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Bethesda, Maryland
1st Commercial Property
133-foot frontage on Wisconsin Avenue, just
above the Bank of Bethesda, containing about
20,000 sq, ft. May consider sale in 2 parcels.
Existing 15-room house included. Idea! for
professional building; community shop; stores
with offices or apartments above. For full par
ticulars today and Sunday, call—
Mr. Condit, OR. 2121
Thos. J. Fisher b Co., Inc., :
738 15th St. N.W. Realtors Dl. 6830
exclusive
*4,496 ★ ★ TWO BEDROOMS ★ ★ *4,495
J CONVENIENT TERMS
| EQUIPPED • READY TO OCCUPY
Includes These Features, Plus Available Lot, At No Extra Cost
At Riverside Shores
1. Built-in beds, dresser, 4. Shower, toilet, lavatory
I chests, mirrors 5. Automatic water heat- '!!;
; 2. Built-in closets, er, house heater 1
shelves, storage cabi- 6. Linoleum on all floors; ,H
nets screens, ventilators
! 3. Kitchen range, sink, 7. Insulated vyalls, floors ;
ice box, closets, fan and ceilings
ON DISPLAY AT RIVERSIDE SHORES
J ON THE POTOMAC
SEE IT TODAY—DON'T MISS IT
4 Directions to Reach Riverside Shores
From Pennsylvania Ave. & 11th St. S.E.—On Eleventh St. cross over '.j
i Navy . Yard Bridge—on Nichols Ave., 3.1 miles to South Capitol- ,,,
Xenia Sts.—bear left 1 mile to D. C. line—On Indian Head Road, 4.3
miles—on old State Road (Rte. 224) 9.3 miles—turn left on Indian
i Head road again. Go 4 miles—turn right on Bryon Road to Marshall
J Hall, 4.5 miles. At Marshall Hall Park, turn left sharply on gravel |
J road, 7/10 mile to Riverside Shores. '!
N. C. HINES & SON
j * Selling Agent 'V
) 426 Investment Bldg. District 7739. Evenings EMerson 7671 1
Sligo Park Terrace
7220 CENTRAL AVE., TAKOMA PARK, MD. j
Near New Missionary College
onudvcu uii a. ucauw
ful deep lot, this well
constructed detached
brick about 7 years old
in fine condition has
large living room with
fireplace, screened
side porch, full size
dining room, bright
roomy kitchen, 3 ex
cellent bedrooms, full
basement and gas
heat. Conveniently
located to 2 buslines,
this home is an out
standing value and
priced to sell today.
OPEN SUNDAY, 1 to 6
TO REACH—Out Carroll Ave. about
1 block beyond Flower Ave. to Central
Ave., right 2 blocks to our sign and
home.
i
FLOYD E. DAVIS CO.
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
1629 K Street N.W. NA. 0352
i
| Falls Church. \ a.. *13,750
209 Pennsylvania Avenue
This beautiful large 5-room brick home is in a lovely
secluded location. Living room 14x22 with fireplace. Ail
other rooms correspondingly large. Full basement. Oil heat.
It is a well constructed home and is in spotless condition.
Wooded lot.
OPEN SUNDAY, 12 to 5 P.M.
To reach: Out Lee Highway to traffic light in
* Falls Church, right on West Broad St. to
Pennsylvania Ave., right IV2 blocks to house.
Mannas Realty Co.
2116 Wilson Boulevard GL. or OX. 2784
CALVERT COUNTY, MD.
A 129-acre water-front estate, situated on deep clear salt
water St. Leonards Creek. The rambling Colonial farm house
constructed since 1939 has 4 baths, 2 lavatories and the mod
ern refinements and utilities that assure a gracious and pleasant ■
home in which to live, the spaciousness of the rooms is attested
by the 90,000 cubic feet contents of the building. The care
fully planned landscaping has attained its intended charm and
loveliness. This fine home placed among well grown forest
trees is on a point of land, the side cove is a protected year
’round harbor for boats having up to 8-ft. draft. The 7-room
and bath farmer’s house and farm buildings complete one of
the most attractive opportunities on the waters of Southern
Maryland today. Priced at $60,000, terms to be arranged.
THEODORE F. MENK, Sole Broker
Broker Co-operstloa Invited
927 15th St. N.W. EX. 2740
Communist Chief Sees
Gains in Hungarian
Election Tomorrow
By th« Associated Press
BUDAPEST, Aug. 30.—Matyas
Rakoei, the ebullient Deputy Prime j
Minister and Communist leader of
Hungary, gaily predicted last night
that his party would do all right in
tomorrow's parliamentary elections
and laughed off suggestions that the
polling might be illegal.
