ing agreements are running higher than
                                        the $20 figure, as much as $25, several
                                        brokers pointed out.
                                           There are few disputes amon g
                                        brokers about the best general office
                                        locations in Washington, D.C . TheY
                                        agree also that the choice is subjective.
                                        Lawyers, for example, who deal with a
                                        specific agency like the FCC or the FTC
                                        prefer to be as close as possible to their
                                        bureaucratic opposites.
                                           Fred Ezra, Senior Vice-President
                                        with Julien J. Studley, Inc., provides a
                                        succinct summary of the general pal·
                                        terns of premier office space in Wash·
                                        ington. He listed, in order of their
                                        desirability, downtown, Georgetown.
                                        the "West End" and the Pennsylvania
                                        Avenue Corridor as prime presti ge
                                           It's taken almost for granted among
                                        brokers and office les sees that the
                                        center of it all (Ezra offhandedly called
                                        it "the center of the universe") is Con·
                                        necticut Avenue and K Street.
                                           Neil J. Simon, vice president with
                                        Carey Winston Co., noted that mosl
                                        leases in the prime area average be·
                                        tween $17 to $18 per square foot ,
                                        though "quotes are up now to $25.''

U/Ju/y 1980/Dossier
 l'he quoted price per foot is an annual
 co t, payable monthly.
    De cribing the area of downtown,
 ezra says that 16th Street traditionally
 has been the ea tern border for the be t
space, though there's been a tendency
 recently for that boundary to move
east. The centra l district generally ex-
lends north and, with the Connecticut
an d K center, west of the White Hou c,
bordered by Mas achusett Avenue on
the nonh, ew Hampshire Avenue on
the we t and Pennsylvania Avenue on
the outh.
    But ary Lawrence, of Barne , Mor-
ris & Pardoe, note the apparent trend
or an acceptable area for office lea ing
to move ea twa rd. "I see the trend of a
ll1ovement downtown between 16th and
 l ith treet and eat to Pennsylvania
   venue in that whole quadrant."
    The building of the Convention
Center will pur the ea tward migra-
tion he ay , foreca ting that the 16th
  o II th treet area could eventually
  teal orne of the pre tige from the
  'golden triangle" area north and most-
ly west of the White House.
    Several brokers indicated that out-
Of-tow ner. might be more imprc sed
lhan re idents of Washington with the

                                            Dossier/July 1980115
                                                                                        fices don't have the same quality as
                                                                                        downtown." But Courthouse Square
                                                                                        appeals to those who appreciate tradi·
                                                                                        tiona! architecture.
                                                                                           The building has been done with the
                                                                                        same quality as a building downtown.
                                                                                        including a marble lobby.
                                                                                           "I think the thing that makes il
                                                                                        special is that it's in the center of Old
                                                                                        Town," he says, noting that space is
                                                                                        leased in the building for $12 to $14 per
                                                                                        square foot.
                                                                                           Neil Simon lists the primary suburbS
                                                                                        as the Tyson's Corner area of Fairfa~
                                                                                        County, followed closely by Bethesda·
                                                                                        He said that office space in the Tyson's
                                                                                        area ran from $11 .50 per sq uare foot 10
                                                                                        $13.50, and that space in the besl
                                                                                        Bethesda locations costs from $11 .50 to
                                                                                        $12.50 per square foot. To many, the
                                                                                        suburban locations are equally pres·
                                                                                        tigious especially to long-term Wash·
                                                                                        ington area residents.
                                                                                           Scott Ross, vice president of
The law office of Bill Long, partner at Latham,Watkins & Hills, overlooks Dupont        Donohoe Construction, offers a sub·
Circle and is designed by Ruben deSaavedra.                                             jective view of what gives an office
                                                                                        building prestige. "It's a combination
Pennsylvania Avenue location, and           that "think tanks" of all kinds were        of the air, the crispness of the design.
also that the market for Georgetown         finding it desirable to move to the bet-    the quality that goes into it." Accord·
property was deliberately diluted by the    ter suburban office locations, which he     ing to Ross, quality is reflected in such
decision of Georgetowners not to allow      considered, in the order of their accept-   areas as the style and decor of tht
subway service, a factor which all          ability, Tyson's Corner, Bethesda,          elevator and the types of retail outlets
brokers cited as a salability factor .      Montrose Road, Arlington and Fairfax.       that surround the entrance to the
   "Nothing compares with downtown             Computer firms, associations and         building.
in terms of prestige office space,'' Ezra   other types of firms have recently             "You can't rule out areas lik e
says. "Basically, people who do             moved there, rather than downtown.          Capitol Hill with a view. Anything with
business downtown are going to stay            Kay calls the corner of Old George-      a view of the Capitol demands a higher
downtown."                                  town Road and Wisconsin Avenue, a           dollar. Just like anything within throw·
   But, he added, not everybody needs       half block from the subway, the busiest     ing distance of the White House," saY
it. "A lot of people don't want to be       intersection in Bethesda. He points out     Jim Eichberg with Braedon CompanY·
downtown," he points out, referring to      that a building on the corner being built      "If it overlooks a park downtown
the burgeoning office building com-         by Rozansky & Kay will bring a price of     (such as the office of well-known
plexes in areas like Old Town Alexan-       $13 per square foot, but that a building    lawyer Edward Bennett William s,
dria, Bethesda and the nearby counties      scheduled for leasing in the 1983           whose office overlooks Farragul
where executives are closer to their        market is expected to bring a price         Square) or any of the monuments, then
residences.                                 closer to $17 per square foot.              it's a plus," offers Jay D. Franklin·
   Alan Kay of Rozansky & Kay reveals          Donald Brown, a partner with J.B.G.      senior vice president of commercia·
                                            Associates, is currently leasing Court-     leasing and management with H. 0
Federal Center Plaza, 500 C Street,         house Square in Old Town Alexandria.        Smithy Co.
S.W., built by The Donohoe Company.            "Typically," he says, "suburban of-                        Continued on Page 4~

161July 1980/Dossier
CARlA HillS:
Optil}g for
  It's a matter more of excellence than
lrestige, said former Housing and Urban
~evelopment Secretary Carla Anderson
~ills as she looked out at the Washing-
on Monument from her new 12th floor
lffice on New Hampshire Avenue, one
lf Washington's prime office toea-
  "It's not important where you prac-
ice law," said Hills, now a partner in
he Los Angeles-based law firm of
-atham, Watkins and Hills, "but how
  She occupies the corner office on the
tighest floor of the building, and broad
~indows along both the south and west
~ails allow a 180 degree view of prime
larts of Washington. Her desk is
eparated from the seating area-deep
 Ushioned chairs around a glass-topped
able-and is made of well-polished
~ood shaped in a wide oval and sup-
lorted by bright silver legs.
  On two walls are reflections of her
tigh-level government past: pictures
~ith President Ford; a formal portrait
~ith high-ranking members of the
lustice Department (she was United
;tates assistant attorney general before
ter 1975 to 1977 stint as HUD secre-
ary); honorary certificates signed by
)residents Nixon and Ford noting her
                                             Carla Hills in her office overlooking the city.
tppointments to the Department of
lustice and as secretary of HUD. In the
lffice is her cabinet chair, a traditional   amount of work in New York and               like the president, and other cabinet of-
~ift for a department cabinet officer.       Boston, as well as the Southeast."           ficers. That's the external point of view.
   "I've come a full circle. I'm back to        Though she works primarily out of         You'd pick up a newspaper and see
loing what I was before," she said with      her office in Washington, the work           what I was doing. But I still ee people
1slight laugh, explaining that she was a     takes her often outside the city. "I         of cabinet level," he aid.
lartner in a law firm soon after she         travel very frequently to California and        Law in Washington is different, also,
:raduated.                                   elsewhere. Tomorrow, I leave for New         from law elsewhere, she added. "The
   Her husband Roderick, who served          York. Wednesday I'll be in San Fran-         questions often involve policy nuances
ts counsel to the president in the Ford      cisco. Thursday in Los Angeles. Friday       in addition to legal tangles. You get a
tdministration, is also a partner in the     in San Diego, then back here."               third dimension. It's very common to
'irm. The couple have four children.            There are 13 attorneys currently in       have a difficult legal problem that has,
   Wearing a mauve jacket over a             the Washington office of the firm, one       in addition to it, a policy nuance that
llouse with a matching tint, she sat         of the largest in California.                may be a compHcating factor," she ex-
lehind the oval desk and explained the          "If you understand government, and        plained.
teed for the presence of her firm, and       you have established credentials, then          She has experienced many differ-
terself, in Washington. "We have a           you can render a service," she pointed       ences between her new role as lawyer
tumber of national concerns we repre-        out.                                         and her old role as a cabinet officer.
 ent as a firm and they all have                She said that her life, "from an exter-      As secretary of HUD, she worked 16
~ashington problems. In addition,            nal point of view," lacks the attention      hours a day, six days a week. "There
ve're an East Coast window for a West        and the glamor of a member of the cab-       are very few clients who can push me to
~oast firm. We also do a considerable        inet, "in terms of contact with people       that," she said smiling.                0
                                                                                                                 Dossier/July 1980117
       f you believe the girl behind the      male to look young. How young?              sees aggressive sales trends on the East

 I     Woodie's cosmetics counter-and
       it's hard to imagine such a shining,
blemish-free face lying to you-then
                                              Somewhere between teenage acne and
                                              that first sag under the eye.
                                                  Although they won't reveal any
                                                                                          and West Coasts and throughout the
                                                                                          sun-belt area.
                                                                                             And it's the same all over Washing·
you'll accept it when she tells you that      figures, the cosmetics houses, most of      ton. David Milbrandt of Garfinckel's
more and more of her customers are            which are privately owned, do admit         attributes the industry's takeoff to men
men buying products for themselves.           that men's sales are booming. They          getting over what he calls "the
And before you raise an unplucked             concede their men's products are still      psychological barrier" of treating their
eyebrow, take a look around the counter       only a fraction of the women-domin-         skin. Three or four years ago, he points
at the array of lotions and creams for        ated business, but they confidently         out, you wouldn't see a man sit down at
men.                                          predict a very healthy future, despite      a cosmetics counter and ask about hiS
   Yes, men's cosmetics (a term the in-       current economic woes. Candy                skin. "But as men have become more
dustry assiduously avoids) has become         Neiman, the cosmetics manager at            aware of their appearance, they realize
big business here in Washington, as it        Bloomingdale's at Tyson's Corner,           these products are aids, and they decide
has elsewhere around the country. It's        says she's seen a forty percent sales       to use them."
already one of America's biggest growth       growth in just the past six months.            At the Key West Shop in White Flint,
industries, producing highly profitable           "The growth has been phenomenal,        manager Joyce Kearney judges that one
returns for such formerly distaff houses      but this is just the tip of the iceberg."   third of her sales now are to men,
as Chane!, Estee Lauder, Irma Shorell         She adds that Bloomingdale's is now         although she admits their initial reac·
and Clinique.                                 giving more store area to men's skin        tion is resistance. Key West features
   Only a few short years ago cosmetics       products. "The lines are selling well,"     compounds containing aloe, a tropical
for men were the exclusive province of        she says, "and men are slowly getting       medicinal plant used for centuries to
the gay community. But in the late            into treatment, too. But going beyond       treat burns and skin ulcers . It is also a
1970's -and primarily during the past         moisturizer is still very daring for        popular moisturizer. Joyce says hef
three years-the straights have come           them." Liz Wozniak of Aramis' says          male customers often are reticent at
out of the closet. They're in the bath-       about seventy percent of men "are still     first because they know only the tradi·
room now, laden with shaving gels,            not ready to accept skin care, although     tiona! male products-shaving crea!TI.
aftershaves, moisturizers, scruffing lo-      it is becoming okay to pay attention to     aftershave and deodorant. But, she
tions, astringents and skin creams-all        yourself." Aramis is so confident           adds, many men who purchase the
purported to hide wrinkles, soften skin,      about the trend toward men's skin care,     small sizes initially come back for the
retard aging and replace lost moisture.       it has three brands on the market-          larger sizes. "I can't ever remember a
Whatever it takes for the American            Aramis, Aramis 900 and Devin. She           man returning something. They just

