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1:00 P.M. TO 5 P.M 3026 Forty-fourth Place Wesley Heights The charmingly spacious first floor comprises a distinctive library with fireplace, gracious dining room, drawing room opening upon a large terroce and attractive garden. The^e are four bedrooms ond three baths, and adequote servants' quarters. A two-car ?iaroge, gas heot and large, well landscaped lot ore other desirable eaturei Call Mrs. Thurston for further details. Frances Powell Hill 1608 20th St. N.W. Exclusive Aient DE. 4101 Office Hours Off Hours EM. 0881 CLEVELAND PARK 3723 Von Nets St. N.W. This beautiful modern brick home near Bureau of Standards and Wisconsin Ave. shopping center, has reception hall, living room with fireplace, dining room, den, pantry and fully equipped kitchen. The second floor has 4 nice bedrooms. There is a light, dry basement, oil heat. Nice yard. Detached garage. Immediate possession. Price, $19,500 OPEN SUNDAY, 1 TO 6 P.M. Btllingsley & Sanderson Co. 4934 Wisconsin Ave. OR. 2326 NEAR EASTERN STAR HOME IN D. C. NEW One of a group of four modern, detached brick home· with aix rooms; three bedrooms, tile bath, lavatory In base ment, ι*λ alr-cond. heat. Fireplace, Vene tian blinds, «late roof, copper flitters and water pipe. 318 Quackenbos St N.E. $18,500—Small cash payment, balance like rent OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 1 TO 6 P.M. To Reach: New Hamvthire Ave., over R. R. to Quackenbot. right H4 Woe*». F. W. LANDWEHR Vet. Pref. HO. 3804 NEW 1 UNUSUAL 1 I DISTINCTIVE 1 I 3715-19-23 14th St. N.E. | ΞΞ 3 modern detached homes in the finest lection of Northeast ss ΞΞ Washington. Each with an individual floor plan which is dif- =Ξ == ferent from, and we believe batter than any other home in th· == 5= city. Come out and see if you agree with ut. HI OPEN EVENINGS,5TO 8 P.M. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 12 TO 8 P.M. = =j| To reach: Out Rhode Island Ave. to 14th â| .Street N.E., left to 3700 block and homes. == Built, designed end for sale by I Harry Poretsky and Sons, Inc. j_ = 1518 Κ Street N.W. NA. 5306 m FOREST HEIGHTS *8.450 >1,000 Down Complete with stove and refrigerator. Living room, kitchen, dinette equipped with gas stove and 6 cubic foot Frigidaire, 2 good size bedrooms and bath, cop per plumbing, hardwood floors, oil heat, stairs to floored attic suitable for additional bedrooms or hobby room. Possession with settlement. OPEN TODAY, 1 TO 5 P.M.; SUNDAY, 11 TO 5 P.N. To Reach Out Nichols Are. left on South Capital St. to V4 mil* patt D. C. Line turn right at Forttt Height» tien, take tni risht to proper*». LYON, INC. CH. 7070 OX. 0650 NEW BRICK CAPE COD OPEN SATURDAY, 2 to 5—SUNDAY, 10 to 5 $12,500—TERMS Lot 50x100: contains full basement, gas heat, living room, kitchen. 2 bedrooms, tile bath with shower: finished stairs to expansion 2nd floor having two dormer windows; weatherstrlpped, insulated, waterproofed, screens; in cludes street, curb, gutters. Many extras; unusual con struction; very prompt occupancy. DIRECTIONS: Out Michigan Ave., N.K., lelt on /.1th St., N.E.. which becomes Sargent Road, continue straight ahead H mile beyond D. C. line (blocks beyond stop sign at Chillum Road Intersection) Property on the right. ROBERT MAGEE, REAL ESTATE ses Bond Bid*. BE. 77*· Taft Says Demotion Of Ecdes Was Due to His Plea for Economy |y th· Associated Prtw LANCASTER, Pa., Jan. 31.