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Thursday, November 26, 1953
The completely new 1954 Nash
Rambler four-door sedan shown
above is a compact custom car on a
108-inch wheelbase. It is styled by
Pinin Farina, foremost European
designer of custom-built cars.
According to Phil Snyder, presi
dent of East End Nash, Inc., 13829
Euclid ave., the luxurious new
model offers traditional Rambler
economy, performance, comfort
and ease of handling, with greater
rear seat and luggage compart
ment roominess.
Zef
1946 DODGE 4-door sedan good
transportation. For that second car
at our low price ygj
T48A
1948 DODGE Panel Truck. Has been
used but never abused.
CORK
A safe buy at...................
D55A
1948 DODGE Custom Club Coupe
original factory finish, all the extras
plue good
transportation...............’...
teUUU
P85B
1947 STUDEBAKER Commander 4
doce sedan a mechanic**
C7R
special at ow low price of
te V
DMB
1941 CHRYSLER 4-door sedan looks
good, run* good must bn seen to
be appreciated at our
low price ...............................
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D189A
IBM CHBVBOUT 2-Docr Sedan
Ight green, a very dean low mile
age oar, loaded with
CYQft
extra*. Prteed at only....
D172A
1947 BONRAC 4-Door Sedan beau
tiful ta-tone paint, radio, heater and
many other extra*.
A steal at our price------
AUTOMOBILES FOB SUE AUTOMOBILES FOE SALE AUTOMOBILES FOE SUE
See The NEW 1954 NASH RAMBLER
At East End Nash Showroom Now
“Balanced engineering is a key
feature of this new model,” Snyder
said. “It combines compactness
and beauty of design with out
standing maneuverability and
economy of operation.
The regular factory delivered
price of the new Rembler sedan in
cludes an attractive continental
rear tire mount, Weather Eye con
ditioned air system, radio, electric
clock, courtesy lights, directional
singnals, foam cushions, custom
upholstery and trim, and other de
luxe features at no extra cost.
The new Rambler is powered by
“talk “Turkei]
Why Buy a Pig When You Can Get
Quality At Mo Higher Price*
Here Are Some Of Our Holiday Specials
P4B
D41B
1947 NASH 4-Door Sedan,- Weather
eye heater high quality
transportation at low cost Y"
P51A
1949 CHEVROLET Club Coupe a
beautiful tu-tone green with plenty
of extra*. A real
buy at ................................. VOW
P60A
1951 PLYMOUTH Club Coupe origi
nal Nile Green paint, one owner
car, low mileage. This car cannot
be duplicated for quality
and price.............................
P68A
1947 DODGE Custom Club Coupe: a
beautiful Hunter Green finish heat
er, radio, low mileage.
Low price ........................... ftWw
D159A
1947 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Sedan Spe
cial Deluxe radio and heater, other
extras at our SAAlt
low price.............................
D170A
19M CHEVROLET 4-Door Sedan a
very dean car with original factory
finish and
low mileage.....................
D182A
19M PLYMOUTH Speck! Deluxe 4
Door Sedan. On* careful owner car
with plenty GOAR
of extras ....... .............
AH Can Have Been Completely Winterised
BANK FINANCE LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
Most of These Car* Have Been Owned By Euclid
Residents and Have Been Serviced By
All New Car Trade-In*
Milt Miller Motors, Inc
Used Car Lot 546 East 185th Street
New Car Showroom 22480 Lake Shore Blvd.
A Shield for AU
Us
RE. 1-7302
RE. 1-7300
the improved six-cylinder L-heat
“Super Flying Scot” engine, de
veloping 90 horsepower, with a
compression ratio of 7.3 to 1.
Also on display are the new Am
bassador Custom and Super models
with Continental mount spare tire,
and the new Statesman series, with
many styling refinements and me
chanical advancement* such as
power brakes, power steering, in
creased horsepower and luxuries
such as electric window lifts, etc.
Go to East End Nash now and see
the new Nash for 1954.
—(Advt.)
Christmas
Seal Sale
Under Way
Civic leaders of East Cleveland
joined this week in urging support
for the annual Christmas Seal Sale
of the Anti-Tuberculosis League
which opened November 16th and
continues through Christmas.
Particularly interested in the
success of this traditional cam
paign to raise funds to fight tuber
culosis were the area residents
who served as volunteers during
this year’s free chest x-ray sur
veys.