                                                      by David E. Hubler


181July 1980/Dossier
Dossier/July 1980119
don't do it." She says she reorders her      mers seem to be the athletic type, into       place was in the market. And it took off
men's lines about twice a month. Her         some sport or another. That's the op-         about two years ago." But Lightman
stock turn over every sixty days.            posite of women. Overweight women             traces the beginnings of men's groom-
   Joyce is somewhat of a marketing          love cosmetics and scents."                   ing products to the advent of suntan lo-
analyst when it comes to drawing up a           The jargon of the trade demands that       tion used visibly on the beach. Once a
composite picture of her White Flint         you distinguish between skin care prod-       man found that he could slop on the
men. "The typical man who uses skin          ucts, the alleged fountains of youth,         grease and not arouse a sea of shoreline
care products is confident, decisive,        and the "scents," the aftershaves, col-       snickers, he quickly moved on to other
does well in business, and he knows          ognes and the fragrance shampoos.             grooming aids-hair creams, after-
who he is." He is somewhere between          Most manufacturers are very careful           shaves and now face and body prepara-
his late 20's and mid 50's, has a high in-   not to include even the slightest hint of     tions. Lightman claims many Holly-
come, and "he makes quick decisions.         mint or lime or whatever in their men's       wood stars and Washington politician
A man finds a product he likes, he           skin care lines. The smelly stuff is okay     are devoted skin care users. He mention-
sticks with it. It becomes part of his       for aftershaves, but no macho man             ed the late Gary Cooper, Tony Curtis
self-image."                                 worth his hard-milled soap would be           and Martin Balsam, but when pre sed
   Candy Neiman says the typical             caught smelling from his cleanser! The        to share the intimate secrets of Capitol
Bloomingdale's male is between 35 and        fragrances serve another purpose too.         Hill, he demurred. "Someofthosepeo-
55, usually a professional type. She also    Like the Sirens luring sailors to the         ple wouldn't like it to get around. It's
sees many airline personnel because of       shoals, the "scents" lure the buyer           an image thing, you know." It seems
the excessive dryness of commercial          toward newer and costlier grooming            our legislators believe it's okay to share \
airliners. Joyce says she rarely sells to    products by capitalizing on consumer          power, but not powder, with women.
overweight men. "All the men custo-          identification. The old ushers in the            Aides to Senators William Cohen,
                                             new sans fragrance.
                                                One of the few firms to deal exclu-
                                             sively with the face is Clinique. Gloria
                                             Plaut is quick to admit that the only dif-
                                             ference between her firm's products for
                                             men and women is that the men's line is
                                             a bit stronger, because a man's skin is
                                             tougher. Gloria says men traditionally
                                             have drier skin than women, but at the
                                             same time they have fewer skin prob-
                                             lems because shaving helps remove the
                                             dead skin cells from the face, a pro-
Henry's bold new venture in-                 cedure women help along by scruffing          Now comes a good "scruff"
cludes a cleansing treatment us-             with an abrasive.                             using Scruffing Lotion from
ing Irma Shorell's Formula for                  Clinique, like other men's skin care       Clinique to tighten the pores
Cleansing to prime the skin.                 manufacturers, sticks very close to           and refine the skin.
                                             what is called a basic regimen. Men are
                                             used to showering, shaving and an
                                             aftershave. So most products for men
                                             are designed to fit into a man's routine
                                             without adding extra time.
                                                Irma Shorell's husband, H. Allen
                                             Lightman, explains that a man gets into
                                             skin care "when it's simple and
                                             straight, and when it fits in with his nor-
                                             mal routine." Light man estimates that
                                             a man spends three to four minutes
                                             each morning and evening before the
                                             bathroom mirror. That's why, he says,
                                             Irma Shorell products for men feature a
                                             shave cream/ skin cleanser and an after-
                                             shave that has a skin conditioner added
                                             to it. "We also found that men do not
                                             like to use jars-too similar to women's
                                             cosmetics. So we package ours in tubes
                                             and plastic bottles. That way there's no
                                             stigma." If you can't have a stigma in
                                             the privacy of your own bathroom,
                                             where can you?
                                                Clinique's Gloria Plaut says the
                                             men's line was introduced in December
                                             1976. "There was no advertising, no
                                             promotions. We wanted to see where its

20/Ju/y 1980/Dossier
William Proxmire and John Warner              probably why l have so many                 lo of kin cia ticity. Dr. Narva e -
were quite in istent that their bosses use    wrinkles," he adds quickly.                 plain that the oil- cretin g ebac ou
nothing on their face, not even a little          Yet despite booming sa les and grow-    glands, the weat gland , and th e elastic
moisturizer after a long hot, arid floor      ing acceptance, don't expect to see         fibers of the kin are all located below
debate. And two of Washington' best           men's skin care products advertised         the epidermal layer of kin. Many prod-
known newsmen were equally unreserved         much in the major men's magazines. It       ucts, he say , don't penetrate thi layer.
in their replies. W JLA Channel 7's           just ha n't happened. At Chane! a           Thus, Dr. Narva explain , 'a lot of
David Shoumacher says he uses                 spokeswoman explained: "Our adver-          called kin care i an optical illu ion."
nothing but Dial soap-"and a little           tising philosophy is sedate, under-         Which, a many of tho e interviewed
Powder to cut the glare on my high            stated-laid back if you will." Chane!        eemed to suggest is the point of the ex-
forehead when I'm on camera." But             does some promotional work at the           ercise. As for endorsing the u e of over-
men's skin care products don't surprise       stores-Bloomingdale's, Woodward &           the-counter product , he demurs. ' If it
him. "In a town like this, where there is     Lothrop, Garfinckel's. But the              doesn't harm you, fine." Many men
so much profiling, you'd expect a lot of      spokeswoman said "we rely on our            who have tried the new product think
men to use the stuff."                        estab lished lines to create customer       they look and feel better. That, after
  Gordon Peterson of WDVM Channel             recognition for new product . And we        all, ha a great deal to do with the
9 uses the same regimen. "The makeup          don't come out with products too            phenomenal uccess of the cosmetic
guy puts a little powder on my fore-          often. Lightman says Irma Shorell           industry. Judging from the copiou
head . Other than that, I don't use           wants to sell to both men and women.        amount of male vanity encountered in
anything. When I'm out sai ling I use         "With costs what they are today, we         Washington, one can expect to see the
some suntan lotion, the stuff my wife         have to get the most out of our advertis-   masculine cosmetic indu try spurt
has lying around the house. That's            ing dollar. We have to go with the          ahead in the year to come.             0
                                              magazine_ that reach both sexes."
                                                 What all this means of course is that
                                              it's st ill the woman who knows what's
                                             what when it comes to those squeeze
                                              bottles and tubes, and that's where the
                                              advertising dollar will be spent.
                                                 If you think wading through the
                                              brand names is a chore, try separating
                                              the moisturizers with so luble collagen
                                             and sodium ribonucleic acid from clari-
                                              fying lotion with SO alcohol 40, puri-
                                              fied water, witch hazel, etc. and face
Henry takes a good face scrub                conditioner with walnut oil, octyl           Final touches: Aramis Moisture
recommended for once a week                  dimethyl paba, myristyl myristate and        Concentrate with bronzer and
use to further tighten the                   several other equally impressive names.      sunscreen, a Clinique wrinkle stick
skin with another Clinique                   But before you run over to Georgetown        around the eyes, and a Clinique
preparation.                                 University for a refresher course in         Concealer to hide dark circles.
                                             chemistry, listen to what one of the
                                             area's most prominent dermatologists
                                             has to say .
                                                 "There's a good deal of mytho logy
                                             about ski n care these days," says Dr.
                                             William Narva. He is a professor and
                                             chairman of the department of derma-
                                             tology at the Uniformed Services
                                             University School of Medicine,
                                             Bethesda. And he is the consu ltant to
                                             the White House and Congressional
                                             physicians. "Basically, good skin
                                             comes from being genetically blessed
                                             with it at birth. It's just one of
                                             thousands of predetermined genet ic
                                                 Dr. Narva notes that the proces by
                                             which the skin rejuvenates itself and
                                             gets rid of it dead cell is ca lled
                                             keratinization. "Dead cells come off
                                             naturally, as imperceptible dust." Skin
                                             "ages" because it loses its elasticity-a
                                             process that is speeded up by ultraviolet
                                             radiation. Normally, the darker the
                                             ski n , the greater the barrier there i to
                                             ultraviolet radiation and the slower the

                                                                                                                Dossier/July 1980121
 Along Party Lines

                          Old hands said the French Embassy
                       hadn't glittered as much since chic
                       Madame Alp hand left. But French Am-
                       bassador and Mrs. de Laboulaye outdid
                       even her with a Christian Dior benefit
                       for Cambodian children. Dance com-
                       bined with fashion created a luscious
                       theatrical confection that won the
                       hearts of even the most stoic male
                          Ballet dancers Valentina Kozlovia
                       and Leonard Kozlov, recent defectors
                       from the Soviet Union, illustrated a
                       thematic fantasy in dance. But the em-
                       phasis was on fashion as the spell-
                       binding show unfolded in the grand
                       foyer of the embassy, ending to the sus-
                       tained applause of the audience.
                          The guests were as fashionable as the
                       show. Among them were Rose Marie
                       Bogley, Monica Greenberg, Ann Hand,
                       Eliane Gautrat, and Nuah Alhegelan.
                                                                  Chairman of the Board
                                                                  Rouet with his wife
                                                                  white tiered Dior.

22/Ju/y 1980/Dossier
Applause and red roses to ballerina
Valentina Kozlovia and artistic
designer to Christian Dior, Marc
Bohan , whose spring collection
showed nautical styles in red , white
and navy with low-heeled shoes for
daytime topped with Russian sailor
hats, lots of pleats and stripes, one
shoulder styles, petal necklines,
flame hems, ribbons and jewelry in
the hair and at the waist and opulent
furs .

                                        Dossier/July 1980/ 13
                                     ~HAPPY 20TH ANNIVERSARY
                                     ~ ~·


  Commentator John Scali , one of Connie and Helen Valanos' first customers at
  the Monocle, signs the huge 20th Anniversary card at a party sponsored by their
  loyal customers. Hundreds of prominent Washingtonians came to pay homage to
  the Valanos whose Hill pub club has been the scene of many an important
  backstage pol itical event.

                                            l 0 FORW OLF TRAP                                TALL SHIP DOCKS
                                            Wolf Trap's 10th Anniversary Gala                (Above) Australian Ambassador
                                            defied the weather to offer guests a             Parkinson and Danish Ambassador
                                            star-studded evening of entertain-               and Mrs. Barch flank Captain Vilhelm
                                            ment put together by Chairman Eliza-             Hansen, skipper, on the deck of the
                                            beth Taylor Warner. (Left) Cecil An-             Danish training ship, Danmark, a full·
                                            drus, secretary of the department of             rigged three master. The tall ship
                                            the interior, which runs the Park,               pulled into pier four on the Potomac, a
                                            escorts the indomitable guiding force            living tribute to men who go down to
                                            of Wolf Trap, Kay Shouse, to the Gala            the sea in ships. (Below) William
                                            reception. (Below) Liz Warner stands             Miller, secretary of the treasury,
                                            on-stage with some of the stars who              holds the wheel of the ship in a re-
                                            made the evening memorable. (L to A)             enactment of the days he trained on it
                                            Paul Williams, Liz, Liza Minnelli with           one month each year as a cadet at the
                                            Sen. John Warner and June Carter.                Coast Guard Academy. Guests toured
                                            Many stayed for the balance of the               the ship, drank Tuborg beer and mun·
                                            show which lasted until two a.m.                 ched Danish delicacies.

24/ July 1980/Dossier
   Retiring Congressman Bob Wilson,
ranking Republican on the House Armed
Services Committee and recent winner
of the Forrestal Award and his wife
Shirley, were honored by the Marine
Corps Commandant with a parade in
their honor at the Marine Barracks.
   Attended by hundreds of well-
Wishers and their friends, the parade,
hosted by Marine Commandant
General Robert Barrow, is one of the
Prized invitations in town. It is held
every Friday night from mid-May to
tnid-September. The Commandant and
his wife host a reception preceding it 6
or 7 times a season in the rose-filled Honored guests Representative Bob Wilson and hi s wife Shirley are greeted by
gardens of their exquisite period home. Major Jim Secrist and hi s fiance Myong whil e the Marine Commandant General
ihe honorarium for Congressman Robert Barrow looks on. Throngs of close friends joined the reception .
Wilson was the first of the season.
   According to the Commandant:
"When we found out that Bob was not
seeking reelection after 28 years of serv-
ice, we decided to honor him for the role
he played to support the Corps."
   Appearing with his father at the
Parade was Robert Barrow, Jr. who had
just been commissioned a second lieute-
nant. The Barrows two daughters also
are married to marines.
   Congressman Wilson, known as "Mr.
Navy," retired recently as a Lt. Col. in
the Marine Corps Reserve. Ironically,
running for his vacated seat as a
Democrat is another fellow named Bob

Former Commandant Leonard Chap-           General Barrow proudly poses with the family of Col. Donald C. Cooke who receiv-
man tells Mrs. Barrow about his own ex-   ed the Congressional Medal of Honor posthumously the day of the Wilson's
Periences when he occupied the Com-       reception. Col. Cooke was a POW in Vietnam who gave his life to help his fellow
mandant's house.                          prisoners.