—Gov ernment spending "is one of the greatest causes of inflation," Sena tor Taft, Republican, of Ohio de clared last night as he blamed de motion of Marriner S. Eccles from the Federal Reserve Board chair manship on the letter's insistence on economy. Senator Taft, Republican presi dential aspirant, told the Manufac turers' Association of Lancaster that more than "mere chance" prompted President Truman to make Mr. Ec cles vice chairman. If Mr. Truman "is sincere in his desire to prevent high prices," the Ohioan declared, "he would not in- ' sist on more spending." Senator Taft warned against "lav ish spending of American dollars" in European countries. The Marshall Plan can be carried out with only half the proposed ex penditure, Senator Taft asserted, if "we select wisely the projects in which our assistance will enable those countries to go to work for themselves and produce more." "If we deal out dollars lavishly," he said, "they will be administered lavishly and a large part of it will j be wasted, as in the case of the Brit ish loan." Senator Taft pointed out he was "very hopeful that there will be a compromise on the Marshall Plan", and suggested that $5,000,000,000 and not the proposed $6,800,000,000 be expended in the flrst 15 months. Τ obey Says He May Prove Eccles Was Political Victim By Hi* Associated Pr#»s Senator Tobey, Republican, of New Hampshire said today he thinks he can prove President Truman de moted Marriner 8. Ecclei for "polit ical" reasons. Senator Tobey said he has a hot lead, at least, which indicates that is why the Utah banker was asked to give up the chairmanship of the Federal Reserve Board. The Senator added he hopes to be able to dispel the mystery at a hearing of the Banking Committee which he heads. Senator Tobey told reporters he thinks Senator Taft, Republican, oi Ohio may have given part of the answer in his Lancaster speech last night. The Banking Committee will have to pass on Mr. Truman's nomina tion of Mr. Eccles' successor, Thomas R. McCabe of Philadelphia. But first, Senator Tobey said, he is going to finish his private inquiry into the President's motive for the change. He said this may take "some time." Coal Miner Is Hanged For Policeman's Murder By the Associated Pro» MOUNDS VILLE, W. Va., Jan*31. Mark McCauley, 36, a coal miner was hanged last night for the murder of a State policeman in 1946 Silent to the end, McCauley was pronounced dead 12 minutes after he was led to the gallows at-8:59 p.m., the 82d prisoner to be hanged at the West Virginia Penitentiary. Births Reported (From the D. C. Bureau oi Vit«l Statistics) s Paul and Joanna Bailey, boy. Paul and Virginia Battles, boy. Sobert and Ellen Beaver, boy. Frederick and Opal Belen. boy. Joseph and Margaret Brennan, drl. ilatthew and Lois Busey, girl, Charles and Margaret Carroecio, girl, rames and Catherine Castlglla. girl. William and Mary Chester, boy. Reginald and Phyllis Courtis, girl, trmand and Edith Coulson. girl. Leonard and Alta Downs, boy. Sarry and Evelyn Estes, boy. 3ayle and Mary Flint, girl. Albert and Jeanne Forte, girl. rhomas and Kathleen Gallagher, boy. ?ranlc and Mary Oambel. girl 'rancis and Irma Garner, girl. Edward and Alba Glbbs. girl. larvey and Opal Hamilton, girl. ilaness and Leeter Hillman, bev. ■lorris and Carol Hltt. girl. lobert and Marv Holt, boy ienjamin and Rachael Hollis. girl. 'rancis and Elizabeth Horigan. girl. lobert and Clemence Howard, boy. ..ewis and Betty Hunter, girl. RuateU and Frances Jones, bey. Lester and Nettle Kinzler. boy. Vitcr and Joan Rleszeski. »trl. Robert and Helen Lewis. · girl. William and Frances Lowell, boy. Robert and Margaret Moser. girl. John and Ingrid Meson, bor. Richard and Colleen Molinue, boy. Albert and Jean Moler. boy. Lawrence and Helen Murphy, girl. John and Oeraldine Newman, clrl. Olan and France» Olsen. boy. Robert and Mary Oliver, boy. Frances and Regina Ortman. boy. William and June Pearson, boy. James and Carmela Pezzanite. boy. John and Helen