Visiting East Cleveland this
year, the Christmas Seal mobile
x-ray unit* gave 8,162 free chest
x-rays.
Organized through the Anti
Tuberculosis League, 122 volun
teers in this community worked for
the success of the x-ray campaign
to find tuberculosis in its earliest
stages when it is easiest to cure.
These surveys are a part of a
program which had given 150,193
free chest x-rays in Cuyahoga
County this year through Novem
ber 1st.
“Doctors agree that chest x-ray
is one of our best methods of early
tuberculosis case-finding,” says
Herbert E. Zdara, president of the
Anti-Tuberculosis League.
Anti-Tuberculosis League,
successful organization of these
surveys in 1954 depends upon the
success of the current Seal Sale.
XWe hope that people will be more
generous than ever this year in
buying and using Christmas Seals.”
The
The 1953 Christmas Seals,
which were delivered into homes
in this area early this week, fea
ture the face of a singing child,
wearing red mittens and a green
stocking cap and muffler, and hold
ing an open book of carols.
County-wide chairman of the
Christmas Seal Sale is Dr. R. H.
Bishop, jr., long a leader in the
fight against tuberculosis. Co
chairman is Miss Fern Long, chief,
Adult Education, Cleveland Public
Library.
Some key figures supporting the
Christmas Seal X-Ray program in
East Cleveland this year include:
Dr. James P. Winkler, health
commissioner, chairman of the
East Cleveland Chest X-Ray Com
mittee, and committee members
Mrs. Edwin Peysha, Miss Elsa
Berg, Joseph Eckert, William
Cumler, C. S. Stonebraker, Thomas
Murray, Howard Edwards, Ken
neth Vermillion, the Rev. Robert
Barkley, the Rev. Fr. Joseph
Kenney and the Rev. Fr. Joseph
Sweeney.
Round The
World Via
The most informative travel
film talk during the entire season
of 'Round The World adventure
series will be shown on Wednes
day evening, December 2nd. “The
Changing Orient” is the exciting
travelogue and “Singapore” Joe
Fisher is the producer, narrator.
'Vacation In The Alps” origi
nally scheduled for this date will
not be shown. This is the last film
scheduled before the holiday sea
son. The series will resume Janu
ary 6th, and again, all films will
be presented at the Masonic audi
torium, 36th and Euclid. Wednes
day evenings—8:15 p. m.
Mr. Fisher born in South Africa,
was a pioneer bf theatrical and
film entertainment in South Africa
and extended his talent* through
out the entire Orient in the film
business.
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Part-Time Workers, Including Students
Must First Get Social Security Cards
“Students and other prospective
workers seeking employment dur
the coming holiday season
...juld be sure to have social se
curity cards,” Harry Gutterman,
manager of the east side social
security office, declared today. He
added that “it is necessary to have
a social security card even though
the work is only part-time or of
a temporary and seasonal nature.”
Mr. Gutterman called attention
to important rules for every work
er to observe about the social se-
MOTHER SINGERS
The December meeting of the
Chambers PTA will be held on
Thursday, December 3rd at 1:45
in the auditorium.
Mrs. George White, program
chairman is turning the program
over to Mrs. Harold Reed, dra
matic instructor and her assistant
Mrs. Lloyd Will.
The Chambers Mother Singers
under the direction of Mrs. Arthur
Benin will offer Christmas selec
tions including “Gesu Bambino,”
“Bring a Torch”, Jeannette Isa
bella, and “The Carol of the
Birds.”
Small children will be cared for
in the nursery and movies for chil
dren from 3:30 to 4—if the mother
desires to talk with friends or
teachers. Refreshments will be
served and the fifth grade moth
ers will act as hostesses.
PROSPECT SPEAKER
Prospect PT A meets Wednesday,
December 2nd, for the first of
three discussions planned to cover
the many-sided requirements of
sided happy, health, grade-school
children.
Guest speaker Is Dr. R. O.
Lohrey, whose topic will be “Your
Child’s Safety.” Dr. Lohrey is on
the staff of Euclid Clinic, and a
member of the safety committee
of the Pediatric Section of the
Cleveland Academy of Medicine.
Members and friends are invited
for dessert and coffee at 1:30
p. m., before the program.