He told a news conference the
Hungarian election system was su
perior to that of Britain or the
United States. Of his own party’s
prospects, he declared:
“Our hopes are somewhat ram
pant and in three days we shall see
that they were not unfounded.”
At another news conference last
night, Istavan Dobi, the surviving
leader of the Smallholders Party,
which received 57 per cent of the
Hungarian vote in the elections of
November, 1945, said he thought the
party would get only about 35 per
cent of the total vote tomorrow.
The Smallholders Party, once the
largest in Hungary, has been under
unrelenting pressure from the Com
munist - dominated coalition gov
ernment and many of its leaders,
including ousted Premier Ferency
Nagy, have been driven into exile.
(In Vienna, Dezso Sulyok, for
mer leader of the dissolved Hun
garian Freedom aPrty, said yes
terday that he fled Hungary "in
fear of my" life" and did not in
tend to return. He decalred a
Hungarian report saying he was
on vacation was “a flat lie.”)
Mr. Dobi refused to answer ques
tions on whether the Smallholders
were satisfied with the prepara
tions for tomorrow’s elections.
He predicted, and other party
leaders agreed, that the four-party
coalition now in power would be
no radical change in the govern-,
ment to be organized about 10 days
after the election.
Seven Tel Aviv Bandits
Get $76,000 in Diamonds
By the Associated Press
JERUSALEN, Aug. 30. — Seven
armed men staged two diamond
robberies in Tel Aviv yesterday and
made off with polished stones worth
$76,000, police reported.
The gang first held up a woman
messenger for the Diamond Trust,
Ltd., riding in a taxicab. An hour
later, they entered the Diamond
Trust offices, brandishing revolvers,
and looted its safe.
Two D. C. Men Honored
Two Washingtonians, Neil Clark
and Floyd O. Rittenhouse, received
diplomas from the University of
Ohio yesterday. Mr. Clark received
a master of science degree, and Mr.
Rittenhouse, the degree of doctor of
philosophy in history.__
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Immediate Possession—Price $22,500
9200 Columbia Boulevard, North Woodside, Md.
First offering of this attractive corner brick home. First
floor contains large living room with fireplace, dining
room, fully equipped kitchen, cold storage pantry, screened
side porch, attached garage. Second floor contains three
large bedrooms and two baths. Full basement with lava
tory and laundry trays, oil heat, complete with screens and
storm windows. Within walking distance of Montgomery
Hills Shopping Center.
Open Saturday, Sunday and Monday, 2 to 6 P.M.
To Reach: Drive out 16th Street to Colesville Pike,
right on Colesville Pike three blocks to Second Ave.
left on Second Ave. 8'10 mile to intersection of
Second Ave. and Columbia Boulevard and open sign.
Woodward & Norris
Realtor*—Exclusive Aienti
723 20th Street N.W. RE. 6585
Falls Church, Virginia
206 Cherry Street j
Close In to the center of Falls Church, this house was built about flve yeaYs
ago by an owner whose tastes were excellent in every respect. It combine* l
modernistic ideals with practical living requirements. It is placed on a
beautiful lot about an acre in extent well back from the street and well
shaded. It is of concrete and frame construction with spacious rooms ana
many built-in conveniences and comforts. It must be seen to oe appre
ciated. The living room is luxurious with full view of the surroundings
through many large windows; a dining ell, random width hardwood floors,
den and bath, suitable for 1st floor bedroom, a maid’s room and bath, .
and a beautiful large screened porch constitute the main floor; no base- t
ment but a large utility room with laundry tubs and excellent oil heater.
Three bedrooms and two baths and two deck porches, one concrete and
screened, complete the 2nd floor; dumb waiter provides facilities for serving
meals on the deck if desired; a garage and workshop and all modern con
veniences make this a specially desired property.
' OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 2 P.M. to 6 P.M.
To reach: Out Lee Boulevard to Broad Street (Route V turn
right to Cherrv Street, turn right to 106 and our iten.
Exclusive With \
EASTMAN & STEELE
Takoma Park
907 Flower Ave.
$15,950
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 2 TILL DARK
A very fine, roomy. Colonial brick, prewar built, and modern In
every respect. Large living room with fireplace, opening on to a
delightful screened porch; fine dining room, and completely
equipped modem kitchen; 3 lovely bedrooms and tile bath; fas A.-C. j
heat. Home has been completely redecorated and is in immaculate
condition. Owner taring city and must sell this quality home far
below replacement cost—Don’t miss this rare value.