Porter, boy. John and Madeline Provbw. girl. Norman and June Rasmuaaen, girl. Arthur and Betty Raum. boy. William and Maria Reeder, boy. Donald and Ruth Rickman, girl. Herman and Anne Rosenthal, boy. Norman and Aurena Schelble. boy. Thomas and Anna Sheriff, boy. Carl and Marian Shields, girl. Walter and Connie Smith. glrL Boyd and Oeraldine Stlne. girl. Gordon and Edithann Talt. Kirl. Joseph and Annie Thornton, boy. Joseph and Eleanor Tomovcaki girl. Jack and Lila Torregrossa, girl. Jonn and Norma Twilley. boy. Edward and Elizabeth Waters, boy, George and Kate Williams, girl. Troy and Dessie Woods, boy. Samuel and Sylvia Zagorla, boy. Herbert and Stella Zanotf, boy. Learley and Junaita Goodwin, bov. Eugene and Hattie Lessane. girl. William and Mattie Mays, boy Melvia and Juel Thompson, girl. Deaths Reported (From D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistics.) Nannie B. G. Baker, 95. 8-5 21st st. n.w Joseph A. Lander, 88, 809 L St. n.w. Rebecca R. Wlghtman, 88, 1707 Bunkei Hill rd. n.e. Oliver M. Waite. 85. 2748 Woodley pi. n.w Gertrude W. Moser, 82. 4855 Reservoir rd n.w. John P. Jackson. 79. 21 β 4th at. i.e. Lillian E. Williams. 77, .1411 Ν st. n.w Sala M. Provincia, 76, 115 Dpsel at. s.e John Riddle, 74. 1871 Newton at. n.w Oliver T. Stonestreet, 74. 5)0 F at. n.w. Mabel W. Mauger, 6:i. 715 Qulncy at. n.w, Claribel B. Stoddard. (£>.. Arlington. Va. William F. Berger. 56. *3056 Monroe at. « Λ Jam·» Β. Beall. 53. A rim ore Md Mary A. Ennis, 52. 18 3rd st. n e. Joseph B. Rosenthal. 48. 51g Buchanai GranvIU * Dickey, 4β. 5305 14th it. n.w Grace Ε. M. Rlcheson, 39. 2812 6th et wiliam F. Joyneg. 33. Andrews Field. Md Franklin J. Pur tell, 28. Ambride, Pa. Julia Newman. 84. 1236 Hali st. a.w. Roaa L. Kelly. 73. 1241 5th st. n.w. Alice E. Skinner. 71. 330 W «t. n.w. George P. Ridout. 69. 1035 Clssel pl. n.w Luella Austin, 69. 1237 Ο at. n e. Charles Stull. 68. 315 H st. n.w. Luc* A. White. 68. 633 Keefer pl. n.w. Molly Roy, 67. 1820 Kalorama rd. n.w Florence Hurley, 60. 901 Rhode Islam Jantes E.WToms. 64, 15 Florida ave. n e Louise Peters, 39, 113A 15th st. n.e. Alice Thompson, 38, 306 B st. a.w. Aldrldce Allen. 37. 1856 Alabama ave Emma B. Payne. 35. 701 Ç at. s.w. Dorothy Walker. 33. 4248 Ed son oL n.e I ! Tyler λ Rutherford, Inc. Mortgage loans Property Management Insurance 172C H St. N.W. RE. 5245 Price, $11,950 Vacant Corner Brick 300 Tenn. Ave. N.E. One ef the eatstudlnr value· ·η Capitol Htll, near Lincoln Park, street cars, store· and schools. Colonial type. 3-story and cellar, covered front porch, side hay window. six larre rooms, bath, hot water heat. 2 rear porches. Wide lot. Possession anlckly arranged. Open Sunday, 2 to 5 L. T. Gravatte Realtor 729 J 5th St. N.W. Ν A. 0753 ATTENTION BUILDERS Excavating New i/2 yard P. & H. Shovel by day, hour, or yard. H. J. Korzendorfer Co., Inc. Oliver 5336—Evenings, Saturday and Sunday, Oliver 6924. 3557 16th ST. N.W. Corner brick: 10 mins. from town; suitable for physician; beautiful knotty pine rec. rm. with separate entrance: can be converted into offices; 2-car gar.: automatic hot-water oil heat: exquisitely mod. home, in absolutely perf. cond., consisting of lge. liv. rm. with artistic, fireplace, lge. din. rm. and ultramod. kit.: 3 bedrms. unusually lge. master bedrm.. 