On December 2nd at 1:30 p. m.
Mr. Howard Whittaker, director
of the Cleveland Music School Set
tlement, will speak to the Cale
donia PTA. His subject is “In tra
ducing Music to Children.”
Mr. Whittaker won the Mendels
sohn. Glee Club Second Annual
Award Contest and his composi
tion will have a premiere in De
cember in New York City. In addi
tion to his duties as director, Mr.
Whittaker teaches theory and com
position at the Settlement. Recent
ly he was elected president of the
National Guild of Community
Music Schools.
The program will be followed
by group singing of Christmas
Carols led by Mrs. Van Voorhis.
The hostesses for the tea will be
Mrs. John Beard and Mrs. Richard
Cobbe.
|Deqths|
Mr*. Beryl E. Beach
Mrs. Beryl E. Beach, died No
vember 13th in Huron Road Hos
pital where she had been a patient
for three weeks. Services were
conducted by her pastor, Rev. An
drew S. Gill, rector of Immanuel
Episcopal Church. Burial was in
the Bainbridge Church yard.
Mrs. Beach was an accomplished
musician, both in voice and piano.
Surviving are her son, Walter
C., Jr., stationed with the U. S.
Navy in Imperial Beach, Cal., and
a daughter, Christine, a senior at
Shaw High School her mother,
Mrs. Dora E. McCollum, and a
sister, Mrs. Melva Spence. The
family home is at 13402 Garden rd.
William G. Foster
An evangelist for the Gospel
Hall Assembly since 1920 up until
his illness in August, William G.
Foster died in Lakeside Hospital,
November 2nd. Services were fol
lowed with burial in Knollwood
Cemetery.
Mr. Foster was born in England,
coming to this country in 1910.
For the next ten years he followed
his trade of tool maker, becoming
an evangelist in 1920. In this call
ing, he traveled about the country.
He made his home with his father,
John Foster, and a sister, Florence
Ethel Foster at the family resi
dence, 14701 Alder ave.
Earl A. Da via
Earl A. Davis, for the past 12
years an Ohio State Highway De
partment engineer, died November
19th in Euclid-Glenville Hospital.
Services from St. Agatha's Church
Monday and burial was in Calvary
Cemetery.
Mr. Davis, 63, was a graduate
of Case Institute of Technology.
He supervised electrical installa
tions in the Terminal Tower groups
while employed by Union Termin
als Co.
His home was at 1853 Penrose
ave., East Cleveland.
Surviving him are his wife, Hor
tense, a teacher at Kennard Jr.
High School a, daughter, Mrs.
Carol Mishler two sisters, Mrs.
Rosa Whiting and Mr*. Genevieve
Storey two brothers, State Sen
ator Harry E. Davis and Russell
H. Davis, and a granddaughter.
curity card: (1) Be sure to show
it to every employer you work for
—the employer needs the number
when he makes out his quarterly
report of your wages and pays
social security taxes so that your
account will be credited properly
(2) Keep your card in a safe place.
When you or your family claim
benefits, the number will quickly
identify your account (3) If you
lose your card, apply for a dupli
cate at your social security office
(4) Make sure you have only one
social security account number and
that it is in your correct name. If
you have more than one number,
or if you have failed to report a
change in your name (this applies
mainly to women), your account
may be split or not completely
posted.
The social security office servic
ing the east side of Greater Cleve
land and Cuyahoga County is
located at 10406 Euclid ave. A so
cial security card can be had there.
HELP WANTED
gLAKE
WHERE THERE IS
NO CHARGE
OF ANY KIND TO OUR
APPLICANTS —CALL
MU. 1-1100
and We Will Discuss the
Job Opportunities Close
Your Home!
to
Perhaps You Can
Walk Ta Work!
MEN
Engineers
Designers
Draftsmen
Administrative
Accountants
Clerical
GIRLS
Secretaries
Bookkeepers
Typists
Accounting Clerks
Stenographers
Comptometer
Clerical
Figure Clerk
At
NO CHARGE
To You, Our Placement Man
agers Will Help You Secure
a Position!
Visit Our East
Cleveland Branch
13S1S EUCLID AVE.
AT SUPERIOR
Open Monday thru Friday
8:30 to 5:30 Tuesday
Evenings to 7:30
HELP WANTED
Situation Wanted
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BY
PHONE 75c MINIMUM. CASH
WITH ADVERTISEMENT Me
MINIMUM. MUST BE IN OUR
OFFICE BEFORE NOON WED
NESDAY.