Directions: Out 13th St. N.W. to Georgia Ave., cross Geor
! gia on Piney Branch Road, continue on Piney Branch to
Flower Ave., right to 907 Flower Ave. and open sign. ‘
CAPITAL VIEW REALTY CO.
t
1,141 Disabled Veterans Want
To Join Clergy, Survey Shows
■ b_ ■ ___j_i._ nno J «_
The Veterans’ Administration says
1,141 disabled veterans of World
War II are studying to be ministers,
priests or rabbis.
The agency said it has sampled
the records of 229,646 disabled for
mer servicemen who were in schools
ind on-thei-job training courses on
May 1.
It found 3,163 who aspire to be
ouu nil * oy ww nuuiu uv
butchers and 670 prospective cooks.
The largest group, 15,914, is study
ing airplane and motor vehicle me
chanics. Other occupational cate
gories, from a list of 150, included:
Engineers, 15,630; agricultural oc
cupations, 15,123; miscellaneous me
chanics, 13,825; accountants and au
ditors, 12,479; teachers. 10,654;
managers and officials, 9,875; retail
NEW BUNGALOWS
Ready for Occupancy-$10,850
Sample House—5624 Quincy St.,
Villa Heights, Md.
Now being offered to Veterans only (for 30 days)
OPEN SUNDAY, 12 TO 6 P.M.
Built by Teck Construction Co.
To Reach: Out Detense Huiv. to SSth St., right S blocks to property.
FOR SALE BY
Mount Vernon Mortgage Co.
1406 M St. N.W. NAtional 5536
I_ . 1
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY PARK
4414 42nd St. N.W.
OPEN SAT. AND SUN., 12 TO DARK
Shown Any Time by Appointment
Within 1 Vi blocks of St. Ann's Church, parochial, public schools, shop
ping and excellent transportation. This 7-yr.-old home, in new-house
condition, contains 3 spacious rooms and half bath on 1st floor. 3 bed
rooms and bath on 2nd floor. Stairway to floored and insulated 3rd floor.
Gas heat, deep lot. Priced to sell.
FRANK J. VOI.KMAN
4617 41st St. N.W. EM. 4949
Eves., OR. 2913
10 Warwick Street
GARRETT PARK, MARYLAND
New brick on level lot, 50x200 feet, one block to cepitol Transit
bus. Flagstone terrace in front and large, covered porch in rear.
An exceptionally well-built house, weather-stripped and screened.
Nice living room with wood-burning fireplace, generous dining
room and kitchen. The kitchen has double sink, a concealed
light above, flourescent ceiling light, steel cabinets, gas range
and ventilating fan. Upstairs there are two nice bedrooms with
large closets and a tiled bath. Beautiful oak floors throughout.
There is a full basement with laundry trays, gas a.-c. heating
plant and gas domestic water heater.
Out Conn. Ave. to Knowles Aye., Kensington, left to
Garrett Park (about 1 mile) to Warwick St. tat left
beyond greenhouses). Oven today and Sunday after 1.
M. P. SHOEMAKER, Jr., Broker
15 Howard Ave., Kensington, Md.—PL. 1146
Evenings—OL. 0467, SH. 2923 or PL. 0129
A Desirable Home In A Desirable Location
Silver Spring, Md.
No. 2 Hawley Court at Cor. Hawley Road
1st Floor—Entrance holl, large living room with fireplace, screened
porch, dining room, completely equipped kitchen with breakfast
nook; attached garage. 2nd floor—3 splendid bedrooms, ample
closets, two beautiful tiled baths. Basement—finished stair to
recreation room with fireplace, heoting room with Gar Wood oil
^ unit, laundry room with tubs and basement toilet. Slate roof,
copper guttering. Large lot, well landscaped. 100x110 ft.
To reach—Out Colesville Road, right on
Hawley Road, 2 blocks to house.
OPEN SATURDAY, 1 TILL 6
SUNDAY, 11 A.M. TILL DARK
A. J. KESSINGER & CO.
REALTORS
Ketsinger Bldg., Silver Spring, Md. SH. 4544
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managers, 5,153: saxes clerks, 6.582;
curators and scientists, 5.479; law
yers, 5,457; bookkeepers and cashiers,
5,095; jewelers, watchmakers and
silversmiths, 4,679; machinists, 4,247;
draftsmen, 4,089.
Also electricians, 4,017; carpenters,
3,371; advertising agents, 771; archi
tects, 868; bakers, 584; barbers, beau
METAL BUCKS
Now in Stock
RUCKER LUMBER «.