2 tiled baths, ex :eptlonally*lge. closets and a big playrm. on 3rd fl., which could be converted to 2 bedrms.: storm windows through out, insulated and weather-stripped. Open Saturday and Sunday 1 to Dark LEWIS BROWN 1129 Vt. Avt. NA. 5740 COLORED 1219 Sumner Rd. S.E. 10 ROOMS, HOT-WATER HEAT. $11,000—$2,200 Cash Brokera Invited—CH. 951S ΝΑ 4370 GICHNER CHEVY CHASE, MD. 419 E. TURNER ST. Completely recçnditioned ond in excellent condition, this detached home contains living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen, fully equipped; 2 generous-sized bedrooms, enclosed and heated sunroom suitable for 3rd bedroom and full tile bath. Basement has storoge rooms, laundry room, lavatory and oil hot-water heating plant. Attached garage, metal Venetian blinds, nice lot, screened front porch. M . .,.4 „ Howard R. Schafer on premises $15,950 Open Sunday, 1 to Dark t Conn. Jive to Bradlev Lane, right on Bradley Lane Brookeville ΛΛ, left to Turner St., right to home. SAMUEL E. BOGLEY Exclusive Realtor 7004 Wisconsin Ave. Wl. 1320—Wl. 5500 ARLINGTON FOREST 9 Îlfri 5113 NORTH FIRST ST. 6-room brick home; living room with fireplace, dining room ond kitchen on 1st floor; 3 bedrooms and bath on 2nd floor; full basement with bath, oil hot-air heat, front and back porches. House on deod-end street insuring safety for children. PRICE $15,790 OPEN SAT. AND SUN., l-^P.M. Directions to reach: Out Lee Boulevard (Route SO) to N. Grenada St., ritht to N. Greenbrier one block and right on N. lit St. to our tin». EASTMAN & Realtor* STEELE Phone FA. 2620 Alexandria - Geo. Washington Park $12,650 COMPLETELY FURNISHED—TERMS 4 bedroom brick bungalow, 5 yrs. old, in nice condition; liv. rm. with fireplace, dinette, equipped kitchen, part base ment with laundry trays and outside ent.; convenient to trans, and schools; substantial cash required. OPEN SAT., 2-5 P.M.; SUN., 1-5 P.M. To reach: Arlinaton Ridge Rd.. right at Beverly Pima on Russell Rd.. right on Walnut St. to Kino St., right nn King St. and immediately left on Upland Place to No. 70,1 and Oven Sign. R. L. RHINE REALTY COMPANY Realtor· 607 Prince St, Alexandria, Va. TE. 8426 Eves, and Sun., AL. 3852, AL. 6911. TE. 4168 R CAST IRON SOIL PIPE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ATlantic JreefunperCo^ 1400 3931 SOUTH SIXTH STREET ARLINGTON, VA. BUNGALOW DE LUXE Contains large living room with fireplace, dining room, 2 spacious bedrooms and tiled bath. Rear screen porch and beautiful recreation room. Ample space on 2nd floor for 2 additional rooms. Attached garage and large lot. OPEN SUNDAY, 1 TO 5 P.M. To Reach: Out Lee Blvd. to Glebe Rd.. left an Glebe Rd. to 6th St., then rlçht 3 blocks to our lign and houte. J. WESLEY BUCHANAN 1501 Columbia Pike CH. 1341—OX. 2798 BELLE HAVEN, VIRGINIA 64 WOODMONT ROAD Cloee te Lord Fairfax and Belle Haven Country Clube, this charm ing: home on a spacious lot is available for Immediate occupancy. It has recently been redecorated with excellent taste and materials, and Is properly financed. First floor has lup living and dining rooms, modern kitchen, hall and powder room Three double bed rooms and 2 baths on the second floor; third floor has a large fin ished room, excellent for the younger generation. Recreation room, laundry and splendid servants' quarters in the basement. OPEN SUNDAY, 1:30 UNTIL DARK To Reach: Mt. Vernon Memorial Highway to Belle Haven Road; right on Belle Haven Road to Foresthill Road and Woodmont; right, on Woodmont to our open sign. ROBERT L. McKEEVER COMPANY REALTORS SHOREHAM BLDG. NAtional 4750 "BERKSHIRE" New Group of Homes in Arlington's Finest Residential Section WWWMKSK»"' " >"" ν "·*» 5 ·* ~ ' ,■>"'»* - "Ϊ-ΤΤ""' 26TH fir Ν. POTOMAC STREETS The Moat Amazing: Value on Today"a Market Chack Thasa Outstanding Futuns and Campari: v'First-floor bedroom or studio den. VFirst-floor full tiled bath with shower stall. VLovely living room with fireplace. VFamily-sized dining room with French doors opening -to living porch. \ ν Fully equipped kitchen with garbage, disposal, 6-cu-ft. Westinghouse refrigerator, 36" Detroit Jewel stove. V2 bedrooms ond full