ODD jobs, I
faucets
uj vs, sash cords,
v .. shing, paper
____ __ Jaques, IV. 1- ~3.__
CU--u.J slip covers and u.apes
fabric bro it to your home, reason
able, no o^ugMIons. IV. 1-8292.___
LADIES alter: ms dresses, skirts,
kets, fo: als. drapes, in my home,
East U: i st., north of St. Ciair.
si t...g afternoons and evenings.
RE. 1-3786.
MARY Bingeils’ Curtain Laundry, lace,
linen tablecloths, napkins. 842 East
st., LI. 1-4
DI —AKING, _...rations. Call GL.
119.
BAbY sitting, retired nurse will do
baby sitting in your home, day or
1 it. 1-7138.
DE1.SSM....ING, alterations, draperies,
lamp shades recovered. 319 East 197th
st. KV 1-8449.
WASli. 'G and ironing done in my
home. RE. 1-5816.
CHILD care in my home for working
or shopping mothers. IV. 1-3666.
CHILD care in my home, part time or
full time. RE. 1-9394.
DI SMAKING and alterations. WI.
2 __81.
WASHING and ironing, specializing in
fine linens, crochet work and slip
covers, all done by hand. PO. 1-8367.
LADY would like cleaning jobs onlv,
experienced 58. Wednesdays or Fri
s. KE. 1-9140.
EXPERT laundry work done in my
own home. EV. 1-1659.
HI i school boy desires work after
s tol and Saturdays, Lake Shore
vicinity. RE. 1-3153.
WTT care for pre-school child or
in my home. MU. 1-3687.
BOOKKEEPER, part time, desires
work in Euclid. RE. 1 -4457.
HELP WANTED (FEMALE)
ACCURATE, rapid typist diversified
work in small, pleasant office near
Noble rd. permanent position, 5 dav
week, 8 hour day refined lady who
takes pride in neat, accurate work,
is prompt and dependable. Call UL.
1-4789 Wednesday afternoon or eve
ning November 25th or Monday, No
vember 30th.
SALAD GIRL
Nights Full or Part Time
Hourly Wags Uniforms and
Meals Furnished
Apply At
Smith's Restaurant
2230S Lak* Shor* Blvd.
HOUSEWIVES
OPENINGS
Stenographers
Typists
TEMPORARY, PART TIME
Work 1 to 5 days per week as you
preier. High hourly rate. Immedi
ate openings no waiting for inter
views.
Manpower Inc.
OF OHIO
East Side Office
1008 East 152nd Street
near 5 Points
MUlberry 1-0037
Downtown (782 The Arcade)
HELP WANTED
WILL train s limited number of men
and women for Real Estate License
only those who are interested to de
vote full time to this interesting
field should apply for preliminary
interview. Call Mr. Page, Page Real
ty, 455 East 200th st. KE. 1-1030.
$400 Monthly
Spare Time
W* will s*l*ct a reliable person in
this area to distribute our amazing
new product. This is an exclusive
distributorship that will earn up to
$400 monthly spar* time with po
tential unlimited working on a full
time basis. Reference* and $520
working capital required to secure
stock that will return $910. For In
terview, writ* name, address, age
and phone number to Room 820,
Royal Union Building, Dee Moines,
Iowa.
HELP WANTED
SERVICE PERSONNEL
16360 Euclid Ave. at Ivanhoe ULster 1-5252
For Prompt Referral To Best East Side Concerns
See DOROTHY THOMAS or HELEN VAN
MEN
Sale* engineer................. ........... $400
Metal! 1st, foundry ...
Drafts:__
ji, design
...........$450
jig*
and fixture*.................
Draftsmen, diversified.
...to $750
many.............................. ... to $550
Accountant, general .... ........... $400
Jr. Accountant................. ... .to 1 5
Cost clerk .......................... ........... U.5
Timekeeper, 2nd ............. ........... $375
Timekeeper 1st............... ........... S300
Shipping derk ................. ........... roo5
Inventory derk, train ... ........... 1 5
Order derk .train ........... ........... $242
Messenger boy................. r**)
Lab trainee, high school ...........