                                                                                                          Dossier/ July / 980/ 15
     The Corcoran's spring "Surprize
   Party" was dreamed up and chaired by
   the indefatigable Nancy Dutton in
   response to a $100,000 challenge grant
   offered the Corcoran School of Art by
   the Cafritz Foundation.
     Some 1,200 people streamed through
  the balloon-filled atrium in the hope of
  winning one of 107 doorprizes, with an
  appraised value of $105,000, donated
  by Corcoran trustees and well-wishers
  ljke the Chrysler and Toyota folk, Liz
  and John Warner, and Corcoran
  School faculty members and artists.
     M.C. Roger Mudd declared Mar-
  garet Jay, winner of a Haitian painting
  of owls; M.C. Peggy Cooper announced
  the Abe Fortases had won a pair of
  season tickets to Arena Stage and M.C.
  Lee Kimche shouted out the name of the
  Post's Bob Woodward as winner of a
  Paul Jenkins watercolor.
     Sally Finney, who bought ten tickets
  just hours before the party, won five
  prizes including the Chrysler LeBaron.
  Corcoran Trustee Frank Saul, who had
  also purchased 10 tickets, won the
  $10,000 Gene Davis painting. The
  James McKim Symingtons (he's with
  the Smithsonian) were overwhelmed
  when their $100 ticket produced the
  $9,000 Russian silver samovar, dated
  1858, a gift of Corcoran trustee William MC's Roger Mudd, Lee Kimche and Peggy Cooper go over the order of prize awards
  G. Fitzgerald and his wife Annelise. as Frieda Arth and Betsy Rea look on. The colorful balloon centerpieces provided
                      - DOROTHY MARKS an especially festive note to the occasion.

  JAKE AND JOE                                                  MARKING         SEA MARKS

  Senator Jake Javits shoulders Joe Hirshhorn at the opening    Joy Sundlun and Nuala Pell, wife of the senator, flanK
  of: The Fifties: Aspects of Painting in New York. Javits, a   author Gardner McKay at a reception given by the Sundluns
  collector of contemporary art, lent Larry Rivers' "Second     after the opening of Sea Marks, a production of the Trinity ~
  Avenue" to the Hirshhorn show.                                Square Players at the Kennedy Center.                       '

26/Ju/y 1980/ Dossier
~lement Conger, White House curator, is welcomed by New Three well-known Folger Library supporters greet each other
~ealand Ambassador Merwyn Norrish and Sotheby Parke- at the benefit. {Left to right} Mrs. David Bruce, Mrs. John
Bernet Chairman, the Earl of Westmoreland.              Auchincloss and Mrs. Peter Belin.

                                        FOR SHAKES~ 1\ND SOTNEBY
                                           Even in this party-prone town, it was    cil of the Friends of the Folger came, in-
                                        a night to remember- The White-On-          cluding: Jane Weinberger from San
                                        White Ball chaired by Joan Tobin,           Francisco (her husband former HEW
                                        underwritten by Sotheby Parke-Bernet        Secretary Caspar was out toiling for
                                        and hosted by departing Ambas ador          Ronald Reagan), the John Slocums
                                        Merv Norrish of New Zealand and hi          from Newport and Jean Lindsay down
                                        wife, Francoise, to benefit the Folger      from New York. Dancing to Peter
                                        Shakespeare Library.                        Duchin's Orchestra, the Roger Mudds
                                           Vintage art, porcelains and furniture,   chatted with the Alhegelans. Sotheby
                                        later auctioned at the Garbisch's Poke-     executives, John Marion and Fred
                                        ty estate on the Eastern Shore, made a      Scholtz, were deluged with questions
                                        colorful backdrop for the all-wh ite        about the art objects on view.
                                        tables centered with white daisies.            Francoise Norrish, who has used her
                                           Title abounded: Sotheby Chairman,        country's architecturally striking new
                                        the Earl of Westmoreland, making the        embassy as a showcase for New Zealand
                                        first of several Wa hington appear-         artists, served as a docent for more than
                                        ances, Sir Peter and Lady Ramsbotham        a year at the Folger Library and is a
                                        in from Bermuda for the annual Peter        serious Shakespeare scholar.
                                        Ram sbotham Lecture at the Folger and          Folger Director Dr. 0. B. Hardison
                                        Sotheby executive, Sir Michael              and his wife Marifrances, were cele-
Famed author Herman Wouk and his        Stewart, who once served a Mini ter.        brating his new appointment. He will be
wife take a respite from greeting          A score of former Washingtonian ,        a visiting lecturer in New Zealand for six
friends at the reception.               all members of the International Coun-      weeks next fall.      -DOROTHY MARKS

Jim Elder of the Folger shares a light moment with Sir Peter Mr. Samuel Beach, Jr., vice-president of S.P.B.'s Realty Corp-
and Lady Ramsbotham. Sir Peter has long been a supporter oration and his wife, Kate, admire an English painting from
Of the Folger Library and was in town for his annual lecture. an upcoming auction exhibited for the benefit.

                                                                                                             Dossier/July 1980117
                                            last December within hours of each at top prices; fine old Staffordshire,
 lAsT Pa<ElY PMTY                           other, after a lifetime love affair.        splendid pieces of Chinese export por·
                                               The I 500 "guests" from all over the celain; European ceramics, a Canton
   Col. Edgar William Garbisch and his      world validated their exquisite taste a nd enamel snuff box, circa 1800, with the
 wife Bernice, an heiress to the Chrysler   proved it with their do ll ars grossing the charm in g river view inside its lid, and
 fortune, would have enjoyed their last     estate more than $20,000,000 through the rare pieces of Engli sh si lver, among
 party at Pokety, their summer place o n    an a u ct ion supervised by Sot h eby them twelve George Ill pisto l-ha nd led
 the Eastern Shore. The Garbischs d ied     Parke-Bernet. Everyt hing was bo ught cheese k nives, made in Londo n bY

                                                                               ~. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hahn look over St; ftor(
                                                                               shire dinner service during the pre-auction exh i~
                                                                               tion. They later purchased some of It at auctiO
                                                                               2. The carved wood bannisters offered one of t~
                                                                               special visual delights. At the head of the Iand i~
                                                                               are Mrs. William McCormick Blair and her gue 5,
                                                                               3. Mrs. Frank Saul admires a canopied bed in o~
                                                                               of Pokety's many guest rooms.

18/Ju/y /980/Dossier
IVilliam Abdy in 1765 and lightly
 damaged during the centuries, as well a
  he "important" American furniture.
     Of course, in an auction everything is
 deemed "important" by the auction-
   ers, or at least "extremely rare."
 ~owever, in the related decorative arts
 Uepartment, the pair of decoy ducks
                                              Enjoying ~ifes finer things
 ~as not quite a rare as the carved and
 P ainted wood American eagle wall
                                                  requires money.
 P laque, attributed to John Bellamy of
  ~ew England, circa 1860, which sold
 for $39,000 or the glorious piece de re-
 •istance: the Chippendale block-and-         Enjoying lifes finest things
  hell-carved kneehole desk of shining
    uban mahogany attributed to Ed-                    requrres
 lllund Townsend of Newport, Rhode
 Island (1860-80), which made history as
the most expensive piece of American
furniture eve r auctioned. The
G   arbisch's acquired the des k at auction
tn 1972 for a "mere" $120,000. An
1\rnerican collector shelled out a record-
breaking $250,000.                                    Haute cuisine in the European tradition of service.
     Furnished entirely with American an-                           In the Madison Hotel
tiques and the works of America 's                     15th and M Sts., .W., Washington, D.C. 2 5
~ative artists, Pokety became the
                                                 Reservations suggested (202) 862-1600 Free interior parking
                                                                Marshall B. Coyne, Proprietor
favorite home of the Garbisch 's. Its in-
formal atmo s phere was a perfect
tounterpart to the gold and white
~rench opulence of their Manhattan
IPartment where their famed collection
D impressionists adorned the panelled
1\lalls, imported from France with the
rest of the furnishings.
    The Garbisch's possessions were
~Ornpared to those accumulated by the
tar I of Rosebery, a Rothschild, at
Mentmore, which fetched over $10
llli!Jion; topped by the $34 million from
  he Robert von Hirsch collection.
Nevertheless, Mentmore remained a
tt\iJestone in auction history. With its
~0.3 million, the Garbisch estate easily
  toke that record. This does not in-
tlude the residences estimated at $4
    The four-day sale at Pokety brought
\early twice as much as the Louis XV
1 Louis XVI d elights from their New
Y  ork apartment which totaled $ 1.4
~illi on. Among the Monets, Cezannes,
   an Goghs, Bonnards and Matisses,
~icasso's neo-classical "Saltimbanque
~Ux bras croises," painted in 1923, had
  ee n the s tar attraction. Pi casso's
•ngaging acrobat, once in the collection
~r Averell Harriman and pianist Vladi-
tnir Horowitz, was purchased for
tokyo's Bridgeport Museum for an un-
~tecedented $3 million. Jn all the Gar-
lisch' s impressionist collection netted
1 impressive $14.8 million.
                       -   VI OLA 0RATH
                                                DEADLINE:SEPTEMBER 4TH
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                                                                                                            Dossier/ July 1980129
     International Cuisine
         All of our meals a re
       prepared with the finest
        ingredients in the old
           world tradition.

             Breakfast                     1. The Honorable and Mrs. David
              Luneh                        Smith snatch a quiet moment
                                           together before the ball. 2. Celia
               Dinner                      Knox, outgoing Chairman of the
                                           Woman's Committee of the Cathe-
          Sen red in the dining            dral Choral Society is congratulated
           room from 8 :30 am              by Rt. Rev. John T. Walker, Episcopal
               to 8:30 pm .                Bishop of Washington. 3. The Aug-
                                           mented Eight sing a bevy of old
                                           favorites .
        Formal Dbdng room

      Sumpbtous Brnneb
            Saturday & Sunday
         from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

        Full Bar Servlee
      111e flnest selection of im ported
              wines and splrlts.

        Famous Desserts
        Cakes, torte.<; and pasteri es
     famous in Washington s ince 1 8.91
       Ice c ream made dally on the
        pre mises wi th the highest
        butterfa t content possible.                                                                                   1

                                                                                       1. Chairman Dr. Barbara Podp
                                                                                       welcomes Honorary Chairper-1
                                                                                       Senator and Mrs. Edward Zorins;1
                                                                                       Retiring Congressman Ch 8
                                                                                       Vanik spins his wife in a pol ~/
     1'17'1 Col11111bla Rd., N.W.
          Washington, D.C.                                                             Joseph Francis Thorning, Soni~ (
     265-0332                265-72'13                                         \       tova and Lida Brodenova, Pro)
                                                                                       of the Czech Opera in the Dil l
                                                                                   G   reminisce about " Majales" in fl
                                                                                   '   native land.                   "

301July 1980/Dossier
   It was truly a merry evening in May.
 Upporters of the Cathedral Choral
   ~iety arrived in the Bishop's Garden
 top Mount Saint Alban. Welcomed by
   special peal of bells from the
  athedral's carillon, guests sipped wine
is they admired the spectacular view of
lhe city. Devron and his 'merry' men
Played for dancing, and the Augmented
~ight (a popular local group who were
Indoctrinated during college days by
SUch organizations as Yale's Whiffen-
lloof and Princeton's Triangle Club),
Presented old favorites.
   Lucky prize winners went home with
1Uch treasures as a lambs-wool ruglet
from Australia, donated by Honorary
Sponsors Sir Nicholas and Lady
Parkinson, and a bumper box of Swiss
Chocolates, a gift of Swiss Ambassador
and Mrs. Probst. Applause and
~Ughter greeted Gerson Nordlinger, a
~teless supporter of everything musical
In Washington, when he won tickets to
a series of concerts supplied by im-
Presario Patrick Hayes, who with his
Pianist wife Evelyn Swarthout were
there with the Chairman of the evening
and her husband, Janie and Bob Evans.