1390 Wilson Bird. CH OSfiO
ticians and manicurists, 1.950; chiro
practors, 427; furriers, 135; hotel and
restaurant managers, 722; musicians,
1,387; optometrists, 799; physicians,
1,529: social workers, 1,321, and vet
erinarians, 599.
Martin Mclnernoy & Co.
Properly Managers
Sales—Loans—Insurance
liTUtn.it Building
District 5014
I VICTOR WICKERSHAM ,
Presents
FOUR OUTSTANDING VALUES
All Open Saturday and Sunday 1 to 6 P.M.
OXON HILL, MD.
Owner Leaving Country
6601 FORT FOOTE ROAD
3 Milt* Below Dittrict Line
{ I
You could call this place a country estate. Your search is
ended. We have found your picture home. It contains acres
of paradise overlooking the Potomac which are lovely to look
, at. Contains large living room, bedroom, sun room, fireplace.
' dining room and kitchen. Very cleverly arranged and has I
numerous buildings. Has walnut random width floors. A
place of rest adjoining Sumner Welles estate. A perfect
location for diplomat. Ideal for businessman. 15 acres with
j E improvements. j
$32,500
1 : Two additional homesites containing 15 acres and 13 acres j
respectively are available at reasonable prices. Will sell in
three separate tracts or as whole. These are three perfect
! locations for country estates. Possession at settlement.
> To Reach: Cross 11th Street Bridge S.E. to South Capitol Street, .
; * continue out South Capitol to Indian Head Highway, turn rijrht •
on Fort Foote Road to 0601 and our siyn.
OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1 TO 6 P.M.
HOME WITH INCOME 1ND BUSINESS ’
2l/2 acres commercial across irom tieivoir .uocige on mgn
way No. 1. Property contains large 7-room brick Cape Cod
with living room, dining room, kitchen, porch. 2 bedrooms
! and bath on first floor. 2 bedrooms and bath on second 1
floor. Pull basement with bedroom and shower. This home
was built in 1940. Has oil h.-w. heat and slate roof. It is
showing an income of about $350 per month. It has suffi
! cient frontage on Highway No. 1 for 5 businesses. j
i To Reach: Out No. 1 Highway 5 milei beyond Alexandria tOf
; Belvoir 1/Odire, turn left 1 block to home and “open »ipn.
! 0PEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1 TO 6 P.M. ,
708 SOUTH WAYNE STREET
ARLINGTON, VA.
$23,750
A reasonable deposit and payments like rent will moye you
into one of the most beautiful three-bedroom two full bath
, homes in Virginia. It incorporates the following attractive
features. First floor one V2 tiled bath, large wooded lot, over
size living room with fireplace, roomy dining room, sunny
modem kitchen with Youngstown steel cabinets, double
drain sink, de luxe range and refrigerator, large master bed
! room with 2 closets, tile bath, linen closet. Two other large
bedrooms. Complete recreation room with fireplace, tiled s
| floor over entire basement with one V2 bath. Steel windows,
bronze screens, Venetian blinds, weatherstripped. Large size
t porch. Near transportation, schools, and shopping. Posses
sion with deposit. >
To Rfaeh: Out Columbia Pika just beyond Pentagon Building
and Navy Annex, turn right pn S. Wayne Street to ,U8.
: OPEN SATURDAY Cr SUNDAY 1 TO 6 P.M. (
HOLIDAY SPECIAL
: i m iiBMMHaMaaanBi .
3405 JONES BRIDGE ROAD, CHEVY CHASE, MD. <
$23,500
Payments like rent will move you into the finest three-bed- !
room, 1V2-bath home in Maryland. This home incorporates
the following outstanding features. 100 foot frontage with
t over 10,000 square feet of ground. First floor powder room,
' l1/^ baths, spacious living room with fireplace, three bed- 5
rooms *ith large closets, completely equipped spick and span
efficiency kitchen, metal Venetian blinds. Attached garage,
copper screens and flashings, heavy slate roof, newest gas
* air-conditioned heat. First grade oak floors. Lovely land- ,
scaping. Near schools, transportation and shopping. Also
near swimming pool, park, and country club.
ONLY $3000 DOWN
This home was built by one of Washington's leading builders,
who is a master craftsman. COME OLT TODAY y
not be afraid, to buy. The builder is not afraid to hold
! trust (
MoKrSS/K' Sri&Tl&S'unw 340*
: OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1 TO 6 P.M.
VICTORWICKERSHAM
4625 41st Street N.W. OR. 2100 p
| Open 'Til 9 P.M. Daily

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