Lathe operator* ............. $2004225
Milling machine, S3 hr*. ........ $1.95
Precision grinder* ........... .... Open
Punch pre**..................... ........$1.80
Guard, to 60 year*..... $1.40
Machine trainee* .. $1.25-$1.50
Other openings in every field
WOMEN
Executive secretary, east to $325
Secretaries, east, town $2604300
Jr. secretaries, light
•u—“—nd.......................
$2254’en
Boc »r. machine ... .......... 1 1
$260
$260
$245
$240
$220
$225
$216
$222
$220
Assistant bookkeeper.........
Comptometer ........ ..............
General office type ..........
One-girl office, E. Cleve.
PBX, no typing.....................
Poeting clerk, no typing
General clerical, no typing
Messenger girl.....................
File clerk, east.....................
FUe clerk, town...................
Order clerk, no typing ....
Mail girl.......................
Punch press................
Assemblers ................
Packer .........................
General cafeteria
Housekeeper .. Room, Board+$175
... $222
... $200
... $190
.. $1.52
.. .$1.40
$1.16
$ .90-$ 1.25
Many other opening for
qualified workers
Excellent rates for experienced
Machine Operators
Open1"'’! for /"nrentice
Mi in* Op ttors
For Information About These and
Other Listings
Call UL. 1-5252
Job Openings for Qu-f’lfied Trainees
in Every 1
A Few ot Our Many Listing*
Call UL 1-5252 9 AM to 5 PM
Call EV. 1-7420 Evening* and Sunday*
Open Evening* by Appointment Also
Saturday 9:30 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Employment Sereice Is Our Business
Call UL 1-5252 lor Information On Our Many Other Listings
SELF WANTED (FEMALE)
EAST Side housewives, we have cus
tomers waiting in every vicinity for
Avon service, excellent oppo-4vnity
to earn for Christmas, no exp nee
necessary, start today. CH.
CORNELL'S
Employment Service
21$ Lincoln Bldg.
East 6th at St. Clair Avs.
MA. 1-6293 CH. 1-1015
Many extremely interesting and
varied office positions available. We
know we can place you in a posi
tion you want. Many positions. NO
FEE. Evening appointments gladly
arran 1. Call us for appointment—
or be ... still, drop in to see us.
STENOGRAPHER
Resident of Northeast
Suburban Are Preferred
Experienced and Accurate
on Dictation
5 DAY WEEK
HOURLY RATE
The Austin Co.
16112 Euclid Avenue
Mr. Geiger GL 1-5400
Stenographer
For Personnel Dept.
Day Shift Salary
Apply At Our
Employment Office
8 A.M. to 4:30 PM,
Monday through Friday
FISHER
BODY
(Euclid Plant)
Division of
General Motors Corporation
20001 EUCLID AVENUE
EUCLID, OHIO
Accounting
Operator
2nd shift, 4:30 P. M. to 1 A. M.
Apply at Our Employment
Office
8 A. M. to 4:30 P. M.
Monday through Friday
Fisher Body
(Euclid Plant)
Division of
General Motor* Corporation
20001 Euclid Avenue
Euclid, Ohio
HELP WANTED
Ch.E.'* ......................$600047200+
Foreman, machine shop, 2nd
shift ................................$5520
Foret i, maintem *, licensed
enc,_ jer to 45 5_■* .... $6000 up
E.E., motor control, light elec
tronics, west side........ $5200 up
Purchasing Trainee, chemistry
background .................. to $4800
Production Control Trainee $300 up
Inspector, Euclid ............. $1.5042.00
SALES
Sale* Mgr., national industrial
exp. .......................... to $11,0004
Industrial Sales, civil engineering
de 1 or co: ble knowli e
of 1___structio_____ _____ $48__ ap
Sales, experienced industrial, to
35 year*......................... to $6000
Sales, contract sale* dept., know
manufacturing ...............$5400
Sales, varied exp., contacting
top ex—-fives .. ........ $7200
Sales Tn »es, several, varied
field* ....................start $300-2350
Sale* hemical background, exp.
or train ...................to $7200
Inspector, chemical, some
travel..................................to $400
COMMERCIAL
Credit Mgr., office super r,
industrial exp........$. __3-$l 1.400
Accountant, C.P.A.. over 40,
travel ........................ I 00 4-exp.