AHAPPY MAJALES                                PERFECTION IS NOT AN
    ''Majales" means 'May Ball' in                  ACCIDENT
~zech and Washington's annual "Ma-
lales" (at least its 20th!) for the benefit
Of the fund for Czechoslovak Refugees
lnct the cultural, charitable programs of
lhe Czechoslovak National Council of
1\.rnerica, drew an international crowd
0 well-wishers that filled the Shore-
 am's Palladian Room decorated for
the evening with small white Czech lions
0n each table.                                                                   On the power for one light
    Ball Chairman Dr. Barbara Lee                                              bulb, it can make a room at 78°
~Odoski, waltzing with Dr. Vladimir J.
                                                                     '·                   feel like 70°.
~eisher, president of the Czechoslovak                               k',         2-Speed, 36 " and 52 " sizes;
. ational Council of America's Wash-                                             choice of motor and blade
~&ton Chapter, officially opened the                                              finishes; 5-Year warranty;
                                                                                        light additional
  all, and Honorary Chairmen Senator
and Mrs. Edward Zorinsky and Rep.
and Mrs. Lionel Van Deerlin, along
IVith Rep. and Mrs. Charles Vanik,
lllacte up the Capitol Hill supporters of
~he annual event. The Nick Coolidges
  act two tables of 'young' guests.
citnong the enthusiastic dancers were
t erue d' Amecourt, the Jerry Lords,
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~llrld Norden, Jan and Cornelia               CHEVY CHASE 686 9310
t. llsek, Dr. Richard Howland and                                                 Hours: Monday-Friday 8- 5
                                                                                Wednesday 8- 9, Saturday 8- 1
'lllrold Leich.            -ANNE BLAIR
                                                                               VISA          MC             CC

                                                                                                 Dossier/July 1980131
  1. Co-chairman Milou Blinoff of the 1980 Eye Ball
  discusses the Ball with Dr. and Mrs. Harry King, Jr., senior
  Medical Director of the International Eye Foundation.
  2. Capucine Renoir, M. Debakey, Dr. Surya Goswami and
  Morton Renoir added an international flavor. 3. Co-
  chairman Sharon Smith and Stephen Montgomery enjoy a
  private toast.

  1. Douglas Smith gives Dorothy Marsh a well-deserved hug
  at the cocktail reception preceding the gala luncheon for
  the Visiting Nurse Association. 2. Harold Fangboner, Mark
  Sullivan, Jr., Andy (Mrs. Potter) Stewart and Gerson Nord-
  linger reminisce about their long VNA association. 3. A
  string ensemble serenades Mark Sullivan, Jr., Mrs. Marsh,
  Father Joshua Mundell and Dr. Roselyn Epps.

Jl/July 1980/Dossier
      At $125 a head, over 400 of the old-
      ard brushed elbows, clinked glasses
     nd danced up a Devron storm to
      nefit the International Eye Founda-
    lon. Everybody's favorite Doctor
    iarry King (the popular Foundation's
    ounder) and spouse Helen received
     ith Co-chairs Milou Blinoff and svelte
   lbaron Smith (Mrs. Edward J., Jr.)
    U quotable notables as Fanny-Mae-
    ~ogul Oakley Hunter with Dixie
   C rowell, and Mrs. Charles Talbot
   C ampbell who flew in from Pittsburgh
   'o lend Foundation support and dance
    ~ith Frank "Twinkle-toes" Donnelly.
                                                                                       SPECIAL AFTER-THEATER MENU

   General Godfrey McHugh was there
   ~ith Lillian, George Bunker brought
   ~atalie, Deena Clark danced with E. I.
   IViUiams, and Stanton Kolb squired pret-
  ~~ Shirley Karas.
      Others eyeballing in timely terpsi-                                                                                                              d
  ,;hory were Julia Walsh, the H. Lee
                                                                                                 enhance the fina le with a meal from ne
   &oatwrights, Riggs Prez Dan Callahan
                                                                                           of Wa hington' fine t steak hou ses. Danker's
   llith Colleen, the Charles Camaliers,
                                                                              i conveniently located near the ational, Ford and      arner
0 'h e Ken Crosbys, Dr. and Mrs. Leo
                                                                      Theatres. Open Monday- aturday ll am-midnight. M derate pri es.
~ Donovan and the John Pfliegers.                   - - -- - - - - - - M A J O R CREDIT CARDS HONORED
'                           -ARAMINTA
                                                    Dan ker's 1209 ESt., N.W. 628-2330 I Dank r's W st6th & D Sts., S.W. 554-7856

       ln recognition of the Visiting Nurse
    ~ssociation's 80 years of devoted serv-
                                                    •••• CREATIVE ORGANIZING,INC.
    !Ce to Washington, a luncheon honor-
    Ing long-time VNA volunteer Dorothy
    (Mrs. Harold) Marsh drew some 200
                                                    ••••                      ••• An individualized , creative approach
                                                                                  to solving your organizing problems
                                                            A service for                               To help bring organization to
    &uests. Almost all had served VNA or
                                                               • BUSINESSES                                • CLUTIER ED AREAS
    Other prestigious charities.                               •HOMES                                      • PAPERS
       Scattered at tables- for-I 0 in the                     • CLUBS, GROUPS, COMMITIEES                 e DESKS, RECORDS, FILE SYSTEMS
    Ballroom were Mrs. Dean Acheson,                           • CHURCHES... and most of all. ..           • HOUSEHOLD DUTIES
    ~wina Charyk, Bishop John T. Wash-                         • INDIVIDUALS                               • TIME & SCHEDULING
                                                                                                           e METHODS & PROCEDURES
    1llgton, former D .C. Commissioners
    Mark Sullivan, Jr., Jack Nevius, and                    P.O. BOX 10212             ALEXANDRlA,VlRGlNIA 22310              7031 971 ·4606
    l)ouglas Smith . The Co-chairmen of
    the luncheon, Lillian Owen and Andy
    (Mrs . Potter) Stewart were receiving
    cudos on all sides, especially from the
    current VNA President, Mrs. Edwin

    Leonard . Mrs. Smith Hempstone, Sr.,
    fo under of the Junior League, held
    Court from her wheelchair, and 'Grif-          .~=:.~~~..            1
                                                                          ,.t=LECTRI,S ,           1611 WISCONSIN AVE. , N.W.
    fie• Swift was finding old friends on           <;;~~:!
                                                     WASHERS AIR
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                                                   CQHOillON£AS UC
    every side.                               ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING                               LIGHTING FIXTURE SHOWROOM
       Mrs. Leonard Carmichael, Pam Jova
                                              •   Wif ing & Ourlets       • Car11er Wmdow A"       •   Ltghtmg F11ttures    • C..'ltflilQC Umt   1n
    and the Fangboners were on hand, as       •   Repa~rs                  Condtttoners            •   Chandoltet s         • Colomnl Repr-oducttons
    Were Mary Anne Guoyol, Father             •
                                                  Servtce Hea vy· Ups
                                                                          • Flourescent Ftxtures
                                                                                                   •   Crystal Fnmues       • Pt c tur Ltghts
                                                                                                   •   TtHanys              • Gardon L1ghts
    Joshua Mundell and lots of Mar-           •   Thermostats             • Electnc Re{JlJtrs To   •   Ma~ &-UP L•glirs     • Posts & Lanterns
                                              •   Door Bells & Ch1mes       G(1s Furnaces          •   Flourescent L•ghls   • P,'Jr ts For Fttturos
    Shes-four sons, plus assorted                                         • Flood Lights
    daughters-in-law and grandchildren.                                   • Electfl c Heat

                           -ANNE BLAIR

                                                                                                                                   Dossier/July 1980133
                                    TODAY'S BUSINESS ALTERNATIVE: BUYING VS . LEASING

   "11.5% FINANCING
          MY OWN
Purchase a beautiful new office
suite at The Executive and we'll
guarantee you an 11.5% interest
rate on your mortgage payments
for the first two years. After
two years, you can renegotiate
at the prevailing rate, and we'll
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mortgage money. Work com-
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figuration of townhouse design
by Cloethiel Woodard Smith in a
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Specially designed for small
space users needing 1,000-4,000
sq. ft. Enjoy the investment
benefits of ownership -at a
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Just off I-270 and blocks from
White Flint and a future Metro
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call Mike Karel of Dreyfuss
Brothers Residential Sales at
(301) 468-0760.

                                    Developed by Panache, Inc.
                                    and The Berger Berman Group.
                                    Built by the Marcus Corporation.
The Educated Palate

          country inn on a lazy summer's      crab soup served by help in colonial

 A        evening can be both a delightful
          change of pace and a sanctuary.
 If the food is good, then you've got a
                                             garb. Smithfield ham or roast duckling,
                                             tender with a lively orange sauce, are
                                             apt choices joined by specials like a
 Welcome bonus.                              tenderloin steak and quail combina-
    A wonderful whitewashed nook out         tion. The delectable spoon bread
of Provence can be found in Great Falls      shou ldn't be missed, and you'll find a
at L' Auberge Chez Francois. Francois        large selection of carefully chosen
liaeringer and his family take great         wines from which to choose.
care in creating the bustling rustic am-        Owner Ralph Evans touts the down-
bience. There's a two-week wait on           stairs Sitting Duck Pub as well, where
reservations.                                only choice labels of liquor are served .
    With an ever-changing menu, de-          It's a fine place for warm Sunday
Pending on freshness, offering such          brunches and heady late night Irish
items as succulent rabbit casserole and      coffee.
soft-shelled crabs. A choice from the           The Hunter's Inn, Potomac Village,
lavish homemade dessert table, dis-          Md., and 9834 Georgetown Pike, Va.,
Played at the entrance is worth that ex-     is entirely different. A rustic bar belies
tra effort, and the wine list is carefully   the airy dining room, which features
chosen. The cuisine is "honest." To a        rust and green chintz Bentwood chairs
~<'renchman that translates into 'ter-       in a brick and wood paneled decor.
rific,' especially for the customer.         Owner Naval Mehra emphasizes fresh-
   Evans Farm Inn, 1696 Chain Bridge         ness throughout his menu and offers
Rd., McLean, Va., is a charming,             both value and originality. The snails,
homey restaurant in colonial trappings       for instance, are cloaked in a little
that sits on a farm where they grow          casserole, doffing a cap of puff pastry
many of the fresh vegetables served. It      to seal in their garlicky fragrance.
has been a family favorite for 22 years,     Curried lamb shank is another unusual
but don't let those cozy dining rooms        entree-the fresh-made curry is authen-
With colonial pottery fool you-they          tically fiery! Fresh rockfish or aged
served 2,600 dinners last Mother's Day!      steaks with a lively salad bar and
   A copious salad bar with homemade         courteous professional service bring the
relishes and jams awaits the hungry          clientele back, many from nearby Con-
diner, with starters like Eastern Shore      gressional Country Club in Potomac or

~njoying a leisurely breakfast at Hunter's Inn in Great Falls, Va. , are members of
he Fairfax Hunt (I tor) John Sanders, Isabel Davidov and Rand Rouse.

                                                                                          Capitol Hill        Georg town
                                                                                          227 M ss Ave . NE   1211 W1sc Ave NW
                                                                                          547 8500            337 3600
                                                                                          111 2a m Sun Thur   1 3am Sun T11ur
                                                                                              3amFn &Sa r         4am Fn &Stll

                                                                                                              Dos ier/July 1980135
     of hfU,
         CApitol    inc.
     325 seventh 5t". se
     "'Ash'"sto"' de
      54-b· 5110                                 On Capitol Hill
Mon.-Sat. and late on Thurs. 'till 7 pm


                                             Continental Cuisine
 ltluwk ~u' inur                                  107 D St. Northeast
           est.1967                                Washington D.C.

    329 Pennsylvania Ave. , S.E.
          on Capitol Hill                    Reservations: 546-4488
                                                 Our Twentieth Year
                                                     On the Hill

                                            Complete Dinners
                                          (before and af ter the theatre)

                                          The fin est French cuisine at moderate prices
                                            The most pleasant dinner on the patio

                                          Open Monday-Saturday JJ:30-12:00pm
                                                   Sunday Brunch
                                             239 Massachusetts Ave. N.E.

                                               Serving Capitol Hill for
                                             Over a Quarter of a Century !

                                            231 Pennsylvania Ave., S.E.
                                                 Washington D.C.
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                                                                               Saturday & Sunday
 Third St. & Massachusetts Ave., N.E.        Developing Capitol Hill         l/:30 a.m. to 3:30p. m .
                                                                            410 First Stree t, S .E.
        Reservations: 546-5900          [H         Since 1966          Washington, D.C.           543-5005


 Restaurant           Delicatessen

 Tti~ U~LL~
           ~of Capitol Hill
    Soup & Salad Bar
   332 Pennsylvania Avenue., S.E.
       Washington, D.C. 20003
     Office & Home Catering
,J:unch & Dinner     Monday·Saturday

                                                                       .. a refreshingly different Amerlc
                                                                                restaurant and bar.
                                                                       Open for lunch and dinner Mon.-Sat.
                                                                                and Sunday Brunch
                                                                       515 2nd Street, N.E.• Washington, D.C.