tile bath on 2d floor. ν Completely finished recreation room in basement. VOutside entrance in basement. vGas air-conditioned heat with Chrysler Air-Temp unit. V Laundry tubs and outlet for future lavatory, i v'Venetian blinds throughout. VLovely landscaped lot. CHOICE LOCATIONS AVAILABLE Price $16,750 $3,750 Cosh OPEN TODAY AND SUNDAY, 12 TO 6 P.M. To reach: Cross Key Bridoe and out Lee Hiqhway to N. Potomac St., right one block and follow arrows to Exhibit Home. llilRI-A IbRdDS. £/féaée -fëtcileiers * 2046 Wilson Boulevard GLobo 3166 GLOVER PARK OPEN TODAY AND SUNDAY, 1-5 P.M. 3927 Benton Street N.W. Attractive Colonial semidetached brick in this most desirable neighborhood. 1st floor: Side entrance hall, living, room with fireplace, dining room, modern kitchen with breakfast nook. 2nd floor: 4 bedrooms and 2 baths with modern fixtures. 3rd floor: 2 fin ished rooms, heated and insulated. Recreation room with fireplace in basement. Built-in garage. GE gas h.-w.h. Property completely redecorated. Natural wood finish cedar-lined closet. Located near schools, transportation and shopping centers. FRED A. SMITH, Realtor Exrlnslv· 1113 17th St., N.W. RE. 6661 $20,000 FOR QUICK SALE Charming old stone house, 24" wolis, modernized, built 1790. 9 lore# i rooms, 2Vi baths, center hall, basement, enclosed and screened porches, hot-water oil heat, fine lawn and shrubbery. 2-car stone ; garage; fireplaces in all main rooms and wide pin* board floors. Located on Main Street, Berry ville, Virginia (Route 7) Excellent location for high-class inn, tvaroom, tourist horn·, other business or private home. M, W. BROWNE, Agent Berryville, Virginia Tel. 359 FAIRWAY HILLS 6205 Dunrobbin Drive OPEN 1 to 5, SUNDAY li Il ! \ U ' Î/: ν . «Si This la an extremely attractive and an unneuaUy well-built home In a pleasant and carefully planned section of comparable values. The house is 7 years old and has had excellent care which can be determined by inspection. There is a fine living room with fire place, dining room, efficient kitchen, entrance hall, two good bed rooms and tiled bath, the closets are ample and there is a stairwav to an unfinished second floor. The basement, which qpens onto the rear yard, is ful), dry, bright and suitable for a recreation room. The heat is oil hot water and the plumbing is copper. This property warrants your consideration today. Possession with deed. To reach: Oufr Maisachuietts Ave. to Qoldtboroutth Rd. le/t to Mao Arthur Blvd., rlvht to Dunrobbin Drive, rieht to our OPEN 4i an. H. J. KORZENDORFER CO, INC. Builders OLive 5336 Realtors new! NEW! NEW! "YOUR HOME OF TOMORROW-READY TODAY" Just Opened ... 2nd Section of The Best Home Values Ever Offered in Washington Area ,46JSOLD IN ONE WEEK "TRADES GLADLY ACCEPTED" _ii_l ^'IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY" PRICED AT ONLY $ 13,750 Beautiful SILVER SPRING COMMUNITY 1J70C BLOCK GA. AVE. N.W. — WHEATON HILLS ★ Modern eipertly planned new homes that will pfeose the most dis criminating buyer. ·η on established community thot is ideal for children and pleasant living. Convenant to shopp»ng centcr and schools E* tremely low prices and down poympnt Everything possible has been done tu g»»e you a home of distinctive des»qn with quality material Furnished by Juhus lonsburgh's. With features Found Only in Houses Higher Priced ★ 1 LOVELY BEDROOMS * AIR-CONDITIONED * largi tile baths a completely * EXTRA-SIZE LIVING WEATHER STRIPPED ROOM * WOOD-BURNING ★ HARDWOOD FLOORS FIREPLACE THROUGHOUT ★ FULL BASEMENTS COME OUT TODAY 11700 Clock Ga. Ave. Seeing These Homes Will Convince You OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY, 1 to 6 P.M. Hums! Built By MELW00D PROPERTIES Inc.