Accountant, cost exp., de^.ee,
25-30 years....................... to $400
Treasury Dept Trainees ... $300+
Ps-------- Ri----- and Exp*—*
130+
........ $300
goc re
Analyst, cost reduction
Interviewing Hour* 9 A.
Fags Nina
HELP WANTED (FEMALE)
FREE—rr* your Christ-‘I t—«■ free
have y party in y ov home
c--‘- T~'-ers Cc— r. 1-0*96
-1 v.' and co ti *or
ex lent e and de stairs.
i—_er 50, re__ enoes,
^L&ANlriG woman, *-11 a- Uv*
daya a week or all day Fr
•, s e i ., n
1th i Li-■ Sh E.
a. w in to
and ho__^work ...
for good home, small salary. KE.
1-4ma._____________________
COS TICS and cigar clerk for leed
ing hts drag
ing itions am ton
count. YE. 2-6800.
wc
iy.
y». $1
East
117.
HELP WANTED (MALE)
MAN for sales, stock and delivery.
in person. 805 ^--f st.
'f to work at Ridtnu ',cac- y. no
experience necessary, live In bunk
house, small salary, board furnished.
This is a good home for man on
pension. Chardon 5-5225 after 5 pm.
or write Shepperd's Riding Acad
emy, R. D. 3, Chardon, Ohio.
Milling Machine
Operator
For Tool Room, 1st Shift
ROTOR TOOL CO
26300 Lakeland Blvd.
DRAFTSMAN
Tool Design
Apply
ROTOR TOOL Co
20300 Lakeland Blvd.
Licensed
FIREMAN
For Detroit Rotor Stoker Fired Heat
ing Boilers. 3-11 p. m. shift. Hourly
rate plus premium.
Republie
Steel Corp.
(Steel A Tubes Div.)
224 East 131st Street
Glenville 1-2700
Ext. 24$
Toolmakers
Machinists
Milling Machine
Lathe Operator
Interesting work for higi
ly skilled men. Perma
nent. Excellent wages.
Paid Holiday*. No Lay
offs.
Interview*
8:30 A.M. 5 P.M. Daily
Saturday*
8:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M.
H. & R. Mfg
Co.
22080 St Clair Ave.
HELP WANTED
Euclid Employment Service
"Euclid's First Employment Service"
Specialising in Executive. Technical. CoxuserciaL Medical and Sain* Fields
21930 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwoed 1-9100
TECHNICAL
Metallurgist, production, 3-4 years
experience, Euclid.............$6000
Ch.E., production, supervise,
3-5 years .............................cn00
Chemists, rubber compound .. 00
Sale* Engineer*, M.E.'«, E.E.'s,
Accountant, receivable*,
payable* ................. $3004350
Ass't. to bank mgr., excellent
future............................. $3004325
Production Scheduling, standard*
dept .......................... $260-2345
FEMALE
COMMERCIAL
Executive Secretary, technical $325
Secretary to Sale* Mgr................$325
Secretary-Engineering, no fee $275
Secretary, industrial relations,
no fee........................... $265
Account* Receivable, type,
no fee ..................... $250
Ty will train on Book
1 ping Machine ........
Comptometer Operator.............
PR.X.-Clerical (2), young, good
operator* ........ to
Cost Clerk, use Calculator
File Clerk, no typing..........
Receptionist, typo, light short
hand, Euclid............................Open
TECHNICAL:
S245
$250
$250
$235
$222
Research, X-Ray Detractions,
B.S., no fee.......................$300
Lab. Assistant, experienced,
no fee............................... $275
Asst. Dietician, colleg grad. $265
Temporary or Part Time
aphers and
Good Hourly Rates
MEDICAL
Dr.’s Receptionist, 1:00-5:00 p.
will train .............................. Open
Dr.'s I Assist, light clerical.
9:00 0, 5’zz__/*.........start $175
Registered Nurse, industry, good
it, 5 days..................... Open
R*,_.sr*d Nurses, Labor Room
and Nursery........................$245
R« -----Technician,Lab.
rch,
ige chr— ............................$250
Hoi
3:30-12:00
cd Adn ng Officer,
.stoat $150
FEE BASED ONLY ON
FIRST MONTH'S SALARY
Monday thru Friday
M. 3 P. M. after 8 P. M»
and Evening* by Appointment Only
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