                                                                                               Dossier/ July 1980137
                                                   T EDUCATED PALATE

       COME ON                                     Continued from Page 35                               The
                                                   the horse farms near his new inn in
                                                   Great Falls.                                    Essex House
   Smooth. appealing skin just asks to be
   touched. You get great looking skin. glow-
   Ing youthful skin with K'WEST. K'WEST prod-
                                                       Mr. Mehra likes the "stability" of
                                                   the suburbs and is proud of the fact that
                                                   his repeat customers eat there as often
                                                                                                  is all you need
   ucts made with lavish amounts of Key West
   aloe. are greaseless. naturally moisturizing.
   and deeply penetrating. Results: You look
                                                   as three times a week!
                                                       Nearby Poolesville sports The Mea-             to know
   great. You feel good. Everyone picks up on
   your vibrant appeal. Come on. Get K'WEST.
   Get touched .
                                                   dowlark, an unpretentious white clap-
                                                   board house filled with colonial charm.
                                                   Trudie Zirpolo enthusiastically mans
                                                                                                  about hotels in
                                                   the dining room while husband Michael
                                                   cooks some extraordinary offerings .
                                                                                                    Spacious guest rooms and
                                                   The rooms are homey with early Amer-           beautiful suites ; quiet style and
                                                   ican ornaments and crockery. Wait-
                                                                                                         superb service _ At
                                                   resses in colonial garb cheerfully assist.
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                                                   in from the heat, try the pickled her-
                                                   ring, piled high on the plate, or the lusty
                                                   chicken liver pate.
                                                       The Blair Mansion Inn, 7711 Eastern
                                                   Ave., near the Maryland line in Silver                   .Marriott's®
                                                   Spring, is a stately mansion built in the
                                                   late 1800's. The dark orange walls of
                                                                                                       ESSEX HOUSE
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                                                   the dining rooms are contrasted by
                                                   hunter green floral curtains and match-
                                                    ing tablecloths. The Clams Casino are
                                                    an especially good beginning, but time
                                                    marches on, and some things have
                                                    changed . The marvelous salad bar of
                                                    yesteryear is now a memory (though the
     • 40% Aloe Face Conditioner,                   dinner salad is fresh and good), and
       10.00                                        though the menu says " Roast Duck
     • 30% Aloe Antiseptic After-
                                                    Chesapeake . . . served in casserole"
       shave Gel, 5.50
     • Body Scrub with Aloe, 8.00
                                                    the entree now comes for you to carve .
     • 50% Aloe Moisturizing Skin                   It's not nearly as tender. Crab Imperial
       Balm, 6.95                                   is a great success, creamy and sparked
                                                    by pimentos. Homemade apple fritters
            WHITE FLINT MALL                        served alongside entrees are still a treat!
           11301 Rockville Pike                        The players may come and go, but
       Kensington, Maryland 20795                   Old Angler's Inn, 10801 MacArthur
             (301) 770-2050                         Blvd., in Potomac, Md., always stays
                                                    the same. It's a lovely drive out there,
         GOLD COAST MALL                            as evening brings refreshing coolness,
      Ocean City, Maryland 21842                    and the inn remains a picturesque and
           (301) 524-1628                           romantic stop. Cushy sofas downstairs
                                                    soften the effect of the hefty cocktails
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   West. Fl. 33040. (305) 294-5592                     The upstairs dining room has atmos-
                                                    phere, if not elegance, but the service
                                                    more than compensates. Try to reserve
                                                    the seat at the window to enjoy the calm
                                                    scenery while sampling the house pate
   KEY WEST FRAGRANCE                               or tasty Caesar salad. The "Rack of
   & COSMETIC FACTORY                               Lamb for Two"-tender lamb fragrant
              When In Key West.
                                                    with rosemary-surrounded by a pleth-
         watch our laboratory a t work .            ora of fresh cooked vegetables, is truly
                                                     a reason to trek out there. Lobster tails
                                                     are very popular as· well, and the wine

381July 19801Dossier
list offers reasonable choice - mainly
American and French. The cherrie
iubilee can park your summer night, if
You have room.
    The Cornu Inn in omu , Md., i
Worth t he jaunt for the rural cenery
and home cooking. outhern fried
chicken really make a name for it elf,
and the fre h garden soup , like robu t
vegetable, are worth savoring. A alad
bar a lso entices . It is full of country
goodie such as three-bean salad and
assorted farm-fresh greens. Other en-
trees like country ham uphold the inn' s
ambience, as do the perky waitresses in
costume serving warm pie for dessert.
Comus Inn has a lovely view of farm
lands, so save time for a walk before
dark .
    For jaunts a bit further away we offer
 two inns with sleeping accommodation
 Where you can enjoy a unique dinner as
 Well. The Red Fox Inn in Middleburg,
i the second oldest inn in the United
States-it dates from 1728. Nancy and
l'urner Reuter own this charming
 Place, and they have taken great pains
 to refurbish it. T h e country ambience
 blends with modern conveniences- it
 Works very well.
    A rustic dining room invites with
 W hite washed ston e walls and high-
 beamed ceilings. Assorted farm relishes
 like cottage cheese and apple butter are
 served tableside. Try the peanut soup
 for authentic but light flavor. Seafood
 casserole, lightly seasoned, i a lovely
                                                      J~ ... ANNandSONS
entree, as is the fine butt teak, and the
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                                                     DIRECT IMPORTER OF ORIENTAL RUGS
 compa nying corn pudding especia lly is              Being entrepreneur of oriental rugs for four generation
 Worth noting, it's a ucculent custardy               has enabled u to establi h a di criminating election of
 melange.                                              oriental carpets which are truly a treasure underfoot.
    The Robert Morris Inn in Oxford i            We invite you to visit our showroom and hare our knowledge and
 for those who are drawn to the C he a-                mutual admiration of these di tinctive handmade rug .
 Peake Bay. Oxford, Maryland, played
 an important role in Revolutionary          8019 Wisconsin Avenue • Bethesda, MD 20014 • 657-2 124 • 986-1908
 ~imes a an oceangoing port. And the
 1nn, a n old wood colonial, lies close to

 the sea. The restaurant ha imple decor
 With picture que historical mural -
                                              Jhe eulirzary la:nd:ma;-k of V/rginicL!
  their double re ide in the White                       .Evans- F a.:r:nr .I:n:n.-
  1-iouse. Seafood is the favorite
  here- from Maryland crab soup to a
                                                                  11:t :· .            :in M~lea:n.-
  robust seafood p latter, well prepared.
 'the oyster avories- oy ter nack in
  taw, s tewed or tuffed form, are
  available fo r late-night snacking.
    Whether it is the lure of the ea, the
 Calm of an old farmhouse, or the unique
 ambience, service and cuisine that the e
  Places offer, t h ere is a co mmon
  theme- warm hospitality.
                      - 8   TTE TAYLOR

                                                                                                       Dossier/July 1980139
                                                                     THE GEOGRAPHY OF POWER

                                                                     Continued from Page 16
                                                                        A for growth in demand, Franklin
                                                                     say that there currently "i a vacancY
                                                                     factor of about one-half of one percent,
                                                                     which is extremely low. Generally, in
                                                                     Wa hington, we carry about a three
                                                                     percent margin of unrented pace
                                                                     available for occupancy right now. It'
                                                                     incredibly tight, if a tenant i in the
                                                                     market now. For future occupancy.
                                                                     there is space available," he adds.
                                                                        Simon, with Carey Winston, elabo·
                                                                     rate : "l can't compare anything with
                                                                     what I've seen in the last four years.
                                                                     People are doing wild thing out
                                                                     there," an example of which, he says,
                                                                     was the leasing by one firm of 10,000
                                                                     square feet of office space to get I ,500
                                                                     square feet of space the firm needed ·
                                                                     The company then subleased the re·
                                                                     maining 8,500 square feet of space.
                                                                         "Rents in the proven downtown
                                                                     market are going to be far in exce of
                                                                     $20 a square foot," Jeff Cohen ay ·
                        DOMINION DATSUN                              "There's such a pent-up demand for
                                                                     office pace that we haven't met much
                        2825 WILSO   BOULEY ARD

                                                                      re i tance. It's still a landlord's market .
                          ARLINGTON , VIRGINIA                       There are different types of deals todal
                                   525-3400                          than were being made a year ago."
                                                                        While office condominiums are not
                                                                     yet proliferating, Milt Scheiderman.
                                                                     President of the Panache Builder •

                                    t:;;\.                           Inc., points out that the condo method

                                                                     enables smaller users of office space to
                                                                     purchase their space and get all the
                                                                     benefits of home ownership, like ta~
                                                                     breaks and appreciation.

        NaJa..ttivz $t~. !lle.
              2323 Wisconsin Ave.,~.\\'. Washington, D.C. 333-7800
                                                                         Scheiderman's group is currentlY
                                                                     selling the first condominium office
                                                                     building in Montgomery County, Thf
                                                                     Executive Building at Executiv e
                                                                     Boulevard and Montrose Road. Price
                                                                     run about $120 a square foot and th
                 THE HAND KNOTTED                                    space is especially attractive to smaller
                                                                     users in the I ,000 to 4,000 foot cate·
                TREASURESOFEGYPI                                     gory. He reports that the first section i
                                                                     9007o sold out. It is a joint venture witll
                                                                     the Berger-Berman Group.
                                                                         Irwin Altman, executive vice pre i·
                                                                     dent with Charles E. Smith Company,
                                                                     major lea ing and developmen
                                                                      firm,believes that prestige pace in thi
                                                                     area i "practically anywhere."
                                                                         "There' a lot of it," he say , add in.
                                                                      that he couldn't think of a single offi
                                                                      building without thinking of man)
                   See this exquisite array of fine oriental rugs    other comparable to it. He li t a th
                             at Nazarian Bros. Now                    "ingredients" of the impressive office
                                                                     spaciou ne s, decor, furniture an
           SALES • APPRAISALS • RESTORING • CLEANING                  furni hings and the qua lity of th
                                                                                                                 1 1
                                                                      building itself. Of cour e, it' a ll in th
                                                                      eye of the beholder . But some broker

40/Ju/y /980/Dossier
    Wax ecstatic about some of the individ-
    Ual offices created by their clie nt .
    A.mong those mentioned were: the office
    or attorney Leonard Melrod at 1801 K
    St., N . W. ("What Hollywood would
    say an office should be," says Bran-
     nock); the office of Foley, Lardner,
     Hollabaugh and Jacobs, a law firm, at
     18th and Pennsylvania Ave.; the offices
    or Arnold and Porter at 1200 New
     Hampshire Ave.; the office of Norman
    Singer, a lawyer at Watergate, whose
    View overlook the Potomac; the of-
     fices of the U.S. League of Savings &
     Loans at 1709 New York Ave., over-
    looking the area from the Corcoran
    Gallery to National Airport; the ex-         Hunter.The Original Oldelyme Ceiling Fan.

    ecutive offices of the Charles E . Smith
    Company in Crystal City; and many
    rnore too numerous to cite.
        Most of the better office buildings
                                                of quality. app arance.
                                                In peliormance. No short cut ·.
                                                                        s~ii~htni ~~rn~rail:.-.
                                                                                     to sav on atmg cost
                                                                                           •                  I~ p Is inse ts. eli p r s
                                                On the power for on light bulb, it can         odors and ·mok . Two speed . Easy to
    have       underground         parking,     make a room at 78° feel like 70°. And in       install even on 8' eiling . Light extra.
    sophisticated heating and air condi-
    tioning systems normally operating           Hunter makes 78 feel like 70. on the power of a lightbulb.
    from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. One broker men-       Cuts air
    tioned that more offices today are be-
    ing designed with saunas, private
                                                conditioning cost.                   HAYMARKET
r bathrooms with showers, elaborate
    lounge areas and whirlpool baths.
                                                Easy to install.                     ADEMAS s46-64oo
                                                                                      721 8th STREET, S.E.
        ln addition to the height limi t on     In stock now.                        On Capitol Hill's Barracks Row
    buildings in Washington, D.C., there
    also is a built-in limitation on interior
1 space as well .
        "There must be a course in law
    S chool that says a lawyer must have a
    Window," one broker opined .
        Because of that demand for direct
e light, those in the business of building
    and leasing prestigious buildings know
    better than to include an over abun-
                                                     Potomac Promenade
y dance of interior floor space. If it gets               Store and Office space available
e too spacious, there will be too many of-
e fices without windows, and executives                          Conveniently located just minutes from
 e 1Vill shun the place .                                       Beltway Exit # 16 at River and Falls Road
:S      George Voores of Coldwell Ba nker                           Carey Winston/656-4212
    Points out that "buildings in Washing-
:r Lon are not spectacular, and so the in-                     "We put Washington's Real Estate Puzzle Together"
~- leriors have to be appea ling."
i . "There tends to be specialization in
 1 Interior planning, and the interior plan-
    ning can sometimes conflict with the ex-
 i· lerior . The private sector in New York
  a builds magnificent monuments. In
1 Washington, who does it?" He ex-
                                                             Bethesda Square
 i. Plained that most of the monument
    building in Washington had been done
                                                             Shopping Center
If by the government and that the go vern-                         Retail and Office Space
~ llnent hold re ponsibility for most of
I) 1he city' s architectural appeal, from the             In the heart of Bethesda on Old Georgetown Road
,, Capitol to the White House, a nd the                         just two blocks from Wisconsin Avenue
e llnany other famous structures.
1       My choice for the most prestigious                         Carey Winston/656-4212
,, Office in Washington? I would cheat,
                                                               "We put Washington's Real Estate Puzzle Together"
n' throw in government , make it easy and
f ~ay the Oval one .                       D

                                                                                                                           Dossier/ July /980141
                                                                                                 Continued from Page I I

                                                                                                 to the Maryland county . Mo l recently,
                                                                                                 Blair Lee I II wa Lt. Governor and then
                                                                                                 acting Governor of Mary land.
                                                                                                    A Lee wa largely re pon ib le for
                                                                                                 per uading       ongress to l ocate the
                                                                                                 capital here. So close were the Blair to
                                                                                                 President Abraham Lincoln that it was
                                                                                                 at Blair House that Lincoln offered the
                                                                                                 command of the Union armie to
                                                                                                 Robert E. Lee.
                                                                                                    The Blairs have been Jack sonian
                                                                                                 Democrat , Free Sailers, Republican
                                                                                                 and after the Civil War, Democrat
                                                                                                 again. General Frank Blair wa the
                                                                                                 Democrat ' un ucces ful candidate for
                                                                                                 the Vice-Presidency in 1868. W hether
                                                                                                 in or out of favor with the White
                                                                                                 House, they continued to produce
                                                                                                 general s, admirals, cabinet officer ,
                                                                                                  tate men and men of letter , and their
                                                                                                 womenfolk et the ocial tone of their
                                                                                                 day. In thi century, it wa Gist Blair
                                                                                                 who collected the valuable paper or
                                                                                                 family hi tory and restored Blair Hou e
                                                                                                 to its early splendor.
                                                                                                    Th is book is admirably suited to the
                                                                                                 ro le the State Department has chosen
                                                                                                 for it - as a gift to be presented to
                                                                                                 heads of state and important visitors to
                                                                                                 the presidential guesthouse. On the
                                                                                                 other hand, it is no mere coffeetable
                                                                                                 book. It s wealth of detail about

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                                              ART   ARTISIS

                                               olllinued frum Page 9

                                                u an Ziller who earned her M.A. in
   You are invited to join us                 Fine Art from the Univer ity of Ma -
   on a Royal Viking Cruise                   achu ett at Amher t. Ziller upervi e
                                              the team of nine arti t in charge of the
  aboard the Royal Viking Sea                 creation of the engaging little charac-
     visiting Upper Europe,                   ter . Other teams work on et , prop ,
                                              special effect and painting.' Our work
            August,                           take a lot of talent, kill and vi ual
  Nineteen Hundred and Eighty                 perception. While we ha e prototype
                                              for all the character , each one i
                                              created free hand. An e perien ed ar-
                                              ti t works from 4 to 8 hour on uch a
                                              character. But newcomer may pend
        For details please call               from 1 to 3 day on Deacon, the
             Mrs Hudig                        'mu hrat,' or Porky, the prickly por-
          at (202)362-7301                    cupine." Ziller, formerly an arti t-in-
                                              re idence in Wilmington where he in-
                                              structed retarded children in the art of
                                              printmaking, wa fortunate in a sem-
                                              bling a team composed of three
                                                culptors trained at George Wash-
"'Van Slycke & Reesid.e
                                              ington Univer ity, an art tudent fro m
     f!7~~_,J-ne.                             the Corcoran, a cartooni t, who tarted
     Serving The Washington Area              out asap ychologi t at Georgetown, a
                                              ceramicist, and other talented people.
  5100 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.                 "Due to the fact that thi method of
                                              animation ha never been attempted in
                                              a full-length motion picture in
                                              America, everybody is learning on the
                                              job," Ziller explains. H er favo rite
                                              character is Churchy the Turtle.
                                                 There are problem , of cour e. The
                                              hot klieg light tend to melt the mini-
                                              movie stars. "They just about make it
                                              through one scene," explains Stephen
                                              Chiodo, director of animation. "Al-
                                              though some of them can be recycled
                                              and resculpted. We have used up hun-
                                              dreds of Alberts, the alligator, who
                                              dreams of becoming a highra nking of-
                                              ficial, and Pogos in the proce of ani-
                                              mation which involv e continuou
                                              handling under the hot lights before the
                                                 The staff works in air-conditioned
                                              studios to keep their character fro m
                                              losing shape. Stephen hiodo and hi
                                              brother Charles, the production's art
                                              director who wa spirited away from            8585 L c burg Pik
                                                                                             Vi nna, Virginia
                                              ABC's art department, have been with
                                              Stowmar virtually since its beginning        • ,,ailab!.• Fall. 1980
                                              in 1976. While the imaginative harte         • 17.000 •q . r. .
                                                                                           • Ta,tdul de•ign
                                              grad uated from the Pratt In titute,         • Ea•y ac<~" to 1-495 . 1-6 6 rHI Oull•·•
                                              Stephen earned hi degree in photo-            lnlt·rnu tional Airporl
                                              graphic illu tration from the Roche ter
  The Embassy Row Hotel                                                                        on tact John L. Cobb
                                              Institute of Technology where motion
~0/6, 1/lrs.wc/m,\'el/.1', foe., ,   I ?f/}                                                     (70 3) 893-3868
                                              picture making is being t aug ht.                 Eu·lu,; ,.,.   b y:
             266-/600                         Stephen's experiments with three-
      , f;ee oalet j)(fl'ktity                dimensional animation go back to his       H.C. Smithxl~~pany
             ttfiet• 6/}/JI                   hi g h school and college day . Hi
                                              animated 3- D film "Cricket," peopled

                                                                                                                  Dossier/ July 1980143
                                                  with wire armature characters, won
                                                  first prize in CINE's amateur division
                                                  in 1976 and became the American
                                                  award winning entry at the Cannes Film
                                                  Festival that year. Stephen worked
                                                  closely with Walt Kelly's widow, Selby,
                                                  in the transformation of the comic strip
                                                  characters into three-dimensional
                                                     "Animators are like actors," he
                                 Look cool and
                                 collected in a
                                                  muses. "You have to get the feel of
                                 summery Lilly    your characters and what they do.
                                                  Above all, it takes practice. Eventually
                                                  one builds up a whole repertoire of                   RNE DINING, IN A ROOM WITH A VIEW

                                                  movements. There are a thousand indi-
                                                  vidual scenes. And all of them need to
                                                  be precise to make an impact and to be
                                                  funny.''                                                                   Dome
                                                     It takes a trained eye to conceptualize
                                                  and to create the smooth refined move-             Adults ... 55.95      Only REVOLVING
                                                  ments characteristic of full-animation            Children .. .53.95         LOUNGE
                                                  in the round. That some of this preci-
                                                  sio n work becomes routine at times is
                                                  readily admitted by this creative crew.
                                                  Yet all agree that the occasional bouts
                                                  with boredom are forgotten the minute
                                                  they see the rushes. "It's exhilarating to
                                                  see your characters come alive. You
                                                  laugh. Part of the excitement is that
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                                                     The rushes with their colorful fan-
                                                  tasyland settings and whimsical touches
                                                  are breathtakingly beautifuL They re-           HAVE A PORTRAIT MADE WITfl
                                                  mind you of viewmaster pictures at                 SOMEONE YOU LIKE...
                                                  their best. The thrill of seeing their
                                                  figures walk, jump, strut and talk with
                                                  the voices of Jonathan Winters, who
                                                  does the fat power-hungry Mole, and of
         "The meeting place for                   Ruth Buzzi, who lend s her metallic
          Washingtonians who                      voice to the frenchified skunk
             love good food."                     Mam'zelle Hepzibah, or the famed
     Our International Cuisine is                 snarls of Vincent Price, who delivers
     prepared in the Old World                    the evil Deacon's lines, carries their
     tradition. Breakfast, lunch and              creators through the trials and tribula-
     dinner is served on the balcony              tions of the difficult art of animation.
     and main floor from 8:30am to                The other thrill is the involvement in a
     8:30pm. Formal private dining                pioneering project, the first feature
     room available.                              film of its kind, a folksy, somewhat
              Sumptuous Brunch                    political satire that is likely to be seen in
               Saturday & Sunday                  every major movie hou se.
            from 8:30 am to 4:30pm                   When Mark Chinoy embarked on
               Full Bar Service                   this singular, 90-minute movie produc-
         The finest selection of imported         tion he had the enthusiastic support of
                wines and spirits.                his energetic partner Kerry Stowell,
                                                  president of the animation film firm
             Famous Desserts                      that combines their names.                      Famous for characterizing the individualitY
     All manner of cakes, tortes and                                                                 of women and children as well as
     pasteries. Ice Cream made daily on
                                                     "I read about Mark's new mode of
                                                                                                          the personality of men.
                the premises.                     animation experiments and decided to
                                                  get in touch with him." Mrs. Stowell, a          GLOGAU STUDIO
       1777 Columbia Road, N.W.                   New Yorker who loves Washington and              KENWOOD PLACE
            Washington, D.C.                      lives here, was publishing educational           5301 WESTBARD C l RCLE • SUITE 128
   \... 265-0332       265-7273 J                 children's books at the time. "I wanted          BETHESDA, MARYLAND 20016
     i                                   t        to try my hand at video and in movie             986-1460 "by appointme nt"

44/Ju/y 1980 Dossier
                                 production," he recall . She did.
                                Stowmar was founded and a number of
                                 Flexiform short were produced. A
                                9 ·minute pilot for the National Wildlife

 if'::o:E;:'f                    Federation entitled "Ranger Rick," a
                                well a indu trial film , commercial
                                 for ACCO and Shell Oil, and pecial
                                animation for Paramount's production

·DIIAMOIND                      of "Star Trek," provided a promi ing

                                   "Our problem was to find the right
                                property," Stowell remember . "One
                                night during dinner Pogo came up in
                                our conversation. The next evening we
Exquisite Hunan & Szechuan      had dinner with Walt Kelly's widow.
                                That was two years ago."
           Cuisine                 What was so special about Pogo?
   Lunch Tue.-Fri. 11:30-2:30      "Two thing , " Mark Chinoy shoots
     Dinner Tue.-Sat. 5-10      back. "Kelly's line drawings suit our
      Sunday Buffet 3-9         system."
                                   "And the quality of the project.
     Banquets & Catering        Pogo has something to say," continues
                                Stowell: "It's decent entertainment and
      s .,     KSt .            great fun. Pogo i American folklore.
                        0>      There is a kindheartednes and humani-

                        ;;:5    ty. It's Americana, pure Doonesbury
                        "'      with a positive outlook, and very
                M St.   "'      political."
 1010 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.       Talking to the movie' producer and
     In The Dodge Center        its director i like talking to identical
                                twins. In their enthusiasm they are of
           333·3940             one mind and not ju t about Pogo.
----------------------------    Chinoy wrote the script and directed
                                the film story which i a composite of
                                various segments of Kelly's strip .
                                   "It doe link up nicely with this
                                pre idential year," Chinoy remarks
                                with a broad smile. It took him six
                                months to complete the cript. "I tried
                                to remain a true to the original as such
                                a transition permits. While the ba ic
                                structure is not changed, certain
                                characters became stronger a we went
                                along," he add .
                                   Production costs are under $2 mil-
                                lion. United Arti t is in charge of mer-

        IJ89                    chandizing. "Anything Snoopy has,
                                Pogo will get," Stowell mile . Thi
                                means T -shirt , coa ter , toy , the

   ~cmt                         whole work and, naturally, a View-
                                rna ter serie .
                                   If all goes well, grand opening in
                                Wa hington, Los Angeles and New
     French Cuisine in          York are cheduled for Augu t or Sep-
    Historic Georgetown         tember. Judging by the completed eg-
                                ments seen during CBS' "Fabulou
           Setting.             Funnies," Pogo ha all the earmark of
                                  uccess. It' whim ical, down to earth
       " The '89 is a jewel "   with a touch of sophi tication, and tru -
    Dresden. Washington Post    ly three-dimen ional. The result is a
                                richer and fuller look than the tradi-
          Valet Parking         tional Di ney tyle cell animation has
      1226 36th Street, N.W.    been able to produce.
            965-1789               Pogophile will love their possum
                                in motion.              - VIOLA DRATH

                                                                            Dossier/July 1980/45
                                                                                           LETIERS TO THE EDITOR

        YourfamiiJ                                                                            I am somewhat taken back by the
                                                                                           article on Ocean City, Maryland, in the
                                                                                           April issue of Washington Dossier. pat
                                                                                           McNees evidently has not spent enough

     should inherit more                                                                   time here to voice her opinion that it is
                                                                                           "basically a honky tonk town".
                                                                                              By definition, from Webster's NeW

         than taxes.                                                                       Collegiate Dictionary, "hanky tonk" is
                                                                                           defined cheap and/or sleazy. I would
                                                                                           hate to think that the 3 million people
                                                                                           who visit our city each year are con·
                                                                                           sidered to be cheap and sleazy. Many of
                                            You've worked hard all your life so your       those people are your readers.
                                         family can have a home, property and finan-          One only has to spend a few days
                                         cial security. The reality is, your family may    here to realize its beauty and unique·
                                         have to sen those assets to pay the inheritance   ness. It offers over ten miles of
                                         taxes on them.                    ·               beautiful beach and bathing, and three
                                            Fortunately, John Hancock has a plan           miles of boardwalk for the whole
                                         that can virtually offset those taxes. To get a   family to enjoy. It has an abundance of
                                         free, no obligation analysis of your estate,      fine hotels, motels and restaurants,
                                         contact me today. And make sure your              plus top entertainment and dancing in
                                         family inherits what it should.
                                                                                           our many night spots.
                   Peter Felix                                                             Ben Higgs, Director
        Silver Spring General Agency
                                                                                           Public Relations Department
                   Suite 701
            8720 Georgia Avenue          ~Mutual Life Insurance Company                    Ocean City, Maryland
           Silver Spring. MD 20910
                   589-0015                        Boston, Massachusetts
                                                                                             Your April issue article on hom.e
                                                                                           prices spurred me to further detail
                                                                                           advertising verbiage in the real estate
                                                                                           • cute doll house - exactly that, tinY
    #1 PARTY SUPPLIER                                                                      rooms at huge prices,                  .
                                                                                           • Capitol Hill extended - the house IS
    One Call Rents It All                                                                  closer to Annapolis,
    Tents • Canopies • Marquees •
                                                                                           • Dupont Circle East - really Shaw,
    Dance Floors • Bridal Arches •                                                         • creative financing - you leave two of
    Platforms • Candelabras • Tables                                                       the kids as collateral,
    • Chairs • Linens • Skirting •                                                         • country style kitchen- ah, the charfll
    China • Glassware • Silverware •                                                       of the old coal stove,
    Coffee Urns • Chafing Dishes •
    Punch Bowls • Champagne
                                                                                           • lots of character - the plumbinS
    Fountains                                                                              doesn't work, the plasters falling in,
                                                                                           but the woodwork's original,
    A-1 RENTAL CENTER                                                                      • unrestored but with considerable
            established 1968                                                               charm - nothing has been done to the
    Annandale, Va.         Vienna, Va.                                                     house since 1920,
    941-3520               281-0883
                                                                                           • time to select colors - everythinS
                                                                                           needs painting,
                                                                                           • assumable - the newest "in" word
                                                                                           which means you assume a 7o/o 1st trus~
                                                                                           for $5,000 and the seller holds the zn
                                                                                           for 95,000 at 19%,
                                  [J]ID [[[[]            S.RODIN                           • and finally lots of ambience - there'S
                                                                                           no grass and no parking, but what the
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                                                                                           in a recent issue.
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                                                           Alexandria, Virginia 22314                               $295,000. Eves. Call
                                                                (703) 549-6103                                      Thomas Ryan 836-0812.

                                                                                                     A STURDY PIER OFFERS SAILBOAT
                                                                                                     DEPTH ANCHORAGE ON THIS 3-ACRE
                                                                                                     MINI-ESTATE LOCATED JUST 8 MILES
                                                                                                     FROM EASTON. THE RANCH-STYLE
                                                                                                     HOME CONTAINS 4 BEDROOMS, 3
                                                                                                     BATHS, LIVING ROOM WITH
                                                                                                     FIREPLACE, DINING AREA, COUNTRY
                                                                                                     KITCHEN WITH INFORMAL EATING
                                                                                                     AREA, SCREENED PORCH, FULL
                                                                                                     FINISHED BASEMENT AND LARGE
                                                                                                     PATIO OVERLOOKING THE RIVER.
                                                                                                              PRICE: $225,000.
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      277 South Washington Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314     549-8200                                    at the same address.

481July 1980/Dossier
          Eastern Shore

 A gem of a Pre-Civil War Manor House
 situated on a 4-acre Waterfront Point only
 2 miles from Easton, Md. Sixteen rooms,
 high ceilings, period woodwork and a
 dock with 5' MLW. Priced for immediate
 sale at $325,000.

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                                                        IN McLEAN, VIRGINIA
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                                                       Ask for details about our creative financing arrangements and
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                                                       exciting, imaginative design. The 24ft. wide plans offer 60ft.
                                                      vistas, 3 story high open foyers, fireplaces, enclosed courtyards,
                                                      2-car detached garages. Right in the center of Mclean, at Dolley
                                                       Madison Blvd. and Chain Bridge Rd. Walk to shopping. A few
                                                      homes are still available in Section Two, for spring and summer
                                                       occupancy, from $198,000. Model home open every day, 12-5.
                                                       From the Beltway take Dolley Madison Blvd. (Rte. 123) north
                                                          towards Mclean to Madison of Mclean entrance on left.
                                                                               Phone 893-7903 .

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                                                        '                 Laughlin, Realtor    Brokers Welcome                           oo.o,....._

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                                              and spectacular view. includes 4 bedrooms, 2V• baths, 3 fireplaces, sauna, 35 foot party room with wet

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                                                                                                                               Dossier/ July 1980149
                       WESTMORELAND HILLS                                            Real Estate
                                                                                    A GUIDE TO AREA
                                                                                    PROPERlY EXCHANGES
                                                                                      225 Falcon Ridge Road, Great Falls · Ridge
                                                                                    Development Corporat ion to C. Thomas Taylor
                                                                                     ~1~00 .                                       .
                                                                                      2326 Rolfe Street, s, Arlington · For Hil 15
                                                                                    Associati on to Jason H. Wo lin - $217,000.    .
                                                                                      2342 Rolfe Street, S. Arlington · For Hil 1     5
                                                                                    Associ ati on to· Phill ip D. Grub - $217,000.   J
                                                                                      608 Washington Street, N. Alexandria · T. ·
                                                                                    Stanton to Souad K ai -Ghanem · $287,000.
               Brick colonial in lovely leafy setting in this much-                   5825 Bent Twig Road, Mclean- J.D. Hushon to
               desired neighborhood. Work-saver garden . One block                  Vicki L. Frost - $293,000.
                                                                                      6212 Stoneham Lane, Mclean - May Housin9
               from transportation.                                                 Corporation to Kurt J. Darr - $257,273.
                                                                                      6352 Chowning Place, Mclean. T.E. Blan chard
                                                                                    to F. Eugene Purcell - $215,000.
                                  Mrs. Magruder                                       2501 Leeds Road, Vienna - B.V. Godwin 1        °
                                   . 966-0085                                       Lester E. Tedrow - $210,000 .
                                                                                      1022 Dell Drive, Mclean - K. Mashayekhi to
                                                                                    Daniel A. Bannist er - $220,000.
                                                                                       10103 Winding Bark Lane, Vienna. D.C. Ert e11°
                       MGMB, Inc. Realtors                                          James D. Simmon s - $233,000.
                                                                                       1312 Skipwith Road, Mclean - B.A. Smith to
                                                                                    Walter J. Walvick - $290,000.
                                  362-4480                                            7006 River Oaks Drive, Mclean- A.J. Berman to
                                                                                    Thomas W. Swango - $217,000.
                                                                                      317 Springvale Road, Great Falls· P. Heyman 1  °
                                                                                    Ro bert F. Ozo ls - $232,000.
            3408 WISCONSIN AVENUE, N.W ., WASHINGTON, D.C. 20016                      713 Potomac Knolls Drive, Mclean - J.G          ·
                                                                                    Georgel a & Sons to Will iam B. Regan - $350,000-
                                                                                      521 Duke Street, Alexandria· J.L. Richardson to
                                                                                    Sergius Gambal - $325,000.

                                        453 FEET ON BURLEY CREEK. . .
    ANNAPOLIS WATERFRONT                1+ acre. . . center hall colonial. . .4     WASHINGTON
        BURLEY CREEK                    frreplaces ... 5 bedrooms ... 3 baths ...
                                                                                      3720 Alton Place, N.W. - A.A. Gray to Lewi s D·
          OWNER FINANCING               garage. French doors to screened porch      Sol omon - $180,000.
                                        overlooking deep water with pier. .. just     4383 Embassy Park Drive, N.W.- Embas sy par~
                                                                                    Assoc iates to Anthony A. Dobrovac · $162,500.
                                        minutes to Bay. (767901)        $389,500.     4420 Hawthorne Road, N.W. · D.J. Hen sler t0
                                                                                    Thomas Graham, Jr. - $250,000.

                                                                                      2427 Eye Street, N.W. · P.J . Ca lderon to Michae1
                                                                                    J. & Elli ott A. Halberstam - $253,535.
                                                                                       2129 Newport Place, N.W. - R.G. Phillips to JoY
                                                                                    R. Simon son - $180,800.                               ·d
                                                                                       2510 Upton Street, N.W. - J.C. Bennison to DaV      1

                                               -•Better                             G. Wil so n & Marg aret A. Dinneen - $387,000.
                                                I .,......,. Homes.
                                                    I --      a n d Ga rd e n s ®
                                                                                       1810 24th Street, N.W. - H.M. Si sk to John 11 ·
                                                                                    Michae l - $335,000.
                                                                                       602 E. Capitol Street, N.E .. M.O. Cam pbell , Jr. to
                                           CONTACT: LaVerne Gucker                  Vi ctoria A. Ott en & Willi am H. Barring er - $197,5~
                                             AnnapoUs Office 261-2626                  4200 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., #1010 - D- ~
                                                                                    Sting el to J.W. Jeurgens & A.M. Jeurgens va
                                          (301) 757-2025 • (301) 263-0400           Eenbergen - $250,000.
                                                                                       4805 Blagden Avenue, N.W. - Shannon & Luc11 5
                                                                                    Compan y to Ph ili p A. Sharp - $236,000.            'II
                                                                                       4824 Dexter Terrace, N.W. · J.D. Blake to ·
                                                                                    Cl ark McFadd en, II & Mary E. Wagner - $278,500i
   SPECTACULAR BETHESDA ESTATE            Authentic Williamsburg reproduction          4367 Embassy Park Drive, N.W. · Embassy par
                                          on two wooded acres. Featuring high       As sociates to Miri ell e T. Ayoub - $152,500.          0
                                                                                       3838 Garrison Street, N.W. - C.H. Brent t
                                          ceilings, 7 fireplaces, 10 baths, pool,   Sheldon L. Trubatch - $189, 500.                         1
                                          sauna, and every conceivable amenity.        3936 Morrison Street, N.W.- R.W. Gree n to c ar
                                                                                    A. Cira, Jr. · $158,000.                                 1
                                          A perfect blend of charm and under-          5432 Nebraska Avenue, N.W. · R.W. Cass to G81
                                          stated elegance.           $750,000.00    L. Simmons & All en H. Feldman· $166,000.
                                                                                       833 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. · D. Sinick 1         0

                                                          ~                         Akgun Temi zer - $250,000.
                                                                                       2709 0 Street, N.W.- J.G. Veneman to HenrY •·
                                                        Si"-~•n                     St adl er - $215,000.                                   1
                                                                                       2712 Ontario Road, N.W. · A. Stavin s to NanC
                                                                                    M. Fo lger - $160,000.                                 1
                                                                                       2811 P Street, N.W.- J.O. Anton elli to Jack
                                          Lewis & Silverman, Realtors               Elmore, Jr.- $381 ,000.
                                                                                       4309 Westover Place, N.W. · Kettler Brothers

                                          10000 Falls Road                          Age R. Tamm enoms Bakker · $237,690.
                                                                                       4311 Westover Place, N.W. ·Kettl er Brothers t
                                          Potomac, Maryland 20854                   Johayer Bint Mohammed - $230.000.
              7200 ARMA T DRIVE           299-2000

50/July 1980/Dossier
The Gold Page
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                                                                                                      maintain your standard of living? Become
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 ~McChesney (202) 544-7571 .                      Call us to discuss your needs and goals with          set
                                                  an eye toward tax planning and shelter, In-         • No installation required
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~X~ulsitely hand-lettered announcements,          398-1200.
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 ~Vttatlons, dinner party menus. Fortune 500      For rent - Unique studio apt. 15 mlns. from
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   State Dept. Clientele. Prof., reas. 836-1737                                                       Phone now. Start enjoying its many benefits
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 ~ nners-elegant or casual. Specializing in       directly on Chesapeake Bay. Spectacular 8           A mountain delight for week or weekend, 2
 ~hand Greek Cuisines. 265-6018                   mile vista across bay. Private sandy beach.         hours from D.C. Cozy lodge, chalets, low
 ~             ELEGANCE FOR SALE                  Owner financing with only 10% down. Prices          density campsites. Lakes, riding, tennis,
 ~legant  fabrics from designer cutting rooms.
                                                  start as low as $25,000 per acre. WEEMS
                                                  REAL TV 855-8731, or evenings, PAUL
                                                                                                      restaurant in treetops, peace and privacy.
                                                                                                      Coolfont Re + Creation. Berkeley Springs,
 ~Xciusive imports, Ultra-Suede® in 32 colors.
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 ~ 671-0324.                                      KIAWA Isle, S.C. Luxury 3 bdr. 2 baths.
 ~e~utiful fabrics at sensible prices. Basics,    Sleeps 8. Deck, all sports. 821-2183. a.m.
  °hons for dressmaking. Threadneedle
    reet, Potomac Promenade (inside mall)
 ~ails Rd. Potomac. 299-3370
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 dikes, massages, 1200 calorie or regular
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 ~9.50/day. Sessions 3rd Sunday-Friday,
 Carch through November. Coolfont Re +                       ANN H. BISSELL                                   tpm - 7pm Sundays
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                                                                                                                               Dossier/July 1980151
                          7020 Wyndale Street, N.W.. P. Calomiris to
                       James H. Ward - $235,000.
                          1822 19th Street, N.W. . H.H. Hawkins to Russell
                       S. Armstrong · $339,000.
                          1413 36th Street, N.W.- M.H. Towsley to Robe~
                       L. Cragnolln- $225,000.
                          3909 48th Street, N.W.- R.W. Little to William~
                       Yeomans - $220,000.
                          4574 Indian Rock Terrace, N.W.- CIH Develo~
                       ment Corporation to Henry L. Feller · $330,000. ~
                          1300 N Street, N.W.- Hysong Company to Stua
                       M. Bloch & William B. Ingersoll - $700,000.
                          3014 Que Street, N.W.- G.C. Echols to Charles
                       R. Blitzer · $225,000.
                          1304 R Street, N.W.- M.H. Stevenson to John f'
                       Baringer & Michela Perrone - $180,000.
                          5730 26th Street, N.W. · M.E. Reveley to Serge
                       Romensky - $159,50p_.,
                          1229 29th Street, N.W. - W.C. McFadden, II 1°
                       James A. & Max Zwiebel & Sandra G. Hershber9
                       - $230,000.                                       p
                          2709 31st Street, N.W.- J.H. Drum to Robert
                       Mountain, Jr. - $265,000.
                          3515 35th Street, N.W. · E.S. Kelley to Curtis 9
                       Suplee & Kathy E. Legg · $175,000.

                           7820 English Way, Bethesda. L.H. Piper to An·
                        drew K. Mullei- $171,500.
                           7106 Laverock Lane, Bethesda . S.C. Blakeslee.
                        Jr. to R.A. Salem · $205,000.
                           7104 Loch Lomond Drive, Bethesda. S. Feldman
                        to Davoud Amei-Valizadeh - $280,000.
                           4914 Montgomery Lane, Bethesda · w. 5
                        Hepner, Jr. to David C. Jeng- $188,125.
                           9474 Sevenlocks Road, Bethesda . DKS to
                        Robert F. Stephens - $215,000.
                           4800 Fort Sumner Drive, Sumner. M.R. Moore tO
                        Jose M.D. Veniard- $280,000.
                           5136 Scarsdale Road, Sumner . R.R. Faussel tO
                        L. Oakley Johnson · $205,000.
                           15928 Green Meadow Road, Gaithersburg· J.W.
                        Dwyer to Brian L. Strauss - $190,000.
                           14900 Spring Meadows Drive, Darnestown· J.V'I
                        Abrell to Gerhard K. Benz - $223,000.
                           5225 Strathmore Place, Kensington. Strathmore
                        Partnership to Warren Miller · $187,340.
                         . 9825 Korman Court, Potomac · Noral DevelOP'
                        ment Corporation to Ronald E. Myers· $184,950·
                           9304 Sprinklewood Lane, Potomac . J. Labanc8
                       to A. Lee Westervelt - $202,500.
                           1 Tobin Court, Potomac· F.M. Bell to Frank P
                       Saponaro, Jr. - $330,000.
                           10905 Roundtable Court, Rockville . Herita98
                       Walk Associates to Harry S. Gildenhorn · $269,~1
                           208 Geneva Avenue, Takoma Park . V.W. MIZ8
                        to Dennis H. Thompson. $176,500.
                           4990 Sentinel Avenue, Bethesda . B.B. CaseY 10
                        Murray Comarow - $202,500.
                           4510 Drummond Avenue, Chevy Chase · T.r-4
                       Alexander to Edward N. Luttwak · $260,000. rtn
                           9501 Seddon Road, Bethesda · Korman-t<o
                       Builders to Robert C. Cassidy, Jr.- $222,500. J
                           13215 Lantern Hollow Drive, Gaithersburg · D·g
                       Hyman Construction Company to Layton E. t<ln '
                       Jr. · $239,000.                                  o8
                           13217 Beall Creek Court, Potomac · Monr ,
                       Development Corporation to John B. Cleave-
                          $335,000.                                       s
                           9204 Bentridge Avenue, Potomac· CI-Mitch~J..t
                       Best Company to Jeffrey F. Abramson- $166,~
                           8201 Lakenheath Way, Potomac· S.P. Schum
                       to Daniel B. Kraft · $150,000.                     0
                           14801 River Road, Potomac . R.I. Newmann 1
                       Fortunee B. Device- $210,000.                     c
                           14805 Spring Meadows Drive, Gaithersburg -VI~
                       & AN Miller Development Company to Marlene
                       Kel ly · $213,000.                                 0
                           11409 Hounds Way, Rockville. K.M. PulleY 1
                       Barry P. Forman · $171 ,000.
                           10900 Jousting Court, Rockville· Heritage W3  1~
                       Associates to Karl M. Pulley· $223,083.            c
                           9 Paddock Court, Rockville · N.A. Tucker 1
                       Barry A. Brower· $174,500. .                      ~
                           6616 Paxton Road, Rockville· CI-Mitchell & 68
                       Company to Joseph P. Bornstein- $187,000. ad'
                           4721 Dorset Avenue; Chevy Chase · S.C. Wo
                       ward to Jonathan C. Brown - $325,000.
                           8021 Herb Farm Drive, Bethesda - H.L. Fetter 1
                       James C. Schultz - $250,000.                     li
                           8105 Plum Creek Drive, Gaithersburg · E.
                       Lazur to Thomas E. Hood · $176,500.
                           9700 Bexhill Drive, Kensington . M.K. Gibb 1
                       Jack Moore, Jr. · $195,000.
                           6417 Holman Road, Rockville - Cameo Corpor
                       lion to John Garmat - $230,000.

51/July 1980/Dossier
            wearable art
   one-of-a-kmd antique silk kimonos
     from japan-a fash1on 1tem for
        women or men, $45-250.

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      old town alexan d ria 549-0040
         me , central charge, visa

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                                           engravings and new prints                                Falls Church, VA 230«
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                                                                                                              Dossier/July 1980153
Social Calendar

 I  f you 're planning an event, please call
     Mrs. Wimsatl at 652-7574 at least six weeks in
     advance. We regret that not every item can be
published for reasons of space. However, private
parties will be placed on a special list that will not
                                                            August 9 and August 10: Rehoboth Art
                                                         League Outdoor Fine Arts Show - Art League
                                                         Grounds- 10 a.m. to 5 p.m .- Co-chairmen, Mrs.
                                                         Fritz Hessemer, Mrs. Lewis M. Purnell, Mr.
                                                         William Holman.
                                                                                                            C URTAIN G OING                       UP
                                                                                                            Olney Theatre's 28th exciting season presenll
appear in this column.                                      August 10: Ecuador - Independence Day.          Hotel Universe (Philip Barry' s summer-time fan·
                                                           August 16: The America's Cup Ball- dance -at     tasy) July 15 - Aug. 3 and Peter Nichol's Joe Egg.
                                                         The Breakers, Newport, R.I. - black tie- by in-    Aug. S - 25. Continuing until July 27 at the
                                                         vitation - sponsored by The Preservation Society   KenCen Opera House, 42nd Street (pre-B'waY)
JULY                                                     of Newport County and The New York Yacht           with Tammy Grimes and Jerry Orbach .. . in the
                                                         Club - Co-chairmen, Mrs. John G. Winslow,          Eisenhower, July 28 thru August, award-winner
   July 1: Canada - National Holiday.                    Mrs . W. Mahlon Dickerson.                         Charlie and Algernon is back in town ... and, iO
   July 4: United States of America - National             August 17: Indonesia - Independence Day.         the Opera House, July 30- Aug. 10, The Bertin
 Holiday- Independence Day.                                August 23: Romania - Liberation Day.             Ballet (Nureyev!) dances . . . At Wolf Trap, Music
   July 4: Mt. Vernon College annual 4th of July           August 23: Redskins vs. Browns - Pre-season      of Richard Rogers (Frank Allers, conducting)
celebration at the College, 2100 Foxhall Road,           Game- 8 p.m. - RFK Stadium .                       July 17 ... Rostropovich& TheNSO, July 18,19 •        .
 N.W., from 6 p.m.- parade, music, fireworks at            August 25: Uruguay - Independence Day.           20 . . . New York City Opera 's II Barbiere dl
dark . Admission $7.00 each, families (up to 6             August 29: Redskins vs, Buccaneers - Pre-        Siviglia, Don Giovanni and La Boheme (stars Jed
persons) $25.00. Master of Ceremonies - Patty            Season Game - 7 p.m. - Tampa, Florida.             by Beverly Sills) July 23 - 27 . .. the Jaffrey Ballet,
Cavin.                                                     August 31: Malaysia - National Day.              July 30- Aug. 2, and Anna Moffo in Die Fleder·
   July 5: Venezuela- Independence Day.                    August 31: Trinidad and Tobago - Indepen-        maus (a brand new production) Aug. 6 and 9. 0
   July 10 through August 3: Ninth Annual                dence Day.                                                                            -ANN E BLAI~
Members' Exhibition of Crafts and Decorative
Arts - Rehoboth Art League - Chairman, Cole-
man Townsend - Advisors, Barbara Warnell,
Virginia Tanzer - reception for members and
friends, July 12-5:30 to 7:30p.m. - donation $3.
   July 10-13: Rocharnbeau Celebration - New-
port, R.I. - block party at Washington Square,
parade, band concerts, special exhibits of French
memorabilia at Old Colony House (Chairman,
Mrs . John Nicholas Brown) - sponsored by
Preservation Society of Newport County.
   July 14 through July 17: Republican National
Convention - Detroit, Michigan .
   July 14: France - Taking of the Bastille.
   July 18: Spain - Spanish Labor Day.
   July 20: Colombia- Independence Day.
   July 21: Belgium - National Day.
   July 21 through July 27: Washington Star In-
ternational Tennis Championships - Sixteenth
and Kennedy Street Courts.
   July 22: Polish Peoples Republic - National
Liberation Day.
  July 22 and July 23: Thirty-first Cottage Tour
of Art- sponsored by Rehoboth Art League - 12
noon to S p.m. -six houses open each day -tickets
$S.SO until July IS, $6 thereafter- Co-chairmen,                                                                    (1) Candy Somerville is flanked
Mrs. R. J. Anselmo, Mrs. Paul H . Wellborn                                                                          by her partner Bi II Legos and
  July 23: Arab Republic of Egypt - Anniversary                                                                     Esther Trucco, wife of the
of the Revolution.                                                                                                  former Ambassador to Chile,
  July 26: Liberia - Independence Day.                                                                              during the opening party for
  July 28: Peru - Independence Day.
                                                                                                                    her new venture "Nature's
                                                                                                                    Touch," a unique new floral
AUGUST                                                                                                              decoration boutique. (2) Chuck
                                                                                                                    Somerville holds daughter
                                                                                                                    Julie, who arrived to wish
  August 1: Democratic National Convention                                                                          grandma well along with Mrs.
- Madison Square Garden, New York City.                                                                             Alexander Chase. (3) And that's
Chairman, The Hon . Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr.                                                                          Jayne Coyne and Farideh Arda·
  August 1 through August 9: New York Yacht
Club Annual Cruise - rendezvous, Newport, R.I.
                                                                                                                    lon and daughter Samantha
  August 9: Redskins vs . Colts - Pre-season                                                                        behind the aviary.
Game, 8 p.m. -Baltimore, Md.

541July 1980/Dossier

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